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TpMBSTONE JDA1LX PROSPECTOR. SAT OR DAY EyENING, JVOVEMBER b.1890.
- - - 8, 1890
PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING
S C. BAfifi. Editor and Proprietor.
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One Year $10 W
Six Months 6 (H
One Month.. 1 W
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CITY AXD CftTOiTY OFFICIAL PAPEP
Freah Rinch ButUr trotn the rancb
H Vrklte t'"Vnleott'iCar Store. -'T,
The vote of a roan who lives in ex
clusion, counts as much as the votn of
A susk with a pay streak an inch
wide, is worth more than two feet ol
Tiiky have sown the wind and shall
reao the whirlwind, even unto a Dem
As organ which plays a medley and
ii turned by a blind man makes more
xnonev than votes.
The McKinley bill did the work in
the east, just as "House hill number
4659" did the work in Arizona.
Eeaeosiso with 200 men who have
votes is of more avail than posing be
fore "the 400" who cannot vote.
A good name in rather to be chosen
than treat riches; the latter buys vot
ers who vote for the other man.
Cast thv bread upon the waters:
for thou shall find it after many days
but not always buttered side up.
Bkttkb is a dinner on a tin plate
with a dop for your friend than cold
turkey and silver platter among ete-
The world was not made in a day,
neither are the principles of Wash
ington's time to be destroyed in a
These organs when turned by pub
lic opinion are worth more to a man
than three times that number turned
by dead issues.
Yoc cannot blind the voter with
the glare of sky rockets and red fire
neither can you close their ears with
the noise of anvils.
Torsaee not an old friend, for the
new is not comparable with him. A
new friend is as new wine: when it ia
old thou shall drink it with pleasure.
A strange bedfellow is liable to kick
you out of bed in the middle of a
"TVer wsj a trot wi Vrtd in a ijnter.
Ha caucbt tuch a. ooli ha could DU ling."
Poor, unfortunate BatnchlanI In wbu a
lid plubt ke nut hara been. And yet bit
mtifortuas u one that often befalla tinrera.
Many- a one tuneful TUioe aroonr tboea who
belong- I" the "gtau homo 1 utterly apol W
by "cold in tho head," or oa toe larjrvor both
combined, yor tu abore mentioned - creat
or" aro not twin that any remedy m
Tr deriaed; but we JKjeioa know taat all
koman ainsert may keep their bead clear and
throat In tone by tbe uoely bj of Dr. Sure '
Catarrh lUmedy and Dr. Flaroe's Golden Med
ical Diaeorrry, both of which are sold by
In. Safe's Catarrh Sesidytzm tbe wont
eaaea of Catarrh la the Head, no natter of
how loot" rtandinc, while for all larrnp-al.
bronchial, throat and lung affection. Dr.
Pleree'a Golden Medical IitcOTery I pod
Urely un-qualod. It eure the wont llarer
Icr eouet and build up tbe each and
strraftb of tboee k bar been 'redneed
by -waatiatroaa-aaca. K i-pianuiteed to
Ues-at or cure is aH divnuea for which it ia
reessHseaded. it takan ln-Cme and rlrea a
fair trial, or aaoeey paid H ratuadL
Cojirrljbt. IMS, by WeaLVs Dia. Has, JLaCX.
' S "lean tbe llrer. ctnaach and
kowela. Tb-y are purely itrrtnbia and per
toctly harmlesi. ens a. Bom. Sold by
ONE OPIUM EATER CURED.
Hut It Took a Terra In Sine Sins
Kndle Afouy tu lo It.
AconUrzued opium smoker was rr
rcntly ailed whether ho ever knew o
person who liad been cure? of the
"Only onco," ho replied, " and thcz,
it wasn't a voluntary euro by am
means. IIo was a man about 35 ycarf
old, who had been a slave to tho habit
for fifteen years. Ho was so given up
to it that his business went to smash,
and lie used to resort to all manner of
things in order to tret money to pur
chase u 'shell.' Ho used to crave
eight shells or $2 worth of opium a
day, and 1 havo frequently met hitn
in a joint that was ruu by two tough
Chinamen in Marion street, offering to
roll for smokers in order to share their
opium. Ouo day ho had been with
cuta&moko for -Sout seven hours,
and he became so desperate that
ho tried to rob tho till in a
grocery store. He was detected
and arrested. Ho cot word down to
he joint telling; of his misfortune,
and begging for God's sake that bomo
body wouluscnd him somo opium. 1
bought some dry opium pills and got
them in to him after a deal of trouble.
The nest day I called on him and a
mora miserable wretch I never saw
Ho was suffering tho tortures of hell.
IIo was doubled up with cramps in his
itomach, and tho inevitable pain be
tween tho shoulders, which feclsas
though somebody was driving spikes
nito your flesh, was racking him.
