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From Friday't Daily.
No Eastern mail today. 0. B. Tarbell is in Tucson. Gapt. Tevis is in Phenix. His health is not good. 0. S. Fly has returned from a satis factory trip to Bisbee. W. J. Oheyney is in San Francisco. He will spend tho holidays in Tomb stone. Will Nichols came in today from Goloiado where he has been spending a few months. 0. B. -Tarbell of Tombstone was eleoted president and Chas. Blackburn of Bisbee secretary of the territorial undertaker's association. Mr. J. 0. O'Connor, one of the most energttio of Bisbee's citizens returned to that camp today after a flying busi ness trip to Tombstone. Frank Anderson is confined to his bed with a bad cold and a threatened case of pneumonia. No young man in town has more friends than Frank, and they all hope to see him out soon. Eddy Argus. Miss Nellie Clark, daughter of 0. S Clark, narrowly escaped serious injury yesterday. One of her young friends was handling a BB ride when it was discharged, the bullet taking off a email piece of the young lady's left eye brow. F. McDonald representing the Col lier Publishing Co. of New York, is visiting Tombstone. This concern sells on monthly payments of , from one to three dollars per month, which scheme has the endorsement of those who wish hnnt8 without feeling the cost of them. Allen B. English returned last night from a two weeks rest in Los Angeles. He left Tombstone, badly crippled with an attack of toe grip. He is now living advertisement of the Southern California olimate having gained his normal condition and about ten pounds of flesh. Last month the S. P. Co.' settled for 335 head of cattle killed by trSir trains in Arizona. The cattle are very troublesome, especially when in poor condition. It was but a few days ago that an entire freight train was wreck ed near Lordsburg by running over a cow which had laid down on the track to die. All the cattle killed are settled for at an average of $15 per head. The Southern lnter-tates Immigra tion Bureau have changed the gonerul offices Trom Raleigh, N. 0. to San An tonio, Texas, where the convention will be held on January 27th, 28th 29th, 1892. The author of a recent book, written to women and girls, believes tho tie talents of women to be: "To please people, to feed them in dainty way. to clothe them, to keep them orderly and to teach them." Edward Rose of Pleasant Valley in formed us that no election for the ap proval or rejection of the constitution was held in that precinct. Neither inspector, judges of election or others appeared to express a preference, at the appointed place for registering votes. Silver Belt. The New York World predicts the passage of a Free Coinage bill in both house and senate and the appoint ment of Bland as chairman' of the committee on coinage,- all of which, if true, is very encouraging. The oranges raised in Arizona are causing a'stir all through California and Arizona orange land will soon be all bought up by Californians, for if there is anything that capital will jump at, it.is $K) acreage at $100 per acre. The decision of the supreme court of California, finding therolorm grand jury of San Francisco county an ille gal body, wis received in that eity with approbation by all classes save those who wore' profiting by the agi tation. Ik reply to Minister Egan, Minister Matta states .that" the dispatch to Senor Muntt and the ministers in Eu rope .relative to President Harrison's essago and published in the official journal is to be regarded as the Chil ean governments statement of tbe case. This is rather a peculiar way to My the least, of answering Uncle Sam, -t V A SPECK OF WAR. Lordsburg Keeps up its Reputation of Being Bad. The strike of the telegraphers along the line of the C.P. road has not amounted to much outside of the little but lively town of Lordsburg, just over the boundary line between Ari zona and New Mexico in the latter territory. Trouble of a serious nature may be looked for at any moment. Day before yesterday a fellow named "Arkansas", backed by the "boys", walked into the office just as train No. 20 pulled in for orders He pulled a six-shooter from his pocket and throwing it down on the young man at the key, gave him the choice of leaving the town or dying on the spot. The operator made an attempt once or twice to send the conductor's re quest for orders, but down the six shooter came at