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MARCH, - -
irMa 4c Nonthrailtr
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Bisbee 7.00 r m Fairbank 9.00 a.m.
Fairl-ank 10.00. m. Bisbee 12.30 n'n
Daily, except Sunday.
Be. Wiujavs, Supt.
Hie nllnwine i t1i- ranee of tl
thermo eter for the 24 hctir endinir
3 o'clock p. m. Match 2 .
The Atlantic and Pacific road is tak
lag pencer and expresa matter,
but the mail i neglected.
Prevents tendency to wrinkles or
peine of the skin. Prevents wither
ing of the tkin or dryine up of the
flesh. Nature's wonder for preserving
youth and freshness. 50c bottles at
There irx an increase in earnings
of the S. P. road representing money
paid by merchants and others of Wil
cox and vicinity of $13,000 in the year
1890 as compared with the previous
The member of the Ladies' Aid
Society f the M. E. Church tender
their sincere thanks to all who in any
way helped to make the 'Decftnck
Skule" a success.
Minnie J. Hart, Stc'y.
Foil Bent The Miner' rei-tntirant
at Bisl.ce. A. T. 2-C-tf
J. H. White's Freeh Rancli Butter
at Wolcotfa. 7-1'J-tf
There in no dancer of h cM result
ing in pneumonia when CliamW-rUiii'
Cough Keniedy is used as directed
"for a severe colli." It effectually
counteract and arrest any tendency
of a cld to result in pneumonia. rlii
fact was fully proven in tluuands of
cases during the epidemic os infiueni
last winter. For alu by H J. Poto.
Fresh garden and (lower seeds. El
Paso onion seed and alfalfa seed at
Look-out for the M-tiun Dure ad
Full line of Llilt-r "d Misses Kills
ber Orenlar Mt P.ml 1$ Wniek'ii'
atbjw prices. IS r
I-., ilit- I. il.il.-.
Mis Xi-llie WM-h h" iHkeii li.rge
of the Can fun rilMiirjiil. mil in fu
ture will iiniiin-i ilmt faritt leU--in
the sinie nmniMT lits liar : r
lied its past iiinn.ig' iiienl. .-he re
spectfnlly -ks a slnr ii the patron
age of tin- p t'die ami will en lenvor to
please ll it rtn.
Jiki arrival r u ih et-t, she f
lowing ariiils: Chp"'h-I Crniile-rri,
Apples, Full Cream Clitese, Minn
Meat, Zanle Currant-'. 6--ur Krout,
New Orleans MoU-ie., I!oton Black
Mo!nsi-s., at IIorFuVs, 024 t
llu: Kr ItWtter ! !
L. A. Engle is now running a fat
two-horse rig between Tombstone nd
Bisbee. leaving Tombstone at 7 :30 a
m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridavs
and Bisbee on alternate days, at (ami
hour. Orders for passage or freight
to be left at store of Geo. II. Fitts
Tombstone. Office at Bisbee at
just received a new invoic of
Choice old Port, Five year old Z.ntan
del. Sherry and Angelica wines. Also
finest brands of fami'y liqnors at
O. E. Braly, the pioneer dairy man
will deliver milk anywhere in the city
at reasonable rates during the winter
Miners and Prosfectoks. Wanted
to know the location of some good
dry placer diggings, where newly in
vented dry washercan be applied; cor
espondence solicited. Geo. M. Reed,
43 Myrtle St., Walibaoi Mas. 223iu
A SPECIAL AGENT
Turn Up in New Mexico with
The inhabitants of our iter Terri
tory are celebrating their release from
bondage. The Buzzard employees ol
tliHlnterinrdepartineui I ave been sent
home and the goose hangs high. The
name of the new man U Leach, and
here is what the SiUer City Emcir
prise says of him:
'.Mr. Leach conies here without en
instructed bias against oir people.
He does, not aumo hat each and
every individual in this country is an
escap-'d criminal, who came here with
the sole intent anil purpose of r- in jj
Uon the government by fraudulently
acquiring title to public lands or b
despoiling the land of its timber in
direct ioUtion of law. He has met
our citizens as one gentleman should
meet another, giing them criylit for
other Mian eii motives in settling nil
utilizing these far western wild. II
does nut prejudge ar.d proceed upon
the lnpothesis that every settler has
acquired his title by jierjnry and per
version of the law. 'nr lines he as
sert that every stick of scrub growth
cut by tte rancher for the fire in his
hearth, the miner lor his hoist or the
reduction works for their smelter is a
violation of the laws for the protection
of the timber growth ol the country.
