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CARDS.
JAMKBS H. ROBINSON
AttorMejr and Counselor at Lrt-w
VTTW& Kast Side or Fowrlh street
tt IV.t sntf Teujli tut streets.
fee
L. C. P. RYDER
.. ..jbaSNTIST.
Omn-Vmtr Fowtb tad Fremont streets
' itoabtteB. Xrlsosm.
., . DR. WARNEKROS.
"- DSNTIST.
:Trmoatitrt above fifth, teeth extracted
oil :llla4. all work warranted.
MERRINC fc HERRIHC.
TATTOKKXr-AXDCOCNSELLOR AT LAW
-OI,HCS"--Trajrhnut Struct, Between Third
ad;yocrth tr. Tombstone. A. T, je Itf
Frank 0. Earle,
Assay Office
. i AND
CHEMICAL LABORATORY
NGULSH.
;J1 M.mriAJ 8. reel, Sjas Fraiiclscn.
CcrrBi Debility, Seminal Weakness, Ex
' '' kaasiee vitality, Syermatorrhcex, LOST
.i MANHOOD. Inaeteary, Paralysis, frosts.
lrrhcea a4 ill the terrible ejects of self
- r akasa, aid axeeta In inalurtr jears, curb a
' i. mi af Measory, Lassitude, Nocturnal
t!-Xaaiaioas, aversion U society, Dirahen :
. Vai. Wiiifi ! tba Head, tbe vital fluid
mkerTei i the nrire. and inanj
alaar "'diaeasea that lead to insanity and
-i-aath.
TOUNG MEN
tu9trlar from any of the above symptoms
- 3 consult ua at ,uncs. Inn dralu cm
h atV'l. vitality feitored, ard life be
aide ai a pleasure instead of a bnrdcu.
Tlir are aaaay-
VI I DDLS AGID II EN
.'J15b atn troubled with tee frequent erarus.
ttoi cflha bladder, f tea accompanied by a
.' i I;rt tfsarliir er burning- sensation, add a
w'nakecuk f tha system la a mannr they
, Hi .Mt accaunt for;, ropy sediment in the
fctiM, ate; Many din uf thia aifliculty, ie
Btiraal af tka caata, which is the second
a-aga f (talnal weaknen.
ClIH GVISIXTIIU IX ALL St'CH CASES.
SOCOllTLTATlONFREE. Thorough ex
mlaa'.laa and, adviee, including chaniical
lu t'Jr.'l' "' raicrascapic examination of the
ufiaa An koocJt opinion given it.
:rry cat.
Ike'Tellttwlntr medicines tupplied at the
ariess wittxtiz
II K AS I LET COOPER VI TAL KE -TOR-ATiVE.
it a battle, or four times thr quan
ttU. $10 eaMple kottl free.
- Int U any a applying ky Itte-. .titipff
'f jkap osas. a(x ad tea. Strict secresy in
7araia ta all basinesa transactions.
Tke eloi alad Kidney Iinnedy, NEril
: CTIOi:y,fr ill kiada Kidney ant! bind-I-l
CaaaaUlnti, Gonorrhoea, Glcel. Leucm
riioa,ete Far sale by all druscisls; $1 a
'' fciitile, or 8 battles for to.
1 ThaEnrllah DANDELION I.IVEK AND
BT8rEI8IAPII.I. tsthe belt la tie market.
r ' far-tile by a.l irtif ils'J; price, M ;-ui.t :i
- , Wtle..
' "Address.
,.; :ENGLI6rI MKDIQALDI-'fENSiKY.
V. II Kearney 'trevt, S'n Francisco, I'al.
TOMBSTONE
FOUND It Y.
JA'D
MACHINE SHOP.
f.AJHtr ft McCpne. Props.
A IX. KIKflts Or YIL. ANO MINING MA
Jtklaerj lleiry tna Lfekt Castines ol Iron
'led Unas B.ado ta ardcr on short notlae. iMaraps
trast Sattlera. Aetorts. Cji. (rs, kkeetn,
jls'liaeTankf. 'e from Htest dslrns. Torta-
Mi laiatlse Knjm, I-tflJ-p Projectors'
jlillaniaae u -TCer. uresof si! dmcrtptinur
nched or lotted hLinei inolcuiea Mid id
ftsjtad AznU foi Utiany LJbricttlnc .toi
paaada, Jj-Iad. Si-!nde ind Valve Oils,
wllnrhone Antom itlc Enj;tnc from I tn son
fcwaa power, and all e!e In ti.i AtachiBC and
aataady line.
