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TOMBSTONE EPITAPH, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER iS, 1889.
TOMBSTONE DAILY EPITAPH
Advertising rat- m id- Vnou n at tins ottioe.
Mill I II 111 I Ml III! II I
i-.itr.ori in: 1101 us.
the I'ostotfice is open tor general delivery
era 3 a. iu. to 6 p. iil
Money ord-r Department open from 8 a. in.
6 p. m.
M ML AKMV.M.S.
Krotu t&ut nd WVm it is
l$nbec null d"p.irts 6.1 in . .unvrs 6 in in.
A.. 4 S. E. R. E-TIME OARD.
ktwe, 7.00 i. in. Kairb ink. 9.3" .1. 111.
K.iiruink, u.ooio-jn. Ilwb- 2. 30 p. m.
Duly, exevp MinJn
It. A. M. tonight.
Dave Colin is out f.iiin iii(v.
The thermometer at Seaman-' store
registered 7S vesterd.iv.
Buy a iAJiii-iana lottery ticket at
Jos. l.ipivrt's harler shop, tf
.Mr. Jame- Punning wJll return
from l.(s Angeles ne.t 1'ritlay.
A pair of heavy blankets there cold
nights is one of the nice.-.-itie.s of a
B.thy carriages, toys, brushes, l-ook-,
etc., at .Moninonier's.
Boston baked beans and spirituous
consolation at the Fahion to-uight.
Fresh oysters at the Can Can every
The City Council meets net Friday
night. Prepare your bills and griev
ances and present them to the clerk.
1'ictuies, picture frames, mouldings
and artists' materials at Momnonier's.
Our buyer has just completed the
purchase of the largest and fine-t lot
of mens' furnishing goods ever brought
to Tombstone. Svdovv A Kieke. 1
Oil, needles, attachment. and part
for repairing all the leading sewing
machines at Yaple's Candy Factory. 1 J
Hemeniber the agency for ClarkV
"0. X. T." sjiool cotton is at sydow A
During these cool night- a social
dance would be much enjoyed. What's
the matter with our young blood-?
The ladies, like Barkis, ''are willin."
The I)- M.Osborne mowers mul the
Halladay uindmilU for ale at Wol
The clerk of the weather was evi
dently rattled yesterday. Several
light .showers; occurred during the day
and the indications for to-day are for
Housekeepers; will take no ice that
a complete stock of glassware, lan-.p-,
etc., will shortly arrive at riydow- .t
Stevenson Jfc Walker are the author
ized agents for Louisiana iotiery tick
ets in this city. By investing .-f 1 you
i.ave a chance of winning a fortune, tf
K. S. Wolcott, S. L. Hart and J. A.
Godfrey will leave to day on a hunt
ing trip to the other side of the Hua
chucad. They will be gone about ten
It will be advantageous for ladies to
wait until the arrival of our new lot
of goods before purchasing their win
ter supply. Sydow fc Kieke. 18
lie was ill, had no appetite and was
sinking into a premature grave. He
was finally induced to eat at the Can
Can restaurant and is now well and
hearty and sees life through rose-colored
Thomas Dc'aney will enlarge pho
togrtiphs, do sketches and sign paiu'
ing at reasonable rates. Iipave orders
at tin- IUn.v Kit-rai-H office.
Nick .Vobil the fruit dealer of Fifth
-tieet, departed yesterday fur !?ev
York, where ho will meet hid mother,
who i coining to TuI"-Uhh from
llcrO-r. till- H'Olkll.
The Victoria and Albert, tin Ut'i"i'
yacht, was built at Prtiibiokc in U"l
She 1- constructed of wood, -diea-el
with 'tM-r, MtMlortt l3tt,441 at the
hi (-et.s-ud alHl 3iO,OJu lias sitiee
been expended on her.
According1 to the Globe Silver Holt
tnat town was recently xi'itcd by a
rain-torm that did coii-iderable dam
age. The Hood had enough fortr to
carry oil tanks weighing 701) pound a
distance of four Wile. The danugt
is estimated at 56.000.
