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l:u.' n.ticho calm-,
llev. David McFawit still lingers
with us. j , v.-. j"
The tHerii'oirTotcroj'fetcred 02 do;.
today.. j ;, , .; - ,:.), ,(.
The Justices'' Court furnished goose
eg's to the reporters to h'y.
(tMier.il Wat-dwell was among the
ari'vals iis the city to-day.
Ufana Nick 13 reported diiile sick ii
t 1 r..u ! .
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S.immer i-s hen? sure enough; and'
t 1 . . . s. . " 1 1
ov.o n ed h:ive no.ear of soaking his
liny a ticket iar ihc school benefit
hi F rash's circus on .Saturday next.
Giis. Lee diswnsea the finest Cock-
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.uls prctluccil iii town, at Frank
llroad's. , , .
The trialef Cnfby, the expressman,
charged with an afsault. on one (Jar
eia, is iroj;r--Hsing as the TomustO.nk
goes to j rcss.
Mr. W. .1. Ohoyney, managing ,di
rector of the T. M. .C- JI. Co.',-who lif.g
1 eily.'jArn.mng some i:ay3 Jt., "?,'
Iriwiscii, is expected here to-dsiy or
T he nly d'jtuineut tiled for recon!
u-1 . Hjjjjefd from A. A. U right
ti I)illa MrShatti; l.ts and C,
block 21, Tonibft'One:-.7).
Jno. M crs, Itetler known aleejiV
Tom," wa.s yesterday ai'y.idgi'd insais'i 1
hv Dr. ".V.il'is rtinl hv Judge lVel,
vominitted p tlie Stockton (Oal.) In
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Jul,'' W. It. fitillv. -11. Who has
h "ii e.vpivtiii,; a hoy-cott front his
h.'tter-half f-r several .'lays, was aston-
i-l: '.1 to l.ura thi nrinii:m;.th.itil Was
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a d 111.4lU.u-. M ithor an 1 chil l uoulg
For th iiaot pickle.l p'i-s feet in
1 1 w
;lucity, go to' Marliii 'Laughlin's
h iteher hop, corner .Seventh an I
Fi-eniont streets'. 7" r 7-tf.
J?srs ivs i- laind recently-nhii-
ped tweritv-rohr car.ioails 0 ciU'ij
.;! t i
from their ranch on the Kiro.ico-
ti iri to Los Angelc county, where
they will he fattened for the market.
Aycr's Hair Vigor restore. the orig-
1i.1l t'oiur hv its Rtinuilatiiig action at.
the roots, produces a '. Igtjreil j;:pyth
itid gives tlie hair ll'.i't Leautiful ius
er which rqsf'ts unlv fom a j-trong,
healthy condition. 5-G-lw
Tuc To.m:ston"e acknowledges the
receipt of complimentary, tickets to
Frush's circus rfhieli gives an enier
tai inr.Mit r"er..4.i!i'fJ:y.' for thj Iteuef
it of the public scLcoie.
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Wolcott it Jtctii l: have ust icceiv
ed and. have- on exhibition at their
i n 11
utorc the finest line of toilet soaps in
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this city, which Jhey .offer for sale .to
the public At reduced rates'. --3t)t-
At the recent city election in I' tic
nix, Frank Trott, formerly under
sheriff, beat Henry G.irlias for city
marshal II votes. The latter has held
theoll'ije ftfr lr'e conseciiliv
and was thought to be invincible.
A rich stiike
3 repoileil 111 1 lie
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I'j'iibnte Jjiiii. one pf the pi'.merties of
the r", M. & M.. q..'., aiid located, Ii
t-horl distal:';': south of ,tle V".-l tildv.
Tlie ledge is recoiled t!urt feet wide
and averaging thirty ounces in til-
ver to the ton.
ChasIIarris, the inipul.ir tailjir- has
removed 1:1s jlbring establishment
Lo the I'othiu Hlnek, Allen Street, op-
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ji'jtejhe Fashioi(' st-vli'es; '" 'th -v litu.-
i.'l of Spring goods'. . , 3 25tf
Mr. J. S. Taylor, who is w. ll-known
im the most e.vpeit safe-er.icker in
Arizona, in ii !av;fl way, ttjpk wings
Mils morning for V'i'eox, whitljer he
ifoes to bre.vk into tlie sate of Morton
t- Mr. John Lang, fornieily a resident
of TomlMone, hut now eilga';ed in
hc wholesale biiteherng 'jusiuess ia
Los Angeles, is in the city, and a
fuest of the Occidental. He reporti
the City of the Angels iis waking
giint strides iii tlie path of progress.
