TQMUSTON2 DAILI PKOSPEOTOK. FRIDAY EVENING. JANUARY 3, 1801.
t PUBUSHED EVERY EVENING e
v. ,, . I
ant iiauKUii .cacti-itu; 'flST
n Br Y I
jB SC BAGG. Editor and Proprietor. ,
Subscription It n Ira.
One Year 10 00
Six Months 6 Op
ThreeMonths 3 00
One Month. 1 OOi
Delivered by Carriers for 25 ceuUl
CITY AXD C0D5IT OFFICIAL
Fresh Ranch Batter lrom the ranch ol J
U tTUU atWolcott's Can Store. 3-7U
The cash on hand with which to
pay county indebtedness i 543,171.20.
A neat nest egg for the new adminis
tration to start off with.
The Yuma Times has just Issued a
New Year's edition which is filled
with -valuable reading matter upon the
resources and possibilities of Yuma
county. It cannot fail to do good
where eer it goes.
They are having a rich time in
Tucson. The democrats accuse Sny
der of having robbed himself and the
reDublicJins accuse the democratic
jailor of having re"
1 Verdugo and
who is ere re-
the other two prij
ported, to have
. Tuscon 60-
hese two inci
t known since
11 to that city.
f Mexico arc a
te Mexicans levy
for revenue only
st regard for the
in will hae upon
only this but each
.is exacts a duty up
from one state into
might be termed an
neree restriction act."
m o ly to products of
.v . ...f. .. m .
:"Ute the fallacy of
:ortjppos8 that a
. leinocuacross the
, this .-... v.
; man takes a b,
line from Sonera into CliihnSfeus- If
the lemons were raised in SonorAa
stiff duly would be paid upon them,
hiit if thev had been raided in the
United States and had paid a duty to
the Mexican government upon enter
ing Mexico no duty could there after
be charged for taking them from one
state to another. It is this evil which
hascaueed a. meeting of the governors
of all "Mexican states to be called at
the cityof Mexico next month, to con
sider the ad visibility of wiping out the
interstate duty clause of the Mexi
can tariff law.
"Tb OM Oakra Buckwt.
Th Inni-tKiund Ducket,
Tbo Uoa-eojcnd Bucket,"
te Terr Ukelr the one that his conveTed -
seas to your (rttem trcm otno old 'weu,
vtoH waters ear beom cooUmloate4
liuia tmwar. tiqIU, or peroolatloos from tbe
ofl. To rdieata the Dolanns from ti
fTfSem sad cars ycuTMif a apell of xcalailal.
9pbcsa or dumui zctct, isu o Kirp un
Wtt ithtzzm nd lnr.n In a healtbr asd
Ttrortra eorx!iaoa, e Dr. Pierces OoMea
XeaUeal. tlteoorerr. It arouaot att tt z-
Mmary oraana into icctuj. wwntcy .vu
t-mA miHMnr tliA xritem. freeing It from
-i.i KiRBMr cf blood-povtCD. no matter from
Trtat eauaa tbr fcv artaen. AStdlaeaaes
rfrtnattar from a torpid or dermnred Brer.
at from Icopuro blood. r!W to lu wpadertul
suAut. netlMTll reeulalea the atoso.
sea ana pow
'. na. aWTWeia, Berei-
fa. r"lmMW ' Wlifw mm ..'Mn
1"f TT" under IM is.
IMoorrrT Irtto 011
.i . .. !. udufau. aold frr druaevsta.
isider a potMn cma" otJU bana-
aster or water to eTerjMsaaa. or aioner paid
51 tor -m pe ttotsftlf Wwt
IIS. I'iUlUQK. t Wy"" ' I
roalo Uiarrkea. Uitbmami
all to Whom these Pies
fits May Come. Greet-
It has come
2th day of Decem-
1S90 N. H. Robin
son and John Bridger were
ruthlessly murdered near the
line between Mexico and Ari
zona, in the county or Cochise
this Territory, and
Whereas, It appears from
the evidences of reliable wit
nesses and the report of the
Coroner's inquest held upon
the bodies of said Robinson
and Bridger in the City of
Tombstone on the 15th day
of December i8go, 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 offer 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. Robinson
and John Bridger, or for satis
ory evidence that said mur
derersiuiye 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 shhll be
sufficient to satisfactorily prove
In witness whereof I have
hereunto set my hand an&
caused the Great Seal of the
Territory to be affixed.
