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EEPPT & PEOK, Publishers.
Fourth Btwet, between FremonYand Allen
Tombstone, Cochise County, Arizona.
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF OOOHISB COTOTY
The lacts as to the blackmailing of a
prominent business man of this city, by
the manager of the Prospector, are sub
stantially as printed in last week's EPI
TAPH . The attention of the grand jury,
which assembles in this city one week
fnm Monday, is called to (hi matter.
The crime is o.ie of the most despicab.e
ones on the calendar, and is too frequent
ly practiced in a mining camp, where a
sale ol property can hardly take place
without an attempt on the part of som
unprincipled scoundrel to extort mone
from the buyer or seller. Rarely h -there
been such a plain case of extortioi.
made as the one in question, and it be
hooves the Court to set the seal of iu
condemnation upen it. Let one black
mailer be sent to the penitentiary ant
the pMC.ice would become decidedly un
popular ia thVfuture. It mayle urget
tl.ai Jimmy Nash is a youn man, an
did not understand the heinousnesuf thi
cri ne he wa. commuting, but it wi i
hardly do in his case to pead the babj
act. A ed'tor ot a newspaper in th.
c.ty for year?, he occupied a pusitio.
wtiicn ave him great opportunities In
g od or evil. He chose ihe latter coursi,
and h mid be willing to abi.le by tt.t
result. It is understood that Judg
Swain, counsel for the accused, aCi t
that Nash was drunk whtn he made the
threats to publish the scandal, in case ht
was not paid $100 to keep quiet, hut
neither will this theory wash; for Nash
never gets drunk. It is true he is what
is called a "soaker," his system being
constantly saturated with alcohol, but he
keeps on his feet, and has no brain worth
mentioning to be affected. This fact
may be pleaded in extenuation of the of
fense, and we cannot gainsay it. But
the truth remains that a crime has been
committed, and it is the grand jury's duty
to investigate. By applying at this of
fice they can get the names of half a dozen
reputable witnesses who will substantiate
the charge. The position the EPI
TAPH occupies in the matter is similar
to that of a decent attorney when an un
principled member of the legal profession
commits an unworthy act. We desire
to see the perpetrator punished in order
to purge the profession of journalism of
its disreputable members. We have no
personal malice in the matter, nor any
desire to "down the Prospector," as has
been asserted. Wc care nothing lor the
N ish opposition, and would prefer it to
any other that could be mentioned, for
no sooner will Nash go to Yuma, than
other and more worthy competitors will
take his place. As a matter of fact, the
Epitaph is acting against its own inter
est in urging this prosecution. Pro
fessional piide alone impels us to it.
T.ut staid old journal, the American
Agrtcul'uialist, announces a beef hminr,
as imminent, and pi ices the date of tht
great scarcity as next yeu, or 1889 a'
the litest. Tne Breeders' Gtzette, a most
reliable publication, also predicts a beel
shortage. When such papers as these
mentioned take such a pronounces
stand in predicting higher prices, con
sequent upon rtduced supp'y, is it then
out of place for the western jnur.iaU fai
from the markets, to howl a tittle in j j
at the coming change of affairs. S ire a
fate there wi 1 be a change fur the bcttei
next year. ,
The conyiiun. cation ot A G. Kimball,
on the In li m quetion,which is. published
ehewhere, is well wor.h a careful perusal
It presents a truihful statement nf the
c inditinn of iffairs as they tx ted at tht
time Central Miles took command ot the
D part nent of Ar z na. Now, 1h.1t, ks it
him, peace reigns throughout the entin
Territory Tne magnificent sword to b
presented the General in Tucson iext
Tuesday tefleus but a small p rtion 01
the esteem in which he is held by tht
people of Arizona, who feel themselves
under lasting obligations to him.
A bold scheme ot engineering, says,
trie Railway Age, is that of tunneling
the Rocky Mountains under one of
their highest peaks, for a distance ol
25,003 feet, or nearly five miles. It
is claimed that this work, if it is ac
complished, would shorten the distance'
between Denver and Salt Lake City
at least nearly three hundred miles, ana
it is asserted that considerable capital
has been raised in England for the uu
As bearing on the question of what the
produce of a single cow might be in 4
period often years, Mr. W. F. Wiley,
of Iowa, presents the Breeders' Gazette
with a carefully-kept record of what a
cow actually did lor him. In the years
1876 to 1887 inclusive, beginning as a
two-year-old, she produced nine calves
five bulU and four heifers and her total
oHsprlnj; was 59 head, or 31 heifers and
23 bulls. The original cow and all her
female decendants are yet living.
