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TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER it, 1SS9.
TOMBSTONE DAILY EPITAPH
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING
MEEK &. MADERO.
Fourth Street, between Fremont and Allen
Tombstone. Oocliie Coantv. Arizona.
MK Itll'lloN 1111.-:
One Year (u. advance) . . S' "
Six months 6 oo
Thr - months .... 3 oo
E. .vered by Carriers for 25 rents per week.
lcTtRCD IN T-f roT CTUCE AS Af DONlAft MATTER.
Tiik A rizoua Silver Belt i- strongly
opposed to the mlniis-ion ot the Mom
can ores under the arrangement that
has Wen in vogue for some time pu-t.
The Belt advance- a- an argument
that it would revie lead minim; in
thi- country, and acknowledge- that
it would tomorarily deprc the value
of dry ore-, hut claim- that mi the
whole the eclu-iiti of the Mexican
ore- would !. hetietiei.il to the mi tii utr
interest- of the Wo-t and Southwe-t.
Tin- Daily F.riT.wii bet:- leae to ilif
ferwith it- couteiiivornrv WeU'liove
that anything that will promote the
cheap production of iher is of far
more importance to our section of
country than the rui-ine of the price
of lead. It cannot he siicco fully
denieil th.it an incroa in thr price of
any article u-ed in the reduction of
ore will rai-e the eo-t of handling
dry ores, in nianv ca-es to such a fig
ure that will ciiu-o the -hutline down
of many uiinc- that .ire now reali.ing
a riuall profit hy shipping to-. liy
many well informed people it i- be
lieved the movement to exclude the
Mexican ores is merelv to benefit the
owners of lead mine- in Colorado, and
in eae it is done it will -hut down
more mim-, throw out of t mplov ineiit
more men and cause a further dopre
ion in the silver mining indu-try of
New Mexico and Arizona tli.ni can he
comens.ited for bv the working of the
Jew lead mine.- in the .-outhvv.-t.
JHE Mitireme ( onrt ul the terri
tory has informally rendered a sery
practical and tio-itne decision n- to
the validity of the appropriation hill
passed by the Filleuith h-si-Iatnre,
and therefore a- to the validity of the
whole body of laws enacted by the
legislature. The deci-iou com . in the
United State- Si i-iikvk
AND Dl.-TnKT CorilT Al:IoNA, I
J. S. WittGiiT, Ciiiei- J i -Tin:, f
PiiEsCorr. A. T., Sept. i, Ish'J. J
Hon. I-cwis Woltlev, Uoxcrnor of
Arizona My Dear !oernor; Will
you please countersign endo-ed Audi
tor's warrant, and be so kind a- to
present it to the Treasurer' If not
paid, have him endorse it and return
tame to inc.
j.t.. H. Wi.'Ioiit.
The enclosed warrant wa- for the
rirbt and second quarter, and Judge
Barnes, of Tucson, has al-o draw n on
the Territorial appropriation for hi
Territorial salary, making a majority
of the Supreme Court which recog
nizes the validity of laat winter's leg-i-Iatie
work in a most practical sort
of way. Citizen.
All of the above being true, how i
it that the Governor make it out that
the law calling a constitutional con
xntion is illegal? If the- Citicn ..in'
its friends will inform the public on
this peculiar mattes we would he much
The people of Gila county are. very
justly, considerably exercised over a
proposition of the people of Maricopa
county to construct a dam that would
make a lake of a large and fertile sec
tion of their county, leside- cutting it
in two. Gila being the smallest
county in the Territory, and a large
portion of it being included in the San
Carlos reservation, cannot afford to
lose any of ts territory for the benefit
of a rich and prosperous county like
Chapter In tlie Wlutechapel
Hook 01 Horrors.
GREAT DAMAGE BV A STORM.
Sunset Cox Fxpccted to Die Any Mo
ment Mining Superintendent
Robbed of $5 000.
