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TOMBSTONE DAILI PKOSPECTOR, FKIDAY EVEINJUNG. NOVJtiMJUGlt 2T. 1890.
NOVEMBER - - - 21, 1890.
Ar'xenu fc Noulhtuilem K. It
Bisbee 7.00 t m Fairbank 9.00 a.m.
Fairbank 10.00 a. m. Bisbeo 12.30 n'n
JDaify, except Sunday.
Bss W!?- Runt.
The 'ollowing is the range of the
thermometer for the 24 honr ending
8 o'clock p. m. November 21
Subscribe for the PitosrECTOtt
Choice California cheese and
and He rring at Hoefler's.
tf Native or alfalfa hay by the ton,
loose or baled at Sydow's. nl2tf
D. M. Osborne Mowers and Raker
and Halladay Wind-mills at Wolcott's.
J. H. White's Fresh Ranch Butter
at Wolcott's. 7-19-tf
Fare to Bisbee via Engle's stage line
reduced to $2.50. nl4vf
Chojee Eastern Dried Apples and
Dried Raspberries at Wolcott's. 7-19-tf
Children and Boys Overcoats
at Bonanza Cadi Store. 12-w
G. E. Braly, the pioneer dairy man
will deliver milk anywhere in the city
at reasonable rates during the winter.
'Wanted 20 first-class miners to
work at the Omega mines. Sonora
Go to Eucher Gres and pay your
election bets. An elegant line of stet
son hats of all weights and styles.
Crown Mills Flour, Fresh Buck
wheat and Graham Flour and Meals
just received at Hoefler'a.
A large stock of Infants and
Childrens woolen hose. All
Fresh garden and flower 6eeds, El
Paso onion need and alfalfa seed at
Alfalfa, Timothy, and Egpersette
soed. Warranted pure at
Choice branas of butter and chee te
at Hoefler's tbe pioneer grocer, on Fre
xnont and Fifth streets nU
Any one wanting Fresh Fish from
San Francisco should go to Nobiles.
Received by express every Thursday.
Oust received a new invoice of
Choice old Port, Five year old Zinfan
del, Sherry and Angelica wines. Also
finest brands of family liqnors at
Received every Tuesday and
Friday. 25 cents a dozen.
Geo. H. Fitts.
Just received at the C. H. &. T. Co.'s
a full and complete line of Windsor
Ties and neckwear of all descrip
Totry is to buy. Ceylon
Tea. Something entirely new
in Arizona but nsed rxten- fve
ly all over California. Trv it
and you will pronnnnce-it tin
best. For Salt at the
BONANZA CASH STORE.
THE WORLD'S BEST
ntum $2.50 si
tnetwitaioafaAmerirarorlhenuaey. do doc
bedeertred. KeetUaip on bottom t each shot.
j ska do other. Zrenr pair nrruttd. 8tyUa
an J craa! to any as akoe to the asarket. Made by
. M.'PEEPLES A. CO CHICAOO.
S. M. BARROW,
Sole Agent for Cochise Co.
pmjEjaMp",'! " im. i ""I iih "in I irmiiniiiiaiaiiiai ii i i i in imiiwnntiiiiiiii t , ' " ii"fnr M
: aa--. fr - -,r,, ,.-..,
confined to her
John Dowers well known on the
curb, returned to Tombstone to-day.
' ftt.. Kln.H.n Ct.l.t.. .. !tl IaacA ..
morrow on a short trip to Phenix.
J. B. Barnett is at Bisbeo looking
after the winding up of the branch
store over there.
Two carloads of raisins, 50.000 Bs.,
were shipped from Tempo to St. Lou
L. W. Blinn has been ifiting the
Salt river valley. He returned to hit
lome in Los Angeles yesterday. j
Ilia excellency, the president at
last takes the necessary action. Read
his proclamation in another coluirn.
Rood, who killed Major Farrel, has
applied to the probate court for letters
of administration on his estate.
Miss Ida Clay of Albuquerque has
been assigned to the Tucson Indian
m. Jvtrlew went to rairoant io-
to meet his sister, who returns to
Tombstone after an absence of several
f Miss Allie, daughter of Mrs. P. B-
Warnekros has returned from LOs
Angeles, where she has been attending
f Special agent Bon man should keep
pis eye rJ?Sled on Tombstone. Several
-citizens are talking of cutting down
their vittonwnod trees this winter.
