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JA3IEKS S. IIOBIXSOX
Attorney and Counselor tit lauvr
OFFICE: East Side of Fourth street je
Ipccr AT1.;, and lough lut stiects.
DP. E. P. FlYDSI?
Omci-Corner roar'.h tad Fremont streets
Fremontstroct above Fiftli. teeth extracted
nml filli'd, all work warranted. ,
. . :
hERR!?:G &. KERR1KG.
ATTOltXET AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
OFFICE- Toughnut- Street, oclween Third
andFourth t-K Tombstone. A. T, je 1 tf
Frank 0. Earle,
No. 11 Kearny St., Sax Fkaxcisco,
Treats all Chrunic. Special and Private Dis
eases with Wonderful Success.
Tlie Great English Remedy
Is a never failing
gcure for nervous de-
!bilitv, exhausted vi
tality, seminal weak
lost mauhood, impo
tcney, paralysis, and
Snrnstnton linen, and
Sail the terrible effects
lof self abuse, youth
i follies and excesses in
mature .years Such as loss ol memory,
lassitude, nocturnal emission, mti"
society, dimness of vissipc, noise in the
liad, "excefs in nrinkinc intoxicating n
quoris" the vital fluid passing unobserved
in the urine, and many other ui?ea?es that
lead to insanity and death.
Dr. Jlintie. who is .1 regular physician,
graduate ot the University of I'eiiiisylvani.i.
will agro to forfeit five hundred dollars for
a case of this kind that the Vital Kestaratiye
(under his special devise and tiealment) will
not cure, or 'for anything impure or injur
ious found in if. Dr. Mintie treats all
private diseases successfully without mcr
cvry. Consultation free. Thorough exam
ination and advice, inclining analysis of
urine. $5. Price of Vital Kestorative $1.50 a
bottle, or four limes the quantity jor $5;
6;ni to any address upon receipt of price, or
C. O. l .secured from observation and in pri
vate naxc, ii desired, by 1)11. MINTIE,
11 Kearnv street, San Francisco, Cal.
Send for lis' of Questions aud pamphlet.
Sample Bottle Free,
Will be sent toanync applying by letter,
stating symptoms, sex and age! Strict se
crecy in regard to all busit.ess transactions
DK. MINTIE'S BHAIN CUKE.
Dr. Minlir.'s Kidncv P.emedy, NcTnrtETl
CUM cures nil kinds of kidney and bladder
-nmnlaints. L'cnnorrhoca. iecueorrhoM, gleet.
For sale by a.l druggists; $1 a bottle, six
Dr. Jlintie's j;ndelion Tills are the best
and cheapest dyspepsia and billious cure in
the market. For s-lo by all druggists.
McAllister & McCcne. Prows.
' T.T. KINDS 01 MILL AND MININS 5IA
; cliincrv IIcivj cno Light Castings 0I Iron
and Brae n.arfe to order on tliort notice, tjlcmps
Tans, Settlers, Jietorts. cages. I'm. Mcec.,
lia UHR Tanks, etc., from :atc.t fi-elgu. Porta'
lil. Hoistinw Undines. 2-itainn l'mf IieclorS1
jlills ir.aoe lo ji-dur. Screen-, of all description
iiTirlied or billed I.incs indicated ind ad
fasted. Acents fos Vlbai'y LJbricatinn ,:om-
f j .V..,:J .. -...1 .-i:i
Wcslinshousc Autom itit Kngices freni-2 to 300
t liors e power, and all else in t-.i llacainc and
James P. 5lcAllistci Manager.
O. K. CORRAL -
Livery and Feed
.... , . "gjtsifole.
J.llni Street, betiveen Third and fourth.
TKANSIKNf STOCK WELL CAP.EP FOK
. A good variety of Buggies, Carriages and
Sasrous, -with teams to match. Eleven-
passenger excursion coach, suitable for pic
nics or other partie. Orders sent by mail
or telegraph for outfits will be promptly at-
. John Montgomery,
'" LABELS, TRADE MARKS, COPy.
FillS KLIN IT HOUGrH,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW
'And Solicitor of American and
925 F Street, X. W.,
Near United Statea Patent USice,
Washington, D. C.
