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TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24. 1889.
TOMBSTONE DAILY EPITAPH
Advertising rates made known at tius office.
The PcMcnce is o;va for general delnt-ry
on 8 a. m. to 6 p. in.
Mun-y order Department open from 6 a. m.
.ro-n Hut and West i: 12 in., departs 3
Bisbee mail deoa.11 6a. m ; arrives 6 p. m.
A. i 3 K. K. S-TIME OAKD.
Isbee. 700 a. in. Fairbink. 9.30 1. m.
Fairtnnk, 12 00 noon. Uistv-c 3.30 p. m.
Daily, except Sunday.
K. of P. to-morrow night.
L. Van Burt arrived yesterday.
Thermometer S6 at Yonge's tlriiR
Largo stock of fine perfumes jiut
receiied at MonmonierV
Thomas Sorin came in from the
Dragoons last evening:.
Picture", picture frames, mouldinct)
and artists' malt-rials at MontnonierV.
Services at the .Methodist church to
day at the usual hurs, irer. C. F.
Juan A. Garcia, custom broker, ar
rived from the San Pedro custom
houe yeterday evening.
Joe Brown will furnish the Weekly
.Chronicle, Examiner, Call or Bulletin
for $ 1.50 per year.
Miss Lilie Hobblet, of Minneajoli.,
Minnesota, arrived vesterday and is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Howe.
It was ordered by Judge Sloan that
the recess of the United Suites grand
jury be continued until Monday, De
Stevenson & Walker are theuthor
ized agents for Louisiana lottery tick
ets in this city. By investing $1 you
have a chance of winning a fortune.tf
Charles Leach and wife arrived
from the 0 Negro mine, in Sonora,
yesterday. The' were unfortunate in
losing one of their horsex on the trip.
Thomas Allison, who has been an
inmate of the hospital for several
months, was able to be on the streets
yesterday for the first time since his
Word was received from the Hua
chuca nine yesterday that they would
be over here on Thanksgiving day if
possible, but it is not yet definitely
Our boys will have another practice
game to-day. We would suggest that,
if possible, they have the complete
nine on the ground and practice in
their respective positions.
Great attraction at the Crystal Pal
ace every night. Miss Annie Cush
man. New Star! New attraction!
Superb singer! Don't fail to go and
hear her. Also the finest liquors and
cigars in the city.
It is reported that three Mexican
robbers have their quarters in the
Mule mountains and exact toll from
all who pass their way. One man has
Already reported at the custom house
as having been robbed by them.
The finest assortment of holiday
goods, consisting of toys, wagons, ve
locipedes, dolls, books, plush goods,
Xmas cards, metal novelties, etc., etc.,
. will be on exhibition at Joe Brown's
turf afur the SStfc iasUat.
Hthoni the Sltfp..
.Mr. (Jeorfco KnbW on Sunday l.it
shipped a car loud of beef tecr to
Los Angeles. The hiiiiciit consisted
ol twenty-tile htsul, and they aver
aged 1,011 and :t-.' pound 111 woinlit.
CoiiMdering tli.it -otne of the cattle
were of Souora -took and other.- le-
than ti eurrot ago, tlie weight nun
niot snti-tfwlory to Air. Kri-k. Among
the lot were eior.il lotini; dehorned
steer, and the weight of thee was a
surprise to all cattle men who mi
them. .Mr. Frik huf. for moor three
j ears, dehorned all hi Meer cuhe at
the time of branding, and the few that
were in the arloid shipped by him
Jon Suiidnv demonstrate that lie has
acted wisely in o doinir. Dehorned
cattle take on lleh more rapidly than
thoM! with horn, owing to the fact
that they are more docile and le
combatiie: and when it come to ship
ping there i alo a gain, a? two or
three more head can le iut in a car,
and theyarriie at market in letler
condition and without the brni-fr. and
blemishes of cattle with horn. De
horn the ttfers. Stockman.
Much of the ore at the Olive camp
is now averaging 3."0 ounce -ilwr.md
40 per cent leid Mr Clark i-hipi-d
fifteen ton-, a few days ago that a-aed
1V( ounce ilver and $l."i gold. Star.
The soiree at Mining Exchange
Hall last evening w.i- well attended
and much enjoyed by o-e present.
