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OVER THE CITY.
THE LAST SAD RTTES PAID
TU Tin-; LA TE mj yii H.i T'JH
Lively Locals KOr Lively
Headers, Gathered By a
Good Reading For Our
Readers Both at Home
l)r. Porter, of Bun oa, sjrived in this
csty this afternoon.
MukIc. singing and square game at the
Cr-til I'al-ce. jeltf.
IK'nrua's artillery has beea having a
lively racket to-day.
A. Schwartz' shoes fit (3 "Xell that
they make the baoies smile. jc 6.
The boom for this city is coming
nearer ami hearer every day.
Ttia thermometer registered 94 degrees
at uoon to-day.
F.iro. Keno. wine, liquors and ci;;irs
at the Bauk 1'xch.inge. aOtf
Mr. II tyes c-ime la this morning Irom
Anhucscr Biisch beer on draught, ice
told, at the Hank Kxchrng:. 5-2-tt
There have been frequent showers of
rain throughout the.day.
Our reporter drew a blank again to
day in the recorder's office.
The stages come in loaded every night.
This speaks well for the camp.
The parties in carriages all followed
the remaius to Fairbanks.
The Bird Cage will open on the first
of July without fail.
The Oiiental saloon has closed its
doon for a short time.
When you take your lady out, wear
Schwartz's shoes, and you will feel east
and comfortable. je 0.
The two sons of Sandy Bob, took their Jc.
ptrttire this morning for their home iu Oak
Get a piir of A. Schwartz's gents' walk
ing shoes, and you will never need a corn
doctor. je C.
A great many families are going to
California and to tha various resorts in
the mountains to spend tbo summer.
Schwartz only keerjs white men's good
and this U more tlin a great many other;
The Masons and firemen escorted the
body to the foot of Allen street, and then
returned to town.
Drop into the Crystal I'alace for choice
Auheiiscr beer on draught, ice cold out of
the patent German fuuutain. jeltf
Mr. George Fugate, ono of the busi
ness men of Benson, arrived in this city
The fire bell wss tolled this morning dur
ing the paware down Allen street this raor
runs of the funeral procession of the late
Lieutenant Richards, one of the few
gallant officers in this territory, arrived
in this city from Fort Huachuca yester
day. A beautiful ross made by Thomas
Keefe, and bearing tha name, age. and
time ot death of the late P. J. Lynch,
was erected on his crave to-day.
Mr. Shaw has teen appointed at editor of
our morning contemporary. Mr. Shaw in a
good writer, and ought to make a much
newsier paper than has been issued from
that office heretofore.
T. L. Biker. Los Angeles; W. 31. V.in
rtevcre, J. K Richard', Jun. Huachuca;
Joseph TasKer, Plienix; Thomas Mit
chell, city; are registered at the Occiden
Taken up at Siaven Oulea Kancb, one
Mack pinto mare, with bay horse colt. Mare
branded on left thigh, perpendicular, with
circle joined by two half circles; no brand
on colt. Tlie oirncr can hare the same by
provln- property and paying charges.
ie 10 W. W. Conner.
p Do you wish a beautiful complexion?
Then use Ayer's Sirsaparilla. It cleans
nud puiifies the blood, and thereby re
moves blotches nnd pimples from the
skin, making it smooth and clear, and
giving it bright and baslthy appear -ouee.
For the finest brand of imported wines
liguora and cigars, the Pony saloon takes
the cake. Tom and Johnny wo always
glad to meet thsir fnends, and you may
depend on receiving the finest kind of
There is one enterprising man in Tomb
fltoa-,and you can see it by bis opening
up such a mammoth establishment right
where the Grand restaurant was formcr
lv. lie keeps nothing but shoes. A.
Schwartz has foil confidence 3a Torab
flCfifa prosperity. je 6.
The Sunday school boy who fu'ls to go
their on the Sabbath, is cagsiged in job
bing the nests ot mocking birds near the
Mr. W. T. showers, constable f Ben
son, arrived in town last niht, having in
charge two chinamen who hne been
sentenced to county jail for smoking
Hall's Hair Renewtr renews, cleaness,
brighten, and invigorates the hair, and
restores faded or gray hair to its youth
ful color and lustre. People with gra)
hair should use the Keoewer, and thus
conceal from the world their bleached
locks and advancing ago.
The committee who have the matter
in hand for the Fire Department ball on
the evening ot July Fourth, arc sparing
no pains to make it the finest affair
ever given in lombstuna.
