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-J" - 5 , TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR. ? VOL. V. TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA.. TUESDAY EVENING, DECtiMBElt 2, 1890 NO. 117. ' -- , - StFJlPS is, . .sima. OJ5 ENJOYS Both, the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refresbiug to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation permanently. For sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all druggists. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. towsnui. xr. ncir rear. jt.r. tiKU'iia.iiHii. PIONEERSTORE Cop. 5th and Fremont Sts, JOE HOEFLER - PRCFh DIALZSCf General Merchandise. MINERS' and RANCHERS Supplies a Specialty. AUE3T FOB IHPKOVED AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, And the Celebrated Turbine Wind-Mills TENTS -GOH COVSIW, Buckeye i-orce-Dump, Fresh Garden Flowers and Field Seed Constantly on Band. PAPAGO Cash Store, Fremont, bet. 3rd & 4th. FRANK B. AUSTIN ... Froprictti Staple and Fancy Groceries Choice Brands of KENTUCKY "tfHISKl AJJP frsin nf -11 hfinrlc: VliU V. A.&.AAAVAW' Kpt CouitsoUx ob Hafidind SOLD AT LOWEST PRICS J9L. 3srT ull sd Lsa or ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES iVtaftUtMIr tin Hand ltl JuAN A. GARCIA Custom House Broker. DAYS STRICT ATTENTION TO T 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 custom officers neglect to charge. Alt business connected with the Mexican custom house attended to with neatness and dispatch. All paptrt and docvmtn hi t t iale attention at very reasonable rate. palGIi h San I'eiro, Sowra, Hex SAtilUFICB. Tlie Greatest Sacrifice Kver Made lu Tombstone. 1 Market Basket usually told at. $1 50 1 Celery Glass u " " 50 3 Table Goblets " " " 40 3 Tumblers " " M 25 3 Fancy ale glasses " ' - 60 3 Nest eggs " " " 15 1 Lamp complete " " " 75 1 pat. Fire kindler u " " 75 1 Jumping rope " " " 25 1 leather hat band " - " 75 $5 90 The whole entire above assort ment will be sold Tor 2 50 tf At Geo. . Kohle&'s. MOTICE. If you want fine ttraigbt whisky, of the most celebrated brands, drop into the Pony Saloon anS i-ti.'y yoaiacit that this is true. The Pony also car ries the finest brands of domestic an J 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 Hie finest for the money to be had in Ari zona. St. Louis Anheuser Hutch Lager Beer on draught at all times. No fav orites. Come all. John Shacohxessy, Proprietor. Fruit Tre. The finest trees ever offered for sale. Most all bearing trees, three years old, all kinds. Also Umbrella, Chiuese Mulbeiry 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 Greenhouse Plants of all kinds for sale at the old place, corner Fulton anil Second streets, Tomb stone, Arizona, by William Bbaith. jtPM my trees should be trans planted as foon as possible from No vember to January. nil A Voire romthr Judicial Ben'h Judge John Cbaaey. of Oieeola. Is.. sys: "I contracted sciatic and muscu lar rhanmatum in the army, and suf fered most excruciating agony for years. Dr. James Robert, of Osceola, advised me to tske Hibbard's Rheu matic Syrup. I bsve used eleven lot ties, aud find that it keeps me in good health, lean not recoraraend it too highly." For Bale by J. Yonge. Just arrived from the east, the fol lowing articles: Cape Cod Cranberries, Apples, Full Cream Cheese, Mince Meat, Zante Currants, Sour Krout, New Orleans Molasses, Boston Black Molassscs, at Hoeflzr'3, 024-t Hot Fur ni.bce!! L. A. Engle is now running a fast two-horse rig between Tombstone nd Bisbee, leaving Tombstone at 7 -.30 a. in. 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. Fitts Tombstone. Office at Bisbee at Langsdorfs stire. 9-22-tf. For a cut. bruise, burn or scald their is nothing equal to Chamber Iain's Pain Balm, It heals the parts more quickly than any other applica tion, and unless the injury is very se vere, no scar is left. For sale by II. J Peto. A. prominent physician and old army surgeon in eastern Iowa was called away from home for a fewdays; during his absence one of the children contracted a severe cold and his wife bought bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for it. They were so much pleased with, the remedy that they afterwards used several bottles at various times. . He said, from his ex perience 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 IL J. Prro, Drux-gfit. ARIZONA. What Secretary- Noble itccom mends for Our Welfare. The report of Secretary Noble as far as it relates to Arizona is filled with good suggestions and fatherly advice. The report is taken entirely from the governors annual report and as that has been published it would be super fluous to repeat it. The following recommendations of the governor are, however, warmly en dorsed by the sreretary as necessary and just toward the people of Arizona: 1. That an enabling act for the ad mission of Arizona as a state be pawed hy congress. 2. That all the public lands within Arizona be donated to the Territory, title to be passed upon admission as a state. 