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Both tbo method and results when
Byrup of Fies is taken; it is pleasant
end refreshing to the taste, and acts
Erctly yet promptly on the Kidneys,
iver and Bowels, cleanses tho sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation Dermonentlr. For sale
in fin tia Sl bottles by all druggt.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAX rsASCISCO, CAU
tamsviuE. xr. sew roar, g.r.
Cor. oth and Fremont Sis
JOE HOEFLER - PRGPT.
MINERS' and RANCHERS
Supplies a Specialty.
AQJKST rOR IMPKOVED
nd the Celebrated
STf ' '-Lov COVERS,
Fresh Garden Flowers and Field
Seed Constantly on Hand.
Fremont, bet. 3rd & 4th.
FRANK B. AUSTIN Proprict.-i
Staple and Fancy
Choice Brands of
Graiii of all Kinds
Kept Coutu'Uj oo Hand as(S
SOLD AT LOWEST PRICES
CoaauetlT oe Hand i )ttl
-JuAN A. GARC
Custom House Bro)
DAYS STRICT ATTls
a all matters connect!
Mexican custom house.!
eible for all fines imposed!
ican government, but nn?
that the custom dtficer
chargp. All businesscafc,,.
the Mexican custom boose a A
to with neatness and dispvtcb jF
oilpapers ana aocuments ptraBMmf -
iaU attention at very reatc
O. R. V ATT. C. B. TARBKU.
Ujjdkktakikq Parlous or
New Hearse, New Goodi, Everything
Coffins, Caskets, Robes. Etc
From tbe Plalaaat to th Flao. 1.
The Columbia Iron Caskets kept con
stantly in Stock.
Boditt Temporarily or Permanently
Embalmed fcy the Latest Proeett.
All vr t: ainutea .. i. .umil fcTB tbe
t0 Night orders left at Hare fc Page's
livery office promptly attended to.
Charles Grsnyille Johnston,
ATTORXEY ASD COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Kill practice in all the Court of
C J ToMwsTOsf, EQ Sir: Yoa are tbcul. No
tary PaUic to Cediiie county who bas compliM -nib
tb reaoiremects of th Department and therefore tbe
ONLY a whocaa adramttter oaUi in casetcaausf
-dor t&c L-uv utace. loan very recpectlBUT.
fred v sur
FOUIT D EY
MCALLISTER fc McCONE. Prop'rs.
Kinds of MiH od Uitui Uc3u&cry, Hry u4
Light Outinci of Iron Jiod Brass Mad to Order
Houcinz EnttMf Ma4c to Order, and Za
toes Iadtcaitd sod Adjusted Agents for
Albsaf LnbncaUsc cJi and CompovacU
Jan, P. lt:AMlH(cr, -Apr
Custom House Broker,
San Pedro, PalomiDas, Sonora, Meiicc.
No. 119, Fourth SU, Legal.Row.
Gencr.nl Merchandise Stor
Liver Stibte, Restau
rant and Lodgings.
FOR SALE One 30 horse power
upright steam boiler, as good as new.
One steam pump.
Lot of work horses and mules, all
at reasonable rates.
All Brokerage Effected at Lowest Rates
$T LOUIS BEER HALL
5HXUSE8. BUSCH BEKWISC ASSO-
OIATIOK. OF ST. LOUIS'
Wholesale and Retail.
Appirt. jiAuris curzuji.
Tlie following marriage certificates
were tiled Mitli tho probate judge to
Robert L-ifunt to Mary Voile by AV
Antonia Mendobles to Guadalupe
Valeniuele, by J Frcri.
II J Temple to Phoebe E Kansopher)
by Charles Granville Johnston.
C T Carreoy to Ramona Martinez,
by J Freri.
Jesus Romero to Teresa Opodaca,
by J Freri.
No one need feel a'arraed regarding
the standing of the county's credit.
Martin Costello who is a shrewd finan
cier offers 95 cents on the dollar for
last year's general fund warrants with
accrued interest if offered in large lots.
Tht. -eiort copied some time ago
from the Tombstone Prospector, to the
effect that Erba Kosesoi. the "-.br,
well known in Arizona, wastlead is re
ported as a mistake by a friend of Miss
Robeson, who has just received a letter
from her. She is not, however, Miss
Robeson, her name having been chan
ged to Mrs. E. J. Carpenter. Repub
lican. The Prospector's information wa
gleaned from a Tombstone man who
bad just returned from Washington
State and said that he raw the funeral
procession. There arc many Ariionans
who look upon marriage as a death
blow and perhaps that is what our in
Slrajeel r Stolen.
About September 20th one small
light bay mare with Mexican brand
on left hip; white alar in forehead.
One bay horse 13 hands high ;
brand J on left shoulder and ,2, on
left hip. A reward of $ 10 for the for
mer and ?5 for the latter. Leave iu
srrr.r..:?:; s.1 this olfics. 12 23
Tli- Worl.l Knrlcht-J.
