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1 &e haro tho Exclusivo Control at j pV" f
So hato iba Exclusivo Control of
Ant don't Am t cftr a prlzt to let ttls
Goods, for ftt tut BEST HADE. Cttry Can holts
ONE AND ONE HALF POUNDS.
35 IV. WOLUTT,
Tombstone, A. T.
, Cop. 5th and Fremont Sti
'OE HOEFLER - PROFK.
MINERS' and RANCHERS
Supplies a Specialty-
And the Celebrated
TESTS. 'OVU C0VSR3,
Fresh Garden Flowers and Field
v Seed Cjtistantly on Hand.
Fremont, bet. 3rd & 4th.
FKANK B. AUSTIN Propriet t
'Staple and Fancy
Choice Brands of
Grain of JL Kinds
Ccpt Coasrvilr on Hand and
SOLD AT LOWEST PRICES
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Uou.tnllr on Hand ltll
;jjiAN A. GARCIA
Custom House Broker.
AYS STRICT ATTENTION TO
all matters connected with the
Mexican custom house. Is respon
sible for all fines imposed by the Mex
ican government, but not for duties
tbat the nttom officers neglect to
charge. AH business connected with
tbe Mexican custom house attended
to with neatness and dispatch.
All papers and document giren tainted-
tali attention, at very reasonable
PilrWiinas, San PeJrn, SnnDra, Mei.
for Stile Cheap.
One back board, one open bugey
One iool a4 new doable cinch saddle
XX CJso. E. ob!er'fi
Both tlio method and results Tvncn
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and rcfrctuiug to tba taste, and acta
gently jet promptly on too luanejsj
L'ver and JJovrelj, c!can$es tbe sjs
bra cCcctr.allv, dlpcle colds, head.
acho3 aud fevers and curss habitual
co.-stipsunn permanently, tor sail
in SUc aud fci ioUic3 by au arugittsi
CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO.
sad nuxascs. au
lovMtui. kt. nr rczx. s.r.
One Performance Only '
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28.
Composed of Sincilr First-class Artists
Refined and Artistic Programme of
jSsT"Ke?.erv'd seats at the Willows.
Now open at
MINING EXCHANGE HALL
MONDAY AND "WEDNESDAY
WEDNESDAY & SATUKDAY
Wednesday From 4 to 6
rwimniir From 3 to 4.30,
Private Ltttons at Reasonable Jlates.
Regular Prices for Gcatleoien 7 eents rer
Lcsun. Lauics Free 03 CUu Nisbts.
Soiree Every Saturday Night
WALSH & IIAWKE.
If gray, gradually restores color;
elegant tonic dressing, 50c, $1, Drug
gists, or ?l size prepaid by expres for
$1. E. S. Wells. Jersey City. ROUGH
ONTOOTHACHE. Instant relief. 15c
just received a new invoice of
Choree old Port, Five year old Zinfan
del, Sherry and Angelica wines. Also
finest brands of fam:'y liquors at
In tbe morning, hurried or difficult
breathing, raising phlegm, tightness
in the chest, quickened pulse, chlllnes
in the evening or sweats at night, all
or any of these things are the first
stages of consumption. Dr. Acker's
English Cough Remedy will eure these
fearful symptoms, and is sold under s
positive guarantee by 3. Yonge,
THE cattle men are said to bo in tbo
majoritr in tbe legislature.
Put the salaries ot useles officers
into the ground; you can strike treas
ure vrith them if yon go deep enough,
aud that's more than has been done
with the money.
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I lm mfttiv Link ncftinAt tlte lLnubJ
b'cans being owned and supported by
the appuinteca of Governor Wolfley are
out of placA. An officer has just as
much right to own an interest in a
Jiewspapex as be has to own a ehare
ina church organ. r
TbcGovernor ju hu .uieiaa.gerbc
commen s the'paace ofixn act uroviA
tlimr f.ir th localtn,, nf nlf oamblinir
nlacea on the second stories. This has
caused a sharp rise in ulue In that f various parts of tbo body, sinking
class ol buildings in Tombstone. City l the pit of the stomach, losa of appe
Uall and court house bouds hare an; the, feveriklmet, pimples or sore, are
upward tendency and the lonj
Nor boom is upon us.
