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TOMBSTONE DAILX PKOSPEOTOR, SATURDAY EVENHNG. DEOKMBEK G. Ib90.
DECEMBER - - - C, 1690.
4r'jona A (ioutbcaalcrn It. K
Bisbee 7.00 r n Fairbank 9.00 a.m.
Fairbank 10.00 a. m. Bisbee 12.30 n'a
.Daily, except Sunday.
13 o; Williams, Supt.
D. M. Osborne Mowers and Raker
and Halladay Wind-mills at Wolcott's.
Native or alfalfa hay by the ton,
loose or baled at Sydow's. nl2tf
Choiae Eastern Dried Apples and
Dried Raspberries at Volcott's.7-19-tf
Choice California chceje
and Herring at Hoefler's.
. H. White's Fresh
Fare to Biibee via Engle's stage line
reduced to ?2.50. nl-Uf
O. E. Braly, the pioneer dairy man
will deliver milk anywhere in the city
at reasonable rates during the winter.
Crown Mills Flour, Fresh Buek
Tbeat and Grh-u Flour and Meals
juit reeled at Ho.ler's.
Fresh garden and Cower seeds, El
Paso onion seed and a.falfa seed at
Alfalfa, Timothy, and EsperoC'te
seed. Warranted pure at
Choice branas of batter and cbeeva
at Hoaxer's the pioneer grocer, on Fro
mont and Fifth street. n2
Wasted A woman who has a home
todo general housework in a email
family. Apply immediately at this
Boarding and lodging house. Fifth
street between Allen and Toughnut.
Iteopened under the management of
Mas Boyle. 11-20-tf.
Men's tetson Hats !
Buys Hats and Caps ! !
Sold at New York Prices ! ! !
At EaciiEu Grf.s. 113m
h, llhii an infnl llrrnlli.
There i nnihiiip iu"ro l.ealtlifn1
111 Ml (1-iIih.h lie ront i tll per
win are tfr-.il t it ihrro ' i-n
tuey uik" til ii m 11 n irB'n- u-i
ti.ere it 4 1--h (nriiit lir-ath than ilia
freighted with onion We inn ilia
1..nl. nf :rmrn Willi a f rt I tnmpll '
Take him awey, we inwardly cry when
he whispers in onr ear. Do see that
jour breath is pare. Take a few if
BnASDBETn's Pills and regulate your
liver, stomach and bowels and your
breath will be sweet.
Just receied a new Invoice of
Choice old Port, Five year old Zinfan-
del, Sherry and Angelica wines. Al
finest brands of family liqnors at
Five tons, 10,000 pounds,,
of Crockery of all descrii-
tions just opened at
This importation of seini
porcelain ware is direct from
England and. will be sold at
astonishingly low prices. d2tf
THE WORLD'S BEST
LP aWla t
Kiu Ballon S2.50 S
natcowra&I for Brre, Fit asd 'Wear. Positively
a brii oa la America tor tiiesHuiey. Do not
a 4 dMeivftd. Beestaap on bottom ot each sboc
Tate no other, i'riry pair warranted, ttylliii
sad mrual to any as shoe in ti sarkat. llads try
J. M PCEPI.ES & CO., CHICAGO.
S. M. BARROW,
Sole Agent foi Cochise Co
Subscribe for the PiiOfrECTOR
Rev. Mansfield came in today oil
There are 175 pupils in attendence
at the Phcuix schools.
The Daily Salt Lake Stock Ex
change is our latest exchange. It is
full of good reading in a crisp way.
The Navajo gold tields are causing
considerable excitement in mining
Uncle Sam Wise is bsck in Benson
s'tcr a trip bsck to hi '! b" in
Ninety one-huudredihs ( 90) of an
inch of rain fell during (he storm of
the past fortv-cight hours.
A sign in the county treasurer's of
fice notifies the visitor that he can pay
I his poll tax there. S
S. D. Stewart a brother of senator
Stewart, died a few days ago at Sutter
Si Bryant took his last shipment of
ore to Socorro owing to the short sup
ply of fluxing ore at El Paso.
