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TOMBSTONE - PROSPECTOR
Heity-ntl County Ollicial Paper
PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING
S. C. BAliG. Editor and Proprietor.
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HichiabMqae'arlttMition. pet'squaW " t"oo
Fremont St., Opposite City Hall.
EaUrfal ta ihaToabatona PostufiU t Sf-ccnd
FRANK 0. EARLE.
OFFICE 3iv. FREMONT STREET.
Opposite City Hall. Tombstone.
HERRING A HERRING,
r ATTORNEYS AVD COUKSKUaOKS AT LW.
frFICE TOUGHNUT STREET. BET.
3d and 4th. Below the Court House.
F. fc A. 31.
- Mine Solomon Lodge Ko. 5. F. & V.
M., holds stated tneotinsrs on (be third
Saturday- in' each moath in Masonic
Hill, at 7:30 p. m. Special meetinga
held whenever bine flag is hoisted.
Visiting brothe. i are cordially invited
to attend. Gcstate Fisueh,
Kibt Hast Saoretary. 8 13if
CochUeI.o.lx5 So. 3 I. O. O. V.
Regular meeting night, Tuesday of
each week. All visiting members in
'good Btauding invited to attend.
W. D. Mokmoxier,
Iti-nil Arcli .".Iafcon-i.
Stated meetings on third Wedneday
of each month. Notice of speeial
meetings by chapter flag. Sojourning
companions cordially invited.
Adolpu Cores, H. P.
F. L Moobe, Secretary. j!4tf
M lyor -
Chief of PoU.e
Treasurer - -
Qtjr Attorney -Auditor
R. E. 1 actum
- Wm. UchIr
- AI bianijer
- - Geo. Bravin
- - A. W Smith
- - John Pnndervi!!e
Sheriff - -
.rotate J ude -Clerk
Sunreyor - -Assessor
- John ILSlaujhter
- J. P McAllister
- W F. Bradley
- V,: a StiUdl
- - E. R. Mock
- A. JI. Emutiutl
- H G Hove
- X. A. Oilman
- - G. G. Berry
The above reward is offered
by the Copper Queeli Con.
Mining Co. and citizens of Bis
bce, for the arrest and con
viction or positive proof of
the death of James Daly,
who murdered W. W. Low
ther near Bisbee on the af
ternoon of Friday, April 1 1 ,
Daly is described as a man ap
parently 50 years of age, although
several years younger, about G feet
in height, round face, slightly pock
marked, sandy otnp'exion and
moustache,"b!ue eyes, weight alont
190 pounds, scar on foot made by
pistol shot, also scar across neck
made by pistol shot, talks with a
stronr Welsh accent.
;.Dated Bisbee A.pril U, 1800.
r. . uiKETroo. Mciin Exehan, 8a
hudKO. our Author!! Acrat for CalUotxJa
OEO. T. BOWEIJ. k CO jO Sprue t, Srw
II W.ATX:805. Phtltlvhl.
AH trnietlo m4 y t atwr suscd pei.
Pu.viHtoMinBliwlwUa t ti PROSrECTOK
THIS PAPER p-TLTnSSS
AlfH, Timothy, nd EsperaetU
"teed. Warranted pure t
To all to Whom these Pres
ents .May Come, Greet
ivWHERE-AS, i It has come
to "-my knowledge from au
themic "sources that on or
about the 12th day of Decem
ber A. D. 1890 N. H. Robin
son and Joh.i Bridger were
ruthlessly murdered near the
line between Mexico and Ari
7ona, in the county of Cochise
this Territory, and
Whereas It appears from
the evidences of (reliable wit
nesses and the report of the
Coroners nqucst held upon
the bodies of said Robinson
and Bridger in the City of
Tombstone on the 15th day
of December 1S90, that the
murders were committed by
hostile Indian renegades who
are absent without leave from
Now' Therefore. I, N.
