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TOMBSTONE EPITA PH, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER iS, 1889.
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING
MEEK &. MADERO.
Fourth Street, between Fremoat and Allen
Tombstone. Lx'Li Coantv. Anona.
siu- i:irriit uin
One Year (ir. advance)
lj .n-rrd bylCamiTS for 25 cents per week.
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THE DAILY KI'ITM'H IS
the only Daily Xewspapir
published in Curhise coun
ty that takes a riyular
tdcnnwhk' imss report
and dots not use "boiler
Poou Nevada is alw.i- being hf-'getl
in to point a moral and adorn a tale
whenever anything is vhi.-pored about
admitting Arizona. A- between the
two Hilitic.il division- there i- no coui-
iirison. In the lirst ,
wa- admitted during the
war measure to gain tvv
Senators, without any 1
titness to a time the 1
of statehood. Her ;u
merely a political mea-iir
had but 0110 peat mini
to anything, and what lit
arable land i liebl mi
111011-. On the other hail
nuiiieruiis mines scattert
broad area that are yieldi
mid if silver should go
above it would create a
our mining industry and
booming along the high 1
erity; and a- :i mean- t
is nccisearyth.it wesho
votes to those of the -ilvt
In regard to agriculture
cease-. Our large and fort..-. ..j,
with river- running through tem, are
not to be compared with the vat,j Re
covered plains of Nevada that never
can be made nv.iilnbli' for a:iv tiling ex
cept as :i -tamping ground tor jack
rabbits anil coyotes. I!e-ides our min
ing and agricultural re-ources, Arizona
is acknowledged to be the finest cattle
range in the United Stall-, and hun
dreds of thousands of doll.!"-- annually
find their vvav into thi- Territory in
exchange for our fat lieevcs. In short,
while Nevada has for years bien stead
ily declining, Arizona lia-. been a-
steadily advancing, has all the ele
ments within her border to make a
prosperous State, and if allowed to
make provision for the building or a
north and south railroad would bound
forward on a career of material devel
opment that would astonish the old
owls that sit on the dead limb of Ter
ritorial government and hoot at the
efforts of (lie progressive "lenient to
better their condition.
The Daily KriTAi-ii arises and re
eclfully suggests to the papers op
posing statehood that, with the exce
tion of the I'rcscott Courier, they do
noted, none of them have published
the opinion of Attorney Geniral Mil
ler declaring that Arizona had the
right to call a constitutional conven
tion, nor any other item of news that
was in favor of the measure.
Til is paragraph from the Globe-Democrat
covers the whole case "Corporal
Tanner perished as a public officer in
a desperate effort to run a hair-trigger
mouth in conjunction with a flintlock
If John L. Sullian should a
elected to Congress would any oini
care to contest his seat?
EtTHhK the preachers or the uewt
papers of Chicago .ire losing their grip
and getting oil' their bae. A preachtr
has actually f.iid that the intluence of
the Chicago papers is not wholly bad.
This must he intended as a thrust at
Uuis Kosscth, who is so old that
lie can almost see the shining shore
aerois the river, is to be expelled from
Italy at the demand of Bismarck, be
cause of his protest to the Hungari
ans against the anti-French tirade of
Premier Twa. For men like Kossuth
there is no dace in Ilisinarck's. pious
-chenie for the betterment of mankind.
It is really not at all ncces-.uy for
our Democratic friends to worry them
selves over the conduct of public af
fairs by the party in jkjwit. The re-spon-ibilitv
for the government of the
nation does not now rest on Demo
cratic -boulders. Having received the
people's mandate to administer the
government for four years, the Repub
lican pirty proposes to administer it.
.. mo. This
eitimate includes dairy products, nnd
is indicative of Kuroan dependence
Uou our agriculture.
A KUMOK has been floating around
for two or three weeks to the effect
that a combination was formed be
tween Wolrley, Johnson, Churchill and
Barnes, whereby the latter was to Use
all his iulliience to overrule the deci
sion of Judge Porter in the mandamus
case when it came up for hearing iu
Supreme Court, and in return the tri
umvirate were to put forth their best
etlorts for the retention of Judge
Karnes. The way things have turned
out gives a color of truth to the ru
mor. It is being investigated, and if
there is any truth in the rumor it will
surely see the light of day.
A plain gold wedding ring, between
Nacosari and the old Nicholas ranch,
in Sonora, about fifteen days ago.
The owner can have the same by call
ing on Henry Campbell, at the Pony
saloon, in this city, proving property
and paying for this advertisement.
There was a terrible epidemic of
dysentery and bloody flux in Pope
County, Illinois lfut "nmmr. As
many as five deaths occurred in one
day. Messrs. Walter Brothers, of Wal
tersburg, eold over 380 bottles of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhea Kcmedy during this epidemic
and says they never heard of its fail
ing in any case when the directions
were followed. It was the only med
icine used that did cure the worst
cases. Many persons were cured by
it after the doctors had given them up.