Notice o: Assessment.
HEADCEXTUE AND TRANQUIL
illy Mining Company.-Ile&cindiiicul.
The order and resolution levying as
&esmeut No. 1 has been rescinded,
vacated aud set stiJo by an Drder of
the Board of Directors made on the
f'Jth day of January. 1801, and no
further steps will bo taken to collect
the same. The Secretary has been
directed to refund all moneys p.iid on
account of sid assessment No. 1 to
the holders of the certificates of stocV
on which e-iid moneys have been paid,
on demand, aud presentation of said
J. W. PEW, Secretary,
Oince No. 310 Pine street, Koom
15 and 17, San Francisco, Cal.
UEAD CENTItE AND TRANQOIL
" ilj Miaiag Compaor. Location
if principal place of btisines. San
Francisco Calif irni location of work
fombxtooe mining district Cochise
county. Arizona. Notice is hereby
given ttm at a meeting ol tbe uojrd ol
Directors Uelit-on tue Ulu day of J an -J
nry Is'JI. an assessmant in Jttro (.)
of ilvo (5) cents per share, was levied
upon tle capiUl stock r.f the cor(ora
tion parable i mined utely in United
States gold coin to tbe secretary at tbe
office of tbe company No 310 t'luo St.
Hoorns 1 and 17 !-io trrtticiwo Calif,
ornia. Any stock npon which this as.
css mo nt ahull remain unpaid on tbt-
2Cthdy of Febrniry lb9l will bo delin
qneat and advertised for sale at public
anclion and unless payment is made
before will be n.Id on WcdnebOAT tbe
25th day of March 18D1, to pay tbe
delinquent as'Osstnent together with
tbe cost of advertising and expense 0
sale. J. W. PEW. Secretary.
Office No. 310 Pino street. Booms
15 and 17 San Francisco California,
HEAD CENTRE CONSOLIDATED
Mining Co'opany. RescindmenU
The order and resolution levying as
sessment No. 5 has been rescinded,
vacated and set aside, by an order of
the uoani ol Director?, made on
the 10th day of January, 1891 and
no further steps will be taken to col
lect the same. The Secretary has
been directed to refund all moneys
paid on account of said as'CMtncnU
No. 5 to holders of the certificates of
stock, on which said moneys hue
been paid, on demanland presentation
of said certificate.
JOHN PEW, Secretary.
OfEoo No. 310 Piue street. Rooms
15 and 17 San Francisco, California
HEAD CENTRE CONSOLIDATED
H Mining Compiny. Location ol
principal place of buiness, San Fran
cisco California, location of works.
Tombstone Mining District. Cochise,
Arizona. Noiice is hereby given that
at a meeting of the board of director
held on the 19ih davof January 1S91,
an Assessment, No C of three cents (3c)
per share was levie 1 upon the capital
lock ol the corporation, payable im
mediately iu United States gold coin
to the secretary at the office of the
company No 3 10 Piue street Rooms 15
and 17 San Francisco California. Any
tock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on tho 25th day of
February 1S91 will be delinquent, and
.wlfcrtised for sale at ptjblic auction,
and unless payment is made before,
will be aold on TUESDAY tho 2Ithdy
if March 1891, to pay the delin
quent assessment, together with the
cost of advertising and expenses of
sale. J. W. PEW, Secretary.
umcc xo 3iu nne at,, atooms
nd;i7,San Francisco California,
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EVENING, JANUaKX 23, 1891
J Territorial .'B.
The meniberi ol committees liave
been nnnointeu in totu liousea aud a
iloodut bills bavn been introduced; to
restrict gambling, suppress bouses of
ill fame, amend exemption law, amend
attachment and garnishment act, foi
Australian ballot system, aid construe
tion of railroads, repeal the alien act,
to regulate the price of printing, to
abolish the offices of commissioner of
fini migration and attorney general to
amend the sanitary law, to fix the lesi
dence of the territorial auditor and
treasurer, to compel railroads to report
stcck killed, for a Militia code for Ari
zona, fixing fees (or clerks ot district
Tbe 1'lr.t Sjinptora. ofOValb
Tired feeling, dull headache, pain
all po ilivc evidence of poisoned
blood No matter how it became puis.
oned it must be purified to avoid
death. Dr. Acker's English Blood El
ixir has ueier failed to remove scro
fulous or syphilitic poison. Sold un
der a posithe guar ran tee.
