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THE DAILY TOMBSTONE
The Pioneer Daily oi the Camp.
DECEMBER 12 1885
FVBMnhED EVKKY EVENING,
JAMES J, NASH.
Washington, December 11. After
the introduction and reference of a
number of billsthe senate at 1:10 p.
m., on motion of Senator Ingalls ad
journed. Among the bills introduced and re
ferred after the transaction of lomt
soutino business were the following.
By Senator Cullom of Illinois To
reimburse the several states for inter
est paid on war loans.
By Senator Jones of Arkansas To
provide for the deposit in the treasury
of the receipts of the money order
system and for the payment of its ex
penses out of appropriations, and also
secure cheaper telegraphic corres
pondence. By Senator Wilson of Iowa To
prohibit the mailing of newspapers
containing lottery advertisements, and
prescribing a penalty for violation of
By St nator Palmer of Michigan
To prevent the introduction and dif
fusion of contagious and infectious
diseases in the United States, and to
promote the general sanitary welfare
of the people.
By Senator Cockrell of Missouri
Kcferring to the court claims for prop
erty seized by General Johnton on the
Utah expedition ; alto for the relief of
the heirs of colored soldiers who
served in the war of the rebellion.
Senator Hale offered the following
resolution, which was agreed to:
Whereas, It is alleged that S. S.
Brown, a citizen of the stat of Msine,
has been instrumental in procuring
the removal of certain postmasters in
sid state mid the appointment of
other pernme fo sere in their htead,
Whereat-, It is further alleged that
said Brown has written to parties
whose appointment he has procured
as aforeraiil, letters in form and sub
stance like the following :
Dt-ar .Sir: I have secured your ap
pointment as postmaster at your
place. Your paper will be sent in a
day or two. If you feel like sending
a smi.ll sum to help defray the expen
ses of attending to Maine matters you
mtry do so. Respectfully yours,
S. S. Brown.
Therefore, Resolved, That the post
master general and is hereby directed
to furnish to the senate a list of the
postofBces in Maine and the names of
the persons removed and of those ap
pointed postmasters at the samu,where
the Eaid S. S. Brown ha6 favorably
recommended the same or endorsed
the application therefor.
The following resolution offered by
Senator Vest was agreed to :
Resolved, That the president be re
quested, if not incompatible with the
public interest, to transmit the senate
the correspondence had by the gov
ernment of he United States with the
government of Italy and Austria-Hungary
in relation to the appointment
by this government of A. M. Keily as
envoy extraordinary and minister
plenipotentiary, first to the govern
ment of Italy and then to that of
Austria-Hungary, and also any other
correspondence, the information of
which may be deemed by the presi
dent of importance and pertinent to
the subject matter of the resolution.
A resolution offered by Senator
Morrill was agreed to, requesting the
president.if not incompatible with the
public interest, to transmute to the
senate any information or documents
received from our counsel general at
Paris, or from our special agent sent
to the financial centres of Europe, in
respect to the establishment of such
an international ratio of gold and sil
rer coinage of both metals at the
mints of those countries and our own.
A resolution offered by Senator Wil
son, of Iowa, was at his request laid
on the table for the present, but or
dered printed, calling on the secretary
of the interior for a copy cf each re
port made by the government direct
ors of the Union Pacific railroad com
pany from the date of the 'first ap
pointmtnt of such directors to the
At his own request Senator Riddle
berger was relieved from service on
the committee on railroads.
Senator Maxey, at his own request,
was relieved from service on the com
mittee on railway affairs. Senator
Waltham was appointed in his stead.
There being no further business the
Wabhutoton, Dec. 11. After the
reading and approval of the journal,
the speaker asked and received the
permission of the house to appoint
the committees on rules, accounts and
Mr. Morrison, of Illinois, offered a
resolution, for reference to the com
mittee on rules when appointed, con
tinuing in force the rules of the
Forty-eight congress with certain
modifications, among them being one
for the distribution of the work of
the appropriation committee among
other standing committees of the
house, this committee to be still left
with jurisdiction over legislative and
sundry civil bills, and the well known
rule 21 proposed to be amended by
striking out the clause which provides
that no provision in any such bill
(general appropriation) or amend
ment changing existing laws be in
order except as being germaine to the
subject matter of the bill, or shall re
trench expenditures by a reduction of
the number and salary of officers of
the United States, by a reduction of
compensation to any person paid out
of the United States treasury, or by a
reduction of the amounts of money
caused by the bill. Reference of the
resolution was ordered.
