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TOMBSTONE EPITAPH, TUESDAY MORN INC, NOVEMBER 19. 18S9.
TOMBSTONE DAILY EPITAPH
AdtciUiing rites made knonal iLuottice.
Th PostjtTice is o,en 'or seneral deii.rry
cm 3 a, ru. 10 6 p. m.
Man? order Depart -a-nt open (rom S a. m.
from Kisl aq! Wm .t 13 m., rUp.ins 3
Bisbr iinl dspir's . m.; arrive 6 u. in.
.V 4 3 E. R. IS -TIME OABD.
ibee. ;ov v ft Fmbink. , Jo a. in.
Farm's, 12 ntj H 3 30 ru. m.
.4ilv xv . .nliv
Hl-N.' W1LI I WIS.
I. O. O. K. to night.
IAt-it periodicals "t Moniiionier'.
TliermoiiiL'ter 73 at Yonge's drug
.V big male animal po cr Mine has
attracted coiiiderible attention the
list few night.
Stationery, pitit$, oils, etc.. Ht Mon
Allen K. En, '.ih returned la-t Sun
day. OhiptKH! beef, 2" cents r itotind, at
Sydow it Kieke'j. 7
The rkining rink was crowded a pi in
last night. The old craze teem- to
Large stock of tine perfumes just
received nt Mnnmnnier's.
fiibee is repor.ed quite liely in
consequence of the orders to increase
Jttt received, a fre-di lot of cran
berry sauce, at Sydnw &. Kieke's. 7
IIofT, of Tucson, uas i.i the city yes
terday rustling for his windmill. He
left lat evening.
Picture, picture frame, mouldings
, and artint material nt MonmonierV.
McKee l!.tiney was in the ciiy ye?
tenlay siting up our residents on the
Thanksgiving tnrlcy ,irohlem.
You can gtt something good to eat
at Mining Eschauge Hall to-morrow
The ladies of the M. E. church will
give an oyster supper at Mining Ex
change Hall next Wi-dne-day eveuing,
November 20th. All are cordially in
vited. Several drummers are in the city
trying to r onvince our residents that
they want something in their lines of
Good reports of Turipiois district
continue to come in. Undoubtedly
the-e mines are increasing in extent
and value every day.
Steven-on &. Walker are the author
ized ngenU for Louisiana lottery tick
ets in this city. By inventing $1 you
have a clrmre of winning a fortune.tf
?ome one lin suggested that a new
nuip o' Arizona should be made with
Tncin in the center and the map
labeled " fuc-on and Itu Surround
One hundred and eighty-eight wit-ne4-,.
hive Uen summoned in the
Wham robbery cae and the end i-s not
yet. P.ior Graham county! Happy
C. C. FitigeraM.of the International
Sniplting Work, returned to El Pao
last .Sunday. He u confident that t,he
mined of Turquois district can not be
equaled in the Territory,
Tilt Spit IT.
Our boys had a practice game of
ball laxt Sunday, just to keep their
hand in. It U reported that the Hu.i
chuens are making preparations to
come over to thix city on Thanksgiv
ing Day and piny a friendly game.
We hope that the rejiort i true and
t At a game can be arr.ingod for that
day. The Herald says Unit I'henix
wants to have a tournament at Tuc
son with the ninex at that place and
our bov. Thix is all right, but what's
the matter with having the tourna
ment in thi city? Are ili-eiii v and
Tucson the only two town- in tbe
Territory, or me we so completely Iso
lated that llu re i grave danger 111 at
tempting to hunt Us up. Tuosimi in
getting a pretty large slice of the cake
now and it strikes us that as our lov
went all the way to llieniv to gt
salted the l'hciticiMitx should return
the compliment, not that we have any
thing ugaiiut Tncon, but ottr bov
want to play on their ovv n diamond
and ictiirn the -ailing act with variation.-,
if possible. The extra expente
of coming on to this city would be
small and our visitor would lie roy
ally tteatod. It isn't far tor Tucou
to come and in all probability Hishti
and Camp llu.u-liuca would enter the
tournament and thix arrangement
would be satisfactory all unwind.
From T. A. Jones, ivho has len .Hit
to the Xoo.11 di-trict, tho Herald learns
that the mining outlook in that sta
tion i- becoming more prouii-iii eWi
day. He Laiery l Dougherty
are opening up a splendid mine, au.t
one that promi-ex to prove very rich,
about six miles wet ot the M. I'.itriek.
Their ledge extend- acrix the line
into Sonora, and they have l-cated
and dennuticed other claim- nim it
in that State. .Mr. June- mine, the
King Solomon, ix an exten-ion of tbe
Lavery A Dougherty mine, on She
American tide, and promi-c to lie
come a good ore producer. George P..
Kice ix in partner-hip with him in tho
King Solomon and they are pushing
work vigorously. Xogale- Herald.
