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,. j? .;?. S ri .J " . . ' ' V f r ' "file'- ?t - - iS t -. , -,. i f- -JK UF ,lC,lf4r-t,v ;t viTOivVV- of".-.-. j T? M s- . -r. rre TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR Arlmnu A: Soulltcunlern Time Card. 11. K -oasss LEAVE. Bisbee 7.00 jn AJUUVE. Fairbank 9.00 a.m. Fsirbank 10.00 a. in. Bisbev 12.30 n'n Daily, extent Sunday. fPacific tin'"- . Ben Williams, Supl. Mcual Ser Ice. The following is the range ol the thermometer for the 24 hour ending 3 o'clock p. m. July 3 Maximum SWa Minimum 71 LOCAL NOTES. The brand of V D Martinet of Gen oa Wis recorded today. Ligo Connor is on the street again. Hid fine was paid lint night. A. Bauer shipped one trainload of cattle, and not two, to Kansas Oily, last month. The raffle for the harness at Pattou's will take place at 3 o'clock on Satur day afternoon. j2-2t A Joerger came in today from his mountain brewery in the Huachuca mountain, bringing a large load of bottled beer. Will Bayless. formerly of Tomb stone, is matched to run a hundred yard at Prescott to-tiiorrovv. San Diego is getting worked up over the possibility of getting cheap coal from the Sotiora coal fields. The table at the Can Can will bo supplied to-morrow with every good thing that can be had on the coast. Judge Berry and wife have gone to San Diego and will remain there a month or o before returning to T-omrjfiione. Unless more care is giver, to the hair, the coming man is liable to be a hairless animal, hence, to prevent the hair froai falling, use Hall's Hair Ite- newer. The report is in Tucson that Col "Wier of the Salero mines has made a million dollars in New York this sum mer on a mining deal. Choice, fat chickens, fresh fruit oi all kinds and ice cream win be but a small part of the bill of fare at the Can Can to-morrow and Sunday. Caesar's famous "Veni, vidi, rici," I came, I saw, I conquered might be an appropriate motto for Ayera Sarsa' parilla. We charge nothing fortne suggestion. This great blood purifier conquers wherever it cornea and is now absolutely wi.hout equal in the world. Visitors should remember that there is a spot in town that is cool and com fortable in the hottest day; it i the Can Can restaurant. Allen English asked today for a leave of absence for sixty days. He will visit bis parents in California. His father is SO years of age and he has not seen him in ten years. As an Emergency Medicine, for sud den colds, Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral take the lead of all remedies, a dote or two generally sufficing t" stop or dinary coughs and ease the worst. For the cure of throat and lung disor ders, this preparation ia unequalled. Another old timer has been heard of. The Lower Californian, among other notes of interest from Alamo says that Dan Ieuch is burning 70,000 brick and will build the best house in town, on his lot between rrencliya saloon and Tom West's shop. 1181111135 ltIT lz II PRICE'S noM Baking Used in Millions of Homes Council iititr. I oiru:i,ti. i:i:iMicr. The City cotmcil met last night foronii- Ilnri JrSii.t-rvl..r- t the first time in ihtir new quarters in the Heconlers oourl room on the low er floor of the city hall. Councilman Hare was the only absent member. The reports of the Officers were re ceived and died. A few bills were presented mid referred to the finance committee and the following bills were allowed and warrants ordered drawn on the Salary fund : C H & T Co, oil . . S 1 Hart, keys . . A H Emanuel, minute book A H Emanuel, court costs f I DO 1 75 12 00 IS 00 E Utcs, s.ipplies C 1' A AtchUon, repairs 7 10 JO B Winston, repairs .... 