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CITY AND COUNTY OFFICUL PArER.
Freab Ranch Butler !rom the ranch ol J
H White atWoleotfa Cah Slore. 3-7U
lMi ITTYl'1 Til!.' l'L'VirYITT.1 I iou dlnn't come to snout poy. uu
HV.l 1 li U 1 11 Vj It li lji U Vj, If vn had von'd hev chucked fkmhushodi
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The New York Sun is tne only New
York paper that advocates the free
coinage of silver.
A test was given recently at Colt's
armory of the new DrigR-Seliroeder
Government gun. It curies a six
pound projectile a distanco of five
miles and its foicc is such that it will
perforate a 6ix-inch steel pUte at a
distance of one mile without damag
ing tne projectile in any way. Al
though the gun weighs SIS pounds it
is to skilfully mounted that the toucli
of a finger will turn it on its a-us or
regulate its range.
Tue Buckeje Blade uggects that
the Insane Asylum building might be
aold to the Government for an Indian
school and the avlutn located in a re
gion where the inmates need not be
roasted during the iuinmcr month.
A timely suggestion, and in this con
nection we would like to call attention
to the signal service reiort of tem
perature in Tombone as given in
the columns of the PnoM'ECTOK for
nearly two year pact, and challenge
comparison of the record with that of
any health resort in the world.
Is commenting on General Miles
"Future of the Indian Qutstiou," m
the North American Review for Janu
ary, G. T. Kercheval eajs of the Sioux,
in an article in the February iesue.
In 1877, according to Gen. Milts, j
their war pomes were sold ami the
proceeds returned to lliem in domestic
stock. It is true the war pomes were
seized, but it was iu direct violation of
article 8 of their last concluded treaty.
Not only She ponies but the mule
were seized by order of the War Ue
partmenU From the sale of horses
alone the War Departmcut received
9 19,412.96, a&d in their place gave the
Indians 450 cow., which cost $9000,
SI 0 000 is still due these Indian, and
they have leen asking for fourteen
years where their 10,OUO is.
And yet Gen. Miles wants the In
dians placed in charge of the War
Department, to protect them from
dishonest Indian agents.
On the North Carolina side of Eald
Mountain, as 1 turned aside ouo day at
toon to eat my luncheon. 1 stumbled full
upon a now still which tlio mountaineers
wtro bringing up Ou tho day previous
eev eral men ou horseback had passed ran.
and I remembered that the family at tl e
cabin where I had passed tbeulRlit steraed
to ho restless und uueasv 1 ho rev rime
men had got track of tho still and h J
pressed tho uiouutaiskVrs so closoiv that
they had hidden It among tho rocks and
5uhc3 at the wayside 'uat outfit rep
resented tho combined csiptal of half a
dortn mountaineers If th"v lost It they
would loso their all If I is-1 Sam failed
to lay hands ou it he would I no worse
oil. I looked tho outfit over, making u
note of everything, ate my dinner, and
had only got back to tho trail njtn uh?n
four horsemen rode up I sized lliem up
for rrvcnuo men at once, and It us plain
enough that they were in ill h -mor 1
don't know that f would have given them
any information had they betu pleasant,
hut tho vrav they jumped ou mo fur a send
oflf boiled mo over.
"See here.' said tho leader as ho gland
down at me. you're tho filler we taw
yesterday back here In tho elbow 1"
Well, what of it?"
"A good deal of it. We aro govern
'Yes. I vo seen "em before In
nsed to own ouo "
"lxk out. sirl 1 can make it very se
rious for you ou must know that a
still has been brought In this dirvctinn
Tho chances are that you have met the
wen wjth it."
"Well, vto aro hero to End It."
"Am I hindering vouj"
"I bolicvo vou know all about It. and I
should bo jollified In arresting vou "
"Very v.ell. 1 U consider myself your
Tbev drew apart and conferred tofctVcr
for a few minutes, and then the leader
"Perhaps 1 was a littlo ton rash, and I
hope joull excuse me If jou would
givo us a poi.'.ter it would bo a great
Wliat information do you vrantT
AJjuut that stiil Wo know that It
I lasstil Lapliam's. three miles Iciik ne
.uow that it has i.ot raed Hanson's,
two miles ahead. It's hhely jou saw the
"About two hours ago?" 9
"Had It packed on two mulesT"
Tour men and two raulest"
"They must have left the main trail. or
you would have seen them."
