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TOMBSTONE EPITAPH, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1SS9.
TOMBSTONE DAILY EPITAPH
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNINO
MEEK &. (VlADERO.
fourth 8trt, between Premont and Alles
Tonkatosa. Cochise Coanlv. Arizona.
One Year (in ajmcr) jio
Six months 6 c.
Tht - months 30
D .vered by Carriers for 25 cents per week.
l.TfMa hi tmc roiT orrxt f coss-ci.tt maitcr.
THE DAILY EPITAPH IS
the only Daily Newspaper
published in Cochise coun
ty that takes a reyulnr
telegraphic pre report
and does not use "boiler
An the Wliiim tri.i! .mgu 1 the
more certain doo it .IJ"r 1l1.it tin
right luen are in fit toil-.
IsformitIov comes from Tiic-on to
the ellect that, .is fjr as the '-.lamination
ha jirogre-sed into the itll'.iir- of
the office of Iici-ener of Public Mon
eys, Fred V. Smith i- fl.MMUM) -h..rt
iu hi account1. Will the Tiicm.ii va
lient please give u- outside b.trluriitn
Alkpauy tin- first muttcrinc of i'ext
vear's political camjiaign are heard.
One Phenix jiajwr wants better mon
elected to the next Iegi-Uture, and the
other make- a jilea for ballot reform.
Hut the talk and endeavor f all the
iiewrjaper in the world will have no
effect unless the projiertv-owiiing cl.u-
cau be Btirreil uji to taking a more act
ive interest in jxjlitics.
Vox come- out from behind hi div
yuii-e and has another lunc communi
cation in the Tucson Htar nUiut liij;h
Usee in Cochise county. Mr. tinier,
who live in Pima county, i sad be
cause tuxe. arc k liijjh in C'ochie,-uid
intimate that our preent Hoard of
8uperiot, instead of U-iii- knates,
aa he clas-ven some former 1-oanN. are
plain, vimjile, unndorneii fin,!-. The
Daily Epitai-m will not di-cu tltii
latter prnjoition with Mr liruee. a
he hru the rejiut.it ion of ln-iii-; r.iJhT
clever, and ue iiuht get uor!ul in:
the argument, which would 1-e bal
both for us and the gentlemen com- 1
prising the present board. .Mr. Hruce, I
who i a menilx-r of a large cattle
liim.otiplit not In "LirL" i..in.iiiK- I
aa it is uotorio,I9 that cattle men. aa '
rule, do notuhe in more than M jvtr '
cent of their stock. If thev would l-e ,
honeat in giving return, to the ac. .
or taxes would be lighter all around. J
For this reaon we .to not think .1 pro-'
test about high taxes comes with very
good grace from .Mr. liruee. Another '
reason for hie di;-jatiefaction, we are
. , ,...,., . , , '
informed, is that the Board of Sutver-
tisors refused to build a bridge he
wanted somewhere on his land grant. I
And, above all. if citizensowning prop- J
erty, many of whom think it Wneath
them, would pay more attention to
politics the risk of getting either fools
or knaves in office would le greatly
Thomas Delaney will enlarge jiho
tographs, do sketches and sign paint
ing at reasonable rates. Ieave orders
st the Daily EriTArn office.
.'to to Wolcott's for good goods at
the lowest prices.
A plain gold wedding ring, tetween
Naeoaari and the old Nicholas ranch,
in Bonora, about fifteen days ago.
The owner can have the same bv call
ing on Henry Campbell, at the Pony
saloon, in this city, proving property
Mid paying for this advertisement.
Tliis old time and pojiular restaurant
still maintains its josition as a favor
te jilace for our citizens to resale
theuisel-c-t on all the table delicacies,
which aie pn'iwred in 11 toothsomu
manner and served hy Hlitc mid at
tentive waiters. This restaurant maker
a cjH.-ci.tlty of broiled steak, and cut
lets, and imjHirtK colfce of extra ijual
ity. thus being able to furnish the best
flip of coll', e obtainable, in the city.
Fresh li-h cverv d.iv, and an elegant
chicken dinner every Sunday.
lljrrt-. tlir Tailur.
And jinicticid cutler N.'l.l.v -nits
and (.int- 11 sei i:ill
Mv -a ill i- g nl, my work i- jiist,
1 live wm well, but .itk ni tru-t.
Allen -tteet. Tombstone. Arizona.
(tir-t lu!ilaM:H -pirrnV :i. litq
t i'lruil..i f?l ! u lair.i ihr
L..Mlllll" UililMS llm.
