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Fresh Ranch Butter from the rnrh oi j
H Walt atWolcott's Cuh Sinn. S-Ttf
San Carujk i to he imgsnnc
machinery, artesian wells, etc. Tho
appropriation bill allow 125,000 fo
that purpose. The whites of Arizona
will soon wih Ihat they were red men.
The cigarette manufacturers have
formed a trul. If the government
could be induced to teitcb ilie Apaches
to smoke the product of the trust our
troubles from this source would soon
be at an end.
Thirty five type-founders have
pooled their business, and the news
papers will go along just as usual, cut
ting each other's throats. Erry man
for himself and thedewl take the hind
most is the publ slurs' motto.
The only way lor the whites of Ar'-
zona to get appropriations for irrigat
ing experiments is to get out on the
war path and ''whoop 'em up." Uncle
Sam has degenerated t that exlen'
that he turnadeaf ear to the silent
majority and turns the other one to
the ruler of Hade.
The Star favors coun'y diiion of
Pima county in the followine word.
"If t-ouihern Pima wants a new coun
ty and the inhabitants thereof can
stand the expt-nse, let them have the
county, and if they should be given
this responsibility by the Legilature
their fust aim should be to prevent
the politicians from getting control ol
v k TVr. rlrT StA IIM.
An old well-tried leinetly. Mr
WinslowV Soothing Svrup has b-ei
Ui"el for over fifty y ar- by million- ot
mothers for their children while te ill
ing, wi'h erf-ct siii-cee Ii sooili"
iho M.ll.l aofiens the LMlnl?. lUvn ill
...W ......f c
pain, cures wind colic, ami i" the bc-l
remedy for Di.irrhoe. It it pleasant
to the taste. Sold bv- )rugi:isiK in
every part of the world. Twenty-five
cents a l.tile. Its value U inntlrii
lable. Besiirennd n-k for Mr-. m
slovvV SooilriiK Syrup, ami take no
The corner fUine of the Mexican
custom house at Xogales was laid last
Rnrklen'H Anilra le
Thb Btrr Salve in the world for
Cots, Brnises. Sores. Ulcers. S.I'
Bbenm. Trver Sores, Chapped Hnd-
ChilhUm-. C-rns. and nil Skro Ern
t.on,and po-ilV'ly cures Pile, or
pay required. It is Knrn'e.ed to giv.
perfect stifcti.n. or money refund
e4. Price 15 euts per b .X Fe-r ale
by J. Yooee.
For and in con-ideriion of theuni
of 300 we have -old und delivered !
Yec Lee Conipiny eiilit hordes ami
niu'e--, f''ir wagotix. plows, ha row
svnd rakes U longing to our farming
outfit n Ihe Sau Pedro river.
Hop Lke & Co.
Dated Tombstone, Feb. 10. 18'Jl.
If you want fine straight whiky, ol
the most celebrated brau.U. drop i"U
the ony Saloon nnd satisfy jourrelf
that this is true. The Pony also car
riee the finest brands of domestic an J
imported Brandies, Wine, Ales, Por
ters, and all kind of l'q- Ice
Hold Drinks of all kind a specialty.
The Carmen Key West Cigar is the
finest for the money to be had in An
xona. St. Louis Anheuser Husch Lager
Beer on draught t all time. No f-
orites. Come all.
Witt, what tad heart. O lore, I aay
Tbs word Ibal cam ma blUsr pass
With what sad neart I go awmr
VTbo know. snail 1 return agalnr
And jet. O kT. tber must be tpoVra,
Tho life are. srracked sod heart are fcrolns
and so. adieu, my lore, adieu.
Believe me. I caa Mf co more;
My We b full of lore for you
It bold within no other lor.
And yet. O lore, I uy adieu
To keep the world and giro up you.
And many a day and many a nisht.
Tbe heart will acne and tear will blind,
Tor all my life and lu delisnt
Are lo tbe world 1 leare behind;
And m, adieu, my lore, my own
l face tbe bitter world alone)
Cut you will mill me. will you not!
Mavbip a much a I will J ou;
Tu not so eaiy an you thought
To sajr "Adieu, my lore, adieu?
For If we stop to count tbe cost
Without the on- the other Icutt
-Oeorce Umot Harris In IVcaiaa
The Number of tbe Star.
The total number of stars on can see
will drtx-nd very larcelv upon tlio clear
ness of the atmosphere and the L,ecnnes
of the eye. There are in tho wholo co
letted phere about 6.000 stars vUiblo tc
an ordinarily good eye. Of these, how
ever, we can never 6ee more than a frac
tion at any one time, because a lialf ol
the sphere is al ays below the horizo.i.
