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Cor. oth and Fremont Sts
JOE HOEFLER.' - PROFF.
MINERS' and BRANCH bKS
Supplies a Specialty.
AOENT FOrt IMI'HOVKD
And the Celebrated
TENTS. v" OON COYSIW,
Fresh Garden Flowers and Field
Seed Constantly on Hand.
ti'o havo tho Exclusivo Control of
Anddnmt have to c&tr a prize t9 tU tHs
Coxii.fcrtt the BIST HADE wy Can hoi it
ONE AND ONE HALF POUNDS.
15. PS". AAkCOTT.
tV- -" ..liibstntie, A. T.
Fremont, bet. 3rd & 4th.
FRANK B. AUSTIN I'rotricttJ
Staple and Fancy
Choice Brands of
Grain of Jl Kinds
Kepi ConnttJ'tljr on Uaod and
SOLO AT LOWEST PRICES
L aTJLI JDJLEa?
Coali..,T ud llai.d Jalll
McDonough & Nobile,
Alwnys in "took.
ST. LOUIS HKKR ON DRAUGUT
T' 1. tae.Flscft Bllltarl Parlor SJlth I'.t
Covriinc Knllr Body with wiilt
Krai cm. MuITrrlDx Frarful.
lured tty Cuilcura.
Out Itttld hoy broke out on hi. head with a bid
form ofecztia. when he f.wr mouth, old.
,' fied three dctor bit ther did not help him.
Wetten dkiI yjar th ei Clticcka IIcvkdii.,
and f er tums ibem eleven week, eiactlr accord
ing to dlreuluu. be b?can t-d.lr to Improve, and
Lrtrrthea.rofltt ui'or MYeamon-hihi. htul
en-rely hh. W hen heiao u1mr u iiKbead
mra ore iroai tasoruwa tu hi. eyebrot...
I a alpo all owr Ma eir. miMt r ht r.,.,. ... .
ma I place. oudlSertnl pails ofhi. ts .. There
e-.iiirB week l ti. i atmntu keep hi. haod
tie! to the cradle. aud hold tbem when re i t
ken ap; n1 bad to keep mittens uo hi. band, to
keep hi" fln-er-nll. oat of th: .ore, a. ha would
scratch if be cinld ta any way pea bis band loose.
We khow your CuricVB. KwxLmi.s cin-d him
We -e-1 .f in r cummeris-lr th-m l others
SO B Jt J.VNKTTA 1IAMK13. Web,teil n?
I hare a al.ter ;mseer than melf wac.e
whole txsy i eoTcred ith .cro'ul. o e, tiom
herd to ro. t r-be cxioll nt lie cocat mtht and
had no peace brdajr. v frlrDd .d'ired her to iri
Ibelimcciu Kxeuir. be tld to. atd tber
cured bj. 1)OKa B KitVJNU.
Hi., .ylraa.a Ohio.
The n Dliod and Skin Pur.fier, and cret et
cf Untsor Kerne 1lee. c'e.DM? the b'o 1 of all tm.
VQri'ie aid p-1 doo. elemeot. and Ibo. remctee
ihecxtia-, while i't iici-E. the great bkl cure,
and t-tTicTKi Soar, an tiqai.lte tkln beaBtUer,
clear t'e rtln and L!p and re.tore the h.lr.
Tbu t leCt'nct'UA kEMCLlcscure vtj .pecict
of ifbic:. burring .uljr, Mmpljaih blntcbv .kin
rtap.ro dio. u ut.ca.eN xromptrcple- tocn,rt a
lrom liifaocjr to ae. Hbco the I
'. phy tclauafail.
SiiM ecryhcrc Price, CCTICVUA. 50c. SOAP.
V ,RoLitNT. ji. Prepared by the PoTTEK
Dkio wnOittMitAL Cokporation boston.
S3J5end for ' 'ilo to Cure Mun Diseases. '6
pac, 50 illustrations and too testimonials.
Q 1 DV'C "kin and kalp .ur fled aod bemaiifird
UHU Q fy ltTlcfUA
"r Absolutely pale.
PAC-.S AND WEAKNESSES
01 frmtlfi iiitniij- relieved ylll
nrH, eIn:ant,od itfriile AntIJlr to
Plsi,lQliamia..iiLii n4 WAlvi.rt. the
t ract'RA ant; rix Ilj.tek-
BIS3EE, - ARIZONA
Horc-8 cared for by the day, week 01
month. Turnouts of all kinds
ESLA11GED, HESOVATED ASD
brtier than tier prepared to cater to
the needs 0 the public.
J. W.ADA tt, -
Allen St.. Itet. (Hit and 7th
PAS(JUALE NIGRO, PEOP.
