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T0MRST03TC EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, SATUR DAY. APRIL 12. 1890.
LONG TOM FLETCHER. now Ho SUonccil a Uostllo Mooting and Ila.l Tiling His Own Way. "Long Tom Fletcher" is ono of tho conspicuous figures in tho streets of Washington. 'Way' down" in Missouri, and "hefo do wah," tho Colonel, who afterward bec'amo tho first Ecpublican Governor of Missouri, was known throughout tho State as tho best shot wi hin its borders. Ho thought nothiryj of throwing a silver half-dollar up in tho air and hitting it with a pistol ball, and ho had so frequently competed with a pistol at forty yards against a riflo at two hundred, that tho country yokels would no langor permit him to. enjoy tv.net fries' of marksmanship at tho county fairs. In tho early days of 1801, savs a Washington correspondent of the K- w York Tribune, when politics were tt-A Tint in tho Stato of Misso-iri, "Long Tom Fletcher" was once billed to ad dress a moctinrr in a country town upon tho burning questions of tho hour. It was generally understood before tho au dience assembled thai certain miliaria in the neighborhood had pledged them selves to break up tho mooting and make thinT3 lively for tho orator of tho occasion boaides. Evidence of stormy times ahead Avas by no means wanting tho moment Fletcher stopped upon tho platform, but coming forward ho quietly rlaceda larrro Colt's army revolver upon tho table and addressed his audience as follows, with a pleasant smile, and in a mild, porsuasivo tone of voice: "Gentlemen: I understand that thero are some among you hero who differ slightly from mo in politics, and that you proposo to start a riot upon this occasion. Now, this is a freo country, and speech and opinions aro free to all, so I want it distinctly understood" and here ho significantly tapped tho weapon beside him "that if any of you think you can get away with mo you can just wade right in and help yourselves." "Well, sir," said tho Colonel's friend, who told mo the story, "Fletcher just went right for 'cm, from the word go. And, would you believe it? Those same f c Hows who wero so sanguinary before, now in sight of that shooting-iron, lying there so peacefully and lamb-like, began presently to shout: 'Right you air, Cunel! Yew jest give 'em thunder, an' weuns'll stan right up fer yew every time, yew kin jest bet!' "This incident," remarked my in formant, "aptly illustrated tho curious fact that even inanimate objects are gifted, at times, with a remarkably per suasive eloquence." WITNESS AND JUDGE. A Victim of the Law Fined for Giving the Court Good Advice. An amusing scene was recently en acted in a country court-room in Maine, says the Lewiston (Me.) Journal. Tho trial justice, a big, pompous official with a voico like a trombone, took it. upon hinvsolf to examine a witness, a little, withered old man, whoso facowas as red and wrinkled as a smoked her ring. "What is your name?" asked tho jus tice. "W'y, 'squire," said the astonished wit ness, "you know my name as well as I know yourn." "Never you mind what I know, or what I don"t know," was tho caution given with magisterial severity. "I ask the question -in-TiiTci3l-Tpmrftiia-Wtt;3rj vou'ro bound to answer it under oath. With a contemptuous snort tho wit ness gave his name, and the questioning proceeded. "Where do you live?" "Wal, I snuml" ejaculated tho old ms.ii. "W'y," hocontinucd, appealing to tho laughing listeners, "I've lived in this town ail my life, and so's he," pointing to tho justice, "an', b'gosh, to hear him go on you'd think " "Silence!" thundered tho irate magis trate. "Answer my question or I'll fino you for contempt of court." Alarmed by tho threat, tho witness named his placo of residence and tho examination went on. "What is your occupation?" "Huh?" "What do you do for a living?" "Oh, git out, 'squire! Just as if you don't know that I tend gardens in the summer season an' saw wood winters!" "As a private citizen I do know it, but as tho court I know nothing about you," explained tho perspiring justice. "Wal, 'squire," remarked the puzzled witness, "if you knowsomethin' outsido the court-room and don't know nothin' in it, you'd better get out an' let some body try this case that's got hoss sense." The advico may havo been well meant, but it cost tho witness ten dol lars. THE NEW OPERATOR. ilo Is Stl 1 Looking tor tho Coal That Niver Came. "I remember when I was down in Las Vepas some years ago," said an old-time telegrapher to a Minneapolis Journal reporter, ''tho office was short a press rcporc man. One day an operator, whoso clothes had -seen hotter days, drifted in and inquired if ho could find worlc. 