Mr. Springer, of Illinois, presented
for immediate action a code of rules
prepared by him, which have already
Mr. Herbert, of Alabama, rai.,ed a
point of order against the proposition,
but withdraws it for the present to
enable Mr. Springer to explain his
Mr. Hammond, of Georgia, offered
a resolution declaring that pending
the consideration of the proposed
rules, and until the rules of the house
shall be adopted, the house be gov
erned by the rules of precedure of the
last house so far as applicable, and by
Considerable debate ensued as to
whether the house was to be governed
by the rule of the preceding congrera
until new ones are adopted.
The speaker appointed a committee
on rules as follows: The speaker,
Messrs. Randall, Morrison, Reed and
Hiscock. In order togie the com
mittee time to consider '.tie various
propositions referred to it, on motion
of Mr. Morrison the house adjourned
Mr. Dan Ieuch, the genial proprietor
of the Maiion Doree received to-day
five hundred eastern shell oysters,
and Dan defies any cook in town to
beat him in serving them to his nu
merous customers in the different
Don't pass the Fifth street News
Depot, but come in and examine the
Zephers, yarns, and all kinds of
fancy goods, at the New Sure.
Fine Teas and Co ffeej s apecialty
at R. P. Mansfield's.
Blankets and quilts very cheap at
the New York Store.
All new stylo dress goods, at the
New York Store
Fall otock ilf boou foi $4 at J. Meyers A
Information is wanted of R. M.
Brodericlc who left Tombstone about
June last, as his wife is dead and
buried and hit two orphan children
are dependent upon the public. New
Mexico and Colorado papers please
copy. Address Mra. Carrie Gregory,
Tombstone, Arizona. tf
A choice lot of dried fruit of all
kinds, at R. P. Mansfield's.
Just look at us, Seamans &. Son we
are bristling with holiday goods, our
show window is nothing compared
with our display inside. tf
Jockey Queen cigars 12$ cents each
at Ashmun fc Walkers,
Live ducks, turkeys and chickens
at Dyar & Baldwin's on Fremont
Dyar A Baldwin have a fine let of
live Thaaksgiviag turkeys. 11-19
IVotlce to I lie Public.
The General Merchandise business
and real estate formerly owned by
Bothin, Tweed fc Co., is for sale to
the highest bidder.
Those wishing to buy can either'
purchase the merchandise and real
estate together or separate.
All bids to be sent scaled to II. J.
Sadler, care of Albert Man it Co., San
Francisco, California, and endorsed
"Bids for Merchandise" for "real es
tate" or "merchandise and real es
tate" said bids to be in, on or before
January 1st 18SC.
The right to reject any and all bids
By Order of Committee.
All accounts due to the late firm of
Bothin, Tweed it Co., miht be paid
immediately, otherwise suit will be
commenced without delay.
II. J. Sadler.
Twenty lots of new clothes just re
ceived at Summerfield Bro. Come
and see them before purchasing else
New Skating Rink.
BAUER & BAKON.
Fourth St., between Safford
skatix; e cry a i"ri:ss::
Ami E. esiin;r.
QUEEN LODGE, A.O.U.W.
Thursday Evening, Dec 24, I3S5.
Tickets Admitting Gentleman and
Ladies (supper included). 52..")D
Committee of IimtJtioii Every meml-cr of
Cumniilti'c f Arr.tii.reiiieiil- XV. M. IVjiik,
It. Kuh1.i1;, Frank True, XV Mi ,.!.
J. .Muirliv.id, E.(J Norlim, II. J)ul. el,.ir
Floor il.uiiii:t;r XV. V. l'liu-. . MiCom .
Musii al Director D: . J. (5. Ilirncj
t " .-. .. l-w -I -. .-. Td ii?-iA
Hilton fc r5ioor. .tlsmsisrcr
Allen St. between Second anil 'lliir.l,
THE FINEST OF
. Veal aiidSaiiffare,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
M-nt di-lltercd to all parts of tlie city free
We lis i t i ' i mII. !' f
I would inform tl:c public Hint I liavc
opened a tlrsi cl.is shop In ctury ;urlicul.ir.