The city treasurer' salary iu Tucson
has been reduced from $25 to $3 per
Howell and Taylor, deputy sheriff,
will go into t'io ci'.oon business 2:
successors to Stevenson and Walker,
after Jauuary 1st.
The S. P. Co, are selling half fare
tickets to El Paso from all points
alongthe line during the races, good
ic return on the 24th.
Theiori ffofj Gazette says that
Ben B. Loving has purchased the
Texas Live Stock Journal and will at
once take charge of tho paper.
Two cowboys named Etsy and Parks
had a row over in Graham county last
week, and Parks killed Elsy after the
latter had fired a shot at him.
The children of the Episcopal Sun
day school will have a Christmas tree
this year instead of the usual Christ
8FYour taxes are due and if not
paid by Dec. 15, an additional per
cent will be charged thereto each
month or fraction of a month. .
The recognition by the probate
court of Tucson of James Shea as ex
ecutor of the estate of James Farrell
throws mil all administrator appoint
' J P McAllister lin had hII of ilie
cottonwooJ tree" around his handsome
residence cut down. It seemed a pitv
but the caterpillar pen made it
D. X. Huns.iker, of the Stockman,
has been moved to San Diego, where
it is hoped ho will rapidly recover
from his illness which is said to be a
rSverc and dangerous one. J
f W. T. Cooper, of Dos Cabezas, has
been over to Gold Hill, New Mexico,
and convinced himself that the recent!
reported killing of his brother ther
was not suicide but an accident. vC
Two cases of disturbing the peace
were disposed of this morning. One
case paid in 1 20 and costs and the
other $3 and costs. The old jear
starts out late but is making a record,
Jor the new city government.
George Friak ran over by !:ss
own wagon last Monday and suffered
the breaking of two ribs and dislocat
ing of his collar bone. He was taken
to Tucson for treatment and is located
at the hospital thero.
The Western Passenger Association
has decided to .advance the rate from
Chicago to Pacific Coast points m
December 15 from $72.50 to .?". first
clas and second class from f 17.50 toj
V A big load of potatoes raised in the
Huachnca mountains. came in yester
day and were rurchascd by Frank
Wolcott. In a few years an imported
spud from California will be acuriositjy
in Tombstone. s
Otto Swatiseo was prubibly fatally
stabbed nt Bisbee last night by a wo
man known as "Spanish Mary."' The
only information recti vc! was that
Swansce had gone down to the wo
man's boose, and having rome trouble
with her she drew a dirk and stabbed
him through one lung. His recovery
is doubtful and the woman is not to
Regiment N. G. A.
OII1IIO 1 IIIHU s. 1 u,
(.Wednesday Dec. 24, 1S90)
MINING EXCHANGE HALL
Capt. U.S. ForJ Lieut Tbov M outlier
Lieut G. V. t hetner Serrt A R StanUcr
Sergt. T. F Melody
" L. Aubury
Corn. Nit Haw ke
" C. P. Hart
j. V. Bodrio
Jas. H. Hart
" R . Smith
" 11. C Mi.lman
Corp. Mtrloa Aubury
Geo. W. Oakel
U E. Aubury
A B. Sttnljer
K. A. Smith
C P. Hart
Corporal Nat Hawkc.
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE.
Iu the Probate Conrt, Cochise Conn
ty, r-rntory of Arizona In the mat
ter nf th.' ealato of Thomas Oileo. da
ceel. V A. Ogdea, administrator
of the cstu'e of Thomas Ogdea. de
ceased, havit fll-' ' U petition herein,
duly verified, praying for -n order nl
sale of certain real estate or mining
property of said deceased for the pur
pones therein set forth, it is therefore
ordered by the Judge of said court that
all persons interested in the estate of
naid deceased appear befoe the said
Pr-ibute Court on Monday the 5ih day
of Jur.11.1r1. 1891. nt 10 o'clock io th
forenoon of said day at the conrt room
of naid court, at the court honsn in tie
city of Tombstone, coanty of Coc'.U..
to show c nse why an order shonld not
be irrauted to the said administrator to
sell hII the real eittn or mines nf the
Hmd deceaxed at privatu pale, and that
a copy of th onler be pnblinlieil at
least four Kucceive weeks in tho daily
evoning PBOsPECTOn, a newspaper
primeil and published in iaid city and
county. E. It. MONK. Judge.
