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TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5. 1889.
TOMBSTONE DAILY EPITAPH!
Vdvenun,; tales. rud- Known at this otfcce.
Tlie t'ostoifice is o'cn for general Jdalivety
cm 3 a, nu to 6 p. m.
V!,a--y .rd--r D?ptrtinent open from 8 a. ru.
r ni , . i V'-i tt i: ai, d'-prt, )
l!4v im iuns G.k n . 4rTo,-6 u-'ni.
i z i. a -rrJ5 iard.
i , , -" ' unk -4 yi u (
' i,. i Hi - 2 30 p. ni.
1 " n v.
'1- U.LI VMS,
I O. O. F. in niuht.
mhv fell :il BiUi Sunday night.
The tlmrin mil' it .1 Yongc's druji
store rvi-:o-il ." deg. ve-terday.
Kni' ing cot Inn ami yarn at Sydow
Kif.V. SI '
J n'lib Friedman has returned from,
K tjt'ttf Kirk arrived from Sonora ! 'ucrrasiug,
Sun Uv miii! rfii n ii yesterday.
A. . F. Kail.
The ball gien by the Forsten lust
evening wai a brilliant affair and the
hall was crowded. The occasion was
the fourth anuiversary of the order in
thi city. Thit society isiHiiet and un
demonstrative but when itt members
attempt a pleutnt event they slwavs
make a charming success. One end
of tlie hall last evening was occupied
by a row of tables on which were
spread everything good to eat and
drink. During the evening liquid te
freshments were served and evervone
too especial pains to make guests
welcome and comfortable. WitiigV
full band furnialied the nitiric. After
flipper dancing continued 11U1.1t iu
At the last comentiim i.i Mi .1 .;
oli thi order in Vidl-ici iiin!i (
from the pircnl oriniz.ition in Kn:
hmd and it- now known at the A. U. 1'
if America with a buprt'ine CiniiK
Lodge at Chicago. Tlie member-liii
in the United Slaieh is aUiut (l,tX. j
and tlie order is in a tluuri'liing 11m 1
dition. It h.is an endowment fiimi :
trhich ic rated as high is tlie lending
insurance companies. The member
hip in this city i about fifty and i
m 1HK VFMVkT or 7
GOVERNOR WCLFLEV I
kO OTf J , t
Who, in ur..er ti
ioM ih' ir fti ev.de
catci! ihc will t-
I pOlplc, plL.i gi I Uli
illair nt the term
rv into i a t .1 a
nUiR'.i ainl t ili Q
Tlir Tronijttivtti kt At Burd ef Stfrtwn
f Cwk'ue Caintt.
Toyu-ToxE, Kovember 4, 1889.
Hoard met pursuant to adjournment,
l'reseut U. S. Cofiman, chairman ;
Joliu .Montgomery, member. T. J
ilitiute-i of previous maeting reul
The following bills were allowed and
warrants ordered drawn:
J. Yonge, drugs $100
L. Graf, blacksmith work 24 50
A. I.. ISiooki, dtage hire for in
digent sick 3 00
J. P. Johnston, road work for
the year up to date 19 00
" A'Bfe'the Bibs
If oatherrigbtJwle;ayd lower part of
the' diaphragm, 'though playfully
meant and 'delivered, is calculated to
evoke profanity from a chappy whose
liver is oufoforderV, When that re
gion ia'sbfe. and coiigexted, poke
ieem fiendish; iLxk.ut a man's coun
tenance ere yo prtnl him under the
rib. If his akin ami eyeballs have a
sallow tinge, yon may infer also that
his tongue is urrei"hi breath apt to
l sour, that he has' pains not only be
neath his ribs, but also under the
right ahoulderblade. Also, that his
)owels are irregular, and his digestion
impaired. Instead of making a jocose
demonstration on his rib, recommend
him to take, and itteadily persist in
taking, Hosteller'; Stomach Bitters,
the finest anlibilioUa and alterative
medicine nmft'L IncofrrriHruliln i it
Mr,. ?ift. indigent .... 15 Wj' ..,'.'.-.' ..',.
case-", t j cvioint f uniiioiU UCfY'
It tipiK'aring to the satisfaction of ousness, kidney trouble, and fever and
A.m i. hit 1'iiiN.Ai .r 5 B the lo.ird that in consequence of trrors
I; 1 in addition on the original etatement
TrlEOriLD.S TO t-!: HCjV,.iTS.'
The wife of A. .). Bean is seriously
ill of pneumonia.
We return thanks to lion. Mark
Smith for copie of con-ular retort.
A nice lot of l.idio' under vests just
receiveii at i-vdow t Kieke'. 31
Arthur Wight will return to Clifton
to-day. Hi- father i much Letter.
