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TOMBSTONE EPITAPH, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1SS9.
TOMBSTONE DAILY EPITAPH
Adxausing rate mule knonat this orhce.
Trie Postotfice is open for general detitrTv
om 8 a. ru. to 6 p. m.
Money order Department open from 9 a. ra.
fc p. ra.
from Kat and West at u m ,
Bisbec mail dparts 6a. iu . am.es 6 p. m.
a. i 5 E. H. R TIME OABD.
ivbee. 7.o. a. ra. Fairbint. o 30 a. m.
Fairtuak, la 00 noon. Bisbee a. 30 p. xa.
Dailj, except jS'inJaj.
Latent periodicals at Monmonier's.
The thermometer at y'eamans' store
registered 90 yesterday.
Hon. Mark Smith left Tuesday on a
William Kieke and wife are expected
to return in about two week-.
Buy a Louisiana lottery ticket at
Jo-. Lippert's barWr shop. tf
Monmonier has a
full -upply of
Full-sized mattres-e, $3, at Svdow
t Kieke's. 12
The school bell has a very pleasant
sound every morning.
Oil, needless attachments and parts
for repairing all the leading sewing
machines at Yaple's Candy Factory.!
Man, born of woman, is of few days
and full of bug juice, every chance
Remember the agency for Clark's
"O. X. T." spool cotton id at Sydow
Wm. Land, of Tews, Perrin and
Laud Cattle Company, arrived last
evening from the Babacomari.
A. nice line of white and colored
bedspreads just received at Sydow Jc
Our Governor has been injudicious
enough to rush into print. It would
have ben far better to have kept out.
As far a- heard from the smile of
Dame Fortune hasn't struck any of
our lottery players this month.
The D- M. Osborne mowers and the
Halladay windmills for sale at Wol-
Xo rain yesterday and indications
for a shower to-day are somewhat like
the business end of a mule uncertain.
The Chiricahuas are said to lie a
paradise for sportsmen and several
hunting parties are preparing to wait
Stevenson &. Walker arc the author
iiod agents for Louisiana lottery tick
ets in this city. By investing $1 you
have s. chance of winning a fortune, tf
Does it necessarily follow that when
a man is shaking a pair o' dice he is
causing a commotion in the celestial
Hon. Geo. II. Daily i.i in Tucson
and is expected to arrive in Tombstone
in a few days. It is not known
whether Mrs. Daily will accompany
Chas. Gage and wife arrived from
Sonora last evening. Mr. Gage says
that at present he will not attempt to
establish a stage line to that country
M it would not pay ezpensi.
Ben Pascoe, on Thursday la-t, when
in the .-lver Belt otlice. knowing him
to he an old C.diforni.m, was aski-d,
"Were you personally acquainted with
the late lUvid S.Terry?" To which
he replied, "I cannot wy wo urn mi
intimate terms, hut I became familiar
with his knife, which he alwavs car
ried and vvn- lone-ome when without. "
Showing us his hand, which revealed
a scar near the wrist, lie remarked,
'That i a souvenir received from
Terry in Car-on City, Nevada, in '(il,
when arresting a deadlv blow he was
aiming at another." Silver Belt.
The following is the list of winning
number- in the lat dr.iwitit; of the
l.oiiisiau.. lottery, as received ye-ter-dav
bv steven-on A Walker
Prize. No. Ain't
1 ... ,174 :;oo,ooo
i' . .'io,:2i bw.ooo
n ' tv.i,o'j ."lO.ooo
1 27,121 1T1.OJO
i S,VI2 10.000
0 . . ri.,c,r.i . lo.GK)
7 . s,i.-:; ."i,o(
S 19.0 1'J ..,( K)
y io.o'.u 5,000
10 . 69,s.. 5.000
11 y.NjjJo ",ok)
Then- is no question but that the
Sonora trade will be of great itniiort-
ance to tin county and this city 111
particular. Capital is steadily being
invested in that country and new and
valuable properties are being oened
up. Tombstone has iu the past been
the center for supplies and that it will
continue as such stem- to admit of no
doubt. To our present dcpre--ion in
trade the Sonora trade is of great a---istance
and its benefits toour city are
The Phenix Herald says the camp
meeting at Xorton's grove i largely
attended and it is estimated that from
COO to 1,."00 were present one night
recently. Much interest is manifested
iu the services, over forty per-ons
having been drawn to the altar for
greater spiritual comfort. The lest
of order is maintained and Parson
Finley says that in all hi- camp meet
ing experience from South Carolina to
California he has not known -uch cir
cumspection. Wm. Heyn, of the hardware depart
ment of the Cochise II. fc T. Co., will
accompany Mr. Boss to the saw mill
in the Chiricahuas this morning. Mr.
Heyn goes loaded for alligators and
hippopopojotamuses, but is eoually
ready for any bear or buffaloes that
may dispute his right of way He
will remain about two weeks and will
undoubtedly have a jolly good time.
In the case of the Territory vs. Geo.
