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TOMaTONE. ARIZONA. MONDAY EVENING, MaKCH a 1891
Baf4jfcK' 1 ! i.i . V-
Supplies a Specialty.
OCST rOR IMI'IIOVKH
And the Celebrated
TISTi. fGOT COVERS;,
Fresh Garden Flowers and Field
Seed Qonstsntly on Ha.id.
tio haro tho Exclusivo Control of
Anigan't las t cftr a prlzt t3 relt tUl
Cl3C:forlUUCSTUAD. rtrt Cat hsJt
GHE A!iD QHE HALF FOUNDS.
J xv. WOLUOTT.'
Fremont, bet. 3rd & 4th.
FRANK B. AUSTIN Proprictoi
Cor. 5th and Freiuu-
Stacle and Fancy
. Choice Brands of
1 KENTUCKY WHISK.
? Grain of all Kinds
Kept Coa.iaptlr ob Hand and
SOLO AT LOWEST PRICES
a. TE LS.m
ConiULllT OB HlBd. 1111
Tuiub lone, arlronat.
w "' vmvomm
Always in Stock.
8T. LOUIS BEER ON DRAUGHT
Ttf'li UrJTMat WUlifd rartof foiia -:t'
1 ITrn -" rVo7'
BAD ECZEMA 0 IAIY
Htmk aae alll Hare, lteMaa- Awful.
Urn f Tic HU Huto t Crdle.
Cara hx CaUi
t- little bor brek. oat on hi. hd w.th i K.,)
farmoreextma ween he n fuar month, old.
vt r-i rra are doctor, pat the did Dot help him .
Wetfen Bted Tonr Lhtei Uitict'ma Rtitiwn
ad aft er amac tfetm rlmi arreke eiaetljr accurd
log U dtrectluna.hc betu atedlly lolmprcve. and
after th Baa oXltx u lor tvn uao h hi. hMd va.
e0t.rrl7w.-ll. H bii . tn u uelsztt tu bead
a a .olid wtb rrora fh. rowa iu hi. .throws.
1 w.e alao .11 over hi. .in. nut ofhia Am. .im4
l I plwea oo dloVrrat parte at hi hadr. JTW
wcT..uta waeks that oekad to harp uakaada
tied la tba crime, and hold tfctat wbea o w. t
L up: B4kM to tp .HuttM Ms boa T3
kp hw sDjmntn. at at iHiwb, aa ha wcavd
at-rueh iTfec ealdla aay war ae laaaaa toore.
W khow your Cract-iu Kckkms eand kin
Welclitf. iareomeaeD4li)Ktaeai tootaert.
UIUV JAJCBTTA ilAKBJS. Wctxtcr lad.
I hitre atiter joonftr ibta mywlf whoaa
vrhou Jy cotr1 wiUi .cro'uU ran. bum
brdtofixt b cmU b4 lledowa.l BfLl aad
had &o brio lij daj. T (rlud adriMd tr to Trr
cuhdbtf. DOHA B KVINil.
IU. )lvuiia. Ohk(
The o Blood and bkiu PcrlBcr. udcntnl
ItJUmar RBMltcc. deuiK tb blood of all Ira.
P- a tod p. I.jnoua rlcraeata and thca rcaovea
tae cu-. bil. '"VTlctki. the gtrat ell cure.
andCvncoBA ioir. n cxqnlatU akla beaaiUrr,
clrartte .kta and kalp mad reatore the nalr.
Tho. t wCuuci'RA acMCDiaacare evtry apeclca
ofurlune. borsinc rrlT, rimplaQb blocehr aicta
aalp and bli(d dt.ea t.-wa pimple u mto24'.
Irom lr.I.ocj to age, wbea tUc but pby irlita UJ.
Sold everywhere. Price CUTICUtA. 50c: SOAP,
j;c;Kewjlv.nt, i. Prrtured by the Pun Ik
Ult'C ADCllkMILALCOXPOXATICH boUon.
BSend for "How to Cure Skia Dicase."64
pages, 50 illustrations and too teatimooUls.
RIDV'C fk,n aLd Btp pn.iS 41 and batia--d
tlwui a pj mocaA ?or Ar,oiBifiy pate,
PAINS AND WEAKNESSES
(l female latJmiT rrliercd tT 'bat
new, elertot. and tclailinle Antidote to
ltlB.I&Tlftmmaitota na Weaker-. Ike
viticva akt; ri rurriL
BISBEE, - ARIZONA
Horses cared for by the day, week or
month. Turnouts of all kinds
EXLA11GED, liEXOVATED ASD
better than ever prepared to eater to
the need of the public.
