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TOMBSTONE EPITAPH : TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY. APRIL 5. 1890.
NOT TH IMPW I t;icT ' ho. tv--. -a8.5. J.5'-U1? .mi '-'"ttK-iidaftff frc'"M.' A I ilt 1 tion ox the prosM, e-'in.rm.t'-i. .r JrtAhe halt n oimtsi'ssji I.Iaii , aud.fEKpiTKS. ;ia;,.i.. n-.- J :.f- .every ix.xiv;.. nnaUy Li 1 L M7l most o:v !; i ;:an".iiiirv "mul, lciiyr ajmouiicinff . to ?o tliii t'OE.nu'h.-V riidiif urtifii!sfti1&ritarv: 'WZ-sh. 'p&nclplo' lt' tiiItoS!'ntn-fint:V'ai-J r -. , nmk?J .a -4fcail?,:iiilij!:''fi?ySil,j(U(, , t last decade 01 tho yire-t i.t , 'Jonlyrfotlier "fBJefitifel o'Vlie'W.v.: ' Tnamc,-k,nd a,a,- yr'or SVii . doubtedly be committed on iht Hv&p da of 'ranUary JLOO.' Tho 'ifrp-UashV hul--i :'iabalo iftowspapei'ff -will'1 blow" "lip clia trump.ets;thst thatis.the beginning .pf. tho twentieth canary, whereas f 'tho plain, arithmptipaV truth is til at th e whole tit the1 year 1900 will' belong' to ..tho nineteenth oentury,:and thoi first, day of tug next cqntury (Willj be Jan uary 1, 1901. Let ua jllustrate. this 'In M such a way thai even a child dan under- -ir6taiiai: t-'"I i 'it 1 The tbingtrproyed-iia Jhat ten years make-a-decade-and ten decades make & century.--The, more changing of the digit from 9 lb 1'6'does not make a year, n6rwill the changing of tho 'numbering of the years Jrom 1899 ito 900;-mke a year. Tho Jfull year 10 belonirs to the first decado and ,the full year 19po bo-' longs to the nineteenth Century. Tho iollowing tabloWill more fully? explain. , (,. , ' jo v. ;,!'. . I . DECADES. ' Is I l2 3 4 5 0 7 8 9 10 8- .13 U 15 10 17 13 19 20 ,21 , ,23 81 23 S3 27 21 2J 30 31 32 33 31 33 30 37 33 39 40 43 41 45 40 47 43 49 50 51, 52 53 54 53 50 57 53 59 60 .61 63 63 64 65 60 67 63 p9 70 71 72 73' 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 8H 83 i 83 84 85 80 87 88 89 90 91 192 93 94 95 90 97 93 99 100 JOINED THE BRIGANDS. CENTURIES. 1st Ven. 2d Ctn. 10th Oen. lilh Cen. lSlh Cn. 1 101 901 1401 1801 2 102 903 1403 1802 3 103 903 1403 1803 4 101-901 1404 1804 5 103 903 1405 1805 0 103 903 1408 1800 7 - 1.7 907 1407 1807 - 8 103 903 1403 1808 9 1J9 909 1403 1809 10 110 910 1410 1810 20 1J0 920 1420 1820 30 150 930 1430 1830 40 140 940 1440 1840 03 150 950 1450 1850 CO 100 930 1460 I860 70 , 170 970 1470 1870 SO ISO 930 1480 1880 93 190 990 1490 1890 01 191 991 1491 1891 93 132 992 1492 1892 01 193 " .993 1493 1893 04 . 134 994 1494 1894 05 133 995 1495 1895 03 133 993 149S 1890 07 197 997 1497 1897 03 193 993 1498 1898 09 199 999 1499 1899 103 200 1000 1500 1000 Adventure of a Detroit Judge and fipo'rts Ji"' 1 ' man la Sunny Italy. j A strange story of. adventure, occur ring under the most peculiar circum stances, can bo got by the novelist from the life of Judge Longworth, so well known in, Detroit as a lover of aquatic sport and as the owner of the yachj Minx. . The judge's travels took him to Italy, says the Detroit News. Once there his Attention was attracted to tho brigands who still infest the country of hand organs and unrivaled sunsets. Ho at once conceived tho novel idea of join ing some band of these freebooters and from this vantage-point studying' the character of those whose real identity had been obscured if not lost in the long-maintained environment of legend, .s.tpry and song.. For one of the judge's nature, to conceive was to act. Ho sought; out the leader of a widely-known band; declared himself a freebooter of' he, deepest dye, and by his inimitable grace of act and language won the heart of the chief marauder. He was re ceived Under' the prestige of an indorse ment that was more to the brigands than any claim of law or morals. For two months tho iudiro did more to enliven tho mountain fastnesses than all the rest of tho "merry outlaws combined. His stories were the best, his conrtly manners tne beau ideal of cultivated lawlessness. His hand was incapable of outrage' or crimp, and it is a part of this true revelation that had the judge re mained much longer a member of the band it would have become impover ished. He deftly managed to acquire a virtual leadership, and saved many a traveler from paying the toll so ruth lessly demanded by the bandits. Ho could shoot better than any of his self- ehosen companions; was their superior m everything that attracts even those who Jack the qualities and abilities ad mired. All of the band looked upon him as a peculiar good fortune bestowed "by some kindly deity of luoky chance or fate, and his advice was accepted where that of others would have been violently re sented. To