25 and 50 cent bottles for kale by H.
Broiled steaks and chops a specialty
At the Mauion Dore.
Alarmed at the Actions of
DISCHARGE OF DAVE NACLE.
Fatal Prize Fight Merril Said to be
the Coming Commissioner
A Sad Accident.
STECIAL TO T1IK DAILY KI'IT.VI'll.
Freight Train lVrtrW.
Atlvxta, On., Sept. 17. A freight
train was wrecked near here at mid
night by cross ties placed across the
track. The engineer, fireman and
briikeman were killed.
.t Jdrfj Hri'uM'rns.
Trenton, N. J.. Sept. 1". The He
publican State Convention met hoie
to-day. After the appointment of the
Usual committee'' reces- wa- taken.
On reassembling the convention
proceeded to the nonii nation for gov
ernor, and on the second ballot CI1119.
Grubb was nominated.
y-jjor fico. S. JIhiiI.
Boston, Sept. 17. Major George S.
Merril, of the Massachu-ets In-urance
Company, ami chairman of the com
mittee on pensions of the G. A. l! ,
who has been mentioned for the po-i-tion
of commi-sioner, received from a
friend in Washington to-day tho fol
lowing dispatch: "Warm h.i- de
clined and vou are the man to accept
our congratulations." Merril regards
this as rather ha-tv.
fo.il ll'l Lop .l;a;n.
San Francisco, Sept. 17. Mrs.
Annie G.iIk) was sitting at the table in
her house on Willow avenue last even
ing with her baby in her arms and
two other small children near her.
The baby suddenly upset the coal oil
lamp which exploded in the mottK;rv
lap and all four were soon envelopid
in the flames. Mrs. Gabo ran into the
back yard with the baby but by the
time assistance arrived, both were -o
badly burned that they died in a short
time. The other two children were
al-o fearfully burned and lb. ir lecov
erv ;- doubtful.
lln.ibpji liiJfe'r. un ilit-War Iti!i.
NKKDIK-, .'i1 , Sept. 17 Intellig
ence reached here of antiiipatul
trouble with the Hualapai Indiana at
Hackberry. Promini-it citien- have
telegraphed to Kingman lor arm- and
ammunition. The cause of the ..oub'e
is not definitely known. The Indians
have been holding a big jiow-wow anil
a war dance for some weeks, and
Lieut. Her.-ey of Fort Mopve, whoi-,
at Hacklrry at present, -ays he does
not feel like meeting the Indian- as
trouble is inevitable. Hackl.et.y citi
zens are sending away their 'amilics
and fortifying themselves.
The (ruisfr liarlcsUn.
Sas Fr.AXO.-co, Sept. IS. Captain
Watson, Chief Engineer Kat, and
naval constructor Pfister, have pre
pared their report on the recent trial
trip of the cruiser Charleston, and
forwarded it to the Serrelaiy of l'ie
Navy. The report is very unanimous
and very enthusiastic. The .-hip is
credited with a maximum hor.-e tower
of 7003, an average horse ower of
4815 for four hour's run. The greatest
speed obtained was 18 knots, an aver
age of 18.4 knots Jjefore the regular
trial. For a two hour's run shu made
19.12 knots. It is positively stated at
the Mare Island navy yard- that Capt.
Geo. C. Remy, now at the Norfolk,
Va., navy yard, ia to command the
San Fkamjmo, Sept. 17. The
Court in ito dicision discharging Mar
shal Nagle, declare-. "After a mature
consideration we have reached the
conclusion that the !n.ii.ij um
committed by tlie petitioner while act
ing in the di-eharge of the duty im-po-cd
upon him by the Constitution
and laws of the United States. Nagle
was on the scone of the action and
fearing the party making the murder
ous attack, knowing by eronal ex
perience hi.-. 1I13xic.il ower and hi"
desperate character, and by general
reputation his life long habit of carry
ing arm- in leadiuess to use them and
hi- angry, murderous threats, and was
therefore the party to decide when
such a moment of action had come.
In our judgment he acted under try
ing condition- in
.5: tid with
I'on-umm.U- courage, judgment and
di-cretiou. The homicide was in iur
opinion clearly justifiable in law ord
in the forum of sound practical com
mon sens'..' funmendable.
liul.il I'.Vf Fisht.
St. l.or'-, Sep.. 17. A brutal prize
tight occuired here la-t night between
'I ho-. E. .I.ick-011 and Ed. Aheron,
local lightweight champion. Eleven
bloody rounds we-e fought. At the
opening of the l:!th round Jackson
fell fainting into his seconds arms.
The fight throughout was the most
desperate ever witnessed in the ring.