The facilities of tlie present day for
tbe production of everything that will
conduce to tbe material welfare and
comfort of mankind are almost nnlim
itf d, and when Syrnp of Fig w8 first
produced the world was enriched with
tbe only perfect laxative known, as r
is the only remeily which is trulj
pleasing and refreshing to the Uete
and prompt and effectual to cleanse the
systex gently in tbe Spring time or
in fact, at any tiice. and tlie better it it
known the more popular it becomes
If you want fine straight whisky, of
tbe most celebrated brands, drop into
the Pony Saloon and satisfy yourself
that this is true. The Pony also car
ries the finest brands of domestic anJ
imported Brandies, Wines, Ales, For
tcrs, and all kinds of liquors. Ice
Cold Drinks of all kinds a specialty.
The Carmen Key Vest 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 far-
orites. Come all.
Constal) e S le.
By yirtueof an execution issued out of
Justice Nat uake'a court of No.
one precinct, county of Cocbite, Terri
tory of Arizona, dated tbe 27th day of
December, l&'-fu. in a certain action
-wherein Ott Gmsebhofer as
recovered injgmesl assinst
Russell for tbe sum of one bnndred
JCa ninety dollars (8190 ) and costs
jtoonntiigio llie snm of twont j one
nd 55 100 dollar S21 55 on the 27tb
day ol iecemuor. lsw.
I have levied upon tbe following de
scribed property to wit:
The "Morning Star" "The Stars and
Stripes" and the "Virginia" Mining
claims being situate in tbe Vrrn min
ing district Cochise county, Territory
Notice w hereby given that on Tuea-
day tbo 20tb day of Jan. 1891, at 11
o'clock a, m. oi tnslday in front oi tue
Court Hone in the City of' Tombstone
county of Cochise, Arizona, I will sell
all the ricbt tills and inferestof tho said
Jofapb Russell, in and to tbe
above describe J property at public auc
tion for cash in band to the highest
and best bidder to satisfy said exe
cution and all sosta,
l..wu a.... .a WW -.
Tlie Tr. usurer Must Pay Out no
Money on Old Warrants.
County Treasurer McAllister posted
a notice in front of the Court House
last Wednesday which shook the in
coming administration Irom the foun
dation up. lie announced that be
was ready to pay out-standing general
fund -warrants issued during 1890,
since March 1st. It did not take long
for Allen English to get to Benson
and takd the next train for Tucson
where he hunted up Judge Sloan and
returned last night with a restraining
order iu his pocket, which was duly
acted upon by the 'Urh of the districts
clerk's office 0:U morning, wno ?lled
out the niessary papers which we"
ser-io ty Sheriff Kelton as his first
official act. The complaint as written
by Mr. English recites that all of the
warrants issued since March last were
in violation of the Harrison act, which
allows only evidences of indebtedness
to a four percent limit on tho taxable
profltrVi in -he county; that the
"Wolfly" funding act proidcd for the
funding of thoutstanding indebted
nes of the counties by tho issuance o'
bonds and if the money now on hand
wtuoh it was proposed to pay out for
these warrants-some $26,000 were piad
-their would be no money with which to
run the county during the ensuiugyear,
as the "Wolfley" act prohibited the
issuance ol evidences of indebteduees
after Jan. 1st, 1891, after which time
county affairs must be run ou a cash
basis. Judge Sloan issued the order
and at the next term of court argu
ments will be heard upon the point of
making the injunction permanent.
There are outstanding warrants
against the general fund of ?3G,0oC.-19.
All ot these warrants bear ten per cent
interest per annum, but it is possible
nothing will lie done for thcrelief of
the hoi !eis of them until the legislature
meets when a funding act can be pass
ed which will cocr these warrants.
Who rules in this town ?
Depends on the question up.
The lamp-chimney ques
tion what sort do you break ?
Whatever sort your dealer
How, do you think, he
selects his chimneys ?
He buys those that cost him
least; he can get the regular
price for them; and the faster
they break the more he sells.
That's how he reasons.
Tell him you want Mac
beth's "pearl top" or "pearl
glass, " tough glass, transpar
ent, clear, not foggy, 6rie, of
right shape and uniform. Tell
him you II pay him a nickel
more a piece, and that will
cover his extra costs twice
DveivTell him you don't pro
pose to break any more. Try
your nana at ruling.
OXO. A. AIACBXTS & CO.
Ilor to help 3 our licctl?"-
Almost every day wg feel the ur
pleasant sensations of indigestivi.
TryAllcock's Porous Plasters arul
o!aiDtiffirelier.?!-iJ'F-IUvenPor, of CaMX
T --lf X- V. V U cI.
"OOEepUfSie, .-ew rv -,irai
.J.A.ll .. . xl i , ei.t.l.l.ul t
j nave oyt very mucu Lj
with a violent pain below -J' chest
bone. I wastold byscversphvsiciani
that it wrs rheumatism-of the dia
phragm. It resulted iriracold and
exposure. I had very little appetite
and dizested my food with great diffi
culty. I placed one Allcock's Pordtis
Plaster below the breast bone and two
on each side. In the course of twentj-
1 four hours all pain ceased, and I was
. , . ... ,, ,nMt - POO1 .uare
meal, something I had not done before
in two weeks. I got better constantly,
and tbo end of even days found my
self entirely wdl. Since then I have
used Allcock's Porous Plasters for
colds, coughs and pains in my side, and
- ,4U3, vVUiO ....t ' . .j
A I'nculini- Order, 1
The Mexican government has c5n
eluded, since the result of the lJbt
jiecuon became Known, that the Ne
Kinley bill is a bad measure and thai
ill of its provisions are equally haul
Itjhas therefore concluded that anjj
legislation directly opposed to ils prp
lions must necessarily be good for
their country. They have made the
first step by prohibiting the importa
tion of any raw material into the
country wfthout paying duty. Which
is a direct flop from the position her
government has taken heretofore.