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From Profes.or Sherman win; lives
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'ivr the south en 1 of the llu lohucas,
t'.ii.l who came into camp vcxtcrd.iv,
!' :s learned tliat 110 hojti'o T)idians
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h.i'e been seen in tint section for
sonio tiiii.-. Djt leh'-.u-nto ot I. S.
trooiis are ntutioued at the Ojn de
u.i r.uieh, and midway hetwui.i the
Ifrtter p6rtt-iitd lb? euo'.oni iiouici ,
W.wiixctox. .ty 3, iSb'S.
j , Mit Ku'Toli Eacter Miutd.iv i -
liU'ially 'jchlldreVs d.i.y'' iii V .1 Fiiii;
toi: and MS advent is looked forward
to witli eager anticipation hy the little
oiitx-j who repair ttj the "President's
Grounds," as the children say, to roll
eifgs-. This.is a peculiar hic'-'i custom,
s'.nu to strangers the scene; has almost
as great an attraction as to the chil
dren themselves. I)esbto the threat
tilling sky, the White 'jp'use Grounds
were taken pssess:o:i of hy the little
folks at an early hum- on Monday last,
and the sport of rolling eggs down
terraces commenced. As the day
advanced the iowds increased, and
llit! grounds literally swarmed with.
children, and grown people loo for-
that matter, who toe 1: an active pait
in IhVegg rolling sport. At half past
one the! President , -'received .the chil
dren in the Kasl I'oom. and the crowd
was s:: gr';'-t tint at tlie end of an
hour it became ncccesary in self de
fens! to order the door to he e)osl.
Tlie chil lien had heen Tiifoiiiiw that
the J'tesidcnt was goini? to distiibuto
i"..c'.r eggs", a::d they were greatly
dif-appi.iiitcd on linding ill it th'-ir
credulity had heen tampered with. A
cre-it, ikyil of ainiisciuvut Va- caused
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by a little, .-even-year old daughter of
Senator Dawes, who appeared some
Ihne after the dov Jp-.l been clotol.
t'r l.apj'TuaCliing the doorl.eaper, said :
"Tell the i'rcai.ient that Senator
D.iwe.s' daughter wants to see hiiSi."
After waiting for some time, and re-
'.) v'llg iio reply to her menage, f he
left, saying "It i-jut like these old
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A very la-jr-J and ciitiiiijiastie a'f.l-
ieiiee assembled at tlie Aleti-ypolitan
Churtli, on Tuesday evening last, to
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1'ste'i to the niemornd exercises, which
M-.d been arranged for the sixty-fouith
anniveisary of the birthday of General
Grant. U:io side of tlie church ha1
memhet's of the
Gr.mil Army, but the seals were found
to be insullie'ont, and 111. .ny of the
veterivns were obliged to stand in the
csi 'i'Jte ea.'nest sUteUtmn wilh
wiiic'.i '.lie 1.1:7c audience listened to
the addiess tliweJ hmv-deeply they
were intere.ite.liu the services.
The Senate has passed a very large
number of private licirs'-'ii bilU dm
i!!g t'ie wee';. Muny of thcte bills aro
le'eired by the Pension llureau to
Conjiress for action, because of sonic
lack in testimony, in cases where
there is no question as to tl.e jus'iee
of the claim. These claims are ex
amined carefully by .the Pension Com
mittees, and it is only .ipon the favora
ble report of thi committees that ac
ion is ttiken by Congress.
The proposition to place the man
ufacture and sa'.s of imitations cf
butter under tho control cf the In
ternal Uevenuc liuroau, and impose a
ta: of ten cents per pound, meets
witn a great d;:'! 01 favor and is likely
tu become a law. Pet'tices are pour
ing into Congress from all sections of
the countiy, from dairymen, merch
ants, and consumers'. It is urged by
the friends Of tile bill lhl the exposi
tion of imitaiion biiltvr, aiid its sales
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in foreign markets as tlie genuine art-
ic.l';, has teriou'sly injured the sale of
.nicieau dairv nroduets.
