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Cur. 5 t!i and Fremont Sis
JOE HOEFLER? - PROFP.
.MINERS' and RANCHERS
Supplies a Specialty-
AbKST TQll IMl'KOVKD
And the Celebrated
Fresh Garden Flowers and Field
Seed Constantly on Hand.
la's havo the Exclusive Control of
Ak4 don't iar to ofii a prtie to left V-'s
Gscdt. for iUUit E$7 XADE. E&ergCamAoUa
GNE AND OhE HALF POUNDS.
F. IS'. -VVOLUOTT,
Tjarjstoiic, A. T.
Fremont, bet. 3rd & 4th.
FRANK B. AUSTIN Proprietor
Staple and Fancy
Choice Brands of
Grain of J Kinds
ti-tr. Cjuittnilf on Hand and
SOLO AT LOWEST PRIC S
jm Jb"m.X.aL JC. M.HZ. v
Co&jtUatlr on Hand. )III
McOonough & Nobile,
' Always in Stock.
8T LOUIS BEER ON DRAUGH1
tV(U ttu na:t Billiard Parlor Soita aflU
TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRlUltX 25, 1891
BAD ECZEMA ON IABT
HraMMMMrt. llrtriajc Awftat.
Urn f Tie ! Kavaata UraUle.
Oat Mil. hor broke oat oa kl bead sttfc a ta4
f-vat feea-mv wWo h, tm fiaraoaib at.
Wrirtedttim-d"Clarbt tic did sot help bloi.
Wteo sac4 jrosr th et Crnem Intun,
&ad after oatcc item rlevea w-ka oitctlj ftrcuid
l02tollni:.ul.lbatadl). loimprcn. sihI
4 emlrely . When wabt.aa nunc It M brad
wa aoaaaure jrom ihiaruirat A.Tbrow
I nuiltoill urerhH cm, not o4 him ttcr, ibI
i" 1 plaoea on dlff-Kit put of tu. bo r. Tket.
wrr timers wteka thai we sad to keep ctw hand,
iM to the c-d'e, sad tiki them when oe wu ta
kei so: .t but to i eep nines oo kle bDil la
keep hi laic-nalla oa oT tht wrm, u b, w uld
M-rucb if be c.old la any aj cea feia baodt louve.
Wekhowoar Crricca KmzDila cored blm
Hefc-leafe tar corammainitthera tooioer
USO II JAXKTTA UAKRIS, Wttxhr lad
'' Scrofula Cared
I hire t.t,r yentrr tban )rc)f vboi,
aheli buly u eorerl n,tb cio'aIa to e. fjom
ard lo foot hc omiII act ltcovna ntgbt and
fcadLu iac' brday. v frtcbd adviMO br to try
lb, i rMcCRA Rtainiaa. be Lid to, and tbrr
ccrcd b r. toltA a XdXIXU.
Ilu tjlraa.a Objo,
Tbr n: Blood and Slin Par a r, aid K,tet
f Humor Rtncdle. t'tum tbe blood or all lm
pnitii and p Ujkosa tlcmfnt aod tboa remove,
tbe cans', while" mctaa. tb (trrat Bkl core,
and CiTid'aa Sr, an txqnlntu tkin beialla-r.
dear t' e rkln and kalp abd mtor tbo balr.
Tbn taeCcncraa amtnica core etry .pecle
of itrbicz. barniDK fCilj, plmplj anb blMchv il.
acaip aca ulna auearee rrom
lrata lefacer to age, wben tbe
le.t pb) Iclanttul.
Sold ereiyuhCTe. Price. CVTICVBA. 5dc:Sqap,
2i;c..RLiol.t.sT, ji. Prpurrd br ihc P.TTEK
Dktc ASOCiiiNiLALCoxroKAil&x boitan.
taend Tor "How to Cure .skin Diicses."&l
Pe. jo illustrations and too testimonials.
DIDV'P bkinacdskalpio A d and bematla d
DAD! uyCtTicraa wtr. Abaolntely pure.
