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Frohi Friday's Dailv.
The Tombstono school has now 140
scholars, an increao over lat jear.
School supplies of every description
below New York price at YapleV
The Tombstone bas.-tu.ll club is
anxious to hear more atamt the pen
nant aud the Willeox team.
A Mexican w.t brought over from
BUbee last night under sentence ol
IS days for shooting up the can.p.
It is said t'jt Prcsidetit Hartion
will give M. M. Estee a place iu hi
The Gazette nys Tm Dunbar will
fatten 1000 steers on alfalfa this win
ter near Phenir.
An or.Icr ol sale ha lceti issueal
out of Ju.tico Alvoid's court for wirai
hones belonging to defendant in .he
case of Swain va Satilln.
F. V. Braley lias commenced in
Justice Alvord's court a suit in claim
and delivery agsinsl II. Tropman for
tne recovery of a cow.
Lost On Wealuesilay nuht, a cl
with a long rope uttiu-hed mihe neck.
Mexican brand and vent. For further
information apply to A timer.
rt ae sale at Huachucn yesterdav
was largely attended and everything
sold brought good prices, higher plica's
in many instances than was the orig
inal cost to the government.
Dr. Gundfe lot- made the trip yes-
tenlay from TiinilM.tiine to Tucso in
1 hour and fifty-five minims, ''"his
a prubiihly the ipiickesl time on ret
Mr. Jennie Dumont, wifaj of W. G
Dumnnt, both of whom ero well
known iu this city, !ia-d in Kansas n
Sept. 10. Mr. Dumnnt, who i lis
carpenter of the A. t X. M. ro.id, leu
in answer to a telegram lePing him of
her serious illnes., but ilid nolairive
in time to fee her alive. Denidc liet
husban 1 she leaves two small children
to mouru Iter hi.
Melbouuxe, the rain wizzard, is
contracting in Nebraska tn make it
rain over an area of 50 square miles
for $500. 'J Iim fall i- to mjii.i1 inch.
The 1 Pa-o Times is authority for
the statement that Supl. Noble of the
Picific system of the Southern Pacific
ling gone over his division from the
city of Yuma, Arizona and notified his
telegraphers personally to either
withdraw from the O. It. T. and B. of T.
Ol leave the company.
The Temje News protest against
the low price of printing as fixed bv
the last legislature. It is true that
Arizona papers get a smaller price for
advertising than those of any other
territory in the west. The territorial
printing law allows a daily paper no
greater price for advertising than a
weekly, which is certainly an injustice.
Th next legislature will be call! up
on to remedy some of Ihet-e evila.
A diplomatic controversy tins arisen
between the United States and Great
Britaij about the. proper construction
of theCbineseexclusionactasil affect
Chinamen residing in Canada and
who enter the United State. The
question involved huve la-en brought
otficia ly to th attention "I the Uni
ted State government by Sir Julian
Fanceforte. who has requested the
president to pardon Cliong Sam a
Chinaman now in jail at Port Huron,
Mich, on the charge of being unlaw
fully in the United States.
The memlieni f the convention
who fall in wili Judge Darnee' argu
ment agsinst uniformily of text hook
yesterday were few and far between,
indeed; the m.'t of them looked at
the Jcdg in a port of astonishment
that he should, by fundamental law,
attentat to fix iin.ii the ja-oi.V of tlie
slat the most extravagant and bur
ednrome u lnl laaik system known,
to ssy nothing of the extra chance for
jobbery in every county, town and
hamlet which such a system would
entail. And yet the Judge said he
proposed to take a step forward. The
question natnrally arise ns to where
be stands, if that is a step forward.
Beaux The object of Henry M.
Stanley's T'sit to the king of the Bel
gians Is to resign his position as gov
emor of the Congo State- The post
has been declined by a German officer
f colonial experience la Africa.
NEWS JY- WIRE.
Washington A dispatch received
teday at the stale department from
ths Unitid bUte consul lit Matsmot
as, Mexico, sayc that Garcia and his
party of revolutionists are bting close
ly pursu-d by Mexican troops aud a
final engagement is expacted today.
