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TOMBSTONE DAULX PROSPECTOR. SATURDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 21. 1891.
FEBRUARY. - - - 21. 18U1.
PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING
S C. BIGG. Elitor atvl Proprietor.
One Year $10 00
Six Months 6 00
Three Months 3 00
Delivered by Carriers for 25 cento
CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER.
Frh Rnfh Butter trom th. ranch nt J
H 'Walt atWnlmtt'n C Stnro. S-7'
The Tuciinn Commercial Club is In
turned into P.ord of Trade.
Iti stated that one n( the items on
the (realist in the reciprocity Irea'v
now beine formulated with Mexico
is live stock of nil Vinds and that
Mexico will reduce its export dmiea
on nerjRaldOn which
susn uutv l now tci. Sa
The Congressional Record sho
that Murk Smith stirred up hornet's
nest when he made his speech on the
Indian question in the House last
Saturday. He was called anything
but a saint for his picture of the In
dian in Arizona, He handled the sub
ject without cloves and was classed by
one of his fellow member as "a worse
savage than nn Apache." By another
he was asked if he had ever read the
hence the s.
cites of county
division wilt be- on
An expression of opinion on this
question should le had at the polls
at the next election and at the same
time the otiiceis of the new county
should le choen, in case division
comes. A bill introduced at this s-i-s-ion
of the legi-Wttirc for the forming
of three counties out of Ochir-e and
Pima would be a proper way of pttinp
at the question. MuVe the diiisinn
as agreable as possible The eastern
part of Pima want to teeede from
that conn y; iIih eastern part of Co
chii-e wauls to cut ho-e from u.
It would 1m- Im-iut to rranne ibe
matter now than to hae i' brought
up and sallied in 'be umaii-fMCto y
manner in which it will be two jean
hence. Several jears ago lhmnlerlaiii t
Co.of Dee Miiine, Ina, cim-netic d
the nianulactiire of a. cough '"I, be
lieving it to be the twit prompt hihI
reliable preparation yet prudured lot
coughs, colds and rronp; that the pub
lie appreciate true in rit, and in time
it was certain ti become popular
Their moat sanguine hopes have been
more than realized. Over three bun
dred thousand bottle" of Chainiierlaiii'.
Cough Remedy are now cold each
year, and it is recognized - ''tlif I si
made." wherever known. It will cure
a severe cold in less lime than am
other treatment. For hale by II. J
A girl to do general housework ami
cooking. Good wages lo the right
person. Wanted in BUbee. For fur
ther particulars apply at tins olBce.
The finest trees ever offered for sale.
Most all bearing trees, three years old,
all kinds. Also Umbrella, Chiuci-e
Mulbeiry and Sweet Locust. To flow
er lovers who make np a club I will
sell my ever-blooming roses by the
one hundred at f 1 apiece, and give
you your choice. Also Flowering
Shrubs and Greenhouse Plants of all
kinds for sale at the old place, corner
Fulton and Second streets, Tomb
atone, Arizona, by
On Account of leaving Tombstone, I
offer my-lodging house and furniture
for sale l very low price. For fur
ther particulars apply on the premise-.
MrsjBelix Scli nay,
2 10 lw Allen street, near Seventh.
Autlclpst.ona r I.ltile
Turofil to lllttrme .
Animals must frequently ln surpriv
at receiving punishment "ir ttic
good" when thoy arc innocent of Into,
tional wronjr doing. Puss, in licr kltu-i
days, steals a bit of tempting 1Kb fro
the table, and has her card Ik xed. Si.
is a wiser cat from that time, a w ell a
a sadder one at the. moment. One en
imagine her retreating to tliu voodlu
to think it over after the blow li -.
fallen. Perhaps she bewaili her bj
fato and exclaims against lu crui-lty
uys tho Youth a Companion, as o a.
lo when wn have sinned through ignoi
ince, and not escaped the penalty.
'Oh, what a homely picture! cried
' Ittlc girl. ho was Uiting a scv.t
-unt for the tirst time. "1 am horrj yoi
ihink so." said that lady, frigidly. "Th
.s my own portrait, painted when I i
"Hut why need she have embltterc
my visit by telling mo so!" exclaiuit
the offender, long yean, after. ' I
punished as much as if I had wished u.
U Ik) rude."
A little hoy who did not know what it
was to feel the effects, of poison Ivy, one
day carried an armful of its autumn
tinted leaves to his teacher and lui.
them on her desk as a pleasant surpn
That morning she came lalo to school
and approached her chair just as tin
ijcaJ-misier had finished conducting
lovotlons. She glanced at tho offering
-n her desk, started back, and put hir
Handkerchief to her face.
