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TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. SATURDAY MOKNlNG, NOVEMBER 30, 1889.
TOMBSTONE DAILY EPITAPH
Advertising rales etude known at thit office.
The PostorHce ts o;en tor reneral delitery
era S a. in. to 6 p. m.
tm-ry order Department open from lio,
From East and West it la ra.. departs 3
Butiee mail departs $1. m ; arrives 6 am.
A. 4 3. . B. B.-TlJi: OABD.
ish-e. 7.00 a. m.
Fa.ro ink, 12 00103a.
Fairbank. 9.30 &. m.
lisbee a. 30 p. m.
Chriitinas is next.
Thermometer 80 at Yonge's drug
Daughters of Kebecca met last
Large stock of fine perfumes just
rt reived at Monmonier's.
lieun-. a la Boston at the Fssbion
Pictures, picture frames, mouldings
ami artists' materials at Monmonier.
Juilge Monk ami brother fame in
from the ranch Thursday evening.
Broun is selling Books at unheard
of low prices this year. Fine illus
trated art boo s latest issues.
The funeral of C. E. Alvord took
place yesterday, followed by a large
concourse of friends.
Jie Hrown will furnish the Weekly
Chronicle. Examiner, Call or Bulletin
for !f 1 f0 per year.
Joe Hrown wants every one to
know that he has an immense stock
of holiday goods. Kead his notice.
All the dancers went to the Can
Can for their supper last Thursday
Two ra-e" of the county of Coohi-e
vs. A. J. Kilter Mnd londsmen were
filed in the li-nict Court yeMerday.
X- iv tli-i 111 in iin-tiil ornaments,
frame-, toiU-i tMsrs, Xmas cards, vases
and ea-elsat BnmnV.
The pin fitrlories of the United
State manufacture about 18.000,000,
000 of the-e diminutive but userul
articles everv vear.
In the c.i-e of Kiiosell vs. Goddard
an an-ner was filed in the District
Court yeterday by Wm. H. Barnes,
attorney for Goddard.
District Court was to have convened
in this city to-day, but will have to be
pnip.med again. The winter session
will probably begin about the middle
The case of J. H. Tippitt vo. C. S.
Abbott and J. O. Dunbar was filed in
the District Court yesterday for a debt
of -Ti.OOO Wm. C. Staehle U attor
ney for plaintiff.
Hundreds of novelties suitable for
holMny presents. Don't fail to call
early and often. Everybody welcome.
Wonderful bargains in "every line."
All priies made to suit the time at
Th ne singer at the Crystal Pal
aec Iriwa large crowjls every night
and i wf-ll wonh hearing. Other at
tnu'tin at thit house are Anheuser
lager Ixt 011 draught, finest brandies,
whitie n t everything to refresh
the inner mn. Call and find out for
There is little new to note in min
ing matter in this district this week.
Shipments of ore and bullion continue
regularly and the same amount of
men are at work.
The mill continues to run steadily
and the output of fine bullion con
tinues in a manner quite satisfactory
to all concerned.
The Vizina continues to produce
sufficient good ore to supply the mill.
Work continues on the Hauling
Boy with favorable results.
The Emerald continues its usual
The Big Comet is making regular
shipments aud is steadily improving.
Uegular diipinents continue from
the mined of the Tombstone M. k il.
Assessment work is being done 011
numerous undeveloped claims and
many of them show up good streaks
The sale of the Old fluard during
the week is thought by many to mean
a resumption of work immediately
after the nest term of district court.
The Kl Paso P.ullion says : For ser-
eral dav a rertort ha been circulated !
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tli nnli nln. i.fllH t,nllf MllP liMn I
tls tlVI' .SV.V fc"- - . - -'.M
di-eovercd alout thirty miles south'
west of Ysleta, in Mexico. The facts
of the case are thece Alout s week
ago a Mexican shoemaker living in
Ysleta returned home after quite an
abaence and exhibited a large pian
tity of placer gold. When lit. at
tempted to return he was followed by
a large number of his countrymen.
As yet none of them have returned
and the report has not been verified.
The Bullion does not gie credence to
sensational reports and would there
fore advise all proepectors to wait un
til more reliable information is ob
tained. G. W. Seaverns and wife left v ester
day for El Paso, to remain for several
The usual pleasant weekly soiree
will be given at Mining Exchunge
Hall to night. Mr. Shepperd also an
nounces that a grand masquerade will
lie given under his management at
Mining Exchange Hull on Christmas
The Cowles' Electric Smelling and
Aluminum company made a very
mot t'exlrlbit at the Paris Exj-o-ition,
yet, notwithstanding, the novelty and
importance of their process has given
to the Cowles Pros, a gold medal.