1 00 The bill of the ft uachuca Water Co $H and the City Water Co fl were ordered paid by warrauts on the gen eral fund. The clerk was instructed to adver tise the notice to taxpayers of time when taxes become delinquent and the council adjourned. IrrVon liuerenteri? The following frank statement from J. E. Hare of Trenton, Texas, will ie of interst to many of our citizens. "My little boy was ery bad off for two mouths with diarrhcea. We ued various mediant, p, also called in two doctors but nothing did him anj good until we used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Disrrlueu Remedy, which gave immediate relief and eoors cured him. I consider it the brtt med iciue made aud cn conscientiously reco-nmenil it to nil who need a diar rhaa or colic medicine. For sale by H.J. Pkto. Ijibr ."- . Wm. Bartholmew returned today ftotn San Joi-e. He bring additional information frnm the desert lake. He cmie through there nii;ht before last and states that the theory that the water comes from the Colorado River is scouted there and the facts are be coming plain that the water i from the Gulf of California. The water is ri-ing slowly from day to day nnd a watch of its action shows that it rises and falls with a continual wave ir otinn which is conidered nothing more or les- than the tide. The water now contains 25 per cent call. A tailloat is pro'pecting the lake, but without any discovery as ye- The theory is strengthened by the fct thftt the Col . rado is still rising above and at Yuma which would not be the case if the water came from the river. Old timers atserst that if this vat body of water had come from the river that the river would have run dry in 21 hour after the fiwi fign of water made its ap pearance. FniuiVKKPiKr vkaiin, An old well-tried remedy. Mr Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children vhile teeth ing, with perff-ct success. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays rh pain, cures wind colic, aud is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. 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 slov's Soothing Syrup, and take no olhf r kind, Profesor Church, formerly of the T. M. AM. Co of this camp, lias re turned to the United States after sev jears residence in China. The Atchison, Topeka & Santa FefL programme: company began on Jan. 1st a new system of makinA payments to its sta tion agents by allowing them commis eions on ticket sales instead of giving them stated salaries. This plan, though not in operation long enough to de termine its actual merit is said to be quite successful, inasmuch as it offers nirents the inducement to secure in I crea-ed business. Powder 40 Years tie Standard. J ." Iil Count. . July, 2d, 1691. 10 o'clock a. m. Present Supervisors John Montgom ery and fccott White. By un u i unions vote the following claims were allowed and warrants on the expellee fund ordered drawn : S W Ice Co.. ice . $ 20 85 E Sdow. jury ervi(e 1) I, Bruner, constable fees. R A Allred, justice fees. . . . G W Huse, mediral service A N IS ray, constable fees.... C It Kelton, sheriff's fees- Jacob low man. constable f es " " jailor " " sanitary fees. II E Penny, justice fees. . M CoUllo, jury cert If F Williams, drugs P B Watnekros, jury cert I, A llolsladt, interpreting. C G Jobnxton. piMice fees . G W Baker P B Warnekrts, supplies. Pete Hook, jury cert .... F E Cadwell, constable fees.. Frank Ityan, peace officer. . 10 00 71 50 7 10 o0 00 220 05 1119 42 to U) 3U 00 52 00 43 15 7C5 20 1 50 21 00 4 00 53 5 25 75 147 55 135 00 237 45 37 75 49 10 30 00 10 00 49 20 It A Allred, justice fees E Sjdow, rupplies indigent Alex Dufward.jury cert Wm. Ohnesorgcn, jiilice fees Whitney & Whitehead, meals to prisoners L Graham, constable fees S C Perrin justice feea . . . C E Frederick, repairs W F Bradley, recotding. ... By unanimous vote the board 25 80 17 50 52 50 54 00 4 SO took recess to 2 o'clock p. m. 2 o'clock. Ordered that the county treasurer be aud i hereby instructed to cloi-e accounts with the general, salary and contingent funds by transferring from the said funds to the county expense fund all balances now therein and to hereafter place to the credit of the said expense fund, all moneys coining into Iii hands under any appropria tion for said general salary and contin gent funds until further ordered by this board. Whereupon the board by unani mous vote resolved i self into a board ot equalization and adjourned to 