General Killem (regular army)
"What's become of all those hostile
Indians who were expected to make
an a thick here?"
Mr. tarem (Indian Agent) "I 1
gave 'em something to cat and they
New York Weekly.
John Dunbar is profuse with gra
cious words for the Cochise delegation
to the legislature. His eulogies are
worthy a reprint did tfpace permit.
Rev. F. W. Downs will preach an
illustrated "Candle Sermon" in the
Methodist church, Sunday morning at
11 o'clock. Sunday school at 2 o'clock.
The following is the programme for
(he ''Song Sen ice" at night commenc
ing at 7 o'clock. Song, by the audi
ence j. prayer, by Rev. F. W. Dov,ns;
song, by the Sunday school; duet, Mrs.
Downs and Miss Roath ; quartette, b
the M.' E. choir; solo, Miss Mollie
Bauer; tong, by the audience; solo, by
Mr. F.ed Herrerra; short addi?es,
by Rev. Downs; duet, by Mrs. Downs
and Miss Snced; eolo, by Miss Maini
Roath; duet, Mr. F. Herrerra and
Mr. Vincent; quartette, by the choir
Judge Wolcolt, Mrs. Herrerra and
Miss Howell will also take p rt.
A Ihj-lriBi'x Oiilnl'in.
Dr. A M Spacldino, of Grand Rap
ids, Micb,sa-a: "I prescribe Hib
bir.1V Rbennsatic Syrnp in my prac
tice aud unhesitatingly recommend it.
It operates upon the liver, kidneys and
betels, destroying tbo poison in tbe
blood and tissues. It is a graoJ tonio
and appetizer, and for a diseased atom
ach or dysprpsia has do rqnnl," For
e by J. Yon e
A full house greeted Gorton's Mins
strels at McG aire's opera House last
eveumg lor their operatic perform
ance. The troupe is small in n'lin
ber, but made up of the best mate
rial that can possibly be collecle 1 to
gether in the Minstrel line. There is
nothing coarse or rough about the per
formance. Everything goes with the
perfect smoothness of well oiled ma
chinery, and the result is the perfect
sattsiaction 01 the audience. A more
mirth-inclined assemblage it would
be hard to find than were gathered to
gether at the theatre last evening.
All joke told with instantaneous effect,
and it was a wonder some of the fe
males did not laugh themselves into
The orchestra is particularly goad
anu wen balanced, it comes aa near
being perfectTa U ever found with a
traveling troupe. The selections they
play are all carefully re arranged, for
the band as it is, in size, and the re
sult U a harmony and CCect very dif
ferent from what we are accustomed
to. Butte, Montana Daily Miner,
Oct. 31, 1990.
otr.ii us cot gum.
For Couehs. C.nim Tfnr.rnp Snro
tai Throat, 2tc. KUUUII ON TOOTH'
td ACHE. Instant Relief. 15c. ROUGH
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A 5IountaIu ol It.
A prospector signing himself A. G.
ringman, San Diego, California.
Writes for information to the Engi
neering and Mining Journal aa follows :
"Is there any demand for black man
ganese or what is commonly called
"wadf" We have been prospecting on
the Colorado Desert for the last nine
years and among our finds is an entire
mountain of both hard and soft "wad."
It is almost entirely pure and we
would like to get in correspondence
with some one wanting it. Ifyojcan
put ine in correspondence with some
one you will greatly oblige."
We should like to give a
new chimney for every one
that breaks in use.
We sell to the wholesale
dealer; he to the retail dealer;
and he to you.
It is a little awkward to
guarantee our chimneys at
three removes from you.
We'll give you this hint.
Not one in a hundred breaks
from heat; there is almost no
risk in guaranteeing them.
Talk with your dealer about it.
It would be a good advertise
ment for him.
'Pearl top' and 'pearl glass,'
our tra'de-marks tough glass
Geo. A. ILicarrn a Co.
