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TOMBSTONE EPITAPH, TUESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 19. iS9-
TOMBSTONE DAILY EPITAPH
PUBLISHED EVERY MORN1NC,
MEEK. &. MADERO.I
One Year (ir advance) .
Thr t months 3"
D .vered b) Camers (of 25 cents pa week.
THE DAILY EPITAPH ,S' anywhere. .Ml kind- of fnnoy mise.1 j
1 . . 'drinks a MieeiaUy ; the Carman Key,
the only Daily Xewspapcr Wr,t rir iMntwt , .,,. fw ,he
published in Cochise coun
ty that takes a reyular
telegraphic press report
and does riot itse "boiler
OrR dif patches this morning would j
Nm In confirm the new, pilMi-hed
Sundav morning, of the met. brow of I
the imperial government oi ISnuil
and the eitahli'.linienl of a rvnublic.
Dom Pedro, ihe depo-ed nioiiar.li,
been a wise and progr-ive ruler. and
the revolution is not again-t him. but '
against the itystem he represented.
Tlii i eo i demonstrated b tlie facl
that there i no hint .f violence beinp
attemptid on anv member of the im
perial family. Kor tlie p.i-t fifty ear
r more Brazil In- been an
nUnt among the republic of the new
world, and it wa "lib owipj; to the
vi(e and enlightened rule of the tie
poed emperor that hi- pivernment
hat stood for o many v ear-. Canada
u now the only vestige of the mo
narchical form of government left in
the new world, and the igne of tin
times point to either annexation to
the United Sute or ihee.-tabli-hmcnt
of an independent government. Can
ada nominally govern- hereelf, but i
in tbe aame relation toward the home
jovemment that the Territories are to
our government. Her governor is
appoirted from England, and her lav,---Ukewiae
have to be sent to England
for approval. As the Americans are
always restive and di-ati-iied under
Territorial government, we can appre
ciate the feelings of the Canadian,
and venture the as-ertion that they
will not eubmit to their prv-eul condi
tion many year, longer.
oil and air of the netv nor'd ire not
congenial to thw growth of the doe-
trine of the divine right of king.
From a gentleman well and favora
bly known in Totnbtone, who ha ju-t
returned from a trip to Tucson, it is
learned that an attempt was made by
a few disgruntled politicians to get up
a bar meeting lo condemn Judge Sloan.
General Thomas F. Wilson was ap
proached, it being thought that lie
cause he was an URnuccesful candi
date for the position he would be a
party to the scheme. Rut he declined
haying anything to do with it, aying
that he had no ill feeling against
Judge Sloan because he got the posi -
tion instead of himself: that he was
entirely tf.fiI with the new judge,
tnew that he would prove to be the
right man in the right place, and in'
atead of throwing anything in his way
would aaaiat him in any way he could.
For all of which the Daily Epitaph,
being a friend of Judge Sloan, know-
ini; him to be an honorable gentleman
and a aian who will grace the poitiou
be occupiei, takes off its hat to Mr.
It is pleasant to lie able to make
Mte of the fact that the Florence
Enterprise has given fresh evidence of
prosperity by again enlarging the
second time aiace ita acquisition by
tha Messrs. Brown. Il is now a
handsome paper of thirty-six columns,
and by long odds the best weekly pa
per is Arizona.
Do you waul to be happy, healthy,
wealthy and wise? Drop into tlio
Pony Saloon and ask Henry foi hjiiim
of that lino old hand made So h
Bourbon Whisky and Wil and Hill
- N'riuguI W Hf al-o ha on hand
Hermitage Bourbon. J. H. MeBruyer
RourUm, Hippy " Guekenheimer
Rye nil pure, rtrtught old goods , to
gether with all kind of imported
Brumlie, Wines, Aloe and Porter- of
the most celebrated brands. Hi (Cali
fornia Brandy itsnnot be iirn-sed
ini'tii - i . m n pUr .-i. Umi An-(
limner ISiim-Ii Ijt ISn-T. ice cold. n
. -i .-.ii 1 1. :.....i !
1 1( Hknki C'auik,lu PruprieUH
llarriv. thr Tailr.
And imtetiud miter. Nobby -n.ts
ami punt a specialty.
My will i good, iiiv work i just.
u-e von well, but i-k wi .m-t.
Allen street. Tomb-tone, Anwfii.
i IK".-.., I'-Vlu-tMrtn se. irfi.er J2 la
ha-,,,,,, ,ru,,,m , -t:. ,, u I.,,,,,, ,. ,hr
'. ..siniujliuins i.n...
