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I ,X&HkxamtMVklVrr rT Tmrff.Btl.Tar.i mtewriuw u j'i.mitjBag 1 SMIiiBteWiWiTillWrtff'' ,.t . " - ffrf v ' :-.-, .. ? . . I K i 1 .1 ; ii i D -f. STONE PROSPECTOR. i . v, . "" ' """ r2Z. C .JMWtig'ftllfnilWMillMriWiii'1l'llWW II im.ai-Mam-r "" "' mMWMMHUHgnH r &: Y t. -- , t; n-J " r r vol. v. Ut'.ICril WUIMK. PIONEERSTORE Cor. 5th and Fremont Sts I0E HOEFLER - PR01T. -ssiuam General Merchandise. MINERS' and RANCHERS ' Supplies a Specialty. AUKNT FOB lMl-KOVED AGRICULTURAL , IMPLEMENTS, And the Celebrated Turbine Wind-Mills TENTS. n'GOK COVERS. Buckeye Force-Dump, Freah Garden Flowers and Field Seed Constantly on Hand. mrTll Mia have tho Ezclivo Control of so Anddon't tat to eff-r a prtrc to eil thlt Haoii. for lutti BEST UADE fwry Can tolilM ONE AND (M HALF FOUNDS. F. IS". WOIXX)TT. "7i?--Nl.-r". PAP AGO Cask Store, Framont, bat.-3rd S 4th. FRANK B- AUoTIN Proprietor Staplfe and Fancy Groesries Choice Brands of KENTUCKY WH1SKV. Grain of Jl Kinds Espt Conilirtlr oa tltad and SOLO AT LOWHST PBiCES 3CjJLoca? -OF- ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES Cosnutlr 00 nisi. lltl BILLIARD PARLORS. Tambtlonr, irlnmn. McDonough & Mobile, W.XM, Littroan and OiUAKM Always in Stock ST.LOU15 BEEtrp.N' DRAUGHT Tki. ! tU s"lrt B'HItrl Ptttor 3oati of U i 8SK5SB1.I zswrag Prprttor, (Jauice TOMBSTONE. SGs -. KMiiiJfc OCl5 EXJOY8 Both ilio method and resulU when r , . i .cw . tf r lj i j'v.tit'v I .- V v.jtajt Syrup cf Figs 13 taken; it is pleasant be Consumption and incurable. He and refreshing to the taste, and acts was persuaded to try Dr. King's Now gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Discovery for Consumpt'on, Coughs Liver and Bowels, cleanses the eys- ant' Colds and at that time was not tern effectually, dispels colds, head-' ttbIe lo n,,lk cros the street without aches and fevers and cures habitual fe,il,E; "eTo'm.1, before he had uk1 constipation permanently. For sale i hal1 , of. dl,nr bolll. u,l ,,e wa." in 50c and SI bottles by all druggLt3.,nu,!, lcr- ho. continued to use it . v.. , and is today cnjoviiig good healih CALIFORNIA tJU HrHUf UU. sax rnAiecisco. cu LOUISVILLE. AT. W tORK. .T. O. B. WaTT. c. B.TAIUIEIX Undertaking Pabloes of Watt&Tarbell New Hearse, New Goods, Everything .sew, Collins. Caskets. Robes. Etc.. Pioni the Plainest to the Flrce t Mad. The Columbia Iron Caskets kept con stantly in Stock. Temporarily lull in ei by t!i or '- rMcuriithl ifi procet E flflPNight orders left at Hare A. P ige' livery otlice promptly aU nded to. DANCING SCHOOL- IV-r . Now open at EXCHANGE HALL MINING CLJI.SS NIGHTS MONDAY AND WKDSKSDAY CItILDKKS'8 CI.-i V.'KDXKSDAY & SATUKDAY ArTEKSOOX'S. Wednesday From 4 to 6 Natnrda) From 3 to 4.30, Prhatt moiii at lUwtonabU Hate. Re-ulir Prim for CWntlenea 71 crnis1 per t-c-sson. Li.iitl K oa Qui XiI t$ Suirec Every Saturday Night WAI-SH & HAWKE. B1S3EE, Horses cared for by the day, week or month. Turnouts of all kinds for rent. ENLARGED, RESOVATED AND b'ttrr than ever prepared to eater to tht nttdi 0 tiit public. J. W. ADAM. - - Proprietor Bank of Tombstone Capital - - SI00..000. GO. HRR0T Gcx II Carhel . r. W. Wood - - ... - rzesiden ... Vice President ..... Cubier Will Transact a General Banking Business, Ecamje. Recdre DepoiiU, CoSecUoss made. j Stable, - ARIZONA mrTtf ARIZONA. TaUKS nur::i. .itanr.vi.. IMLICE. G K Lbji and wife, Bisbee. Pago Bojle-, cijy. I'.ir .Sale Cheap. One buck boaid, one open bugcy one good as now double cincli saddle At Geo. E. KohlerV. A Wonder Worker. Mr. Frank Hutrmau, a oung man of Burlitigtoii, Ohio, states that he had lx.cn under the care of two prom inent physicians, and need their treat ment until he wat not aide to get around. They pronounced his rase to If you have anv Throat, Lung or Chest trouble trv it. We guarantee sitisfacUoi). Trial bottle Yonge's Drug store. free at J. We hear it rumored tint the play