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By virtue of t'icauthority vested
ia me by the Board of Supervise:
of Cochise County at a regular
ineetiii" of said Board, held on the
Uth day of October, 1885, I hexeby
offer a ievaid of 500 for the ap
pri'huiisicn, dead or alive, of the
lcnegade Apache Chief Geronimo.
Ami by this same authority I otter
u further rewaid of S230 for the
appx-hension, dead or alive, of any
one of haid Geronimo's band tf
reneg.ttle Indians who have br)
engaged with him in his murdei
ons raids through Cochise County.
"uch appiehuision, to earn the
abuvr rewuid. niut be made by
some person or persons not in the
mititaiy seivice of the United
It. S. HATCH, Sheriff.
IUviuc -eeurrd the services of
J. W. PARKE TT,
..A. First -Class Cutter,
i- -':,. ..- r - . jTYiff dr-ri fiff
ZZ?ZiSZZ F'Oin I)iniir.tl.f"'r"UI
V irst-Class Workmanship
Perfect FIT Guaranteed!
N(a.r Crystal Palace.
To tlu'Tax Payers of Co
chise Countv, Arizona:
The Teiritorial and County Tax
e foi tile curient 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 Mime as above
provided, a penalty f five per cent
will be added thereli
A. J. RITTER,
Treasurer and ax-Officio Tax Col
lector for Cochise County. Ari
Luilies plain una embroidered flan
nel underwear, at the New York Store.
H;ie yon been the show windows of
Seaman & Son. 11-18
Allen Street, Opposite the Occidental
X L.EIGH. - Proprietor
Having purchased the above named
saloon, formerly run by Andy Mehan,
I would inform all of my old friends
that I will now, as I done in the ptst,
keep nothing but the finest brands of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Give me a Call and be convinced.
Q B. TARBELL,
- Pieai.eu in
Fwticy and Staple
Fruits, NutsA Candies, Liqy.6ra of
the Finest quality andyfobac
ccs of dI kiprts
Keeps constantly un hiftd the finest brands
of liurt aril i an undersell uuy man in town
Give me a trial and be ron luted.
S. E. COR SIXTH AND ALLEN.
T. A. Atchison's old stand.
-IFirtt-publlcatlon Nnvi 13, 1885.
Application I-Jo. 48 lor Pntont
to the Ground Hug Mine.
U. 8. LAND OFFICE i
Tucsox, A. T..
November 8th, 18S5, )
NOTICE IS IIEKKBT GIVEN THAT J I.
S. Fisher. F. B. VlUbthwuil, James E. Mub-
slaittcr and W. F. AlcCook bj 11. S. Fisher.
eo-clainmut, whose poslollke uddress is
Tuuib.ione. County of Cochise, Arizona,
have this day tiled their application for a
iitent for laOO linear feet uf the Grouml
Iok mine or veiu bcarii;.- slher, with sur.
tace ground GOO fret in width, situated iu the
'tombstone Mining Distrkt, Lountj of Co
cbue, and Territory ol Arizona, a'd design
ated by the. Meld notes and otllclitl jiIjI on
tile in luls otlice as nit No. l.VJ in itiil T'Miil
siouc MiLiut; DUtrict, said lot No. IK belli;:
descrioed us follows, to-wit:
IScKinnlug at the Initial mcnuiuent utu
post uve feet luni; set in a mound ot stones,
marked "I M. O. It. 31. C. No. 1;" Tbcueu
S &i dcj;., 43 miu E, along the enter line to
tbe northeast center of claim, to an iion
pln(driven in ledge. Witness to corner t
aSdeff.,'JW min E, la feet distant, u pott 5
left Ions mi in a mound of earth aud louc,
marked "V. :. tl. H. 31. C. No. 2."
I', . M. M. No. tt. bears N 6i dec, lb niin
IC 764 feet dUUnt; tl euce X 3S ilei-. 2t)
mil,. V. 300 feet to a post 5 feet long set In a
luuund of eaith and none, marked U. 11. M.
C. No. 3": tlienue S ttl defj., 4JJ min. V, 1 J00
ftel to a ost 5 feet idog iet in a tuouucl oi
earth aijd stone, marked "G. 11. 31. C.No.4."
A post marked " f. M. C. No. 2," beats N
5S dec, W 9U fct distaat; thence S3b deu.,
20 min. E. 300 feet to a pool 5 Icet long set in
a mound of earth aud etone, miirked "(J. H.
