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TOMBSTONE EPITAPIE : TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, MARCH 29.1890.
j'jcr. Introduction nnl Cult:. Tii'cf- nf : fco 112111 Soatli of tdc An -.sua. As soon as tbo Brazilian rcvo1:)''rr broko out tho coffeo markets cf York, Iialtimoro, Hvre and Lnn2 vrero preally agitated. Nothing wn moro natural, since it is known the Brazil alone produces more than Lai tho coffee crop in tho world. It has beoi. said also, wrongly or rightly, that the emancipation'of tho slaves, upon whom coffeo cultivation mainly depended, had a great deal to do with tho revolution itself. It appears, fortunately, that neither tho emancipation nor tho revo lution will exercise any harmful influ ence upon tho production of tno great staple of Brazil. "Although tho countrv was discovered SS9 years ago, on April 22, loOD, by tho Portuguese Admiral Pedro Alvarez Ca bral, more thj.n200 years elapsed beforo coffeo was known in Brazil. Tho first trees wero imported from Caycnno to Para, in 1727, by Major Palheta, who re ceived them as a present from Mrs. Claudo d Orviliers, of the French colony in Guiana. Export duties prevented, however, extensive cultivation of tho treo until tho year 17G1, when tho ex port duties wero abolished. At .the same timo Chancellor Castello Branco brought to Rio Janeiro somo coffee trees; which furnished tho seed for tho Fazcndas, or plantations of Rezondo and Sao Gonzalo, whenco tho cultivation spread in most districts of tho provinco of Rio Janeiro, and after ward in tho provinces cf Sao Paulo and Minas Geraes. In 1770 coffeo was im ported in tho Maranhao, and tho first trees in tho provinco of Bahia grew from seed offered by tho Capuchin friars of "Rio to a planter of Villa Vicosca. The great national product was created, and statistics have repeatedly furnished tho figures attained in its further develop ment Tho number of coffeo bags, something liko six millions and a half yearly, is about tho samo as that of tho cotton bales produced in tho United States. Ono hundred and twenty-eight years of tho persistent work of Brazil has sufficed to bring about such a splen did result, which can not bo altered by political disturbances to any appreciable extent. That is made evident by a re view of the attention and great caro necessary for coffeo cultivation; and if this has been successful and progressive up to tho present time, it has been duo evidently to individual qualities, which Brazilians aro not likely to loso in tho future. Tho cultivation of coffeo is not an easy matter. Tho soil is soon worn out and requires continuous attention in order to maintain it in good condition, inasmuch as fertilizers aro not as yet in use aud tho only kind of manure or fer tilizing agent is found in tho leaves of tho tree. Another difficulty is that the plant begins to produce beans only when it is two or thrco years old. From the sixth year tho crop keeps on steadily enlarg ing, until tho sixteenth year. From that timo until it attains its twenty fifth year tho crop is good and bad al ternately. Between tho twenty-fifth and thirty-fifth year beans can bo gath ered only at intervals varying from two to three years; after tho thirty-fifth year a crop is given occasionally, but only by trees planted in first-class ground. Coffee is cultivated with profit on hillsides, looking toward tho rising sun, which are protectol against tho cold southern winds of that austral coun try. Such grounds aro to bo found all over Brazil, and explains how coffee cultivation extends all over tho new great American republic, from tho Ama zon down to tho southern boundary of tho provinco of Sao Paulo, though tho production is tho mcst considerable in tho provinces of Rio Janeiro, Minas Geraes and Sao Paulo. N. Y. Tribune. CREDULOUS LONDONERS. A Successful Hoar l'erpeTatcd on tho Brltiih Public Many Years Agro. Ono of the celebrated hoaxes of his tory took place in London, January 1(5, 1749. Somo unknown person advertised that ho would on that evening, in