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TOiUliSTONH EPITAPH. SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER S. 18S9.
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TOMBSTONE DAILY EPITAPH
Advertising rates made know u at thisoliice.
POtT.Ot'l'H'K IIOl !(.
The Postoifice is open for central deliver)
om 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Money order Department open from 8 a. m.
From Eat and Wet at 12 m , departs 3
Bisbec mail departs 6a. m ; armes 6 p. in.
L. 4 8. E. B. E-TIME OARD.
libee, 7.00 a. m. Kan-bank. 9 30 a. m.
Fairbaak, la.oonaox Bisbee 2 30 p. m.
Daily, except. SunJa).
Latest periodicals :it Moniiionier's.
Fresh buttermilk at the Can Cim.
The thermometer at Seaman-' store
registered S9 yesterday.
T. S. Harris, of the Hab.icor.nari, ar
Hon. Mark Smith returned
The familv of Dr. Willis left ester-
dav for a vi-it to the e:it.
Ore sack-, tents mid wagon rovers
at Hvdow A Kieke's. :i
Buy a lxniUiium lottery ticket at
Jos. Lipjiert's barber shop. tf
Stone uater buckets something
new, at Sydow t Kieke's. .'i
Jimmy Hennessy returned vester
dav. Frank Earle returned from Califor
Complete suits of clothes for gentle
men, $4 each, at Sydow i Kieke's. 3
Oil, needles, attachments and part
for repairing all the leading sewing
machines at Yaple'd Candy Factory.!-!
You can get a fine baby buggy from
Joe Drown at less price than an ordi
nary one elsewhere.
The D- M. Osborne mowers and the
Halladay windmills for sale at W'ol
The taw mill in the Chiricahua
mountains will resume work some
time nezt week. It has been closed
down some time.
R. Upton, A. L Grow and I. Clark
have been drawn on the United States
grand jury, which meets in Tucson
Stevenson fe Walker are the author
ized agents for Louisiana lottery tick
eta in this city. By investing $1 you
have chance of winning a fortune, tf
The rainy season has apparently
caught a fresh grip, and although a
little subsequent is very welcome and
will do much good.
Leon Ltrrieu wishes our rcadors to
know that lit ha a first elrus hotel at
Fairbank, with a fine restaurant and
bar'attached. He also runs a livery
stable. Bead hi a advertisement in
very welcome rain commenced
last night about eight o'clock and con
tinued about half an hour, cooling
the atmosphere about fifteen degrees.
Heavy rains fell all around Tombstone
during the evening.
The enterprise of the Daily Ermrii
in publishing the complete report of
the committee from this county to the
Senate committee was very favorably
commented upon by our prominent
fcuuneM men. We always lead.
1:1 vc M.
If tlio weather ii propitious w
llllltt'll pUllf Ot UtiM? 1"U IwlHWU till'
Combination:! and Protections will If
plji ctl tin Mtteriiooti. It umler-r-tood
that the stakes will lie a keg ol
beer, but the stake holder lias ut ytt
been t-ekfied. W'v wouldn't mind
loosening our waistband in tliu at
tempt to hold the Make ourlf. The
followiiii; will be the potfliuiw of tlw
lleale- l'iu-her. Hawke
Mump Cftteheir ... - Vatr
Henne lnt Uiii' . Bavkiio
(.'union 2d Uase JJaron
ttVhburn 3d W WMi
iHlauvy Short Slop .... Kirit-w
W.it-on... Loft Field tHwdcy
Welch CVuttT Field Wjllianis'i'U
.Mimtz Kitilit Field . Htirrer
Game will be caltad at J -30.
Aii Kurllrai ltiBurr TW'ji
The Can Can K-s,tatirant will set
the usual tine dinner to-day. Fiuil-,
melons, fiesh eastern oytei, tastafully
cooked chicken and v.irit'iies of wild
game, extra tut j-ide dishes, ice cream,
hot and iced drinks, splendid pwtry
and everything iiwewary for a good
dinner. All who eat at tbw tnu-e be
come permaiioiit patrons.
The lirgett sale of battle and
ranche- that has I.tten phut-in tin--I'fticm
for sonio time .s cumium
iiiattd on Satii:d.t l.ust. Mfc-urn. John
and GiMirgo V. Tl, faihe"- and won,
sold their ran lies ftlir-i in liuniln'ij
and cattle (upwards of l,lXNheaj to
the Wa-iiiii-toji Cattle C'oinpam.of
which Judge W. F. Nichols i agent
and one of the stockholders'. Tli
price aid for the ranches and cattle
vas$12,."i00 the cattle being sold at
10 a head. We believe the Washing
ton Company made a good investment
when they made this purchase, as we
regard thi- as the time to boy cattle.
Win. K. Morri- returned from the
o Negro mine, in Sonont, last Fri-
dav night. He was emplovtd as a
stone mason in laying the foundation
of the mill. He -;jr that work i- pro-
gres-ing crj- rapidly and the mill will
soon be running on ore from out of
the best properties in Honors. 31 r.
