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PROFESSIONAL CARDS..
J&ttoraesrsaxf Councelor at JLatr
SFFICsV: ltC Sid eft Jfburth street to
waeASVaar rtf loujkiut stroeta-.
Dft. K. P.- RTTDE
D3SNTIST.
Qmcm Corner Fourth indl Pracioxt ttreott
Viraabtlone-. atriaon
KM. WAXNCKRO&.
D2STI3T.
aTr-ensontetrreV rtowEfHivrOTta1 estractv-r
ansa), SUedl T1 work warranto.
nZWHNC Jb HERRING.
JTIWRSET AND COCNSELLORAT LAW
OfrlCaT-Teuehnut SWietv between Third:
anatgouTtt at Tom'hstont.,AV. T. jB-3tf
Frank 0. Earle,
. Assay Office
JHrTJ'-
CHEMIGiL LABORATORY
ENGLffSLH
SI K-r7 H.reei, Sa Fran else.
Tferveut Debility, SrtaiLa VYeakn-tt, Ex
hausted vitality, aVermatorrhoia, LOS1
MANHOOD. Ianaoteaey, Paralys-it. Protta
terrhcea en ll the ternSe eferts of elf
aaate, tod excrto is raitartr jean. auch n
est ef Memory, xjettitctde. Nocturnal
Xattatioat, aversion to tociely, Dimness of
TwiM.Kniirt la the Head, Ibe vital fluid
ntssiag anehterTed is Ike nrlse. tad many
;ktr aiMate that lead U iaaaalty sad
"U' TOUNGMEX
Snf erias; from any of the above ijnploni
should ceatttlt u at once. The drain can
ka stovaed, vitality restored, ana life be
aid gtia pleatare Inttead of a harden.
There are maay
MIDDLE AGED MEN
Who art tmnk'ed with too frequeat evtrna
fin of tlia bladder, eflra accumpanied by a
tlirht tasarliag or buraing leaiatiun, and a
weakening of tke system ia a manner they
an sot account for;"repj sediment io the
ariaa, ate. Manydineftb.it diftculty, Ig
aoraat of tka cause, which ia tba iceoad
is'ge of seminal weakness.
CCTSM GvaSASTIlD IS ALL SCC Cltll.
UO3U'LTATON FREE. Thorough ex
attlnt'.iea and advice, including chemical
aalytia and saicrotcenieexaninalionof tke
arise. $1. Aa koaett opinion given ia
very can.
Tho follewlagntedlcinet supplied at tha
arlce a'saiecr
SIR A l LET COOPER VITAL RESTOR
ATIVE, (S a bottle, or four tinea tke quaa
titr. 110 Oaaepla kottlo free.
eat to any oao applying by latter, stating
eyataaisa. aez ad ago. Slrict aecreay in
ragaid to all baaiaeaa traaaaclinna.
The ealakrated Kidney Remedy, NEPII
MTlCL'M.fer all kiada Kidiey and Blad
4ki Complaints, Gonorrhoea. Gleet, Leucoi
rbees, etc Toraalebyall druffiata; ft a
battle, or 6 bottlea Tor $5.
The English DANDELION LIVER AND
DTS PERSIA PILL ia the beet ia the market.
Tor tale by all ruggitts; price, W ;eats a
kettle.
Addreaa.
ENGLISH MEDICAL DLTESSART.
Ko. 11 Kearney atreat, San Franciaco, Cal.
TOOTSTONE
FOUND E, Y .
AXD
MACHINE SHOP.
McAllister Jt McCc, Preps.
ALL EIXIX Or MILL AND MINING HA
eklaery Beary ana Light Caitinja at Iras
and Jiraaa a.ada ta order oc short notice, btampa
I'm.. Eattlera. ftetorta. Caeva. Can. KkeeU,
Ba'tlncTanka.o'.c., fron :ateat Oairna. Ptirta-
klc Boiatlac nin. t-xtawp rroipectora'
M Ilia maaa io -raer. Sereecaof all deacrlptiona
'mnnched or lotted KLinea Indlcatea xai ad
Jaaud. Azau foi Albany Labricating com
unnda. tlrlindar. fit.Jnd e and Valra Oila.
