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rOxMBSTONE DAILY PKOSPECTOK. WEDttfcSDAX EVENING. FEBKUAltY 25. 1891.
- 25. 1891.
PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING
S C. BAGCiEJitorrand Proprietor.
One Year $10 00
Six Months 6 00
ThreeMonths 3 00
Delivered by Carriers for 25'centa
Pr " eek. j
CITY AND COUXTT OFFICIAL PAPER.
Frcb Ranch Butter troro the rnch ot-'
H Walte atTVolrotfa Cti Store S-7t'
When the smelting of zinc become,
profitable tlien will Cochise coun'y be
credited with another industry of enor
The impossibility of getting to or
Iiom Fhenix may be the cause of
much inconvenience to legislators,
who are not e'nabled to work intelli
gently mitnout the public opinion of
A Chicago real estate man says that
only one man out of ten who talks of
buying does buy, and out of fifty
women who will look at a house or lot
not over two will consummate the
purchase. He never counts a sale as
made until the papers are signed and
the money paid, and even then people
frequently want to back out.
It is probable that Judge Sloan will
be assigned to this district, which will
include Cochise, Graham and Pinal
counties. The opinion is expreed
that Chief Justice Gooding will have
the district, of which Phenix is the
center, as it is considered but right
that this district should be assigned to
A Syracuse man who wanted eotne
"genuine, home-made and unadulter
ated Bavarian beer." tent oer to Ba
varia and got two barrels. He was
hiagging-of the punty, when a die
ist arialyied the beer and lounu tne
adulteration seven per cent, greater
L .. . .. ...
than in the average American-brewed.
Something was said in a Missouri
weekly paper about Shakspearc, and
John Shakspeare, farmer, called on
the editor and pounded him almost to
death, declaring that he hadn't much
education or wealth, but proposed
that his name should go down to pos
coach horse balked on the streets
of IKwlon and nothing wonldtari
him. A man brought outXsmall
electric batten-, put on tlxf current,
touched the animal on the flank, aud
he got out of that so fjt that he ran
over two men and a dog It i be
lieved that the subtle current would
even move twelve loafers ofT a dep t
KKVKH FlPn Vi:ai:m.
An old well-tried remedy. Mrs
Winston 'a Soothing tiyrup lias Wen
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children f-Iiilc teeth
inc. with rjerfect snccerJ. It soot lies
the child, softens thf gums, allays 1 11
. .;,i -i; .,,i :. ,1,0 tuvt,
rin. cures md colic, and tl e Iwjt
remedy or Diarrhu-a. It 1- pleasant
to the taste. Sold by Drupels in
every part of the world, laenty-ine
rents a buttle. Its value is
laldft. Be sure and auk for Mrn. Win-
IowV Soothing Syrup, and take no
other kind. I
Knrklrn's Arnlra M'. I
The Best Salve in the world for1
rnU Brmses. Sores. Ulcers. Sl- i
Bbenm, Fever Sores, Cbappod IIintl
Chilblain. Corns, and all SkiD Ernp
tlons, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is cjnarsnteed to rivo
perfect satisfaction, or money refund
ed. Price i5 cents per box. Fcr sale
lij J. Tonce.
For and in.consideraljon of the sum '
of 1200 we have rold nnd delivered to
v- T. nnmnanr eiirht horses, and
mules, four wagons
and rake belonging to our farming
outfit on tne San Pedro river.
Hop Lee & Co.
Dated Tombetone, ,Feb. 10. 189L
DEADLY DHINK'NG WATERt
I'slvaraaJ EpM.rale Caul.
May U Amldtd.
Tvphoid fever rages every wh-tel
Wherever cities ru driven lent upot
rivers or streams for their drinking watet.
tlie (ever rages violently. Throughout
the entire South-wext am! North-west the
ells are low : tho water U ol very poor
quality ; and here also the fever rajes.
