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TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA TUESDAY EVENING, NOVliMBEK 25, 1890
Both tLo method and results "when
Syrup of Figs ia taken; it ia pleasant
and refreshing to tbetaste, and acts
fently jet promptly on tho Kidnejs,
.iver and JJowels, cleanses tLo sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures hahitual
constipation permanently. For sale
in 50c and $1 hottles hy all druggists.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAK MAXCISGO, CAL
LOmZYSUt. XT. f HT tCkX. M.T.
Cor. 5th and Fremont Sis.
TOE HOEFLER - PROFF.
MINERS' and RANCHERS
Supplies a Specialty.
AUSNT FOtt 1MPHOVKD
And the Celebrated
TEXTS QOS COVERS.
Fresh Garden Flowers and Field
Seed Constantly on Band.
Fremont, bet. 3rd & 4th.
FRANK B. AUSTIN Proprietor
Staple and Fancyj
Choice Brands of
Grain of all Kinds
Opt ConitftPUf on ttnd tod
SOLD AT LOWEST PRICES
Cost tantlr n Hand ttl
n.VY88STKICT ATTENTION TO
all matter connected with the
Mexican custom house. Is respon
sible for all fines imposed by the Mex
ican eovernment, but not for duties
that the custom officers neglect to
charge. All business connected with
the Mexican custom house attended
to with neatness and dispatch.
All paper and documtn i(j" t
iaU attention at very reasonable
alamiaas, San Pedro, SoaihfcMeX.
Tho Greatest ttat-rlflce Ever
3Inde In Tombstone.
1 Market Basket usually sold at. $1 50
i Celery Glass " "
3 Table Goblets
3 Tumblers " "
3 Fancy ale glasses " "
3 Nest eggs "' '
1 Lamp complete " "
1 pat. Fire kinder "
1 Jumping rope " "
1 Leather hat band " "
The whole entire above assort
ment will be sold for $2 50
tf At Geo. E. Koiilek's.
If you want fine straight whisky, of
the most celebrated brands, drop into
the tony Saloon and satisfy yourself
that this is true. The Pony also car
ries the finest brands of domestic anil
imported Bnndie, Wines, Ales. Por
ters, and all kinds of liquors. Ice
Cold Drinks of all kinds a specialty.
The Carmen Key Vest Cigar is the
finest for the money to be had in Ari
zona. St. Louis Anheuser Busch Lager
Beer on draught at all times. No fav
orites. Come all.
Ho! Fr ItWUre!!
L. A. Engle is now running a fast
two-horse rig between Tombstone nd
Bisbee, tearing Tombstone at 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. II. Fitts
Tombstone. Office at Bisbee at
Langsdorfs store. 9-22-tf.
The finest tre" ver offered for sale.
Most all bearing trees, three years old,
all kinds. Also Umbrella, Chinese
Mulberry 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
yon 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
JJST'All my trees should be trans
planted as soon as possible from No
vember to January. nil
A Voire ft em the JodUtal Bearh
Judge John Chaney. of Osceola, la.
says: "I contracted sciatio and muscu
lar rheumatism in the army, and suf
fered most excruciating agony for
years. Dr. James Roberts, of Osceola,
advised me to take Hibbard'a Rheu
matic Syrnp. I have used eleven bot
tles, ilia find that it keeps me in good
health. lean sot recommend it too
highly." For sale by J. Yonge.
For s. cut. bnii", burn or scald
their is nothing equal to Chamber
Iain's Pain Balm. It heals the parts
more quickly than any .other applies-
i tion, and unless the injury is very se-
' vere, noscar 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, Bpston Black
Molassscs, at JIoEfLKK's, 024-t
A prominent physician and "old
army surgeon in eastern low was
called away from home for a fewdsyi:
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 o
much pleased with the remedy that
the? afterwards used several bottles at
various limes'. He said, from his ex
perience with it, he regarded it as the
jroost reliable preparation iu use for
colds and that it came the nearest be
ing specific of any medicine he had
ever seen. oryi by ti. J. rxro,
Articles of Incorporation
TIRGISIA CHIEF MINING CO.
