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By virtue of thcauthority vested
in me by the Board of Supervisors
of Cochise County at a regular
meeting of said Board, held on the
Gth day of October, 188, I hereby
otter a leward of $300 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
apprehension, dead or alive, of any
one of said Geronimo's band tf
renegade Indians who have bri
i-ntraired with him in his nmrdei
ous raids through Cochise County.
uch 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.
Il3vin:i i-etured the services of
.1. W. PARKE TT,
A. IPix3t,-OlEi.s3 Cutter.
Firs t-(Jl ass Workmanship
Peril-et FIT Guaranteed!
TEir Crystal Palace.
To tlieSTax Payers of Co
chise County, Aii7ona:
The Territorial and County T.ix
e for tHe 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, 1885, and on
failure to pay the same as above
provided, a penalty of five per cent
will be added theret
A. J. HITTER,
Treasurer and ax-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 &. Son. 11-18
Allen Street, Opposite the Occidental
Having purchased the above named
saloon, formeily run by Andj Mehan,
I would inform all of my old friends
that I will now, as I done in the past,
keep nothing but the finest brands of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Givo me a Call and be convinced.
Q B. TARBELL,
Fancy and Staple
Fruits, Nuts Candies, Liquors of
the Finest quality and Tobac
cos of all kinds
Kern, constantly on hand the finest brands
of cigars and ran undersell any nun In town
Give me a trial and be convinced.
N. E. COR SIXTH AND ALLEN.
T. A, Atchison's old stand.
IFirst publication Nov. 13, 1885.
Application No. 438 for Patent
to the Ground Hog Miiio.
U. 8. LAND OFFICE I
Tucson, A. T.,
November 9th. 1885. )
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT tf.
S. Fisher. F.U.Fluothwait, Junius E. Mub-
staiiter and W. F. McCook by II. S. Fisher.
co-claimant, whose pustotllee address is
Tombstone, County of Cochise, Arizona,
have this day tiled their application fcr a
B stent for loOO linear feel of the Ground
tog mine or vein bcarlir silver, with sur
face ground COO fnct In width, situated in the
Tombstone .Miulnj; District, County or Co
chise, and Territory of Arizona, and design
ated by the Held notes aid otUcinl plat on
tile in this olliee as lot No. 1.19 in a'l Tomb,
stone Mining District, said lot No. 159 being
described as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at the Initial monument at a
post live feet long set In a mound of stones,
marked "I M. G. H. M. U. No. 1;" Tlienee
S Si deg., 43 mm E, along the renter line to
the northeast center of claim, to an iron
pin driven in ledge. Witness to corner S
S3deg.,U0 mlu E..12 feet distant, a poet 5
feet long set in u mound of earth and tonu.
marked "W. C. G. II. M. C. No. 2."
U. S. M. M. No. 0. bears N C3 dec 18 min.
E. 7674 feet distant; tl ence N 38 tier. 29
min. W, 300 feet to a post 5 feet long set In a
mound of earth and stone, marked (. II. M.
C. No. 3": thence 3 Hi deg.. 42 min. W, 1S0O
feet to a post & feet long set in a mound ol
earth and stone, marked "G. 11. 31. O.No.-J."
A post marked " 1". M. C. No. 2," bears N
58 deg., W 90 f.-ct distant; thence S 38 deg.,
29 min. E. 300 feel to a pot 5 tect long set in
a mound of earth and stone, marked "li. II.
M.C.No. o"; theme S 38 deg, 29 min. E,
300 feet to a post 5 feet long set in a mound
of earth and stone, marked "G. 11. M. C. No.
C"; thence N 52 deg- 42 min. E, 1500 feet to
a tost 5 feet long set in a mound of stone",
walked 'G.II..M.C. No. 7"; thence N 38
deg., 29 min. VV, 300 feet to the Iron pin at
the NK eud centerof claim, and place of be
ginning. Magnetic varbtion 11 deg., 25 mm. , con
taining an area of 20.05.
The location of this mine is duly recorded
In Records of Mines, Book 1, page 132.
