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PROSPECTOR.
VOL. V.
TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 28, 1891
NO. 19 L
IUVIDS
yt
Hi:ittu vxitiNi:.
PIONEERSTORE
Cor. 5th and Fremont Sts
I0E HOEFLEK - PROF'F.
DE1L tX
General Merchandise.
MINERS' and SRANCHLKS
Supplies a Specialty.
AUKST FOB IMPKOVBD
AGRICULTURAL
IMPLEMENTS,
And the Celebrattd
Turbine Wind-Mills
TENT. "'OOS COVERS,
Buckeyi
ye Force-Dump,
fresh Garden Flowers and Field
Seed Constantly on Hand.
mrTtf
Wo hnvo the Exdushs Control of
rs O
N
L
0 j
n sw- p,MCI.M e1
HVJ
ArxJdon't Aare to cftr a prfit to telt this
Cocs:, for Its the BEST MADE. Ectry Con kola
ONE AND OKE HALF POUNDS.
F. TS. AA'OLCOTT,
Tjinb-itone, A. T.
PAPAGO
Cash Store,
Fremont, bet. 3rd & 4th.
FRANK B. AUSTIN
.Proprietor
Staple and Fancy
Choice Brands of
KENTUCKY WHISKY
AND
Grain of all Kinds
Kpt Con.lwUr on Hand tsd
SOLD AT LOWEST PRICES
-or
ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES
Unn.tastlr oc n.nil. lltl
BILLIARD PARLORS.
fir -
McDonough & Nobile,
Proprletr
iruu
. i U KB
CIA
Always in Stock.
ST. LOUIS BEER ON DRAUGHT
TUH tt.nnft Blttiari rrUr Soatfc CJ'
S?"-Z
R fwBSEseaOmUm
3 Sr7fTiiaaTIT3
S?Mif8l
y- 5 BViiJyiJJJ-YXJ
IJ g
Choice
Liacom
BAD ECZEMA ON 1ABY
Hec4oe Bll4Kre. afrit tag Awful.
Hs4tTleUUUu4i t Cradle.
lured by CvUrarm.
On, little tor brake ont on hi head with a lai
form of text mv when h w fmr mouth old.
Heiriftlthmutor bit tte did not help him.
Wetren urd Tuar the Cuticvil Kkhidik.
aad after nioz lhn flora ki vztciljr accoid
laetadtrecilooi.be bCAO rtediljr to improve, aod
Lnfrthruolth mur-vr monhhi bttdwu
CDttrrJjr w-ll. Wbfnwcbfkin utiiifcT H Ll hrl
wi a ora ore from ins oniwn ta ot erebro.
I alto All oter bU er. moft of hU iter, ad 1
ma I p!cr on differ nt paif of hi li j. Thrre
were txtrD wrrli thAt we had to kep ot tuodf
tied to t be cradle, a fid bold them when b u tA
Lei Dp; nd bad to leep mitten on his hAudf to
keep hi flnr-iiAiU out of tbt iorea, m be wrn'd
cratch if Lr oold lo nj way re a hi baodt loo.
we aow yoor vrriCTK kaukpie com nim
Wele-Iafe inr curames'Moethem toother
(UU It A JAN ETTA UAKHlb, Wcbitcr led.
Scrofulu Cured
I htTc a filter ynnnrer than myelf wdoic
whole body wa coTcrfd with tcrofuU oe. tiom
tied to TniI She conll nl He down at night And
hAdiio prACibrdAf. v IrWud dUed h-r to try
the CtmcCRA KillDIl. hhe Lid to. iul fhev
cured her. 1JUKA B KVIG.
He tyWaaiA. Ottf,
Cuticara Resolvent
The new Blood And Skin partner, and srcfttet
f Humor Keroedlr. clenie the blood of all lro
paritk and p I coa tletoecl And tho rem ore
the call?, while (Vtsccba. the grrat Ctl car.
And Cltictka boar. An rxquUlte kin beaatlS-r,
elrarte kla and kalp aod xvitore the faiir,
Thnv tje CtmccRa REMEiiiCAcnre cTtrj peclee
of ttrhtnf. bnrDioeCaljt pimply aob blotch to
tatp ard blid dleate from plmplr to crcf i'a
Irom In f Anc to a&t, when the bcti pby klACAfjuI.
Sold crcrjwhere. Price, CUTICUIA, 50c;Soap.
2c,,Rr.fOLVkNT, $1. Prepared by the PuTTE
Dkug and Ghimical Corporation- Boston.
