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title: 'Tombstone daily prospector. (Tombstone, Ariz.) 1887-1891, December 20, 1890, Image 4',
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TOMBSTONE DAILY PROSPECTOR, SATURDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 20. J 890.
DECEMBER - - - 20. 1890.
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II rue Card.
Bisbee 7.00 t m Fairbank 3.00 .m.
Fairbank 10.00 a. m. Bisbee 12.30 n'n
IDaily, except Sunday.
Bet Williams, Supt,
Native or alfalfa hay by
loose or baled at Syoow's.
D. M. Osborne Mowers and Raker
and Halladay Wind-mills at Wolcotfs
Choice Eastern Dried Apples and
Dried Raspberries at Wolcott's.7-10-tf
Choice California cheeso and llol
and Herring at Hoefler's. tf
J. H. White's Fresh Ranch Butler
at Wolcotfs. 7-19-tf
Fare to Bisbee via Engle's stage line
reduced to 12.50. nl-kf
Don't fail to see the beautiful com
biuation toilet cose at Frank Yaple's.
Crown Mills Flour, Fresh Buck
wheat and Graham Flour and Meals
just received at Hoefler's.
Fresh garden and Hower seeds, E!
Paso onion need and alfalfa seed at
G. E. Braly, the pioneer dairy man.
will deliver milk anywhere in the city
at reasonable rates during the winter
Before sending oft" for holiday goods
go and nee the elegant diplay at
Choice branas of butter and cbeevs
at EIo2er's the pioneer grocer, on Fre
m nt and Fifth trwl. n2
Wall paper for everybody at Eucher
Gres White Blanks 20c, Gilts 30c,
per double roll, Xew goods; best
made. , -
or a lame back, a pain in the side
or chest, or for aooth-ache or ear-ache,
prompt relief miy be had by using
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It is relia
ble. For sale by IT. J. Veto,
Just received a new invoice of
Choice old Port, Five year old Zinfan
del, Sherry and Angelica wines. Also
finest brands of family liqnors at
Just arrived from the east, the fol
lowing articles: Cape Cod Cranberries,
Apples, Full Cream Cheese, Mince
Meat, Zanto Currants, Soar Krout,
Xew Orleans Molasses, Boston Black
Molasses, at Hoefler's, 02-1-t
XHIibard' Rheumatic and l.lver Pitln
These rills are scientifically pom
pounded and uniform in action. X
griping pain so commonly fol'owinp
the ate of pills. They are adapUd to
both adults and children with ..erfect
safety. We gnttantee they have no
eqnal in the cure of Sick Headache.
Constipation. Djsppia and Bilious
ness; and as an appetizer they excel
any othr preparatiin.
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!J be sold at
astonishingly low prices. d2tf
THE WORLD'S BEST
lmtt-a oe la America for th money. Do not
bsdeeelrcd. aer stamp on boUouotaMh shoe.
Tio no other. Eerj pair warranted. SCTtlih
sad crca! to nr tbor la the market. Mai by
t. MPEEPLES 4. Ct CHICACO.
S. M. BARROW,
Sole Agent for Cochise Co.
Win. Shilliam is up from Demon.
Lawyer Heney of Tucson is attend
Fhenix is agitating the question of a
A.E. Fay,.an old time newspaper
man of Arizona is on his ay back to
Phenix from California.
The El Iaso Herald says freight
rates will lie raised on western rail
roads after New Years dav.
C. X. Thomas has come in from
Mammoth. He states that all is bustle
and life at that camp.
Household help is reported as very
scarce in Bisbee as well as in Tomb
stoue. Miss Mary Lothrop, is making a
tour of the northern part of the terri
tory lecturing on temperance.
Miss Josie Dutraux, a niece of
Pajual Xigro, who was formerly a
pupil in the public schools, has re
turned to tombstone. v
Tom Smith, Mayor of Huachuca
Siding and Mrs J. C. LVjan, widow of
the late Col. Dean, were united in
marriage on Thursday last.
Mis Carolyn, "SleXair, a sister
(Mrs. J. A. Rockfellou of Tombstone,
scents to be a leading spirit among the
The Gazette says that Ben Good
health has improved in a won
Wlerful degree since his previous vist
The assignee states that the outlook
of an adjustment of Win Kieke's diffi
culties it favorable for a oue hundred
cent on the dollar settlement.
A popular tote iu Santa Barbara,
Cal. was in favor of closing saloons
after 11 o'clock at night, and on Sun
days all day.
