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WWIBSTOiNE DAILY PROSPECTOR. THURSDAY EVENING. PtiBUUAllY 12. lbOJ.
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PUBLISHED EVEUY EVENING
S C. BAGG. Editor and Proprietor.
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CITY AXD COUNTY OFFICIAL PATER.
Freih Rueh Butter lrora the ranch ot J
H VTklte ilWolcotfe Cuh Store. S-?tf
The removal of tho capital from
Santa Fe to Albuquerque is agitating
our lister territory ot New Mexico.
The Republican taunts the Paos
PECTOR with freeing through a teer
glaf instead of through Ming's little
The people are opposed to any
higher taxation than is exae'ed from
them at the present time. Some other
plan of running tho machine must be
Tuk vote bv which the New York
Senate passed the resolution request
ing Congress not to pass a free coin
age" bill would intimate that New York
Democrats are not a unit for sil er leg
islation. The new apportionment bill intro
duced by Baldwin provides for the
following apportionment of the mem
bers of the Legislature among the ee
eral comities. There tlmll be four
Council districts in the Territorj.eachj
having three rcpreentatnes, diuded
as follows: Maricopa, Mohave and j
Yuma; Yavapai, Coconino andj
Apache; Graham, Pinal mid Gila;
Pima and Cochite. Each county shall
i ,Hi:n ; li nonililv
lime r,,1c;U.aUvu -.
Ma fAllrvira i
Zf ,,...,V 4 ,,
iuma, 1; lainpal, ; uocomno, i;
Apache, 2 ; Graham. 2 ; Pinal, 1 ; GiU,
lpPima, 3; Cochise. 3.
Here is n presidential ticket at d
platform suggeMed by the Fort Worth
Gazette: For president, Farmer Pfell"
er; foMice-pret-ident, Leland Stanford,
riatform; it is the solemn duty of the
government to feed, clothe and furnish
spending money to its citizens allow
the women to drink whiskey and ride
a'straddle and spank the babies in the
absence of the nnrsc.
just received a ntw invoic" of
Choice old Port, Five year old Ziman
del. Sherry and Angelica wines. Also
finest brands of fanr'j liquors at
13 IWHW" . .
WHICH -WILE. ITBE1
Which it th fairest, a row or a lilr J
Watch U the tweetMt, a pitli or a Pfr
itrrrT'm eoquetlsh. and ehirmlng is il 1U7 :
Iora Is srnticnd fair. bcr.
Sweet as a flower wis her lace wbfn I kiiao
ilyojm U the romance and rkry of lliej
lllllr. my plarmate. I love liko a ltr.
But Dora I cboott for mj wife.
Tbat Is rtiht. rounr man. msiry the rlrl
TOU love. 67 ll rocao. U tt wUI hare rou.
tbould ber beJtB become delicate and het
beaatr fade after mrrUo, remember that
tuata tuuatlr doe to functional dutorbsnces,
rakMi. jmiuIanCes. or painful diwr
en oemllJr to ber ex. in the cure of which
l. Rerce's rarorlu Prcscrlptloa Is guaran
tee. to rite mtlsfactlon. or moner irf undtd.
See tbo printed eentflcaU of (uaraatee en
"SrSworked. - wombat." - run-down.-deUlltated
Uachers. rclUlaeri. drrismsieri.
eacutrrscr -shop-1rU." houekeern,
ourtlnr nHher. and feetle women -allr.
. Pjerce'i Favorite Prccrtptlon is the
crcafawt earthlr boon. txiB' unequaled as an
ippetnlrur cordial and -rtoratiT toaic. or
Ceprr!t. J VToaLU'l DM- Man- AJT.
Dr, PIERCE'S PELLETS
rwiUte M clesn the liver, stomach and
LJ!.t. Tirf cn niirclr ve?ctaLU and per-
".-. -.' : !.- u!
Tba Growth of "What Sl5jr l;e CallrJ the
O hirst uf 1uim1.
