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TOMBSTONE EPITAPH, SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER S, UvSo.
TOMBSTONE DAILY EPITAPH
PUBLISHED EVERY MORN'ING
MEEK &. MADERO.
Fourth Btret, between Fremont and Allen
Tombstone. Cochise County. Arizona.
M ll U1I'T10 J ICATI.o :
One Year?(ir. advance) $io oo
hix months 6 oc
Thr month 3
B .vcrcJ by Carriers for 25 cents per vl.
IflTCltD IH T-t T 0fXt tCCOD-ClM TTr
THE DAILY EPITAPH IS
the only Daily Newspaper
published in Cochise coun
ty that lakes a reyular
tclcyrapliic press report
and does not use "boiler
Hki.nt. inspired by the noble exam
ple of our imiit (imernor. and not
wishing that he should liau- nil the
credit of beiiij; the only tii.in in tin
Territory tli.it con.-ideri- him-elf .iloe
th' law , our Hoard of SMijieiii-or (at
le.ist two of them) are coining 111 a? a
very good second. The chance- are
that before their term of ollice i over
Cochi-e county will lime a pair of
king, anil if U'ollley continue- in of
ilce wo will have "three-." The Daily
Ki'iTAi'ii ha? the contract for printing
the proceedings of the Hoard of Su
jeri:r, and when the copy i- handeil
into tin- ollice Mpicil hy the chairman
and attested hy the clerk a correct, it
is generally considered hy the ecpU'
to le a true record of the liiisinv-a
tran-acted by the lioard, but such i-
not the case. Not lieing s.iti-tietl with
ignoring laws, they falsify the record
by not including iuiHrtant tran-ac-tiona.
The Madder wa- indiscreet
enougli last eeninj; to "jrive away"
one of the little schemes when it -.iid
that it had received an order from the
Hoard of Supenisor- to print and dis
tribute a large number of copies of the
rejxirt of the committee on the re
sources of C'ochi-e county. As- this U
an exjenditure of the people s money.
and was an action of the board, it
should have appeared in the published
proceedings, but there is no hint of it
there, and it i" only by the indiscre
tion of an amateur that it is discov
ered, as no doubt the bill would have
been doctored so that the public would
never have been any the wiser. It is
generally the rule for .-uch iKxlies to
advertise for bids for work that is paid
for out of moneys rai-ed by taxation,
and, if we have not been misinformed,
they are by law required to do so.
What is the use of havingalcgi-lature
and expensive Mystem of government
if the officers whom we elect to exe
cute the laws can ignore them when
they do not hapien to serve their pur
pose? Wonder how many other eimi-
In (Hingftnna fifaa-fwl !
tecret meetings of the board that have
not Ieen published and do not appear
on the record? They would doubtless
make interesting reading for the tax
payers. It is only just to say that
neither Mr. White nor Mr. Stilwcll
Our misfit Governor has evidently
come to the conclusion that he is su
perior to the law. It might not be a
bail idea to take steps to have him re
moved for malfeasance in office. He
is altogether too transcendental a be
ing to be required to waste his brilliant
talents on the little office of Governor
of Arizona. The citizens of this Terri
tory would prefer to have a less tal
ented man, one who can loll the truth
occasionally and would have some re
jpect for his oath of office.
Goes Over Niagara Falls and
A NEW CRUISER LAUNCHED
Nagle's lccount of the Terr) Tragedy
Capture of a Notorious
SPECIAL TO THE IIAII.Y EPITAPH
Goes (her the Kails SiirrrNxfulU.
CL!PTONOnt.,Hept 7. Steve Biodie,
who went over the Horseshoe Fall
this morning in a riibla-r -tiit. wa-
picked up lielow the falls in .111 uncon
scious condition and taken to Clifton
He recovered con-ciousne- not long
after. He w.i- not seriou-ly injured
Hrodie with -everal friends and a new
paper corresjKmdent arrived lat night
They left at 4 o'chck thi- morniii;
.tnd went to within 200 feet above the
fall-. Rrodie then stopjied ami had
his bodv padded witli cotton and put
on the rubU'r -nit which vva- inflated.