, jJaraes P. HcAlltstei JUanagcr.
O. K CORRAL
livery and Feed
AilTi Street, between Third and fourth.
AKSlESr STOiUK; WELLC'AREr FOP.
i4.Xd Ttriety of Baceio. Csrrusus and
'jaiTsu's, with teams to matth., .ElercnJ
iawaacer excursion roach, suiUble'Tor pic
'ic orather' paftieii. Orders sent by mail
arfeler?pli foroulti srill be pronutly at
eaia!du; ijphp Woptgornery,
PATENTS,
- LABELS, TRADE HARKS, COfY
-EIGHTS, DESIGlCh.
CODiySELLOiL AT LAW
Ajfp Soierrojt or" Aiiz&iexx jlxd
FoBJti.OiT xA-TEXTS.
Tffvur United Stats Patent .fic,
Waahiurton. D.C.
t-y 5
,.-jawi. Ae out urac-ciasa notel in
' ..lpdttae. Situated on tbe corner al
J"Brth and Allen streets. DCaudfomel
fltrcWe thro-jitout, aud Laa all med
.iB jmfemeatiy "Travelers aro'rocom
kirsded to atop at this house. Private
iwo'mlf ftr commercial trarcini. Jpe
bar Itkia hqasa ts liirniihed wilft ira
jrrcrred bit. ard tbles and card rooms
aed is flocked yr th the fist bra. is uf
P?5'1 Pasciiolv,
BT-A. PL. . . .
CSCAPtTAL PRZE, S75,COO-St
Tickets only S5. Shrs in Dr.j;or
tlan.
rxtuishina
Com pan v.
"ffe do hereby certify tht we supcrvie
the arraitsemcnts for nil tlie Muntlily and
Quarterly Diuuintrs of The i.i.uiMMnn
State Lottery Company, and ii. p.-rsnn man.
aac and control the i)rawins M:emclvc,
and that the rtmic arc conducted with lion
e.ty. t'airtifss, nd in jrnotl faith lo'w.i id -11
nattirs.snd we authorize the Company to
ue this certificate, with fac siiuih-s of our
i.tiature atlaehed, iu its adycrtiieiiient-.. "
Comniisioiiers,
We, th. uti'erisned Bank end Bankers,
will uav all Prize i rswn iu the I.uiiisinna
Statu Lotteri-s which may be presented at
our cituters.
.a . m. Hii u 4 a.? si, tL-rcs. fi.oriistj
J. W . HitJEKSri'tl, Pres. Htato
rscitioiial
A. 5ASSWI, Pre. Sew
leaiiM Antioniil tiniik
Or.
Incorporated in lbG3 for 25 (cars by the
Lcii'flmurc for Ediisa'tional and Charitable
purpose with a capital of SI.UOO.OCO It
which a reserve fund of over $550,0K) ha
sincu been added.
By an overwhelming jiu'ar vole it
franchise ws made n prt nf the ,irt-rnt
State Constitution adjntcd December :'d.
A. D., 1ST9.
TLe only Lottery ever voted on end en
dorsed by th peouis of any State.
It Hevr scale? or iioitpouet.
Il CJrsind Kiiifrlo rVumbcr
Ira-viris;i will lake i lace monthly, and
the lixlrnriiiuarj- ((rawing
rrsiihirly rery three mi-ntln, instead of
scini mini.tlly a herciofoie.
A. SPLEXiHD OFPOSTttM
TV TO WW A POESTIJ.'MVL
ELEVENTH GRAND DKAWING. t l-ASS I.
IN THE JCADEMY Or MUSIC. NEW
ORLEANS, '1 ULSDAV, November Otla,
IS8 ISSth Monthly Drawint;.
Capital Prize, $75,000
1O.O0O TicketK nt E-'l v PoIIarx
Gacb. Prnrtio::. in U'i'tli in
Proporltnti.
likt ir ruiitrs.
1 CAPITAI, PP.IZr;
1 do dl
1 do d.
