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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 1 December 1885

wwr THE ABLY TONJS 0 Old Sortf--. TOMBSTONE. VRIZONA. TUESDAY EVENING. "DECEMBER 1 . '85. Vulurae V,.. 0 !-,! ..- i t -" 3"rf'",Tn B TOMBS HAKKT STEYKXSOX THE WILLOWS" RUN BY Harry and Johnny. Fancy Mixed Drinks or all Kinds a Specialty. Tea Kittle Rye, and Cliff Spring r isouvDon. a.isq LAMARQUISITA CIGAR. "i Allen Street, bet- Third and Fourth KTNixt door to tlie O K. Corral. J. V. VICKERS. Fremont Street. rKeal Estate, Mines, Money ant Innurance. Real Estate-BonsM, snia aud Kccus. nlb-et'ona Made. Taxc-a Paid, etc. Mines Bought and Sold Monev-Loaa Notlatiid and luTCilmenla Made. insurance Fi Afddent aad Life Notary Public ur s r ombgifone Jai;l ;sT ALLEN STREET, iJOUN r. CKOWLKV. p. Choicest of Wines, a;id Irapored L tr qnorsand Cigars. Card Rooms,, ilixfd Diinkb nf-pectalt OeiXSfci5v- Byar & Baldwin Wholpa' na rcU.i Healers in BQCk S&lt, Barb? POTA fOES, CANNED GOODS, jm and an siti-'s oi GROCERIES. Oo'jd: cold cheaper tma snj utbo, ptc. la lows. uITt us Csll ". ALLISON,...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 1 December 1885

"s 53 .fiuffqj&.riiafw h 1 I Funeral ArrausmeeBti. I.vm.tNAroMS Inil., Nov. 29. Ar rangements for the funeral of Vice President Hendricks are now about complete, and the order of the pro cession has been determined upon ns follows: Mounted police. Military band from Columbus bar racks. General Fred Kneiler, marshal of the day, and staff. Adjutant General Kouteze and btaff. Military companies. Hearse and guard of honor. Mrs. Hendricks, and family. The President of the United State ami members of the cabinet. Ex-President Hayes, judges of the United States court and State Sen ator. Members of the house of represen tatives. Ciovernoio of states with their staffs Civic organizations. Mayor, city officers, members of the council and other municipal bodies. Citizens in carriages. The proceeion will be in three di visions, each under a grand marshal and aids. The line of march will be from the church through the principal streets of the city to the cemetery. At Hendricks' residence thi...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 1 December 1885

"nnr'fi i' i in-" '- - GENERAL NEWS. 'the rim am J'oiyr of wi'h'llYTHISG CUltJtKST. Points Jotted Down By Our Reporters, bo Are Always on the Alert for Any Item ot News That May Transpire. Don't pas the Fifth atrest New Depot, but come in and examine the stock. 12-1 Zcphers, yarns, and all kinds of fancy poods, at the New SUre. Bead the new advertisement and locals of Summerfield Bros., which ap pear iu another columnst. Havana Lillies, the best in the city at Fortlouis'. Holiday goods arriving every day at the Fifth street News Depot. If you don't wish to buy, come in and take a look anyway. 12-1 F ine Teas and Coffeej s apecialty at R. P. Mansfield's. "i:iuc." Albums', dressing cases, books, pic ture frames, ladies satchels, Christinas cards, at bedrock prices, at the Fifth street News Depot. 12-1 Ladies plain ana embroidered flan nel underwear, sit the New York Store. B. H. Peterson, Leo Komer, Ochoa ville ; J. W. Duncan, E. W. Perkins, Fairbank; N. Mundich, Benson; A. Nardine, S...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 1 December 1885

PATRONIZE DIRECT IMPORTATION PROFESSIONAL CARDS. KK 4H H f( FOE, SALE. The Cnltb lanch ncav iho Dra gcoa mountains Icnown as the Lynch ranch together with CO head of eattlo ami all improvements. For pirlioiilars inquire of Mrs. W. E. Morris, Safford street, one house from the foundry. aug24-Gv 0. B. TARBELL, 11EAI.EK Itl Fancy and Staple GRGCEE1ES Fruits, Nut, Candies, Liquors of the Finest quality and Tobac cos of all kinds. Kcr; constantly on hand the finest brands of ri-':irs ard can underM-11 any m.m In town One me a trial and be coin lined. N. E. COR SIXTH AND ALLEN. T. A. Atchison's old stand. NOTICE. To the Tax Payor of Co chise County, Arizona: The Tenitorial and County Tax es for tile current year ef 1885 are due and payable at the oflice of the Tax Collector of said County, in the city of Tombstone, and must be paid on 01 before tin; third Monday in December, lSc-5, and on failure to pay the same as above provided, a penalty f five per cent will Le added thcrel A. J. RITTE...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 2 December 1885

