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f-aiiNgawtfjrt ina as to tis -"'V ' 0b TOMBSTONE EPITAPH PUBLISHED EVERY SUXIUY BY S.C.BaCC 8CKCKIPT10V HATE: One year. , .. $4(X) Six months . .. 2 60 Delheml by carrier to any part of the city for Jo cents per month. The rat at winch Boston shoe firing are failing proves that there is not good lea! her in tlient. Mkx1CA.ni who hae prophetic turn of mind assert that an earthquake will occur this week. Juixie Kibbey discharged a jury and continued a case till next term of court in Florence last week becauee the attorney for tho defendant had played cards and '.'got full" with two of the jurymen. It is getting pretty tough work for attorney to make an honest liiing in Pinal county when such little incidents are not orerlooked by the court. We'll wager a dollar that the attorney came from Illinois. Tub Arizona cow boy has a terror for even Mew Mexicans judging from the following from the Albuquerque Citizen "A half dozen Arizona cow boys could whip the whole Moqui tribe of Indians. They are th mewt inoffensive iusoct eaters on earth, and neer in all their history have they gone on the war-path. The Casa Grande ruins are to be repaired, the contract having been let to Stoufler & White of Florence. The inside and out are to be repaired, gingerbread fixings placed over the doors and windows and wheo com pleted it will look as much 'ike the ruins of Casa Grande as the Occiden dental hotel ruins look like the Tuc son sanitarium. A gMri of American tin plate manufactured at Philadelphia may be seen at the Bank of Tombstone. It is very prett) to look at and is a souven ir worth preserving. Alongside of the tin plate is a slack of siher and on an other side a bar of copper while direct ly behind it is a bar of lead. Tim tin miner is protected 40 per cent. The copper miner gets protected; so doe the lead miner, while the siher miner takes his chances with the ups and downs of Wall street. Hurrah .'or McKinleyiem! Tub disposition of the Chinese race is to cmer up all evidences of trouble where one of their number is impli cated. The Chinaman "Doc" who was shot by Apaches, is reticent con cerning his fibgt with Apaches atCan anea. His countrymen are also clo.-e mouthed concerning the affair. One of the more intelligent of their num ber was asked today why such a strict silence was maintained. His reply will set the reader to thinking wheth er his idea is not a sane one after all "The government" said he "lakes care of the Indians, ghes them food and clothes and guns and bullets. They do not give the Chinaman any thing. They are better than a China man and if a Chinaman should kill one of them he would hang " Salary ?2& vtx week Wanted good agento to sell our general line of merchandise. No peddling. Above salary will be paid to ''live" agents for farther information address Chicago General Supply Co, Xo 178 West Van Buren st, Chicago 111. w.y Accotui.vo to the best authorities in England, the day of the 110-ton gun is over and no more will ever be built. The cost of these guns is about $100,000 each and it takes two yearn to build one and with full service charges the life of one of these mon sters is only seventy-five rounds and the cost of each round firing an armor piercing shot or shell weighing 1800 pounds is about $400 for the powder end C00 for the shell and fuses, or 9 ,001) for each round. CDauipllan roitd An old pby ician. retired from prac tie, having bad placed in Lis hands by an JSt India mitmonary the form inla of a simple vegetable remedy for the speeny ana permanent care of Loa amption. Broncbitin. Catarrh. Ath- zna and all Throat and LangAuVcMou, and a positive and radical cure for SerTnaUeDilityand all.rvon Com plsitiU. after having tested its wonder" fnl curative powers in thousands of cases, baa felt it his dnty to make it known to ni aaSeunir fellows. Acta atd by this motiva and a desire to re lieve human smTerin?. I will send frne of charge, to alt who desire it. this re ceipa. in German. KreDeh or English, with fall directions for preparing and using. Sent by wail by addressing with stamp samlr.fr this paper. W. A Sots, 820 Power's Block, Rochester, X. T. 1. 18, 1 y'r -. from TwiJay'i Daily. Supoitf eon meet to-inorrow at 2 p. in. Mr. II. A. Tweed came in today from 1'henix and will remain a day or two. George B. Lee aud wife of Socorro and J. D. Grosbeck were outgoing paasengcr today. Fred Bean has been busy today moving his biacWsuiilhing outfit into his new location. A Mexican lad was thrown from a hone in the upper part of town last eening and was seriously hurt. Mrs. Frank Wolcott and children left tor Ramsey canyon this morning, where they will remain a few weeks. 