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TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA. SATDltOAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 8, 1890
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JOE HOEFLER - PR0F1 .
Illinois Comes Over With ;
U. S. Senator, Governor
and 14 Congressmen.
Democrats Will Have 13
Majority in the
permitted in the vicinity of the Anti-
cboff winter palace. The railway
ttfn 1wtwecn St. Petersburg ant
Gatzchina are doubling the force and
the closest eliminations arc made of
every route traversed by the Cxar.
Milwaukee, Nov. S Latest returns
show the republicans to have lost sir
congressman besides both branches of
the legislature. It is almost certain
that Ex Secretary Vilas will succeed
Spooner in the U. S senate.
A drain flfopt.
Des Moists o v. 8 The state is
safe for the republicans by 4000 ma
ON THE CURB.
Causes. Effects. Results &
McKluley Says It Is a Great and
MINERS' and RANCHERS
Supplies a Specialty
A'JBXT FOB IMPROVED
And the Celebrated
tests oox covxns.
Fresh Garden Flowers a d Field
Seed Constantly on Band.
SPECIAL DISPATCHXI TO prospector.
Fremont, bet. 3rd & 4th.
FRANK B. AUSTIN Propriety
IxMASArous, Nov. 8 Re turn i from
half the townships in the state show
an average democratic gain of 20. This
will make the state democratic 20,000.
The democrats elected 11 out ot 13
congressmen. Lejislalure is demo
cratic on a joint ballot by 6S.
I.acLc of Votes.
Pittsburg, Nov. 8 Senator Quay
passed through the city last
mgnt on nis way to l-londa. in re
ply to the query : "To what do you
attribute the result of the electiont"
he said, "to a lack of votes. It looks
to me as though the best thing to do
now is to work. The returns indicate
that the farmers and laboring men
had done the business for us in this
Washixgtox, Nov. 8 The demo
crats are wild with joy over the elec
tion returns. An immense throng
went to the grounds at the white house
with the avowed intention of firing 52
guns under the White Houe windows
After considerable persuasion on the
part of the supt. of public buildings,
they were persuaded to relinquish the
imported Brandies, Wines, Ales, P r
tcrs, and alL kinds of liquors. Ice
Cold Drinks of all kinds a specialty
The Carmen Key Vest Cigar is the
finest for tho money to be had in Ari
zona. St. Louis Anheuscr Busch Lager
Beer on draught at all times. No fav
orites. Come all.
Staple ami Fancy
Choice Brands of
Grain of all Kinds
Kept ComtwUron Hand and;
SOLD AT LOWEST
Detroit. Nov. 8 It is thought the
whole democratic state ticket, is elect
ed by 6.000 to 15.000 plurality. The
legislature is also democratic on
fusion vote with the industrials, who
hold the balance of power.
Helexa, Nov. S The republican
committee claims that Carter will
be elected by a small majority, but
Dixon's election is generally conceded
by 200 to 400 majority. The damo-
cralfcl-im two majority in tho state
Wasuixoton, Not ember 8. The
Democratic majority in tho next
House will be 132, and May-reach 140.
These figures are conceded by Repub-
Philadelphia, Nov 8 The Irish
nationalists held another meeting last
night and $ 16,000 now stands to the
credltof the society.
Castor, O., Nov. 8. McKinley said
this afternoon to an Associated Press
reporter that while conceding possible
defeat by a small majority he is great
ly satisfied with the result. He raid
the issue was between protective tariff
and tariff for revenue only. 1 1 is clear
and distinct that nothing else en
tered into the ranvasa. His bill was
the center of assault. The result be
regards as a signal victory. Over 2000
Democratic in this district last year
was reduced to about 200 this year.
PRICES ! e car,-e- - owa wan- n- c-ly am-
counly by large majorities, showing
New York. Nov. 8 Succi the faster
is losing weight rapidly and begins to
look haggard. Although he has fasted
only 48 hours out of 45 days he has
already lost ten pounds.
New Yoar, Nov. 8, 1890.
Copper Steady; Lake, Sept
Steady: Domestic $5.23.
Tis Steady; straits. f24J0.
The "election just passed," said a
prominent Republican politician, "w at
a study from beginning to end. How
the party could swallow an organ
which Mr. Cheyney presented it with
and which bad abused the Republi
cans in power, and expected the dose
to d:gest, was a mystery. The Re
publican parly in the county spent
$10 where the Democrats spent ten
cents, and the result has proved con
clusively that sky rockets, anvils and
brass bands and red potters are no
longer a factor in gaining votes in
Arizona politics. The beauty arrajed
in Scbieffelin hall, filling the seats to
the exclusion of the brawny and hard
fisted sons of toil, are most flattering
testimonials to a conceited orator, but
never made totes for the party. Tho
music of the band was delightful, the
clapping of gloted hands is beautiful,
the whispers of indorsement are mu
sical to the ear of the speaker, but
there is nothing can enthuse the voter
like tho brogan jell of a two-lung
power. Corners in politics are no
longer ueful in making votes. Like
all other corners, they are not popular
with the masses. During the recent
campaign the band was cornered by
the Republicans, tbo hall was engaged
six months ahead of time. Fireworks
were cornered. The press of the Ter
ritory, with few exception!, was cor
nered. And with all the bluster and
buncomb the syndicate went down to
an ignominious defeat; and now every
nno im accusing the other of having
done the work.