THE DAILY TOMBSrrONlfi. OKI Series TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY EVENING. DEOEMBEK 2 . '85. Volume IV, NO. 100 UAKUr STEVENSON THE WILLOWS" RUN BY Harry and Johnny. Fancy Mixed Drinks of all Kinds a Specialty. Tea Kettle Rye, and Clitt' Springs Bonrbon. Also LAMARQUISITA CIGAR Allen Street, bet- Third and Fourth jJjTNext door to he O K. Corral. J. V. VICKERS. Fremont Street. Kcrtl Estate, Mines, Money antf Insurance. Real Estate Bontat, Sold aud Kt-Ltra olUctionn Made, Taxes Paid, etc. Mines Buacht and Sold. MonOV-lAian. gotiatd Hiid luvt-stmeota Made, f lnSUrance-Fl' Aecldent and Mfe Notary Public ombgifosie partis ;s, ALLEN STREET, Choicest of Wines, and Imtiored Li qnor3and Cigars. Card Rooms. Mixed Drinks tpecialt zJ&k. Dyar & Baldwin Whnlesa'a auo relt".l dealers in Book Salt, Eatiey POTATOES, CANNED GOODS, and all kinds of GROCERIES. Coods sold cheaper than any othci place 111 town, utvc US call. T. ALLISON, - - Ma.vaokr PONY SALOON. AHttu -Struct. As under the. former...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 2 December 1885

'I int e-h art si fo 1 ! 'C Jut n ita idj trit' OR V. c e l'e He i .1 rl Ale I I y , ul led e a urq tor la Le Cor unci to I f SAC rat' -liar 1st. ispo el 5( me J eeti ' 1 M t relu .fui ippi' me rene ongi 0113' guc I sorn i mil i I V I eJ Ast prlim fef I uijlitly! .. my sleoc, . but to conquer ,,o and not to griee. SHE. ,o, indeed, you did not grieve me. Happiness may breathe a tigh, And the he.irt jour own has taken Answers thus, and tells jou why. IT. (Young brother behind the curtain.) Let yer, Mister, that's all taffy; She was thinkin' what a nieos All this kits and huggin' business Was makin' of her dress. Doston Courier. n . I'LOT. A Selieme Worked in thiH City to Eulrup Gculilea. S. F. Chronicle 1 The fctrenuousness of the Federal prosecution of offenders against the law for the suppression of polygamy in Utah lias driven the Mormon lead ers to desperation. It -is not surpris ine that conspiracies are now heard of to turn its edge against prominent tientiles and that ery cleve...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 2 December 1885

GENERAL NEWS. TIIK PITH Ay It POINT OF tfi'KKYTHINO CUHItKST. Points Jotted Down By Our Reporters, ho Aie Always on the AUn't for An 3 Item of Mows That May Transpire. Mrs. Broderick was burittd thin af ternoon. New advertisements continue to come in. Sixteen cases of new holiday goods just received ut Sunimerfield Bros, d-1 Ben Baron is fitting up a new bar ber shop in the Occidental hotel. Two feet of snow in rensylvunia,and Jans iii uic in Arizona. Zephers, yarns, and all kinds of fancy good, at the New Stre. Havana Lillies, the best in the city at Fortlouis'. Fine Teas and Co ffecj 8 apecialty at R. P. Mansfield's. Ladies plain ana embroidered flan nel underwear, at the New York Store. Have you seen the show windows of Seaman & Son. 11-18 Dyar & Baldwin have a line lot of live Thanksgiving turkeys. 11-19 Fred Smith is the traveling agent and correspondent of the Epitaph. Fred ii a good man for this work. Chas. Shibell took his departure this morning for Guadalupe canyon ...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 2 December 1885

i u "l PATRONIZE DIRECT IMPORTATION PROFESSIONAL CAHDS. EK. ssi H ) 1 ttlt u n' a) ui; fft ui aej ui m 5 1 I '4' FOR SALE. Tl.e Catt'o ranch ncm. iho Dra iOon mountains l:nov.'ii as the Lynch ranch together with CO head of cattle and all improvements. For pnrticulars inquire of Mrs. W. E. Moriis, Safford street, one house from the foundry. aug24-Gw 0. B. TARBELL, iirAi.rit m Fancy and Staple GROCERIES Fruit", Nut, Candies, Liquors of the Finest quality and Tobac cos of all kinds. Keep- constantly on liand the flnet brnnda of i.mis itt'U uii underfill any man In town (iiu1 mo a tiial nd be com lined.. N. E. COR SIXTH AND ALLEN. T. A. Atchison's old stand. NOTICE. To the Tax Payers of Co chise County, Arizona; The Territorial and County Tax es for tue current year ef lSSo are due and payable at the office of the Tax Collector of said County, in the city of Tombstone, and must b-j paid on oi before the third .Monday in December, 1SS5, and on failure to pay the same as above provided, a...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 3 December 1885

