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' VOL XII TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 22. 1891 NO. 1G2 zL zWi- 4 Ab bciihSTEAK Baby's Fearful Suffering: from Skla DUease Covering; Kntlro Body Cured by Cutlcura My h.ty wu Ukcs Te: iftDthi old. &zm Id a few i.ty wu ukcs Terr riu vbui m thr Id, aim In fc few Ut bra breaking out aployed bfltfc OS t!i bo doctor, ad tlwj "W eaiDlored Nitt of t?ibo doctor, aad tlwy cauLl ia nathiuir fif bin. T&rt w eCt for U bt doctor la Kttoa lUpidc, Mid., and h doe- ici4 urn wr ito k, a&d he M TftrH U th time, Jul ib I took blu to i Jaekton, to doctor L bosttoajeiJty I to U& diMun, id then & rot verve thaa i tAt-r. Tbcoltoldroy husband e bod lHr lr tt Ctticcka KEiiuiti wr wr; did not ! any Idea I try w&uid do aty good, bulla U than tvoaoatL from ib Mroe wo kejaa Brtr them to 11m h wat utlr)y wall, aad not a ap.it oa fa-aa ll'.i hair bc&n growing rUht oC. and thoot b would atvav t UtLM..deC TJtw nnpotco hU Who; bo V. fie-. 4 t4, my hi now aad yea, bat w!ru wa a rw a Vert-etenk. bo poor tor m not anvtMnr but ton, and o wa b couM i rsellhr b i J i r h Jin. ritANK liABUKTT.WlafitU.Mlch. Cuticura Resolvent Tbo new blood and PUn rnrerf and prtt of Humor Re-wdm, cleaor b bkmd f all Irapuri. tlc aud potouou eWtncnt, a'"! Uiu remat the cau, while Ccnccu, tbe preit etln car, and Ccnccm. tQAT. an xquUiU Jdtt bcaallfler, etr tb Wln aod acalp, and retor the hair. That the Cuncciu. Rsxedics cum every ;cie of ltcbinr. burning, acsJy, Jmply, and blotcby kia.tcalp, and tluod diMe, from plajvt to acrofuU, from Infancy to ageawbentb be jjbTicln fall. Bold everywhere. rrfe. CrTtcnta, Joe.; Boar, 5ic; IUtotTxyr. $1- lpeprei by ta Tottsb Dsuo AitD CncmcutvCoKrotLiTiox, IUtn. Ji-beaJ for "How to Cure lliuod IieaKa.M nt nV'C fcla R P115 " beautified DADl U by Cutbcck Boj.r- AUorotely pure. RKEUMATJQ .PMHS InoaemlDatethCutJcur.aAni Palu ri"Ktrr rtiTf Tnmrotl eel atlra. Wp, ll-lnj . rst. aid nuscuUr GRAin) PRIZE Masquerade Skating Carnival AND BALL. ON THANKSGIVING NIGHT. AT THE SKATING RINK. Grand 2Iarch, Sffl, Unmasking atlO&O, Dancing at 1Q-.S0 Doors Open at 7 O'clock. Maskers tickets, adults $1.00 " children.. 50 Spectators tickets, adults'. 50 " children .25 tffMusic by the celebrated 11th In fantry Huachuca band. Prizes on exhibition at Mrs.Gallen's dress making parlors next to Wells, Fargo & Co's office. TAX SALE. Notice is hereby given that I will sell at public sale in front of the city hall between the-iiours of twelve and one o'clock, the property upon which city taxes are delin quent and against which a judgment was given in the District court Tuesday, Nov ember 10th. Sale will continue from day to dav until all is disposed of. FRANK RYAN, Chief of Police, and ex-Offi-cio Assessor and Tax Col lector. n20 TO SALESMEN: We offer free samples, express prnpsid. We are pying ?2,000 a year to twenty agents 8Bd $1,000 a year to over seventy. tf E ?. 0. Box 1371, Ntw York. f. ll-12tf Olmrcli Notices. .11. i:. Cliurcb Rev. F. V. Downs, pastor. Sunday school at 12 :15 p. m. Services at II a. m. and 7:15 p. m. Morning Subject; How to Obtain Power from God and How to Use it. Evening Subject : Second sermon on The Benefits Which Chriftianity Brings to the "World. Pour new members will be received into the church Sunday evening. All are invited to attend. Ir?bj-trlaii Church. Rev. C. R. Nugent, pastor. Sunday school at l :15 a. m. Services to-morrow at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. Morning Discourse : The Heart of Christianity. Evening Discourse: Something Sharper than Sharp Practice. You are cordially invited to all these services. A. respectable, fair looking working girl dpsires a . position , as 'cook or housekeeper. Has had eight years experience. Age 22. Reference if desired. Please address Miss Lily Smith San Francisco, CaL Judge Boon of Deming is a visitor to Tombstone, being interested in the Johns and Burns case. The Judge is a typical frontiersman, full of original ideas which go to make up ths west &t we now find Jit, and which, twenty years hence will know them only in memory. Would that there were more states men in Congress with the manhood of WolcottjOt Colorado. It looks as though more republi cans than Democrats favored state hood. With another month to dis cuss it in, it would have no opponents I wouldn't care if the constitution