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TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. T LIU KS DAY EVENING. .IANUaKV 15, 1891
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Both iho method and results -when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly oa the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the Bys
Uia effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and ctsreB lmWtu.il
constipation permanently. For sale
ia 50c and $1 bottles by all druggbu,
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAt ftAHCIKO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE XT. W 16HX, K.T.
Cor. 5th and Frermnt St.
JOE HOEFLER - PROFK.
MINERS' and RANCHER?
Supplies a Specialty.
And the Celebrated
TENTS OOS COVERS.
Fresh Garden Flowers and Field
Seed Constantly on Band.
Fremont, bet. 3rd S 4th.
FBANK B. AUSTIN Proprictoj
Staple and Fancy
Choice Brandt of
Gram of all Kinds .
Kot CaiiuUr on Band and
SOLO AT LOWEST PRICES
JlAN A. GARCIA
Custom Bouse Broker.
PAYS STRICT ATTENTION TO
I mil matter connected with tle
Mexican cutom bouse. I repon--
irible for all fines imposed by 11 Hex
jean government, but ynot fr dutie
that the custom officers nejleot to
charge. AH liiininess contieoleJ with
the Mexican custom houe attends
towithtnentnees and dispatch.
AS papert and document giten immed-
p:ciara J, San Pedrsasra, Jfr7,
O. R. W ATT. 0. B. TAJWKU .
Undertaking Parlour or
New Hearse, New Good, Everything
Coffins, Caskets. Robes. Etc..
' From the tialaet to tie Fliwtt Made,
The Columbia Iron Caskets kept con
stantly in Stock.
yBodiet Temporarily or Permanently
Embalmed by tte Late it Prooesi.
AM Work entnutcd te u shall hare 'the
BSir"Nisht orders left at Hare & Page
livery office promptly attended to.
FOUIT D EY
McALllbrift A McCONE. Prop'n.
Uffet Cstiaz of Iraa and Fraw Mad to Order
STbtiiij: Zantacs Md la Onitr, and Xo-
cIdca loJicaXcd mad Allotted AfcnU fcr
Ulnar Lubricating oil oi Conpouads
an. I. .TilUKier, - - .tiaiwffCf
Custom House Broker.
San Pedro, Palominos, SoEora, Meiicc.
No. 119, Fourth St., Legal Row.
General Ter:lianilise St3ic
Liver 3:tVt-, 1'3 n-
rant and Lodgings.
JFOIi SALE One 30 horse power
upright steam boiter, as good as new.
One steam pump.
Lot of work horses and mules, oil
at reasonable rates.
Ill Brokerage Effected at Lowest Rates
For Ics-Cold Beer on Drtnght
THE ST LGUIS BEER HALL
ASSEUSKR CUSCH BREWING ASSO-
cutjos. op ;r. lodis
Wholesale and Retail.
Appiyto sfAtrris co c -o
Boy yoor leaf lard 12J rents per
potird at , TBtBOLKT.
-i .-.. u-i rir sv.
jjjQu cMj!jjjVjJ!. fLj'
TO UK CilTKX AT
len Opu at Ii3.
(.ra&a larr:X 34.
'MakVs Craiotrd at 11:23
After.Whioh Ecerjboay Can Dance
persons AUowsil rn the
Without a 7dk.
Prises will be DUlribuled JmtnediaMy
Following Unmasking. .
earht chU'lrru. bairirlre.
81 each; rhlldrra reut. each.
Prizes vjll be exhibit il in a fev day
at Hra. ruffertj's ou oth street.
Now open at
MINING EXCHANGE HALL
MONDAY ANi VJ:iNK3IAY
WKDX1JDAY Jt SATUUUAY
WedneJiij Frita 4 to &
M ordaj Ffem a la 40.
Prirate Ifston at Jtn-uonable luitss.
Regutir Prir- far Geatfesea 7I casts per
Lesson. Liiliex Free 03 OiM Ni"!iLj.
Soiree Every Saturday Night
WALSH & HAWKE.
t7e havo iho Exchzrs Control ct
And don't Jmvt to cfer a prfzt to ttU ttll
Coois, for IU Ut BcST UADZ. m?CaxlsMt
ORE AND OKE HALF POSHSS.
JP. 3V. WOLCOTT.
Tombstone, A. T.
J. V. VICKERS-
HAL ESTATE BouRbt. Sold aod Rented.
MIN:"1 Boajht,SoW, ad Maas!.
MONEY Lotus Negotiated, and Inrestaxnt
INSURANCE Fire. Accident and Life. Be
Composics. Lowest Rates.
