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W" " ?; Li At 3& PROSPECTOR 'o5s A J I voL. v. TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. MONDA.Y EVENING-. JANUARY 19. 1891 NO. 155 'f-,i - -FV L i f- !. nr-" -'"V- l ;- Ob- fc K . s, 7 ji Mrs Aare tf9 Ejccfusro Centre of o K L ,. MK?4ZX -- jlnf rf.it't Aon (o or a p7 (a tAIa Beedl.forluVHBCSTUADi. erg Cat tvlt ONE AND ONE HALF POU'rfOS. JP. IV. WOLCTT, Tombstone, v. T. HKK'llAIliR PIONEERSTORE Cor. oth and Fremont Sis. JOE HOEFLER - PROFF. exautsuf General Merchandise. MINERS' and RANCHERS Supplies a Specialty S4GEST rOB IMPhOVKD AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, And the Celebrated Tuibine Wind-Mills TESTS, i COS OOVJSBd, Buckeye rorce-Dtimp, Fresh Garden Flowers and Field SeerOonstsntly on Hand. PAPAGO Cash Store, Fremont, bet. 3rd & 4th. FRANK B. AUSTIN Proprietoi Staple and Fancy i2T!Lfe2 Choice Brands of KENTUCKY WHISKY. AND Grain of all Kinds Kept Conn wtljoa Eui &t SOLD AT LOWEST PRICES or ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES. Coa.uattT 00 Bind. i.ltl JlAN A. GARCIA Custom House Broker. HAYS STKICT ATTENTION TO I all matter, connected with the Mexican custom house. Is respon sible for all fines imposed by the Mex ican trovernment. but not for duties that the custom officers neglret tol charge. All business connected witn the Mexican custom hono attended to with neatness and dispatch. A.U papers and documenU given immed iate attention at very reasonable rate. Batominai, San Pdro, Soiwa, Sfei. For Sn,'s Cheap. One buck board, one opfn bogey one cood as new doubla cinch stddU At Go. E. KoblerV, ssfiBISij23BBSB'"k MBS3i&a Z MPQHiEVI 5 FrranH O. R- ATT. 0. B. TAXBKLU Undektakiko. Pallors or Watt&Tarbell New Hearse, New Goods, Everything isew. Coffins, Caskets. Robes, Etc From the Plainer t to tbe TUml Maulr. The Columbia Iron Caskets kept con ttanlly in Stock. Bodirt Temporarily or Permanently Embalmed by the Late it Process. All Work cntrnited tc m .hill hav. tlhi duett ittentlon. 4SF"Xipht orders left atHarei Page' livery office promptly attended to. TOMBSTONE FOUND EY AND MACHINE SHOP. MCALLISTER A McCOXZ. Prop'rs. JCmdf Mifln4 Mining IXtthxatrf, If txry &4 Light Cuting of Iron and Rnu Madt to Order Uottttez Eegtacs Made to Order, and Ea- fin-- iMtcaied and Adjusted Scents for UWiy LobncaXiD oils ajd Coo pcu&ds Jm. I. rtlcAIUHtcr. -Aw l-u. .itaiui;r WM7--H:BYN7 Custom House Broker, San Pedro, Palomina?, Sonora, Mexico. TOMBSTONE OFFICE: No. 119, Fourtli St., LegalJRow. General Merchandise Store Liver Sli'tU, It'jUi- r.int and Lodgings. FOR SALE One 30 horse power upright steam boiler, as good as new. One steam pump. Lot of work horses and mules, all at reasonable rates. J AlIiBrokcrage Effected at Lowest Rates ST. LOUIS BEER HALL. For Ice-Cold Beer Go to on Draught THE ST LCU S BEER HALL AXHZCSER BUSCH CEEWIHG ASSO CIATION, OP "H". LOUIS' MISSOURI. Wholesale and Retail. Appij-1 jfABTis voeriui iili WWFm' Buy jrour leaf UrdilSJ cenla per'. lundnt " Tribolst'. pound IS. Both tlie method and results -when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tUo taste, and acts Esntly yet promptly ou the Kidneys, iver and Bowels, cleanses tho sys tem effectually, dipels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation permanently. For Bale in. 50c and SI bottles by nil druggists. