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TOiMUSTOiNE DAIJiT PKOSPECTOJ. TUESDAY EVENING. FEBKUAltV 10, 189J.
- 10. 1S91.
PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING
S C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor.
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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
Fresh Ranch Butter lroin the ranch ol J
H White atWolcotfa Cab Store. S.7U
The nswananer men live perfected
an organization at Phenix. Much
ool will result therefrom not only to
the owners, but to flic people who rely
upon the press to adterlise the coun
try in which they are established.
The Phenix Gazette, in 'pealing of
county division, reads its' tuo contem
poraries a lecture upon their efforts to
tecum the divirion of Cochise County
It says :
"If there was a scheme on foot to
diide Maricopa county, or nork it in
calculable harm, -we should taVe it as.
an insult, if the Cochise delegation or
the Cochise county ne.ucpapers, should
advocate such a scheme. Well, now
coming home to this proposition we
risk why should a Maricopa publica
tion advocate a measure it knows
nothing about and can have no in
terest in it? The representatives of
both Cochi-e and Graham counties
all men of probity t-ay, emphati
cally, that the proposition to divide
their counties, is a scheme unworthy
of the consideration of decent men
and th it it is only in the i-iterest ol
office teekere and town lot speculators
but, be this as it nuy, it is a que-tion
that concerns the delegation of Co
chise and Graham counties alone, and
any attempt on the part of the I'lic
nix prers to crea e disunion and dis
cord in the sections imriitimied, is un
called for and m bad turte. The i-o
pie of Maricopa counlj entertain the
w anneal regard Iwr both Cot-hi-e hihI
Graham counties, and -s ill nol te in
strumental in, or a pirty to anjr sucli
scheme that will teud to disturb tin,
friendetup.or in uny way work a hard
ship upon either. The disruptiou
couut lints and the dnioioii of coun
ties is a u"angerou practice to eaj llii
least, and, hetore ai. new count is
created, great are should be eXenis
eJ by Hie leitlatuie.
KB M-iRCirnn witii jihebjbah
TO THE SEA;
Trodred U tbo war O" toat' ortT oJnUlB
and rirouih morna. carrjlor knapaack and
run. alPt on bruh tear torp out of tN
mud. caught cold, from the effrcU of which
Ungrrinz k iiW coiasJ!.in.Ptio?,?1r ?Anr
ij i. rtnAd lo trr It. X tr-w Ix'Ulrt
w".. .r. ----- -.... ..... -.,
cored Mm. -AUrajra too lodcpcndent to at
cij countrr '"' pension, be coir y t
need nonri Ho befrd aao bij country, f
Iwd blnnelf ' Ccanamption a Lors-acrr
ull Fos -tcrot nla. la all It rjirjtod forms, tt
"DUcotcxt" 1 an unrqualed remedy. lj
cfcnwa tb ytem of all Mood-tatnU from
wheterer eaur arU!nr and cures all r!i:
and Scalp Ttmaum. s?att-rbenm. Tetter. Eep
rna. and kindred alltnenta. It la arnaraittee.
to benefit or eure In all diseaae. lor which 1;
la rrmsmnKM or rooncy paid for tf. wlL'
be refunded. r?old by dnilt.
CoprrijhU was, tx tVocurJ Di. Mxa AJS
DR.SACE'S CATABRH REMEDY
rurca ttie wnrct om. no matter of tow Joaj
rxlfjnwj IrlHini 4,uls throve IV f t
As I tit licit ..Us. aol the fire light dtra,
Ao4 yoj stand Ltie aala.wiLh jour ciirtt,Ur
SVllh your ralouii.t lira axd your rjeadlrj
A m here tluij ycu Eat. If I tsJi out cj
I nn alisost U-K that I touch yoa as&la;
Le the hinder scd sailor ho cprinsa fur r
that bo tee la hU madness, but p-lnss for in
IVjuk eo;iSo Lcovr theyaromad-Hlj youthlak
Ami do the deaJ t.io x they tro d:al tvtl n
I care not ' for I ihor.ld Ua viUlns to lini
Into mada or d&iih 'neitli lha i til of yoo
Jtnil 1 &a contest U crouch hen ct jour kLer
tn tho fleh you arc Urlant but v tu.t i X cur
That your bod U there, tliico your vi U win
A ,wtdt Is anis riafl niUiaril.
