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PHIifWIHiii'imi'i'if ."- wwj wijn iiiiiiiiiiiiiii ihii'iwimiiiiiiii s 1L5( L u 4 trl 1 TV . SftSB? vSi'1lirt BrtiwiiBTOfcu. ..." " -- " . itaiWiMiiegBtjiiiiiwMfmryniininHT-iinrmiiii niiitiiimiiiin nMiiwnmimri EPITAPH. TUBLI8HED EVERY SUNDAY 8Y Eoitaph Publishing Co. Fsarti Street, btwea Ireaont aad Allen TuabtUs. Cochise CcectT. ArittB. TtM Tt kwt ema m mcop-wam lurrts. . Pbenlz has been laughing at the "Deestrick Skule" rendered bj local talent. Now Mexico's Commissioners to the "World's fair are actirely at work mak ing allotments for those who require space. What are oar commlstioners doing? At tho present rapid strides of surgi cal science soon no physical defect will be thought insurmountable. Long noses car be pared down without showing the marks of surgery and a case was recently reported of a set of Tery large and unshapely ears being trimmed and notched so that they be came the correct shape. Tux appropriation bill contains for support of Indiana in ArliOui nd 2Cew Mexico, an increase from $70,000 to 00,000 to enable the department to construct a new mill and other necss 'sary improvements at San Carlos agen cy and for additional support for White Mountain Apaches, at Fort Apache, Arizona. An Arizona cow that st raved over the line into Mexico and gave birth to a calf is in the same embarrassing fix as the Vermont turkey that flew over the border into Canada and hatched out her brood. In each case the JIc Kinley bill comes in to clap a tax on the offspring, in order to protect our native infant industries from foreign competition. Boston Herald. An unsualty large congregation was present at St. Paul's church last even ing to hear tho Rev. L. D. Mansfield's sermon, suggested by the assassination of Or. Willis, which was listened to with earnest attention, and a deep impression was evidently rnade. The speaker condemed the rash methods too common in frontier life, o! at tempting to redress wrongs by violence and not by appeal to the law and de nounced the excessive use of intoxicat ing drinks, which so often instigated crime. LINCOLN'S MELANCHOLY. SU Syjnpetbetle !(tan aod His Early 524fortiUie. Those who saw much of Abraham Xincoln daring the later years of his life, were greatly impressed with ths expres sion 01 profound melancholy his face 1 ways wore in repose. Mr. Lincoln was of a peculiarly gym pa thetic and kindly natnre. Those strong characteristics infiasneed, very happily, as It proved, his entire political career. They would not seem, at first glance, to be efficient aids to political success ; bat in the peculiar emergency which Lincoln, in the providence of God, was called to nL nn Teasel of common clay could pecaibly have become the "chosen of the "Ibota acquainted with him from boy hood knew that early griefs tinged hts whole life with eadness. Ills partner in tha sTccery business at Salem was "Uncle" Billy Green, of TaUma, ill., Fwho vatA at night, when customers were jew, to bold toe grammar wnne uncoin ncited his lessons. , It was to his sympathetic ear Lincoln to5d the story of 'his love for aweet Ann Stntlidge; and he, in return, offered what csmlorl ne coma wnen poor jum uieu, SSd T Jnroln'a neat heart nearly broke. - JOUr Ann died." says "Uncle" Billy, 'w m mfnrjnr nlffhf- whpTl tllB wind bleW the rain against the roof, Abe wosld act tharin the grocery, his elbows on his knees, his face in his htads,nd the tears runnis' through his fingers. X 'hated to see him feel ld,an' I'd say. Abe, don't cry ; an' ha'd look up an aay 'leant help it, Bill, the rain's a fcUin'onber." Toereare many who can.sympatJbUe with this ovwpowering RnL as they think of ft lost loved one, when "the rain's a fallinr on her." What adds C-nrrirt h ffrfef Dome times is ths thWht that the Tost