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TOMBSTONE DAILY EPITAPH
Adtcuting rate ni3d knoAnat this orhce.
(jir-iiri ii'k iiim it-..
Tb Prnxmbee it am for genml rt'Uver
o8 J. lu. U6 p. m.
A4i-mv uiff DetMrtm nt opn from 9 a. m.
nwi diNi ant VV'-x at um, tim 3
Kitoe iiail (kvxv ft m , rns on m.
x. rz 3 s. p. a-riM-: hard.
hfe-, ;mihi. Fimnnk. 30 . m,
Falrtuik. u ooa-wn. bi 1 1 3 p. m.
Du!) -Mm in lv
L03M- '-U.EMIN GS
Skating 10 night.
K. A. M. to-night
Surveyor Howe is over in lSUbce.
K. X. Wolrott i paving n vi-it to
Genti eilk necktie. 2 ccnte and
ujmRPtls. at ydw t Kieke'-. 10
The thermometer a Youge' drug
store rogi-tored "S deg. je-tenlny.
Ham -siuhirhe- ami trimming at
the Fashion r-alocn to-night.
Bii-in'?- nt liiihoo i reported quite
Hvoly and everrbdy happy.
Tlw iwt oonipleie lino of men',
hoy' and children" hat in Tomb-tone,
M Syfow A Kike'. 10
A. (-arei. of the iar. Pedro
11 hni-e, .Snor.i, arrived in
I -torn I,it eveninz.
T.f mini !" 1 Is of S L. Hnrl will
' pJ-j-ts.1 '0 le.trn tliut he is impro-
llurri-, the tailor, has rcrcited .1
Iftfiie -tck of fall mil winter good of
tfif liit-i pittorn". tf
Hon Alex. U'lglit i- aillieti-d villi
rhonnutim nnd i- quite ill. Dr.
Go-kI ello- i aiicndin him.
fnjKTJnteiideiil Jlther lm kinked
his ne-U an ! i- now aide to turn a
corner with ir am trouble.
OiercoaN and iiei-jneUe-, nt prices
lower ih in evor ollVruJ l-fore, at Sy
dow fc Kie!e'-. 10
The meeting; of the Cit Council
la-t night as postponed until next
Dr. Adanii will he present at the
lorning and evening t
M. E. Church to-morrow
Sirinton's indollihle marker, for
clothing and all other fabrics, is for
8lo at Monrnonier'e.
J)itrict Attorney atilnell returned
from Uisbee last evening by private
A Mexican woman living on Fre
mont r-trect vva idightly burned by
her clothes catching fire jesterday
We learn that George Kent, railroad
agent at Fairbank, has rcigned his
position and accepted a more lucrative
one in Texas.
Ben P. Abraim will leave for Iibee
in a few days 10 resume his old po-l
tion in J. Myers Ai Bros.' etore. He
will attend to all bui-ine?s of the firm
at that place.
District CUrk Geo. H. Daily yester
day received a letter from Judge
Brnes stating that he would arrive in
Toinb"tone next Wednesday or Thurs
dav and ojcn court on Thursday and
call a grand jury.
From a private letter received yes
terday we learn that Geo S. Itice whs
married, on the 10ih instant, to the
daughter of the chief engineer of tho
Croton aqueduct, in Xew York Citv.
Mr. Rice is now holding the poii'm
of deputy chief engineer and will be
remembered by many of our re-tdente
11 general maimger of ihe Uo-tn and
Ariiona Smelting and deduction com
pany mid sUH'rintendent of the
Stonewall mine, in it palmy day.
He wag noted for his peronHl popu
larity and socnl attainment. and was
lilrjil minded to a fault. He w5 a
-killftil engineer and iir-l came to
TombMone in 1679 and Uieriutiiiel
the construction of the I5o-Un mill.
Ho reinaintsl manager for the com-
p-iny until the clo-ing down of tlie
mill, and gave univeral snti-faetioii
to tho-e dealing vtith the tompanj.
He ha held many important po-itiom-for
a voung man, particularlv the con
struction of the Itoton aiusluct His
niimerou'. warm friend? in tin eit
wish bim and lii bride a happy and
In regard to the bare ball at I'lienix
there i something decidedly rotten in
Denmark. No ne-v jesterdav e.cept
a meagre dipntch to a private citizen,
and the dispatch teemed rather mixed
up. Although this oihee received a
pre report from I'lienix lat night,
yet ba-e ball was. not mentioneil. Our
special corroi-i-ondpnt hi1 probably
cone on a bust or else the a-luin au-thorilic-
got onto him.
