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DAILY EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA. TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1880.
DAILY EPITAPH. TIMK MIIIIKUI'I'K. 0v Jlexlcn nil Arlnii IUIlrnl Company. Pacllc time. s mlniUoa tlowpr thin local time. All trains did If. MVM OIt'H STACK USK. de W connect with Wstem towl trlo lcvc4 'Vikw'toconuKt-lth EMt.ru bound trlnUTM 9t:".0townnMmwllhOuai1ltrlu m S Vclock p. m. , txe (it Chwlmton leave; t 7 . m. ,,., mva r BUtwe leaves at o a. ra.(ecept fHindtjri). CITT TIME. 0 H 10 Allen street, under Occidental Hotel. This p3cr is k'Ot on ale at E. C. Drake Ad vartlMns Uency.BlandBSMerchanti' Hxchangr, 3n Krancc. Oil., whero contract) Tor alver tlKlns can br mado lr it. iOOrVfj NOTES. The races on Sunday were not a sue ces5. Hush White, the Novates smelter man, is in town. Rev. Mr. H.iskins will hold service at Bisbce to-morrow evening. A number of fire have been visible in the Dragoint, for several evenings pt. E. G. Norton, Hisbee's efficient Con stable, is in the city on business con nscted with his office. There has been no mil from the east for three chys. This programme was varied yesterday by our getting no mail at all. Tom Baker has removed his family to the ranch of Thomas Dunbar, at Tres Alamas, where they will remain for the next year. Mr. Stebbins has returned from his trip to Huachuca, which place, he says, is as good an imitation of Paradise as can be found in Arizona. The Grand Army people expect to gel a raie of S40 to San Francisco and re turn for Arizona members who wish to attend the encampment in August next.. Antonio, the infant child of Mrs. Eu gene Edmunds, died yesterday after a short illness. The EPITAPH extends its sympathies to the bereaved mother. The funeral of Daniel, son of C. E. Frederick, will take place this afternoon, at 4 o'clock, from his father's residence on Seventh street, between Bruce and Safford. Mr. Voir, of the Kansas Cattle Co., when recently here, purchased 200 head of steers from John Slaughter, of the San Bernardino ranch. Thesj have just been shipped to Kansas City where they will be placed on pasture, before being thrown on the market. Judge Barnes yesterday decided that the city attorney was clearly entitled to his fees where a conviction was obtained, either by the accused pleading guilty or by trial. This decision will put at rest this question, whicli has for some time agitated the city recorder and the city attorney. Mansfield says that Ashmun "uses the famous Jessie Oakley soap, which for such purposes as is required by Mr. Ash mun is fir superior to all other brands." For sale only at the "Red Store," at prices to suit the times. This soap is manufactured from the finest quality of olive oil and contains no noxious ingre dients that could injure the skin. The flags in this city on Memorial Diy were displayed at full mast, as they should be on that national occasion. It is not a day of mourning the funeral was over years ago but it is a day de voted to doing honors to the dead heroes of the nation. Honors call for no ha'l mist mourning demonstrations. Vir ginia City Enterprise. Section to, page 318, Arizona laws of 1885, reads as follows: "The Recorder of the city of Tombstone shall not hear nor enter into the trial of any case be fore him, without first notifying the City Attorney thereof." This section of the statutes Recorder Gum considers be neath his notice, as never yet has he complied with its mandates. C. E. Frederick has met with another affliction in the loss of his little boy Daniel, aged 8 years and 1 1 months, who died yesterday. Two years ago Mr. Frederick's happy family circle contained six persons himself, a lovinjj wife and three children. Now there are only left himself and one little boy. In the face of such affliction words are in vain. One can but bow the head to the dealings of an inscrutable Providence who will make all things plain, in his own good time. The sorrowing parent has the Epjtaph jlacero sympathy ia his hour of trouble I 555 j SoiSa $&::::::::. ::::: w" ijgss Contention !SSJ2 1'ooSra Filrbank li:i2?2 vttSn gsSSK.-:: :::: g $i Sonolto , ''r. i R-xinm OrittcnUn Lr 1 7:00iu 0:Opm H.nferri-. ... 60 TO 725 pill Morale"!".. ..."'. 