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DAILY EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MOKNING, JUNE 9, 1880.
DaiijY Tombstone Epitaph and Cociusk County Rkcoid. aUBscRirtios raici: nti. Uvtrttl bv carrier. 1 25 Cents Pfl week : one year.... $10.00 Ry, six monthi -o thrwi month. 3.00 'Entered la tho Tombstono l'onofflis as second cUji litter .O. DUKBA.U. Eilltnr & Prop. till St., Itctvtceu Fremont nuil Allen. i Torabstono. (iochUo Countv, Atfxonr. i "Italian!!' I the only neiVHpnprr Lrlzonn, with execution of the on Citizen nud Htur, Hint recclvrn ulnr I'rcss IHHpatrliPN. AD COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER Shipments of ore from Mexico to the United States are increasing rapidly. Nearly $1,000,000 worth was shipped through El Paso during May. The Helena (Montana) Independent says the cattle ranges in that territory are getting overcrowded and wants the Indian reservations there opened to set tlement. The defeat of Gladstone's home rule bill will only temporarily delay legislation for Ireland's relief. The ball has now been set a-rolling and no power of Tory or British mugwump can stop it. The Apache County Critic is the name of a new journal published at Holbrook, Arizona, by Henry Reed, formerly of the St. John's Herald. The first number of the Critic is before us, and it is ,1 neat, newsy paper. We wish Bro. Reed suc cess. The Colton claim of J. S. Clark, amounting to $130,000 passed the senate day before yesterday, without a dissent ing voice and its passage through the house is assured without opposition. This claim has been before congress for a long time and has been several times favorably reported on. The Epitaph congratulates Mr. Clark on his good fortune. Bribery and corruption seem to be well established in the Chinese civil ser vice. The inspector of trade at Canton, who holds his appointment for three years, is expected to be able to pay as much as $100,000 "hush money" to the subordinates, surrounding the emperor, and is said to have amassed a fortune for himself besides; all on a yearly sala ry of $2,500; The Star says there are three available candidates for delegate to congress on the Democratic side of the house: Hon. P. J. Bolan, of Graham; Mark Smith, of Cochise, and Hon. P. R. Brady, of Pinal, any one of whom could be elected, and any one of them would represent the Territory with ability and success. If they didn't belong to the Going Out Party there might be something in what the Star says. A few disappointed sutlers are going around growling at General Miles and sighing for the return of General Crook. They may well do so, seeing that Gen eral Crook left' his men comfortably in camp for months together, where they could pour their wages into the sutlers' pockets, whereas now they are in the field all the tine. The people of Ari zona are satisfied with General Miles they believe that he is doing everything in his power. They are building a city lis; and state house in the city of CI huahua, Mexico. Up to the present til they have only employed native Mexic. architects and contractors on this wo but it seems that the nation that or succeeded in constructing such marvel piles as the great cathedral in the C of Mexico, or even that in the cit Chihuahua, is no longer capable of bur ing a common city hall. They had quit work on it simply because nobody the state was capable of superintend: and finishing it. The Chihuahua st authorities have sent an order to the Paso Times to advertise for a compete; architect and builder to come down the city at once and finish the buildii? for them. H. A. Tweed returned last evenin from Phcenix, where he has been in con nection with his appointment a? direct of the intane asylum. Mr. Tweed thinks that the building, when completed, will be a credit to the Territory. The new directors did all that was possil ! for them to do under the circumstances. They organized the new board anil de manded the books from the old seer 'tary, which was, as a matter of comse, promptly relused. This business will be considerably mixed before it gc-1 into the courts, with