his associates he was the prince of good fellows, and not one sus pected that his solo purpose was to study tho Italian bandit in life and learn by intimate association just who and what he was. For eight weeks ho was a hap py, rollicking bandit, and when his pur pose was accomplished ho was guilty of a well-managed desertion, for. bandits, like a certain typo of office-holders, may die, but they can never resign. He got out of the mountains and out of Italy. LONDON BANK TELLERS. It is therefore perfectly clear that this A. D. 1890 is the last year of fhe ninth decade of the nineteenth century, and not the first year of it3 last or tenth decade. In 1850 we remembered hearing a very eloquent divine who had entered into the contest on philosophical and historical principles, as he asserted, who was at first so thoroughly con vinced that 1850 began the second half of the nineteeth century that he de clared he was just as sure of it as he was that there was a God in Heaven. We were extremely shocked to hear Buch a declaration from the pulpit, and re marked that the divine did not under stand himself, fo- in reality he was much more sure of the latter than of the lormerpart of his proposition; and it was only about six months from that time when wo had the good fortune to again be present in his church when he publicly acknowledged and confessed his error, deplored the seeming pro fanity of which he had been guilty, and took back all his theories that the year 1 had begun at the commencement of tho second year of the Christian era, and consequently that the twelve montns preceding were, and ought to be, marked only with a cipher, as if they did not occur in any year, and admitted that tho commencement of the second half of tho nineteenth century was still some six months in the future. He ad vised his congregation never to follow his example of allowing the heat of de bate so to obscure their vision and warp their judgment as to insist upon the invincibility of any position which they were led to take from a superficial understanding of the subject. Education In Alaska. There is scarcely a daily average at tendance of ten in a school population of from one hundred and fifty to two hundred at each village in Alaska. Fifty thousand rubles are each year appropriated from the imperial treasury of St. Petersburg for aid to the church and the support f schools in Alaska. Part of the church revenue is derived from the sale of candles at funerals and marriages and from the rent of church property de voted to secular purposes, which the Graco-Russian church, under the pro visions of the treaty, was allowed to re tain. This is not very valuable, how ever, as a source of revenue. Tho Rus sian churches among the Aleuts of the seal islands of St. Paul and St George, in Behring sea, are in great part sup ported from contributions of the indus trious wage-earning people of these islands. GIGANTIC WORMS. Thy Are Natives of Australia, and at Least Six Feet Long-. The work ef earth-worms in the operations of nature is a very impor tant one. Darwin has shown us that they are constantly occupied in making the earth more mellow by perforating it with their galleries, and that they en rich it by collecting in these subter ranean passaires earth that has beon subjected to change in their intestines, and- also leaves, which have fallen to the ground and are dragged into their retreats. But if these little beings can accom plish such wonders it would be inte esting to know whether the Megascolidea Australis, an earth-worm of Australia, has a like mission. This creature is of the size of an ordinary adder, and atleast six feet long. A writer in La Nature says that it is usually to be found on the banks bordering small rivers, though it occasionally seeks the open country, where one may come upon it by pulling up a stump or upturning the earth. It is not an easy matter to drig this gigantic worm from the winding galler ies which form its retreat. It glides about the sinuous passages with great rapidity, inflating its anterior and pos terior extremities at will, and thus brac ing itself against tho walls, which it renders slimy by a secretion from it own body. ItB moist substance slips easily through the hands which would retrain it, and when once fastened to the adhesive walls of its -home it can only be removed by breaking its length In two. j.nis giant among worms lives a com paratively peaceful life, since its physic al features furnish admirable defense against such enemies as it migbt natit rany nave, its body exhales a strong odor similar to that