II wo couia s?e u Mar iu mo iiui u"
easily as in the zenith, a lialf of the
whole number, or 3.000, would be via
ble on any clear night. Dut stars neat
the horizon are seen through so great a
thickness of atmosphere as great ly to ob
scure their lisbt, and only the brightest
on can there be seen. As a result of
this obscuration, it U not likely tliat ruoix
than 2.000 stars can bo taken in at a sin
gle view by any ordinary eye. About
4.000 other stars are so near the Soulh
pole tliat the never rise in ourlatitude.
Uence. out of C.OOO supposed to bo visi
ble. only 4.000 ever come within rang
of our vUion. unless no mako a jxn-j
towards the equator. rrotessor t- a
Uolden in Tho Century.
The Ineyards of Trance.
The prize of 8G0.O0O oflertd some
years ago by the French governi"ent to
any one who should invent n remedy Tor
that destructive disease of tho viDe.
phylloxera, lias not yet been awardL
although experiments with some of the
remedies proposed have yielded encourag
irg results. The losses caused by this
Irsease are enormous. About one-hall
o the vinevards of France have been
totally destroved by iu Mr. Itoosevclt.
.xir consul at Bordeaux, reports tliat the
loss caused directlv bv the destruction of
ones U thus far $1,440,000,000. to w luth
J.ould be added more than $TCO,000.000
iin-tided for w.ne and dried grapes im-
porteU to make good the snortJge. rai-ius
the total loss $2,000,000,000. Hie vtlue
of wine imported into France, to be
"doclored" in various ways for u; at
home and sale abroad as the product of
French vineyard, lias rien from $1.
370.U48 in 1873 to $100,000,000 in 1SS7.
New York Times.
Old Women In Canada.
Another point tliat lias often been im
pressed upon mo U tliat all the old djv.
actrs in Canada luok precisely hke Queen
Victoria, and this resemblance U aug
meuted by the uly fasluon in which
hev drvss their liair ou: of compliment
to 'her majesty. There is much more
lefrreiice in the manner of those in hum
Ue walks of life toward their tuper.orr
tlian iih us. Polite and civ il chop girh-
j-e not an effete institution in Canada.
nur nre rcsi:tful servants unknown.
Tlie street car conductor, who touches
bis hat respectfully when you signify
your stop to him. was such a surprise tc
me that 1 did not recover from tho shock
for elavs Edith Sessions Tupper.
The TurLI h Sultan's Laundry.
riic laundry where all ihe linen frorr
tbe Dolnia Ujgtche palace is washed U
under the direction of a man, but the
work U all done by women. They liavt
uo washloatds and nib the garments u.
their liands. They do not bod tbt
clothes at all. and they are white at
mow. They wash the clothes through
two waters and then pack them tightlv
in basket, covering them with tow els,
winch tliev strevr thickly with woou
ashes and sbced lemons. Boiling water
U tlien oured over them, andtlio clo;he
remain thus all night and in the morn
in are nnsed and hung out. New YorV
roUoo from Lead I'lpe.
It U claimed to be proven, beyond b
doubt, that water which circulates oi
Kands in leaden pipes or vessels, notonli
take up orUtlta of lead through me
cuanical actiou due to friction, but Altai)'
the metal, the result of this being gener
ally lead carbonate. According to tl
taust eminent authorities in this hac
minute eglantines of lead thus mlrouuced
into and accumulating in the system.
must ruik cmon tl.o causes of aix.:rj.
anJ elil'-ctive nu.nUon m Ursu toaus
Will Get Csnl to It.
"Why tliat sad expression, dear," said
bride on tho first eluy of her wrf-f..;
m as sue raised lr ?-ri irom her luu
band ne.uiJer. lo you resretr
"Ah. ruj. eLerhtiu." he rephe-d fer
vcnilv." it was, but a fleeting expression.
Vo-j dropped asltvj for a moment and I
tlKXighl I heanl jlt tho faintest suspi
cion if a snore." The Epoch.
Cupid aid the Roto.
Cupid, trooping to kiss a pew blown,
devry rce. was stung by a bee asleep io
lu heart. To pleu-e tho petulant boy
Venus strung his t?w wiCi tapuvc bets
ind plactee'. llong tho stem of the rose
se stings torn frail tliera. Tho Cos-uopohun.
A Ronea O Mist Brreac.
