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TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7. 1889.
TOMBSTONE DAILY EPITAPH
Umusla; tales nude known at this office.
The Posiofnce is open for general ddirery
on 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Mi. toy order Department open from 8 a. ra.
rro-n East nd West at ta m., departs 3
Bisbee mail depans 5a. ra ; ames 6 p. ra.
A., k 3 B R. BTIKE CARD.
isbee. 7 a-1 a m. Fairbank. 0.30 a. m.
Fvirrnnic, 13 mona. Bisb-e a. 30 p. m.
Duly, except SuaJay.
Thermometer 55 at Yonge's drug
Chiped beef, 20 cents per pound, at
Sydow it rvieke'b. 7
A. O. U. W. to night grand ban
If vou want the services of a first
class glazier call on Monmonier.
Thorna Allien is improving aud
will soon be up Icmi.
Jut receive-d, .1 freh lot of cran
berry auce, at Sdow A Kicker's. 7
Cil v Council meets to-morrow night.
Gei your bills ready and preeertt Uiern
to tile clerk.
You want f nice steak coofced to
your especial order, don't you? Go io
the Maion Dore and get it.
Fresh roated Arizona peanuts are
a novelty, jet we had the. pleasure of
eating eme yesterday that wero b
line as any grown in the Southern
Next Sunday, Xov ember 10th, thero
will be Catholic set rices held in Bit
bee at 9 o'clock a. m. and every second
Sunday of the month at tLe same,
Another divorce suit was filed in the
district court vesterday. Hattie B.
Harris wants the court to free her
from her husband because he won't
Ben Cook returned yesterday from. I
a tnp east. He visited his old home,
near Boston, and took in the lights of
all the large cities, returning by way
of California. His trip was very pleas
ant, but he was pleased to get back to
A Mexican acrobatic company will
give a performance at the skating
rink next Sunday evening. They are
from Mexico and are recommended m
llrgt class performers. They will prob
ably repeat the entertainment Monday
Dan Kos came in from his mill, iu
the Cliiricahua mountains, Tuesday
night. He report lots of snow sad
cold weather 11! the mill, ihe snow fall
ing about ten imh-rf a few nights ago.
The mill is running steadily and is
supplving Turuuois district with all
nece-sary lumber. There is plenty of
game in the Chiricahuas and the wild
turkeys are comparatively tame. Mr.
Ro will return to-day.
It is probable that the Grand Lotjf
of the Masons will meet at Tacsoa tm
the 12th instant, and not at Globo, as
heretofore announced, on aceoint of
the difficulty of reaching Globo and
the distance from other parts of the
Territory. The main object of the
meeting will be to form a Graa4 Chap
ter for this Territorr. If Taeaam ia
decided npom the -nart.ac wit W wail I
Tie ftatsictieM tot Kurt f Sipmiwi
f Cotiia? CiHtT.
Tombstone, November 5, 18S9.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
Present B. 3. Coflman, chairman;
John Montgomery member. T. J.
Minutes of previous meeting read
The claim of S. Tribolct for supply
of meat to hospital, was allowed and
warrant ordered drawn tor $36.95.
The report of A- II. Wein, overseer
f the Willeox road district, was ex
amined and found correct.
The resignation of A. Hf Wein as
overseer for the Willeox road district,
Ordered that the Chairman procure
a book of blank warrants.
Ordered that the following described
roads in Cochise county. Arizona Ter
ritory, be aud the same are hereby
designated and declared to be public
roads and highwavs i.i the places they
are now made and used respectively,
and such space on each side of said
roads, respectively as may be necessary
for public use and convenience, and it
i further ordered that this order and
the following descriptions of roads bo
recorded iu the oriice of the County
.Recorder of Cochise County.
From the Sonora line on San Pedro
river; thence northerly along the
river to Charleston ; thence to Fair
banks, Contention, St. Davids, Benson,
Tres Alamev, and thence to the
Pima county line below Gon
zales' ranch, including the roads
now in public use upon both
sidee of the river, with all bridges,
fords and crossings.
From Ochoaville to Bisbee via Mule
From Ochoaville to Ash Cnnoa.
From Hereford to Bisbee via Mule
From Charleston to Montezuma
Cstnon and to summit.
From Charleston to Ash Canon and
From Charleston to Miller and
Carr's canons, by the Huachuca
Water Co's. reservoirs and to summit.