IUitTalo Hi.l is us handsome and
statuesque us ever, und since tils great
financial success and experience
nbroad has taken on a quiet dignity
which becomes him greatly. Hu
favorite reminiscence is touching the
(.ays when ho llrtt becamo an actor
with Texas Jack in Ned Duntlmc's
liiiowing how proud Buntliuo was
of Ins drama. Bill urranged with the
btagc manager ono night to reverse
vho order of tho acts, und proceeded
so play the fourth uct first, the third
wt second, tho second act third and
lio first act last Buullino had busi-
less in tho frout of tho house ,
.ookmg after tho admissions, so i
ij didn't come on till tho second '
act. when ho acted a small part, was1'
promptly killed off and allowed to go
out to tile frout agsin and coutit up
lio came back to tho btago to dress on
tbo night tho change was made, und
was horrified to find them playing tho
fourth act. Ho was dazed for a miti-
ite, but ho knew ho was sane acd
ber, and presently demanded au ex
"Wove smitcu, saiu uiii. 11 go ,
oiouotouous plaviug it tho other way i
all tho time." !
' But you'll ruin everything," de
clared Bunthnc, in a frenzy. '
'Nonsense." said Bill, 'they'll never
kiow tho difference." ,
li'd tho public never did. -Chicago
V.n tders of the new spnTK of tho daj
nn t fail to be inipresotd witli the. fact
Ujat the modern ixhertiwer i progressive
lie is compelled to lie, ciseccnipetitor''
aiore active in the in-enuon of new ad-
Tertnt; devices, will outstrip ima in
The lue of printer-.' ink judiciously
tnd n lentiGcally eniloyed lannot Iw
overestimated , it is the medium when by
a ineriKrioas diccocry is raisid from
lotal fame to a position in the rubhc es
Ipem. Hente the columns of the news
papers are dail ued by hi Us of advel
tiivi- and in the ocruptiiion which if
induljre.1 in to u'ta n the de'ired end,
t)je leader is fleniiu.c amused.
The Kieatcstof American alvertiers
Mid it c av as well be .aid m the world
U II II 'Warner of lUwhehter, S. Y.r
a ho-e name has U en made everjwhere
lauiihar in c-onnext on witli W-ruer'e
Saf e ( ure. widely a'U-itised because ol
it merit in the "present on and cure of
Uy 'printirV ink this great discovery
has achieved world-wide vopulanty ai.d
thousands feel prateful'or tlie knowle-'ce
thu-i auired vl this greatest of modern
rtmediee. .... ,
r urthermore, the public has been
Uusht that dtxrdeir of the lunK, brain,
heart and liver which hae hitherto beeo
IffiTnct? .Aln UScx:
a 1 a. a.l V. ,J. livA'ayLinn
but are the o tend
ea ol the kid
M1II1II lve His
!., Litfrirar frfifn
l r..Minrvl to health t.v Warner's af
Cure, whieh will remove the trno causs
of those disorders by restoring the kid-
ut, - hnaltliv at-tmn
Tlie ilvcrt'in mtlioas empioj r- or
,rrtimiiit. wiucu waa not at nrsi
supposed to be P'irh, there isneverthe
less no tune lest since useful infurmati i
is invariably sained concermni: hia'i
I think lime. Mod jeska is tho ts1
genuinely religious woman I ever
met. Sho is tho truest kind of a Chris
tian. A woman of singularly gentle
disposition, she never has a tvord of
harsh comment or criticism for any
body. I was in her roomsone Sunday
evening and wo were waiting for Jlr.
