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TOMBSTONE EPITAPH:, '.TOKTOErA'RTZOlxVi' SATURDAY, -NOVEMBER- 5r1887,
BOB OVRSACH'S STAGE LINE.
Stige to connect with western-bound trala leaves
at 9:30 p. m.
Sige to : 1 in ;:t with entern-bo and train leaves
at 3:30 p. m.
Stage to onnect with Guaymas train leaves
at 9 15 a. m.
OD ( TO TORT1L1TA.
There i a m.n ng ea.iy,
tar, lr away.
Where then- is not a stamp
PbUudii g aw y, . . .
Oh, how the laru era 1 mgh
When they get the Epitaph,
To think how mar ihcy ( 01 the faff,
Far, 'ar wa.
. ' .
Good fat veuisuu at li.-iur'a Butcher
The 1 ucson bur call Lira Bishop
Ben Goounch, Esq., returned to Phe-
The Tucsuii poit are leaving in a
bo ly for S n Diego.
B. A. fuwKaiu tuuii hick, caloadr cf
fat cattle to CrtlilnrnU thU'wtek. ""
Stockmen in Niw Mtxko me selling
and delivering sueis at nine dollars pet
The Uaiiy Reserve is the name of a
newsp iper jut started in Ni!gaje by M.
Mii Kate smith, 'Mho has Been se
ven ly id w tn typhoid malaifa,"is report
ed imj roving.
The bi.vci Kwgmine.Arizond, has 250
mintrb at v. oik and the capacity of the
mhl has been increased.
James Carr, the well-known freighter,
was in (he city on Wednesday. His
home ranch ! now at Weston, Mn.
Dr. K. C. Dunn has been called to
Caliturnu by the dtath of a sister.
During his absence-Dr. Goodellow has
charge ol the County Hospital.
Miss Annette Ellis gave a pleasant
Hallow Eve party to her friends on
Monday eveuing last, at the residence
f her aunt, Mrs. G. G. Berry.
Wm. Humphreys and Charley Walker
hive secured a lon.ract Iron, the Copper
Qtteen Cumpany for 3000 cords of wood,
to be delivcied at the rate of 300 cords
per month. '
Mr. D.-atuerage, wnom t.ie force of
circumstances has connected with the
Daily But kmailer, we consider in no
wi e loponsible tor the diri) practices ol
that slit it.
, j. H.Gill, who occupies Mr.
Pearson's pu pit during ihe latter's ab
sence in ihe EaM, i a )upk man of
.ability. Go ai.d hear hmn -morrow.
j. B. builivan an.i E. S. Drier,
tprowinent Capitali Is of Chicago, are at
the Occident al. They ai e xccompanu d
by MtssSull.van, daugnttr of the former
The Mountain Maid asr, wn ih came
up in the United States Couit in Tuc
son this week, on an applicat on to set
aside the p tent, took qui e a number of
on people to the ancient and honorable
JudgiH:rry's pruning office at N.'gales
fOsiih htil been seized under attachment
f.i rtetitfc Contracted by the tx-editor of
the defunct News, was releasi d ti -day,
and the Judge was awarded the sum f
$107 and costs for the detention of the
H. J. Peio has just received a large
assortment of plush ioods suitable for
prrse ts, consisting of dr-ssing case,
.odor cases, manicure stts, shaving case,
toilet seis, handt rchief sachcts,etc. They
are elrgant, though inexpensive, and
sh tuld be seen to be aopreri .ted.
The EfirAPH ackuowleugef the re
crip of an invitation to attend the
sw.ud presentation to General Miles,
which takes place in Tucson next Thurs
day, at 4 o'clock, at Masonic Half. A
public reception will' be Jeld in the eve
ning from 8 to 9 o'clock.
v -T''t war bridce out Vhe4,a .Crosse
Democ.at office in.-1859, when Gover-'
nor Swineford, ol-Alaska, .was-editing
the inside for Breckenridge, and Brick
Pomeroy the outside for D.uglas. Alf,
do vou remember how you used to come
down Sundays with a pack of cards "to
pay the boys off? "
Jimmy Nash, who has been posing as
the workingman's friend and as the ram
pant opponent of mining titles to townite
property, has secured the Way Up title
to the lot where he lives, and refuses to
pay r nt to the owner thereof, Mrs.