two sets of directors, one possessing a commission Irom Gnwrnor Zulick and the other set a conin ,ion from ex-Governor Tritle, and nil hands determined to act. To a disintt rested person it looks somewhat muddled, and the end is not yet. The Epitaph trusts that a peaceful solution of this question will be arrived at and the contrai'ors go on and complete their contract. TELEGRAPHIC. Defeat of the Home Rule Bill by 30 Votes. Geronimo at Work in the Mag dalena District, Sonora. The Minister to Persia Hands in His Resignation. San Francisco Visited by An other Earthquake. How Cleveland Spends His Time at Deer Park. (Special Dispatches to tho EpmrH.l Don't Like Fertla. Washington, June 8. F. H. Wins ton minister to Persia, soon after reach ing Teheran forwarded his resignation to Washington and the Secretary of State to-day telegraphed him notice of its ac ceptance. Gladstone IlrrenUa. London June 8. The government was defeated by a majority of thirty on the second reading of the home rule bill. The vote was 311 for the measure and 341 against it. Mr. Gladstone moved an adjournment until Thursday and the mo tion was adopted. Dale nt llit Adjournment. Washington, June 8. Speaker Car lisle to-day held a conference with the chairman of the committees of the House in relation to adjournment. It was agreed that a joint resolution should be introduced fixing June 26th as the day, and it is expected the Senate will extend the time, so that Congress will be able to get away the first week in July. The fhlntie Population, San Francisco, June 8. In a pamphlet issued by Labor Commissioner John S. Enos, he gives the total Chinese population in California at 98,640. Of this number San Francisco heads the list and is credited with 43,000, while the least number arc said to be in Inyo and Lassen counties, which are each credited with only 50. Another Trnublor In San Francisco. San I kancisco, June 8. -A sharp earthqeake shook this city about 1 133 this afternoon. It began wtth a slight trembling motion, quickly followed by sharp, rapid vibrations from north to south, and ended in a' series of move ments which gradually became weaker and weaker until they were imperceptible. They lasted fully ten seconds. Ht.-mrnril'i. Work for the Chinese. Washington, June 8. Senator Stan ford has worked among the Senators in behalf of the Chinese Indemnity Bill. He thinks the Government should pay such losses the same as a railroad com pelled to pay for lives lost and property destroyed through the negligenee of its employes. He believes the passage of the bill will have a good effect in com manding to a greater degree the respect and conf.denceofthe Chinese government and thus facilitate the future negotiations Deer Park, June 8. The president ial fishing party was in every way a suc cess. President Cleveland and Dan Lamont drove to the place in an open wagon. The'portion of Deer Creek sel ected was nine miles from Deer Park and it wrs 6:30 in the evening when the fishermen returned. They seemed high ly pleased with the result of the day's sport. During the afternoon Mrs. Cleveland, Mrs. Lamont, Mrs. Henry G. Davis and her daughter, and Mrs. Ma jor Brown took quite alongdrlvethrough the woods back of Deer Park. S. B. Elkins arrived here this morning and will be introduced to the president to-morrow morning by his father-in-law, Mr. H. G. Davis. Mr. Elkins has never met Presi dent Cleveland and their first interview is looked forward to with gome interest. mpMil C-tSB"SiS"pp"B?V .!i m. BB LOCALETTES. Wanted to purchase, a second-hand baby carriage. Cash buyers will be astonished at the low figures Schoenfeld & Hcyman are oBering Fur niture, Bedding, Carpets and Crockery. api4-tf The Pioneer Mills from Flour Sncra mento, at Wolcott & Mrsick's Cash Store. At tho Fountain yon can Cud game flsh, oysters, choice t-teaks, inil fresh eggs, cooked in every style. . Send your ores for assay to Wores & Whitney, Tucson. Gold and silver, $1; copper, $1; lead, $1. Louisiana molasses at $1.25 per gallon also a fine assortment of Louisiana sugar, just received at Toe Hoefler"s. Children's white and colored dresses and aprons, sold cheaper than they can be made up, at the New York Store. 