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TOMBSTONE ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 14, 1887.
No. 129. VOL. VIII. DAILY EPITAPH. BOB DARRAGH'S STAGE LINE. tae to connrctwlth western-bouud train lev; es at 3-30 p. n. tnsc to connect with eastern-bound tram leate? t 3"3 P- , , Stage to connect with Ouaynm train leaves It 8:30 R. W. taje for Charlettoi leavej t 8:30 a. m. BRADSHAWS STAGE UNE. Sta? for ljsbe leaei at a. m. (except Sun- 3mce-o4 Allfn Street, under Ocoidental Hctel. mjii , iim imi 1 1 iii.-iijuiiuiiH..iL.u rhi par la lct on nl at B. O. Dake's 4TrtllB Atenoy. 64 and 05 Mer chMt' Bxotaana. San PranoUoa, Cal , wdr otntraoU fr dYBrtlsl can b Biaa far It. LOCAL NOTES. Red does very well for a flag if it is striped with white. f erhaps the Labor party will another time prefer to have Carter Harrison in dorse the other fellows. J. L. Ward is building the finest livery stable that has ever been built in Arizona Mr. Ward is a first-class liveryman. Judge Wells Spicer one of the old timers f Tombstone committed suicide near Quijotoa a few days since. The Rescue hose company voted last night to change the lime of their meeting from Wednesday to Sunday. Twenty handsome copies of "The Life of Garfieid" went begging for a bid at a Washington auction until they were final ly taken at 3 cents each. The I. O. 0. F. will give a grand ban quet the 26th of this moth, it being the 66th anniversary of the order in Ame rica. , Ths. E. Farish is now the editor and puplisherof the Phenix Gazette. He will undoubtedly improve that journal as he is known to be an able writer. The Democrats and Republicans to gether make a powerful team. Doubt less this combination could beat the Davis-Swift crowd if it tried. Christine Nilson began under Signer Morelli for a salary of $200 a month. A few years later the Signor had to pay the I William Badd, of Melbourne, is a bet ter ma than his name would indicate. He spends half of his income every year in relieving the needs of deserving people- James Dolan sold his interest in the John Smith mine at Volcano City to John Keating for 2,000. This is consi dered one of the best mining properties in that ptomising section. The Phenix base ball club defeat ed the Lowell soldier boys in great shape making a score of 14 to 7. Ed Lang formerly ot Tombstone led with three home runs. Detroit clings to the flowinn bowl with a tenacity that is truly shocking. Twenty thousand majority against prohibition would seem to indicate a great sensitive ness in that quarter. As Prohibition travels Eastward it finds the sledding hard. It falls in Michi gan which is a reasonably pious state what will be its fate i a commonwealth like Ohio? Two men of determined character, great self-confidence amd disinclination to take advice met at the White House. One was ihe President of the United States the other was John L. Sullivan of Boston. Under the law of Massachusetts the saloons are limited to one for every 500 inhabitants. No saloons are allowed in Maine, at all under the law, yet there is one to every 515 inhabitants. Mrs. Polk, the widow of Jamet K. Polk, tenth Presfdent of the United States, is over eighty years of age, but she is in good health and she possesses a memory of unimpaired vigor. The examination of George Cleveland, who is charged by W. J. Bartlett with stealing his horse, will take place this morning before Judge Shearer. The prisoner is at present enjoying the hos pitalities of Sheriff Slaughter. Sargeant McKenna of, Troop B. 4th Cavelry on detached servlcs arrived yes terday and will return to-day with private Edward Don Lober, the "fire King'1 who has been playing a short engagement at the Elite Theatre in the role of sword swollower who deserted frora Fort Hua chuca March 31st 1887, A Good Ohaage. Mr. Alfredo Carrillo, contador at the San Pedro Custom House, made the Epitaph a pleasant visit last evening. Mr. Carrillo is a very pleasant gentleman and the Americans who have occasion to to visit Sonora on business and otherwise all speak in terms ef praise of the new management at the Custom house. Se bastian Harnguete the new administrador at that place is a very competent, obliging gentleman, and