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TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. SATURDAY EYENING, DECEMBER 20, 1890
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Both tho method and results -when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refresbiug to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on tho Kidney,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation permanently. For sale
in 50c and SI bottles by all druggists.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
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Cor. oth and Fremont Sts,
JOE HOEFLER - PROFK
MINERS' and RANCHERS
Supplies a Specialty.
aocst ros improved
And the Celebrated
TESTS GON COVEBS,
Fresh Garden, Flowers and Field
Seed Constantly on Hand.
Fremont, bet. 3rd & 4th.
FRANK B. AUSTIN
Staple and Fancy
Choice Brands of
Grain of all Kinds
KestCoiutvilroa dux! and'
SOLD AT LOWEST PRICES
J9L. TBZvmJUM- SOixsatf
Oosauatlr on lUnd U1
N A. GARCIA
Custom House Broker.
DAYS STRICT ATTENTION TO
1 all matters connected with the
Mexican custom honse. Is respon
rible for all fines impose! by the Mex
ican government, hut not for duties
tt'at the custom officers neglect to
charge. All business connected with
the Mexican custom house attended
to with neatness and dispatch.
A't i f'i rs and documents gitcn im
iale attention at very reasonable
pAlomiias, San Pedro, Sorma, Mel. j
Holiday goods at Yonge's Drug
Etore. Beet assortment in town.
Foe Ket. The Miners' Esststir-
ant, in Bisbee, A. T. tt
Don't fail to call and inspect Frank
Yaple's Christmas goods whether you
wish to buy or not.
Dressing cases, work boxes, music
rolls, fancy thermometers, manicure
set etc, at Yonge's drug store.
If yon want a Christmns present for
your beet girl go to Yonge's drug
store where you will find a beautiful
assortment from which to make jour
4 .ni nil Knillr.
For an elegant toilet case at Frank
Yaple's, Dc. 23d no on exhibition at
his Central News Depot. Tickets one
Boarding aud lodging house. Fifth
street between Allen and ToughnuL
Reopened under the management of
Mrs Botle. 11-20-tf.
Keltceitr Kidney Tiooblt
S. J. Cronin, Rossiui Ilonse. Toron
to, Canada, writes:
"1 hare been troubled with a back
ache for some time past and grert diffi
culty in passing urine. Three -weeks
ago I applied an Allcocx's Pobocb
Plasteii and have done so every fi
days since. Almost immediately I had
partial relief, and now I am entirely
free from paij water parsing freely
and perfectly clear, without burning.
I owe my great relief to Aixcock'b Pon-
ovit 1'lastitis aad heartily recommend
them in any e.se of kidney trouble."
Io Sot Huffer Any Lnx:er.
Knowing that a cough ran be check
ed in one day und the first stages of
consumption broken in a week, we
hereby guarantee l)r Acker s tngusti
Congh Remedy and will refund the
money to all who buy. take it a per
directions, and do not find onr state
If you want fine straight whisky, of
tho 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 and
imported Brandies, Wines, Ales, For
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. Com all.
The finest trees ever offered for sale.
Most all bearing trees, three years old,
all kinds. Also Umbrella, Chiuee
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 gie
you your choice. AleO 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 sgainst
by notified that to have your bill
promptly paid for the present month
it will be necessary to have them filed
by the 23 th inst.
tf Clerk Board oi Supervisors.
Grand Necktie Sale at
B0XANZA CASH STORE.
One Hundred Doz?n of Neck
ties all Silk front and Satin
backed with patent fasteners
Regular price fr m 50 cts to
81.00. Will be
SOLD FOR 25 CEXTS EACH
Four ties nlv will be sold
to anv one purdusc:: Sale to
commeace at once. Call Early
and'ffet Yonr Choice. 10 2 w
WHAT SHE FEARED. K
Bat th Utile Married Man Made Erery
t Th!ot All ltltht.