Ilenley. Mr. iicniey waa late.
.fm. .-. :.rfia,(;iin,. r..i
I l. .:-l . !. r;c,I tn lw Vioro n
Ali4b AS JU UM1UU1. auu.w. u.-m
n quarter to C o'clock, and now it is
sho paused a moment, an4
"Thero. I havo been abusmrr him.
tnd I've just como from listening to o
vrrmon on charity, too. I must .apol
ogize to him when ho comes."
And she did. San Francisco CalL
Split IU SIdea.
Two Irishmen were engaged
splitting' rails in Australia when their
employer overheard the foUowinj
Tttmiv nnnlication of a metanhor:
"..i Trr . . . . . , .
uiui, my lOKeri cxciiuiuiu x uuu v
Burn, ns he drove a wedgo homo with
peculiar ctTect into a Iaxc block of the
"Are vou making him laugh,
Paddy P asked Jack Gal way.
"Laugh is it" rejoined Paddy,
"troth, I'm making him split his sides
laughing." Youth's Companion.
ii,V , r, ,t l: 1 T1-..1.1
In the lexicon of youth, which fate
reserves for a bright manhood, there
is no such word a lull Bulwer
iug simptotns Oi -us- " - o3 """ I" " ";y --
nei therefore, Ui. con- uno surgeon maiiiiaineu iiuu a
..iKjplectic, paralytic, ami tn is nut cu-- . . - ui.u a t-i,
t,,v:iM disorders can norarv re'.ei is mven. tlie sa,... as is
Ui:s greatest ot anvertisero iu .-"V acutely so in the last ttiree vcan. Ills
ftalruttive and, although the read-r may naniLoma benevolent face'lil up with
iomtume ra ", "--. cntisf.ii'tinn wlion 1 relat.-a tlie
tTomeUlan aud rhlloophi 1
Somo years ago students of tho Co i
hitnbia Law school, Now York, no-1
ticl that every Saturday morning a
ttranger occupied a placo in tho hall
dexotcd to the literary course. Up
was a fitio appearing gentleman ol
10 yiyrs, apparently, wuo listened to
the lectures on litcratuiv ivith great
AtU'tiliou and took voluminous notes.
'.Yeek after wtnik and month after
mouth tint quiet but evidently well
trained -rriiUcnian was seen in liisac
custuiiieJ nlace Ills I'l-eseneo ecited
no little attention, and his identity no
little conjecture. Ills mobiles and
smooth shaven face looked strangely
familiar to tho students, but they
couldn't "place" it.
Sudden)) on, one day, a boisterous
yoi'iig man who had attended the tho
uli theiutfiit beforv startled everybody
in his neighborhood by exclaiming in
an audible whisper.
"By George t I'll tell you who thai
quiet fellow is."
And he did. It was Francis Wilson,
the comedian of tho Casino coniiuiiiy,
who was improving his shining hours
in u way that would have douo credit
to a philosopher. And yet wo see no
reason why a comedian should not be
considered a very jovial philosopher
In mi almanac for the present year
I find the following interesting par
ticulars regarding tins delicious an(5
highly prized fruit Tho nature ol
this creeping plant is thus noticed by
Shakespeare, who says, in Henry V.
act 1, scene 1
The straw berry ffrowa uoder&eath tho neule.
And ahuksoriM, terrira thrlva and rlpeo txul
Neighbor d b) fruit of bofesr quality
Tlie same poet, m a passage which
iio has verified from ouc of our ok'
iistonaus, has preserved a fact In
which it is proved that this fruit liar
been cultivated in lxxidou ut least
ever since tho reign of Richard III.
for. in tho piny of that name (act ',
scene 4) G looter thus addresses the
Bishop of Ely:
My Lord of Ely hra I aa laat In 1 1 cl born.