Bailey. Jimmy is a 'consistant little
beggar, hut hr'll have tn take a walk.
1 .it 'i
B trney R gs, a prisoner serving a life
sentence i 1 the Territorial prison, on
Thursday rriorning p, oved himself to be
a hero. When the bullets were falling
Ilk h til, he recklessly rushed out into
the fight, seli.'d a revo'vrr, and at the
risk of being killed bv eithtr. guards or
convicts, shot the murderous assassin
Puebla, as he had raised his knife for
the last thrust into 'he gallant and kind
hearted supi-rir. Undent. Barney Riggs
hat earned hi freedom, and we. are sure
the Dress f the Territoy will join us in
asking Governor Zulick tn send the
brave fellow an unconditional pardon.
yuawnUaM ''' : '
E. S. Dryer, of Chicago, who is at
present in Tombstone, was on ihe jury
that found the Chicago anarchists guilty.
He indignantly denies the report that he
left Cliicigo in order to be absent when
the hanging-bee took place. Before
leaving the East application was imde to
Mr. Dryer to induce him to sign a peti
tion to the Governor reqjsting a com
mutation of th- sentence, but he refused,
saing that he knew no reason why he
should rhinge hii mini in the malt-1.
Mr. Dryer is made nm of tre right kii d
of stuff. His veidict was a rig' t ou- om ,
and the American people applaud nun
n ' O 4
You cannot afford 10 make any impor
tant purchase without onul i g the Cat
alogue of Weinstnck & Lubin, Importer
and General Outfitter, Scrimento,Cal.
The same goods and styhs as kep: b
the leading merchants of New York,
Philade'phia and Ch cago. Piices al
ways at the lowest nouh, ai d the same
to every one. Goi ds not accntdirg to
order may be n turned at ixpeuse ol
house, which is a guarantee that ev. ry
effort will be nude to please the first
time. Catalogues free.
A H ilbronk, Ariz ,di-paicti d ned Nov.
2it savs: The ntrth and Mluih mails
were held up by one man about midnight
October 31s', and lest the driver should
warn the north going mail the h ghwa
man detained him two hours until ihe
nnil going south came along, which was
also robbed. No passengers wirs w th
the ?ouih mail. The north mail carried
one unfortunate pas enher, who was
forced 10 contribute to the amount of
4 o 4
The Daily Blackmailer made no other
reply to the EPITAPH'S charges than
that they would be answered when the
proprietor got "good and ready." If he
does not get "good and ready" in about
ten days, then the grand jury is com
posed of different wnterhl from whit we
tike it 10 be. To pa-s by these charges
unnoticed would be an insult to the de
cency and good name oi this commu
Residents of the Sonio a valley, who
are now in the city, state that the graz
ing interests on the Soniota have been
well nigh ruined by the cockle burr,
which has completely taken the valley.
The foretop, manes and tails of the
horses and the tails of the cattle are
one mass of burrs. The pjst m ust be
removed at any cost or the ranches in
that locality will be utttrly destroyed.
A corps of surveyors, numbering
twenty-four, arrived from Shi Francisco
this week for work on the Southern
Pacific between P.ipigo and Pant.tno.
The new survey wiilleiv the cienaga
high and dry, .nd p ec ud- washouts in
that direction when the new road gets
There is tm rei.ou why the Ind'nns
on the an Giro-. reeivation should
longer be perm tied 10 tarry arms. 'Ihey
receive everything nerdf 11 to their intii
tainance Irom the gove-nment, and the
people of Arizona a d Ne Mixiio de
mand that this ou r ge be put a stop to.
