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.TOMliSTONE DA1LI PH06PEt)T0K. BATUKDAY fiVEMKG. FGBKUARY 7. 1891.
- 7. loUl.
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CITY AXD COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
Fresh Ranch Buttr Irom tbe ranch o! J
H White atWolcott's Cssb Store. S.7U
Take the public schools out of the
unholy clutch of politics.
The Chicago Herald is authority for
the statement that Preident Harri
son is ambitious to hac a cast of his
head on the coins of 1891 and that
Director Leech fators the scheme.
MixiSTEsRyan has returned to Mcx
ico after a two-months stay in Wash
ington. He expresses little hope of
any immediate action being taken in
"Washington with a M'ew to reciprocity
The Governor of the Slate of Coa
huila, Mexico, has recently issued a
mandate to goernment employes to
be punctual at their desks at the re
quired hour. Ten minutes tardiness
costs an cmploje a half daj's salary
and eight timilar offenses coit him
THE bonntj laws of Arizona should
be amended and means dci-ed so that
hunters may cla'm the bounty with
out mutiUtinc the pelts of the ani
mals, many of which have a market
alue, which is much impaired by the
rreent andalieh requirement of cut
ting off the scalp as a bounty ransom
Jhe Reno Gazette rajs: "I lie beef
market gives indications of better
prices in the near future. A well
known San Francirco butcher told s
Gazette reporter that if he had monej
he would have no heritancj in put
ting it into beef cattle at the present
prices and holding thi in for a raite
He said that Arizona had but about
10.000 fat steers left and that onlj
about COOO of them would find thnr
way into tho San Francisco market, as
Los Angeles, San Diego and the sur
rounding country would use full 4000
He also said that good beef was gel
ting very scarce in California and the
most of it was rough meat at best, and
that it would be May btfore grass beef
would come in.
WOSIZlf AlfB MICE.
Tha reason why a wonts is afra'd of s
saouse ts a profound sajstery Indeed, It b.-j
BSTer been very eleoxly proven that she la
But some women are constantly in sucn s
nervous, irritable condition that the slijthte!
tbtnr aanoys and startles tben. Tbe cause of
this unfortunate stat of affairs Is usually
some functional derssiremeat: some distress
ing or painful Irregularity, some ocranse
ment or pecunar weakness Incident to Lei
sex : or, re mar be due to Inflammation, ul
ceration or displacement, of somo cf tbe
pelvic Ttaeera. or to other organic lesrom
peculiar to ber eer. Trora whicbevr cars
ltmar arise, Jr. pleros's Favorite Prescrip
tion u a tmrfrirs renssdy. so certain In its
cnrstlve resuIU that Its manufacturers srU
It. tarougn Jnirla. under a ctiarari'M of
Its rlTlnr satisfaction la every ease, of
money paid for Jt wfll b- pnrnipfijr re
funded. As a sootblnr and strengthening
-4, MVamvHtjl Pi lil lotion 13 UO
qualod and Is invaluable In aiUytoTsnd sub-
ClUinir DCl I uui ciuwvun; .mm.j, .-
baustlon. prostration, bj-terU. spasms aiM
other distressing, nervous symptoms com
monly attendant upon t naetional and organic
disease of tbe womb. It Dduces refreshing
sleep and relieves nMctai aaztetr and C
Copy"". vm T sx' Va.Ua. AsfX.
m KFonpi wnimAzwsi
EaUT. or Cathartic, according to sis of
L hj OruggTsss. M essis s vial.
Ttioiit flcurlsUliig town of SoHUlrs,k
Arizona, I- now entirely deserted. TIm mas
who niuued the town builded better thanks
know. Noms'own Herald.
Mine. iatti has decided to learn to play Um
ton jo, and It at any time within tbe next tws
months n man with disb eled hair, a wild,
haunt.il looK in hit dark eyes, buttons mis
in from hi junta and socks that wear rief
Iecte.1 Hpitirauce, is found wandering aln
let) around solitary places in Europe, hit
.nmo will probably bo Nicohni. St. la
A bright newspaper woman in New York
gained admission as a lunatic to an insane
asylum and lemained there a couple of weeks
taUng notes, which she worked up into a
graphic newpaper article. It U suspected
that she deceived the physicians in charge by
wearing a fashionable bustle as large as a
flour barrel nnd having her hair banged
within half on Inch of her eyebrow Norris
Natural gas Is a great boon to the people
it Pittsburg, but the peoplo there make
light of it Norristown Herald.
