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TOMBSTONE DAILY PliOSPfiOTOU. TUESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 9. 1890.
DECEMBER - - - 0, 1890. i
PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING
S C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor.
One Year , $10 00
Six Months 6 00
ThreeMoath" 3 00
One Month. 100
Delivered by Carriers for 25 cent
Fresh Ranch Batter trom the ranch ol J
H WTilte atWoIcott's Cub Store. S-7U
The news from San Diego that tl e '
rilroad from San Quiulln in Lower
California to San Diego j a fixed fact
a piece of mot encouraging news.
Xcarlv everv lawver in Tombstone
has been questioned regardinB the
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probable effect of the decmon Ol
Judge Kibbey upon the legality of the .
"lost laws," and they nearly all reply :
1 don't know. Ill have to look it up
The Florence Enterprise objects to
Fima ceunty annexing a portion f
Final county, as some one hss pro
posed, and in a spirit of retaliation
the Enterprise suggests tho annexa
tion of Nogales, Crittenden, Harshaw,
and contiguous country to Cochise.
'An cxclianre civea the following
rule to determine the sex of a canary
bird before it sings. Let the lady
who onus the bird take a spade and
go into the garden and dig a worm
j and pnt it info the cage of the young
Vbird, and if he cats it, it is a he and i
she eats it, it's a she. This rule wai
never known to fail. J
J Neither the community nor the
Republican party will suffer any loss
by the death of the Tribune. Every
extra or unnecessary newspaper is a
distinct burden to the community in
which it is published. It is constantly
soliciting assistance from a public that
cannot afford to give it, and there is
no businesi that will eat up money
more rapidly than a daily newspaper
To supply its necccesities is like pour
ing water into a rat hole.
Cocxty division at the present lim
is unpopular and not advisable in this
section of the territory at leaat. "When
it does come, Cochise will take in the
entire line of country bounded by the
N. M, t A. road and Pima can take in
some more of that "rich bottom land
which grows such luxuriant legelation
when water is put upon it." comraor
ly known as desert. There are no
more enterprising people in Arizona
than the Piraaitcs and no one will
-!... !..... .. nlliar di.A ff flit. "Pfll
Taen ha clasped kr wifi emotion.
Drew tb rniHwi to hi breast,
TTbtspcrwl vovx cf tnu deration.
Tea eld. old ule. 71m know the reft.
From nia csrcwa arm uptpnccicf.
WltB a tear i tar
A&d her rotoe with sorrow rlng-tar.
-I stall not m 197 bridal dij.-
This drssutle cpretih broks him up badlr:
but whsa she crplsi&ad that her apprebaa.
Iloos were founded on the fact of an Inber
ted predlrpoaltlon to consumption la her
Umllj-. he calmed her tort, bourht a bottle
( Dr. inerce'a Oolden Medical Dueorerj for
ker. and she la now the Incarnation of health.
Consumption fastens Its hold upon it rleumj
while ther are unconscious of Its approach,
flu. TlniAm HttlMl ntuwieiT" has enred
fbo -Oofdrn Medical DIsootctt" has cured
thousand of cases of this most fatal of mala-
Siea. Bat it must tn taken before the disease
Is too far adraaeed la order to be effect! re.
If taken Is time, and sires a fair trial It will
sure, or noaer paid for It Trill be
smwtouvbb vi rKiu.
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Asthma. Sere re Csssfai. and
aSecUona, It Is aa cSclest remedy.
OpjrliM, m, y Vf cam's Die. V so- ASS.
W 'i tor an Incurable case of Ca- '
! 4 turrU Va the Head br the ,
crcprietors of Dr. Base's Gatarrb Remedy. Br
its mild, soothicur and healing- properties. It
sure toe wont cases, no tastier of kaw KU .
jr-""-f M (Lrue-CeU, W eaalsv
1'ltuaBt Anticipations or Little Fulki
Turned to Ulttrn.
Animals must frequently be surprised
at rocelrlng punishment "for their
good" when they aro innocent of Inten
tional wrong doing. Puss, in her kitten
days, steals a hit of tempting fish from
tho table, and has ber cars boxed. Sho
is a wiser cat from that time, as well as
a sadder one at the momont. One can
imagine her retreating to the woodshed
to think it orcr after tbo blow has
fallen. Perhaps she bewails ber sad
fate and exclaims against its cruolty,
says tho Youth's Companion, as wo all
do when we have Binned through ignor
ance, and not escaped tho penalty.
"Oh, what a homely picture!" cried a
little girl, who was visiting a sovoro
aunt for th Hrt time. "1 in sorry ysu
think so," said thatlady, frigidly. "That
is my own portrait, painted when I was
"But why need she hare embittered
my Tlslt by telling mo sol" exclaimed
the offender, long years after. "I was
punished as much as it I bad wished to
to bo rude."
A little boy who did not know what It
was to foel the effects of poison try, ono
day carried an armful of Its autumn
tinted leaves to his teacher and laid
them on her desk as a pleasant surprise.
"VTbatmornlnir she came la to to school.
nd approached her chair just as the
ad-master had finished conducting
dbTotions. Sho glanced at tho offering
jX her desk, started back, and put her
handkerchief to hor face.
