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wnmmt SB IB&&.r .1 1! ? & &Js, 11 rv . i A- VOL XII TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY. DECEMBER 5. 1891 NO. 1C1 ' VD 111 A in. - E ?r in IS., :t - FRESH OYSTERS. Received Every Tuesday and Friday 25 cts Per Doz GEO. H. PITTS. STILLINTHELEAD! "With the finest and cheap est line of Furniture, Carpets, Matting, Linoleums, Oilcloths Wallpaper, Crockery, Glass ware Picture Frames, Mould ings, Mattrasses, Pillows, Window Shades lee Cream Freezers, Refrigerators, Baby Buggies Bird Cages and -Sowing Ma chines. Bed Rock Prices GEO. E. KOHLER, rrllc. la win tMh r riLCC, u4 at art wmyUiy rtfcr tbtfUtt. IT ca and HH.lf 7 sirfclj fctxr ttaMrt,M4 men y r m. ZM&mkm. ftUftC. Iftftftj prtf AftMrtrft, j ea cua sun t iM, riTiaf fts r t t wiL ftw ft4 W ! r b4 w lftM,UJ1U jf ! for H ftpcriftl ftUIU SmmmM to Owttrj If -wmij fr 1T . " Mart T twni&himf rttW? TaoaW tmm f IIM gmtt atfidta rra4 ja wfUUto tiprfT . tfcat rirtu iHiwrtut lite Uhv KMiltttUM ItltfUNNlaw. Fall fwrtfralan fr-. trte wrtu ait ne. iMrtM, tilZOICOi: NOTICE. To Holders of City Contingent n . j- Tirj., x-uuu, ir uu;iH. Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of a resolution by the City Council adopted at a regular meeting on Dec. 3d, 1891, J will redeem Con tingent Fund "warrants of the City of Tombstone, registered up to and exclusive of July 1st 1890, if presented at iny office, which is atr the office of the County Treasurer, with in ten days fronf this date. In terest ceases from this date FRED FUSS, City Treas. -Dec. 4th, 1891. 95O0 ItcrarI. The above reward will be paid fot information that will lead to the ar rest and conviction of the parties who took 9 liead ofhorsps from our San Joee ranch pasture, brand -Tv. 3 head of horses branded I T 7 were left in.thaar place. Owner cat bare same iy calling at flan Jos janefa. H. Whttbect: L & C Co. by Joh S 8. Kobsdfs, Manager. .bbbbibLIbkSv WORST FORM ECZEMA UafllI IWt Medical Skill for Eight Months. Cured In Two Months by Cut I cum nemevdles. Thli 1 to mtifr tht & child of nise fcad Eexema "jo U worn form, mod which b&H34 the bel medt al MH that could be employed bre. Tb Utile f afferrf tu wrapped In aguaj for at leatt eight that time IU aatfcrtDa was alto ply aatold , tbra I began the oae of the Cv TICVRA UEXIDIEt, In two mODtfca tb awful dlaeaja bad erawd tu TMippaac, mod xny dtr. Dn j boy had reat, aod la all appearance the dla eaae had jicUed, but I coetianed the medlHaa for eerer month after do trace could beaeraof It on any part of hU bodr The doctor hens watched the dtaeaae with tnnch tntereat, and eooM oolr aay-WcU doaet" The eao wa ksawn far aoa wide, and eTerybody waa machaorprierd. Bo thaoV to Cctictka KzttEDtzs. Could there be anjtblDg on earth that would caaae a father to re. oioe It aarely wonM be when the little ItiDoeent'Ooe coaU have each a remedy at hand, fee portrait herewith.) J. A. 2JCOKESt Banker Ulll, lad. A chili tsi brought to me with chroolc ecteixa that had defied apiendid treatmentfrorn many good doctor. Aa a regular M. X ahojld hare cootlDned aimlUr treatment, but thought It vvcleae. bo put It cs CurtCTBAfl. The chUd Ii welL a U OUENEV, if- D-, IXonf Ia- Cuticura Resolvent The Deir Blood ad Skin rnrUcr, lnunillr. nd icnrcM, the rr 8Un Care, n.1 Vcticvka bOAP, tL cxqal'iia SUa IatL1r( rtrnull;p la. r Lti'ly rKere &od t peedll core every 4i mm! huocr of th skin, ocmlp, and btoorf, with Iom of hair, frum IoImbcj to get from pliupl to KrofoU. Sold eTerywhrr. rri, Crncum, 50c: Soir, 25c., KCSOLTZ NT. JlJOO. rrrpuni by Uu 1'mu Daco 4XD Cazmui. CnroKiTlo, Ikxuo. 3- Peod for " How to Coro 8l!n DtKiM," W pis, M ISsstrariou, ml 100 wUuoaUb. niQV'O BUnaadSnlpporieMt aid beatied UrtOI O by CmcCKi Sor. Abwlately pure.- WEAK, PAINFUL BACKS, Kidney od Uterine TiXae and Weak. uet relteTcd In one mtanto by the Cntlrnra Antl-fHlli I'laatrr. the only Innantaneous pado-kHHn'- pUster. Notice ol Nalr. By virtue of an order issued out of the district court, Testing in me the power to sell that certain property known as the Kin near cattle rancher, I hereby offer for cale the following described property to-wit; About 1200 head ot cattle, of which 450 head are steers from 2 to 4 year old, balance are cowg, heiters, .bulls, etc. About 120 bead of hones, mares and colts. Also two ranches: one, of SO acres with improvements thereon, such as on adobe dwelling house size 50x50 feet, one adobe barn 35x100 feet; with outhouses, corrals, windmill and pump, troughs and water tanks built of rock and cement. Also farming implements, tools, backboard, ranch wagon, harness, etc. Second ranch cf 1C0 acres with im provements: two small houses, well, water troughs, corrals etc, These ranches are patented, are located on the north side of the Whetstone mountains in the foothills itDu oio COu5iurcu tile bvt Catuc ranges in southern Arizona. Parties desiring to purchase any or all of this property can reeive further information by addressing H. GEawEiif, Keceiver. Benson, Ariz. Strauss' Riveted Overalls, per pair $ 55 Strausa' Jtivited Patent Pants per pair 1 00 C,H.