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The following is Hie latest prico' of silver in New York and London : New York, Nov. 10. London 47 d New York 102J cts. Gaily the candidate Who has got there Smiles as he walks about, Head up in the air. Badly the other chap Goes lo the hole, Pulls it in after him. Mournful his soul. Ex. Uncle Billy Piaster arrived in camp to-day from his S .mora a tie ranch. Oysters in every style at the Elite ( hp house. j. w County taxes are coming in faster and faiter each day. All y goods are paid for atd as I want money and want it bad I will make $50 suits fer $35. Harris- the tailor. 813lf- The thermometer registered 72 de grees to day. Nice Eastern apples and mince Meat at F. N. Wolcott's. Jimmy Letsou and Pasqualle Nigro took their departure this morning for Biibee. Broth's Baltimore Oysters con stantly on hand at the Elite Chop Home. $1 per can. lw There will be services in the Meth odist church to-morrow at 11 a. m., and 7 p. m. Sunday school at 12:15 p. ai. .Waitted. From 40 te 60 head of ilch ct.w. for hire. Enquire at this face. In the Episcopal churrh to-morrow there will ba religivs services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Don.t forget th Elite when you vmt fine plat of oysters, a good square meal, or in fact everything tbe market affords, cooked in the finest style. If The many friends of Mrs. John Slaughter, who has been seriously ill were pleased to notice her enjoying a bi ggy ride this morning, the lint time in many weeks. Units well and thoroughly cleaned for 1JW fey Harris ! lailer.Bethia' Uek 12tf. i Quite a number of Tombstoners . have lately got the Phenix fever, and I if tiaies do net pick up in camp between- now and the first of the year a large exodus may be looked for from this camp to the ' Gem of the Salt." L;ve orders far wood at F'. N. Wol ewlt's. G. S. Bradthaw will be united to morrow eieiing to Mrs. Frankie 8tump in tho holy bonds of matri mony. The Tombstone with Brad's many friends congratulate him cn tho btep he is about lo take. Koroe feiag recent Dress-good bargain counter. "Palace." 27tf At 12 nt. to-day the jury in the Doulai case was charged by tho court and retired. At the honr of go ing to press the jury is still out. The supposition is that ahe jury disagrees en the question of punishment. Rolled Oats, Eastern1 Oat Meal and New York State cider and dried beef at P. N. Wolcott's. To Fred Parker, of the Elite Chop house the publisher of The Tomb stone is indebted for a can of Booths delicious B..llimc.rj oysters. Many thank, Fred old son, may your shad ow and your rottisserie never grow less. The choicest groceries ia the city can to procured.at F. N. Wallcott tf The argument in the Douglass case was concluded at noon to-day. Judge Stilwell, counsel for the defendant made an able plea for his client, while Dislrict Attorney Ben Goadrich presenU-d his side of the case in his usual masterly manner. At the pres ent writing the jury is still out. The HillaJay Windmill for sale as F. N. Wolcott's. C. S. Fly will shortly take his de parture from Tombstone with a series of views, emblematic of the capture of Geronimo by General Miles. The view are taken from life by Mr. Fly and are as life like and realistic as na ture could make them. For fresh cranberries go te F. H Wolcott's. John Doe was run in last uight by jhe officers on tho charge of being drunk and disorderly. He deposited $15 as a bond for his appearance in the ptlice court dock this morning. Tho dsfendant failing to appear Judge Ciowiey ordered tho bond for-c:tod. THE XOr7V,ASS CASE. JLiExlMirum'M major EtplniuN Why Hi; Fired (He Shot. Readers of The Tombstone will rec ollect the killing of Clements Lin strum by Wilson Douglass in this camp some weeks since. The homi cide has generally beon considered a cold blooded murder, and it has been wiih a great deal of curiosity that the public has awaited Douglass' trial to learn what reason he could posibly assign for the commission of the. deed. Yesterday the defendant was placed on the stand and made the following statement: My name is Wilson Douglass; have been a resident o( Tombstone about five years; 1 first met Linstrum in July last; nerer had any difficulty with' him