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V" I DAILY EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA. THURSDAY MOltNINU, JUNE 10, 1886 Vdii DAILY EPITAPH. T1.UK HCHKM'M'- -,mv Jlcxiro nU Arlr..i ll-lli Corapnuy. IHdflc llm-.3 mlnne lnwcr ihau local time. All trains dully. 100IS9 I north. I nivt. I 001:10 1 ooino NORTH. SOUTH, nivt. I utvx. 1:30 pm :x-pm i:10pra s;45pm 3.00pra 3:45 pm 4:15 pm S-.oo pm 5:35 pm 6.20 pm 8:40 pm 7:25 pm 8.05 p m 8:45 pm 3ernnu Oinleteo. .. Contention. IfalrhanV. .. Urooklliu- . Huichuc-. Kl'ln Sonolta... frlttendra Sliilopl's. Calabash ., Voraleti..., S1SH3 IIIIK'A HTtK MSK. 3.tu to connwt with WMtwu limm trln fc w. ''socnuwlth Arte" bound train Uv.. ""stajo'for CMrttonTeae at 7 a . m. Stwe for BUhee leae at 6 a. in.lxeept HnmrO. CITV TIME. 1 1e tOO Allen utreet. under Occidental Hotel. VMs Diner I k-Dt or. (lie at E. C. Drake Ad vertlln Vsency.Bland 65Me'Chanta' Bxchtnc, San Franco, C il.. whore contracts for mrtver tiling can be made tor It. LOCAL NOTES. Superintendent White has gone to Cal ifornia. Judge Miller came up from Benson last evening. Mr. Miller is building a two story adobe at Benson, 25x60. Mr. Tweed says that land is held at high prices near Phenix. Mrs. Castle has been confined to her :d for several days by malarial fever. ral Depot.... ll:S0am . ll:20ara 1055 am 10:25am Il:i0m 9:25am ..... 9:00am 3:20 am ,,. 7:60atu (Ar. J' BUOam 1 Lv. I 7:00 am e.OOau. ' 6:25 am " 4:45am BV. E. Godman, railroad agent at orres, Sonora, is in town. Tiihn P. he does not claim to be an In dian fighter; he, (John P.) manages him without fighting. Judge Reilly, "the baboon," is the coming candidate for sheriffon the dem ocratic ticket. The d 1. Governor Torres and suite passed through Nogales yestereay in a special car, en route to the City of Mexico. H. A. Tweed has purchased of J. L. Ward the dwelling house of the latter on Second streer, near Bruce. he Citizen pertinently asks where all s the officers ft the reserva- traveling agent railroad, who 1 Paso, has es- at Tucson . t the members ral Committee and nextTuss- t body. ons have caused much exo rittenden. Busi- ness is e nded and all the freight team ave been withdrawn. There will be an important meeting of the Taxpayer's Committee at the City Hall on Friday evening, at 8 o'clock. A full attendance is requested. It is now stated that there were from fifty to sixty hostiles in the band which stole the stock at Courtney's ranch. La ter reports show that this trail was made by Lieut. Dost's scouts. General Miles and staff, with a troop of dismounted colored cavalry, passed Fairbanks to-day, on their way from Calabasas to Fort Lowell, where the troops will be mounted. Private advices from Washington hint that an agent for San Carlos will be ap pointed this week. Wno will be the vic tim is yet unknown, though it is believed that he will not be a resident of Arizona. Mr. Herrick, who came up from Fair banks yesterday evening, reports that news ha.l just been received there of the ikilliu ' of two more men in the Whet- ones. " "Fashion" and "Chapo" will run a f ' i irter of a mile dash on the Doling rack Sunday next. This will be a fine '"race, as both horses are about equal in speed. The trotting race to take place at the park on Saturday, between Leach's black horse and Durkee's bay mare, is atti acting considerable attention. The former appears to have the call. D. K. Wardwell, having renounced his party, and his idea of marrying a young lirl, will settle down to business and tell hat he knows about the reform admin- i ration. Many who attended court yesterday ernoon, expecting to hear rich, rare , racy developments in the Cooley vs. lwell case, were disappointed. The touching incident was that in h the "wah boss" detailed how the e of true love failed to run smooth, tig tears to course down the bronzed of the veteran and some of hit lit a well f c utiles come frorni- sh "1 THE INSANE ASYLUM. po&ng and Elegt Home for tho An TerrJtforjV? utortuate3. Terror, s- inc3, who returneu num.) !.,... 