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i$r r i P" V-' Wl - It -. - I TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR. 4 - VOL. V. TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 21, 1890 NO. 110. FwBIHII'SIWHhHSHsBBMHbeITBR i irTrr-iTa-TyrMrirr "TWWTWJTTr C" " . utffi'JB'' .'HW '-'TL- "KflWaff h -fc g , ?ia.ws ?v ' ' - vv s " , --- if . -.- :v? - . :r- n t wry r E i'&Z rlV SSPs 02CI3 BXJOYS Both tlio method and results Tvhen Syrup of Figs is taken; it ia pleasant and refreshiug to tbo taste, and acts fently yet promptly on the Kidneys, aver and Bowel?, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation permanently. For sale in 50c and SI bottles by all druggists. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAM nWiCISCQ, Mi. LOUlStiLLt. XT. W rCU. K.t. SIKltUIl VMHMK. PIONEERSTGRE Cor. 5 th and Fremont Sis, JOE HOEFLER - PR01:T. IU1- General fiflerchandise. MINERS' and RANCHERS Supplies a Specialty. AOKXT FOU IMPKOVKD AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, "AmTttfe Stflcbrated Tiirbine Wind-Mills TEXTS 'OUlt COVERS, Buckeye i-orce-Dump, Fresh Garden Flowers and Field Seed Constantly on Band. PAPAGO Cash Store, Fremont, bet. 3rd & 4th. FRANK B. AUSTIN Proprictoi Staple le and Fancy Groceries Choice Brands of KENTUCKY WHiSKV of all Kinds Kept Con.IirUr on Hind aid; SOLD AT LOWEST PRICES A. 3E" !ail or - - - ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES Contttcilr os rUnd" 1111 JuAN A. 6ARCIA Custom House Broker. P AYS STRICT ATTENTION TO all matters connected " with the. Jfexican custom house. Is respon Bible for all fines imposed by the Mex ican government, but not for duties that the ruitom officers noglect to charge. " All business connected with the Mexican custom house attended to with neatness and dispatch. AUpsper and doevmen u j viate attention at very teatonabU ratei. alemlnas, San Pedro, Sonara, McX SACRIFICE. Greatest Sacrifice Eer Made In Tombstone. The 1 Market Basket usually sold at. $1 50 1 Celery Glass - CO 3 Table Goblets " " " 40 3 Tumblers " " " 25 3 Fancy ale glasses " - " 50 3 Nest eggs " " " i 1 Lamp complete " " " 7o 1 pat. Fire kindler " " 75 1 Jumping rope " " " 25 1 Leather hat band " " " 75 5 90 The whole entire abore assort ment will be sold for $2 50 if At Geo. E. Kouleh's. NOTICE. If you want fine straight whisky, of the most celebrated brands, drop into the Vony Saloon and satisfy yourself that this is true. The Pony also car ries the finest brands of domestic and imported Brandies, Wines, Ales, Por ters, and all kinds of liquors. Ice Cold Drinks of all kinds a specialty. The Carmen Key West Cigar is the finest for the money to be had in Ari zona. St. Louis Anheuser Busch Lager Beer on draught at all times. No fav orites. Come all. Jons Shacohxessy, Proprietor. Cured ofSrnralslo. Lottie L. Derean.East View, West chester Co., N. Y., writes: "I havehcen a great sufferer with nsinsin the back of my head, worse th.in anv headache. I couid not reach it with internal medecines at all and during the cold weather I have suffer ed excruciatingly, I finally thought I would try an Allcock B Plaster ap plied to the nape of my neck. In lest tfiia ha!! X-da- the pain entirely ceased." Ho! Fur IJUbee ! I L. A Engle is now running a fast two-horse rig between Tombstone and Bisbee. leaving Tombstone at 7:30 a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and Bisbee on alternate days, at same hour. Orders for passage or freight to be left at store of Geo. II. Fills Tombstone. Office at Bisbee at Langsdorfs store. 9-22-tf. I'ruli Tret". The finest trees ever offered for sale. Most all bearing trees, three years old, all kinds. Also Umbrella, Chines Mulberry and Sweet Locust. To flow er lovers who make up a club I will sell my ever-blooming roses by the one hundred at $1 apiece, and give you your choice. Also Flowering Shrubs and Greenhouso Plants of all kinds for sale at the old place, corner Fulton and Second streets, Tomb stone, Arizona, by William Bbauch. "A11 my trees should be trans planted as soon as possible from No vember to January. nil For a cut. bruise, burn or scald their is nothing equal to Chamber lain's Pain Balm. It heals the parts mnm miirl-W than nnv other anDlica- Ition, and unless the injury is very se-..-. 