'm :g'"n THE CITY OF MEXICO. An Interesting Letter Prom an Old Tombstoner. B. A. Fiek-vi h.is received an interest ing letter from Hairy Woods, dated City of Mexico, May 37. Below are some extracts from the same: "That uncontrollabte impulse which governs most of my action has ordered me to 'move on,' and before this reaches you I will be chief enginrer and principal deck hand of a mustang mule, whose tail points tn Mexico and whose head to the Pacific. Day after to-morrow I start for Acapulco, where I take the steamer for Valparaiso, Chile, via Panama. As there is neither railway nor wagon road from here to Acapulco, 1 shall have again to try my skill with a 'carrajo stick' and see if th.c same muscle and perseverance which enabled me to 'punch a buiro' through the icy canyons and snow-clad peaks of Colorado and across the des erts of your sun-kissed Arizona will en able me to successfully engineer a mulr across the Mexican Cordilleras. What ever may be the result of the attempt, you will realize that 1 am iroubled wiih no misgivings at the outset. "My few months' residence in this strange city has been a regular picnic. 1 h'tve wprked harder and steadier, made less money and had more fun than I evei did in the tame length of time in my life. Everythi-g goes by contraries here, which you must understand before be lieving that I have worked hard and at the same time enjoyed myself. "Though a republic in name, Mexico is the most absolute despotism on eaith. Though the greatest freedom of speech is guaranteed, the jails are full, not on! of the editors who dare write their views, but also of the printers who dare sel them in type. "The churches are innumerable, bui are outnumbered by the 'pulque shops, where the poorer classes get drink at x2 cents a drink on what few coppers the priests have left them. "No saintly Sister of Mercy is allowed to smooth the dying pillow of the hun dreds who perish of want and starvation here every week, but scores of well-fed and oily priests will, for a financial con sideration, tear themselves a moment from the arms of their mistresses to 'for give' the foulest sins. As an instance: The most aristocratic church in the cit is the price for which was condoned the awful crime of a brother and sister who lived in open sin, and last week the off spring of this incestuous alliance was wedded, in grand style, to one of the richest heiresses in Mexico. "Having had my 'supreme satisfy' of the people, in their morals, manners and interminable diet of tottillas frijolesand chili, I have packed my few calamities in a very diminutive gripsack and if my hold don't break the next you hear of me I shall be in Buenos Ayres or on the Amazon." A groundless rumor was circulated in town yesterday to the effect that John P. Clum and Judge. John Haynes had engaged in an altercation, ending by pulling each other's hair. An Epitaph reporter at once proceeded to investigate the story, when he found that it was a "bare"' falsehood. The only foundation for the yarn was the fact that the Judge and the Indian agent both happened to go to a barber's to have their locks clipped at the same time, and while the mnsorial artist was getting through with his heavy job, a number of impatient customers had to leave, one of them, whom nature has not gifted wiih a thrifty head covering, starting the story out of jealousy. Dr. Dunn, who arrived from the rail road yesterday afternoon, brought the news that five Mexican wood teamsters had been chased from the Whetstones into Huachuca siding the railroad sta tion for the fort by a band of Apaches, who pursued, them within sight of the siding. One of the Mexicans was shut through the palm of the hand, another through the calf of the leg. The men immediately gathered together an.l went out to try and save their teams. This, taken in connection with the passage ofa band of hostiles wiihin 300 yards of Fori Huachuca, shows that the Indians don't hold our "grand army" in very high es teem. An Epitaph reporter yesterday pickefl up a copy of the Daily New York Gra phic for June 1st, 1883. It contains two piges of illustrations of Tombstone ard surroundings, and the following para graph, which, in view of the present state of affairs, sounds somewhat like "sar kusm:" "One great drawback hitherto in the settlement of this rich territory was the hostility of the Indians, but this is largely a thing of the past, as only oc casional troubles occur now, and these in isolated localities." Thomas Hunt was shot dead by Apaches, while reading, in his cabin, near Harshaw, on Sunday morning. His companions, Ed Gillespie and an old man, name unknown, escaped by taking to the timber. There was quite a sprinkle of rain yes-terdiy. Going for Gird. A Los Angeles correspondent of the Citizen says: "It looks as if the a torrcys'wiiosc n imos 'ire mentioned in it hp moving in the Dick Gird case again, and are hunt ing up some new evidence. 