Woaiinekonae Autojaitic Enelnea fron t to 500
sotao pwara ua ail ciaa im ut utaiiic h.
Jaaauynaa.
Janes P.. XeaYUUtai Manager.
O. K. CORRAL
livery and Feed
AUfB Street, ketweeji ITiird and toarth
AAMsiEKr stock: .wjllcakep for
. A rood tarietT of Breltw. Carriaires and
' tacona, with teania to snatch. ElerenS
asaeafer excursion touen.uiuuie lor pic
jalca or other partie. Oraensvsent by mall
r.ttlerraBU. for outfit will be oranptly at.
loaded U. !
jlphn Montgomery,
(PROnSIITOR.
PATENTS.
LABELS, TRADE 31 AUKS, COPY
RIGaTS,.I)5SIGKb.
.FJiNKLWllL EOUGrH,
CilUKSKLLQE JLT LAW
jAXD 8eJLCT0X OF AMtEiGAX
Fotmisx .Patextk.
SS:F aspect. If.
v-Kawr -.United Ststtofl Patent JSce,
Washtneton. U. U.
JBriient
jSTotoL rho ocij hrat-clait hotel ia
Totatatoaa. Bituatod oa tke !arprr ol
iJ"ourth tai.JUieaetseeta. .Eaueoaeiy
.Zzifnhked Utrr5idS.t,.ai 6 ,li mcd.
,ru npruaeaU. Txareieia -are reooa
.aaantel to stop at tbis bouse, ftirate
.Tooana far commercial Ajarotfrc, at
Sasx of tkieboaso ia lomiftbed iritQ tm
jirored b411 aval tablet aatd . catrti - ropm s
,aad Is ilookodATUh tha ueat prt..ia.W
.-wiaaa, Kquon aard cigars.
-CAPiTAL PRZZ, S75,CC0-S3
Tickets onJy SS. Shres In propor
tion k.
Louisiana State Lottery Company-
"Te do hereby certify that we aupcrTif
the arrangement for all the. Monthly and
Quarterly Drnwlnsa of The Louuisna
i:-le Lottery Company, and ii. prraon mn.
ate and control ths- llMwin;a Vfaemeclrr.,
and that the aamc are conducted vtlth li'in
ety. fairness, and ia' ffood faith towaid all
BartSesi and' we actionize the Company to
me this certifixatr,.wiSu faa wtuik-a a' our
ixnaturea attached, m its ad"tertUeracntn. "
CotiLnisiicKicr,
We, the unJaraicned Banks and 3iwiterj
will Day all Prizes-1 rano in the I.uuisi.ina
State Lotlarita" whinhr raay be presumed at
our counters.
3. IS. OGI.IiSBiV, Pre. LacUi
a mix National Itaaak.
J. W. KII.IIKK TH, Pi-es. Slaate
.Vaitioaiial ItuatU.
A. BAI.IWIf, Pre, fe Or
teaus riatlonal Itaistlc
Incorporated In 1665 for 25 years by tha
Legislature for Educational and Charitable
purposea with a capital of J1.000.0PO ti
which a n-serTC fund of orar ISSO.OTO ha
aloce kern added.
By an orcrwhelmln- popular Tela It.
fraachi.e waa made apart of the ,.nKiit
State CoBHitutioa adiytai Dcenber d.
A. D., 18T9.
Thronly Lotte-ry tr Toledo and en
doraed by tke ptooi; of aay State.
It nerer scalt or votpone.
ta Grand Kinsrie Sumlicr
Urawinn will take place moathly, and
the Extriardinarr Kramnjs
recnlarly eTery three aioaths, instead of
aeml annuslfy as heretoforr.
A SPIK.MJIO OPPORTUNI
TY TO WIS A i'OltTU.M:.
