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TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. Sl'NDAY MORNING. DECEMBER i. 1889.
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TOMBSTONE DAILY EPITAPH lIZ.
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNINt.
MEEK &. MADERO.
feasts Street, between Fremont and Allen
teabsUM. Cochise County. Arizona.
sntArmirrie bates 1
ne Year ;(it advance! Jio
Six nonths ... "
Tbt months 3
B .rend by Carriers for 25 cents per week.
M Tf 0T OftKt MCO3-CLM TTm
TJ? ZMi7,r EPITAPH IS
the only Daily Newspaper
published in Cochise coun
ty that take i regular
telegraphic press report
end dors not use "boiler
With this iiie tho l)in Ki .r.vrii
iete.-. and hereafter it will 1- jml
lished at a w tolly" There will n be
change in the management or
policy of the paper When the jret
ent publishers- 1ciim.iI the plant tliuj
thought dailj morning paj t in
Tombstone, could le made to pay, bin
after nine months' trisl thev are
reluctantly compiled to admit ttiKi
it will not. This is the only reasoo
for the change to a weekly. The
publishers have a two year" lea-e. and
if the rise in silver should cau-e a re
vival in business they will again isue
Hojc. Tom Rkku, of Maine, the
worn foe of silver, ha? received the
Republican caucus no nin.ition for
Speaker of the I!auc. .Anyone vvh
has been deluding himself with tlu
idea that the advocate of irv coinage.
r vn those who favor the purchase
of $4,000,000 a month, would hae .11.
easy time in carrying either lma-urc.
nay now change their opinion. The
Speaker has great power in the ap
poiatment of committees ami other
ways, and the advocate of ihcr will
bare to mutter -II their -tre ii"ih ind
neglect no mean u attain tlieir -nd '
While no one question' Mr. Reed'i
ability and fitness f.ir the high honor,
jet the Weft would much rather have
sees Mr. McKinley, n opially aide
roan, selected. The.lntter jic'Iomhii
koowt and ia in svmputhv with tin
aeedf of the West and South. ant.
with bioi in the chair the attaiumen;
f eur wish would have been much
simplified. The hand o: the singlt
itandsrd and extreme protcctioniritt i-
to be seen in Mr. Reed'e nomination
Ik view of the active canvass now
being prosecuted by the friends ol
Mr. Reed and Mr. McKinley for the
Speakership of the next Congre.
the following from the Financial arid
Mining Record will be of interest to
our readers, and presents some cogent
reasons why Mr. Reed's success would
be detrimental to the interests of the
Weat: "Tbs Sun newspaper of thi
city, deigning, with possible irony, to
admit that there mav be Western can-
didates for the Speakership of the
next Rous of Representatives, the
quad of Mr. Reed in 'brains, energy
nd personal beauty,' adds 'but Tom
Red, of Maine, i likely to get the
chair, all the same,' for the reason, 'in
the first place, he starts with more
rote. In the second place, he has
been the caucus nominee for speaker
ia minority years, and custom and
decency entitle him to the nomina
tion now that it means something.'
Exactly eo, the nomination by a cau
cus of his party to the Speakership
this year would mean his election,
ad that would carry a meaning
portentously antagonistic to great'
Western interest. It would mean an
fXTsegacBMt of the Committees' 0Q'
lUIUVIVt"k"tC Hllll - - - -- - -
of tho Coinniittt's on Coimigo aud on
Mining, advereo to the views, wishes
and interest of the West and South,
including the Pacific Coast State.
Willi Mr l'liitm.iH K. Reed in the
speaker's eliair. there would be no
iioH' t the eiiuiUiient during the
next Congres, of any beneficial law.
in rewd to our milling interests. No
member of the Hotte from the West
or south has the right to remain blind
i the loiiu Congressional record of
Mr. Uw.1. if Mine. utn pu' lie
de!liii tha' ill a'tywUe litieiitricted
i(e intie-t. mid isxliltri of tnv
Western people. We e.ill ,i witnece-.,
al, the zealoti!- iulneiiey of Mr.
