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DULY EPITAPn: 'fOMBSTONE. ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY II, 1887.
OAILY TOMBSTONE EPITAPH A N D COCHISE COUNTY RECORD. JOHN 0. DUNBAR, Editor and Prop. Fourth Street, Bat. Promont an I Allon Tombstone, Cochise County, Arizona. te ttI!ltSIRini PKHt! BttUy (delivered by carrier) per week. Pailr one year .$10 ca Daily six raontlis. ., 5 w Dally three months 301 Batered In the To-nbstone po-toftice as sec oad class matter The BPITAPH 19 the only dally news pr publlshod In Ooohlaa Oohnty . CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. The Sunday law did not seem to meet the approved of the unholy cusses in the legislature. There will undoubtedly be a Mirnn contest over the bill to abolish tlw office of Superintendent of Public Instruetio i Fisher, of Ya apai, must have had i bad attack ol the measles, juduinR f" bis antics. Drake of Pima in the Council, and Smith" of Maiicopa in the H u-.e, 1 ly represent the Republican patty of the Territory. The Legislature ought, in sclf-pro.ee- " tion, enact a law to ptoiect the people from the onslaughts of Firish and Fisher. They ought t be suppressed. i . .. i Jp the Council hate the best interests of the tenitory, at heart they will abolish the office of commissioner of ininugra' ti.on, as its continuance is only for the purpose of benefiting Tom F.irish in his ffjbrts to control the politics of Arizona. The Epitaph docs not believe that our Councilman will ever vote to confirm Tm Farish if Zulick should appoint him to the office he atpires to A little in harmonious action at times within the party. lines prevents disastrous afier re lulls. In other ord if the Democracy desire success 111 the next camp iijjn they must send Mr. Fansh to the. rear The craze, which .1 ceit nn element in this country mistake for genius, or lead trhip, hvd some of these villains to com mit acts wo ch would shame a Kussitn Nihilist. One of these fiends in search f notoriety, in San Francisco, last night, committed a deed which should exclude the.sun from his vision for the rest of bis, natural life. His name is Dr, Hodges. He deliberately threw a can of powder among the audience at be Patti concert, whirh was crowded to its utmost capacity This practice of throw iag explosives sheuld be stopped. Chi cago put a quietus upon it in that city Now San Francisco should do like wise. The bill introduced by Fisher of Yava pai in reference to ctttlc men is an insult to the intelligence of the people of Aiiz ona. He invites affidavit men tft i ome forward and inform upon a man nho is the owner of stock. We desire to ask Mr Foster what the object is in competing cattle men to perform something which is not asked of any other taxpayer? Is not the tmn who herds his Mock on our mesas as honest as the man who deals in merchandise? Why ask him ihen to take oath as to the properly he owns and then Jiold out an inducement to some affidavit hound to come forward and in form upon and advertise him to the world as a perjurer The simple fict of the: matter is that this man Fisher is eith er a knave or a fool. Probably both as this bill of his is the essence of rascality and we cannot but believe but what the house will kill it on its first appear ance. Yavapai ought to be proud of this fellow as he must necessarily be an or nament to her society and a shinning light in her Legislature fnk plan of the administration is to make Tom Farish Commissione r of Im nifcratiOn with the $4,500 which is al lowed by,the territory to carry on the of. fice. He is to purchase the I'hcnix Ga zette and conduct it for the purpose of be-oming the Zulick administration, Bro. McNeil quietly looking on and wondering where the $7,000 is to come from with which to make the purchase. 