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TOMBSTONE DAILY PKOSPECTOR, TUESDAX EVENING. DECEMBER 23.. 1890.
DECEMBER - - -22. 1890.
roan .V Soulhriiwicrn IE.
Bisbee 7.00 .js Fairbank 9.00 aan.
Fairbank 10.00 a. m. Bisbee 12.30 n'n
1 .Daily, except Sunday.
. Bkx Williams, Supt.
Native or i'lf Imy lj l" U".
loose or baled at Svuow'g. nl2tf
1). M. Osborne Mowers and Baker
and Halls, lay Wind-milUat Wolcott's
Choice Eastern Dried Apples and
Dried Raspberries at Wolcott's. 7-19-tf
Choice California cheese and Hol
and Herring at Hoefler's. tf
J. H. White' Fresh Kanch Buttor
at Wolcott's. 7-W-tf
Fare to Bisbee via Engle's stage line
reduced to ?2.50. nl4lf
Duu'i laii 10 see the beautiful com
bination toilet case at Frank Yaple's.
Crown Mills Flour, Fresh Buck
wheat and Graham Flour and Meal
just received at Hoefler'.
Fresh garden and flower seeds, El
Fa-o onion ed 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 off for holiday poods
RO and ee the elegant display at
Cbnice brua of batter and cbee
at Ho-fliv's the pioneer Kroeer. on Fre.
oonnt nd Fifth lrivt n2
Wall paper tor cxerjb-xly at Eucher
Gre Wliile BUufcs 20.?, Gilts 3ic,
pt-r double roll. New goods; lost
For a lame b.ick,apm in the side
or chel, or for svooth-ache or enr ache,
prompt relief my bo had by upinp
Chamberlain's Pain Bilm. It is relia
ble.. For sale bv H. J. I'CTO.
Just recened a new imoice of
Choice old Fort, Fie year old ZinfHii
del, aherry and Angelica nines. Also
tin est brands of family liqnora at
Just arrifd from the eaht, the fal
lowing articles: CajMS Cod Cranberries,
Apples, Full Cream Cheese, Mim-e
Meat, Zante CurranU, Sour Krout,
New Orleans Molasse Boston Black
Molassses, at HoetLKR'g, 024 t
Hlttbsrd'a flhruinailr and llver l'it
I'hese pills are scientifically com
pounded and uniform in actioo. No
griping pain o commoaly foPowioR
tbe use of pills. Tbey ore adapted to
both adolts and children with rerfect
safety. We guaiaotee they have no
eqaal in tbe cure of Sick Hesdscbe,
Constipation. Dyspepsia and Bilious
ness; aod as an appetizer tbey 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
THE WORLD'S BEST
liomton S2.50 sfioe
Hit no ttU for Style, Pit tad Wear. PoiitlTfly
ab-sts oo In amrle lor the mon7. Do doc
Wdcrarfd. hee stamp on bottom of esh ho.
Tk po other. Ertry pair warranted. Strian
taJ Kjnat to r ny 3 sbon In tb market. Made tcr
i. M PEEPL.ES A. CO., CHICAGO.
S. M. BARROW,
Sole Agent for Cochise Co.
Senator Hearst is tick abed.
Buy n ticket for the 'Co G N. O. A.
Krtllle to-night fur the dressing case
K. O. Kettlcwell ban taken a -itM at
the Bank of Tombstone.
C. II. Uudenberg has been ap
pointed guardian of his son.
M. W.Stewart has returned to Wil
cox from a long isit in tho cast.
Hams pickelcd or omoked to order
Lew Johnsons Colored Miustrels
will be at Scliieflelin Hall Saturday
A carload of fat hogs recciel from
Tempe arc now being placed on the
market at Tiubolkt's.
The raflle for the dressing caie
will come off to nig tit at Fkank
Further hearing in the case of the
v. 5. v. s. John Doe, Mextcau for
smuggling has been postponed to tbe
Buy your leaf lard, 12 centa per
pound at TrIbolm's.
The cow pony center t at the El
Fao Fair was a feature last Saturday.
A Vaques took the prize by roping
throning and ting a steer in I0GJ.
Postoflire inspector George B Wil
son of Denver has armed in 1'henix
He is looking up questions in connec
tion with the matter of postmaatcra
bonds in this Territory.
There will be sen ice in the Catho
lic church at Biabte on Chriftm.is day
at 8 o.rlocL, a. m , Rev. J. Praii offi
ciating. All cordiall united.