10 o'clock a. m. July 3. There being no further business be fore the board it adjourned to meet at 10 o'clock a. m. July 3d, 1691. Scorr White. Chairman pro tern. W D. Monmomer, Clerk. Do You See The Pointf Here it is I You coins to our store. You buy of our goods ; You buy very low; You get good values. IF You are not satisfied, Yon get your money back. Men's Hats, Shoes, Shirts, Under wear aud Socks 'are now going at a ratn that gives competitors the head ache. Come and see us, j2-2t 'ew York Stock. CtontMlJulf- Jtu. The barber shops will be closed prouij tly at 1 p m. on July 4th. Jos. F. LlPPERT J. B. Miako Bex Baeos The last song service for the sum mer in the Methodist church, will be held Sunday night, July 5th. com mencing at 8 o'clock. The following oong Cy the congregation, Prayer Rev. F. W. Downs. Song By Sunday School. Recitation Willie Smith. Quartette By choir. Duett Mrs. Kieke and Miss Rafferty. Responsive reading Song.. By audience. Duett. . Miss Howell and .Miss Roath. Solo..., Miss Nettie Rafferty Anthem ...By choir Duet. . ..Mrs. Downs and Miss Roath Short address on secular and inns education. reng- Horklfus Aruira Halrn. Thb Bust. Sz,t in the world for Cuts, Braises. Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rbenm, Fever Sores, Chapped Hand, Gbilblatns. Corns, aud !l Skin Ernp t.oo, and positively euros Piles, or no p-ty required. It ia guaranteed to give j-erlect satiafaction, or money refund d. Prioa 5 cents per box. Fcr ale Ly J.Yooga. Ilrancht K Out. The San Diego Union is ntitliril for the statement that the lilizeus who went to Los Angeles last week to assist in perfecting plans for the Am ericau Colored Men' Mexican Coloni zalion company, report that the pa pers were signed on Thursday for the first 100.000 acres of land. G. Audrd of San Fracisco, who was accompanied by his attorney, turned over the patent to his tract, beginning on the rwi.oru side of the Gulf of California, soiiu twenty miles below Yuma, and wlieie a remnant of Ce Lerdo colony, tuuu ded by the former owner, still re mains. The papers were also signed for n second 100,000 acre tract adj- iintig, to be purchased it year from now on the same liberal terms. The attorney (or the company was given sixty days in ?:&: to c-.aUc investigation o: tnc title at the City of Mexico, aud if this is satisfactory, the work of colonizing will at once begin. There were about sixty colored men at the subsequent meeting, and the eastern delegates said that the people of their race in both Mississippi and Tennessee weie most anxious for the fugira. The l'ulplt and nucr. lUr. F. M. hhr.iut. put ir United Sum Brnli rn Chorea, Bin Xjtud Kaa., ijr -l f-rl tt m, dily t tll w fcat w nd?r Dr Klaj". New Dierovery hat done for me Mj luag were badly d!icd, and nit pjrlstilooer thouebt I ould lire only a ftw weeks. 1 took Are bottles of Dr Kl g's New Discor er; and am ooadt and well, a I'M in weight.- Arthur Love, manager Lute's Funny FolW Combination, writes "After a thorough tri.l and cuvlncini; erMence, I am cents de it Ilr Klrg's New DiTerj f r Con suuipiltui beats 'em jll, and cure when eTervtbini; ele falls The greitettklnauest t can do my m.ny ILoutand frlendt Is to nr.e them to try IL" Free trial bol le at Yoi.ge s Drujj Store, Rsular ilzes Solent i.dM Col. Herring will delher the oration to-morrow at Bisbee. From Bisbeee thewilonel will go to southern Califor nia to enjoy the sea breeze with his daughters, Miss Sarah and Miss Ber i ha, at Redondo beach. Our .lclil Onlj. On Thursday uight July 9th, the Bijou Dramatic Co. of this city, will produce, for the benefit of the ceme tery, that ever popular drama, Field ing Manor, or the False Friend, with the following 019 1 of characters: Lucien Glvbe (an adventurer). Dr. C. P. Gillespie. Cuthbert Fielding (the lost heir) Dan Hcnuessy. Cyril Garland, a (subaltern) Ralph Smith. General Stanley M. Henessy Abertroinbie Cuurtwell (in loe with Rebecca Fred Storer. Andrew (a servant) John Blewitt. Bailiff Leon Aubrey. Edith Fieldino (the heiress) Kate Walsh. Nina