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAX FRASCISCO, CAL. Lovtsmu, at. ntr rcsx, tt.r. DANCING SCHOOL- Now open at MINING EXCHANGE HALL. CLASS NIGHTS MONDAY AND "WEDNESDAY children's class " WKDNliSDAY J&:;SATUICDAY' ArrnitNooN'S. 3 VVcxlacili"' Fn.m 4 t 6. ruinniiy From 2 to 4 30, Private L'sions at JteaonableItilfK Regular Prices for Gei.t!eai3 7. call per Lesson. Ladies Free on dau Nights. Soiree Every Saturday .Night WALSH i. HAWKE. J. V. -yiCKERS EEMONT ST 1EAL ESTATE. MINES, MONEY AND INSnRANCh 1EAL, ESTATE Bought. Sold and Rented. MINES Bought. Sold, and Muured. MONEY Loans Negotiated, and lniestiaeat made. INSURANCE Fire, Accident and Life. Be Companies, Lowest Kates. JOMrr Arnurno-c Givkn to Coiaectiowj nOiini ruoLiO. If gray, gradually restores color; elegant tonic dressing, 50c, $1, Drug gist, or ?1 size prepaid by express for f 1. E S. Welle. Jersey City. KOUGH ONTOOTIIACnEylnsUnt relieL 15c v - J " Here it is, and it nils the bill much better than anything we could say: "It give me the greatest pleasure to write you in regard to Chamberlain's Cough"" Kemcdy. During the past winter I lime old more of it thaa any other kind, and have yet to find any one. but what was benefi tied by taking iL I have never had any medicine in my store that gave such univerral sat isfaction." J, M. Roney, Druggist, Geuda Spricg", Kansas. 50 cent bot tles for sale by II, J, Peto, Druggist. Our Very Ite.C I'eoplo Confirm our statement when we say that Dr. Ackera English Remedy is in every way superior to any and all other preparations for the throat and Lnng. In Whooping Cough and Croup, it is magic and relieves1 at once. We offer you a sample bottle free. Re member, this remedy is sold on a pos itive guarantee. All pork sausage at TiuboLet', JpPtoBs .VfJHH&. ornlinel Shot. Front the first number ot the Hua- tlmca weekly Sentinel we learn that : Mi's Scott lins gone to Oakland fur a short Uit. Prof. Wood, the blind violinist gave a concert at Camp Uuachuca last T1lMP.il(.' fc "'""J;1 .. xtmmst&fsfm-.. jjajyrjjijnuec, uinpxx;iur 01 mu department, arrived at Huachnca on Friday last. The recent transfer of troops takes front the fost Capt. Wliclan and sister, Capt. Augur, Liuet. Hucker, Lieut, and Mrs. Brett, Lieut, and Mrs. Brainard and Lieut. Wallace. Major Uailerty is expected home on tbe 23d with his bride. Miss O'Connell, a sister of Mr?. Capt. Began is spending the winter at the post. Lieut. Ilenien, the man who hod the encounter with a bear not long eince, is now set to right after a month in the hospital. The South Western Ice workj have changed hands, K. W. Wood having on Saturdty last disposed of the plant and good will of the business to Messrs. C. D. Gage, M. D. Scribner, Frank llaro and L. K. Page. The combination is a strong one. All of these gentlemen aw deeply interested in the future of Tombstone and having facilitirs for haudling the product in an economical manner the success of the business is already assured. The increase ot business of the Bank of which Mr. Wood is the prime spirit made it necessary for hint todevote all of his time to thnt business. The plant which has been manufacturing ice for several years is one of the most complete in the Territory and its capacity is suflicent to supply all of southeastern Arizona with ice in its coming erea of projperity. H.w w t rlit .rNldrarbfi """ Whohasn't suffered from headache? we all had it when we ran races at school- we have it whoa we overwork ourselves at any age. It comes on, as ever body knows, suddenly. By using one ol Allcock's Porous Plasters it goes awaj nearly as quickly. F.Itoessnerof NF 500 West 5Sth Street, New York, say "It is witli pleasure I Trite theselin'"' in testimony to the powers of Allcock' Pourous Plasters. I have been some- wli.it annoyed with serious pains in my sides, for which several medicines have been prescribed, but to no avail, and through the advice of friend I tried two Allcock's Porous Plastesrs, and the relief they have given me is both satis factory and astonishing. To any oue annoyed with p.iins these plasters are a certain remedy." The "Sentinel" i the name of a new Weekly paper published at Camp Iluachuaca. It is rather diminutive in size but contains an amount of read ing in army circles which will always be fresh reading. We congratulate the dvsilsrs at Xuachuc2 upon the birth of the infant and wish it a long life and prosperity. 