II , Arizona, "H-ptenitei 2... tSo J
Notice- is n- rt! given itMt 111 pursuance ct
ctupter six tale thirty-two, of tW kev.ed
Matutes of the L'nitii Mates. V. P Hot k,
whose po.tortice address 1- 'I oinbM'tnr. o
dusr count). Anion.,, claiming tlie I rit m
nu&c, or vein of mineral, bejrini; soi4 or v 9T
or othr iimh1. lmi; jml l.ini; niuu-d Htthtri
ihe loni'Moie Mininr tiitrH;t. cour.ty of ' o
cfat"' lori Iirntor of Antwu, is al'i: u
niilc ipplualKsn to thr Umtnt ulr lor 1
rXtrrit to th s-wd lxriffirlk mint-, mnich is
roort- lull) dt-tcrH! . toirwlet. Aiid ljir J
tv UV omnai plat and rwW riou-s 01 the Mmrv
Uwrcof. no on rile in ihe otk ot tbr ktKlst-
ol th L". J- l-ami (Jttio t Tiksoq Aruoiu.
bKii fjtdnctps of siirbcv imcnb- tb t--a
djnet and eMrotof said chum 011 the mrM-
Aitb magnetic vnntjon .it 11" 43' fat, I A
low. to wit
Corumrbci&K; .it tlv iiuimI monunw-ut, nt-r
ilvr i-nter ot cUjni. a 4x4 inch rx.t m-irKvd I
to:f-iio M I N'o 1. tn-ni vihi h V M M
'o 7 lc-r V 51 ' 2' r 2uyv It di-Unt. th-ie
-y ic I. 43 ft to a 4-incli Mitt nurkeu 1. M
-J N) 3 ihetKr " o" 50' '- 263 2 ft to a 4-in n
:cit iiuiki-d 1. l C No j: .ht-no-- N 8C 1 V
.1 tt to a 4 imh Kit milked LMf No4J
tacntc N 90 '50 W 233.5 It to 1 4'inch post
iiiarrd I. M C No 5, "thrnrc N 75 40' E 865 ft
10 a 4 -inch iwst uutik--d L M C No 6. thence s
q 50' K 261 7 ft to a 4-incfi jot marked LMC
.so 2, ana iuoe 01 Iwmnmj; surve) 01 cxlenor
lines. Conlatnins 6 70 acres.
"The said mimnc cUim bani; of record in the
othce of the recorder of Cochin cxmntv. Arizona
Temtor. at Tombstone, .n the county and
Temtor) afore&od, and presun.ed yenerd
cour-e or direction 01 the said 1-onElelIow ein.
lode or mineral deosit. bein; shovic un the
plat and posted herewith, as ncr as can cc de
termined from present developments. This
claim is for eu-ht hundred and sixty-fiie linear
feet thereof. togetlKT with surface -round
l-ho-in upon the ofhctal ptat posted
hereviith, the said sein, lode or minirg
prtmises hereby sought to lie patented
'heins bounded as follows, lo-wit Upon
the south by the Knoxvilie M C, lot No 122, am
upon th norihwiest In trie Lnckno .M t.
o 56. the said ( laim leing designatrtl as Iot
No 208 in Iheotiicial plat posted bcrevmh At.d
any and all persons cUimiog adiervly the
mining rround, vein, lode, premises or any
portion thereof, so desenbed, surveyed, platted
and applied for. are herebv notified thai unless
their adverse claims are duly tiled according to
lairandlhe regulations thereunder, within the
time presenbed by law, with the Register of the
U. a. l.and Ultioe at 1 ucson, Arizona, they
will be tarred :n virtue of the provisions of aid
And it is hereby ordered that this notice
be published for ten 110) consecutive Hecks
in the lomwtone iiailv triTAPii, a news
paper published at Tombstone, Cochise county
Trintory of Arizona
D-ited this 20th day of -Vptember, 1R89.
MEKRF.KT I.KOWN. Kegut-r.
Li:0Y LtClilLT. I'reprittor.
& CIaSS HteJJi ReSPeCt'
FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT.
,. , . ,
lUrroom supphea with
choice Foreign and Domestic Liquors.
Livery Stable in Connection.
FAIRBANK, - ARIZONA.
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
Mrs. Wtnslow's Soothing svrup, for
cmIdren teetninf., JS the prescript.on of
one of the best female nurses and phy-
sicians in the United States and has
been used lor over torty years with never
failing success by millions of mothers for
their children. During the process 01
teething its value is incalcuab.e. It
relieves the child of piin, cures dysentery
and diarrhoea, griping in the bowels, and
wind colic. Hy giving health to the
child it gives rest to the mother. Price
;2 cents a bottle jan26-ly
The Can Can restaurant has the
finest varieties of ish fresL every day.
