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: c s-' V hn ssaggg. jfe $ TOMBSTONE EPITAPHjpyfg r ny FUBUeHED VSY SllAT BY S.C JUOu , One year...... 00 Six months. - z Delivered by carrier to any pat t of the city lor Si cents per month. tsrxta the Italian nnplealantness be gan Italians of -New York City hate been taking out their second paper at the rate of throe hundred per day. Tux Southern Pacific Co has decid ed to put a quartet of a million dol lars into the rod in Arizona. Thi does uot look as though the road did not care for Arizona's trade. TilR largest dutiable iiem last yest wa placed on the free list by the M Kinley bill. It i risal EMM and kin dred vegetable fibre of which Mexico furnished the United States last year oyer 5,000,000 worth. Biros Fava h mid be recalled ot taught the English language. He said that he misunderstood BUine's note, which canned all the trouble between Italy and the United State. The county of Cochise will soon h on a chMi bais. All of the nulslandim warrants will l oalled in by June 1 1892 after which an interest bearing floati ig indebtedness will be a thinp of the past. Tucson will entertain Harrison il he can be induced to stop there. It wonld certainly be a proper thing for him to look at our local Siberia t which he has banished so many mni bcrsof his political family on full C. P. Svkes is in N-w York try ing to raise money with which ti to build a big hotel in Tucson. Tin Tombstone citizens are meanwhih subscribing to bnild a first clasr hotel in tliis city with home fords. There is a degree of confidence it the lattf r proposition which is grati It nii.clit lx a j? hlea for Arizon to contract with Italy to stir up thi U. S. supremo court on the qnestiot' before it of the legality of the lo law. Our jiils are full rt criminal and inwictnt n.es charnd with crime They hould have a hearing befon they grow white haired. Front pres ent.indieAtiona they will remain wh-r they are tor yar or two longer tinlea a natural le.ib Cfiiies to their relie'. The county irtTKHrer' report fortlw quarter ending March 31st shows th following 1-aUnces: General Fund m,1S3.0 Schotd &fi282i Conting't , $1,381.6 Ter. , , $938 Salary $53.7f Wm. H--ynp, cusrams broker at PalomSna?, came up fron that plr laetnijjlit. A newonler haa been t-ro-mulpaicd making it ohliksatory tltion importers t end their manife! aheaI tf lh-ir -arg where its valu exceeds 1 100 This law is an old one, but has never before been carried in to effect. Jimmy Niclioln who was accidenth shot at Bisbee, is not out ot dange yet. The man who shot him was no named Taylorbut was George Walker whose reridr nca is in Sonora. AValker was put under rret but was not loci etl up. Yeftenlay mominsr about ? o'clock he walked ont o town, hut wre he went is not stated. He if theprincipal witness for the proecti ticn in the beep smuggling cae nom on Uil inTorson in which Cuntmiujis and-VliineY ari defendants. Hr. Likes states Dial tin? horves on tho Barhaconiari range are neailyall afScted with the epizootic. Hie symjw toms are loss of appetite, fever ouS slight running at the nose. Thost who have experienced the more arii tocratic illness known as la grippt will recognize the symptoms as about the came. ATa'rge nan.Trf fruit trees have been .planted tliis spring by the Copper Queen C npo t jir Uwl jn (H ut er u1pot Sneteg vatley. This tract will eeo.al.y In colonu&tjyy thrifty familiea. JL Vt. Jfjujelegren baa opened s butcher shop iu tlie building recent!; occopi! by Bb Henneesy. He kill, bis Laelj5ft the r-nch and brings it ti CPmnbuione and asks a share of tb atronage ef tu eULteas of Tomb- -tose. CLU. to nit I-OsrBCTDB.) Washikotok -The supreme court affirmed Ihe judgment of the Cinoii atti court of th United States for thn dUtrictof Colorado n faynr cf tho Maxwell ljind Grant Co, in a sait brought against that company by the Interstate Laud Co, to recover a large belt of land in Los Alamo, county, Colorado. In the course of an opinion by Justice Lamar, the court holds that th question affecting tho validity or the Maxwell Land grant is no longer open; mat me action 01 congress, it the land department and of the --?-. oou'ts have settled that question for- j "- greatly discussed in the capi ever. In order to acquire title to any j tais of the various counties. The great- part of the Maxwell land grant, the court holds that claimants nust show a grant from the Mexican government mte-dating that under which the Max ell company holds title. Loxdoh A sensation was caused in the lobby of the house of com mons this evening by a rumor that Mr. Parnell had been privately mar ried since the O'She divorce ptoceed ing. According to this rumor, the lady whom Mr. Parnell married is not Mrs. 0'5hea. Mr. Pixisaht Quiet prevails in the coke regions tody. There has actually been no disturbance ot any kind. Tlie first real attempt to start the work since the riot, was made tliis