23-iw ' The east against the west, the firm who buys cheap can always undersell, therefore Schoen feld & Herman's Is the place to buy bargains at, apij-tf You can keep cool now, 'Schoenfeld & Key man have got in the largest stock and variety of Refrigerators ever brought here; prices to suit all. Api4-tf Choice lot of dried fruit of all kinds. Eastern Oat Meal, llomlny, Dried Beet, Comb and Extract Honey, etc., at Wolcot & Meslck's Cash Store. Our delayed grass and garden seeds of all kinds have at last arrived, and arc now ready for delivery at Joe Hoefler"s corner Fifth' and Fremont streets. Schoenfeld & Heyman got in on low freights this time. Their store and warehouse will not hold their immense stock on the way; they are compelled to sacrifice goods to make room. api4-tf Cut rates on freights means a rrduction in prices all along the line. Sehoenfeld & Hey man have three car loads of Furniture coming from the east, which they can afford to offer at astonishing low figures to cash buyers. api4-'.f Enterprise and energy is bound to win in the end. That is the secret of our success and the reason why Schoenfeld & Heyman have to day the leading Furniture and Housekeeping store of Arizona. They buy at the fountain head. api4-lf ' Truit trees, small fruits, monthly rosebushes, oleanders and a great variety of flowering shrubs, plants and bulbs, and the combination steam washing machine, sold by J. II. Tuttle, Second street, between Allen and Fremont streets Tombstone. 23-tf For Main or Kent. Two furnished houses of three rooms each, gardens, chicken house, sewing machine, etc Inquire fifth house below the Union Soda Works, on Sweetnut street. A Jtnre Clinncc. Three furnished houses w ith two lots will be sold with or without furniture, one of the best locations in town, for a stram laundry. PJenty of good room for drying clothes, etc For sale very cheap. Apply at 914 Fremont Su 197-tf Occidental Hotel. This is the only first-class hotel in Tombstone. It is handsomely furnished with all modern improvements. Trav elers who stop at this house will find every comfort and attention. Private rooms for commercial travelers at reason able rates. A splendid billiard table and a card room. The bar is supplied with pure brands of wines, liquors and cigars. tf Attention. The members of the Republican Central Committee are respectfully equested to meet at this city on nesday, June 15,1880, as business f importance will be transacted. J. 0, Dunbar, Chairman. A. Atchison, Secretary. j9tf EXCURSION o NOGALES, On the Occasion of the Opening of the ernational Hotel By Mrs.T. A. Jones, of Tombstone. Ion Cart Mill be nltnclicil to the Besnlar Train, Lenlns Fulr buuk at 11 p. 111, oil SUNDAY, JULY 4th. Faro From FAIR1HNK to NOGALES And Return Five Dollars. A Stage will leave Tombstone, con necting with the Train. Special Batei From Full-bank ana Kcliira. A GRAND BALL will be given at the School House, Nogales, on Monday Evening, JULY 5th. Tickets, good to return any time, may be purchased, until Julv 1st, at Cohn's Cigar Store, Sol. Israel's and the Occidental Hotel. T jEE ES Staple en Fine Teas anfl R. P. MANSFIELD, 217 Fifth St. TOMBSTONE, A. T. COCIJISB Hardware and Trading Company, Northeast Corner Allen and Fourth Streets. Large and Extensive Stock op Iron, Steel, Coal, Hammers, Picks, Shovels, Bolts, Screws, Pipes, Bra's Fitting!!, Rope, Leather anu Kiinoer Ileum;, lu'juur ..interns, -quire Limps, rile?, Caps, cotton waste, Goodwin Candles, Ore Sicks and Twin?, Lubricating Oil", Etc., Etc. AGENCY FOR SAFETY N1TUO-POWDEK, FUSE AND CAPS. Nrtils, Screws, Locks, Butts, Bailey's Iron Planes, Barton s Chiels, Linseed Oil, Turpentine, White Lead, Glass, and in fact every conceivable article in that line. 3S 1 t c is. s tti itlis" 3Elt:r a."7sri.:r . Bellows, Anvils, Globe, Northwestern and Putnim Horse Nails of all sizes, Horse Shoes, Eagle Carnage and Tyre Bolts, Iron Axles, Seat Springs, V agon Springs, Coal, Etc. KNIVES AND FORKS AND ASSAYERS" MATERIALS. GrLTDDEN BAEBED WIRE WITH