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TOMBSTONE XAJLY rUOSPEOTOlf, KUMX EVENING. N0VE3IBEK 21. 1890.
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CITY 1XD MUSTY OFFICIAL PAPER
Fresh R-nch Butter trom the ranch '
H MThlte stWolrott's Cssb Store "'
500 colonists left KanMS last weeV
to settle in Lower California.
Mohave county pives South elecn
lajority by the onicial count.
The Weekly PuosrECTOR wad issued
last night. Send for a sample copy
ConUinaall the news of the week.
Only $4 per annum.
THfi census deparment reports thall
interest charges in the terntorit s hate
decreased from an average of 15.82 if
'60 to 7.03 in W. An Ariionan vili
not swallow this aserlion. j
The p. ice of silver is a natural n -suit
of the panic all oter the ea"
Stocks of the gil'-cdgcd kind are li
the swim with i-ilver. It will all I
over soon and priefs will rii-e.
The San Francisco Chronicle run
a column and a half ndvcrtUenien
for the Louisiana Lottery Co. It i.
daring piecp of independence dirrctly
in violation of the anti-lottery law.
Perhaps Wannamaker doesn't tackl
the big dailies We will see
God'rev Pyken anil Chn. McLm
left the Xt-edlf the other day in
Imat twenty feel lung to circmnnax
c:te lh- ulube. Thev go down
Color lo into lie Pacific and eii
to return to San Franeico in IS'
A ipeririiiw-irne of the mmiir and
ifnllf - I u-- lielt I"0' r
N (MIMIIW '). jl.l.'l .111-- .. '!
a iei fceidde tin- eicp(a-vn l.ki
lonunl the r-p4irof tlie tire plnp ltt
ei, winch are to be repaired by t li
lowest bidder. This idea is a wise one
The Prospector would suggest to th
new council that it might go a ste
farther and let the advertising out b
contract also, as is done in other citi
and in all counties, and in the Terri
tory. It would be much cheaper an
more satisfactory to the taxpayers wh
pay for it.
"SUjMtiEr. with reluctant feet.
TTbcrs tb brook and rirer meet.
Wonsucooa asa-esIMkooil Deetl"
Is a tTDe of thousand! of TOttni-rirt -wlv
are emerrinr froa tb chrrxiiil aure of tbeii
riwmoc, hs hkj czr upon weir "wienx.
Jfervoua, ezcitabte. lniubte, etlrred bj
ctruire, Dskacwibte forces wlthtn tbem
mcCi a xnriuur unto beraelf. our rfilM nre4
tbe teodCTcet care, the met Jnlnr, paUenl
orenlght, ux the Ji3 of Dr. Pleice Fvont
Prescription, to lately carrr them througk
tola critlcaj peticd. dnrlci -which. In tot
maar Urea, alas, are eown the aeeda of ol
tresEinf forss of dirtsr peculiar to thi
fetaaJe aex. But thia boon to womankind
will prerent all aach dlerajre. cr cure then:
if they hare already aelxed a victim. Woman
owes It to herself, to ber family, and to her
nodal station, to to well and atronr. L
bir then not nep-Iect the sure means of cure.
"Favorite Vreacrlptioa " ta a legitimate medi
cine, carefallr compounded by an experienced
and aktllf ul physician, and adapted to women'
delicate orraouatloo. It la purely Teertabie
In It competition and perfecUjr barmleaa
in It eCect in any condition ef the system.
foM by irurzUUl JL00. or six bottfe for
vepyrlsht, UCs, by Woxus Du. Mao. Am,
regulate and cleanse the brer, etotcaca and
bowels. They are purely rezetahla and per.
fectly bannltvs. Ouo a Bote, Sold by
A Cak for "Truth ITvtrels.
"Peoplo may say what Chey Ufa
bout trashy novels, " said a nerroui
little bright eyed woman the other
day, "but I must say they are better
than medicine for mo at times. I am,
M plenty of other women are, a natur
A worrier; that is, 1 am riven to bor
otjiug trouble and looking alicaJ
with apprehension of disaster to comr
I should hare been born & man, )
vtnetimes think, and tusseled witl
the world myself; but sitting at homr
as I do, Che mother of a family, and
tblviug. to wait and watch my hus
band try to lay up something for oji
old age in his own way, 1 easily fal!
into the habit of useless worrying
about the future, which tends U
stimulate regiet for the jiast, nnd
often, I ara sure, makes the present
unnecessarily unpleasant for -thos
around too. When I used to fall intc
such a mood a spirit of restless energy
would lako possession of mo and l
would work awav at my household
duties far Levoncl what my strengtL
warranted, My weary body would
then react on my worried brain, and
tho result would bo a total collapse
from which it took time and nursing
to recover. But I found a remedy at
ast in silly novels When I feel a
worrying mood coming upon tne now,
I fall into reading them. They keef.