The car waa filled, with excursionists
returning from the exposition, says the
Pittsburgh Dispatch. Every seat con-'
tained a pair of Buckeye lovers. Tho
last boar died In Ofclo somo time ago,
bat the art ot hugging has survived. It
was the midnight express, and the atr
was right chilly, but not a soul noticed
that except a poor, little married man
who sat alone in tho half seat by tho
unllghted stove. He looked down tho
car and noticed that apparently all tho
young men were one-armed; at least but
ono arm ot each male was visiblo. Tho
light in tho car was very low, however,
and that may account for tho phenom
enon. Lovers like twilight; if Adam and Eto
lid not sing "In the Gloaming-" it was
because they knew a fresher song. And
it was twilight in that car, for all three
double lamps were turned down very
low, and before tho train was out
of the Alleghany yards tho flame in
one of them had sputtered, flared a
moment, and expired. Of course every
girl in tho car was alarmed when tho
gloom deepened. Every girl got a
little closer to her protector, and a tew
minutes later, when tho second lamp
began to show signs ot collapse tho
flame leaping up frantically as if afraid
to die about a dozen pianissimo
screams came from as many feminine
Tho conductor opened the door a few
minutes later and tho draught finished
lamp number two. This lett ono lamp
alight at the rear end ot tho car. How
anxiously it was observed) Would it
go out? It looked consumptive, but
there was no draught to expedite its de
cease. At last tho train whistled for
its first stop and the little married man
camo oat of his corner by tho stovo to
alight. Ho had been a bachelor once,
and ho remembered it at he laid his
hand on tho door-knob. The train had
not stopped, but bo opened the door.
and immediately a gust of wind mur
dered the last lamp. As ho stood in
the doorway inhaling cinders and river
fog be bad the satisfaction of hearing a
sweet, low voice murmur behind him:
"Oh, George, I was so afraidl"
"Of what, my darling?"
"That that lamp would never go
FUNERALS FOR DOGS.
Tecnllar I1mu of 3tIld-Mannercl ii
u CharltabU La fly.
A mild-mannered old lady who has
nothing else in life to do except clip
coupons is seeking for a philanthropist
who will help organlzo tho "National
This lover of the canine race is Mrs.
Isabella Dean Brack, who Is temporarily
staying with friends in Brooklyn, says
the New York World. She has been ex
ploiting her pet bobby for years In her
native city of Philadelphia, and meeting
but discouragement thcro has deter
mined to enlist sympathy in the me
tropolis. "Whyshouldn't wo bory our pets de
cently and mark their graves?" she
asked a World reporter. "I havo never
had any children, and all the affection
in my nature goes out to tho lower ani
mals, dogs especially. Dow 1 love the
dear llttlo things! Why, my little An
drew is cuter than any baby that ever
lived. Ho Is a pug and he knows every
word I say. You can sco tho tears gather
In his big brown eyes when he is scolded.
Now, haven't I the right to put a tomb
stone over that little darling when ho
dies? Of course I have, and thcro are
thousands who believo lust as I do.
"I want to know a hundred ladies who
are willing to assist me In forming a
company for the purpose of having a
plot of our own for our dead doggies.
We could crystallize no, not crystallize
capitalize it, couldn't we? I don't
know exactly how that is done, but I
suppose it means to ralso capital.
Oughtn't tbeclty contribute something?"
Mrs. Brack says she will visit some
leading bankers very soon If she does
not receive any voluntary aid.
,Tb Most Dpleb!e of Mn.
Among the many men whom I long to
see got their deserts is the man who
thinks it beneath his dignity to do a
kindly service. He is insulted if a
neighbor asks him to do a favor for him
In town, and aays that ho "would really
like to see himself make a pony express
ot himself to carry bundles in and out
to oblige any man or woman! OhI how
I shall beat the cymbal and smito the
drum when that man comes into the in
heritance of his Just award! It costs so
little In this world to be gracious that
even putting tho matter on tho low
plane of policy, than which there is no
plaae for action much lower, it is bettor
worth one's whilo to bo a&able and kind
than otherwise. Anybody would travel
a good piece out of one's way to have
dealings with a pollto and friendly per
son, and, on the contrary, almost any
body would travel a long way around to
avoid meeting or doing business with a
churl. Chicago Herald.