Hotel. The .. 4 nrst-class hotel in
Tombstone, bituuted on the corner -at
j Fourth and Allen streets. Handsomely
jfurniBhed thro-jgliout, and has ell mcd
rn jraprovements. Travelers arcrccom
lnentled to stop nt this house. Private
.rooms for commercial travelers. Jne
bar of this bouse is lurnisbed witfl im
, provod billiard tables and card rooms
- ,r.nd is stocked with the liuesi bra. :s l
sines, liquors and cigars. .
.pSt . JOSETU PiSOUOLY, .
CAPITAL PRZE, 075,OOOSJ
Tickets only S5. Shres in proportion.
Louisiana State Lottery Coinnanv.
We do hereby certify that we supcrvi-e
tlie Rrrangenicnts for all the .Monthly and
Quarterly Dtnwiiigs of The Louisiana
tnte Lottery Company, and ii. person man-
r. nml wnitrnl tho lWi-ii"4 Wil'lriF.f'lvPS.
and that the same aro conducted withhon
eity. fairness, :,nd in good faith loward all
unities1, and ue authorize the Company to
use this certificdte, ith f:ic similes of our
signatures attached, in its advertisements. "
We. the undtr.iiwed Banks end Bankers,
will pay all Prizes i ra.n in the Louisiana
Stale Lotteri s which may be presented at
J. W. K3ffBEETH, E'roi- S.-ilc
A. BAIi!)', Bres. Ticiv
ica.si National E5:izj5j
Incorporated in Vtfii for 25 cars by the
Leg'slature for Educational and Charitable
purposes Willi a capital of $1.000.000 to
which a reserve fund of over $5o0,0f0 lias
since bc?n added.
Br sn overwhelming popular vote its
franchise was mode a part of the resent
State Constitution adopted December '.'d,
A. D., IS7U.
TlniinK T.o prr ovnr voted on and
dorse i by tlie pcouie of any Slate.
It nev:r scales or poipo:ies.
Its 5rMiid Single 'ujsilicr
Ir:nrinKi ill take place raonthlj, mm
the Sixlrsirtin:iry ISrniTingjs
ici.iil.irly evuy llnce mnutli-s, instead of
semi annually us here'ofore.
TENTH (IRANI) DRAWING. CLASS 3i.
IN TfiE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, NEW
ORLEANS. TUESDAY, CelohcrlStii,
IW(5--l7th Jlonthly Drawing.
Capital Prize, S"5,000
10(,0D TicUolN nt Five ToTn s
SJacIi. I ra: o E:: 5-'iS"Iii its
. list jr ri:izr-.
1 CAPITAL PRIZiJ 3 7-i.OCO
1 do do iVCOU
1 do do 10,(NJO
2 PRIZES OF Sli.OflO 12.0C0
r, do 2,000 10,000
10 (1J ' 1.000 10.000
20 do 500 1U.OG0
100 ilo 200...... 20.1M0
:;oa do loo . nooso
500 do 50 25.000
1C0) do 25 -o.iXn
!) AiiproKiinalion Prize: of $7.i0 0,153
J do do 500.... 4.:00
!) . do do 250.... 2,250
1007 Prizes, amountiig to $G5,5C0
Application for rates to clubs thould be
made oi:ij- to oflice of the Company in N-.v
For further information write clearly, giv
ing full address. POSTAL NOTES, Express
Money Oiders, or New Yolk Exchange in
ordinary letter. Currency by Express (at
our expense) addressed
M. A, DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.
or 31. A. 1)AU1IIN,
Washington, I), o.
Make P. 0. Jloney Order.? payable
and address Kcgistcred Letters to
New Orleans. National Bank,
Now Orleans, La.
(Sixth St. Bet. Alien and Fremont.)
Labarthe & Co,, Proprietors.
First-clits3 Washing and Ironing at
Only the most experienced French
All Work Guaranteed. All ort''-s
promptly attended to.
Notice to Creditors.
ESTATE OF 31ENJ. TREIiELC'.lCK, DE
ccased. The creditois of, and all persons
having claims airamot the said-named estate,
an; hereby notified to exhibit their claims,
with the neccstary voucher-., to me wilhin
four months' rftcrtlic lirst publication cl
this notice, at my office, iu the city of Tome,
stone. County of Cochiee, Territory of Ari
zona, or the same will be forever oarred.