Theso tortures were joined to sever,
pains in all the joints, as though the
limbs were decaying and would soon
drop off. He had been without opium
so long that he was fairly famishing,
and tho small quantity of the drug 1
had been able to send was disposed of
in short order.
" There isn't a taste of it left,' he
yelled to me as I entered his cell in
(he Tombs. Then he rolled his tonguo
around as though searching for any
email particles that might ho hidden
away in a tooth. I gave him the pilb
I had brought. Ho seized them like a
starring man would seize n crust of
bread. He placed two of tliem in his
mouth and rolled them around until
they had dissolved, and then washed
them down with a mouthful of water
In a few minutes ho was lying on his
cot as placid and hippy as a healthy
Daoy. iKepiuims'ippneu wiuiomum
until ho was tried and bentenccd I
managed to slip a few of them into his
hand as ho was on his way to Sing
Sing. I heard no more of him and
forgot all about him until one day, on
Broadway, several years later, a stal
wart, rosV cheeked fellow slapped me
on tho shoulder and heartily shook
me brtho hand. 1 was nearlv sur
prised into a fit when he explained
that he was the opium fiend of a few
years ago. He said that when he
got to Sing Sing tho habit was
on him very strong. Tho pills
I had given him had crumbled to dust
in his pocket, and had become so
mixed up with a lot of other stuff that
he could not use them, no was in a
raging torment th night and cried
for the drug. Tho keepers found him,
and tho prison physician, who was
called, fortunately diagnosed tho case,
correctly. It wasn't much credit to
hiin, however, for every feature of the
man's faco and every motion of his
body almost proclaimed him an opium
fiend. He was removed to tho hospital
and the physician was kind enough to
get interested in the case. He braced
him up with hypodermic injections of
morphine, every time the craving camo
on, and by a liberal uso of this drug
finally wore away tho desire for tb
other. Of course this treatment cre
ated tho morphine habit, but this waa
more readily cured, and my friend
soon lost all desire for drugs of any
kind, and is a prosperous, happy man
today. If ho had not been arrested he
s-ould certainly have gone tho way of
all tho fiends, and have ended his
life msolf, or died miserably in some
hole. Ho tried to reason the case with
mo in hopes that I would surrender
he drug and endure tho agonies that
such a privation would produce for
tho pleasure attending tho feeling that
I was no longer a siavo to it. I hav"
heard all of those arguments a thou
sand times, and frequently I have lain
hi a joint with another smoker, and
wo have both sworn off, and tho very
next day we would both bo in the
same place again. I am getting worse
every year. Tho habit is growing
more expensive, and tho longer I am
at it the lc disposed do I feel for
work of any kind JTy memory i?
failing mo now, and i am already
pretty well along' on tho downward
road. Ill go a littlo further down,
and Uien good-by to everything."
New York Sun.
Efsteo of rernonal Property.
IT one wcro disposed to be extreme!)
analytical he might observe that attached
to this who! fcyttem of personal jirup
tit j and the easy Retting of mcoaies b a
certain snare. The American pecple
have only within tbo past twenty years
become generally informed as to tho na
ture of personal projKTty, such as stocks
and bond and mortgages. Prior to tliat
time we derived our Incomes fron, real
things, generally real estate, or, what
was almost the tame thing, a man's
steady vocation, where lib wits and cap
ital visibly worked together at some buii
ttcsi like, coach making or bnci making.
Tho tendency of civilization lias been tc
make real proicrry ail annoyance, cr any
thing which can Interrupt a man's lift
who prefers tho easy and indolent method
of drawing his check, and having a bank
to collect his rcnla, .nieresi or wuausver
b due upon his personal things, w' Ji
fcakeepainatU: icr Pi 3 small rental
l-'Gath" Ia CiodonaU Enqtarer.
yer Rapid lire Cannon. I
Information through military chan
nels indicato tho complete success of
the trial of the new English Anu
ttrong C inch rapid firo gun. This gun
is a development of the Armstrong
4 72 inch rapid lire gun, which sue
ceeded in throwing in one ininuto and
forty seconds ten projectiles, each
cajablo of piercing nino inches of iron.
Tho wonderful success of tho latter
gun, "tho rapid firing' 30 pounder,''
gave tho British an advantage in
naval warfare which foreign oTDcers
were quick to perceive. It was found
that tho projectiles which could bo
llred with such rapidity weighed no
less than 45 pounds, and had a veloc
ity of 2,073 feet seconds, and were
cajiablo of penetrating nino inches of
lri and two feet of oak and teak.