The mining journals are now pointirg
the finger of shame ai tie Tucton Star
and Aiizona Entt r lisr, wlirhwtre to
largely quoted as saying the mines (the
Tottilitas) were the bu-gesi in the work .
Silver Ctiy Enirptjsc
4 4 4
Wm. W. Connor, a well ki own and
respected citizen, died Thursday morn
ing last at his residenie in this :iiy, agid
35 ers, and was buried ves'cr'ay.
4 4 4
Isn't it about lime to tut a 'top tn
promiscuous blackmailing in Tombstone,
or do the people want that sort of .1
thing to continue?
1 -w w
District Court sits in this coy a veek
from next Mondty, Judge Barnes pre
Jenny Lin 1 died in London Novem
ber 2i, aged 68
NO I ICE MASTER MASONS.
All Master M irons in good standing
are invited ti attend a banquet tendered
to he Grand Master, Grand Officers and
representatives to the Grand Lodge to be
held in Tombstone on the evening of
of Nov. 9th, 1887.
A'. J. RlTTE,
It. '" " r."COHN7
4 4 .
On and after April 1st, weekly ice tick
ets will be sold for $1 and upwards. Ice
o weekly customers will not be delivered
tf. SOtHHWFSTFKN ICE CO
4 4 4
We are now prepared to draw drafts
direct, issue letters of credit, and transfer
money by mail, and cable, on all points
of Europe Asia, Africa and Australia.
R. W. Wood.
Bank of Tombstone
Baron Bro.. wi 1 opm a dancing
school on 'luesdiv evening next at the
Sxafng Rink. F r par iru'ars ai d terms
inquire at ths link or at the narhtr shop.
A soiree S it unlay evenings. Good music
always in attendance.
4 e 0 '
Has just rece vrd a ful. Ii.ie of foreign
and domestic Ca-simt r, suitable f r fall
and winter suits. He guaranties to
please his customers as to tlr, price
and quality. Under the Occidental
Hvtel, Allen street. Give him a call
TOMBST.'NE, Nov I, 1887.
Board met pursuant to adjournment
at 10 o'clock a. in.
Present D. Cohn, Chairman, and
Supervisors Frank L. Moore' and T. J .
By unanimous vote of the Board the
following claims were allowed and
ordered paid: .
Mrs. Carnot, Indigent ptron...,$ 15 00
John C. Easton, Usiicefees 45 50
Huachuca WaierCv-., water Oct.. 71 13
Geo. D. Birnaid, marriage-iecord
A K. English, expense 800
Wm. D. Mommonier, stamp and
expressage 25 25
1 he Bancroft Co. chat, moitgage
record 16 50
Ben James, constable fees .... 7. .. 105 40
H. D. Simon, constable fees 34 30
E. E. Verrue, interpreter.... ., 5 00
E. F. Wood, constable fees..,., 51 70
R. Morgan, constable fees 16 40
Daily Prospecior. ...,....,..'. ,$ 15 80
O. Geisennofer, feeding prisoiith.ioB 96
By untnimous vote ol the U ard the
Oilowiiig salaries were allowed- fun the
mouth ol October: """",,' " '
D. Johnson, jailor Wirccx". .".'.:.$ 2$ 'oo
Geo. Haenger, steward h upjjul.'. 80
F. L. Moore, supervisor .15.00
D. Cohn, supervisor... "......... 15 OQ
i. J. Wuitc, supervisor and milt- ' '
age I.1'. '.-31 00
Wm. bUnllidin, jailor Benson. ... 25 00
Dan Simon, jillui Bisbee.'. 25 00
Geurge Fainng'Ou, j tilorvTmb-
stone 155 00
Tal Rolanu, guaruTuiiiuSioDe,. . . 124 00
E. C. Dunn, county pnystcian. , .150 00
Jas. Brow.., hospital nurse-, ..,. . 25 00
Joe Chinaman, hospital cook 40 00
Florence Hcmsath, janiinxi 75 00
Wm. D. Monmonier, clerk Board 41 70
The Boatd hating decided' to visit tne
County Hospital to dayon motion the
Board adjourned to meet at.jp o'clock a.
m. to-morrow. '.'.. .