PAINS. AND WEAKNESSES
ui lemair nuiii y rriinva ry '0i
nw, cIcr&nT.aadiciail.Ie Anl.4tto
rla.Ii.tUmatioa and 7leakLef Ihe
Ccticcwa Attn fai pLArrsK.
BISBEE, - ARIZONA
Horses cared for by the day, week 01
month. Turnouts of all kinds
ENLARGED, KEXOYATED ASH
bctUr than ertr prepared to cater to
the nerds of the public.
J. W. AD AW.
Allen St.. Bet. 6th and 7ll
PASQUALE NIGBO, PKOP.
Ereryone know that tbr Flneat UnJa
Aralaya kept at tblt Old Stand.
Billiard and Pool Tables
Cor. Allen A Fifth St.. Tombstone.
t:eT. !VI :iJB8. HTAFLf
b.4 faaaejr Vrvecrlea,
OttAlS, H.kT AND WttO J
Kt roai-an-lr oo Hand. tL TJt AT LOWES I
rnfl'Ks. Cooutrj'rTface-IKirM and m'd
J. V. VICKERS-
RiAI. ESTATE lijught. SoM 4nd Rented.
MINES Bonght. 5o!d. and Minifed.
MONEY Lotas Nrgotmel,.aad lorrtlment
INSURANCE Fire. Accident aad Ufe. rV
Coaipacics, Lowest Katrs.
F . n ArrtK.io CtN t. Com . cno
March l.'Ith and 14tti,
A Ck CLONE OF MVsTERY.
WO.VDiHUfENT AD U1RTH
JIYSTEKV ANI XOVCI.TIES!
P etn ir2 tie Crut Pbmon'oa,
TbaOoSy litU. Artt hl eie a Genuine Eihl
bui.ii of Jcnt Tr i-m'toton of fb uih lenU
Telejriby anl 8cc fad Sighl
ruor. ciias. x. steex,
Tbe WurU. Oieat at Ekponer cf spm'naliim.
KD.VA. TilF. QUEEN or THE AIR.
Tbe Human Oretud. Tie L-dj- h3 Wtlkf la Opn
WILL B. WOOD.
V.tiDoqui t and M'cicUn.
Now open at
MINING EXCHANGE HALL
MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY
WEDNKSDAY & SATUICDAY
WeJneliy From 4 t 6
Front a to 4 30,
I'ritate Istsont at JUatonable lUites.
Regular Prices fot Gsi'lenm '-ft eenli per
I-euon. La.hrt Free 0.1 Cl.iis M1H1U.
Soiree Every Saturday Night
WALSH & HAWKE.
'or Ice-Cold Beer
I fit O I LUU.O DLLli nnLL
AXHEUSFK BUSCH EtEWING ASSO
CIATION. OF nI LOUIS
Wholesale and Retail.
A plrto VAUTIN CUsTZLLO
All persons indclited to me
will please settle with Dick
Trczotia, who will receipt for
Tonibstoife, Feb. o, 1891.
Sf rtulul for Disease of tbe
Eje, Ear, Xnse and Tliro.i,
Has returred frnm Europe, and rrsu-aed tbe
practice of hU profestit n.
Mec 14 flrai
News of 'Importance -From aT
Parts of the World.
And Condensed Into Fad
r-PEClAL DI8PATCBKS TO PROitrxCTOk
In New Yotk to-dav silver
quoted at 93, lead, fiAO; and cop
Captain F. L. Berry, general agent
of the Atlantic anl Pacific reports
forty inches of snow in the vicinity of
Flagstaff, and states that the washout
tliis side of Wi.islow, caused from the
I.ittlo Colorado river, which is boom
ing, has been remedied and trains now
pass without fear of danger.
The proposition to move the capi
tal from Santa Fe to Albuquerque
was killed in the House by a vote of
If to 10.