Wanted. Agents for the Economy
Fuel Burner. Cheap and best ol the kind
n the market. Address P. O. Box 583
Fresh fish and fresh oysters every
day at the Alaison Dore.
The very finest coffee at the Maison
Trash buttermilk at the Can Can.
Acres of Land Tlirotfn Open
FATAL FIRE IN A MINE
Contradictory Reports About an Afri
can Kiploriug Exped :i
Corn for Fu
SI-kTIAI. TO TIIK. HMI.V 1 ITAI'll
Corn fiir I'url.
JIiAtVATiM, Kan., N'ov. 2'.i. Pani
ilii' in this vicinity are lMirning corn
for fuel finding it cheaper than oal.
The Ouniii Trial.
Cilir.ti.o. N"o. 2.'i The Cumin e-e
wm adjournal till Monday without
further evidence being taken. The
deiVnce will close Muuduv.
Xkiv Yohk, Xov. 23. Mr-. South
worth, who murdered Peters veierdy
-pent a very re-tle night in her coll.
Thi.- morning there vva- a flight im
jirovement in her condition.
Thr lleLKoii lirrttor.
IJo-ton, Nov. 23. The Atchi-oii
lni.ird of director- unanimou-ly de
eiibti ujoti the ell'ective plan- of re
organization, the majority of the Imnil
bavins; lieen a'-i'iited both in IIuroiH1
Thfj Will Stttlf in Tall.
New Yohk, Nov. 23. Sanger A-Well-,
cotlee dealer-, askel tor an ex
tension of their liabilitie- of .300,O()
to only nominal a ets. The firm
jiroiKt-e to -ettle in full within twelve
or tii:h teen month''' time.
('one la lli lltft Koiitf.
PETEK'-iiflio, Va., Nov. -J3. i'land,
the negro who a laultcd the daughter
of Dr. I.ee, l.'nited Slate- in.-jwetor of
timber in Alaska, at Di-putante, miir
here, vva- taken from jail thi- morning
J.imO.WK) .Urcs or Ijd.1 Ojirn lor Sfttlemnit.
Minxe-otv, Nov. 23 The work of
the Chijijvevvay Indian Commi-i-ion is
jirartically lini-hcd and ha- liven en
tirely -ucce-sful. Thi- -e-ure the
ojnniitgof four inillf'tt wiew of land
in .-ntli lliniit-i'.Ta ! s.-Mii-n-i ni.
Ili-I'l a '3iim.
Hi 1 1 s v, Mont., Nov. 23 A m-n us
01 the l!ejire-entiitii in lilh llon-ea
of the I.egNIuiure, vva held thi- inorn
ilisr and lit eiih-1 to -tick to ttieerti-fi.-.ite-of
the Stale tioar.!. V.'ilter, of
tii-av-er 1 i .!. I . w- inmin.'iteI for
Sjx-aker. The Democratic canon- is
bein;; held with closed di,or-.
V .V..IW H.lliu:r.
Nr.VAiv, (al.. Nov. 23. li; .1 sud
den ri-e in Deer Creek tin-afternoon,
the trestle -upjiorliiii; tlie biir ii.e
c rrvini; water for motive jiurjKi-e- to
the I'roviilenee mining work-, ha-i
been -vvejit away for a -jn-e "f sixty
feet. All work in the mine- i.- -iis-jendel.
lj. to the co njktiiy, ?5.(HiO.
TawN (Iir Ifronaul llrnpv Itiin Ifcr Orfan.
Sv.v Fnvxc-l-t-o, Nov. 2:i. The
ocean -teamer el.mdia arnveil from
.Svdnev and Aucklanil via Honolulu at
noon today. She rejiorte that 3 who
wa entering hnrlK)r at Honolulu on
XovemW lfitii, Prof. Van Ta-ell, the
ballooni-t, made an ascension from
shore and dropiod from the halliton in
a parachute. He fell into the ocean
about two miles from shore and one
mile from the steamer. He was seen
110 more and it i .uppocd he was
eaten by sharks. Van Ta ell left .-an
Francisco a few weeks ago for Hono
lulu, where he expected to give an exhibition.
Au lrii:jn )Utim4.