Tho funeral of the late proprii tor ol
ihe Wilcox Stockman, D. N. Hun
saker took place in San Diegi last
Suudiy and is said to hao been one
of the largest ev.r teen in that tity. .
A meeting of the chuiu gang ha
been called for tomorrow i.igUt. Bus
iness of taking up a collection to buy
Frank Ryan a suitable Christmas
prerenl will be attended to.
The biisines houses of Tombslon
are not lehnd thi rar in display ol
li(ilid goods. Tlmio pretty to loo.
at, pretty to near and good to eat are
uispiaeu in tue mcsi aiuacme man-
The cortoriil punishment olc at the
Teacher's lustituteof Maricopa count
was reviseil The secretary's o'e was
not included in the negalics,and that
males the question a tie, 20 to 20.
Last year's balloting stood 20 to 10 in
faor of punishment, so that the birrli
is losing its sting pretty rapidly.
The Denver News says that Captain
Kubey. of New Mexico, after a thor
ough investigation of the country just
east of the Cascade mountains fn
British Columbia, is about to move
40,000 cattle from his New Mexico
ranges to a tract of 400,000 acres just
purchased in tha section above
The Santa Crun, Cal. Daily Serf
says: The entertainment of the Lew
Johnston Colored minstrels at the
Opera House Tuesday evening was
well worth attending. The company
is more refined in its entertainment
and superior in many respects to
some of the minstrel troupes that are
made up of white men. The band of
the troupe isiespecially good and the
commndians will compare favorably
with the best ulenl of the profes
sion. The Bank of Tombstone vs George
Westinghoute Jr. is tho title of a suit
commenced in the district court to
day. The complaint states that on
Aug 17 1S89 the defendant, for a. val
vable consideration issued a note to
Geotge W. Cheyney for $C000, payable
sixteen months afterda'o; that George
W. Cheyney, for a valuable considera
tion before said note became due,
transferred the note to the Bank of
Tombstone, and that no part of said
note has been paid although demand
has been made. Tbe defendant lives
in Pittsburg, Pa.
A Mr; Nchemr,
A mention was made in the Pitos
rfccroR a few days ago of a dea! which
wis on foot for the transfer of the
Deming and Pacific road to n Mormon
syndicate and now comes tbe news
that the deal was closed in New York
last Saturday, by vthii.li the concession
of 3,000,000 acres of land comes into
the possession of the church.
The land is located in the north
ern part of Mexico. About three years
ago Faurot obtained a valuable grant
from tbe Mexican government which
included these lands, the stipulation
being the construction of a railway
extending from Dsrr-in;: N. M. to To
lotubauipo bay on the Pacific Coast.
The Mexican go eminent, in connec
tion with this grant offers f200 to
every family and $J0 to each man
who locates permanently on this laud
Ten thousand people will colonize on
Beef by the quarter, 4 cents per
pound at Tkioblkt's.
Tin: Empress ot Austria U simply
Mrs Nicholson when she Is travellas.
Tin: Duchess of Marlborough sends
to New York for most of her dresses.
She bnys ber perfume In bulk, which Is
sent to the manor of Woodstock In gal
Queen- MAaocntiTA, of Italy, has a
passion for pearls. She wears strings
of them around her neck. Malicious
tonjrues whisper that she -wears them to
hide a goitre.
Tire good-hearted Queen of the Bel
gians turns aside a gift to cost 533,000,
asking that the money be given to a
society to aid working-men Injured in
the performance of manual labor. Tha
gift was to bo used in commemoration
ot the twenty-fifth anniversary of her
husband's accession to the throne.
Two or the seven ltdles in waiting of
Queen Margaret, ot Italy, are New York
girls the rrlncess Vicovaro, who was
Miss Eleanor LorUlard bpencer, and the
Princess Brancaccio, who was Miss
Dickson Field. The Princo Vicovaro is
a Cenci, and still owns the stately pal
aco which belonged to Lucrezla Petroni,
the step-mother ot Beatrice Cenci, to
gether with many memorials ot the ill
Mxe. de BtLix, tho wife ot tho newly
appointed Danish Minister to Great
Britain, is an American lady whose
brilliancy and charming manners will
contribute to render ber a decided ac
quisition to London society. M. de Bills
was formerly connected with the DanUh
legation at Washington, whero he met
and married his wife. One of his col
leagues In the British capital is M. Wad
dington, tho ambassador ot tbe French
Republic, who is likewise married to an
Tue present Empress of Germany is
a true German wife and mother, brought
I up in modest circumstances and reared
exclusively in a country district or
small provincial towns. Sho feels with
the people and for tbe people. Tho Ger
mans know- this. They admlro her
housewifely and mothorly qualities, and
her apparent influence with the Emper
or is rather enconraged than begrudged.
