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PROSPECTOR, FRIDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 19. 1890.
DECEMBER - - - 19. IS90.
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Bisbee 7.00 t M Fairbank 9.00 a.m.
Fairbank 10.00 a. m. Bisbee 1230 n'n
IDaily, except Sunday.
f Pacific time.) iTi
Bkv Williams, Supt,
Native or alfalfa hay by
loose or bale! at Sydow's.
1. M. Osborne Mower and Raker
and Halladay Wind-mills at Wolcotfs
Choice Eastern Dried Apples nud
Dried Raspberries at Wolcotfs. 7-19-tf
Choice California cheeso and Hol
and Herring at Hoeder's. tf
J. H. White' Fresh Ranch Butter
Fare to Bisbee via Engle'a stage line
reduced to $2.50. nU.I
Don't fail to see the beautiful com
bination toilet case at Frank Yaple'a.
Crown Mills Flour, Fresh Buck
wheat and Graham Flour and Meals
just received at HoeflerY.
Fresh garden and Uower seeds. El
Paso onion need and alfalfa seed at
G. E. Braly, the pioneer dairy man.
will deliver milk anywhere in the city
al reasonable rates during the winter
Before sending off for holiday goods
go and see the elegant display at
Choice branas of butter and cbeew
at Hoefler'a the pioneer grocer, on Fre
raont and Fifth trota. n2
Wall paper for everybody at Eucher
Gres' White Blanks 20e, Gilts 30c,
per double roll. Sew goods; best
For a lame back, a pain in the file
or chest, or for aooth-ache or ear-ache,
prompt relief may be had by using
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It is relia
ble. For sale by H. J. Peto,
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
Just arrived from the east, the fol
lowing articles: Cape Cod Cranberries,
Apples, Full Cream Cheese, Mince
Meat, Zante Currants, Sour Krout,
New Orleans Molassei, Boston Black
Molassses, at Hoefler'p, 024-t
HJbbartt'tf Jlheummilr and l.lver Till
These pills are scientifically com
pounded and nniform in action. No
Crlpiog pain so commonly following
the use of pills. Tbey are adapted to
bothadalts and children with rerfict
safety. We guarantee they have oq
equal in the cure of Sick Hetdtcbe,
Constipation. DysptpMa and Bilioas
nes; and as an appetizer tbey excel
any other 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 wil!2be sold at
THE WORLD'S BEST
IU0 equal for Ktrle, Fit ami Wear. PosluVftr
lib. tts oeinAKttneaforUieBumry. Dodos
UdatcjTnL beettaap on bottom rt each sbo.
Tslte io otter. Erery pair warranted, BtTllib
tail -TTaltoiriTSboelu tie oxrkrt. MtdeLr
i. (M.tPEEPLES A CO CHICACO.
S. M. BARROW,
Sole Agent for Cochise Co.
rly low prices. d2tf7
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Subscribe for the Projector
Col. Forscytho is visiting Fort Huaj
chuca on business.
The tail end of the big eastern'
storm is expected here in a daror
A few more chances let. in the
beautiful toilet case at YapleV. They
ir. (mini ratiijllt
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f Tho Bj
ant oi inmu'iune reccivru u
fine line of new furniture jesterdavfl
a meeting of the directors of the
Epitaph Co, held lt night it was de
cided to issue it hereafter as a Sunday
The citizens of our city and county
will be pained to hear of the death yes
terday of Dan HuusaVer at San Diego,
His presence will be sadly missed.
The Wkkkly Pcospector was issued
last night. Scud for a sample copy.
Contains all the news of the week.
Only ?i per annum.
The outbuildings attached to the
signal office at Whipple were destroy
ed by fire on the Gth. Loss about
?1,909 or $1,500.
The Boggs and Hacklerry mines
and tho smelter are being connected
by a narrow gauge railroad six miles
long. It is to be extended into Cop
Needles, Cal , is soon to erect
handsome large school building. Th.
Arizona Sandstone Company of Flag
staff will furnish stone to be ued in
its construction. Democrat.
Jlr. rourr has moved his family n
from hi-ranch in the Drains for th
purpose oi putting the emmren in
school. They are livinz at the corner
of Eighth and Bruco Sts
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a company nas been lormeu in
Phcnix for the purpose of damming
tho Agua Fria, a trioutary of Salt
River, It is considered of vast impor
tance to that part of Arizona.
f K r r a .if. ...h 1... v .f I. .. I u f....II..'l
was initiated into the mjateriout
chain gang this morning. He will,
during the ensuing ten days, have
rcble means of support.