PiifceVJTr, A. T., Nov. 23. -shcritl
O'.Veill receivetl word to-day from
a Dejmty I'. S. Marshal at Mueeagce,
1 ml. Ty., of the recent murder there
of David ('. Steadinan, a former well
known reidnt of California and
7iii:i. Me.Klman left here in July for I
I 11 !..!...,., ..III. IV 11
'"..,IMllli. Ill IVIIIIjl.lU. Itllll If, II. I
Alexander, cob ired, whoi? undfr ar-re-it
.1 bl Sulliran S.ttv.
lio-K.N', Nov. 23. Sullivan said to.
day regarding the statement that the'
Sun Jo-e Athletic Club had ollWed !
him fl.".,(MW for a light to a linisli ,
with .lack-on, that the only thing he
knew .if it imj iieri-sn itwr lorie :
suiiivat, further .aid he wa, -in for !
btisiue-." Any U.na iide oll'er accord-
ing to hi-publi-hed term-, would be,
Tlic tii Mfauivhiiitliina FtiuinlfrJ.
New You k, Nov. 23. CJeorge Gould,
jire-ident of the Pacific -Mail Steam -
hiji Comjuinv. received a cable from
I.ondon to-day staling that the new
-...,.-.,. v.iuia nan Kuue aSrouu.i 111 ,
the harlior of Yokohama. She wa
Uitind for San Krnnei-co and had on
lvoard a nunilier of a-enge.r.- and a
valuable cargo. Ttie ve el wa- valued
at l(Hi.(iO dollars-.
Fire in a 'm.
San Fc.vscisco, Nov. 23. An Kx
ainiuci -jieci.l from Butte jays
caught this morning in a cross-cut on
the five hundred foot level of the St.
.awrence mine, and a drift is blowing
into the Anaconda workings. Great
volume- of -moke are is-uiug from
the Anaconda -haft. Patrick Muriiliv, ,
llenrv Page, .lerrv Sullivan and Tim'
Kelleher are known lobe sutlocated '
in the Anaconda, as the men could j
..... t:. .- : . r
l.'l ilV ,. IHIIJUL'3 lit AtlJ J' ir VM
the mine. Kat.il results are fearel.
Iir. IVttrs I!f"irie4 tii.
I.o.viMix, Nov. 23. Conflicting re-jvorl-
in regard to the fate of Dr.
Peters and exj.loring jiarty have been
received to day. A dispatch direct
from Zanzibar -tates that news has
Iwcii received from l.iuiw confirming
the rejiort of the deatli of Dr. Peters
and another German and all the na
tives of Peters' jiarty except five jer--on-.
On the other hand a dispatch
from lierlin says that the Kmin Uey
lielief Comnii-'-ion received a cable
from the comj.any at Zanzibar, which
state- that Lieut, liorehet, one of the
commander of Peters' expedition, re
j3rts from I-okeman, that Soinalis
ha- dispo-eI of an English expedition
under command of Dr. Peters, and
Lieut. liorehet further s.iy: "Dr.
Peters ami jirty arrivcil safe and well."
Do you want to 1 hajipy, healthy,
wealthy and vvi-e? Drop into the
Pony Saloon and ask Henry for 90nie
of that fine old hand made So ah
Bourbon Whisky and Will and Hills'
Spring of 'SO. He also has on hand
Hermitage Bourlion, J. H. Mc-Brayer
Bourbon, Rijijiy and Guckcnheimer)
Rye- all jiure. straight old goods ; to
gether with all kinds of imported 1
Brandies. Wines, Ales and Porters of,ofw.!k pertaining to his trade. He makes a
' 1 specialty also ot
the most celebrated brands. IlHCah-.. . .. .
fornia Brandy cannot be surpassed .
anywhere. All kinds of fancy mixed
drinks a specialty; the Carman Key
West Cigar cannot lie beat, for the
money, in any place, ot. Lotus An-
heuser Iiu.-ch I.agcr liecr, ice cold, on
draught. Call and le convinced,
tf Hexky Camwiell, Proprietor.
Harris, the tailor, has received a
large stock of fall and winter goods of
the latest patterns'. tf
Stationery, jiaints, oils, etc, at Mon
If you want to get fresh telegraphic
(no grapevine) news, read the Epitaph.
Latest periodicals at Monmonier's.
Ari-Panksgiving KveniDg, November 28,
"-!" at 7::
Oraiid 3Ir.rcli at HMO.
lmiK-iiigr at lOilO.
5 Sxating Every Monday, Thurs-
and Saturdij Evenings and Saur-
, ,,,,,,,. ,
rtwl Ipjriiicai 1 1 if i
' Of Taxes in the Citj of Toinb-
Ntuiie, County r Coi Iii-e, A.
I T., for t lie Year 18JSD.
; The following isacorrett list ef r.r.on.rvi-
ing coy taxes, now U-linquent, i a. .1 tcr id
! c of Toml.stors, and 1 dtscntu.n cf s.e
'property upon which su.h laes ..r u-- '1-
' gether with the amount of such deiinc .rt tix
and the costs and pereitage for the y ir loEy.
