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TOMBSTONE. AHIZONA. FRIDAY EVENING, DEOHMliEK 19, 1890
Both tlic raetlod and results -when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and JJowels, cleanses tho sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures hahitunl
constipation permanently. For sale
in 50c and Si bottles by all druggists.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAX FSAhCISCO, CAL.
IOMYIUE. XT. KZYt YCRX. K.r.
Cor. 5th and Fremont SLs,
JOE HOEFLER - PROFF.
MINERS' and RANCHERS
Supplies a Specialty
AGENT roil IMPROVED
And the Celebrated
TEXTS. 'COS COV5HS.
Fresh Garden Flowers and Field
Seed Constantly on Band.
Fremont, bet. 3rd & 4th.
"FRANK B. AUSTIN Proprietor
Staple and Fancy
Choice Brands of
Grain of all Kinds
Kept CoMttxUron TJtnd as4
SOLO AT LOWEST PRISES
Onsauattr s Band 1111
Custom House Broker.
BAYS STRICT ATTENTION TO
i all matters connected with the
Mexican custom lioue. Is respon
sible for all finesmposed by the Mex
ican government, bqt not for duties
that the custom officers neglect to
charge. All business connected with
the Mexican custom house attended
to with neatness and dispatch.
iff papers and doevmen I tirtp r
talc attention at rery reatonabk
tKTWWaViR H "ST MUL.
-fiA WV ME-
&iOaiia, San Pedro, Soaora, Mex i
Holiday goods at Yonge's. Drug
Store. Best assortment in town.
Foa Rent. Tho
ant, in Bisbee, A. T.
tf Don't fail to call and inspect Frank
Yaple'a Christina vctoAt wtar ymj
wish to buy or not.
Dressing canes, work boxes, music
rolls, fancy thermometers, manicure
sets etc, at Yonge'a drug store.
If you want a Christmas present for
your best girl go-to YonpjVdrug
store where you will find a beautiful
assortment from which to make your
For an elegant toilet case at Frank
Yaple's, Dec. 53d now on exhibition at
bis Central News Depot. Tickets one
Boarding aud lodging house. Fifth
street between Allen and Toughnut,
Reopened under the management of
Mas Boyle. 11-20-tf.
KHleretl r Kidney Troub'e
S. J. Croaio, Rossini House. Toroc
to, Canada, '-writes:
"1 hare beta troubled with a back
achefor some time past and greet diffi
culty in pasiag urine. Three weeks
ago I applied an Aixcock's Fop.ocb
Plaster and have dono so every the
day a since. Almost immediately I had
partial relief, and now I am entirely
free from paij wator parsing freely
and perfectly clear, witbbut burning.
I owe my great relief to Aixcock's Pob
ou PtASTEiisaud heartily recommend
them in any c-ee of kidoey trouble."
Do Xot Naffer Any tancer.
Knowing that a cough ean be check
ed in one day and the first stages of
consumption broken in a week, we
hereby guarantee Dr Acker'a Ecgliab
Cough Remedy and will refund the
money to all who bny, take it a per
directions, and do not find our state
If you want fine straight whisky, of
the most celebrated brands, drop into
the Pony Saloon and satisfy yourself
thai 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 had in Ari
zona. St. Louis Anheuser Busch Lager
Beer on draught at all times. No fav
orites. Come all.
I'm It Tree.
The finest trees ever offered for sale.
Mot all bearing trees, three years old,
all kinds. Also Umbrella, Chiucse
Mulbeiry and Sweet Locust. To flow,
cr 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
To all persons having claims against
the County of Cochise. You are here
by notified that to have your bills
promptly paid for the present month
it will be necessary to have them filed
by tho 28th inet,
tf Clerk Board oi Supervisors.
Grand Necktie Sale at
BONANZA CASH STORF.
One II and re J Dozen of Neck
ties all Silk front and Satin
backed Willi patent fasteners
rwcguiitl JIIIUC tr 111 UUU3 IU
50 cts to
$1.00. Will be
SOLD FOR 25 CE.VTcJ EACH
Fonr tics only will bo sold
to anv one purchase: : Sale to
commence at one- Call Earl v
and ffrt Your Choice. 10 2 w
FACTS BY FIGURES.
