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TOMBSTONE DAILY PROSPECTOR, TUESDAY EVENUNG. FEBRUARY 10, 1891.'
FEBRUARY, - - 10. 1691
' ftoutkeaMera R. R
stisbee 7.00 1 1 Fairbank 9.00 a.m.
Fairbank 10.00, m. Bisbee 12.30 n'n
Daily, exempt Sunday.
BE Williams, Supt.
-rho 'ollowing u the range of the
thermometer for the 24 hcun ending
S o'clock p. xa. Februry 10 .
George Daily is in El Paso.
Yuma is to hare a board of trade.
Madam Ina will open the Russ
House in a few days.
For Rest The Miner restaurant
at BUbee. A. T. 2-C-tf
A mind-reader who open safes after
dark has just left Michigan for Ari
zona. Look out for him.
J. E. Durkee is back from Pheniz.
County division is the principal topic
with the Cochise colon up there.
Down in Tucson they laugh at a
man who says that Kred Hughes is
opposed to the division of Cochise
Furnished rooms "to rent at Mrs,
Eccleston's, corner of Fourth and
Bruce streets, '((liv- neighborhood and
pleasant surroundings: By the day,
week or mouth, at reasonable rates, if,
The A., T. and S. F. It. R. Co. have
issued a new tariff on ores to Socorro
and Pueblo The rate on $50 ore has
been materially increased, while on
f 100 ore a slight reduction has been
The new freight rate made by the
A.T.iS F. makes the cost of ship
ping $50 ore from Fairbank to Pueblo
$8; 1100 ore $9.50 a.id ?300 ore
William Shilliam is gathering wit
nesses and jurors for attendance upon
the U. S. Court which meets in Tuc
son this week. Quite a number went
Sarah Barnhard has brought several
snakes with hsr from Europe. It will
now be in order for Arizona guzzlers
to see Sarah in their dreams instead of
snakes in their boots.
Seats to accommodate spectators at
the masquerade ball on St. Valentine's
eve will be provided for all who attend.
The immense crowd vthich is euro to
be present will find that their comlort
has not been overlooked.
Postmaster William", of Fairbank,
made Tombstonea visityestcrday. Dr.
Williams is a walking advertisement
of his profession as if. D., and his
good health bids faiMo lake him into
the nineties before he crosses over the
Cochise county last 3-ear led all
counties in Arizona in the output of
precious metals and also in the output
of lead and copper. The Copper Queen
Company at ISisbee produced one
quarter of all the copper turned out
in the Territory.
Four negro soldiers in riiarkle,
prisoners from Fort Grant, with a
guard of ten soldiers, stopped off at
the elation yesterday, en route to Al
calraz Island, in San Francisro bay,
where they will be confined, for terms
of from three to six years each. Their
offenses are desertion and theft. Cit
izen. Wahted. A chance in a life time
for men with capital and active men
without capital to secure a very pleas
suit and profitable business. No drones
orcuriositr seekers need apply. Ad
dress with 2 cent stamp. Consolidated
AdjaitAbleJ 8hoe Company, Salem
BalarS-?iP2aML I aaawaaBak
A SICKLY INFANT.
A Few of the Infirm Points of
the Proposed Miles County.
So much has been said regarding the
great wealth of the new county of
Miles that it has interested one of our
well known citizens to get at the ex
act figures. These points are taken
from the tax roll and from the tally
sheets as returned from the precincts
iu the proposed new county, and are
not guess work, as the glaring mis
statements of county divitioniets are.
The tax-roll of the town or Wilcox
shows a total assessed valuation of
$51,153. The tax levy on same is
Wilcox school district receives from
the county over 11200 per annum.
The tax-roll shows the proposed
county of Miles to have an assessed
valuation of if 230,070 in property be
longing to individuals and an assessed
valuation of seventy-four miles of
railroad at $518,000.
Total valuation of the proposed
county of Miles in Cochise, $754,070.
A Literal estimate of the valuation
of Miles county in Graham, according
to their own statement, is $200,000, or
a totM of $954,070.
The Stockman in the argument for
county division places the aluation
at $2,000,000, while the facts show lets
than half that.
The Stockman says that there were
400 votes cast there last November,
while the tally-sheets at the court
houte in this city show but 24G cast
in the Miles county part of Cochise.
The returns from the Mile county
part of Graham shows 122 votes cast
there, r a total vote of 3CS.
The total vote of Cochitc was 1404
and of Graham 90S; total for both
The Wilcox, ii terest,il will le seen,
wi-h to get away with one-quarter of
the taxable property and one-sixth of
The -World Enriched.