one might have Fortsnate.rndwd, iaWiHUa Johnson of Corona, t.1., bu3der, who writes Jcnees, UGO: "last February, on re urniaz from church one night, ray dausbtcr complained of having a pain in - her ankle. The pain gradually extended nctn her entire limb was swoHec and rninfnl to the touch. We called a rL I.AflAMMfrl tried Warner's Safe Cure, from tho first she ...m . rwn7iT. RET UUUi u I s-rrimintlion. pronounced it disease of the kidneva of I,- rf.ninir. All we could do, did not JVft - -g- ' commencea 10 imprere. . . " fmenced taking it she could npt turn over - in bed, and coold jost move hd hands a -5lltUe, but to-day she is as well asahe tew was. I believe I owe lbs recovery 61 tny daughter to itaose." -nceivcV-The choicest brands mi Zinfandel, old Port wine yfab. Gotedel nrine, Angelica ; ad ft MB o oi cboies tfty ,'t Ho2x'i. Vp NEWS BY WIRE. A npeciai rrom lopesa, jvaneas, saysi Tho Bev. T, B. Foster, colored, who was candidate for auditor of state on the people's party ticket, has come from Ku. - City with twenty families of colored people from Feu. pr&rt7 Mississippi, en route to Han.iessy, Ok lahoma. The families number about 00 people. Mr Foster says: "This is only the beginning of a tremendous exodus of colored people from the south. Thousands of them will leave the southern states within the next sixty days. Specials to the Journal dated the second from Pine Bidge give more de finite rumors relathe to the reported hgbt between Ueneral Carrs com mand and the Indians in the Bad Lands. These would indicate that the troops had been driven back and a number killed, but cannot be consid ered authentic Scouts who have re turned from other hostile camps, how ever, bring anything but reassuring reports. The Indians will not listen to peace propositions. A small detach ment of troops have been sent to the scene of Monday's battle on Wounded Knee where ujny bodies of Indians slain remain. These will be either buriied on the ground or brought to the Agency. .Macbeth's " pearl top " and "pearl glass" lamp-chimneys do not break from heat, not one in a hundred; they break from accidents. They are made of clear glass as well as tough, as clear as crystal. They fit the lamps they are made for. Shape controls the draft; they are shaped right. Draft con tributes to proper combustion; that makes light; they im prove the light of a lamp. But they cost a dealer three times as much as common chimneys, and, as they do not break, he is apt to be anxious lest they stop his trade. Di minished sales and less profit are not agreeable to him. There are two sides to the question. Kaveatalkwithhim. Tttuoorc. GZ0.A.Mrn3&CO. Mr. J. F. Crowley one of the well known cattlemen 01 toe county it visiting Tombstone. i Notice of Assessment. HEAD CESTBE f AND TBANQCLTi ity Mining Company. Location of principal place of bnstness, San Frsnoisco California, location of work Tombstone mining district Cocbiee county, Arizona. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Board of Directors held on the 11th day of De cember 1890, an assessment No noe (!) of five (5) cents perjshsre. was levied npon the capital stock of the corpora uonpavsble immediately in United States cold coin to the secretary st the office of the company No 310 Pine St Booms 15 and 17 Sun Francisco Calif' ornia. Any stock npon which this as sessment shall remain unpaid on tor ICth day of January 1S9I will be dolin quest and advertised for sale at public suction and unless payment is made before will be sold on MONDAY tb 9th day of Febrnarr 1691. to psv the delinnrient assessment together with the cost of advertising and expsnse of sale. J. W. PEW, Secretary. Office No. 310 Pino street. Booms 15 and 17 San Francisco California, jfEAD CENTRE CONSOLIDATED it Mining Company. Locittion of principal place of