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TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. KRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6, 1889.
TOMBSTONE DAILY EPITAPH
Advertising rates made know n at this orbce.
Tbe Postoffice is open for general delivery
on 8 a. ra. to 6 p. m.
Money order Department open from 8 a. m
6 p. m.
From East and Weat at 13 ra.. departs 3
Bisbee mail departs 6 a. in , ames 6 p.m.
k. 4 8. E. K. B-TIME OARD.
isbee. 7.00 a. m. Kairbank. 9 30 a. in.
Fairtunk, la.ooaoon. Uiibee2.3ap m.
P. O. 8. of A. to-night.
Latest periodicals at Monmonier's.
Fresh buttermilk at the Can Can.
Tlie thermometer at Sc.im.iiix store
registered 92 yesterday.
W. V. Whituey came oer from
Ore sacks, tents and wagon covers
at Svdow A Kieke's. .'5
j The wife of William liichards has
arrived from the Ka.-t.
Capt. Kelton came up from the lim
Buy a Louisiana lottery ticket at
Job. Lippert's barber shop. tf
Ben Goodrich is in Ixjs Angeles1 un
dergoing treatment for catarrh.
Stone water buckets something
new, at Sydow it Kieke's. 3
Probably there will be a practice
'game of base ball next Sunday.
When you want stationery ef any
kind don't forget Monmonier.
Santos Aros arrived in town from
Complete suits of clothes for gentle
men, $4 each, at Sydow & Kieke's. '.i
A ery heavy rain fell yesterday
afternoon about fifty miles southeast
of this city.
Oil, needles, attachments and parts
for repairing all the leading sewing
machines at Yaple's Candy Factory.l-J
You can get a fine baby buggy from
Joe Brown at less price than an ordi
nary one elsewhere.
It is stated that the affairs of J.
Myers it Bro. will soon be satisfactorily
adjusted and the firm resume its usual
course of business.
Tlie D- M. Osborne mowers and the
Halladay windmills for sale at Wol
.Stevenson fc Walker are the author
ized agents for Louisiana lottery tick
ets in this cily. By investing?! ou
have a chance of winning a fortune, tf
Geo. W. Walker, of the firm of
Stevenjon fc Walker, accompanied by
his wife and family, left yesterday for
San FrancUeo. They will be absent
About a month.
J". Wolcott has something new in
Japan tea that haa to be tasted to !e
Appreciated. Also some strictly pure
maple syrup. This house carries a full
line of first claw groceries and believes
in statehood for Arizona.
Our local melon fields are yielding
their lusciousaesi to the small boy as
-veil mm to hia more aged companions.
Por the next two or three weeks re
porta of the unhealthfullness of Tomb
.jtoae mutt be aachbed to this cause.
A Ijii I'tiainl Iinnl.
Just its we go to pre says the
FlagstarT Dtiinocr.it, wt' leurn that a
man by t lie name of. Jew 1 lotl'mmi
was found iload some two miles north
west of town. He hu bean herding
href cattle for Jlir.-. Aekors it Luxe,
and failing to bring the cattle uji last
evening as usual, a messenger wa-at
once M-iit in search of tlio mi in?
man and found the cuttle and the
man's horse, hut no mail. Search was
made and the man found dead with
bruise.- upon hi-. head. It is thought
lm horse killed him. He hits no re
1 ttie- nearer than Now York Sla.e.
Tlie body will lie iute-red i the town
A .t IV.
The following wedding cereuumy i
said to have really taken in i-outh-ea-teni
Texa- A couple called on a
new ju-tice of thepe-wo. He had nu
form, and iniprovi-ed a ceremony. He
first ordered the couple to join banux,
anil then, after lic-ilating h while, he
a-ked the groom tt't-se (jues'ioii
"Will vim xtick to tbio woman through
thick and thin, up anil down, right
and left, hot or cold, wet or dry, imd
have no other wife but her? It voti
will, you can have Iter for A wife."
Similar questions having ln-eri jmv
pounded to the woman, and uihrmative
an-wer.x having been given, he pro
nouiKed them lnn-baml and wife.
The social dance at Turn Verein
Hall last night was an extremely
p!eas.nt rTair and greatly onjove-d by
all who were present. Many were
disappointed at the absence of tlie
Meviean orchc-tra Dancing was con
tinued till long jwi-t midnight and the
I'rotectionx are to be congratulated
ujion their siicce as entertainers.
The finances of the company will bo
materially strengthened and many
neces-arie- can now he procured.
The annual report of low water in
the reservoir in the If uaehiiea moun
tains i- at hand. It is alxo accompa
nied by the rejtort that Ari.ouaisa
gone goose and beyond pnuing for.
Quail are being brodght to this city
by the dozen and haveIeeome a laple
article of food. They are very plenti
ful in the hills surrounding Tomb
stone. The clerk of the weather apparently
has a warm spot in his heart for the
people of this city. Yesterdiu after
noon was cloudy and cool and the at
mosphere was delightful for the dance
Lift night. The good effects of the
statehood agitation i- beginning to be
felt by all.