The tire last night at Kansas City
was not gotten under control until
almost 2 o'clock this morning. The
cati!-e of the fire is a mystery. That
it originated in lha basement tinder
Wells Fargo & Co.' otliee is a well es
tablUhed fact. The whole of the block
burned is heated with fleam anil light
ed by electricity. It is thought that
the fire was started from defeclhe
insulation in the electric is. loss
is cotiiiKilcd from $240,000 to $250,000.
A dipntch from I'lescotl umiomi
cph th death " of Joseph Key rold,
familiarly known as "Diamond Joe"
He was the owner of the Diamond Joe
line of s Ira nitre piling between St
Paul and St Louis and was the sole
ncr of the Hot Springs in Arkana
and had large mining interests in Col
or.ido and Arizona.
ep"cial from ArtaiwasCity, K.i
ml : Thursday morning the Trav lor.
a daily paper of this ci'y, in an edito
rial, raid ihnt letters had been ret cited
from Congressman Perkiiwand other'
s.iying that cttI(T3 in the Cherokee
nutlet could legMly hold their home-
.l.lilj 1 n MI...1, t. . n.l... t ... 1.
P'l'1". 3 C31I11 fclllll?ailll3 Ul (ICUJIIU
have gone in.
ThN morning the Twenty-eighth
street wall of the Fifth Ave. theatre,
New York, fell in with a crash and
broke the water mains running
through Tweutyeighth street. That
thoroughfare is flooded as far as
It ii reported that two or three men
are injured, but at present no further
particul.trs are known.
Owing to Ihe illness of Mr. Fow
derly the cinference of labor organiza
tions to arrange plans and perfect
measures for aggressive educational
and political work in 1892 has hern
j temporaiily postponed. The real ob
Ijectof the conference will be an at.
tempt to organize a third party, carry
ing out the scheme proposed at the
convention of the Farmers' alliance.
On account of leaving Tombstone, I
offer my lodging house and furniture
for sale at a very low price. For fur
ther particulars apply on the premises.
Mrs. Beli e Skluvan,
2 10 lw Allen street, near Seventh.
G. W. Swain has been appointed
United States Commissioner, and as
such had Pete Egloft before him this
morning. Calvert Wilson looked after
the p'osecution of the case and James
KciUv the (Jefcr.se. The testimony-
went to show that Egleft had been in
Ihe habit of bnnfirg trtRi thirty to
fifty gallons of me-cal to the post at
time and selling it to the soldiers. At
least this ras testimony of those who
drank it. The evidence, however, did
not show whcthea-theyeawlhirty gal
lons nfter Itiey drank tho mescal or
N A Moore, El Paso.
31 M Martin, Los Angeles.
Win Shilli.im, Bensou.
John A Duncan, Kansas City.
T J Bunn and wife, Blonniington.lll
G T Williams, New York.
J L White and wife, Bloomingtoil!l
Calvert Wilton, PheniK.
Prof Holsingcr, Huachuca.
A J Waddell, Bisbee.
THCGGED FOR PELF.
MitrdcrouN As'iuilt on a Citlen
at Fort Ilttncbucu.
A foldier named G. M. Johnson was
brought in to-day from Fort Huachu
ca on a charge of having assaulted a
citizen named Frank Miller ith a six
shooter, witli intent to murder and rob
him. Miller i-( pretty badly iifed up
and it is feared that his skull U frac
tured. Further particulars of Ihe assault
upon Miller by the soldier at Huachu
ca goes to show that he was enticed
down to the corrals b rCvertd 01 them
and when there was ct upon by a
number of them and beaten until he
waj insensible and then robbed. As
soon as possible he gave the alarm.
The commanding oflicer gave orders
for the men to bo drawn up in line,
and Miller pointed out one who he was
sure did most of tho blood) work. His
quarters were searched and blood
found on many pieces of clothing and
he w.vs arretted and sent over here.
Subscribe for the PnopncroR
IIIf tiirtl-M I.ucU.