The saloon on Allen street next door
to the Oriental which is the depot IV n
the St. Louis brewery in this city bn.
just received a carload of that celebrated
eer which they linv stored in the ic
house on First treet, and which is kep1
Cool by being covered with ice.
Judge Vandevere, post trader at For
Uui.chuca, arrived in this citv yesterday.
Tlits is the zirst trip the judge has pain
us fur a long time, he having been xb
sent in California lot several mouths ful
seveial month for the beuefi' of his
health. He is very much improved, ami
his many friends in this city wen
pleased too see bit jolly face again in oui
The president is liable to hit this terrl
tory vry soon now u he is goim thr
uugh New Mexioe very rapidly, having
appointed two judt-s and one surveyor
general, and, by the way, they are id.
now residents f that teiritory. Prob
ably it will be the same here, and then
how Cleveland will fall in the estimation
of Arizona democracy.
Ex-Delegate Grant Onrv, has been ap
pointed by the Pioneer society to go to
Washington to represent the Indian aff
airs of this territory, to President Clove
hind and his cabinet. Hu has just re
turned from a four years ris dence io
Washington and is now a candidate for
governor. Comment is unnecessary.
Since the citizens got after them the
Indians are getting xhort of urub, as they
huvc no time to fish. Lordsburg Ad
vance. The above shows how little the editor
of that paper knows about the Apaches.
Tbey neyer cat fish, and nothing in the
world could induce them to eat fish.
The have a tribal superstition that
their squaws turn to fish after they die,
hence they have a great reverence for the
scaly beauties. Silver City Enterprise.
31 r. S, C. Hitcho:k who is well
known in this city at one of the finest
wagon makers and wood workers, has
purchased the interest of his partner,
Mr. Bean, nnd Is now prepared to d
blacKsmsth work of every description.
Wagons made and repaired, horses shod,
and iu fact any kind r.f work that can be
dune iu in a blacksmith or wagon shop.
He has retained the services ef Mr. Bean,
which is a guarautcc that that a I work
done will ba lirst-class. Give Bandy a
Tombstone has a candidate for almost
every office in the territory which is in
the gilt of the president, among whom
we might mention W. K. Meade, govern
or; J. H. Urban, U. S. Marshal. B. A.
Fickas, agcut Sao Ctrlos reerv.i'ion : M.
A. Smith, U.S. district attorney; Uod
Price, surveyor general; ''Wah Hoss"
Wartiwell, collector of port or U. S. Mar
shall, which ever, if either, he can get;
C. S. Clark, postmaster; and otners that
wc cannot recall at present. Thus it
can be seen that the president can find
an abundance of the "trooiy loyal" in
this city who will make martyrs of them
selves by accepting a federal position.
The rumor in circulation last week to
ha iffect that " Dutch John' had been
killed is confirmed. He was killed at
his ranch on B.ue creek, about twelve
miles cast of Carlisle. He was shot
through the heart and face and roust
died in'tantly. It is thought that he
fired three shots from bis pistol. He
was doubtless surprised as he was al
ways prepared for Indians, and had he
been in bts house he doubtless could
have stood off the whole Apache tribe.
Ed. Ford, who was also killed about the
same time and in the name neighborhood
was shot in tha neck, in the left side, in
the back and in the leg. His bead was
also crushed in. Silver City Enterprise.
Attention Knight of Pythia'
AH members is good standing are re
quested to be present tt their castle ball
next Ma'nday night, Jute 29th. as an
etectiok.br officers will take place en that
date, mj Vwler of tbr lodge.
DURING TJ1E LATE IXDIAX
Thirty-Three Lives Sacri
ficed in Order to Make
Crook's Word Good.
Killed to Satisfy Savage
Cravings For Blood And
We Ukc the following list of tbasa who
have ben killed b the lnd.uus during the
last outbreak, from the Sliver City Koter.
prise, together with their comments, every
word of which wc endorse:
Hubert Benton. Blue Creek, Ariiouc.
CliiUllau l.ulUi, Biue Creek, Ariluoa,
Luttvr, Blue creek, Arizona.
JuwKt Moutxuuasr3. Little Blue Arizona,
obert Siultli, Little Blue. Arizona.
I'tU-r Anderson, Little Blur, Arizona.
Prus-.eclur, unknown, Little Blue Ariionn.
Nat Luae, ucar Alma, N M.
Calvin Orwij;, near Atiua.
