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Quill Drops ami Pon.-il
Points Jottfid "Down "By
,Who Arp Always on tlio
Alnrt for Any Item of
v News That May
S loves wore in deman 1 to-l;iy and
many of thorn were utilized.
Blankets nnd quilts very cheap, at
the New York Store.
The rain has been pattering upon
the roof all the afternoon.
Will A. Na.-h. Notarv Public, Daily
Tomustoxf. oiliee, Ali'-n street, be
tween Third and Fouith.
The Itev. Mr. Young held services
In Charleston last evening.
All new style' dress goods, at the
New York Store. '
The wind and storm t.-day played
.id havoc with the various flags' that
w -re Hying at "half mast.
Just received a fine assortment of
ladies cloth and tricots, at prices that
defy competition, at Stimmcrfu'ld
An ore wagon after being loaded
this morning tipped over, and we
learn injured one of the loader?.
Zcplwrs, yarns, r.ml ell kinds of
fancy goods, at the New York Store.
This has been a very cold and win
try day, and the chances are that we
are through with glimmer (his year.
Ladies and children's shoe.? fold
cheaper than anywhere else, at the
New York Store. . :-'
The new appointees of the custom
house arrived in this city List evening,
and took chaoge of the oiliee to-day.
Ladies plain and embroidered flan
nel underwear, at the New York .-'(ore
It is now Postmaster Clarke, instead
of cliiin, and we believe that v.e will
gt our mail a little more regulaily.
Pickled pork, just received at K. P.
Deputy Sheriff Crowley, of Will
cox, came in on Saturday evening and
returned to his home v'esterday morn
ing. Fresh cgc aalw; o 01. hand at the Cas!
c of IVai.cott "c Mcmck 1
Mr.'s's. Connor &' TinvU have sold
"the Pioneer meat market to Bauer .t
Tribolet, who will conduct the same
Boneless sardines, at B. P. Mans
Wc were in error in the amount of
cattle Bauer & Tribolet had purchased
from Messrs. Hall t A?ton, instead of
one hundred head, wc should have
said two hundred head.
Messrs. Cxscr ifcWehrfritz have juet
received another carload of the fam
ous hemp's, St. Louis beer, and it is
f-aid to be the finest that has ever
reached this Territory. o2Stf
Captain R. S. Hatch of the Tomlv
B.one Hangers, ami Sheriff of Coehi-e
county, spent a few days of the week
with his many friends in Nogalc-s.
A choice lot of dried fruit of al
kinds, at It. P. Mansfield's.
'Hie good times can't be f.ir off.
When newspaper.? thrive, it is a sure
indication that the halcyon days are
upon us. Tub Tomhstoki: ha arrayed
itself in a new uniform and prods the
world all around for its news items. It
is a go-ahead paper and is doing good
for Tombstone. Voice of Arizona.
In clothing wc positively take the
lead at Siimnicrfield Bros. o23tf
The Tombstone papers attempted to
pack a meeting to secure the adoption
of resolutions censuring Gov. Tritle,
for not demanding the immediate re
moval of Gen. Crook, and the press
poured out epithcel oT abuse against
him for not doing so. Now, why in
the name of Heaven do they not call
on Gov. Zulick to do what Gov. Tntlc
refused to do, If they arc really in
earnest, as they claim on the Indian
They have, Brother Martin, and
Gov. Zulick, like a gentleman, re
ponded, and the telegram is gone.
roil la. J
i.ast Saturday evening, just as trie
clock- were striking the midnight
hour, these of our citizens who
chanced to be out that late, we:e sud
denly made aware of a low tumbling
noise, followed immediately by the
crash of falling timbers and crumb-
ling adobes. 1
Our reporter, who was in the near
vicinity of the sound, immediately
proceeded to the corner of Fifth and
Allen street, and found that part of
the Oriental block had fallen in, and
upon examination it was found that
the partition wall between the saloon
occupied by Pidwell & Simmons and
that formerly occupied by Frank
Broad hail fallen down and caused
the roof of both buildings to fall in.
The wall in the saloon occupied hy
Martin Costello was badly sprung,
necessitating bracing it up with
heavy timbers. The ceiling and walls
of the building occupied by Joseph
Lippert, as a barber shop, are badly
damaged. Fortunately, owing to the
lateness, of the hour, no one was hint.
Joseph Lippert, who was a-h-ep in the
rear of the shop, received a few cuts
on his head from the falling plaster.