Dated, Tombstone, May Ttli.
W. II. JENKINS,
Allen St., Bet, Third and Fourth
Next dooi to The Daily Tombstone.
JAMES DUNNING, PltOP.
Horseshoeing a Specialty
Givc me a trial.
From and nrter this date, I wil! not be re
sponsible for any bills contracted by my
- W.-W. BALDWIN.
. Benson November 2S 1SS0.
Adopted by the Keyublican Ter
ritorial Convention Held
in Tucson .September
2 (h, 1SSG.
The Republican paityoftho Ten itory'of
Arizona, in cunveniion assembled, reanirms
its I'cvotion to-t lose grand principles of
government which have elevated our nrtion
to its present t-x.ilted position.
We renew our fcally !o tlnst parly which
prcrcrnd us as a nation, established cqual
ily before the li-v, built up all the great
industries which h.ivo. added wiallh to our
exchequer and honor Jo the American
name, and maintained the n.i.it.ual supreu:
ae; on Und uud be.
e point with pride to the record of Re
lie "-ii.-au party, a p.irty which seized toe
t-s government when ihe nation was
in me t'jrocs of uolilie-il dissolution, which
rei-tored the nalioiial autlioiity and rebuilt
with herculean enersey tlie nalimiai crcdi .
We point llli pride to the fact that the Ue
publican party upon it accession to paver
leeeived the government of Ihe H.ition . in a
distracted condition, toin uy dissensions and
a prey to conspiracies aud factions, that at
thr end of 25 years it mined over the uov.
eminent to its Democratic successors v, itu
the"old li-jgstil! theie," not a star dimmed
nor a sii'ipe eis.cd, with tlie Union restored
ard lii.uuc!al cieui: unimpaired, an over
flowing nea.-ury and the pub.ic eiedit
higher tiiau tha. ol any nation on eailh,
with coiilidcrce ill our ability lully icrtoied,
l!'C naliona! ecutc!ieon untarnished aud
ihe Aiuericau name the synonj m ol i atriotie
We condemn the administration of G rover
Clevcl.tiiU as being faltc lo its pnilg--, aud
liypucriiical in its dealincs. It has ii'hed to
keep its s.ared pledge of civil service re
loiui, uud Ujjon winch li;e Viesi.Ieat secured
tils cleclioii; I: has been laise lo us iricuds,
its enemies, auu f..le lo llsel:; it h..s dis
giaced tne national name by the character
ol iis appuimees ill the i itiloniatii: ser ce,
and has dislillbi'd the. fiiemily leia'iui'S
heietofjie txisinig between Iho Uniled
Slates iiiid several fostign goternmcnis
notably with Mexico, cur sirter republic.
11 La- appointed men to olliee lor politic.il
-ubsciiicney aud removed worthy ollicivls
wh..sc recoids hac shed lustie upo.i the
govcniment they so faitiifully served It
bes usui'.id '.he palilolii fee'.ing of the peo
ple by its action on the eu-ion laws and
by its sjstetuat'.e iflorls lo b little the
patriotic ei vices of our foldiens and tea
men; it has shown an uller disugjrd for the
. .mts ol the people and by it.- vaciilatiii
and cowaidly policy Iil fain-d to pioiL!e
iliose laws which the uimcrtal oice of ihe
pu; le demai. ds.
Tlint while the Democratic pllfurni of
lb84. laiuiid the sOldi.is and sailoisol the
late war, and while s.iid Democratic partj
prolesicd to jppu liate those atriotie tcr.
vices, ihe Democratic President elected up
on said pialloriu, tint to Dcuioeiatic duplic
ity, has pi:rsi."tent!y labored to inuliSy in
praitice tlie patriotic nicotics advanced in
We also lecont our curliest protest jgHinst
the removal of Union stla'ursaiid reputa
ble llepublicaiis from oliiic simply lo make
room for partisan tivilians aud ex.eun'eder
ales. We believe in a judicious tarilf law that
will alike piolcct th-j l;.li..ierand the man.