W. Lvuu,near Aluia.
J.J. Bailer, west folk of Gila, S M.
Bunlliiig, ut fork ol Gila, N M.
Felis Marques, ntar SilYir Ot.
Jobu .tisiques, tieur i!vtr City.
Maria liu.quet, near silver City.
Marquetla Ltehuga, near ailrcr City,
Kuz hji.uia. near Silver Clly.
Chaik stoenouu, Black Range 3 li.
H.trvcj Moreiand, Black Kauge,
Frank Ailntus, Black Mange.
Ld Fold, blue Creek, tirnul county KM.
John FiRiclisel. Biuc LieeL, Grant caunty.
W A Uauiels, near Biabee.
Cbus Tielsiau, (not pontirely identified,)
Oucha, (Mexican) Arlzoa.
V. Huntlnluu, Souora.
1. Mc Kurteu, Suuora.
1' faltncr, Sonura.
Five Soldiert.Guadaluue Canon, S. M.
Iu preteutmc the loiei;oiug list ol victims
ol IbeApaibe laid, ikluUKU New M-xico
and Aruona, wc have been at considerable
pains to ascertain tact. For that reason
while we arc pontile tkat it is correct, e
by no u;ri;i leel it to be Complete. Others
who hare It en .lain may cot be misted or
discovered fur months to couie. It is quite
likvlr.cuuld the exact truth be knorfn. that
the total killed will reach the number of
Le. the military skeptic and the military
incoaipeteuts of the nett join with the soft,
hearted, gruel eating Indian apologists of
the eaat in an examination uf the convin
cing and ghastly retrospect thai is here pre
sented. It forms the gory fubrieolas bloody
a vision us ever was vtilncsscd by a people
pursuing the pcaieful und oenelkial arts of
udranciDg civilization. Every name aug
gests a niartyrdoro and the scene of each
one's immolation is vtvrthy a shrine to mark
its liaUi.wcd ground. Who that can gUnie
througii tlM ;ist, asd seeing the naiai- of ono
vcllkiion in life, does not fee! lu heart
swell with indignation at those Mho would
belittle the blood) dceis uf a Moody strain
uf savages? And who but iuu"?t feel a deep
seiixc of humiliation at thu futility of the ut
UuipU made to ibeik iheir ensanguined
deeils! Thirty-thnc '.eople murdered! shot
down, mutilated and outragid! slaughtered
that a policy of a mistaken kludnrss might
be administered for Ihebeuttlt of a horde of
savages through whode veins run klood hut
with the cruet desires of wiid beasts! Thirty
three people sacrificed that the word of 3
einele man might net be overruled as against
the appeals and protests of thousands. Such
a policy is the outgrowth of a miserable and
mistaken species of sentimentalists. Only
too often baa its olive branch been twisted
into a crown of results red with the clotted
blood of the untiinalr dead. It is impossible
for those who have not shared the lot of the
pioneer to syrapathie fully with the ones
t ho have fallen by savage hands during the
past four waeka. Nothing but actual exper
ience tan impress with a true sense the
mauy privations, the suffi rings. thehop-s
the disappointments and the stlf-aboegation
ot the brave hearted who penetrate the wild,
ernass and piepare the way for others. To
think that such as these must perish while
fulfilling their mission is saa. T think
that they must be preyed upon and massa
cred to satisfy the cravings of aavagca for
boat; and gore, is outrageous. And jet
that is what has been dons. It wasadiead
ful and skkening and a sirkening sight sad
the responsibility is a fearful one.
Brief and to the Point.
" Been to Washingtoii?"
" See C.evelandi"
' Did he 'yot yocT'
" Door. Er.
. 11 1
Lo$t or Strayed.
One buckskin borse, four years old,
about 15 bands high, No brand
One black horse, 8 eara old, about
14J hands high, Mexican brand oa left
hip and J. H. on shoulder. The r.bove
were last seen on the ranch of Thomas
Dunbar at Trs Ahmoa. A liberal re
ward will be paid for tbie rotcjn to the
Ckook'i Cmp, June 1.
Mcmrs. C.CSA.K . WEHltrKlT. We hatr
Just captured a train load of winei, liquors.
oeer ana cigars, nui' have held out some to
enter'uln Crook with when he cutcls up
nlthme. I sent the remainder to you by
ToMSiTOSE June 4.
