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THE' iJ'AIEi TOMBSTONE Tho Pioneer Daily of the Camp 'AUGUST 27, 1"8S6 yfc'Br.Ir-rJED EVKKY KYEMKG. . 'Sunday Excepted,) K' JAMES J. NASH. Office on Allen-Street, north side, between Thlri an$ Qmrth. ; .','. ') ' Subscription Bates, One Ytari-. ..i'...'.,....-.r.... $10 00 V8ix Months ., '6 00 ,7hrce..iMontln.- 'S 00 .';Ont Month...... ........ .. 1 00 i5PeiTered(br'CattIfir&for25.ce!U fa. Week .EDITOR cppFIOJL PAPER tOocKise'Cou nfy'. Yon'ewspiiper men ia eagerly sought after these tinies. "Funny aimd'ed." The political .pot is. beginning to boil: On every c0in6r you meet a 'candidate. ' The I)AH.roMBSTOvc8 stauncli and true. Voice of the people Yea Tctu bet it is and will rot there" Eli. It is republican" to the back bori'e. is . i . i " -' The PhemrfenrH KtyB- that Gen Miles wants to'take'aWy fh1 e" ' h6stilc -pache. 'The People of Arizona' are -with him on that etibject: '' w. r.. hii . ' j i Missouri by herloverfor-the Con federacy as expressed in hht DWo cratic nominations hold out a strong; 'inducement to imrriigration-into some "other State. Globe Democrat. 2Tews comes for-the. twentieth time la a mocttt'tnat ueroniruo "is sur- rTbvrndedl""' But Why riot rise1 to" the 'whole' 'trurth' of he occasion'' and add the words "by his family." Globe 'Democrat.' ' ' ' ' ' Bring on your job 'work as we are now - prepared' to' execute tbo'ianie with heatnbBs' ahd dispatch. v The Democrats of Tucibu are pre- afing'to'efitertain tbe'delegatea to the Territorial convention- whioh meets in that city oh" the 6th of Sep tember in a royal manner. The pec "pliof .Tucaon-are 'noted for two things their hospitality, and fOr'draftinlr'reV Dynamite fs'noiv used for driving piles.' - A catridge' containing seven teen and a hali ourices is placed on an Srori plate oh the top of the pile and Exploded by electricity. It - will do 'five'times the workVl an ordiriary pile driver ia the same time arid1 the cost "is comparatively nothing. Thus sci 'ehee' advances. Ex. 51 - Wonder if a little dynamite placsd on the heads of some of the' candida 'lits in Tombstone would not be a very good idea. , . Senator EvarU wlio was one of the United States Commissioners to the "Monetary Conference in Paris and ' is supp6sed to k now na much as any rone about European plans regard - ihg silver, says that if Europe was cer- tain that the'Urritcd Stales means to sustain bimetalism it would not be long until' the opposition to silver feoinaga ceased. IIe says that they believe in Europe that the money p'oVer will succeed in stopping coin age of silver here, and that all which has sustained the price where it is, is the Bland bill. He is reported to have said in privato conversation that 'if this government would establish free coinage. Europe would be con--fielled to follow our footsteps instant l'y." Ex. If Senator Evartg had sufficient courage" to s6 exp'ress himself from hie place in the senate he could do more 'lor the Cause of the people than he can hope to do, daring llie-remainder of his life, ia any other line. There 'is no-doubt that America holds in her ljimtltha situation and inste'ad of wait' Mng upon the action of Europe, ' she would turn the key atfd open the way for-the restoration ' of silver. Europe cwill be" glad enough 'to' follow out-example and to adopt the ratio repre - sented by -the dollar- of the dad dies. 1 1; This has-been-one of the pleasant tat days of the aeason. TH-EliUDnwent"tim of "the vfjfy Considerably .o day to insult the Manager of fits Western Union Telc- Vrnnri ComDAnV 'df this citV. Mr. O X i - " Presfcott attends to life' duty. After j office hours his time is his own. The self complaicent- ignorance, shown bythe- editor of' the Epitaph in his remarks about Forsyth's march into Sonoray iswortby of BoBwell.; He compares "Forsyth's maTCh to! "the- famofis- cavalry -march ' -before, the battle of Austerlitz. As a matter