Dated I bit lt day of December, 1893,
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Tombstose, December 3d, 1S0O.
Dbau Sir. I sent you. a poem last
week and asV.ed you to publish it in
jour paper. You declined, and re
turned it to me with the crushing re
ply that I was no poel, and you could
"turn out better poetry out of a sau
sage machine." Now, I won't be
finished, and I propose to show up
Jour attempt to throttle budding gen
ins. Publish this card and the follow'
I mg poem in your paper and charge
f me your full rates. Yours,
James Mltcalf Riley.
I stood on the ocean's sandy beach,
And with a reed I wrote upon the
sands these words:
"Agnes, I love thee!"
But tho winds came and the waves
rolled mountains high.
And blotted out the fair impression.
Cruel wave?, treacherous sand, fragile
So longer wilt I trust to thee:
(But from the highest mountain peal
i I'll pluck the tallest pine
.Vnd, dipped in the crater of Vesuvius,
j J with it III write
I Upon the high and burnished heavens
V these tender words:
"KieUc has the finest and best selected
stock of unadulterated grocer
ies. At lowent prices in town."
And I would like to st-o any dog-gone
wave wash that on'.
).. .mot. MranH .. mm wrr
otvp. I jn M . ..rtrr ma -fc y. 1
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XU C, AZ.l.brC. Uuk 43U, Arsu.ta, Vlc
An enterprising El P.io fellow has
engaged half a do.fn Pueblo Indians
and rented a hall for them iv here daily
and nightly a ghost dunce attracts
hundreds of people at 50 cents a head
to witness it.
Dick Harris has returned to Tomb
stone, after an absence of a few jears.
He is coninced that Tombstone is
is the best camp in the Territory after
being in nearly all of them. He came
from Globe here and will go to work
again either here or at Tuniuois.
John Park: irss at Car'i-'le Vew
Mexico last week and says the new
find on the Jim Crow ledge near that
place is the best mining proprct he
has ever seen during a long resilience
Ho will return iu a few days and lo
cate a few claims. Graham County
Quite a heavy fall of snow was wit
nessed by those who happened to be
out of doors last night between nine
and ten o'clock. The weather toward
morning moderated however hdJ this
morning not a vettige of it nas to le
A ledge has been discovered in Win
nemucca mountain about two miles
west of that town which is creating
considerable excitement. There is
a foot of ore in the lead just iu the
srass reols tht nvaragr s f GO to the
ton in silver Silver State, Winne
The Rev L. D. Mansfield came in
by stage to-day ard will officiate only
in the morning a. 11 o'clook tomor
row at St. Paul's church, having un
fortunately sprained hi ankle at Ben
son last .tight by falling down a flight
of strps in the sidewalk, going from
th 1 station to his hotel, in the pitchy
A young miner named Nelson while
working in the Queen mine at Bisbee
fell down the shaft from the two Io
tho three hundred level night lcfore
last and lurt himself to such an ex
tent tlu' his life is despaired of. He
carc irom the 300 to the 200 on the
cage and it is supposed that he went
for powder and came back, butinstead
of finding the cage stepped off and
fell down the shaft.
Five loads of cattle, says the Citi-
zen, were shipped at the cattle pens
yesterday, consigned to Sentous BrO' ,
and destined for Sentous Spur, the
first station beyond Los Angeles. They
come from Holhrook's ranches at Poso
Bueno. Two carloads were also luid-
ed for J. A. Powell, destined for Puen
te, Cal. Sight carloads of cattle are
now in the pens belonging to S. Sil
berberg, purchased of S. Otero and
A SMART TERRIER.
