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AND CO0HI8E COUNTY RECORD. JOHN 0. DUN8AB, Editor and Prop. i in i " - Foartk Stitit, Bat- Fnmont and AUa TaVrtn, Cwhlw County, Iriisna, nucKirai riucEi Ifadlr (ielirered by carrier) pwrwtwk.... ajcu. ally ut year 1 aly six months 5 Bail three month! 300 Batered ia the Tomtataas peitaffloe bj tea ad class nutter. ' ' J Tk BPITAPH Is the oaly dally nws atnr publlahad In Ooobiaa County. WTY AHDft'offlCIAL PAPER. The Boston & Providence railroad caused another scene of horror yesterday. Boston is blessed .with an uncommon amount of intelligence, but yet she can't keep her tfamsWthe track. When Arizona is garnered into the Union of States she will mark an epoch In the history of the country's progress . and its ownward march to commercial greatness, 'Her peculiar geographical position;-coupled with her magnificent mineral productioas, will add very sub stantially to the wealth of the country. ssaesESsaesaM At the next election in Arizona there will be a new party, the foundation for its operation is already laid in Tucson. It may not succeed in electing its candi dates, but it can and will succeed in defeating the Arizona Democracy, this of itself is sufficient glory for one generation. TheIndians.who are roaming at leisure in the Dragoons are' evidently deserters from the San Carlos Agency. The prac ice of permitting these Apaches to leave the reservation upon any pretense what ever is a pernicious one, and in the inter est of justice to the people of Arizona it should be stopped. Messrs. Carlisle, Morrisou and Ran dall were appointed assignees when the Democrats of the House found them selves bankrupt in ability to conduct legislation. As assignees they squan dered the few assets the party had on hand when it went into voluntary bank ruptcy, and the people, sitting as a court, will soon punish them. The prospects of a war in Europe, in the early days of Spring, continue to Increase. The great bear is abotit ready to put his paw on Turkey, knowing that Germany will be chary about interfer ing while France is standing with a million of armed men ready to cross the Rhine., and England will be too busy evitting Irishmen to attend to any busi ness abroad. A If was Mr. Beechers oft repeated wish that he might die suddenly "with the harness on." He had a strong con viction of the near approach of death two years ago' when he began the delivery of sermons which embraced hii later views .-,.on the great questions which the Christ Tan religion has evtr presented to the sceptic. By those sermons he wished to be judged by posterity. His death was not painless as he hoped it would be, but the summons was just as sudden as he had predicted, and it found him hard at work. The thinking people of England are rapidly beginning to re'alize England's gross injustice to Ireland. Years of tyr ranyand persecution has not tended to create a warm feeling In the breat oi Irishmen towards that country, am should the opportunity ever occur thr followers of Saint Patrick will repa) their many insults with interes-. Ireland has produced men of marked ability and worth, but the iron heel of England's tyranny has crushed out theii life's blood. The only Irishman for the past century who has dared to stand for " Ireland and her rights is Parnell. He has dared the British minions in the lion's den, and is now moulding public 1 opinion in their interest. The printers' stritce in the city of Mil waukee has compelled the papers of that city to reduce their size and condense their matter. If ncthing else comes out of this strike, this fact will compensate for all the damage done, the great un wieldy dailies are a nuisance, and public sentiment will ere long force them to tssume respectable dimensions. There seems to be a race among the metropoli tan journals to see which can produce themost matter, regardless of its con tents. A paper edited with little more care and net quite so much rot, would in all probability suit the country better. The Milwaukee journals are much mare sought after and are more appreciated since they were forced to reduce their huge dimensions. The printers are evidently a very necessary part of the paper, but it behooves the editor to keep 'a few paces in advance in order to make the "machine" pay. DAILY EPITAPfci TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, WORLD'S NEWS. Asdassins At Work In Springfield Missouri. A Terrible Railroad Horror, on Boston & Providence R. R. The Last Will and Testament of Henry Ward Eeeoher. The Reported Attempt upon the Ozar'a Life Not True. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISrATCHKS. Arrested for rattKUlemtaf New York, March 14. Farnk M. Scott, cashier of the publisning firm of Webster and Co of New York, was arres ted to-day at his home, for the embezzel ment of $20,000 from the firm, He was committed to jail. A ltnllroad (olltitna. TrUCKEE, Cal, March 14. This morning freight trains No 7 and No8, collided at Blue Canyon, they were both double headers. No 7 was standing on the main track and N08 was going west and ran into N07. The four locomotives and a number of cars were badly wrecked None of the crews were hurt. rerklnsi). Baldwin. Los ANGEins, March 14 Judge W. A, Cheney, ef the superior court, this morning filedan opinionin case the of Miss LouisePerkins, versus F. J. Baldwin, on botion for a new trial gramrtra' motion. The case was tried a year ago before Judge Patch, of Santa Barbara, sitting in place of Judge Bronson. Miss Per kins was given a verdict by the jury for $75,000 damages for alleged breach of promise. Two Men Killed. Kansas City, March 14 A special to tke Journal from Springfield says: Last night a body of armed men went to the house of Win. Eaton of this city and breaking down the doors fired a volley of shots into the house. Wm. Eaton and Charles Green were killed out-right. Eaton's aged father was seriously wound ed; one woman was shot in the head and another in the hand. The murderers then made good their escape. Mrs. Ea ton affirms that she recognized two of them. Itis alleged that the attacking party are a band of robbers, of a noted vigilance organization. It is supposed that they killed Eaton and Green for be ing out-spoken against them. The greatest excitement peevails in that vi iiiity over the affair. Nat True. London, March 14. Reports printed by the.S'.indard saying that an unsuc cessful attempt of assassination of the Czar of Russia had been triad', is utterly Uscreditcd by Dustan the Russian am bassador here. In an interview this morning, he said he had received no tel egram in regard to such an attempt, and this was sufficient evidence t convince him that the report was unfounded. If it were true he would have received a dispatch long ago. The Standard com menting on the reported attempt on the Czar's life says, "such event might be sufficient to turn the scales in the direc tion ofwar. From this point of view the outrage is of the greatest possible signification. A Terrible Bnllroad Aettdrnt. Boston, March 14. It is reported that a hevaily loaded passenger train on the Boston and Pravidence, railroad met with a terrible accident about 7 o'clock this morning between Rosendale and Forestville. Four cars it is said, have geae through the bridge, and many pai-1 sengers killed. A wrecking train hat left here for the scene of the accident. Advices just receievd state that 19 bodies have already been taken from the wreck. The latest advices from the scene of the accident of the Bostan and Provi dence train indicates that 32 persons were killed 40 injured among thse are many women. Conducted Linden, was among the killed. , An accident this morning occured en the Dedham branch of the Boston and Ptovidence railroad between Forestville and Rosendale Park bridge. ' Dedham, consist! baggago car under Linden, broke through the oridge. The engine and three cars went over safely. Thi five others fell through tht bridge t the road below a distance of thirty feet. The last car which was a smoker turned completely over and struck on top of the others all being crushed almost out of shape. The cause of the accident is said to have bean by the bridge breaking. The police say that 23 of those inju. in the accident, were killed outright and uearly as many more will die. A Web stet Clapp, died in Forestville station where he had been taken. The engin eer when his engine broke from the train keept right on to Forestville,and gave the alarm. instead of stopping to ascertain the extent of the accident. The officers of the road and many doctors are now there doing all In their power. The bod ies of the killed were horribly mangled, some of their heads being entirely sever ed from there bodies, and many bodies crushed beyond recognition. Another Kuslaa Coisflraey. Sofia. March 14. A Russian named Beokof recently brought some bands of Montenegrin desperadeos numbering 50 men each, into Sofia with the view of creating an insurrection. The plot was discovered and Beokof and a portion of his followers escaped. Others were ar rested and have confessed that they were paid to come and do whatever they were instructed to do. a list of the members ja of the goverment party was found in Beokof s lodgings. Some of the names on the list were marked, and t is presu med that the conspirators intended to assassinate the person so designated. Beeehcra Win. New York. March 14. The will of the late Henery Ward Beecher was filed for probate to-day. It was as follows: In the name of God, amen! I, Henry Ward Beecher, of the city Brooklyn and the State of New York, hereby revoking allaother and former wills by me hereto fore made, do make, publish and dec lare this to be my last will and testament. First I hereby authorize ray excutors and suc'i of them as shall qualify on my death, to collect and receive the amount of my life insurence to invest the same and to pay the proceeds of such invest ments to my wife during her life in equ al quarter yearly payments. Second I hereby give, bequeath and devise unto my executors or such of them as shall qualify, the net residue and remainder of my estate, real and perianal of every kind, in