"I was in hope, professor," said a hospital
under surgeon, "that I would be given that
leg operation in the poor ward." "No, I as
signed it to Yiting Sawbones, but 111 give
) ou a whack at the autopsy." The Epoch.
It cost Mmethlng to die respectably la
Omaha. On the case inclosing the body of a
man tent from there to Akron, O., for burial,
was the following itemized bill, to be "col
lected on delivery or contents returned:"
Undertaker's bill. ICO: hospital expenses.
J20; phjsicion'i fee, $10; lncrj, W. The
bill was paid, but the rest of tbe family will
gee back to Akron in tune to die there. Ex
Husband (suffering from influenza) D
you know why id is, by dear, thad cods al
wades oddag bo id the head 1 Wife (thought
fully) Why, I tlieve, John, physicians
sold tnat colds always attack the
spot. The Epoch.
A PUBLIC BENEFACTOR. t
,"Wbo is H. II. Warnr. c' Koristor,
N. Y.. wlic-1 Safe Bemedies, rapeciall
Wan.er's Irafe Cure, have attained such
success and celebri'y at home and
The question is inc pired aa much by
afTection as curiosity, since through hu
instrumentality liundrrds of thousands,
in both hemispheres, have bean restored
to heath and happiness.
Hon II. II. Warner, then. Is a leading
and honored resident of Rochester, sS
only, but c prominent and influential
citizen of the Vnitd Mates. On seireral
ocea ons chosen by his party as a Na
tional Hele;ae to nnminate a President
of t) e KepnUic, he has besu a membei
of the Repnb ican Mate Committee and
of i s Kxcutive Committed, lis Is a
imber of the American Institution lot
tl e Advancement of Science; 1'iesident
of the Roches'tr Chamber of Commerce;
a eu-cesful and upn;ht buiiness man.
He has given away fortunes ia ihantiet
The ieltbrat-d aud corny vvarnej
Obs-rwtory of Hocliester was coiceiveo,
endowed, and is maintained by him.
His munificent prizes for the dcoverj
of cuiu't' has been at once the wonder
.nd oehIit of the soientific world.
Tliejedovv fever ttcourage in the South,
the Oliir floodi. t e fire dla-"ters ol
Koche-t r and other (Lies awakened bis
profou de't sympathies and in esch In
xtance liM l1 iet.lt loi from $500 to $5,000
swelled r ie "event1 rel ef funds. Whers
other wealthy men i;ive tens and bun
t!iel, he fives hundreds and thousands
I His charitis are a readv and maguifi
h U4 his enterprises and public spirit
flie world h need of more roch men
An incdei t led him into the inautifact
e cf meli'ine bez-d some twelrt
f ars agu with what theab' est physicians
lern etl fatal kidne d eease, he Wat
miracu'ou-iy restored to h-alth by what
i r.ow known a- Warner's rafe Cure.
l once he resolved to make known th
Bient1 of co potent a remedy, and th
cxnfeiiience is that to-day he has im-men-?
lalioratorie's a'ld warehouses in
the L'niUd ttate, Canida, England.
(J. rmany. A'i'tria, Australia and Bur
oiah a'cs of his S-afe Ketned.es are
mo iiiou-', and tlieir power over diseasg
The" merit of a production is In ex-vct
ieepinz with tho thaiacter of its p
amir. Anionestandr liable man him
self, air. Warrer males honeat ni
rdul-Ie roedUrinej a fact abnn Jantjy ai
tectcd 1-y their phtnoinenal eflicsry suit'
CHILDKOOC 8 rAlAIES.
ttbf tS wr:l comes cod from Um drower west
At-1 the u- goes down sad the eBadows die,
A ik. te soueds of the day are lioshed to not,
AnJ the stars are lit in the deepening sky,
riien tbe tree t-ol lift their Altering cry.
And the crictetn chirrup ther Tirelayo,
ADit I think at the fla&h of a ffiy
Those ore the faincs of chitlaood days.
Then the weird owl boots from her hoTlew neat.
