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1EKLY EPITAPH. Sis-Page Edition. ruMtlMONE, AlilZONA AI'HIL 17, tb4. This Pjw is from the Daily of Molality, April 10. CIUICD HOC Vflnonir men of TumMoio OlLlLn UnL'lMr ore nut by n n'l pt(Mcl onrtulit ol . throne Miir's tubcilp lontotlx Tomli-tom Epitaph A' tiro- Kpltuiti Prliitlng wl Fubllhliii! Un. T.iml'ttiim. Vtlmn TOHiivro.Vh .11. A. 11. CO. The follow in? noice, copied from the Philadelphi i Bullion Miner of April 1st, is so eloquent u testimonial of th great tidiness and continued prosperity of Tombstone district, that we publish it verbatim: OFFICE (jrTIKTOMIlSIOXK MIM.ANI) MINIMI OMn.SY. 4-M W.iI.vUT sTHEhT, 551b DIVIDEND I'liiLAiiLirmv Mi roll 31,1st.'. The KxcciuIvh Commit eu of thi 11 am of JJ1 rccto-sof llif Coiiinuy luu tb iliy ilcrlirul th rigiilir Moul lily D vlilcm! of sSaOfli); b lap tun rent', iiu ic i vhaiu of .hi cnpllal Kluck of the (J niit)ln ; pivfblo on and ulHr April IMb.xt thin oltlc... 'T a i f r iHok clew bin inifl n- pen 17lh. O O H) Rl'It.VIIAM, Prcslclint. W. J CIIKY.NEY hucMiry. The twenty fifth consecutive divi dend! One million and a quail r disbursed to stockholders on an out lay not exceeding one hundred mid fifty thousand dollars! Such is the import of the above notice. In the face of such eloquent facts as this, people will persist in asking if min ing pays. The dividends of a mine are not the measure of its paying quantities. In addition to what the stockholders get in the shp of sur plus, tho mine must bo credited with the whole output, which comes to the world in the form of an absolute cre ation, to enter upon a. mission ot life, giving energy in tho various ramifications of commerce and trade. Tho total output of the Tombstone, company has been :5,0G;2,9 JG, out of which tho twenty five dividends have been paid, and the remainder has gono to pay for laborf matciial and incidental expenses. In addition to the ono million and a quarter that tho stockholders have rcceivod, the community in and around the mines has received l,8l,9aG as its share of the proceeds of the mine. It is' such facts as U.ec that g.vo an af firmative answer to the question, Does mining pay The Epitaph is try ng to rouse the Republicans of Cochise to action. It is a waste of good material; might as well tiy to make a dead man sneeze. Tucson Star, April 0. The large and enthusiastic meeting held at the court house on Saturday last, whoroin overy township in the county was represented is a sufficient answer to the above gratuitous slur of the Star. Smco that j urnal joined hands with the cowboys, and became their organ and representa tive in Pima county, it has not had a good word to say for this city or Co ohise. county, for that matter. The lawabiding and respectable people here can stand it, however, for they know that the "devil's ducks" will get homo to roost sooner or later when the Star's coops will be over run with the brood of its incubating, fathering and mothering. Tub president's veto has been re ceived with very bad giaco through out the entire eountiv, with si me paltry exceptions, if we can believt tho press reports, and the utterances of our exchanges. Not one of oui exchanges haovet spoken in terms of commendation of tho message, and wo do not believe there will be found a single journal or. the Pacific cotst so stalwart as to endorse the measure. The San Jose .Mercury, ono of the most stalwart of the larger and moio influential of the coast journals is reported as saying that t "Guitenn made a mistake and killed the wrong man." Such violent uttoranees as this can do no good and may do much harm. Wo believe the veto a mis take, and one that will do tho Re publican party much harm, but we do not believe it irreparable nor a death blow to a party tlu.t has done so much for the oppressed of our race in timesgone by. Senator Miller has taken the proper couise to meet tho issun and force a recognition of its merits and the demands of the conn try. Let tho press emulate the sena tor and his colleagues and the right will prevail. The press has commented on Mar shal I)ake'.s appointment in Cochise county, but it seems that after the endorsement of some of the leading citizens of CochUo county, Governor Tritle has appointed J.'ll. Jackson Deputy United States Marshal, as the most competent mar he could find to lead the forces airaiust the cowboys, Hiid directed him 10 raise a posse ol tliiity men, to use as he thinks fit, to meet this cowboy emer gency. We believe, in this connec tion, that Marshal Dake has consci entiously done his duty in tie matter by so ecting his deputies in Southern Arizona. Out