To prove that his services are valu
able, lis does not find it necessary to
employ the tcuni of our populatii n to
distort facts, that honest men may be
driven from properties, tho titles to
which were honestly and legally ob
tained, nor pronii-e to the same scum
his influence ami aid in placing them
in pos-es.-ion of that property in re
muneration for their lerverted evi
dence." let .! it Her mi) I. onset-.
Knowinglhut acough can he check
ed in one day and the first stages of
consumption broken in week, we
hereby guarantee Dr. Acker's English
remedy and will refund the money to
all who buy, take it as per 'directions
and do not find ourst.Uenientscorrect
Teirilslr .It i-nleiit.
The north loiiud train on the Hono-
ra road Wednesday morning plunged
into the Mitgnalena river, four miles
north of Msgdali-u.i, and Frank Marsh
who is the tin man is nursing. It -
jM-ars that the rivir h in ri-en rjpidly
and final minted the track in such
wav that the defect w'.t mil uiitice.-ihle
until the engine toppled over the win
bank (lent. Thrco crg felloniil the
engine and tank into the roaring
riii-hiug waters. O le Mexican wa
ilrowneil. 1 he parreiiger co.icli did
no' g i over Pne firn m'-i Inly N
hoiighi in 1- I'iiuixl under the en-
Hani time- price- for ilie
At the lai-oii Port
Mr- Ga leu - n w pi.ring inil'.imrv-
i iiuilfllallv i-ivllxil .ili'i pretty i-he
lniH'rts li-r g l- all trimmed from u
1 irge li-iiise in ill" ea-t and no two
lieinc alike fiti will lian- the atfNC-
i-m of kit" wins, if jmi l-nv o her.
li.ii on are wearun; 'hi verj lu'est
piyle Mii'l no ierfiii cm --'i i hit or
loniiet like vitiir'. Mr Gilh-ii al
ha- n fine lin of f.irit-v g 1 1 .m-l new
Ire Irimniing-'. Call and see her
new stock licfore sen ling away for
giMHls 32 m
The monthly report of tl e County
Treasurer shows a balance on hand of
$4JM7Jm. dividetl a follows:
General fund 27.8.7 9S
Interet reilcniption, 5C0 (K)
Contingent 1.216 93
Tombstone school fund.... l.'i'JJ 98
County sclinol fund 11,597 23
Delinquent taxes unapor-
tioned 2.7S0 -13
II. W. Hufslegren has opened a
butcher shop in the building recently
occupied by Bob Hennessy. He kills
his 1-eef on the rancli and brings it to
Tombstone and asks a share of the
patronage of the citizens of Tomb
stone. A dispatch from San Francisco un
der date of February 27th slates that
every building in Yuma, excepting the
penitertiary and Southern Pacific
hotel had been washed away. The S.
P. track wa under water for twenty
miles and the water running over the
piers of the big bridge. This was on
4'Iiusr Out I'rlcri.
Sherry Wine 1 25
Angelica Wine 1 25
White Bye Whisky 2 75
Good Grade or Bourbon 2 50
Best Grade of Bourbon 3 OH
B.st Grade of Gin 3 00
2:28:3t New York Store.
Wanted To buy a complete set of
-econd baud tinner's tools; cheap.
Geo. B. Mak?h,
2-17 tf Nogale-, Arizona.
On account of leaving Tombstone, I
oilVr my lodging house and furniture
for sale at a very low price. For fur
ther particulars apply on the premises.
Mrs. Beixk Sullivan,
2-10-lw Allen street, near Seventh.
Wanted. V chance in a lifetime
for men with capital and active men
-vithout capital to secure a very phas
mt and profitable business. 5o drones
or curiositv seekers need apply. Ad
dress with 2 cent stamp. Consolidated
Adjustable Shoe Company, Salem
Go to the Maison Dore for
GOOD FOOD, well cooked.
The following instruments were
riled in the recorder's office since
3 p. m. yesterday :
England mining claim, Dragoon
mountains; Tom Pidwell, G. Bravin,
T. Fulghan, T F Hudson.
Olive Branch, Warren district; S. J.
Moore, It. P. Stevens.
Bulwark, Dunkirk, Oxford, NevaJ.i,
Dos CabezHS dUtrict ; J. D. Emerslcy.
J Tlitile, number of cattle slaugh
tered during the month of Februarv ;
niu. or SVLE.
A. Chi-holm to A. H. Walters, 2Z0
head of cattle; to secure $400.