GIVE ME A TltlAL.
Ladies' Hair Cuttmjr and Sliain
Iooin;r a Specialty.
Private cntr.iiicc in rear of lioli-l for l..utle.
I yiT.L REDEEM "WARRANTS
Nos. -0 :nid 21, iliawn o:i the Co.nity
Road Fund if presented within ten
days. A. J. R1TTER,
Tombstone, Dec 8, IStfS.
NOTICE IS 1IEKEBV GIVEN THAT IX
Obedience t: mi uidcr of tlie Jiul'c uf ti
Prob.ite Court, nimlt- November U0. IbBo, 1
will pel I t tlie hili("t mid tct bidder, on
lheM dny tf Dec einbcr, lbS3, nt piiv.iii
iale onclialf the purclnirc money to be
p.ild in CJSli, tlie b.ilanec to lie paid in Inn
qunl installment', in t'irre and i"C tnoiith
from the U.ite of s.ile, with Interest :it tiic
rate of ore and oiiu.li.uf percent, per month
secured by note and two aninoied oc uritit-r-
the follow Ins dei rilwd property lielonir
nit to the EsUtn or Michael Xootiun, de
ceased, to u it : ,
An undivided tli;ccfourtli Iitere-t in 4Zi
Held of cattle more or le-. lir.nn.Vd N. t!i
in undivided three-fourth Interest in the
fUnth known as N'oiin.in K.inrl '.., Sulphur
Bid will be coaled a'id deposited In the
office of the Probite Jurt. I rcerve the
right to reject any all bida.
J. C. DEN,
DUd Tooibstoje, Mo7. 20, ldS5.
.tUfonda Wire Works
;:c m;c:t ci., saw francisco,
"U t -4Clbs,JEt Ol
VERYTHING IN WIRE
Z. - "iMs-SitiiaI
I i ir ail, !iuu Ai.it vtctfl. UutfaiiUed of tht
iV aiiiwir nia'i hip.
"iUlCi V OCrcGllS ue. all wth up U lW.
ft;,-, ( for UK jrJi.h, telephone, b<iijf hay, fencci,
ilC 1 1'ild ,- . S"'"". "' !-" kind Mid !
Dal iJcll if 115 t - - -"J l"hit, regular d
tlikkbtt. Ourm-t.u...rs are iiarantcod agaaitto
Gopher Traps, Bird Cagesltripi
vact aarit3, suaiincr-hoUM-s, tc
Wire Cloth and NettingM.3
Je-rte af btrentli.
Aii kinds of Wire Goods
for tha Jllnir, Fariuir and gtoetti public
.VOrC-HV) defy enmpetlUom mm4 BtU rl
better iraodn t lean price Ukaa eaotora mmmm
The Great English Remedy
?"S- IvSSHsl u u a nevcr fal,lnK
jJ525fej55jMcure for nervous de-KflS-..Bbilitv.
fjgj fc. . T&Htality, seminal weak-f
iftf vKZ-S&vwKW-'Hii "e"i sperinaiorruea,
lost maunooa. impo
tiMipv. tiarnlvslt. and
all the terrible effects
of self abuse, youth
follies and excesses in
mature vears sucli
as loss ol memory, zassitude, nocturnal einis
IoiiA, aversions to society, diwness of vis
ioi., tiolce in the head, the vital fluid pa
Ins: unob-erved through the urine, and many
other dii-aes Hint lead to insanity and death.
In Mintie. who is .i retilur frr.iduuU-d
i!iithin, will iiirr"! to forfeit live hundred
dollar for a cae of this k'unl that tlie Vital
Uc-t.ir.ithe (under hi- speeiil deM-e and
lie.itniLiit) will not ure. or for anything im
pure or injurious found in it. lr. Mintle
treats .ill di-sea-es successfullj without ruer
eir. CoiiMiltj'inn free- Tiirrougli exam
iiuiion and advice, including muiljsi ol
urine. $5. Price of Vital Krstoratie $1.50 a
bo'tle, or four times tlie quantity jor $5;
s;ni to any address upon receipt of price, or
". O. t) pectin- from ohservation and in pri
ate nae. it desired, by A. E. JIINTIE. M.
