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TOMIISTONE EPITAPH. THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMUEK u. 1SS9,
TOMBSTONE DAILY EPITAPH i
PUBLISHED EVERY MORXIXGl
MEEK &. MADERO.
Fourth Street, between Fremont and Allen
Tombstone. Cochin CoautY. Arizona.
i i:nrit u 11 1.1 1
One Year (11. adi.iiiv.fi $10 00
six months . b 00
'I hi - months ... 30""
B .tercd by'Carm rs for 25 cent'. per week.
Ultimo 1 t. ot .. .. ..r-s-ci."- ---r.
TA' DAILY EVITAl'll IS
thc only Daily Sevspapir
published in Cocltiae coun
ty that takes a rcyular
trleyraphic pre. report
und does nut me ''boiltr
Tiikhr 1- !i little piece uf 111-ide his
tory alotit Wolflev's appointment not
geiierallv known, which tamo to tin'
knowledge f the ili- Ki'inrii -terdav.and
winch i vouched for i
the truth li our informant. When
Wollley was fir-t con tirnit.il and the
mutter wa- reconsidered ly tin- Senate,
he met some gentlemen from Arizona
in one of the corridor-of thc building
just after leaving Secretary Xobl's
otlice. Among the gentlemen were
Mr. Cliri-t, of Xogales, Mr Thoma- F.
Wilson, of Tue-on,and Clark Church
ill. Mr Wolttoy -ti :. gentle
men not to oppo-e him anv further,
promi-ing tliem thai if they would let
him alone they could lute the mini
ng of am ollic r.- thev wi-hed in Ari
zona. After a conference at Wnliley's
hotel it was aim cd on, the oppo-itiou
m:k withdrawn and he ri-teiifil hi
appointment a- Governor With the
exception, ixrhap-, of Churchill,
Wolfley has not kept hi- promi-e to
any of these gentlemen, but ha- done,
and i doing, all in hi- power a;.iin-t
them, when it was only 1 their for
bearance he succeeded Having corn
menced hi iiialadmini-tration of the
aflairs of the Territorv with fal-ehood.
he 1ih kept it up eer -nice
Thk defen-e of lum-tlf that tile
Governor has caused to be pubh-hed
in the Pheni.t Herald, and width is
reproduced in another column of this
is-ue, is a er lame atlair. Itconsi-t.-principall
of "I am a good man" and
abuse of the editor of the Phenix Ga
iette. In hi- "defen-e" (?)he loe not
deny a single charge brought against
him b thelMJLY El itaj-ji and Phe
nii Gazette of withholding public pa
pers and causing n ling extract to lie
published. He makes a great irtue
of lming acquainted Judge Kibbey
with all the opinion, but it wa evi
dently after the Daily Kittapii had
begun to dig up hi- record, as wa
known to the peojde of the Territory
when we published those telegram
from Washington about thrte weeks
ago. Goiernor, Oti had better quit
talking and ru-hing into print to say
that jou are a truly good man, a
every moicyou make increa-es1 the
embarrassnient of the very few friend
you haie left in the Republican party.
You do protest too much.
From our dispatches; from Washing
ton it will be seen that "things" are
beginning to sizzle in Washington, and
the pos-ibilities are that somebody in
the neighborhood of the Governor's
office may hear something drop with a
dull, sickening thud. We hope he
won't be removed!
If you want ice cold St. Lous draught
beer out of a genuine German pump
call on Julius Cscsar at the Crystal
The Subject of Investigation
by the President.
CORPORAL TANNER REMOVED.
Particulars of the Great Storm on the
Atlantic Coast The Wvomimj
&rix;i l to Tin. uviia r.MTAi-ii
I.omhis, .-ept. 11. The 1 Kilue hae
not di-coie.red anv clue to the mur
derer of the woman who-i txxlv viii
found in Wliitechapel yesterdav morn
ing I'lie body hu not ln.en ldenlitied
Id ('ouMiltatiwi itli the I'roMtnt.
Wi-iiisc.rov Sept. 11. -eeretary
Noble, Coiiiniiinner ami M.trhal
llnnnlcll are in lonstiltation with the
President to dav, presumable in rcln
tion to the ca-e of Tanner.
W-.hi.s(.tos, Sept 11. It 1- ro
Iorted litre thi- morning that Corpo
ral Tanner ha- lieen removed, and tht
after tird.i he will cease to be Coni
un loner of I'en-ioii'.. The report is
generally beheuil. but i not et olll
The H)min; uiiituiiii.
