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TOMBSTONE DAILY PKOSPECTOK, SATURDAY EVEMNU. JANUARY 24, 189j:
JMBY. - - - 24. 1691.
ir'xeaii ic Nouthrmnern R. It
Bubo 7.00 r at Fairbank 9.00 a.m.
rairbank 10.00 a. m. Bisbee 12.30 n'n
Daily, ezeept Sunday.
. Bkx Williams, Supt.
All pork sausage at Trjbolet's.
Clarence Coffman is improving
Guy Powell left today for a visit to
his sister at Fort Worth.
G.Nardini returned yesterday from
a fornighu visit at Turquois.
KaU sold below cost at Eucber
Gres furniture store. 1 20 lm
Ben Williams came over from Ei
bee this noon and returned late this
A consignment of onion setts and
Jerusalem artichokes just received by
Jos. Hoefler. jan,24tf
Mrs. C.h. Fly left for Bisboe today.
She will remain a few day with Air.
Fly who bas junt moved his gallery
there from Huachuca.
Captain Leet an old Pacific coaster
is visiting Tombstone. He is the
owner of the Nichols mine and will
possibly start that long idle prop
erty up again.
Furnished rooms to rent at Mr.
Eccleston's, corner of Fourth and
Bruce streets, iuiet neighborhood and
pleasant surroundings: By the day,
weak or month, at reasonable rate, tf.
A special to the Star from Bowie
says: Scouts trailed Massey the
escaped Cbircahua from Smith's four
days. He discovered them while try
ing to surround his camp and escaped
into the rocks on foot. They captured
and burned all his belonging?.
C. S. Hine has come in from his
Swishelm mine and reports a most
favorable outlook. Four men are nt
work and about IC tons of ore are
ready to ship that will return $100 in
silver and 30 per cent lead per ton.
Wasted. A. chance in a life time
for men with capital and active men
without capital to secure a very plcas
antand profitable business. No drones
or curiosity seekers need apply. Ad
dress with 2 cent stamp, Consolidated
Adjustable Shoe Company, Salem,
Rev. C. R. Nugent will preach in
the Presbyterian church, to-morrow,
Sunday, Jan. 25th, 1S91. Morning
subject "How to find out that ths
Christian Religion is true," text John,
chapter seven, verse seventeen. Eve
ningsubject.'Terel," text Daniel, chap
ter five, verse 27.
The Reverend L. D. Mansfield "ill
officiate at Su Paul's church to morrow
at 11 o'clock A. M. and 7 P. M. and
will preach in the morning on "The
Epiphany its history and import;" in
the evening, on the questions: "Is
crime contagious? If nut, how shall
we explain epidemics of crime?
The city recorder hail a full court
room this afternoon at the trial of T
Boy n ton for alleged assault on A.
Aaron. The trouble arose from Mr.
Aaron asking Mr. Boynton for $i 50
which he claimed was due him. The
latter after a short parley of worJs
track Mr. Aar in and the latter had
hiai arrest! for as-uulL. A jury
wrestled with the case ne uly all of the
afternoon and brought ii no verdict
Buy your leaf lard 12J cents per
pound at Tojbouet's.
Indian . Indian.
Mr. D. IJ. Dillon, who returned re
cently from Cataract mining district,
reports that the Supai Indians have
been driven out of their hunting
ground in the Coconino Forest by
the Navajoes, who came into that
country with 50,000 head of sheep and
ordcreJ the Supais to "get back into
their hole in the ground, that they
had no business on top ground any
how" This works qui tea hardship on
the Supai. who have lived heretofore
in Coconino Forest during the winter
season, where there is abundance of
game, feed for animals and wood. Du
ring winter there is not surncienl feed
for animals, aud but little wood in
The Navajos also threaten to come
down and "clean out" the Supais'
crops. Prescott Courier.
Peter Jones, Chicago; John Chase,
J. P. Cochran, ranche, L. JL Hen
nan, New York; T. J. Whiteranche.
Ths facilities of the preaent day for
the production of everything that will
conduce to the material weltara and
comfort of mankind are almost unlim
ited, and when Syrnp of Fil;s was first
produced the world was enriched with
the only perfect laxative known, as it
u the only remedy which is trnly
placing and refreshing to the last
aud prompt and effectul to cleanse the
Ts'eni Rrntly in tue Spring tims or.
in fact, at any time, and the better it is
known lb mora popular it b-come-.
At an adjourned regular meeting
held ThurMlav, Jan. 22, a full board
present. Warrants were ordered
drawn for $1G .15 in favor of the C. H.
& T. Co. ; in favor of S. Hills for $9.50
and F. Yaple for 55 cents. $1C DO
was ordered transferred from the
general to the building fund. The
license committee nslcd furtlur time
to act upon certain matters. C. D.
