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TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER G, 1890
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Both tho method and results -ween
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
end refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, Lead
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation permanently. For sale
in 50o and SI bottles by all druggists.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAX nhCISC0, CAL.
LOUISVILLE. XT. tSlY XCRX, K.T.
Cor. 'All and Fremont Stst
JOE HOEFLER - PROFP.
MINERS' and RANCHERS
Supplies a Specialty.
AUEXT FOK IMPKOVED
And the Celebrated
TESTS, n OON COVERS,
Fresh Garden Flowers And Field
Seed Constantly on Hand.
Fremont, bet. 3rd & 4th.
FRANK B. AUSTIN Proprietor
Staple and Fancy
Choice Brands of
Grain of all Kinds
K.at Const vtlr on Hud od
SOLD AT LOWEST PRICES
Voasliotlr es Hn4 iltt
JuAN A. GARCIA
Custom House Broker.
BAYS STRICT ATTENTION TO
I all matters connected with the
Mexican custom house. Is respon
sible for all fines imposed by tho Mex
ican government, but not for duties
that the custom officers neglect to
charge. All business connected with
tlio Mexican custom house attended
to with neatness and dispatch.
All papers. and doeumen li.'in
ialt attention, at very reasonable
. . rates,
Palomlaa, San Pedro, Soaora, Mei.
If you want fine straight whisky, of
the most celebrated brands, drop into
the fony Saloon and satisfy yourself
ries the finest brands of domestic anil
imported Brandies, Wines, Alee, 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 io be had in Ari
zona, St. Louis Anheuser Busch Lager
Beer on draught at all times. No fav
orites. Come all.
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
All my trees should be trans
planted as soon as possible from No
vember to January. ' nil
A Voice r. em thr Jadlalal UeurU
Judge John Cbaney. of Osceola, la.,
says: "I contracted sciatic and muscu
lar rheumatism in the army, and suf
fered most excruciating agony for
years. Dr. James Robert, of Osceola,
advised me fo take Hibbard'a Rheu
matic Syrnp. I have used eleven bot
tles, aud find that it keeps me in good
health. lean not recommend it too
highly." For sale by J. Yon go.
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, 024-1
For a cut. bruise, burn or scald
their is nothing cqUil to Chamber
lain's Fain Balm. It beals the parts
more quickly than any other applica
tion, and unless the injury is very se
vere, no scar is left. For sale by H. J
Kdrts For .llcrcbanl .
The country trade, the cattlernans
trade, the ranchers' trade, the trade
of surrounding mining camps can
only be reached by appealing to their
reason. You ran reach them through
the columns of the Weekly Prospec
tor. The phennminal growth of its
subscription list daring the late cam
paign has been followed by a flood of
new subscribers during the past two
weeks never equalled in Arizona Jour
nalism. If you expect to do any hol
iday trade you had better encage your
Hot V-r JBLkcc!!
L. A. Engle is now running a fast
two-horse rig between Tombstone nd
Bisbee, leaving 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.
For a lame back, a pain in the side
or chest, or for aooth-ache or ear-ache,
prompt relief may be had by using
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It is relia
ble. For sale by II. J. Prro,
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 a severe cold and his wife
bought a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for. iC They were so
much pleased with the remedy that
they afterwards used several bottles at
various times. lie 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 be had
ever seen. For sale by H. J. Peto,
An Iutereatlns Mult.
A suit of more than ordinary inter
est was tried at Phenix last Tuesday.
A synopsis of the facts is from the lie-
W. B. Slaughter, of the Southwestern
Beef Company, of Los Angeles, versus
George Marlow and David Harden
burg, took up most of the day. Coun
selor Street, representing the plaintiff
and Baker & Campbell, representing
defendants, all spoke at length. The
complaint alleges failure on the part
of .defendants to complete a contract
entered into touts time before May,
1SS3, in which the plaintiff agreed to
sell and defendants agreed to buy a
certain number of cattle at a certain
price, the plaintiff advancing $2,000
Of the purchase money; that defend
ants refuted to deliver the cattle under
the contract, and prays for judgment
for the $2,000 with interest to date.
The defendant in their answer set
up a counter claim, alleging willing
ness at all times to deliver the cattle,
and that they did drive them down to
the place designated in the contract
and bad them subject to plaintiff's
command, at considerable expense,
plaintiff refuting to take them, where
by they were put to great loss, and
pray that plaintiff take nothing and
for damages in the sum of $G,03GS9.
The juiy, after deliberating about
two hours, returned a verdict for the
defendants, and assessed damages
against the plaintiff at $911 12.
Daggs Bros., the largest sheep own
ers in the southwest, have about fifty
head of their finest sheep grazing on
alfalfa at their ranch near Phenix.
