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TOMBSTONE DA-ILS PROSPECTOR, TTJKSDAY EVENING. NOVisMJiEK 25. 1890.
NOVEMBER - - - 25, 1890.
riiaa Moulhenntern K. K
Bisbee 7.00 at Fairbank 9.00 a,m.
Fairbank 10.00 a. pi. Bisbee 12.30 n'n
JDaiy, except Sunday.
But Williams, Supt.
The 'ollowing Is the ranj:e of the
thermometer for the 24 hour ending
3 o'clock p. m. November 25
Subscribe for the PeosrECTOR
Native or alfalfa hay by the Ion,
loose or baled at Svuow's. nl2tf
D. M. Osborne Mowers and Raker
and Halladay Wind-mills at Wolcott's.
J. H. White's Fresh
Fare to Bisbee via Eagle's stage line
reduced to $2.50. nl4.f
Choiee Eastern Dried Apples and
Dried Raspberries at Wolcott's. 7-19-tf
Children and Bovs Overcoats
at Bonanza Cash Store. 12-w
G. E. Br.dy, the pioneer dairy man
will deliver milk anywhere in the city
at reasonable rates during the winter.
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 MeaH'
just received at HnefierV
A larjro stock of Tnfan's and
Children? woolen hose. All
grades at Svdow's.
Fre h sranln and flower seed. V
Pao onion eod and alfalfa seed at
Alfalfa. Timothy, and Espersette
seed. Warranted pure at
Choice brands of butter an? cheei
at Hoefler's the pioneer Rrooer. on Fro
mnnt and Fiftb street n2
For durability and strength
our School Shoes cannot be
beat- Bonanza Cash Store.
Wasted A woman who Has a home
todo general housework in a small
family. Apply immediately at this
Just received a new invoice of
Choice old Port, Five year old Zinfan
del, Sherry and Angelica wines. Also
finest brands of family liquors at
FR E5H OYST KRS
Received every Tuesday and
Friday. 25 cents a dozen.
Geo H. Pitts.
Just received at the C. H. & T. Co.'s
a full and complete line of Windsor
Ties and neckwear of all descrip
To try is to .buy. Ceylon
Tea. Sometninfc entirely new
in Arizona but used extensive
ly all over California. Trv it
and you will pronounce it the
best. For Sale at flie
BONANZA. CASH STORE.
THE WORLD'S BEST '
KiOflttoq $2.50 3oe
ITai no ijal for Rtjle, Tit and Wear, rotiurtlr
Ibeb-sts oe in America for Um noser. Do Dot
vumimi. txe aip on D9UOH1 ti eca sooe.
TVe no other. F.rtrr rtr wirrantrd. StTUtii
tad qaaltocnT3sbolatbniarkit. MtdeDr
. MPEEPLES A, CO., CHICAGO.
S. M. BARROW,
S le Agent for Cochise Co.
Silver City is lo havo electric light
of the Wcstinghouse system.
C. D. Iteppy is making Tombstone a
Bob Paul came iu on the stage to
Thanksgiving turkeys for everybody
came in to-dav.
The Kid and hi squaw were icen
near Fort Thomas last week.
A. J. Ilantke r.nd V. G. Shedd, of
Tombstone and Nacosari, havu gone
C. L. Wriglit, the Los Angeles cattle
buyer, is Uiting Tombstone on bunU
Uncle Sam tsinesligaliugthe finan
cial standing of the bondsmen of post
masters in this section of Arizona.
The Arizona Enterprise wants pro
bate matters attended to in the dis
A largo number of citizens came up
last night from Benson by private con
The hunting party which left for
the Oio mountains about ten days
since are expected back to-morrow.
Make your arrangements to attend
the skating carnival. You will miss
a treat if vou do not.
Accommodations for all have been
arranged at the skating carnival,
C. S. Fly went to Ash Canyon to
day where he will take some views for
Mr. Kobbins of that most beautiful
canyon and ranch
C. Kettlenell is back again aflcrj
n long alienee. He has ifitcd near
ly every eainp in tho Territory bu'
still calls his iome, Tombstone.
