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We hare iho Exclusive Control of
Amddoa't Aars (a efe a prtn t) uH It.'J
BxX: fortUUtBlST AD. Crtrg Com oUm
USE AHD OXE HALF P0UKD&
lf jV. AVOLCTT,
Toinbslonc, A. T.
Cor. 5th and ireniont StsJ
'OE HOEFLER - PROP 'P.
MINERS" and RANCHERS
Supplies a Specialty-
EAUEXT FOR IMPROVED
And the Celebrated
sUntly on .Hand.
Fremont, bet. 3rd & 4th.
FRANK B. AUSTIN Propriety
Staple and Fancy
Choice Brands of
Grain of all Kinds
Kept CoBTvtlf on n&ad and
SOLD AT LOWEST PRICES
Jl. 3E .3L2l JCiJLna &
Coq.iitlT os Bud Jitll
McDonough & Nobile,
Always in Stock.
ST. LOUIS BEER ON DRAUGHT
JUi I U TSSUt BinUrd reiki Route f Irf
ijw T . I i
shim jt&ff&Ti mLmi&M "Efes
TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA.. TUESDAY JggEJaXG-., .JANUAKi: 27, 1891
T.-rf w A Nssax
Both tlio method and results -wW
Syrup cf Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refresLirs to the taste, and acts'
gently yet prmni tly on the Kidneys!
Liver and IJowels, cleanses the sys-
achca and fevers and cures habitual
coutiipation peimanently. i or sale1
I in 50c and $1 bottles by all druggists.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAM rXAKCISCC. UL
LOVlSYItU. XT. KVt TCZX. U.T.
One Ptrformance Only !
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28.
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M T IV rr 11 12 T K .
Composed or StrictlT Fint-clus ArtisU
Refiacd and Aiuux Pro;ramnic of
jdyKeferved seats at the Willows.
Now open at
MONDAY AXU WEDNESDAY
WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY
Wedneiday From 4 to 6
.satcruajr rrom a 10 4.30,
Private Ltteii at RtatanaUe Jialet.
RexnUr Prices for GsatSia j't cesu"
Iuoo. Ladies Free oa OasJ XililJ.
Soiree Every Saturday Night
WALSH Jt IIAWKE.
BISBEE, - ARIZONA
Horses cared for by the day, week or
month. Turnouts of all kinds
ENLARGED, P.ESOVATED AND
better thagfgvrepared to eater to
the neWtifif the public.
J. W. ADAM.
for Male Cheap.
One buck board, one open bugiy
one good as new doable cincb saddlf
At Geo. E.'Kobler'ji. '
Jas Tosting, ranch.
f hilip Domin, Souora.
Johu U. Duncan, Kansas City.
The Pbenix Herald has mistaken ay
recent account of ft killing by Indians
which appeared in the Prospector.
The idea conveyed was that the
scouts murdered Bridges and It obi n
son. The finding of a vest covered
until lilitnj! wliirli Ixtlnnrrptl In ann of
jjeut, Clark's" scouts cast suspicion up-
on them as being the murderers of the
two white men. In speaking of
scouts it would be well to understand
that they are Apaches and not white
ob Upton had an interest i)(
Yonge's drug store representing $1000
of his money.
Bank of Tombstone
Capital - - SIOO.OOO.
(JVJ. tUnSOT -
. . . Cashier
Geo. H Caxbei.
K. W. Wood -
Will Transact a General Banking
Stealage. Recent DepoiiU, CoQectloaspade
Cor. Allen S.
T iqiJOU AXt ClliASH, HTAPLK-)
jUi ua t aucy i.rurrriex,
OKAIS, UAY AND WOO"J
Kept CoaiUntlr 03 Hind. M LO AT LOWES1
PKIUES. Conotrj I'nacc Ik sir.i and to'.d.
O. R. V ATT.
C. n. TAUBEIX'
Undbstakino Parlous of
New Hearse, New Goods, Everything
Coffins, Caskets. Robes. Etc..
Prou the l'i lines I to the Flor.t Vide.
The Columbia Iron Caskets kept con
stantly in Stock.
Bodtti Temporarily or Permanently
Embalmed by the latest proeeM.
gaP"Night orders left at Hare & Page's
livery otfice promptly all. nded to.
FOU ET 3D SLY
"" McALUSTER A McCONE. Prop'ir.
Kiat of MSI aad Mt&af MMccrr. Huvy aaJ
Iit!u CUuinir cf Iraq iu4 ( Miwic to Order
HoSktw Teniae UiJi to Order, aaj To
fines Iiuticmicd n4 Adfastrd Afcnts for
QUbasjr Lubricating; oil jmI Cmbpoko!