Cliauncey (a divorced wife) Nellie Yaple. Lady Ogden (a baroness) Xettie Rafferty. Rebecca Stanley (sweet on Abbie) Nellie Walsh. Eugenia Maitland i of uncertain Margaretla Maitland ( ago. Kitty Rafferty and Edith Stowe. If the object is laudable give us a good bouse Tickets for sale by the cemetery committee. Reserved seat plat at Ya pie's. It-served seats 75c. General admission 50. Children 25c. The decorations for the 4th are very elaborate and are being generally dis played throughout the city. Abojt thirty men will come over from the pmi. to see the sights and play ball. The Engine Cu's ball at the 3chief felin ball in the evening and many private displays of fireworks will not make the day a lifeless one. The Plrat NympluniaorDeath. Tired feeling, dull headache, paiu u various parts of the body, sinking at the pit of the stomach, loss of appe tite, feverishness, pimples or sores, ant all positive evidence of poisoned blood. No matter how it became pois oned it must be purified to avoid death. Dr. Acker's English Blood El ixir has never failed to remove scro fulous or syphilitic poison. Sold un der a positive guarranWt. Warn hit. -AiteuU ii c Economy rue Burmr. CneupuiJ best o the Liu the market Addteta P. O. Box Sj uoiha, Neo, Clixircli IVoticow. M. K. Clitirt-U Rev. F. W. Downs, pastor. Service Sunday at 11 a. in. and 7 -45 p. m Sunday School at 12 in. Morning subject, "Sabbath Desecra tion." In the evening tho s.-ng ser- ice. All are invited to attend Do von want io save from 25 to 50 c nts on ever dollar jtn peiid II . write torotir Mammolh illiistratet citalogut', containing lowest inunu-- ureis' prices of groceries, drj gootl iil and shoe, clothing, hardware, iriculiuntl iniplemeuls etc. Mailed I receipt of 20 cents for po-lage UllIOAOU (iKNKItAl. Sri-fl.V Co, 17 Van Bnreii. t "I hear yoa Intend cans'sg your !! paper The Record, Faber?' "I had thought of that name with favor. Pennibus." "Don't do it, I implore you "Why?" "The record is so easily broken now.' -ilunsey's Weekly. Not Much r Jti K-ror Sometimes a typographical error adds zest, as one "local. which besran: "Dr. Smith, who is widely known as one of the most klllful of our physicians." the "s" having disappeared, with the usual depravity of Inanimate things or shall we say with a divination of the truth wholly unusual? T1ilr t se. Mrs. Fanple (looking up from the paper)- -I wonder what air brakes are ased for? Mrs. Dene Tostop wfnd-mllls, Isup oose. West Shore. Tbe Flower or Europe. ' Of the 4.200 klnda of flowers which trrow In Europe, only 420 are odorifer ous. The white flower is the most common, there being 1.194 kinds of that color. Less than one-fltth of these aro fragrant Of the 951 kinds of yellow flowers 77 are odoriferous; of the 83 red kinds, SI; of the SOS violet-blue kinds 13. Of the 140 kin-i with com bined colors. 23 are f raerant. NEW TO-DAY. Notice to Taxpayers. Notice is hereby given that the taxes on all property, both reel and personal, contained and situate within the corpor ate limits of the city of Tomb stone for the fiscal year 1891 are now due, and payable to me at my office in the City Hall. And that said taxes will become delinquentonand after the 25th day of July, 1891, after which a penalty of five per cent will be added. FRANK RYAN, Ex-Officio Tax Collector. July 3. 1891. DKor-osALs fob roHAGE Headmjar- ters department of Arizona, Office of the Chief Quartermaster Los Angeles, Cal. July 2, 1891 Sealed propolis, will be received at this office and at the offices of the Quartermasters at each of the stations below named until 1 1 o'clock a. m on Tuesday August 4, I39I and opened immediately thereafter in the presenceof bidders, for ihefurmsh m and delivery of forage t Mil itary sta'ions in the Depart ment of Arizona as follows; Fons Apt cha, Bnwie.Grant, Huachuca and Thomat ind San Carloi, and Whipole Barrack A. T; Los Angele and Sin Diego Btrracks.CaS,and Forti Bavard.and Win gate N. M . Preference given to articles of domestic production and manufacture, conditions of price and