Dr. No- 12 Kearny trce', San Francisco, Cal.
Dr. Mimic's Kidnev Remedy, Newnm
ccMiurunll kinds of kidney and bladder
complaints. i:cniiofrlireii, lecucorrlne.i, (jleet.
For .ile by a.l druiCKists; $1 a bottle, six
Dr. Jlirtie's Uindclion I'ills and the best
"d cheapest dspepsi.i and billious cure in
i markot. For srle by all druists.
Sample Bottle Free,
Obe sent to any one applying by letter
stitinir sjmptonis, sex and ai;e. Strict 6e.
rccy in regard to all busir.eas trantattlons.
Is acknowledscd by eminent burgeon t le
t'ie purist and finest known, and inrdsi1tlc
SIMMONDS' KENTUCKT NABOB BOCt
BON WllIsKY h.i ber wrii known for
meny jc-irs, beinjr upstirpnh.ed fc iUezre
'cm qu.ilitv .tnd delicious flavor. Everybo..
lm lus tried it says it is the best in k,
r.uuilicb supplied by the gallon, ca,' ; or
I3r"None genuine unless my sioatu.s U
acinic the lork, -G. Simminds."
My ai'ent it :iuthori7ed to sell to the trade,
half barrel, barrel directkhipment from Ken
Hi' ky or fioin his warehouse a; Sail Bernar
dino Sold by the bottle and gallon by
BOTH IN, TWEED & COMPANY.
Soie Agents for Tombstone and vicinity.
BUY THE BEST QUALITY
Union India Rubber Co.s.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
Be ure the boots arc stamped on the heels
Tnion Irdin Itubber Co. Crack Proof," and
have 'he Pure Gum Spring on the loot and
intep, which prevent their cmckinjf, and
mrkeft them the most durabU Rubber Boot
made. TRY OUR
frir MTnr.ailr fn. mining 41.Y.. a...
one vrishlus a i cry strong and durabld boot
rwi o.uc u un ucuicrs. ah xinas rubber
belting, picking. hoe, sprir.gs, clothiiic,
boots. s!jci .
EST.'.'iE OF GEO. KLINE. DECEASED,
ne creditors of and all nertons. kavlnir
claims againf tlie above named Estate are
li rel.y notified to exhibit Iheit claims with
(he neceary vouchers to me within four
months after the fln-t publication of this
notice at my residence In the Village of
Bisbce, County of Cochise, Territory ol All
zona, or the aroe will be forevci barred.
Dated al Bisbcc, Vnv.-nibcr 11th, 1885.
Adroinlstratrr ftf the Sstate of Qtirge
Su & &MMm
Just Eec'eived at ijpe
PIONEER JEWELRY STORE !
The Finest, Largest and Best Selected Stock of
Gold and Silver
Silverware and Holiday Novelties
Ever Brought to this Territory.
JPriees Tfced.ii.eecl to !nit tlie Times.
CAI.I. AS SEE. , -.
H. SCHMIEDING. PROPRIETOR.
As we have concluded to reduce our immense Stock of Goods such as
We will say for the benefit of our customers of Tomostone and vicinity
that the REDUCED SALE will only last till Christmas.
Now is th; time for everybody to come and see us before
In Clothing and Furnishing Goods
"We have never heretofore shown such a fine lot of goods as
we will at the present time. Wc can positively say a reduc
EIGHT DOLLARS OJST JSVJ5RY SUIT
Which is Quite an Item.
EST BOOTS -AJS"r SHOES
: FOR :
isLiXMliesi and O-oiits, sxxlcL Cliildr
We have the finest selection ever shown in Tombstone.
Call and Examine our Goods
Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
Hare just received the FINEST and LARGEST STOCK of HOLIDAY
GOODS ever brought to this city,Jonsisting of
Watches, Chains. Rings, Diamonds. Tockets, Napkin
And, in fact, the Finest Selection ever Exhibited in the Territory
Call and Examine the Stock.
SEAMANS & SON,
ALLEN Street, Between 4th and 5th
No Trouble to Show Goods