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3TJ-Tjjni jppggr- yy "V"? ' ' " " " m lllWpill'PHIll'lIHt UK mifUWi .T"r T r .,. -"--.CT J ." y tfnv49f( TOMBSTONE DAILX PROSPECTOR; MONDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 24, 1890. TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR NOVEMBER - - - 24, 1890. Ar'josn Ac Koutlieoatrrn It. XI Tirae Card. LKiVB. ARBITE. Bisbee 7.00 t m Fairbank 9.00 a,m. rairbank 10.00 s. m. Bisbee 12.30 n'n JDoify, except Sunday. 'Pacific time.) Bev Williams, Supt. LOCAL NOTES SitrnaS fvrvlc. The "allowing is the range of the thermometer for the 24 hours endinj; 5 o'clock p. m. November 24 Maximum 0G Minimum SB- Subscribe for the PEOsrEcroR Choice California cheese and He rring at Hoeiler's. and Hol tf Native or alfalfa hay by loose or baled at Sydow's. the ton, nl2lf D. M. Osborne Mowers and Raker and Halladay Wind-mills at Wolcott's. J. H. White's Fresh at Wolcott's. Ranch Butter 7-19-tf Fare to Bisbee via Engle's stage line reduced to 12.50. nl4tf Choice Eastern Dried Apples and Dried Raspberries at Wolcott's. 7-19-tf Children and Boys Overcoats at Bonanza Cash Store. 12-w O. E. Braly, the pioneer dairy man will deliver milk anywhere in the city at reaso&able rates during the winter. Go to Encher Gres and pay your election bets. An elegant line of stet son hats of all weights and styles. Crown Mills Flour, Fresh Buck wheat and Graham Flour and Meals just received at Hoefler's. A large stock of Infants Children woolen hose, grades at Svdow's. and All Fresh garden and flower seeds. El Paso onion seed and alfalfa seed at Wolcott's. tf Alfalfa, Timothy, and Espersette seed. Warranted pure at If. Hoeflee's Chmce brana oi bntter nA ohw at Hoflflr's tho pioneer Kroor. on Fr mnnt nd Fifth trnt i? For driraliPity and strength our St'h'iol Shoe- catinut he bent Riinnnzn CashSpH'. Wastei Awman who has ahnnip to do general housework in a tmAll family. Apply immediately at this office 11 21tf Just received a new invoice of 'Choice old Port, Five year old Zinfun del, Sherry and Angelica wines. Also finest brands of family liqnors at 'Jos. Hoefler's FRESH. OYSTKRS T?eccjvpd pvftry Tuesday and Friday. 25 cents a dozen. Geo H. Fitts. Just received at tho C. II. &. T. Co.'s a full and complete line of Windsor Ties and neckwear of all descrip tions. N4tf To try is to bny. Ceylon Tea. Something entirely new in Arizona but used exten Ive ly' all over California. Trv it aad you will pronounce it the best. For Sale at the BONANZA CASH STORE. MIIUKM. THE WORLD'S BEST 1 Button S2.50 Sfioe niDOK3oaforWe1FItot-Wear. PoaltfTtlT i&erKata-rfieiaABierieaforUeBiofUT. Do not htdaeerred. beeataapoa bottom oleaebalxir. Tate no other. Ertrr pair warranted, etjliih aa4rfroaItoaDTSSicwlnmrktrSJ8by i. M.PEPCES A CO CHICAGO. S. M. BARROW, Sole Agent for Cochi e Co. Fetcr Brix of Phcnix died last Sat urday ol Asthma. Chas. Leach returned yesterday from a trip to El Paso. Henry Fitch of Dos Cnbeias-is wait ing Tombstone. The Pima county supervisors are canvassing the returns to-tiny in Tuc son. The suit of Jap Ohnirk vs J. B. Lacy was decided in Lacy' favor last Saturday in Phccix. W. D. Ganthorn has leased the Orndorf Houe in Tucson. Mrs. Gam horn will asit in running the house. Vincent P.irker. aged fifty years, a native of England, died at the Omega mine, Sonora, last week. A new invoice of late "Bancrofts Histories of the Pacific coast." arrived on to-dav's coach. W. F. Bradley went to Tucson day as a witness in the case of U. vs. ltoss. V f Dick Liddle, who "gave away" JesseJ James and helped to capture him, aira last wees in .iew Jersey wiui " iWnta nn Avli in lilami " J S. The establishment of a pnt office at Turnuois will be a great convenience to Tombstone and Turquois real 7 dents. V One of the most enthusiastic con verts to Arizona mountain climate is Prof. Fowler, of London, who is stop ping at the San Jose House. The Nogales Herald announces the engagement of Major Rafferty, of Tort Huachuca, and Miss Ezekiels, of Tuc- Knn. ? I ' Sixty thousand dollars have been subcrib,d to renew work upon the Planches mines, in Sonora. and work will begin at once. J , A It is repirtoL that tho