The Mexican papers are adopting
the American newspaper fashion of
offering prizes f r the most popular
ptrson or beautiful lady, to be derided
by the votes of patrons.
The Mail and Express sayi : "One
of the results of the recent Indian out
break can be seen in the large nnioimt
of frontier literature which has again
made, its appearance on the news
Rev. G. II. Adams and daughter
have gone east. While in Denver he
will visit the schools in the interest of
the Methodixt college to be established
in Pbenix, and he will also consult
an occulUt iu Chicago.
The "Busy Bees" of Phenix have
just given a grand Business Mail's
carnival. Among the names of the
young ladies taking part we noticed
those of Mia Florence Tweed and
Mifs Goodrich, formerly of Tomb
rjw pounds oi ground chili were
brought up from Mexico to-day by 19
Mexicans with about double the num
her of animals. Itparsa duty of 4
cents per pound and was offered at 25
cents per pound.
McGowan who killed his partner irhj
the Chiricahua mountains a short ll
firm? Sr-O nnrl ifiat llf fMtftA I in frdflinrr if
,.... .. ... ...,...,,
out of jail on bond, is a brother of
J. II. McGowan of Washington city,
one of the most prominent attorney.
The political pot still boils. Two'
individuals had a row in an Allen
street restaurant, a coupk- of iiishts
II a to and a large mirror was smashed
in the melee. The damage don
amounted to $25 and it was all abou
firover Cleveland's lecord.
The Phenix Herald say; "The
committee having in charge the se
curing of the guarantee fund for the
Indian school got the necessary sum
and forty-three subscribers to it in a
short limr this morning and the re
quired guarantee is therefore secured
and the matter now rests with tha
Commissioner of Indian affairs. The
school will undoubtedly be establish
Mr. Walter T. Vail who
editing the Tucson Citizen,
to Los Angeles on a visit. The Lords!,
burg Liberal in meutioning his visit
to that place, recently says he is an
orange blossom transplanted from W
Los Angeles conservatory to th cac
us covered plants of Tucson.
The engineer who was so seriously
injured in the railroad wreck near
Kineman, A. T. last week, died sub
sequently. His name was Charles D
Henessy. He had been an engineer
on the Mexican Central and was on
his way to Needles to take a new posi
There was an attemnt at suicide
before last which did not ter
minate fatally however. It was the
old story he was jealous, fired his
tistol through the ceiling and fell over
itha eroan. She rushed in and
hrew herself upon his body, couldn't
ind the wound and he jumped up amy
au off as a crowd gathered.
Judge Sloan arrived in town this
noon and opened court this p. ro. The
Neptune sale and subsequent events
were brought up and discussed. Dur
ing the afternoon the point was raised
by Col. Herring that there can b- no
redemption by the trustee or Co., as
the sale was under a trust deed and
not a mortgage.
The Yuma Times says in relation
to the recent murder of a medicine
man at that place : "After an Indian
doctor has lost a certain number of
patients, believed to be nine, he for
feits bis own life. The position of
medicineman is not much sought after
among the Yumas. We tremble to
think of the consequences to the Am
erican medical profession should the
advanced ideas of the aborigines be
On Tuesday last S. H. Bryant, of
Tombstone, was in Socorro with two
car loads of ore from the Tom Scott
mine, Turquois mining district east of
Tombstone. The ore looks well and
pays for shipment to the Rio Grande
smelter. Mr. Bryant is an old time
Arizouian, has been there for years
and when the camp came down to
steady habits, he went to his property
and commenced developing it, the rr
si'Jt is that he has A o. I mine and
to-day a rich man. Socorro X, M.
There is now lying in the DeLamar
office, says the Silver City, (Idaho)
Avalanche, a silver nugget which will
be seen by a good man million peo
ple two years from now, for it is p'o
posed to place it in the Idaho exhibit
of the World's Fair. It is a chunk of
silver glance with masses of ruby sil
ver running through it, and weigh
ing three hundred and sixty pounds,
Millions oi people mil give it a mere
passing notice at the Worlds Fair and
then turn away to wonder at some
other specimen not one hundredth
part as valuable, for this nugget is not
handsome and few will consider that
it is one of the biggest nuggets taken
from what is today the richest di
covered silver mine in America.