"Who brought tnts7" she cauea, with
Tbo little boy rose, proud of receiving
"Tako It away at once," was the per
emptory command. "The smell, the
very sight of it poisons me."
Poor Johnnie, very much depressed,
gathered it in his arms, and deposited it
in tho waste-basket.
"Xot there," said the teacher, "the
janitor might touch it. Oo down and
put it In the furnace"
Then Johnnie, amid the titters of his
fellows, took his embarrassed way out ol
- frne.by tue
rini f.-t that ha had done tho
mortifying fact that he had done tho
Perhaps the most simply innocent of
all rejoinders from such unwitting cul
prits, was one made by little Kitty Leo.
One day sho was found in the pantry,
seated on the floor, and holding a custard
pie in her lap. Alas! U had once been a
pie, but now nothing was left but the
crust. Kitty looked up, her lips smeared
with custard, and smiled serenely upon
"Nice custard pie!" quoth sho.
UNCLE JERRY'S SURPRISE.
How a Wily Parson Captured a l'ecollar
Not so very far from Damariscotta,
says the Lewlston Journal, there Is one
of tho loveliest seaport towns on the
Maine coast. It nestles under the hills
so that strangers who pass women on
the road and men at work outside of the
village wonder where they all come
from until a turn in the road shows the
little village close by the ocean, which
laughs back In amusement at their sur
prise. Here they still tell how Cncle
Jerry was won by the new minister.
Now before the advent of Rev. Clinton
Blanchard (although that's not his name)
Uncle Jerry had long ceased going to
church, lie pronounced churches costly
nuisances and ministers well-dressed
humbugs, "too tony" to do any hard
work. Young Blanchard was a man ol
very pleasing physique and attractive
manners. It was not long beforo be had
lloxccpt Cnclo Jerry. But tho very things
'which made him popularwlta others sot
Uncle Jerry against blm.
Rev. Blanchard pondered. Jerry In
terestedhim. He decided upon a mode
of attack which he very prudontly dis
carded on the occasion of his parishion
al call upon Uncle Jerry and took cue
from circumstances. As Mrs. Jerry
showed him Into the sitting-room, the
door of which wasajar, ho sawtbat Uncle
Jerry and his thirteen yearold boy were
trying to movo a stove. The boy wis
not so stoutly built as most of tho fish
ermen's lads and was hardly equal to
the occasion. Throwing aside all cere
mony, the reverend gentleman stepped
to the door and said: "Let tm help
you move tho stove," and began taking
of his coat.
"Youl" and Undo Jerry almost
dropped his end in amazement. "Why,
you would get them white hands of
yourn all over soot and smut," glanc
ing disdainfully at tbo offending mem
bers, white from naturo and not from
abstaining from bard work, for they
knew how to swing tho axo and scythe
"WeU," replied tho young minister,
with his most captivating smile, "you
have soap and water, I see."
No further objection was made. The
two men moved tho stove. Next Sun
day all S were surprised to see
Uncle Jerry at church.
Undo Jerry merely said ho "thought
a parson as could move a stove wouldn't
do blm no hurt, anyhow." ..
Largest Tree In the World.
The largest tree in the world has been
discovered in Fresno County, CaL
Frank Lomls, an old mountaineer, and
party returned to Sanger from a bcar
hunting expedition In tho Sierras cast
of Ccntervlllc. They wounded a bear,
and in pursuing it ran across a big tree
In the most rugged portion of the
mountains, about two miles north of
Kentucky Meadows. Tbo tree was cir
cumscribed by a radius of a mileormore
of almost Impenetrable enderbrusti. so
tbat tbo hunters were compelled to use
lota knife and axe to rech the center.
The treo was measured about fear feet
from tbo ground, and a rope 150 feel J
inches long was necessary- to span its
circumference. .-. .
Bank of Tombstone
Capital - - SI00.000.
QCJl il CAKkEX .
K. W. Wood - -
Will Transact a General Banking
Ercoasge. Receive Deposits, Collections made.
Maverick Nat'! Bank.
Accounts of Banks. Bankers and
Our facilities for COLLECTIONS
are ricelleot. and wo re-discount ior
Banks wben balances warrant it.
BoAton is a reserve oity, and balance
with us from baoks, (not located in
other rnterve cities) connt as a reserve.
Wo have a market for prime first
class investment securities and invite
proposals from states, counties and
cities wben issuing bonds.
We do a general banking business
and invite correspondence.
Jot. W. Work, President.
Allen St., Bet. Gtli and 7th
PASQUALE NIGE0, PE0P.
Everjoce knows that the Finest UnJs of
Are always kept at this Old Stand.
Billiard and Pool Tables
Drop in and Satisfy Yourself.
J. V. DICKERS
"?EAL ESTATE EooRht. Sold and Rested.
MINES Bought, Sold, and Ma&iged.
MONEY Loans Negotiated, and Investment
INSURANCE Fire. Accident asd Life. Be
Companies. Lowest Rates.
rOMrT Attention Givlm to Collections
LLEN STREET. FOURTH AND FIFT
McDonough & Nobile,
Always in Stock.