&T.C. A. large line of holiday goods just received at Yaple's. Parties wishing first choice 'should call and select be fore pxxls arc displayed. n!4tf Just received 2 carloads of Anheuser ind Budwciser Beer, Wieland and Fredericksburg Beer. oStf Paul B. Wabseebos. Try Hoefler's fresh Cape Cod Cran berries, Eastern apples, Eastern Full Cream Cheese and Sour Kront, the best in the market. o21-tf Fare to Bisbee via Engle's stage line reducedto $2.50. nl4U If you want the finest Burbank po tatoes, silver akin onions or easterr plpaes try Hoefles. "Horse Shoe" Brand nailed miners boes per pair $1.70. C.H.iI.Co Crown Mills Flour, Fresh Back wheat and Graham Floor .and Meals jtut itoeired at Hoeier'a, ;n the labor fielos. The reports from tha phosphate dig gings in Florida, show the industry to be unprofitable. Isdiass who live along the Pacific railroad in western Canada make a living by selling polUlied buffalo horns. One of tholarge&t hop growers on the Paciftc coast got a growth of 5.51W pounds of hops on an acre of S10 hills. A yield of 1,000 pounds to an acre in the average yard is considered fair. The coal production of the United States in IbVO was Ht.229,513 short tons, valued at the mines at fclGO.SeivK. The anthracite yield waa 45,000,47 tons; bituminous and lignite, 95,G9,02S tons. Uecxxt reports from the ISahamas state that the cultivation of sisal hemp is proving to bo a jrrcat success and the product will soon amount to 00,000 toui annually. The quality is said to be very fine. A si.nole steamer recently carried a cargo- of copper valued at 5310,000 out of Lake Superior. This is said to have been the most valuable cargo which ever passed through the St. Mary's canal in a single vessel. - JOLLY JOKELETS. " No Women ix this Case. "1 see they've really opened Cleopatra's coffin," "Well, whatof it?" "There wasn't any woman in the case. Truth. Van Dcbeu "I. want to know some thing, Miss Amy." Amy "I have thought for years, Mr. Van Dudcr, that that was just what you wanted." Miss Smilax "There comes Uiat Mr. Wooden again; he torments me almost to death with his attentions." liulfinch "I know; he never did have any sense." IVoston Courier. A Reasonable Demand. He (an grily) "Come, it is time you gave me an answer, yes,' or no. Otherwise I shall think yoa are trifling with me." She "Xow don't be stupid. Jack; you know I cannot answer until I find out whether the count is serious or not." Things One Woclu ItATirEi: Have Lett Unsaid. Painter "Would you believe it? This is the picture they've thought proper to reject. I'll be so bold as to say there are not twenty better in the whole exhibition." Friend "Dear me! is it such a poor academy as that?" London Punch. FOR THE INVENTORS. " Tax heating of tailors' flatirons, used In pressing garments, is one of the new applications of electricity. A document envelope that works like a telescope, adjusting itself to one paper or to fifty, is a recent invention. Connecticut last year took out more patents in proportion to prpulation than any other state in the union. To save the finger-nails, an ingenious fellow has invented a pocketknife, the blades of which are made to open by touching afspring. A KcssiAN electiician is said to have lately patented a process of photograph ing and engraving on metals by means of electricity by which the etching method is entirely dispensed with. According to tne recoras of the patent n4Ht& law nltM wi.nlw ....wn .. tion from inventors than that of the registry of street car fares. The dial is used more generally than any other de vice in the large cities. mX. , t THE DOINGS OF NATURfc. Cotton having a beautiful red color Is being grown in some parts pf Georgia. Yucca blossoms efcht and a half feet long from base to tip are said to be abundant in the San Gabriel canyon. The fall of rain in the mountains of Southern California has greatly in created since the formation o'f Salton take. A cabbage stalk on which fourteen heads of cabbage are growing Is on ex hibition in the office of a New Bedford (Mass.) newspaper. A rABMEB in Jefferson county. Wis., dislodged a huge rock at the bottom of his well, when it sank out of sight, re revealing a