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TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14. 1SS9.
TOMBSTONE DAILY EPITAPH
Adeiusing rates made known it this office.
rbe Postofice is open for general drliver
cm S a. m. to 6 p. a.
Mcney order Department open from 8 . m
t p. m.
from Kiit And Wot t 12 m , departs 3
Bib mail departs 6 m . trr 6 p. in.
A. 4 3. B. R. R-TIME OABD.
isbee. 7.00 a. ra. Fa.rbink. 9.30 a. nL
Fairbank, u 00 noon. Bisbee a 30 p. m.
The thermometer tit teaman- torc
registered SO yesterday.
Buy & Louisiana lottery ticket at
Jos. Lippert's barber shop. tf
One )ortion of the Uescue ho-e
house has been moel to its location
The average age of thc twelve Kng
liah bishops is seventy 1 years
A few yards of lloor oil cloth, ."0
cents jer yard, at Sydovv it rCieke's.r'
The outlook for winter feed for
stock in Southern Arizona is very
good and stock men are smiling.
The coal fields of Hokkaido, in
Japan, are estimated by an American
engineer to be worth $100,0" X),000.
Full-sized mattretse-, "Jo, at i-jdow
A Kieke'e. 12
A nice little shower of rain fell yes
terday afternoon, making the atmos
phere very pleasant.
Oil, needles, attachments and parts
for repairing all the leading sewing
machines at Yaple's Candy Factory-.l-l
Those lawn tennis trousers were
lost for four or five minuted last even-
ing, and a fraction of mssiety vva all
Jtemember the agency for Clark's
"0. X. T." spool cotton is at Sydow
A pure white tarantula was caught
in Laa Vegas, X. M., last week. Its
venom is said to be equal to that of a
A nice line of white and colored
bedspreads just received at Sydow A
Upward of twenty-eight large bales
of human hair were brought to France
in the last steamer that arrived from
Out of 246 men passing along Main
street in Cincinnati on a recent after
noon 210 had lost one or moro of the
hind buttons off their coats.
The D M. Osborne mowers and the
Halladay windmill" for nal at Wol
Stevenson A Walker are the author
ized agents for Louisiana lottery tick
eta in tins csty. Ajy investing 1 you
hae a chance of winning a fortune, tf
An Altoona angler caught a ba.s
weighing five and one-half pounds in
the Juniata the other day. It was
twenty-three inches in length.
If you want ice cold St, Lous draught
beer out of a genuine German pump
call on Julius Caesar at the Crystal
If Governor Wolfley's friends would
do him a valuable service they will ad
vise him to stop writing explanatory
letters to the press, for he will get the
worat of the game every time. Star. I
1'i'lll'l hllOW it ttt !jlf-.
All empty whiskv hiriel may im
more dangerous limn h full one Yes
terday freighter Hume? Uirtl -oine
hole- in tlu barrel lie was rising tip
for de-ert u-e. To -itiooth off Hie in-
n..r li,. im ra u 1.,.. ,.,. fi.....i,
one of the holer near th bottom. In-
ttintly an eplo-iou life a rin idiot
w.i- heard and people Ik-ctal to Uil
moro l!iothef' blacksmith shop, vx
peeling to see man weltering in
warm gore. They found in-dead, a har
rel open on top, heavy dent in the
roof timber- and splinters f a barrel
head -eattered about. The hrt iron
had touched off. evidently , old wljiky
ga-nud citu-l a blow up froiii width
bystanders escaped by tin merest
chance l'honix. lit raid.
Was It Umhih?
.-'everal week-ago Frank Donnelly,
formerly of l!ibee, left the t'ongreKs
mine in Yavapai county, to jo to the
Yuma copper mine'--. Jle never
readied the latter place, and hag not
been heard front since, but the de-co!iijo--d
IhmIv of some periu was
round ti few mile from the Yuma
copper mine-, and the beard and hair
being like Donnelly's it L-. presumed
by that he died on route. Domiclly
vv.t- well known in Cochise county,
where he was iormerly a partner 01 K.
J Winder in tlie mining biiKibtiss.
Col. Herring returned from Tucson
ye-terday. He will 20 ba.'fc to that
enterpri-ing burg iwxt Tuesday on
Mark Smith and A. II. English went
out to the liabacom.iri yesterday. They
were loaded for '-bar." but will proba
bly come back tilled up with eottou
Di-trict Clerk Daily yesterday is
sued a writ of haliea- rorpus in the
case of Attorney Wilson, of liensou,
who w a--recently held to appear be
fore the grand jury and who was out
A man engaged in digging a well at
Prescotl Junction had put a bla-t in
on Saturday, which failed to explode.
While engaged in picking it out the
charge exploded, injuring hint icry
seriously and probably fatally. Jour
Superintendent Fisher yesterday ex
hibited a siiecimen of siher wbith i
extremely beautiful as well as taluable.
