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TIIK PITH Ay It POINT OF tfi'KKYTHINO CUHItKST. Points Jotted Down By Our Reporters, ho Aie Always on the AUn't for An 3 Item of Mows That May Transpire. Mrs. Broderick was burittd thin af ternoon. New advertisements continue to come in. Sixteen cases of new holiday goods just received ut Sunimerfield Bros, d-1 Ben Baron is fitting up a new bar ber shop in the Occidental hotel. Two feet of snow in rensylvunia,and Jans iii uic in Arizona. Zephers, yarns, and all kinds of fancy good, at the New Stre. Havana Lillies, the best in the city at Fortlouis'. Fine Teas and Co ffecj 8 apecialty at R. P. Mansfield's. Ladies plain ana embroidered flan nel underwear, at the New York Store. Have you seen the show windows of Seaman & Son. 11-18 Dyar & Baldwin have a line lot of live Thanksgiving turkeys. 11-19 Fred Smith is the traveling agent and correspondent of the Epitaph. Fred ii a good man for this work. Chas. Shibell took his departure this morning for Guadalupe canyon where he is running a sutler's store. As will be seen by telegrams in an other column, the Indians sre still keeping up their human slaughter. Don't pass the Fifth street News Depot, but come in and examine the stock. 12-1 Summerfield Bros, have the best display of holiday goods in Toml stor.e. 12-1 Do not forget that Summerlield Bros, have everything new for the holidays. 12-1 Our stock of boots and shoes are the finest this side of San Francisco, ill, UIII4IWH.41IVC4 w. . "Klite." Mr. Joseph Hoeller ia confined to his bed with an attack of the pneu monia. The Indian news is becoming very alarming as will be seen by our dis patches published elsewhere. Large numbers of citizens have bean in constant attendance in front of our bulletin. Patrick O'DounM, an old miner and resident of this camp, died last even ing. His funeral will take place to morrow, Mr. Hugh Hagerty, well known in this city, who has Ieen absent in So nora for several months, returned from there to-d.ir. Miss Minnie IUfferty ia now in charge of the millinery store formerly conducted by Mrs. Niebaker, and is selling out at cost in order to close out the business. Mrs. Broderick who lived on Fre mont street near Sheiffelin Hall died suddenly last evening at her residence. She leaves two bright little girls en tirely destitute. The fire department will attend the funeral of the late MrwD. B. Iminel in a body, she having been an honor ary member of the Tombstone Engine Company. Mayor Thomas came up the street this morning with his face wreathed with smiles, and a grin that reached ground the back of his neck. When be could get his breath he stated in .answer to our question, asking him -what the matter was, we have got a little daughter down at our house, and it came about five o'clock this morn ing. The Erie Cattle Company started a Jargc drove of cattle from their ranch ibis morning for Willcox, where they will be. loaded on the cars and shipped to Kansas City for beef. Quite a large force of men are with the herd, so that in case Indians are met wjth they will be able to stand them off. Death of Sir, linniel. It becomes our sad duty to announce the death of Mrs. D. B. Iminel, pro rietor of the Palace Lodging House, which occurred at tint o'clock this morning. Mrs. Iinmel has not been feeling well for the past three or four weeks, but nothing serious was ex pected or thought of, and when her death was announced this morning, her numerous friends in this city weie startled and could hardly credit the fact. Mrs. 1 nni) el is well known in this city where she has run the Palace Lodging House for a number of years. She was a whole souled and a large hearted ldy, always ready to lend as sistance to those in need or distress. She was an honorary member of the Tombstone Engine Company having been made such on account of her kindness and uttention to injured lire men, after the second big lire that visited this city. Her pleasant face and kindly word will be missed by the many friends who knew and loved her. The Daily Tombstonk in com mon with a host of friends extends the most heartfelt sympathy to the almost distracted husband. The an nouncement of the funeral will appear in to-morrow morning's paper. coi.wrv kkcoitos. The following instruments have been filed in the office of the County Rec order: AFFIDAVIT Of Jas. A. Hart as to amount of cattle slaughtered by him at Dos Ca bczas for the month of November. Of Chas. Anshutz and Geo. Eddie man as to doing the assessment work for 1885 on the Keystone mine, War ren district. BKAND Of Thos. J. Turner of M. T. on cat tle. Attention EDg;Ine Co. There will be a special meeting of your company this evening at 7 :30 o'clock, to make arrangements to at tend the funeral of Mrs. D. B. Immel, an honorary member of this company. I. M. Isaacs, Foreman. Attention ltci'ui'N. You arc hereby noticed to attend a meeting of the Kescue Hose company this evening at 7:30 o'clock. G. S. Bradshaw, President. We were in error yesterday when we statod that Lieutenant Maus had had a brush with the renegades in the Dragoons. It should have read