1? ll. XT T l vere, noscsr is leu. x-or eaieuj u. - iPbto. i Just arrived from the east, the fol lowing articles : Cape Cod Cranberries, Apples, Full Cream Cheese, Mince Meat, Zante Currants, Sour Krout, Vpw Orleans Molasses. Boston Black Molassses, at Hoeflee's, 024-t A prominent physician and old army surgeon in eastern Iowa was called away from home for a few days: during his absence one of the children contracted a severe cold and his wife bought a bottle of Chamberlain' Cough Remedy for it. They were so much pleased with the remedy that thev afterwards used several bottles at various times. He said, from his ex perienco with it, he regarded it as the most reliable preparation in use for colds and that it came the nearest be ing a specific of any medicine he had ever seen. For sale by II. J. Pcto, . Drofgit- Articles of Incorporation or THE VIRGINIA CHIEF MINING CO. KNOW all men by these presents that , the undersigned do hereby associate ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation un der tbe Uw otllw lerritorjr of Arizona ana no uu ceruiy ttrt, Tli jut the name of aiJ corpor! fined to any one country, or even to a io Tub Viuoixia Chief .single continent. It was rampant in atiou shall Lo Tub iuoixia Chief Second, That tLe purpoees for which J it is formed are to carry on the busi 1 nes of mining for the precious and other metals and to mill anil reduce the same, and to buy, sell, lease and trade in mining propeity generally. Thini: mat the principal place of business of this corporation shall be at Teviiton.Cochise County, Arizona Ter ritory bnt it may nave a branch omco at any other place, for tbe transaction 8. sscn bnsicess as tbo Iatra of the ter- ritory do nolretiuire to bo transacted at tbe principal office. Fonrth, That tbe time of the exis tence of this corporation shall be 25 years. .tilth, That the number ol directors shall be tbre, and that the names and residence s of those who aro appointed to serve the first year are James H. Tevis, John A. Duncan and Ezra W. Kingsberry. Tbe residence of James H. Tevis is Teviston. Cochise county. Territory of Arizona, and that of John A, Dnncan and Ezra W. Kinjrsberry, Kansas City, Jackson county, state of Missonri. Sixth, That the amount of capital stock of this corporation shall be one million (Sl.000.COO) of dollars, divided info one hundred tbonsana (100,000) shares at the par valne o ten (S1U 00' dollars each, all of which is full paid. Seventh. 1 be existence of this cor poration bal: commence at tbe date of theexecatioa of th ese article! and shall terminate twenty-five years there alter. srrtirrTirT3f5G5raJ4bisMroor! ation shall be a president, a vice presi dent, a treasurer, and secretary. The rai three rmJ ahall be directors of aaid corporation and shall hold their offices for one year, or nntil their sue cesaora are elected and qualified and the secretary ahall hold his office at tbe pleasure of the directors. Ninth. The highest amount of in debtedoses or liability which shall b? incurred by this corporation at any one time shall not exceed $100,000. Tenth. Private propeity of the stockholders shall not be liable for the debts of tbe corporation, In witness wJieVeoiywe baveliereunto t onr Kind anil aealii thin 14 ilav of Novembent,a Thousand Eight Hun dred ana xsinety-.v- JUU.1 A. UUflUi.l, IBSAI.I EZRA WXIXtiSBERRY. ' - by John A. Duncan, his seal. attorney in fact. JAMES H. TEVIS. seal Signed and nested in the presence of fsEALW H.,CSSTAEHLB. Territoryof Arizona I County of Cochise., J On the fourteenth day of November, A. D. one thousand eight hundred and ninety, personally appeared before me. YVm O Staehlo, a notary pnblio 'in and for tbe said connty of Cochise. John A. Duncan, personally known to me to be the person described in and who ex- eented by power ol attorney ol .zra t I Kingsberjy to sign and acknowledge i thn aritcma i,! !nc2rE3t!"B In- the an- the article, of incorporation in- the an nexed instrument as the attorney in fact of Ezra W. Kinaberry named in Uie aoncxedjnttrnmentad party; thereto,! and described aa the party" eiccaliDf tho same by bis said'altorney anrr the iM John ADdncan' acknowledged to ....... . - .. me that he exeented Ihe same f reeiyJmails and thorditor who a also the and vo.notarily. as and for the act and! , , doe's noVln row lhe paper deed of the id Ezra.,W. Kingsberry, W L tnnliAr and for tbe zzzz and purposes therein mentioned. " " a- v In -witDPaa whereof, I have hereunto set mi hand and affixed mv official neat the day and year in 'this certificate first above wJitten. WM. C. STAEHLE, seal Notary Public. -' Territory of Arizona! County of Cochise. ( On this fourteenth day of November iOO furunnllv .nnMrml liAfnrA me. 1890 personally appeared before me, Wm. C. SUehle, a