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lJ' -, (r - . . . - - ., . ' -, - - -- - -' 'iv tiW.ir.i.() - , .syi ? ' - . - L I1 tm, .' TTiw:D-Air M I JTHE. EPITAPHf -? w . tf .f JTHB - EPITAPH j g J Suu-WiiKtT Tombtose EriTArH K ygarll B vm llxv -?Ji an -v a MM AAi J&f 4f & Wife WA S Wrfnesda). and bundjy. contains all fij I "" $ win pre all the news aad ui be sent ffl M I U L TftlRW Iflft IrT IT ssffllifTP II 9171 I jMi Til Ell' Si the nw, oft' v. as (I appears In pi I S ,"j,iddre"for I ILRII I i 111 II Ifti I HI lil lr J HI I II mil II! ill . S """. a B Tlireo Months Toy 1 (jj " WWfe,rgpl4pP ffV fl Wtflp1 af' Cj jp.J Ooillrj a Coy. JO , EDITION. v ' i yOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1893. NO 119. TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR ?v awsq.gov. hku proclamation I ... ,uir D,.,0 I &S CUf 0 DV .llinr i . VTO nuHGroVer Cleveland-. ,n tl.. ah.de. I '" E CRACKS. PJW KY tW I K I' 3SSv.. V T V TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR Citv and County Official Knpcr UBUSHED EVERY EVENIKG (ElUKPT SDHDAY) Js. BT S. C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE: fremont Ht.. Oppo.it. City Hall. Bitowd tata.Tjab.toa PwiChu saocad liu master qj UNC S8LSM9H 1000E NO. 6. r. a. a. h " A MEETS THE THIKO SATUK. .4 day in each month at Masonic Hall. ; jtt JVi Visiting Brothers in Rood standing ' arc lamed to attend. Special meet iapwhea the fllgis hosted on the HalL A, L. Gaow., W. M. W. C. Rs-ad, St PROFESSIONAL OARDS. I'BltIK C. K1KLC, SSAT AND MKALLUBGICAL LABOVATOBT. OFFICE So. 310 Fremont itcet, oppoiiei Car Hall. J. v. ou.xm'v. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. ujes Street Oppo ite O K. Corral. Tornb 3L stone Anxooa. Collection Made. IIEUKIM. IIKKHI.Mi, ATTOINETS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. o FFICE Tonjhnut Street, between Third and Fourth B.-lo the Court House. C . CI. alt It. -, ATT9.SET AN.D COOSSELLO. AT LAW. OFFICE -Fourth Street. bcteca Allen and Tou?hnjt stre-ts. Tombstone Will prac- tiee in all the co arts o the Territory. "" ACnsi J ITRlUUf, H. I. PlIVSICIAS ASD SCEGEON. rCCSOV, ..... ASIZON'A. 1 t -lv TMaJ- i CURE 'YOURSELF! i-'s'mroi.blrfw.tbC.miorrhJ riWlrT...., li r . - - a uii. niics rTHTmatorrEjfi-fct. orsCTt:ncaturaldlshim'-aE STnur drngclst for a botUe cl I Biz G. It cores In s few dark I itliont Hie tl J or rmblicit 5 cf a gnncwr. on roionou ara 7uarautea not to ttricture. t IxtorrsaX Axurtcan Cic Mmnlactnred 1 - Tfc Eti23 Ccekal Ca! CINCINNATI, O. THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITE :. MosC Perfect. IMade, EASILY'LEARNED I J BESTMAIFOLUER! BOLD CY IXSTALLUEX7S. S..D roa c.T.Loaca .so T.axs. rtXL un' irrivurii r.r.a J. M. ORMSBY. Territorial Agent. Tucson Arizona Choice Fruits Scvr and Kare Varieties. Chunpion Peach. eiAet and best, 40,000 Russian and other apricots. No 1. 8 J tu tJ per too. Jiooo ifjtth of boolJ for farmaj frait grors. etc.. pven as premiums with or ders for nursery stock. Local ajenti uanted. Write for price lisVand caulojue. Address Emporia .'lurwrr. W. R. Gibson, Prop. Ji Emporia rCnsii . S .v"'! JrM C Bank of Tombstone Capital - SlOO.gOO. G"eo. Baot. ...--? rreadent Geo H Cajuxl - - - Vke President R. W. WOOD Cashier Will Transit t General Banking Business, Bieaaace. Reed Depoaiti . CoUecnona made UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA. Sd Year begin Sept. 27, 1893. fT'HE Catalogue announces important chang i. which will Eire added facilities, and pr ode for erery possible need of j any Arizona undent of other sex. TUmONREE. 7t hae an able corps of instructors. Our equipment Is complete and excellent in all departments. CCOMMODATI INS COMFORTABLE, aorses are off-red in many subjects, Profes- aiuu.Tua.i'il Uterary, Scientific and .Star Art and Business. ntetrCalefoeo- MLTI0.B.OHBTaGIC Praaideat of Faculty, XocMia Aril DOHn MOYl what a comfort it is to Lavo ready at hand a remedy that never fails to relievo Constipation, and that, without pain 01 discomfort; and almost immediately cures head aches, and "dispels every symptom of Dyspepsia. 