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DXMjY EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA, SUNDAY JANUARY 2, 1886.
i A Visit IVom Captain Kidd. In an iiltwtratcd article on Gardiner's Ibn 1 'n t1' noonib"'' Onwry. George lir.orwL,.i!l.r.p wntts n ioiiows i panl'tv: an un" ted viit from tho uoiorlutuip-riitf: "Lnnl John (inrdinor on Junn pviiinj: observed :i mysterious sloop with six srunn r dim; at anchor oflf tho Mt'iitl. It w:w Kuld'n last wvi-i,th Autimin. Thl Lord John was a lurjre. heart) man, whalivi.il gent-roii-dy, was 'olovcV to tho Indians nnd Rqunws, and had ro nweh ability in iiihura that, al though ho married four times and spent a groat deal ol money, hit portioned off his daughters handsomely and left a 'Jnrjroestato at his death? Ho was"not a er-on to bn seared by a mysterious armed sloop; so, after sho had lain in sight two days without niakinp; any sirn, hn put oli'in a boat, to board her and inipilro what she, wai. As ho came up over the plde.Captuiii Kidd till then iml.nmvn to him received him with tho traditional politeness of a thriving des perado, ami asked after tho health of iilnt-eK and family. Then, in answer to Lord John's inquiries, ho said that hi' was on his way to Lord Bollomont at Iloston: would Gardiner do him tho favor to carry two negro boys and ono ' tr.rl ashore, to bo kept there until he ro tui nod or sent an order for them? Gar diner consonted, and went back to tho island. Tho next morning Ridd re sumpd intercourse by sending ashore a request that Gardiner should como on iKvird at once, and bring six sheep with h'm. Tills was rather forcing the ac qua:ntanee,Gnrdincr may have thought; but he complied. Thereupon Kidd promptly ripened acquaintance into in- tiinacy, "and asked him if he could spare a hirrcl of cider. Lord John once more proved neighborly, and found that v he wyhl spare tho cider, sending two of his men ashore to fetch it. Yhile wulting for their return, Kidd got out from his cargo, two 'pieces' of damaged I'cngal muslin, a raro and valued fabr'oin its pristine state which ho put into n bag and requested Gardiner to !ako as a presont to his wife. It is likely enough that tho captain, seeing In hearty Lord John a capacity for such th.ngs, produced somo of his fifty-shilling rum, or three-hundrcd-pound Ma dura to bo tated. Something, at any rate. warmed him up to increased gener osity for 'in about a quarter of an hour' he preson ted ho Lord of tho Islo with Miino muslin for his own uso. When tin men caino baclc with tho barrel of eidtr. ho gave them Jour pieces of gold for' their trouble. Furthermore, after gating ready to ball, ho offered to pay for tho cider; but Gardiner protested that ho was sufficiently rewarded by the pivscnt to his wife. 'Ihuy parted at last; and Kidd, gallantly tiring a saluto of four guns, stood for Block Island. "Ills puqoso in lingering in these waters was to get rid of his suspicious freight before goinj to Boston. During tho stay near tho.island two Now York loops took off part of his cargo; and three days later ho returned from Block Inland in company with another nefar ious sloop, which relieved himof chests containing platu and gold and other good-. Tins timo Kida again sent for Gmdiner and committed to his charge a cliost, a box of gold, a bundle of quilts, and fo'ir bales of goods. Tho box of jfli'd, as Gardiner afterwards solemnly (h'lxjsud, was destined by Kidd for Lord li l.umout. All tho treasure and mcr ehundiso was buried in somo swampy land near Cherry Harbor, beside Homo Pond, within a mile of tho manor-house, to bj kept 'for Kidd or his order. ' 'If I call for it and it is gone,' Kidd declared to Lord John, 'I will take your la:.d pr-your son'3.,, Trousers are Worn Creased. 