W. F. Cook ye-terday the defendant
was bound over to appear before the
next grand jury, the amount being
$30(. He was unable to furnish bonds
and will reside under the immediate
and watchful care of Jailer Farrington
until next Xovcmber. The woman is .
able to walk but is quite severely j
beaten and kicked
Mujiistruent Oi tho tu
Guard property seems not to have yet
been made. Yesterday a mortgage
for $12,000 turned up and suit has
been entered in the district court for
the adjustment of the same. Col. J.
A. Zabriskic is attorney for the plain
tiff. This is a new and interesting de
velopment in this somewhat celc-
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John M. Roberta, a pioneer of both of Arizona, and Hon. T. L, Stiles, late
California ami Arizona, and a resident of Tucson, have been nominated for
on the Agua Fria, 35 miles east of the Supreme bench by the Republican
Prescott, died last Friday. Phenix j convention in the new State of Wash
Herald. ' ington. Citizen.
HE IS i GOOD .1A(;)
"IV Ilr lias SjIJ If, and Tis O'rtath tu
As the Daily Liitaiii has been
ventilating the actions of our Misfit-
diip lately, we publish his defense,
over hi-own signature, which apjeared
in the Phenix Herald of the 9th in
PHiLSIX, Sept. 1), lbs'J.
I have heretofore refrained from
taking notice of attacks on myself,
either as an ollicial or individually,
but the recent misrepresentations, of
the Tombstone Em.U'H and the Phe
nix Gazette are of such a nature that
they may mislead people. I therefore
ak all fair minded people to read the
ollicial correspondence as published in
the Herald of Sept. Cth, and the Ga
zette of Sept. "tli. before believing
that I have "deliberately given out a
lie " In justice to General Churchill
I will -ay that he did not know- of the
letters 1 had written until afterward-,
nor did I ask hi advice in relation to
The evening before writing the libel-
oils .ditorial of the 7th and Mil hut..
the editor of flie Gazette, John Dun-'
bar. admitted to me that he had no
idea that we could gain admi inn un
der thi- Constitutional Convention.
He also Admitted to me that the lack
of any control or limitation to the
amount of expense that the conven
tion might incur was a good objection
to the convention, and that the opin
ions of the Attorney General and As
sistant Attorney General fully justified
me in not calling the convention.
At that time I told said editor that
before the trial of the Auditor ca-f, I
had fully advi-ed Judge Kibbey of all
the opinions that I hail that related
to the subject, including those referred
to, believing that it was only fair to
the Judge that he should know them.
In relation to my Louisiana life, I
went there in commercial business in
October lSC.",and lived there until
ls"2, nearly seven year.-. During that
time I was U. S. Deputy Collector of
Internal Revenue from about April
1507 to September lbG7, and was L". S.
Asse.-sor of Internal Bevenue of the
Xew Orleans District from about
August 1SC3 to April ISOD, being about
one year in all, and my record at the
Treasury Department is iirst-cla--' as
any one will find upon projer inquiry ;
General Grant having afterwards of
fered me the .Supervisorship of In
ternal Bevenue of all the Southern
Except to vote I never took part in
politics in Louisiana during the seven
years I lived there. In justice to the
gentlemen whose names have been
dragged in as well as to myself, I will
say that no man ha- contributed a
dollar towards my expenses in connec
tion with the Governorship.
To characterize the above editor I
will only say that the man who pri
vately profesee to be a -trong Bepul
lican, yet daily grinds out ideas dirtct
ly the reverse of his belief and daily
attacks members of the party to which
he claims allegiance, is fully equal to
the libelous attacks referred to and
the many others not before referred to.
It is part of his business.
Thanking you in advance for the
use of the Herald columns I remain,
A few yards of floor oil cloth, 50
cents per yard, at Sydow k Kieke's.12
Hon. J. P. Hoyt, formerly Governor
Drj Ore l'lain; the Piper.
Our special rejiort of the Leadville
ore market, says the New York En
gineering and Mining Journal of a
late date, brings early confirmation of
our statement that the exclusion of
Mexican lluxing ores under new in
structions, would result in a small ad
vance iu the price of Colorado lluxing
ore and 11 decline in the price of drv
ores; or in other words, that the
smelters, being unable to secure a
suiheient supply of lead ore, would j profe-sional testimony proves that it
charge the drv ore mines a lusher!1' a benign curative, are chills and
smelting rate. Our correspondent
says : "A sharp decline ha taken
place in dry ores. Heretofore thi-
class has sold with a reduction 01 1
11150 to $13 for smelting charge,
whereas, now these range from $ 13 to
flG working charge."
The new treasury instructions, ac
cording to Colorado reports have al
ready re-ulted in curtailing the entry
of Mexican ores to the extent of -10 to
.")0 per cent. As the effect of thi- be-
I comes felt, the dry ore mines will find
that thev. who can least .itfiird it, are
Mag mc(l to t.n:u,le the Having ore
rili,u.s to K,.t au additional profit.
when it i- well known that they are
now getting more for the lead in their
ore than it brings the smelter in the
bullion The -ilvr miners will 0011
learn where their interest lie, and
what kind of protection beiieiit
them. The work of removing the old Res
cue building will commence in a few
days. The specifications call for the
commencement of work within ten
I days after the filing of the supple
! mental bond.
