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THAT ARE ZSUUS'TERED
By our Very .Efficient Corps
of Reporters "who are Al-
-ways on the Spot
"When anything Occurs that
Is of Intrest To our
Enlghts of Pythia" mei t to night.
e9terday was c very quiet Sand-iv.
JR-v. G-. H.'AJime took hit departur'
Ii.r Tucson this tuirnipg. ...
Fresh eggt naliHe 01 hand at the Cash
Store of WaICott & MtilOS.
Tin canning dog is favorite pastiuit
or8imie parties in. this c'tv.
The best t'dHfornla and ranche butter ai
be Cash Store o't Walcoti k .Ma sick.
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A big poker ""iiw is in progress at tin
Buk Exchange this nttenn.on.
If you went to find a friend ro to tin
Crystal l'alccc sjlooa, fur he will lie there.
H v. G II Adams pre.iclicd in th
Methodist church yesterday, both mt.ru- i
jug and evening to good coiigiegatioiis
Hon II M Van Arm in pis.nl tnrou.'Ii
Albuquerque on 5-atuni ij curouie t
"W'tsliiuirtoii, where h wil. vi-tt Clevc
land and, off-r him his resignation.
Jnhn Bonnet a I,ll-J mr,n wel
Known in Tombstone was implicated ii
the late stage ro'ibery iieir Pneniz, ami
a reward is offered for hi capture.
"Oh, v by should the spirit of mortal bg
proud," when you can get a f cho.n. er of lev
fold Anliauser Oe;r ilr.mil through the
phtcnt German rountim for I'JM cento per
8cliooncr.it the Crystal Palace saloon.
O.d hoy Keno Ike left this morning
for Benson where he goes to receive thr
circus boy and honest ruuehcrs. Succes
Ike. Lieutenant Jenkins cf Troop I, wan
his Veen ia command of Troop K. n
Mud Springs his been ordered bick t
Bisbee and Lieut Lockitt of Troop A
ban been placed temporarily in command
Two sports who were coming from Xpga.
les jtsterday, where they had clcant d ui
considerable money, when they heard tb.it
the train was liable to be robbed, ilaccit
their money in the water tank and in the
stoe for tafe keeping. 1'ietty good sclieini.
rt"e received a very pleasiot cill lasi
cvrniug trom Setjnr Tiburcio Vasquiz
of Oposura, S morn, Mr. Vasiiurz is m
piomincnt merchant of Sonora, and is
well known in this city.
Quite a number of oar citizens to f
getlicr with their families will take nd-
vtntage of the excursion r.ites to-morrow
$3 20 from Tombstone and return, and
take in the circus.
F A M.ili and wife, G Andradc, City o
Mexico; Goo Erglestnn, San Francisco; ft
G Sanderson, Geo Piidham, Sulphur Sprint'
Valley; 'J II McKenna, South "ass; A r
A l'aredes, Fairbank; Thos Cain, Charleston:
aS G Spalding, Bisbce, are registered at tin
Mr. J. Vickerton arrived in Tombstone to
day from the Tobacochl mine, 1- miles from
Cumpas, Sonora, with a Iojc! of ore. a hand,
some specimen of which can beeeenatttic
Octidenta' hotel. The ore goes 450 ounces
in silver and about 31 per cent. lead.
A clear head U indicative of coed health
ind regular habits. When the body feel
lanzuid, and the inind works elusci'hh'
AerVCathartic?ills will assist to a ret every
of physical liuoyance and mental vlor. The
constipated should ue tbem.
Stockmen should bear in mind tha'
the new law compel linn cat'Ia owrrPrs t
provide one bull for cv-ry twenty-Brp
enwj, gis into effect to-jni'rrnw and
that nnn compliance makes them liable
Mr. Jose Torres caHed upon ur lat
evenins and desired u to correct a state
ment ivhicb appearal fin the Rcrd,
wherein ho was reported to hare stated
thnt SonorA was under mirtial lawMr.'
Ttrc says it ia incorrect and lht h
never so stated, aud that Sonora 13 not
under mirtinl Ihw.
Geo.E. Batcman, nperintendent of the
Lerdo colony, of Sonora and Lower Califor
nil, is at the Porter. The Star man had a
abort Ulk with him ani teamed tint all
preparation had been made to receive the
Gerroia colony, which would arrlre on the
15th. Mr. Biternan aya the toll U wonder
fully productive, much of It produces two
crop annually; all of the semi-tropical
fruits grow luxuriantly, also cotton, tobacco
and flax He hat raised two crops of corn
already thla year. Much of the had ovcr
.Jiowt jo the tprinfr, nhleh enriches it to
crops arc of rapid' and heavy growth, and
M Irrigation it required. SUr.
j The wnrm wesithT for the pist few
.lays caused tlie suspension of out door
work at the prison.
