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SH0RT LOCALS TWAT HAVE BEEX COL ZECTB&BY OUR REPORTER And Aw "Written up to Suit Th.e Taste or our Numer ous Keaders A Dangerous Place to Visit A Model Mormon And Other News Tbs- belt California and ranch butter at & Cash Store of V alcott & Mssick. If you want to find a friend- go to the CryU Palace saloon, for he will be there-. Fresh eggs always ot. band a) the Casi Stare of Waxcorr & Mesick. "Oh.wby should the spirit of mortal- be proud. when you can get a schooner of ice CuW Anbauter beer draws through the psJeni German Fuuqtajii for tii cents per schooner at the Crystal Palace tntuon. Tb sports were n the war-path last sight Wt other than a few black eyes a ham was done. Ha arrests. 3. 3. Tatton and Mrs. Prilc Leslie re turned fros the Pnttun & Leslie ranch en Saturday evening last Mr. Genrge Camming, book Keeper for Byar, Finch & Baldwin, in Benson, who has been spending a few days ia this city departed th! cinrning Tor that burg YTath J. Zathrop, F. J. Case ani W. Me laiyre, arreted in Hoi brook chained with stealing ra. i:i Corhiae county, Arizona, are la the-city in iharg tf oiilcers, ox their way to Wtteox. Jouraai Sam Onidwater. Bishee; Capt. Floyd. Charles YandeTer, J. R. Richards, Jr. Haachuca; John II. Roberts and wile, J. R. Berber, Chinu&hua; M. 6. Fagrie. L. Cohen, Fairbank; are registered nt the Occidental boteh W take the pleasure ia recommend iag Hall's Hair Rrnewer to oar readers It restores eray hair te its youthful color prevents baldness, caakes the hair soft and glossy, does not stain the skin, and is the best kaown remedy for hair and scalp diseases. Mr. 3. 1 Avers left to-day for Bud Francisco to foraa a company for the purchase ef the Great Atrcrican mine is the 8wisshIffM. Jtr. Ayera succeeded in getting a bond on this phenomenally rich property sad expects to have a powerful syndicate take hold of the pro prty within a week or two. Citizen Yesterday was a 7ery tall day among the sporting fraternity. Several horse Mcas at 7llings track. A tarn bnnk taken in to-thi; tune of $350 and n general go as yo- please at PicK era up. including judges, bank proprietors, bote keepers, army officers and-some cono'y Seers. Some of the tenderfoot resident, have ex pressed their surprise at the lisrbt fill ef rain ibis teamn la Tucson Any weather cleik who would be sa profligate as to waato good wet water upon a community so utterly obiirious to IU commonest purpose of age, would be retarded as aa offensive partisan, totally lacking in discriminating ability, and cot qualified to reign any longer. Citizen. A correspondent of the Turn a Republican ssystbat coffee has been successfully grafted on the Eicseulte trees. The grafting Is done In ordinary manner and tbe growth and yield is wonderful. A large tree fully grafted will produce in three years hundreds of pounds of the bean annually, and being long Bred It will prove a wealthy ioheritanca fox generations. Mr. Jones, the Pioneer Mormon, pasoed through here Tuesday en route frnta Terape to Chihuahua. lie slopped long enough to inform nt that while he was not tbe posses sor of even one wife, be believe in polygamy, asd stood ready to prove by the bible that it was right. Mai caring to nil the column? oJtblstroly religious. papar with, a discus sion of Mcrnonlsm, we did sot take Issue with him. He-is going to Mexico iu tbe in terest of a Mormon colony, and expects to he gone one year. Enterprise. A newspaper reader was oat hunting-the other day, and a storm coming on he crept lata a hollow log for shelter. A'tertbe etorm abated he endeavored te craw) out, but found .that the log bad swollen so that It was impossible to ssske Us txit. Be en dearored to compress himself as much as possible, tmt with indifferent success. He thought of all mean thing be bad ever done, until finally bis mind reverted to tbe fact that instead ef subscribing for his local pi per he was in tbe habit of borrowing it from kit neighbor, and thaseelraadlog the printer On this he felt so email that he flipped oat 1 tte log without u effort: Dangerous Place to Visit. Mexico Is nut tbe safest place to visit jus now. Between the jellovv fcrer aud tbe Indians tbe country presents few attractions