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DKCKUDEIi - - - 27,1890.
PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING
S C.BAGG.' Editor and Proprietor.
One Year... f 10 00
Six Months 6 00
Throe Months 3 00
Pclivoml by C&rriers for 25 cent
CITY 1SD COUXTT OFFICIAL PAPER.
Frein Ranch Butur lrora the ranch ct J
H White atWoIeott'a Caen Store. 5-7U
It would be a pious plan for the
Mexican custom guards along the line
to male the Apaches pay duty on the
three horses and saddles which the
took from Bridees and Robinson. If
they were while cilUcB. of the U.
they would be followed.
The showing made by the assignee
of Wm Kielce is quite a contrast to
the Star Chamber Droceedincs of
most assignees. It is frank and open
mud if ha docs as veil a he thinks he
can do he will be entitled to great
Tuehe is an air ot buaiuess about
the proclamation of Gov. Murphy
offering ?50Q reward for the appre
hension of the murderers of Bridger
and Robinson. Got. Murphy is to be
congratulated upon the composition
both of his proclamation and his back
bone. The people of Cochise are well
pleased at bis sensible and unee
niental way of putting his words into
The Wcstinghouse Air-brake Co
is what an Arizona prospector would
call "on velvet." An annual meeting
was held last week at which the re
nort showed cross earninrs for the
year of $3,929,119.27, and net profits
of $1,350,993.00 Out of the latter.
dividends of 10 per cent, aggregating
5800,000 were paid, leaving a surplus
for the rear of $550,993.50, and the
unavailable $4,047,000, a total of
For Slerplee, People.
r Five rules to Insure sleep: Eat noth
ing hearty af ter five o'clock; calm your
mini before retiring; go to bed at a reg
ular hour; when you wake rise at once;
sever sleep during the day. (
Why Sneeelae; Is Healthful.
F The London Lancet says that the peo
ple who sneeze olten are the healthiest.
A snoeze sets the blood circulating and
throws oS a cold which Is trying to
Applee Will Kwp Cake Motlt.
" Two apples kept in a cake-box will
keep moderately rich cake moist a great
length of time, if the apples are re
lewed when wiUirmd.
Tae r.nlr medicine! sold kr drcrritt. vnder
a JolMe gurajite from taar maaufact
wren, tint toef wlU do Jott what Is claimed
lor these tnat . benelt or cure la all caaea
ct dieeaes tor which tier are recommended.
or tbe uoeej paid for s.a will be proapUj
jefunded are Dr. PSereea world-faroed spe
cific, sianafaeturcd fry World'f DUpeasarj'
.Medical AaaodaUsa. or Buffalo. X. X.
Dr. Piers Golden Medical Diseorrrr eurea
all Hre arUl-Lr from a torpid or deranged
lirer. or f rota 1-epure blood, a DjrfeftiM. r
Indigestion, Pimple.- Hotcaov Xrsptiona,
h-Jt-rbeura. Tetter, trftiptlu, and Scrofu
loo Sore and 8-reUlnr. Cooju-npttoa. r
Lonr-serofu!, I alao cored br tul won
derful remedy. If tatea In time.
Dr. Pleroe'a Tarortte Prescription 1 tae
wortd-tamed remedy tor all taoee efcronie
wrarnrmn and eSstreeettur derasreaeati ae
OBimoa to American women. Run meet
potent, lnrlroratlnr. restoraUTS tonic, or
treartn giver. Imparting ton and vigor to
Mf vbole eTtteta, JLm a aeotmng nervine It
ts unequafed. See guarantee printed on the
bottle -wrapper and XaUhfuU' carried out
tor xoanr ytexa.
i hreambie xaee of Caw
t ta eke Bead by ta
sarietonof Br. ISage- Catarrh KemedT. Br
sure tbe wonS caee. no matter or new to
Mr""S By dnie-cuti. M eenl. .
am isuo. wnrnw ana seejinr prnprru, i
e-ft-eV Afef.1 am
ADVERTISING PAYS. !
A. Fact Established Many Hun-
droda of Yoars Aco-
Heme of Announcing Wares Hefore the
la of the New.paper Tbe Continent
al and Ko---ll.il Itell-Mea Mod-
v Adrertlelng Enterprise.