Ererjoce koowi that the Fioeat kind ot
Artalwaja kept at this Old Stand.
Billiard and Pool Tables
Cor. Allen & Fifth St., Tombstone.
I' litltMKX AXI) ClliVKM, HTAP1K
J atud Kaory Uroerrlei,
02AIS, 1UT AND WOO'J
Kept Touatatitly on'n.nd f C LD AT LOWEST
PrtlCK.x. ConctolHwanee B- mft aid fold.
J. V. VICKERS-
R-iAI. ESTATE nought. Sold and Rented.
MINES Eoujtht, Sold, and Minted.
MONEY Loans Negotiated, and InTestrnent
INSURANCE Fire, Accident and life. Fe
Compasies, Lev eat Rates.
P.CMr? AltlNTICS ClVKlk To CotXrCTIOM
HEAD CENTRE AND TRAN
ltiiility Mining Company I)ca
tion of principal place of but-itients
ban rraneisco, California; location of
worki, Tombstone Mining District,
CocliLG rounty, Arizona. Notice.
There are delinquent upon the follow
ing described Mock, on account of its
eeestnent (No. 2), leued on the lUlh
day of January, 1891, the several
amounts sot oppoMte the names of the
reipectite shaieholders, a follows:
Names. Ccrt.Shares. Amt
W Kohl . . I 5 J 25
A PK Sufford.... 10 f, 2j
H4milton Disston 11 5 2.
J C Riirron ... 71 ."M 27 W
Clms Dtigcin . . . . 75 275 13 75
Wm Kohl 81 42099 2RJ1 95
Wm Kohl, Tr .. . S9 252SS 11C4 -10
Wm Kohl, Tr 90 &25 1125
Wm Kohl, Tr 92 252SS 11W 40
Wm Kohl, Tr.... 93 4510 255 50
John Wawon.... 91 10 50
T E Jewell . . 95 10 50
J M Oitclicll .... 9fi 10 50
J II White . . . 97 10 50
J L Moodv .... 9S 10 50
Wm .Moodv 99 10 50
W C Parsons . . 100 10 50
Louis Slcss ... 103 10 50
J W Pew, Tr.... 105 00350 3042 50
Henrv Rradstreet 10fi 137 C 87
Win Kohl. Tr.. 107 332t 10 02
J W IVw.Tr 10S 391I5"19."i 75
And in accordance with law. nnd an
oriltT from the Board of Dirt dors,
made on the 19th d-y of January,
1S91, so many share of each parcel of
such stock as maybe necessary will be
t-old at public auction, at the office of
the company. No. 310 Pine ttcei,
rooms 15 and 17, San Krannirco, Cali
fornia, on "WEDNESDAY, the 25th
day of March, lS91.at the hour of one
o'clock p. m. of said day, to pity said
delinquent asesinent thereon, to
gether with costs of advertising and
expenses of sale.
J. W. PEW, Fec'y.
Office No 310 Pine street, rooms
15 and 17. San Francisco, California.
3 :5 :td
Notice is hereby given that the
Common Council will receite t-enltd
proposals up to the hour of 10 o'- lock
a. m. on March IS, 1S91, for the lea-e
of thu City Water Works for
year. Each bid must be marked,
"Proposal for Lease of City Water
Works," and must be accompanied by
a bond in the sum of $500 as a guat
antee of good faith that the bidder
will enter into a contract with a bond
of $ 1000. The conditions of the lcae
can be seen at my office at lue City
Hall. The Council reserves the right
to reject anj and all bids.
AL STANK5 EH,
Dated Tombstone, March 4,1&'J1.
3 :5 :t.l
Con: table Sa'e.
By virtue of an execution issued out of
Justice C, E. Alvoni's court of No.
one precinct, county of Cochise, Terri
tory of Arizona, ilate-l the 3d day of
March. 1891. fn a certain action
wherein S. Mrilx)ltt as plaintiQ
recovered judgment main't Jvt
Hotonn for the snm of one hundred
and oichteen dollars n.l 57 100 (SU8 I
i) and costs annulling to tl. nm of
meive atiu hi iui dollars r..i j on
the 3d day of March Ig'-H
I have levied upon the following de
scribed property to wit
Th Hacnver" mim- sai.l clam'
b-ing itn.ited in the Tombstone miD
tng district Cochise county, Territory
of Arizona. , w i .
hotiu-j is hereby given t lint on Wetlnes
day the 25th day of Mirch 1891. nt 11
o'clock a, ru. of that dy in front of the
Conn IIoiim in theCity of Tombstone
county of Co-hte. Arizona, I will sell
all the right title and in'erestof the aid
Ed. He-opt. in and to the above
described properly at public anc
tion for ch in hand to tl,e highest
and best bidder to satisfy said exe -
culion and all srwt-..
