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TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20, 18S9.
TOMBSTONE EPITAPH, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER .9, 1889.
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THE DAILY EPITAPH IS
the only Daily Xavtpaper
published in Cochise comi
ty that takes a regular
telegraphic press report
and docs not use "boiler
.T a (inner given tD llin M M,
l'-tce, one of thcproinine.it Kepuhh-nm-
of tlit' I'm ilk cn-t,p .nr ! !u
elep.irtttre for Wjshinj: mi, whither lie
j;oe- a; a delegate to t!it International
Coiigro.-j, lie iim'Jc i ft remark
which will be enelor-eel bv .ill Ameri
can The elelibe-.it'on if ilu ("oii
Kle, miule up of representative- from
all the American goveniiiien'. a e lii
Me to lmw a f.ir icicliin;; ami miport
ant influence on the lii'.'lier jiolitie- if
the vvorhl. Thi- move in (hploiii.icv i
the great ami pot -chome of SwriMrj
111 line, ami if lie i.in tiring it to a
fcliccc-'flil tcviiiinatioii 111- name will
VO ilovvn in hi-lor.- . one f tin threat
;-tatonien of Jic uoilcl Follow in:;
are the remark- of Mr E-tev
The e-talili-liment of a regular ami
frequent communication 1 tw niort
of tli' -ever.il American -t.ite- .mil
ort of each other, ami the adoption
of a common silver eemi t be iuctl
by each pivcriiiiiciit, tl e -ame to l.e
lejz.il temler in ill commercial tran-ic-tions
between cit("i- of .ill American
frtntt'-. Mr. E-l" e epre eil himself
a being -trough in favor nf lci.i-l.i-tion
which would bring aUmt t lit -t-results.
Mr. E-tce - till that ne.i'h nil
Central ami ?oulh Aiiiencan nation
proehice chielly rawm.itcn.il ami man
ufacture very little Tliej esporl to
foreign countne- what is I.irudv pre
tluectl in our ji irt of the world. H
6aid the Tinted State- was in clo-c
proniiiiity to them, and traii-pur.alimi
wa- shorter, ami it -hould be chc.i;er
from this country to .ir.v ; tl.e.-v.
South American states than from tho-c
countries to Europe. Vet the trade,
he said, was praetic.illv going against
lis. Mr. Estce s.i'd he wa- in faor of
maintaining by gove'iinicnt aid lines
of btcame.i to port- south of tl t
United rita.e-. American lines ol vt
tels plving between i-au Fr.i.ici-cu,
Australia, Japan and the islands of tin
Pacific ought also, in his opinion, thus
to be aided in making a new highw.n
for trade across the Pacific ocean and
divert the trallic of ihe l-land- to the
United .Statc-s. While do.ng this, -aid
the eiieaker, such provi-ion might be
made that in case of war the-e ve--cl-could
be utilised by the general gov
ernment, and thus m canying out thi
fcystcm of building tip American com
merce we would at once aid in creat
ing a navy.
A i.ov was so severely puni-hed in a
prize light in St. Iouii the other even
ing that he died from the eilecti of
the drubbing he received. This -ad
affair is directly attributable to the
gnat notoriety given the late tight be
tween Sullivan and Kilrain. All who
in any way aided or abetted this fatal
prize fight should be pro-ccutcd to the
full extent of the law.
The Mexican military company that
paraded in Tucson without. earrving
the American flag -hould be brought
to a realizing sense of the impropriety
of their conduct. Their action may
have been the result of ignorance, but,
neverthlcss, they should be made to
understand they arc in the United
States and that such action will not bo
tolerated in the future.
Tut following i ditorial, clipped from
the Globe ilver licit, l- prc-cnU'd to
our reader a-n matter of news. We
do not concur with our conteinpor.irv
a to it- deductions, becnii-o we con
sider tint the opinion on which thev
are ba-ed was obtained on a nu-repre--I'ntiitioii
of fact- as to the time of
convening of the Fifteenth legi-lature
The clipping is given merelv to -diovv
that other people are beginning to ap
preciate th far reaching con-ciueiice-
of the attempt to overturn the conven
tion act cm a technicality. Several
weeks -iuce the DvilA El mm called
attention to the di-a-trou- coii-e-llielice
that would en-lie should the
conspiracy of Wollley, Churchill and
Johu-ou em ceed, and we are plea-ed
to see that at lea-t one of the abler
ipiient- of the statehood movement
is -bowing an appreciation of the evil-
sought to be intliUci! upon mir Tern
tore bv a gang of iohtioul vulture-who-e
thir-t for olhce i- in-atiab!e
Kor no other purpo-e than to hold
onto eiiliee the-e men would phi'ige
the atlairs of the Territorv into iilmo-t
interiiiiuable eoiifu-iwi, l-e-ide vlmh
the eo-t ol a coa-titutioiml coiiNcution
would be a drop in the bucket, lint
Wolllev and Churchill luu-t have of
fice at anv o-t. We appeal to 1're-.
