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Tombstone daily epitaph. (Tombstone, Ariz.) 1887-1890, August 04, 1889, Image 3

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Admtiatag ista aade kaowaat lUs oSee, (
The fi-Mlrrfirn b open far general deUverr
ran 1a.m. to 6 p. m.
Moaey order Departaeal open from a. m.
Knot East sad West at xs a., departs 3
. sa.
BubeenuU departs 6 a.m.; arrives 6 p. m.
itlE,i E.-TIME 0A1D.
. 7.00 a. m. Fairbank, 9.3 a. n.
Fairbask.zs.ooDooa. Bisb-e a, 30 p. a.
Baflr, except Soadajr.
K. of F. to-morrow night.
Practice game of baae ball to-day.
The atmosphere continues hazy and
sultry. No rain or wind yesterday.
Sydow & Kieke are agents for the
New Home Sewing machine. 4
Seamani' thermometer yesterday
registered 99.
Children's shirt waists at Sydow dc
Kieke'a. 4
Uncle Sam advertises in this issue
for two hundred horses. See notice.
Services at both churches to-day at
the usual hour.
New lot of cheviots just received at
Sydow Kieke'a. 4
Protection hose company meets this
evening at the school house.
The 'Rescues meet this afternoon at
2 o'clock st the City Hall.
Gents' rubber coats at Sydow &
Kieke'a. 4
Col. Wm. Herring and family left
.yesterday morning for the Swisshelm
L. Graff -and family went to the
Huachucas yesterday for a pleasure
trip. They will remain several days.
William Kieke returned from his
pleasure trip to the Huachucas yester
day. m
Bain falls in streaks and spots in
this country and the ranges are corres
pondingly in good or bad condition.
AH kind of musical instruments and
sheet musk will be sold very low at
the Arisona Music Store. 4
Jane bugs are said to be doing con
jdenMe damage to peaches in the
valley. Valley Bulletin.
Ingrain carpet patterns of China
matting latest styles at Geo. E.
JEbhler's. 30-10t
e .
Beast chicken, ice cream, fruits,
iced drinks aad everything to be found
mthe market, cooked to order at the
Maieea Dore to-day.
tereason & Walker are the anther
iajd agents for Loaiaiana lottery tiek-
eSiathis city. By investing $1 yoa
fee chance of wiaaiaf a fortaBe. tf
P. Lasgsdorf, of the Arisos Mask:
Store, io selling mnsical instromeata
very eheap, preparatory to leaving for
Adjoined regular meeting of th
Mayer and Common Council of the
City of Tombstone, held Augusta 3,
1889, at 1 o'clock, p. m.
Present, Campbell, Lippert and Priia-
diville. Absent, Durward and Mayt r
On motion Councilman Campbell
was appointed presiding officer.
Minutes of last meeting read and
The officers' reports for the months
of June and July were read and ap
The following bills were read and on
motion referred to the finance com
Cochise H. A T. Co 1 50
JohnAlby 10 00
C.H.Arnold 6 00
S.C. Bagg 4 50
A motion was made that the rules
be suspended and the bill of the dis
trict court for f 16 95 be allowed. So
ordered, and a warrant ordered drawn
on the contingent fund for the
The following bills were favorably
reported on by the finance committee:
Golden Era magazine 50 00
C. JLCummings 9 70
Huachuca Water Co 114 00
The finance committee was granted
further time to report on the bill of
the Huachuca, water company for 110,
for repairing.
In the case of the City vs. the San
Diego millsite claimants Allen R.
English was retained as associate
counsel for a fee of $250, he agreeing
to carry 'the case to the supreme court
if necessary.
The following resolution was offered
by Councillor Prindiville and adopted
by the Council :
"Be it resolved, that the sum of
$437 be transferred from the general
to the contingent fund."
N&t Hawks, Clerk.
Sewing machines, oils, needles, also
attachments for all kinds of sewing
machines will be sold extraordinarily
cheap until Wednesday, August 7th,
at the Arizona Music Store. 4-3t
The Can Can restaurant will set its
usual excellent dinner to-day. There
will be ice cream, chicken, fresh
oysters, fresh pies and cakes, corn on
the ear, fresh cucumbers, and all the
delicacies of the season.
