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-525SHHS2SHS5! 1 ,A I 7 " f '. r F Daily ToRbstohib ErrrAPa AND Cooiiuk Coumxt Kbcokd. nmimn wci: jMrjCDeUwribroMrfe.). S&otntip week I)UyonjeT ''J-.- illy, li months ? BMlr. threu inonth ",iJil Entered In the T-ratone Poatoffloa M looond elui Matter J. O. OUVB VII. VAntr Prm freatiat mreet, Opposite :ity Hall. TabiUno,ijhlOountv. ArfioniJ MTY AND C0U1TY OFFICIAL PAPER It is reported in Washington that , $760,000 has' been subscribed by the Bell , tehphone interest to drive Lamar and Garland out and down Cleveland's ad- ministration. Jiijrjra From a special dispatch in our tele graphic column, it will be seen that the Mexican want Mr. Geronimo. Cochise county also may very likely put in a claim to this gentleman shortly. .We have received number I, of thr 1. Salt River News, a weekly, published in the beautiful and fertile valley of Tempe," Maricopa county. The first number is printed on thr "half shell," fwii.? to non arrival of material. The new journal starts in with a dig at Phenix and its "Grand" Arizona Canal. A Washington dispatch says that thr department of state has directed an in vestigation to be jnnde, of the circum stances attending the killing of Captain Crawford, by Mexican troop. It is t be hoped that the investigation will tx made thorough and that Crook's damn able policy in using Apache .scouts will be fully ventilated. Ex-Governor Smith, of Virgin!, the father of Fred Smith of this city, is lyiny dangerously ill at his home in Warren ton, Va. This venerable statesman will be 90 years of age at his next birthday. He has filled various resptinsibls office!- with great credit and ability, and will leave as a heritage to his children name as lasting and as honorable as any of Virginia's noble soas. The EriTAPH trusts that the old hero will survive the trials of many years to come. A great many hard things are being said of the -Mexicans who attacked Crawford's scouts. It must be remem bered that these people have suffered terrible provocation. How long would Americans have submitted to the same outrages from, Mexican Indian scouts? As we remarked yesterday, had Craw- ford not been killed, the people of t territory would have been glad if tlj Mexicans had slain everyone ofCra ford's scouts. The Star has already commence hurrah for General Crook, for his g ftius victory over Geronimo. Those nle-diluvian, fossil, journalistic par the Star of Tucson and Courier oi cott keep ladling out nauseous General Crook, one for the .purpose getting him to favor the removal of an headquarters to Tucson and the othei try and induce him to keep them Whipple. These two journals ough cease misrepresenting the sentiments our people. - The terrible effects of the late cold spell in the east will do much to encour age immigration to this land of perpetual sunshine. Eighteen persons are known to have been frozen to death.in Kansas, during the late storrp. At Dodge city, two young ladies were frozen to death, while passing from .their own house to another, on the same street, and two men in a stable were unable to reach their residence, fifty "yards away, having to remain in the stable all night. Look on that picture and then look. at Arizona. The Epitaph would be pleased to see Geronimo apprehended by the civil au thorities and forced to stand trial like any other outlaw or" murderer. It is a peculiar country where there is one Utv for a white man and another for an In dian when both are guilty of the same offense. Equality before the law is the boast of the American nation, but we dislike to confess that is an idle empty assertion and has no foundation in the administration of the laws of this terri tory. Probably there is no other por tion of the United Sutes where the military law predominates over that of the civil. There is no doubt that Ariiona's dis play at New Orleans has done much to attract outside attention to the resources of the territory. The New Orleans cor respondent of a Cleveland paper says: There is an evident feeling in Louisiana, particularly here in New Orleans and more particularly still among Northern settlers, looking to emigration to the territories, New Mexico and Ariiona seeming in favor. The Arizona commis sioner hopes to win something of the possible fruits in return for his labors. As soon as these Indian troubles are over we look for a very large immigra tion of practical settlers from the east where they are just beginning to discover that we have advantages in soil and cli mate equal to southern California with mi at om-fifthf ihc price asked thcrt. TELEGRAPHIC. The Mexicans Will Prob ably Claim Geronimo. Big Snow Storm In the State Of Virginia. Senator Stanford Talks of Pacific 'Railroads. Sarah Althea Cannot Contest Senator Sharon's Will. Stock Recovered from Apaches To lie Claimed. IIAHSOC1ATRD fRBBS OI8PATCBES. li'a No U.e, Msrmli. Scecial to the Brrnru.l San Francisco, Feb. 4. The Sharon will contest was brought to a close yes terday, in