J oy and all persons claiming adversely
any portion of said Ground Hog mine or
surface ground, are required to tile their nd
verse claims with the KegUter of the United
States Land Office at'lucsou, in the Terri
tory of Arizona, during the sixty dayV
period ol publication hereof, or the) will be
barred by virtue of the provisions of the
statute. B. M. THOMAS,
It is hereby ordered that the foregoing
notice of application Tor patent be published
for the period of sixty consecutive days in
Tub Daily Tombstonf, a daily newspaper
published in Tombstone, Cochise County,
Arizona. B. M. THOMAS,
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000
"We do hereby certify that we supervise
the arrangements for all the Monthly utid
Seini-Annuat Drawings of The Louisiana
State Lottery Company, nnd in person nmn
jyc and control the I)r:iint- themsehe",
Mid that the same are conducted with lion
e.-t.v. fairm s, i.nl in gooil faith toward nil
parties, and vc authorize the O ,mpany to
lit i! iul certificate, with fac-simili-s ol .nr
signatures attached, in its advertisement."
- Over Half u Million Distributed-
Louisiana State Lottery- Company..
Incorporated In 1SGS for 25 jcars by the
Legislature for Educational and Charitable
purposes Willi a capital of $1.000.000 t?
which a reserve fUBd of over ?550,0P0 has
since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote It
franchise was made a part of the present
State Constitution adopted December 2d.
A. D., 1879.
IIm Grand Single Xinnber
DrawingM will take place monthly. It
never scales or postpones. Look at the fol
187th Grand Monthly
In theAc&domy of Music N-Orleans
Tuesaay, December 10, 1889-
Under the perssnal supervision and manage
Gen. G. T. BEAUREGARD,
of Louisiana, and
Gen. JURAL A. EARLY,
Capital Prize, $150,000
tS-Nqtice Tickets are Ten Dollars
only. Halves. $5. F!chs.$2. Tenths,$l.
us in nam.
1 CAPITAL VIUZE OF $150.0OO..$150.000
1 GRAND PRIZE OF 50,000.. 50,000
1 GRAND PRIZE Oi" 20,000.. 20.000
2 LARGE PRIZES OF 10.000.. 20.000
4 LARGE PRIZES OF 5,000.. 20.000
20 PRIZES OF 1,000.. 20,000
50 " 500.. 25,000
100 " 300.. 30,000
200 " 200.. 40,000
600 " 100.. 60.000
1,000 " 50.. 50,000
100 Approximation Prizes of $200.. $20,000
100 " 100.. 10.000
100 75.. 7,500
2379 Prizes, amounting to $52200
Application for rates to clubs should be
made only to office of the Company in New
For further Information write clearly, glv
Ing full address. POSTAL NOTES. Exprcs
Money Orders, or New York Exchange in
ordinaiy letter. Currency by Express (all
sums of $5 and upwards at our expense) ad.
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.
or M. A. DAUPHIN.
Washington, D. C.
Make P. 0. Money Order.? payable
and address Registered letters to
New Orleans National Bank,
New Orleans, La.
Louisiana National Bank,
New Orleans, La.,
State National Bank,
New Orleans, La.,
Germania National Bank,
New Orleans, La.
The finest display of jewelry in the
Territory t Seaman & Son. 11-18
JAMEES S. IIOBINSO
Attorney and Counselor at Law
OFFICE: East Side of Fourth street bej
t ser Al'en ane1 Tough tut streets.
DR. E. P. RYDER
OmcK Corner Fourth and Fremont streets
Fremont street above Fifth, tctth cMraclri
and filled, all work warranted.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
OFFICE Touglinut Street, between Third
aiidjFourth sts. Toinltetrne. A. T. je I tf
Frank O. Earle,
IN THE COUNTY COUKT.n AND FOU
THE COUNTY OF COCHISE, IX THE
John Montgomery, I'laintitr, . Joel S
Byington, C. It. C.illciid.ir and James Bruie.
