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TOMBSTONE DA1KE JeiiOSPEOTOB, WBDftEStill EVENING., NOVEMBER 5. 1890.,
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NOVEMBER - - - 5,1890
PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING
S C. BAGG. .Editor and Proprietor.
One Year 510 00
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Three Months 3 00
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CITY 1XD COOT OFFICIAL PAPER.
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Estimated Majority for Smith,
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Ha fc bloods or bntactu.
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BCAUTIFUU CREOLE GIRLS.
"Joj Terfect Wurte Among Tlim Co
tnullrt a Crutral Ecllrf.
"Wo cro not hidebound nor narrow
!cd in cur admiration for fcmtiL.
beauty. The fair and tho dark, the
blondes and bruueltea. all have their
special charms and admirable pomU.
Besides the beauty of feature ami colcr
Uieru U also a spiritual and intellectual
beauty which is quito as potent as the
other. In the presence of a pure and
oveJj foul cr n spjriHcs 5 tellect and a
delighting dtspce-ition, one may L o
comiJctely t-ncliantcd as to bo utterly
blind to material things. But whatevc
may be our liberality in matters of love
and admiration for the Icautiful te.t, and
wo lecosnizc their claims witliout regard
to OhJ ethnological or geographical limits,
m o t re bound to reterve a f racial homage
fortur own fouthern women, and we
arc Moved to this by tlio following tribute
to Louisiana beauty. It was contributed
to Tho Boyco (Itapides pariah) Headlight
by one who lins ucr&eir a cano tavcr
Giri. This is her verdict:
"Many of our northern fronds picture
ill civolcs with dark, swarthy tkins, lur
black1 as the raven's w ing and even
ebon darkness. Now, this is ahogctlicr
an erroneous fancy. Why, some of tho
girls have lily white complexion, golden
locks and eyes of heaven's own Uuc! In
the little village where I livo there are
four sister, all of the purest blonde type,
and it would be difficult to find aryw hire
in the wide world fairer, sweetei, lovelier
maidens than they. Whenever read
the dark skinned Creole' a smile crosre
t face, and I wish the readers' eyes,
could rest upon my rot:bud gnrden of
"As I write these lines a dainty crecle
maiden enters my presence. She lia
ccme, like a gleam of lunshinc athwart
a murky sky. to chase away the clouds
which sometimes surround me; and truly
she is a fair vision to gam upen, utting
where tho sun sliines f ull upon her, re
vealing the glint of gold in her wavy
brown hair, which ripples abovo a broad,
fair brow. Her pearly cheeks are thghtl.T
tinged by the sun's kisses, and lier eve
of 4iassfonIcsa. peaceful blue." are gaipg
tenderly upon me. utterly unconscious cf
her oxnp picturcsquo loveliness. The niiisd
of Uiis gentle girl is as pure and bright as
her face. Altogether the is one of earth's
I liave hved among the Creoles nearly
all my life, but 1 am not one of them. 1
am wliat they call "an American.' 'Wiry
that term should not 1 applied to them
is a mystery which I cannot solve. 1
have a pencliant for Creole gir1. They
are usually dainty and refined, tensitivc
and sympathetic, light hearted and tunny
tempered. Then the marks of deference
tbey pay to old age is truly something to
lie admired, and might well be imitatei)
by many of my American listers. A
credo pn rri;y v tun m
with tliat slang which is so generally
nsed nowadays. She U m.ually reared in
occlusion, anil her days glide by ieco
fully and tranquilly. This tranquillity ii
seldom disturbed by a storm cloud. Hht
U content to renuiin at home, where
there is always a wide field of action,
and "do her duty in that statu cf lift
unto which it shall please God to call
Tliere are unny other fine character
istic w hich the crcole girl posscsbes, unc
I regret that I liave nta time to roentic
them. I liave had to steal the moments
to write even these few lines. Cut be
fore closing this article I must adtna
that the majority of Creoles are dark
there are many nut brown maidens. bi?i
somo of them are 'fair, very fair.' "
New Orleans ricayune.
rsrmlnj on th Pteics.