A. foot Soa.
Sounding in the Black sea shows thav
beyond a depth ot alx hundred feet the
water is so impregnated with sulphur
etted hydrogen gas, emanating from de
caying animals and Vegetable matter,
that UYlSf otgkBU'fi ? not found
iv m. cox VAititi.i.r;s.
A carload of registered thorough
bred Hereford bulls from Nebraska,
were turned loose on the Summit
ranch range this week.
The canteen at Fort Grant was bro
ken into last Monday night by parties
supposed to be soldiers of the garris on
and carried away a small safe contain
ing about $190, the amount ot gales of
the day previous.
N. Hunsakcr went to San Diego on
Thursday night to attend the funeral
of his son. Mrs. IXunsaker, Miss Edith
and Jimmy aie at present stopping
with Mr. and Mrs. Bright. The fam
ily have the earnest condolence of the
wcinity in their irreparable loss.
Four carloads of beef cattle are
being held by W. R. Patterson for
shipment to Los Angeles, but no cars
can bo had. They tiere purchased
from the Eureka Springs Stock Com
pany, Messrs. Hooker, McKittrick and
Yandewalker. One steer (an O T)
weighs 1710 pounds.
The assignment of Wm.
Chas. Gr.intille Johnston
nounced this morning. The assignee
filed a bond in the sum of $1,500
with G. G. Berry and Geo. II. FitU as
sureties, which was approved by the
The cause of the failure is duo to
impossibility to make collections. The
estimate of the standing of the busi
ness shows assets in merchandise,
f-2,500; book accounts, $2,500 and lia
bilities, $3,950. Mr. Kieke preferred
to make an assignment and treat all
creditors alike tlian to await the inev
itable crash which would terminate in
an unequal division Mr. Kieke is a
man of great energy, no bad habits,
and the public hope to see him wea
ther the storm and recover from tho
fatal effects of hard times.
Joel Seymour vs. Neptune Minin
The defendant hating made a mo
tion that the order confirming fees bo
set aside on account of being exorbi
tant, the court denied tho motion.
The question being argued as to
whether the Neptune cdmpaoy had
tho right to redeem tile properties sold
under a trust deed the court decided
that they had that right.
Thedo vs. Thede Divorce. W. F.
Nichol appointed tf) take testimony
arid defendant ordered to pay plain
tiff's attorney's fees in the sum of $50
and $50 for costs, of attending wit
nesses. Williams vs. Williams, decree of di
Moran vs Moran, same order.
County vs. Ritter et al. The de
murrer of defendant was overruled,
which means that the case will go to
trial on its merits at the next term of
Slrawbeirics are only 40 cents a box
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In compliance with Titlo III cnti
t'ed "Assignments for benefit of cred
itors" Revised Statutes of Arizona,
notice is hereby riven that Wm. Kieks
lattdv dninr business in the City of
Tombstone Arizona on the nineteenth
day of Decmber, A. D. 1890 made an
assiirninent of all his property both
real and personal to Charles Granville
Johnston for the benefit of tho cred
itors and the said creditors who con
sent to such assignment, are hereby
notified to make known their consent
in writing within four months of the
date hereof, and to file a distinct state
ment of the particular nature and the
amount of his or their claim against
tho said Wm. Kieke, duly verified
within six months of the date hereof,
with the said Charles Grantille John
aton at his office in the city of Tomb
Dated this 20th day of December,
CKAKLxa Gkaxviixk Johvstos,
News of Importance From all
Parts of tiie World.
Ana Condensed Into Pacts
SPECIAL DISPATCHES TO PBOSPXCTO?.
In New York to-day silver was
quoted at $1.07j; lead stronger, $1.15;
and copper nominal, 515.C0.
The Grand Hotel at Margueret
caught tire last night and despite the
efforts to extinguish tho flames, the
hotel was burned.
Captain Norton's life boat in which
he left America some manths ago ou
a trip across the Atlantic, has been
signalled off Gibralter. The captain
is reported as saying "all well." His
arrival at Tonkin is daily expected.