prior to the killing: had made an arrangement with him the day before the killing that I should accompany him to the mine on the following day. On the morning ot the killing was with Linstrum from six o'clock in the morning until the shooting, helping him to load the wagon ; Linstrum and I visited sev eral saloons and took several drinks that morning; took a drink in Liu- strum's house a couple of hours be fore he started with the wagon : I am easily influenced by liquor; Linstrum had engaged me to go to the mine and work for niin, and I knew noth ing lo the contrary until about five minutes before the shooting; When the wagon started to leave .the house Linstrum and his wife were both on it; when Mrs, Linstrum saw that I was to be left behind she told her hus band that it was a "mean trick;" I then told deceased that 1 wanted my shotgun from the wagon ; I had my rifle in my hand; deceased said that I could not have the shot gun unless I gave him the rifle, and at the same time grasped the barrel; I sprang back, ha still holding the barrel, and. in the melee the lifle was accidental ly discharged with the result known; I have a wife and child ; prior to the shooting Linstrum positively inform ed me that he would not take me with him as he agreed ; 1 naturally felt very hard toward hina. A JSjxterioux Cum. Chief of Police Oaks received from San Francisco 1 ist evening, a letter from Mrs. C. C. Laing atking for in formation concerning her huehand Gustave Laing. From her letter it appears that her husband left this vi cinity about two years ago fer the Sententrion mine in Chihuahua, Mex ico, where he was under engagement as mi engineer. Failing to hear from her husband for seme time, Mrs. Laing wrote to he manager of the company and learned that her husband had been murdered in the mountains of that vicinity. It appears however, from Mas. Laing's letter to the Chief, that the information furnished her con cerning her husband's death was so vague and indefinite as te lead her to hope that he was yet in the laud of the living, hence her letter asking for information. The letter farther states that the Sententrion mining com pany had advihed her that a letter nnd a draft for $120 had been for warded to Captain Heil Halo of Tuc son, whihh was to be cashed, and the amount forwarded to her. Neither the letter nor the money ever reached. Mrs. Laing, and she particularly in quires, "Who can Capt. Heil Hale be" If anyone knows of the whereabouts of Laing, or auy of the particulars of his death, he will confer a favor by communicating tho same to Mrc, Carmen C. do Laing, No. 812 Taylor street, San Francisco, or to George Oaks, Chiuf of Police, Tombstone. Arizona. Exlay Notice. Came to my place in the rear of the butcher shop, a flea bitten gray herse, branded W on left shoulder. Owner can have the same by paying charges and for this advertisement. tl Chas. Tkibolet. Attention Fireman. There will be an important meet ing of the Tombstone Firs Depart ment next Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at the Engine house by order of Chas. Tkibolet, Chief. Mrs. Judge Robinson and daugh ter returned last evening from a pro-1 tracted visit lo California, From I.oi AbRcIck. The following letter, bearing dale, Los Angeles, Nov. 21st was received from Mr. A. 'Abhmun, the express man, who started overland for Los Angeles during the latter part of Oc tober, which will be of interest jto his many friends intbis city. Fkiekd Bagg : I am happy to say we arrived here last Monday, all well, twenty-six days from Tombstone and twanty-four aud one-half days travel. Grist turned off at Colton for San Diego. After resting my horses for a few days I stated out to work on Friday Of course I did not expect to do much being a stianger, but the two days I have worked I have made ex penses. I went to Passadcna and saw Mr. and Mrs. Finney, Lon Giveus and Mr. Winnans, aud many others, all doing well. Both towns are rushing, and are bewildering lo a person com ing from Tombstone here, after an absence of eight years; I am lost, the few people I knew here then, are wealthy now. JNuw in regaru to our trip. A.itcr j leaving Yuma, we crossed the river on cars, and should have remained on them until we