y JL CPwll JtO 11 Vl& M2d& fUi t'ri'M TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. THURSDAY EVENING. DEOEMBEiJ 3. 'Sff. Vo'.une J-M 101 r i. ! -Mr, 11 2 i. , X. .; m s,-v ,nB IS- etMK v- -timmmj IF. mm ffl i$MMs 4 r JSiHEi K 'SIbppppW" KIPKi , -iesHr ' fmmfc v. nfwi.Ki HllCItV STT.VKNsoN WILLOWS" Ul N HY PHarry and Johnny. ucy iHixtid Driuks oi Ki.-itis a Specialty. all Katie Uye, ami Cliff Spnnjp Bourbon. AKo KAMAUQUISLTA CIGAR. Street, bot Third and Fourth "Next door to 'lie O K. Coiral. Items of Interest. The Pioneer mills flour, acra entc, i the liest in the market. For sale at the Cash Stole of WlHaMTT .V ME6SICK. After lire.iki'u-t, td miikc yourself fee 'I'lPPIi K to Aslimun & V!k'-is iitxl ptirchnse a choice imported ciijir. V. V1CKERS. Fremont Street. Estate, Mines, Money atn Insurance. It Estate !i'n2M. sold ami IteUoa It'on Made, Taxes 1'aiiJ, etc. les-H"'i"t aud fold 1CV Loan. Ne-p-tiau-d -mil Investments FJIISUrance- H"" M-cldent aafl l.'to Notary lJu"blic Lump't St. Louis teer on d...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 3 December 1885

L, i t If m ' m T1J lust 111 ties Cease. rfo.M, Dec. 2. Reports from Prince Ali'tntiders' headquarters at the front tatc that the Bulgarians continue their forward movement. A severe battle was fought at Tirol, in which the Bulgarians forced the Servians to retire at the point of the bayonet and cuptiiicd that town. The town is oc cupied by a force of Bulgarians, and a portion of Prince Alexander's army lias advanced several kilometres be yond it. Constantinople, Dec. 2. The Porte has telegraphed to Prince Alex ander, asking him to stop the advance of the Bulgarian army in Servia. Salo.vica, Dec, 2. Turkish war preparations continue on a large scale. Seventy thousand troops,50,000 horses and ICO cannons have been landed at this port during tlio la6t few days. The Turks are confident of being able to repel u single attack by cither Greece or Servia, or a combined at tack by both. Turkish troops are being masM-d in the vicinity of Novi Baar. Vienna, Dec. 2. Dispatches re ceived here s...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 3 December 1885

GENERAL NEWS. TJTE PJTll ASD POINT OF vi'KUYTUISG- CU Jilt EST. Points Jotted Down By !Our Reporters, Who Are Always on the Alert for Any Item ot News That May Transpire. A. O. U. W. meet to-night. Havana Lillics, the best in the. city at Fortlouis'. Bishop Dunlap departed this morn ing for Tucson. Sixteen cases of new holiday goods just received at Summerfield Bros. d-1 M. Rosfiiberg, of Benson, eame in last evening and is attending to the payment of his taxes to-day. Zephers, yarns, and all kind of fancy goods, at the New Strc. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fnller departed far the Mammoth mine on the lower San Pedro yesterday, and will remain there until after Christmas. Fine Teas and Coffee? s apecialty at K. P. Ma in-field V. Klllf." Wallace Corbet, foreman of the Con tention, departed this morning. While there lie will call and ee Johnny Caley, and tell us all about him on his return. Full Hock nlf IkxiU fi S4 at J .Miners Bro. The flooring for the new skating rink arrived vt Fairhank yes...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 3 December 1885

i! if i i M . O A I C Tiefat'.IoianLh ncai tho Dra fn mountains known as the Lynch ranch together with (JO head of cattle and all improvements. For particulars inquire of Mrs. W. E. Morris, Safford street, one house from the foundry. aug24-Gw 0. B. TARBELL, pru.ctt in Fancy and Staple GEGCBR1ES Fruits-, Nut, Candies, Liquors of the Finest quality and Tobac cos of all kinds. Kn-iis rnnt.mth on hand the finest brands of -i-'iirs. :ii il rail undersell an) nun in town fine rau .i trial nml be comlneed. N. E. COtt SIXTH AND ALLEN. T. A. Atchison's old stand. NOTICE. To the Tax Payers of Co chise County, Arizona: The Ten itoriol and County Tax es for tire current year ef 1SS5 are due and payable at the oftieeof the Tik Collector of said Count', in the city of Tombstone, and must be paid on m before the third Monday in December, lSi.", and on faihire to pay the same as above provided, a penalty 'i five per cent will be added therel A. J. HITTER, Trwurer and ox-Ofiicio Tax Col lector for C...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 4 December 1885