B. 1. Stevens to . J. Moore, one'
halt of Coper Uock claim, Warren
County treaurer toF.C. Earle, west
one half of block 31, T"nibslone;
Same property by J. C. Weiser to F.
C Earle, G.S0.
The finest trees i ver ollered for sale.
Most all hearing trees, ttirte vears old.
all kinds. Abo Umbrella, Chinese
Molbetry and Sweet l.t cast. To How.
er lovers who make up a club I will
sell my ever-blooming roses by the
lie hundred a. $1 apiece, and give
you your choice. AI-o Flowering
Shrill" and Greenhouse Plant of all
kin-Is for sal- at the old place, conn r
Kult-ci and Second rlrr,t, tomb
stone. Arizona, by
.1 Qui rr t':oc.
A ptculixt care and one which will
urlrMUt much atteti'ion when it conies
to trial is that of two men who were
biiind over at Xogales hist Wi-dnes-1I.13
1 n a c-iarge of snii'guliiig. They
pirclia.Mil good on the Ameriraii side
ami went into Mexico to stll them.
I'hey were ihastd luck into Arizona
by Hie Mexican guard-t, where lhy
were captu nd by American customs
otficers and their outfits, consisting of
calico-, was; con fi-cateii. They raised
as a defense that they had purchased
the goods in Nogalea, and prnveil'this
fact by the merchant of whom they
had bought the goods, but according
to ttie Iegnl construction of the 'cus.
turns laws they had smuggled the
goods into Arizona from Sonora.
A girl to do general housework and
cooling. Good wages In the right
person. Wanted in Bisbee. For fur
ther particulars apply at this office.
Sheriff Kelton went over to his
ranch yesterday and while he stopped
to water his horse in tne middle of the
river, the animal got his foot on'o the
Limball jtck' which was loose, and
pulled the bridle over his head. The
sheriff jumped out of the buggy into
the water to grab the horse's head but
was rewarded with a kick in the thigh
while the frightened animal started for
the opposite bank, tipped the buggy
over and circled around the country
until he was satisfied. The bugcy wa i
seemingly all right in the running
gear and the sheriir started for home
Alotit three miles from town the
shafts broke loose and the horse drag
ged him about a half mile. Hassel-i
greu's wagon came along a few min
utes later and brought the unlucky
officer to town.
Mills, Los Angeles.
K. Bankin, Smiora.
Joe Jones, Mexico.
J. Pennepacker. G S Shibley.Bisbee.
Eva and Bose Wickstrum, Bisbee.
II Kosenbtirg. Benson.
W C Marlindell, Sonora.
J H Finch, Tucson; J Falls, Chi
cago; Miss Clark, Benson.
W. H. Stihvell was in Washington
when Mark Smith broke his leg, and
says that he will bo on crutches for a
month. Mr. Stilwell save that the ap
pointment of Ed. Wells was extremely
ifTatifying to him, and ridicules the
idea that he was after the fourth
judgeship. The sentiment of the east
is, he says, strongly in favor of free
coinage, with the exception of among
the moneyed classes, or so-called gold
bugs. While the sentiment of the lat
ter is heard at public meetings and
through the press, the masses patient
ly await the opportunity to gain a
quiet victory at the polls in '92.
I Numrlliliis I'rrr.
Comments upon the removal of the
Apache prisoners of Geronimo's band
from Florida to Xew Mexico are not
all as elegant as they are expressive.
In speakingo! their removal, the King
ston Shaft savs:
"Geronimo wan not returned with
them; he, we presume, will be teturn-
ed as an honored pa-uenger in a spe
cial Pullman sleeper. If Harrison
does not give us free coinage, he is
bound to give us free hell by return
ing the red devils to the scenes o'
their blood-curdling decd."
U,.,,, vntl ., Pittsburfrh
i-la. e OU a I lttSDUrgn,
ttOCnesier, ivupicx, or a. oiu-
1nt- T nmn?
iJo tncy w ork satisiactorii j .
Do your Lamp Chimneys
The right ones are the
" Pearl Glass," made by
Geo. A. Macbeth & Co.; Pitts
burgh, makers of the cele
brated " Pearl-top " lamp chim
ney, which have given univer
Two men who wer recently ordere 1
out of TomSsione were br-iiilit btrk
list night from Fuirbank up-m word
being sent from there that they were
creating a disturbance. Deputy Mc
Guirk brought them up and they wilt
have a hearing as -uiou as the princi
pal witiiea-e ge around.