Done at Phoenix the Capital
this 22d day of Dec, A. D.
Nathan O. Murphy,
By the Governor,
E, B. KlRTLAND, '
Uarklrn'n Arnica Malve.
1HE debt 3AI.VK mi tuo worm iuri
Cuts, Brnises. Sores. Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sorer, Cbapped Ilaodsf,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup.
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It U guaranteed to Rive
perfect satisfaction, or money refoud-
ed. Price 25 cents por7 box. Fcr iale
by Jt Yonjte. y
A rki-ktetaa'if ti
Ut A.aivapCl.DJ5t,f Q,
Ida, Ueh.t aasT "I pre.cri
oarcxxweumaticSyrap Jn rfyprsc
iice and nDheei(atiDIyeeiit'noaJ it
operates spon the Uver. klloeys end
bowels, dostroyirg the poiit'n in tbe
blood aad tissoes. It U a craod tonio
sad appetizer, and fora,dkd stom-
keb or dyapepsU baa ao-i-inalh" For
Tlie loard of superiors of Cochise
county will reicive scaled pruposaU
for iltlhcring at the couut jail at
Tomlxlone, two wholesome, rubstaii
tial mid 11 prcpar J mruls each d
for ech prisoner lOiifintd therein,
nitb tuitatle dUbe and appliances,
from Jan. 10th 1S91, to Jan. 10th,
Also proposals for burying the indi
gent dead, from Jan. 10, 1S91 to Jan
10, 1S92, in the public cemetery at
Tombstone. Bodies to be decently
prepared for burial, in plain coffins
und in grave to be not less than the
feet in depth and to be suitably
marked with the name and age of de
ceased, when obtained.
Also for conveying insane persons
to the territorial insane asylum at
Pfcenix from Jan. 10, lb91 to Jan. 10.
Also for delivering in the wood yard
at the court house, ten cords dry,
black oak and three cords dry juniper
Also proposals for publishing in a
newspaper published in Cochise coun
ty all advertisements ordered by the
board from Jan. 10, lS9i to Jan. 10,
1S92. Proposals muit specify tiie
rates per inch in bourgeois tpe for
each insertion in each or either a dail)
or weekly paper.
Also for publishing the delinquent
tax list of 1S90, specifying price per
nch in solid nonpareil typle.
Also for job printing, to consist of
eheet blanks, sheet blanks and
whole sheet blanks, including backing
of same. Bidders will specify the
price per 1,000 and 500 of each kind,
on flat cap paper weighing fuurieen
pounds per ream, from Jan. 10, 1S91
to Jan. 10, IS92.
Also for publishing"the minutes of
the- board from Jan. 10, 1891 to Jan.
10, 1892 in each or either a daily or
Also for the care of the inJigent
eick from Jan. 10, 1891 to Jan. 10,
Also for supplying stationery x
the various county offices from Jan.
10, 1S91 to Jan. 10, 1S92.
Prodok must be accompanied by
a stitficiput bond in the sum of $500
with two sureties conditioned that the
bidder will enter into a contract spJ
bond for the faithful performance
thereof within lite days after the ac
ceptance of his bid.
Proposals must be presented to the
board before 10 o'clock a. m. Jan. 5tli,
The envelope containing proposals
must be indorsed slating the kind of
supplies or services for which the pro
posal is made.
B. S. COFFMAN,
Fred Castle. Clerk.
k To all persons having claims against
the County of Cochise. Youarebere
bvnotified that to have your bills
prbmpQy paid for the present month
it nill be necessary to have them filed
tf Clerk Board oi Surviiors.
GramlOCecktie Sale at
B(STAXZA CASH STORE,
0ne Hundred Dozen of Xeck-
lies AH SUk -front and Satin
bicked "wiu pafeat fasteners
U.,l,. ; r tt-iALiT nd the said creditors whj, con
."u. w ,..iiv ij..iy9iiu!. lHseritUriach
Sl.0 Will be y f
Frmr tjs onlv will be sold
to anvone purchaser: Sale to
commence at once- Call Early
anrtget Yonr Choice-. 10 2w
IIo! Vr IlUberl!
lb A. Engle is now running a fast
two-horse rig between Tombstone nd
Bisbee. leaving Tombstone at 7:30 a.
m. Jfondays, Wedneslays and Fridays
and Bisbee on alternate days, at same
hour. Orders for passage or freight
to be left at store of Geo. H. Fitts
Tombstone. Office at Bisbee at
CAKiUES U S iAIL AND WELLS, FARGO & CD'S EXPUKFS
Far to or troxn. 'WsljjoIoslxl. $150.