ELEVENTH GRAND DUA WING. CLASS I
IN THE ACAUEMT 01 MUSIC. NEW
OKLEANS, 1 UESDAY. .oTomber Olta,
latau ivatb Mnulbly uramae.
Capital Prize, $75,000
IC).9e TIcLcota at Fire IIlara
Eack. Fractloaa. Ia Fifth. Ia
Praportta.
xjit ty raitis.
1 CAPITAL PRIZiC 7.S.OO0
1 do do M.O00
I do do 10.900
PRIZES OF $.0(Q 12.0CO
t do 1.000 10.000
IS do 1.W0 10.000
SO do M0 10.000
100 do W S0.00II
Z0 do luO S0.O0O
00 do SO S5.C0O
low do -a i5,0Jo
ArrnoiiMATiox rimi.
t Approximation Frlr.ea of $750....
t do do WO....
do do ISO....
6,750
4.500
S.25U
19S7 Prirea, amounti-if to.
.$265,500
Application for ratei to clubs should ha
made only to offlce of the Company in Nw
Urleans.
For further information write clearly, fir
inr full aeMreae. I'OSTAL NOTES, Exvrera
Money Oidera, or New Turk Exchange ia
ordinary letter. Currency by Express (at
oar expeatej naaressea
M. A, DAUPHIN",
Xcv Orlenns, L.U.
or M. A. DAU.'HIX,
WashinKtort, D. C.
ifakc P. 0. Honey Orders payable
and address .Registered Letters to
New Orleans National Bank,
Now Orlcani, La.
FRENCH LAUNDRY!
(Sixth St. Bet. Allen and Fremont.)
Labarthe & Co., Proprietors.
Firtt-claat. Wathitig and Ironinj at
KoatonatJe Katet.
Only- tlie matt experienced French
laandrstsei etnployeet.
All Work Guaranteed. All or?t-t
promptly attended to.
aotu:e to LreUilui-.
ESTATE OF BENJ. TBEBELCUCK, DE
ceaed. The creditois of, and all persons
hating claims against the taid-naraed estate,
ar-j hereby notified to exhibit their claims,
with tke necessary Toucliers, to me within
four months' after the first publication ol
this notice, at my office, la theeityof Tomb,
stone. County of Cochise, Territory of Ad.
zona, or the saao will be forever oarred.
Dated, TpmbaUnai .May 7th.
W. II. JENKINS.
Admitiutrjtnr.
rU.ISj"lS3-IlMGr'S
Blacks.mith Shop.
Allen St., Boxt. Tfaird and Four tb
Nextatooj to Che Daily Tom be tone.
JAMES DUNNIJvP ,PKOP.
HonBeainseing' a Special y
Bjr Dunning 4he BOSS ,HQRE-
SHOERin town.
G'.re me a trial.
Kajtice.
From and after thus Jae, I will not be re
aponalMa . (or any bills eoutraeted by tnc!
rt'W. W..BALI)WI;
jftfMoa KoTemker J. 16.
PIVTFOIEM OF PKISCIPt.Ul
AdoHccLby the KeuuJiiican Tor
ritorial Con.vention Held
in Tucson September
2i"th, 1S8G.
The Bliguhlicaa party of the Terrltory'of
Arizona, in contention assembled,, reaffirms
its I'cTotion to tuose rand primiulrs of
oTeruiornt which hare alevaled our nrtion
to itspreseiit exulted posiMon.
We renew our ft-nlty to that party whirh
p'recerrcd us as a nation estabhshed equal
ity before tho law, built up all the great
industries whioh haTe added wealth to uur
exchequer and honor to the American
name, and maintained the national suprem
acy en land and sea.
W e point with pride to the record of Ike
Sfl ,Hi:an party, a parti which. seized tbe
e ' coYiTuraent wheu tha nation was
in mo throes of politicl dissolution, which
restored the national authority and rebuilt
with herculean enersy the national eredi .