"1 will just tell you a story." said Mr.
Foster L. Backus, "about tbe memory and
reasonlnir power possessed by a horse on
m father's farm This horse was In the
aablt of making journeys about tbe neigh
borhood In charge of a certain groom, who
vfaa coarse. Ignorant, low and cruel Tfie
horso bad lieeu brought up on our farm
nd was erj good tempered and gentle,
but the groom's roughness and fondness
for laving on tbe whip confused him so
inuch'that he was not prompt In obeying
orders nometinies Theu the groom Wat
and bullied blm The horse neer showed
the slightest sign of resentment till one
day the groom approached blm In th
pasture tield JUe uorso was irce lor ti-e
Lrst llmo in the prassnee of his enemy
and he charged the groom A short halter
was around lits ices, ana ini groom
M-ized tlji and bung on. TLe horse tried
tu btril-.eTihn lth his forefeet: tritd to
O.le and kick blm Tb inaa dodged and
"ho'itod for aid
"The fihht -as dAperate and very ex
tiling 'the horse fairly roared with
rase Tho groom ww nearly fageed out,
and lu another five minutes would havo
been knocked down and tramplid to
death, ihen my father came on tue
scene He seized the baiter and told t'j
groom to run As soon as be was coat
tho horse subsided and nas as docile u
ever Now. I am satisfied that the horts
deliberately planned to kill that groom at
the first fa'vorablo opportunity See how
carefully he cboso the time and place of
the assault A lonely pasture field wber
lie bad his enemy all to himself He had
t.ver shown the falntot sign of vicious
ness before. The groom kept away from
klni after that, and the horse never alter
ward was kuown to exhibit rage If Lc
bad killed tho groom It would imve been
murder lu thelirst degree, for the element
of deliberation was there Yes. sir; horses
have reason, and they ha v memory also "
American Medical Student Abroad.
In regard to the medical edu-ation of
racricau phvsiclans compared withtho's
af nurope. I liavo been struck forcibly by
tho fact that our students seem to is
more practical and better ablo to grasp
and develop Ideas tfcan those of European
countries Especially In tho operative
courses. In Vienna. 1 have noticed that
tho American students performed their
work more neatly and thoroughly and
with exeater dispatch than the compara
tively slow going Continental members of
the class, and that while those from this
cbantry bad tosslbly bad but a three
years' course of study before graduation,
jet they were moro than the equals of
tlio Oermau stUQcntsoi snjears oiuuu
lug. I think this difference Is due to the
moro practical and thorough methods of
tcarhiag la vogue la this country, and 1
bchevo It to bo but a question of time
when, instead of us going to Europe, tht
continental plijsIcUn will be anxious to
avul themselves of tho facilities offeree
li t..o United btatcs
TLo present superiority of foreign over
American medical Institutions lies la ths
fact that all their expenses are sustained
Iit tho covcrnment. but If there was a
t-ndency on tho part of the wealthy to
eudow our schools, whatever doubt there
cay be as to comparative merit would
sooubosetat rest 'U-girding surgery,
one of Von Ccrgmann'a assistants, a man
known throughout tao world by uu con
ucction with the case of tbe crown prince.
has told mo. In the course of con versa
tioti. that l.o considered tho American sur
pern ahead of the world in ingenuity,
f aztical ability and li operative tech
c,tUC Dr A. "V L. Erokaw In Globe
Democrat. A Kotnantle Little Story.
A curious instance, w' .ch we think lias
never before been published, of tho ad
miration which an ardent and imaginative
reader may feel for Lis favorite anthor. is
t Just rated in tho caso of ayougmaa
residing In Florida, who had long been an
enthusiastic admirer of "Kathleen Ma
vourrccn Un learnmg tuat tue aumor
was a!ivc and In poverty ho vislteJ Dalti
core, and found in tho appearance had
cruvcr-ation of the old professor all that
b.s f.ncy bad pictured As bo was po3
essed of some means, and had uo ties or
l.vmg relatives having lost father cad
brothers In tho rebellion bo remained
sono time i:i Haltlmorc. and fiddly pre
vailed upon Professor Crotch to adopt
him ai his son. By an act of tho leglsla
turo of Maryland "his nice was changed
to that of Crouch, and the pecuniary as
sistance w hich ho has slnco rendered has
done much to brighten the declining years
of tho old composer. Ths action of this
voting man forme, the latest incident In
tho strangely romantic history of the au
laorof "Kathleen Mavourneen." Charles
F Adams in Detroit Tree Press.