tho Haymarkct Theater, play on a common walking cano tho music of every instru 'ment then used; that ho would while on tho stage get into a common quart bottle, and while inside would sing sev eral song3 and permit any person to handle tho bottle; that he would, if any of tho spectators camo masked, tell who they were, and that in a private room ho would produce tho representation of any dead porson and mako him speak. In spite of tho absurdity of tbi3 adver tisement the house was crowded. The Duke of Cumberland was ono of tho dis tinguished fool3 p-esent The peoplo waited pitientlz for tho phenomenal performer to arrive, but when ho failed to appear they b?gan to get angry. They hissed and shouted until a person connected with the theater camo for ward and announced that if there was no performance the monoy would bo re funded. Somebody in tho gallery sug gested that if the spectators woull pay double prices of almission tho conjurer would go into a pint bottle. Tho crowd laughed, but soon mado a chargo upon the stage. Cumberland was in a fury, ' and wantod tho theater pulled down. Ho drew his sword, but somebody wrested tho weapon out of his hand. Most of the audience rushed out of the theater p 'll-mell, many losing their hats, cloaks, wigs and swords, but somo remained inside and gave vent to their rago by tea-'lng up tho benches smash " ing tho scenery and pulling down tho boxes, bringing the debm into tho street, wLore they mado a big bonflro of "it. Tho curtain was noisted over tho blaz ing pile as a flag. 1 1 wai never known why tho hoax was perpetrated. Tho proprietor of tho theater was honest in his intention to refund tho admission money, and ho would havo done si lia"! not tho crowd destroyed his prop rty. It is thought tho conjurer simpl v r.v.'aii' to test the credulity of tho public. Chicago News. Willi i f Fin -J One. Bank Cashier I can't di -count thrr J note unless you get a responsible m; to indorse it Mr. Bagloy Say, you don't know any responsible man around here, c you, that wants to indorse a note? Judge. Wanted. Agents, male ami female, in every eil town and village. Outfit free. J'n iiphiil whatever required. Stock, plan mid (onus llie best. I Ins is ;i splendid opportunity to make money. U me :it oeiee fur parlieularri r. 1? Collier, u"5 Warren St., New York. BRAZIL'S CK!.: DREAMS AnO t. Some Novel Thcorlcp r-j-- 1 on u Number of Circ.u. li.;..-."taiOits. To-day in looking through somo hack numbers of tho Galaxy I ran across a rc markablo article on dreams and dream ing, in which t'.io author, Mr. Lewis, presents somo novel theories. Tho re sultof any number of experiments, ho says, sustain tho following facts: Speak ing in a low, monotonous tone closa to tho ear of a sleeper will almost invari ably cause him to dream of terrible ad ventures on water, such as shipwrecks and drowning. Singing or playing on musical instruments induces dreams of dead friends, funeral and other lone some and gruesome thing?, often caus ing the sleeper to moan or oven cry out right in his seeming agony. It seems that sleop soon after meals does not eiuso worse dreams than tho simple and very prevalent habit of seek ing to court tho sleepy god with arms against tho headboard. The worry which may not bo caused by the habit of laying with tho arms resting above the head, according to this experiment er, could not bo induced by an after dinner nap after freely partaking of sauerkraut and pickles. Mr. Lewis also seeks to explode tho old theory that somnambulism is caused by weighty trouble on tho mind of tho sleeper, and ho combats tho idea that any great pro portion of dreams aro tho results of trouble, worry and excitement. His theory that "the many dreams wo dream" aro but tho results of waves of thought across tho brain ho thus aptly illustrates from an experiment. "While ono watched tho sleepers and tho other tho clock, the third loudly slammed the door about ten feet away; the effect was almost instantaneous, tho man sprang up at the sound, looked around in alarm, and