H G. Temple, whom Geo. H. Tinker
Iff. in charge of trie FlagstaffChampion
d in..g hi, absence, skipped out a lew
d is go, before the luUr's return from
in.- I im, aking with him some $400 or
Jj6o of Mr. linkei's funds. Journal
G - vhllikersl where did an Arizona
AN OPEN REPLY.
Ravensbeque P. O., Colo., Oct. 25.
Editor Epitaph: I am about to
leave this cold, unhospiuble country, and
I desire some information about Ari
zona in general and Cochise county in
particular. By replying to the follow
ing questions you will confer a favor upon
miny who- contemplate moving to your
1 . Is there good vacant Government
land, and water for irrigating the same?
2. How is drinking water?
3. Is it a good stock country?
4. Can a poor man get water on his
5. Is there work for men and teams?
6. What wages are paid?
7. How abjuuhe climate and health?
J. F. Herrick.
1. There is mucn good Government
I in), subject to entry under the desert,
jre-emption and horn-stead laws, though
water as a general thing is scarce.
There is only one running stream of any
-izi in Cochise county (the San Pedro
ivrr), and land along that is very gen
:rally taken up, either by grants, fraudu
lent and otherwise, and by actual
.ttlers. The Sulphur Spring Vallej
contains an immense underground flow
1 fev feet from the surface and murl
food unoccupied land can there be lo
ated, and d witless cultivated, but tht
xperiment has never been tried to an)
xtrnt. It i now use I fir grazing, an
imi hes feed for tens of thousands ol
2. Drinking water generally is excel
n. 3 It is the best breeding country foi
ork to be foU'd under the sun.
4 t.uca'ors under the canals on tl e
iila and Sit rivers are compellrd to
p tv from $600 io'$t 000 for water righ-
ufficient to irrigate 160 acres, and p)
or the water in addition at the rate ol
ibout $1 per acre yearly. In this
county, by utilizing the surplus water
which falls, during the rainy season, and
storing the same, a large amount of land
can be brought under cultivation much
cheaper. The land is a loose rich
loam, generally free from alkali, and pro
duces wonderful' Crops.
5. There is work for everybody, and
p luperism is not known.
6. Miners get S3 per day, and other
wages are in proportion.
7. The thermometer ranges from 100
in summer to 30 degrees above zero in
winter, and with the exception of a few
places along the San Pedro, where there
is some malaria.it is as healthy a countiy
as was ever known .
HOW MUCH STOCK DID YOU GET
The Epitaph is still harping on the
Tortilita mines, and parades its gross
ignorance of those valuable propertie
by condemning them. At the same
time it says, "the EPITAPH has never
knowingly represented a mining prop
erty in other than its true light," which
hypocritictl affectation is decidedly
tmjsing to its readers. The Tortilita
m nes are producing bullion in paying
q 1 (.unties, a id nave p iM iheir own way
for tie pist several yetrs. There are'
mt fe m ning properties in Cochise
Ciiunty th it h tve at good a record. Our
fith in thise mines is n it to be shaken
by suca rando n assertions as the EPI
TAPH uuer, and u nil ome bettei
reasons are advanced for their c indent
ation than the base prejudices under
lying the present malicious attack, we
s tall give these mines the full and im
p irti tl credit their m :rits as built n pro
tucers warrant. Klorenre Eiierprise.
HERHFO Di IN ARZONA.
We notice the arrival ot two c irlods
f thoroughbred Hereford bulls at YV.I
cix fir H C. H nicer of Wiilcox. We
are enabLd to g.ve fu ler particulars in
reference to the shipment.
