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THE TUCSON SHOOTING Was No Surprise to Those Who Knew the Circumstances- Henev Believed lo be Justified In Saving His Own L.iV. The following dispatch was receive 1 last night after the Prospectou went to pre: "Dr. John C. Handy, a prominent physician of tlii city, was shot ly Francis J. Hency, a lawyer, anon after 13 o'clock today. Bitter feeling has existed between them for a long tim-, gr living out of the divorce rtiit in which Heney was attorney for M-r. Handy, ami the reull was nosurprUe Handy a iys that today cs he was crossing IVnntngtnn street, going u the court house, Hency ran from !ii office near by with pistol in hand. Handy tried to grab the weapon but Heney plsci-d the muzzle to the txnv cl of his victim and fired. Rntli then clincheI and fell to the crund They were reparoled by tiiirens and Handy walked to hi tdlice while Hem-y went to the court tuiiire to Mirreudt-r him self. 2Co olliier arming, be went home, where he was afterwards arrett ed. Intense excitement prevails, and public sentiment is evilly divided." There w.u a ripple of etcitemnt in Tombstone up.iti receipt of the newa.au many of our citizen were prepared to hear at mit any ti n-, of ih killing ofoneorthe other of the priuriKiI. The feeling had been bitter between them for over a year, and from rcvrral citizens who arc acomin e.' wi'h the cir.'imitnnt'e. the fo lowg is raid lo be lh-caut of thu trull do: l)r. Handy wa., a year ago, a mar ried man willi lojr children. Hi Kl'e was a pxxl, Irti' woman iiinl mother. Or. Unruly Iwcaine lufntiiii ted with 1'jii-y Smith, the wife of Fred Smith, who ws well known in Tombstone. Untidy alued his wife shamefully, and she etird foradivo ce. Proceedings proved a inosllioriible state of atT.urs an I abuse of Han ly' wife by her 'usbatnt. Handy knew that all this testimony would come out in the trial and ho successfully bulldozed every lawjtr in Turn.n lo whom .Mr. Handy went lo lake hei Case, by lireateuiiii: lo kill litem if t ydid. Judge li-rne- liik hei Cave liut when it w.i tailed in omit he arore and wiiIi.Ih-ivh.- Iir uliorui , giving ju. his rc.ijwii that liv. ould en danger his life. Tins iiext lawter to uhom Mrr. Uaitily upalel van Kraiiei J Hen ey. Her imry Hpeiitcl to hs m-iin-of Imuor and lie lMik llie ow, telling some of his friend who .iflerwro srohted I ti it i for lining mi, iIimI it wr simply an ultcriixtne of -putting the pronation r taking the care llamlt threat! nrtl him all sajr ;K!b!r buttle illd li'H weakru lie carried I thn.-ugh lo a turn i-tul i-rlle. Hie ter tint ny of the inhuman In-ntno til of Mm. Handy by her liuebaud being n i fit for publication. Kniin ibis lime on Heney was hounded by Handy, and on several occasions would have been justified in taking his life. Handy recently sought to get a divorce from bin wife that he might marry Mrs. Smith who had procured a divorce from her Husband. Being unable to do so, it is atirniired that some of Haiiil' ei.cmics Kotighl lo biing hid name bef'ire lh- U. S. giamt jury under the fcMn.ucd Act, wbirb caused a sudden 'petiiiic of hoMililier between I lain! j uud Heney wi.h the result as stated. Dr. Uoodfellow W4 summoned from Tombstone and le:. last night at C o'clock for Fairb ink where a special was iu readiness to take him to Tuc son. Da you want to save from 2d to 50 cent on every dollar you spend T I to write for our illustrated catalogue containing illustrations and price of everything manufactured in thr Unit ed Slates at mauiifacturers price., t lOflW initiations, -nil linn, repreeen ed. dul'-gue mailed flee on appli cation. Addre-tf Chicago General Sup ply Co, No. 178 West Van Burt n si. Chicago, III. 4.141!. Just how an alterative medicine clesn--s tbe ryslciu is an open rpies linu ; hut that Arer'a Sitraptrilla iI.h-i-prolnc a radii-.il rlmiir- tit h id-xxi il Well Htietel on mII ri-le Ii '-r From TlturtJay'iDailv. Chaa. Marsden left today for Sau Francisco. O. W. Sain drives tlie fastest trot ter in to .vn. Hurry Stevenson is Lot Angeles. ia business in A. 11. English went to Bisbee today on legal business. The Arizona (institution will have an anti-polygamy ar'irle in it. Quite a crowd went out to the fort today to attend the Kale ol old junk. McCany won the Warrei.