notary pub'ic in and for tbe said county. James H. Tevis and John A Dancan, known to me to be tbe perrons described is, and who x eented the foregoing instrument ted who acknowledged to me that they ex ecuted tbe rams freely and voluntarily and Ir tbe uses and purposes therein mentioned. la witness whereof I have hereunto set my band and kfiixed my ofScinl seal the day aad year in this certificate first aUvowritten. Wf. n HTAEHLE. seu. Notary.Poblio, AN OPINION. By an English Financial Journal on Silver's Fate. The following opinion about the sil ver market is taken from the London Money of a recent date: "It is quite clear now that speculation in silver and silver securities was much larger than any one believed. The specula tion, it will be recollected, was notcon- eingl China, it was wild in India, it was reckless in the America and it was not very well regulated even in Europe. As a matter of course a speculation so general and so gigantic could not last very long, and its breakdown was sure to bring about a reaction. As it hap pened, several circumstances hao combined to bring on a collapse, even earlier than might have been antici pated. The Tariff Act in the United States CAUsed extreme stringency in New York. The rapid rise in silver disorganized trade in India and China and the alarm that has sprung up here and thrown the Stock Exchange off its balance has made it extremely dif fi ult to carry on speculative opera tions of any kind. Everywhere bank ers began to reduce the accommoda ti n they give their customers, and as mony became not only dear but scarce, speculation could not be car ried on as before. The breakdown of speculation was sure to bring a fall in price, just as the rectless speculation itself carried the price too high ; hut what will be the course of the market when the liquidation now going on comes to an end it is less easy to say." - Aiil'."l'Jl'llTr. Another telegram was received yes terday from the superintendent of tne Ccstral Silver, which stated that an other shipment of 9,310 pounds of bullion was made yesterday. This seemed to havo a depressing effect in stead of bracing it. After a opening at 21c the market advanced to 224c and 2,-lOU shares sold. 11 beg:in to de cline and reached 20c, at which figure 3.500 shares changed handr.with more offered at that. The day's sales' were S.S00 shares. The above is from the Globe-Democrat and alludes to the mine near Casa Grande, on the" Southern Pacific road. The tendency of the stock to tumble upon the receipt of good news from the mine is in keeping willPthp effect of most speakers ift a campaign in Arizona; the more' talking they do the worse they bear their stock of pc litical ammunition. 5 One of the greatest flrces ever en acted by an administration in the history of our country7s the pas sage of the anti-lottery" Uw and the attempt to enforce it. .,,? The San Francisco C6nicle throws down tbe gauntlet bj'dertising the Louisana Lottery Co.jn ajwost extra v- t aganl'timnncr sad !u "government ilaro not ac;epi me cn.yiene. The Nogales Herald prints an ad vertisement of th'e lottery" company and "sends the paper ouf.tiiroueh the , - -. . i ."- . . postmaster I r. out of the mails notwithstanding tbe folders from B"oss Wannamaker.' !!-. ... .... '.. ".lmring tne past moniu paju"-uver-tiscments of the- Louisfpalottcry compiny have appeared in, nearly S every paper in Arizona. Catholic grab bags and Protestant rallies are freely aJvertieed and post masters blush at the thought of throw irtc the voice of the people into the waste basket pcrferring to place Mr. f ..... .i -.- i mi... W's orders there instead. The attempt to thrust upon the people a new set of ten commandments in con flict with the original articles of faith will receive as overwhelming a defeat in the near future as did McKinleyism Reedism, and force bill ism. Mask tickets for the skating carni ml on sale at Stevenson & Walker's, petog d glore Yaple's news stand I . ., ..,. -a. -r I anu JirmueB. m .;.....