'Trousers to be pressed flat," said a fashionable up-town tailor to his clerk tho -other day, as ho -measured a cus tomer. "What is tho meaning of this mys terious order?" asked a customer. "A new fashion," replied the tailor, as he wound up his tapo measure, "has appeared during the past year in tho matter of trousers. When this country was in a cruder state and ready-mado clothing was used by more people than at present, such goods having been packed away on shelves, bore strongly marked creases which Were not easily eradicated. This was especially notlco ablo in trousers, which wero folded up lengthwise, and wero creased down the back and front when taken from the shelves. Gentlemen who had their clothes mado to order escaped those ear marks of the shelf, for tho tailors press ed tho coat-sleeves and trousers legs out full and round, and so when a man woro (smooth clothes it was known at onco that he had them mado to order." "Then why do you intentionally put those creasos in now?" "I am coming to that. The ready made manufacturers always follow us. tf hey pressed out tho creases after they Tiad sold their goods. Thus, to distin ,guish our goods from theirs, we havo taken the mark which they discarded. But there is another important reason for our creasing our garments now, and that is tho neat appearanco it gives them. When you see a gentleman on the street wiili trousers creased down tho back and front, you think that ho has so many pairs that ho has a valet who carefully packs them in a drawer or on a sholf, where by lying lone Un inod they beconio flat and creased'." .Xew York Suit. Fur Kent. Two or more handsomely furnished rooms in adobe building on Fourth and Bruce streets. Two furnished rooms for .gentlemen; low price. One five-roomed cottage. One three-roomed house. Ii quire on premises corner Fourth and Jirace streets or of Robt. Eccleston, City Wood & Coal Yard, Fourth and Tough nut streets. Stockholders Meeting. The regular annual Hireling nf the stockholders nr tho Mi.ta Ana, San Juau Bavllrta and Bro i roat mining companies, all of tho Territory of Ami' inn. for the t lection of oftlcra end dlrec'or' -lortlennln j far, will be hold at toe ofllcoof li'iiH companies, In Tombstone, A. T., on lmdjy, January 18, 1886. ' A. J. HTNEKE, Scciotuy. Tgatbatoue, A.T., Dae. 29, IMS. SMja Arizona Mai! TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA. MTAUh FOIt FAIKIIAIWK, connecting with eastern a..d western bound t'alne on Souther Pacific railroad leavta at 0:15 o'clock, n. m. States leaves Filrbanknpcn arrival ot Sonora train and leave Tombstone to connect with train to Sonora at 8 o'clock -. m. Stagofor PalrbinkJjy way f Ch.irleNion, leavo Tombstone at ? o'clock, a. m.. and returns apon arrival of Benson trilo. STtUK VOU lllMIIKKIeavcs every morning atSo'clock, except Sundays. 406 Allen St., Under THE FASHION SALOON, Allen (Street, between Third and Fourth. KeepslConstantlv on Hand the Celebrated MoBrey Br an Tf a Kettle Also the famous COSMOPOLITAN CIGAR ! ! "Which In IMnimi'actured Especially , lor Me. US. 8RADSHAW, Proon'sto'i JOS. STUMPH Proprietor FOURTH STREET, Between AUenanil Fremont Htreets Bread, Cake, Pies. INTERNATIONAL RESTAURANT, ALLEN STREET, Between Fourth and fifth. 'ine neat ana most elegantly a appointed Restau rant In the city. All tho delicacies of the ae a- on served, btrlcly First Class. MRS. JONES, ProvrletreBD. 