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Ir- i 1 sc -Jilr-'v'iin&i: j""!ai VOL. VIII. TOMBSTONE ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1887. No. icf. DAILY EPITAPH. BOB DARRAGH'S STAGE LINE. Swge to connect hh uestern-bcuud train leaves at 3:30 p. nv , Stage to connect wth baitern-hound tram leaves at 3:30 p. m. Stage to connect with Guavmis train leaves at 8:30 a. in. Stage for Charleston letv:s at 8:30 ft. m. ' 11RADSH UVS STAGE LINE. Staje for Bisbee lu ives at 6 a.m., (except Sun- Otfice-406 Allen Street, under OcoldenUl Hotel. rhla paper t Uopt ou fllo at S. O. Dake'a A.dTrtlalnB Ascenoy. 04 and 05 Mer akanu Excb:vnKC San Francisco. Cai . Tcksr contracts for advortlslnsr can b wad for It. LOCAL NOTES. Mr. Ernest Storms returned yesterday from Kansas The small pox still keeps up its record in Los Angeles. . Th; Band of Holiness departed on yesterday's stage for Bisbee. '" There will be Services at the Metho- dist church'to-day at the usual hour. HI '' Home rule, is umost at the present time. what Arizona needs, The thine is so close in Germany that neither side is preparing yet to .yell -fraud. . ,. V. Jo not believe that Judge Satter- '-white, will accept the position of probate " Judge. 7 1 Ariiona had the selection of her Governor, what a picnic they would give Zulick andFarish. ; ij Irish evictions are becoming alarming ly frucnt, and much suffering is result- ing therefrom. 'i Circuit courts is the latest scheme f t ' the Arizona Legislature. Economy and ' Democracy abides not in Arizona. Odds are being bet in New York on Hill as against Cleveland for the demo cratic nomination for President in lose. George Roberts, wh o accidentally shot ''" himself at Fort Huachuca about thiec months since, has fully recovered and will come back to town next week. Two companies of troops left Fort Huachuca yesterday for Nogales, but in a . all probability their services will not be required. ), The strike in the Boss mine still con ." tinues to attract much attention. There is a strong probability that it will develop ; - into a bonanza. Mrs. O'Brien contemplates moving her restaurant to her old stand, the Russ House, in a few days. She will give board at very reasonable terms. Call and see for yourself. John Slaughter is giving perfect satis faction as Sheriff of this county, and an attempt to reduce the salary of a faithful fficer will not meet the approbation of the people. 2. in m tn 'Ji ft J The LsgMaiuie, if tht-y desire econ omy, abolish the office nf Attorney General and several other worthies Territorial offices, but let the salaries of our county office alone. George Chase, Frank Pendleton, Geo Norton and Lige O'Connor and bi other arrived in town last night, after a fiv' mon'h; prospecting trip in Arizoni and New Mexico. A newspaper that in see nothing but goodness in the patty they support, and praise good and bad tl eds alike, has im standing in any cominu.iiy, and it is not deserving cf any. Governor Louis Torres, the present Governor of Sonora, is a graduate of Yale college, and is thoroughly in accord with American ideas and American pro gress. Nearly every railroad company is now exririmenting with patent car heaters. Were another winter appears the death dealing stove should be perma nently side-tracked. Th? Epitaph doss not expect to see L. C. Hughs, appointed to the position of Commissioner of Immigration, it would be too decent a thing for Arizona's demo cracy to performe. Tka Topolobampo Fraud. When the Topolobampo's first settlers were en route from the East to that much talked of country, they lavishly displayed the Mexican colors red white and green about their persons, they also had large bouquets manufactured for the occasion, and wore them in triumph upon their coats, and the lidies trimmed their hats with this color. All this wus before they hit) lc.iciiul the promised land, they even slor.il and waved their hats in glee whilst crossing