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TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUaUI' 17, 1891
Cor. 5th and Fremont Sis
TOE HOEFLER - PROFF.
MINERS' and RANCHERS
Supplies a Specialty.
,aqent for improved
And the Celebrated
TEXTS. tTVGON COVERS.
Fresh Garden Flowers and Field
Seea Constantly on Hand.
Wo Acre iho Exclusivo Control 'of
Anddett't Jtapr to oftr a prizt to Belt this
eai. for BEST HADE, Ectrj Cai hotii
GHE WD ONE HALF POUNDS'.
IP. IV. WOLCOTT.
TimJtriic, A. T.
Fremont, bat. 3rd & 4th.
FRANK B. AUSTIN ProprictPi
Staple and Fancy
Choice Brands of
Grain of all Kinds
Ktt CCttUjon Und tad
SOLD AT LOWEST PRICES
Constantly on Hind. JiJl!
McDonough & Mobile,
WarjZfrS sTi aaaf -a-
.,s Alwajs in Stock.
K ST. LODIS BEER ON DRAUGHT
s Ti.i.1. ta..na-s. togZuV" 801,B ,f U
BAD ECZEMA ON IAIY
Heart oae avollasarc). llrata Awfal.
Mad ( Tie aUa Haaaa .( Craal.
Casva ajr Catleara.
Oni llttl. bor broka oat on hi head with a bad
(oim ofum. btn ho fior month, old.
w e tried three doctor, bat the did Dot nelo bin.
Wc ttcn Used TOOT thltj CUTtCCU HKMCMEa.
and after iisinc tbm eleven week, exactly accord
lot:todtreiluiis,liebecantedlly tolmprcve. and
LrterlhettswortbtniforscTeaBaun h.ala heed was
cLtirvly wll. V hen we began using tt Ms bead
i sojxtaore iiom tniorown tonis eyebrows.
I w also all over hi. e.rs. moat of Ms face, and
ma 1 placee on different parts of his bod jr. There
were sixteen weeks that we bad to keep bis bands
tied to the cradle, and bold tbrm when bs was ta
ken up; and bad to keep mittens ua bis bands to
ki ep bis flnrnalls out of tht sorte. as be would
.cratch if be canld la any way rea bis bands Iooe.
we aauwyour icticvka Kimuiie enrra cua
Wefe-!sfe in 'orameD'tlnr them toothers
UKO B JA ITA HARRIS. YVctltr Ind.
I b.Te a .liter jbnnerr than try -elf whose
wbal. U-drwa. coTercd with scrotula so ee. fjom
bead tolbjt. Shecoull nal lie cojvo at night and
bad so t eac by day. v friend adriscd her to try
thelctciaa RsxtDics. Sine (.Id so. and tber
cured hr. UUKA B tftVlNi).
lt. aylTania uhi'
it Unmet Kemetlee, c'.nr the blood of all Im-
purtiirs ana p i.jrjoaeicmenis ana inns remTce
ibecius;. while) trncTKi. the gnat 8kt cure,
and Cinema 8oarf an eaqnlstte ikln beaatlfler.
deer the skin and ikalp acd miore the balr.
Tbn. the Crocciu maci'iu cure erery species
of tteblnr. barftmg scaly, vtmply aob bloteby skIb
sra'paca oia aueifes x.-om pimpiestocroxa a
lrom infancy to se, when the beat pbyriclans fail.
Sold everywhere Price. CXTICCA. 50c: SOAP.
2Se.,Kion tNT. $1. Prfjred by the Pirtltn
Dkvc and Ghihical CoitroKATICrH Honor.
BftSnd for "Ho to Cure kln Detes.,61
pages. 50 illustrations and iso testimonials.
BIDV'C J'k!a xd slalp pnri&ed and beaaticcd
uwui o y
rCrnctiu Nur. Abrinlely pate.
PAIHS IND WUKNESSES
Ui female luoMDtijr rrltevrd 17 tat
new, tlcfiQt, and infsUhble Antldwte I
l'B,tnflamniaii.ii and Wrakivr'. the
CCTICLBA AKTI-TAIX PlaAtTKR
BISBEE, - ARIZONA
Hore8 cared for by the day, week oj
month. Turnouts of all kinds
ESLAnGED, RESOVATED AND
bttter than errr prepared to cater to
the need oj the public,
J. W. ADAM. - - Proprietor
Allen St., Bet. Ctb and 7th
FASQUALE NIGRO, PSOP.