"Who brought this?" she called, with
The little boy rose, proud of receiving
"Take it away at once," was the per
'mptory command. "The smell, th
. -ry sight of it poisons me."
Poor Johnnie, very much depressed
alhercd it in his arms, and deposited it
n the waste-basket.
V.f kMM clrl 1h tMctipr "tlif
.nltor might touch it. Go down and
j. it in tnc lurnacc.
VThen Johnnie, amid the titters of hi-
iSlow s. took his embarrassed way out o
S'room. All Ms pliasant anticipation
iil been turned to bitterness by th
uglifying fact that he bad done tin
I'orhio the most simply innocent o'
.11 rcjjindcrs from such unwitting cul
its, was one made by little Kitty Lf
ine day 8ho wai found In tho pantry
ated,on the floor, and holding a custar
nciirber lap. Alas! .t had onrt' been i
lt but now nothing was lift but th
rust. Kitty looked up. her lips smeared
nh custard, and Mm led serenely upon
i r discoverer.
"Nice custard pie!" quoth she.
low a Wilf 1'irsoD Captured
l.d I r IniT.
Xot so very far from Damanscotta
iv s tho Lowiston Journal, there is on
f the loveliest seaport towns on th
laim coast. It nestles underthe till!
jj that strangers who pass women oi
.! road and men at work outside of th
village wonder where they all com
from until a turn In the road shows th
litth village close by the ocean, vvlue
lauj'bs bai-k in amusement at their sur
r:- Here they still tell how L'ncl
K-rrv was won by the new minist i
Von lcforethe advent of Rev Clintoi
..lambard (although that's not bib nam
i'nile Jerry had long ceased coins t
(.hurth. He pronounced churches cost)
ma anccs and ministers wcll-dresMi
humbugs, "too tony" tp do any han
work. Young IUancbard w-as a man oi
i ry pleasing physique and attractiv
anners. It was not long before he ha
n the hrart of all his parishioner
pt L'nclc Jerry, lluttbe very things
ii U made him popularwlth others sei
cle Jerry against him.
.v ULinchard pondered. Jerry In
sudhlm lie decided upon a modi
.tack which he very prudentlv dis
Jed on the occasion of bis parishlon
i all upon Uncle Jerry and took cut
m circumstances. As Mrs. J rrj
owed him Into the sit ing-roo-n. ibi
jorof which wasajar, hc6awthatt"nrlr
rry and bis thirteen year-old boy were
ling to move a stove. Tho boy w
,t so stoutly built as most of tho fish
rmen's lads and was hardly equal Ui
ie occasion. Throwing aside all ce- -ony,
the reverend gentleman s epp c
the door and sam: "it mo nci
u move tho stovo, and began talcing
' bis coat.
'You!" and Undo Jerry almost
ropped his end In amazement. "Why
ou would get them whit hands o!
ourn all over soot and smut," g anc
ng disdainfully at tho offending mem
icrs. white from nature and not frotr
bstaining from hard work, for thev
:new how to swing tbo axo and scyth
"Well." replied the young minister
vlth his most captivating smile, "you
jave soap and water, I . ee."
Xo further objection was made. Tht
two men moved tho stove. Next Sun
Jay all S wcro surprised to se
Undo Jerry at church.
Unclo Jerry merely said ho "though
a parson as could move a stovo wouldn'.
do him no hurt, anyhow."
There is no danger of a cold result
ing in pneumonia when Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is used as directed
"Tor a severe cold." It effectually
counteracts and arrest any tendency
of a cold to result in pneumonia. This
fact was fully proven in thoustnds of
case during the epidemic of influenza
last winter. For sale bv- H. J, Peto.
Just received a m w invoic of
Choice old Port, Five year old Zl.itan
del, Sherry and Angelica wines. Also
fineat brands of fanr.'y liqnors at
bUUUISG A GRIZZLY.
Parson Honoyfoot'a Advoaturo In
Ills shlnt VrtM.lnnrtl, tlut llroln Didn't
buicrrd lu Making a Mrul of th l!uu
Man yiir Antlr of a
"1 never put myself up as much of a
hcar-killer," said Mr. (lcason, rather
better known as "Old George," of Gor
man's Station, Los Angeles County, to a
San Francisco Examiner man. "As a
matter of fact, during the twenty-five
years that l'vo been fooling around tho
mountains it has been my practice to
let 'em alono if they let me alone, and
if they don't let mo alone to climb a
tree and let 'em get tired.