The facilities of the present day for
the production of everything that will
continue to the material welfare and
comfort of mankind are almost uolim
ited, and when Symp of Figs was first
produced the world was enriched with
the only perfect laxstiva known, as it
is, th only remedy which is truly
pleasing and refreshing to the Usto
ud prompt and effectual to cleanse the
system gently in tbe Spring time or
in fact, at any time, and the better it is
known the more popular it becomes.
Colaaee In Mexico.
It may .not be generally known that
Mexico has had and has now the free
coinage of silver similar in its work
ings to the proposed silver coinage law
in the United States. In discussing
the agitation now in progress in this
country over the free coinage of silver,
the Two Republics of the City of Mtx
ico says :
While all this battling about the
white metal is going on abroad Mexi
co is quietly taking the silver out of
her mines and having it coined in her
mints. The producer or owner pays
the cost of the coinage with a little
profit to the mint, and receives his
dolUrs with life eagle and the old ser
pent clearly shown on them, aud is
perfectly contented and happy, con
rcious that he is jeronal!y gradually
getting wealthy and the nation's credit
steadily growing on the liAiofj the
dollar that almighty old MexicaV.dol
lar. jJJ' 5l
IMIea Cua It Cured.,
Richard Bennett, Westfield, N. Y.,
"For Ihirty-two years 1 suffered from
piles, both internal and external, wit't
all their attendant agonies, and like
many others nuffcred from hemor
rhoids. All those thiriy-wo year I
had to cramp myself to pay doctors
and druggists for smfTtliit was doing
me little or no good. Finally I was
urged by one who hail hud the saioe
complaint, but had been cured by
Brandreth'k Phj-h, to try his cure. I
did so, and began lo improve, and for
the past two years I have had no in
convenience from that terrible ail
A Mexican haul, d a load of wood to
town yesterday which had been inhab
ited for some time Lack by a nest of
skunks. The odor was so unpleasant
that he offered it at $7 to gel rid of it,
and dropped a dollar an hour until six
o'clock, when he found a buyer at
Subscribe for the Pr.oixCTon,
The Ilut.li UilliMK.
Further particulars of the killing of
C. J. Bush in Xacosari canyon goes to
show that the work was done by n
white man with whom Bush had had
trouble, lie was on his way. to Tomb
stone with a team and wagon. John
Dart was a few yards behind, also with
n team aud vehicle. The country is
thickly timbered. Dart had his atten
tion called by Bush, who shouted to
him to "look out 1" Bush was point
ing his shot gun at a clump of bushes
and simultaneously shots from Bush's
gun and from the bushes went off.
Neither shot was effective, but another
shot from the biush and Busk fell off
tbe wagon on one side, his gun falling
to the ground on the other. A man
arose from behind the brush and ran
off into the timber. He was evidently
an American. Dart went to Bush and
found him dead, the bullet having en
tered his breast at his left nipple,
passing through a watch and carrying
the works with it into his chest, tear
ing an ugly hole. The bullet did not
Dart went on to Smith's p1ace,whicb
was a mile and a half from the scene
of the killing, and three men returned
with him. Thy followed the trail of
the murderer a short distance and
came to where he had tied his horse
behind a knoll before sneaking down
to the road, where he lay in wait for
his victim. The horse's tracks lead
toward the Oso Negro. Two empty
45 CO shells were found behind the
clump of bushes where the shooting
was done. Bush had been warned to
look out the day before and one man
was heard to say that Bush would
never get out of the country alive.
He had had trouble with several per
sons and was continually in hot water.
The killing occurred about six miles
from Nacosari. Bush was well known
111 Tombstone, where he lived for a
number of j ears. He was in the em
ploy of the San Pedro Mining com
punv at the time of his death. His
family resided there. The killing hap
pened on the 5th ipst., and bis re
mains were taken lo the Cunip and
buried on the following day.
Several years ago Chamberlain
Co., of Des Moinei, Iowa, commenced
the manufacture of a cough syrup, be
lieving it to be the most prompt and
reliable preparation yet produced for
coughs, colds and croup; that the pub
lic appreciate true merit, and in time
it was certain to become popular.
Their most sanguine hopes have been
more than realized. Over three hun
dred thousand bottles of ChamterUiii'b
Cough Remedy are now sold earh
year, and it is recognized as "the best
made," wherever known. It will cure
a severe cold in less' time than any
other treatment. For sale by H. J.
The sheep case will come up to
morrow in Tucson. This is the caee
in which C. L. Humming figures.
Perhaps you are ruri-Tlown, can't
eat, can't sleep, can't think, can't do
anything lo your satisfaction, .and you
wonder what ails you. You should
heed the warning; you are taking the
first step into Nervous Prostration.
You need a Nerve Tonic and in Elec
tric Bitters you will find the exact
remedy for restoring your nervous sys
tem to its normal, healthy c ndition.
Surpririug reults follow the use of
this great Nerve Tonic and Alterative.