From Charleston to Ramsey's canon
and to summit.
From Charleston to Tanner's canon,
to the U. S. military reservation.
From Charleston to Huachuca Sid
ing and Igo's ranch.
From Charleston to and up the Ba
baoomari, including all crossings of
the Babacomari, to the Pima county
h So much of the road making the
entire circle of the Huachuca moun
tains as is within the boundaries of
I the county of Cochise and branches
leading from it.
From Fairbanks up the Babacomari
ereek to Old Camp Wallen, including
the roods upon both sides and all
From Fairbanks to Banning's sta
tioa via Haaselgren's ranch.
From Contention westerly to Kin-
I wear's ranch.
From Trea Alamos westerly to the
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du-vy UBC.r ...v k-
Bouatains, (being the old government
.., vu KJ.ukv,.
From ear the 5. E cor. sec 36, T.
13, S.R. 19 E; thence easterly to
Hooker's Hot 8prings; thence from
Hooker's Hot Springs southeasterly to
the stage road from Trea Alamos to
the poiat of mooataia.
From Willeox aertkerly to county
line.. (Camp Graat read.)
Fixim Willeox to cetinty line via
Steel's raaeh toward Hooker's ranch.
Freat Witless e Fort Bowie via
via Sulphur Spring, Overlook's, Tav
lor's aud Sh.tttuck's ranches.
From Willeox to Pinery Canon to
From the west boundary of Cochise,
county. Sec. G, T. 17, S.R. 19 E ; thence
easterly through Benson, Dragoon
Summit, Cochise, Willeox, Howie, San
Simon, to the county line at Stein's
Pass, near the Southern Pacific R. K.
From Tombstone to Fairbanks.
From Tombstone to Contention.
From Tombstone to St. Davids.
From Tombstone to Dragoon Sum
mit, via Kansas Cattle Co. ranch.
From Tombstone to Sulphur Spring
via South Pass and Hudson's ranch.
From Tombstone to Camp Ruckcr
via Soldiers Holes aud Power's r inch.
From Tombstone to San Bernardino
ranch, via Abbotts, Mud Springs nnd
From Tombstone to Banning'- sta
tion via San Diego Smelter.
From 1'onuVtone to Banning' sta
tion via Clarksburg.
From Tombstone to Lent Spring-.
From Tombstone to Charleston.
From Bowie Station to Camp Bowie.
From San Simon Station to r-'nn
From San Simon Station to Camp
From San Simon Station to Old
From San Simon Station to fJij
leyville. From Camp Bowie around X. K.
slope Chiricahua mountains to (Ivy
ley v ille.
From Camp Bowie to Power's ranch
via El Dorado ranch.
From Bisbee to Tavlor' rnneli,
Sulphur Spring valley.
From Bisbee to Downing'-, canon via
Forest's and Soldiers Hole.
Board adjourned to Monday Decem
ber 2, at 2 p 111.
B. S. CotrMAV,
Chairman of Board of Supervisors.
Clerk of Board of Supervisors.
The following were filed in the
County Recorder's ofhee vesterd iy :
Thomas Mitchell to W. K. Meade,
all interest in the Aztec House; $250.
Dated November 2.
A Grand Banqntt
Will be given by Charity Legion No.
3, Select Knights, A. O. U. W to
Tombstone Lodge No. 3, A. O. U. W
to-night at their hall. All member
arp cordially inuted. It
Hox. Thomas Klkd, of Maine, is a
prominent candidate for Sjieaker of
the House, but as he i a gold bug the
silver men will probably see to it that
this particular Reed will not swing
the gavel in the Fifty-first Congress.
Stevenson fc Walker are the author
fred agents for Louisiana lottery tick
ets in this city. By investing $1 von
have a chance of winning a fortune.tf
IlltntivB, Windmill flea !
Parties desiring to purchase wind-
mills will do well to investigate the
meri(8 0 theAcrrnotor, which is the
,ategt :rnprotedf lowing an increase
of power of 33 per cent. A 12-foot
wheel is guaranteed to Ao us much
work as any 16-foot wooden wheel in
the market. In all respects it repre
sents the latest improvements of in
ventiv e skill. For further information
and circulars address Hoff,
Box 120, Tucson, Arizona. 1 26tf
Pictures, picture frames, mouldings
and artists' materials at MonmonierV.