-1'KCIXL TO THK DAILY WITtl'II
hillnl Willi a Uriel.
lJi.'riMi);j.. Sept. 1". .'no. iCorbto
w.i- killed with ft bri. k 1v William
Che-ter, colored, last night. Sub-e-piently
I'he-ter rewted arr.' ami
va- -hot bv a jMilieetu.m.
Su;rmtHii!!st I" a .'Im ;W.
IMwhT, f'al . Sept. ll. .1. D. Pat
terson, -uperiiiteudeiit of the Ktuiovor
mine, wa- Vnouked off hi horn' 1
tween here mid Calic and mltfued oi
..(KK1 in gold coin, which liegi'1 f......
the expre-- to ihv tlw miner.-. Thr
rolilKr- took the horse and ctartl in
the direction of Hawley. Several per
il- are aftet them.
liii'ilifr WliittTlai'd Jlunltr.
London, Sept. 10 At 5::10 thi
inorning the police found the n
of a woman lying at the clot-e of th.
railway arch on Cable -Ireet. Wiiit.'
liHtl. The examination of th w.. !
man -1hjw her leg- have been cut !'
and carried away: the -toina. b w.i
ripped open and intestine- Iriiu
the ground. A eordoti of polio- 'ii
stantly surrounded tin- spot, hut n
arre-t- have lM?eii made. IVdie. m. i
pa--til the -wt every fifteen minui.- I
Tho-e on duty la-t night ilei-iare tin
-aw nothing -iipiu-. Phx-.'iiti-vnIio
examine.1 the IkxIv state in th. ;
ojiinion that the murder aixl m.i:!.
tion occupietl nearly an hour Th.
murder i- the worst of the h..l ,
.-eric- of the Whiteehapel mur-ler- I
The manner in which the limb- u.re
severed from the liody show- that '
tlie murderer jm esse.-" some surgical
skill. 1-iter detail- show there ii no
blood on the ground wliere the body
vva- found, and it i- evitient the mur
der wa- committed in some other
place and the Wly .-ub-ciuently de-po-'iltil
under the railway arch. It is
believed the woman had Ieen dead for
A (Jrrat Sfnriii.
New Yoiik, Sept. 10. Incoming
ve-seK are anxiou-Iy awaited for news
of the great .-torm at ea. which has
been raging for the past !& hour-. It
ha- been th.- vvor.-t of recent years,
made evident by high tide- and storm
waves which did great damage along
the coi-t. Ferryboat:; are having
much dilliculty in making trips. I'e
Krts of the jireat dnnmge done by
the torm at high tide la-t night all
along the coast are coming in, and as
the tide thi- morning is higher than
la-t nilit. it i- evident an enormous
amount of property ha- 1-o.indo-troycd.
Along the New Jer-ey coa-t the low
iKiache- wrre -tibmergel. and the
railroad track- injured. Atlantic City
is completely cut oil' from the main
land. Several pavilions were lifted
bodily from the piling- and destrov.il.
Reports from Coney I-lnnd show thi
is the worst ever known there. All
night long wave- da-hed over the
breakwater at Manhattan and Brighton
beach, with a tremendous roar. The
Marine railway letween the two placets
was entirely swept away this morning,
and not a ve-tige was left of (he
e-planade in front of the Manhattan
hotel and the tide Hows in and out of
tho basement of the building.
Tales Hie Mtimp.
... ,. . . ,,, ,! i I. i
)m iistix'K, a.. .-ept. !' ItiiMle-
herder took the slump e-.rdi.y for
the Democratic party.
lilttll Kwlfil ftm jiuifctnf.
Nt:w Youk. Sept. 10. S. S. t'.ix i-
verv lunch now thi- morning. Death
i- expected every moment. ,.,.'
, . . .
pllVsM'UH- lleU rt OOll-U1- itltUI tills
morning mid found luni w. .-., but no
reason to fear itnmedSitL' death utile
heart failuie owurs-
San Kkaxcimm, Sept. 10. An
HitiemM complaint was .-iiiiioilUil in
the 1". S. Circuit Court Uwlay in be
half f Deputy Marshal Xagle, uwl it
M mw-s, . -j - i -
with other.- U. kill Justice I- wW. 1 he . XeelhiBJft ,s lbc prescrip.,011 .
