Newspaper Page Text
DAILY EHTPJI: TmiESTOTE ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNTNG, FEBRUARYS, 1886.
KV ' '" &.-' fcEHAltfvABLE ROBBER. Another nnmo has been added to the long catalogue, of distinguished high waymen which includes Claude Duval, Dick Tiirpin, anil Jack .Shoiiiisinl. In many respect.-, he a the niitel renuivk nblo robber tho world has uer pro duced. Ills iinmu was Honry (JnrroU. He was a nafve of Knglaud, but. llko several other eit 'ens of that eoimtry, ho was granted leavo to rcsido in Aus tralia for tho term of ten years. This was in 1842. Tho eano of his goinp abroad to reside was tho loss of a watch, and well-filled pocket-book by a gcnjle-j man who was traveling in a private conveyance. So far as can bo ascer tained, for comparatively littlo is known of ins early life, lie was not incited to engage in adventuro and crimo by reading "dime novels." In deed, this claw of books, winch nro pre sumed to bo so pernicious in their in fluence, had not been placed on the market when Mr. Garrett was a small boy, which was nearly eighty years ago. Ho was a great student and a most dili gent reader, though ho had -no inclina tion to pcruso trashy books. Ho was an excellent linguist, a good naturalist, an expert engineer, anil a very fair lawyer. Ho was fond of science, especially of comparative anatomy. His favorite authors were Humboldt, Darwin, Tyn flall, Huxloy, Spencer, and Mill. His knowledges of history wfts remarkable, and whim in prison, as ho was several times, ho spent most of his timo in writing biographies, which sold for rooro monoy than tho author could make by engaging in any kind of labor. Ho was a great favorito with tho warden, surgeon, and chaplain of every prison in which ho was confined. ' His Know ledge of men was excellent, and he was often consulted about tho management' of convicts. Ho was a most entcrtalii ing companion, and on that account his society was sought by prison ofllcials. air. Garrett operated on a small scalo in Australia as soon as his term of penal servitude had expired. Ho was vory desirous of returning to England, and sought to obtain means to do so. Ho hail sonio trouble in cloinjj this. Ho had. but small capital, and did not wisli to orpanizo a "gang," as is often dono in this country, and was even averso to having a partner. Learning that thero was a bank in a small country town, ho concluded that lie would draw a sum from it sufficient to carry him to his na tivo land and to support him thero for some time. Approaching tHo building, ho posted a notice on tho door that the bank was closed. Ho entered, closed tho door, and, pointing a pistol at tho head of tho cashier, demanded that ho hand over tho contents of tho safe. Re-, ceiving about 30,000, mostly in bank notes, lio locked tho door and departed. Yith tills sum lie left for London. He was followed by a detective, who re sorted to a trick for tho 'purposo of catching him. He shadowed a person sonio days whom ho thought was tho robber ho was looking for, but of whoso identity ho was not certain. Early ono evening, whilo walking in tho street where tncro were many persons, ho gavo a loud "coo-ce," a cry made by Aus tralians when they nro in distress. Tho unsuspecting Australian, thinking ono of ids fellow-colonists was in trouble, rushed to his as-istancc, and fell into tho hands of tiio detective. Ho was taken back to Australia, tried, con victed, and centoucud to ten years' im prisonment. At tiio expiration of this timo ho concluded that lie would go to New Zealand, where fortunes then wero rapidly made. Mr. Garrett's iirst great enterprise in Now Zealand was that of ".sticking up" sonio soventeen miners, who, singly