business, San Fran cisco California, location of works, Tombstone Mining District Cochise, Arizona, Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the board of directors held on the I2th day of December 1800 an assessment. No 5 of Ihreo cents (3 per share was levied npon tho capital stock of the corporation, payable im mediately in United States gold coin to the aeetetary at the office of the company No310 Pine street Rooms 1.5 and 17 San Francisco California, Any tock npon which thisassessment shall remain unpaid on the 15th day of January 1831 will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction. and unless payment is made before. will be sold on FRIDAY the Gib day of February lsvl, to pav the dcim quent assessment, together with tho cost of advertising and expense of sale. J- W. PEW. Secretary. Office No 310 Pine St., Rooms 15 and 17San Francisco California, td I have In my possession one einna roon roan horse with white strip on face and white feet, seven or eight years old. Branded with Mexican brand on left thigh and another brand not known. Tbo ownerc&n have the same by paying for this advertise ment and other expenses. 70HX HflX, tVL4 ! , jr'r" '--- TOiklBSTiONE EPITAPH; SUNDAYrjAOTARY uisjtnf wwuaamjuw rxiTjuwhuw MMWmjfMsax Ike Smith, the Ohio murderer who was jeprioved again the other day until March 20, his been ready for the scaffold fite times, and on three oc casions his grave has been dug. His Mioirua uavtr uivuvj tr py mwjtisi for hunting up technicalities, but they hate finally exhausted themsohes and Ike has no further hope. A statistician has made an estimate of the cousumi..: ' won.1 on the Central Pacific line between Sacra mento and Summit, and rinds that fifty miles of wood two feel wido and eighty fcul high is lliu amount. The company puts the quantity at four cords of wood to the trip. It is now experimenting with a view to discover which is the cheaper, wood or coal. Mr. Hoefler has received & lot oi the seed of the esparsctte-salnioin, a forage pilot that is attrs.rr.ng a great deal o) attention at the pieseot time, ft churned to be especially adapted to dry countries, and is said to be superior to lucerne or alfalfa. SALESMEN WANTED) Small line of samples from tnmefact .iring corporation offered a live man. One traveller earned an average cf $35 per month for six years patt. P. O. Box M7NewYArlr, The president of Mexico has ap proved the bill recently passed by the Mexican congress admitting corn from the United Slates free of duty. A prominent physician sod old army surgeon in eastern Iowa was called awav from home for a few das; during his ab sence one of the little children contract ed a severe cold and Irs wife bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remrdy for it. Tfaey were 10 much pleased with the remedy that they afterwards used sev eral bottles st vanous times. He said, rom his experience with it, he regarded it as the mest reliable preparation in uie for colds, and that it came the nearest be ing a specific of any medicine he had ever seen. For sale by H.J. Peto, Drug gist. VaXatMuCerAnjr Lncrr. Knowing that a cough can be check ed in one day ttnri the first stages of consumption broken in a wett, we hereby guarantee Dr Acker's English Cough Itemed j and will refund the money to all who bny, take it aa per directions, and do not find onr state ment correct. Tie Best Man in the World. Well, if not positively the best, one ol the wisest is be who checks disease at the start in his on system. In preserv ing or restoring the heaven-gran'cd gilt of health, he deserves profound consider ation. His example is worthy to be mitated. The complaints which afflict us are largely attributable to a want to tone in the stomach, either inherent cr inflicted by ourselves upon that much ibused