A horse belonging to George Camp
bell wax knocked into atoms by light
ning at Olive Camp on Ttic-day last.
Several men were near when the hore
was killed and rejiort that there wax
but one little xpeck of cloud vi-ible at
the time. It was directly over their
heads. Tucson Citien.
An inventive genii!- who has no
fear of the hereafter has improvi-ed a
new method of paralyzing an insuffer
able bore who doesn't know enough to
dodge after he gets hit in the necK
The lady gives him a encil and pieee
of paper and tells him to make a row
of eleven ciphers; now make a per
pendicular mark downward on the
right of the first cipher; upward on
the right of the fourth ; downward on
the right of the fifth; upward on the
right of the seventh and eighth ;
downward on the right of the tenth.
The maiks should be half an inch in
length. Ask him to read what he has
written. 1 tie etiect is electrical, iryit. Rcguiar meeting of the City Coun
Fresh fish amPfresli oysters every cil to-'g't. Prepare your bills and
day at the .liaison Dore.
Tlie Trau'oJdiims oF tiit Hoard uf $uruirs
of Cochise Count).
To.MitsTO.Nh, September ."1, 1KS9.
BiMird met pursuant to adjournment
at 1 p. 111.
Present it. S. Collmaii, chairman ;
John Montgomery, member.
Abxent, T. J. White.
Minutes of previous meeting read
Ordered that bids be advertised for
eoiixtnieting a bridge to cross the
San i'edro river near Crane's ranch :
also for constructing 11 bridge tocro.-s
the sail Pedio river at Tres Alamos.
Ordered that W. W. I'etterman, M.
I, id addition to the contract and
bond tiled with the board for the care
of the indigent sick of the county, be,
( and is hereby, required to tile a good
and siitlicient bond in the sum of ten
1l10.ts.1ud dollars, within thirty davs
from this date, conditioned on the
proper care of the county hospital,
bjildings, ground-, medical -tore-, sur
gical instrument-, commi-sary stores.
appliances, furniture, bedding and all
real ami personal proj erty belonging
to the comity and placid 111 his care,
also for the immediate vacation of the
premi-es and the faithful return to the
lanl of ctiperv I-or-, on the expiration
of hi- con'ract, of the countv ho-pital
buildings, all instrument-, -lore-, ap
pliances and all property of whatso
ever nature belonging to the countv.
Ordered that the chairman and clerk
a-e au.hori.ed to open bids for build
ing bridge-, and to award the contract.-.
Adjourned until the ne.vt regular
qiur.erly meeting, Monday, October
B S. Com max,
Pltntv of lire.
The sampling machine at the Tuc
son :-ampling workx was bu-y tin
morning. Last week about 30 ton
of ore was received, and as much
more is expected tin- week. Every
indication jioints to activity in all the
mining camps this fall. The ore re
ceived is all of good grade and some
of it goe- oUO and 000 per ton. Mr.
Wores, the proprietor, last week made
a trip to Mineral Hill in Pinal county,
where he examined some valuable
mines. He i-ited the IJeymert and
reports that camp in splendid condi
tion. The mill ua shut down for a
few day-, but will start again this
week. Mr. Wee- has done a good
business for the past seven month-,
and he thinks the outlook is better
ihati ever before. Tucson Citizen.
Photographs of in-c-iptioii- on rocks
near Fort Churchill, Nevada, which
have recently been examined by Smith
sonian Institute xcientists and noted
archieo!ogi-ts, are pronounced as be
longing to a d.ite far inure remote than
any traces of man yet discovered
placed there by a race of men ancient
as that whose footprints are discerni
ble in the .-olid rock of the State
pri-on (piarry. It was at firxt con
tended that the inscriptions were made
by a race of men once inhabiting the
banks of the Gila and Salt rivers in
Arizona. While there is a resemblance
between the inscriptions left by the
prehistoric residents of the regions
watered by the Carson river anil those
found on the delta of the Gila and
Salt rivers of Arizona, the former are
more crude, indicating greater anti
present them to the cleric.
A Gold Hen Souim litre.
John Y. T. Smith had a big goose
egg of gold this morning, and some
dust besides. It was claimed to be a
tir-t shipment over the new railroad,
and came from the Garcia mine, out
on the Has-ayampa The nugget
weighed upwards of twenty seven
ounces and, with the dust, called for
thirty ounces at $l."i, or a total of (!-'i0.
The Mexican who brought it 111 seemed
Mr. Smith has been receiving such
consignments for a long time. About
a month ago the same Has-ayampa
country sent in utI.'iO nugget. Not
long ago the Union mine lauded a
gold bar, worth -il,-", at the Famih
Urocery store, llie-e are only x.impies
of the receipts there. Phenix Herald
I)k. Ili'filli.-. of I'henix, is experi
menting with the Browii-Sequard
"elixir" on patients in the county hos
pital. With but one exception all the
patients operated upon were benefited.
