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SRTHrf "r : "f-TTr m i ma " THBKI V2A.V4 SS i? r-reij i f - H ! 1 M u? THE DAILY 'TOMBSTONE The riimeer Pail 7 or tho Camp. Al'UtJjJTS.. ,!W5 . ygMlSHED EVEKY eVenixc, 'Ruaday Eeipted,) Br JAMBS J. 2TASH. OfSco on Allen Slrcot, uorth side, li-Uroeu Third rul Finn lU. Dollvorcd by Carriers for 25 cents a Week I Il'.U PHr Elf l.owcli l. Ocii nmiaiT to'. t-iir; luruif'Orpnrefct V Men'-iil-4"; fcoa-j-uuiavtons-ssr:: IN LEW VOill. ' Ax Ohio paper is grtatly in censed at what it terms the "brutal antic" of the appointment efork in the T reanry Dcpirtrasi't, 2 cei tain party by tho name of Higin--. Higgins appears to liave a peculiar sense of humor, which ourcoteennd Ohio contemporary dopfc not ajipro cixte. It is asserted of him that he anticipates the official decapitation of Republican clerks by a signific ant gesture which implies theactive operation of tie offi:al a:-.?. Mr. Biggins, it is said, sees moic humor in this sort of warning than the tmfoi tunate clerk to whom it is di rected, and the Ohio paper drawa rlin iifn.-nrtii F.., ! .. .3 1... ... .... 11. iiui.iT;ilt.c 1IUU1 11.-3 illlXUItlltU , in il. that Mr. Higgins is c, 'brutish cur." Without stopping to analyze the expression with a view to ade inori-ti.iti'V on... mi tiii.i a tor i-. necessarily brutal, the admission may be made that Mr. Higgins's method of announcing his puipose to remove subordinates is not kind and consequently not gentlemanly The loss of position ! hard enough lobear when unajcorapanicd by manifestations of exultation on the . part of the person inflicting the loss, $ut it is quite possible that an oc casional indulgence in bis humor ous propenrites has obtained for Mr. Higgins a wider notoriety than be merits. One gesture or the Icink described would go a long way in a department filled with; men and women in constant fear of oss of position. TELEGRAPHIC Suits involvl.nzTexas Property Houston, Aug., 21. P. 21. O. Tenn has just filed 380 suits in the District Court of this coun ty for the heirs of Mary E. "Weather ford, of Tennessee, which embraces 335 acres of land in the Obedience Smith surrey and three blocks on Main street. Suits for 27,000 acres of land in Cherokee, Henderson, Busk, Coryell, Bexar, Medina, Lampasas and Houston counties, and 540,000 worth of property in Austin have also been filed. Sued by a Servant Clrl St. JosEP2,.Aug.,21. The St. Joseph Electric Light Com pany was sued for 13,000 damages to day on a peculiar cause of action. May 17 last Alice Marrow, a waitress, fell out of the sacond-story window of the Union Depot Hotel, fracturing her pub lic bone and disloeated her hip. The petition alleges that she was leaning out of the window with her arm against one of the electric wires when a sudden shock caused her to losn her balance nd to fall oat of the window. DlfrfouragedFrohlbltlariists Leave.vwor.th', Aug., 21. The first attempt to enforce the pro hibiten law here was under that sec tion compelling witnesses to testify by imprisoning theci for contempt if they refused. In a test case an