Governor Toole has refused to re
spite the four Indian murderers, sen
tenced to be hanged at Missoula Fri
day. A petition was presented which
was signed largely by women. The
governor says nothing is set forth by
the petitioners to justify executive in
terference. The World says Chaunccy M. Depew
said yesterday that tho detailed scheme
of the alliance between the Vnnder
biits and the Pennsylvania railroad lias
not been formally approved by the
New York Central directors but would
b approved some time this month.
Emperor William attended a per
formance of the Tannhauser at. the
opera Friday night. During the opera
his majesty was handed a note which
announced tho accouchement of the
empress. The emperor glanced hasti
ly over the note and then arose and
hurriedly took his departure for the
palace. The reason for his abrupt de
parture was communicated to the man:
ager of the opera houoeand he atone
went upon the stage and announced'
to the audienco that the empress had
given birth to a son. The announcc-
ment was received with the greatest
enthusiasm, the audience raising to I
their feet, hurrahing and shouting
"Long live the emperor and empress,"
the band played the national anthem,
the audience singing the rords of the
Adjutant General Corbin has re.
ceived tho following' dispatch from
General Miles from Rapid City . "My
information was reliable of Sittin
Bull's emissaries going to other tribi
and inciting them to hostility, life
order for his arrest was not given t
soon as he was about leaving the res
ervation with 100 fighting men. The
effect has been disheartening to many
of the others. I have directed the
troops to ride down and destroy or
capture the few that havo escaped,
after bis death, from Standing Rock
General Brooke has more than 1,000
lodges or 5,000 Indians under hi con
trol at Pino Ridge, but there are still
250 lodges or over 1,000 fighting In
dians in the bad lands that arc very
Highest of all m Leaycaing Power.
defiant and hostile, yet. Signed
Nelsox A. Miles.
The following telegram has been re
ceived here: Hermosa, Dec 17
Colonel Day's squad of militia had an
engagement with. Indians Tuesday
night at Pinney's ranch. No one was
hurt unless it a as the Indians. Col.
Day and his men arc all safe. A cour
ier just in from the scene of the fight
says therr is no cause for worry in
this section. Many rumors are in
circulation, all of which will prove
false on investigation.
The following instruments
filed in the recorder's office
3 p. m. yesterday:
Of Wm Kieke to Charles Granville
Johnston, for benefit of creditors,
liabilities, $3,900: assets, estimated
Of Charles Granville Johnston with
G G Berry and George Fitts as sureties
in sum of $1500 as assignee of Wm.
Of Como milling claim,Warren district
Of J. M. McKay, assessment work
on Omega mine for 1S90.
John S.iil!e to Shrouf it McCrum,
tho Gold Note, Leiningtou, Buckeye
mining claims and lot 13 block 99 Dos
Cibczns tn secure note of $250.
A.Wilson, Los Angeles;
Mies Hulda Slrecbenbach, San Fran
Theo Hampe, San Francisco.
Las Yegas editor got mad because)
an Albuqucriue editor spoke about
the fine natural ice shipped from La
Yegas. It seems the editor from the
latter town is trying to boom the town i
as a mild winter resort. Now Albuquer-i
Vine will manufacture its own ice.
The Reverend Nugentand wife have
arrived from California and taken
rooms at Mrs. Eccleston's. The rever
end gentleman will preach at the
Presbyterian church to-morrow morn
ing at 11 o'clock. There will be no
I TKa Towifla nml AflrnirnT T?Ttlawr
slightly mixed when it reports from
Tombstone that ''the Bonanza com
pany's mine shows six feet of decom
posed quartz, rich in gold.Out of
40-foot shaft $7,000 has been taken bv
lie owners of the Golden Eagle.
The Albuquerque Democrat of the
16th says: 'Forty rifles, accoutrements
and 1,000 rounds of ammunition ar
rived in the city last night from Santa
Fe consigned to Co. G 1st regiment
N. M. '. G., otherwise knorn as the
Albuquerque Gjards. The rifles aud
accoutrements arc of tho latest stan
dard make of Springfield rifles and
McKeever cartridge boxes and were
sent to the territory direct from the
Rock Island arsenal."
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, x8So