of tho mass of vile abuse that has been heaped upon Mar-dial Da o bis appointments here, tho abovo the Arizona (Prescolt) Demo jvill bo read by the majority of citizens with feelings of .sat lsfucti.iti and endorsement. The 10 tion of Marshal D.iko in respect to our affairs Ins been endorsed by the mi n of Tombstone, irrespective of p.irtv, who have the most at stake, as Inn also tli.it of Governor Tritle. iTi;.n?. a i' iinui:. From the Tucou Star. A letter received at this ollice last evening from Jacob Stilwell, of I3al dwin City. Doug'as county, Kansas, says tho writer is an uncle of the late Frank Stillwell, nnd also of Texas Jack. Ho is anxious to leatn information about the latter and de plores the fa'eof the foimer The supervisors of Graham county paid ther respects to Judge Stil well In a body yesterday and invited hiir. to pay a visit to Graham county. Tho judge promised to go to SafforJ between the 5J5th of this month and the 1st of May. lie will then ap point a clerk of the district court and make arrangements for a term of the court for some subsequent time. From tho Duaociat. Gov. Tritle has scanned the battle field in Cochise countv, and author ized S. I). Jackson, a deputy United States mirshal, to raise thirty men to bo us d cotnitatas, and mustered into tho territorial military service to settle the cowboy troubles. Uncle Sam's troops cannot bo used in such eases Wo sincerely hope that a conclusion of the matter will be teached before lung. Yavapai will have to pay a portion of tho expense of this new fight or hunt. Fomiho Final D ill Lewis, ot the Delta, is recovering from tho effeets of a sting from a tarantula, which caused his u-m to swell, and confined him to his bed for several d iys. Potromlo Kodriguez was cut, in tho aodomen, by Rafael Granillo, on Sunday and died on Wednesday. The murderer escaped. There was a woman hi the caso Some of our ladies to talking of adopting the masculine style of rid ing, in suitable costume, as being more safe and c mfortable. It has already been adopted by tho ladii s to a great extent, in several Euro pean countries, and if this fashion able metropolis sanctions it, tho western hemisphere must needs fol low suit. From the I'henlx Clnzette. April 7. Since the veto, Arthur stands in the same portion to the Pacihu coast as do the supervisors to Maricopa county. V have no earthly use for either. One week from to-day, without the interposition of executive clem ency, Alfred Biown will be hanged for the minder cf A. Cautrell. Fromlbu I'lienlx lK-rall, April 6. A regular Arizona zephyr sand storm visited us to-day. Two little birds have built a nest in one of the grass bouquets which tho children in one of our schools have placed in their room. They are peifectly contended and the children lake great interest From llio Florence Entcrpri'e, April 8. Court will open here next Mon day. Tho calendar will not be a lengthy one. There is only ono criminal case to dispose of and that is Abbott, charged with assault with intent to do bodily harm. Mr. Kii by completed the work ol tiuilding the Silver King ferry boat Muudav , and made a first class job of it. i ny ooat nas ueen Kept nusy ail the week transferring the compa ny's freight. CorhlHu County ItecordH. The foil living instruments hao been tiled in the recorder's oillce, a couniy ncintls: LAND CLAIM. Thomas Smith, 100 acies of land on the LSiuoumiaii creek. l-OCAIIONS Arnn Evmi , the Hunker Hill, Dutch. I'niirie Quun, Floral &par, Copper Gl nice, t oluinlit i, 1mA Eltfin Hltte Hint, Hntlie Hiid Unbelt E Lee, Tevis district. Lilu Tev is el ul, the Kansas City and Or Grant, TVv is district. Geo V Diil'nrd et al., coil lands and mines in the 'lragnon mountains. DEEDS tlLS. Jacob Werner to Win L .Martin, interest in ceitliu mines; J.'iOO. Francis G lliirae to Benj Titus, i in terest in Kentucky mine; $1. Alfied -McAllister to L W. Blinn, inter est In the Aunt Sally; .$440.48. dikds iikm, estate. W E Ludlow to L W Blinn, let 18, block 20; $100. E I Vols ml ci al to O O Tiantum, lot 3, blo.k;U:$400. Cli is I' En hell, and wife toR 11 Upton, lot S3, block 10; initio. It II Upton to C T Etchells, lot 20, block 10; $1. DI-CItAllflE OK MOllTOAOE. Geo Li Fiilds to E ISulloek. MOllTOAOE. Alfred Ashman to .1 It Lmdsav, lots 15 and 10, block 58; $000 BOND Foil DEKD. Emmi I'aiker to Li-normiind & Maril nis, lot 20, block 20; $1230 The most novel feature at tho last drawing room held by Queen Victo ria was the great size ol the bouquets and floral garnitures. Most ladles carried enormous bouquets, and m my others distinguished themselves by the enormous -uh of the flowers with which tbeii