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TOMBSTONE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, -SATURD AT, JULY 14,1888.
THE COUNTRY EDITOR'S WIFE. J OU bare heard of the country editor' life, With Its care and worry and doubt, Of the shabby genteel of his seedy clothes, Of his diamond pins, and his calm repose, His happiness, money and gout. But say, have you heard of the editor's1 wife? Of that silent co-partner, who, With a blending of sentiment, beauty and skill. With temperate knowledge, with tact and will. The whole of his labor can do? It is she who embroiders the garments w ora By the editor's hard old chair, Now dressed with cushions, soft and neat, And trimmed up with tidies and ribbons sweet, Which once was so poor and so bare. If the eMltor's sick, or away, or behind. In need of more hands and more haste, Bhe directs his wrappers so they can be read, And writes his leaders right out of her head, And willingly makes his paste. Bhe reads the magazines, papers and books, As the cradle she softly rocks; While the editor sits in his easy chair. With bis fingers thrust in his tangled hair, Bhe quietly mends his socks. Then she reads the ads. with the editor, , Just to find what each has paid. "But the column ad. of the Jeweler, there," So ho says, "and the harness, and human hair, Must be taken out in trade 1" She wears the corsets he gets for ads.. And rattles his sewing machine; She uses the butter, and eggs, and things. The country subscriber so faithfully brings, With a cheerfulness seldom seen. But her life so full of merry delight, lias one dark cloud, alas I Though she shares his ticket to circus and play, To lecture, and negro mtnistrels gay. She can't use his railroad pass 1 When time hangs heavy on his hands, Bhe beguiles the hours away, With Joke and laughter, music and song. And pleasant talk, and thus ripples along The whole of each leisure day. Oh, who would exchange this sweet content, This simple and trusting life, For that of a queen of royal birth For the happiest woman on all this earth, Is the country editor's wife I New York Sun. Anglomania With a Vengeance. I thought anglomanla would hardly get past the Rockies, but it is hero and rampaut. Still he was, I think, an Oakland man. They have several English tastes in Oakland, after the people get back from San Fraiiciw:o.' If New York can beat this anglomanla, let it. There does not seem to be anything we don't reach the top notch in right away in Cali fornia. It was 4 o'clock in the afternoon, and he got out of his choir and began to yawn. "Well, good night I'm going to bed." "What? It's "illy 4 o'clock." "Yaas, my deah boy; but it's midnight in London, dont chef know!" San Francisco Chronicle. Trained Down Too Fin. r. Landlady (to Dumley) You are not look ing very well of late, Mr. Dumley. I think you ought to take more exercise. Dumley (struggling with his steak) There Is such a thing, Mrs. Hendricks, as too much exercise. The Epoch. Conscientious Scruples. Obadiah, of Fifth avenue (to Mrs. Obadiah) Aren't you going to church this morning, my dear? Mrs. O. No; I'm compelled to stay at home. Parker says the footman is sick. Fancy how it would look driving to church without a footman ou the box I Mr. O. Why don't you tako a stage Mrs. O. Because I think it is downright wicked that the stages are permitted to rua on Sunday, Life, How to Removo Spots. An Austin youth, whose income is not quite as extensive os that of Vanderbilt's, got a large ink spot on his coat. He asked a friend how the stain could be removed. "You can get a chemical preparation for twenty-live cents. Just boak the spot with It, and it will come out." "I guess I had better soak the wholo coat. I can got 14 by soaking the coat." Texas Sifting! Xjuly Chaperons for Lady Tourists. This Is a new thing, but the wonder is it was not thought of before. Why should not a corporation have and exhibit an In terest in the moral safety and intellectual pleasures of its patrons? It is well known that sharpers and scamps aro on the cars everywhere, ready to take advantage of the unprotected and uninformed. There is an Increase of women travelers, and this lady chaperon, thoroughly posted on all matters of interest, will contribute in no small degree to their getting the full value of their