Your appetite returns, good digestion
is re.-tored and the Liter and Kidneys
resume healthy action. 'Try a bottle.
Price 50c at Yonge's Drug store.
Mrs. G. E. Goodfellow, accompanied
by Miss EJith, left to-day for San
Franrisco, where Mrs. Goodfellow ex
pects to profit by the health giving sea
air of the Pacific.
ROUGH ON TOOTHACHE. 15c.
ROUGH ON CORNS. Hard or soft
At CutnpusrUsi wct-k, a white man
shot a Mexican through the chest.
The Mexican still lives. Jeff Brick
erton had just returnid there from El
Paso with the proceeds of a car of rich
ore and paid offhis men which cauied
hilarity fur several days.
An old well-lried remedy. Mrs.
Winsiow's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children vhile teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes
the child, softens the gums, allays ill
pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for Diariha-a. It is pleasant
to the taste. Sold by Druggists in
every part of the world. Twenty-five
lable. Be sure and ask for Mrs. Win-!
.lull-', (?nttit(ir Sl-r,in ail latr. I
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Gen. McKci has jfst received the
report of Lieut. Clark. 10th Cavalry,
who commanded the detachment of
men and Indian scouts that has been
in pursuit of the Indians that killed
Chiquilo Smith at McGowan's ranch
on the 13th ult.
Clark followed the trail for a week
over the roughest hciiuii of Arizona.
Most of the time it was so rough that
his men could not ride their horses,
and two of his troopers lost their
horses, which rolled down precipices.
On the 19lh the Indian camp was dis
covered on the east slope of the Cliiri
cahua mountains. While the scouts
were surrounding it one of them ex
posed himself and the party was di
covered and fired upon, the Indians iu
the camp firing and disappearing.
The scouts say they saw two In
dians and recognized one of them as
the Chiricahua named "Massay," who
it will be remembered escaped from
Geronimo's band at Springfield, Mo.,
in 1S87, while en route to Mount Ver
non, barracks, Alabama, aud who made
his way on foot back to his native
haunts in th Chiricahua mountains.
The captured camp gave evidence of
having been occupied for months and
a large number of blankets, provisions
and cooking utensils were captured.
Apparently the Indians saved only
their guns and ammunition.
The trail could be followed only for
a short dirtancr, for it was soon lost
among the rods.
o'r ;n: i. ri KiiorsK.
"Rough on Rats." Clears out rats,
mice, roaches. ROUGH on WORMS.
Safe, Sure Cure. 25c. ROUGH ON
TOOTHACHE. Instant relief. I5c.
-Miss Nellie Walsh has taken charge
of the Can Can restaurant, and iu fu
ture will Donduct that favorite house
in the same manner as has character
ized its past management. She re-
sjiectfuliy asks a share of the patron
age of the public and will endeavor to
please all patrons.
Cbii'i Sleep .'McliU
I llip f-nnifilnint of ltirt!luriila siiffor.
ing from As'hma, Consumption,
i. ..... 11: 1 ... . i
uuu);u7, eiu. j'iu )un ever iry it.
Acker's English Remedy? It is the
hest preparation known for ;"V Lung
Troubles. Sold on a positive guaran
tee at 25c and 50c
P-urklen'a Arnlra Halve.
Tub Bs.st Salve in the world for
Cuts, Brnises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt
Rbenm, Fever Sores, Clapped Hands,
Chilblain', Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
py required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refund
ed. Price ' cents per box. Ffit sale
by J. Yonge.
Many Ton bstone residents will re
member a man named Galloway who
about six years ago served on the po
lice force In tins city. He has been in
Tucson for a number of years and re
ceived the information a few weeks
ago of the death of an uncle in Wis
consin, who left his entire estate, val
ued at $150,000, to Galloway. The
latter has been hack east and taken
possesrinn of the property and is now-
drawing $500 per month from rents of
liis newly acquired property.
Ho! F..r IliKuee ! !
L. A. Engle is now running a fast
two-horse rig.betwecn Tombstone nd
Bisbee, leaving Tombstone at 7:30 a.
m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
and .Bisbee on alternate days, at same
hour. Orders for passage or freight
to be left at store of Geo. II. Pitts
Tombstone. Office at Birbee at
Langxdorf's store. 9-22-tf.
The finest trees ever offered for sale.
Most all bearing trees, three years old,
all kinds. Al.-o umuielu, Uliinese
Mulbetry and Sweet Icut. To flow
er lovers who mukc up a club I will
erll my cver-bhmii.iiic roses by the
,., Iittiiilr,.! at t limp, twl mi-A
you jour -hoie-. Ali-o Flowering
Klirul.s r.d Uro.cnhniiM Plants of all
kniilfc I.ir sai'i m 111? 01. 1 place, corner
Fo'tcn and Second streets, Tomb-
t i.c, Amonn, ly.
