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CITY AXD COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
Freah Ranch Butter irom the rucb oi
H VTbMr atWolrott'a Caah Store XV
It is rumored that Wannamaker
has lost heavily in stocks. We hope
so. A Sunday school superintendent
should not deal games of chance.
The eastern republican papers an
nounce that the success of tho Far
mers Alliancs means the free coinage
of silver at tho next session of con
gress. Cochifk county wants immigrants.
We decided by our votes on Nov. 4
that they will be welcome. The cloud
which hung over our hospitality as a
people was displaced at tho polls. We
have declared that the doors are open
"to them, now let us pull together to
How much better it would be if the
the counties, instead of the Territory,
had the distribution and gathering of
statistics of use to those who are seek
ing homes in the far wet. The work
could then be done in a thorough
manner and good would come of it.
The board of supervisors spent a few
dollars last year in advertising our re
sources, and the good accomplLned
for Cochise county has manifesud it
self in many ways. Inquiries have
come from all over the country asking
for information, and the fruits of the
knowledge circulated, nl1 hough lying
dormant during the past year, was
bread cast upon the water which will
return to us a thousand fold in 1891.
TllK object of the-southern interstate
immigration bureau is a good one and
the Territory of Arizona could do no
better than to tie to it, We are so far
isolated from other sections that have
bureaus of similar nature, that an in -vitation
to cast our bread upon the
southern seas should be heeded. Our
location and similarity of climate and
agricultural possibilities are more
closely alied to the south than to any
other part of the coast. We have tried
tying to California and tried going it
alone, but in neither instance have we
made any headway. Is it not about
time that some movement was made
to get with some company and stay
"whit mKBicnvcs AKK.JaTOSX
asked U reporter of aa old drugsMt.
"Dr. Pierce's preparationa tre replied.
"Tbcr sold under a poalclTe ajaar
mntcv u ta7 wui, la vrery case, 2T
stuiiACUoa. or u moner u pros pur re
ftiaded. liU'FaroriU PnxcrfntloaJ for z3
tho ebronlc vcakBeatec Borrous and oUvr
euranzraenu poculiar to women, u uaed with
unfailing- auceeaa. It curr wrai baek. bcar-iBr-dotrn
actuations, lrrernlaiitiea aad areak-
neaae common to tt aex, asd bdnr tba
moat perfect of toalo medkdnrt tmllds
aad itrenflhena ta rstira trUcra, Tba d.
mana ror it u coanaiit. ana 1 ara a
vrltli mftctrra ofcaaxa eursd hr tt."
.. 3eturnlnr after a -taw momenta abaracr.
th Tenerable wlelder of tb ptatl remarkad.
tba number of nmparillzs and other, ao
calied. 'blood medVnea It leftoo i ."bur Dr.
PKrce'f Qoldea Medical Doorerr outaella
tbem all and It la tho onlr blood-purifier out
of tba many wtlch I am oblliea U kaep upoct
my sbelrra. that if ffnaxauateed to brneflt or
ruro Is all cav-t for wklck It la recnsunended.
It moner paid for It Is rafondad."
-In the lioa of Ptila." remarked tba old era
Uemaa. "the little Surar-eoaled 'PelRu
put up br Dr. Pierce lead all ocbera, both la
amount of aalea aad tbe nnsral satiafactioa
tber sira mr cuatomra.'r
CavrrfcM, !, by famft Da Km, AssTx.
W l J tar aa Inourabia aaas of. C
iVsrl JM tarrh In tba Head brtttt
proprietors of Tr.SaCaUuTbRBdr. B
its mild, aoo&faur and leaflet proprruea. ft
carta tbe wont caaaa. run mailer ef bow loaf
ri-",-r aj &i "wp
.lis ijnito remarkable how much
originality of character, or nature, u
k'U to 'logs, when wo tako into ac
! rount that they have for more than
1,000 yrxirs buen domestiated, and tho
somunionsof man. The sauio curious
tact is ohservablo in the case of tho E
(uunau dogs, which iiavo been trained
iud used us draught animals for so
many generations. In his journal
Dr. buiherland U-lls how tho instinct
for tho chase interfered with tho dogs'
traTeliutrorer the ice.
, er two several cracks in the
urxs, in which a few dovekics wor
ft-iinming about. Tho cracks were
crossed very easily: but the dogs wcw
cacur to go after the birds, and weie
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:iui rcsiraineu wiinoui groat uiiucuuy.
