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. u .-T3T- ' ..ppT".--f'WT' Tt " i" "L TOMBSTONE DAILI PK08PECTOR, FRIDAX EVENING. FEBRUARY' tW 1891. uBSnn la - , - . - ii n IT- f ' TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR FEBRUARY, - C. 1891 ir'sa 4c Moalheutera R. R Tlsae Card. UtlTll ARRIVK. Sisbee 7.00 t a Fairbank 9.00 a.m. Fairbank 10.00 a. m. Bisbee 12.30 u'n Daily, tzttpt Sunday. (Pacific tim i Ess Williams, Supt. Nlarnat Ksrvlce. The following is the range of the thermometer for the 24 henra ending I o'clock p. in. February C . Maximum CO Minimum 40" LOCAL NOTES. Judge Monk is in Fhenix. J. . Durkee and wife are in Pbenix. Frank Hare is in Tucion on a busi ness trip. The delinquent tax list of San Diego county, California, took thirty-six pagsof the Sun Diego Sun. The Legislative investigating com mittee will visit the Territorial prison about tho 10th of February. A consignment of onion setts and Jerusalem artichokes just received by Jos. Hoefler. , jan, 24 t The press of Mexico is advocating the issue of a lower denomination in bonds, $00 being now the lowest limit. The boiler for the Yuma Pumping Irrigation company has arrived and the pumps are expected boon. Yuma Times. Gold-bearing quartz baa recently been found on several of the hills in the valley south and east of Sulphur Springs. Mr. John Blewilt intends to leave for Los Angeles on Sunday, with the expectation that the trip will benerit his health. Mr. B. F. Smith came in to-day from his ranch in Mode's canyon. He re ports quite a heivy nnowfall in the Cbiricahua mountains. The people of Ben-son are strongly opposed to having the Yuma prison moved there at the cojt ot a division of Cochiso county. Mr. and Mrs Nat Hawke gave a farewell reception at their home last night to Messrs. Page and Elmer Boylea, who left to-day for Spocane Falls. Mrs. Colbath and her younger chil dren will leave on Saturday to rejoin her husband in S.in Francisco. Muse Maud and Grace will remain forawhil in Tombstone. A Prescott man who bid n ?40 cow oat of the pound for f i."i, fearim tome one might w.int it luck, i-laugh tered it immediately. iiits i yiiiir nun., -. s- -r-ate the Cargo Muchocho mine, is re ported to have raised the wages of itr miners from $3 to 3.2.j and 13.50, ac cording to the man'. ability. The people of Benon and FaiibanV nFe circulating petitions against tin division of Cochise co.inty. Ever body- tiB"9 l itbut any hesitancy. Furnished rooms to rent at Mrs Eccleston's, corner of Fourth am Bruce street, quiet neighborhood and pleasant surroundings: By the day, week or month, at reasonable rates, tf, S s Mrs. Bastian returned from Tucson to-day. While there she leccived let ters of administration on the estate of A. FeusUl, who died at Nogalei re cently, leaving his property to her niece, Misa Hulda Jones. There is no danger of a cold rcsult- jngln pneumonia "" . -Cough Remedy is used as directed "for severe, coTd." It effectually counteract and arrests any tendency f . mW to result in pneumonia. This fact wu fully proven in thousands of case during the epidemic of influenza Mt winter. For tale hv H. J. Peto. Tariron Lead. The last number of the Engineer ing and Mining Journal has the fol lowing o say on the lead tariff ques tion "Although the effects of Iho late financial stringency are now no longer felt, and tho smelting compauies are again purchasing ores freely, the high treatment charges remain unchanged on silicious ores and those carryiug but a small amount of lead, aud in couequetice there are frequent re ports, from Colorado, Utah, New Mex ico aud other States, of mines which are stacking ore, restricting produc tion or closing down, until there rhall bo a favorable change in the ore mar ket. What a contrast does this mala to the claim of the lead-tariff advo cates, before the passage of tho law, that ".Mexican lead would be brought into the United States in such large quantities that it would force down the price of lead and thus