3. That all school iands within Ar izona be donated to the Territory for school purposes, and provision lie made for the selection of good sec tions in lieu of bad. it. That all Apache Indians on res ervations under military guard be dis armed, and that they be prohibited from the possession of rifled guns and fixed ammunition, and that it be made a felony for any person to sell Or fur nish the Indians such guns aud am munition under similar penalties as are imposed for the sale of liquor to Indian. 5. That if the Indians nre not re moved that the limits of their r:er vation be reduced, aud the mineral and coal lands on the reservation be segregated and made available. G. That congress appropriate funds for the erection of buildings to use in the public service in Arizona. 7. That the prowsions of what is known as the "Idaho test oath" be made applicable in Arizona. 8. That the act now before con gress, which provides for a fourth judge in Arizona, be passed. 9. That the salaries of the present judges in Ar'zona bo increased to ?5,O0O per annum. 10. That appropriations be made by congress to pay the governors and secretaries of Territories the amount allowed them by law under section 1845, Beviscd Statutes of tho United Stales, 1S78. 11. That the ;pay of legislators in Arizona be increased to f 10 per day. 12. That congress appropriate reasonable sum for artesian well bor ing in the Territory. 13. That all public lands .within the Territory be surveyed. The llnltinre of Ior-r. There is a great body of rnn-ertn-tive voters in this country alioulequil ly divided lajtweon the l" lificl parties, but i.i.i Mind (..ilown-oj eith er, and it i they who actually hold the baUnt-e of i.nr and decide thc close cn.itcst. While" neither patty can affor I to ahandon Its principles for the purp .u of securing this vote, yet neither can afford to drive it away by the advocacy of harsh or extreme measures. But the loss of this vote alone by the republican party at the recent election will not account for Iks overwhelming defeat it has suffered. It is evident that thousands of others who have confidently voted with thai party have cither determined to do so no more, or to enter at et one ef fective protest against its abuse of the power entrusted to it, and await future developments before deciding finally upon their permanent political con nections. From "The Recent Elec tion." by Senator Carlisle, in the North American Review for Deeem ler. Capt. Tcvis thinks two years cap tivity among Indians was quite enough. He lays no .claim to the fourteen additional years given him, by some generous scribe. The Cap tain can wile away an hour in a very fasinating way with a record of his experience with olJ Cochise ami his OrFU'UI, KKfOIlT. or ..- Mni s!'-ptrrasK cJ Coclitfte County. December lilSOO. Board met pursuant to adjourn ment. Present B. S. ColTiuan, Chairman. T. J. White and Juo. Montgomery, supervisors. Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. The following bills were allowed and warrants ordered drawn: Jno. Stevens, indigent... .. .$ 8 00 John Montgomery, team hire for board of supertisors on examination of roads and bridges 29 no C. II. t T. Co., furnishing tools and powder for repair ing roads C !5 S. C. Perrin. justice fees 47 75 A. Ayala, interpreting 2 00 S. T. Carr, constable fees. ... 19 50 C. Mason, road work 104 40 C. G. Johnston, justice fees .. 30 70 G. G. Berry, court commission 1G 00 L. A. Engle, conveying two in digent sick to hospital 4 50 H. II. Hollensttin, lumber for Lewis Spring bridge 30 00 A. W. Smith, repairing surgi cal shoe apparatus at hos pital 1 25 W. M. Constable, repairs at court house 200 lu W. Blinn Co., lumber for sewer at court house I 76 A. II. Emanuel, district clerk fees., r 23 10 Board adjourned to the 2d, at 10 o'clock a. :n. B. S. COFFMAS", Fbkd Castle, Chairman. Clerk. Mean. Uulne. The Globe Silver Belt ays that Prof. James I)ougla. Mr. Philip Oats and Mr. Ricktts arrived at Globe on Wednesday, their misiion being fraught with important consequences to Globe district. They represent Philips. Dodge & Co of New York, the largest opera tors of copper mines in the southwest and who hae bonded the Long Is land and otlipr copper claims in this district. A nninll force of men will be employed immediately to do assess ment work and about December 15th prospecting will be actively begun under the direction of Mr. Oats. The claims bonded are among the most ' promising in Globe. ' In alluding to the recently discov ered mail sack wi:li contents of the date of 1S79, the Silver Belt says: "It probably finds a solution in the fact that a huckboard, coining west irom Silver City, belonging to D. B. Lacy about that time was attacked by Indiana four miles west of Burro Springs, the driver, Charles Batchel dcr was killed, the mail takon out and liwt icvtjciel. The deceased when found had twenty eight bullet holes in his body. After one of the mules was shot Batchelder retreated to the cover of a live oak. That he made a gallant fieht was attested by the fact that where he stood, upwards of twenty shells were found. The attacking party, it is alleged by Mr. Al Sieber, were five Mescalero Apaches. A committee has been appointed by the nee ret societies of Tucson to devise meats for irrigating the cemetary of that place. After this has been satis factorily arranged, trees and shrubs will be planted. One proposition, says the Citizen, is to construct two 5000 gallon tanks' to be filled by