repository of the food that should nourish us. What is its requirsment in adversity? A wholesome tonic. None so good, if e rely npon experience and testimony, as Hosteller's Stomach Bit ters. Unmedicated stimulants won'rdo. Regulation, as well as invigorztion of the digestive Yira, 11 not to be effected by these. Through the agency cf he stomachic named, strength of the entile system ix retrenched dyspepsia and biliousness overcome Malarial, kidney bladder and rheumatic complaints are eradicated by this salutary reformer ol ill health. BSSgJFREtS Mrfl WmiHt& t ox riA m. fc lcty. ftraniitt ! to TWfcasTOT!-" r W Urn 9 ? tTr ItmvmmSmMminrjnmuiw E. . SURLSHCAME'S SS& eFHGE' A.. CHEMICAL T LABORATORY EiMkt-.il la Otortdo. IWt Sfflnjdf? W oaI or upreu -rBl man prompt acd tr-l Mumea. Bold a Silf sr mm 'vsszigrzisszzi. orasiWfinpp 7J n.iw m kc: w n iw la tht TM fiffr d lmlM Ka.fllCMbl ft tm ilw wlrt, emr ls ' -ni5t-. Sa. ,,. crrr. xn rt m. toMA.MiSirMrfxiaM IHif J " urn mjv mrm mluMI,lrnM!SkflfMtl.nrf Mflft-C .W CVsJfc1tt5 . 1 1- J&&&? relif5!S3-: H P Ktvs. tzoccca cyaffist yiPM mmmw t&jffi&SffvJj&Sm 1. VJu .t ?3iS -. . . -w - t 9m , c',-,, :? . i - THUS ESa J2T DM t IADH uiuuini is J-JAI I IV ew Billiard&PoolTables WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS Kept eonrtanU oa band Draaglit Beer a Specialty. All Kinds of Hot Drinks. Exmbtnz Flrftl-CI&A. A 1 ie Card Cuqi lu Cob arc l to it, LYONS & TCOLVERTON Proprietors. Tombstone, A. T next to Yonge's drug store. J. V. TICKERS FREMONT STREET, Heal Estate, Mines, Monej and Insarancet REAL ESTATB-Eoaght, So!d and Rented' MONEY Loans Negotiated and Icvtrni n nad& INSURANCE Fire. Aeddenl aadl Lite MINES Bought and bold. COLLECTIONS Made. Taxes Paid. Notary Public BANK -OF- TOMBSTONE CAPITAL S100 000. 70UBS70HI,. A Z8HA 'JEORGE BERROTT . Proiden OUX IL CARREL Vke-Presidrm R. W. WOOD Cahie W1U rRA.NSACT A GENERAL Kilt; BUSINfSS, EXCHAJtCC RECEIVE Dt POSITS C01UCTI0HS ETC. a. mm & bro UIGABS, TOBACCOS, Cutlery, Stationery and SMOKERS' ARTICLES. IMPORTED CIGARS Constantly n Hand. ERSCflADM AND AMBER GOOP Mi Agent for the "SLoTK C1GAB. A,. COHN & BRO HjAtien Street, bet. Fourth and Fifth F1SHI0I SALOOR. 2 Genuine Scotch andlrisb Wiii; chi a ncialt'. Boston Baked Beans Every Night, The Best of All Kinds oi Wines and Iiiqucrs. BLLLIAEDS AND POOL. A place wbsre gCTlteren wiH be pkasuit'j Rcaned, paSizij waited on, and wbne thej caa mjojr tbemsehresL. BILLIARD PARLORS Allen Street, ifcDQNODGB & K0BlLEy Prapritrs. Finest Liquors Kept eoitataat; on hir.d, ako Best of Implied Cigars. FINLST BILLIARD HALL IN THE CITY N CONNECTION WITH4THE-SALOO . 3e Toward tha Setting Hun Myriads of emigrants take their way Thou amis upen thousands of acres iovciM with the virgin forest still await lie axe of tbe pioneer. "Holding doun ci am." on the frontier, it should be re marked, has otl.fr drawbacks besides that of disputed possession. M my ar er.terpnit: g tettler who, with indomita ble taidihood, has cltored the waste, just as a scanty aiea is icady for tillage is stricken by that toe of the frontiers man, malaria. What a boon 10 that man ard his faind; is Hosteller's Stomach Bitters, what wise forethought has he shows if ht has obtain! n adequate supply. Tbe fairest fields for agricul tural and mining enteiprise on this con tinent and abroad are subiect to this in fliction. Protected by Hosteller's Stomach Bitters it may be defied. I will not do to confide in a robust consti tution alone. Malaria prostrates the A YEAH ! 1 : UfcH., Isul wril m4 Wk. TVM thsuaaa tttrti a , .U work teaWttT. 