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F Irflfif frtl -: - r 10, 1887. Nt .x; C32 : fe VOL. VIII. TOMBSTO'NEv. '.ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH DAITjY epitaph. BOB DAURAGHTSTAGE'JilNE. -SUg to comira with. ueslsjnJS-ij.d train l;avei - at p. m. Jtije to com ;ct wall ev.tirn-'aoual train kwes ei 3")o P. 3uj? to"conn;ct vrlth Gjaynnt train leaves . t 8:30 '. ta. . ' Sia fu.1 Chirl-'ton l&wv at -3:30 a. m. lif'ADillAW STAGE USE. fSuifor il'itw; livoa at 6 a. n. feicspt Si:n- '. Jy-) OOfflie 406 'Allan Sticit, untkr O-oidtntil Hiitl. tfcU papar Is fcept on lite at E.G. Dako'a i.JlTrtlsln8 Atfcncy, 01 and OS Mer- ctutnt nxobrtrr, San Frnnolsco, Col, 'irkut contracts for tvilvortislnsr oon b IW for It. ,t LOCAL NOTES. 'The Leghlaturoadjoarns to-day. "'They are talking of organizing a vol untary company of minute men in No- "Tjales. , , - - - A Justice of the Peace at Ionia, Mich , lias begun suit against a man for a wed in j fee ' The Cochise county members of the Legislature will leave for their homes im- .mediately after the adjournment. t .... .i ' Uncle Sam's paymaster will visit Fort "Htiachuca to-morrow and disburse two jmoiths' pay to the trpops. Ranchers and farmers report cattle as deing well in SnlphurSpring valley, but jvant rain all the same. Opt. JackvCrawford, the Inditn scout ;arid frontier poet, will lecture in Tomb stone next week. A report is out that the Mamie has been bought by a well known 'mining .capitalist of Tombstone. The Crittenden smelter, which has Ibeen talked of for the past year, is liable ito be a reality. Tucson says "me, loo." The Concord (N. H.,) Monitor tells of .a, man .whose wife, having been killed by the can, settled with the railroad com ' pahy for $2$. ' Robert Holme's, weit known in this ' city, arrive! from Vo'cano City yester day. Ho1) speaks in term's of praise of ' Juat promising mining ramp. The sound of the pit k and drill i music to the cars of tho T.i nbt6ne p m ulation. It foreU'.N "or t'l-s pr.upjrou-. day in store for liar people. Dakoti had three new givernirs ir one week. Arizona miuges to move with just one, and a native Of Nuw Jer sey at that. Our fame is spreading The New York LegNhturc h d a bill before it taxing bachelors one fou th n tfceir income,1 the proceeds to bo applied to tbesupport of wido-vs and orphans. It is expected tint the iron horse will awaken 'the slumb ling denizens of Phe nix frdm their loig and peaceful sleep sometime in the eirly put of May. Some of the finest timber I ind in thi United States is in the White mountains. 'Remove the Apaches from San Carlos and that in ill be the future garden spot of 'Arizona. It is said that CoijfljflKray had evil jdesins upon NogaieOT: Gray evi dently desired Nogales to prosper, hence this wish to f tsten the town to something . that was alive and moving. Thedog-fhnd has supsnded opera tions for a time, but we may expect the icanine murderer to get in his work .again at most any time, especi illy so as the summer months advance. The passage of the Interstate com merce bill will very materially interfere 'with the comfortsmf the Arizona Legis 'laters in their efforts to reach their anx lious constituents. Max Frest, editor of the New Mexican, was tried on -the charge of fraudulent land entries. He was found guilty as charged, and sentenced to one year in the .penitentiary and to pay a fine of $5,000. I Mr. llonner refuses $100,000 for Maud ' S., and probably would refuse an offer of any kind. "When horss come to be ' worth more than an entire Board of Al- dermen what is the country coming to? a Cdon hunting seems to be a lucrative ' sport m some parts of Missouri. Two hunters recently chepp vl d'iwu an c.vi- dent "coon tree'' near Trenton and got ' three coons, 40a pounds of honey, and an . oyster can in which ncre J280 in b'oId. The righteous as well .is the wicked appear ti sutd in .hpp ry ph-es. Tht ame ice that br tight l)n llutler down '3with a fractiucd bone also caused the ?,,Juifnful dorrnfall