1IUT1MTKAO APrXIULTlOV. Declaratory St.trment Xt. 2I4S. Lud eSc tt Trcms, Arltesa. JanmrK, 1891. "VTOT1CK If btniirpHD tail the M'ow'nt Xl allied tillrb Jlrd nutl(ulh' iDttE--00 to make final nrso"i nnpf1of hfaclafin, J thai .aid proof tx'l be mule Wore n CItrk f il. D..t IctCoa-tat Toui-uj', ArlJoa, on MarcbZ ls', vis- Jacob lite-er, of Sa-pr.' p1lJ Valttr. Ariz.. Jor.ln . Mat o. w. U d 11. H o. w U kc SI, .p ai . r. e 11. name. hc l! oito wliucaiea to ?wi bl contineofia residence vdob, and caltraUtHi ct h laad. tit. W. O barKlcAffor. Irmk n Cr 1. Adam Ir an Clwle OrukHk, allot 40rtba sprnz .l . Ailarn. IIEKBSRT UHOWK, Itert.r. Notice-to Creditors. In tin Probate Court of the County ot Coclr.se, Territory of Arizona. Estate of Wm. Ilaett, Deceased Notice is hereby given by the un lrrsind administrator of the estatt ofW'm Hasseit deceased, to the cred itors of and all persons havinp claims against the said deceased, to exhibit the same with thn necessan vouchers within four months aftei be first publication of this nolle to the suit A'lmtmstra'or at Ins p!a4 of business on A'lrr uret, in thn city of Tombs'one co nt of Cochise, territory of Ari zona, tbe same being the place for lo Tansiction of the business of the aid estate. DAVID COHN, Administrator of the p state cf Wm. Hassett, deceased. Dated at Tombstone, Jan 19, 1891 BY WIRE. News of5mportanc From all "PartsHof t!ierWorld. And Condensed Into Facts WithoutLComments J) FECIAL SlfrAlCBJ: 70 TEOf JTCIfl. January, 18tb. In New York to-day silver was quoted at $1.03 , lead, $4.35; and cop per, $14.70. New Orleans. Jack McAuliffe, of New York, aud Billy Meyers, of Streat- er. III., have signed articles of agree ment to fight with gloves to a finish for a stake of $5000 a side within three months. The affair to take place be fore the club offering the largest purie. Des Monreff. Interested parties in this city confirm the rumor that an English syndicate has offered three million dollars for the Durango Min ing Company's plant in New Mexico. Besides the plant tho company has forty-three thousand acres of land. The capital stock is five million dol lars. The company will probably dis pose of the property. Washln-otox. Captain Pierce, act- ing agentCf the Indians at Pine Ridge nas maae a renusitton -upon the In dian bureau for the supplies which will bo necessary to continue tbe issue of full rations up to June S'Jth, lb91. the provisions of the treaty of 1S77, The estimates calls for S4G.S55 pounds of beef, 12,701 pounds of coffee, 15,291 pounds of su'ar. Captian Pierce is ot the opinion that his beef estimate will probably hae to be increased by fifty per cent. owing to the difference in weight of the cattle now, as compared with their weight when received last October. Los Angeles. Work will not be started upon anj building on either the Santa Fe or tho Southern Pac lie until the results of tho Presidents meeting arc known. This has occasion ed tbe stoppage on work and the build ing ot the Santa Barbara branches of the Santa Fe. Chicago A sewer man hole ex ploded this morning at the intersec tion of Jackson street and Wabash ave nue when both thoroughfares were crowded w th shoppers and working people. One woman, Mrs. C. R. Ross, (colored) was killed outright. She was stepping nearly upon the fatal man hole when the covering with startling suddenness flew sky-ward and she was slammed backwards, flat against the curbing. The woman's skull was split open and her brains was scattered about in a circle of the stones; a