W. ADAM, - - Proprietor
lllen St.. Rt. C(h aa4 7tb
PASQTJALE NIGRO, PEOP.
Eferjone knowa that the Floeat kinJa
Are alwaja kept at tbla Old land.
Billiard and Pool Tables
Cor. Allen & Fifth St., Tombstonft
OARDnn & CO.
-r Mttiatv su :itiAm.:TArur
4 Kaarjr tirae-erlea.
OUAIX, HAT AXD WOO'J
Kejt roaatantlroo'TWnd. PC LD AT LOWK81
PrtlCR.H. CaBtryr'roBc eVBtt and hpid
J. V. VICKERS-
MINES, MONEY ,.
R KAT. ESTAT&i-Bouebs. Sold and Rented. "
I MINES Boajtht. Sold, and Managed.
MONEY LAWS Negotiated, and lareumeat
INSURANCE Fire. AcodeBtaod Life. Be
Cjeapaalci, Lowest Rates.
Tx.urt AiTa-icx c iVkx t c utmom
March lath and 14th,
A C CLONE Of MVsTKRY,
WONDERMENT AND 1IIKT1I
STEEN Jt WOOD'S
MYSTEttV AXU XOVEI.TIES!
r(rwatui2 tb Great Pheoonma,
TiSOZ) JJrla' Artkt who pva a Omuoe tlhl-
ttU U aileot TtatrmUuoa of TTixih', Mrala"
Tclecrarhi-uf Sec d 8i,-M
PROF, CI1A8. X. STEEN,
Tkt WcrW. Orcur.t Eapor of Sp.ri tuJism.
KD.VA, THE QUEEN OF THE AIB.
TV- Hiuaui Orchid. 1 he L djr U h-) U'alkl la Orvn
V. tiHoni t aad Mificlaa.
Xow open at
MINING EXCHANGE HALL
3IOSDAY Ai WEDNESDAY
"WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY
WedneKUj From 4 f 6
ainrdi)r Krora 2 to 4 33.
Prirate Isimoiu at ItfiaionaUe Ilat't.
Regular PrUet for (Tmtlencn y't erouj'prr
Isjon. Ladtet Freeo3 diss XiM.
Soiree Every Saturday Night ;
WALSH A HAWKK.
J?or Ioe-Cold Beer on Draught
THE ST- LOUIS BEER HALL
AXKZUSER BO-SCH EEIW1NC ASSO-
OIATION. OF ST. LOUIS
Wholesale and Retail.
Teaclierslxaminationsc-,:;; '3 x1jtl 1
The regular quaiterly ex
aminations for teachers' certi
ficates will be held at my
office in Tombstone, begin
ning on MONDAY, March
2d, 1JJ91, at 9 o'clock a. m.
and continuing two da.
F. N. WOLCOTT,
News of Importance From al'
Parts of the World.
And Condensed Into Fact
8PKCIAL DISPATCHES TO PKOSPECTOl.,
In New Yoik to-dav filver was
quoted at 96 J , lead, $4.40; an J cop
The President haa nominated
Thomas N. Hart to be postmaster at
The committee haing in charge
the raising of a fund for the widow of
Hon. Win. Windom, sec'y of the treas
ury, up to yesterday hail received sub
scriptions amounting to -$30,000. It
is the intention of the committee, said
Mr J. J. rviioi, the treasurer, to raise
enough to make the total $50,000.
Gen d Fonseca, who was chojen
provisional president of Brazil at the
lime of the overthrow of th'e emperor,
has been formally elected President of
It is unofficially stated that World's
Fair Commissioner F. J. Skiff, of Colo
rado, has accepted the position as chief
of the bureau of mines and mining.
PhyMoians in New Orleans statu
that there aro twenty-lite cases of lep
rosy in that city.
Anna Dickenson, the well-known
lecturer, i-t said to hae become de
ranged. Henry W. Blair, the present rna
tor of New Hampehire has been nomi
nated by President Harrison as minis
ter to China.
The bcuf plasterers d Chicogo will
not giant the demand of the union
for nn advance in wage. A strike i
Secretary Proctor has alectt-d the
following officers for dutv in connec-l
, lion with the eurvey and location of
! , , - . . i -t .