Billi ng smelting company at Socorro has re cently been reorganized and that Colo j-auo capilnlKlR dow coniroi ine con- eern. vriie e two editors of "El Monitor." of Nogales, have had their trial at Hcr moillo. Aguiere was ilirchargeil hut his partner was finiil .Xi anil sen tenced to fix month in prison. Juan Fi-h-r, a carpenter well known in this section, has, according to the Nogales Record, taken a position ship rarpenier on a coat steamer run nine out of Guaymas. U Ui "M Prospectors and ranchers can ave from 10 to 25 per cent by coming to Tombstone to make their purchases, at lu.nt tills ! nlil tltA. oil .1- r The Nogales papers deny, on UTTdi0 E1 Pas0- ft i:i f- i.a ters of administration on the estate of Major Farrell, or that he ever contem plated such action. The Los Angeles Evening Tost cashed in its chips last Wednesday, aged three months. This leaves the afternoon newspaper lield to the Ex press, which has seen twenty years of usefulness and still thrives. J. E. Durkee and wife returned to day from Southern California. Mr. Durkee is much improved in health, although hs ;;.;" not as strong as before his recent severe illness. A new postoflice has been establish ed .at Tnrquois with Jas D. Lowrey, as postmaster. The blanks have arrived and all that is lacking is a mail pouch which will be here in a tly or two. The new order calls for a tri-weekly mail. The residents of Tucson are expos tulating with the wood dealers of that town for raising the price of wood to $G per cord which the Citizen says is the highest price reached in the his tory of that town. The improvement craze has struck Tombstone. The Bilchic building is having a new front put in. The Min ing Exchange building is" being plas tered and receiving a new awning, and the PftOsrECToit bnilding is to be stuccoed and painted. A large body of ore which is said to runabout tenty-fio per cent lead has been stiuck in the Surprise mine. Cook's Peak district. Il is white and run through thn hand like fin shot. Col. Fitzgerald pronounces it silicate of lead. There are thousand of tons insight, it forming the bottom of an extensie cave. Dcming headlight. A car lo.uled with caseimeres and woolen blankets Irom the woolen mills at Ensenada, Lower California, and with leather from the Enenada tannery, passed here in bona for the City of Mexico last Monday. This i the second crhud tu tLs Mt ten days. Yuma Sentinel. One hundred and fifty Topolobampo colonists have arrived at Nogales on their way from Kansas to the new life giving climalo on the Pacific. They are advised to remain nt Nogales by the local papers, but, like the Pilgrim fathers, they will push on to their des tination and burn the bridges behind them. -XJ V Thirty-two passenger, filling two to1.,. , , , , .t.r- .:. OI W1C largest Biiifccs ti iuc nM"" Stage Co' line left yesterday bound . . n a. . 7 .. .l ..t- I lor A llCBOn Ml act as jurura ww lnesses at the present session of the U. S. court. Among the number were many business ruenjicho went under 1 protest. I f S ' yJT Tom Porin came back yesterday from a trip to tho Chirscahua moun tains. He has been gathering stray stock which wandered off duri.ig tho summer rains from his ranch in the Dragoon mountain. During hi trip he states that lie saw more antelope and wild ducks in the Sulphur Spring valtev than at any previous season in A ten years. It. M. M. O'Gorman of Los An go les came in yesterday from the west. He has not visited Tombstone since its palmy days and naturally noticed many changes in the condition of af fair around town. He is still inter ested in the extensive land concession in Sonora with cx-Gov. Perkins and the Gird brothers and came hero on business connected with Ihe ranch. Charles A. Shibell and Sterling G Harper yesterday purchased four promising mining claims from Jack Ray. The mines are located on the wet elope of the Huachuca, near Bear canyon. Mr. Harper has pur chased tools nnd supplies and will leave for the mines to-morrow, and will put in a forco of men at one to detclop the same. Star. An Titus ho forrrferly was ou of the pillars which held Tombstone toeether. came in yesterday from Lordsburg where he has