9uSend for "Ho to Cure kin Diseases. "64
pflgei, 50 illustrations and too mtimoniaU.
fl I nWf Lln and LalD UU
fl'd and temaund
DMDI 0 T rracriu, f Abolatly pme.
9
PAINS AND WEAKNESSES
Oi females iatniiv relieved tiy bat
new. elesAQt, and itfalliMe Antidote to
Falfi.l&riammation And !N'eaktep, tkr
CuTtct'itA Amt: rAi rLaTKK.
Stable,
BISBEE, - ARIZONA
Horses cared for by the day, week or
month. Turnouts of all kinds
for rent.
ENLARGED, RESOVATED ASIt
bttttr than evtr prepared to cater to
the ntedt oj the public.
J. W. ADAM. - - Proprietor
Comet Saloon
Allen St.. Ket. 6tk and 7(1.
PASQUALE NIGEO, PROP.
Eferjoce knowi that the Fioett kinJ ol
Imported
WINK8.
UQUOK9,
AND CIUARP
Art ilwji kept at tblt Old 8Uid.
Billiard and Pool Tables
LA ESPERANZA!
Cor. Allen & Fifth St., Tonibstone.
curAssDn&ca
DEALERS IN
LiqtnK4 si :iti .,: htatl
a Vmmer 4Sretica,
GKA1N, HAT AND WOO"J
Ke?t Tootunll j oo-.H.nd. 8C LD AT LOWES')
rttlCBS. ContryllTPlat B.n)T t na o'
J. V. VICKERSi
FEEMOMT ST
REAL ESTATE,
MINES. MONEY
AND INSURANCE'
REAL ESTATE Bought. Sold ind Rented.
MINES Booght. Sold, and Miiuced.
MOSEY Lois Negotiated, and Inrejtment
made.
INSURANCE Fire. Aecideni and Life. Be
Compuuet. Let Rates.
t!IC
Pi urtA.TiX :os GTt To Cot i cnoiril
Teachers' Examinations
The regular quarterly ex
aminations for teachers' certi
ficates will be held at my
oflice in Tombstone.
begin
Mareh insr on MONDAY,
2d, 1891, at 9 o'clock a. m
and continuing two days.
F. N. WOLCOTT,
County Superintendent.
AMUSEMENTS.
S0HEIFFEL1N HALL,
March l.'Jth and 14th,
A CCL0SE0FMTERV.
WONDERMEXT AND MIRTll'
EXCACEMEST OF-
STEEN Jt WOOD'S
WORLD OF
MYSTEKY AND XOVCI.TIKS!
P.rAenTinj tte Creit Phenonaa,
MAKTHA&STEEN
The Only Lirla Artivt ho cue a Genuine EihU
bitUrs of aileut Traimiibp of Though', Menta
Telesnpkjr an) P-c nl bifih;
prof. chas. n. steen.
The Wurll' OrcaJt t Hj er cf p n Jira.
EU.VA.THC QUEEN' OP TlIEAin
The Hunan Orchid. IkeL-dy Who WilkinOirn
Spac,
WILL ILWOOU,
Ve'.t ikui t and Mgidan.
DANCING SCHOOL-
Now open at
MINING EXCHANGE HALL
CLASS MRHTri
MONJKVY AND WEDNESDAY
CHIEDhEN 6 CLV.-S
WEDNESDAY .V SATUKDAY
AFTEUNOON'S.
WcdncUy Fri'm 4 to;6
itnrd.i)r From a lo 4.30.
Private L-itoiw nt RtatonMe Rjtet.
Rculir Price foi Gs-dicaiM 'ft cents prr
tMan. Lru'.ifi Frre on diss Nilu.
Soiree Every Saturday Night
WALSH & HAWKE.
ST. LOUIS
BEER HALL.
JFor Ice-Cold Beer on Draught
Go to
Hi
THF ST IfllllS BEER HALLlun,,cr ,,ie i'10"'009 ot t,,eIIerndon
AXKIUSER BUSCH BBXWINS ASSO
CIATION. OF ST. LOUISi
MISSOURI.
Wholesale and Retail.
Ap ITlj ABT.S CO:T2LLO.
BY WIRE.
News of Importance From aF
Parts of the World.
And Condensed Into Fact
Without Comments.
(TECIAt. DIHfATClIKS TO rUOdriECTVl.
Fkbicuaby 2S.
In New Yotk to-dav silver
quoted at 90V, lead, $L-10: and
per. $14.35
The Southern Pacific Co.
cop-
has
made arrangements with the Santa Fe
company to transfer all passengers
to that road until the wrshouts in
Arizona can bo repaired. Passengers
arming at 1 Taso and wishing to
continue thei'r journey to California
will b transferred to the Santa Fe
train and taken to California ia Den
er and Ogden.