stop the operation of a large number of mines." At the present time, after the tariff law has been in operation for less than four months, there are fewer mines in operation and tho lead product of this country is lees than before its passage. The price of lead has been increased, it is true, but tl.e value of the lead product of the mines of the argentiferous lead ore produ cing States has fallen off from f 12, 2G1.GO0 to $11,55S,40D, a decrease of $70300. "There never was a pernicious law which showed its injurious effects more quickly or more plainly than thi. It has hurt the interests of the miners of siler-lcad and dry ores; it has hurt the interests of American capital in vested in mines and railways in Mex ico, and it has hurt the smelting in' terests of this countrv. Whom has it benefited? Onlv the mining interests of Mexico, whither it has driven capi tal for investment in smelting works, the bankers aud smelters of Europe and the comparatively small number of American producers of high grade lead ore, particularly lead carbonate who have been enabled to exact ab normally high prices for their ores, which increase, o' course, comes di rectly from the iockel! of the pro ducers of the silicious and refractory grades. Since the recent rise in smelt ing charges this fact seems to have be come more apparent to the latter class of miners." The World Knricht-d. The facilities of the I resent day for the prod icti m of everyt nn that will conduce to the material welfare and oaifort of uaiikiod'are almost unlim ited, and when Syrup of Fi-! was first produced the world was enriched with i he only perfect laxative known, as it s the only remedy which is truly pleasing and refreshing to the tasto Hid prompt and effectual to cleanse the tystetn gently in tlie Spring time or. in fact, at any time, and tha better it is ;non th-j more popular it become . An attempt w.n made to break jiil at Yuma la-t Friday by the four tramps who robbed the depot at Texas Hill, we learn from the Times. They .vere in a fnir way to success when they were discovered. Their only tools were a pocket knife and sonic coppe. wire. They made wrenches with chair legs by cutting square notches, wind ing'tlie wood with wire to prevent it from breaking. By the aid of this hey hail unscrewed two nuts and re .n..r..j , uU npjr two vtinlilalinc tiolen, removing by this means parti tion enough to allow a man, to crawl hrotigh. An examination oj the cell thowed a murderous looking weapon m . le by bending a piece of square ir m into a hcok at one end and wind ing it with wire. Wanted. V chance in a life time or men with capital and active men rilhout capital to secure a very pleas inland profitable business. Nodrones or curiosity seekers need apply. Ad Ircss with 2 cent stamp. Consolidated Viijustabie JShoe Company, Salem Mass. ; . tf A Cily of Mexico exchange prints a thrilling tale of the escape of Bolton from the Juarez jail, which created so much excitement at Juarez and El Paso. The writer declares that the delivery was made through a State officer, who received $10,000 for the release, in gold coin and bank bills, He claims to have been a witnoss to the agreement and jromiscs tc give evidence, if he can rccjive assurance of personal protection. His state ment is regarded with suspicion by 1 the press of tho City of Mexico. UOI.IGH. IIIIU ltihed. council. The committee on enrolled and en grossed bills reported Council bill No. 21, concerning arbor-culture, properly engrossed. The bill was read third time and passed uuauimously. House bill No. 32, relating to the disposition of public property under charge of retiring sheriffs, was read third time and passed. House bill No. 31, amending the elections law, was read third time audj passed. HOUSE. Council bill No. 17, relating to frauds and fraudulent conveyances, with amendment of the House, was read a third time and passed. House bill No. 19, relating to me chanics' liens, was passed. House bill No. 29, relating