Heed"- preten-iim- to the .""peaUerrl.iji,
liv iiieh liaiier- a the New Y- tk
rime-, and uaarly every th r K-it-eni
journal that i 'ii-picuu foi its
ieeiitl oniitiou to lii-metallwn
even ti the oxtont alreadv in .ipera
tkm in the 1'iiitei! -tjte.-. and fur in
.iIh1iu.Ul' advocacy of a f.d-e rurrtiicv
ysteni lwel ejelu-ivelv on old. 'ine
ind all, the-e journals str"inioiMly
..ivor the election of Mr. Reed, .ind as
renu(iuly oppose that of Mr Mc
Kinlev." ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
Mrs. Window - Sooihinj; svrujj. fo
children ;eith'r. i the trrtsniptio" o'
one of the '"st fein.i'c riur'fs and ?!'
si iin in the ITntted St.ltei and t a
been u si lor nvi fort e.i with never
i':iK su-ce-- bv mi'liom o! mothers for
their ctnld;e.i. Ujring the process ni
eething its value is incilcuible. Ii
relieve the chiM of p iin,curcs dysentery
and diarrhoea, grtpir.f: in the bowels, an.'
ind colic. By divine health to the
hild it slve' fet to the mother. Price
52 cents rw.ttl- )an:f-i
(FirM P-o. li...vion -ptrnibrr 22. i!g )
Ippllrntlun Mi lu a Taunt tkf
lusarrll.vt MlnluK IaIkl.
Lmiui states 1avd OiriCE. )
1 crsuN. Artiona. epterotor ao, 1889. )
Ncncr u ricrrby Gtvrs that In pursuance o
rhapter x title thmy-tvo. of the Runscd
SUtuto of the UmtrJ Mites, V. P. Boo',
wbose jotortu addre& is Tombstone. Co
ci.B county, Araona. tLiiniir,g the Longfello.
mine, or vn o'm.nfral. hearing gold orwlver
or cx.Vr irtial. Ivid arid bemj; situated vritnn
the TorotaK n- V-'tun District, county of Cc
cnase tad Termor) of Arizona, is ahout tc
iake application to the United states for a
pitcm tothcaaid Longlrllow mine, which 1
mart futly drsenbui h to metes and counti
by the orfinal pUt and field notes of the surve
thureuf, now uu rue in trie ofhee cf th Kruter
of tli' U . s l-.nd OSce at Ttsoa. Anxcr,
which fi-W notrs ol survey ircril it- boun
dnes and rttcnt of said cbum on the surface
with magr.eUc variation at 11 43 east, as !ol
Corani?iiani at the iritutl monument, near
the crnter 01 claim, a 4x4 inch ;ost marked I M
Lotigfr low M t. No t, from which U S M M
N"o 2 bear N ;i at' K 20 ft distant; throci'
N -n-v ic' K s ft to a a inch uost uiarlced L at
' . t t h.n. r. en' K 'j&i ? ft tn a i.mrh
rsi ""M ' M C N- 3; thence N 85 if U
- - "" ---- -r j j - - -
690 ft tia 4 -inch ;osl marked LMCN04;
uenceN 9' 50' W 232.5 it to a 4-inch post
; marLed L M C No 5. thence N 75 40' E 865 ft
! to a 4-imh post nuirLed LMC o 6; thence S
t 30 fc 261.7 It to a 4-inch pol marred L. .VI t
No 2. ind place of beinnaig survey of exterior
. ones, lontumo; t 70 acres.
I"hes-ud mimne claim beinfj of record in thf
office of the recorder of Cochisn county. Anion.
Tcmtorv at Tombstone, m the county ar.i
Territory aforesaid, and presumed general
course or directum of the said Longfellow van.
lode or mineral deposit, bejnp showr upon thi
plat and posted herewith, as near as csn be de
termined from present developments. Thi
claim is for eight hundred and sixty-five linear
tret thereof, together with surface ground
hown upon the official plat posted
herewith, the said vein, lode or nunirj;
premises hereby sought to be patenteu
bang bounded as follows, to-uit. Upon
the south by the Knoxnlle M C, lot No 122, and
upon the northwest by the Lucknow M C
No 56, the said t laim bAcg designated as Lot
No 208 in the bthaal plat posted herewith. And
any and all persons claiming adversely the
nrning ground, vein, lode, premises or any
portion thereof, so desenbed. surveyed, platted
and applied tor. are hereby notified that unless
their adverse claims are duly filed according tc
aw and the regulations thereunder, within the
time prescribed by law, with the R'gister of the
U. S. Land Office at Tucson, Aruona, they
fill be barred in virtue of the provisions of said
And it i rnrieby ordered thai this notice
be published for ten (10) consecuuve weeks
.n the Tombstone Hailv Epitaph, a news
paper published at Tombstone, Cochise county,
lemtory of Aruona
Dated this 20th day of Srptember, R8o.