Action brought in the County Court of
Cochise, Territory of Arizon.i, and the com
plaint lili-d in the Mild county of CoehUe.
in the ofliee of the clerk of the said County
The Territory of Ari2 i St.-U greeting
to: Joel S. Hjlngtun, (. it C.illtndar and
.lumes limbic, dcfcmhtii .
You are hereb- ip,t:.ied ti. appear in an
action brought ag.iiii-t jnu by Ihe above
named pl.iintitr. In the Cuiiuty Court of
Coehi e t.imiy. Territory of Arizona, and to
KiiS'itr the eiiiupluint tiled therein, within
twvnty dnje (eseluxive of the day ol rervire)
uf.er tlfe sertiee on jou of thi- siiiiiiiioiio, if
?or Mil uiihin this county; or if i-crvid out
of thi- t-i unity, but in thii tlbtnit, within
thirty d.l; otlicruise within foitj d.i, or
judgment by default will b; taktn ug.uiist
jou according to ic prayer of said com
plaint S.iid action i brought to recover of you
tiie sum ol eleven bundled unit forty-two
t'olljri.. A-rully :ipK-ji- lij tin" eniiipljiiit
tltrdlieit-in.il duly ii-ilil'uil topy 1 which
is lieretl attiiclied And jou ate hereby
no'llitd Unit if you fail ti .ippi;:ir nnd ansvver
the said coin plaint, as :ibme rcquiicd, the
suid pl.iiiititl will lake judineiit iigaiii"t you
by di fauJt in the Mini of $1,142 with interest,
statutory damage- and co-ts of suit.
(liven under my hand and seal of ilie
County Court of CoehUe Count. Ten i'oiv
of Arizoin, thi. tillh (lav ol Octohei, A I).
A. O Waimpi; fieri.
B C. ". Clum, 1)( ,it. Clerk
McAllister & McUone, Props.
ALL FINDS Ol MILL AND MININO MA
cliincry. Heavy rna Lirht fastlngo I Irou
and Ura?c made to onlt.r 01. :iort notice, tninp'
Pans, Settler?, 'iclort'. "nj:iH. Can-, :ket-.
Bailing Tnnks. etc.. frum late-l (V-slcu. I'orta
M. lloictloc Knsic. S-otaiup l'ro-pocior'
Mills niauuio writer. Screes-ot all dcrltlin
punched or lulled Engine- innlcni.fi nnd nil
Jnfted. Agents foi lhany Labricaliiij; .-orn-pound".
Lylinder. Sp'ude and Valve OIIf.
wesilnchonne ArXomitit. Knjiucs fromStfiioii
horse power, awl all e;c in th.i Machine and
James P. McAUistei JlanaKcr.
O. K. CORRAL
Livery and Feed
Allen Street, between Third and rourth.
TRANSIENT STOCK WELL CAKED FOI1
A good variety of Buggies, Carriages and
Wagons, with teams to match. Eleven
passenger excursion coach, suitable 'or pic
nics or other parties. Orders sent by mail
or telegraph for outfits will be promptly at
Furnished iiuoms to Rent.
'Sirs- Mary Dellaan,
Who for the pait two years ha been hou-e-keeper
at the Oci'Idantil hotel ir. Tomb-tone,
bag rented tin: building knonu n the iini
mertield reildenrc. on Fifth street, between
Fremont and SiifTord, fir-t hoie below Joe
Hoetlller's store. The house hfs been en
tirely renovated and newly furnished.
HOT AND COLD BATHSJ
Connected with the home. Mr. Dellaan
will be plcaed to see her old friends.
Furnihed rooms to let, single or in suit-.
o i t -$r-W0OD
and COAL YAi:D!
I now running and offers for sale all kinds
i.t Wood, in any quantity, anil Cal
liv "lie Ton or Sack at
LOW PRICES FOR CASH.
A FAIP. DEAL.
WOOD SAWED TO ORDER.
Leave orders at the odlce, Toiighmi.iind
Fourth streets; at Joe Hoefler's Store, or at
A.J. Krown's Stand at Cochise Hardware
The fixtures, range, stools, dishes,
tables and shelving of the St. Julian
restaurant, will be sold at a bargain if
calk'd for at once, as the building
must be vacated. Apply to II. Schmeid
lng at jewelry store. 11-24
New brand of Key West Cigar, El
Sol dc Cuba, at FortlouiY.