Dr- Bidwin repcrt'd 1 prisoner! on
ihe !ck list this week, M onetime. At
present there arc only bev?n.
Jme Klvem, nho to dny completed
one year's sentence, tor grand Urceny in
Grahrni couuty, was disclmred from
Biclnrd PiX'on w to-dy difchiri;
v frora "the prison alter serving out hi
t me of one year. He 4ns sent up Ironi
C chis? couiity.
U. S. Mirsli!i Meade brought in Ah
Tiojj on Tuesday niyht Iroih YiViipm
oouniy. He will be the jjueit t Capt.
Inj;d.s for the urxt ninety days, forsel- '
ting liquor to an Iud'an.
The electric liMits over the peniten
iary cm bj seen for 25 miles. Cpt. In
u'al's stjs they utisntf'Jhe ptirpoie
tor which they were inteuded brtur
.ban m score of ousrds.
Tlie work ol iiopritTemcnt on the
rison is proyresin finely, aud the new
it dice and sioieroom will be reirty lm
icupiucy in ten dsys. Tlie iid illi.:
will b- used for a dining room. The
d liny in ol the founo'd'iou lor tlie -t
.all is boiut; rapidly completed. Yuma
A Model ihow.
Barrett's circus will perform at Bcnon on
Tuesday, September Ut. The S.m FraneUiO
Daily Evening Bulletin, of Jul.- Sl,las5 sjj:
The etreet parade thi moriilu of S. II
Barrett' railrojd shows was better ttiau wa
esjieiteJ. The houes driven to the fo tj
chariots in procession are L'ue-loukini;
.uilinaU, and urc j slion within Uiuium1l-f
to the lurets uf fiiu-tralned animals. Three
Ifril binds and a calliope fuuWhcd imisie foi
th- display. The ilcpluiit", catnrl, dtoine
darie cud ponie aie all In uoJ order, aud
were the delight of the jouucr population.
Puree tralnerb occupied :i many c.iea ol
lions, ticr undblnik bears, the f-l'Ht ol
uliUh made the told chill? cham each othut
.ilon? the tpectatoi's tpin.il marrow, while
the saiase-iookiii beasts jleldtd willing
.lieilUnic to the lash. Main sticet was
crowded with lht-cert5 from every part ot
the city and couuty, and it Is sa'e assertion
that niae-tentlis -f tl.oae who witnessed the
,iradc will see nil that u dollar will buy tlii
afUrnoon and to-niht. It has been often
remarked to day that Barrett' display whn
the best and the ruot orderly and resnectn
Olu of any circus parade that ha? eer t-ikcu
plato iu San Francisio.
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ITS. MS OF IXTEh
fn this Thiiving
e Puolish De
To allho may favor i
The followinn instruments Lave been
tiled to thcntlice ul the County ltccordei:
DCED5 REAL ESTATE
Bujjcnc Xoel, by his attorney Louis
Zorue, to Armand Tuquet, certain leal
eitate lu Tombstone; $1UU(",
The Sideboard int a, Tombstone dis-
I irict, inciudingnll tiie vacant jjrouud be
tween the AncUor. Gua'uias and "Sew
Ueparture in ices; C K Hiue.
Atlanta South mine, including all tit
vacant ground between the lijil Isle, Al
auta and lleuaricks mines, Warren dis
.rict; D Willis, J.unes uml W E I)udgt
Between. 1 Simmoudl BeD K;th.
Henry J. Mitchell, Henry J otitis uuu
J. I'niwcli, to carry on tlie ranching aud,
i firming ttusincss in Cochise county.
California's Iron Mine.
A press dispatch frum lleddln, Cal.. tays:
I he actual sale of the Iron Mouutam tuinc
10 practical miners, for $U0,(X),'I was eon
rirmed yesterday by James bailee, one oj
tue 'ate owners, who will remain iu fill,
euarse and pioceed immediately to build a
run.' from the mine to Cop.ey station on the
ikilroad.aud will also erect lioistiti works
the shaft at the Sherer and Kiddies mine is
dunii 40 led and had stiuik atelluiium
KUe nine teet Hide. Anew saw mill is 1-st
approaching completion. Ihe erection uf it
..ev cepotaud louudiy buildiui's vaj tieun
a lew cljjs aL'o.