All parties are hereby warned not to
give credit to my wife, Mr-. W. W.
Fetterman, after this date, as I will
not be resion-ible for any bills con
tracted by her.
W. W. Fettehma.w
Tombstone, A. T., Sept. C, 1&S&. Iw
This old time and popular restaurant
still maintains it.- position us a favor
te place for our citizen.-? to regale
themsel ;es on all the table delicacies,
which ire prepared in a toothsome
I manner and served by polite and at-
t-iii'ivc waiters. Tins restaurant make
it sfrecialty of broiled steaks ami cut
lets, and imports cotlee of extra ipial
ity. tint- being able to furnish the best
cup of coil'ee obtainable iu the citv.
Fresh fish every day, and an elegant
chicken dinner everv Sundav.
Mr. Moore, the Po-t Master at Brad
shivv, Va., alter reading an advertise
ment of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy, concluded to
try a small bottle of it. He ny-: "I
Used it in two cases for colic and three
lor diarrhea with perfect -atisfaction.
One dose gave relief in every case but
one, that was a bad ca-e of colic and
required the .-econd do.-e. I have
iiaudleil a great deal of patent medicine
as agent and for my own Use, but never
tried .111 that gave .is good results as
"Chamberlain's Colic, Choler:) and
Diarrhea Remedy." For sale at 2"
and ."(0 cents per lioltle by II. J. Peto.
Xesbit's poultry powder and Forrest
cholera c-rc for chickens. lr eale t
If you want a tine shine on your
boots or shoes call at Baron's barlier
shop. The artist is the best in town
and guarantees good work or no pay. S
Ore sacks, tents and wagon covers
at Svdow A Kieke's. '.I
Stone water buckets something
new, at Sydow t Kieke's. 3
Complete suits of clothes for gentle
men, $1 each, at Sydow it Kicke'u. 3
Swept by the Tide of Popularity.
To the topmo-t pinnacle of success,
Ho-tetter'n Stomach Bitters stands a
shining proof of what genuine merit,
Kicked bv the hv ing force of proven
facts, can attain. Tho Xorth and
South American continent-, Europe,
Au-tralia. the Wtst Indies, Guatemala
and Mexico have all contributed wide
patronage and testimony of the most
favorable kind hat unsolicited to
swell the reputation of this sterling
remedy. Among the maladies for
which the mo.-t convincing public and
fevtr, billion-, remittent, dumb agua
and ague cake, dyspep-ia, liver com
plaint, uervoiisnes-, debility, kidney
and bladder complaints. It mitigates
the iufirmitie- of age, haptens con-
j valescence, has a tendency to prevent
"' coiise.mences irom exposure ana
exhaustion. Per-ons of .-edentarv
habits and laborious occupations will
find it an ever u-eful tonic.
ChoUra in Michigan.
Dr F. I). Larke, of Roger.- City,
Michigan, -ay- the epidemic of lat
year in Prc.-ipie Me County, iu which
so many per-011- lo-t their lives. wa
choleric dy-entery instead of cholera
a-. tirt reported lie u-ed Chamberlain'-
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhaj
Remedy and -av-it -luceeded, where
all oilier remedies failed. Xol a .-ingle
care wa- lost in which it was n-ed.
Thi- Remedv i- the mo-t reliable and
mo-t Micces-ful medicine known for
colic, cholera murhu-, dysentery,
diarrhre and Moody flux. 2 and 50
cents bottles fur sale bv II J Peto.
TO CATTLE BUYERS.
500 Fat Steers.
Persons ihirm to buv fat
cattle, can tnircluiie the same
from Messrs. Jew 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 the above named
AtLtll STREET, OPPOSITE 0. K. CORRAL.
FJLUIY& Co,. Managers.
riie larc-t and fint it ck of L'ndrrtaMng
LiCK-d-. in Aruon-i. W are p-epared to do all
oJ. n our laic in ii t.M c'vss manner. ALL
OfK WORK GC RA I EEU
Or temporarily rt: crvd at a tr.fi. ng
e..n for -h pment.
Satisfaction Given in fell Respects.
27"Orders left at the O. K. Stable
will receive prompt, attention.
ALUS WALkEK. FDERIL 1HILECT0E-
AND'HAVE THEM DEJJVEREtm
Arficn Wie order meunls fo"d"speeiieifstrr.-ftr
cnci yuertnteti LOWER lhaaanyoftiec
Tvousc inrhe U S.
""- :tfiA )
ogne, pubiuhrd Sept. loth,
and mailed tree upon afptio
kton , bum; i" Ccunling with
over ?.ooo lithographs &nd wool
jruti. everything needed fcr
LxJm'. Cents' iai Ctutdren's
U'eir.ind adornment; Hotiso.
juA do the barest snd most reliable MaJ Order lolt
(tithe country. Their Fxshion Catalogue is indispeasable
lo parties prevented fcy dsttace front dotfljtheicoviv
. hiwppinj in New York." 'JftmUT