At a fair In AVray, Washington count,
w an exhibit cf eastern Colorado agri
cnl tural products. It was a crcditabli
display and showed that V.j: farms oi
that part of the state are producing gooc'
crojs in spite of the assertion that all iJ
U "rain belt" region is burnt up.
Tills U the third year of success Ii
farming without irrigation on tho plains
Tlio most skeptical must bo coavicc
from tho experiences of these three yean
that tho experimental stage is paesco
and that "rain belt" farming may U
The fanners in tlio vicinity of Wray
sot the cr mm vrlxi havo mit vritl.
success, for exhibits are made of pro
ducts grown near Atrou and Yuma
Both of tliete plar? are centers of agn
ruhural districts vhat liavo been teH
during the past triiee years and found to
no -worthy cf the praise that was given
them three years ago by the moro con
Krvativo settlers who have mado thcu
The truth secn to Lc that, creeps
smong the sand hills, the whole cf thi
plains lying within scrciity-fivo or oi
hundred miles west of the Kansas lie
are susceptible of cultivation withc-t ii
rhjat ion. -Heovcr UcpuUic .
TTstieaHn; Reboot Eomi.
Those of us wbo remember tlir
rrcry diseaso of our childhood dayi
tna caught by attending school, and
those whose children are now subject
lo similar catching business will n
jSico at the discussion beforo Uk
American Medical association of a pa
per on 'The School Room as a Factoi
tn tho Production of Disease." Tli
author of the paper states that it
Switzerland school liouses are built ot
tho tops of sc U MXs. but in Axncricr
ihey are often dng4 is spots cotl
for nothing else. ScTCcl licues, lie
insists, should invariably be built in
narks. This is rizbL both ss to cities'
and country. Surely wo can aCortl
ground enough and money enough to
secure tho lives, hearth, comfort and
beautiful development of our children.
In crcry part of tho country wealthy
citizens should at once take this matto
In hand. Dear in mind that our
schools breed cholera, consumption,
eyo affections, etc" St Louis Globo
DemocraL A fund is being raised inSanFrasj
e&co to found a memorial Garibaldi
ickpoL, where Italian history can U
)a4gfet t& young Itiaa-BrLc,
CUFOU3 th:gs',of ufe.
Oa public occasions the governors
Pritiih prorineet In Australia all arpMi
inihtar; uniform, etnoon or tbem
("roffsjional toldier. i
Mrs. Le Rarou. of Leavenworth, fell dead
tssbe was makings pie, and at th sanu
Uiuu a clock which had been out of time tor
Qvo -eon deliberatelj itruck li
A JCew Volt clrl dropped dead two houn
lftrt" having bnxunr eojaged to bo matried.
it U suppowd her death was cauxd l-J an afc
iel- f C-!rt div; brrcght es r 'Jsy. j
' A citizen ot Marietta, 1. nu. some chest-
nuu on the roof to dry, and tho rats gnawed
hole through the roof to cet tb cbwtnuts,
and whou it rained tbo water cum through
tbOM lic! with a rush,
AnoUol-crv ert'lls that ens' eyebrows
era an Infallible guiddtohit ago. No matter
how young looking tbo person may be, if bis
eyebrows lack a gloss and do not lie Sat oaJ
smooth, it U uo longer a youug man.
A woman in Aniericu, Ox. fell asleep
tfcrin: a recent Bunday nlgbt ierice and
Iklu't ak up until after errrybody had
,one Lome and the door was locked. She r
haiaed imprisoned three days before she waf
Bcsvered and rescued.
Among the Continental armies Ilia tir"u
ldiers have the longest legs. Judging by the
engtb of step. It U eighty centimeters. The
pc.f tbo French, Austrian, Belgian, Swiss,
aid Swedish U seventy-Qre eentimeters, and
tf tbe Russian soventy-one ceotimeten.