touis. There aro also thousands of men traveling over interest ing routes, who would be only too glad to pay liberally a "guide" or imparter of in formation. Here is a capital Held for shrewd fellows with less dollars than knowledge. Globe-Democrat. English as she is spoke sounds funny to a foreigner when you hit him with some thing like "I will come by and by to buy a'olcjclo. Physician's Wife Are jour affairs in very bad shapo, John) Physician Very; but I hope to pull through. My creditors havo extended my paper to tho middle of the watermelon tenson. New York Sun. Mineral Surveyor. U S Deputy Mineral Surveyor and City Engineer, surveys, maps and reports on mines a specialty All work per formed at reasonable prices'. Land surveys and applications made promptly. Best of references given H. B. Maxson, Office 316 Filth St. Tombstone, Ariz. raev i . .-j Ml LtiiiL fiSW DR. FLINT'S IE ART REMEDY Taku it in Tims. pn" "of fflSr, "hi countenance is anxious, and who li ulject to ipsllt el lalntness, is llab'.j to suiUen death from heart disease. Let hl.n tako Dr. Fust's Hum ItuusT before It Is too lite. 1 Apoplexy. J, r'.exy, which Is Tid VYtMv'u IT.a.v TtvMvur would Lais pnncnicd ln&nr cues of Ape- I J WU1W1 IS USUtMi.T UVIIUIUVUI MfW4 wawvww ci tne neon, it uuca wnen or any ubwun lions wro felt. Blessing of Sleep. J&38REESZ t, ho finds himself or herself unable to sleep nights, Is c a Invaluable medicine, which will net only procure fie blcaalnj of sleep, but will prevent a genet! breaking down of the rystem. At Druggist, $1.50. Detcrlptlvo treatise with eaoh bottle ; or address HAMBURG FIGS. There Is no remedy which can rhal Hamburg Flgi for the cure of habitual constipation, indices, ti.m and slck.headache. Their t-tlon Is as prompt and efficient as tkeir taste la 1 loasant. 25 cents. At all Druggists ; or address J. J. MACK & co.; 4 nsct H Front Bt.. Ban Francisco, Cat, Ranch for Sale at a Bargain. Any person desiring to purchase a ranch in Cochise County, con taining about 50 acres of land un der fence, with plenty of water for irrigating the same, can learn of a great bargain by applying at this office. It is a place well worth $5000, but can be bought for $2000. The claim is 160 acres, and out lying is an excellent stock range, with abundance of water. G. R. WATT. C. a TARBELU Watt & Tarbell, Undertakers No. 418 Allen Street. (Next door to Hare Pace's Livery Stable.) UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING In all its'Branchs, Preparing and Re moving bodies promptly attended to . Orders filled on short notice from any part of the County. Night orders can be left at Hare & Page's Livery Stable. The treatment of many thousands of cases of those chronlo weaknesses and distressing ailments peculiar to females, at the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., has afforded a vast experience in nicely adapt ing; and thoroughly testing remedies for the ouro of woman's peculiar maladies. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is the outgrowth, or result, of this great and valuable experience. Thousands of testimo nials, received from patients and from physi cians who have tested it la the mora aggra vated and obstinate cases which bad baffled their skill, prote It to be the most wonderful remedy ever devised for the relief and cure of suffering1 women. It is not recommended as a "oure-all." but as a most perfect Specific for woman's peculiar nil. Tien ts.' A a powerful. Invigorating tonic, it Imparts strength to the whole system, and to the womb and its appendages in particular. For overworked, "worn-out," "run-down," debilitated teachers, milliners, dressmakers, seamstresses, "shop-girls," house keepers, nursing mothers, and feeble women generally, Dr. Pleree'g Favorite Prescription is the greatest earthly boon, being unequaled as an appetizing cordial and restorative tonic. As a soothing and strengthening nervine. "Favorito-Prescription" Is une qualed and is invaluable In allaying and sub duing nervous excitability, Irritability, ex. hnustlon, prostration, hysteria, spasms and other distressing,' nervous symptoms com monly attendaut upon functional and organlo disease of the womb, it induces refreshing sleep and relieves mental anxiety and de spondency. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a legitimate medicine, carefully compounded by an experienced and skillful physician, and .adapted to woman's delicate, organization. It is purely vegetable in its composition and perfectly harmless In its effects In any condition of tho system. For morning sickness, or nausea, from whatever cause arising, weak stomach, indigestion, dys- Sepsla and kindred symptom?, its use, in small oses, will prove very beneficial. "Favorite Prescription lsaposU tlve cure for the most complicated and ob stinate cases of leucorrhea, excessive flowing, painful menstruation, unnatural suppressions, prolapsus, or falling of tho womb, weak back, " female weakness," anteversion. retroversion, bearing-down sensations, chronlo congestion, Inflammation and ulceration of the womb, in flammation, pain and tenderness In ovaries, accompanied with " internal heat." As a regulator and promoter of func tional action, at that critical period of change from girlhood to womanhood, "Favorite Pre scription "is a perfectly safe remedial agent, and can produce only good results. It la equally efficacious and valuable in its effects when taken for those disorders and derange ments incident to that later and most critical period, known as " The Change of Life.' "Favorite Prescription." when taken in connection with the use of Dr. Pierce's Oolden Medical Discovery, and small laxative doses of Dr. Pierce's Purgative Pellets (Little Liver Pills), cures Liver, Kidney and Bladder diseases. Their combined use also removes blood taints, and abolishes cancerous and scrofulous humors from the system. "Favorite Proscription" is the only medicine for women, sold by druggists, under a positive guarantee, from the manu facturers, that It will give satisfaction in every case, or money will be refunded. This guaran tee has been printed on the bottle-wrapper, nnd faithfully carried out for many years. Largo bottles (100 doses) $1.00, or six bottles for $5.00. ' For large, illustrated Treatise on Diseases of Women (1G0 pages, paper-covered), send ten cents In stamps. Address, World's Dispensary Medical association, 603 Wain SL, IIUFFAI.O, N. The Epitaph is turning out as superior a class of .commercial job work, such as bill heads, letter heads, statements, etc., as can be procured any where. It is neatly put' in pads, without extra charge'. Call and see samples ffg& f 43y ujpsjasBSsJ -' i "I . n i -lu Ulffininil!!,.r.i.M.i),m.:i,..,," n. , w ,i,l DWICHT'S SODA THE COW BRAND. TO DELICIOUS BISCUITS or WHOLESOME BREAD USE D wight's Cow-Brand Soda-Saleratus. ABSOLUTELY PURE. ALWAYS UNIFORM AND FULL WEIGHT. Be sure that there is a picture of a Cow on your package and you will have tho best Sod i made. 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We refer you to Adams Express Company's Boston office, the largest express compmy in America; they will be better able to tell you how we do business than any one, as we are doing a large business with them daily. $250 Reward. The above reward will be paid for the arrest and conviction of any person or persons unlawfully handling any of my stock. Brand H Q on left hip. H. W. Hasselgren. Charleston.A.T. iel2-lv &2r 6,000,000 people use ITl' J O.M.FERRY&CO. I 1 NrwBl?v are admitted tobethe tnXsm Largest Seedsmen I JKrTkviB In the world. I MftS&OlW D'H-FEIRYfcCO'S I BputPXK&Mk IlluntrMMl, Vncrlp. mrl ri vKfffvtfllB tlTo kb1 Triced ANNUAL For 1883 will ha mulled FREE TO ALL applicants, and to last Beaaon's customers with out ordering it. Invaluabletoall. Every person irsras Carden.FleldwFlower 'O CT C nOiaoald lead for OCCUO It. AJdreia D. M. FERR Y 4.CO.,Detrolt1iyjlch, HEADQUARTERS FOR SPORTING GOODS. Our Standard marked back cards are easy to learn. Mailed with instruc tions, one pack. $1.35; 3 packs, $3. Sens! stamp for rew price list of advantage articles. 