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TOM13STOSE DAILY PKOSPJKCTOJK, WEDNESDAY EVEK13SG. NOVEMBER 5, 1890.
NOVEMBER - - - 5, 1890.
.r'joa Ac Noutheiuiera
Biibee 7.00 e j Fairbank 9.00 a.m.
Fairbank 10.00 a. m. Bisbee 12.30 n'n
JDaily, tzctpt Sunday.
, Bex Williams, Supt.
IfflCBnl Fas -rice.
rhe following is the range of tlie
thermometer for the 24 hour ending
3 o'clock p. m. November 5
RETURNS OF THE ELECTION IN THE COUNTY.
NAMES OF OFFICES AND CANDIDATES.
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For Delegate to CVintjrpaa; " I I
Marcus A. Smith. D r2S4ll29i
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All kinds, sizes and for all
purposes, Cheap, Chep
Cheap, just received at
t Geo. E. Kohlers's
Just Received, 2000 yards Carpets,
all New and Elegant Designs, at
GEO. E. KOHLER'S.
Choice Eastern Dried Apples and
Dried Raspberries at Wolcott's.7-19-tf
G. E. Braly, the pioneer dairy man
will deliver milk anywhere in the city
at reasonable rates during the winter.
Jteceived every Tuesday and
Friday. 25 cents a dozen.
Geo. H. Fitts.
PAN! SI PANTS!
For Everybody, at Kieke's.
10,000 rolls of Wall Paper, all late
patterns just opened at
O20-tf Geo. E. Kohlku's
Millet's famous paiating of "The
Angelus" has just been placed on the
market and purchased by the French
minister of fine arts for the sum of
503,000 francs. It was sold by the
American Art Association of New
Just received at the C. II. fc T. Co.'s
a full and complete hue of Windsor
Ties and neckwear of all descrip
D. M. Osborne Mowers and Rakes
and Halladay Wind-mills at Wolcott's.
We have have received the first car
load of a large consignment of Wheat,
which we retail at $1.75 per 100 lbs.
N4tf Cochise H. fc T. Co.
Ho! Fr IIIbee ! !
L. A. Engle is now running a fast
two-horse rig between Tombstone nd
Bisbee, leaving Tombstone at 7 :30 a.
m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
and Bisbee on alternate days, at same
hour. Orders for passage or freight
to be left at store of Geo. II. Fitts
Tombstone. Office at Bisbee at
Langsdorfs stare. 9-22-lf.
Mrs. Gallen has opened a fine, new
stock of Ladies' Misses' and Childreus'
Bonnets and Hats, both trimmed and
untrimmed. She also has a very at
tractive line of novelties in ladies'
Choice brano of batter and chee le
at Hoefler'a tha pioneor grocer, on Fro
ssost and Fifth streets. n3
Any one wanting Fresh Fiah from
San Francisco should go to Nobiles.
Received by express every Thursday
George W. Cliyner. It
For Joint Councilman :
Peter Bradv, D
W. F. Nichols, It
For Councilman :
W 1C Meade, D
J. V. Vicker. It
For House of Representatives:
S. M. Burr, D
J. H. Tevi?."D
K. W Heyne. I) 258!
THE WORLD'S BEST
lii BOtiOO S2.50 SUDS
Hit bo ioal for Style, Fit and WearVcIUTery
kadeeerrcd. Bee stamp on bottom of eachtv-w.
Take no otter. Every pair inraoW. 8yH
nut eTealto any S3 aJsoe In tfee market. Made by
J. M.'PEEPLES A CO CHICAGO.
S. M. BARROW,
Sole Aent for Cochise Cc
C. S. Clark. 1)
G. F. Meek, It
Howard Herring, R .
Win. Hughes, It . .
L. V. Wilkeeon, R .
For Supervisor :
Scott White, D
G. W. Brvan.D
B. F. Bro"n, It
D. W. Logan. It ...
For Probate Judge:
James Reillv, D . . . .
F. N. Wolcott, It
For District Attorney:
A. It. English, D ..
G. W. Swain, R ...
C. B. Kelton, D
Chas. Overlock, It . .
E. A. Miattuck, D . . .
J. P. McAllister, It .
For Recorder :
W. I). Monmonirr, D. .
W.F.Bradley, R. ..
