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By virtue of thcauthority vested
ia me by the Board of Superviso:
of Cochise County at a regular
meeting of said Board, held on the
(5th day of October, 1885, 1 hereby
otter a mward of $500 for the ap
pruheiuiun, dead or alive, of the
lenegiide Apache Chief Geronimo.
And by the same authority I ofler
a further reward of 8250 for the
appieheiibion, dead or alive, of any
one of said Geronimo's band -f
renegtde Indians who have br
engaged with him in his murdei
ous raids through Cochise CounLy.
Such apprehension, to earn the
above rewardx, must be made by
Home person or persons not in the
military service of the United
R. S. HATCH, Sheriff
MERCHANT! hi :
i Mii - in: i (1 ! i livirv of
.J. V. PAKKETT,
A. Kirsr-deiss Cvittor.
Fiom I)uner. .
PwJVct FiT Guaranteed!
7c-a.r Crystal Palaoei
To the Tax Payers ofCo
jlii.su County, Arizona:
The 'ieiritorial and County Tax
es for tHt 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, 1883, and on
failure to pay the same as above
provided, a penalty f five per cent
.will be added thereu
A. J. RITTER,
Treasurer and ex-Officio Tax Col
lector for Cochise County. Ari
Ladies plain arm embroidered flan
nel underwear, at the New York Store.
Hae you been the show windows of
Seaman &. Son. 11-18
Allen Street, Opposite the Occidental
Havin-; purchased the above named
saloon, formerly run by And Meban,
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.
Give me a Call and le convinced.
C. B. TARBELL,
Fancy and Staple
Fruits, Nufc, Candies, Liquors of
the Finest quality and Tobac
cos of all kinds
Keeps constantly on hand the fine! brand
of ri'urs and ran underi-ll iiny man In town
Qivo me a trial and be con lined.
N. E. COR SIXTH AND ALLEN.
T. A. AtohMon's old stand.
ittl F -J S fcnTfi mm
t First publication Nov. 13, 1885.
Application So. 438 for Patent
to the Ground Hog Minn.
U. U. LAND OFFICE I
November tb, 1885, )
NOTICE 18 I1ERKBY GIVEN THAT Jl.
8. Fisher. F. B. FluHuwail, Janus E. Mub-
taitteraud V. F. McCook by II. S. Fir her.
co-claimant, whose poMlufflce address Is
Tombtlune, County of Cochise, Arizona,
hare tbls day tiled tCeir application for a
Bati.nl for laOH linear feel of the Ground
log mine or rein txjarl?;.- silver, witb sur
lace Kround COff-tt lu width, situated in the
Tombstone Mining District, County of Co
chue, uud Territory of Arizona, a"d dmij;n
atd by the fit Id notes Ji,d official plat on
tile in tbis otliee as lot No. 159 in tUI Tnuib-stoui-
Miuin l)itrict, said lot No. 159 being
described as follow, to-wit:
Beginning at tbe Initial monument at a
post rite feet luui set in a mound of stones,
marked "1 M. G. U. M. C. No. 1;" Tbrnci
.,3J deg., 4t) win E, nluug the enter line to
tbe Uorttiea.i center of claim, to an iron
pluJdriTcu hi ledxe. Witness to corner t
3Seg.,aQ inlu K.12 feet dlttaut, a potti
Icet ioujs l in a mound of earth and t-tone,
marked "W. f :. . U. Si. C. No. 2."
V. s. M. M. No. tS. bears N 63 dee., 1 "'in.
K 7674 reel disUut; Hence N 3a (lev. -D
"lb. V, Sou feet to a post 5 feet louj: set in a
mound of earth and kloue, marked "(J. 11. .M.
O. No. 8": thence 8 63 dcR., 43 min. V, 150U
feet to a post 5 feet long set m u mouud ol
earth ubd stonr. marked "G. 11. M. C.No.4."
post marked "l. M. C. No. 3," beais N
&b dee-, W ) t- el dislam; theme SSS dex-,
J9 min. .300 feel to a poi-t 5 leet lou set m
a mound ol earth uud atone, marked "U. 11.
M.C.No. 5"; tbenio 8 3S deK.SU min. E,
300 feel to a pout 5 feet long set ib a mounu
of earth and stoue, marked "G. 11. M. C. No.
b"; tbeuce N 53 der 42 min. E, 1500 feet lo
a i obi 5 feet lung l IQ a mouud of stoue-,
msiked 'G.H.J1.C. No. 7"; tbeuce N 33
Uejc., 29 min. iV, 300 feit tolbe .ion piu at
the NE end ceuierof claim, and place of be.