Do you want to be happy, healthy,
wealthy and vvi-e? Drop into the
Pony Saloon and .u-k Henry for some
of that fine old hand made So sh
Bourbon Whisky and Will and Hill-'
Spring of '&(. He al-o has on hand
Hermitage llniirboii, J. H McIJrajtr
ltotirbon, Uippv and Gtn kmheimer
Kve. all pure, -traight old good-,, to
gether with all kindx of imported
Brandies, Wines, Ales and Porters of
the most celebrated brands. Hi- Cali
fornia Brandy cannot be siirpa ed
anywhere. All kinds of fancy mixed
drinks a specialty; the Carman Key
West Cigar cannot be beat, for the
money, in any place. St. Louis An
hcuscr Biisch Lager Bc-er, ice cold, on
draught. Call and be convinced,
tf Hkxky CAMristix, Proprietor.
There was a terrible epidemic of
dysentery and bloody llux in Pope
County, Illinois, last summer. As
many a five deaths occurred in one
day. Messrs. Walter Brother-, of Wal
tersburg, sold over 3S0 bottles of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhea Kemedv during this epidemic
and savs they never heard of its fail
ing in any case when the directions
were followed. It was the only rued
icine Used that did cure the worst
cases. Many persons were cured by
it after the doctors had given them up.
2 and .j0 cent bottles for sale by II.
Fresh oysters at the Can Can every
This powder never varies. A marvel
if purity, strength and wholesomeness
UnM afnnnmif"i 1-m It Av'nn v Ltnrlp
t'l'JJv. Cv.Oiitiiiivui twt . Kja j uiJ
nd cannot be sold in competinn with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
ir phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.
koyal Baking Powder Co., 106 Wall
St., N. Y
TO CATTLE BUYERS.
Persons wishing to buy fat
cattle, can purchase the same
from Messrs. Jose Maria and
Manuel Elias, at their ranch
in San Pedro, Palominas, So
nora, Mexico, who have now
on hand 500 fat steers. They
will be sold at moderate prices.
For further particulars in
quire at tl: . above named
ranch. 9-1 -nn
Swept by the Tide of Popularity.
To the topmost pinnacle of success,
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters stands a
shining proof of what genuine merit,
backed by the hing force of proven
facts, can attain. The Xorth and
South American continents, Europe,
Au-tralia, the West Indies, Guatemala
and Mevico have all contributed wide
patronage and testimony of the most
favorable kind but unsolicited to
swell the reputation of this sterling
remedy. Among the maladies for
hi.h the ruu-t convincing public and
professional testimony proves that it
is a benign curative, are chills and
fever, billions remittent, dumb ague
and ague cake, dyspep-ia, liver com
plaint, nervousiie , debility, kidney
and bladder complaints. It mitigates
the infirmities of age, ha-tens con-
Ivalescence, has a tendency to prevent
ill con-eipieiicex from exjiostire and
e!iau-tion. Per.-oiis of sedentary
habits and laborious occupations will
find it an ever u-eful tonic.
Dr. V. I). I.arke, of Koger.s City,
Michigan, says the epidemic of last
year in Presipie Isle County, in which
so many persons lo-t their live-, was
choleric dy-cntery instead of cholera
a- first rejiorted. He u-ed Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrh'u
Ueinedy and savs it Micceded, where
all other remedies failtd. Not a single
ca-e wax hist in which it was u-ed.
This Iteini'dy i- the ino-l reliable and
mo-t siu ccsxfiil medicine known fur
colic, cholera mnrlm-, dysentery,
diarrh.e ami bloody thix. 25 and ."0
cents bottles for sale bv II. J. Peto.
A plain gold wedding ring, between
Nacosari and the old Nicholas ranch,
in r-onora, about fifteen davs ago.
The owner can have the same by call
ing on Henry Campbell, at the Pom-
saloon, in this city, proving property
and paying for this advertisement.
The Can Can restaurant has the
finest varieties of fish fresh every day.
Latest stvle of cloth for Summer
suits at Harris' tailor shop. tf
If you want to get freah telegraphic
(no grapevine) news, read the EriTAi'H.
The very finest coflee at the Maison
Broiled steaks and chops a specialty
at the Maison Dore.
If you want ice cold St. Lous draught
beer out of a genuine German pump
call on Julius Ciesar at the Crvstal
J. H. White's ranch butter at Wol-
Baby carriages, toys, brushes, books.
etc., at Monmonier's.
Pictures, picture frames, mouldings
and artists' materials at Monmonier's.
Miss Wood gives concerts at the
Crystal Palace concert hall every night.
Go and hear her. S 9tf
Stationery, paints, oils, etc., at Mon
monier s. i-zv
Nesbit's poultry jiowder and Forrest
cholera cure for chickens. For sale at
Swintou's indcllible marker, for
clothing and all other fabrics, is for
sale at Monmonier's.
AUEM STREET, OPPOSITE 0. K. CORRAL
FKAEY & Co,. Managers.
The largest and finest stock of Undertaking
Goods in Arizona. We are prepared to do alt
ork in our line in a first class manner. ALL.
OUR WORK GUAKAN TEED.
Or temporarily preserved at a tnfling
expense for shipment.
Satisfaction Given in All Respects.
t0T Orders left at the O. K. Stable
will receive prompt attention.
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