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TOMBSTONE DAILY PROSPECTOR, THE: DA EVENING. DECEMBER 9. 1890.
DECEMBER - - - 9, 1800.
Ar'joan Houlheatern R. K
Bisbee 7.00 t ta Fairbank 9.00 un.
Fairbank 10.00 a. m. Bisbee 12.30 n'n
IDaity, except Sunday.
Bex Williams, Supt,
D. M. Osborne Mowers and Raker
and Halladay Wind-mills at Wolcott's
Native or alfalfa bay by the
loose or baled at Syixjw's.
Cboite Eastern Dried Apples and
Dried Raspberries at Wolcotfs.7-19-tf
Choice California cheese and Hol
and Herring at Hoefler's. tf
J. H. White's Freeh
Fare to Bisbee -via Engle's stage line
reduced to f 2.D0. nl4.f
WANTED-A male cook to cook
forSOor-JOmenat Tunmois. Apply
of P. Hook at the Fashion Saloon, lw
G. E. Braly, tlie pioneer dairy man
will deliver milk anywhere in the city
at reasonable rates during the winter.
Crown Mills Flour, Fresh Buck
wheat nd Graham Flaur isd Meals
just received at Hoefler's.
Fresh garden and flower seeds, El
Faso onion seed and alfalfa seed at
Warranted pure at
Choice br&nas of butter and
at Hoefler's the pioneer grocer, on Fro
aont and Fifth streets. n2
For a lame back, a pain in the side
or chest, or for aooth-ache or ear-ache,
prompt relief may be had by using
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It isrelia-
ble. For sale by H. J. Prro,
Oust Teceived a new invoice or
Choice old Port, Five year old Zin fan
del, Sherry and Angelica winesC Also
finest brands of family liqnors at I
Just arrived from the east, tho fol
lowing articles: Cape Cod Cranberries,
Apples, Full Cream Cheese, Mince
Meat, Zante Currants, Sour Krout,
New Orleans MoUsset, Boston Black
Molassses, at HoeitjbV,' ,024-t
UlhbarMfthPBatleaBt Liver Iill
-ti . ..11 .. ..i.nKfiAaTt. trim..
pounded and uniform in action. Nt
crrinincr nsvin SO COmmOoW foKowinpA
tba nse of pills. They are adapted to
both adults and children with -erfect
safety. We guarantee they have no
equal in the cure of Sick Hetdacbo,
Constipation, Djsppia and Bilns-
ness; and as an appetizer they excel
any othr preparation.
Five tons, 10,000 pounds,
of Crockery of all descrip
tions just opened at
This importation of semi
porcelain ware is direct from
England and will be sold at
astonishingly low prices. d2tf
JIOCUII O Y COCHH.
For Coughs, Colds. Hoarseness, Sore
Throat, 25c. ROUGH OX TOOTH
ACHE. Instant Relief. 15c ROUGH
ON CORNS. Liquid, l&c Salve, 10c
Kid BllttOU S2.50 SfiOG
IUj bo Fial for Style. Fit and Wear. rosiuVelr
&lwitioeln A2rilortfcsxrarT. no
' WHO KM. J
ktdMelTed. See stamp oa bottom ofaxhihoe.
. i3 no oyr. PrtrT pir wanaited. NjIUii
tal aa1 tosny 5 shoe la Vbt marktt. Mad by
J. M.PEEPl-C8 A. CO., CHICAGO.
S. M. BARROW,
Sole Agent for 0 o.
Globe had two inches of rain during
the present storm.
Goorge Walker returned today from
a visit to Pboriix.
Miss Elba Ciewley, of Los Angeles,
is the guest of Mrs. U W. Wood, of
Chas. Me'gren is running as a mes
senger on a rond between Seattle and
Th school at Ha'lgren's, on the
San Teilro river, is without a teacher.
It is a $70 take. Who'll have it!
Steps aie bring tkii to form a
iiranrh of III farmers' sllisscc in All
zona. II. G. Howe hat returned from a
long sojourn at the Imurcs mines, in
Don't fail to ctlt and inspect Frank
Yuplo's Christmas goods whether you
Hih to buy or not.
II. 1. Driokw.itor and wife. Profes
sor Fowler ami Mr. E. Hanson left to
Jay for the cut.
Davi, who killed a Chinaman at
tlarhar lsst summer as comicied
by a jury in Tucson yesterday.
The price ot quicksilver has fallen
from if.'iG to $52.50 per flask ii a very
short time. The mill men can stand
fJF Your taxes am ilu ind if no
paid by Dec. 15, an additional 1 per
cent will Imj charged thereto task
month or fraction of a monrA. .
The Coppr Queen Co., of Bibee,
will exhibit two cars of ore from their
minM nt t!i worltl'j fair. Tliev will
pay all the cxpenes of this display.
