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TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. STUIU)AT EVENING, FBBUUA.lt al, 1891
Cor. 5th and Fremont Sts
I0E HOEFLEK - PROP'F.
MINERS" and iRANCHEKS
Supplies a Specialty.
AOENT KOH IMi'ltOVED
And the Celebrated
TENTS. rOOS COVERS,
Fresh Garden Flowers and Field
Seed Constantly on Hand.
Wa ho?a the Exclusive Control of
And don't kape to ctr a prtzt to ttlt tHs
CkJs. for lUVitElST HADE iry Cat lioll
ONE AND GSE HALF P0UK3S.
IP. '. W'OLCOTT,
Tjin'jstnic, A. T.
Fremont, bet. 3rd & 4th.
FU.VXK B. AUSTIN
Staple ami Fancy
Choice Brands of
Grain of all Kinds
Kpt Cositartly on Hand and
SOLO AT LOWEST PRICES
t dp . jl a
ASSAY ERS' SUPPLIES
Uona'stlr on Hand. lt
MoDonough & Nobile,
4,- S CST -li .. A Vi 1, 1 JKJJ
Always in Stock.
ST. LOUIS BEER ON DRAUGHT
TkUls ibe.riBMt BlUlard Partof to lib t U
BAD ECZEMA OH BABY
Head one MalldMare. ltrblag Awral.
Had I Tie Hla Uaada f Cradle.
Cared by Catlrara.
Oai llttl. bo broke oat on bl. bead with a bid
form of eczca.. when be wa. four month, old.
Vff tried three doctor but the did cot belli htt.
Wetten ord jroar lh-e Omenta Kixidio.
nd ilin d.ioc them eleten ek ei.ctly accord
ing to direction. , be bsg&a rUdiljr tolmprcre, a&d
titer the aMoftDtmloretveaiaoB. bthla bn4u
eimreljrw.il. When we beaa unci It bit bead
wa. a .ol'd .ore from thi run to hi. evebrow..
I w. lu .11 uter bl. er, mot of bl. uee, an I
it. 1 place, on different put. of hi. boty There
.ere tuteen week, tb.t wr b.d to keep bl. tuoda
tied to toe cradle, and bnlj tbem when ne wa. ta
V i Dp; .n! had toieep mittens on bl. band, to
keep bl. tn?er-ntl. out of tbt orr, ub; would
.cratch tf be cunld to arty way rta bi band, Ick.
We khow yoor Ccticvha Kimiii. cart-d blm
We 'e-l ..fe in r comrarnMnif tbem tom&er.
liEO A JAMtTTA HAliKlS. Web.ler lid.
I bare a .liter conger than rrylf wno
nbul. btxlj wa csTcrnl with Krolul. !-, fjom
he-d to fo t. Kb. coal J not 11. Co wo at night and
badGo neae. brd.y. t rrlrnd adi.ed ber to try
tbalciccaa IttaaDix.. bbe eld .0, and thee
curvdbj. VUXi B a'dYI.M).
Tbe new Bltod and skin Paris, r, and creiteat
of llaioor Kemedle., cJc.nte. tbe blood of .11 Ira.
pen'ir. and p. I.inoc. element, and tbn. remove
itecaut', xtile .'fncrxA, tbe great bk.1 care,
and liTicrm Soar, an cxqul.lle klu beantla-r.
clrrtte .kin and .kalp and restore tbo balr.
Tbn- tueCcnccaa atiEDit.cur. er.ry .peels,
of lirbin?. boriiine .caly, pimply anb blotchy Kin
6alp aud blotd ditearee f-otn pin pie tora-cf ila
lrm ir.Iacc to ace, wben tbe be.t pbi tclana f.vl.
SM eCT herc Price. CL'TicviA, 50c: Soap,
s;c. .REStiLVtNT, ji Prepared by the PjTTE
Ukva and Ghimical CocruKATibx bouon.
waiend for "How to Cure Skin Disease!. '6-l
pafes, 50 illustrations and ido tcumonuls.
DADV'C klD Ld B.alp lurlfltd and braatlaed
DmDI O hy CcnrcBA '-Ar. Ab.olnttly pnie.
PAINS AND WEAKNESSES
l ftfTDftlr lurt'Dliv rflievra ttT 'Dal
iirw, rlcfanr. &ndt J!ile Antldwlr Jo
KlE.lDnmuiirn and Wtkn-n, Ike
CCTICCRA AKTX P! PLirTfR.
