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,, V01-. VIII. TOMBSTONE ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 5, 1887. N. 105. V .i . .... , , 1 i . 1 ? , -,-' f. I.', 'P. V . if' f .; 13 . , H t,. i DAILY EPITAJPH. BOB DARRAG1TS STAQB LINE. to couatet with" W.vun to'in J 'rIn lYit " t:15 VetocJr a. id. U?tloon3iioiM.JUt'' 'i4 ulu !. ;ll t'clKk . en, Stag t QOiMMt nllQJJuaruw tnln fim K S "jlsok p. B. llMTt for CUwbilco Ihvci i( T . -n. t- 'or Bjit-M Iwvm nr (I n. rn l.wmft Sun.-'Vy). 'Oilw-tiV. AIl.-i .(wl, n-idr OioiJrntt H'.nl. uvm.-i 1 1 )'-. - -'-- m paper la topt on file at U. C. Dake'd , .AvwrtUlBB Agency. 04 and 66 Mor " bnta Xxoh&nse, San Francisco, Cal , " wiser, contraota for advartUlns can bs for tt. LOCAL NOTES. Bisbee is resuming much of ber old iftime airs, Theo. F. White his returned to his , tmiluessin San Diego. , Father Dolje, the Catholic priest, re ' tnrocd from Negates, yesterday. Everything indicates a prosperous sea sua for Cochise county. The Epitaph, gives its readers all the telegraphic news of the country. K. B. Gage returned from his eastern lfJ .visit yesterday. "'' Mark A. Smith is now a full fledged Congressman and a right good one he will make. Roumania is rapidly preparing for war, but does not know whether she will side with Russia or against her. "-' Denver Is the highest of the state "",. capitals being 5175 feet above the sea -to level! ,,ux ,v s : --;" Eighty-four of Yale University siudents ' have, taken the course pn sociology this "Z.fjflie recent explosion of an erohte , near Terre Haute, Ind., was heard for a (distance of six miles. f ; ';rxJ. H. Peto has just received a supply of '0cdne virus. It is guaranteed to be '? frisk. '''sit Fresh vaccine virus just received at Youngs Drug store, opposite Occidental '-iotel. JThey never throw anything away in wH England," T. B. Atdrich says "they T,, always put it up in the attic." ' 'Twenty lives were lost by the burning ""' f$ steamer on the Tombigbee river, , Var. Gainesville, Alabama, Tuesday. 4v.3Tha Epitaph congratulates Judge ')'' Monk upoi) his appointment to the office which by every right belonged to him. T ' Mr. W. J. Cheyne, superintendent of 'c''tneTombtorie Mill and Mining Com pany, returned from the east last even- mg. 3 Jose Rodriguer, the Mexican who stole b the pillows was held to answer before j Ike Grand Jury, yesterday, by Judge Shearer. The. name of Gcncrjl ?oulanger is " pronounced Boulnnghjai. In English ,, General Boulangcr would be Gehera j-( Baker. It is said 1 the most costly water coler -.In.hjs wprldisa work io;iby4i;s by j lfeiswnier, ilustrating a horse soldier on qatjtpsuty. It is valued at $8,700. 0A dog case In Boone County, Iowa is r' yaw on jts sixth trial, having had two f Vfjore a justice and three before the 'Dji.IrljJ.C'ourt. The dog is dead. ' -'A'' new' 'pocket camera has been rr invented. ' It is inclosed in an ordinary )1 silver watch-case, and is said to do very good work by the dry-plate process. j t ?" ' ; . ;iTJie Forty-ninth Congress was gather td to its fathers yesterday. Not many teats, ofregret-will be shed over its de. hiis'e. ' ' ' The 12th of May is the date irrevoca- fixed fore the sale of the French crown c jewels. They will be on view for a ratratb before the auction in the Pavilion . d&Flore. NlJ. C.-Burnett, promptly preffered his services to deputy sheriff Speedy, to ' manltain the peace and dignity of his . country. Charles D. Reppy, has taken a trip to Phinix. i Mr. Reppy will in all probabil , UyMeFgo some of his loose change in the . city by the salt river. A sensible conclu sion we opine. J Only five more days, and then the cold sod of neglect, will cover beneath, a mountain of public indignation, the 1 Fwrtecnth- Legislative Assembly of Art ,' sona. Nothing will be left of the sacred ) remains- of this gang who nestled so lejringJy together, but the rememberanca ef their nefaritv, and acheniag designs. V0L0AH0 OITT. It it Beginning to Look Up-Good Timof. Volcano Citv, N. M., March, 1. Ed. Epitaph: I desire to tell you a our recent rich stiikct- in this camp. Vc rend the EPITAPH quite extensively here, and have always retarded. 4t as our friend. Our mining properties are be ginning to attract the attention, of out side capaaliits to a more or less extent. The many different prosptcts now being worked here are looking remarkably well, and quite a number cf them arc working down into fine bodies of re. Notably among the latter U the mine known as the West Side. The fortunate owners of this nroDerty are Tombstone boys, and the indications ore that they will make a nice stake out of the property.' The own ers are Grant Hicks, Charles Martin, Chatles Mjrsden and John Bland. The boys havo been working faithfully on their claims, but never until Sunday last did they realize what a Tina prospect they had, as on that day they uncovered a body of ore which is equal to any yet un earthed in this district. The Volcano is gradually growing bet ter as it goes down. -The owners of this splendid mine do no: desire