Wo used a sort of dray made of
rope, which we threw on one of the
runners of the sledge at its fore part,
where the friction on the snow could
bo increased so much, by one Icaaing
with all his weight upon it, that the
sledge: could be brought to a stand in
a short time, iij spite of nil the ll'oit
of the dogs going at a galloping jaoa
All control over the Esquimau dogi
is lost in a sledgo tho moment th;
tee an object of pursuit Mr. Petersen,
the native driver, says he raiIv suo
ceeds in bringing them to a stand with
the whip alone, if once they see i
black object on the ice, when they ars
in high spirits.
The young dogs, which had Loen
accustomed toseo lianlly anvthing t-x-raucous
upon tho ice around tho ships
or elsewhere during the whol" winter,
became very much excited on v-ing n
few birds or a seal on tho ice, and
could hardly be kept back by tho
driver and myself leaning with all
our weight upon tho sledge; while the
drag underneath tho runner was leav
ing a broad and ruugu groove in the
hard crust of snow which covered tho
surface of the floe. Youth's Compan
ion. Queen IHI&letha Portrait.
Li person EUzabcth was a little over
middle height, and when she came:
to tho throne slio must have been a
beautiful young woman, with a pro
fusion of nuburn hair, a broad, com
manding brow, and regular feature
Uiat were capable of rapid cliangcs of
expression, as her hazel eyes Uuilieu
with anger or sparkled witli tncrri
menL Her portraits apixsarto liavi
lesn all more or less 'idealized;''
their number is so great that it is to bs
wondered that no monograph lias yet
been attempted dcaluig with them u(
all adequately. By ar tho most in-,
prossive picture of her which has beti
engraved is Mark (ierard's iKirtrait at
Burleigh IIouso; it fonns ti'O fronti
picco to tho first volume of Wright
"Elizabeth and Her Times." "The
daughter of Henry VIII and Amr.t
Boleyn could liardly have micd in
hrritmg some of the personal bcautv
ol her parents, but sho was emphati
cally her father's child. From him
she got her immenes physical vigor,
her raaguificent constitution. Tier
powerful intellect, a frame which
seemed incapable of fatigue, and o
uervous system tliat rendered her nl
most insensible to fear or pain. Her
life was the life of a man, not of a wo
man; sho could hunt all day, dance oi
ratch masques and pageants all night
all tho knees of strong men trembled
under them an they wearily waited in
ittcndancc upon her person; yet she
never seexneti to suQer frorri the im
menso' tension at which sho lived.
With her amazing energy, her want
of all sympathy for weakness, her
fierce willfulness and self assertion,
Vd a certain coarseness of fiber, it
was inevitable that slir should 1m un
feminine. Dictionary of National RJ
A bright Southernerat the Hoffman
house the other night gavo mo thU i
curio: "It is not generally known."
said he, "that Henry Watterson, tl
brilliant editor of Tho Courier-Journal
writer of Democratic platforms ant
father of tho 'Star Eyed Goddess," i
an accomplished pianist. Any om
who has spent an evening with him it
-his Xouisvills hczss hs fcc-cn, !
ever, rarely entertained by his jei
'formanccs. When Thackeray visit .
this country Watterson was presenU
to him and they saw much of cac
other. Two such congenial mine
found, naturally, a great deal to tab
about. literature and the arts, yo:
may bo sure, were tho chief topics o
conversation. One evening tho sul
.jectof music was touched upon, ant
during a discussion of tho rclativ
beauties of certain masterpieces, Wat
terscn. who was near an open piano
in tho enthusiasm of tho momor..
struck with deft liand the keys of tin
instrument and brought forth tone
oi marvelous liarmony. V nen aboul
to turn away from tho piano and re
sumo tho conversation, Thackeray
who loved music as ho loved natmv.
whce child bo was, begged Wattcr
ton U continue; so the genial Henry
played on with tho skill of a magicisr
the whole night through, with Thank
eray thero by his sido enraptured. -New
TVben Boffaloea IVere nentifnl.
"I remember tho time when we used
to get from 75,000 to 100,000 buffalo
hides in SU Paul," said a hide dealer.
"We used to get them for I or $5
ioch. Now the whole business has
beea cleaned out Tho last herds were
slaughtered by white men, chiefly in
1881-S2. Buffalo furs aro so high now
that people don't buy many. I had
twqr:Ciry?i2t:ycar, but it wai
vory tiaru vo sen toem. arcrai sub
stitutes have come into thbarVi'
ir xcey are cnaaper ana peopi ouy uitse
vt, rnvj. noaoer rw. y
rtr- or cold on Lire.7 I
Not all (Persons aro equally inter- I
ested in stutlying tho laws of nature, t
but to such as have a taste for investi
gation into the conditions of life, tht
following observations will boattrao
live. They weromado by a medical -officer
who was attached to an Eng
lish expedition sent in search of Sir
John Kniuklin. Tho conclusion to
which they directly lead is. that tho.
conditions under which life is possibla
aro fixed and limited.