Gage appeared before the council and
a-ked for the lease of suflicient ground
at the water works to get to their ice
norks which are located upon the
ground. Councilman Smith offered a
resolution granting the right of way
for ?2 50 per year. The Mayor ruled
the reK)lutioii out of order on account
of a lease already being held by Haslcr
&. Watt. Councilman Smith appealed
from the decision of the chair. This
appeal was ignored and a vote being
taken on the resolution resulted in a
tie vote. Smith anil Hare voting aye
and Fuss and Pxindiville voting no;
the Major cast his vote no and the
resolution was defeated. At the sug
gestion of Chief Kyan the Council de
clared the firing of small rifles by
boys inside the city limits a nuisance.
The question of the lease and the pro
posals for hids for the City Water
Works was referred to the committee
Aollce Enclnr companjAo. I.
All members are requested to attend
regular monthly meeting at Engine
bouse Sunday Jan. 25th 1891. By
order. Geo Xoddin, foreman.
An opinion of more thau ordinary
interest toArizonans has jut lien
handed down from the Supremejptt'
of tne United States. I Vwa an appeal
-'rTTi the supreme court of Utah. The
question involved in this suit was
whether or not a son oy a polygarnoim
marriage has the right of inheritance
from hi lather it b--ing elaiined that
he wa. auillegi imate child, ami there
lure not eiimietl i a -mare us the H-
tri'iulion of hi lather' estate. rh
court in it opiuifi Ii .U thai the eoo
hj a plyg itii'i in irrti,;- did hate
till-ri -lit mid rrverse lint jl liil-n'
of the territorial court. The court
disc-ts'ed the Elm utds an I the Ed
nvtnds-Tucker anti-polygamy cct,and
sid tne Utter act declared legi
timate all children of Mormon pirenus
born within less than twelve months
from its paage. The object, the court
said, wan to make these iinfortuuate
children an especial object of care, and
to make the parents relinquish poly
gamy by fixing period until after
which their offspring should b legiti
mate. Beef by the quarter, 4 cents per
pound at TkiobletV.
la. alluding to the copper deposits
of South Eastern Arizona and New
Mexico the Denver Republican rays:
'Some day an enormous amount of
capital Hill be invested iu the develop
ment of copper mines in New Mexico
and Ariionn. The wealth of the
South West in copper is very far from
being confined to one district, In
Southwestern Arizona there are vast
deposits of copper, some of nhich is al
mot pure. When the demand for
copper becomes great enough for the
development of there deposits, the out
put of the Southwest in that metal
till make New Mexico and Arizona
rank with Lake Superior county cop
Mr. James Lambert, of New Bruns
wick, Illinois, says: "I was badly of
tlicted with rheumatism iu the hips
and legs, when I bought a bottle of
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It cured
me in three days. I am all right to
day and would insist on oery one,
who is afflicted with that terrible dis
ease, to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm
and get well at once." For sale by
H, J. Peto, Druggist.
The following instruments were
file! in the recorder's office since
3 p. m. yesterday :
Of H E Penny as Justice of Peace at
Raymond mining claim, Warren
district J C Chisholm, R P Stevens.
Iluppr 1 1 one I era.
Wm. Timmons, Postmaster of Ida
ville, Indiana, write: "Electric Hit
ters has done more for me than all
other medicine combined, from that
had feeling arising from Kidney and
Liver troubles. John Leslie, farmer
and stockman, of same place, says:
"Find Electric Bitters to he tiie best
Kidney and Liver medicine, made me
feel litea new man." J. W, Gardner,
hardware merchant, same town, says:
"Electric Bitters is just the thing for
a man who is all run down and don't
care whether he lives or dies ; he found
new etresnglh, new appetite and felt
jut like he had a new lease on life.
Only 50c a bottle, at J. Younge's drug
store. The Chinee population of Tomb
stone has been in an excited state of
mind over the arrest of one of their
number a few days ago for pulling a
gun. A jury was summoned yesterday
to try him, but the looks of the twelie
men frightened him into rating his
fine and costs.
Judge Reilly came hack from Phr
nix today. The alfal'a has had the
effect of making him fitchy. Judge
Kibby arrived in Plienix Thursday
and took his scat again on the lcncli.
N. decisions of interest have been
rendered. The court expects to clear
up the wotk before it by next Satur
day. Gorton's Minstrels came, saw and
conquered Misoula. It is the clever
est small organization of the kind in
the United States. The band is ex
cellent and on the stage each perfor
mer is an artist. The Turkish patrol
aud sexette clog arc enough to satisfy
the longing after novelties, but the
whole bill presented last night was
far superior to the aver "nn-trcl
nerIormanr.ivrT..i.i r.. n.;i..
r".t v" o iccin '
The Kansas City Times advocate
free coinage of silver and wants Cleve
land for President. The Topeka Capi
tal wants tbe same yet woul I be satis
fied to see Harrijon re-elected. Both
Cleveland anil Harrumi are creature
of the gold hug anJ niouc) lender
of the et and would vco any free
coinage bill paed by Oinre-s. Itoih
papers .ire v-ry ili'lmnes', or very in-con-i
jlest: -Oaiette, Srninton, Kau !.