O. Murphy, acting Governor
of Arizona, by virtue of
the power and authority within
me vested, do hereby ofler a
reward in the sum of FIVE
HUNDRED ($500.00) DOL
LARS (which sum shall be
aggregate amount paid under
this proclamation) for the ar
rest and conviction of the mur
derers of said N, H. nobjsnn
and John Bridger, or for satis
factor)' evidence that said mur
derers have been killed during
legitimate efforts to capture
them, which evidence may con
sist of the dead bodies of the
Indian murderers, or such por
tion of their bodies as shall be
sufficient to satisfactorily prove
I n witness whereof I have
hereunto set my hand and
caused the Great Seal of the
Territory to be affixed.
Done at Phoenix the Capital
this 22 d day of Dec, A. D.
Nathan O. Murphy,
By the Governor,
E, B. KlRTLAND,
Notice of Dissolution.
The copartnership Lerelofore exist
ing between L. Gold water and H. Gold
water doing business under the firm
name of L. it II. GoMwatcr, Benson,
Arizona, is this day iijohcd by
mutual consent, L. Gold arater will
continue the bu-inss there; he will
jollect all oatstanding accounts owing
to, and pay all indebtness of said late
Dated, Benson, Arizona, Jan. lOib,
Fiiit KAi.iiir.vi. !: .tTk.
J,tR 3AI.E FIRST.CLVSi hKMDEN'CE
1 property, one lot. So. 5, Block 31, front
Hi.; oil Satfiird tr-ct. Tombstone, with two
(rood houses, one rented: tha prouerly of W.
A. Anderson and uife Will bo told without
deUy Ap I) at once to James Kellly, Fre
moot street. 10 i tf
8500 UK WARD.
i m pjy tne aootc reward to any person or
persons uliu Kill .ive the information which
til lead to the arrest and conviction of any per
son or persons unlaw lull) bandhnc any of my
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null. n;ht ear crop aud split.
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0-rbram;te totbe wbulessle .cd rali
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la u ie tius pr le redwhaean furnisbator e
aai j v ttMlrrr Ire ilmc to ta tu ice4 Upar
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without tb9 trMniKlxe ol patient if accessary
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ccTtcJiity tbat the patient andergoei no Icroa
Ttiience, atKi toon h. complete reformation
flectMl. 43 pace bvok free To be liaJ of
J Young, Druggiut,
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ta twtfin at Mr SEW m f work.
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subscribe for and advertise
m the PROSPECTOR, the
only Daily in Cochise County
and the only one receiving
Press Dispatches. Circulation
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Notice oi Trnstce Sale.
tlfllEREAS, WALTEB ItENOUF, ISV HIS
H deed duly executed and to me de-
liered ou the 10th day of October, A.
'. lob'J and reconleU in Book 1 of
Deeds of Trust at pages 1C1 to lt5 in
the ollice of the couuty recorder, of
of tlio county of Cochise, Territory of
Arizona, coneedlo me au undivided
three fourths () interest inthe"Key
tone mine," situate in the W rren
mining district in said county of Co
chise, utid located on the 22nd day of
January 1880. and recorded m 11 ok 7
of transcribed records of mines in the
ollice of the county recorder, of the
aforesaid county of Cocliuo at pages
iSG and lb7, aud also recorded in Book
.1 of records of mines, in the ollice of
the county recorder of the couuty of
I'ima, Territory aforeeaid, at pages
GSU and 090, in trust, to secure pay
ment of certain indebtedness due on
promisory note and payable ou the 10
day of April l'JO, with interest, as
sessments, disbursements and expen
ses as in said trust deed more fully
And Whereas, the said Walter Iten
ouf lias made default in the payment
of said debt, interest, assessments and
disbursements, and the beniticiary in
said trust deed named has applied to
me to sell said property in Uie execu
tion of said trust.