C. M.Zulick has purchased 143 fine
brood mares in Yavapai county ai.d
willatockhii Salt River ranch with
Cap Jack Crawford is in Albuquer
que. He is limping itrounil on a lame
leg given him in a railroad accident in
Wated A woman who lias a home
to do general housework in a smnll
family. Apply immdUtclv nt this
In the case of C. W. Leach vs. H.
A. and II. K. Tweed judgment was
rendered for plaintiff in Judge Kib
by's court last Wednesday.
A. N. Gray, the newly-elected con
stable of Benson precinct, came up
from the r..ilroad center to-day andre,
tnrned home this afternoon.
Railroad business at Benson is said
to be better now than ever before in
the history of the Arizona and New
In the case of the United States vs
Wiley Holiday for bigamy, a, jury re
turned a verdict of acquittal on the
Gibbons, of Bisbce who was taken
to Tucson on a charge of smuggling
mescal haslecn indicted and admitted
to bail in the sum of ? 200.
Deputy United States Marshal Paul
is visiting Tombstone after more Um
ber cutters or "thieves," as they call
them in polite society.
C. Drinkwater and wife, accom
panied by an English gentleman who
is interested in the Old Guard com
pany, came in to-day and are guestsJ
f n.- .! fr. n n w;ili - f
Messrs. Pridham and Macneal have
returned from their Sonora trip. They
were to have joined the hunting parly
c mpwed of Vickcr, Wolcott, Hart
and Godfrev.but wre called home
without catching a glimpse of them.
Colonel Coleman and son were re
cently engaged survoying lands in the
Gila river region, and found a leather
mail bag containing a gieat quantity
of United States mail letters, news
papers and periodicals pf all sorts
bearing date of July, 1S79.
Many former residents of Santa
Barbara living in Arizona wdl le
pained to hear that the magnificent
ranch house of the late W. W. Mollis
tcr was burned to the ground last Sun
day. More distinguished Americans
have croased its threshold during the
life of Col. Hollister than perhaps that
of any other private residence in
Mr. Stilwfll Is
home with illness.
BY THE PRESIDENT.
ho the People of Total
November 2lst, 1890.
Whereas the rolling year has once
more brought around that season when
last winter's flannel undershirt seems
a trifle gauzy and the wind blows
through your whiskers, it is meet that
you should stop in your mad pursuit
(or wealth, huaor, isd fame nl set in
your winier's wood, the frost is on the
pumpkin' and the cider has arrived,
groceries are very cheap asd mince
meat is on sale. For all theso things
including the election, you should
give thanks. The season calls for a
day of hilarity and big feed. You will
therefore gather around the festal
board, (if you can't get au invitation
elsewhere make a festal board your
self.) But especially do I recommend
you, brethren, to secure whatever you
need for the Nations day of Thanks
giving at KiekeV. Satisfaction is
The following instruments
filed in the recorder's office
3 p. m. yesterday;
J. R. Burke to J. G. Harper and C.
A, Shibell the Rob Roy, Glencoe and
Atlas mining claims west slope Hua.
cuca mts, $500.
i Of E. W. Perkins as resident agent
of the Bunker Hill mine (on Charles
O.K. Hewett, San Francisco; C
John Paul, Tucson.
sax jose house.
Fra. Fowler, M S C E London.
Watt i Trrbell received a telegram
this morning from Mrs. Cameron, of
San Francisco, a daughter of the late
J. K. Thorndyke, in which she simply
said : "Telegraph to C. M. Thorndyke,
Spokane Falls, his son." As every
body here is acquainted with the son,
Watt & Tarbcll dropped all further
correspondence, and the father, whore
earlier life was devoted to his sons and
daughters that they might be a com
fort to him in his old age and reflect
credit upon his name, was buried by
Articles) or Xante.
Mince mat in bulk.
Condensed mince meat.
Cross & Blackwell's Jams.
Gordon & Dillworth'a Preserves.
These goods have just arrived and
are fresh and new.
Full cream cheese.
Prices always the lowest in Tomb
Richardson & Rubbins'
Potted meats and game.
We conceive hopes of getting your
New Rolled Oats.
Genuine Maple Syrup.
A finer lot of Groceries not to be
found in town. Wm. Kikkk.