ot the good Carl Schun, ARIZONA vs. MONTANA.,, . ,' Ariaona's Supremacy Ofrer Her Snow bound Neighbors- ' . . The c-'M weather, and other; causes iosepatable bom th Umiit of M'".tana, have ileslimtd iip..ar.ls ot 6so,bbo lioad 01 cuti. d'li uu the lour in ithj j 13 pas stil. The b.s will .i,'xregjtc some 520, 000000 Wiut a .it clifferen'.tf' ihcie uiust be in the cliin.ite of Mopun.i apd Arizona. Heic in tins Perntorj, tlie n: lull fr.im uch 'cauies. willt not reach one in f iiir ihoiivind' iu-'id fiul ' Ail. zjni'iUas 1 jh-JL bci. n'n to rl.twn (ler piojpcruy -vi'I ionic unsought; .ft rt-ill crime from tht' ice bound- coasts 'uf, New England ftoin the cold wither' ing blasts of Montana and Ncbrask.),'and' .from over-crowded, over'-burdened citici of the east, the tide N weitwired bound.' The broad unoccupied acreb of Arizona are beginning to attract the sturdy ener getic men of the cast, whose lives have been frittered away in vain efforts to force the stoney barreu soil of that country to yield up treasures which it does not con tainthis is the class of immigration that will bring the bloom of eden to the willing and productive soil of Arizona This is the class of men who crossed the lonely praries in the early days of our country; who followed the setting sun to the base of the Sierra Nevad t's, and. planted the evidence of American indus try upon the soil Of Spanish America, whenever and wherever aif opportunity presented itself. Where erTergyr and courage aro essential in the building and settling of a promising, coutjtry .there will be seen the hardy -American settler surrounded by evidence of thrift and industry. The fertile valleys. ,ar.d broad mesas of Arizona, offer to this character of settlers very .superior (in ducements, and one which they will not be slow to grasp. Every county in this Territory have largetiacts pf "lands within their boundrics, which can be successfully operated with . 1 small capi tal, .md the day is fan .ipproaching when all such will be utilized. Arizona, prosperity has bern retarded bymany and varioui causes principally among the many in the past, has been the Apache ctuse, but ,ov every imped iment has been re'noved and the many inducements ulnch litis s'iite of afTins hold out to the poople of the eas we believe u ill be taken immediate advant .", of, and during the next ihree years vull witrej-. won lei fu' fljw of immi gration to t!u !u.iiiy rl me. All .ire vtel conic. Ojr brmJ domimi are of suffic i nt dinit-nsions t) provide a hoiiK'fnr all hoish to cist their lot with us. The Epitaph pre lieu that before ijuny year.s roll by, hat Arizona will tcm vith neabh and papulation, frorp Yrtai'i to the line of New Mexico. An Oli Timer James P. Whedtr, one ol "he vrr first nuacrs in this'.amp, the man who Ioratce the Gilded K'ge and the Uajup mines, has returned to Trmls'or.i, ..fur s . yars of wardering in New Mcxtroai d Colorado. Mr. Wheekr Ins speut the time in Grant connty N. M., but returns to thettld stamping ground imprrssi d'with the idea that tin is the best mineral country in the nest. J.mmy sas: 'The' boys in this city thirk that timo are hard and money scarce; but in compar ing it with other mining section-, i. towers up and beyond them all in 'a remaikable degree." Our long and pleasant acqjain-' tance with Mr Wheeler1 pnvehes us to speak of his many sterling qualitcs both as a gentleman, and a miner, and uc arc pleased to clientele the gentlenvtns re turn to Tombstone. Dakota's Politics. The new governor olJXtkota is Judge Church, a Democrat, Hi Councfl," com posed of other Territorial officers, are Rt publicans. Oovernqr, Churcli has some offices to fill, and the Council muit; confirm his appointments. For the pur pose of showing their own contempt for, spoils the Republicans suggested ito the Governor that he make up his various commissions of two Republicans and one Democrat, but Judge Church announces that he ill fix it th other way. While this important question is being settled Dakota will not care much whether it gets into the Union or not. All it cares for is political excitement. ' Hard is the fate of New York Alder manic corruptionists. The latest to go tc SingSinsr, John O'N-il, wasfifty-Mx ye.i-5 of age. He hsd never ucil tobacco or ltquvr in any fonn,anrib,un-.iue which 1 ilot-sn't seem 10 have been moml.) bene fical. As left 11 int line for th look tep in the cuntict process . n, row rtael'y a mcinbei of thr g.mj., his h mil k vol on! the -boulder of .1 burly ntgro. Tnat tu an O'Neil must have been the unkindcst .cut of all- , .