is very accomodating to the Americans iu business relations. This particular Custom House has in the past given very poor satisfaction to the traveling public, and the management as a general thing has been bad, but since Mr. Uarriguete has taken posession it has given general satisfaction. The Eri TAPti is in hopes that this worthy gentle man may be permitted to retain mc place. Olash of Authority. Cardinal Taschereau does not agree with Cardinal Gibbons as to the Knights of Labor. The latter indorses whilst the former condemns them. No definite action has been takon by the Pope, and until that is done each of the cardinals will control the subject in his own dio cese, one forbidding and the other per mitting Catholics to be members of the order. Dr. McGlyun continues to in dorse the doctrine of Henry George, that it is proper to take other men's land, and it appears like there was some confusinn in the Catholic church that might lead to unpleasant results, though it is im possible to arrive at any conclusion as to the probabilities until the Pope speaks the law of the church. Dr. McGlynn may want to be a modern Luther. Pope Leo's Successor. Some papers are talking about the desirability of having the Pope of Rome an American. Undoubtedly this would be very flattering to our National pride, it is something that is due to the great mass of devoted loyal Catholics this side of the Atlantic, and any of the venerable prelates at the head of the church in America would wear the papal tiara with honor to himself and Catholism. But for all that the thing is out of question. The succession to St. Peter is in the hands of a compact cabal of Italian car dinals who will never allow it to go out side of their combinatioa. There has not been a Pope of foscign birth since Adrian VI, of Utrecht, who was elected in 1522365 years ago. Oounty Records. The following documents were filed in the County Recorder's office yester day: Locations. Hard Tack Tombs tone district H. Dunker and Dan Welch. Ofeicial bond. D. Johnson Con stable, WiUcox Sureties, John C. Fall, Thos Steele $1,000. Butcher report. Erie, Butcher Co Bisbee For month of March 13 head of cattle. D3EDS OF real ESTA'IE. Sol R, Pierce and wife to J. J. Muirhead House on Melvina mining claim, Bisbee; $500. J. V. Vickers to W, C. Read i lots 1 and 2 block A, Vizina addition Tombstone $150. Mr. L. W. Blinn returned from Phenix yesterday, at which place he has been for the past two weeks. Mr. Blinn made several large pur chases of land during his short stay in the Salt River valley, which, it is reported, amounts to neariy $50,000. Mr. Blinn is one of the best business men in Arizona, and the fart of his buy ing property in Maricopa county, augurs well for the future success of that county. Four or five British ironclads with their batteries unlimbered are standing off the coast of Venezuela waiting for the government of that country 'to surrender several Englishmen who are in prison without authority of law. If they are not deliversd at a certain time the ships will open fire, and there is understood to be a crisis in cabinet circles. If the outs want to seize the government this month they need not look for a better oppor tunity. M. Barbachano and Miss Maria Bus- tamanta of the San Pedro Custom house were married a few days since at the res idence of the brides parents near Ochoa ville. Jose Maaldalco and Miss Francisca Martinez, acting respectfully as grooms man and bridesmaid. The happy wedded couple belong to the best families in Son ora ar.d are bright intelligent people. The Epitaph, extends its best wishes to the happy family. William T. Coleman of California who is a candidate for the Presidency has a fortune of $20,000,009, 1 MISSING LINKS. Earthquake shocks were felt at Bur lington Vt. Saturday. Miss Catherine Wolfe left $350,000 to Grace Church New York. Eugene Semple of Washington Terri tory lias been appointed governor of that territory. The winter wheat in Ohio, Indiana, Ill inois Kansas and Missouri has been in jured by dry weather. General Sheridan's increasing stoutness has caused him to make friends with a pair of Indian clubs. Harriet Beecher Stowe was forty when "Uncle Tom's Cabin" was