JTa. I. .tleiUIfrr, - - nnnnpj
Allen St., Kct. 6th antl 7th
PASQTTALE NIGE0, PE0P.
Ererjoue knows that tie Finest kinds of
Are always kept at this Old Stasd.
Fifth St. Tombstone.
Billjard and Pool Tables
Prop ia asd 8t!if TmliijU,
Asemblyman J II. Tevis, cXjsCo-
chue county, u a practical joker,
yesterday lie wa lilted clear out o
his boots. Mr. levis, who is a crony
of Speaker Clark, asked the speaker to
come with him and he would intro
duce him to Governor Irwin; to this
Mr. Clark readily assented and down
the stairs tue two old democrats me
andered to meet tho new governor,
illr. Tevis opened tho door of the
overnnr8 office and. meetine a rwirllv
llittle man, ho removed his hat and,
with a bow that would do honor to
ovcrnor Zulick, -presented Speaker
lark to Governor Irwin.
The "governor" looked confused.
nd to relievo his embarrassment the
pcaker asked him how he likvd hi
ewly acquired duties. "Well" an-
wered the "governor" in a voice that
besnOKe of an acquaintance with the
Hhine, "I like ray new duty, but I was
going to ask the legislature to increase
my salary as it makes my bands sore
to clean those new spittoons, and that
counci' chew a heap of tobacco." Clark,
looked at Tevis and Tevis looked at
Clark. Tevis said, "oh h 1;" Clark,
in a voice that was as soulless as
Churchill's conscience replied, "Tevis,
I have business with you, sir, upstairs,
lets go and take a drink," and away
capered the two old Cochise represen
tatives to discuss what a tine looking
man Janitor Troops was, to be nothing
but a janitor. Plienix Gazette,
Hided with rheumatism in the hip;
and leg, when I bought a bottle ol
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It cured
me in three days. I am all right to
day and would insist on every one,
who is alilicted with that terrible dis
ease, to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm
and get well at once." For sale by
II, J. Teto, Druggist.
Gov. Murphy's message is com
mented favorably upon by near!- all
The raffle for tho banjo will
off 'ihurbday night at Cohn's
store at 8 o'cIock.
IIOT llIC I.N TIIK IIOl'MK.
"Rough on Hats." Clears out rats,
mice, roaches. ROUGH on WORMS.
Safe, Sure Cure. 25c. ROUGH ON
TOOTHACHE. Instant relief. 15c.
The Mexican who was shot at Fair
bank last Saturday night wao turned
back by a telegram before ha reached
Nogaies and died at Crittenden. An
iuqucfit was held there and a verdict
rendered in accordance with the facts
as slated in yesterday's is.-uv of the
The following are the names of
some of our prominent citizens to
tvboie eyes Prof. Aronson has lilted
glasses : U. S. Surveyor Howe, Coun
ty Treasurer J, P. McAllister, C. E.
Alvord, J. P., F. IS. Austin, E.B.Gage.
Grand Central, and many others
which space does not permit us to
Sy gradually restores color;
elegant tonic dressing, 50c, f I, Drug
gist, or$l size prepaid by express for
1. R- 3. Wells. Jersey City. ROUGH
ON TOOTHACHE. Instant relief. 13c
The FlngstaQ Democrat has been in
formed that the Aztec catllo company,
whose ranges extend over the eastern
portion of the county, have contracted
with Montana parties to furnish GOOQ
head of young steers for -next season.
This shows conclusively that the cat-
tlomon Iista a rirdrwtrritt lima n1.Al
I v v v w vtJirb flioo ,Aas VaCU
of them, as the norlhorn cattle buy
ers are seeking fields in which to pur
For a lame back, a pain in the side
or chest, or for aooth-acbe or ear-ache,
prompt relief may be had by using
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It isrclia
ble. For sale by II. J. Peto,
Just rtptieJ a new invoice of
Choice old Port, Five year old Ztnfan
del, Sherry and Angelica wines. Also
finest brands of fftml'y liqnors at
' JOS. H0E7LX&'4
ffelxvIiimjHijl.amlrrii TCptr IlrmiR-
. TuTTy'i'iif ill':'' ""-" badly uf
Nvs of Importance From all
Parts of the World.
Ana Condensed Into Fads
SPECIAL DISPATCHES T0P20BPECT0I.,
In New Yoik to-dav silver was
quoted at ?1.02 , lead, $4.05; and cop"
Bi'exos Ayeks Gold closed yester-
uay at zuj per cen premium.
New York. By a recent decision of
tho Treasury Department all steam
ship companies bringing immigrants
to this port mil hereafter have to take
care of aniWyrovide 'or those immi
grants wfovery way until they have
the landing bureau.
detained, sick, insane
and .paupers. The steamship men
Chicago It is very doubtful if the
eiecincai lesi win 00 api.lu
Abbott's remains, as directed in her
will. Her brother-in-law said this
morning that in the very nature of
the case it would now be useless.