An I bet les of chatterisg bat s By by,
&1 4l fregs In the mounht i-aarsh protest,
V. LOe Latyf-ts Ucaer on brtnehes high;
and iv, r the tree tops one may spy
Tb" r hiaiiDtrlng t In.lo of silTer rays.
And the woods awaLe and tlecreat pin wgtk
TheNe ore the fairies of cl Hdhood days."
Then the whip-poor-wills tri) Je their stem betMSS
A jI the "culprit fay," with a tear at his eye.
Aren. that the honest way Is the beiO
Gx.t∈ tbe fault that lie cant Sony I
IctUiblo lerfcts of wfeihings he
la tbe hollow bid where tbe cold stream strays.
And !ears n to leares ax they peek and pry-
-TLex are tN tsinee of aaihood Urs
Do IwUnOoodfellow.yotr cap's awry I .
And Katydid, dear, yotr Aeets are abhuei
But el1 j .Vi v. hiring wl ads reply
. s-r Uu fiiries or diOdhool days."
a. a. a.
Keeps tlie Watei Ultty.
Senator Palmer has n lake on his Mich
igan farm stocked with carp, and wiOiea
! hialn't. He calls them the "box of the
ea," became they wallow and burrow In
the mud icl ecp the water continually
dirty lie lias tried to seine them out,
but cannot do so. Chicago Herald.
One Chicago woman asked tie bTt
her cx-husbaad sent to lail for not
paying alimony regularly. Ew if
tease, which was pronouaced food,
itai (list she bad married again aa
hour after getting bar daciMOs U-Torca
A Ca,e tor Tails t
A lat reverend gentleman who resided 1
Terkshtst and was, as well known for his
sreeetricity as bis talents one day sent his
a, a Usy lad about 13 years of age, to catch
his hone. The lad went sauntering alony
with a grain of corn in one hand and a bridle
In the other, dragging the reins along tLs
ground. "Thomas," said the father, calhm
of tar hira In a very solemn tone of voice,
"coass- here, Thomas, I want to say a word
to you before you go." Tho lad returned,
sad the parson proceeded: "You know,
Thomas, that 1 gave you a great deal ol
eounsek You know that I have taught you,
ksf ore cloUng your eyes, to say, 'Now I lay
M down to sleep,' etc, besides a good man;
ether things In way of explanation and ad
rlosv But this is the last opportunity I may
ever have of speaking to you. I couldn't let
U pass without giving you my parting
charge. Bo a good oy and always say that
Pwtty pra) er before going to sleep. I fear 1
shall never Me y tKi again." As ha said this
is a v ery sad and solemn manner tbe poor
boy began to be frightened, and burst intc
tsars with this exclamation: "You'll never
see me again, par
"No, for I will probably die before yea
get back with tbe horse." This quickened
Thomas' Ideas, and gathering up tbe reins L
ran am? raught the horse in less time thou La
bad ever done before. Loudon Queen.
An ami'ting incident of the iin
Brcasioni cscae upon the Chinese
mind by Christian teaching may be
Sthered from the following: "A
irgymen employed u Chinese boy to
assist in the kitchen, and, Sunday be
ing tha former's heaviest day of labor,
there was natursJly plenty of worl: on
Uiat day in tiia culinary department
It waa the first Sunday the Celestial
had Iteen in the house, and after the
dishes bad been cleared anJ cleansed
frexn the "afternoon dinner. All (Jot
weutwr to Chinatown, but failed to
return.1 Be learned a little English
and waiting ina the mission school, and
left tCe following note on the kitchen
table:' "Too much Sunday work no
good.' I go. Lamb of God. China
boy."' He had appropriated the lit
eral meaning of the third command
itt-Virtcaria (R G) CtoloniL
ta.sr so 3ase-r 8.ot
An Austin yitb, whose income Is net
put as extensive aa that of V'o&derMU's.
got a large Ink 'jot his coat. Heotleo.
friend bo a, jura could be removed.
"Toacu. get a, chemical preparation ror
twenty-five cents. Just soak the spot witr
it, and It will come uut.'
"I guess I hod bettor soak the wholo roar.
I con get M by soaking iba vat." Texas
A CaoawasstaifleB Derently t Be tTlshet
"iJow. George," said his rick uncle, "yo,
know tnat you are my heir, onA If you will
only behave yourself at college, do what i
right, study hard and graduate with honor
I feel that 1 shall die happy."