far strangers. From a letter received by a gentlemau la the slater republic Is extremely haaardou. The whale Guenero and Sabua- rip, districts are in a state of alato. recent ly a band ut 130 Acacht'S appiartd ulihiu sixteen mils cf the mining ton of Multito- atd stole-a large land of liaise-1, tbe prup. erty of l.a Trinid&d Mluli g company. Tin. letter anticipate tlut by tbts time-all the Indians who left the San Carlos reservation are stationed in tbe cunt on stronghold of the Aptcbes iu llic Rio ILiro, not more than twenty miles from Mulatos. TUc people thercabeut exptct the savages to take to t lie trail at any time, and. ara In c state of con stant terror. Captain Cuen, brother-ia-lcw of Aguajo brother!", ti.e owners of the Mu latos mine, superintendent of the mine, wi killed on the 2Sth ultimo, ana Don Locadio Aguayo, one of the owners of the mlje, hu gone to the City of .Mexu-o. The section It reported to be coiaplati-ly overrun with Apache redskins. All the mericans and olhcr rclgnera thereabouts arc leaving foi ilermoslllo and Guaymas. The Mulntoi-mine- aud mill bare shut down and every body connicted with the property has fied ThU condition, it is feursJ, viill prevail for some months. S T. Post. MjvTVin. Ilerriiigtoa, of the PJpjey dis ttict.wai In town this week. He Is inter cstcd in the rich gold strike made in that sectiiu a few days elnce by Metsis. Hjte, Watson, HerrlDtuii and others lie I3 the owners of the claims can make money chlojiding. The vein Is. from ciht to ten inches idc, and, contains ore running from 1C3 to tSfiOO. Thegangue Is red oxide of I or, a greaten portion of which is dvcom posed. Tbe ledge crops out a distance of one mile, on; i til covered by locations. Claim owners are now at work taklnr out ore for shipment, and a great many men an pruspectiuc in the vicinity in the hope nf makisg similar "Endi,." This lead is located about eight miles from PJvcrsWe, on the Mjuth sido of the Gila, acd about six lni:e from the Ilm-kber y springs, P.ipsey dhtrict. Mining in Pinal cnunty is beginning to boom, inislie ia now far in advance of sifter counties Li producing mines. Enterprise. Ft T Something She Hated Wlmt is it. sissy! said nn Allen street irrncj-rynisn to a little girl, who w.. swinging against the side of the counter. oiling out hrr tongue and looking tiaiul Well, what is it? I dannn. Wns it briad! No, sir; sho borrowed that ol 2Irs. Tigss'-as. Wis it mea! No, I a'pect it wasn't that, crz wc'vi enough to look at it if anybody come. in, and that's al we has it for. It wasn't sugar? My, no! times is ton hard for that, px says, and I nevT cmtJdn't forget sugar no how, cos I lice that it. I guess tt was sumpin I don't like, or mv be I won't fnrect it. Then it must have been suapl Oil. yes, that's it. 1 knowed it wat sumpin I hated. IiUi.7tUirj Jffgt. From Mr. John Sheeliy one of oui sterling frontiers men who arrived in tliit- city to-day, we learn that the Mexican and Apaches had a running fight about fourteen miles west of Sinta Cruz. rhcro were SO bucks and onl fourteen Mexicans. The Mi-xicins ki'led th:e. Indiana and wounded four, and the Mexican lojg was one killed, nnd three wounded, one of whom was expected tu die named L"Uts Selgado and was taken to Fort Huachnea for treatment. Mr Sheeliy eays that the people in Sonorit are terror stricken. Iho Indiats were heading for the Sierra Madies. Recovered. Sheriff Gard of Los Angeles, Cal.. passed through Fuirbank to-day with the bar of bullion which was stolen 'ram the Et. Helena mine In Mexico. It will be remembered by our readers that Tiiz Tombstone published n act ount of the capture of one Smith, at C"lton, by Sheriff Card. Sinre tbe arrest Sheriff Gard has been working u; the case and at last was rewarded by ascertaining where De bullion was placed. Bo miautely lid the Sheriff note the place that on Thurs day last he left Los Angeles and proreeded to Ilermosillo, and about 15 miles from the place recovered the bar which weighed 15'J pouads and was valued at $13,009. Tbe Sheriff will receive a reward cf 2,000 for recovery ot the bar and $2,000 for the airest of the thief. Pretty good work. Voun y Records. The following instrcsns its Lave been filed in the office of the County Recorder: VARBUGX