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TOMBSTONE EPITAPH SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1S89.
TOMBSTONE DAILY EPITAPH
Advertising rates made kno n at this office.
No rain eaterdav.
Schieffelin Hall to-night.
Don't forget the benefit to-night.
The thermometer at Seam ins' store
regi-tered HI yesterday.
Aiiecmia alarm clocks, $1.7j. at
low A Kieke's.
Mr. Geo. V. Cheyney
from California vesterdav.
Triple-plated knives and forks, 2."
cents each, at Sydow A JCieke's. :51
T. J. Glyuu
ha returned from No-
Buy a Louisiana lottery
Jos. Uppert's barber shop.
Chas. Melander, a toy-driiuitncr of
San Francisco, is in the city .
The weekly Chronicle or Examiner,
$1.50 per year, at Joe Brown's.
Are you goin to the show to-night9
School lxx)k3 and school upplie- at
lowest prices, at Joe Brown's. IS-iw
Boston baked beans and
beer at the Fashion to-night
Mri. Winders and children
leave for Tiic-on to-day.
Dr Patzty, of Fort Iluaohuca. ar
ried yesterday, having been eent for
bv J. Gold water, who is seriously ill.
Glycerole oil polish none better
to preserve jour shoes, at Sydow A
The raflle for a White tewing ma
chine will take place at the Crystal
Palace saloon to-night.
Oil, needles, attachments and parts
lor repairing all the leading sewing
machines at Yaple's Candy Factory.l I
We acknowledge the receipt of com
plimentary tickets to the social dance
of Protection Hose Company.
You can get a. fine baby buggy from
Joe Brown at less price than an ordi
nary one elsewhere
The D- M. Osborne mowers and the
Hallatlay windmills for sale at Wol
James Price came up from his
ranch, near the Sonora line, yesterday.
He reports plenty of rain in the Blue
mountains, but comparatively little in
joe Brown will in future keep a
complete line of musical instruments
and musical goods, tube colors, brushes
placques, rubber stamps, etc.
The case of Merchant ve. the Whit
beck Land and Cattle Company, was
argued yesterday and submitted. Jus
tice Eaton will give his decision this
jnorning at 10 o'clock.
Stevenson fc Walker are the author
iicd agents for Louisiana lottery tick
ets in this city. By investing U you
have a chance of winning a fortune, tf
John Leidig, who was injured in the
Toughnut mine a few weeks ago, is
abU to be up and will be sufficiently
recovered in a few weeks to return to
Kamon Brena, who was reported
killed recently, arrived in the city yes
terday. He will leave for Tucson to
day, where he has a eon who is a pro
minent merchant of that place.
C. W. Leach is down in Sonora, at
the Oso Negro mines, in which he is
one of the owners. The mill is in
course of erection and will soon be
completed. It ia estimated by mining
men that when the stamps are ready
to drop, there will have been about
f 500,000 invested in these mines, and
that there is ore enough in eight to
more tbn compensate the owners for
On the Kelation the Importation ii Mean
re Dears to Our Jlinins Imlnvirv.
It is only repeating what everyone
knows and says tint the pre-cnt uni
versal creation of iru-ta in one form or
another mirks a revolution in the
world of trade a- radical am ovir
ellectcd and one which, like all j;reat
commotions will prmltMC result-, indi
rect and remote, which the mthor
tlieuwlvt" do not contemplate In
dignation is expressed fieelv :iain-t
combination through the prcs, and in
the legi-lntivo hilUof -tatcim! nation
Laws are made to punis-h it and every
political partv pri'fe e t abomin tc
it and pli-dgo-i to al-oli-h it ; but -till
tru-t- accumulate in number and in
crease in iulluence. There are -o
few men of wealth who do not profit
by tru-ln that few can be found to at
tack them itoc-iii" surhoient mllii-
enie to be ethctive.
The latc-t pha-enf the combination,
or tru-t. movement l- toward- corner
ing the lead product of the country.