It was obtained from Ground Hog
ore and w.i- made by the bursting of
the crucible in which it was being re
torted. The molten metal run oer
and through the grate- of the furnace
and formed into the most fanta-iic
designs. The specimen weighs one
hundred and one-ipiarter ounce- and
is about 070 line. It will probably lie
sent eat to the headquarter- of the
company. Owing to the delay cau-ed
by this accident the tastiu; of the
two bars will be mAtlc thi-j morning.
Judge William liarnes, the wtallhy
Xew York gentleman mentioned some
days ago in tiie Herald, arriwd la-it
evening and tvas joined thi morning
by Messrs. K. H. Hobbi, of New York,
and Charles IJ. Wickinson, of Phila
delphia. These gentlemen, we under
stand, are heavily interested in the
Buckeye canal and are perfecting
plans for greatly enlarging that enter
prise. Judge Barnes is a very in
fluential Republican in the Empire
State, some journals comparing his in
fluence with ex-Senator I'lntt. At all
events the judge is thoroughly im
pressed with the rKH-ibilities of the
Buckeye canal and country. I'henix
Pictures, picture frames, mouldings I
and artists' materials at MonmonierV. '
A very favorable feature in mining
in this di-triet it the leasing of udne-t
by miners who arc, in nearly every in
sUncu, nuking more tliiin upt-, and
: ,ii-cis's iii.iUiiis liii money. Of
l,,,,m' - s "-l to the camp, for
whm the owners of mines let their
piop-rtie.- remain idle it i a drawback
to the ditrict. The le-sces of a mine
are liable at any lime to encounter a
U of ore, which i- is.;: or.l;. a liv.-
elit to theiiiselvi and the camp, hut
enhance- the value of the property
and othurs adjoining, several good
strikes have recently been made in
this district by le ee, the evtent and
value of which ha.c not y-t been dis
covered. While we would like to see
all our mine in i-ucce-ful operation
by the companies or individuals own
ing them, yet if such cannot be the
case the lea-ing of them to parties
working for daily -listenance will be
of great benefit to the entire di-trut.
The Emerald is producing some
what better than for a few week-, the
fore1 of men remaining the same.
No change of imiiortaiice has oecumd
during the week.
The liattling Boy i- down nearly
2WI feet and drifts are being run Ixith
ways on the- ledge with very favorable
indication- of soon being in good ore.
The Big Comet -till -hows an im
mense body sf low grade ore. Work
is lieing continued and the grade of
ore will undoubtedly incren-e a-sinking
The Omega iniugis being worked a
usual but 110 change for the better ha
taken place during the pa-t week. Tin
ore in this mine occur- iu depo-its and
in the pa-t several large Iodies of high
grade ore ha- been etracted. There
is no knowing at what time a similar
one may be encountered.
The ntl'airs of the Nichola- have
len satisfactorily adjust) d, all claim
have been paid and work will be re
sumed in a few weeks. This is one of
the be-t pro-ject- in tin district and
its resumption of work will encourag
other mine owner-.
Xo change to rejort at the Lucky
Cuss. The u-ual shipments of ore are
The work of cleaning out 111 the
northwest -haft of the Totighnut con
tinues, the screenings paying ex-peiise-1.
The slopes and levels of the Vizina
are beint; cleaned out, but so far the
diamond drill ha- not been put to
work owing toStiperintcndt.nl Fi-herV
lack of time to start it.
The Ground Hog continue to show
a strong ledge of rich ore. Shipments,
are being made to the mill regularly
and everything around and in the
mine is in lirst-cla -hape.
The Sterling Silver mill ha- run the
pa-t week on (round Hog ore. Xext
wick half and halfof Ground Hog and
Vizina ores will le worked, as this
combination will give better results
than Ground Hog ore alone Two
bars of line bullion were to have been
melted yesterday, but owing to an ac
cident while retorting the melting will
le done to-day. Work i steadily con
tinued in the well and good progress
made. Shipments of bullion are reg
ular and are proof positive of the suc-ce-s
of tbii enterprise.
The lessees of the Sunset are reap
ing a deserved recomitcnse for several
months of hard labor. They have a
two-foot vein of good ore, the extent of
which is unknown. A shipment was
made to Xew Mexico last Thursday.
A rich strike is reported to have
recently leen made by the lessees of
the Blue Monday. The ore is said to
as-av- high in silver and several ounces
in Bol(1- H SMlioin4 thc Bob Ingeioll
and nearly touches the Herschcl.
The Esperauza shows up fourteen
inches of $30 ore and promises to be
come 11 good property. Development
work will be continued.
The Juniata has recently been
leased to MacXeal and Mollisou. This
mine has iu former time- produced
the richest ore in this district. It ha
lain idle for years although siipiw-ed
to te a good property. The les-ees
are considered fortunate iu securing a
lease of this property.
A winze is being sunk in the Her
schel to tap the ore at another point.
The Usual nmount of good ore i- be
ing extracted aud another shipment
w ill soon be ready.
