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TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA.. WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 12. 1890
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Both tLo method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
Ontly yet promptly on the Kidneys,
vcr and Bowels, cleanses the sys
v tern effectually, dispels colds, bead
aches and fevers and cured habitual
stipation permanently. For sale
iOc and SI bottles by all druggists.
in 50c i
sam mxasco, cal
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Cor. 5th and Fremont SL.
JOE HOEFLER - PROFK
MINERS' and RANCHERS
'' Sapplies a Specialty.
AQEXT FOB IMIMiOYED
And the Celebrated
TESTS OOS COVSKS,
Fresh Garden Flowers and Field
Seea Constantly on Bund.
Fremont, bet. 3rB & 4th.
FRANK B. AUSTIN . . .Proprietor
Staple and Fancy
Choice Brands of
Grain of J1 Kinds
Kept Con.twUj oa Quid and
SOLD AT LOWEST PRIC S
jm JE" tail 3DJLks ?
kjstntlr on Ro4 Jtli
Ju AN AT GARCIA
Custom House Broker.
pAYS STRICT ATTENTION TO
1 all matters connected with the
Mexican custom house. Is respon
sible for all fines imposed by the Mex
ican government, but not for duties
that the custom officers neglect to
charge, i ,1 business connected with
the Mexican custom houe attended
to with neatness and dispatch.
Ml papers and documtn f 1
iate. attention at very uazonable
Pr!aa3, San PeIro, Soaara, Mex.
"lis Gr'citel -S-uie "rt:
Made In Tombstone.
1 Market Basket usually so!dat.$l SO
1 Celery Glass " - " 50
3 Table Goblets " - - 40
3 Tumblers "" " - 25
3 Fancy ale glasses " " 50
3 Nest eggs " " 15
1 Lamp complete " " " 75
1 pat. Fire kindler " M. 75
I Jumping rope " " - 25
1 Leather hat band " " " 75
The whole entire above assort
ment w.ll be sold for 92 50
tf At Geo. E. Kouler's
For durability and strength
oar School Shoes cannot be
uut Bouauza Cash Store.
The finest trees eer 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
cell my ever-blooming roses by the
one hundred at $1 apiece, and gtve
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
1F"A11 my trees should be trans
planted as soon as possible from No
vember to January. nil
Fresh garden and flower seeds, 1
Paso onion seed and alfalfa seed at
A prominent physician and old
army surgeon in eastern Iowa was
called away from borne for a few days;
during his absence one of the childree
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 bottles at
various times, lie said, from bis ex
perience with it, be regarded it as the
most reliable preparation in use for
colds and that it came the nearest be
ing a specific of any medicine be had
ever seen. For sale by 1L J. Peto,
Choice California cheese and Hol
and He rring at Hoefler'a. tf
Just received a new invoice of
Choice old Port, Five year old Zinfan
del. Sherry and Angelica wines. Also
finest brands of family liqnora at
MOAT DISS IXTHKUOrsr.
"Rough on Rat." Clears out rats,
mice, roaches. ROUGH on WORMS.
Safe, Sure Cure. 25c ROUGH ON
TOOTHACHE. Instant relief. 15c
Go to Euclier Grea and pay your
election beCs. An elegant line of stet
son hats of all weights and stales.
Crown Mills Flour, Fresh Buck
wheat and Graham Flour and Meals
just received at Hoefler'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 J,
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. No fav
orites. Come alL
Lottie L. Derean, East View, West
chester Co., N. Y writes:
''I have been a great sufferer with
pains in the hack of my head, worse
than jinv heaAiw.h T n.il nnt k
il with internal medecines at all and
during the cold weather I have suffer
ed excruciatingly, 1 finally thought
I would try an Allcock's PLasrctt ap
plied to the nape of my neck. In l-4
than hslf a day the pain entirely
ceased." ' '
Subscribe for lbs PaoirxcToi
Of she Konrd of Supervisor f
Cocfalse Count v.
Tuesday, Nov. 11, 1890.
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment. rresenj B. S. Coffman, Chairman,
and Jno. Montgomery andT. J. White,
Minutes of previous meeting read
A communication hating been read
from T. S. Merrill referring to a loca
tion for and the building of a briJe
across the San Pedro rherat or near
St. David, it was ordered that the
supervisors visit the locality to de
termine a proper site for the bridge
aud the probable cost thereof and re
port at tin next meeting of the
The following bills were allowed and
warrants ordered drawn:
11 W Eta, return certificate T20 G2
A H Emanuel, fees 38 CO
care of papers, 2
tnenths . . . 50 00
Jaa Price, road work 127 00
T A Atchison, repairs court
bouse 3 75
T A Atchison, repairs hospital. 7 20
C C Blair, support Douglas
child ... 15 50
E Sydow, supplies court house 2 50
F Castle, salary clerk 41 Co
E S Cbiover, repairing drain . . C 25
J P Johnson, roadwork" ....... . 8125
P B Warnekros, supplies 284 C5
Thos Howell, ail guard 124 00
JH Fisher, jailer 124 00
D J Carter, janitor 50 00
G C Willis, hospital supplies.. 15 C5
" cossty-iAysicisr. 125 00
ATuquet. meals to jurors.. C 50
Board adjourned to 10 a. m on the
12 of Nov.