1 he legis Iature had better make jn appropriation and buy the governor an organ as he cer tainly will need one if he ever rciches congress. Not even Mr. Briggs Good rich, who is accredited with being the au thor of 'the whole business, cin ride our worthy little Zoo into the congress onal arena. Farish and Briggs can plan but h requires votes to consummate their schemes, and those they cannot get. Place Farish on the Gazette, if ou de sire. Make him Commissioner of Immi gration and strike out to control the poli tics of Arizona, and see where nu will Jandl The free-born citizen of Ar zoti.i cannnt be hnidwmked li either Turn Farish or Briggs Goodrich it to 'linking an idol out of such timber Govern- r Zulick, so they might as v ell drop the propoiition, for if they don't it will fill Tory hard of its own account TELEGRAPHIC. Patti's Concert In 'Frisco, Disturbed by a Crink. Tha Vexatious Labor Troubles Still Continue. Diphtheria Eapidly Increasing in San Franoisco. Dr. Holub and Party Murdered by Savages. (Associated Press Dispatches ) COUNCIL. I muling BUI. spt.hl to die I'riTAi'H. PR SCOTT, Feb. io Blinn introduc ed a bill enabling counties to iund their outstanding indtbtness: The Code Commission b 11 concerning lulls, notes and written instriinents, also bill con cerning convinces of real property al so an act reining to proceedings in claim and delivery also n act relating to affidavits and others Anderson, of Piml, introduced a b 11 Irom the Code Commission concerning evidence. House bill cutting down the salary of the Terntori il Secretan wis referred to Committee on Claims. HOUSE. A Teuieralr Kill. bpecul 10 the Eiiriil PRESCOir, Feb. 10. Ashursi intro duced u bill to prohibit the s le r-1 liquor within one mile of constructs n camps on railroTds. This bill has the appear ance of special legialatton. Andrew'-, bill rep .ding dn at creating the Terntoml Mihtut, -lso an act abol ishing the office of Suprintendant of Pub lic Instruclion. This last measure begot quite a luelv fight some wanted it indcfi nitcly postponed whilst others desired it referred to the Cnmumti r on Educuii n and after a tin r it was so voted by a vote of five to twelve, Leatherwood and Scott of Pima, Ashur t, of Yavapai, and U ores voting no. A Minilny Law. Secial to ihe EriTAril PRESCOTT, Teb 10. McKay, intro duced a bill to prohibit all Ubor on Sun day, mills, mines and manufactories all must stop. 1 his godlike measure was indefinately postponed. Agntnat llrntnl Qnnrkf, Specnl to tfr ElUAl'll Prescott, Feb 10 Wores, of Pitm, introduced a bill in relation to the prac tice of dentestry. Dentists must file dip lomas or certificates received from a Board appointed by the Governor before they can practice. It was referred to the Committee on claims. Holding tsurti Sp-cUl to the f NTAril. Prescott, Feb. 10. The House pass ed the bill fixing time for holding Court m the second judicial district In Yuma tlit. fourth Mondays in March and Sip tembtr, 111 Pin ,1, fir-.t Mondays n April and Oi. ober, in Gila, third Mondays in April nd October, in Maricopa the firs: Mondiy in November. The House are engaged in the consid eration of the Penal Code submitted by the Code Commissioners and will take two days. , bbeeii ItNeai. .Special to the Epitaph. Prescoit, Feb. 10. Scott, of Apache introduced ,1 bill to prevent disease among sheep, The bill is the same as the one recently passed by the New Mex ico legislature preventing Texas fevers among cattle. labor Trouble. New York, Feb. 10. The Evening News extra says: District Assembly No. 49 put on an additional coat of war punt of its conftrcncc early this morniug, and ordered nut cverybods in the beer, ale and porter breweries in this city, Yonk ers, Jere City, Brooklyn, Staten Island and Paterson, as well as the members of the Kccenntnc Association of Stationary Engineers emploved in diffcrnnt factories within its lunsdiciiiin. The order is to go into 1 ffett to-morrow and it is esti mated that the number of men who will -top iviiik in breweries alone will amount to 12,000 The number of those who will be thrown nut b) the strike will rnn tAH INTO THE IHOUSNDS. No exict general eniimtc can be