The newspapers around San Francisco ran stories about when John M. Chenoweth was a bartender in Tombstone. They told of what good friends Ike Clanton and Chenoweth were...Some of the stories talked about how Chenoweth teamed up with the Cow-boys to fight the Earp brothers....These must have been stories Chenoweth told his patrons at his Peerless Saloon in San Francisco..Tall tells indeed.
I think the Earp's defense team intentionally refrained from raising the issue of Ike's sobriety because Ike's actions on the morning of October 26th look far worse if taken by a sober person, rather than... more
Speaking of bartenders.... — Robert Buckley,Sat Aug 26 18:43
Robert ... have you found anything more about Chenoweth being the editor for a pro-Joyce, anti-Earp newspaper? Apart from being involved with Joyce, he took a trip to New York with "Boss Buckley" and somehow... more
In a book written by Sherry Monahan,Taste of Tombstone, she wrote that the Grand Hotel was originally leased by W.D.Crow,J.E.Palmer and John Chenoweth....W.D. Crow owned the Republican newspaper .... perhaps... more
And, I see Palmer was City Clerk and proprietor of the Dexter livery stables ... apart from a few other pies J. E. Palmer moved into Babbitt house in northern part of town Ja/10 3/2 J. E. Palmer, manager... more
Deputy U.S. marshal Leslie Blackburn arrested John Chenoweth of the Grand Hotel-Bar for selling liquor and tobacco without a license. https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84021939/1882-01-16... more
Thanks Robert ... in response to your first link I was I was about to send the second but you'd beaten me to it https://www.google.co.uk/books/edition/Nevada_Gunsmoke/87dbEAAAQBAJ?hl=en&gbpv=1&dq... more