ufaeiiiei; protection to the Amerie.ui votel ;
prutcction to the Aiuciic.rii lax-paje1; pio
icclion lo American coiiiiiieite and ship
blilUl.ljg, ah.t l.i-l, but !l"t i'-asi, pr-jt-ction
lo Aine.icu:i ei.iz. i.s t ln-me t.r breid, on
the iiuhse.sin in .til loi run l..i.d.
i:ts. '.in, ili.it m- .it .' ns ul the United
Stui.sa p .lil.c. I uL.:i..i i.u e .tlaliy en-tiii-.i
! il.e pmti-i lion ..I Us lav-!.; that we
are unalterably opposed to the immigration
of a'l persons not iu i-jmpathy with ou.' in
suii.l.ucc a. ii. ih,l...c... lo ilir poiilieul
Kesolvcd, That the dignity ol la'Jor should
l' be inainlaiued aifd lhai the immigration ot
Coolies to compete with tl.e intelligent
while laborers of our laud is degrading to
Iheir manhood aud a blot upon the civiliza
tion of Ihe age. We. iheicfure demand the
repeal of the Burliiigame Treaty.
Resolved, That the action of ths present
administration upon the Mlver question is
destructive of one ol tlie giei.test industries
of the land; and thu attitude of the Presi
dent in lus grovelling subserviency lo the
dictates of Wail street, is a disgraceful com
mentary upon Democratic independence
and execu:iV3 dignity.
Kesolvod, That no condemn in unmeas
ured terms the action of the Democratic
congress iu refusing to ndaiil Dakota as a
state; that such action is iu plain violation
of the spirit and letter of the constitution,
an outrage upon constitutional frecd.om acd
subversive of the rights of the people.
Kesolvcd, That we are in favor of a care
ful and judicious investigation of the public
laud bj stem, to the end that actual settlers
may be protoeted in their rlahts, spuiious
land grants exposed and houest V.olders of
titles may be defended in their cllorts to
improve the public domain.
Kesoived, That we are in favor of pen
sions to all soldisrs who have fought in U13
armies of our country, whether iu the Mex
ican war or for the Union.
llcsolved. That we are in favor of increas
ing the asiociate justices of the Territory.
ltcsolvcd. That the sweeping removal of
the judges of territory by President Cleve
land was an 1 bust' of power, a violation of
law, aud a disgraceful exercise of political
P.esolved, That General Miles Is entitled
to our warmest rralitudc and rispcct for
his sterling efforts to subdue the Apaehcs,
and the magnificent succcfs of his aiduous
campaign is but the result of that calm
judgment and military skill which are
characteristic of the true soldier; that Capt.
LnvtoD, Lieut. Gatewocd and their gallant
command, through whose untiring cllorts
the Apache war was brought 10 a successful
termination, have displayed a heroism and
restless Zeal which stamp them as mod 1
1 oM.cr. of iL'ts.'iii'.u ;t',oa mid Jjyoliju to
"duty, and entitles them to our eternal gri' 5
Kesolvcd, That the Society of Arizona
Pioneers is entitled to the chief credit for
agitating the Indian question, until tlie
government was compelled to acquiesce in
the universal desire of tin; people of Ari
z.mii as expressi d tlimuch sjid society, and
that cur lhau!;. .ire hcri.li extended to the
Society of I'ioiieeis for the ennrgy and per
sistence which has brought peaielo our
Kesohed, TIi.it we are in fat or ot the Jp-
pomtnu-nt of federal ofiiecrs from the resi
dents of the territorj ; cud that we earnesllj
urge the pa-'sae.c of a law by congress which
shall permit delegates to vole and have
equal puwer witli members of congress
fioai states, and that the territorial olAcsrs
shall le elected by the people.
Uesohed, That this convtiition dedans
its unqualified approval of tin: ltu Repub
lican administration ' in Arizona, its -progressive
and benclicial influence upon tlie
advancement of the territory, its lrecdum
from nario-.v mid p.sriisan a'jiuc cf power,
anfl the broad and liberal stand taken by i".
upon all mailers of public interest.
llcsolved. That the Republicans of Ari
zona unreserved.) eo-deinn Ihe course pur
sued by Governor Zuliek in attacking, the
ood name and credit of tl.e Teliitory by
continued and studied misrepresentations
for partisan purposes.