Shs It Bliiea by a Hattteicake asd'Core
Among the valuable dogs onxed by J
P. Coope, of Ben Lomond vineyard, n a
fatuily ot thoroughbred wire-haired ter
riers, says the Santa Cruz Surf. Tti.w:
llttlo creatures are very bright, and
among other achievements aro quite ex
pert at snake-kiiling. That tucy have
an intuitive knowledge not only Uow t
kill snakes, but how to heil tberiu lvc-f
if a snake gets tho better of aa ca
counter, was proved not long sine by a
ineitlent noticed by some of ibo era
The mother terrier having discovered
a rattlesnake ready coiled for a sprirjg,
placed herself at a safe distance and he
gan barking loudly for an assistant
One of her family of terriers respordrJ
to the call, when the two doss placed
themselves one on cither side of tbo rat
tler, barking at It and slowly approach
ing it from opposite directions uatll
within about striking distance for Ihv
serpent. The exasperated ratUi r at 1 .si
sprang at the younger dog. when the
mother In groat fury pounced upon the
snake. The terriers seize fhfr serpents
about midway of tho body and shake
them without mercy until Jlf J is ox-
la this case the mother terrier at
tempted tbo usual raoda of procedure,
and was fairly successful, but tho fangs
of the snake in some way strtick bcr, la-'
flictlng a wound. It was evident to
those watching her that her sufferings
began at once, bat sbo did not Icee her
bead with fear. Sho made for a bunch
of snake weed not far off and ato freely
of Jt- Her next move was to a pool of
water tht mado a small muddy spot.
Into tbU sbo plunged, rolllnj; hersolt
about In every direction and covorinf
herself with mud- Tho on-lookcn gavo
bcr up for lost, but tbo canino physh isn
had healed herself, and the next morn
ing was tntircly aU'rht, as if sbo had
never met his rattlcsnakcsblp in deadly
llronson You look proud, Jones. You
ahouh remember hat the season for
pride is over.
Jones What Is tho proper season or
Bronson Augast. Pride gocth bo
tore the fall, you know. Llgnt.
I'reof nf- Met It
The proof of the merit of a plaster
is the cures it effects, anil the toIul
tiry ttimontaIs of thoe nho have
ued Allcocjc's 1'or.ops Pi.asTEni dur
ing the past thirty years Is unimpeach
able evidence of their superiority and
should convince the most ikrplicul.
Self prai.e is no recomeodatiou. but
certificates from those who have used
Uew.re of imitations aDd do not bo
deceived by misrepresentations. Ask
for .i.lcock's, aud let no solicitation
or explanation indncoyonto accept a
Allcock's Corn and Bunion Shields
-fleet qnfck and certain relief.
Ho! lor TuruoiM.
The Brjly and ICcmp line leave
Tombstone at 2 o'clock p. ni. Tucs-
l.iyn and Fridays. I.e.fie Turquois all
1 o clock a. in. on same days. Fare
im2 Round trip, $3. Olfice at
'table of Hare & Page.
rnit .xpi;kam;ii a. iikiuiciik.
' I'so "Rough on Pain." Instant re
lief. 23 and 50c ROUGH os CORNS.
Liquid, lac Salve, 10c. ROUGH ox
WORMS." Safe, sure cure. ioc.
Hneklen'a Arnlea Stall e.
Tus Best Salve in the world for
Cuts. Brnises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cares Piles, or no
py jeqeired. It is gnsran'd to Rive
perfect satisfaction, or money refnud
ed. Price cents per box. Fcr sale
by J. Yobro.
9 All nifiulliinililaiini
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S(isv ar. wraUc Inmtti to tim w,w.hBd .tt4t,
a4 bm, ton thti. xtt1f. W. c.a tafajali ym L. .a
tafantwl tmk rra IKII. 9aaiact. .iDlala kf Fall
fabnallea, rikl. 7'UUi:aiOUUItl, UUL
Wm Tlmcioa. p itxnatte- of IdaTi)let tad ,
nl,t: flesrlrisitterf h 'or more !r m
ttinIUtberXDe1clre rombtud Ut ttat b 1
teelier arlalLff fiom KUney and Mver trruba
Jo n lalte, ra-mtrand t -caiuaa ot tl e nie
place aaj, '-rinl Electric tit e i io tw th
biac KfDfy net L ver meclelb, nude cie feel
liken nrw ma . 8 W. tlardt er, tardw-arc
me'rhant am town JCleetrfc DIM !