morning, and by actual count there were foriy men at work and it was evident that a majority of them were old employes, as they drew out iOodcoVe and did it in excellent hapeThe men were not interfered with n any way rthile going to work. It eeius that the strikers are too badly frightened tudnturb any one at tin ,reent time. Salt Lake The Castle Kiver Val ley railroad has filed article of inror p artion. Tlie capital stock is $1,000 0J0. Th- estimated cost or tlie road i $500,000. The road starts from ?ric9 station on the Rio Grande west ern mad in Errrry county, an I runs t-i Pittsbu.ir, in lhecu-1 fork ot Cot loitnood Canyon Loxrwx. The Times Borne correi ondent aays: "The arrival of ti'e tex f Baron Fava's firnl note showed that tie misunderstanding wa due to Mr. Blaine's interpreting tho demand for n rial as a demand for conviction. The m'n'utry is indisposed to push the matter leyond a !emand for a recog nition of the principle of international jusiice. The excitement has entirely subsided. HLE5A. A great cave in the 3Iul lan tunnel, eighteen miles wet of this place, on the Northern Pacific, occur- ol yesterday mnrntng. No estimate f the extent of the damage can be nitd until engineers arrive and make an examination. Tlie tunnel is about oie mile in length. The caving of the t innel was causal by heavy rains. NfiwYiittS Sixteen more Italian were ordered relnmed to Italy loday by tlie Suirinlendent of Iromigra ion. Tlie caue for barring the men from landing, were that they had ome contagious diseases, other lironic loath-ome disease and other because they had neither money or friends, Rome The total valoo of the mer chandise exported from Italy to the United Slates in 1S90 in 124,200,000 of WJfch amount Sicily and Naples sent twelve millions which- was -mainly in frUit. Nxvr Oalkaot ItaHana are fleeing from thi city in large numbers, torn of thf m io a destitute condition, Trey seem to think that their government will cot protect them. KoK At A reception given toth college of Cardinals today at the Vac- iU3,;Bi HotisfS tha Pops asked sfci ' Archbishop' 'yalh -who was also present, for sews In regard to the situation of political and religious atTain in Ireland. .The pope express ed great satisfaction at the result of the recent election for a successor to the late Mr. Peter McDonald as rep resentative in parliament of North Bligo when tho Parnelite candidate was defeated. Loxdox Advices received here from several of the principal capitals of Europe show that the polititical situation on the continent's regarded as serious by the leading statesmen and diplomats. Several significant move have been made during the past few days. The action of the Itutuiau authorities in doubling the strength of the llu&rian forces in Vol- est activity prevails among the troops garrisoning the principal fortified places in France. Bbidokp.rt The following bulletin iu relation to the condition of P. T. Bamum was issued from Marina at 8 o'clock this morning: "Mr. Barnum is much worse and rapid I r failing. He will probably not last 25 hours. O. C. Godfrey. (Signed) Hubbaet, Attending Physicians. Later P. T. Barnum is dead. Mt. Pleasant Moorewood pre sented a lively appearance today. Ft.rty men went to work this morn ing making the total number at the ovens about 100. Tlie re was not the timidity among workers that there lims been heretofore. The soldiers are still on guard, but no attempts were made to molest the men who went to work even when they are out of reach' of the soldiers. . Nk-.v Yxkk. Late advices confirm the election of II. Washburn, republi can, fur mayor of Chicogo. Ciieyeske, Wyo., The annual me ing of the Wyoming stockmen tie! J hire yesterday was well attended, prominent cattle raisers being present from Wyoming, Colorado, Montana and Nekraska. John Clay Jr, of Chi- &( fed a president of the meet ing. An address was made by agent Learyof th Uni-m Pacific road, who ca d that 125,000 head of cattle would c mo north thi year and instead of inspecting them at the unloading point, as heretofore, they would be inprcted at the shipping point and not accepted without o clean bill of health. Deraotr, Mich. Returns so far re ceived indicate that the republicans have carried the state by about 5,000 plurality. There are many districts still to be heard from however, and the vote may run considerably closer bat no change in the result is antici pated. Wasihkotox. The resignation of $enttor Edmunds, although not nnex lected by members Q.f his party, has caued a feeling of regret in political circles. Areltlrninl Sliuotln. Jimmy Nichols, a well known fombstone boy, was seriously wound ed by a ball from a 45 calibre pistol at Bishe yesterday. Fr.ltn L. A. En- cle, whojeameover late this afternoon. tne reosrEcrou learns tn-t a man named Taylor, who worked in the Mansion House for some lime, had a difficulty with some one and rushed into tlie Can Can restaurant, where