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THE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, Saturday, August 6, 1887,
EEPPY & PEOK, Publishers.
Fourth Street, Bot- Premont and Allen
Tombstone, UoflCorinty, Arizona.
Subscription, one year.
Entered in llio TombMonp postoflke as sec
ond class matter.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF COCHISE COUNTY
A DISMAL OUTLOOK.
The Peralta land grant which is now
agitating the country, and which will, if
.confirmed, sweep the settlers from the
Lower San Pedro, Gila and Salt River
valleys is hut ono among the many that
are being manufactured to gobble up the
few remaining acres of Uncle Sam's do
main. The Maxwell grant in New Mex
ico hs been declared valid by the high
est court in the land, though laughed
over and sneered at as its companion
fraud, the Peraha, is now in certain quar
ters. This is a day of centralization of
wealth, power and brains to rob the quiet
toiler and the busy home-maker out of
all they possess and turn them adrift
without food or shelter. It is said that
the richest men ip the nation are inter
ested in the Piralta grant, that the
, brightest legal lights have been em
ployed, and that United States Senators
and Congressmen have become interest
ed in in. "Interested" is a good word
for these degenerate days ; it has not the
harsh sound of the old word bribery.
Nowadays men do not bribe others high
in office by giving them money for their
votes and influence ; they simply "inter
est" them by making the official interest
ed in the grand scheme, which, by the
way, is all right of course. The origina
tors will manufacture the title papers.
We confess we do not know what is to
be done about it. All the loose property
on the aforesaid grant is not sufficient to
make a successful fight against the
brains, the money and the influence of
the men who have bought their way into
the United States Senate against the will
of the majority of the honest voters. We
know the land belongs to the settlers;
they have dug canals, cleared away the
brush and planted orchards and vine
yards. They have converted a veritable
desert of thirsty sand a burning cactus
plain into a paradise of living green, of
sombre forests, interspersed with running
streams, and have settled down in the
hope and expectation of spending the
evening of their days in the shade of
their own vine and fig tree. But while
ihey have toiled to make the desert
bloom like the rose, the land grant fac
tory has been running, and a grant has
been ground out that covers the cottage,
the.Iawn, the arbor and the orchard, as
well as the towns and cities, where solid
brick blocks have been built, whete man
ufactories and mills are tunning.
Here on the borders of a Mexican
State we know how these grants are got
ten up. To illiHtnte: there is a wine
cellar in San Francisco where the
choicest of French wines are produced
from the California vintage. The French
bottle, covering for the top, label and
stamp are used. They are covered with
dust and cobwebs to give them an ap
pearance of age, and are finally shipped
cast in au old French case and sld for
the genuine foreign product. The manu
facture of land grants is carried on in a
similar manner, with this difference: The
wine-drinker has just as good and whole
some nn article as the foreign product,
but he has paid four times as much for it
as he would had he ordered California
wine; while in the land grant ca,se the
government is directly swindled out of
untold millions in the sale of her public
lands, and ten times as much more in the
impoverishment of her people.