of the "Dccstrict Schule" is soon to be given for the amusement of the Tombstone public. This play is al ways well received and is especially enjoyed when render h1 by home talei t' It woul I insure a crowded house. BAD ECZEMA ON BABY Head one Nolltl Jrr. 1'rhla AnTuI Had toTIr IIU llamU 10 Cradle. i uri'd lo Cuttrura. Oqi litil lo brute at on Li bwwl iti a ad ftvro ol cz ro wbm he i fiar m-bit otd. V irinlxbrvf 1 t n bit V ef did i oi tirl hin Uetten ntl yar thic Liticika Hcmeimk. and aOrr ci4 tbi U an w -k t1 fact I 1 Itietodtrrctuius.be bertn td.lf ilniprve. aud Lnertteufuf itt ih (ornrtcn uuq li-tbUh ilvii entirt-l w-ll. L n we bcaa u-iuj It iih-aO i M'lM rre I otn iIil. er nun bi t-?troi. I w-w l-ihll (I' hJ etr-, Ult f hi tCP. I1 ma 1 pUcr vtx dlUrn til Tlr ofLi- ily Tnie wereriurxu -" i that tt hid t kwji nn hod tied to tbe cfhd , ud tit . j i iirtn w hrn ol hi ta k&n cp. nl bad tii Vep ralitri u hp krc to krp bt- flnsc-UHil tiat of th ovc, a he w- utJ nratcb if U c mid in irv wy ca hi b-d loo-c. We khuw ocr Cl iti ua HCMLiHC1 r ird hlio We :e i( tar ottntarftHinz tbem totriitr OfiO 1 A JA.VKTTA JlAl:Ks. rb I r lud Scrofula Cuivd I V.tc a istr jcojer ttian my ef w;oe wbclr tJT Ma -dri.- vtt 1 -rrolala -o t, (jam bead 10 ft Mir cU.l t ie o tt u tt aod had 00 rK8r y ar tt w U -o o x u irj tbe t l iCt RA K Mrlitr. Ml CI J rU, iil tUtfJ !!- v Via. a Obi rutienra Ilt'SuIv-'ut The n nifto l an I n I'cr dr. aiul r'tw f Hamr U.nie lie, r e nr t eblvt4i;sll ln parrw and p 1 rrfi i lenient ad tia rca re t&ecaui . while rntvaji, tbe prmt 'Lla c rr. ind Cl tic tuk Swap an ixqnUlto km tiali3r. clrie fkli AiMil rkalp 11. d r.toa tbu hair Tba heCrnun KLMFi)ieca'e ertiy rpecic of 1 tr bine, ban ingc iy, i'npl7anb bHtchr Kln ta;p and MmI ifteesur fnm plibple to Tof ila lrom in fancy to ajr, wheu tttc Wi ph tclaDa tul. Sold eeryhe--c Price. LTiCl RA. 50c. SoAr. 3;c..ResiIAnt. ji Hr-piired l))r ihe I'oTTtR DkK. VNIl(,HfII M (ijl.rokATlOs lioston BSend for "Mo tofurekin t)ise.e. 64 pges 50 ilusirau ns and 100 le.tintonuls. BABY'S.' n Ld tliAl tn S d and Leintid c mr'i.i Sm A -m m. ! jme PAIfiS AND WEAKNESSES ui fematr i tm rriv.Jy'Hl jcw, e'e.-an . art! i lJt ie Antidote U !'!' Iiif:innjitm an Wraki.e tbe tiririRA kt ri I'Larrciu NOTICE. All persons knowing themselves 'n debte I to me are requested to settle their arcoun'a with me forthwith, as I wisli to close my books. All persons lo whom I am indented will plcae present their bills at once for settle ment. M.McGriBK. Tombstone, Ian Comet Saloon .illen St., Itct. 6th and 7th PASQTJALE NIGEO, PEOP. Ererjooe knows that tbe Finest VinJs of Imported MT1S'K8, LIQUORS. AND CIUAR9 Arealwaja Kept at this Old 8Und. Billiard and Pool Tables Drop ia nd Satisfy Toareolf, DAY EVENING, FEBKUAltV 5, 1891 TorriloriHl l.rKiolillull. The act to restrict gambling in the Territory of Arizona, the text of which was published in full iirthe Pkopec Ton a few days since, passed by a ote of 22 ayes. Thurmond presented a petition from Solomonville against the division of that county. The Coconino bill passed the council unanimously. Mr. Thurmond gave notice that he would introduce a bill to reduce the salary of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, also u bill to make the treasurers of counties of the second and third class, cx-oflicio tax collec tors. To i lie l'.iltllc Miss Nellie Walsh has taken charge of the Can Can restaurant, and in fu ture will conduct that favorite house in the same manner at has character ized its past management. She re spectfully asks a share of the patron age of the public and will endeavor to please all patrons. frump ul tlic .llii.'l' Cured. John I. Wood, of Stratford, Ont , was cured of cramps in the legs by wearing Aixcook's Por.ors Plvsteus. Mr. Wood says. 