Xow therefore public notice is here
by gnen that on FUIDAY the 23d
daj of January 1S91 at one o'clock p.
m. of that day in front of the court
hou.Q of the a'oresaid county of Co
chise in the City of Tombstone, I will
sell the properly hereinbefore described
or so much thereof as may be neces
sary to accomplish the objects of the
trust aforesaid to the highest and best
bidder. The terms and conditions of
sale shall Le cash in United Slates
currency, one fourth when bid is ac
cepted and remainder on deliver) of
deed. James Reilly,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In compliance with Title III cnti
t'cd "Alignments for benefit of cred
itors" Jiewaed Statutes of Arizona,
notice is hereby given that Win Kicks
lately doing business in the City of
Tombstone Arizona on the nineteen)!
day of Dccmber, A. I. 1890 made an
assignment ol all his property both
real and personal to Charles GratmUc
Johnston for the benefit of the cred
itors and the said creditors iho con
sent to such assignment, are hereby
no iflpl lo make known their consent
in writing within four months of the
dale hcieof, and to file a distinct state
ment of the particular nature and the
amount of his or their claim aguinst
the said Wm. Kieke, duly enfied
tsitlnn six months of the date hereof,
mill the said Charles Granwtlc John
ston at his ollice in the city of Tomb
Dated this 20th day of December,
C IIAItlXS GUAXVILLE JOHXSTOS,
Notice to Creditors.
In th Probate Court of the County
of Cochise, Temtory of Arizona.
KstateofNVm. Hasctt, Deceased.
Notico is hereby given by tlie'un
dt-rsienfd administrator of the estate
fd,to tt.e crfd
j deceased, t-
f this nonet
tor at his
fitory of Ari-
Ihe place for
usiness o: the
late cf Wm.
fsn 19, 1891.
IX THE PROBATE COURT
Notice is hereby ghen to the credi
tors of atid all persons having claims
against the estate of illiam Callahan
deceased, to present the same duly
verified with the necessary vouchers
to the undersigned, at his ollice with
G. W. Bryan, in the town of Benson,
Cochise County, Arizona within four
months from the first publication of
this notice, tbat being the place for
transacting the business of said estate.
Administrator of the estate of Wm
Dated Jan 8, A. D. 1S91.
One hundred and tMj acres of land in the
foothills' o(,the Cliiiicahu mountains, fenced
and under cultirationv raises finest kind of
fruits. Water permanent. A beautiful tract cl
land. The fullest investigation allowed. Ap
ply at thiso'Scc, tf
In tbe District court first judicial dis
trict, of tbe Territory ot Arizona, In
and or the oouuty ol Cochise.
Coiojt Oamekox, Plaintiff,
JIaby U. UiLDEroiitAST, Defendant.
Action brought in tbe District Court
of tbe First Judicial District of the
Territory of Arizona, in aud for tbe
couuty of Cocb.i.0, and tbe complaint
tiled m tbe said county of Coobisr, in
t'je offico of the Clerk of said District
The Territory of Arizona sends
greeting, Mary M. II Iderbrant, de
fendant. You are hereby required to appear
in an action brought against you by
the above named plaintiff, in tho Dls
trict Court of the Pi ret Judicial Dis
trict of the Territory of Arizona in aud
lor the county of (Jootuse, and to aus
wer tbe complaint filed therein, within
ten days, (exclusive of tbe day of ser
vice), alter the service en you of this
summons, (if served within this county
or if served out of this county, but in
Ibis district, within twenty days olber
wise within thirty days), or judgment
by defanlt will be taken against you
according to the prayer of said com
plaint. The said action ia brought to recover
Ibe.sura of three hundred dollars and
lutereat at rale of seven per cent per
annum from 25th of September 1S88.
together with costs and disbursements
of this action.
Given under my hand and
tho seal of the District Court
of tha First, Judicial District of the
Territory of Arizona, in and for tho
County of Cochise, this 29th day 'of
December, in tbe year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and nicety.
(Seal.) A, H. EMANUEL,
IN the district court, tirat ju
dicial district of the territory of
Arizona in and for the county of
BANK OF TOMBSTONE.
