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TOMBSTONE DAILX PKOSPECTOK, THURSDAY EVEHUNO. FEBRUARY 12, 1891.'
FEBRUARY, - - 12 l891
"'' iheuicra R. R
Aiabve 7.00 t at Fairbank 9.00 a.m.
FairUnk 10.00 , m. Bisbee 12.30 n'n
Dftjy, except Sunday.
Bk& Williams, SupU
. Hlcaal Harrlce.
Xhe following is the range of the
thermometer lor the 24 hcnrs ending
3 o'clock p. m. February 12 .
Minimum , 33
Foe Rest The Miner' restaurant
at Bisbee. A. T. 2-6-tf
Furnished room to rent at Mrs,
Eccletton's, corner of Fourth and
Bruce streets, quiet neighborhood and
pleasant surroun lings: By the day,
reek or month, at reasonable rates, tf.
lo! F.r IllnUee I I
L. A. Engle is note running a fast
two-horse rig between Tombstone nd
Bisbee. leaving Tombstone at 7:30 a.
m. Monday;, Wednesdays and Fridays
and Bisbee on alternate days, at same
hour. Orders for passage or freight
to be left at store of Geo. H. Fitts
Tombstone. Offiqe at Bisbee at
Langsdorfa store'." ' "rcS-22-tf.
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igf-Sykes and McLean, who started
from Yuma to make a tour of the
world in a boat built at Flagstaff, have
returned to Yuma and give a sad ac
count of their experience. They
reached the mouth of the Colorado all
right but when near the po.nt of San
Filipe, on the lower California co.ist
they put into a little bay to await the
subsidence of a heavy wind. While
here the oil stored in the boat took
fire and consumed the entire outfit.
The two men set out on foot and
reached Yuma again last Saturday
after .footing it for twenty five days
across a wild rough country. They
nearly starved to death and have tem
porarily abandoned the trip.
mt All. unu c.iinciiKi. .
TbTMtf iM3n ft b e . pro-l5aay for
the productionTof everything that will
conduce to the miteriil welfare and
comfort of mankind are almost unlim
ited, and when Srrnp of Figs was first
produced the world was enriched with
the only perfect laxative known, as it
is, the only remedy which is truly
pleasing and refreshing to the tastw
and prompt and effectual to cleanse the
system gently in the Spring tim or.
in fact, at any time, and the better it is
known the more popular it become.
Doc Dines, foreman of Daggs Bros.'
heep ranch, was bound over to ap
pear befors the next grand jury of
Maricopa county, on a charge of hav
ing shot and fatally wounded Andrew
Wall, at Tempe, on February 1st. nis
bail was fixed at f 10,000, which was
The Citizen says that the sale at FL
Lowell was well attended. The eight
horses sold brought an average of $!i0
each. One brought as high as $91;
another only f 20.
Miss Nellie WhIMi ha taken charge
of the Can Can restaurant, and in fu
ture will roodnct that favorit- liou-e
in the same manner ax has character
ized its past management. She re
spectfully aska a share of the patron
age of the public and will endeavor to
please all patrons.
Win. P. Marshall, late Sheriffof Lee
connty, Iowa, who arrived in Fhenix
with his cousin, Governor Irwin, on
January 19, died at the Commercial
Hotel Tuesday morning, of consump
tion. Wasted. V chance in a life time
for men with capital and active meif
without capital to secure a very pleas
ant and profitable business. No drones
or curiosity seekers need apply. Ad
dress with 2 cent stamp. Consolidated
Adjustable JShoe Company, Salem
THE BOSS LIAR.
AVliat "B. X. Drazul" Told n
Chicago Taper niul AVhat
Tombstone People Know About
"No, sir; I have no use for Mexico,
because the Government took every
thing I had in the world and turned
me away penniless," said B. X. Dm
lei, owner of the big Cincinnati mine
at Tombstone, at the Auditorium ho
tel jceterday. "It was ten years ago
when I purchased a strip of land near
Sonora. Mexico, forty miles from the
mouth of the San Fedro river and
thirty miles from Cananara. The land
was good mining property and I knew
if it were worked right I could make
a good many thousand dollars. 1 had
$8,000 when I started to work and
with part or this I purchased mining
implements, powder, etc For eight
een months I worked alone at the
mine, drilled a tunnel COO feet long
through hard rook, and finally struck
what I was looking for an arsenical
ledge of silver. I had worked Sun
days, Christmas, Thanksgiving and
every other day, never keeping account
of datrs. It was a happy day when I
reach?d the silver ledge, for the mine
with all the machinery I had thre,
was worth fully $40,000. I wished to
celebiate the event, and as I couldn't
think of anything better to celebrate
with than bacon I determined to have
orne. There i no such thing as Mex
ican bacon, you know. Hogs there
have to Iran against a tree to grunt.
