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TOMBSTONE DAILY PROSPECTOR, THURSDAY EVEN11NG. DECEMBER 18. 1890.
hM TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR DECEMBER - - - 18. 1890. Ar'joau A Soutlieunlcm Time Card. It. It VKXXT. AEEIVE. Bisbee 7.00 e Fairbank 9.00 a.m. Fairbank 10.00 a. m. Bisbee 12.30 n'n IDaily, rxeejt Sunday. fPacifictime.) ""' Bek "WmztMB, Supt. LOCAL NOTES. Native or alfalfa hay by loosa or baled at Sydovt's. the ton, io.r D. XL Osborne Mowers and Raker and Halbvlay Wind-mills at WolcottV Choice Eastern Dried Apples and Dried Raspberries at Wolcott's.7-19-tf r.hnet California cheee and Hol- and Herring at Hoefler's. tf J. H. White's Freh at Wolcott's. Ranch Butter 7-19-tf Fare to Bisbee via Engle's stage line reduced to $2.50. -14.! WANTED A male cook to cook for 30 or 40 men at Turquois. Apply of P. Hook at the Fashion Saloon, lw Crown Mills Flour, Fresh Buck wheat and Graham Flour and Meals just received at Hoefler's. Fresh garden and flower seeds, El Paso onion seed and alfalfa seed at Wolcoli's. t 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 goods go and see the elegant display at Frank Yaple's. Choice branas of butter and chee at Hoefler'- the pioneer grocer, on Fro aont and Fifth streets. n2 Wall paper for everybody at Eucher Gres' White Blanks 20c, Gilts 30c. per double roll. New goods; best made. For a lame back, a pain in the side or chest, or for aooth-ache or ear-ache, prompt relief may be had by using Chamberlain!) Pain Balm. It isrelia ble. For sale by H. J. Feto, ""just received a new invoice ol Choice old Port, Five year old Zinfan del, Sherry and Angelica wines. Also finest brands of family liqnors at Jo3. Hoeflkr's Just arrived from the east, the fol lowing articles: Cape Cod Cranberries, Apples, Full Cream Cheese, Mince Meat, Zante Currants, Sour Krout, New Orleans Molasses Boston Black Molassses, at Hoefler's, 024 t Hlrtbard-Kheumaile and Liver Pill These pills are scientifically com pounded and uniform in action. N griping pain so commonly following the use of pills. They are adapted to both adults and children with ,.erfecl safety. We guarantee they have no equal in the care of Sick Headache. Constipation, Dyspepsia and Bilious ness; and as an appetizer they excol any other preparation. Five tons, 10,000 pounds, of Crockery of all descrip tions just opened at Eucheu Gres' This importation of semi- porcelain ware is direct fro Rncrlfinfi and will be sold a i a i astonishingly low prices. d2tf. Kit UK. THE WORLD'S BEST $2.50 5 sflfclr Uino3tJiiIforBrjJe.ntandWear. rosltfrrty tfctbrtt oe In America for tbr sooner. Do not todMefrrtf. See stamp on bottom otexehtbo. Take no other. Ettt pair warranted. Styllili to! rtpialtocnYSSs&M In tht market. Made by 4. WPEEPLES A CO., CHICAGO. S. M. BARROW, Sole Agent for Cochise Co. Subscribe for the Prospector Holiday oods nt Yonge's Drug Store. Best assortment in town. McKee Raincy camo in to-day from his ranch in the Huachuca mountains For Rest. The ant, in Bisbee, A. T. Miners' Restaur tf Mrs, Jas McAllister left Tempe. to-day for Don't fail lo see the beautiful com bination toilet case at Frank Yaple's. The public school in Tombstone ill close uec. -. u s-!. Wania.