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The Pioneer Da:'? of the Camp.
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?MA.Y27 ."....", 16i3.
f V BUSHED , EVEKr EVENING,
JAMtiS J. XA'SIT.
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Office on'.Allen' Street, north side, be nice n
Tltrd aud Fouttb:
', Delivered by Carrier for 35 cents a Week.
TE republicans are getting on
'Oh no,-wv won't get there or
nothing.. k '"' ' '
-We -fenotv ''something, but we
won't ttlr for a'feW daya.
'How do you like the judge7
Ain'tfiW (feudv. ' " "l
His Honor, Judge Eitzgerald, sit
dcwi on the boiler plfitc this niorn-
Nevjj -before -have- we had a
judge libe'-tlie" Hon. Judge Fitzger
. 41$.'. It is no use trying to bull
A NEW locomotive turned out
the . other da' at Albany, on her
'trial trip" attained a speed of over
'BevViitjf """iftiles ' aij hour. Her
wheels are seventy inches in diame-
We don't think ihe boiler plate
will crre.to publisji any more of
fice commnnieations or an) other
:kind while the Hon. Judge FHz
gerild is-in town.
The work of counting the funds
in .the Treasury has been completed,
:aar' report made to the- effeet
ttiafc-Vverylhing js correct. The
Shortage has alwavs"" oj-isted in
the.Dmocratic ir.ind, to wj.
CJENIcCLELLAjTsattat-k op Spc--jretary.
Stanton in the.l&st number
'd the.Century will do no damage
-to the cemory of the latter. It
will only remirjd people that the
' living jackass always did like to
kick the dead lion.
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A.GIIE4T deal of confidence is ex
pressed by-the -Spanish physicians
in the' new theory of inoculation as
protection against cholcr.i; and
the feolliig is sKare'd'to a consider
able 'extent- by the profession in'
other countries. The principal
(Jr&wback in the matter seems to be
Vh4t person "inoculated has no'
"way io "satisfy himself that he is
,safe except ty ' taking a definite
risk of .catching the disease, In
time, however, this necessity will
'disappear; and there ismanisfest
reason -to believe that the" theory
' Ynlkproyq to be a sound and use
ful one, a,t Jcast in thway of re
?dacing the tYro? df cholera, "if not
ofp'rayenting it altogehcr. '
A'BUBPEN calm "has fallen upon
the turbulent spirits of theJ nations
'which afew weeks ago' filled al-
fmost every quarier of the earth
'mfh'war-and preparations for war
'EngjjBjdapd' Russia, are" shaking
handed the ilahdi is left to his own
-"dcTIC! yfance.has taken her fee
ble grip rronjTthe throats of China
and Madagascar, our marines ate
homes from Panama, Central Amer-
" ie has recovered from, "its brief-
fIowy,.ihe, Canadian '-.Jialf-breeds
are ruefully gazing on their ruined
fcomeii" and desolate -field, Germany
has 'stopped ''walloping" "African
aavagasf and, 'altogether; everybody
is satwfied, except the men who
ffenVlong" owhcat- '
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, . DltTUbt Realize.
Oahitston .Mav 27
lion. Don A. Pardee, United States
Circuit Judj;r, pasjed through this.
city today en route from San Antonio
to. New Orleans. From hint it is
learned that the suit in equity tiled in
San Antonio, in behalf "of the bond
holders of the Bio tirande and Pecos
railway has been tei initiated by the
sale of the road and the distribution of
the assets. The road and property,
which cost the projectors SG00.000,
sold for 100,000, and after the pay
ment of expenses and other indebted
ness there remains but SI 1,000 to be
distributed among t' e bondholders.
- TspDlngth Mines.
' Nasuvilll, .May 27.
Col. Craw fori', cf lcnnslvaiii,i, is
liaving a 'ine frojji CleiiEoc Stnd, hi
Fentress County, to Caitli.ij;o bvin ey
ed; to connect with the teiiuinus of
the survey made to Cookville fiom
Carthage. It isbaid that oik will he
oonrni..". :ed by the lit of October on
the road leading to the mines, which
are considered very valuable, and will
be speedily worked.