Mr-. T. U Shamp left yenterday for
her home in Napa valley, California,
Curtain poles complete for 50 cents
at sydow Jfc Kieke's. SI
The venison exhibited at the Can
Can yesterday was very tempting. It
will be served to-dav.
A. P. Wade hat been appoinled
agent of tlie Contentment Mininj
The thermometer took a bath in ice
water la-t night. Well, its pretty
lucky to be able to do ttiat.
The ba"e ball game which was to
have been played last Sunday didn't
come off. The silver cup is yet on ex
hibition and is much admi ed.
The Catholic priest of Tombstone
will Ix- in Xogale- on Xovemler Cth,
7th. bill, and service" will beheld on
OM. Imirv-lieaded Winter is becom
ing .men ive to Mi. Autumn in a
maoinT 'h; i-. -n- the least, very
riv'vIIM"- Ti- ''I tllllK.
.Su'io ft 1 c v 1. .r tre th-; author
iii-l ittreiti-. fo- I'iii-iatu lottery tick
et" 111 ilii- .-i'v Hi inetitig fl you
li.in- . .-fi.iii.-e .. ivimiini; a forlnne.lf
Wm M .unier re timed from his
:i i 'ii oh Hu.'.rhnras laatjcwn
i i. If-i- n tell imirovc.l by his
:rft mi I will re: urn to bis duties this
nto i ij. with a zest not known for
111 ni arM
N iin when parlor chairs
r.- ii-ftluotiK ilurinc the
r.u . -1 i ! HiilfiVienl, and the
(it -- it ik the more comfortable it
beri'iir-. Anyhow, that is what our
f M-iet- reporter says, and he ougbt-to
The following slf-eiplaatory tele
grams were sent and received on Sun
TosjwroiE, Xor. 3.
To Governor Corral, llermosillo, 80
noru: Eight Apaehe priwners mur
dered the Sherifl" and deputy between
(Jlobe and Florwic. It is supposed
thsy are beading for Seaera.
To this Mr. Came, received the fol
Heemoi-illo, Nov. f.
To Leonardo Game;, Tombstone, A.
T.: Heceived yur menage yeetrday.
Thanks for the news. Hare already
notified the officers along the line.
It tried to rain yesterday, but when
the drops got near enough to the
earth to get a sight of the constitu
tional convention which was, is not
now, but shall be. they froze solid, at
if to pelt those who opposed the move
ment to give ua the right of fret
born American citizens. Iu other
words a small shower of hail fell yes
terday. From Adam Berg, who came in lrom
Lower Sulphur Spring valley last
evening, we learn that E. Storm had
his ankle xprained by his hore fulling
upon him. The injury is not Mirious
Sheriff Slaughter sent two deputies
to Skeleton Canon last Sunday to trail
In In. nti'Bj.
Tuvn -ii)t, Ariz 'iia, Nov. I. lbSO.
To thr Ojfn tn utiff VttrJuntnf llis-
itii'tnn Cii A. . "f .rhm. I'u
triulSf Ortbr .v"i of .1 Msrint
At a meeting of thi-i Camp, held on
the M of Novrmlwr, 1 -S-fci. the follow
ing pre.imble and te-nlntron- were
tiuatiimou-ly adopie.! -
W'l, l'vl . It link ut.ititn.1 111.. ITnul '
Uulor of the universe to remove from
our midt our late Itrother, .-tonewall
Jackson Howell, a member of this
Whkw:-, It is but a juit tribut"'
that titling recognition of his minv
good tMlilie and virtue- lotild he
Ii.wi ; therefore, be it
Hfiolcetl. That in his death thii
Camp Iia.- lo;t a good a.id true mem
ber and his family a devoted son and
brother. But while death has made
vacant a place so worthily filled as a
niemler of our Order and h.i- brought
sadness and sorrow- to hii- family, we
rejoice 'in the thought that he has
taken his place in the great Camp
H'rokfii, TI1.1t the heartfelt sym
pathy of this Camp be extended to his
family in their atliictioti.
limithtd, That these resolutions be
spread upon the record, of this Camp
and a copy thereof be transmitted to
A. 1$. Stanjgf.u,
A. L. Gkovv,
W. I). MoNv:o.-iEr.,
as given to the Assessor by Mrs.
Martha V.. Swain, the said statement
was copied into the assessment roll as
amounting in value to $470 instead of
3U."l. the correct amount us actually
given to the Ase-sor, therefore it is
hert'bv ordered that the Tax Collector
It? and i hereby instructed to correct
aid asc-iiicnt on the tax roll, by
changing the same from $470 to f IW.V
Ordered by the Board that the Slier
ill Im atithoricd to offer a leward of
live hundred dollars fr the apprehen
sion and evidence that will lead to th
conviction of each and every person
j engaged in the murder of Judeon
White, which took place at Skeleton
Canon, on or about the tnenty-eeventh
day of OetolxT 1SS9.