C. L. "Beckwith, R ..
Nat Hawke, I) .
N. A Gihnan. R
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A Clean Democratic Sweep
is a Democratic Year and
Every budy Fell in
The city election followed in the
wake of the swell all over the country
and landed the entire Democratic
ticket wi'l: but one exception in the
offices thy sought. Joe Bigpon nas
the exception. Below will be found a
summary of the ote by wards.
The new officers n ill be installed be
fore December first.
In Acting Governor Murphy's re
port to the Secretary of the Interior
the total length of canals in the Ter
ritory it gten at 701 miles, irrigating
300,000 acres ; total acreage of arable
lands, 5,530,000. Total value of min
eral productions, $ 1,510,000.
The Territory has taxable property
assessed as follows :
3,493,002 acres of land $3,938,564 29
Improvements theteon 2,139,019 99
City and town lots . 1,863,89391
Imorovements thereon 2,232,9CS.OO
C41,0IGcattle ... 5,321.809.22
291.238 sheep .. . 430,849.50
40.950 horses . 1,071.903.76
1,095 mule 01,269 00
1.2S7 aeses 12,184 00
3.S42 goats .... 4,279.00
3,701 iiogs . 10.C9S.50
1,093,091 miles railroad 6,615,107.34
All otlicr property 4,338,218.12
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Tol'l
33 48 24 33 138
71 5G 279
Emanuel, R .
Cohn, 1) . 67 85
Chit of Police,
Simons, It 35 31 29
Rvan. I) 53 SP. 5R
Krigb'aum, I . 14 15 8
Castle, R 37 46 29
Staniger, D ..50 SO 58
Woodman, 1 . . 16 7 8
Allison, It 51 67 42
Bravin, D 52 65 50
Stilman. R ....39 53 30
Jackson. D . . 62 74 CG
Staehle, R D 101 133 96
Waller, R 43
Fuss, D 49
Cummings, It . . 50
Hare. I) 78
Smith R. ...
Bignon, D . .
Juithet of the Peace,
Alvord, It 248
Terri!, D 233
Carr, R 333
itnnul, R '. 22
Carnigha'n, D 200
The Peospectok acknowledges wit It
thanks the many kind words it ha
received from both sids regarding ii
fair and honorable method of con
dseting the campaign.
The November number of the Cos
mopolitan is of more than ordinary
interest and as usual the charae'er of
illustrations fi r exceet's magaz:n s o'
its cl.ms. those who can bfford to
I take but one mngazine will find in the
I Cosmorjolitan. bv far. the mnat at
tractive table of contents. By gener
ous conces'icns on the part of its pub-
lislier, we are ablH to offer the Cos
mopolitan for one year with the
Weekly Pbotector for $5.50 The rec
wiar price of the Cosmopolitan is
Kxprrlrnreara Kailronl Man.
I had sciatic rbeamatisaj one year.
Jljjpbysieian pronennced it incurable
Could get n rahef exsept from mar
pltine. .ix bottles of Hibbard'a
Rbecmatio Syrnp cured me.
JoiixN. Maxwcu., Sihsbury, N O.
The above ia correct, and Hibbard'a
Rbeumatio Svrup has cured a erea
ruarjy of our cuitomers.
Wholeaale aod retail druggist. Salis
bury, N C. For sale by J. Yonge.
In alloting lands in severalty to In
dians in Arizona (lie Government u
moving, if at all, with provoling dila
Uirincci. A lare part of the White
Mountain reservation, comprising
some of the beet agricultural, grazing,
mineral and timber lands of Central
Arizona is set apirt for the Indians,
yet unoccupied by and of no practical
l-cni'fit'lothem. The opening of this
vast tru't to settlement by citizens
would do more for" the advancement
of Arizona (h.in any one measure (o
be desired. Silver Belt."
Wi5.iEt 20 first-clssa miners to
work at the Omega mines. Sonora
It is rumored that all the freighters
employed between Wilcox, Bowie Sta
tion and Globe, will go on a strike. 1 1
U understood that they demand all
cash, instead of being compelled as
heretofore, to take a large share of
their earnings in grain and supplies
from the forwarding agents at Wilcox
and IIok. Iti hoped an amicable
agreement may be reached without
causing a blockade of Globe freight at
the railroad. Silver Belt.