The dla -r.-sion in Senate of a
provision in the Poslollice Appropiia
tion bill, to provide a subsidy of $S00,
OOJ for Ameiieau steamships carrying
mails lo foreign couiuiies. has led to
an interesting debate. The amend
incut was ist'odiard by Mi: ..''rye,
and in -iis .support lit)' argued that by
subsidizing , vessels to ply between
Central and Smith Anieiica and the
I nied Stales, our surplus production
won! 1. find niaikets and the millions
of idle woikingmen and laborers
';oiiLl .liild xvoik, and Ihe existing
slr'.iies and l.bor troubles would come
to an eii:l. The dLeilscioli. of this
amendmeiit led to a spjiit-."'. debate
upon tariff which was participated in
bv several senalor.-..
The new Chinese Ministfr V'-:&
f"riiially picscntel to the President
011 Thursday. He wis attired in full
court coi'-ii'ine and was accompanied
by three of his siiit and an 'illerpreter.
Jn presenting his credentials tlie n'in
:ster said tjiat it would be his constant
aim lo maintain the friendly relations
! existing between tljc two.cqiintries.
I TJie labor agitation winch prevails
Uii'oughof the ei'imtry ha'- . tu-H'hed
At'ashingti 1.. audit is re ined that j
"':e UHmbers .if th.- v.ui aii Labi.r ',
Uiiioer i'i tlie ""( y Will to-d-r, demantl
that eight h urs be horeafl'er consuler-
ed a full day's work, and in tl.e eVent
of a refusal of tln-ir demand a general
strike 'i-l be 'ordered, in which event
between eiiiht and ten lho-is:nd men
Hill be thrown out of work.
The directors of the Washington
and Georgetown Street Itailway Com
pany lV'cently decided to re'di;' the
liirje of, teiv ei'ploycs from sixteen
to 'wolvo hours, after May 1st. The
acini wa- vol. ml -rily on the part-of
the company, and as a mark of ap
preciation a handsome gold-heaued
e.ine was presented to the president
of the company by the employees,
and the ears were on. Saturday decor
ated with Hags, bells, etc. H.
The following is the full text of the
bill to repeal the County Court Act,
iiilrod'iced by D -legate Dean, and
which passed the lower house of C011-gress-.i
day or two sin'in:
A bill lo hiyreaso ihi -jutisdictioii of
ProlMtu Courts in Arizona, and lo
rejieal all acts of the Territorial As
sembly creating county couits in
..-aid Territory -.
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JJc it enacted !ty (he Senate and
House of Kcptes: nhitives of the
Uiiitei! States of America in Congress
assembled, that in addition to juiis
dietion of all mallei's of jaohate, tiie
probate coiii ts in the different coun
ties in the Territory of Arizona shall
li ive appellate jurisdiction over all
ap;-e..i.-; from justices cf tlie peace, the
trial on appeal lo be de novo, and
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.1I-.0 original juiisdietion 111 all ca'tsC-3
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in which l!;e c-sl'im f assumpsit
would lie at common law, Where the
amount involved does not exceed live
Si:c. 2. Tiiul appeals may be taken
to t'le district court in all mattcis of
prob ite, and in all other cases to the
supreme court of the Territory, as is
or may be prescribed b'v lav"'.
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Sia'. 3. That, tOl !.-la or parts of
acts of the legislative assembly creat
ing county couits in tha different
counties ifi-the Teri'iTo'rT'cf Arizona,
a:e hereby disappioved an.d declared
to be inoperative, null ami of i'" ef
fect. . . .
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A:ltsi:::i Xolticl 3i :!hy.
The regular meeting of Charity
Legion, No. 3, S.lect Knights, A. O.
U. V. will take place this (Friday)
jvening ni 8 o'el.iek, at their Itetreal.
All comrades in good stan ling are
especially requested to. b:! )re.-ent in
f.itigiio uni'.;rii'l as business of impoi
tance will com j bj:'ore the Legion.
Ky order of V. D. Moxmoxic!,
J. J. Patto.v, lljiorder.
Frpslt ',fanciL hi'.l'.er and. eggs;
vinegar and pickles, California honey.
Xi'W po'atocs and fresh vegetables, on
hand at the California Prod ueo store.
Fremont street, between Seventh and
TnK'i: .''Vol ice.