6uch a remedy is found in Simmons Liver Regu lator not a sweetened compound to nauseate, or an intoxicating beveraea to cultivate an alcoholic appetite, but a medicine pleasant to the taste, and perfectly harmless when given to tLo smallest child. S. L. R. never disappoints. It possesses the virtues and perfec tions of a reliable remedy of the kind endorsed by eminent physicians. It affords me pleasure to ndd my testi mony to those jou ncelse annually la reference to jour sa'uable medicine. I consider Simmon. Liver ItesuUtor the best family medicine on the mark. t. I JLe prescribed It with excellent tin. tj ' W. F. I-ajue. iL B . Tracy Cl ty. Tt t n HKKCaiXDHE. Pioneer Store Cor. 5th and Fremont Sti. JOS. HOEPLBR, ' Prop. DEALEX IN General MMu GENT FOa lUrKOVED Agricultural Implements and the Celebrated Turbine W d Mills. Miners and Ranchers TENTS, WAGON OVERS, BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP t2" Fresh GardeL. Flower and FieM Sctui Coasunti j on Hand. ' ST. LOUIS . BESR HALL For loa-CoM Beer on Kratish THE ST LOUIS BEER HALL MftAJTBZUSER BUSCH BEIWINO ASSO- 01AT10S. OF ST. LOUIS WP MISSOURI.-' Wholesale and Retail. APPT to VAETIN COSTILLU. J. V. VTCKERS FREMONT 8T REAL ESTATE, MINES, MONEY AND IKSURH"E REAL ESTATE Boucbt. Sold and Rented. MINES Bouitht, Sold, and Managed. MONEY Loana Negotiated, and Inrestnunt INSURANCE Fire, Acddeni and Life. Bes' Companies, iowest Kate. Ttamn tmmmem atnm to Cmmctioj Acnso-Gov. IJjkuc&'s proclamation put Grover Cletelantl's in the shade. The forme' actually eavori of turkey while the latter has a c oir Haor. While the U-piitilicHti are u-ing their turkeys lu adorn the heads of their telecraph column", the Demo crats are complacently nursing theirs for Thankcivitic dv. The supreme court ul Ilia United btates has rendered an opinion that the tomato is a fruit and not a r&e table. Epicure will no longer life them for salads. Just think of a salad tnado out of fruit. Bah! The board of supers isora of Pima county has asked for Judge Sloan's removal on the ground "That he lacks executive ability, and that his acts are arbitrary." The president vtill prob ably wonder how lie could have served four j ears without his faults h-ving been discovered before. The Yuma Pumping Irrigatfon Co.' property will be sold on Dec. 11 to satisfy a mortgage of $30,000. This enterprise has dune much fur Arizona in the nay of advertising our re sources in a practical way and it is to be regretted that its promoters should ouuer even temporary embarassment. The American people are not fools, as is shown by the remit of the elec tion held on Tuesday last. They hold the party in poner to a strict ac countability and sheti they uo not live up to their teaching something drops. The Democracy nil) be strong er for the lesson it hat been taught. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment vtben rightly used. The many, who live bet ter than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy. Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax ative; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers and permanently curing contipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid neys, Liver and Bowels without weak ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug gists in 00c andSl bottles, but it is man ufactured by the. California Fig Syrup G. only, whose name is printed on every package.-also the name, Syrup of Fig, and being well informed, yon will not accept any substitute if offered. CLOSING OUT! Commencing on taiay, Sept 12tf "We will close out our entire stock and' continue the sale until October 1st CHEAP FOR CASH. Call early and secure match less bargains in SMOKER'S ARTICLES. CUT LERY, ETC. STORE FIXTURES, BUSI NESS PROPERTY, AND X, HOUSEHOLD GOODS. FOR SALE. A.C0HN&BRO. en Flad a Small I'ortua litwcu the Hoards of uj OIJ Moor. A cigar dealer was recently com pelled 'to more from Ins down-town stand, which he had occupied for thirty-live years, because of the demo lition of the old building, bays the New York Times. lie packed his belongings with many a sigh of regret. When he had got his things all out he turned totheuork men who were waiting to begin tear ing down the building and remarked, in a rather sarcastic tone: "Well, boys, you may have all you find in this old trap." The workmen began on the old floor, which had been worn into hollows by age. It had not been replaced since it was originally laid. One of the men ripped up a board with his crowbar, raising a cloud of dust. When he got it out of his eyes he saw something shiny in the crack. He picked it up and it proved to be a dime. Further investigation revealed the fact that the crack was lined with silver. This was an incentive to the work men. They plied their crowbars with remarkable energy for men poorly paid. In this instance they were amply re warded. In every crack of the iloor silver dimes were found. Some of them bore datesof nearly half a century ago. The men gathered the coin in handfuls. The cigar dealer, in speaking of