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rrzzrzs rL J.V,V-' yg- -- " 3 -- "miB . ,..' n " " , V . m "jlWrT'lf"""'" '""'" ""P,TB"W'Tm im -.-. iii "" " ' "'""-'"nii - ' ' ' ' " ' .v. . ii, . L-"" IISL.BMMfcww-w"a,'lllEl,!WBEgffBSS3BB - .l.ij.rp '" "r i' ' "" ' '' ' ?, ,, i ' IBMWMMBMMHBslsisMBMsMslMiaMMMwWMMW" ,, , , . t-sos --sqr -r-- SSSSSsySWWMWWWWSMSlSlSlSlSlSlSlSlSlSlMg- " mi inn im in i il ' ' L "i " ' . - " '. -'t .J. -. m ... -. r...,, ; y BLLtm',.- t ... " " "" i I f? TOMBSTONE EPITAPH, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST i, i$g. lj PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING States Senate Committee on Irrigation " BPBBBMBHB M uf MEEK &. MADERO. Mgt& for Mlirder, Olie Of kota. After avWt to that section the 4aEM J. Vt ' ' ' ivi ' iti committee will go to Montana, reach- I h Fourth Stwet, between Fremont and Allen lUCITl 1 WICC. jng Helena August IHh. Senators B IV Tombrtone. Cochise County. Arizoto. Plumb and Jones, of Arkansas, will II l If T fl ft MAI 1 1 II Til 1 IB. V msmu-kiithm katem join the committee there. mM 11 li I I E mU I I 1111111 I 11 . : ..;:-rZ CANADA NEEDS A SPANKING, fa. flH I L UUIIULUULU I IV l.w -month. . j oo Ottawa, Julv 31. The Cabinet I bh D .vered by Camera for 2? cents per week. .11 3 VHBBOK . i ii Bl !'. 1 J !f 1 ? I 4 f iBf? tNTCMD m THf POST OfTKC At iCCOKLAM HATTLft- LsVSu . - 7'tf ZWLF EPITAPH IS the only Daily Ncwspajter published in Cochise conn- . ly that takes a regular telegraphic prens report and docs not iise "boiler plated Tub government hi-s recently cent back several batches of laborers who came over from Europe under labor contracts. This is carrying the princi ple of protection to its logical conclu sion and will be a welcome application of the doctrine. The one and only objection to the in (lux of British gold, and the conse quent control of some of our great in dustries, is that the interest, or divi dends, on these vast sums will go to England and le a constant drain on this country, and in time will have the same effect on the United States that absenteeism has had on Ireland. The first gun in the constitutional convention election h been fired by the Democrats of Maricopa county, b call having been issued for the assem bling of the Democratic Central Com mittee of tliat county early in Septem ber, to take such steps as are deemed necessary to prepare for the election. That's the kind of politics we like no skulking behind the sjHscious cry of "non-partisan." It is now in order for the Republican Central Committee of Cochise to tike up this Democratic defi. A French scientist says he has found the elixir of life claims that he has experimented with it on his own person and experienced its beneficial action, lie is an old man, tottering on the edge of the grave, and if he can restore his youth it will prove his claim. His elixir is composed of cer tain portions of living organisms, which are to be triturated in a mortar and swallowed immediately. If this will o' the wisp of the .ancient alche mists has been finally raptured by modern science it will cause a break ing up of all religious ideas, consign heaven and hell to the lumber garret of exploded ideas and ojen up to man kind possibilities that have heretofore been considered vagaries of madmen. Councilman Hakdv, in a letter to the Phenix Herald, makes some very ugly charges against the Democratic officials, among them that the Super intendent of Public Instruction got hold of a lot of Territorial money and gambled it off; that Governor Zulick made an offer to pardon any one out of the prison at Yuma for a money consideration, and after some of the prisoners had paid their money the pardons were not forthcoming; that the. cost of removing the insane pa tients from Stockton to Phenix was paid twice, and other charges. Mr. Hardy signs his name, and if the accused parties wish to disprove his charges they can do so by prosecuting him for criminal libel. It is to be hoped, for the credit of the Territory, that the Democrats will take some ac tion to disprove these allegations, and if they fail should join the other crim inalj at Turn. The Senate Committee Will Commence Work Next Tuesda) Other Items of Interest. SPECIAL TO THE DAILY EPITAPH. On September 25tk. HoaTO.v, July 31. The Republican State Convention will I held Septem ber 23th. Stast Klm. Cori'Eiioi-OLic, July 31. The stage was rubbed at Frank Hill this morn ing by two masked men. A Vni Senater. Portsmouth, N. H., July 31. Ex Senator E. A. Rollins died this morn ing on the Isle of Shoals. He was 01 year of age. Hill bf Postpone. Wamiinoto.v. July 