The oddest insect In existence soodd
that unless it nero vouched tor and ex
plained scientifically would bo consid
ered a hoax is the awcto. It is not
eaiy to decide whether it oubt to bo
dusked under tho fauna or flora of Now
Zealand, for it is a much eKetablo
annual, and, in final stage, it Is a time
table, and nothing else This is tbo
vegetable caterpillar, called by natural
ists Ilipia it t.r.teenf. It is a perfect cat
erpillar, and a flno one also, pronlnj; to
three and a half inches. Until it Is full
grown it conducts itself ery tnueti HUo
any other insect, except that it is ncier
four.d anywhero but in tl.o nei;lib.t
hood of the rata tree, a laro scarh t
fiouered myrtle, and that it habitually
buries itself a few inches underground
Then, when the awcto is fully Trown, it
undercuts a wonderful chanu. For
rax "A.WKTO, t: v Mir.Tj.si.1: caieie
some inexplicable reason, the spo'O of j
vegetable runai. the Spr.r a RoUrttA.
fixes itself directly on It-, neck, takes
root, and eroRS, like a diminutive oiii
rush, from six to ten inches bib. o lib
out leaves, ard with a dark bruan hiai.
This stem penetrates the arib ovr tl t
caterpillar, and stands np a fw inh.
bove tho ground The root jjrows -trn-
ultaneously into th btdy of the cau i
pillar, which it exactly fills lnevtrr
part, without aluring its form in f e
jllchtest depree.v hut simply i-ubst -tuting
a vegetable substance for an an -mal
substance. As soon as this process
Is compU-ted, both the caterpillar ami
fundus die, and become dry and bard.
hi.t without shriveline at "
i -. -"--- ;- ra.rnm,, &o to
.. . r
say, with a woodfn bulrush standing ujj
frtn its nrck l'apinr mache. perhap,
would better describe it than wood. It
can be taken out of tho ground entire,
nd prrrrved for an t'm b'-n- tb e
anetols found many specimens can t
obtained. It is a lieht frwa whfi
alive, and th Maoris eat it in its sot
state, whenitrev-'mbles marrow. Wbe
3ry, they powder it for use as a fits
dye in tattooing.
It is ctruin that tho caterpillar an'
funjrus wore made for each othor. as th
Hip ahi nretcent is never found witho-:
Splitrria RulerUxt prowing out of it, an
Spttarii Holertriii never found wlth&u
this caterpillar w itb it. Our cngrav m
vas made from one by tho Ixnuo
Graphic from a sketch b Major-Gr-n n
Robly. and tbo k clmt-a is in tho pot
session of Comte L. Do Jouffroy d'Al
bans, French Consul at Zurich.
John A Enos is urginjr Conpresi M
appropriate JG0.&0O to install bin intent
11-utric voiirs rnacbino in the House of
inrsentativs. Ho assert--, that during I
his session thero have ben otpt three
hundred roll-ealls, each consuming
thinv niinuu' time, or an srreate of
t. r v voihtnff days, and he assert
i' at bv thi us of bii marhino tvventy
i; 1 ., 1 .M,uld have been saved.
One of the recent improvements in
tuo manufacture of window pla- is thr
Intrcduction of a proc- of dipping thr
sheet into a mammoth bath-tub con
I taining- a mixture of various liquids.
1 Its results are instantly seen. It re
moves all dirt and defection, and th
fjlasi becomes asclear and pureasitwa
before it went through tbo flattenini
TACirv AT njtji Ttrtr i t.
There i no Hnc(jr of C',ld r'!'iH
inpin pneumonia wln-n Chamberlain's
Conpli Ilemedv i ihwI as lirecteI
' for a severe cold " It -irerlnllv
counteracts anil rrof any 'enilrnev
of n cold to result in pi.enn-otiia. Tliw
'.let wft fnllv proven in tliotitnls o'i
icnei during th- epidemic of influenza
' last winter. For sale hv H. J. Peto.
f "' m
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A. 3:Iantho!j CHons.
Tourist What great changes iim
works hero in tho west I A few years
, aj-i this region was peopled by reds
ivmioul a wiiile.