Rourr ATTiKTtos Given to Collections
If gray, tr-adnhV restore color;
elegant tonic dre-toiog, 50c, $1, Druc
fcists, or $1 size prepaid by express for
$1. E 8. Wells. Jersey City. HOUGH
ONTOOTIIACHE. IniUnt relief. I5o
- " 1 17wa I a JYifa a wng at U
'l'lio .ttvlo.in Avmjr.
The army of Iho republic of Mexico
s been ridiculed ta a mob
Ireesed half starved trampt
been forced into their places
again! their will ThoTwoUepublics
published at the city o( Mexico reeuU
this insult in the following manner:
"There is a general idea th.it the
whole Mexican army is composed of
men forced into the sen ice, and this
statement hav.ng lately been mvle by
a Psris newspaper, the Oiario Olicial
formally denies the assertion, and pub.
lishes a statement showing thatduring
the first six months of 1S00, 4,709
men voluntarily enlisted and 2G5 vol
untarily re-eulUttfd after they had
served the five years for which they
had first enlisted. In fact the differ
ence presented by the Mexican army
to-day as compared with that of twen
ty year?, is at onco observable. The
soldier is always seeu clean, well uni
formed, orderly-, and with a true sol.
dierly bearing. While a better class
of men are now obtained than former
ly, the pay of the soldier is sure and
punctual, and the discipline is asitrict
as iu Any senice in the world.'
F. It. Geo of San Simon valley, in
said county, being duly sworn, deposes
andsiyj that he on the 1st day ol
September, 1800, at his ranch in said
county, took up asttray the following
described nuimnl, liz'
One bay mare and colt, with blaie
face alout nine e.irs old and branded
thu, A Bon left shoulder and thir, h '
and OLL on left thigh, colt uubrand
ed. That the marksand brands there
of liave not been erased or disfigured
siuce the same was taken Up- That
notirc has Ireen giten as the law re
quired and that no owner has been
found. F. IJ, Gbe.
Subscribed and sworn to hufore me
this the 10th day of January, 1S9I.
II. Aujif.d, J, p.
Known by all these present, that
we, F. IJ. Gee as principal, James
Bayers and Scott White, of Cochise
county, Territory ol Alizona, as sure
tie, are firmely bound unto 'It. A.
Allred Justice of the Teace, CochUe
county, Territory of Arizona, in the
sum of seventy dollars, ($70) lo be
paid to the eaid II. A. Allred' or his
successors iu ollice. To which pay
ment lo be made we biud ourselves
and our heirs or Jei! rep-ejjatativo
hy this instruments.
Bated ibis, the 10th day of .'uiuihi,i
A. I). 1S91. '
The condition of this bond is such
that if I, F. It. Gee, my heiw, ad
ministrators, or executors shU com
ply with tho Liw of the Territory of
Arizona governing estrays, then the
above obligation to lie of no effect;
otherwise to be iu full force.
IF. B. Geh.;
Signed, sealed and delivered in the
presence of Jambs Ubuvxht.
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA.
COUNTY OF GOOHLSE.
AVe the undersigned honxeholders
of Bowie Station. Arizona Territory,
in said county, required to appraise
the certain cstray animal herein
alter described, do hereby certify "that
'we did on the 10th day of January,
1S0I, examine and appraise said ani
mals at the sum of and amount fol
One bay mare and colt with blaze
face, about nine years old and hrandid
Ibn, AB on left shoulder and thich
and ALLouleft thigh, colt unbranded,
valued at thirty -five dollar (? Ji). I
In witness wherro' we have hereun
to set our hands, this the 10th day of
Jannary, 1SD1. j.
Sworn jnd subscribed to Ixtfore me
tlii iOtli day of January 101. I
11. A, AllKKC, J. P. I
News of Importance From all
Parts of the World.
Ana Condensed Into Facts
New York to-day silver was
quoted at 51.07J , lead, $4.35 ; and cop
Wasiiixutox. The Senate has pass
ed a free coinage bill pure and simple,
as a substitute for the financial bill.
Yeas, 39 ; nays, 27.
Passadesa, Cal., Colonel J. M.Ed
dy, general manager and manager of
the International and Great Northern
died in this to-day of hemorrhage of
the lungs. He was here for the beni
fit of his health. The remains will be
taken to Omaha -for interement.
Washington A consultation of
Senator Heart's phjeicians was held
to-day, and it is said a decision na?
reached that the senator is uiTering
from the cancer of the colon or the
large intes'inc, and there is absolutely
no hope of hi recovery.
I fliri taTl7rieA firn , mAvninn
destroyed $100,000 worth of property.
Losop and inturance as follows J.
