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-The daily tombstone
The Pioncar Dailr of the Cair.p
JSiPE.ViBEi.13 ... ISsG
rb'BMMiKD EYEUY EVENING,
JAMES J. NASH.
Office on Allen Street, north side, between
Third and Fourth.
One Tear , .$10 00
gtx Months 0 00
Three Months S 00
Ons Month 1 CO
Deisyered by Carriers for 25 rents a Week
WILL A.NASH EDITOR.
George Oaks will come before the
oity delegation to-day for the nomi
nation X)i Chief of Police. George is
one of the best men in the country
for the position, and w&hopc that he
"ftill receive the nomination.
It is a good omen that the two
greatest educational agencies of
Coohise county both assemble tt
day. Namely, the public bchuul and
the republican convention.
Tennessee this year is running two
brothers for governor one Alfred A.
Taylor, on the republican, and Uobt.
L. Taylor, on the democratic ticket.
The former is a lawyer, and the latter
has been an editor. The brothers are
attached to each other, and will per
mit no vituperation to enter on the
campaign. The democrat has al
together the best chance of being
elected, but as the republicans claim
to have been increasing in strength
lately in Tennessee, they do not di-s-pair
of a favorable outcome.
Ve present this afternoon ii our
announcement column the name of
Mr. B. S. Coffman as a candidate for
the ofljee of joint councilman ror the
Fouthern district. Mr. Coffman is the
superintendent of the Bunker Hill
mine an 1 of the Watcrvalie mill. He
is a man who is identified with the
interests of this county and of the
"whole territory, and who can be
"elected by nn overwhelming majority.
We.h'opp tjat'the Kepu'dican co'nven
tion when thev oWt delegates t.i
Tucson will pledge them for B. S.
The Republican party cannot bo
too careful in making its nominations
to-day. The merits of the candidates
for the various positions fchould bo
carefully scanned personal preferences
get aside, and those placed on the
'ticket who can bring to it the most
Mrbngth, Particularly should this be
' the case in selecting the head of the
ticket. Of the four candidates, Bry
ant, Montgomery, Hatch and Abb ill,
the one" should be chosen who can
add 'one additional v jte to the ticket
-;The Democracy will place in the field
its strongest man, and prudence dic
'tatos that our strongest man s-hould
'bo pitted against him. The Republi
can party has no w.ilk over before it.
"Forewarned is forearmed."
Bop Taylor the democratic candi
date for Governor of Tennessee, is the
man who in 1S7S ran against Major
Pettibono for Congress in the First
district of Tennessee and literally fd
dled his way to the front. Bob wat
i famous In nil the country around as a
J fiddler'and at every picnic or country
f'dancO'-was a welcome guest. The
i-"juasteriy manner in which he drew
r the hair of the equine across the in-
:-testines of the feline in such inspiring
.-airs s "Rack-Back Davy," and the
"Arkansaw Traveler" cudearr-d him
' to the public heart. Major Pettibono
yho was a carpet-bagger from Michi--.
Ran, louked upon him with lofty con
tempt and alluded to him the "oeard
luss boy who fiddles." When it came
"" t.i Bob Taylor's rejoinderjhe appreach
? eil the table with a fiJdle in one hand
. and a carpet bag in another and
placing them side by side : on
"the tablts asked the audience
which it-wouid have. The effect of
'"this little piece "of strategy v.-ns tre
mendous, and Bob defeated Major
,'Tettibone by a majority of 70 iu a
district which had previously rolled
'up i republican maj jjity of -4,000,
The selection of a County Central
Committee is otto of the mst im
portant mattois that can come before I
the convention to-Jay. To jt will be
entrusted the management of the
campaign, and the result will depend
largely upon the ability and fidelity
with which the trust is discharged.
For the above reason no-one tiould
find n place upon the committee to
whom attaches a suspicion that he
will not do faithful woik for each
nominee, be he whom he may.
DlllJ Ui On hunfnj, &-P'- l
n. in., John W. Chillis, atd 45 je.irs unU
S amiitk:. uhf' 2C Uiijs.
The funeral will lake place from his
late residence, corner Fifth and Saf
ford streets, to-morrow Sept Mill, at
40:30 a.m. Friends are kindly in
vited without further' notice.
Ike Isaacs, as assistant secretary, is
the right man in the light plcicc.
llanvood presided to-day with dig
nity and fairness.
Frank Broad will surely receive the
nomination for Constable. He is a
worker when he starts in.
Cld boy Billy Bradley is looming
up like a quarter-horse for the office
of county recorder.
Mr. J. L. Melgrcn is a candidate for
the office of City Taeasurcr before
the Republican Convention.
