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The Pioncor Daily of the Camp
SEl'IEMBER 4 1SHS
rVBr.Iv-liKU EVEUY EVENING,
mmiiin1, i., itnwiTi.vi, iiiniiTmuM'j'.iHi.Ji
Office on Allen Street, north side, bctweuu
Third and Fourth.
One Tear $10 00
Six Months 6 00
Tbree Mouths S 00
One Month 1 00
Delivered bj Carriers for 25 cents Week
, WILL' A. NASH. EDITOR.
'The vote at the Democratic prim
aries to-day was very light.
,The county of Cochise is sure to
go for the Republican nominees at
'the coming election.
. Judge Street will receive the nomi
nation on the ltepuolican ticket for
According to telegraphic reports
the State of Michigan will be solid for
Blaine for the presidency in 1S88.
The Democrat reproduces a portion
of the platform of the Maricopa
county Democracy, endorsing Cleve
land's administration, but it fails to
publish any portion of the platform
of the Globe Democracy, condeming
Cleveland and Manning for they have
.played in the present low price of
The San Francisco jails are full of
. murderers the latest one being a man
Jnamed-Gardnex who shot and killed a
:highly respected-young men named
Gurnden for ..accompanying his
daughter to- the Mechanics fair. A
little judicous uso of hemp would
save San Francisco a great deal of
money and would lessen the crime 'of
murder in that, city very materl
- The farce of the Democrats of tlm
county in electing delegates 'to .a
county convention -was gone through
.with to-day. The delegates who will
.ue.elecled all or nearly all belong to
..tho.bosscs, Messrs Postmaster (offen
sive partnership) Clark, land giabber
(Dunbar's . boss) Berry, . It matters
s.not who thei pai ties ju. uj-. Tl
.'Republican canbidates will down them
.-just as sure as the f un.riscs and setn,
We are sorry- for the Democratic tick
et as we know them to be good men,
cbut under the leadership of Berry ct
al they will, be .politically killud in
iheir oaruiranks. ,
The San! Diego Union pays: To re
nliae the extent of San Diego's pro
gress one nesds but observe how rapidly-
the new -building! are .being er
ected. There are at present 2S0
.structure in cour.-e of erection.
rTflKao-new iiuildings aside from being
ornament to the city and ettablish-sil.-hoines
and. places of buuncjn furn
irhh nojess. than 1,500 men including
iCarpentcJSj.musons, plasterers, brick--JayerB
and all.kinds of laborers.. The
;wags. paid in San Diego are as good
tif not the bet, of .any paid on the
,-Pacilic Coatt., .The man with a fami
ly .caji liya as cheaply hero as .uny
?tybt!tv .and the.tinglo man has an ci
.celleut opportunity to uiakj the licks
IVotlc to Criditor.
X STATE OF DEUZr.1. WEUB. DECEASED.'
i. The creditors of and all persons haviuj;
rlaiuis against the sjicI uauicd csia.e aie
t.crcli)-uoufied tieiliiuil tlicir eiJhus villi
the iiLcessnr'y Tu:tchrrs to'mc, within lour
jlbunthg nrtclr ttral 'publication of lui- notice,
at the tire ol iltrrrra it MeUiu'if. in the
ci:y of 'imiibjtoiir,' Cochise county,' Trrn
'torof" Ariroua". or thy bilue will be lotever
'I'm red. EKNlii'i' U. iiot'LU Kli,.
"Toni'obtonc, S. p'tuiber Ht., ISnJ.
T..in!jsitone and Cochise Cysisi'y.-
, 1 1.1. 11 1 n T."
to Fort Bowie with Captain
Lawton and Command.
The Wllloy OJu Chieftain Refuses to
Surrender to Capt. Lawton, but
wants lilm as an Escort
to P ort Bowlo.
General Miles Refuses to go to tho
San Bernardino Ranch, and
Makes Gcronimo Come
From Mr. John Slaughter who
arrived in this city this morning from
the San Bernardino ranch a reporter
of The Tombstone gleaned the fol
lowing in regard to the movements
and actions of that red handed mur
derer Gcronimo and his band.
Mr. Slaughter states that Geronimo
has been waiting at San Bernardino
for several days in order to meet
General Miles whom he says is the
only man he will surrender to but up
on receiving word from Miles that he
would not como to San Bernardino to
meet Gcronimo and that if he wanted
to talk to him he must come to Bowie
After securing litis information, Gcr
onimo concluded to go to Bowie, and
is now en route there in company
with Captain Lawton although he and
his band are not disarmed, as they
have not yet surrendered.