tne from thinking, they soothe nit
Into unexpected naps, they require no
mental etlort for their comprehension,
thoy stir uo strong emotion withirj
me; in fact, a short course of then:
induces a sweet torpor of the brain,
which, while no doubt not t bo de
tired in the young, or in any one as o
permanent feature, has often proved
of incalculable benefit to me, and a
great comfort to my family." Ncn
Under the JSnovs
Every one knows that ilrs. Stowo's
Dinah had occasionly a "clarin up
time," when all her possessions were
brought forth trom their ueepest re
ceptaclcs, put sedulously in orderj and
kept so for a brief interval. Dinah
however, was not very wise; she liaC
not learned, like a certain other "shir
less" person, to let nature do her
cleaning for her.
There is a family in a thrifty Ken
Knglptid town, which respects law
but lias no regard for order. During
at least half tic year, not only their
ousc, but tho yard is littered with
objects worthless and out of place,
but, with tho first snow, comes u
"clarin up time."
"1 do feel so pleased to see the snow
fome down," said Mrs. Slattern, one
..inter morning, as she stood at her
door, tossing tin cans, bottles, old
boots and other rubbish into tho door
yard. "If "twasn't for having it a few
ciontks in the rear, I don't know as I
should ever feel cleared up."
"What difference does tho snow
make!" inquired tho neighbor ad
"Why, you see," explained Mrs.
Slattern, "to many useless things col
lect in the house, that I don't know
what to do with 'em all, so I just tosa
'em out doors, and the snow covers
em up as nice- as you please."
"But they are tnero in tho springl"
"Oh, of course, and a terrible eye
soro they are, but then, 'tisn't long be
fore tho snow comci again and hides
'esn YouVh's Companion.
"rw no reeu.
What is needed to help tho average
dairyman is the information how c
improve the herd already in his hands.
He needs to bo taught to test each cow
separately, both for quantity and for
quality, and to liave the nerve to di
peso cf the non paying ones, while
building on those which turn him a
profit. He needs to know that like
produces like in the animal as well as
in the vegetable world; that good ani
mals product) good offspring, and pooi
ones as certainly bring forth poor pro
geny; that the male is half the herd in
breeding, and that ha cannot expect
to improvo his herd without a good
sire; that although a grado male may
ba better than n scrub, a pure bred
male is better than either; that the
greater and more rapid impTDvcmen'
which he produces makes htm chcapci
in ths end at a good round price thnt
either the scrub or the grade as a gift
and that it is only by weeding outpoci
cows and breeding from his best ones
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excellence and good pedigree, that hi
can in a few years bring his herd m
to an average yield of 300 pounds o'
butler per cow Prairie Farmer.
A Oeerxia SDrer aline.
Many years ago -when the red me?
loomed over tho forest of Georgil
there was in tho piny woods above
Tazewell a silver mine. The location
of this mine wai known only to the
Indians. Thoy worked it for somf
time nd brought thssilrer to Buena
Vista lo sell to a man wb was in the
mcrcantilo business, but whose name
.has been forgotten. After a time they
ceased to bring it, and tho merchant,
upon inquiry, learned that the water
had inundated the mine in such a. way
as to prevent further work. He fur
nished them with pumps of some kind,
when they again brought hiiti silver.
After the Indians left this country fot
the west the merchant offered fl.OOC
Uf any one who would discover the
mine. After many fruitless attempts
tho search was given up by all except
one man, who discovered the location
of the mine several years afterward
by the dirt work and the old pieces of
pump. The gentleman, from some
causo or other, was unable to pur
chase the property at the time, and it
is owned by an estate, the heirs of
which have moved away and left the
property uncarcd for, nor do they
know anything of thero having been
silver found on the place. Tho loca
tion ij known to a few persons. It
ah corroborates everything that hat
been said about it Brooklyn Eoglo.
. rt :f Ci'Jla lll.tory.
February 10, even more than the
1st of July, is tlio anniversary of the
birth of tho political union of our
Canadian neighbors. It was on this
day that tho British parliament passed
tho r..t for tho union of upper and
lower Canada. Tuo lower province
reflected tho Franco of Louis XIV, in
Iho undeludcd character of its French
medievalism, frightened by nothing
fo much cs that terribly disturbing
thing whjch unresting people call
progress, and which theso peaceful
Canadians allow to rush post them in
its wild jiath quito unhealed. West
crn Canada, on tho contrary, a
;l.l :., ,u- i:e.
tilled with an eager desiro to enjoy
all tho benefits of tho com
mercial activity, clamored for political
cltange. Tho "struggle for a liberal
srovcriuncut under a ministry respon
siblo to parliament, was interrupted
by tho rebellion of 1837, which Lord
Durham-put down with tie iron hand
of military force. And though his
escrciso of dictatorial powers caused
him to bo dubbed "Lord High Sedi
tioner" by The London Times, and led
to his itwdl, the ministry and parlia
ment were forced to substantially
adopt his plan for tho legislative unior
of tho two provinces, a plan of which
tho ultimate result was tho British
Korth American act of 1SG7 and the
establishment of tho Dominion of
Canada. But the unfortunate creator
of a new empire sunk under the load
of op; robrium which his cuemics cast
upon huii, nna cueu on juiy5, lbl
of cliarin and disappointment. Phil
Bird' Xeet Soup.
