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forward ati fxnama l.
r-eema to be . j of the tssuit.
things of the vfiinvt. In replying
to those who predict the failure cf
the work, 31. DeLpsseps, m a late
report pointed to the similar pre
dictions that were made, in connec
tion with the Suez canal, and said
the regular continuation of the
piercing of the isthmus and the
completion of the canal in SS8 are
the be3l replies that can be opposed
to the opponents of the canal.
Uer 20,000 men are now engaged
on the work more than 85,000,000
cubic yards of earth are under con
tract for removal. The total cost
of the work will be S140,000,000.
It will give pecple a vivid Heaof
how difficult it is for a young man
to get along in. England, to read
the following extract from a letter
from an English woman: "My son
who was educated at Harrow, then
spent two years at Hamburg learn
ing German correspondence, and
two mofe in Belgium and Paris, fin
ishing his French, ind finally, was
a year in his father's shipping office,
has been able to find nothing bet
ter than a clerkship at 30. a year
He prefers living with us in the
country and hisrailway ticket cost
It looks as if the mugwumps of
New York who elected Cleveland
and defeated Blaine, want to get
.back into the republican party this
fall. The party is better off with
out them, as they may taken no
tion to change their views at an'
time. The republican party wants
men who wiil stand by the princi
ples of the party.
Sam FrasciJco, Aug., 30.
A Bulletin's New XorJc special says
United States District Attorney Dor
6heinrer has paid $75,000 for New
York material. The paperps to be re
surrected as an administration organ
'with a strong political financial back
ing and with the Tammany interest
fait Aacalnst E. J. Baldwin
" New Yo'k, 'Aug., 30.
Uody Hughes, jsckey, and James
Steward, trainer, brought suit against
E. J. Baldwin, the California, million
aire, to recover $4,000 for breach of
, contract and obtained fron Judge Bar
rett an attachment on which the sheriff
of Saratoga count seised Volants and
rjmere, two crack race lories beloag-
oy the cua
.jort. During the
a., there have arrived
jl, including th Ifkngefrom
. the British (Jo'unibia line. Pro
bably not less than 7.000 Chinrse have
arrived in the eight months of 18S5.
The total number landed during the
three years proceeding are reported
t be as follows- thirty nine in 1882
in 1SS3 there we.'e 3,01 i, and G,G02 in
Important Judicial Decision
San Fkaxcispo, Aug., 3,0.
A decibion was rendered to-day in
the (superior court by Judge Maguire
in the case of Wither Jones, formerly
of Danville, Va , against Jas. Brandcn
Kticn Bsman Bash man fc Co., ct tl,
'4 Inch has attracted much attention.
The plaintiff claimed he entered into
partnprship with Brandenstcin and
Bachman & Co., in September 1SS1
for the purpose of manufacturing to
bacco under the names of the Seal
Bock tobacco. That in January 9th
1882, his partnership with his knowl
edge formed a partnership, with Moses
Heller, Henry Sutliffand others and
organized the J. B. Pace Tobacco Oo
defendants have paid themselves from
dividend or the company since its or
ganization one million dollaru, that
the affairs of the Seal Rock Co., v, ere
secretly mismanaged by his partners
so as to cause its failure and absorp
tion by J. B. Pace & Co. The court
decided that the Seal Bock Co., was
merely an agency of the original part
nership of September 1881, that the
property of both companies belonged
to the copartners that plaint" ff was
entitled to dissolution of copartnership
and accounting for value of the proper
ty involved which is said to be several
Freddie and his Clrl-
Tkot, Aug., 30.
J. G. Wooster, of Waterbury, Conn,
arrived at White Creek, Warren
County, on the 1 o'clock train, yester
day afternoon, in search of Fred
Brownson, 16 years old, and Grace
Hart, a Miss of 1 5 years, who eloped
from their homes at Waterbury at 1
o'clock last Friday morning. At
North Creek Mr. Wooster learned that
a couple answering the description of
the runaways bad arrived there Satur
day on the afternoon train, and had
gone on foot to Blue Mountain Lake,
for which place Mr. Wooster at once
started. At the forks of a road near
the lake Mr. Wooster met the young
couple. They had been to .North river
to purchase provisions, which they
were carrying to their camp near the
lake and in the woods-half a mile from
the road. Here they had erected a
rude shanty of brush, which afforded
bit little protection from the rain.