was a sieve " said a prominent Bisbee republican today. "It's statehood I want, we can revise the constitution afterward just as every state in the union has done." Not a man in Arizona has dared to get upon a rostrum and oppose the question of statehood. All of their arguments have been like those of the boy who throws a lock at his teacher from a safe distance and then takes to his heels. The anti-statehood element have no argument to stand on save their own selfish desires. Our statement last week taken from the Prospector with reference to the case in court of David Johnson vs Joe Mcndenhall, we are reliably informed was in error. No case was made out of it. We make this correction out of justice to Mr. Johnston. Stockman. The statement was taken by the Prospector from the minute book of the court. We make this statement out of justice to the Prospector. SCHIEFFELIN HALL. Thursday, Friday & Saturday IVOV. 19, JO fc SI. Anton Zamloch, Author of Refined Illusion and the Wonder Worker of the World. In Hj Original PBKEXMIOX FESTIVALS We pre more and better presents than any other gift tnow in America. "Best show of the bod cur v&ted Austin." Austin Trx, Statesman. Zamloch it drafting crowded teasel at th Alcaiar" San Francisco Chronicle. "We have enjoyed his entertainments more than anything we nrcr witnessed ar the Old Salt L&Le theatre. Salt Lake Tribune. Admission, (with 3 envelopes).. $1.00 Children, (with 1 envelopes). . .50 SILVER ABLAZE. The Denver Congress Solid for Free Coinage-Arizona has a Voice Great Activity in the Navv Yards. Train Robbcrv D. P. Roberts for Kecister. i. XOBLE SEXTIMEXT. Denver The speech of Senator Wolcott was the event of the day. There had been a strong pressure brought to bear upon liim to take a neutral ground upon the question of free coinage. His speech was ono of his grandest efforts? He closed his remarks with the following sentiment which caused every man on the floor to shout himself hoarse: "I should be glad to folio ar your judgment in all with one possible ex ception, and no matter what the re sult of your deliberations may be, as a loyal son of Colorado, and no matter what may be the wishes of the major ity of the party to which I belong, or its chief executive, and no matter how much my course may remote me from the sunlight of official patronage un til some new light crosses my vision, that is not yet dimmed, I shall so long as I remain in public, vote for the free and unlimited coinage of filver. FLORENCE DEAD. Philadelphia Wru. J. Florence, the actor, died at the Continental hotel, this city, at 8:30 this evening. Death came as a startling surprise to those in attendance upon the sicic man for the reason that his condition had been considered as improving during the afternoon and evening. THIRD tarty, iNDiAKArous The supreme council has declined to hear any protest against the sub treasury or land loan schemes. It has decided to issue a call for a national convention of Al liance men of tho United States to consider the protest t Memphis Dec. ICth. died. La Junta. Col W. H. Brotherton, the man who attempted to trundle a wheelbarrow from Sau Francisco to Chicaco on a wager, died here this morning of mountain fever. TRAIN ROBBERY. San Francisco A Chronicle special gives an account of the rubbery of the overland train on the Northern Pa cific last night. The robbers number at least six men. They took charge of the train and ran it to suit them selves. The express car was blown open and the messenger compelled to open the safe. $20,000 was secured, A rLClt FOR ROBERTS. Washington Dolphin P, Jtoberts of Evansvilie, Indiana, has Ireen ap pointed register of the general land office vice Townsend, resigned. POWERS OF ARIZONA. Denver At the session this morn ing, Mr. Powers of Arizona, advocated in an impressive speech advocating the free and unlimited coinage of sil ver. He discussed the use of silverfrom i rli .bialory to t'ip present time I Brown, of Aspen spoke in favor of a I metal party, Senator Steuard in ans wer to an assertion made on the floor said that he did not own a dollars' worth of Comstock shares. Judge II. Moes of Colorado, rpoke in furor of unlimited coinsge. The cuthusiaeru throughout was immense. gkaxt. New York The G A K request that the government purchase the Drcxel cottage where Oram's remains arn and assume control of the same, meets with