ICRIIAKK Hl.H ItKSClia
Mr. Michael Curtain. Plaiurield,
III., makes the statement that she
caught cold, which settled on her
lungs; she was treated lor a month
by her family phyMcian, but grew
worse. He told her idle was a hopless
victim of consumption aud 'that no
medicine could cure her ILtr drug
gist suggested Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption; she bought a
lttle and to her delight found herself
l-eiiefitted from first (Into. She con
tinued its use and aflor taking ten
bottles, found h-rself well, and nojr
does her own housework and is as well
as she ever wa Free trial bottles of
this Qreat Discovery at Yi mee's Drue
Store, large bottles 60c and 41.
Nntiv i or alfa'a bay by the tr n
loose or baled Bt Sydow'u. n!2'f
Ifyott like spare ribs, buy them
Choice Eastern Dried Apples and
Dried lJaspberrir at Wolcott'.7-l'J tl
Choice California cheeee and Hol
an.l Herring at Hoetler'. tf
J. II. While' Freeh Kauoh Butter
at WolcottV. 7-lS-tf
Fare to Ilislx-o via Engle's since lino
red need to $2.u0. n 1 1 .1
Crown Mills 'Flour, Fresh Buck
wheat and Graham Flour and Meals
just received at Hoeiler's.
Fresh garden and ilovter seeds. Ei
Paso onion reed and alfalfa nel at
G. E. Braly, the pioneer dairy man.
will deliver milk anywhere in tha city
at reasonable rates during the winter
Choice branas of batter and cbeoia
at Hoefler's the pioneer grocer, on Fre.
montand Fifth streets. n2
WANTED To lease a piano by the
month, either square or upright, by
responsible parties. Apply at this
office. 1 17-tf
Just arrived from the east, the fol
lowing articles: Cape Cod Cranberries,
Apples, Full Cream Cheese, Mince
Meat, Z.anto Currants, Sour Krout,
New Orleans Molassci, Boston Black
Molassses, at Hoeflkb's, 024-1
A carload of fat hogs received from
Tempe are now being placed on the
market at TRtnoiTs.
If you want fine straight whisky, of
the most celebrated brands, drop into
the pony Saloon and satisfy yourself
that this is true. The Pony also car
ries the finest brands of domestic an J
imported Brandies, Wines, Ale, Por
ters, and all kinds of liquors. Ice
Cold Drinks of all kinds a specialty.
Tho Carmen Key West Cigar is the
finest for the money to be had in Ari
zona. St, Louis Anheuser-Busch Lagur
Beer on draught at all times. No fav
orites. Come all.
Sirnjed r Stolen.
About September 20th one small
light bay mare with Mexican brand
on left hip; white star in forehead.
One bay horse 13 b.imlt high;
brand J on left shoulder -and pL, on
left hip. A reward of $10 for the for
mer nnd $5 for the latter. Lc.ive m
ornu'.Kin at this olliee. 12 iJ
roil arrnc i.ki a iiiiiucisf.
Use "Rough on Pain." Instant re
lief. 25 and 50:. ROUGH on CO UN'S.
Liquid, 15c Salve, 10c ROUGH on
WORMS." Safe, sure cure. 2ic
IIoI I'ur IH.l.ee I I
L. A. Engle is now running a fast
two-horse rig between Tombstone nd
Bisbee, leaving Tombstone at 7 :30 a.
m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
and Bisbee on alternate days, at tame
hour. Orders for passage or freight
to be left at store of Gto. 11. Pius
Tombstone. Office nt Dinbee at
Langsdorfs t .re. U2'2tf.
