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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Tombstone. — 26 December 1885

l?C t C u f 'rais BAnrr TOMBSTONE. Old Series Exhibition. Dolls, Toys, Games, & -jifeft.- gbfo-'-i- JiW r4- A And Fancy Goods SO The Goods To The Public. From and after this date Sum merfield Bros would inform their friends and patrons that all ac ounls will 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 and our friends of our resolution so taht they 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 90 per cent .below rmer prices or cash and positively no credit to vy one, We nre compelled to ketbis step owing to the dull time, and will not deviate from this iule with any person whatsoever- Respectfully. 'SUMMERFIELD BROS 5ont Forget. What! THAT SS. WOODS baa the most eiesant rooms in town, JnRle or In suite. FIBE IK ALL KOOMS IF REQUIRED. Terms Reasonable. 617 FremontSt- Three Doors Above 6th. MRS. M.L...

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. — 26 December 1885

k i'1 , ti: THE DAILY TOMBSTONE - ' The Pioneer Daily ot the Camp. DECEMBER - .1885 VWBJIMiKH EVEKY EVENING. "ilclu Excepted.) -MT- JAMES J. NASH. TELEGRAPHIC. Salt Lake, Utah, Dec. 24. The jury iu the Uringh.unton conspiracy oase brought in a verdict of guilty to night after being out one hour. The jmuUhnicul may he one year in the county jail or one thousand dollars bne. The rumor that U. S. Attorney ls.ixou had withdrawn iii resignation "..use much ijciciug ti-iiij,'lit. 'I he rumor is authentic. CaatasutiuB lnf muter--. ituwkco, Dec. 24. The prepara tions for the national convention vt the third and fourth-clash iio&tinattera in thi city, which i to take place on February 15, 1SS0, are almofct euiu-j.-h-tt. Tiie ryani?er ar out iu an eluboiate circular to-day, in which th importune i a convention in urged and need of postniater outlined. Claim 'ill be urged ujon Congress to pay rent, light and fuel for third and fourth-class puctmaaters. The circular dclares that the preta o...

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. — 26 December 1885

GENERAL NEWS. UK PITH AND POINT OP vvKKYTHIXG CURRENT. Points Jotted Down By Our "Reporters, Who Are Always on the Alert for Any Item ot News That May Transpire. Yesterday was a very orderly day no fights ; no arrests. Our streets were thronged with strangers yesterday. Yesterday was a gala day in this city. Sergeant Corn and wife were among the visitors from Fort Huachuca yes terday. Deputy Sheriff Crowley, of Wilcox, came over on Thursday evening to spend the holidays. The funeral of the lat William Richards took place this afternoon and was largely attended by his numerous friends ana acquaintance. W. A. McAlister, late of Benson, has accepted position as barkeeper with Messrs. Caesar fc Wehrf ritz, of the Crystal Palace. Installation of oflcers of King Solo mon Lodge, F. and A. M., will take place at their lodge room this (Satui day) evening. One of those street fakes, with a board upon which knives are stuck, and which upon the payment of 25 cents entitles the stranger to three...

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. — 26 December 1885

t it. IU t iW '4 It f. I I fc P I I te rn I i $500 REWARD By virtue of t'leuuthority vested in me by the Board of Supervisor of Cocliku County at a regular inui'tiuy of .sail Boaul, held oh the (itli .lay of October, ibS.", I hereby oiler a icwaid of SoOO for the ap. pichuiisieii, dead or aJive, of the lcneg.ide .paeln; Chief Geroniuio. And In tho same authority I offer a further lewaid of 8230 for thu npjxclu'iiiion, dead or alive, of any one ot said (jeiommo'& band f lciiegide lndifjis who have Ik m ensured with him in hh niurde oils l.iiiis. through (JocLhe (,ou; v. fcfuch appielunsion, to efcrn rhe above j.ii-, imi-t be made iv .sujii j ci oi pciois :ic; .ii vin i military .-.oivkv of the ."n ;x P S HATCH, SLi'-dT. J. .riONASOH, MERCHANT TAILOR. IL.tin ac.urcd tliubcrvicck of J. W. FAKRETT, -A. i.rsT-01e.S5 Cutter. rum D. nifi t':7-u'&fln I'li-J-Class Workmanship tVrf'rrt FIT UmiraiiTt'wl! J. ivlUNASCH, FIFTH; TKE5ET, Mew Cryctal Pxi.lo.oe. OTIOE. 1V To iw T;ix Piiyoj-s ...

