Tommy Lillard Known as the Frisco Kid, he’s not as foolish as he might seem, just a bit unlucky. He meant to just pass through Tucson on business, but somehow, things just haven’t worked out that way.
Aloysius John Baumberger
Tucson’s newly arrived intellectual came from New York with his impressive collection of books and equally impressive linguistic abilities in Spanish, French, Polish, and Italian (to name a few.) Books, a way with words, young: is it so surprising that the local ladies respond to him with such fervent interest?
A long way from home is Renn, a gunslinger turned rustler turned knight of the range. Fully adept in the western world’s roughest experiences, Renn has left his lady, Holly Ripple, at her ranch in New Mexico to track down the latest threat to her spread, a gang of rustlers whose boss seems to track all the way to Tucson. Renn, with characteristic determination, will haunt that trail until it is resolved.
Thirty two years old, married to Ann, and is originally from VA. He tried being farmer, rancher, worked in telegraph office, but doesn’t stick to a job long and blames it on others or ‘bad luck’. He loves his wife but doesn’t have motivation to stick to anything. Currently does odd jobs.
Kenneth Kingsley, Sr.
One of the first ‘notable’ businessmen to establish himself in Tucson, apart from the ranching moguls. He owns the Crystal Palace and appears to be the only one who can manage Viola Kingsley.