DAILY EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA, TUESDAY JANUARY 1886.
A CONFIDENCE TRICK.
llow n Amerlcnn Judge Narrowly Ba
oped Robbery to tbe StrniL
Thu rvtiutntiun of London confldonqn
men and slinrpers Is well known. They
havo an excellent field for their work.
London is bo vast that it is difficult to
Hud them even if the -detectives' -nru
promptly upon their track, and they
rluingo their quarters frequently. Then
thu number of -visitors 6' this (great
Utibylon is sot largo thaUvictlma an)
found withoutmuchuiftlculty. Asmany
of -i these arc transient visitors, if the
" bunco men as they wolildcbe called In
Americafl do not know wEat corre
sponding term is used here make a
frond "haul." thev leave the city or lie
in. hiding, until they feel sure that their,
victims-have gone: Thon'tHey" can "not
bo tucntlhou, If. arrestee, ma 01 couran.
will escape prosecution. " ' K
An American gentleman whom I mot
the other day told mo of hjs narrow,
eseapo fromtelifg robbed Wwhat I am
told is an "old. London triple.1' He is,a
criminal judge in one of,your, Squtherrl
States; andone would suppose that such
an offiolaLwouldbeon his guard against
tricks of all kinds. Ho has boon in
London many times beforo his present
I it, and thought he was pretty familiar
w )th the city and its ways. Let mo re
lmo his experience in' his own 'Words:
"I havo been living," he said, "in a
private hotel in one of the streets lead
ing from tho Strand to the Thames, not
far from Temple Bar. It is a convenient
place to reach and I found it comfort
ablo and satisfactory in every way. I
naye been in tno naoit or pom,
nml had; ilmost reached, lh,ej Street, in
iwhich my hotel is situated, when I saw
awoman not far in .front of me ap
parently stumble and falLto the side
walk. She -was alone. She cried out
as if hurt, and I hastened my steps and
rim to her, assistance. Ihepcxl her, get
.up, hut sho.oomplalnedof jgcoat pain in
hor ankle, and could hardly stand. Sho
began to cry bitterly, and said she
didn't see how sho was to get homo. ' I
sisked her where sho lived) ho named
tho street, which I knew' was more than
a mile away, I, told, her that. Sho would
have to take a cab, and -that 'I would
call one. Still cryiug and complaining
that sho was soverely hurt', sho said sho.
could not take a cab, as sho had no
money to pay for, it My sympathies
were aroused, and I said' that I would
glvo her enough to pay her cab-faro. I
put my hand in my pocket and pulled
out somo silver coins. At the same
time, I stopped toward n gas-lamp in
order to pick out the right amount
'Quick as a flash of lightningthe
woman seised my wrist, and some. of
tho coins went rattling 'down ontbo
pavement. At this moment throe other
, women appeared. I Jad rseon nothing
of them before. They s'oized mo by the"
arms and around tho waist I instantly
confprehended tho situation. I was tho
victim of a confidence game, and was
being robbed or would bo in a moment
unions I mado a vigorous resistance. 1
had my umbrella in my hand. I strng-
gled violently with tho four women, and
at length managed to break away from
them. 1 stinted on a. run at,fuli speed
for my hutel, only a few rods away.
All tho women were in hot pursuit
You know all those streets running from
thu Strand down to the river 'descend,
pretty rapidly, nnd as I was going down"
I got under -such headway' that 'Iould
not stop when I reached my" house. I
stopped just bolow it, however, and tried
to turn. ..wljen'the womt'u .syjzod ."nip
again. "They pounded' and kicked "mo
viciously, but did not get anything out
of my pockets. loused my hands., and
'feet and umbrella-as b'eH 1 could, but I
am afraid thoy would have been more
than a -match-! or mo.
"By good fortune, however, while tho
struggle was going on in trout of my
hotel, tho door suddenly opened, ana
tho landl6rd appeared In it I told him
I needed help, and ho camo.out The
women then set upon him, 'and,' taking
advantage of tho opportunity, I broke
away from them, and ran at full, speed
into tho hotel I found tbatjny.umbrel
la' was pretty badly used up, and my
arms and shins and body were qoro-for
several days. Since then I have' carried
a stout'eano whenever I am out lato at
night I nover asked tho landlord ,how
ho came out of tho fight I "was too1
glad to get away mysolf tobother about
him; but,I fancy ho suffonjd Jittlo dini-'
ago. I only lost a fow shillings."
