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TOMBSTONE DAIL PR08PFX7TOR, SATURDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 21, 1891.5
FEBRUARY, - - - 21. 1891
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Hiotx-f 7.00 f at Fairbank 9.00 a.m
FairUnk 10.00. m. Bisbee 12.30 n'n
Daily, except Sunday.
Be Wiiijamp. Supt.
Tbe ollowinp is the ratine of the
thermo neter for the 24 hour ending
3 o'clock p. m. February 21 .
Frank Earle was in from Turquois
Dr. Warnekross is registered at Phe
Every newspaper in the territory
favors railroad exemption.
Wm. Kieke has returned from San
The jurors who went to Tucson to
attend the United States court cession
returned last n'ghl.
The Mexican circus is getting ready
to show. The bojs around town hae
named it the "Manyana Circus."
A Mexican stood for a naif hour last
night trying lo get int the hide door
of the post office to get a drink.
A big load of ore from the Silver
Cloud mine came in vesterday for
shipment to Socorro.
J. II. White's Fresh
Fare to Birl-e xih Engle's stage line
reduced to $2 50. n.l
A literarv eiitrrtainnent free to
all, will be pivrn at Seliieffelin hull
on the evening of Felr lary 23d mi
7:30, iindar the MiKpiffn "f '' I "
S. of A , to which all are mrdiibv in
cited. By oriler id Committee.
Crown Mill Fhir, Fresh Hit-k-wheal
and (indium Flour -ml M l
jusl reoeivnl ai H" ller'
Fresh garden and flower weds, K
I'aso onion seed and alfalfa seed al
Wolco It's f
Choiee Eastern Drird Apple and
Dried Raspberries at Woleoti' 7-19-tf
Choice California riiw fi II'
and Herring hi lltler'i "
Full line of Lxdiis
ber Circulars ai Paul
it t 1P--1 ! III. I'
at lew price.
Miss Xellie Walsh hs taken charge
of the Cau Can rrsuurjiil, and in fu
ture will ronduct that favorite house
in the same manner a baa character
lzed iU past management. Hie re
spectfully asks a share o the patron
age of the public and will endeavor to
please all patrons.
For and ill consideration of thepum
of $300 we have .old and delivered to
Yec Lee Company eight horses and
mules, four wagons, plow, ha row
and rake9 belonging to our farming
outfit on the San Pedro river.
Hoi" Lee & O.
Dated Tombstone, Feb. 10, 1S91.
We desiie to -ay to our citizens
that for years we have been selling Dr
King' New Discovery (or Consump
tion, Dr. King's New Life Pills, Buck
len'a Arnica Salve and Electric Bit
ten, and have never handled remedies
that sell as well, or that have given
such universal satisfaction. We do
not hesitate to guarrantee them every
tiroe.and wc stand ready to refund the
purchase price, if aatisfactory results
do not follow their use. These reme
dies have won their great popularity
purely on their merits. J. Younge
A Mexican Textile Pi-eduction
that In Practically Ktcrlubt
lujj. Phil"dlphi4 TIjrph )
James K. Pennington, of Cincin
nati, O., is a rope manufacturer, and
while in Chicago recently cubmitttd
to an interview. He was jut return
ing home from a trip through north
ern Mexico and outlit rn Arizona,
where h claims he has found the ma
terial that will make twine and rope
ro strong that it will almost never
'Not much of the rope has yet been
made. liut ou may expect to hear
about it in the near future, fur it is
the strongest rope in existence to-day.
I heard of the mescal plant about
eighteen month ago, and after read
ing ever) thing about it that I could
tiud in the encyclopedias I came to
the comlusion it was just what no
wanted. I found acres and acres of
l lit? mtscal in Arizona and Mexico.
The plants are lit-e cabbages, and on
a large stalk that grows up alongside
the head of the niecal are long
stemmed leats with sharp and hard
pointed end. The sharp end is some
thing like the needle of a cactus. The
soft part of the leaf can be removed
and the stem stretched out for a yard
or more, it is so clastic. Then let it
dr in the sun and you have a needle
without any eye, already threaded.