Cuilieso birds' Dot aOUp La -U-
!css, gelatinous compound, according
to the palate of western nations.
Theso nests are most plentiful in Brit
gh North Borneo, where they r
fouud iu caves. They are made from
x soft fungoid growth that Lncrusts
the limcstono in all damp places -x it
grows nbout an inch thick, outside
dark brown, inside white. It is taken
by tho bird in its mouth and drawn
oil t in a Slamcnt backward and forward
uko a caterpillar weaving his cocoon.
Theso "birds" are bats and swifts. The
nesU are gathered by candle light at
the dizzy neight of severa. hundred
feet; theso caves hava been worked
for seven generations, without any
apparent diminution, though three
crops are gathered in a ycr. Good
A nore Tlat Cbews Tefeuco.
TLere is a heavy draught horse at
one of the quarries in Westerly, that
has been driven for a number of rears
by tho same man a native of tho
r-nerald Isle. And it is a fact that
the worthy animal will not draw a
load in the morning until he lias had
a chew if tnl-cco Hi appetite being
catisGcd, he is otf liko a wholesale
breeze. Providenco Journal.
, How tc ZjJoy m Clorette.
Cheap, hand made sdgarcttes form a
delicious smoke, partieu-trly if while
jouaro enjoying them yet. M your
mind dwell 111 a pleasant rrvef on
their origin. To one who knows, this
Jaily luxuryof the cabman and waiter
is redolent with associations, for
whence havo been gathered tho ma
terials! There is a three volume novel
in every cigarette. What a splendid
exercise in imagination it is to figure
in one's mind who the smokers were
who contributed each a cigar end, or
tho remains of a cigarette, or tha
emptyings of a pipe for the gamin to
dry and llzzlo till it was readv to be a
cigarette again. Youth, beauty, fash
ion, old age, vice and virtue may all
havo smoked tho tobacco in its earlier
form. It must bo highly pleasing to
construct a group of shaaowy smoker
for acquaintances. London Globe,
m 1 11
-r. Uo&oo (Lewis Carroll) naked a Utile
girl on the seashore one day if she bad read
AUco la Wonderland. " " Tho child an
swereil, "Yes," and after a paosa said she
ra very sorry to hear that tho maa who
had written the book was mad. She had
beard tho clergyman tell ber mamma so.
Ncxtdsy Hr. Dodson sent hi misinformed
admirer a special copy of "Alice,' with the
A -Iclanclioly Chan;.
Tourist What great changes time,
sorts here in the westf A few years
:go this region was peopled by reds
vi thou I a whito.
i-Iausas Rustler An sence the
Irought it's bc'n mostly whites wilh
aut a red. O, tim works a heap o
changes. ilunscy'a Weekly.
Tho people of Portland, Ore., are
taking steps to induce tho legislature
to establish a vast lark lit the Cascade
mountains. It is designed to have the
park include Mount flood and Crater
lake, which would make it a fonaid
able rival of Yellowstone park.
St. Louis has got hold of n maa
who has stolen twenty-eight horses
in six months, and ho is not only 82
years of age, but lame, near sighted
tnd sutfering from asthma.
Ato table in a restaurant a diner
said to another on the opposite side of
tho table, "I beg pardon, sir, but will
you kindly pass me the salt cellar 1"
"Humph 1 ' said tho other insolently.
"Do you take me for the waiterr"
The first diner made no reply, but
calmly called, "Waiter!"
The waiter camo up, bowing, and
ssked him what he desired.
"Nothing," said tha gentleman,
"crcept to apologizo to you. It seems
that I took this man for yo"YouU.,i
CARRIES U S. MAIL
Far to or from Ta.jrT3a.riki. S&1.50.
Leaves Tombstone at 8:15 a m. to connect with Trains for iNogales, Bisbee and all poims
South., Arrives in Torrbstone 12:00 A,, m.
Leaves Tombstone at 1:15 p. m 'or Fairbnk ro -onnect with trains at Be son for ai
points East 'n West.
BAGGAGE oj Fassengers delivered to and from Stage office in the city lr
TT7NTEt TEAMS TO HAUL LUlt.
T 1 It-r from Rots' mill 'o BUtee. Apph
st lb; t"!
run KALr-nr.iL em.ati-.