HERBERT BROWN, Register.
WM. C. STilEHLE,
a TT RNEY AVD COUNSELOR AT
J Law. Offire Allen street, betweep Fourth
and Kifih, Tombstone. Aniona.
Frcrfh oysters at the Can Can very
Fresh fish and fresh oysters every
day at the Maison Dore.
The very finest cofJce at the Maison
Freeh buttermilk at the Can Cam.
Receives the Caucus Nomina
tion for Speaker.
$2,000,000 MINING DECISION.
Poison Instead of Mfdicire Sqnea'iog
Wite' Secretary WL ji Will
Define His Polity.
SI'RCIAL TO TIIK l).lt. KVtTAPlt.
Will Spral tlat.
Wamiisot).v, Nov I'M. it U ei
pected that Secretary Windom will,
Ute this afiernoiiii, definitely define
hi policy in regard to government
deposit in national liak. now
amounting to .-J7,000,Q00.
St. l.ofli-, Nov. "0. The wives of
the two men arrested in the ("hicka-
mw nation for tubbing the Santa re
train lat Monday liave made eon- j
feion implicating the nun under
arrput and eeveral Others. I
Oil City, Nov. 30. At 2 10 thU
afternoon the Harper nitro-glycerine
works at Deep Hollow exploded with
terrible force The part culors or ex
tent of the disaster are not fullv
known, beyond the report that two are
killetl and ceveral Uidly injured.
Sfarchiii; Tor the l.muiib.
Boston, Nov. :'0. The work o."
searching for the remain- of the four
riremen continued a.. 1 ight. It i-
now believed they have b. en humid'
to athes. Officer Mariner died of bio
injuries thii morning. The work of
pulling down daugcrotis wails is pro !
Cotl fur Thtm.
St. Loi'iH, Nov. 3 J. The delegate
to the national silver ctniveiiiinn from
Colorado, Nevada, Tea and Montuii. ,
to-day adopted a r..-olution urging '
their members to the Fifty-ttrst Cot.
gress to vote for no man for Speaker
of the Houee whose record does not (
prove him a consistent inend of the ,
movement lor ttie restoration 01 silver.
"...vim Suvlraii f Jltijirii.-.
I'iTY ot MllMi'O. Nov. .81 1'im .)n
L.alend of niLilii'tno wa siven t. a
niimliiT or the iiuuaifi f Relm. .os
pilal lliursday iiiuht. 1 imr per-ons
have died and -evurul ar- ni e-crot-
to ru-over. The iitir-" and tuo -tu-dents
in cliame of tlm ward have been
arrested. President Dii is ah-ent
from hi ollice.
He Jtalrv a So;?ts!iou.
WA-iltMiTON, Nov. J". Postmaster
General Wanattialer. 111 hi- annual
rejiort, bays Coib-erniii the limit of
postage telegraph service, there i- no
reason what-oevcr why night message
of telegraph companies should not k-C
delivereil a poital mutter by the first
morning delivery by the carriers. 'I his
is proper posioiliuv business and would
,.,.., . .
ami more proms to ine uep.iriineiii.
Oltlrattd Minin; Cav litciucu.
Dksvek, Nov. CO. T ho famous min
ing suit of Judge Rticker iigain-l Har
vey Young et al., involving one-sixth
interest in the Aspen mine, as well as
one-sixth of four or five million dol
lars which have already bten taken
out of the mine, was decided iti favor
of Rucker this afternoon. Rticker
bought an option on one-sixth inter
est for $150,000 from Young. A rich
vein was struck and Youiig refused to
complete the trade. Rucker brought
suit and the decision makes him some
lu&uUr Appsiiitutnt. f
Vaiiinuion, Nov. SO. Among the
concuU appointed io-vlay mas Deloa
H. Smith .1'. Xogalc, Mexico.
Washington, Nov 30. The caucus
of the Democratic members of the
Uotfe wb called to order thi eveu-
iiiK. Speaker Carliole was made chair
111.111 pro tern. No quorum was pres
ent and the caucus adjourned until
iiHd fith the Cdurns SiniaatiH.