31. C. No. 5"; ibenic S 38 dcK,2 min. E,
300 feel to a post 5 ftet long set in a mouiid
of earth and stone, marked ti. 11. 31. C. No.
C"; thence N 52 dec '- win. E, 1500 feet to
a fust .') leel iougstt in a inouud of tloiie-,
maiktd -0.11.31.0. No. V; tbencu N 34.
Uec.tS min. vf, 300 fe.t to Hie "ion pin at
the NE end center of claim, aud pluee of be.
.Muunetlc Tarl.ition 11 due 2 mm. E, cn
tainiCK an area of 20.05.
The location of this mine ia duly recorded
in Ktcord of .Mines, Book 1, pae 132.
J ny aud all persons claiming adversely
any portion of said Ground Ho miuu or
surface ground, are required to tile their ad
verse claims with the Ke;iter of the United
States Land Otlice atlucson, in the Terri
tory of Arizona, during the sixtj dayV
period ol publication hereof, or thej will be
barred by irtue of the provibioiib f the
statute. B. 31. T llOiiAis,
It is hereby ordered that the foregoing
notice of application for patent be published
for the period of sixty contcuttTe da in
Tub Daily Tombstoxr, a daily newspaper
published iu Tombstone, Cochise County.
Arizona. B. 31. THOMAS,
CAPITAL PRIZE, $75,000
TicketM only 85. Slmre in pro
portion. "We do hereby certify that wc superin
the arrangements for ail the Monthly and
Quarterly Drawings of The Luntci.in.i
Mate Lottery Company, and in person man.
i;e aud control the Drawings themselves,
slid that the same arc conducted with lion
ei-ty. fairness, and in good faitli toward all
Darties, and we authorize the Company to
use this certificatewith fac-similes or our
signatures attached, in its advertisement'."
We, the undersigned Banks and Bankers,
will pay all Prizes trawrn in the Louisiana
Stale Lotteries which may be presented at
J. II. OGLESBY, Pre. Louisi
ana. National llnnlc.
XA3HIEI- II. KEiEY, Pre.
State National Bank.
A. BALDWIN Ire- New Or
leans National Bank.
Incorporated In 1868 for 25 years by tliu
Legislature for Educational and Charitable
purposes with a capital of $1.1(00.000 1"
which a reserve fund of over $550,000 ha.
since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote it
franchise was mxdu a part of the nreient
State Constitution adopted December 2d.
A. D., 1879.
The only Lottery ever voted and en
dorsed bv the people of any Shto.
ItM Grand Nlnasle Nnmler
DrswrintTH will take place monthly, and
ihe Eitrserdinary Drawings rez-ularly every
th'ee month, instead of 8emi-Annually, as
heretofore, beginnlnc 3fareh,1886.
A NPLEXMD OPPORXIINITrt'
TO WIN A FORTUNE.
FIR8T GRAND DRAWING. CLASS A.
in the ACADEMY OF MUSIC, NEW OR
LEANS. TUESDAY. January 12, 18S0
lBMth Monthly Drawing.
Capital Prise, 75,O0O
loe,e4 Ticket at
Fraction), In KlftBH In propor
tion usT r nuzes.
do. do 23.0J0
1 do. do 10.0-0
2PRIZE8OFM000 . 12.000
. 5 Jo. $2000 10,000
10 do. $1000 lO.OTXl
20 do. $500 10,000
100 do. $200 20.000
300 do. $100 30.000
500 do. $50 . 25,000
tOOC do. $25....;. 25,000
9 Approximation P izes of $750.... 6.750
9 " 500.... 4.500
9 " 250.... 250
1,967 Prizes, a-Jountlng to $265,500
Applieaton for rates to clubs should be
made otl to office of tbe Company in New
For,iurther Information write clearly, giv
Ibk .ull address. POSTAh NOTES, Express
yney Oiders, or New York Exchange in
ordinary letter. Currency by Express (all
sums of $5 and upwards at our expense) ad
dressed M. A, DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.
Make P. 0. Money Ordew payable
and address Registered Letters to
Nkw Oklbans Natiokal Bank,
New Orleans, La.