Stationery, paints, oils, etc, at Mon
The Can Can restaurant has the
' tiaart TarioUeo of fiah frost evory day.
fjptnre of Vtrditr's Jlordrrer.
C B. Oenung, who captured Andres
Lopez, the murderer of PetT Verdicr,
was in Pre-eott jesterday afternoon,
as was Genung's joung friend, Felipe
Garcia, who rendered valuable assist
ance in the capture of the scoundrelly
Indian. Genung first came on to Lo
pez as he (I.opez) was standing at the
mouth of a long tunnel in a placer
mining claim. Genuug tul.cd some
to him, when the Indian turned and
ran into the tunnel, which wu 170 or
200 feet in length. Afttr having sati--lied
himself that there was but out
opening to the ttruiel, the work of
stopping it up was commenced and
was well under way when the niur-
dorer came running out and leveled a
shotgun at Gtiuing, who was, however,
too uie!v for him. Lopez, the mur
derer, is now said to be an Indian of
the Opatah tribe. In a recent confes
sion he is reportc' as htving said that
he was as-Ntid in his uiurdLious job
by a white man, who, he cl lims, cut
the murdered man's throat. Prcscott
Is Thrrr an I udisroTtrfd Kcpt'tlr 1
Sd ne of the natives of Arizona havo
a great aversion for the toad, which
amphibian thev know as "el sapo"
They stato tint its saliva is poi-onous
to an extreme degree, and does not
hue to enter an abr.i-ion to prove fa
t.il, but that it enetrates the skin.
The writer has heard them earnestly
relate incidents cl timed to have ome
within their own observation regard
ing the venomous malities of the
"sapo." 'I hey agree in saving that
what appeared to be a toad, when im
prisoned with either a tarantula, cen
tipede or scorpion, would invariably
kill the latter bv means of its salia,
and without inflicting a sting or bite,
or sustaining any injury itself. There
should cert tinly be some grounds for
so strong a claim, even though not
shired by all. Po-siblv there is jet
another reptile in Arizont undiscov
ered to science, bearing a clo-e resem
blance to the domestic creature. Or
perchance the Arizona toad, like our
other Territorial pets, is abnormally
endowed with defensive parapherna
lia. Florence Scientific Companion.
Thomas Delaney will enlarge pho
tographs, do sketches and sign paint
ing at rca-onable rates. I-eave orders
at the Daily EriTArn office.
k Ilale Old Man
A hale old man, Mr Jas. Wil-ou of
Allen Springs HI , who is over sixty
years of ge, says
I have in my time
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u.e,,;. k.c.1 ... ...j ..i.uu.ucs, r.m.u.
excellent ejuality; but never before
,i;,l I fi,1 v rl.n. Tin..!.! ,m.
pleiclv do all that is claimed for it as
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhea Remedy. It is truly a won
dt rful medicine." For sale by II. J.
f to Wolcott's tor good goods ai
thi lowest pru es
Thanksgiving Evening, Novemter 23,
Ioor open at 7:30.
Grand March at 930.
Dane! 1 R at 10.30.
p Siatinj Every Monday, Thnrs-
Iday and Fndij Evenings.
A Dig in;the Rite
If on the right "side and lower part of
the ' diaphragm, though plaj fully
meant and delivered, is calculated to
evoke profanity "from a chappy whose
liver is out, .of order. When that re
gion is sore and congested, pokes
seem fiendish.. Look t a man's coun
tenance erejou pr6tl him under the
ribs. If his skin and ejeballs have a
sallow tinge, you. may infer also that
his tongue is furred,"his breath apt to
le soun that 4ie.hiw pains not only be
neath his ribs, but also under the
right i-honl Jt rbbide. Also, that his
iMiw'els are'irr" pillar 11 ml his digestion
impaired. InVle.icf of making a jocoso
demonstration on .his ribs, recommend
him to take, and. steadily persist in
taking, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters,
the finest anti-bilious and alterative
medicine extant. "Incomparable is it,
also, for dyspepsia, 'rheumatism, nerv
ousness, kidney trouble, and fever and
ague. ,i ,',
In the Justice Court of precinct No. One,
county of Cochise, Territory of Arizona.
lteforc John C. Eatcm, a Justice of the
Otto Metchke, plaintiff,-vs. II. 1!. Maxson.
deftndant. Action for debt; complaint filed
in m) orbec and summons fued.