ENOW all men by these presonts
that wp, the undersigned do hereby
associate ourselves together lor the
purpo-e of forming corporation un
der the lw of thv territory of Arizona
and we do certify
iirat. 1 bat tuu name of said corner
ation stall be The Viloixia, Ciiuf
Mining xsv Milxi.no Oompant.
Second, That the purposes for which
it is formed are to carry on the busi
ness ol mining for the orecious and
other metals and to mill and rednce
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
TerUton. Cochise Connty, Arizona Ter
riiory uui u may nave a urancu omce
at any other place, for the traduction
of snch business as the laws of the ter
ritory do notreqnire to be transacted
at the principal oSIm.
Fourth. That the time of the exis
tence of this corporation shall bo 23
fifth. That the nnmber of directors
shall be threi, and that the name aud
residence s of those who are appointed
to serve the first year are James H.
Tevis, John A. Duncan and Izra W.
Ktogsberry. The residence of James
H. Tevis ia Tevistou, Cochise connty.
Territory of Arizona, and that of John
A. Dnncan and Ezra W. Kingsberry.
Kansas City, Jackson connty, stato of
Sixth. That tho amount of capital
stock of this corporation shall be one
million (51,000.000) of dollars, divided
into one hundred thousand (100.000)
shares at the par value of ten ($10 00j
dollars each, all of which is fnll paid,
Seventh. 1 he existence of this cor
poration -hall commence at the date of
theexcatioa of these article and
shall terminate twenty-five years there
Eighth. The officers of this corpor
ation shall be 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 sua
cessors are elected and qualified and
the tecretary shall hold hi office at the
pleasure of the directors. .
Ninth. The highest amount of in
debtedness or liability which shall to
incurred by this corporation at any one
time shall not exceed $100,000.
Tenth, Private propeity of the
stockholders shall not be liable for the
debts of the corporation.
In witness whereof we have hereunto
set onr hands and seals this 14 day of
November. One Thonaand Eight Hun
dred and Ninety.
JOHN A. DUNCAN.
EZRA W K1NGSBERRY,
by John A. Dnncan, his
attnrnev in faot.
JAMES H. TEVIS.
Signed and sealed in the presence of
seal J Wit C. STAEHLE.
Territory of Arizona
Connty of Cochise. 1 '
On the fourteenth day of November,
A. D. one thousand eight hundred and
ninety, personally appoared before me.
Wm a ataehle, a notary public in and
for the said connty of Cochise, John A.
Dnncan. personally known to me to
bo the person described in and who ex
ecuted by power of attorney of Ezra W
Kingsbcrry to sign and acknowledge
the articles ol incorporation in the an
sexed ionlruiur&t as the attorney in
fact of Ezra W. Ktngberry named in the
annexed instrument at party thereto,
and described as the parly execntior
the same by his said attorney and the
said John A. Daocan acknowledged to
sis that be executed the rame freely
and vo.untarily. as and for the set and
de?d of the said Ezra W. Kingsberry,
and for the uses and purposes therein
In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hcd and affixed my official real
the day and year fn this certificate first
-. wji- i. niAtiii.i-.
fjBEAl. Notary. Pablio.S
Territory of Arizona
Connty ol Uocbue. )
On thivfonrteenth day of November
J8D0 peraeeally appeared before me,
Wm. CStaehle. a notary pnb'io in and
for the said connty, James H. Tevis
and John A Dnnean. known to me to
he the perrons described $r. and who
pxecnted the foregoing instrument and
who acknowledged to me that they ex
ecuted the rame freely and voluntarily
and for the uses and purposes therein
Ia witness whereof I have hereunto
set ay band and affixed my official teal
the day and year in this certificate first
WM. 0. STAEHLE,
2At - Notary Public.
A Kheep Slorr.