A San Francisco di-patch says:
The blockade on the A lantic and
l'acitic in California and Arizona, will
bo raiacd to-night when trains will
leave for the east.
John J. Si'llivan had a tight with
a brakeman at Athens, Georgia, in
which he got a black ee.
Henry S. Ives, a young Napoleon
of finance is back ;n Wall St. buying
and selling railways
Senator Stewart has .ecurcd an
appropriation of $200,000 for the
gathering of tntitics relative to irri
gation. $41)0,000 has alio been appro
priated for a public building the in
San Francisco.
A London special say: Slav in
got in a bar room quarrel with Mitch
el and practically mopped the tloor
with him and indicted injoriea which
confined him to his bed.
Advices from Chili state that the
bombardment of Iquiipiewas product
ive of great loss of life and heavy dam
age to property.) Two-hundred women
perished in the ruins of the sacked
buildings.
m
Jlappy llQOrrn
Wni. Timmons, Postmaster of Ida
ville, Indiana, writes: "Electric Hit
ters has done more for me than all
other medicine combined, from that
bad feeling arising from Kidnev and
Liver troubles. John Leslie, farmer
and stockman, of same place, says:
"Find Electric Bitters lo le the best
Kidney and Liver medicine, made me
feel likea new man." J. V, Gardner,
hardware merchant, same town, says:
"Electric Bitters is just the thing for
a man who is all run down and don I
care whether he lives or dies; he found
new streangth, new appetite and felt
just like he had a new lease on life.
Only 50c. a bottle, at J.Younge'ddrug
store. Speaker Clark, probably the most
inquisitive official that has ever held
such a parliamentary position, wants
to know if the first baby born in' Coco
nino county, last week, ought not
properly to he called a cocoanut. Hcr
alL Arixvua Rnllronda.
(PhebU Guttte)
Mr. Masten was before the corpora
tion committee in the afternoon, and
showed that in 'S9 the pawenger travel
over the Maricopa road amounted to
.'M,043.43; freight, 21,181 tons; mail
$112.00; other charges $871,8-1.
Maricopa county paid him $20O,C0O
subsidy or about fC.OOO per mile, but!
ne ciaimeu mat. nc couki not operate
freight and fare bill.
Mr. Jones, of the Prescott and Ari
zona Central, is rupcrindent of 73
miles of road. To begin with the
...,.,... nt V.r.n.t ...... Mr ,,i?i-
& a subfidy f 592,000, the county then
mortgucod tlio ro.nl, an first rnorl j.-a;.',
for -f"."0,000, and then ne a -cond
inortgiigo for another $7."0,000 which
this seventy-three miles of railroad
stands tnonsor for.
Tlio furtlier e.auiiiiation showcil
that the road for u long period of time
charged eight cents per mile, hut be
eaiifO of a presumed loycott, they rais
ed their charges to ten cents, the limit
allowed by law.
Atlterftneil I.cMU'r.
The following is a list of letters re
maining in the general delivery ul
the Tombstone postoffiee for the week
ending Feb. 23, 1891:
Albert, Michael ISartholimcw, Jos
Amalong, J L Hauchi, D
Andreani, Frank IJerry, Mrs Margrite
Conyer?, Leon G Ulavon, Carles
Curry, Mrs Hugh Hrener.Mrs Peter
Cunieo, Win E
Dean, J 11
Graves, A G
Gray, Thos E
Marifcal, J M
McLcod. J S
Nolets, Matty
Seymorc. Miss M
Uurk, Mrs M
Finley. C
Fleming, O Carl
Jones Mrs
Jo.ies, Jas
McCann, J J
Simpson A- Walker
Shufeldt. J H
Walters, A H
Wilds, Frank
Smith, Jas T
Wagner, Harry
Young, Itev J II
Parties calling for any of the al-ove
letter-, will please tay "advertised
and give dale.
W. A. Harwoow, P. M.
Dr. Gray has cloroil several con-! ties un,il l,c sha11 ,,av" been "jr
tracts for spaying cattle in Sonora. At TPintfl or clccte.l thereto, and have
the present time he ha about half' 'l"a,ifie1 therefore as required by law;
finished with Haggim,' herd, which j tl,al if e do o lie doe o at liU own
ranges about fifty-five mile- from here. I "k "''' compensation therefore will
The inferior cow. of the Sonora herds j ,,c i,Illlc1'1 anJ B ' e 010 who
will be thrown on the market as soon 1 1,fts eU'ctt'1 or I'Pinted and
as in condition and give place to a bet-, llifil. There may be some excep
ter grade of animals. This seems to tion to this rule. They are, however,
be the craze there at the present time-, not """.v centered in de
and is a wise move on the part of our! termining this case. In this ca.e Be-
neigultors. Dr. Oray
Sonora to morrow.
hbors. Dr. Gray will return to
Subscribe for the Pkosi'kctor
Tom Smith and wife, of Huachuca
Siiling, came up to see the Deestrick
Skule l.i't night.