Ordered that warrant No. 1792, for
f 15, for aid of indigent person, be can
celled, and the order of the Board
making -uch appropriation is hereby
Board adjourned to Tuesday at
B. S. CofTMAV,
"Chairman of Board of Supervisors.
Clerk of Board of Supervisor!.
Alimtion. Windmill 31m !
Parties dc-iring to purchase wind
mills will do well to investigate the
meri'6 of the Aermotor, which is the
latest improved, showing an incrc-w
of jHiwer of 3-1 per cent. A 12-foot
wheel is guaranteed to do m ninth
A Hale Oid Man.
A hale old man, Mr. Jas. Wilson of
Aliens Springs, 111., who is over sixty
years of age, says: "I have in my timo
tried a great many medicines, Home of
excellent quality; hut nover before
did I lind any that would so oom
plrrely do all that is claimed for it as
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhea Bcmedy. It is truly a won
derful medicine." For sale by II. J.
Do you want to be happy, healthy,
wealthy and wise? Drop into the
Pony :?:doon and ask Henry for some
f thai fine old hand made So sh
In the Justice Court of -precinct No. One,
county of Cochise, Territory of Arizona.
Before Joha-C KaMon, a-Justice of the
Pence. . f .
Otto Sletchke, plaintiff, vs. II. R Mix-on.
defendant. Action for debt; complaint filed
in my oScc and summon? issuer.
The Territory of Arizona sends greeting:
To II. B. Mnan, defendant Vou are here-
j by sumnsoced ariif required to'apptar at my
oa.ee, in I leaflet rvo. One, count of Cochue,
Territory of Arizona, to anvuer the complaint
of plaintiff, now on fitelniy office, within
five days, should this summons be sered upon
you in this precinct; if sened tipon )ou with
out thii precinct, but within this county, ten
dajs; otherwise within twenty days (exclusive
of the day of service) from the day this sum
mons it served upon yon.
Thi, action is brought to recover a judgment
against you for the sum of $74.23 for work
and services performed for you at jour re
quest, as alleged in plaintiffs complaint now
on file in my office, to which you are referred
for farther particulars, and costs of suit: and
you are hereby notified that, should )uu fail to
appear and answer within the time stated ia
this summons the plaintiff will apply to the
court for a judgment against, you for said de
mand and all cosU.
Given under my hand at-my office in said
precinct this 28th day of October. 1SS9.
John C. Easton,
030-3 Jostic of the Peace.
By virtue ! an execntien iasned out ef las
tice (oka C Bastoof Court, ef Pri-anet No. 1.
county f 1 ochi. Tferntory of Anra, dated
the tad day af October.' 83a, jn a certain ac
tion ua rein Amelia Tuqurt. as plaintiff, recov
ered judgment against Frank Frary, defendant,
for One Hundred and Eight dollars drbt, and
Fourteen and 41-100 'dlUr-. costs f suit, on
the :ist d-ir of octolsrr. 1889 I have levied
upon the following described proprty, to-wit.
First, on a certain mining location rr claim in
the Tombstone Mining district known as the
Blue Mineral mine, situated about two mi'es
south of Tombstone; second, on eleven sacks of
ore at the mine; third, oa-said Frank Frary's
interest in the partnership or association knows
as the Undertakers' Association of the citv of
Notice hereby eiven that on Wednesday.
the 13th day of November, ;88o. at 12 o'clock
M. et that day, in front of the Court House in
the city of Tombstone, county of Cochise, I
will sell all the nnht. title and Interest of Frank
Frary in and to the above 'described property, at
public auction, lor vavh in' hand, to the hi'ben
and best bidder, to satlsfy.said exe-ution and
Dated at Tombstone rhe sad day ot October,
139. S. T. CARR. Constable.
Uombon Whi.-ky and Will and Hills'
and capture the murderer or imir- ' .,., ., . ;,. ariiiii of 'a. He al-o has on hand
derers of Judson White. ! the mark' t. In all re-pect- it repre- Hermitage Bourbon, J. H. McBraycr
- 1 . r ' 1 lt,.nrlMiri lft?i?i" MTifl Olit.nntii;mr
-ni" tin .ate-'t mipnivemeiiis 01 in- -'- " it.' - w..w.