A B Alexander, San Francisco ; C G
Bateman, Oakland; E C Porter; bos
Angeles; W II Bandham, San Fran
James Fin ley, Harshaw.
J Arouson, Chicago.
MAN JOSE HOUbB.
J S McGec, Denver.
IIOVrillKI. TI1K IIOIMU
"Rough on Rat." Clears out rats,
mice, roaches. ROUGH on WORMS.
Safe, Suio Cure. 23c. ROUGH ON
TOOTHACHE. Instant relief. 13c.
Di'BLVGthe past year thecntire earn
ings of tho District Court clerk's office
in this county were but $IS00. This
is a contrast with the former regime
when the office was was worth $0000
per a-num and the clerk opened and
adjourned court 2Ct days in the year at
four dollars a clatter. Mr. Emanuel
needs to get his brother-in-law ap--mintoil
In tlin tiprirli tn mnl- fal:p
out of the office
Kurl.lrn- Arnlra -.one.
The Best Salve in tbe world for
Cots, Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tion, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refuud
ed. Price ' cents per box. For sale
by J. Youge.
The ranch at which Smith was kill,
ed was tbe McGowan place. It will
be remembered that the latter killed
his partner a short time ago and hi-
body was buried in the corner of the
enclosure iu front of the house. When
the Apaches who killed Smith had gone
and evidences of their indentity were
being hunted, the track of one evi
dently large sized Apache led to the
corner of thVfield where tha grave
was located. Here he had deliberately
sat dowu on the soft mound of dirt
with his back toward the house and
his moccasin tracks were left im
printed in the soil on each side of the
mound. It was evidently done de
liberately and probably impelled by
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
h -v gxzm
News of Importance From all
Parts of tbe World.
Ana Condensed Into Facts
FrsciAL DitrATcaes to racspxeroi.
t . .. . . .as 7
in .cw 101c to-day 1 silver, was
quoted at $1.05, lead, fl.G5-'and cop
Paris. The Figaro to-daymakes an
appeal to the churches to keep their
doors open all night, and to take steps
necessary to transfer them into night
schools for tliu homeless poor of Paris.
Paris. It is estimated that &0.000
persons have been thrown out of em
ployment by the severo weather and
that the total loss to France in wuges,
the stoppage of trade, and the blight
ing of crops will be 50,000,000
franks. All the hospitals and infirm
aries are crowded. The administration
has placed the dead wood in the slate
foreata ot the disposal of the poor.
Paris. Wm. O'Brien, accompanied
by Johu Dillon, has started for Bol
ougne sur-mer, where they are to meet
J a number of Irish members of parlia.
ment, including, ii is believed. Parnell.
ft is cxpecteJ that, the Irieh leaders
will remain several days at Bolougne.
Rerun. Dr. Guttman at a meeting
of prominent physicians yesterday, de
monstrated upon a subject who had
died of advanced tuberculosis, that
ulcers on the intestines besides ulcers
on the lungs, had nearly healed under
injections of Professor Koch's lymph,
a fact that suggested that Koch in.
tended to cure ulceration of the bowels.
El Paso That the Mexican author
ities have decided to attempt the ex
tradition of Dr. W. S. Bolton is now
certain. The treaty between the
United States and Mexico provides
tbat neither country is obliged to de
liver up its own citizens, but Mexico
will rely upon the custom of friendly
nations to help each other in suppress
Telegrams have been passing be
tween President Diaz and Minister
Roaiero at Washington.
Alto in Hie Size of II.
The most important military post in
Arizona is located in the soulwestern
part of the Territory, Fort Huachuca,
in the mountains of the same name.
It is situated amid lovely mountain
scenery, and nt an altitude that ren
ders the summer climate delightful.
The intention of the military authori
ties is to abolish all the smaller posts,
now that their usefulness lias gone
with the subjugation of the hostile
Indians of the Territory, and to con
centrate the troops in large bodies at
stragctic points easily accessible by
railroad. In the shifting process,
Fort Huachuca and Grant appear to
be the only ones that will be left in
Southern Arizona.- Commissioner
Buy your leaf
12 cents per
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
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