dresses were trimmed One of these had her train of garnet velvet looped back with brazen look ing .sunflowers of about tho sizo of an ordinary dinner plate. Another wore huge while lilies, flowers which appear difficult to dispose gracefully, Tho bouquets wero in many cases, equally exaggerated in size. The simplest blossoms arc now cousideied ohio.' Consequently, such lovely and old world blossoms as wall flowers, primroses, jonquils, and nar cissus found tho'r way to court, while hot house flowers for once played the part of Cinderella and re mained neglected on the green house shelves. An exquisite bouquet of white lilao was ono of the loveliest there; but theso blossoms droop very soon, even in water, and almost mi mediately when carried in the hand In 'he caso of the btuidy snow-drops, however, not even two Iuuim on the Mall and ono in tho air of a court were successful in depriving of their freshness a groat bunch of theso hardy flowers which a lady lovingly cariied. The daffodil is in great fa voi just now, and will rcni'iin so till tho '-roaring moon" is past. Yellow tulips composed a he.iutilu! bn(iiet of great size. A debutante cuiried a large tiuiiuh of ox eyed d iisies, and wore diamond daisies in her hair. Tin; 'iicisu'm: phuimii'.uy Tnj lot's WHc Uniilile to rtaj In the Mutinied 1'nl.ice. Trom the Sail l.ako Tiilmn. Some lime ago it was announced that John Tavlorw.is talking of mov ing into the Amelia Palace. The Tiihune, filled, with the tme spint of revelation, toro asido the veil which hides tuturity from the gaze ot com mon mortals, and prophesied that the ghosts of murdeied emigrants who went down in the Mountain Meadows massacre, would haunt the palace so long as any one connected with the Mormon Church attempted to live in it. For a while, Taylor, leali.ing that tho true gift of revelation was en jovid by the Tribune staff, held back, but the loaders in tho church, who wanted to see the people's money squandered, wanted John Tavlor to set tho example and foiced him into the accursed house. From time to time the Tribune gave the accounts of the terrible manifestations which took place there, and these faitbtul chronicles of events were sneered at as idle tales. Now comes the proof, which stamps the Tribune as a true prophet. Din ing the past week the wives ol J'din I aylor have left the palace. I he solemnly declare tint in the midst of all the luxurious surroundings of the place they have not been happy. In tho deep watches of the night are heard tho death moans of the slam; the frenzied shrieks ol women ie sound through the corridors; voices of supplication go up, of mothers begging the Mormon butchers to spaio their nursing babes, mingled with the low wails of dying children. This is what has driven tho women of John Taylor's household from the Amelia Palace. Since his residence there Taxlor has grown ten onrs older. His sunken, bloo Idiot eyes, his hollow cheeks and iucieasing feo blenoss tell of ugonized nights and interrupted sleep. During the past few months he has seen mnnifesta timis which wero sufficient to con vince him of tho dreadful mockery of the religion of which he is the heid, and were it not for the pressure from behind ho would quiet his accusing conscience by an open renunciation of it in the Tabernacle. Ilrntlier 'ii'jiit;r on .Jcrcinlnlis. uDar am sartiu folkses I want to keep away from," began the old an as the gleo club died awav on the last st aius of "Sarah Jano'o 13 iby" .'" "1 mean dat class ot people who gioan ober the wickedness of de world, an' who haVd bean-aches an' sorrows to peddle aroun' de kentrv at the reg'lar market rates. Dar' am de ole man Turner. He comes ober to see me now ,fn' den, but he cau'i sit still kascsnme body stole his dog, oi hit him with a brickbat, or beat him out of seventy-live cents. He fully believes dat de world am gwine to smash at the rate of fifteen miles an hour, an' it would almost kill him to lose his old wallet an' find a man honest 'nuffto return it. l,De widder Plumscll comes ober to borry some butter for supper, an' she drops down on a ch.i'r an' heaves a sigh as big as a birn doah an' goes on to say dat dis am a cold an' unfeeliu' world 'Cording to her tell all men am dishonest, all women extravagant, an' all eliill'en just ready to come down wid the nie.Hes. '1 ears run down her cheeks as she tells how she has had to woik an' plan while everybody else has money to frow into Lake Erie, an' shoipes her nose on her apron as she .issrts dat this wicked world can't stall' moi' dan fo' weeks longer. Deacon Sniper dr.tps in to eat popcorn wid me of a Friday e'leniu,' an' tie hardly gits