Leaves Tombstone at 8:15 a
Arrives in lorrbstone 12:00 a. m.
Leaves Tombstone at 1:15
points East rni West.
BAGGAGE oj Passengers
IN the district court, first ju
dicial district of the territory of
Arizona in and for the county of
BANK OF TOMBSTONE.
GEORGE WESTINGHOI7SE, 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
pluint tiled in the said county of
Cochie in the office of clerk of
sdid district court.
The Territory of Arizona sends
greeting, to George. Westinghouse,
You are hereby required to ap
psar in an action brought against
you by the above named plaintiff,
in the district court of the first ju
dicial district of the territory of
Arizona, in and for the county of
Cochise, and to answer the com
plaint tiled therein, ithin ten days
(exclusive of the day of service)
after the service on vou of this
butmnons, (if served in this conntv
or if served out of this countv , but
in this district, within twenty days
otherwise within Unity days), 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 w th in
terest and cost of suit.
Given under mv hand and the
seal of the district court of the fin
judicial district of the territory of
Arizona in and for the county of
Cochise, this 2d day of Decem
ber in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and ninety
(Seal.) A. H. Emanuel,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In compliance with Title III enti
led "Assignments for benefit of cred
hors" Jtevised Statutes of Arizona,
nnticr is hereby given that m. Kieka
lately d-,-.ng business in the Citv of
Tombstone Arizona on, the nineteenth
day of Decml er, A. D. 1600 matlo an
assignment ot all Ids nroDertv both
real and personal to Charles Grant rile
Johnston for the benefit of the cred-
atsienroent, are hcrsbr
notified to make known their conmnlfcr - . .
in writing within four months of'TTitlACO UellVered
date hereof, and to file a distinct state
ment of tho particular nature and the
amount of his or their claim against
the said m. Kieke, duly venned
within sir months of the date hereof,
with the said Charles Granville John
ston at his office in the cityof Tomb
Dated this 20th day of Dcember,
Chicles Gba.vvii.le Joii.vtto.i,
1I! tor Tnrqavlii.
Tbe Braly and Kemp line Icstci
Tombstone at 2 o'clock p. ni. Tues
days and Friday. J.eave Tnrquois at
7 o'clock a. m. on same days. Fare
32. Bound trip. $3. Office at
TitAlth ' ilTAT I JV.
Mail & Stage Co
to connect with Trains for
m. for Fairbink to connect
delivered, to and from Stage office in the cUy Brit
TOBACCO A.U ClAH.
A. COHN & BROS.
Allen Street Near Fifth.
Imported and Domestic Cigar and
BENSON, - Arizona.
Rooms En-Suite and Single, Special Attention -
Rates Reasonable. Only rote tnT&eFTaCjT
A. A. CASTANEDA. Proprietor
J M CASTANEDA. Manaoer
Allen Mtrret. between Stb nnil Olli.
I have a Large and
Bolognas, Lard, Pork Sausage,
Head Clieese, Corned Beef,
Eastern Pickled Pork,
Tripe and Pig's Feet
Highest Cash Price paid for Choice Beef,
Pork and Mutton and
"HIIKIll lHlinpTl,y flLI.Ktl
nP TIIE'ITV VHKK OK I'lUKUK
IT. K LEA,
S-Sole Agent for Caa.
uixt-g jStfi er.
lresh Oysters Delivered to
Rogales. Bisbee and all points
with trains at Benson for aL
and Fancy Notions.
A CAT,Tsp3 muL
IIAJI AMI HACO'V.
'Well Assorted Stock of
Game rd Poultry.
T A! f-AKT
"ifcank at ONE CENT
ard tire Cars
urt oftlie country
hrl V... -5a T
Linggdorf'a store. 9-22-tf.
stable of Hare & Pase,"
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