Ileatlnrbe aud Irpepin.
William E Rockwell, No. 512 West
57th St. New York, says .
"I have been a martyr to biiious
headache and dyspepoia. Any indis
cretion in diet, overfatigue or cold,
bring; on a fit of indigestion, to be
followed by a headache lasting two or
three days at :v time. I think I must
have tried twenty dine-ent remedies,
which were .recommended as certain
cures by loving friends, but it was no
use. At lest I thought I would take a
cini pie course of purgation vrilb Bkax
drktu's Pills. For the first week I
took two pills every night, and then
one pill for thirt; nights; in that time
J gained three pound in weight, and
never have bad a pain or ache since,"
Disease in one part of the body will
eventually fill the whole body with
disease. Every year or two some part
of the system grows weak and begins
to decay. Such part ahiuld be re
moved at once and new matter be
allowed to take its place. There's no
need of cutting it out with a surgeon's
scalpel, Purge away the old diseased
and worn out parts with Bkaxdketii's
1"OK SALE CUT FLOWEltS'.VND I'OT
Plants Wm Braurb La aluajs on bind
a superb collection (or tale for all ocvtlor.t
Corner Fullon and Seeond streets. tf
V7AX1 ED-AO'RLTO DO GF.NF.KAL
lioureiruik. Wpply at tlie Post Uttlce
A prominent physician and old
army surgeon in eastern Iowa was
called away from home for a few days;
during his absence one of the children
contracted a severe cold and his wjft
bought a bottle of Chamberlain's'
Cough Remedy for it. They were so
much pleased with the remedy thai
they afterwards used several bottle at
various times. He said, from his ex
perience with il, he regarded it as the
most reliable preparation in use fbr
colds and that it came tho nearest be
ing a specific of any medicine he had
ever seen. For sale by II. J. Peto,
Alfalfa, Timothy, and Espersette
seed. Warranted pure at
At Iteath'o l)ur.
I was a groat snffrer from Ttbeoma
tism and Kidney and Liver trouble.
My lungs were, also erionaly afl'cted.
Doctojs said I conM not posibly live.
Seven bottles of Hibbrd's Rbenmttic
Syrup with the Piasters entirely cured
m . Hundreds of persons in Crcston
can vouch for the fact that this mede
ciae sated mj life. Wir. Habshaw.
1 Creston, Iowa- For sals by J. Yonj ,
Klllt NALK-.KKIL KHTATK.
Oil 8L V 'MALI, FKA.IH WL.
ltna. fleasaolly lucaieil. to ell oi in
stalment plan Innulre o
'O-T-'f BVNK iFTOM RSTO.VE.
IjOR UtLE-A NICE I ROOM ADOBE
1 Cottage Iluius.on Ike instalment plan.
Pleasantly located. Inqulie at
!i'2!!L B WK OF TfiMBSTOXE.
4R dAl.K FlKsrCI,As.i eKMDENCE
1 jrciy imu Int. o 5 Rlink. 3t, front
Ins; ou feniford str-tt. louittiic. uiili two
kk1 house, one rented; IU pmiierlv of W.
A Anderon and ttife Will be told without
delay. Ap lyalome lo James Helllr. Fre
uioiitstrtet 1U 4 tf
IOIt ALh BkiOAIN-OS Al CuUN F
f rhrumatinn I offer u.jr XL'IWF.RY
&' f s,Ui for oi.d tL!i2 ,t vmiuc. It inoal 1m
sold a nri' For particulars apply at the
preiui.es corner Km ton and Second ftreefs,
ii oiii-k AiVKitriMr.)ii:.i'M.
3ISBEE, - A.
Kinds of Ornamental Work exe
cuted on Short Noiee.
Fresh Cakes &Pies
JACOB LANG, Prop.
MRS T. M ESGLIbn, .
Every thins Clean I
DONT FOKGET TO ASK FOR
WHEN YOU VISIT BISBEE
iBISBEE, - ARIZONA
Mark Smith will go out of Cochise j
with HA) majority and it may run
over 200. Two years ago lie had 300
majority in the county when the vote
was 330 larger than this year.