then exclaimed: 'Thank God that it was only a dream.'" It seoms that ho had dreamed of being on a crowded street in front of a build ing which tho people about him pro nounced unsafe, but that ho still lin gered near tho toppling wreck. Then ho tried to elbow his way through tho crowd to a place of safety. But tho people jeered and laughed and held him fast. Ho bogged, coaxed, threatened and entreated, still they hold him, till tho building fell and tho shock broko tho spell. Ho must havo dreamed tho entire dream in a second, yet it seemed to him that ho was in danger as long as half an hour beforo tho final awakening scene was enacted. To put tho thought flash theory" beyond dispute many ex periments wero indulged in. Some times a weight was let drop, a chair struck or tho blinds slammed. In every instance tho sleeper had dreamed of somo startling adventure. St. Loui3 Republic. HARD ON THE FEET. ' Washington Pavement Cripp'o Visitors from tho Itural Districts. "Washington is rather a peculiar city in ono respect." said Dr G. A. White, chiropodist "Of all tho cities in tho world perhaps not ono i3 so hard on tho feet, especially of visitors. The asphalt pavements and brick sidewalks are very nice, but it is not long before their com bined influence compel people to limp from painful feet when they come here. 1 havo known thou-sanls of peoplo to como to Washington from all parts of tho world and hero it is that they havo tho fir.it trouble) with their feet. People who come here from tho rurjl districts can tramp over tho streets of this city but a few weeks bo."oro corns and bunions begin to ma'io themselves felt "Tho membora of tho Chineso lega tion somo timo ago had a very unpleas ant experiences with American shoes and Washington streets. Wishing to conform to our customs to somo extent, tho cntiro legation orlorcd shoos of a fashionablo stylo and bsgan wearing them. They had never known what it was to bo bothered with piinfulfeot, but after they had mado tho chango in their footgear every ono of them had their first oxperienco with corns and bunions."' "Who aro somo of tho prominent men who havo had troublesome feet?'' "General Grant had to seek a chirop odist So did Garfield and Colonel In gersoll. Tho lattor two wero very heavy men, which tended to cause foot troubles." "What aro tho chief causes of tender feet?" "Tight shoes, hard pavements and in dustry. There is a constant increase of such troubles from tho fact that this city is becoming moro and more a fash ionable centor, and a small shoo is as much a necessity for some people, ac cording to their own ideas, as it is to have their clothes cut in tho latest style. Then there is no city in the world whoro so much walking is done as in this. Many people walk miles here, when they would not go a square in any other pi jco on foot Iho attraction of our beautiful streets and city lures them out for exercise, when they would take a car or a carriage in any other place. They might take all tho exer cise they do now, and even more, with out foot troubles, if they would but mako themselves comfortable with shoes that aro largo enough." Wash ington Post Baroness E.'s Eccentridt7. A Baroness E , tho widow of tho last Swedish Governor of S.weaborg, who surrendered tho fortress to tho Rus sian troops in 1S09, was very beauti ful in her younger days. When Alex ander tho First went to nolsingfors to open tho Finland Parliament a ball was given in his honor, and ho led off the dance with tho General's wife (Baroness E ), and with his usual gallantry kissed her hand. Tho lady decided to carry that kiss with her to tho grave, and from that hour sho never washed her right hand, butalway3 woro a kid glove. In her old ago this peculiar habit proved, shall wo say, somewhat offensive, and sho found it difficult to induco peoplo of her own rank and sta tion to join her at a game of whist To gratify this, her only passion, sho offered free board, lodgings and clothing to three poor students at the university, whoso only obligation was to play whist with tho old Baroness for a couplo of hours every evening. San Francisco Argonaut Entitled t the Best. All ar entitled to the best th it 'heii money will buy, so every family shoul. have, at once, a bot'le of the best fam.h remedy, Sjiup of Fis, to cleanse tin yMeiii when ro-tive or hi'miii. Fo sle in '50.'