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THE DAILY TOMBSTONE
The Pioneer Daily ot the Camp.
Pt'BI IMiKD EVEKY EVENING.
JAMES J. NASH.
In looking back over the past year
wo find much for which to be thank
ful. Ik-sides n fryingpan and a cellu
loid hairbrush, our creditors neglected
to take our life. We still have the
chills every other day, which leaves
182 day in a year in which to parade
our emaciated form around the rialt,
in Mrch of items, cut-t-off clothing,
delinquent Mibscribers, lunch-boxeu
and other delicacies, for which our re
lined taste craves. We feel thankful
for all tliew llesinga except the
chill-. We arc thankful for the pri
vilege of hrouthiug the same air that
keeps alive our sleek and well-fed de
linquent Mibscribers. Wo feel thank
ful that -two or throe citizens lime
kindly permitted u to remain in
Yreka. We would rather live in
Yreka than in Chicago, a statement
which will at once dispel the impres
sion that we a'C proud and stuck up
We are exceedingly thankful to know
that we are about in the dark of the
moon, for our wood is getting low.
During the past year death has enter
ed our humble door and yanked into
the foggy heyondness our oldest girl,
but we ,uc thankful that we have still
left us one of the best hunting dogs
(full blood English setter, three years
old, dark brown with white spots;
dam, "Fannie Yorkshire," "pawed"
by Queensbury's "Yap") that sver
made a point. We are also thankful
that ovr Summer pantaloons have ex
tended xi far into the Winter, and
with the :iddition of another buckskin
teh .1'h':- inli.'-iM i i-niiti'i'i
(ln.-c :.!-!: si- ;') th 1:1 until 'b.-
r. V I
v.l! Uib into tin- btiti-li r
!. t.,iti for i UiIo;;iiu, .tml
w will i;,i!ii In thankful if (. nil
piireha" it on ix month.- tim.
Eatrcll.ts, Three Brother, Conquer-ir.-
and Key West cigars at the Cuba
Mince meat and plum pudding at
It. I'. Mansfield's. 12 11 tf
f-j.im.iii A Son gie a guarantee
with every article sold by them.
Fifteen ball pool is all the rage at
the Elite Saloon. 12-16-lt
Grand Gift Enterprise
At H. Schmieding's jewelry store,
something worth while to get away
with. Twelve elegant presents now
on exhibition in the show window of
H. Schmieding's jewelry store, will be
given away on the following condi
tions: Every person purchasing goods
at the above named jewelry store will
receive one ticket for every three
dollars' worth of purchase, which en
titles the holder to a. chance in any of
the prices. All the presents will be
given away to the lucky holders of
wining tickets on December 31st,
Mr. A. E. Hartman is last but not
least. Yesterday evening he received
at his jewelry store the largest and
finest stock of silverware, consisting
of knives, forks, spoons, pitchers, card
receivers, and in fact just the neatest
and best Christmas presents in the
city. Give him a call. Watch re
pairing a specialty. 12-22tf
To the tax.payers of Cochise Coun
ty, Arizona Territory: The fighting
Thirteenth having passed the law at
their session, it is imperative that the
Territorial and county taxes for the
current year of 1885, must be paid in
the office of the County Treasurer and
Tax Collector, as the Treasurer can
not visit places and collect taxes.
A. J. RlTTKR,
Treasurer and Ex-Officio Tax-Collector
The latest drink, "Beef Tea," at Gus
All new style dress goods, at the
,Ww York Store
Just opened, twenty dozen of Perin"
French kid and tine makes of ladies
The arrival of two large freight
teams thus morning in front of Sum
merfield Bros' store, caused our re
porter to pause while going the rounds
of the city for news. After waiting a
few minutes he observed several large
packing cases being unloaded. This
excited his curiosity, and he repaired
to the interior of the store where he
found them being unpaeked, and no
ticed that they were filled with boys
and men's clothing, which are espec
ially suited for the holidays.
We also observed several cases
which contained a full line of holiday
presents such as silk handkerchiefs,
plain handkerchiefs, embroidered
handkerchiefs, initial handkerchiefs,
and in fact almost everything that is
suitable for holiday presents. Mr.
