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V " . 5- A . nm fONE PECTOR. vol. v. ii rOMBSTONE. AKIZOXA. TUESDAY EVENING, JANUaUK (J. 1891 NO. 144 -lit 9- i I li I ftS I 1 j PROS IlIVIDD !Blg "il1 ;"JJL!lLl!!g"l"SL-.!!il,lliLl!EU! V U8I 13F v? im . r Hi' ,i .B $2?s OJ3 EXJOYS Both tlio method and results when Sjrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidney, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cores habitual constipation permanently. For sale Ja 50c and SI bottles by all druggists. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAM PtAtlCISCO, CAU tcuisriuc. at. w rcRx. k.t. HKlcrllAXOIKF- PIONEERSTORE Cor. 5th and Fremont Sts JOE HOEFLER - PROFF. suuaui General Merchandise. MINERS' and RANCHERS Snpplies a Specialty. AGIST FOR IMritOVBD AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, And the Celebrated Turbine Wind-Mills TENTS. 1 OON COVERS, Buckeye horce-oump, Fresh Garden Flowers and Field Seed Constantly on Band. mrTtf PAPAGO Cash Store, Fremont, bet. 3rd & 4th. FRANK B. AUSTIN Proprietor Staple and Fancy Iroceries Choice Brands of KENTUCKY WHISKV AND Grain of all Kinds K?t Conttartly on Hind aad SOLD AT LOWEST PRICES aa JE-umJLJL JCi JLxa a -OF ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES OossUsUy on Band J.lll JuAN A. GARCIA Custom House Broker. PAYS STRICT ATTENTION TO 1 .all matters connected with the Mexican custom house. Is respon sible for all fines imposed by the Mex ican government, but not for duties that the custom officers neglect to charge. All business connected with tbe Mexican custom house attended to with neatness and dispatch. AU papers and documents given immed iate attention at very reasonable rates. Aloaiinas, San Pedro, Sonara, Mei. C. B. TAB BELL. Undkktaciho Paeloeb or Watt&Tarbell New Hearse, New Good, Everything Aew. Collins. Caskets. Robes. Etc. rrom ttn rialsctt to tit risen ladr. The Columbia Iron Caskets kept con stantly in Stock. . Bodies Temporarily or Permanently Embalmed by the Latest Procesi. AJ1 Work tBtrotted to ua .bill bar ;tha elouit attention. Night orders left at Hare & Face's livery office promptly attended to. TOMBSTONE FOUND RY AND- MACHINE SHOP. MCALLISTER & McCONE. Prop'rt. Kis&of MH fid Mining Machinery, Heavy aa4 Lifhx Gutiact of Irca &4 Brass Madt to Order XXoutisc Ecjae MU to Order, and Eo- (loc Indicated aad Adjusted Aftcts for Albany Labricuioc; Otis aad Cootpoends Jo, r. ic-Ainicr, - - M im re r Apr h-ti, WM. HBTN, Custom House Broker, San Pedro, Palominas, Sonora, Meiicc. TOMBSTONE OFFICE: No. 119, Fourth St., Legal JRow. General Merchandise Stoie Liver Stible, R-sUa- 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.Lowcst Bates ST. LOUIS BEER HALL. For Ice-Cold Beer on Draught Go to THE ST LOUIS BEER HALL JJT2ZUSER. BU5CH BBEWINC ASSO CIATION, OK TT. LOUIS MISSOURI. Wholesale and Retail. Apply to mans ciTti i.. Buy your leaf lard, 12 cents per pound at Tkiboixt's. O.K. TV ATT. WSSiifl' Ml' GRAVID PRIZE MASQUERADE BALi, BE GIVES AT SKATING RINK. FI3I3XIUAJR.Y 4r9 '11 Dar Open at Ii3o. Grand Mareb 3. Matka Removed at IltM. After WLIoh Everybody Can Dance, No persons Allowed en tbe Without a Muk. Fio r Prises will be Distributed Immediately Following Unmasking. AIMliIUY Snrrlalort. s rrall tacUt rhlldrrn. IialfDrlre. lla.Urn SI rach children Mt rraU rach. Prizes will be exhibited in a few days at Mrs. lUfferty on Gtb street. DANCING SGH00L- Now open at MINING EXCHANGE HALL CLAPS MOHTS TUESDAY AN1 THURSDAY. CHIIJJBE.V'S CLASS WEDNESDAY & SATUUDAY ArTEKNOON'S. Wednetdaj Krom 4 1 6 ramrday From 1.30 10 4. Prirale Lessons at Reasonable Rates. Regular Prices for Gentitraeti -5 ceaU per Lesson. Ladict Free oa Class Nigliu. Soiree Every Saturday Night WALSH &. HAWKE. We hare the Excf usre Control at Ant don't hex to ofer a prlit to telt tUs Oomti,forlUtStBSTU4D EettyCankoitt ONE AND ONE HALF POUKDS. F. IV. WOI.COTT. Tombstone, A. T. Fruli Tree. The finest trees ever offered for sale. Moat all bearing trees, three years eld, all kinds. Also Umbrella, Chinese 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 and Second streets, Tomb stone, Arizona, by Wiixiam Bbauch. Sirnjtd or Stolen. About September 20th one small light bay mare with Mexican brand on left hip; white star in forehead. One bay horse 13 hands high; brand J on left shoulder and X, on left hip. A reward of f 10 for the for mer and f 5 for the latter. Leave in ormation at this office. 