Ererjone knows that the finest kinds of
Arc always kept at this Old Stand.
Billiard and Pool Tables
Cor. Allen k Fifth St., Tombstone.
T IQWOif A3II 3IJ, STAPLK
1 J sa4 ruey rwerle,
GRAI, HAT AND WOO"J
Ket roasunlly on Hand. 8CLD AT LOWEST
ritlCKK. Omntry frodnce Bugbt and lo'd.
J. V. VICKERS-
MINES. MONEY '
RKAU ESTATE Bought. Sold and Rented.
MINES BouRht. Sold, and Managed.
MONEY Loans Negotiated, and Inestient
made .... .,
INSURANCE-rire. Accident and Life. Be
Companies, Lowett Rates.
f-Ol'BTII A.15UAL BAI.I.,
Wa-hlatsxtosi Cstsap To. 1 V- O.
, r A. at MlstlstK Kchaee
Hall, fsa Hoaor -t WablsiE-
laar. Veksrsaary asd
Ira in ediately following the entertain
ment iu Schieflelin Hall.
F. K. WolcotJ,
W. P. Shanler,
J. J. Monti,
Ralph A. Smith,
Geo. A. Page,
John P. Water,
A. H. Emanuel,
I). K. Watdwell,
W. D. Waters,
A. B. Staniger,
T. E. Dallon,
J. V. Bodrio,
A. H. Emanuel, J. J. Montz,
V. P. Shauley, F. L. Moore,
F. N. Woleott. Wm. McFeeley,
J. K. McDonough,John P. Waters.
D. K, Ward well, W. W. Woodman.
A. L. Grow, J. W. Kelso,
J. J. Patton, Bruce Evaut,
H. S . Ford, V ,F. Bradley,
A. Wentworth, E. W. Perking,
Frank Lane, S. M. Barrow,
Philip Hart, Ealph A. Smith,
A. B. Staniger.
K LOO It MANAGER.
A. B. Staniger.
Music by Fort Huachura Military
String Band. Tickets admitting gen
tleman and ladies, $1.50. Ui-dli
March 1.1th and 14th,
A CYCLONE OF MVsTERV,
W OS DERM EXT AND M 1 RT U
STEEN & WOOD'S
3IYSTEKV AD NOVELTIES!
P.tnt.f.s? VSasfH a,--J-rw.w,fAt.
TbOolr livta Aniit vho gie a Geauuie Eihi
Litta of Asks t Tiomiwa of Tbouhr. MenU
Tclcsnhjr and irc ui Sisl.i.
PROF, CIJAS N. STEEX.
The Wi.rl l' Oreatcit ExpoMT cf Fp ri oah.m.
EDNA. THE QUEEN OF THE AIH
The lluman Orchid. The L dy W ho Wall, in Opt n
Now open at
MINING EXCHANGE HALL
MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY
WEDNESDAY & SATUKDAY
WedaescUjr From 4 to 6
natnroay rroni z iu 4.3J.
Private lstton at Reasonable Rat't.
Regular Prices for Gentlemn 'j't jKats per
Lesson. Ltdies Free on Class Nights.
Soiree Every Saturday Night
WALSH & HAWKE.
All persons indebted to1 me
will please settle with J)ick
Trezona, who will receipt for
ombstone, jFeb. 5, A 89 J m
News of Importance From all
Parts of the World.
And Condensed Into Fact
SPECIAL DIBPATCHF.S TO FBOPFECTOE ,
In New York to-dav silver was
quoted at $1.00 , lead, $1.40; and cop
per. $14 35
A petition will bo sent from Sonora
to the Mexican Congress to abolish
the free list to colonists at Ensenada
No meeting of Legislature j esterday.
Met to-day at 3 o'clock and probably
adjourned again ou account of death
of Gen. Sherman.
The Sierra Madre Silver Mining Co.
of Los Angeles filed articles of incor
poration yesterday, vtith a capital
stock of $2,000,000.
