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JPa Aara Wo Exclusive Control of
A4om't cjfr a rrfrff fa teff fAj
Goat, for its th3TAD. trgCaMAoUs
CHE AND ONE HALF POUNDS.
IT. IN", wol-ott,
Tombstone, A. T.
Cor. 5th and Fremont Sis,
0E HOEFLER - PROW.
" General Merchandise.
MINERS' and RANCHERS
Supplies a Specialty
CAOEST rOU IMfUOVKD
AnJ the Olebra'ed
TENTS. OUS COVSBs.
Fresh Garden Flowers and Field
Seed Constantly op Hand.
Fremont, bel. 3rd & 4th.
FRANK B. AUSTIN Propriet t
Staple and Fancy
Choice Brands of
Grain of all Kinds
Kipt Con.lirtlj oo Hind nd
SOLD AT LOWEST PRICES
OOO.UOtlT OB HD 1111
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u a, BJev.'Hgl lnUWM
ri -. Custom House Broker.
DAYS STRICT ATTENTION TO
1 all matters connected with the
Mexican custom house. I respon
sible for all fines imposed by the Mex
ican government, but not for duties
that the custom officers neglect to
'charge. All business connected with
the Mexican custom house attended
to with nerlness and dispatch.
jLIIpaperM and document gittn immed
iate attention at very rtatortable
j in the evening or sweats at ni;l.t, all
ifoalBa. am Pfdn. Fonsra, Mer.,or "yf the8e lUi,,8 are ,he ,fi"t
'stages of consumpMon. Dr. Ackers
VrHn.-- Cheap. English Cough Remedy will cure these
- One buc board, one op-n bngey fearful symptoms, and U sold under a
one 50 m! new donbl erne itddU positive gaaraatee by J. Yoaje,
.tQWiS. KobUr'i.? ProgsUt,
TOMBSTONE. Ri&Q&? SATUK
Both tlio method and results -wLcn
Sjmp of Fijjs is taken; it is pleasant
aiid rcfresLing to tlio teste, aid acts
cent! yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Jlowcls, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispel? colds, lead-
aches and fcrera and cr.ics LaLitualt
constipation rcnnanenUv". For Bale
in 50o and $1 bottles hy all drugisti
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAM fSAeCtSCO, CAL
mastitis, a. Kztr rrcj; .r.
One Performance Only !
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28.
- ?AMOtT3 -
3IT 3V S mi.13 1-.S5 .
Composed of Strirtlr First-cliss Artists ia a
Refined and Aniiuc Projranuue of
!Referved seats at the Willows.
Now open at
MINING EXCHANGE HALL
3JO'lAY AND AVKDXKSDAY
WEDXfcSDAY & SATUKDAY
f AITEKXOOX'S. " .
Wednesday Frem 4 to 6
naauiiiy From 2 to .30.
Pritate Li9nsatji&aonabk Rata
Keguljr Pncei for ,Geat!e.seti 7- cents p
l-eiio. Ladies Free 03 Class Sights.
Soiree Every Saturday Night
WALSH &. HAWKE.
If gray, gradually restores color;
elegant tonic dressing, 50c,$l,Drne-
gists, or$l size prepaid by express for
?I. E. 8. Wells.- Jersey City. JiUUUH
ONTOOTHACHE. Instant relief. 15c
Just received a new Invoice- ol
Choice old Port, Five year oU Zinfan
del, Sherry and Angelica wines. Also
finest brands of fam-'y lirtnor at
t bat Terrible t'aagh.
In the morning, liuiried or difficult
breathing, raiting phlegm, iightiief
in thechest, quickened pulse.chillners
The Ite-no Gazette protests ftgai
Dr. Bishop' boys using eggs to
the asylum patients with, when
are worth four bits a dozen, and would
sucgest that they use potatoes, for
which the Elate is only paying twelve
and a half ceuts per 100 pound
city states t he-
con tain immense quantities of salts of
soda, and that many people are em
ployed daily in its extraction. It has
been calculated, says our contempora
ry, that these 8ilti arc worth at leist
three hundred millions of dollar.-;, as
distributed around on the surface; and
that this amount will be increased to
one thousand five hundred millions of
dollars, by excavating the bed of the
lalea to a depth of five or six meters.