TnxBE are 2.000,000 bead of sheep and
goats In New Mexico.
Tnocou the population of the United
outva la m vxresa ui ui ui ureal
Britain, the British railways last year
carried 733,000,000 passengers, as against
493.000.000 In America.
Forests occupy 39 per cent, of the
total area of Sweden, SO per cent, of
Russia, 33 of Austria, S3 ot Hungary, 25
of Germany, 24 of Norway, 19 of Bel
gium, 17 of France, 18 of Switzerland, 17
ot Spain, 13 of Italy, 4 of Great Britain
and Ireland and 19 of the United States.
--Acooawso to statistic? recently pub
lished there Is more salt consumed In
England than In any other country in
Europe. In France tho consumption Is
15 kilogrammes a head; in Italy, 10; in
Russia, 9; In Austria, 8; in Prussia, 7;
In Spain, 0; in Switzerland, 4; in En
gland, SO kilogrammes.
Last year's floods sent about 400,000,
000 feet ot lumber down the Susquehan
na, and a lumberman's exchange was
organized at Columbia to reap some
benefit from logs caught. To-day they
have 10,000,000 feet ot lumber In stock
in the yards of their saw-mill, and to
dato the exchange has divided $300,000
among its members. It is estimated the
profits will reach S30O,OO0.
The present economical condition of
Franco ii considered unusually favor
able by her statesmen. The harvest
this year was about 120,000,000 hecto
liters (100 quarts) of grain, the largest
of the last decade. The export of man
ufactures has Increased as well as tbo
Import of raw materials. Almost $300,
000,000 He In the savings banks. Tho
railway profits have, also Increased.
ExTEssrvE tests have recently been
undertaken in Russia as to color-blindness
among tho various railway servants.
The result was that ot 12,542 points
men, 68 were color-blind; of 4,020 station-masters,
17 were color-blind; of
0,321 machinists, 21 were color-blind;
and of 18,600 watchmen on tho railways,
140 were color-blind. Tho various color
blind officials have now been cither
transferred to occupations where this
defect is ot no importance, or dismissed.
The emigration from China In the ten
years 1SS0-69 was 1,537,107 persons, of
whom 1,097,050 have returned home;
1,167,000 emigrants went to the Straits
Settlements on tho islands, such as
Sumatra, Borneo, Java; 107.000 of the
returning Chinese camo from. North
America and 531,000 from the Straits
Settlements. According to tho passen
ger record at Hong Kong, Amoy and
Swatau the increaso of Chinese, emi
grant population for the decade was in
North America 36,423; in the Straits
Settlements, 357,000; la Slam, 31,634; In
The Empress of Austria is simply
Mrs Nicholson when she is traveling.
TriE Duchess of Marlborough sends
to New York for most of her dresses.
She buys her perfume In bulk, which Is
sent to tho manor of Woodstock in gal
Qctes MjLEoratrrA, ot Italy, has a
passion for pearls. She wears strings
of them around her neck. Malicious
tongues whisper that she wears them to
hide a goitre.
The good-hearted Queen of the Bel
gians turns aside a gift to cost 35,000,
asking that tho money be given to a
society to aid working-men injured in
the performance of manual labor. Tbo
cift was to bo used In commemoration
of the twenty-fifth anniversary of her
husband's accession to tbe throne.
Two or the seven ladles In waiting ot
Queen Margaret, of Italy, aro New York
girls the Princess Vlcovaro, who was
Miss Eleanor Lorillard Spencer, and tho
Princess Brancaccio, who was Miss
Ilickson Field. The Prince Vlcovaro is
aCcnci, and still owns the stately pal
aco which belonged to Lucrezla Petronl,
the step-mother of Beatrice .Cenci, to
gether with many memorials of the ill
Mme. sc Bille, tho wife of the newly-
ac pointed Danish Minister to Great
Britain, is an American lady whose
brilliancy and charming manners will
contribute to render her a decided ac
quisition to London society. M. de Bllle
was formerly connected with the uamsn
legation at Washington, where he met
and married his wife. One of his col
leagues in the British capital Is M. Wad
dlngton, the ambassador of the French
Republic, who is likewise married to an
American lady. -.-
TKrTrcscnt Empress of Germany is
a true 'German wife and mother, brought
up In modest circumstances and reared
exclusively In a country district or
small provincial towns. She feels with
the people and for the people. The uer-
i mans know this. They
(housewifely and motherly qualities, and
I her apparent influence with tho Emper-
or u raioer eutuufc-wi iuo uvijtuujj
They recognize in tncir relations an ex
cmpUficatios ot the Idea that the wlfo
should be tho husband's first adviser.