1 the proposed intercontinental railway
connecting orlh, Central ami boutli
I America: Captain Edgar L. Stcever,
Ltd n,.valrv: First Lieut. S. ,l. Foote.
! Lli Artillery, and Arthur Williams, 3d
Infantry; Second Lieuts. A. S. Rowan,
9ih Infantry; A. T. Buffinton, th In
j fsntry; C.A. Hedekin,3d Cavalry, and
Samuel Reber, 4th Cavalry. Three
other officers are
' making ten in all.
vet to be selected,
Ilstr r'rreraad Catarrh.
I Those alllictcd with either or both
troubles will appreciate this letter
, from Joshua Harvey, of number 5010
( Elm Ave . Philadelphia. Pa.
- -i ailcw iw-
, Pusters for thirty years and have al-
,... ,,, ., ,nJ,.Tn.w n r......
colds, pulmonary complaints rheuma
tism and pains in thc back. I alo
'was subject to violent attacks of cat-
arrh or hay fever; to cure this I cut
; a strip sufficient to cover the forehead
clear head and nose stopped running,
eyes bright, and all pain in the head
and nose gone. Sometimes 1 am at
tacked wilh extreme hoarseness, but
always relieved by AijCoth's Portors
pLArvrr.u around the throat."
rrlsrnfcd Arlsoasa Fnrm.
The Census Bureau announces that
there are 1075 irrigated farms in Ari
zona, having a total area of 05,821
acres. The average cost of land, in
cluding purchase price, fencing, plow
ing and water right, is $10.92 per acre,
ol wlncli $ vi represents me cost
I water right, and tl averag valuation
placed upon the land by the owners is
f 18C8 per acrp, including buildings.
The ateruge annual cost of water if
1.55 per acre, and the average an
nual aluoof farm products $13.92 per
acn', ranging from $9 20 in Maricopa
to $31 in Yavapai county. The acre
age now under irrigation approaches
the maximum (Keltic with the pres
ent water Mipply and methods ot util
ization, but the conservation of the
flood waters that now run annually to
waste would largely increase tlie area
susceptible of successful cultivation.
A consignment of onion sett and
Jerusalem artichokes just receied by
Jos. Hoetler. jan, 2 1 1
Showing tlitiOiitput of Gold
Sller for 1S!K).
The Director of the Mint has sub
milted to Congress a report on the
production of the precious metals for
the calendar year 1890. The gjld
product of the United Stales was 1,
55S,8S0 finj ounces (troj) of the value
of $32,845,000, an increa;o of $45,000
over the previous year. The silver
product of our own mints approxi
mated 54,500,000 ounces, correspond
ing at the average price of silver dur
ing the year to $57,225,000, and at the
coining value of silver to $70, 1 04, til 5,
a-ainst a product of 50,000,000 fine
ounces of the commercial value of
$40,750,000 and coining talue of $04,-
4W.161 in the preceding year, an in- geveMl veur( apo cUe-i,,;,, &
crease of 4,500,000 fine ounces in the Co.,of Des'.Moine, Iowa, commsneed
siiter product o( the United States last i thc manllracl,lriJ of a gougi, bVrllpf llC
yrar. Thc silver product of our smel- yKxie ;t lo be tlie mntlt j(roniI(l nIlll
ters and refineries was 0 J.920,927 fine' rciubk. preparation yet produced for
ounces. cough", colds and croup; that the nub-
Thc total value of the gold deposited , ,;c ,,ppri,c;,Uo tTae mcrjt arjd in ,ilIie
at the mints during the calendar year it wflg Cl.rUill t become popular,
was $50,217,103. The total amount of Tieir m0.t sanguin ll0pe3 ,,.ive l)0en
silver offered Tor sale to thc govern- 110ru lhjn Teayn0t. Over three hun
ment during the year was GS.l.ltJ.I.'.-' Jre1 ti,ollslitllj boltlesof ChauilterUiu'et
lineounces and theamount purchased C) ,,,,, KemcJy nre now M,i,j ei,
37.59473.95 fine ounces, costing $39,- j year .ln(, it irecogrljzej as ,lle r(est
991,840, the average e'est being $1.0d ma,le w,erever known. It will cure
er fine ounce. The Director esti- j .i severe cold in lest time than any
miles that Hie gold product of the. other treatment. For sale by H. J.
world for the calendar vear lt90 was'Peto.