United States Marshal Paul came in
lo-d.iy after a band of sheep, which
have a history almost equal to Mary's
Keller, who has a ranch below the
line, about three weeks ago sold a
band of 1,100 sheep to Cummings,
the butcher, and the Erie cattle com
pany. The former took 700 of them
and the latter 400. The custom house
authorities said they had been in
spected and duly paid, but upon in
vestigation it was proved that only a
portion of them had been passed
through satisfactorily and the whole
band was seized and have been in
charge of the United States Marshal
eterbince. He will sell them as con
fiscated property and somebody will
have a chance to buy them. Who is
to blame for the matter is not known,
but i is intimated by the innocent
purchasers that if Mr. Keller comes
across the line he will be one who will
' Apnclie Tlormous.
'The plurul wife sy&tem prevails at
San Carlot, where it is regarded by
Apache bucks as profitable for the rea
son that wiea are tireless toilers.
They chop wood, carry water, pack
hay, herd stock, build wickiups, cook,
and, in fact, do all the labor calculated
to contribute to the necessity and com
fort of the "camps. Apache women
are merchantable.are bought and sold.
A buck's wealth is estimated, in part,
by the number of his wives. The
value of a wife is calculated by the
weight she can carry; therefore, those
having defective spines and unable to
pack a sack of flour or a bundle of
hay, or an eighth of a cord of wood
and a papoose at the same time, are
not regarded as valuable property, and
are less appreciated by their masters
than a pony or a burro. Globe Siler
Demnutl for Iteef.
It is conceded that at the present
rate of growth of our population we
will iu a few years require all the cat
tle nc can raise in the United States
to feed our own people, while the more
thickly populated countries of Europe
cannot even now, raise enough meat
for their own use; Oen with increas
ing foreign and home demand for beef
and only a limited increase of our
beef supply, now about 37,000,000 cat
tle, beside the 16,000,000 milch cows
our chief increase must be the in
creased value troni the universal in
troduction of the improved breeds and
the use of full blood sires of the beef
breeds. Live Stock Journal.
A Jlcst Valuable Act at.
H Armgardt, M. D., 95 Ja.kson St.,
Brooklyn, N. Y.. writes:
"Being familiar with the stimulating.
bealinir and anodyne properties of
Allcock's Ponocs Plasties. I com
mend them as a most valuable agent in
the class of diseases for which tbey are
intended. The stimulating action
when worn over tbe gastric-region ma
terially aids in restoring strength and
nrrv- to digestion., and the conse
quent building np of tissne and restor
ing tone to the general system.
Copper and Copper Goods.
The market for the metal remains
comparatively weak and the syndicate
figures of 17 cents for Lake Superior
has several times been cut a quarter
during the week. In?ew York,
Arizona is there quoted at 15 and low
ertrrades at 14al-U.
IvlLocally, Baltimore ignots command
13 and western casting brands at 141,
Manufactured copper shows no change
in prices and none is looked for much
before Jan. 1st, when a depreciation in
values is generally anticipated, conse
quent upon the expiration of the agree
ment on raw copper Stoves and
G. W. McLane, of Tombstone, vis
ited Florence this week to deliver ex
tensive consignments of trees from J.
F. Gncnther's nurseries of Rochester,
New York. The trees all arrived in
excellent condition and his customer
seemed satisfied with them. Enterprise.
News of Importance From all
Parts of tk World.
And Condensed Into Facts
SPECIAL DISPATCHES TO PK0SPECTOB.
In New York to-day silver wns
quoted at $1.02$ ; lead stronger, M.S0 :
and copper nominal, 116.50. &
Fleasantviixe. Ad wees by wire
to-day state that a larce vessel is
ashore and is a complete wreck about
twelve milts below the Atlantic Light.
There arc no signs of life on board.
Baltijioce The Now York bureau
of the Siberian Exile Petition Asso
ciation has been established. Its ob
ject is to procure by organized action
signature to the monster petition to
the Czar of Russia in behalf of the
political exiles in Siberia.
asuington. The American In
stitute of Archaeology h.ie succeeded
in securing the right to excavate
and exhume the ruins of ancient
Washington. The census bureau
has paid 23,000 of the 48,000 enum
erators. They hae rceived $3,450,
000 at which rale the pay of the enum
eralors alone will amount to f,000,
000. All except 128 of the New York
enumerators haebecn paid.