A mechanical genius has Invented an
Instrument which ho calls the eophone,
by which ha claims that all sounds can
hi hsard and losatsd en ths darktst sigh t
tod la tat tsKktit wetlBW,
j At regular meeting of the Mayor
land common council held in Tomb-
J stone Dec 17t a full board was present
with the exception of Mayor Colin
Minutes of last meeting read and
The city treasurer's report was ac
cepted and filed.
Warrants were ordered drawn as
Huachnca Water Co .,-f W 00
Wrn Constable . .v. ..gjT.io'OO
sum .TM oo
JFrindeville -15 00
The committee on books asked for
further time to report which was
A resolution was presented and
adopted transferring $55 from the
general fund to the building fund to
pay warrants against said fund.
The chief of police stated that he
needed some tools sharpened etc, for
work on the streets. He was instruct
ed to procure the necessary tools.
.Tho poundmaster asked for further
time in which to file his bond which
It'll ut It u ii NnjH.
Minister Ryan of Mexico is in
Washington. In an interview last
Motiday ho said: "While they are
entirely of a friendly character, I
must admit that our trade relations
are not in a satisfactory condition.
The interests of the United Slates and
Mexico alike call for the broadest
practicable trade intercourse. The
commerce between' the two countries
last year reached 5CO.000.000 and bad
our people acted wisely in the past it
would have been at lesst twice that
sum. If in the future we are governed
by practical business principles we
may reasonably expect a very gratify
ing increase of trade with Mexico. I
believe that the good hard sense of
both countries will be asserted and
that reciprocal trade resting upon a
fair exchange of products will be lim
ited only by Mexico's need of revenue.
Yes, I am a protectionist and it seems
to me that the more of the products
of our factories and farms we can
market abroad as well as at home the
greater is the protection to our indus
tries and to American labor.
The Chronicle' View.
S, F. Chronicle.1
The careless system of allowing
Apaches to roam about the country
outside the San Carlos reservation has
resulted in the murder of two cattle
men The crime grew out of the kill
ing of a steer by the Indian?, and the
rrdskina being surpnsod in the act,
retaliated by shooting the owners of
the beef. There is very little prospect
of any punishment of these Indians.
They make their little raids, kill a few
scattered ranchers, seek safety over
the Mexican border, and when the
hue and cry is over they sneak back
to their reservation, draw their beef
and blanket rations again and boast
to their comrades of the while men
they have slain. It is a great system
for the Apaches, but it is death to the
A Illftlorli-ul Cutter.
Dac Crosby has purchased the old
sleigh of the Bonanza Company. This
cutter has probably carried more
wealth in its time than any runnered
vehicle in the world. It conveyed in
the winter season all of the bullion in
the palmy bonanza dy from the mills
of the company to the assay office and
from thence to the place of shipment.
It hai been in active service as a bul
lion carrier for upwards of twenty
years. The precious metal it has
transported, il coined into money
would carpet with metallic currency a
ten-acre lot, with a residue sufficient
to purchase half a dozen seats in the
United States Senate. Virginia
V The Pbenix Republicnn says. MBen'
Goodrich the well known attorney
arrived by yesterday's train to attend
the present session of the United
States court, Mr. Goodrich is new
established in a lucrative law practic
News of Importance From all
Parts of the World.
And Condensed-Into Pacts
BPKCIAL DISPATCHES TO FR08PECTOB.
In New York to-day silver was
quoted at .?1.08j ; lead stronger, fl.15;
and copper nominal, $15.C0.
The house has passed the apportion
ment bill fixing the representatives at
Mr. Gladstone is suffering from a
cold and has not been present i.i the
church at Hawarden since Satunlav,
The board of trade of Helena, un
animously adopted resolutions favor
ing the free and unlimited coinage of
all American silver.