12 23 Josiah Keklew: "I have been all through the bad lands and know something of the terrible results of an engagement with Indians in such a country, there Is but htlla timber, some low IiilU and a few small streams scattered oer many miles of country. The Indians have much tho best of a fight in that country." Tho character of tho country is very similar to the country along tho slope of the Whet stone mountains where tho S. 1. road winds through such gulleya and around abrupt curved." N. A. GiUJAJf; "The disarming of tho Apaches on tho San Carlos reser vation is not as difficult a task as most people imagine. There are Yuma Indisns enough to do it and they would be glad of an opportunity. When they started in there might be trouble, but it would not affect the whites and if a few Apaches lot their live it would not bo a serious matter." .Macbeth's "pearl top" and "pearl glass" lamp-chimneys do not break from heat, not one in a hundred; they break from accidents, Tj'hey are made of clear glass as well as tough, as clear as crystal. They fit the lamps they are made for. Shape controls the draft; they are shaped right. Draft con tributes to proper combustion; that makes light; they im prove the light of a lamp. But they cost a dealer three times as much as common chimneys, and, as they do not break, he is apt to be anxious lest they stop his trade. Di minished sales and less profit are not agreeable to him. There are two sides to the question. Haveatalkwithhim. ittuburK. Czo.A.MACBimJbCo. The Temp News notices the depar ture of Mri. George N. Gape for Los Angeles and the arrival of Mrs. Tom Gregory after an absence of several months in California. The following officers were elected on Sunday last by Protection Hose Co., for the ensuing year. Forcmani J. Waters; 1st assistant, G. T. B ravin ; 2d assistant, Ed. Whismen ; secretary, W. T. Walsh; treasurer, L. Graf; steward, D. K. Wan well. Count Irlntin:r. Those who consider that Arizona pa pers are over paid should taste the foil' wing figures as presented to the Supervisors of Los Angeles County last Saturday: The first uid was that of the Herald- This was SO cents per inch for the first insertion and 35 cents for each subsequent insertion. The Times' bid was T5 cents for tbe first insertion, 25 cents for the second to the fifth, and 15 cents for the sixth and subsequent ones. The Evening Express bid 75 cents for the first insertion and 2S cents for each subsequent insertion. It if pleasing to note the growing sentiment in the east in favor of a vi gorous and unsentimental Indian poli cy. The Globe Democratic says In speaking of the future policy of the Government toward the red man He will cease fighting only when we put beyond his reach the weapons without which he would not dare to provoke hostilities. This is the plain and important lesson of the present disturbance. Tho Indians must all be disarmed, not for a season, but for ever, no matter how warmly the phil anthropists may protest againt it, and to this should bo added a law transfer ring the whole Indian business to the War Department, where it properly belongs. During the year just ended the Lead vil'.e district has had an output of $11, "93,892, 8-1. The tonnage has been greater than in years past, but the val ue of the ore has not iucreased in the s,ime ratio, owing to tue fact ttiat aJ great deal more steel and argentiferous 1 icon has been mined than in the past. D. M. Osborne Mowers and Bakes and HallaJjy WinJ-mills at Wo'.cott's Jlexloo'l. I'racri'M. The Tho Kenublicsin nealinir of the past year and what has beeu ac coinplUbed during that time in the re public of Mexico savs: "Durinir the year which closed yesterday, tho Re public has progressed in every way. e have over ten thousand kilometers of railroad, and some thirty thousand ol kilometers of telegraphs. Our fi nances are flourishing, and the subsi des due to the great railroad lines have been paid in tbe major part, and tho balance is being treated for settle ments. Lands purchased bv the English companies are now being stocked with cattle, and Mexico is sending beef for slaughter north of the Bio Grande, notwithstanding the heavy duties. Our mines have main tained their yield. Business has pros pered and the year closes with Mexico at peace with herself and the world, and with,her revenues steadily increas ing and double what they were ten years ago. We predict another pros perous year in 1891." YTnnta public Opluiou. A circular letter has been sent out by the Phamtx chamber of commerce which reads as follows: "The great Columbian Exposition takes place in Chicago in 1892-93 and promises to be tho moat stupendous af fair of the kind in the World's history. It is of supreme importance to Arizona that our Incomparable resources should be adequately, intelligently and sys tematically represented at the World's