New York. The salo of admission
tickets at $1 each for the big Thanks
giving Day match between Princetown
and Yale at Eastern Park, will begin
tomorrow at 9 o'clock r. m. Open
seats hae been provided for 12,000
people, and in order to keep the spec
ulators from gobbling them up, the
management has provided that not
more than five tickets will be sold to
any one person.
Philadelphia. The Journal of the
Knights of Labor will to-day submit
a long article on tho taritT question,
Speaking of the McKinley bill, it
"That the McKinley bill may have
stimulated some industries is probable
but it so, the advantage is wholly on
the fide of capitalism. Labor is so
abundant that, even supposing that
the additional demand necessitated
the employment of extra men, the
vacancies could be very quickly filled,
leaving still many applicants still un
employed. Why then should the
employers increase wage? They are
tinder no necessity to do so when they
can procure all the help they need at
the old rates,
Wasiiixgto!. The recent decision
of Judge Sawyer of the United States
Circuit court in setting aside the
"Bingham ordinance." of San Fran
cisco has brought to the surface again
Hwhes-. of sll-ia Le--.vea.n2 Power.!!. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1SS9,
tho salient features of the Chinese
problem. A-strong pro-Chinese pro
paganda has been industriously man
ipulated by sentimentalists in the east
ern states. Religious periodicals and
missionary societies aro vchemincntly
opr-oJng all stiC!::ncs2 !-ssL-.-tion.
New Yoiik. Accompanying Dr. H.
P. I-oomis, the visiting physician -to
Belleruc, who left for Berlin to-day on
the steamship Trove, to study Prof.
Koch's recent consumption discover
ies, are Dr. Joseph II. Linsley, of the
Post Graduate Hospital, and Dr. IIn.
ry S. Stearns, of the Charily Hospital.
Chicaco Dherse and conflicting
reports continue to come from the Da
kota in reference to the probability of
an Indian uprising. There is no
doubt that a great many settlers in
North Dako'a are thoroughly fright
ened and that they hae" reason for
feeling uneasy. That the situation ia
a grave one is shown by the action of
General Miles in asking for United
Stales troops and by the extensive
preparations made by Gen. Miles and
Gen. Itogdes for suppressing any out
break as soon as it shows itself.
A ijcessk of 50 per isit h evicted
in British Columbia from American
drummers. All of this new ilea was
formulated cince the passage of the
It is reported that Goschcn, Chan
cellor of the Exchequer, has akcd the
Bank of England directors to consider
whether tho time is opportune for the
issue of 1 notes, payable in gold.
The above is a recent dispatch from
London and giies within its lew lines
i more encouragement lor finer tiian
anything sent out for a long time.
.1 rerullar I'onlilou.
The case of Francisco Alvarez on
habeas corpus was up before the dis
trict court yesterday, says the Tucson
Citiren. The circumstances of the
case arc that two years ago Alvarez
w.is on the ?an C.irlos reservation anil
after committing various deviltries
h locked in the guard house, and
later ordered from the reservation.
The law requires that persons who are
detrimental to the welfare of the In
dians may be kept off, and in case of
their return arrested and handed oier
to the United States Marshal. On the
Cth of November Alvarez returned to
tho reservation, was recognized, ar
rested and given in charge of Mar
shal Pul. The penalty of the crime
he has committed is a fine of ?1,000,
no imprisonment being substituted.
As Alvarez is without money theqnes
tion arises as to what shall be done
with him. Judge Sloan has taken the
case under advisement, the prisoner
being held in custody until his deci
sion is rendered.
A train passed through Yuma Mon-'
day, ya the Senliuel, twenty-two
cars of which were loaded with Lima
beans, bound for Boston. They were
from Ventura county, California,
which has already shipped 1,000 car
loads to the East. Twehe million
pounds of vegetables have been
shipped cast over the Southern Pacific
railroad, not to say anything of the
10,000 carloads of green, dried and
canned fruit which have been sent to
the lands of ico and snow.
Colin Cameron came in with C.
Reppy last night.
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