Tiiese b 1 Is are forty-ihr:e in numb -r
a id are all entered in the American Here
I ird record, which is a guarantee of puri
ty of breeding. Tney are furnished by
tie T. C. Miller Co., of Biecher III.,
tie'olJe'si H:re(rd breudtrsin Americi,
a linn tin hts dine more to bring the
Hreiords into prominence th in any other
ill Americi or England. The Engli-h
bree lers in England a few years since
took occasion, when Mr. Miller was 0.1 a
visit to Herefordshire, to tender him a
public reception in acknowledgement of
hi, services in bringing the Hereford so
prominently and successfully before the
A nencan people.
They further testified their appreciation
of his services by presenting him a herd
of Hereford heifers.
Mr H. C. HoDker met Mr. Miller a
yeir ago and discussed the merits of the
herds for ranch purposes, and especially
the advantage of using the thorough
breds, rather than the grade Hereford
Mr. Hojker having used the grade
Hereford bull for several yeirs, has now
after a ctreful irw'e.iuati n of tieir
merits, conclu led to ad pt the thorough
bred Hereford for ue in his herd, for
the future, r.iii shipment is tne first
move in this direction, and will be follow
ed by others until ah bulls of other herds
and their grades wili bj displaced by ihs
h is well t noiice somewhat Mr.
Ho liter's practice in thi breedi.14 and
en") i-hmg this herJ, which is recngniz.
ed by alia thi equtltfnot he superior
01 any other rane herd in Arizona. He
hu med oily lulls of h'gh merit from
the sian, and the result has been that
that portion if the herd that has been
bred by himself will co.npare favorably
TOMBSTONE EPITAPH:, TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, AT0BDAT, NOVEMBER
with that of good bullock business in the
He is now prepared to start from a
high standard with these thoroughbred
Herefords, from the use of which he
hopes and exp;cts to bring out steers
that will mature early and of such
weight and quality at the age of two
two yt arsaj will command the top pric.:
of the best markets in America.
His range is one of the best in Ari
zona; it is well watered and handsomely
divided between the open prairie, foot
hills, and mountain range, giving that
variety of food and protection that
secures the best result in the breed
ings raising of bsef bullocks. Tucson
An Albuqucicjue dispaich a s: News
has been received here of the killing of
William Bonner, a cowboy who belonged
to the Graham faction inTonto Basin, A.
T. When the body was discovered it
was covered with sagebrush. From the
appearance of the body, it is evident that
he was ambushed and killed, probably
by members of the Tewksburv gang as
he belonged tuthe Graham facti m. With
Bonner's de3th ends a list ol twenty
men who have been shot and kill d in
that neighborhood in the past two
It is stated nn good authority that
Bnntur wasthe parly who recently held
up the si ge between Ft. Apache and St.
nhn, si curing quite a sum of mone.
He is said to be ne of the parries who
.ibbfd the Atlantic and P.ic fi: train ni
Mavrfjo s'a'ion a shott time ag. H
las participat- d in all manner of crime
that have staimd ihe annals of Ai'z n,
and tnere is no question that his death is
.1 wt Icome one.
The murders which have occurred in
I'onto Basin, and which from tl eir
"loony nature have staril d the 1 ivilized
vorld, can be triced to a love aff ir in
ihich a daughter cf old man Bieven
figured. From all accmnts it seem,
that when the I3lcven, Graham and the
Tewksbury families ettled in 'lonto
Basin, Miss Sal.ie Blevens, who had in
years gone by leirned to love William
Graham, but had not seen him since
childhood, on again meeting him renew
ed the affection. This did not meet with
recognition from her paient;,but she per
sistently defied them and would see her
lover. From her persistence in casting
father, mother, brothers, sister, .ind
home aside, she was the instrument
through which envy and hated arose, and
from which at least twenty men h ivi
died violent deaths. The gangs have all
nearly been killed off by shei iff,' posses
or at the hands of each othrr, and with
this latest death it is hop?d Tonto B .sin,
which is a good grazing country, but the
numerous murders in which have retard
ed immigration to A'izona, will soon be
settled with good men.
During the absence ol R v. G. L. Pear
son and wife, the ladies ol the Methodist
Church propose to put the pirsnnage in
repiir and a complete state of good order.