of fact Marshal Davoust marched his army corps, mainly infante?,- seven-ty-two 'mHeB in- twenty-four hours. This'-Is one of'the grandest' military performance on Tecord'. ' - -t, . i ". Mrs. Eugene Edmunds-was to day admittedto baifb'y Judge-Easton iii the Bum of $500. - THe gobds and chattels of a Chinese grocery store; on "Third street; to geth'er'wiiti'six' mongolianE,' was re moved to Bensoil'to-day. - ' It is not gen'erally"known, hut it is a fact nevertheless, that all saloons muit remained closed on' Monday next, durihg'lho hlours that the polls are open, and1 it ftf obligatory "on the Sheriff to'aee thdt they are closdd. One of the "last laws passed by Congress" wSs one in! regard ed terri tories; THIs law takes' away1 the rJower of the ijegiBlaturefrorri'incorporatingj or disincorporating" " a city; hence Tombstond will 'have to 'elect "a full, munibipal ticket." ' ! ' 1 It is reported that Harry Brook is now "manalger of the' Epitaph, and that Dunbar- has tio power to write anything for its coIninnsVithout the consent of Brook, who as is well known is an uncompromising Demo crat. This morning a Mexican woman was purchasing some goods in the New York store, and us she says', gave the proprietor a ten dollar bill, but he only gave her change for five dollars which he said was all she gave him The woman then swore out a warrant for the arrest of Mr. Cohen, and he was taken betoro Judge Alvord, who after listening to the evidence dis missed the case. Wasted. A first-class baker can secure cm ployment by applying at the Eclipse Bakeiy on Fremont Street. tf. Fox Sale Two first class unlimit- j ;iib to fct. Louis. The same will be sold very cheap if called for at this office.' tf. Fockd A bay horse with threo white feet, branded U. S. on right shoulder and E B. C. on right side of neck, under mane; I. C. on right shoulder and hip. The owner can have the same - by applying to Sam McClarcn, at Charleston, and proving property. 8-2-ltf We orfer The Daily Tombstone to country subscribers from now until after tho election, for three dullars, cash in advance, so send along your names. tf FOB SALE. Y- -11 1 .. xurmsnea noute or toree rooms and kitchen, complete for house keep im;, on Allen street, between- Sev nth and .Eighth. Will be sold cheap if applied for at once. For particulars Apply at this office. 3-H-lm Any parties wishing to go overland to Kingston, at reasonable rates, snoma call -upon Geo. W". Buford, Who" is gpiiig very shortly .and has accommodation for five passen gers. ...... o83 Haiti At the Pony alo6n and take a drink of that fine old Hermitage Bourbon, W. H. McBrayer Bourbon, or some of that elegant old Hermit age and " Guckenheiiricr Eye, guar anteed perfectly pure. Also the finest imported brandies,' wines and cig.irs, to be found in the Territory. St. Louis Lager Beer on draught.- Eng lish Ale and Porter always On hand. Free lunch every day. Come all and come often. Henry Campbell, 8-23tf Proprietor. Fifteen dollar pants for eleven dol ers at Harris the tailors. 8-13tf. All my goods are paid for and as I want money and want it bad I will make $50 suits for $35. Harris the .tailor. g.i3 tf jGKRAND ARMY MEMBERS, ' " And all who may visit' Saiv Franefsco next month. 5 THE SUMMERFIELD ' . 1 Late of Tombstone, OllOTHITV . - In California at 942 Market , V Underthe Baldwin Hotel. f And invito all their old friends when they visit San Francisco, to call on r-them.andlget the ''finest.clothinfr, cheaper than -any other place fix-', r . ' San Francisco. . i pL-IXEE DESTAlURN;rn A i - AijCEN ST. A BET. 4tli ANd 6tti. A Having Fitted up this lies tarn ant new and Complete in dvoiy 'particular we are prepared to heiVdto"' . tlie people ot Tom"b'stone the. - i I?ines t M!eals IjunclieSj Suppers That the Market Affords. Private Ice Cream .Jc i . i m mi i OYSTERS IN Suppers for Parties a Specialty PARKER & BURNS, . Call Id and FOR SALE. At a great bar gain in a