Summerfield stated to us that he had
employed a force of six extra clerks,
so that everybody could be waited
upon at once and not be kept waiting.
We would advise all parties desiring
holiday goods, or who would like t
make their lady or gentleman friend a
suitable present, to visit the store oi
Summerfiald Bros', and they will find
what they want. 12-21 tf
Don't send away for your clothes
Patronise home industry. J. Mo-
natch, the tailor, is sure to suit you
Just received a fine assortment oy
ladies' cloth and tricots, at prices that
ue;y competition, at Bummerhcld
A perfect fit guaranteed by Mo
nasch, the tailor.
Litri-n ..-. ;v- i'!i ri. to
CImim'.:..' J.iht iri:lii ul ilu ViVrlil.
The well-known iocsl Atlilrte.
lli greatest exhibition f Greco- Roraini
science evr witnsestd by the people of
Fine suits to order at Mona h's
the boss tailor.
Holiday goads arriving every day at
the Fifth street News Depot. If you
don't wish to buy, come in and take a
look anyway. 12-1
Dyar fc Baldwin have a fine let of
livo Christmas turkeys. 11-19
Summerfield Bros, the best known
merchants in the TWn'trrv gimn
maintain their reputation for selling
me ueui. goous ior me least money.
Just look at us, Seamans & 8on we
are bristling with holiday goods, our
show window is nothing compared
with our display inside. tf
Set of composition billirrd balls.
Enquire at the Elite saloon.
For the finest old-fashioned tomato
catsup go to Mansfield's, and if you
don't believe it is good, just ask Uncle
Harris. You will find him at the
Don't pass the Fifth street News
Depot, but come in and examine the
Xotlco to tko Fabllc.
The General Merchandise business
and real estate formerly owned by
Bothir., Tweed & 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 H. J.
Sadler, care of Albert Man fc 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 1886.
The right to reject any and all bid
Br Oxen of Committee.
All accounts due to the late firm os
Bothin, Tweed k Co., must be paid
mmediately, otherwise suit will be
commenced without delay.
H. J. Saduck. f
Try oh f those Hank eoektaik a
t- "- ""
Has on hand constautlv the choicest brands
of Imported Liquors, Wtiics and Cordials
Family trade solicited
ALLKX ST., 'l'O.UIIS'ro:K.
-2J II1K JUSTICE'S COUKT. I'KECINCT
So. one, lu the Count; or CocLitc, Terri
tory of Arizona, A. J. It tier. Trustee fir Cad el I
fc Manf.rd, pUtnt.ff. Urn. Itife, deltudaut;
btfure C JJ. Alvord, J. !'., d .mind SW.V7.
Ttis Territory of Arizuua kend gn etlng to
WllliMn lto-c, cefepdant. Vuu are lrtb. mini
moncd end requited to appear befoiu uie at my
vffice In Tombsiui.e. County of Cue bloc, on the
on the SSlh day or Ja. uary, A. 1). 1SH, at 10
o'clock a. m., to umuer the complaiut of thn
abje named plaintiff, nliudeua tin of yu that
You are ind.bud to him in the turn of fit y-e'gbt
V7-1U) dollars, for t;ood, uaic and m r.bandi,
furuiehtd to jou bj plainilfl at yout upecial n.
tnnce aid r quo. . durii s tbo jcarn lbj.J and
18S3. And if ii la 1 lo app. ar aid uiicwerxala
complaint as herein required, the pi am tiff will
take ludiiieiit agaiUKt u ai demaidt-d an tor
the cost ul ibiatuli. Oien m der my hand thia
2S:b day or Niemb(r, A. 1). lbfJS.