subterranean lake. In the village of Itio Grande, six miles north of Cape May, X. J., there ire two weeping trees, from the limbs of which rain falls to the ground daily, and the hotter the day the heavier the fall of moisture. r GATHERED AT COURT. Thebe is a fine of five hundred dol lars for practicing bj pnotlsm in Cincin natL The new postal law makes it larceny to take a paper and refuse to pay for it. AMinneafous lawyer entered a de murrer to an indictment a;ra!t a pris oner, charged with having shot sev eral fine hogs beloagin? to a neighbor, on the ground that the shooting of the animals increased their value, as it saved the owner the expense of killing them. Elijah Hayenb, a prominent citizen of Windsor, Conn., had one Jde of his face shaved when he called the barber a fool, and the tonsorial virtuoso com pelled him to go home with the wind blowing fifty percent.. A. local justice has fiacd-tV -fc?f "dollars for LrcccUx. l .1 . DASTARDLY DEED, New -York City Stocked by a Most Horrible Crime, Russel Sao-e the Object of ' a Dynamite Bomb Thrower. The TIi rower Blown to Atoms Several Others Killed and Sage Serinuslr Wnunded, A DEMON'S WORK, Nkw York This morning shortly after 10 o'clock' a man ordinarily dressed entered the waiting room lead ing to the office of Russel Sage and asked to gen him. His request for an audiencou as denied and the reason given that he was too busy. This seemed to incense the visitor and he began to talk loudly and angryly, at the same time walking up and down the room. Mr. Sage hearing the noise came out from hi office and asked what the trouble was. The mn approached him and greeted him at the same time handing him a letter. Mi. Sage opened and read the'con tents in which the stranger demand ed 12o,000, failing to receive which, he would kill the millionaire and all in the building. Mr. Sage after read ing the note looked at the man and started to go. In an instant his hand was raised and a bomb was thrown. Before leaving his hand it exploded with a loud report and shattered everything in the building. The build ing was shaken from cellar to roof. Sagn was severely injured. The stranger was torn into a hundred pieces; legn, arm?, head and body were scattered in every direction. There was nothing left by which he could be recognized, with the eiepp tion of one legoutaide the building, which had been shot through a win dow and has been pronounced that of a woman. As Sage emploped no woman around his office, it is , sup posed to be that of the Ftranger. On his clothing which was found around the trunk of li'ls body was a pistol. No other article not even a scrap of paper was found by which the bomb thrower could be identified. The confidential clerk of Sago was instantly killed. B. F. Morton was mangled beyend recognition. Frank Robinson had his head blown almost from his body, J J Slocum was cut around the head and may die. Chas. James was badly bruised and will be crippled for life. The immense build ing was so shaken that it has been rendered unsafe. Neverjnjfore in the history of New York was excitement so'great as today. 0,000 people have stood watching the great edifice where he crime was committed. Sage bad received threatened letters for many years but had paid no attention to them. Jay Gotild has of late received many of a similar nature. There is no clue to the source of any of these letters, but the fact that at last one of these threats have been earned out baa startled the entire city. The work is thought to be that of a society that seeks the division of wealth. The deed is thought to have ben committed by one chosen for the work by lot and who knew the an ful consequences to follow the explosion. The failure of the bomb to explode, he would havo resorted to tho pistol. riXCKY WOMEN. San Fbancisco Two women con fined in tho city jail were frustrated in a bold attempt to break away last night. Thoy had dug a hole through the wll and were only waiting for darkness, to skip, when the hole was discovered. IsSOW. Winnipeg A snow storm of great dimensions and far reaching in its destruction lias prevailed for 48 hours. All frains are blockaded and traffic is entirely suspended. AID FOR THE STABVING rKISANT. Minneapolis Tho first time in the history of th'a country to afford relief to tho famine-stricken peasants of Russia, has originated in Minneapolis. The scheme is to send a shipload of flour to Russia by the middle of next January, and the. 5,000 merchant millers of America are to be asked to help. The cargo will be 3,000 tons or C.000,000 pounds, worth $100,000 to $125,000. iThe Russian Minister to Washington has .been communicated