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TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. SATURDAY EVENING, DEOEMI3EU 27. 1890
Both Uio method nud results when
Sjrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to tbe taste, and acta
really yet promptly on iha Kidners,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the. sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches cud fevers and cures habitual
constipation permanently. For sale
in 50c and SI bottles by all druggists.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
sam rsAhasco, ctu
Cor. 5th and Fremont Sis.
I0E HOEFLER - PROFF.
MINERS and RANCHER'S
Supplies a Specialty.
AGENT FOB I.VrHOVKD
And thj Celebrated
TENTS. GOS COVSIW,
Fresh Garden Flowers and Field
Seed ConsUntly on Baud.
Fremont, bet. 3rd 1 4th.
FRANK B. AUSTIN
Staple and Fancy
Choice Brands of
Grain of all Kinds
Kol CB.twtly oa nn4 audi
SOlD- AT LOWEST PRICES
, ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES
" CouiintlT os Uasa Jstll
Custom House Broker.
AYS- STRICT ATTENTION TO
all matters connected with the
Mexican custom house. I respon
sible for all fines imposed hy the Mex
itan gnvernment, but not for duties
Ihat the omtom officer neglect to
charge. All business connected with
the Mexican custom house attended
1 7 with neatness and dispatch.
AH p pi rs and rtff t f tin
iale attention at rry reasonable
paIom' a, San Pedro, Soasra, Mei.
O. R. ATT. c b. taebeu.
Undektakixo PasIOks of
Watt &.T arhfill
w Mia w mi
New Hearse, New Goods, Everything
Coflins, Caskets. Robes. Etc.
Trom tbo Pialaul to tbc TUsttl Vad.
The Columbia Iron Caskets kept con
stantly in Stock.
Bodies Temporarily or Permanently
Embalmed by the Latett Procett.
All Work Htntited to oj .ball bate the
Nieht orders left at Hare A Pace's
Uvery office promptly attended to.
Charles Granville Johnston,
ATTORXKY A5D COUX8KIX0B XT UH
Will practice in all the Court of
C G Tohkstoh. F. Sia: Yea an UmooIt No
tary PaMJC in Codutc coaaty wbo ha. ceanphetl with
Ike reqwrviBcat. of Um iHpvtmrm and Ucriort ta
U HL T mk woo Ka jHMuma gain, in coauoy
jdun th LaaJ O&ca. Yoar. very respectfully,
FRED W SMITH. Receiver.
MCALLISTER A McCONE. Prop'r.
)CiadoCUinal Mau&c Machinery, Heavy and
Light Qastinri of Ioa as4 ifm Made to Order
Houtlac ! Mjd Co Order, and Eo
fifte lad teat j Ati Adjuted Agents for
AIVadj Labricattac otli d CoKapocDtU
jr.i. antrainu(cr. -
Custom House Broker,
San Pedro, Palominas, Sonora, Meiicc
No. 119, Fourth St., Legal.Row.
General Merchandise Sto
Liver Su'jle, R.;staa
rant and Lodgings,
FOR 8ALE One 30 horse power
upright steam boiler, as good as new.
One steam pump.
Lot of work hones and mules, all
at reasonable rates.
All Brokerage Effected at Lowest Rates
For lea-Cold Bee? on Dranght
THE ST LOUIS BEER HALL
UtHXUSER. BUSCH E2ZWi.SC ASSO
CIATION, or ST. Louist
Wholesale and Retail.
Apyij t VAUT1N COi,T .UjO
Buy your leaf
larJ, 12J cents per
Jess Wilkinson was killed in the
Aravsips sizes Wednesday evening,
by a portion ot the mine caring in.
No particulars can be obtained.
The telegraph line between this
city and Fort Howie, will be newly
built in the near future, under the di
rection and supervision of Walter H.
School, Signal Corps.
T. J. Riggs was a welcome caller at
this office Tuesday afternoon. He in
forms us that in his vicinity (Bran
nick) feed is in good condition and
cattle fat. A buyer visiting that dis
trict would find a considerable number
of choice bcr alLxrs.
Lew Johnson's minstrels, compris
ing twenty colored artists, played here
Thursday night lo a largo audience.
The performance was vory creditable
and highly appreciated. The band of
the troop is especially good, and a
fine parade iras as afternoon ttrc
Mr. Stadelman, representing a Kan
City smelting company, arrived here
Wednesday night, and on Thursday
went to the North Star mine in the
Aravaipa Canon, recently bonded to
this compsny by James Carr. The
company has let the contract to sink
a 100 foot shaft and do other develop
ment ork to Charlie Cunningham.