out fiom under his hat ielo' he begins to tell wh.it his first wife died of; how his second run away; how his thiul broke h r leg by fallin' off a fence and cost him $:8 14 lor doctor's bill, an' beHi' he gits frew you couldn't make him believo but -vital the hull wur'd was dead agin him. He predicts a I te spring, or hot summer, poo--crops, high prices, a bloody war, and goes home feelin' dat he am stoppin' on uirth only to accommodates some body else. ''I have no sorrow of my own. I've, been robbed but that was kase I left a winder up. Iv'e been swin dled, but was kiso I thought to' queens would beat to' aces. I've het on de wrong boss; I've bought lottery tickets which didn't d aw; Iv'e been sick unto death, and I've been shot it tho back id a hull briekvard, but T do not sorrow an' I do not ax fur sympathy. De woild am plenty good 'null" fur de class o' peop'e livin' in it. Honest men am not lonesome fur conip uv, an' honest women am sirtin to he ap preciated. De janitor wiil now open fo' winders an' wo will proceed to bizness." A Ouck Htoey How SMI fowl IVere Can tht li. a ISiiniiT. From tho Oriental Casket. "Speaking of duck shooting on -t. Clair Flats," sighed an old citi zen, as ho took a seat in a gun store the other day, "I don't think there is as many birds up there as there was ton or fifteen veari go. Why, sir, the channels used to bo just black with 'em and they were so tame that you could krock 'em on tho head." Everybody sighed to think those good old days and ducks could nev r 'etiirn, and the veteran hunter con tinned: "I remember I was out one day in April. I got among the bipeds, "and how many do you suppose 1 count ed ,J" ' "Threo hundred," ventured one of tin audienc, after a long interval. "Threo hundred ! Why 1 always killed oer 1,000 every time I went out! No, sir, 1 counted over 16,000, gieat big, fat, plump, delicious duck", and then I had only counted those on one side of the boat." "How long did it take you ?" 'I don't know, sir, I had no watch wi'h me. Tntvo is nothing to a man counting ducks. I counted along, and when the ducks wi re small 1 count) d two for one. Uy and by I got tired ot counting and got ready for the slaughter." "Hov many did you kill ?" "Well, now, I suppose I could lie about it and sav I killed nine or ten hundred, but I'm getting too near tho grivo lor that. No, I didn't kill a blasted one, and that's where tho strange Dart of the story comes in. When I began to lift that gun up, those ducks knew w hit 1 was up to just as well as a human being, and what did th y do ? Why, sir, about 200 of 'em made a sudden dive, swam under the boat and raised up on her port side at once atid upset her! Yes, sir, they did, and there I was in the North chinnel, in ten feet of water, boat upset, night coming on and I in mv wet clothes." "Well" "Well, I climbed up onthe bot t m of tho boat, floated five miles and was pioked up by two Indians. We towed that upset boat to an is land, and heie another curious thing comes in. Under the boat were 204 large, plump ducks. They had been caught there ihen she upset, and all we had to do was to haul them out and rap them on the head." 'Why didn't they dive down and get from under the boat V" asked an amateur duck shooter. "Why didn't they, sir? whv didn't they ? Well, sir, I might have asked them why they didn't; but it was too late, a cold wind had sprung up. and I didn't feel ike talking. All I know is that 1 counted 1G,000 ducks, was upset, captured 264, and have affidavits here in my wallet to prove even thing I have stated. Does an man here wwil to sec the docu ments ?' No man did. They all looked out of the windows and w'ondered if they could lie that way when they had passed three scoie years. TELEGRAPHIC. Special Dipatth,e to tho Epitaph, Attempt to lllarkiiiail Bosio, April 8 A remarkable discovery to extort money fiom Chas. Francis Adams and blackmail his family has just come to light. This was very sui prising, as In was known to have 818,U0U to Ins ciedit there. Investigation was at once begun, and it was ound that i check for 17,500, regularly indorsed, signed by Adams, but filled in by anolhir hand, had been deposited in the Meich tuts' bank some time previously, and had in d ic course of business como atotind to Adams' bank. To-day J S. Morrison was arrested on the 10 o'clock train for New Yoik, Ho made a statement tint the check represented money Adams had lost at gaming. The statement further shows that Adams, who is in feeble health and whoso memory is impaired, was considered a tit subject for plucking by this man, who is said to be int lested in a ' bunko " game, and that it was