The authorities of Albany, ,-S'ew York,
Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Philadel
phia and other large cities aru warning
tha tieople not to drink the water w ith
out first boiling it to kill tho malarial and
' Mncly a winter of m.ilaria and typhoid
will ill prepare our poop'o to ncuuter a
sunioier of cholera.
Cholera and typhoid and nialari.
Havers n W prevented bysimiVt
I .ulna .-.f I, ft. iml tfmcA rr!l4 alimilil It
itudied by very one. Then! di-.e.i-e
are symptoms ot a low state ox tnetysiem
uroduced bv .he Mtiattxl blood.
This blood is tnado impure because of
the irnpuiiUee in the drinking water,
these impurities being deadly poisons
ahich paralyze the nerve action of the
kidnevs and' liver. When these blood
purifying organs are pJ.ralyr.ed, then the
natural waste of tlhj body the uiii
acid accumulates in the bUul, anu
fever cannot be prevented until this
sxt-esa of uric acid has been removed.
The greatest uivcssily of everyday Iif
Is pure water. Two-tlurdsof one's bod
is made up of water. If the water w
drink if impure, then linwranwe hope
U escape diM?aed conditions?
It is imjpositile. The etomach, livei
and kidneys cannot purify polluted water.
-ome cautious tieopfe resort to tht!
filter for purifying this water, but eien
the f.iter does not remow this po'.son,
for water of tlm most dea ily character
may pam through this filter and bet-onus
clear, yet tlie oion, disguised, is there.
TlicV wIioUmj filters know that thej
fjiu!.t become renewed at regular jerioils,
tor even though they do not take out alt
Jie impurity, they soon It-come foul.
.N'ou in like manner the human kid
neys ait as a filter for the blood, and it
they are filled up with impurities and
become foul like tlie filter, all the blood
n the system couri-ing through them be
comes bad. for it is now a conn"! .Vet
that the kidnevs are the ch ef means
whereby thu blood ;h purifie I. The
organs are tilled with thojand c' hair
like tubs, nh.ch drain the impurities
froo th bloo.1, as tlu sewer pijes drain
luipunties ftoui our hucs.
i a sewer pipe breaks under tb.e house,
the hewagc 'scai'i into tho earth and
D1U the lioue with poisonous ga; r-o U
sny of the thousand unci one hi. Id hair
like wvier tuleof the kidneys break
down, the entire body is affected by this
It i a scientific fact that the k.dneys
have few nerves of sei.sation ; a;ia, voir
seouentlv. di-eas inuy exUt in theft
jjrgnr.s foralong time and not le turpecli-i
lv the individual. It is impWiole to
filter or take the dea'h out ot the blood
when the lea-st derangement exists in
the.-e organ", and if the blood is not
filtered then the uris acid or ki.lne
poion, removable only by Warner'h sat
cure, accumulates in the s-ystem and
attacks nnv organ, pro lncin i nine nut at
ten ailments, just a t.ewer gas and bad
Mraiuae produce so many fatal disorders
Kiitney tira.e may ue Known 10 cn
ijxjtiere is any jr.aiua aejnn c jru
niarvhca!tii "without apparent knowA
caus and :t should be unit, rstrxxt t.yai.
that the greatest peril exU: and U in-lensili-d
if there i th? leat negl.-ct M
t.eat it promptly with tht g-ea'.speffic
Watnfr'smfe cure, a remedy that tit
receiU-d the highest u-crgnition b
scientific men. who have thoroughly in
vestiiated tho character of kidney da
Tire liver, ht.a deranged, inmdiafrf
announces the fact bv f'.l- skin, cou
BUJiatel Ixiwels, coa'iit tongue an-1 head
ifches; but the kidtiev when disuu-od
'struggles on for a la-ig ime. and the fa.
of its di-aw cm on.y le dt-'eovered b
he aid of the microscope or bv xUr
physician who is skiliul euu:;!i to liatr
the most indirect cfT-vts in tlie sst.m t
ht dcrangerae.-it of theso ora. as tf
Tiie problem whether a manager can
or cannot comiicl a vocal artist to ac-
( opt an encore has prolxibly not been
seriously considered hitherto. 1 cr
ormei-s arc. as a rule, only too ready
to respond to demands made ujxn
them by an audience or portions of it,
sad it can hardly haveoccurml toanj
one to conceive that an occasion would
arise in winch ?. vocalist would I
censured by his employer for not con
fding an encore Such an occasion.