Chkyk.snk, Sept. U. Frank, of
Crook county, in the eon-titiitional
comention to-!a pre.-entcil a n -olti-tion
that women only be permitted to
vote at school election- and be eligible
to hold M-hool otfice-. Grant, of Al
b.1111, introduced a resolution that the
s'tate debt be limited to one per cent
of the property valuation and the
county ilebt to two per cent.
The Mtirm SnUiiliu;
New Yokk, Sept. 11. The wind has
-ub-idttl somewhat, but the sky is -till
black and a light rain i- falling The
only trausatlmtic -temner which ar
med thi- morning w.i- the California.
Hotli tin Cit f New York and the
Teutonic were due ye-terday, but hac
not been sighted Three other steam
ers are due to-day. The pa--enger-will
no doubt have intere-ting tales to
tell, as they mu-t have encountered
the fiercest part of the gale
rhonn Hairs la U Intirjlfl.
Wa-iiinctox, Sept. II. Cd. John
W'f ir, a mining operator of Arizona, i
in the city, and jestenlay, in comjmny
with Stcrttari Xcdde and J. F
Plumber, of Xcw York, called niton
President Harri-on and con -tilted with
him in reference to Governor Wolllej'.
Tcrritorir.l appointments. He repre
sented that owing to the fact that the
legislature was not in session to con
firm hi- apjKiintments the Governor i
compelled to allow the pre-ent Demo
cratic incuuiltf'iit- to retain the otfice-.
The President promi-ed to give the
matter con-ideration at an e.irlv dav.
Wcr-in.NGTo.v, Sept. II. 'I he Com
missioner 1 ab.-1.11t from hi jiost of
duty this morning. Deputy Commis
sioner Smith is acting. Commis-ioner
Tanner was expected at his office it
was said at noon, but at 1 o'clock he
had not returned. It is believed by
some that he will be removed ISy
others that he will be tcmiior.irily sti
pended until the renult of the inve-t-igations
of the Commis-ion looking
into the affairs, of the pen-inn office.
It i imposible to find out exactl thc
etate of affairs. But that hi- resigna
tion was asked for or tendered, Secre
tary Xoblc declined to say anything on
t'tirlhir I'ttjiN I tie (Irnt vforro.
Vvil Vulil. i,it 1 1 'm., 1 Mt
anchor along the South --vet licr
have the appearance of ha ing im-sed
through a cveloue. The rigging of ,
many are torn into shred- and -ir-
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and masts di-mantled, while the wave
heat wit h great furv against heir side-.
The lelegraj.h wires between here and 1
fiuidy Hoik are still d"'n, con-t-
ouently the u-nate-t uncasi.iesf. 1- lelt t'"-' mst celebrated brand. Hi Call-
at thJ Maritime Enchant;. for the ' fornl'1 ,,M,,l,i' ,u,,ot Ml"
, ain where. All kiiuU of faticv iniv(l
-alelv of e el-, at sen. I'mate ad- , . , ,.
uriuks a specialt ; the Carman kt
lice from the .juarter of the health , V, ri!:ar ,..uu"10t ,t. l,oat, for the
ui'i.ei- dortii Ciie Iwy -iiow that the money, 111 .my place. St. 1auj- An
jtorni at the juarHntiiie -tation i- con- heu-er Ilu-ch Lager lieer, ue cold, on
tmiiiii.' with ..real fi.nMlie wind hhiu- lfuj:"t. Call and be eouwnced.
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ing a hini gale mid the -eu washing
oor the urnmmhtig walls. Along
the IS.it tery wall the wae- l-hl far
iut the jwrk. The iron railing ur
roiindiiig the wall alongside of the
Dock t'ommi-Moner'biiiWitig wuscar-
riod away, while the dock at Ci-lle
, , . , .
Garden 1- being wa-lied
I.kwks ISeix, Sept 1 1 ,-eventeon
vessel are a-hore here with a -core
morofa-t drawing ujion the breakers.
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Ihecrews of -itteen wrecked ve el-
re being cared for A three-ma-ted
sclwoner i Hshore ju-t outside the In
ner I!v and going to piece, with the
crew often men clinging to the ric
gtug, The hue which the life -aving
r " "
crcw shot over hur got dangled in uch
a manner as to make it iiiirtor-ib'.e to
send out a car. Xo hmiinn power can
save the sailor.
Atuintic City. Sept. 11. Addi-
liotial intelligence is to the effect that
ne of the largest hotels on the inlet
wa- thi- morning de-troved by the
-..v nt.r u-it. .... r,,l .-,.tt,.o.