THE DAELY TOMBSTONE 3 Vo' une J' ,lsv. 102 TOMBSTONE. AltlZONA. FKIDA.Y EVENING. DEGEMBEK 4. '85. 0U1 Series ibition. Exhibit on. Books, Gold Pens, Dolls, Toys, Games, EX&L y&. .s And Fancy Goods so The Goods 1o The Public. x , ,. ., ... ,L.. o sS- From anu auer mis ohw oum- erfield Bros would inform their ds and patrons that all ac- lis -will be closed, and no new will be opened. Nothing reafter can go out of the tore 'except for cash, We take this jaethod of informing the public ana our friends of our resolution so taht they will not ask for cred t which will be positively refused in all cases there being no distinction We will sell our goods from 15 to 20 per cent below rmer prices for cash and positively no credit to any one, Vrc ;ire compelled to take this step owing to the dull time, and will not deviate from this rule with any person whatsoever- Respectfully. SUMMERFIELD BROS Dont Forget: What! THAT MRS. WOODS ban the most elrsnut room in town, single or In suite. TIR...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 4 December 1885

surer ctor i ma T Cor. e under: . public s to the eeta, v SJl't: 1( saddl' le lates lirliank. ,oda to i ansporta Sfels s 550(; By vU jj .n uie ay -f Coch i meetiugl j,, Gth day'!' offer a i prehensi rcnegadt And by a f urthe j appiehe one oi rencgad engaged ous raic Such i above ' some p militar ', States. J nit re f tore, o n clears, 2 C.gara.1 ereryttli Ashman price. ltln' fer auch W drerentrt1! cfeascd fc T Iceb-i '1 7 ISumlltouOIltckell Fight. riAN Francisco, Dec. 3. One of the most determined prize prize fights that was ever fought on this coaBt took place at Alviso, Santa Clara county, between Billy Hamilton of San Jose and young Mitchell of this city, both light weights. The first meeting between the combatants was on Sunday at San Rafael where the sheriff, however, appeared on the scene and stopped the proceedings before the men got into the ring. To-day, however, their rendezvous at Alviso remained secret and the fight went on without interruption. After twenty-three hard f...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 4 December 1885

GENERAL NEWS. THE PITH AM I'OIST OP vt'KllYTHISa VUlt It EST. Points .Tuttod Uown By Our Reporters. Who Are Always on tint Alert tor Any Item ot NewsThutMay Transpire. Mrs. Anion Cross left yesterday morning for California to viiit rela tives. Tom Sorin came iu from hit ranch in the Dragoons thin morning. Mr. Ben Baron will open a barber hop next door to Capt. Rafferty's saloon iu a few days. Captain He ne came in from Bis bee to-day. Havana Lillies, the best in the city at Fortlouis'. Judge Hayncs took his departure this morning for his home in Tucson. Our stock of boots and shoes are the finest this side of San Francisco, at Summeriield Bros. "EI Up." Bead the mammoth advertisement of Sol Israel which appears in another column. Sixteen cases of new holiday goods just received at Summerfield Bros, d-1 Bead Schmeiding's new advertise ment which appears on the second page of this issue. Zephers, yarns, and all "kinds of fancy goods, at the New Stere. John W. Conwell, our traveling co...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 4 December 1885

fl ! 1 ! lt If mi: . i I $600 HEWARD By virtue of thcauthority vested in me by tlie Board of Supervisors of Cochise County at a regular meeting of said Board, held on the Gth day of October, 1883, I hereby offer a leward of S500 for the ap prehensien, dead or alive, of the renegade Apache Chief Geronimo. And by the same authority I ofier a further reward of $250 for the apprehension, dead or alive, of any one of said Geronimo's band cf renegade Indians who have br engaged with him in his inurde ous raids through Cochise County. Such apprehtnsion, to earn the above rewards, must be made by some person or persons not in the military service of the United States. R. S. HATCH, Sheriff TRUSTEE'S SALE. Whereas, The lialtlc-Miake Mining Com pany,.i c-uipor.itioi, duly organized unci ex isting under and b virtue or the l.ius of tli State of Illinois, executed it-, ccituin bund plir-uaMl to a ierolutii.il by ils Bo.ud of D, rcctois .icd February llhli, lb&4. bil. bond bcin.r numbered "ir...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 5 December 1885