They will be kept there until 1893,
when the world's fair opens, and six
of the best ones will be taken to Chi
cago for exhibition. Three of them
will have fleeces about three years old
and three will have no fleeces. Sheds
will be built so thjt the animals will
have shelter from rain, and shade dur
ing the hottest part of the day. They
estimate that the sheep will hate a
16-inch fleece by that time, and that
they will cirry c2f the ribbon on range
sheep, at least, if they do not carry off
the championship of the world.
A nixed dive.
The Citizen says that the statement
in the Star with regard to the Farrell
will case in the probate court is some
what mixed. The will was admitted
to probate on Saturday last, and the
dispute was not as to whether it
should or should not be admitted to
probate, but as to the amount of tho
executor of the estate in Pirra county
and what property there was in the
county upon which administration
coull be baed there being among the
effects of the deceased an instrument
for the amount of 120,000 payable at
a British bank in San Francisco also
tome foreign certificated of strx ic,
which according to l.-iw are payable
at the cities of the owner, which in
this case was at San Francisco and
therefor ordered bonds to be givpn
in the sura of $I2,C00 by the executor
of the estate, the amount of the bal
ance of the personal effects of the de
Von Are Right.
The secretary of the intrrior reoo
mends that the provision known
the Idaho test oath be made applii
ble to Arizona, which means that th
secretary desires to disfranchise th
large class of citizens in Arizona
known as Mormons, an 1 who as a rule
vote the democratic ticket. But it
won't work; the day has passed when
any class of citizens can be disfran
chised on account of religious convic
Taxation without representation, is
as is also representation without taxa
tion, against the rules of society. Pay
your taxes on or before the loth and
le considered one of the "400."
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A. Tariff Story.
The Photographic Times exposes a
piece of swindling in tho McKinlcy
bill, of which the photographers of
menized paper under the tariff of 18S3
was dutiable at 15 per cent, ad'valor
em. The article is not made in this
country, and the photographers ac
cordingly indulged the pleasing hope
that it would be put on the free list.
To their amazement it was reported
by the committee of ways and means
at 85 percent, ad valorem. An agita
tion was started in the trade to pre
vent this iucrease of tax. Protests
were sent to members of congress in
such numbers that the rate was re
duced in the house bill to 25 per cent,
ad valorem. In this form it passed
both house and senate. But in the
"committee of conference on the rfis
agrtttng totes of the two houses," the
duty on albumenized paper was raised
to 35 per cent, ad valorem, and so it
stands in the present law.
The following from the Star shows
that Rood after all will be tried for the
killing of Major Farrel as he should be
and no doubt asked to be.
"The grand jury made a partial re
port yesterday afternoon and returned
an indictment against George W.
Rood charged with the murder of
James Farrel last October in Nogales
The defendant was arraigned and ask
ed until Saturday morning in which
Francis J. Ileney is appointed as
sistant district attorney in the case
and is assisted by Hon. P. Reddy and
J. J. Kennedy of Sau Francisco. The
counsel for Rood aro Judge Wm H.
Barnes, Charles W. Wright and Wm.
M. Lorell. It is more than probable
that the case will not be tried until
the next term of court.
The Globe Democrat says of the
Central Silver mines located near Casa
Grande in this Territory :
John C. Loss, superintendent of the
Central Silver arrived in this city yes
terday, He says the niill is running
twenty stamps smoothly and regular
ly. There is plenty of ore and the
mine is looking well throughout. A
car of fourteen and one half tons of
bullion is expected in St. Louis to-day
and another will leave the mine in a
short time. The stock was most act
he on the market but it was awfully
weak. It opened at 13$c and sold as
low as 1IJ with 1000 shares changing
hands. It rallied a little and the last
trade was at Hi c though it amounted
to onlv 100 shares.
All members of Rescue Hose Co.
No. 1 are requested to meet at their
house to-morrow (Sunday 1 afternoon at
2 -SSI p. m. sharp. Business of impor
tance will be transacted and arrange
ments made for the New Year's balL
A fall attendance is desired.
The Jovr estate was sold ester!biv
to Si. Bryant for the sum of f 1,500.
Si. made up his mind to buy it a few
weeks ago and took a couple of car
loads of ore to Socorro and returned
yesterday with over?G,000 in his pock
et, f 4,500 of which he planked down
to E. A. Shattuck, the administrator
o the estate. The ranch is the well-
known Leslie ranch known as Silver
Creek between the Swisshelm and
Chirioahua mountains. The nurchase
mbraces all of the horses and cattle4
on the range.
J. M. Crain has made a successful
test of the lixiviation process as ap
plied to the low-grade ores of Globe
district. Experimental wurks were
constructed not far from the Centen
nial mine, and Mr. Crain informs us
that he will enlarge his plant with
additional pans and will soon have it
in running order. He is also negotia
ting for the lease of a well-developed
mine showing a very large body of 20
to 30-ounce ore. Where the cost of
moving ores is not too great 10 ounce
ores canbi successfully treated by lix
News of Importance From all
Paris of the World.