GEORGE WESTINGUOUSE, Jr
Action brought in the district court
of the first judicial district of the
territory of Arizona in and for the
county of Cochise, and the com
plaint tiled in the said count- of
Cochise in the office of clerk of
slid district court
The Territory of Arizona sends
jreettii;r. to George" Westinghouse,
You are hereby required to ap
piar in an action brought against
you by the above named plaintiff1,
in the district couit of the first ju
dicial district of the territory of
Arizona, in nnd for the county of
Cochiie. and to answer the com
plaint filed therein.within ten days
(exclusive of the day of service)
after the service on you of this
summons, (if served in this county
or if served out of this county, but
in this district, ithin twenty days
otherwise within thirty' davs), or
judgment-by default will be taken
against you according to the pray
er of said complaint.
The said action is brought to
recover the sum of six thousand
dollars damages together vv th in-tcre-it
and cost of suit
Given under my hand and the
seal of the district court of tho first
judicial district of the territory of
Arizona in and for the county of
Cochise, this 23d day of Decern
ber in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundied and ni netj
(Seal.) A. H Emanuel,
By virtue of an execution issued out of
Justice Nat llawke's court of No.
ooe precinct, county of Cochise, Terri
tory of Arizona, dated the 27th day of
December, 1890, in a certain action
wherein Otto Geisenhofer as plaintiu
recovered jadgment against Joseph
Rusell for Ibe sum of one bnndred
aud ninety dollars ($190 ) and costs
amounting to the sum of twenty one
and OO 100 dollars S.U.ojj on the 'uli
day of December, 1890,
I have levied npon the following de
sciibod property to wit:
The "Morning Star" "Tbe Stars and
Stripes' and the "Virginia" Mining
claims bing sitnate in tbe Warran mm
ing district Cochise county. Territory
Xotio is hereby given that on Tnes
dar the 20th day of Jan. 1891, at 11
o'clock n, m. of thatday in front of tbe
Conn llonse ia tbs City of Tombstooe
eonnty of Cooln-e, Arizona. I will sell
II t!ifrigiit title und interest of the raid
Jofoph flnllt in and to the
above described property at public auc
tion for cash in hand to the highest
and beat bidder to satisfy said exe
cution and all sosts,
TltArl .t Tnmhitnut IIia ..far. da nf
'December 1890. Bex Jauea,
A BAD SKIN DISEASE
On J.lmb S Years Uedridddrn 3 Yea
lortor and McdlrlarM 1'iteleaa.
Cured by Cutlrura at Coat of 3.3
.NotvliocH llerOisu Work.
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hint until at li.t I th.ni l l ... ..t.t i
hive th limb arflputatedat the knee. It
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ljoxea of the CiTir cra 1 im now able to i
all ray work, b th la the home and out
doors aud my limb is hs natural a could pos.
bly be under the Citiurmuncs. It is a mc
nooderfuUure I had Riven up hopes of e
brine ell again irthiilhelp yoj. you a
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one not creditidg thivcan find me by ad Jnruii
mi fit tPla llt.lVaA nflHAal ata..a.a
Mas HAHmfcTSTlcKLtB. IoaaCily.1
Are the greatest skin cures, blood purifiers at
humorremedies of modern timet. CuTICUB
Kesolvent, the new Blood and Skin Puntlt
interual.r (to cleanse tne blood of all tnintim.
and ouonc.us elements), and CUTircaA. tl
reai oain urr, ana biTiCCBA bOAP. an e
juisite-bkin Beautitler externally (tn el.,r t.
slun aad scalp, and restore the hair), instant
rehete aud speedily cure every species of uc
mz, buruinir. seaiv crusted, nimnlv scrrffiln
and hereditary diseases and iumhrs of th ski
scalp, and blood, with loss of ha.r from infau
to a,'e. Irom puniles to scrofula.