Hi- headgear was also iull.ited while
two steel bands protected hi- lodv.
At 5 .30 Hroilie entered the water and
in n few moment- he shot over the
center of tiie liorsesiioe rails and
luckily was shot with lightning rapid
ity outside of one of the falling ol-uine-
of water, and was quickly lo-t
in the mist and foam. He w.i- buried
from view for nearly two minute
when he appeared on the -urf.ue. A
rojv was attached to him and he wa
drawn ashore and quickly Gripped.
Hrandy was given him in small quan
tities till he recovered con-ciou-nes-.
Hlofnl oozed from the mouth, nose
and ears probably from the shock.
For 20 minute.- Brodie lay until am
monia was applied to his nostrils and
he then began to revive. His injuries
are not serious and he expect- to be
able to go to ew York to-morrow
In describing his experience, Hrodie
says that after he entered the river he
weakened and would have given any
thing in the world if lie could have
reached shore. He attempted to get
ashore hy using his paddles when a
swift current swept him back and
turned his feet towards the break of
the cataract. Just as he came to the
brink of the falls he became uncon
scious through fright and remained
.o until he struck the water at the
base of the falls when he was tem
porarily brought to by the force with
which he struck. He then lost con
sciousness and knew no more until he
found him-elf laying on hti rubber
suit at the water edge. There is no
doubt Hrodie successfully went over
Votorioos Outlaw Captured.
Los Angeles, Hept. 7. Silvestre
Morales, the notorious outlaw and
bandit of Southern California, ' wai
captured at Ala mi to? Hay about five
miles from Long Heach, this county,
last evening. The arrest was made by
Kcno Wilson, marshal at Oceanside,
and two other persons. Morales was
found concealed in some brush with
the girl whom he abducted recently.
The officers came upon him suddenly
and compelled him to surrender.
Washington, Sept, 7. The Cabinet
meeting this morning was attended hy
the President, Secretaries Windom,
Proctor, Tracy and Noble, Postmaster
General Wanamaker and Attorney
Sax Fh.C1CO, Sept 7 Deputv
Marshal David Nagle was i- 1 1 1 1 1 1 I in
the Federal Court to-day, .mil related
the details in the Terry tragedy. He
-aid that when Judge Terry attacked
Justice Field, I wa on mv feet 111 .111
in-taut, and throning out mv hand to
keep Terry otl', I shouted -top that, 1
am a government officer. Terry then
directed his attention to me. He had
Ins rii'ht iirni in tui-ition a.- about to
strike another blow, and iw he turned I
hi- glance tijmn me he looked like an
infuriated bea-t. With hi- lineliul fi-t
immediately -ought hi- bo-0111 and
believing m life wa- in danger, 1 im
mediately drew my pi-tol and tired
two shot in quick succes-ion and
Terry fell to the lloor. I believe
Terry would have cut me to piece
ami perhap- Ju-tice Field, had I not
Xagle's examination comluded the
te-timonv and the on-e w.i- continued
till Wednesday when the que-tion of
the juri-diction of the Federal Court
will be aruued.
Tlii'lniKer I'iiil.nli'i'liu Launrlm!.
rim.iDM.PiiiA, Sept. 7 The new
-te'lerui-cr Philadelphia wa- bunched
thi- morning. Mr-. Harri-011 :i
among tho-e present. Fully lO.OW
per-on- were assembled in and around
the -hip yards. The ship -lid smooth
1 into the water amid cheer.- of the
throngs and the blowing whittles.
The contract stipulate- her speed to
j be IK knot- per hour.
S,tilnl fur Franrr.
Xf.vv Yoi;k, Sept 7 F-I'n'.-ident
Legitime, of Hayti, -ailed lor France
thi- morning. Mini-tor Wilh.im Wal
ter Phelps also sailed.
Fiioji the rrjtort-of the -ptech made
by Hon. M. A. Smith at l'henix the
other night he -eem- to liaxe done a-u-ual.
He ha- the happy faculty of
alway- saying the right thing when
culled on in public.
