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The Pioneer Daily of the Camp
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t ' 'SiiudnyG Excepted,)
J AMES J. NASH.
s Bia gas i'i n " K'n.ir jvamm mil, nissa
" OUlce'on Allen Street, north side, between
'' Subscription Kates,
One Years-.... $10 00
Six Months ' 6 00
Three Mouths S 00
One Month. 1 00
iDellTercd.bj farriers for 25 cents a Week
-WILlT-A. NASH. EDITOR
It is estimated that there were 75,-
000 visitors in'San Francisco to-da'-.
Thirty thousand old soldiers with
old" glory floating above them, marcli
'ed through the streets of San Fraii-
'-Cisco to-day; It being the 20th en-
- '-ampment of the Grand Army of the
-United States. '
Tucson has again, come to the front
with--a' -gripsack full of resolutions
"Which will be sent-by express c. o. d.
"to Governor Ireland of Texas. It is
-' -a' mighty lively town that can get
" , '5ahead!of Tucson when an opportunity
-offers to resolute' arid whereas.
The selection of teachers for the
next" Bchool year by the new trustees
5s a good one, and-insures a first-class
school for 'the Coming year. There
"Werevsome other, applications in; but
the "Board decided that married wo
men'did not need the positions, while
single Women did, and the applica
tions' of married women were not
When it became--known upon the
etreets" to-day that the Toughiiut
asaines would'close-down, and that the
"cause was the' 'low price of silver at
the present time, loud and long were
"the 'curses of both Democrats and
(Republicans, on the present Demo
Scratic administration. The feeling
against Cleveland was very great
'when-it became known that Bince his
administration that he and Dan Man
ning had caused silver to fall 19
- f - !
The Epitaph's correspondent ap
pears lis an editorial writer in the
Star of to-day, and keeps up his
whine and growl at the Citizen, and
"at ' all the" ex-surveyor generals with
- hich Arizona 'has been blest. ' He
Admits that he is "a "poor "dog," and
-We-do"nbt purpose disputing his rea
''Konablo claim to" that quality of canine
distinction; if the'-dogs are willing to
'Suffer the ignominy of his ambitious
In this issue we publish the call for
the;Beptiblicait Territorial Conven-'tion.-1
Chairmun Street informs us
that the-apportionment is based upon
. Hhe Republican vote for Congressman
'la the various counties two" years ago.
s. 'This we -think a very fair way of ap
portioning, although our Mugwump
-tontcmporary thinks that it is not, as
'it gtveg"Bean a chance of a renoniina
:tion. . ii-t 'u
Two years1, ago when the United
States was undergoing the agony of a
"presidential election, Democratic pol
' iticians from one end of the cou-itry
'to the other asked the people to vote
6r Cleveland, and promising that in
the event of his election, a new era of
rprosperity would appear, and that the
people of the United States would be
-hBppyand contented. Many believed
' this ' talk and' as a result Mr. Cleve
'land, the' Albany- hangman, and
Reducer of Maria Halpin, was elevated
to the presidency-of the United States.
No sooner had this great reformer
-been installed-in "his Office 'than he
began to antagonize the silver inter
ests. His first step was to place
'Daniel Manning in his-cabinet as
Secretary of the Treasury, "and be
tween the two of them, and the Wall
-street brokers, silver has fallen' 19
cents since iis inauguration; the
laboring people all over the country
have had 'to resort to strikes, and the
' 6ilver mincs bf the great west are be
ing compelled to close down, throw
iag thousands ol men out of employ
ment. 'Twas ever thus with the Dem
ocratic party, they are profute in
-their promises, but when given an
opportunity to fulfill them, they have
broken them and been the cause of
troubles the cost of which it takes
years to recover. Their last admini
stration caused a bloody war and the
sacrifice of billions of money and
thousands of lives. Their prssent
'administration although scarcely two
years have passed, has put a stop to
the mining industries of the country
and have drove hundreds of thou
sands of people to poverty. Away,
we say with such reform as tlfs.
Take no more of their promises bui
stand by that staunch old Eepublican
party, andei whoso administration the
people have always been contented
All parties having hats, belts or other
property belonsiiis:. to the Rescue Hose
Company, will please return the same at
ocee and avoid trouble.