2 PRIZES OF M)flG
5 do 2,HW
...5
T",00t'
25 COO
in ;
12DL0
10.C
lO.fnKI
1O.C00
20 I KM
30 000
25.100
Io,C.XI
10
ao
1U0
SOil
S83
!(J0J
dj 1.(0(1. " ...
dx M). ......
do 20.1
do loo
do :.Q
do Uo
Ai-rnoxiMAitoir rniats.
9 Approximalion Vr'res of f"50 fi.?50
do tin 5IK5.... 4..'il.0
0 do o SAG.... 2.250
1M7 Trizrs, amtujiti-'s 1 iia.'.CO
Appllcaiion fur rater to cltiUs tlmuld h
made oi'Ij- to ofTice of the Coinan in.Nw
Uric.iii
For fKHhri ir.for rr.ti.R write cleailv, civ
in.r full ad 'res. 10STAI. NOTES. EiPir's
M-ney Oidert, or Voik EMhanse ia
ordinary letter. Currency by ILtprots (t
ourexpcfcse) addressed
M. A, DAUPHIN',
Sew Orlouns, I.a.
or M. A. IAU-1IIX,
Wasliinstiiii, D. C.
Make I. 0. Money Orders payable
and address liegistercd Lelters'to
Nett Orleans National 15 ask,
Xw Orleans, La.
FRENCH LAUNDRY!
(Sixth St. Bet Allen and Fremont.)
Labarthe & Co., Proprietors.
Firat-clnes Washing ntid Ironiii"
Keaio;i.tKc Kuls.
at
Only Hie meft Ci-perkncea French
i.iUHUrcsses employed.
All Work: Guaranteed. All
promptly attsnded to.
ok "
toltc.c t.tj 01 cilllors,
ESTATE OF BENJ. TREBEIXIUCK, DE
raafed. The creditoie of, and all persons
havinir claims a-rainst the s.iid.named estate,
ar hrrehtr tiiifirifd In .i-hit.tr flml .1.;....-
1 wiiii 111c necessrry vouc.ie, to tnc wilhin
lour tannins' Mtcrllie first publication ol
this iiotite. at my office, in liievity of Tomb
stone, County of CtK-hisc. Territory f Ati-
zona, or the samu will be forever osrred.
Dated, Todibston, May 7th.
W. It. JENKINS,
Administrator.
DUlSl'lsrilSJ G-'S
Blo.cks7niih1.Shop.
Alien St.. Kot. Third ami Fourth
Next doot fra The Daily Tom bstoue.
JAMES DUNNING, PROP.
Horseshoeing a Special! y
By Dunuin; the BOSS HORSE
SriOEB in town.
Give me a trial.
Xottcc.
From and after this date, I will not be re
sponsible for any Mils contracted bv mv
if:
W. W. BALDWIN-.
Benson November t! Ibl.
State Loitciy
Adopted by tlie-RopuViican Ter
ritoriiil Cciiveutsou iicld
lu Tuc-ioii -ej)teniber
iirtlit 1GSO.
The Republican party uf the Teirltory"of
Arizona, in eonvenliotl asembll'd, tiaHinus
its I'erutioit to t icse ;rand priminlis of
ovurnini nt whicli h:ivc eltviled our n: tiou
to ii s present .-xiltBil post it.u.
k renew" otfli alty :o tl.?t parlj ihb'h
preervid us as a imtio'i, crtatilitlKd et'-u:-ity
before the li-v, blt'.U up all the Kreat
indu.itrio which h.ivi added Wtallh to i ur
exchequer and honor lo the Atner'u .111
hitine, and maintained the 11t.it.11al siiprcri
nc wu 1. hd and ea.
l v ! unit n lib pride tn 'he lecord of the
Re 'li.-an .ally, a parti wbithsciz d
e ' covirtiwctit when the nation ta
ie lue t'irous uf volitiCHl dicsoltiiion, which
rcrloied tiie untiniiul .itithuiit. and rebuilt
witii hfrtiiltan mcryy the naiinnat crtdi .
We point with pride to the fait that the Re
publican party upon it accession to pwei
nccived the uvcrutuenl of the nation in a.
detracted coiidition, loi n uy UiaSfhsion and
a piey lo conspiracies and im lions, that at
thr cud of 25 yi ars it tutned otcr the iv
crnuient twit Democratic succcssoii wit
lhu"uld IbKtil! lucie," not a star dtimmtl
uur a str.pc closed, ulth the Uni.m h jIo. . .1
ard tiiiUiicia! ciedi". uunp.iirtd. an oyer.
floins- Uea.-ury and the pub.ic cicdil
higher than tha'. of any nation 011 earth,
with coiilidci ce iu our ability fully lotorcd,
the ualioua! escutcheon untarnished and
the Au.ericau name the synonym of patriotic
virtuis.