-. .Conri,7 EcccrJs- The', fi-llov. ,re Irts'i'uments were rc corded -at the cfi'fe of the County Recorder ycsn rdav : .iiattci. MourcAon II. K. liik'c OMnl to Js 15. Mcluiinf-y, cattle ,-nd h uses-, h.ish kti f bran , J735. pDn I) Barr--tl & WnoJ to Geotg H. Gairnl, '1'iten.st n 1 i- 9, 12, 13, blork 6, 'It.mbsniin', hi h inn ioeinents and Hpputten.ini.eSj ii'so .1 1'l.c i.i'tre-t p all , rf jl let- ptuperjy 01 hMititvi -trrn l e t.-, ami p.rsonnl, 5i and mh'.r con tU'.lor.':." J klcJRr(fACii.V 1- ii M Clark to C. ;S. Clask, Mm 6, 7, S, 9, 10, it, 12, 13, ibluck6j, I'oinbiton-, ci p-ir'cinii'n,S:oa ' PowtRX of. AiroRMA Lydia M. (Clark to James M. CI irk, g neral. . Between the w.itcr woiki on Contcn- 'tionhill a'nd the Mayflower mine a large rent is broken; throu, h the solid rock "of the hill's side, I t- is over a block long and 'from -ilx inches to a foot in width. ,A stone dropped in the rent could be heard for a long timeai it ricochet from sjde to side. It is not known how it occurred, but it is supposed to have been caused by underground mining or the setting of the Grand Ccntril since the fire. The rent or seam is considerably larger In a number of places than a few months since, and the impression pre vails that the drifts and tunnels' in the Grand Central .have been cauing, thus starting the earth to lean that way. When Rtddleberger is under his desk the Senate manages te get along with much decorum. When Riddleberger is humorously full, there are many inter ruptions. When Riddleberger is ugly then the Semte must be prepared for his insolence. He was ulv the other day when Mr. Edmunds rose to move that the Pacific Railroad bill be taken up. "If there is a chesnutbell in the capitol," said Riddlegerger, "I move that it be tolled." The courtesy of ihe Senate is the only thing that keep Rtddlelnrgcr out of the lun. Is of the police. He has two years to run. Governor D irjiieim r'a pipjr makes a grievous mistake in icferringto Henry Witterson as an "insect." Iheditin guished .K-h'uckmn is smashing too much Democratic cmcktry to be jJiced in sueh .i-'cl.'s'iuation. It K.istern pig-iron and bo:lr plite D;moci it wul ohs- tve Wit tcr 1 y Ptl .t cr I r f:'r lorm Dtmo.r.iii ( il.t Wwt l! c v.i i d.3tcver4tliat there ate niliei 011 tlrn . At a n'cent nitL 1 t siie Congrega tio..ol ch b, of Srtii Krai.c'sco, it wis said th'tt in 'that city ot 33000 ..habitants the a'tcnJanceat ihe Pio'cs mit churches nas about 32,000 and at the C.tholic churches about 18000, making a total church attiMidince uf iitio it 5',ooo Pro bably a'iout three-lam h3 ol the p pula (i.n mur rtlteii'1 chu'di Nog.ile comes s-nibly o the fr-mt and offers to vaccina e aiy "f its p or pioplcfr-e. The same ilnn slu,t.ld hi iuiie in I'o nbiiune. 'Iheie are mniiv people her? who can ill iifMd to victi-""ajJWrni-'lvcb or Jannlit . An ounce of prevention is woitn a pumd of cute. Every; precaution shoui 1 ba taken t' a. crt a calamity that miy occur when least expected or at any inie. ..'Aorre'snondent in Mccico writes of a lutlc six-year-old Mexican g il who, din Ji,cr L'cing lae one day, said In Spat.ibh, 'With prfecfinnocencc and thought of rmcccnce, '-Jsius, but I'm hungry.' The writer siya that the little children, in moments of sudden fright tr pain, cross themselves and murmur, "1'rotert me, God;" as devoutly a-, their elders do. . .The.' Democratic rcfuim administra tion' a mighty choice morsel for the people. .It managed bj its superior