. and $1.00 bottles by all lead ing druggi.ti. BEATING A LAWYER. How a Farmer Mado a Handsome Sum ' Without Kucli Trouble. Ono of the best gems of Allen, of Mississippi, says a Washington corre spondent of tho New York Tribuno, "was dropped tho other night at Cham berlin's. Half a dozen congenial spirits wero seated together at a table and ono thing and another led Allen to reel off a full dozen of stories. Tho last one was about his Tupelo constituent, Bill Brown. Bill is an old farmer who owns half the marshes around Allen's native city. A year ago he bought a young bull from a lawyer who is a shrewd fel-' low and known throughout Allen's dis trict. "Brown wasn't quite sure of his bar gain," said Allen, "so every timo tho lawyer went that way he hedged so much that tho lawyer grow extravagant in his praise.'' "I tell you, Brown," said he, as ho rode by tho farm-house, "that's tho finest animal in the whole country. I'd ride any timo two miles out of my way just to pass it in your meadow. I sold it to you for $75, but I reckon it'u worth" "flow much is it worth, cap'n?" said tho farmer. "Well, if I was selling it to-day I wouldn't lot in go for a cent less than S350. It's worth that and I congratu late you on shaving mo so neatly." Bill Brown felt pretty good over tho bull, and every timo he saw tho law yer they talked about it, the lawyer al ways repeating that ho would not sell it for lesc than 8250. The lawyer in tho meantimo had be come counsel for a Mississippi railroad and had to appraise and settle all difiT culties for tho corporation. Ono day as ho sat in his office loutish Bill Brown camo in, twirled his hat bo- tween his thumbs, and said in a wheed ling tone: "I reckon that 'air bull is good for a pert sum, cap'n." "Certainly, Mr. Brown, certainly; S250 couldn't buy i'o of me 11 1 still had it in my possession." "Well, cap'n, that 'air bull was run over by yer railroad las' night, an' I reckon you'll see that they pay mo 5250 for it" A DRUMMER'S RUSE. His Lively Eiper'cnce in a Disastrous Georgia Hurricane. "Drummers aro capable of doing some slick things when they want to." The speaker was an ex-drummer. "I know a young member of tho 'profesh,' " he continued, addressing a Savannah News reporter, "who played a good one on a tobacco house in Savannah on ono occa sion. "A severe hurricane passed over the southwestern portion of Georgia, and tho young drummer happened to bo down in that section at tho time. The firm here knew that he was there, and they wero alarmed. They wired, but wero unablo to get a reply to any of their dispatches, as tho lines in that section wero on the ground. The tracks wero washed and trains did not move for a week. The young dr'mmer, failing to get word from his housr and being unablo to leave where ho was . shopping, full in with a company of young men an! had a royal' big time. He had somo prizo samplr cigars, and he opened box after box, anl they were smoked up. He had a gooC deal of premium chewing tobacco, anc tho country boys helped him chew h. When the weed ended he was withoir. samples. During tho excitement ho die. not s'-p to think in what a predicament he would be when ho would star i out with a score of empty grips. He 'stuck' by tho town, enjoying himself with tho boys, until toward the end of the week, when ho received a dispatch from the house reading like this: 'Are you killed? Wiiv particulars.' It flashed in his mind t put up a pitiful story, and ho sent then, this: 'Not dead. Escaped with my life. Samples gone; send more.' It was a great hit. The proprietors replenished the sample cases, and, in addition, sent their representative several boxes of fine Havanas for his own use." Tho young man mado his rounds