to frauds, passed. House bill No. 27, to encourage the construction of water storage reser voirs and irrigating canals by exempt ing dams, reservoirs and all tools used in tho construction of canals, dams and reservoirs from taxation during such construction, was passed. A Wonder Worker. Mr. Frank Huffman, u young man of Burlington, Ohio, states that he had been under the care of two prom inent physicians, and used their treat ment until he was not able to get around. They pronounced his case to be Consumption aud incurable. He was persuaded to try Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumpt'on, Coughs and Colds and at that time was not able to walk across the street without resting. He found, before he had used halt of a dollar bottle that he was much better; he continued to use it and is to-day enjoying good health If you hate any Throat, Lung or Chest trouble try it. We guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottle free at J Yonge's Drug store. Mr. Ed. Hotopp, whose case was tried in Charles Granville Johnston's court this morning, was bound over to appear before the grand jury under bonds of $300. This amount was promptly secured, with A. Cohn Had Frank Moore as sureties, and Mr. Ho topp discharged from custody. ."utl-c. Rev. C. It. Nugent will, at the per eonal desire of friends, deliver a lec ture on "The Hawaiian Islands." He resided thereover two years. A small admittance fee will be charged and part ot the proceeds will he devoted to the reorganized Presb)terian Sunday school. The lecture is to be given. Providence permitting, in the Presby terian church, on Friday, February 13, lb91. " Mr. Ward Priest returned I rem Son ora last wee'e and is now deviloping his mine in the To r.bstone District in which he has recently struck a rich vein of ore. He will put several men at work next week. l.ouU Younsr. ' Prevent ten lency to Wrinkles or ageing of the skin by using Leaukklle Oil. Preserves a jouthful, piump. fresh condition of the features. Pre vents withering oi the skin, drying up of the flesh. Prevents flubbiuess, Prevcn's chapping, cracking. Keeps .kin soft, smooth. $1.00, Druggists, or prepaid by express on receipt of $1.00. S. S. Wells, Jersey Ciy,X. J. Th removal of the custom house from Tombstone to Bisbee Is an as sured fact, and it will take place in the course of a faw weeks. In con vcrsation with Special Agent Smoke, who has been at Nogale for a fort night, the Prospectcb learns that the removal was recommended by two in spectors of the customs service re cently In ths section. The reasons asigned are that Tombstone is off the line of railroad and off the main trav elled road from Sonora. The loss will be partially reconjensed, however, by the appointment of a deputy collector, who will be stationed at Kan, Pedro, to transact all business coming hrough that port. . roBevKarirrt ykakm. An old well-tried remedy. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children vhile teeth ing, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays ill pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhou. It is pleasant to the taste. Sold by Druggists in every part of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Its value is incalcu lable. Be sure and ask for Mrs. Win-siou-'ii Soothing Syrup, and take no other kind. . M:uisi,A.rirK Turqnols 'I'i. Tciuicoif, February 5, 1891. Editor Piiom'KiTok . Tlicie has been nothing of any importance in this camp for the pait week. The Tom Scott shipped a car load of oro last Monday, but have shut down fur the present on account of the shortage of sacks. This makes about four car loads of ore now on the road from this mine. The new strike, tho Babbit mine, is still panning out very favorably. The owners have about fifteen tons of very fine ore ready for shipment. The Silver Bill is working its. com plement of men as usual. No ship menls have been made from this mine for some time, aud it i-i generally un derstood that the company