1 .mlu .k rllptrnl p to the VISIt tO l'"-'"Al "-7t " " Grand lJ)de' Kn,-lu of l Vh,as i,atei' to a joirnal-Mmer reporter to-d.ty that theJ.reaS and growth of Salt Rivei fdllev was leally remaikablc. Uunng his stay there he took occasion to visit tlu territorial insane asylum building, which he says is a magnificent structure. It it 300 feet long, or in length the same as tht width of our plaza. He says that foui such buildings as our court house could bt placed in it, and not be seen. The laitei cjjt thih county some $80,000 01 $)o,ooo, whereas the cost of bunding and furnishing the asylum will not exceed $75,000. It will accommodate 280 pa tients, in addition to rooms for superin tendent, attendants, etc. Mr. Sines is a practical and experienced contractor linn self, and he knows whereof he speaks, when he says that he believes there is not another building of.its size in the Uniteo States finished as' substantially and work manlike, in every respect, as1 this, that has been constructed for the same amount oi money. The masonry and plastering is about completed and the woodwork rap idly approaching completion. The di rectors expect to have it all ready for tht reception of patients by the first of July, and had it not been for a portion of tht material being delayed by washouts, would have it completed sooner. 'Iht have cleared and have under cultivatioi. too acres of the 1 63 aerosol ground con nected with il. Mr. Sines says that tht people of Phenix universally, regardles. of politics, speaK in terms of praise of tin fidelity with which the directors have dis charged their duties and of the nisdon and economy exercised by them in the ex penditure (if the appropriation for tin asylum. Journal-Miner. i Gome and Sign! The following petition is being circula ted for signatures. It may be found a he offices of the EPITAPH, Tombstom and Democrat. Call and sign it. Al names will be published in the three papers : l'o the President of the United States. Sir: Several years residence in this territory has convinced us that the onlj way to obtain permanent and abiding peace for our citizens is to remove th Apache Indians from our borders. And in furtherance of this worthy object do most respectfully ask your co-operation in this good work. The San Carlos Reservation is and always has been a menace to the peace and prosperity ol this unfortunate territory. Tuesday morning and again yesfrday evening Indian signal files were noticed from Benson in the Little Dragoons, which were answered from the south enci of the Whetstones. General Miles has ordered a detachment cut to White's rench on the San Pedro, three and a hall miles west tf the Dragoons, to guard that point. Messrs. John Lyons and Ben Persons are known to have heen prospecting In the neighborhood cf these signaljfires in the Little Dragoons. t r. Wnite" has just arganized and taken out a party to find out whether anything has happened to these men. Judge Peel speaks in the highest terms of the applicants for teachers' certificates who have just concluded their examina tion. Mr. Mctcalf, of Huachuca; Mrs. Miller, of Benson, and Mrs. Ousley, of Soldier Holes, received certificates. The other two applicants, Miss Howe of Tombstone and a young student of the Tombstone schools, whose name was not learned, only failed to receive certificates because they were under the necessary age. The Uniform Rank K. of P. vyill give a social dam e to-morrow evening at the skating rink. An invitation will be ex tended to all Knights of Pythias and members of the rank will invite personal friends. A drill corps will probably en tertain the company for a half hour dur ing the evening. It is stated that the rank intend to give a social each month and that the next entertainment will be in honor of the Order of Select Knights. The Tucson Rrngers, under command of Lieut. Weaver, arrived at Benson be fore daylight yesterday. They had only been there a few minutes when they re ceived.a dispatch from General Miles to pack their encumbrances and take the trail of the hostiles who laided Court ney's ranch in the Whetstones, which was fresh at McGrew's ranch, west of Contention. A hotly contested game of poker has been going on for two or three days in an Allen street cigar store. It is said two well known ranchmen would have been much better off if they had re mained at home the past week. It is asserted that about the 27th of last month Natchez and some compan ions went within the boundaries of the Fort Apache reservation and camped comfortably under the trees, unsaddling their