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TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA. TUESDAY EVENING, LNOVHMBEK 11, 1890
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Both tbo method and results vihen
Syrup of Fig3 is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers aud cures habitual
bsssdpatioa permanently. For Bale
- -In owe and $ i bottles by all druggists.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAM rsAXCISCO, CAL.
10UISYIU. XT. AM tORX, K.r.
Cor. 5th and Fremont St?.
JOE HOEFLER - PR01 T.
MINERS' and RANCHERS
Snpplies a Specialty.
AGENT FOB IttrUOTZD
And tbe Celebrated
TESTS QOX COVERS,
Frejh GardeD Flowers aud Field
Sera Constantly on Hand.
Fremont, bet. 3rd & 4th.
FRAXK B AUSTIX Propricloi
Staple and Fancy
Choice Brands of
Grain of J1 Kinds
KoatCoMtardyon Hand tod
SOLD AT LOWEST PRIC S
.'-ontuuittr on Band !ii
JuAN A. GARCIA
. 'Custom House Broker.
DAYS STRICT ATTEXTIOX TO
i all matters connected with the
Mexican ens torn house. is respon
sible for all fines imposed by tbe Mex
ican government, but not for duties
that the custom officers neglect to
charge. All business connected with
tbe Mexican custom hours attended
to with neatness and dispatch,
Allpapert and documrn tt fin v
iaie attention at toy reatonahle
Hkmlite, Sab ?tiu, Senara, Her.cMed'
What on earth has Harrison to be
thankful (or this year?
A story comes from. Dakota that
the Mormon church is trying to civil
he the Indians. Hope they Hill suc
ceed, all other denominations trid il
Trak in Trouble.
Frank Trask, of Benson, who has
for two or three years been acting as
sub postal clerk at odd times on th
X. M. .t A. railroad, has been indicted
by the United States grand jury, and
is charted with robbing the mail
while running on tbe road. He was
arrested on Saturday of last week by
Marshal Paul and taken to Tucson,
where he gave bail. The case is set
for Monday in the United States Dis
trict Court. Xogales Herald.
The finest trees ever offered for sale.
Most all bearing trees, three years old,
all kinds. Also Umbrella, Chinese
Mulbeiry and Sweet Locust. To flow
er lovers who make up a club I will
sell my ever-blooming roses by the
one hundred at $1 apiece, and give
you your choice. Also Flowering
Shrubs and Greenhouse Plants of all
kinds for sale at the old place, corner
Fulton and Second streets, Tomb
stone, Arizona, by
gjFKW my trees should be trans
planted as soon as possible from Xo
vcmber to January. nil
Fresh garden and tlowcr seeds, El
Paso onion seed and alfalfa seed at
A prominent physician and old I
army surgeon in eastern Iowa was
called away from home for a few days:
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 that
they afterwards used several bottlea at
various times. He said, from his ex
perience with it, he regarded it as tbe
most reliable preparation in use for
coIJs and that it came the nearest be
ing a specific of any medicine he had
ever seen. For sale by H. J. Peto,
Choice California cheese and Rol
and Herring at Hoeflers. tf
Just received a new invoice ol
Choice old Port, Five year old Zinfsn
del, Sherry and Angelica wines. Also
finest brands of family liqnors at
"Rough on Rats." Clears out rats,
mice, roaches. ROUGH on WORMS.
Safe, Sure Cure. 25c, ROUGH OX
TOOTHACHE. Instant relief. 15c.
All of the eastern republican papers
predict a free coinage measure at tbe
Go to Euclfer Gres and pay your
election bets. An elegant line of stet
son hats of all weights and styles.
Crown Mills Flour, Fresh Buck
wheat and Graham Flour and Meals
just received at Hostler's..
If you want fine straight whisky, of
the most celebrated brands, drop into
the Pony Saloon and satisfy yourself
that this is true. The Pony also car
ries the finest brands of domestic an i
imported Brandies, Wines, Ales, Por
ters, and all kinds of liquors. Ice
Cold Drinks of all kinds a specialty,
The Carmen Key West Cigar is the
finest for the money to be bad in Ari
zona, St. Louis Anheuser Busch Lager
Beer on draught at all times. Xo fav
orites. Come all.