"Kck hero about twenty roos there's a
ratine to the right
"That's so I remember."
"If I bad been ono of the men I should
hav e dodged In there n ith the party "
"Certain' A thousand thanks to vou "
They were off 0:1 tho gallop and the
vcnd"of their hores feet had not vet
died away when- two mc:. dropped out ol
the rocks and bushes to my left Thoy
were mountaineers and mooushmers.
Bolh held up their hands as I jumped up
in alarm, and one of teem said
"Stranger, that's tho whitest thing I
ever knew a man to do, and wo ar' a
;rowd which won I forgit it "
Ho uttered a shr.ll whistle. :nd two
jthcrmen. each leading amnle brokocovcr
from a thicket That outfit was picked
up anJ packed and btrapticd in five ruin
utcs mid 1 was inv ned to gi long with
the 1 arty V. e k-pt tho main trail about
halt a mile and then turneu into a ravi;
road to the r-urht Ol
ahevd as a scout, and ai w e alow iy pro
gresed tho others asked where 1 was
from and wliat my rrraiid was. and before
I had fully eplauied tha leader, chose
nace was Dawson, san'
fay. hf's tho verv feller wo got word
B1nt! Put It thar' voung feller, an'
right glad we ar' to seo vou I"
Wo had progressed about a railo when
ihovxiut came bark.with tiordthat the
revenue gang had taken a half circle ai.d
ncrj coming back to tho main road by
this vc-y path. Just here a small ravino
ran t j our rybt. deep and dark The
mee v -ere badly rattled for tho moment,
and seemed about to abandon the mnle
and tako aig.-i. dowa the gully, when I
No: I came to m you."
Maml oh. mam!" she called, "come
out vere! J 1st hear he'un UdklnT
"What does ho'un say!" asked the,
mother as sho camo out with her pipe and
"lie's honeyl I dnn tole ye when that
wishbone fell down that he'un was com
Iu' lhpl Hain't ho'un nice, ma?"
He's honey, fur shore." said tho mother
after glancing at me. "Cut he'un must
ax pop fur vcr Can't go ouless pop says
so Say. s'tranger. did ye como to take
IX.'b awajl Did somebody tell )0 we
v.-antcd her to git mar'dr"
"No 1 fell in with your husband and
his friends on the road and ho. asked me
to stop over night."
"Hip! And j ou'un don't want to marry
imev' shouted leb
11 can't, my child "
Meobo jou'un Is forwardly (already)
jmc-ir ipieried tho mother
Hip' Aud I sot sich store by he'un!"
wailed Deb as sho sat down and begin to
"Now. Deb. you shet!" scolded the
collier "If he'un is forwardly jlned how
km ho bo jined agiut Tain t lu natur",
,-ou know "
"He'un had no call (business) to'be
jined!" sobbed Deb.
Porochlle!" si 'hed tlio mother "Deb's
fa-t 1 I lccreasod (very smart) fur her alge.
4iraugvr one s luutkiu ui;ucr u uva. -ua
for a husband Sho doan" keer tw o t win
I Arizona Mail & Stage Co
kles fur nobody 'round ere."
well, she's smart and good
CARRIES U S. MAIL AND WELLS, FARGO Ha CO'S EXPRESS
Fare to or from "F'a.irToanls:. $1.50.
Oh. well, she's smart and good look'
In?, and she'll Gnd a nice husband.
"Hipl Ar'ye truthinl" exclaimed
girl as sho sprung up.
"And ill git mar'd"
"And have a real housef
"And a real dress and bonnetf
"And a gold ringT
"Oh. nan hear bin' hear WtI nip'
! cau t sot still Jist think of it maml
"I m a thinkin'. IVo. and I know he's
tmthing Lor' ble-shim fur his goodness
to us pore shuckless folkscs "
When I went away Dawson took mo to
t.10 mam trail by a short cut. end as wc
fat down ou a rock to havo a last smohr
together l.e said.