The U. S m.il cart and horse were
washed 'aw-ay last week between Pay-
son andtRyejiu Yutapai county and all
loit. TJiaidnier eecaped.
A private skating club has ben or-
ganizcd and the use of tho rink two
lays in the trcck is given up to the
healthful exercise of falling down and
irettine un arain.
" - - ... . N
The Grand Central null will close
down during the present month for
an indefinite period and tho men will
look for pastures new.
Two and a half cents is being paid
for beef kleurs delivered at points un
the Mexican Central road. The cattle
are shipped to the.Gity of Mexico and
Frank Austin has received a letter
from Phenix which states that fifty
carloads of alfalfa hay have been
shipped to I-os Angeles from the Salt
Lrivcr valley during the pat month.
The road from Mammoth to Tuc
son says the Citizen is now being rap
idly built, the worLmen being at pres
ent between Oracle and Mammoth.
The contract for building has been let
by Pinal county to Eamas Bros who
arc to complete the road within three
months for ?-1.705. It is reported that
they intend finishing the road i.i much
less time than the agreement calls for
eight men and ten horses being now
It is stated that Geronimo, the train
and stage robber was at Miller's ranch
trying to change American money for
Mexican money, oue day last week.
Millers' ranch is in Sonora on the (W
Negro Stage road. He did not get
accomodated with the change and
went away aesin. He seemed to be
well supplied with funds.
A, li. liugiMj reiurneu tojay iro;
n .. . . ...
Tiirsuii, where he has been attending
court, II states thtt the deci-ion of
Judge Kibbey has created a feeling of
intense interest down there amnnp
the legal fraternity, and that the ques
tion of whether the past indictments
of twelve m;n as a grand jury were
legal or otherwise, is a question
The World EnrlclirS.
Tba faeiiities of ILe pretenl day for
the production of ery thing that will
eondnne to the material welfare and
comfort of mankind are almost nnlita-
ited, and when Syrup of Ftps was first
produced the world was enriched with
the only perfect laxative Known, as it
:s the only remedy which is truly
pleasing and refreshing to the taste
and prompt and effectual to cleanse the
system gently id the Spring-time or.
in fact, at any tiae, and the belter it is
kaowB the more popular it becomes.
With the Decision of Kibhy
un Grand Juries-
The following dispatch received
this afternoon shows that Judge Sloan
and Kibby agree upon the point of a
grand jury composed of but twelve
Trcsoy, Dec. 9, 1S0O.
FitosPECTon The Rood caso came
up for trial to-day in the district court.
Barnes, attorney for Rood, raised the
point that the indictment was il
legal as the grand jury was not a legal
body. The same objections being rais
ed as in the case of the Territory vs.
Gill in Phenix, Judge Sloan sustained
tho demurer thus endorsing Kibby's
Facts and figures are always of in
terest to cattlemen. The Glove SiHrr
Belt gives the following valuable
Dr. 5. C. Heineman and P. D. Mc-
Cobe returned from a business trip to
Phenix, a few daja since. The Doc
tor placed 88 head of beef cattle on
.-..- ? .11 TZ. tt ....1 Vl
M..Uit, IU Clll Xkl.Cr tltliCV UU BOIU
70 head which had been on alfalfa
there for five and half months. The
cattlo in that time made an average
ain of SCO pounds, and sold for two
tents per pound gross, the top price
; now ruling. There are about 15,000
head of cattle on pasture in Salt River
valley, 900 or which belong to E. E.
Kellner. The price of pasturage has
risen from 40 cents to 75 cents and
little if any can now be had at the
latter figure. Dr. Hincman was fat or
ably impressed with Salt River valley,
and predicts a great future for it.
A Clecr Cupture.
Charlie Smith, line rider, made a
clever capturo of a Mexican and fortv
Wllons of mescal two nichts ago. He
Expected his man, whose name is Da
rmiano Miranda. It was in the vicini-
ty of Bisbee that the man cam- along
wie trail ami wojs caucu uf.Mjn iu uait
with a muzzle of asho'gunin Smith's
hands staring him in the face. He
halted and was driven in with his two
burros I" Bisbee. He was known to
be a desperate fellow and is an uncle
f Geronimo, the ontiaw. Smith
thought to put him in the ju at Bis-
tfce till morninz. but a Mexican wo-
lan had the jail to herself, and as tha
isbee jail is "good for one only," he
had to look elsewhere for quarters fo
lds man. He pre empled a saloon
and shackled his prisoner, and the
next morning pur. him on a horse am:
the two burros, mescal and smuggler
were landed safely in this city where
he now is.
Arizona nail Her Drlecrnte.