It is rejiorted that fire has destroyed
the Tonawanda iron and steel work
at Tonawanda, Xew York. This is
the concern that started up a few
weeks ago, after being idle for a long
The Rev. J. Mclntire, formerly of
Tombstone, and at present chaplain in
the United States navy, will occupy
the M. E. pulpit Sunday morning and
evening. Rev. Mr. Mclntire stands in
the front rank as a thinker and pulpit
orator. All are cordially invited.
Services at 11 a. ai. and 7:30 p. ni.
Prizes for the beat sustained charac
ter, the most comical make up and
the most handsome dresses, for both
ladies and gentlemen, making six
prizes in all, will be given at the skat
ing carnival on Christmas eve. The
manager of the rink will spare no
pain to make this carnival a repeti
tion of the one on Thanksgiving even-
Stevenson it Walker are the author
ized agents for Louisiana lottery tick
ets in this city. By investing 11 you
have a chance of winning a fortune.tf
r o Wolcott'k tot. good goods at
.he lowaM price.
llsiw It Was Olwttr-I i.t VuMeit Tk Snp-
ptr at Jliniii: L'ulur. Hall Tftt Slab
Tuiirsdav Wit a beau iful dav and J
nothi:. occurred to mar 1U ei.j'ymeiit
bv our citizens. There was a total
ab.-enee of game-, or luiitehes of any
kind, and the dny hi very ijuietly
p.i-ed. Dining the afternoon the
fair at Mining Kxekange ll.ill drcH
many pun li.i-t r, au-i tue supper in
the evening was pail.iken f by a
large number. The lie! profit of the
f.iir and . stipiKT umounvd to Itftween
?U0 anil -rl5', and will be of gnat
il3lstJllOO 111 ptm ha-ni); u -choi.l li
brary. Thevoimg l.uliof ibe Hili
School -S'-ciety, who h id lh affair in
charge, were untiling in their ffi.rt
lo ple.i-e and entertain th-ir vi-itor-,
and were very uceeisful. In the
evening the 1110-t plasant event that
Tomb-tone hi- witnessed took plm-e
at the rink. Ieiiig the skating curniv.il.
About 300 people were present, and
as the treating capacity of the rink I
small etundiii nxmi was anon at a
premium. The Moor prenen'ed a
beautiful and bewildering appearance
that wii" immensely enjoved by tho
present. Aloul fiftv-five pair of
skates were in lire, and the ccwturoex
of the "k.vters wure, a a rule, very
nicely gotten up and the characters
well Mitaiiicd. The manager of the
rink, in lady' attire, and one of our
society belle?, in gentlumanV efwtume,
hfcrlled all attempts at .-ug -tion and
were the be-t churactere of the even
ing. The mn-ker? controlled the BKr
until aloiit 11 o'clock, when the
order to tnmia.-k was given, fd-
lowed bv the Ufiiiil ludicrous ie.-iilt-.
A photograph by calcium light was
taken of the inii-Wer- by Mr. Iai!y, e
Mr. Fly wj absent at Turou. Danc
ing thin commenced to the mn-ic of
Vincent's band and continued till half-
past 2 o'clock.
The managers are to be congratu
lated tlon their succes-ful ellortn to
ple;v-e and entertain our amusement
loving jieople, and thev were justly
rewarded. The carnival will be re
pented on OlirKtnirtr eve. and belter
arrangement will It- made. Mote
skater will le added and comfortable
s-ats provided for tho-o who attend as
Secretary Tracy has issued att ad
vertisement for proposals for buihliny
the proposed steel gunboats, Sae. 5
and C, of alxuit 1,000 tonsiaeli; and
for a steel pr.irtire csk-1 of uiiotit SCO
toni, for the Annapoii- Xuval Acad
emy, the proKi-al- to be ojieneil Janu
ary 22, 18U0. The co-t of the gnii-
txiats (exclusive of spied premium) j
limilel to 3J0,O0(J caeh, and that i
the practice ship to .f 2tX),00O.
From the announcement- this morn
ing, we arc to huve two masquerade
carnivals on Christmas eve one at
Mining Exchange Hall ami one at the
skating rink. We think it would 1
much better for all concerned if onp
1 the manager would po-tine his
carnival until some future time. Why
not agree to have one carnival on
Christmas eve anil the other on the
1-Uh of February. Both would be
largely attended and greatly enjoyed.