"I've been hetchin' " (wondering).
"W.-ul. wo saw jou comln' up the trail
ihat day behind us an" took you fur a
"An" so wo hid tho still an" tha mules.
You found tho still. '
"Did you hev any pecoohar feelin' jist
then ' '
"No trcmblin' or shakinT
"1 was hetchin If vou did.
"Causo two of us lay In tne bushes,
thirtv feet oirav, with our rifles pinted
right at vcr heart. If yoad sung out
when vou mado the Cnd an' thus showed
us vou was a spv. vou'd hev got it plui
-enter!" M Qjcd'la Detroit Free Pre:
Leaves Tombstone at 8:15 a m. to connect with Trains for iNogales, Bisbee and all points
South. Arrives in Ton'bstone 12:00 a. m.
xjeaves Tombstone at 1:15 p. m. 'or Fairb"nk to connect with trains at .Be son for all
points East and West.
BAGGAGE oj Passengers delivered to and from Stage office in the city Bre
Charles Granville Johnston,
ITTOKKEY AND COUSsKLLOR AT LAV
WtI practice in all the Court o.
C O Iommtom. Esq S11 Vob re thconly No
tary Public in 1 och c county who has complied itb
lh requirements of the Department and therefore the
ONLY onc wtv CAn Adminisier oaths in cue coming
before the Lsa ' Orc. Vour ery respectfully.
rUrll W SlllTM. R.t.r
TOIIrt: 'Ml lifiAKX.
WmTOf AKB BIICC
ipek. wW m vorBaB if afratd of
tfnunia trsiiiLutkdsa t
T .. . . TVa rm 110 tJ
tktt nvroTtuaaw t of affairs u aUT
Kit ar peculiar waltn Incident to hn
!a?. or ftmar due to Inflammation, ul
SitSa ot diptaoament. or ore of tbc
SSZTriSmnLror to otter orpmio lealoni
tTwirvrm. &r- ""' TaToHto PrescTti
S-Ti mtUfW 1 wiinlLr. so certain In itl
SSriJj. 5futl5t5 "inanufactnrers il
SJmTmM tar KU1 be prompcltf r
TSSUrt i. moans and atrrnenln
.jaalJcJand la lnralaatle tn alJajtof ai
EtSUon, protratloB. hrterta. iP"n ana
"! lL-'?:.Jr rntXnI and orffanie
aJM. and ntima aawtal maxKtr and de-
.. Brtirra Antl-BOkna
"Can't yon all push do-..-a in there ana
leave it to ma asaitt"
"WcnlJ yoiulo it. str-ngtrr
Of course I will"
I raw them bidden and tLcn sauntered
3a fur about '-00 frft and sat down on a
rock. 1 ' T rain..tes the rcrcrao rrr
caaenp. I asked what luck, and t's
rcpU a thi: tkey Lad talsscJ the party
J frrnn wnt awav. I Eiid aittr t
Tj.t, -I caw- two men tad two mules Li thf
yras 1 tri tho left cf tuo road."
"iouUidr t , 4
" ts Yoa were fco lien, csd 1 1
-xraral U notcaretoinv-cotljatorJo .. '
1 ho- o are the men wo wsui. suoi-.icu
the 1 ui in chorus, and aT.i th-y went
wtvJ- s r"" -l clatter Tivo r-iautes later
tlie soccsrdce party were -ut of tho ra
rine ind Eav-son camo up to tne, grasped
lien, lake a good Iocs a. Ida! 1 on U
ill 'etch (agree) with re tln.t If ary man
n i. c vere hills ever considers to chit-
ter him (stsps to question LU right) that
ere rats has got to die!"
After proceeding about a mile and a
hswa reacted the cpot vheio tho mill
was t bo located and half .1 raile away
iras Dawson a atbin. Die family con
!stcd of wifo and tLreo Ci.uiea.
.Idrst b-in 0 bars footed, baro lejged
-WnflC AitcrUlag Intraacred I wa
left to pa a conple cf hours while Daw
son returned to tho even. He had ex
plained to hiswifewhc I was and what
had happened, but the children wero full
of curiosity. As I sat by the door smok
ing the girl, who waa called Deb. sat
do-va bsldo me and asked
Stranger, did ye lopo Itt" (como on
mil. a. a ertT tfTCTY
"Mcre'n that. About a dozen flop np-"
A al Waste or Lnercles.