on the extras and camo into the city as fresh as you please, receiving the con gratulations of friends and the firm. THE AMERICAN BOY. He Is Beine; Crowded Almost Entirely Out of E1-ploym.'iit. What is to become of the boy if the present tendency to crowd him out oC employmei-'j goes on? asked the New York Tribune. Messengers with beards seem to be growing moro numerous ail the time, and the elevator boy has been largely replaced by tho elevator man. Cash boys, onco common in tho city, have given way to cash girls to a great extent. Tho uniformed, brass buttoned eall-boys at the hotels arc still little moro than a memory, and in their places are men. It is true thero are newsboys about tho entrance to the bridge, and other places where there arc generally crowds of people, but newswomen and newsmen are compet ing with them in ever-increasing num bers. Uptown tho newsdealer has virtually driven tho boys out of the business. With bootblacks the story is tho same. A few of them still pursue their calling, but grown Italians havo seized hold of tho best corners, and with their big arm-chairs easily tako away tho business of their youthful rivals, whoso customers have to balanco them selves on ono leg against tho sharp cor ner of tho building. Thero are a few boy peddlers of shoestrings and hand kerchiefs, but this occupation is fai more appropriate to thoso who havo ar rived at years when an amble is thi natural gait. On trains there aro stil many lads who go about distributing illustrated papers, light novels ana boxes ot candy, and then go about again collecting them, incidentally selling a iew of tho articles, but even here th' men arc getting ahead of them. Yes what shall become of tho boy is a seriou luesti.n. If tho present moveruen ,oward his displacement continues thi only thing left for him to do will bo tc :rov up and become a man, but un ortunat -ly this take time. Mr. Hoerler lias icieive.i a ioi of thi ed ot 1 he e'.parsette-sdinloin, a lor.t. il.int that is attracting a meat deil tten'ion at the prt-sent mnr. I' i.ume't to be espe ially utapted m dr "Untries, and i-. s.od in be superior 1 I l' TP ',r 'ir-,f o Fresh fish and fresh oysters ever day at the Alaisun Dorc. A'oficc. If you want pure, straight whiskey, of the most celebrated brands, drop into the Pony saloon and satisfy your self of this fact. The Pony also car ries the finest brands of domestic and imported brandies and wines; also porters and all kinds of liquors, Tom .iiitl Jerry and hot Scotch ; hot spiced -piccd rums a specialty; the Carman Ivoy West cigars the finest for the money to bu had in Arizona; St Louis Anheuser Buscli Ligerbuer 011 draught .it all times. No favorites. Come, ail. J. P. SllAUGHKESbY, Proprietor. . e Prof. Loisetto's Memory System. is creating greater interest than .ever in nil parts of the country, and persons wi.-diing to impiovo their memory should send fur his prospectus fice as advertised in ano;her column. tALliiMir waited Small line of samples from mmufact irinf; corporation orft-red a live man One traveller e.trned an average of iji ,j.r month for six years oast. P. O. iio I ?l7New York. a Harris, the Tailor, And practical cutter. Nobby suits and pants u specialty. My' will is good, my work is just, f use you well, but ask 110 trust. Allen street. Tombstone. Arizona. The (Jan Can restaurant has the finest varieties of ish fresl" every day. Fresh oysters at the Can Can 1 very day. The very finest coU'ce at the Alaison Dore restaurant. 'ouruts. Whether on pleasure bent or business hould take en every trip a bottle ol Syrup 6l Fifj--, as it acts most pleasant!) ind effectually on the kidneys, liver am. i.iuels, preventing levers, headaches ani ther forms of sickness. For sale in 501 nri $1 ooho'tlpshv nil leading 'trntrt? ins- BAN -OF- T'OMBSTO NE. CAPITALS LOO 000. ETOMBSTONE, A IZ0NA iKORGE BERROTT - . Presiden JKO. II. CAKREL - - - Vice-I'rcsfdein i. W. WOOD Caslni- WIU. TRANSACT A GENERAL KINC BUSINESS, EXCHANGE, RECEIVE Of POSITS COLLECTIONS, ETC. J. V. "VICKEES8 FREMONT STREET, Real Estate, Mines, Money, and Insurance! EAL ESTATE Bought, Sold and Rented vtONEY Loans Nejjctialed and lnestni made. NSURANCE Fire, Accident and Lile iIlNES Bought and Sold. JOLLECTIONS Made. Taxes Paid, Notary Public. SALOON. Gremiine Scotch and Irisli Whiskies a Snecialty. Boston Baked Eeans Every Night. The Best of All Kinds oi Wines and Liquors. 