very de sirable locality an elegant residence five rooms, closet and bath, with carpets, kitchen and dining room forniture. For further particul ars inquire at this office. Summons,. TV TI1H JUSTICE'S COLK OF SECOND i'owiifliip, oj the Comity of Coclnee, Ter ritory i Arizona. II A Rogers. Plaintiff, ts Mn EeraiM Coker. Defendant. Tbe Territory of Arizona sends cieetiiiff t'j W intra coKur, ueleiiilant. You are hereby rmnmtinud to appecr be fore me, at tut office in BenMin, in tho cnun ty of Cocliie. on the Mtli day of Oi-tobt-r, lhSO, at 9 o'clock a m, In an action brought !Klnst you by said plnntifT, to answer the complaint of the above named plaintiff. Said action is brought to recover of you the turn of Ninety dollars and llfty-livc cents as on account ttatcd, between you and the l'rm of Kocen Bro., Benson, Arizona, for irood sold and dfliv.red to you at your in. stance and request, and for money advanced as will more iully appear on tatement on file in this office which Is made 3 part of compiatui oy piaintin, or judgment win Be taken against you for the said amount, to gether wltt costs of this 6Uit if you fail to appear ana answer. To the Sheriff or any Constable of said county, rrceitnjj: Make legal service and due return thereof. Given tinder ay hand this 8th day of August, itsto. ROBT. L MILLER, A Justice of the Peace for said Township. SUMMONS IN THE COUNTY COURT, IN AND FOR tne uouniyol luchlre, ierrltory ol Arl zona. CECELIA LOUDON, Pla!ntlff, ) ALEXANDER LOUDON, Defendant j Action brought in the County Court of uocntse, -territory or Arizona, and the com. plaint filed In the aaid County of Cochise, in the office of the Clerk-of the said County Court. The. Territory of Arizona sends greeting to Alexander Loudon, Defendant. : Yqu are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff, in tie County Court of Co chise County, Territory of Arizona, and to answer the complaint tiled therein, within twenty days (exclusive of the day of service) after tb service; on you of thl summons, if served within this county; or if served out oi mis county, but in this district, within tMj-t0 riot'. rith..n.:.. II1.t.. ?...(.. A judgment by default will be taken against you according to the prayer of said coci- Pia-.ni. Said action U brought to recover a decree of divorce from th Bonds of Matrimony, as fully appears by the complaint filed herein, t. duly certified copy ol which is 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 praved for in said complaint. Given under my hand and seal of the County Court of Cochise County, Terrltorv of Arizona, this 4tb day of August, A. t 1090. A. O. WAILACF.Cltil. I don't sell shoulder steak for por terhouse steak ; or two or three vcar old beef for veal. Geo. 1). Macliin. Fulton Market, corner- of 7th and Fremont streets. " 8-9if Fresh Cnl:fnriiia ranch lurtcr ro- ceivefl by rxprts every evi-nii g n v ollcot's cash btore on Fifth Pirue Don't fail to try it. 7-23 BROS. & ROMAN haveione o! the targest l - HOUSES Street .942 and Coffee Parlors. EVERY STYLE. - - PROPRIETORS be convinced. IVodce of Forfeiture. TO PETER BONDE AND BENJ. J MARKS You are hereby notified that I have ex pended the gum of f$l.C0l)l one thousand dullard currency of the United Stat-. in labor and iiupruvi-iiieiits upon the Xcllie Jamc and Sjliiias lodes or mining claim, situutrd in .Miller' Canyon, Iluachuca moun tains, Cochise county. Territory of Arizona, in order U hold the said lortci or n.inliig cl-iiniit for the years ending Deci-mber 31st. 1SS1; IKS'; 1883; 1&S4 and 18S5, uider the provision? of i-ct-tioii -i'-M. Revircd Statutes of the United Slates, tn wit: For labor and ini'ircuient.