the Sonoia line, s.iying 111 dernion, "we never want to see the United States again, we are going to a land of sunshine and happiness." lint alas, for human frailty, they slowly wended their way backward in a few short months, and the first glimpse of tbe Americin flag ihey obtained was ?t Nogales, and as they beheld "old glory" floating out upon the breeze, they threw themselves upon their knees and cried for joy. The Uni-ed States was good enough for them then the gallant old stars and stripes was line a heavenly vision. One little boy, six years old, asked his mother, whilst tears stcod in his big eye?, "If this was heavit ," to which she pnimpt'y replied, "Nf, my son, but ve arc on the right- road, it is the nearest po;nt from Mexico." Loro Oountio3. In point of size, California is the sec ond State in the Union, containing 155, 000 square miles, and yet has only 5? counties, while New York has 60, Ohio 88, Virginia 100, Kansas 104, Missouri 114 and Texas 179. Only tliose who have taken oains to study '.heir geog raphy are aware of the Territorial extent of some of the counties, ban licmar dino has an area almost equal to th.tt of West Virginia. The tollowing tame win give our readers an idea of the extent of some California counties: Fresno, 8,094 miles, Inyo, 10,156; Kern, 8,oco; Lo Angeles, 4,812; San Bernardino, 21,172; San Diego, 14.969; SUkiyou, 6,078; Tu lare, 6,460. Thus it will be seen that San Bernardino county is larger than the States of Rhode Island, Vermont, New Jersey and Connecticut combined. That great American commoner, Horace Gree ley, was right when he told the young men to "go west." Oopper Queen. In the autumn of 1880 the first water jacket furnace erected in Arizona was put up at the well known Copper yueen 01 the Bisbee district, nnd at once commen ced producing. From that day to this the mine has maintained a phenomenal out put; a'nd the present indications are that the yield of this camp will continue for many years to come. The ore smelted in 1880 yielded 25 per cent copper. Since then, the per centage of the ore has gradually fallen, until now, when the pro portion of metal in the ore smelted is often less, and rarely more than 12 per cent. Type Sotting' Extraordinary. V. C. Barnes, cf the New Yrk Her ald, the champion type setter of the world, recently set 966 cms solid minion, with cases reverseJ in thitty minutes al ter which he astonished the printing world by setting 1.005 ems in one hour. He was blindfolded, with no possible chance to steal the slightest git am of light. Tiie average good printer, in or der to set one thouvtr.d ems an hour, just has to "get tip and get. ' In all his matches B trues averages over two thou- ;tndcms an hour a- a 1 nnttcr 3t sou J. EPITAPH OULLIHGS. Casey county, Ky., is said to be over run by rats. A sou of cat cholera has kdltdoffall the cats, an I the rats are having their own way. Cats r.ie away up above par there. Of live peop'e, who on their dying beds last tar confessed tortat ciimes only one told the tiuth. I 1 'he oilier cases it wa- shown that the "oiiiiesiois'' could not-possiblv have h id :in thing to do with tbe crimen It is reported that Eastern capitalists have formed a corporation in Camda for the purpose of workii.g ten farm--, each containing io.oco acres, in ihe North western terriiories along the line of the C.iiiadian Pacific railway. One of the most astonished men in Connecticut is a citiz-n of Bridgeport, who, a few days ofter he li id loaned a uranoer on ths cars 42 cems to get home with, recivsd a ilulhr bill and a lett. r of thanks frv m the grateful stranger, lie has had the letter tnd bi 1 framed. A vessel with a caro of forty-four os triches arrive! recently at Galveston, I'exis This is the -.pron.1 cargo within tweive months. The birds arc fur os trich firms m California, where this pipu lar industry is coming into favo-. The birds came fiom Natal, in South Africa. Eighteen months ,-yo