Approved: David: Cohn,
WM. D. MONMOMER,' Clerk.-
The Board met pursuant "to" adjourn
ment at 10 o'clock a. m. , , ,
Present D. Cohn, 'i.haitnTau,, and
F. L. Moore and T.J.White, Supei vis
ors. '' -
Charles Granville Johnson'coming be-i
fore the Board on the part,of the Metho
dist church, and it appearing to the
Board that lot 9, blk. 48, .Tombtone
district, is the property of -said church,
and that it had been deeded tD'the -Territory
by tax deed, it is therefore ordered
by unanimous vote, that s-ald1 deed 'for lot
q, blk. 48, be and is cancelled j ";
The report of Wm. Hughes, road over
seer of Charleston iqad, district, was ex
amined and found con ect.
Resignation of Wm. Hughes as road
overseer, Charleston district, and as
justice of the peace, was t ndered the
board, and was accepted by unanim us
vote, and the citizens of, CliarfestonVtte
requested to file a petition, with the clerk
of the Board requesting the appointment
of a justice of the peace." --'
By unanimous vote of, the Board the
fillowing bills were allowed:
Johanna Mnnlei, indigent per
son .'...'....$ 15 00
Mrs. Doug ass, indigent 4trson.. 15 to
FicdJ Dodge, constable lee.. 231 30
Wm. Schilliam, constab'e fee... 13 80
Win. Hughes, work on roids... 206 50
j Myers & Bro., dry go i'd? 25 10
M try Cos ello, sewing for hos
pital .-.-. ... 7 co
Dr. C H. Porter, professional
services to Able 500
H. E. Simon, constable tees, bal
ance Oct. bill ,.. ' 5 iO
W. V. Connnrs.milk for hospi al 16 67
Win. Braut h, vegetables for o-
pil .'.: to 40
H.J. Peio, diugs , 20 90
S. C. Bagg, supplies lor court
house and hospital.....,..'..., 73 46
Tombstone gas company and
Southwestern ice corrijearty, ice
andgas v,v ,-. S3 S2
S. Israel, job printing, Hal trice or . '
Oct. bill fJJf ., . j I j 24 00
By unanimous vote the. following . bill
was disallowed: 4 ,
T. B. Coster, feeding's!" C.' ' '
Stephens, deputy sheriff j.-;.V. ; 46 00
By unanimous vote the action' bad on
the following bills Oct. 43d, was' recon
sidered, and they were'allowed:
Dr. J. G. Barney,exanitnir)gbody
of McCormick. ...'...'..'.....$ 10 co
Dr. C. H. Porter.eximining body
of Neeley 500
The Board adjourned to meet at 10
o'clock a. m. Nov. 15, 1887.
Approved: D. Cohn,
Attest: Wm D." Monmonier,
The best butter in town at Wolcotts
TheJ. H. White brand.
Wo'co'.t buys and selU for cash and
hence cannot be undersold.
Notice to Creditors.
(Estate of Antonla Edn ords, deceased )
Notlie Is lertby glviirtyihe Lrdrsii;ned
a tmii4siraior of the, estate, cf Antonta t dmond',
d-ce ise s, 10 Ihe cr sriilors of and all persons hr
lug clhlms against t"i i laid cPcc'sed to exhibit
tl em with the les-arj 01clers within nn
momhsafte the fiist put licstlm if tri. rotfte'
to the 'aid adminisirvftor.-at", his place 01 Lusi.
ne . Coy 01 Tombstone. County of Ccchise,
Territory cf Arizona. EM Or PMAN.
Adminl.tratorof tht estate cf Aiitoiila Eimunds
deceased. -.-.. ., . . .
Dated Lhis.ad.da.pf JIo.V,tinber, 1887.