0 K CORRAL, Liiery & Feed Stale 'pRANSIENT STOCK WELL OARED FOB 1 Good variety of Rugglcs, Carriages ana. Wagons, with t tarns to match. Eleven-passenger excursion coach, enitahle for picnics or o:her partlc. Orders sent by mall or telegraph lor ontlts will be prosiptl) attended lo. John Montgomery, I'rovrlrM-r FOR THE HOLIDAYS. Headquarters of SANTA GLAUS. Candiesand Toys AT PIONEER CANDY FACTORY I have added a full line of Toys to my store, such as Doll Carriages, Musical Tops, Tin Toys, Hell Toys, Chimes, Fancy 'Matcli Holders. In fact every thing in the icy line. They are my own selection and bought for cash, and I will sell them at bed-rock prices. Coclise County Bant: Tombstone.! Ariz. Trantiicls u general Dunking busines8. LIONEL M. JACOBS, Pns. ALttEUT SPKINGEW, Cashire AMERICAN BAKER! and Stage Line nnj fAJ-wm" tIEI?mm' Jt"M'""!MjgyB5x Occidental HotBl. ROBT. CROUCH, PROPRIETOR. OCCIDENTAL HOTEL ToisoiialParlors. BEN BARON Proprietor. wll. mlorm the public that I hao opened a flrat-cluss shop In eviry particular. GIVE ME A (.ALL. Ladle' Ilnlr CiiillnirnnilHlmntiiooln -A Hperlaltj'. Prlvato entrance In rear of t.-o hotel for ladle. Pioneer MEAT MARKET. Fourth St, bet. Allen and Fremont. A. BAUER, Propr. Will sell the Unci! Lot of BEEF, MUTTON AN? PORK At Living Price. & DEALKR9 IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Custom House Brokers and ('omniission Merchants. "CusIoti Ttmsep pjts mndeoot with neatness and jlspUctjjitiowonblq figaroi1. Good Meals nd Lodgings. FEED STATION. One dayV dr!o from Tombst-ne, K'vlng ample time to to Innsact'bUi'iueM) wilt the Custom Uoaee. FASHION STABLES Having nurchaaed the rolllnir atnrlf and hnrwn J . O. Dunbar, also makinir many additional mir. chases. I am now prepared to offer to the Tombstone puouo tne FINEST TURN-OUTS Ever brought to the Territory, and on Kensounble Terms. TRANSIENT and BOARDING ANIMALS Carefully Carol For. ALLE ST., Bet. 3d and 4th. A. T. JONES, Prop'r. AX EXTKAOKU1NAHY OFFF.U. To All Wanting Kinnlaymmt. Wo wmllivc, roereetlc.and capahle agenta In CTery county In tin- United States aud Cunada to ell apaloat nrllcleof pruat mtrit, ou its merits An article hivluc a latpo sale, payinj; over 100 per cent profit, having no competition, and ou which the acent In protected In the exclusive sale hy a deed given for each and every coun'y he mar reruie from na With nil tlmae advnntairee ioourccm ana ine tact inatitie an art.cle ILat cat. hu void to every bonat -owner It might not be Bece'arY to make an 'extraordlnur nrr" to pi cure pood ngenta at uce. but we nave con clddedtomakelttotliow.not onlyonrcnnlldinco In the merit of our Invention, but w lie raleibl llty by any agent that Hill haudio it wl hi'mrtry. Our as nti now at work are making from SIN) to $900 a raorth clear, and thla fact ma-a It Kafe for nd to maho our otter to all who ar s out of em ployment. Anv agent that will give our bnincai a Ihirly daya1 trial and tall to clcr at le it $100 In thla time, above all expenxee, can leturn all Eooda unsold to ue and we will refund the money paid for them. Any igent or general agent who ttuuiaiiicnien or more counties ana worn mem thro igh aubairents for ninety days and fall to clear at Ica.t $750above all e'penees Mn retnrn ' utiBold and net their nionev hack. No oilier employer or agent eve dared to make mich offers, nor woull wolf redid not know thtwohae agents now making morethan double the amount wu guaranteed, and bu two rales a day would glvnaprcfltofover SlS5a month, aid that one of our auents took elchteen oidcra In one dy. Our largo dcscrrptlve cltculara explain our offer fully, at d these we wish tr send to every one out of employment who will send us three one-cent stumps to secure postage. Send at nnceabd secure the agency In time lor the boom, aud go tn work oi' the terms named In our extraordlniry offer. Wo would Ilk" to have tho addrra of all tLc agcnls, sewltg tnachlce solicitors Mid cur- enters in tno count-y, and ancacy roader of this paper who rea a this ofler, to tend at ni.ee inenarae anu aooresr or an sucn tnev KU'-w. Ai'druvs at once, crjou will lose tho best chance ever offerred to hose nt of rmidovmcnt to make money; UKNNEHMaNUK'INU CO, US Smlthfleld bt Flttabnrp, Pa MAIS DOVELL PROPOSALS F r Bui-yiag- Tiuligojit Dead. NOTKJE IS HEKKBY GIVEN THAT THE lind.d of a p-rvl-urs of tjocoise oorui) will rer-ivo scaled ptoposalu lor burying tbo