Where these calculations have been
obtained, wc are not told, but if they
oin be substantiated, who then will
venture to say there are no nches right
at oar very doors? Two
City of Mexico.
A PbrMriaoV Opinion
Dr. A. M. Siuuldi.no, of Grjml Rap
ids, Miob.., mj: "I prescribe Hib
bard'a Rheumatic Syrup in mj pr.ic
tico and unbesita iogly recommend it.
It operates npon tho liver, kidneys and
bowels, destroying the poison in the
blood atsd tissues. It is a grand tonic
and appetizer, and for a diseased stom
ach or dyspepsia has no iqnal," I'or
11 by J. Yon e
From a review of real estate opera
tions in Maricopa county, just pre
pared by B. A. Fickai, it appears that
during theyt-ar 1SD0 there were 213 en
tries of Government land, aggregating
53,423-51 acres. Fully 30 per cent of tho
final receipts and patents are unre
corded which added to the above,
make a total over 55,000 acres entered
and proven on during one year.
Custom Mouse Broker.
San Pdro, Paloniina?, Soaora, Meiia;.
TOMB -.TONE OFFICE:
119, Fourth St., Lgl Row.
General 3Ierch:intlise Stoic
Liver 3:tbb, It Mil t-
- rant and Lodgings.
FOR SALE One 30 horse power
upright steam boiler, as good ai"ncw.
One steam pump.
Lot of work horses and mules, all
at reasonable rates.
All Brokerage Effected at Lowest Hates.
For tea-Cold Ber
ST THE LOUIS BEER HliL
A5HXUSER BUSCH BSMTING ASSO
CIATION, OF ST. LOUIS"
Wholesale and Retail.
Applft. MAHrlS COST LJ.
DAY EVENING, JANLTaKV 24, 1891
tIs rltictl Sa-llerx.
following is a lift of letters re
g in tho general delivery at
"vmbstone poatolfice for the week
ending Jan. 24, 1S91:
Anderson, J C liulotti, A
Iiurris, John F Davis, Miss Bell
Eutftr. Wealey Jf.trner, Harry
?va'rd. X B 3 Lowrcv. M rs V
Livingstone. Mrs M Smith Miss Edith
o,ni, p t o
Stah, EL2 Scoville. James I 3
Elixirs, A II
Parties calling for any of the a'-ove
letters, will please gay "advertised'
and give date.
V. A. IIabwood, P. M.
iox-1111; ix TRK ilurKK.
"Rough on Rat." Clears out rats,
mice, roaches. ROUGH on WORMS.
Sn.e. Sure Cure. 23c. ROUGH ON
TOOTHACHE. Instant relief. 15c.
A bill to prevent the sale of firearms
and ammunition to the Indiana was
introduced in the Senate by Mr.
Sanders. A nen.iltv of imnri.onment
I for n0, nl0rc tjmn jjj nionihs and a
fine of $500 is provided for violations
of the provisions of the bill. A proviso
is appended that it shall be a defense
for a defendant in any prosecution
under the provisions of tho bill to
show that the Indian to whom firearms
or ammution were given had at the
time of the enle severed his tribal re
lation and adopted the habiU of civi
turklrn4 Antlra Halve
Titc Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Brnifce. Sores. Ulcers, SH
Rheum, Fever Sores, Chapped Haods,
Chilblaint, Corns, and all skin Erup
t!oa,and positively cures Piles, or no
pty rcqnired. It is guaranteed to fjivo
perfect siiisNction. or money refund
ed. Price i.5 lents pjr box. Fcr tale
by J. Yoiikb.
Queer siuri s comu from Kanme in4
regard to the alliance leg'slators. One
of these reformers who will h.ij a
vote in the election of a United Stale
ieu.ttor has furnUhed to tho frhm is "I
Mr. Ingalls a schedule of his debit.