Mr. Hion Cninr. Bate n-civ-d tho
i;ouds, and our saloon is crowdtd nightly by
people eager to purchase. Ctesar .t ehrfrltz
The Bank Exchange naloon keeps the
only genuine brand of Tea Kettle
All kinds of tailoring ilonc. Clothes
made, cleaned ami repaired it the lowmt
living rates at the tiiilorlng establish
m-nt of Clmn. llarrii, in Jiiuer's
block, ou Fourth street.
The counter, shelving, stools, rin-e, and
in faet, ul! the fixtures of the C'rjt tut ialaie
Restaurant, must be sold by the lfcth. A rare
cliente; will be sold cheap. Apply at the
Can Cuu reitaurant. je-10-S3
Notice to the Public
Having bei-n suUdenv ianed to San Fran-
cisco. Dr. Dunn will attend to my patiwiiU
and ihiisi who may i.etd me during my lib
senio, which will be hu. 11 le da .
C. K. Goods-ellow, M. D.
Horses taken 03 pasture at reasonable
rates, at the Culiluriuu rau';h, IS miles Irum
Tombstone, Goou leed, water and shade.
For particulars apply to J. M. N'.ish, at the
Kcllpsa bakery ju Allen street.
Qive the uew tiiuoiing establishment a
cult. I guuntctee pertect stuiiiactiuu, or
no pay Ut-mauded, All worK doue at
stiuri notice. Don't tail to s-e tiiiu.
Cbas. linns, Bauer's hotel Uiock ou
Good linen shirts $1.35 at Meyers.
fti pants for Slat J. ilecrs t.Bro
Overalls 75 cent per pair at.Mcjera,
Flannel underwear for coat at Mejera.
Tea Kettle whisky at Kalfeitj'o saloon
Shoes fori our own price at J. .Meyers &
bo to dihwartz for joui French kid
Li-no every night ut the Bank Ex
change. Lot gemuueTea Ketile whiskylgoto.Capt.
Keno! StopVr!! Hold!!! At the Bank
i jjle leatber trunk given away with
Ct-. r'lrhase at J. Mi-jLrs iV Brot.
1 he btat California butter, GU c-nts a roll
at the Cash store of U'Aj.corT Misici:.
Three dozening Ijf ji, a the Can Muie
of Walcott V Ml.ji .
Schwartz keept tin. only hrst-cla shoe
tore in 'loiubstouc.
Flue Imported lunches at the F-mjtaia
Meals cooked to order.
All gojds below cost at J. Mejera A Bro.
Allen and Fifth streets.
Mrs. Jono, the Liiterprielus proprictres
ol the !ulr:iatioual Keslauraut, has secured
thu services of that monarch ef thu cuisine,
A. Birtcuthu!, who lakes the helm to-day.
Cooking done only in tirst-tlass oljle, at the
old hours and plac-.
Full atock euir boote for It at J. Mel en &
bpring heel child's eboes In. great.variety
at Schwartz's shoe store.
Gents' hue boots from two to tive dollars
at Schwartz's shoe store.
Scwartz is selling boots and thoc for less
than auy other dealer in touu.
Procure your tickets fort ho big 22.50
keno pot to take place Sunday niglit.
The Pioneer mills flour, Sacramentc, is the
best in the market. Fur bale at the Cabh
Store of Wolcoit x Mssick.
If you want good pasturagn for your hor
ses, send them to the California ranch, IS
miles 1 rem Tombstone. For terms and par
ticulars apply to J. M- Sah, at the Eclipse
bakery 03 Allen street. mStUf,
All parsons knowing themselves indebted
to the late John Pascoe, are requested to
come forward and settle at oucc at the Fash-
lou saloon, or the account will be placed iu
the bands of a collector.
Charles Htrrfs comes to tho front. I
received to-day, the latest and finest and
best pants patterns ever seen in Tomb
stone. If any gentleman wants a pair
of pints made of the latest goods and
perfect fit, I will guarantee it or uo pay.
Pants made from f 11 up to f 14 . Come
and examine my goods. It don': cost
you a cent to examine my goods.
Bauer's Block, Fourth at. Tombstone
Baled alfalfa, barley andnathe
hay for sale, by the bale or ton, at
the Fuhion Stables, A!ln etreet,
I betwep Third and Foyrrlj.
4 BRUTE jy BALTIMORE,
kicks njs wipe!
