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Dlt. II. M. 3IATTIIKWN,
Pll Y SIOIAN AND BURUEONrOMBhTON E,
Arizona, Ofllce In WhorfrltzBiilldlug, corner
ol Fifth ind Allen streets, Tombstone.
. Y. Llwis.
UlO. U. llKHST
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. OFFICE WHER
fritz Building, coiner Fifth and Allen streets.
L,. F. IIL.VCKltUlt.N,
"P-EPUTY UNITED STATKh MARSHAL
XJ and Culliuor. Utiles with Judge Spicer,
Filth street, between A Hon and Fremont.
W. S. WILLIAMS.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
311 FOURTH ST.,
1. T. COlillV.
A ttoknky-at-law. will PRACTICE
Jtx, In ail tho courts of tho Territory. Oflleo lu
V.iu's building, rooms 11 and Incomer of Four'i
and Fremont streets, Tombstone, Arizona.
n. v. - OlMAItp.
i:. c. imxx, si. .,
PHYSICIAN AND SOKOEON, OFFICE IN
Webifrlu Bulldlnit, corner Fifth and Allen
streets, autrauieoa Fifth street.
CTOTAKY PUBLIC, CONVEYANCER AA
Fire Inmirniico Aceut.
FFICEat SAFFORD, HUDSON & CO.'B BANK
K. I. IlYDElt.
DENTIST. OFFICE WITH DR G. E.
Uoodfellow, corner Fifth and Alien streets.
Attorney and Counseloi1
Fremont Hlreet. Corner Mlxth.
J. V. VICKERS,
423 FREMONT Sr.
Real Estate, Mines, Money
lteul Estate Bought, Sold and Rmted. Col
lections Made, Tuxes Paid etc.
SIliiCH Bought and bold.
Jlonej Loans decollated and Invwtraents
liiaurnuro Fire, Accident and LUe.
A OTA It V I'HIILIC.
iX Tombstone, A. T.
A. J. MITCHELL, C. E.,
liMTKl) HTATF.M DEPUTY MIS
OFFICE 530 FREMONT dTREET, Tomb
H. B. IVIAXSON,
(Member N. Y. anu Philadelphia Mlnln Bureau.)'
UXITKI NTATKN DEPUTY MI.
ALL KINDS OF SURVEYINU AND CIVIL
Engineering promptly attended to. Office
Tin Fnmtli strw-t, nearKrcmnnl. Tombstone, A. T.
H. G. HOWE,
J. S. Deputy Mineral Survoyoi.
MINING EXCHANGE BUILDING,
Topographical Maps of Mining properties neatly
executed at short notice. Careful reports made
upon Mining Properties.
tThe llcst ontcrercnceH Ulven.
IIOUPEN A.'l I.OTH FOIt HALE.
ONE LOT WITH I10U8E CONTAINING
two rooms. Partly furnished.
ONE LOT WITH OOOl. CABIN ADJOIN,
lug. bltuatu In a dcslrablu location, near
O-.tuujwUI give a great b irgaln. Must lcac on
account of sickness.
Aliply to B. C. QUIGLEY,
fciirt. 3UJ Fourth St.
SAFFORD, HUDSON & CO
ro3IBSTO'E and TUCSON.
DRAW BILLS OF EXCHANGE
TELEGRAPHIC TRANSFERS OF MONEY
Oq the Principal Points In
EUROPE AND THE UNITED STATES.
Rccehe deposits, purchase or make advances
Territorial and County bonds and warrants, sj
proved commercial paper, etc., etc., and transac
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Depo-itK of Bullion made with us or shipped
Anglo Califnrnlau Bank, San Francisco, for oi
account, can bo checked against Immediately.
..... - Correspondent i
bA .F'V.c.IkCO...A.iioCALmireiAN Bam.
sJJs.A.V.(.,.!'L1,8 1,',RST Nationjm Bank.
ST. LOUIS Bank or CoMMKRCi.
UlltAbO Mxiiciiants' Sayings, L
nnw-rrw xi T UmiVAVT. .
JiOSTON Massachusetts Natioi.