believed Adams would pay any sum to avoid the pub licit ion ot the story. Adams was confused and did not seem to know what he was dbout. The sharpers finally induced him to sign and en d irse three onecks jtie tor $lf..")0 I, one for $10,000 and one for S250. Morrison tiauklv said that he did not believe Mr. Ad tins knew what he was doing, and as he saw him after the swindle coining from his homo without any apparent agitation, ho (Moirison) supposed tint the game had succeeded, and that Adams had concluded to allow the checks to be paid. un-.ViiIv.il r ri-ainiiixNhlp -Trades Colon Ni.vv Yoke, April 10. Comodore Liiim is unable to understaii 1 the non-ai rival of the United States training ship Portsmouth. He has hejid nothing from her since her departure tio.n Hampton roads. The Amalgamated Trades Union has adopted resolutions declaring that President Aithur had vetoed the bill to restrict the importation of coolies, and that the trade union regard it as another evidence that the governing class do not consider the ltiteiests of the working popu lation, and that Ptesident Arthur has ignored the interests of the people bv protecting the interests of the Chinese Six Companies, and ex- tei (ling a greeting to their brothers on the Pacific, cn.ist, bidding them continue their work and assuring them that victory will crown their effnits'. Tho platform of principles calls for eight bonis woik a day, compensation to be regulated accord ing to laboi performed. I. alee from the rjelone. Chicago, April 9. Later part cu lar-of the C3 clone which passed over portions id Michigan and Kansas in dtcate gre.it destine ion of piopeny. i gtcat number ot houses were blown down and unroolcd, budges de stioyed, tailioid tracks torn up and telegraph lines prostrated. At Eist Saginaw the tiov. Isaac Fuller was killed. Much damage was done near Des Moines, and seveu,l persons were injured. At Fort Itilev, K.isas, most ot the buildings were unroofed. The damage will reach 300,000. In Bariy, Michigan, two children were kilted and two otheis badly injured tMousMiiatril. Kansas Ciiy, April 9 It is re ported that Tucker LJashain, con victed ot participating in the Glen dale train robbery, and who was par doned out to testify agiinst Hill lty.ui, was assassinated ten davs ago,, in Kansas The James gang had sworn to take his life and it is sup posed they huvo done so.. ' ItlotliiK Italians Fort Plain, N. Y., April 9. About four hundred Italians at work on the West Shore railroad, not get ting pay, began to congregate around the Zollcr House where the contrac ts was stopping, and began stoning and tiring at the house. Tho Grand Army post was called out and dis persed the rioters, but not before they had done considerable damage. A lew f tb- hotel inmates seriously injured some Italians by pistol shots. Trouble is feared to-night. Th" Italians threatened to burn the town. Help from neighboring towns has been asked for, and when.it arrives it will be enough to protect the vil lage! Oreat Pirn tit Hamilton, Ohio. Cincinnati, April 9. A greatjire is raging now at Ilaminlton. Three fire engines have been sent from here. A message just received by telephone says the fire started at 10:30 to-night, in the City building, in High street, close to the bridge over the Great Miami. It has al ready consumed the city buildings and several liquor establishments and livery stables. It is now, at 1 1 :15 (i. m., passing in the icar of the Presbyterian and Baptist churches, county jail and post flice. Tho great est consternation prevails. Later. The Hamilton fire is un der contiol. So l,,,,r"n,-K"rescntaUve Allen Ileatl, Washington, April 10 In re sponse to a call for a special meeting of the senate foreign relations com mittee to assemble at noon to-day tor the purpore of consultation on the Chinese question, only four mem bers put in an appearance, viz , Mil ler ot California, Windom, Johnson and Pendleton. The meeting was postponed for want of a quorum. Representative Allen, of Mississip pi, died this morning. Death in the Pulpit. San Fiiancitco, April 9. Rev. L Hamilton, aged sixty years, pastor of the Independent Church, died at )ak land suddenly, this forenoon, while preaching. During his discourse he paused, and sinking slowly into the pulpit died in a few moments. He leaves a wife and two children Death is supposed to be from heart disease. About eight years ago he withdrew from the Presbyterian Church and established what is known as the Independent Church He was well known on this coast. Htase ItoliWrj near Prescott. Winrri,E Baijuacks, A. T., April 10 Th. stage was stopped by three masUed men on tho night of the 