G a Br.ADsnAw,
The Pluce to ISaartl.
Mrs J I'rmdcrville, has opened a board
ins house on Fremont street, with accom
modation for ten boarders. The finest
board in town will be served for $5 per week,
Call and c;Ive her a trial, 7-23 lw
Fremont street, opposite Schief-
felin hall. On and and after May 11,
J 880, meals from 50 cents and up
wards. Breakfast from 7 to 2, Dinner
from 4 to 8. myI2-tf.
Go to the swimming baths at the
foot of Fifth street. Baths with suit
and towels twenty-five cents. Ladies'
day Wednesday and Saturday from 3
to 5 o'clock, p. m. 7-7tf.
Macueil & Moore are regularly re
ceiving by - express, that excellent
butter from J. E. Durkee's Los An
geles Banch. Price 75 cents per roll
If you want a good drink of pure
Hermitage. Bourbon, McBrayer Bour
bon, Guckenheimer Bye, and Hermi
tage Bye, call-- at Henry Campbell's
Keg House, All the finest Iced
drinks made in the highest style ot
perfection ; Champagne Cocktails a
specialty Also English Ale and Gin
ness Tortcr, always on hand. Free
Lunch every day. Come All, and
Come Often. ap30-tf
Ayer's Pills possess the positive
virtues of some of the best known
medicinal plants, prepared and com
bined with scientific skill rejecting
the crude and drastic portions, and
retaining only the active principle
the part which cures and dees not
harm. If you are sick try them. 9-lw
At a great bar
gain in a very de
sirable locality an
five rooms, closet
and bath, with
and dining room
ars inquire at this
IVolice of Forfeiture.
TO I'ETER BOXDE AND BEXJ. J MARKS
You are hereby notified that I have ex
pended the sum of (1,000) one thousand
dollars currency of the United States, in
labor and improvements upon the Nellie
James and Salinas lodes or mining claims,
situated in Miller's Canyon, Huachuca moun
tains, Cochise county. Territory of Arizona,
in order to hold the said lodes or mining
claims for the years ending Deci-mbcr 31st,
1851; ISS'J; 18S3; 1SS4 and 1SS3, under the
provisions of seetion 2324. Revised Statutes
of the United States, to wit: For labor and
improvements upon the sa-.d claims for the
year ending December 31st, 1S81, one hun
dred dollars each; forfhe year ending De
cember 31, 1S52, one hundred dollars each;
for the year ending December 31, 1383, one
hundred Collars each; for the year ending
December 31, 18S1, one hundred dollars
each; for the year ending Dcembei til,
1S35, one hundred dollars each Total for
the, live years, the sum of ($1,000) cue thou
The locatioa notices of the said claims
bcinj; recorded asTfollows:
Nellie James mtniig claim, In book 4,
pages 212 and 213
Salinas mining claim, In book 4, pages
213 and 214.
Iu the ivcirds of Cochin county, Ter!-
O'V of Ariz urn. triiu-viibcd from ti 1 1' n.-i
And if within (!I0) ninety d. i.f"'i' liU
.eb hi n :i l ii-n , you mil or reuse to
ibutc, each ol you, tutu priipnitiiin "f
xpt-i riilure-,118 pn-ov.-iici!'. jour iutcrc-i
fai'l 1 do m.i.ii.g .l.,uns. will 1
tin: pro. cm i.l i'i: imiii'isih-!). i.n
H. B. HOLLENSTJ-N
stcu, Coetiro tetu.i, A Juli
.GRAND ARMY MEMBERS,
And all who may visit San Francisco next month. -
SUMMERFIELD BROS, & ROMAN
Late of Tombstone, have one of the largest
In California at
Under" the Baldwin Hotel.
And invite all their old friends when they visit San Francisco, to call' en
them and get the finest. clothing, cheaper than any other place in - "
i i - - XjXjBN ST. "
Having Fitted up this Restamant new and Complete in
every "particular "wc, are prepared to ."serve to
the people ot Tombstone the
Fines C Meals Zmnclies, Slppers
That the Market Affords.
Private Ice Cream and Cojfee Parlors.