Grand Arm interests:
"Wasjiim'.tov, 31 ay 27.
A delegation represented the (Jratid
Army of the Republic of the depait
mentof Pennsylvania and the Veteran
Uights Union called on the President,
Secretary Manning and Gen, Black,
Commissioner of Tensions; to day, in
the interest of the enforcement of the
laws relating to the appointment and
retention of ex soldiers in the civil ser
vice of the United States. h their
interview with the president the dele
gation asked that the law gi.'ing the
preference in appointment to e'-uiiion
soldiers shall be esfon.ed where er re
movals are made and that when re
ductions of force aie made, the lav.- of
li7", v. hiv'u provides t!:at in the mak
ing of any reduction of force in any of
the dt--partue;:;.( iasons in.ty be given
The president j. reply assured the
delegation that he desired to do nil that
can be done fur the old soldiers; that as
i'ie:dent, it i- his dr.ty to see that all
the laws of the United States are en
forced, and that he jv.'ouhIa.'s the
claims of the old so'idierw up in t lie
government, but he ifiid it lu inipns.si
ble for him to give his attention to in
dividual cases. The delegation then
asked that he allow them the privil
ege of laying before him by letter or
otherwise violation of the laws m
'Ideation winch should come under
their notice, and they asked further
that where such cases are brought to
ids attention li give thorn immediate
attention. The president assented to
these requests, and said that he would
be ' glad at any time to receive any
communication from them, and would
give all their communications proper
Mount Cakjiel, III , May 27.
The coroner came down this morn.
ing and summoned n jury to investi
gate the killing of the boy Long, as
tdegraphec yesterday. The facts are
as follows: Johnnv Long and OHie
Brown, two boys aged about 1G years,
got into a fight about a dog, and the
Brown hey was gitting ths worst of it,
when he called for kelp. At this Vic
tor Grecnleaf, ' who worked' for the
Brown bej's father, picked up a- club,
and with both hands, dcs.lt youug
Long a blow on the side of the head,
knockinfi him off the other boy and
crushing" his skull. The victim lin-
sivafI until t R li?e tnnrnin" illirftn
a... ....... - v 0, -..--..-
scious and in great pain, when death
came tb his relief. "
Lost or Strayed.
Oae buckskin 'horse, four years old,
about 15 hands nich, io brand
One black horse, 8 'cars old, about
14J; hands high, Mesican brand oa lift
hip and J. ij. -on 6hou'.dcr. The above
were la3t seen on the ranch of Thomas
Dunbar at Trcs Alamos. A liberal re
ward will be paid for this return to the
The tlifitni'ini'tit ngNteictl tfT ili-yrtc-it
Auliiiicr Uu.-cli beer on diiu;:hf, ice
cold, iit the I'.inK Ltclutige I '! tt
Kor-a rirt-t-s livery tur;i out call a
the Fashion Swl'!". tt'-M-lw.
The Batik Exchange snlapn Ucvim the
only genuine brind of Ton Kettli
Tom Jones of the Pony :i'oon tins just
received nu invoice of tho genuine Ten
Kettle nhiskv, foui Tenri oKI. 4 2I'tI.
Good XeiVK lor tia h'ttlir.
A Schurtz, the mot attentive stioe
de.kler, tun just received una him Irtd and
seventy-live enses t shoes, including the
luteit styles of lidie im;ioitcd Fiench
ihoi"), and aNn a 1 irge lusortiuent i)
cliiidicn and infHiitV shoes. Mi. Scliu-jirlz
cotuidi is i: ui trouhle .d ecnilit hi
stock to the 1 lilies, and curdriljy invitrs
them to cill and exainiite bi KiiodeS. 10
Hjx. AV. F. rrrzuKKAi.n. .TtnciE.
ToMjurroM:. My 2S. ISii.-).
Court met :".t y o'vlix!,. yeterdu' uiia
Utes- were read.
M.iiri:ie Fowler s William Favler D!
oice; case eet for June ij.