Mr. L B. Van Burt is just out of
those fine importea cigars, but has on
hand the largest stock of liquors ever
brought to this town.
. Johnny Crowley '.vill appear befoie
the Convention to-day notwithstand
ing the mnlacious communication
that appeared in the Democrat yestei
day. Joe Bignon lias open his opera
house in Kingston and is making a
grand success of it. Several persons
well known in Tombstone arc per
The Tombstone office was deluged
with flowers this morning i: response
to a notice on Saturday evening, ask
that the same bo left for the purpose
of decorating the court noni for the
Miss Estclle Maxon has been ser
iously ill at the residence of her bro
ther on Fifth street for the p;.st ten
days but we have ben reliably in
formed that the young lady is now
convalescent which will l gO'id news
to her host of friends in this city.
A. J. Bitter will appear befoie the
convention this afternoon for the
nomination of County Treasurer. Mr
Kilter is a man among men, and will
undoubtedly receive the nomination
by acclamation. No treasurer in the
territory can show as clear a record as
Mr. Bitter, and we hope the dtlegates
will bear this in mind and say unto
him, "You have served us so well
that we need you foi two years
A DVEKTISEM EXT.
A3TI-CHIXESE CITY TICKET.
CIIAS. N. THOMAS.
TOR COUNCILS! EX
First Ward A. ASHMAN
Second Ward J. F. LIPPERT
Third Ward A. W. SMITH
Fourth Ward S. C. BAGG
FOR CITY RECORDER
M. G. CROWLEY.
FOR CITY ATTORNEY
FOU CITY TKEASUnr.il
rOK HEALTH OFFICER ANP CITY TAJC
G. W. CHAPMAN.
Notice Jo Creditors.
ESTATE OF DEUZliT. WEBB. DECEASED.
The creditors of and all persons linvln
claims against the said named cbtu.e aic
liercby noiffied to exhibit lliclr claims with
the necessary voucher to rue, within our
months afler first publication of tin- notie
at the store of Herrt-ra &. McClnre. in the
city of Tnmbstoni', Cochfse CQiinry, Tern
tory of Arizona, or the same will bo forever
b.urcil. ER.VEST O. McCLUKIC,
Tuinljftone, Si-ptember Kt..li$G.
J. C. PEAN..
?oubstuuc :st! CcJi;e3 CoH.tf;,
Qii-:cc at QjsiacxrA- ilorji.
ATTiS TION 1 1
GRAND ARMY MEMBERS,
And all who may visit San Francisco next mouth.
SUMMERFIELD 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 the- visit San Francisco, to call on
them and get the finest ciothinz, cheaper than any other plase iu
Having' Fitted tip this liost.au t ant new and Complete iu
every particular we are prepared to nerve 'to
the people ol Tombstone the
Fines I; Meals Iuriches Suppers
That the .Market Affords.
Private Ice Cream, and Coffee Parlors.
OYSTERS I2T EVERY STYLE.
Suppers for Parties a Specialty
PARKER & 13UJKN&
Call in and
At a great bar
gain in a very de
sirable locality an
five rooms, closet
and bath, with
and dining room
furniture. F o r
ars inquire at tkk
JN Till JVSHCIAS i tun OF FIX ONI)
T.iwui-ljtp, j t'u- (.' Mil of Ccclii'e. 'iVr
llU'O l -'.nzens.
11 A Kol'lT;. I'laii:t;fr, ' Jlij Eemir.-Crkt-r,
'llio n-rrit.iry of Anzonti sends rieetliiK
to Klmir.i t'oker, ik-lenilunt.
You iirc Itcivby Mniiiii .-t(i to'ipr'ir lic
iore me, at mv o'llico i:i U-iim.ii, in tin: tiiiit'
tj of Coihwe. on the 14th day ol O- tol tl,
lhSO, at J oV-loek a n., in an action bionirhi
-nsrnlitet .ou bv talA lillintlll', to i:nMertl.e
complaint of the above iniinu.l plaintill.
Said action is biotijrht to iccovtr of you
Hie ;um of 'metj dollars and lifty-tivc cent.
a on at count ftaleU, heuvcen you and the
I'lin ol Kok'T Bio., Bcnfon, A'iz.ma, foi
noils i-old and d livcrctt to ou at 3 'iur in
stance and icqut pt, and for money advanced
a will more lnlly appear on ftatemeni on
tile in tins otiiie nhith is made pp.ut ol
complaint Uy plaintitl", or judgment will be
taken against jouiorllie fain amoun", lo
tiether will: cots of this suit If you fail to
appear and answer.
In the Sheriff or any Constable of said
Make U-jral scivice and due return thereof.
