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TOMBSTONE EPITAPH, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1S89.
TOMBSTONE DAILY EPITAPH
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING
MEEK &. MADERO.
Fourth Btrtet, between Fremont and Allec
Tombstone. Cochise County. Arizona.
tea Year (in advance) . io oo
Six months 6 oc
B .vered by Carriers for 35 cents per w eel..
BTtMDIKTHI KT OtrtCC CO0-CltM MkTTCR
THE DAILY EPITAPH IS
the only Daily Newspaper
published in Cochise coun
ty that takes a regular
telegraphic pre. report
mnd does not u-n "builcr
Is an interview published 111 the
New York Tribune, Major Powell ciu'f
a short statement of the result- of the
Kenate committee on irrigation. Ac
cording to tliis account much more
was accomplished than was generally
supposed by the public. He state
thtt the people in all -ection mani
fested a deep interest, which i- not
surprising, but taking into considera
tion the fact that the pro-perity of
such a large section i- entirely depend
ent on irrigation. He state-, al-o,
tliat the committee did not tind th.it
artesian wells were valuable for
irrigating purpo-es.eieept for gardens,
municipal and domestic purport.
The reason for this is not entirely
clear, as it would teem that water, no
matter how obtained, would be useful
lor irrigating lanns as well. Major
Powell also states that it i- the general
opinion of people in the arid lelt that
all land that can be made pioductive
by irrigating works be subject only to
homestead entry, and that the amount
be reduced to forty acr, or eighty at
the most. In this resj.ect, -o far as
Arizona is concerned, we think the
Major is mistaken. If the govern-'
ment intended to construct extensive
irrigating work this would be an ad
mirable plan, as by such a cour-c more
people would be able to pro .in- liomei.
Sut as the construction of these works
frill be left entirely to private enter-
priee, we think we do not misstate Mate Committet.- ha- invited the J!
public opinion in Arizona when we I publican State Committee to take part
state that it is the general feeling the
desert land law should be allow ed to
ktand. The report of the committee,
which is being prepared, will contain
a vast amount of interesting and accu
rate information on the subject they
investigated, and will probably be in
strumental in waking up the Eastern
people to a realization of the great
importance of the work in which Ma
jor Powell is engaged. Major Powell
aid he should ask Congrees for an
appropriation ef $850,000 to carry on
the werk, and that he hoped it would
It i rumored that Brewster Cam
eron, after the boomerang commenced
to recoil, went te Judge Barnes and
tried to impress upon the mind of the
latter that he (Cameron) was his
friend, and that the Judge's answer
was: "Well, may bo you are. You
aay you are, and if you say you are
you must be." Perhaps the Judge was
thinking of the further rumor that
Cameron had remarked a month ago
that he waa awaiting a chance to get
even with the Judge because of his
land-grant decisions being adverse to
WtS ""f A rawsPAPEK has been started at
j&jB; j Ouaymaa called "The Doctor Ox."
jgtiiB-i Suppose they intend to bellow and
mms mummM' i &. .3.. 1 i
EF m'l curv vosMwuur. uit unueu suues
THE OLD BOARD
Of Prison Commissioners Re
fuse 10 Step Down.
TROUBLE IN NOYASII.
Serious Illness oi Admiral Porter
FaUl Boiler Explosion
.fUMM-lTO TBI It.VII.V KI'ITM'H
Tllowv. Dakota, Oct. 7. -A stmiiii
1 lire-hint: engine exploded here thi-i
morning. Three men ww killed and
one fatally itijureil.
l.lmiral IViftr 111.
Nmvpokt, Oct. 7. Admiral Poster
i criiictilly ill at Jiune.-kmn. Hi- ill
no has already la-ted two mfc .md
ha- U'cii kept quiet.
The V (haisilnri'l I'li'iitit-s
I'ai:!-, Oct. 7. It i- ollieially an
nounced tlwt the new chamber of
doputie- is eompo-'-d of .1!2 Kepubli-can-
and SO.'i metnlier- of the opi-i-tion.
I'.o-to.s, Oct. 7 The delegates on
the "J'aii-American tour" left thi
moniiug for a vi-it to Lawrence and
Lowell. They return here later and
will continue their journey.
Hotd mi Ore.