.....-, ...V.... ...... ...-k.M. VV'V.. .
t last reprt- the water at Alantit
City i- av high a- at any time luring
the i-toun. A number of hou-cs are
reiX)rtel washed awaj at Holly Reach
The Continental hotel at Sea Isle City
has been undermined by the waves and
entirely destrojed. Rettorts are to the
etrect that Sea I-le City has been wiiwd
Xew York, Sept. 1 1. The -team-ship
California from Hamburg, which
arriied yesterday, encountered the
hurricane oil George lnks. Off the
bar she had the greate-t difficulty in
getting a pilot on board. The loat
up-' t .uh! the pilot ami crw wire
thru'vn into the -a. They were -
cr.il when almo-t cxhnu-ted
Uiii TlVm IJW'Mttr.
Xkw Yokk, Sept. 11 A vVa-hing-1
ton special sy-Tanner bid goodhve 1
to all men in his oilice lu-t night, and!
wa- not ..1 hi, -."he .hi- morning
This powier n ver varies. A marvl
and C4nnot be sold in competinn with the j
tnul-iti.de of low test, short weight alum
er phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.
koyal hakint. j'owuhR co., 100 nan
K.-y - -
A plain gold wedding ring, ltwecn ,
1 .1 tiYi.ii JM,i.
Xat-o-an and the old Xiehola ranch, ,
in Sonora, alKitit fifteen days ago.
The owner can hav c the same by call-1
ing on iicnry Campbell, at thc pony j
alejn, in this city, proving property
and paying for this advertisement,
Fresh buttermilk at the Can Can.
I Do you want to be happy, health ,
'wealthy and wi-e? Drop into the
,.OIiy Saloou au, .u.k Hcnry fol 6)m(,
' of that line ohl hand made So sh
Bourbon Whisky. uid Will and Hills'
Spring of 60. He also hah on hand
Hermitage Bourbon, J. II. Mc-Bravcr'
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lioiirlioji, Itippv and Giickenhcinic-r
i,..w n . ... ", .. .1 1, . ,
Uvea all pure, straight old gooils; to- 1
j.,,tl,er with all kinds of imported
Brandie-, Wines, Ales and I'orter- ot I
He.nuy 'mphi.i.i.. I'rojirietor.
ADVICE TO MOTHERS
Mrs. V.nkj Joothin; irup, tor
children teething, is the prescription o j
one of the best female nurses and phy- I
si' 1II5 111 the United State- and ha-I
been u-.ed lor over iortv e.irs with neve I
fbng succ- by million of mothers for
their children. Du-irig the process 01
, , "
teething its value 15 inc.ilcuible. It
teHee thechild of pun,cur d-,enter
and diarrhoea, griping in the bowels, in
v " V K'v'g "eiltli to the
.hili it gives rest to the mother. Price
2$ cents rwtttli- ian:6-i
There wa- a terrible epidemic of
djt-eutery and bloody lluv in Pope
('ouu,v- m,wU- ' """'
inanv a- rive death- occurred in one
, " ,. ... ., ., ., .... .
day. .Ie--r-. Walter Urothers, of Wal-
tetsburg, sold over .!0 Unties of
Chamberlain'- Colie, Cholera and
Diarrhea Remedy during thi- epidemic
hikI -11 va thev never heard of its fail
ing in any ca-e when the direction.'
were followed It wa- the onlv mod
icine iiscil that did cure the worst
cast-. Many persons were cured by
it after the doctor-had given them up.
' -"' "wd ."0 cent lott!t- for .-a!o by II.
" ' ..
' The Can Can re-taurant ha- the
finest varieties of fi-h fresb every day.
Latest fvle of cloth
suits at Harris' tailor shop,
The very tin. -t coffee at the Maison
Dore r -ta'irant.
Rroiled steak and chop- a specialty
at the Maison Dore.
J. II. White's ranch butter at Wol-
MM uw, , cllI1Cl,.rt :lt thc
' Crystal Palace concert hall every night.
Go and hear her
Stationer, jiaints, oil-, etc., at Mon
Babv carriage.-, tov-, briishe-, books,
etc., at Monmonier'-.
Fre.h .h and fre.-h oyster every
day at the Mai-on Dore.
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Picture-, picture frames, moulding
.,,, anUt, mMcjiaU al Moillnonier.,.
1 Fresh oyster
at the Can Can everv
Mvintni'- mdellible marker, for
clothing and nil other fabrics, is for
-ah it Moiiiiinnif r'-.