The finest display of jewelry in the
Territory at Samn & Son. 11-18
JAMKUS S. KOU1NSO
Attornej- siiul Coiin.selor at Ijuw
OFFICE: East Side of Fourth street be
ivsct A!'-n antf Tough tut streets.
OR. E. P. RYDER
Office Corner Foaith aud Firmont Htnets
DEN 1 1ST.
Fiemontstreet aboe Fifth, tuetli extracted
jud tillud, all nork warranted.
ATTfoKNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
OFFICE Toughnut Stn-it, tietwteu Third
iind;Fourth t'. Tombstene. A. Tj Je 1 tf
Frank C. Earle,
IN THE COUNTY COURT. In AND FOR
THE COUNTY OF COCHISE, IN THE
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA.
Julin Moiitumer), I'ljintilf, s, Joel S
13) iiigton, C. R. Callund tr And Jame Uru-ie.
Action brourlitin the County Court of
Cochise, Territory of Arizoiu. and the com
plaint HlHd in the said (.uunly of CocliUe.
iu the otlice of the clerk f the said Count)
The Territor) of Arui n i L-J. greeting
to: Joel &. Utington, t It. Callendur and
.Tames Iiruie.drfuiidjii .
You .in- lu-rebi iciiiir.d t appear ill an
action brought ug.uiint )uii b) the aboie
named l:iintitl, iu the County Court of
Codii'b CiiuiH), Tein'or) of Arizona, and to
.ins'iLr the oiiuplaiiit tilt d therein, within
twenty dayc (exclusive of the day til service)
af.er the M-nko on )ou of this buiiimnns. If
ertd within this county; or if tervid out
of this count), butinthis district, within
thirty d.te; otherwise within fort) dajs.or
judgment b) default will be takm against
you according t( lie prajer of said com
plaint. Said action N brouglit to recover of you
tlie sum of eleven hundred and forty-lwo
I'ollurf.. . full) ai)K-ar by the complaint
tiled heii-in. a dui) vertiried en)) of which
i herctl att:icl.cd An I jou are hereby
no'itiid tint if ii fail t appear and answer
the said complaint. J-. ioe requin d, the
said il.iUitill willtiikei i.-meni against )ou
by drf.uJt in tin- -uiii -1,142 with interest,
itatutor) dim.i . irl t t- of .uit.
Given" under u Ii.n aud M.al of ilic
County ( urt of Cuil.i- Count). Ttrntmy
of Ariz 11 1. tlii-
lift! of Oetiibei. A D.
V O Wl:.cb, Clerk.
Uv C. V ClA'M. I)et Ch rk
3IoAlliitcr fc McCouc, Props.
ALL KINPb Ol MILL AND .MINING MA
cliinery, Heay i-no I.icht Castlns ot Iron
and Brads raaclc to order 01. r hort notice, stamp
Pann, Scttlt-rc, iietortn. Cagin. Can-, keets
Bailing Tank, etc., from latci-t d-nicns. Porta
nl. lloitInir Engine. S-ctainp I'ropcctor''
Mills mime 10 riHr. .-Jcrec-of all dKtrlptioni"
punched or lotted Engines innicnt.'-a ird ad
jai-tcd. AgjntH foi lbany Lalincatins -oti-pound,
i)lincltr. Sp'ulc and Vihe OH,
Weelinchoue AiMomitic Eni;ii!ci" from2to2o"
horie power, ami all elce In th.i Machine and
1 nines 1. iIcAllihtei iU.uiairer.
O. K. OOR11AL
Livery and Feed
Alin Street beUecn Third and tdurtli.
TRANSIENT STOCK WELL CARED FOR
A good variety of Buggies, Can isres and
agon, itli teams to mnMi. Eleven
pnenger excursion coach, suitable for pic
nicsorotlier parties. Orrlors sent by mail
or telegraph for outfits will be promptly at
Furnished Ifooms to Rent.
Mrs. rary ellaan,
Who for tho paft two jcars ha been house
keeper at h- Occiilcntal hotel in Tombstone,
Ua 8 rented tin-building known an the Sum
merticld rc-fidence, on Fifth street, between
Frcpiont and Saltord, hrot hotn-e IkIow Joe
IlncfillerV store. The lioue lies been en
tirely renovated and ncly furnislicd.
HOT AND COLD BATHSj
Connected with ihe house. Mrs Dellaan
will be pleased to scr her old friends.
Furnished rooms to let, single or in suit.