Morri- will soon leave for his ranch in
The dinner at the Maison Dare to
day will be a treat for those wIkj do-
light to sali-fy the cravings of the
inner man. Everything the market
affords will be served to order, cook ed
in the highc-t style. The most cour
teous attention is given to guests.
Evervthing fir-t clu-s.
It is supposed that all good people
will go to church to-day, as Usual, and
that all good children will go to Sun
day school. And yet picnics, hunting
parties anil base lmll will get their
share of patronage. We guoss we'll
take in the lwse liall gauif.
Extra copies of the Daii.v EriTAi'ii
containing the full report of the com
mittee from this county to tlu Senate
committee can lc procured at tliN
olficc. It contains very valuable in
formation and N well worthy to f-end
to your friends in the ca-l.
Santos Aros inform our citiens
that he is now ready to do all kind- of
paper hanging and carriage, sign and
house painting in first-chit style ami
at reasonable price. Bead his an
nouncement in this is-uc.
If you want ice cold St. Lous draught
beer out of a genuine German pump
caJI on Julius Ca-sar at the Crystal
SnHrstitiiui !ku( Unas.
The opd is an emblem of liupe.
Garnet preset ves health and joy.
Loadstone produces somnambulism.
Emerald plumules friendship and con
stancy of mini'.
The I5urmee believe that the ruby
ripens like fruit.
AuiUhvat banishes the desnc fur drink
and promo'es chastity.
Atf.ile quenches thirst, and if held in
iheotMulii aiiavs fever.
Crystal inducts vision,promntes sleep
ind insures good dre.ims.
Di.nrnnil produces somnambulism and
promotes spiritual ecstasy
Cat's eve is considered by the Cinga
lese as a charm against vi:chcraft.
Moonstone has the virtue of making
tr-es fruitful aud of eating epilepsy.
Stpphtre produces somnambulism and
impels the wearer to all ,ro.d work?.
Topaz is t cure for hemorrhages, im
part strength and promotes digestion.
Canl is i nhsimn agunt enchant
ments, thunder, witchcraft, and the per
il of flood and Seld.
A bKimet, composed of diamonds,
loadstones and sapphires combmr d, ren
ders a pirson almost invincible and
Onyx coniams in it an imprisoned
devil, which wakes at sunset and causes
terror ta the vear-r, disturbing sleep with
ugly dreams The Great Divide.
i.i.Tni: i ist.
The following b-tter- remain un
calltd for in the postollheat Toml
wtone, Arizona, for the week ending
September 7, ISS'.t :
Atk'ns, (Jeo. Pirtle, John T.
Ariz. Empl'y't Agy. Mew.irt, .Mrs. S. S.
Devlin, John Walter-, W.
Foster, Mis E. Winn, Geo.
Teleforo Alcaraz Carlo t a Sancho.
Any person calling for any of the
above letter.- will please- say "adver
tised" and give the dale.
C. S. Cmisk, Postma-ter.
If you want a line shine on your
boots or .-hoe- call at Baron's barber
shop. The artist is the best in town
and guarantees good work or no pay. S
Aiidition. Kndne (.orajunj .o- 1.
There will be a special meeting of
Engine Company So. l.for the nomi
nation of Chief, at '.i :'.'0 o'clock p. in.
to-day (Sunday). All members are rc
ijuentod to be present. By order of
Gko. Nohdi.n, Foreman.
All p.trtie-' are hereby warned not to
give credit to my wife, Mrs. W. W.
Fetteriuun, after this date, as I will
not be rospou-ible for any bills con
tracted by- her.
W. W. Fkttkkma.v.
Tombstone, A. T., Sept. 0, lbfeO. Ivv
Mr. Moore, the Post -Master at Brad--havv,
Va., after reading an adverti-f-ment
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Uemedy, concluded to
try a small bottle of it. He says: "I
Used it in two ca-es for colic and three
lUi (i4.AilV. ttllll plllCt.1. S.kllSl.tVCiUil.
One dose gave relief in every case but
one, that was a bad cae of colic and
required the second dose. I have
handled a great deal of patent medicine
as agent and for my own Use, but never
tried any that gave as good results as
"Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhea Keimdy." For sale at 25
and oO cents j.ior bottle by II. J. Peto.
Thw old time and popular restaurant
still maintains its Ksition as a favor
te place for our citizens to regale
theiu-el ;cs on all the table delicacies,
which are prepared in a toothsome
manner and served by polite and at
tentive waiters. This restaurant makes
a specialty of broiled steaks and cut
lets, and imiiorts coffee of extra qual
ity, thus being able to furnish the best
cup of colfec obtainable in the city.