William Chap man, of New London, was in a house when it was struck by lightning, and was sevsicly shocked. Ever since he his been able to predict a coming thunder storm with great certainty Iro'ii ceitain ;.ins that he feels in his heel some hours fore the storm. LETTER LIST. The following letters remain uncaled for In the Tombstone postoffice for the week endnu? March K. 1887. Anderson Mrs. Sophie Johnson Wiv Lav ton Frank McWil'.iims P. Moyenhin Unt Municr A. Parr J. M. Rhode Mr'- (2) ShseKyJohn J. Ser)dcr Al'rt Sironj S. W. Baker Thomas E. Dannon Mark Balldo John U' an A. J. Hurt n Mrs. Julia CI irK James Towl.r D. l Grant K. Oibblf Wm. F. Kor.-.cr Maihc.v Ved!;ich Giovanru Jacobs Mrs. A. Wilton Geo. Jenkins James P. SPANISH. DHutea Jcsc M. Trugio Dominque3 Agustina Any person calling for any of the above Utters will please say "advertised," and c'Te dit;. C. S. Claek, I'oslraaster. In 1 336 seventeen Gloucester fishing vessels were lost, worth $H5'8oo, and 115 fishermen ncvei came home. Treasurer's Notice. I will redeem all warrants drawn on the County General Fund from 2,221 to 2,242, both inclusive, if presented within ten d.iys fiom date. A. J. RlTTKR, County Treasurer of Cochise Co Tombstone, A. T., March 5, 1S8S. - " Notice. J. MYERS & BRO , COR. FIFTH & ALLEN. Justice Gray is the only bachelor upon the Unite i States Supreme Court. About sixty years aj,o it was rumored that there was a possibility of an alliance between him and MUs Van Vechten, who was ihen a guest of the President's sister at the White House. He is the hrgest man in the court, the baldest, and a fa mous epicure. Miss Mattie Smith, of West Laurens, Pa., was very ill, and Mrs. Edwards, who has a reputation as a faith healer, was called to pray over her. After the praying Mrs. Edwards said that Miss Smith must go out for a ride. The inva lid's friends objected, but she went.though great pain. When she teturned sue went back to her bed, and not long after- 1 ward died. The extent of the degree of the oscil lation of chimneys has been exactly measured by observation of the shadows cast by the sun upon the ground. An in stance in point is that of a chimney 1 1 5 feet high and four feet in diamater ex ternilly at the top, near Marseilles, France,the oscilla'ioii? of which were ob served by the shadow during a high wind to attain a maximum of twenty inches. 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 Dncctors and authorizing sale and conveyance of the property of said com pany. Dated March 3, 1887. J. V. Vickers, Secretary. Directors' Meeting. A meeting of the Directors of the Old Guard.Mining Company will be hold at the office of J. V. Vickers in Tombstone, Arizona, at 2:30 p. m., April 7th, 1887. B. A. Packard, Vice-Presidentt. Dated March 3rd, 1887. J. V. Vickers, Secretary. We do not want the World I Modest prices are Satisfactory, Moderate patronage is Acceptable. Small profits are Sufficient. VE BEAU! YODR APPROVAL THROUGH lELaO-W IE 3F8. 1 O ES & I HONEST, HIGH GRADE, NEW STYLE AND qenis: GOODS. A roller-sk'ting tn itch of five days oc cured a shott time since in New York. The victor making six hirdrcd and seventy miles in five da, then he only bat his opponent cme-eijht of a mile. Daniel M.im ing h.ui m rtbign to find out how highly he wass'iemcd by tl c Re publican nrws,pap rs Usually these encomiums are r-.srvi-d until a Demo crat is in ths h. n 1- of .111 un 'tr ;.U. r. Oounty Rocorls. The following insttuments were te corded at the' office of the Count Recorder yesu-tday: LOCVTIOXS Silvu Queen, C. F. Mi ristiti, loca'or. DEEDS Philip Corbin, W. E. Dodg.