Mat:uetic rariation 11 de;;., 25 mm. E, con
taining an area of 2065.
'Ibe location of this mine is duly recoided
in Kecorda of Mines, Book 1, page 133.
Juy and all persons claiming adverbely
any portion of said Ground Hog mine or
surface ground, are required to tile their ad
vene claiuib with tbe Hester of tl.e United
states LaudOlhce al li.Cion, in Ibe terri
tory of jtrizuua, during tbe sixty dayV
period ol publication Inreof, or tin) will be
barred by virtue of tbe firorioions ol the
statute. ti.il. THOMAS,
It is hereby ordered that the foreKoin:;
notice of application for patent lt: published
for the prriod ot sixty coiiBictilri? daji- in
'Ills Dai I.r Tombstonp, a daily nuwi-paper
)uhllied in 'loiuL-lo'iu, ('oi'iiisu countj,
Aiiruiia. It. M. THOMAS.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $75,000
XIcketM only VS. Share lu pro
portion. VBBBBBV iaB BBBBBsl
"We do hereby certify that we fupeniec
the arraueemciits for nil the Monthly .md
Quarterly Drawings of The Louisiana
t'UU Lettsry Compaiy. and It. person raau.
axe and control tbe Drawinici. ttitnieelve-,
and that the same are conducted with lion
esty, fairness, and in sood faith toward all
rjartles, and we authorize the Company to
use Uiiit csrtiflcate, with facsimiles tr our
ficnuture attached, in its adTcrtisetnent1.."
We, the undersigned Banks and Bankers,
will pnv all Frizes rawn in the Louisiana
State Lotteries which may be preieutsd nt
JT. B. OCSIr.SBY. Pres. V.ooiHl.
ann 2'atlosial Ilstnk.
KAMJEI II. KEM.UKDV, Pre.
Btal e lutlonal Bank.
A. BALDWIN Pres. Tlexr Or
lea an IVatloaal Bnnk.
Inrnrporated In 18f38 for 25 rears by the
Letr'slaturc forEdurstional and Charitable
purponei! with a capital of ?1 000.000 1-
which a reserve fuBd of orer $550,000 ht
5lnec been added.
By an overwhelming vopu'ar vote it
frnchle was mude a pnrt of the present
State Cnnatitntlon adapted Recembcr 3d.
A. V.. 1879.
The only ItWy ev!r Totrd and en
dorsed br the people of any 8fte.
ItnTer'scnleBor postpones .
Its Grsad Sin:Io Snmbcr
DrnwiaCTN will tako place monthly, nnd
the Extraerdimry Drswines resrulsrly every
th'ee months, inntead of Semi-Annually, as
heretofore, betrinninc "March. 1888.
A flPLEfDID OPsPOKTin-VIT'
XO -WIW A FORTUNE.
FIMT GRAND DRAWING. CLASS A.
ia tbe ACADEMY OF MUR1C, NEW OR
LIAH3. TUEIDAT, Jsnnary 13, 1886
ISftth Monthly Drawing.
Capital Prize, 7S,eo
ieo,eee xicUetn at
Fraction, In Fifth la propor
tion list t rzizzs.
1 do. do S5.0X)
1 do. dc 10.00
3 PRIZES OF (6000 13.000
5 slo. $2000 10.000
19 de. $1000 10.800
20 do. $500 10.000
109 do. $200 20000
SO sin. $100 30,000
MO do. $50 25,000
1000 do. $25 25,000
9 Approximation Prizes of $750.... S750
9 - 600.... 4.500
9 aSO.... 250
1,987 Frizes, amountlDji.to 905,500
Application for ratei to clubs should be
made orly to office of tbe Company in New
For further ir.fonnstlon write clearly, civ
ing full address. POSTAL NOTES, Ezprcs
Money Oiders, or Nrw York Exchange in
ordinary letter. Currency by Express (all
sams of $5 and uowards st sur expense) ad
dressed M. A. 1AUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.
Make P. 0. Money Orders payable
aid address Kegistered Letters to
Nbw Orlbans Natioxal Bane,
New Orleans, La.