wis dom arid its overdose of reform to in crease the cost of government fu'ly twen ,Yk per cent. The (food man above save us from any more "reform" of this char acter. A few more applications would bankrupt'the Territory. .AiQtnan in Huntington, Pi., writes to a newspaper to say tint ifthe had the courage of Mrs Druse, she would chop iip the mrinsier who is her husband and feed hiiiuo the bears in Pike county. The gentlemen in Huntington, Pa., go go armed now and sleep with one eye open. L-Mders of bull pirties n the Indiana Legislature annonicc that thev are ready t'.p bcfois the peopL- o'i the recoids tliuVtlcy have'Suadc. Piesident Caen SnfiUvi.f tl e beMit,has a aiecordof seven fiVjjtsa;id nod ft? a, yet. .'..Vhcii.tho ptople of Ii-diana elected Mr.vlioKeitson Lieut' nant Gernorihey evilfcntly forgot to coiii It the Dimo- 'Ciattc S;e Senate. 1 Ins syinp-isiun will p. sittvely j ike place with Muffed .club attachMet At the mxt election. A verdict was rendercil in the Circuit court of LaSalle count, IllmoN, against four Seneca saloon keepers in favor of Mrs. Curran for $Jooo. Her husband had been killed while in a stale of intoxi cation, and the deft-mlanis arc ihargid with making him drunk. Mrs. O'Brifn,1" wl u has so InciiJ con ducted . beardiiig house on Al to, be tween Fif Ii and bixth s'reeis, u -.icw 01 1 the improved times, h.ts taken po Minn nfthe old R'-ss House, on the corwrof Ftf'h and Toy;hnu' '.tp .'s, 'nd mio onen re idy for biibincss. Unne!036ar7 Miserj. Probably as much misery comes from habtfual constipation us from any de rangement of the functions of the boay, and it is difficult to cure, for the reason that no one likes to take the medicines usually prescribed. HAMBURG FIGS were prepared to obviate this difficulty, and they will be found pleasant to the taste of women and children. 2; cents. At all druggists, f. Mack & Co , pro prietors, S. F Ladies will find at Tweed's a sortment of toilet soaps. full as- Notics. 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 10, 1888. The bids must be accompanied with a good and sufficient bond in the sum of $;oo, 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 iioard reserves the right to reject any bid. Dated March 2nd, 1887. By order of the Bo-iid, A, R. English, Clerk. Summer clothing at con ar Tweed's Eapid Bo .ting of tho Hewt- Whenever you feci an uneasiness in the region of the heart, a slight pain in the shoulder, arm, or under the shouldu blade, or when you find yourself shcrt 0 breath when exercising, or your heart has periods of beating fast, you have heat disease, and should take Dr. Flint's Hea't Remedy. At druecists. Sno Deseriptive treatise with each bottle or address J. J Mack & Co., S. F. - . Notice. A meeting of the stockholders of the Old Guard Mining Company will be held on Thursday, April 7th, 1837, 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, 1887. J. V. Vickers, Secretary. DiRCcrons' Meeting. A meeting of the Directors of the Old Guard Mining Company will be held at the office of J. V. Virkers in Tombstone, Arizona, at 2.30 p. m., April 7th, 1887. B. A. Packard, Vice-Presidentt. Dated March 3rd, 1887. J. V. Vickers, Secretary. Wigwam slippers and all styles of new shoes for sale cheap at Tweed's. The Western Settler's Chosen Speoifie. With every advance of emigration in to the Far West, a new demand is cre ated for Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. Newly peopled regions are frequently less salubrious than older settled locali ties, on account of the miasma which rises from recently cleared land, particu larly along the banks of rivers that are subject to freshets. The agricultural or mining emigrant soon learns, when he dofcs not already know, that the Bitters afford the only sure protection against malaria, and those disorders of the stom ach, liver and bowel?, to which climate changes, exposure, and unaccustomed or unhealthy water or diet subject him. Consequently, he places an estimate up on this great household specific