"Dear uncle," responded Oeorg. with erne
tion, "words cannot express my gratitude U
you nor the earnestness with which 1 shall
go to work." New York bun.
UU Money's Worth.
Mrs, Isaacstein (to husband at trtney Isl
and) Vot you sthay in dot water M wng for,
Mr. Isaacstein (teeth chattering sod blue
with cold; Dot b-batb vas H uotj-Uve
e-cenu mit no i limit 1 rtLay in so oug as
I o-c-cculd, so beilup lus! See V Auu.
M. Hiaafcwt tTOw.Sk
tstt before the a-seagrste,
Asa. as I watch the dytajg tfc-s
cTTs renin;-, and tbe beur ts late),
Old memories sad thoogtsts Insp.fw
Alone and lonely there I alt.
Watching a dying, glowing ember.
And trying, as the btt.e flames Hit
And dance about,rBc te remember
"he thing that troubles all my dreams.
And so torments me, sleeping, wakicg,
Until at limes It almost seems
As if my weary heart were breaking.
The Are dies oat The sudden chill
Butjnsies my,melencholy deeper.
I go u uarest, broodiog stiii.
And wishing cautel Obsl were obesr.
lis of ftegszarsty.
The fact that millions of ple rj
Jla-i&teiidom believe ia repiiLir liabits U
act good or conclusive evidence of the
orrectneKi of tl.e ns-umption. It wil
ke observed that all persons who turn
lieir stomachs into clocks or time pieces,
and eat ou time to the minute, gtcerally
become gourmands, bi t4omache,l. eal
twice os much as they need and die early.
Any person w ho will eat tliree meals per
diem by the clock, or take thrtt. drinks
ef artlent sjiirits regular every day at a
certain hour, or take a dose of opium
mornirg, noon ar.d tiighton time, tliet
will soon get so that they will drtnand
double meals,'' double the quantity of
liquor and, it may be. five times the
amount of opium. Every practitioner
knoWa this to bo true. Weil, yoti os!
what is the remedy where is your sub
stitute! It Is simply to eat and drink
moderately when you become hungry,
and drink when you are thirsty. Titers
ts no reason why the digestive apparatui
should be run on time like a railroad cor,
and 'especially when there is cot i
single law of nature which con te cites
in its favor. Vilson llacljonald is
HscaJJ of Health.
X Spirit American Lady.
I was recently told a good story about
a spirited American lady, for whom
titled female friend had undertaken the
defeat mission of inviting for her a
cumber of guests to fill her, house at
Ascot 'during the races. Among thes
guests were number-d seven mole 6cion
of the British aristocracy. Two of tbesr
personages behaved as gentlemen should
do, and were all courtesy and amiabilit;
to their hostess. Tlte otlicr five acted as
tha .British cad Is apt to do under any
drcumstances. and jrEisteiitly snubbed
lbs lady under whose roof they were
Staying. On the r m of Airs. X
to London. s!m was ked who Iter gucat
had been at Ascot. I had the pleasure
ef entertaining two ntlemen and fivr
Jen,' was her ans- r. This reply got
fcmail.and trtrj ot of the seven called
pes her afterward "" er-ress separately
-- b4r1lvtan-f1w f !,-. K K. l. V
torn one of the i , gcatlessejs Cor.
CAKU1ES U S. MAIL
Fai-e to or
Leaves Tombstone at 8:15 a m. to connect with Trains for
iouth Arrives in Tombstone I2:ooa, n
Leaves Tombstone at 1:15 p.
points East rnd West.
f ifGAGE J Passengers
Charles Granville Johnston,
vrromJEY and col-.vsi.llob at law
WiM practice in all the Court o.
C (5 Johkston. E Si- Yo an th oolr J
tary PaUiC in LochnecosBtr wbo hat c&mpUl wua
i rejj,iiiraii o, isc vcpAjTnvac sne lacrtiees toe
ONLY w1 can administer oaths in caiei coousf,
jelofc tb Lao.1 O&ct. Youri very rtspectfaUr,
SKfll W SMITH. Ream.
Notice of Dissolution of
Th copartnerhip heretofont ex
Isting benvoen G R Watt and C.
i. THrbell, und- r the firm name of
Watt A. Tart-ell, conducting an un
ilertat.intr business in the city of
Tombstone, A. T., has this day been
iisolved hv mi tiial consent.