Kansas Hustler An senco the
drought it's be'n mostly whites with
out a red O, ttm worlcs a heap
clu.iix;s. Muusey's Weekly.
OU?v ENut-iiH COUSINS.
TIi Conllahlj wit. WTitrh iut Ai
Uwtvnl .Viuklns Tliu,M-li; l IIkcm.
On arrivinir, tin- liol and hostess greet
us at the door verj ccnlially. and lead i
lle v ay to a spacious reception room,
vhere nfraJimeni are srvl in true
Kiigh-h style. Wo were then told that
he dinner hour was 8 o'clock. Thtre
are fully fiftv rooms on the second and
tint il tluors. and the very courtly liouse
ivjkt t-corlrd us In turn to those us
dueil us. Promiitly at 8 o'clock all
Tn-l in tbo drawing room, and without
ii.; scroiuctious trvat each other as
acquaintance. Such is the (, vemasonrj
Engluh society, nlUiou.. 1 much pre-
er our American custom of gtreral in
troductions, w Inch commits one to noth
ing in future meetings and vitforthe
time being puts ouo ou velvet with one's
neighbors. When the butler opens the
doors, tlie host aligns tbo gentlemen to
the iaJics. who walk arm in arm into
the banquet lialL Behind each gunst
stands a serving man, silent as a mum
inv. in fine hvery of cold and purple
(sometimes scarlet), pumps with largel
silver buckles, sua stockings ana garters,
tnd ,-owdered hair. The dinner u cften
of twelve courses, and appropne wnncs.
There is no fixed hour fo tho morn
lag's repast from b to 10 and no serv
ants stop about the bakfnM room, tlie
gcstlrs"" f-r-irz 'Xiuselrea anu "."dies.
Li most part, frouc. the sideboards. The
aristocracy auJ middle classes do not cat
much at tneir lirst meal egs, toast,
tuuiHas, cold meats, pasties and tta.
rarely coffee. That over, every one
free." Each spends the limo as inclined.
Toe tiost and hostess let their guests do
jut as they please You may bo sure
that your bc-t lil not put himself out
for ou in tbo least, tiuk you 6xpressly
desire It Everything m the bouso goes
on as usual, just as if v ou w ere not then.
But, per contra, the houieand all that u
uj it are practically vours while jou stay
wimm its walls. Your host puts his ser
vants, las wine cellar, his Urdir, often
his horses and his gamo preferves. abso
lutely at ycur dixtal. You are at lib
erty to act, and are exXcted to act. pro
?jiely as if vou wtro in jour own house.
7ou can order a sandAich, a bowl of
broth, a glass of w ino or spirits whenever
rcu nleae. vou can announce your in
tPDtion of going off shooting the ver.'
uiontmg afli r your arrival, cad guns and
dogs are waiung for you. It U tho com
monest occurrence for men, arriving in
tie afiernuoii at a friend's house, to tend
their dress suit down to tho Uundiess to
be pretnxl before dinner. In Cngland
guts are not only told to "mako them
t lv Cd at home," but are actually allow ed
' to do so.
! Each. then, docs as he or sh ploasco.
tu J.o firei puce, there is reading and
"swcrmg letters, vf winch letter tho
Engl sh w oman is especially fond. She
erntes well and she writes t if ten -whether
'he has anyAung of moment to say or
not, and oftentimes a dozen letters are
exchanged over an invitation to an in
formal dinner, and tbeso letters are
a ujI y so long and always so bright ai.d
iiaut that t.ii-y not unfnxjuenily taa
'i avily the traveler's time and mental
pow era that she may be uiual'y courteous
and brilliant 1
The dai'ics and various magazines and
reviews of the dnv art hoerally distrib
uted in the sitting room. whU-j visits to
(bo hbrarv . ( icture galicnes. ho: houses,
conservatories. garJcns. park and stai'lsa
form art of the daily occupations. Tho
gentlemTi gcnerallv g- thootmg in tbo
preserves, wnero tho peasants beat up
tho pimo partriilex-s. piL-asants, Iiares,
vabbiLs, ttc. and tiiev stand m tho open
ins howlni; tneir sLbl m maruiansii:p.