Following Gcronimo in a complete
half circle of over 1,000 United
Stales troops which will make escape
impossible. Gen. Miles has not reced
ed from his original propo.-i.iou and
s.'ys that he will offer no terms except
Gcroniino'o outfit consists in all of
himself and -11 bucks and squaws all
told who are all well mounted' and in
Gcronimo and band and Captain
Lawlon and command are expected
to arrive at Fort Bowie about 10
"o'clock to-morrow morning.
As there does not secin to be a pos
sibility of Gcronimo's escape and (ten.
Miles will make' no- conditions with
him the Indian war is virtually ovei
and Geronimonnd his buck maypi.j
sibly.be turned over to the civil au
t loritics .lo answer to the charge of
murder arid-rapine, it is hoped so at
least, and as almost everybody who
has mot Gen. Milc-ff shares in this be
lief there is reason to believe that it
Mr. Slaughter says that when Capt.
Lawlori and' his command arrived
-that they ltioked-4ike a party of
tramps, Capt.' Lawton had the rim of
his hat left and an undcr.'.rurt and a
pair of overhals on, hia foot being en
cased in raw hide.. The Captain
taid to Mr. Slaughter "I don't, look
like an army officer now do 1"
John Slaughter gave Lawton twelve
horses to. replace twelve of Lawton's
men who,were disabled.
Hurrah for Gen. Miles!
The Indian war is now virtually
When Gcronimo and his band reach
Bowie on the rcsesrvation fhey w 1!
not find any Indian scouts to furnish
them with ammunition .as their cous
ins tisters and aunts will have been
removed to Florida to . rest in the
swamps. Miles is a dandy. The In
diana must go to him.
The many friends of Mrs. B. A.
Fickns .will be grieved to learn the
tad news, that her father died Ihis
morning. The Tomestone together
with her many friends in this city ex
tends their F.ymputhy.
At tho Pony Saloon and take a
drink of that fine old Ilennitage
Bourbon, W. H. MeBrayer Bourbon,
or tome of that elegant old Hermit
age .and Guckenheinier Kyc, guai
unteed perfectly pure. Also the finest
imported hrai.diesi, willed and eij;:;ry,
to be found in the Territory. St.
Louis Lager Beer on draught. Eng
ii: h Ale and 1'orter always on hand.
Free ltiach every day. - Come all uud
come often. llnsiiy Campbell,
.8-23tf ' ' Proprietor.
Lvsxcr Summeriifld has the lare-tstuk
of eiothiiui In San Francisco, at 942 Market
Jik'i ,-i.icir Lili-w 7-4tf
" GRAND ARMY MEMBERS,
Audcair.TvhQ.may A'sit San Francisco next mouth.
S0MMERFIELD BROS. & ROMAN
Late of Tombstone, have one of the largest
In California at
942 Market Street 942
Under the Baldwin Hotel.
And invite all their old friends when they visit San Francisco, to call on
them and get the finest clothing, cheaper than any other place in
i ALiTiE32Sr ST.
Having Fitted Tip tliis'-Kes tarn ant ncyr and Complete in
every particular vre arc prepared to berve to
the people ol Tombstone the
Finest M!eals Lunches, Suppers
That tho Market Affords.
Private Ice Cream and Coffee Parlors.
' OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE.
Suppers for Parties a Specialty
PARKEK & BUJRNS,
CM! in und
At a great bar
gain in a very de
sirable locality an
five rooms, closet
and bath, with
and dining room
ars inquire at thit
IK THE JUS'. UK'S (A ll; OF SrCON'J
T..wus-!iip, oj the County of Cochise, 'Ur
litory ur Arizona.
II A Roci-re. Plail-.tifT, rs J'rj Eemir.'
'rim Territory of Arizona send3 pectins
to ElmiiH Coker. ciefumlimt.
You re hereby summoned to appenr lie
fore mc, at iny office in Benson, in the euuu
tj of CochUe. on the 14th day of O.tob- r,
Into, nl U o cloCK a in, in mi action, urcujni
:tj;ai!it ;.ou by mitt plain. ill, to nnsucr ii.f
eompl.iiut of the above n:med plaintiff.
Suid action is brought to recover ofjon
the iiim of Ninety dollars and tifty-lirc cent?
as on account tlaled, between u and Hit
dm uf Rogers Bios., Benson, Arizona, foi
Kuoils told and df Ihnreil to jou at your in
stance slid requoi-t. end for money advanced
:n will more lully appear on i-tatenieiii on
iile in this ofllte which is made apait m
romplaiut by pJiiintili', or judgment will be
taken nsalnsl Jim' for tire a1d amount, to
gether with ost6 of this suit if you fail U
anncar and answer.