If you want a good drink of pure
Her.nitagi! Uourbon, McISrayer Uoui
bon, Guchenhi iiiier".''.'-' and Hermi
tage lJye, call at Henry Campbell's
Keg House, All the finest Iced
drinks niaalo in the highest stylo of
porfo.-tion ; Champagne Cocktails a
specialty Abo English Ale and Gin
ness Porter, always bn band. Free
Luiich every iiAy. Cun'e AH, and
ICoi'ie Often. ap30 tf
The cb. I'-eu of Try Society Kpi.
copal Sunday stiool will hold a sale
and fail at 'he Library rooms of the
articles made ly them during tho
Lent seafon; together with sttch as
were dbi'.ated bv individual and
societies f: no the States on I'riday
evening, M.tv 7th, commencing at (
o'clock until !). Fancy ard useful art
icles in abundance, will be offered
cheap. Grand display, sociability and
ref'-esi'ments. Admission hee. All
aiv irritei'.. I et all conic and many
bu-. . ' . :3 2t "
If jhju want the finest raucii batter
ever, brought to this city, go to Dyar
& Ibddwiu's and gel a roll of tliat
liu.Uer which arrives daily from S'r
White's niuclf h" express. d-lUiI
Tl.r . 1 l f ill 11' b.jckb'.rils,
T" i-.I-ees full of l-r.'!--,
Tl.i. l!-ji l.i t'.! full ul li lew:i-li,
..Tin: liou-u is full or sails.
Wo tiunli!i' owr bc-d.sluts,
Kei-linini in the IihP. , .
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And il"un ilie stmi-o in spriii!; tiiae
Swiirc sn v.i.'ly fall.
,,Vj2'-'i Ui stovepipe itre.ime'g.
On slo-sv vo.-l ami sliiit,
V,'! 1 ce 2 ham from i3'itisbnr:',h
Our s'.valluu-tiiil li-.-i:iit.
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Willi l.oaiilies m.mif)!il.
All ihu-u-al wilh InoiiKK'N, .
Ar'l bright with Itjwer-, nf oli!.
Couej cm, O rose-crowned Lenutj.
- Willi all you 1- charms utiirreeiii-il;
You but, wu'H lust li': happy
When llii? old houe i- i-U-ani il'
lliicky d''eill editor of Hoof anil
Horn, which bye the bye Is one O'f our
most readable exchanges', as it's editor
is one A the brightest ami slirightliest
editors in Arizona, recently took a
header into the sea of matrimony. 1
AfU r emerging he reports the result
of his plunge as follows:
"O'XKJLL SCIIINDLKU. Iii
Present t, A. T., April 27th, ISSo, by
the !!ev. Father Guibolosi, Wm. O.
O'Neill to M L-s Pauline M. Sehiudler.
I?y:refereneo to the above notice it
will be seen that thg. editor .of Hoof
and Horn has passed the Itubicon of
bachelorhood and now rjst-s i-i the
Denial lan I of matrimony. D we
like it? Go your bottoni dollar 0:1 the
proposition, if yo i would realizes a
hundred per ce.i'. on yo:ir money.
Sensations? Describe tlu.n? Impos
sible. Elysian, enchanting, "divine,
glorious, aesthetic, intense, entrancing,
ija.ytivating, inspir4.ig, eesth:tie, sera
pi:ic, aiigelicj. absorbing, engrossing,
enguhiug, moiiopoli.i.ig, engaging at
tractive, magnetic th vocabulary
fails us. They aro heavenly, with
enough of tlu h I'uan throw.! in to
enable tltciri to double discount any
thing in the liiia of hlxury tiat. Si.
Peter turn" the key pa, . TI:.-, djuble
distillcA joy. that a nuw feels after mt
ling an ip?irable kink into a fat faro
bank; the wild elation that some
times seizes the soul of tlu worl 1
worn editor when he ha-: Snlliv.inized
the man wlu wants an im-iuJiate re
traction, arc as lnthir.g- comp ire.l
with them. Thy are yu-n-yuni, long
dr.uvno'.it. The experienej is lifce
unto nothing but tho consumption o."