Ho, l''or 'I'he Circus.
All desiring to attend the circus to morrow
a. Beusou, can do so by applying nl the
stue utllce. Fare for tLu round trip trom
Tombstone to Benson and return, oulr f3iJ.
Sandy can take 00 or 70 passeusers just as
well as one. If you dclrn to stay hi Ben
on over nij;ht your ticket will be good for
the uexl day. Tuere will i-nly be one show,
aud train will leave after performance ii
over, and will strive lr. Touibstunc about
-&0 in the evening.
Read the cew advertlscoent of
l'orcdes in another column.
The thermorrcter registered 90 degrees t
A lai ice number of our citlMns took u
j tuiit into the couutiy last evening.
The different thilts In the parlous nines
The sorial dance at Btady's "eptune"ft-l!s
n Saturilay evtmns wa3 a grand euceess.
Quite nn enjoyable psity as given at the
Cusir.o Guldens last ulht.
Ike bill collector will be abroad in the
land to morrow.
The subscription list of Tnr Dj-ii.t Tomb
stone is increasing five or six trtcry day.
Quite a high value is placed upon
chickens just now.
Ike Is.t cs took his departure for Ben
son this tin ruing.
The weather has been very sultry to
day. Another race is talked of for next
Don't lorget the clrcu3 at B.-nson to
The sheriff of Sncarro onunty Xew
Mt-MCO, is expt cte'l on to-:iiglits stage.
The election lor chief of the lire ue
piutmcnt takes plnci ncit "A tdnesthiy
Quite a nice fhower of rain fell thi after
noon aud cooled oil' the almosphcie wonder-fully.
It i probable that wltues-ft for the tle
'eii?e will be put upon the stand to-morrow
in the ca-c of the Teriitory s. W. ll.bmith.
A cloudburst in C'lif.on carried olT two
MijnBioii bridgta over the San Francheo
riier, one day last week.
James Finlon Iisa purchased the bell team
formerly owned by Mart More of ft'ilco
p.uiug therefore the sum of 2,7'.
The directors of the public library
have reduced the fees lor membership
trom 1 to 00 cents.
Aluxand ir P.im, manager of Zeckcn
lorl's store, arrived in this city on
Siturday cvca'ng, en route to Oclio.iville
Owing to the increiise of advertising
indgener.il business Tun Daily Tomb-,
.ito.se will appear to-tsc-ro evening
is ti s:x column paper,
We would advise property owners to
organize and resist the land sharks who arc
rcprt.eutid by G. G. Berry, and v. Lo desir'
to rah them of tin ir pro erty.
Quite a number of Tombstone sports
leparted tor Benson this morning.
a here they will take ij the circus, or go
Judge Berry, who has a power of at
lorney for most nl the surlace ground in
lii city, whicli hits been paid for two or
hree times bv the settlers i:pon it, has
commenced suit in cj-ctment against
Pisqnalc Xigro, and several more
igiiinst other parties.
Liwrence Street, Son of Ja Ige Street,
while car essly hin.lliug shot gun cir
tridge yestiT'lsy received the contents in
his hand. The little fe'low had been ui
hunting tlie day before and one of th-carlritlgt-s
misse,d Br- and he took it out
and placed in his pocket with the empty
he! s. Yesterday while engaged in re
moving the rxpludcd caps he came
acroiS the cartridge spoken f,tliinkmg it
hs empty attempted to remove the cap
which exploded, the contents of ihe car
ridge pissing through the fleshy prt oT
his hand between the- thumb and index
finger. The wound was dressed by Dr.
All parties knowing themselves Indebted
to Charles .vteuun , are notified la settle the
.Miutf WKliin the uexl ten days, and all
parlies haviug claims against me will pre
seuttiie same for pay cut ut within the next
ten days. Chaklls MtUiN.
Touibstvne, Augmt St, lt&6.
All parties knowing themselves indebted
to Andy Mehan wilt please settle Ibe saiue
wllhiu ten days, and all having claims
against In in will pleata present, me name
lwiiulatnii). -A.J. Mzbaj.
Card of Thanhs.
At a meeting of the board of directors of
Tombstone pullic library, held Saturdy
allernoon, the fullowlng resolution was in
troduced and unanimously adopted:
Resolved, That the member of this board
hereby extend to all who took part and as
sifted in the musical and literary ente'tain.
mer.t for the btr.cnt or the public library, the
thanks of this blard, and that ft copy of this
resolution be published in the papers.