Oipod to rU TMlk.
A singular runaway la reported from
South Brooklyn, N. Y. A woman Earned
Gildersleere, who had lived with ber
husband for over thirty years and bad
borne bim four sons, some of whom
have attained manhood, baa left ber
home because, as she states in a letter,
her husband had not furnished her
means to properly clothe herself and
had refused to give her the money to
have her teeth attended to. She there
fore secured a position at 31 a month,
and with her earning for a Tear she
said that she proposed tchava ber teeth
properly sareilw, and with the balance
to buy clothes to last her during life.
Then, if her husband would receive her,
she intended to return to him, as she
lorcd him. Mr. Glldersleeve has
searched In Tain for his wife; says he
provided Uberally for her and I urnUhed
her a horse, but did not approve of her
having false teeth.
A prominent inaicin and
army surgeon in eastern Iowa was
called away from home for a few days;
during his absence one of the children
contracted a severe cold and his wife
bought a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for it. They were so
much pleased with the remedy that
they afterwards used several bottles at
various times. He said, from his ex
perience with it, he regarded it as the
most reliable preparation in use for
colds and that it came the nearest be
ing a specific of any medicine he had
ever seen. For sale by H. J. Peto,
I BE GIVEN BY-
Rescue Hose Co. No. 1
ii at i
Xew Year's Eve, Wednesday. Dec. 31,'to
ceaxiTTXC or iuus.i!eixti
rranX Kjran, . J. Monti.
Quel Geo. Oibora.
1. H. Austin.
C L. Cuiuming.
1. V. Stianjhuessy,
r. V. V'ood.
I. N. McDonoujb,
V. H. Warnekros.
Nat ttawLe. Geo. 1 botuMon.
Guy Poell, A B. Sumger
acob . Miller. J as. Hart.
lira Nichols, Joe Uppert.
I Miano. Waller Walsh
Flooi Manager J J. Montt
We carry a very large line of
Goods suitable for Christ
mas presents which we offer
at prices to enable every
body to think of their
FOR THE LADIES
Hand Painted Fans,
S hatch of all Kinds,
Barege and Silk Veilinys,
A Iteautiful line of Totcels,
Knit and Flannel Underwear,
Embroidered Sdk Handkerchiefs,
AU Shndesand Colors of Silk Thread
.1 Beautiful line of Keck Wear, hare to
be seen to be appreciate. Kmbroid-
ered Slippers, Silk Suspenders,
Silk Mufflers and Hand-
Boys Overcoats, Suits,
Fancy Caps and Hats from 25
Cents Upwards. Full line of Child-
rens &. Boys Underwear, Boots A Shoes.
ll! l'r nilire!
L. A. Fugle in now running a fast
two-horse rig between Tombstone nd
Bisbee. leaving Tombstone at 7:30 a.
in. Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays
and Uiabee on alternate days, at same
hour. Orders for passage or freight
to be left at store of Geo. H. Fitts
Tombstone. Office at Bisbee at
I HUM lib!
DAUPHIN. DAUPHIN. DAUPHIN,
Any person Iransatting business np to the 9th of Jaouiry with M. A.
Dauphin of New Orleans, can send package containing not less than five dollai s
by Express, free of charge.
To the Front
The Citizens of Bisbee Will
Celebrate the Holiday
For Cow-ponies Only.
For Cow-ponies only, on Dec.
To The Pubic
I have He-furnished and Ite-opened
BISBEE - HOUSE
UISBLin A. T.
ILL PERSONS VISITING
' Copper Camp can find 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,
MBS. JAS. HABT
BISBEE, "- A.
Kinds of Ornamental Work exe
cuted on Short Noice.
Fresh Cakes &Pies
JACOB LANG, "Prop.
MllS T M ENGLISH. -
Ever thing Clean I
Quiet Neighborhood !
Comfortable Beds I
Ventilation Perfect I
Cool Rooms 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, JIEXOVATED ASD
belter than ever prepared to cater to
fie needs ofthepullic.
E. S. ADAM.
If-you hae assessment work to do
address "D" tin office. s"It will be
one promptly and reliably nll.tf
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