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TOMBSTONE DAILY fttOsPECTOR, SATURDAY EVENIKGr, FEBRUAKY 9, 1889.
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S. C. P.AGG, Editor ami Proprietor.
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CITY OFFICIAL. PAPER
Ttvih Itanch Uutter Irom tLe ranch ol J
n While atWolcolf . !iMoie. S-Ttf
As will be noticed in another col
umn the board of uion isors have ad
vertised for prrposnl for (loins the
county ailvertipins a,ll J printing
for the four months ending July 1st.
The district attorney claims that the
law does not require that the job print
ing ehall be executed or bid for in the
county but that the l.r.v leutcs tlic en
tire Territory open to the board. In
accordance with hi. views en the quec
tion bids will be received from nm
newspaper or printing o":ce in the
Territory. If the board had amended
thcnll for bid to read to include
only union offices of t'.ie Territory we
would have no objection, but receiving
bids from the Tucson offices', which
are the only ret oiltcts in the Terri
tory, i equivalent to &dcrtfeing for
propo'tih? for buryin- the indigent
dead, feeding county prisoners, etc.,
and rceehing bids from Chinamen
and contracting villi them because
their bids were two hundred per cent
cheaper than a white man's. AVe are
-orry to tav the county printing done
in Tucson, but there it -will hae to
g), for the newspaper oflicea in Co
chiso county, believing in the dignity
of labor, cannot compete and v. ill not
bid agniuat Tucson on any st.ch prop
Tun bill to form a circuit court will
not meet v.ith much encouragement
from the Cochise county assembly
men. Although not incorporated in
the platform of the party most of the
hpenker from the Republican plat
forme pledged the party against thii
useless and oxtraTjganl expenditure
Two, iliree nsta s-otsr icnr
Oltl Vrr.ll Tree.
Fruit trees, two, lhrco end four year
old. Umbrella, Mulberry. Peach, IVar,
Apricot, Apple, Fig. Plum, Prunes,
iectsrir,es. Almond, Japane-o I'ersim
raon, English Walnnt. lVraegranate,
fruiting; two-year dd Grapevines,
Gooseberries. Raspberries; 1,000 Rose
bnshrd, S5 ditJcrcut varieties; Lilac,
Csrcatiin Pink. Jlock Orange. Whs.
nolia, I'oniesraua'e flneiing, Hony-
e3ck:e, L.'.Uy of tlio Valley, CypresKis.
Cletnti; Pa5i.a Vinei". Double Ca
rnelu. and rainy other plants received
from Califortiij, for talc by William
Rranch. corner of Secot.d and Fnltou
ttreet.. Tombstone, A. T. 1-2 Cm
To the p.itroii3 of the Pony Saloon,
I would again call your attention to
the fine line of goo-Is now on hand at
the old stand, oncisling of Hill Jc
Hill's tine r.aud-inad Sour Math Rour-
lon Whisky, spring of '0, Guckcn
licimer and Ripy Straight Ryes, spring
of '33, the finest goods ever brought
to Tombstone. I also keep on hand a
full line of California Brandies, Wine,
&C Tom and Jerry, Hot fc'coich,
Spicod "cv. England, Santa Croix and
Jamaica Ruin, all made in the iThrei
and latent style. 5Iy Csrnia and ICe-
West Chippies are mado esprcssly for
me and cannot be beat for the price
anywhere. St. Louis Lager Beer on
draught. J. II. Campbell,
II 17 If Proprietor..
IL 31. McIXTIKE, 21. 1).
riiveiciAX ax sueceo:.-.
Omen IIoos: Morning and Evening.
Reservttl teats for Stanscllc'd two
performance? at Waiter's i.-Ithnt- ex
lor Fortifications to
Pacific Guano Company As
siini With $1,000,000 Li-
A Fish Story in Which the
Treasury Department Is
Bayard Requests a Truce ia Relation
to Uie Saraoan Affair.
frECiAL Disr.vTCiins to ri:osrncTOE.
Wood's Ilouaow, Mass., Feb. 9.
The works of the Pacific Guano com
pany here were attached yesterday.
They hate .is-igned. Liabilities ?1,
000,003. Other concerns here and in
Boston arc expected to go down as a
Oun'l X.Ike Si.
W.v-in.st.TO.v, Feb. t). At a full cau
cus tho Republican rcnators this
morning dNcuscd the admission of
the Territories and decided to sustain
tiie senatorial conference in their dis
agreement on the Omnibus bill, which
projioses to admit the two Dakoias,
Montana and New Mexico.
