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TOMBSTONE. A.UIZON1. MONDAY EVENING, .IAKUaVUY 12. 1891
Both the method and results when
8jrup of Figs ia taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to tie taste, and acts
:ntly yet promptly on the Kidneys,
iver and Bowels, cleanses tha sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation permanently. For sale
in 50o and $1 bottles by all druggists.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAX rBAHCISCO. CAL.
louisyiuc. xr. aoy roBK. Ji.r.
Cor. Sth'and Fremont Stst
OE HOEFLER - PROFF.
MINERS' and RANCHERS
Supplies a Specialty-
ACJENT FOR IMPROVED
And the Celebrated
W I Wl WW MMII.U)
Fresh Garden Flowers and Field
Seed Constantly on Band.
Fremont, bet. 3rd & 4th.
FRANKB. AUSTIN Fropiictoi
itaple and Fancy
- Choice Brands of
Grain of all Kinds
Kept Conatartly on Hand and
SOLD AT LOWEST" 'PRICES
Constantly os Band ' Islll
Custom House Broker.
DAYS STRICT ATTENTION TO
I all matters connected with the
Mexican custom house. Is respon
sible forfall fines imposed by the Mex
ican government, but not for duties
that the custom officers neglect to
charge. All business connected with
. the Mexican custom house attended
to with neatnus and dispatch.
r All paper t ant. documents giten immed
iate attention at very reasonable
viwltlh Saa Pedro, Soaara, Kelt
o. r. w.att. o. b.tarbkll.
Undertaking Parlous of
New Hearse, New Goods, Everything
Oofllns, Casketsi Robes. Etc.
From the Plalnist to Ui Flactt Made.
The Columbia Iron Caskets kept con
stantly in Stock.
""Bodies Temporarily or Permanently
Embalmed by the Late it Process.
All Work catnu ted to n shall fcavsIUie
"Nieht orders left atHaret Page's
livery office promptly attended to.
MCALLI8TER i McCOSE. Prop'rr.
Kinds ct MiH aad Miains Maciuaerj, Hu?7 aas
Liffct Caclinjri of Xroa mad Bra Made to Order
Hobuoc Engines Usd to Order, and Eo-
rtaes Indicated and Adjuited Agents for
Alsaar Lubricating otU and Compound.
Jan. 1. rrtcMI Infer, -Apr
Custom House Broker,
San Fedn?, Palominas, Sonora, Meiicc.
Fourth St., Legal Row.
Liver S'.tMe, rlig'.n
rant and Loiltriass.
FOR SALE One 30-horse power
upright steam boiler, as good as new
One steam pump.
Lot of work horses and mules, all
at reasonable rates.
All Brokerage Effected at Lowest Rates
For Ice-Cold Beer
THE ST LOUiS BEER HLL
AXIIXUSER BUSCH BEEWIvn ASSO
CIATION. OF ST. VOVlS
Wholesale, and Retail.
A?ljt VARTIH IKi- rZl.'.'C
Buy your leaf
larJ, 12 cents per
TO HE GIVES' AT
lMn Open at ttM.
Urand March 30
;.Mak Brmtrnl at II 1.13
After Wbieh Everybody Can Dance.
persons Allowed on the
Without a Mask.
Prizes trill be Distributed Immediately
fr-Cy AIM1IUV Hnrrtalan. 5 crnl.
LETA? earhirhlldren.Iialrprlre. Hanker.
831 eacli children SO cent, earn.
Frizes will be exhibit d in a few days
at Mm. KafTertj'g on Cth street.
Now open at
MINING EXCHANGE HALL
TUESDAY AN1 THURSDAY.
"WliDXliSDAY & SATUItD VY
WednetdaT From 4 to 6
x.m,dy Fro t 4.5?,
Private Istmn at Ittasonable Hilts.
Regular Piicet for Gentlemen 7 cents per
Lesson, ladies Flee 03 Class Xixbts.
Soiree Every Saturday Night
WALSH fc HAWKE.
AiMUcn't to cfrr a prln It .T Wl
Gsut: for lit tot BEST HADE EctryCajikUtt
OSE tm QME HALF PGUMDS.
Tombstone, A. T.
J. V. VICKERS-
SEAL ESTATE EoaRhi. Sold and Rented.
MINES Bought. Sold, and Maaiged.