-McCarty light at New Orleans, in the 21st ound. There are 03 ciil cases already on I he court calendar to bo called up at the November term. The constitutional convention re fusal to place the maximum limit ol salaries to be paid any couuty officer at $3000. For the 21 hours ending tomorrow morning at daylight the night will be longer than the days and the days grow shorter until Dec 21. To-morrow morning at 9 o'clock B. F. Smith's stage will leave the ruble of Hare A Page for Birbec. Wi I carry both paxi-engers and freight, rime. 5 hour. Fare. $2 An old lime couii Int made hia ap-1-c.iraiue ou therlreeU of Tonibstone He knows eery tdd timer who eier lived iu a mining camp on the coast. It is fremi-oihVially estimated that the revolution in Chili cost the coun try $70,000,000. Asthencrmal revenue o' the state is $5r,000,000, recupera ion will be rpecdy. Thomas Allt'on has ln-en appointed a deputy lax collector by J. P. McAl lirier to culled all er-onal pnterly taxes wlient the realty i not of nitli cient value lo pay the tar. He isempow end to !ey upon properly and bring it to the ilirir of the county court house there lobe robl MCconliuc to law. I lie ItjuU IMitjrtl. The Chinaman who was recentlv arrerted at Nogalea and taken to Tuc iton on a charge nf violating the ex elusion act is again back in Nogales ruuuiiii! his restaurant on $iM less cspital than he had before he came in contact with the minions of the law. From a Chinaman iu Tombstone are gleaned a fe facts in relation to hi' r.w, whieh if Hue, is a moil con teini,t.tiie piece -if wo'U. The China nan w.m llie keeper of a restaurant to il:N A Irtul th- line ami fe-l a nttm lerif Mexi an' nho came mer from llieobt-r rile. One d there Inianlerr refund ! pity up and llie Chinamen refund to Ixurd him longer. Tlii in l'tliril lil it t til It he jdaei eell It iniliiiig up a job tin the .Mitngidiitn itid line lay lnle i-ou:ii; ito- from a luine trip lo the Souora ride h va pulleal, mid ii Imif a dozen Mexi ci n- rwore ilMt lie w;n a tramp Cln iiuin.iii, He was inken lo Tuceon a"i l!;n-nl in j til .in J kept there omit he inn up a round nun for an altornet who biMiu K"l him out of the acrape but alto out of ickel. C'lljr Cwuticil. At the meeting last night there was a f ill board present. The folio iving bills were allowed by the finance committee: Huathuc&Cu $14 00 Nat Hawke 4 00 Frank Flanigsn, labor 10 00 Georce Fills, supplies 3 75 J SJ Tnbr,o,eiiiiik;?.ife 15 00 The 'hilL of:. E. Fredetiek $4.14. T. A. Atchison i50 and C.H.4T Co. $R0 were returned without ac tion as leing not charges against the city but the Kngine Co ordering the goo-L. Tbo bill of James Bcilly for $500 balance due on contract with Good rich and Smith and assigned lo him was refureil payment. I. V. Yiekers appeared before the council and asked for a reduction of iheavsesKmenlon his personal proper ty from $1,000 to $375 on office furn iture. The request was granted, the Inttersiim Id ini; the same as last year. W E. Cat'ie St. Co., Employment agentr, 910 Uiiiou Avenue. Kausar City, Sin, 'urtiish reliable help, male or female, any nationality in any ipian:ity, and send them to all parts of the Union free of charge. Corres pondence solicited. 24,m. SALESMAN. An energetic man wau'cil lo purh our manlaclurell on tlit gniiuid. O.te of our agent earn I ! 1 ''IK I tn.l IMf A.l.lru. P ( Ih, A The Fears That This Countrv Will be Flooded .Not Well Taken. The great cry against free coinago or silver that in case the U. S. gov ernment values silver at $1.2J which it stood prior lo 1873 that this country would I flooded with silver bullion irom European countries. Mr. ii. Freweu.oneof the most prominent financiers of England was interviewed by a New York Sud reporter and here '. what was said: Question If a free coinage act should pass next session, should we be in danger of coming down to a silver current)- in this country? Should we, that is, lose our gold Mr. Frewen Why should you? Q Well if we exchanged gold for silver at a ratio of 1 to 10, would not the great stocks of rilver in Europe, be sent here to exchange for gold, until all our gold has one abroad? Mr. F. That, I notice, U the view adopted by Senator Sherman and oth ers, but I cannot see any warrant for it. Twelve rears ago the foes of sil ver here used to declare that the lim ited coinage tinder the Blun.l bill would exjiel gold to Eilrie; but far fn'in it, you have continued ever rince to draw gol I from Europe, in addition to keeping at home your entire do mestic product of that metal. Q Is it, then, your view that an offer o' $1.29 per ounce for silver will not bring that metal here from Eu rope? Mr F Why