Ottawa, Feb. 9. Great changes are
pending in Canada which will materi
allv effect the future of this countrv
and may alter the relations between
the United States and Canada.
It is reported that at the con-ciu-iiun
of the Federal legislature the
government will appeal to the country
on the annexation question. Sir John
McDonald, Frontier, ill retire and be
succeeded by Sir Charles Tupper.
WA8iiLVf.TO.N-, Feb. 9. Tho fortifica
tion ami naval appropriation bills
were submitted to a full Senate com
mittee on appropriations to-day by the
tub-committees charged with thern.
.Examination shovted that amo'ng the
appropriations in the fortification bill
arc torpodocy for harbor defense, 00,-
000 machine- guns, 0,000 caissons and
battery wagons for ten-inch guns-, -1C,-
0D steel forgings and gun carriages.
The appropriations amount to nearly
5300,000. Hcavr additions will be
made to the navsl bill and the con
struc'ion ot two steel gunboats or
cruisers was provided for to cost not
more than $700,000, also one steel
cauistr to cost $-700,000. The appro
priation for the steel machinery is in
creased by .I,30D,003 and that for
armaments ?1, 103,000.
"Wasmsctov, Feb. 0. After routine
business the House went into a com
mittee of the whole on the army ap
The President fo-diy transmitted to
Congress the projiosal of Bismarck for
a resumption of the conference on the
basis of native independence and equal
ity of rights among the treaty power,
and the President's response. The
Secretary of State says that thi-j gov
ernment, Germany and Great Britain
have consented to the publication of
the protocol of the last convention,
and :n acceptance b: Bitniarc5:'s pro
posal Bayard rerussisatrcco, and that
the German officers at Samoa- be di
rected to cease all lieligerant ojicra
tions pending the deci-ion of the con-
'cw Yokk, Feb. O A Washington
special to the Tost says that during the
investigation before the ilouso com
mittee on marine and fisheries rela
tive to tho orders given to the com
manders of the United States revenue
cutter, Kusli, last summer. The cap
tain of the Kush stated that he re
ceived secret orders from the Treasury
Department relating to the nature of
British or other vtsscls in Ilchring sea
tho nature of nhich he did not care to
communicate, and referred the com
mittee to the Treasury Dcpnr'ment
for information. Tin committee called
upon the Treasury Department for
that order but it has not yet been ob
tained. The reply to the government
has been begun in reference to the
House call upon the Treasury Depart
ment for a copy of tho order. From
other sources it has been ascertained
that the order was that which the vest-el
was to continue its original cruise
in Alaska waters, ostensibly for the
purpose of preventing the capture of
seals, and no seizure theuld be made
of either British or American vessels.
It is said that prominent Republicans
in Congress are in possession of infor
mation as to the exact nature of this
order, and that the action of the Treas
ury Department will be made the basis
of a searching inquiry in both Houses.
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of -Supervisors of Cochise
County, will receive sealed pro
posals for publishing in a weekly
newspaper published in said county
all advertisement ordered by said
Board. Said proposals shall spec
ify the rates proposed for each
inch or fraction thereof in non
AKo for Job Printing, to consist
of I sheet blanks, i sheet blanks
and whole sheet blanks, including
backing cf same, ordered by said
Board of Supervisors at price per
1000 and oOO of each sort. Said
proposal- for printing advertise
ments are limited by law to news
papers published in Cochise coun
ty; proposals for doing job print
ing may be submitted by any pub
lisher of a newspaper or job
printer in the Territory of Arizona.
Each and evcrj proposal must be
accompanied by a good end suffi
cient bond in the sum of $500, con
ditioned that the party bidding
will enter into a contract and bond
in amount to be fixed by eeid
Board for the faithful pcrformonce
thereof, within ten days from ic
ceipt of notice of acceptance of his
Lid, said contract to continue until
July 1st, 1889.
Proposals will be received up to
March 4th, 1889, ot 2 o'clock p. m.,
at which time they will be opened.
But one bid will bo considered
from the same party for same
work and the right to reject any
and all bids is reserved by said
Dated Tombstone, February 7,
By order or the .Board.
IJ. F. COFFMAN,
Are constantly exposed to danger from
Colds, Whooping Cough, Croup, and
diseases peculiar to tho throat and
lungs. For such ailments, Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral, promptly adminis
tered, affords speedy relief and cure.