For durability and strength
our School Shoes cannot be
beat. Bonanza Cash Store.
Tli! Worl.l Knrlrl.nl.
The facilities of the present day for
tbo production of everything that will
conduce to the material welfare and
comfort of uatikind aie almost unlim
ited, and wLen Sjrnp of Fig was first
produced the world was enriched with
tbe only perfect laxative known, as it
is tbe only remedy which Is truly
pleasing and refreshing to tLs tsata
and prompt and effectual to clransetba
system gently io tbe Spring tiro or;
in fiot, at any time, and the belter it it
known the more popular it becoBa i.
ORDER OF SALE.
In the Probata court county of Co
chins Territory of Atirona.
In the m-itur of the estate of Jack
Allen Walker, the administrator of
the estattt of Jack Smith, deceased,
baviug filed his petition herein duly
verified prayiug for an order of ale of
all the real etate of said decedeut,
for the purpose thereiu set forth, it i
therefore ordered by the judge ct said
court that all persons interested in tbe
eits ci id derl appoar before
tbe said Probate Court Monday tbe 15
dsy of December 1890 at 10 o'clock in
tlio forenoon st tne court nonss in the
City of Tombstone to show came why
an order sbontd not be grunted to the
said administrator to sell all of the real
estate rf the tid deceased at private
sale, and that a copy of this order bo
publi.ueU at least lour successive
weeks in tbe Daily Evening Probpbotoii
a newspaper printed and published in
the ssld county of Cochise, oity of
E B MONK,
Dated this 17th day of November 1890
Oct. torn), 11 '20-lw.
Territory of Arizona,)
County of Cochise. J
J. D. Prewitt, of the San Simon
Valley in said county being duly
sworn deposes and says, that he did
on the 8th day of September A. D.
1S1K) at his ranch in said county take
up s xtray the following described
1 (one) sorrel horse about 7 years
old with four white feet, blaze face and
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W. X on left shoulders M A on left
thigh and V on right thigh.
1 (one) brown horse about nine
years old three white feet, blaze face
P on left shoulder and thigh and
M C very dim on left thigh.
That the marks and brands thereof
have not been altered or disfigured
since the same was taken up, that
notice has been given as the law re
quires and that no owner has been
J. 1). PbkwitX.
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this the IOih day of October, A. D.
1690. Scott White,
J. P. Cochise Co., A. T.
Territory of Arizona,
County of Cochise.
To Scott White, justice of tlio
peace in and for said county. We, 'he
undersigned householders of Bowie
Station A. T. in said county required
to appraise the certain est ray auimals
hereinafter described, do hereby cer
tify that we did on the 10th day of
October A, D. 1800 examine and ap
praise said animals at the sum and
amounts following, iz:
One sorrel horse about seven years
with four white feet, blaze lace and
and branded thus:
c ) o
W A on leftshoulder MA on left
thigh and V on right thigh, valued at
Une browu horse about nine years
old, three white feet, blate face and
P on left shoulder and thigh and
M C very dim on left thigh valued at
In witness whereof we have hereun
to set our hands, this the 10th day of
October A. D. 1890.
Joseph R. Poulsok,
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this tbe 10th day of October, A. D.
1R90.- ScoriWniTe, '
.- J. P. Cochise Co.. A. T.
llOXT UIK IX THE IIOrSE.
"Rough on Rats." Clears out rats,
mice, roaches. ROUGH on WORMS.
Safe, Hure Cure. 25c ROUGH ON
TOOTHACHE. Instant relief. 15c
We have have received the first car
load of a large consignment of Wheat,
which we Telail atlL75 per 100 lbs.
N4tf . Cochise H. &. T. Co.
For a lame back, a pain in the side
or chest, or for aooth-acbe or ear-ache,
SromDt relief "may' be had" by nsing."toib tui oothctfr rbiid. aoftesatu
luuipi. jcjici mu7 vn . i mm. ail.a nil... rrllenS wta-l rnraUt alba
Chamberlains rain tsaim. iiureun-luotn
bit. For tale by H. J. Pkto,
In the Justice's Court of Precinct No.
1, County of Cochise, Territory of
Before Nat Hawke, a Justice of the:
O W GEISENHOFER,
JOSEPH RUSSELL, Defendant
Action brought for debt. Compla.ot
filed in my ellicu and summons issued.
