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- - 'h w !1V J TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR. f "5 & vol. v. TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. Fill DAY EVENING, FEBKlUlt 27. 1891 NO. 190 3 I t 11 Kit 1 it tMtiNi:. PIONEERSTORE Cor. 5th and Fremont Sts IOE HOEFLER! - PROFP. OHLJa IS General Merchandise. MINERS' and RANCHERS Supplies a Specialty. A'iSXT KOIC IMi'UOVSD AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, And the Celebrated Turbine Wind-Mills jTESTi, ifioS COVERS, Buckeye Force-Dump, Fresh Gardeo Flowers and Field Seed Constantly on Hand. Wa kav$ the Exclusive Control of And don't hav to cfftr a prfzt t9 tttt CAs CootU, for Itstht BEST HADE. EtrgCankoiU CKE AND ONE HALF POUNDS. JP.ipf. AAOLCOTT, r Toiii'.Mtotic, A. T. PAP AGO Cash Store, Fremont, bet. 3rd & 4th. FRANK B. AUSTIN Propriety Staple and Fancy Choice Brands of KENTUCKY WHISKY ANP Grain of Jl Kinds Eeot CootrtIy on Tl&nd tod SOLO AT LOWEST PRICES -OF ' ASSAYKRS' SUPPLIES knstmiiilr on HdS. jvttl BILLIARD PARLORS. t Tomlinlonr, arliosi. McDonough & Mobile, Choice LlltCOKM Wl.VIM, mm V.ttiM Always in Stock. ST. 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W khow joor CtrncviLt Kcmepii cartd him We le'l nff ia r com men!) them toother HSO U X JANKTTA HAltlUS, Webttcr Ind. Sciofula Cured I he a iter ycunirer tbtn myelf whote wbol U-rtj wacoYcrt with cro nla to e. tiotn hvd to f.K-t Sb cuol t n-l He J owe at sight aod had no p ftc . b r day. vfrWndadrivcJ her to try the t menu Ukvedie. he lU o, and tbey Currdbtfr. UOKA II haVIM). Hit s)Uania Obi', Cuticura Kesolvent The new Blool and Skin Purifier, and citet t llamor Ktroellc, c'fiDKi the b ojdof all 1m paniie aod p- Ioloo tUiuentand thaareiauVe tbecaua while VUCCkA. the errat bkl enrv, atd Citici'bu Sir. an cxqulalte kln beaailfl-r, clrte klc and tkalp and Tvatore the hair. Tbo t le Cuncraa kimepii cuie try vpeclea of tublne. bBrD!tjflt pimply an b blotchy Kln aialpard bl-ddWeaie from pimple toMr'rcf ia irora lrUtcy to age, when the Lett phy icIaLt fjul. Sold ever)uheTC Price, CCTICUHA. 5oc;SOAP, 2c,Ruulvi,nt, 51. Prepared by the PoTlL Dkug am Oiii-wical CofcPOkATiOH boston. tS-Snd for "How to Cure Skin DtscAses.M6J PE. 50 illustrations and iao tcjlimonuls. DADV'C klnaDdkalp iafl d and brai DMDI O by Oct'ccba xat. AbolQtly braauflvd poie. PAINS AND WEAKNESSES Ui kmiln lurtM&iiv reltetrd r-T bal F new. decant, and iM&lIiHe Antidote to 11x1.1 nnmraaiijn and vsakLe. Ike t'ninrii ait: taim Pimiu BISBEE, - ARIZONA Horses cared for by the day, week 01 month. Turnouts of all kinds for rent. ENLARGED, RENOVATED ASD btl'T than tter prrparrd to eatrr to the need of the public. J. W. ADAM. - Proprietor Comet Saloon Allen St.. Bet. 6th and 7tli PASqUALE NIGRO, PROP. Everyone koow th.t the Finest kloJ. ol Imported tVINEfl, UQUOR8. AND CIUARf Arealwijt Kept at tht. Old Stasd. Billiard and Pool Tables LA ESPERANZA! Cor. Allen & Fifth St, Tombstone. DEALER8 IX J Vrvrcriea, GKA1JT, HAT AND WOO'J Kept Coa.Untlr an He " S 8C LD AT LOWES! rnicrs. ConLtr)rT4oc B. mrH i r-o'd J. V. VICKERS FRZMONT ST REAL ESTATE. MINES. MONEY ANO INSURANCE' RKAL ESTATE Bough). Sold and Rrnted. MINES Bouebt. Sold, and Uaural. , MONEY Loans Ncfotuted. and ta.eslmenl made. INSURANCE Fire. Acddeot and Life. Be. Compaaiea. Lowest Rales. Vtourr Attmti cm Gifts T Cctxt criom Stable. SE AMUSEMENTS. SOHEIFFELIN HALL, March i:ttli uuil 14th, A CtCLO.N'E OK MVsTERV. WONOEIUIEXT AND illKTH taJGAGF.MESrO? STKKN & WOOId world or MYSTEKY AXO NOVELTIES! Pmentins tLc Crcat PhciwloA. MAKTHA CSftEX' Tb.Onl Lit In' Artul oho cij a Genuine ElM. ltti.a ofailcut TraimUMn or ThujltTt lenta Tdcfrvph mai Sec nd Siht PKOF, CIIAS. N. STCEX, The Wrld'. O.cat tt Enjxr c f SpVi uiium. EDNA. THE QUEEN Or THE Ain. The Human OrchU. Ike Ldy Whl Wall,, in Open Sface. WILL B. WOOD. Vc.tiiloqui't and Musician. DANCING SCHOOL- Now open at NG EXCHANGE HALL CL.4SS NIGHTS 3IONIAY ANO WEDNESDAY CHII.DHF.x'c) CH.W WEDNESDAY & SATUKDAY AFTE1CNOO.VS. Wcdnesdaj From 4 1V6 .Natnrua) roni 2 10 4 35. Private Istsons at Reasonable Rites. Regular Prices for f!jn:!em;n 'j't emtsj'prr Iiion. I.i.lirt Free on CU.i Nisrl.ts. Soiree Every Saturday Night WALSH & HAWKE. ST. LOUIS BEER HALL. .For Ice-Cold Beer on Draught Go to THE ST LOUIS BEER HALL aNHEUSER BUSCH EEKWING ASS - C1ATI0N. Or ST. LOUIS MISSOURI. Wholesale and Retail. A?plTto,MAHTIN CO&TRILU. NCnCE. All persons indebted to me will please settle with Dick Trezona, who will receipt for jhe same. John Bi.EWirrT, Tombstone, Feb. 5, 1891. DR.A.BAHKA1T Specialist for Diieaso of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Has