CERTIFICATE. Pricillano Estrado to Jnaoo Vindiola. in Willcox, August 17, 1895; bj tbe Ber. Faiber Kvzritv CITY NEWS. COLLECTED EVERY DAX IX THE WEEK By our Handy Hired Man Whose Sole Aim Is To Please our Headers Consisting of Choice -Local And Territorial News and other Scraps Knight'a cf Pythias meet to-nighl. T'ie nttendince at tbe races yesterday ws not as large as vti-.s expected. Another crj ivablo party wis given a' lie Casino Giirdens Inst evening. Sergeant Corn depaited this morninp fiir Furt HuxcIiuch. V. II. Tgn left this mnraing for hit ranch in the Huachuciis. The thermometer registered but 70 de rees nt noon to-day. Cnpt. Floy d, Lieut. Rfchards, J. and Chas Vandeer were in this city-yesterday from the Huarhura?. Cnunty Ceik Wi'l-tce left this after iio-m for Fort Huachuca to rusticate few diys. The entertainment "iven by Tombstnm lodge. N'i. 3, A. O. U. iV. will tak ulace Wednesday evening at ScliieTellti mll. It is expected that the cast bound 'rnin will arrive on tt te at Benson to lay and- our citis-ns will receive theii lelayed western mail. Justice Alvord yesterday at 10 o'clock h'-ld C. A. Tucker tor ten dnys ic otdc o receive the neciuary pspirs from Xew lli-xtco. Maynnrd's Tfi3hion got away w'th th--nee an-' money nt the truck yesterdwy ieatin Io's mare about 40 feet S- ve rtl othi-r r.tces took place and a gooi i me wi.s Imd. From Mr. Sim Brannen Jr. nho ar rived in this city this afternoon iron Oona. Sonnra, a reporter learned the ievs cnnfiraiing the nport of the deeti f Nina one of the Apache chiefs and he wounding of Geronlmo anil the kill- lug of eight bucks and tin ca-tureol ixteen squaws Bnd three childreu. The pic nic hik! soinl dance given 1 y Ur. J. C. Brady, at Jfeptuno wells yes erdiy afiernin and evenins was h rand sucbess, everybody preMint ex- prtssiog the one s-ctimeut that they hmi i good time. Mr. Brady will enntinu- to give these little foci.il s thereby pleas ng all our citizens. If any pers-n thinks that Ti-mbstnn 8 dull they should have noticed ytster Uy's happenings. A Urge crowd was n ttetidance at the rre ir-ck, anithei -rowd nt Neptune wells, ao-l siiHano'ht-: it the Casino gardens, besidi s the fur hat n great many people were out in th c untry driving. Disitc all this thi t wn presented a lively appearance What t"n iu Arizona can show up liki- this at the pieient time. Races. The attendance at the race truck yesterday was nut as rood as the races deserved. The first race was a 400 yard dash between Ben Mayn&ro'a Fashion and Igo's black mare, I o to beat tbe Fashion tweenty feet, tor a turse of $100. Sir. Doling had built a straight track, which was all that could be desired. About 3 o'clock the horses were called up aud with a pood etartthu old gray coming out under the wire tweenty feet ahead of the mare.. After the first race which was the chelf event of the dy, a race was mudd np be- tween tbe old gray and Tweed's colt for 2f a side, a half-mile dash, which was won by the gray. Several other scrub races iveie then gotten up, which concluded the day' sport. Court Xcvrs. In Justice Clark's court to-dy in the case of territory vs. Andy Mehnn, thi defendant was neld to answ.r fur assault and battery in the sum, of $50C The charge of assault with a deadly weapon was dismissed. In the cas of YT. H. Smith charged with grand larceny,, in being implicated in the rubbing of the safe of Fltzhenry & Mansfield, the prisomr ws ordered to appear lor trial to morrow morning at 10 o'cloek, bail being fixed a $.500. Arnold's Wood Tard. Corner .Eight ana SanVd Streets. Dry cord and st.ve wood at lowest rates Leave orders with ArnoTd'stxpress wagon Since opposition to the wholesale batchers has commenced, we notice a I vast Improvement & toe ousiitv of meat All the Romance Knocked Out of an Eloptment by a Fall. "Ah, one yard or two!" The speaker was a rlbboa-wrestler in a First street dry (roods t3re and the above query was addressed to tbe only daurhtctof a prominent citizen of the city a few months lago. Sue was very main struck with the young mac, and told several of her Intimate friends that "Cholly was perfectly splendid." She ued to go to the store nearly every day, and the governor woaldklck savagely he-i the bill wuuld- come In on the Ut ol the month. Their ncqualntenc rvjr the counter at length rci-ultid In an invitation to call, and Cholly mde himself very nun erous around the family tnarslon several evenings during the week. The old man said to his dauglitor one day. 