7th, near Turkey Tanks, north of Pres cott, on the Atlantic. & Pacific rail roul, taking money and valuables from the passngers. This is the sec ond robbery wrhm a week. Hill or i:xcfitionN Fixed. Washington, April 9. The bill of exceptions in Guiteau's case is thirty nine pages long. There are thirte- two exceptions, but all noticed dur ing the report of the trial and refer to the insanity rulings and as to the admission ol certain evidence, expert testimony, etc. SIiipheid'M erarlty. Washington, April 10. Ship herd's asst r.ions about his taTk with Blaine a-e entirely unsupported by any evidence which ho could bring, and rest only on his reputation for veracity. liOsan Had. St. Louis, April 10. Senator Lo gan is so sick that he cannot go to Washington Fatal Arelilcnt. About 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon, John .Martin, late ot Virginia City, who was working on the hue of ihe Huachuca Water conip ui 's pipe ueirthcSan Pedro, was instant! killed. It stems that early in Ihe inornnif.' the water had been turned into the pipe at the dim for the pur pose ot testing the work, the lower cnJ of the pipe having first been plugged up. About noon .Mr. liOnjjwell, superintendent ot lonstiuction, ordeied the foreman to go with a force of men and Mke out ihe plug. Airivmg at the spot it was decided better to unscrew the last joint as the plug was so tightly lived in the pipe. Mr. Martin was set to hold the jack a Iarg pice of timber winch forms a rest for the pipe when being put together and, unlortu nately, insead ot standing on the side he stood diiLctly in line with the pipe so that when it was sciewed otrthe lorce of the compressed air shot it forward like a nattering lain earning Mr. Martin along with it a dead man. Hl was broughlto the city this morning and the inquest over his remains will be held at i o'clock this afternoon. He will be buried some time to morrow. The reception to General Sherman Sat urdiy evening was a pleasing success. Sihieflelin hall had been quite tastefully dtcoraltd as much so as all the material in town would allow, the brass band was in ntleiid.uice, and a gre it many citizens gathered to shake hands with the "Hero of Atlanta," who seemed ghd to see everyone '1 he guests wue received upon the plat term ot the hall. In the rtceptiou the general was supported by .Misses Sherman ami Poe, and by Utntral Iue and Colonel Monow. At an early hour the party re liied and the crowd dispersed. An ele gant lunch was served later in the restau rant to the visitors and a few invited clti zmsof the city. Early esteiday morning the irencial and party left tor Fort Hua. chuca.very much pleased with Tombstone and her people who have welcomed him so gracious). Tiieiib came near being a big blaze in Taj lor's livery stable late tsterday after noon. A tire broke out in a pile of hay near the Tough Nut stitet entrance, and for the moment threatened the whole insti tution, but fortunately the attendants in ihe stable weie in time to smother it before my damage was done. Tho alarm wis L'tven bv about adozzeu strokes of the bel", I) which time the fire was out and thi .ruvj AXOT11I2K IMUAN JlAMAtltU. Cnntaln J. SI. Tltornrtikn with Ills tion uud Two Othera Mlaujghtercd. It becomes the duty of the rrrrAPtr to again chroucle another massacre of Atncr can citizens by the little bund of Apaches who nere driven over the line into Sonera iu the late, so culled, Indian campaign. Honor Jesus Durazo, who came in Irom Cumpas, from Sonora, last evening, com municated the following facts to Mr. V. H. Coleman, a friend of his of three vo-trs' standing, Mr. Coleman being also a iritnj of Captain Tuorndike and his son: TH PAKTV. About two montlu ago Cantain J. M. Thorndike, a gentleman well known in San Francisco in connecthn with the China trade in years gone by, his son, C. M. Thorndike, and two other genlltnun, one froih San Francisco and the other from Portland, Oregon, whose names, un fortunately, arc not known, left Tembstone tor a mine not far from the little town ot Nacori, and near the headwaters of the Yaqui river, with the inteotlon of being gono about one month. It will he rcuiem bered that the town ot Nacori was attack ed and raided by the Apaches some thtie months ago, an account of which was fur nishid our readers by the Epitaph's Mex ican correspondent. THE MASSACHE. Upon Senor Jesus Durazo's arrival last evening, he immediately hunted up his friend Mr. V. 11. Coleman, and lommuni catedtohim the tact that a couiierlrom Nacori had Just arrived in Cumpas belore he lctt. bringing the newsot the remains ot four Americans having been lound which exactly answer