The duty in Mexico i n pork is 70 per
cent, and as I could eet bacon ncrn
the line, at Orhoaville, A. T., for 20
cent a pound, I determined to ride
over there and get some That's where
tniade a great mistake, for when I
waVreturning with four pounds of the
meaifthe Mexican officers captured
me. J was taken before a magistrate
of jKjnJe kind and everything I pos
sessed, in Mexico, even to my horse,
wa confiscated hy the Government.
"During th lat month I was there
I had transferred half of the mine lo a
man named Gatps, he having acreeil
to put a mill into the mine. He set
up a claim to hi halt of the property,
but was not recognized and got noth
ing. The Meiirans at Sonora wero
onlv-So glad to find some excuse to
takjrvmr mine from me. They knew
?.tiil- . 1 i.- I .t:.i . 1:1.
was Mtiiiam mm 11111 iimi hky- mi prv
it the property of an American. I
tell yon that was rallier expcni-ive ba
con at $10,000 a pound."
Editor Propectcr: The above is
an extract from a Chicago paper and
was published some time fince. but
occasioned no comment, with the ex
ception of a lanch or passing remark
concerning the author. The storvhas
reached such a wide ranee that its ap
pearance in the State of Sonora and
alsoii lhritrnf Mexico occasioned
much adverse criticism, and is not, if
it coes further, conducive of any good
hetjven those who live on thn loriler.
It therefore becomes the fluty of
"prospector" to show up the lying as
sertions of the author of the article to
those outride of Tombstone who may
not know him. TIip man who is the
hero of the story is X. B. Lazanl, and
it will he noticed that he spells his
name backward in giving it to the
newspaper which published it. The
"Big Cincinnati!" mfne of which he
speaks is the little Cincfnnatti mining
claim near Ajax Hill, in Tombstone,
and as near as I can find neer pro
duced a dollar, although a good pros
pect. Acain, if Lazan! is the nvrnei
of it the records do not ehoiy it, al
though he has an interest in it of some
The story of hi mining ventures in
Mexico are too well known in Tomb
stone to need any repetition, but
for the benefit of thoee who do
not know the story I will say that
early in the eighties, about 't3, he in
terested Gates, who had a ranch on the
fan Pedro, in a mine which he had
at the Providencia camp. Gates put
up the money and Lazunl did the
work. When Gates' sick gave out work
stopped. His reputation in Sonora
was very unsavory. In fact, both of
them bad the name of being crooked.
Gates was arrested and indie'ed by a
grand jury in your county and was
tried and acquitted after much trouble.
The mine which Liz.inl jjpenki of was
abandoned as "worthless and was not
confiscated. Neither was he eer
caught smuggling, but there are reas
ons why he docs not care to return to
Mexico, which if he insists upon will
be made public.
If any further information is want
ed concerning the man Lazard and
his Sonora experience it can be had
by applviug to any of the gentlsmea
who were at Providencia at the time,
among them some of the most
worthy citizens of Tombstone: Frank
Hure, James Price, Clms. Warner, L.
Hart anil many others. The efforts of
men who brought misfortune upon
themselves in early days to injure the
friendly relations existing between the
two countries should be strongly con
demned. That a man of Lazard'
stamp should be able to do any injury
to this section of the country 'seems
almost incredible, and yet the feelings
of those who live in Sonora and hear
of such lying stuff and see no contra
diction of it are led to believe that
Americans condone such offenses
against the present and growing
friendship between Arizona and Son
ora. The "long" tunnel and "$40,000
mine" is still open for location to any
one who wants to work it.
Sao Pedro, February 7, 1891.
IMlea On Be Cared.
Richard Bennett, Westfield, X. Y.,
"For thirty.two years 1 suffered from
piles, both internal and external, with
alt thtir attendant agonies, and like
many others suffered from hemor
rhoids. All those thirty-two years I
had to cramp mytelf to pay doctors
and druggists for stufTthrt was doing
me Utile or no good. Finally I was
urged by one who had had the sijpe
complaint, but had been cured by
Bbasdsetii's Pills, te try his cure. 1
lid t-o, and brg.in to improve, and for
the past two ears I have had no in
convenience ftom that terrible ail
ment." A cattle dealer from the India!. Ter
ritory purchased last week of Mis.
King of Corpus Christ!, the Texas
cattle queen, 15,000 2-vcarold steers
for $02,000. This is probably the
largest O'dcr filled at any one time in
Texas 'or cattle, and the King ranch
is said to bo the second largest in the
world. It is .axed at $900,000, ipclud
Ing. 150,000 lone and cattle. Mrs.
King owns several others in other
parts of Texas. - .