W vbhi.vgto.n-, Nov. 30. Reed was
nominated for speaker by the Repub-!
licun caucus thi nftcrnoon.
WvpHI.vgto.v, Nov. 30. At noon tlis
Kciublic.in enucu-i was called to order
by llunleriin,of Illinois, as chairman.
The roll call showed the presence of
17(i members, four less than the sntire
Republican strength in tho House.
Two Killott for the Speakership were
taken, a follows First ballot Reed
73, McKinley ?.$, Cannon 52, Burrows
20, Henderson 18. On the second
allot Reed received 86 votes, thus re
ceiving the nomination. The second
billot was- lUcd So, McKinley 36,
Cannon 10, Burrovvc 15, Henderson 9.
After voting down a motion to take a
1 recer- till evcnintr the caucus immedi
ately proceeded to -elect nominees for
clerk, and tho various candidates were
prcpented in short speeches. The re
sult of tin first ballot was the election
of Mcl'hereon, of Pennsylvania, who
received llfi, to f0 for Carsan, of
IVnnsvlvsmia. Holmes, ex-Representative
from Imvu, and A. H. Reed, of
Maine, were the candidates for ser-Kant-iit-anii.
Holmes was selected by
a vote ot MJ, Reed 13. The candi
j dfte-i for d(x keeper were Charles V.
I .!... rA f .1...,) T..-
11 ii 11, j I'tinijrtij'i, iiiii iiuuiirj
Wheat, of ui-'-un-in. Adams
. , , . .
nominated lv:.e m.ijontv.
i Combir.es the uice of the Blue Figs of
(i..iornu, so laxative and nutritious,
ih the. medicinal virtues of plant
icnOAn to be most beneficial to tat
hnmaniTStem. forming theONLY PER
FECT REMEDY to act gtntly yet
promptly on the
KIDNEYS, LIYER AND B01EU
Cleanse th: System Effectiilty,
HEALTH and STRENGTH
Naturally fellovr. Everyone is using it
and all are del ghted with it. Ask yoar
druggist frSYKL'P OF FIGS. Manu
facture! only by the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO,
SM FZANClSCO, CAt. '
LooisviLLi, Kv. Kiw Yo.a. K. T
Harris, fie Taller,
And practical cutter. 'Nobby suite
and pants a specialty.
j My will is good, my work is just,
1 u-e you well, but ask no trust,
I Alien street. Tombstone. Arizona.
Whether on pleasure bent or business
should take en every trip a bottle of
Syrup ct Fij-, as it acts most pleasantly
and effectually on the kidneys, liver and
bueN, preventing fevers, headaches and
ither forms of sickness. For sale in 50c
and Ji.ooljoulesby all leading druggists.
Nesbit's poultry powder and Forrest
cholera cure for chickens. For sale at
Harris, the tailor, has received a
large slock of fall and winter goods of
the latest patterns. tf
Stationery, paints, oils, etc., at Mom
monicr's. . T-J
If you want pure, ntruighl whiskey,
lot the most celebrated brands, drop
into the Pony saloon and satisfy your
self of this fact. The Pony also car
ries the finest brands of domestic and
imported brandies and winet, al-o
porters and all kinds of liquor? , Tom
and Jerry and hot Scotch; Imt r ind
spiced rums a specialty; the C'miuii
Key Wet cigars tho fine.-, tor the
mosey n '-e had in Aruotm; :' l.oui
Anheuaer lln.-cli lager ter on 1 . 0lit
at all times. No l.uu.-iu. Come, all.
Henkv Cam i u 1.1.1.,
The Can Can restaurant has the
finest varieties of ish freeL every day.
Latest periodicals at Monmonier's.
Of Taxes in the City of Tomb
stone, Couuty of CoehKe, A.
T., for the Year 1885.