quality being equal,and such preference given to articles of American production and manufacture produced on the Pacific Coast to the ex tern of the consumption requited by the public service there. Proposals for either clasj of the soppl-es mentioned, or for quntitieless than the whole required, or fir delivery of the supplies at pomtsother tnan tbo above named will be enter tained. Specifications, general instruc tions to bidders and blank form of pro p sal will be furnished on application to this office ortotbe Quutermatersat any of the stations named above. A. ; KIM BALL, Quartermaster, U. S. Army, Chief Quar'ermajter. : DOCTOR IA0KERS PH! u 1 FatfUn Car toe MltkZ tl.-., V..1. .... ! PURE ! FINK ! PILLS. IWiUMthv Saall. )Uu. t ul a f.TrlU IU tk: U(Im. Sold la Iaclu4 for U.S UfL,taaer!sm(orSS& Ott- UMm frem jomr Drvsisb r m4 1 w. h. Hooixa a ro ; W tnhn, X.w T. PM.,...t .t.,.......,...,,,, ! Pimples, Headaches, Loss of: Sleep, a Weary Feeling, Pains In Body or Limbs, Want of Appetite, : Eruptions. If you surfer fromj : any of these symptoms, take j DOCTOIl ACKERS BLOOD ! bLiiiilij IWHY? Becan Your Blood If Imputi I : llave you ever nsea mercarrr u m.; sill feel the ttfecU of It? We need n' telt you that you require a blood med Icine, i , lOeai'Ure livoiuiu iruiu luc Biicr riirvi , Uaelur AiSiri. EiislScn ilinad. !lllxlr Is the only known medicine tt ti ! ill thorouehle eradicate tlie poison from 2 !tbe aystem. Get it from your dmeeist,; ;or write to W. H. HOOKER &. CO.! ! 40 West Broadway, Mew York. F.taaa ..,." BREVITIES. Just received a new invoic- of Choice old Port, Five year old Zioiao del, Sherry and Angelica wines. A1m finest brand- of fam"y liquors at JOS. HOEFLEK'ri All persons desirous of having extra care taken of ground in the cemetary, can have the same attended to by arranging with the seiton. Thomas Tunny. t Fare to Uisbee via Engle's stage line reducedto2.50. nl4vf Crown Mills Flour, Fresh Buck wheat and Graham Flour and Meals just received at Hostler's. Call and examine the xplundid as sortment of Straw Hata for Ladies Gentlemen, Boys and Children, which are offered at eastern prices at the store of Pam. B. Waknekros Fresh garden and flower seeds, El Paso onion need and alfalfa seed at Wolco tt's 11 Mo! Fur IIIlee ! ! Ik A. .Bugle in now running a fast two-horse rig between Tombstone nd UWbje. leaving To nbuou j a" 7 30 m. ."Motuiaya, Wednesdays and Fridays and Bisbee on alternate days, at same hour. Orders for passage or freight to be left at store of Geo. H. Fitu Tombstone. Office at Bisbee at l-ang'tdr tfor , ,. t-f.922 Choice branus 01 butter and cbeew at Hoerfer's the pioneer grocer. onFra moot and Fifth atTtrn n2 Cut flowers for sale for all occasio ns atBratich's nursery cor. 2d and Fulton streets. Orders from the country w ill receive prompt attention. Lost $20 reward The above rt-JJ ward will be paid forthe return ola cluster diamond ring. 13 diamonds, tc this office. ml3tf Mnutnl. S A chance in a lifetime for active ladies and gentlemen to secure a very pleasant and profitable business. Address with 2-ct. stamp, CONSOLI DATED SHOE CO., Salem Mas?. ICoot Itrrr. A cool healtnful drink for summer No alcohol ; no spirits; entirely vege table. Manufactured by H. W. IIa selgren. and delivered to any part of the city at $1.50 per dozen. tiT"Vhen same bottles are returned? an allowance of 25c per dozen will he be made. Orders by ottai card will receive prompt attention. Orders left at depot on Fremont si near Fifth or by postal card will re. ceie prompt attention. Alfalfa, Timothy, and Espereette sed. Warranted pure at- Kokflkr'b. Finest new potatoes and onions at HocflerV tf. Choice California cheese and Hol nd Herring afleerV tf Four good horses for nale; will nile- and drive. Address J. PAfcnoLV I rn. Fort Huachuca. Mrs Galleu baa moved herrailliuary and dress making establishment from Fremont street to the spacious apart ments adjoining Well's Fargo & Co'a office on Fifth street, where she will be pleased to see the ladiea of Tomb icneacd vicinity. St! ' I w