Judge K. Wel:ouse, of Fremont,
ln., i "aid to the p-opiie.or ."
me la j.es: ocind '-i ike wor'i' Te
his 1.C5S aces iu ''v'.l i-w. an I is
clamed that no oilier grower n li e
'ace of ike globe can make a j.'1 .
showing. jsydow-A Kieke eviilently Wlieveiu
a good fuli're for Jhis eairp .i they
new have ninny UKKUMuds r didla -
woiJi of gooils on the road. 1 Is i
the most enterp i"3g fi n in the vi.;
and deserves the HIhtuI jui;inage it
John Cannon Sho't. an agetl f.i'Tiier
of near ti'eoretow.i.eo'ninite-' th.-l in
going to Georgetown iUiw times kt
week during t no past forty yea 8. the
distance e.ich way ie:ng !evin mile-,
he has traveled tJ7,fcG0 iniles.
According to tuel'ortlandOreonian
the fact that the watci peop!-
not .-low in taking adva 'tae of
modem imp'ovements isshoua ,-.- ihe
stateuient that one comr.vpy alo -e
dining he List fovir 1110 11 'is has put
in iHM'ly 10,0(X) elec 'ic luts in
iet;oii and Wasii'Ti'i.
Frank W. Ha!e, of Dover, N. It.,
has a siiia-h that weighs 1U0 jkj i:ids.
lti--st.ll growing and Hale horn's it
will double its present w''if In
twenty-eight hours its circumference
increased an inch and three-n'arte's.
So far the ball committee of the
Protection hoe company has no: met
to ell'cct a settlement. It will proba
bly meet this, week. Over !() have
been ttfned in to the foreman, who
ha jmid .-GO for this two lotsi acd has
lail fur the ball music. All other
bills will be paid as soon as the com
The whole of the old Ifeaeiie hoee
house is now on its new location ami
all outside work will Ie completed to
day. The repairing and refit iijr of
the interior will bo completed as tt'ion
as po :blc. J-eve al room will be
partitioned oil" for various Uses of the
cc:::pr.::y and everything will lie put
in tirsl-class shape.
I-ast Sunday, at 11:20 o'clocV, Ben
Har':so'S br-atheil hi-i last. .surrounded
by sorrowing friends who did all that
could be done to prolong his existence.
The apparent caeso of his death wjs
fever. Ben took a prominent pn-t in
the celebration of last Fou'ih o' J y
and was much admired and cneered
during the parade. His remains were
given decent sepulture and his noble
and high-spirited qualities will long lie
remembered by those who knew him.
He was not quite one year of age and
was the property of Col. HafTord. He
was the finest specimen of an eagle
ever teen in this part of Arizona and
was exceedingly tame and gentle.
'tmWm it lite luilm wl Tki- i'nznss
TwtwJ ArrkiiUnrai iKdrpetiJetHc.
C.iplaiu Joint I.. Bullis, Tiventy
fourth Infantry, Cniied Mat army,
aetint; agent at San Curios, has sub
mitted the annual lejiort on the con
dition of the Indians upon that reser
vation. The Am Carlo agency is iu
the MJtilheastern part of Arizona, and
the reservation, wtiieli is known as the
White Jloitnt.iiii. coniuiiis 2,rm),0l;tl
vrvt. Of thii area the reimrt xIhiha
that ,tf0mris is tilUblo land. The
Iiit'iau have 2:i-"t acres under culti
vation. The lutliun jtoimlauon under
the Sun Carlo aaeiicv is as follows:
San '.irks, l,MJ4; Wliite MounUJii
stud Co;erao, 5.1; Tout.), i"t);
Yuma and Mohave, Sll; toial, 1,212.
This is a slight deeiease since last
The crops lia'.e lieen good this sea-
wm a-Ul the htdiau fanners have
grott UJ(i7 bushelH of wheat, S,2tXt
bushels vf corn and 16,30 bushels of
barley. Besides these croiis there Itav e
lieen railed t Ihe reijervaliow this
year '.Q btWlu Is of leiins. 2(1577 melon-
ami l2l,il-i (HHiipkitn. Aliout
- V) ous of wild hay, black gr.tiunia,
lias been cut in tiie canons. All crops
arc irrigated. The Indians within Litis
agency own considerable slock, a re
.ut caihr.a'.c showing the iollvwiag:
Hotse-i, 2.071; mules, 117; cattle,
1,7K: jacks K.
The agent says that the horses
on tied by the Ind'ans are too small
loriaimp't pie and he iceommecds
ttut it hfger btetd be supplied. Caji
txm Bullis says the 1 ndians are pro
gressing slowly towards uviliiatou.