A carload of fat hogs received from
Tempe are now being placed on the
market at TriboletV.
Sti !!' Sltle.
Boarding and lodging house. Fifth
street between Allen and Totighnut.
Reopened under the management of
Mas Boyle. 11-20-tf.
Ira.tot SnflVr An) iHinrr.
Knowing that a cough ran be check
ed in Mje day and tbe first sUgr-s of
eunsainptiuu broken in h wrk, we
hereby Rnsraotee Dr Acker's Engluth
Cough ltmeily and mill rcfnnd tbe
monev to all who buy, tuke it a ez
directions, and do not find our s'ato
If you wantine straight whirsky, of
the most celebrated brand?, drop into
the ony Saloon and satisfy yourself
that this is true. The Pony also car
ries the fin eat brands of domestic anil
imported Brandies, Wines, Ales, For
tern, and all kinds of liquors. Ice
Cold Drinks of all kinds a bjcialty.
The Carmen Key West Cigar is the
finest for the money So be had in Ari
zona. St. Louis Anbeuser Busch Lager
Beer on draught at all times. No fav
orites. Come all.
Cor. Allen fc Fifth St., Tombstone.
Liqi'OKH Atlt I'KitCH, NTAI'lt
aa4 Fairy Oroccrlei,
OIA!, It T .ASH HT..OJ
Kit Pouilantly on tJ.nd. SOLD AX LOWEO
(KICKS. Country lrrtface U-irt acd to'd
To The Pubic
I have Re-furnished and Re-opened
BISBEE - HOUSE
uisnnE a. t.
ILL PERSONS VISITING
" Copper Camp can find a
clean and pleasant
PLACE TO STOP.
Miss Minnie Davis has become in
terested with me in thehouta and
Everything Good to Eat
And plenty of it will be the feature of
the new p'acfl. Respectfully,
Dim. Jffi.9. JAS. IfARTi
CAUSE AND EFFECT.
The Latest Iinlldosing
.Act of Our Neigh
Placed in a Queer
The following letter accompanied by
a statement of facts by two wellknown
citizens will give one an idea of tbe
wrongs lo which travellers across the
line are subjected by the Mexican
Mr. John Hohstadt,
I am just out of jail from Arispe,
where I was graced in regards to my
wagon, you will do me the favor to
come here as fast as your horee can
bring you, as I must get your testi
mony, come by where the guards aro
and see Ramon Armente and ask him
to our side and se if he knows that
the wagou had the custom-house mark
put on and seo if his testimony will do
me any good, and if you think it will
be any service to me ask him if he is
willing to give his testimony, if so I
may h.-ue to send for him, but you see
what he says and you can tell me
what he says, by all means you must
come. I start Mulina the bearer to
nlgiit, when he gels there you take
care of him for he may need something
to cat ; say but litt'e to any one about
Yours Jit haste,
J. T. Dillo.v.
Tojiksto.vk. Dkc. 2Cth. 1890.
Editok I'uoii'KCTOB Again has the
United States cause to complain against
Meiico'for mistreatment of one of its
cii:enj, ami coining on top of the
many dishonorable actions that have
caused so much ill-ficling, it is surely
tune that a stop should be made and
Americans traveling between the two
cujntries should receive the protection
they expect hut do not get. Word has
just been leeched here that J. T. Dil
lon, well known in this wcinily, had
been arrested and jailed charged with
infringing the custom laws ot Mexico,
becauso he had not in his possession
the properly authenticated documents
iillhoug that has never before been
deemed a necessary adjunct to any
body traveling in Mexico. There is no
excuse for Mr. Dillons arrest as he
has obeyed nil the laws end has car
ried out all tiie customs practiced by
travelers passing through the Palomi
nas custom honse. On or about Nov
ember 1885, he pftwe through the
custom-house with a wagon, burkboard
and a drove of fine cattle. He paid the
duty on his wagons and they were
branded by the officials in our pre
fence. It has been tbe custom to
brand wagons and horses and not give
any documents, and when documents
have, been given their return was asked
for. The custom laws of Mexico are
very simple, a man cannot bo arrested
unless he has been found maliciously
contrabanding-in Dillon's case, he
had his wagons branded with the au
thorized brand of the Mexican govern
ment and used at all .llicir custom
houses, ami why theyuiould at this
late day interfere with-Cini and throw
him in jail although he Has been using
the same wagons biuce 18J& when they
were branded is a maltefof investiga
tion He was arrested srMiacuachi be
cause he did not hae his papers, nl-
I though his vehicles were propcrl)
branded, and from there taken to Ar
ispe and pi .iced in j til for one day but
was afterwards releaftxl. It is surely
lime that the officials at Palominat
should be taught that an American
citizen cannot L-e imposed upen with
impunity and if these same officials do
not interpret the laws correctly the)
must not expect strangers to earn
them out. We hope that the proper
officers of our government will see
that justice will be done to a worth;
and that hereafter any American will
be allowed to pass through tbe custom
house and be treated courteously and
in a manner befitting his position it
is a notorious fact that heretofore Am
ericans have been discriminated against
and imprisoned for the slightest in
fraction of the Mexican custom laws.