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1 1 i o. A-iiotw, .-v-rtci''r J I't - )
STrt.i.. w Kr4iu tivti thai in iH.is.Hf at
j, tT jax UiW tturtt-tvo. ui tl- Keuved
-tatut-s o: the l. intra 5M!t. r rvnk,
wbosr iiosioffit-e addles i Ioubiuii-. o-
ihi-e fount;, Anions, cluming the lxngtel.o
nimr. o' vn of max-ral Deal in; -roia . vi er
oltiei uieul. i)'0 aid beuj; ntuie4i utt'in
thf 1 oitlone Mminr P:tnct. cuun-.y of i Q-
chise inil lerntorj of Armwia, t alie.t to
oLike a:iiiCilKH lo th Unaiil Male ict a
pneat toihesaU liigiello mi-. luvh u
mar- lullv dtsciit'nl a loinetrs oij ! tour is
m the cxiiaal pUt and ft.-ld not-of the ur-
thereof. iio on hie n trie o!nce ot tut Kegi-ter
the I . Land Ofnc at 1 ucson Arui.iu,
uhich ti -Id notes of ure icscriUr thelreun
dines and extent of sakl claim on the surface
ith m-tgnetic variation at u43'eit, as lot
Commenang at tbe initial monument, near
the center of cUim. a 414 men P04' milked I .V
Lonfe.Io M C No 1, from bich U . M V
No 2 bears N 51" at' V 2xf ft distant, thenct
N 75, 10 E 455 ft to a 4 inch post narked I- M
C .V) 2 thence q 50' E 263 2 ft to a 4-mch
pest marked 1. M C No 3; J.ence N 83 iV
890 It toa 4'incn poi mariceu 1.1.04:
tnence N 9" 50' W 233.5 ft toa 4-mt.h cost
marked I. M C No 5: thence N 75 40' t E6; fi
10 a 4-inch post marked L M C o o. thjnce
9' 50' i; 261 7 ft to a 4-inch post marled L M C
No 2. and jrtace of beginning urve of exteno-
une. t.oriLi:r::5 e 70 ?"-
The Slid mining claim being of record in the
office of the recorder of Cochise count . Atiioti
!erntor. at Tombstone, in the count) aac
Tcmtory aforesaid, and previmed generil
course or direction of the said Iyngfcliow vein
lode or mineral deposit, being shown upon iht
pUt and posted herewith, as near s can be de
termined from present "developments. Tt.ti
claim is for eujht hundicd and stt-five linear
tret thereof, together uh surface ground
hown upon the oficial plat p-sted
herewith, the said ve.n, lode or mini g
prrnucs hereby sought to be pitrnted
being bounded as foilos, to-it X. pon
trie south bv the Knoxmbe M C, lot No 122. jne
upon the northoeit by the Lucknoi M C
No35.theaKl Lum being d-,srgnatd as f-ot
No 20S m tbe official plat posted rereith Aud
any a-d UI protis claani'g ar'ersly tin-
1 ""'"! Croand. ve-n, l&1e. p-eiiTises or an
oortion thereof, so desenbed. sorvevd uUf.ed
si' ipplied tor. ate heieWnptSed tht nn'es
n-ir a ivrrse ciauti- are duly nled iccordmg to
vwandthe reguutions t ier-und-r. within tb-
nme pre.nieu ny , im inc i-x'- c 01 m
U S. Land Ofiice at Tucson, Anion, tbev
iP b Kirred in virtu" of tbe provisions of siid
Anl it i hretiy ordered tlat ih s iKtiw
; T ..l'-d for ten fio coi vetu'i.e ek
in th-- lom'Atone ''vilv Kpitakh 1 n-ws-pn-r
pjb 1 h-d it Tombstone, Co 1 ise co mty
lemtory of spuria
Dated this 20th dav of '-epte-nber. 1RS9.
MM L..:!IF.L rr.prirf.ir.
First Class Hotel in Every Respect
FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT.
choice Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Livery Stable in Connection, i
FAIRBANK, - ARIZONA.
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing syrup, for
children teething, is the prescripts ol
one of the best female nurses and phy-
sirians in the United States and has
; been usea for over forty sears with never
I failing success by millions ol mothers for
their children. During the process oi
teething its value is incalcuable. It
relieves the child of pain, cures dysentery
and diarrhoea, griping in the bowels, and
vind colic. By gtvint; health to the
child it gives rest to the mother. Price
52 cents a bottlr jan2&-ly
Tlie Can' Can restaurant had the
finest varieties of ish freab every lay.
