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By virtue of ficauthority vested
in me by the Board of Supervisors
of Cochise County at a regular
meeting of said Board, held on the
6th day of October, 1883, 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 ofler
a further leward of $250 for the
app'.ehenbion, dead or alive, of any
one of said Geronimo's band cf
renejnde Indians who have br
engaged with him in his murde
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
R. S. HATCH, Sheriff
He vim: ccurcd the cervices of
J. W. PAHKETT,
A. F'rr-st.-Ola.ss Cutter.
Perfect FIT Guaranteed!
JSJar Crystal Fetlaoe.
To the Tax Payers of Co
chise County, Arizona;
The Territorial and County Tax
es for tne current year ef 1885 are
due and payable at the office of the
Tax Collector of said County, in
the city of Tombstone, and must
be paid on oi before the third
Monday in December, 1S85, and on
failure to pay the same as above
provided, a penalty f five percent
will be added theret
A. J. HITTER,
Treasurer and ex-Officio Tax Col
lector for Cochise County. Ari
Ladies plain ana embroidered flan
nel underwear, at the New York Store.
Have you seen the show windows of
Seaman fc Son. 11-18
Allen Street, Opposite the Occidental
Having purchased the above named
saloon, formerly run by Andj Mehan,
I vould inform all of lay old friends
tliatl will now, as I done in the past,
keep nothing but the finest brands of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Give me a Call and be convinced.
C B. TARBELL,
Fancy and Staple
Fruits, Nuts, Candies, Liquors of
the Finest quality and Tobac
cos of all kinds
Keep constantly on hand the fines: brands
of clears mn( ,.an undersell any nun in town
QiTe me a trial and be convinced.
U. E. COB SIXTH AND ALLEN.
T. A. Atchison's old stand.
lTirt publication Nor. U, 18S5.
Application No. 438 for Patent
to the Ground Hog1 Minn.
U. 8. LAND OFFICE 1
rccaox, A. T.,
November 9tb, 1885. )
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT H.
S Klalier. F. B. Fluatuwaii, Jani.s E. Mub
almtter and W. F. .McCook by H. S. Fifher,
eu-clainiant, whose poalottlce address its
Toiutotone. County of Cochhe, Arizona,
have tlits day tiled tbeir application (cr a
patent for loOO linear fet of the Ground
ilou mine or vein bearing silver, witu sur.
luce ground 600 Oct In width, situated iu the
Tomustonp lllulujf District, County of Co
chi&e, aiiiTTerrltory of Arizona, ai-d design
ated, by the field noleo and oblei.il plat on
tile in hi ottlce as lot No. 159 in ' I I'niiiN
stone MlLlnjc District, said lot Jfo. 159 beluic
djfcrlbcd as follows, lo.u it:
Beginning at the Initial tncnument at a
post tive feet ltng set in a mound of stones,
marked -I M. G. U. M. C. No. 1;" Thcnc
' Sa dejr., 43 mm E, alone the enter line to
the nortlicuil center of claim, to an iron
pin driven in ledue. Wilnasa to corner S
iiSdeg.,20 min E.12 feet dWtant, a poitfc
feet lone eel lu a wound of earth and one,
murked "VY. C. G. II. M. C. No. 2."
U. S. M. M. No. o. bears N 63 dec, 13 rain.
E. 7674 feet dittaut; ttenre N 33 (let'. 2U
mid. W, SOU feet to a post 5 feet long bet in a
mound of eaith and ttour, marked "G.H..M.
C. No. 3": thence SMdejj..J min. W, 1500
feel to a post a fttt long set in u mound oi
earth aLd stun", marked "G. II. M. C.No.4."
A post marked " 1 . M. C. No. '2," bears N
& dec, W 90 ! et distant; thence 8S8 deg.,
') mill. E.iSU0 feel to a port 5 teet long set in
a mound of earth and stone, marked "U. II.
M.C. No. 5"; theme 3 38 Ueg,J rain. E,
o00 feet to a post 5 f.et long set in a mound
of eartn and stone, marked "G. tl. M. C. No.
li"; theuce N 52 degM 42 min. E, 1500 feet to
a t-ost 5 feet long et iu a mound of sleucs
nuiked "U. II. M.C. No. 7'; thence N 38
deg.SD min. VV, 300 feet to the '.ion pin at
the ME end center of claim, and place of be
ginning. .Muguetic variation it deg., 25 min. E, cn.
lalnlcg an area of 2U0O.