They cooked theirown provisions and
stated that they greatly enjoyed ease
Kg oat The couple were much star-
1 At first
it upon be-
ed her mind
a. Mr. Woos-
ent of the youn;;
tjectqble and are
the affair. It had
the elopers had
die, Conn., (he day
md were married, but
said the report could not
Yuunt; Brownson and
on said they Lad r:ad a real
in a dime ioel about a boy
.; who ran away and lived in the
oods, and they thought it would be
romantic to run away and camp in th
Adirondack's. The party returned to
Watcrburv last night.
Tlie undcislcned beinir desirous or ensag
ins: other buines. offer the old stxulNhid
LVlirse Uakcrv of this uly for ale, and will
Fell It nt a bargain if :alleil fur soon. Cull or
T.imltttonc. a T.
J. FRANK & CO.,
Southern Arizona and Sonara, of
Hariris ectiblnhed a depot at TairbanVv,
A. F. PARADES,
As Acnt, Bter wlli be placed tliere in cur
lnud Idle, nnd UJitii'i. In Uib n i tion of tin.
i ountrv or Sonon, will be tupulied prompil)
at the Iuuot r.i'.is. ju31 II
Of Southern California.
. , CALirOKN'IA
Fall Sosion will open Sept 7, 1885.
Diiectrore - - MAD.iME LASSAUGUE,
Prima Dona mid Vncalit to his late
A complete muflc.il edurition in everv
hrint-li.oii the sislctn of the world fumed
liri Conservatory, of which Madame is a
SINGING. PIANO. ORGAN. VIOLIN.
VLL'TE. GUITAR, HARMONY. COM
POSITION. SIGHT READING. ELO.
CU1 ION. AND ALL FOREIGN LAN
GUAGES. 1'rh ale I.csnn nnd Claused
Singing Lessons.- a Specialty
I'upiU from a distance boarded ard lodged
Planus and Oran- for l'rac'k-e. Miiblcfur
nli-Ued. For circular, address
MADAME LASSAUGUE, Los AtiReles. Cal.
JAMEES 8. KOBINSON,
Attorney and Counselor at Law
OFFICE: East Side of Fourth street be
tvvten Allen and'lcughnui stnets.
The Cattle ranch near the Dra
goon mountains hnown as the
Lynch ranch together with 60 head
of cattle and all improvements.
For particulars inquire of Mrs. W.
E. Morris, Safford street, one house
from the foundry. aug24-6w
Allen Street Between Sixth and
Pasqnal Nigre, Proprietor.
Would announce to the public that he his
Just received an invoice of fine liquor; also
home extra tine Martrll and Hnneiey
Brandy, Port Wir nd Holland Gin, and a
large stork of ZinSndel and ctber Imported
wines. In connectiod with the aaioon ia ai
flee bllliara table.
The Best Meal in
PriTate Parties a Specialty.
J9.8.BIRK8, Prpritor. .
Order of Court.
IS THE COCSTT COURT CP COCHISE
la tae mtttr T Lo Kora-t and B. M. Ptt-
oa, no tertofofe done fcaslBes- moi tM
flrmniaaaod nlof Ki.rit Peirrson, la
aaldCitkui) and tf rrltorjr lolel debtuia,
LfkonrandO. It. P.t.r.nn, ba-rlt tjfli-d lu
b,icart, tLcritl lon.w-nedni.a lutrBifc.
ii 1 a .UencT B wblcn It appear ibi tby a
ii o.Mrui ntbtor,tn sild uuSmici andB.U.
P, Utt u an- iirr. ij d cUrid to be lusolrrni. Ttit
Si.. nff.f .be Coau y or foiLl 1 terttjr i'l
rrc ed to akepaal(in or nlibe rstite real
and pcro al ui tne mil i Leo Kumer and 11 U.
P.-i tor.. d. btiKt. whether of a pnrtucrsblp 01
pe soi.al character except rnch as mar be by Ww
exemp. (torn execailuu. and or ail tneir devdl
tniiih is, touks of accon-ia and papers, audio
keip Ibe tame f&U'iy until tneavpoluiintniaran
aslKteM tbc e.ute. All persons are iubld
leL to par a-'Tdnbi 10 ;He -aid lnsolrrnls -r
ULcror ih.m. er tu U liter any property be
lungli e to lU. in, ur to any pernoa, firm or corpir
.i un oi a-soclailnn for tbelr use. The said deb.
rs a-e brcb foitolddea tj tranaltr or del.ver
any propeity notll the further ordtr of ttl
'ouri, i x. cut aa h- n li. o dered.