trust for the benifit of my chil dren, and I hereby direct that my said executors distribute amd apportion my said estate among my said children in such manner and form, and at such time or times, as shall in their judgment be for the best interests of my said children, giving unto my said executors full power to sell and mortgage such and so much of my real and personal property as they shall deem best, and to invest or distri bute the proceeds of such sale er sales as herein provided. Third It is my will that if any of my children should die before the complete distribution of my estate as above pro. vided, leaving issue surviving them that such issue shall stand and take the place of the parent, taking per stirpes and not per capita. Fourth I hereby nominate, constitute and appoint my sons, Henry B. Beecher, Wm. O. Beecher, and Herbert T. Beech er all of Brooklyn, New York, and my son-in-law, Rev. Samuel Scoville of Nor wich, New York, my executors of and trustees of this my will, and it is my will that no bond shall be required of them or either of them. (Signed) HENRY WARD BEECHER. The witnesses are A. S. Barnes and F, D. Blake, of Brooklyn. Mjflttto d chaMPtor TUESDAY MORNING, "'" , jvaaa Notice. A meeting of the stockholders of the Old Guard Mining Company will be held on Thursday, April 7th, 1887, at -3 p?m , at the office of J. V. Vickers in Tomb stone, Arizona, for the purpose of elect ing Directors and authorizing sate and conveyance of the property Of said com pany. Dated March 3, 1S87. J. V. Vickers, Secretary. Directors Megiing. A meeting of thft 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 7th, 1887. B. A. Packard, Vice-Presideiitt. Dated March 3rd, 1887. J. V. Vicklrs, Secretary. 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 10, 18S8. The bids must be accompanied kh good and sufficient bond in the sum of $500, conditioned that the bidder wili 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. English, Clerk. mm ' 1 Rapid Beating of tha Heart. Whenever you feel an uneasiness in the region of the heart, a slight pain in the shoulder, arm, or under the shoulder blade, or when you find yourself short o breath when exercising, or your heart has periods of beating fast, you have heat disease, and should take Dr. Flint's Heart Remedy. At druggists. $1.50 Descriptive treatise with each bottle or address J. J. Mack & Co., S. F. When one is sick advice is plenty, but not always the best. A good rule is to accept only such medicines as have after long years of trial proved worthy of con fidence. This in a case where other peo ple's experience may be of great service, anc it has been the experience of thous. rnds that Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is the best cough medicine ever used. OakWood. Oak or Juniper in four (4) foot lengths, or cut ready for use, sold by the cord at Tweed's cheaper than can be bought elsewhere. H. K. Tweed. Wigwam slippers and all styles of new shoes for sale cheap at Tweed's. Ties and scarfs ofthe latest designs at weed's. Tweed's Summer clothing at cost at Twted'a. - ' For Sale All kinds of choice eggs for sitting purposes. Dark Brown Leghorns, White Leghorns, Golden Poland, Silver .spang led Hamburg, Black Langshang and Wyandotts. A sitting of 15 of these fine eggs will only cost you S2.50. Apply at the Can Can and give two days notice and all orders will be filled. A. D. Walsh. tf. Can Can. BASES! RACES! -AT Doling's Track, -ON 8T. PATRICK'S DAY, MARCH 17. 1887. The Progamma includei Match Race for 150, Purse Race for J50. In addition there will be Foot Racing, a Cocking Main, Etc. Races will begin at 2 o'clock. ADMISSION TO TRACK : : : : JACK Dome, Proprietor. 50CM. DR. FLINTS HEART REM ED. V . JE5CE1EM W.l AUlJKKttS JJMACK&C& Hf$ jnunmt jro f Ml an onetriiws la lh rtgloa tt fla Mart, alight pain In the hooldcr.ano orondtrttu 'oulilr blada, cr when yon fl joarU ahert d I'tcatn wlian xardatnr, cr your heart hat pane! if llnjr fut,voa Iiavo heart dUeaaa.and ahoald kaDr.nint'HrlmedT. l sx SMOrtpNra Uaaty wlta each betSe, cr mailed Ire. k"7l tt? HAMBURG FIGS. Thera U n remedr rhlcu can rlral Hamtarf FIr tot the cure of habitual constipation, lBd!;sfcoa and ilck-beadache. 'Xhclr action, la prompt aad tiBslcntaa their taateia pleasant. 24cnH. 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The lutLbt styles cr everything in these line ehjaper tkan you can purchars in San Francisco. ines, Liquors and Cigars Of choice imported and California brands by the k, kot tie or gallon. Finest American and imported liquera. Htgk grade cigars, tobaccos and cigarettes. Also a full ass-tment of staple article ml And everything usually kept in a first-class Geacml chandise Establishment Most Compete fiiocl: No old goods. Everything fresh and new. Before you make your purchases take a walk through TWEED'S STORE Oor. of Allen and Fourth Sts., TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA HOI (i()9DK Fourth Streets. at Poplar Prieis I I-' r 1 firms. one araclw wkiah tWm Su VF the premises. Cplgmta's flnre of soap, r Mer of Goods in Arizona.