hones. Card of Thanks Charleston, June 9, 18S6. I di sire to express mv thank, to Di. B. II. Peterson for his u,uirng attend ance on our beloved son Arthur, nm wis beyond human help; also to Mis. Jamts Carr for her kindness to my family in our hereavement. Herman Wr.uscn. Thad Empy, it is said, will make the race fcr the nomination of county asses ior. Hie chancer, an- ecn that liurl'.c .vill become ins me ninjr t-t thp large crop of ciiididaUi after this office. Uurke says that if he is defeated Hart man had better move out of this town, as he thinks that he is. the starter of all ihis trouble. John Slaughter is frequently mentioned as a strong candidate for sheriff on the tieketofthe Unwashed. Mr. Slaughter is a decent gentleman and would make a ijood run if he could be prevailed upon o accept. But the EPITAPH is confi dent that he could not be tempted to make the race. Frank Leslie came in f om the line, yesterday. He says on the day before, seven hostiles passed within a few yards if Gicen's ranch, on the San Pedro, where Mr. Green has his family. Capt. Hatfield has returned from Sonora, to Huachuca. G. W. Bryant, the postmaster at Ben on and a Jacksonian Democrat, is visit nsr Tombstone. Mr. Bryant, barring his jolitics, is one of the best men in Arizona ind the Epitaph is pleased to welcome lim to Tombstone. For sluggish bowels, torpid liver, in ligestion, bad breath, flatulence, sick leadache, Ayer's Cathartic Pills are the ertain remedy. By land or at sea, out in the prairie or in the crowded city, hey are the best pills for purgative pur oses, everywhere alike convenient, effi .acious and safe. Special Notioe- We have now in stock the most com plete assortment of buckboards, buggies, xcursion, farm and light wagons evei irought to the Territory. They are o) ae Studebaker manufacture and were se ;cted especially for ranchmen. Send or price list. We are selling at bed ock prices. Norton & Stewart. jn8-iw Wilcox, Ariz. For Sale A fine young mare, buckboard and ? ingle harness. The harness and buck loard are new, and the mare a good me. This properly will be sold cheap, for particulars apply to tf A. J. Godfrey. Imager! If you have a feeling of oppression and un easiness a little above the diaphragm, and just iclow the right ribs, aggravated by lying on tht ight side, look out! As sure as late, you' iver is disordered. Perhars not seriously as el, but latal hepatic abscesses arc not un--ommon. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is tht recUe remedy to regulate the liver, and pre 'ent its congestion and inflamation, and to dis .erse such minor indicia of its derangement a: ellowness of the skin and ball of the eye urred tongue, sourness of the breath, nausea or ising in the morning, dizziness, sick headacht ind constipation. By relaxing the bowel; painlessly, it opens a channel of exit for tht superflous bile, checks a tendency to congesticn ind engorgement of the liver, at the same timt jiving a gentle impetus to its secretive action, ind affords relief to the stomach, which i uually inactive, out of order and oppressed wth uind when the bowels are costive. Use 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 Wagons! Wagons!! Messrs, Macneil & Moore have just received a carload of the world-renowned Studebaker Wag ons, Buckboards Carriages and Buggies. They are the Tombstone agents for this celebrated make of wagons which cannot be excelled. Call and inspect them before you make a purchase in this line. 2w. Attention. The members of tho Republican Central Committee are respectfully requested to meet at this city on Tncsday, June 15, 1886, as business of importance will bo transacted. J. 0, Dunbar, Chairman. T. A. Atchison, Secretary, jfjtf New goods received every day, at the New York Store. zyin Sedentary habits, mental worry, nervous excitement, excess or Imprudence in cut in? or drinking, mid arious other causes. Induce Constipation followed by general derangement of tho liter, Uidiicy.s, and stomach, In which tho tlNoi tier of each organ increases tho iiilirmity of the others. Tho immediate rciiilts :ue I.os of Apne tlte, Nausea, Foul Breath, Heartburn, Flat ulence, Dizziness, Sick Headache, failure of physical and mental Uyor. tlMrc-siiig sense of weight aiuUiillueis"iulhos-tomach, and Increased Costit enes, all of