charge of L. W Blintis lumber business. Mr. Titus is also the dispenser of justice over that war and looks after the peace of the community of Lordsburg and icinity. -rHe came over here to meet Mr. Blinn ml will rahirn with him fin lltH WAV Mask tickets for the fkattng dimi val on sale at Stevenson &. Walker's, Peto's drug store, Yaple's news stand and Mrs. Raflerty's. '"Secure your tickets and avoid the rush. Sltf fin! lor THrnnoln. The Braly and Kemp line leave Tombstone at 2 o'clock p. m. Tues days and Fridays. Ieave Turquois at 7 o'clock a. m. on same days. Fare 2 Round trip, 53. Office at stable of Ifare &. Page. A.tncm Worlr. If you have assessment work to do addres"D" this office fjTW. will be done promptly and reliably, nlltf Sunny Side. Boarding and lodging house. Fifth street between Allen and Toughnut. Reopened under the management of Mbs Boyle. 11-20-tf. We have have received the first car load of a large consignment of Wheat, wh'ch we retail at $1.75 per 100 lbs. N-M Cociiisf. H. & T. Co. Tor a lame back, a pnin in the side 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, w r.i ts it i a 4 M4 a n. If gray, gradually restores color; elegant Ionic dreing, 50c, $1, Drug gists, or $1 the prepaid by express for fl. J3 S.Wells. Jersey City. ROUGH ON. TOOTHACHE. Instant relief. 15c CAN MEN LEARN TO FUYT t mbltu Agitating th Acadrtnjrof Sc ene A Company to Hoom tuveultou. An adventurous aeronaut succeeded in flying a couplo of miles in tho sub urbs of New xork. with tho aid of t huge machine that had wings, and that seemed to use them with considerable success. For something like a genera tion lha inventor of this flying m chine had been at work upon it, and had been laughed at because of it as bearttly as ever tho irrepressible Kccly, of motor tame, was laugueu at. tsul u was a Scotchman-who possessed trus (Scotch tenacity. He stuck to his idea and filially liad tho satisfaction of see ing its great wings beat tho air over Coney Island and carry it a consider able distance before it was though! wull tnlntit r5t. As a result of this there has been or ganized a' company with a capital of ,1,000,000, the object of which is edi cute Uie public in the matter of flying, and to supply tho wings that will &s neccsary. Even the august academy of sci ences, which onco every week discu scs subjects that most peoplo know nothing about, and whoso member Uiiow pretty much everything that mortal man ought to know, is taking some cognizance of tho affair at issue. and in a quiet way are discussing th luesiiou as to wiietner or not man will bo able to fly. Many of tht learned proiessors insist that, as man hn l.t- tr.n Imlnof miT,-wr. nl. I to propel himself through tho water, there is no reason why no should not conquer the air in tho samo mannw. But many more of the professors shake their heads in solemn negation when this argument is advanced. bun uie fccolca inventors success Uias created an impression. His fly f '& inleneU. an fflffffiSte Its wings work exactly like those of a bird by the aid of a propeller worked by electricity, and tho passenger is carried justaauaeaglo carries its prey. 11 is a peculiar affair, but has been more successful than anything of its kind, andhence the arguments among the scientific professors. Most of these professors believe that man will be alilo to By by mechanism only when that mechanism is made after that of the bird. One of these learned men, discussing the matter the other day, expressedthis opinion. He said thai from tho curliest time tho dominant wish of man liad been to fly after lh manner uud method of the bird. Most models of the air ships that huvs been attempted lia'e been after ths bird f flight, and particularly of th sea bird, whose ability for continual flight, owing to the power of lighten ing its body, is well known. "Should man ever fly successfully," caid the learned man, "ho will have to do it by means of mechanism modeled after the elastic and muscular fonn of the sea bird." The authorities tell us that tho fly ing machine is of prehistorical origin. V o are told also that some 400 vearj B. C. a wooden pigeon was made to fly with considerable success. As