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 January 1886

TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. MONDAY EVENING JANUAKT 4. '86. Tofctfte FVrNO.--1-26 Taylor Frush's Oriental Circus and Combined -CTH Series 2 O w O ... - - -.f fevk The Biggest, The Grandest, The Fairest, The Squarest, And positivelyf the only big show, . th-dt wm! vsit the . I 3- THE OLD FASH ION ONE RING .CJRCUSl Take;the little ones to see Master Mel ville and La Petite Marie. . - The youngest and.smallest - -aerial- artists .living, age 8 ancllO years. Their astound ing feats upon-the flying bars astonish the world. ' These alone are rweil". worth the p-ic9 ufnimiss'on ehuyrftcL; ' . Id Tied. ''Ajl.ra &nej ADMISSION ememlei" tlie -ftei'iiooix Performance at 2:30 p. rri. E veiling- at 7:30 I 1.00. CHILDREN -6O-0ts. To 'The Public. i " From 'and after this date Suni merfieldBros would inform their friends and patrons that all ac oounta will be closed, and no new nes will be opened. Nothing hereafter can go out of the store except fbi-i cash, We take this jnethod ofi informing the public ...

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 January 1886

c V W B -T-ruS DAILY TOMBSTONE T.uPin) Daily ot tho Camp. JANUAKT 1866 PVBJ.I.-HED EVERY EVENING, 'Sundays Excepted.) JAMBS J. NASH. Office on Allen Street, north aide, between Third and Fourth. Deavcred by Carriers for 25 cenW a Week County Officers. Sheiiff. . 8. HATCH Treasurer A.J. BITTER Keconlflr ,...A. JONE District Attorney .....W. H. SAVAGE -Icr!; District Court W. H.SEAMANS Mtm-j r.. , H. G.HOWE Ooro.il r..... II. M. MATTHEWS Public Adraininmoi JAMES DEAN "mbate Judge B. L. PEEL JountyJudire WEBSTER STREET Assessor W.'R. BURKE BOARD OF SUrEKVISOBS: JOHN MONTGOMERY Chairman T .. WHITE Member .t.P. MCALLISTER Member A. O.WALLACE Clerk City Officers UnvMi- I'UArfT.VS V THOMAS foiiiH-ilman J. P. RAFFERTY Councilman u. uunn '.'uiinrilman PIDWELL Councilman R. S. KNIGHT reorder LEE GA8TON viiierot Police JAS. COYLE Citr Treasurer J.. L. .MELOREN Sandy Bob's Stage Line, t:ij;e o connect with Eaitern aad West e. ii bound trains learns at 9:15 a. n. taste for Biabee leaves every da...

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 January 1886

.GENERAL NEWS. II K PJTII AND POINT OF WKTIYTIIIKG CURRENT. Points Jotted Down By Our "Reporters, .Yh Are Always on the Alert for Any Item ot News That May, Transpire. The K. of P. meet to-night. The public schools re-opened this morning with a full attendance. The Indian squaw recently captured near Bisbee takes life easy in the county jail. Fred Smith has returned from Cal ifornia, whether he took an insane man. Jude Peel has returned from Los Angeles, where he has been spending the holidayswithMiis children. The preliminary examination of the Apache squaw will lake place before Judge Easton this evening, in the District Court room. Notwithstanding Old Sol has been shedding his warm rays over, this sec tion for the past three days, the snow still remains on tho ground, and the weather is very -chilly. Messrs. Parker & Shibell returned last evsning from Tucson and will de part to-morrow for Guadalupe Canyon. Martin O'Laughlin has opened a first-class butcher shop on Fremont and...