The records in Mexico are not kept in
books as they are in this country; title
papers are. often kept in pigeon-holes,
where one can be removed and another
added by a dishonest keeper of records,
without disturbing or disarranging any
oilier record. Hence, if you wish to get
a land grant covering hundreds of thou
sands of acres, all you have to do is to
get the same kind of parchment used in
the days of Cortcz, make out the grant
with the necessary descriptions, signa
tuies and seals, begrime it with the dust
and cobwebs of ages, a la the San Fran
cisco wine cellar, take a few thousand dol
l.irs and .go to the City of Mexico, and
the thing is done, with the exception of
sending a searcher of records to take a
copy of the document, "interesting" a
few United States Senators, and getting
up a syndicate to fight it through to con
firmation. An alarmibt is oftimcs a dangerous in
dividual in a community; but as Rome
w-rtS baved by the quacking of a goo3e,
may not an humble scribe be permitted
to rcgisttr his firm belief that unless
something is done, and, done immediate
ly, all will be swallowed up by the mon
ster syndicate, the claimants of the Per
Jt is now settled beyond doubt that we
are on the eve of a lsvival in mining
matters. Recent developments in prop
cities of the Grand Ctntral Company
notably the Emerald the purchase of
the Old Guaid by a wealthy English
syndi. ate, besides minor s'.nkes in out
side properties, have given our people i
confidence not experienced in three established reputation made while agent hors race. Ike Clanton who was prcs
yearj. The California lml boom has of the Arapihoe and Cheyenne Indians ent when Ellinger was shot down, fol
abnut spent its foicr, and 'he i.txt ex- L0me years ago. His admmi-itr.ition then lowed closely in Craig's trail, leading
citemeut (it we may be allowed to pro j proved a signal success, and it is believed ' in. o the dark valley of death, and now
phesy) will he in mines ti.e active, ' i,e will meet with the same results at San j comes, on the same ghastly trail, the
energetic development of mints as a ' Culpj, quaking, cringing, murderous soul of
business proposition. Many fins prop
erties in this district, which are destined
to pour millions into the laps of their
fortunate possessors, are now lying idle,
awaiting the time when the voice of the
enemies of silver and silver-mining shall
no longer be heard in the land,
The Roatd of Equalization, by placing
a fair assessment on the railroads of the
Territory, such as they would jny upon
without resort to the court, would be
serving the best interests of the people.
The same may be said with regard to all
species of property.
One nvning company alone in this
district has more than three hundred and
fifty men upon its pay-roll, moie than
they ever employed at ohe time in the
most prosperous days of the camp. We
refer to the Grand Central. And et
Superintendent Gage has been asked
quite frequently of late, when he is going
to begin work, which question would
naturally rile up any man under the cir
cumstances. Our readers are requested Rot to con
sider the present issue as a sample of the
Weekly Epitaph. Taking possession
of the office only the latter part of this
week, the limited time has not given the
new publishers an opportunity to pro
duce such a paper as they would desire.
It is proposed to furnish a weekly mining
report in the future, besides a summary
of the week's news and other matters of
interest. In short, we hope to print a
paper that no one need be ashamed to
send to a friend.
To those kind friends who desire to
know why we don't publish a daily, we
would say, once for all, that when the
proper time comes, when the business of
the city will warrant the publication of a
newspaper taking press dispatches, and
otherwise having some of the constituent
parfs of a daily piper, such as we con
ceive it should be, and such as the
Epitaph was years ago, then and not
until then may they look fur a Daily
Epitaph. We believe that time is very
near, and slnll be on the ground to
herald the glad event.
The relations existing between our
brethren of the press in Northern Arizo
na are evidently "strained," if we may
judge by the following from the Prescott
The "lusus naturae" who claims to edit
the Journal-Miner is mad, very mad. He
has made several unprofessional attacks
upon this papr, and got more than he
bargained for, hence the brute's rabies.
He talks about cowards; the reputed
would-be assassin of Jim Wetheibe
might fight a sick woman, but we doubt
if he has the courage to face a rival
whom he hates and take even chances.
If so, he has a grievance, and knows
when, where and how to gratify his coy
The government posts of Foit
Dowell and Thomas are supplied
with ice machines.
The military force at San Carlos In
dian agency is to be increased from two
to four companies.
A number of Wallaoai braves arc on a
visit to Prescott, and a depletion of
clothes racks will be the result.
The Total Wreck mine is opening up
in a very satisfactory manner, and will
no doubt prove to be a handsome prop
erty. It is now authentically known that on
the first of September the Maricopa and
Phenix road will pass into the hands of
the Southern Pacific company.
The three-eyed colt, recently on ex
hibition at Prescott, has been sent to
Washington, where a cast of it will be
made and placed in the Smithsonian In
stitute. When completed and full, the Walnut
Grove dam, near Prescott, will contain in
round numbers 15,000,000,000 gallons of
water. It is 130 feet long, and when fin
ished will be 130 feetliigh.