We condemn the adminiftration of Grover
Cleveland as bcinj fale to its pUdei1, and
hypocritical 111 its deuliu?. It his lailed to
keep its snircd pledge uf civil service rc
lorm, and upon whiih the i'leeiricnt ccu;ed
his election; it has been falfc to its iriends,
its enemies, snd fal-v to litclf; 11 lus ds.
sraied tue atiunal name by the character
t its appointees iu the Ciplomatii: cerr ce,
aud has distuibed tlut frielidly lela'ious
heictoforc cxiiiiic' bt-tweeu the United
States and (everal tomijii (terumeut,
notably witl. .Mexica, our sitter republic.
It has appointed men u o&ite lor political
subserviency and leiuorid worthy ufiici;l
whse rcceuls hae shed luetiu upon the
aovernment they so laithfully scivcd It
has lusui'.cd the paliiotit. feeling of the peo
ple by its action on tlio rcn;lon laws and
by its s)sleinat:c efforts to b-little the
palr.otic hcivics of our foldiere and &ck
men; 11 has hotvu Ml lil'.cr disrt-ird.for tke
autsof the people and by il v-cllla:in
nl cowaid.y ;i'i";- na. fai.rd to proriuC
lliute l.i hi .r.-.iili Hit- Ubliuilal toirc cf il.c
pttq le dniat.Us.
Tnat while tke Democratic jlk.rm of
13S4, l.iudid IDe rOicicr." aliu siloi.- ot the
int.- n ,ir, a.d wtnlfsuid IXtnot raiir pal. J
prolcsivd t .ippt liati: tlre f.ltrit 11. -s.r.
lices, iho DeiHuernlie PresidKit tlcle.i up
on said platlorin, titii. It DciiMiciatic ui.piic-
ity, lit p-i:i..ter.tly l-h't-r.t1 to t-ii.lilj in
pr.uticj the pslil.ilic tlioiiea s.dui.ecd in
laid plslfi.rm.
We .ilso ict old our earnest jrtet .ai.t
tr.c removal of Union tIJi'. r nd itj.ii .
Ulc r.cpubiicai.s troia olUie sinipiy to make
iora for pait,au itvilians ar.il tx.coii edcr
atci. We lit Here in a judicious tariff law that
will al.ke piolect tns ah icrand ihc ir.an.
ufailiier; prt-tccti 11 to tin American votn:
protictiow lo the American tx-paie,-; jiio
(cctio'i lo Aiuerican couiniurre and ship
buildinj; ami last, but nut least, f-rotietiou
to Auiciican ciliz.r.s at home or abnrd, on
th htsh seas or in anj loicicn i.nd.
Rcsii'rcd, TUaI ill litizens cf the United
States are political cn.ua ai.d equally en
titled U the piotectiov of it laws; thr.t we
arc unalterably opposed to the immigration
of aW persons not in ryinpaU.y witii our ia
stilutions and inmiicj! tz itir political
svfctem.
Kc.-olved, That the dijuily ot labor shculd
bs maintained atd that the imnitrtioti of
Coolies to compete with tie intelligent
white laborers of. our land U i.csraains to
their .nan'iood and a blot upon the ciyilizx
lioi: of the-ace. Wc. theiefsrs demand the
repeal of the Burlinsme Trejty.
Resolved, That the action of th; present
administration upon tic ti.ver qucs'.ic n is
dcstrnclive of on of the sicstcst industries
of the land; and tho attitudu of the l'rxri-
deut 111 ins crovilltnc tub.erviei!y lo the
1 dictates of Wail street, is a disgraceful com.
mvntary upon Democratic indepet.djncc
and extcu.ivi dignity.
Rcsshed, Thai wc cotidean in unmeas
ured terras the action of tbe remocratie
congress iu lefusius; to adaiit Dakota as a
state; that such action is in plaia violation
of thu spirit and -letter of the constitution,
an outrage upon constitutional fterdoiu ard
subversive of the ri;hts of the people.
hcsolvetl. That we are iu fjvur of a care
ful and judicious inrrstisdtiui of the public
land ajstem, to tbe end that actual ettlu:s
may be protected in Ifciir riihts, spmious
land erauts cxpostd and honest l-.oh.Ors ol
tillcs may he def.iided in their iltnrls to
impruvo the public domain.