Shp whole weight of tho gun is only
VcSwithslcadiug tho efHeiaucy of
Iff. .72 inch un, it was decided to
struct u 0 Lech rapid firo gun en
a samo plan as tho former. i Tbe
iUon immediately arc;e, will a 0
h Armstrong resist tho hea", resttH
Sg from a fire of such rapidity 4i
result of tho trial, it has been fouK
at the gun has stood intact tho enor
mous pressure to which it lias been
tubected, and, instead of 43 pound
projectdes, the British now havo a
gun which will throw with almost tho
somo rapidity projectiles weighing
110 pounds with a penetration of 101
inches of iron and 4 feet of oak and
teali The powder chargo is nearly
42 uour.ds in wcifrht. and tho chamber
I procure over 17i tons. Engineering
Ti Ideal Woman of tbe Hut arc.
"7 ideal troEsan of tho future."
' says en tunitiS?) pfersssian. "must be
I a westtB e &ad acid strong phy
sique. FaJwer sya: Tha Eaick
I becxts E a Csa, not n money rfsesw
Equai7 tS3 is) it that tho match ft
the ideal sri, the coming Twcntiet
century man, j n woman, not a bundle
of aches and pains. And woman wd
not liave gone fa? in her search foi
health before she wrll havo discovered
tliat her dress is a fetter self imposed
which she herself must summon
strength to break.
Sho must cast off her slavery ta
tho fashion plato and go back to th
freedom anil grace of tho old Greek
ideals and find in tho deep bosomed
Junos and tho stately, well poised Ve
nuses of antiquity, with their loose
girdles and flowing lines of drapery,
her models in dress. Sho mut be
strong and many sided mentally. All
art, all culture, all thoso mighty
Snnciplcs of physical and psychical
iw of which an ancient Greek lias
said that tho divinity is mizhty
within them and groweth not old'
niist minister to !ipr lEtllectusl
wants, for how sliall she givo life who
knows not the principles of life. Last
, and best of all, she must bo grand in
that freedom and puntyof soul which
fchall make her love a royal boon, a
guerdon worthy of all knightly und
i chivalrous homage to tho man who
shall call her wife." Philadelphia
-re Cm ol Cocaine.
Cocaine has-been m uso m toe medi
cine of this country about fivo years.
I was tho first or at least among the
first in this city to uso it, ana my
first patient was a dog. Tho first ap
plication of cocaine- was in ophthal
mic surgery. I read a long article on
tho subicct in Tim New York Mcdicnl
Journal. Soon aflcrthata gentleman
camo to see mo about a very fino hunt
ing dog, who had got a thorn in ids
eye. I looked at tho dog, and, ro
membcring what I had read about co
caine for eyo surgery, I went to a drug
store and fixed up a decoction of about
5 per cent, of hydrochlorate of co
caine. I applied somo of this lathe,
dog's eye, after a good deal of trouble.
While tho eye was uudcr this influence
I pulled the. thorn out without any
trouble, and the dog soon trotted homo
as well as ever. Surgeon in St. Louis
Stone Step or Death.
4 I want elnnn sfprw 1n ihis linne
! aho mid iii th "rchilect &s the ?ers
ui'scusswg me pians.
"Yes m, but stono steps are danger
ous in winter."
"I don't care. Mrs. Blank has stone
ateps to her house, and 111 have to
"Yes, but she fell on them and
uroko a leg tho other day."
"Then I'll fall and bredt both legv
Fin not goingr to let her crow over
nwr rttroit Free Prcs.
The UsUab Sparrow.
At a meeting of the Nova Scotia
Fruit Growersrassociation at Wolf
ville, Mr. Bishop, of Kcntville, one of
the best provincial authorities on
biads, read a paper showing the greal
danger and damago to Nova Scotia
from the English sparrow. JIo advo
cated its immediate extermination.
Tin's view was sustained by most of
tha speakers, and it was voted that the
government ought to take measures
for ridding tho country of the spar
rows. Chicago Herald.
Direction for Taking.
An absent minded doctor who had
considerable investments in real estate
was about leaving a patient after wriv
ing a prescription, when he was asked
for directions as to how the medicino
was to be taken. "Oh, yes, he said,
"I forgot. One-third down and Ois
balance in one or two years.'' Ameri
Tho standing half of tbo mountain
in Japan cleft in two bv-the. receul
earthaualce, surrounded by steam, ii
described as being far grander tiiau
the Keysets of Icolind, .
CARRIES U S. MAIL
Fare to or
Leaves Tombstone at 8:30 a m. to connect with Trains lor IS'oga'es: Bisbee and all poin
South. Arrives in Toirbstone 1 2:00 a. m.
Leaves Tombstone at 1:15 p. rr 'or Fairb'nk 'o -onneci wi'r- t in. B, son h'
points East -n West.