The National Democrat, of Wash
ington, D. C, put Arizona down as re
publican. Seeing its mistake it mates
the following amende :
"But we have carried Arizona and
we make our apologies to the Hon.
Marcus Smith for ever allowing that
Arizona ceased to b a democratic ter
ritory. Mr. Smith is one of the most
brilliant and level headed democrats
in public life, and we hope to see hint
representing the democrats in the
United States Senate before many
years shall have passed."
Geo. W. Chcyney and wife will leave
tomorrow on a short visit to Yuma.
Mr. Cheyney goes on official business
in connection with his office of supr
inrn(ierir 'A JJuUisinsfruciion.
Last night 1G7 head of cattle were
loaded at the cattle pens, consigned to
S. Silverberg, San Francisco, for sale
on commission. The cattle came from
S.Otero's ranch and arc fine and fat.
Mr. Otero reports that there are at
present several buyers in the county
who are offering a cent and three-
quarters a pound for stock which will
be generally relnsed by cattlemen, as
the stock in general are in fine con
dition and will be held for two cents.
If you hae assessment work to do
address "D" this office fJTll will be
done promptly and reliably, nlltf
Subscribe for the Prospector
Don't fail to sea the beautiful com
bination toilet case at Frank Yaple'e.
The counv? tax collector of Pima
county wants ic impress upon the
people the necessity of paying taxes
before the third MoniJay in December
and winds up his call in this way :
"Taxes must be paid in my office in
the County court house bttwcu the
hours of 9 a. m. and 5 p. m. every day
It will strike the average mind that
the method of paving taxes once a
year h enough, but paying tlieGttery
day; Oh, heavens!
IIO'l'i:i. AIUEI A ..
Peter Jones, Chicago: James Pott,
Thos Whitehead, H J Messing, San
SAX JOSE HOUSE.
James Schultz, Pasadena.
BOOKS OLD AND NEW.
A Hebrew translation ot Longfellow's
"Psalm of Life" has just been printed
Tjje first edition of Michael Davltf
new paper was 150,000 copies, and tho
paper bids fair to keep up to that point.
)jTnE library of Napoleon III., saved
irkajrtfcp TulIWI vbn it TiS In
fllmcsis shortly to be sold by auction.
Two books with tho marginal notes in
Luther's handwriting have been dis
covered in the municipal library at
Tuc highest price ever paid for a book,
ltls said, was 550,000. It was for a vel
lnm missal which was presented to
King Henry VIII, by Popo Leo X.
Next spring will see the publication
of tho colleges of Oxford, a book giving
the history and traditions of those fa
mous institutions of learning. The
book Is edited by a Tello; of Lincoln,
and tho various chapters? are contrib
uted by well-known members of tho
Couxctioss of engraved portraits
have always proved favorite hobbles.
Ono writer a few years ago stated that,
although Shakespeare headed the list
with some 1,000 heads, the case of Dick
ens was tho more remarkable, as bis 400
odd portraits, chiefly unofficial, wcro
dono in his life-time. Lord Ronald
Goner recently published a volume on
the portraits ot .Mario Antoinette, and
now a book is issued by the Marquis de
Surgercs of 300 portraits ot Richelieu.
For an elegant toilet case nt Frank
Yaple's, Dtfc. 23d no on exhibition at
his Central News Depot. Tickets one
Boarding and lodging lioue. Fifth
street between Allen and Totighnut.
Reopened under the management of
Mrs Boyle. 11-20-tf
For a cut. bruise, burn or scald
their is nothing equal ti Chamber
Iain's Pain Balm. It heals the parU
more quicklv than any oilier applica
tion, and unless the injury is very se
vere, no scar is left. ForsalebyH. J
1I! lor Turqiioin.
Tho Bralr and Kemp line leave
Tombstone at 2 o'clock p. m. Tucs
days and Fridays. I,eave Turquois at
7 o'clock a. m. on same days. Fare
J2 Round trin. $3. Office at
stable of Hare fc Page.
Rnekten'M Arnica, mcItp.
Tna Best Salve ia the world for
Cnts. Bruises, rfores. Ulcers. Sal'
Rheum, Fever Sores, Chapped tflxnds.
ChillTlaina. Corns, and all Stin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranty! to Rive
yxrfect satisfaction, or money refnud
ed. Price 15 cents per box. Fcr tale
by J. Yoage.
4 . .
