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TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA. FRIDAY EVENING, NOVUMI3EU 21, 1890
Both tlio method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it h pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
fently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
.iver and JBowels, cleanses tho sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation permanently. For Bale
in 50c and $1 bottles by all druggists.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
8a FRAHCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE, KT. OV MX. K.T.
Cor. 5 tli and Fremont Sts.
0E HOEFLER - PROFT.
MINERS' and RANCHERS
Supplies a Specialty.
A.UEST FOit IXPItOYED
And the Celebrated
TESTS " "COS COV2RS,
Fresh Garden Flowers and Field
Seed Constantly on Hand.
Fremont, bet. 3rd & 4th.
FRANK 3. AUSTIN . ... Propr icl w
Staple ana Fancy
Choice Brands of
Grain of all Kinds
Kept ConataMly on Uuid and
SOLD AT LOWEST PRICES
CocausUr tn Hand Jl'l
JuAN A. GARCIA
Custom House Broker.
DAYS STRICT ATTENTION TO
1 all matters connected with the
Mexican custom house. Is respon
sible for all fines imposed by the Mex
ican covernroent, but not for duties
that the custom officers neglect tol
cbarce. All business connected wiui
the Mexican custom house attended
to with neatness and dispatch.
AUpaptT and documen U 1
iatt attention at ten reasonable
a!cmira.s, San Pedro, Sotara, Mel.
m? "" on- . -- '
Tho Greatest Sacrifice ocr
Made in Tombstone.
1 Market Basket usually sold at. II 230
I Celery Glass " " '
3 Table. Goblets " " '
3 Tumblers " " '
3 Fancy ale glasses " " '
3 Nest eggs " " '
1 Lamp complete " " '
1 pat. Fire kindler " " '
1 Jumping rope " " '
1 Leather hat band " "
The whole entire above assort
ment will bo sold for $2 50
it At Geo. E. Kohlee's.
If you want fine straight whisky, of
the most celebrated brands, drop into
the Vony Saloon and satisfy yourself
that this is true. The Pony also car
ries the finest brands of domestic an 4
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. Dereau.East View, West
cheoter Co., X. Yi, writes:
"I have been a great sufferer with
pains in the hack of my head, worse
than any .headache. I couid not reach
it witrynternal medecincs at all and
during-the cold weather I have suffer
ed excruciatingly. I finally thought
I would try an Allcock's Plaster ap
plied to the i) ape of my neck. In less
than half a day the pain entire')
Ho! Fur KIVee!!
L. A. Encle is now running a fast
two-horse rie between Tombstone nd
BHbee. leaving Tombstone atf.7 -.30 a.
m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
and Bisbee on alternate days, at same
hour. Orders for passage or freight
to be left at store of Geo. H. Fitts
Tombone. Office at Bisbeo at
Langsdorf's ."tjre. 9-22-tf.
The finest trees evej offered for sale.
Most all bearing trees, three ySia old,
all kinds. Also Umbrella, Chinese
Mulbetry 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
jrjsVAll my trees should be trans
planted as soon as possible from No
vember to January. nil
For a cut. bruise, burn or scald
their is nothing equal loCharnber
lain's Pain Balm. It heals the parts
moro quickly than any other applica
tion, and unless the injury is Very se
vere, no scar is left. For sale by H. J
Just arrived from the east, the fol
lowing articles : Cape Cod Cranberries,
Apples, Full Cream" Cheese, Mince
Meat, Zante Currants, Sour Krout,
New Orleans Molasses. Boston Black
Molassses, at Hoefler's, ' 024-t
A prominent physician and old
army surgeon in eastern Iowa was
called away from home for a few days:
during his absence one of the children
contracted s 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. He said, from his ex
perience with it, he 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. Pxto,
Articles of Incorporation
VIRGINIA CHIEF MINING CO.
KNOW all men by these presents
that we, the undersigned do hereby
associate ourselves together fur the
parpo-e of formitiK r corporation un
der the Uwi of th territory uf Arizona
and we do certify
Pirat, That the name of suid corpor
atioo shall Le The Viloisza Chie?
Mining and Mii.t.inq CosirA5r.