'Villa, bo Is this waxwork who is m-ak-lug himself so coon around beret ' "Why, pa, that's Mr. , and he Is a rsnl .lice young man -v ha plays, the pbuo and sings lonely." The go-ernor Informed his daughtsr that be diiinot v.ant him moukejhig aiouad there any more, tud if he ever found lilin In ihe hoiuc again he would tie him to the lenc-c atid baik a mule against lilm. Julia cried for a few hcurs ami Anally went d'luntotlie store and told Cholly that the IsfOiernor had reuderedan opinion and IseUed an injunction. Clandestine meetings followed, acl one evening while they were dicussing the un evenness that char.ictcrizsd tht. course ol .rue love, Cholly said: "Let's skip out, and get married, end let old Jb!utt sweat." After a moment's hesitation Julia con--euud, and the elopeuunt was at once ar ranged. Oa the next evening Cliclly was to lomeund.-r l.er window at 11 o'clock and she would lower heri-elf by a rope. Old JubloL', as the young nun very disre spectfully designated the futher of iiU ido.. ecupieda room, directly bjlowth.it of hi dansh'er. Julia, although a very charming girl, kuks tlie betm at 130 pounds, and when she commenced to slide down the rope the next nU'httuc bumped against the side of the hout" and raked tbe shutters of her father's window. The old man aearieg the noise thought that the roblwrs were tryinu t break in, aud rushing to tbe window he av tin- rone tretehed very tight and shtki g iruund j-s though some oue was (.limbing up. The old in aa seized bis razor that was lying on lue bur-au aud cut the rope. Cholly at this momnt was standing direct y uiider Julia, ready to rcscuu hjr as 6he nearcd. the ground, and when the rone parted the fell on him like a britk house. and he was crushed, to tbe ground, a shape les nj;i9. -Oh, my darling. I have kll'cd hlm,"-sairt fulia, and two screams rent the air. Old Joblotswho heard the exclamation, ruhed down stairs and out tbe frontdoor. lie took the situation In at a glance, and aio took bis daughter In. the house, w hire he fell into her mother's arms, hyslt.rii.ally trying that Chotly -was dead. Joblots Vietitfor assistance, and Cholly 's nsensible remain were taken to his board. ing bouse, where he now lies la a critical condition. Friends of the family have trU-d to keep the affair quiet, but K has leaked out, and it is stated that the young lady' father has said that he will offer bj further opt.o.it!on to the marriage if the unfortunate young man recovers. After breakfast, to make yourself feel 'appy, go to Ashmun & Walker's and purchase a choice imported cigar. The Pioneer mills flour, Sacramentc, : the best in tbe market. Fur sale at the Cish dtoie of Wolcott & Mbssice. PtlbUe P0'Hl". AH persons at; bmt; retlfied not to 'jor- chasea certain t,(.i.pu.r.i ting to be secured by dinning and other considerations, ai Manning' Station, County of Cochise. Terri tory of Arizona, nd dated about Jsly 1m 18S1. and supposed to be in the possession of A. Fortlouis or Cadwell Stanford of Tomb. itone, as the same is void for want of con Mdcratlon. xy. F. BiSXi.N-0, Baxxjq'3 FTATios.Aug. tl, lSb5. OFFSHOOTS. Good linen shirts $1.25 at Meyers. $6 pants for Hat J. Meyers t Bro Overalls 75 centa per pair at Meyers, Flannel underwear for cost at Meyers Tea Kettle whisky at Eafferty's saloon Shoes for your own price at J.Meyers Bro. Kor genuine Tea Ketile whisky go to CapL Raflertys' i tele leather trunk given away with eve., purchase at J. Meyers S Bros. All goods below cost at J.. Meyers & Bro Allen and Fifth, streets. Full stock :oi boots for $4 at J. Meyers A Bros. For Sale. The undersigned bring desirous of engag Ing other business, offers the old t stablUhed Eclipse Bakery of thia city for sale, and will sell it at a bargain if called for soon. Call or address. J. M.Njuh. TnbstoneAX. THIS COLUMN WIJ.L QOXTA3X ADAILJ RE: SUM EOF The Local Happening Of Tho Lively Tovn Ot Charles ton And Will Be Edited By Samuel Mc- Claren, Who will Tal;a Subscription and niako Advertising- Contracts; (This column is edited by Sim Ms Ciftieu at Clinr.istoD, and ci linens of thai burg ttI-.o know any itcira will please tiaad then in to him every day belora he sfige leaves.) Charleston. The psople of Charleston would I'Jo to know what Mr. Fae Is golag to do -Uh th; Bradlmv rail! The hoisting work Urra been removed and nothing else done; coi eien to paying thu walthuian for three months. 