Nothing can be done in the matter of
cremating the body until the legal de
position of the properly is completed.
This will take several weeks, if not
months. The monument now being
erected at Gloucester, Mass., contains
a recess for an incinerarv urn.
Nkw York Wall street heard with
inlerceV yesterday a report that the
National Lead Trust is to be reorgan
ized on the plan of the sugar trust. It
is said that the plan contemplates a
reduction of tho capital stock from
$83,000,000, its present capitalization.
Oxtamo The Southern Pacific bd-
gan work this morning on the Chim)
extension. The new road, indenondfl
ent of the narrow gauge line, will bol
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completed to Chino immediately. It
is believed that il will soon be extend
ed to South Riverside, Riverside, Tern
iscal, KUinore and San Diego, Ontario
being made the junction.
Chicago A military organization
to be known as the American Guardsj
has been granted a charter by tho cec-
rctary of State. Its purpose is to
counteract the intluence of the Roman
uamoiic uuurcn. o one win io aw
lowed to join unless an American and
a ProtcslauL A Conereeational min-S
istcr and several citizens of standing
are the incorporators. The purpose is
to take an active' part in municipal
politics. At a big meeting last night
under the auspices of the organization
Mrs. Margaret Shephard and other
speakers declared that Mayor Cregier's
nomination had been dictated by
Phexix. The Council convened
as usual this morning with Zulick
presiding. Roll call showed Frank
Hernden, Hughes and Vickers absent.
Several bill were reported engrossed
and printed. The committe on Terri
torial offices reported favorably on a
bill to furnish the Governor a messen
Highest of all la Leavemnjj Power.
ger and the judiciary committe a clerk.
The committee on education reported
on the bill concerning the teachers
institute. Brady gave notice of a bill
to amend the penal code, also a bill
concerning the change of venue in
district courts. Hernden gave notico
of a bill to Je luce the price of revised
statutes. Zulick gave notice of a bill
to secure liens 10 merchants and
others, also a hill to extend the limits
of incoporatcd cities. The bill con
cerning arbor day culture was read
the second time.
Emil Sydow has on exhibition at his
Bonanza Cash Store an engraving
showing the annual burning of garden
seeds left over at the close of the sea
son at D. Landreth fc Co.'s garden
seed farm, Philadelphia. D. Land
reth & Co. also instruct their agents
to do likewise, thereby insuring their
customers fresh seeds every year. For
an additional precaution every pack
age of their seeds is dated. They are
the oldest seed firm in the United
States, being established since 1784,
and are very jealous of their reputa
tion. A full and compile assortment of
these seeds at Emil Sjdow's Bonanza
Harry Scott who has charge of Igo's
ranch in the Chirachua mountains,
loaned a horse and Kiddle to a Mexi
can a few days ago and the next time
he heard of the outfit il was in Magda
lina, Ponora, in charge of 'he customs
authorities for nonpayment of duty.
"oearl erlass" are made of touch
glass. They rarely break
except from kecident.
nttjtur;. Geo. A. Macbitb 4 Co.
that J. Yonge
and family left-for the north on
day last was premature. They de
ferred their departure till a later day
ii i-ipi: yvoutii 1.1 vi.;r
Not if you go through the world a
dyspeptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia
Tablets are a positive cure for tho
worst forms of Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Flatulency and Constipation. Guaran-tecd-ml
sold-by J.-Yonee: .
Mr. John A. Duncan,
City, principal owner in the
Chief group of mines at Tcviston, ar
rived to dy and is stopping at tho
1. 11 co in; if: -
For Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore
Throat, 25c. ROUGH ON TOOTH
ACHE. Instant Relief. 15c. ROUGH
herifl Slaughter returned
terday from San Bernardino ranch,
where he has been for three weeks, J
gathering cattle on Uis range, prepara-
tory to makinga shipment from Dem
ng east, lie stales thai mere are In- -v
dians down that way, but no soldiers.
The little band which killed Smith
passed through the Guadalupe moun
tains on their way to Sonora. '
1 he Mount Morgan gold mine, AiK
stralia, paid dividends of $5,363,150
in 1889. This is the greatest gold
mine in the wprld. It was bought a
few years ago for $3,115 and is now
valued at $73,000,000 in fact $90,
000,000 have been refused for the mine
and works. The machinery and plant
cost nearly 15,000,000. Daring the
year ending Noveinbei 30,1889, 75,415
tons of raw ore returned 223,522
ounces of gold, equal to four ounces
six pennyweights four grains for the
total ere raited.
Suhfcribs for the Prcspbctor
-TJ. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.