to sell sines it has been demonstrated beyond a doubt that the ore body would go down. There is not much money in the dis trict at present, and it will take some little time to bring the camp out. We here realize this, and do not propose to make any blow about what we do not possess. The John Smith is also looking well and bids fair to be a good property. We do not claim a Tombstone, for we know we have not got it, but we all feel confident that Volcano will be a mining camp f considerable importance. The town is being built up very rapidly. The saloon of Pasqual & Balurdo'is a fine building, and they will undoubtedly do a large business. The location for a town Is first-class, and when we succeed in obtaining water, for which we are now making an effort, we will be greatly benefitted. James Coyle, Clancy, Fry, Geary and many other of your section are here, and all feel as though they would stand by the camp. Our prospects are not at all bad. Many men visit this section for the purpose of investing. All are cautious, bat several of them have made pur chases here, and many more are ex pected this month. I will keep you ad vised as to our varying fortunes. L. G. Yaaconrer'fl Ohineis The legislature suspended the rules and passed the bill to meet the emergen cy at Vancouver. The bill virtually sus pends the city's charter and vests all power in the legislature and the govern ment assented to the bill, and a special force has been sworn in and proceeds to Vancouver to-morrow armed with batons and revolvers, Three ringleaders have already been arrested and more wil! be to morrow- The Chinese at the time of the attack were driven into the inlet, and some were nearly drowned. Those left in the city after Thursday night have since been sent out. The govern ment fores will protect all interests', and the bill provides for summarily dealing with all offenders. A Prison Danoe. The Mexican arrested by Officer Wei scr Wednesday for stealing pillows from the Way-Up lodging house is the well known harmonica player who frequently placd on our streets in and around the Crystal Palace corner. When he arrived at the jail he started up a fandango tune, much to the delight of the other prison ers, all of whom indulged in a lively dance, which they kept up till exhausted. There are so few prison birdsincarcerated there now that those that are there feel ing that "misery loves company," hailed the new comer's advent into their society with the utmost delight. Oounty Beoorda The following instruments were re corded at the office of the County Recorder yesterday: Locations Pittsburg mine, C. W. Harwood, locator; Pure Stuff mine, G. H. Lawrence and Orin Merrill. Decds Persevercnce mine, A. H. and Eva Sturtevant to Jas. S. Robinson, con sideration, 52,500; one quarter Southern Cross mine, Peter Bute to S. L. Hart. Chattel Mortgage J. L. Forrester one hundred and fifty-one head of stock. Lease Thos. Ogdea to J. F. Dillon, lots 3 and 4, block 31, si, for term of 99 years. John Gregor, the popular night cook of the Can Can restaurant, fell early yester day morning and broke his arm. He is ow laid up for repairs, but it is hoped be I will be is shapo again at aa early day. The man who assisted in the con struction of the Bisbec steam wagon is now in Bisbee taking charge of the ma. chine. The institution was built at Leeds, England, and wagons ot this kind have been operated successfully in tli it coun try for the past eighteen )'-ais. Thfyl are peculiarly fitted for her.vy hauling on level roads, and Inc engn'cur thinks that they will yet levoln'i'-nUe the freighting business nf the wot Id. Two small towns in Wallace comity, Kansas, Leotis and Coronado, were : vals for the county ssat. On Mond iy several of the citizens of Leotis went to Coronado and were firsd upon by the citiiens of the latter pUce. Three of the Leotis citizens were killed and two bad ly wounded. The snow storm in Canada is almost without a parallel. Trains in every quar ter have been snowed up for three days, and relief parties with provisens to keep the imprisoned passengers from starving have to be sent out on snow shoes. Lum bermen have suffered great loss. Mrs. O'Brien contemplates moving her restaurant to her old stand, the Russ House, in a fe.v days. She will give board at very reasonable terms. Call and see for yourself. The legislature should not neglect to pass a suitable quarantine bill in the in terest of the stockmen of this Territory. Mr. "smartie" Scott of Pima, did his level best to defeat the last bill. The Epitaph has consulted almost all the leading Democrats of this city, and we have yet to find the first one who does not condemn the treacherous pol icy of Zulick. Notice The Board of Supervisors of the County of Cochise will receive bids for carrying the insane to the Territorial Asylum at Phenix The contract to be awarded will run to January to, 1888. The bids must be accompanied with a good and sufficient bond in the sum of $500, conditioned that the bidder will enter into a contract within ten days should the