In. dlfcnl dj.id of Uoeklse county, bucu propmalB to 'w filed ilb lhe i lerk ol the Hosrd at or bo fore 10 o'clock a. m January 4ih. lbW. lit which time said bids will be openid, and lhe contract awarded to the low est responlb bidder. Such contract to begin on January lOlh, 1680, and expire January 101b, 1&7. Such Indigent dead'persons aro to be buried in plain wooden colHns without unnecessary trim uiluga or finish, in gmesnot less than lire feet deep, In the public burial ground of the city f Tombstone, In said county. Contract price to bo paid quarterly in county warrants drawn on the General Fund."" The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bid'. JOHN MONTGOMEUY, Attest: Chairman. A. O. WALLACE, Ul'rk. Dec. 17, lbkj. PROPOSALS For Feeding: County Prisoners. NOTICE 18 HEREBY QIVEN THAT TnE Board of Supervisors of Cochise coinly, Territory ot Arizona, will receive sealed proposals for supplying all persons confined in tho connty Jail ef said Cochise cannty, necessary food for their subsistence, from Jjui ary 10th, A. D . 1886, np to and Including Januiry 10 in, A. D. 1887. Such proposals to be filed wllh the Clerk of the Board at or before 10 o'clock a. m., January 4lh, 1888, at which time such bids will be opened, and the contract for such subsisunce will be let to the lowest ret ponslble bidder. The food furnished -hull bo ol good, wholesome quality, and in quantity sufficient lo meet the wants of such ncreons; and ench food shall he delivered to tho person In charge of said Jail, at such time as may be requested by him, wllh cult able dishes aud appliances. Each bid must be acccmpanicd by a good and sufficient bund In the sum of five hundred dollars for the faithful performance ot tho contract. Contract pr ce to be paid quarterly In Cochlso county warrants drawn on the Contingent Fui d. The Board rescnes the right to reject any and all bids aud for Don compliance to annul the con tract in tl.o tho Board of Super visors. JOHN MONTGOMERY, Auest: Chairman. A. O. WALLACE, Clerk. Lee. 17, 1885. PROPOSALS For Publishing Proceedings of the Board of Supervisors. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Board of Supervisors ol Oochlne connty will rcctle seilcd proposals for publishing the proceedings of said Boird from January 10th, 1888. to January tOili. 1887. Such proiosaltto be filed with the Chrkoflhe Board at or before 10 o'clock a. m. January 4th, 18B0, at which tlmo such bids will be opened and the contract for publishing said proceedings will be let to the lowest responsible bidder. Said proposals shall specify the rates proposed for each inch, or fraction the. or, of brevier or minion tjpe In solid columns of thirteen ems pica, one insertion in ihu paper at first issue thereof alter such proceedings are had. Tho person to whom such contract abail be let shall ent' r into a gcol and sufficient bond in the sum of $1,000 for the filthful performance of such contract, said bond to accompany such bid and to be approved by tho Board. Contract prico to bj paid quarterly in county warrants drawn on tho Contingent Fund. The Board reserves tho right to reject ny and all bids. JOHN MONTGOMERY, Att.-st: Chairman. A. O. WALLACE, Clerk. Dec. 17, 1885. PROPOSALS For County Adveriisingr. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Board of Supervisors of Cochlee county will receive sealed proposals for publishing all adver tisements (exclusive of delinquent lists) from Januarv 10th, 1886, lo January 10th,t lbt". Such proposals to be filed with the Clerk of the Boaid at or tefoic 10 o'clock a, m, January 4tb, 1886, at which time such bids will be opened and the contract for publishing such proceedings will be let to the lowest bidder. Said proposals shall specify tho rates proposed for each inch, or lraction thereof, of nonpareil type In solid columns of thirteen cms pica, onolnser tlon in the paper at first Issue thercol after said proceedings are had. '1 he person to whom such contract shall beht shull enter Into a good and sufficient bond In the sum of $1,000, tirthe faithful peiformance of such contracr, said bond to accompany 6uch bid and to be approved by the Board. Contract price to be paid quarterly in County warrants drawn on the Contingent Fund. The Board reserves the right to reject any aud all bids. JOHN MONTGOMERY, Attest: Chairman. A. O. WALLACE, Clerk. Dec. 17, 18&5. PROPOSALS For County Job Printing;. