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THE DAILY T0M3ST0NE.
The l'ioneer La!ly of the Camp.
ATSIL 2 1SSS
PUBLlfcllED EVEKY EVEXIXG,
JAMES J. jStASII.
Ofili'C n Alb- Street, uurtli side, IcUccr
TL'ud mid Fointh.
Dciheii'd Csirricr fcr 25 Cent; a Will
.&. excl)an;f s that Iiave lieen com
iug to us as the Tysnbstonr Ejiitaiil
will please lrcp tlio word ''Fjjitapli
mid address The Toud-toxk. AI
other persons having business w.tl
this paper will please obsi-i-ve the same
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with the salary pf tha chief of the tire I buildings suved. TLo shipping i
ttopaitaieiit, and aKo of the stewards 'safe. I have all uiy force oj shon
of the company, "Ve have ma?e in
quiries to-day from members of the
'pSa' profession, and they, one and all,
ay the new charter v,-;!i in no way er
ect the ofliees mnntioned.
After the opening o? the count
court by Judge ritrset this morning, ti
argument arose as to ttial of quest lont
of fact JuJ;i; Ifening and Mail
Smith advocating the system of se:
terms. Judge ltobinson ably, ami c
think .successfully, satisfied the coun
that it was not viihiu its power t
Tug ToiinsTOXE is of hf cpmiui
that the county couit was establia'.ie
for the purpose of obtaining speed;
trial, as in fact, tho bill is mandate r
in its provisions that the cjurt slnil
bo open every day in the year (Iioli
days and non-judicial days uluiie ex
ccpted). We think that Judcre Strt-f-
will not, by any actian on hi p.irt
seek to tlnvart the purpose for whicl
his court was created. The prop si
tiou advocated by Judge Herring, tha
four appointments bo made for jur
trials each yea', simply sets aide tht
pi incipal object for which the cou:t
cstirt was crrated, and we trust it wii
not meet tho approval of our woi th
judge The county court was estal.
lishd for the convenience of the peo
plr. and they will expect speedy and
impart'al trials therefrom.
lv Yottic, April 2-
The Tribune aay.: Dr. olirudy said
ifter midnight: "J)r. Dcuglass .a.lod
:or me about 1:30 oVlook Ihi.
norning. when on tin way to General
Grant's, wLere he had been .summoned
Jiy a mess'-nger a short time before 1
Iressnd hastily. And in a fW moment
we were driven rapidly to the lioits cf
he general. Upon ariiying there wi
touud the family up, nJ that alarm
ing symptoms had develoj)ed soon
ifter Dr. Douglass had left the patient,
i few hours bi-fure. Ihere was no in
licatiou after th? general had gone to
oed and Dr. Dougla-s liad started feu
'iciiif that there would bo any changi
'or the worss within a short priod.
Vt 2 a, m., wlirn we saw the genera!,
le was much disti es.-l. While !u
vas dozing there ha i bi'.en r.n accumti
ation of phlegm in the lear naia! pas
p, and he wis awakened by a sens
fs.. Uovation au! ditlcultv of bie.itb
i;j. Th? patient became apprehensive
it the sudden development o the new
ymytoms that were attended nitlis.
respect of serious results, and wanted
in explanation of the trouble. lit
.oiisequently desired the presence o;
lis physician and vre were sont for.
Ve immediately made at. examinatioi
if the throat and found the palate con
-.iderably swollen and the throat in
lamed and congested more than usual.
Jho anodyne ho tjok before ging tt
.ed wa jivsn in divided doses, but ii
protecting property. 3Iy slap is
crowded with refugee-?, and thousands
arc destitute and without shelter."
The Egyptian Convsntlon.
I.qxdo:;, April 2.
The recent meetings of Musunis
Psjihn, Hassan i'Vlmii Pasha and b'a,(
(Irr.nville v,--re in connection wit'., ths
M.'rptian financial convetitiot. The
Tuiki-ih uov?rument was reluttant
to sign thecom.-ntion, tV.tiking that
it implied a lecognition of the b nn
!ardiat:ut uf Alexand'i.i and KnglaudV
subspq .ent actiens in K-ypt, which
was considered a-, opposed to the Sul
tan".s Mizrain rights au I likely to pro
duce a bad ;miprowou on the Mussel
mans. 1 U reported that Granville
threatened to gie Musurus and l'lj
mi '.heir ptS'-ports and bieak off dipii -matic
relntioiii with Tm key itnieis the
.Sultan signed tx tirnmn for a loan ot
90,000,000 pounds steiling. The Sul
tan, it U said, cons-nte.l, and indued
ill" firmiti, still refu .ing, however, to
sign the con'iition, b.it he afterwards
called the Council of Ncubles and
dually decided to sign tha convention
with cntaiii ies?rvatiois3 whivh Gr.ii.