ven-.ive s.i.l. For further information 1!.v' M Pure' ""ight old goods; to-
.iimJ nreul.rs address Hon-. ; getlier with all kinds of imported
Of '1 ucon. Brandies. Wines, Ales and Porters of
Parents should be careful '! r :!Mir
children do not contract m, is iiin ig
the fall orearlv win'er mon,i. .-"..i-h 1
colds weaken lb- i ng- an-i air a"K- j
ages, making she cnild imu-li more
I IU 10, rucsiMi, Arizona. 9 -ilitf
likely to contract other colds during
the winter. It is thi i"urcesioii of
colds that 1 auses catarrh and bron
chilis or paviv the way for coiisimip '
tion. Should a cold he contract!-', sione.
lose no time but cure it as ipiickly as to bis whenibontsi, whether d-nd or
possible. A fifty cent bottle of Cham-! alilCi wilj hu ;l jHf.t t his mother, tf
berlain Cough Remedy w,ll cure any bn)(her
cold in a few days and leave ttie re
Of Kolert Alma Kvan; 25 vears old ;
I wiien last (leant irwo wa-1 111 lumi)-
Arizona. Anv information as
th mopt celebrated brands. His Cali
lornia Biandy cannot be surpassed
anywhere. All kinds of fancy mixed
drinks a specialty; the Carman Key
West Clear cannot 1 beat, for the
iii'Miiy, in any place. St. Louis An-heu.-or
Biisch Lager Beer, ice cold, on
draught. Call and be convinced.
Henry Cami-blll, Proprietor.
spiratory organs strong and healthy
For sale bv H J. Peto.
The Board of Supervisors of this
county has offered a reward of $500
for the apprehension and evidence that
will lead to the conviction of the mur
derers of Judaon Whit. Xbif. k
Swinton'n indellib'.e marker, for
clothing and all other fabrics, is for
sale at Monmonier'a.
Freah oysters at the Can Can i very
The rery fineat coffee at the Maison
KesVit's poultry powder and Forrest
elaotesaamfaTcttckaas. For sale at
This old time and popular restaurant
."till maintains its position as a favor
to place for our citizens to regale
! tlieme)-es on all the table delicacies,
.. 1 w hich are .prepared in a toottisome
Ocr Irtisf. manner and served by polite and at-
Thomas Delaney will enlarge pho-"! untivo waiters. This restaurant makes
John E. Evaxs,
In care of II. Dinwoody, S7 to -13 W.
First South street, Salt Lake City,
tographs, do sketches and sign taint
ing at reasonable rates. Leave orders
at the Daily ErrTArir office
a "pecialty of broiled steaks and cut
lets, and imports coffee of extra qual
ity, thus being able to furnish the best
cup of coffee obtainable in the city.
Fresh firh every day, and an elegant
By virtue of an execution issu'd out of Justice
lohn C Eaton's Court of No. 1 Precinct.
county of Cochise. Territory of Anaona. dated
1 if 22a clay 01 October, isS9,.in a certain action
herein Amelia Tnquet. as pUinuff, rf covered
jut;ment again: Thomas Frary, defendant, for
ineiy-mne uouars -leDt.-.ana rouueen ana
40-100 dollars, costs f sruL,'oa the atst day of
Octolr, i88, I have levied uoon the following
described property, to-wit: Firvt. on a certain
mining location er cLim in the Tombstone Mm
ins dts.net known as Blue Mineral mine, -itu-
ated about two miles s uth ot Tombstone, sec
ond, on eleven sack of ore at the mine; ikiril.
oi said Thomas Frary' interest, in the partGU
ship or associntion known as the Xlndcrtakers
Asvoauon of the City of Toinn4one.
rvouce rs nerrDy gives mat on weonesaay.
the ijth day of Nov mb,r. 1189 at, no clock M.
f thai day, in frout o. the Court House in the.
city of Tombstone crusty of .Cochise. I will
U all the right title and interest of Thomas
Frary in and to the above-decrihed propeityai
public auction, for cash ia hand, to the highest
and best bidder, to satisfy said -execution and
Dated at Tombstone the 23d day of October,
1889. S. T. CARR. ConsuMe
The Can Can restaurant has the .- ",.. oj--.
. , , chicken dinner every ounaay,
finest varieties of fish fresl every day.
'to to Wolcott's for cood goods at
the lowest prices.
If you want to get fresh telegraphic
(no grapevine) news, nasi tae JEminc.
mien rmn, eppastn o. k. cwrju.
The largest and .finest stock erf Undertaking
Oonds in Arizona, We are prepared to do all
work in our line in a first class manner. ALL
OUR WORK GUARANTEED,
Or temporarily preserved it a trttag
expense for shipment.
Satisfaction Gmn in ill Reports.
gTOrdtn left at.Uwib. K. taWs
will receive prompt.svt-tes&oa.
mn wiLm, mq wrm.
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