1. R SALE FIRST-CLASS r-E-IDEVCE
rr'T'"?- "e lot. No. 5 ltlnrk 31. front
inic on Srford tr-et. TombsU're. with two
jtKxl htiUM-c.une rented; tbe ltroiirrty of IV.
A. Ai.d.rn n and wife Wiil be fuIU iitl.om
dVlay Ap- ly at once to Jnmet Ktlllv, Fre
iiKict -trrtt 10 4 tf
SALKMC -W wlrliafew nn " ell nr
fond by ampV tothe h 'l--l- ud r ni.
le L-rre' fnnnacr-rer In nu flt.e ,-
Scent rtmu. Vaer $3 Kr dnr. Pir."i
-.MSon Nrtpottlaeirerwl yo"- iv-ew
nr"p tlr.s etr. - -rti WjVf fl
FOItI.K 1IIHPKI.I AXr.nir-a.
T"OR SALF CUTFLOWEK3 AND POT
I r'.aitts Win llraurb liaalwata ou liaud
Mirt-rb rolletllon for sale fcr all ocvtMor. v
crer Kullon and tf ond lr-et tf
V VXT-1 VKM lsK tlf-'.I.I'.
TAnED-G'ULTO 1)0 OENF.KAL
boii.riiV. Apply at tbe Pot tllace.
lt rw- (l fioy' t- (iiV xf5f -
sons vlio teill inve tbr infomtaucn which
1 1 le-trt to ttc arrest and cinvictHm of any cr
o r pTLons unlaw J oily handhnc an of ray
C ATI I.K Branded HG on left h:p, car
rk nht car crop and split
HOktS Brat-ded HG n left sliouVcr.
H. G. HAS.-KLGFhEaS
8273m &ia Pedomrr
Cor. Allen & Fifth St., Tombstone.
LI p. I OltM AMI criMKH, MAI'll
aad I'aory CroerrleH,
OUAIN, nAY AND WOOD
Kepi CoatU-tlr on lltnd. SOLD AT LOWE 1
'RICES. Country l'rc-ace Dorg' t and rod
P0U1T D RY
McALLloTEK & KcCOSE. Prop'rs.
JCmdsof MtQ-uid M tolas MacliiiKfy, Heavy w
Ucht Caisei of Iroa au-d Brass Made to Onir
Houtlnx Zniae fad to Order, and En
gines Indicated and Agitated Aicnu for
Albany Lncainc ol 4 Cpooad
ST. LOUIS BEIR HALL
For Ico-6old Beer od Oraurh
ST. LOIjIS .BEER HMJ.,
ANHEUSER BUSC11 BtEWING ASSO
CIATION. OF ST, LODIS
WHOLESALE AKO RETAIL-
Applj to MAUTIS o.VTEtI.0.
Charles Granville Johnston
ATTORSET AST) COtJKSEIXOB AT LA
TTiH practice in all the Court of
C G Iohkjto v. E-v Si: Too are th oolr No
UTpoUicin ecsU coootj who baa ctaiplied witt
ne req-ireox-ta et the Pepanaeu and .tbacfon tht
ONLY oe "bo eaa admlanieroula ia e-tet cornier
fRSD W SMITH, IWei'rtf.
Mail & Stage Co v'
AND WELLS, FAkGO
0 .m 'r r I I "
Allen Street Near Fifth.
mported and Domestic Cigar and
(? a -
Pipes Smokers Articles and Fancy Motion
i5p-qtvt: thfm a c,aj 1 -sq--
Rooms En Suite and Single, S lecial Attention
Rates Reasonable. Only Hotel in Benson
A A. CASTANEDA. Proprietor
I. M" CASTANEDA. Manager
Wholesale and Retail Butcher,
Sllrn Mtreec. between 5th sail nih.
I have a Large and Well Assorted Stock of
Fresh Meats, Hams, Bacon.
Bolognas, .Lard, Pork Sausage,
ead Cheese, Corned Beef,
Eastern Pickled Pork,
- Tripe and Pig's Feet
niftheni Cash Prion paid for Choice Beef,
Pork and Mntton and (litna d Ponltrj-.
OICtlKKM PKOIITI.Y KIL.I-.rl A.MI II EL I VKKKII T ' A.-IV f'A itT
If TIIK i'lTV KKf.R OK CIIAKBK
IIM'ST I If.
ni 1 u 1
IT. E. LEA,
Ice Deliveied atFairbank at OJMS CXKT
Per Pound. Put onboard tke C rs
at tke Same Price.
TEAMS MEETS ALL TRAINS.
SCKLlTZ MILWAUKEE KEG BEER,
insole A gent for Califoriiia Fredericks
burg Keg. Beer.
Fresh Oysters Delivered, to any part of tlie country for
25 cents a dozen.
& CO 'S EXPRESS
Wb Eme' S 1
MAM AVIt IIACOX.
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