Kridrjtions !v Whulrsalf.
We are creilibly informed that purtii s
left this city eariy Sunday murning
last for Biibee yith the intention of
relocating the Xeptune group ofjwi11 -tablish an agricultural imple
mines.in Warren di-trict. These re-1 '"em depot therein. The reclamation
location-are made, vvc underhand, on
the theory that the Xeptune mining
company is a foreign coriwration and
that it has no legal standing in this
Territory by reason of a failure to com- j
ply with our laws in the filing of a cer
tificate of incorporation and the ai-
pointment of an agent to n present it
in the Territory and that under the
statute all its actions are void.
At the oyster nuppeyfo be given by changed to CimLnl ltomero R.ibu.
the ladies of the Melhodi-t church at ' They may change the name of Ni
Mining Exchange Hall on Wednesday gale-", Sonom, but it will be hard to
evening Me-?r-. Carpenter and Htr-' wipe out the lieantifnl and ronvettieut
rera will each render a vonl solo. fJo 1 name "Noga!e" th Spanish for
around and till up on two or three i
dozen raw with the ladies.
The Tucson Star ptiblMie the
names of nearly two hundred men as
witnessed in the Wham case. Tho
prosecution got in some very damag
ing testimony Saturday, and if it can
not be broken down it is altogether
likely that the defendants will bo con
The condition of Mr. Eugene Mid
dleton is constantly improving and lie
will oon 1 able to take oviulixir exer
cise each day. He is receiving the
constant and watchful care of hii,
mother, who baa been at his beside
ever since his arrival here. Florence
Frath buttenuilk at the Can Can.
S-rrds r tbe IJi'lonuiuit llwt Hi;h!.
To those who believe tliat Mormons
are goutl ciluens: we recoiuiuend the J
perusal f the folUMini$, wltjvh i
taken lrom a Salt Lake dispatch ;
In 1 -' patation for the eoiuiug rati
nieipal election niany applicatiou for
imturMlizatkni have been intule hr
r.M'eiitly, ami tu olijection are being
made to tlw Hdnilwiou of peroo ac
cepting the faith of Ml)Kiny and ad
hering to oilier .Mormon imta, lo-tlav
wax ,rt by the court to hMr the cjues
tion. The attorneys fw the LiUrralx
asserted that no Manumw ho had
taken oaths iti the Kodowmeut lli.uxe
e-HiM tie ieooJ eitiwu, and leiimonv
vrx ordered regarding the nature of
tlite oth. Jwhn Rmim svore that
he went tbroufh tbe Ku-i.tiient
House in lf6, and ts rjuired to
take an obligation which coiiiilled
him to obey every drn'trine of the
euurrti, mpei-ially in ojio-iii.)u to tbe
I'ntted States. Ife was also rS)uireii
to tle an oath to arenjre tho Mood of
Joseph and Hiratu Sniilli on this na
tion, awl to teach thix to lit children
and children's children to .the lat$t
jeeneralkm. Martin H. Wardcll, who J
took a similar oath about the tame
time, said lie was told if he rev ealed
any secret lit- throat would 1-e cit
and bis bowel torn out. He khv the
death penalty inflicted on a man
named (trtsen, a numlier of jear-ao.
ml when some of tlie mendH'rs of
the baud murdered Jotin W. Voting
they said if he did not l.ul up !
would be served Ihi me way. An
dtew Cahoou swore to the same ol-Ii
Kjiion- Hiid said he took the oath rht !
his allegianee a a.- to the Mornrrn
church Polyifauiy wat. a commaml
of Ood antl all miwt endorse it or he
dami..l. Tbe teaching of the t-bnrrh
i- hostility to the laws of the land
Cnhoott had heard the leaders of the
church pray for the overthrow of the
United Stales government. It is com
mon for WilfonI Woodruff, the present
head of the church, to do all this. All
the witne-es spoke of murders they
had either seen or lieard of in conse
quence of these oaths.
Mr. George H. Daily, recently of
Tomlietone, hax leased the building
n-ed a- a saloon in connection with
the Fryer Hotel, in Onaa Grande, and
jof tho !rge Uxly of land itmler Uie I
t rence canal will require a quantity j
, of l,M nit miwed machinery, ,
. wl'" Mr. Daily jMirpose anpphing.
We are informed that the name m
XogaU, Mexico, is to be changed to
, Ciudad Dublan, in honor of the Mt -
ican Secretary of tlie Treasury. -1 in
name of New Iarc-do in abso to b
walnut. ogaU" Herald.
