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THE daily tombstone
ffy Pioneer Daily of the Camp
JTOBEBS1 1680
rWBT.U'EED EYKKT ETENd'O,
'Muudtys Bxcepted,)
31'
JAMES J. NASH.
wmiii ui'ii linn.
OHics on Allen Street, north side, between
Third and Fourth..
Subscription Sates,
n Tear 1 00
ix-Miths COO
Tkree Months S 00
6ut Month 1 00
tteliTered by Carriers for 25 cent a Week
WILL A. NASH,
...EDITOR.
OFFICIAL PAPER
Cochise County.
Begular Eepublicaa Ticket
Election Xueitday. IVov. 3, 1SSO,
Fr Delegate to Congress
CUKTI3 C, BEAU.
Far Superintendent f Public Initructlon
THOMAS CORDIS.
; Tar Joint Councilman. Southern. District
B. H. COFFMAN.
For Territorial Council,
YT- A- HARWOQP.
For Members of Assembly,
VT. 8. FLEMMING,
IV. A. NASH;
A. C. RICHARDS, .
. FRANK FRAME,
' CHAS. N. THOMASV
For County Judge,
E. W, MQRRISQX,
For Sheriff,
R: S. HATCH
Fr District Attorney,
' TV. H. STlLWELL.
For County Treasurer'
A. J. RITTER,
for County Recorder.
W. F . BRARLETi
For County Assessor,
E. G. NORTON,.
For County Clerk,
allf.n; WALKER.
ForICferiaal Public Administrator,
C4B. TARBELL.
yr County Surreyor,
H.S. HOWE.
For Supervisors,
BRAMER 8,. BROWX.
T. C. BAIN.
TOWNSniP TICKKT
( JOHN C. E ASTON,
Juliets o! the Fcac- w. u. aut.AKt.rt.
jj, C. DEAN.
, ., .( FRANK BROAD,
Tor Coiit.bleijyREj. DODGE..
CITY TICKET.
7r Mayor,
CHAS. N.THOMAS.
Far Cosncilsaen,
First War.., ....
Seeoad Ward....
Third Ward.....
Fourth Ward....
, A, ASHMAN
OOODWIN.
...G.H.WATT.
J E. BUTLER
or City Recorder.
, ' I. MISAACS.
JTor City Lteease Tax ColUetor
Qt W, CgAPMAN..
For City Treasurer.
J. L. MELLGREN.
For (Pity Attorney..
Q, W. SWAIN.
For Chief of Pojics.
Q. W, QAJfS,
yoTB for Rob Hatch,
yo-XB for Andy Ritler.
4'ote for Billy Bradley.
.Votk fqr yon. W. H. Sti,lwcll.
Bhxt Brapley will be the next
Jtecoider of Cochise county.
Cochise county will be theauncr
lRpublican .county of the Territory
this year,
Thij Citizen is right, Thk Tomb
..ftosk ji tho. only R.opublican paper
vipCochiso county.
( Cou C. C. Bean will represent the
jpeople.of Arizona.a nc?1 L s
.-.Congress, and.don.'t you forget it.
-The Republican Rally on Saturday
jevening uoxt wjll.be. a dandy. C. .C.
. Roan . .will tell tbepeQnh? of Cocjiise
..county the-true stata of affairs.
Dl.boy,Ja.u"jHatch, will be elcoted
K.to.1111 the offiio of .sheriff of Cochise
,countyJ?r tho next, two years. .Cur
jpcsple
ie ABBreckte.rBob, and will cast
l .HD,tPCvglld. oi-
Votk for the entrro -.Republican
ticket and you wll'i haVc officers whom
you can. trustl . . v
Let every taxpayer in Cochise
county vote the Republican ticket. It
is to your interest, as has been piovcii
during the last two years;
Let every citizen f th county
turn out on Saturday eTening nest
October 23d, and give Col. C. C. Bean
and the other Republic. nominees a
ousing reception.
Bob Hatch is gaining .strength
erery day. Advices from- Bieher,
Willcor, Benson, Charleston, the
Lower San Pedro, and all through the
Sulphur Spring ' Valley state that
Tried and True Rob Hatch will re
ceive a rousing majority on Novem
ber next.
