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DECEMBER,' - - - 26, 1891 Arlsoaa A Southeaatera R. R Time Card. LEAVE. ARMVK. Bisbee 6.20 aja Fairbank 8.15 a.m. Purbank 9.30 a. m. BisbeC 12.00 nn Daily, except Sunday. CPacifio tin0 , Bw. Wiujamb, Supt. Blsaal Serrlce. The following is the range of the thermometer for the 24 hcurs ending 3 o'clock p. m. December 26 . Maximum . , 16 Minimum 44 LOCAL NOTES. Fine Flush Albums at "Vaple's Special bargains in hats at the New York Stokk. Frank Trask is very sick with pneu monia. Palmer Seamans' candy is pure and fresh. Tfyit. - Night.jailoj McDermot is very, sick with pneumonia. The appeal in the suit of Vidal vs. Broad has been perfected. Grand raffle for an elegant music box at Yaple's. Tickets $1.00. Heavy, shaped horse blankets $1.75 at the New York Store. Rev. C. R. Nugent will lecture ai Willcox, Jan 2nd on The Sandwich Islands. Two carloads of ore per week are being shipped from the Golden Rule mine at Dragoon Summit. If you have not seen any Christmas beef for a year or two, walk around to Tribolet's and feast your eyes. A. contract has oeen let to Amos Kindred to repair the boiler at the city water works for $425 and work is in progress. Wool lined fur top men's gloves 45o. Infants' natural wool undershirts 25c. " all " hose 10c. New York Store, John V. Paul and Miss Cullen cf Florence will be united in marriage in the Catholic cliurch at Florence on Deo. 29th. A license has been' granted to An tonia Ochoa to marry Francisco Franco ; also one to Santo Acunos to wed Mary Moreno. A wrestling match between J as Or well, ohampion of Cornwall and Jack Hosken, best two out of three is billed for the Bird Cage for Deo 30. From and after Dec. 24th I will de liver milk but once each day, viz: every afternoon, tw John Hanlky. Tne ranches and cattle of B. J. Mc Grew, were sold today at Sheriff's sale and were bought in by Martin Costello who held a mortgage on them. To, keep the beard from turning gray, and thus prevent the appearance of age, use Buckingham's Dye tor the Whiskers, the bestdye made. A marriage will take place toanor row in Tombstone. The license was issued today but the groom begged to have the matter kept quiet till Monday. U-'PRIGL rtoafll Baking ' Osed In Millions of Homes Ueullt oil). II. McNeil. At half past seven this morning D. H, McNeil breathed his last. Ho had been a sufierei for the past three jears an J the cold 'veather was too much of a straiu on his lungs. He had ben confined to the house for but three days and was conscious till his last moments, He was a resident of Vir ginia City long beforo coming hero and had been a resident of Tomb stone for ten years. He was a black smith by trade and followed that pro fession off and on (Hiring his life time He was 51 years of age and leaves a wife and two children beside a multi tude of friends to mourn his loss. The,funoral will take place from Masonic Hall, tomorrow afternoor at 2 o'clock. Friends and acquai'jrces ure respectlully invited to alt Co. . N.. A.IIull Christmas eve was enliveneflby ono of the most successful balls of the year, given by Co. G". The. Armory was very tastefully decorated. The walls and ceiling wero almost hidden from view by bunting and pictures. The latter called forth much enthus iastic admiration from "fair women and brave men" Tho music was divine and the Huachuca band seemed to be imbued with a spirit of desire to capture an unoffered prize lor eclipsing all previous efforts, and succeeded. It was nearly daylight when the last couple said good morning. The mem cry of the occasion will linger lite a pleasant dream in the minds ol those who mingled in its pleasure, A Ntrauger Foiled. J. M. Nichols went homo about ten o'clock Christmas ove. and on the way noticed that a man followed him at a short distance behind. He entered the house and as usual veuto the bath room to bathe before retiring. He had not been in the house more than ten minutes before a knock at the back door called his daughter, Mrs. Lizzie Nicolls there, who asked him who it was. The answer came ' It's a stranger." She immediately called her father who, without unlocking the door, asked what 'was wanted, The stranger answered "I want a drink of water" Mr. Nichols ordered tho fel low off, advice which was taken. There is scarcely any doubt but had the door been opened, iuwould have been followed by an order to give up what money there was in the house. Mr, Nichols hud carelessly taken a pocket booK from his pocket down town just before he came home, in which ho had a couple of hundred dollars and several men standing by, who were strangers must have seen it and followed him, bent upon having it. iiotkIj AitatJVAi.s. COCHISE. WShilliatn, W T Showers, Wm Ohnesorgan, Benson; H Matorcm, Nogales; H S Smith aud wife, ranch; H