V. E.ALVOHO.J. P.
N THE JUbTIUh'S COUltT. I'KECINCT
No. one. iu tl e County of Cochlce, Territory
or Atizoiui, A. J. Hitler, Trus'eu fur Cad we 1 1
&. Slunford, plalntitr, vn. V. II. Slater, de
iVmlunl; beiore C. K. Alvnrd, J. P., demand,
The Territoiy of Arizona fends "jrtetlnir
to V. II. Slater, dereuduit: l'ou are hereby
-uniiniined ard rt quired to appear before
me al hit, ollk-e in 1tinl.li,-, County of
Cuelii-e. on theUStti da) cif January. IbisO, lit
10 o'clock a. in , to uii.wr the cnuiplninl ot
the atioe named pluinMr, who dein.uid? of
jou tliHt jou are indt hii-o to him in th sum
of tliirty-one 7.I-1C0 dollars', fur iOods, wares
and merclinndist., rupplitd to jou by plain
tiff, at jour spcrial int-tance "and request,
durin-r ll.i. jeat Is-'J and 1(,S3. And it juti
fail to appear and answer said complaint as
heiein n-qiiirtil, lln: plaii:till' Kill take judg
ment :i.nu-t j'nu as demanded nod fur I lit
ewls of this Miit. Given under tin hand
this -2,tli daj of Xo,einber. A. D. lSo.
C. r. ALVOU.J. P.
Twenty lots of new clothes just re
ceived at Summerfield Bros Come
and free them before purchasing else
New Skating Rink.
BATJEK & 13AKON.
Fourth St., between Safford
NK.lTI.ti ocry AITEK.0(M
Thursday Evening, Dec- 24, I88S.
Tickets Admitthig Genlleraan and
Ladies (supper included). $2.50
Committee of Ii.vil.iticn Every member of
Committee of Arrangements Vt'.T. Frame,
K. Kaudnli, Frank Pruc, W. McConm, J.
J. Muirlit-jd, E. G. Norton, II. Dubecbar.
Floor Manager II. C Stillman.
Beception Committee W. McCoinas and
W. F. Price.
Musical Director D; . J, G. Barney.
Hilton Jc Spicer, Jlaancern.
Allen St, Between Second andiThir.l,
THE FINEST OF
fc Veal an d IS v aye,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
Meat delivered to all parts of the city free
iret.! i i "-t i ;ilf. !.tf
I -would inform the nubile that I hTe
opened firs I class shop in every '.'articular.
GIVE ME A TRIAL.
Ladies' Hair Cutting and Sham
pooing a Specialty.
Private entrance in rear of hotel for Ladlea.
I WILL REDEEM "WARRANTS
Nos. 20 and 21, drawn on the County
Road Fund if presented within ten
days A. J. RITTER,
W Q 1QQK
ki BBBFeSSAPyliJTA BKZ
Iftniia Yire Works,
iZ'i t'.2". S... S.IH FnAHCISCO,
. iKIk-HS OK
v J- ..'-Kirrffij,
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'.-r -r. J;itl5i
h . . -:. (itutrunteed o( the
it., ii .
,i , tut ,..! -licl or tmta
.; i iia,.i.it.. iiptolM).
' ; ...' illiif hay, fences,
.. t 1 uiU and hlum.
.!i.t lc-.acd uianufactur
. . i : -.. . 1 ,..,l..t, royulr and
i ' , ii .ui ;.MrautedaffUituw
i. ' .' .. 1 I h 'lai, etc.
i-'i " 't 3!'i Moftinr.i wlath,
i 1. -j;V W
;.,: Kinds of Wire Goods
. il.. . -. r .'a-ruur nod penend public.
;t't ;;V d-jy competition utf Belt ym
ttrt &caarif'fa) price thtm msterm jbah
The Great Englisli Kemedy
It is a never falllnR
cure for nervous de
bility, exhausted vi
tality, seminal weak
ot marhood, impo.
teney, paralysis, and
all the terrible effects
of self abuse, outh-
folliea ana excesses in
mature year Such
as loss ol memory, zassitude.iiocturnalemlis
ions, aversions to society, dimuess of vi
sloi., noise in the fcead, the vital fluid pas.
intr unobserved throujrh the urine, and many
other diseases that lead to Insanity and death.
Dr. Mimic, who is a regular graduated
Shysician, will acre to forfeit fie hundred
oilurs for a case of this kiua thut the V1U1
Kestarative (under his special devise and
treatment) will not cure, or for anything im
pure or injurious found In it. Jr. Miutle
treats all diseases successfully without mer.
cvry. ConsultaMon free- Thrroujch Ham
inatioa and advice, including analysis of
urine. 5. Price of Vnnl Restorative $1J0 a
bottle, or four times the quantity jor 5;
seni to any address upon receipt of price, or
'J. O. n , securi from observation and in pri
vate nac. il desired, by A. E. MINTIE, M.