Citizens of Cochis county, can
you cast your vote for a man who was
a secessionist during the war, for the
responsible office of County Recorder?
We say no, but vote for that loyal
Union man, Billy Bradley, who car
ried a musket and fought for us all,
ia that we might live ia a free coun
try.
Hon. JunoE Stilwkll is making an
active canvass of the ccunty for the
office of District Aitcrnor. There
can be nothing said against his char
acter nor his. ability as a lawyer and
the people ot Cocbiie county will
elect him on tho 2d day ci November
next to represent them as their Dis
trict Attorney fdf the next two years.
Hurrah for Judge Stilwell.
Tnr Globe-Democrat says: The
President declares that he will not
visit Charleston, because if he thould
do so, "those newspapers" would
claim that they lwdt fqreed him to
make the trip. But by rcfrsing to
go on such a ground does he not
quite as certainly admit lbe power of
"those newspaper" to influence his
aotion In the mattorl The only dih
ference, wc should ay, U that instead
of permitting hirrtfcH to do a proper
thing under newipaper pressure, he
prefers to let tho lame foroc move
him to do a petty and ungracious
thing. However, h has jiven Chailrs
ton $20, when lho.ro- it no law com
pelling him to givo her a cent.
The Illinois Republicans in con
vention assembled, struck the key
note of, Americanism in their tariff
deplara,tiofl. It wao as follows "We
beliete in the protfction of Ameiican
labor, nd denqircct as unwise and
iinpatrlotio tho attempts to cmbo.ly
in our national loglilatiqn the prin
ciples of free trf4e. intelligent and
prosperous freji abor js the corner
stone on -which our free, gprernment
) founded and we protect agajust i!s
.being iniprcvrmhed by competition
'ith tj)0 productions of the under
paid labor of the old world, pr dc,-
graded by the importation of heathen
or pauper labor fon Pbjna or any.
other portj.on of tho world.'-'
In oub jssuo of Jfonday, we tried in
an article eutitlod, "Monk and Morri
ison," to point out to the people of
th'ia conuty tbjat ,the bogus "cow boy"
Jctter from Wilcox on the sam.c sub
ject, published iu the Democrat of
Saturday, win really ,writtc;i by Win.
C. Monk, brother of E. R. Monk,
Der.ocratio candidate for County
Judge. That thin Win, C, wa the
only Monk who resided it) this .county
at any time before the Ja.st oounty J
flection, and that he had gobbled uu j
various cattle ranches in his own
naruo and that of his now candidate
brother, who was then ahysterjng ia a j
St, Louis police court; and that tliip.
candidate Monk was not long enough
dn.th.is Territory to have a vote at tin-
time of his nomination, All this ilw
Democrat neither answers nor denser.
It c;vp not do se, because thoy nr.:
matters of record in this county, I5ut
the Democrat manufacture a bogus
.issue and says that we aceusu Mr.
G.indjdite Monk of "bring in colli!-'
sion..with the parties interested in tjio'
Tombstone townsite." This wc iiovtr'
said and nevor intended to.
What wo did bay, and do .nnsv pc-i.
tivly assert ia, that .Mr. Mi.k ic tho
.candidate of G. G. Bejrry, Mike Q-:iy
ind the towufite .grabber; ami if
clecteil, JicjTjJliXB'liis office to them,
strong revival of blackmailing tint; .
not. that these suits are certain to be
sustained, even by such a judge as E.
R. Monk, but that Berry having the
prestie of eiccting hi own judge
will bo encouraged to bring thete
suits, and thereby frighten people in
to paying blackmail raHier than pay
to defend their homes. If the Demo
crat denies that Monk is Berry's an.l
Gray's candidate, let it answer these
questions. Who put up the slate on
the day of the Democratic convention
to defeat Judge Keilly and used prox
ies given them with instructions to
vote for Judge Reilly for County
Judge? Who, we say, but the men
who knew and feared Judge Reilly a
the inevitable enemy of frauds and
blackmailing of every kind? Will
tho Democrat dare to deny thai the
very proxy by which Berry presided
over that convention was given by
Tom Given.", theownrr, with instruc
tions to vote for Reilly? Wo are wil
ling to submit tlieso quos-tions to
Judge Reilly, who is now advocating
the Democratic ticket, because we
know he will not lie nor help to im-
pose on the people Judge Berry's tool
for County Judge.