Judge Monk returned from Willcox
yesterday. He says that between
South Pass and Sulphur Spring valley
the grass is about a foot high, although
between Willcox and South Pass very
little rain has fallen and the grass is
Tory short. No rain of any conse
queaca baa fallen at Dos Cabezas this
A proclamation of repaid of 9066
' W.-.J- 4 nnMimi im ftUov. SasBA
-awl wawwp vtnntom s em jtow
to sifBtre of oar Governor,
a i
XkJ wialiitlfT and hniMJasa Mown
' A colored gentleman bearing the
name of Martin was arrested last night
by Chief Gage and conducted to the
cky health resort. The charge was
aaoaak and battery, preferred by Jfeus
Sate. He will tell Hk Honor this
moraiagtbe eld story about being a
stranger m a strange land and getting
The Pfeenix Gazette blows a small
blow for the Pbenix base ballists as
fellows; "The Pheaix baseball boys
an practicing for any rash gathering
of Ariaoaaaa who are ambitious to be
cleaned oat, the Tombstone hatheaters
preferred.'' The Tombstone "hash
eaters' eh? Well, if the Phexicians
eaa't play better than they talk, they
wfllbe lackyto get "hash" after the
faaneia ever. Oar beys are
ae dees is.
The Tnmrtiw of tee fearf tf bprriMfi
tf CotMie ftasty.
Tomiibtosk, August 3, 1889.
Board met pursuant to adjournment
at 10 a. m.
Present B. S. Coffrnan, chairmen ;
T. J. White and John Montgomery,
Minutes of previous meeting read
and approved.
The Treasurer was ordered to trans
fer from the General Fund to the Sal
ary Fund, the sum of $782.21.
Unanimously voted that the Board
examine all the county bridges on the
San Pedro river.
Unanimously voted that the County
of Cochise through this Board in ac
cordance with Title 65, Revised Stat
utes of Arizona will pay rewards for
scalps of wild animals taken up to
August 30, 1889, as follows, and none
others :
Panther or mountain lion. ..$ 12 00
Bear 600
Timber Wolf 2 00
Ordered that the County Treasurer
is hereby authorized and directed to
procure one hundred lithographed
bonds of the denomination of one
thousand dollars each, in conformity
with Title 31, Chapter 2,Revised
Statutes of Arizona, approved March
2d, 1887.
The following bills were allowed
and warrants ordered drawn :
R. Arlington, nurse and guard
to J. Neal t $ 45 00
Hicks & Walker, ice supply. . 10 00
Sam Barrow, supplies to jail.. 25 00
Sydow it Kieke, supplies jail 22 50
The board of supervisors and equali
zation adjourned until Monday the
12th inst at 2 p. m.
B. S. Coitsun,
Feed Cxstlx,
Beward Proclamation
Executive Department, i.
Terbitory of Arizona,
Office of the Governor.)
Whereas. I am informed by M. F.
Shaw, Sheriff, that Louis Cohen was
murdered in the county of Pima at or
near Nogales, this Territory; and
Whereas, I am further informed
that said murder was committed by
one Manuel Verdugo, and that said
Verdugo has been duly indicted by a
grand jury of said county of Pima;
Whereas, Said Manuel Verdugo is
still at large and a fugitive from jus
Now, therefore, I, Lewis Wolfley,
una lit.
The following letters remain an
called for in the .postomee at Tomb
stone, Arizona, for the week ending
August 3, 1889:
Bernott, Louis Bees, John (2) '
Edwards, W. S. Thomas, B. R.
Hall, A. C. Wilson, W. B.
Quirk, Nick. , , . --'
Any person calling for any of the
above letters will please say "adver
tised" and give the date.
C. S. Clark, Postmaster.
A plain gold wedding ring, between
Nacosari and the old Nicholas ranch,
in Sonora, about fifteen days ago.
The owner can have the same by call
ing on Henry Campbell, at the Pony
Governor of Arizona, by virtue of the , in this city, proving property
authority within me vested, do offer and pa vine for this advertisement.
and proclaim a reward in the sum of
ItUmpltd Base.
In Justice Meyers court there was
another case of attempted rape on a
little 12-year old Mexican girl named
Isabela. The mother testified that the
girl was playing with some other chil
dren in the yard, when she missed
her and went out and called. The
child answered from an old. stage cover
that was sitting on the ground near
by. She went to it and raising the
curtain saw her child and Pedro Bea
les, a man about 50 years of age. The
man's action plainly indicated that he
had been attempting a foul deed. The
little girl was taken away and in an
swer to questions, said that Reales
had taken her into the stage cover and
threatened to whip her .if she cried
out. Luckily the mother came to her
rescue before any harm was done.
The trial attracted a large crowd. He
will be held for the grand jury. Tuc
son Citizen.
Jtlj Wcttatr.
Mr. Chas. W. Pugh,- the weather
clerk, has kindly furnished us the fol
lowing weather summary for the
month of July just passed: Mean
temperature, 80.50 deg.; highest tem
perature, 106 deg, on 2d? lowest, 5C
deg, on 1st making a monthly range
of 50 deg. The greatest daily range
was 49 deg, on the 2d ; the least, 14
deg, on the 7th. The prevailing direc
tion of wind during the month was
west. Total rainfall, 4.91 inches, pre
cipitation occurring on twelve days.