Tho wise in tho business world have
tor many ages availed themselves of the
science of advertising, says tho Wash
ington Star. One of the most anclont
modes of attracting publlo patronago
was by means ot public criers loiig be
fore the ago of printing. Tho tnedue
val criers used to carry a horn with
vrhlch to Sr the attention "' tno people
when about to makoa proclamation or
publication. They formed a well or
ganized body in Prance as early as tho
twelfth century. Under a charter from
Louis VII. they wcro ontltled to a penny
for every time they blow their horns,
and oould force themselves upon tavern
keepers to cry their wares under a gen
eral statute Tbey at a very early per
iod formed themselves Into a corpora
tion, and in 1253 obtained from Philip
Augustus favorable statutes of the most
In England tho public criers appear
to hare been a National Institution at
an early period. They cried all kinds
of goods, and were sworn to tell "truly
and well to the best of their ability and
power." After awhile the bell-manor
town crier was appointed tor the bcne3t
of the community at large. In malt ot
the country tonus cf Great Britain, and
even In London, there are still bell-men
and parish criers, though their oQces
are little more than sinecures. Tho
provincial crier's duties are ot the most
varied description, and relate to objects
lost or fouud, s.Ii by pstllc suction or
private contract, weddings, christenings
But the bell-man as a means ot adver
tising has seen his last days. Nearly
three-quarters of a century ago in En
gland wagons Mere driven through the
streets surmounted by revolving turrets,
on which were painted flaming an
nouncements of coming events, aud men
on horseback rode up and down the prin
cipal thoroughfares with great bill
boards strapped on either side ot them
to attract public attention.
Tho first regular newspaper. The Cer
tain News of This Present Week, pub
lished in London in 1022, contained no
advertisements; but in 1GS2 advertise
ments appeared in something liko the
present form In the Mercurlus Pollticus.
Itooks were the articles earliest adver
tised. The great plague in London
brought forth the first medical adver
tisements. In 1700 Addison, reviewing
the advertisements of his time, speaks
of their "cuts and figures." Tho Lon
don Times was established in ITsS, but
did little to reduce advertising to a sys
tem, but demonstrated its valuo and im
portance. The first American daily
Journal, the Independent Gazette, of
New xork, 17S7, in its second year con
tained thlrty-fouradvertisements. From
that time on the growth of American
advertising dot-eloped the faot that ex
tensive advertising was a legitimate
necessity to trade, Tho other great
metropolitan papers founded since 1SS3
have greatly popularized advertUicg.
A special feature adopted about this
time was "business notices" and
"special notices," commanding high
The demand for systematic advertise
ment became so great that about lsJS
the first "advertising agency" in Amer
ica was established. The business hat
so grown that sow for a single firm to
advertise to the amount of 5200,000 a
year excites little surprise. But theeo
agencies are too slow for great modern
bazars, who change their advertisements
almost dally. Tbey employ an adver
tising expert as one of the personnel of
their establishments, whose only duty
it Is to prepare advertisements for tho
newspapers. Besides the advertising
agercies there are now "engraving com
panies" devoted entirely to furnishing
pictorial cuts for advertisements.
"Printer's Ink," used as synonymous
with advertising, has becomo recognized
as an essential to succo-u in the com
mercial world. An advertising expert
ranks as an artist and commands a cor
responding salary. It is not merely in
the enumeration of wares and goods that
he excels, but in tho "fine line draw
ing" ot seasonable bints and attractive
A Widower Jleftue to IMrt
Uodj- or Hi. Wife.
A romantic story, strange It tree. Is
published, says Gillgnani, of a wealthy
Russian centleman llvin? in his own
house on tbe banks of tbe Seice, who,
tor tho last ten years, has kept in a box
Is a private room the embalmed body of
his younsr wife. She was murdered a
few days after marriage, and her sor
rowing husband obtained the Czar's per
mission to talco her body away with
him. The discovery was mado by tbe
pryinx propensities of the cook left in
charge of the house daring tbo tempo
rary absence ol her master. There is a
curious side to tho story, which, if true,
will need explanation. How was it that
a police commissary, being Informed of
the discovery of a corpse in tho bouse of
a rich foreigner, should have left it
there and simply written to tho owner
of the house for information? Thoe
gentlemen do not generally hesitate
about making even forcible entries into
houses in which they even suspect there
is something they ought to know, see or
take possession of. The law of France
forbids absolutely the keeping of a, dr-ad
body in any place but a cemetery. The
Russian gentleman hopes to obtain spe
cial permission from high quarters to re
main the custodian of his beloTrd relic
If not ho threatens to learo the coun
try rather than part with It.
tSPEd'OK, SaTUJMJAY iWBilgKGJJCEMiSEii 2,7 .0.,
unT.nc "l ' t"SAtv.