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 January 1886

! $500 REWARD liy virtue of thcauthority vested ia me by tlie Board of Supervisor of Cochise County at a regular meeting of said Board, held on tte 6th day of October, 1885, 1 hereby otter a ievaro! of S500 for the ap jnuheiisien, dead or alive, of the u-negade Apnehe Chief Geronimo. And by the same authority I offer a further reward of S250 for "the sipp.eheiision.-dead or alive, of any oru of said Geruuiiiio's, band -f nin-g de Indians "who have br" : enyayed with him in his murde. ous mids through Cochise County, tfucli apprehuision, to earn the alwvc rewards, must be made by s'ini.- person or. persons not in the military service of the United fctates. li. A BATCH, Sheriff. J. IViONASCH, MERCHANT TAILOR. Havin curvd the services of .1. -W. PA11KETT, .A. First.-01a.ss Cutter. Fiom Denver First-Class Workmanship and Perfect FIT Guaranteed J. MONASCH, F I F T H12S T R E'E T, Npar Crystal Palace. NOTICE. To the Tax Payers of Co chise County, Arizona: The Territorial mnd County Tax es...

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. — 6 January 1886

Old Series TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY EVENING-. JANUAKT 6. '86. Volume UV, NO. 128 Comet Saloon Allen Street Between Sixth and Seventh Streets. PASQUALE NIGRO,Prop. Would niiiuttiiice to the public that he has just received an invoice of line liquors; also some extra nne .uari'wi an" atuucwsj Brandy, fort M inc and Holland Gin, and a Un-t: murk of Zinfindel and other imported wines. In connection with tke saloon is a line billiard table. JOHN F. CItoWLET. HARlir STEVENSON THE WILLOWS" KUN BY Harry and Johnny. Fancy Mixed Drinks of' all Kinds a Specialty. Tea Kettle Rye, and Cliff Springs .Bourbon. Also LAMA RQUISI TA CIGAR. Allen Street, bet- Third and Fourth SjTNcxt door to the O K. Corral. ALLEN STREET, Choicest of Wines, and Impored Li qnors and Cigars. Card Booms, llixed Drinks aSpecwlt Grand Opening OF THE New Skating Rink. BAXTER & BARON, Proprietor. . FourtfrJSt., between Safford and Bruce. SKATIXG everj-AFTEIWOOM Ami Evening. Occidental Hotel Tonsorial Parlors. BEN. I...

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. — 6 January 1886

Tr-ifi daily tombstone tIip I'ionc'T Daily of the Camp. jA.NUAttT o. .163 Pb'Br.T-HED EVEKY EVENING, 'Sundays Excepted,) Br JAMES J. NASH. Office on Allen Street, nortli side, between Third and Fourth. OFFICIAL PAPER OF Cochise County. County Officers. Jlici'fT. U.S. HATCH Treasurer A.J. KITTED ReconMr A. -1.),iA District Attorney W. II. 8AVAGE i-lcrk Ditrict Court W. H.SEAMAN3 Survrj r H. G.HOWE Ciron.r H. M. MATTHEWS Vublie AilminietrUoi JAMES DEAN '.'obate Judge B. L. VEEL 'Jaunty Judge WEBSTER STREET - Asicuor W. K. BUKKE BOARD OK 6rERVlSOKS: JOnN MONTGOMERY Chairman T.F. WHITE Member J.P. MCALLISTER Member A. O.WALLACE Clerk Cltv Officers Maror CIlArfLES N. THOMAS Councilman J. P. RAFFERTY Councilman D.COHN '..um-ilman PIDWELL Councilman R. S. KNIGHT rtrcorder LEE GASTON V.y Treasurer J.. L. .MELGKEN Sandy Bob's Stage Line, lace o connect with Extern a id West e.n bound trains leaves at 8:15 a. ra. tagcfur BUbi-: leaves every day (except fin -liny) at (5 a. in.. City time 6V?- ...