-O I T Y-
W0OD and COAL YARD !
Is now running and oilers for sale all kinds
of Wood, in any quantity, aud Coal
b "lie Ton or Sack at
LOW PRICES FOR CASH.
A FAIR DEAL.
WOOD SAWED TO ORDER.
Leave orders at the office. Toughnut and
Fourth streets; at Joe Hoclicr' Store, or at
A. J. Brown's Stand at Cochise Hardware
The fixtures, range, stools, dishes,
tables and shelving of tlie St. Julian
restaurant, will be sold at a bargain if
called for at once, as the building
must be vncated. Apply to H. Schmeid
Ing at jewelry store. 11-24
New brand of. Key "West Cigar, El
Sol de Cuba, at Fortlouis'.
First publication, Noyembcr80, 1885.1
Aynlicathm No. 47, for Patent
to the Large Hope Mine.
U. S. LAND OFFICE, )
Tucso.v, A. T. 5-
November 9tb. IS85. )
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TIIATUEO.
It. Wattund HeLry Bokmann, whose pot
ollice address is Tombstone, Cochise county,
Arizona, hae this day Hied their application
I01 a patcr,t for 1021 linear feet of the Large
Hope mine or Tein bearing kilver, gold and
other mineral, with surface ground 490 feet
in width, situated in the Tombstone Mining
Dislrct, county of Cochire aud Territory of
Ari7nn i and dolguated bv fie tield note
and 11tll1i.1l plat 011 tile in thi olllie as lot
No. 174 In .u Tombstone Mining Dlstrl:t,
Mild lot No. 174 being described as follows,
Beginning at the initial monument at a
tioot 5 feet long set In a mound or 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
.1 mound of stones, marked "L II M C No. 2,"
at the east cud "enter of claim.
The 'i sec. corner between sections 18 and
18 East Bouudai y, T 30, S R 22 E, bear S b"
deg, 6'J nun. :W seonds E. 11,449 feet distant;
thence N 3J deg, lUmin. E, along the Erst
end line of claim which is also the west side
tine of Grand Dipper mining claim, lot No.
143, 245 feet to u post. 5 feet long set In a
mound of stones, uinrk-d "L II M C No. 3,"
bv the side of a 4 inch post, marked -'G M C
No. 2;" thence N 45 deg, 44 min. W. 1016 feet
to a pos,t 5 feet long, set 1c a mound of
Mones, marked "L II M C No. 4;" thence 8
37 dig, 10 min W, 153 ieet intersect south
side of line (ill) mu MC.at a point S .M di-g,
20 min E. 212 feet from a 4 inch post, mark cl
'G M C No. 3," 200 feet to a post 5 feet long
M'tin a mound of stones, marked "L U M C
A poot marked "A M C No. 2" bears N41
deg. 13 min W.2535 feet distant.
U S M M No 2. bears N 3S deg, 44 miu W,
1504. 7 feet distant; tner.re S 37 deg, 10 min
W, lb feet interred MJk line Mizzentop min
ing .'lalm at a point N 11 deg, 05 min E. 42
fectdistanl fiom the SE corner 6 take; 311
feet iuteri-ect N E side line Anchor M C, at a
point S 31 deg, 35 mil: E. '260 fret from a 4
inch pot. marked -A M C No. 2," 200 feet to
a post set in a mound of stones, marked "L
II M C No. 6;" thei'ce S 4(1 deg, 44 miu E,
1030, 0 feel to u post set iu u mound of stones.
"L II M C No. 7.-'
Post marked "G D M C No. 7." bears 8 37
deg, 10 min W 304, 5 feet listant; thence N
37 deg. 10 nun E, along the west side line of
the Grand Dipper mining claim, 245 feet to
po-tniaiked "L II M C No. 2," plaee of be
ginning. Magnetic variation 11 deg, 25 min E.
Containing .1 tottl urea of 10.29 acres
Less conflict with the Guymas M
C, Lot No. 171 of 1.77 acres
And le-s conflict with tae Anchor
M C, Lot No. 110 of 1.70 acres
And less conflict with the Mizzen
top of 003 acres
Leaving a nc. area claimed of. .. .6.S17 acres
The location of thW mine is duly recorded
in the Recorder's ollice at Tumi stone, in
Book 0, Record of Mines, page 250.