The inau who is guilty of defeating
the party in the campaign just closed
is the man who adtocatcd principles
which were wrong, and the man who
does not think so is a fool. They are
accusing one man of hating been a
traitor and having given away tho se
crets of the party to the opposition,
etc , but I hare always noticed that
the cry of "stop thiefl" in politics is
done to cover up tho chicanery of
other.". They say there is a shortage
in the accounts of the treasurer of the
Republican campaign committee.
How this is possible is hard to realize.
With tho expenses of the campaign
reaching the enormous sum that they
must have reached, it is hard to see
where the money came from to nay
for'itall. Brass bands, bonfires, an
vils am! sky-rockets, opera houses, liv
ery stables and imported speakers and
Tucson "aaciety come high. No, sir,
you can not tell me that bugles and
buncomb are factors in Arizona poli
tics any more after the result of last
Tuesday. Voters are not tho fools
they are taken for, out in this part of
the country at least,"
A NICE PICTURE.
Uncle Sam's "Way of Treating
Cosiiaatlr on Hana ttl
MI COX IVAKIII.TCNGM.
Jim Coyle, at one time proprietor ol
the Wilcox House here, butnowwork
ing in ex-Marshal Meade's mine the
Volcano at Stein's Pass, was in town
two or three days this week. Jim al
ways turns up when tbero is an elec
tion in Cochise.
Thomas Chattman, who has been
sick at Tucson for set oral weeks, re
turned here last Saturday night and
on Monday went to his ranch in Pin
ery canton with Major Downing.
Deputy Marshal Frank Porter, of
San Carlos, arrited here Monday from
San Carlos with a Mexican charged
with passing a counterfeit bill, and
took his prisoner to Tucson by the
midnight train. Seteral Indians, wit
nesses against the Mexican, also ac
companied the officer.
Dr. D. Grey, the veterinary surgeon,
returned here last Saturday from Eu
reka Springs, where ho spayed about
250 heifers for the Eureka Springs
stock company. He left by tho west
bound train Sunday, and will next do
some spaying for the Erie cattle com'
pany, Packard i Vickers, and prob
Judge W. F. Nichols returned home
Wednesday evening. Reports rcceited
up to time of going to press indicate
that the judge is defeated for joint
councilman by a small majority. The
matter is not troubling our honorable
townsman, howetcr, as he is joung
and can afford to wait and lke his
chances at some future election.
The first beef buyer of the season
"showed up" here this week in the
person of W. R. Patterson, buyer for
Simon Maicr, the Los Angeles butcher.
Mr. Patterson has already purchased
about 1000 steers, threes and up, from
Sulphur Valley stockmen ,7)0 from
the Soldier Holes company, and about
the same number from tiie Sierra
Bonita company, to be shipped from
Wilcox. The first shipment will be
made during the coming week and
will como from the Sierra Bonita
ranch. We understand the price paid
Eor a lame back, apxin in the side
or chest, or for aootii-ache or ear-ache,
prompt relief may be had by using
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It is relia
ble. For sale by II. J. Peto,
Capt. J. M. Phillips, Davis Johnson,
John H. Thede and W. S. Davis, says
the Wilcox Stockman, went to Tucson
Tuesday night, as Wednesday was the
lay set for their trials in the United
States Court on the charge of unlaw
fully fencing the public domain.
Messrs. Phillips and Johnson returned
Thursday etening, however,.the trials
having been postponed until the 14 Ui
inst. Both gentlemen informed us
that they were told by United Stales
Attorney Jeffords and bis assistant,
Mr. Wilson, that if they would pay
$20 each (for what purpose was not
stated coats, probably) and plead
guilty to the charges against then:,
the matter would end there. This
proposition, which was refused, wis
peculiar, to say the least. From this
distance it looks as though these cases
were being prosecuted not in the in
terest of law and the public weal, but
for the fees there arc in them.
The St. Louis Globe-Democrat says
of the Republican defeat on Tuesday
last "It was through the tariff law "
that most of the damage was indicted
on the Republicans. The law, of
course, is far from being as bad as tha
Democrats have pretended to belie te
it to be. A few of its protisions,
though, hate afforded some ground
for part of the opposition which tho
law has called out. While no portion
of the act offers any justification for
tho falsehoods which the Democratic
editors and stump orators have utter
ed, yet there are schedules in it which
serve to make part of these falsehoods
credible. There was no excuse for ant
increase in duties on any article. Ev
ery Adtanco ot tins sort wnicn was
made weakened the party, hampered
the labors of its advocates and cham
pions, and placed the organization on
the defensive from the beginning of
Custom House Broker.