Could old Garrett Lave lived and con
tinued In tho path ho had laid out for
himself, tho VandcrbUts. Goulds and
Astors would have fallen far behind km
la vealth. Influeneo and position. Dut
I1I3 t mo camo In due course, and In the
hope of perpetnatiug tho family name, he
left his son Ilobort to carry out the
Sn . on i sci.emeshe Ulf badginatecL Cp
10 viiat iiiae imju viaiix-i m:w
roisterer, a Bohemian, a night howler, a
good fellow He had never been a busl
lies man. and when he tackled tho vast
cntcrpr.so over which his father had pre
sided he did not altogether lot go of Lis
former career He Lad not tho applica
lion bom of life long industry. It wor
ried, annoyed and Uustercd Lin to bo
fastened to his desk four or Gvo hours a
dav. and to be in consultation on matters
of "great and serious import the remainder
of Lis time.
Ho sought exhilaration In champagne
when exhausted with tho mental strain
of a dav labor That unfitted him for
the beginning of another day of hard
w.rk. und it bea to bo uoticeablo that
0-rrttt wasgrowinofi-cutric Ho bought
h tln.-scf 6-..;ts if tiothes. spent bar
rel 'f rx.ey c 1 great I iquet-, cad tr.ed
m .i!iko litmscif a ul tho world Ulieve
that he was enjoy in life In an easy anJ
:io:.-'-aiait tsai.:.cr lnste-d of husband
in- h Clergies 1.0 dUsipatd tLen. and
w.it.1 ho tamo 1 1 contact with tho ablest
mini! 1 ia tho v.iri.l. aim set his abilities
np a-ratnst the : -Titct and most cu.ining
of hij race, ho .,:tewJy found Limself en
ian"'ea 11 in j ivsucf-. i. .- " -..
bis rain Threatened destruction of the
vast fabnc created by his frthcr was
abont the last stnw, and "Cob ' liarrctt's
ly to toller on its
;or i'loncor I'ress.
Notice of Dissolution of
The copartnership heretofore ex
lslln; between G. R Watt and C.
U. Tarht-ll, und r the firm 'mire of
Wmt & Tarbell, conductitij an un
dertaking business in the city of
Tombstone, A. T., has this day been
dissolved by tnotual consent
The business will hereafter be con
ducted by C B. Ti r jell, who will
oh v all bilK and collect all accounts
due the late Grrn.
G I!. WATT,
C. 11. TAUBELIs.
Tombstone, Arizona, Feb. 5. lb'Jl 3t
Notice to Ci editors.
In the Probate'Court of the Count
of Cochisi', Territory of Arizona.
In the matter of the estate of John
Clark, deceased. .
Notice is hereby jriven by the un-
ilersignetl nxecutor of the e-tnt
t .lohn C!'k. ''Teaiied, to the
creditors of and all persons having
claims against the said drcea.ed,
to present them with the nececary
Touchers, to the undersigned, ul his
office with Jo. Hoeflor, in the town
of Tombstone, Coch'se county, Ari
zona, within four m mths from the
first publication of this notice, that
being the place for the transaction of
the business of said estate
Administrator af the estate of
John Clark, deceased.
Dated February 3, A . D. 1S01.
COHN & BROS.
Allen Street Near Fifth.
Imported and Domestic Cigar and
Smokers Articles and Fancy Notions.
BENSON, , Arizr -.
Rooms En-Suite and Single, Special Attention
Rates Reasonable. Only Hptel in Lx'.snr.
A. A. CASXANEDA. JV.ort-vir
.1. M CASTANEDA. Manneer.
KHrMI .IIK.ATX. n,tn AXI IIU'UV.
Wholesale and Retail Butcher,
AIIcb Mtrret. lwtnri-B Sth and otb.
raind began unr-.ista' .
UiTone. New Yor.t (i
A "eot down" means half a day's travel.
A "flop 06" means a day's tramp. t
bed time the head of the Louse.would ray
Tlio riinnojrapti Cw'i't Roat CIrtt.