Second, That the purposes for which
it is form J are to carry on the busi
ness of miniog for the precious and
other metals and to mill and reduce
the same, and to buy, sell, lease and
trade in mining property generally.
Third: That the principal place of
business of this corporation shall be at
Teviaton.Cochise County, Arizuua Ter
ritory but it may have a branch office
at any other place, for the transaction
of snch business as the laws of the ter
ritory do notrequire to be transacted
at the principal office.
Fourth, That the time of the exis
tence of this corporation shall be 25
Fifth, That the number of directors
shall be thre, and that the names and
residence s of those who are appointed
to serve the first year are James H,
Tevis, John A. Duncan and Ezra W.
Kiogsberry. The residence of James
Q. Tevis is Tevistun, Cochise connty.
Territory of Arizona, and that of John
A. Duncan and Ezra V. Kingsberry,
Kansas City, Jackson county, state of
Sixth. That the amount of capital
stock of this corporation shall be one
million (SI. 000.000) of dollars, divided
inio one hundred thousand (100.000)
shares at the par value of ton (10 00
dollars each, all of which is fall paid.
Seventh, 1 he existence of this cor
poration bali commence at the date of
theextculioa uf these article! and
shall terminate twenty-five years there
Eighth. Tho odiKtSXil this corpor
ation shall h a president, a. vice presi
dent, a treasurer, and secretary. The
first three named shall be directors of
said corporation and shall hold their
offices for one year, or until their sue
cessors are elected and qualified and
the secretary shall hold his office at the
pleasure of the directors.
Ninth. The highest amount of in
debtedness or liability which shall b
incurred by this corporation at any one
time shall not exceed S100.000.
Tenth. Private property of the
stockholders shall not he liable for the
debts of the corporation.
In witness whereof we have hereunto
set our bands and seals thin 14 day of
November. One Thousand Eight Hun-
JOHN A. DUNCAN. seal
by Joha A. Duncan, his I seal
attorney in fact.
JAMES H. TEVIS. I seal
Signed and sealed in the presence of
seal 1 WM C. STAEHLE.
Territory of Arizona)
County or Cochise. J M'
On the fourteenth day of November,
A. D. one thousand eight hundred and
ninety, personally appeared before me.
YVm U Staehle, a notary public in and
for the said connty of Cochise, John A.
Dnrcan, personally known to me to
bo the person described in and who ex
ecuted by power of attorney of Ezra W
Kingaberry to sign and acknowledge
the articles of incorporation in the an
nexed instrument a the attorney in
fact of Eza W. Kingberry named in the
annexed instrument ad party thereto,
and describalas the party executing
the same by his said attorney and the
said John A. Duncan acknowledged to
me that he executed the rams freely
and vo.cntarily, as and for the act and
deed of tuoid Ezra V. Esazsberry,
and for the uses and purposes therein
In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed my official seal
the day and year in this certificate first
WM. C. STAEHLE.
scalJ Notary Pnblic.
Territory of Arizona?
County of Uoctitso. )
On this fourteenth day of November
1890 personally appeared before me.
Wm. C. Stachle, a notary pub'ic in and
for the said county. James H. Tevis
and John A Duncan, known to me to
be the persons described in, and who
executed the foregoing instrnment and
who acknowledged to me that they ex
ecuted the same freely and voluntarily
and for the uses and purposes therein
la witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand ai.d affixed my official eeai
the day and year in this certificate first
WM. 0. STAEHLE,
i ssai Notary Pnblic,
The Pbenix Herald expresses com
mendable sentiment in regard to the
necessity forsome legislathc action by
the next legislature in tho way of ad
vancing the interests of the National
Guard of Arizona. For the first time
in the history of Arizona an effort has
been made, by Adjutant General
O'Neill, to organize the National
Guard, and thus far it has been suc
cessful. Heretofore the Territory has
been tho only one in the Union to lose
its pro rata of the $ COO.OOO annually
appropriated by Congress to arm and
equip the militia of the different
States and Territories, on account of
not having an organized National
Guard. The appropriation in ques
would give Arizona fl.GOO each year,
but as the Territory never had the re
quisite number of men armed and
equipped until 1890 to entitle it to
an apportionment, it will not receive
until IBS! any benefit under the !stt
in question. At present there have
been organized apd fully equipped
nine companies in the Territory, rep
resenting a force of between 350 and
100 men, who could be utilizedin case
of an emergency. Journal-Miner.