'I he cele biated case of Gardiner, administrator ol the estate of Bidwell, against Richar.l Gird, formerly of Tombstone, in which trie claim was set up that Bidwell was a full partner with Gird in his Arizona transactions, was tried before a San Ber nardino jury abont two veats ago. The case w,-.s hpily cutit 'teci, there being a strong array of leal talent enlisted on both sides. Gild's leading lawyers were Byron Waters, of San Bernardino, and Col. Harry I. Thornton and Richard Mesick, of San Francisco. Gird denied that any partnership relation ever existed between himself and Bidwell. The jury found in favor of Gird, but the other side appealed the case to the Supreme Court of this State, where it has been hanging ever since April, 1885. A law suit is a very expensive luxury. It is re ported that Gird's expenses in the case for lawyers, witnesses, etc., amounted to nearly $30,000, while the other side must have paid nut about the same amount." For sluggish bo els, torpid liver, in digestion, bad breath, flatulence, sick headache, Ayer's Cathartic Pills are the certain remedy. By land or at sea, out on the prairie or in the crowded city, they are the best pills for purgative pur poses, everywherj alike convenient, effi cacious and safe. W. S. Clatk the decorative tissue paper hanger, is in Tombstone again and is now doing neater work than last season. This style of work has become very popular in the large cities during the last few years. It has a tendency to ill the bareness of a ceiling and make a place iook cosy and inviting. Special Notice-- We have now in stock the most com plete assortment of buckboards, buggies, -xcursion, farm and light wagons evtr brought to the Territory. They are of the Studebaker manufacture and were se lectcd especially for ranchmen. Send lor price list. We are selling at bed rock prices. Norton & Stewart. jn8-iw Wilcox, Ariz. ITo The Publio. The City Water Works will be orftn 'or business on June 1st. The under signed respectfully solicit a portion of the public patronage. City Water Co. R. W. Wood 5-27-2W. Manager. Tor Sale A fine young marc, buckboard and r ingle harness. The harness and buck joard are new, and the mare a gooc1 ne. This property will be sold cheap. For particulars apply to tf A. J. Godfrey. Danger! If you have a feeling of oppression and un asiness a little above the diaphragm, and jus elow the right ribs, aggravated by l)ing on th ight side, look outl As sure as fale, you iver is risonleied. Perhars not seriously a et, but latal hepatic abscesses are not un ommon. Hosteller's Stomach Bitters is th recise remedy to regulate the hver, and pre 'ent its congestion ai d inflamation, and to dis erse su--Ii minor indicia of its derangement a 'ellowness of the skin and ball of the eye urred tongue, sourness of the breath, nausea 01 'sing in the morning, dizziness, sick headachi ind constipation. By relaxing the bowels ,) linlessly, it opens a channel of exit for the supcrfl jus ble, UuUt a. teuuciny tu congestion iii engorgement of the liver, at the same tlhi- iving a gentle impetus to its secretive action nd affords relief to the stomach, which i dually inactive, out of order and oppressei wth wind when the bowels are costive. Ust (he Bitters also in fever and ague, rheumatism and kidney troubles. Summer Clothing. Warm weather is fast approach ing and Harris, the tailor, has sup plied himself with all kinds of suitings suitable for this climate. Elegant suits made at reasonable prices and upon short notice. Per fect fit guaranteed or no money asked. Do not send your money away from the city, when perfect satisfaction can be had at home. ap30-tf Wagonsl Wagons!! Messrs, Macneil & Moore have just received a carload of the world-renowned Studebaker Was ons, Buckboards Carriages and Buggies. They are the Tombstone agents for this celebrated make of wagons which cannot bo excelled. Call and inspect them before you make a purchase in this line. 2w. Rooms to Let. Nico furnished rooms to lot; also a good cabin. Apply to Mrs. Vogel, Safford street, between Sixth and Seventh. mySOtf Sedentary habits, mental worry, nervous excitement, cxcc-kI or impi-iulciite in cat In;' or drinking, mid various other cause. Induce Cou-itipatfoii followed by general derangement of tlio Iuct, khlueys, nud stomach, in which the tlUoidi-r of each, orpin Increases the Infirmity of the others. Tlio Immediate results urc Los of Appc tlte.Nausca, Foul Ureatli.IIc.ii-lburn, Flat ulence, Dizziness, Sick Headaches luilura of physical niul mental Iror, diitresslii!; sense of wehrhtniul fullnc: iulhc stomach, and iucrciiictt Costii encw, nil of which uro known under one head as Dyspepsia. In every instance whero III 11 ilisca'-o does not originate from tcrofulotH taint In Iho blood, Ayek's 1'n.i.s mav be eonfi'dcntly relied upon to oilect 11 euro. Thoso cases not amenable o the curative influence of AVER'S Piu.s alone w ill i-ertainlv lold If the Ph.ls are aided livthopowerfiilblood pnrlfjing properties of Ayek's Saksapa nn.LA. Dyspeptics should know that tlio Ion?er treatment of their malady U postponed, the more illflicult of cure it becomes. Ayep'g Fills Keyer fall to relievo