or in paiiv, wero going to a town to put their gold In a safe place. Stepping out from behind a tree, ho bndu them throw up their hands and preserve si lence Tying them to ttces with cords ho carried w ith liini, ho relieved them of their valuables, and tlion passed ori" to meet others of tho party, whom ho used in tho sanio way. Thinking they might remain in that condition sonio timo beforo anyone camo along to re lease them, ho treated to drink, filled their pipes, lighted them, and went on his way. For this act ho was again Imprisoned, and did not regain his lib erty till three years ago. A few weeks after his release ho was arrested in a wholesale store, where ho was found with about lifty skeleton keys in his possession. Ho was again tried, con victed, and sent to prison. In thisplaco of confinement ho died. Local papers gi o some strango ac counts of his life and character. They dcclaro that ho alway s kept his word, that ho never had a confederate, that he never shed a drop of human blood, was never guilty of cruelty, and ho nover robbed or injured a woman. Ho was so kind, polite, and obliging, and with al so highly intelligent, that persons meeting him in prison forgot that ho was a criminal. His appearanco was so good, Ids manners so refined, and his conversation so imgaging, that no ono ever suspected that ho was leading a lifo of crime. Whilo traveling, lie passed for n gentleman and scholar, and gained the confidence of the best people ho met. Tho u anion of tho last prison ho was in allowed him to walk outside tho wall on his promiso to return at a stated time. Tako him all in all, ho was a robber tho world never saw the like of beforo and nover may again. Chicago Times. m fc Tho definition ot man as a cooking nlmal is not less profound than agree able. It relieves us of a painful dOom ma. For if, with coarse assurance, wo deflno man to bo a carnivorous sinimul, wo confound him with savago beasts; and if, on tho other hand, we stylo hi u horbivorous, tiio progress of centuries is ignored, and ho is 'associated with tamer animals, llalzao has remarked that ono of tho keenest joys of tho gour mand lies in tho mystery 'concealed by the covered dish in tho anticipation and revelation: "Cost la surprise, l'impres eion gastronomiquo du pint extraordi naire." Saturtlay llevieto. The tomahawk witn which Hannah Dunstan, the lii'iomc of the I)eilield Massacre, Killed In r Indian captors Whilo they su-,t. uml - made I u-r es cape, is in tin p s -.m of a gentle- isn at Derby J.lne, Vt., who received i au iielrlooni. NotS elling Out. JUST ,S3 CHEA ?AS THOSE WHO ARE? Soiling; We take this method of informing the people in general that owing to the fact that we intend leaving sometime next summer for Timbuctoo to settle up TWO large estates, we will sell our entire stock re gardless of profit, because everybody knows WE HAVE COME HERE FOR THE BENEFIT OF OUR HEALTH ONLtf. UNPBEC Dress Goods, Silks, Satins, Shoes, JFANCY GOODS OF.ALL KINDS1 To belhad ONLY at Tire Palace Dry Goods Store. F ICt It Street. u.rv tbcx: mm if s depot Books, Tovs, Stationerv Musical Instruments, Periodicals, Magazines, Etc. A li'u Hirem.ln (irniiil Hotel Ilullflliig -Ol.OBlOJNtS RAKL.Pro. I H o 3s3.?S?Sa.SE3E !i 1 " 11 w i ?R O: 53: & i - a . p 2. -J? ??;; & H- -.5S o "ap'i? , 3 a ."c- -:?