Any and allpeisous claiming adersely
an) portion of said Large Hope mine or
Burfact ground, are required to tile their ad
verse claims with the Register of the United
State Land ODIce at Tucson, in the Terri
toiy of Ari70ua. during the sixty day's period
of publication thereof, or they will be barred
by virtue of the prnviions of the statute.
B. M. THOMAS, Register.
It is hereby oiderrd that the foregoing
Notice or Application for Patent be published
tortlie period of sixty consecutie da)s in
The Duly Tombstone, a dally nnwsmiper
publUhtd in Tombstone, Cochise County,
Arizona. B. M. THOMAS,
As under the former management 'be
saloon will continue to retail nothing
but the straight goods, which gave, the
Pony" such a well deserved reputation.
T. B. Rlpy's Celebrated Atlderao-
Gaunty Kentucky (four-year-old -
sour-mash BourbOn, and
J. M. Athcrtnn's tquallj celebrattl Tefc
Kettle Hve, of the same age,'retailed at
V2 cents. y'
The best "Bit Cigar" to be had in the
city, a spf-cialty.
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 Lotvest CasJi Prices
312 ALLEN STREET 312
Wm. Head, Proprietor,
13?Branch Eclipse Bakery,
The pumps have started, and G.
S. Bradshaw, of the
HAS ICE COLD
W. H. McBrayer's
Along with other mixed drinks not to be
equaled in the city. Also the
"Which Oan't be Beat.
On Allea Street, between Third add.Fourth.
G. S. BRADSHAW.
Haffnc'r A Shaughnessy. tbe popular pro
w-.ntrm rxt lt.m T4ltllar, .nl.M ... AM......
having made arrangements with the proori
tors ol the Celebrated lohilts Milwaukee
beer, have had a fine ics iheU erected In
their saloon and are now prepared to serve
their numerous customers -with schooners
of this celebrated beer oa dt aught, Ice cold
and try it 4U.
PATRONIZE DIRECT IMPORTATION
HE ABOVE WELL-KNOWX BRAXD
Emminunt Chemists, and Pronounced bj-ALL to be
Free from any Adulteration,
And is also Highly RECOMMENDED
By the Medical Faculty Tor Mcniclnal and Family Pnrpoes. Orders in Wholeee.'e taten
taken to be shippen direct from tin. distillery, by
ROGEKS HKO&, 13ENSON, xVKIZOJNA.
fcof.K AGENT FOU BENSON AND VICINITY.
A. COHEN & BROS.
ALLEN STREET NEAR FIFTH.
Imported, and Domestic Cigars an"
PIPES, SMOKEES' ,L'J(ES AND FANCY NOTIONS.
. Oie Tliemn Cah
Now TeacLv to Accommodate
HIS OLD CUSTOMERS iT
Shaeffer & Lord's Building
Cor. Fiivii smcl HTVoiiioiit; treets.
Having pucliasecl tlie Kollinflr Stockman cl Horses 01
J, C )unlja, aiso malcmc: many additional pu chases, 1
am now pepa ed to ofle to tho Tombstone public the
Ever DSrongrlit to ilie Territory
and on Reasonable Terms.
Transient and Boarding Animals
Carefully Cared For.
. Allen St., bet., 3d and 4th.
A. T. Jones,
VT'T -.! 2V5L'
rd leHlVl? " iC,I?S for ca,,wn i,",1 w",en' b"1""1 ,rl,M " Southern TcH
IldtelTOToM2.n''?C,oc,,I, ,sta 'eaves FnirJ-ank upon arrival of Sono.-atr.in
S....J r?,J?'?V9l0.ne X Connect with train to Snnor,. t ' nVtnr-1 n m
rnmi.nn . ' . "zv leaves Miirl-anK upon irn
Frt nt . l conn?J w'' train to Sonom at 2 o'cloek p
arr 1 b Mjy ?' cl'lcton,leaves Torabstoue at o'cl
arrival or l(cnon train.
turns upon a
-... wKv;i nrriTai Ol llpnurtn f,n...
Sta''e for Rilw. i....... "" ....
.v... ,:,L.ri morntuf; at o o'clock, except Sundays.
'46 o Allen St. Under Occidental Hcte',
nAS BEEN" ANALYZED BY THE M081
mi Stage Mas,
m., un r
u,u- i m i i ';, ,'- , ,, " M