Our correspondent writes that min
ing affairs are none too brisk in the
district. The Finley mill will close
down in a few days to make some ne
cessary changes in the treatment of
the ore. Quite a number of old Tomb
stone boys who are working for Mr.
Finley will take this opportunity to
visit Tombstone. Charlie Marsden is
uot troubled by the pinch of poverty.
There is no diminution in the output
from his claim.
At Washington Cimp everything is
at a stand still. There seems to be a
difference of opinion regarding (he
cause of the abandonment of the
claims by the Duquesne company.
The Pool group of mines are re
ported sold and Ex-United States
Mardi.il Donovan, the superintendent,
is in Tucson on business for the com
pany and feels jubilant oer the pros
pects of a turn being made.
'I'lie Farce I'mled.
The cases against the citizens in the
vicinity of Wilcox for fencing govern
ment land came up in Tucson day
before yesterday. The Star has the
following to say regarding the trial
against Davis :
The case of the United States vs.
V. S. Davis, of Wilcox, was called for
trial yesterday morning. This was
one those frivolous cases for unlaw
fully fencing public land which was
presented by the last grand jury. The
prosecution was conducted by U. S.
attorney Jeffords and the defense br
Francis J. Heney and Win. II. Barnes
The prosecution put one witness on
the stand and endeavored to prove
the land that was fenced but the court
sustained one objection after unother
made by Mr. Heney, and the prosecu
tion finally withdrew the witness and
stated that the caso was closed. On
motion ol Mr. Heney the court in
structed the jury to acquit from their
seats, and Mr. Davis walked out of the
court room covered with smiles.
AH of the accused including John
son and Phillips were then discharged
by the court,"
The Roes case will come up on the
25lh and will probably result in a
The following is a list of letters re
maining in the general delivery at
the Tombstone postofficc for the week
ending Nov. 22, 1890:
Davidson,Miss SylhaGeovver, J F
Humphrey, W IS, Joness, S M
McClure, Mr. Parsons, HO
Telephone M Co Tucker, J L
Parties calling for any of the above
letters, will please say "advertised"
and give date.
W. A. Harwood, P. M.
Mask tickets for the rkating carni
val on sale at Stevenson & Walker's,
Peto's drug store, Yaple's sews stand
and Mrs. Bsfferty's. 0" Secure your
tickets and avoid the ruth. 21tf
News o! Importance From all
Parts of the World.
And Condensed Into Facts
SPECIAL DISPATCHES TO PE08PECT0B.
In New York to-day silver was
quoted at 1.93 ; lead weaker, ?4.75 ;
and copper stagnant, JIG 50.
Philadelphia. Miss Julia Marlow
the actress, is to-day lying at the point
of death, with her only hope of life
depending on nn almost hopeless sur
Chicago. General Miles telegraphs
that all danger of immediate hostili
ties on the part of the Indians is over.
They are growing quiet and the whites
are returning to their homes.
London. The Times says no bills
drann on Baring Bros, after last Sat
urday by correspondents will be ac
cepted, but all drawn previously will
be recognized. The Bank of England
is practically in charge of the Bar
Gainesville. J. M. Rising, a prom
in"erit cattle man, formerly of this
county, was shot and instantly killed
on his ranch near Mangum last Mon
day by Walter Pendcrgraft, who is
also a prominent cattle king. The
tragedy was the result of a quarrel
about the possession of some cattle.
Chicago. The Tribune says that
the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific
and the Chicago, Milwaukee and St"
Paul roads have formed a traffic alli
ance with the Union Pacific similar to
that existing between the Union Pa
cific and the Chicago and Northwest
El Paso. The five Mexicans
brought to town Tuesday charged
with the murder of Feliciano Gomez,
at San Ygnacio, are still confined in
the county jail. The Mexican author
ities in Juarez have been notified and
requested to issue tho necessary pa
pers, and it is expected that they will
do so. If the papers are not issued
in the days, as prescribed by the law,
the prisoners will lie set free.