1 Fan grod straw U?rrie lo your ardeo there.
I do bejfcvch you stikI for aoin of them.
An old writer has made tho follow
ing quaint observation on tho straw
berry "God might have mado a bet
tcr berry than the strawberry, bui
certainly ho never did," Newcastle
A KIwtMso. bOY S A.1L fO SCIENCE
ll llelp Ilr. nyr to Dlxoier h Cur
fur Lcotnotor Atuxia.
As an. iiunccd in Tlie Herald's cable
diiutch . a euro for tho dread disease
knuw u as locomotor ataxia lias been
recently put to practice in Europe. It
t alleged that Dr. Motschutkowsky,
of Odessa, is the tlixcorerer of the new
tieatuient. tv Inch aims at curing the
curuturcof thespiual column by bus
(lending the patient.
Dr. Lewis A. Sayre, of this city, is
accredited with having invented the
apparatus in use which was described
in Tlie Herald, w hcrebv the patient is
lifted from his feet -Mtli tho object of
elongating the vertebral coin inn.
1 called on several eminent surgeons
vesterduy. with a view to obtaining
their versions of the new cure of loco
motor ataxia, and failed to find one
1 who could disclose tho secret. They
I all p.cknowlcdgcd they efficacy of the
treatment pursued by Cliurcot. admit
J ting that it is due to the process of
suspen-ion oy ur oay res instrument.
Vunous theories were offered In expla
nation of the rt suits attained, the mirt
plausible one being that a straight
emu" of tho snine removes tho clamp
I like pressure upon tho nerves and thus
, permits them to .open .communication
securwl in cases of neuralgia
stivtr rung the nerves.
j J) . gayre was in bed when I called
on lum, liaving been a sufferer fron
rhrmnatism for man v years, and moi
of my visiL
I discovered accidents i
If. several years ago.
said Ilr. bu' re.
the straishteninjr of the spine
produced a salutary effect uty n tuc
locomotor ataxia, which meat .s an in
.ibihty to uiS the legs. A boy w.n
brought tome suffering from a curva
lure of the spine. His parents were
poor and lived at Chatham Corners
They supposed I could cure lum in
one'tnp. As tho little fellow was ic
great suffering 1 determined not to let
him return home without relief, my
intention being lo givo him a plaster
jacket, with instructions lo return
when ho liad crown a few montltt
I wlion no liaU crown a
r , .
As I lifted the little fellow, holdin;
him with my hands beneath his arms.
I noticed that ho began to Lick.
" "That's funny,' I remarked. 'How
tljc devil could he do that?'
"In n few minutes the jacket was
ast and I laid tho boy on a lounge in
my oflice so that the plaster could set
hard. I went out for a few minutes
md on returning found that tho lad
had left the couch and gone to tho
window, to my further surprise. Un
giving this peculiar caso deep study I
came to the conclusion that by hold
nig the boy up and thus straightening
'lii' spine the hitherto impeded circu
lation of the blood had been startec
mil given his legs free action. Anc
tliat seems to be tho caso in all in
Here Dr. Savro bent his thumb la
illustrate tho effect of a spinal curva
turc. He said that by susjicusion the
. epino is straightened and that tht
I nerves ore relieved of the pressure due
1 to the curve, as, for instance, whontht
thumb is lntat the joint. New Yorl
ii' in ma lAm: nun ttrvu in r iiidip nfimii
s JB: 7rrgf5 sf- , . W'.-SmiaL
r.- - - r Va.. .-:- zrrj2&3!!E&&i E3&mm
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Fare to or from "F'a.ir'oa.nls.. Si-SO.
Leaves Tombstone at 8: 15 a m. to connect with Trains for ISogales. Bisbee and all points
South. Arrives in Tombstone 12:00 A. ji.
Leaves Tombstone at 1:15 p. m. 'or Fairb'tnk to connect withw trains Dt Be 'son for ai!
points East rnd West.