Sixteen thousand Sioux who have
been restrained and professed loyalty,
have a positive assurance with the
least possible delay that the goern
mentwill perform and fulfil its treaty
No information has been received
at the war department in regard to the
fight in which two officers and fifty
men are said to have been killed. Tho
report is discredited.
Seven companies of the 17th in
fantry stationed at Fort Russel near
Cheyenne, were ordered to leave im
mediately for Pine Ridge South Da
cota. Governor Steele returned the King
fisher capital bill without his approval
After citing his objections ho warned
the legislature that any further at
tempt at capitol legislation would bo
useless as he would not consider, any
thing further of that nature, The
message is no surprise and caused but
little demonstration on the part of the
The Parncll section of thp national
league held a meeting yesterday. The
announcement was made that the re
ceipts amounted to 1,171 including a
subscription of X3t,0 from Mr. Scully,
tne X'arneiliio canumate tor parlia
ment in North Kilkenny. All the
speakers at the meeting denounced
the Gladstone party.
D. Ansel, Mexican consul at Mon
treal, had an interview yesterday with
Sir John MacDonald in which he
made a proposal for closer trade rela
tions between Canada and Mexico,
looking eventually to the establish
ment of reciprocal trade. The prem
ier promised that tho government
would consider the proposition.
General Brooks reports about eight
hundred Indians now camped at P.ne
Ridge agency, and these with other
Indians at Pine Ridge and Rosebud
are all that can be drawn out of the
disaflected camp. The others are de-
fiant and hostile and are determined
to go to war. He estimates the num.
ber of men In the hostile camp in the
Bad Lands at 250. General Rogger's
estimate represents in all 750 In
dians. The amount of silver offered for
Highest of all in Leaveaing Power.
J ML L. 0'S'
sale to the treasury department yes
terday was 057,000 ounce?, and the
amount purchased, 210,000 ounces as
(53,000 ounces at ?1.07.50
50,000 ounces at 1.07.90
50.WO ounces at 1.0S.00
-10.000 ounces at 1.08.10
7,000 ounces at 1.08.15
The dirccVor ot the mint today an
nounced that having purchased the
fulPamount of silver authorized by
the law for the current month no fur
ther purchases will be made tutil
January 2, 1891.
Y ii urn Couuij.
Among the sights amusing to
strangers occasionally may be seen a
buck Indian acting as engineer of a
The steamer Gila was unable to
bring down the ten stamp mill for tbe
Blossom mine much to the disappoint
ment of the mine owners.
After January the salary of the dis
trict attorney of this county will be
?C00 a year which is an increase of
About 521,400 county taxes have
been paid. If not paid before the 27,
personal property will be sold for
taxes thereon, after a five day's no
tice. Surveys and cros section work are
nowln progress on fifty miles of the
Tol tec canal which will bring it over
the lino iu Yuma county about 35
The Maricopa supervisors have de
ci led on a new road to Hnrqua Hals,
which will be uliont ninety miles long.
The construction is said to bo not dif
ficult. Five or six freighting teams will be
on the road soon from Aztec to Harxpta
ITala hauling machinery, lumber and
supplies. Strauss, Dallman it Co have
A postoifice will soon bo establish
ed at Gila City bearing the name of
Monitor as the name Gila City is too
much like Gila Bend at which a post
office already exists. A. S. Potter
will be the postmaster. He is an old
time printer from Moberly Mo., and is
iutercs:edin the Monitor mine.
Upon the recommendation of the
medical director of the department,
Act. Asst. Surgeon A. P. Frick, will
upon return to post of Surgeon Crow
drey, proceed from Fort Iarcy to
Fort Huachuca, A. T., and report to
tho commanding officer for duty.
P Jones, Texas ; J Mixon, Texas.
Frank C. Earl. Turrpiois.
SAX JOSE IIOC8B.
J Henderson, Sonera.
Rev. F. W. Downs will deliver a
discourse in the Methodist church
Sunday morning on "Woman Work
in the World." Services at 11 o'clock.
A Christmas concert will bo given at
night, consisting of songs and chorus
es, carols, quartet, recitations and a
short address on "Our Young Folks."
Services at 7 o'clock. All are invited
Pobdy. In Yuma, Monday, Decem
ber 15, 1880, to the wife of Samuel
Pardy, a son.
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.