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. — 6 January 1886

OFFICIAL PAPER Cochise County. GENERAL NEWS. THE PITH AXD POJYT OF wvKKVTHINQ CURRENT. Poiuts Jotted. Down By Our Reporters, Who Are Always on the Alert for Any Item ot Tews That May Transpire. Brad and Charlie at the Fashion saloon are the boss on Beef Tea. l-6tf Local news for the past few days hus been a little scarce. Summerfield Bros, have the best display of holiday goods in Tomb stone. 12-1 Harry Brook arrived last evening from Tucson, and will do the local on the Epitaph. Genuine champagne cocktails at Henry Campbell's Keg House. 12-16t Public Administrator Dean was on the street to-day, the first time in some weeks from his recent illness. For the finest Beef Tea in this eity go to Bradshaw's Fashion saloon. l-6tf Dyar & Baldwin have a fine let of live Christmas turkeys. 11-19 Judge Robinson is lying very ill at his residence with the pneumonia and clients and visitors will please refrain from calling until he is convalescent. A perfect fit guaranteed by Mo lia.'ch, the...

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. — 6 January 1886

$500 BEWAEJD Iy virtue of t'lcaulKorUy vested ia nie by the Board of Supervisor of Cochise County at a regular meeting of said Board, held on the Gth da' of October, 1885, 1 hereby offer a leward of $500 for the ap prehensien, dead or alive, of the renegade Apache Chief Geronimo, And by the same authority I offer a further reward of $250 for the appehension, dead or alive, of any one of said Geronimo's band renegade Indians' who have be engaged with him in his murdei ous raids through Cochise County, tuch apprehtnsion, to earn the above rewards, must bo made by some person or persons not in the military service of the United States. R. S. HATCH, Sheriff d. MONASCH, MERCHANT TAILOR. Havin cured the services of J. W. JPARRETT, 1 -A. Ftr3t.-01t3.aa Outtex.S I'Fiom llcnver.r .First-Class Workmanship r 1 and a Perfect FIT Guaranteed J. MONASGH, E I F T.HSaSiS T K EjjE T 3STca.i" Crystal Palaoe. NOTICE. To the Tax Payers of Co cliise County, Arizona; The Territorial and County Tax es for ...

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. — 7 January 1886

THE Old Series ' TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA, THURSDAY EVENING. JANUARY 7. '86. Volume IV, NO. 129 4 Comet Saloon Allen Street Between Sixth and Seventh Streets. PASQUALE NIGRO,Prop. Would announce to the public that lie has just received an invoice of fine liquors; alio some extra fine MartMl and Hennessey Brandy, Port Wine and Holland Gin, and a large stock of Zinfindel and other imported win en. In connection with the saloon Is a fine billiard table. JOHN F. CROWLET. HARBX STEVENSOX THE WILLOWS" RUN BY Harry and Johnny. Fancy Mixed Drinks of all Kinds a Specialty. JHle Rye, and Cliff Springs Also. tgTNext door to thj O K. Corral. Ml ALLEN STREET, Choicest of "Wines, and'Impored Li qnors and Cigars. Card', Rooms. Mixed Drinks aSpecialt Grand Opening OF THE New Skating Rink. BAUER & BARON, Proprietors. FourtitfSt., between Safford and Bruce. SKATING every AFTERNOON And. Evening: Occidental Hotel Tonsorial Parlors, Proprietor. I would inform the public Uiat I hare opened a first class sh...