like this: Lieutenant Maus is in com mand of a portion of Captain Craw ford's scouts, and is situated in the Middle pas of the Dragoons. He stated that the Indians who made the last raid were eleven in number and are supposed to be the same ones that were hanging around San Carlos and Fort Apache trying to get their squaws. Last week near San Carlos they killed six White Mountain In dians, when Sanchez, a White Moun tain chief got a lot of his tribe to gether and followed and overtook the renegades and killed one and wounded another, the one that was killed wai a son of Juak. The wounded renegade stated that the renegades would hang round until they killed Chatto, as he stood in with the scouts. The scouts that are now out arc Mohaves, Yumas and White Mountain Indians. After the news of the killing reached Sail Carlos, Chatto went to the telegraph office at Bowie and told them that they wanted to strike the trail of the renegades and stay with it until they killed the last renegade for their own posessions and families at San Carlos would never be safe. Lieut. Maus says that when the White mountain In dians learned of the killing of six of their number by the renegades they became frenzied with rage, and he thinks '.hat the scouts will never let up until the last hostile has bit the dust. He has not yet struck the trail of the renegades but thinks that he will drop on the renegades while in the Dragoons. Mr. E. Swift came in from Soldier Holes this afternoon and reports that four Indians came out of the Dragoon mountains this morning and struck across the valley for the Mule moun tains as fast as their horses would carry them. He states that two of their horses were shod and two were unshod. He also states that while going to Soldier Holes yesterday he crossed a trail of about seven or eight Indians going into the Dragoons this side of Antelope Springs. The trail was very fresh and he followed it up a short distance and found a blanket that they had lost and took it on with 1 him t Soldier Holes. MORE BLOOD. The :! tr IIm Kill Men Craw- loi-il. Nlii'riir of Graham County, and two Other Citizen Killed ."Veur Nolomon- ville, lit Oralittm County. --Courier lire Heine Kent out lu nil Directions, and I'timllie are Fleeing; to the Settlement Tor I'rotevtion - Fire American Citizen Killed Since our Ijiiht Report Insist ict. Willcox. Dec. 2, 1885. Editor Tomh&tone : 3 p. m. More bloodshed. Indians killed Ben Craw ford, Sheriff of Grahaia county and two other men near Solmoiiville, this morning. Men, women and children are lleeing in all directions. Couriers are being sent out in all directions to warn the people. Indians are all broken up in bands of fifteen and twenty and no one is safe at this hour. W. S. Davis. Willcox, Dec. 2, 1885. Editor Daily Tombstone: The body of the little loy who was mur dered by Indians near San Carlos was brought here this morning at 2 o'clock. The mother fainted away at the sight and is yet unconscious. Medical aid was soon administered, but it is feared that she will never recover. W. S. Davis. Willcox, Dec. 2, 1885. Editor Daily To.miistone: Two more pioneers of Arizona have been made victims by Crook's pets. The Wright brothers who live at San Jose, on the Gila, were killed yeiterday at 4 o'clock. W. S. Davis. We received a call this morning f i om Messrs. Hanna and McGowan of the Cliirirahna mountains. Mr. Mc Gowan is the gentleman who was shot by Indians at Morse's canyon two months ago to-day. Mr. McGowan states that he was at work in his gar don cutting a ditch when he heard a shot and felt a btinging pain in his bieast. lie then attempted to run for his horse to escape when he saw an Indian with his gun drawn down on him and he jumped behind a tree. By this time he was so weak from lots of Mood that he Had to lav down. After he had lain there a few minutes two Indians came up to him and turned him over and rifled his pockets taking therefrom thirteen dollars, remarking at tho same time "Lie still John." They then went to the house and broke down the doors and stole his saddle and bridle, gun and pistols and his blankets, and some coffee and sugar and then departed in great haste. Mr. McGowan then crawled to his nearest neighbors, and word was sent to the post surgeon to come to his assistance, which he refused to do, and a courier was sent to Bowie to the acting sur geon at that place, who arrived on Sunday, and Mr. McGowan was shot on Friday. For this he charged him thirty-five dollars. - Mr. McGowan feels sure that it was rcouts that shot him, and says that one of them spoke good English. Mr. McGowan's wounds are just healed, and when he bared his breast today and showed them to us, it made our blood boil to think of our settlers being so exposed to these murderous pets of the government, and that we can get no relief from that govern ment. Mr. McGowan states that on the 26th of laat month he and another man were going up the canyon with two teams, bis companion being in the rear ef him when he saw two Indians. They at once sent word to an officer who is stationed in the mountains with some colored troops