full cock each time. In this way the train which was the rogular overland carrying U. S. mail, was detained one hour, and the oper ator walked away in disgust, took the train and left the bad man in charge. There are about twenty hard charac ters in that , town who run things in about tbe same high handed manner as "Arkansas." ' The S. P. Co have determined that such'C state of affairs must not be prolonged, and the wires were busy yesterday giving orders for carrying the war on until it is useless, when, if there is no other alternative, they will abandon the telegraph station there entirely. On 'the eastbound train yesterday were Detective Will Smith and Vic Wilson who have been order ed there with power vested in them to place an operator there and protect him at all hazards. All operators are boycotted. The last man could not get a meal for less than fifteen dollars, and getting weak toward night, he remarked to a friend that he could gel a drink if he couldn't eat, and went across to a bar room, and called for whiskey. The barkeeper placed the bottle on the bar with a glass but held onto the bottle, saying that drinks at bis bar were twelve dollars in advance. This settled the operator and he took the next train out of Lordsburg. Nelson is the last man to try the place, and is on deck today unless he is hanging to a telegraph pole, a fate that was promised the next man who dared to tackle that office. Nelson'is well known as a nervy fellow and has been at Benson for many years. Smith and Wilson will sidetrack a car in which will bo placed a stock of provisions and sleepingaccomodations for the operator, and a half dozen men to protect hn: if necessary. The sheriff of Grant county has been tele graphed to and will no doubt be on hand today. "Arkansas" will be arrested by U. S. officers unless he has skipped, and trouble is almost sure to follow. To give an idea of the way law works in Lordsburg an illustration is furnished A short time ago Ben Titus who is justice of the peace there, had offended one of the boys. The latter thought he would get even and went to the justice's office and kicked the door down in the presence of a crowd. After his fun he mounted his horse and rode off, The justice walked into his chambers through the opening, entered a judgment against the kick er and fined him $20 to be paid the next time he dame to town. At last accounts tho fellow had not returned. The Messiah craze has at last struck the Ohimihuava tribe. They are now holding a ghost dance in the Colorado river valley below Ft. Mohave. The Mohave Indians, who do not believe in the Messiah, have ordered the dancers to leave the valley and go to- the mountains with their dance. A number of Wallapai warriors and gazelle-eyed maidens n ounted . upon coal cars left Tuesday for the scene of the ceremonies. Mohave Miner. There was a large and enthusiastic union mcetinc representing all the railway orders, held at Masonic hall yesterday afternoon, says the Tucson Star. They expressed full sympathy with the striking operators, and ad journed till this evening awaiting for the arrival of grand officers of the O. K. T. The different railway organiza tions recognize that this is a direct blow at organized labor, taking the weakest order first, . - .tlAHRIKD. Lamh Fouiiit. In Tombstone Dec, 1 16th 1891, by Rev. C. R. Nugent at ' ka raairlAnA nf fHfi HrMn'fl rvnrAnt.a " , From Thuhday'sDaily. J, B. Auguis, returned to Bisbee today. Nu records tiled ut 'the Recorders office today. Ben Waite was a passenger on tho noon stage. There are some very attractive show windows in town. Have ynu seen tho pretty piano lamp at Kohler's? The name of Mrs. Ed. Miller is ad ded to the sick list. The stage brought in a largo load of passengers today. No mail was received today from points east of El Paso. Mr. & Mrs. G. W. Cheyney returned today from Tucson. Col. Zabriskie is reported on the sick list in Tucson. Henry Cook came in today from his mines at Stein's Pass. 8. C. Bugg and daughter are ex pected home tomorrow, A special meeting of the city coun cil will be held to-night. Mr. Fly is expected to return from Bisbee tbe last of this week. Sheriff Kelton has sufficiently re covered to he around again. Miss Clara Stark, "sister of Harry Stark is reported as qufteill. Cal Cox of the Chiricahua Cattle Co. is paying Tombstone a usit. Frank Bastian of Bisbee is in town tho guest of the Palace hotel. Geo. J, Roskruge was brought in Tucson Tuesday in a critical condition He is very sick. .Judge Sloan is sick, which is liable to 'put offjfce couvening of court in Tucson for some time. ' vr . The Arizona Mining Record will be published bi-monthy at Phenix by Messrs Bicknell & Perrin. The Nogales Monitor, co ruthlessly pied by the son of Collector Christ, has reappeared as the International. 