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r of- Co.obise County. Subscribe for and advertise in The Daily Tombstoke. ' " The-awirnming baths will be opened to the public to-morrow. , Pat Brachen came in last night, from .Bisbee. C. 31. Bruce arrived this afternoon fiom his ranch on the Babacomari: Jimmy Carr, the boas freighter was visiting Tombstone this morning. . "Severahof our business men. to-day decorated lbi fronts of their buildings !wilh the glorious stars and strides. Don't" fail to attend the nrces at . poling's Driving Park, to-morrow and "jidajv . rj-rnorrow.iE.ths.Ilpth'annivcrsary cf '.he -Independence of . the. vUnited t" jocnfcld & Itcyman arc just in receipt - a larse consignment of large Leer K'.fsser. (schooners). Call and examjn.je30tf The F. &A. M. will meet at .their : .:!c this evening for work in the second degree. There was no mail from the west last evening, the train being several ours late. Quite a number of ranchcra and ospectora Ure arriving in town to jnd the holidays. We hone that all of our citizens will throw "an American flag" to the breeze to-morrow in honor of the day. A hot air baloon will bo tent up from the El'. te Theater at six o'clock to-morrow evening. Monday being a legal holiday the Cochise county bank will remain closed. Mr. Guo. Lyall, son of A. Lyall de ceased, arrived in this city from Cali fornia last evening. Deputy Sheriff Smith left this morning for camp Kuckcr on official business. The Occidental hotel is draped'in the colors of our country. Joe Pas choly always was a patriotic cuss. The postoflice' will be open on Mon day next from 8 a. m. until 10 a. m., and alto iu tho evening after the dis tributiou cf the mail. " . A cloud burst occurred at noon to day about two miles couth of town and from Allen street it wjb a pretty sight. F. L. Heberson, a well known miner in this camp left this morning for Caea Grande, where he goes to ex amitio some mines near that place. Deputy Sheriff Crowley arrived in this city last evening from Willcox and took his departure again this morning. Tlr3 deepest sympathies of the citi zens of Tombstone are extended to the people of Bisbee. in this their second due calamity in one year. A. Fortlouis, wholesale dealer In Imported and domestic Hqnors, wines and cijears, Is gelling out his entir t stock at cost, and for cash only. T-ltf All members of the anti-Chinese league are requested to be present at the business meeting at the City Hall this evening. '. 8. Bradshaw quit the liquid re ..oshtnent business Thursday morn ing, and this morning was nand'ing the ribbons" behind four fiery steeds on his way to IJisbee. The name or Mr. E. Sturgis is be ing frequently mentioned in connec tion with the office of Co'uuty Ree orlor. We don't know of anvbodv .-"aid -)et;er t II -hs V.v r? vhn it more frbui's than eld bov ..i -JS8 from Yuma.statc that Pat ,and has been unanimously chosen 1 chief of theYiima Indians, and to-morrow ho. will prove himself Icr. by shooting apples off the twelve Indian maidens. It tt there will be n,o mistakes .. pulling the strings this time. . Dunn and party who have been icatingifor the past few week? in 'ler's canyon, Iluachuca mountains, r irnod thii afternoon. They had t . It wagons and carryalls gaily dec ted with, evergreens and flowers, n created quite a sensation upon V 'arrival. ItRaort&ct to Banciicrs. Word was received this morninr, that a telegram had been received at Fort Huachuca from Gen. Miles, tb signal to Antelope Springs, the'.Swisa helms, nnd Stein's'Peak, that the hostile "Apaches were returning, to Arizona, and ordering every water riole carefully guarded, and ordering couriers to notify the settlers. The General from what he has learned, believes that the hostiles are heading for the Dragoons, where he thinks they intend to make a stand. That they have already reached the Sul phur Spring valley will readily be be lieved when we state that Mr. Davis, a well known rancher, arrived in this city last evening and stated that he came across four dead beeves yester 'day, that had only .been killed a few hours, and numerous Indian signs. It would be well for cattlemen and ranchers to keep a close lonkoutfor hostiles during the next few days. i c VcvruI iu Hi- "i'ronser'a Poclfct "Know x Geo."- ''HearstT Well I should say TOiii,'" Remarked the old Nevada-! at the Palace the other evening. "For the hist few years J never hear Uncle George's name men tioned without recalling a little inci dent tuat happened to him and mc years ago iu Pioche. 