The Mexicans, and some of the Ari
zonians, use nothing the but the mes
cal thread and net die, as they call it,
lo sew their garments with. You can
make just as tinea thread a you want.
When you dtire a fine ilirrad pull
the stem and it will glow i-ni:illtr, just
like a little rul.lM.r dand ulitn vou
stretch it hard. The thread i- as
Mrung as wire.
"I hae abo diccovtrtd that rope
and heavy twine cn he made of the
merCnl, anl have purchased J00 acres
in Arizona for my company, which
will be turned into an immense met
ed patch. For the rnie the big stems
of the leaver ot the meccal lietd can
le utilized. I heie are aloui 100
leaves on eiich brad, and the stems ol
half that miml-er can he n-c I to nian-
nfiK-iiirt- the mix" I had a pi-re ol
thret jiinrl-i-iiit h lope made wnile
there and sent it lo Cincinnati. 1
have heard from ill- firm there, and
exert in the laciort prtiiiiiiinre ii llie
stru iget niHieilrtl in 111" io e line H
iiiiide. It will not roi in wairr wlun
pioH rl. ctiitd. and will last, 1 can t.iv
without eirfgg' ration, tif'v limes lin
ger than the le-t ordinary cordage.
The mai ufacture of tbe mescal rope
and tvvine is bound to be one of the
gr-atet iniliislrit-s in the country.
Il. U iml Sia es ami Mixico, I am
cri.iiu, an h ivi- the entire nmrket to
lli ii'se li-s in ibis line of trade, le-iaii-i-
Ik ii i - l pi "in "ill not groA
in iiiiv r'll .Hi tlioiHte ext'i'' of An
oiim anil .MeXl ii
The vV rl I Knricliei!.
Tbe fucilltlei ol the iresrnt day
he production of yllilnc il.ul nil
, .. ... . . .... .....
cmdiIu'-b t'i ius iaienl ellrt" am
comfort of mankind ale almixt linlio
I'ed. Mini wlM .rll of Fl.'a ma fiis
ir ducnl t'.H world wm enricbe.l nl
Iim nuly r-f-ui lxxt'iVH known, ss i
th only retni-ily winch la Irnlv
(leasing and r"-frn-lnng to tbr tuHl
and prompt and effciual to el arise th
sysiem gsD'ly in tl.n Spring t'tne or.
in fact, at anv time, and I lie belter it
known i be more popular ll become .
U ilcox Stockman ha nceiv
a communication from Nogah 8 winch
fu.ni-hes the following inlcrt sting in
formation : Since November 22, 18S.0,
there have pa-red through, fioin Sono
ta, 18,306 boxes of oranges, and were
were distributed as follows: Kanas
Citv. 5.03B boxes. Chicaeo 300, St.
Joe. 2,575, De.nver 1,00, Sioux City
ij, vniaiiu w jjiiautii, iicu, jr,
Albuquerque 1,905, Minneapolis 330,
Nogales 32G, Los Angeles CC0, and
San Francisco 501. '1 he shipment of
.ranges last season ended March 17,
with a total of 13.989 boxes, but from
present indications this year will rnn
in the icinity of 20,000 boxes.
On Wednesday night a light was
seen in the late residence of Dr. Wil
lis and two men were seen inside.
Frank Evan was notified and went at
once to the house, but no signs of
them were to be seen. Tney had die
appeared, takingsevrral small arlich a.
Kntrancn had been made throng'' the
back door, which had been broken
DONT DIE IN THE HOUSE.
"Rough on Rats" dears out rats, mice,
tlies, roaches, bed bugs. ROUGH ON
WORMS. Safe. Sure Cure. 25c.