II nv id ; trtil it -iJaelxe
Who haaii'ts'idVre I iro'iiJiiiie?V? wt
all had ii ivbH tnrirr at i-ti d
JS iiavc it h'ib.i we viri70ikoiirise.e
at any age. fl nmiMuii, H-e-rjiaIv
knows, mddi tily. Hr Bring one of
AlIciMjk's Porous l'm-rrelt gmuawi)
nparly as ipii- My. K. !o.'-ser! No
536 Weet 56th a' reef. New York,nas:
"Ilisnitli j.le sure I write the- linee
in texiim -in to theptwemof All'oek'r
Poiirous Plasicrs. I have b-eH some,
whatannoyeil with serious pains in tny
sides, for which imverul medicines Im.e
tx'en precriheil, hut i lm kvhI, hHiI
thniiii;li the mlnceo' trii-n.l f trie! two
AllrocU's Piiroiw l'i-liir, an I thf
relief theV lltve jiveu lue teittf lin
fadtirr and atiilfilMg. To an n
annovwl with mih i1ih-- uter ari
a rertnin r.-io.-dv." - -
Here it is, and il (H4 he bill mwh
better than anythtnx wr cmld my :
"It gives me the greatest plaiMHrn t
write you in rftgard to OK.iwbriaii
Cjugh RbWv. f)'rin3 tli pa-'t
winter I hav roM mere o'lt thaa any
other kin 1, and have yet to find any
one. but wh tc w4 benofilted by taking
it, I have in. cr li.iJ any medicine in
my storr piat ,:t7 s-ieh universal sat
isfaotion." J, M. Boney, Druggist,
Getida Sprfi k; Kinsul. 50 cent bot
lUs for salii by If, J, !. Druggist.
Hnmjpi(rkeIlsHed to order
you, but it is true. These are the sure symptoms of this terrible disease. There
is one thing which will check it and that is
DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY.
It U raoommc4l by Ji bet pta jtdni In Enrol utd America.
- , &! a4 SI.OO per nIU.
W. H. HOOKER & CO., 46 West Broadway, New York.
TO BE OH EX AT
MINING EXCHANGE HALL
Doar Open at :s3a
Grand March 813(1.
)Ik llcmoTnt at 1 1 130
After Which Erarvbody Oan Dance,
No persons Vllowed on the Floor
Withont a Mask.'
Eaeh Lady Will Kectirt a Souienir.
AD3IISSI0X, - - ?1jo0
(Ailmittiiig gentleman &. Ladies.)
Walsh & Hawke.
McDonough & Mobile,
and Dili lt
Always in Stock.
ST. LOUIS BEER ON DRAUGHT
TUi Ir tb Fiit r. II ird Pulor oaik l U
To The Public I
I have Re-furnished and Rc-opened
SISBEE - HOUSE
JUSIIEE A. T.
ILL PEKSONS VISITING THE
CoppT Camp can find a miiet,
clean and pleasant
PLACE TO STOP.
Mi Minnie Davis has become in
terctcl nithtne in the house and
Eyervihing nood to Eat
Ami plenty of il will be the feature of
the new place. Respectfully,
MRS. J AS. HART
The finest trees ever offered for sale.
Most all bearing trees, three years old,
all kinds. Also Umbrella, Chinese
.Mulberry and Sweet Loeust. To flow
er lovers who make up a club I will
nell my ever-blooming totes by the
one hundred at $1 apiece, and Rive
you your choice. Abo Flowering
Shrubs and Greenhouse Plants of ull
kinds for sale at the old place, oomer
Fulton and Second streets, Tomb
Atone, Arizona, by
Anil ij$&s3&? x fe'arwi"Mil
You feci tired Do you know
wliat it menus? You are ner.
vous Why? You cough iu tko
morning Do you realize the cause?
Your appetite is poor Wliat makes
it so? You fceem like a changed
perbon to your friends Do you
know -what Is the matter, or baa
the change been bo gradual it baa
escaped your notice ?
'on hevo Consumption!
'a Jo not sar this to frighten
Bank of Tombstone
Capital - - SI00.000.
Go. HaacT .... rresiden
Geo. tl Cakrel .... Vice President
K. W. Wood Cashier
Will Transact a General Banking
Evcoange. Receive Deposits. CoHectloos oulfi.
Cor. Allen & Fifth St., Tombstone.
KlIKIK tMICIClHN, NTAPLB
aim r aaey iiroccriM,
o uij?, nvr and wooj
Kc- rnuTntlr od II nd SOLD AT LOWKS1'
1-rtlCEb. Coaitrj hri'Suee Bucjr tmudtoM
BISBEE, A. T
5IP.3 T. M. ENCLlSn. - . rropnetras
Everything New I
Every thine Clean I
Quiet Neighborhood !
Comfortable Beds I
Ventilation Perfect 1
Cool Rooms I
DON'T FORGET TO ASK FOR
WHEN YOU VISIT BISBEE
BISBEE, - A. T.
All Kinds of Ornamental Work exe
cuted on Short Notice.
Fresh Cakes &Pies
JACOB LANG, Prop.
BISBEE, - ARIZONA
Horses cared for by the day, week or
month. Turnouts of all kinds
EX LA RG ED, RENOVATED AND
brttrr than etrr yrrpared to eater to
the nerds of the -public.
J. W. ADAir, - - Proprietor
Alien St.. Kct. Gth aad 7ili
PASQTTALE NIGB0, PB0P.
Everyone knows that the Ttnett kiaJs ef
Arealwars kept at (alt Old Staxd.
Fill'a'-d r d Pool Tables
JVrop in . d Satisfy TootmU,
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