As a remedy for Whooping Cough,
with which many ot our children wero
afflicted, we used, during tho past win
ter, with muck satlslactlon, Aycr's
Cherry Pectoral. Tor this affection, wo
consider this preparation the most effi
cacious ot all tho medicines which have
come to our knowledge. Mary Park
hurst, Preceptress, Iloraa for Littlo
Wanderers, Doncastcr, Md. -
My children have been peculiarly sub
ject to attacks of Croup, and I foiled to
lind any effective remedy until I com
menced administering Ayer'a Cherry
Pectoral. This preparation relieves tho
difficulty ot breathing and invariably
cures tho complaint. David U. Storks,
Chatham, Columbia Co., N. Y.
I have used Aycr's Cherry rcctoral
In my family tor many years, and
have found it especially valuable in
VThoopinj; Cough. This mcdlclno allays
all irritation, prevents Inflammation from
extending to tho lung3, and quickly sub
dues anv tendency to Lung Complaint.
J. B. Wellington, I'lalnvUlc, Mich.
I find no mcdlclno so effective, for
Croup and Whooping Cough, si Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. It saved the life of my
little boy, only six months old, carrying
him safely through tho worst caso of
Whooping Couch I over saw. Jano
Malone, Piney i'lats, Tenn. 1 1 jJ
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Treparcd br Dr. J. C. Arer & Co., Lowell. Haas.
Bold tr U Druggists. Price 1; six bottle., (S.
abticllh oi' i.ju::F3i:Arn.
or the Meillnx Mlver mn'ua; Ccm
piuy. -VE.T1IS USDEnM(iNEI),T!EHEBV A9
t ocUl oumcIvo tortber a cortw-ra
Hon D&dcr m 1 purecaot In lfcclauacf theTerl.
t vt of Amor i f jr tbe purpo'e tl iriu-tciiii? Hit
tniivp herein cl futa and liertLy adoj t tUe
rUfowlBC Art clw cf In'"irtcn:
The ctmeol U corporation Is the STtU-lsc
Silvia iIiM; Coarur.
The name of thscwporalor r? A II Teleyt
Joha M. tr.trniery. iMwln Bindlv, Jam K.
L':r.b1rttir, Will t-n 1'. DcAimli, w. K.ilc
Cook acd llcmir r. 1'lihor.
Tterilfl'"'Pl pHcoof hatlne5 0f ild corpora
lion It tLc City uf To.nbi'oae, la the coactvof
Ccchlfc, Territory of Arizona, but a branch
edec for tha 'riict!o3 cf ala cono-atr bant
atf U lnatl at tt iltr of I'ltttburc, In the
State uf IVnneyivania. at nhich pltce tae us;t
lnK o! th tclcho!(!cr aud dirtctcrof raid
coriKirilluo may te h-il.
The ffcnertl ntln-c of the but Ioe rriftOM.I to
be tran.aclfit !: The trecttoa and luiintalatDir
of rallr aid rirnace ana til auxiliary aptiiiHticev
for milting atd redcenj cold, li, copper or
other orr. ad wraktn and reanlne ucta..
Alto Gnu'nr. turchrrtrc. eillicz. !eain. 1h
raring ana p latlncralces andtntnlnt; propr.
tie and the m-eer'trr littdk f r cocdwc tozthe
bal:efi of raid cor.iratiou; also the psrehe
and ale of or. end thiscslllins and redacttim of
the tane and the pcrchaiMa ti.a ealof the arion
prooeta thereof ; a dearrylngon and co&dacilcj;
a central riinn; uni. ne.
The tsioat of ths capital tnck of raid cotpom
tlon I h re by ant norlzrd at Five U nndivd Thoss
acd dollari. which I fjlly paid up ctock, and
whtch U divided tuto Oe Uondrtrd Thocand
Ibarra nf the par tralaecachof Klve-dollars, and
fa'd corporation la a-utuorura to receive tntnt-t
ftr.d mlnln? nroierile la narmeat for s ild canltal
.lock The ed capital 'ock and tht tuarc-
thcoeot lhail oe non its mm
TLe diratloa cf raid corporation rhall be
TwcatT-BJea s f.-osi thj ci:ccl thltSastrn
inent. AKTULC VII.