I Fresh fish every day, and an elegant
I chicken dinner everv fjundav
Do you want to be happy, healthy,
wealthy and wise? Drop into the
Pouy Saloon and a.-k lleury for some
of that tine old hand made So sh
Bourbon Whisky and Will and Hills'
Spring of 'oU. He also has on hand
Hermitage Bourbon, J. II. Mc Braver
Bourbon, Bippy and Guckenheinier
Byes all pure, straight old goods ; to
gether with all kinds of imported
Brandies, Wines, Ales and Porters of
the most celebrated hrunds. IIiw Cali
fornia Brandv cannot be surtu 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
heuser Busch Lager Beer, ice cold, on
draught. Call and be convinced,
tf Henry Cami-kgll, Proprietor.
There was a terrible epidemic of
dysentery and bloody flux in Pope
County, Illinois, last slimmer. As
many as five deaths occurred in one
day. Messrs. Walter Brothers, of Wal
tersburg, told over :5S0 bottles of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhea Beinedy during this epidemic
and says they never heard of it- fail
ing in any case when the directions
were followed. It was the only mod
icine used that did cure the worst
cases. Many persons were cured by-
it after the doctors had given them up.
i't and 50 cent bottles for sale by H.
A plain gold wedding ring, betwien
N.icosari and the old Nicholas ranch,
in Sonora, alout fifteen day ago.
The owner can have the same by call
ing on Henry Campbell, at the Pony
saloon, in this city, proving property
and paying for this advertisement.
The Can Can restaurant has the
finest varieties of fish freel. everv dav.
Latest style of cloth for Summer
suits at Harris' tailor shop. tf
The very finest coffee at the Maison
Broiled steaks and chops a specialty
at the Maison Dore.
J. H. White's ranch butter at Wol
Nesbit's poultry powder and Forre-t
cholera cure for chickens. For sale at
Miss Wood gives concerts at the
Crystal Palaceconcert hall every night.
Go and hear her. S 'Jtf
Stationery, paints, oils, etc., at Mon-monier'-.
Baby carriage.-, toys, brushes, books,
etc.. at Moniiionier's.
Fresh fish and fresh oysters every
dav at the .Maison Dore.
Pictures, picture '.antes, mouldings
:ind artists' materials at Moniiionier's.
Fre.-h oysters, at the Can Can every
Swinton's indelliblc marker, for
clothing and all other fabrics, is for
.-ale at Monmonier's.
If you want to get fresh telegraphic
(no grapevine) news, read ths EriTAnt.
SA MTAQ A CrQ
-vim i uo trjo
'r,.u r V 11..., t- ,,. ... a. . ,11 J
! w. j a .- - t- iCilU t l 4t fkliU
of work pertaining to his trade He makes a
specialty also ot
Sign & House Painting.
Paper Hanging Xcatly Done.
SHOP (0RB OF THIRD A.B TUl'GII.UT.
LEO LAKRIF.U, Proprietor-
First Class Hotel in Every Respect.
Barroom supplied v. ith
Choice Foreign and Domestic Liquors.
Livery Stable in Connection.
Swept by the Tide of Popularity.
To the topmost pinnacle of success,
Hotetter's Stomach Bitters stands a
shining proof of what genuine merit,
backed by the living force of proven
facts, can attain. The North and
South American continents, Europe,
Australia, the We.-t Indies, Guatemala
and Mexico have all contributed wide
patronage and testimony of the most
favorable kind but unsolicited to
.-well tho leptitation of this sterling
iMinedy Among tb" niddies for
which the most convincing public and
professional testimony proves that it
is- a benign curative, are chills and
fever, billions remittent, dumb agua
and ague cake, dyspep-ia, liver com
plaint, nervou-ne-s, debility, kidney
and bladder complaint.. It mitigates
the infirmities of age, hastens con-vale-cence,
has a tendency to prevent
ill con-eiuences from exposure and
exhaustion. Persons of sedentary
habits and laborious occupations will
find it an ever useful tonic.
Cholera in Michigan.
Dr. F. D. Larke, of Bogers City,
Michigan, says the epidemic of last
year in Presipio Isle County, in which
so many pcr-oiis lost their live-, was
choleric dysentery instead of cholera
a- first reported. He u-ed Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrlue
Beinedy and says it succeeded, where
all other remedies failed. Not a single
case wa- lost in which it was u-ed.
Tlii- Bi'inedy i- the mo-t reliable and
inii-t .-ucce-ful iiicdkiuo known for
folic, cholera mnibu-, dvsentery,
di.irrlie and ldood flux. 'J" :ml 50
Ci tits bottles for sale bv II. J Peto.
TO CATTLE BUYERS.
500 Fat Steers.
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 tne auove named
UNDERTAKERS jf ASSOCIATION
ALIEN STREET, OPPOSITE 0. K: CORRAL.
FRAEY & Co, Managers.
The largest and finest stock of Undertaking
Goods in Anzon-v. We are prepared to do all
work in our line in a tirst class manner. ALL
OUR WORK GUARANTEED.
Or temporarily preserved at a trifling
expense for shipment.
Satisfaction Given in All Respects.
fT"Orders left at the O. K. Stable
will receive prompt attention.
ALLEX WALKEK. FlSERAL DIRECTOR.
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