same be awarded him, the same must and be filed with the Clerk of the Board before April, 4th, 1887, at which time the bids will be opened. The Board reserves the right to reject any bid. Dated March 2nd, 1887. By order of the Board, A, R. Enclish, Clerk. . Heart Disease!! Read the hospital reports, read the mortuary reports, read the medical pub lications, read the daily newspaper', and learn how wide-spread is heart disease, how difficult of detection it is to most people, how many and how sudden are the deaths it causes. Then read Dr. Flint's Treatise on Heart Disease, and learn what it is, what causes it, what diseases it gives rise to, what its symp toms are and how it may be attacked, If you find that you hae heart disease, -nk your druggist for a hotile of Dr. Flint's Heart Rekhdy. The treatise may be had on application to J. J. Mack & Co., Nos. 9 and it, Front, San Francisco Sohool Nctloe Notice is heteby given tha' the Cochise County Board of Examin-ra will convene at the office of the County Superintendent of Schools on the 7th day of March, 1887, for the examina'ion of all prsuns desir ing county certificates. U.K. Moxk, County Supt. A large assortment of skirts, under wear & Palace shawls' Look! Look ! ! I will give you more for second-hand furniture and all other second-hand goods than any other man in Arizona. Geo. E. Kohler, im Opposite Bird Cage Theatre. Notice. A meeting of the stockholders of the Old Guard Mining Company will be held on Thursday, April 7th, 1887, at 2 p. m., at the office of J. V. Vickers in Tomb stone, Arizona, for the purpose of elect ing Directors and authorizing sale and conveyance of the property of said com pany. Dated March 3, 18S7. J. V. Vickers, Secretary. Directors' Meeting. A meeting of the Directors of the Old Guard Mining Company will be held at the office of J. V. Vickers in Tombstone, Arizona, at 2:30 p. m., April 7 th, 1887. B. A. Packard, Vice-Presidentt. Dated March 3rd, 1887. J. V. Vickers, Socrctary. Vaccination. Just received from Europs a quantity of pure cow-pox virus. V. W. Fetterman. M. l , Cor. 6:h and Fremont, Tombs one. Whiskey brings more misery upon the human lamilythan war, famine and ps-ii knee cumbinrd. There is bat one rati onal tours- to p-rsu'j for thi infinite and ih it b aireatmcn tint destroys the appetite for rum. Such is the Acme Read their adertisem.nt in an c-h-r column. For Sola Oheap. A bed-room set, also other furniture. For particulars apply at the residence of Daniel O'Conner, corner of Third street next doc: to Episcopal church. i m OakWood. Oak or Juniper in four (4) foot lengths, or cut ready for use, sold by the cord at Tweed's cheaper than can be bought elsewhere. H. K. Tweed. mm .'. Harris, the Tailor, has on hand a fine lot of winter goods, which be is making at reasonable prices, give him a call Just Beooived. Received to-day a fresh supply of the celebrated Buffalo brand of Hams and Bacon, which will be sold at lowest mar ket price at ' H. K Tweed's. m . Meals at all Hours. In obedience to the demands of our customers) meals will be served at all hours of the day, from 5:30 a. m. till 1 1 o'clock p. m. Eureka House, Wilcox A T. . for Sale. A furnished house of six rooms in a good location. This property will be sold cheap. There are three lots con nected with the premises, and a perfect title to all of them. The house is splen didly furnished with all of the modern improvements, bath tubs, etc., with hot and cold water connections. The prop erty is insured up to February, 1888. Parties desiring a bargain should make application at this office at once. - Oan Can Eeataurant Have always on hand the choicest Steaks, Chops, Game, Fish and Oysters, Sprint; 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. n Genuine French Kid Shoes S4 per pair. All other classes of shoes In pro portion Palace. Ocoidental Hotel This is the only first-class hotel in Tombstene. It is handsomely famished 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 snpplied with pure brands of wines, liquors and cigars if Thirty Daj3lSa3e I will for the next 30 days sell my win ter clothing and underwear at cost. Call and see what bargains are offered at H. K. Tweed's. F. k A. X. King Sololomon Lode No. 3, F. & A. M., holds stated meetings un the third Saturday night in each month in Masonic hall nt 7:30 p. m. Special meetings held whenever blue flag is hoisted. Visiting brothers are cordially invited to attend. David Cohn, W. M. H. B. Maxson, Secretary. Wretched, Indeed. Are those whom a confirmed tendency to billiousness, subject to the various and changeable symptoms indicative of liver complaint. Nausea, sick headache, con stipation, furred tongue, an unpleasant breath, a dull or sharp pain in the neigh borhood of the affected organ, impurity of the blood and loss of appetite, signal ize it as one of the most distressing, as it is one of the most common of maladies. There is, however, a benign specific for the disease and all its unpleasant mani festations. 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