Hie location of this mine is duly recorded
iu Kecords of Mines, Book 1, page 132.
I ny and all person claiming adersel)
any portion of said Ground Hog mine or
surfw-e ground, are required to lile their ad
erc claim with the llegirter of the United
states Laud Office at lcicon, in the terri
tory of Arizona, during the sixty dayV
period ol publication hireof, or tlie will be
lumd by virtue of the provisions of the
statute B. M. THOMAS,
It is hereby ordered that the foregoing
notice of application for patent be published
fr the piriodof sixty consecutive di in
IiieDaii.v Tombstone, a dally new-papii
published lu Touililoie, Cocnise. County,
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000
"We do hereby certify tint we fupervUe
the arraugeme nts for all the Monthly and
M-iui.Anmial Urawiugs of The Lcutrlaini
Mule Lottery Cnmp.mj, and li, person 101.11.
aae and control the Drawing? theiuselr,
and that the ..iuic are conducted with lion
t.-tj. fuiruibs, :.nd in good faith toward ill
parties, and we authorize the Company to
use till certificate1, with fae simile of our
signature attached, in it advertisements."
over riir minion uistriDutfa-
Louisiana State Lottery Company..
Incorporated In 1S6S for 25 jears by the
Legislature for Educational and Charitable
pin poses with a acapital of $ l.iXW.OOO ti
uhicha rrsrrvc fuBd of over $550,0O ha
since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote iU
fraiuhUe was made apart of the present
Slate Constitution adapted December Ud.
A. D 1879.
it CSrand MBgle 'nmbcr
DrawringN will taku place mobtbly. It
never scales or postpones. Look at the fol
187th Grand Monthly
In the Academy of Music NOrleans
Tuesday, December 10, 1886.
Under the perssnal supervision and manage
Gen. G. T. BEAUREGARD,
of Louisiana, ana
G-n. JURAL A. EARLY,
Capital Prize, Si 50,000
Nqtice-Ticjets ?tj Ten Dollars
only. Halves,$5.Fifthj,$2- Tenths, $1.
ui r riuzrp.
1 CAPITAL PRIZE OF .50.000..
I GRAND PRIZE OF 50,000.,
1 GRAND VHUK OF 20.000.
2 LARGE PRIZES OF 10.000.
4 LARGE PRIZES OF 5.000.
SO " 500.
100 " 3O0.,
200 - 200.
600 " 100.,
1,000 " 50.
100 Approximation Prizes of .'O0.
100 " 180.
100 " 75.,
2,279 Prizes, amounting to $52200
Application for rates to clubs should be
rnsrie OL-ly to office of the Company In New
For further icforniatlon write clearly, glv
ing full address. POSTAL NOTES. Expre-s
Money Oidero, or Niw Totk Exchange in
ordinary lettrr. Currency by Express (all
sums of $5 and upwards at ear expense) ad.
M. A. 1AUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.
orM. A. DAUPHIN.
WaHhinton, D, C.
Make P. 0. Money Ordera payable
and address Kegibtered Letters to
New Orleans National Banc,
New Orleans, La,
Louisiana National Bank,
New Orleans, La.,
State National Bank,
New Orleans, La.,
Gkrkania National Bank,
New Orleans, La.
The finest display of jewelry in the
Territory at Seaman 6 Son. 11-18
JA1IEES S. ItOIilNSO
Attorney ami Counselor at Law
OFFICE: Eat Side of Fourth Btrctt he.
ttr Ai'in ii(f lough iu: streets.
DR. E. P. RYDER
Orrica Corner Fnurth aud Fremont t.trcet
DEN 1 1ST.
Fremont street above Fifth, teeth cxtractH
and filled, all work warranted.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
OFFICE Toughnut Stnit, between Third
.md;Fourtli iK. Toinlijtoiie. A. T, je 1 tf
Frank C. Earle,
IN THE COUNTY COURT. In AND FOR
THE COUNIY OF '.UCIIISE, IN THE
TERRITORY' OF ARIZONA.