The band of cattla belonging to Col
Land arrived at Yuma last Saturday
evening. There are 1000 head in the
lot, and they were the oldest and poor
est on the range. The drive started
January 16th, and had no serious loss
except about thirtj liead which mired
at Gila City. The lost aside from that
amounted lo only two brad. Feed
was good all the way. One drive of -12
miles was made without water and an
other of GO miles, but the cattle stood
it all right. After examining the river
below town Col. Land decided to try
swimming the cattle across near the
prison, but after getting 1M) over it
was abandoned as too risky, the banks
being soft. The balance of the band
will be taken on cars to Pilot Knob
and the drive resumed from that point.
The railroad company agreed to make
the transfer for $11.60 per car, or
-tbottt 50 cents a head. Col. Land's
las.l trip over the trail was in ISM.
The rail 'all at the Huachuca moun
tains registered three inches during
the late storm.
Wanted. A chance m a life time
for men with capital and active men
without capital to secure a very pleas
ant and profitable busim ss. No drone
or curiosity seekers need apply. Ad
ilren with 2 cent stamp. Consolidated
Adjustable Shoe Company, Sulem
.11 rn t n-tt!
Three or four voung or middle-agio
mm who can speak good Spanish to
take orders for nursery stock in Mi x
ici. Mut come recommended Ap
ply or write to Geo. W. McLank,
2 12 tf Camp Huachuca A. T.
Choice hrauas oi hatter ant oiieew
al Hoefler's tbe pioneer errwor. on Fre
ronnt anil Fifth tri" n?
The Can can. rotaurant under the
management of . Miss Nellie Walsh, i
tiecmnins noted for in good food daily
ind peclallv for its Suiidav ilinuers.
Next Sunday, Wuhiii!;tnn's birth- lay,
will l-e celebrated at this popular
place bv the preparation of a dinner,
-tich a the "Father of Hi Country'"
would have con-ii'ered impo-silile in
liji day. We jtidce of thi by the
'xulles of goial thingi coming from
"alifornia by expre''.
The cae of Triliolel vs llotopp. ol .
laiuing goods under false pretenses,
vva tried before a j'iry in Justice
Johnston's court lo-ilay nn'l a verdict
td not guilty was the result.
Hats sold lelow cost at Eucher
!r. o' furniture slice. 120 1m
Foil Rest The Miner's restaurant
i Bisbee. A.T. 2-C-tf
Dr. Monk, of Topeka, brother of E
R. Monk, of Wilcox, will lead a party
of rxplorejs through Ar zona this
Yesterday was arbor day in Tucson,
and a large number of trees were
Wm. Holliday came over from Wil
cox to-day, suffering from a broken
leg. He was kicked by a horse. He
is located at the hospital.
Tucson will probably have a $100
000 hotel. It will be a great benefit
to that thnftv citv.
All the latest spring and summer
styles of hats and trimmings received
to day by Mrs. Gallen. Call and in
spect her stock.
Judge Reilly returned laitl tight
from Tueson, where he baa been on
A. II. Emanuel left lo tlay for Phc
nix. Wilcox had one and 30 100 inches
of rain during the recent storm.
The school children are practicing
for Washington's birthday exercises
T James, T Garibaldi, St Louis.
L L Rhodes, Fairbank.
G 0 Francisco, Omaha.
B Hood, Sonora.
C L Beckwith, Bisbee.
E W Land, Stone House.
If you want fine straight whisky, ol
the most celebrated brands, drop into
the ny Saloon and satisfy yoursel
that this is true. The Pony also car
ries tbe finest brands of domestic an
imported Brandies, Wines, Ales, Por
ters, and all kinds of liquors. Io
Cold Drinks of all kinds a specialty.
The Carmen Key West Cigar is tin
finest for the money to be had in An
zona. St. Louis Anheuser Busch Lagei
Beer on draught at all times. No fav
orites. Come all.
The census of ArizonA by counlits
shows the following figures:
The Mexican circus called out a big
crowd of urchins to-day.
Furnished rooms to rent at Mrs.
EccleMnn's, corner of Fourth and
Bruce streets, quiet neighborhood and
llraiant surroundings: By the day,
seek or month, al reasonable rates, tf.