The Colorado Coal and Iron com-
pany, of Colorado, is reiKirted to lie I.. ... , . . . ,. . . ,
1 " ' j tlu-y h.ne no power to eliminate from
putting its steel plant at Pueblo in i L,ie hlood the rheumatic viriw. Hc
shaie to begin rolling steel rails again, i tetter's Stomach Bitters docs this, and
The cost will I about $200,000, and it !
is said the directors have not yet de
cided whether to npgotiate a loan for
the purjiose or to ue tho proceeds of
real estate sales, which have realized '
within a short time over half a mil
lion. Tuaothv seed, frcsb at Hoefler's
I'll nip Irrigation.
Mr. Johnny Hurt wa,s in the city
yesterday from his ranch IS miles
south of Tuceou, on the Santa Cruz.
Mr. Hart ha-t commenced to reclaim n
' lhru Ir.inl r( I .Mil t.i. nin.n. rt ....
to be supplied from a well by pump-.
Ho put. in a pump last spring which
will rui-e 1000 gallons of water per
minute, and supply a sufficient quant
ity to tl d lorty ucrcs of laud per day,
but tlii- vv.is not deemed sufficient, and
a new pump hit liven ordered and is
now- Uing mnde. which will raise 4000
gillons of water per minute.
Mr. Hart has I! 10 acres of his land
now L'lcnrv 1 and ready for planting,
.iiiditvv.it iuteudtd to plant the en
tire tract this ear, but the manufact-
irer.- wire unable to build the new
pump in tune to get it here. Tins,
pump will cost alxiut ?."i,0(X) and the
freight, and Mr. Hart will be able to
operate it at a cost of about $5 per
day, and lie is sanguine that he can
supply water for his land in this way
at much l-'o- co-t than he would have
to pay for a like amount if under a
lie has a hundred photographs of
the work he has done about his pre-mi-en,
and the results attained. He
has a little over 2000 acres, and has a
large number of fruit trees growing
nicely, le-ides he ha raised experi
mental empt this year of pumpkins,
melon", bcan., goober peas, etc, etc.
He i- euthu-iii-tic on the pump irriga
tion propo-ition. Tucson Citizen.
( ii,-t Timr.
On and after Thursday, Xovember
2S, 1SS-0, stages will leave and arrive
Leave at S:lo a. in. to connect with
trains for Xogales, Bisbee and points
Arrive with mails from east and
west at 12 noon.
Leave at 1 :15 p. m. with mil to
connect with trains east -and west
Arrive from Nogales and points
-until a' -1 :30p in.
I his p w ier never vanes. A nvirvrl
l pj- 'y. atrerth and wholesonienrss
tore etonomi-al then the ordinary kinds
ti ' cannot be sold in competion with thr
. ultttude of lo test, short weight alum
r re osphate powders. Sold only in C3ns.
j i. Bakinr 1'owdjr Co., 106 Wall
- . N- Y
The Chamber of Torture.
N h" apartment to which the un
nappy sutierer from inflammatory
rlietimnti-m is confined. If, ere the
criris of pain is reached, that fine
preventive, Ho-tctter's Stomach Bit
.ers, is uil by persons of a rheumatic
it'iidviicy, much unnecessary suffering
is a.oided. Nervines, anodymw and
-"datives, while having none but a
eiecific etrcct, arc yet very desirable at
imes. Yet can they produce no Iat-
:ng eiTicl uj-on rheumatism, becau
b.cks at the outset a disease which,
if allowed to gain headway, it is next
u impo"-ible to di-lodge or to do more
than relieve. Rheumatism, it should
Imj remembered, is a disease with a
fatal tendency from ita proneneas to
attack the heart. A resort to the Bit
ters should, therefore, be prompt.
Dyspep-ia, kidney complaint, malaria
and nervousness are relieved by it.
Attrutiou, Wittdjiill Ami !
Parties desiring to purchase wim
mills will do well to 'investigate th
merits of the Aermotor, which is th
latest improva-d, bhowing an increa
of jxiwer of 35 j.t cent. A lt2-foo
wheel is giiar.tnt.-ed to do as n-ucl
work as any 10-foot wooden wheel it
the market. In a'l respects it repre
sents the latent improvements of in
veutive skill. For further iuformatioi
and circulars address Hoff,
Box 120, Tucson, Arizona. 9 2Ctf
Among the incident)- of childhood
that stand out in bold relief, us our
memory reverts to the days when we
were voting, none are more prominent
than severe sickness. The oung
mother vividly n members that it was
Chamberlain's Cough lJetnedy cured
her of croup, and in turn administer
jt to iK.r OJk- offymnj; and ulwaya
with the U-st success, tor sale, by H.
In the Justice Court of precinct No. One,
county of Cochise. Termor)- of Arizona.