The county superintendent of Mari
copa county has called a Teachers'
Institute for Dec. 15 at the High
School rooms at Phenrx.
A full li.. of then, J,, t opened .SEtve-SEW tStffi
(--. m - I tTkira thn tamfuvHninA.i.1 ..
at Sydovv'rf. Will be oitl at our '
ni.storuary low prices. S'J-Ot
Just arrived from the east, the fol
lowing articles : Cape Cod Cranberries,
Apples, Foil Cream Cheese, Mince
Meat, Zantc Currants, 5ur Krout,
New Orleans Molasses, 'Boston Black
Molassses, at HnEFLKR'e, 024-1
Vnd Carbuncles resultfromadebflltated,
impoverished, or impure condition of the
blood. Ayer's Sarsaparilla prevents and
cures these eruptions and painful tumors,
by removing their cause; the onlyeffect
ual way of treating them.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla ha prevented the
usual course of Boils, which have pained
ami distressed me every season for sev
eral years. G. Scales, Plalnville, Mich.
I was badly tronbled with Pimples on
the face: also with a dueolnratlnn of tha
skin, whichsbowed itself In ugly dark
Horses cared for by the dav, week or
month. Turnouts of all kinds
ENLARGED, RENOVATED AXD
better than ever prepared to cater to
the needs of the public.
E. S. ADAM, - - Proprietor
To Consumers of City Water:
Plenty of water at the city wells
authorizes us to slate that we are
ready to supply all citizens through
the pipes or by wagon at reasonable
All orders left at the New York
Kestaurant will be properly attended
HoLER A WATT,
JuAN A. GARCIA
Custom House Broker.
more than temporary good.
For a cut; bru.-e, burn or scad,
their is nothing equal Ut Chamber
Iain's Pain Balm. It heals the parti
more quickly than any other applica
tion, and unless the injury is very se
vere, no scar is left. For sale b H. J.
... bscriba :or t'i,roor;,jR
A Perfect Cure,
S?iJ l? no' fcMn troubled since
T. W. Boddy, River sL, Lowell, JIaw.
I was troubled with Boils, and my
health was much Impaired. I began
using Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and. In due
time, the eruptions all disappeared, and
m:L "SiS. wa completely restored.
I wa troubled, for a long time, with a
humor which appeared on my face in
ugly PJmplea and Blotches. Ayer's Sar
saparillacuredme. I consider it the beat
blood purifier in the world. Charles IT.
famith, Jiorth Craftsbury, Vi.
la sold by all droits. Ask for Ayer's
Sarsaparilla, and do not be persuaded to
take any other.
Prepared fcy Dr. J.C.ATrfcCo,Lown,a.
?ricel U bottles. 5.
STRICT ATTENTION TO
matters connected with t.
Jiencan custom house. Is respon
sible for all fines imposed by the Mex
ican government, but not for duties
that the custom officers neglect to
barge. All business connected with
the Mexican custom house attended
to with neatness and dispatch.
Allpapert and document! given im
late attention at very reasonable
Palomirav', gnn tdrr, Srnnra. Mpy.
I il, pay the above revr rd to any prrton or
tenons w,i. ill eve the inr..nnjiion .hich
HI eartt the arres and n-nr lion 4 any per.
r Vet n. unlalully Lan lLnC any of my
CATT E-'raoded HI . fcft hip; ear
mart, nht ear crop and sollt
HOIi-SES Branded HG . n rfr s on!-1
la Coruump ion AocurabU'
Head the followlngr Mr. C. 11. Morrta. Newark
ark. a.yas "Waa down with abce of loaga, .ad
rrUnda and physielaaa prowaneed me an tonra
ole eosamnpUTe. lttia tUnx Dr King's Sew
ptaeOTiryuT Consomptlon. am now on my tklrd
botU. and so.bl to erersee tbo work ray
'ana. It lathe finest medicine aw mad "
Jsaae Iddlewsrt. Decalnr. Ilhlo. aara '"Had
rt not bcon for Dr. Kloa-f 5 DtacoT.ry for Conf
aaapu I wonld hare diei ilf t.oa
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