Tile air was full of dust and gas for
an ilour or more after the occurrence,
and how a fire was averted is a mys
tery. Chief Engineer Keefe, with a
force of men from th; engine cein
puiy, sltctehed ropes around the
ruined buildings, shortly after ihey
fdi down, to prevent ped-sttians from
Icing hurt. The propetty damaged
belonged to Ken Cook, and a party
who resides in th- east, and the total
damage will probably reach -f'o.OO I.
!: ,';i !ev.:i-.
Mr. W. S. Davis, the genial prop
rietor of tjie Eureka Hotel at Willeox,
has kindly sent us the following:
J. W. Flemming, the owner of the
Galena Chief mine, which is now be
ing worked by him.--lf and Tom
.'.anon, parsed through Willeox on
Friday, en route to Silver City, and
r 'ports the mine as looking well and
stales that he and his partner are
well "satisfied with the resulted1 their
Jaat srin. After an eight day's run
they clean d up $!,!(); in gold which
they run into a bar and which was
placed upon exhibition at the Eureka
Hotel where it wa.- inspected by many
of the eitiz"iis as it lay upon Ih'-sli-lf
in its glittering beauty. Mr.
Fleimniitg thinks that after the mill
and plates have been Used awhile he
will get befter returns fioin hi-, ore.
.Mr. Fh-miuing is one of the enterpris
ing men of this country, and too
much cannot be said in hi.i behalf.
lie is sociable and friendly with every
one he meets and always has a good
v.f.ul for his ui-hjhijurs. He stilted
that Do.-; Cabezas was taking upon it
self new life, and that the people there
had awakened from their legarthy
and were getting ready to wmk their
properties, and add to tl.e bullion
product of the Territory.
Itafa-1 Salrido, the Ties murderer,
who (scaped from the down train la-t
week, was recaptured near San Miguel
by Jo.-e Escalante, Prefect of Jfermo
sillo, and policeman Ilraulio Valencia,
Tranipiilona Enmerejildo and one
other, and taken to Ilcrmosillo List
Saturday morning. Salcido was
mounted on a good horse and was ac
companied by a man servant, showing
that hi- friends or relatives had pro
vided for his escape before he left the
train. He will doubtless be shot lc
fore hr gets another chance to escape,
l. 'Sr.w 3t .-relief.
This afternoon an individual stei
ped into the store of it. P. Mansfield,
on Fifth street, and inquired whether
they kept whisky for sale, and ujvjir
being answered in the affirmative,
asked to be shown some samples of
the whiskies on hand, as he did not
wish to purchase any but the best.
Mr. Mansfield then went into the cel
lar and returned with iivc glasses con
taining sample's of different brands of
which the would-be purchaser drank
down one after another as quickly as
he could, and then turning to the" as
tonished Mansfield, bid him good day
and walked out of the store. Jt'iss
Say& he will fix up the nc.tt individual
who wants to sample his whisky.
V C. ISyrnc, the popular agent o"
B. Friedlander merchant tail,
ors, of San Francisco, is at the Occi
dental Hotel, where his samples can
be seen, ami where he will be prepared
to take your measure for clothing.
This is Mr. Byrne's fifth or si.th trip
to this place, and he has always given
OUR POT- POURi
LOCAL OF JXli TEliKITO
Items That Please Some,
While It Mare the.
The. 1'cople's Paper Always
to the Fiont When
There i Anything1
to he Found
F. M. Parker took his departure this
morning for his home in New Mexico.
Fine Teas and Coffees a specialty
at It. P. Man.-iiekr.--.
Chailcs Bartholomew is suffering
from a severe case uf blood poi&oning
in his right hand.
Childiens school shoes very cheap,
at the New York St"".
.Io Paseholy won the canary birds
that were laillpd at the Crystal Pal-'
act- Saloon on Saturday evening.
Gent's underwear sold at ."0 cents
on the dollar, at the New York Store.
Havana Lillies, the Ix-st in the city,
Gen. D. K. Wardwel! is now endeav
oring .to become appointed Indian
agent in Colorado, Guess it is i ti for
lorn hope, though.
Try a bottle of Old Forrester whis
key, at It. P. Mansfield's.
Th" gratifying news reached thi.
e.ity to-day that the pilgrim, g. gordoti
adams, had been su.-pend'-.i as United
States and District Couit Commis
sioner, to take effect at once, and that
G. G. Birry had bten temporarily ap
pointed in his stead.
The largest assortment of fancy
crackers in this city just receives! at
It. P. Mansfield's. :t20tf
Judge Bichardson has tak.cn the
oiliee formerly occupied by Judge
Clark, and will be plea.-ed to meet all
of hi - old frit ml-', v.lio may nci-d the
services of a justice ot the lx'aee.