"Why dld.Vou not mukn nn ,
and alarm tho locc?'., I inmitrcd
"Ah," was tho answer, "that was the
very thing I was-careful not to do.
Don t you 'see, thoy,wcro four to one,
and, if a policeman w had icome, tho
ehanccs'wcro that they would accuse mo
of nssault and I would bo locked up for
tho night Or. If my story had been be-
iieveu, xnoy wouui navo spent the night
in the police station a matter" of no
consequence to a woman of that class
arid, if tho matter had gone further, I
should have to go to tho Police Court to
lirosecuto them. I did not caro for pub
licity in that wav. Oh. no. I .didn't
want tho police to havo any hand invtW1!
jimiiui mi mr us i was concerned, xou
may think I was stupid to be Jaken in
ujr sura a mcK. i nave oocn torn since
that it is a trick very commonly prac
ticed Jn London, but I had never hViiril
of it bofore. I am sure that it would'
. readily imposo on any-fond 'who was
ignorant oi it.' iV. 1. Tribune.
s a ii
Modern surgery has achieved a-great
triumph in Germany. Eleven years ago
Professor Nussbaura, of Munich, took
eluugo of a boy so malformed and crip-'
pled that he was obliged to crawLabout
on all fours. Nine serious operations
wcro performed, four crooked bones
a. ere broken, threo stiff joints forcibly
extended, several sinews cut through
and nerves stretched Weights were
then attached to certain muscles, and
by' means of massage baths, ointments
and electricity so much progress was
mado that in a fow years tho boy was
ablo to walk erect with the aid of
dutches and a special apparatus fasten
1 to his feet. Subsequently ho was
:u)l to throw away this apparatus and
haugo his crutches for a cane, and
-(,to-dHy;he is a healthy, vigorous youth,
- ablo to walk, dance 'and ride on horse
lodsnnrrs at all 'hours of tho "aavi and
.night (lwns on myAvay thither through
' tho Strand about 1 o'clock one. mornlner.
v -,. 5niS6rfl-''' 'T If
t.,!l5'MK K?l. "AyBAWK, connecting with eastern aid western bound trains on Souther
"Jre'a? troad leXVt a. at 0:15 ii'elork. n. m. Stage leaves Filrbank npon arrival oJ Soiiora train
ami leaves lomhSlOno to COnurcl with train to Knnnr ut ii.9j.l; m
StHo I r Falrb ink by way ,f t'httrlea.on,
upon strlvil nf Benson trilri.
ATaUK KOil MIMHHK leaves every morning at ti o'clock, except Sundays.
406 Allen St., Under Occidental' Hotel.
THE FASHION SALOON,
'Allen'JStrect, between Third
Keeps'.Conatuntlv on Handjthe
Also the famous
COSMOPOLITAN CIGAR ! !
"Which in Manufactured
Especially for Me.
" FOURTH STREET,
Between Allen and Fremont MtreftH.
Bread, Cake. Pies.
Between Fourth and Fifth.
The beat and most elegantly appointed Restan
rant in tbe city. All tho delicacies of
the sra-on ecrred. btrlcly
LiYery M Stal
'PANBIKNT STOCK WELL CAKKD FOB
1 Uood rarlety of Ilafcles, Carriages and
Wagons, with trams to match. Jclcvcn-passeneei
nxcnrslon coach, rnltable to' picnics or other
pattltf.- Orders .sunt by mall or telegraph lor
outfits will be promptly attended lo.
John Slontgomrrs', I'roprleter
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
PIONEER CANDY FACTORiY
I have added a.full line of Toys to my
store, such as Doll Carriages, Musical
Tops, Tin Toys, Hell To)s, Chimes,
Fancy Match Holders. In fact every
thing n the (by line. They arc my own
selection and bought for cash, and I will
sell them at bed-rock prices.
Transacts a general Bunking business.
LIONEL M. JACOBS, Pres.
Gocliise Count? Bank
and Stage Line
lonvei TJmbitona at 7 o'ioek. a. m
, and returns
I wll. Inlo.-m the public thst I have opened a
first class hop In every particular.