. Wanted. Agents for the Economy
Fnl Riirnr. ChMn anrl rrt of the kind
n the market. Addreas P. O. Box 583
Made to the Republic in
UNCLE SAM'S NEW SQUADRON
JJceUlig of the Pan-Am- 'Tl CoMgnGS
pi,- ... u..,...J.J
0ne Chinaman Vw-Tid and
SPfXULTOTHK I'Air.l EJMTAt'H
Tlie .min ('milfrtwt.
"a.!iingto., Nov. 1. Tlie Ameri
can Conference met at nooii.. Secretary
lll.tine prejidinp. The I'.razilian del
egate were the only mutable abgentie
The entire -ei-ion devotoil to
buine of organization. Ad;mirned
Rio J vskiro, Nov l. The trovorn
ment li:i-unnouni in! thai it will tirtnlv
maintain order. It i- preparing a
circular to foreign go enimenl- rela
tive to the overthrow of the Empire,
which will be telegraphed to them
through the lirazilian repre-ojitativer
The province of I'asctt has j-ignirieil
it adherence to the reHiblic. New
from other province chows they are
al-o in favor of a republic if it can
form a government.
Thf Empfror and Fauiih Will Iaiw.
Loxdox, Nov. IS Dispatches re
ceived here thi a'ternoon from Rio
Janeiro reiterate the statement tha j
the proclamation of the republic me
with no opjosition. People everv
where are so much uborlod in the
new order of thing politically, thai
business is at ;i complete standstill.
There i said to be considerable niv
tery at Rio Janeiro in regard to the
departure of the Emperor and family.
It is a-serted in some quarter- that he
has not vet left the country but will
leave foon on a British mail steamer
Jlnrilfrnl for his .Imi-V.
S.lN Kk.iNCIsCO, No. IS. Pan Onrp.
wlio owns an interest in a p nernl
merchan li-e .-.ore in l' C!iiuee
(pi ir'.T. w-i murdorwl 'rlv i!'t r n-
t ing bran unknown a.sNiin wi . --
c:j"I after stealinca -eU in' -.i n:
aKiiif itio!. The murdered C'h.n i'i vn
occupied a rfoin in (4m? r..r -f he.
f'.,n- atwl the t:d Usly a- founil '
there by one of Iiiu partner thiji 1
morning. Tli" ai a fpsht''!) gafi
:;cro the it-Vtnieii and the K..lv pre
sinted n horriW' appeaxaisre. I: is .
stipjo-isl that rolJjry wa he d 1
catp-e for the crime. Tbe plke bae '
n elm- lo the mnnlerer.
Minimi Warfcrr M Sfutox.
Xnw Yokk. Nil. IS f.ud 1.
I'ltr 'i mnnfiii. wftins ot numiM"
; lml!. mi(Jwikebief. and -.,. er- ..r
.. . , . , ,. ..
a-C lllilll 1 - IT" I 1 ' ( "" l r '
and lit i-piadron ooniHfi-ing ;!ie -i ,ps
Chii'ago. I5o-ton, U1ii!h an.l York
town with bunting Hying ami in the
all gay panoply of war, .-ailed mj''-t-ically
from North IIier ehortly Ix'forc
noon to-day. Accompany ini; the men-of-war
wa the Dolphin whirh wint a
far a-Sandy Hook, hiving .n 1-o.ird
as pa-enger "fcretary of War Proctor,
evCongrenian Ka-on. Congres-men
HerWrt, lluk, Elliott an-l others.)
Just as the barge left the .dock ex
Si-erelary Whitney arrival imd the
barge returnM to the dock after him.
In honor of hi arrival Admiral
Walker onlered a salute of 10 guns,
anJ P"in& bclwwn ,I,e Uo,I,,,in and
Atlanta led the way.
Crailiau Sfcuriiits Fall.
London, Nov. IS. Brazilian secur
ities full " it cent to-day. It is dif
ficult to effect transactions.
IJs, Nov. IS.
Minneapolis. Nov. is. The jury in
the Colliiin forgery ca-e, came in to
1 ilay having Ihjii out since Saturday
1 night, and iiiinouirxed being unable
The Judge sent them hack.
Mk HwrJ From Hnui!.
Wawii.notox, Nov. IS. Nothinc
had Wen HWeived at tlie Stnte Depart
ment to-day concerning the revolution
in Rrxil. Th failure to receive ad-
j ditionttl informal) n led.i tlie offioisl
to think the cable have been ei;ed.
Fall r Hop.