By the time a half doen rounds had
been fought the men and seconds were
covered with bloi-d, as was the sawdust
on the floor of the ring, while the
water with which the lighters were
sponged was red as blood itself. Jack
son wa- carried to his room and physi
cians called 111. They worked vigor-ou-ly
but without avail, nnd at 11
o'clock this morning he died. He is
a -on of M. N. Jackson, a well known
local grcenbacker. The affair created
inten-c excitement as prominent peo
ple are likely to become involved
oth partiripants are voting lads. The
chief of police has ordered the arrest
of all the parties concerned in the
This powder never varies. A marvel
of purity, strength and wholesomeness
More economical then the ordinary kinds
and cannot be sold ;n competion with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.
Royal Baking Powuer Co., 106 Wall
St., N. Y.
Swinton's indclliblu marker, for
clothing and all other fabrics, is for
sale at Monmonier's.
The Can Can restaurant has the
finest varieties of fi-h fresh, every day.
Mr. Moore, the Post Master at Brad-
thaw, Va., after reading an advertise
ment of Chamberlaiu'd Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea .Remedy, concluded to
try a small bottle of it. He says: "I
used it in two cases for colic and three
for diarrhea with perfect satisfaction.
One doe gave relief in every case but
one, that was a bad case of colic and
required the second dose. I have
handled a great deal of patent medicine
as agent and for my own use, but never
tried any that gave as good results as
"Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhea Uemedy." For sale at 25
and 50 cents per bottle by H. J. Peto. I
Combines the juice of the Blue Figt of
California, so laxative and nutritious,
with the medicinal virtue! of plants
known to be rooit beneficial to the
human syfttviii. fu!iutit tiit ONL.V XTR.
FECT REMEDY to act gently jet
promptly on the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS
Cleanse thi System Effectually,
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Naturally follow. Every one i using it
and all are delighted with it. Ask your
druggist for SYKUP OF FIGS. Maim
factured only by the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO,
g San Kiancisco, Cal. '
LocisviLia, Kv. Nt Voia. N. Y
Timothv seed, fresh at Hoetler's
Mice Spring goods Pants from $8 up,
suits from 530 up See Harris' stock
and convince yourself.
Wantlo. Agents for the Economy
Fuel Hurner. Cheap and best of the kind
n the market.
Address P. O. 15ox 583
Mr. Hoerier has received a lot of the
seed of the eparsette-samloin, a forage
plant that is attracting a great deal ol
attention at the present time. It is
claimed to be especially adapted to dry
countries, and is said to be superior to
lucerne or alfalfa.
1 curio ts.
Whether on pleasure bent or business
should take en every trip a bottle of
Syrup of Figs, as it acts most pleasantly
and effectually on the kidneys, liver and
bowels, preventing fevers, headaches and
other forms of sickness. For sale in 50c
and $1.00 bottlesby all leading druggists.
By virtue of an execution issued oui of the
nistnet Court of the First Judicial District, in
and for the County of Cochise, Territory at
Arizona, to rne directed and delivered on a
judgment rendered in said Court on the 15th day
of May, I8B9, in favor of G G. Berry and
against Ward Priest, wherein I am commanded
to make the sum of $293 damages with interest
thereon from date ol judgment at the rate of 3
per cent per month for 3 loo, balance at 7 rer
cent per annum, until pud, together with sher
iffs co;ts and arcrumg cost?.
I have this day levied u;on the following de
scribed property, 10-wit BeRinmng at the north
west corner of lot No eight (8) in block No.
thirty-two (32), and running thence east along
the north line of said lot a distance of thirty
(30) feet, thence south at right angles eight (8)
feet; thence west at right angles eleven (11) feet,
thence south at right angles thirteen (13J feet;
thence west at right angles five (5) feet, thence
outh at right angles to the south line of said
lot eight (S) feet; thence west along the south
'ne of said lot to the west line thereof, thence
north a'ong the said we t I'ne of said lot to the
place of be .nning, o-ig the same piece of
Land deeded to said I'ne.' by Glover Kings,
ben, who were the former owners of the whole
of S3id lot e.ght (8) in said block thirty-two (32).
as the same is reprr ented u; m the official map
of the said city of Tombstone, said county and
Termory, and appunenaices thereunto belong
ing. Public notice is hereby given that on Monday,
he 23d day of September, I889. between the
hours of 9 a. m. and 4 p. ro., namely, 3 o'clock
p. ra., in front of the Sheriffs office, in the cily
of Tombstone, Cochise county, Arizona Terri
tory, 1 will sell all the right, title and interest of
the said Ward Priest in and to the above de
scribed pronerty at public auction, to the high
est and best bidder for cash, lawful money of
the United States, to safsfy said execution and
Dated this, the 30th day of August, I889.
J. H. SLAUGHl ER. Sheriff.
I!y E. A. Shattuck, Under Sheriff.
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
Location notices, Justices' Hants, ap
plicable to the new Code, mining bonds
and deeds, and all blanks commonly i
use, for salt at this ogu.