He itemized the account, ehows irh.il
the mortgage is on his farm, what In
owes on machinal y and how he stands
at the store. The ?chednle foots up
rtliout -?l.GO0. The way in which the
interesting document i. sai-I to June
reached Sir. Ingulfs manigers is
strikingly suggestive. Overtures have
already been mide by one of the
alliance candid itcs for the senator.thip
to turn rverhi- strength to .Mr. Ingall
at the proper time.
Host lo l:rl j our (Jienlloii .
Almost every day wo feel the un
plir.Hant sensations of indigestion.
Try AIIcc's Porous Plasters and Iks
relieved. J. F. J)avenport, of Canar
sir. New York, writes:
"I have been very much troubled,
with a Mo'en; piiin below my chest
bone. I was told by several physicians
that it w.-s rheumatism of the dia
phragm. It resulted from cold and
exposure. J liau very little appetite
and digested my food with groat diili
rnlty. I plxced 0110 AllcockV Porous
Plaster Itelow the breast bone and two
on each side. In ttie course of twentr-
four hours all pain ceased, anil I wa
able to eat and digest a good squari
meal, something I had not done lcfor
in two weeks. I got better coiiManlly
and the end of seven days found my
self entirely wMl. Since then I havt
usetl Alleook's Porous Plasters for
colds, coughs and pains in my side, and
I have always found them quick and
;ill.'.jr 't Itheaxn-iHr and L.lver l'i Ik
I tie-o i-ilN am setentiScilly com
ponadetl and uniform in notion. N
gripinc pain bo omiio.ily fol'.owiBg
be uef psll. They aio adapted lo
both adtitts aod obildren with , CI fee
afoty. We Kli'anten they have no
qnal in tbe care of Siek lioiducbe,
Coostipstien, DjBepsu an fli'ioiis-
a; and as an a m- iz they e ce
aoj oth-r preparation.
1 ... 1
to run . cofMiit.
For Coughs, Col Is. Hoarseness, Pore
Throat, 25a. ROUGH ON TOOTH
AOIIE. Instant Relief. 15c. ROUGH
I Subscribe for tbe Pao.sPECTja
News ofTiiiportance From al'
Parts;Tof the WorI(f
Ana Condensed Into Facts
SPECIAL DierATCHSS TO PBOePECTOI..
In New Yoik to-dav silver was
quoted at if 1.04 , lead, $4.05 ; and cop
San Antonio Texas. General James
Longstrcet is quite ill at a hotel in
this city. He is suffering from a
wound received in the rebellion.
Omiia, Nkb., The run on the
South Omaha branch of the Nebraska
Savings Banic continued two hours this
morning, and as depositors were paid
in full, confidence was restored and
the run ceased.
Nf.w Yosk. Surrogate Rankin de
cided that tho marriage of Eva L.
Hamilton to Robert Ray Hamilton
was void anu that Kva is the wife of
Joshua Mann still.
IVlso Texas. News reached
city yesterday stating that
orders have arrived from the war de
partment lor the fifth infantry lo re
main in Texas. This regiment ha-
been under arms and prepared to s
to Dakota for two months, having left
their pols in the States and 'arnped
Kaksas City. The run on the Kan
sas City Bafe l)eiosit and Sax fug bank
cdtised bv its uccupwng quarters in
ItiosAiiio ImiHing i'h the American
National bnnk, nhich suspended last
Monday, ended at 10 o'clock thi
morning. Since mond&y tbe savinjr
bank has paid out -f 150,000 to deposit
ors and wero prepared to pay the full
amounts'6f depositors ?9O0,0C0.
New York The severe winter
weather that New York has been ex
periencing for some weeks, has stimu
lated in a marked degreo the move
mcn'3 of tourists to the various winter
resorts of the United Suites it id else
where. Should the present weather
continue thre is no doubt that the
next few weeks will seo one of the
moitremarkable movementsof tourists
that New York has ever noted.