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. — 7 January 1886

1 THE DAILY TOMBSTONE The Pioneer Daily of the Camp. JAN'UAKT 7, 188 PSBJJMiKD EVERY EVENING, 'Sundays. Excepted,) Br JAMES J. NASH. Office on Allen Street, north side, between Third aiid Fourth. UsSvered by Carriers for 35 cents a Week OFFICIAL PAPER OF Cochise County. County Officers. Sheiiff. H.S. HATCH Treasurer A. J. RITTER ReconMr A. 1033 District Attorney W. H. SAVAGE Clerk District Court W. H.SEAMAN8 durves-.r H. G.HOWE Coromx H. M. MATTHEWS Vublie AdminUtraloi JAMES DEAN "rebate Jdse B. L. PEEL Jountr Judire WEBSTER STREET Assessor W. R. BURKE BOARD OF Sl'rEKVlSORS: JOHN MONTGOMERY Chairman T .F. WHITE Member j.p. McAllister Member A. O. WALLACE Clerk City Officers Major CHAitLES N. THOMAS Councilman J. P. RAFFEKTY Councilman D.COHN Uuuuviluian PIDWELL Councilman R. S. KNIGHT itecorder LEE GASTON Chief ot Police J A3. COYLE CUT Treasurer.. J.. L. .MELCREN Cf - ' Sand Bob's Stage Line, taj;e o connect with Eastern aad West e: n bound trains leavirs at 9:15 a. m. Sta-je for B...

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. — 7 January 1886

OFFICIAL PAPER OF Cochise County. GENERAL NEWS. TJTR PITH AND POINT OF w.vkrTTHINO- CURRENT. Points Jotted. Down By Our Reporters, . wiin Are Alwavs on the Alerb for Any Item ot News That May Transpire A. 0. TJ. W. meet to-night. County warrants are in demand "at present with plenty of huyers. Wm. Nichols and wife will arrive in this city. Dr. McSwegan is rapidly recovering from his recent injuries. Mr. T. S. Harris, one of the promi nent ranchers on the Babarcomari, is in this city. The crazy quilt raffle will take place to-morrow evening at the Occidental hotel parlors. Mrs. Elizabeth Billings died at her residence on Safford street last even ing, and was buried this afternoon. The circus left for Bisbee this morn ing. Brad and Charlie at the Fashion saloon are the boss on Beef Tea. 1-Gtf County Treasurer Bitter closes hi safe every afternoon at 4 o'clock with a time lock. Sabe? Genuine champagne cocktails at Henry Campbell's Keg House. 12-16t The Dramatic Club will meet at Schief...

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. — 7 January 1886

$500 REWARD fey virtue of thcftuthority vested la me by the Board of Supervisor rjf Cochise County at a regular meeting of said Board, held on the '6th day of October, 1885, 1 hereby offer a zeward of $500 for the ap prehonsien, dead or alive, of the renegade Apaehe Chief Geronimo. And by the same authority I offer a further reward of S250 for the apprehension, dead or alive, of any one of said Geronimo's band 'ef renegade .Indians who have bcj engaged with him in his murdei ous raids through Cochise County. Such apprehension, 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. J. MONASOH, MERCHANT TAILOR Harln cured the services. of & W. PARRETT, .A. 2Tirst-Olass Gutter.! Fiom Dcnver,p First-Class Workmanship t and a Perfect FIT Guaranteed J. MONASCH, PIFTlH ST RESET, '. JNear Crystal Is.ls.oe. NOTICE. To the Tax Payers of Co chise County, Arizona: The Territorial and County Tax es for tee cur...

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. — 8 January 1886

JL -ail aH TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA. FRIDAY EVENING, JANLTART 8. '86. Old Series Volume IV, NO. 180 Comet Saloon. Allen Street Between Sixth and Seventh Streets. PASQUALE NIGRO,Prop. AVonld announce to the public that he has lust received an invoice of line liquors; also some extra fine MartMl and Hennessey Brandy, Port Wine and Holland Gin, and a large stocl; of Zinfindel and other imported wines. In connection with the saloon is a fine billiard table. lOUS F. CROWT.ET. HA.BB.T STEVENSON THE WILLOWS" . KUNBT Harry and Johnny Fancy Mixed Drinks of all Kinds a Specialty. Tea Kattle Eye, and Cliff Springs Bourbon. Also LAMA B.QUISI TA CIGAR. Allen Street, bet. Third and Fourth, ;5fNext door to the O K. Corral. ALLEN STREET, Choicest of Wines, and Impored Li qnors and Cigars. Card !Rooms. Mixed Drinks a'Sp ecialt Grand Opening OF THE JNffew Skating Rink. BAUER & BARON, Proprietor. . FourthiSt., between Safford and Bruce. SKATLA'G every AFTERNOON Ami Evening-. Occidental Hotel Tonsorial P...