'Uncle George and I had been on a prospecting lour all summer. We had been unfortunate, not finding or making any locatious. We brought up at Pioche in the face of a hard winter, out of provisions and out of money. Hearst went to the leading merchant of the camp and asked a few dollars' credit to purchase the necessities of life. The merchant re fused, i "Well" drawled the now million aire Senator, "I shall live to see the time when I can put the whole bor ough of Nevada in my trousers' pocket.' "Since- Uncle George has become U. S. Senator I am expecting him every day to introduce a bill abolish ing the stale of Nevada. S. F. Post. Orange Blossom!, Last evening at the rcsidcuco of the brides parents on Allen street, Mr. Thoo Negri-jvas united iu tho holy bonds of wedlock to Mise Tcriseta Fry, by Judge Street. Both of the young people are well knowu in Tombstone, and havo horts of friends. After the cermonies which were at tended by a large number of tho friends of both the high contracting parties, an elegant wedding supper was ppread, and amid tho flow of wit and the popping of corks the health of tho happy couple was drank timo nnd time again. The Tombstone acknowledges the receipt of a liberal supply of refresh ments, and we also extend our con gratulations to the bride and groom and liopo that their matrimonial bark will never strike upon the reefs of ad versity, aud that tneir only troubles may be little ones. COUNTY ECOItIS. The following instruments were filed in tho office of the County Re corder to-day: DEEDS MINES. W. P. Davis to James Carr, the Texas mine aud millsite, situated on the west side of the Huachuca moun tains about one milo north of the Maloncy ranch, $1. Jacob Conner to James Carr, the Maloncy millsite, situate on the west side of the Huachuca mountains, $1, Mr. Davis a rancher in the West Huachuae arrived in this city last evening. A 1 ir? -lumHor of husinefj houses i.i town ik- .. its nf their . iO.VS ll,"i.l.V U'tl; tt.ri ! , whi:h l-.'.d U-1H. IliE i-Aix-V IcilaTOiJL WAS aruoiig tho number. i Mr. W. V. BnulW am! wife accom panied by' Mrs. Chits. Tribolet, will leave to morrow or Monday, for San Francisco, where they go to witness the celebration of the Grand Army of the Republic. SiU-cr City and Tombstone each claim to be the dirtiest town in either territory, in respect to. the ' condition of theii streets. The honor is not there and falls nearer the line be tween New Mexico." and Arizona. Clifton not; only claims this proud distinction but, can substantiate the ' same. Clarion. RAZED TO THE GROUND -Two Thirds of .the Boss top per Can$r;Blsl)ee--in Ashes. A UU Account of the prop erty Destroyed, and who' are the Losers. A little more than a year ago a courier arrived ii this city with tne distressing news that Bisbee was in ashes. The report could hardly be believed, while at the same time it was expected. . But with that in domitable will of frontiers people the town was soon rebuilt, in much better shape- than before, and the whole World-had begun to believe that Bis bee with bee yajt resources was de stined to become one of the chief mining camps of Arizona, and when the stage arrived iu this city last eve ning with the intelligence that Bisbee had agaiu been undergoing the fiery ideal, many were the expresrions and curses upon the heads of Rollins, FickaB, and Joice cf al, who wete the authors of the name Cochise being bestowed upon this county, as the idea is prevalent that its many num erous miffortunes havo been caused by a visitation from Providence in uamining it after ouc of the most bloodthirsty Indians that ever lived iu the annals of history. Below give the names of tho parties who were burned out and their loses, which were kindly furnished us by a business man of this town who was one of the sufferers of the Bisbee fire Yesterday morning, at 6:15, the sharp cry of "fire I fire!" rang through the air. It was tho warning notes that the town of Bisbco was visited again by thut fierce t-lement of de sliuclion.' When first discovered, the flames burst through the roof of Mrs. Christy's restaurant and lodging house, and before the people could realizo the danger, the fire gained such headway that it was impossible to think of saving the buildings. From Mrs. Christy's the fire spread with lightning-hke rapidity. Soon Clark & Dunn's saloon, on the one sido and the Lumber Yard on the other, wcn ablaze. At this time somo of the pcoplo wero in bed and had barely time to escape with their lives. One of the boarders at Mrs. Christy's by the name of John Smith had the hair burnt off his head and had to jump from the balcony of the second story to save his life. 