It is belicv.d that Garcia will try to
crors the Bio Grande into the United
Stales) at Salieiuo or Beinosa, or per
haps at Loguallo.
The. contents of tlirt dispatch has
been forwarded through the war de
partment to the commandants at Fori
Brown aud Fort Kinggold in order
that they may intercept the party.
Sax Fbanxisco The Wood-Davis
mill is all the talk in sporting circles.
It is claimed that Woods struck Davis
nearly five seconds after the gong
struck in the critical ninth round, but
the foul if such it was, w.u cond olod
by Davis. seconds allotting the fight to
o on. The corfu-ion wa such at
he time tha. few sjiectalors heard the
-ound of the gong. Opinions ditler
as to whether or not Davi wasacttmll
fiver the rope when Woods struck
him iu the last round but the decis
ion of the referre was against this.
Davis was p'ltiislied badly. Woods wa
Wafiii.votov Proluil.'y the :not
Xerti ce of note raiting ever at
tempted has 1-een ret-eived at the
trea-urv department frVmi Denver.
Colorado. It i in the form of n dol
lar certificate vviih the .Martha Wash
ington bead, raicei! to n ten dolUr
national bank note. When the great
difference in the deigns i taen into
coniideralion the Murk of the noli
rairer is certainly remarkable and can
not be detected witliont a cloo scrut
ity. THE TELF.GlarllEttS.
ClIiCACC The Orifer of Baiiwav
Te'egrapl.crs and Btollieiliool of Til
rgruphers iu Chii-Mg,: were amalgama
ted last night. 'J Ids action was taken
in nt-corlance with the decision of the
national convention of the first named
body at St. Louis last Monday.
Glthbie O T The news from
Chandler is reassuring. The Guthrie
Daily News says a courier from that
place reports that the soldiers still
t.old the town site and that the settlers
have made no attempt to occupy it by
force. A town site company has
platted a town on the quar'er section
Immediately adjoining the govern
ment'! towncite and most of the peo
ple who rushed to Chandler to claim
lots have taken claims on Chander's
Tbeves The exhibition of the Holy
& at will em I on October -lilt. The
iiiimler of pilgrim!) who have viewed
thu coat alreaily excevd Ihe'otal mini
ber of those who viewnl it iu the ex
hibition of 1812, and the total number
in this exhibition will probably reach
St. PfcTKCsncBO An analysis of the
bread sold in many places by unscrup
ulous merchants reveal- the tact that
absolutely ioUonou mixtures are
njld. Several men hunts have been
arretted at Sorrhaurh and will be
riimmarily tried. Many stiev-imeus of
such briwi consists of 70 er cent id
arth and sand and 30 percent of
refuse farinaceous product.
THE UEXICAX BOUNDARY LIKE.
SWaehisotoS The president today
appointed Lieutenant Colonel John
W. Batlow. Captain Thomas W. Sym
or.ds and Piofersor O. T. Mohan as
members of the Mexican boundary
commission, which is authorized by
cojgress to ieIrx-ale the existing
frontier between the United Slatca
and Mexico, west of the Kio Grande.
Paeie The Di Xeuvine Sh-cel
publishes a dispatch from acorret
poodeat ia Badcs, giria; tha sub-
stanco of a speech which it is claimed
was made by the grand duke o
Baden at tho close of recent maneuv
ers of the southwest army According
to this dispatch the grand duke said:
"Mnc.o tti U't in 1'iouvers ol our
army the situation iu Europe has been
modified. The sacrafices wlilih Gcr
many has undergone in order to guar,
antee eacc will i.-l bo hindered by
the culpable proceedings of our neigh
bors who are onlv awaitii g a propit
ious occasion to again optn an era of
bloody conspiracy. We mua' regard
the future with energy and tesoution.
The time is near when Germany must
again umdiealh her sword in defecje
of her independence against an enemy
wtio has not learned prudence by
bloody deftat." The same paper aaya
that the speech has created a great
sensation in Baden, and that while
the German press has not published
it, its authenticity cannot be denied.
RDMO&S Of WAR.
Opkfsa There is a steady move
ment of Russian troops for the west.