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or iiu 1 nMiit f
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IDR. ACKER'S ENCLiSM REMEDY.
' for Coughs, Colds and Consumption is boyond question the greatest of all
'Modem Remedies? It will stop a Cough in one night. It will check n Cold in S
! a day. It will prevent Croup, relieve Abthma and cure Consumption if taken
! in time, " You can't afford tobo without it." A 25 cent Iwttlo ni.iv save yoflJ
!$100 in Doctor's bills may cave your life ! Ask your druggist for ft, or writ?
; to w. 11. iiookeb ix)., u wesr. uroauway, Kew 1 oric, tor book. si
For Sale by
Hats sold below cost at Eucher
Gres' furniture store. 1-20-lm
Cboiee Eastern Dried Apples and
Dried Raspberries at Wolcott's.7-19tf
Choice California cheese and Hol
and Herring at Hoefler's. tf
J. H. White's Fresh Ranch Butter
at Wolcott's. 7-19-tf
Fare to Bisbee via Engle's stage line
reduced to $2.50. nl4U
Crown Mills Flour, Fresh Buck
wheat and Graham Flour and Meals
just received at Hoefler's.
Fresh garden and flower seeds, El
Paso onion seed and alfalfa seed at
G. E. Braly, the pioneer dairy man.
will deliver milk anywhere in the city
at reasonable rates during the winter
Choice brands of butter and ckeeie
at Honfler's ths pioneer grocer, on Fre,
mont and Fifth streets. n3
If you want fine straight whisky, of
the most celebrated brands, drop into
the J'ony Saloon and satisfy yourself
that this is true. The Pony also car
ries the finest brands of domestic anJ
imported Brandies, Wines, Ales, Por- I
ters, and all kinds of liquors. Ice :
Cold DrTnks of all l-inda s. snreinltv.
The Carmen Key West Cigar is the
finest for the money to be had in Ari
zona. St. Louis Anheuser-Busch Lager
Beer on draught at all times. No fav
orites. Come all.
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xiiat un oruinance 01 ino.
City of Tombstone, A. T.,
seeking among other tilings
to provide for the 'prevention
of fires, approved April 19,
1881, will be strictly enforced
February 12, 1891, making
any excess of two tons" of hay
or straw, fifty gallons of ex
plosive oils or fluids and fifty
pounds of powder or other ex
plosives a nuisance within the
fire limits of said city.
A. M. COHN,
Dated Feb. 7th, 1891.
DR. A, BARKAIT
Sjv-culist for Diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
Has returned from Europe, aDd resumed tbe
practice of bis profession.
Office 1-1 Grant Arc, Nan t'rnn.
All persons indebted-to me
will please settle with Dick
Trezona, who will receipt for
TombstoneJvFeB. 5, 1891. m
To Whom It IMayConcern
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WHY DO YOU COUGH?!
Do you know that a littlo cough 13 a dangerous ii
thing? Are you aware that it often fastens on theS
lungs and far too often runs into Consumption andB
ends in Death? People suffering from Asthma, a
Bronchitis, Pneumonia and Consumption will aila
tell you that B
"ITSTAaTFn!l?K! fi urn n
& a a w ansa nw sunttsira ww2ias m
vau you auoru vo negieci 11 1 wan you mile"
with eo serious a matter? Are you aware iliat
J YONC 13,
TO HE CIVE.N AT
MINING EXCHANGE HALL
Door Open al 30.
Grand March H'..
Miuki Urinotrl m Ili30.
After Which Everybody Can Dane.
No persons Allowed on the
Without a Musk.
Each Lady Will Receive Souvenir.
ADMISSIOX, - - $10
(Admitting gentleman & Ladies.)
Walsh & Hawke.
For Ice-Cold Beer on Draught
j 1 n
THE ST LOUIS BEER HALL
IMBEUSEK ISUSCH BKE-OTING ASSO
CIATION, OF ST. LCUISt
Appljr ti MAUTIN COSTELLO.
I havo Re-furnished and He-opened
BISBEE - HOUSE
BISBKC A. T.
ILL PEKSOXS VISITING THE
' Copper Camp can find a quiet,
clean and pleasant
PLACE TO 'STOP.
Miss Minnie Davis ha? become in
terested with me in the house and
Evervthing Good lo Eat
And plenty of it will le the feature of
the new place. Respectfully,
MRS. JAS. HART,
I'OII XKCKALUl.l RKIUACaE.-
.Use "R'niRli on Pain." Instant re
lief." 25 and 50c. ROUGH o.n CORNS.
Liquid. 15c. Salve, 10c. ROUGH OS
WORMS." iSafe, sure cure.25o.
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