The board of supervisors ot Cochise
county will receive eealed proposals
for delivering affile county jit nt
Tombstone, two wholesome, substan
tial and Hell prepared meals eurh dty
for each prisoner confined therein,
with ruitablo diihes and appliances,
from Jan. 10th 1891, to Jan. 10th,
Also proposals for hurjing the indi
gent dead, from Jan. 10, 1M)1 to Jan
10, 1S92, in the public cemetery at
Tombstone. Bodies to be decently
prepared for buriid, in plain colli n
and in graves to be not 1i-ps than five
feet in depth nnd to be -mitubly
marked willi the name and age of de
ceased, when obtained.
Also for conveying insane persons
to the territorial insane alum at
Phenix from Jan. 10, 1S91 to Jan. 10,
Also for delivering in the wood yard
at the court house, ten cords dry,
black oak and three cords dryjuniper
Also proposals for publishing in a
newspaper publiehed in CochUe coun
ty all advertisements ordered by the
board from Jan. 10, 1591 to Jan. 10,
1S92. Proposals mutt specify tae
rates per inch in bourgeois type for
each insertion inearli or either a dailv
or weekly paper.
Also for publishing the delinquent
tax list of 1890, specifying price per
nch in solid nonpareil typle.
Also for job printing, to consist of J
sheet blanks, sheet bhinkt and
whole sheet blank, including backing
of same. Bidders will specify the
price per 1,000 and 500 of each kind,
ou fiat cap paper weighing fourteen
pounds per ream, from Jan. 10, ISU1
to Jan. 10, Ib92.
Also fur publishing the minutes o
the board from Jan. 10, IS91 to Jan.
10, 1S92 in each or either a daily or
Also for the caro of the indigent
-ick from Jan. 10, 1S91 to Jan. 10,
Also for supplying (stationery 'x
the various county offices from Jan.
10, 1&91 to Ian. 10, 1MJ2.
ProdosaU must be accompanied by
a sufficient bond in tlio iuiii of .700
with two atiretit's cnndilionc' ;!,nt lln
bidder will unlcr into a contract auj
bond for tbe faithful nerforuiauru
thereof witiiin livo dnyg niter tho uc
cept.incc of hi bid.
i'ronoals must be nreeeutl to the
hoard before 10 o'clock a. in Jan. uth,
The envelope containing proposal
must he indort-ed staling the Lind o'
supplies or rervicci for which the im
pjfal is made.
B. S. COFF3IAN.
Fred Castle. Clork.
To all persons having claims against
the County of Cochise. You are here
by notified that to hare your bills
promptly piid for the present mouth
it will be necessary to Imve them filed
by the 25th inst. ' '
:l Clerk Boitrd oi Sprvi.ors.
Grand Xccklic Sale at
BONANZA CASH STORE.
One Iluiidred Doz;n of Xeclc
ties All Silk front nnd Satin
backed tvMi patent fasteners
Regular price fr-m 50 cts lo
$1.00, Will be
SOLD FOR 25 CENTS EACH
Fonr ties onlv will be sold
to anv one purchaser: sale to
commence at onre- Call Earlv
nn.lTt mir ('liflipfi. 1U 2w
,,.., ... ..
Ho: I'ur Iti-lirp
L. A. Enclc is now running a fast
Iwo-horae rig letween Tombstone nd
Ctsbee. leaving Tombstone at 7aU a.
m. Jfondnys, Wednr-t days and Fridaya
and Bisbee on alternate days, at same
hour. Orders' for passage or freight
to be left at store of Geo. H. Fitu
Tombstone. Office nt Eibee at
la ngsdoifs store. 9-22-tf.
CAKiilES U S- MAIL AND WELLS, FARGO & CO'S EXPRESS
Fare to or from. "F'a.ix TosbinJs., 1 SO.
Leaves Tombstone at 8:15 a m. to connect with Trains for
South - Arrives in Toirbstone 1 2:00 a. it.
Leaves Tombstone at 1:15
noints East rnd West.
BAGGAGE oj L'asscngers
IN tho district court, first ju
dicial district of tho territory of
Arizona in and for the county of
BASK OF TOMBSTONE.