Vlrty centi : eters make a foot.
il;ero is an old porpoise that has been li.
tbe Harbor of St. Augustine, FU., year and
yeai . The porpoyso t particularly tame ant
Jrolit me. He is called Old Ghoul, and ii
snowi by having oso Ma gone. ' lie oftei:
plays tOvuud (be nVrUK-na boats and hi
presi-nck lways augurs a good catch.
tVorkixn In a gravel bed on the Westers
railway tt Alabama recently canto upon
tbe skelcto. of what they think was uu In
dian prioeei . On it was found a sdver r
onet, silver iraceleu, a necklace raad w
ilvcr buckl tied tojetlier with s:!k rib
oon, and a pei tliar knife with a saber blade
Uolii'va! sv lerstitious lutger in Austria.
Tbe bursoma-t r of Zurekl, la Oalieia, hai
just instituted a jTosecution before the crim
inal court of Solo win, against a man uimed
Jean ICowalrsiak or baring "by bis mali
cious sorceries and t 'ctatiom caosed a hail
storm u devastate e field) of Zuraki cc
R. F. Erelgsman, o. Ccrtit. FJa., .eceired
a lot of toiK-t soap for lis barber sliop. Lc
placing the. cakes oa tbs thelf he noticed that
one of them was much be-Avier than well con
ducted soap generally is. Catting it open,
iio found a silver dollar it tbe vintage of
1SS2. He inurvts to deal n 'h that arm alto
The daughter of a rich ja ?r stopping tt
Bar llarbor venture-1 oeyoud tr depth while
Sathing, and was only xaved by tbe efforts of
- voung man. wbo risked his life to save hers.
The day afterward tho happy fatVr seat the
youn-j tsaaa noto of thaati acrolipaaied by
a $1 bid, which was inunedtately i txt Indig
A Dirmingham, Abu. man mads a clock
which be intended as a present for a friend.
Ue set It runn.tg, and it went all riyhi for
iwhile, and sadder: stopsed. It win after
rard ascertained that tho person for vhom
J was iateruled had died at tbe very tin in
.heated by the clock. It has been set gttnj
frequently afterward, but always stops at
Martin Wiles, bathing master of th.
(obiisui booac. Lake Ceoi-gc, while digging
Zidcr tbo roots of a big cedar not far Iron
the tench, found a quantity of Iadias
weapons, evidently of great antiquity, an"
,iortio of a human skeleton, which crum
bled into dost as soon as expueed to the air.
Tho weapons were arrow bead and itCrf
batcbets of carious design,
A carious and fatal accident happened re
cently at HarK-HIwv. Thirty ostriches which
bad cvrived from Algeria were ling placed
ia tbe train for Paris, where tbey are to b
txhibited ia the Jardin d'Acclimatatioa,
..bis a man endeavored to pluck tome
Vather? out ot one of the "birds of the
ttsert." Ho immediately received a kick
om the ostrich which killed him on t be spot
Ono of tbe most irritating of the recent
U "vie of tourists is tbo fashion of leaving
cai at the tombs of distinguished people.
Tbowtot Longfellow in Westminster AU
bey b constantly surrounded by these Inap
proprtate bits of pasteboard, and the cravs
or "1L II " ii said to ba iiterally covered with
tbo lonely nountala near Cesjrado Spriagr
to vult the last resucg place of tbe poet and
STARS DRESSED FOR RAIN.