Lottie L. Derean, East View, West
chester Co., XYp writes:
"I have been a great sufferer with
painain the hack of my head, worse
than any headache. I couid not reach
il with internal medecines at all and
during the cold weather I have suffer
ed excruciatingly, I finally thought
I would try an Allcoce's Plaster ap
plied to the nape of my neck. In less
than hall a day tbe pain entirely
Of the Hoard of NuperrUsrn o.
Xovcmber 11, 18W."
pursuant to adjourn
Present B. S. Coffmnn, CUaltmajM;
(tn1 Tnft Afrtn trmmAMt
US VUUt .uui(iuiiiWIJ(
Minutes of previous meeting read
Ordered that the action of the board
on September 2nd ordering the return
to II. W. Eti, of $15.80 money paid
by him for a certificate of tax sale be
amended by adding $4.70 being 30 per
cant on the amount as per Par. 2C97
On a written statement to the board
by assessor X. A. Gilman that the as
sessment of forty one head of cattle to
A H Wein for 1890 is an error and
should have been for four head of
cattle, the tax collector is instructed
to make the correction on tbe assess
The following claims were allowed :
Wells Fargo A Co, books of
record $20 00
J P McAllister, one thousand
envelopes 21 80
Xat H -wke. justice fees .... 8 50
Lewis Vidal, constable fees. . 50 00
S C Perrin. justice fees 01 03
J II Slaughter, eherifl fees and
expenses 495 05
Watt it Tarbell, burial of indi
gent 5S 50
C G Johnston, justice fees. ... 40 00
C. Mason, road work $101 52
F. Carnaghan. interpreting... 2 00
W. F. Bradley, great register. 338 20
voters 02 00
CV Xobile, one lion scalp". ."'.... 12 00
HuachucaWTCo., hospital 37 00
" " court house. 35 00
" " repairs 7 90
H. J. Peto, drugs 27 70
Xat Hawke, registering voters 3 80
C. G. Johnston, " " 0 00
Board adjourned to the 11th, at 10
o'clock a. :n.
B. S. COFFMAX,
Fbed Castle, Clerk.
Mr. M. L. Smith, of Florida, who is
an experienced orange grower, is pre
paring to set ou' 100 acres of orchard
and vineyard this winter a few miles
northwest of Phcnix. Mr. Smith has
spent much lime and money in orange
growing and the production of other
fruits; has examined large tracts of
fruit-growing country in California
and elsewhere, and chooses this vallej
for his further operations for several
reas ns, some of which are the great
wealth of our rich soils, the thrift of
"Vorable climate for handling fruit, the
irrigation of our lands by which
means more of the elements affecting
success are ccn'rolled, and again the
cheapness of such valuable lands,
which may be had from f 35 to f 50 per
ac?e according to distance from town
aud other controlling circumstances.
Indeed there is much good land that
rray be had for 120 to $25 per acre
Mr. Smith's experience and judgment
in the fruit business are worth much
to people here and who intend
to settle here. Phenix Herald.
O. S. Fly and Tow Sorin went to
Turquoise to-day. They will photo
graph the cave in Si. Bryant's mine
If you have assessment work to do
addrets "D" thi office, 48T-It will be
done promptly and reliably, nlltf
Hhranntiam ' BeCared
Rbtumalism haabafSe'the skill -f
our best physicians, and to day more
men, women and children are anfferjne
from this terrible disease lhan ever be
fore. The cpinioa seems nnivenal
that it is incurable, bnt this is a mis
taken idea, lttiemaatum can be pr '
maoeDtly cured by the use of Hib-
bard's Rheamslio Syrup and Plasters.
Yet sale by J. Yonge.
For President, Dana for the
mf Qnmfn irn TVn Urn
W' ' U
Knights of Labor Yava
pai County for Smith.
the Xcit House.
1.02 1 2 ; Lead, 5.20;
SPECIAL DISPATCHES TO PE03KCT0R.
Xew Yore, Xov. 11, 1890.
CorPKR Steady; Lake, Sept.
Lead Steady; Domestic $5.20.
Tix Steady; straits, $24.50.
Wasiu.soto.s-, Xov, 11 The demo
cratic majority in the next house will
beone hundred and sixteen without a
doubt and 35 districts are doubtful
with chances of the democrats getting
one half of these.