BISBEE, - ARIZONA
Horses cared for by the day, week or
month. Turnouts of all kinds
ENLARGED, UESOVATED AND
better than ever prepared to cater to
the needs of the public.
J. W. ADAM.
Allen St.. Bet. 6th and 7tb
PASQTTALE NIGRO, PROP.
Eierjone know, that the Finest kinJ. ol
Ar always kept st this Old Stand.
Billiard and Pool Tables
Cor. Allen & Fifth St, Tombstone.
Ll(tirK4 Al :i;atif. StTAPUC
mad faory tirwerrlea,
OaAIN, UK? AND WOO'J
Ke-t TooatanMy on nd. 8C LO AT LOWESI
PHlCKS. Oonatry rrraore B okH and fo'd.
J, V. VICKERS-
RKAL. ESTATE BxiRbt, Sold and Rented.
MINES Bonifbt, Sold, and Managed.
MONEY Loans Neeonated. and InrestraeBt
INSURANCE Fire. Aecideot and Life. Be
Companies, Lowest Rates.
I PlOMrt ATTMTIOX GlTEX f CwIXSCTIOMt
FOUKTII A.-.M.'A. 1IAI.I..
WaaltltsKtoB Cstinp ?fo. 1 1. O.
. tfA. sst .Mtnlusr Kichance
Hall, in Honor at Wa.hlac
loa'a ltlrlhday,.Tluniluy Iltcu.
Ins;, February 93d
Immediately following the entertain
ment in Scliietfclin Hall.
F. X. Wolcotl,
V. P. Shanley,
J. J. Moutz,
Ralph A. Smith,
Geo. A. Page,
J. V. Bodrio,
John P. Water,
A. H. Emanuel,
D. K. Watdwell,
V. I). Waters,
T. E. Dalton,
A. H. Emanuel, J. J. Moutz,
W. P. Shanley, F. L. Moore,
F. X. Wolcott, Win. McFeeley,
J. X. McDonougli.John P. Waters.
D. K. Ward well, W. W. Woxhnan.
A. L. Grow, J. W. KeUo,
J. J. Patton, Brure Evans,
H. S . Ford, vK. Bradley,
A. Wentworth, E. W. Perkins,
Frank Lane, S. M. Barrow,
Philip Hart, Ralph A. Smith,
A. B. Staniger.
A. B. Staniger.
Miuic by Fort Huaclnir.t Military
StrinR Band. Ticket? mlmitttug gfn
tleman and ladies, l.."iO. td-dli
March l.'ttli and 14'Ji,
A C CLONE OF M VnTER V.
WO.VDElliIE.VT AND MIR'U
STKKX Jt WOOD'S
MYSTEUV AND XOVEI.TIKS!
PftteDlin; tbe Great Phnonirn&,
MARTHA E STLEN
TheOoly Litn Art. hi ive a Genuine EihU
Utiri of a.lei.1 Trtiraliiion of Though, Menta
Telegr.phy n4 Sec nl Sight
PROF, CHAS. N. STEEN,
The Wtrl't Or eat- tt VLxjt t n iulim.
EDXA, THE QUEEN OF THE A!H
TSe llusuti Orchi". I ke L Oy VMiO Walk- in Oin
WILL B. WKI,
Vctttla;ut t tid MagH-'an I
MINING EXCHANGE HALL
MONDAY AX1 WEDNESDAY
CIIILDHKN 6 CLV.rf
WEDNESDAY & SATUICDAY
Wednesday Fr. m 4 t'.6.
."vjtnrday From 2 to 4.30.
Private Ismom at Rruxonable Ilate.
Regular Prices for Gentleman 7"i eent1 per
I.cuoD. L,-u!iei Free on CUsi Xijlits.
Soiree-Every Saturday Night
WALSH ct HAWKE.
All persons indebted to me
will please settle with Dick
Trezona, who will receipt for
the same. '
Tombstone, Feb. 5; 1891,
News ot Importance From al'
Parts of the World.
And Condensed Into Fact
?PKCUI DIPPATCUKS TO PBOSPXCTOa.
In New Y01U to-lav silver
quoted at 93, lead, $4.40; and
The bill making prize-lighting a
penal offense has passed the Teias
A bill gitiug the suffrage to women
has passed the lower house of the Kan
Ingalls h.i resigned his office of
President of the Senate.