little four year old colored boy who was with her strangely escaped injury. Washington. Private adiices from the White House are more favorable than public accoants would lead one t.vbeliee. Is is said by the best in- ide authority that tho president is more than likely to sign the silver bill jf it goes to him. or let it become a law without his signature. If he signs the bill he will do it under proleat, but Highest of all fe Leavening Power. '.ta3? Roy&i ABSOLUTELY PURE that will not interfere with the legality of the mrasura. Strange as this may seem he has been adtiscd to this course by those who opposed the bill in tho senate. De.vseb.A Times Washington sjwcial says The diverse reports from the house with reference to the pros pects of the riher bill still continue. No one can undertake to say definitely what the out come will bo in that boJy. Senator Teller has spent much time on floor of the house where he has many acquaintance and friends since the passage of the bill by the se nate, and he thinks the prospects for the passage of the bill are very good. He a3 that after talking with mem bers of the committee ou coinage, weights and measures, he feels assured that there will be no difficulty in get ting the bill out of comittee in its present shape. We should like to give a new chimney for every one that breaks in use. We sell to the wholesale dealer; he to the retail dealer; and he to you. It is a little awkward to guarantee our chimneys at three removes from you. We'll give you this hint. Not one in a hundred breaks from heat; there is almost no risk in guaranteeing them. Talk with your dealer about it. It would be a good advertise ment for him. 'Pearl top' and 'pearl glass,' our trade-marks tough glass nsuisig. Gzo. A. JHcarrn x Co. Judge Berry is much better today, lie was mad because the Prosfecioii said he had Bright' disease and when a sick man gels mad he generally gets well. It is not tho first time he has owed his life to the PnosrECTOR. UBIIAUKAItt.K 1CIMCIIR. Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainfield, 111 , makes the statement that she caught cold, which settled on her lungs, she was treated for a month by her family physician, but gTew norce. He told her she was a hopless victim of consumption aud that no medicine could cure her. Hor drug gist suggested Dr. King's New Dis covery for Consumption; she bought a Ivottle and to her delight fouud herself benefitted from first dose. She con tinued its use and after taking ten bottles, found herself well, and now docs her own housework and is a3 well as she ever was t ree trial bottles 01 this Great Discovery at Yonge's Drug Store, large bottles 50c and $1. i. The Prospector made arrangements to get all the news from Fhenix each day during the session of fcthe legisla ture. TJy to the hour of going to press nothing had been heard from there. Any dispatches to arrive will be given to tho public aa soon as possible tonight and every night if not received in time for the regular issue. The sickly sentamentalist who wants us to make home missionaries of our children by sending them to the pub lic schools with filthy, degraded Indian children ought to be made welcome to all the papooses in Arizona. While it is humane to endeavor lo elevate the Indian tribes, it would be inhuman to make abreast work of little children in the struggle ruth a horde of animals iv hose chief evidence 'ofjhamanity is the total lack of an animal's sense of cleanliness. The Territorial Supreme Court transacted no bucincss of importance since last Wednesday. Tha decisions which were to be given on Saturday last were not cnuciated. U. S. Cov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. 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