St. Louis. A special to the Repub
lic from Dallas, Texas, says: Two fistic
encounters have been arranged for to
day. The first is between Charles
Herald, of El Paso, and Doc. O'Con
nell, before the Audubon Club of New
Orleans, December I3th for a purse of
$1,000. The second takes place in
Dallas Christmas week and is between
Mike Conley, of Dallas, and Billy
Woods, of Denver. The purse is also
London. Lady Roseberry wife of
Lord Roseberry. the well known lib
eral statesman died at six o'clock thi
of all in L&txnm;j Power.
ABSOLUTEiy PURE .
morning. Lady Roseberry had been
ill for some time. She was the only
daughter of the late Baron Meyer de
Rothchild and she was married March
Kansas City. Next Sunday the
Santa Fe will shorten its lime to
California four hours. This will give
it one of the fastest trains in America
making thc45s miles between Chica
go and Kansas City in 13 hours in
cluding 28 stops.
New York The Gouli's have re
gained control of Pacific mail and
George Gould elected president. The
Huntington forces were routed after a
Kansas Citv. The Cherokee Strip
Lhe Stock Association has determined
to commence proceedings against the
United States go eminent for thelat
tcr'rt action in enforcing the cattlemen
to vacate the strip before the expira
tion of their lease with the Cherokee
Chicago. The American Harvest
ing Co. with a capital of $35,000,000
has been incorporated, The directors
of the new company will be Cyrus H.
McCormick, Wm. Deering, Walter A.
Wood, Lewis Miller, A. L. Conger, and
General P. Itushuell. They do not ex
pect to check competition but shall
probably carry on the manufacture of
the present machines at different
Among the papers left by Captain
Thorndyke were many letters from
prominent public men all over the
country. He had at one time a thriv
ing lumber business in Honk Kong,
China, and receipts for payments of
money as high as $25,000 in :i lump
are filed away among his papers.
Volts "At last they have dis
covered an unflinching truthtoller."
Jars "That so? We'd better Inform
tho Ananias club." Volts "Yes, It's
& fact Tho phonograph can sot tell
a lie," Cincinnati Commercial. k
Boarding and lodging house. Fifth
street between Allen and Toughntit.
Reopened under tho management of
Sins Boyle. ll-20-tf.
flood Fortune ot a I and Ilroker.
In February. 1889, 1 commenced to
use Hibbard's Rheumatic Syrnp and
Plasters for infl-jmrnatory rbeumatijni.
from whieh I had suffered for three
years. My joints were swollen so that
I could hardly walk, but throe bottles
of tho Syrup and the riaMers applied
to my limbs have cured mo. C. R.
Nicholson. Manson, Iowa. For sale
by J. Yonge.
TSe 'Serf movery-
Yoa liave heard year ftfeod and nelfhW
talking abont It. Yon mjr joarxlt be one of the
m.nrwtio know from p-ronl xperleneeju.t
huw p-xl a Ihtne It l. II joo hire eirer tried it,
yoiareoneor lla .taanch friend. bccan.e the
wonderful tMazaboat It la that when ncseiTra
trial Dr Klns'a Sew Discovery e.er aft-rliold.
allien in iho home. If you hare never n.ed It
ar.d rbnnld be afflicted with a coogh, evld, or anr
Throa:, Lnu? or Cheat tn-oble. eeenre a hoi lee a'.
oocrand (Tire It a fair ttl.L It la enar.nteed
every time or moner retsaded. Trial bottle free
at J Yonge'a drag'tore.
IXLiVS V JLUKT,
that then la uch a thins as a pr
.that 1. too eaeop. Ix la better lo per
fair price and jet tool gfc."... U"
Ilatchlaaea'a. They are made fro
aeleetcd tknu In the Lett mr,Bras4
are warranted lobe the avwt mrtlr
able made. IT JC1 want to know were
abont (lorea la feseral and Ilalehla.
ion'. Claree lo pentad", eneloee
.tamp for the book Abeet Gtevee.
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C. OTTCEKSOSi, JcJastswa,H.3.
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. ij, iSSg,