Several j-tar ago Chamlerlain &
Co ,of Des Moines, Iowa, conmenctd
the manufacture of a cough syrup, be
lieving it lo be the most prompt anil
reliable preparation jet produced for
cough, colds and croup; that the pub
lic appreciate true inrit, and in time
it wag ct-rlain to become popular.
Their most sanguine hopes have been
more than realized. Over three hun
dred thousand bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy are now sold eaeh
ear, and it is recognized as "the lx'st
made," wherever known. It will cure
a severe cold in less time than any
other treatment. For sale by H. J.
This, is the way the people of Oregon
describe their climate:
Dirty days hath September,
April, June and Xoxember;
From January up to May
The rain it raineth every day;
All the rest have thirty-one,
Without a blcs-rd gleam of sun ;
And if any of them had 2 and 30
ThcyM ba just as wet and twice as
B. Hattich and his son William If.
left to day for San Francisco for a
visit. The latter has been connected
wi'h the Pkospector office for two
years past this being his first vacation,
The gentlemen expect to return about
the liral of next month.
An old well-tried remedy. Mr"
vv inslow e southing byrup has been
u-t-ll for over tifty- var by millions of
ntttthera for their children vhile teeth
ing, wiih perfect success. It soothes
the child; Hoflens tho gums, allays ill
pain, cures wind colic, and is.the beat
remedy for Diatrhu1. It is pleasant
to the taste. Sold by Druggists in
every part of the world. Twenty-five
cents a bottle. Its value is incalcu
lable. Be sure and atk for Mrs. Win
idovrV Soothing Syrup, and take no
Dick Clark returned to-day from
Phenix and is an encyclopedia of in
formation concerning affairs at the
Lo i Holscy had $900 with him when
he left Tombstone for Kansas,
t , j one .hundred at fl ijpirce, and give
J. Waters and Ben Whiston wenl'yu jour elioico A! Flowering
., o . o ii .,- Shrubs ami Ot-eiiboue I'l.iiits of all
to the 8ulphur Spring valley this k,D1- f()r ga, ,,. oJt pXwe comw
morning to hunt duck. They made?FuUol and Hecand glrceUf Tomb.
a wager teiore going tuat tney wouia
bring back an even hundrad.
Three or four young or middle-aged
merrwhb can tpcuk good Spanish to
take order for nursery stock in Mex
ico. Must come recommended. Ap
ply cr write to Geo. W. McLase,
2 12 tf Camp Huachuca A. T.
Mining Exchange hall will be the
place for fun on St Valuntincs eve
Telegrams received yesterday from
Mrs. Cotfman at San FrancUco con
vey the good news that her son's eye
will soon be in a normal condition,
the Surgeon having discovered and
removed as mall piece of rock which
had been embedded there bv the blast
Mra.'George Gxge has returned to
Tempe from an extended visit to San
Cim'l Bleep .'Melits
Is the complaint of thousands suffer
ing from Asihma, Consumption,
Coughs, etc. Did you ever try Dr.
Acker's English Bemeuyt It is the
best preparation known for all Lung
Troubles. Sold en a positive guaran
tee at 25c and 50c
BOUGH OX TOOTHACHE
ROUGH OX CORNS. Hard or soft
Our neighbor county, Apache,
claims 250,000 head of cattle of excel
lent grades, and that the county ship
ped during the year ending June 3d,
1S90, about 12,000 hc&d to the eastern
markets. Flagstaff Democrat.
One of the features of the masquer
ade ball to-morrow night will be the
Mr. D. Battin, representing the
American Bible Society, U vi-iting
Tombstone in the interest of benevo
lent work. He supplies Bibles to all
who need them at actual cost. He
will call upon our citizens at their
homes and supply their wants.
Masquerade ball to morrow night,
There is soon to be- a wedding in,
Bibee. the prospective bride being a
young lady who still callslTombstone
G. E. Braly, the pioneer dairy man.
will deliver milk anywhere in the city
.U reasonable rates during the winter
Choice hrno oi butter and cbeeie
at Hoefler's tho pioneer grocer, on Fre.
moDt and Fifth streets. n2
On account of leaving Tombstone, I
offer mydging house anil furniture
for sle at a very low price. For fur
ther particulars apply on the premise?.
Miis. Beli.e Suluvan-,
2 10 Iw Allen street, near Seventh.
'All wurk and no play makes Jack
a dull boy." Go to the masquerade
ball and enjoy the fun.
For Mnle Cheap.
One buck boaid, one open bugey
one good as new double cinch saddle-
At GeoE. Kohler's.
Rurklea'M Arnlra fcalte.
Tub Btsr Salvk in the world for
Cats, Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Sslt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Cuipcd Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and alt Skin Efnp
t.oos, and positively cures Pil.ts, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refuud
ed. Price z5 cents per box. For tale
by J. Yonge.
The Firm Jirp.