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Board of Supervisors ot Cochlso county will receive scaled proposals fui doing tho Job print ing of said cointy from the 10th iay of January, 1886, to the lOlh day of January, 1887. Such printing will consist of tax receipts, etc., and legal blanks, such a- complaints, warrants, indictments, etc., anQ all Job work except (he books of record used in tho various oSlces of tho county. Such bids muBt be filed with the Clerk of tho Board at orbefo-e 10 o'clock a.m. January 4th, 1880, at which time .-aid bids will be opened and the contract awarded to tho lowest responsible bidder. The person to whom such contract shall be let shall enter into a good and sufficient bond in the sum ot $250. for the faithful performance of said work. Said contract price to be oa d quarterly in war rants drawn on the Contingent Fund. Tho Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. JOHN MONTGOMERY. Attest: Chairman. A. O. WALLACE, Clerk. Dec. 17, 1833. D. McSWEGAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON m Fourth Street, OpposteJOcci dentiil Hotel, Tombstone, - - - - Arizona. For Male. , A good buggy-horse and set of har ness (new). The horse is sound, gentle and a good traveler. Apply to ohn O. Dunbar. German pickles at R. P. Mansfield's. Notice. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THB FIR T Judicial district. Territory of ArlzoB k, uui ul Cuctiliie; GuWr Anderson vs. G' Rntledge et al. All per ins claiming or holding Hen., on the property h milter dcrcrlhed, are notified u bo and np pear in tie above tuilllea inurt on MomHy. the Snd dsy of November, 1885, the same being the first day of the next succeed ing term of said court, and to exniblt them and there ibeptoofn of their respective demands and Hens. The matter of the hearing and determin ing said claims and Hens will be heard on tame day or'ut-such other time as the same may be adjourned to. This notice is given in an action brought by Gustav Anderson, plaintiff, against Geo. ltutledge and James S. Fruit, defendants, to recover the ent. of $669 with costs and attor ney's fee, and have such demand declared a lien on the Alps mine, which is in the complaint described as follows . Beginning at the lnit al monument on center of claim at a 4x4 post marked I. M. Alps M. C. Mo. 1, from which U. 8, mineral monument No 1 beara 42 18' E 1873 distant; thence 8 7S 9' E, 297 feet to post No. 2, thence 8 48 S2' W 867 feet to post No. 3; thence N 67 49' W 600 feet to post No. 4 ; thence N 48 r7' K 1168 feet to post Nto. 5; thence S 67 48' E 589 feet to post No 6; thence S 48' 32' W 697 feet to place or beginning. Said mine Is In the Tombstone Mining District, and Is bounded on the N E by the Grand Central mine. W.H.HEAMAN8. Clerk District Court. Bv O. W. Clnm. nMntv,,lerk. GOODRICH & SMITH Attys.for Plalniln. A Resolution OF TH E MA YOR AND COMMON COUNCIL of the City of Tombstone, of the Territory of Arizona, in relation to reports of City officers. Bo it resolved by the Mayor and Common Council or the City of Tombstone: That all officers of the City of Tombstone shall, on or be fore the first Wednesday of each month, make and t le with the City Auditor an itemized report or the business transacted n their respective offices during the