'Ihe delinquent sale of the Head Ceuler Con. and Head Center and Tranquility stock has been postponed to July 20. The six year old son of Geroninio, the Muxicau bandit killed last week, slabbed a lour year old playmate to death Friday at Phoenix. Mrs. A. Bauer left today for the east to spend a few weeks. She was accompanied by her daughter Bertha and her infant child. They will visit relatives at St. Joe Mo. Hans, the infant eon of H. H. Hol lenstein, died yesterday and was bur ied today. The little fellow was a bright boy aged three months. The afflicted parents bate the sympathy of the community in their loss. Win II. Waters a native of England and an old Pacific Coast miner and for a long time a resident of Tomb stone, died at Biebee jesterday aged 42 years. J. A. Roskruge of Tucson has just completed a survey of the San Ka fael del Valle or Camou grant. The survey has been made in conformity with the edicts of the papers and will be a part of the evidence to be placed with the land grant commission or court. Mr. M. Harper of Sonora, Mexico, brought in on Tuesday last, 27 tons or 51,000 pounds of siher ore from the Dos Cabezas mine in the Montezuma district, which will average at least $300 to the ton, shipped to Denver Pueblo Sampling works. Deming Headlight. A telegram was received by the Bank of Tombstone yesterday "to pay the judgment against the Old Guard Co. in favor of Hoxharst fc Shankland. A team was sent out to Ash canyon las night to bring Hoxhurst in but as C. S. Claik has his assignmeut of the judgment it is difficult to see what good his presence will do althoueh it is intimated that there is a hitch in the payment of the money which m result in an execution and gale. A 5,600 pound lot of the heavy zinc ores of the Pacific mine near Silver City were recently shipped to Joplin, Mo. Theory contained oxer 17 per cent zinc and in ad.'ition to the cost of treatment, transportation and min ing, netled 3S per Un in gold and siher. There are large quantities of similar ere in the Huachuca moun tains that would Ktand a test ship ment. The Republican at Phoenix has had trouble again with the printers and a new force, it is said, has been shipped down from Prcscott. Wanted. Agents for th Economy Fuel Burner. Cheap and best ol the kin the market. Address P. O. Box 583 maha. N-h It is estimated that the cost o! the two Shankland trials will not exceed 11,000. 235 juror vere summoned which was the prinupal part of the expense, most of them drrowing from 410 to 115 each. The Citizen says that evidence in the Shankland trial at Tombstone taken by Mr. Tichenor, forms a book of 250 pages which he has just com pleted. The evidence in the Salt river valley water suit made a total of 5,000 paftes and Mr. Tichenor worked on it from .March to August. A prominent physician and old army surgeon in eas'ern Iowa wai called away from home for a few days; during his ab sence one of ihe little children contract ed a severe cold and his wife bought a Dome ot (.namberiam's Louh Remedy for it. They were so much pleased with the remedy that they afterwards used sev eral bottles at various timei. He said, 10m his experience with it, he regarded it as tbe most reliable preparation in use tor coiat, ana tnat it came tbe nearest be ing a specific of any medicine he had ever seen. For sale by H.J. Peto, Druggist. Ob tin-Curb. Sheriff Keltox It's hard work to break a custom to carry out a law. The license tax is payable in advance on the first day of each quarter and any license I may lose by not couiiksI. ling those who pay a license to pay 011 the first day, my bondsmen are re sponsible for The last regular grand jury reprimanded mr for not compel ling prompt payment in advance, and there is only one way to do it and that is to begin suit against the slow payers aud I do not like to do that. I would bo pleased to have some of those who can and do not pay promptly to tell me what course to pursue. Cap Cummings The PBosfkcroh said something a short time ago about liiy running out of Sonora to avoid ar 'rest. It should have read, illegal ar rest. The balance of the story was correct. It was only until within two weeks ago that I cared to go to Sonora but I leave today for Hermosillo and am perfectly safe to go anywhere in tbe state now. I complained to thn government against the action of the prefect at Arispe in ordering my arrest and compelling me to leave So nora, and he ha been suspended for the part ho took in the matter. Tbe mine is looking null and when I get ready we will go to work again Frank Ryax Taxes coma in slow ly. I collected about $400 in person al property tax last month, but this month the total collected on real es tate will not exceed $70. All taxes aro delinquent now. People either do not care or do not stop to think. Do you want 10 save from 25 to 50 cents on every dollar you spend? I so write for our illustrated catalogue containing illustrations and prices of everything manufactured in the Unit ed States, at manufacturers' prices. 