The finest display of jewelry in the
Territory at Smnan k. Son. 11-18
JA3IKES S. KOBINSO
Attorney and Counselor at Law
OFFICE: Eat Side of Fourth street be
t:er Al'io tatf lctigb tut streets.
OR. E. P. RYDER
OrncE L'orner Faurth and Fremont streets
Fremont street above Fifth, teeth cxtracte-i
and tilled, all work warranted.
ATTOKNEY ANDCOUNSELLOK AT LAW
OFFICE Touuhnut Stntt, between Third
onctjFourth bt. Ttimhstone. A. T. Je 1 tf
Frank C. Earle,
IN THE COL'NTY COURT. 1W AND FOR
THE COL'MY OF 'JOCHISE, IN THE
TEKKirOltY OF ARIZONA.
John Montgomery, l'ljintiff, s, Joel S
Bjinnton, C. R. C.illendar and Jamen Brusie.
Action brourhtin tin-County Court of
Cochise, Territory of Ar zona, and the com
plHint ril.-tl in tlie t:ml ci.unty of Cocliite.
In the otliee of the cleik ff the said County
The Territory of Arizona m.-I crrcetins;
to: Joel 3. Kjliitrtmi, C R. Cullendar and
James lluiMe, ilefeiidan s.
You are liereb uquircd t appear in an
in turn tirouiclil uirainst you b the aboe
rutin il pl.ilntitl', in the County Court of
Codii'e Ciiiiniy, Teirior of Arizona, and to
aiisntr the om)lainl tiled therein, within
twnu d.iye (exeluive of the day ot service)
uf.er the htuic on ou of this Kummnns, if
feried within thin county; or if xentd out
of thin niiintj, lint lu this dMmt, within
tl.irlj da: oilifii-e within fortj das, or
judirinent Im dit.mlt u ill he talon :iumt
m anoidiii t fiie prayer of said lom
tilaiut. S.mi action i liroujil
tuu turn ot el veil lm
dollais. A- rully nppo
filed Iieiein, :i duly ce
i heret Jtt. td
no'ified Uiat if jmi fail i
the 8 lid c'irn)iniit. as
to reeoier of ji-u
ed and forty-ttto
by the complaint
i. d copy of which
il ou nre hereby
appear and answer
oove required, tne
said in ui. ill Hill !;iW.; iui!..'mcnt ii'Min-t you
bydtfauJi in the mini of i l,14i iitli interest,
st.itutor-. d im ire nnd en-its of suit.
C'vii. iii.dti m. h.u d and !-'.il of ihe
Count) Coint ot I'nciii Countj. Ttrriiorj
( Arv i.i, thi- tillli I ol OiIoIki, A D.
. ) .V :xace. Clerk.
' -r ' V.) ( W.Cixm. Unlit. Clerk
o( tlU iW.
McAllister & McCone, Props,
ALL KINDS O. WILL AND MINING MA
chlncry. Heavy cna Lisht C'S'Stins ol Iron
nndllrten mde to ordtroi. 'iort notice, slampe
I'aoH, S"ttlcrf. SctortB. CapLi. Cr, Skeil",
UailincTunki'. etc.. from iatcxl d-aicni". Porta
hlv. Hoittinc Knpnen. :-itALip I'ro'pectord'
Mills niaue 10 .:n'er .-creeaof al! description
pnuched or lotu.l Kninen loclcstoo Mid ad
Jated. Acnt" foi Mbany Labricatin oom
pour.di", jlinilet. Sj'ndc and Valve Oil.
We'in:bonne Airtumitic Engioea from 2 to SO1!
biirne poner, ami all e in th Machine and
ilame.s P. McAllister .llmmger.
O. K. CORBAL
Livery and Feed
AI!?n Street betrt'een Third ana fourth.
TRANSIF.NT STOCK WELL CAKED FOR
A irood variety of Eu:ri;ieii. Cum aires and
rtairons, with teams to match. Eleven
partreiiicer excursion coach, suitalilc for pic
nics orotlicr parties. Orders sent by mall
or teleeraph for outfits will be promptly at
Furnished Rooms to Rent.
Mrs. Mary Hellaari,
Who for thr- pat two years has been house
keeper at the Occidental hotel in Tombtonc,
has rented the building known as the. Sum
merlield retldenec. on Fift'i street, between
Fremont and Saflonl, tlr.t IlOUe below Joe
ne!!!!cr' store. Tiie house hits ben en
tirily renovated and nevlj furniehed.