We point, with pride to the fact that tke lie
publican party upun lU accession to power
reicited the goTcrnment of the nation in
distracted condition, tora.uy dUsciisions ana
a prey to conspiracies and fsflious, that at
the end of VSyiaxs it turned eter the tor
ernment toils Democratic successors with
lhe'uld SUz 'tUJ there," nut a star dimmcu
nur a stripe eis-sed, with the Union restored
ard tiuani-ial ciedU unim.alred. an orer
flowint: Ucasury and the public ctedil
higher than thai of any nation on eartn,
with eanfidcrcc in our ability lully rc. tared
the uatiunal eacutcheon untarnished and
the American tame theaynunjm l patriotic
Tirtue.
We condemn the sdniainratlon ef Grorer
Cle xeland as beme false to its pladgra, and
hypucruUaJ. ia Us- dealings. It has failed to
keep IU sailed pledge, of cutl serTice re
forto. and upon which lk President seemed
bis election; ilhaa been false to it Irionds,
its enemies, and ful.a to itself; it h.s dis.
graced the ationul name by the character
of its appointees in the riploraatie terfce,
and has disturbed tbu friendly relations
heretofore existing between Ibe United
States and scleral foreign goTCtaaenta,
notably with .Mexico, our sitter republic.
It has appointed lneu to ofhec far political
subiartwncy and remued sorthy oflicials
whose records haie shed luitio ui'oo the
gOTernaeat they to faithfully serrrd It
uat iatuld tke patriotic feeling ( tke peo.
ale by its action on tha )eatlon taws and
oy iU ajslcmal.c eff-rt to b-little the
yalr.otlc seriieas of our raid ers and sea
men; it has shown an utter disrgard for the
wants el the people and by its Tacilla'.ing
and cowaidly policy kaa failed to proride
thuse law. waich the ULiiersal Toica ef the
pcOle dt-mal.ai.
That while tee Democratic platform of
1884, lauded the soldiers and sailors of the
lal war, and while taid Demoiralie part)
prolcssed to appirciate those patriotic s- r.
Ticca, hc Democratic President elected up.
oa said plaiierta, truo to Demucialic Uuplic
lty, baa perairlently labored to nullify in
praUice the patriotic theories adrauc.i ia
aid platform.
We also iccerd our tamest protest against
tea reraoral of Union saldtrrj and reputa
ble Republicaut from office tlnplj to ajake
roora fur partisan civilians and ex.voa:eder.
ates.
ttabelicTa in a judicious tariff law that
will alike piotect th lah-rerand the man.
ufactirer; pretccti-n to the American Tolei :
protection to tke Aaicrican tax-pajc; pie
tcction to American commerce and ship
building, and lait, bat not least, protection
to Amencan viliz.na at home or abroad, oa
the high aeas or ia auy lorcicn l.nd.
Reso'Tcd, That all citizens of tke United
States aie political equals and equally ca.
titled to the prottfCtio.i of ila laws; that we
are unalterably opposed ta the immigration
of all persons not in sympathy with oui-institutions
and inimical to tur political
ay item.
Redolred, That the dignity ol labor should
be maintained atd that the immigration of
Cooliea to compete with tae intelligent
whito laborers ef our land is degrading tu
their aiaahood and a blot upon the civiliza
tion of the age. Wr. therelvra demand the
repeal of tha Burlingtme Treaty.
Kesolred, That the action of thi praient
administration upon the alirer quention is
destructive of one ol the greatest industries
of the land; and tbo attitude rf the Presi
dent in his grorelling aubjertienry to the
I dictates of TT ail a;reei, is a diegraccful,ci.ra-
ineatary upon
and axecu ire i;
Dcoiocialie iudependmce
:nliy.
Keivlied, Thai we condina in unmeas
ured terms the aetion ui tne Democratic
congress in lefusing to adaiil Dakota as a
state; that such actiuu it in plaia liulation
of the spirit and letter of the i-onstitution.
aa outrage upon constitutional freedom acd
subversive of the righU of the people.
Jietolved, Teat we a ro in favor of a rare
ful and judicious investigation of the public
land ayalem, to the end that actual setlleia
may be protected in their rights, spurious
land grants exposed and honest holders of
titles may be defended in their efinrta to
improve Ibe public domais.