Dated t Tombstone the 31 day of
. ton. c r -".....
Councilman Smith al the meeting
of the council last niht proj,osed that
the mavor appoint a committee of
three to lnves igatc the feasibility oil
culling down expenses of the city
government and to formulaic a bill to
the legislature for relief from the bur-1
dens of the present expensive form of
city government. The resolution was
acted upon favorably and the mayor
appointed Councilmen Smith, Fuss
and Prir.deville as such committee.
News of Importance From al'
Parts of the World.
And Condensed Into Fact
SPKCUL WHl-ATCHEB TO I'EOSr-EOTOa
Mai ch 5.
In New Yotk to-dav
quoted at 90 . lead, $4.40
A poll of the Missouri ho'ise ot rep
resentatives on preferences for presi
dential candidates, resulted: Clei
land 35; Palmer 10; Boise 7; Gray 1.
Eleten were non commital and cleen
were against Cleveland. The republi
cans wcte unanimous for Blaine.
rite President has approved and
signed the land court bill and it has
now become a law. The appointment
of officers under the provisions of the
bill will be made as speedily as possi
ble and an early adjudication of land
titles of slates and territories affected
It is stated that in accordance with
arrangements made before Senator
Hearst's death, the horses of the
Hearst stables will fill all engage
ments. The colts in California will
be shipped east and at the end of the
seaon will be sold.
There is an interesting coincidence
to be noted in the case of the bill
two'whiih passed jesterday for the erec
tion of a mint in Philadelphia. Piesi
ilent Harrison will sign the bill
to morrow which i- the 100th anuhcr
sary of '.he d.iv on which President
Washington signed the bill establish
ing:! mint at Philadelphia.
The President has signed the di
rect tax bill, the act to prevent bouk -
making anil pool selling in the Dis-
trict of Columbia, the act to establish
circuit courts of appeal and to define
and regulate in certain cases the juris
diction of the courts of the United
Duri -c the first week in February !
three men held up a train at Alila,
California, and in a tight which fol
lowed the fireman of the train was
killed. Two of the train robbers are
now in custody. One is in jail at Tu
lare and the other hag been arresled
by the Sheriff of
San Luis Obispo
It is said both are positively
identified. The third man is believed
to be wounded and in
the city recciv-
jg medical treatment. Detectives
I are watching for him closely.
flu Ai.t haiNVrnny I. onset-.
iB ii. tuB can ue cueck-
,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
' nil who buy, take it as per directions
i an(J Jo not f,d our statements correct,
TUe Tucson Star says: "A poor
j Papago Indian, who hail brought a
deer strapped on the back of a poor
1 , ...--. , .
j l,onc' fro,n near t,,e Qiltoa, about
j eighty miles, was up in Judge Slater's
I . . . . .
court veslerclav on a charge of vio
lating the game law, which provides
against the killing of any elk, deer,
antelope, mountain sheep or goat !
tween the 1st day of February and thel
lat day of October. The Indian plead
" ' ....i .......... ,.....
'gnorance of the law. and after lec-
turo from ,,e court, throng. Judge
W"er, wno was the interpreter, poor
" waa " viui an a.imonuion
that a repetition of the offense would
certainly cause an infliction of the
Subicribe for the Prospector
LAST DAVS OF POMPOSITY
tJIc AVaj to ".7iilm ItrownN
antl "GootUb.f, JIj
WasIiin-otox, March 1. Tho House
of Repriseulathes of the Fifty-first
Congress went out in a burst of song
today. Its ending was remarkable
and unprecedented, and a scene simi
lar to that which followed the declara
tion of the Speaker that the Fifty-first
Congress wai adjourned , without daj
it was safe to Fay never occurred be
fore in the Congress of the United
States. The vocalists of the House on
the Republican side of the chamber
gathered in a body near llie front row
of desks, headed by Mr. Coleman of
Louisiana, Mr. Yardley of Pennsyl
vania, Mr. Stivers, of New York anil
Mr. Wade of Missouri, and as soon as
the llotue was declared adjourned
they started up the stirring war tune
"Matching Through Georgia," which
was taken up by the great mass of the
Republican Representatives, who made
the hall ring, to the great delight and
admiration of the thronged galleries.
A Democratic chorus headed by Rep
resentative elect John J. O'Neal, of
Missouri, started with the"Doxology,"
but their voices were soon drowned in
the superior 'olume of sound from
the Press gallery of the House, where
the representaives had taken up the
hymn. Republicans ami Democrats
alike ceased their singing, to listen to
that of their sometimes critics, whose
resonant chorus was c-ry effective.