?N JosR, i"al Nov. IS. (Jhung
Hint; vrlio vva to be beulenced to-day
for inunior in first degree, was found
in his cell this morning insetiMble
from tlie effect. of opium. He will
mg a y lanes, m. d-iintueit, in ,' , -.iiid
Huns Into a Land Midt. " ( lomnstoae, and a .tnpn t.t h
Iproprriv upon wrw.li shli las.1 1 vr, to
gether with ihe wnonm of snrh d itq m u
. tod the oot and peKenMjrt lor tbe . ar JeRo:
guiiiv; Ye-i mi; 1 t-mwt 4111a lua-l
ran into a hind slide near Ressenier
la-t night The engine and baggage
car were wricked and fireman John
(nod fatally injured. The ingineer is
btidly hurt. Had the onuine fallen to
the right instead of tlie left, tho entire
train with it load of 2u0 soul would
have gone down a bank one hundred
The Chamber of Torture.
T .1 (tin iin4hiuiil ti-t iil.;l. .! nn
AC IIIV 1 r. klllVllk IW fll.l UiV fill
happy rtillerer from inflammatory
rheiimati-m i- conlitifd. If, ere the
crii of piiu i- reiched, that fine
preventive, Ho-tetter' tomach Bit
ter, i" used by person of a rheumatic
tendency, much unnecessary 'uirering
i aoided. Nervine-, anoilyne and
sedative,-, while having none but a
-pt-cific etrict, are yet very desirable at
time-. Yc: can they produce no Ifi-t-ing
etu.ct ujion rheumatism. lK.-cause
they have no power to eliminate from
the blood the rheumatic virus. Ho-tetter'-
Stomach Hitters doe thi, and
checks at the outset a disea-e which,
if allowed to g-iin headway, it i next
to impo ible to di-lodge or to do more
than relieve. i:iieuuiatim, it -houltl
j i. riMm-mb-red, i- .1 di-ease with a
fatal tendency from it- pronene. to
! attack the he irl. A re-ort to the Rit-
Crs -lndd, there.ore. be nromnt.
Dvmmmmi.i ki '. e ..ti.i.l lint, malaria
" , .
aiei nrr.uu-i. -..n nn. ven oy 11
;C i m
Conbmesthi uie cf the Blue Figs of
Calitomn, so :ative and natrmoui.
, , j . r ,
virh ihe medicinal irtucs of plants
.nnni tn n mr rSrrhfTI tr thi
rCCT REMEDY to act
i promctiy on tr.e
KIDNEYS. LIVER AND BOWELS
f11MMh..iL. C.i... rffKi...ll..
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Naturally follow. Every one is uing it
and all ire delighted wi.h it. Ask your
druggist for SYKL'P OK FIGS. Manu
factured only by the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO,
San Fkancisco, CtL. '
Lovkvuxi. Kv. Km Yoac, N. V
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The verv finest coffee at the Maison
NesbitV poultry powder and Forrest
cholera cure for chickens. For rale at
Harris, the tailor, has received a
large stock of fall and winter goods of
1 the latest patterns. tf
' Hrr -A Tr-AJ'-OS
Skating Carnival !
Thanksgiving Evening, November 28,
T T! f " -
Doors open ;it 7 :.'!().
Grand Marc-h Mt &.M.
S3r Satin. Lveo Muii 4", li, ,
day ana J-diurda ivtni..gc aud$.t :
Of Taxes in the i oi iim -stone,
Count.. f (.'ol. , . .
T.. lor the Vi:ar ltohy.
The follO'WU' is a ccrr.it Ust vt r-i ow-
AUm n ,, , ,6 b cni 3.?. $lo. ll1
1 tiX a-1,1,,7'.--; ,;.
1 Uovnton J. C. kt 7. I !.'k 8.
aro.emeiil-, tO; total .ix awt i.-.' .
lUlts j C, lot 3. b ock i. 11 d 111 piote
nienf, $100, total I ind 00M
iiotncich I , lot 2 UCk-k 25, .arc. nu.r.vc.
ments. $75; toul ux and c"st..
Ikigg .. lot 13 in botk 49 :m) int.
jro.en.tr.ts. $175: lot it in bk,ik 3J.
and improements $6o, peinal
proprlv, $2,700. toul. $.3,475; Iffd
lav and cot. . .. ....
Cobn R. lot 1 in block 6 and improw-
inents. Ji.oco; toul u and com . .. IJ 75
Fre) Henry, lot 14 in block 15, and im
provement'.. $50; pTfon.li proptriy.