of creosote, and it has the power of ejecting, to a distance of several inches, jets of milky fluid, Moreover, its life is entirely a subter ranean one, and thus it is secure from the attacks of carnivorous animals. .Naturalists, ol course, have an inter est in its capture, and the aborigines use the oily fluid into which the dead body of the creature resolves itself as remedy lor rheumatism, but it is not very actively sought. When such worms are once dragged from beneath the surface, however, they lose tho agility which, Antajus-like, they 6eem to gain from contact with the earth, and lie absolutely passive, making no attempt to move. Better Than Bohemian Oati. A Kentuckian believes ho has struck it rich. Ho says he can produce a rain storm which will cover a whole county and last four hours at an expense of Sll, for certain chemicals, and he is now im patiently waiting for next summer and a dry spell to try it. If by that time he hasn't dropped this idea to take up perpetual motion something good may come of it. The First Klnc. Kings in the earliest days were mere ly the "fathers of families," and tho word is derived rom the same source as "kin." The Risk of Greatness. He who has reached a high plane of performance has increased his peril for every subsequent performance. He will always be measured from that plane. Unless he can strain every effort to the pitch of his former best work, all his subsequent work will be deemed a deterioration. But if this were not so, high accomplishment would not be worth the name. Great is tho risk of greatness; yet it is bettor to ' Choose to walk high with suDlimer dread, Bather than crawl in safety." Wanted. Agents, male and female, in every city, town ami village. Outfit free. No capital whatever required. Stock, plan and terms ".he best. This is a splendid opportunity to make money. Wriic at. .nice for particulars P. F. Collier, G5 Warren St., 2few York. Influence of the Fireside. What is wanted is not so much out side law, but more law and order in the family. Men are mado or marred at tho fireside. No artificial daddy with a parcel of statutes, formal flubdub and text-books can take tho place of the natural daddy with his love and com mon sense and big hickory. When a man makes tho right kind of laws for his own family and executes them, he need not bother himself about State laws and courts. Entitle! tj the Best. All are entitled to the best that their money will buy, so every family should have, at once, a bottle of the best family remedy, Syrup of Figs, to cleanse the system when costive or bilious. For sale in 50c. and Si.oo bottles bv all lead ing druggi-.ts. Experts in Hand'lng Money Features of the "English. System. A London bank teller, says tho Bos ton Commercial-Bulletin, always experi ences a feeling of relief when he finds his money correct at the close of Fri day's work, and this feeling is usually shared in by the rest of the staff, who can not leave the bank until he either discovers his error or satisfies himself as to the actual shortage. The great bulk of the shortages made across bank counters in England are believed to oc cur on that day. Next in order of bad days for the tell er, or cashier, as he is designated in London, comes Saturday, but there the bad luck is intelligible. Saturday is wages day, and no sooner has tho teller filled his till and loaded up his shelves with silver in 5 and 10 bags than the day's work sets in like a flood. Until twelve o'clock he is paying away with both hands; alter that hour, if he is a receiving clerk a3 well, he begins to re ceive heavily, for Saturday is also tho last day of the week, and every one elects that tho bank should receive his deposits rather than that ho should keep them in his own less secure custody over Sunday. In beginning work on Saturday the London teller faces an open mahogany counter, of which the portion controlled by his desk is probably six feet long by three feet wide. He likes to have good, square view of his customer, and it is one of the canons of British bank' ing that tho eyes of the staff shall com mand the counter. With such an open counter tho chief clerk is able to keep the whole field under his eye at one time, and to relieve the overstrain at any particular desk. The effect of tho exposed condition is beneficial, too, on the Stan, the members 01 which pre serve a steadier demeanor and attend more closely to business while under the eyes of tho public. The London toller is a quick manipu lator of coin. This is largely owing to tho fact that the smallest note issued in London is of the