They recognize in their relations an ex
emplification of the Idea that tho wife
should be the husband's first adviwr.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In compliance with Title III entl
tied "Assignments for benefit of cred
itors' Kerised Statutes, of Arizona,
notice is hereby given that in. Kieko
lately doing business in the City of
Tombstone Arizona on the nineteenth
day of Dccmber, A. D. 1890 made an
assignment ol all his property both
real and personal to Charles Granville
Johnston for the benefit of the cred
itors and the said creditors who con
sent to such assignment, are hereby
notified to make known their concent
in writing within four months of the
date hereof, and to file a distinct state
ment of the particular nature and the
amount of his or their claim against
the said m. Kieke, duly lonhed
within six months of the ij hereof,
with the said Charles Gs.TIe John
ston at his office in tilt" city of Tomb
Dated this 20th day of December,
Ciiarlek Gejuwilix Jomxstox,
A prominent physician and old
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 wert se
much pleased with the remedy that
they afterwards used several bottles at
various times. lie said, from bit 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 medicina b had
ever seen. For sale by H. J. Pxro,
I UK GIVEN BT-
Rescue Hose Co. No. 1
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Xeff Year's Eve, Wednesday, Dec. 31,'jo
AovmrriK or AanifQEMtxT.
Frank Ryan, . llonu,
P. Seamana. B. ilattich.
. biutth len Cook.
Chief Geo Oibom. V. II Austin
f. N. McD,iih,
P. a Warn'tkroj,
C I Cumnuagt,
J. P. Shaufhnetsy,
r. v.. .vj,
Nat Haw ke, Geo. Ibompson
Guy Pooell, A. B Suntjer
acob Miller. Jas. Hart.
Jim Nichols, Joe Uppert,
I 11 lino, W.
Flooi Manajer J I Monte
We cany a vtry la-ge line of
Goods suitable for Christ
mas presents which we offer
at prices to enable every
body to think of their
FOR THE XADIEi
Hand Painted Fans,
Shavls all Kindt,
Iiarege and Silk Veilings,
A lUautiful line of Toxcels,
Knit and Flannel Untlervear,
Embroidered Silk Handkerchiefs,
All Shndesand Colors of Silk Thread
A Beautiful line of Seek Wear, hare to
be seen to be appreciated. Embroid
ered Slippers. Silk Suspenders,
Silk Mufflers and Hand-
Boys Orercoats, Suits,
Fancy Caps and Halt from 23
Cents Upwards. Full lint of Child.
rent & Boys Underwear, Boots & Shoes.
If u! I'r ISUl.i-e ! !
L. A. Engle is now running a fast
two-horse rig between Tombstone nd
Bisbee. leaving Tombstone at 7:30 a.
m. Mnndaja, Wednesday mid Fridays
and BUhee 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
Langsdorfa store. 9-22-tf.
I HUM UK
DAUPHIN. DAUPHIN. DAUPHIN,
Any person Iranracting bniness np to the Dili of Jannary with M. t.
Dauphin of New Orleans, can send package containing not less than Ave dolla a
by Express, free of obarg.
To the Front
The Citizens of Bisbee Will
Celebrate the Holiday
A SERIES OF RACES
For Cow-ponies Only
FREE FOR ALL RACE:
For Cow-ponies only, on Dec.
A PURSE OF $100
To ThePub ic i
I have Be-furnished and Re-opened
BISBEE - HOUSE
BISBEE A. T.
ILL PERSONS VISITING THE
" Copper Camp can find a quiet,
clean and pleasant
PLACE TO STOP.
Miss Minnio 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. HAJ1T.
BISBEE, - A. T.
All Kinds of Ornamental Work exe
cuted on Short Koice.
Fresh Cakes &Pies
JACOB LANG, Prop.
BISBEE, A. T
MRS T. M. ENGLISH. . . Propntras
Everything New I
Everything Clean I
Quiet Neighborhood !
Comfortable Beds I
Ventilation Perfect I
Cool Booms 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, RENOVATED AND
better than ever prepared to cater to
the needs ofthepublic.
E. S. ADAM, - - Proprietor
If you hae assessment work to do
address "D" this office. g0lt will be
done promptly and reliably nll.tf
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M.JM J.I JSSJ