dent Ha n-ou to remove tin- tii.hi
Wnlley, for it is evident that he is en
tirely .imiI ulte 1" unfit for the p'itioii
he occup;'-. r-hoidd he be retj;,it J
the KepublaM'i pa,ty of Ariz'ina might
a- well di-hunl, for a'iy gKjd it will l.o
able t acvoiuphsh at the Al net
year. Follow i'ij are the remark- of
the .-iher I'.ell:
The opinion of the Attorney-General
of the U'lited Mate-declaring void
the act providmg for a convention to
fiame a MJite (ons'itution, on the
ground that the time when the Fif
teeith Legisl iture could legally 1 in
-es-ion had ccpircil before the act was
pa-scd and approved, if -u-tamed bv
the cou.ts, opens the wav for ahno-t
interminable' confu-ion and complica
tion in the laws of Arizona, -hue it
atlccts legi-lation as far balk as 1M.
The gist of the Attorney Generals
opinion l- th it the d ite when the le.-l-lative
a--embly of Arizona -hould
convene is the nr-t Mondav in .1 imi
ary. The Eleventh legislature, v liie.Ii
met January ', lbbl, pi ed an act
changing the date for the assembling
oi -uu-eiiuent iegi-l.iturc- to itie -( c
ond Mondav m January. That act.
howt vcr. wa- not approveil until M ircl
"ith, two dus after the si-vty ilavs to
which legislative ses-ions arc limited
had e-.pireil Therefore, the Attorney
General holds the law as nut;ato v.and
the first Monday in January remained
the legal date for the commencement
of kgi-lative se ion-, from wiiich
elate the sit eon-ccutive davs mu-t
The Fourteenth legislature again
changed the date for a-scmbling to
the third Mondav in Januarv, which
act is al-o void on pre ci-ely the -ame
ground-. The session of the Four
teenth legislature legalh cxpircil on
the 7th of March, ltS7, and the act
(Council Hill 72) changing theelate for
the assembling of the Fifteenth h-gis-lature
and siibseiiuent sessions to the
third Monday in January was not aj
provcel until alarch 10th. Consc
ipiently it is void. and the first Mondav
in January is still the date for the con
vening of the legislature.
According to this view, therefore',
th- Fifteenth h-gi-1 iture should have
i-onvened on Monday, the 7th of Jan
uary, lfeh!, .iiiel the session expired by
limitation March 7th, ami all legisla
lion approved after that date is void
The etrect of this opinion in annulling
the convention act is trivial when its
bearing on othe-r legislation anil its far
reaching consequences are considereel
Those who ought to know fay that
the race for judge-hip for this district
has narrowed down to Judge Masvvell
of this city, and Webster Street of
Phenix, with Maxwell ever so far in
the lead. Star.
Latest jieriodicals at Monnionicr'fl.
Oi Kingman Asking fur Arms
E A. & P. R. R. STRIKE.
Will Make it Rocky for Suies Chol
era on the Se. Lawrence River
Loss of a Yacht.
Sl'LCIVLTo THK DVIIA illT.Vl'II
ht-.itli til ,i Kuimii I.intr.
S v.s Fi. v.nc'Isco, ept. IS. Col. Geo.
Flournen-, a well known law vcr of tin
city, elicd thi- afternoon. He ha- been
troubled with Ilright'-di-ei-e for -ome
time Hi-t, ami hi- death was not un
expected. llmkr.1 mi I'.o.iril.
(Ji mim , Sept. lb The steamer Al
berta which arrived from Ilvilo, -via
Singapore, 1 mehil a paeiige r -tillering
with a severe attack of cholera
After being thoroughly fimii;ateel the
All""ta wa- allovveel tj p-eHenl to
Si lii'lictimiitv Y-.h4 T. I.. Stilt.
'I i f -on, ,-ep. IS. The granel jure
h.iAe rcttirucii -i : iiidiciiiienis aaint
1'. 1.. Stile-, li'e a-s.j, ice o." Hie
defunct banking house e" IIud'onA
Co., for einlie.lemct:t. SJIes is novt
a candielate for the S ip.emc Ufiuli in
Wa-h'ngtoii Tcfi oiy.
Cine too, Sept. li. .ig'l Service
report of the t"inp raeii-e i nlica'.c-
fro-t la-t nfcut I'lroushoul no 'iCiii
lvaiisa-, northern Mi oini, Jllinoi-.
Xebra-ka, luiha.ia Wisconsin and
jvoints furiher nor.h. IJepoi.s tthe
A-iM:iiteil Ire-s are to the tlect that
corn is out of the way of the frot and
little daaiage done.
K'no-ton, Sept. l!'. A meinorial
-erviee in honor of Captain C M.