Our dancing people duly appreciite
Mr ShcpperdV effort to provide -uch
The carnival at the rink n i Thurs
day eieninc promises to be the event
of the season. Nearly every one i
making prcpirations to attend. Only
thot-c en niauc will le allowed on
the lloor until after the unmasking.
We were listening to the vvarbliug"
of a pet canary yesterday and the bur
den of its song was "They are going to
be married on Thanlsgiving Day; he
proposed and she bluthingly answered
him yea; to I'm ringing for pleasure
and tell of the treasure he's going to
marry on Thanksgiving Dav."
It would lie quite interPsting to
know how many mile of skating were
made last evening at the rink. The
floor was crowded with ladies and gen
tlemen until a late hour, after which
tevcral went'to Mining Exchange Hall
and spent the remainder of the even
ing in dancing.
The customs officers, accompanied
by J. H. Carpenter, left by private
conveyance for Biebee yesterday. Prom
there they will go to the San Pedro
custom house and thence to Nogales,
from where Mr. Carpenter will return
to this city. The two other officers
will then go on to Yuma, inspecting
all stations on the way.
The Maison Dore restaurant will
hereafter be better prepared than ever
to furnish patrons with everything in
the market. The Sunday dinners of
this well known house have become
familiar to all this portion of Arizona,
and are partaken of with a relish not
evinced at other places. If you want
a feast droj in to-day and be gratified.
Roast turkey with cranberry sauce,
roast chicken, roast venison, ice cream
if desired, fresh pastry, wines of all
kinds, fresh oysters, and everything
good to eat will lie found at the Can
Can to-day. Also the finest cotlee in
Champagne and oysters, champagne
While we are feasting our cares fly
Champagne and oysters, champagne
Orar our glasass we long to delay.
Tlif First Treah (o i'. Jhtlt.
Tor mauifcHl reason, u the Olobe
Democrat, our first Ireati of reuproo-
ity hhould Im? negotiated with Mexico
The countrv is our nearest neighlxir,
and olli r the bet field for the promo
tion of our commeicial mtcnvtH. Eu
ropean competitor hive us nt disad
vantage there as thing now kImihI,
and we cm get the tred avniy from
tlieui only by oilctingouiil or superior
inducements. Tim' vva what (.'rant
had in view when he negotiated such
a trexty with Mexico -onie venrs ago,
which wu ratified by the proper iiutli
onlio of both countrie-, but whicb
finally 1 ip-ttl through the failure of
our house of representatives, at the
instance of Mr. Mill and Mr. Morri
son, to p.is the teeei''arj- revenue
laws to carry it into effect. The work
thu so well begun -boold 1 resumed
.it an early day. Thuse who were able
to defeat the jiroject in the fir-t in
stance are owerlesss now to it jn-at the
performance. The pre-nt administra
tion can make a treaty with Mexico
providing for commercial reciprocity
on .1 jut and etpiitnhlt' Iw-i, and con
2re vvill not refui' any legislation
that may be required in the ca-e.
With success accomplish! to Mex
ico, we can the more easily and profit
ably make like arranjteineits with the
various South American nations. We
cannot do it all t once. The work
must be gradually prosecuted in order
to secure substantial and iermanent
results; and the place of all other t..
make .1 start is in Mexico. The con
ditions are all favorable there, if we
only move promptly and iu a jtroper
spirit of lilwrality. 1 here i no reaon
whv we should not soil tlmt i-ountrv
practically all that it ha to huv, and
purchase all that it has to sell, and
the sooner we ei7e the oporiunit
the more creditable it vvill be to our
intelligence and enterprise.
I FTTH! 1 1ST.
The following letters remain un
called for in the iiotot!ice at Tomb
stone, Arironi, for the week ending
Anderson, .las Jorus, E
Dohertv, Jas J 'MeGtiire, F
Haw lev, Mrs J B ,Sehol, B
Hen-lev. MfJ 1. 'Se.iwell, T W
Hiield', F P i
Any jierson calling for any of the
above letter will plea-e ry "adver
tised" and give the date.
C. S. Click, Po4tiiutater
Mr. Sheridan i living quietly with
her children in Washington m the
beautiful home pre-ented by Chicago
citizens to the General nt the time he
went to Washington to take command
of the army. She is devoting her life
to the rearing and education of her
The Chamber of Torture.