And Condensed Into Facts
SPECIAL DISPATCHES TO PROSPECTOR.
In Now York to-day silver was
quoted at $1.03 ; lead stronger, $4.80 ;
and copper nominal, $10.50.
Omaha The commission appointed
by Governor Thayor to deuse means
for the relief of suffering due to the
shortage of crops in Nebraska has
submitted a report showing an almost
total failure ol crops in twelve coun
ties and that 10,000 families are in
need of assistance.
Sax Francisco. James G. Corbett
the San Francisco pugilist has sent a
dispatch to New Orleans which seems
to indicate the probability of a fight
between himself and Frank Slavin
within the next few months.
Dciilin United Ireland to day say :
"Without regard to the compromise
which Mr. Clancy will suggest at to
days meeting of the Irish commonors
in London, Mr. Parnell must go. He
must never again lead the nationalist
New York. A special from Wash
ington says that the president and
Secretary Blaine ?re seriously consid
ering the appointment of Congress
man Morrow, of California, to Guate
mala in place of Lansing B. Mizner,
Kansas City. A special from Tah
lequah, Indian Territory, says that the
United States commission met again
today with the Cherokee commission
to continue negotiations for the pur
chase of the Cherokee outlet by the
government. The government com.
mision made its final proposition to
purchase and stated defini'.e terms as
follows: The Indians aro to sell the
land outright and relinquish their
claim and titles and arc to receive for
it $7,528,442, to be paid in cash.
Chicaoo. A dispatch from Arkan
sas City, Kas. gays:
Now that the cattUmen hare their
rttlnont nf thft Rtrin unit
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little Ihietcs stole hundreds of cattle
during the last few weeks. A cattle
man of till s city is short 200 head all
ofjwbich were stolen. Most of the
cattlemen are finding their herds short
is said that nearly 2000 head have
Washington Senator Stewart
yesterday introduced a bill for the free
and unlimited use of silver as money.
It amends the first section of the pres
ent law by repealing the clause lim-
t of all in Lcavcnms Power.
iting the purchase of bullion by the
secretary of the treasury four and a
half million ounces each month and
require th pwrtry to p'lrrbs fll
the silver bullion at a price not ex
ceeding one dollar for 371 and twenty
fix c hundredths grains of pure silver.
It also amends the third sectioi by re
quiring the secretary to coin at least
2,000,000 ounces per month after the
first of July next, and as much more
as may be necessary to redeem the
treasury notes issued in the purchase
of Silver bullion.
Washington Senator Quay intro
duced a bill granting to all persuus
whose names arc now on the list, or
may hereafter be placed on it, who
have lost both eyes or both feet, or
who are otherwise totally disabled, a
pension of $100 a month, also to all
persons who have lost an arm at the
shoulder joint or a leg at the hip joint
a pension of $G0 a month and to those
who have lost an arm below the elbow
or leg below the knee, $55 a month.
Those who have lost a hand or foot or
have been totally disabled in tho
same are to receive $50 a month.
The following instruments were
tiled in the recorder's office since
3 p. m. yesterday:
T J Fitzgerald with Wm. Shaugh
nessy as surety.
Of sale of property of Joyce estate
by E. A. Shattuck administrator to S
certificate ok sale.
Seven-up brand by N. F Leslie to E
A Shattuck, administrator, $10.
R POllKer.St Ix)uisjLerpdlI
water Benson ; Wm Hubbard, Nogales
F Patton, New York.
L L Rhodes, Fairhank ; W J Greon
and wife, Hereford; M Bates, Sau
SIN JOSE HOU2E.
John Bauer. Globe.
Peter Moore has purchased the Liu
derman ranch and stock near Rucker
canyon in the Chiricahua mountains.
He gave $4,500 for the property and
has moved onto the ranch.
Mrs. Annie M. Douglass and J. D.
Dunley, of Benson, were married at
Benson last Tuesday. Both parlies
are well and favorably known in Co
chise county and have the best wishes
of their numerous friends.
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mr
Ward Priest died last night after sev
eral days illness and was buried this
afternoon. The sympathy of the en
tire community is with them in their
Rev. F. W. Downs will deliver a dis-
. rnnrao in tho Methodist church Sun-
. , mnrnint, nn Do souls commnnl
cate between heaven and earth?" Ser.
vices at 11 o'clock. Sunday school at
12 o'cIoce. At night, commencing at
7 o'clock, he will deliver a special dis
course on "That Fast Young Man."
All are cordially invited to attend
TJ S- Cov't Report, Aug. 17. 1SS0.
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