and Indian scouts. When they arrived the scouts were shown the mocasin tracks of the Indians which were not an hour old, they repudiated the idea that they were Indians, and said they were made by whitemen's boots with the heels knocked off, and the officer was very indignant to think that he had been forced to come from his comfort- 'Table quarters on a wild goose chase, and continued to search no further. Mr. McGowan states that he believes there are Indians there in the moun tains, all the time, as gun shot are heard very often, and fresh mocasin tracks are seen very often.. a pi:rso.ai, caku. A Matter In Which the Public Should Have u Deal ol Intercut. Tq thk Readers of ' The Daily Tombstone: Why does the government spend so much money and risk so many lives in trying to capture the counterfeiter? " Suppose he does counterfeit gov ernment bonds and notes, surely the government is rich enough to stand any loss his act may confer !" But the individual citizens could ill afford to be put to continual financial loss if such desperadoes were let go unwhipped of justice. It is only the valuable thing that is counterfeited; it is only in the light of purity and virtue that impurity and vice can be known. No one in these days would counterfeit a Confederate bond or note. People who commit fraud always do it by simulating the highest virtue; by preying on the cleanest reputation, by employing the fair name of virtue with which to give respectability to vice. Let us explain: Seven or eight years ago, so we have been informed many times in public prints, a New York state gentleman was pronounced, as many millions have heen pro nounced before, incurably sick of an e.itroini- disorder. By suggestions which he believed were provideiilnl, he was led to the use of a preparation which had been for several years em ployed by a select few physicians in New York city and one or two other prominent places. The result was that he was cured, he whom doctors without number and of conceded abil ity said was incurable. Having se cured possession of the formula, "ab solutely and irrevocably," he deter mined to devote a portion of his accu mulated wealth to the manufacture and sale of this remedy for the benefit of the many who suffer as he .suffered, in apparent hopelessness. In less than three years, so tremendous became the demand for this remedv and so exalted the reputation, that he was obliged for his purposes to erect a laboratory and warehouse containing four and a quarter acres of flooring and filled with the most approved chemical and manufacturing devices. Probably there never was a remedy that has won such a meritorious name, such exteaordinary sales and has accomplished so much good for the race. Unprincipled Parties, "who flourish only upon the ruin of others," saw in this reputation and sale an opportun ity to reap a golden harvest, (not legitimately, not honorably) for which purpose they have made imitations and substitutions of it in every sec tion of the country, and many drug gists, who can make a larger profit on these imitation goods, often compro mise their honor by forcing a sale upon the unposted customer. Yes, undoubtedly the manufacturers could well afford to ignore such in stances of fraud so far as the effect upon "themselves" is concerned, for their remedies have a constant and unremitting sale, but they feel it to be "their duty to warn the public" against such imitations and substitutions, non- secret and otherwise. The individual who buys them and the public who countenances their sale alone suffer in mind, body and estate therefor. The authors of some of these fraudulent practices have been prose cuted and sent to prison for their crimes, but there is another class who claim to know the formula of this remedy and one Sunday school jour nal, we are told, has prostituted its high and holy calling so far as to ad vertise that for twenty-live cents it will send all new subscribers a tran script of the Warner formula! This formula, by the wav, must be a won derfully kaleidoscopic affair, for there is hardly a month passes when some paper is not issued which pretends to give the only correct formula! The manufacturers inform us that they would be perfectly willing that the public should know what the true formula of Warner's safe cure is, (none that have been published are anything like it), but even if every man, woman and child in the United States were as familiar with this form ula as with their A B C's "they could not compound the remedy." The method of manufacture is a secret. It is impossible to obtain the results that are wrought by this remedy if one docs not have the perfect skill ac quired only by years of practice for compounding and assimilating the simple elements which enter into its composition. The learned Dr. Foster, the honored head of Clifton Springs sanitarium, once said that having roughly an alyzed this remedy he recognized that that the elements that composed it were simple, but he attributed the secret of its power to the method of its compounding, and this method no one knows except the manufacturers and