The Virginia imported cigar, only
to b" had at I'ortlouis'. Three for .",()
F. W. Heyne, Bi.-K-e ; M. F. Dona
van, lluaehuca; M. Bo.-enberg, Ben
son; J. Schadn,..Los Angeles; Mrs.
Hughes and family, Illinois; V. C.
Welgard, Tucson; Sam Vanston.
Texas; P. tor Seil-el, W. McDonald,
Sonor.i, are registered at the Occi
Wanted To rent a piano. J-Inquise
at the Occidental hotel'. o2tif
The gentleman from Calcutta, who
was going to knock the County Court
into smithereens to-day, has got the
grand bounce from Judge Barne.-, the
new District Judge, who suspended
him from the office of United State?
and District Court Comml?sione-r to
day. New brand of Key West Cigar, EI
Sol de Cuba, at Fortlouis'.
At a meeting of the Boaid of Super
visors held this afternoon the bids
for transporting an tnsane man to
Stockton, were opened and read as
follows: If. .. Hatch, 200; Jo, Pas
eholy, .22." ; J. M. Nash, 170. The
bid of J. M. Nash being the lowest, it
was awarded to him for- 170.
Russian sardines in k'-gs at II. P.
Mansfield's. " o27-tf
Head the advertisement of Hand
somely Furnished rooms to let by
Mrs. Mary De Haan, which appears
in another column.
Tip of the Leaf, New Orleans cigar,
Mr. V. O. Wilson who has been ap
pointed Collector for this district, v:c
Judge Ea-ton, arrived in this city last
evening, and took charge of the office
to-day. He appears to be a very pleas
ant gentleman and hails from Texas.
Come a running. Those fine mack
eral just arrived at IX. P. .Mansfield's.
The Arizona Brewery, which is pre
sided over by Herman Leptein, on
Allen street, between Fifth and Sixth,
is fast ljcconiing one of the popular
resorts in this city. Almost every
evening there is music and ringing,
and a little chai with the jolly Her
man will cause one to desire io visit
hi again. The finest' of St, Louis
beer is kept en draught there.
Knight: c: Pythias meet to-night.
Ladies should not fail to call and
examine those handsome embroidered
and beaded rubes just received at
Summerfield Bros. n2lf
Mis. W. B. Hopkins left thh morn
ing for Tucson to visit her i arerita.
Just opened, twenty dozen of Perm's
French kid and ii."- makes of ladi-s
shoes, at Summer field Bros. v
Just received, a fine line of cash
meres and camels hair, at Summer
The trial of the Jump cae wa
postponed in th" County Court this
morning until Thursday at 10 a. in.
Drop in o Fortlouis if you desire
the best imported cigar in town. n2t2
Samuel Heuston, Jr., a mui of Gen.
Ileutton, of Texas, who has been ap
pointed mounted inspector for this
district, arrived in this city to-day.
and entered upon his duties. The
young man has a good reputation,
and we hope that he will I-e success
ful in his new position.
We have juet received a tine line of
gents' suits, in ca-simeres, Oregon
wool, corkscrews, dioganels, and crepe,
Hie finest in town, at prices that defy
competition. Si'.mmkkfiem) Bros.
Joe Paseholy has just received 12
barrels of the famous Guiiu'ss. Dublin
Stout, anil S barrels of English Ale.
Go to the Fountain for lunches, and
get Holland herring, pig's fee!, Swis.-,
and Limberger cheese, lamb".- tongue,
C.'.vier, etc. Open dav and night.'
As many of our citizen- are desir
ous of knowing when Judge Barnes
will arrive in this city, the blowing
telegram from the Judge to Judge
Bobinson is self explanatory:
Tivson, Nov. 2.
J.'.s. S. lioiuxsox, Tombstone: I
will be in Tombstone next week some
time, just as soon a.- 1 return from
Graham eountv. Will not if v voir later.
A span of horses attnehed to a
Chinese vegetable wagon, becoming
impatient to-day while standing in
the cold rain, took it into their beads
to go home and to go as quickly as
possible. So not waiting for th" driver
they started off iii the direct it. n of the
river on a gallop, and a minute after
about 20 Chinamen with their pig
tails flying in the air started off in
pursuit of the fast fleeing tw.in. The
last that was seen of them ivm the
team passing the Neptuu- Wells a
good iirst, while the Chiuame n were
about a half a mile behind being
devflith poor seconds.
Our stock of boots and shoe. are
the finest this side of San Francisco,
at Summerfield Bros.