Jiowever. would seem to havcariicn in
rounection with an Enclisli otera
' theatre, and the case, it i saiu. is cer-
I tain to come inlocouit. Tlicsincei
imsRuIaritr. and. accord
. p -,..", Ul'e Hne has been
:llst:nN bv the manajrers.ciit on the
h-fct rt n
of a private regulation, to the
rlfcct that any artist in its employment
refusing' to Like a call" shall be liable
ton fine in question.
We shall not attempt to anlicipaK
the decision which may hereafter be
fiven. but. apparently, much will de
pend upon the meaning attached by
judge and jury to the exprewMou "tak
ing a call." In ordinary theatrical
Tarlancen "cill" isMmply 11 snmnioiis
la the footlights, not a request for the
'.'petition of asong or verse. It would,
iowever, be almost a pity if the prob
lem named aliove escaped legal pro
nounccmenl because of the nicety 01
meaning here involved. It would bo
interesting to have it formally declared
whether an artist liasauy choice in the
mailer of encores, or whether he or she
murt concede them willy-nilly. Should
the latter conclusion vc arrived at.
aoniO -wjcalists will ticl thai a
fiarasiimiiasueen inrusi upon iaici.i.
1 K.il nlnr-trva m.tir risJIfrTinllll"! V Tlie
i Aim jciiancsmay nsencconiiiis'y nui
p.nCTSki publicalo would bo more than ;
Tver at the mercy o' thr. whose
Kis!iioa for encores n
'it di rimiu
I iUiij. loudoa Globo.
rbeai tk tc i coram oe4 trass to drowrr wb.
Aim! U sua joaa ion tad tea shallows dla,
And the uouudi of th. day tn bathed to rvit,
Aul Uio tUrs art lit la the deepening aky.
Then the trya toadi lift tbalr Metering erf.
And the criclru chimp their Tlreiajra,
At J I think at the 8ah of a firefly
Tbeao ore tha t alrtea of childbuol day.
Theu tl- weird owl hoot from her hollow aaat.
And bo lev of chattariac bats tf by.
And tlw frcs ia tha nsooalit laarth protest.
While taljtMs Ueaee oa branches Wch;
And otw the tree tops or. may tpy
11m ahlmruertnic talnUs it miller rays.
Act the wooJi awake aud ito great pin-., !h
These are the fairies ot ci tMhood j-."
Teen thenhlp-poor-nISs trlile their stem
And tho "cUprit fay," Uh a tear at hi eya.
Atcn thit tlie honest way b the bt
V lfei.lnj the fault that lie cast aanft
luvt ll.lo legion of w re thlo fm lie
li lie hollow hid w here Vte cold stream atraf
Ar.d Icavn siif to leaves a. they puek aud yry-
Thaw r tr UUm at jfl'-taood ear " -
He ! I-ibln iowttellow. yot r cap's awry t
And Katydid, dear, yoir sheet ere abkual
Uwt toT ie whtyreriof: iad$ reply
" - it ihs fiiriea of slilUliood dj.
A. H. A.
Jk Ia tor Tlaaky ymrrmU."