.pjeftiotl .rf juriwlietitrti of the r!eral mof the het female nurses and phy
CoMrt wiin urge.1 to-Miornw. ti ins in the United States and h i-
i Ikkii u-ed for over forty e.ir- ilr. nrvc
liklunl rl Tat!r ('a;i!arol. ' fw'" u - nullivn o mothers for
SanKhanhmo. Set,l. K.-ltH-hanl rchiUcn. Dun..R the process ...
teething it; v;.!ue is nicili uable. I'
U. Taylor, who i- .har.-.l with com- ; r8few thcMA at painiCule, d.itx
pli.it in the forgery in which Well-, j rind diarrhoea, griping m the bowels, an
Purwi (n'n m(.mh h,t . I -(H) cver.-i! i vind colic. Hv iftvine health to th
inontli Hgo. u eaptured UhUv ot. '
C7 . .
tlie Bteamer Australia wIih-Ii is lring
at Iht il.X'k here. Taylor Hed to
Honolulu ainl wa- arrested there
K-ver.il weekf ag ami brought to San
Franei-eo on the -te.mier u-traliii.
hut when the -teamer arrived in irt
last Friday he wa- im mg. Ilewft
fotind concealed in tin In. 1.1 tit-d.iv.
Th.- prw'ei v. i e A r:-. irv-I
ol pun ). -t ' ' ' rtr
More e 'jn i .. '"i"- " -..ir kir.ilv
and .riot he -.t!u ." u'-i uiththe
iTiul''t"de of 1 1 te-, j'i n ..
it .ihph ,-e in, a )' i-. - i o
i. t ins.
ROVAL I'.VKINf. i'f.WIIFK CO . 15
T1IK DA TL Y EPITAPH IS
the 011 g Daily Al'HVjKljHr
lubli$heAl in Cochinc -(y
that fairs a regular
telegraphic prem report
and dors nol iixe "hoilcr
This old tiin- and iiopul.irre-taurant !
still maintains its po-ition ..- a favor-
te place for our citiem to r..ile
tlienisel es on all the table dt Ii. aei.-s,
which are prepared in a s.-.th-.-i.ie
manner and served by jiohte and at-
teutivc waiters. This restauriint m.ikes
.1 -jK'i-i.ilty of broiled steak- and cut-
lets, and imports c.tfee of extra Mti..i-
itv .Im. liik" :kl.l. tit firrm.ti tl. Im r
.-,.....' --s - --..-.-.. ...... v.
...... . .t ....tf.... ..s....i',..ii.t.. :.. ,i... ...,.
of eorf'ee obtaiiiulde in the cit
Fresh lish every day, and an
chicken dinner everv Sundav.
Mr. M.Hre, the Po-t Ma-leral Brad
ww, Va., alter reading an .ulierti - c -
ent of Cliamlcrlain's Colic. Cholera
and Omrrhoea KciiiimIv. ruju'lude! to
.... . .n i..,ti..vf ; ir ...... i.t '
usV.1 it in two ca-e.-forcoiic .ind three
for diarrhea with perfect -titisfaction.
One do-e gave relief in every case but
me, that was a bad case ot colic and
rojuired the second dose. 1 have
handled a great deal of patent medicine
as agent and for my own uoe, but never
tried any that gave as good result- :s
"Ciiamberlaili'a Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhea Kcinody." For s&c at t!."
and .".0 cent i-er iKittie by 11. . i. i'eto.
Nesbit'H iKKiitry- i-ow.ier and Forret
cholera cure for chicken?. For sale at
v t 1
Do you want to he happy, hculthv,
., , "- '
wealthy ami wi-e? Drop into the,
,.fIJ fcuWi .. fw m
of tlittt line old hand made So sh I
lioutl-m Whisk t and Will and Hill-' '
Spring of 'fcO. He al-o ha- on hand
Hermitage Ifcmrb.ui. .1. 11. MeI5r.i-.er
rtii, Kippy and tJuck.iih. itucr
Hi-.-lnivl.t .il.l K.-.N. I.. I
gefker UI,j, ,j l,,,,!, ul importe.'