By the retirement of Judge Easton
the custom service loses an upright
and honorable oi'.icer, and the people
of this district lose the most ojTiek-rit
officer they have ever iiad. Judge
Easton has been very aitentnc to his
duties, having been out niglit and ilay
at times attending to his duties and
preventing parties from defrauding
Undo Sam, and Thk Daily Tomkstoni:
for itself, and on behalf of the people
of this district takes great pleasure in
endorsing the oilicial actions of Judge
Easton, during Lis stay among us, and
assuring him of our good will in what
ever position and whatever place his
lot may be east.
Fine brocaded silks, satins, and vel
vets, at the New York Store.
When the buildings fell in the
other evening, a party of well known
gentlemen were playing a little game
of freeze out for the beer, and when
th" plaster began to fall Jupon them
they all tore out of the building as if
the old Nick was after them. All ex
cept one who held three fours and he
staid with the pot. Two others jump
ed through the back door taking the
door with them, while the fourth
... ... Jt ., , , ' to the ouildmg lormerly occupied bv
found himseh in the middle of the)., , ,, f . , ...
. .i r . i ii , i Cad we'll Stanford, on Allen street,
street with five cards in one hand and
a schooner of beer in the other. After
they all got together again they ad
journed to a down town saloon and
iini-hed their game. They all showed
rare nerve in facing danger and would
be a good four to draw to in ease of a
riot or an Indian fight. Wo will not
publish their names this time, al
though if they had been at home in
stead of playing cards at that hour of
the night, they would not have been
placed in so much danger. It is said
that Die whiskers of one of them
turned white. Wc cannot vouch for
the truth of this statement, but we do
know that he has had his board shaved
off, and he won't give any good rea
son for shaving them off.
Black and colored woolen laces at
New Yorl: store.
Boji'J v"rin4 in jTin5-,v Kti-eit.
Tiie following letter hr.s beeu re
ceived at this office and is only a
sample of those we receive almost
every day :
Caluu-cl!,, Kan?., Oct. 2."), 18S.".
Editor Daily Tombiston'k : I would
like to ask you a few questions in re
gird to Tombstone and the country
around it, as I have a strong idea of
going there, but would like to know a
little more about the place?
Upon what does Tombstone depend
for its Ettppo.rt? fs it a mining era
cattle town? Have the mines of that
part of Arizona been pretty well de
veloped? Is there any placer mining
or is it all in quartz rock? Are the
mines worked by Chinamen? How
large a place is Tombstone?
Is the populition of that country
made up principally of Mexicans?
Would it lie neces'iiry to talk Mexican
to do any good in any kind of busi
ness? Wqjjld a person likely find it
difficult io get a position in a store?
Could a i"-rsun make anything teach
ing school in that coitnln? About
what is board worth and what aie'thair and a committee consisting of
miner's wages? What time of tia
year would be the best time to rome?
That is when a person be the most
likely to find work? Dues that clim.it"
stem to agree with pciqilc from the
northern states? lam fremi La Grange,
Hoping that you will plns.e reply,
Yours and i.blig.-d.
1 1 lit AM J. TaooaHT.
We give the following answers to
the above questions, thereby answer
ing several other letters al the same
1 Upon the mines arrd the cattle
intere.-ts in its vicinity.
2 It is both a mining and a cattle
I The mines are well developed.
i There are no placers in this
neighborhood. It is all quarts mining.
"' No Chinamen are employed in
any of the mines.
') No; the population of thi- eoun-
try is not con.po.-ed of .Mexicans-,
is settled with American?.
'" You do not need to undctsland !
Spanish uisleSo you s,o desire. -
S The elianees are that you would
liiiditdilTtct'lt to get a position ir: a
More, as the supply of clerks exceed
!) GootI teachers are well paid, in
10 B..ard is from :?7 to -?) per
week. Miners are paid :?.5 per day.
11 Any time of the year is good to
come liere, but it you have not any
means, this is a ioor place to come to.
12 The climate is the finest in
the world and agrees with anybody.
It cures the sie-k and makes the old
Eroi-.I of jiiieivi.r..
Mo.vpay, November 2, lSSr.
Board met in special session at 2
o'clock p. m. Chairman Montgomery
and Supervisor McAllister present.
This being the timo iixed by the
Board for opening proposals tor trans
porting an in-ane person to Stockton,
Oak, the following bids were received
and read: Jos. Paseholy ?22.", J. M.
Nash i170, II. S. Hatch ?200.
On motion, the bid of J. M. Na.h
was accepted and a contract ord-red
to be let, whereupon the Board ad
journed. 7oSl- ;: ZtiIJir.