A negro soldier was i-liot and killev
'at Fort Grant last Friday by Geo Mc-
LKittrick the barkeeper at Cress' sa
loon. The shooting wa justifiable.
The Gazette says 203 arrests were
made in tnat city on Wednesday nnd
adds that the Sunday bill is not to be
Tlie demand was so great for copies
of the Weekly Projector contain
ing an account of the Apache murders
that the unusually large edition is
The teachers of the Phenix Institutes
oted to secure a piano for use during
the session. Can it be possible that
the public schools of Phenix do not
Nown a piano?
Among the heaviest creditors ol
Win. Kieke is the C. H. & T. C.
amount, J4GS. The highest amount
owed any one firm is 3629, to Levi,
Strauss fc Co.
The district court will meet to nighl
at 7 o'clock to lisar the ca?e of the
City of Tombtone vs. the delinquent
taxpayers and also to make final dis-
rvuiiliAn nf (ha V.rfiin fV iftutv-s
S irvwillMtl W BBV AUUBI1 v a HUHSSO
The Albuquerqne Democrat de
mands of the coming legislature of
that territory timplo justice to news
paper men. Legiblation in favor of
the press is neier regretted.
The funeral of the late D. X. Hun
saker ni'l tuke place in San Diego to
morrow under the auspides of thei
A. O. U. W. of which he was a rcapee
X O. Murphy has granted a reprieve
in the caso of the two condemned
murderers in Graham county. They
were granted 30 d iys longer in which
to make their peace with their JIaker
The Texas and Pacific now have on
their train leaving 1 Pao at 1 :30 p
ro. prnry Friday, a second class, or
tourist sleeper, which ruus through to
St. Louis without change. TimeiT
Toe announcement is mode thaly
Shotgun Smith" is visiting ForlJunnK his absence one of the children
Grant. Smith was the fighting editor
of the Anzonan in early days and 1
wava nicked a shot irun wlin he wen
Son the stieet.
The editor of the Lordsburg Liberal
has presented the public school of that
town with a fine bunting flag of gen
erous size, and the citizens have provi
ded a flag pole from which the flag
will henceforth fly during school
The teachers assembled at Phenix de
cided with one accord, that they could
not make a success of teaching
grammar if compelled to follow the
arrangement of the text book preJ
scribed by the territorial Board of Education.
The logician of the Phenix Herald
stys: "The umbrella trees have shed
their soft green Huffy foliage and noth
ing but bare ribs stand stilT, straight
and graceless against the horizon.
This fable teaches that the umbrella
and feminine beauty in general is only
MndoAi" Tb only moral to be de
duced, so far as we can see, is to
plant umbrella trees.
Thus remarks the Las Vegas, X. M.,
Stock Grower: "Prices for cattle are
advancing in Kansas City, the result
of decreased ruus and the improved
quality of cattle which are being strip
ped fiom the ranges. Those cattlemen
who are fortunate enough to be in a
position to ship cattle at this season
have but little cause for complaint at
the returns which cattle were bringing
tit a month ago.
Relative to the Javajoi ttie report
that they have beeu and are now hold
ing "ghost dances" the Citizen is in
possession of facts that they are more
peaceful now than they have been Jor
the past few years and that they hate
never thought of, holding dances on
the reservation or off. Some of the
sixth cavalry started the report that
there was likely to be trouble among
the Xavajos for the reason that they
did not like to leave Xew Mexico,
where the sun shines continually and
the air is warm and delightful, to take
up their quarters among the snows
and blizzards of South Dakota. Albu
Fashionable fads, have fiom time
immemorial had their ri.o and fall
and the present craze for systematic
exercise is doomed to share the fall of
Its predecessors. Tho Kausas City
Times cry aptly says: "Any plain-
spoken physician will say at once that
there can be too much exercise and
that unwise form of exercise can bo
injurious. He will also say there is
very slight essential connection be
tween muscle and that supreme phys
ical quality vitality. Mtny a man
has developed muscle at the expense
of vitality, and many a nervous tem
perament has impaired health by drag
ging itself through exercise when it
' BRIDGET'S ULTIMATUM.
The Astonished MUtreu Elected to SUj
end tbe Cook Left.
A young lady of one of oar subprbs
who married recently and went to a
Connecticut city to live reports a re
mark on the part ot a servant girl, says
the Boston Transcript, which is quit
epic In that line. The lady, ha vine a
large house and being desirous ot run
ning it in good form, called np her cook
each day to the dining-room, which was
on the mats floor, tho kitchen lolng In
tbe basement, and there gave her bci
orders for tho meals and other matter
connected with the down-stairs work.