1). J. IVinkin was In. town yesterday and e lean, that he Is on his way to Mr. Lj ou'a. ranch to trade for some brood mares. Mr. Pat Tinney and .Mr. Ilarptc of this place are lt-itmg Touibitoac. The band at port Huachuca wlllgivs r. ball at the hotsl, et that pLiie,. to,nlght. There iiillbc eeveral parties from ToiaU. stona attend, and aUo Geo. Lowe, Joe Milter. J. B. Ay ert aud the MiClurun brothers froa Charltstoi. will attend. Prices cannot be beat at Ilerrera A Mc- Clur-.'i More. Ihtyglve aw ay articles thai you would have to pny for elsewhere. OH Sol has emerged Irom the clouds, sni U busily tugagtdin dryiaupour muddy streets. Mr. Green of Green & Eoberis. passed through town last night on his way to tha county ei.it. Mr. Kelly, of Samsey Canyon, arrived hers this morning iO learn Soiue of the facts o the reuuitid killing of hi soi by Indians, near Wi u line rtcently. lie started for tha scene of the reported fight, to-day. Mr. T. ll'ompsun was in town to-day front the K"apire district, ai.d is on his way t Tombloue. whhlicamp lie so.) s can't be beat. So s i we -II of u. Billy Cray ton was in town yesterday sell ing sodi. '1 hat drink is not in our line-hut we will tiyand hcluhim out. Gus Spanhack was in town to-day from the Urudsh.iw mill. Cha;!(Ston people rouhl like to knaw what Mr. Fay is going to do with the Erad Law mill, whuh he rcreutly purchased. Jack Qi'Jiineu returned, from the eounty seal to.Liy. A race between Charley Young's roan pony, and smother hore whose owner vte hae not learned, will tome off on tho Charleston track ca "Pay- cay." Lieiiteiuint Fillmore and James Adams, were in from Hiii.cliu.ea to-day isitiug Charlerton. Col. Breston pscd through Chirlestoa .o.d.iyon hi way to Fort Huacuuea. H came from Bisbee. Taken Up. On the ith day of last July a aea.b'ttcn gray horse, banded with Spanish brand on left lup and. right hind leg, ruse to tbe Cali fornia Ranch. The owner c.in have the satue by i ailing at the L'iliie Bakery and proving propeity and paying Uurge. augl8.1ua Ecn't Forget All kinds of tailoring done. Clotbea ma'le, cleaned and repaired at the lowest .iving rates at the tailoring establish, ment of Cha3. Harris, in Bauer'a nlock, on Fo.trth street. Charles Ht rns comes to tho iroai. eceived to-day, the latest and finest act Iwst pants patterns ever seen ia Toab stone. It aiv gentleman wants a pair of pitsts made cf tho latest goods aa iierfect fit, I will guarantee it or no. pay, Pacts made Irom $11 up to $14. Coma nnii examine my goods. It don't coat you a cent to exau;ne my gnodd. Cn AXLES H.RSIS. Bauer's Block, Fourth St. Tomf'tc3 6-4t.- , - Occidental ITotel. Tho only first-class hotel ia Tombstone. Situated on the corner oi Fourth and allien streets. Haudsomely furnished throighout, and i.as all aod ru improvements. Travelers are recom mended to stop at this- bose. Fjivate -ooms for commercial travelers, no bar of this house is furnished wild la proved billiard tables and cord joomp, and is slocked with the finest brands ci wines,, liquors and cigars. a6tf JoiErn Pa jchoiot. Proprietor-. Notice to Creditors. -. Estate of Michael Hayley, deceased ;. Hottce Is hereby given by the undersigned, admin, inrator of the Estate of Michael Hayley, de 1 cased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the taUt dVceared.tb exhibit thrmwi'b the naccsary vouchers, wltbia four raosths after the fitst publication ol this notice, to 'no said" Administrator at bis saloon, on Aden street, between "Fifth and Sixth streets, in Tombstone, in Uf countvt.f Cochise. Dated July 24, 1885. J. C. DEAV. Administrator of the Estate of Michael Hsjleyt deceased. ' f lume w & KM A Vot ' 8 N ' ' iiral Um Jj.of 1 Wl In a 1. ST H' Jll) Lew -"T 0US n ltnrr -ki for ' U'.ir-, " AL'UC . T -- , "" ' I ToisWwuc.-- ; straatsi 3 f MSj- j-.. r n1 ":Tk- . - - ii -TstrcaittW &ci) iweV0Liiaihnu-. - ".