In a recent article in the Yna'h
Companion, 0:1 "How to cure a oi. I.
the writer advi-e a liot leotonaile to
bo taken at boil time. It in a daritp-r- I
ous treatment, ivpf-cially during the,
severe cold weather of the winter '
months, as it opens the porti of the
skin and leaves the system in such
condition that another and mnch
more severe cold is nlmo-t certain to
be "nntracted. Many ears eM-!tant
use and the exieriencc of tii'-usand
of person- of all age, has fully de
montratod that then-is nothing let
ter for a severe cold than (Tmmlier
lain's Cough Itemed y. It aets in per
fect harmony with nature, relieves the
lungs liquefies the tough, tenacious.
muctiK, making it caior to expeetomlo,
and . restore the system to a- strong
I and healthy condition, fifty cent
1 bottles for sale by H. J. Tcto.
Whereat the President of the United
State lux designated the twenty
eijrhth day f Xovemler as a day of
.National riwnk-giving and prayer in
"A highly favoroil people, mindful of
their de)eiMkNc 011 the Itouuty of a
Diine Providence, -hotifcl seek a fll-
tjnjt OceaiirMi to te-iify their gratitude
and aaeruV pmi-e to him who i- the
author of their many ble-ing-. It
behooves them to lo4v back with
thankful hearts over the jki-i vear and
IdeM Uod for his infinite mercy in
vuucuoatitlK to our laud eoiluriug
peaee; to our peo.ple fr.Moiii front
witileiMW ami amine; to our bits-
bandinen abtindaut harvest, and to
tliuM that labor recompne for their,
"Xow therefor, I, lMtjaitiin Hani
aon, President of Ibe Cnitttd State, of
America, do earnestly teeoinineiMl
that Thursday, the ivtb day of thi
wMt month, Xoveiutier,l)e-et apart
a a day of National Thanksgiving
laud praver, and that the iotle of our
country, censing from cute and labor.-
of their witlking davs, shall assemble
in their respective plaeo of worship
and ni.e thank to (oat, who has pros
pered ts n our way and made our
noUis the paths of iwt, and beeri
Hmi to Mess the day to our. present
and future good, making it truly one
of thanksgiving tor oach reunited
home circle an a nation at large.
In witness w'ueioof I have hereunto
set my hand and uau-ed tho -eal of
the United States to be- arlixett.
Done at the city of Washington,
this first day of November, in tlie year
of our lrd lSJflt, and of tho inde
pendence of the Crriled Slates the
lltth. BcsiAXl.v II iKKi-o.v.
By the l'reideiU.
Jambs (;. 1!uls-k,
Secretary of State."
Now tlrcfcr, I, Lewis Woltbiy,
Bovernor of the Territory of Arizona,
believing in this time honored custom,
do hereby proclaim ami -et apart the
sairl twenty-eighth day of Nov ember
a a special day of Thank-giving, in
viting all to lay aside their bu-ine.
and celebrate tlte -nine in such a
manner aa each in his conscience may
deem right and jiroper.
Ifc.nf at tlw city of Pheni, this
eighth day of .Novtnlr, A. I). 1SS9.
By the GoverBOf.
Vathas O Mi-rpiiv.
- ! t.irv of non.i.
,.,, vtrenrh aud Ke onier.fs-
us vtr v ir Ci
A m if 1
M'iree. ononnsai then 'lit oru.na-y kind-
an 1 cannot tt Mild io competn n ith the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
r phosphate powders. Sold onh in cans.
Royal Hakiuc, I'ownfR Co., 106 Wall
m . N. Y
Tbnmiw Delaney will enlnrge' pho-
loijraplm, do sketches and sign paint
ing at reasonable rates. IMiv-e orders
at the Duty EriTArtr office.
Freeh fish and 'fresh oysters everj
day at the Mnison Dore.
Fresh oyster at the Can Can very
Allrntiun, Wimlwll 31m !
Parties desiring to jmrchase wind
mills will do weli to investigate tho
merits of the Aermotor, which is the
latost improvel, showing an increase
of jiower of 35 per cent. A 12-foot
wheel ix guaranteed to do a, much
work as anj 10-foot wooden wheel in
tho market. In all resects it repre
sents the late-i improvements of in
ventive skill. F .r further inforniatioa
and circulars addrcw? llotr.
l!oi 120, Tucson, Arwotm. J 2fitf
Among the jueidt-nt- of childhood
that standout in Imld relief, as our
memory reverts to the dajs when we
wero voung, none are more prominent
than xtfvcie sickness. 'lhe young
mother vividly remembers that it was
Chamberlain's Cough Itumedy cured
her of erout). and in turn :ulmini,ter
jt to her ovn olfspring and always
Julh the bot success. For sale hv If.
In the Justice Court of pfecinct No. One,
county t v. ochuc, Terntory oi Aruona.
Before John C. Eastoo, a Ju-tice of the
tnt Mrtchkc, pbintiff. v-, II. R Jixon,
Oetcix'ant. Action for debt; cim)4aiiti filed
ui my ofner ami summon issuer
. The Tenruury of Aruona send- grelHg:
To 11. B. Mauou, deiendant .,u are hvrc
bv Mimmoncti and reijuireil to appear at rcy
ofiirc in Precinct No. One, count) of Cpehi;.