The papers in the northern part of
Territory do not take kindly lo the
Miles eclieme of moving nil the Apa
che onto the Verde reservation
A11 rtf tliA civtti rnmninnf dtatinntvl
.... Wl .Ut' (-.A... .n..... ... .... ....
at post in Arizona and New Mexico
has been ordered to
the scene of the
Mr. Hugh Tev's, well knoa'n in so
ciety circles in Tombstone a3 well as
elsewhere, w.4 married to Mis-t Alice
Droit on the lotii inst at San Francis
co. Litest returns from the Territory
increase the democratic majority in
the lower house to one aiorc than a
Two priso jers escaped from the
Yuma penitentiary last Sunday, but
one was retaken and the other is
Madam Ina, a fortune teller nnd
mind reader of more than ordinary
ability, left- I"T Ttili thia morning
after a very successful week in Tomb
The McKinley bill is causing
trouble along the line. Some- of the
officer are getting into hot water and
some of the local buyers of hecp nnd
cattle are getting sligh'ly scorched.
Governor Waterman has recently
pardoned a good many convicts, nnd
is credited with saying 200 innocent
men are in the California peniten
tiary. -- a
Cochise county elected five demo,
cratio asemb!ymen and is now enti
tled to the chromo. Judge Clark, be
ing one of the numlcr, wants to le
speaker of tho next assembly. No
donbt he will make a splendid presid
ing officer. Flagstaff Democrat
Hiram W. Blais-Iell, agent of the
Paymaster mining conipnnv of Ogil
by. Cal , is in the city looking after
hij fniit inlrro-tn in connection with
his ranch at BItiisdell", Ariz. He pro
duces fruit nnd vegetables from four
to sir weeks before thev r ready for
4 market in Southern California. Los
This ranch r the one seen by every
one in pa-ting over the Southern Pa
cific road, and is located a few miles
east of Yuma.
The finest applet! ever seen in
Tombstone were brought in yesterday
from from B. F. Smith's ranch in the
ChiricahuA mountain?. The frosts
which destroyed all -his peaches and
TWftrH fllil nfit After! tl qnnli In rliA
Mm. Jlseknr's Home Trouble".
A London dispatch of Nuvemlr 15
. ... r. f :ii 1.
savs: Mrs. John w. .-viai-Kay win ic
compelled to leave the Dulley House.
She had hoped to secure a renewal of
the lease, but E.11I Dudley decided not
to crant it for anew term. Hence
.... . ? i i,.i.f,
Mrs. Mackay must look elsewhere for
a mansion in which lo give her prom-
ised fetes this winter, nnd society is a
. . . i .1-. ., ,,w
good dralexcrcued that she maj de-
cido lo remove to Paris. I
5:cts I'or ttreBBM"!
The ccnlry InuU. Ih- cattleman.
i?, the rancher' trade, the trade
nrroundinc mininz camp can
only be reached by appealing lo their
reason. Vou can rearh them through
the columns of the Weekly Pkom-kc-Ton.
The phenominal growth of ite
snbcription list during the late cam-
naicn hss leen followed bv a flood of
new suliscril-ers durinc Ihe pat two
week never equalled in Arizona jour-
nalism. If you expect to do any hol
iday trade vou had better encage your
WSartell. Chicago; Peter Maish, St
u u iteppy, rancu . ,.a. w-..-.
e V . ... - ,1 M .m v4 ft 4l
Emil Sydow and (Jeoige Filts came
home last nuht Troiii Tucson. They
were excused "for cause" and drove
up from Benivm by private convey
ance. The balance of the jurymen
are still held.
Arizona has done herself credit by
returning the Hon. Mark Smith to
Congress. There isn't a brighter man
in the West to-day than Mr. Smith
and we rejoice at his re-election .-Net-diet
Jo Hoefler hud on exhibition thi-
,afternoon, some of as fine turkeys a'
JdXver sen anywhere. 1 hey wcreauv
and were brought in by Haverstok o',
the Sycamore Springs ranch. He
raised them from the eggs and could
Ml how old each one was to a day.
Musk tickets for the 'kating csrni-1
val on sale at Stevenson it alter's.
Peto's drug store, Yaple's news stanil
nnd Mrs. Bafferty's. CSecure your
tickets and avoid the rush. 21tf
Since gold was discovered in Cali
fornia Gulch in 1SG0 until January,
1S90, the mines of Leadville, Colora
do, have produced 228,001 ounces of
gold, SC,230,11C ounces of silver, and
442,720 tons of lead. The value of
thes products aggregated $147,834,
160.03. The silver and lead produced
was during the past ten years. In
this time Leadville has produced 20
per cent, of the total silver production
of the United Stales and one-quarter
of the lead consumption. The gov
ernment has made a profit of over
?i2,GO0,C00 tron t.c ccinagc c its
silver. In 1SS0 the output was $13,
304,051 75. There is not now a single
idl mine in Leadville, although there
were quite a number of them before
the passage of Ihe silver bill.