Temporary barracks and accomoda
tions have been piovided between here
ami Warsaw. The military officials
are reticent. The admiralty has oi
dered that nil the targe BusMan Steam
Navigation and Trading Companj's
as well as the volunteer fleet, bi
equipped with powerful davits, like
Saratoga The Rev. Dr. S. D. Bur
haul, who was a conspicuous figure
in the presidential campaign of 1SS1
i critically ill in this city.
Wai KNOT'S Tho president has
rtceived mniiv letters from Kentucuv
dimorrats recr mmending Mr. Charlir
W. Buck who was United States mini-lee
to Peru under the Cleveland ad
miuiatralion for the portion of Inter
state nmnierce commi.-sion insteait
of Walter L. Iiracg ileceasetl.
Prof. Loirt.'Uo's Memory System ii
creating gre-iter interest than ever ii.
all inris of the country, aud tlerx',
wixhiug to improve their men fry
xlioiiM senI lor his prospectus in t a.
advertised iu anot hrr column.
BILL OF RIGHTS.
As Adopted bv the Con
vention of Sfafe Makers
The first idea c f what has been done
toward framing the constitution ir
conveyed by the bill of rights as adopt
ed on Tuesday last. The Gazette
prints the most important parts which
will prove of great interest to the gen.
The bill divides tho powers of the
government of the state into three dis
tinct departments, the legislative, ex
ecutive a nd judicial.
The power of the federal government
over the slate is recognized as su
preme. The militaiy is declared to be in
-ulMirdiiistinn tn civil power.
The light to lear arms in defense of
elf or government is allowed.
The right of person and property
trials, su'ts, punishments and the
procei-s of obtaining witness ae justly
provided for. Where the value in
controversy exceeds $20 the right of
tiijl by jury is preserved. Unless for
capital ofiVnea all pri'nners are bail
able. No bill of attainder or ex rosT
facto law shnll bo made. Inprison
mrnt for debt, except in cases of fraud
i denied. A three foil rt hi verdict
in crini.-a les than felonies is allowed.
Peretuiiie-. anil monopolies are de-
hired to le againut the genius of frei
government and are prohibited.
The free exeri-ie of rtligious wor
ship is vouchsafed, and no person i
excluded from holding office or ictiiig
as juror because of his religious be
lief. Bigamy and practices of polygamy
arerlaed as felonies and subject to
punishment as other felonies.
Elections are declared to be open,
free and equal, and civil or military
interfen nets i denied, and property
qualifications are repndiatcd.
Lotteries are prohibited, railroads
are declared to be public "iglway.
and a few other unimportant sections'
,. . ,1,- ,, Tr it,, riiti r
liriil.lvlv mo ' m iwvii- . ,
Rights, the adoption of which con
aaiued the eatixa day.
HAND TO HAND.
Handy was -the Aggressor in
the Struggle Which
Ended His Life.
Fearful Struggle fr the
Possession or a
Tccson Dr. J. C. Hnndy a shot
and fatally wounded by Fraik J He
ney. a prominent lawyer, here at noon
yesterday. According to testimony n
the examination yesterday afternoon
Ileney and his clerk met Handy who
pushed by, glaring at Ileney; they had
just fairly passed eacb other when
Handy whirled auJ said "You son it'
a b, who are you looking at," ai
the same time grabbing Ileney from
behind and whirling him around, then
he tieized Ileney by t'le throat and
presring him against the wall choking
him with all 1114 might. He ihea lei
go and struck Heney saving 'take thai
vou s of a b ." Heney then
broke loose and started tn run, Haudv
rur-hed after him and was right on
him when Heney drew a revolver. The
instant the pistol was drawn Haudv
reized it and iu the struggle for iu
i-orsesMOii it was Jitcharged the ball
entering the abdomen and passing
through the intestines. When atten
tion had lceii directed by the hoi
and the struggle of the two nun for
the tttsrestiuu of the revolver held in
Heneys hand, both were struggling
wiih all their incr one to retain ami
the other to Kcure postifaion of it.
Handy fell under, holding Heney clote
to him with the revolver tight under
Handv's body and iu lIene'o haml.