At the I cginuiug of winter-1 took a
portion of diet-so which abounded in
mites, and divided it into three por
tions, ono of which was exposed at
oiico t ihu intense cold of winter: an
other was dried and then exposed along
with the former until the return of
milliner; tho third portion was pro
served 11L a temperature which was at
no limo less than probably twelveor
Dftecn degrees below the freezing point
of water. .
On tho return of summer and warm '
a-eathor tho three portions were ex
roicd to exactly the same conditions. '
tut they wero not permitted to come J
Tho two portions which had been
Iosed to intense cold, after two
months' exposure to a temperature 10
to 20 degs. abovo the freezing point of
water, did no, exhibit the slightest
signs of life, while the last and third
portion was swarming with mites in
the most active state.
The cheese which belonged to tho
ship's stores was often during winter
exposed to 10 or 20 degs. below zero.
Before winter it gavo signs of possess
ing the germs of an abundant race of
mites ; but having passed through the
wintrr, after two months and a half
of tcmpcraUiro above the freezing
point of water, frequent and careful
examinations with a microscope in
variably failed to detect any signs of
returning life. Youth's Companion.
Teaching In Haat Tejuseaaee.
Tho Listener has spoken before dot.
ho believes, of tho school for colorco
people at Morristowii, in East Tennes
see, where a couple of Boston girls aro
doing a wonderful work in tho In
struction of a peoplo who are keenly
intent upon mastering tho secrets of
"book laruin'. It is a noble cxilo,
lie one to vhich these girls have con
demned themselves; and yet there
aro score of teachers in tho publie
schools of Boston who might well
ish that they had pupils so eager
as these block people in Tennessee.
In a letter which ono of theso la
dies wrote latclv to a near relative in
Boston, she told of her laborious task
in directing two new teachers in their
work, iii planning the thirty-nine
clas&cs so tliat their work should
not conflict in examining and grad
ing tho new pupils, who are of all
ages, and directing things generally.
But tho letter goes on: I enjoy it all
Terr much It teems to sac 1 norcr
liatfsuch kind, thoughtful students
und so eager to learn ; thev drive me
from morning tonight, tf wo could
onlv get our now building it would bo
such a comfort" She takes much
pleasure in the views of the grand
mountains about her, and evidently
enjoys the odd mistakes of her pupils,
eager to account for things. "In the
physiology cla.es." she says, "tho
tchool was asked what all living
things were made up of. It had been
previously explained how things were
made up of cells. The teacher was
6omowh.it surprised by a lusty reply
from a si: tall bov in a front (cat
'Dirtr "--Bo&tou Transcript.
A Battler U vw Flayed Baafcvard.
Buffalo BQ1 is as handsome and
statuesque as ever, and since his great
financial success and experienes
broad has taken on a quiet dignity
which becomes him greatly. Hut
favorite reminiscence is touching ths
Cays when ho tint became an actor
with Texas Jack in Ned Buntlino's
Knowing how proud Buntlinewaa
of his drama, Bill arranged 'with the
stage manager ono night to reverse
no orticr ot ino acts, anu proceeded
to play tho fourth act first, tho third
l second, tho second act third and ,
he first act last Buntline bad busi-1
icss in tho front of tho house !
uxikiiig after tho admissions, so ,
!r umii't come on till the second t
set, when he acted a small part, was
promptly killed off and allowed to go
out to tho front again and count'up.
Ho came back to tho stage to dress on i
me ingot mo cnango was made, ana
was horrified to find them playing tho
fourth act Ho was dazed for a min
ite. but he knew he was sano acd
sober, and presently demanded an ex
ftf&h'j11 "i&lTAHDnn &C0.
"But you'll ruin e very-thing;,''-.de
clared jiunuinc, in a irenzy.
"Xonsensc ." said Bill. "theVll neyw
k:ow U10 difference."
Ird tho public never did. Chica
As .Ampla Ksna.
In au uptown church last Sondat
veiling, vrhen the pastor bad got -well
into his sermon, ho noticed an unusual
commotion among- tho choir, at hk
nht Ho tried to ignore it, bat tbe
trouble became so lively that he felt
itlu'sduty to rebuke tho singers in a
louil voice. Hie disturbance final!
quictwl down and the terriers P
rd with due dignity. A member of
tho choir managed to communicate to
tho much put out pastor the cause of
the uneasiness before the services were
concluded. It vrasa mouse only a
little mouse. But -with tho perversity
of its kind, this little mouse had man
aged to get under the slrirtsof or
ll.l? jl' "m 1 , 1 - ,l'r 1UI M.VV..U I
.olaincd to the cozurrezation that th I
trouble bad been unavoidable that
no blame attached to th chcir. Bo
Fare to or
Leaves Tombstone at 8:30 a m. to connect with Trains for iNogales. Bisbee and all point.