.-chooiimaker, who lost hi- life i.i tin
gre.et .-annum naval disa-tCi, wa- held
lice by the Ma-onie Icxlge of wh'ch
he wa a member. The attendance'
wa- Iar i ii'lmhng relative of tin
g.dlint en liter. Eiexpi. nt aeldr -vv
te elt-hvi re-.l lv .lude Aaron 1J
P.rker a'lel Ge 11. Geo Sha p-.
Ilti.1 Wilhoitl Ki".
-r. I.ol I-, Mo. .-ept. lb - a re--ult
f the iiiipi'sl eiver the liody of
young l'hoiii i- E. .lack-o'i. killed in a
fight vis. relay, held .'- morni.i. E.
Vhe.i'ii, the siirvivng pfineipd, was
he'd wahoul ba.l to anwer tj the
charge of mii-de., whi'e the 'e-Vrte,
-ii'ond- time l.eepe -, cm., are In hi as
ace e one -
ClhV.lvxi, U., Sept. It. Xot'mij;
elefiuite ha- loen heard of the vaeht
I.eo which left Pot-oil for Clevi'lanel
last iiialit with a paii of nine on
board, till this morning when the
liodios of Killer and I-oe'tlie r were
found by the life' saving crew tloating
in like Erie. 'Ihe remaining Imeln -are
being scare heel for hot the- work 1--low
ami dangerous on ae count of the
roiigliiK'-s of the watt".
To I'rstirt OM liuinv.
Wv-lll.Nf.rov, Sept. 18. Sccre.arv
Noble has elirccteil that the- public
lam! in Cedorado iikjii vvhiih ruins of
former reiidcnces ami mounds of the
so-cillcil rliir dwellers" an' IiKaleil !
withdrawn from dipoal, until an
examination could U hfld with a
view of acertain:ng their cau-c and
historical value. Steps will 1h- taken
to protect the ruins from wrongful re
moval or destruction.
.hkin for irms .Mil Vmuu'iiiiim.
Pnh-(orr, A. T., Sept. lis. A tele
gram was received toelav by Adjutant
(eiipral O'Neill, of the Te rrilon.il
Militia, from Kiugniiiu, asking for -i it
111111(11)11 -tand- of itrnis and amiiKini
lion to be -hipped at once. Fears are
entertaimil ol an outlueak bv the
Hull ipai Indiuis.
7Lr Slrilic mi iW . &. V-11. It.
I'Kl.-e on, A. T, Sept. l.S. It i
stated an cmi arv fiom the -Irikei-eni
the A. i: 1". 1!. K., iitwl I'rc-cutt
to-elav to purehi-e ammunition Anv
atteinpt of the Compaiiv to run tram
before the- aelpistiiH'iil of the ditlicultv
will be met with armed resi-tanee bv
liie -Inker- it i- rumored.
o liiruritutiuii lintiitil .it iliai!iiirlrs.
Sa Fkvmi-co, .'-ept. lis N ell
patches t gareling theexpeeteil trouble
with the Ilii.il.ipui Indian- .itll.uk
leiry hivelieeii receive el at inilitarv
heailiuarter here. In con-eipieme
of newspajver reports General Mih
wired to Col. Grier-on at I.os Anjicle-.
coirimanding the department of Ari
zona, to take whatever step- he should
deem nice' are to prevent the out
lueak. )H. I.'lil. Ii.i Ii.m,!,ttiii (W.
MaiV Evi so. X..'., Sept. lb.-
The i tirl -)eii h.i- croweh.l this
morning with peniple anximiH to hear
the proceeding-, in the case of Mrs.
Kobi. Kav Hamilton indicted for ait
at ixiou- i ault upon her child'
muse, Mary Ponelly Mr-. Hamilton
-at Ih.- tie her coeii'-el and looket! pile
and worn. Mr. Hamilton did not look
towards hi- wife, wlto .reeiucntly eoi
beel aloud dc ins l'le selection of the
jury antl gave every evidence of ho1,e
le dt-j m!e in v Mr. t'm-bv, the
tir-t vviine de -i I d the uatnii '
th w mud it. I . ' lid tint Mr- 1). ,
nellv wa- ii t itit r
This pow ler never vanes. A marvel
ol puntv, ..'rcnth and whcleionieness
More emomi .11 then the ordinary kinds
anil canrot be sold in competion with the
multitude of lot. test, short w eight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.
Royal Pkis-g I'oworR Co., 106 Wall
St., N. Y
Svv niton's inelelhble marker, for
clothing and all other fabric-, is for
'ale at Monmonier's.
The Can Can restaurant ha- the
finest varieties of fish fre-1 everj da.
TO CATTLE BUYERS.