imprisoned witness was released on n writ of ha .kes corpus. The Prohibitionists then changed their tactics, proceeding under .the nuisance clause, of the prohibition lav. In the absents of Di.strict.Tur!,? Crosier, who granted the release under the former writ, tiny took the case be fore Probate Judge Huwn. Attorney General Bradford biinolf filed theiKHi- 'tions for injunction, against ZvItCrybtal s.nd Blac'c, saloou-kecjiers near the Un ion Depot. The ciss vu alternately argued to day by Mr. 13ratifonl for il.o State and Thos. F. Pen ton and Lucieii Baker for th3 defendants, Judj,n ilawn gave his decision denying tho injunctions and holding that tho Pi bite Court had no jurisdiction in the case, and that cn if that jurisdiction had boon conferred cither upon the Distriot or Prqbatt Court such a power ought upver to be exercised in a crim inal pioccution mIicsc tho accu.rd 1 f-hould be entitled to a jury. This is the Fecomi serious defeat that the Pro hiliitionists hare had here. It is be Hexed that this vill conclude their at tempt tp enforce the prohibition lay in I.pavinworth but that a strong tuoe raent will ordinate here, in f.i or of a State l.i;.h licence 'av. Thero are al'out 200 .vi'oons in this lity each ray ing only 10 a month license. This, h aboui, ton tiai?s the nHinl.er of saloons required to do I ho b jsincis. Fi.ht at the Coal r.'.tr.cs. Shfnaxdoam, Au, il. Tho miners aiid laborers cranio fd at Fi-nls, NiiiSey h Go's, colhery here w ereroce uly notilied that a five per cer.t rcJuction in all vacs would go int 1 1 f feet a! or.ce. Th men liM a 'ni-etin" and rcsoiifd not to atet-pt the redac tiou. On Tuesday Iljnparians and Polanders were put to work about the fciai and Althcvsb. he Etrikinp; mincr i matched th'ir movii'dnts ch-. y, ro disturbance took plioa til late in the evening when the foreigners Were at tacked. Tho e.xcitecient, brought to the scencj cro-vds o: pardons and in le-s than ten minutes the fight became fun eral and was participated in by 10 j ire ana boys All sorts of missiles were used, stones, clubs and fence rail from fifteen to twenty ve person! v?re seri ously burl and several Hungarian1; fa tally imurcd. As soon as one man bo came injured he was earned sm ny ai.d thfe battle renewed. The Hungarian? foujht diperately and showed adcttr M'nation not to leave the place. Yes terday morning they returned to th" collier' and have not f-ince been inter- fered withj Another encounter is ex pected, however. Ex-Union Prisonsrs. PlIILADELPniA, Aug., 21. Tlie national association of ex-Union prisoners of the war begun its twelfth aaual sesiion here to-day. The follow ing committee were appointed on ere 1 entials: Comrades Fritton, Eipple and Stark. Before this committee con cluded its labors, the reports of the officers wra handed in. In his report President Shanklin said: "There has been no verv marked progrets in tho advancement of our or ganization during tho pait year. Whila our hopes of extending our or ganization so as to include all ex-pris-oncrs, with complete slate organizations has not been fully realized much prac