The Senate committee i- of the
opinion that of .ill the country thev
have yet -ecu Ariona utfer- the best
opportunities for application of the
grand -chenie for wbiih they are gath
ering .-t.iti-tic- to guide tbeni a- to
tl. ir r.iti -,. 01 ji tMii
This powder never vanes. A marvel
of purity, strength and wholcsomenrss
.More economical then the ordinary kinds
and cannot be sold in competion with ;ht
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.
Royal Making Powdfr Co., 106 Wall
St., N. Y.
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing syrup, for
children teething, is the prescription ol
one of the best female nurses and phy
sicians in the United States and has
been used for over forty years with never
failing success by millions of mothers for
their children. During the process 01
teething its value is incalcuable. It
rrlieres the child of pain, cures dysentery
and diarrhoea, griping in the bowels, and
wind colic. Hy giving health to the
child it gives rest to the mother. Price
25 crnts a bottlf jnn2fi-iy
Small line of samples from manufact
uring corporation offered a live man.
One traveller earned an average of $3?o
per month for six years past. P. O. Box I
' T. .1 V jn.&'iYirii
r -- 1 1 rl' v.
Cmbinet the uice of the Blue F sof
' aliturma, so laxative ard nuui'ious,
i:h tho medici.ial irtues of plaMs
.i..vvn to be mot beneficul to the
uman vtem, forming the ON LY 11 R
FnCT UHMEUY to let gently el
proinftly on the
KIDNEYS, LITER AND BOWELS
Cleanss His System Effectually,
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Naturally f ' "w. rvtrrcneHi'-ingit
and all ar- i'e 1 i n c Aik yur
druggist f. ' -'k' V Ot I-iGls. Manu
fscturcd ui. y i ir 11 :
CALIFOPN'I FIG SYRUP CO,
. i s., o, I
- N V
Timothv y.ed. tiesii ." Iloedet's
"lice bpring guods i'anis iron! io up,
suits tiom z$o up ."ec Harris' sIi.ck
and convince omstlJ.
WanU.U. Ager.ts lor the Economy
Fuel Lun.er. Cheap and best 01 the Liii'!
n the maiket. Addn-s-, P. O. I.ux 5S3
Mr. Hoerler ha rei eived a lo: nf the
seed of thee .uctie sainfoin, a lorige
plant th a is auracting 1 gre.it deal i
attention at the present ti ie. It i?
claimed to be especially .1 lap ed to dr
countries, and is sud to ne superior 1
lucerne or alfa.fi.
Whether on pleasure bent or business
should take en every trip a bottle fit
Syrup of Figs, as it acts most pleasantly
and effectually on the kidneys, liver and
bowels, preventing fevers, headaches and
other forms of sickr.esa. For sale in 50c
and S 1. 00 bottles n all leading druggists.
Hy virtue ol an execution isurd out ot tht-
Oistnct Court ot the Fir-I Judn.i.U l).-tnct, in
and for the County of Cochin. 1 . rntory ot
An2oei, to rn directed and tif.iv ri tl on a
judgtnt-nt rendered in saidC ourt un the 151-. d iv
of May. I889, in favor of 1 ii Btrry .in)
against Ward Pncst. wherein 1 am commanded
to make the sum of $203 durkiti-a th intcrp-t
thereon from dite ol yudement m th r ir ot 3
1 er cent per month lor sl o t, 1 m.
tent per annum, until p.n.1 i tin
irVs co-is anl accruing cot
1 h rve this d y levied uj hj 1 t1 i ' .
scribed proptrty to-u It, mm u. .
ue-l co'r.t u lot .o eiht 1 .u
tl 7 per
ih north -
1 wtk No.
thirtvtHO U2, and running thtni- . ot alon
the north line of said lot .1 th-t 1 ice of tl irty
(30) fret, thence south at rurnt .0:. citjht (Si
lr-tt; theice viest at rihtangl .... illl-t.