Imia.si-ous. Oct. 7. The Hates
House ha.- l.en on fire for half an
hour. The llamc? are confined to the
in-ide. People are being rescued from
the upper storie- and windows by lad
ders. The fire is now under control.
a Ural) lialf.
I-o.M)o., Oct. 7. A terrific gale prevail-
throughout Great Hrittain and
Ireland. The gnle i- blowing with a
tremendous force in the Irish Channel.
large number of shipwreck- have
been reported. The telegraph wires
are down in many places.
Will lIoM a Jint .Itttiii,'.
Ito.-TOs, Oct. 7. The Democratic
in one or more public meetings at
which the Republican and Democratic
candidate- for Governors, Brackett
and Uii-scll, -hall jointly discus is--lies
as defined in their platforms.
death of an Actress.
New Hkloki, Ma-s., Oct. 7.
Madame Abertinc, the noted actres-s
died yesterday. She had a checkered
career. For a number of years she
hail :t company of her own on the
Pacific coast. She wa made blind by
colonial fever in Au-tralia and was
brought back to America on the
steamer Swatara of the l S. Navy in
The Ynuvh TronMev
Vi.-'!!Tov Oct 7. The State De
partment is in receipt of a partial re
Iort by V. G. Allen. United States
Consul to Kingston, Jamaica, of the
recent riots at .ovash. It agrees with
the press account already published,
and has in addition a letter from Mr.
Hensing, the spiritual adviser of the
lalorers, to the American Consul at
King-ton, Jamaica. The laborers de
clare that the whites fired on them
without provocation, and it was in de-fen-e
of their lives that they killed
some of their white losses. They say
they arc American citizens, 13. in
number, and wanted the Consul to ar
range for their transportation back to
First liaiu of the SejMni.
Sax Franci-co, Oct. 7 --'I le lirrt
rain of the season began falli ig here
shortly after midtiijilit uii i . 'Hitinued
till about eleven o'clock tin- Homing
'I lie iky is still overcast and there arc
indications of more nun tht- afternoon
llie DM Hoard !Ufut to Turu Our Hook
Vim. A. T., Oi
ISoaid met to-day. Of tl old iKwrtl
only Brady and Halleck wi i pre-ent.
Stevens was ab-ent. Thi- new loard
presented it- endential-, and an ofli
cial demand wa- made by it on the old
boaid to turn over the books and pa
pers connected therewith, which was
refu-ed until their claim was decided
bv 1 iw.
Juuie KiMtv 1'rr.iJin;.
Trc-o.s, Oct. 7 Judge Kibbey, of
the Second Judicial District, opened
court here this morning to try the
Wham robbery caes. The Marshal
not having the full venire present, the
impanelluigof the Cuitcd States grand
jury wa I'ontiuuod until to-monow at
1 .1. m Judge Barnes liu gone to
Florence for the purpo-e of holding
court there for Judge Kibbey
Twk rei-ort of the I'tah romim-ioii j
lecomniends that L't.ih Io not be ad
mitted ae h State, saying that if it
-hould be admitttl it would only be
a short time U'fore the Mormons
would drive all the gentile out of the
Territory. It will occur to a good
many people that if Arizona wait
many more year- to make application
for adims-ion the -amc objection will
be made in our can-. We cannot afl'ord
to run the ri-k
TiiEillustrat.d boom edition of the
Albiiiniir"ue Democrat has come to
hand It is a tine publication of six
teen large jKiges, profusely illu-trattd,
well printed, contains a large fund of
information and 1- a credit to the en
I .us p wJer re
OI ItUMIV. sireii T ill- v..,uics'I .::t-3
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ana c tinot be sold in cornpeti. 1. with the
multitude of low test, shrrt weight alum
or p!icsri ate puwder. Sold onlv 10 cms.
RIV.IL IIVKIMi f"'VIM K 1.1 , Mill " 411
St., N. Y.
Frc-h oyster- at the Can Can .
If you want to get fri-di tt U grijihic
(nf 1 grapevine) news, read the KriTirii.