If vou want to gtt lre.h telegraphic ' - " n front of the M.er.ffs fhce,'in the city
1 ! I' mbstonr, Cochi.e count), Arizona Tern
'IIO grapevine , new-, read the fc.I-IT1.PII '- ! sill rl! .1 1 the rKht title and interest of
U ith L. K. I'tge, n ti;. redv to d a I kinils
if w rti n ng " trit He n-ikc ,
P .iav 1. jo ot
Sitni A' Trnn:r PninthuT.
lliuigin Xeatl.v Dime,
SHOP COItNF.R OF TIIIKH AD TOlfillUT.
11 , 11
LE0 L1KKIEI . Proprietor-
, .TT- r
First Class Hotel in Even' Respect.
FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT.
choice Foreign and Domestic liquors.
LlVeiy Stablejn Connection.
FAIEBANE, - ARIZONA,
oml ines the 'uic; of the Blue Fijjof
i u.fornn, so Isxauve and nutritious,
Aith the medicinal virtue of jlnt
mown to be mot beneficial to thi;
man iv stem, forming the ONLY PER
I ECr r.EMEDY to act gently j
promptly on the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS
Cleanse is System Effectually,
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Naturally fUovr. Fvery one it uitng it
and all are delighted with it. Ask your
buEE.t f' r SYKCP OF FIGS. Manu
factured cn'y 1 the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO,
Sam FaANCtsco, Cl.
LoimiLi. Kv. NkYok,N.Y
Timothv s-td. troh n Hocflei's
"fice bpring gcedi Pants from iS up,
suit from S30 up .See Harris' stock
ind convince vour-eU.
Wantlo. Agents for the Ecor.omy
Fuel Kurn-r. (.heap and best ot the kind
n themukri. Addre- p o. Box 583
Oman 1, Xch.
Mr. Hoerler has received a lot ot the
eed of the e patsette-sainloin, a forage
plant tht is atiracting a great deal ol
attention it the present tune. It is
C1.1 med to be especi dly adapted to dry
countries, and is said to be superior to
lucerne or .iltaifi.
Whether en pleasure bent or business
should tdke en everv trip a bottle of
I Syrup of F1J5, as it acts most pleasantly
! and effeuuah on the kidnes, liver and
o iwel-, preventing fevers, headaches and
other forms of sickness. For sale in 50c
andSi oobottlesb all leading druggists.
Bv virtue of an execution issued out of the
District Court ot the First Judicial Dmnct. in
anJ lor tlit C ounty of Cochise. Terniory of
Arizona, to m dire ted ard delivered on a
judgment rendered in said Court on the 15th day
of M.n lani, in Uo- of O U Btny and
agunsi V i-u Pn st hi-nn I am commanded
to nuke t:- sum ot J203 d-images v,nh interest
thereon 'or.. d..u ot jujgrr.cnt at the rale of 3
I er cei t ( er month lor -lco balance at 7 per
cent per .innu-n until paid, logeihtr with Sher
Ui's covts and irtrurg tost-
I haie it 1- d ly Ie.rti upon the following de
scribed p-opert) towit Itetmning at the north,
west co n-r ot lot .o eight (8 in block No.
thirt-to I321. and running thtnee east alon j
the noif. line ot sa.d lot a distance of thirty
(3o)fert. thence '.uth at rujht angles eight (8)
leet; thei ce west it right argles eleven (111 feet,
thence -outh at right angles thirtem (13) fret;
Ihcii,.. . -t a right angles five (5) feet, thence
south at right angles to tht south line of said
lot 1 iM (8) feci, tfer.ee urst along the south
lini-if said lot to the wi-sthne thereof; thence
norih alorg the said .st line of sid lot to the
place of U ginning, iiei 5 the same piece of
land dfedtd 10 slid I'oest b) Glover x Kirgs
brrr. who were the former owners of the vhole
of said lot eiht li) in said block thirty-two (3a),
as the ame is reiresent d upon the official map
of ih s ud cilv of Tombstone, said county and
Tern orv. and appuntnaacts therrunto belong,
I'ubLc notice is hereby given that on Monday,
the 23d d.iy of September, I889, between ihe
I 1 ours D'jiin. ana 4 p. m . namelv. a o clock
I th si.d Ward I'n -t mind to the aboied
I .mird pro' em at pubac auct.on. to the hipfc.
test ind best lid -r for tab. Uwiul money"of
I the United Mates to msfy said execution and
1 Dited this, the vKh di) of August. 183q.
I J. H s ALGIHER. Sheriff.
i; t. a. miattlck I. nder Sheriff.
THE GLOBE DRY ORE CONCEN
TRATOR mil 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
Location notices. Justices' blanks, ap
plicable to the new Code, mining bonds
and deeds, and all blanks commonly '
use, for sal it this offic.