The bailnea axd affiles of i aid co-n jrat'on
rhall becocdacted by eendl.tclcii. sto hall
cm-iltuti a Hoard of DIrrc'or'. said tl rvc cr
ahall bd chaeva Immediately after tha mine of
ihea3artiel s. ani thereafter anucallr at the an-
rn4l mietiui; t f the s ock hold tv, which rhall be
brdon thi r" Monday cf y. In ech year,
bald Irectcri UU ergrlze ti nt'-ilate'T afVr
tLe acjoarcractof etch annnil m-silncof ktocL
boldr tnd balj cloasa from ainnif theii mem
ber a I'rcsldant, becretary and Tra-on-r. Mho
hall be the odcre o said board a
and of saldc.ru
Tte li'shot amonnt of !ndebtcJccMorilUlity
direct r cnntinsect to na'ca .aia c irporat.on l
aatocrlzedataaTtlicii f a.J ct l:ifl hereby
limiicc lo u-o iiuaf rca iai na ulucta
Thi prlat iT-pr.y ol tbe ttocilio'dcts of sal J
corporation la btrtl-y declared to be exempt fxcu
la w-nc whereof th nndcrstzntdhareLcre
noto set thi lr hacda txd seals thu i.d dty cf
A. II. HEISEV. nib
JOHN M. MONTGOMERY, nciu
EI-VV1 I1ISDLKV, aaai.
VVM. f. 1 AKMIT. sri
J. E. LMllsTALTlEK, seat.
W. r.MiCOOK, ICAU
II. T, I'lSlitl;, uiu
Territory ef Ar'z-tne, I
CvcMy of CKh.ae, j
Before me. Howard K. Henln. a notary pnbllc
In and far saldcncatty.cn this dy peisiLal y ap-
pesrva Ji. i. r itner. Known to ice to 03 tua per
sn hoke camels sttr-cr bl tothefor pdag in
strnment. and aeknrw ledstd ta m that nuext:.
cnted the sjim fir tho purpj.c aid consideration
Oliin under my ha da-rd seslnfrfSce, tbla
laEALi l.tn rfy oi wanrary. a. i. is-
nowAitu r. liKKr.ixo.
Stale of rcnasTlcnrla, I
Cr.nntr of Aleffhenr. t
Utfore mr. K 3T. Karr. a Koi-y PnHIe In
acdlur said Jual.tr an I MaU-. oc lliitdar l-son-
al!y appartJ . II. Hrl-ef, John M. atoutum-
try. hnnli Elnol-j-. Am I'. DeArmilt. J. E.
Umhft::ttrr and VV. V McCock, hose names
are sabtcriben Its the foresting tnslramenr, and
ackn'.wleL:cd to trie that tliev execnivu ti.o same
for tb pcrpos:s ana coceiurration Inertia ex
UlTrn coder ni hand and s.al of cface this 23th
da-orJacn-rr, A.l. ISeJ.
Kotarlal ae. F. X. BAUIi.
Allriieny Connty. (,,
Stat' of fetinJlvaa
I, I avid R llcOatnejle, Clerk cf the Con-t
se ion", in ai.a i.r ins o-iniy 01 ai
rzteny. In Ine ccsuot.wealth cf t'ennpylvatila.
tha daw belr-r a court nf law and record, do by
tnse prcttnts ceruiy ia r.a. uur, a.q., --
taken, aLd bo ha therennto. In his own proper
canaw.llinr. snniKTinca aim carr.e, vras at tnai
t mflandl a N' tary Tahiiclnand fur said cocnty
ol AHe?heny.nIrconimiSKionedaid.rorD. al-d
anthemed 1 y law of tDncomuonwial h rf J'er.:
sylvarla. tu tataffijavt's at A aknowledctnets
of deeds fir lards and real crtate In ss!dcmcion
vealtb of tvnrsylranls. andlaall who-eac aa
enrh doe fat b andcr.dll ar?, and of rlchlon-bt
to be glrta, thrceacut lha Uulted blatcs nd
I farther etrtlfy thit lh fortcolnff acknrrrl-
Uct tin State of IVccsylTa ta
r cmff.iT.is taken tn accorcancc viiia ineiaws
Ixthtikixt v. iikcxof. i naxe nereurio t tr.
rnyhitdandaOiedtheseflof Itesa'd L'oart at
ruiabar?, to lha aald Oicn'y, this tweMy-clalh
cay cf January, In .!. tear of car Lord, ons
IncUfir.d c'jht hsndrcd asj tlhly nice.
o art.rSe-slons. D. K. JtcOCSIfZGLK.
Alicghcny Coo-ty ) Clare.