EORGE WESTISQUOUSE. Jr
Action brought in the disti ict court
of the first judicial district of the
territoiy of Arizona in aud for the
"otinly of Uochi-e. and the com
j.U:nt filed in the unid couut- of
Ooc!ii-e in the office of clwk of
utd dutiict court-
l"he Territory of Arizona -Jentls
greeting, toGore AVesliftghoase,
jr , defendant
Yu are hereby required to p
p nr in an action brought atraiiHt
you by the above named plaint iff,
in the district couit ot the hist ju
J -l--T.l .l!il .f il.A V. ure j-vvV-er .
"iui uiwict . i
Arizona. 111 nu lur uie count v 01
O- '- and to jiniwer tlio com
plaint tiled ther.;in,rit!iin ten days
(-xcluire of the day of srvu )
ttft r the service on you of this
-.uiiiuian. (if w?rvil in this couut'
or if Mirvtd out of tbtacountv , but
in this district, within t enty days
otJif rwii within thirty davi), or
judgiunt by dwfault wil: ba lafei-u
apf initt yon according to the pray
er of said cuinp'aint.
The sairt action is brought to
recover the sura of sis thousand
dollars damages together with in
tstwt awl cost of suit.
Given under my hand and tbo
seal of tlia disti mt court of tho lint
judicial district of the territory of
Arizona in und for the county of
Cochise, this "23U my of Uccetn'
her .in the year of our Lord one
tlmuand eight hundred and ninety
(Sil.) A. II Emanvel,
NOTICE TO CHEDITORS.
In CHiniilianco nith Title III enti
I'otl "Awicnnieiits for Ur.efit of cied-
iiors" Ilevil St.ttutes of Arizona,
nmiee is lir-reby giren that Wm. Kicks
atelv doinsj btwine in the City of
Tomhslone Arizwnj on the nineteen'!)
day of Dccmber, A. I. Itlw nmrte. an
iigument o nil his propertj- lotli
real and personal to Clmrles Granvillq
Johnston for the be Sit of the cred
itors and the said creditors who con
sent to iMich assignment, are hereby
notified to make known their consent
in writmc within four months of the
date hereof, and to file a distinct state
ment of the parlicuUr nature and the
amount of his or tlieir clftim against
the slid vm. Kirke, duly venSctl
within six months of tho dale hereof,
wilh the said Clmrles (Jriuivilh Jf.lin
ston at his office in the ciiy of Tomb
Dated lhii 20h dny e-T Doeember.
ClI.UlULS GlUNVIIXK J0KXTT,
lift lor- 'l'nr-uu!.
Tlie Braly imvI Kemp line I'-ave
rombotone at 2 o'.bwk p. m. Tues
day ami Pridrt8. I.nvu TWnimis at
12. Round " tri... ?3. Jiffice at
T - -.. .1..... VlM
table of Hare it Yijfi.
Mail & Stage Co
m. 'or Pairbnk to connect
delivered to and, from Stage office in the city Bret
TOItl c'o Ay
Alien Street Near Fiftli.
Cmpofted and Domestic Cigar and
Pipes, Smokers Articles and Fancy Notions.
C-ftlVF. THEM A CATJ.-5 HiwL
BENSON. - Arizona.
" 'Rooms En Suite and Single, Special Attention
' - GIVEN THE -
Rates Reasonable. Only Hotel in Benson
A. A. CASTANE.DA, Proprietor
CAST AN EDA. Afanaeer
Allro Mr-rt. brtnren Slh and Olh.
I have a Large and Well Assorted Stock of .
Fresh Heats, Hams, Bacon
Bolognas, ' aril. Pork Saussge,
ead .Clieese, Corned Beef,
" Siasteva Pickled Pork,
' Tripe and Pigs Feet
Elgbeaf Caxh Prire paid for Cho-ee Beef,
Pork and Uattou an G-no nhtl Poultry.
ert.:Kft HiiitHfxi.y mii.mi ami ii:i.it i:itr.i t- ay fvitx
HP rK cirv t'lttit: 01- "ii ikki;
t( u' n ft!i g 9 b rt n
JL J-J. LEA,
Ice DeHvered atFairbank at ONE CENT
Per Pound. Put on board the Cars
at tlie-Saiae Price.
SGHLITZ MILWAUKEE KEG BEER,
-Sole Agent C
H n; burKeg Beer.
Jrash Oysters . Delivered to
- - - So cents
ogales. Bisbee and all points
with trains pt Be son for ail
iitn vmi uvrov.
any -part of the country for
--J V -iti'.ji