the soul by tho ejlurjil Hi-um of
Promotluan firoj. X) ba n 1:1 iusti
tution co.iip.ircs with it, n-i 1 wIlii it
fails, djn't deal us allaii 1 ii-: tli.: ganie
of liTe. To bo born is o.ily n.it.ible,
because it m ikjs th; 'xpjrionsj p is
sible; ti die is only droilful, b.ie.iina
it may terminate it. We hive it bad,
we know it, but thare is some satis
faction, in knowing th it tha party of
lie ic'coil'l .purt 1? 13 it 1 won. ' 1 1 1 ve
you trieil it?. Stay uith it, If you
haven't, try it ou atonj.-. Djlays are
doubly dangerous, an 1 if yo.i indulge
in any you may lose your gri,- and
ijaver get ti.:ro. O.ily a lottery?
Nonsense. It's U12 squarest k'ni.l of a
game, in which you. "put up" tlu
cards for your own benalit an I win or
lose on your own nurits. Y-mng man
and old, got int) ih 3 stream. If yp;i
can't liike care of yourself after get
ting into it, ge, the .right kii'j'. of a
girl ami hc, will see Hut. your head
doesn't get under water, an.l at th j
same tiire tcaoh you tint there are
some thiiigs in this life. Ih-it. border
very r.iMv, if .not within the botin-
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daiv of u:i.tl!oed bliss.''
A tijiifJiIneAc Si3:is'iie.
All ineinbers of this league, and all
persons who sympathize with is, prin
ciples, are hereby earnestly' rerUv.sted
not to patronize tho f.dlowing-iiamei!
persons or firms, or any business in
which iliuy are engaged:
K W. iliiu.iL; of Coidiiie H. it 'P. Co.
I!. W. Woods, gas.s'.nd ice man.
L. Hart, gunsmith. .
II. K. Tweed, general ii'c.f'jhandise.
J. P. Chun, city rceordei,
Chas. IJaccig.ilupe, butcher.
Webster Street, county judgo.
II. (i. Howe, surveyor.
G. (!., Merry, lawyer.
Dr. Willis,, county lin'su'iai!.
Ij. S!-oei:feUI'i of Shoer.foLl S.- Iley-
111:1 li. ' ' , . , ".
Maison Dorce l'eslaur:'.:.t.
Cochise Conn y Hank. i
IJy order of Ufa,, . .
ASti Cki:;ii: Ls.aui:.
Subscribe for tfieToMiisTtfs'i:.
Mr. Alex. Duncan is a prominent
"iw-mill and lumber man doing busi
ness on itfiHM.m Piver, in California.
I The-raid Dttncfin was rccjuestetl by.ap ;
A ili-Cllincse league in hia nerghl-or-hood,
to disconlimu the employment
f a number of Chinese in his em
ploy.. Aleck, who evidently belonged to
the H. C's, and considered it un-American
to be aslied to hep rid the coast
of, the Heartien Chinee, informed the
league . that it miht go to a place
ivnere "t'e worm dieth not, and the
lire is not quenched." The reply i
Aleck to tho reouest of the league
to forwaided lo Han Francisco, liis
consignees . interyipVved by certain
labor unior.s of tlial city, and when
a few days later, he sent ten car loads
of lumber from liis . mills to the Kay
City, it was met Dt tide water hy 'a
telegram from the consignees that
they-did not want it, for 'they could
not use it. Aieck and his Mongolians
are npt now engaged in prepariiig
himbei far the San .Francisco iiitirket.
Among tho arguments used by
those wl'.o are willing that the Chinese
should no J-ut who want them lo re
main a litt'e longer, is this, "How can
we get our washing done.' Any argn
inenl 011 this ietion is solved by
this aiiAWor: "Ji'ircfiilAe ail; A No. 1
Lirn.u Jokki: Waphiso alAciliNE."
This machiiid is light and simple,
cheap and durable, so simple that a
child or a weakly orsiekly woman can
run it without exertion. It saves lime
in fact a large family wash can be put
out in two hours. It washes clean
and does not wear out ywu;ji;cIotlie3.
Call and inspect one of the leadlines
at .Mrs. Grant who is the agent at the
American Lodging House, Toughniit
next door to the court house, Tomb
stone, A. T. -1-12-lf.
Mr, )). i'luiieh has 1'vil returned
frm -a vi-sst to Califoniia and the east-
err. states, where he purchased a large
assortment of foreign and domestic
goods of tho latest styles and paterns.