Adams ,ohn ,ot ,6 Vrxk Jloo ,
tax and cost 1 1 ;8
ftoymon N C, let 7, Llcck 8, am. im
provement, $50; total uix and cost 79
Dales J C, lot 2, Uock 21, and uiiprov
meuts J100, toal U ind co-t 1
Bomcich C, lo: 2, block. 25. anu .mptovc-
menls. S75; total tax and ccsu. x 18
llagg ? C lot 15 in b.ock 49 and 1111.
provements. $175; lot lb in Neck 31,
and improvements, 5600; personal
property, S2.700; total, S3. 475; totu
tax and cosl.. . .. .... 51
Cohn K, lot 1 in block 6 and irrproie-
mrnis, si. 000: total lax and cosl 1? t;
Frej Henry, lot 14 in block 15, and im
provements 550; pcrjonaJ propriy
S23; total ?j; toul ta and cot 118
Hede Gus, iiiiproicmcnis on tear part of
lot 22 iq block 20. 20o; toul tav and
, McOre BJ ot 7and 8, in Mock 57.
and imps $430; lots 13 and 14 in Dlock
71, and imps, $511; total, 5500; total
lax and cost
Nirro Pasqual. west half lot it. block 20,
and imps. $50. lots 12,14.15.16,17,
block 20, and imps Ji 700: lots 13, 14,
15 and 22. block 21, and imps, 5650;
lot 8, hrxk 6, and imps, $173, lot 20,
block 15, and imps, S'oo; lots 18 and
19. block 30. 550; lots 3 and 4, block 6.
and imps, 150; lot 7, block 30, and
!nJ.S3"'. lots 5 and 6. Uock 20, and
iirps. $200; personal property, Sr,I75;
total, 55,000, total tax and cost 78 7
Old Guard Mining Co., Old Guard mine,
lo acres. S50; OUI Guard mill, $S,ooo;
pergonal property, $750; t-Jtal, 5,8,800,
total ux end cost 138
Reiley James, lot 13. block 15, $50; north
30 feet of lots 14, 13 and 16, block 16.
and imps, 130; lot 4, frock I7, and
and imps. J 150. lots 8 and u or in and
2, block 47, and imps, $70; lot I7 in
block 16, and imps, Sioo; personal
property, $480; total, $oSo; total ta.
and costs 15 43
Ritchie Wm, south part of lets S."9 and
io, block iS and imps, 1 000; toul
tax and costs 15
Storm E. iot to, block lo and imps,
!tSO, total ux and cost 2 37
Schuster A T. lot 17, block 40, and imps
Jioo; personal property, J50; toul. SI50;
toul Ux and cost 237
Stump Mr.. Mary E L, lot- 13 and 14 in
bluck 77, and imps, $350; personal prop
enr, $50; toul J400; total ux and cost 6 30.
Stanton Mrs C b. lots 1, 2 and 24, block
74 ardimps. 54C0; toul tax and cois. 6 30
Thirville J, lot 20, block 37, $50, total
tax and cost 70
Notice is hereby given that I, the said Tax
Collector, will apply 10 the District Court, held
in and tor the said county of Cochise, at the
next regular tarn thereof, rumely the Novem
ber term of the said court, and on thv first day
of said term, to-wit, November lr, 1S89, or as
j soon inereater as counsel can oe heard, lor
juagmcni against ine lanns, real estate an per
serial property descnlied in th.: foregoing lut
for said Uxes, costs and interest, and for an or
der to sell the same for the satisfaction thereof.
And nrtice is hereby alj given that on the
Monday next succeeding the said day fixed by
law for the commencement of such term of aA
I rnnrt llvj tan, reAl et.lt anrl nmrnil rTrw.w
for the sale of which an order shall be rrade,
will be exposed to public sale at the City Hall,
in said city, for the amount of taxes, interest
and costs due thereon.
Witness my bnd this it th day of October
A. D. 188c. J. ( WISER,
City Assessor and ex-Officio fax Collector
and ur the City of Tombstone, A. T
. .. ..u.v.... ,..W,...J,
With L. E. Page, is now- ready to do all kinds
OJgll O. HUlltet J aillllilg.
PaiK-r ICangin' Neatly Done.
SHOP COEIER OF THIRD .WD TOl'CBJIT.
WM. C. STAEHLE,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT
Law. Office AP.en street, between Fourth
and Fifth, Tombstone. Arizona.
Timothy seed, fresh a. Hoefler's
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 S1.00 bottles bv mil Wading druggists .