The following card qpeared in tlie
oditr.rinl coluuma r f the last isiun of
tho Itoeky Mountain Celt. We cr--gratulatf!
those of our Iiifch fellow ci'
izens who have detormined to no long
er be dictated to in politics by an over
bearing and tyrannical democracy and
assure tlieai that the ltcpublicnn party
in the future as in the past wiil join
with them .in all honor tbic me-uis tt
aid and atsi'-t lh-ir bie'liivn in Ire
land to break ur by m-n: f ju't
legislation tin l .rge landed e.st:t''3 in
Ireland; to introduce upon thos-e tandt
fur ri- c. gtncral good and welfare 'f
t'.e people, pfa-aot propfietotahip
That we j )in with tlieai in the hope
that the efforts of tlieir brethren in Ire
land for l.orr.c rule ia nil local nutlnrs
,inay be scccci.'ful.
H. M. Slateu, CWrwan.
II. Towssi'.nd,
j J. M. Fp.kemav,
i T'ios. II. Ji iixs'.x,
L. W. Staxtox.
C. G. Hathaway,
I. N, STi-YEX3,
-Ex.
Diamond-jneiL Shaker society lf
cents per pair, at Ihjgg's,
Seti:c thing recent . Dcr-argooJ.
bargain co.in!e'-. 'M'.il.ice.'- S'rtf
Tiie clio:cet grorcriea iti, tlie citv
can be procured at F.N. Wallcctt'a.; tf
F.r the phnire.-l c-f canned g09ds,
etc., go to WjIIco'.I's. ' If.
Tlie fined family Hour, at "Wall
celt's, on Fifth stroet. tl
To Let A nictly furnished bed
reom. Enquire at liOO Ninth slreet.
CoatV while spoid cotton, all sizes
just rcceiyed by cxpiets at Uagg's. tf
We oxpeet a ru.-'h for nur dress
good., bargain counter. Ia',l,-e' 'f
Come and seo our dress-goods, bar
aln counter, JVUce l)r,T Goods
Store. ' ' 32Tlf
.Tnst received, at Baggs, a new lot
of California men's and ladies' rad
dles. " '' 13-lf
Crockery and glasswarfj pi all de
scriptions, at Bagg's. 13 tf
Grand Repushqan
RATIFICATION !
I'ombsluuo, CSctobty 321
The t-ltiacii of ToiiTliitonf will be ai'
dresd imi" Saturday evl nine, (Jpiuber ?:5a.
by tlie following mimed CCnttriiieii.:
HON. CI 7-RT.1S .C. REV,
JiON. r. J. liU l'LEK.
HON. CLATiK Clil lt'-'lili.L,
HON. TI1U3. CORDIS.
HON, B, ri. COFFMAN,
IIOisT. W. A. HAUWOOD,
And the II('iiiMica VovuXy Ticit--t.
itHSiC, FireWQl'kS, KtC., Kte.j
EYERjBODY TNV.ITED.
I5y order if th
KKPl-.ILICAN (JOUNTV CKNTKAL
COM Al VE J
'
IH'Gll I'JKUC Y. Chairman.
1-
InSesoi"i'!:rri-.
The following i the rate charged
from Fairbank to the different places
named in the schedule:
First Em i.
cl.ss grVt
Ssn Francisco 4 JO - W
Chicago 20 f
lit. Louis ' " 4i -
Cincinnati,; "' '-' -15
Pittsburg, pa , "9 U
Philadelphia ...l b'2 ,0
New York KJ '.0 W 20
Boston K) iW a
riuualo, N. Y ' 5 50 0
Bmltunore i TO 5 H '5
Aich'uun, Kas 51 70 'it M
Knas Cily...'. r 5170 10 7
Bjesa'e clieckcd to destination oa
trouh tickets.