areomoters and furnish a water supply to nourish a proper amount of vegeta tion. Still another is (o select a va cant lot. in common high enough to command the entire cemetery and construct a 50,000 gallon reservoir. This latter suggestion is made with a view of not only accommodating the societies, but all parties who may wish it. Frank Earle came in from Turquois but isfght. BY WIRE. News of Importance From all Parts of the World. And Condensed Into Facts Without Comments. SPECIAL DIBPATCUES TO PROSPECTOR. In New York to-day silver was quoted at 1.03 ; lead stronger, fl.SO ; . . . and copper nominal. $10.50. Adkansis City, Kas. A trader from the Osage reservation says the Osage Indians have begun a ghot dance and are very ugly and insolent. They are well armed. El Paso. Commencing last night the Frisco line established a through Pullman car service between St. Louis and the City of ilexieo via Burton and El Paso. The car will be attached ty every evening to the Frisco express leaving the Union depot at 8:15. Ciiicaco. A News special says : IJu-1 mors of lighting have been brought in all night and fears that the wont has arrived is groning hourly. Grave doubts are expressed regarding the ability of the troops to cope with the Indians on the war path. Salt Like 100 more Mormon ites from Kansas are en route to San Marcos on the gulf side of California They will bring with them 1500 head j of horses and cattle enough to sere as food foraeveral months. They will found a colonv. Dubllv The river Shannon hasj overflowed its banks at Athlone, and the town which is situated on luli t ' sides of the river, is submerged. Hun-' dreils of acres of farm land is undr water and the crops are destroyed. A large number of cattle have perish ed. Many families are rendered home less by the flood. Pap.is. Reports that were current among tne French fishermen that the government had surrendered the rights of Franco on the French shore of Newfoundland have elicited a state - ment from the minister of marine I . , -, . , , , .: I The usual proclamation fothidding that there ii now les qtmtton of ced-1 t,ie furni3hing ol arms to Indians has ing the French rights in Newfound-! )een j,9ued. But the Indians will land to Great Britain than there cter I set tba best arms in the market all , ., I the limn and whpn they get them "" """" ? they know how to use them. Io-keeps Washington. The scco.id session j le nn of Ue lateat patellU fire- of the 51t Congress opened ; esteWaj arms Globe-Democrat. at noon without any incidents outside I 7TT" I lb, What an H-wftit llrrlli. of the gene al order. Goo! nats.re.li Thero u not,liDg more i.MitMnl jokes were passed between senators Uan odious. . 'Xhe tronblo is that per and representative upon tho result of i sons are'afnid to eat them because of the last election and the best f they make the breath unfragrant. But . .1 there :s a less fragrant breath than that feeling prevailed. The Idge imitii-....... , .... me,n the gration bill was introduced, which wat the only one of importance. It pro vides for the control of immigration to this country in order to suppress the shipment "Of undesirable immi grants from foreign countries. Higher. t all .n Lr,ca:3 Power. u 1 & 1VU7 ABSCHITELY PURE Washington. A prominent Re publican senator said to-day: "There will be a meeting of the National committee called shortly. If Quay refuses to call it, a sufficient number of members of the committee can and will call it together. Then if Quay will not rcsigu he will be kicked out. However it is beliexed that Quay will call the mee'ing and tender his resignation bolh as chairman and member of the committee. That done Fassett wi'l be elected in his place and Mike De Young of San FrancUco will be elected the secretary of the committee. rou.-vrv itKCOitii!. T!ie '"E instruments were ! hleJ in the TeiordeiB office ince 3 p. in. yesterday: DEED. R 1. Sutherland to Colin Cameron, the "20' brand of cattle and horses ?1250. Sutherland Br03 to Colin Cameron -Pleasant valley ranch, $1. MORTGAGE. Colin Cameron to R L Sutherland 300 head of cattle to secure note of $750. r.lTCIIEK'S RECORD. Of ft'ra Sutherland as butcher at Fairbank with T Fitzgerald as snre- ''' iio'ri:i. AitttiVAi.. COOI1I3E. I, Fortnell, G Griffin, New Mex iro. PALACE. T Scbncll. Tracy, Cal : F 0 Karl. Turquois. SIX JOSE HOKfB. E Hanson, San Francisco; Wm iCrowhurst Tucson; Mr. and Mrs. , . .. z. Mrs. Mark Smith is slightly im- I prove.l in l.eami utu is miii cw.i.nru ! to her, lied. Her condition is not such. however, that warrants Mr. Smith to Ifave for Washington, although he is most anxious to be there just as won a.1 cicumstances will allow him to do so. The citv board of police commis sioners met last night and confirmed the appointment of Ben Hyde as po liceman and Fred Carnighan. as spe cial without pay. The Mayor and Councilman Hare were absent. No other business was transacted of im- ' portauce. . 0 breath of a per so a with a foul stomach. Take him a way, we inwardly cry when be whispers in our ear. Do sea thst jour breath is pure. Tale a few of UBAXDBzni'a Pills and regulate your liver, stomach and bowels' and your breath will be sweet. U. S. Gov't Repon, Aug- 17. $a Baking VvMLvt r fr ' ' &-- i i'il i i p --L K.