AlXTir TOMBSTONE, THE Old Series TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. SATURDAY EVENING DECEMBER 5. '85. Volume JV, NO. 103 Exhibition. Exhibition. Dolls, Toys, Games, tkjf '- ' .HCilliiiHt-. Writing Desks, r " ?r Books, Gold Pens, Fans,. Albums . CHRISTMIS AND NEW YEAR'S CARDS, Toilet Cases and Painted China Ware, And Fancy Goods of Every Description AT SOL. ISRAEL'S The Goods were Bought in the East for Cash and will be Sold at a ZDC2. SU 1 1 rO fit- io The Public. From and after this date Sum merfield Bros would inform their friends and patrons that all ac- ounts wlU be closed, and no new ones will be opened. Nothing hereafter can go out of the store except for cash, We take this method of informing the public ana our friends of our resolution so tahtthey will not ask for credt which will be positively refused in all cases there being no distinction We will sell our goods from 15 to 20 per cent below rmer prices for cash and positively no credit to any one, We nre compelled to take this step owing...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 5 December 1885

M !!'' ;l iii ni! : t nar i Ml 1 ii 9 3 ? -. m I s - - fifiieral AUin Report. Wamiington, Dec. 4. General J. C. Atkiua, commissioner of Indian Af fair, ha tubinitlcil to the Secretary of the Interior his annual report for the tiscal yp;ir ended Juno 30, 1885. The cuuuiiiioner iief.icef) hU leport with the ftiiteinent that it requites no seer to foretell or fore.-ee the civiliza tion of tue Indian race as a result naturally dedueible fiom a knowledge and practice on their part of the art of agriculture, for the history of agri culture, ainoni all people and in all countries, intimately connected it with the highest intellectual and moral development of man. lie continues: The increased inter est in agricultuio manifested t-incc the opening of last spring and the nrep.irationc on several leservations for N.ill .'.tiger increase of acreage in farming, aie among the peaceful signu of Indian pro;re!s and development. This brings me to 'he consideration of the practical polie which 1 beli...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 5 December 1885

GENERAL NEWS. THE riTII AND FOIST OF WKKYTniXG CURRENT. Points Jotted Down B3 Our "Reporters, Who Are Always on the Alert for Any Item ot News That May Transpire. This was law day in the County court. "Elite." Sixteen cases of new holiday goods just received 11 1 Summerfield Bros. d-1 Go to church to-morrow and bo good. Zephers, yarns, and all kinds of fancy goods, at the New Stare. . Councilman Rafferty is confined to his room by sickness. Fine Teas and Coffeei s apecialty at R. P. Mansfield's. Uniform rates of advertising have been established in this city. Blankets and quilts very cheap at the New York Store. Mr. Harris of the Babacomari re turned to his home this afternoon. "Elite." The Board of Superv isors will meet next Monday. A11 new style dress goods, at the New York Store Full stock :alf boots foi $i at. I. Meters it Bros. Our thanks are due to Geo. B. Nash, of Savannah, Georgia, for late eastern and southern papers. Business men would do well to look at the mammoth adver...

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 5 December 1885

.m r 1 1 t St I ' I !f! n n it:.- if '(. in in tf i .1 U r $500 REWARD By virtue of t'icautbority vested in me by the Board of Supervisors of Cochise Count at a regular 111001111" of said Board, held on the (5th day of October, lSS.'i, I hereby offer a leward of SoOO for the ap pivhet sieii ileiid or a'ive, of the renegade Ap.iche Chief (ieroniino. And by tlie Sctiue authority I of lor a further reward of $230 for the apprehension, dead or alive, of any one of said Geronimo's band i-f renegdde Indians who have brM en-'atred with him in bis mu relet ous raids through Cochise Counly. Such apprehension, to earn the above rewards, must be made by somi person or persons not in the military .service of the United States. R. S. HATCH, Sheriff. TRUSTEES SALE. Wiii.ftev.Tlic UuiilcMiaku .Mining Cum pan, a t-uiporjliuii duly organized audix- JItir Wider anu U.v Tirluu ot Ihe l.tus ol tin State ot Illmoit., executed it- vituiii bond-iiur.-uanl to a rei-ulullmi by lit. Board of Hi liitois i-a-....

Publication Title: Daily Tombstone, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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