The promoter- of thi- -ilicino, the
wealth Colorado entor- intere-lcd
in minim; and -melting, have been
working a;sidtion-lv for nearly two
year to Imvi- the importation of lead
ore- fiom Mexico -topped In tin
thev have Ken ably -t-ooiided by the
Pacific Coi-t r-emtor notably i-emi-tor
Mewart I'liev have at la-t -in -oeded
in procuring in order from the
Trea-ury Department which cannot
fail of .lecoinpli-hing their ptirpo-e,
though it i worded in the ni-t ingen
ious and ingenuous way.expre ly die.
claiming intent ;o .oii-iuiimat' the
very ;urpo-e for which it ha- been l
sutd The di-a-troii" results of the
enforcement of thi- order upon the
Southwest will be far reaching
1'ntil witliin the last three or four
vear no ore- of much li- than 100
ounce- m value could be -hipped at a
profit. The e-tabli-hmtnt of -inciters
along the ljorder within this time that
have b.cn, oninu to thtir abilit to se
cure lead and other tlne- from .Iei
ico, able to work ores of as low grade
as fifteen ounces at a profit to the
shippers, has nabled hundred- of
chloridtrs to keep at work and has
done more to stimulate the mining in
dustry than anyother thing that .oidJ
be named if, indeid, it has not bten
the only thing that ha- kept it alive.
Assuredly .iie Mine- of Tomb-tone
district Jt ueen abU to ship ore un
der titty ouncts at a profit 'lumb-tone
would have been a thing of the pa-t
The results then, of the enforce
ment of tin- order will be, what? Nine
out of even tin ihlonders, who are
now working mines at a small profit,
will have to shut don for the benefit
of the lead combination of Colorado.
Th larger mining corjKjratioiis will
be computed to tta-e shipping the low
grade oris that have bten netting
them a mode-t profit, thus throwing a
large number of men out of eniplo.v
ment. The smtlltrs at El Pa-o, and
elsewhtre along the border, will be
compelled to shut down or move
across the border if tht wi-h to con
tinue in busines-.
Who benefits by this widespread dis
turbance' Certain! it cannot be the
men who can no longer work their
mines. It cannot be the men tlirown
out of employment. It cannot be the
mercantile or othtr biisines- men of
the communities atlected It can be
only the half do?en millionaire- of the
Ore can now lc -hipped to Swansea,
England, for a total (o-t of ? 18 per
ton, by way of Nogalu and Gu.ivmas
which is far cheaper than the rate will
be to Colorado or Kl Paso if thi- load
trust scheme becomes operative.
Nothing of importance ha occurred
in this district for several weeks. A
few days ago a discovery of a 20-foot
ledge of copier ore was reported from
the Dragoon mountains, but o far it
has created no excitement. The mine
in Sonora are attracting considerable
attention and a large amount of capi
tal is being invested in proticrtics in
that country w ith the assurance of be
ing amply reimbursed for all outlay.
Of the mines in this district there is
little new to report. The Emerald is
working its usual force of men and
producing about its usual amount of
ore. One Burleigh, drill is in opera
tion on th lower lev via.
The West Side is working eighteen
men aaii producing a fair amount of
The Big Comet has a very large body
of low grade ore and is grovviug larger.
It is thought that ore of a higher
grade will be found at a greater depth.
The work of cleaning out the ior
tion of the Toughnut mine known at
the Northwest Shalt continue, eight
ipoii being employed. On the 27th
in-taut another shipment of twenty
tons of screenings was made to III
1'aso, making the second shipment
since leaning up commenced.
At the Kattling Boy sinking is et
in progre-s and a depth of 175 feet Im
been attained. Five men are at work.
Mxnit two feet per day is Ix-ing mado.
'I ho Omega i- looking wtll and sut
liucnt ore is being extracted to pay
'lhe Her-ihel is prihliuing it- usual
amount of high grade ore. A -hip-nieiit
of fifteen ton- will be made to
Socorro to-day. Ben Cook, superin
tendent and one of the owners, will
iLcompanv the shipment.
The Sterling Silver mill is running
smoothly and -"iti-fiictorily and is a
The Nicholas, i- deserted. A few
da.-ago I.. Van Burt, who owned a
h ill intere-t in this mine, di-io-ed of
hi-mt( rest to s-rouf A .McOruiu. of
ai Francisco, and it l- thought the
lit w owner- will shortly re-time work
on this promi-ing propertv
The men wo, king on the Min-ct are
taking out some very good ore and are
niakiui: more than e.pen-e-
"sevcral Other properties m tin- di
trict are being worked and murlv all
give promise of becoming good jiroji-ertie-
if sufficient work is done on
While the general outlook of our
mining Iitnct l- not as Ihittenng a
lii vtar- gone b,yet it is b no mi aiis
a- bad .is people often a--erl
The biiu tit of the sonora mining
trade from this city is being filt, both
in mining circles and among our
several out-ide districts arc begin
ning to attract attention but not -uf-tii'ieiit
to warrant any excitement.