Given tinder my hand this Stii day ol
KOBT. L MIU.EK,
A Justice of the Peace for taidTounship.
IN THE COUNTY COUUT, IX AND TOR
the County ol C'uchbc, 'leiiiu-ry of Ari
zona, CECELIA LOUDON, ?ij ntlff, j
ALEXANDEU LO-IDOX, Defendant f
Action bioushtin tlie County Conrt of
Co-hiM-, I'eintory or AiUna, and the com
plaint Med in the s-aid Countl' of C'ochi.e.
in the othce o." tlie Clerk of the kind count r
'Jhe Territory of Arizona sends jreettif
to Alexanuer LouduL. Deiendant.
You hi e hereby retuiied to apt-ear In an
action brought a-tain.-t you by lhe aboe
named plaintitl. in t' e County Court of Co-
chise Count), territory or Arizona, and to
answer the comnlaint tiled therein, withi:i
twenty days (exciusivo of the day of service)
alter the service ou )ott of thi suinuion?. if
served ithiu this county; or if served out
of this county, but in this district, within
thirty da)s; otheiuise within forty da)s, or
pidf:nc.it by default vill be lal.cn a'.ui.t
)ou accordiii): to thepra)er of said con
ula'nt Said action is hrouirht to recover a decree
of divorce from the Biuid of .Mulriniony.B
fully appears by the complaint tin d herein,
- duly ccrlilied copy ol which U hereto at.
tachei'. And you are 'lereby uot lied that if
you fall to appt ar and answer tile &.nd coin
plaint, a aboe lequ'uet!, tne ni'id plain. ill
will apply to the Court To: the le.iel pia)d
for iu said complaint.
Given under my hand and i-t-i l of the
County Court of Cm liise O.t.i.l). I ei riti.rj
of Anzuii.t, tuib -Jib ri.it of -vn..t, A. ii
A. (j. M i ( 1 .1 .il
I don't tell fch'iulder t-Ui-1: fi r j or
tt'ihouse fcti'iik; or two ortlin'i' yt'nr
old bacf fur vea!. Geo. 1). iKniiin,
Fulton JJarket, cottier of 7th anJ
HS1?. -2-tIi AN3 5 til
- - PKOPlilETOBS
TO I'ETEIJ BOX BE AND BENJ J MARKS
You aic hcicby nolitied that I have cs
pciidcii the suin of (sl.tOO) one thousand
tlollar cuircncy of lhe Uniie. S:.t in
laimi and imp' ovt uicnis upon the Xcllie
Jainc? and Salltiai- lolcs or iniuina claims,
Kiti.ati-d in Mi.lcr'.- C.iiijiiii,lluachiifii tnnuu-..hp.-,
(.cliisi- couhty. territory of Ariscun.i,
i order lt hold Hie- si d lodes or u.;uii!
l.iitiin i"r t tie ;t..r-t-ridif-r Dtn-tc'icr 31,
' tl, 'bS!; 1S4 ami !S. u idcr the
(.rtn is.:iMi re. tion 251i. It. vi-cd Mn'utrs
"f I. e Luit ti t. lait s, to , it: For Inl.or and
.lriri.vcint :,'..!- upon ti.e -a.tl thun for the
car cluing tcml'ir SUi, Ifbl, one liui.
cied diihii" f.i. h; for'hi- .ta. cndinj: D
cuii''er 31, lfX out huinli'cl doilats each;
or tne cai ei.diinr Dt't-ci:ilT 3!. 1 S3 one
mil. dnci t'ollait. t:fh: fir the jenr ciKlin-r
Det-t niter 31. lSjt, oi,e himdiiii dt .l..r.
eacli; for tlio jtai piitlin; De-em'.'ci 3',
oi o htinditd dol'.iri- cjiIi 'lutal ! r
.he tl.e jc. r.-, the i-um ol (-Jl.HCO1 one thou
The It.cat on notice of the said claims
briup recindrd a IoIiums:
Xeiiie Jjntt min iijc claim, iu book 4."
p. ire 21. ai t' 213
Ma ina.- niliiui claim, ill hook 4, pases
In the licuriU of Cochi-t; cnnniy, Terri
o.ynf A,-iz na, trauscritcd iioni the fiina
Ami il wit. -in ninety (53) ri'iy.t after tips
notice tiy i.hlifaii. n, tm f-Ji or' ifi'n-e to
coniilbuie, eat h of jon,yt.ur prop ii lion of
-iKii cMci.ta i: e, .10 tiM win-is, jour inter
est in tin: id l.d. s i r imninir clainit Will
bPfomc the iropiriy ol tLe unJciMned
urdci said reel ion j:f.