GIVE ME A CALL.
l.adle Hnlr Cutting nnd Mltamiionln,:
Private entrance in rear of tee hrtel for ladies.
Fourth St, bet. Allen and Fremon$.
A. BAUER, Piopr.
Will sell the llmo Lot of
BEEF, MUTTON AND PORK
At Living Prices.
Cnstom House Brokers and
Caate-n House p pi-s made out with neatness
and Jtsp itch at e isunable figures.
Good Meals and Lodgings.
('no day' drive 'rom Tombst.ne, giving ample
time to to transact business with the Cnstem
Having purchased the rolling stock and hones
J . 0. Dunbar, also tnaklng many additional pur
chases, I am now prepared to offer to the Tombstone
Ever brought to the Territory, and
on Ueasonable Terras.
TRANSIENT and BOARDING ANIMALS
Carefully Cared For.
ALLE ST., Bet. 3d and 4th.
A. T. JONES, Prop'r.
AN EXTltOKlHlMABV OFFF.lt.
To All Wiintinff Employment.
We want live, rne'eetlc ,and capable agents In
every connty In the United States and Canada to
s 11 a patent article of great nftrit, oa its merits
Au article hiving a large sale, paying over 100
per cent profit, having so competition, and on
which the at-ont Is protected in the exclusive
sale.by a died given for each and every coun'y be
mav sermcfiomns Wlth Ml thse advantages
to our ageiitn and the tact that it Is an article
that est. be sold to every house-owner It might
net h uecea'ary to make as '-cxlraordlntr oflVr"
to si lure god agents at once, but wo have con
liuded to make it to show, not only our confide nee
in the merits of our Invention, but is Its saleabl
lity by any agent thst will handle it wl h eni-rgy
Our as nts now at work are making from 110 to
$900 a morth clear, and this fret mai-s It safe
tor as to make our offer to all who an out of em
ployment. Ant agent that will give ir bnlncss
a thirty days' trial and tall to cler at leist $100
in mis lime, aoove au expenses, can teiuru an
goods unsold to us and we will refund tbe money
paid for them. Any tgent or general agent who
would lik ten or more connttes and vork them
through sub agents for ninety days nd fall to
cKarat let.t $750aboveall e peuses -m return
al' Unsold ana git Ihclr money back. No olher
employer or agent eve dared to make snch offers,
norwonll we If redid not know that we have
agents now making more than donble tbe amount
we guaranteed, and bu two sales a dy would
glvn a profit of over $125 a month, and that onn ot
our agents took elchteon aiders In one dy. Our
large drscrrptlvc circulars explain our otter fully,
at d these we wish tr send to every one out of
imployment who will send ns three unr-rent
stampx to s -.cure postage. Send at once and
secure the agency In time lor the boom, and go
I. work oi the terms namtd in our extraordinary
iflVr. We wunld like to have tbe addreasof all
me agents, sewlt g machine solicitors and car-
outers In tho count'y, ana ask any reader of
this paper who rea s bts ofier, to send at once
the name and address of all such they know
Addretsatonce, or you will lose the best chance
ever offerred to nose out of employment to
make money; KENNBR MANUF'lNG CO,
11 Salthfisld.Mt,, rittstarrjTa
200 tons Alfal
fa hay for sale by
the bale or ton.
Inquire at the French Wine House
No. 609 Allen street. G-m
For Burying Indigent Dead.
NOTIOE 18 IIKREBY GIVEN TI1AT THE
Board of bupervisors of Cochise county
will receive sealed proposals for burying tbe In
digent desd of Uocnlse county. Sncn proposals
tone filed with the ( lerk of the Board at orbc
fore 10 o'clock a. m., January 4th, 1880, at which
time said blda will be opentd, and the contract
awarded o the lowest responslb n bidder.
Such contract to begin on January 10tb, 1886,
and expire January 10th, 1887.
Much Indigent dead persons are to be burled in
plain wooden colBns without unnecessary trlm
uilngs or finish. In graves not less than five feet
deep, in the public burial ground of the city f
Tombstone, In said county.
Contract price to be paid quarterly in county
warrants drawn on the General Fund.
