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DAILY EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 14, 1887.
DAILY TOMBSTONE EPITAPH A ND COCHISE COUNTY RECORD. JOHNO. DUNBAR, Editor and Prop. Fourth Streat, Bat. Fremont and Allan Tombstone, Cochise Comity, Arizna.', suncnirrioM fhicei ily (delivered by carrier) jwrweelc.... 5'- illrons year $' lufyslx months S Dally three months 3 Entered in the Tombstone pestefSc as iec- end class matter. t " OFFICIAL PAPER OP COCHISE COUNTY. The European capital which does not have a dynamite scare at least once a month is considered slw and out of fashion. , The Tung Lung bank at Hong Kong, China, failed to pay its creditors and the government has just ordered all the offi cials beheaded. Chinese civilization has some commendable traits that might be cpied by western barbarians with great profit. A rule like that in this country weuld work great damage to Canada. The Anarchists held a grand paw-pow in New York on the release of Johan Most from his year's confinement ia the penitentiary. Most's confinement has improved his personal appearance, as there is a rule, compulsory on all prison ers, requiring them to keep their bodies clean. Most's mind, judging from his speech, is as dirty as ever. Nothig will clean that but a dynamite bath. The man who best serves Arizona's in terests is the one who uses his pencil in portraying the manifold advantages she possesses, men who make newspapers the medium through which they vent their spleen and shout their democracy or republicanism to the detriment of our Territery, arc a bar to its advancement and progress, party triumph's and politi cal ascendancy are at all times of a sec ondary consideration, the waving fields of grain will bloom and thrive well under the administration of democracy, the happy and contented farmer will garner in his fields of ripening wheat, little caring who or what is the political complexion f Arizona's governor. The labor that the press of Arizona are called to perform is to let the world know our numerous and varied resources, our mountains of rich undeveloped minerals, our broad un occupied acres, the capabilities of which are unsurpassed, our fertile valleys, where fruits in abundance can be ripened nnder the invigorating rays of Arizona's sunshine. This, to our way of thinking, is the mission of the press, it is to build up and develop, purify and reform abuses in both parties, strike hands in the grand onward march and lift our fair promising Territory up and beyond the reach of political tricksters of either party. This is our platform, our ambition is to see Arizona matching abreast f the princi pies of civilization and advancement, no matter what the inscription on the fore most banner may be, either Republican or Democrat, the fitest survive in all contests, this is the inevitable law of nature, and will survive any and all parties. An exchange tells us that a beatiful rosebush has been tiansplanted from the historical home of Henry Clay to the grave of Thurlw Weed. This simple and touching incideat brings back to our people the image and the days of that greatest of whig leaders. Henry Clay, by his unexampled life and teachings held sway amid the leading minds of the South, his voice was ever raised in the interest f the onward marches of civili zation and human advancement. The people of the South are born politicians and thousands of these people who can neither read nor write can discuss the political issues of the day in a manner which is surprising to the educated poli ticians of the north. The whigs of the South were for Henry Clay on every proposition, and it was a severe blow for them to witness the dissolution of that grand old party. Thousands and tens of thousands of the white men of the South the sons of the old followers of Henry Clay have been voting for free trade, for that sublimated Democratic nonsense called state sovereignty, and for all the isms of follies that constitute Democracy, when both inclination and intelligence urged them to unite with the Republican party, which was standing upon the platform of their fathers, but the road was barred by the inexorable law of caste. Now that President Cleve land has broken down this barrier stronger than any Chinese wall by in viting negroes to seats at the banqueting table of the Democratic party, even to the exclusion of some of the white brethren, these SDUthern whigs can follow their inclinations, let intelligence lead them instead of prejudice, and by unit ing with the Republican party secure the triumph of the old whig principles which Henry Clay advocated and their fathers voted for. The rose from the gat den of the old home ef Mr. Clay blooms and thrives in loving remembrances of the friendship of these two gallant patriotic Mns of free America WORLD'S NEWS. San Francisco's New Charter Gone to the Wall. MORE APACHES ON THE MOVE Governor Hill Vetoes the Lioense Law. High COWBOY ROBBER IN IRONS. associated press dispatches. created. San Francisco, April 13. The pro posed new charter fr San Francisco, was defeated yesterday by a vote of 13,49 against 9,74s or ' Appolutiucati. Washington, April 13. The "Presi dent ta-day commssUned C. R. Barratt, as postmaster at Salt Lake City, Utah; and E. J. Farltn, postmasterjat Ashland Oregon, vice A. P. Hammond, removed. YtUlng Utah License' Albany, April 13. Governor Hill, sent the Assembly a message vetoing the re cently passed high license bill and on mo tion of Crosby, the promoter of the meas ure, it was laid on the table. The Cowboy Consul. Washington, D. C. April 13. The Paymaster General Rochester has re ceived a telegram from Chief Paymaster Terrell, reporting that Charles H. Par ker, the .man who robbed Paymaster Bush of