The Copper (Jueen.ai Bi-bte, is pro
ducing a- iisii il and bid- fair to con
tinue to do so for vears to come.
The Convention Act
im mi MIL
Special meeting of the City Council
wa- held last night.
Present Campbell, Lippert and
Absent MSror Thomas and Coun
.Ma or Thomas being absent Coun
cilman Prindiville pre-ided.
The meeting was cjlled for the purpose-
of procuring suitable quarters for
Protection Ho-e Company. The mat
ter was relerred to the building com
mittee with full iower to act and re
jiort to the Council to-day at 1 p. in.
'Ihe Council then adjourned until
to-day at the above time.
Nat Havvke, Clerk.
It is now claimed th it the old hos
pital building and lot on Fremont
street, between 7th and Sth, can be
purchased for $150, and as the city
now has a claim of $B)i for taxes
only f 12 will be neces-ary to be paid,
thereby saving the city con-iderable
money, as it is estimated that the re
moval of the old Ifescue building w ill
cost between $100 and ."00.
Latest periodicals at Monmonier's.
Fresh buttermilk at the Can Can.
Latest style of cloth for Summer
suits at Harris' tailor shop. tf
A D3UBLE-EDCF.D DECISION
The "Epitaph" Will Publish
the Opinion as Soon as
The same day that we sunt the dis
patch, last week, miking particular
inquiry anent the bogus "opin
ion" concerning the constitutional
convention, we al-o wrote a letter to
A. J Falls, an attorney residing in
Washington, asking him to go to the
Attornev General's othce am! see if
any sort of an opinion had been given
by the Attorney General coiueining
tin legality of the act rallini; n con
-titutioniil convention or the acts of
the la-t legislature, asking htm to re
ply by telegraph. c-terday afternoon
the following dispatch wa- received,
which jiistiiie- all that has been raid
by the Dvn v Iitvph aliotu the at
tempt of the eon-piratofs tot heat the
people out of their ri;ht- ly wilful,
',hiugiu, I). r.,4l;.tJ0,i?Sf
'Editor '(!' Epiltiph,' TnmhMmtf
" Thr A itinrwy Gmmtl tin ifn thai if
Of ntt nut pwnril irithtn thr nixtti tiatf
limit it ii U iltil, filhfrtrixr tint I finl t
tin ij tlf tlrriminn '!( ln-rfv' mail
A .1 FM.L "
B) virtue ot in --ution issued out of the
Di -irict Court of tie lm Judicial Ditnct, in
n 1 lor itie C ouiit) of Cochic. Territory ol
ruwa ii it direr ted aid diliirred on a
jua, rnent en rrd in ii I ojrt n tKe tyh day
ol May ISso, in favor of G G 11 riy and
gims War lriri, tiherin 1 am comiuarded
t.rii.ki i,.. gin ot joj danuces with int rest
ilere u troro du. ol ju gii etit at thi rate of 3
er ceit irnunlhior ;-l.o, lulame 317 xt
1 nt per ..nnuni until Ki, loge her wall slier
iistwta d ati.ruj 1 g . st .
1 h .i' n 1- t iv levinj upon the follounie de-
a I o n io-ot isr 11 ni' g a ll- noith-
I cm r ol M o kM (8 in block No
m- no (32), ai d luniiiri; il nc tan a cnir
1 iw ol siut lot a lii'ia-Ke of tlntiv
3j fen. ih, 1 tt s tali at ruiit angles y;i 1 18)
1. ill if ,m 1 itriht ingkmleien (11) feet;
t tin, -nihil right aKi-s tliiitt. n (13) ftet;
'in - t t at riiht angles five In) fet, thtnee
-ill ninglt imlctn the -M.lh In e of said
1 t ru.h (3 v t. 1 ,-n,e .bt alorg the ouih
I n- f - 1 1 lot to tV l lire tlereof; tlen-e
no Si ih gili-suln.jt line of said 'ot tn tt e
net v Uirniuu. lei c lhe iBie t-ce of
Ian 1 drd d 10 . iti t' ist bv !Vov-r & Kirgs
1 m. hu mere , 1 .m, r oners of ih' v hole
of said Wt clg'll (8) ic ildbokthjrtt-two(32J,
a. t e hw is. repr-a Med ujxjo the ofnial map
of ihe sud cm o! lonilntone. saidcuunt and
lerntory, l appuru ua-ices thtrtunto belong-
lublic notice is hrrtliy givrn that on Ioday,
Ihe 3d day of ssp'einlier, I8S9 tleen ihe
hours or 0.1. m. and 4 p rn , namel) :o clock
p. m. .a Ir nt of th- Mienff orftoe, in tire city
of lom'isione 01 hi e county, Arizona Ttrn
tory 1 will ell a I tl.e ri(jht ml and interest of
th said V ard l-ri t 111 and to the above de
untied pro- erty at public tuction to the high
es ind liet t id er tor ca'h, lauiul money of
the LTraud "-ute-, to satuf) val execution and
a!' co te
I'ated tkti thr 30th dvy of August, 1859
J II 'sl-Al'oHlhR, SserirT.