For a day or two the cook took the
orders with a rather bad grace, but
committed no overt act of insurrection.
But presently, one day after the mis
tress had finished her orders, the cook
"And now. mom," she said, "I want
ye to listhen to what I have to say, an'
it's this: That If ye're go'an' to shtaj
here, an' ye have ordhers to jrire me.
yell have to corno down-shtalrs to the
basement, for 111 not be coinln' op hers
to yeanny more."
Before tho young mistress could re
cover her breath after that "If ye're
go'an' to shtay," the girl went on:
"An' there's another thing I want te
tell ye. I notlco that ye have wine on
the tebble aich day, but that none of it
wbativer gets down-shtalrs to th
kitchen. Xow, that's nayther rolghl
nor fair, an' I give ye warnln' that some
of that wine must find its way to the
kitchen or I'll be lavin' ye."
Tho mistress had by this time recov
ered her composure. "Voumay belavia'
me this afternoon, please!" she said.
A prominent physician and old
army surgeon in eastern Iowa was
called away from home for a few days
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
eyer seen. For sale by H. J. Prro,
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i BE OX VEX BT-
Rescue Hose Co. No. 1
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Xew Year's Eve, Wednesday Dec. 31,'i 0
COMXtTTES OP aUL&faKXEYT
Frank Ryan. . J Monti,
P beamans. B. Hattich.
J Smith Pen Cook,
K. H. Aumn.
C L. Cumraing,
J. 1. boaughneMy,
K. V. Wocd.
. N. McDonough,
P. a Tlroelro,
N'at Hawke. Geo. 1 ho uipson,
Guy Powell. A. U. Suniger
acob Md'er. J is. Hart.
lim N'ichob, Joe Uppert
I Miann, y
Fluoi Manager J J, Montr.
We carrj 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
Jfand Painted Fan,'
Sluiu-lt of all Kindt,
Barege and Silk Veilingt,
A Beautiful line of ToKtlt,
Knit antl Flannel Undervear,
Kmbroidered Silk Handkerchief,
All Shndeiand Color of Silk Thread
A Beautiful line ofXeck HVar, hare to
betrentobe appreciated. Embroid-
tred Slipper, Silk Smpendert,
Silk Muffler and ITand-
Boy Overcoat, Suit,
Fary Cap and Hat from 25
Cent Upward. Full line of ChiUl-
rent fe Boy Underwear, Boot & Shoe
Ho! V-r lli.krf ! !
L. A. hngle is iioit runniog a fast
twn-hore rig between Tombstone nd
Bisbee. leaving Tombstone at 7 JO a.
m. Jfondaye, Wednesdays and Fridays
ami Iiirbt-e on alternate days, at same
hour. Orders for passage or freight
to be left at store of Geo. If. Fills
Tombstone. Office nt Bisbee at
Langsdorf stare. 9-22-tf.
DAUPHIN. DAUPHIN. DAUPHIN,
n.2 '7vro I'," L"uf .""""V" "Pl
. i! " v..cu, cu nuu uacaage coniainiOR
by Express, free of charge.
To the Front
The Citizens of Bisbee Will
Celebrate the Holiday
A SERIES OF RACES
For Cow-ponies Only.
STEER - ROPING.
For Cow-ponies only, on Dec.
To The Pub Ic
I hare Re-furnished and Re-opened
BISBEE - HOUSE
I5ISI5KE A. T.
ILL PERSONS VISITING
" Copper Camp can find a
clean and pleasant
PLACE TO STOP.
Miss Minnie Daris has become in
terested with me in the house and
Evervihing Good to Eat
And plenty of it will be the feature of
the new place. Respectfully,
JfTJS. JAS. HART
BISBEE, - A.
All Kinds of Ornamental Work exe
cuted on Short Noice.
Fresh Cakes &Pies
JACOB LANG, Prop.
u,e "u ' Jnr with M. a.
Qg not less than nvedollsis
MBS T M ENGLISn.
Quiet Neighborhood !
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
ESLAJIOED, RENOVATED AXD
belter than ever prepared to cater to
the need ofthepublic.
E. S. ADAM, - - Proprietor
lf you hate assessment work to do
address "D" this ofScc, jCIt will be
done promptly and reliably nll.tf
Sjr. & -"