'The south side of the street it is laid in ashes from Sol Piorce's saloon to the Copper Queen works ; on the north side from McGuire's restaurant to the Copper Quccu store. Fortun ately for those from there up on Main street the wind was steadily blowing from the west, or the destroy ing element would have wasto and gone over the same ground it did at the last fire. H. Purcell it Co., Bon Tom build ing, $1,200; Mrs. Dehoney, $300; Clark and HigginB, saloon bailding, $1,200; Clark and Dunn, saloon, $2,000; Mrs. Christy, building and all contents, $4,000, partially inured; L. Wl Blinn Lumber Co., $2,500; Capper Queen store-room, formerly owned by M. Crofsey, and surveyor's office with contents, $1,600; Kate Sweeney, building and great portion of goods, $2,000, partially insured; Slore liouf-o owned by Ben Williiims, $500; clothing store of J. Myers & Bros., $2,500; Dr. J. G. Payney, drug store and dwelling, lost almott every thing, $3,000, no", insura"nc6; Chris. Radovirh, houso, $1,000; Mrs. ITelly, r,s'..ur,nt. Erie Cattle Co., meat n...r:.;, .JI.SOO. F.vj IV'rtnn, sh'jiiDaker-sh'iu. J:itips VUns- fit'ld, Bi-bee I'oupo, $.,000,' partially insured; John CurtiV, $700. - ' It will be seen that the largest por lion of he losers by this tire were losers at the one bout a year ago, and they will hardly he able to re build again and resume business. Wi expect to' receive a full account of all losses and incidents that we have not already published by this evening's mail, and will publish tho same in our next issue. Mr. W. Hasselgren who has a ranch on the San Pedro below Charleston, was a visitor to this city to-day. WASEtEVGTOr E.ETTEE Washington, Jnne 28, 188G. 3Ie. Editoe: The .latest feature of Washington life is the adoption of the tricycle by iadie3. The broad smooth pavements of the city 'render travel ing by bicycle or tricycle both a con venience and a luxury. The use of these machines has long been popular for news gathering purposes, and a number of "wheels" may be seen, at any hour of the day or night, about the doors of the various newspaper offices. The telegraph companies were early in recognizing the advantage1 of the system from a business standpoint, and furnished their messengers with .bicycles. Tjie'fact that the appear ance of a lady upon a trycicle would be likely to attract notice, and cause more or less comment, has until rec ently prevented their general adop tion bv the ludiea."'"A"mimber.j3f trydcle"" clubs have, however, been formed--among the. ladies during the past few months, and during the courso of a walk through the streets upon a moonlight evening, one con stantly meets these trycicle riders. The popularity of the tricycle is in fact increasing daily, and if one nicy judge from the enthusiasm evinced hy the ladiej who are members of" the clubs, it is safe to piedict that the "machine" will soon achieve an even greater popularity among the ladies than it has heretofore with the gentle-' men. . . v , ,1 It is rumored that a large number of dismissals are 'o 'bo made in the-l various Executive Department upon July 1st, tho .commencement .of the, fiscal year. The Sixth Auditor has announced the dismissal of twenty six clerks from his office7if beiirg stated that the dismissals were made necessary by an expectation that the appropriations were to be reduced. An examination of the provisions of the- legislative bill as it passed the House, shows that the Sixth Auditor it given all tho force asked for, and that the total reduction necessary in all grades docs not exceed six or eight. Tho President has been so bufily engaged during tho week, considering the great number of bills which await his signature, that he has been obliged to deny himself to callers, and tho regular meeting of the Cabinet upon Thursday .was postponed upon that account. On Wednesday he sent fif teen veto messages to Congress, and on Thursday a batch of thirty-two bills xtoTO returned to the House with his reasons for disapproval. The ef fects of overwork began to show themselves before the close cf tho week, and after continued urging by his friends the President finally de cided to accept an iuvitation, which had been tendered to him by Eepre sentative Scott, of Pennsylvania, to join in a pleasant cruise down the river. The party, consisting of the President, Postmaster General Vilas, Representative Scott, Mr. W. S. Bissel and Lamont, left Washington on Fri day afternoon upon Mr. Scott's steam yacht for a short cruise down tho bay, It having been learned at the Post office Department that certain clerks in the railway mail service had form ed a conspiracy to prevent removals, an order was issued on Thursday by