By fc- A. sjiTrci k U nder i-lier.ff.
J. II. White's ranch butter at Wol
Haby i.irri.ige-. toy-, bru-lie-, books,
etc , at Moiinioiiitr'-
I'leture- pieiiiie frames, mouldings
and arti-t-' iimteiials at .Mniimonier's.
Iis3 Wixl give- concerts at the
Cry-t.il r.ilaeeeoiuert hall every night.
Go and hear her. S Otf
Stationery, paint-, oil-, etc , at Mon-monier'-.
e-bit's poultry jowder and Forrest
cholera cure for chicken-. For -ale at
Doou vviiut to bo happ , healthy,
wealthy and wiev Drop into the
I'ony Saloon and a-k Henry foi -onie
of that tine obi hand made .-" sh
Bourbon Wln-ky and Will and Hill-'
Spring of 't0. He also has on haiut
Hermitage Uourbon, J. H. McUrayi -Bourbon,
Kippv and Gtickeiihtiini '
lives all pure, straight old goods, to
gctherwith all kinds of lmporte-i
IJrandie-, Wines, Ales and I'orters of
the most celebrated brand-. His Cali
fornia Brandy cannot be -tirpusci
anywhere. All kinds of fancy mixed
drinks a specialty; the Carman Kiv
West ( igar cannot be beat for tin
money, in any place. St. Iviuis An
heus-r Bu-ch l-age-r Bier, ii e cold, 01
draught. Call and be convinced,
tf lli-Nifi C vMiiiKi.L, I'rupnetur.
(11 Friday night, on Bruce -treet,
between Fifth and Kighth, a pocket
liook, containing "? -" and a city war
rant, 'o '2'J'2, for T'J.70, in favor ot C.
U. Cumiiiiiigsi t Co. If the lind r will
return the pocketlook and contents to
Ben James he will receive half the
money, ? 12.50. as a reward.
s-wmtoti's unit llii.,- mirker. for
clothing and all other fabric-, is for
-alt at Moiiriionn r'-.
ALIEN STREET, OPFCUTE 0. K. CORRAL.
FR Al. Y tt Co.. Managers.
1 h 1 n;t t ard fir i ,' cl of Undertaking
ki a-, in n o are prepared to do all
ao k in it , n t - r t l! i-s manner. ALL
DLR ttOI K IjL AHVMhLD
Or Kri.-oririlv jrr rd at a trifling
(,iis tor hpment,
SttNf ciioQ liven in . 11 Festccts
C()rders lef; at the O. K. Stable
will receive prompt attention.
Ai.i!. nu Kin. hii:il miiettob.
The very line-t coilce at the Jlaison
If you want to get fresh telegraphic
(no grapevine) news, read the EriT.vrn.
The Can Can restaurant has the
finest varieties of fish fresh every day.
Broiled steaks and chops a specialty
at the Maison Dore.
If you wantice cold St, Ixnis draught
beer out of a genuine German pump
call on Julius Coesar at the Crystal
Fresh fish and fresh oysters every
day at the .Maison Dore.
Fresh oysters at the Can Can every
rhts powder lever vanes. A m vcl
ol pii'ity, strength and wbole inieness
More economical then the ordinary iinds
and cannot be told in comption with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate ptiwders. Sold onlyin cms.
Roval Baking Powdfr Co., 106 Wall
To be given by
Protection Hose Co., No. 3,
Thursday, Sept. 55 1839.
Tombstone Fire Department.
MCY ITION rOMMITTEE.
A. C. Uanninj;,
C. N. Thoma',
J. 1$. Miano,
VI . VGKK.
II. Conlon, J. Nichols,
IMIennessy, J. Welch,
Al. Staniger, C. Crouch.
Grand March at S 'iO sharp.
3USIC RV THE JIEXICW ORfnESTRA,
(J. Garcia, Leader.)
Tickets, . - SI.