The very finest cotlee at the Mai-on
Do you want to be happy, healtliv,
wealthy and wi-e? Drop into the
Pony Saloon and .isk Henry for some
of that tine old hand made So sh
Bourbon Whi-ky and Will and Hills'
Spring of 'SO. He also ha- 011 hand
Hermitage Hourbon, J. H. McHrayer
Bourlii, Hippy and Guekeiihciiner
Hyes all pure, straight old goods; to
gether with all kimls of imjxirted
Hrandies, Wines, Ales and Porters of
the most celebrated brands. His Cali
fornia Hraudy cannot be surpa-sed
anywhere. All kinds of fancy mixed
drinks a specialty; the Carman Key
West Cigar cannot be lieat, for the
money, in any place. St. loui- An
heuser llusch Lager Beer, ice cold, on
draught. Call and be convinced,
tf Henkv Campbell, Proprietor.
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a. 1:. mi:yt:u.
President and Trea
Es E &&&PU ElSS&fc.iSfei IV VI 11V
Branch Consolidated Kansas
CAPITAL, - - - $2,000,000.
rs of Gold Silver and Load Ores
AND FURNACE PRODUCTS
PRICES QUOTED ON APPLICATION.
GEO. D. POTTER, General Purehasinp
A Dig in the Rib1?
If on the right -ide and lower part of
the diaphiiigm, though playfully
meant and delivered, is calculated to
evoke profanity from a chappy wliosi
liver i- on of order. When that r
giou i -ore and conge-ted. jMikes
-com tieiuli-li. Look at a man's coun
tenance ere you prod him under the
lib-. If hi--kin and eyeballs have a
sallow tinge, you may infer al-o that
hi- tongue i- furred, hi- breath apt to
be sour, thtt he hao pain- not only In
neath hi- rib-, but also under the
rf , khuW(,rWlMl,,
Also, that bi
llow els are irregular and hi- dige-tiou
impaired In-tead of making a ino-e
demonstration n hi- rib-, recuuiiiuud
him to take, and eteadily jkt.-i-I m
taking, Ilostetter's Stomach Hilter
the fine-t anti-bilious and alterative
medicine extant. Iiuomparable i-it,
nl-o, for dy-spep-ia, rheumali-ii:, nerv-ou-ne
, kidney trouble, and iVver and
Thi old time and popular re-taurant .
still maintains its lMj-ition .1- a faior-
j tc, rl-1C(. foz. ollr citUens to regale I
, themselves on all the table delicacies,
which are prepurc-d in a toothsome
manner and served by polite and at-
I tentive waiteii-. This restaurant makes
J a specialty of broiled steaks and cut
lets, and imjiorts cotVco of extra qual
ity, thus being able to furni-h the be-t
1 cup of corbe obtainable in the city.
1 Fre-h fish every day, and an elegant
' cliicken dinner every sunday.
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
, Mrs. Winslnw's Soothing srup, for
children teething, u the yrescription o(
one of the test tcmale nurses and phy-
1 sicims ir. the United States and ha
been used lor over iortv veir-- with neve:
1 failing sue ce- n million of 1110. hers for
their chiHren. Durm; the t.rewes 01
' teething iti value is mc.ili u .ble. 1 1
relieves thechi! 1 of p tiicnr'-s d senterv
and di.ir.hoe.t.jjriping in the bowels, ant!
md colic. Hy 5ivim; he.tlih to the
child it gives rest to the mother. Price
2; cents, bottle ians6-iy
Whether on pleasure bent or busines-
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. should take en every trip a
1 Syrup of I- is, is it acts most pleasantly
I and erTertually n the kidneys, liver and
j bowels, preventing fevers, heidaches and
other forms of sickness. For sale in 50c
and5i.oobo;tle-by all leading lruggists
Mr. .Moore, the Po-t Master at Brad
shaw, Va.. after reading an a.lveit.-c-
ment of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy, concluded to
try a small liottle of it. He says: "1
Used it in two ca-es for colic and three
for diarrhea with perfect sati-faction.
Onedo-e gave relief in every ca-c but
one, that was a bad case of colic and
required the second dose. I have
handled a great deal oi patent i..(!:c:r.c
as agent and for my own Use. but never
tried any that gave as good results as
"Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhea Hemedy." For nale at 'X'
und .r) cents per bottle by H. J. Pcto.
A plain gold wedding ring, lietween
X.icosari and the old Xicholas ranch,
in Sonora, about fifteen days ago.