Xew. of importanto in mining cir
cle i very Feree iliic week, the Tur
juni i.,i,w being the only ones at
trartingattenliou. Two claims in this
district aiw shotring good binlies of ore
rf over average gndn and are reallv
gKKl pnisie,t. What they may de
velop into i a qut'icii of time .inl
development work. The owner aie
reticent alout tneir properties and .tie
sa L-fied with the present olioAing.
The output of tho Kuienild is n
ttMtal and tho it 11 omen is aie tin
Tlte Uig Coiwt i incrtasing it out
pnt of ore. Drifting is being done on
the 300 Hive! nd sinking i being con
tinned. The Tombstone M. A M. company
continue the usual work and i ship
ping the usual amount of ore.
Work is lnHng continud on the
Hersehel ami good ore U being ex
tracted Work ha started up on the Inde-
ipitbt Iidians 1 Hidj.
Judge W. II. Barnes, who has been
in Florence for ten dave, holding a
term of the Pinal county District
Court for Judge Kibbey, who is occu
pying the bench here during the in
vestigation of the Wham robbery
ca-e, retiiriit-d home last night. There
va a large docket of routine Im-nii--.
uljii-li was dispatched promp iv as 1
usual with Jude C.iriii-i.
'I be criminal docket includisl iht
oae-of hiuApacne Indian. ch.irgct
with murder J. tee for the uuiruir ol
Usuhl siidUriCpua ths i-ar. Ptdro,
two vears ago, and two for the murder
of a man named Jones, who was
freighting through the reservation in
1SS7. " All live w ere convicted of mur
der in the first degree and were sen
tenced to be hanged.
Thee Indian are the same that
were tent to the Columbus prison for
a long term last vear, and who were
sent back to the Territory last spring
the Supreme Court having decided
that the United States courts hd no
jurisdiction and that they must be tried
(First PutbcaUoi) September 22. 1889 )
PP Icullun .No. S'.'S lur a rKiit a I lie
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pendence und a small new bJilding is
being ereetwl. Thi mine has pro- . by ti,e Territorial courtn.
duetxl good or- in early days but ha Judge Barnes was highly pleased
not been developed sufficiently t- j v itli the evidences of prosperity that
demonstrate its value. 'he saw in the vicinity of Florence.
No ore is being extracted from the ! ire ttl4S delighted with the appearance
State of Maine at present, although j 0f the surrounding ranches and or
devclopment work i being continued. 1 chard, where he lebcld all the nece-
ork is being eontinuod on the .rtries of life in a stat-of growth that
will rival the productiveness of any
country under the sun. In the or
chards he ?aw all kinds of fruit, in
Seiioivi Pantitgo and Miguel, two
native of the -tiniiy South, were run
in Thtir-day night for being drunk
,ind -hoping on the street". Yester
day morning they were fls-f-sed 510
each, which Miguel paid, but Santiago
concluded that he needed e.erci-e and
i now getting it under tho etiiiertisioit
of Chief Gage.
The firm of J. Mver- A Bro. re
opened their door vesterday and are
prepared to sell any amount of good
to any one for sjnit cash. The branch
store at Iiibee will also Ikj reopened
in a fen day. Thi i- pb-a-ing new
to our n-ident- and of In-iieUt to the
Ground Hog, mostly of prospet ting
The Viaina i prolucing the Usual
amount of ore for the null. 1 cludme olives, dates, almond, etc
The Sterling Silver milt continue! The work of completing the Flor
to run ?eadilv and sa'isfactonlv on eiKe canal is being pushed Citizen
Virina d Ground I log ores. A nt w
China pump ha- been eteetesl to run
the tailings to higher ground The
usual shipmente are U-inc made
Xo repirt ha come from the Dra
goons during the week.
Xuineroiis prospects throughout the
di-trk"t io lieing worked, ninny of
them -bowing up in a vry encour
aging manner. demontrating that all
the or in this district s- not confined
to a few of the larger compiinit.
There is a slightly better feeling
among mining men, although there
lia- been nothing apparent to justify
A. R. Glenn, of Clin ago, arrived
Rks at the l'.iir.
TIib fo!lowinc account of the fir-t
here vt-terdav to take the place of 1 , ,,.--., f
- (ifu'. riij.tK at ttifc lair tjun Irfini
the Phenis GaxeJte.
Captain Kelton, who i now in the
servile of Uncle Sam a mounted in-
pec-tor. Mr. Ktlton retire with a
good record and an even temper, a he
sa; s if his parly was in power he would
expect the other fellow to get the
While Postmaster Clark was in Tuc
son recently L M. Jacobs turned over
to him the surplus: fund collected from
the bondsmen of A. J. Kitter for di
tnbution. Mr. Clark has apportioned
the money and the bondsmen can call
and get their cash.