New from Clifton under date of
list Saiiiruav slates that the rirer has
risen .g..ii.,au.;ng another flo-nl, and
, . , , ,
iiiui-ii pn.prrij nas men ucsirnjeu,
railroads lenii-Iisheil,d.-iins and flumis
gone. Work ha been suspendeil by
both the Arizona and Detroit copper
mining companies. Ilutli approaches
to the Clifton iron bridge and the en
tire iron bridge at Guthrie, twelve
miles south, are gone. It is imposribln
to estimate the d.iiDHgc done. No au
thentic reports of the destruction of
the farms iu the Gila valley have jet
Subscrilie for the Prosi-ector
Everything cooked to order at the
Maisijii IHre. at California prices.
It was expected that the western
mail, which has been tied up for ten
day, would come through to day, but
our citizens were disappointed again.
We are promised u feast for to mor
row. The A. and P. is right, with the
exception of the crossing of the Mo
have river I eing gone. Passengers and
mail and express 'e transtirreil in
boats, but no fieig.u is being .,.. led'
Till cati- of the high water at'
mail) point. 011 tin Colorado, Gila and
a. Clifton is duo ... the warn, weather,
which has u,e...l the .... w in the
Tlie Vunia Uur.1 ..f Ira-o baa ap-
pealed to Los Artgeb-s for aid for the
IDR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY-
f for Coughs, Colds and Consumption 3 beyond question tho greatest of all
P Modern Itemedies? It will btop a Cough in one night. It will check a Cold iu
fa day. It will prevent Croup, relieve Asthma and cure Consumption if taken 3
F in time, " xou can r, aiioru to oe witnout it. a. a cent uome may rave you
9$I00 in Doctor's bills may eavo your life I Ask your druggist for it, or write"
to W. II. Hooker & Co., 40 West Broadway, New York, for book.
a-jt-auauji-u-Bj':-.-ai-a.-i.m.ai!ai aiaia .a.Bis.B:nm-au;-jiiu
For Sale by .T YOXG K,
The tvvo disturbers of the peace at
Kuirli ink were brought before Justice
Vlvord this noon and sentenced to
thirty days each iu the county jail.
Their names are H. Donahue and W.
E. Mc Bride.
CLoice California cheese and
and Herring at Iloeiler's.
tf Armand Toquet is on deck again ot
the Maison Dore.
The body of Senator Hearst, who
died last Saturday night, will be em
balmed and sent to San Francisco fot
The land court bill has passed both
branches of Congress and gone to the
President for his signature. Arizona
is exempt from its provisions.
Tho United Sta'es Treasury con
tains ?35,000,000 in cash. Of this
amount $31,000,000 will be paid out
in pensions by Wednesday night.
Choice Eastern Dried Apples and
Dried Raspberries at Wolcott's. 7-1'J-tf 1
Mr. G W. Cheyney returned to-day 1
'rom Tucson. j
Mr. Rosenberg, of Benson, is in '
FACTS BY FIGURES.
TiiEitE are 2,000.000 head of sheep and
goats in New Mexico.
Tiiocou the population of the United
States is in excess of that of Great
' I,rltaln tho "ritish railways last year
carriC(j T35i00oe0o passengers, as against
493,000,000 In America
! F011ESTS occudv 33
Fouests occupy 33 per teat, of tho
1 UUarcao: wcJen. S per ceni of
Russ, 3, , Austri, 2S of . 5
01 uermany, 24 or oway, 13 of Itcl
gium, 17 of France, IS of Switzerland. 17
of Spain, 12 of Italy, 4 of Great Britain
... - . -
and Ireland and 10 of tho United States.
Accop.hing to statistics recently puk
lUhed there is moro salt consumed in
England than In any other country in
Europe. In Franco tho consumption Is
13 kilogrammes a head; In Italy, 10; In
Russia, 0; In Austria, 6; In Prussia, 7;
In Spain. C; in Switzerland, 4; in En
gland, 20 kilogrammes.
Last year's floods sent about 400,000,
000 feet of lumber down the Susquehan
na, and a lumberman's exchange was
organized at Columbia to reap some
benefit from logs caught, To-day they
have 10,000,000 feet of lumber In stock
In the yards of their saw-mill, and to
date the exchange has divided S300,0u0
among Its members. It is estimated the
profits will reach S300.000.
TnE present economical condition of
Franco Is considered unusually favor
able by her statesmen. The harvest
this year was about 120,000,000 hecto-
' 'V., .V T olam' lne largest
I of ttl0 las decade. The export of man-
ufactures has Increasod as well ai
Import of raw materials. Almost SWO,
000.000 Ho In tho savings banks. Tho
railway profits have also Increased.