These goods arc now on ei-hibition at
his Tailoring Kmporiuni oii Allen
street, bctwech Fifth-iny '.f:rJh, jVUcro
ptt't'bs desiring new spring or sum
mer suits made to order in the most
fashionable styles should call. 4-17tf
JJjrgrs ior S.:lo.
k' 1 1.1
choice lot of eggs for ,-ett!rg
all pure blood
Golden Spengle Poland, Silver Span
gled Hamburg, Black Polish with
white crests, Wyandots, Lang Shangs
and Dark Leghorns. Parties desiring
eggs of any of the above for setting,
can procure the same by applying to
Sandy Hob, at t He .stage oflice. 4-29 tf
Messrs. Dyar it Baldwin the Fre
mont street grocers receive every day
by express that famous J. II. White
butter, which has no superior. This
butter is made at Si white's California
ranch, aiid has the Reputation of be
ing the L'ect butter iriade hi Califor-
nia, and Dvilr and Baldwin are the
soil n::enis 111 tins ciiv. o 011.
Organs and l'ianos, new, right from
the factory, will be sold on the intsal-
menl plan, at !?10 per month. Thefo
beautiful instruments nuist be sold.
,. Cull pud see them. Opposite the
Klitc Theatre. o-otf
Tlie untlersigiied has about ten
acres of alfalfa pasturage and y.boul
40 acres of good grazing land on the
San Pedro river, and is piepared to
take horses on pasture. Inquire ill
tyJa.'Vlleit street, tlie French -Wine
House! t o-otf
A first-clasp 'yI.ateii ciui rfcvilre em
ployinent, ty ''.'pjilying at-tlr liclipse
Uakeiy on Fremont Street. tf.
31: lit juleps, mint loddics and all
Uiitils o? 'iooling
irice of La Uosa
Hlanca Cigar. These cjgars have
been herelofoie c,.!i) Hires for fifty
I cents, but owing to having a large
i . - ' t
.stock 011 hand, Ashmiiii - W aluor
v.iil Imrcafter sell them at twelve aiiil
a-lialf cents, this giving the lovc.!
the favorite .tweed, aline in! ported
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.cigar, h.'o.fbr. twenty-five cents.
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Mitni!l:'.' Icuch having purchase.'.!
Iho'Maison Doree restaurant, is no'-v
prepared to furnish the finest smeals.
in this city. 4-20tf
.Ch'alife jL-lg'eii', Iiiui no good Ch'ina
tnan. Bonibi him s.haloou closee up.
Chinese no patloiiize him; him alio
same Ilishjnan, Alle Chinaiiienyjio
go to Melgleti nc-'ntbre Voifsliabbr?
Just received that famous 'K"6y
Test "f igar La Tarseirias? at As&
imm it Walkers. The La MirJjlaeye
Cigar is the favorite brand at IsSy
West Cigars andsnioked en,t;fbly by
the pcopie of Sah tiii!c''sco. Try
them, two for twentj-r.vsf.ents.
Mossrsi3)yar it Baldwin have been
appointed- tli4 .aeents for this city of
that elegant PJivtiCJ wing nnule at J.
II. White's ranch, the finest jcvijr
brought to this citv,.. .(!o and brw.yii
roll and try. Only tp be had of Dyic
Bald .in, on Frenfoct street, be
tween Fourth and Fifth. :
Genuine Boston brown bread .gt thfc
Kfilipsc Bakery every Sunday fhprn.
ing. Leave your orders by Frid
evening, and it will be delivered to
ou. , 3-13 tfy
If yon wai-i'.lioicw, I'.epr, wines and
liquors ge iQ.the Oriental siilbon. I
Notice to Creditors. :
ESTATE OP UEXJ. TilEBEI.CUCK, DE-c-e:i-e'd.
Tliccreilrtui'A' -ftUti. .nir,pejr?on3
liuviuu' i:l:iuns nfrJinsl. the iii!-i).h:'u4eatnlt
nr.j hereby no'iik-il lo exhibit tiiilf. tjiiliDs,
wi'ii the necessary voiicje-s, to mo Within
four nioiiilis' "tier Ihc lirst iubIii-trtioh S
thls tuitU-i-. at iny oflit'?. in the city of Tuinb
stene, CountK'Jl Cochise, TeiTilory of Ai?.
zoh:i, or the aline will be fnrerur Oarflja .