tice! work has bsen dona that must produce desirab'e results in tho imme diato future. V.Te have now rcguarly chartered associations, cither sttte or local, in fifteen states, as follows: Pennsylvania 6, Michigan 7, Ohio ?, Indiana 3, Kentucky 2, Colorado 2, Massachusetts 2 Connecticut, Illinois, Wisconsin, Maryland, Virginia, Califor nia, Kansas and the District of Colum. bia making a total of 37 ojginaztions in all." The secretary repor.t shewed that one local association has been organized at Wickita, Kansas, and that regular state as--ociatien meetings havo" been held in the states of Indina, Ohm, VirJ ginia and Pennsylvania. The treasurer was absent and his place was occupied by Dr. O. A. Oesner o: Fremont, Ohio, and Ids lepoit hhotved that 31 1 had been re eved during the last teim. . The meeting then adjourned, and the members vere escorted through tija Unitd Slates mint by the comrades of the Pennsylvania nssocia Men Still Another. Undier & &hiiuum;y, tiro popular pro. prietnr of tin- Killi.irn inrlor, on Allen Ht. Iiatt'i.; ib.uIi- nrrjnsrni' Hl ilh tho propri tore ol llit Cili'jM'ca Si.li.iiz MilnruLc; bi-cr, line hail si i.ue ici ibi'it ercctta in t.mlr Miluoa .md.u, sow prepared t nerve lliiir numerous tuiIoKii s 'i ItTi trhojiieis of tIiNivlLln.ik.it bt-r iiU & U4,I.t, in cold U on 'u tiiid liv it. n 4 tf. .WtBl. Constable'.-? Sale. Br VIKTl F CF.VV F XEl'CTION ISSt'ED ui of .In' ! e I li i Itii li.irJ.oiiV Court, it ,Nci Oi.e luiMiiMp. (nuiity of t-ocliNr. Ttritl ur of ArizuiM, dated tlfr J0tU iln i)f Auu't. lv'".1. i'l a ciTtj'm lutlim wlieuin i t'n.r li! ,i. PLtii.tiT, r rm red juitir ntllt :isl!il-t ' li. I. IT-.I'd, iK-fcuihlUt, iil ;'ie :i 11 i .H .-f iu'isl. I" r). 1 1 j'.i i.-.iil i.fi.11 tUe fjllorltip dticrib ed iiiii e Ix, to- ii'- Ml ill.- lt.i.1 iii!i it d i i'..ju''. cf tlie said D -ic( din!, N B l.i.nd, in mill to tiie mill I'r.iii. in: vn a .fid t'i llfd !'ie MnriTJ r M Ml-nr t'liim: lid intv'ic-'t h-lns mi uuii'J .j.a us L.tli L'l d '.i.irirMi it.i Miii in ( liiu. 1 did jxtiit'e ln ii Iif'ticl, t ii i ln-f C oimtj. Ar rune. Tirritut,. t.i d M-r nii h Mil. n C 1 ' ii niii .' lied on llit." frst u r. J.i'iui'1, 1""' mil m ordrd on 'he ftltll l" Of -llllltlui j, l-Si. in Kl'''!lN 'f .v!ini. t. l'ii4 i; iu'i1) ll'.eurdi, in 1iCc U, pat 13. aaiil MrL'ritii Mining Clulm is i ii iPd I'liuut one milt- inl iiiil lin'f Snutb we tul tl.f uly o' lii'iiiti uc. and ulinul .iv Iinlf mile Wot of l!ie Sl.n- ill niinp, .d lit- iia-ncdiutLlj i:(i itli i.f tli Ksle uiiiif. Ci iiiiioiiciiii at tliif monument of r ! Si- iliir- ii;.- n itue pc-id .1 iu.i nmir TjO lot t -. -k-lj ji,d m uet ;e4!erl i it :'if"inr'n of iiwK, unit noni'iii-its .if ii ik-mi c u'ii con.i-r ur tlie cU'in. iti4 oT-i.ilf ii'.irii! IiiiP; bi'tu .i.l.ullid "ii f r 4n i!j; .f " ,i ! ,1KS" int! di'h rvturdtd a 'oil'!- Hccoidii 2 lu,.'iiii tli d.iy of Mjii ii, ";. !. . '.k. !j !t .t,r 'Ir-n tl z' i Tliuril ij-. In lut': d.i., hi "-i"fiiibir V. it lmAloik u in ol tii.it ilnj in trout r .liotin C i1. . .iiik'-"iti.T, Cnunlj i f to'lii-i. I uili tell ail the ris;tit, tltir'atfii intcre-t of s.iid N. B. l..iz.ii i!, in nrid to Hi'.