It has only leeu a few ye.' tssiuce
these Apaches were as wild and troub
lesome as any ItitKane on the bonier.
"While he advancement Of these
Indians towards civilv.atiou may bo
flow," said he, "lam t'ully convinced
that they arc improving and each re
turning season arc more desirous of
obi.iitiiitfc the latest improved farming
implements and of increasing their !
small gat den patches to broad acres of
He explains that the greatest draw
back at the present in the improve
ment of thee people is the drinking
of tiswin, made from corn. The re
sult is generally a tight among them
selves, frequently -ending in the kill
ing of One or more of the participants.
Four Indians and two white men have
lieen killed on the reservation during
TheYuuiaand ilojave Indians are
still difsaiisiied with their location
along the Gila river and desire to re
turn to Oie Verde country in the
mountains, from which they were re
moved about fif.c-en years aj,o. The
agent recommends their return. There
are only forty-five Indians on the res
ervation wjto speak Kolisb. aixi only
twenty w1k war ci.lxenc' diess.
There are 533 ch'Uien of school n:,c,
I ut tle agency school p-o.."des at com-
modattoit for on1y fiiy pup"ls. Tven- 1
ty-etght ehr't'o nw away a! -ehoo.. I
Tbarc are no chir xlws or n.is.- oua -ies
among these Tnd'ans. Citizen.
Thi oW tiiite and popular restaurant
still mantain its pos.ion :ts a favor
te place for our cl-i.ena U resile
tbenise) "Cs; on all the inle (kit .teie-,
which are jrrepared in a totj.bsome
manner and served hy pok'e and at
tentive waiters. This restaurant makes
a siecilty of broiktl steaks and cut
lets, ami imports coffee of evtra (jual
iiy, thus being aide to furnish the best
cup of eotfee obl-iinable in the city.
Fresh fish every day, and an elegant
chicken dinner every Sunday.
Xesbit's poultry iwder and Forrest
eholcr.i cure for chickens. For sale at
A Hale Old Man.
A hale old man, .Mr Ja. Wilson of
Aliens' Springs, 111., who is over sixty
years of age, s.tvs: .j im. jtl niv tj,llt.
trietl a great many medicines, some of
excellent totality; but never before
did I Hint any that would mi com
pletely do all that is claimed tor it as
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
t'lirriu'ii liuinotiy. It is truly a won
derful medicine." For sale by II. J.
The Portland Oiejjoni.i.i s.tys that
the Pacific coast has .-illicit! greater
los-es f-oin lire dining 1KV. than an
other section of the I'liiied Ma'e.-. It
i computed that .f.itl.tMi't.ilOu worth of
lixpery has been .le-lroycd by lire
since the lieginniiig of Ibis. year. Of
this sum California and Warbius'iiui
contributeii a little over half.
Lewis Punty, po-tmaster at Shrub
Oak, Yes.iehes'er coeoty, '. Y., wes
appointed by Piesident William Heifv
Ha-trisou in 3Iatcli, IS1 1, and ha
se .ed conti'tuottsly from that time.
Tuoi'gli in his et .y-fi" li yerr he is
vigo oils, h's me.noi. and vi-ioa ate
clesr. a id ho s.;ll ecelvts and di-l-'ib-us
tnc mail twice a day, as he ha-.
for long ye." -. ,
Am Knglish geieuiijt 1-ns Ixcn mak
incrpe' intents to deteinine the im-
liopant pa-t which liht play ii the
tIeieIoiaieut of apmal Ie. A doyen
tadpoles we e confined in a hot f.om
which eve.-y my of !-ht was e-.e'.nltd.
The re-elt wtt- that only ,tu of them
developed into frogs, and these were
tho : lived. T'leojii. siic e.-el eon
side ab' in sie but nrver left tue tad
Parents should be careful that their
children do not contract cold- (lining
the fall or early winter mouth--. Such
colds weaken the lungs and air pr.-s-ages,
innkiug tlie child much more
likely to contract o her cold- during
the winter. It is this .-ticce-sion o'
cold- that cau-es catarrh and b.-oti
chitis or paves the way for conuiii
tion. Should a cold be contracted,
loose no time but cure it a- quickly a
possible. A fifty cent bottle of Cham
berlain's Cough Keuiedy wll cu'eany
cold in a few days and leave the re
spiratory organs strong and healthy.
For sale by II. J. Peto.