Resolved, That we are io favor of pen
sions to all soldiers who hare fought Ie thi
armies of our country, whether ie the Mex
ican wnr or for the Uniaa.
Resolved, Ikat we are in aror of increas
ing the associate justices of the 'territory.
Resolved, That the sweeping removal of
tka judges of territory by President Cleve
land was an vbute or power, a vjulitiv of
law, and a disgraceful exercise al political
power.
Resolved. That General Milts is entitled
to our wannest rratltude and respect for
his sterling eUortt to subdue tho Apachet,
and the magnificent success of his aicuious
campaign is but the result of that .calm
judgment and military skill which arc
characteristic of the true soldier; that Capt.
Lawton, Lieut. GaXcwucd and their gallant
command, through whose uatlring efforts
ike Apaihe war was brought to a auiecesaful
termination, have displayed a cWiism and
I ret,litzi'alinhleh stasp Uvcm .ts jnodal
f nlj.ai. .taf J-.r-rjn.a ili.ia .n,d 4-jraju lav.
, -j,
rfuty, and entitles them to osir eternal grati
tude. Kesolrofl, That the Society of Arizona
DIuneerx is et.tit ej tu tile chief credit fur
agitating: the Italian. qjictJion until the
goTcrtimunt- was cmupellridi ti avituiaice in
the uiiwiral ileelio of tflr ijeut'ln-of Iti
s,iOii-r.a-trtr:rc.-ss dithrunrh aul muirlj.
Uiut sur til, are Itrrolii exjt.mleii' to. tht
Society of I'iuimf i.-fr.r the em-igy and er
aittencc rihich. hoi ii. cu'u peaiclu oi.r.
territorj.
Kesolred, That wc aie in faior al the ip
potntiiircl i"'f federal olUrcra from the reai.
d tints-o I the tenituro ; nndi tbat,w; carneitl
urge. Ihe-iiaHage-iif a law by, co.igrrs whict
tha'.l peimil delegates tp Mile and hare
equal power with mi'inhera. it congrexs
from states, and thai tk tcrrit nil ofiVrtrj
shall-Ln rlcctrd by the people
RcsolMcd, That thi. courrntion delarirs
its unqu:illlird appp T.il o! thu lite Itepub.
lican admiiiiitrallon in Arz-jLa, it
Igreaeirr AJul bcnrh'i ial li.Quunce uj on the
jadrani-einrnt. of. the territory, its, irrrdoru
jfrom. mms and riaslisas. ab.au .t power,
and,!iur Jfoi'i'Vt UVral sjand likru i
upon :U1 uiait.st of pubjic interests
Resolved That the 11 pulilii-aiis of A,r
zona unrrMncd i c '.'enin the i'-ursr pur-
atd by (i Ten or Zjilii W in. altarUing the
nainr and cred.lul .l. territory hy
couliniied ai.d atudud. Uaiwr.r,etr!i!.ili( ws
for partiaax ui . a.
ii'e barge buu niih. having a'ai.dered Hie
citizens of Arizoca, in oUicial i ruclainations
and with faintly claiming credit for reaulta
accomplished Tithaiu his help or inttru.
mi ntajjtj.
"tSe charge hint w,ith ta. arbitrary and
partisan, tu.e ol powerk in bit efforts to
remaie without cause or wit.hor.ity of law
able pcblh: leiT'.nls who are faithful to the
trusts lrapoted. upon them aud who com
maud the. respect and contld.cn.ee of the
pecple of tli! Triritory.
We charge tha administration of Governor
Zulick. with being ni.no w and parti(aq.iu its
cllatts aud purpoars, tending ta prostitute
public officials la party arbemes In thd
organization of partisan sf-n d )iirica under
the lalucuio of pari.i M.anipu.ali.s at great
expense and wuuout bei.clici.1 remits.