McDonald Fairbank ; S W Bartwell Tucson ; V H Hull, Denver, PALACE. Mr and Mrs E Oates, Benson ; Mrs M E Steel, Fairbank; J as Allen Fair- bank. M. D. Scribner came home to eat his Christmas dinner. He was snowed in at Raton for two days aud describes the beautiful snow as being anything but pleasant. The murcury in the thermometer went down to 17 degrees on Christmas eve and last night went one better registering 16 degrees. Since tho es tablishment of u government service here, four years ago, this is tho cold est weather recorded. Tho Florence Enterprise will be is sued hereafter from Tucuon where the entire plant is being moved. The Held in Florence is open to some one, and Mr. Brown's sons are going to lake ad vantage of the opportunity to start a rnnnKlifnn rviruir tiiartitsa tw Killnl tliu "Florenco.Sentiment" Powder: 40 Years the Standard m A Suiull Until.' The New York restaurant kept by JuHuh Cenzar, was broken into last night ami robbed of a half mince pie, a half custard pie and a glass or two of wine. It was not the fault of the thieves that they diclflfcpt make a big ger haul, for they ranpiked the money drawer which thr broke open with a hatchet. They found nothing there however that they wanted. An entrance was effected by pushing the front doors. They overlooked a Win chester rifle and several boxes of new cutlery going to show that they are after money and in all probability the same outfit that attempted the rob bery of Napa Nick. Resolutions of Respfect, Resolutions adopted by Rathbone Lodge No. 10, K. of P., Bisbee, Ari zona Dec. 18, 1891, on the death of Bro. R. A, Holmes. Whereas, Brother Knight, Richard A. Holmes, being shot on Saturday night Dec. 12th inst. died tho follow ing day fron the effects of bis wounds, Resolved, 1 That wo greatly de plore tho sad death of our brother, and mourn his los- from the membership of this lodge. 2 That this lodge deeply sympa thize with, and tender its sincere con dolence to the parents and friends of our deceased brother in their sor-row.- 3 That theso resolutions be sent for publication in the Tombstone Prospector, and copies of the same mailed to the sorrowing friends. Chas' Strong, T. M. Vaughn, J. G. Pritchard, Committee. Our Very Uest l'eoplo Confirm our statement when wo say that Dr. Acker's English Remedy is in every way superior to any and all other preparations for tho throat and Lungs. In Whooping Cough and Croup, it is magic and relieves at once. We offer you a sample bottle free. Re member, this remedy is sold on a pos ve gua ran tee. Another Canal Contract, Another crew will begin work on the Santa Cruz canal next Monday morning. A. J. Davidson has jusi .taken a contract to construct two miles. Mr. Davidson does not believe in very largo contracts. He will begin near Amado's field, ten miles from tbe head of the canal, and does not know how long he will bo engaged. He will put on twenty teams mostly his own and fifty men Mr. Davidson's makes the third contract, the others being in charge of Mr. Davis and Mr. Igo. Citizen. Yesterday and last night were lively hours in Tombstone. The mines closed down, and between 200 and 300 men took the opportunity to rejoice and be exceedingly glad. There are quite a number of black tail deer in Southern California mar kets, shipped from Mexico. Some of them are quite large weighing over 100 pounds dressed. The ore being shipped from the Gold6n Rule mine pays $40 over all oxpenses at the mill at Pinos Altos. Another grade of smelting ore pays oer $80 at Pueblo where it is smelted The jury in tho case of Mrs. Tom itson vs the S. P. road for $50,000 damages for. the killing of her hus band, could not agree and were dis charged. As Ayer's Sarsaparilla outstrips all other blood purifiers in popular favcr, so Ayer's Almanac is the most univer sally familiar publication in the world. It is printed in ten languages, and tho annual issue exceeds fourteen million copies. Ask your druggist for it. Tho special quality of Ayer's Hair Vigor is that it restores the natural growth, color and texture of the hair It vitalizes the roots and follicles, re moves dandruff, and heals itching hu mors in the scalp. In this respect, it surpasses all similar preparations. Slaughter and Hudson have plaoed their cattle at La Junta, Colorado for tho winter. They are feeding alfalfa at !j3 per .ton. Mr. Slaughter, who lias jus! returned from there says that the eastern cattle market is stronger, and improving, without much proba bility of any back seti Cliurcli Notices. HI. E. Church Rev. F. W. Downs, pastor. Sunday school at 12 :15 p. m. Services at 11 a. m. and 7 :15 p. m. Morning Subject: The December Christ. Evening: Christmas entertain ment consisting of songs and choruses, quartettes, duetts, anthems, recitations and a short address. One solo will