value of 5 or S25 When asked lor gold in a greater amount than his eye can count at a glance, the teller, after counting it quickly with a pianoforte motion, throws it with his copper scoop into his faithful scales, and so checks his count. The weights of these scales are arranged in suitable numbers. The teller also checks the gold which ho receives by weight, and here his knowledge of his business will be tested. One hundred new sovereigns are of full weight, rath er more, in fact, but the same number taken at haphazard will be found to bo nearly half a sovereign (or per cent.) short in weight, while 100 pounds ster ling in ordinary half sovereigns are sometimes 20 shillings (or 1 per cent.) short in value. The teller can quickly satisfy himself as to whether the de ficiency is caused by shortage in tho weight or the count by dividing tho amount and weighing one moiety against the other. If they balance evenly the count is correct, and the dif ference is due to underweight. If tho latter exceeds the average stated tho coin will need to be specially examined; there is probably something wrong. The edge of tho English bank counter is provided with a lip to prevent tho coin from rolling over and to aid tho teller in scooping up. the money. Tho teller usually counts with the first two fingers of both hands, simultaneously; sometimes he uses six fingers, and a teller has been known to count four hundred and fifty sovereigns in one minute, working against time. An ex pert teller will count one hundred pounds sterling value of silver in seven minutes. When it is remembered that the coins are always mixed, and consist of sixpences, shillings, florins, half crowns and crowns, with never a deci mal convenience among them, this will reasonably be considered as a remark able feat. The annual loss from wear and tear of gold coin in England by reason of tho absence of small notes is almost incred' ible. In Scotland the issue of one. pound sterling notes displaces gold to a great extent. The Scotch teller excels in counting paper money. In fingering a bundle of notes he is king of men Placing the packets upright against his left palm, and seizing the top corner be tween the finger and thumb of his right hand, he will turn over thd notes so quickly that an ordinary observer will be as entirely deceived as by the three card trick, and will probably count only sixteen or seventeen to the teller's twenty. Then, to check his count, he will either alternate his hands, or, plac ing the notes horizontally on his coun ter, he will count them toward himself with the same paralyzing speed. The Scotch counter is twice as wide as the London one; it is elevated in tho center and is minus tho rim, which fa cilitates the English teller's dexterity with tho coin. The Scotch teller m Ed inburgh is railed in. His domain is s little island by itself, ho takes no re sponsibility, ho carries no balances in his head, and will not look at a check until the ledger clerk, far off in the cor ner, has countersigned it. An advantage which the English tell er possesses over tho American and tho Scotch teller lies in the fact that lie is- sues clean notes only. Ihe Bank of England has the exclusive privilege of note issues in London and within a radi us of sixty miles, a right conferred for a certain valuable consideration granted to the Government in years gone by. All tho notes received by tho London teller aro sent into tho Bank of England, and they aro not reissued. The average life of a five-pound sterling bank notois two or three weeks, that of a one-hundred-pound sterling bank note three days t-at is, the interval between its ;ssue and return to the bank for final death. . , Jiotiee. 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 nil kinds of liquors, Tom and Jerry and hot Scotch ; hot spiced spiced rums a specialty; the Carman Key West cigars the finest for the money to be had iu Arizona; St Louis Anheuser Busch lager beer on draught at all times. No favorites. Come, all. J. P. Shaughnessy, Proprietor. .rror. Loisetle s Memory System is creating greater interest than ever in ..ii ... i an. punaoi ine; couiury, and persons wishing to improve their memory should "send for his prospectus free as advertised in another column. SALESMAN WANTED Small line of .samples from manufact uring corporation offered a live man. One traveller earned an average of $350 per month tor six ye.irs nast. P. O. Box li7New York. Harris, tiic Tailor,, And practical cutter. Nobby suits and pants a specialty. My will is good, my work is just, I use you well, but ask no trust. Allen street. Tombstone, Arizona. The Can Cau finest varieties of restaurant has the ish frest every day. Fresh oysters at the Can Can 1 very day. The very finest coll'ee at the Maison Dore restaurant. 