The rainfall tor tne month was ex
traordinary, being over an inch more
than the fall of any preceding July
since the Signal office was established
here, and more than twice the July
average. WiHcox Stockman.
Three Hundred ($300) Dollars to be
paid by the Territory of Arizona for
the arrest and conviction of the said
Manuel Verdugo.
, In witness whereof I have
ie..t I hereunto set my hand and
S caused the Great Seal of the
. -. Territory to be affixed.
Done at Phenix, the capital, this
first dav of August. A. D. 1889.
By the Governor.
Thomas D. Hammond,
Acting Secretary of the Territory.
The following were filed in the
County Recorder's office yesterday :
Spring claim, Huachuca mountains ;
Wm. Graff, Gus Barron and Wm.
Jag. Beilly vs. R, E. Wilson ; $50.
'The Papago Indian woman, who
was shot by a drunken Indian yester
day near Fort Lowell, died last night,
and Justice Meyer and Sheriff Shaw
this morning went out and held an
inquest. The verdict was that the wo
man came to her death'1 by a gun-shot
wound inflicted by Juan, one of the
Indians placed in jail yesterday. It
was learned that that the Indians had
procured their whisky from a Mexican
named Moiando, and he was arrested
and is now held for examination by
the commissioner. Tucson Citizen.
Beware of imitations, there is only one.
ALRY SERVICE. Headquarters Depart
ment of Aruoaa. Omce Chiei tjuirtermaster,
Los Anj'W, CiL. August 3. 1889. Scad
proposals will be received at this oBec until 11
o'clock, a. m.. Tnesdar, Septembers. lW9- and
opened Immediately thereafter in the present cf
earliest practicable date, at Los Angeles, Cat.
or Albuquerque. N. M., cf all or any part of
two hundred horses required for Cavalry ser.
tice. the eovrrnment reservinr the right to re
ject the whole or any part of any bid received.
rropcais lor aeuveiies 01 uie Dorse at at.
Louit, Mo., or other points than those nmed,
will be entertained. Preference civen to ankles
of domestic production, conditions of price and
quality being equal, and such prderei.ee given
to articles of American production produced on
the Pacific Coast to the extent of the consump
tion required by the public service there. Speci
fications general instructions to bidders and
Mank forms of proootal will be furnished on ap
plication to this omce. or to the Depot Quarter
master St. Louis, Mo. A. S. KIMBALL,
Quartermaster, U. S. A., Chief Quartermaster.
akaakaW Bum.
Teacher of piano, organ and banji
Vocal culture a specialty; thorough
instructions guaranteed; instruments
furnished for practice. Residence on
Seventh street, next to Methodist par
sonage. 4
is, Tktre!
Call at the Crystal Palace for your
six-year-old Slater Whiskey and Old
Virginia Bye the finest article ever
kept in Tombstone. tf
Latest periodicals at Monmonier's.
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The Can Can restaurant has the
finest varieties of fish fresh every day.
Pictures, picture frames, mouldings
and artists' materials at Monmonier's.
The D M. Osborne mowers and the
Halladay windmills for sale at Wol-
cott's. 3-3tf
Kesbit's poultry powder and Forrest
cholera cure for chickens. For sale at
Wolcott's. a
J. H. White's ranch butter at Wol
cott's. tf
Buy a Louisiana lottery ticket at
Jos. Lippert's barber shop. tf
Fresh buttermilk at the Can Can.
Baby carriages, toys, brushes, books,
etc., at Monmonier's.
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Fresh fish and fresh oysters every
day at the Maison Dore.
Fresh oysters at the Can Can every
Stationery, paints, oils, etc., at Mon
monier's. 7-20
The very finest coffee at the Maison.
Dore restaurant.
Look out for something startling at
the Crystal Palace in the near future.
Broiled steaks and chops a specialty
at the Maison Dore.
If you want ice cold St. Lous draught
beer out of a genuine German pump
call on Julius Cesar at the Crystal
Palace. tf
Pioneer Lstablishment.
(Ritter Butting)
mat STKET, mmn 9. fc omul.
FKAEY & Go,. Managers.
The largest and finest stock of UndertaUag
Goods in Arizona. We are prepared to do all
work is our line in a first class manner. ALL
Bodies Embalmed
Or temporarily ptmntd at a trifling
. expense far shipmeat,
Sitis&etioa Qroa ia All Rapt.
J-Orders left at the O. X. tiahte
will receive prompt attention.
TUsBewdersevor varies. A
eiawrky. strength and wholesomeness
Try seaM -el Crooso BUoaweTVo
Jaaas.- recaeatWolooot'su tf
Mete eceaeeMcal then the ordiaary loads
it bo sou m ceeapettaB, with the
evpJMepfcatt powders. Sold only m cans.
(Neat to ESte Theater)
Tombstone, Arizon-
Tae Choicest
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