'I he N. I. Card Co., Box 104, Oswego, N. Y. WANTED. FOR TOMBSTONE AND vicinity, a young or middle aced lady, to cinvass for holiday books; our books are the most salable in the market, and the coinm's sions we give are very liberal. Experience in the business is not essential, as we give full in structions. Address, Perry Pub, Co , Denver, Colo. BiLjyfi li Ay A TsS5iZyi IT l MAKE pwicH-rs71 IEnATUSVj OBBERS CHICAGO. ILLS. These revolvers are an exact duplicate of the celebrated SMITH & WESSON. .38 Caliber, using Centre-Fire Cartridges. Gun Deafen everywhere. PIRE ASMS 00, Hew Haven, Conn. Rifle nflo md. Perfect fiend for .tm-AfciHa U New Haven Conn. PAPER AND BRASS. Send for Price List of these tools to Box 1 064 G. Kxw HiiTBzr. Gosv. P PROFESSIONAL CARDS. PHYSICIAN, SURGEON AND ACCOU- cher. Office 106 Fourth street near Tough- DR. E. C. DUNN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE on Fifth street, between Fremont and Safford. DR. W. V. FETTERMAN, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND Surgeon. Ofhie corner of Sixth and Fre mont streets, Tombstone, Arizona.- WILLIAM HERRING. HOWARD F. HERRING. HERRING & HERRLNG, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT Law, Toughnut street, Tombstone, Aril. W. H. STILWELL, A TTORNLY AND COUNSELOR AT Law, Fourth street, Tombstone, A, T. ALLEN R. ENGLISH, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT Law, up stairs in County Court House, "tombstone, A. T. JOHN C. EASTON, JUS1ICE OF THE PEACE, NOTARY Public and Conveyancer. Office in Occi dantal Hotel, Allen street Tombstone, A. T. HENRY G. HOWE, UNITED STATES DEPUTY MINERAL Surveyor, Tombstone, Arizona. Member ol the American Institute of Mining Engineers. Attention given to the care of mines lor non resident owners and corporations. The best of reference given. Correspondence solicited. W. D. SHEARER, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. OFFICE on Fourth street, opposite Occidental Hotel, Tombstone, A. T. DR. WARNEKROS, D ENTIST. OFFICE CORNER FIFTH and frremont streets, Tombs'one, Ariz. CHAS. D. REPPY, -TOTARY PUBLIC, EPITAPH OFFICE, 11 Tombstone, A. T. Marks & Wittig s Tonsorial Palace. OCCIDENTAL HOTEL. Hair-cutting, Shaving, Sham pooing in the highest style of the art. Surprise yourself at G. . Kotiler's cheap as dirt. RUBBER HANDLE. H 1A1 ti Ink lap UNION NEWS DEPOT OO AND- Goods Sold at Country Orders Filled Reliably and Promptly. BIGGEST IN DRY GOODS, ETC. To be Had Only at PALACE FTFTHST., BET. FEEMONT AND ALLEN. JOSEPH HOEFLER, DEALElt IN General Merchandise TENTS, WAGON COVERS, MINING SUPPLIES, ETC. Corner of Fifth and -THE BEST SPRING WAGONS, BUGGIE -AND- ROAD CARTS Send for Catalogue and Price List. T5h Bftos. -Wagon Co., r- KAOINE K.S3 Lowest Figures. BARGAINS STORE. g& Fremont Streets. WIS. immm t : ' Proclamation of Reward. Tpkki---of Arizona EAtClTlVF. UK... I'ARTMF.NT, NT. J. K.N OR. J Oujtfh ofAik Governor Si;' To all to Whom e Presents may Come, Greeting: Whereas, 1 am informed that Willis Brown was brutally murdered in Pinal county, Arizsca, at a point on the east side of Ramirez's Ranch, situated about one and one-quarter miles from Picicho station, S P. R. R., on the nirjht of the 29th of December, A. D. 1887. Now, therefore , C. Mey r Zulick, Governor of the Territory of Arizona, by virtue of the authority in me ested, do herrtjy effer and pro claim a reward of five hundred ($500) dollars, for the arrest and conuction of the pel son or persons committing said murder. In witness whereof, I have set my hand .and caused the Great Seal of the. Ter SEALj ritory to be affixed hereto. Done at Prescott, the Capital, this 17th day of March. A. D. 1888. C. MEYER "ZULICK. By the Governor : Wm. C Foster, Acting Secretary of the Territory. Governor's Proclamation TERRITORY OF ARIZONA,) ExtcuTivK Department, Office of tub Gover nor. To all to whom these Presents may Come Greet ing: WhFrras, I am informed that Cyms Grib ble, the Superintendent of the Vulture mine, find his guard, John Johnson and Charles Doo httle, were brutally murdrrel by seme unknown person or persons, about eighteen miles from Vulture, nnd near Nigger We'ls, Maricopa county, Arizona, on the night of the 19th Inst, while en route to Plienix. T Now, therefore, I, C. Meyer Zulick, Govern o' the Territory of Arizona, by virtue of the authurily in me vested, do hereby offer and pro claim a reward of five hundred dollars for the arrest and conviction of the person or persons committing said murder. In witness thereof, I have hereunto st my hand acd caused the Great Seal 'of the Territory to be hereto affixed. (seal) Done at Prescott, -the Capital, this Twenty first day of March, A. D. 1887. C. MEYER ZULICK. By the Governor: Wm C. Fostfr, Acting Secretary of the Territory. 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