Perhaps j on are run down, can't
eat, can'l.sle,ep, can't think, can't do
anything to your satisfaction, and you
wonder wlixt ails you. l ou 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 nervou sys
tem lo its normal, healthy cndilion
Surprising results follow the use of
this great Nerve Tonic and Alterative.
Your appetite returns, good digestion
is restored and the Liver and Kidneys
resume healthy action. Try a bottle.
Prico 50c at Yonge's Drug store.
" J Fruit Trera,
The finest trees ever offered for sale.
Most all bearing tree, three years old.
all kinds. Abo Umbrella, Chinese
Mulbetry and Sweet Locust. To flow
er lovers who make up n club I will
sell my evpr MooniJug roses by the
,tone, Arizona, by
- William Hputu.
E 'MiVrtWL'ZJe" .
DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY!
for Coughs, Colds and Consumption is beyond question the greatest of all ?
Modern Remedies? It will stop a Cough in one night. 1 1 will check a Cold in B
a day. It will prevent Croup, relieve Athma and cure Coiuumption if taken
in time. " You can't alTord to U without it." A S3 cent bottle ma v tave voufl
f $100 in Doctor's bills may save your life I Ask your druggist for it, or write f
f to W. H. Hooker & Co., 40 West Broadway, New York, for book.
For Sale by
Hats sold below cost at Eucher
Greg' furuiture store. 1-201 in
Choice Eastern Dried Apples and
Dried Raspberries at Wolcott's.7-19-tf
Choice California cheese and Hot
and Herring at Hoefler's. tf
J. H. White's Freeh Ranch Butter
at Wolcott's. 7-19-tf
Fare to Bisbee via Engle't stage line
reduced to 2.50. nlllf
Crown Mills Flour, Fresh Buck
wheat and Graham Flour and Meals
just received at Hoefler's.
Freih garden and flower seeds, El
Paso' onion seed and alfalfa seed at
If you want fine straight whisky, of
tho most celebrated brands, drop into
the Vony Saloon and satisfy yourself
that this is truo. The Pony also car
ries the finest brands of domestic an4
imported Brandies, Wines, Ales, Por
ters, and all kinds of liquors. Ice
Cold Drinks of all kinds a specialty.
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. Xo fav- I
orites. Come all.
That an ordinance of tho
City of Torribston,-A': T.f
seeking among o(her things
to provide for theprevention
of fires, approved April 19,
1881, will be strictly enforced
February 12, 1S91, making
anyexcess of two tons of hav
qrastraw, 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.
SvcuIU( for Disuses of the
Eje, Ear, Xose and Throat,
lias irtursed from Europe, and resumed the
practice of bis profession.
Office 1 1 Grant Ave., Man Fran.
All persons indebted to me
will please settle with Dick
Trezona, who will receipt for
. t r l - -lorvi '
Tombstone, Feb. O, 1891. I&
DO YOU COUGH?
know that a little couch is a danserous
vou aware thatit often fastens on the
lungs and far too often runs into Consumption and
ends in Death? 1Voi1o siilTorimr from Asthma.
Bronchitis, Pneumonia and Consumption will all
tell you that i
r,"IT STARTED WITHaOOLO.";
gil i;an you auoru to neglect iit can you trine
Ss with so serious a matter? Are you awara that
.m -a. a. s-.-x.a.i.s.a-auEraausua tx
TO 1!E GIVEN AT
MINING EXCHANGE HALL
Don Open at ti30
Crand March 8 3 J.
Xuki UcnioTtil at II (39.
After Which Everybody Can Dance,
Xo persons Allowed on
Without a Musk. .
Each Lady Will Receive a .Sour'nfrj
ADMISSIOX, -r- - $1Z0
(Admitting gentleman & Ladies.) ,
Walsh & Haivke!
For Ioe-Oold Beer on Draught
..K- si'ven nela
j . 'ii
-o )c Harnsov
THE ST LOUIS -BEER .-HALL
1MUEUSER BUSCK nnEWING ASSO
CIATION, OF ST. LOUISI
Wholesale, and Retail.
Appl t IIAUTIN COSTKLLO.
To .The Public,!
I hive Re-furnished and He-opened
BISBEE - HOT SE
BISBEC A. T.
ILL PERSONS VISITING THE
" Copper Camp can find a qniet,.
clean aud pleasant
PLACE TO STOP.
Miss Minnie Davis hai lecoinc in
terested withmeju thehoueeand
Everything "Good lb Eat
And plenty of it will le the feature of
the new place. Respectfully,
MIIS. JAS. HART.
FOK XKL'RALtilAA HEAD.tCRR.
Use "Rough on Pain." Instant re
lief. 25 and GOt-. ROUGH o CORNS.
Liquid, 15c Salve(110c.. ROUGH ox
WORMS." Safe, Wre cure. icj;X
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