Teiritoij -. I)ai Minder; rae on tiiil
SelJoar docs a popular remedy vin such a
strong Lold upon thi public confidence a has
H ill's IlAll: KIM'B I K. Tbccaeia whlcU
U Ua aecoini'li-hed a complete restoration of
eolor to tne )iair, and vigoroia healtl. lo tho
scalp, are im.imienMe.
Old people like it for itswor.dorful powerto
restore to tUt i whitening locks their original
color ami beauty. Middle-aed people like it
I'ecauo it prevents tbem froni gettins bald,
Lccp diudruil awaj, and ir.ike the Lair
prow thick and strong. Young ladies like it
as a dressing because it gi es the ha.r a beau
tiful glojy lutre, and enables them to dress
it in whatever fona tlicy wri. 'lhus it is tlia
faorito of all, and it Las bccoiae so simply
because j; disappoints no one.
ron THE WIIISKEKS
Has become one of the mot important jwpv
lar toilet articles for gentlemen's use. W hen
the beard is gray or naturally of an unde
sirable shade, Uccmscuau's Dl is tho
iCP.nall & Co.,Xasluia,X.H.
Sold by all urujgisU.
In U-'. After dale ice wiP b?
soiu :tr -' ff nts. prr pound
In ;rice ot ice. '1 he Southwestern
Ice Co. r.ereiiftir w!ll furnt.-li le.- to
Faniiltis, b'.t'lt'?. I.'id'n Iioii;(.
I.iiry Htblilt's and o'.hir small con
sunieit, '"up '
OE DOU.XR A y.'ECK.
I!. W". Voon .Vi.m:i"cr.
mi tot m$W
1V10ST PERFECT MADE
I'reparcd by a physician vr.xh f pecial rcgud
to health. No Amir.cn.a, I.imc or Alum.
Will be paid for the arrest and
conviction of the thief or the
thieves who burglarized our store,
and a return of property,
Fitzhonry & Mansfield.
Tombstone, May 25, '85.
Notice or Dissolution of Copartner
ship. Notice is I'crehypivoa that the co.partner
slim heretofore exislins bet-vcen .lolin Dutfy
andC. 1. Cuinmins in the butchering husi
titss at Bisbce, isthii day dissohcd.iiiid the
SHidbu-Mness will hen after he conducted by
C. L. CumraiCKN who will ?-siiinc all nrui
liability G. I.. Ci'MMlNOi,
Biaee. May 1, lc5 Join Purrv.
"BROAD & TREVILIAN,
Wines, Liquors, antf Cigars.
North siac, near the corner of Fourth,"
Wc invite all our friends to five ti f rail.
The best of treatment suaianteed.
Fool TobUs. 7-rusic, Mc,
Still in the Front.
SO Cases 60
Of Ladies' Ml.s.V and Childwn's Shoes and Slippers. Just TMelycd the lar.
gest eoiisiiiiuneiit ever t;'.ide from New York to any oii( house in Ari.
zona, an J shipped at tho Late Reduced Rates. This -sfill io the New
Eta in tho
Shoe 3usiness of Tombstone.
A MANTFACTi'KMIJS IJANKKUPT STOCK IIOVGHT FOH
ai'o-v cash at ir ckms ox Tin: doLi-aj:.:
0ne"L"oTTidie3' Opera Slijipe-s at ?! a lair worth S1.7.ri; Ladic' Sandnl
Slippers at SI. worth S2.; Ladies' Oxfoid Ties at l..")0, wortli 2.50.;
Ladies Newport Ties at ."Q, worth S.50.; Mi-ses' and Children
Slipjiers at 7." cents, worth l.TiO.; Ladies American Kid Button Shoei
at l.."0, worth 2.50.: lj-die.-,' Pobble Coat Buttoned Shoes at 1.25,
worth 2.00.; Ladies' Gknu Kid lll:h Cut with Tusel.s at 2 50
Ail JCIfff tnt SfocJs of French Kid Shoes and
Slijipcr standard mctkes, will be sold
oO Per Cent IBelcrw tiieii? ValLie
Ladies lake Notice.