MILLIONS OF ACRES OPEN TO SET
The 1 md dep,.rniient of Washington
has given n tice that million of acres ol
railroad indemnity land-, will be open to
settlement by homesteaders and pre
emptors within a few months. These
lands are among the best lands ever of
fered west of the Mississippi liver and
in the Gulf States. Such an opportunity
for the young people of this nation to ac
quire real estate for the mere taking will
never occur again, asthe public lands will
by another year be practically exhausted.
Therefore the struggle for homes and
1 tnd will resemble Europe. All who are
about 10 start for the West or to locate
southern railroad lands will find Copp's
Settler's Guide of special servicepub
lished by Hemy N. Coop, Washington
D. C; price 25 cents.
It tells about the homestead, pre-emp-t'on,
timber culture, desert and other
l&ws; how to decip er surveyed town
ship, section and other quarter-sccti .n
corners; howlongre-idence must be con
tinued; what settlement and improve
ment must be shown, how and on what
grounds contests against abandoned and
illegal entries can be commenced; loca
tion of government land officers, anu it
wid d mbtless save, many settlers from the
loss of their lands and improvements, as
designing people often mislead uninform
ed settlers as 10 the settlement laws.
EVERY WORD TRUE.
A' correspondent of the Prescott
Courier, in speaking of the recent expose
oi the Tnrtilita swindle, truthfully :as:
'While this is unquestionably a most valuable
public service, and while the vivisect on of a
scaUway, especially when he is rich, is an inter
est ng, if not an agreeable spectacle, it must be
admitted that the lerritory Is a serious loser in
public estimation, by being made the basis of
these stock selling swindlers For every dollar
scooped in by these miiing stock sharps, the
honest miners and prospectors tn the Territory
lose a hundred through the aversion of capital to
iivest in regions tainted, though only in name,
by such associations. A local press that would
handle the mining interests or its locality itb
as much freedom, vigor and indifference to con
sequences as it invariably uses in its political
discussions, would go far toward! redeeming
the reputation of the country. Unfortunately
journal of.such weight and circulation as the
World and the Heraid, though they would
cheerfully spend ten thousand dollan and de
vote a hundre- columns in exposing a rascality
cui'mecud with' Arizona, would not give a cent
or a 1 ne in call ng attention to her 1 eally mag
n no nt Us urces, or the numerou. though hum
ble sue e s s 01 the haid working minus and
p o-pe tors who sptnd their liv s on her moun
tains aiid pains, ana whj, n gle handed, eain
a, competence infi .itely mdl;r, Dut infinitely
more boa rahie h n th.tgain.d by scheming
pa asites 01 W ill -t eet,
4 4) 4
The Latest and Greatest Discovery.
Dr. J. De Pratt's Hambug Figs a
crystalued fruit cathartic. A boon to
every household. A most delicious
laxative or purgative, prepired from
fruits and vegetablss. So perfectly
harmless that they may be administered
with entire safety to an infant. So effi
cacious to adults that a single dose
will prove their value, and so elegant a
prep iration that it needs only to be pre
sented to the public to become a neces
sity in e.cry household throughout the
1 ind. For liver complaints habitual
constipation, indigestion, dyspepsia and
piles, they are a specific. To travelers
by sea and land they wilt be found in
valuable; they are positively unfailing in
heir action, and ihis is the only medicine
ever offered to the public that is accept
able to the tate, and so pleasant that
children will eat the figs as eagerly as
candy. For sale by every druggist
throughout the world. Price 25 cents a
box. J. J. Mack & Co., Prop's., 9 and 1 1
Front street. San FJanric. Cal.
4 4 4
SKATING RINK OPEN.
The skating rink will be open this
(Saturday) afternoon and evening, and
will be openrd every evening during the
winter season. Baron Bros.
