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TOMBSTONE DAILY PHOSPEQTOK. MONDAY EVENING. DECEMBER I. J 890.
.- TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR DECEMBER - - - 1. IS90. r)aa Ac So"utUcutern Time Curd. K. It LEAVK. AKJUVE. Bisbee 7.00 at Fairbank 9.00 a.m. Firbank 10.00 a. ni. Bisbee 12 JO n'n JDoi'Jy, except Sunday. Pacific time.) Bex Williams, Supt. LOCAL NOTES. B. A. Packard is in lawn. Subscribe for the PKOsrECTOR Staraboul hat made a mile in 2.11. Bull John Bull denies that Sitting 43 H U'l.UUU Ul 1119. . . The board of police comtnissione meet to-night. County taxes are coming in (slowly. N ver 13 -156 votes were cast in this terri tory at the recent election. J. II. Slaughter returned yesterdaj Jrorr the San Bernardino ranch when! ho went to look at his fat steers. Justice Perrin, of Biauee, accompan ied by his wife, came over tc day from the copper camp. D. M. Osborne Mowers and Raker and Halladay Wind-mills at Wolcott's. Native or alfalfa hay by loose or baled at Sydow'b. the ton, n!2tf 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's Fresh at Wolcott's. Kaucb Butter 7-19-tf Fare to Bisbee via Engle's stage line reduced to 2.50. nl-kf. G. E. Braly, the pioneer dairy man will deliver milk anywhere in the city at reasonable rates during the winter. Crown Mills Flour, Fresh Buck wheat and Graham Flour and Meals just received at Hoefler's. Fresh garden aud flower seeds, El Paso onion feed and alfalfa seed at Wolcott's. tf Alfalfa, Timothy, aud Espcrsette seed. Warranted pure at tf. Hokfler'8. Choice branas of batter an J cheei at Hoefler's the pioneer grocer, on Fre oont aad Fifth streets n2 Wastkd A woman who has a home to do general housework in a small family. Apply immediately at this office. 1121tf FRESH 0Y3T Kits Received every Tuesday and Friday. 25 cents a dozen. Geo. H. Pitts. Just received at the C H. & T. Uo 's a full and complete line of Windsor Ties and neckwear of all descrip tions. N-itf Just received a new invoice of Choice cl,l Port, Five year old Zinfan del. Sherry and Angelica wines. Also finest brands of family liquors at Jos. HOWLER'S Men's Stetson flats ! TV TT.i. J - tl i3)ja jluu) aim xujja i j Sold at New York Prices ! ! ! AtEuciiER Gres. 113m HIIUIX. THE WORLD'S BEST IWilOf) S2.50 SMC mo.qoalfor8tTle.FMaBd-Wear. PetiUTtir itti.ititaii5ilalottlMBirr, Do cot ieiieerlTnL be ataaip on bottom o each ahee. ..aie no other. Ertry pair warranted. Stria a4 erraal to any aos In tbe market. Xade try 4. ESPePkES . Ct CHICAGO. S. M. BARROW, Sle Agent for Coehi-e Qo, City treasury matters will bo atter ded toby county treasurer, J. P. Mc Allisti r. Another hunting party has gone to Sonoia to hunt du k. Col. Itaflbrd acts as chaporon. The second te-Sfion of the 51st con gress met to-day n Washington aud will end March -1th next. $4700 is the contract price fur build ing a wagon road from Tucson to Mammoth. Do not forget that one nnd one half per cent per month ill be added to your taxes after December 16th. Onyx of a very desirable quality, has be-n discovetcd in Grant county New Mexico. Allen English lias gone to Tucson as attorney for Davis who is on trial for the murder ol a Chinaman at Har shaw last summer. ' Buffalo Biil has coue out to capture Sitting Bull and the troops are after Bill before he cets iuto a ficbt with Bull. The superviso's met to-day at 2 p. m. The minutes of the last were read nnd that is about was done up to 4 o'clock. meeting all thatj The examination to-day of appli cants for teacher's certificates is tak ing place throughout the Territory. In this county but one applicant, Miss Treat, is passing through the ordeal. The stock acent of the SAnta Fe tells the Deming folks that the rtosk yards there will be enlarged to twice their present size and that work will begin shortly. Our Cochise cattlemen will be pleased to hear of it. The Deming Headlight says that Mormons from Utah are going through there by thousands bound for Mexico and that they are creating a thrifty looking country down there, where a desert was visible before. Just after the S. P. train pulled out of El Paso last Friday, a message was sent by telegraph to a passenger