John Montgomery, l'ljlutiir, . Joel S
Biuton, C. II. CallCndar uud James lirusie.
Action brourht in the County Court of
Cochise, Territory of Arizona, and tlie coin
plaint 111 d In the i-nld cuiuj of CucImm:.
in the oltiie of the clerk of tlie slid County
Hie Territory of Arizona i-J greeting
to: Joel . Byiugton, C. it Cilkmlar unci
James Bruie, defend.in s.
You are lierehj nquiri.il t. appear iu an
action brought ugaiiu-t )nu bj the ntioie
named pl.iiiititr, iu the County Court of
Cnchie Coumj, Tern'ory of Arizoitj, and to
answer the ounptuiiit lili-d therein, uilliin
tKviity d.ijc (txi'liiie of the day nlMriiic)
af.er the 6crue on 3011 of tin- Mimmiist H
rervid uilliin tlii eniiiit) ; or if i-enid out
of thU county, lint in tins ditrut, within
th'rtydats; oiheruise wniuu fmty days, or
judgment by defiult will b- taki n iigimt
jou acioraiug to T10 prayer 01 saiu com
plaint. Said action L (nought to neuter of you
tiiesum oi eleven hundred 11ml foriy-luo
c'o)l.ir. A- fullv npiK-.ii-'i by the cominaiiit
fill d hciciii, a duly ccrlilicd mpj ol winch
i hcrrtl attithed And you ale heretic
no'ltird Oml if Mill fail t .ippi'.u .nut answer
the s ud complaint, a ube requiu-d, the
:.iid plalntiil will lake jtulL'inrni iig imt 30U
by difnull in the sum l $1,142 uilli intercal,
H.itutor dam ige- and nW nf suit.
Gicen under my hand and mmI of ihe
Count y Court of c;nchie Cornty. Terulor,
of Arizona, this tilth day ol Octobci. A 1).
A. O. V.'allcce, Ckrk.
By C. W. Clum. Uciit. Clc-k
McAllihtcr & McConc, Prop.
ALL KIXHS Ol MILL AND .MINING "MA
cliinery. Heay run LI. hi Cadinzt ol Iron
and brae made toordc ot, iiiort notice. tam'
Pnn. Setllere, 'ictort. I'nsiH. Oar-, kcct.
Bailing Tanks, e'c.. from laiei'l d"i.'ii. rrta
li). Molstluc Engines Staiup rnifpcclore
Mills msue to mcr. ccrecsol ill dcrlptlnn
pancbed or lutwd Engines irnlc.nVa wd ail
Jnned. Agont foi Vlhany Lahricailrs on
poundK, cylinder. Sj.'nde ami Vuhe Oils
KeMinrhoune Amomitic Engines from 2 to SO
bonc power, and all e!e iu tb -Mucbinc anil
James P. McAllister JMniingcr.
O. K CORBAL
Livery and Feed
Alln Street betA'een Third and lourtli.
TRANSIENT STOCK WELL CAKED FOR
A good vsriety of Buggies Carriages and
agon., -with teams to m.iti h. Elcven
paenger exc 11 nIon coach, suitable 'or iie
nlcs or other parties. Orders sent by mail
or telegraph fur outfits will be promptly at
Furnished Kooms to Rent.
Mrs. Mary fVIIaan,
Who for the pin two years ha (wen lioii-e-keeprr
at theOciiilentil hotel in Tombstone,
has rented the building Knoun :m the S11111
merlleld rcfldinrc. on Fifth ?tncl, b twn-n
Fremont and SaHoril, llt houu b, low J of
Iloefiiler's store. The hou-e ln been cn
lircly.renovattd and ne-vly furnished.
HOT AND COLD BATHS J
Connected with the linup. Mrs. Dell lun
will be plea-cd to see her old friends.
Furnished rooms to let, single or in suit-.
VV0OD and COAL YARD!
I now running ar.d oOctk fir soV nil kind
"of Woi'd, in any quantity, ami Coil
In 'lie Ton or Sack at
LOW PRICES FOR CASH.
A FAIR DEAL.
WOOD S. WED TO ORDER.