to Ihedesiriptiou ot the Thorndike party. The findingof their remains must have been about eij;ht days ago, but the time or the killing is not known, ilr. Coleman w us vtry p trttcular in his inquiries as to ihe description ot the murdeied men, from the fact that the TIlOK.NWKLS should have been back some two or three weeks ago, they only having taken one month's piovisious with them, expecting to return here as soon as the gentlemen who were with them had satisfied thtm- I selves ot the value of the mine which they went to It ok at with a view of bu mg. Captain Thorndike and his bim are well known in Tombstone and had many waim friends here to whom this will I e sorrow ful news. Mr. Coleman has no doubts of the truth of the report and is leeling exceedingly sad over the untoward event, as they were old and warm fiitnds ot his and he was with them onstanily up to the time of their departure. At the Churehett 1 CKterilny. Easter was observed generally among the churches of this city jesterday The day was bright and beiudful, being a ht one to herald In the nnuiverstry of the resur rection of the crucified rediemer. 'I lie at tendance was good In tact church going has become more popular than a few months ago, ami the Sabbath is being more generally observed io Tombstone as the weeks pass The very fine singing at the Episcopal church drew a lartre house, and the music h nai nurai uearing. inis cnoir nave been practicing Easter anthems for some time past, and certainly acquitted them selves creditably. A great many beautiful flowers had been provided, and were taste fully arranged about the rector's desk and platform. The services were in accordance with 'liHday. Rev Dr. Robertson at the Preibyteri.tn church delivered an eloquent and pulitiic discourse, which was sincerely telt by the congregation in its sad, yet sweet, consol ing effect. " Come see the place where the Lord lay " was the pastor's text', fiom which he demonstrated how from that empty tomb eminated the brightest hope in the Christian lite. A quirtettc choir was in attendance and the singing at night was good. The pistor of the Methodist church tilled his own pulpit and preached to an attentive audience upon the subject," iook for the living among the deid," with marked ability. Here also weie a profu sion of cveigreens and llowers. The motio, " Hallelujah, Christ is risen," was wiiite'n in handsome letters of green at the rear oi the pulpit. All the exercises at the Catholic Church were iu accordance w ith the occasion. Rtv. Father Hloisc conducted the services Almost Fatal Ileisults of ti Had Tern tier. Yesterday morning s William Haves, a voung apprentice in Fredericks A; Hill's tin shop, was passing dowu Alkn street to his breakfast Mr. Cadwcll, of the mercan tile firm ot Cadwcll & fatanford, accosted him and, in fun, pushed HajesolVthe side-walk saying, "get off ou young hoodlum," Hayes ictiirned the compli ment in a similar manner, and a sham scutlle ensued until Cad well had his Imi knocked oil when lie became angry and after some hard words picked up a pick and struck the boy on the b ick of the ht id and felled him senselesj to the groua I. Cadwcll was promptly arrestc I ami will answer before Judge Wallace t'-day Hajes is at work this morning ami ap parently all right but the results might have been seiious. Notwithstanding Cadwell's repentance for the rash deel committed in an angry fit, he should learn the lesson of controlling his temper. llalmy May. Bright, sunnv, balmy May Is coming. April with iu warm das is aire id here, and the ladies want fresh, pitlty dnsses, light gloves and other summer ware. Now the place to find all these is at Messrs. Dillion &. Kmtaly's. 'Iheir lawns, of nil patterns, are so bright and pictty that it is really refreshing just to look at them: g ngharas ofall shades, calicoes in endless varieties, latest stjles sf dress gooi.s, bunt ing, hosiery, mits, lisle thread gloves In all shades and qualities, and a fancy de partment complete. Gen'lcmen will also find lots of articles of apparel al this large store which they need. AtoPH ing held 1 gentlemen cburcKti? The Work of JtCHtitutlon ;0eB On. In the District Court of the First Judi- cial Distiict in and for the county of Puna Teniiory of Arizona: EJivard Field and Horatio S. Sanford, plaintiffs, vs. M. Gray, ct al. The motion of Robert J. Winders that the writ of restl tution issued herein be withdrawn, and Ihe same be vacated and set aside, etc., havinir been regularl, heard before me at cham bers in Tucson, A. T., pursuant to nolice, William Herring, Esq, appearing for the moviriK party, and Thomas Fitch Esq . for the