-- -
Several years ago Chamberlain t
Co., of Des Moine, Iowa, commenced
the manufacture of 3 cough syrup, be
lieving it to be the most prompt and
rcmtu.e preparation yei prouueeu r tini,I M) frtr a8 ,Ilt. nianner of the ap-cough-,
colds and croup ; that the pub-1 ,,oilltIlu.nt j, concerned, btit is other
lie appreciate true tnt-rit, and in time
it w.n certain to become popular.
Their moft sanguine hopes have been
j more than realized. Over three luin
! dred thousand liottlcsof Chamberlain's
i Cough Remedy are now- sold each
year, and it is recognized as "Hie best
made," wherever known. It will cure
a n-vere cold in les time than any
other treatment. For sale by II. J.
Peto.
A silver-tip lear was killed just be
low the line last week by some of the
cowboys employed in the neighbor
hood of the Huachuca range which
was a big fellow and had been giving
the ranchers much trouble. John
Kobbins some time ago ottered $-"0 for
the skin of the brute if not mutilated.
The bear had been seen several times,
but all efforts to capture it had proved
futile till he was caught at a disadvan
tage and killed. The skin was brought
in to Mr. Bobbins and will occupy a
space nine fert long in his parlor at
his ranch house in Ash canyon.
J. Nnrdini has received the appoint
ment of postmaster at Turqtioi. vice
J. D. Lowry, resignod.
A new sidewalk and awning now
adorns the front of Wolcolt's store.
It's an ill wind that blow, etc.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
Roy&l
j33?
ADSOUJTELY PURE
GOOD LAW.
Tlio Itt-asoiiM Wliy Iitlian Get
Mix Salary a Prison Super In
tendviit. The decision of ihe Supremo Court
in the case of 1'ehan against the (pri
son commissioners, to compel tliein to
is?ue a warrant for his salary w" ile
holding on to the otlice after his suo
cesor had been appointed, waa an
nounced by Judge Kibby, who said :
"That as a general rule the right to
the emolument of an office is incident
to the title to the office. It has been
almost universally held by the courts
of this country and of England that a
person who, although he may actually
perforin the duties of an office, and
have been posseed of all the ineignia
thereof, yet he cannot recover or com
pel payment of the emoluments of the
office unless he shall also have been
lawfully invested with the oflice itself.
In nearly, if not quite all those cases,
however, in which that doctrine is as
serted, there was a de jure officer, one
who was legally entitled to the otlice.
"This doctrine depends upon the
very obvious rule of public Miliey;
that is, that no person rlull assume
an oflice or attempt to perform its du-
'". """"" -kj w ' "'
otlice tic claimed, although he was ap
pointed in pursuance of a Territorial
law- that had been conceded for a num
ber of pnrs to be valid. The office
it-elf existed but no valid appoint
ment had been made thercso. There
was, in other words, during the period
for which he now claims the salary.no
person legally appointed thereto. The
co'irt are of the opinion that where a
person in good faith and pursuant to
x law which, though it is unennstitu-
wise valid, and in pursuance of an ap
pointment thereunder as-nmes that
office and icrforms its duties and there
being no petson legally appointed
thereto, is entitled to the emoluments
of office.
"The prayer for the writ is there
fore g-autcd and the board is ordered
to audit the claim up to the time of
the appointment and qualification of
Ingalls to that otlice, less the salary
already paid."
CIill.I Killed.
Another child killed by the use of
opiates given in the form of sooth
ing syrnp. Why mother give their
children such deadly poison is surpri.
ing when they ean relievo the child
of its peculiir troubles by using Dr.
Acker's Baby Soother. It contains
no opium or morphiue. Sold by J.
Yonge.
Dr. Gray, the veterinary surgeon,
came up from Sonora night before last
on receiving news of the death of his
son in Wyoming. He would have
started for there had not the news
reached him so late as to render the
trip useless. He was a young man of
much promise, twenty-three years of
age, and held a prominent place in the
live stock industry of that Territory.
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, S8
Baking
Powder
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