To raise funds for this, they will give
within the next two weeks the entertain
ment c tiled the "Dairy Maids' Conven
tion." Nineteen charming young hdies
will particip ite, and do all in their p iwer
to make it a success. There is no dou'it
but that this will be an auric ive and in
teresting entertainment. Due notice will
be given of 11m and place.
Mining matters are prospering in His
lee as they are in ro-nbstone. G ftl
miners ate wanted and hard to ge'. The
report that the Quern Companv hid
nought the Prince is without tound.vion.
Tuo furnaces are in lull blist on Queen
ore; coke is coming in I y the hundreds ol
tins and copper bull on goin out. Every
thing is running like clockwork and the
camp is prnspe nus
Abbott. 1 h o nfi rnte man who got
money finm Maiy T.ick on the p etense
of having di-cnvered caves of gold and
-ilver in Mtxco, md se vrd a term in
the county jtil lor the ff nse, it s. ems
has got otheis to put up for him on the
same lay. He leit Thursday for San
FrancUco, and was driven 1 1 iht tailioad
hy private cnnvyanre in fine st)le. Ab
bo t is a nvioth art rlr.
The Su reme Court ul the United
S'ates hts denied ihe writ of nor in the
cse of the Chiog anarchists. Tnu
decision was announced by Chnf Justice
Waite in a Inng an.l ctreful prepared
opinion which occupied thirty minutes in
Flagstaff, Arizona, has struck a great
piece of luck. An inexhaustible supply
of pure water was discovered on a peak
two thou ind feet above the city, while
running a tunnel.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Lidies Aid Society of ilia M. E. Church
will be held Thursd ty next at 2 p m , at
the residence of Mrs. E A. Shittuck, an
Rad the hopna reuorts, read the
mortuary report-, read ihe medical pub
lications, read the daily newspapt r-, and
learn how wide- spread is heart di-ease,
how difficult of detection it is to most
people, h iw m tny and how sudden are
the deaths it causes. Then read Dr.
Flint's Treason on Heart D.seie, and
learn what it is, what causes it, what
disease, it K'ves ri,e to, what its symp
toms are, and hov it may be attacked.
If you find you hive heart di-ea,e, a,k
your drugg st for a bottle of Dr Flint's
Heart R medv. The treatise may be
had on appl OMon to J J, Mack & Co.,
Not 9 and I Frunt siucij S. F.
THE HORSE'S AGE.
(Phenix Heraid J
To know Ih; ags of any horse,
First view his lower jaw, ol course;
His six front teeth the age will tell.
By lules I give, 10 learn them elL
When colt can count ah weeks but two,
Two m ddle teeth will be in view:
And wten he shall be eibt wclu old,
Four fivnt leeih jou tnen bclio d.
And when eight months are gone and past,
'1 he end teeth cjme there's six at last.
In one year, Irora the middle two,
1 he ouulde grooves are lost to view.
And in two years, from second pair,
The ou'sido grooves will disappear;
Ihe same fate makes the end teeth bare,
Wh.n colt has counted his third year.
At two, the middle pair drop out;
At thrne, pair second's "up the spout;"
At lour, the corner teeth are goce;
At five, a full new set is shown.
The dark spots from the m ddle two.
At si years di. appear iroru we;
At teven, the second pair are white;
Eleven finds the end qjite bright.
And as your horse grows old in years.
His r.undcs. ttctii three cornered wears;
And theugiow hng, slick out before,
Likj saiuLo's jjWs or Fat galure.
It is lor you, my granger friend,
Tixm ve, es rudj lb.it I ruvj penned;
Aiid when ano.se y u buy or sell;
J usi ..ovv lueir irutu a. d now larewell.
. h. Wharton.
Pber.ix, Oct. it, iZBj.
AN ARIZ NA PICNIC.
Editor Epitaph: i here must cer
tainly be something fascinating to Tomb
stone pe p'e in Cochise Sronghold, two
i en cs in a niontn test fing to that.