..St. i, .,-. , , I i, .
i.rfptili"-, iik, Ale- ami I'ort.-t- i
t,o nio-t celebrated brands. Hi- C-ili-1
fornia I! rand v cannot he -urpas-d
anywhere. All kind- of fancy inix.il
drinks a sjK-iialu ; the t arniMii Key
West Cigar cannot he heat, for the
lU'Hicy, in any place, j-t. Ioni- An-iwM-er
itu-eli ijiccr lieer, ice nld. on
draught. Call mid be convinced,
tf Hxnky C.xii'Bt:i.i.. Proprietor.
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
.,,..... c . ..- r..
hW' is ivei lcil ,n ,he mother- Vr'c,:
Man..- r I.....1 . A .. C ...
. o .
Theie v.a- a t.rrihle epidemic of
I Iy?ntry and bloody- flux in 1'opo
County, Illiu i-s lant suiumer. Ah
many a tive deaths .vettrred in one
day. Messrs. Walter Brother!., of Wal-tei-t.urg,
sold over 3b0 ImjIiK'- of
CtutmberhiinV ('lie, Cholera mid
Diarrhea Remedy during thi? epidemic
and -ays they nevr heard of its fail
ing in any rase when the directions
vie followed. It w.ns the only me.1
icine Used that did cure the wor-i
..i".?s. Many pr.-ons were cur.il hv
i' after the doctors had given them up.
J-" and SO cent boltle- for sale by H.
The Can Can re-tauraut has the
tinet varieties of rish fre-1 .-vo.-v .lav.
Latest style of cloth for Miuinier
suits at Harris' tailor -Imp. tf
The very rine-t corlee at the Maison
Broiled -teak and chop- a specialty
at the Maison Dore.
J. H. Whit.-'- ranch butter at Wob
Mis- Wood irives concerts at the
Crystal Palace . onceit hall every night.
f;,. -ml hour her S 'Iff
Stationery, paint-, oil-, etc., at Jinn-
I monier'-. 7-50
j Baby carriages, tov.-, brushes, books,
. etc., at Monmonier's".
Fre-h fi-li aud fre-h oyster.- every
', day at the Mai-on Dore.
Picture-, picture trames, mouldini;.
and arti-t.-" materials at Moiimonier'.-.
j Fre-h oysters at the Can Can every
Swinton's. indollible marker, for
j '"l'K ami an ..uier nii.nc-, i- lor
sale at Monmoni.-r'-.
- -. . -
, H you want to get fre-h telegraphic
(no grajKiviiit') new-. read th" KeiTvni
SAN I OS AROS
t. I. T. I'ayr. l nou ri-aj to Jc 1 1 Un.U
n o-h TiMinn; tr tiis tr tlr mik- i
'p- 1. 1 i -o ot
' gjorl lvT IIOUSP PailltillO'.
Iluiitrini? V.-iitly !t.t
shop wittER of THIRD l Tl i;iilT.
I M J
nontBzuma nouseitflsfJr lo15 l0K
First Clars Hold in Every Respect.
. R-.r.-oom supplied with
Choice Foreign and Domestic Liquors.
Livery Stable in Connection.
iFAIEBANK, - ARIZONA,
''"irl'ines the t:i e cf the BlaeFigsof
v j.av rma, so uxative and nutmioui.
. .'h the meJitmal virtues of plantv
'i'n to be mosl I'CntT.cial to the
imr.n vn fnm.infj lhO?Ct,r PFR.
ff-CT KI Ml'DY to act cent! yet
promptly on the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS
CiB2ns2t!i3 System Effectually,
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Naturally follow. Everyone is uving it
ami all are iiei 'ited with it. Asl. your
-lugg 't f.r sYl VI' OF FIGS. Manu
factured only I ) the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO,
T Sas lb -rtsco, fM..