Gird's Leet sugar factory at Chino
is creating a boom in that section. 1 he
Champion of last Friday sa)s-
"Up to this morning there were
renttd a little over 1850acrts fur beets
and over 1000 for torn, barley and al
falfa. rI ho tendency lo tngagc iu
groaing beets i increasing Reports
here are to the eflict that beets will be
grown at Downey. El Monte, Sp.ulra
and Onloriii; and if the people of Or
ange county can lie itMii'ed of the ex
tension of the Chino Valley railroad
in m.isoii to haul their crops to the
Chino factory, they will devote 2000 to
3000 acres to beots "
Another chiM killed by the u-t; of
opiates given in the form of sooth
ing svrnp. Why mothers give their
children such deadly poion is surpris
ing when they can relieve the child
of its peculiar troubles by using Dr.
Acker's Baby Sootrer. It contain?
no opium or morphine. Fold by J.
Mr. John A. Duncan came in to-day
from Tcvis mining camp. He reports
the riccnt rains so heavy that one of
ihe shafts was filled to the surface
with water and all efforts to turn the
stream away from the shaft proved fu
J. S. Bobbins and wife left to day
for their Ash can) on rinch, where
they will spend the summer.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
Sent Uatk to Their Old Sinmp.
ii Grounds, In Time to Assint
In a Spring Canip:i(;ii of Mur
der mid Pillage.
A car load of Apache Iudians, who
have been held as prisoners of war in
Florida for the past three or four years,
passed through Albuquerque early
Sunday morning for J'ort Wingate,
where they will be retained as piison
er under military guard. They are
teported dving off in Florida, and a
portion of the cut-throats confinrd in
that State with Gcronimo are now re
turned to within a few miles of their
old haunts. Geronimo is not with the
bloody red devil, that passed through
to Fort Wingate. What has become
of him no oue Luons, or at least they
are reticent upon that point
FOB NEURALGIA &. HEADACHE
use Rough on Pain Instant relit f for
Rheumatism, every ache. ROUGH
ON CORNS. Liquid 15c. Salve 10c.
Mr. J. L. White and wife, accom
panied by T. J. 1J u ii n and wife, of
Bloomington, 111., came in to-day and
will remain several davs before pro
ceeding to California. Mr. White 13 a
brother of Si White, of the Conlen
tion company, ami is aUo one of the
heavy owners in the Mamie and Blue
Mixr.i:- vmi Pnii-PhirroKs. Wanted
to know the location of some good
dry placer diggings, where newly in
vented dry vvashercanbe applied; cor
espondencc solicited. Gi-.o. M. Reed,
4I! Mvrtl-jSl.. Waltham Mass. 2 2.3m
If jou want fine straight whisky, of
the most celebrated brands, drop into
the pony Saloon and satisfy yourself
that this is true. The Pony also car
ries the finest brands of domestic and
imported Brandies, Wines, Ales, Por
ters, and all kinds of liquors. Ice
Cold Drinks of all kinds a specially.
jThe Carmen Key West Cigar is the
I finest for the money to be had in Ari
zona St. Loui Anheuscr Busdi Lacer
liter on draught at all times. No fav
orites. Come all.
Providence permitting, Jim Casson
and Miss Ellen T. Dovle, all of Bisbee,
will be married to-morrow morning iu
that camp by the Rev. Fa'her McNal-
ly, of Oakland. Both parties arc well
and favorably known in Tombstone.
The many Tombstone friends of the
couple wi-h tl'.cni a happy wedded
There is no danger of a odd result
ing in pneumonia when Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is used a directed
"for n severe cold." It effectually
countciacts and arrests any tendency
or a cold to result in pneumonia. This
fact as fully proven in thousands of
cac- during the epidemic of inlllKjnza
last winter. For sale by II. J. PeO.
J. W. Stump came in from Ash can
jon this morning. He reports a fall
of three inches. of rain last week and
a fall of a little over two inches on
Monday night last, making a total of
live inches for ten dajs pa-U
It is reported in Apiche count) that
a valuable find in the shape of a ledge
of excellent coking coal has been dis
covered near St. John.
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, iSSg,
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