previous month: and each of said City officers shall, at all times, keep their books posted up to date, and subject to the ex amination of the Mayor and Common Coanell or any committee appointed by the Mayor and Common Council for that purpose. Be it further lesolvcd, that thla resolution shall take fleet and be in force from and after approved and due publication approved ai to iorm. November 12 1885. W. H. SAVAGE, City Attorney. Approvedi C. N. THOMAS, Mayor, Atteal' J. Y. CLUM, Clerk. Notice of Forfeiture. TO J. E. FAlltES, J. J. NEELY, G. G, Vnu. A T ..... V Tf VA--- W A DUL bam, R. O, Faires, b B. Moore, J. II Chambers, Z.T. Hogan, S B. Garrett, E. Hatght, B Cocke, A. L. Steele and P. Carson. You are hereby notified that we have expended one hundred dol lars In labor and improvements on the Hercules lode and mining claim, situated in the lies vauezas, now Known as tne reus mining aiS' ...v., vvu. j w. WWW.O- B.UU V(.V1J UIAI1MUI location notice recorded lu book 3, page 110, of transcribed records ol Cochise connty, A. T., in order to bold the claim for the year endijg December, 1885, under the provisions of section 2,32i, Revised Statutes of the United States. Thero'ore, if within ninety days from publication of this notice, you fall or refuse to coat-lbute. eachofyeu, your proportion of said expenditure and cost of this publication as co-owners, your Intere-ts in said mine or claim will become tle property of the undersigned, uncer section 2,324, JACOB BINZ, JACOB HOitNBERGER. Tombstone, September 25, 1885. PROPOSALS For Taking Insane Persons to Stockton, Cat. Notice la hereby given tht the Board of Super visors of Cochise county will receive scaled pro posals f r taking the county's insane to Stocton, Cal., during theyear 1886, or until tho TeTltortal Insane Asylum stall be finished, should It be fin' ished within the year. Such proposala to be filed with the Clerk of the Board, at or before 10 o'clock a. m., January 4th, 1886, at which time bids will be opened and the contract let to the lowest responsible bidder. Each bidmustbe accompanied by a good a d sufficient bond In the sum of one thousand dol lars lor the faithful performance of the contract. Contract price to be paid in county warrants drawn on the general fund. The Board reserves the right to reject any ana all bids. L At test. A, O. WALLACE, JNO. MONTGOMERY, Clerk. Chairman. Dec. 23d. 1885. lOtd For Sale. Work and Saddle Horses for sale in quantities to suit pur chasers at ABBOTTS' Ranch, Sulphur Spring Valley. For particulars apply at the office of the Tombstone Epitaph. 0. S. ABBOTT. PONY SALOON! Allen Street. AS UNDER TnE FORMER MANAGE racnt, this saloon will continue to retail nothlue but the straight goods, wh'ch gave the "i-ony"such a well-deserved reputation. T. B, Kipy ceienrated Anderson County. Kentucky, (four-year-old sour-mash) Bourbon, and J. M. Atherton's eauallr celebrated Tea KettleiRr. nf The Pony, The Best "Bit" Cigar to be had in the City, a Specialty. T. A. JONK. Proprietor. Notice. A LL PERSONS NOW. OCCUPYING TO X. lots on the urface of the Mountain M1 ml tngrlalm In Tombstone, and who hare notheri tnlnrA nhtAlnpri tht, mlnfntr fill.. rtt h.ki. .3 ntiftatAfY fi.ill nnAn mv .,,nav lLw n. nJ . U1Q U1ML43 IU lUIUUMUUe, BHQ IDBKC arraTlgt ments to obtain the same If they wish to avoid litigation. FORDICE ROPER. Icmbstone Jan. 12.1885. ... kla .M1 An ... .(,.... . i , -1 Not Ire. The TomrjstOLe public library will, on itnd after Monday, Nov. 9th, be open from (J to 9 o'clock p. m. For Pale. A COMFORT UL HOUSE -FIVB ROOMS uiurnisnea: iruu and flower cadens. 