"We havn fitted up a pcrlor exclusively for the purpose of fitting on shoes,
L-iJie-i will tind this to be a, great t'onveuieut-v, as it is entirely apait
from tho store.
NEW YORK DRY
PROFESS IONA L CA UDS.
W. II S ivoi..
itoi::ci:y' at law. iustjuct attv;
.i Owice, '.'nurt Ihuwe. 1 i.mh-!nn...
ti. ;vi. s'.v.i :..
i TTonvrv ati. '.v. :d noti:v itii-
.'1 lie Olii-fon Vn-ir. iiict hetueeu Ailrn
rd Kremont Iierty
Pltysieiti:i, Siivcoii tinsl Gyr-
Ornrr Fourth Strict, opposite the Occi
dental Hotel, Tombstoue.A. T
D5?. E. P. RYDER
OrncE Corner Fourth and Fremont streets
T. 0. DRUM
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
OrncE Fifth street, ccar .' !!en.
51 1 Allen st., bet. 5th and Gth.
The finest quality of beef, pork, mutton
venl and lamb kept constantly on hiud.
The undc-r-iiied would respectfully
inform the public that he has made ar
rangements whereby be is now able to
turiiish nothing but the best of,
Of every dej-ctirtion, Wholesale and re
tail, at the lowe t possible maririns to
suit the times, at the Union Meat market.
Aly wa;jrn will call Rt nil parts of the
city for orders and deliver the same free
E. J. NORMS, Proprietor.
Motfce of Forteiture.
TO J. C. BIJKXETT, YOUU HEIRS. EX
ccutors, administrators or a?isns: You are
hereby notiaol that the undersigned has ex
penderi one hundred dnilar-. ($100) iu labor
arnt improvements durinc the year A. p.
lfcd upon the Crytal Star mining rlaim,
fiittl ltl'tl ill Tnmt.f lni- TTifntTi. jll.i...
county of Cochise, territory of Arizona, for
iuc uiiu:u oi noiairi said mining claim
under the iiroisiOii of section IWil of ;hr
Revised Stfttlltf nf tl.. ITniS.rl !snt..c ty.A tt
at the expiration of ninety days after the ser
vireof this notice by publication you should
an orrciuse to coutrioutc our proportion,
to.w it: lift r dollars nnd Ilif. rot if il.i. .rl.
vertisement, as co-owner, jour interest in
.t.n ut it mi ..... .. .1. .n. ..Ill . ... ( . ..1 .
tion 1M. lircome Ihn rtritwrft- rt' th. iTfi.Ti.r
.T. M. NASH.
Dated Tombtone, Cochise county, Terri
tory of Arizom. March 10. 1S-S.'.
riAtl JB Vkmikr
""l"""' PRIVATE orCHRONIC NATURE
W""ti i-ni. 5. ?tMt u K-i' !.
L. M. J'.tou, Ai.rkut Srni.Mir.u,
TOMBRTOE. j 1U7GZA
Kef i-hc tlcpoit. I.stie i irtifirntep.Muke.
riilltt-tioiM, Draw Kchane on All the
T -ineip.il Cities ol llio AVorld, Ami trans-
GEXEKAL RANKING DUSISESS.
The hil .'t price paid for Mcxlcaa U
er, couuty and city w ariantii
ON SIIA1CJ2S, 200 IIKAD
By a responsible firm who own a good
Hunch mill lunge, stocked with 250
head of cattle. For particulars,
Address "L. & A."
"isa (Jmndc, Arizona.
Real Estate, Mines, Money anA
Real Estate Konsht, Sold aad Hiz-Mi,
ollf-ctionn JIade, Taxes I'aid, etc.
IWIoncjf Loan NegotUtcd izd Inveitmcnt
Insurance Fl'C Accident aad Llf e
Aftrtfc class bakeiy in Tcnib
stonc, together with horse, wagon
store-fixtures ar.d baking tcol?.
This is a rare chance for a bargain
as the owner desires to engage in
other business. Address "N." post-1
ofScbox. "N'o.2. Tombstone,A:;.
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