H. G. Howe, Secretary.
Arnold's "Wood Yard, Corner Eight and
" Dry cord and sL.ve wood at lowest rates
, Leave orders with Arnold's exprc-si wagca
rhouldi-r on .
bar Is plaicd In U
at the show that nl,
ticket to the show; 1
not go; I had no tun
directly about it; he kne
show. Urn nine I mentionc
presence in the sioie.I think .
hu tltket that time; 1 heard h u .
turned the tit-L-t. He did not state u.
why be returned It; i hvaid him speakinir .
it iu the store that he did not want to go,
and he retrrned it to Mr. Brown, he
said this sometime in the nlteinoon of
Saturday; I made the remark that 1
was going to the ehow in the forenoon.
Henry hart a key to the back gate -which
wutild admit him to the shed, and he could
then get the key t.f the style; the key was
only iut iu lt hiding pljce when I was in
my room back of tlie store; Henry Rajiutmd
opened the store in the morning about Ee
or six o'eioik, a. m., I was usually in ray
room at that time. Henri i::ut tree access
to the store ana to the ke-ts of the store
while I was in b. d. that is the hejs of the
doors of the -toie. Filzicnrj Wis rtippnsed
to clef-e the b.:i 1: door oi the store; I left the
store on Saturday evening about 7 or 7:30
o'clock; 1 was not in the store before 2 or 3
o'e'eek. and .it th it time I went to bed.
I cntt-id the store when I leturned Sun
day morning, by the froiu door. I put the
oar up afier I entered. 1 turn passed through
the bjik door of tLu stoic-, the back ilour
was lucked; the key was Iu the door; I lock
the duuralier I passed out; I think I put the
Her i Us Usual hiding pi tee, as 1 aj accus
tomed to do. As 1 parted through the store
1 noticed a brokcu lampshade on the floor, it
was near the desk, near tee Safe, oppusitethe
gate of the railing .nound ihe sale, the globe
that was Lrcl.cu was an extr.t globe nut in
Use cm any lamp.
J. G. Brown sworn. I know Henry Ray
mond by sight; he woiked for Fithenry 0:
.Man-Held; 1 remember the show called the
Na-Iivilie students. 1 dun't rjmembcr the
date, but cm tix the date, it was Saturday
May :"). lb5 Mr Israel aud I both sold
tickets for the show. I old Henry a ticket
to tq.it concert. I think it 'fas the day be
fore the purforruanc'-, that wes Friday. Hen
ry Key rnnnd a ticket, l.c gae me a dollar
for it aud the next day he came to the store
and aid lie could not attend aud asked me
to refund his dollar and I did au. He want
cd the mo'iey baik, as he said Fitzhcnry
told him that he Henry had to go to Fair
tank Saturday night and would rot retun.
until Sunday morning, and that lie Henry,
would have iu use foi the ticket.
Fred Hall being recalled by defense des-crib.-d
the key hied by smith to lit the In.
side lock of FA M' safe, (witness draws a
plan of Ley,) judges it I' .id nve notches in it.
had a round handle to it: it was a flat key.
Witness sho an keys, and pii-ks out two
that resembles the one made by defendant.
I had the key made hi defendant in ray
hand while it was in Smith's house. 1 took
the key off of Smith's wardrobe shelf. I can't
say if any one there while I had it m my
band. I had It in my hand more than once,
before and after the rob'o.-ry ot F A M'a sjfe.
I got the key from Smith to lock ray valise
I had no keytl'en and have none now- First
lime Traith gave me the out ot Lis trunk,
and sjid if you can make that key lit your
valise you will tint! it in the rfaidrobe ol in
the trunk. 1 tried the key in ray valise, it
would lock bu mil unlock it. Valise s'io-n
in court, key of .M fe F safe given witness.
key will not unlock laiise.
Fitzhcnry recalled. B.-forc the show
arrived he said lie would like to sec the
minstrel?, and thought he would sec The
show was on Sitnrday night Sunday
morning I asked him how he likctl the
show, he slid lie did not go, nothing
more said until Monday. I learned that
he hd purclnsed a ticket at S.l Israel's,
and had returned It. I inquired about
it. I asKcd Henry why he used my
onmc or our name when he returned the
icket. I told him I understood that he
stated that I or the firm rt Fi zhenry &
ManzuVld were to smd him to Pairbank,
he replied that be made that as an excuse
to get his dollar back. He said h did
not go to the show aa he was too late
getting away from the store. I did not
tell him he would liavff go to Fairbsnk
and would not return uatii Sunday
morning, and ho afterwards apologized
to me for telling the lie. Two bunches
of keys shown witness that Hill bad
selested. Fiizheoy picks out 3 keya b
to-day at .
their u eminent t B.