BAGGAGE 01 Fnssen$crs delivered to and from. St acre oMt.r in. tlw nihj Fr,
An Inti-roting One to every
Tsxpajr 111 tin county. If
von do not reail the
r i uspuuiun
Yon will know nothing-nf what
- g ingr on. The
Of any paper in At izona. The
WVeklv ci ntains all tin- newsJ
Siublh-hel in the DAILY i-i-Mied
Hid will be Mailed to Your
ddress for 0n Dollar for
3. O. B-A.O-GK
Tombstone, A. T.
Cor. Allen & Fifth St., Tombstone
LiqroK ,si nuMtH, utafu
d x-aarj- Crticrrl.
OAIS, nT AND VT'OD
Kcp -cBuiilljr no nsd. f OCO AT L6wK?l
rnlCI.S CoaHrj rrtdec Dotg-' Hart told
McAllister & Mccone. Ptotu
Km4tf MmJtkI SlUisc Udunci7'v Hcft-ry -umI
Utb Gastivo f ! d Hn MtuSe to Order
Kouiipf Xajti&M MU lo OriiV
(la4 Indiwd mad Ad(acd Agcsu for
-Ubaajr LotMioalcc eb asd CompooiMSs
1 Xf, ivt
Mail & Stage Co
AND WELLS. FAkGO
A. COHN & BROS.
Allen Street Near Fifth.
Imported and Domestic Cigar and
Pipes. Smokers Articles
BENSON, . . Ariiona.'
EXCELLENT .' CCOMMODATION
Rooms En-Suite and Single, Special Attention
Rates Reasonable. Only Hotel in Benson
A A. CASTANEDA. Proprietor
J. M CASTANEDA. Manager
Wholesale and Retail Butcher,
.llm Mtrvt. bffxrrm Sib ana 0fb.
I haven Large ami Well .Usorted SU of
Fresh treats. Hams, Bacon
Bologxms, Xard. Pork Sausage.
Head Ches, Corad Beef
Kastera Pickled Pork,
Tripe and Pig's Fet
Hiche-' Caah Price paid fur Choice Beef.
Pork and Mntion i I (ujm d Poultry.
of" --iik it : n riMi;v
The ipaon thri.tand cannot pet cured of Sji rial Pr rate
t'lim ic 1 is.-as. S. miml MTiknrs., Lrst of Manhood. Gl-rt
Vri-r(-J, and results of ihu.cor t-jrfff j wl.i h ujifi r men
for rnarraa- or tile's duties. ie owinc tu mmnliniinn P ..
5 lalorrliea. Consul tM inn
tJR. LIEUIG & CO . European Sj-ecmlN', 301 and 303 West Nimh Sc
Kai xs Cnv, M and Sn Fxancisro, Ca'. U ill visit all w stern and
aou-liern omes qimrterlv.
Di LiEfaTg's Wondeiful German Inyiforaior $:?" "JZJ kg::;:?,?
Thtiet mlllbeln nilin Jnly IU1I1. lH!)o
ST. LOUIS BEER HALL
For lea-Cold Beer on Draught
ST. LOU 15 BEER HALL,
ANBEUSER BUSCH BEITWl.NG ASSO
CIATION. OF TT. LOUIS
WHOLESALE. AND RETAIL.
.Applrto 3CABTIS m-TELLO.
Charles Granville Johnston
ATTORXET AXD C0UN3KLLOR AT LAW
Will practice in aU the Court of
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Cary f ajli bl Ccchiae covmr ha hat ctaial g wita
ifc- ra"rrmat of tae Dcpnneix attd laere'on tbr
ONLY " w tdtotmurr oathii m csms eoKwi
itum lit laai Q&x. Voun rrry rarctAiIlr.
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a CCTS EXPRESS
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and Fancy Notions
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HA1I M IIVIUV.
M i'.l.ltKIIt T A J'1.11
fre, rercnallr orov leiter Adiirea
To Consumers of City Water:
Plentjrof waier at the city wells
authorize? us (o state that we are
ready to supply all citizens through
the pipes or by wagon at reasonable
AH orders left at the Xew York
Restaurant will be properly attended
IL.SLER &. WATT,
Ia Coaramption Inccrablel
Rct.1 the rollo-Ting: Mr C. n. MoitU. Nt wirk
ar., y: -Tu down witb sbrnwi cf lanr. aad
rrltmla aoJ ptijslrlaoa pnuxmnt J m an Inrnra
la cmui.tlTe. IVRin tiUnx Dr Xlac'a !Cw
IicoTery for Guniamption. am now on my tbIM
lioitl and am bl to orer- ti work on nr
'rm. It la lb Sural medlrta T-r muta."
JraM Udlrwttt. iMwaior. cihlo, ; "nul
It nut bum Tor Dr. Mutt jw liUcnrtrr for Conf
anjitlon I wool hare ditd of lotg troat.In
a KiTfa up hr Aorfn a ik.w in Lett o
Ballb. Try it. BampU btUt nM , I
Toag Vrai Btora,