It. Hooper A Co., liquor, los .3o,000,
insurance $17,500, T. N. Robinson,
tUtionery, loss ?20.000, insurance f 12,
000, Boedeckcr, confectionery, loss
$4000, insurance $o000, Murphy A
Bell, building, $30,000, insurance $19,
000; T. E. Henderson, building, loss
$12,000, insurance $&G0O.
New Oklean :-Fitzsimmons knock
ed Dcmpey out in the 13th round.
The great middle-weight fight between
Jack Dempscy and Maurice Fitzsim-
mops occurred at the Olymphia Club
tonight and resulted in a victory for
the New Zcalander I'itzsinunons, and
here was hardly a time during the 13
rounds nhen he did not seem lo be a
iiire winner In the first round Fiiz
limmons followed Dempsey around
ii nngand got iu one with his right.
Dempsey got in two lefts and avoided
the right by ducking. It was evident
that Dempsey was going to make a
wailing tight. In the heiond round
Fitzsimmons landed right and left on
Deiupseys' head and Dempsey kept
away. There was then some exchange,
Dempsey getting in two good bod
blows and he was then knocked
against the ropes by a right bander on
the head. In the third round Demp
sey was still running away and laugh
ing, Filzsimmous knocked him down
and clueed him all over the ring,
Dempsey getting groggy. In the
(utirtli-Tound Dempsey seemed to re
cover and scored with both left and
right, but Fitzsimmons soon took the
aggressive again. The fifth, sixth,
seventh and eighth rounds were all in
Filzsimmon's favor, Dempsey oc
casionally landed, but Fitzsimmon
forced the fighting, Dempsey was
knocked down a cam in the seventh
and in tile eighth ho was bleedinglthe importance ol nn arcluuoiogicai
badly. In the ninth round Ekzsim-coJ!eclion Leing made for exhibition
mons continued to do rushing, Jacket the Worlds Fair.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
& x &
occasionally recovered and got in good
left banders on the faM and body, but
FiUsiinmon's only smiled and kept
after his man mercilessly, battering
him badly, Dempey was very weak iu
tho tenth round. He ducket! fromthe
. blows anU held one of FiU.immon's
I hands is hi, tlieu there wero cries of
fjul but the claim was not allowed. In
the elevnth round Jack was growing
still weaker, his face was bloody and a
right bander sent him down, lie was
I dazed and bleeding and feebly stagger
ed towards ritzeimmons, he wss
knocked down again, but stood up,
some one in bis corner threw up a
sponge, but he would not have it, lie
staggered towards Filzsimmon's and
the Utter floored him as the round
closed. In the twelvth round Damp
sey was knocked down three times.
j his seconds wanted him to gie up
but he insisted upon fighting, the gong
(saved him from being knocked out,
but when it stfinded for the next
round Fifzrimmcn's walked over to
Dempsey ' corner and punched him
out, Jack was not able to rise and the
fight was given to the New Zealander
amid the greatest excitement. Demp
sey was badly disfigured.
Have you a Pittsburgh,
Rochester, Duplex, or a Stu
Do they work satisfactorily?'
Do your Lamp Chimneys
The right ones are the
"Pearl Glass," made by1?
Geo. A. Macbeth & Co., Pittsi
burgh, makers of the cele- '
brated " Pearl-top " lamp chim
ney, which have given univer
sal satisfaction. ..
Jlertt 1 in.
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
Ien's Vrnica Salve and Electric Bit
ters, and have never handled remedies
that rell as well, or that have given
such universal satisfaction. We do
not hesitate to gnarrantee jthem every
time, and we stand ready to refund the
purchase price, if satisfactory rcsulis
do not follow their use. These rem-
ilies have won their great popularity
iiirely on their merit. J. Yo'i"2",
I'ronnenrctt Ilopelev. et!arnt
From a letter written by Mrs. Ada 'K.
Hurd of Groton, S. D., we quote:
"Waa taken with a bail cold, which
teltled on my lungs, cough set in and
finally terminated in consumption.
Four doctors gave me up saying I
could live but a short time. I gars
myself up to my Savior, determined if
Icould not stay with my friends orr
earth, I would meet rny absent ones
above. .My huhbaud was advised to
get Dr. King's New Discovery for try
Consumption, Coughs and Colds. I
gave it a trial, took in all eight bot
tles; it has cured me and thank God
1 am now a well and hearty woman."
Trial bottles free at
J.Young's Drugstore, regularjsizty 50c
and $1.00. 'TtV
Harry Goldwater has told his in
terest in the Goldwater business at
Benson to his brother Lemuel who
will run the business hereafter. Harry
will go to California and engage in
business cf some sort.
The last copy of the Normal Echo
his a very well written article urging
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.