formed at picbt.ni, but it iscertain that if they do quit th it a niajonty of the big factories will h ive to close down. No. 49 claims that on the strength ! assurances that arrangenn nls were being made for the arbitra 10 1 of coil tumbles it rested 0 its oars and lost snmi. ground. Now it intends icaining that giound and to get some niiiie members. I he executive board si the have positive information that some ot the coal companies are pressed lor loans on n uional banks, and bthe. llwit wuh the arrangements they are m.ikn g 111 coiintction with the stop ping ot work ot the employes ofbrewer iss and engmeets the deimnd for coal will grow so limited tint the companies will be glad to come to terms 1 lie os tensible roaso 1 foi ths.se strike- is that brcwLrics ami oiliei inanuuc.ories are Using ' scab" en il. loa repuitir a high offiual ot 49 aJirtihis afternoon, "sou can sa) tha ad stones that the strike was on the point of disrupting and coming to an end, h ive been made through a nusunder standing and 111 tnufictured out of whole cloth. District 49 had simply ttascd pushing mailers lurihtr on account of an idea that the coal c impanies wue about to have ill then differences setllco by ar bitration. We line been undeuded on that point and nou we inicnd to wage battle with a vengeance, nor wi 1 eien lion ol strike stop with measures to be carried out to morrow. It necessary we shall call out men in other lines Dis trict 49 is now determined to fight battle to a bitter end, and instead of meeting defeat nc are MORh THAN LVF.R COtfHDtM of achieving success.. He addtd that settlement with Reading road h id not yet been sanctioned b 49 that it was doubtless made with an understanding, Corbm was to get other companies to Come to the same teim-. He said it re mained to be seen whether Corbm was acting in good filth and added that he was not sure the Reading men will stop work when called out." In a short time the news flew along piers and wharves, and the strikers visible were unusually numerous and much more cheerful than they had been for some das. Jas. L Owcus, master workman of District Assembly No. 49, and Victor Drury went to Boston last night. They are to confer with District Assembly No. 30, of Massachusetts, in relation to a strike, so that Knights in Massachusetts may be called out whenever scab coal is used. 1 (rnukS mirk, San Francisco, Feb. 10. All ofthe papers to-d ly contain long accounts of the explosion of a can of puwderat the Patti concert last night. Later investi gation shows tint a crank named Dr. Hodge, who threw it, had.ro distinct purpose in view but simply wanted to create disturbance, excitement has now nearly died awiy oweing to so little damage resulting, and has given place to astonishment lhat .1 psnicwas averted the houe crowded to its utmostjCapaoty and every aisle was also filled with spec tators a fortunate curcumstance and one which no doubt contributrd to some ex tent to prevent stanpede. was, that the explosion occured when the applause was most vociferous' and partialy destro yed the sound of the explosion. Had the spectators lost their heads and a rush been madejfor the doors, there is no doubt that man would now be mourn ing for their dead. Capital Neiris. Washington, Feb 10 The substi tution of Hammond for Tucker as mem ber of the conference committee on anti polygamy, will not, it is believed, cause any delay in consideration of that meas ure. Conferees will meet to-morrow and indications are that an agreement will then be reached on a bill similar in its principles and piovisions to tint passed by the house. Nineteen working days jemain to the present congress Thir teen annual appropriation bills (including river and harbor bill bills) are not yet ready to go to the President, ten remain to be acted upon by the senate, nineteen require the action of semte committees, five have not, passed the hoiae, and two have yet to make their initial step from the house to commi tee. In addi tion to these last year's fortification bill yet lingers in conference. Mgmior Wur bpccnl To The El ITAPH Berlin. Feb. 10. Advices from Al giers, published in Kreuz Zeitung, have caused much excitement heie. Dis patches sivs: A number of Generals and staff sfficers (eft Algiers to resume their commands in France That four battalions Twelfth army corps stationed at AlgicrLi h we been ordered to hold themselves ready to embark- Prepara tions aie being made at different ports to expedite the shipment of troops. 