"People may say what the
about trashy novels," said a nervous
littto bright eyed woman tho other
lay, "but 1 must say they -ire better
Uian medicine fur me at times. 1 am,
id plenty of other women ore, a nutur
i worrier; that is, I am piven to bor
riiig trouble and looking ahead
ffith apprehension of disaster to come
. should have been born a. man, )
vmetitnes think, and tuascted with
tii3 world myself; but bitting nl honn
s I do. .ie mother of a family, nnd
luving- to wait and watch my hu
laiid try to lay up something for out
old age hi his own way. I easily fal'
into the habit of useless worrying
about the future, which tends tn
stimulate reg,el fr lnc i"1- an'
often, I a 5 sure, makes the prt-M-n:
unnecessarily unpleasant for thn
around me, " When 1 used to fall inu
such a mood a spirit of restless cncrg
would take poueiou of me and I
would work awav at uiy houM'holrt
Duties far Livonil wtiat my strftigtt
warranted. ily weary body would
then react on my worried brain, and
the result would be a total collapse
fiiim width it took time and nuising
'y recover. But I found a remedy at
.ast in silly novels. When 1 feel t
worrying mood coming upon me now.
t fall into reading them. Tliev keef.
tnu from thiukiiig, they soothe mt
into unexpected naps, they reiuire no
.l.cntal elrort for their com j-rehensioi
hey stir no strong emotion withit.
me" in fact, a short course of '.hen
induces u sweet torpor of the brain
Tilnch. wliilo no doubt not t" be de
ured in the voting, or in any tine us &
permanent feature, lias often proved
of incalculable benefit to me, and a
great comfort to my family." Nevr
tTiiler tt Snow.
Every one knows that Mrs. Stowe's
Dinah had occasionly a "clarin" up
time." when all her jioa-Ncssions rit
brought forth from their deepest re
ceptacles, put sedulously in order, and
kept so for a brief interval. Diuuh
however, was not very wise; she huo
not learned, like a certain other "shif
Its" person, to ht nature do hei
cleaning for her.
Tli ere is a family in a thrifty New
Eisgljnd town, which respects law
but has no regard for order. Durii.g
at least half the year, not only U :ir
'jouse. bu' the yard Is littered vi.L
Ajects worthless and out of place.
buL with the first snow, comes s.
"clarin' up time."
"I do feel so pleased to see the snow
rome down," said Mrs. Slattern, out
winter morning, as she stood at her
door, tossing tin cans, bottles, old
boits and other mbbUh into tho door
janl. "If "tvrusti't for having it a few
Witiths in the vcar. I don't know as I
ihould ever feel cleared up."
"What diirerence does the snou
nakci" inquired the neighbor ad
"Why. you see," explained Mrs
Slattern, "so msuy useless things col
loci i'.i the house, that I don't know
what to do with 'em all, so I just loss
em out doors, and the snow cover
:ni trp as nice us von please."
"But tliey aretficre in thctnriiigr
"Oh. r course, nnd a terrible eve
sore I her nre. but then, 'lisn't longbe
fcrw tho snow tmnici again and hide
'em. YouiL's Companion.
( jt-rstiiro is full of poetic declara
Uons of love, but sometimes the ring of
Imett feeling is lo bo found rather in
real life, Jcn.iieand Jim ure twins,
and inseparnL.e companions. They
walk to and .from school together, and
they play together, pore over the same
lossons at night. Both rejoice in thu
clo-c c nipauiouship, and neither
lr scis wf forsaking it for newer ties.
"Come. Jim. come along with u,
i-alhd one of Uie l"jys, as they issued
frtni JIiooI on a snowy afternoon,
"Don't hang round there waiting for
Jennie. She can take care of hcioelf
'I'crhapx she can." said Jim, stout
ty. "but she shan't bx long vs I've got
an umbrella nnu siie hasn t."
"Tlien leave it for her and cote
riling with us. I'd be ashamed to go
round with u girl under an umbrella I"
"1 say. Jim'saidanotber, "I should
think you'd get awfully tired of thai
sitter of yoursl"
Jim had been growing more and
more crimson. Flo seemed to consider
whether he should resort to words or
"1 toll yoti what, fellows," he burst
forth, nt length, "I'm not tired of her.
and I shouldn't be if tlu Jays were
' twice as long, and there were t ro oi
her lusted of one I
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Surely, no declaration coulc hacf
been more effective.- Youth i l.om
CAKKLES U S. MAIL
Fare to or
Leaves Tombstone at 8:15 a
South Arrives tn Torrbstonc 12:00 a. m.