'IVhat kind of a job do you want?' asked tho chief. 'Are you a report man?' 'Yes, sir,' replied tlo ncw-comcr, confi dently. Ho was seated at tho press wiro, and, taking a knife from his pock et, leisurely began to sharpen a pencil, tho while listening to the instrument aj it clicked off tho items. The operators in tao room began to wonder why the 'fast man' did not begin to copy, and when ho asked a chock boy where the water-cooler was, and had taken a drink from it, they thought the new report operator was a 'good one,' and was try ing ta raako a record. By this time tho sender at the other end of tho wiro was probably fifty to ssventy-five words ahead, and while they knew that no op erator in tho world could copy that far behind thought thoy must have found a telegraphic phenomenon. Then tho would-bo press man asked where U12 coal-box was, picked up tbo scuttle and went outside. After waiting a few min utes the chief, who by this time con cluded that the operator was a fraud, stopped the sondcr. Tho new operator never returned, and it is supposed ho is still looking for tho coal that never camo." The Can Can is keeping up its ex C?U nt reputation for Sunday dinners and to-nioirow vill be no exception to the r..Ie. All kinds of dainty dishes and excellent coffee. Visitors are sure of a warm welcome. HROiC AfcJBIh BURGtSS. ,Vn Arrerrcnn Girl Ylio TVas Every "Willi cb TSraro na Grace Darling ror.an who is now assistant keeper "3 Head Light could enlighten .fro wish to know something of ; - crienccs of light-houso keepers. : thi3 woman lived at Madtinicus -enty-fivo miles from the main :d, au i inaccessible except in pleas - weather. Her fathar, Samuel .?T-ns--, was tho keeper at this ligh.t, -lV. 3 family consisted of an invalid ;.'o and fivo children, ono daughter, . being seventeen years old. At 1 .o time of the memorable galo that r'.-,vi Minot's Light into tho sea tho kcorvr happened to bo away. Tho heavy seaa broke over tho rock, washing every movable thinir away until of "the dwell ing not n. stone remained. Tho littlo ones hurried the mother to tho tower, and then crept in themselves as tho sea cleared tho rock of all save the stono liiht-house. For four weoks they lived there alone, for no human being could go to their rescue, but night after night Ahhio lighted, the beacon, and it never failed to shino through the gale, One dav in 1857 Mr. Burtress left tho rock to obtain his salary and to securo provisions. A gaio prevenicu nis reiuru ami tho family ran short of food. Abbio fashioned a sail, and her brother, who h.innnnnd to bo at home, started in a small skill to procure food. 'For twon-ty-ono days tho family lived on a cup of corn-meal and an egg each per day, for tho son was not heard from until tho twenty-second day, and added to tho risk of famine was the suspense as to the fato of their father and brother, for wero they drowned tho family would havo starved on tho dcsolaio rock. During all this time, at tho end of which the father returned, Abbin cared for tho sick mother, comforted thj children and kept the bright light burning to save tho passing ships from dashing on Mad tinicus rock. To-day, says the Lewiston Journal, her husband is keeper at Whito Head Light and she is the assistant, and a braver woman never lived. MIGHTY HARD TIMES. What Washington 'ic-.