'three o' Jicray Carr
day from Mud Springs.
buinebody else will be tti
Different parties report a
erj dull, but if one should
amount of fi eight that is bet
there, that it was a very lively io
J.l! Aycis leaves for Kansas on
day morning. Wuen he returns he
accompanied by itr.s. Aycrs.
D.ne Chuat left for Tucsou to-day, whei
he goes as a witness against a horse thief
who is ou trial there. The man on trial is a.
partner of the one Date killed nt the time of
this one's capture.
Tou don't get the uews unlets y ou take
ATTEX1 ION CHAKLESTOXTAN'S.
When you visit Tombstone and Ueslrs a
good meal, oysters in any style, or in 'fact
iiuy thing the market affords, go to Wisdom's
Fountain on Alleu street, between Fourth
uud Fifth. augSl-lm'
Oa Saturday night some parties notified
the agent at Huaehuca Siding that somo
men were spreading the rails a tew miles
below, with the evident intention of robbing
the train. When the train came along yes
terday morning from Xogales, the engineer
was told to run Mow fur a few miles, and to
look out for the tiatk. The train left the
station and pioecedcd along very cautiously
for about two miles, when three horsem.er.
were seen some distance ahead, and think
ing these were the parties who intended
robbing t'ic train, the engineer reversed hit
leteraud backed up to the station again.
An armed party then went down the track
and examined it for several miles but found
it In perfect order, and could s-;e nobody ex
cept some herders who were hunting cattle.
The train then went on its way unmolested
and the scare was attributed to bad whiskey.
C 'itnly Court.
Hox. "(VnBSTCK Street County Juda
A. O. Wallace Clerk
Territory vs. A. J.Mcban, deftr.dant, plead
not guilty and casoct (or trUl September 9.
Territory Ve. Eeyes Carpia. On motion olj
di-lrict attorney the defendant was dis
charged from custody.
Territory xi.0. I.Tucker, writ of -habeas
corpus. Dcci'ion reserved until to-morrow
morninr at 9 o'clock.
The trial jury for the month of September
were drawn to-day.
The public school of this city. School
District Xo. 1, will lommenre onTue3y
Sept. Stb. Parents will please take notice uf
the date. David McFawk,
Clerk of Board.
naffner & Shaughnessy, tbe popular pro
prietors of the Billiard parlors, on Allen si
having made arrangements with thju prOBrl.
tort ot tbe Celebrated -abiitz HUwaukea
beer, hare had a fine ica chest fcrtctett la
their saloon and are now prepared to (err
their numerous customer with .choooer
of this celebrated beer on dir.ught, ice cold
Drop in and try it. A.W
Judge Alvoril was be jjfjto day Jn
hearing th case of Cad? fy'jfc Subrorl
vs. Hart and E. EJror to rccpfer
certain moneys due Cad- -Pr'lanford.
l iuvi.ice- ol i
io n I Ho
o . 8andintei
f IS. Larnrfl i .
The esse was tried byobnone
brought in verdict for.pork'arii
Of tUlit.MMUb "' r-u'
, known as and cal
n tig Claim; Eaid intt
Med one half of said 1
m. tombsioa Miaic
uuin Uri.-n xrai lcca
anuary. lMtJ.and xr:
day of January, 1832.
octii-c County Rco
-an ill Margarita MI
about one raile and
-i!.. cj.' or Tombsloi
mile est of the St
o.nmcncing at thU
;re this notice is p
eet easterly nd?o
-nent of rocks, wit
each corner of th
treat having: bee
)f March. I&s5.ard
lecorder'a effleo c
hereby jiven that .
ay of SKptembcr.lSS;
hat tljy.In front of
fj.c,t'- -Vl't"'of Cocb,
.Rht, title and intercMi
Iu and to the s.. a.
M . v.tKIT.. .. t "" UC
7 -. ' ' "on-iorriili
Dated at ToaUton, thl V,
After breakfast, to make i
,laPlrt so to Ashmun & y
urchsse a choice imported c
( VArilETT,. Hlilnv"i-..rT.
ovvrrv. f t c;J