OYSTERS IT EVERY STYLE,
Suppers for Parties a Specialty
PARKER & BURN&
Call in and
At u, ISsirsrain,
For Sale, one Studebaker, excursion
spring wagon, canvas covered, end leather
trimmed, iu jfood order; also one set of
double haruest, one saddle, one bridle, one
pair of spuis. Apply to J. 11. Tracy, Ben
on. AT. 7.S.J,,,
Thirteen thorouglibied Brown Leghorn
Boosters iu lots to buit. Inquire at this oi.
Ileduction in price of La ltosa
Blaaca Cigar. These cigars have
been heretofore sold three for iifty
cents, but owing to having a large
stock on hand, Ashmuu & Walker
will hereafter sell them at twelve and
a-half cents, this giving the lovers of
tho fe-orite weed, a fine imported
cigar, two for twenty-five cents.
A horse and ivagou horse kind and
geutle. For particulars apply at this office
Ice lor Families.
Commencing luesdav. Slav 4th. we wilt
issue weekly ice tickets for families and
other small consumers, at S1.00 and up
Drivers arc not allowed to deliver ice to
weekly customers witLout weekly tickets.
O-MU fcOUTnWESTHRN Ici Co.
We have appointed Mr. J.Gatchcll Jones
our agent (with power of attorney) to collect
all money due to us.
All persons knowing themselves to be in
debted to us, are requosted to settle with
Jacob Everiuudy & Co.
Tombston e, May 1st, 1866. 6 2tf
Just received at Hcrrera .t McCIurc's the
finest bailed oat hay ever brought to this
city. 5-8 ft
Mr. L.B. Van Burt will sell the entire
stock of wines, liquors, cigars, cordials
syrups, etc., in fact everything carried by
wholesale firm in ts to suit purchasers for
Or Rent, a house In Benson. 'containing 11
rooms including a kitchen and lar;c dininj;
room fitted up for a restaurant with range
utensils, cte. Apply to J.. II. Tracy, Bcuson,
A. T. f-S-lm
There will be a mccilnjr of the Republican
County Central Committee held in this city
on the tenth day of August, for the purpose
of makin? the county apportionment. The
day for holding the primaries will alio be
established, A full attendance is desirable,
as the en'ire business of the committee will
J. (3. Ddnbaji,
IN THE JUSTICE'S COURT. TOWNSHIP
No. Thret.in the County of Cochise, Terri
tory of Arizona.
E.G. Norton. Plaintiff, vs. William Mc
Before 8. C- Perrin, Justice of the Peace
The Territory of Arizona sends greetins
to William MeUomas. defendant.
You are hereby summoned and required
to Appear betor me at my ofiieo in liisbee.
County of .Cochise, on the 17th day ot Ans:
ut, A. I). 188(5, at( 10 o'clock a.m., to an
v.vcr the onnp.aiut ol the above namid
!ainiiff, w!m demands of jou tint you nic
indebted to lain in the smn 'if 511 'JO, fur
im-rcliiit i!i?e purchased :ii:d ddhe.cd lu you
al your instance itud icqucst, m-per cum
ulniiu.miw on iile in my ollitc. And if you
fail to appc.u- and itrswer :liil coinnliiint a;
lier.-in n-quirrd, the pininiiir viU ul.c judtr
m ut 'iijainjt jou a dem:ii.did anr. for the
cosii- ! llii Miit.
O iven under my ha.id this 4tli day! of
u e. A. I)vlSbG. S U PEKRI.N,
Justice oi tl.c l u
BST. ztlx AND 5tli
- - PROPRIETORS
a 'TTCVOJQ Hair Vigor cures baldness.
AXjCiJtAi Hair Vigor restores youth
ful freshness and color to faded and gray
hair. It attains thoso result? by the stim
ulation of the hair roots and color glands.
It rejuvenates tho TT TT and cleanses It.
It restores to tho XXiaJUtV that, either by
reason of age or diseases of tho scalp, has
become dry, harsh and brittle, a pliancy and
glossy silken softness of extreme beauty.
There Is no dye la Ayer's Ilair-C7"r1 (XT
and tho good it does is by tho JAXVX&i
It imparts to the follicles, and tho clean
liness and healthfulness of the condition
In which It maintains tbo scalp.