-itory Colonists At3 a Vow Yonr3 Aso. During tho spring and summer of 1887 about 800 colonists went to Port Angeles, says tho Seattle Press, and during those same seasons over $30, 030 was spont. It was a glorious big pic nic. Tho men would work on tho col ony's tramways until they fancied them selves tired, when they would call a haltmnd stop work for tho day. Thoy held stormy meotmgs, at which all hands would pitch into tho debate, and I then after adjournment they would all attend a dance and havo a gloriously good time of it. This was kept up until the funds wero all spent and a big debt of about 510,000 or more was accumulated in Seattle and Port Townsend. A cloud had gathered over their heads and thoy could not see the silver lining. Starva tion stalked through the colony wig wams and pointed with bony fingers at the victims ho intended to carry to his home over the snows of winter. Tho beef supply was cut down from a whole carcass a week to a quarter, and then the beef supply was cut off alto gether. The butter bill, which had been ranging as high as $55 a week, was wiDed out. and the colonists had no itetreff5Iimcnf was tuo oracr-of- tho day, and it was carried to such an extent that the standard bill of fare was as follows: Potatoes, bread and cotton-sccd oil gravy for breakfast. Bread, potatoes and cotton-seed oil gravy for dinner, and Cotton-seed oil gravy, potatoes and bread for supper. Some people did not have even enough of this. Philip Jleagher, who ha3 lived in Port Angeles for twenty six years, says: "Many a time have I stood on this wharf and counted from forty to fifty lanterns going along that beach. They wero colonists, and they carried with them each one a pade and a bucket, going after a meal of clams. Thoy were proud, but I tell you they wero hungry, too, and no mistake.'' THE SQUARE THING. How a Missouri Alan Kectilicu a oner ous Error. The train wa3 just pulling out of "Weston, Mo., for St. Joe, when, ac cording to a Kcw York Sun writer, one of tho passengers in tho smokar put his head so far out of tho window that a man near him felt it his duty to utter a note of warning. "Yes, it is a littlo risky," replied tho man, as bo pulled in his head and sat clown, "but I was looking for a grave in that field. Reckon it has been plowed under and forgotten." "How did they happen to bury him there?" "It's a sad story, gentlemen very sad. It was just ten years this month, and I was living here then. A stranger came in from the West with three horses to sell, and ho acted so queerly that wo clapped him in jail. Ilo never denied that ho stole 'cm, and one night the boys turned out and hung him to a tree bad: there. That used to bo our way of discouraging the business, and I believe it is still practiced further west. We buried him near the tree, and it was his grave I was looking for."' "Ifever denied it, eh?" queried ono of the listeners. "Xever did, although wo gave him every chance. Just a week from the time ho was hung we found out that ho was an honest, honorable farmer, living about forty miles below us. Whilo ho hadn't stolen the horses, ho had killed a man, and ho no doubt believed we wero hanging him for that. Wo felt mean enough when wo discovered that ho was no horse thief, and that all ho had dono was to pop a man over and a Kansas man at that, and he must have been sadly puzzled over our conduct. We made such reparation as wo , could, how ever." ";n what way?" "Oh, wo rounded up the grave, passed resolutions of sympathy for the wife, sent tho horses on homo, and a few months later I went up and married his widow;. She's in the next- err behind." Entitle! to the Best. All are entitled to the bestthRt theii money will buy, so evi-ry famdy should lave, at once, a bottle of the best family remedy, Syrup of Figs, to cleanse thr y-;tein when cotive or bilious. For K ile in 50c. and $1.00 bottles by all lead ing druggi.ts. THE BLOOMER COSTUME. die Lady Whoso Nnmo It Bcara Denies That Sho Introduced It. Tho'following letter from Mrs. Amelia Bloomer, whoso name became world 'amous years ago in connection with vhat was known as tho "Bloomer cos tume," is printed in tho Ladies' Homo Journal, and has a keei. degree of in terest in that tho Mrs. Bloomer denies tho