First publication, Noyember 30, 1885.J
Application No. 437, for Patent
to the Large Hope Aline.
U. S. LAND OFFICE,
TCCSOX, A. T.
November 9tb, 1885.
NOTICE IS HEREBY (11VEN THATGEO.
It. Wait and IleLrv Uokmann, whose port
office nadres? is Tombstone, Cochise county,
Arizona, hare this day tiled their application
lor u patent fur 1021 linear feel of the Large
Hope mine or vein bearing silver, gold and
other minerals, with surface ground 490 feet
in width, situated in the Tombstone Mining
Ulstpct, county of OoeliUe and Territory of
Ariama mid designated by fie tield notes
mid ollleial plat on tile in tuts ouTue as lot
No. 174 li raid Tombstone Mining Dtstrl:t,
said lut No. 174 being described us follows,
ltegiiiulng at the initial monument at a
uo"t feet long set in a mound of stones,
marked "I. M. L. II. M. C. No 1; thence 8
b" deg., E 117 feet to a post 5 feet long set in
a mound of stones, marked "L II M C No. 2,"
at the east end 'enter of claim.
The X Pl'c- comer between Sections 13 and
IS East Houndary. T20, S R 2-J E. bears S 87
deg, 59 mm. M seconds E, 11, 44 'J feet distant;
thence N St) deg, 10 min. E, along the Ecst
end line of claim which is also the wet side
line of Grand Dipper mining claim, lot No.
14$, 245 feet to a post. 5 feet long set in a
mound of stones, inarkd "L H M 0 No. 3,"
by the side of a 4 inch post, marked '"O M C
No. 'J;" thence N 45 deg, 44 min. W. 1016 feet
to a post o feet long, set 1c a mound of
stones, marked "L 11 M C No. 4;" thence S
4.', deg, lt min W, 153 leet Intersect south
side of line (iuymus MC.at a points 54di'g-,'
'20 min E. 'J 12 feet from a 4 inch post, marked
"(! M C No. 3," 200 feet to i post 5 feet long
si-t in a mound of stones, marked "L U M C
A pot marked "A M C No. 2" bears N 41
deg. 13 min W.2535 feet distant.
U S M .M No 2. bears N 38 deg, 44 mlu W,
1504. 7 ket distant; tnem-e S 37 deg, 10 min
W, 18 feet iutcri-cct side line .Mizzentop min
ing. ?l:ilm at a point Nil deg, 05 min E.42
feet distant from the 8 corner stake; 39
feet interect N E side line Anchor M C, at a
point S 31 deg, 35 min E. 200 fett from a 4
inch post, marked "A M C No. 2," 200 feet to
a postva in a mound of stones, marked "L
11 M CNo. 0;" tberce 8 40 deg, 44 min E,
1U30, 0 feet to a post set In a mound of stones.
"L II M O No. 7.'1
lVt marked "G D M C No. 7." bears 8 37
deg, 10 min W 304, 5 feet Jistant; thence N
37 deg, 1(5 nun E, along the west side line of
tiie Gra'id Dipuer mining claim, 245 feet to
po-t marked "L II M C No. 2," place of be
ginning. Magnetic variation 11 deg, 25 min E.
Containing a tottl area of 10.29 acres
Less conflict with the Guymas M
C, Lot No. 171 of 1.77 acres
And less conflict with tbe Anchor
MC, Lot No. 116 of 1.70 acres
And less conflict with the Mizzen
top of 003 acres
Leaving a net ar'-a claimed of... .0.817 acres
The location of thW mine is duly recorded
in the Recorder's ofllcc at Tumi stone, in
BookO, Kecord of Mines, page 250.
Any and all peisons claiming adversely
any portion of said Large Hope mine or
surface ground, are required to file their ad-ver-e
claims with the Register or the United
Slate Land Ollic-e at Teson. in the Terrl
t'iy of Arizona, during Hie sixty day's period
of publication thereof, or they will be barred
bv irtuc of the provisions of the statute.