A 7T7T JC Ha,r Vigor renews tho hair,
ii. X JilJLV Hair Vigor la tho best euro
known for Brashy Hair, Scald Head, Itching
Humors, Tetter Sores, Torpid Follicles, and
ill other diseases of the scalp that cause
the falling of the rr TT and its fading.
Kothlng cleanses XJLi&JLlAi of the nulsanco
of dandruff so perfectly, and to effectually
prevents its return, as Ateb's Hair Vioob.
In addition to the curative and restorative
virtues peculiar to Ayer's Hair "VT'Tf "Y
it is a toilet luxury. The Hair
la by far the cleanliest hair-dressing made.
It causes the hair to grow thick and long,
tn& keeps it always soft and glossy.
'l Ayer's Hair Vigor
Contains no deleterious Ingredients. Its use
prevents all scalp disease, secures against the
hair growing thin or gray, and surely cures all f
baldness that is not organic.
PREPARES BT J
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Iowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
A first-class baker can secure em
ployment by applying at the Eclipse
Bakeiy on Fremont Street. tf.
Coolest Place in Town.
he Fountain Restaurant and' saloon
the coolest place in this city for people
cat at. Harry Wisdom has completely
novated this popular resort, and invites
people of Tombstone to cive him a
when he will convince them that they
be served at all times, with the clio
and to do the richt thiner bv his customers.
The Tombstone public have tried him and
oyer found him crooked. 7-21tf
And don't you forget it, that Wolcott &
Mcssick have the finest toilet soaps for sale
that has ever been offered to the people of
this city. G-22tr
Just received by Mr. Van Burt a
choice lot of fine imported cigars.
Vivm is the boss. Saloon men should
call at his store on Allen street and
inspect his goods. Everything that
can be found in a first class wholesale
liijuor Mi. re cm be h.i.i :.l j riciw tii.il
would astonish one.
MILWAUKEE LACER BEER,
Milwaukee, Wis., March 21. Tho disciples
of tho school of total abstinenco may perhaps
take somo comfort by perusing tho following
table of statistics, from which it appears that
tho ag'crosate amount of beer sold by tho Mil
waukee brewers during tho year 1SS3 shows a
considerable falling off as compared with tho
sales of the next preceding year.
It will be noticed, howover, that the old
renowned Phillip Best Brewing Company has
to record a gain; and is still maintaining its
proud prestlgo of being at the head of the
column, while tho sales of its principal com
petitor show a marked decrease.
Tho figures are vouched for as correct In
every respect: o
Fb. Best Brewing
Cream Citj Brew-
v ine Co
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SCHOENFELD & M.EYMAK
.A.llen Sfc9 JBet.tland.Dtli.
Having, determined to close out our business in. Tombstone, we offer our
entire stock consisting'' of '
WALL PAPER, .
' .". - CROCKERY, 'O Jjl
At such prices that will induce you to buy; we will quote- s few' prices to
convince you that tins-is a Genuine Closing Out Sale and no humbug'.
Walnut Marble-Top Bedroom setts, 7 pieces - 47 50
Walnut Wood-Top " - - 40 00
Imitation Walnut " "
Wood Seat Chairs -
Rockers from 1.25 to - ' . . "
Bedsteads from . SI. G5 each and upwards "
Patent Sjiring Beds, (each) - - - " - v
Carpets from 25 cents per yard and upwards , - -
Crockery and Glassware at kss than cost
CALL AND BE CONVINCED, AS WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY,
Terms Strictly Oasli.
P. S. All parties indebted to us will please call and settle at once and
save cos's. . . '
Two Dwe'ling Houses desirably located, forf sale furnished or uufumishet'.
PRICES " OF HARDWARE.
IRON EOUS, CENTS A POUND.
Black Diamond Octagon Drill Sleel
I I Cents a Pound.
ENGLISH STEEL 1& CTS. A POTjND.
, ' ?. tut'' - -
All kinds of Mining; and Milling
supplies and Shelf Hardware and
we offer and will
SO JP3EI2. OJ3TrX
we mi:an-wiiat WI3 SAY!
Our Terms are
cttAtti rr,-3m m h333 rS2I
of all descriptions,
be Sold at!Once.
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