S'1I1 or Irlf.'i Boat Women.
The women of theso coasts and Islands
aro t.1 skillful as tho men In handling the
oar end rudder. They know c verv sunken
rock end dangerous current of tlie Intri
cate channels between the great Island of
Aran and tbe mainland, and take tho boats
la and out In all weathers For many
years a Grace Darling of this western
coast, the daughter of a pilot who lived on
Eights Island, went out in storm and
darkness with her old father, nover trust
ing blm alone, as she knew his weakness
for the whisky This bravo girl nevcT
Cinched from facing tho wildest gales,
fearing that disaster might befall her
father, end the vessels It was his bus!
ncss lo guido to a safe anchorage, if she
were not at the helm Many a ship's
crew bcatinir about between Aran and
Owey swed its preservation to Nellie
Doyle Two sisters have taken ths post
r into Aran for many years past, their
father. John Naucv. beiaj now old and
lafirm. Voniaa s World
t Cotue-mmatlon Derootly t B trtsbeti
"Xow. Oeorge," said his rick ancle, "yo.
know tnat yoa are my heir. aa& If jou wiB
only Lehavo yourself at colleja, do what l
right, tnly bard and graduate with boner
1 feel that I shall dh happy."
"Dear uacle," respoodeil (Jeorgs. with re
uoa, "wonls cannot express my gratitude U
you nor tbe earnestness with wtoJL I shall
go to wort. . uiuu
Ills iooer VTorth.
Mrs. Isaacstein (to husband at Coney Isl
nd) Vot you stbay In dot water sv tea: tor,
Hr. Isaacsteln (teeti chattering od Wat
with coIdi-Dot b-bath vas t-t-vwty-fivs
V ixenu mit no Wimlt. 1 rtbay la so-ig as
t o-o-ccuki, so bsUop mSw y1
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CAHK1ES U S. MAIL AND AVELLS, FARGO & GO'S EXPUEfcS
Fare to or from "F'a.ir'OfH.nfe . $L5C
Leaves Tombstone t S.i 5 a in. to connect with Trains for "N
South. Arrives in Torrbrtone 12:00 A. 11.
Leaves Tombstone ar 1:15 p. rn. for Fairbnk to connect
points East rnd West.
BAGGAGE 01 Fusson$ers
Charles Granville Johnston.
tTTOKXtV A.V1) COl'KSKLLOR AT LAW
II'i'H practice in all the Courts o.
C O JnHMTOH, Eo Sll Yen i
the rIy ?
tary Public in Cocbiie county who hu cemi
tbe Tquir!rntof th DeArtmcQl snd therefore the
rjpf lY O" Docui aamuuuer cuins la CAkes coaniig
jcars the Lsn.1 Office. Voun very repctfulty.
fR.l W UITM K-.-r
Notice of Dissolution of
Tli copartnership heretofore ex
lt n:r l.e'wu'ii G. U. Watt and C.
IS. Tarhetl. unrlr r the firm nan e of
Vntt & 1 arln-11, conductitip an un
1 r r' Ht.iriiT bnMnoss in the cit of
I'ornbs'one, .. T.. has t hi", day been
Involved hv mntiitl consent.
The business vvill herenltcr becon-
lucted bv C. U. Tarliell, who will
tixv all hills and collect ill accounts
due the Ute firm.
G K. WAT I',
C. I). TAHIIKLL.
Tombstone, Arizona, Feb. 5. 1S91 .11
in ihr- Probulf Court of the "otint
of Oocliis.-, Tirnory of Arizona.
In the tiiHiirr of lh- estate of John
Clark, ilere-HSi tl.
Notice l herctiv siven bv tbe un-
iciiiiieil execilior of the estate
I J ho Cltrk, dneRet), to lb-
rt liitor-. of mikI all persons havhii:
lalins Hj:ninst lf siil deceitsrd,
o pr-etit iheai with the nece-s-rv
voticlir, to th" uiid-rigned, Ht In-
lh'e witri Jo Hofler, in t'le towt.
f Tombstone, Coch'se couutv, Ari-
zoim. within four months from th-
first puhhcstiou of this no'ice, thj
oeinj? the place for the transaction o'
lie business of said estate
Administrator af tho estate ol
John C'ark, deceased.
Dated Februari 5, A. D. J SO 1 .
IX TDEPB03VTE COUUT
Notice is heri'by given to tho credi
tors of and all persons having claims
agaiiirt the estate of William Callahan
dece.istd, to present the same tluly
verified wilh the iiece-ary voucnere
to ihe undersigned, at his otlico with
G. W. llrvHii, in the town of IJenson,
Cochie County, Arizona within four
months from the first publication of
this notice, tliit being the place for
transacting the business of said estate.