general approbation in the repub lican league circles. The league heard reports from various stales this morning showing progress made which was satistactorv. NAVAL ACTIVITY. Sax Fi'axcisco The U. S. ship Newark arrived from New York last night she nill take stores and am mu nition and start for South America at once. The U S ship 'rian Francisco has gone to Mare Island for repairc Work will be prosecuted night and day with the aid of electric lights. She will sail south in 8 day. JfBW v. s. sexatog. Washington Governor Jackson of Maryland, today tendered to ex-Rep resentative Charles H Gibson in this city his appointment to be United States senator from Marylyml until the legislature tills the vacancy caused by the death ot Senator Eph riani K. Wilson. Tlittt Terrltilr Couzh. In the morning, hurried or difficult breathing, raiting phlegm, tightness in thechest, quickened pulse,chillness in the evening or sweats at night, all or any of these .things are the first stages of con mi n it ion. Dr. Acker's English Cough Kemedy will cure these fearful symptoms, and is sold under a positive guarantee by J. Youge Druggist. A letter from Martin & Rundle who are located at Telluride, enclosing a year's subscription to the Daily "Shoot Off" is before us. Winter is strongly intrenched in Colorado. Everybody has gone to Denver to the exposition. Telluride sent four drillers and four wrestlers to compete for prizes. The Lady Godiva mut have had exceptionally long hair tince it com pletely concealed her lovely person. Since Ayer's Hair Vigor came into use such examples are not so rare as formerly. It not only promotes the growth of the hair, but gives it a rich silken texture. Captain J. H. Tevis of Bowie Sta tion, has been in Tucson several days in consultation with his physician. The Captain is beginning to find that the long years of struggle against rentier life arc beginning to tell on him, and that he is not so rugged as he was twenty-five years ago. Star. Preparations tire being made at the university for the expected min- intr machinry. A roomy two- story structure, COxSO feet will be complete by the end of this week for its reception. Prof. Comstock does not expect to have all in readiness for experiments earlier than the middle of -January. Citizen. roROVF.It.riKTl VKAKJS. An old well-tried remedy. Mr Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for "over fifty vears by millions of mothers for their children while teeth-, ing, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays rl pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It is pleasant to the taste, bold by Druggists in every part of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Its value is incalcu lable. Be sure and ask for Mrs. Win slow's Soothing Syrup, and take im other kind. Xaiiilucli. The house was not too crowded for comfort last night, and everyone was in a good humor. The tricks were different from tho first night and more marvelous. Tho cabinet trick was executed in a manner that has never been excelled. Two men tied down by a committee consisting of Messrs. Hook, Tarbelt and Scott White, changed positions, untied themselves at will and Unfiled the closest scrutiny to discover the iueth(db employed. The bottle trick was very clover. A committee called upon the stage were treated to wine, cigars, yards of ribbon and the fla6s of all nations from the same bottle of ordinary size. , Tricks with cards, transferring water from a bottle to a pot of ink, and the ink to the bottle while the latter was held by one ol the audieuce. The lat ter were also treated to coffee made lrom paper ou the stage without auy ingredients but paper. It was hot aud palatable as was also tho milk made the s.ime way. Numerous other incomprehensible things ucre done which ket tho house in good nature. Mrs. Win. Vincent won the capital pnze, a beautiful dressing case valued at $20. Many books, albums, water sets aud valuable pluoh articles of ue were distributed to ticket holders. To-night will poatneiy be the last night, with an entire change of pro gramme. . Arc Your Cltillr-i iuljeet ti Croup? As a preventive and cure to croup, Cbamberli.in's Cough Kemtdy has no rival. It is, in fact, the only remedy that can always be depended upon and that is pleasant and safe to take. There is not the least uanger in giv ing it to children,, as it contains no