tin. exploit was accomplished mora thai. 2,tJ00 years before the trial of out Scotch inventor's machine wo havo not much to boost of. Just what will come of thodiscui sion at tho Acadcaiv of Science rt mams tu be seen. Nothing ntall uiai come of it in tho end excent a emit iSuSSS (LSKSS; 3cotchmaii. who is the ,'nventor of u z n ..;vri:"r ,"","; .i : .:f:., 7"" ";o iTrr: worked nearly all his lifo on his inven tion, and now, backed as lie is by s j capitalized company, no tlunts liceec mcccss alicad. New York Mail and Express. f TIi Mlilnlcht San. Imagine yourself on a ship at anchor looking west or straight in front of you. There is abroad expanse of sea a litt!; to ywr nght'""1' holiinil ou will be the nigged coast, and to ybui left the long, narrow (lord between the islands and the mainland that the steamer has just traversed. You watch Uie sun as it slowly, slowly sets, Uie Islands and the coasts look liko u rich Jark purple, and the shadows cast by the ship's mast, etc, grow longer and longer. After a .hit, when the sun lias sunk apparently twelve feet from the horizon, it stops and seems to remain stationary for about twenty minutes; then tho very sea gulls hide away, while the air all of a sudden strikes chilly. Each one lias an awd, ex pectant feeling; tho tourist steamer broods a silence that may be felt Soon the sun rises very sfowly once again, and the yellow clouds ctiango with his uprising to even greater beauty, first to the palest jprnrirose and then to a bluish pink. The sky. which was just now roso color, bo comeu gray, then pale emerald green, aJid Lully blue. Rock after rock stands out, caught by the sun's bright rays, and the reign of day has begun once more. "Jubilee Jaunt to Nor way." A Gnat Ire Library. The reading roorti of the CoopeJ Union library is open until 10 o'clock every evening. I dropped in there about 0 the other night to consult an authority. Tho big room was filled with readers. I consulted the work I wanted and then waited until IS o'clock to see how the assemblag-o would break up. Suddenly tho still n'va was broken bv tho sound of a bell. Intantly books wero closed, the j readers taking-an eager parting look; choirs were shoved back, and the vol- vi mes carried up--v the librarian's desk nherc they were excliogwl for round brown checks, which the readers re ceive on entering' and give upon going out. 'ina system was penoct, anu tne order was tucn as an army tnTy. Nw York Star. Zmgut BY THE PRESIDENT. Executive Mansion, Noember 21st, 1890. To the People of Tombstone. Greeting: Whereas the rolling j ear has once more brought around that season when last winter ILtnnel undershirt seems ja lo gauzy and the wind blows through your whisker, it is meet that you ehould stop in your mad pursuit foi wealth, honor, and fame and get in jour winter's wood, the frost is on the pumpkin and t!e cider has srrirjed, groceries aro very cheap aad mince inc.it is on sale. For nil these things including the election, you should gie thanks. The season calls for n Jay Of hilarity and big feed. You will therefore gather arouud the febtal board, (if jou can't get an invitation eUewhcrc make a fetal board vour- self ) But especially do I recommend nevl Air the Nations day of Thanks- jg'uing at Kieke's. Satisfaction is ,, 1.-,i BuarJU'eeU The Wortit Enrirlinl. The facilities ot the present day for tho production of erory thing that will condti'-e to the material welfare and rAmfrt nt tn.nlrtnfl .a almriil nnlim. iited. and when Svrup of Tigs was first i 1 ll! d ?M " j only perifct laxative mown, aa it j the only remedy which is truly ) pleaslog and refreshing to tLs tastn jaud pro t ana effecUu, toeiPlin,eth. ! . r., Al . y'em gently id the Springtime in fact, at any time, and Ibo bettor it is known ths more popular it become, t SU3I3IONS. In the Justice's Court of Precinct No. 1, County of Cochise, Territory of Arizoua. liefore Nat Hawke, a Justice of the pece. O W GEISENHOFER, Plaiutiff. vs. JOSEPH RUSSELL. Defendaot. J Action brought for debt. Compla.nt Gle.l in my e flica nd tummons issued. The Territory of Arizona sends greeting to Joseph Russell. Defen dant. You are hereby summoned and re quired to appear tt my oQico in Pre cincl No. one. County of Cochis. Territory of Arizona, to answer the complaint of plaintiff now on file i.i my urBce. within five days should this summons be rerved upon you in this precinct; if served upon yon without ibis precinct, but wilhio this connty. teu days; otherwise within twenty days (exclusive of the day of service) from the day this summons is served upon i fl.: .: i i i. . ! iS1"1,...!?