Before John C. huton, a Just.ce of the
Otto Metchke, plaintiff, vs H. U. Maxson,
defendant. Action lor deU; complaint filed
in my ofneeand summons issued.
1 he Territory of Arizona scnd greeting:
Toll. li. Maxson, dtfenilant You are here
by sunimonpl anJ required to appear at my
o'rice, in Precinct No. One, county of l ochie.
Territory of Arizona, to answer the complaint
of plaintift", now on file. in my oftice, within
fiie days, -hould this summons le served upon
you in this precinct; if served upon you with
out this precinct, but within this county, ten
ilajs; oiherw ise w ithin twenty days (exclusive
of the day of service) from the day this sum
mons is served upon you.
This action i brought to recover a iu'iement
against you for the sum of $74.23 lor work
am! services performed (or you at your re
quest, as alleged in plaintiffs complaint now
on file in my omce, to w hich you arc referred
for further particulars, and costs of suit; and
you are hereby nouhed that should you fail to
appearand answtr within the time stated in
this summons the plainti!! will apply to the
court for a judgment against yoa lor said de
mand and all costs.
CmenunJer my hand at my oftice in said
pircinct this :iih iia 01 October, 1SS9.
Jon-. C. Easto,
030-3W Justice of the Peace.
By virtue of an execut.on issued out of Jus
tice lohn C Kstons Coun, cf Pri&ntt No. 1,
county of ( incise, leriitory of Arizona, dated
the 21 day of October, 1839. in a certain ac
tion wherein Amelia Tuquet, as s-Lunuff, recov
ered judgment against frank Frary, defendant,
for One Hundred and Eight dollars dtbt, ard
fourteen and 41100 dollars, costs of suit, on
the 21st day of October. 1839, I hate Is.-.ed
upon the following desenbed prop-rty, fr-wit:
1 11st, on a certain mining location cr el-am in
the Tombstone Mining district Inown as the
ISue .Mineral mine, situated about e.o rm'es
south of Tombstone; st-cond, on ele-.'n s-iris of
"re at the mine, third, on. said rranlc Frarr's
interest in ih- partnership o- z ocut'en known
as the Undeitaker Voaaiion of thr aty of
Noiif is hereby ivrn thit on Vednediy.
fl".s. I3ih day of cvtmtxr. 1889. at 12 o'clock
1. ot that day in front o. ihd Court Ho.se in
the c tv of Tc bs one. cour.tv of Cochise, I
will sell nil the riihl. title ni mtrrrst ot Frank
Krar) in and to the al-os? dt-vcribed piop-ny, at
public auction, tor tash in hand, to Ih hietest
and best bidder, 10 satisfy said exe-ution and
Dated at Tombstone ie 22! diyot October,
1809. .5 T. CAKR, Con.'lable.
By virtut- of an execution isvi-d cut rf Justice
lohn C. Katon's I curt 01 No 1 I'ltonct.
county of Cochi'e, l--rntcr)r of Aiuoua, died
the 22d day of October, iS3o', in a cenam acticn
wheie-.nAn.elia I liquet, as p! inl.lf. r. o-ver, d
judgment against 1 homas twij, de er.rint. for
INincty-nine Uolars tot, ard rou teen and
40-100 dollars, costs f u t. en I'cil 1 cay of
October, 1889. I hate leurd uocn tie followirg
descrited ropeity, towit: First, ou a certain
mining location orcl mi intli loiutStorr Mm
mi disir.ct Lnownas Blue Minei it m'ne. -itu-
atrd about two mitts s-u h of '1cm stone, sec
ond, on elesen sai.kso ore at the mine, lb id,
or said T!.orii-s Frary s mttrest in ihe ani er
ship or association known as the Undertakers'
Association of the Cny of 1 1 mb ton-.
Notice is hereby given th t on Wednesday,
the ijth dayof Nov mb r, 189 ai 12 odock vi.
of that day. in front o the Coun House in the
a:y of Tombstone cr unty of I cs.ti.s--. 1 w.U
eli all the right, title aid interest of Tho mat
Frary in and to the aTove".de cntd propeity at
public auction, for cash in hand, to the highest
and best bidder, lo -ausfy said execution and
Dated at Tvmbslonr the 22J day of October,
AUCN STRtET, OPPOSITE 0. K. CORRAL.
FEARY & Co,. Managers.
The largest and finest stock of Underukire
Gc-ods ia Arizona. We are prepared to do all
work in our tine in a fir-t class manner. ALL
OUR WORK GUARANTEED.
Or temporanly preserved at a trifling
expense for shipment,
SitisfictioQ Ghea in All Respects.
Orders left at the O. K. Stable
reciive prompt attention.
illu wiikis. morn usam.