tho Postoffice Department summarily dismissing twenty-six from the. ser vice. The order states that the clerks have been removed" "for insubordina tion,, in conspiring- to obstruct the .regulation of tho service of the De partment. They have socratly at tempted to form an association with a view ts dictate action to the Depart ment." The object of the society was to resiai removals by tbrafpnin? a strike, or the combined i 'V4ii tL is if wry clp-k at one lirao, so as to menace tnu Deijai.uei: with omharrassmont. ' There are nearly forty members of the Chinese Legation in Washington, and their summer robes of light blue silk, present an attractive appearance upon the streets. Although there are but two or three members of ihi Lega tion who understand a wort! of Eng lish, they all evince a remarkable de votion to our American entertain ments, and the theater- seems to be particularly attractive to them. The eummer opera season has opened, and the Chin?.men are .to be found at the i onara nvcrv nie-ht. Thev never tire of the eame performance, and no t r... 4.1 : . ..: they are :lways present, and their faces are always radiant wjth an ex pression indicating thorough enjoy ment. ' H. Gala time at the' races to morrov. pon't forget the grand opening at the Fashion saloon to-night. Cordials, syrups, wine, whiskies and cigars' at L.- B. Vn Burl's liquor wirerooms on Allen street.. Col. Fred Hafford an old timer in camp, who ' has been .away from -Tombstone for the pist year returned last evening. The Colonel has many warm friends in Tombstone who are glad to see him back. As the employees of the The Tome stone desire "to be" patriotic- on the Fourth of July and that falling on Sunday this year, making Monday a' legal holiday, there will be no paper issued from this office on Monday j evening. VlJf the. Apaches .'should see the ba loon of Joe Bignon'a sailing over thf country to-monow evening they will be almost 6ure-to surrender, thinking that Gentral Milcj has invented some iufer'nal machine for their extinction. "A VflE map never f tops to argun with a skunk. The skunk has to. great an advantage in its own pecu liar line" Epitaph. ..Wo-know that you smell awful loud Dunbitr, but we thought that it'was the scent of the ho'rse-filables that hung round you stiU. Jnsjt received by Mr. Van Burt a choice lot 'of fine - imported cigars. Vi is the boss. Saloon men should call at his store on Allen street and inspect his goods. Everything that can be found in a first class wholesale liquor store can be had at prices that would astonish ono. ... Judge Benson is the only resident of Toughnut street so far that is loyal enough to display the American flag, he having seven American flags fly ing in front of his domicile. We ex pect, however, that to-morrow morn ing's dawn will lead to the gaze of the public, flags on each and every house from ono of that thoroughfare to the other. It is said that the reason that Pat Holland accepted the honor thrrnt upon h'fli by tho Yuma Indians, was becauso the weather is so warm in Yuma that he was unable as a pale face, without becoming amenablo to the law, to wear a Gee string, but hs chief of the Yuma's all trouble oi the law is averted. He will now dress in tho ancient and scanty costume of his tribe. The Democrat came out with an article headed to-day "Important if True," wherein it was stated that an important change was to take place in the management of the Grand Central mine and that Messrs. Gage and Leach would retire. A reporter of The Tombstone- interviewed Mr. Leach and from that gentleman nothing could be gleaned other than that it was news to him as he knew nothing about it. It is to hoped that Messrs Gage and Leach will still con tinue to hold their positions. We received a pleasant call this afternoon from our old friend Col. Hafford. He looks just as natural as ever, and by the time he reached our office his arm was weary with hand shakings, from his numerous friends in this city. The Colonel will re main in this city about a week or ten uays and take a look at the general outlook for the camp, He says that notwithstanding the dullness of the camp at present it presents superior inducements to the capitalist or busi ness man than any place he has visited during his travels. lea lor f arauie3. Cocnmencln 'loesday. May itb.'ye will issue weekly lec tickets fur families and other t,mall consumers, at 81.00 and up- ,-ar.:3. Vi. v not "11-,-svd to dsli-rer ice tn weiklj ccetoirej-s v.iti oi.i ve.-l.ly IrkctE. 