25: total ."-75. toul ta anil cost t 12
Hed Gu-, inipr. vemn ts on insr part of
lr t 22 in bUck 20. J200; total x aw!
jkv. it I ots 7 and 8. in bk k c.7.
and imps 54 V: lots I3 hikI I4 in block
71, and mi(j5. 5:0; toul, S300; total
u-s and c-t... 7 f7
Nigro I'a-qtul. w st I alf lot 13. block 20.
and imps J50. lots 12 I4. 1;. 16. 17,
block 20 .ind imps $1 700 lots 13 14.
15 and 22, block 21. aid imp-, $65. ;
lot 8, LIK.k 6, and imp-. $175. 1. 1 20,
block 15, an t ini, s 5100, kls t8 . nd
19. block 36. S50. Iota 3 an. 4 ock 6,
and imps. 150, lot 7, blcck 20. .nd
imp-.. 534.0, lois 5 and 6 bkxk 20, and
nips. S2CO- peoonl p-rprt), $.,i;5.
total, $5,coo. total tax in' cost ... 73 7
Old Gurd Mining Co Old Guud mi r,
lo acres. $:o; Uid t,uu mm. 30,1., ;
pergonal property, $730, t tal o i.
toul tax and cos: . 13
Keiley J imrs. lot 13. block 15. $50; north
30 feet of lots 14, 15 ar.o t6, block 16.
and nips. ?l3o; lot 4 Hovk I7 ami
and imps. $5U- lot 8 and 9 cr 'Jo and
31, block 47, and imp, 170; lot I7 in
b!w.k 16. ar-il imps, sjioo, person 1
proK:rt, 8480; total, soso; tout tas.
and cost- 15 43
Ritchie Win. south part of lots 8. 9 acid
id, block 18 and imp. St coo; ti Hi
tax and costs 15
Morm fc lot 9, block 16 an.l une..
.? 150, totat lax and co4 237
-ci.ater A r, lot 17. b ock 40 and imp ,
$100; personal .ropirt,. 550; lOtJ SI50;
i stun.p Mr Mary El. Its i,ar,dui-i
" block 77. andtii.ps, $,. prson-lpiop-
tol-I tax and co-t 237
rrtv. Sv ; total. S-ioo; tola la ana oat 6 y
I Stanton Mrs C , iuts i. 2 and 24, M.cJc
I ;ja d mips. 5400; a tx nd cnt. 30
1 Thtrvile , lo 20, Ucck 37, o; ioul
1 tax and est 79
No ice ip hreb nrn th. t I, uc sl Tax
ColK-k, or, uii a j i t th- D 're: rurt etd
in and lor lre.'i coin(y o v.ch, aa ihe
ntxt iefej' ' t m ir f n 1 - y tV- Xuou-e-
term o; h iuoutj .mj i tr. fcrs-ay
of -mid tem.KrW, Nr fcr 1 - :S ,, of r5
! soo.. iirta tr as cot n tl ci i f ud, r
juJgnwtit ak.r nt trie riinii eil n !'
j unal j.r-pCTlv oat ibr ! .n it . 'o
for s id tr2t.' . costs nd aDt-re W 1
I rtr to t II t.ir krn r for ih -al t ci-
nd n tic is te cbj 4!- Kllvn lu
J Mond J next ucceerjir.g thctiiJ d-y
Iju s r the coi 1mt.n1.t-nn n 4 -ik) Vi 1
c iu t thr lud. naJ f ute iri per - i"' f it
or h le o th ,in o cr I (
will re rvil t- pi - s.T.1 at it ' ty
in ujn 1 1 to th imou. t w u( s ltJ
and cost- rue thtfon.
Witres my rui d ihis ulri d v "Ktc ci
JD,188 , ,
and t jr tee City o! 1 1.
;-CMncto iix t ctof
mbstne .1 I
' SANTOS ARtiS
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wvti im?w i """-" )
ita L. h- I l- 5 nm
of work p-ir.m.u- loh.s tr,,..-
peci ilty alo of
Sign & House Painting;.
I'nper limiting: Nenfl. Iim.
SHOP CORSES OF TIHKIl .1! TOl'filUtT.
WM. C. STAEHLE,
A TTORNEV AND COUNSELOR AT
J J. Law. Office Allen street. Iieteei Fourth
1 I and Fifih, Tombstone, Arizona.
Timothv seed, fresh at Hoefier's
' he'h",0n p,easurc Unl or T"
1 ehrtllM 4b rAva . A UaiIa aI
1 jiiuuiu dim. vn tti) lit. UUlilC IJI
Syrup of Fig, as it acts most pleasantly
"" - r .,, . u
WrJCis, (JICVCIUMJ IOCIS, lifUtUtii.IlC5 dU
other forms of sickness. For sale in 50c
and Sl.co bottles by all leading druggists.