credit of introducing tho costump in America. This letter, recently written, is now produced in print for tho first time: Council Bluffs, Ta. My Dsrr S.'r: I hardly know how to write about tho "costume" associated with my name. 3ut I wa3 not its inventor or originator, as i3 co generally believed. In March, 1831, Elizabeth Smith Mil ler, daughter of Hon. Gerritt Smith, ot Petcrboro, N. Y., visited her cousin, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, at Seneca Falls, S. Y., which was then my home, and whero I was publishing tho Lily, and whero Mrs. Stanton also resided. Mrs. Miller came to us in a short skirt and full Turkish trousers, a stylo of dress sho had been wearing some two months. The matter of woman's dress having been just previously discussed in tho Lily, Mrs. Miller's appearance led Mrs. Stanton to at onco adopt tho style, and I very soon followed, Mrs. Stanton intro ducing it to the Senoca Falls public two or thrco days in advance of me. In tho next number of my paper following my adoption of tho dross (April, 1831,) I wroto an article announcing to my read ers that I had donned tho style to which their attention had been cajled in previ ous numbers. Tho Now York Tribuno noticed my article, and made it known to its thou sands of readers that I hed donned a short skirt and trousers, and from this it went from paper to paper throughout this country and countries abroad. I found myself noticed and pictured in and abroad. I was ifecd and censured, glorified and rid! culed. until I stood in amazement at tho furor I had wrought by my pen whilo sitting quietly in my little office at homo attending to my duties. Suffice it that it was the press at largo that got up all the excitement and that named tho dress. I never called it tho "Bloomer Costumo." With mo it was always tho short dress and trousers. It consisted of a skirt shortened to a few inches below the knees and the substitution of trousers made of tho samo material as the dress. In othor repects, tho dress was the samo as worn by all women. At tho outset tho KrmiQrr wore full and basrffv. but wo improved unon them by making them narrower and Fathered at the ankle, and finally by making entirely plain nnfl.Rtrniirbt. fallmtr tO tne SnOO 11KO the trousers of men. To some extent, I think the stylo was adopted abroad, but not largely, or, for that matter, at home. There were in dividuals hero and thero who gladly thpnwnff thfi burden of heavy skirt: and adopted tho short ones, but soon both press and people turned upon it their ridicule and censure, and women had not the strength of principle to withstand the criticism, and so returned to their dragging skirts. For myself, I woro the short dress and no other, at homo and everywhere, for six or to&i seven years, long aiier iun. owu- .inTiorl it. Lucv Stono wore tne aress several vears, traveled and lectured in ! it, and was married in it, I think. Xono of us ever lectured on tho dress ques ' tion, or in any way introduced it into our lectures. Wo only wore it because we found it comfortable, convenient, I safe and tidy with no tnought of intro ' ducing a fashion, but with the wish that everywoman would throw off the bur ! den of clothes that was dragging her life out I This dress question has been of second ' ary importance with mc, and it is not , for that I wish to be remembered. As 1 you will seo from vhat I havo written 1 above, a wrong impression prevails in regard to my part in that matter. I was not its originator. I adopted tho stvlo and made it known to tho public. The press did tho rest. Iam not lecturing at all these last few vears. A throat difficulty and my sevonty years have compelled mo to re tire from active par'.'