be rendered. All are invited to attend. IiM'tlj'l'rltui Cliurrh. Rev. C. R. Nugent, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Services to-morrow at 11 a. m. and 7 :30 p. m. Christmas eermon at morning ser vice. ' In the evening a special sermon on "The Divine Message of Christmas. You are cordially invited to all these services. Attention A. O. V. W, All members of Tombstone Lodge No 3 A. O. U. W. and visiting mem bers are requested to attend the funer al of our late brother D. H. McNeil from Masonic Hall, Sunday, Dec 27, at 2 p. m. G. Gray, M. W. Notice I, . O. I-'', All members of Cochise Lodge I. O. O. F. and visiting brothers are reques ted to attend the funeral of our late brother, D. H. McNeil, from Masonic Hall, Sunday, Dec 27, 1891. J. D. Martin, N. G. The Can Can table will be provi ded with all the delicacies of the sea on to-morrow. Don't fail to partake of their Sunday .dinners. ' tJF Fresh Eastern and California oy iters cooked to order at all times. It is said that Baker and Campbell, attorneys for the widow of J. D. Walk er will test the constitutionality of a two-thirds verdict of a jury. It was by this kind of a verdict that their client lost a few hundred thousand dollars at the recent term of the dis trict court at Florence. I 'Jwsz&AgmmAAPoxsz V ,.Baa ' -- . affSPHws I PAINIESS.-EFFEOTUAL. I FOB AZl BILI0US1NERV0US DISORDERS, Such u Sick Headache, Weak Sfomach. Impaired Digestion, f ' Constitution. I Disordered Liver, etc.; ui all druggists. Price ZB cents a box. New York nenuL ,fte TanM t. 91 OTffMMtWVWlAMW LOTS OF We Have More Bargains Than You Ever Dreamt Of, and They are Yours FOR THE ASKING ! 1 mmmttmmmflm " WE MUST SELL OUT ! ! As Soon as Possible and Everything Goes. BIGGEST BARGAINS ON EARTH. III! I Hill Ml !llllli ! Immense stock of Ornamental and Useful presents now arriving including CUTLERY, JEWELRY WATCHES, CARVING SETS, And SILVERWARE flBEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES 9 S E A. "BO. A. N Call and inspect before buying elsewhere. Notice of Male. By virtue of an order issued out of the district court, vesting in me the power to sell that certain property known as theKinnear cattle ranches, I hereby offer for sale the following described property to-wit; About 1200 head of cattle, of which 450 head are steers from 2 to 4 years j old, balance are cows, heifers, bulls, etc. About 120 head of horses, mares and colts. Also two ranches : one, of 80 acres with improvements thereon, such as ono adobe dwelling house size 50x50 feet, one adobe barn 35x100 feet; with outhouses, corrals, windmill and pump, troughs and water tanks built of rock and cement. Also farming implements, tools, buckboard, ranch wagon, harness, etc. Second ranch of 160 acres with im provements : two small houses, well, water troughs, corrals etc, These ranches are patented, are located on the north side of the Whetstone mountains in the foothills and ate considered the best cattle ranges in southern Arizona. ' Parties desiring to purchase any or all of this property can receive further information by addressing H. Gerwein, Receiver. Benson, Ariz. ' Fruit Trees. I offer this fall the finest 3 and 4 year old bearing fruit trees for sale : Peach, Apricot, Apple, Pear, Quince Cherry, Nectarine, Italian Chestnut, Pomegranite. Shade trees : Mulberry and JHoney Locust. Grape vines, Raspberry and Currant bushes. Also all sorts of Roses and.Flowering shrubs also the finest pot plants in tht green house for sale ; at cor. Fulton and 2nd streets. Wm. Brauch Tombstone, Ariz. 'EM LEFT SKATING RINK. OPEN WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY At 7 o'clock, p. m. CHILDDARYENS Saturday Aftern'n NEW SKATES! FINE FLOOR! and Everything in first class shape BLEWETT&TEMPLETOIf ED. WILLEMS, Watchmaker & Jeweler. Tombstone Arizona. Jewelry manufactured to order and all kinds of repairing done. All - Work - Guaranteed. Orders by mail will receive prompt and careful attention. , Shop adjoining McDonoueh's. Milliard Hall. i BILLIARD . PARLORS. Tombstone, Arlxoas. J M McDonough, Proprietor Choice WINKS, lilOCOKH nrc:iWA Always in Stock. ST. LOUIS BEER ON DRAUGHT fiU.le tho,Flaet Billiard Parlor South La, Asgelei. The Turquois store is again open and ready for business. G Nardlni will be pleased to see all his old cus tomers there and form tne acquaint ance of new ones. Adjoinine the store is a first class corral where stock will i be cared for and well .f?d. Give him a call. To close out their stock of Stude baker wagons, the Cochise H. &T. Co.. quote : 2 inch Steel Thimble Skein wagons - complete 90 00 3 inch steel thimble skein wagons complete 95 00 ' 'At inch steel Unable skein wag- ons, running gear 80 00 LJaxle Buckboard 70 00 l " " 80 00r Four spring wide panel Mountain Wagons $1G5 and $135. C. H. &. T. Co.