traveling on the train. The dipch reacned Maricopa the next day juet after the train pulled out. Quick railroading. The Silver City Enterprise predicts a boom at Stein's Pass. It says that a New York company" will put up smel ters there and purchase bcvcral lead mines in that vicinity. A car fised up especially for the use of the government is now in New Mexico distributing spawn of var ions kinds offish which are being di- tribut-1 through (hi part of the conn try. Arizona will be supplied alto. Another ictim of the deadly coal oil can has been cremated in Phenii. The unfortunate girl poured the oil on the wood 2,jr"02ir!p ther? w no !ir inside. The can exploded and the poor creature was burned to death. The sixth cavalry stationed at Fort Wingate will start for the Sioux country to-day. They received orders last Monday, just one weeV ago and have been hard at work getting ready to move. A train of 20 cars will con vey them to the scene of the distur bance. s. 1 At a baby show in fcilver City on Thanksgiving day, two batchelors bor rowed a baby each in El Paso and Deming and took the two prize. The mothers who had entered the home product ran the two men into the hills and they'have been afr-dd to show ip- The cattlemen met in Tucson the other day, says the Nogales Herald, and organized the Southwestern Cat tle Association, the largest organiza tion of the kind in the Territory. It will take in the entire southern por tion of the Territory aud in all proba bility the greater portion of the cen tral part. Amont; the objects in view are securing the enactment by lha Legislature of belter cattle laws and also establishing a trail to California for the purpose of driving feeders to that marKet uonnr. Bjuuet In Tombstone. Dec stto the wile of T. J.Bwley.a dau8bter. Mrs Js Hart and Miss Minnie! Dais have formed a partnership in Bistteeand the wdlknuwn UisbeellnUl j will le run hereafter as u h. use should be run. A a pioneer caterer to the wants of the inner rrfln.Mis. Hart nil! be remembered as an expert and her reputation has not waned. The greatest boom town in the world to-day is Jerusalem. The price of real estate has advanced so rapidly that it takes the w alth of a Solomon to buy n lot on the leading buriuess streets. There are not half enough homes to supply the demand. The population is increasing with unheard of rapidity. P. R. Brady, joint-councilman for the southern district was elected by 000 majority. It does not always pay to malign and dander a good man simply because lie happens to be nom inated for office. From this vindica tion of his course Iby the people it seems they took nofstock in the base less slanders agninst him. Yuma Sentinel. K" printing oilice prayers are 01 a snyl avail in the Great Beyond, the bless- ingsofa hapiy New Year will be showered upon the lives of J. H. Powers and wife for a side of veal sent in yesterday with the best wishes of the (Jnnnrn, The biz of it spoke for their lilieralitv and the quality ol it proclaimed the mother of it a thor- ior- A lAjUKiiurcu. ...-I.L..J Harry Carpenter, with his father, mother and sister-in-law, made the Sentinel office pleasant call on Thursday. Mr. and the two Mrs. Car penters are from New York city, and have come to Yuma with an idea of making it their home. They are very' much pleated with our perpetual sum mer climate and our delicious citrus fruits and beautiful flowers.' Sentinel. Yuma Sunn)- Side. Boarding aud lodging bouse. Fifth street between Allen and Toughnut. Reopened under the management of j Mrs Boyle. 11-20-lf. Iln! lor THrcinot. The Braly and Kemp line leave Tombstone at 2 o'clock p. m. Tues days and Fridays. I.eave Turquoi at 7 o'clock a. m. on sime days. Fare ?2 Round trip, 3. Office at stable of Hare & Page. A I'rijlriau' Optnlnn Dr. A. M. SracLDiso, of Grand Rap ids, Mich, says: "'I prescribe Hib bsrd'sRhenmatio Syrnp in my prac tice and unhesitatingly recommend it. It operates npon the liver, kidneys and bowels, destroyiog lbs poison in the blood and tissues. It is a grand tonic and appetizer, and for a disetaed stom ach or dyspepsia has so rqnal," For aalo by J. Yotige. For a lame back, a pain in the side or chest, or