the probate court, Judge 'Cof fey declaring that Sarah Althea Terty had no interest in contesting the will, and it was admitted to probate. Death of An Officer. Ipocli! to Uo Ermr-ii. San Francisco, Feb. 4. -Lieutenant Commander M. Cutts, while on a visit from Mare Island to relatives in this city, was suddenly seized with interval hem orrhage on Tuesday night, from which he died last evening. The deceased leaves a wife and two children. H.me Weather. (Spt.ltl t the Erinr. LYNCHBURG, Va., Feb 4. Snow has fallen since Wednesday noon to a depth of twelve inches. All railroad communi cations are interrupted. Reports from the southwest portion of the state indi cate unparalelled snow storms, and report inow two toihreeJi ' toeavrercA tuck. SyuUHsU Ermra.l WlLLCOX, Feb. 4. Captain Wood, commanding troop I, stationed in the Mule mountains, made a tour of (he Sul phur Spring Valley yesterday, lor the purpose of notifying the ranchers who have had stock stolen from them by the Apaches, to come at once to Fort Bowie and receive their- property, as all of the horses stolen from the settleis had been recovered and are now in the hands ol the authorities. Geiorlimo and the other nine captives 'camp to-night at Lang's ranch en route to Bowie. Inuiliuniit Klurld'i. New York, February 4. On Satur day evening the board of trade of Jack sonville, Florida, held an indignation meeting over the reports published by the Sun and Herald about the fruit pros pects in Florida. A letter signed by all the principal citizens was telegraphed to Charles A Dana, denying the statements made in his paper. They say more than half the orange crop was frozen, equiva lent to a joss of a million dollars and some young trees were killed, but grow ers are not discouraged and the loss, though heavy, will be widely distributed and comparatively easy to bear. Manfr4 Pacific Railroads. Cincinnati, Feb. 4. A local paper has a long and interesting interview with Leland Stanford, under Washington date in which facts about Pacific railways and the Pacific slope are d'scussed. In answer to the question as to wheth er the building of . vbm) railioads to the Pacific ocean affected the Central Pacific's passenger and general transom, tinel business, the governor said: "Yes. very much, indeed. Business across the continent does not g:ve uu much con cern. The Central Pacific has become a California railroad in the main. For n little whiU w did have pretty much the ' lBMV whole business acroi s the country. All was subject, however, to competition on the steamship route by Panama. Now there are to the PacifVc ocean the South ern Pacific, the Atlantic & Pacific, the Northern Pacific and the Canadian Pa cific. There are at least four other railroads dividing the business. The Atlantic & Pacific has Us agents in San Francisco soliciting through business on the same terms as ourselves. You take a train to or from California and you will be apt to find .1 good many empty seats where years ago trains ran evenly full." MtiKlHtone niid rnriiMl. Dublin, February 4. The Freeman's Journal states that Gladstone has agreed with Parnell to join forces in parliament for the passage of a bill which shall es tablish a native parliament in Dublin to deal with Irish affairs. BUTTER! BUTTER! Received by last niffht.'s Ex press smother lot of that fine. Creamery and Ranch Butter ft Fitts Bros., Allen street between Fifth and Sixth. GREAT CLOTHING SALE t SummerilRld Bros., com mencing Frbruary 4th and continuing until the 12th. The "beat quality of gentle men's clothing will be sold regardless of cost. Parties desiring fine wearing apparel will do well to make their selection at once. 1, NOGALES, A. T. This Hotel contains all the latest improvements to make it com fortable and guests will bo accommodated on the American or European Plan. Headquarters for Business Men and Commercial Travelers. The liar is supplied with the finest brands of Liquors and Cigars. Htttblc; In connection with Iho Ho'je. SWAN P. NELSON, Proprietor. HENDERSON. UCSON, ARIZONA. Will pay the highest p'ice for COCHISE COUNTY WARRANTS. Corres pond with him before selling. Collection Promptly Attended to. CORRESPONDENTS: J. W. Seligman & Co New York Anoi.o Californian Bank. ...London, England and San Francisco, Cal. Merchants' Loan & Trust Com pany Chicago Massachusseis National Bank Boston Bank o" Commerce St. Louis Seligman & Stettiieimer Frankfurt nn M.iin. Germanv Altman & Stettheimer. . . Berlin, Germany Seligman, Freius & Co ...Paris, France D. HENDERSON, Tucson - - - - - Arizona. ip 324.Fremont St.. Tombstone. STAPLE and FANCY QUOOKMES, Choicei Brandt of Kentucky Whisky, and grain ofal kinds kept cons Untly on hand and sold at loner prices. Eif A fiill lli.c of Assayers' Snppllcs constantly on hand. PRANK It. AUSTIN Proprietor. 