BAGGAGE oj Passengers delivered to and from Stage office in the city Int
Charles Granville Johnston,
VTTOK.VKY AM) COfSSKlXOK AT LAV
If'iH practice in all Ih? Court! o.
C G JnilKSTOH. Eo S
Yon are the only o
try rubhc in ' ochis county wro hxi cemplied i
the repurcmerts of the Department and therefore the
ONLY oe wiii, can aunuiuier omo, in t&v, turainK
before the ln Office. Your very reprctfull-,
Htl SMITH Knm.
Notice of Dissolution of
The copartnership hereti.fi re ex
Utilt betwceii G It. att a.d C.
13. Tnrlell, ur d r the firm 'iaire of
Walt & Tart ell, coi due Mi j; an un
drrial.iiit; hunnr-N in the citv of
Tombstone, A. T.. bos tni- day 'Wen
tlio!vd hv mutual cofifpnt
Tlif business will hrraltnr beon--ucteI
bv C. 13. Tar.iell, who will
n a'l bills and collect all accounts
di e th' inte firm.
O K. WATT.
0. It TAUIIKM,.
Tombstone, Ariromi, l-b. 5. IVJ1 .It1
Xoticc to Ct fill tors
In tin- Probate Court of tbt rkunt
of t'oohise, Tern'orj of Anz.n ,
In tlie mailer 11! 'lie estate of .folio
'ark, KCPa J
Notice- 1- Imretn niveti hy tb un-
irtn(fiiit exeeutor of thn estate
I J h' Clnik, liftkSed, to ih
r, ditorh i.f and all j rson hat int:
Uttns n:aii.st the said deceased,
10 j its. tit them with the nece-san
iru her, to the und- riened. t his
fli e wiin Jo. Hi fl-r, in tSe tfwn
'I 1 mbsione, C'ipli r- crmit, Ar--
z m. unhm four in tiit from thi-
hrM piiliiiration of this notice, that
1 3 the plnre for the transictioii of
lie hum e s of sid estate
Administrator af lie estuie of
.1 ihn C'r!. occraer!.
Ilited KibruftM S, . D. 1.S91..
A'otict to Crt'tlilnrs
rx THE lltOIUTE COUUT
N-iiite i" hereby piten to the eredi
tnrs of ami all perum having rlaimr
agni isl the estate of William Cxlinhxii
tlece.ised, to jirefenl the t.tnie liulv
t-ritied mth tho neernry ouchr
lt tl e underMned, .11 his oiliee uilli
(!. V. llrynn, in the town of ISetoon,
Cocl ie Ctnin'x . Arii'iia vnbin futtr
tuoutliK from the firt piihtiiniion of
thi nolire. Unit Ixini; iho place for
transacting the busincr-, of raid estale.
Ailuiii.istralor of the estafu of Win
Dated Jan 8, A. I). 1S91.
One hurdrcd and sixty acres of Und in the
foclb Us of tfjC-Cbliiciliua mounulrs. friiced
Atid unecr culmation. raises finest kind of
fruits. Watrr permanenr A leauuful tract ol
Und Tbo fubest Invesoga aliowed. Ap
j ply iicffite. tf
D. M. Fiiii & Co'a
Illtuirated, Dncriptirc and Priced
For 1B91 winbemined hKC.C.1
Ito aD applicants, aad to last acatoa't I
Icustomcre. itltDctter inaacrcr.
l,Terr pcrsoa stuif uraem,
fUirrr tr fulJ St til.
should scad for it. Address
D. M.FERRY CO.
k Lareest Seedsmra in the world J
Mail & Stage Co
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Fresh fieats, Hams, Bacon
Bolognas. !Lard. Pork Sausage,
Head Ciieese, Corned Beef
Eastern Pickled Pork,
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Hi(?het Cah Price paid f r Choice Beef,
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Soe Agent Cl?'o.
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