1 terri torial troops despatches say, are to take the place of bittahons leaving Algeria. The Imperial bank to d ly placed for sale on bourse, treasury certificates to the 'imount of 30 000,000 marks Pacific t'oist fllnlnR StockH. San Francisoo, Feb. 10 Pier, 35; Peerless, 50; B st and Belcher, 9; Crocker, 90; Oplnr, 11 1-2; Hale and Norcross, 5 1-4; Union Consolidated, ....; PotOsI,S; Yellow Jacket, 4 50; Chollai, 7 1-8; Con Virginia, 19 3 8; Gould and Currj, j Confidence, 7 1-2; Siena Nevada, 4 70; Locomoliv, ; S ivagc, 55, L t ih, 6; Mo. nt Diablo, 4; Belle Ule, ass a rd 20 cents; Silver King, dividend, ;; eats. Iiiiliicrlii lurrcntlnc San Francisco, Feb. 10 Twelve new cases of diphtheria and one death from the same were reported to-day llurtlrrcil by .Nalle. Cape Town,' Feb. 10. Traders from the interior report that explorer Dr. Hol ub, his wife and the entire party accom pinying him, hive been m iss-icred by natives. In Impnrlnllnii, Washington, Feb. 10. The Presi dent sent the following nomination to the senate, to be Indiin agent at Colorado River agency, Arizona: Geo. W Busey, Illinois. SB5" Schieffelin Hall THURSDAY and FRIDAY, Feb. 10th and Nth. THE IRISH COMEDIANS, Mirror of Ireland I COMBINATION! Eighty beautiful scenes, with magnificent moon, light effects, including a ety comicil "Bariief & Disguises" Or a trip through Old Sod. Introducing the full strength of the Company in new songs, dances, duets, jigs, reels and comic Irish and Dutch Plays. FUN! FUN FOR AI.LI ADMISSION $1.00 RESERVED SEATS $1.25 CHILDREN soct. Secure Seats at Sol Israel's Baok Store. For Sale- All kinds of choice eggs for sitting purposes. Dark Brown Leghorns, White Leghorns, Golden Id ind. Silver spang led Hamburg. BI ick Langshang and Wyandotts. A viii l; of 15 of these fine eggs will only cost yon S2.50. Apply at the Can Can and give two days notice and all orders will be filled. A. D. Walsh. tf. Can Can. The compliments of the season colds, coughs, catarrhs- -may be effectively delt with by taking Ajer's Cherry l'cctorai., To neglect prompt treatment for these ailments is to risk consumption, which is said to causa one-sixth of the mortial- ty of all civilized countries. Dress goods five, six seven and eight yards for $1 Palace. Dan ana Josie 1ms Not'ce. All parties holding tickets for bread on the American Bakery are respectfully requested to present the same for ex change either at the bakery or to the wagon. w. D. Coleman, Proprietor. THE INTRODUCTION -OIF" Sunn anil Siiiiim S WE SHALL DISPOSE OF THE BALANCE of our WINTER STOCK .A.T GREAT REDUCTION. The people will find it to their advantage to secure some of the bargains, as the goods are yet seasonable Adnof this Winter s Purchase. Pals Dn Goods Store, WIN! & GO., ner (ith aud Allen Streets, old Frcndc f-turid. Cor Dealers in ill KincU of OERIES 1 11 PUKTttD I, S 5 The Best Quality of WINES &. LIQUORS inconstantly on Hand" Best nf treatment accorded to Custnmei Unnecessary Misery. Probably as much misery comes fmm habitual constipation as from an; dr rangement of the functions of the bodt and it is difficult to cure, for the rea 01 that no one likes to take the medicin usually prescribed. HAMBURG FIG were prepared to obviate this difficult), and they will be found pleasant to th taste of w omen and children. 