B. M. THOMAS, Register.
fUN hereby oiderrd that the foregoing
Notiie of Application for'-'atent be published
mm mi; i-i iuu in sixty cuusccumc UJ6 111
The Daily Tombsto.ve, a daily nowsuuper
imbli'lied in Tombstone, Cochise County,
Arizona. B. M. TUOMAS.
As under the former management' 'be
saioon will continue to retail nothing
liitt the stiaiglit goods, which gave, the
Pony" such a wi-ll ilfservcu reputation.
T. B. Ripy's Celebrated Anderso
Caunty Kentucky (four-year-old
sour-mash BourbOn, and
J. M. Atherton's equallj celehrntetl Teb
Kettle Rye, of the same age, retailed at
12 J cents.
The best "Bit Cigar" to be bad m tie
city, a specialty.
T- A. JONES. Proprietor,
The Choicest of Dried Meats and fish
of all kinds and at reasonable
rates; also a choice line of
Fresh Ranch Butter and Eggs,
Fresh Fruit, Berries and
At Lowest CasJiFrices
. 312 ALLEN STREET 312
Wm. Head, Proprietor,
:S7"Branch Eclipse Bakery,
The pumps have started, and Q.
S. Bradshaw, of the
HAS ICE COLD
W. H. McBrayer's
Along with other mixed drinks uot to be
equaled in the city. Also the
Whlc'j Can't be Beat.
On Allca Street, between Third ftdd.Fotirth.
G. S. BRADSHAW.
Haffner A Shanchnessy. the popular pre
pnetors of the Billiard parlors, on Allen st.
bavins: made arrangements with the propri
Kirs ot the CflebratcU "Chilli Milwaukee
beer, bare bad a fine ics ihcst erectea in
their saloon and are now prepared to serve
their numerous customers with schooner
of this celebrated beer on dt aught, ice cold
and try it. 4 tf.
PATRONIZE DIRECT IMPORTATION
HE ABOVE WELL-KNOWN BRAND
Emmiuent Chemists, and Pronounced by ALL to be
Free from any Adulteration,
And is also Highly RECOMMENDED
By (be Medical Faculty for Medicinal and Family Purposes. Orders in Wholesa.'e UlKn
taken to be shippen direct from tho distillery, by
ROGEKS BROS., BENSON, ARIZONA.
SoLE AGENT FOR HEN'SON AND VICINITY.
A. COHEN & BROS.
ALLEN STREET NEAR FIFTH.
Imported and Domjstic Cigars an
PIPES, SMCKEES' ATJHES AND FANCY NOTIONS.
Give Them a Cal.
3STow TeacLv to Accommodate
HIS OLD CUSTOMERS AT
Shaeffer & Lord's Building
Ooir. Eil'tli sxncl Fremont Streets-
Having- puohasecl tlie Koliiiiir Stoukand Horses 01
J, L "un"ba, ajso malcmcr many additional pu chases, I
am ijo-w pepa ed to ofle to th.a Tombstone public tlie
Ever Brought to tlie Territory
and on Eeasonable Terms.
Transient and Boarding Animals
Carefully Cared For.
Allen St., "bet., 3d and 4th..
A. T. Jones,
tSKer?'FIrb';,5-C2I""'ct!ns for eastern and
..i u. ! i . " "' '" ciaijc leaves r air ran k upon .irrivai 01 Conor iroia
lit! V t? i ill connect with train to Sonora at 2 o'clock p. m.
ti.W.r..J I . . 4iJ ai on-iianesion, leaves lomoswueat aoclock a. m., anat r
turns upon arrival of Benson tram.
Stage for Bisbee leaves every momlnsr at C o'clock, excupt SundaTB. ' S11 '
46 o Allen St. Under Occidental Hcte!
Robt, C rouch, Proprietor
IIAS BEEN ANALYZED BY THE MOST
and Mage Lias,
western bound trains on Southern Pictfc