Pkescott, Xor 11 Returns from all
but three precincts in Yavapai county
give Chcyney 9 majority, The three
precincts are in the interior and are
conceded to he democratic which will
give Smith a majority in the county of
of about 15 votes.
Washington, Xov. 11. Puttison, re
cently elected Governor of Pennsyl
vania, is having a presidential boom
It is conceded on all sides that he is
the most prominent figure to-day in
the party and that his election would
be aaxured. H! rim 15 rnentiOEitl
everywhere in this connection.
ICnlcut of Litlinr.
Dexter, Xov. 11. The General As
semby, Knights of Labor, met to-day
and will ri in session for several days.
Five hundred delegates are present.
Sr. Paul, Xov. 11. The Rcpubl
cans have a majority on joint ballot
in the Legislature. The Governor has
12,000 majority over Taylor (Dem.)
and over-JLouk, Independent, of 7,000
Ilnrqun. Ilnln Kale.
Pheslt, Xov. 11. H. C. Gray, of
Yuma, has sold his interest in the
Harqua Hala group to Hubbard dr
Bowers for $50,000. The latter gen
tlemen nowcontiol the entire proper
ty and will start up the work of devel
opment on a large scale at once.
A Hundred .tuition.
Loxuos, Xov. 11 It isstated that a
hundred million" of money have been
invested by England in Argentine en
terprises and that more money must
followlo proteef those projects. The
capitalists hrf, therefore think thut
such a tremendous interest in Argen
tine properties should give England
aome special rights in the manage
ment of the alluirs of the country.
English investments in Egypt are
thus guarded. The project will be
broached on the assembling of par
liament and some measure with the
view of accomplishing that end will
IrSA'JfirJ the Senate,
XewYore, Xonrll C A Dana,
editor of the Xew York Sun will in all
probabilities succeed Erarts in the
senate from this state. Ho is favor
able to it and it is expected that all
differences in the party will be har
monized. The sale of the Harqua Hala group
places the property in tho hands of a
wealthy syndicate of Denver capital
ists who will spend money freely to
develop the property. Two years from
now Harqua Hala camp will poll a
The returns from Ross' mill givo
Smith 7, Cheyney 5, Kelton 2, Over
look 9, Vickers 12, Meade 1, Bradley
12, Monmonier 1, Brown 10, While 0,
Logan 3, Bryan, 7, Wolcott 13, Clark
4, Heyne 0, Tevis 4, Burr 5, Dunbr 5
Herring C, Meek 5. Wilkenson 5, Her
rick C, Hughes 7, Gilman S, Hanke
5, English 4, Swain 9. Brady C, Xich
ols7. The following were the pluralities
of the city officer elected last Tues
day as shown by the official count:
Colin, mayor 141
Ryan.chief police 7S j
Staniger, recorder 117
Brarin, assessor f 3
Jackson, treasurer 108
Staehle,city attorney 119
Fuss, councilman 1st ward. ..... 0
Hare, ' 2nd " 28
Smith, " 3rd " 13
Prindiville " 4th " 04
Number of votes cast :
1st ward 101
2nd " 133
3rd " '. 90
4th " 89
Or a total of 419 In the citv.
Superintendent Richards and pas
senger agent Xnugle hae put their
heads together aud aro endeavoring to
arrange to run a fast passenger train
through from Benson to Guamas
over the Sonora and X M. fc A roads
without change jf cars. In order to
do this the company must have a per
mit from the Mexican government
and we understand Mr. Xaugle is now
in the city of Mexico looking after the
matter. Some other schemes are also
on foot, which accomplished will re
sult in great convenience to shippers
and draw an increased trude from
Mexico to the United States Xogales
The city council met last night and
canvassed tho returns of the city clcc-
linn nrwl flprlarrtl pnrli etVirer flp.-f4l
.. . , i.,.i ,.m;.i,i a
protest irory(r.U. cimmons was reaa ,
against issuing certificates of election
to the officers having a majority on
the ground that the votes in the first
and second ward had shown a larger
vote than il was possible for them to
have cast and asked that the returns
from these wards be thrown out.wliicli
was not done however and the officers
Bills w ere presented as follows and
referred to the finance committee:
Huachuca Water Co $14 00
City Water Co 4 00
d Hill 12 50
W I) Monmonier 15 25
Hudies:. 4f -11 m Lcening l'osrcr.