Hnndy helil Heneys wii with all hU
ilreuglh aud when approached each
refused to looren his hold, "Dju
Shoot" "Don't Shoot," was heurd on
all ai les and Heney cried several
times: "If ho will let go I won't
shoot." Handy did not let go how
ever and by another minute a throng
hod gathered, among them deputv
rlierilf John Wiegle. He, with assis
tance removed the revolver. Both
assailants struggling to keep it thai
the other might not get its possesrion.
When they became separated it wac
seen for the fir ft time that Dr. Haiu'y
was shot. A Kinder burned hole in
his shirt was shown and he said "Take
me home at once. I have been sho.
Frank Heney did it " He was at
once led to his oilce, a block away,
supported on his either arm.
Heney at once gave himself up to
Under-sheritTSullivan and engaged
counsel. At 3 o'clock he was taken
before Judge Culver for examination
and his bond set at$G,000. The bond
was at once furnished, lhe affair has
attracted intense excitement iu the
city as both parlies are highly con
nected. Sympathy is divided but
rather in favor of Ileney. An old feud
is at the bottom. Heney was counsel
for Mrs. H indy in a suit for divorce.
Twice before rhootings have ahiimt
occurred between tne two. Once they
met while driving in a na'row road
and ech refused to leave the mad. Af
erwardj II indy turned out. Later they
jvere prevented by bv slanders from
another affray. Hjclrli.ns sitM enough
to warrant the present difficulty.
Trouble was long expected anJ sur
prised no one.
Dr. (JoodWlow arrived at 8:30 and
after consultation decided to pejform
an operation "Beginning at IOiSO, as
they were completing it all o'clock .
m. the patient dird.
Peoria, 111. C- V. Domtaga r
Buffalo, New York, established a rec-
UIU IUi Itlt UU ni?HJ KSIiB !
aB.1 fsw t l Inittnlw r.nlaa sr
lowered the- ten mile record from 28.37
to 28.46 3-5, and twenty miles from
58.20 to 536 2-15. J
From Wednetday't Diitty.
The equlnoxiil storms are upon us
and are w.lcome.
Mrs. J. B. B irnett was a passenger
on the incoming coach ldiy.
There in ynnpecl ol good rains
this fall, so say the t ldet inhabitants.
A. Joergcr came in today from l.ia
mountain brewery with u load of his
famous beer and porter.
Mrs. M. A. Howell Ins returned tn
Tombtoiii after an absence of several
weeks iu Bisbce.
Foiep.iugh's circus has not yet been
-illcd for Arizona and the ehauces ar
hut it will give us the go l.y.
One of the ijtere-oinc hiilures o
lie Al'mci-ieripie fir wji the game o
sliinnj" jd.ived by forty Mohave In
.1 p- rsnnal ill the San Fra.n-li
'lininicle says: Di. Wainclros. a
I'omineul landowner of Arizona is '
die Baldwin "
The con-tittni'Mi makers are getting
long swimi iglv, but til- Phenix
pafiersare not iiite)ligible,referriiigonly
10 lections bv numbers.
A drimaib cmiiMnv which i an
organization of all thetaent in Tomb
tone unit the adjoining hills, ui'l ive
n eiiiertaiumeiit in the near future itt
Tr.EKE i u groaiiig desire on the
pari of voting America to uiarter the
aid-li language. In the eastern
citie- it is rapidly 1-ccoi. ing aiiular
jb an ai'couiilirhmciif. Tlie Chicago
llerubl puts it this way :
A language i hi l is r-oken not alone
in Spain, hut in M.exico, Central Am
erni, I'liha, l'oria Kic-, uearlv the
Alnde of ritnith AmeiiiM. on the Cm
.try Ii-l.iinti., on i lie 11: illi j n-e-, in-
oraciog a termorv llirre lim-s a
laign as Hull ol thu Uui cd Slilev and
aiiiihoioii fub us large Ha ourp,
iimstof l's-lf claim our alien lou.Uor
rade with Spanish Ameiii-a aliine
n-oiitil immetelirahlv grow jl uu boll
-si iitiempl weie miiile on tbi .i le of
ihe line to remove the gr at obtale.