returned from Europe, and resumed the practice of bis profeiin. ; 14 ttrumt At., Naa Fr. rji; BY WIRE. News of Importance From al' Parts of the World. And Condensed Into Fact Without Comments. RTKCIAL DISPATCHER TO PKOSPECTOl. FEBkUARV 27. In New York to-day nilver was quoted at OCA, lead, $4.40; an J cor ner. $14.35 Keports frnni all parts of Oregon and Washington show that a snow storm has prevailed since Sund.n. The fall westof the Cascade mountains has generally been light, but in the eastern portion of the two states from five to eighteen inches hae fallen. The railroads have experienced no trouble thus far. The Giobe-Deinocrat prints a rnnimunicatinn signed by Billy Simtns and Sam Berliner, of San Antonio, offering a pnr5c of 115,000 for a finish fight with bkin tight or two ounce glnes, between Bob Fitzsimmons and Jim Hall, of Australia, the fight to come ofrduring the San Antonio fair in the last wek in October or the first of November. Marquis of Quernsbury rules to goiern. As an cvidenci" of good faith they will deposit $2,000 with KooJie, of St. loui, or Luke Short, of Fort Worth, as soon a the match U made. The Brili-h tcanihip Klva-'lot:, the pioneer of a new line between Bal timore and Brnzil, sailed this morning for Rio Janeiro and Santor with full general cargo, including twenty freight cars and one pjsse ger car for the Sautoe. It also carries the (Tnittd Slates ninil-. Will return to Balti more with a full cargo of coflVc. People continued going to the Cherokee strip yesterday, though in mll niimlicrs. During the afternoon the Secretary nf the Interior wired that settler' on the Cherokee ftrip were there at their peril. A troop of cavalry will h-gin the work of ejecting the loomerj to morrow. Kev. N. R. Covert, ef Findlay, O., hm retained counfel lo press the claims of himself and Mrs. Gen. John C. Fremont to the ownership of Bird ifland, in San Francisco hay. The amount involved is over $10,000,000. Gen. Fremont, when military governor of California, purchased the island from Mexico. The United States re pudiated the purchase and declined to reimburse Fremont, but took posses sion and erected fortifications and a lig1ithnue thereon at a cost of $9,000, 000. Some time before he died, being low in funds. Fremont secured finan cial aid from Covert, giving a half option interest in the inland. The silver pool inveetigatingcom mittec made its report to the House list evening. The report, which is unanimous, gives the story of the in vestigation alluding to the more im portant testimony, but not reviewing it in detail, dismisses the testimony of Mr. Owensby as the product of a "Romancer," whose imagination is not restrained by the limitations of the truth. It concludes, after reviewing all the evidence: "There is no evi dence that any Repreentative is now, or has ben during the present session of Congress, directly, or indirt ctly, in terested in silver bullion or certificates representing silver bullion." The Tucson smel'er "blew in" .Mon day, and to-day everything is working smoothly, under the careful and able management of Prof. Chas. T. Good ing. Already the ban of copper bul lion nro beginning to accumulate on llio (liiiiip. His I'rof. Gooding's in tention to mould the nine from this furnaro into bricks for eale in the city for building and eidcnalk iurpoeg, and wo are assured the brick will lx of proper ai :e and tliajye for the purposed intended. Tucson Citizen. roiJivrv it : i.s. The following instruments were tiled in the recorder's ollico fince 3 p. in. vesterday: LOCATION. Procrastination, Dragoon mount ains; T. F. Hudson, Tom. Pidivell. BKAXD-l. 77, bar over. Mrs Ann Drew, P. O Gutewood. SATISrACTIOjf. Mortgage given February 21st 1S90 by J. A. Bright to Chas Pugh. Judgment in cae of W. A. Ratfertv vs F. L. Austin, for fS33.40. Subscribe for the Pp.ospector llM'PV llno.rri. Win. Timmon, Postmaster of Ida ville, Indiana, writer : "Klectric Hit tcrs has done more for me than all other medicines combined, from that bad ft'eling arising from Kidney and Liver troubles. John Leslie, farmer and stockman, of same place, says: "Find Electric Bitter to be the best Kidney and Liver medicine, made mej feel like a new man." J. W.Gardner, hardware merchant, same town, says: i "Electric Bitters is just the thing for a man who i nil run down and don't care whether he lives or dies; he found new streangth, new appetite and felt just like he had a new lea'c on life.! Only 50c. a bottle, at J. Younge'jdrug- j store. The Moderno. a paper printed in Spanish to promote closer relations between this country and Mexico, says "Mexico does her share in en couraging commerce with this coun try, but the United States reems to think that all the encouragement must come from one side. This is hardly fair, to say the leat. As an instance of .he willingness of the Mexican gov ernment lo promote commerce may be mentioned tin- many millions of dollars which .