The Board reserves the right to reject any and
all bids. JOHN MONTGOME1JY,
A. O. WALLACE, Clerk. Dec. 17, 1885.
For Feeding County Prisoners.
"VTOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TflE
o3( Board of Supervisors of Cochise connty,
Tertltory ot Arizona, will receive scalid proposals
lor supplying all persons confined in tho county
Jail of said Cochise cunty, necessary food fur
their subsistence, from Jauuaty 10th, A. D . 1886,
np to and Including Janaity lUtb, A. D. 1887.
Such proposals to be filed with tbe Clerk of the
Board at or before 10 o'clock a.m., January 4th.
1886, at which time such bids will be opened, and
the contract for such eubslstanco will be let to
the lowest ret ponsible bidder.
The food furnished shall bo ot good, wholesome
qnaltty, and In quantity sufficient to meet tho
wants of such tiersons; and such food shall he
delivered to the person in charge of said Jail, at
such time as may be requested by him, with suit'
able dishes aud appliances.
Each bid must bo acccmpinled by a good and
sufficient bund in tbe sum of flvo hundred dollars
for the faithful performance ot tho contract.
Contract price to be paid quarterly In Cochise
county warrants drawn on the Contingent Fund,
The Board reserves the right to n-Ject any and
all bids sod for non compliance to annnl the con'
tract in tho 'the Board of Super
visors. JOHN MONTGOMERY,
A. O. WALLACE, Clerk. Uec. 17, 1885.
For Publishing: Proceedings of
the Hoard of Supervisors.
iXTOTlCB IS 11EKEUY GIVEN TIIATTITR
JuX Board of bupcrvlsors ol Cochise connty
will receive setied p-oposals ror publishing the
proceedings of said Boird from Junuary 10th,
l8tf, to January 10th. 1887. Such proiosalsto
be filed wiU the C'ljtk of he Board at or before
10 o'clock a. m. January 4tb, 1886, at which time
such bids will bo 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 thcrco', of brevier or
ntlnion type in solid columns of thirteen ems
pica, one insertion in the paper at first issue
thereof alter such proceeding are had.
Tho person to whain such contract shall be let
shall ent r into agool and sufficient bond In the
eumof $1,000 for the faithful performance of
sucn contract, said bond to accompany ench bid
and to be approved by the Board.
Contract prleo to hi paid quarterly in county
warrants drawn on the Contingent Fund.
The Board reserves the right to reject sny and
ail bids. JOHN MONTGOMERY,
A. O. WALLACE, Clerk. Dec. 17, 1885.
For County Advertising-.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TnE
Board of Supervisors ol Cocbine county will
receive sealed propoxate lor publishing all adver
tisements (exclusive of delinquent lists) fiom
January 10th, 1886, to January lOtb, 18(7. Such
proposals to bo filed with tbe Clirk of the Bond
at or before 10 o'clock a. m. January 4th, 1886, at
which time such bids will be opened and tbe
contract for publishing such proceedings will be
let to the lowest bidder.
Said proposal) shall specify the rates prpised
for each iucb, or fraction thereof, of nonpareil t) pe
in solid columns of thirteen ems pica, one Inser
tlon In the paper at first issue thcreol after said
proceedings are had.
1 be person to whom such contract shall be let
shall enter into a good and sudiclent bond in tbe
sum of $1,000, lor-tbe faithful performance ef
such contract, said bond to accompany inch bid
and to be approved by the Board.
Contract price to be paid quarterly In County
warrants drawn on tbe Contingent Fund.
Tbe Board reserves the right to reject any aud
all bids. JOHN MONTGOMERY,
A. O.WALLACE, Clerk. Dec. 17, 1885.
For County Job Printing-.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Board of Supervisors or Cochise county will
receive scaled proposals foi doing the Job print
ing of said coanty from the 10th day of January,
1886, to the 10th day ot January, 1887.
Such printing will consist of tax receipts, etc.,
and legal blanks, such a complaints, warrants,
Indictments, etc., and all Job work except the
books of record used in tho various offices of the
Such bids must be -filed with the Clerk of Ike
Board at or before 10 o'clock a. m. January 4th,
1886, at which time said bids will be opened and
ihernntract awarded to the lowest responsible
Tbe person to whom such contract shall be let
shall enter into a good and sufficient bond in the
snm ot $250, for the faithful performance of raid
Said contract prtco to be oa d quarterly In war
rants drawn on the Contingent Fund.