jat t&c tblne ror a ta rbo 1 all ran down acd
duo'tr&re tf he Hve or dl-. be Inusd iew
ilrecxih. no d appetite at d te -Is IV. HW-tJad
a nee: lea ciHrt f. Ca ySOceaUat J. lonje'a
Illhbartt) Kheumntle and Liver PiIIh
These pills are scientifically com
pounded and uniform in action. No
griping pain so commonly following;
the use of pills. They are adapted to!
both adults and children with perfect
saieij. we guaiaotee ther nave no
equal in the cure of Sick Headache,
Constipation. Dyspepsia and Bilious
ness; and as an appetizer they excel
any other preparation. j
If you have assessment work to do
address "D" tlii- office t-9It will be
done promptly and reliably, nlltf
tr JlirhicI t'u tain. Miin-fleld. 111. mai..
tit tat mal that ,be caacbt cold, which .eiUed
on Her Ian;', thj a! ireite i lor a in n I, b i er
lamiljr fbiaictaa bat srew won . Ileiod b r
be a-t a bnpe eia Tldim of coa.ainp Ion and no
lr. KmR"a Nrw Dlieovirr tor Cotumiton.
hie toaeht 1. tt eanl to her Jelltbt round jer
icUbevard from Std9e. Steroctlnoed It
n.e -tiJ a.tt!r tl.lo(rt-n Utllc. foand berseJi
tojidtnd w.i, row d ter own htxicwotk
! iu well- abetter w a Vrie trl.t bott'ei
of tbla Ori at DlaeoTerr at 4 Yorre trn-tore
ar, e bottle 50 c nt and Jt.
Custom House Broker.
San, Pedro, Palorainas, Sonora, Mcxicc.
T05I BSTONE OFFICE :
jNo. 119, Fourth St., LegaUIow.
General, 3rerclian(lise Store
Liver sti'ile. R.ai
rant and Lodgings.
FOR SALE One CO-horee power
upngnt steam boiler, as good as new.
Une steam pump.
ja of work horses and mules, all
at reasonable rates.
All Brokerage Efiect&I al Lowest Rates.
Subscribe for and advertise
in the PROSPECTOR, the
only Daily in Cochise County
and the only one receiving
Press Dispatches. Circulation
aoule that of any taper in
Arizona ??' - ii!
To The Public I
I have Refurnished a-id Re-opened
BISBEE - HOUSE
ILL PERSONS VISITING
Cupper Cniup can ilud a
clean and pleasant
PLACE TO STOP.
Miss Minnie Davis has become in
terested with me in the house and
Everything Good to Eat
And plenty of it will be the feature of
the new place. Respectfully,
MRS. JAS. HART
BISBEE, - A. T.
All Kinds of Ornamental Work exe
cuted on Short Noice.
Fresh Cakes &Pies
JACOB LANG, Prop.
PALACE HOTEL t
BISBEE, A. T
MRS T M ENGLISH.
Everything New I
' Everything Clean I
Quiet Neighborhood P- " " '
Comfortable Beds I
Ventilation Perfect I
Cool Rooms I
D0Nt F0RGET TO ASK FOR
mT3 v 1
WHEN YOU VISIT BISBEE
BISBEE, - ARIZONA
Horses enred for by the day, week or
month. Turnouts of all kinds
ENLARGED, REXOVATED AXD
letter than ever prepared to cater to
the needs of the public.
E. S. ADAM, - - Proprietor
o. r. tv att. c. b. tarbklu
Ujuieutaking Parlors of
New Hearse, New Goods, Everything
CofJi risi Caskets Kobesi 'Etc
rrom the ttalseat to the e'limt Via,,-,
Tlie Columbia Iron Caskets kspt con
stantly in Stock.
Bodies Temporarily or Permanently
Embalmcdby the Latest Process.
All Work entrusted
te as shall have the
l-fNight orders left at Hare & Page's
livery office promptly attended to.
I have had sciatic rheumatism
eighteen rears.' The pains in my limbs
and back were unbearable acd I rfrnM
not nss my left limb. I was confined
to my bed v-eek, at a time with tor- &
menticg pains. Four bottles of Rib-
bard's Rbemnatio Syrnp entirely cored
me. C L. Dcxiiau. Drufrgit,Avw:at
low aV' For sale by J, Toe go.