Ii Ururln r uidcndibat all the creditors ol
a'd dermis, be and appear before tae Hon. Wel-
:er Mree , Jud e ! tni Com ly Court of CocLls
Cm ty, Arizona TeT.io-y. lu pen ronrt, at thr
ourt roora o! ld oiiH In ihe City ol lomh
no e, county v& tril.a.y aoicfald, on the lOtb
lay or vptcaLt l-8i. st la oVIock a. .. ol
t it diy, loproTi- th- Ir drius ard chore one or
more assignee? f tb- etsle of ald debt jrs.
It l.fciilheroni r.n that Ihe order be publlsn
ed lu Tub 'louaToa. a s ly paper nnd a
ewspner i rntrl drculaiion, pnhlh.d In
the i Itv f Tomh-t ne In the county of Cocblse
nQ.i Teirltory of Arlioi a, sa oft-ua. the snld
paper ! pnblirhad before the day Set lor ttu
in e IK of ere. ltora,
And It is frtitnn nrderdtd that in the aaeantlm
all proccejIi.es SEttiUfi ti e tail) ln-olvekts be
etaye . WiBbThR KThEM.
lJated Aegaai 1, 15Si. Counu Jndc.
DOCTOR EDWARD WINOARD.
PlUBlCtAX & SfKOKOS.
Office Fremont anil 4 h St. Next door
to P; Btoffice.
Diseases of Women and Children.
Azlzom Mail and Stags Line,
Jtaee for Talrliai V. connpetinjr for eastern and western hound trains on Southern Pacific
xilrn.id leaves at 8.15oMotk a. m htau'c learra Falrl-unk upon nrrlral of Sonora tram,
and leave Tniiittoiie to connect Tilth train to Sonora at 2 o'cloik p. m.
btmre terFairhank by way of Charleston, leavrs Tombstone at B o'clock a. m., ana re.
turn upon .inival of Benson tmin.
St3i;e for Bisbee leaves every morning at 6 o'clock, cicept Sundays.
406 Allen St. Under Occidental Hotel,
Robt, Crouch, Proprietor,
TJiit Space is JEfcese wed. For
Having puchased the KolUntf8tck and Horaes oi
J, t "lunba, also malansr many adOitipnal pi chases, 3
1 1 -v ptpaed to cfle to
srer JBroujlit to the Territory,
and on .Keasonable Terms,
Transient and Boarding ApiTtt
Carefully Cared For.
.Allen St.et., 3d and 4h.
A. T, Jones,
One of the oldest and test fay.,
i i . .
ing reatnurants in thi city will be
old very reasonable if tailed for
within the next two weels. Sick
ness causes the present owner to
ii-ave the territory. For particu
lars call or address this office, where
full information will be given.
The par nersbip heratofore existing nnCr tte
firm nameofO l. M-ir'il Co, .nd lietwci.
i. U. Msrrlll.T. . Klmbaluand J H. Bis!.. In
the lumber ana mill ssl ess, h- tMs ia; been
d sa ltrd b ainiu-1 con-ent, and the buinM
will be tonduc ed in the fanxr- bt Blair Mer
rill, wbu will collect all accounts and piy all bills
O. 1). MXHXUL
T 8 Kiiuill.
J. U, Blaih
Care's Canyon, naacbeca V nnulne, Ac. 1 "W
W Ihe urderf ten-d. hae this day entered In
io co-pann-ranlp a aer tne style and n ni !
Blair & .Ma ill!, anil vr II cxllact all bill and ay
all ludnbtvdnees of Iho kid litu.
O. D. Mzcbill,
J. II, Blaih.
Carr's Canyon. Dnscoha Monntalns Aug, 1,'U
The uqderslCTitd IH Pp'r to the Bosrd
of Pardons now in seslon, fdr the pardon ut
L. D. Lawrence, couviited at the Muyttrm
I the DMritt Court of Curhiae miinly VA
or manslauifhter. BEX UOODRICII.
Aito'iiev for 1 D. Lawukmcc.
Tombstone August 24, 1SSS.
the Tom hstone public the
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