J. II. White's ranch butter at Wol
Stationery, paint.-, oil-, etc., at Mon
Fre.-h buttermilk at the Can Can.
I.ate.-t style of cloth for Summer
suits at Harris' tailor shop. tf
If you want to get fresh telegraphic
(no grapevine) news, read the Ki'iT.vi'H.
The very tinet coilee at the -Mai-on
Fre-h fi.-h and fresh oysters every
dav- at the Mai.-on Dore.
With I,. I. I'ii.. 1. j-.- r- cly to ct al kirds
oiiv pcritn.rg torns irna lit; in ikes a
ro-ci ilty .tlso 01
Sign & House Painting-
litr ll:mrinj Ve.itly Done.
MIDI' (0ED: OF TIIIRll .Wll TlllCIIMT.
U'M UKKIEL'. rropridor.
First Class Hotel in Every Respect.
IirtooR supplied uith
Choice Foreign and Domestic Liquors.
Livery Stable in Connection.
1FAIEBANK, - ARIZONA
Swept by the Tide of Popularity.
To the topmost pinnacle of success,
lhHtetler's Stomach Bitters stands a
shining proof of what genuine merit,
backed by the living force of proven
facts, can attain. The North and
outh American continents, Kurope,
iitrtili.i, the W-t Indies, Guatemala
and .Mexico have all contributed wide
patrotrige and testimony of the most
favorable kind but unsolicited to
swell the uputation of this sterling
remedy. Among the maladies for
which the nio-t convincing public and
professional tcsti-uonv proves that it
is .1 benign curative, arc rhil! and
fever, billions remittent, dumb ague
and ague cake, dyspep-ia, liver com
plaint, uervou-ness, debility, kidney
antl bladder complaints. It mitigates
the inlirmities of age, ha-tcn-, con-
j vak'scence, has a tendency to prevent
ill consequences from e.;po-ure and
exhaustion. Person-, of sedentary
habits and laltorioti- occupations will
find it an ever n-eftil tonic.
Do you want to be happy, heal; iy,
wealthy and wise? Drop into the
Pony Saloon and a-k Henry for some
of that line old hand made So sli
Bourbon Whisky and Will and HilU'
Spring of feO. He also has on hand
Ht -mitage Bourbon, J. H. .McBraycr
Botifbon, Kippy and Guckenheimer
ByOs all pure, straight old goods; to
gether with all kinds of imported
5,-ainlies, Wine-, Ale- and Porters of
he tiio-t celebrated brands. His Cali
onii.t Brandy cannot be stirpa-scd
.mix where. All kinds of fancy mixed
drinks a specialty; the Carman Kev
West Cigar cannot be beat, for the
money, in any place. St. Loc's An-
teti-er Btisch Lager Beer, ice cold, on
draught. Call and be convinced.
tf Hknuv Cami'Iiei.i., Proprietor.
- --. .
Cholera in ilichigan.
Dr. F. 1). Larke, of Itogers City,
Michigan, says the epidemic of lat
year in Prcsque Isle County, in which
so many persons lo-t their lives, was
choleric dysentery instead of cholera
a-first reporttd. He 11-ed Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrlue
lleniedy and says it siicctcded, where
all other remedies failed. Not a single
ca.-e was lost in which it was Used.
This Bcinedy is the rno-t reliable and
mo-t successful medicine known for
colic, cholera morbus, dysentery,
diarrhre and bloody flux. 2" and 50
cents bottles for sale by II. J. Peto.
TO CATTLE BUYERS.
500 Fat Steers.
Persons u ishing to buy f:it
cattle, can purchase the same
from Messrs. Jose Maria and
Manuel Ilias, 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
AILEN STREET, OPPOSITE 0. K: CORRAL.
X'J-lsitX U; j0,. JjIwiirigGIS.
The Unrest and finea stock of Urnertakint;
Goods in Ahzom. Wc are nrenarca to do all
work in our line in a firt class manner. ALL.
OUR WORK GUARANTEED.
Or temporarily preserved at a tnlUr.g
expense for shipment.
Satisfaction Given in All Respects.
reorders left at the O. K. Stabla
will receive prompt attention.
ALLEX WALKEE. FUrTdL DIKECT.
If you want a fine shine on your
Iroots or shoes call at llaron's barber
shop. The artist is the best in town
and guarantees good work or no pay. 8
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