At the Tony, Clam Juice. Try .2cUf
Allen Htrcct. bet n
I have a Large and Well Aborted Stock of
Fresh Meats, Hams, Bacon,
Bolognas, Hard, Pork Sausage, Head
Cheese, Eastern Pickled Pork,
Corned Eeef, Tripe and Pig's
Highest Cash Prico pahl for Choico Beef, Pot k and Mutton and Game and
ncoos rnoxpiLY riiur.u ax
tiii: city rti'.it:
Fremoni, bet. 3rd S 4th.
Staple and Fancy
Choice Bratids of
Grain of all Kinds
Kept Cccslantly en Hand and
SOLD AT LOWEST PRICES.
a4k IM?al.U DCsiLama.?
Constantly on Hand. jaltf
Allen St., Bet. i',th and 7th
PASQUALE NIGRO, PEOP.
r.vcrjor.c knows tliat the Finest Js of
Arc alttrojs kept at ttiU Old Stand.
Billard and Pool Tables
Drop in and Satisfy 1'onrEclf.
iTiUt.hcd at ITofales, A'!zosa.
J. J. CHATHAM. ZDITOKAND rp.ontiETOi:
Pabl.shes the mcrt rrl'aUe and latest Sot-ora
Th-j lest vreexly pspcr pablUbed In Arizona
If the best adeertlels; medtcm Tor those wtshlrp
to brlrff thf-lr buslnrrs before tho
OSLV S PKH YEn. SXD TOV. A
Ladies and Gentlemen:
If you ilasire Good Beds and Fleas-izit
Knoxns, go to
MRS. L T. TBASK'S HOUSE.
OPCK AT MS, nODT.S.
San Podro Gt, Bonson, Ariz.
Titke you prescriptions to Yorsgo'a
Dnig Store. 12 ltf
ecu Sih and fitti.
or.i.ivEHF.n to ay part of
Cor. 5 th and Fremont St&
JOE H0EFLER, - PR0FR.
MINERS' and RANCHERS'
Supplies a Specialty.
AiENT FOK IMPI'.OYED
And the Celehrated
TESTd. WAGOX COVEKd,
Fresh Garden Flowers and Field
Seed Oonstantly on Hand.
1-yOnn O.OOD.OGO prl tlie that h
ct CM Urxeat ano dual reUabM bnse, and the as
M, FERRY A CO. an
acknowtoda-sd to b tba
in trie wona.
wm l- raftfld rarr
tfiBll annlirauita and
yirithont nrdsr4B rt. Jmmntm-
ta laat war1 rrxnttirmmm
laszls.asu. la3oMs.ndlorlt. Addnns
O. M. FEP.HY & CO., Detroit. SB (civ
Just received at Jos Iloefler'a Pio
neer store, a Cue lot of grass seeds
lied and White Clover
Kentucky Blue Grasf.
Cor. Allen & Fifth St., Tombstone.
KF.ErS ONLY TIIE CHOICEST
Groceries and Provisions
riKEST IlirOIITED AND DOMESTIC
jDon't fail to give liim a call.
A Woinrair fIeorci7.
"Another wonderful disecrrery has been made
nd that too br a ktdv in thU countr. Disease
fastened its dutches upon her, and for serea
tears she withstood us severest tests, dui ner
vital organs ere underntined and death seemed
imminent, tor three months she congcetl tn-
rj;anuy and could not sleep. Mie nougnt c
a bottle cf Dr. Kinc's New Dscoiery for
Consumption and was so much relieved on take
In;, the first dose that she slept all night, and
h one bottle has been rniracuIous'T euretl
Uer name i Mrs. laither Lajtr.' Thus writ
V. a Hamricti Co.. of Shelby. K. C Cc
free tnal bottle at J. Yonje s drug store.
Xiic Verdict tl'iiniilnioiiM.
7. r. Sri-. Tlmzil't. HIrn. Ir.d . tl!l!e. "I
car. trtcmoitnl I.lcetr.s J5 1 rrs -he trrrh-st
r.ineat. Etry lit:: i:a lai Rlien t:tci 1 1
erry lotnc ons mtn took sir battles, and
wa Ctir It OI liorumaiifia wi n 7" ...-
Inc." Ab-atam Hare, drayirlst. Ittlltllle, Ohio.
atltr", Tbeb-lMll!nc med:tln I baieeyer
hsnilicd In mr yat' expertei.ce. I EUetrtc
loiters." To3tnrof othe-s bar added tielr
testltnosy. so that the t rilct Is qxammfiuj that
Electric bitter da cs-e all oIk ars cf the LIT r,
Kidsna o t'looi. (nly a half dellar a bottle, at
Vwy'i Vrn .o:e.
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