0-23tf SccTuwihTiikN Icj Co. No.: ice. We have appointed Mr.' J. Galeboll Jr.no onr aucnt (wiih power of attorney) to culled ail money due to us. All persons knowing thonelvea to be in debted to us, arc requested to settle ith Mr J.one. Jacob EvEKnARin- & Co. TombUons, May 1st. Ihb6. 6-2 tf J usi received at Herrera A MeClure's the finest bailed oat hay ever brought to this city. 5.S ft ANNOTJNOEM) I All nnnntlnrpmpntR nnrfp.r tit riUft ; be Le paid for in advance, or tiioj insenea. FOR COsKXT As?.SE5Sl5T:. At the solicitation of rn.iny friendi tbfoaghent Uoclilse Cotintj-, X t6rcEj- 'an nounce myself as a candidate for. tUi'jofflcjy oi",vOiil7 Assessor, subject to tlie d.-chiun of the Itepublfcas County Convention- - -E.G.NOKTO FOB COUNTY RECOEBJSKr.- -J I hereby annon.icc uiysi-lf hs a i-a-",M;'e fiir the office of County 'R-mdc si-' ;.o the action of the ReDubllcan Couh " Con tention. W. F. BRAdLY. ' Grand 'tiSalHe. The " tickets for the raffle of Mr. Josiah KirJeff's handsomely 'Improved propeffy'arij riow jeiidr. Remember tlint'this is oneb'f the finest garoens in Trirubirtone, there: Be. inr 16 beating friiit trees, besides nuny others that will bear next season. Severa grapo vlfces of diffcrast- varieties, now cov. ered with luscious fruit, 'current and goose berry tushes. Anybody "'can 'be convinced by calling at Mr KfrleiT's residence back of the Union Sod.i Works. Tickets are for tale at :he luvr .price of one dollar each, antLcan ernicire4-lt--3jjl-E,xael9, and all the'lead- nz business houscsju,ToTi.u. ' - IN YHE JUSTICES COUKT "Or'6. 3 Township, ot the Countj ot 1,'ochUe, terri tory of ATizunu " ' Thomas P. U-.- - z. KaiutlC. re. yVt'.liath McCuiues, Defendant. '' ' Before S C. P.'rrin, Justice of tho Tcacc, xleiuiin.11 : The fein'tury of Arizona sendsrcellnf; to W t!li.ii"i MrCuuus, dtfer lane. "T x'o;i are lieieby ouialnoueil and reicircd io appsar u-!--r- .i-e "t my us Bisbee, comity cf C6i.-hi.-e ou tin l?ili day uf August. A. V. lSeB. :.t 10 o'c.ueK. a. a. to answer Jthe i-o:u, rjint of -iibcve named, n'-i-iniitt' wlH den;.Mi& otS'ou. ttWt ygu are tudebied to hiuT'iu - the ruci of 'SJO'-'foc rmo.iiiy loaned yqu at yi-ur in. stance and request S more :ully uppeart by conn lainl tiled in ray uitfee. And iTyoulailta appear acd enswor 6aid" complaint Z3 .mreiri -required, 'he plaintiff will w.ko judgment against jou as demand. -ed, a'lta fcr costs of suit. - Given -under iny hand this Uth daVbf Jane, A.-1). J8&. ' - S. O. PH8KIN '- ' - .. .Tujjticeortii'b.iSsare. ,.-C League . . . .TJie'lfgularbusiness meeting of the Tombstone anti-Chinese league, will take place at the City Hall at 8 o'clock to-monow .evening.' Every .member of the league is requested to be pre sent as business ol the utmost im portance will bo transacted. . By order of C. N. Tuokas, . : - ' President. W. A. ash, Secretary, '3-gt GKAND GfALA DAY i . . . - - i. Molmpls .Iltieg Trade, cy JTnly euid. Stl?.,. Races Commence at II A. M. The First Raco will be KO.yard dash, .free for all, 8120; entrance feo 820; iix-to enter, rive to start. The Second Race. 440-yard djtt, sis to enter live to start, S120; entrance tec SCO. Thitd Race, a milo dash, sweepstake free for all liorbes in Ccchise County. EutraiKe fee, 550. , - First R-ice, a half mile d:sh. free for all, five to enter and four to' start, 8100: eulrance fee. 820. No horses ar barrrd from participating ir these rates, and every thing will oeion-ductt-d in a fair, impartial m.icner. These races will 0s the finest eve. held is. Cochlf.o County. , - -' ENTRIES CLOSE ON JULY 1st' Admission 50p For Sale. A horse and ivagon horse kind and gentle. For particular apply at Ibis ofSca 0-lStf LoojC-'Here. ' 1 have Just received at my jewelry store the finest assortment of Lirtics' Cuff But tons, Pins, Charms, Watch Chains, and Watches which I will sell cheap for casa. Comcio and examine the goods and bo con vinced. They .ire'cntircly np.w.abd uniqilS tn design. - H. Scdmeidino. " 6 18cf Watchmaker and Jeweler. LOSt.. : A Sliver Wtcli a3d imitation fob chain vlth locket attached. The finder will be liberally rewarded by: returning the tame to this office. "' 1T-1,V ' JTctica tthe Rublitf. I have purchased the wholesale liquor business of G..M. Dallas & Bro and requen that all persons indebted to the lata fins, will come forward nd settle. -- 13.1 :f I.. 2.VECT.r. m r Tho choice-1 f.ctu ,ocer!5 ct Herrera vt MfOir.reV. . " SSSif The ctieapis: anil besi ;ore.ti trade In town, is t flenera A fcCitire-,: ' 53.2 Look' Our. And don't yonr' foTjrrt It, that Wolcott Me-tiek have the finest toilet soar;a for sale that has ever l:en offered to the people of this city. " '6-22lf Wanted By a lady, a situation ar cook or horp keeper. Apply at the Amei'rn '