500 Fat Steers.
Persons wishing to buy Hit
cattle, can purch:i-r the same
from Messrs. Jose Maria and
Manuel Ilias, at their ranch
in San Pedro, P.tlominas, So
nora, Mexico, who have now
on hand 500 fat steers. They
will be sold at moderate prices.
For further particulars in
quire at the above named
J. If. White's ranch butter at W
Stationery, paints, oils, etc, at Mon
g 12- j-"-"7 -
Cmlnntf the ui-e of the Blue Figs of
t f in-a, so fixative and nutritious,
villi the ir.cdi nal irtues of plnti
knovin to be movt beneficul to the
Ii un.ansv stem, forniinfftlie ONLY PhR-1-ECT
KFMFDN to aU gently jet
p-omptly on the
KIDNEYS. LIVER AND BOWELS
Cieanseths System Effectually,
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Naturally follow. Every one is mine it
and all are delighted with it. Ask your
drucgist for SYKl'P OK FIGS. Manu
factured only I y the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO,
a1. r ianusio, eeu
Ni Vo. N. Y
i'miothv seed, tiesh a: Hoetler's
'lice Spring wd:. 1'ants from iS up,
sn'ts from 3jo up hee Harris' stock
and connote u .rch.
Wami I). Acnts for the hconomy
Fuel burn- r Cheap and best ol the kind
ii the in ui t. Aititie-ss 1'. O Pox 583
Mr. Hotller has received a lot of the
seed of the eipars'jlte-sainloin, a forage
plant th it is attracting a great deal of
attention at the present tunc. It is
Ci.aimeit to be especially adapted to dry
countries, and is said to be superior to
lucerne or alfalfa.
Whether on pie isure bent or business
hould take en e-.erv trip a bottle of
Sj rup of Figs, as u acts most pleasantly
ind etlectudlv jn the kidneys, liver and
b mds, preventing fevers, headaches and
other form- of sicknos. For sale in 50c
ind 1.00 bottles b .all lending druggists.
K virtue of an erectaion issued out of the
Hi, ma ourt of the. rirstjiulicl.il District, in
in t tor the our.t) of C ochisc, 1 erntor) of
nzona, to rue. diri-vtI mil delivefred on a
i i 4111 .1: rendercil in said C ourt on the 15th 1! iv
I n. ItSA,, in (uvor of t, li Ifcrrv anj
4 in 1 Wara I'rit-t vehtrt-m 1 am couimandcif
, 1 .L ,. ur cf s3 iM.iiiaKcs mill imtrrest
it on fror 1 ditt ol judini.nt at the rite of 3
ti"t j.tr fiuntfi for -1 x. Uilinct at 7 pe:r
i'I" annum, until iid. togcihrr vtith bher
t ct- ind .wxroini; tost-
I fi v th'-. el.i) leu d U, in the follow 1111; dc
1. 1 cd prO).rt, to-viil litiiaung at the notlh
.. 1 icu. r of lot No richt (8) in block No.
il rt two (32). nd rtinninK thence cast a!cng
ti. 1 j-th line of ud lot a distaice of thirty
13 ) t t-t theme v.iah at n$rt angles tight (8)
t t; the 1 ci it ilnt.1.-. anj;l5 ilnin (11) fe-ci,
luio south at ngbt . ingles thirteen (13) feet,
thimc wct at nj-hi ingles five (5) feet, tf er.ee
oiali a riH anj,!e-s 0 the south line of said
lot eiijht (8) feet, ihe-nce viest along the south
line of iJ kit to the nest line thereof, thence
north I'or.g the said ust line of said lot to the
pi lex of U,.nninf;. b j'jr the same piece of
Ian I eli-edett to 4.111! I'liest b Glover & Kmgs
ljTr, who were the former owners of the vehole
of said lo. ugV (8) in -avid i)locI.thirt).tvio (31),
as the ame is rcpreser rd upon the official map
of the siid city of 1 ombstone, said county and
I e-Ti.or, and appurtenances thereunto belong
ing loililic notice is hereby gncn that on Mondav,
the 23d day of heptLiiincr, I889, between the
hours of 9 a. m. and 4 p m., namely, a o clock
p. m , in front of the "-.henirs office in the city
of romr-stone. Cc.hi- courty, Aniona Terri
tory I ill -!i a 1 die r.gfit. title pad interest of
tin k1 Ward I'rkst in and to the above de-scnl-ed
prorty at public auction, to the high-
stand best lndi.tr for cah, law ml mency of
the United State,, to s-U'-f) 2id execution and
D..:! :I..s. ii.t juui iiay of Aitirust, I889.
J. II -.UXUGU I hR, .Shcnff.
liy 1 A. MIATTtCK, LndiTShcnSf.
THE GLOBE DRY ORE CONCEN
TRATOR will concsntrate 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.
Ijocation notices, Justices' Blanks, ap
tlicablc to the new Code, mining bonds
and deeds, and all blanks commonly "
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