Tt-iniotj of Aruona, jo aner the compUiru
ti pliintifi. n on file in my otface, uithin
hie ib)s houW this summons I served opon
vtHi ui this precinct; it served upon )uu uuli
oat thix precinct, but within ihi county, ten
ila; otherwise Hilhin tcnt) days lexcrn.iie
of the da of acrvtCLi from the tay thu Mini
moil!, i- served upon you.
Tbw action ix brought to recover a judgment
ngainst yti fur lhe -urn ot Srj.;; foe work
and xcTvict performed for jou at your rs-
luis'. a aucj;m mi puunun n conipiami now
on hie in my office, to which vou are referred
ft further particular and costs of suit: and
vou are herebv notified that houM vwi hil to
aptxaraiMl ansvvtt within the time -uied in
this summons the plaintiff will appl) to tfce
court fur a judgment against you lor -aid de
mand ami all costs.
Given under my hand at my orhre in Mid
purinrt this z&th day of October. 1SS5.
Jons C. I.vxton,
030-5 Justice of the Peace.
Ely virtue of an ex. ml uu issu-d out of lus
tivx John E-ston toun, cl PrrCinet No. i,
coauty of o hise, 1 er nory of Aniona. dte'l
the aid ,iaV of Cxi ber. isiy, m .1 ' xiuio .ic
tmo wb ma Ameha Tuqn 1 is L intitl recov
erel judgment ajtainst Frank Frary. defnidinr, t
for U. Ilur.drcd and bi(.hl dotLirs dtbt, and
Kour:en and 41-100 dollar:, cob i suit, on
the Jlst cl v of 1 closer. 1839. I have levied
i.pon the to!lov.mc described profsrtj, to-Mit:
tirit. on a certain mining location or cfcnm 111
the romtatone Min'rg di-tnct knounas the
Blur Mineral mice situated atom tuo rr.ilri
outn of I ombsione; tecund, on eleven saris of
fre at the rn.ne; third, oa said Frank Fran's
interest in th.- partnership o- association Lnovtn
a the Undertaker' Association of thf city of
Notice is hereby ?iven that on Wednesday,
the 131b day of November, 1889, at 12 o'clock
M o that d.i in front of tlie Court House in
lhe city of '1 0"ibtone, county of Cochi-e, I
will sll all the ru,H. nth- and interest of Frank
Friry in ard to the above dt-cntwd property, at
public auction, lor iah in hind, to the highest
and bel bidder, to salisly sa.d txe-ujon and
Ited at Tombstone the 22! div ot October,
1889 S. T. CAKR. 'Constable.
By virtue of an execution issu-d out rf Justice
John C Kaon s Court of No 1 lYccinct,
county of Cochise, Territory of Arizona, dted
'be ?ad div of October. 1889, in.a certain action
wh'-em Amelia Tuquet, as pUmuff, rt covered
mdi;nieiit against T homas Frary, defendant, for
nity-nne IXlUrs debt, and Fuuitrrn and
4 100 dollar-, costs 1 f suit, en the 21st day of
I Octotr, 1889. I have levied uoon the fo'Iovvinj
)-sriitt i rt.ptMy. 10-uit: First, on a certain
-m nt; to anon or il im in the Tombstone Mtn-
f, .1 im ,ncikii .is Hlue Mineial mine, -itu-ii
1 ibout to nnlt- v Uih of Tombston-. sec
1 ', on eleven sack of ore at the mine, tkud,
jr -aid Thomas Frary s interest in the partner
ship or asoiiation knoHn a 3 the Undertakers'
Association of the ( uv 01 tombstone
Notice is hereby given thtt on Wednesday,
It1-, ttth davuf NoiinuVr, i83o at 13 o clock M.
of that day. in front 01 the Court House in the
ciy of Tombstone ccunty of Cochise. I mil
sell alt the nght, Ltle ard interest of Thomas
Frary in and to the aoove de cnbed propctty at
u' li- auction, for cash in hind, to lhe highest
Iiriii best tutiter, to sausfy said .execution and
Ditedat romVton- the 22d day of October,
t iiB9 s. T C ARR. Constable
AILH STREET, OPFOSITE 0. K. CORRAL.
PEARY & Co,. Managers.
The lirgest and finest stock of 'Undertaking
liond'. in Arizona. We are prepared to do alt
wo-k in our hoe in a first diss manner. ALL
OUR WORK GUARANTEED.
Or temporarily preserved at a trifling
expense for shipment,
Satisfaction Given .in All Respects.
"0rdcrs left at the 0. K. Stable
will receive prompt attention.
1LLFJ WALKER. FCSIR1L DlfitfTNU