thence scuthat right angl? thTtitr. 113) feet,
thence west at right angles live (5) f-tt, thence
south at nhl angles to the outh m of said
lot eight (Si feet, thence west .iloni; tiie -cuili
line of 'Hid lot to the uest l,ne 1 n.l, tttnn
north iit.'i; the -said west line ol 5 iid lot to the
place ot ix lnnin?. tun g the - im. , i--ce 01
land deeded 10 said I'nest by Olov.r Ki'.g
l- rry, who were the lornur ortr ol tnc w hole
of said lot ' -gM (8) in vud block thirtv-two 1 j2.
as the -aine i represented upon the otticnl m.i
ot t.- vjid 'ly of Toibsion-, said count ind
TeTitory an-l appHrnances thereunto beloi:),'
mg. fulJic notice i; hereby ipven that on Monday,
the 25.) diy of S-p-emSx-.-, I889 betxern 'lit
hoirs 01 9 a. ni. and 4 p. m., namely. 2 o clock
p. ni . in front of t'n- sheriffs ifhce, in tl- city
cf I rmbNtonr, Cochise county, Anzona T rn
tory I wil 'ell a'l the rijjht. title and lttertst ot
tin sjid Ward I"rist in and to the above de
senbed prorerty at public auction, to the high
est and best bidder for cali, liwiul iiiinj
the United States, to satisfy -a.A execution an'1
Dated this, the olh day of Aueust. 1 8?q.
'.l!. '! GH'IFP Shertrl.
Ey H A. SitATrtXh. I ndcr S-henff.
THE GLOBE DRY ORE CONCEN
TRATOR will concentrate from 15 to
25 tons of galena ore per day, and of
light sulphurets from 7 to 15 tons.
For Particulars address
Room 117 Phelan Building,
San Francisco, Cal.
Many Imitate Xonc Equal.
The Daily Ehtaiii is the only pa
per in Cochise county that takes
. 1 tl.-itfncerlalicr-d!tir)flnmy fain I
At U .! r ill- d of U a KM r of tn j nioihi r dii
, 1. . .1 ul P (t llv fi.llnni
'I II y uhu iir.t u.i. ui . .... '"-" -
. 1 .inn!, then, v.bca tbo bornlile ill-!-a
1 , i.ru.i--c on my bide. It j- a malisnaut
1 .itmuar'lylu tucli away that It -ou!d
tt 1 NuintTuns rtmedinwrre u-a for
it lur 10 C infer r weti-ailily worre, until It sii?ia-
'. t' lu u')-11 it to fo'low the othcr-i of th
1. ..) II . is '. t s'.M-cltlc. wLIch, from thu first
i v, e -1 -d fciit tlic J .-in. anil cunllnuc-d In HM
v iIh.itti n ih.viralb't!c. nhi-al foaodiny-
1 ,. 11. il IS. S. h.conilnie.
V. in- ri. ,. I ., oi-. VS, 'S3. Jlr.t. fa. it. Idoi.
1 1 r r r,ook nn Cancor dint Wood Di'eascj,
ir -ttI.TiE rit 1 .. I)rt-.tr3, AlUr.ti.Ca.
Genuine Scotch and Irish
Whiskies a Soecialty.
Boston Baked Beans
The Best of All Kinds ol
Wines and Liquors.
BILLIARDS AND POOL.
A pMceuhw gertlinen wll be pleasantlj
rtx-iwj, fI wlv u. uteri on, and whtre they can
(N t to Kite lh.-at'-r,
I he Choicest Itrands of
Ahvay oh Mauri.
JIILV ST.. I'.LT. FOIUTH & FIFT.
W fstk jsik
Oysters and Fish Ficsh
All the Delicacies in Season.
Open at All Hours
Miss Nellie V. Walsh, Proprietress.
LIAISON DOREE i
409 ALLEN STREET.
MRS. A. TDQDET, PROPRIETRESS.
Shelled and Canned Oysters
Constantly on Hand.
Finest Eating House in the
OTHER EASTERN POINTS.
For information regarding rates and tickets
apply at the Stage Office (with Wells, Fargo
C. D. GAGE & CO., Agents.
Location notices, "Justice? blanks, '
ilicaile to the new Code, mining bon
and deeds, and all blanks commonly t
use, for sale at this office.