Leave orders at th: nflirc. Tniiglinn;nnd
Fourth streets; at joe HoefiVr' Store, or at
A. J. Eroun'u Stand nt Cochise Ilnrdnnre
The fixtures, range, stool-, dishes,
tables and shelving; of the St. Julian
restaurant, will be sold at a bargain if
called for at once, as the building
must be vacated. Apply to H. Schmeid
Ing at jewelry store. 11-24
New brand of Key West Cigar, El
Sol da Cuba, at Fortlouis.
First publication, Noyeiubcr20, 1885.J
Application No. 437, for Patent
to tlic Lurge Hope Mine.
U. V LAND OFFICE. 1
Tucion, A. T.
November Uth. 185. )
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THATGKO.
R. Watt cud Ilei rv iJukmunn, whose pot
utlice nadros is Tombstone, Cochise county,
Arizona, have this day tiled their application
lor a patent for 1031 linear feet of the Large
Hope mine or lein hearing silver, gold and
other mineral.-, with suifai e ground 490 feet
111 m idth, Kituated in the Tombstone Mining
Dislrct, county of OoUil.-e and Territory of
Arizona and deAtgnated br t'ie Held notes
and iitlicinl plat 011 tile lu tult orllce as lot
No. 174 in b.ud Tombstone Mining DmtrUt,
taut lot No. 174 being described as follows,
Bi-ginniug at the Initial monument at a
post 5 f et lniigset in a uiound of stones,
niniked -I. M. L. II. M. C. No 1;" thi-nce S
b7 cleg., E ll'fcct to a postSfeet long set la
a mound of btone, marked "L II M C No. 3,"
at tlic east end -ei.tt-r of claim.
The )i mc. corner between sections 13 and
lb East Boundary. T 20, SR-iiE. bears S 87
deg, Wi mm. 'M vc)llds E. 11,449 feet distant;
thencu N 30 deg, lti min. E, along the Erst
cud line of claim which is also the west side
1I110 f Grand fcDipper mining claim, lot No.
14. 215 feet to h post. 5 feet lung set in a
mound of stones mark-d "L H M C No. 3,"
In the side of a 4 inch post, marked ti M C
No. 2;" thence N 45 deg. 44 min. W. 101P feet
to n pot 5 feet long, set lu a mound of
Mom s, marUed "L II M C No. 4;" thence 8
:i (leg. Hi mill W, 153 !eet intersect south
hleof line (iininus MC.at a point S 54 dig,
2li min E. 212 feet from it 4 inch post, marked
(i M C No. 3," 200 feet to 1 post 5 Teet long
-t in a mound of btones marked "L II M C
A post marked "A M C No.2' bears N41
deg, 13 min V,2535 feet riiMant.
U S M M No 2, be tr N 38 deg, 44 rain W,
I'M, 7 feet distant; tnenre S 37 deg, IS min
W, IS feet iuterrtet side line Mizzeulop min
ing .M1I111 at a point N 11 deg, 05 min E. 42
fut distant from the 8 E corner stake; 39
feet intup-cct N E side line Anchor M C, at a
point S 31 deg. 35 min E. 2(30 fett from a 4
me h pot. marked "A M C No. 2," 200 feit to
u pot set in a mound of stones, marked "L
II MCNo.C;" thei-ce S 40 deg, 44 min E,
WM, 6 Tcit to a post set in a mound of stones,
"L II M C No. 7.-'
Pot iiiarkc d "G D M C No. 7." bears 8 37
(leg, IU min 3C4, 5 feet iistant; thence N
37 deg. 10 nun E, along the west side line of
the Grind Dipper mining claim, 245 feet to
I ot maikid "L II M C No.2," place of be
ginning. Mai'iietic variation 11 deg, 25 min E.
Containing :i toti.1 ana of 10.29 acres
1.CM uHitlli t with the Guymas M
C, Lot No 171 of 1.77 acres
And Ic-s contlu t with t'ie Anchor
M C, Lot No. 11C of 1.70 acres
And Ice conmcliwlhtbe Mizzen
top of .003 acres
Lc ning a ni. area claimed of.. ..6. 817 acres
The locution of thU mine is duly reiorded
in the Recorder's olEie at Toml stone, in
Book 0, Ueeonl of Mines, page 250.