T H. B. ADDINGTON, A?cnt
BUY THE BEST QUALITY
Union India Hub her Co.s.
Pure Gum
CRACK PROOF
Rubber Boots.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
Be sure the IjooU.iri- stumped on the lieels
'Union IriIiu Rubber Co. Click Proof," anil
nave 'lie fare Gum Springs on tin- loot and
initep. which prevent their cracking, ::nd
nixki'K t lie ui the most durable Rubber Boot
made. TRY OUR
"Gold Seal"
STOUT'S PATENT
PUKE GUM
Rubber Boots.
Made expressly for mining, fisimijr, and any
ne visulti!; a ery slronsj and duralil-J boot
For S.ile by nil dealers. All kinds rubber
beltinir, pucKin. hoe sprii-ss, clothing
boot, shoe c.
Cjoodyear Rubber
R. H
fc. M
Jb. I
f
Agents,
QR M.IN
' - . THE SPECIALIST.
No. 11-Kearny St., San Francisco,
- ' CALirORNIA.
Treat: .ill Chronic, Special and Private Dis-ta-es
uilli iVo.idoriul iiK-ce.--s.
riieG-rc-at English Kornetlv
fs a never failing
niMlilr., VP:
lassitude, nocturnal emission, miui. u
Mici.-lv, dim'ness of vissioi., noises iu the
li'.-ad,"".M-FS in drinking intoxicating n
ouois," theTital fiuid iiassmg unobserved
in the i line, and many other diseases that
li. i.l iiwntlit V mil (le.tlll
Dr. .Minlie. wlio is a regular puju-ia:i
Taduate ol the University of Pen.isj JVJni i
will a"re-! to forfeit live hundred dollars fo-
case of this kind that the Vit..i UestaraliT'
(under his special devise ami treatment) ''
noj cure, or for anything impure or injur
ious found iu it. Ur. Mii.tie treats all
private diseases successfully Without mer
cvrv. Consulta'iiin lieu. Tlioiougliex.ini.
inaiiou and advice, iu'.Ir.d.ig analysis of
urine. ?o. Price of Vital Restorative S1.C0 a
taMIe, r four limes the iuanfuy jor jo;
3 -n, to any address upon recript ot price, or
'! i). I) .sceun d fro.:i oiiservalmn ani ill pri
int'j nae, il desired, ey l.R. JtlNUE;
II Kc.iinv st'.ee', San 1'raiicls.o, Cal.
Ecnd lor lis of ouest.ons ana pimphl-:.
Saujplc liottic Frco,
VK be sent Lo an j:h applying by letter.
atilir.g ymptoms, sex s.r.d age. Jstrict sc.-..
crecy in vegaru i.i an uusit.ess iia'.isatuuus
DR. MINITE'S 1SRA1N CURE.
Dr. 7d.iulif.'s Kidncv Remedy, Ni-nltnT
.:ijm eures'.-il! kinds of Ivi'iney-and bladder
omplaSnUi, gcuiiorrhiea.itcueorrliirii, je'eet.'
tor sate riy a.i uruggisi; ?i a oul..c,.sa
bottles 'f-5. '
aiivxrtisemext. -i
ANTI-CHINKSI5 CITY TICKKT.S ...
vor. .MAYOR
CHAS. N. THOMAS. "v -'
FOR COL'XCILMBX . ""
First Ward A. ASHMAN'
Second Ward J. V. LlPFEll'
Third Ward A. W. SMF1UI
Fourth Ward S. C, BACJG
TOR CITY KECORDKR ' '''Ti
M. G. CROWLEY. - v '
.
FOR CITY ATTORNEY
JAS. REILLY.
FOR CITY 'XliEAHUEER
"I.
THOMAS VINCENT. ";-
FOR HEALTH OFFICER. AND CITY TAX
COI.I-r.CTOR r -.
G. V. C1IAP.MAN.
Uissolution of l:irtnorihlp.