Fair. Much time, labor, expense and preparation will be required to accom plish this object. Recognizing these facts, and that an initiatory movement having in view this end, is necessary, the Pho-nix Chamber of Commerce respectfully requests your co-operation in securing such action by the peo ple as will inaugurate a movement which will result in a proper represan ta tion at said exposition. We believe that a Territorial convention should be held at an early date to consider this matter, and to Uke such action as may be necessary to obtain from the Legislature a liberal appropriation for the purposes contemplated. We would be glad to have an expression of the views of yourself and other representa tive citizens thereon at your earliest convenience". Miss Millie Shaw was shot at three times in Los Angeles last Sunday by her lover. One shot struck the steel on her corsets and glanced off. This is a strong argument against dress re form. A Correspondent of the Star writ itng from Fort Huachuca says: At a point neir Fort Huachuca I find our soil and climate not only ad apted to all the eastern vegetables, but with the aid of irrigation, producing vegetables superior in quality and quan tity to thnse of the eastern and cen tral western stales. I have successfully grown in my garden this year; cabbage, carrots, onions, beets, celery, salsify, tomatoes, squash, green peas, aspara gus, cauliflower, lima beans, early corn, egg plant, artichokes, lettuce, parsnips pumpkins, turnips and water melons, and cantaloupes of different varieties and of tho most delicious flavor. Tha beet also grows wonderfully in this country; they are very largo in size and very sweet in flavor"; so well adapted to our alakali soil is this vege table that I ,m sure it will be grown in the early future -in Arizona on a large scale for sugar. For this reason I have watched its growth with the greatest interest, and the rcsultis fully equal to my most sanguine expecta tions." . Subscribe for the PitosrECTun. Highest of all in Leavening Power. RoYzvI Sakin BY WIRE. News of. Importance From all Parts of the World. And Condensed Into Facts Without Comments. SPECIal. DISPATCH? TO PEOBPXCTOS. January 5th. In New York to-day silver was quoted at 11.01 , lead, $4.15; and cop per. $14.70. Omaha, Ned. A disastrous battlo is reported in progress within three miles of Pine Ridge. Nothing defi nite can be learned as yet. San Fbascibco, Cal. A special telegram received here states that Emma Abbot died at Salt Lake this morning of pneumonia. The body will be embalmed and sent to Chicago. Wasihsoto.s, D. C A report con cerning the relief of Col. Forsyth of the Seventh Cavalary by Genl. Miles, is confirmed at the War Department today. The officials decline to discuss the matter. Omaha, Nkb. A special was re ceived here just before noon, that Genl. Nelson A. Miles had been killed in an unexpected skirmish with the hostile, in which the troops were sur prised and surrounded The report is discredited at Washington. The department has not been notified of the engagement. Rcshville, Neu. Heavy cannonad ing is going on north of here this morning, but no news of the battle has yet been received. The Omaha Guards who volunteered their sccvicoe- have been ordered to hold themselves in readiness to move to the fight. Wichita, Kan Orders have been telegraphed from the military head quarters to Capt. Woodson of the Fifth Cavalry to disarm the Indians in tho Cheyenec and Arapahoe coun try. It has created the greatest anxiety among the settlers in Okla homa and Texas, as the taking away of their arms it is feared will have the effect of arousing the spirit of re sistence. Chicago. An Inter-Ocean Pine Ridge special says: Last night was one of feverish excitomeut at the Agency. For the first time the squaw men and half breeds remained up all night. The Agency however, "is too well guarded to permi . any large force to approach very close. Friendly spies say there are a number of warriors in the enemy's; camp who have worked themselves up to a con dition of frenzy similiar to those who committed suicide at Wounded Knee. They say they want' to die and are go ing to die while killing white men. Genl. Miles has his troops all around the enemy and could throw them all in any day and have a tremendous battle, but could not prevent small bands escaping, which would place the lives of many settlers in danger. By holding troops until a much larger force can be confined to tho reserva tion. U. S. GoVt Report, Aug. ij, l&Sa, pj ABSOLUTELY PURE wf- -'?'A;V,msl1 vC "w L . ' - r-v f "W Mb ( . " Jidati v' a . 1 TV . w z . -!' 53K iL ,.MJtmrir;t..:.;i. r .