I).it0d, Tdicbstonr, May 7th. ; " V' '
W. It. JENKINS,
Hotel. riu: or.ly first chss 1'ipVeI ilj
Tombstene. Situttted oa the corner ot
Fourth mid Allen streets. Handsomely
furnished tliro-iiViHij"'neni fkas1- alljiric'd
rn iinjiroveiniiBtj, Tr.-2'iVs'to'rt; record
mended to slop at t(U3 house. Privatj
rooms tr conimereiitl traveler', 'laif
bur of this bouse is tarnished wiin im
proved billiard tables ftnd;cnrd rooms,
and is stocked with tho "finest1jrti. I of
wines, liquors and cigars. v
IlCti .lOoETIt PASCIIOI.Y, -
Notire of Forrcitnrc.
TO DAVID CAI.LISHEU YOUR HEIRS
or Assigns. You ire hereby no ti Ik-d thl.
have csieiidel (5100) one hunilied iloljuri
in labor and improvements on the Ohio lodu
and mining claim, sitiiiiJedlit'lie.j.UisLft
minim; distrli-t, comitj ol Cochise, Terniroy
of Arizmin, in orJer Id holil the claim or the
yraremllnS' tVecmbpr; ls(5, under the prd
vition ot-reelion 23M, Itevlscd Statutes of
tk-i- tnitcd Stales. .. Therefore, if within
ninety d:ijs from i.tihlicatiini 'of .this notice,'
you fail or refuse to contribute jour pro'por.
lion nf said expenditure and cost of,;thli
publii-alion as co-ouricr, your liiv:'rrst
in said mine or claim will become tlitj'firop
eity of the undersigned, nt-tier Sc tlnh'i'34.
SOLOMON SIIULTZ. .
Tombstone, April 7, 1.StC. ?, '
Having cliis day sold my unilpr
taking Lusiness to Jos. Pascholy &'
Co. I respec.tfull' request all riecd-"
ing his Eeryicda'io calJ upon hini!
All bilLto datfe'ilrbe ,-id anil
co'.Iected hy myself. , ''
, :.. ' A.J! RirrEit!
Am 29, 188C. 4-2J)-lril"
Referring; t'tj. lie above ve woul4.
say that "we will eniTcavor to givi
the public xhe sanie i'ourkmut
treatment .and fair dealing they
hav.tj rc'ceiveil in the past from Mr.
A. J. Hitter! . , '
Jos. Paschoia- it Co.
Successors to A. J. Putter.
4 29 -lw
(Si.th St. Bet. Allen and Fremont.).
Labartle & CoVj Proprietors
First-class Wasniiig Siitl .droning. at
lleasonable ilatea. i.
Only the most experienced French'
laundresses employed. , .j
All, W'l'f.z Guaranteed. All ori'n
promptly attended to. 4
A NEW DJB&X4
The Piofiecr ; Meat Market-
sun t't'Va Front!-'
'lhe"ail "r.i2ned vinhc to Inlorm the
puMicthiit he has sold bis lmt-fret
In Ibe Cochise Wholecale nml
Retail llutclirin'? Association tv
Mr. J. II. SlaiigUttr mid KrDcH
St r ne, iniludmg rat 1;, horsrt.
fcti"?, iv.ig jti. !i!hter-lynl, etc
" i. 1
Any flie ' udersisncd wonij farther
Kifbnt the public ntt.t-oMln-.
runK tlivt is Ijiu'jl? n new
(louhU'-.hon'fC, "niirf'-tSllt lienlll
c.inliDuctiiS'.whlefti!e and. retail .
liiMnees ct'tK3 of-J'ctau.l.
'I'tiR PJonecr 3ieut market, ,
lot rclwcm Allen and .Fren)bnf;.
T1H2 OI'JiltA SALOON!
A. ltichard Trop.
(fourth SCBct. Allen and'Fremotil.)'. .,-
. r ' '
Halni-fiist opened and .hnndsoim-ly Citei!::
. up tliN saloon. I ma now prepaicd i
lo ftirnUhu3)M ho favor me -j,
with Wieir p.i'ronae
Willi the '-est
i "IVinen. tljiqiiorx niil -C'lifrcr.-
rtemt'ir the n.u-e! ' it