- ' ::. --i'li" s." -j - c &frj k - . a s 5c-i 3 -, IQ o i 2 t " z si ag:, Sol's MS 1 3 a (Si w W o 'X) 1 "ii (5.15 rs& -v muan ft t t J mmwAm kFOft J886..SSl,. Win bi mill.d mtr.F. to ll ppIIobu. t l u coM,ra . , !S?.T.' '" rt.tln It. Il eogulni itolllJi 3 lUumtttona, prloaB, aocurtt deierlrtlom n 1 y u dltcclioni for cUntlai all Ttrltll.i of VEOLTAJII ' to U. tmaliUr to lltrkai Q.rdenfrf. Snl for u D. M. FIRRY A CO., Detroit, Mlolilctin. Not -BUT- O-otZ Selling Out. 1 1?" ' FP& Elf39 & S KVm n f- IN MERCANTILE, LAW AND COLLECTION 0FFIGE. Touglimit St., bet. Fourth nut! 1'tftli. TombHtonp, Arizona. Chnrlcs (i. Johnston, Altorney-at-Law and Notary I'uullc. J. E. Palmer, Accountant. Jlr .Ti htson will pracllcelnall tho courts o the tir 'tnry, In Loth civil and cilmmal cases Mr. Pjluierullldcutehx'allcn lunim expert In bonkkLeplnB: also to bockkecp.ne, rcurchlKi; of ivcoids, ci.tiylL(j, abeiraiiint!. convawliic an'l Hi' other busli.ewi connected thircnith For tl o convenience of luluesd men and t thera lmv u mI duo hikI other claims lor anj Ht'ncnl nd roll ctlou, this tlUce flcin uupuitlled ad iinMcca iir. 1'almer will keep, fot Ihe benflt f b Iirnol iciil ctate. sner!al lionl; for ihi i utv of houoPo a d lunds for nalc or to rent. . ids nioilfiiiiH nnd l.u-ei tili be carefully il nun au lenin collicttd, and as both tranche It si.lHce i.idt voui piilroee, ft Iv CirtalLl ! i l.'ii In eo.ilurctlou Mltlt tlclr loii? riLcrli'iico In tie iibimt buslrcyii pccicllics) a suflioti lit "liiianten or prmnrt cm and economy Mr i.l ncr will lo tmni'ac.l.ae usroutln 1 onilntiine, I hi- mic" o. any nature lor p rsm llvlurf iibrnud, juiMtilivli u thi.ru sa-'ety, euthftclioii und dl piidi. 1111m Proposals lor Printin to" PlfOI'OSALS lor duinp tha "dvertlslng and Job norK for the city of Tombstone, for the jeur IStti.wlll he rteilvcd by the cntmcll com iiilitcy on printing, at ilioofllcecf the cl.alrman of tbo inmuilittr, John 1'ldHcll, a. the rcade S 'Ition, ntitll 1J o'clock noon, February 3. 18MS ni"fO bidi must specify the 1 ate per inch to bo Ia-!"cl fur adtertlMng. All adMrliscim nts to be eel up In bieier tiw. Also tho nrlcomr li'inil'C.laiid pir thousand lor 1 fheet. 4 sheet aii'l 1 !i shift blanks and tlu rate p. r hundred I aud per thousaid for blank city warrants and I blink ilty llceii"ts. I Al1 lids innst bo (.ccompanled byagoodaud uPi l nt bond In the sum o' one thousand dol ' Mi" nniiarHnlee of the faithful performance of tounacl twsrded i AdVeil'ipmen'i mift bo Inserted la some ..pir pi blil ed within the city ofTombftonc. Tin ort!l "ry leg'il ndvertli-emeuts for tho lily are tiqulrfd nv law to be Issued in ten conse"Utlvo 1 i-ue. 1ne rommittee roierve the light to reject ti'X and a' I bids. ' J PinwrLL, Oltairman of Committee. I Tombstone, Jan. 23, 1860. Selling Out. ARCAINS AN XlItAOJtl)INAItY OFFF.lt. To All "Wanting Ivntploymeut. Wo want live, enercctlc and canable spentx In every county In the United States and Canada to sell a patent article of great merit, on its merits An article having a largo sale, paying over 100 per cent profit, having to competition, and on wuicu ine lurem is proieciea in tne exclusive bhio oy a uti a given lor eaco anu every coun'y ne mav secuitiiomns with 11 tbvso advantage to our agents and the tact that It Is an artlcl II thvso advantages that cat. tie sold to every house-owner it might not be ctceu'ary to make an "cxtraordlnar offer" to secure good sgents at nce, but vra have con eluded to make It to fliow, not only onr confidence in the merits of our invention, but In its taxabi lity by any agent thst will handle it wl b energy Onr ag nts now at work era making from S150 to MOO a morth clear, and this fret maces It safe for u j to make our offer to all who ay out of em. plo) ment. Anv a-.'ent that will give o lr btii-incss a th'riy days' trial and tail to clear at le tst $100 In tl is time, above all expenses, can return all gow'a unsold to ue asd we will refund the money paid foi ihtm. Any igtr.t or general agent who vcuidilkrtten or miru counties and work (hem tl roigh rub