.c:;-aiion in for the advancement of woman. works A YVa;::lu3 Tin-Cushion. Thero is in Georgia to-day a Confed erate General who was literally shot full of pins during tho late war. He was an extemporized pincushion, but tho pins saved his life. On ono oc casion tho General was lying in his tent at night. The Federals were near enough to shoot into tho camp. It is said ho had just finished a letter homo and had thrown himself do vn for a few hours' rest before the hot work that would begin in the early morning, when ping! a Minie bullet from a sharpshoot er's riflo sped through tho tent and struck tho General in his left side. Tho blow stunned him, and he lay as dead for a few moments. When ho recovered consciousness ho was surprised to find himself still alive. Ho felt a stinging pain in his breast, and, tearing open his shirt, found that tho ball had struck a package of pins his wifo had given him, thinking they would bo needful in hoso days when there was no ono to sew and patch, and had driven every ono of them into his flesh. They had saved his life, but he was a walking cushion bristling with pin-heads. Tho YTcaltla cf Senators. Hero aro a correspondent's figures as to tho wealth of certain members of the United States Senate. Tho figures aro not correct, but they aro relatively o: 5:irbour.. j.uwn... a :eron.. a ell.., alj eirst. ,. El,000,000Plumb S1.000.O30 3,KXUVi,. -uvyer. 30jo.'j 3,000 ! v crmaj 2.J.-N, 2,00-.. .j -i-ii.ire 1 Of 2,000.0. S!:uord. S0,U.J, lO.UOO.'s . ttwart l.JO. u ui s (New). ts.'M i -1 itoclcbridEre.. 3. lut 1 IcKman.. -uiiie 10,00 .. IJrlec 0,50U,0J. .. 5.000,1)01 1 Tho Pope's Stabl-s. Tho Papal stables, which used 'o have forty horses in Pius IX.'s day, havo been cut down to eight horses, and instead of a dozen carriages tiity have four. , o e Mr. Hottler nas icceiveU a lot of the seed of tle e parsette-sainfoin, a foras;r plant that is attracting a greit deal ol atten'ion at the present time. 1( is laiir.ed to be especially adapted to dr countries, and is said to be superior to ucerne n nlfi'f-' Fresh tisn nml Iresli oysters day at the Alaison Dore. every m A'oliee. 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 iinest brands of domestic anil imported brandies and wines; alio porters and all kinds of liquors, Tom and Jerry anil hot Scotch ; hot spiced .-piccd rums a specialty; the Carman Ivcy West cigars the finest for Hr muney to bo had iu Arizona; St Loui. Anheuser Husch lager beer on draught at all times. Nu favorites. Come, all. J. P. Shaughnessy, Proprietor.. Prof. Loisouo's Memory System i. creating greater interest than ever ii all pans ot the country, and persom wishing to improve their inemorx ohould send for bis prospectus fiee a:-advertised-in ano.ber column. Small line ot samples troin mnnufaci jnng corporation ortt-red a live man Jne '.raveilcr earned an average of $jy jcr month lor six yeirs .jisl. f. U. lSo i3i7New York. Harris, llic Tailor, And practical cutler. .Nobby suit md pants a specially. My will is good, my work is just, 1 use you well, but ask no trust. Allen street. Tombstone. Arizona. The Can Cau iinest varieties of rcalaurani has tin ish Crest every day Fresh oysters at ttie Can Cau i ver lay. Tho very iinest collce at the Maisoi Dore restaurant. 'ouriits. Whether on pleasure bent or busines hould take cn everv trio a bottle ol .ivrup ot Fig:-,' at it acts most ple.isanti) and effectually on the kidneys, liver am Oviwels, preventing levers, headaches am .ther tonus of sickness. For sale in 5ct inuSl.oohoitlesrty all leading drugyisis. WaKed Up iffeciually. A lethargic, dminant condition of tlu .iver is haidly to be overcome with dras ,ic Cithaiucs und nauseous chulngiiut's A vernier, pit a antcr unci lar more iffect iVc means exlsis of aiOUsing ttie oigai .vhen somnolent. 'lliis is Hos'eticr U11inat.l1 bnter-, vouched I01 by tht medical fra emit), tested by the publie tor many years. . A resumption by tin ilitry oiji.ih of its stcrelive function, with the activity attendant upon health ,1 return to regularity ol the bowt-ls, anr. 1 renewal of oigestiun, are the no le-s happy and certain results of u-ing tht 1J. tiers sys t niatica'dy. lis lax-tixe el ect is never painful and dienching, it ..n.tcT-r-v hp jf)r ;.ihpr in p-inm,itf re?' il.iruy than 10 reduce a 0 pi us action. Malaria, nervousness, debility, kidne troubles and neuialgia it subdues effect ually. a . ADVICE TO MOTHERS. . 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