Extensive tests have recently been
undertaken In Russia as to color-blindness
among tho various railway servants.
The result was that of 12,542 points
men, C9 wero color-blind; of 4,620 station-masters,
17 wero color-blind;, of
6,321 machinists. 21 wpro color-blind;
and of 18,000 watchmen on the railways,
140 wero color-blind. The various color
blind officials have now been either
transferred to occupations whero this
defect Is of no importance, or dismissed.
The emigration from China in the ten
years lsSO-bO was 1,537,307 persons, of
whom. 1.007.6S6 have returned home;
1,167,000 emigrants went to tho Straits
Settlements on the islands, such as
Sumatra, Borneo, Java; 107,000 of tho
returning Chinese came from North
America and 591,000 from tho Straits
Settlements. According to the passen
ger record at Hong Kong, Amoy and
Swatau the Increaso of Chinese emi
grant population for the decado was In
North America 36,425; in tho Straits
Settlements, 357,000: in Slam, 31,634; in
Bope Mad of Women's TXalr.
Speaking before a meeting of thi
"t "1' l?,- Ml
-- .-.. aavxtMi. u rVUJUlC 4(4 1,11 (7
northern part of Japan. It Is of enor-
to and placed in their present position
"f . th. halrf the
'onh calling for the long hair of the
u.uu9aAVT, .ut fruu tiuiucrai were namea
...Hf v. vhu "", - .. WaV Mali
tt'An on n1 Awnnnk a A14I I .
--.., cue w uuwuneu ,
In circumference and 1,400 feet lone- '
nd tho other 10 to 11 Inches around and '
DO YOU COUGH?!
know that a little cough U a dangerous a
thing? Are you aware that it often fastens on the 1,
lungs and far too often runs into Consumption and
' emu in Death? People suffering lrom Asthma,,
Bronchitis, Pneumonia and Consumption will alla
tell you that
"IT STARTED WITH A OGLD.":
Viui juu iuiuiu iu m-it.tfc lit vau juu iuuu
with so serious a matter Are you aware that !
To The Public !
I have Be-furnished and Be-opcned
BISBEE - HOUSE
BISHEE A. T.
ILL PERSONS VISITING
" Copper Camp caii find a
clean and pleasant
PLACE TO STOP.
Miss Minnie Davis h.i become in
terested with me in the houte and
Everything -.Good ,to Eat
And plenty of it will be the feature of
the new place. Respectfully,
U.viiei.takino Farlori of
New Hearse, New Goods, Everything
Collins, r.nslit'ts. Holies. Etc..
Kiom the l)aiuel 10 the Finest Vladr.
Hi Columbia lion Jinkets kept con-
1 11 iv ( Stock. '
-j -JSiuIoEtet;mU .juterslirRK, ,
-p --. .irtMi
Itodlf Temporarily or l'mnntly
Kmbulmed by the luteti procem.
C-af7Nitht orders left ntllnre P go's
livery olhee prompllv-al ndetl to.
All persons indebted ) me
will please settle with Dick
Tre.ona, who will receipt for
Tombstone, Feb. 5, 1891.
S, rcnlut for t isease, of the
Eve, Ear, Xnse ai;i. Throat,
Has relumed frnm Europe id resumed the .
ptacnte of h.s profosn.ri.
OHlee I 1 (,'rn.it Are..
Men V':i KmI:
Three or four young or luiddlc-ngfil
mrn who cun ppenk good Spanish to
take order fur nursery stock in Mex
ico. Must come recommended. Ap
ply or write to Gko, W. McLam:,
12 tf Ci-ri-p Horchi.rA.T.
Choice tirucns of bntter and cheo:a
a iloefler'a tb? pioneer grocer, on Fre
rannt and Fifth street. Itj
Hats sold below cost
Gres' Xurt'i'jMjc s'ore.
t-urnishcd rooms to rent at -Mr.
Eeclcstoti s, corner of Fourth and
'Bruce streets, -piiot neighborhood and
pb-as.inl surroundings: Ity the" diiy,
week or month, at reasonable. ratesTtf.
AH persons knowing themselves 'n-
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l mCf arC. J11" ,1U,
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with to close my books. All persons
.? tU VIU3C TJhO, aflll IlVlCfJIlS
,owll0tni nm indebted will please
present their bills at once for settle-
nient. M. McGcisK.
Tombstone, Ja '
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