the occurrence, said that he hadn't the slightest idea that so much money could be lost through carelessness and a poor floor, even in thirty-flve years. "But it won't happen again, he added. "When I heard of it I immedi ately gave orders to have my new store reflooreduith hardwood and no cracks at my own expense. THE PERFUMED MIST. A rectUUr rrodurt of the Northeast Wind on Portion or the I"recrli Comt. On certain parts of the coast of France, including the channel, mists occasionally appear which are general ly called "perfumed mists." They come in the morning, especially during the spring, and, strangely enough, only when the wind is in the north east. Sometimes they last only for a few minutes, atothersthey hang about all day. They have a characteristic Mnell similar to that of a limekiln. The origin of these mists is a mystery. In one district the inhabitants thought the smell came from some limekilns some miles to the northeast, and they may have been right; but this was not an explanation of the phenomenon, be cause the smell from those limekilns could not havebecucarried by a north east wind to all the other places where the mists were seen and the smell noticed. In one of these places the northeast wind comes from the sea, in another it comes overland. The smell does not, therefore, necessarily come from the ground. During the past few weeks the northeast wind has been very prevalent and the mists frequent. The best explanation given is that the blustering northeast and east winds sweep up the dust, gases and germs of the ground over which they pass, and drive them toward the sea. When this wind has continued for some time it contains such a quantity of these things as to affect all our organs. That is the cause of the complaints which appear when the east wind blows, and it may be the cause of those "perfumed mists." ,..-. . . BELATED OF THE RENOWNED. "Mother" nicxEEDruE. the well known hospital nurv during the civil war, now resides in Ilnscll, Kan. IIott Sheiuiax, Lso. , one of the sur viving brothers of the late Ren. Sher man, is chairman of the independent citizens' movement at Salt Lake City. Capt. IIaoxcs Amiebsox, who brought the Viking ship from Xorvray to-this country, will deliver a series of lectures in the northwest on "Xorway and the Vikinjr Ship." Yi'iujxit it. Evakts, the famous law yer, who lately celebrated his golden wedding on his farm, realized at one time an income of over S50.C00 yearly from his practice. His fancy farm at Windsorj VL, absorbed most of lt- Oslv one of the brothers of Horace Greeley" is now living. This is Ilarnes Greeley, who issnearly eighty years of age. He lives on the old homestead at Chappaqua, and has the 'reputation of being one of the most voluble talkers in the country. INDUSTRIAL AND STATISTICAL, I.v a single season the locusts or grasshoppers have cost the western farmers two hundred million dollars. TriERE is a salt mine at Wieliczla, an Austro-Galician town, that has been worked for sixr hundred years and is still yielding fresh supplies. Tnr.nz aro.25,S17 miles of canals in the -world, of which-13,293 miles are In Europe, 4,470 in the United Slates, SM in Canada, 2,240 in India and 5,2T0 are in China. Tjip. oil dealers have just had made a photograph of a relief map showing the oil-bearing districts of the United States. It is a map seven feet long and fifty inches wide, and shows the States in which there are oil wells. I u w asvM a, it U ai 4Ah T .;k V Carter Harrison's will bequeaths $950,000 tobodhided between his four cluldrec. Gresham has addressed a letter to President Cleveland taking g'rong ground in faor of reinstating tliei queen of Honolulu, and withdrawing U. S. control oicr affairs in Hawaii. Another battle has been fought be tween the British forces and 7,000 of tho Matabeles. According to a state ment only three wero killed and scicu wounded of the British force while fully a thousand Matabeles perished and a-com!to rout made. During the five months the Ferris wheel revolved on Midway Plaisance 1,153,611 people paid a total of t'id,- S05, at 50 cents each, to riue. Tho company paid off bonds amounting to $300,000 and after pajing operating expenses and dividing with tho expos ition, oer $150,000 was left for the stockholders. Tho Tamochian Indians made an a'tack upon the custom houte at Palomas yesterday, and routing the thirteen guards present, looted the place. A large quantity of arms and ammunition and $300 in money were taLcd. The Indians numbered fifty and went away as suddeuly as they came. Oue'guard was