To the fclierilT or any Constable of taid
Make JeKl service and due return thereof.
Giu-n under my hand this 8th day 01
ROBT. L MILLEIt,
A Justice of the Peace for aid Township.
IN THE COUNTY COURT, IX ASD FOI.
the County ol Cudhise, 'Jerritory of Ari
zona, CECELIA LOUDON, Pia ntia, )'
ALEXANDER LO'IDON, Defendant f
Action brought in the County Corrt o!
Co 'hise, Territory of Arizona, and Hie com.
plaint filed in the said County of Cochise,
in the oflice of the Clerk of the said County
'the Territory of Arizona, si-nds grectioe
to Alexander Loudot, Defendant.
You .-no hereby renuired to aphear In an
action brought agninst you by the above
named plaintiff; in t e County Cour.t of Co
chise County, Territory of Arizona, and to
answer the complaint tiled therein, within
twenty days (exclusive of the day of senice)
alter the service on you of thi summons.il
served nithin this county; or if served out
of tliis rountv. but itt this district.. within
thirty days; otherwise within forty days, or
judgment by default will be taken against
ion according to the prayer of said cum
l.la'nt Said action is brought to recover a decree
of divorce from the Bonds of .Matrimony, as
fuily appears by the complaint filed herein,
duly certified copy ot which h hereto at.
tached. And you are hereby notified that if
you fail to appear and answer the said com
plaint, as above required, the said plaintiff
will apply to the Court for the relief prayed
for in said complaint. ...
Given under my hand and 6eal of the
County Court of Cochise County, Territory
of Arizona, this 4th day of August, A. 1)
lS8S" A. O. WALLACE, Clerk.
1 don't tell shoulder 6teak for por
ti'rliotii'e .xtei.k; or two or three year
old beef for veal. Geo. D. Machiu,
KuHoH Market, corner of 7th and
Fremont street?. 8-9tf
t, ni.i ranch butter ra
Jiss every evening .
oix on Fifth Etra
est. tii -A-i-ir) Em " A
o : :
- - PROPRIETORS
TO PETEl! EONDE AND BENJ. J JIA1IK8
Yi.uaie hereby notified that I have ex
pended the emu of ($1,000) one- thousand
dollars currei.cy of the Uiiilett Stat-s. in
al.or anil iniprcvrieents upon the Nellie
.lame? and Salinas lodes or mining claims,
situated in .Miller' Cinjoii.IIiiachucamouii.
an-. Cucl.is'- county. Territory of Arizona,
in oulrr to hold the said lodes or u.iuing
-laiuit for the i nrsH-nding Drr-inhrr 31st,
l&bl; l.Va; 1c3; jM :.ntl lblsl, u-ide-r the
istoiu oi se- thin 23'.4. Re i-ed Statutes
I the" L'lntid Slates, to wit: Fur labor and
ioriroienii iits upon the sa,d claims for the
ear riidins Dei emlu r 31st, 1SS1, one hun
dred dolhns each; for 'he year ending De-i-tmber
31. lsS'2, oni hundied dollars each;
or tnc yrarei.dinsr Decimber 31. l-ffo. one
inii.di.il dollais inch; for the year ending
Dei-rinler 31. ItSt, oi.e hiindien dollars
esc-h; for the yai rpding De-einbci 3t,
oi.e handled doi'a'rs each Total lor
.he live jcis, the sum of (1,0C0 cue thou
nd iloll ir.
The Inert on r.oliicf of the said claims
being rccnidtc! as lulu. us:
Neliic Jnm? min ng elJiir, in book 4,
ages 2:2 and 213
lN.lii.a-- min.iig claim, in hook 4, pugcs
US and 214.
In tin- rreords 1 f Cochise county, Terrl
oiyof AHz..na, tsanjerilid trom the l'ima
And if within ninety (30) day after Ihis
.lotice by iiblica-.on, yj.u fail or refuse to
eoutributc, eai h of jou, your propuition of
U( h expendi'ure, as co-owners, your inter
est in the n.id loch r or mining claims will
he-o:c the ropi nr of the undersigned
under said ection 2324.
