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fljOMBSTOKE DA-ILX PKOSPJilCTOK, WEDNESDAY JSViilNUSG. NOVMipft 12, 1890,
PARTIAL RETURNS OF THE ELECTION IN THE COUNTY.
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Biabee 7.00 jb Fairbank 9.00 sun.
Fairbank 10.00 a. m. Bisbee 12.30 n'n
Daily, except Sunday.
Bkk "Williams, Supt
"" JRSkboI rrrlce.
The following i the range of the
thermometer for the 24 hours ending
5 o'clock p. m. November 12 .
Cboise Eastern Dried Apples and
Dried Raspberries at Wolcott'a.7-19-tf
G. E. Braly, the pioneer dairy man
will deliver milk anywhere ia the city
at reasonable rates during the winter.
.Received every Tuesday and
TTriday. 25 cents a dozen.
Geo. H. Fitts.
Just Received, 2000 yards Carpets
all New and Elegant Designs, at
GEO. E. KOHLER'S.
10,000 rolls of Wall Paper, all late
patterns just opened at
O20-U Geo. E. Kohleb's
Wasted 20 first-class miners to
work at the Omega mines. Sonora
A large stock of Infants and
Chtldrens woolen hose. All
grades at Svdow's.
Just arrived from the east, the fol
lowing articles : Cape Cod Cranberries,
Apples, Full Cream Cheese, Mince
Meat, Zante Currants, Sour Krout,
New Orleans Molae&, Boston Black
Hola&sses, at Hoefleb's, 02-f-t
For a cut. bruise, burn or scald,
their is nothing equal to Chamber
Iain's Pain Balm. It heals the parts
more quickly than any other applica
tion, and unless the injury is very se
vere, no scar is left. For sale by II. J.
To try is to bay. Ceylon
Tea. Something entirely new
in Arizona but used extent Ive
ly all over California. Trv it
and you will pronounce it the
lest. For Sale at the
BONANZA. CASH STORE.
Alfalfa, Timothy, and Espersette
seed. Warranted pure at
Just received at the C. H. & T. Co.'s
a full and complete line of Windsor
Ties and neckwear of all descrip
Ho! Fur llinbee ! !
L. A. Engle is now running a fast
two-horse rig between Tombstone xnd
JJisbec, leaving Tombstone t 7:30 a.
rn. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
and Bisbee on alternate days, at same
hour. Orders for passage or freight
lobe left at store of Geo. H. Fitts
-Tomlutliinfl, 0(fi at RUb t
Langsdorfa store. 9-22-tf.
Choice branas of batter and cbeeie
alHoeflor's the pioneer grocer, on Sxk
Boat and Fifth streets. nQ
Any one wanting Fresh Fish from
San Francisco should go to Nobiles.
Received by express every Thursday.
THE WORLD'S BEST
KM hum $2.50 siine
ItuMrnaJ for Style. FKaod "Wear, rosttfrtlr
the bras aooe In America for t&K0D7. Do not
MdaeerrexL fee itaap 00. bottom oleaehibo.
Tate bo otter. Erery plr warranted. fitrUtii
tad equal to lay la Uwnurlut. MadebT
J. M.'PEEPLES A CO., CHICAGO.
S. M. BARROW,
Sole Agent for Cochise Co.
NAMES. OF OFFICES AND'CANDIDATES.
For Delegate to onsres:
Marcus A. Smith, D
George W. Cheyney, R. .
For Joint Councilman :
Peter Brady, D
W. F. Nichols, It
For Councilman :
W. K. Meade, I).
J. V. Victers, It
For House of Representatives
S. M. Burr, I)
Thomas Dunbar, D
J. H. Tcvis, D
F. W. Heyne, D
C. S. Clark, D
G.F. Meek, R
Howard Herring, R
Win. HuRhee, R
L. V. Wilkeson, R
D.W. Logan, R
For Probate Jus go:
James Heiiiv, D
For District Attorney:
A. R. English, D
C. B. Kelton, D
Ohas. Overlook, R
E. A. Shattuck.D
J. P. McAllister, R
W. D. Monraonier, D
C. L. Beckwith, R
For Assessor :
N. A. Gilmnn. R
Native or alfalfa hay by
loose or baled at Sybow's.
C. D. Reppy is
visiting Tucson on
580 votes out of bit) in Apache
county gave Smith 103 majority.
Miss Farisli, of Flienix, is visiting
Tombstone as the guest of Mrs. E. B.
R, W. Wood will take a trip to San
Francisco shortly and during his ab
sence, Fred Herrera tvill take care of
Children and Boys Overcoats
at Bonanza Cash Store. 12-w
Fred Herrera has severed his con
nection with the Imures mining com
pany of Sonora and returned to Tomb
The republicans lost all of their
bets this year, buwthey won them all
twoyears ago. "Time mates all things
' Brown who is held at Tucson for
perjury in the Wham case skipped hi
bond the other day and was found
locked up in Deputy SherirTKreshams
saloon in Tucson.