1rrtft tbWrwa IrII'iaM,wbrmvilw7lfc 1 wWatonmlih lit ttt U or mUymntAt fclcfc m m wi tlt mmm m MMT M UVM WMM M abri. Ey Md okI tstrmt M-TT-rlH-t s - .. J Wlna1rus9ct s4 pnw4t wHb pU J JH wmmhr. Malkc T . Ii N JC 4 HUV.XSt. tainiJrS'Istr.I- Airrf Prof Loisctte's Memory System i creating greater interest than ever in all parts of the country, and person wishing lo improve their niemorj should send for his propectus free as advertised in another column. . ft TW b bf Os4 w j m. J4 mf sukt st snb, fct w caa fit day s IbtJtMt. 4 twor tf jmt $ AlBtTtrft. yva WO isnc mmm ctv vr nr we ststn yosa, rvrawblef vwrUuttc- CASlLf. ftrEXMLT iMrtM rjllfTltl UM rX. AiilrMitM(t, ITUM1X tO.. fUHTLUB, JUUL W. J. CHAMBERLAIN & CO., Or) Buyers & Samplers. Highest market prce paid for ores. Retorts prompter made within forty-ejgbt boors after oie teaches oar works. Consignments solicited. OFHCE, 1315 I6TH ST. WORKS, 38TH & WHEL P O Box. 2070. DENYIR. Telnon No 50. Jn.t ItrrfUeil Jrocu tbr Catt Ibe lollonlni ConslSBKiieiil of tllnler CotMtn Choice Cape Cod Cranberries, Full Cream Cheese. Mince Meat. Zante Currants. Sour KrouL New Orleans Molasses. Boston Black. Molasses. 10-25tf At HoeflerV. Steady Progress llat eharafterUett HckxTj Sarkaparitla ever since It was placed before tfcc pablie. Wticrerer li trodaced, lu sales have ion from year to rear, mntil now It Is the most popular and mot saccesa fat medicine offered. Any druggist win confirm this rtatement The secret of this success lies In the fact that Ilnod s SanapariTla Is a medietas ot merit. It docs actually accomplish aft that Is claimed for It, and when ciren a fair trial, la rea sonably certain to ba of beneflL Positiro Statements. "Since Hood's EarsaparUla has been la mj bsds for sate I hare bad frequent and enre serrcd testimonials in Its faror. Althoagh car rying this preparation for less than one year, my sales hsTe been creater than of any similar prep aration, and the testimonials Jn Its faror are at once posltlTO and personally noUccable," A. Waioirr, Bealdsbarr, CaL Sells On Its Merita. " ilj boys say, 'Papa, why don't you bay mors of Hood's Earsarparlll ct a time; we are always short. It seCs on Its own merits." F. Dial, Portland, Oreton .the oldest drazslst in Olejon. K. B. Be sore to ret only Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by drusrist. f 1; six for IS. Prepared only by a L nOOD CO. Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. fOO Doses One Dollar H. E. LEA, i - tf" -ii.1. MmiMniiwmw.miiiinniiiiiiiiiiMiwi nminrin m n imiiiiii ni i." M JSSk&U Ice delivered at Fairbank at ONE CENT per pound. Put on board tbe cars at tbe Same Price. 'TEAMS 3VIEET ALL TJR,AXiVS. AGENT Schlitz's Milwaukee Keg Beer. SOLE AGENT FOR CALIFORNIA FREDERICKSBURG KEG BEER Fresh Oysters delivered nor IStf Country for 25 Highest of all in Leavening Power. S3& WQGl- Pioneer Establishment. 1f 'Ritler Mfog) f FEAEY & Co.. Managers. The largest and Soest stock of Undertaking Joods 10 Arucna. We are prepared to do all ork in our line is a first elsui manner. ALL OUR WORK GUARANTEED. Bodies Embalmed Or temporarily preserved at a tn2jng expense for shipment. Msfdition Given in All Respects. "Orders left at tho O. K. Stable nil receive prompt attention. 4LIE3 WALaFR. FDJBiiL DIEECTOS. A. TRIBOLET, tSrewery Gulch, Blsbee. Finest Kinds of Meats Good, Wholesame Bread and All Kind3 of Confectionery. The patronage of the public is respect fully solicited. slS IE Ml, Custom House Broler -AT San Pedro Palominas, Sonora TOMBSTONE street, Legal Row. OFFICE Na 119 Fourth General Merchandise Store, Livery Sta ble, Restaurant and Lodgings. LA ESPERANZA1 Cor Allen A Fifth Su., Tombstone B u. DEALERS IN Liquors. Cigars. Staple & Fancy Groceries. GRAIN HAY AND WOOD Kept ccsstantl on luuvd and sold at tbe low cm prices. Country Produce Bought and Sold. Proprietor, 9 FOR- to Anv Part of the cents a dozen. IT. S. Gov't Report, Aug. tj, i85o hard. & CO 0 Baking Powder r & Mmnn 944 Lr0IS BESS OX DRIU0HT. c BtUMvac AfiSOOTELY PURE ". ( jam ft1 WHMWrn. mnBr-Mfii.