will put up reduction works in the near future. O Nardini Co. are doing a very fair business in the grocery line. McMahon Bros, still hold their own at the Silver Bill saloon. Gilbert's restaurant is the favorite chop house of the camp and Mrs. Gil bert respectfully invites tho public to call when in Turquois, as she will en deavor to please all. Crowley Woods opened the Gem Saloon on the 1st, where they will be pleased to see their many friends. C G. M. Keeplnsr. lloiiif niili Cuek. ronelif k. Beetles, water hugs, etc., is not pleas TIih must effective and permanent remedy is for two or three nights to sprinkhj KOUGH ON RATS dry pow der unmixed in, about and doTi the sink and drain pipe; scatter it well but thinly over the sink. First thing in the morning wah it all away down the drain pipe, when all the insects from garret to cellar will disappear. The "ecret of this is in the fact that whereer the bugs or insects may be luring the day, they must go to the sinks for water during the night. I he) can't stand ROUGH ON RATS in their water. This is tho quickest, most effective and satisfactory rem edy. ROUGH ON RATS being a poi son, it should be used in this way only at night and wa-hed awa) early in the morning. Another wav is to mix a tablespoonful of ROUGH ON RATS with a half pound of brown sugar. Sprinkle it on rear of cnplioard shelves or on plate, or on sneeis oi paper placed high out of reach of children. Cut this out for directions. cou.vn iei:l'ois. The following instruments were riled in tho recorder's office since .1 p. m. yesterday : BILL OF SALE. C. B. Kr-lton, Sheriff, to G. W. iin, Yonge drug store; 1700. G. W. Swain to Mrs. II. J. Peto, Yonge drug store ; f 1SS3. ArroiNTMENr. Of G G. Berry as attorney in fact of Virginia Chief Mining company. ItOXD. C. L. Beckwith, with Lewis Will iams and Ben Williams, in the sum of 500 each. Just arrived from the eat, the fol lowing article: Cape Cod Cranberries, Apples, Full Cream Cheese, Mince Meat, Xante. Currants, Sour Krout, New Orleans Molasses, Boston Black Molassses, at Hoeh.sr's, 024-t IIOTi:i. AltltlV.U.V, COCHISE. F M Schroenberg, San Francifco. F Bracken. rier. Jiil Goldsmith, San Francisco. H H Hoyt. New York. just rece-ved a new invoice of Choico old Port, Five year old Zinfani lei, Sherry and Angelica wines. Also tiucsl brand of fam-'y liqnors at Jo?. Hoeflkk's DH.A.BAHKA Specialist for Disease of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Has returned from Europe, and resumed tb practice of his profession, Office- I4CJro. Ave., Mnu 1'rnn, frtj-tf F0TICE. All persons indebted to me will please metric' with Dick Trczona, who will receipt for the same. John -Blkwktt, Tombstono, Feb. 5, 1391. m :ra; ' wmsasmmM.'B "" Can you ;t22Ksi3Brt'i with so senous a matter r ato you aware inai DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY J for Coughs, Colds and Consumption is beyond question the greatest of all PJIoJern Remedies? Itwill Mopa ixnrgn in one nigni. it win cucck a i.oia in P a (lav. It will prevent Croup, relieve Asthma and cure Consumption if taken in ttrnt. Ynu can't aJMrd to lw without it. A 25 cent bottle mar save voui 8 SI0O in Doctor's bill mav save your life t Ask your druggist for it, or write I ! to W H. Hookeu & Co-.'-IG West Broadway, New York, for hook. .M,-B-ari.-3C:rc:BJa. -- "! - For Sale ly Hats sold below cost at Eucher Gres' furniture store. 1-20 lm Choiee Eastern Dried Apples and Dried Raspberries at Wolcott's.7-19-tf Choice California cheese and Hol and Herring at Hocller's. tf J. H. White's Flesh Ranch Butter at Wolcott's. 7-19-tf Fare to Bisbee via Engle's stage line reduced to $2.50. nl4.f Crown Mills Flour, Fresh Buck wheat and Graham Flour and Meals just received at Hocller's. Fresh garden and flower seeds; El Paso onion seed and alfalfa seed at Wolcott's. tf G. E. Braly, the pioneer dairy man. will deliver milk anywhere in the city at reasonable rates during the winter Choice branas of batter and cbeeie at Hoefler's the pioneer grocer, on Fro, moct and Fifth streets. n2 .