Itut there was one time that I broko
my rule. I have roosted with tho fly
catchers more than one night rather
than get into a muss with a bear, and
I nev er thought it w-as my business to In
terfere when somebody else wasdolng tho
roosting, except this once. It was about
twelve years ago, and Parson Honey foot
was preaching around these parts, first
in one camp and then in another, usual
ly winding up hero at Gorman's on Sun
days, when all tho boys would come in
from the camps and mines after their
mall. I was coming down from the
Prazler mountain one Sunday morning,
and I saw right ahead of me on tho trail
a great big grizzly. He was across tbo
canyon from me, and as he seemed to bo
going right ahead about bis own busi
ness, I just sat down and waited half an
hour to give him a chance- to get out of
myway. Just about tho time I was ready
to move on there was a smashing in tho
brush where I had last seen the -big
bear, and tho blue burro the parson
always used to ride camo tearing and
braying down the trail. I knew him
by his having only one ear. lie lost tbo
other fooling around a buzz up on tho
Sawmill mountain. I waited to seo
what he was running from, but nothing
came, and pretty soon I Jogged on. I
was kind of anxious about the parson
and kent mv eve out for him. Alter a
little I heard bis voice shouting down In
a gulch off the trail, and right away I
found where the bear's track turned off.
"If It had been anybody but the par
son I'd have gone right on, but it seemed
kind of low down to shake a preacher
that way. so I took off through tho brush
in tho direction of the noise. It was
just about as nasty a place to tackle a
boar as you would want. Nothing but
thick manzantta and chaparn.1 that
made traveling mighty slow and hardly
a tree In range that a man could climb.
All the smaller trees had been burned
off in some of tho mountain fires years
leforc and now there were only some
little thin saplings that had come up
since the fire, and big old oaks and bull
pines that had come out of tho fire only
'Pretty soon I saw the bear. He was
chasing around a sapling, occasionally
stopping to claw at the tree and shake
it. Prom tht-upper branchesof tho treo
came the calls for help, and pretty soon
I made out Parson lloneyfoot clinging
to the tree away up among the leaves,
yelling and praying.
"Well, you ought to have seen that
bear shake around that tree. Every
minute I expected to see the parson let
I .. 1 .., - ..!. II.. Tnut Via Yi.ilil nn
though his coat-tails flapped and
snapped around like the lash of a ooach
whtp. I guess the grizzly kept trying
for fifteen minutes, then ho seemed to
give up tho scheme and lay down growl
ing to tbink up a new ono. It took him
about five minutes to get a new idea,
but when he did he went about carry
ing it out with a rush. Ho just got bold
of that sapling as high as ho could
hang his whole weight on it and bent
the tree over a little, then be began to
back away, changing his grip hand over
band. Of course, every step he took
backward brought tho top of the tree
lower, and I began to try for a sight be
hind the grizzly's car.
"Still the boar kept backing, and
Parson Honeyfoot was almost to tho
ground. I cocked my riflo and took a
rest over my knee, because it wouldn't
do to miss in such a place as that.
"Just as I was about to fire tbo old
grizzly turned his head and saw the par
son just behind him. no was so close
that tho bear simply let go and made a
"Tho tree, released from his weight,
flew up, and the bear simply got a leg of
tho parson's trousers, and the tree went
up like a catapult that's what they
called it, didn't thoy?
"It shot tho parson out ahead like a
boy shoots a stone from a springy shingle.
I saw him sail across tho arroyo with
his coat tails spread liko a bird's tail.
He landed fair In the branches of a big
pine, forty feet from the ground, and
thirty yards from tho sapling.
"That saved him. The bear was dis
gusted, but he went to the pine and
started to watch and I climbed up into
the sapling and from there pumped lead
into him so fast that ho soon curled up.
"The parson's shins were skinned,
but he wasn't hurt much. Ho couldn't
stand tho country, though, and went
away. Ho gave me the one-eared burro
and he's packing my grub and blankets
IIo! Fur ni.bee ! !
L. A. Engle is now running a fast
wro-horse rig between Tomb-lone nd
Bubee, leaving Toralxtone at 7it0 a
m. Mondays, Wednestlays and Friday a
ami Bisbee on alternate days, at same
hour. Orders lor pasoage or freight
to be left at store of G.-o. II. Fitta
Tombstone. Office at Biabee at
I Langsdon'oilore. V-iMi.
VajKVWSb-:JfUlB' - ' -Z!" JJfBfciS1y-" ' VmA(jSW'ffrlttllTIl'M' .j!?i5Ha"S3i'
CAKU1ES V S. MAIL AND WELLS, FARGO & COS EXPUKSS
Fare to or from "F'a.irloa.nfe:. Si. SO.
Leaves Tombstone at 8.15 a m. to connect with Trains for IS ogales. Bisbee and all points
South Arrives in Ton'bstone 1 2:00 a. m.
Leaves Tombstone at 1:15 p. m. 'or Fairbnk to connect with trains nt Be. son for al!
points East -n ' West.