defendant. After hearing argument of counsel and considering the same, and on examination of the plea and records, it is ordered that said motion be and the same hereby is denied, and the older heretofore issued herein staying said writs of execu tion is vacated. Tccso.v, A. T., April 8th. 18S2. jJ W. II. Stilwell, District i ; MM-'AI, NPMXTUUH.; Llnt Is over. Ladies, read City Items to-day.! Two car loads of whisky were esterd-.y by P. W. Smith & Co. A sehils of monthly social e il are about to be Instituted by the the Episcopal chu.ch. Read Dillon & Keniiellv's mac advertisement in to-tliy's Epita then go and call on them. Unclaimed telegrams' for J. pj A. White, Edwards, Joseph GutM Lsprena, are at the loc d office. The happiest man in Tombstone is Joe ' cnoir, the popular furniture) who has just been made tho proudj of a ten-puund boy. A copyof the annual report of tl on public schools has been recci the Epitaph, for which .Mr. Geo. principal, will please accept our till The Epitaph extends its th-mkl Episcop.il society for a beautitul ofEister llowers, which were a u 9 adornments of the altar during vices vesterday. If the gentleman who broke inl cabinet in Ike's keno room will. around this evening he will be prel Willi two more Chinese ditc and ha set complete, as he is known. Adobes, stone and other buildir tenal were be ug hauled fop election ot the Episcopal jesterday (Sand iy). Tills is undoui upon Ihe principle "the better the do better the deed," but it Is not tea Tombstone to keep holy the Sabbath The people of the Piesbyterian cl have orginized a choir composed ol' Jus. .McCoy, alto; Mrs. Z. II T.iyU? prano; Alexander Hill, teuor; and P. Clum, basso. This musical comj will prepare the pieces they are toj t.uthtully, and the-public may expects music hereaiter. niu uti.ichiica Water compauyl which .las. b. MtCoy is supcriutcnq have completed ten miles ot 7 inch fiom the reservoir. Water is run llnoi this eveiy night in order to keep tfic clear. They have Ihrte miles of 51 pipe to lay, and about lourtetn mile the "inch. The company expect tii ready lor business in about thirty d.isJ Mautin Mahonky and Martinez arrtste.1 vesterday morning for then tempted robbery of a pistol tr"m a pa named Mcliugh. The trial occupied! court all day to-day, and was not compjl when oar tcpjit closed at 3:53 p m. Mi-Ssiis IJvsmno &S11.VVV, confecti ers on Fourth street, made glad the hci ot the Epitaph force today by alibi quantity of ice cream. From this til toiwanl they will kt-epasupply constanj 011 nauu. Washington Court (?) itcception WusMojtou Sunday lkrnld. The necessity of a new or grcatl enlarged White House was nevl more apparent than 011 Tuesday everl ing last, when :i crowd of 4000 peolj pie were pushed through and out 1 the mansion, i .issing the tloor oi tho Ued Room was as dangerous ; rounding Cape Horn for a navigator and from that deep funnel of a doori way leadliii; thence to the lilua lioom peo, le vver shot into the chic magistrates presence with crimson and pirpiring countenances and wrenched garments. That doorwavj nas long been known as the ' Fa .Man's .Misery," but a Bernhardt would have cried out on Tuesdav night. Uesides the new executive! there was a atheriug of the ole regime in attendance 011 Grant. Thfl ex President was surrounded bv suchl old friends and comrades us ex-Sec4 reiaues Fish, lfobesiii and Bi-lknap e Attorney General fieri epoutl Ueucials liabcock, liadeau and Liealfl Colonel Fred. Grant, and ex Collector Arthur, whom all this multitude had come to shake hands with. The ladv assistants were richly and becomingly attired, anil some must exquisite toi lets were seen 111 the istinruishec company that remained in tho Blue pathir. .Mrs. Grant's white satinJ with its marvelous point-lace dra pei its, and her large pear shaped pt-ans nave ail been described, like wise the coronet and butteifly of dial inonds that she wore in her hair, midj ihe heavy India bracelets that vvere presented to her by some nabob of ihe bast while on their travels. Mrs. Senator MoLMiersdh's dress was otic of exceptional b"auty, heavy white satin duchess being combined with lustrous satin, embroidered with llowers in white silk. Mrs. Hale's black velvet robe had the petticoat striped with pieces of antique Ven etian lace, worth a fortune in them selves. Mrs. Craig Wadsvvorth's toilet was a regal affair of pansy col ored velvet combined with " lilac rhadames, and pant Is and floiunc s of ecru guipure lace, and a buckle and riviere of diamonds at her throat matched the brilliant solitaires in her ears. Itti'-ilMMlB Bey and Martinez, of a pistol from before Judge Wal- nil!