Boarding and lodging house.
street between Allen and Toughnut
Reopened under the management of
Una BnYI.V. 11-20-tf
For a lame back, a piin in the side
or chct, or.for nootli-ache or ear-ache,
prompt relief m.iy bo had by using
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It isrelia
hie. For sale by II. J. Peto,
If vou ha e assessment work lo do
addrct-s"!)" thi office, 0Tll will b-;
done promptly and reliably, nlllf
tin! lor 'I'urioiH.
Tho Braly and Kemp line lea
Tombstone at 2 o'clock p. m. Tuee
day and Fridays. I-eave Turquois at
7 o'clock n m. on same days. Fart-
$2 Bound trip, $3. Office at
stable of Hare A. Psge.
If gray, gradually restores ctlor;
elegant ionic dressing, .10c, $1, Drug
gists, or $1 size pre,-wid bv i-xprrmj for
?1. E S. VVs. Jer.-v City. BOUGH
OK TOOTHACHE. Innt relief. I5e
Men's Stetson Hats !
Buys Hats and .Caps ! !
Sold at New "York Trice.!! !
AtEojiiEi: Gum. 113m
UNEASY CROWNED HEADS.
ret rwor Then VUlnclr DUpcnM with
lha Glided Bauble.
Ilowever uneasy may lie the head
I)im1 urmra ft cmwn the owner of tliat
jieaj seldom evinces any desire to put
away from him Uio splendid cause of
bis disquietude Even in these cou-
E,;lulioa, j y, royalty, shorn
of its ancient powers, prerogatives and
privileges, is to a great extent become
a mere titular and ornamental dignity.
,jcre arfl f(jw mQn troublesome and
unthankful ofllces than that of a king-.
Iu the tint place, tne occupant or u
J throne is compelled bv thtt intrini?
neluaj.not at any time, even when
"oil duty-," so to speak, be absolutely
niruseu, to me eiieni joi yicimng ui
th impulses or indulging the tastes i
with which nature hal eudowod him.
Privacy is all but unattainable to him; i
for, whVa he is not engaged in trans-1
"Uu?:?U,te JiUJm: rin l?:
or public celebrations, ho is still sur-
un-(riujtii UTL IU UIU1L UllCUiUIIIOJ. I
r II -.1.1 ' l. . .:il ...
rounded by officials and attendants
IV Officials and attendants 1
who closefy watch his every action '
and gesture, and are eagerly alive to
tho lightest word that falls from his J
hps lo be natural iu uis behavior or
Montaneous in his utterances is to be-
' guilty of dangerous unprudencc, eo-
iir that all he does and savs is necu-
liarly liable to misinterpretation. The
. pleasures, comiorts ana coasoiauons 01
(tieudsmp are uemeu to him.
How, iudeed, should a king liava
enSge b nermnd of '
persons who desiro Ids favor in order j
to turn it to their own profit and ad- ; comfort of mankind are almost unlim
ranccment. and whom 0 himself has : ;,..i -n,i t.- . ,,t ir;. ... n.t
L ,. . MM.I.ilAt.itl 4aii JVl 9 4 VllVi.'l t tf 1 " 3 r I
u , -B . ' -
immeasurably his inferiors thai be
tween him and them, from his point
of view, thcro can be little in common
save mortalitvf A kinsr is a man who.
tit- tin. fti-f-irtt.nl rif hirfh l nontinu- '
ously constrained to control bis feel
tn-rsond repress nisemouons; to guaru
. . ... ,
his own speech and discourage frank-
uess iu that of others; to follow advice
which is frequently repugnant to mm.
and publicly indorse opinions with.
a-l.I jilt l a t-iuirfit 1 fUt'lrNilCi ir C
Lilt, iiu fiwivu uuatkvd, . -
sumcan immense supcrioritj lo those
moral decorum to his subjects; in
short, to play a part throughout every
hour of the day and every day of tho
year, so lon, at least, as ho shall
reign. His time is scarcely ever uis
own; u lie entertain uucsor uisiikcs,
ho is bound to conceal them; even
with respect to hia matrimonial alli
ances he is seldom allowed to chocwo
for himself, international and political
considerations, in his cate, mercilessly
taking precedence of personal inclina
tion. Ho is constantly almost inces
santly "en ovidence,"1' exposed to the
"fierco light that beats upon a throne."