Anxiety is expressed in New York
as to the safety of the Lumhnllz ex
pedition, which left Arizona to explore
the Sierra Madre mountains.
The Central American mission has
been divided into two mission, with
salaries of $10,000 for each minister,
and an increase of the Mexican mis
sion from the secot.il to the first grade.
Although the wh sky trust people
still maintain that Geo. Gibson is en
tirely innocent of conspiracy to de
stroy Slitifelilt's distillery, the general
public has come to the conclusion
that he is guilty.
The people of North Dakota have
applied to the Indian bureau for per
mission to remove from the Sioux
Rsservation the log cabin which w.is
the home of fitting Bull. The pur
pose is to add it to the collection of
Indian curios which will form a part
of the North Dakota exhibit at the
World's Fair. The permission will be
Lieut. J. M. T. Pastello, United
SUtes Army, of the 7th Cavalry, who
recently distinguished himself at the
battle of Wounded Knee, left lor Ant
werp jesterday on the steamship
Frirsland. The lieutenant has re
ceived a leave of absence of a jear
and goes to see his brother, nho is the
United States Consul at Dusseldorf.
I'astrllo is the crack champion rifle
shot of the United States army.
In the Newfoundland Legislature
Friday reeolutions were introduced
showing indignation because England
had allowed tho colony to negotiate
a reciprocity treaty with the United
States and then refused to let it be
ralilied. During the discussion sev
eral of Iho most conservative members
expressed strong sentiments in favor
of annexation and in condemnation
of the unfriendly attitude of Canada.
The funeral services over the re
mains of Gen. Sherman will take place
Thursday from his late reoidencc,
though it may be deferred if his son
does not arrive on that day from Eu
rope on the Majestic Thursday even
ing the body will be taken toSt. Louis
on a special train and wilt be interred
there. It will be in charge of General
Schofield and will be accompanied by
a delegation from Post Lafayette, G.
A. R , of New York.
The effect of the anti-lottery act,
passed at the request of Postmaster
General Wanamaker at the last ses
sion of Congress, is shown by the fall
ing off of the volume of money order,
postal note and registered letter busi
ness at the New Orleans post office. A
statement of money orders paid dur
ing twelve weeks of last year, hs com
pared with the same period this year,
Iioas a decrease in the number of
1G.G43, and in amount of $90,000.
During the same period the number
of postal notes paid fell from 82,593 lo
8,070, and the amount paid decreased
Tucon, February 1C.
Editor Prospector : The A. and H.
'health resort" is again bubbling with
excitement, the like of whiih is not
even within the ken of the oldest citi
zen. Early in the present decade a
prominent journalist of this city dis
covered in a "rugged and precipitous
defile" of the Santa Catalinas the
ruins of a long lost pueblo, adjacent
to which were numerous shafts that
had been sunk in ages past, for in one
of them was a giant suhuara fully
70 feet high, only a small portion of
which appeared above the surface.
Before the scribe could locate a cor
ner lot or catch a pre historic subscrioer
he was compelled to flee for his life
from numerous bear, and in his flight
fired the specimens of ore he had gath
ered at his pursuers, since which all
trace of this nook in those bulwarks
to the "sanitarium of tho southwest"
were supposed to hate vanished. A
few years later, while hunting for thi
relic of the past, the editor discovered
in one ot the box-canyon chtls nn i
old weather worn iron door leading to i
an ancient Jesuit mine, the seclusion
of which was so perfect that it was
not necessary to be made a matter of
record. Lately a new and important !
discovery has been mule, being the
finding of a (light of stone stepj lead
ing down into a veritable cryptogram i
of working, which show ruby and na
live silver in va3t extent, eparUingl
with gold. And the most wonderful
thing of all, which the posted few have
been trying to keep quiet, is that the ,
old iron door has been found to be
another opening to this treasure vault, j
which is now known to lie immediate
ly beneath the "let pueblo" of the
first find. There is trouble and dis
content, here, however, over the fait
that thii discovery i so cloe to the
final line that that county may claim
it, and it is proposed to introduce a
bill in the Legislature that shall cut
ofl a liberal alice of Pinal and insure
this new disco-cry to good old Pima
and her sanitarium. X.
A .il In ctnjeiit .
Is one which is guaranteed to bring
e.u ratisfuctory resulte, or in case of
jailtire a return of purchase price.