Messrs. Burrows and Allen, of Michi-I
gau, and Coleman, with Mr. Yardley
for presentor, struck up "Our Father-'
laud" as the closing notes of the Dos-
ology tlipd away, and the Republicans
ioining in it verv generally tho effect
- . w
was fine, as was the singing of "John
Brown's Body," which was taken up
immediately. The occupants of the
Press gallery, for the last numbers in
the programme, reudered "Good bye,
Congress; Good bye, .My Lover." and
"He is n Jolly Good Fellow," antl it
was with regret on the part of the im
mense throng on the floor and in the
galleries tliat the impromptu musicale
cttme lo an eml-
speaker Reed addressed the house.
In the course of his speech he said,1
"I am confident that the highest rtc
commendation Hint can be given lis
in the future is not for the laws we
have pjs.-ed, valuable as thoy ar-, but
''Ccn'tse we have tiktn so long a stride
in the direction of tespoiisibie govern
niunt and having demonstrated to the
people that those who have been elec
ted to do ttieir will can do it. Hence
forth excuses will not be takan for
performances. The government by
the people will be stronger in the
land. Toward those who have opposed
what the majority of the house desired
wo can have no unkindly or personal
feeling. To members on my left with
whom I am politically associated I beg
to tender my most sincere and heart
felt ackuotvledgmcnt. No in n ever
received more ungrudging and un
flinching -upport from a band more
patriotic." Th speaker then declared
the house adjourned without day.
The uiifini-hed ilein was then taken
up of the French spoliation cljim-
and an amendment agreed to, al-o to
all remaining points in di-pute.
McKinle offered a resolution ol
thanks for Speaker Recti's perfoim
ance of the important duties of the
chair. In his closing speech the vice
pre-ident referred to the death of three
Highest of all in Leavening Power
members of the Senate during its
-esiion. He tli.inkcl the senators for
: heir courtesy and kindness manifes
ted toward him as presiding officer and
declared the senate adjourned without
diy. In the house the bill was
passed to incorporate n national con
servatory of inline of America. All
the regular annual appropriation bills
received the president's signature.
M'or.st Not Told
Additional pews from Yuma gives a
graphic account of the terrible results
of the late storm. The latest news i
publi'hid in the Globe Democrat of
last Monday morning and the telegra
phic account is dtted Yuma, March
The river above town is seven miles
wide and below the town m places
the water covers the counrry in on
granil lake over fifty miles acres.
The railroad company will not have
ttic blockade raised for westbound
trains for four days, snd it will be ten
days or two weeks before they can yet
east. The town has provisions sulli
cient for eight more days, and the
Southern Pacific notel is feeding a
thousand people a day. Reports from
Jakttno, fiften mile" above, are to the
effect that the flood drove the people
into the tree tops, and many becoming
exhausted from cold and hunger
dropped into the water and were
Twent-five hundred Cocopah In
dians occupy the river banks for 80
miles below Yuma, and there is no
'6"s direct from them. The ex-chief
' hundreds are lo-"t. They live in
'he lower valley along the river bot-
torn and when warned would not flee
to the hills. Word is expected to-night
from them. They have corn and
bean hut no meat. Their houses will
j stand six to eight feet of water, but it
is over ten feet all over the reserva
tion. They are expert swimmers and
will live in the water for days antl
without food. There will l.e no (rains
either vvav from Yuma foi at Ic.i-t ten
Everything cooked to order at the
, M.iison Dore, at California prict-s
J. V. Vickers sent a tlispalch to Mr.
Rrckfellovv last night saving that l.e
would be home to morrow if he could
net across the river.
S. II. Clifford, New C:iseel,Wis.,viig
troubled with Neuralgia and Rheuma
tism, his Stomach was disordered, his
Liver was affected to an alarming de
gree, appetite fell away, and he was
terribly reduced in flesh ami strength.
Three bottles of Electric Hitters cured
Edward Shepherd, llarrisburg, III.,
had a running sore on his leg of eight
vear' standing. l"ed three Imttles of
Electtic Bitters and seven boxes of
Itucklcn's Arnica Salve, ami his leg is
sound nntl well. John Speaker, Ca
tawba, ) , hnil five bug Fever fcores
em hi le"g, doctors said i-e was incur
able. One bottle Electric Hitlers and
one box Bucklon's Arnica Salve cured
him entirely. Sold at J. Yonge's
Judge Still well and wife left to-day
foe Tucson on a short vi-it.
Fare to Bisbee via Engle's stage line
reduced to $2 50. nl4.f
Pole He k who has returned front
I'henix brought a copy o! the ranger
bill with him, which is boiled down in
the Pr.o-PF.tTci: to-night.
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1SS9.