Ni. holgwasat work, after a pistoL He darted for the door pistol in hand when Nichols stopped him a'.d en deavored to take the pistol away. In the struggle the pistol was discharged, the b-li entering Nichol's body in the iroin, prxlncinp a serinus if not fatal tvimnd Tlie 1 all was rxtractid and t patient l"ihR well this morning. W. W. WodnHti returned today from a point on the Bisbee railroad about six miles below that camp, where he has been erecting a large j warehouse fer use of shippers to Son or. The point is aow a station on he road. ' The machinery for the San Paulo niine, atNacosari is arriving aodJrrtreahipped front there by Diii-Ucs's (easts. y,.,. From Tbtirtday'tDaHij." Scott "White left forborne this noon Supervisor Bryan left loMiome thi. noon. Improvements on Allen Street art the oruer ot the day. V. If. Stilwell took his departure yesterday for Ssa FrAnclsCo. The first ollas of the season were ; brought in by Papagoes to-day. " Judge Berry is able to be around again, after a long siege of home con finement. i Miss Lilian McAllister was on tli editorial staff of the lasti.sueot the Normal Echo. Nat Hawke will act u assistant city assessor until the present city r cessment is finished. Tlie Republican says : "J. E Durkt a mining man of Globe is in the c-ii-on business." Not to know where Mi Duikee hails from is to argue oneV set unknown in Arizona. The gold speciae-es which were ad vertised as lost, a few days ti .ce, wtr returned to their owner the following day through the PuosrEcroK ollice. Ihe cottonmood trees around the Occidental corner have never been watered since Ihe fire, three years ag and their foliage ie even more luxtiri ent than that of those more favored b care. Just received The cbideest brand of California Zinfandel, old Port wnei- Sherry wine, Gutedcl wine, Angelica wine and a full line of choice famil qnnrsst Hoefie The board of supervisors wdl meet on May 25th, to canvass the voto for delegates to the constitutional con vention. The appointment of General T. F Wilson, as V. S. Atterney for Arizona fell with a dull thud upon tho esirs if men of his own party. This is not lh first time that they have been hit with the same article. Tlie republicans put Gen'l Wilson to the front, to be knocked down In Mark Smith, in the fsll of '88. Tie old gentleman has been crawling up the political back bne of the party ever since, and has dumb oundedthore who sacrificed himhy reaching tin topmost joint of Its vertebral column. Messrs Jas K. P.llali, B. Frank Hal' attd Master Willie Hall of Ridgwar, Pa., wno ha-e been vUiimg in Tncon during the past week, will leave thi afternoon for a trip through the repab lie ot Mexico. The visit will inclttdi ihe principal cities alone the lines ot raihray travel, making their lnget stay at tho City of Mexico. Tber wil then return home to' Pcnnsyjvs nia. Star. -- ' Otto Poling-i in Tombstone again, after a long absence in California. II has taken several contracts to furni-l complete collections of birds from Co chisecounty. In all his travels dur ing the past year lie not only convin ced himself but others that no seeiioi of the United States contains rtich variety of birds as southeastern AHzo na and especially the Utiorliuca mountains. Attorney General Herring has given an official opinion in answer to th question: "Can a member of ihe 16tl. legislative assembly legally be a member of the constitutional conven tionT" His answer is in the negative, which wiit settle that question ai least. V hen- asked by a representa tive of the Pbospkctos whether Mark Smith was eligible he wonld not com mil himself but intimated that then va a question about that which Mr. Smith could probably answer himself. KUouId Ims Uppeuled. (Glob-Democrat.) The ex-Confederates who are pat riotically offering their ervices to the government to fight Italy or any other power, seem to have no knowledge of section 12 18 United Stales Revised Statute. Tnat section reads: "No person who lias served in any capacity, irthe military, naval or civil service of the eo called confederate states or of either of the states in in surrection during the laic retolliorr, shall be appointed to any position in the army of the United States." This mean thru iJie cs-euifetferat sbotibl 1-e twed only a private of tb United Htatarmy in ca e the tcnilei of their sort ices was ecep:ejj. The btw was p&toed a good while ago bnt is still in force. Il was intended to prevent President Johnson from p poinl!ugrCmrederatto th army and the date nf nactment was July 28, 1SCG. It U wt.il that i hose who are volunteering by wire should know Jut were they und. "'H I nil III IIIHIII ITII MMilll W J I" mm ifamumm OT.S OF ANY PAPER IN THE TERRITORY. "- Z IT IS- THEEEFOE TEE- BEST " '. a3?S2S3 Tf s&m 3&3fiERB&&Ssl&B& S.-1 ? - f -;. -a i HI : '. r. vs,-' - s vl ''.if?'? - T - ii "51irj:.. -- , K- A - 1 . -... ."81 s i- ks; i i- . -' -StJAtaAs" a- ' -. "