HOT AND COLD BATHSJ
Connected with the house. Mrs. Dellaan
will be pleaedto see her old friends.
Furnished rooms to let, single or in suits.
-O I T "JT-
W0OD and COAL YARD !
Is now running and offers for sale all kinds
of Wood, in any quantity, and Coal
by be Ton or Sack nt
LOW PRICES FOR CASH.
A FAIR DEAL.
WOOD SAWED TO ORDER.
Leave oiders at the office, Tnuehnutand
Fourth streets; at Joe Hocfier' Store, or at
A. J. Brown'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
called for at once, as the building
must be vacated. Apply toJI. Schmcid
ing at jewelry store. 11-24
New brand of Key West Cigar, El
Sol de Cuba, at Fortlouis'.
r a rx
wsvtt tmm- "m i
First publication, November 20, 18S5.
Application No. 47, for Patent
to the Ijarge Hope Mine.
U. S. LAND OFFICE, )
TcwoN. A. T.
November 9th, 1S85. )
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THATUKO.
K. Watt and lieLry Bokmann, whose post
olllcu aadress is Tombstone, Cochise county,
Arisona, have tbl day tiled their application
lor a patent for 1021 linear feet of the La rut
Hope mine or vein bsarluK silver, gold and
other mineral, with sui face ground 400 feet
in width, oituatcd lu the Tombstone Mining
Distnit, countj of Cochise and Territory of
Arizona, and dctiznated by tie Held note
and otlleial plat on flic- in this ottiee as lot
No. 174 in said Tombstane Mining Ditri:t,
bSidlutNo. 174 being described as follows,
Beginning at the initial monument at a
Dost 5 feet lung set in a mound of stones,
marked "I.M. .11. M.C.No 1;" thence H
87 degE 117 feet to a posts feet long set in
a mound of stones, marked "LHMC No. 2,"
at the east eud (-enter of claim.
The H sec. corner bitween sections 13 and
lb East Boundary. T a), 8 B! E. bears S 67
deg, 59 rain. 30 seond E, 11,449 feet distant;
theme N 39-Jeg, 16 min. E, along the Ett
end line of claim which i a!o tbe west side
line (if Grand Dipper mining claim, lot No.
143,245 f let to n post. 5 feet long set in a
mound of stones, mark-d "LHMC No. 3,"
by the side of a 4 inch post, marked Hi M C
No. 2;" thence N 45 deg, 44 min. W. 101C feet
to a pilot 5 feet long, set in a mouud of
stones, marked "LHMC No. 4;" thence S
37 deg. 16 min W, 153 leet intersect south
sido of line fiuymaa M C,at a poial 8 54 dig,
2t mm E. 212 feet from a 4 inch post, marked
"G M C No. 3," 200 feet lo i pot 5 feet long
set In a mound of stones, marked L U M C
A post marked "A M C No. S" bears N 41
deg, 13 min W, 2535 feet dUtant.
U S M M No 2. bears N 38 deg, 44 min W,
1504.7feadiatuut; tnenre 8 37 deg. 16 min
W, 18 feet interact tldv line Mizzcutou min
ing alalia at a point Nit deg, 05 min E.42
feet distant from the S E corner stake; 3D
feet interi-cct N E side line Anchor M C, at a
point 8 31 deg, 35 min E. 260 feet from a 4
inch poi.1. marked "A M C No. 2," 200 feet to
a post set in a mound of stones, marked "L
II M C No. 6;" therce S 40 deg, 44 miu E,
1030, G feet to a pust set in a mound of atones,
"L H M C No. 7.-'
Post marked "G D M C No. 7." bi-ars S 37
dee-, 10 min W 364, 5 feet distant; thence N
37 deg. 16 mm E, along the west sidi: line of
the Grand Dipper mining claim, 245 feet to
poftt marked "L II M C No. 2," place of be
ginning. Matrnetic variation 11 deg, 25 min E.
Containing a toti.1 area of 10.29 acres
Less conflict with the Guymas M
C.LolNo 171 of i.77acres
And iei-s conflict with tbe Anchor
MC, Lot No. 116 of l.TOacres
And ice contJictwiththe Mizr.cn
top of (XXSacrns
Leaving a nt1. area claimed of.. ..6.817 acres
The locution of IbU mine is duly recorded
in the Recorder's office at Toml stone, in
Book 6, Record of Mines, page 250.