Resolved, That we arc iu fator ef pen
sions to ali s.i!di;rs who have foiiehl in th:
armies of our covntrv, t.hsther iu the Jlex
ican war or for the Union.
Resolved, That wc are in favor of iucrcas-
ins the associate justices ol the territory.
Resolved, That the sweeping removal of
Jlic judge of tcrritery by President Clcve-
land was an : buse of power, a viola ti.x of
law, and a dissrcelul exorcise of political
power.
Resolved, Thai General Miles u entitled
to our wannest mililudu and nsjiect for
his.stcrliii efloris to cuUIkc the Apachts,
and the Dianititcnt suicefsof his xiduous
campaign is but. the result of that calm
judgment and rellitary skill which arc
characleris'ie of Ihc true soldier; that Capt.
Lt-wton, Lieut. Gatcwotd and their gallant
command, through whose uutirinr efforts
the Apache war was brought to a sucic'fiil
terminiitian. have dNplayed a heroism mid
I rcslliss Zeal which timp them as uiodet
j oli.c.j of i:'. .11 X Uu.i j. id l;,-itii tu
duty, and entith3 them to our ilernal ;raii
t..de. Resolved, That the Society of Arizona
Pioneers is urtitiid to the chief credit tor
agitating the Indian ques!i.-n, until the
government was compelled to acquiesce in I
the universal tiesire of th- pro;-li! of iri
z.m.i as cxpre?9i d thror.gli sai.d society, and
that cur thanks are heriby extended to the
Society of Pioneers fur thu cimrgy ihiX per
sistence which has brought pcaie to our
teriilory.
Resolved, That wc arc in favor ol the ap
pointment of federal oli'.cers fmm the resi
dents of the tcnitorj ; Mid that w- eanieiilj
urge the passage of a law by congress which
shall pcnnit delegates to lole and liave
equ:.l power with members of congress
from states, and Hint the territorial oticur.
shall let-let ted by the pcojJe.
Kcsoived, That this coitwnli.in rie.-Ians.
its uaqtialilicd apprtvalof the l.te Repub
lican aduiini.tra'.iju in Ar.zona, its pro
gres'tvu and benelicial ii liueiu-e upon the
advancement if the territory, its Ireedont
frm narrow mid partisan a'ji.se uf power,
and the broad end liberal sttnd taken by i:
upon all niattir. of public interest.
Resa'.vcd, That thu iti-publieans of Aii
zona unresened.i- c dcniii the course pur
sued by Gt.veri.or Zulitk iu attacking the
gutid naniK and credit of the Teriitury by
continued and studied uiisrrprcsenlalifiis
for partisan purpos. s.
We charge him with having siai:dercd the
citizens of Arizona in otlicial iirociamations
and with falsely claiming credit foriesulls
11 curnplishcd wilhaul his help or iiistru
mentality. ue charge him with au arbitrary nud
partissti abuse ol porter, in his elfurts lo
remove without came or authority of law
able pi biie sei vnnls who aiclaithfiil to tbe
trusts imposed upon thulu and who dm
maud the respect and ctfntideiieu of the
pecple ol this Teiritor.
We charge tbe administration of Governor
Zulu-k with being uno and partisan iu ils
efforts and puipusis, tending 10 prostiluti
pubiie oil-ci.il. to paity si-heiues in the
ortiauizulioH of parlisi.n y-ji d iuiiis under
the lLtiuent e of partj liuliiipuia'.'i s at. gleat
expense and witnout Dei.eiiciil results.
itesolvcd, "1 hat the lie. u jlieaiis of .iri
zona commend the action ol ttie npf ointies
nt lliv hue Republienii Aduilnisliatiuii in
maintaining tl.iir lights to icuiain in i.tlice
unlit 1 exiiratiou of their te. ins,
atiu appioYc their s.eadfast It-ally to the
ltci.uiii.iai. puly at.d tt.eir resistance to
1 lie arbllrarr cd illegal assumption ol
power by tiorrvuur JJunck.