-lie pays annually to railroads and ste.mhip lines. Mexico has not. perhaps, one-tenth of die commerce and ltss per centage of de veloped wealth than the United State", but she gives more substantial encour agement to commerce than thi-t conn try with its b asted wealth and devel opment. Several years ago Chamberlain A Ci,o! Dea Moine, Iowa, com nencf-d the manufacture of a cough syrup, be lieving it 10 be the mo-t prompt and reliable preparation yet produced for coughs, colds and croup; that the pub lie appreciate true mrrit, mid in time it was certain to become popular. Their most sanguine hopes have been more than realized. Over three hun dred thousand bottle-" 'f Chamberlain'? Cough Remedy are now told each year, and it is recognized as "the best made," wherever known. It will cure a severe cold in le.s time than any other treatment. For sale by If. J Poto. The Tucson city council have grant ed a street car franchise to Messrr Fitzgerald and SyLcs. It stipulate that a mile of track shall be completed within six months troiu the date ol iguirig. "Dcesttiek Sktile" at SchielTalin Hall to-night. The great cotton crop of Texas foi 1S90-9I is close to 2,000,000 bales, worth very near $100,000,000 one fourth of the entire crop of the United States. Highest of all in Leavening Power. aOal jessssj ABSOLUTELY PURE THE STORM. S.ine llw r its E((iii anil Latest reports show that the storm is idiout over. Serious damage has been done to rjilway property in the southern part of California especially. The line entering I.os Angeles from the north it in almost as bad a condi tion a ln-l year. Muchof the new and costly work which required ten months to complete has fullered from the storm. Two hundred feet of the bridge west of Los Angeles has been carried away. The tunnel at the en trance of the canyon is damaged badly. On the Yuma divUion eight bents of the bridge were destroyed and the tracks were six feet out of line in many places. The bridge near Monterey was car ried away. Several washouts of track have been reported near Pomona and east of Colton 25 fret of tracks, round house, ridings and everything mova ble have been swept away by the waters. Between Banning and Colton ieveral bridges have been weakened. On Santa Ana branch the tracks are under water for a long stretch, and in some places have lietn washed away. On the south of Downing station the new railroad bridge has deen destroy ed and the town flooded. Between Sevtn Palm and Yuma the track N in a bad cuntition. The wires are in a bad condition and nothing defi nite is known of the condition of roads in other direction". The Siin.-et route will probably be in operation before a week, but no tickets to California will be sold at present. The Atlantic anil Pacific is washed out near Bar-tow and they have sus pended the sale of tickets via Mojave for one week. The passengers will be sent east over the Central Pacific, the latter route being in good condition, as is alro the Miusta line. The Gila and Colorado rivers con tinue ri-ing and the highest notch will le reached by morning. The high tmhankinent thrown up to sive property still remains. Yuma is out of danger and there is no immediate prospect of railroad communication. CliiM Killed. Another child killed by the tuts of opiates given in the form of ro.,th itig svrnp. Why mothers give their children such deadly poison is siirpih ing when they ean relievo the child of its peculiir troubles by using Dr. Acker's Baby Sootl-er. It contains no opium or morphine. Sold by J. Yonge. They s.iy that fifty years ago the school girls cried when the boys kissed them. Fred Roland was before Justice Johnston today on a charge of petty larceny. He was committed in de fault of $30 fine. After the first charge, preferred by his employ er, Ben Baron, it was found that he had been in the habit of taking little things not helorging to him from various strr- around town. He will have n ht-ariug on an additional charge tin- evening. No Southern Pacific train has yet arrived from the, west. The track is in a terrible condition, and the chances arc that it will be some time before a through train will arrive. Iowa wants t know if the govern ment owes any protection to the pay err; of the special liquor tax. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1S&9. W I " K4 tvfWG&V ! W"T"