Anyund all peibons claiming adversely
any portion of said Large Hope mine or
surfact ground, arc required to file their ad-ver-e
claims with the Register of the United
States Land Office at Taction, in the Terri
tory of Arizona, during the sixty day's period
of publication thereof, or they will be barred
by virtue of the provisions of the statute.
B. M. THOMAS, Register.
It is hereby oiderrd that the forecroing
Notiie of Application for Talent be published
fur the. period of sixty consecutive da)s in
The Daily Tombsto.ve, a daily newsuaper
published in Tombstone, Cochise Count)',
Arizona. B. M. THOMAS,
As under tbe former management the
saloon will continue to retail nothing
but the st might goods, which gave, tin-
Pony" such a well doervni reputation.
T. B. Rlpy's Celebrated Anderao-
County Kentucky (four-year-old
sour-mash BourbOn, and
J. 31. Atlierton's equally celetir.ileit Tes
Kettle Ryu, of tlia same age, retailed at
The best "Bit Cigar" to be Iia4 in the
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 Hancb Butter and Eggs,
Fresh Fruit, Berries and
At Lowest Cash Prices
312 ALLEN STREET 312
Wm. Head, Proprietor,
SfBranch Eclipse Bakery,
The pumps have started, and G.
S. Bradshaw, of the
HAS ICE COLD
W. H. McBrayer's
Along with other mixed drinks uot to be
equaled in the city. Also tbe
Which Cant be Best.
On Allen Street, between Third add Fourth.
J. S. BRAD8H1W.
Haffner & 8hauehnessy. the popular pro
prif tors of the Billiard parlors, on Allen sL
having made arraneements with the pronri
tors ot the Crlebratcd b!llr Milirankas
beer, have had a flue ics ihesterectea in
their aaloon and are now prepared to serve
their numerous customers with seliooaers
of this celebrated beer on draught, lee cold
nd try It, 4 tf.
-il.! .a..ii;--mm.!.! TTif TMLriifffT'ifl' -T-fa- M"-l in .- lafeEP3Sr:'"'" .lJ A aM
PATRONIZE DIRECT IrVJPORTATION
HE ABOVE WELL-KNOWN BRAND
Emmintnt Chemists slid Pronounced lj ALL to be
Free from any Adulteration,
And is also Highly RECOMMENDED
By (be Medical Faculty for .Mcniuiml and Family Pnrpo-es. Orders in Wholeee.e taben
taken to be Miippcn direct from tho distillery, by
ROGERS HKOS., BENSON, ARIZONA.
fcuLE AGENT 10 K BENSON AND VICIXIT.
A. COHEN & BROS.
ALLEN STREET NEAR FIFTH.
Imported and Dom 3stic Cigars an
PIPES, SJLOKLKS' rJHES AND FANCY NOTIONS.
Give Thoni a Cal.
3STow ready to Accommodate
HIS OLD QUSTOMERS AT
Shaeffer & Lord's Building
Cor. XTilYIi sjik! IFVcmoiit Streets-
Having -pucliiLsod the Kollinc Stockand Llorses oi
J, C lunba, also malcmo: many additional pu chases, I
am xiow pepa cd to ofie to tho Tombstone public the
Ever BroTig-lit to 1 lie Territory
and on Reasonable Terms.
Transient and Boarding Animals
Carefully Cared For.
.Allen St., bet.. 3d and 4th..
A. T. Jones,
m. . ft1,
" - w
rSroad'Mes ai1B-i?"PiCtI?.,!r for ca8,e"n nnd
nnA m . " .vi. u. m o ia !Tt! Jf'flVl'il I it 1 r r.:l n If nnnn nrrivnl f Nnnnra irflin
nrf I..T.:: "rLt. 1" " C,0CK a- m Stage learc
taire ier V. rhVni k lnncci witli train to Sonora at 2 o'clock p. m.
tp. frriW fen' "f a-Ieton,leM Tomltone at u o'Sock a. m
th train to
ota?e for Bi.bec leaves every mo'rnin j; ot 6 o'clock, except Sundays.
46 o Allen St. Under Occidental Hotel,
Robt, Crouch, Proprietor
flAS BEEN ANALYZED BY THE MOST
&M Stage Lin,.
t.war - L - - .
"extern bound trains on Southern Pacific
- s Fairrsm
Sonora at 2 o'clock n. m.
9W .,.,. UJI hju s xrigiL wgGBfaBCaiWBg:taBBiMMCME"-.Aailtqial"y