Hrnb-ni rharch, -'n M d K jtp I
f-elltn dy tell wat w nd T-JJt. VFn '
New D irery lias done for mr My tiiniff
wettJid)T dfseaM-d, and mr prtlilinerii
ttioarhl I would lire only a f w week. I
took a te bottles of Dr. Kl g' New Picor.
cry and am sound and well, sralnlntr-' ''"
Arthar Iire, manoeer Lore's Fnnny Folks
Combination, writes "After a thorough
trial and e-nrlnclns erHenee, I am eonS
dent Dr Kite's New DUcvery f r Con
numuilon beats "em all. and cure when
everytbinirelae falls The aTreatestkinuuefs
I ran do ray rt ny tlio-i,nd friends l to
nre them to try It' Free -rla' ! le at
Jitrt' lrae Store. Rs sr lzes W -ents
mi- r. mf
fwr , aT mam -' -TT--
rami few w -
fnstt i-iy mrmmt inm s-
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tra f slhn BBfe.iM.vfi MtaC i -
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Tombstone, December 3d, 1890.
Dear Sir. I sent you a poem last
week and asked you to publish it in
your paper. You declined, and re
turned it to me with the crushing re
ply that I was no poel, and you could
"turu out better poetry out of a sau
sage machine." Now, I won't be
crushed, and I propose to show up
your attempt to throttle budding gen
ius. Publish this card and the follow
ing poem in your paper and charge
me your full rale. Yours,
James Mwcalf Riley.
I stood on the ocean's sandy beach,
And with a reed I wrote upon the
sands these- words :
"Agnes, I lovo thee!".
But the winds came and the waves
rolled mountains high.
And blotted out the fair impression.
Cruel waves, treacherous sand, fragile
No longer will I trust to thee;
But from the highest mountain peal
I'll pluck the tallest pine
And, dipped in the crater of Vesuvius,
with it I'll write
Upon the high and burnished heavens
these tender words .
"Kiele has the finest and best selected
stock of unadulterated grocer
ies. At lowest prices in town."
And I would like to see any dog-gone
wave wash that out.
Company UG." -
Regiment N. G. t.
(li"fiiM(ay Dee. S4, 18W)
MINING EXCHANGE HALL
Capu H. S. Ford Ural. Thrn. Moinrer
Lieut, u w bcrncy Serr.,A. U. bucktr
sert. T. F. Melody
K . brmth
Corp. Nt Hauke
" C P. Hart
F. W. rVadno
Ed. Cain .
Ju. H. ilt
" II C MiUman
Corp. Manon Aubtur
N I. Riley
lion W. OaVes
Wm. hanky '
l E. Aubury--
A. EL Suniger
k. A- :Ditn
Corpora! Nat llaxkc.
San Pedro, Palorainas, Sonora.'.Mciicc-
th St., LegaTR
Liver $ t A-., l-i-ti
rant and Lodgings.
FOR SALE One 35-horse power
up'ieht steam loiler, as gool a new.
One Ktpum nnmp
" ji of work bnriu'x nd nuil-s, all
at roasonablf rate.
AHBrnkrrngi Effortdlat Imrfsf Ratfs.
Subscribe for and advertise
w -wMr " "s
lAr 5,A, in flrlnc ( flitilfv
"'v -"rsMjf " "" - ".iv
and (JtW onl one
r rci i isj'iiiLiici
tltaf- 'of any taper cin
To The Public I
I have Re-furnished and Re-opened
BISBEE - HOUSE
1HSBEB A. T.
ILL PERSONS VISITING THE
Copper Camp can find a quiet,
f"n at:d plcsssnt
PLACE TO STOP.
Miss Minnie Daws has become in
terested with me in the house and
Everything Good to Eat
A.nd plenty of it will be the feature
the new place. Respectfully,
3UIS-. JAS. HART
BISBEE, - A.
All Kinds of Ornamental Work exe
cuted on Short Koice.
JACOB LANG, 'Prop.
Everything Clean 1
Quiet Neighborhood !
Comfortable Beds I
Ventilation Perfect 1
Cool Rooms I
DONT FORGET TO ASK FOR
WHEN YOU VISIT
BISBEE, - ARIZONA
Horses cared for by the day, wee,fcTbr
month. Turnouts of all kinds'
ENLARGED, RENOVATED InD"
better than ever prrpared to eater to
the needs of the public.
E. S. ADAM.
i. r. watt. o. b.tarbell.
Undeetaki.no Parlors of
Xew Hearse, Xew Goods, Everything
Cnflins,Oaskets, Holies, Etc
From th Rilnet to the Finest Vad.
The Columbia Irorr Caskets kept con
stantly in Stock.
Bntti't Tempiyranly or Prmuxnentii
Embalmed by the Latest Process.
An Work entrusted te na shall havt the
NisJht orders left atHareA Pace's
livery office promptly attended to.
Dr. A M. Spni,r,isrt.c.f GrTtid Rap
nl. JicU . I rcril Hib
brTa IlbsRUsaatre 9yrnp lo mv prc
M. m)4 Botiastuatirlv rat- ncavni it.
.' -,m nptv U -vr l?y nd
T ' i- - ' I- n in the
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ale by J.Yonge. Z
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