badlynounded in the fight. In the House of commons the war carried on against tho Matabt-les was the subject of much discussion. Mr. Lubouchere moied that the chartered company bo peremptorily ordered to top the massacre. The government replied that it could not assume tho responsibility of ordering a stoppage of hostilities. PICKINGS FROM THE PRESS. Tailless cats with purple eyes are common in Siam. I.AnriK licds of oysters, unlike those of the cast, Iiave been found in Alaska. WiiiiAst IJ ioax, of Hutto, Tex., owns a calf that chases and eats chickens, feathers and all. Tnt year "93 began on hunday, and it will end on hunday, thus giving fifty three Sundays to the J car. ErEEiUECTs made in the tobacco cultivation throughout. Europe have not given much promise of success. ATTEirrTs have been made to pro duce spider bilk, but haTe failed, the feroc'ous nature of these insects not permitting them to live together in communities. Emma Goldman tells a Sew York in terviewer that she loves nothing bet ter than a bath. If Emma doesn't look out the anarchists will be reading her out of the party. The mountain of Fujisian, in Japan, is actually in motion. It is 12,400 feet above sea level, yet the power of the winds in those quarters causes it to sway from side to side. TnAT part of IJoston known as the north end is strictly of a cosmopolitan character. On a certain street there are displayed signs in Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Russian, Hebrew, Norwegian and Danish. AFFAIRS OF THE HEART. Wiiex the hair of a Roman bride was dressed for a wedding, it was always parted Willi trie point 01 a spear. The wedding ring is worn on the left hand because, in symbolism, the right hand is authority, the left obedi ence. The wedding wreath is reminiscent of the age when the bride was always presented with a bouquet of symbolic flowers. In China all arrangements for a wed ding are made by a go-between, who also does the courting and makes the proposal. I.v most churches of England a ring is kept so that embarrassment may be spared in case of forgetfulness of the parties concerned. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Govt Report. ABSOLUTE! PURE A FRIEND Speaks through thff Eocthbay (3Ie.) EtghUr, of the beneficial results r has received from a regular use of Ayer'j Pills. He says : " I was feeUns si L ami tired arul ray stomach seemed all oi't of order. I tried a number of rcmedie. tut none feeireJ to ple jdo relief rati! I v-s Indue M to try tl e old relia ble Ayer's Pills. I hive ML n only one box, but I fee? Ilia a netranaiL 1 11 .a; tner are the most plea, int and easy ! talcs oi anytliln-1 eter used, being so rnely isar coated that even a ci.JtH.rilI tal e tbt-iu. I urge upon all 7ho are in need of a laxative to try Ayer's I'.lls. Taey will do good I'r all diseases of the Stomach, Jcr and Bowels, talie AVER'S PELLS Prepared by Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Every Dose Effective V v ST. MATTHEWS SCHOOL FOR BOYS J SH IM.TE0, CALIFORKIA. " rocxBED rx tys A Crrt-cUM sctKiol for boys .f f rAm S torST.aor.r,thorc?hyattlostll.ni for to. tent collestt. and luilT.rslUM or TbU cbool oZcn tfc? &1r.ntaff as cf A iwviiuui minima, unti.., watuiih Iboroufh tralD'cr nd eldaous car. r r tii bralt. maniiam anl morals or all It tiODlla. RrftTtire rvCTilrMl la .U .a. sn'l rorratfttf eca. L. Ear. AU HIJ LLS LKKT7X2, I. D . (.,1 r-ecroa. 4 .Iir! Mill ,V ll,MII,lA II ! JJ Shot J2Gun' Huntii.g.Coata." Hunting Knhes. Clirip at WoLCOT-r'e Choice branas ot better and ohceie at Hocfler's the pioncor grocer, on Frc mo. t and Fifth etrei-i Mecrcchium, Briar and a general assortment of Pipes, (Amber goods, Purre-, etc., at closing out prices. Call early to select fro onr immense assortment. We aie positively clos ing out business. A. Cons fc Bro. Try "Pride of Livermoro" Sauterns Port and therry Wint Prize meda nt Paris Exr.ojition. For sale a Ins. Hoeller'a e Paul Warnekros has not forgotten the needs of the public. He has just received a mammoth line of new trunks from the cheapest to the best. You cannot beat his prices for them on the coast. Call at the home 01 A. Conn on 7t street between Bruce and Safford, and negotiate for residence, household goods, piano, etc. Will be sold cither in whole or parcel. Peifict title. A, COHK., Handsom lin of Ladies' and Child ren's, Men's and Boy'a Shoes, Boots and Slippers, at eastern prices. Call and examine. P. B. Wabxeekos. HhTAL 1IABEET. K uw Yoke Silver was quoted today Tl; Copper at 19.05; and Lead at $3.30. J J r .".VV..TaL4i t ji -fc,.