PHILADELPHIA... .Central National Bam
C. J. DUVAL,
aietallnrslral Engineer and Awaayer
FIFTH bTREET, OPPOSITE SAFFORD
Hudson & Co.'e bank.
Bullion and Ores accurately Assayed. Roasting.
JIlllingaudSmi.ltlugorores a specialty. Blow
pipe and cbemlcul tests for various metals, ttc.
RErziiENCis: Messrs. Janin Bros., San Fran
Cisco; K G. IM'rano, S. F.j Ross E. Browne,
ynherslly of California: C. A. Stedtefeldt, Prcst
dent of the StedteWdt Furnace Company: rrol.
Thomas Price, S. F.; .lames M. Thompson, White
Howell Furnace Co.; A. D. Hodges, Jr., S. F.:
A.JBuwle,Jr,S.F.: E. M.- IIafi, Secretary ol
the Grand Prize, Independence, Naalo and Leop
ard VloinirCuuiyanles; C. W. Lrarh, Grand Cen
ral Mining Company: Nir.1 B..yle, BradhawMtn
orner or Fourth and Fremont MtH
IHMHolatlon Not Ire.
DIBSOLUTION OF COPARTIJER'IIIP
mnd.i Kebrusry 11. mi or the firm I'Rltier
A. Id-am, Mr. W. II. It.am ri'tlring: the business
kI0 ie co'.ilucteil hereafter bv A.J. Ritter. All
lontsinudlnir debts will he paid by him, and all
uuuey rniu iuo urm snail do paiu to mra.
W. H. KKAM.
Ill, NO. 41.
FHOH NEW MEXICO.
Silver City New Southwest.
A postoiiico has boon established
at Paschal, with John V. Fleming as
Wo hear that a steam road wagon
is to be put on between Silvtr City
A postofiico has been established
at Lone Pino Valley, Mogollon road,
with J. K. Holt as postmaster.
The vault in the county building
has been fitted up with convenient
receptacles for the records, and the
valuublo books and papers are no
longer in danger from fire.
Our county oflicers did a pretty
piece ot work last week in tho cap
ture at Eureka of Jos. C. Robinson,
wanted in Reno county, Kansas, for
stealing thirty head of stock a short
time ago. Sheriff Hendricks of Reno
count, and Whitehill and his tlopu
ties did tho work. .
J. R. Fraser, who absconded from
this town about a, year since, owin
large sums of money, is now a resi
dent of Tombstone, and according to
Tombstone papers is on as low a level
there as ho was hare. We would in
form the Tombstone papers that Fra
ser is unworthy of continence.
(old .Votes from Dos Caberns.
We positively decline to glance
over any more contributions on
spring. The poetry sent in this
week is too utterly too for publica
Mr. flHfp took his departure
last TluabUayTeeling very favorably
impressed witli our mines and the
future of Dos (Jabezas.
Mr. A. M. Ellsworth, formerly su.
penntendent of tho Eureka Consoli
dated, and a man of much experi
ence generally, is in town, and in
tends doing tho camp thoroughly be
fore leaving. We find him a pleas
ant gentleman, and hopo he may see
something io suit him.
Some seventy fiyo tons of very
rich ore have been hauled to the mill
from tho Eldorado mine at Silver
Uamp, and about one hundred tons
from the famous Mina Ghiquita mine
Returns will soon come in from these
shipments, and then the hoys will
put on a. larger force.
From tho number of strango faces
that greet one on our streets, we in
fer that the boom which has been so
long looked for and expected by our
citizens Das commenced in earnest.
It is at least evident that ,nearly all
of the strangers are men of wealth
and influence, which, without doubt,
mpans business, for Dos Cabczas.
From Mr. Nasli wo are pleased' to
icaui kiiuit vadium xjiuuicu, pi caiut:ill
of the Uommonwealth company, now
in San Francisco, is on the road to a
complete recovery from his recent
dangerous and prolonged illness.
The captain has many interests here,
and is generally recognized as a true
friend and well-wisher of the camp.