1 ocated on Bruce lreet, belw n Fifth tnd I Slxtb. For ale at a bargain. Enunlie of J. V. VICKXBS I GRAND New Year's Ball. Given by the Tombstone Fire Dep't. ....ON Thursday eve., Dec. 81, 1885, AT..., SCBJEFFELIN HALL. Tickc: . - $i.oo Admiltlng Gentleman and Lady. IS" Further particulars hereafter. Invitation Committee. All menberjoithe Itecentlou rommlttee. C;P-HPPy D.s. Miller. James Coyle, Geo, Magaiin. G. o. Bradsnaw, Ben Cook, C. L. Mellgren, Godfrey Tribofet, T. A.ivvalker, B. A. Flekoa. Floor Committee. W III Baron, I. M. Isaacs, Tom Baker, W. D. Shear Jr, LouAarn E. G Ashmun, Jmej Nash, William Ives. L. Summenleld, Harry Qulgley, rrof. McCarly. H T' Floor Director. Chief Thomas Keefe. All fireuna will aooeir In a -Bargain. WANTED TO SELL OR TRADE FOR A i. . .2? V" nd two horBe furnished. S?nuiSilhref1,'r,;e.room, ned In the town ofBIsbee, Ariz AUo, oe half or the whole of .H ?f 5 .,loon' now ' cPl OT Clark Dunn, the two buildings tenting for seventy lobars pef month, row Apply to HANK PI RSELL, w-im At Bisbee. ArU. Notice to Creditors. A ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS Ckagalnet the c.tate of Julian l?nl .w..,.h a, .e hereby notify to present the came wllh proi er vouchers to me at my store on Fremont per street, on or before the 8th day of Jannarr tooe, JAMES BROWN, Administrator. $500 REWARD. Bv virtue of authority vested in me by the Board oi Supervisors of Cochise oounty at a regular meeting ot said Board, held on the 6th day oi October, 1885, 1 hereby offer a reward of 8500 lor the aDpre hension, dead or alive, of the renegade Apache Chief Gero nimo. And by the same au thority I oiler a further re ward or sszsu lor the apprehen sion, dead or alive, of any one of said Geronimo's band of renegade Indians who have been engaged with him in his murderous raiJs through Co chise County. Said apprenen sion to earn the above rewaids must be made by some person or persons not in tne military service ot the llniteu states, K. a. HATCH, sneriffi Tombstone, Ariz., Oct. 0, 1885- DR. MINTIE, TIIK MPKt IAL.INT. No. 11 Kearny Stn-et, San Fran cisco, uai. Treats all CnnoNic, Special and Pri- VATB .LISKAgKS WITH WOSDERFDL bCCCESS. THR HRCAT VvJ,In IIKMF.IIY! t a certain cure for "Jervoueness, I'rostator i a, and ail the evil fleets ofou'hful follies ud excesses, and in .Inkleg intoxicating auors lir. Mintle, lio is a regular phyel an graduate from the 'niverslty of Pensylra i, will agree to forfeit ( 0 for a case or this indtbe Vita) Restora tc(uuUei ui u .. .-.vice nd trenrmpntl wll uo cure. $1 SOabottlo, or four times th-tquan tlty J5, sent to any address on receipt of price or &".D- ln Private nime If desired, by Dr. Mlntle, 11 Kearny St , 8. F. Cal. Send for list f questions and pamulet SAMPLE BOTTLE FRKE will be sent to any one applilng hy leiter, statin symptom .sex and age. Strict secrecy ln rerar business transactions. -" MERCANTILE, tfttt AND COLLECTION OFFICE. iCjshnnt Mt., uet. Fourth and Fifth. . , Tombstone, Arizona. Charles G. Johuston, Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public. J. E. Palmer, Accountant. Johnson will practice ln all the courts ol riitorr. ln both civil and rjlmm.1 .. .air rainier will devote his atlen Ion ss expert ln bookkeeping; also to bookkeeping, searching of records, copying, abstracting, convejancing and all other business connected therewith. For the convenience of uvlness men and then hav ne past due nd other claims lor adi stment and coll ctlon, this office offers nnpaialled ad rantages Mr. Palmer will keep, for the benefit 0. bidders oi real estate, i. special book for thev en.ry of houses ai d lands for sale or to rent Deeds, mortgaces and leases will be carefulfc dKw.n nJ "" follecttd, and as both brancliea of this office need your patrocage. It Is certalnly (taken In conjunction with their long experience in the abore business specialties) a sufficient guaiantce or promt Less and economy. Mr t aimer will also transact, as agent In 1 ombstone. business ofanynaturo lor p rsms living abro-'d! guaranteeing thtm saiety, satisfaction and oi. Pte. m.im ttfijySlLafll L t 7 v