i they stay alter 2 o'clock thotervants
bnn luncli-on. or they nturn to the
manMon and join the ladies Who lure
gone drivii;;; or liorwback riding, ot a
rcry gw erous lurclu
The guests. I rtpear, conduct them
Klvns as 1 at li m ', iJi.it.t resrra nt ti
C.TPzaonv , the Lu.t cril hostest never in
tode, or vron-y, loavnij; vt,u in (terfect
Jom topursuuour hunu.r. Evi-ry-rod7
supposed to Lno.v best how u
rnjoy himself. Acquaintances formed
Ibos ore liii- those of tho ballroom, ui:J
da not warrant fieir Jrtievval. of course,
fricndhii and inum.-oos often corsio of
them. l3arm tl. ciy all arc in plain
dress, to be laid a&idv -t ics cacranicnt-l
dinner hour, for although jo- aru left
undisturbed to follow th wn: of your
ovra will and pleasure during ths dj;
and breakfast at any hour you pleao, it
is i.e iigucur to be z hand in regulation
toilet as soon as dinner u annoui-ed an
hour afler th dressing bell is EoundcvL
Cliaradts. impromptu ubleaus, readings,
music, etc.. help to pass the cvenicR.
ilrs. Fran- Ixsi.e in ICniiiai City
I'rlp to Sluriu Ajrem.
Tliere arc many very peculiar facts
jor.nectetl with cccaa travel, eaprcally
on the Atlantic which are brought aboa'
by the i-ysttni of the various lines of
:catncrs Utwecn certain countries. Tj
Ululrate: A few months ago a friend o'
mine d&irc-d to make the spcedicsl trip
possiblo from New YcrU 4o Huecos
Ayres. Arnentine iicpiibl.c. South Amer
ica. There is a hne of steamers ma
ning from New York to Cucnos Ayres,
tut the vessels stop at various ports and
they occupy fot.y-two days in malias;
tlie trip. Cy figuring on tho time, my
friend found that ho could go from
New York to Hamburg. Germany,
where steamers run to Iiuenos Ayres
irithout putting in at any ports except
coaling stations, and make the singlo trip
in ihirtv-two dava. Ho traveled the tat-
ttr route, gaining ten days in time, al-
Uhniarh iratelim? several tliousand nulca
ronrel32non tlw tl-ct routo. "C E.
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WmTmmE- .- yrtTr-z'm 'MSCStSd
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CAIsKlEd U S. MAIL
Fare to or
Leaves Tombstone at 8:15
Arrives in Torrbstone 12:00 a. m.
Leaes Tombstone at 1:15 p.
points East r ni West.
BAGGAGE 01 Fassengcrs
of Char$ '
Charles Granville Johnston,
VTTOKXEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LA
Will practice in ail the Courti o.
C (J JnHsrro. Eq mr- ou are the ooly ;
Vou are iheooly N-
Ury Patltc in ochisc coiiaiy who has c&mpticd ah
the requirements of the Dt pan meet and therefore the
ONLY can AdniautexoAths in ca coming
jrivrv IM LAib uicce 1 our very r4pcuuiiy,
VRRII W SMITH Ko-w-t.
Notice of Dissolution of
Th- copartnership heretofore ex
Ntilig helvveeri G It. Watt and C.
IS. Tarhpll, unii r the firm iMire of
Wall & I erbell, eoiidiielinjj an un
Ural.injr bu-mpss in the cttj of
Toiih,iono, A. '1'.. has fit day been
h-r-ohod l nn.tunl consent
The husitiess will her alter be con
ducied by G. L5. Tarbell, who will
Div all bills and collect all accounts
due the late firm.
G K WATT,
C II TAKRELI
Tombstone, Arizomi, I'eb. fi. lb'Jl 3t
Notice to Ci editors
In the Probkle Court of the "ountv
of Cocltie, T-irnor of Arizona,
ljn the iimtifr of I he eotute. of .fuhn
( 'laik, decens d.