10,000 illustrations, all lines represent ed. Catalogue mailed free on appli cation. Address Chicago General Sup ply Co, No. 178 West Van Buren st. Chicago, in. 4.1.91. An i:ll!r' Won. Edward 3. Gill, late of this city and the defunct Tribune hereof, still later of the Arizona Republican, more lately made adjutant-general of that re freshing Territory, and now editor of another newspaper in Arizona, is on trial at Prescott for libeling District Judge Wright of Yaapai. This is Mr. Gill's second libel fracas since he has become a resident of the sage brush. Los Angeles Express. A Cliallrncc To the foreman and members of Rescue Hose Xo. 2 and Protection Hose Xo.3. Engine Co. Xo.i challenge you for s water test race on the 4th of July for our trumpet and fox tail. The foreman cf each company will meet together any time for prelimin aries. Geo. Xoddin, Foreman Engine Co. Xo. I. Tombstone, June 30, 1891. SALESMAN. An energetic roan wanted to push our manfactures on this ground. One of our agents earn ed $5,200 last year. Address P O Bos 1371, Xew York. The Phenix Herald seizes the mat ter in this style: "If you have job work or advertising to do, give the work to your local newspaper office-. It is these same local newspapers tha1 are building up the country, making it known abroad and bringing into it thousands of dollars to where they re ceive one; they are worthy of your cordial support and by assisting them you assist yourself." til fr o H CO Ui r- IX! rr a Hi x r- 'vlXr-.I' 'S'flt.riTi.s -vx m H . " T " Tr O E. E. BURLINCAME'S ASSAY OFFICE AM CHEMICAL D LABORATORY Estitlbtitd la Colorado. tsGS. 8upn by ml! or express win rerttra prompt and caxvfal ajicnikoo. G9H&Si!TrBir8inAirei1.re"ie1d: xiittt, r an tKTeM el, rer. e&. M " Hocfler has receive teed of tbeeiparsette-sainfom, a forage plant that is attracting a great deal 01 attention at tbe present time. It is claimed to be especially adapted to dry countries, and is said to be superior to lucerne or alfalfa SALESMEN WANTED Small line of samples from mtnefact oring corporation offered a live man. One traveller earned an average of $tfo per month for six years past. P. O. Box itl7NewVaric larhiftoirwMlMalkfa,,tbrtlMrttTJwtll, fnu tfcrilMttMrM4i7M(twMrB, tm Iks! ftMMMt. Kn ijr fa , t, kMMMMAilu,tirDrn49iMlf Wre4. I lta bl m wrfcr Hum OmUitt wrny I Bft !i4r feactil a4 fntrtM wHfr wiplif .rt, te- Hh,)r&,irilMkKlfMtflWi,tH,McL ItsNl.W 4MOI.II. ll!rtlUrKlCl:f;. AAIimmmm, Ji. V, ALLU, Uok 4XO, AEut Mul. Prof. Loisetto'c Memory System is creating greater interest than ever in all part of the country, and persons wishing to improve their memory should send for his prospectus free as advertised in another column. MM..tt a jm, fa twtc m4 by Jfc It ("Mdattsvlror rt work. Cur . K4. 7 - sh m siiii m , is 1 w caa itnMfcyja.jttL.krjr bwr tra from fit 19 a Uy tt ctttn, tdj Br (( . BxkMit,tiIfi, lntartf E aitfioa, jim tmmmwm at aw. rtr. ia all yar fl ,ar irv amjuu It U rrk AUftfttw lmt y fttktKftw nmrj wkf l urt tm, AtntUafasr rriMt.tr KABlLT, SI-tUXLT .- FAkriLLLAtU IkFL. (Ur-a..k IIUMII a Itt., I-UKTUID, Bill. W. J. CHAMBERLAIN & CO., Ore Buyers & Samplers. Higb3t market price pakl for ore. Ke.urns promptly made witbia fortjr -eight hours after ore ieacoca our warns. onsignnKm souciiea. OF ICE, 1315 16 HST. V.0RKS.38TH &.WA2EL P. O. Box. 2070. DENVER Tclcn. .No SO. J. V. VICKERb FREMONT STREET, Real Estate, Mines, Money aud Insurance. KAl, KSTA rE Bought. Sold Md kenied MOSEY Loans Negotiated and ln-tinci nude. INSURANCE Fire. Accident and; tile MINES Bought and boW. COLLECTIONS Made. Tan-s! Paid. Notary Public BANK -OF- TOMBSTONE CAPITAL S100 000. 0MBST0NE,- A 'Z0MA fEORGE BEKROTT . Preriden JFO. H. CARREL - . . Vice-President P W. WOOD Cash-. WIL t-RANSACT A GENERAL XIMC BUSINESS, EXCHAHCE- RECEIVE Ot POSITS COLLECTIONS" ETC. A. 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