3ILLTARDS AND POOL. A place whf re per tlemen will be p'ea'anth ecr-ived, poli elv waited on, and where they cat njy themstlves.. "How to Cure All Skin Diseases." 9im. lf nnnll- 44 l'AVM.'' . 1IM I MPM T " n 1 it mil mrtluine nqnirtd. Cures ieir, c- llll, IIU'I, HI C UJJ11"I13 JII ll'C (tic ' iT.HU , io-p, etc., le.vimr tip -kn clar. whre ;ni 'aMiy. It ettle li ir and curtive diwc.-' 1 e iX)S3.wd no o hr rem-Hy Abk cr rui;isr for rvAYN-.V OlMMbXT 2 156m Mind wandering mrfl. BooVb learned in ne ro-inR. Tret tin fim nil parts rt tho plot'. P.- rpectns POST FREE, JPiit on rpptiivti n to Pmf. A. LoiseUe, 37 Tilth Ave. New York. ,OUR NEW Solid w.i it b lit the wtrld. I't-rtvit thuvket jk r. Warranted heuy, ouu c.oi-u liimtiiijr i'ttrt DotU Kuliff mid pint Prizes, with MrUs mid ciinn of equal Gallic. OXK l'UuXm 11 u it amy can ?vi urr one t. top ther with our lurjre iluuljl Hitrof II oiltllil4l TlitM! fnn: !... in rTTih. untili. itn ft'' I. .AH tllfMi'fU uu nif.1 do Is IO how h it h ei.l ru tl10 w I,w 1 H friewh awl neighbor1' Hkm U.ut you ihatnmajiTtiulu in v lu ibid trade for a, w UU U If M for nn l n mm ia ned. amlthuiwererewiJ. We uy nil einn..frnplii,itc Afier vuakiiiiwaJ.lt voa w.wlJ hkit lo po to rk Jot ui. touuu "etmirwui Oto Slt Jr weikond uimnnl. A(Urr, Stimuli tXi Ctf t Kvx tiX Furtluuu, AXuiuu, WON A. C9HN GI9ABS, 1T0BACC0S, Outlery, Stationery and SMOKERS' ARTICLES. IMPORTED CIGARS Constantly n Hans. 4EERSCHADM AND AMBER GO0I toie Agents lor the ."SL0TK CIGAR. A. COHN & F RO Allen Street, bet. Fourth and Fifth The Cochise Hole Cor. 4th & Toiio-lmut Sts. Only First Class Hotel in Tombstone. LARGE, LOFTY E00MS Elegant Parlor for Guests. Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers Restaurant ALLEX ST., BET. FOURTH & FIFTII. 12. Oysters and Fish Fresh Every Day. AH the Delicacies in Season. Open at All Hours Miss Nellie V. Walsh, Proprietress 409 ALLEN STKEET. MRS. A. TDQDST, PROPRIETRESS. Shelled and Canned Oysters Constantly on Hand. Finest Eating House in the City, Juan A. Garcia, CUSTOMS BROKER, SAN PEDRO, FONORA, MEXI 0. Pays strict attention to all matters connected with the Mexican Custom Hou-e. Is responsi ble for all fines imposed by the Mexican Gov rrnment, but not for duties that the Cu-tonu officers neg'r-ct to charge. All business con nected with the Mexican CuMom House at tended to wiih promptness and disnatch. 45TA11 papers and docun cnts given immedi ate attention at very reasonable prices. CVT OTA D: LA KEROSENE. BEST & SAFEST OIL MANUFACTORED Strictly Water Wh te. Guaranteed 150 Fire Test ! Ruv the Uest Oils s iliyare rot only th -AKK.iT, but f'Ointfeir snp-rinr crav ty ant. "jurninn qu ility are t che ipest i i the end. N'o oi' has ev r beei oflVred t 'he nil l'c th.v 611-t allt'.e req-iirrni-nts ot SAFlilY. 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Hon iionth 'o month tupic-. of con mard i g int n si i in -ery held ol humf-n ll cu.hl and . c ion V he treated ol in lis pages by lepre.'entalive vriters, whose woids and mmc cany buthoiit wiih them. i The fi rthcoming vo'ume wi'l be sisnal:zed b ' v. .. j : , : t j li '- u'- ui-v-u-si ii ui ijiicsiiuii: ci I'lii jjiiuni: ill terest hy hi for most men of the time, notabiy y a controversy on Hn-e Trade and Fiot ct on in iheir bearing npon the detelcpmer t o: Anur ican Ii dustry and Commerce, 1 etween the io nv si fa incus living statesmen of.EigUnd and Amerii a, The Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone AND Hon. James G. Blame. This discu'sion, t mbracing th most import nt contributions rer made to an Ane ioai peiioi i al, will begin in the January i umb r. 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