for aootli-ache or ear-ache, prompt relief may be had by using Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It isrelia- Ul l? To The Public I have Re furnished and Re-opened The , BISBEE - ECdSE E1SBEE, A. T. LL PERSONS VISITING THF- Copper Camp can find a quiet, :lean and pleasant PLACE TO STOP. Miss Minnie Davis has become ;in- terested'with ma in the house'sntl Everything Good lo Eat And plenty of it will be the feature of the new place. Ipcepectfully, Dim. MBS. JAS. IIAIIT. Haspr lltovler. Win T nitron, n at ma to-of Idirlilr, Ind., write: r-tee it O It r h !ov n.cr l&r b tlM ll dtber tdctM omVi nd S,t ltt bd rt ,..,. .... . .11 11.. .m,A . ... ..1. ,.C K m . K .-U. ..' UK J KMU ., fff - .BB j9iic,JnnwMi,i ccth en tie rune c jy "find ElccirK t.lt- lo M taa t KlfinrraB3 Lsr mrnldnr. m de ire feci ilkis b.w ma .' M. V. Otri e. ra'dirtr mftrth at ftiotf loa rT: f'Kitei. & fliitro i Hat tbr think, tor osa arbo 1 all r- n d., a aa4 oonicae 11 M nre cr aiti: he locoa rw irtDeib Jtcxx1ppet!tffceJot 1 1 .eaid 5&rT " tmywtsatj. 'S'Lfi n. "Selene," In the Baltimore American, 1 writln? of the attr-ietlvfrir-M f women. compares thcni to flouen. ThotM that havo beauty and mind, well cultivated. are Uko the flower with beauty and fragrance they are never - ending sources of dollght. Others are fair to look upon, but a close inspection discov ers a tfacrn. The third kind are like the homely wall-flower, neither hand some nor graceful, but so full oj sweet ness that to be near them is Joy inex pressible. So many girls, who are brought up with the knowledge that they aro gifted with forms and faces of unusual loveliness, depend too much upon those advantages for their success in life. They never realize the neces sity ol applying themselves to tlie acqui sition of knowledge; they grow to wom anhood with meager education, no ac complishments and a much exaggerated opinion of their charms. The result is that they enjoy only for a brief time the prestige for which they are so am bitious. Some of the plainest women I over knew were tho greatest favorites. Their presence in truom was the signal for good-humored enjoyment. Time never flagged when they were of tho party. Tho lack of mere facial symmetry was forgotten when undor the spell of their genial Influence. It is not unusual to see a handsome man wedJed to a home ly woman. We have all heard and, per haps, maJo the remark: "Wtiy, what did such a guud-looklng rran over see in 1 that w oman to love?" U u are thinking Aly tnoTutW lu truth, thecharicK appearance, when. character ot sued a woman may be ao luriy and attraclivo to thoae who know hnr that none would havo her different if they could. It is a great fe!tJWngIrlllOWvSheraC,,f W 'discontented and untlnnv about her looks. When this is the case it is time for her to heed the fairy's warning and shun the mirror by thinking Ipss of ap pearances and more of other things. I.i:At'KKJ.l.K Oil. Prevents tendency to wrinkle or ageing of the skin. Prevents wither ing ol the skin or drying up of the ilesh. Nature'" wonder for preserving outh nnd freshness. ?1, large bot tles, at druggists. Frtcfo 1'or .YlcrulinnfN. The country trade, the catllemans tra(je( tne ranchers' trade, the trade of surrounding mining camps can only be reached by appealing to their reason. You can reach them through 1 the columns of thn Weekly Prospec tor. The phennminal growth of iN ! sub-cription list daring the late cam. paign hssbeen followed by a flood ol new subscrilerH during the pant two weeks never equalled in Arizona jonr nslim. If you expect to do any hol iday trade you had better entage your space NOW. Important vj!mnr, I have had sciatic ilienmntism for eighteen tears. Tho paioa fn rny lim'- and back wore nrbearb'e and I n nl not use my left lircb. I wa- confl-ed lo mv bed weeks at a time with tor. mooting pains. Fonr bottles of Rib bard V IUienmal'c Syrnp entirely enred me. C. Ii. Dcxitaxi Drnggist, Avoca Iowa. For ale by J, YoDge. FOIt XM!nr,I A HATArt!K. Use "Rough on Psin." Instant re lief. 25 and 50c KOUGII ox CORN'. Liquid. 