The lessees of the Stonewall Jack
son continue to send their usual
amount of manganese ore to El I'aso.
me uiu uuarti is in auoiuer muiiute
which will probably not be straight
ened out until the next term of court.
In the meantime no work is being
done on the property.
The Xicholas will soon resume work
as the new owners are de-droiis of
either blowing the bottom out or e-po-ing
n good mine. We believe the
latter will be the case as the showing
is excellent and the ore above average.
The lessees of the Town-ite are re
orted to have a nice little streak of
good ore and to be making more than
Xoreteiit reports have come from
Turquoise district, thc late-t being the
starling up of the Defiance mine by
an El l'a-o company.
Several unauthentic rumors of nets
dicoveric- have come from the Dra
goons the jiast week.
All partie- are hereby warned not to
give credit to my wife, Mr-. W. W.
Fettennan, after this date, as I will
not l-e responsible for any bills con
tracted by her.
W. W. Fkttkrm.vn.
Tombstone, A. T., Sept. C, lfcb'J. Iw
A woman at Heading, Pa., hanged
herself because she had a severe tooth
ache. She told a friend the day be
fore she could not bear it any longer.
Five dollars and four cents were
dropped in the box of an Allentown
street car by a near-sighted rider, who
mistook a .f ') gold piece for a jicnuy.
There are altogether about 17,000
Arabs in this country, and not 10 per
cent (d them have a settled home or
any other means of support than ped
A Sierra Valley (Cal.) man made an
excellent bargain the other day. He
Wight a sack of sweet potatoes and
found in the bottom of it a $20 gold
If you want to get fresh telegraphic
(no grapevine) news, read ths EriT.vrii
Fresh oysters at the Can Can every
With I.. K. I'Jt'c. is nou ready to do all kinds
o! uorL petlaimng to his trade He makes a
nrc! ill v also ot
Sign & House Painting-
Iu per Hanging- Xeatly Done.
SHOP C0KEK OF TUIKD HP TOICHMT.
LE0 L1BBIEC. Proprietor.
First Class Hotel in Every Respect. f
Barroom supplied with
Choice Foreign and Domestic Liquors.
Liveiy Stable in Connection.
Swept by the Tide of Popularity.
To thtApopmost pinnacle of success,
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters stands a
shining proof of what genuine merit,
backed by the living force of proven
facts, can attain. The Xorth and
South American continents, Europe,
Vu-trali.i, the West Indies, Guatemala
and Mexico have all contributed wide
patronage and testimony of the most
favorable kind but un-olicited to
swell the reputation of this sterling
remedy. Among the maladies for
which the mo.-t convincing public and
professional testimony proves that it
is a benign curaiive, are chills and
fever, billions remittent, dumb ague
and ague cake, dy-pep-ia, liver com
plaint, nervoiisiu-s, debility, kidney
mil bladder complaint-. It mitigates
the intiruiitics of age, haitens con
valescence, has a tendency to jrevent
ill consequences from e.j)osure and
exhaustion. Person.- of sedentary
habits and laborious occupations will
lind it an ever ti-eful tonic.
Do you want to be happy, healthy,
wealthy and vvi-e? Drop into the
Pony Saloon and ak Henry for some
of that tine old hand made So sh
Bourbon Whisky and Will and Hills'
Spring of 'SO. He also has on hand
Hermitage Bourbon, J. H. McBrayer
Bourbon, Hippy and Guckenheimer
Ryes all pure, straight old good-; to
gether with all kinds of imported
Brandies, Wines, Ales ami Porters of
the mo-t celebrated brands. His Cali
fornia Brandy cannot be siirpa-sed
anywhere. All kinds of fancy mixed
drinks a spteialty; the Carman Key-
West Cigar cannot be beat, for the
money, in any place. St. Louis An-heu-er
Biisch I-iger Beer, ice cold, on
draught. Call and be convinced.
tf Hkxkv CvMi-ithiL, Proprietor.
Cholera in Michigan.
Dr. F. D. Larke, of Rogers City,
Michigan, says the epidemic of last
year iu Presque Isle County, in which
so many pcr-ons lost their lives, was
choleric dysentery instead of cholera
as first rcportetl. He Used Chamberlain'-
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhie
Remedy and says it succeeded, where
all other remedies failed. Xot a single
ca-e was lost in which it was Used.
This Remedy is the mo-t reliable and
mot succes-ful medicine known for
colic, cholera morbus, dysentery,
diarrlue and bloody tlux. 25 and 50
cents bottles for sale bv II J. Pcto.
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 the above named
Only First Class Hotel in
LARGE, LOFTY ROOMS
Elenant Parlor lor Guests.
Sample Rooms for Cimzercial Travelers
J. V. VICKSRS
If you want a fine shine on your
lioots or shoes calj at Baron's barber
shop. Thc artist is thc best in town
and guarantees good work or no pay. 8
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