the bowels and pro mote their healthful mid regular action, and thus cure Dyspepsia. Temporary palliatives nil do permanent harm. Tho fitful activity into which the enfeebled stomach Is spurred by "bitters," and alco holic stimulants, fs Inevitably followed by reaction that leaves tho organ weaker than before. "Costlvenets, induced by my ncdentary hatilu of life, litcamc chronic; AvEn'a Tills affordi-d mo pvedy rcllif. Tlulroccmlonnl uso hat slnco kept mo nil right." IlEIMANN UruNO norr, Stwark, 2f. J. "I wa Induced to try Aran's Tills n n. rrmedy fur Indication, Combination, nnd Headache, from which I lud lon;r hi-cn n f uf. fear. I found their action c-isy.nnd obtdncd prompt relief. They lmu licmliletl mo moro thin nil tlio medicines t-vi r lieforn tried." 1I.V. Watson, 163 State St , Cilcago, III. "They hivo entirely corrected tho' c'ostlvo lmblt, nnd ai-tlv Imprmeil inyccneral health." Uev. Francis 1J. Harlowc, .aKmita, Ga. "Tho mot clfictlvo nnd the entlcft phytic I have ever found. Ono iIoo will quickly movo my bomiN nnd free my head from palu." XT. L Taoe, ItUhmonit, Va. "A suflirrr from I.lvcr Complaint, Iy pepsla, nnd Neuralgia fur Iho lift twenty, -years, AVer's Tills liavo benefited mo moro , than nny medicine I have ever tilen." T. It. ItoQERs, A'ffdmare, .Brown Co., Ind. "For Dyspepsia they nrc Invaluable." J. T. HATES, Mixta, Texan. AYER'S PILLS, , rRETAKED BY Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, ilaas. Sold by all DruinrfsU. Notice to Teachers. The regular quarterly examina Uon of teachers -will be held at the office of School Superintendent B. L. Peel, at Court House,. Tombstone, on Monday, Juuo Gth, at 9 o'clock a. m. All teachers holding temporary certificates, and all teachers wish ing County certificates, are re quested to be present. B. L. Peel, Supt. Schools. Webster Street, H. G. Howe, Board of Examiners Cochise Co. For Sale One car-load Studebaker wagons for ranchers and freighters uso, One lot buckboards and excur sion wagons; A twenty-burro pack train, com plete apperahos, lasso, ropes and cinches new and complete; Six heavy work mules. Write for prices of above to Rogers Bros.,' Benson, Arizona. ' Ice for Families. . Commencing Tuesday, Slay 4th, wo will issue weekly ice tickets for families and other &mall consumers, at S1.00 and upwards. Drivers are not allowed to de liver ice to weekly customers with out weekly tickets. m4-tf Southwestern Ice Co. School Taxes. School taxes are now duo and payable to J. H. Behan, at the office of B. A. Fickas. The levy is three mills on the dollar. Tax payers are requested to be prompt in payment of their taxes. m J. H. Behan, my9tf School Tax Collector. mi Gregory's Restaurant, Fremont street, opposite Schief felin hall, On and after May 11, 188G, meals from 50 cents and up wards. Breakfast from 7 to 2, Dinner from 4 to 8. myl2-tf For Sale The "Elite" Saloon inNogalos, fitted up in elegant style. For particulars apply to Chas. Altschul, lv Nogales, A. T. .p Splendid Ranch Butter, from J H. White's Ranch, received every day by express, at Dyar & Bald- Just received, five tons of Alfalfa md, t Joe HoEnjm's. TWEED'S STORE ?V1 r vni OUR MOTTO: Live Let Liye. p imp ?msm Corner Allen and TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA. fioods for tiie People H. K. .Tweed desires to call the attention of the Tombstoat. public to his immense and varied stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE Which he is now offering at prices that place the goods withia the reach of everyone. All Eastern Goods purchased direct in the East, not second hand through California firms. Among the thousand and one articles which fill this mammoth store will be found - FAMILY GROCERIES Of every description. Finest California canned goods. Eu ropean and California dried fruit. Table delicacies. Choice coffee roasted and ground on the premises. Colgate's toile and other well known brands of soap. Clothing and Furnishing Goods Of which a large assortment of both Eastern and California goods will be found at very moderate prices. The latest styles of everything in these lines cheaper than you can purchase in- San Francisco. Wines, Liquors and Cigars Of choice imported and California brands by the cask, bot tie or gallon. Finest American and imported liquors. High grade cigars, tobaccos and cigarettes. w Also a full assortment of staple articles of lE3Ca-,X"7rLKLEi --vt And everything usually kept in a first-class General Mar. chandise Establishment. Is t Complete Stock No old goods. Everything fresh and new. Before you make your purchases take a walk through TWEED'S STORE Cor. AJ.lexi & Fourtb. Sts' TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA if8S&&& GOOD GOODS At Low Prices, Fourth Streets, - at Popular Fiices ! of Ms ii Arizona. 4