published, She is now seventy-five. Lord Salisbury s health excites contin ued uneasiness among his friends who say that he is going down hill rather than "P- Mr. Ruskins net profits from his pecu liar system of publishing his own books are stated at $20,000 for the last year. Colonel Fred Grant is following his il lustrious fathers example i at least one thing. He sits on Badeau now and then. Mr. Beecher's Peerskill, place which is soon to be sold contains twenty acres of garden and a Gothic stone and brick house. Admiral Porter has received $30,000 bonus on his naval history and gets in addition 20 per cent en all of the books sold. Miss Helen Dauuray lives with her mother and brothers and sisters in a handsome residence on Park avenue New York City, Professor Max Muller snorts thirty-seven titles conferred on him by great scien tific and literary societies and universi ties. The German Emperor suffers from fre quent drowsiness and is apt to fall asleep whenever seated for any length of time. The late Paul Tulane founder of the Tulane University in New Orleans went to that city from Princetow N. J. in 1818 ouhoissback. The examination of L. Larieu was con cluded in Judge Shearer's court yester day, all but the arguments of counsel which will be made to-day. Col. ring, the defendant's counsel, will a gallant fight far his client. Her make The finding of a keg of gun powder with a fuse attached in the vestibule of the Spanish Cortes at Madrid would seem to indicate a desire on the part of some of the residents 6f that city to open a socialistic campaign of some kind. The Bell Telephone Company wanted to plead, answer and demur all at the same time in the suit against it by the government at Boston. But it was re quired to do just what other people are, select its mode of defense. Frederick Douglass writes from Naples that he and Mrs. Douglass are enjoying their traveling very much. While in Egypt he climbed to the top of one of the pyramids, but does not care to do again. James R. Jordon, the new marshal for the western district of Virginia., who was appointed last Monday, is the youngest man in this country holding a like posi tion. He is only twenty-seven years of age- Col. Thomas P. Ochiltree finds no fault with the newspaper reporters when they saddle his big stories on him. He f's willing to accept fame, but his bristles rise when he is credited with spinning yarns in the rude Texas vernacular. Queen Ranaylonn III, of Madagascar, is a brave young woman only twenty-five years of age, and is said to be a sincere Christian. About four hundred thousand of her people also profess the Christian religion. In the city of Lawrence Kansas the wicked and bad character of the Repub lican nominee for mayor was made an issue and the ladies of that deluded bnrg voted as a unit for him thus giving him the largest majority ever given to any candidate in that city. Notice. All those gentlemen who kindly volun teered to donate pictures to the Rescue Hose company for the decoration of their quarters are respectfully requested to leave rhe same with the steward of the compaay. G. S. Bradshaw, iw President. SALOON MEN IN OOUNOIL. Tlioy Organize T Contest The Late License Law- Persuant to a call of several saloon men of Tombstone a large number of liquor deal ers met at the City Hall last Wednesday for the purpose of advising as to the best method to be adopted in reference to the late unjust license law enacted by the fourteenth legislature. There were a large number of interested men present and Henry Campbell was unanimously elected President of the Association, Harry Stevenson Secretary, and Chas. Haefner Treasurer. After the election of officers the following resolutions were adopted without division by the organiza tion and the members present signi fied their approval of the docu ment by attaching their signatures there to. Whereas, The last Legislatuse of the Territory of Arizona passed a new Li cense Act, which we the liquor dealers of the City of Tombstone and of Territory generally deem unjust and discriminat ing, being class Legislation, in that it applies only to one class of business, and exempts others and also as being illegal and unconstitutional, and