Hld every here Price. CCTlCUB A. ?oc. Soa
2c KtSuUMJJT, it. Prepared by the PoTTI
1JKIO AND IjIIMII Afc LORPOStATI&X bOSton
a.'nd for How to Cure Skin Diseases. "
page 50 d'utra i n and too teUmonials.
PalE-- blica. hea1', lei. rjueh, chapped si
oiiy kia Caiel by 1 1 rici A boar
ACHING SIDES AND MAC
'ii?. Kidney and Uterine Pains at
Weaknesses relieved in one minj
by IheCiTicUBA A-rTj-PAIN plast
i at n-:i anu only pstn killing piut
llerlarator) Statement Xs, rf!4
Lanl ofllee it Tncaoa, Arlaona, Jannarr 11, 189
"VTOlilE I. hereby given that the f I owb
j mined ixitlrr ban Bird notice ol h Inte
tiun to niikeanal proof In rupprrtof htmliii
aud tha- "lid prwjf will be made before th Cle
r ihe D (ic Court at Tomb-t oe, Artzana, i
Vltrch J, l-t via Jacob :heerer. of Snlph
ypr.rss V.llcy. ana., lor ihs . H of n. 14 ai
n. 14 01 t w U ret 3J, tp 30 r. S6 e
Ue names the Ivllowing wltr.efte to prove h
contlnnoos re.idecce npon, and cultivation 1
id land via. W O. banderror, Fr.al
Brrdf. Ai)a Brr and CLarles Overlork, all
bu pku.- Spring Va I y, Arizons.
HE KB BUT BKOWX, Register
Notice for Publication.
Declaratory Statement No. 2256.
Land Office at Tucson-. Akizova,
January 13. 1891.
N'otice is herebv en en that the followtm
named settler has filed notice of his intention
make final proof In supfct of his claim, at
that said proof will be made before the Ketnst
and Receiver at Tucson, Arizona, on Februa
2S. 9'. William thadeous Vauzhn. ot Bei
son .nzona. fortheSW Sec 24 Tpi7. b
He nams the lollowinr witnesses to Dro
his continuous re.idence upon, anu culuti
of, said land, vu Jam-s U. V'auchn of Bel
son Arizona. Wilbam I. Hughes of Bensi
Anzsna ( arter Crane of Fairbank Anion
and Iknjaruin H. Pace, of Fair bank Arunna.
IlriKUliRT BROWN. Register.
First publication. January 17, 1890.I
U. S. Land Office Notice.
TucbO.v, Akiz., Jan. 1L 189 .
Complaint having been modi, at th
ollice by Francis J.IIene against Jol
A.Murray, D. L E, 'o.S2., maile 0
19, 1SS9, for the S. W. , S. E. an
S. A. S. W of section 29, T. 15, S
-20 E., and N. of X W. i of sectu
.12. T. 13, S. It. 20 E , contestant a
leges that he knows the present co
dition of the same, also that the sa
John A, Murray has wholly negleclt
and failed to comply with the law
March 1877, in regard to desert lam
and has wholly neglected and failed
put water on said laud or any pa
thereof, though more than three yea
has expired since he filed upon tl
sjmeand this the said contestant
ready lo prove at such. time aud pla
as may be named by the Register ai
Receiver for a hearing in said case ai
he therefore asks to be allowed
provo said allegations and that sa
D. L. E. So. 825, may be declared ca
celled and forfeited to the Unit.
States, he the said contestant payii
the expense of s.ich hearing.
And now comes Francis J. Hen
contestant to above described tra
I). L, E No. 825 and files his affida
in this office Jan. 13, 1891, settii
forth the fact that after due ddligen
he fails to obtain personal service ar
the contestce and requests that servi
be had by publication, the fame
hereby granted and publication ordt
ed in the Prospector published
And the said parlies are here
summoned to appear at tho office
the Register and Receiver Feb. J
1S9I, at 10 o'clock a. M. to give tei
mony in said case.
HERBERT BROWX, Register
V , "-$ 3v a. ,X-,