ISoiico ofPoricllisrCa
TO PETER SONDE AND BENJ. J MARKS
lfu ate heiciiy notiliid that I Limo ex
peurun the ei.10 ot (s.1,100; one tlt-i.s:.i.d
doll-is ctiirci.ty wi ii.o Li.itrt. fcial-, ia
1111.01 and inip:r-:ui.iia uit.u tku Nellie
James ai.d butinas iodts nr uiii.iiig claims,
siluatrd in .tiitlei's t. an itih, litiacMica nit-uu-:an:s,
Cociiiac counij , Icinlbiy ot Aiutiuu,
in oriier l bo.U llm suid loocs or ii..ni.
1 i.iiiiis lor li.c Jims ri.diiig Dcn-uibi-r Slsi.
i5il; 1M2; iiu; H&l una ltN), u, tier lue
ploisit.nr tn sei lion 23.4. Rt- Ucd jStatuics
,.i tbe Ln tt.i tsuitS, lt wit: Fur labur ana
lut'ji&viii.t m.s ui 011 tnc sa.d t Jdli..s it.r lot
.Cnr tut. 1114, 1i.u.iUr ols'., 1S51, one hiin
uicn c.t.il.is e.uh; lor i.e .lea. endu.g Ui
cii.vtri 01, Is&i, 1.11. r.i.nd.c i t.i.if.ut cat-li;
101 tue 1 1'. 1 cr.tiihg Lit ct i.il.i.-i wl, tne
i.iii'tiitti i.ultis tacit; itr ti-o c-i i-htunx
Joiuici ol. It3r, ....e l.nr.fiittt t.011 i,
nil.; It-1 tiie 3ai eiin.iig iicni'ti tii,
ido, o:,e hi.sd'itf aoi w.s e.u o it-t:.l 1. 1
il.c rive jc.us, ine turn t.i (l,CtU; me tl(ct.
suha tlunsrs.
me it.cal ti r.oliics of the s:iiu clau-.is
ii-iiig rtciut.d ii toiiows:
jNcnie .!:.. . mill 1., eiaim, in book 4,
pi.cs -.. atid 212i
cu.i.-.a- nuu.nx clattn, iu b-ol, 4, pa-cs
2 ii -nd vJ4.
in Hi ucords of Cocliise county, Terri
oiyul Aiizoiia, Iraiiscritid lroiu ii.e I'n.-.a
i.i.i.tt utoids. -
Anu if within ninety (SO) dajs after this
i. ot.ee by ) uMicatioti, joufsllor n-iuse to
contribute, eat h ot jou, jour propoitinn of
such exrer.duurc, as 10-cw iicis, jour ir.lsr
csi .n the s-id lodes or mining claims will
tiecuino il.c iioj-iny of thu undcisigncd
under siid icilion lo4.
11. il. HOLLENSTIEN.
Chailcitt n, Coi-liuv Co., A. j., Jul; .0, lbSi
To Crcditois.
XN THE COl'N'IY COURT OF THE
Couiilj 01 Cochise, teiiilorj 01 Ariztif.i.
In the ii.allir of hc aiplicaiiiu o;
Rvderick F. iliilloid, and lu.-oiviiit tlebtoi
to be olscn.ircu lim his du'.is and li.bil-
i ics.
The petition, schedule and inventory ol
Roderitk i. lii.IU.lc!, Ilic abuie nuiiicd petl
lltiner. Laving Lecii rcteired a..tl nied tierc
ln, it is hcit-by oidcre l that the satd pell
lifiier be, and ho herebj dixhnid instil
viiit and the SI.eiiB of the county M Co
chise is hereby dirieied lo take possessit.n
of all the ist-tlv, leal and personal of said
petil.ot.cr, except such as may by law l.j
exempt Iron txccutioti; tnd ol all liis Jccds
ruuclii-is, books ol account and papcis; hd
t-i keei the same sale.y until Hie aproin.
mctit .f an assignee, it Is further ordered
th-t all persons .lie forbiddeu to make pay
ine.il ot any debts to or to deliver akj
pioreiiy helonji'iitg to such debtor to him,
or lor his use, ami aid petitioner is lorbitl
den tum-ke alij- tialislcr of i.i property 01
auy portion thereof.
It is fut User ordered lhat the creditois o."
petitioner meet al the oilite of tbe C;eik of
this Conn at the Court Home in the city ol
Ton.bilone, upon the 22d day of OetoOcr.