Notice ii hereby given that there
has been seized nt Fort ILuacliuca
Arizona, for a iolttion of the custom
laws, the following articles: I horse,
l sv-Idle, l bridle, I pair of saddlebag,
1 la-It, I knife, 1 ritle, 31 cat t ridges,
2 bottles me-ical, 1 saddle blanket,
which will be sold in front of the
Oii-toin llni' on Saturday, February
28lh IS91 at 10 o'clock a. m. Any
lajraon claiming any of the said
prerty must appear within the time
allowed ly law and file 'heir claim
with the deputy collector.
A. L Grow,
All person knowing themsehes n
debtel to me are requested to settle
their accounts with me forthwith, as I
wih to close my books. All persons
lo whom I am indebted will plea-e
present their bills at once for settle
ment. M. McGuiuk.
Specialist for Diseases of the
Rye. Ear, Nose and Throat.
Has returned from Europe, and resumed the
practice of his profession.
Office 1-1 Grant Are., Kan I'ran.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In compliance with Title III enti
l'ed "Assignments for benefit of cred
itors" Kevised Statutes of Arizona,
notice is hereby given that F D Hasler
lately doing business in tne Uity ol
Tombstone Arizona on llieaevsnieen'n
- day of February, A D. 1891 made an
assignment ol all his property both
real and personal to Charles Granville
Johnston for the benefit of the cred
iinm ami the said creditors who con-
"""'r8ent to such assignment, are hereby
notified to make known tlieir on. em
in writing wi bin four months of the
date hereof, ami to tile a distinct state
ment of the particular nature and the !
amount of hit or tin ir claim agnin-1
the said F. D. Ha-Ier duly ve-ihVd
within six mmi'luol the date h teof,
with the said Charles Granville John
ston at his idlice in the city of Tomb
stone Arizona. I
D-:eii this 13d day of February.
CliAKIXS Gbasviux Joiikstov,
: - . Asjig'icj.
ACKER'S ENGLISH RHff.EDY.
for Coughs, Colda and Consumption U lyrnd question Urn greatest of all"
Modern Remedies? It will atop a Cough iaonu nlgitt. It will chit k a Cold in"
a day. It will prevent Croup, relieve Aathma and euro (nu:nptiiui if taken
in time, " You can t afford to bo without it A Vt cent bottle may save you "
$100 in Doctor's bills may save your life
to V. Ii. hooker uo., 40 west iiroauway, new l ork, tor ts-xjlc. a
For Sale by
The uo of tobacco among women Is
in the increase in France, and even in
London it Is not unusual to see a lady
produce her silver or enameled cigar case
in the drawing-room. Cigarettes are
giving place to cigars in Paris, and somo
fears are entertained ot the smoking
habit among women becoming uncon
trollable. The female bookmaker Is the latest
leparturo. She made ber first appear
ance at Kempton Park, clad in a flash
costume, and gave or took the odds as
nonchalantly as a man, shouting in mu
sical tones what her prices were, ani
sashing up promptly when each race was
over. The next in order will be, no
doubt, the woman horse jockey, and with
them in the pool room and on the horse,
racing will have more fascination than
A MO-T peculiar will mado by a de
ceased duchevi in Paris seU forth her
desire to be buried without any floral
decorations about her coffin, but to have
at the funeral ceremony home good mu
sic, for "it elevates the soul and In
spires one to pray bettor," and concludes
with the strango request that her body
may be buried by the side of her hus
band, and her heart taken out and con
veyed in an urn to bo buried in the cof
fin with her mother.
TithtiE is great flutter among the Ger
man girls on account of a recent order
which excludes candidates from being
continued if not dressed entirely in
black. From time Immemorial white
has been tbe color for confirmation, aa
well as for wedding gowns. The new
regulation emanates partly from Ger
man thrift, which considers that poor
people can not afford tho expense of
while confirmation dressos tor which
they have no other use, and partly ec
clesiastical authority based upon his
torical supposition that truo Protestant
ism is always connected with black.