LotuviLLi, Ky. Nu . Vor. N". Y
rimo.hi s;td. tle-h . Hoerler's
"iice Spring gt od. Taiits from SS up,
suits from S30
. sell .
ind conwn.c vo
Wantlu.- ALi.ts lor the Ecoromy
Fuel Kuril r. C!.e.iiana lies: 01 the kind
n the m.iinii. A(l.l';s '. o. 15ox 583
Oman 1, N- 1.
Mr. Hot-tier has received a lot of the
aced of the e patstlte-saiuloin, a forage
plant th it is atir.n.tii.g a great deal oJ
aurn'iun at Mi- present time. It is
c aiirieit to be especiii adapted to dry
countries, and ii sid to be superior to
lucerne or .ilia! la.
Whether on pleisure bent or business
-hould t.ike en every trip a bottle ot
Syrup of Fig-, as it acts most pleasantly
and effectually on the kidneys, liver and
Oauels, preventing fever-, headaches and
other fornib of sickness. For sale in 50c
and Si. 00 bottles t; all leading druggists.
Bv virtue of an execution issued out of Jhc
District ' ourt ot the Fi-st Judicial Distnct, in
nd lor tl t ount) ot Lothue, Terntory of
Anzon.-. to me ii. rented ar.d delivered on a
judgment renclrred Hi sud Court on the :5th day
of M. lo-v, in faior of (. (,. Eerry and
:igur.. Wir.l I'ru-t r,-rin 1 am commanded
to nuLr tlie i ot jjo3 danusfS with interest
tbt-reou jiii due ot jucgnentat the rate of 3
ir cer.t , er month lor Ko txilince at 7 per
cent per annum until paid, together uuh sher
iff s cost- and aciruinir costs.
1 have this daj levied upon the following de
scribed property, to it. IJeuinnirtgat the north
west coimr cf lot .No. cii;ht (8 in block No.
thirtv-lwo (?2), ai.d running thence east along
the north line of said lot a distance of thirty
(jolfeet; ihicr -.nth at rnjl t angles eit;ht (8)
leet; ihercewest it right angles eleven (11) feet;
thence -outh at right angles thirten (13) feet;
thence v.. -t at r?ht angles five (5) feet: t.Vnce
outh at right anj.i to" the south l.nc of said
lot ight Hi feet, tl-ince west along the south
hik-rf ,?i.l lot to the ueitline thereof; thence
north ilng the s.nd west 1'ne of s.id lot to the
place of b-srmnwe. tin- g ttie same piece of
land d-rtl.l to surl l'nest by Glover a: Kinps-!s-nv.
who were the furnur onei of the v hole
of saiJ lot eight ya) in said block thirty-two (3a),
.is the -ame i reprevrnted upon the official map
of the ud city of Tombstone, said count and
rerniorv. .ih.1 atipum nances thereunto belong
ing. CubiK. noUce is hereby gien that on Monday,
the 3.1 (Lay of September. I889. tetween ihe
hour- m9a.n1 and 4 p. m , namely, 2 o clock
;i. m n Iront of th- M.eruTs ifSce. in the city
.: lonilntone, Cochi.e county, Arizona Tem-
;. I will 'HI a I the r grit, title and interest of
th uid Ward I11. it in and to the above de
cri'ied pro'rr at publ.c auction, to the higk--
intl b-st bid r lor ca-h. bwiul money of
tl" L nted suin, to siusfy -aid execution 'and
UUPd riiis. the oth div of August, 183o.
J. II nALGHIER. Shenft
' L. A. S-iiatt c K I'nder hhenff.
THE GLOBS DRY ORE CONCEN'-
I TRATOR rill concentrate from 15 to
I l-o tons of galena ore per day, and of
Room 117 Phtlan BuiMinp;,
San Francisco, GaL
Location notices, justices' Hants, ap
plicable to ihe new Code, mining bonds
and deeds, and all blanks commonly '
use, for salt ut this ctfict.