.bili, at 10 o'clicK a. tn. to proie their debts
and ihou;c one or mme a-stgnets o: the
estate of re. ilioi..r. It is Suilknr ordered
Irai the .clerk ol this Court shall imme
diately publish a copy of this order in The
D.iii.x itijiitsTOXC, a newspaper haung a
general eiicuiation, ajd pubitsncd at the
city of 'tombstone, iu the county of Co
fills', as often as sail newspaper is priuttd
beloie tu meeting of tie said eieuilors,
and said clirk shall scrie forthwith a copy
e.1 this older Uy United Slates mail, postuge
prepaid or personally, on all cicdltors
named in the annexed schedule.
DUd ft-pi. IS, ISSii.
WEBSTER STREE .",
8-20tf CiUKty judJ
I3:i!t !
At the Pony Saloon ad lake a
drink cf that lino old lleriiitngu
Btutrbon, W. II. JlcBiayer Bourbon,
or sonic of tliat elegant old Ilermil
:;ge nud Guckenlieiiiier Rye, tiat
k n teed perfectly 1-ure. .i v r.nc?i
itniioited brandies, i. .t aim cifj-rs,
lo be found in the Territory. St.
Louis Lager Beer on draught. Eng-
Ale and Porter always cn hand.
Free lunch every day. Come all and
come sficn. IIekkv CAJirrtKLL,
8-2?if Propiietor.
SuLE AGENT FOR WiNSKJN AND VICINITY; FOR
Z vVi
ilil iwmSMi ;
""ifel?' - "
'. J
HE ABOVE WFLL-KNOTVN. BRAND
Emmiiient Chemists, and lrronounc-etl
-Free from ssuy
Benson,
DeaWs It
Gener'l Merchandise & F02 ward
Aliso Ageiitx fur Cntii'sPs-ckinsf CompHhy, Fiauk Talk's iIihv:.ikepB.
llis k'lr rated StuJei ukiT Wii-oiis rnd Headqt.artrrs
for l'. rUnd ir Jvc. l'.tr.
A.
T
h
GO
- ALLEK STT1L12T KEAU HFM.
Imported and Dcm.?stic Cigars an1
:S, Srl C 1 1 1 1,' J T.'i Ii I
ervv. r-"--- ra f"2?
Cor. jpiltla fisiI STrojuorit li-er
rr.-x jtSOi
siE-VLER IN
3IINEKS' AND IJAXCIIEUS' SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY.
AGENT FOP. IMPKOVED AGRICULTURAL IJIPLEMEN
And (he celehrnted
TURBINE WIND-MILLS, TENTS, WAGGN COVERS, BUCKEYE
F01.CE
ruth G.nrdo.n. Flower and Fild Seeds constantly on lm tti
Fasnioo Stables.
.HaTiiiiT pucliascd tlio Kollirjs Ftodc and Horses oj
J,C urnki, aiso m.'ikjncr rarmy iidditional puck apes, J
,im uow pepa etl to ofle to the Tcmb.storje uLlic tLo
Finest Turn-outs
Ever Oi'oiig'iit to tlte Territory
and art Keasonable Tci'ms.
Ti'ansient and Boarding Animal
Carefully Caved Foi.
A-llen St., bet., 3d and 4tli.
A.
T.
Jones,
Arizona Mall mi Stege'Zino
Tombstone5i
Stage ft.r Faiibai k. connecllng for cstcni and
raiiruiin leaves at u:i& o'cloik a. ra fctage leasts
aim leaves ininostone to connect wltli 'rain "o tanora at 2 o'ciot k p. ra.
Stage t-:r Fairbank by way of Charleslon.leaves Tombstoue at 7 o'clock J. m., aim re
turns upon anival of Benson tir.m.
Stage for Bisbee leaes ivcry morning a o'clock, except Stinaays.
46 o Allen St. Under Occidental Hotel
Robt, Croucf. Frcfpiltor.
HAS IELN JLNALTZFD ET TIIE M03
by ViLLlo be
Alnlter:itlcn.-
A.
Ta,
nr
S AND TAKCY KCTKrNS.
tRlH C.ll.;
gv jzk I
- PU.MPS.
- Proprietor.
Arizona
western'bouiid tni'ns on gouthtrr
la
ii-bin
Fairt-an!. upon arrival of iano
& BROS.

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