A tru.t for the lighting of the city
of St. Louis has been formed, with a
capital of .fl.000,000.
Bbud has written a letter in which
he hcores Cle eland for his stand on I
the nilrer question and declares that
Cleveland is out of the Presidential
Senator-elect Kyle is said to be in
eligible to the office of Senator from
South Dakota, not being a resident.
Tho Pan American Construction
company, with a capital of 10,000,000,
h.itbeeu formed. 1 1 object is a north
and south road through Mexico.
P. T. Sherman, son of Gen. Sher
nim, conducted the services at the
i;rac of his father today in St. Louis
The Wisconsin Senate ha passed a
resolution against tho passage of the
Over four inches of rain has fallen
in southern California sfnee last Sun
dy, and it is still raining.
The Utet victim of the Sioux was
found vesterday in the woods near
Pine Ridge.uud as a white boy hang
ing by the heels.
A mining engineer has just returned
to Chicago from Mexico and reports
finding a tin deposit near Bolanos
more valuable than that of the Black
KOIC OVF.rt I'lrTi VKAIIK.
An old well-tried remedy. Mrs
Wins'ow'a Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers fur their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes
the child, softens the gums, allays rll
pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for Diarrhcea. 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 ask for Mrs. Win
slon'V Soothing Syrup, and take no
Itev. J. Menatil, general Synodical I
missionary for Arizona and Xew
Mexico is in the city. He will remain
several days in the interest of the
Presbyterian church here. Services
are announced for to-night and also
for Sabbath moiuing and evening, at
the usual hours of 11 a.m. and 7:30
p. m The sacrament of the Lord's
supper will be partaken of Sabbath
morning at forenoon fervice.
TIia Virartiffiia rnnal tL-fion SAmnTfilril
..- ...-..-9 . .-..v.. .w...t..v... .
will reduce the distance by water be-1
iHt-eii .icw iuik auu omi rrancisco
now 1 1,810 miles via Cape Horn, to
47C0 miles, saving 10,080 miles. Be
tween Xew York and Valpariso the
distance saved would be 50.M) mil's,
between Xew York and Callao, C97G
miles, and between Xew York and
Guyaquil, 8418 miles. Between Xrw
Orleam and Sn Francisco the distance
cMjr v ""nC1"
saed would be 11,000 miles, and be
I wee 11 Liverpool and San Francisco,
7182 miles. The time of transit
through the canal for ordinary steam
ers is estimated at 2S hours, and the
capacity of 20,000,000 tons per annum
Stati.tics of the world's commerce af
ford ground for the belief that should
it be finished within the time limited
by the concession, a traffic of 7,000,000
tons per annum will be ready to use
the canal at its opening, on which it
proposes to levy a toll of $2 M
COWll ICKl'OK IN.
The following instruments
riled in the recorder's office
3 p. m. yesterday :
Rocky Point, Dos Cabczas district;
O. T. Smith.
Tin Springs, Dos Cabezas district;
A. J. Smith.
True Blue, Last Chance, Mina Chi
quite, Dos Cabezas district; Territorial
Areola, Terri Haute, Dos Cabezas
district; C. V. Lodge.
Cum to S5.U.I-.
Xeit Friday evening the Ladies'
Aid Society of the Methodist church
will give an entertainment entitled the
"The Deestriok Skule of Fiftv Yean,
Skule will "take in" at S p. m. in
Schiefielin Hall- The morning session
A'ill be devoted to doing sums, classes
in A. B.C. and Primer, Reading, Spel'.'
inp. Geography and Grammar. 1
Being the '"last d.n", the afternoon '
will be enlivened Jy Dccbtiua'i'iiis ,
Song, and K-sars, visits from the
School Committee and others.
Mehitable Svkcs, Patience Peleikin,
Salvation Bradford, John P. St. John,
Jerusha Cooper, Ichahod Peabody,
Bill McKinley ami Deliverance llig
gins will read composition". Temper
ance Ilarnhorn, Sally Lucindy Jopson, power to such a road, whether it be in
Mike O'Flynn.Obadiah Jertd Wilkins, 1 tbe nature of direct subsidies or by
I.ove Sparks, Honevsuckle ai-d her exemption from taxation for a niiiii
twin sisters Hannah Maria and Sam-' ber of vears of all roads couslrucKil
inta Diana will speak piece-". , during the next few years. Tucson
Admission 7c. Children 2."ic. Tick-1 Star.
ets on sale at Yai'I.e'-'.