The busjfie&s will hrrfalter be con
ducted by C. B. Tsrbell, who will
pay all bills and collect all accounts
due the late firm.
ii. n. WATT,
C. 11. TAKBELL.
Tombstone, Arizona, Feb. 5, 1891 3t
iVoiice to Ci editura
In the Probate Court of the County
of Cochise, Tm lory of Arizona.
In the matter of the estate of John
Notice i herebv given by the un-dersigni-il
execu'or of the estate
of John Clark, d ceased, to the
creditor of mid all persons having
daitns aiMiiiKt the said deceased,
prp'rnt thrm with the necessarj
vom h-r, to t i- undersigned, at hit
ffi -e wuh Jo Hoefl-r, in the town
if Tombstone, Coch-se county, Ari-
inni,, within four mmths from the
first publication of this notice, that
heinp the place for the transaction of
the business of sxid estate.
Administrator af the estate of
John Clark. iiceed.
Dated February 5, A . D. 1S01.
Notice to Creilitois.
IK THErROBATE COURT
Xotico is hereby given to the credi
tor of and nil persons having claims
ugainst the erLite of William Callahan
deceased, to pres nt the same duly
verified with the iiecennary vouchers
to the undersigned, at his ollice illi
U. W. lirvHii, in the town of Benson,
Cochii-e Cotiutv. Arizona within four
months from the first publication of
thiq notice, that ling the place for
transacting the btisiness of said estate.
Administrator of the estate of Wm.
Dated Jan 8, A. D. 1891.
One hundred and sixtr acres of land in thr
foothills of the Gimobua mountains, fenced
and under culnrition, raises finest kind of
fruits. Watrrpcrmaneni. A be-iunful tract o
land. ThefalifinTtls'T, alluWfd." Ap
pirat ihisoSke. tf
D. M. Fsur A Co's
IDoitraied, DcicrliiciTs and Priced
i For 1891 wmbemaiM FREE
Ito all appbeants, and to last mcaaoa'sl
cuKOBien. u I Dcttrr man crr.
should end for ft. Address
Z.snsTU Sedsaacn 10 tbe worid I
Mail & Stage Co
- I I 1 II iiiiilssssssssss-sj iiiiiiiiiiiiBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSJSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS.
AND AVELLS, FiCRGO
froiDQ. TaToarLk.. S1.SO.
for Fairb-mk to connect
delivered to and. from Stage office in the city Ire
A. COHN d BRQ8L
Allen Street, Near Fifth.
Imported and Domestic Cigar and
Pipes, Smokers Articles
tarGIVE THEM A CAT.1
Rooms En-Suite and Single, Spep1 , "''fCotion
C9 m jaiiii - i it oeie to pr V? 1
11'lmflHtTi Flvk.!t.i ,sr- Kiev tijou sud caltitatluu
111 iTlHfPV I JRlSt a v. .- rt o s..d.r r, Iran- lhv
J. M CASTANEDA. Manager.
Wholesale and Retail-Butcher,
AUssi trrt. S4IWHB Stk u tk.
I have a Large and Well Assorted Stock ol
Fresh Meats, Hams, Bacon
Bolognas, Lard, Pork Sausage,
Head Cheese, Corned Beef,
Eastern Pickled Pork,
Tripe and Pig's Feet
Highs! Cash Prios paid for Chqies Btfef,
Fork and Mutton sad Gsm sod Ponlrrr.
oMnRBss raaapTLTHLrD iid dklivkkkh t amy mbt
er Tt citv rstKK mr ..
If. E. LEA.
Ice Delivered atFairbank at ONS CEN '
Per Pound. Put on board the Cars
at the Same Price.
TEAM MEETS:. ALU1: TRAINS.
SCHLITZ' MILWAUKEE KEG BEER,
ESole Agent fox Csliiornfa Fredcrickt
f hnrKcf; Brer.
Iresh Oysters Delivered to anyoart of the country
25 cents a dozen.
IS ogales, Bisbee and all pointi'
with trains at Benson for all
and Fancy Notions.
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,ti of ,.iynoiei is y 5n
Al "r-SSt ANEDA. Prot "
MAM AMIS RA'U!V.