- j. ''ticket and avoid the rush. ntf BY WIRE. News of Importance From all Parts of the World. . And Condensed Into Fads Without Comments- SPECIAL DISPATCHES TO PROSPECTOR. in .eir iort to-day silver was quoted at $.091; lead weaker, $4.85 ; and copper stagnant, $1G.50. El Paso. Vandergriff, the last of tho train robbers, was brought here yesterday and has made a full confes sion of the attempted robbery. Chicago. A morning paper says the Kev. McGlynn is soon to be rein stated as a priest of the church of Rome. This is learned upon good ec clesiastical authority. Fremont, Neb. Forty five Indians, members of Buffalo Bill's Wild West show passed through here yesterday on the way to Pine Kidge agency. The leaders said they had heard about the new Messiah from their friends before leaving Europe. Sax Francisco. The members of Geong Yoong & Co., one of the most extensive merchandising houses and who are also laborcontractdrs7naT?, fled to China with $40,000, the wages of 250 Chinese fishermen who recent ly returned from Alaska. New York. The World Bays- the greatest piece of news in Wall street yesterday was that Mr. John and Wm. Rockfeller, the Standard Oil magnates had acmiirred control of the North ern Pacific railway which practically means the ousting of Henry Vil lard. St Locis. Alfred Dougherty, was senteiced to four years in the peniten tiary for attempting lo obtain a pen- s,oa from the government under fraudulent claims. The penalty of his wife Marion Dougherty who swore to a false affidavit, was fixed at $1000 fine and costs, which she is un able to pay. Er. Paso. Julio FaudoS, the well known banker of Chihuahua, was ar- rested for smuggling in Juarez yester day evening as he and his family were about todepart on tho Mexican Central. When the custom house official wan searching Mr. Faudoa's trunk he dis covered a falso bottom, which upon further investigation, was found to be filled with silks and other goods. Kansas City. Secretary John A. Bain of the Cherokee livestock asso ciation is in the city and tells a start- Ur-. nrv nf ruin and devastation in n "j - the strip. Ho expressed the opinion' that within thirty days from tho tiraq thn trin is vacated hv the ranchmenl all the improvements made there will Highc: ot all in Livening Power. s&m lSSJl I A. ABSOlXITEl PURS be possessed by thieves from Oklahoma and Kansas, unless the government orders the troops to protect tho property. Galveston. The Gahcston P.ope and twine factor. turned cat its first coil of half inch rope yesterday. It was bought by Moore McKinley & Co at one dollar per pound and was properly decorated and placed on ex hibition to visitors. The rope was mado from sisal from Yucatan. Kansas City. A special to the Star of Omaha Neb., sayg John W. Powers alliance candidate for Governor, har employed several lawyers to contest- - ti'Tt1 the election of Governor elect Jail E. Boyd, democrat, The prohibitionists have raised ?1U,000 to assrstPowers in the contest, Chicago John Keller the million- aire real estate dealer, who harjTsjnjf uiiicu uu cuuiii ximuparu irevt robbed of a tin box containing ScSjjS11' $100,000 worth of deeds, mortgage and other valuable collaterals last evening. We Are Cotiiluc- (.Commercial Bulletin.) Arizona is coming to the front as an agricultural country. For the past three months a large number of car loads of alfalfa have been shipped from Salt River valley to Southern California, New Mexico and Western Texas. A compilation of figures fur nished from threshers' books shows that there were threshed in Salt Ttiver valley this year 13.907,000 pounds of barley and 5,992,090 pounds of wheat. Add to this the amount marketed by Indians, and the total prcducUofTne"' '-Vftlley in barley and whfaf U 20,320,- pounds. 'SytV'grains commanded good prices and a much larger acreage will be planted the coming winter. The area of fruit land is being great ly increased, and several thousand acres of new fruit orchard and vine yards will be planted within the next five months. :UiirW SiiiIiIi'm Mjijortly. Cochise 191 i avapai Mojave 11 Graham 214 Apache ." 207 Maricopa 3" Gila I" Pin.il - ,,S Total 1221 Tima county is yet to hear from and U supposed to be close, while Yuma gives Cheyney8 majority. I'rncttcal Work. Professor Galley in charge of the ex perimental agricultural stations in Arizona informs the Republican that" they have located four experimental stations, one at Phenix, onjejaflKsont one at Blaisdell, nine miles. &atr-czy Yuma and one about three miles south'" of Tefnpe. At these stations they will plant different varieties of fruits, plants and grasses and in fact propose to teat everything that promises to have economic value. It is also" apart pf the. s)n lo give the students of thn collegf's practical instruction at these stations. . What inducement for the collect ction N Is at ) 0f a display of Arizona mineral the World's Fair will be offered by ke Territory before it is too Jatei K IT. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1SS9, Baking Powder (-j 0 T J ' -