Some girls who presented themselves in
white and were refused have arousid a
great deal of bitter feeling between the
clergy and tho people.
Loxio.v women do not seem to be
what Jennio Jilno calls "clubable"
women, for, notwithstanding tho In
creasingly prominent place they occupy
in sport and recreation, their amuse
ments are as a rule unorganized. Tbe
How is each season crowded with eques
triennes, and In tho winter, too, when
the riding is something besides "gen
teel cantering." All manner of smart
ponies and carts and jaunting cars go
the pace continually, and last season a
lady "tooted" a four-in-hand each day
iround tho drive, her hor-.es hold splen
didly in hand. The prejudice against
the cycle for ladies is fast dying out,
and though at present not so general in
London as among tho provinces, one
may expect soon to see it command the
s tuation in London streets.
Ladies' fire brigades have been or
ganized at Girton College, St. Sfichael's
i fouse, and other largo institutions for
w omen in England. They are said to
understand and perform thtir duties
well, and to find their greatest difficul
ties come from a lack ot suitable dress.
Tho new ladies' fire drill dress is tocon
sist in tbo future of a waterproof over
skirt, with a belt three Inches wide and
two buttons, just tight enough to keep
it from slipping down over the hips.
This overskirt will reach just below the
Jcnees, and cover an all-wool divided
underskirt, fastening around each leg at
the top of the boots, which it ovcrhanns
n littlo to carry tbe water outside. A
Norfolk jacket of lino waterproof cloth
ind a fireman's bat complete the dress,
beneath which corsets must not be
Subscribe for the Prospkctor
Some merchants get
best they can: some eret
meanest they can.
Your dealer in lamp-chimneyswhat
does he get for you?
There are common glass and
tough glass.tough against heat.
There are foggy and clear.
There are rough and fine.
There are carefully made and
You can't be an expert in
chimneys ; but this you can do.
Insist on Macbeth's "pearl
top" or "pearl glass" which
ever shape you require. They
are right in all those ways ; and
they do not break from heat,
not one in a hundred.
- Be willing to pay a nickel
more for them. "
DO YOU COUGH?
Do you know that a little cough is a dangerous
tiling 1 Are you aware that it often fastens on the
luai;s and far too often runs into Consumption and
emu in ueamr i'eopte sunering irom Astnma,
Bronchitis, Pneumonia and Consumption will all j
tell you that
"IT STARTED WITH h GOLD.":
Can you afford to neglect it? Can you trifle"
with so serious a matter t Are you awaru that 1
I Ask your druicut f' r It, or writ
J For Ioe-Cold Beer on Draught
THE ST LCUiS BEER HALL
i i.NUKUSER BUSCH BEEWINC ASSO-
I CIATION. OF ST. LOUIS
i Wholesale and Retail.
' A llrtJ MAItriS COSTSLLO
I hive Re-furnished and Ke-opened
BISBEE - HOUSE
i;isr.i:i: a. t.
II L I'EHSOXS VIMTIXG THE
' Copper Camp can find a quiet,
clean and pleasant
PLACE TO STOP.
Mi-'s Minnie Bsvis has become in
terested with me in the house and
Everything Good to Eat
Vnd plenty of it will be the fpature of
the new place. Respectfully,
J. R. WaTT.
C. B. TARDKU.'
Undertaking Pawoh ok
New Hearse, Jvew Goods, Everything
Coffins. Caskets. Robes, Etc..
Fioro tbe ruineat to the rinett Mado.
The Columbia Iron C&skets kept con
stantly in Slock.
Budlet Temporarily or I'ermcnently
Embalmed by the lateti proeesn.
jTPNipht orders left al Hare it Page's f
livery oHire promptly nil nded to.
Bank of Tombstone
Capital - - $100,000.
11. RtXBOT -
ici. H Carrel
. W. Wood -
- - - Psesiden
- Vice President
- - Cashier
vVili Transact a General Banking
Eiuia: ge, Receurc rcj., Cogectlon w.