MOSEY Loans Negotiated, and Inrestwent
INSURANCE Fire. Accident and Life. Be
Comianies. Lot Rates.
fioxrr ATTt-VTios Giten To Collections
If gray, gradually rritores color;
rlegant tonic dressing, 60c, .$1, Drug
gists, or 1 size prepaid by express for
$1. E 3. Wrlls. Jersev City. ROUGH
ONTOOTHACIIE. Instant rtlief. 13c
We hava the Exclusive Control of
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BiT.isniajOTi 11 1 m
The Tucson "resolved" club met last
Saturday. They sent out three tele
grams; one to General Miles, one to
Mark Smith and one to tho secretary
of war. The former were for assistance
to repeal the order for the abandon
ment of Ft. Lowell. The latter is too
good not to publish and we give it
TO THE SECRETARY" OF WAR.
If Fort Lowell is abandoned at this
time, when the Indian craze is gener
al, the Apaches will be Op ine wai
.path within 90 dnys and Southern
Arizona wll bo placed at their mercy.
We earnestly ask a suspension of this
order until wo can forward conclusive
facts for your consideration.
The government plan for the preser
vation of the Casa Grande ruins ic to
build a hib nncK a! ai'jJ them,
for wh'di it has appropriated about
half juough money. A better plan
sjys Che Florence EaterprUe is sug
gestel by Judge J. D Walker, who
would hae the walls repaired and re
stored to their original coidition and
roofed in the manner tradition sneaks
of it. Then be would ha-'e the entire
reservation fenced and pLtutod to the
characteristic products of Arizona for
a park, while a museum ol prehistoric
relics would occupy the auci-nt castle.
Judge Walter thinks a sufficient sura
could bo provided by local residents to
do this work, assisted by the voluntary
labor of tho Pima Indians, who would
gladly perform the necessary labor un
der his direction. He wetild also
make it tho nucleus of an 'Indian
training school and by this combi
nation of purposes create in it an ob
ject of interest and curiosity that
nould attract visitors from all quarters
of the earth, and at the eanie time "re
lieve the government of further ex
pense in its care and protection.
TIIK KKMlll OKJIKHIT.
When any thing stands a teat of fifty
years among a discriminating people
lito the Americans, it is pretty good
ewJence that there is merit some
where. The value of a medicine is best
proved by ita continued use from year
to iear by the same persons and fam
ilies, as well as by a steady increasing
ale. Few, if any, have met with tuch
continued success and popularity as
has marked the introduction and pro
grass of Bratidreth's pilU, which, after
a trial of over fifty years, a.e con
ceded to be the safe.t and most effect
ual purgalie introduced to the pub
lic. Thai this is the result of merit, and
that Brandreth's pills actually perform
all that is claimed for them, in conclu
siely proved by the fact that those
who regard them with the greatest fa
tor are these who have ucd them the
IJrandreth's pills are sold in every
drug and medicine etore, either plain
G. W. McLane has just returned to
the Hiiachticas from Yuma where he
has been delivering nurserv stock for
J. F. F. Guenther of Rochester, New
vi'ork. He reports business cood and
payments for orders prompt. J
.Merit M Ino.
We desire to ay to our citizens,
that for years we have been selling Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, Dr. King's. New Life Pills, Buck
len's Arnica Salve and Electric Bit
ters, and have never handled remedies
that fell as well, or that have" given
such universal satisfaction. We do
not hesitate to guarrantce them every
time, and we stand ready to refund the
purchase price, if satisfactory results
.Ia n f1l I. ...
.iu m.v miiu mar hip, inese reme
dies have won their great popularity
purely on their merits. J. Ybunge,
B. Fawcett writes for information
Of his son Thomas Fawcett who has
been missing s'nee Sep ember 24, 18S3
at which lime he wrote from George
town New Mexico. He sometime went
by the name Thomas Collister. He is
about thirty year of age, tall, with
light eyes and light brown hair. Any
information will be tliani ly ired
by his father whose 'addres is 1353'
George Street, Chicago, Illinoiif
News oi Importance From all
Parts'of the World.
And Condensed Into Facts
8FKCIAL DISPATCHES TO FEOSFEOrOa ,
In New York to-day silver was
quoted at $ 1.05 , lead, J4.35 ; and cop
Washington. General Schofield re
ceived a telegram from General Miles
this morning, saying that Indians are
still coming in.
St. Louis. A special to tho Post
Dispatch from its staff correspondent
at Ruslnille, Neb., says; "Buffalo Bill
is reported te have made the state
ment to day that ''the ball will open
Chicago. A special from Pine Ridge
Agency, South Dakala, says : "Colo
nel Forsythe will bo cleared, upon that
point there is but littlo doubt. The
investigation committee has com
pleted its nork and while its mem
bers have made no report, it is thor
oughly understood that the Colonel
will be exhonoraled.