seventy-four hundred dollars, has been arrested. X la Sullivan Napa, Cal., April 1 3. - Edgar Walters and F. Wagner, last night, one mile from Napa, had a pnso fight with bare knuck les. In one round Walters was struck on the head and rendered unconscious, and has net yet recovered. It is repor ted that thirty persons were present, Though the matter was keept secret the unexpected injury to Walters disclosed the affair. Extensive Land 8a!o. San Francisco, April 13. The sale has been effected in this city of the ex tensive and well known Los Alomos ranch, in Santa Barbara county, a tract of land about forty miles from the town of Santa Barbara embracing about 14,000 acres, and heretofore owned by Thomas and John S. Bell. The purchaser was D. N. Grover, of Santa Cruz, aid the purchase prico was $350,01 0. Arrtittd on Stuplrlon. Pittsburg, April 13. Tho accom plices of the railroad thieves are resorting to threats to intimidate the Pan Handle Railroad officials. Two more arrests were made shortly after midnight Jno. Barth and Jno. Smith, brakemen are supposed to be implicated in the robber ies. They were surprised at their homes. Barth was discharged from the Pan Han: die a short time ago, and has since been working on the Baltimore & Ohio. The returns. San Francisco, April 13. The latest retnrns up to noon to-day from the en tire State indicate that amendments one and two will probably be defeated, while amendment three will be adopted by a small majority. San Francisco cast heavy maiorites for them, while the in terior were strong against them, though less opposition was manifested against number three than against one and two The interior adverse majorities, it is be lieved, will overcome the cities favorable majorities of one and two, but number three will probably have a small majority in its favor. Exceedingly Serious. Toronto, April 13. The Globe says: "The letter of President Cleveland to the president of the fishery union Gloucester Mats., is a remarkable and important document. It is not such a letter as Americans interested in the fisheries de sired to receive from the president, but the letter was evidently intended as a warning to Canadians. While we desiro that the rights of Canada be firmly and efficiently asserted and maintained, we hope American fishermen will not be re- I fused any privileges ta which they are entitled and that they will never expier ience unjust or unfriendly treatment from those employed in the protection of our rights. It would be folly, however to put nut of sight the fact that many in the United States, including apparantly the president and the members of the cabinet, asserts that the fishermen of the United States have rights in our waters which we believe they have,, not under the terms of the treaty now in force, and that there are privileges to which they are entitled in the opinion of the presi dent, to which we say they have no title whatever. From this understanding, if we assert what we beIieveto be our rights greater misunderstandings may arise. This letter though studiously moderate in tone intimates plainly what may follow The position is to say the least exceed ingly serious." Jlorlus More Apnclin. Washington, April 13. Special Indian agent H. S. Welton, now in the city will leave for the west to-night to supnntend teo removal of the Jicarilla band of Apaches, numbering about 700 souls, now on the Mescalero reservation in southern New Mexico, to their old res ervation, which is now occupied by the XJf.s in northern New Mexico. In 1883 this hand was removed to the Mescalero reservation and vacated a reservation open to settlement. With this arrange ment neitrer of the tribes were satisfied they have repeatedly set forth their grievances to the chief officials. The principal cause for complaint among the Jicarillas is that all of the reservation lands were for the Mescaloros previous to their arrival. On February nth last the President re-established the Jicarilla reservation and a law passed that session ef congress directing that they be located thereon. That section of the bill appro priating money to defray the expenses of their removal was however defeated. Notwithstanding which Special Agont Welton will undertake to make the re moval without cost to the government, local military authorities have volunteer ed to aid in the removal so far as they can consistantly do so. The distance is about 400 miles and will be made over land, the Indians using their ponies to transfer their effects. Mining Stocks. San Francisco, Cal., April 13. As reported yesterday: Best & Belcher 6 75 Chollar 675 Crocker 90 Con. Virgina 5 25 Peer 30 Peerless 7; Ophir 6 87 Savage 5 75 Hale & Norcross 43 Confidence 8 50 Potosi 7 37 Sierra Nevada 3 40 Utah 2 00 Union 3 00 Yellow Jacket 4 50 Mt. Diablo, 4 45 Locomotive 85 Gould & Curry 390 There is nothing equal to the Great Acme Remedy to restore your nerves after excessive drinking, and what is still more creditable to the remedy, it will, if used as directed, destroy the appetite for rum and stimulating drinks. O&n Oan Restaurant Have always on hand the choicest Steaks, Chops, Game, Fish and Oysters, Spring Chicken and Fresh'Eggs. Also Fresh Butter and Milk from the New Can Can Dairy. Open day and night. A. D.Walsh, Proprietor. Macneil & Moore are now receiving by express regular shipments of the world renowned J. E. D. brand of fresh rancn butter. Wanted A position to docooking and general house work in a nice family by a German lady. Address M. A., EPI TAPH office. Fruit Trees. Peach, apricot, plum, cherry, nectar ine, apple, pear, fig, quince, and um brella trees, grapevines, rose bushes, small fruit and house plants and bulbs sold by J. H. Tuttle, 2d street, between Allen and Fremont, Tombstone. New