$1 IfiAWfm. a falling off of $3,007,000 A n.'.",-, l.t.nti.t- an.l
from lSSO.iiiid that the silver product' .: ., mountains cast of
of the votld
was 139,050.000) ounces,
of 7,S59,375 fine ounces
l'iiltit antl -.
slirnt. ftttv 1'nlied Mri
i frcih ra chmch. y.
fIltm Utyt tel
, New n,,,rr ,,
t u yi M. (1 tisiu !- I
tell wtal w. in! -r Dr. K n j'
done for me. My linur
er.- ludly dieafd. and mv rlliinrs.
llnMtslit I would live only a fe weekr. I
! , , , ... ... ..f . v- ...
too' tire bottle, of Dr. Ki s New l)icor-
cr'"J "'" 'aaA "li "' cainl
i ir HetRtit.
Atthur Live, inmtager I.ovc" Funtir FolVt
Combination, writes "After a tliorotiQlt
triil and v-nvlnciu evllenee, I am coaS
detit Dr Klfjf's Ne Discovery f.r Con
fitinillon beats 'em all, and cine when
eveothinjj else falls The jreate.t kinourss
I ran do my tainy tliousind frisil. la to
nre tliein to try It." Free trial 1t le al
Yuiise'a Drujfdtore. Rju!ar jizesjO p.,.
Manuel Vcrdugo, the iiiunlcrer of
Louis Colin, who escaped from the
Pima county j-iil last fall has at last
been captured and is now in jail at
Alamos, Sonora. After making his
escape he passed through Altar and
reached Alamos. At that place he cut
a hole through an adobe wall and
robbed Hie deputy collector of inter
nal revenue, but was captured and
locked up. It is the general opinion
that Verdugo will be shot for his last
and previous ciimei". Nogales Her
ald. e, ,
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
Tun Star advances the theory tlut
prehistoric raco-t of Arizona were
uipedout by a Hood. Judging from
recent events this theory is not all
Tub direct tax bill will result iu re
turning to the States and Territories
about 10,000,000. which they were
coin lulled to pay early iu the sixties
to the general go eminent to aid in
the suppression of the rebellion.
Whether Arizona gets any or not has
not yet been determined.
The Treasury department has ap
proved the action of the Collector of
Customs at Buffalo, N. Y.. exacting
duty on natural gas imported into that
district in pipes under the Niagara
river from the interior of Canada.
Assistant Secretary Spaulding has in
formed the collector that no objection
is perceived to the court's suggested by
him of requiring daily entries of esti
mated quantities, and the liquidation
at the end of the month, according to
the quantities (hown by the returns
of the meter.
Not entirely through the fault of
the PitO'TECTon, mention of the nsn:e
of Miss Minnie Hart as the "Deeslrick
Skulo Teacher" was omitted from the
programme of exercises at the Scheiffe
1 1 ii Hall last Friday night. We make
amend by breaking our resolution nut
to make special mention of any parti
cipant by according to Miss Hart the
well earned reputation of hating sus
tained her character in a manner
illicit called forth words of prie
fro,n eerJ' "ne in llie n"l'ence.
Nitealus, inform the Record that in
the canyons and foothills he found
j many carcasses of joung sti.ck that
i had been dehorned lust tear. He was
lloutl in his curses at the irnelt.v of the
, owners of slock who dehorned their.
j stock and then turned them out on the
J range to jjc, and he expressed the
. . ,, , , i if . r .i . i.
I opinion that but one half of the calves
I dehorned last year are alive.
S. H. Clifford, Nw Ca?seJ,Wi., wri
troubled with Neuralgia and Rheunif
lism, his Stomach was disordered, his
Liver was affected to an alarming df
gree, appetite fell away, and he was
terribly reduced in lleh and strength.
I hree tnU'es of Electric Bitters cured
Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, III.,
had a running sore on his leg of eight
jeais' Mantling. Used lhrt.-e bottles of
Electric Bitters ami seven boxes of
Bucklcn's Arnica Salve, ami his leg is
sou ml anil well. John f-peakcr, Ca
tawba, ()., had five large Fever sores
on his leg; doctors said ne was incur
able. Oiiftbgltlu Electric Bitters and
one box Buckleiv's Arnica Salve cured
hint entirely. Sold at J. Vong-'s
The twenty men who lost their lives
iu the Socorro mine in Sonora l.t
July by the flooding of the mine have
just lssen unearthed. The todies vveie
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, i8S$
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