r.otina Vokes wears on rainy days a dress
coUtingof something ver like Mrs. Miller
"leglettw," covered by threc-or four kilts e
Contrary to. tbo general belief, th
'.ocr classes,' in China tret enough
to cat, such as it k. lUco is the
Croat staple, aiid the poor cat
little else. The amount consumed
bv each person whero rice is
tfie role article of food i.s placed at
about ono pint daily. When vege
tables and pork are obtainable the
.joantitv- of rico is reduced. The con
sul at Jlinkow, in an interesting1 re
port on rico culture, fays that a fam
ily of six persons, subsisting almost
jxclusively upon rice, can live at
mt of 0 cents per day. Good field
oarJs in the district named may be
jad for from $7.50 to IIO.SO jn cold a
' nlrtilr AcconplUhe
After Icia Zarate.tha smallest liv
ing human bcinz on the (ace of th
aarth, is Pnyen-Fra, who resides at
Ehicrakeii. Osaka. This pocket edition
- a human being is but fifteen inches '
tall by measurement taken by Dr. I
Burns in 1887. Americans who have 1
been in that country twelve to fifteen '
years, and who have known the little
wonder ever since their arrival, say
Ihev do not doubt that Pnygn is as old
as he claims 85 es he has been a
man in every particular except in
height, since the beginninir of their
acquaintance with him. The foreign
ers have taken him in hand and edu
cated him to a high standard high
even for ono of ordinary physical ca
pacity. He ia & fine linguist, and
writes a hand that a teaensr weald
nvv.-J, W. "Wrifikt lst U& id
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Soutb Arrives in Torrbstone 12:00 a. m.
Lieaves Tombstone at 1:15 p. m. 'or Fairtrnk to connect with trains -t Be son for' aI
points East an West.
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rnICE. Co itjr rrwlnte B.Kig land -o'l
MCALLISTER 4 McCONE. Prop'rs.
Ktsdisf Mill and Jliomt Muluxry, !e 11M
UVt OutUo of Iron txtd Bran MJ to Onl
Jtoblint Zajinct Uit lo Otixt, an) E
la lied aad Adjnjttd Afau lot
Alb r Lsbricatici oil aad Camwood
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AND "WELLS. FAiiGO
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A. COHN & BROS.
Allen Street Near Fifth.
imported and Domestic Cigar and
Pipes, Smokers Articles and Fancy Notions.
55-frIVF. THFM A GAT.I- jitu.Z
BENSON, .... Arizona.
Rooms En-Suite and Single, Special Attention
Rates Reasonable. Only Hotel in Benson
A. A. CASTANEDA, Proprietor.
J.M CASTANEDA. Manner
Wholesale and Retail Butcher,
Alien Mtreet. brttrren Sib and eib.
I have a Large and Well Assorted Stock ol
Fresh Meats, Hams, Bacon,
Bolognas, jard, Pork Sausage,
Head Cheese, Corned Beef,
Eastern Pickled Pork,
Tripe and Pigs Feet
Hiahnxt Caub Price pai.1 fr Cboic Bf,
Pork sod lluttou ao1 Oatao .id Poultry,
nnni'ita (Kmairi.'V n i.fl ASU HKI.lvntKi T- a?v riT
rj. K. W ATT.
Undertaking Parloks of
Xew Hcitrae, Ne. Goods, Evcrytliini
PnfTins rasknts. Rol-s. Rtc
Tron tbe Haintit to the rinfat Uadr.
The Columbia Imn Caslcets kept con
stantly in Stuck.
Bodies Temporarily or Prowvallj
Embalmed by th Latest Process.
1 All Work eatrntted te at ball hare the
F"Nieht order left atHare& TageV
litery offipe promptly attended to.
SLt, MKr. - v. wi-bartw id.d i -ii o i
gooitbj aamplatotka nJcale td ro.a.,
bade. t. ip-m r ,...." m 1. 1 nt
Sccnr t h w(- f r il P. 'lntce
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jot wrM.drrtl.a etc. Cmmritui-Vi)
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Custom louse Broker.
Sin Pedro, Palomina?, Sonora, Mciic.
TOfB TONE OFFICE: "
Xo. Ill), Fourth St., Legal Ro r
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.rant ami L i--.
FOIi SALE One S0-how pover'
up i)lit fleam Ixiilrr, aa geKXl new.
One yteani pump.
Lot of work horse and mul s, all
it reaKonable rales.
ill Brokorase Effected at Lowest RnHs.
Buckled' Arnira alTr.
Ta .. i. Ik rto far Csla. Bruf
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