-.rth nf r.rln: Til AUtf V Tombstone a isit last night. . V -"-- Tl. infant child of G. W. Swam is ery low with pneumonia. rExaminations nt the public school to-day. A meeting of the council last night was adjourned till to-night. The town of Socorro Mex which at one time had a population of 10,000 now has but 500 inhabitants. Don't fail to call and inspect Frank Yaple's Christmas goods whether you wish to buy or not. Acting Gov. Murphy has gone to Washington in the interest of the North and South railroad. The pupils of the Phenix public schools are lo have two weeks vacation endinc on l5ec. 27th. ' Sritt White and wife were in El ',PAao this week registered at the Grand Central. Dressing cases, work boxes. music rolls, fancy thermometers, manicure sets etc, at Yonge's drug store. The Phenix papers give full reports of the teachers institute now in ses sion in that city. A few more chances left in the beautiful toilet case at Yapls's. They are going rapidly. Fourteen carloads of freight were unloaded for Tucson yesterday. This is the highest number of cars unload ed here in a day fr a year. fCitizen. . , By an item in the Tombstone Pros pector e judge that Tom Whitehead a former Prcscott boy is in Bisbee.-yj i riinrifr. If jou want a Christmas present for our best girl go to Yonge's drug ttore where you will find a beautiful assortment from which to make your choice. D. A. Hunsaker is reported to be beyond the hope of recovery. A tele cram to his sister, who is teaching school at Turquois reports his recovery ery doubtful. Col. Clendenen left yesterday for Fort Huachuca to arrange for the re moval of two troops of hi regiment to Fort Wingate. X. M. to replace the Olh Cavalry recently sent to South Dako ta. Citizen. The well at Yuma Copper mines is down 530 feet and no sign of water yet. The company went down onthe strength of Professor Heerdcgen's di vining rod. They arc keeping at work now in hopes to strike ore. ., The sale of 40 gallons of Mescal and two burros and pack outfits took place this morning at the custom house. Martin Costello purchased the mescal at $3.25 per gallon and Pasquale Negro the burros and outfits A .for $975. The surveying party of the Prescott and Aiizona Cen rl rosd are in Phe nix and are making rapid headwav and it will be completed bv Jan. 25, at which lime a report will be made to a New York syndicate which propose to construct the line. A suit has been commenced in the District Court by Jledigovich and Radogovicb of Bisbee against the Copper Queen Company for damages in the sum of 1,100. Tho suit grew out of the flood of last July, Hie plain tiff's claiming that the A. & S. E. Co. and the Copper Qut-en m'ning Co had dammed up the gulch lor a height of 20 feet causing the water to overflow the banks and sweep away the plain tiffs good. James Keilly represents plaintiffs and Herring and Herring the defendants. HOW bJlE JiLTllCifiS. Arts Practiced by Young; Ladles Before Going to Bod. Some of the Svtrrti of My Ldr" Dr-(u-llooin Dlteloml Treatment for the 'll. TIU and Complet ion Tint veuhl lLtth. A man will co to his room at night, and It there isn't a match handy, be won't even trouble to got a light. Ho simply roU out of hi duds as quickly as possible and jumps Into bed without more ado. Now, writes "Carrlo Careless" In the Chicago Newa, lot u watch a girl and consider her ways: First of all she must havo a light, and a good bright one. She may have been entertaining her younjr man in the par lor until weil we will say,. until bed time, or sho may have been out to a pary, but that doesn't mako any differ ence. A (tin has a regular way oi going to bed that she does not depart from on any account. Tbo moment she enters the room she goes straight to the dresser and looks in the glass. 