1 The Barbaeomari cattle now being shipped to Nevada pay a late of $100 per car from Benson. Twelve hun dred head have already been forward ed. See those fine Albums at the New York Store. Never known to be sold so cheap before. Mr. Kohler is recovering from- a severe attack of thegrippe, by which every member of his family is still nfilieted. Daniel McLoughlin, who wa an inmate of the county, hospital, died yesterday, and was buried today with appropriate services. Andy Ham who has for some time past been the guest and patient of Dr. Hamilton has sufficiently recovered to return to his ranch. m The San Francico papers are pro fuse in their praise of Arizona oranges and beginning to recognize the fact that California has a formidable iial inAiizona. Big lot. of ladies' woolen underwear and fine muslin night gowns just received at the New York Store. Mr. Waters and Ben Whiston re turned today from th') mountains where they have been for several days on a hunt, loaded down with eight deer beside other small game. Colin Cameron left' on yesterday's train for California to look up pas tu'rage for steer cattle in Los Angeles, Fresno and other counties. He will be absent about two weeks, Star There is a charge of fifty cents ad mission to iho old San Xavior mission near Tucson. The Citin says there i$ danger of its becoming a ruin unless repairs are speedily made on the front wall. Mr. C. M. Bruco was in Tombstone today making final preparations for his departure for Nola, where ho goes to lake c!i" of a fliipnient ol I stock ui.ich li,.,l lratis.tr aljorlly from his range in the Barbacomari, W lmtlHlt? A prospector in Montana has found a strange mineral that tafos fire and consumes itself when exposed to the air. When iiLlh lioui the ground it has much tho appearance of iron ore and is quilo as heavy. The firtt that was taken out was piled up near the shaft one evening, and the next morn ing was found to be smoking. It continued to grow hotter, 'until it ar rived at almost a white heat, remain in that condition several days, after which it gradually cooled off. It was then found to be but half its first weight, and resembled much the fragments of meteors that are fouud ou the surface. Ex. The exact majority for the constitu tion iu Maricopa county is 987. Master Sherman Bagg, who arrived last Sunday at St. Matthew's Hall San Mateo, Cal, where he will in future at tend school.-was very much surprised and delighted to find the college boys engaged in lively games of "shinny" and foot-ball. Ho thinks it is a nice place for livply boys, Edison promises to run a railway train between Milwaukee and Chicago during the World's Fair at a speed of 100 miles an hour by his new olec tric motor. By his invention two pounds of coal will do the work of six with present appliances. He says the plant will not cost as much as the cable svstem. Elegant Seal Plush Capes $8.75; elegant seal plush Jackets $12.50. Finest stock of holiday goods in town. Come early and avoid the rush. New York Store. . Harry Cook who came in yesterday from his mine in the Chiricahua mts. left today for Nevada City, Cal. where ho will spend a month with hia family Upon his return he will be accom panied by them. Ben Waite, the efficient clerk with S. M. Barrow will also partake of a vacation with his sister, Mrs. Cook. Harrison says in his message that the stamp on the American dollar docs not add to its value in foreign. markets. This U an opportunity for some fellow at Nogales to go across into Mexico and buy a Mexican dollars worth of mescal and at the same time purchase an American dol lars worth of the same beverage and send both fots to him with the com pliments of the American eagle. His Excellency might not take either, hut it would compel him to take water oh his bare-faced assertion, regarding the purchasing power of tho American dollar. SALESMEN WANTED Small line of samples from manufact uring corporation offrred a live man. 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