Vc charge huu with having slandered Ihe
citizens of Aiizona in otlicial proclamations
and with f.i'seiy claiming credit for results
accomplished without his help or instru-
We charge him with an arbitrary and
partisan abiijc ol power, 111 his cllorts to
r-iucve without cause or authority of la ,
ible public servants v.ho ate laithful to th
iitsls imposed upon Uiara and who com-
taaLd the respect and confidence of the
peeple ot ll.li Tciriloiy.
Ue ehaige the administration of Governor
Zulu-lc . Ph bemg'ni-riow am! paitisau in iis
illuitstui.il 1 urpo.-o, teldingio piostitute
public otticiaN lo parly ic lieines iu the
organization nt pariisn i'-jnd "juries under
the intlnenieof part inanipulato.s at. great
expense and nuiiuut bei.chcial results.
Resolved, t hai the Le.-ublieaus of Ari
zona commend ttie action ol the appointee.",
ol ihe Lite Republican Admlnisiration 111
maintaining their lights to remain iu office
uulil l. u iiga! expi-ation of their tcims,
and appiovj Ilieir steadfast lealty to tlie
licpubi.iaG $uity -id ti.eir roistanee to
the arbitrary and illegal asMimpliim ol
puwer by (iovenmr Zui'.ck.
TO PETER SONDE AND BENJ. J MARKS
Youaic heieby uutilied that 1 have ex
pended tlie sum ol (51,100) one thousand
dollars (liilei.iy ol ihe UtiilCi. Slat'. s, iu
laoor unit iin)):cri nieiils upon tl.e Nellie
Jaii.es and Salinas lodes or mining ilanus,
sitoali d in Jlillci's Can ou,luachuca mi uu-
laii-s, Coclnsc county, territory ol Arizona,
111 rier lo hold Ihe . said Jodes or ii.miug
i l.iiius lor the 3 cars ending December 3Ul,
lSbl; l.'2; 'BsU; liki uiot lbS5, u-ider the
pro) isious ol section 'iA. Revued Statutes
or the United fclatcs, to wit: For labor and
inrjroici'ients u i.n the sa.d ilaiuis for the
jear .niiiiig Dei 1 fiber 3Ut, lt&l, one liuu
dred dollars eaih; for'he jear ending Dt
co inter 31, lb'J, om hund.ea dollais each;
lor tue .near ending Diceiuber ol, Vst'i, one
hundred oolhns luch; for the jear ending
Decciuler 31, 1-Vb'l, ui.e huiiiiud collars
cicli; fur the liai ending De'-em'.'ei ut,
l&So, ono'hiindicd dol'ars e.11 h Total lur
the tile jears, the um of (?1,C00j one thou
The location notic ci of the said claims
being lecoiditt as lohows:
Nellie James min ng claim, in book 4,
pages 21- ami 211!
Salinas miuing chum,"' III book 4, pa;es
21:: and 21-i.
In tl.e records i f Coihi-e coumy, Terrl
oryof Arizona, Iniiisei ited lrom the Piica
And ir within ninety (80) days after thii
notice by ublicalioii, ou (ill or relu.-e lo
contribute, cat h ot jou, yuur piupuiliun of
such exi eiuliiuie, as to-ouueis, your inter
cs! 111 the si.id leclts t.r luiuiug claims will
become tl.e impeiiy ul tie uiidci signed
under said icciiuii 2;i:;4.
U. 11. HOLLENSTIEN.
Chailcttcn, Cfochlse Co., A. '1., July -.0, l&J'G
iX THE COUNiY COURT OF "'IHE
Connly 01 Cotliisc, lerritorj ol Anzuna.
In the matter of the application of
Roderick F. ili.lloii!, and msolvilit debtor
to be discharged lrom his dells and liabil-
'Ihe petition, schedule and inventory of
Iioderitk P. Ilatiord, ihe above named pcli
tio:ier, having been received and tiled here
in, it is heieby ordere i that the bald pell,
tioiier be, and he hereby if, declared insol
vent and the bheiil! of the county of Co
chise is hcrchj directed to take possession
of all the estate, leal and personal of said
petit, 01. er, except such as may by law be
csempt from execution; end ol all his deeds
vouchcis, books ol account and pupeis; and
t'l keep the same .safeiy uulil the appoiu;
mcnt of an sssiuuee. it is further ordered
that all persons aie forbidden to mate pay
ment ol any debts lo. or to deliver any
property belonging to such debtor to him,
or for his Use, and said petitioner is forbid
den to make auy tiuiisfer of i.is property or
any portion thereof.