f mutual iguuraiice of tlie two lan
An old .li -lci.ii. teiired Irnm prBO
IO-. ImVIIK IiS I placed III III- lialull
"v au lvi-t Iiitln uiorioiarv lhe f-.riii'
ma ol ln pie vtgelable rui,,iy f,,r
he eljr anil penuaneul cure of v.011
aiimp'loi., Itroui-hina. (Uiarrh. Arlh
ma and all Tlini.ii and Lui'i.MT-cl o -.
antl M p-l III O Hint lallleal cure for
ervuUehiii.j and a I NVivoiia t!ni
-ilainl af er liaviog elel 1 voinUt.
IUi curative a,ein In lll-'lHild- f
-ea. 1 a- fell ii lii u y iu muk" ii
known ti bia nfleriim 'eli.w. Act 11
iel by hia 111 "ine n I n !-aire 1.. re
lieve huian rlifX ro-f. I "ill -nd free
I Clll'ge In all ho lleire It. It. Is re
-eipe. in German Kn-iie'i - C ell b.
nli full lireeiioii- r pri-aiu c ai.d
11-lln;. S-nl liy 11 nil liy aildrai g
WUh ' p till lull (T till- rt fT. W. A
Novs. &2U Power'- 10. -ek. l.-beter
S Y 1. 1H. 1 y'r w
I'll I ii I lioliu.
A dipalch recti veil iu Tomb-lone
'roni Tucson, just I efore going tn pre.a
tales that Dr. Handy wi rhot in the
ioaels by Heney, aUxit 3 p. in.
tialay. Ilaii'ly will die. No furtlur
Il I' i:i. A IE It IV . I.
M Xel-on. Xognles; II L Keenan,
Fairbaiik; Win Shilliam Benson, G V
Kepl.ir, Al Pa-o.
James Packet. New MexicojP John
Cyrus Piles, Denvrr.
Jas Pallet, Chicago.
Waller Kiik, City.
F W M.a.re, Oakland.
T V H.il.iiield.Xew York.
Freil Brown. I'aucli.
Mark Allen. WiPcoX.
W J Barllctl, lbrlin; F A Colburn,
Denver; M .1 Mortis, Kin-m City; M
Sehlviider, F W Hniwii Tucson; II
Iterkowitz, Frank Dulatcher. Disla-e;
I! n.irnticli.L Angeles ;M A Mendlt
poIiii, Sill FraiiciKii.
W A Frazer, San Pablo.
K II lliruh,San Frantisco.
C Vickcrs " "
WilUnl Kichards, Sonoro.
. F E Smith, ranch : D A Allen, Hua
tihtica. Thoa Hagan, Ranch.
Walter Uiirner "
M)rs Laniiio Charles, San Francisco.
II Cliarles "
E J LVne, Xew York.
HO It A.
E.s'OLItll It. Tailiibsla.tie, Sep'. PJ, to
. r it.. t a.-.. .1: ,. . -
lue Wile tf mu . i.uyuu, a, t,u.
IIARSIIAW AND WASHINGTON.
Good News Tor Zic3Iine Own
ers and a Go. d ItYpoit
Ftuni Uitrshaw and
IIarsiuw. Sept. 21t, 19I.
E. I'KO-rECToa: Utilities- reigns
aiipreme; all tlie hr'nlit anticipations
of a few weeks ago have aoberd down
into the folloniiig few facts: Tne
"Hermosa" i4 ft ill a name to conjure
wi h for clilori lers. After Mr. Finley
wi 1 d-evv his men, tin same lucky
mortal. Mr. Chas. Powers, tiaik anoth
er lease, when presto! change! the
ore otiedieiilly appeared al hi magic
touch. The other names asoiated
wiih his iu the lawn! aro Thomas
Davis mid Jam Hiihb.ir.l, The ad
orning mine, the llardrhell, is lieing
workexl under lefe to Mr. Jack Sny
der ol Ttic-on mid Meiirrs. Thomas
Shran and Prink Maguire, with what
ritciesa i mil known.