The followiag is a correct list of persons ow
ing ci'y taxes, now delinquent, it and for said
City of Tombstone, and a descnptLn of the
property upon which such taxes .'T due, to
gether with the amount of such delinquent tax
and the costs and percentage for the ear I889:
Adams John, lot 16, block 3$, Jtoo; total
taxasdeost J 1 5
Boynlon N C, lot 7, block 8, and im
provements, $50; total ux and cost . 79
tuitsj v. 101 a. uock 24, anu improve
ments, J 100; total tix and cost 1
Homckh C lot 3. block 35. and impiove
ments. $75; total tax and cost.. 1 tg
tlagg S C, Tot 15 in block 49 and iin
provemenu. $I7S; lot 16 in Hick 31,
and improvements, $5oc; pisinal
property, 12,700; toul. $3,475; totil
tax and cost 51 06
Cohn R, lot 1 in block 6 and improve.
ments. Jf.ooo; total tax and cost.. . 15 75
Frey Henry, lot 14 in block 15. and im.
provements. 150; personal properly,
525; total 975; total ta and colt. ..I.
Hede Uu, improvements on tear part of
lot 22 in block 30, $300; tctal tax and
McGrew- ft J ots 7 and 8, in bluck 57,
and imps $450; lots I3 and I4 in Uoik
71. and imps, 50; total. J500; toul
tax and cost
Nifru Hasqual, w, st lolf lot 13. block 20.
and imps, $50; lots 13, I4, It. 16 17,
block so, and imps ft 700. lots 13 14
15 and 32. block at, and imp, $65 ;
lot 8. block 6, and ims. U73. I Ik,
block 15, an I rra s, Jioo; lots 18 r.u
19. block 56. $90; lot. 3 inrt 4. 1 cl t.
1 and imps. ijo; lot 7, block jo. n
imps, tjoo: lots 5 and 6 bk k 20, anu
f ps J3.0- personal pn p rt) $ ,175
total, $,oco; total lax ann cos . . .
Old Gu ra Min:ng Co Old G a d im .,
lo acres, $50; Okt Gu rcl m u j-,cx ;
personal pro;rty. $750, t ul J s,x
Reuev aii s lot 13 bio.-, 15.
30'ot 01 I- t 14 . a
an imps. l3 , 101 4 , t
and ini,,-. $13 . ot fc 1
21, I luck 47, j . im, i
bo k 16. and im.iv
iro,- ty, fc,8o. u. . j
an oot . .
Ki chir Urn. -oti'Ii tin . o: 1
. t.lco i" -nl in p , jji
tax ind cois
tt :n I lot 'q, bltK-k lo .I,.
$1511 toLn tax and cost......
-cliUjtcr A T, lot 17 block 40 ard ,m ,
$100; personal prepertv, J50; totl ilji,
total tax and cost
Slump Mr Mary E L. 1 ,ts 13 and 14 1
block 77. and imps, $350; personal 1 or
ertv, $50; total. 400; total tax ano . c
Stanton .Mrs C S. lots 1. a and 24. 1 1
74 a dimps. J400; total tax and ,-t,
Thirville J, lot 30, block 37, $;o -
laxana cost... 9
Nonce is hereby given that I, (hr - 1 x
Collector, will aDply to th Di-tnc i ' lid
in and tor the said county ol I o h r .it th
next regular teim thertt f. n rne ill vt
ber term of the said rourt, and o t - - vy
of said term, to-w . November I., t8 or a-
soon Iherea ler ds counsel cpn e , A i.r
judgment at a r..t the ands, rral v it n per
sonalpr-.pern tirvciib. n c .1 1 jit
for said tax cosNttd n rei. ,i ,i r-
der to sell the .arte for thr -at ( c 1 r t ol
And nrtice is ke.eby al "v civen il .11 o tie
Monday next succeeding the s..id 0 xc liy
law fcr the commencement of such t r of sid
court the land, rel estate and perynai topcrty,
for the sile oT which an order hall 1 e rrnde,
will be exposed to public sale at the City l'all.
in said aty. for the amount of taxes, interest
and costs due thereon.
Witness myrund this nth day or October
A. D. I889. J. C WIER.
City Assessor and rx-OfScio Tax Collector
and ur the City of Tombstone, A. T.
With L, E. Page, is now ready to do all kinds
of work pertaining to his trade. He makes a
specialty also ot
Sign & House Painting.
Paper Hanging Neatly Done.
sier fouEi w ran aji twghjit.
Iiei LiUlEC. lTirirfK.
First Class Hotel in Erery Respect
FIRST CLASSJESTAURA T.
Barroom supplied with
Choice Foreign ind Doaestic Liquors
Livery 8tble in Connection.
TXOMMMK, - siEIZOHL