'omethiee months ago I was taken cry sick with seuere pain in the small of my bark over the kidneys. The pain was excruciatiijg. I applied nn Aunx'k's Poiiors I'i-teic over tho atfei teJ region and had relief almoH wiihin an hour. At the same time, in conjunrtion with this trouble, I had erj great nervous disturbance, all'cct lug my legx with cramps, so 1 could r.irccly sleep. Meeting with such ojcces. with my back, I applied a pl.ister uiiiler tue knee on eacli leg. ind in thiee ilavs was completely cuml and have never been troubled in cither wav sintfe." Notice of Dissolution of Copartnership. The copartnership .heretofore ex Isimp: heiupen G. H. Watt and C. M. i'nrnell, undi r tho firm name of Watt & rrbell, conducting an un I. r al.in,; t utrtsi in the city of lo Ds no, A. 1., has I'liatijy Deen . .... 1 tisscoved by in"tml consent. The hi si ievs v.iil li.realler be con flicted ly C. 13. Ti-r i-ll, whojvill (my all lulls sn I collect all accounts due the ite firm. G. R. WATT, C. B. TAKBKl.L. Tombstone, Arizona, Feb. .". IS'Jl 3t Police to Ci editors In the Probate Court of the County 0: Oouli e, Territory of Arizona. In sdrt niAiir of ths estate of John Clark, deceased. Notibf i- hereby ;iven by the un- lerslgned executor of the estate ! ir Jnhn fMnilr. dprt2.sed. to tht- oreditorrt of ih! all persons having . lainis a-rainst the said deceased, to present .hem with the necessary vuucln-rs to tho undersigned, t his tlue wun Jo. Moc tier, in te town f Tombstone, Cochise county, Ari- mni, within lour tnni.tns trr.m tne first publication of this notice, that beinp the place lor the transaction o! the husines of said estate J AS. GARUKTT. Administrator at the estate of John C'ark, decease 1. O&ted Felruwryo, A. D. 1801. J. V. VICKERS- . FREMONT ST REAL ESTATE, MIXES, MONEY AND INSURANCE R 4AL. ESTATE Bought. SoU and Rented. VI1NES Uoujjht, Sold, and Managed. MOSEY Lain Negotiated, and lnestment made. INSURANCE Fire. Accident and Life. Be Companies. Lowest Rates. Prompt Attistion Givln to Collections NOTARY FU3L.IC. BY WIRE. News of Importance From all Parts af the World. And Condensed Into Fads Without Comments. 8TBCIAL DISPATCHES TO PKOKPECTOl , Feiiul'ary 4. In New Yoik to-dav silver was quoted atjll.02 , lead, ?4 38 ; and coj -per. J14.301 At Washington the Senate bill au tliorizinc the Secretary of War to have a suitable selection made for a mili tary post and harbor defenses at San Diego and report the cost thereof to Congress, passed. Ttn thousand shoemakers are on a strike in London for an increase in wages. A New York special from Bristol says- Adeline Patti is lying very ill at a hotel here. She caught a severe cold while crossing the channel be- l,n n.,,.,,, an,l Calais. l)r Freder- ick Love, who is in attendance, re-; ports unfavorably as to her condition. New II wes Geo. M. Bradley, whoj .1.- :.. . .: i.: ...... :.... ... vv.i's me iirsv imucuit 111 mis rtu.iwn iw receive tho lymph innoculation, died 1 to-day, am! the son of Prof. Blake.1 i;oyouwiiniidii.idLuv.u.a another lymph patient who lias been j " pearl top ' or " pearl glass und-r treatment for nearly two j is that chimney ? mouths, is at the point of death. j You can Ijave it -your WA-mscroN Mr. Bland has ex-j dealer will get it if you insist prised his belief that the silver billion it. He may tell yOC it had enough of supporters to pass it on 1... ... .. .. a direct vote. Jte nopeu to gei me bill out of the hands of tbe committee by next Wednesday. A ptrty of fifteen Indians from the Pine Ridge agency, passed Chicago' iesterday en route lo Washington, to talk to the President and secretary of the Interior. Gen. Miles said that this manner of dealing with the Pine Itidge Indians takes the matter entirely out of hi hands and he knew nothing or this band. He did not believe the President disapproved of the suspen sion of Col. For-ythe and declares Forsythe has not been vindicated, as the report of the inspector when made public will show. I-ist nicht all over the northwest and in St. Paul the mercury fell from 13 to 20 