Mrs. O'Brien who lias been conduct
ing the Buss House for several months
past, owing to the expiration of her
lease, will on Wednesday next remove
belwen Fifth and Sixth., where she
will be pleased to meet all of her old
boarders as well as. many new ones.
She will call her new place the Arcade
Restaurant. Remember the dae Wed
nesday, November -i. u2tf
rtfoliee ro llie IVilii;.
A Mr. Hughes with his wife and
seven children, arrived in this city
last evening from Illinois, and will
make their home in Tombstone for
the future. Mr. Hughes is a brother
of George Hughes, who works in the
Grand Central) but who has been con
fined to his bed with material fever
for the past three weeks.
Dundee Marmalade, at II. P. Mansfield's.
The memo is if the bar held a
n:efci::g in tin" District Court room
yesterday afternoon for the purpose
of paying their respects to Judge
Fitzgerald. Judge Haynes called the
meeting to order. Judge Fitzgerald
being present. aioae and gave expres
sion to hi feelings concerning the
bar, its courtesy, and the cordiality
which had exi&ftd between the court
and the attorneys practicing before it.
He then announced his retirement
fu.m the bench. Cameron King, Esq.,
moved that Judge Fitzgerald act as
Hie temporary chairman of the meet
ing. Benmrks were made by Judge W.
M. Lovell, J. A. Anderson, W. W.
Hoover, Alex Campbell, J. A. Znbriu
kie, John llayr.es, Cameron II. King,
B. ir. Hereford, C. C. Stephens, S. M.
Franklin, E. It. Pomeroy, II. K. Jeff
ords, L. C. Hughes and R. D. Fergu
son. Judge Fitzgerald again thanked
the bar for its kind expressions, and
l el i i i'd.
Judge Campbell was called to th&
Alex Campbell, W. W. Hoover, J. A.
Anderson and W. M. Lovell was select
ed to draft proper resolutions.
The following resolutions were form
ulated by the committee:
Bksoi.viui, That the Bar of Tucson
deeply and sincerely regret the sus
pension by the Pscsident of the United
States of W. I Fitzgerald.
Bksoi.vi:i, That we cheerfully bear
our undivided testimony to the mark
ed ability, fairness and impartiality
with which he has discharged his offi
cial duties, as well as to his uniform
courtesy and kindness toward us.
I'i:oi.vi:r, That we deeply regret
that the kindly relations which have
existed between the bench and bar
since Judge Fitzgerald assumed his
oilicial position, has been terminated
by his retirement from the bench, and
we assure him that our confidence
and esteem and good wishes will at
ti ml him in whatever place or posi
tion his lot may be -east. Star.
f.'orrvs'v a a:coKBs.
The following instruments have been.
fibd in the office of the County ltec-
oidi r :
L. V. Jud.-on, lo0 acres of land on
he San Pedro, Cochie couhty.
dkkhs i:r.u i-.statj:.
0. L. Bashford to Vinccnzo Mutti-
e.llo. certain real e-tate in Tombstone;
fount y Coui-1.
Hox. Wj:::sti:i: Sranirr County Jinlij
A. O. Wallace Clerk
Mo.vd.vy, Nov. 2, 1885.
Minutes of last session read and ap
proved. Territory vs. Jump. This ease waw
set for trial next Thursday, at 10 a.m.,
and all witnesses and jurors were ex
cused until that time.
H. rScluneiding, the pioneer jewels
of this city, desires us to state to tht
public that he has now on the road
the largest assortment of holiday goods,
jewelry, etc., that has ever been
brought into the Territory, and as
they have been bought in the markets
of San Francisco and New York, for
cash, he will be able to sell cheaper
than ever was kne.wn before. Do not
purchase elsewhere until after you
have seen his goods and learned his
Just received :it the New York Store,
a full line of new style Newmarkets,
dolmans and circulars. ""
On- of the leading first-class restau
rants in this city will be eold reasona
ble if called for soon. The reasons for
selling are that the proprietor has to
make a trip east on business and doe.i
not know when he can return. For
particul irs apply at this oiliee. o21tf
All parties owing the late firm of
( ad well it Stanford must tav their
a counts to A. J. Hitter by the first of
November, or their accounts will be
placed in the hands of an attorncv
who will suu them, compelling them
to pay. A. J. Jtn-TKit, Agent
oli-tf of Cadv.dlit Stanford
If the owners of pigN calveB lmd
burros do not keep them awav from
my garden I will-kill the same "when
ever I'fmd them on iiiyipremisea. The
owners are hereby cautioned to keep
their animals at home, or I will do
what 1 say. Pasquals Nigko.