Leaves Tombstone at 1:15 p. m. or Fairb-nk to connect
points East -n' West.
BAGGAGE oj JPaxscngcrs
ChctiEs Granville Johnsion;
TTOKSEy AND COl'NcElXOR AT LAW
Il'iZf practice tn all the Court o.
C O Jamxstos, E Sia: You are the only No
lar Public in Coch It couuty ho has ccoiphed with
tdc rcqturtmciiu of the Department and therefore the
QNLYcne hocus administer oaths in cafcetcoouec
xtore the Lad.1 Oflice, Vour very roptt fully.
IVMI V SMITH K-.--.v-r
Notice of Dissolution of
The rnptrli!rr!iip hcrotof. re ex
Isting betwt-en G. IJ. Watt and 0.
if. Tarhell, imdi r the firm iirre of
Watt & 'Pari. ell, coi. dueling an uii-li-rtaLlii
huMiitss in the city of
Toml's'i-ne, A.T.. has t'lis- day been
'is'olved l nn.ttiil consent
The btisifit-ss will In re Iter be con
lucted by C. i. THrhell, who will
nay all bill- slid cnlloct nil accounts
Itio the Sate linn.
U. II. WATT.
C. B. TAUUKI.L.
Tonibstonc, Aiizmia, 1-Vb. .r. IS'Jl 3t
the Prohnte Court of tht- "ount
T rriiort of Arizona.
n the- nuttier of 'he
estate- of Join
Notice i- hereby gtv-f 11 by the nn-
'ersiaiitd e-xecutor of the e-virtte-
t Jt hn Cixik, dere.sSed, to lh-
-rntilorr. ot ni'il nil p rums huvini.'
laims Kgaiiist the .s:l dfcei.Mil,
o pn-M nt -hem with the neccfsan
vom lie-iv. to the uiiib rsiflieil, il hi-
flice with Jo Uu fie r, in the town
f Touibs'oM-, C cl.:- couii!, Ar;-
ji-iim. wiiliin four rviii Irum t'n
ort piiiilii-ritidu of 1 hi!, r.oIK-i-, llii
-elnjj the pUie- Innl.r trai Se-c'i'ih o!
hi luilies of -id -sitp.
Adininihtrati r f tl.e state o'
Join. Call.-, riccrgfei'.
Dated Frbruitr. o, .A . I). 191.
IX THE I KOHA'IE; COUllT
Notice i h-ieby :ieii to the credi
tor of nnd nil peri-oii liiivinj; r-lins
againrt the -tte of William Oallahiin
tlei--cd, to piti lit lb'- same "idy
vcrilidl with the ne. osary vouchers
to the nnileti-iKnid, at his oilier with
(!. W BryHi;, in thf toun of IJrni"p,
rn hi-e ("'oiiniy, Aii7."in nitliin four
month from the lir-t pnbiicnlion of
hi- notice, lint ttini: the pUce for
(ranr'.iL-ting the businef of said estaie.
Ailmii.iiirsitor of the c-f.ie ol'Wiii.
I).it.I-Jiiii8, A. I). 18'JI.
t j it . i.r.
Cr.e hund-es! ami fiitr acres of Und is the
laott.ilis of the Cliinraliu.1 niouiuuri. frocuU
nd unjer cultivation, ruses finot kind o'
mitt. Vterperiajnnt. A beialiful tract
and. Thcfulleit imes'iga Uotd Ap
;! t this office. tf
II 1. Fsr & Co.
XUnttrated. DeinptJTe aai Pnctd
C 1U4I WaKEWOT f IlbW.