B. 8. COFFMAN,
Fred Castle, Clerk.
The following claims were allowed
and warrants ordered drawn :
M. Herring, hospital steward. 40 00
Al. Koska, " cook ... 40 00
Mrs. Holland, " washing. 20 00
Vegetables for hospital 18 00
Win. Shilliam, sanitary fees. . 1C 00
" jailer's salary.. 10 00
A. Tuquet, meals'to jurors. . C 60
L. E. Page, blacksmith work
for roads 7 25
W. R, Bingham, road work. . . 85 00
Ben Hyde, constable .fees 12 20
A. Ayala, interpreting 2 00
P. W. Spencer, interpreting.. 2 00
Mrb. T. Griffith, support Emer
son child 25 00
James Wolff, work bridge ... G 00
C. E. Frederick, repairs 10 00
G. G. Berry, court com 32 00
Mri. M. E. Tursrcr mirk..... 23 1!
R. W. Wood, ice hospital 1 40
i" " gas 9 50
H. Walker, registering voters. 19 20
W.W. Whitney, meals pris . C 30.
Sam Barrow, supplies jail 1C 00
C. L. Cummings, board pris . 112 36
E. Gres, supplies 4 SO
C. L. Cummings, stationery . 54 55
L. W. Blinn, lumber 28 80
J. Pool, conveying bal. boxes. 16 80
S. L. Hart, reps. " " 12 65
Wells, Fargo, two books rec. . 26 CO
Fred Castle, extras.. 7 35
George Daily came in to-day on the
stage. He has been doing New Mex
ico. AfidMmcBt Work.
If yon have assessment -work to do
address "D" this office 0Tli will be
done promptly and reliably, nlltf
likcsaiatista Cw Be fared
Ktirumatisra baa baffled tbe skill tf
oar best physicians, and to dsy more
men, women and children are saueriDg
from this terrible disease than ever be
for. Tbs cpinion seems nniverssl
tat it is incurable, bat this is a mis
Uksn idea. Kiiriimatlim can be per
saasently cuied by tba use of Hib
bard'a Rhssisatio Sjrsp aad Plasters.
Vt sal by J. Tonga.
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Gets Done Up by a Flat
Stanley's First Lecture a
The Horse Show Chens To
day in New York
War in Central America Iowa Safe
Silver, l.OiS 1-i; Lead, GAS;
SPECIAL DISPATCHES TO PROSPECTOR.
New Yobk, Nov. 12, 1890.
Copper Steady; Lake, Sept.
Lead Steady: Domestic $5.i5.
Tur Steady; straits, $24.50.
New Orleaxs, Nov. 12. Number
75709 won the grand prize in the
Louisiana Lottery drawing yester
day. i:nsland'- flnelf none.
Losdojj, Nov. 12 The Swiss Rachel
who killed a counsellor recently in an
uprising in Switzerland was released
this moraine, the English govern
ment refusing to di-liver him on ex
Veiturlns v Hlcnm.
New Yop.e. Nov. 12 The war ship
of the U. S, navy, Vesuvius was badly
damaged to-day while coaling up at
Hie wharf. A flat car ran into a tuc
standing alongside which threw the
car with greatorce into the side of
the ship tearing a hole in her side and
tearing open the plated armor.
NEwYdKK, Nov. 123500 people
assembled to hear Stanley's first lec
ture last night, The scene was a
grand one. All of the most fashion
able of New York society people were
present. S'anley received $5000 for
bis lecture and tbe management is
said to have cleared $3000 from the
Athens. Nor. 12 The chamber of
deputies was opened to-day by the
King in person. In a speech his
msjesty says the members of the cab
inet are convinced of the expediency
of returning to an electorial system
based on tbe old law.
The :Vew Crulacr,
New York. Nor. 12,, A special
train left the city yesterday carrying
about one hundred and fifty officers
and men needed to complete tbe crew
of the new cruiser San Francisco, and
next Saturday night they Kill take
tbeir posts on board tht feiiel, going
into commission the ntxtday. Thie
is the first time that the nay has
been able to transport its men in this
way, and the experiment therefore at
tracts attention. The army is author
ized to go ocr all land grant roads
free of expense to the department.
Des Moines, Nov. 12. The com
plete official count of the state shows
the entire republican state ticket to
have been elected.
Washlsgto.v, Nov. 12. A general
Central American war is imminent.
The revolution in Honduras is grow
ing and great uneasiness is is felt in
Guatemala. Nearly all of the states
are arming to prepare for the worst.