reached Ogilsby, as this was the worst part of the road, badly washed by the late rains for about 15 miles; then a few miles of good travel then about 40 miles of sand, across a portion of which we made only 12 miles per day; then a good road and a deep wash every few hundred feet where the horses stood on end one side, and the wagon ditto on the oth er. On emerging from the desert we encountered salt and boggy land and my team got mired ; then after leav ing Indio, heavy sand until near Ban usng's and then God's own country; trees, -grass, flowers, houses and the tinest kind of a picnic. It was pretty rough, but we never wanted for feed orwateras the former -we carried with us, and the latter was very plen tiful all along the railroad. I find lots of old Tombstoners here, all in good spirits, aud if they are not doing well, they expect to. I met Mrs. Borland to-day. She is located liere. Ed. Dean is in the Pi co House; Johnny Shields is working for Miles. E. G. Ashniun has got a job and has gone somewhere to tend liar. Carpenters are all buiy here. Good carpenters get $3 50 per day, and poor ones what they are worth ; there is no end of building going on I have heard that the Anti-Chinese ticket was elected. If that is so, what a "et back it must be for some of tho "B. C'?" I hope that Crow ley got there. Ask Jim Nash to send me The Tombstone. I intended lo have subscribed before I left, but for got it. Kind regards to all enquir ing friends. 1 hope to give a good a s cotint of myself next time as I have something in view. A. Ashmux. police The undersigned, belli practical miners are open to de astesment work en one or any number of mints at reasonable r.tes. Johm Gray fc Co., Martin's Saloon. H. C. Hooker of the Sierra Benita ranch, Graham county, is in town. Messrs. J. W. Buckniastcr, and Hale McCormick, of Ouray, Colorado are registered at the Occidental. The framework for the Episcopal church bell arrived last evening and the bell will arrive, this evening. The weight of the new songster is 600 pounds, aud it comes from the cele brated Meueely foundry of Troy, New York. Mr. A. E Jacobs of Tucson, arrived last evening for the purpose of as biiming the duties of Cashier of the Cochise County Bank, the position made vacant by the contemplated re moval of Mr. A. Springer to Denver. The flag flying over Masonic Hall to-day, indicates a meeting ef the Blue Lodge this evening. Among the departures to-day, was Mr. Pat Brcslin, late foreman of the T, M. & M. Co.,-and-his family, who go to Kansas, where it is understood that Mr. Breslin has purchased an extensive ranch. Mr. James Breslin accompanied hij brother. The Tombstone wishes the party bucccss in their new home. To Let House of three rooms, with line garden fruit trees and grape vines bearing, will be let reasenable to a permanent tenant. Address' 11 E., this office. tf Diamond-toed Shaker socks, IS nuts per pair, at Bagg's, 13 tf TELEGRAPHIC SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. The LateKx-Preslden Arthur's Will Not Opened In Presence Of The Family, But Is Filed At Once With The Surrogate. A' Yount; And Lovely Belgium Wo man Arrested In New York For Stealing; Laces and Other ' Goods. Death Of M. M. Hoxie, General Man ager Of The Gould Sou thwJ it em System. Dr. David H. Weir Of Oscoda Ontario Arrested For The Murder Of a Young Woman. The Trade in Steel Ralls Booming. Prices Are Firm At 935 And Or ders Are Booked Fer Delivery -En 1887, Arthur' Will. SpecUl toTUE Dill.T TOJJBSTONB.l New Iork, November 27. Ei President Arthur's will was not, read yesterday as had been expected. Sher man W. Knevals of the law farm of Ki.evals fc Eanson with which tbe vx President was connected, said tho will would not be formally read in the presence,, of the family but would be opened and filed with the Surrogate probate to-day. The document .was executed last Msrch and is believed to direct the disposal of about $256,000 and person al property. - It is said the beqnea's, except in occ or two instances in which charitable institutions are benefited are of a pri . vate nature. Nearly all prominent persons who cam)) here to attend tho fnneral ' have departed from the "city. The family remained in secluaion to-day 'and