A DarkPacs ai tha Window.
Cluvlla.vu, April 2.
For seTeral nights past the family
of V. Hoyt have i'een annoyed by a
man looking in at the windows. About
8 o'clock this evening Mrs. Iloyt no
ticed a face at tho window. Mr. Iloyt
went outside, revolver in hand, and
seeing a man in the vard commanded
him to throw up his hands. The stran
ger reached for his hip pocket and
Iloyt tired, thootmg lrra thrcjgh the
heart. The dead man is a mulatto,
Tli? Best in the World.
1-2 GENTS A PIECE.
If vol want to know what tye "Staro" h, go to the niaminoth Ci2r
' Ash oiiio & Walker,
The Cigar Dealers, 419 Allen St,
onsequrnce of existing irritating sub ho$n identity it is impossible to as
certain, IJoyt gave himnelf up to the
police. lie is a stenographer, in the
employ of tbs Standard Oil Cjiu-pany.
GnNr.RAE Siikkidas has receiver
several photographs from I'ort Bayard,
New Mexico, representing two troop
of the Sixth cavalry firing over tLi
bodies of their horses, which lie flat ci:
the ground. They arc very interest
ing, in that they show to what extent
the horses of the cavalry branch of th
service can bo tiained. In a Jettei
accompanying tho photograph, Majoi
Arnold, stationed at that post, state.'
that tha four troopj under hiit com
maud, averaging about thirty-fiv
horses each, each troop 'has about
twcnty-fic liorsra broken to l"e stil
while firing over them, west of them
going down by m-rely taking hold of
the left leg. This is the result ol
about thrf.e months' work, one hour a
day, barring Sundays. Considering
that tho horses are California broncos,
generally aged, their thorough train
ing is all the more nnnrkable, Miijqi
Arnold is confident that a much better
result may be. obtained from young
Amei ican horses. One of the great
results obtained, Major Arnold says,
is that tho men who were trained have
become courageous and confident in
handling and riding their horses, thus
increasing their proficiency as cavalry
men beyond expectation. Horses
which were considered dangerous for
merly now are gentle. When down
.they allow the men to climb over
them, creep between their legs and
fondle tnein as if they were their
greatest friends. Army oflicers liavis
become very much intererted in the
matter, and it is not -improbable that
.more extensive experimen s will bo
roads in this direction. The value of
a large body of men mounted on ani
mals that will lie down at a touch and
suffer guns to be fired over their bodies
in action, is apparent Army and
tanccs in the threat, a 11 as tht
istress caused by thn inflammation,
he anodyno failed to have its propei
-lTeclRiiil he was unable to slee" ."
Dr. Douglass remained with the
eneral idl .night, in accordance with
he patient's wish, and before the gen
eral went to bed his throat was treated
vitli anodyne. Tho prospects were at
"ast accounts that the general would
have a good iight's test and his con
dition would be much improve , Ilar
i:san, tho general's servant, told a
Member of 'he household in the after
noon that when the general struggled
out of bill he said t him, in a ruAUer-of-fact
wa : ''J can't stand this. Har
rison. I am going to die."
Rcllslou? Trouble In Uruguay.
DurNos AYKEd, April 2.
A rupture between tha Uruguay
sovernment and the Vatican is immi
nent, owing to tits government for the
arrest of priests who preach ngatnst
the government's attitude in regard to
civil marriage. The bishop declared
he could not accept the judgment of
police oiliccrs as to wh:t sermons
would come under the ban of the law
and merit puniduaent by imprison
mer.t, and he has consequently direct
ed the priests not to preach in any
church upon any subject. The bishop
has also asked M L'Matciia, apestclic
delegate resident in this city, to inter
Tha Suslne; 8 of a Week.
Boston", April 2.
Thi managers of the leading clear
ing houses of the United State3 report
that the total clearances for the week
ending March 23 were 5200,5o0,9o3,
a decrease of 2.4 per cent, compared
with the corresponding r:;a: cf last
A Prohibitory Order.
MELIiOLT-HK, April 2.