Hin-Ulri.V Arulrn ralir,
j Tits Best Salve in tbe world for
i Cuts, Bru'ses. Sores. Ulcers, Silt
' Klietim, rer Sort?, Chapped Hands,
Chilblain-". Corns, and all skin Erup-
t ou,and po-itivily cures Pile-, or tio
piy rctiniied. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refund-
ed. Prico centa per b ti. F.r raid
by J. Yonpe.
The cae of the LT. S. vs Kgloft wa
heard before Chas. Granville Jdmston
last Thursday and a further hearing
postponed until next week. All cases
of violation of IT. S. laws have hitherto
been heard before a court commission
er but upon looking up the statute, it
win found that the hearing of siuh
cases is given the widest latitude,
almost any city or couu.y official
being qualified to act as U. S. judge.
Wanted To buy a complete set of
second hand tinner's tools ; cheap.
Geo. B. Mak.sh,
2-17-tf Xogales, Arizona.
G. E. Braly, the pioneer dairy man.
will deliver milk anywhere in thb city
al reasonable rates during the winter
Rev. F. W. Downs will preach an
illustrated -Trap" sermon in the M
K. church, Sunday morning at II
o'clock. Sunday school at 12 o'clock.
At night, commencing at 7 o'clock
there will be a discourse appropriate
to Washington's Birthday on "Patriots
Mini M luusuii . (i.ji.
the occasion will pe rendered. Every-
Highest of all in Leavening Power
. y -
SPIRIT OF THE PRESS.
Diilo't'itt Itleas on I,le Topics
by Our Et-hnii;'s.
The Star fators woman suffrage.
We are witfi you. Brother Hughes, to
the end. If an intelligent woman
i-u't capable of voting, there is some
thing wrong with our system of gov
As et we have failed to notice nheie
a member of either branch of the
Legislature has made the necessary
move towards seining an appropria
tion for the World's Fair. Every one
understands that the Harrison net
bars Territorial legislation, but that
should not deter our Legislature fiom
memorializing Congress, and the
sooner the better; in fact it should
have been done clready. Buckevc
The anathemas that will in future
be heaped upon the present Legisla
ture, if it should pass the twmty
years' exemption bill for railroav ,
would, if members could realize V,
make them hesitate before pasting
such a law. Journal-Miner.
If the Legislature abolish the oflii o
of Attorney General and pass the nna
recently in hand for the benefit of tl e
district attorneys they will feel like
protiug an alibi when an economical
expenditure of 110,000 fniW to protict
'he interests of the Territory a. se
curely as f2,."00 has done it herein-
fore. There is economy in being eco
nomical with such class of legislation.
There is a strong sentiment through
out Arizona in favor of aiding tlie con
struction of a north and south rail
road. 1 be people are willing and
anxiuiH to give all the aid in their
Cure lor ICheu ma liolu.
G. G. Treat, of We-a Granville, .Mass
write- of Alltoi k'. Poi.ors Pi.astkkk :
"For rheumatism, neuralgia, pain in
the si le or hick, coughs colds, bruises
and anv local weakness, th-y truly
' I"""" wonderful curative properties
' ' -ve recommended them to my
, "i'h the happiest result-, many of
I whom but for Aluock' Pi.ANTKR-i
would lie in a crippled condition at
home. In every instance where they
have been faithfully and properly ap
plied the remedy his been wonderfully
Bfcknith is over
Win Kieke states that every one is
smiling in California over the rain,
and farmers go around the streets hug
ging ejeh oilier.
A consignment of onion setts and
Jerusalem artichokes just received by
Jos. lloefltr. jan,21 t
Tuiur from Huachuca will be in
town on the 23d. Leave orders at office
of this paper. 20 if
Just arrived from the east, the ful
lowing articles: Cape Cod Cranberries,
Apples, Full Cream Cheese, Mince
Meat, Zante Currants, S.iiir Krout,
Xew Orleans Molasses, Boston Black
Molaeests, at Hof.ilf.u's, 024 t
The three year limit, in the attorney
B0,,era! biH mceU ,he aPrl of the
l'ar aD" Pc0Ple'
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.