15c, Salve, 10c, ROUGH ox WORMS." Safe, sure cure. 25c. HurUlrn'H Arnlea Halve. Xh9 Rt itatvt in the world for Cots, BrnTaes. Sores. Ulcere. Silt Rhenrn. Fever Sores. Chapped Hind Chilblain". Corns, and all Skin Erup tion, and positively cares Pile, or no py required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refnud ed. Price iJS cents per box. Fcr tale by J. Yoago. BT.i,iy it 1 it iiaimji. If gray, gradually restore colnr; elegant tonic dressing. 50c, $1, Drn?--.t-;j: c,rf size "re hi ty rr for fUE s7wrlK Jwy City. TIOUGH ON TOOTHACHE. Instunt relief. 15c IllbbanS1 nhrnwaltr and Mvrr Pill", These pills are scientifically com pounded and uniform in action. Ni griping pain ao cnmmoiilv fol owinp the ne of pills. They are adped to both adnlta and children with erfot safety. We gnarantea they bsve no equal in the cure of Sick nidche. Constipation. Dyptpia tnd Uilions ness; and an an appetizer tbey excel any otbr preparation. , AKCtnienl tVorlf. If you have assessment work to do address "D" this office. It will be done promptly and reliably, nlltf "Xrt iTth-elCa tJn, r'neeH. II', - ttarUt la irwt term ht )d wHch.et os B- r In i . - w- rete ormnh y c fiattf pb lilu tat ovw le.O. fa aba ahopi ej neiln nf o3 onp lot a my d taedielna cun dca b.r. Ifrr ugzi tji Dr. Kn( e Dlen rr for c"-iit Sue fQir.t h ttenjt fa ' 4 !!. o si r relf treses jam Sr- 4 e re Itn ed I Be, ana aer .inff t t i,t le- loa v onad unt w I . to d ii.tr n b w as t u well k itriri P'-et l,i WOMEN'S COURAQfc.1 I ilrl. rftiu Urars a Storm, be) w In Terror from Hat. Mi-nNina Trcvelyanand hcrsistar Nannie, two young girls, left their .psidence, near Norfolk. Va., a fow days ago, accompanied by a gentle man friend, on a wild goose ana duck expedition in the bay. Both ladie vtrc familiar with the use of shut guns and anticipated a pleasant time. At 3 o'clock- tliey procured a bail boat, and sped across the bay, where the blinds were ready for cccupancy After sundown, when they had se currd considerable came, the hoisted sail uud cudciirorcu to make Iho land bg from which they embarked. The night was very dark and they were on the eastern sido of the Chesapeake. When they started the wind was iortheasU They did not discover thta it bad changed to several points to the soih and lost their reckoning. For hou they beat up and down th 'Jhcsapeake, lost, as if in midoceazu Tlic night was bitter cold, and the gale high, but the girls never ex pressed any fear. They were seated amidships, in heavy blankets that baa been used for blinds. Ko sign of hu man habitation or civilisation hove i sight until after midnight, wnea their croft ran into a lot of anchored skiffs. This brought thtxn to the shore, where, at midnight, after being exposed to tho weather, they discov ered a little cabin, in which they found plenty of wood, and soon bad a crackling fire, but it was a long time bef ore the half frozen ladies recovered. Finding four buDks in the cabin they, with much persuasion, were induced to try to get a little sleep. Suddenly isi "fi Png. to tho center . , it.. ..v! l.3.j; t,. !:, 1 piercing scream came from Miss higii towards Leaven. The other young lady, frightened almost to death, sprang from her bunk, receiv ing several severe contusions and at tho same time adding her soprano to the mnsic. Tho trouble was explained when the younger ono exclaimed, "Rats!" Investigation proved thai a horde of marsh rats had entered the cabiu and sought refuge under the blankets and the pillows. At dav break Sunday sail was hoisted and, after scouring the bay shore for hours, they finally discovered their landing, arriving home lato that evening. The giib were received with opcD arms by their parents, who had giver them up for lost. Baltimore American. mu vnitUi uviuuiK net 00,11 IO A Tbxckenj DlsDcr. Thackeray was in high spirits, and when tho cigars were lighted he said that tbero should be no speech mak ing, but that everybody, according to tho old rule of festivity should sing a song or tell a story. Lester Wallack's father, James Wallack, was one of the guests, and with a kitd of shyness, which was unexpected but very agree able in a veteran actor, he pleaded earnestly that he could not sing and knew no story. But with friendlv persistence, which was yet not immotl