The Territory of Arizona sends
groetiug to Juseph Rasaell. Defen
dant, You ar hereby nmmcned and re
quired to appear at my oflico in Pre
cioet No, one. County uf Cochis,
Territory of Arizona, to answer the
cnmplaiut of plaintiff now on file ia my
office, withiu five das should this
-nmtaoDs be t-erved upon yon in this
precinct; if served upon yoq wilhon'
liii" precinct, bnt wiihiu this county.
ten day; otherwise within twenty davs
(ei'-'lunlTe of the day of service) from
tue day tins summons is served upou
This actiou is brought to recover a
jndgmeo) against you for the sum of
one bUDiircl and ninetv dollars al
leged to be dua plaintiff for board, to
wliicu reference is had in complaint,
on file in my office, and oosts of s.iit
and too. are hereby notified that
should you fail to appear and answer
within the time stated in this summons
tbe plaintiff will apply to the court for
a judgment against you for said de
mand and all costs.
Given under my hand at my office
in said Precinct this 12th day of Au
Justice of tbe Peace,
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Headache uuil Dj"iepin.
William E. Rockwell, No. 512 West
57,th St. New York, says :
"I have been a martyr to bilious
headache and dyspepsia. 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 a time. I think I must
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 of purgation with Dkan
DBBTn'a Pills. For the first week I
took two pills every night, and then
one pill for thirt; nights; in that time
I gained three pounds in weight, and
never have had a pain or ache since."
Disease in one part of tho 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 should be re
moved at once and new matter be
allowed to take its place. There's no
need of cutting it out with s, surgeon's
scalpel, Purge away the old diseased
and worn out parts with Bjudreth's
Men's Stetson Hats!
Buys Hats and Caps ! 1
Sold at Jfew York Prices ! ! !
At Egcher Gres
Ha! tor Tnrqnoln.
The Braly and Kemp line leave
Tombstone at- 2 o'clock p. m. Tues-
daya and Fridays. Leave Turquois at
7 o'clock a. m. on same days. Fare
$2 Round trip, $3. Office al
stable of Hare &. Page.
If you have aseessment work to do
address "D" this office. T"It will be
done promptly.and reliably, nlltf
ADVIUR TO X TUEKt
Van. WIuWi SocrrntHO 8 Tier
Haa been M br mllllcnt of
niMbera for children ttrthlnr. far orrr nlty
yra- wit perfect ncc. lrl!ee iba II tie
iff reratT.rT"e 8tarl. qT8 tl eo by
reelv'SM ttU4 fr m pain, and lt Utile cbersb
i-ilti at bilzht a button." It la rrrj plea-
i pit", rrllens wln-1. reirsUt atba
sautae.t known temedj- fonj.r-l
turn, wbeth.r arb'sz from ireihlag oroiatrl
-u, Tweatrrecaa't atettle. 1
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-1 Eat .
B1SBEE, - A. T.
All Kinds of Ornamental Work exe
cuted on Short Noice.
Fresh Cakes &Pies
JACOB LANG, Prop,
BISBEE, A. T
MBS T. M. EXCLtSn, - . Prcpmbcu
Everything New I
Everything Clean I
DONT FORGET TO ASK FOR
WHEN YOU VISIT BISBEE
BISBEE, - ARIZONA
Horses cared for by the day, week or
month. Turnouts of all kinds
ENLARGED, XESOVATED AXD
better than ever prepared to cater to
the needt of the public.
E. S. ADAM, - - Proprietor
a. R. TV ATT.
Undertaking Parlors of
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New Hearse, New Goods, Everything
Coffins. Caskets. Robes, Etc
From tbe Fiatseit to the risen Vade.
The Columbia Iron Caskets kept con
stantly in Stock.
Bodies Temporarily or Permanently
Embalmed by the Latest JVoc.
All Work estruitetl to us shall bare tbe
Night orders left at Hare A Pace's
livery office promptly attended to.
Custom House Broker. "
San Pedro, Palominas, Sonora, Meiicc.
TOMBSTONE OFFICE :
No. 119, Fourth St., Legal Row.
General arerchandisc Store -4
Liver St ible, RssHa- !
rant and Lodgings.
FOR SALE One 30-horse power
upright steam boiler, as good as new.
One steam pump.
Lot of work horses and mules, all
at reasonable rates.
All Brokerage Effected at Lowest Rates. '
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