It is fuithcr ordered that the creditois of
petitioner meet at the ollite of the Clerk of
this four: at Ihe Court iluuse in the eity of
Tcmbstour, upon the 2u'd day of October,
.SbO, at IU (cluck, a. in. to proie their debts
and choose one or moie assignees ot the
estate of r.e ilioner. It is lurther ordered
that tlie clerk ol this Court si, all imme
diately publish a copy of this order in'liiu
Daily iomiistosc, a newspaper having a
general eiiculation, a ail published at tile
city of 'lombstone, in the county of Co
cliis, as often as sai'.'. newspaper is print- d
beloie tne meeliug ol the said ci editors,
ami said clerk shall serve lorthwith a copy
ot this order by United Gtatcs maii, postage
prepaid or personally, on all Cloditois
named in the annexed schedule.
Dated Sept. lb, Usli.
S-20if Uilirty judgo
At the Pony Saloon and take a
drink of that fine old Hermitage
Uouibon, W. II. McBrayer Bourbon;
or some of that elegant old Hermit
age and Giiekenheimer live, guar
anteed perfectly pure. Also the finest
imported brandies, wines and eigrs,
to be found in the Territory. St.
Louis Lager Beer ou draught. Eng
lish Ale aud Porter always on hand.
Fice lunch every day. Como all and
come often. Hesky Camphuli.,
RGGEKS BKOS., BENSON, ARIZONA
SuLE AGENT FOR BENSON AND VIOINIT FOR
. ' .
asIIE ABOVE WELIKNOWN BRAND JlAS PEtN 1 NALYZED EY THE K03
B Emmiiuiit t'hemirts, and rionouncid by AI.Lto be
E'i'ce Trojn any AsIulJcraliosj.- -
Gener'l -Merchandise & Foiwarders
Also Ageiits for Cut'.ing Packing Company, Frank Falk's Milwaukee Beer,
tli" nt-leferatnl Studi'liukor Wagons end Headquaitf-rs
for I-ii-bfd Virc-, ivc. Ete.
ImDortea ara JL)om -&ig u;cgars an
PIPES, I b l.'ill I S i. FANCY I O'l 1 C-'N S.
iive Th;:n .t 0:il.:
Cor. Siiili s-aiii Ii'cmoist treetij.
MINERS' AND EANCIIEIIS'.SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY.
AGENT FOR IMPROVED AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMEN.
And the cel6brated
TURBINE WIND-MILLS, TENTS, WAGON CO.VERS, BUCKEYE
sTFretlr Garden. Flower and Field Seeds constantly on Ii.-.:-d..j5?
nnrv-'ii.'wi ' a.-rvh,r?,sg&re.'j:
..'-faA'irig- puohntsctl the KoliiTiff Stock and Horses oi
J , c uuiba, .'Upo malcmtr many additional pucnascs, 1
am uow pupa ed to one to the Toin Intone puulic tlie
Finest Turn-put S'
Ever 53ioxig,-Iit to tlte Territory
and on lleasonable Tei-ms.
Ti'ansient and BGarding Animal
. Carefully. Cared Foi.
.llen St.,. bet., od and 4th..
A. T.. Jones,. - Proprietor.
Stage for Fairb.ii'k. connecfTng for eastern and western bound tra'ns on Southern 1.
railroad leaves at 0:15 o'clcik a. m Etaye leaves raiiVank upon arrival of Sono train
aud leases Tombstone to eonueet with irain to Sonora at 2 o'clock p.m.
Stage icr Fairbank by way of Charleston, leaves Tombatoue at 7 o'clock i. m., ana re
lurns upon ei rival of Benson tiani.
Stage for Uisbee leaves every morning a ii o'clock, cxc:rt Gnndays. "
46 q Allen St. Under Occidental Hotel.
- KOBTY CP.,CUCF. FR0PBJF.T0R.
M-: H I-TFTII.