In the Abdomen Pour
Timed, When She Be-'
The Fiend is Arrestee And
Sentenced to Receive
We take the following from the AsocIa
ted l'res dispatches, under date jf June H-
The State Court of Appeals haying recent
ly dlhrmed the legality of an act of the leg
islature of Marj laud, eatabiitning a whip
ping pool for the bcnclll of wile heater,'
Judge Hsuer of the Criminal cwurt, an.
nuuuced last week that he would he:eaftc-r
have the cowhide upplied in rjery casa
where a woman was maltreatea by the man
whu had eworu to protect her. On Muvjday.
last, Henry Jdyre wa. utiutfd t iweutj
issues lor tnc otriise, but took an appeal
und thus sciuied a stay uf proceedings. To
Uay Fiaiik 1'jer wus couvCied of wife beam
ing. It was Sibown thut his vvlli win about
tibccuiueu motlicr three weeks ago, wheu
lie cauac-noma, anil, tlirough pure yicious
iius, assaulted her. lie kicked the woman
four limes iu tnc abdumeu, two of the kicks
being udmiuiilerad alter the hud becoiuam.
sensible. His csiilUrcii testldcdagaiust him.
Mrs. l'jer, who had lucauwhne undergone
premature eoutiuviufcut, wus curried jut a
cuuri. and rcluc-ct to testify agamsl her tirU'
tal husband. Judge 1'iMi-r :it brst threaten
ed to hare her imprisoned for contempt, hut
lek-ulcd upon perceiving her distress. Her
faituiuiui.es did not save her husband, who
was immediately convicted by the jun.
Judge Fisher men senteuied him to aix.
moiitns uupiisoument and to nlteen lashes,
oideriug thu sheiiri to lay them ou we 1
Pyert, had exhibited great bravado until he
heard the latter pari of 'he sentence, whea
he turned gasllv pala and pleaded tor mere),
UU wIIb faiuu d, but Judgo Fiaher was ub.
durate, Iyer's nerve seemed to be com
pletely broken ut the pruspect of the ordeal
uelore him. 'lUc whipping will be inflicted
to-morrow inorniug. bhenff Airy has pur
cnased two new cowhides, and aaya he will
lay 011 the blows with all has strength. If he
does tiits scourge will draw the blood every
time 11 falls. Pjersls a stoutly built inoA
and is a ary goods clerk.
A Sad Affair.
Not long Mnce, Mr. A. Kygef, a gen
tleman from Los Angeles, moved to Tuc
son, took up laud a short distance from
the city and earnestly and lauustriousiy
weut to work to make a home for him
self and ouiy chad, Frank, a young man
whom none knew but to admire. Be
fore settling down to tho stern realities
oi life hu staled his desire and inteation
.f seeing the world, and started tor Saa
Francisco, followed by a fatha'a blessing
and a mother's love. At that place ho
joined the United States navy. Ltttsrjs
were frequently received, give glowing
descriptions of diticient JoreigS coun
tries he visited, aud reciting bin bound
less love for bis parents and bis autici
pat'on of a future and happy return to
his home, lie was idolized by bis moth
er, his timn was nearly out, and many
a little surprise and numerous ways of
pleasing her boy had been planned, as
only a mother can. Last Friday tho
bright dream was broken, the tidings
that he would never return, and that they
were childless was received. Tbe blow
was a stvere one and their grief could
liaidly be con. rolled, which was heart,
rending to witness. The father received
a letter Friday which lit suppoed was
from bts sou and hu hurriedly carried it
home, without opening, that they might
read it together, tbe had not noticed that
it was a strange handwriting, and upon
breaking the seal the following met their
gale: " "
It becomes my painful dnty to ac
quaint you with tbe sad fact that your
son Frank Ryger died at Panama, Cent
ral America, ou the 2Srd of ilay, ot Cha
grcs ftTur, while serving with the First
Battalion of U. S. Marines daring tha
Los Angeks and "Walla Walla pspsr
please notice. Star
The Last Obsequies.
This morning at 8 o'clock, the Masona
met at the house of David Miller to pay
tne.r last respects to all that remained ot
their brother Frank Hatch.
At 3:10 the funeral procession started
in tbe following order, King Solomon
Lodge, wagon containing body, members
ot Bcscuo Hose company and Engine
company, carriages containing city coun
cil, city officers nnd the numerous
friends of the deceased.
The body will be taken to Bedwood
city, where it will be met by thf par eat
of the deceased, who lire at Half Moom
Bay. This will be a sad blgir U thta
1 M bt WW faveritc chili.
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