25 cents. At all druggists, f. J. Mack & Co , pro prietors, S. F. m Harris, the Tailor, has on hand a fine lot of winter goods, which he is making at reasonable prices, give- him a call ti Whiskey brings more misery upon the human family than war, famine And pesti lence combined. There is but one rati onal course to persu for the inebriate and that is a treatment that destroys the appetite for rum. Such is the Acme. Read their advertisement in an other column. The California Meat market cornor Alien and Third Streets, Light weights and high prices, nothing on hand, call and be convinced, all. P. M. HlLTOK, Proprietor. ! ' Oan Oan Restaurant. Have always on hand the choicest Steaks, Chops, Game, Fish and Oysters, Spring Chicken and Fresh Eggs. Also Fresh Butter and Milk from the New Can Can Dairy. Open day and night. A. D. Walsh, Proprietor. Gentlemen whose beards are not the tint which thay desire, can remedy the defect by using Buckingham's Dye for Whiskers. Have you a relative or friend journey ng toward the miseries that are entailed by an intemperate life and a drunkard's gravo? If so you can induce him to ac cept the Acme treatment. It involves no hardship. Read their ad. in another olumn. BEE ADSA6E OTJR - tries .A. Robust Health Is not nIw aj i enjoyed by those who worn to possess It. The tawt of corrupted blood may be secretly underminuur tk lonttituiiou. In time, the poUen Trill cr UinU .show its effecti, and frith all tli Mora lirufcnce the longer tt hi bn allowod to pirraUc the nystcrn. Eh pimpl, rty, boil, skin disorder and teiue ox unnatural latitude, or languor, I one of Nature'! warnlngi of tha consequence of aeflect. Ayers Sarsaparilla 1 the only remedy that eon be reUcdupe. In all eases, t eradicate the taint ef bered Itnn disease and the special eomyUoM of the blood. It is the only jJterjUre that U sufficiently powerful to thoreagUy cleanse the system of Screfulena an4 SIcrcurlal Impurities and the poltaUen of Contagious Diseases. It alM M trahzee the poison Ift ky Dlnktheri and Scarlet Fever, and eable rpW recuperation from the eefeehleimeat aae) debility caused by theie dleeeae.' Myriads of Cures Achieved by Ater's SARaAlMKlLlu, hi tho past forty j ran, are attested, and there ts no blood dlsciue, st all possible ef cure, that v.111 not yield to it. Whatever the allmenta of thu class, and wherever found, from the aeurvy of the Arctic circle to the "teldt-sores" of South Africa, thU rem edy has afforded health to the luSerer by whom it was employed. DrugfrkU ci cry-where can cite numerous eaaet, wrtb- In their personal knowledge, ef remark able cures wrought by It, where aH other treatment had been unavailing, reeple will do well to Trust Nothing Else than Aybr's SirtsxrARn-LA. Nuauraua crude mixtures are offered to the publla as "blood purifiers." which only allor the patient ulth the pretense of rnaqj cheap doses, and with which H is fpJJy tm experiment while disease la ttradily be coming more deep-seated and difflealt tt cure. Some of there mixtures eV touch lasttnr harm. Hear In mind that the enlr medicine that can radically parity lift Vitiated blood U Ayer's SarsaparlUa, mrr-AiteD bt .- Dr. J. O. Aycr & Co, IOweU, w?iSaSfti"Wf DR. FLINTS HEART REMEDY Taka it in Tims, psstr0 K ? countenance is am ou, and who Is mt-Jeci U fjHtls ot liicUiesj, is liable to tudiea death from batft daue. Let h'm take Dr. Fun's Salat Escor before It U loo late. My Dr. Flot's Hurt Sxiost'vow r. ti.va rwvmtul ..nw m.M fit ltd. plcxj, which is usually dependent upon, tUseeaet ui las nevr, u vaxea wnca am any vnusuat. tlona wcro till. Bisssinz of Sleep, jsti who Cndahlmoel.'or hcrsel! unable to sleep Bight, ta an inraluabta tnedirlne, irhlch will not only proeia tho Utu.rg ol sleep, but rU pnml a fttapst trcalonf d-a of the tyska. ' ---' M DnKrsMi . J1.KX . DescripUre treatiseirtth eaefc ecuio ; or auagcas HAMBURG FIGS. : There Is bo remedy whMi east rlral Hamburj Fits for tie not ef habitual constlpatioa, JadlMsv wHMMmr uua mju. MUKvwwna.i lamr ff Aity action is as prompt ana enmant as taatr tease Pleasant 25ctnta. At all Druffjlats ; or address j.j.maok&oo; and 11 Front St., Baa FraaotaM, aU 1 v.