Kcjolicu, 'lUat the I.e. u 'Ucana of Art
zona commend Ike action ui tne appointees
at the late Republican Ailruioiviatlon in
uaJSiainiag tbcir rigius io remain in cmce
until tve legal exiuratioa ot tbir terms,
aueV ipplote their a.eacitakl letlly to the
Repubinar. ptity and UeAr reUtaucu to
lbs arbitrary and illegal assuBption ol
power by Udieunur Zuuck.
Notice) oiForicit(Ave.
TO PEXEK BONDE AN.D BENJ. J MARKS
Tou ate hereby nolitjcd that I have ex
pended the sum cl (jft.OQUJ unr tLousana
dollars currency of in Onileu atatia, in
labor aud inip.cvrti.euu upon Ike Nellie
Jamea ad Baliaaa lodes or mining claims,
.ilualrd ia Mitlei'a Cunyon.Uuachuca noua.
tains, wucnif county, 'territory of Arizona,
in oraer to uoiu ilia laid loues or mmiHg
claiuia lor the years ending lirci-uber Slat,
ISbl; 132; 15oo; l'o4 -i.j lKt-5, mater tke
prutiaioup oi .ertiun Ketued Statutes
ol Ike Ln.UU Slates, to wit; For ; latior ana
im'iiotciueuls upon lue saia cUim tor the
year eutliug December oU.t, 1231, one huu
ared dollais eaih; forihc tear ending Dc
cc inter 31, 1S6-, oat bundled collar each;
.ol tae jeal ending DrciUibcr SI, U&U, olo
iiundrca dollaia c.ck; lt.r tae )ear ending
Uereiaber 'ii, 15M. oat huaoird uullars
each; for the a em et.rling i)e'-enihei 3t,
15m, olo htindreU aol'a eai h lutal lor
the tive tears, Ike utu ol a I.CajOj una tbou
saud dollars,
'ttc Ioctt.cn noticer ol lar Said claina
being rtvwlCrd as (oluins;
Nellie, James mm ug tiairc, la book 4,
pages Ul'i and '21'4
t.una. niiu.ag claim, la book 4, pages
J:3 and ;'14.
In the records of Cochue county, Terrl
ory of Arizona, trausenbed Iiod ibe Pima
ouuty reiords.
And if within ninety (SO) days after this
notice by publication, you fail or ruluae tu
contribute, eai h of you, jour prepuitiou ol
tuck cxi enditurc, as cv-uhucis, jour inter
eat in the said lodes or mining Uaims will
become the properly of the UKdcibigned
under said eclioa 'J&4.
H. il. nOLLENSTlEN.
Chaileatin, Cochlea Co., A. i., Jniy-.t, ItSi
To Creditors.
IN THE COUNTT COURT OF 1 Hi
Couuly of Cochioe, lerritery ot Anzoaa.
in me mailer ui nic ajfpiica.iuu o,
Kodcrlck F. llaffoid, and molti-nt debtor
to be discharged from his tlotls and llabtl
i.iea. Tho pctitinn, schedule and inventory of
I'odcrick F. liall'ord, the above named peti
tioner, having been reccitcd and. filed here
in, it is hereby ordcrc'J that the oald peti
tioner be, and he hereby if, declared in.ol
vent and the Sheriff of the county of Co
chUe. is hereby directed to take possession
of all tha estate, real and personal of said
petitioner, except anch as muy by law be
cxenapt from execution; and ol all his deeds
vouchcia, hooka of account and papers; and
t'3 keep the same ftafcly until the appoint
ment of au assignee. It is further ordered
Hint all persons ate forbidden tu inahu pay
meut of any debts to ur tp fit liter any
property belongitg to auch lirbtur In him,
or for his use, and .aid petitioner is forbid,
den to make any trun.lcr of hie property or
any portion thereof.