The 1 erritorial Board of Equalization
meets on the 8th at Prescott. Messrs.
C. M. Bruce and I. N. Towne have gone
to Prescott as representatives of the
stock associations of the southern coun
ties of Arizona.
Articles of incorporation of the Tempe
Land and Improvement company with
capital stock of $250,000 divided into 50
oca shares at a per value of $5 per share,
have been filed with the Recoider of
Maricopa county. Incorporators are E.
B. Gage, C. W. Leach, L. W. Bhnn, C.
A. Hooper and Francis Cutting.
The Tucson land office is doing a rush
ing business. From July 5th (the date
when Judge Duff qualified) to the end of
July, the office examined and passed
upon 260 entry papers, wrote 390 official
letters, fixed the time for hearing five
contested cases, issued 11 notices for
publication of application for pttenta to
mines and 48 noiices for publication of
proof on agricultural lands. Star.
The Star learns from Major Coxe that
the Indians about Fort Apache are con
tent, industrious and favored with good
crops. Nearly all their produce is sold
to the Government contractors. Matters
at San Carlos are moving along harmo- I retribution which has followed every
niously. Capt. F. E. Pierce, acting In-I man closely connected with the jump
dian agent, has been granted a leave of! ing of the Cottonwood ranch and the
absence, and Capt. J. M. Lee has been j muider of Ike Ellinger.
assigned as acting agent during Capt. Ciaig, the nnn who jumped the ranch
Pierce's absence. Capt. Lee is a very was s.liot and killed at Fairview, N. v
proper officer for the trust, as he Ins an Mxiro, in a drunken wrangle over a
DIES WITH HIS BOOTS ON.
Another ono cf tho Notorious Olanton
Gang of Outlaws gone.
The readers of the Critic will begin to
think that the tragic carnival of death is
holding daily sessions in the mountains
on the bolder of Ap.iche and Graham
counties; but be that as it may, this
seems to bo a cold year far outlaws and
murderers in this vicinity.
By way of preface to the detailed re
port of the killing of that dastardly
murderer Lee Re ufro, which occurred on
tne 8tU day of July, in the White moun
tains, in Graham county, I wilt briefly
recount the circumstances under which
Renfro murdered Isasx N. Ellinger, well
known in this community: a)cunginan
of strict integrity, temperate habits and
possessing all the qualities that arc
requisite to make a good citizen.
Some time last fall, while Ellinger was
temporarily absent from his ranch, which
was situated just across the territorial
line in New .Mexico and known as the
Cottonwood ranch, one Craig, at the
instigation of Renfro, "jumped" the
property. Mr. Ellinger had purchased
the place more than a year pievious and
had made it his home and headquirters.
On or about the Gth of November last,
he in company with Wilds P. Plummer
went to Ciencga Amarilla, (the Clanton
ranch) and it being about noon Ellingei
and his friend Plummer, upon the in
vitation of the Clantons, dismounted and
took dinner. Besides these two gentle
men there was present at the table, Ike
and Phin Clanton, Lee Renfr- and Bill
Jackson. While dining, the subject of
the jumping of the ranch came up, but
no hard words were passed. The first
to finish eating were Mr. Ellinger, Ike
Clanton and Lee Renfro, who arose and
passed to Phin Clanton's cabin, some
ten or twelve steps distant. They had
but entered the room when Renfro com
menced to abuse Ellinger for something
that it was reported had been said about
the jumping of the ranch, at the same
time picking up his six-shooter from the
table and walking toward Ellinger. At
this junction Ike Clanton stepped in be
tween them, but Renfro suddenly threw
his pistol around Ike and shot Ellinger
in the breast. Mr. Ellinger lived sever
al days in great agony, suffering a thou
sand deaths, and died on or about the
tenth day of November last. Renfro
seeing that his vicim had received a
moital wound asktd for a horse, which
was at once furnished by the Clantons,
and Lee Renfro rode aw.iv, and has been
skulking in the mountains of Arizona
t'e most of the time since, a fugitive
from justice, with no other company
than oullaws and wild beasts.