The governor of Victoria has issued
au order forbidding foreign ships to
enter Port Philip duiing the night.
Having1 purcliasptl the 1 tolling1 Stock and Horses ot
J, O. lumbar, alo making- many additional purchases, I
am now pruparud to offer to the Tombstone public the
X3voi HSi-oxijylit to t-Iio Territory,
and on ltcasonable Terms.
Transient and Boarding Animals
Carefully Carotl For,
.Allen St., bet., 3d and 4rtli.
A. T. Jones, - - Proprietor.
KHi-j-j.mua.iu ii in.jumjicAjgs
gr rmm i 'jbiumjl ljj jju Li!j.ms3tripi
J V... tHi Vl r-o'na -J - (,.kl wL.
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Tucitc is au impression among t"
.citizens, and the firemen in particular,
.that the new city charter does away
Mostrzal, April 2.
It is stated by a government otlicial
ho eiu6 here from Ottawa that a
cable message had been reeeived from
Lord AVolseley by Lord Lfiudsdown,
asking if he could get ono or two regi
ments frem Canada for servieo in the
AVauiii.ngtok, April 2.
The following dispatch from Com
mander Kane, ot the Galena, has just
been received h the secretsry of the
navy: "Aspinwall is in ashes, burnt
by the insurgeuts to prevent capture
bv the government troops. The P.i
ic ail dock and railroad prcperty,
at the north end of the island, and the
canal property at Cn'spal art the only
Goodlinen shirt's Sl.i.it Meyer.
$C pjut for flat J. Mei;.- V; lir.i.
Oiur,!: Tocciita pi-r pair .it Mi-f i.
Flannel u.idcrwjar for cu-t at Meier..
Tea Kittle wliUUy at It iircrt'i s iloun
Shoos for j pur oa n pr.ve xt J. ilt-jors t
Foil stock calf 'ooaU for 5 at J. Ui-iors A
Go to ScUwatt: fur your French kid
Kt-:io every cilit at the Eank Js
Eor eiuine Toa K:t.!e wh'sky so to Capt.
Kcin! Stop'cr!! nM::! At the Bank
tUiunxe to- .If; it.
A to e leather trunk given away with
ciery v.urchajtj at.J. Meyers t Dro.
The hest I'jlirurnli t lite, OU cint a rul.
at UuCuh Store uf WiLC, rr A Micx.
Three dozen c for $1, at tiic Cash Store
Sthuurlz keepi the only first-class shoe
.-tnro in Ii:iilijlone.
Fine imporSeJ In iehe at the Fountain
Jle ls cooked to order.
All :; ! Iehw eo-t it J. Meyers Jz Cro.
Alh-n nnil Klflli Greets.
Sarins; heel chiid' allocs in Tcat variety
at Sihu.irU's !mc store.
(leiils fine bout from two to five dollar
xt rfi lmartz's shoe ilore.
Sc.N.irt is selling b uts and shoes for les
than any other de ilir in town.
I'rocure your tickets fort he bij; $223
keno potto tuke place Sunday :ni;lit.
Thel'.onccr mill rlour. Sncratnunto, i tie
best in the market. Fi.r tale at the CaMi
Store of Woi.jott .fc MrasiCK.
Schwartz only Jiecus white meu'i good,
nnllhis is more than a grist many others
Mr. Jpncs, the cnterpriin; proprictrcs
ol the International Kestanr.int, has cecnred
the sen ice of that monarch ef the cuisine,
A. Bcrsenthol, who takes th helm to-day.
Cooking done onlr in first-clast style nt the
o!d Lours and r-lkce.
Iort ECuacJaaca, A.xizQiia.
A lare and well selected stock of Dry Goods Groceries, Milling Snppiie", Kotions and
Fancy Goods, su table fo- Kinchrnen, Miners -and l'iu,pcclur. We nic cnuMed to totn
ptte nilh'lombbtuue and Tucson in Good and l'ries.
W S2 saLJL fe? JLm
ready to Accommodate
HIS OLD CUSTOMERS AT
Shasfier & Lord's Building,
Cor. IPilcii sxiitl Ix'cinoiit Street;
WUOLESALE DEALER IX
Imported and Domestic Liquors and
419 ALLEX STREET,
A. COHEN & BROS,
ALLEN STREET NEAR FIFTH,
Imported and Domestic Cigars and
PIPES, SMOKERS' ARTICLES AND FANCY NOTIONS.
Give Tbcni a Call,