receiving only a very iew intimate friends. ABelsIitn Boantr As n HuKfZ- Special To The Tombstone. New York, Nov. 27. Lace goods of much value have been smuggled in to New York through various channels some time. Mis Josephine Scha'uv iens a young and lovely Belgian living in this city wai arre3ted to-day. The young lady siys she has. ..relatives in Belgium whom iHe frequently visits They send lace by hor to Bell in this country. n The last time she returned by the steamship Switzerland landing in Philadelphia. It is alledged that she bought it in this city and peddled it in the city. In hor appartments was found lace which valued at nearly ?3, 800. The young women mcde no secret of the way it came into possession She secerned to bs unaware that she had committed a ci imo in smuggling lace into the citv. Icath of A Railroad illaangAr. Special To The Tombstone. New York Nov; 27. H. M Hoxie general Manager of the Gould South western system died here this morn ins. . ' Mr. II xiodied:at2 30 o'clock this morning at his rooms in the Metropolit ! an Opera .use. The cause of his death was exhaus tion consequent on an dppration per formed on him at Saratoga in June last by removing stones from his blad der. He has also suffered from kidney disease for the last thirty-five years. He Las been very weik for the last, saven days but his doctors had great, hops for his recovery. There will w no funeral services in this city. The body will be embalmed and tak en to Des Moines Iowa to-morrow and thg funeral services will be- held en Saturday. 'SC.be lixprcM War Terralnaled. Special to Tub Daily Tohbstonb. New York Nov. 27. -A complete settlement of the express war has been mada and yesterday the companies re stored rates to the tariff in force May 1, 1885: To Chicago $2.50, Cincinnati $2 and Cleveland 1.75 per 100 pounds. The agreement was reached at a meeting of tha representatives of tho com panies at the tffice of Adams A. Co Monday afternoon and yesterday the general agents met to carry the reso-. lution into practical form. The agree ment was signed by all of tha com panics. A Doctor. Arrested For Mnrdcr. Special to TBE Diilt Tombstone. Detroit, Nov. 27. David H. Wier, of Oscoda Was arrested at Londen, Ont. to-day, for the murder ef a woman in that place, and will be held for extra ditten. Dr. Weir kept a drugstore and private hospital. Miss MableClark aged 20, was a patient in the hospital' for seme time, but on November 4th she managed to inform friends that she had been subjected to the greatest indignity. Intense excitement was caused by the story, Wier left town. Two or three days later the girl died aud Wier was held responsible for her death." A reward of $2003 has been of fered far his arrest BrlNkl'mde la Steel Balls. Bpc'cial to The Dailt TommtonsJ. Pittsburg Nov, 27 I would ,not say thenvwas a bosm in steel rails' said a leading iron dealer yesterday as indicattd by telegrams from the East; but trade in etc el rails is very good, It is semewhat in advanoe ef tbe iron trade. In gonoral Ptiees are Aery firm at $35 and orders have be-n taken hrro' for dilivary in 1887. There are some new railroads building in the "West, and ethers contemplated; but the main canse of the present ac tivity isvdue to th fact that steel rails hare almost found iron rails out of the market. When steel rails sold from 560 to $70 per ton there wa a big trade in iron rails. St.- Paul, Nov. 27. T.ie railroads running through the' northern part of the State and in Dakota are having some trouble to-day. In the northern part of the state along the Manitoba linethcro is nat mnch snow. The Northern Pacific is experiencing some trouble with tha snow which is drift ing badly and delaying trains. Throughout the Ped River Talley the mercury is down in the nrighbor hood of zero: It has been snowing nearly all day aiong the line of St. Paul and Pacific bnt the fall has not been heavy enough' to "interfere with travel. - The mercury ranges from '10 I to 80 degrees ab.ove Dissolution f PartHefiklp. -' " Te whooi It tnnjr concern: The llrm eT '" Barruvr & Basrir hut thla ear dissolved h iiiutual consent, 3. MtBrirfo'w retiring frsn ,i V'fe iL:iVc? ftfd firm. All Mils sgainit said flriiVrin ke - SX-H 'i paid tiy 8. C. Bags. . BAGO, '. .. S.U. BaRKOW. Geo. E. Kobler will pay ytu mora : for Second Hand Goods of all kinds,- ' ' A than any mau in Arizona. KetnemW the place, oppesite "the Bird Cage' " - rtl.,.