To wli-'in il may concern: Tlie lirm of
!i.,row &, Rags ha I his (... li: soiled by
".i.ult.a c..ii3ei.t, b. Ai. 1I..I row rctiribg'lloni
i.n. liuii. Ail bills :i;'ainst said Jij-ii. ivili L-e
. ...fl v S. O. R.gg. d. C. li.t;ti.
s.M. ii:-uu:ov.
y .y.'T Lady i-gcits :iclua:i.v cK-ai-j
Ji f-jfi tlsily will, nil wiu derfu' e.uliie.y
, nil- patout" in'.i.er iuidergtnneirt tor le-
MADAM W-T, MITLS.
IS X 54:', Cbi.-ago. III.
11 crim's- ;iri. ri:i i.l 'or anil as I
want t'.-.otieyand w.mt"iL i.id 1 will
. make JfyU suits lor .ys. iiainc tne
taijor.' S-lMi.
. . . n
Ail v-s. nV" b H IU m)
w le. l.ouiia I., i oil, li.iv.ng let. mvbf.l a-i.l
I b iald v.'if .lit call e ci prov.i-nii m llieiu
loru I will i ot !iu responsible fr, ii'ir pay
auv d("-'' is or her cor.trai ilug rr.mi an I at. it
ithisliale. jp'lNDJilTO F.
j;. - -- - - '.-x.-scurj for nervous ilc-
tl''V iv'"'j.3ir,i,tv, exhausted vi-
Z'rf h , , ft?5tiility, seminal weak
'"! ,'i',x45'.-'-i7j ne!, siermatorrlica,
it;'V' "?hot marh..od, lmpo-
'.tencj, paralysis. ..nil
fc?) i-f (S""4,Sy q p i o 1 1. 1 1 r i h i-a , and
WKS'i;--Kor seir abuse, jouin-itMH&-i5rijfoliics
andc2n:ses "i
Lost A dark sorrel .horse1, about
U.V hands high, and weighing from
G5u to 700 pounds, bnindeo-'-'witli two
stiaiglit marks on the hifU-houlder.
Any person finding tlie-.aamc will re
ci-ive live dollars rcwarif fv" hMving
him at Brown & Ilaie's.ttMlde,
Daxjpi. Muddy.
Tombstone, Sept. 29, ISS'ij.
I will pay the abrrve rpward for in
fcrmation that will loail to the arrest
of the fiend or fiends who poioned
my dog. . l.S. BabnkiJ.
Fifth slreet News Depo'.
Wantkd 15 or 20 Adobe makers
and layeis. Wliitc.iuen prefrrred.
Apply at this wllice at once for fur
ther information.
Lottie ;UlIt.
And don't you forget it, that Vfolcott Si
Messiek haw the iinest toilet soa-vj for sale
that h-is ever been offered ta the people of
this city. - -22tf
Dissolution st Jfartnnrshlp.
The partnership heretofore cxilins unier
the lino name of VVnU-oll M .Meick, is tins
day diss bed bv mutual consent, Mr. Mesiek
reuriug from the lirhi.
All accounts duo tlie firm will vai 1 to
F. N. Wok-oll, aiid'ali.l.ills against tke Una
will he paid bv F.-N- VVolcoiL
Ifcigncd"! . ' F. N. WOLCOTT,
" UEWITr MES1CK.
Dated July StV;"S6. 7-10-lm
Eij;u t ion Notice.
The partnership heretofore cxlsttir unde
the film name en Dyar JE Baldwin, in thu
general nicrcuandii-e busineis. In lurabstocc
and Ueiioou. has been this dnv diolTd bv
mutual coasiMi?. j.r. tJyar retiriner. All
bill tnv-d llie firm tnut be paid to V. Vi.
Saltlnin, and all bills against the firm will
be paid by him. .
' AY. W. BALDWIN,
P. M. I)YAE,
mbstouc ,.July 12,1351!,
ESTATE OF DEUZtL WEBB. DECEASED.