DAYS. STRICT ATTENTION TO
1 all matters connected with the
Mexican custom house. Is repon-'
sible for all fines imposed by the-Mex-ican
government, but not for duties
tbat the custom officers neglect to
charge. All business connected with
the Mexican custom house attended
'to with neatness and dispatch.
AUpaper and dohmen j ' m
iatt attention at very Teatonable
Chicago, Nov. 8. The count has
just been completed and the startling
result announced that the Democrats
have carried the State by 10.000 tna-
lonlv and eleclsd 14 out 01 2U con
gressmen. The news has staggered
the Republican leaders, who bad
claimed a clean sweep throughout the
Stale and the entire congressional
delegation. The city is ablaze with
enthusiasm. Democrats ara wild with
excitement. The defeat of tha party
is attributed to the McKinley bill,
which is recognized as having bees
too radical in its scope.
Fxperttnee of a Kailrsad Man.
I had sciatic rbenmatisn one year.
My physician pronounced it incurable
Could get n relief except from mor
phine. Fix bottles or idtbbarua
Rbrematio Syrnp enred rae.
Joh.hN. Maxwell, Salisbury, N.C.
The above is correct, and Hibbard's
Rheumatic Syrup has cured a grea
zaaoy of our customers.
Stbkbe, Wells & Co.,
Wholesale and reUil druggist. Salis
bury, N. C. For sale by J. Yonge.
Tbe table publihed on the last page
of the Prospector will be corrected as
fast as correct returns come in. As
regards the legislative ticket, but little
tas been learned.
Men's Stetson Hats !
Buys Hats and Caps ! !
Sold at New York Prices ! ! !
AtEuciiEu Gres. 113m
Choice California cheese
and He rring at Hoefler's.
Just receited a new invcico ol
Choice old Port, Five year old Zinfan
del, Sherry and Angelica wines. Also
finest brands of family liquors at
J. H. White's Fresh
St. Petebsbcbo, Nov. 6. The police
precautions at all tha imperial palaces
PilOSlna San Pedro, Sonjra, Mel, Jhave been increated. No lottarsrt art
Lottie L. Dermic, East View, West
chester Co N. Y., writes:
r have been a erest sufferer with
pains ia the 1 ack of my head, worse
llian any neaaaenc. a couiu uu. h-
Jt ith internal rr.edecines at all and
during tbe coll weather I have suffer
ed excruciatingly, I finally thought
Ft Rowing are the cases before the
lifted States District Court: J. M.
Ibillips, three indictments for fencing
in Government land, was given until
this afternoon to plead. W. E. Davis,
three indictments lor fencing in Gov
ernment land, was given until this
afternoon to plead. D. Johnson, two
indictments for fencing in Government
land, was given until this afternoon to
Ho! for Turquol.
The Bralv and Kemp line leave
Tombstone at 2 o'clock p. m. Tues
days and Fridays. Iave Turquois a!
7 o'clock a. m. on same days. Fare
$2 Round trip, $3. Office at
table of Hare & Page.
If yon want fine straight whisky, of
I the most celebrated brands, drop into
Fresh garden and flower seeds, El
Paso onion seed and alfalfa seed at
Go to Eucher Gres and pay your
election bets. An elegant line of stet
son hats of all weights and styles.
Maricopa county did not cast two
thirds of its registered vote and the
candidates don't understand it.
A Democratic two-thirds majority
in the Arizona Legislature is not unlikely.
At Iteath'n Door
I was a great sufferer from Rheuma
tism iDd Kidney and Liver trouble.
My Iqurs were also seriously affected.
Doctors said j could not posibly live.
Seven bottles of Hibbard's Rheumatic
Syrup with the Plasters entirely enred
m. Hundreds of persons in Creiton
can vouch for the fact that this mede
cino saved my life. Wu. Habshaw,
Creston.Iowa. For sale by J. Ypnge,
A. H. Stebbins Camp No. 3, of Bit
bee, will gito a ball and camp fire on
A prominent physician and old
army surgeon. in eastern Iowa was
called away from home for a few da s ,
during his absence one of the children
contracted a severe cold and his wife
bought a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for it. They were so
much pleased with the remedy tbat
they afterwards used several bottles at
various times. He said, from his ex
perience with it, ho regarded it as the
most reliable preparation in use for
colds and that it came the nearest be
ing a specific of any medicine he had
ever seen. For sale by H. J. Peto,
Crown Mills Flour, Fresh Buck
wheat and Graham Flour and Meals
just received at Hoefler's.
47-100 of an
inch of rain fell last
Highest of all in Leavening Power. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, x8Sg.
I would t-v an Allcock's Plaster ap-J the Pony saioon and satisfy yourself
plied to IV nape of ! nty neck. In les a t fa pony cftf.
Satrf? ."""""' I ries the finest brands of domestic anil
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