' Aahton, the deputy sheriff who
killed Hatch by mistake for another
man last week in Apache county, has
been bound over on a charge of mur
der. Supervisor White says that the
cause of Scott White's large majority
for supervisor was Jue to the fact that
a great many voters supposed that
they were voting for him.
Cook, who has fceen two years at
Yuma, has served his time and re
turned to Tombstone. He formerly
owned a chicken ranch at the foot of
Com stock Hill.
Enough has been heard from Tres
Alamos to state that Overlock re
ceived twelve out of twenty votes cast
there. Smith received twelve out of
the twenty. Bryan and White re
ceived good majorities for supervisors,
and the entire democratic legislative
ticket has a majority of the voles cast.
Tbe board of supervisors has re
ceived a communication from the
Southern Inter-SUIe Immigration
Bureau with the request that they ap
point two delegates to the convention
to be held at Montgomery, Alabama,
on December 12. The object of this
bureau is to further the immigration
of settlers and to indnce caDital to in-
vest in enterprises of various natures.
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Gratuitous Hints as to How We
Should Conduct Our
"Don't neglect," said a prominent
politician after election, "to burn 'em
up on the Hospital bill. That' what
defeated the ticket and elected the
democratic county government. I
wish I owned the Fbosfectok, I would
show them what defeated them."
j "Now is the time to disincorporate,"
j &aid a prominent business man yester
day. "All the officer elected in the
city are in favor of it and will step
down now, if requested to do so. That
is the proposition on which they were
elected and tney won't dare to go back
on it now. We want the FfiOFrxcrOB
to aUrt right in to make a fight for
disincorporaiion; that is .he only is
"Since the new citygorernment has
been elected tbe Pkospzctoe is not in
favor of disincorporaiion," said a sa
loon man. "It expects to get all the
city printing now and get its own
price, but well fool it. The city gov
ernment will meet next week and be
sworn in and theu abdicate. They
were elected on this proposition and
can't go back on it."
K Konkling, Los Angeles; O C Pol
ing, T Seabright, Huachuca; James
John A Duncan, Kansas City.
SAS JOSE HOUSE.
SC Perrin, Bisbee.
Mrs. Gallen has opened a fine, new
stock of Ladies' Misses' and Childress'
Bonnets and Hats, both trimmed and
untrimmed. 'Klie aUo lis a very at
tractive line of novelties in ladies'
wear. O10 Im.
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L7OR BALE A MIAI.L FKAJfE PWEL-
1. line iMc.saciir located.
to cell on In.
HA.NK uF TOHBSTOXH
FOB JJALE-A .VICE J-ROOlf-AJWiaC
Cottage IloUft, on tb? inataluient pla.
KeaiantlT located. Innnlre at
io-rtf juxk or T&Musrojf b.
FOIt SALE BY HO A IN-OS ACCOUNT
of .rheumatism tlTrr .y XUKdKRr
for rale for onc-tlilrd It value. It matt b
sold at once. For paitletilaia apply at tbe
nnrs trrConierFurtoo ai.d 8erond rlreats.
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Men's Stetson Ilats!
Bojs Hate and Caps ! !
Sold at New York Prices ! ! !
At Ecciier Gres. 113m
Ho! Tor TurquoU.
The Eraly and Kemp line leave
Tombstone at 2 o'clock p. ra. Tuee
days and Fridays. I.eave Turquois at
7 o'clock a. m. on same days. , Fare
1 Round trip, $3. Office at
stable of Hare & Pace.
We have have received the first car
load of a large consignment of Wheat,
which we retail at 91.75 per 100 lbs.
Nitf Cochise H. &. TCo.
D. M. Osborne Mowers and Rakes
and Halladay Wind-mills at Wolcott'e.
Meleaee Werk ftondera.
I bad sciatio rheumatism so that 1
was all drawn over to nne side. My
hip sank in so that jou could lay yonr
hand in the caTity, and I did no work
for year. Nothing did me any good
nntil I tried Hibbard's Rheumatic Sy
rup. Four bottles cared me. Auiebt
Kiko, Vn Vert, Ohio. For cole by J.
Headache assd Oj"pepIn.
William E. Rockwell, No. 512 West
57th St. New York, says :
"I have been a martyr to bilious
headache and dyspepsia. Any indis
cretion in diet, overfatigue or cold,
bringr on. a fit of .indigestion, to be
followed by a headache lasting two or
three days at 3 time. I think I most
have tried twenty different remedies,
which were recommended as certain
cures'by loving friends, but it was no
use. At lest I thought I would take a
simple course 01 purgation with Isha-
drktii s PJI4A For the first week I
took two pills every night, and then
one pill for tbirt; nights; in that time
I gained three pounds in weight, and
never have had 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 Aifd begins
to decay; Bach part should he 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 Bbaxdeetii's
J. H. White's Fresh
F'OS. SALE-riRST.CLASS KE5JDEXCE
.Vroperlr. one lot. No. S. Blork SI. front.