STAPLES. t2TThis is especially a Mining Supply Store, where goods are bought in the East for Cash, at Headquarters, and sold here on small margins. L. W. BLINN, General Mannger. JOSEPH DEALEIt IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Tents, Wagon Covers, MINING SUPPLIES, ETC. Corxser Fifth and Fremont. CHARLES E. -niutxn iv- Stoves, Tinware, Brass Goods, Etc TIN AND IRON ROOFING A SPECIALTY. Pipe and Pipe Fittings, Granite, Ironware, San Jose Pumps, Etc. ise County Bat Tombstone. Ariz. Transacts a general Dunking business LIONEL M. JACOBS, Pres. ALCEltT SPKINGEK, Cashier THE CRITERION Saloon and Club Rooms, DKISCOLL & HEMESSY, Props. ALLEN STREET, Between Fourth and Fifth. J. V. VICKEES, Fremont Street, Real Estate, Mines. Money and Insurance. (Ill Ileal Kstate Bouert. Sold anil Uentcd, Col octlnna made, Tuxio paid, etc. Mlneis llougbatand Sold, aiouey Loans Negotiated and Investment made, lnsurnnco-rire, Accident and Life. NOTAKY PUUL10, r d Fancy Orooeries Coffees a Sue. MINING SUPPLIES. HOEFLER. FREDERICK, KEG HOUSE 518 Allen Street, HENRY CAMPBELL, Prop. CHOICE BRANDS OF Liquors and Cigars. St Louis Lager Beer, English Ale and Porter on draught. tST 3IIXr.D IlltlNK! A SPECIALTY. TEJ THE CAUCRAPH. Tfc8 most complete Writing Hacjipe unit. Fcr Prices, Specimens of Writing, and full Particulars, Address : O. S. SULLIVAN, Office of L. w. Blinn lumber Co. T0M86T0NB, AHI30NA. FttAXK C. EAItLK, Assay & Mstalurg'cal Laboratory, OIHce; MO Fremont Street, Opposite City H-ilL Louisiana State Lottery. DRAWING MAY 12. 1886. Whole Tickets, $5.00, r-5 do., $i.go Parlies taking ico coupons can lime them at S97-5- loo coupons at $150. Prizis can be sent to me and cashed w tlicut dic unt. end money by ch-rk t r Post Offce Order, or C O. D., if desired, addressed to .7. BOAS, Ap't. 420 YIoiitR. nif ry Nt.. . . . , Nhii iuiiIkco, Cnl. .tcritt for tint Itojiu Hr.v rm, Gahn, icklesburg & Go. 129 &. 131 SANSOME STREET, SAN FltAClSCO. Make tho best and most durable BOOTS and SHOES on tho Pacific Coast. Buy no other. NO CHINESE EMPLOYED. CORRAL. Livery k Feed Mb 'pKANSIKNT STOCK WELL UAKKD FOP 1 Good vnrleiy ir Hn2lc, Carriaires ni WajroDs, with tiame to match Etoen-uasi-eni'er excursion cnacb, millalilo for plcnlo or o,hcr purtten. Orders cent by mall or telegraph lor otilfllo will be promptly attended 10. John .llonfironiery, I'roprleter. PONY SALOON! Allen Street. AS UNDKU TUB FOUMKK MANAOK meni, tilt enloon w.ll continue, to retail uoiblmt but he bir-lrM ewd, t ch cave the " ony"mch a el'.-dei-rrved tepnlatlnn. T. B, UlpyV eeli-lraltd Anderson County. Kentucky, (four-year-old .our mab) llnurboii. and J. 1. Albuilon' equally ccb'br led 1 c.i Kettle Iiyc, of the fame age, retailed hi I'.'H cents. The Pony, The Best "Bit" Cigar to be had in the City, a Specialty. T. A. JOIW, a'roprlctor. New Can Oan RESTAURANT, Bank Exchange Building; ALLEN STREET, lietweeu Fourth and Flftb. Have always on hand the choicest Steaks, Chop', Game, Fish and Oysters, Spring Chicken, and Fresh Ejjgs. Also Fresh Hutter and Milk from the New Can Can Dairy Ef p-ii trav ami Alclit. UE Cosmopolitan Hotel, NOGALES, A. T. This Hotel contains all the latest improvements to make it com fortable and guests will be accommodated on the American or European Plan. Headquarters for Business Men and Commercial Travelers. Tho liar is supplied uitii the finest brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigsrs. Livery Stable In connection with tho IIoum SWAN P. NELSON, Proprie'or. ;atarrk-a new TiroiEfm nr.DAVIS'I'nliilcssCsravrhSjnecino destroy i tus LlTlng ParasiteH vthl- U unss trda dls wse, and the UArAltUIX i Cl'HEl). i 1 2 k&) 3 5 6 tTut ttiows Prtrmlta nwffnljlrit 40 ttmcz) The Cure is rermanent, as will bo. attested by patients tretted foi-ryoinuRo with no retn.ncf disease. In CATAE:;iIof Koto on 1 Throat ninety per cent . are c u ted With o-jo b. x of Remedy, whether case be of ona or forty jeirs strndlnj. Price, by mall. 81.00. If lunsaara affected corns. rondenca Is desired. TreaU3eexplalianeInbalatio2 ure for 6tamp. W. X. DAVIS, jr. I). -iSH ll.tiDXlMSfiU LOS ASGElIks, CViL. w A