1 have seen a girl go down on her Vness and scan OTery feature, turning her faco this way and that, as it what she saw was something quite new to her. Then the sweet girl befits to undress. Sbe takes off her waist, views for a moment her pretty neck and arms, then sho slowly slips out ot her shirts and dons a silken robe dt tkanlrt for our girl i very swell. The robe is loose, ot pink, blue or white, with cascade sot lace falUn? all about the neck and bosom and way down to the dainty feet. It isn't but tonedjust tied with ribbons. Next the hair-pins come out, and down (alls tho hair. It has been washed in soda or ammonia once a month to mako it fluffy, and alw to give it the golden brown hue k much admired. Mrs. Pot ter's copper-colored tresses owe much of their luster to the frequent washings in soda and ehampagno which her maid gives them. Our girl brushes her hair and braids it in a loose braid; but she doesn't twist it tip Into hideous curl pa pers. Curling irons havo done away with all of that, and the dear jrlrl is just as lovely after the ball with all her finery off, ai she was during it. And now she takes a hit of silk and draws it carefully between her teeth. It cets out all tho particles that a tooth-J brush can't reach; then she takes a little orange-wood stick, dips it into a little round silrer thing that holds pondered orris root, and proceeds to scour earn individual tooth, after which the tooth-brash and a cup of warm water finish the operation. She would rather do this every night than pay dentists' bills, sho says. Of coarse, tho bath is the most essen tial thing about the toilet, hut our girl takes hers in tho morning. She does wash her hands and face, however, with water as hot as she can bear It. She uses a flannel cloth and holds it several minutes against every part of ft her face- and neck. Miss Salllo Ifargous, who is famous for her peachy skin, sajs that she owes it all to hot water. "Its tbo best remedy In the world for sunburn," says Miss Sallle. "and no one who uses it persist ently will have pimplesor black-heads." And now the nails must be attended to; just a llttlo clip hero and thern with the scissors, a rub with the polisher and a touch ot cold cream to keep them bril liant. There am a thousand and ono things that some girls do after they go to their rooms at night. They tako medicines and pills and powders and cough:syrnp; they use inhalers, atomizers, flesh brushes, and dumb-bells. Our girl has no need of all these. She sticks to her ounce of prevention. Thcrp sro girl, too, who think hey mast hare some thing to eat or drink before retiring. Miss Kathryn Kidder, who appears to the public as such an etacrcal, dainty creature, eats a big saucer ot onions every nigh- Sho munches them while her maid combs her hair. And Mlsa Dorothy Done, tho young English actress, sits up in bed until ono o'clock in tho morning with a novel in her hand and a big plate of cako on her lap. Sbe reads the novel and cats tbo cake; and tho most astonishing part of it is, not that she doesn't have indigestion, hut that she doesn't die, for with the cake she drinks quantities of chocolate. And now, out goes the light and down goes tho curtain. The scene is done. mnHrlo& of n XceJIc j Fergus If cCarthy, of Philadelphia, was the subject of a peculiar operation at tho Presbyterian Hospital. A ncedlo which protruded from his abdomen was re moved by Dr. IV. B. Gllliard. Tho nee dle was much corroded and blackened. McCarthy said be could not explain how the needle got there, but remembered that about twenty years ago ho tread upon a needle which tronblcd him slightly. It was never discovered. Mc Carthy says he did not experience much pain at the time, but since then he has suffered extreme pains less or mora all around the left leg, which gradually moved upward. The pain shifted to bis side, and ho has latterly experienced tho stinging pain In the region of tho ab domen. While at work at tho foundry be was doing some work which necessi tated his stooping considerably. He felt keen pain as if something was pene trating his flesh llko a needle, and bad to get np, and, on examination, be discovered the blackened point of the needle. The case is ono of the most pe culiar that has coroo nnder treatment at the hospital for many years. IIOVT IHKIX TMF. HortiE. "Kough on IUts." Clears out raU, mice, roaches. ROUGH on WORMS. Safe, Sure Cure. 25c ROUGH ON TOOTHACHE. Instant ielif. 