The owner can havo the same by call
ing on Henry Campbell, at the Pony
saloon, in this city, proving property
and paying for this advertisement.
Mr. "loerler has received a lot of the
seed of the esparsette-sainfoin, a forage
plant tl.-t is attracting 3 great deal ol
attention at the present time. It is
claimed to be especially adapted to drv
countries, and is said to be superior to
lucerne or aiiana.
K. S. TDWNE,
2d. Vice Prosidyut
City Smelting & Refining Co
H A. TRDI . Manager.
Cnml met the utce of the Blue Figtof
' .urn:, sj Uxanve and nutritious,
.r h the me4ii.inal virtues of plant
-.nrwii to be most bentficiil to the
unja ivj'etn.f rmmg the ONLY PER
FLCT RFMEDY to act gently jet
proirptly on the
KIDNEYS, LIVER AKD BOWELS
Cleanse the System Effectually,
HEALTH and STRENCTH
Naturally fallow. Every one it uiinp it
2nd all ar: delighted mih it. Ask your
drucgist ("t SYKLP OF FIGS. Manu
facture 1 only by the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO,
ft San rtArcico, Cl.
Loit'viLta, Kv Ni Von, N. Y
By virtue of an execution issued out of the
District Court ol the first Judicial Distnct, to
and lor ihe County 01 Cochise, Territory ot
Arizona to me dire ted and delivered on a
judgment rendered in said Court en the 15th day
oi May I889, n tavor ot G G Bri) and
gaint VarJ Priest wteitin 1 am commanded
to make the Mim of $203 damages with intciest
thereon trom (lite 01 judgment at the rate 01 3
per cent nrr 111 jriih tor sko balance at 7 jer
cent jr .tmetiii. unm piia, together ui:h hcr
ill's custs and accruing cost-.
I h ie tl is d 1) leud upon the fcllouiug de
scribed p'operlv. to-wit Lt.11.mrg aithe north
west comer of let no eifit (8 in block o.
thirt-tno (32), ai.d mcrir.i; thence east alonj
the no. th line of said lot a distance of thuty
30; feci, tf ence s nth at rij,tii ang'es eight (8)
ci; thci ct wrt I right angle eleven (II; lect,
thence scuthat right angi s thittetn (131 ftet;
thtr.ee west it ntjht ani;le-rve (j) ftet, :tr.ce
-outn at ruH angles to the south line of said
lut cilr. (8; fet; t.s.nce w-st along thr south
line 1 f said lot to tr.e west line thereof, thence
north alot g ti e s-id west line of Said lot to the
plice of Ugmniig. let' g the same piece ot
lani d-edrd to s,,nl I" test b Glover a: Kir.gs
Iprrv. who were the filler owners of the vihtle
of s.a j lot eight (3) in said block th.it-lwo ( jj),
vs the -ame is represented upon the ctnci.d map
of the 1 ud city of Tombstone, said couity and
Territory, and appurtenances thereunto belong
ing. l-abhc notice is hereby given tliat on Mondiy,
the ajd diy of epteruber, I8S9. between the
tlour of 9 a. m. and 4 p. rn , rumely. 2 o clock
p. m . in trcnt cf the -heruTs efhee, in the city
of Tombstone. Lochi e county. Amona Tern
tor). 1 will sell a 1 tl e r ht title and interest of
tin -aid Winl Priest in and to the above de
stnbed pioDerty at public auction to the high
est and Ix-st bidder fcr cash, lawiul money of
the United Slates, to satisfy said execution and
Dated this, the 30th diy of August. 1889.
j. 11 SLAUiillItK, bftenK.
' l!v K A. Miattlck. Under ihenff.
Wanted. Agents for the Economy
Fuel Kurner. Cheap and best of the kind
n the market. Address P. O. Box 583
THE GLOBE DRY ORE CONCEN
TRATOR wHl concentrate from 15 to
25 tons of galena ore per day, and of
light sulphurate from 7 to 15 tons.
For Particulars address
Room 117 Phelan BuL'ding,
San Francisco, CaL
Location notices, yustices1 Hanks, ap
plicable to the new Code, mining bonds
and deeds, and all blanks commonly iV
use, for sale at this office.
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