-nlic d-i nlml prop i 'ly, jm'il. iiuitinn. fm i.-li i: wfiil cioncy to t.'-p i.ul t.ri mi I l.i it bitlil;r. to tif; I p...-;".i- n- ,'! (,, Uiti'd'il leu.lia' uj t.n Mill iljv of Aus- HE.a J.MES. Coiistiitilc Oomet Saloon Allen Street Between Sixth and Seventh Streets. Pasqual Nigra, Proprietor. Won'd announce to tlie public tbit lie 1 a ju-t r rnvnl nn Invoico of !me lintior-. ni.o -om eti.i nne Mjrtidl mid li-iine-i.y ISmmIj, i'uri V.i-e is:! Ho an! (iin, nud a liiso :oe". of ZinSndil i tid other imimrtcd iv in- In roinp.-ii d Aita tUc smoua lb a tini 1 1 iihrd l!)it. O. B. TABBELL, IISVl-Elt lit Fancy mid Siajrfc (1EGCEE1ES Fruits, Nut?, Candies, Liquors of the Finest quality and Tobac cos of all kinds. Kerps constintlj ci hand the fines' tir.indi of i.Mra ji d i jh ntidi-iull ni man in town Giie me h tr-al .md be roimmi'd. 2. E. COS SIXTH AND ALLEN. T. A. Atchison's old stand. Pioneer Meat. MABKET. FOURTH Street, Between Allen and Fremont. CO-'UR & DAVIS, - Frops. Would infon the people of Tombstone and ricmltv thst tliey arc now prepared to furni-h tlie bet of .Araericn lwef, porU nd mutton; aiuiiee, i-tr., at the lowuit rate. Cull .ind lie convinced St Julian, Tke Best Meal in Town. Private Parties a Specialty. S. S.BIKKS, Proprietor. GRAND PICNIC AND Social Dance, To be Given at Xeptuuc "Wells, Sunday Angr23. The wells are but 1 mile frsm town. Picnic to commence at 2 p m and last until 12 the same evening. 2fone but respectable people allowed. Music furnished by theTrovillian Bros. Ice cream and rtfrescmcaU at the grounds. Remember Fall moon. Tickets, CO Cent" Lndics Free. Order of Court. TN THE COCTT COUItT OF COCHISE A COl. NT Y AltlZOXA TEltJtlTOHY. In tli- DistM of Leo KorcT find B. 11. Tnr on, who h'nt.ilore do'io bafln- unl r ibi Cru cm aad tilo ef K r i r Jr Peukoii. Il alii c any mid tiirtton ltolu"l deblii-'f. I.e.. Kon tr mid I!. II, l'.t.ri" n. bawi fiiud li ihi- court, tie r p. tl Ion tclit-dulc n ilinMii or li I olmccy br which It appi-n lint thfy u n Miivtnti tlilorii.tli f' Id i.uK irnrr and 11. 11 5'iter unr-iitrby d claredtiliamWi;nl.Thi' Siir.acf ibo Coaii j of CoiMe lleirby Hi nt -l lo lukepoufcuftiu of i 1 the if tile rca. ci.d Inlnn at ol iLr mM l.io Kntner and i' II l'HT-on. dibt.i'. vkhclhcr of s parlilfrshlp o pfsoiiol 'han-ter exci-pt r uch as mrv be bj li iirinp' Irom rjurnimn. ud cl a 1 ibeir oci-d iiiU'L l. I it l. of li'io l i3d irj.ni'.aiid u t,irpinearnctirmy nnnl tneiniioiLtiui6t of ai a-i.ljriiii'Ol the ciUi. All ftffon are lorbid lru to pay nnvf debla to llw 'aIJ in'oln-ntt r il ii r of ih :b or to iI.Iimt cut I mi cny bo lonsb li to Hi. ni. or to iiny j ron, llrm of roriir ai oil ot ftMu.rlvi n tor ifjeir nn. The rain deb i n a t IiTilij l.iibid'lcn l-t trrun!ur or dtlitr an projurty umli ibo ftirthr ordir of lib Court, tiept a lorLli. orilnd. It Ulmtliar uidrird lhat nil Ifcp rjed'tor o' ia d I'cMorti. UhhiiiI pia. lufori tru HuL.MVh. Klir Mrie , Ji.d e rl Itir L'ourty Court of CocLls Conity, Arizoun Teinloi-j, li" put io'it. at Ih lourt runia ot said lonrt In ihf I'tj ol umli tui C. couiity and t pllo.