injurious substance. ,For sale at 50 cents per bottle by H. J. Pkto. The Youth's Companion make an Autumn gift of the beautiful paintihg entitled "A Yard of Raes" to each vt its five hundred thousand subscribers. Any others who may subscribe now for the first time, aud request it, will receive the "Yard cf Roses" without extra charge while the edition lasts. Every family should take this brightest and be-jt of illustrated liter ary papers in addition to its local paper. .V .Iot Vulilillii: ,tsrnt. II. AltMHARlr, M. D., 93 Jackson, St., Brooklyn, N. Y., writes : "Be.ng familiar with the stimulat ing, healing and anodyne properties of Allcock's Porous Plasters. I com mend them aa a most valuable agent in the class of disease-) for which they are intended. . The stimulating action when worn over tho gastric regions materially aids in restoring strength and digestion, and the con sequent tuilding up of tissue and re storing tone to the general system. IIOTI'.I. AHUIVALS. COCHISE. A Casey, Turquois. J. McMahon " W H Skinner, Benson. PALACE. B H Kent, New York. T H Sutton, Los Angeles. J H Striedenger, San Francisco. F M Main, Nogales. Thos Van Wagoner, Pueblo. 8AN JOSK HOUSE. J A Logan, San Francisco. Arthur Marks " " i dilutee of Time Commencing Sunday Nov. 22, stages will arrive and depart as fol low: Stage leaves at 7:15 a.m. to connect with trains for Bisbee, Nogales and points south' Stage leaves at l:4a;p. m. to con nect with trains both east and west from Benson. cif4r.A arriri tpitli "rrmil and nrnrpua from the east and we'sl at 11 a. m. Stage arrives with mail and express quoted at 04; lead, $4.25; and cop from the south at' 5 p. at. nI9-lw per, flL70 - - Sfiirer Home. Mr. Chas. Ruter who is stopping in Tombstone, is at'the head of ono of the ltrgest sampling works in the United States located ot Pueblo. Ho will erect an immense plant at El Paso and is soliciting ores in this vicinity. The new works at El Paso will sample ore by putting the whole carload through the crusher and rolls, all the machinery for cutting samples being automatic to make assays of silver, gold and lead. And as soon aa the assay is made the pulps are sent off to the different smelters who will promptly wire their bids and the ore is sold to the highest bidder, by tele graph, the shipper receivinghis money for his ores from the sampling works, which guarantees the ore to assay the sample. AIieri!cI Letter. Tho following is a list of letters re maining in the general delivery at the Tombstone postoffice for the week ending Nov. 12, 1801: Alcxandro Belagga Joseph H Dorety Amanda Gallego Chas Hickman Sarah Kelly J C Pratt, Anton Reyoa W H Parks William Uenne Benjamin Lodge Ne 7, Parties calling for any of tho alove letters, will please say "advertised' and give date. W. A. Harwood, P. M. SIO Kcivar!. Lost or htrat e From the neigh borhood of Corn's ranch in the Hua chuca mountain, a small bay mare mule; had on a leather halter, was shod. Ten dollars reward will be paid for'her return to I.. Hart's gun store, Tombstone. IS :lw J. W. Bodrio. All linen collars, per doz..,. . ..?1.00 AH linen cuffr, perdoz 1.50 C. H. &. T. Co. Wanted A eituatinn as foreman to take charge of a first class grocery house or general mrrchandise slo.'o long experience. A. C. Doan, 1212 Santee St., Los Angeles Cat., 18-lw Ti.e following instruments were tiled in the recorder's office since 3 p. in. yesterday : DEED. Will Baron anl wife to D. Ro&etti lot 20 Dlock 3(511. Wanted A voung or middle aged woman to teach three small children and nit in general housework. Pri vate room furnished. For terms write or apply to G. W. McLane, Fort Hua chuca, A T. n3w "Horse Shoe" brand nailed miners shoes per pair $1.70. C.H.&T.Co. If you want the finest Burbank tatoes, silver skin onions or easterd plpaes try Hoefler. TryOrnshed Java Coffee-something new at Hocfler's. tf A large line of holiday goods just received at Yaple's. Parties wishing first choice should call and select be fore goods are displayed. nl4lf Strauss' Riveted Overalls, per pair $ 55 Strauss' Rivited Patent Pants per pair 1 00 C.H.&T. Co. Crown Mills Flour, Fresh Buck wheat and Graham Flour ,and Meals just received at Hoefler'g. J. H. White's Fresh Ranch Butter at Wolcott'a. 7-19-tf . Fine Zinfandal claret at f I per allon, at Hoefler's. In New Yoik - 8ilrer WM i m JF- Stal on tale at Yaplt's. 1 ."!&i?!i.ii.