And it cannot be won 'ered at by one who
his seen ihe grmdeur of that beautiful
place. It is incompanble, and having
een seen on e must be seen again and
again. Sevn o'clock Monday morning
I st saw si-ven carriage loads leave the
city, and take the long road over
the mesa that leads to the Dra
goons. The lvel camping spot under
the sha 'ow of ihe great granite rocks
wis reached ahout half ptst ten. There
was no deanh' of a good time or lack ol
all the comforts for the inner man and
woman. Was there ever such fried
chicken fried right thereby three gen
tlemanly cooks, who needed no help and
no advice from tht ladies as to just how
hot the lard should be or how long that
chicken should be over the fire. The
Colonel preferred , broiled chicken, and
soon had a great bed of coals over which
his rosy face bent as he watched and
turned that tender fowl. The lolly One
was there, whose jokes and quips kept
time to the sputtering of the frying. The
Man of Sense furnished an equilibiium
for him, and the Maiden was not absent
from the picture. There was small need
of the Rom itic, but the Dismayed stood
therewatching and waiting for that coffee
to boil, while the fire stnok d so bidly
that she feared it never would be done in
fine to go with the chicken. The
Prince ol Hosts turned chicken with a
great trident, and flung a towel around in
real waiter style. The Maiden waited
smilingly and ate potato chips and olives,
wiih an occasional bite at a wing, and
the Charming Hostess made it charming
for all. The L idy who made the Cara
mel Cake was praised by all, and made
one of the chief factors of the day's
enjoyment . A family of charming East
ern people, who were kind enough to ad
mire and prtise everything, even it were
in Arizona, accompanied the Tombstone
picnickers, and added greatly to the
pleasure of the occasion. The attempts
to di-gni,e one's voice so that a blind
folded friend should not be able to guess
tthoit a-, were comical,and were enjoy
ed nnin1 n-tly, especiall) by the Tease.
The Uii'iioved lay upon the grass ana
filled up m the antics of the others wiih
a bl md smile, ihus calmly endorsing all
1 th t the other, did, even tothe adjectives
, an 1 attr bu'is, both good and bad, ap
plied to the "Minister's Cat." The Act
ive A cunte One lo ked with contempt
' upon such simp'e games, arid wanden d
orf 10 a Rime id ball with the Three
L ttle M tidens ot the party, who were a
mo it I of good behavior all the day Ion.
13 jt 11 wool 1 grow late, and with that and
a h use wb ch woul 1 go lame in spite of
all the careful diivngof the Unmoved
the -Prince ul, .Hosts turnd the party
homeward about 4 p. m, and there never
as a more 'glorious moon than that
which liKh'eSthe merry crowd home, all
of which is known to be tiue by '
'-. r - One of 'em.
' ' New Store.
Paul Bahn-jsaifiering 10 the people of
Tombstone and the county in general,
some of the best bargains in groceries
and liquors ever offered in this county.
His stock is new fresh and desirable
canned goods, wines, candles, in fact
every thing sold in a first class grocery
store is being sold hy him at Fairbank
S. P. Merritt assumed charge of the
Plienix Gazst'e on Tussday list, and J.
O. no longer "wields ths editorial tripod,"
as he vould say.
TH2 WESTERN .-ETTLER'S CHOSEN
Wi h ever advance of i ci migration into the
fir West, a new dmu.d is created lor H .stet.
ter's Stomac. Bitter's. Newly peopled rfgl rs
a e frtqu mly less sa ubrious than o der set'led
IjciIkL- , on a. count of ihe miasm 1 which rises
from recentN cleared land. raruVularlv along
the tanks of rive s th.t are subj ct to fnsb-ts.
Tne agri ultural or mining em grai t so n
learns, when he dx:s not already kn w, ibit the
Biff rs afford the only su protectl n agmst
mdaii.and those di,. rdcr of th stomach,
liver und bauds, towh'ch 1 limnte changes, ex
posure, and unaccustonird or unhealthy water
or diet subje-t him. Consequently he placs
an esti ate upon this great household specific
ana prtveni.vj con mcmuraie wun its intrinsic
mem. ani- is careful to keD on hand & rn l.m.
tvar.d promdterol h'A'thso ImpliCitly'to be I
I ribed tpon in time of utcd.
Contains the Following
Muhlbach's Historical Works.
Life of Franklin.
Greville's Reign of George IV.
Greville's Reign ot Qu r. Victoria.
Greville's Dasita's Daughter.
Ufa ' f Gladstone.