It if fuithcr ordered Hist the creditor; of
pclitiocer meet al the ollice of the Clerk of
this Court at the Court House in the city of
Tombstone, upon the v-d day of October, I
.BM, at 10 n'clccK a, u. lit pro io tjjelr tleblt
aau caooae one or mere a.-aignect ot thd
eflate ol e jtjoner. It is lunher ordered
li.al the clerk "l this Court shall imme
diately puWn.fi a copy of this order in Tjie
Da i LI iliMO t, a nawrpaper hating a
general cutuiaiioii, aad publisncd al tke
ciiy of 'louabatone, iu tl.o couuly of Co
ciua.as alien as aal' newrpaprr is priulid
beloie tiie luectlug ul tne said creditors,
anu said clerk shall serve lorlhwith a copy
ol thia older by Lliilca States mail, postagu
prepaid or peroonally, oa all creditors
named in the annexed aclicduie.
Dated Sept. Ik, 1S!K.
WEJSTEB BTBEET,
J-JOtf Couaty Judgo
RalC
At .the Pony Suloon and take a
drink oi that fino old Mertntnge
Bourbon W, 11. McBrayer Bourbou,
or some of that elegant old Hermit
age aad .Guckenheimcr Rye, juat
anleed perfectl pure. . 'acst
imraortcd bKuidius, v...r anu cifcSK,
to bo fottud in the Territory. St.
Louis J,ner Bceron draught. Enj
Iili AJe and .Porter ahvays on hand.
Free. jjUjUtfh jvery dy. Come all and
owwe (oibon. fljuytjr CAarBiu,
5-23li i'ronrietor.
ae.
ROGBKS BKOS., BENSON,. AKIZaONA
SuLE AGENT FOR BCNSON AND VICINITY FOR
T
HE ABOVE -vTILL-KXO'N BRAND HAS BEIK ANAXZJ W TBI MO
Emminent Ckemhts, nd Pronewictd. hy ALL to j
F-e ft-am a,y Adalteratloa.a
aaa4.iTw'
a-XTW
Benson, A. T.y
Pealars In
Generl Merchandise & Foi wardens
Alio Agent for Cutting Picking Company, Jrarik Falh'i llil'fvkee Saet
thn elokra.terl StusVuaknr Tgon and lleattquartara
or B.rhed Wirr, :c. Etc.
A. COHEN & BROS.
ALLEN STREET NEAR FIFTH.
imported and Domestic Cigars an
PIPES, gicCIUS' i.Tlli i:S AND FANC1 NOTIONS,
ilivc Tham a CrIj
Cor. IT'iliJi iniicl
xy Via' " i J
jiEALER IN
1IINEKS' AND RANCHERS' SUPrLIK8 A 5rCJAJ.TY.
AGEKT FOli IMrSOVED AGRICULTURAL JMPLEMEK
And the celebrated
TURBINE WIND-MILLS, TENTS, WAGON COVERS, BUCKIY
FORCE-PUMPS.
fflFresh Gsirdon. Flower and
A
Kaviiigr pucliasccl the Kollinxr Stock and FJorses 01
J,C iimta, also makintr many jiclditioiial p"uchasc, J
.im ajow pepa ed to ofle to tho TomliStope laiLLc tj:3
Finest Turn-outs
Ever 33iozsg-l!t to l5io Territory
and on Keasonable Terms.
Transient and Boarding Animal
Carefully Cared For,
k.llen St., bet., 3d and 4rth,
A. T. Jones, - Proprietor,
Arizona Mail
Tombstone,!
Stigi tw Fairbank. connecting or eastern and jvet-tern bound trains on Foothara
railroad leaves at 9:15 o'clock a. in Stage leaves Fairi-aok upon arrival of Sana
and leaves Tombstone to connect tilth train to Snnora at 1 o'clock d. ns.
Stage ler Fairbank iiy war o jCurJetton,leaTrs Tofiabsto.iw j. ? o'c . fa.t aaei
turos upon arntai oi treason traui,
81ge for Bisbee leavais every jnarBlng a o'clock,exc2pt Gunflay.
6 o Mien .St Under Occidental Hotel
fiOBT, Crqucpi, Propjf.tor,
Xi'einoiit: Street:5
Vsa ssa smk
sokai Szav7
Field Seeds; constantly on haad.
aoie&.
and Mage Line
Arizona
la
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