It is strange how these kind of charac
ters, in spite of their precautions, mcjt
their doom. Renfio, with some of his
kindied spirits, vm camped in a canyon,
opening out on the Rio Bomto, in the
mountains on the Apache Indian reser
vation, on the 8th day of this month.
On this same (kie a secret seivire officer,
accompanied by three men furnished
uim by the agent of the San Cailos
Indians, by a singular chance, happened
to be h jilting for stolen cattle belonging
10 the San Carlos A;;ency, in the neigh
borhood where Renfro at.d his party
were camped. As the uffice and posse
were riding across a plateau they ob
served a man come out of a canyon
about one hundicd and fifty yards dis
tant, on foot and in his shirt-sleeves.
The officer said to two of his men, "you
fellows ride over to that man and tell
him that we are from the southern coun
tiy and if possible get him to come over
here, as I want to question him about
the trails." The two men rode over to
the man in his shirt-sleeves and convers
ing with him a lew moments, they to
gether returned to where they had left '
the officer and his remaining companion,
" r 'I
who in the meantime had dismounted
and were pielending to be fixing their
saddles. When the approaching party
were within ten or fifteen paces the
secret service officer, who had his horse
between him and the approaching party,
recognized Renfro. He quickly stepped
in front of his horse and called out,
"Lee Renfro, throw up your hands !"
repeating the order twice. Renfro in
stead of obeying the command, attempt
ed to pull his six-shooter, when the offi
cer fired, shooting him through the upper
part of the heart and left lung. Renfio
fell, the officer ran to him and Renfro
calling him by name asked:
"Did you shoot me for money?"
The officer replied: "No, I shot you
cause vou resisted arrest "
.cause you resisieo. arrest,
Renfro then said, "I suppose it is all
up with mc," and asked the officer to
take his watch and other effects he had
on his person and send them to his
brother in Cow-boy, Texas, and wi
speaking anothei word he breathed his
This man Renfro was an abject and
servile tool of Ike Clanton, who met the
same fate but a few weeks before, and
they both occupy untimely graves within
twenty miles of each other in the wilds
of the White mountains.
It is remarkable the swift and terrific
Lee Renfro, all crimson with the blood
of an honored cit'zen, rushing headlong
in quest of the two kindred spirits, who
have so shortly preceeded him into the
"great unknown," that "undiscovered
country from . hence no traveler returns."
Thus ends the fourth act in the bloody
tragedy of the murder of Isaac Ellinger.
Apache Co. Critic.
A carload of fresh canned goods has
been received, also a fresh lot of bran
wheat, barley, etc., at Joe Hoffler1
There is nothing equal to the Great
Acme Remedy to restore your nerves
after excessive drinking, and what is still
more ceditable to the remedy, it will, if
used as directed, destroy the appetite for
Hiirum r.stimulating drink";.
Fresh oysters, cined and shell, are
received daily at the Maison Doree,
and will be served in the latest styles.
tf Anr.and Tuquet, Proprietor.
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor and
City Engineer, surveys, maps and reports
on mines a specialty. All work per
formed at reasonable prices. Land
surveys and applications made promptly.
Best of references given.
H. B. Maxson,
Office 316 Fifth St.
The best butter in town at Wolcotts
The J. H.White brand. t
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This powper never varies. A marvel
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Mere economical then the ordinary kinds
and cannot be sold in competion with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.
Royal Baking Fowdlr Co., 106 Wall
St., N. Y.
The above reward will be paid
by the County of Cochise in Gen
eral Fund Warrants for the arrest
and conviction of tho murderer of
Thomas Salcido, who was murder
ed at Fairbanks last spring.