patterns in wall paper at Mon moniers. Occidental Hotel. This is the only first-classhotel in Tombstone. It is handsomely furnished 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 supplied with pure brands of wines, liquors and I cigars tl " Read me for my cause, and bepatient hat ye may read." Shakespeare. The Greatest Study of Mankind is Man TI11 greatest study of mankind fs man, And who er'e his wonderous frame doth scat. Ponder and kevise to cure an ill, Whether by devise fruit or pill. An equal benefactor is he, and we haste, The inventor of a cathartic 01 delicious taste. To do him honor. Who remembers not how the distressed mother. Her child's entreaties tries to smother, That she insist not the horrid dose be taken, The remembrance e'en no does nausea awaken, And fond father, To be witness of his child's torture, would rather Pay high price. If money could purchase Cathartic nici. We have it now 1 and great De Prati's name. Appears upon the scroll of Esculapian fame; For after long study v, hat would suit. Has hit upon delicious fruit To cure our ills. Away at once with draughts and pills; For whether it be indigestion, liver complaint or Constipation, Or any disease to which flesh is heir, He here with pride does boldly declare. And on the assertion will wager big, That It can be cured by a HAMBRG F1S ! At druggists, 25cts a box. J. J. Mack & Co. proprietors, S. F. Mow Goods. A full line of Spring and Summer goods have just been received by Harris, the Tailor, and they will be made to suit customers or no pay demanded. Call and examine .my stock before ordering elsewhe-e. Harris Tho Tailor. Neglected colds often become incur able aiiments. Deal with them in time, and prevent their becoming deep-seated in the system, by using Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Forty years' experience in every climate on earth, has proved this to be the most reliable remedy for colds, coughs and all lung diseases. Just received at Joe Hoefler's, a car oad of the celebrated Stockton crown brand flour and a quantity of fresh gro ceries. au27-tf F. & A. M. King Sololomon Lodge No. 5, F. & A. M., holds stated meetings on the third Saturday night in each month in Masonic hall at 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. LouisiaHa molasses at Si. 25 per gallon 'also a fine assortment of LonUiana sugar, just received at Joe Hoefler's. Wigwam slippers and all styles of new shoes for sale cheap at Tweed's. Wanted A woman to cook, liberal wages paid; apply to Miners' Boarding House. tf. Tho G. A. E. The raeeings of the Burnside Post G. A. R. No. 36 will take place the second and fourth Saturdays of each month at the City Hall a 8 p. m. B. A Fickas, Commander. A. L. Grow,. Adjutant. tf. Spring and Summer Goods 1 am in receipt of a fine line of Spring and Summer goods which will be made p to order on short notice and at reasonable prices. All orders promptly attended to. B. Hattich, Allen bet. Fifth and Sixth Sts. Vaooination Just received from Europe a quantity of pure cow-pox virus. W. W. Fetterman, M. D., Cor. 6thand Fremont, Tombstone. We are now prepared to draw drafts direct, issue letters of credit, and transfer money by mail, and cable, on all points of Europe Asia, Africa and Australia. R. W. Wood. Cashier Bank of Tombstone Fruit Trees The finest two-year old fruit trees, quinces, peach, apricot, apple, pears, plums, prunes, nectarinus, (persimmon Japan,), chesnut, olives, almond, pome granates,mountcyprcssj also fifty different roses, pinks and many other plants for sale by William Brauch, Fulton street, between Second and Third, Tombstone, Arizona. Orders by mail promptly at tended. Our motto is honest dealing. Four boxes pot plants received by express to-day, most all in blooms, wis tarias, Lady Washington, heliotrope, primroses, carnation, begonias and many other plants. Notice to the Public. Our customers are notified that we cannot permit the use of the hose at present, and are requested to avoid all waste and unnecessary use of wator. Our present supply is needed for ordinary family use, and for furnishing mill and tho various mining companies. Huachuca Water Co., Sycamore Water Co., J. W. CLARK, I m30 Gen 1. Agent. TWEED'S OUR MOTTO: UTB&LetlMi Corner Allen and Fourth Street, TOMBSTQMX, ARIZONA. Goods for tie PeoBle H. K. Tweed desires to call the attention of the Tombstone public to his immense and varied stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE Which he is now offering at prices that place the goods within the reach of everyone. All Eastern Goods purchased direct in tkt East, not second hand through California firms. Among the thousand and one articles which fill mammoth store will be found FAMILY GROCERIES Of evry description. Finest California canned good. Eu ropean and California dried fruit Table delicacies. Ghoice coffee roasted and ground on the premises. Colgate's toile and other well known brands of soap. Clothing and Furnishing Goods Of which a large assortment of both Easter and California goods will be found at very moderate prices. The latest styles of everything in these Hum cheaper rhaa you can purchase in San Francisco. Wines, Liquors and Cigars Of choice imported and California brands by the cask, kt tie or gallon. Finest American and imported liquors. High grade cigars, tobaccos and cigarettes. Also a full ass-tment of staple articles of And everything usually kept in. a first-class General Mer chandise Establishment. Most Coiplete Stock: No old goods. Everything fresh and new. Before yo make your purchases take a walk through TWEED'S STORE Cor. of Allen and Fourth Sts, TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA STORE SMwM$m! oo GOODS MLBftAtlJffiiffi at Poplar Prieis ! this of Goods in Arizona.