New Orleans. Seven hundred tick
ets at 10 each have been sold for the
Dempsy-Fitzsimmons prize fight. Ap
plications by telegraph for seats arc
continually coming in. Arrangements
for the accommodation of the specta
tors have been completed and the ar
ena and ring are the most complete
ever seen in this country. Dcmpsey
will arrive here from Galveston on
Monday and Fitzs.mmons from Bay
St. Louis Tuesday.
Ciievenne, Wy., The first state
legislature completed its labors and ad
journed to-night. One of the last acts
passed was a bill appropriating ?30,
000 for the World's Fair. This is a
very liberal appropriation considering
the population. An attempt will be
made to raise as much more by pri
vate subscription. This legislature
will go down in history as having been
without a lawyer, a newspaper man,
or a preacher among its membership.
It has, however, done good work.
lilVERSinif fiat. -Eiorv lnvililv in
I the county except San Bernardino has
irequesieu to oe incorporated in ine
county of River. Redlauds will hold
a mass meeting Saturday evening to
get an expression of her people upon
t'the subject. A bill is already prepared
and will be forwarded to Sacramento
Monday in the hands of a committee
of three, who will remain at ttie capi
tal looking after its interests. The
Democrats of San Bernardino city fa
vor the'new county and will urge the
passago of the bill.
Pine eiwie Every one feels if he
was deeply interested on the eve ol a
battle and the consequence is that sel
lers have sacrificed the work of years
to take their families to places of
The Elkhorn and Missouri Valley
railroad train which went out last
night had one coach in which their
'Highest of all in Leavening Power.
were thirty mothers with babies in
their arms besides other children, who
hope to reach a place of safety. Their
hope is that the two armies may not
le forced to meet, and in caso they do
that the soldiers be victorious. The
Indians were masters of the situation
when they left.
Pise wdge: When young Red
Cloud came into the agency yesterday
he brought with him one of Lieuten
ant Casey's revolvers. The other had
been stolen. Lieutenant Casey's
watch aud a portion of his uniform
were also taken by tho murderers.
The body hat been scut to Rhode
Island for burial.
Chicago: A Times Special says
the position of tha troops up to this
morning was the same as already
stated in these dispatches, but the
situation is changing rapidly; every
line is drawing in, the militia are mov
ing north some going farther north than
the agency. The regulars on this side
who were six to eight miles from the
hostile, are moving to within half the
distance. The men are all getting in
fighting trim. Members of company
C, Nebraska mililii, were in this morn
ing. The company is nine miles from
Rosebud agency, and they report that
last night they saw a fire, arrows and
signal lights, which were communi
cations between the Pine Ridge and
Rosebud hostile?. Preparations are
making for a battle, and every one here
expects the bloodiest battle that has
ever been fought in this country.
Have you a Pittsburgh,
Rochester, Duplex, or a Stu
Do they work satisfactorily?
Do your Lamp Chimneys
break? You get the wrong sort!
The right ones are the
" Pearl Glass," made by
Geo. A. Macbeth & Co., Pitts
burgh, makers of the cele
brated " Pearl-top " lamp chim
ney, which have given univer
sal satisfaction. ...
'I'lic l'irl Nymifttoiii orZtntli.
Tired feeling, dull headache, paii 8
in various parts of the body, sinking
at the pit of the stomach, loss of appe
tite, feverishness, pimples or sores, arc
all positive evidence of poisoned
blood No matter how it becim pois
oned it must be purified to avoid
death. Dr. Acker's English Blood El
ixir has never failed to remove scro
fulous or syphilitic poison. Sold un
der a positive guarrantre.
1 he story that Lang had ' trouble
with his drive of cattle from here to
Los Angeles is wrong. From Ed.
Iloberts the Prospector gleans the
information that when he reached Gila
1 Bend, overtures were made to him by
the S. P. Co., and Lang naming a rate
which they accepted, he loaded his
cattle there and took them through
without lo's. Wright the Los Angeles
buyer informed Mr. Roberts of thee
facts which Lang had furnished him.
It is perhaps not universally known
that Lieutenant Brainerd who has been
for some time past situated at Hua
chuca, was the sergeant Brainerd who
was one of the survivors of the Greely
expedition and in company with Lieut
Lockwood reached, so far as known,
the highest point of north latitude
83 degrees 24 minutes. A recent
military order transfers him to Stan
ton. The Pretcott Courier sys the reason
the press of Arizona spell 1'liPnix with
an e istcad of an o is because tho
founders of the place many years ago
agreed to drop the o.
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, i88g.
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