The Board reserves the right to reject sny and
all bids. JOHN MONTGOMERY.
A. O. WALLACE, Clerk. Dec. 17, 1885.
Work and Saddle Horses for
sale in quantities to suit pui -chasers
at ABBOTTS' Rancb,
Sulphur Spring. Valley. F r
particulars apply at the office
of the Tombstone Epitaph.
C. S. ABBOTT.
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5? - atari's.
Sn 2.nc.5 a ?sE
S-S Sw 3 3 3,2
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AS UNDER THE FORMER MANAGE
ment, this saloon will continue to retail
nothing but tbe straight goods, whxb gave the
"Pony" such a well-deserved reputation. T. B,
Rlpy's celebrated Anderson County, Kentucky,
(four-year-old sour-mash) Bourbon, and J. M.
Athorton's equally celebrated Tea EettleRye, of
the same age, retailed at 12W cents.
The Best "Bit" Cigar to be had
in the City, a Specialty.
T. A. JONKH. Proprietor.
I will redeem all Warrants
drawn on the Connty Contin
gent Fund, from Nos. 162 to
170, both inclusive, if pre
sented within ten days. ,
A. J. RITTER,
Tombstone, Dec. 26, 1885.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE FIR T
ludtclal district, Territory of ArizoB
U unty of Cochise; Gustav Anderson vs. G
Rulledge ct al. All per.ona claiming or holding
liens on the property hereafter described, are
notified to be and appear In the above entitled
court on Monday, the 2nd day of November, 1885,
the same being tbe first day of tbe next succeed
ing term or said court, and to eznlbit them and
there the proofs of their respective demands and
Hens. The matter of the hearing and determin
ing said claims and liens will be heard on same
day or at such other time as the same may be
adjourned to. This notice is given in an action
brought by Gustav Anderson, plaintiff, against
Geo. Itatledge and James S. Fruit, defendants,
to recover the bu. of f 669 with costs and attor
ney's fee-, and have such demand declared a Hen
on the Alps mine, which Is in the complaint
dscribed as follows .
Beginning at the inlt al monument on center
of claim at a 4x4 post marked I. M. Alps M. C.
no. 1, from which U.S. mineral monument No 1
tw.p. J) tK' V lim 4l.l.nl . !. u r n. V
27 feet to post No. 2, thence S 48 32' W 867 fee
to post No. 3; thence N 57 49' W 600 feet to post
No. 4; thence N 48' r7' E 1168 feet to post No. 5;
thence S 57 48' E 6R9 feet to post No 6 ; thence
S 48' 32' 'A' 697 feet to place of beginning. Said
mine Is In the Tombstone Mining District, and
is bounded on tbe N B by tbe Grand Central
mine. W. H. SEAMANS,
Clerk District Court.
By C.W. Clum, Deputy -lerk.
GOODRICH SMITH Atlye.for PialntiB.
Notice of Forfeiture.
TO J. E. FA1UES, J. J. NEELY, G. G.
Moore, A Lane. E II. Fordt'an ,VV. A. Beck
ham, R. O. Fa'res, h B. Moore, J. H Chambers.
Z. T. Hogan, S B. Garrett, E. Ilalght, R 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 l).s
Gabeias, .now known as the Tevls mining dis
trict, Com ty ofCoch'S" and Territory of Arizona;
locution notice recorded lu Dook 3, page 110, of
transcribed records ot Cochise county, A. T., In
order to hold the Ualm for the year ending
December, 1835, under the provisions of section
2.321. Revised Statutes of the United States.
Thtre'ore, if within ninety days from publication
of this notice, von fall or refuse to cont lbute.
each of you, your proportion of said expenditure
and cott of this publication as co-owners, yonr
Intere ts in said mine or claim will become tbe
property of the undersigned, uncer section 8,324.
Tombstone, September 25, 1885.
For T8king Insane Persons to
Notice is hereby given th-t thu Board of Super
visors of Cochise county will receive sealed pro
posals f r taking the county's insane to Stocton,
On!., during tbe year 1886, or until tho Territorial
Insane Asylum stall be finished, should It be fin
ished within tbe yesr.