no one can acquire it. Our advice to our readers, thereiorc, cannot be too strongly emphasized. As you would prefer virtue to vice, gold to dross, physical happiness to physical misery, shun the imitator and refuse thereby to lend your aid financially to those who seek to get, by trading upon another's reputation and honesty, a sale for wares and goods which on their merits are fit only to be rejected as tho veriest re fuse. You can neither afford to patronize such jeople nor can you af ford to take their injurious compounds into your system. When you call for Warner's Safe Cure see that the wrap per is "black with white letters and the wrapper and iabel bear I imprint of "an iron safe," the ti an trade maq, and that a safe is "blown in the back of the bottle" and that n pel feet "lc promissory note stamp" is over the cork. You can't be imposed on if you observe these cautions. We have the high' st respci .'or the remedy we have mentioned and the highest regard for the manufacturers, and we cannot too highly commend their dignified and considerate tone in relation to those who would traduce their fair name and ruin the best in terest of the public in such matters. Itiihc to Evcupe. Bennet and Collister, the stage rob bers, had a sham fight in their cell last evening, and the former lustily appealed to the inside guard, Mr. Bry sou, for assistance, claiming that his partner was killing him. Bryson philosophically replied that he could kill and be "blanked," but that the cell would not be opened. The sud denness with which this announcment put an end to the hostilities aroused suspfeion and this morning Deputy United States Marshal Mills entered the cells and made a close inspection of the prisoners, and, as he expected, found that they both had succeeded in cutting their shackles. The irons of Bennett were cut through the joint and could "scarcely be seen,whilc those of Collister, which were severed in a more prominent place, were neatly covered with soap. These men are becoming desperate, but it is scarcely probable that they will be able to devise a plan to evade the vigilance of the officers of the jail. Gazette. Mr. J. D. Kenncar came up from his ranch yesterday. Fresh Sonora oranges, 35 cents a doen at Dyar & Baldwin. 12-2 Messrs. Leo Korner and B. H. Peterson were to-day discharged from insolvency in the County Court. Holiday goods arriving every day at the Fifth street New Depot. If you don't wish to buy, come in and takea look anyway. 12-1 Just received, a tine line of cash meres and camels hair, at Summer field Bros. Holidays! Summerfield To the Front, -:o: As we have concluded to reduce our immense Stock of Goods such as Velvets, Silks, Plushes, Ca sinners, and Lc.Z Clothes. We will say for the benefit of our customers of Tombstone and vicinity that the REDUCED SALE will only lat till Christmas. Now is thj time for everybody to come and see us before purchasing elsewhere. In Clothing and Furnishing Goods We have never heretofore shown such a fine lot of goods as wc will at the presenB time. We can positively say a reduc tion of EIGHT DOLL AltS ON EVERY SUIT Which is Quite an Item. est boots jjxt shoes :F0Ii: Ladies- and Gentst, find Oliildi-en. We have the finest selection ever shown in Tombstone. Call and Examine our Goods Before Purchasing Elsewhere. SUMMERFIELD BROS l'lre. 'I'hisaftern -n at Imn four the- dangiiig . ' j l'u bell our fire depar' mens to make : for the corin'i f Bruce ..nd f struts from whence a dense 'clock tused i rush .cnth black sinok-wa 1'iisiiig. Frank Au-tin at once fastened the hose cart of the Res cue Hose company to his wagon and drove at break neck speed tothesewne of the fire. Mr. Cuiby, the wxpieso man, is deserving of a great deal of credit aim, for he fastoned the hose csit of the Engine company to his wagon and never spared hi horses until the tire was reachtd. Upon arriving at the scene of the con flagration it was found that the bake house of the Eclipse Bakery was en veloped in llames. The property was owned by J. M. Nash, who-e loss is about .tl.iOO, and no insurance. This is tha second time Mr. Nash has been burned out, having been one of the suffeiers of the big fire of 1881. For oysters in any and every style go to Cole's Oyster Parlors on Fifth street. Oysters by the can a specality. Booth's celebrated oysters in every style at the oyster parlors back of Yaples candy store. Mr. Laban Cole has just opened an oyster parlor in the cream rooms,back of Yaples candy store on Fifth street, where fresh oysters in every style can be procured. An AiM'oimiioduliiis: Conductor. "Do I have to go in there with all those cattle?" asked a stylishly dressed woman, with a dog in her arms, as she looked into a crowded passenger coach on a day train without a sleeper. "No, ma'am, you don't have to," re plied the conductor. "Well, what can I do: I don't see any other ear?" "Why ma'am, you can wait at the station here till that train on the sid ing goes, and then you can hsve a whole stock car to juureelf." She went in and sat down. Ex. Full Mock Bros. ill tiooN fm J4 at .F. Meters .t Holidays! Bros. , .