Dr.No-13 Kearny street, San Francisco, Cal.
Dr. Mintir's Kidnev Remedy, Nephreti
cum curse all kinds of kidney and bladder
complaints, ucnnorrhnea.lecucorrhiea, gleet.
For sale by a.l drucKists; $1 a bottle, six
Dr. Mirtie's lHndelion Pills and the best
"A cheapest dyspepsia and billious cure in
t market. For cde by all druggists.
Sample Bottle Free,
Jibe sent to any one applying by letter
otating symptoms, sex and age. Strict se
crecy in rcirnrd to all business trancactions.
ls acknowledged by emineit surgeons t f
the purest and finust kaown, and inralsabls
SIMMONDS KENTUCKT NABOB BOTfH.
BON WHISKY h.is been wH known for
many years, being unsurpassed for itsexee
lent quaiitv and delicious flavor. Everybo)
who has tried it says it is the best in fku
Families supplied by the gallon, sort or
J3y None genuine unless my slgnatu.e is
across the cork, 'G.Simmnd8.,,
My scent is authorized to sell to the trade,
half barrel, barrel dlrvctshipment from Ken
tucky or from his warehouse a; San Bernar
dino. Sold by the bottle and gallon by
BOTHIN, TWEED & COMPJkNY.
Sole Agents for Tombstone and vicinity.
BUY THE BEST QUALITY
Union India Rubber Co.s.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
Be sure the boots are stamped on the heels
"Union India Rubber Co. Crack Proof," and
baw lie Pure Oura Spnngs'on the loot and
instep, which prevent their cracking, and
makes them the most durable Bubbsr Boot
made. TRY OUR
n.1J O IM
Made expressly for mining, fishing, and any
one wishing a very strong and darablt boot
For Sal hr fcll rf.nlffr. All blnri. nikh.
belting, packing, hose, spriegs, clothing,
ooois. suites c
IN J" Agents,
ESTATE OF GEO. KLINE. DECEASED.
The creditors of ajid all perions. Laving
claim against the atxjye nataed Estate ar
h-srehy notified to exhibit their claims with
ths ncce$ary vouchers to me within foar
tasnths after the first publication of this
notice at my residence in the Village of
Bisbee, County nf Ox-hlse, Territory ot All.
zona, or the same will be forevri barred.
Dated at Bubee, November 11th, 1885.
Admlnlttratw ft' 1 ef Qexf
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Rv3r F- JA NifW
HOLIDAY PR ! TS
Just Received at tlie
PIONEER JEWELRY STORE.
The Finest, Largest and Best Selectea Stock ot
Gold and Silver
Silverware and Holiday Novelties
Ever Brought to this Territory.
IPriees Tfceci'u.oedL to uit tlie Times,
H. SCHMEIDING- PROPRIETOR.
As we liave concluded to reduce our immense Stock of Goods such as
We will say for the b-nefit of our customers of Tomo-itone and vicinity
that the IthDUOKI) JAL1S will only la,t till L'hru-tiuaH. "
Now is th time foi ever, budy to come and see us before
I In Clothing and
We have never heretofore shown such a fine lot of goods as
we will at the present time. We can positively say a reduc
EIGHT DOLLARS ON EVERY SUIT
Which is Quito an Item.
IN 1JBOOTS .A.NT SHOICS
Toadies and Gents, and Ohild v ,
We have the finest selection! ever shown in Tombstone.
Call and Examine our Goods
Have just received the FINEST and LARGEST STOCK of HOLIDAY
GOODS ever brought to this city.fconsisting of "
Watches, Chains, Rings, Diamonds. Tockets, Napkin
And, in fact, the Finest Selection ever Exhibited in th Territory
mm wii aria famine the Stock.
SEAMANS & SON,
ALLEN Streftt, Between 4th ana 5th
No Trouble to Show Oooosj