31. No appoint ments will be made to the Consul General's department at Apia, Samoa, until after the Samoan treaty has leen acted on bv the Senate. Another Basted Dim. Newark, N. J., July 31. The dam nt Van Hyckle's mill jond at Milium) broke this morning. The water drove hundreds of people from their homes, their household goods and other prop erty being carried away. Heavy Eartbqaait Shed. San Fkanci.co, July 31. One of the heaviest shocks of earthquake felt in this city for years occurred here about 4 :45 o'clock this morning. Peo ple were awakened by the rattling of windows and shaking of buildings. No damage is reported. A Btuble Hangup. Davisvilxe, July 31. Charles Dil ger, who murdered two policeman last August, and Harry Smart, the mur derer of M. Green and wife, were hanged this morning. Smart's neck was broken, but the rope slipped over Dilger's chin and it became necessary to haul him up and adjust the knot and drop him again. A Fake. San Francisco, July 3L A fight to the finish for a purse of $1,800 took place at the California Athletic Club rooms to-night between. Frank 3Iur phy and tire light weight champion of Australia, Billy Murphy. Latek. It is now learned that the fight stopped at the end of the 27th round, the men seemingly refusing to continue the fight. fa Trial ftr PeiMBinj. Liverpool, July 31. Mrs. Florence Elizabeth Maybrick. the American woman charged with poisoning her husband, was arraigned for trial to-day. The court room was crowded. The prisoner pleaded not guilty. Michael Maybrick, brother of the deceased, testified that certain bottles which he took from his brother's sick room did not contain arsenic The bottles were said to contain meat extract and had not been given to his brother. There had' been quarrels between his brother and wife, a woman's name being men tioned in their quarrels Mrs. May brick threatened to secure a separation. meeting yesterday considered the seiz- j lire of llntish vessels by United States cruisers in Retiring sea. A demand will at once be made on the llrilii-h government for two war vessels to pro ceed to Behring sea to protect vessels from the United States revenue cutter Powell. It is believed that several sealing schooners that will tail from Victoria are heavily armed and will ba able to protect themselves, as they start with the intention of not being taken without making a deserate strtigglv. Cnasbt Him San FnA.vri-co, July 31. Captniu L.ee. of tlio detective force. Iia re ceived information from Victoria that William Ix.'ith Ross has been arrested there. Kocs was note teller at the Nevada Hank, in this city, and obtained leave of absence for a few day. A shortage of $1..VK was found in his accounts, and promissory notes valued at over if-'.HtjOOO were al mi.-siiig. The money and notes were found in his ossesr-ion when arrested. Vice President Uigelow, of the Nevada bank, will go to Victoria to appear against Ross. The assessed valuation of property in Mohave county amounts to $1 .330, K3C..77. Jlrs. IL S. Thomas Teacher of piano, organ and banjo. Vocal culture a specialty; thorough instructions guaranteed; instruments furnished for practice. Residence on Seventh street, next to Methodist par sonage. 4 Ah, Then! Call at the Crystal Palace for your six-year-old Slater Whiskey and Old Virginia Rye the finest article ever kept in Tombstone. tf The Can Can restaurant has the finest varieties of fish fresL every day. Nesbit's poultry powder and Forrest cholera cure for chickens. For sale at Wolcott's. tf Peipcr Heidsick and horseshoe chew ing tobacco at Sydow & Kieke's. 23 J. H. White's ranch butter at Wol cott's. tf 52?s Combines the juice of the Blue Figs of California, so Uxatire and nutritious, with the medicinal rirtucs of plsn: known to be most beneficial to the human irstem, forming the ONLY PER FECT REMEDY to act gently yet promptly on the KIDNEYS, LITER AND BOWELS WDTO C realise tn System Effectually, JOTHAT PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH Naturally follow. Eery one is tiling it and all are delighted with it. Ask your druKist for SYRUP OF FIGS. Manu factured only by the CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO, 0 Sam Fcaacitco, Cau ' loctnrtua, Xr. J" w Yeas, Jf , Y ii T LEAVE TOMBSTONE I And therefore ofTer our in the Cor. Fifth & AND FAUGB DRYGOODS AT ACTUAL COST! fdWai ASH Everything and the Better. iMP This is a Great Chance for Bar gain Seekers. SALE IS PRESERVED Come V&y J. MYERS w entire stocks contained stores Allen Sis THE TIE nly! '- MB r Must Go, Sooner the nee & BRO. - i M V tr l ) - ' "t ! "I ' " ' .V. A ,!.--