Ani and all peit-ons claiming adversely
a'i) poition of said Lirge Hope mine or
.-uriact ground, are requip-d to tile their ad-ver-e
claims with tlie Register of the United
slates Lind Olliic at Tamon, intbeTerri
t'oy of Arizou i. during the sixty day's period
t piiiiiiiMiioo therco', or they will be barred
by lirtueof the prmlfions of the Htatute.
B. M. THOMAS, Register.
It i hereby enderrd that the forerolng
Ni ticc of Application foratent be published
for the period of sixtv lonserutne days in
TiieDaii.1 'ioinsioE. a dallv npw&oaper
iub!i-hid in 'tombstone, Cochise County,
Aruuiua. B. M. THOMAS.
As under the former management' (be
bullion will continue to retail nothing
Imt the Miniglit goods which cave, the
Ponj" ucli a wpII drserveti reputation.
T. B. Ripy's Celebrated Anderao
CDJnty Kentucky (four-year-old
sour-mash BourbOn, and
J. M. At'ierton's t-ijually celebrated Tea
Ivcttle Rjc, ot thu same age, retailed at
The best "Bit Cigar" to be had In the
city, a spicinlty.
T A. JONES. Proprietor,
The Choicest of Dried Meats and Coh
of all kinds and at reasonable
rates; also a choice line of
Fresl Ranch Butter and Eggs,
Fresh Fruit, Berries and
At Lowest Cash Prices
312 ALLEN STREET 312
Wm. Head, Proprietor,
STRranch Ec-iipse Bakery,
Tlie pumps have started, and Q.
S. Bradshaw, of the
HAS ICE COLD
W. H. McBrayer's
FAMOUS WHISK Y.
Along with other mixed drinks not to be
equaled in the city. Also the
Whlc'i Can't be Beat.
On Allea Street, between Third add Fourth.
G. S. BRADSH4W.
H.iffhcr fc ShauchneMy. the popular pro
pnetors of the Billiard parlors, on Allen at.
having made arrangements with the prottrl
tor ot the Olebratcu biltz Milwaukee
beer, havr had a flue Icj ihct erected In
their raliHin and are now prepared to nerve
their numerous ruMoinera with tclioonera
of this celebrated beer on di aught, ice cold
and try It UU.
PATRONIZE DIRECT IMPORTATION
HE ABOVE WEIi-KXOWN BRAND
Emminent Chemists, and Pronounced by ALL to be
Free from any Adulteration,
And is also Highly RECOMMENDED
By rtae Medical Facility for Medicinal and Family Purposes. Orders In Wholcaa.e taken
taken to be Miippen direct from tlic distillery, by
ROGEKS BROS., BENSON, ARIZONA.
SuLE AGENT TOR BENSON AND VICINIT.
A. COHEN & BROS.
ALLEN STREET NEAR FIFTH.
Imported, and Domestic Cigars an
PIPES, SMCEir.S' ilJJCES AND FANCY NOTIONS.
Give Them a Oil.
N"ow ready to Accommodate
HIS OLD CUSTOMERS aT
Shaeffer & Lord's Building
Cor. Fil'tli aiid Xi-emoiit Streets-
Having: pucliasecl the Rollinir Stockand Horses oj
J, C "ivmba, also malcinc: many additional pn chases, I
am uov? pepa ed to ofle to tiie Tombstone public tlie
Ever Brougflit to tlie Territory
and on Reasonable Terms.
Transient and Boarding Animals
Carefully Cared For.
Allen St., bet., 3d. and 4th..
A. T. Jones,
zsjv TH-sr .
8tjerrTIrbank.connrctInir for eastern and western bound trains on Southern Pacific
railroad le.ire. at S:15 o'clock a. m Stiirc leavea Fairli.nk np,, ..rriTal of Kra tX
and leares Tombstone to connect with tr.iln to Sonorn at 2 o'clock p m
MUre ter Falrbank by wiy of Charleston, leaTes Tombstone at S o'clock a m ana rr.
turns upon arrival or Benson train. wka' m-' ana e
Stae for Bisbee leave every mornlnir at 6 o'clock, cicapt Sundays.
46 o Allen St. Under Occidental Hcte,
Robt, C rouch, Proprietor
HAS BEEN ANALYZED BY THE MOST
mi Stage Lm,