The creditors of and all persons having
claims" aginstahe said named esla.e aie
hereliv uoiiiieu lo el.ibil their claims wi:ii
tlie iuee--i-aiy Vo'U-huis tnie. wtjbin J.n;i
mtiii'.l'S f.lieS Ifrsl p!ilii-ati" of thi- noonr
a; the el.:ic of Hern ia & Mi-Clure. In l;ei
ci'.j of '."ojf'bStsm, Cochise coiaiM. Terr:,
toiv of'i.iy.o:a. oi ili- same will ti .never
liaird. ' LSNUST O. ileCLUUE,
; Ail.:tiniKtial)r.
Tora'jJtnne, S'ptewbcr lt.. !3So.
Notice.
1-1 JII.L WHOM IT M.sT COXCKKN':
Whereas my former parteur Fritz Ger
hardt has" uiyter:ously disappeared frriia
his place ct bnsincis in Bisber, Cochi.e
Countys-S. 'i.. an peisons are ktreby noti-tii-d.tl)Jt
I will not lis 'responsible iorani
debts nkich be may contract.
llc-ii.r Dt;sci!r:i:.
3'sbce., Atlgas! -ttb. "."-sO.
, FoisSale Tho fixtures and trade
of 'ilio Eclipse Bskery; a'' the
Bakery t let. Api ly to J. M. Naws,
on th preniisKs. if
Suits well and thoroughly cleaned
fnr?l.o0b Harris tbo tail. r.Uothiu'j
block' S l'itf.
T'o Let Iloi!s of three n-oms,
with line garden fruit lire and yi.-.jie
vinos bearing, will bf lut lrnsmi.itiie
to a permanent" teuanl. Add 1 ess M
E. this cilice. .. if
K.Tlie Cottage Lodging House situa
ted on I'ifili street between JTeinmii
and S..ffnrd, next dour to Jihi'Ji1i
lloelllcr.-, conducted by Mrs. Mary
.Do.tlaao, ha just been thorou; li
ly cleaned and elegantly refurn
ished, in eveiy room. 1IU ami
c.l:l bat lis connected with thu liuuse.
Room? eu suite or ingle. Commer
cial traulers would do well to top at
this hoiiHc. Mrs. Mary DkIIaak.
. 1Q-I:3!it. riiiuinrr.
Dress-goods at S yards for ? 1.00,
splendid value. "IMace," Fifth
stjcet." ' ' " 0 27,f
A splendid line of men's Calif-irni.i
underclothes, at Bagg'i. R5-tf
mo PQB8QW
IN THE PASTRY
! 'bfvfs? f?3' "A '-Hr-f W1 C7
-i"r,--!:!ii.I.--t"s:,,-..,po, lr..;Ji:-ro'--'ri;Vr .
i-t-:Ji;s,"i'u:I.:iii ..,v--;,,its J i. C I..- line , . s
.-..I';.-us :tr Ct-Kll fruM tvlilch li,t J' in--..
mi sr:;i-Nfjr:i A$b inu. aixii'
i'LWOil TliSV STAND AL0M'.
ntAlt:3 It .Iff
Price Asking 'Powdar COr,
. ..icrso. 111. St. t-.i"3, ,v:-
L'r, Fiiis's Srssrd Bakins-Pc-'-i's:
--ts
jr. i?riei-"s Ln.iHn Ycnst Gem
V-est Dry Vi.nl.
" we jyjet ucv Hi's ai.'AfYj'!-'
Uljcr San S'edrn Komul-up.
CeiunieucinK :'t UothUc Stronghold, D.-1.
goon itiouutaiiis', Oetober 5lli, IbbG, frcii
there to Wllettlillc and San Pedro Ranch
on San Pedro Hirer, above Bcitsuu.up tho
rivi-r to Sonora line, across to Tcrranala,
thence arotiuc soulii end Huai-hura iuouc
Uins tu Brbactiiasri, down Brb.ii-uwarl to
inuulli of alley. .Mr. J.m:.s Yangn will
act througlioul as captaai of y.iiil rodero.
F. HEKRERA,
0 'JJ tf Sec'y I'.S. C A.