should It? There is no silver bullion tor peak of there, and coined siUer money which is already legl tender money at a higher ratio (I lo 15$) it not going lo be melted up for such a purpose. Q Might not the government, say of France, melt up five franc pieces and deluge us? Mr. You forget, perhaps, that the French goiernment, as recently a December, lfeS'J, refused an offer ol 1X3 cents in gold jier ounce for $00, 000,000 worth or theae ame five franc pieces, and this being so, why should France now wish to sell silver o this country at 129 cents per ounce? Tei.DGItaflllC Sj-AItKH, The Itata has been released on $120,000 bonds and has gone to San Francisco. The total amount offered fir the apprehension of Supt. Galivotti's mur derer is $2,500. Heavy rains are reported at Yuma Hinl along the Gila river. An Enuhnli bank has been relieved of$I,2j0,O00 by expert bank roi ber-. WimhL w dtclaml the winner of the Davis-WiMaLmillat Sau Francirco. I'.irrc wan a row and the police inter fered. Daiii was Ured up. J. II. B.tcon lOiiimHted suicide iu f Angeles on Monday by hanging nini-ell. There wer everl fa!.! Mn ve die rush for laud at Oklahoma yesler ! I The El Paro rain maker' believe' that the oresent lorni i tine in tlitr efforts although il did not bring local rains. At El Paso from alll points around there a heavy fall is reported. Ralph Stanley was killed in a base ball gams at Carson Ner. by being struck in the neck by a hot ball. 'lhe Cleveland hotel and ten busi ness houses burned at Scheffield, Ala. The loss is $100,030. George White, young son of the a-liier of the Oakland Consolidated railroad company, drowned Sunday while bathing. It is said that at least 10,000 men in regalia will take part in the parade at the Soverign Lodge I. O. O. F. meet ing at St. Louis. The Mexican raiders have been met and routed by government troops. Several were killed on both aides, aud there i an unconfirmed report that the leader of the revolt was first shot and then hanged. W1LU8. Tex The rain wich fell to day ia worth hundreds of thousands uf dollar?, in that it has extinguished the forest fires which have been raging and which threatened the an nihilation of a van srea of pine tim ber. Salary 2a run week Wanted good aeenU to sell our general line o merchandise. No peddling. Above salary will be paid lo '-live" scents For fur her information address j Chicago General Supply Co, So 178iZ coi'.vrv icKconuM. DEED. A. J.Godfrey to Edward Cain, the G raM place cor Fremont and 7th streets, $425. J. T. Gritfith to John Blewett.lot 18 block 50 $30. Date 1SS7. mrrciiEii's hond. A. Morales of Wilcox with Jehu C. Fall snd J. ljebermanns sijreties. I-OWEK OF ATI 0RNEY. J P Camou to Max Marks, to tran sact all business with Sau itafael grant settlers. BUANUS. Of Steve Keverra E R on left hip. J V Wilds F W on left hip. SAi-BSUtiN WANTED Small line of samples from mtnefact- anng corporation onrrea a live man. One traveller earned an average of $350 per month lor six years past. P. O. Ifox iV7NrwYsrk, SUMMONS. IN the district court, first ju dicial district of the territory of Arizona in and for the county of Uochii-e. EDNA LEAP Plaintiff, vs. GEOKGE K. LEAP, Defendant. Action brought in thediitrict court of the first judicial district of the territory of Arizona in and for the county of Cochise, and the com plaint filed in the said count' of Cochi-se in the office of clerk of said district court. The Territory of Arizona sends srreetinjr, to George K. Leap, defendant You are hereby required to ap p -ar in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff, in the district court of the first ju ilicial district of the territory of Arizona, in nd for the county of Cochise, and to answer the com plaint tiled therein, ithin ten days (exchisUc- of the days of serv ce) after thu service on you of this summons, (if served in this county or if served out of this count , but in this district, within twenty days otherwise within thirty days), or ludgtnent by default will be taken against you according to the pray er of said complaint. The said action is brought by plaintiff to obtain a divorce from the defendant and for cots of suit. Given under my hand and the seal of the district court of the first judicial district of the territory of Ar-zonu in ami for the county of Cochise, thin Fifth da- of August in the year of our Lord one ttiou--and eight hundred and innety one (Seal.) 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