The following letters remain uncalled for in
the post-office at Tombstone. Arizona, for the
weekending November 5. 1887:
"ot-llo. John Legtr, MI'S Loit.e
Dtnvon, Oscar OVonnell, Con
Es'ep, Mrs Anni. Pendy J W
Gbson, 9S a Ray, Mr
Handilo, las E . Stone, A P
Holly, MissGetha Stelndailv, Mr
Hullhon, Abby Wagoner, W J
: , SPANISH
Jesus Serhantes, Caimen Martlnes,
Angelde fa Vara, Tomasa Montoya,
Any person calling for any of the above left
ten wltfpi&Be say "advertised" and give the
date. 0, fa. Clare,
In the District Court of the First Judical
District, of the Territory of Arizona, in and for
the' 1 o m(y of Cochise, Hattle Edgington
p'ain'ifT, Vs. John Edgington, defendant.
Action brought in the District Court of the
Ki si ludinal Distrct of the 'Jerriiiry of Ari
1 nt. 111 and for the County of Cochise, and
h complaint filed in the said County of Co
e'd ; 111 ih the- of Ih- Clerk ol said District
(J. urv. '1 he I", rntory of Arizona tends greet
ing to lohn t-dgington dHtr.dant
You an hereby required to a.peirin an action
b.-oi ght aga 1 st u I y the aljjve named
plintiiT, in the litit Couit of the First
Judical DUtric of the Tern ory of Arizona, in
and for the Li unty 01 CoiMsc. aid to answer
the comprint filed the em wnliin ten dy
(ex.lusivr of the dyoi trvl e), af'ei the service
on you of this iiimnon- (11 -trvid within this
county; or if suvtd cut ot this county but 111
this district, with n tweh y day; oih-rwi-w
within thiriv davs) orludimrnt by default will
be taken against )ou accoiclug to ibe prayer of
The sa d action U brought to recover a de
cree of divorce upon the grounds of ron-siipp-rt
and cruel! v as fuilvapn-ars by the camplaint
and you are hereby rot fied that If
jou tan to appear ana answer tne saia com
pld"t, as abavenqnlreJ, ths tad p'amtrT will
apply to the couit for judgment and decres of
divorce, as rra)er for in Slid complaint.
Given under mv hand and seal of the Dis
trict Court f the Fiist I'duial District of the
Territory of Arzi'a, In nnd tor the County of
.Cochise, th!-. 5th day of November, in the year of
our Lord one tbousandtigbt hundred and eighty
ISEAL GEO. ). DAILY,
CdcIb HiIi i e
(Staple and Fancy Gro ceries.
Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Flour, Grain and Hay,
nn and Steel, Shelf,
and Heavy Hardware,
MINING AND RANCH SUPPLIES, ETC.,
Allen Street, Between
By buying goods for Cash in Carload lots and taking advantage of
Discounts in Eastern and Westei n markets, we are enabled
to give our customer', the benefit of the VERY
Agents for Studebiker Wagons
H. J. PETO,
CHEMIST aud DEUGGIST,
504 ALLEN STREET.
Has Always on hand a Large Stock o.f
Pure Drugs and Chemicals,
Assayers Materials. Household Receipts Promptly and Carefully
Con pounding Prescriptions Day and Night.
U S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor and
City Engineer, surveys, maps and reports
on mines a specialty. All work per
formed at reasonable prices. Lind
surveys And applications made promptly.
Best of references given.
H. B. Maxson,
Office 316 Filth St.
This is the only first-classhotel in
Tombstone. It is handsomely furnished
with all modern improvements. Trav
elers who stop at this house will find
every comfort and attention. Private
rooms for commercial travelers at reason
able rates. A splendid billiard table
and a card room. The bar issupplied
with pure brands of wines, liquors and
To the Public.
Having purchased the entire interest of
Jos. Pascholy in the undertaking busi
ness in this city, I will hereafter devote
mv especial attention to said business.
Embalming and the preparing ol bodies
for removal a specialty. Orders filled
in any part of the county.
A J. RirrnR.
To the delinquent members of Rescue
Hoe Compiny No I.