act nts for ninety days nod fall to chat at Ie-i't $750alme ell e peases fin return al' mtnlditiia get heir Bioney back. No other employ ror agei.tivir dared to make sacb offers, nor wouli wutfr c did not know thatwehave ngertsnoA uuiklvncioruthau double the amouLt wogmraMd. aLdbu tno sUea a day would glvi-a pufitofover $1.3 a month, and that one of cur i ge.iti- to.ik eljhtceu td.rs lu one day. Our lurg- dsc.riitive Uxulars ixpuln our of er fully, atdlbict we wish tr send to every one uutot employment who will t-etd us tbrseone-ceut stamps to secure postage. Bend at once and secuie thu agency in time lor the boom, and go t. woiko the terms numed in our extraordinary offer. We wi uld lik to have the addrrs of all the ageulr. sev1tg machine solicitors and car entrs In the coni.fy, and ask any reader ot this paper who rea s this offer, to send afonce the namo and address of all such they know Addle, sat once, orvou will lose the best chance ever ouernd to hop mil of employment to makomoLcj; UBNNElt MANLF'JNIt t'O 110 Smithdild M Plttsbnr", Pa, Notice of Forfeiture. TO J. B FAHtKK, J. .1. NKKI.Y, O. O. Mnre, A Lat. E II. Fordtran ,V. A. Beck bam, It. O Falres.h It. Moore. J. 11 Chambers, Z. T Hoi'an, S II. Garrett, K. Halght, 11 Cocke, A. L. St'-cl" and P. Uar'im you are hereby noilflrri 'hat we hao exptmlcd one hundred dof. lars II labor and improvements on the Ilercnlea lode and kilning clnlm, situated In the Oat Cabe.ns, now known aq tho Tevi mining dis trict, Com tyufCoeh and Territory of Arizona; locution notice r. c rded In book 3, page 110, of trnncrllKdri cords ol Cochise county, A.T., in order i" hold the claim for tho year tndlug D ccmb-i. Ib85, under the provisions vf section 2.S2I, Kolftd Siatutcs rf tho United Btatrt. Thero'ou, If within nlnet dasfrom publication of this nttcc. vou fall or refuse to conMhntn- eachofjon, vnur proportion of said expenditure and cost onhls publication as co owners, your Intero tn It sa'd mine or claim will become te. property ol theunderieni"t. nncr ectlon 3,324. JACOB BINZ. . JACOB HOKNBKRGBB. Tombstone, January 1st, 1830. , Arizona Mail Wf'$M jjw! 11 iJIMmIB Tl ' "iJIlj aiftiBjHBBftMisfB llraBBBBHHBKBsHBHHBHiJilir TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA. Pad'fiora1lron1d?pt f m'!iBAf ? ,Dnec,I11K with eastern aid western bound tialns on Sonther SSS"?on?ss -" -ssft2. D arriT" ol 8onor tr,la upo'liZlL.tCnarte',0n' le"e' Ton.bstone at o'clock . m., and return. MTAUE FOtt B18UKE leaves ever morning at 8 o'clock, except Sundays. 406 Allen St., Under Occidental Hotel. T,ILE3JM:OKri,3?1 3E3:OXJSJ COUNEH MAIN AND SILVER CITY, THE BEST HOTEL New rooms lately added. Every attention given for the comfort and convenience of the travelling public. THE HEADQUARTERS FOR MINING MEN. Terms: (per day) $2.00 and $2.50. PSr-JBusi meets all trains at tha depot. All slagc6 pats the Treinom Honse. EI ID. O. HOBART, 137 If HOLIDAY Just Received at the Pioneer Jewelry Store, The Finest, Largest and Best Selected Stock of JEWELRY, DIAMONDS, WATCHES, CHAINS Gold and Silver Filigree Goods in Latest Designs. SILVERWARE and HOLIDAY NOVELTIES Ever Brought tti tills Territory. Prices Reduced to Suit the Times. Call and be Convinced. H. SCHMIEDING, Prop, oo (--. r H - i n ' HOLIDAY PRE JOSEPH DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Tents, Wagon Covers, MINING- SUPPLIES, ETC. Corner Fifth and FrsxnGsrfc CHARLES E. -DEALER I- Stoves, Tinware, Brass Goods, Etc, TIN AND IRON ROOFING A SPECIALTY. Pipe and Pipe Fittings, Granite, v ironware, San Jose Pumps, Etc, and Stage Line ROBT. CROUCH, propriet6b. . YANKEE blltEETS. NEW MEXICO. IN GRANT COUNTY. lO.I3ElTOl.. PRESENTS! -e HOEFLER. FREDERICK, tJ SENTS s