crcte, Thackeray declared that no ex cuao could bo allowed, because it would be a manifest injustice to every other modest man at table, and put i summary end to the hilarity. It was to Ixs a general sacrifice, a round table of magnanimity." "Npw, Wallack." he continued, 'ttd all know you to bot truthful man. You can, of cours4, since you say so, neither sing, a song nor tell a story. But I tell you Tvhat you can do, and what every soul at this table knows you can do better than any living man yon can give us tht gruat scene from the 'Rent Day.' " There was a burst of enthJisiastic agreement and old Wallack, smiling and yielding, still sitting at tho table in his evening dress, proceeded in a most effective and touching recitation from ono of his most famous pails. I was curious to observe from tho no ancnt ho began how completely inda pendent of all accessories the accom nlpiliraj artnr wna nrj !wVv tv5rfcCtl' Lo filled tlio part as if he half been in full action upon the stage. Harper'i Magazine The Erolntlon of Toja. Harlow Gale has written a thought ful article tracing the evolution of holidays. Tie might take as a thesne the evolution of toys and other incan& of amusement. The advance atony this line has been somothing tremen dous in the past few years. Tho toyi of a few years ago were pretty tame beside tho ones of today. They have become so respectable, in fact, thai ctintta may get recreation from them, end even get enthusiastic in thsir use. Think what a futr the bicycle has made. Minneapolis wheelmen are now numbered by the hundred, and few pcoplo now stop to consider a moment whether it i3 dignified to ride a wheel. Even tho ministers employ them. Amateur photography like wise is brighteningexistence for thou sands of people. The latest and prob ably tho most delightful toy that could well bo imagined is the phono graph. To be sure, it may become vasuy mora wan a toy. tsut even vucb it has a grwt future before it Think oT the thousand one novel use 4 to which it can be put. It tires the imagination even tMicturo the thicrr 1 bef omhand. As a fireside comforter it could havo no rival for years to xaia St Paul Pioneer Press. Tea. Ifa r. Hero fa a warning to tho beauties, yanny" Davenport says she 1)23 never aUtemptcd to correct nature 'Vlien ever she bears of any ono who is about to try the process, she sends for her and warns her against it But her warninir is seldom heeded. Most actresses would rather suffer nnd be I fbapely thas bo healthy and fat. Isn't ijso, guru rncaotts w Qr xote i a- 1 1 1 - T" - " - z J HUt:n a:vi:htijkji:.t. Onion Bakery xlnd Confectionery BISBEE, - A. T. All Kinds of Ornamental Work exe cuted on Short Jfoice. Fresh Cakes &Pies JACOB LANG, Prop. PsOLAGE HOTEL BISBEE, A. T WH T M ENGLISH, . . ProfrKtrcu ry tiling Kew I Everything Clean 1 in-! Neighborhood 1 Comfortable Beds I Vntilation Perfect I Cool Booms I DONT FORGET TO ASK FOR The Palace 'WHEN YOU VISIT BISBEE BIS3EE, - ARIZONA f lorses cared for by the day, week or month. Turnouts of all kinds for rent. EXLAIIGED, XESOVATED AND better than eter prepared to cater to the needs of the public. R. S. ADAM, Proprietor . B. W aTT. C. B. TARBELL. -UspEfiTAKINO PiBLOKS OF att&Tarbell New Hearse, New Goods, Everything rsew. Coffins, Caskets. Robes, Etc From the Pialoeat to the Flxctt VlaJr. The Columbia Iron Caskets kept con stantly in Stock. Bodies Temporarily or Permanently Embalmed by the Latest Process. All Work entrnsted tc ns shall hare the c'otett attention. 2S?"Night orders left at Hare A Page's livery office promptly attended to. WM. HETN", Custom House Broker, San Pedro, Palominas, Sonora, Mcxfc. TOMBSTONE OFFICE: No. 119, Fourth St., Legal Row. General Mcrclianl:se Store Liver Suih, flsui- rant and Lodgings. FOR SALE: One 20 hnrs. tuw.,. upright steam boiler, as good as new. vne steam pump. Lot of work horses and mnlea -ill at reasonable rates. AH Brokerage Effected at Lowest Kates. PKOMPECTOIf., Subscribe for and advertise in the PROSPECTOR, the at 'only Daily in Cochise County, and the only one receiving Press Dispatches. Circulation Mule that of any iaper in Arnoaa. 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