and pre ventive commensurate with its intrinsic merits, and is careful to keep on hand a restorative and promoter of health so im plicitly to be re icd upon in tune of mtt A cold may be a dangeuus thing cr not, depending upon the means at In: d to combat it. It is a wise precaution lo provide against emergencies that aie 'hble to atise in every family. Irt sud dm attacks of cold, group, asthma, eic, AyerV Cherry Pectoral will prove the qua.) est and most effective rur, and your best friend. Ties snd scatfr of the latest designs i TwedV. MYERS & BRO , B-RS5jMi&4rrf BBBW We do not want the WorMf: Modest prices are Satisfactory, -Moderate patronage is Acceptably Small profits are Sufficient ' OR Hi 'W HONEST, HIGH AND WE REACH TO 1 u ii II 0 0 n 1 11 OUR STOOK 13 FRESH, NEW AND STYLI8ft OUR ASSORTMENT IS LARGE AND COMPLETE. ' LOOK US OVER!.. If m do not save you money m will make s:me one else sill jn Lw. J. MYEES & BEO., CORNER FIFTH AND ALLEN STREETS. 1 Pretty Woman's Ss&ret. Fear of discovery, when sho resorts to false hair and dyej, Is a sourco ot con stint anxiety to her. The very persons fnm whom she most desires to hide the wining of her charms aro tho ones most likely to make the discovery. But theru is no reason why the Mi-julcl not regain and retain all the beauty of hair that was her pride In youth. Let ber use Ayeu's Haih Vicoii, and. not only will her hair cease to fall out, but a new growth will appear where tho tcnlp has been denuded; anil locks that uro turniiiu' gray, or have actually grown white, will return to their pristine freshness ami biCHautu of coW. Ayeu's IIaiii Vigoie cuirs Hereditary Baldness. Georgk Mayer. Flatonia, "TczM.wa bald at 23 y cars of age, as I1I1 ancestors Lad been for several generations. One bottle of ILim Vigoii started a growth ot soft, downy hair nil over I1I1 scalp, vvhloU oon became thick, long, and -. Igoroui. Iyer's flair Vigor Is not a dye, but, by healthful stimulation of the roots and color glands, gpeedlljr restores to its original color hair that Ij Turning Cray. Mns. CATiiEnixn DEAJiEn, Point 0 Hocks, TM; had her lialr suddenly blanched by frleht, duilnj- tho lato tlvll war. AYnn's. IIaik Vigor restored it to its natural color, and made it (.otter. Klousler, aud more abundant than it had' been before. Scalp Dlsoasca Which causo dryness brlttler.csn, and fall hii of tho bah-, dandruff, itthins. aud annoying sores, are all quickly cuied by AYKii'aHAin "Vigor. ItcuicdHKnnFiir liOYli, Minneapolis, Mnn., or Intoler able Itclilnf- of tho Scalp; J. J Car. teu. Jk., Occonuan, Va.. f Ur-nlrt Hend; aiRS. V. V. S. I.ovi.LAtr. ,-rt. In-cille, Kv., of Tetter Sores; JIim )ii;msi:: TI. IJedloe, BrUn qton. IV., of Sf.ilp Dlseaso and Dandruff. Tnr piit.tv of tiirt rovli of tho hair, vvlikb. If neahitcil. uny jcu't in Inciirnlilii laid n?i, it raili-y imvd by Ayei.'s IIaiii Viuoii. At A To"ct Luxury ATn'n Il-tltt Yinni: hv ru rqusl. Tt U ioloiIc". laiib, dillshtftillv per funiPil, full hai Ilia iITett Of iaa:.L' l-e hair toft, 1 Haut, i.r.d jlo-,-. Ayer'a Hah" Vio Tft ritrr.i:it:ii r.v Pr. J. C. Aycr X. Co., Loire'!, 3Is. Sold by a'.! L-i-ua:U COR. FIFTH & ALLEN 'iV ' "J APPROVAL THROUGH; R.IOSSZ ' r GRADE, KE STYLE G GOODS. iiiir&co., Corner 6th and Alle ttrtto old Frech Stand. Detlers in til JCio-fs f GROGERIES IMPORTED - n III 3E3tO. The Best Quality f ' WINES &-LIQUORS "SajuConstantly on Hand" Ilest of treatment accorded to Cc tMMfct Ktw Ooorjd. A full line of .spring and Siinwer g- ods have just been received by Harm, the Tailor, and they will b made to ioit cu,t(tner cr no piy rfemandfd.- C8 ind examine my s ock before ordering cKcivhere. Kafris The Ttiliir. Cfcetp ! Oheap 1 Cheap t Furniture new and second-hardl cT pets, piciurci, sewing machine!, wladav .had'S, fible oil cIittbTeatbtni, three iir,jc iron safes, on" nearly new. Every hing from a reedle to art-anchor. (Jlrt lie one trial and be convinced. Gto. . Koiilkk, im Opposite Bird Cajje TteainP i &k "IP IB Ml ih ' i I H 1 U 1 nl 0 QEMTff nnrnn SAGS hoxm