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. — 8 January 1886

Trij DAILY TOMBSTONE The I'ioneer Daily of the Camp JANUARY 8, 188 PWBLTr-liED EVERY EVENING, 'Rnudays Excepted.) sr JAMES J. NASH. Office on Allen 3treet, north side, between liiru ana Fourth. Delivered by Carriers for 25 cents a Week OFFICIAL PAPER OF Cochise County! County Officers. Sheriff. Ji.8. HATCH Treasurer A. J. RITTER ReconMr A. JJVSJ District Attorney W. H. SAVAGE Clerk District Court W. H.SEAMANS Siirvei ..r ...H. G.HOWB -Oaron.f .-. ..ILJI. MATTHEWS Public Adm u -tralo JAMES DEAX probate Jtdge B. L. PEEL 'Jounty Judge WEBSTER STREET Assessor W. R. BURKE ; BOAKD.OF SUPERV1SOK3: JOHN MONTGOMERY. . .i ..... i.Chairraan T .. WHITE Member J.P. MCALLISTER Member A. O. WALLACE Clerk City Officers Marnr OHAitLES N. THOMAS Councilman J. P. RAFFERTY Councilman D.COHN Councilman PIDWELL Councilman.... R. 8. KNIGHT Recorder....; .LEE GASTON Culer ot Police ..JA3. COYLE City Treasurer J.. L. .MELGREN Sandy Bob's Stage Line, tage o connect with Eastern aid West em bound trains leave...

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. — 8 January 1886

OFFICIAL PAPER OF Cochise County. GENERAL NEWS. THE PITH AND POINT OF T7.VKTi.YTHING CURRENT. Points Jotted Down By Our Reporters, AVlio Are Always . on tUe Alertlfor Any Item ot News That May Transpire. it is begining to cloud again, and we can look for another storm. The Daily Tombstone issued a very fine New Year.s edition. Courier. Ed Clark came into town to-day looking like eight dollars. Brad and Charlie at the Fashion saloon are the boss on Beef Tea. l-6tf The Daily Tombstone is a credit to Tombstone, Cochise county and Arizona Voice of the people. Genuine champagne cocktails at Henry Campbell's Keg House. 12-16t If you desire the finest family gro ceries in town, go to Joe Hoefler's, the pioneer of the camp. For the finest Beef Tea in this city go to Bradshaw's Fashion saloon. l-6tf Printers, editors, proprietors and in fact even the printer's devil must have something to eat, and occasion ally a few government castings when the new year comes suddenly upon them. Just receiv...

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. — 8 January 1886

$500 REWARD "Bv virtne of thcauthority vested in uy Hit; oard of foupervisoiN of Cochise County at a regular meeting of said Board, held on the Cth day of October, 1885, 1 hereby offer a leward of $500 for the ap prehensien, dead or alive, of the renegade Apache Chief Geronimo. And by the same authority I offer a further reward of S250 for the appiehension, dead or alive, of any one of said Geronimo's band cf renegade Indians who have bc engaged with him in his murdei ous raids through Cochise County. Such apprehtnsion, to earn the above rewards, must bo made by some person or persons not in the military service of the United ' States. E. S. HATCH, SherifE J. MONASOH, MERCHANT TAILOR. Havin cured tUc services of J. W. PAKRETT, A. Fii-at-Olass Cutter".: l?irst-Class Woi'Xmunsliip and a Perfect FIT Guaranteed J. MONASCH, FIFTIH STREET, INeai- Crystal Palace. To the Tax Payers of Co- eliise County, Arizona; The Territorial and County Tax. es for tHe current year ef 1885 are due and pay...

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