in direct con flict with the Harrison act, for the government of Territories. Therefore be it Resolved, That we the liquor dealers (wholesale and retail) of the city of Tomb stone, county of Cochise, Territory of Arizona in meeting assembled, do now constitute ourselves into a permanent or ganization to be known as the Liquor Dealers Protective Association of Tomb stone, Resolved, That the object of this As sociation shall be the mutual protection efeach other against unjust extortion and discrimination of outside influ ences. Resolved, That this Association thank and assist the Prescott Aassocia tion in their endeavors to contest this un just License Law in the courts of this Territory and if neccessary carry it to the Supreme Court of the United States. Resolved, That this Association be assessed pro rata of all expenses for con testing the same. Resolved, That we cordially invite all the Liquor dealers of the county of Co chise to act with us or when possible to form separate association and notify the President of the Tombstone Association of such organization, the name of Presi dent and number of members. Resolved, That the officers of this Association shall consist of a President Secretary and Treasurer. Resolved, That all Liquor dealers desiring to become members of this Asso ciation, will sign their names to these res olutions. L. B. Van Burt J. B Ayars H.'K. Tweed T. A. Walker W. H. Curnow Jos. Pascholy Geo. W. Walker Martin Costello G. Nardini J. H. Campbell Fred Wald R. F. Hafford Hafner& Shaughncsy E. Lenormand H. C. Stevenson G. S. Bradshaw Pasqual Nigro John Hennessy Alfred Richards Jack Smith Joe Bignon John Martin. BISBEE. W. H. Ramsey S. R. Pierce James Toler Clark 3c Letson H. Dubacher Notice On and after April 1st, weekly ice tick ets will be sold for $1 and upwards. Ice to weekly customers will not be delivered without ttckets. tf. Southwestern Ici Co. A Life Mads Miserable. By dyspepsey is scarcely worth the living. A capricious appetite, heartburn puzzeling nervous symptoms, increased action of the heart after eating, sinking in the abdomen betweea meals, and flat ulence after, are among the successive indica of this harrassing complaint. Two things are needful in its removal. A re sort to Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, and persistence in its use. These remedial measures being adopted a cure is certain Takon immediately before or after meals this stomachic promotes secretion of the gastric juice, the natural solvent of the food. The nervous and billious sympt oms consequent upon chronic indigestion disappear, as the complaint gradually yeilds to the corrective and invigorating influence of the Bitters. Appetite returns sleep becomes more refreshing and as a sqeuence, the body is efficiently nourish ed, muscular power increases, and the mind grows sanguine. Use the Bitters for chills and fever, and the rheumatism, J. MYERS & BRO., BLOOD of HAS NEVER BEEN HEARD OF, NEITHER HAS ANYONE EVER INTIMATED THAT WE ARE FRAUDS! But on ihe contrary, sensible, careful buyers, claim tha nowhere can good qualities in NEW & STYLISH II MS and FURNISHING GOODS low prices We Cheat and Swindle None, not even our worst enemy, but we give you a Plump Dollar Value in Honest Goods, for every hun dred cents you bring us. DROP IN AND TRY US! J. MTEES & BBO., CORNER FIFTH AND ALLEN STREETS. M. NEW AUCTION HOUSE. ALLEN STREET. Carpets, latest paterns, 20cts, 50cts and $1 per yard. Eastern Prices. Furniture, Rockers, Bedsteads, Dressers, Mirrors . Eastern Prices. Window Shades 40cts, Kitchen Safes, Wah stands. Eastern Prices. Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes at Eastern Prices, A full and complete libf GENTS' Furnishing GOODS Dinner, Breakfast and Soup Plates, 80cts, per doz. Eastern Prices. Cups and Saucers $1.50 per doz., Floor Oil Cloths, 40cs, 50cts per yd. Harness, Tinware, and Glassware, always on hand at reasonable prices. Wagon Covers, Tents, Gfuns and Ammuni tion at Eastern Prices. Wall paper of every ' 25, 30 and $1,25 per 1 ALLEN ST. BET. COR. FIFTH & ALLEN RUNNING Tombstone 'CLOTHE be 'bought at such wonderfully as at our store. Barrow's style and description, roll. . Barrow. FOURTH AND FIFTH.