By order of the Board.
Wsr. D. Monjionier,
Clerk Board Supervisors.
In the Justice's Court of Township No. i.
County of UichUe, Territory of Anzoiu.
J. J. McClelland, plainiiff vs R. H. Archer
and K. J. Pryke, copartners as Archer & Pryke,
Complaint filed in the office of the undersign
ed Justice of the Peace in said connty of Cochis-e
and Summons issued thereon this day and date.
In the name oi the Territory of Arizona, the
Territory of Arizona to R. H, Archer and R, J,
Prvke. cooartneis as Archea & Pryke. defend
m. .a..rt Mnd nf hah nA liarnK.r climninnPfl
and required to appear and answer the coni-
plaint of plaintiff's at my office in. the City of
Tombstone, Cochise county, Anxona, within
five days. Should this summons be served upon
4,f i", . !'. ..XMl
navs. 11 s lveuouioi mis coupiv. r.umu micnj
. f I .t . .LI.. CflUn
davs. (excluding the day of Service). Irom the
gay this summons is served upon you. This ac
tion is brought to recover judgment against yoe
for the sinn of $101.00 upon a promissory n otu
and $33 50 interests thereon and for co'sts ou
suit; and you are hereby notified that shonlbfyou
fail to appear and answer slid complaint within
the time stated, the said plaintiff u ill apply to the
court lor said judgment against you for said
sums and all costs.
Given under my hand at my office in the city
of Tombstone, Cochise county, A. T., this July
19th, A. D. 1887,
Justice of the Peace.
I Justice's Conrtof John C. liaslon, in and for
I lno Cuny f Cochise, Territory of Arizona, to
me directe'd and dejivered on a' judgment ren-
Dir 1'irtitn nf on piiillnn Jccimrl mil nf lit
deied in said court on the 15m day of July,i887.
in lavor ot ti. K. iweed and against U. C.
McLane wherein I am commanded to make the
sum of $156.60 damages with interest thereon
from date of judgment at the rate of 10 per cent
! per annum until paid, together with $45.53
( costs and accrning costs, I have this day levied
upon the following described properly, to-wit;
One adobe houe, situated about four miles
from Camp Huachnca, known as lho MeLane
dance house, and also the bar and fixtures and
appuiteiunccs thereunto contained, and cook
ing stoe and cooking utensils. Public
notice is hereby gh en that on the 15th day of
August, 1887, between theho.usof 10 a. in. and
4 p. m., in front of the caurt house, in the city
of Tombstone, Cochise county, Arizona Territo
ry, 1 will sell ail the right, title and interest of
the said D. C. McLane, in and to the aboe
described property at public Auction, to the
highest ami best bidder, for cash, lawful money
of the United Slates, to satisfy said execution
and all costs.
Dated this the 35th day of uly, 1887.
BEN JAMES, Constable.
The undertaking business heretofore carried
on in this city by Jos. P.ischoly & Co., lus been
this day diisolvecf by mutuil consent, Joseph
Pascholy rearing ad A. . Ritter remaining.
All bills due Jos. PascholyS Co. will be paid to,
and all debts contracted by Jos.' Pascholy & Co.
will be paid by, J03. P scholy.
Date Tombstone, June 28, 1887.
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A full and complete line of
GENTS' Pnmishins GOODS
Dinner, Breakfast and Soup Plates, 80c to $1
per doz. Eastern Prices.
Cups and Saucers $1.00 per doz., Floor Oil
Cloths, 40cs, 50cts per yd.
Harness, Tinware, and Glassware, always on:
hand at reasonable prices.
Wagon Covers, Tents, Guns and Ammunf
tion at Eastern Prices.
Wall paper of every
25, 30 and 80cts per
ALLEN ST. BET. FOURTH ANDFIFT.
Tents, Wagon Covers,
MINING SUPPLIES, ETC
Gomor JFixth tmti Fremont.
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style and description,