ICntcIitH 0r Ltibor.
Denver, Nov. 12. Powderly read
his annual address at the meeting of
the General Assembly, in which he
said that the strike on the New York
Central was in' pportune and that
public opinion was against the strikers.
He also called upon all local assem
blies to discuss and study the tariff
question and its relation to labor and
Lovdon, Nov. 12 The trial of the
prize fighters, Slain and McAulifl'e,
still continue. The defendants are
represented by Sir Charles Russell,
who it is said got 400 guineas on his
brief and a "refresher" of one hundred
guineas. The trial will not last more
than two days.
New York, Nov. 12 The national
horse show association of America
begins its sixth annual exhibition to
day in the Madison square garden.
This exhibition nbich is to continue
Saturday, is likely to eclipse the fine
record made two seasons ago. The
Madison square garden was built es
pecially for the horse show. The ma
jority of the officers and stockholders
are also members of the national horse
show association. The exhibition will
be followed by a national flower show
which will begin at the garden Novem
ber 24 and will continue one week.
Consignments will be received from
all the prominent nurseries from
Maine to California and will include
flowers and foliage plants of all kinds.
Hon. W. H. Hardy, of Mohave
county, has resigned as a member of
the board of directors of the Territor
ial Insane Asylum, and his resigna
tion has bren accepted by the govern
or. Mr. Hardy gave as his principal
reason that, living so far away, it re
quired too heavy an expenditure of
time and money for him to attend the
meetings af the board and do full jus
tice to the office, the Territory and
himself. The entire allowance which
a director is entitled to receive for a
year is ?150, and Mr. Hardy states
that it costs him that much for a sin
gle trip. Republican.
Mr. G. II. Carrel, ice president of
the Bank of Tombstone has been ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
James FarreL The latter left a will
and the estate is estimated to be worth
1200,000. He left a widow and a child
and sister, all living in San Francisco
Hiehesi of all jn Lcueamg Power.
4as Mask -g-w
The Artesian Problem to Be
Solcd by Uncle Sam.
On the 27th of October, says the
Phe'nix Herald, Acting Governor
Murphy wrote to the Department of
Agriculture respectfully calling the
attention of Hon. Secretary Rusk to
the necessity existing in Arizona for
further irrigation facilities, whether by
artesian wells or otherwise.
An answer has just been received
from the department, in which Assist
ant Secretary Willitts saps :
"Your letter of the 27th uit.. with
relation to artesian irrigation, now a
subject of inquiry by this department,
is at hand and will be referred to our
agents in the field, with instruction to
visit Arizona and make an examina
tion of the conditions, the result to be
laid before Congress, as required by
the law under which we are now act
ing." Sound IdeanofOulilan.
Finance Minister Dublan has some
times been criticised as not favoring
the doctrines of the protectionist
school of economists, as believing in a
policy of liberal trade relations with
foreign countries. In plain words.
Minister Dublan does not favor a pol
icy of commercial isolation, His po
sition is a strong one; he stands on
the same economic platform with men
like Gladstone, Cleveland, Cobden and
a host of European statesmen of the
first rank. The high tariff of Mexico,
which is strictly a tariff for revenue,
incidentally affords protection to many
industries, and, under the shelter of
the tariff, manufactures are growing
up here which no Mexican statesman
will wish to weaken or destroy. Pos
sessing iron and coal, Mexico is in a
poilion to go into many sorts of man
ufacturing which will give employ
ment to thousands of people, but it is
not the policy of the administration
to destroy the profitable sjstem of
trade exchanges with foreign nations
which has been established by the en
ergy of native agriculturists and mer
chants, by following the pernicious
example of the United States, which
is rjpidly coming under the rule of
formidable combinations of manufact
urers and capitalists who are taking
away from the masses of the people
all but the outward appearance of
Rope Made of Women' Hair.
Speaking before a meeting of the
Methodist ministers, Bishop Fowler
told of a new hcaihcn temple In the
northern part of Japan. It Is of enor
mous size, and the timbers were hauled
to and placed In their present position
by ropes made from the hair of the
women of tho province. An edict went
forth calling for the long hair of the
women, and enough was obtained to
make two monster ropes ono 17 inches
In circumference and 1,400 feet long,
and tho other 10 to 11 inches around and
2,000 feet long. ,
Wbcn roa ! bojIngloc nnenitf
that lhre I we a t&lcc & prM
.Hut U ton cfnap. It I Jxttrr la pT
'tkir !) J rt good ilcrra raw
nlccuJ kln la UwbntBUBCTUl
warranted to twtMmortMTTlM
abont kIotm la general udTJ at h 1
hi'. ftlaTta in partleuWr. eaelMa
tamp (or tbe buck AbaaC Glavaa.
It will lateral roa. Briuaiue.
J0H21 0. HUTCEINS01T, Joiajioira, K. T.
U. a Gov't Report, Aug. 17, iSSg.
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