The ranges in the vicinity of the
San Jose mounl3ns, in Sonora, aro
paid to be fine, and the winter feed
will be good and plentiful. Several
mining claims are being prospected
in the mountains, with good indications.
The first on the programme was the
bicycle race of half mile heat, be-t
two in three which hail three contest
ant, Mei'sr-. sartle, Uice and Itobin
son. The race was won by Sartle, he
taking two traight heats in 1 :10 and
1 ..12. Hice second in both henf; Mr.
Robiiou was sick and did not race in
the second heat.
Afier the bicycle race, the horse
racing began with a running dash of a
half mile. 1 here were six entries.
The race vvn won by Xewt Clanton,
in ")' seconds with Pima half a length
Then followed the stallion trotting
race, mile heats, thrpe in five, Adrisn,
Index Jr. and Pacific were the entries.
Index Jr. won the race in three heats
in 2:47, 2 -Ait, 2-15, with Adrian sec
ond in the first and third heats.
The last race of the day w.m the J
U.MTI.P STATIC 1 AND OF1CR, )
Tucson, Arizona, s.pteii Lcr 2o. 1&S.9. J
Notio-is hex, ity goci it mi m uruancc 01
i-liai-ter six tivls Ih.uv tvo, rf ilir kevuil
Mitutss of ihe Ciutxl tat s. W I'. oflk,
shosc to tortice a io-s la Inubstunc Co
ciase coantjr, -oi 11. ct nnfc the L01 gMlow
111 nt-f or u in , muwiit. u trtr u gtd oriutr
roh 1 ii.eii), Ijiu, a'iu U 1 g x.uaird wiilua
t'i I uiiiIki ne Vitltltii; I i trn.1 t, unl) 01 I o-
1- 0 er norj Vj ij, . l Nui to
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11 a iw 1 eicn iti .
Ihr irfi i.u pl.t 4' il h - t
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v'uvh rt 1 ctts tl tine
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t ommeiiiiiiK nt ihc intifl uior ntert, sa
hc cs t r o il.nn. a j4 into o t m .ifcul I It
j tig e Ivw M C No 1, r in w 1 i L s VI f
vo 2 Imn S 51 ai t. 209s n . 1 i-M biiiio
N Q" n E 455 (1 to a 4 1 i,i.i n i- u L A
'. N j 2; Uicikc & 1, 50 i r j . it 1 4 ci
cl 111 nkcd I.MCNk 3; . hi. e,' 1 a SV
S90 ft to a 4 imh pcs.1 u u. 1 it C No 4;
l ere- .X 9 ;o V 3X3 5 ll t- v 4 l.h gt
nurled I. t C No 5. "th n- N 75' 41 r 865 ft
to a 4 inch post marked LMI o O -h nee S
o 50' h 261 7 It to a 4-inch p t m ,ti dLMC
Vo 2. and place of ljirn.iig s-iy of ex.enor
1 nes. t cnuinicf; 6 70 acrfs.
Thesd mining claim bein of record in the
office of tht recorner of C ehi- tiun.i Aruona
Irrutoo at Tombstone, 111 ll,e cuui) and
Iermory aforesaid, and pre-,unied girenl
jjurse or direction of the said I. ,rgf 1-vw vem,
!ode or minrral deposit belli sho r nion the
plat and posted )ieietth, as c-ir . 3 can Le d
Imiiired from present deeo,iMrnis Ibis
cLtim is for eight hundred and sixtv-iive linear
ltt thereof, together with surface ground
shown upon tie official pUt p sled
herewith, the said vein lode or nunirg
prrmiscs hereby sought to t,e p itentod
being bounded as follow to-wi: L'pon
the soath b) the Knoxwlic M ( .ot No 121, and
Un the northueat b) the Lucknow M C
No ;o the said, him being des gnau-d as Lot
No 2c8 in the official plat posted te-enuh And
an) and all persons ckumirg adveriely Ihe
mining ground, vein, lode, premise or any
portion thereof, so desenbed, serve)td platted
inil appl ed for, are hereb not fied that unless
their adersc claim-; arc duly tiled according to
law and the regulations trereucder. within thQ
time prescribed by law with tht R gisterof ihe
L . I-ind Office at Tucson. Ariiona, they
will be barred in virtue of ihe prot isions of said
And it 15 hereby ordered that this notice
be pub'ish'-d for ten '10) cor-ecuiMC weeks
in ihe Tombstone Daily Epitaph a news
paper published at Tombstone ochit county,
Tern-ory of Anzona
Dated this 20th day of -eteniber 1880.