The wonder is, considering how
bcavily the pains outweigh tho pleas
ures of regal office, that men of geuial
disposition, cultivated intelligence and
Urouff individuality can be iuduced to
accept ii nowadays, or at any mto to
Luruct themselves with so oppressive
en inc .mbency for a lengthy term of
rears. Of that incumbency Milan
ObrcDDvich has ridded himself, lot us
hope to tho advantage of Servia unJ
her neighbors. No one in his own
country or any other will regret him,
for ho was au eminently unsatisfac
tory monarch. What may bo in store
for his son, a godson of Czar Alexan
der Nicolaicvich, and reputed to bo a
routh of shining lrtis, timo will
iliow. Loudon Isewa.
Most people have experienced the
curious fear vhich comes upon men
at tho edga of a steep. Probably uino
at of ten mortals recoil with a cer
tain (crrur fruiu thu uepllu -' spucy
before them when oris, house roof or at
the edgo of a natural precipice. In
tome eases this fear amounts, indeed, to
a horror, the keenest which can bo cx
jtcrienccd outside of tho nightmare
stats. In any other danger the dispcv
nilion is to seek safety, but on the
fc'oep tho motive is to plungo at onro
into tho culf. It is probably this un
reasonable, impulse which gives the
tecunar sense ol horror to tnesituauoo.
itii most tteoulo the measure of the
. - , ,s . . : 1 7.
1 ear prouauiy uepenus, in goou ian
on the general state of tho nervous
system. "On first going1 ton mountain
country. I llnd it impo&siolo to face
dilli'mlt passes which abound with
pre. ipiccs, Itut, after a month, tho cf
feci of tho tonic nir and out door lifs
r-:novcs in pood part tin irritation
which such situations At first produofi
Tlie general accurrcncc of this pecu
hir fear is n matter of great scientific
iiilerst. All other fear mny becx
pUined, nsit commonly U, by tho Dar
Kiuian hypothesis. Animals which
L.-ivo fesirvd uibsf for their lives liav
most effectively fled, and havo .nat
urally propagated their kind, whih
Uioso destituto of the sense of fear
Lava fallen a prey (o their enemies
Bui this peculiar fear ol tho ctccp can
not bo explained by tho hypothesis of
selection;, it remains for 'tho skillfal
devisers of explanations lo find some
other account for it. N. 8. Shaler ia
Crxtlrg Matter for Clilldrcn.
When the child can read with under
ttcnC.c, he tl:ould Iiavc free access tc
all cro literature within the range of his
capacity. He iltould le encoungrd to
read in the hearing of o.hers those
things that give him mental pleasure.
Ease of manner and expression, flexibil
ity J voice and agreeable intonation will
come ikrough a full tmdersuuuiiBif of
what s read, and til will improve as hit
own mind fills op with new thought--American
lfrga.rin Xknk Eerlw.
BY THE. PRESIDENT.
November 21st, 1890.
To the People of Tombstone. Greeting:
Whereas the rolling ) ear has once
more brought around that season when
last ni'iter flannel undershirt stems
u trifle gauzy and the wind blown
through your whiskers, it is meet that
jyvi "Id t"j in y"f is1 ;nruit
fr "lh- ",,0r' ""d f"n,e ,B
p'our winter t wood, the frost is on the
pumpkin and the cider lias aniied,
groceries are very cheap a jd mince
, . , ,, ,. ,. ...
",cal 'f on 8il,e- nr a11 lI,ef! """R?
including the election, you should
gixe i,av.. The season calls for a
day of hilarity and big feed. Vou ill
tit ft. of .-iff. .tliA rtvr.a.n.l fl.n fnr.l
.IV-.IWIW '..ll aiUIIIJII .III. ilO...
linnr.l. (it nti cnn'l r-i.l an im-if-ilmn
uclvhro llmt n a ,,..,, lrfar. volir
elf- But especially do I recommend
lyou. brethren, to secure whatever you
ntv(, f x fe j (), Thallks.
' . . . , .
! giving at KlEKE's. Satisfaction is
Tlir Wtirhl Knrlrlied.
The facilities of the present day for
'" production of everylh.ng that will
conduce to the material welf-re and
prpduced the world was enriched with
the only perfect laxative known, ss it
is the only remedy which is truly
pleating and refreshing to the tastn
and prompt and effectual to cleanse the
-atim IMnl . In .l.o Cn.fnM tin...
-"h'-'-j - " .."s mo
in fact, at any lime, and the belter it is
known the more popular it become.
' 1. Cou&ty of Cochise, Territory of
Itefore 'ni Hawke, a Justice of the
, o w btsfiutuurxit
JOSEPH P.USSELL, Defendant.
Actiou brought for debt. Compla.nt
ileJ in my t llice and summons issued.