A suit was filed yesterday in the
District Court, in which Daid Hen
derson, the Tucson banker is the
plaintiir and the Hcail Center-Tranquillity
Co. the defendant. The
amount claimed is $8,000, and is for a
debt contracted with the Anglo-American
bank, of San Francisco and as
signed to Henderson.
In most of the counties in the Ter
ritory the inspector of election was
required by Board of Supervisors lo
return with his sealed returns a copy
of the vote of each candidate so as to
avoid the suspense which every candi
date naturally feels over the result,
and which in some cases is liable to le
changed by the official count.
Mm. Spoopen3yie with solicitude, u
bay made their way home.
"If Idid, I lauded it," growled Mr.
Sj oopendyke, blowing mud like the i x
itnst of a tug.
" Anvway, I caught an el, didn't I?"
n'sed Mrs Spoopendyto, carrying oi'l
he t. omaa's idea of comforting n rain
nta he on'y thing he don't want to liar
' O, jou caught it 1" ripped out Mr.
4poopendyke, "You're a lieh'ncui .
oa era All you want now w. sorts
il.Mfi bides and some bubbles iiluuui
L rough yon to bo an aimorium ! Au
ther timo we both go fishing, yoa Stay
incc ! You hear?"
And, with this novel mathernaticil
uggostiou, Mr. Spcopandyko hantcJ
i'. cm. If to his domic.le, bil took a r"U
."-tat, Brooklyn Eagle.
Tim Manr Karma In VVblob Tbej Ar rj4
at ttiti Xrftat Time.
f Just now, says Household, tfaers la a
Central deire or cri20 for sachet pow
ders, thcbO dainty yet luxurious perfume-)
which are easily and eCectnally
used in all tho novel creations (or homo
decoration, and even in charming drei
j- . 4
Sachot powders can be correctly
placed in every thing made with lining
or in each article to which a tiny sachot
bag can be secured or fastened by a loop,
bow or ribbon. . i
In satin-covered, rlchly-d ceo rated down
pillows the powders may bo thickly scat
tered in soft sachet bags with hand
painted designs, in hanging bags. In pin
cushions, in lined table covers, window,
piano and mantel lambrequins, in lamp
mats, and also In decorated panels ol
satin, plush or velvet, painted or em
broidered. " .--
f Bosom sachet bags are ued in place
of tho bag of camphor to prevent the
taking of infectious disease, and ladies
now carry lovely bags in which their
handkerchiefs and scent bottle may be
placed, and later on all the fancy muffs
of silk, satin, velvet, plush and lac
t ill be scented with the favorite per
fume of tho owner. - '
- Quaint ornaments for the corners of
chairs are laden with perfumes, and per
fectly charming are the clusters of small
bags in various colors, in bits of ribbon,
plush or velvet, suspended by narrow rib
bon from lace curtains or gas fixtures. I
Then there are boxes made tor hold
ing gentlemen's collars and caffs, satin
lined and perfumed, and brush cases,
glove cases, moachoin cases, fancy slip-a
pers for the bedroom, night-dresscases,'
jewel cases, andbvantifulcases for hold
ing photographs or fancy pictures. " 4
Tho new book covers for protecting
ihe outside ot valuable rooks are "per
fumed, and so are baby baskets, worlc
baskets and other dainty baskets, or
hanging fancies for holding scraps or
odds and ends in bedrooms or library.
Volts "At last they have dis
rvwatrvwl nn itnflfnpVilnff f iMtftif j11ai
Jar9.rhat ,? We'd better Inform
the Ananias clutx." Volts "Xes, It'a
a fact. The phonograph can not toll
a lie." Cincinnati Commercial.
Wbea yon are tnjtei erc imatoT
that therm la reck tile uk prle
.tht U t- tktap. Il In leltM- K pot
'fair prt "' St"1 " tam
iTmlli.!!1 The rM.!rifMil
elaetl iklw lo tb 1 bbo"-
r warranted lolwth mart rrtc-
about Iotm1 jrwnl ai II lel
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tump foriit"ok Abtit l.lvt
ItwUlUtertsl jam. EmiUn.tBWi
133X C. SUTCSIHSOS, Jeaaiwwa, a. i.
V. b. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.