with. Railroads are willing to give transportation and the deal will be closed as soon as the Russian minuter is heard from. Minneapolis millers will give twenty-five carloads for the cargo: FIFTEEN KILLED. St Paul The south wall of the Mason block upon which 25 men were nt work, fell to the ground last night burying 15 of their number in the ruins. They are all supposed to be killed. It will take a week to recover their bodies. There was a heavy wind blowing at the time and the wall had' not been properly r ecured. TARR D AND FEaTHEKED. Dallas, Tex H. J. Dean, a sup posed correspondent of a Kantas City newspaper, was abducted vrhile cut driving last night, taken three miles out of town and tarred and feathered and ordered to leatc Dallae within four hours or his life would be forfeit, ed. The authorities are working on the case. FOSTKR IMPROVING. Washington Secretary Foster was able to sit up for several hours today, but is still too weak to leave his room. A Gold Watch and $204. That is what every Agent receives who gets up a club on our $1 per week plan. Our 14 karat goldfilled cases are warranted for 20 years. Fine Elgin i.r Waltham movement. Stem wind .ind set. Ladies' or Gent's size. Equal to any $50 watch. To secure agents where we have none, we sell one of the Hunting Case Watches for the Club price $28 and send C O. D. by express with privilege of examination before paying for samp. Our agent at Heath Spring, S. C writes: "Your watches take at sight. The gentleman who got the Itat watch said that he examiued and priced a jeweler's watches in Lancaster, that were no better than yours, but the price was $45." One good reliable agent wanted for each place. Write for pnriieulars. Empire Watch Co. d5 ly New York. COIKVI'V KKCUKUV. Ti.o following instruments wem riled in the recorder's office since 3 p. m. yesterday j. , . IKKI. Sam Wilhite and wife to P J Mur phy "Lopei" house Iii,be.. $1. iirtANi). Of Jose Valencia, Tombstone, in verted P R. A .tloNt Vuluiilir Aemt, -II- ARWHAKirr, M. D., 95 Jackson St., Brooklyn, N. Y., writes: "Being fAmiliar with tho stimulat ing, healing and anodyne properties of Alicock's Poitous Plastjsrs. I com mend them as a most valuable agent in the class of disease for which thoy are intended. The stimulating action when worn oter the gastric regions materially aids in restoring strength and digestion, and the con sequent building up of tissue and re-: storing tone to the general system. It is "reported that Coconino and Pinal counties have gone against the constitution although it will take the official count to determine this fact. . . Mr. and Mri. Trainor, the Ut of tho Tombstone colony that settled in the Oso Negro mining camp have re turned to Tombstone. Not ce of Sale. To all to mom it May Concern: Take notice that a small clay col ored pony branded on left hip thus diamond with extention on three sides bo'h hind feet white was left on my ranch for pasturage in Fb. usry 1831 by a person to me unknown and the charges for said pasturage now amounts to twenty-five dollars which has not been paid, and I am unable to rind thename or residence of the owner of said pony. " Now therefor after sixteen days from the first publication of this notice tcnit on the 22nd day of De cember, 1891, in front of the county court house of this (Cochise) county al one p. m. of that day, I will sell id pony al public auction tt puy said charges and costs of sale. Christine Cheistansox Dated December lth 1891. 4t Cranberries, sweet potatoes, Penn sylvania Buckwheat Flour, at Wol- i-ott. NeAV Home Sewing 3Iachines Just received at SYDOW'S Just lite thing for Christmas presents. Sold on the Install ment plan. 242w On I-cLr Acuiu. The Maison Dore has been a little under the weather of late, but the clouds have rolled by and this popu lar place is again shaped to cater to the wants of an exacting public who Appreciate good living. All of the bixes have been placed back in their old position and private parlies can be accommodated with any kind of space desired. Maison Dohee, w. Allen street between 4th and 5th, Juet received an invoice of Fine Old White Rye Whiskey at o21-tf .. Hoefler's - Wolcott receives Oysters Tuesdays and Thursdays each week. ,. Alfalfa, Timothy, and Espersette esd. Warranted pure at Hokflkr'h. All linen collars, per doz $1.00 All linen cufiV, perdoz 1.50 C H. & T. Co. Choice brands oi butter and oilmen at flofifler's the pioneer grocer, on Fra s,ict and Fifth strxt li'i Fob Salb A two-room cabin, fur nished, in a good locality. For sale cheap. Inquire at dltf Hoeflkrs. Xti AG Cr .C dm ruM ... quoted at 94; lead, 54.25; and cop I per, $11.00 ; '-'