11. II. HOU.EXSTIEX.
C'h.M i:itf'n, CchibC Co , A.T.. July --0, lsSC
Coolest F.'ace in Tor.n.
he If titi ii i': in it no filco
the clou s! 1: t e in tl'istin li i t cp
cat at. Jliu-iy hdt ni 1 rs" t tr klelv
tun alcd ll,i j:c i mar icm.i 1, ai.e; ii-Mleg
people of 'I i.i. tttoi e to cile him a
when lie i l it i.v.i.ik tl cm tl at tl oy
be seivec at ail tin.if, with the' iho
and to do the ilpht tiling by his customers.
Tt.c Tombstone public have tried h'l.Vand
ever found him ciookod. T21if
And don't ou forjet it, that Woliott it
Jfeslck Lave the fineM toilet soav.s for sale
that has evur been offeicd to the people of
this city. G22lf
Fremont ttrcot, opposite Rchief
feiin liiill. On and and after May 11,
1880, meal.' from SO rents and up
wards. Breuk:ai-t front 7 to 2, Dinner
from -1 to 8. my!2-tf.
IT LEADS ALL.
Ko other blood-purifying modlcino Is made,
ot has ever bteu prepared, lrhicli go com
pletely meets tbo vrauis of nhjaicians aud
tat gtiueru.1 public as
It leads the Itet as a truly scientific prepara
tion lor all blood dise.iscs If there is a lur&
QnnnPM! k !u taiup of Scrofula aNjutyoiu
OitiUl ULH AVEU'S S-llHArililLLA 7ill
disittdge tt and expel it from your system.
For coitstiiutinnal or scrofulous Catarrh,
Pr-TinrHl Avki:'s Svsaimkilla U tho
UnlHitnfl true renuidv. It lin cured
uumberjess ci-es. It will stop tlie uaneoua
cat irrhal d:-cli.irgis, and rt'move the sicken
ing odor of tho breath, wuich aw iUdiouJuus
of seroiuiooj origin.
" 1 1 aito, Tor., Sept. C3, 132.
'At the ao of two vear3 ono of
Qnnpr my clitMreii v.tw tirriCly atKictod
Cyi-vl vitU ulcerous ruunm? fores on its
face and itc!i. At t!9 same time its eyci
wore swollen, mnoli fntii.ned, and very sore.
Ofir.r Cv-" Phvgieians told usthata pow
v)u;C ClC orfulalterj-tivijnieilicinomust
15 :uploye U They united In recom mending
Av.:jt Si;viv!;i!.lv. A few dosss pro
ducetl )i p'TOPptibie improvement, which, by
ai ojlln-r-injy to your dirfetions va? contin
ued to a complete and iMjmument curu. No
evidence has finee appeared of the existence
of any scnjfulous tendencies; and no treat
ment of any disorder was ever attended by
more prompt nr 'effectual n-sults.
iouri truly, I;. F. JOHsox,
Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co. , Lowcl!, Mass.
&ld by all DruYjtlf tv SJ. six bottles for $U
-llcn St., ."Bet. 4th and 5th.
rravts detrrmlned to dose out our lusit.e.s in ' Tombstone, e offer our
entire stock corsisting of
CARPETS, ' . '
At such prices tLat will induce ycu to Luv; we will qao B a raw prion
convtnee you tLat this is a Genuine Closing Out &I and no LrZlag
Walnut Marble Top Bedroom Eetts, 7 pieces - -
v alnut Wood-i'op " 4i
Imitation Walnut " (t ic "
Wood Scat Lliaiw - - '
Rockers from $1.25 to - 7 -
Bedsteads troiu $1.C5 rucli and up-,vrt!s - "
Patent Spring Beds, (each) ' " "
Carpets from 5 (ei)1s per 'yard and upwards - I, '
Crockery ana GW.ure at Its, tluu cost
CALL AND BE CONVINCED, AS WE 3IEAN WHAT WE SAY.
ToniIS Strictly Oasli.
P. S. All jiar'ics itdfht-d to ut
Two Dvvc ling Hous
PRICES OF'HARD'WA RE.
IROF EOUR CENTS A POUND
I I Cents
All kinds of Mining and Milling
supplies and Shelf Hardware and
Mechanics Tools of all descriptions
we offer and will sell at
SO PER OIIPTrJL iJSULOW OOJ?.
v.rK h:l:ax what v. a s.r :
These gcods must
Our Terms are
eas? ca!I and set le at once at .1
-otcl, for' saU rurtli. d or u fu nU! , d.
VfcA. it 3
14 VTS. A POIND.
be Sold .Once