South. Arrives in Torrbstone 1 2:00 A. if.
jueaves Tombstone at 1:15
points East rn West.
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LA ESPERA3STZA !
i:cr. Allrn X Fiftb St., Tombatone
.d lrmey fcraerrlca,
GAlr 1H.T AND Wl OD
KapTatuillrDRtd SOLD Af T.OWESI
rnCKs. Coaalrj I rraac Ho.g" t c o'l
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MCALLISTER A. JTcCONE. Prop'n.
KiaaafMiaaa Miais( UacUatrjr, Htarj aad
lirln Cutlan tl Imc aad Krau Itkdt la Ordcf
Hotitiax Zajian Mal Order, and Ea-
alan ladicaled aad AdlaMtd Areata for
Albaay LaUkatlaf otl aad Coaponoda
Mail & Stage Co
AND WELLS, FARGO & CO 'S EXPRESS
from F'&irToainJKL. Si. SO.
p. m 'or Fairb-nk ro ronneel
TOR CC AXS S SUAtK.
A. COHN & BROS.
Allen Street Near Fifth.
knPr'e( an(i Domestic Cigar and
BENSON, .... Arizona.
Rooms En-Suite and Single, Special Attention
Rates Reasonable. Only Hotel in Benson
A. A. CASTANEDA. Proprietor
.1. t CASTANEDA. Manager
Wholesale and Retail Butcher,
Allen Htret. between 5th aad otb.
I have a lArge and Well Assorted Stock of
Fresh Meats, Hams, Bacon
Bolognas, Xard, Pork Sausage,
Head Cheese, Corned Bee
Eastern Pickled Pork,
Tripe and P g's -F- e f
HlRh I !-.! Prir- xnd fir Ounce Beif.
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Thr1caon thorn-andx Catin. t gel currd of S11 r.ikl Prva-r
I'liro in I isa-M. Srnii l VT akii.s, !. t. MoiiIkhiI. G1m-
Vaiirnpiel. and resilht e abiiM-nr . xt- nl 1 li ur.fi nini
for marriage or file's duties, i. om to a complli-HiM.! IV s
lalorrhfa. Cnisultliinfrrt-. p-ts inallv orr iViif-r Aiidrt-M;
iJlt. I.IE15IG & CO., European Spfcii.Iici, 301 an.) 303 V. si Xn. Sif '
Katis.g Cnv, M"., and Sn Francisco, Ca'. ill visii all w.stip t.nd
Kouilinrn chips quarterly.
Hebig's Wcrde.ful Geiman
li-l.wt r will bflir
ST. LOUIS BEER HALL '
'For Ice-Cold Beer on Draught
ST. LOblS BEER HALL.
4XHEUSEK BOSCH BESTTI-vC ASSO
CIATION. Or ST. LOUIS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
. Appl. to JTattTUf o.T-TTU LO.
Charles Granville Johnston
aTTORNKT ASD COUNKBIXOB AT LAW
Will practice in aU thr Courit of
C G TnfVSTO, FtQ la Voo ara lb. onlv N
larv Pomic in Cochite eonraj .who has cunJd with
lb. rYia!rmnl of il Papartment ana Ibcrtfor iSr
ONLY ka can adniiaMrrr oataa m can csnucr
JtSan i!m Laikl O&a . Vam mi imyaMf,
MID r SMITH, Rmtnr.
with trains "t Be son for
from Stage office in, the city Erri
. and Fancy Notions
A CAT. T -P3
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Inyif orator it"'i' ir.?.rrX"r.
ntmrX jAty lOth.
To Consumers of City Water:
rientyof wnier at the city
authorizes us to state that
ready to aupply all citizens through
the pipes or by wagon at reasonable
All orders left at the Xew York
Restaurant will be properly attended
If. LEJt & WATT,
T Xew alarevrrr.
Voo hvn hra'd jmxt ftlecd and rrlrbborf
talklssatt-al I. Tnami7;oDrlfbeorerliha
J krww rhjm pmiaii xp.rlazror la.t
bow road a IMr It I-. I joo hare errrtrlvS it.
loi.r-oneff i siaanrb rrimda, lro.- tha
woodrtraliliUraNMit ll ihi al.m n-c-r1ri-:
a trial Dr. KlnvV v.ar Ircovrj t af thtAm
a rle '?." " ' yoa !. rraa.ertit
aad .tonH IV aflllcert wiih a ;), tvUL. n-tni
1 brut; l.ouaor Cb tr aM. -cu a intii a
one aNd git- It 1 t,lr trial. I' 1 rnar.nlrrd
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