- '!'.." 2 r"'rf7' Tb" "' " L 2 'to rWrf. ,wui.c.1' "feD ePwni. ' n my omce. anil costs of suit ml you ure herebv notified that should you fil to appear and answer within the time stated in this snmmons ibe pltintiCfwill apply to the court for a judgment against you for said de mand and all costs. Given under my hand atmy office in said Preciact this'12tbT"day of Au gust, 1890. NAT HAWKER Justice of tbe'Peace, ORDER OF oALE. In the Probate court county of Co chie Territory of Aiizona. In the muttsr of the estate of Jack Smith deceased. Allen Walker, the administrator of the estate of Jack Smith, deceased, having filed his, petition herein duly verified praying'for an order of sale of all the real estate of said decedetit, for the purpoao therein sftt forth, it i therefore ordered by the judge of aaid court that all persons interested in the rfttate of said deceased appear before the said Probate Conrt Monday tho 15 day of December 1890 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon at the conrt hocse in the City nt Tombstone lo show cause liy au order abould not be granud lo the aaidadminiitralor lo sell alt of the real estate of tba Slid deceased at private sale, and that a copy of Ibis order be published at least four ancceoaive reeks in the Daily Evening Pbospwtob a newspaper printed and published in the said county of Cochise, city tl Tomtsloce. E R MONK, Jndge. Dited Ihia 17th day of November 1890 Oct. term, 11 20 4w ADVICH TO Jt TIIKK Ma. Wixilov's SooTHiHO "Tcr Bas bn sard by lutlUont of Batbrra for ehiMreo tttthtnf, for orir filtj yrr wit1! prrtjcx icc.d. It rtl em iu 11 lt ffrerafnre, prodcen natural. qn-rtM epb retlrt; tb eMId I- m plD. lJ the HI leefce a ts -bilg-nt it a bntt .n." It la rrry Ma otlotha ttoii. otkea tb fatld. fimhr MIKI ..1...n.l - " - .1.1 am t. ... I towrfi anil It tHe !et known iemJ firdar- . itflcwrr a-urog; irom leaiamr or otatr "Hi, TniflfcjoUatjul, HUIUEK AUVr.UTIHKItKXTH. Union Bakery And Confectionery BISBEE, A. T. All Kind& of Ornamental Work exe- cuted on Short Noice. Fresh Cakes &Pies JACOB LANG. ProD. PALACE HOTEL BISBEE, A. T MBS T. M. EKCLISn. Trofnctms Everything New! Everything Clean 1 Quiet Neighborhood ! Comfortable Bedsl Ventilation Perfect 1 Cool Booms 1 DOXT FORGET TO ASK FOR The Palace WHEN YOU VISIT BISBEE Stable, BISBEE, - ARIZONA Horses cared for by the day, week or month. Turnouts of all kinds for rent. KNLAIIGED, JiEXOVATED AXD better than ever prepared to cater to the needs ojthepublic. E. S. ADAM, Proprietor O. R. V ATT. C. B.TARDKLL. Undestakinq Paelors of Wall &Tarbell i, &&8&Mk y2Z2-ysS&!?i New Hearse, New Goods, Everything XSew, Coflins, Caskets. Robes. Etc.- From tie riauieit to the Fircit Uadr. The Columbia Iron Caskets kept con stantly in Stock. Bodies Temporarily or Persuiruntly Embalmed by the Latest Process. All Work eotrnated tc tu aball bare the e!ot attcnUoc. gjg?Nigbt orders left atHarei Page's livery office promptly attended to. WM. HEYN, Custom House Broker. San Pedro, Palominas, Sonora, Meiicc. TOMBSTONE OFFICE: Vf 110 Fo"k u' T.l n General 3Iercltantlise Stor Liver Scible, Restau rant an'tl Lodgings. FOR SALE One 30-horse power upright steam boiler, as good as new. One steam pump. Lot of work horses and mules, all at reasonable rates. AH Brokerage Effecfeuat Lowest Rates. rnoPFiTo - 1 Subscribe for and advertise m in the PROSPECTOR, the only Daily in Cochise County and the ' 'onlyl one receiving -Press Dispatches. Circulation aoulU that of any taper in A'izona .tKJ SX- s,rr '" i r"-ll r- .w.A.ii- iar H 1 f j " i hi-, .., i... ,.. i, i in. f i i '- -- J??&-"J ' filifnir1''--' "'-'-'",, ,....- . .'. -.u -,"ri--iaJj.s,-i.'-'-isi ".asr3ats.-K. zsiSFT:ir7,l J ILllfiirWLaBBsllLaWaWBBtaCTB :K .' J .-.