II. II. IIOLi.ENSTIEX.
Chailetti n, CucbUe Co., A.T., July20, 1GSC
Coolest Place in Town.
he In nil in l.'rtt: vu 1 1 lid taloo
tiic coohst !i.(c in this city l(.r l top
eat at. Hurry B iiii m l.at icn.pletclv
noraicd this fnpulsr ren.it, and h:ites
prof.le otlcnhstoie to give him a
when lie will convince tht.ru Hu t they
be served st ail tirr.ir, with the eho
and to do the light thing.b; his customers.
The Tombstone public havo tried hua and
ever found him crooked. 7-21tf
And don't you forget it, that 'Wolcntt A
Mesriek have the fii.est toilet soars for sale
that has rvor been offered to the people of
this city. C22tf
Fremont Mreet, oppisite Schief-
fclin hall. On and and niter May 11,
Ibbb, mr-als' fiom ou rpittn and up
warda. Brcajciabt froin 7 to 2, Dinner
from 4 lo 8. myl2-tf.
IT LEADS ALL.
No other klooil-piuifylng medicine ii made,
cs has tTer breu prepared, which so ajrn
plctclj nittt tho waiiu ot xihj2ic:ans ud
the geut.cr.1 pelihs as
It lead the lit a5 a trcly seien'JS! prepara
tion fur all L:-jj tU'c'isv. II there in a iurk
Onnnrnt S luiftairitof Serofala a'vut yon,
ObtvJrULA A'.B' Saim.u-vriha will
dilhlt'c 11 and ivX if tro.n your system,
i'or couU:utiuul cr ..iruful.ius (Jat irrh,
pIT-"r;L! AVKB'S S'.ti'ArAlllLI.V i tllO
1,'Alriiiiin true riinlv. It Im cured
uuniWrles c. II. will stop the inivivous
catarrhal dhcii.irg-s. aji.l reaiove the siekin
iu; cHlcr of tuc li.vi.'.U, vjlch are icdioidom
OX scrofdloiu u:iM.
Hi rrPilQ -tto,Tex,SpU.B.
"At thc;tco of tw y-tnrs oni ot
QftprJ cLIMren tjrr.l4y utU.cUt!
OUaD. with uUtrnud iaui;i;i sore on iu
faca aai uec. Hii saino tjaiw its eye
were moUeu, much. ia!fli!-il.Ki ver'r
C'rtfir Sv'iTO y3i':i.t:!Jlo!i ustluita io v-
be employe.!. 'Ihev m:itvl in Tscoiiiiiiandlns
Ar.'s S.usai.i::lla. A fow tloso- prv
ducwl a perceptible iinprrro:tfnt, which, by
an .vihereiiuo t ynar o.ri'O'Iun;, w.-w oontin
ueilloa complete ami iur.nt:ie:it cure. No
evMpncc hasriceappKirc-i of the uxiitencJ
of any porofulous teiKltiiici'r hxtd no trcnt
ne:it of any dfcordar wu ever atU'udud by
more prompt or etfccttul results.
Vours truly, U. F. Jousos."
Dp.J.C.Ayep&Co., Lowell, Masv,
Sohl bj all Drurefeis' 51 - six bottlw for
a-llen St., Bat. 4th and otli.
Ilavins defcrmined to close out our business -in Tombstones we offer our
entire stcok cut sisting of - ' " - :
WALL P.A PER,
GLASSWARE, and ."
At such price. t!..t will induce you to buy; we will quo e a Un
oonnace you that this is a Geuu.ne Cloiing Out S-iB ,aJ 110 LJ-lwr
Wood Scat Chairs - -
Rockets from 1.15 to
Redstehds trom $1.05 . acli and uj.-;.rds
Pan at Spring Redx, (each)
Curiietsi from '2L
j unit uuucrUS -
Crockery ana Glassware ui i Si thnn ,Lt -CALL
AND EE' CONVINCED, AS WE MEAN WHAT. WE SAY,
P. S. AH parties indebtrd to u
I to us
Two Dwc ling Houses dbly looted, for ,1- ut,.d " . ,,.
C SOS 5 fig
PRICES OF HARDWARE ,
IRON EOUH GENTS A POUND
Black Diamond Octagon Drill Steel
I I Gents a Pound.
ENBZISII .STJBUZ 1& CTX. A POTjXD.
Ail kinds of Mining and Milling
supplies and Shelf Hardware and
Mechanics Tools of all descriptions
we offer and will sell at
SO X3JSi 035mrri'. liELOW cost.
WI2 MKAN'aWHAT AYJ3 SAYg!
These goods must
Our Terms are
:ld & Heyman'
will j,W c VI ad tct e t once a, .
r. h H
be Sold -atj; Onceg