which are known under 0110 head as Dyspepsia. In every Instance wlicrolliistliscascdocs not originate from scrofulous taint in tho blood, AYKlt's 1'ili.s may he confidently relied upon lo cflcct :t cure. Tlio.o eases not amenable to the euratitc influence of Ayrii's 1'il.i.s alone will certainly J leld If the 1'ii.ls are aided hv the powerful hlood purlfylug properties of Aykr's Saksafa- 11II.LA. Dyspeptics should know that tho longer treatment pf their nialadv is postponed, toe more difficult of cure It becomes. Ayer's Pills Never fall to relievo the bowels and pro mote their healthful and regular action, and thus cure Dyspepsia. Temporary S -Illative all do permanent harm. Tho tful activity Into which the enfeebled stomach is spurred by "bitters," and alco holic stimulants, is inevitably followed by reaction that leaves tho organ weaker than before. "CotlvcneM, Induced by my ncdentary hablu of life, became chronic; Ateu's Tills afforded mo pecdy rclkf. Their occasional us9 hit Inco kept mo nil right." Uermann Bbino tiOTT, Ji'etcark, X.J. "I wa induced to try Ann's Tills ni a remedy for Indigestion, Constipation, nnd Headache, from which 1 had long been n euf. fcrcr. I found their action easy, and obtained prompt relief. They have bcntlilod mo more than nil tho medlclni'8 ever before tried." M.V. Watsok, IBS Slatt St., Chicago, III. "They have entirely corrected the costlvo habit, and astlv Improved myecneral health." IUv. FnANcis 15. IUnLOW,tafa, Ga. "The mot effective and Ihe easiest physic I have ever found. Ono dose will quickly move my bowel and free my head from pain." W. L. Paoi, Richmond, Va. "A sufferer from Liver Complaint, Dys pepala, and Neuralgia fur tho last twenty years, Ayer's Tills have btnefitcd mo moro than any medlclno I hae ever taken." P. It. Kooxbs, Jftedmore, Broicn Co., Ind. "For Dyspepsia they arc Invaluable." J, T. VUrzs, Mixta, Ttxai. AYER'S PILLS, j PREPARED BY Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mas. Sold by all Druggets. Notice to Teachers. The regular quarterly examina tion of teachers will be held at the office of School Superintendent B. L. Peel, at Court House, Tombstone, on Monday, Juno 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 use, One lot buckboards and excur sion wagons; A twenty-burro pack train, com plete apperaho3, lasso, ropes and cinches new and cemplete; Six heavy work mules. Vrite for prices of above to Eogers Bros., Benson, Arizona. Ice for Families. Commencing Tuesday, May 4jth, we will issue weekly ice tickets if families and other small consunvpi's at $1.00 and upwards. 1 Drivers are not allowed tode liver ice to weekly customers With out weekly tickets. m.-tf Southwestern Ice Co. School Taxes. School taxes are now due an( payable to J. H. Behan, tv the office of B. A. Fickas. The llvy is three mills on the dollar. Tax payers are requested to be prcitopt in payment of their taxes. J. H. Behan, myOtf School Tax Collecto : Gregory's Restaurant, Fremont street, opposite Sclii'" felin hall. On and after May 1 1 188C, meals from 50 cents and uP" ' 1 wards. Breakfast from 7 to. Dinner from 4 to 8. rnyl -tf For Sale The "Elite" Saloon inNgalos, fitted up in elegant xP1 For particulars apply to Ciias. Altschu lw Nop-ak's. A- T- I, Splendid Ranch Butter,, from J H.White's Ranch, received every day by express, at Dyar p Bald win's, i 1 Just received, five (ons ofjAlfalfa afiL At Joe IToefiI -'& TWEED'S STORE IPKb &iV3&5in Of It MOTTO: LiTB&LutLiTe.! Corner Allen and r. k.& r? ,ift eiij-ie-. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA. Goods for the Peole H. K. Tweed desires to call the attention of the Tombstone 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 th 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 goodc 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. Hig grade cigars, tobaccos and cigarettes. J r Also a full assortment of staple articles of S- And everything usually kept in a first-class General Mr chandise Establishment. is t Cuplete Stool No old goods. Everything fresh and new. Before you make your purchases take a walk through TWEED'S STORE Cor. 5llezx & Po-u.rtli Stsk TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA ' -TtfM ! i;i-Iiffi GOOD GOODS r"!N ij !is5rl lit Low Prices. Fourth Streets, at Poplar Prices ! of Ms i Arizona.