Nitu e l ! rreiv afivcn by the un-lerM;in-l
i-xtzor of tho etate
I J (.Im C'elK, iltrS), to lllf
reiilor .f ami all persons bariiii;
-In'ms etr-lnst iI:pi sk1 deceabd,
o pre-e-iil tbem with the mcetstrv
v k her, o the imdrrhiciied, t bis
fii -e wu-h Jo Hoi il-r, m the town
of TooibMone, Cocli'se counlv, Ari
zfnt,, wi bin fur ni"i ills from he
first putitiet'iuii of this notice, thni
iftvs the place for thr traractioii of
he liusine-s of sid estate
A'lmiui-irntor af tlie etate ot
John (J'htU. flreta-eil.
Uated Frbruart 5, . I). IS91.
-Vol ice to Ci ed it 01 s -
IN THE PI'.ODATE COUUT
Nutice i hereby jiiven lo the ciedi-tur.-of
rtiul nil jk reoiii h.iving rhiiinf
apiim-t the ectnte i( William Callahan
been-ed, t pie-rut liie t.ame duly
verified with tin? iieo-urv voL.ilnri-
ilie iinder-igrn-d. at bis (.llice with
(! W Ilryn, in tht mwn of I!eKti,J
Ciwlii-e "Uiitv. Arizona viitlmi four
month from tho tiret pubhfilion oi
ibit nnliro, tb.it being die phice for
irani-HCting the btistriC'" of eMid estate.
AcluiiiiioirHtor of tlie estate of Wni.
Datcl Jan 8. A IX 1S01.
Onc hundred ard uity cre of 'Urd in t! r
oothilU of the Clinical Jin mountain!, fmctd
ind un-er cultmtiD, rabe Gnest kind of
rum. WatcrpvrmincnL A beautiful tract vl
land The fulieit iucv'ia Jord. Ap
pl at this cfficr. tf
THE" BEST, f
K V. il. Fbii & Co't ,
SB tSastntcd, DtiCTfptlrt d! Fnad JB
1 Seed Annual!
F-1891 waiUrcjUcd FREEM
Kto a3 applicants, and to bit aaoa' V
A Evctt person ttti&g Crant B
U FUxtrrrFuldStriM. M
Tl ihoold icnd for St. Addrcs M
D. M. FERRY 4 CO. W
9 DETROIT. MICH. m
Til .!VHl!t TATIOX
Mail & Stage Co
AND AVELLS, FAkGO
from Ta-irloari. 31. SO.
m. to connect with Trains for
delivered, to and from Stage office in the city Ir t
imported and Domestic Cigar and
Pipes, Smokers Articles and Fancy
5?-GTTT: THF?aI A CAT.T.-3
BENSON, - Arizona.
Rooms En-Suite and Single, Special Attention
J. At CASTANEDA.
tfte t& feesrabci r
Allra Hlr-i-r. between 3th nnd n,l.
I have a Large ami Well Assorted 5t ck of
Fresh Pleats. Hams, Bacon
Bolognas. Lard, Pork Sausoge,
Mead Chvese, Corsiod Seef,
: Eastern Pickled Pori:,
I Trip and Pigs Feet
. niKhet Cah Price ;i 1 f r Cbmce Beef.
I'ork and Mutton nnd
k li emiMni.v in il l
p rm: eiT viti:i-t-fii AKiiii
i. K I.EA,
f it v P
Ice Delivered atFaiTbanlj- at ONE CENT
Per Pound. Put on "board tlie Qars
at the Same Price.
SCHLITZ MILWAUKEE KEG
-Solo Agent for Caiiiomia Preden'cks-
Tresh Oysters Delivered to any vart of tlie country
2oxents a dozen.
s CO 'S EXPRESS
IS ojjhles. Bisbee and all points
with trains -t Be son for al!
Mi , for i -1
SrV- VjJJ e UJ sander-or, Innk II
-Vrrir and Clark (Jierlott, alio:
tM 5t OX.
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