15c. 1881). 1189D. TENTH GRAND Annual Ball. BE GIVES BY- Rescue Hose Co. No. i AT- SCHIEFFELI?i HAIL, Xew Year's Eve, Wednesday. Dec. iuo OSHMiTTZB or lUlXOtHIHTl Frank Rran. . . Monti, P. Seaman. II. llatticli. J. Siniih Hen Cock. crnox roim rti. ChitfOo Oiborn. F. 11 Austin, 00. Noddln. John PnndervlUe, E.Gres. Ceo. Walker. 1. N. McDnnoufb, E. Bachclder. S. Tnbolet. Wra. llrly. C l Cummlngi, Dave Conn. J. 1. Shauzhnesir, II Draerr. Tbos. Atchlion, . Long, K. W. Wiod, UGraf. J Monuet. P. a Wamckros, J. (.ncbaUBi. racoa awinrii, Nat Hawke. Geo. Ihompwn Cur Powell. A. B. Stanirer Jacob ilDltr, Jas. Hart. lira Nichols, oe Upper t. I. Mlano, w. .Iter VYalih H. Shanty. Floot Manager J. J, Monti. We "cany a very large line of Goods suitable for Christ mas presents which we offer at prices to enable every body to think of their friends. FOR. THE LADIES WE HAVE Mil. Fir hut, Scarf t, Silk Muffler , Silrer Thimllei, Shoulder Shau-U, Hair Ornament. Hand Painted Fani, Shau-U of all Kindt, Jiarege and Silk Veiling!, Jfemttitched Handkerchief!, A lUauliful line of Toicelt, Knit and Flannel Underwear, Embroidered Silk Handkerchief!, All Shndetand Colon of Silk Tltread and Tu-itt. FOR GENTLEMEN A Beautiful line of Seek Wear, hare to be rn to be appreciated. Embroid' end Slippen, Silk Sutpenderi, Silk Muffler and Hand- kerchieft, Linen HandkercTiieft. FOR CHILDREN: Jjace CoIIart, Boy! Overcoatt, Suitt, Fancy Capt ami Hat from S3 Cent! Upward!. Full line of Child- rem & Boy! Undencear, Boott .0 Shot. BONANZA CASH STORE Ilo! l'r Itllrr:i I A. Engle is now running a fast two-hore rig between Tombstone ntl Bisbee. leHving Tombstone at 7:30 a. m. Moinlayi", Vnlnrdyn ami Friday anil llUbre on alternate (lays, at same hour. Onlers for passage or freight to be left at store of Geo. II. Fitts Tombstone. Office l Bisbee at an.sdoif's stare. 9-22-tf. Oil! I II I! hi UK DAUPHIN. DAUPHIN. DAUPHIN, Any person transacting business np to the Dili of January with 31. A. Dauphin of New Orleans, ean send package containing not less than five dollars by Express, free of charge. BISBEE To the The Citizens r Celebrate the Holiday Week by SERIES OF RACES A For Cow-ponies Only. STEER ROPING. ETC. FREE FOR MWnfET! For Cow-ponies only, on Dec. 24th for A FTJRSE ROPING CONTEST CHRISTMAS DAY. To The Pubic i I hare Be-furnished and Re-opened The BISBEE - HOUSE CISBHE A. T. ILL PERSONS VISITING " Copper Camp can find a THE quiet, clean and pleasant PLACE TO STOP. Miss Minnie Davis lias 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, Dim. MRS. JAS. HART Union Bakery And Confectionery BISBEE, - A. T. All Kinds of Ornamental Work eze cuted on Short Noice. FrehGakes &Pies JACOB LANG, Prop. se Front of Bisbee Will ETG-, ALL RACE: OF Si PALACE EOTEL BISBEE, MBS T M. ENGLISH, A. T Proprietress Everything New! Every thin Clean I Quiet Neighborhood ! Comfortablo Bedsl Ventilation Perfect I Cool Rooms! DONT FORGET TO ASK FOR The Palace WHEN" YOU VISIT BISBEE Stable, BISBEE, - ARIZONA Horse cared for by the day, week or month. Turnouts of all kinds for rent. ENLARGED, RENOVATED AND better than ever prepared to cater to the needi of the public. E. S. ADAM, - - Proprietor Afirxmeu' Work. If you hae assessment work to do address "D" this office. T"It will be done promptly and reliably nll.tf . V ,sK- , - -