ST. LOUIS BEER ON DRAUGHT
TMsls tcePlsrit BHIl.rd fsrlor Sestk mt U
The above reward is offered
by the Copper Queen Con.
MtuingCo. and citizens of Bis
bec, for the -arrest and con
viction or positive proof of
the death of James Dalr,
who murdered "W. W. Low-
ther near Bisbee on the af
ternoon of Friday, April 11,
Dalj is described as a man ap
parently 50 years of age, although
several years younger, about 6 feet
in height, round fac slightly pock
marked, sandy omp'exion and
moustache, b'ue eyes, weight about
190 pounds, scar on foot made by
pistol shot, also scar across neck
made by pistol shot, talks with a
strong Welsh accent.
DatediBiabee April 14, 890.
CAKK1ES V S. MAIL AND WELLS, FARGO & CO'S EXPRESS
Fare to or from Fairbank. 31. SO.
Leaves Tombstone at S: 1 5 a m. to connect with Trains for !N ogales, Bisbee and all points
South, Arrives in Ton-bstone 12:00 a. m.
Leaves Tombstone at 1:15 p. m. 'or Fairb-nk to connect with trains at Beson for all
points East rnJ West.
BAGGAGE oj Passengers delivered to and from Stage office in the city Sret
For Ice-Cold Beer on Draught
THE ST LOUIS BEER HALL
tXBEUSER BUSCH BECTVI: C ASSO
CIATION, or st. louis
Wholesale and Retail.
Apply to MA11T1S COSTKLLO.
Cor. Allen &. Fifth St., Tombstone.
Liqi OltW AM !: PH, HTAPL1
and Kancj- Vrocrrlrx,
GRAIN, UAT AND WCOJ
Ke? ronstsatlTOB nBd. SOLD AT LOWES i
PRICKS. Coiulrj hrrssce Bocgtt snd toM.
FOU m D HY
MCALLISTER A McCONE. Prop'rs.
Kis4of MiHaa4 Mialnc iSActuxkrj, Heavy nd
Ufhl Casting of Iroo and Bnus Xladc to Order
Hoi&xlnc xifii llidt to Order, axd Eo
clas Indicated ad Adjusted Acsrs for
AlVaar t.tcicalinf oU and CovpMad
Jnh.1. .'t.iMlMrr, -
Chsrles Granville Johnston.
ATTORN KY AND COUNriKLLOK AT LA
Will practice in all the Courts of
C C lomrrrov, EQ Sta; Vcaare theoo!vN
Ury Pttbiic in Cochise county - h ccinpbea wiifc
ike reqaircisrntt of the Deoartmcat asd therefore the
ONLY m ' can admimuer oaths m cases cotaicg
eiore the Latv Office. Yoor rerf rep'ctfaBy,
rRED W SMITH, Receiver.
A Safa Invettstent
Iionewbkbi guaranteed to bnnc To aiU'actory
resolta, r in cac of f3ure a return of purcha price.
Oa this siftplaayTW can bar from cai adTersued
druse bottle of Or. Ktnz New Discovery for
CooMiiRption. It juaraMcedtobnaerrlief iarrery
cite, heo uted for any atTectio of Throat. I.uaS or
Ohevt, such as Consumption, Inflammation of Luf2r
Uronchat Asthau, Vheofitig knzhm Group, etc,
etc It i fiieasant and agreeable to tate perfectly
ar and can always be depended upon. Trial buttle
free at J- Yon' Drujt store.
ANTED IOOO NBtV SUBSCRIBERS
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NEWSPAPER OF THE SOUTHWEST.
Mail & Stage Co
A. COHN & BROS.
Allen Street Near Fifth.
mported and Domestic Cigar and
Pipes, Smokers Articles and Fancy Notions.
E-GTVE THEM A CAT7L-5P3 mwi
BENSON, .... Arizona.
Rooms En-Suite and Single, Special Attention
-GIVEN THE -
Culinary Department. "
Rates Reasonable. Only Hotel in Benson
A. A. CASTANEDA. Proprietor
J. M: CASTANEDA. Nfanaeer
Wholesale and Retail Butcher,
Alira Mtrrrt. bsticns Sth and atb.
I have. Large and Well Assorted Stock ol
Fresh Meats, Hams, Bacon.
Bolognas, X.ard, Pork Sausage,
eacLCheese, Corned Beef,
Hifibent Cash Priep pmd for Cb"ice Beef,
Pork sod Motion and Otmn 11 d Poultry.
nKiKitw pkoji ptlv rii.1.1 i An nei.lVF.UF.it T- -. -icr
OF TIIF. CITY mi'.K OF UI1AICMK
il LI ill
II. E. LEA,
lea Delivered at Fairbank at ONE CEKT
Per Pound. Put on board the Cars
at the Same Price.
SCHLllZ MILWAUKEE KEG BEER,
Sole A gent for Cal:fornia Fredericks
burg Kg Bscr.
Fivsh Oysters Delivered to amj part of the country for
25 cents a djzen. . -
MA11 AX1) KACO.V.
Tripe and Pig's Feet