0 K CORRAL, Livery & Feed Stable nKANSIKNT STOCK WELL CAItBI) FOB I Uood variety of Htureleii, CnttUuxt inA Wagons, with tittniB tn mr.trh. ICIgven-puesengo excursion coacn, cuunnio 10- picnic or oUier tartlet. Orders rent bv mall or telc?ranh In. statute will be promptly attended to. .John Jloutgonicry, J'roprlctor. Cosmopolitan Hote HllbO, mi Cash Store 1843. TH BEST COMPANY. Ipg6 THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW -A.ssets RICHARD A, McCURDY, . President. J. V. VICKERS Agent. The Oldest, Largest, Strongest, Safest, AND CHEAPEST COMPANY In which to insure, its large dividend returns reducing the cost of Insurance below that of any other Company. .. r' It is the best Company in which to insure, as it combines all the advantages of age, large and select membership, financial strength, absolute security, and the cheapest insurance that is honestly possible under any contract which has a definite value to the beneficiary. , Its new policy is the most liberal ever offered by any. Insurance Company. It places no restrictions upon Travel, Occupation or Residence, after being two years in force. Being non-forfeitable and practicably INCONTESTABLE. IT PROVIDES A LEGACY ISTot Jl Law SuLit. It is the simplest and most comprehensive form of insurance contract ever issued. If the policy-holder pays his premiums, while he lives, the Company will piy the full value of his policy when he dies. IT IS PURELY MUTUAL ALL CASH. No Premium-Notes or Loans. The premium-note or loan system means increasing cash payments and de creasing Insurance. Those who desire Safe Life Insurance at Lowest Cost, are invited to apply to - J. V. A. B.Forbes, General Agent, SMUatiom Street, Ban Francisco, Cal. SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW! The Pacific Coast Takes the Lead ! JUST RECEIVED AT HERMANN A CAR Wieland's Genuine California LAGER BEER "ST LAGER BEER. This is an entirely new article, and is considered by judges far superior to finy: thing yet made in the East. Clear as Crystal! No Headache! A SPLENDID TONIC. Warranted to Keep the Healthy Well and Cnre the Sick. Without exception the finest Beer in the world. Everyone says so. Not even Germany, the home of good Beer, can show so magnificent a beverage. Always Fresh on Draff; at My Saloon. I will also Sell it by the Omj.-thiru Barrel at $7, or by the Dozen Bottles. $3.50, Terms Cash. "-""" HERMANN LEPTIEN, Sole Agent for Tombstone and Vicinity. GO EAST YIA THE TEXAS & PACIFIC RAILWAY, The Shortest Route From El Paso to Galveston, New Orleans, St. Louis, and ALL EASTERN POINTS. Titt for All Points in Eiiropliy All Lines Only Line Running Solid Trains Through Prom Doming to St. Louis. Passengers will receive, informatioa as to fluil'ni; of hieamtrs by applying to tho Trftvellnir Passenger Agent of the Uiunp-uiy at the Texas & Pacific office, under the Centra) Hotel. Solid trains run through to St. Louis with Piillm-iti bull tit cars. Through leeping cars to New Orleans. Pates as Iow as Any Othor Liv.e. E. SiiBritAnD, Afient, El Paso. J. A. Wiuor, I'rnv. Kn'-i & l's. Act., El Paso D. W . McCulloch, Gen'l Pass, and Ticket A (it , Gulvcston OscAn G. Murray, Truffle Manager, Main-Mop, Tax. YORK. $105,000,000 IT IS THE- VICKERS, Agent, ; Tombstone, A, T. LBPTIBN'S, LOAD OP as I FRANK C. EARLE, Asaay oBee and Mot-darjilcjU Lab iratory, 0ee apposite Ity Uall, si Freaaat Street. D. McSWEGAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Ponrth Strcer, Opposte OccJ- dental Hotel, Tombstone, - - - Arizona. Judges, lawyers and Editors All patronize Harris the Tailor. In fact the elite of the city are the patrons of Harris, thePonrth Street Tailor. The Young Beam Of Tombstone who are desir ous of looking' natty in the eyes of .their sweethearts, should have their clothe. made, by Harris the Tailor. FORSALE Two Houses and Lots, No. 218, on Eighth street, below Fremont. This property will be sold cheap. For partieu lars, enquire on the premises, oratG.. Bradshaw's Salooa. County and City Warrants and Jurors' Certificates, ac cepted accounts against the City or County bought at the highest market price at the Cochise County Bank. THE DELMONICO. . Nogales, A. T. T. J. Cunningham Proprietor1 Miss Nellie Cashman Manager This Hotel has Ijeen thoroughly re-. novated. The best table in the territory. Clean and com- portable beds. Bit supplied with the flneit Ltqnora and Clgart, Smelting and 1 .Sampling works at Deminr, N. M. For full information ap ply to 'M.G. FAGRIE, Agent. Tombstone. Oflleevrlth Jndxe Hob. taaon.un Fourth Htreet. & DKALEUS'IK GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Custom Horise' Brokers and Commission Merchants. Ca;tom Houee p p- made out with BeatneM and dlepitch at rewonable figures. Good Meal and Lodgings., FEED STATION. One day' drive 'torn Tombtn, Rlvlnz ample time to to transact bujlni-nn wilt the CatUra Uoqte. COEt.,V7rjP Wrestling Match BETWEEN PETER SCHUMACHER .AND PROF. DAN MILO For .9100 a Side. The Match will take place on Satin day, February G, 1886 ....AT THE.... Bird Cage Theater. . Cod IONS: Tbi will be declared tho victor. falJi ADMtHNION: To tha Floor.. NOTICE Rennmg u'oflpy MARKS IffELL Rcrvi Hmtt.. Meta $t 00