-j ao omn', on the lOili diiy or scp:errh.r t"b.r, at 1U o'clock a. ot turt di. to rotf llulr deb aurt ih" c ooe oi in i v 3--'sn. c of th e-ta'.i- t i-aid if bt im. Ill- luiiburonl r.rt that iheonhr he puilh-a id tu tin: TnMEiriiNr, n oa 1) papei aid a LCi'iipu'iT ol .euenl clrcUih'U, puhl-h d In the i iti of I'no b li v in thu toiiLty or . ccbiri au I Timlor ..f ArVoi a, rrf oft n"a e haid paper i- pnblNhid before the dm t,.t lor tin. u. c I ' of ire Uon. And il if fdi tin i order Jed that In the meant'ni . ell IirLKicLsa,-iUi tl.e -aid in cl .l te hBToi. WbBaihi: !Ti:i I. l3l-ll I1I1K1 J, 1SS.1 C'oLIlIV Juil DOCTOR EDWARD WJNGARD. l'iiYicro' & Svnr.noN". Ofiice Fremont ftud 4:h St. Nest doni to Pcstofiire. pisejscs of Tom? a ac-J Children. u-'i'- IHI I I.1MI. I IIIHMIIJ Arizona MMl btac;. f r F.i.rba 1- (Oiini'itli:; for eii'i.ii and .iilio.ul 1ivm -it SJ.l." oilrik ii m Mul'i' I Pombstone,espBB!M and Ii je- Toml stone to lonnicl wih tr.iln io Sonorn .it 2 o VIoi L. p. m. at.ic in K.iiibiinU b; v..ij of LlMrlcston, leaves roii,ij-tons utS o'clock a. in., ana re turn upon ani.il of ln-on tt.uii. Stjc for limine ifaifi li rj u.orninir at C o'clock, except Sundays. 406 Allen St. Under Occidental Hotel, Robt, Crouch, Proprietor, m,T 'IL ommerfield Bro Fashion XXaTing" puchasedlthe Kollitiir Stock and Horses cpt J, C , Ounba, also makincr inany additional puctiases, w n i.t- pepaed to cSeto the Tombstone public the Finest Turn-outs Ever 13r,oTsglit to tlie Territory, and. on Reasonable Terms Transient and Boarding Animals Carefully Ctired For. .Allen. St.9 bet., 3d and 4th.. A. T. Jones, - - PyoprietQ For Salel Ono of the oldest and best paj ing restaurants in this cit7 will 1 old very reasonable if called for within the next two weeks. Sick ness causes thif-prcsent owner, to h-ave the territory. For particu lars call or address this ofiice, wh"er full information will be given. Dissolution Notice. The pirtncrfblp tn-rctcfcrr exitlnz nudi-r tb inn na-ceof'l l. MttIiI 4: Co. fnd betwerr 1. 1). .Mirrlll.T.t. Kimball, and J H. B'al-. la tl.i-lim ber ami mill i.uil'icp. ha tM taybeen i . ilkril livmiiu-l conut. and tjie builn-K ill! becontncirdln ihefu-uro bj BUir A Mer. rill, who will colloci all ;t03iiU nd pay all bills 7 O. It. SIERRILL T M KmaALL, jr. II, Blair CrrrV Canyon, Haaclaci M. nalaii.H,Auc, 1 "SS Co-Partcvslip Notice. tlie uiilerlgnpd. liaTe ih' day entered la t c pjrin-r-hl n ic tn 'tyle i-nd nome t I'.lalr A Me r ill. and r II collect all bills and pay all indebtedness of the old arm. O. D. Merrill, J. 11. Burnt. Uarr'h Canyon. Haacihea Monntaiarf Aug, 1,'SC 'otico. The undorsl?n d v. ill apply to tlie Eonrd of I'uidnii'. notr in at-Min, lor the Jiaidon o( L D Lmrfiice. coinictsi at the it.iy trrm ol tho I)IitrUtCo.irt ot Cochice county l'SH or iuanlaui;Uter. DfcN GOODKI01C. Atto-ney for I.. I). I.iWkence. TombJtoae August 21, 165. t &&& Stsgd line, Arizona, wp trn l.ourrt trains nn "Pouthcrn PacCi; avtr Vilri-uk iipnn nrri?al of Souora train. r-yjinri iiiinii'iijpaBar; Stables.