Pi.ne Rime, S. I. The review of
the troops in the field took place this
morning 3t 11 o'clock, four miles from
the agency. The column was led by
the Ogallala scouts under Lieutenant
Taylor, of the Ninth cavalry. The in
fantry followed tinder command of
Col. Wheaton of the Second artillery.
Tho artillery under Captain Capron,
and the Cavalry under Genera! Carr,
of the Sixth. The review was held by
General Miles, who was attended by
his staff. The column marched past
the commanding general in company
front. After the review of the military
there was a display of the transporta
tion department of the army. There
were three thousand men and three
thousand and seventy horses in line.
I'liEXix. Both branches of the legis
lature met at 1 r. ji. today. Tho
Conneil passed a bill abolishing Ihe
office of Commissioner of Immigra-
Highest of all In Leavening Power.
Rfe m W f -
tion unanimously, also a bill requiring
tho auditor and treasurer to reside at
the Territorial Capitol. In the House
Farich introduced a bill to abolish
ihe ollice of Superintendent of Public
Instruction. Cha'mers introduced a
bill authorizing school districts lo
issue bonds. Farish introduced a bill
requiting $100 worth of work on a
mine before recording tho certificate
of location. They nil passed to en
grossment. In tho Council Vickcrs of
Cochi.e introduced a bill calling a
constitutional convention. Baldwin
introduced a bill respecting frauds and
fraudulent conveyances. Hernden
presented a bill for the maintenance of
ALBI-O.UERQDE. Ed. S. Hanson, of
Mineral Park, Arizona, gives the in
formation that the Wallapat Indiana
have the Messiah craze and are holding
ghost dances day and night. Mr.
Hanson says- it looks like the fool
Indians intend to create an outbreak,
and they say they w;ll keep up tho
dances until spring if the tribe holds
out. Several of the Indians have al
ready died from exhaustion dancing
until they drop dead. A meetiug of
the citizens was I.c!d tlitre t' e other
day and it was decided to call on the
governor for arms and ammunition.
Later information from Mineral Park
is to the effect that the officer, acting
under orders from the governor of Ari
zona, have suppressed the dances. The
Wallnpais are a poor tribe of Indians
and are rapidly dying off. It will only
be a few years until the whole Walla
pai tribe will be swept from the earth
by loathsome diseases that are now
depleting their ranks at a rapid pace.
We should like to give a
new chimney for every one
that breaks in use.
We sell to the wholesale
dealer; he to the retail dealer;
and he to you.
It is a little awkward to
guarantee our chimneys at
three removes from you.
We'll give you this hint.
Not one in a hundred breaks
from heat; there is almost no
risk in guaranteeing them.
Talk with your dealer about it.
It would be a good advertise
ment for him.
'Pearl top' and 'pearl glass,'
our trade-marks tough glass
Ceo. a. iLncumi X Co.
'I'tic l'irt Sj-iiiptoni ofDralli.
Tired feeling, dull headache, pain
n various parts of the body, sinking
at the pit of the stomach, loss of appe
tite, feverishness, pimples or sores, aro
all positive evidence of poisoned
blood. Xo matter how it became pois
oned it must be purified to avoid
death. Dr. Acker's English Blood El
ixir has never failed to remove scro
fulous or syphilitic poison. Sold un
der a positive guarrantre.
M. G. Crowley is in from Turquoi 8
He is erecting a new building which
will be ready for occupancy very soon.
The recent rind made near that camp
is being worked by those who have
claims, the ore of which lays nil over the
top of the ground and is being sacked
prior to shipment. Thus far no ledge
has been struck although time will
with work discover its location.
It is possible that the Tom Scott, Si
Bryant's claim will close down tempo
rarily, awaiting the pleasure of the
smelters to handle the ore. Nearly all
of the smelters in the south west are
choked with ore and refuse to handle
or buy any more at present.
Sub-ji ribe for the FnosrECTOR.
tf. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1885