- upon the faid claims for the year i-nditm Dei-ember uUt, 1881, one biin dreil ilollarK each; for 'lie year ending De cciiibcr 31, 1SSU, nut bundled dollars each; for tne year eliding December 31, lSS. on hundred dolhus each; for the year ending December 31. lSl, one hunilud dollars each; for tne yt-ai ending Dc-embei 31, I8S5, one hundred dol'arr imi-1i Total for the live jcirs-, the tuiu of (fl.OOOj one thou sand dollars. The Incal.ixi notices of the said claims being recorded as follous: Nellie Jamex min ng claim, in book 4, pages "212 and 218 saunas iiumng claim, in DooK 4, pages i6 ana -H. In tin- -r.'rds of CM-hie cmtt oiynf Arizona. ir.nacrlOed trom the 1 mmtv ri-i-firdft. And if witliin ninety l'M davs iifti-r "1 1 1 i notice by puliliratinn, you fail or n:fu-e to couiriDUie, eat u oi you, your prnpoitinn ol kuch expeudi'ure, as co-owners, j our inter eel in the kaid lodes or iniulng claims will become 'he property of the undersigned under Kaid cocIiob 'Sj-ll. U. It. HOLLEXSTIEN. Clurlctton, Coehiee Co..A.T.. July.'0. 1SS8 Coolest Place In Town. he Fountain Restaurant and taloo the coolt-st place in this city for wop eat at. Harry Wisdom has completely novated thii popular retort, and myites people of Tombstone to give him a when be will convince tlicin that they bo served at all times, with the cbo and to do the right thing ly his customers The Tombstone public have tried him and CTcr found him crooked. '7-24tf Look Out. And don't you forget it, that Wolcott & Mcssick have the finest toilet soaps for sale- that hs i-.var been offered to the people of this city. C22tf Just received by Mr. Van Burt a choice lot of f.ne imported cigars, Vau is the boss. Saloon men should call at his store on Allen street and inspect fiis goods. Everything that can be found in a first? class wholesale liquor store can be had at prices that would astonish one.' Gregory's Restaurant. Fremont street, opposite Schief- felin hall. On arid and after May 11, 1S8(), meal.- from iiti conts iintl tip wards, liioukliifct fioin 7 to 2, Dinner from 4 to 8. niyl2-tf. Notice. AH parties having hats, belts or other property belonging to the Rescue Hose Company, will please return tho same at once and avoid trouble. Q Bradshaw, 7-22-1 w President, Cordial?, ttyrups, wine, whiskies and cigars at L. B. Van Burt's liquor rerooms on Allen strcc t. Ayer's Fills possess the posit virtues' of some of the best known medicinal plants, prepared and com bined Ti-ilh scientific skill rejecting the crude and drastic portions, and i-titiniiix only the active principle .-he pan, which cures and does no tr.iiii. If j tu oie tick try them. 0- 0LOSIMG CLOSING OUT!! SCHOENFELD & IeYMAK - - - - - -. .- X. J. i. . i Allien S p., Bet. 4tb and 5tli. ---' - - . I . -.- . - 1,1, t . Yl . Having determined to close out our business in Tombstone, we offer our - -' 'n:. i i .- . ' ' 1- ii - - ! '! - ,. entire stock consisting 6 ' " ' FURNITURE, " "- ' ' CARPETS, i'' WALL PAPER, " CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, and PLATED WARE, At such prices that will induce you to buy; we will quote a few price convince you that this is a Genuine Closing Out Sale and no humbug Walnut Marble-Top Bedroom setts, 7 pieces -Walnut Wood-Top " Imitation Walnut " Wood Seat Chairs Z PerforateJ Chairs Rockers from 1.25 to Bedsteads from 1.65 each and upwards Patent Spring Beds, (each) - : Carpets from 9.5 cents per yard and upwards -Crockery and Glassware at less than cost CALL AND BE CONVINCED, AS WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY, J Terms Strictly Oasli. SCHOENFELD & HEYMAN. P. S.--AU parties indebted to us save cos's. Two Dwe'liiig Houses durably locted, for sale fun.ialicd or ut furnished. fUosing -:o: PxRICESOF HARDWARE. IRON EOTJR, CENTS A POUND. Black Diamond Octagon Drill Steel I I Cents a Pound. ENGLISH STEEL 14 TS. A ?OZjNI). All kinds of Mining and Milling supplies and Shelf Hardware and Mechanics Tools we offer and will 50 PER CENT. WE MKAXaWIIAT AVE S AY -:o: These goods must Our Terms are O&Tl C ; $47 50 40 00 25 CO 65 I 00 3 25 1 75 will please call and settle at once acd out Sale! of all descriptions sell at HELOW COST. be Sold JatO nee H Strictly Cask.