Such proposals to be filed with the Clerk of the
Bonrd, at or before 10 o'clock a. m., January 4th,
1836, at which time bids will be opened and
the contract let to the lowest, responsible bidder.
Each bid must be accompanied by a gond a d
sufficient bond In the sum of one thou-and dol
lars lor the fillbful performance of tbe contract.
Contract price to be paid in county warrants
drawn on the general fund.
Tho Hoard restrves the right to reject any and
A. O. WALLACE, JNO. MONTGOMERY,
Dec 23d, 1885. lOtd 1
ST W m
Bv virlne of authority
vested in me by the Board oi
Su'iervipors of Tochise oounty
at a regular meeting or said
Board, held on the 6th day oi
October, 885, 1 hereby oiler a
reward of500 tor 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 oi S26U lor the apprehen
sion, dead or alive, of any one
of said Gcronimo's band of
renegade Indians who haye
been engaged with him in his
murderous raids through Co
clnse. County. Said apprenen
sion to earn the above rewards
must ue made by some person
or persons not in tne military
service ot.the United istates.
it. S. HATCH,
Tombstone, Ariz., Oct. 6, 1885-
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LAW. AND COLLECTION OFFIGE.
Toughnut Mt., bet. Fourth nnd Fifth.
Charles G. Johnston,
Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public.
J. E. Palmer,
Mr. Johnson will practice In all the courts of
the ttri'tory, In both civil and olmmal cares
Mr. Palmerwlll dewitehis alien ion.ss expert
In bookkeeping; also to boi kkeeping, searching
of records, opytng, abstracting, convej anribg
and all other business connected therewith.
For the convenience of urlnees men and ether)
hav ne past due nd other claims lor adj sfnent
and coll ctlon, this office Hers unparalled ad
vantsres Mr. I'almer will keen, for tbe benefit
of b' Iders ol real estate, special bonk for the
entry of houses atd lands for sale or to rot.
Deeds, morigseos and liases will be carefully
drawn aud rents collected, and as Loth brancbea
oftbls office ncd youi iiolroiace. It Is certainly
(taken In conjunction with tbclr long experience
in the above business specialties) a sufficient
gusrantce of promt t ess and economy. Mr.
i blmer will also transact, ax acent In 1 ombstone,
business of any nature lor p rs ins living abroad,
guaranteeing thtm sa ety, satisfaction snd dis
patch. Ill lm
WE HAVE TRISDW SOLT) ANDTRANS
ferred unto II. J Sadler tbe bu-lness
etoCK of mercliannlKe, boik accounts and all
partnership tflicie be'nnglng f ns inder tbe
flrmnsmeof Bothln, Twtva & Co.. and said co
partnership is dlrsohed by mriual consent.
J C. BOTH IN.
TiiHbstonx. Nov. 2. 181-5 73 lm
WANTED TO PELL OR TRADE FOR A
good wa?nn and two horses a fun i-bed
hnue of three Isree rooms, s'tna'ed in the town
ofBtrbce, Ariz AI'O, ore half or the whole of
the Bon 'Ion saloon, now rcp by Clark & Dunn,
tbe two buildings renting for senty collars per
month, row Apply to HANK Pl'RSELL,
658m M Uisbee, Aria.
Notice to Creditors.
k ALL PERbONS I'AV'XO CLAIMS
Olagalrst thee-tnte f Julian RrJs. deceased,
a.e hereby notify to present the came with pro
per vouchers to me at mv store on Ft moot
street, on or before the 8ih day of January
168S, JAMES BROWN,
A COMFORTABLE HOUSE -F VE ROD'MS
furnished; frnlt aurt flower cardene Located
on Bruce street, betwinn Fifth and Sixth. For
ale at a bargain Enquire of
The regular annual meeting of the stockholder
of tbe banta Ana, San Juan Ravilsta ana Bron
zosa mining companies, all of tho Territory of
Arizona, for tbe election of oticrs rnd directors
lortheenmlni year, will he held at the otneoof
tbe said companies, in Tombstorc, A. T on
Monday, Januaiy 18, 1886.
Tombstone, A.T., Dec. 29, 1885. 22dv)
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