All members in arrears are herehv
notified that on the ioth of November
next, a list of members exempt from
jury duty must be filed with ihe Clerk ol
the District Court. At that ti ne all
members who are in arreirs will be
stricken from the roll of the compaxy.
By order of Company.
C. N. Thomas,
The Epitaph is turning out as superior
I a class of commer.cial job work," such as
bill heads, letter heads, statements, etc.,
as can be procured any where. It is
neatly put in pads, without extra charge.
Ca) n4 see samples.
iiiii Trsii Co.,
Retail Dealers in
Third and. Fourth.
and Safety Nitro Powder.
Attention Uiven to t
F. N. Wolcott's Cash Store is now
teady for business at the new location in
the Otis building, on Fremont street,
near the Postffice. The choicest and
freshest groceries at the lowest cash
Leave your order for the San Francis
co Chronicle at Sol Israel's. Price, One
month 65 cents; Six months $4; One year
$7. Payable in advance.
Hicks & Walker are furnishing the
trade with a superior article of soda and
sarsaparilla. They are also importers of
all kinds of mineral waler.
WANTED. FOR TOMBSTONE AND
vicinitr, a. young or middle. aged lady to
canvass for holidaybooks; our books are the
most salable in ihe marKt, 'and the commis
sions we j;ive are very liberal. .Experience la
the business is not essential." as we give full in
structionsi Address', PERRY Pub.-Co .'
. i . 1. . i .t D?nver. Cola
Pure Brown Leghorn Eggs for Sale.
. Brown Leghorn. Eggs, warranted pure, 3 50
per setting of thirteen. Inquire at the Epitaph
B own "Ycu seem to be very good natured,
Sml'h what lu happened?"
Smith "1 have beet sending away for boots
and hots for years, and I find I can buy a bet.
ter article fcr less money of J. M. Leary. right
here t home. His store is on Allen street, be.
Ween Fifth and Sixth, north side. Give him a
coll and Bake yourself happy as wU.n
ZJ jsjraf shoe;
C. B TARBELU
Watt & Tarbell,
No. 418 Allen Street.
(Next door U Hare k Pajs's Live-y 8 tibia.)
UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING
In all Its Branch', Preparing and Re
moving bodies p'Oip lyat'encNdto.
Orders filled on short no'ice from any part of
& Page's Livery stable.
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31G Allen (street, Opposite tke
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REGULAR MEALS 50 GTS.
PRIVATE DINNERS A SPECIALTY.
FKED PARKER, Proprietor.
Allen Street, near Fifth.
The Table is Constantly Supplied
With the Very Best the
Polite and Attentive Waiters will
Attend to your 'Orders.
Meals Cooked to Order at all
Hours Day and Night.
FRESH FIPH and GAME a SPECIALTY.
ALIEN ST., BETWHY F3U.1TH AND FIFTH.
Keeps Constantly en Hand the Choicest
Imported Wine8, Liqu'irs and'
Rippy Bourbon and At her ton
JPrivate Olixb Booms
All kinds of Fancy Mixed' Drinks
Gentlemanly Treatment Extended to all.
Diop n and be Convinced.
Every Night at
Auotion and Commission House.
All kinds of Second-hand Far
niture, Stoves, Fixtures, etc. bought
and sold. Highest Cash price
Allen Street, between Fifth and
Sixth. Old Oadwell Bniluing.
Fourths Street, Between
Allen and Fremont.
All kinds of First-class Meats a
' the Following
Reduced - Prices:
BEEF By the side or quarter 5
cents per pound.
VEAL 5 cents per pound.
MUTTON-By the carcass 8 cenU
PORK By the side 10 cents per
Meats Retailed ovtr the Block
at Reduced Rates.
I do my own killinp, and raise and
fatten my own cuttle i-hcep and
hogs, and in cnnst qutnci can
furnish Meats Cl.rat r and bet
ter than any other inmket in
A. BAUER, Proprietor.
G. R. WATT,
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