E)cclai-uliuu ol'fiolo 'i'l-mlcrslilp
TjIF. TERIinoKT OF AllIZOXA, I
CmsjsTr rorcuisi:. ,
' To whom It J'!-v fiiwuj
Know ye t' at o' -.lih dav of Septem
ber, A. 1). IX' 1 ..'r.-. Louise .S'unU, if of"
E. J.Jorr! U'at- t!- foHowiug itcclaratioa
lor tli j pu'pOM- u cariying 'jn am. liunaaet
ingbusini:. under my own iiainc a a sole
trader, to-u'u: That 1 intend to carry on in
my ou name and for my oivu u-e and bc-i-elil
the biii'.nt-ii of a wholesale and re.
tall butcher In meals in nil of its branches
a-, usually carrTe.l on -bj other persons in
the Tciiitury of Arizona, wnere 1 am now
rcMdinir. 'lliat my citizenship is iu tint
Coiintr of Cochise and Territory of Arizona,
and in said county I mlcnd to carry on the
business aforesaid. In witness wbereuf I
hcreiiiilo subM-rit'e my name, the day and
(.ate above written.
MRS. LOUISE NO KRIS.
Territory of Arizona, County of Co
chisc, On Ibis 'Oth day of September, A. D 18SG,
personally Appeared bcfoie me, Will A.
isasii. a notary puonc. iu ami :oriuc coun
ty of C ichise, Louise Norris, known to mo
lo be the person drseribed, mid who made
the foregoing dci-la.-atloii of her intention,
tu carry n lt-r business as therein staled,
who acknowledged to me lliat she executed
be same m elj and ro.uuiarily, and for the
um.s and purposes therein mentioned. In
witness whereof I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed .my official cal, the day
a: cl jcar iu tbii i eriilicate iirst'written.
Lskai.1 WILL A. NASH.
Notary Public
biimmons.
IN THE JUSTICE'S cCUR CF SECOND
Township, oj the County of Cochise,! ter
ritory "I Aiizon-i.
H A Rogers. PlaiulifT, ts Mrs Eemira
Coker, Defendant.
"1 he Territory of Arizona sends gieeting
lo Elmira L'okcr, delendalit.
Vuu are hereby riimmoued to appear be
fore me, at my oUiee in Benson, iu tlie couu
t) of Coehi.c. on the Hth day of October.
IMO, at 0 u'elock a m, iu an action brought;
agi.iu.-t j tin by said p.Uuitif', to answer tuc
coinpl.iiul of lbe above named plsinliil
Said action is brought lo iccover of you
tbesum ol Niiiei) dollars unil -jfly-lhc cauls
as mi account slaied, brtwecli juu and the
t:i in oi . Kugcr Uios., Ih-iiaou, Arizuii-atbr
gooi-K soid and drlhrred to juu at your in.
siaiice and it iut-st, n(I lor money -.uvauccd
its will more lully appear (in utaleiueiil tu "
tile li; ti.is otitic si Is it ii is made a part -t
tom-naili! by phiintiU', orjudxineni will he,"
liUen against t..ti for il.e s:.i auiolllil, lo--ellicr
Kill. co-Is of this suit if 3.111 fa' to
a-ipear -.nii auswer.
'iu -ll.e then if or any Con5!abl-i $f sold
ct-iii-ty, c'ingt
V.ak !t-xl srivice and due rcturN thereof
(ilicn under my baud this Si'.i day uf
Aliens!, U-iii.
RO.'iT. L MILLER.
A Justice ot tke I'c-ce for .tid To i.sr.ip.
J.CDEAI-x.
70s.
Tt.ititistoiie iintl Cncliisc Coitn-'y
Ornt-n . r UCi;i;.::.-rtL. Horn.-
NOTICE
To ihc Tiisr-vuycrx of
Cochise Con nltj, AJ:
The Territorial
and County taxes
for tlie current
year of 1888 are
due and payable
at the office of the
Treasurer and ex
officio Tax Collec
tor of said coun
ty, in the city of
Tombstone, and
must bo paid on
pr before the 3d
Monday in De
qejnber, 18 8 6.
ana on failure to
pay the same as
above provided,
a penalty of live
73GT cent will be
added thereto.
A. J. RiTTER.
j Trecsurer ana ex-i-mcio Tax
; Collector lor ) ocli ise Coun-r
j .ty Ariz in "TJerritorj.

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