On this safe plan you can buy from
our advertised Druggist a bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion. It is guaranteed to bring relief
in every case, when used for any atTec
ion of Throat, Lungs or Chest, such
as Constimption.Intlamation of Lung,
Bronchitis, Asthma, Whooping Cough,
Croup, etc., etc. It is pleasant and
agreeable to tate, perfectly safe, and
can :ilnas be depended upon.
Trial bottle free at Yonge's Drug
store. A I'ili Slurj.
Captain Tevis is a very successful
fisher, but if Speaker Clark tells the
truth on him, he ought to be expelled.
He says that before Tevis started out
to fish, lie went to a Chinese restaur
ant and purchased a dozen fish (fresh
ones.) The Chinaman not having
the requisite number of the fresh fish,
took four or five fried fish from the
table and put into Tevis basket. The
baptain can't see as well as he cou'd
twenty jcars ago, and didn't notice
tho cheat, but iust before the crowd
began to fish, it was noticed that the)
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
ADSOUJTELY PURE '
Cochise law-maker took a position up
the river several yards and lost out of
eixht of the rest of the company, and
wai only fulling a few moments,
whtn he landed a fine fish, then the
second and third", and the rest had
not gotten a bite, Tcvis was in high
glee, a.-id was induced to laugh at his
unlucky comrades. By and be one
of the party, curious to know how
Captain Tevis had caught six large
fish, while thebalancoof the partyhad
not even got a bitw, arrived at Tevis'
side jut as that gentleman landed an
other whopper. The intruder thought
the fish very limp on the hook, aud
taking hold of it was astounded to
find that Captain Tevis had caught a
fried fish; in fact already salted for
eating Looking at the fish and then
at Tevis, the assembly mnn from Yav
apai exclaimed, "'Tevis. I have always
heard that the Salt river was remark
able for its productions, but d n if I
ever thought that peich pies grew on
ihe trees and fried fish swam in
the river." Tevis looked at the fish
for a second and exclaimed in disgust,
"well, d n that Chinaman."
FOK NELUALGIA i HEADACHE
use Hough on Pain Instant relief for
Ulicumatism, every ache. ROUGH
OX COBXS. Liquid loc. Salve 10c.
Henry Marquard has a claim near
Turquoii, but a short distunes north,
vvhiah is turning out some of the rich
est rock in thatscclion. He will ai.iLe
a shipment in a few days. The ore
is a chloride and verv rich in silver.
Curo for ICIieimilitlMiii.
G G. Treat, of West Granville, M.ts
writes of AiJ-rex k'.-. Pokocs Plvstekr :
"For rliMiiiiiiisin, neuralgia, pain in
the side or hick, coughs cold, bruises
and anv local weakness, they truly
possess wonderful curative properties'.
I have recommended them to my
with the happiest results, many of
whom but for Altock'.s Plasters
would be in a crippled condition at
home. In every instance where they
have been faithfully and properly ap
plied the remedy has been wonderfully
A girl to do general housework and
cooling. Good wages to the right
person. Wanted in liisbee. For fur
ther particulars apply at this office.
For and in consideration of the sum
of f.100 we have sold and delivered to
Yec Lee Company eight horses and
mu'es, four wagons, plows, harrows
and rakes belonging to our fanning
outfit on the San Pedro river.
Hop Lee & Co,
Dated Tombstone, Feb. 10. lS'Jl.
Just received a new invoic- of
Choice old Port, Five year old Z!. nan
del, Sherry and Angelica wines. Also
fiiiesl brands of faml'y liqnors at
The new administrator of the San
Pedro custom house, Sr. F. Garcia
Ontiveros, accompanied By Srs. Ray
munde and Flores, is paying Tomb
stone it vi-it.
Just arrived from the east, the fol
lowing articles: Cape Cod Cranberries,
Apples, Full Cream Cheese, Mince?
Meat, Zantc Currants, Sour Krout,
New Orleans Molasses, Boston Black
Molassseg, at Hof.fler's, 024-t
From private advices we learn that
a new administrator, Sr. F. Garcia
Ontiveros has arrived at the San Pedro
custom house and it is rnmored that
tV-re will soon be an entirely new set
of officials there.
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
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