MERBr.KT BROWN. ReR-st-r.
Of Robert Alma Evans; 25 j cars old
when list heard from was in Tomb-1
tone, Arizona. Any information as I
to hie wherabout, whether dead or ,
alive, will be a comfort to his mother,
brother and eiterg.
John E. EvA.se,
In care of H. Dinwoody, 37 to 43 W.
First South street, Salt Lake City,
Thi old time and popular restaurant
till iiiniiitain its position as a favor
te place for our citizens to regale
them-e) es on all the table delicacies,
which ire prepared in a toothsome
manner and served by polite and at
tentive waiters. Thi restaurant makes
a socially of broiled Mcak and cut
Ii'U, and imports coffee of extra qual
ity, tint leilig able to furnish the btt
cup of cotfeo obtainable in the citv
Fresh ti.ih every day, and an eh gam
chicken dinner evcrv Sunday.
Parent" should be careful that their
children do not contract colds during
the fall or early -winter month. Such
colds weakens the lung and air pass
ages, making the child much more
likely to contract other colds during
the winter. It is this succession of
colds that causes catarrh and bron
chitis or paves th way for consump
tion. Should a cold be contracted,
loose no time but cure it as quickly na
possible. A fifty cent bottle of Cham
berlain's Cough Kemedy will cure any
cold in a few days and leave tho re--piratory
organs, strong and healthy
For bale by H. J. Peto.
A Hale Old Man
A hale old man, Mr. Ja. Wil-on of
Allen pring, III., who is over eixtv
years of age, savi: "I have in my time
tried a great many medicines, some of
excellent quality; but never before
did I find any that would so com
pletely do all that is claimed for it as
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diirrhea Kemedy. It is truly a won
derful mediciue." For sale by H. J.
flirris. the Tailor.
And practical cutter. Xobby suite
and pants ft specialty.
.iy mil is ,iinl, iiiv ttulfi is just,
I use you well, but ask no lru9t.
Allen street. Tombstone, Arizona.
Dr. Frank Haynes, formerly of this
city but now of Los Angeles, was re-(2:.j0 cla- trotting stake, mile heats,
Latest periodicals at Monmonier's.'
cently thrown from his horse and
suffered a dislocation of his shoulder.
His brother reeides in this city.
Win. C. Staehle informs our readers
this morning that he is now prepared
to promptly attend to any legal busi
ness entrusted to his care. See notice
in this issue.
Stationery, paints, oils, etc., at Mon
Pictures, picture frames, mouldings
and artist' materials at Monmonier's.
Freah buttermilk at the Can Can.
best three in Cive. There were three
horses entered, Smoky, Harry I)., and
Hrry D time 2 -I-";, the second and
third heal by Smoky in 2:o5Jand
2:52. Owing to the darkness the con
clusion of the race was postponed ' reAx fish and fresh oysters every
,..;i ..u.. . i v.iMr ! ,,a at thc Mai8n Dore-
Ulltll W J fc -. V vivvot
The Can Can restaurant has the
The first heat was won by j finest varieties of fih fresk every day.
Freeh oyster at the Can Can 1 very
ALIEN STREET, OPPOSITE 0. K. CORRAL.
FRA11Y& Co,. Managers.
lhf larsre t ard finr-t t ck ot I ndtrUkine
o-din ruorn. t tt pt ' to do ill
.o V. n iur ' ne in ah t c1 nnr-r ALL
OUR UO. i: GUARvMfcLU
Or teniXranI prev.rv-i at a trifling
expense for shipment.
Satisfaction Given in All Respects.
Orders left at the O. K. Stable
will receive prompt attention.
1LLE5 WALkEK. UJEB.IL DIKEaOR.
WM. C STAEHLE,
Stevenson A. Walker are thc author
1 ucd agents for Louisiana lottery tick-
ATT RMEV avd COUNSELOT AT ets in this city. By investing $1 you
Liw. Offiie Mien street, bteen Fourth ... , . .,
nd Fifib, Tombstone. Aruoru. I hav chanc of wnuung ft fortune.u
With L. E. Page, is now re-Jy to do ail Winds
,. .n.U n.'..M.w n US ,nl. U rwV.
pcciiliy also ot
Sign & House Painting.
Paper Hanging Xcatlj Done.
SHOP COMER OF THIRD AD TOIGIUCT.
LEOX L1RR1EC, Proprietor-
First Class Hotel in Every Respect.
Barroom sujtptird with
Choice Foreign and Domestic Liquors.
Livery Stable in Connection.