degrees below zero, and this morning it waa about teven below. The Manuel Dubbin, plying be tween San Diego and Ensenada, Lower California, ha arrived at San Diego, bringing word that Captain W. H. Nelson was arrested by Mexican officials Saturday, on the charge of smuggling 'f3.00 in gold bullion, which was found on his persOB. Tho steam er, which carries the United States mail and is entered as being in Amer ican trade, was detaincdljy the author ise five and a half hours before the American and English residents sue cecded in securing Captain Nelson's release. Mexican officials claim Nel son has been engaged in smuggling for two years. This he-denies. The gold belonged to parties at Abmo and Highest of all in Leavening Power. Royal NO. 1T0 to an Eiisenada tanker, but the claim is that gold carried on the person is not subject to duty. Was.iiingt'o.v, February 1, 9 p. m. Chief Justice Fuller to-day announced that the Supreme Court has decided to grant the petition of counsel repre senting the Itritifh government for leave to file an application for a writ of prohibition to pievent the District Court of Alaska from proceeding to carry out its decree of forfeiture made in the case ot the schooner Sajward, libelled for unlaw fully taking seals wiihiu the waters of ltehring Sen. The Court asked counsil at what date the rule requiring the Alaska court to come here and show cause why the writ of prohibition should not be made was returnable. Tho Solicitor General of the United States was an xious to have it made re'urnable at the earliest possible date, as was Mr. Caldron Carlisle, juciorcounsel for the parties who bring the case here. By mutual agreement the rule was made returnable to the secoud Monday in April. This settles merely the pre liminary question of the right to bring this r.i.-o into court, and the matter now to be settled is whether or no the Court will decide that the writ Of pro hibition should issue. There must now be an argument on the merits of the Behring Sea controversy. In an nouncing the dt termination of the Court the Chief Justice said the argu ment had taken a much wider range than was necessary; that the Court was of the opinion that it had juris diction by way of prohibition under section Gb Hewed Statutes, to re iew the proceedings of the Alaska court. Do you know that you can buy a chimney to fit your lamp that will last till some acci- , . uu' ""PF, ' ,. , ,, costs him three times as much as some others. That is true. He may say they are just as good. Don't you believe it tbey may be better for him; j-e ,- ljj.e the breaking;. he mav like the breaking. Ilttlu!T. Gro. .v. Macbeth Co. E. II. Storrs and George Thomas have leaed the Metcalf ranch in Um sey canjon, and will move out there in a few daj s. Several jears ago Chamberlain t Co., of Des Moines, Iowa, commenced the manufacture of a cough syrup, be Htving it to be the most prompt and reliable preparation jet produced for coughs colds and croup; that the pub lic appreciate true merit, and in time it was certain to become popular. Their most sai.guinn hopes have been more tluin realized. Over three hun dred thousand bottles of Chamberlain's Cough Iteinctly are now told each en r, mid it is recognized na "the best made," wherever known. It will cure a severe cold in less time than any other treatment. For sale by H. J. Pi to. A crozy Dutchman created a sen sation in Yuma last week. He got oil the train and gave Harry C.ncnter a purse containing -f ISO and then ask ed if he was to be hung the i cxt day. He afterward jumped through a second story window, but was finally take' in charge by the police. He register at the hotel as Frank Grin of Antonio, Texas. He had, beside money, a ticket to Portland 0 regpn and a shipping receipt for a tools. st-'of Tit s- Gov,t ReP, Auff. 17, 1889, .t Sl Powder oiuna i r I t D is -i ABSOLUTELY PURE Ab2' I I t - Jf 't -V v iiASt- &, . Si -V-f Ml .-?