Adiiiinislrator of the estate of Wm.
Dated Jan 8, A. I. 1601.
One hundred and sixty acres of land in the
foothill! of the Cliiiicabua mountains, fenced
a d on er cultivation, raises finest kind ot
fruits. Water permanent. A beautiful tract o
and. The fullest intres'igi a limed. Ap-
p' , ?hU -tn e. tl
iv M. Fnir ft Ca'f
Ulutntcd, Dcscnptivc ft4 Priced
LTv IBS! i9 be BUtled rriCCI
lie n sppiicanu, sad la Isincawit'il
Iciastoiseri. nit Denersnanvvsr,,
Evctt penoa tzsisc uratw,
ylrrr t FiiUStrJi.
tbould send for K. AUmt
D. M. FERRY A CO.
delivered to and from Stasfe office in the citu Ire.
Allen Street Near Fifth.
Imported and Domestic Cigar and
BENSON, .... Arizona.
Rooms En-Suite and Single, Special Attention
Wholesale and Retail Butcher,
Allm Htrerl. betMi-eu Hilt iiutl nih.
I have a Large and Well Aeorted ?lock of
Fresh Meats, .Hams, Bacon
Bolognas, Lard, Poric Sausnge,
jSead Cheese, Corned Beef.
Eastern Pickled Perk,
Tripe and Pig's Feet
HiKhet Cb Price pid for Choice ImW.
Pork and Mntton and (tame hi d Poultry.
Kit-.ICH I'linifinn Mllfll
r riiK i'itv "!; - 'ii ff.K.
Bank of Tombstone
Capital - - SI00.CC0.
Gv. ResKOT -Ozrx
. V. Wood
- - PsejuVr.
- Vice President
. . Cashier
Will Transact a General
Etc.iince. Rerelve Der.Mis. follectior.s mde
wr Liquor Habit.
au7K wstur masts Mtrortase
D'HAIiTES GOLDEN SPECIFIC.
f . r Is. .. Is srtt.
rlra t td, wit It eat th ki
sawImSs of ta estlMit. ir
nteestsrr It Is sbMlaMly hsrml.s ssd wW .ffsct s
rrasa.9t ssd .p.i3r enr. wb.tfar IS. ptlrat 1. s
SAH.C It opCTsles ss ostetlr and with roes, srr
talaty that ths pst)nt nod.rte. bo laoav.uine
sad r S. Is !. hi. esniput. ff.rm.U0B u
cffstd. SS pscs hook o( psrtwvlsrs nros.
ti'.- ii..in n Nuisofi 1 1
-sj.jdans lis sbsjJk 3utssi3so
n II laipn.oirnvMJ u ojit.mllOt"
liawl iMamn Suiiri -wsnenfl
Ufqp qi JO uQltUM
oe MSjsn)tp isjnisaun ul sioo
Kit irs joj jtptni sats 'I
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usso sbbV ifltPrriWHBVX
Bl n m wi sasas ' '.. I . risasr
i.'ura!uiM , TS. tt. IMF.
r- 'sa. tsa
ogales, Bisbee and all points
with trains -t J3e son for ail
and Fancy Notions.
A r.AT.T.- ' "
Only Hotr1 in Benson
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A V I If 1
NOTICE 10 CFEDITORS.
In compliance nilh Title III cnli
'cd "Affipiuiicnls for benefit of cicd
' "" Hfi--l Sinlutfs i.f Arizi na,
11 :CP Ja I f.-. I., oi ,., V'PM rvr
lately doinp Imsinc.-s in the City of
Tombstone Arizona on Iheeevsnte'en'h
day of February, A D. lb'Jl made an
assTcnment ol nil hi proiierly- IkjiIi
real and personal to Charles (iramille
Johnston for the benefit of the cred
itors and the said creditors who con
sen to such assignment, are hcrebv
nntifiodj;,"i mnXe kno'yn rjir;fcaignt.
in writirg njihin four months oTo11-"
date hereof, and to file a elistinct etat?-J''
ment of the parliculnr nature and lht5i
amount of his or their claim against
the snid I'M). Hu-hr duly crifieil
wiil.in ix iiioirhs of the date hereof,
with tl fan! CImiIcs Gr.inil!e John
ston at lii-t ollice in ll.t- cite of Tonilr
UiSeei this ISth dav of
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