The Termor) of Arizona sends greeting:
Toll. IS Maxson, defendant Vou are here
!) summoned and required to appear at my
office, in Precinct No. One, count) of Cochise.
Temtor) of Arizona, to ansuer the complaint
of plaintiff, nuw on file in my office, uithm
fit e da) s, should this summons he served upon
)ou in this precinct: if served upon )ou with
out thi precinct, but within this count), ten
days; otherwise within twenty da) s (exclusive
of the da) of service) fr,om the da) this sum
mons is served upon )ou.
This action is brought to recover a judgment
against )ou for the sum of $74 23 for work
vnd services performed for you at )our re
quest, as alleged in plaintiff's compbmt now
on file in my office, to which ou arc referred
for further particulars, and costs of suit; and
)ou are hereby notified that should you fail to
appearand answer within the time stated in
this summons the plainuff will apply to the
court for a judgment against ou lor said de
mand and all costs.
Ciiien under my hand at my office in said
piecmct thia 28th day pf October, 1SS0
John C. Eastos,
030-3 . . Justice' of the Peace.
By virtue of an execution issued out of lus
lice John C hUston's Court, cf Pr.ciret No. 1,
county of Oshae, In fiory f Arizona, dated
lhe22d day of October. isdo.Jn a certain ac
tion uh rem Amelia Tuqu t. as- pLtinuff. recov
ered judement agutut Frank Frjry. defendant,
for One Hundred and Eight dollars dtbt. and
Fourteen and 41-100 dollar:, costs of suit, on
the si" ".v of ejctober. 1889 I have levied
upon the foUouinj described property, to-wit:
First, on a certain mining location or claim in
the Tombstone Mining district known as the
Blue Mineral mine, situated about tuo mites
south of Tombstone; second, 00 eleven sacLsof
ore at the mine, third, on said Frank Frary's
interest in the partnership or asociauon known
as ih Undertakers' Association of the city of
Tombstone. ' '
Notice is hereby sivcn that on Wednesday,
the 13th day of soveroler,-r8Sg, at 12 o'clock
M. 01 that day, in front of the. Court House in
the city of Tombstone, county" of Cochise, I
v. ill sell all the nght. tide and interest of Frank
Frary in and to the above described property, at
public aucuon, lor cash in hand, to the highest
and best bidder, to satisfy said exe-utlon and
all costs. , 1
Dated at Tombstone the 2ad day ot October.
1889. S T. CAR ft, Constable.
By virtue of an execution issu'd out of Justice
John C Eaion's Court of "No 1 Precinct,
county of Cochi-e, lrmtory of Arizona, dated
h- 23d day of Oi tober, 18S9, in a certain action
sh h n .Amh& Tiiuef as nl iintiff. rtcovtTr-tl
mi ment aeinst Thomas Frary. deendant, for
Ninciy-nne Dolors -Jebt. and Fouileen and
40-106 dolUrs. costs f suit. n the aist day of
Octob-r, 1839. X hae levied uoon the following
' descM. ed trope t).tc-wH: First, on a certain
mining location orcT irrr in-thi-fombstore Min
ing di net known as Blue Mineial mine, -itu-ted
about two miles south of Tombstone, sec
ond, on eleven sacks of ore at the mine; third,
or said Thomas Frary's interest ra the partner
ship or association known as the pndertakers
Association of the Cy y of TomtMone.
Nouce is hereby given Out on Wednesday,
the ijth dayof Novimb r. 1889 at 12 o dock M.
of that day. in frout o 'the 4'ouu House in the
ciy of Tombstone cuntr. of CocluV. I will
sell all the nght Ulle and interest" of Thomas
Frary in and to the ahove de cnbed p-opeiiw at
pur be auction, for c ish in hand, to the highest
and best bidder, to a lify said execution and
Dated at Tombstone the, sad dayof October,
83o, S. 1. CARR, Constable
AUEN STREET, OPPOSITE C. X. CMML.
FRABY & Co,. Managers.
The largest and finest sfck of Undertaking
CJoods in Arizona. We areTjrrpared to do all
work in our line in a first class manner. ALL
OUR WORK OUARANTEED.
Or temporarily preserrrd 'at rf trifling
expense for shipment, .
Satisfaction Given ia.All: U8pts,
afOrders left at the O. K. Stable
will receive prompt attention.
ALLFJ WUIEt, mm MKIIt.