-, Jr. el al , Mammoth and Wade IMmp'cn mine and Hendrick millsite; F. Br.id.ey to J. Guldwatcr, the Ben Butler mine. There are twenty-one Jtv? in New York City who are worth in round num bers $2000,000. Seventeen out of this number started life without a dollar. This shows industry and capability. This race do a large share of the bus,i ,!. nf that freat citv. Last ve.tr 'he amount of business done by the above twenty-one merchants aggregated to the enormous amount of two hundred and fifty-five millions of dollars. Considerable amusement has been caused in Washington by the fact that the President recently found hioisclf locked out of the White House. He had given strict orders as to closing and bar ring the gates, and they had been obeyed to the letter. Finding one gate locked, he walked around to another to be again confronted with bolts and bars, and just as he was on the point of scaling the fence and seizing the White House one Simon Cameron, the ancient Pennsyl vania politician, has returned from the Bermudas in disgust, declaring that they are altogether too quiet for him. If Si- JiuiB rt rAFnrm vtrnt tt ennn tin tinll IUUI1 uvea uv i.'W"' l"vu auuii n- im i-i-w .. -w.-...0 ...- .. ....- .. find a place that will be lively enough of his private secretaries saw him and e 11 ...ShI .. ...&.. a. r tile -nlir ler ail prawiu-iu ymyujtj. jntui ..... Mr--. Charlotte Sim h has a l:-d the President to appoint hei S rreiary of the Treasury, but he dcrrurs Should the la dies get control of the Tre.i-ury in time to see the milliner bi-fore E ster it would he good by sitirp'u. TIip nvnes in thi. district are showing bst'ei eveiy day, aii'l wh-.n-vu- sa ifnc ory air-ingcnunts are o npl :tc!, whrrr jy the 1 .rge propcitits on Coutcnti m hi'! w II icstime p-ra'mny, then cm.-.y I .'k forward to ti'c b st a. id mes: suc cessful days of our city. W. E. Dodge & Co. has purchtf ed the Mammoth and Wade llampt-n nrnes and the Hendricks millsite ncir Bisbee, the money paid for the same being five t1 ousand dollars. This compmy ill iiake extensive improvements. Bisbee, like Tombstone, is on the up grade. The fund for the benefit of Mrs. Logan, the widow of the late Senator, now amounts to 564,000, and the balance which will remain to Mrs. Logan after paying encumbrances on her Chicago and Washington property will be about $34,000. The Legislature idea of economising is to cut down the salaries of the county officials and increase those of (he Ter ritorial, especially the Boss Mogul Zulick. It mav be economy to reduce our sheriff. treasurer and recoider, and pay it out to Federal appointees, who are supposed to be paid by the United States government. A cold may be a dangerous thing or not, depending upon the means at hand to combat it. It is a wise precaution to provide against emergencies that are liable to arise in every family. In sud den attacks of cold, group, asthma, etc., Ayer's Cherry Pectoral will prove the quickest and most effective cure, and your best friend. . Look! Look!! I will give you more for second-hand firnitiirc and all other second-hand goods than any other man in Arizona. Geo. E. Kohler, im Opposite Bird Cage Theatre. Vaccination. Just received from Europe a quantity of pure cow-pox virus. W. W. Fetterman, M. D., Cor. 6:h and Fremont, Tombstone. Whiskey brings more misery upon the human family than war, famine and pesti- I -nee combined. Thtreisput one rati o.i:d course to ptrsu for the inebriate at.d th .t is a treatment th-tt destroys the appetite for rum. Such is the Acme. Read their advertisement in an other column. (kkWajJ. Oik or Juniper in fmii (4) foot lengths, o- cut ready for use, sold by the coid at T.vectl's cheaper than can be bought elsewhcte. H. K. TWEED. Harris, the T.'.ilor, has on hand a fine lot of winter goods, wrrcii he is making at reasonable prires, give him a call tf OUR STOCK IS FRESH, NEW AND STYLISH OUR ASSORTMENT IS LARGE AND COMPLETE. LOOK US OVER! If m do not save you money we "will make some one else sell you Lit. J. MYEES & BBO., CORNER FIFTH AND ALLEN STREET. A Pretty Woman's Secret. WretclioJ, Indeed. Are those whom a confirmed tendency to b iliousncs", subject to the various and changeable symptoms indicative of liver complaint. 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