Is the apartment to which the un
happy suilerer from inflammatory
rheumatism i conllncI. If, ere the
criis of pain i reiched, that finp
preventive, Hwtctter' Stomach Bit
ters, is u-ed by jerson of si rheumatic
tendency, much unnecessary su.rering
is avoided. Nervine, anodynes an 1
sedatives, while having none but a
specific effect, are jet very desirable at
times. Vet can they produce no last
ing eflect upon rhcumatim. lieeante
they have no jower to eliminate from
the blood the rheumttic virus. Hos
tctter's Stomach Bitters tloes this, and
checks nt the outset a disease which,
if allowed to gain headw jy, it i next
to impossible to dislodge or to do more
than relieve. Bheurn.itim, it should
be rcmemWcd, is a dieae with a
fatal tendency from its jironenes to
attack the heart. A resort to the Bit
ters should, therefore, le prompt.
Dyspepsia, kidney complaint, malaria
and nervousness are relieved by it.
Broiled steaks and chops a specialty
at the Maison Dore.
Baby carriages, toys, bnulies, looksl
etc., at MonmonierV.
J If you want pure, straight whiskev.
.of the most celebrated brands, drop
into the l'ony saloon and satisfy jour-
1 st-lf of this fact The Ponv aki car-
ries the finest brand of domestic and
imjiorted brandies and wines; also
porters and all kinds of liquors, Tom
and Jerri tind hot Scotch , hot spicid
spiced nuns 3 specialty; the Carman
Kev West cigars the finest for the
money to Ik) h id in Arizona; .-t Louis
Anhetiser lluch ligerbeeron draught
at all times. Nofivorites. Com.-, all.
A brunette soldier at Fort Thomas,
by the name of Wick, has struck a
windfall, having won, on a - 2 invest
ment, ?." 000 in the Nov ember drawing
"f the IiOiiiianu lotturv. 'I he hun
dred in Vriona who held tickets and
lid not win have not vet beeu heard
A germau doctor ha made an
alarming di-covery aliout cancer. The
disease attacked a tame rat in his jos-ses-ion
and, having no qiiilms of con
science about vivisection, he inocu
lated two other rodent with it. Tbey
took the disease iu it mo-t malignant
The Florence irrigation canal ii now
competed up to the r.iilro.ul and the
bridge at tlmt jKiint i finished. The
conipmiv will build .1 re-ervoir 20 feet
deep and covering 2,0X) acre, oralout
three square mile. Thi will open up
a fertile vallev forty miles broad and
sivtv miles long, where fruits, vegetable-
and gram can be raised in abund
! -. .
This p w ler never varies. A tnirvel
ot puntv, strenj h and uholesomeness
Mort r ,.n miiL. ihen the ordinarykinds
and ennot e sold in competion with the
multitude of Iw tei Jmrt weighl alum
r r ph ..e -jowdeV. Sold only in cans.
Um hKt:.oHowuKR Co., 106 Wall
Combmti the ,ctce cf the Blue Fig ol
luforma, so Iaxatite and nutritious,
t :h the medicinal virtues of plantt
kn-tfn to be most beneficial to the
'I'inian jvstem. forming the ONLY PEK
LCT REMEDY ts. act gently yet
promptly on the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AHD BOWELS
Cleansetfca System Effectually,
HEALTH and STRENGTH
"saturally fellow. Every one i using it
and all are debghted with it. Ask your
druggist for b KUP OF FIGS. Manu
factured only tr the
CALIFORNIA HG SYRUP CO,
Sis i'xasciko, Cau
LovnntLi. Kv. Kiw Vm, K. V
Nesbit's poultry jKwder and Forrest
cholera cure for chickens. For sale at
Fresh oysters at the Can Can t very
W tyiyAs -;?
Attention, Uindiuill Jltn !
J Parties desiring to purchase wind
mills vvill do well to investigate the
merits of the Aermotor, which ia the
latest improved, showing an increase
of power of 35 ier cent. A 12-foot
wheel is guaranteed to do us much
work as an l(-foot wooden wheel in
the market. In all respects it repre
sents the latest improvements of in
ventive skill. For further information
and circiilirs address ffoi-r.
j Box J20,Tuc-on, Arizona.
Among the iucidents of childhood
tint stand out iu lold relief, as our
memory reverts to the daj,s when we
were young, none are more prominent
tli in severe sickliest. The voung
mother vividly remembers that it was
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cured
her of croup, and iu turn administers
it to her o-.vn offspring and always
with the bet success. For sale by U.
In the Justice Court of precinct No. One,
county of Codiise, Territory of Arizona.