The Territory cf Arizona Bends
greeting to Joseph Batsoll. Defen
dant. You are hereby summoned and re
quired to appear at my oflico in Pre
eiucl Ko. one. County of Cochisw.
terntoiy of Arizona, lo answer the
-umplaint of plainliff now on file id my
Cice. within tive days shonld this
-umraons bo t-crved upon yon in this
precinct; if served upon yon without
thin precinct, bnt within tbis county,
tfn dayo; otlit-rwise within tnentydays
ei-luivo of the Uy of service) from
the day Ihii summons is terved upon
Tbis action is brought to recover a
judgment sgaiust you for the sum ol
one hundred and nirety dollars al
leged to be due plaintiff for board, to
Licli reference is bail in crnilint,
on Cle in my oilice, and costs of s.iii
and yon re hereby notified that
sbonlil yon full to appear nnd answer
witliin the lime stated in thi summons
the ilaintiff will apply to tbo conrt for
h jmlgment against yon for said de
mand and all costs.
Given under my band at my offiec
insaid Precinct ibis 12th day of Au
Justice of the Peace.
ORDER CF SALE.
In the Probate coatt connly of Co
chie Territory of Aiizr.ua.
In i!-" tni'!?r jf the estate o' Jack
Allen Walker, the administrator of
he eslala of Jack Smith, deceased,
having file I his petition herein duly
verified iimjing for an-order of als of
all the real estate of said decedent,
tor toe purpose therein set Initli. it is
therefore ordered by the jadgt cf anid
court that all persons interested in the
estate of said decrased appear liefore
ihe said Prohate Court M-mday tlie 15
day of December 1690 at 10 o'clock in
the forenoon at tbe conrt Iionso in the
City of Tombstone io show cause uliy
an ordnr should a t be frnntl to the
FHidadminiitrator loseli all of the real
estate of the and deceased at private
ale. and that a copy of tais order he
published at least four successive
werks in tbo Daily Evening PRosprrroj:
a newspaper printed nod pnbliahed in
the said county of Cochi.p, city tf
Diled thia l'lh day of November 1890
Oct. term, 11 20 4w.
AVICB TO at TllKKs
Ma, wixsiow'a Soomxso Srarr
Hi' bern cstd bj- tatlllcm of
m.ihcrs f,r chlMnrn tutiiny, fr ot fi tjr
yxt wit1! petfxt eccrn. It tvl tin lb 11 il
S rtratoare. protScc- Ditn-!. qv-rtat tahj
tttltg thctM fr. m pa. aid thr utile cte ot
aitakea a -bright m butt n." It la yrrj vit
anlilbe tv.i, vnotbc Ib rblM. sofvrsttie
t-mna alUrspatf. rrllem wtnl, rrgklat ths
botnli. and la thu beat known remedy fordiar
rttiea. whetkr -ts sz (rota It-citing oroUcr
caj.-t. Ttreatf-aftcni't aUntla.
BISBEE, - A. T.
Kindt, of Ornamental Work exe
cuted on Short Noicc.
i-roch rial-oc P:oc
JACOB LANG, Prop.
BISBEE, A. T
MBS T M. EXGLlsn.
Everything New I
Everything Clean I
Comfortable Beds I
Ventilation Perfect I
Cool Booms I
DON'T FORGET TO ASK FOR
when you Visit bisbee
BISBEE, - ARIZONA
Horses cared for by the day, week or
month. Turnouts of all kinds
ESLAJIGKD, HEyOVATED AXD
b'tlrr than t'T prrpared to cater to
the needs of the public.
E. S. ADAM, - - Proprietor
o.k. watt. c. c. tardkll.
Undertaking Pa ulcus or
New Hearse, New Goods, Everything
Cofiins, Caskets. Robes. Etc
From the rulceu to the Flaest Vadf.
The Columbia Iron Caskets kept con
stantly in Stock.
Bodies Temporarily or Permanently)
Embalmed by the Latest Process.
AH Work entrusted tc oa shall hire the
p"Jfiylit orders left atHare.fc Page's
livery office promptly attended to.
Custom House Broker.
San Pedro, Palorainas, Sonera, Mexico.
General 3Ierchandise Stor'
Liver St tile, flta'i-
rant and Lodgings.
FOR- SALE One 30-horse power
up'ight steam Itoiler, as good as new.
One steam pump.
Lot of work horses and mules, all
at reasonable rates.
All Brokerage Effected at Lowest Rales.
Subscribe for and advertise
in Ihe PROSPECTOR, the.
only Daily in Cochise County,
and the only one receiving
Press Dispatches. Circulation
aoulU that of anyiaperin,