-An electrical nan caya "Don't you
fear that the phonograph is clnj: to
supersede tho lady stenographer. Vhy1
Did the bicyclo drive ont tto horse? The
bicycle can carry you whert-ver yon want
t Rp..hnl the horeo i3 still with us. The
hviiee. I tell you. havo coaio to stay. 1
have two stenographer?, and they aro not
tho very prettiest ones, either. Kow, I
bad a phouosraph In ray ce for weeks,
bat did I discharge tho lidiest No. and
1 don't mean to. cither It i just here
They can do what tlietet trained phono-
rjrajih never can do Tkcrs u a largo part
of liv eorrespondeneo I can hand over to
ono of them and never jpvo a second look
st It. becaajo tbe can answer tho later
is well as I can. No matter bow near and
icar your p'aonoqrap'i 1 t yo. it can
aevcr do that. Sljiwvcr I ran ssy 'I
en in out of tho oG.-u for avhilc. 1
n-lsb you d looS after bin?3.' Now. the
Je3t trained ptanosrap'j. if I put a collar
ind tio on It. couldn't ih that- No. don't
cato any rclstakca No ma-hlncry ever
has sneeceded n ever wi' 1 1 distancing
ho liura'n rar."- Now Vorl: Sun.
Notice to Creditors
IN THE rjtOJUTE COURT
.Notice is hereby given to the credi
tors of ami all ierfon-Iiaviiig eluinih
against the estate of William Cll.ilmi.
deceased, to prut nt the came ilulv
vorifieil uilli tho tifveii-iry vii::i licr
y the undersigned, at In j ulbcu will'
G. V. Brvn, in the town of Benson,
Cochi-ie tountv, Aruini.i intlun font
months from the Jirt publication of
this notice, that I einc the place for
transacting the business of eaid estnte.
"" Titos Dunbab.
Administrator of the estate of Wm
Dated Jan 8, A. D. 1691.
I have a Large and Well Assorted Stock of
Fresh bleats, Hams, Bacon
Bolognas, Lard, Pork Sausage,
Head Cheese, Corned Beef,
Eastern Pickled Pork,
Tripe and Pig's Feet
BiRhrxt Cash Price pid for Choice Bf,
Pork and Mutton and
ltlKMt PHOMITI,!' '! I.t'll Aftl
ir Tin: oitv fiiKi: ot tit imk.
Game aid Ponltry.
11 n m r
1 ii n mm. 1 n
on Ioni.l XttalnIIu Suuimlt
Accneof l-nrnlshcil tin. twenty laches
rn 1,.t-t.t .111.1 twt-lve indLimcter. liaabcea
to the children: ' pkicetl on the summit of Mount Katahdia
"'Come now. yoo'uns, Ita Cop up tirno. f w ke jjanrjor tMe.) Appalachian club, Is
Tho fdrl looked at me In great surprise, 9atT u0(e tue distance from which 1b
tnd presently asked: , ax ru Ve tcea. Chicago News,
One hundred ard fiity acres of land in tie
foothills of the Qilttcaliaa mounuins. fenced
and unaer cnluration, raises fir.es I kind ol
fruits Wa'rTprrrnanent "A beautiful tract o
Und. Thefulleit invrsiisa'''- slloucd. Ap
rlal thiseffia. U
. E. LEA. Proprietor.
Ice Delivered atFairbank at ONE CEN
Per Pound. Put on board the Cars
at the Same Price.
If, il. t EMMY Ui
Ilhmr&tcd, IicripUTe and Priced
Fr 1H91 willbemaOtJ rtttll
Ita all jpplionu, and to Ut kiiw'iI
Icuttotncn. llli peiicr n".i
fcTenr ytnou uftise uararw,
flraxr tr fuld Sftdt,
thookl xnd for it. Addreu
largest Sdmgtt In t tic world J
MEETS ALL TRAINS
SCHLITZ MILWAUKEE KEG BEER,
SuSole & gent for Csltiornia Fredtr.'elsfj-'
burg Keg Beer.
Fresh Oysters Delivered to any vart of 'tlie country v f&r
25 cents a dozen. &'
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