Han-haw is n'.iiinst rent in twain
over the KitofhVe muddle, which has
proved a verituble .rmj't in a tea
miI. Some rumor of it has, no doubt,
icaiheil the out ide world, but the
true iiiwardiiefs of it ia not jel known
to wmr currespoiideiit. Iu the full
lies of lime it t ill ill., no doubt, be
revealeil and explained.
At the Moary th- work is nparly
coniiIeteil for the placing of the new
lii'ist. It is etateil on giaal niilhnrity
that Mr. AHa-rt Sleiufeld is now in
Xew York for the purpose of ejecting
a sa'e of the projieriy.
There ha la-en an atmosphere of
suppressed exultation Mirmuudingthe
Wii-hiiigiiin Ciimp men which cause-l
no li'tl euro-iiy nniiint: tho Har
hnwite'. The riiwlry existing be'wern
lhe two ciimps 011 iiccoinil of the
merit biiiiitil by their nperiive ores,
!-- cui-eil some I itier feeling. The
Hiirrhaw ly would r inidv niy"zinu'
in a Wiinhiiigtoiiiie and rtraighlway
lhe latter would c-lbipfe.
But now a change has come o'er the
spirit of their dreiiuia Hint Ihe Wash
ington croud simply reaat the Word
"z:nc?" but with the ililT.rent iutlec
tioii, you will observe. It h.i baked
out llial they lire in receipt of circu
lars from theameliers ji-kiiig.iUmt the
fonnerlv despised metal and bidding
vt ell for it.
Under these rirriiniatHiirea liie Hoi
laud mine. len-ad to Yolk, Fields and
Gb-arm la likely to prove a bonanza
10 the er-eviriiii: niu. The Allen
group of mines will also la.- In 11. til lei!
although liny are sufficiently high
Krade in valiant the sld 11 cut of the
ore, I lira e railouds of ulm Ii have just
ba en dispa 1 lieal. At the Tll'lll h nil
is rili lit no ixa-.pt for the clatter
cailreil by the China 83 cook at lhe
boaii-'ing house whii h now doa-s duty
for the Alum (ioh-h crowd. (f tliero
lj-l a few vvonls are mcersary to
complete this ski ti l; To I ha III is
certainly due iht-ciolil of developing
a long uegbctail ni-iion end theieb
u.l.lil g Iu IlHrrhaw'o batllll-l.
The rilol in iistouirh the old resi
dents was Mr. Frank Powers, who
shipped oro which retinoid 00 to
the ton, finiti his World's Fair group.
A lease on one of them is held by Ed.
Hotiipp Tnim Tombstone. The next
in cjsiui 't iiiion weie the Colorado
lajye: Ellis and Cap of Deliver.
They are working ihe January, under
a lease, aud have a body of me two
feet end a half wide. Tin ir flump
displays h carload of good stuff, and
they lire modest I v jut Slant.
The next claim i !cmed to Dick
Farrell anal Jic1' Morrison and they
abo have some ote to ohow fos their
enteiprise. D. U. M. P.
Ifuw the human svslein ever recov
era fiom the bad rfiecisnf tlie nauseous
luealrCllia a ofieu literally J otiretl into
it for liie siipisitive relief of dysi"p
sia, liver roiui laint. must lout ion,
heuuiiiiirira and olner ailiiients i a
mysteiy. 'I he nrst-lii. f done by iuid
ineilieiiieii is rciiicelv lea llian that
Call". d l.y ali-aase. If iheV who i.re
weak, bilious, ilvriM-ptir, caiusiitmtaii
air rha-iimatie, wmiM of'a ner le guideal
oy lhe cxik iii nceof liiVHlitlr who have
tboMiii;hlv-ICateal Ilo-tcllel's Stoinatll
Hitlers, ihey would ilia-very iustaf.co
obtain tbeaM-eiiesl aidaleiivable from
rational medication. This ma-dicine
is a searching and nt the same time A
thoroughly safe remedy, derived from
vegetable tourers, and possessing, in
Consequence of its ba-is of iitirespirils(
properties as a medicinal stimulant
not tn ls found in iln-ti-ry bcol bit
ters and stiniul.inta often rc-ai'lello
by the debilitated, dyroeptic and
IU""!!"! m 'ft