Ito a3 ?pEcant. tJ to lteaen a
Eeerr pencn iitinj uarmtm,
flxMT f fnUSrtJl.
itauld tead f-r it. Addra
I Larjen Sefair.en tn lh world
Mail & Stage Co
AND WELLS, FAkGO
from "F'a.irloa.nic. Si. SO.
in. to connect with Trains (or
delivered to and from Stage office in the city Frt
A. COHN A BROS.
Allen Street Near Fifth.
Imported and Domestic Cigar and
Pipes, Smokers Articles and Fancy Notions
tFRlVE THKM A HAT J -T-?
Rooms En Suite and Single, Special Attention
Rates Reasonable. Only Hotel in Benson
A. A. CASTANEDA. Proprietor
J. M CASTANEDA. Aianaeer
Wholesale and Retail Butch
llra rtrcl. krtnrrn 5lh "(! 4111..
I have a Large and
Bolognas, Lard. Pork Sausnge,
Head CkeesB, Corned Beef,
Eastern Pickled "Porte,
Tripe and Pig's Fret
Utche! Canli Pricf
Pork ami Mutton
r ti i. i
r Tin: :i rv i-hki- 4-
N'ev Hc-rfe. New Good, Everythin.
-illiiis '.i.skrta tib'-f Kt-.
rmiu liK-riamot to the r'loul Varl
Tlu Cohiiubi.i Iron V'etf Vf.pi coi
r.odte T'tnporariJy or l'ermcnenthj
Embalmed by the latetl procr
P&Si:hl orders left at Hare & I,e'a
livery orlire promptly nil ndrd 10.
Bank of Tombstone
Capital - - SI00.0C0.
Gvx Riciiot -0-!.
II Cakrel .
i. V. WiOD - -
- - rtesidrl.
Vil! Tratsact a Genera! Raskins
Cicaangc. Rcctire Dq usllt CoCe.t'On n.KO.
ikMmmjjamm JMau iLkimgui. jjutiuuuiuaiAjaamu niiTn,
& CO 'S EXPRESS
ISogales. Bisbce and all poim.-
with trains -t Be-son for al!
II ! tMI Htl'DV.
Well Arorted irtock ol
fur Choice IVof.
an.l (iHiie -i d Ponlity.
At II P II IX I 11! I T
NOTICE 0 CREDITORS.
c iiiplinnce r.iih Title III t-nti-
i!.-d ''AM-igniiieiit for benefit of creditor.-"
IIift! Ssiiiutis of Arizona,
noiicr is hnehy nien th.n K I) llioler
l.itely din htiMiie in the City of
Toinhsloiie- Anz-Min on ihc?e?nleen'h
d.iy of l--hrii.ir, A I) lb'Jl imiite tin
HM'tcnuifut o' all his property bolh
nsl nnd tierfonul to Ch:irle Ur.mille
JohuMon for the beiu-fit of the cred
itors uud thu ."aid creditor:) who rou
ronl to mirh HS-ipnment, are hereby
nuliiiiil to nnike known thtir con-out
in ttrilli'g ni'hin four montlM of I lie
d:ite he-ieof, aiid to lili-:i tli-linrt ct.ilc
ineitt of the p:rlicul.ir nnture ami the
uninunt of hi- or tln-ir liim xjrninut
the n.tid V. l, Ifii-hr duly vctitiid
nilhin -ix moii 1m of the l:ite htreof,
uiih rlie niid Charles Or.mtillc John
slon at hi otlice in the tiiy f Tomb
IMted lliij ISih day of February,
ClIAKLCD GSANVILU-: JOII.VsTOX,
Te. fceeefceew ri l
Xmm rr. A
1 .- tdrffcUlK
l - r. V..Uwrl'e
m4 rl y.. 4 li fc, .fe tl
ffllltfc'il.M 1 1 fcej -ee
Ftltaee eiei " !".
nr mA wdf.1. rirWMB free.
1 H.llaUcU4f C.,XaUkVl-Kim,.e