'ouruts. Whether on pleasure bent or business hould take on every trip a bottle ol Syrup of Figs, as it acts most pleasantly and effectually on the kidneys, liver ana bowels, preventing fevers, headaches ano iher forms of sicki-ess. For sale in 50c ind $t.oobo"tlesby all leading druggists COHN & of; 9 0KAS8, (TOBACCOS, Cutlery Stationery and SMOKERS' ARTICLES. IMPORTED CIGARS Constantly v Hani. MEERSCHAUM AND AMBER GOOD tole Agents lor the "SL'OTE CIGAR COHN & ERO Allen Street, bet. Fourth and Fifth The C oGhise Hotel Cor. 4th & Tonffknut Sts Only First Class Hotel Tombstone. in LARGE, LOFTY ROOMS Elegant Parlor for Guests, 1 Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers BANK -OF- TOMBSTO NE. CAPITAL $100 000. IX0MBST0NE, A IZ0NA 1EORGE BERROTT . . Presiden EO. H. CARREL . . . Vice-Presidcm . W. WOOD caslu CAN Restaurant ALLE.V ST.', BET. FOURTH & FIFTH. Oysters and Eisli Fresh Every Day. All the Delicacies in Season. Open at All Hours Miss Nellio V. Walsh, Proprietress Wlli TRANSACT A GENERAL KING BUSINESS, EXCHANGE, RECEIVE DL POSITS COLLECTIONS, ETC. Got tho Doei Mixed. The wife of a Philadelphia veteri narian accidentally mixed her own pre scription with one made out by her husband for a horse, and sent the wroncr one to the druggist. She was horrified when she found that the druggist had sent her pills home in a cigar box, and inghlened when she found each pill was larger than a plum. Mr. Hoerter .tias iciciveu a .ot of the -eed of the e parsette-sainfoin, a forage pUnt that is attracting a great deal oi tttention at the present tune. It is claimed to be especially adapted to dry countries, and is said to be superior to lucerne or alfalfa J. V. VIGKERS3 FREMONT STREET, Real Estate, Mines, Money, and Insurance! EAL ESTATE Bought, Sold and Rented MONEY Loans Negotiated and Investmt-i made. INSURANCE Fire, Accident and Lite MINES Bought and Sold. COLLECTIONS Made. Taxes Paid, Notary Public. FASHION SAL 0 Genuine Scotch .and Irish Whiskies a Snecialty. BostoD Baked Beans Every Night. The Best of All Kinds ot Wines and Liquors. BILLIARDS AND POOL. IAIS0N DOREE 409 ALLEN STREET- MRS. A. TL7QUET, PROPRIETRESS. Shelled and Canned Oysters Constantly on Hand. Finest Eating House in the City, . Juan. A. Garcia, CUSTOMS BROKER, SAN PEDRO, FONORA. MEXICO. Pays strict attention to all matters connected with the Mexican Custom House. Is responsi ble for all fines imposed by the Mexican Gov ernment, but not for duties that the Customs offio-rs neglrct to charge. All business con nected with the Mexican Custom House at tended to with promptness and dispatch. 3T All papers and documents given immedi ate attention at very reasonable prices If Tfou WANT Iron for Mining Purposes, or WANT Agricultural Implements; or' WANT Anything in the Grocery Line or WANT Any Article of Clothing, or WANT Dry Goods, Wet Goods, Go to the uMHituunaiGujiii 1 indinrrPn I1MLL Allen St., bet. 3d &4th, Tombstone. OSEPrTliOEFLER" DEAL. UK i General Merchandise TENTS, WAGON COVERS MINING SUPPLIES, ETC. Corner of Fifth and Fremont Streets. A. B. MEYER. President and Treae. N. WITHEREIiL, Vice President. R. S. TOWNE, 2d. Vice President El Paso Smelting Works Branch Consolidated Kansas City Smelting & Mining capital, - - .-. $2,000,000. of BQB dies rs 01 bm fltor arn LfiiI AND FURNACE PRODUCTS. PRICES QUOTED ON APPLICATION. H A. TRW. yauager GEO. D, POTTER, General Purc-aung Agent. Now is The Time to SubscKhR TO THE NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW. 1- fc- 'EXTRA STAR" KEROSENE. 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It is a prand, double sizt trlt icope(asIartrea9 isay tomrry We'wili also show vtm how vim MTl tnUB 1IUIU -Tl IU-? "a; ! iri, tiuaii luc u,vriiUsi tit experience. Better writ at once. We pa all exprrachrrM Montezuma House LEOS LABB1EU, Proprietor. First Class Hotel in Every Respect. FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT. Barroom supplied with Choice Foreign and Domestic Liquors. Livery Stable in Connection. FAIEBANK, - AEIZONA. Wanted. Agents for the Economy Fuel Burner. Cheap and best ol the kind n the market. Address P. O. Box 583 Omaha, Neb. Bar Lai j A SEND FOR OUR CATALOGUE and PHICES TLAS ENGINE WORKS, 'MDIANAPOLIS, IND. BLANKS. Location notices, Justices blanks, ap plicable to the new Code, mining bonds f f - ana aeeas, ana an oianxs commonly t Co l Fieah buttermilk at the Can Can.