-NOXICK. If you want fine straight whisky, of the most celebrated brands, drop into the 'ony Saloon and satisfy yourself that this is true. The Pony also car ries the finest brands of domestic ami imjiorted Brandies, Wines, Ales, Por ters, and all kinds of HquOrs.t Ice Cold Drinks of all kinds a specialty. The Carmen Key West Cigar is the finest for the money to be had in Ari zona. St. Louis Anheuser-Busch Lager Beer on draught at all times. No fav orites. Come all. JOHS SlIAUGIIXESBV, Proprietor. Slrjil r Nfoleii. About September XOth one small light bay mare with Mexican hrand on left hip; white star in forehead. One bay horse 13 hands high; brand J on left shot Idtr and , on left hip. A reward of ? iU for the for mer and $. for the latter. Leave in orm.ition at this office. 12 23 Hurltleu'n ,rnlra Halve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Braises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Bheum, Fever Sores, Chapped Hands, Chilbliini, Corns, and all Skin Ernp I ons, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satixfaction, or monoy refund d. Prion iij cents per box. For sale by J. Yonfje. Ho! I'..r ItUltee ! ! L. A. Englc is now running a fast two-horse rig between Tombstone and Bisbee. leaving Tombstone at 7:30 a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and Bisbee on alternate days, at same hour. Orders for passage or freight lobe left at store of Geo. H. Fitts Tombstone. Office at Bisbee at T ..l ;.- .. Q.oe.tf ICr'.I.lAHI.K AXI ALWAYS TI1K NAHK. Brandreth's Pills are the oldest safest and best blood purifierand ptirga live known. They are purely vege table, therefore harmless. They are always the g.imo and always produce the mine effect. Other purgatives re quire increased doses and finally cease acting altogether. A course of one or two of Brandreth's Pills on each night is a positive cure for constipation, headache and all billious disorders. If you can't take them plain get them sugar coaled. Subscribe for the Pbospector i i I'rulf Tretn, The finest trees ever offered for sale. Most all bearing trees, three years old, nil kinds. Also Umbrella, Chinese Mulleiry and Sweet Locust. To flow er lovers who make up a club I will sell my ever-blooming roses by ths one hundred at II apiece, and give yon your choice. Also Flowering Shrubs and Greenhouse Plants of all kinds for sale at the old place, corner Fill on and Second streets, Tomb stone, Arizona, by Willuk Bpiuch. WHY DO YOU COUGH? Do you know that a little cough is a dangerous thing? Are you aware that it often fastens on the lungs and far too often runs into Consumption and ends in Death? People suffering from Asthma, Bronclutis. Pneumonia and Consumption will allg tell you that g iiiTOTiBTrnuiiTU a nm n n IT STARTED WITH A COLD.' afford to neglect it? Can you trifle! Sh - - :m---m--i .1 YOXGE, MASQUERADE BALL. TO BE GIVEN AT MINING EXCHANGE HALL FEBBUWRY 13th, Dorm Opta at t3. Crand March S 3. Xuki BemoTrd at IliM. fter Which Ererybody Can Danca, No persons Allowed on the Without a Mssk. Floor Each Lady Will Receice a Souvenir. ADMISSION, - - $1Z0 (Admitting gentleman it Ladies.) Walsh & Hawke. -ST. LOUIS -- i. - - -j- BEER HALL. For Ios-Cold Beer Go to on Draught THE ST LOUIS BEER HALL ISfHEUSER BUSCH BEZWIKG ASSO CIATION. OF ST. LOUIS' MISSOURI. Wholesale and Retail. A?p!r tJ HAUTIN COST2LLO. To The Public I I have Re-furnished an 1 Re-opened The BISBEE - HOUSE BISBEE A. T. ILL PERSONS VISITING 1 Coper Camp cau find a clean and pleasant THE 'quiet, PLACE TO STOP. Miss Minnie Davis has become in terested with me in the housa and Everything Good to Eat And plenty of it will be the fealurs of the new place. Respectfully, Dim. MRS. J AS. HART. VOM SBCIML6U HEiDACBI. Use "Rough on Pain." Instant re lief. 25 and 60c. ROUGH o CORN8. Liquid, 15c. Salve, 10c ROUGH o WORMS." Safe, sure cure. 25c fir i ! f - P- -r-; rrT."rTr- ' J y . v.. ..'-. '- . - ii 1 ' -11 m- ""'-' '" "