although the matter could be usually
arranged satisfactorily in a short time
and without recourse to the harsh
Interesting ItictSujrar Facts of
Interest to Arizona.
The beet sugar industry is to be
introduced into southern California on
on a gigantic scale. It will be inter
esting to the 'acquaintances of Rich
ard Gird to know something of the
port he is to take in the enterprise.
An agent of the new concern was
interviewed last Tuesday by an Express
reporter and roluntcrcd the following
We contemplate spending 309,000
at present. Our company has two
other large factories both in Nebraska
one at Grand Island, the other un
der construction at Norfolk. We in
tend constructing factories just as our
investigations of beet sugnr satiefy us
we are making paying investments.
We do not propose to run the factory
at its fullcapacity the first year, as our
first year will be largely experimental
We have a contract with Richard
uird the owner of the Cliiuo ranch,
whereby he agrees to plant ."000 acres
in beets, 2500 acres the first vear. If
this season is profitable and wo can
ee our way clear lo good returns we
shall forthwith run the plants to their
Each ton of sugar requires a ton of
limestone and a ton of coal in its
manufacture, and the factory will
employ ZM men and there will be
ftimut 500 men employed in cultivating
tbe fields. The isolated position of
the Chino ranch will require the erec
tion of blacksmith shops, stores and
houees for the accommodation of men
and families. So you see, our en
terprise will give rise lo quite a little
town in southern California.
The construction of our works will
be commenced at once and we expect
to have them completed by August 1st
read) to commence manufacturing
tills year's crop of sugar.
J Patrick, Chicago; James Knox,
SAX JOSE HOUBE.
A Hoover, Nogales.
The Episcopal Sunday school
Christmas tree will be the attraction
this evening at the church.
Highest of all in Leavening; Power.
News of Importance From all
Parts of the World.
And Condensed Into Facts
SPECIAL DISPATCHES TO PKCMTOTOR.
In New i'ork to-dar silver was
quoted at $1.01 , lead, $4.15 ; and cop
per. $ 14.90.;
The saloon men of Log Angeles have
determined to make a fight against
the Sunday closing law.
A receiver has been appointed for
Los Angeles Dessicating Company.
The Chicago Board of Education
has unanimously voted down the pro
position that extracts from the Bible
shall be read daily in the public
The recent statement that three car
loads of trees shipped to Pasadena
from Georgia were infected with the
yellows is dented at Pasadena. No
trees have arrive I there from Georgia
All Indians in Canada are being
disarmed and all Indiana crossing with
ponies are having trouble with the
Canadian custom authorities.
The Minister of Finance has issued
a decree declaring that Spain must fol
low the protection movement of Amer
ica and Eurote, repeal portions of the
existing tariff's and largely increase the
duties on horses, mules, cattle, pre-,
served and salted meats. Hour, rice and
ceieals from January 1.
Sitting Bull's men want lo remain
atChetenneand say they are afraid to
return to Standing Iteck. All hae
surrendered and tbe best of cart it
The following instruments were
filed in the recorder's office since
3 p. m. yesterday :
Of C. S McHenry and J Donahue, of
assessment work on Cincinatti mine
Of T.Vincent of assessment work
on U. S. Suprema claim, Dragoon mts.
Jt Bermundez and wife to Hudson
and Yciser, lot 1 block 24 Wilcos,$Q0
The' supreme court will
sion Jan. 12 in Phenix.
Slroyed or Stolen.
About September 20th one small
light bay mare with Mexican brand
on left hip; white star in forehead.
One bay horse 13 hands high;
brand J on left shoulder and ,2, on
left hip. A reward of 10 for the for
mer and f 5 for the latter. I.eave in
ormation at this office. 12 23
H-diJay goods at Yonge's Drug
Store. Best assortment in town.
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, x8Sg,