la; on SaTnrdatret,1o;nttone. with two J
rood h i.one rented: tbe Drowrtr of W
ji. Aoaenuu ana w& -; tviu tier tola without
e!ar. Apply at esef .te'Jasie Reilljr. Tre
inoat afreet. 10 4-tf
SALZilXEK.Wa wlh s few rata t ten oar
food bj aaapU to tha wboI.I nd r.ali
ua. Largtst aaaalaetvara la oar hi. Seas
? ,U"P. Warts S3 yet dr. Fenaaoao.
waiUoa. Nopotuliariwercd Xoner aTance4
or nr, adTtrUilas, tc CiXTuauxX.ix-r'a
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In tbe Justice's Court of Preoinot No.
1, County of Cochise, Territory of
JBefore Nat Hawks, a Justice of the
O W GEISENHOFER,
JOSEPH RUSSELL, Defendant.
Action brought for debt. Corapla.nt!
nieu in my eince and summons issued.
The Territory of 'Arizona sends
greeting to Josoiib Rntaell. Defen
dant, You ar hereby summoned and re
quired to appear t my oCice in Pre
cinct No. one. Connty of Cochies.
Territory of Arizona, to answer the
complaint of plaintiff now on file ia my
office, within five dajs should this
summons be served npon you in this
precinct; if served upon yon without
this precinct, bnt wilbin this connty.
ten days; otherwise within twenty days
(exclusive of tbe day of service) from
the day this summons is served upon
This action is brought to recover a
judgment against you for the sum of
ono hundred and ninety dollars al
leged to be due plaintiff for board, to
which reference is had in comiilaint,
on filo in my office, and coats of suit
and you are hereby notified that
should yon fail to appear and answer
within the time stated in this summsns
tbe plaintiff will apply to the court for
a judgment against you for said de
mand and all soats.
Given under my hand at my office
ia said Precinct this 12th day of Au
.. Jnalice of the Peace.
Subscribe for and advertise
in the PROSPECTOR, the
only Daily in Cochise County,
and the only one receiving
Press Dispatches. Circulation
aoWie that oj any taper
pOR 9Af.F.-CUT FLOWER AND m
L Plants Urn R..n..i -1 ... "
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a superb rplleetton for tale for sHocafc.I.HPrjht trn boiler, as good at new.
Corner Fulton arid Serond atretU
WAXTKII-raUf ALE HKi.r.
koHUMrk. Appiy .t a. tMi o0.
Uuehleu'ii Arnica Halve.
Th. Bnl Btlr. la lb world for CU, Braliu
Sort. Clc.n. 8tt Kh.am. rarer SorM. T.tttr.
Chippl und. ChtlMtin. Oorai, ml ill ttlu
SrspUoM. and poatti tIj enr MI or no jar -quired.
ItU(uruiinlto (i, pttlnfttUtu
iloBormoDcjrarundcd Prlc, iscnUurUi
fir.. I- toJ Ton
I ill pay the abotc reward to any perton or
persons ulio lll gie th inlorination which
Mill leirl to tbe arrcstand ci'Dvlcticn of an per
son or penou unlavtlullir handkn; an of mv
CATTLE Hranded II G on l.ft hip; ear
mark. ri;ht eir crop and split.
HORM Branded HG on left ahonlcVr.
H. G. HASSELGREEN.
a73 San redro river.
BISBEE, - A. T.
All Kinds of Ornamental Work exe
cuted on Short Noice.
Fresh Cakes &Pies
JACOB LANG, Prop.
UBS T. M. EXCUSE.
Quiet Neighborhood 1
Comfortable Beds I
Ventilation Perfect 1
DONT FORGET TO ASK FOR
WHEN YOU VISIT BISBEE
BISBEE, - ARIZONA
Horses cared for by the day, weelc or
month. Turnouts of all kinds
ENLARGED, REXOVATED AND
better than ever prepared to eater to
the needs 0 the public.
E. S. ADAH. Prnpripf or
a. S. W. ATT. C. B. TXBBKLU
Undertaking Paribus op
New Hearse, New Goods, Everything
Coffins, Paskets, Robes, Etc..
From the Plaineat to th n. u.h.
The Columbia Iron Caskets kept con
stantly in Stock.
Bodies Temporarily or Permanently
Embalmed by the Latest Process.
xn Wrk entrusted tc ui akal bare tha
Nieht orders left at Hare t. Par'
livery office promptly attended to.
Custom House Broker.
San Pedro, Palominas, Sonon, Meiicc.
TOMBSTONE OFFICE :
No. 119, Fourth St,, Legal Row.
General Merchandise Store
Liver St ible, Res tin- - .
rant and Lodgings.
-'TiAn j-. . .
JU.K aAUrv-Orje 3ahorse power
One steam ntimti.
Lot of work horses and mul. all
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o cvuiiute rates.
in Mnjfrjl-fiected at lowest Rites.
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