The Religious Aspect of Philosophy.
Blaine's Twenty Years In Congress.
Gra t's M m Irs.
Pionetr rimes of Ca'l'orn'a.
Porter's I nVeits of the Civ.l War.
Mrs. Custei's Boots and i.ddlj.
Government Ref rm.
U. S. Civil Service Reform.
Hnry Gorge's Sod 1 ProbVms.
Hanrr Geori 's P.oteclion and Free Trade.
Williams' Middle Kingdom.
Mark Twain's Innocents Abroad.
Mark Twain's Rjughlng it
Mark r wain's Tom lawyer.
Ma k Twain's Prince and Pauper.
Mark Twain's Uie on the Mississippi
Mark Twain's Huckleberry Finn.
Sazarao Lying Club.
Miss Cleveland's Book.
Bret Hart's Maraja.
Ret Hart's Snow-Bound at Eagles.
Bret Hart's Shore and Ledge.
Bret Hut's Luck of Roaring Camp.
Lovell's Fireside Travels.
Howell's Indian Summer.
Howell's Rise of Silas Lapbam.
Howell's "A Woman's Reason."
Howell's "The Minister's Charge."
Marion Crawford's Mr. Isaacs.
Marion Crawford's American Politician.
Marion Crawford's Zoroaster.
Marion Crawford's Tale of a Lonely Parish.
Lew Wallace's Fair God.
Lew Wallace's Ben Hur.
Henry James' ' rincess Casamasima.
Maude Howe's San Rosario Ranch.
Craddock's Prophet of the Great Smoky Moun
CradJc ck's In the Clouds.
Mrs. Burnett's Throueh One Administration.
Stockton's The Late Mrs. Null.
Helen Campbell's Mrs. Herndon's Income.
Howard's One Summer.
Mrs. Ward's "Miss Brotherton."
Helen Jackson.s Zeph.
Robert Grant's Knave of Hearts.
Carey's For Lilias.
Mrs. Dahtgreu's Lost Ntme.
Thompson's Love Extreme.
Green's Hand and Ring.
Howe's Moonlight roy.
Hardy's Wind of Destiny.
Rose Terry Cook's Sphinx Children.
Jewett's Ovwt-y o
Pend'eton's Co iventiouu Bohemian.
Mary Fote's John Bjdrwin's Testimony.
Hamilton's One of the Dutnes.
S O Ji-wet's A Marsh Island.
Baylor's On Both SI let.
P line's Vay.-ile Gleamlngj.
Van Vort's Without a Compass.
H 4y' . Story of M irgaret Kent.
Aidri-h's M rjone Paw.
Wende.'s Ra kits Remains.
Wendcl's Ducntss Remains.
The New King Arthur.
Edna Ly.t l's Danovtn.
Sh 1 lo t's a am nbo.
Valeia's Peplta Xmen-z,
Balzac s Duchesse De Lingease.
Balzac's Pere Gorlat,
Balzac's Cousin Pons. '
Mrs. Wister's Lady with the Rubies.
Mrs. Wister's Violetta.
Manzonl's The Betrothed.
Arthur's W'ndow Curtains.
Gardening for Pleasure.
A Romantic Young Ladv.
Lusk's As it was Written.
Lusk's Mrs. Paixada.
Stinte's Buchbolz Family.
Comstock's Frauds Exposed.
King's The Colonel's Daughter,
King's Marion's Faith.
Louisa Alcoa's Little Men.
Louisa Alcott's "Jo's Boys."
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BENSON, A. T.
The best Lodging House in
J ' the town.
NEAT AND CLEAN.
LARGE AND AIRY-
Given to Guests.
San Pedro Street, Benson, Arizona.
MRS. L. S. TRASK. MMHUrTAR.
Betweem Fourth and Fif.h tk.
' Patent Medicine, Per
, funeriea, Toilet
PRESCRIPTIONS CABrVLLY PRE.
- '-'" PARED.
HAFFNER & SHAUGHNESSY.
All brands of
Kept csnstamly On htud.
Alto the best Imported dgtrs.
The best BILUALD HALL In the city la
connection with tbt ..saloon.
'ST. LOUIS BUR. ON DRJLGHT.