BAGGAGE oj Fassengcrs delivered to arid from Stage office in the city Jtr.t
Charles Granville Johnston,
TTOENKV AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
SOTAKY rUBUC. j
TOMBSTONE ARIZONA. J
Will practice in all the Courts o.
: O In
tl MB V oa Are lh only
lAry l'obuc in 1 ocr te ounty w&o nu complied witn
hr rtaucmnt ol & utpirtsimtand therefore me
QNLY t1' wtuicin ajmintftter oaths in cae coming
iore tb to.1 OnSce. Yonrt very respectfully,
IKhll W SUiril. Kh-ikt
Notice of Dissolution of
The copartnership he retofi re ex
.tmg bet wren G. K Watt and C
1$. Tarhe'l, umh r the firm tiaire of
vVsit & Tarbell, toi.ductiiif; an un
lertal.niu bu-imss m 1 1- ciU of
I'o'niistone, A. 1'.. has t'n day been
is'olvcd by nvitiiitl consent
Tile hii!ii)er.s will herralter becon
uc'ed bv C. II. Trbfll, who will
v all bills and ci.llecl nil accounts
lue the Ute firm.
(S It. WATT.
O. IJ. TAIUIEIX.
Tombs'.oiie, Arizona, Feb. j. lb'Jl 3l
.Vniici' to Cit'ilitors
1 the I'rotiMte Court of the .'"oiiinv
of Ooch'fe, IVrrimrv of Ariz.-ns.
1 lite inciter of 1 lie eiue of .fv.l)II
I Utk, drreBH. t!
Notit e it. herel j;iven bv tbe un
illlittl exeru'itr of the entitle
1 Jib CixiW, ilnnMil, to th
'eililorf til iid all rers-nn liaimi;
Uiiiis Hgmitft the sid dicexsed,
to pre-ent 1 hem with the necet-snrv
voucher-, to the uiitlerMe,ned, Hi III
ffiee with Jo Hot tier, in t'le twn
of Tomb-toi.e, Cocb'&e county, Ari
z tint, within four iimnths from the
irt tiuliitrxtloti of this notice, that
letnp the place lor the transaction of
'he bustne-s of said ehtate.
Administrator if the estate of
Joint Clark, ticceased.
D.led February 5, A . D. 1S91.
IX THE PROBA'IEjCOUKT
Xolice is hereby iven to the credi
Uir of ami all ereonn having claims
Hpiintst the entate of William Callahan
tleceased, to prem-nt the same duly
verified with the nerc-fary vouchers
to the tindcrngned, at his ollice vvilh
(S. V Bryan, in the town of Benson,
Cochixe County, Arizona within four
mouths from the firet publication of
this notice, that being the place for
transacting the business of faid estate.
Administrator of the estate of Vm
Dated Jan S. A. D. 1S91.
Ore hundred and itjr acres of land in the
foothills of the Qiiiicabua mountains, fenced
and under cultivation, raises finest kind of
rmits. Water permanent. A beautiful tract of
land. Thefnliest inrestiga allowtd. Ap
ply at thisot). tf
I THE BET. f ;
D. M. Fnutr ft Co7. I
Ehwrstcd, DocnptiTe ttad Priced I
1 SEED ANNUALf
Tor 1891 wiHbesu!kd FREES
lo aQ appcaatm, and lo bit kum'iH
Wcntomcn. It U better than trer.V
A Xrtrfptnom ttslBC Grdn, B
fUwrrr FuUStrdi. m
B (laoM (cod for It. Address
d. M.rtnnr co.
m. BmoiT. mich. m
Mail & Stage Co
A. COHN & BROS.
Allen Street Near Fifth.
Cmporfced and Domestic Cigar and
Smokers Articles and Fancy Notions.
E-OTVE THEM A CAT J. -3
BENSON, .... Arizona.
Rooms En-Suite and Single, Special Attention
Rates Reasonable. Only Hotel in Eenson
A. A. CASTANEDA, Proprietor
.1 M CASTANEDA. Nfanneer
I have a Large and Well Assorted flock of
Fresh Meats, Hams, Bacon
Bolognas, Lard, Pork Sausage,
Head Cheese, Corned Beef,
Eastern Pickled Pork,
Tripe and Pig's Feet
Highest Cash Price paid for Choice Beef,
Pork and MnttoD an I Game m d Poultry.
ltlKltW 1'HtlH PTI.V r-lll.lll
or tiik riTY kkkk or 'I1K;k..
m m iioiiK
. JC. LEA,
Ice Delivered at Fairbank at ONE CENT
Per Pound. Put on board tbe Cars
at the Same Price.
SCHLITZ MILWAUKEE KEG BEER,
flSale gent for Callio-n'a Fred r eks
btir,; Keg B.tr.
Iresh Oysters Delivered to any vart of the country
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