IJefore John C. Easton, a Justice of the
Otto Metchke, plaintiff, is II. B. Maison,
defendant. Action for debt; complaint filed
in mj ofhec and summon iucd.
The Territory of Arizona send greeting:
loll. II. Mawn, defendant ou are here
by summoned and required to ajiear at my
office, in I'recmct No. One, count) of Coclii.e,
Territory of Aruona, toanwtr the complaint
ofphinuff. now on file in my ofhee, within
hie dajs should thi? summons be scried upon
)ou in this precinct; if served upon jou with
out this precinct, but within thi count), ten
dais; otherwise wihin tuenti dais (eduive
of the day of service) from the da) this sum
inons is scrvea upon you.
1 his action is brought to recover a luilcment
arainst vou for the sum of 574 25 for work
and services performed for )ou at your te
quest, as alleged 111 plaintiffs complaint now
on file in my orfice, to which ou are referred
for further particulars and costs of suit; and
vou are heteh) notified that should you fail to
appearand answer within the time stated in
this summons the plaintiff will apply to the
court for a judgment against )ou for said dc
mand and all costs.
Onen under my hand at my office in said
piecinct this 2Sth day of October, 1SS9.
John C. Easton,
030 3- Justice of the Teace.
liv virtue of an execution issued out of I utile-
pohn C Haston's Coit, cf Prtcinet No. 1,
counl) of ( CKhi'se, Terntory of Aniona, dated
the 22d day of October, 18S9, in a certain ac
uon uh-Rm Amelia Tuauct, as pl.intiff, recov
ered judgment against frank Frary, deftr.dant.
for One Hundred and Light dollars dttt. and
Fourven and ai-ico dollars, costs of suit, on
the 21st dav of October. 1889, I have lened
upon the following described prop-rty, to-wit:
first on a ceruin mining location rr claim in
the Tombstone Mimrg district knots n as the
lilue Mmeril mine, situated about two miles
south of Tombstone; second, on eleven sacks of
ore at the mine; third, oa said Frank Fraiy's
interest in the partnership or association knonn
as the Undertakers" Assoaauoh of the city ot
Nonce is hereby s-iven that on Wednesday,
the 13th day of November. 1889. at tx o'clock
I. ot tint day. in front of the Court House in
the city of Iombstone, county of Cochise, I
will stil all tlie ncht. title and interest ot I-rank
Frary in and 10 the above described property, at
public auction, for cah in hand, to the highest
and best bidder, to satisfy said eie-uiion and
Dited at Tombstone the aad day ot October.
1889. S,. T. CARR, Constable.
Ity virtue of an execuuon issusd out of ustioe
John C Easton's Court of No. 1 Preanct.
county of Cochise, Temtory of Aruona. dated
lhe22d day of October, 1889, in a certain action
wherein Amelia Tuquet, as plaintiff, recovered
judgment against Thomas Frary, defendant, for
Ninety-nine Dollars debt, and Fourteen and
40-100 dollars, costs of suit, on the 21st day of
October, 1889. I have levied uoon the following
desenbed property, to-wit: First, on a certain
mining location or claim in the Tombstone Min
ing district known as lilue Mineral mine, -Hutted
about two miles south of Tomtone. sec
ond, on eleven sacks of ore at the mine; third,
on said Thomas Frary 's interest in the partner
ship or a.sociation known as the Undertakers
Association of the City of Tombstone.
Notice is hereby given that on Wednesday,
the nth davof Novimb-r. i83o at 12 o clock l.
of that day, in front 01 the Court House in the
aty of Tombstone crusty of Coch'isr. I wdl
seu .1.1 tne ngnt. nue ana interest 01 Tftomai
Frary in and to the above described proper ty at
public auction, for cash in hand, to the richest
and best bidder, to satisfy said execution and
Dated at Tombstone the 23d day of October,
1889. S. T. CARR, Constable
AUEN STREET, OPPOSITE 0. K. CORRAL
FRAHY & Co,. Managers.
The largest and finest stock of Undertakinc
sjooas in .Arizona, we are prepared too all
work in our line In a first class maimer. ALL
OUR WORK GUARANTEED.
Or temporarily preserved at a trttiag
expense for shipment.
Satisfaction Given in All ftapecta,
F"Orders left at the 0. K. Stafcl
will receive prompt attention.
ma wahu, reratu mucwi.