The Lower Californian published at
Ensinada, Lower California, has the
following to say regarding ils probable
effect upon the manufacturing in
dustries there: "The matter of the
Mexican Government issuing an order
to the custom officials here by which
all manufacturers who hold con
cessions are prohibited from importing
uc: "i duty the raw material used in
the manui,"' of their goods, is of
absorbing interest to tbe people of
Lowe' California and particularly to
those to whom it directly applies. Al
though we are loath to believe that
the Government has any other than a
solicitous regard for the industries in
this colony, which under inducements
held out by tbe Government itself
have been established here with the
privilege as expressed in their con
cessions of importing raw materials
necessary for the manufacture of the
various products, it is most difficult to
find a reason for this sudden move
ment on the part of the Government
by which all such importations have
been stopped. The fact of the matter
seems to be that the Government
authorities do not understand tbe
situation here and have but a faint
idea of the magnitude and importance
of some of our industries. The least
that could be done in justice by the
the Government woutd be to recon
sider the matter."
The Republican of yesterday says :
It is understood that a deal has been
accomplished whereby the Gazette
changes hands to-morrow. Messra
Johnstone and Dunbar step outwivh
J tho sale of their interests, anrLThemas
Fansh, as Editor, and 3.h. B. Alexan
der, as business manager, take charge
of the sheet. As slll be seen by the
names, the glides will remain Uie
same. Mr, Farish has had much ex
periencc j journalistic work and Mr.
Alexander is a rustler of the first class,
so the team may be considered a strong
Tbe production of Colorado mines
during the year was as follows;
Ounces of silver 19.-143.28S
Ounces of gold 218,294
Tous of lead 54,596
Pounds of copper .2,39C,2GS
The value of the production, calcu
lating the lead, copper and silver at
their average value, during the year
was as fullow :
H. Gill Tucson, G. Oaks Sonora.L.
SAN JOSE HOUSE.
L. A. Boedecker Brooklync
Dan Twomey Emerald. Emil Hirsch
L LouLf, H. R. Hanniger Bisbee.
Subscribe f5fNJhe Prospector.
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News of Importance From all
Parts of the
And Condensed Into Facts -Without
SPECIAL ElgPATCHKS TO PROSrSCTOK.
in ;sew lork to-dar silver wi
quoted at L0i , lead, fe.10 , and cop
Preliminary plans for the Govern
ment building at the World's fair were
received from Washington to-dav.
wide and 450
feet high. It
when the boar.
building 630 feet
The dome is 1C0
on January 10.
Majority in tl
I solution and wit
dence whatever i
and B. M. Read,
from Santa Fe Ct
C. F. Easly and T.
candidates on the
This action gives t.
jority of tio on join
The business fi
throughout the Unitt
ear of 1890 as report
& Co. arc 1O-.807 in nu
115 greatef'than ldr
increase xaVer 1S89, k.
a veij large
as against ?148,000,000 an increase of
S-fl.OOO.OOO. These are the largest lia
bilities since 1873, when they amount,
cd to sfKO.OOO.OOO.
In the New Mexico legislative
assembly today' the democratic ma
jority in the house by simple resolution
and without taking any evidence
whateer, uuseated J. B. Mayo and B.
M. Read, republican members from
Santa Fe county, and admitted C. T.
Easly and T. P. Gable who were can
didates on the democrat ticket. This
action gives the democrats a majority
of two on joint ballot.
The Times-Democrat, San Antonio,
Texas special says : Brigadier General
Stanley, who spent eight years among
the Sioux, thinks a war will follow the
fight at Wounded Knee, as it only re
quired bloodshed to arouse the Indians.
He was in the City of Mexico when
Sitting Bull was killed and .returned
immediately, as he believed trouble
would ensue. Speaking of the Indians
be said that if once they smelt blood
they could not be restrained. An
Indian will enlist as a 'scout to fight
other Indians and be ready when bis
term expires to fight the scout. As
soon as tbe troops begin to disarm the
hostile, he added, they will fight. It
is worso than death to an Indian Jo
take away his arms or put him in the
guard bouse. For this reason he does
not believe that the fight began by Big
Foot's band was premeditated, but re
lieving them of their arms was too
much for their pride. The Fifth in
fantry of this department which has
been held in readiness for a month to
go to the front will probably be order
ed to move at once.
U. S. GoVt Report, Aug. 17, 18S9,
DVii? BjA":JOTb--found tbcraick and
CoiuUbl I effective."
Buy your leaf
UrJ, 12J cent per
'-iJomioaifSarf Pedro, So,
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