-. . H IK. I --'v.'.j:- lUWA.Vl. a m The Cottage Ledging House situa- ' ted en Fifth street between Preaont. and' Kafford, next door to Jeteph ' Hoefflcrs, conducted by Mrs. Mary ' DeHaaa, has just been thorough ly cleaned and elegantly relurn iehed, in every room. Het and -ceU baths connected with the hause. Booms-en suite or single. Commer cial travelers would do well to stop at this heuse. Mes. Mart DeHaak. . .' 10-13-3os. Proprietress. Cheap second hand furniture and stoves from $2 up. Thousands of things almost given away, at George-; E. Kohler's Second Hand Storo, op posite Bird Cage Theater, lJ-latf . ' - 1 ? Tbe Maison Deree' will receive this " f ; evening the first shell oysters ef the " season, and keep them, censtantly eta hana. Call and' try a plate - ii '''f if then. 9-30it . -w - .- Attention, Kancliinen!. The andartijrned hag for tale; la lett-'to- -5.: suit, .a their mill at tke ul jora' Uanjon, --, ; SHAKES, SHINGLES, ";-; - and MINING TIMBER. Juniper Timber, SQ Feet la Least,-' And'eiUer kinili at ijmber, which will be- aold at prites tliutdefj coupetil.en., Tr- -loi ot eur lumber ia guaranteed. . Aidresa, MOLMJlH THOMPSON. The Skating Kink will ejren to morrow (Saturday afternoen), and continue open every afternoen and evening until the close of the season If you want the finest kind of eorj- V jj,"-,' dials, syrnps, whiskies, champagnes, r etc., ge" te L. B. Van Burt's, 505- ' -!r:'s Allen street. The trade ni" tX.''J; pUeeL . : " - if; A. Knights of Pythias seal with . " '' xC Charlie Tribolet.'s name engraved up- ti- ' on it. Piader will receive a suiuble - 'y'l -S' if reward by leaving- the same aV taw Occidental lieteL . ; 923.09 Steward. I will pay the above reward fer ia-"' formation that will lead to the arrest ef thefiesd er fends who' poiieVes!, -Wdog. I. Sxxxus. ' - Fifth street News Depot Charlie and Gat Tribolet have re turned the butennring butinets and are 'located on Allen street 'a -feV doors above fifth. They are engaged both in the wholesale and retail, busi ness. Only the choicest wf Americata meats kept on hand. The cheapest u . , p . - -u.v -it-place in this city te buy seeat for $ , . cash. All kinds of sausages, head ' -i cfietao.'etc. kept constantly on han(J;52ei-". Call aud be eeuviaced " 12 10. U. . -". Free Trade. The reduction ef internal rerenaff ' and the taking off of revenue stamps from Proprietary' Medicines, no douVV has largely benefitted the consumers, as well as relieving tbe burden .of heme mauufaeturers. Especially is the case with Green's August i'lower and Boschee'a German Syrup as the reduciion ef thirty-six cents per dee eu, has been added -te. increase the sizo of the bellies, containing these . . remedies, thereby giving ne-fifrh V-' more medicine in .the 75-cent size. -The. August Flower for Dyspepsia and Liver complaint, and the--German-Sy' &,' ' rup for Cough' and Lung troubles,- '."'' have, perhaps, the largest sale of any '''"2 ' medicines in tbe world. The advan- ' tage ef increased size of the' bottles will be greatly appreciated bjr . the . . ' ' sick and afflicted, in every town and village in civilized countries. Sample" bottles fer ten eents. remain the. same tie. nevA-Iy. . . Camtioa. police. Alt persons are berebjr aotifled tkat a-. -wife, Louia Deltas, haTj'ne letl ntf bed s koard without tauta. or pruvecttlon, mere , fore I will not b" reaponaible f or, aWpi; " V aaj debts of tier coairac'ticjj froia txA'MUf-t ' thiidaie. dUUNl)JCriUji Jlia Dec, Sent. 16. niAtictt to tho Pablle. ; r I have this day at ployed Jheaor'v- ices f Mr. V. W. liahlwin, of Jlensoa,. ..":"!t: to represent me and ajr iaUfesti'iav' -r?'V51' my store in Benson. Uie .terms of .'- .jt.-. y which are more apeciacally art iojij- tr-tt in a power of lloruey," execlitea.fiy' .''lj'?' me, aud on record. Book ,S, Poiretf ' '' "iC?"'' Attorney, pags 1G-U - . t TT TTtYt'-t: ' ' ' I Datetf, Tembstoac, OcCipt.''' 'r ''''' t a--. -.3 - t - - atvi! - Jr." ?t .-sT'4 viz -v 4 it -..'-ia---. . ; t'-A -' - '- t- - H-.-. vi - f . , IS. '' I. t r I; A