Messrs. Howard and Burt have
sunk a shaft fifty feet on their valua
ble mine, the Adriatic, located on
the mother ledge, the ore at the bot
tom being of a high grade and the
vein five feet in width. It is their
intention to drift east and west from
the fifty-foot level and stope out sev
eral hundred tons of ore, which will
be assorted and taken to the mill and
The stamps in our now quartz mill
were set in motion last Monday, and
have been running without intermis
sion ever since. All of tho machin
ery moves with precision, and there
is nothing needed to render every
thing perfect. Ore is be'inr; hauled
fiom two .or three mines, and as
many more are being worked for the
purpose of supplying tho mill, so
there need be no fears of its stopping
for want of rock.
Operations on, tho Juniper mine
havo been somewhat changed for the
present. They havo ceased work on
the tunnel and commenced taking
out ore from the old workings to haul
to tho mill. Tho ore is of a very
rich quality, and eight tons per day
are being extracted. After about
two or three hundred tons aro taken
out, work on the tunnel will bo re
sumed, when they expect to strike
tho main ledge at a distance of
twenty feet from where they left off
A Trip to tho Vekol and Other Mluex.
From the Florence Enterprise.
It is hardly necessary to say that
in going to the Vekol you havo to
pans tho railroad at Casa Urande.
From there, some twonty and more
miles over a level country, and then
some ten miles winding through tho
hills coming out on the west side of
the rango in which the mine is lo
cated. On my anival at the mine 1
was most hospitably leceived by the
Walker hrothers. These gentlemen
albo gave mo tho privilego of exam
ining their initio. This 1 did as thor
ough' as present developments per
mitted. There has already bi'en a
largo amount of work done on the
mine, yet so well and fortunately has
this work been done that it shows a
combined plan for tho better devel
opment of this grand property. Or.
the mine tln-fo area number of shafts
and drifts, in none of uhich has the
ore been taken out in tho drifting or
sinking. Every place now opon on
tho Vokol mino shows ore in quanti
ty. Tho dumps aro all crowded with
Recond-elass ore, the first-class hav
ing been sorted and shipped, and
every shipment has improved in
quantity and value. I remained sev
eral days at tho mino and from da
to day watched its nrocrrcss. and
though I do not pretend to bo ar ex
pert, yet I do pretend to some nrac
tioal knowledgo of mines and mining
TOMBSTONE, COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA. TUESDAY
and I qan safely say that it takes
time to comprehond tho magnitude
of such a deposit as is being opened
by these fortunate owners. Yet, at
the samo time, I would say that in
my opinion this mine is yet in its
infancy. From tho poculiar nature
of the formation and general sur
roundings wo may at any moment bo
called upon to testify to another of
Arizona's grand bonanzas.
Governor Trltlo Heard From.
From the Phenlx Gazette, Much -i.
Last evening at half-past seven
the band began playing in front of
the Bank Exchange hotel, and a
latge number of our citizens assem
bled to pay their respects to Gover
nor Tritle. This gentleman appeared
on tho balcony and was introduced
by Judge De Forrest Porter, and
proceded to make a few appropriate
remarks. Ho gracefully acknowl
edged the compliment tendered by
our poople-and trusted that they
might never havo cause toAregret it.
He stated that President Arthur had
seen fit to give him the appointment
.jf gofarnor of this territory, and he
would endeavor to faithfully perform
the duties of tho office; that he ap
preciated the importanco of the po
sition that Arizona was assuming.
The governor then informed our peo
ple that if they had any requests to
make of the executive ho desired
that thoy would approach him di
rect, and not through middle men.
Tho governor stated that he had
taken up his residence in Tucson,
and that ho would probably remain
in Prescdtt only at such times as his
duties mako it necessary. The
speech was a model of modesty, and
it is evident that Governor Tritle is
willing to stand on his merits, free
from rhodomontade. At the close f
tho governor's speech, short and tel
ling responses were made by Judgo
Porter, Judge Tweed, 0. A. Luke, I.
H. Cox, A. C. Baker, Ed. Porter and
From the Florence Enterprise,
Eight bars of bullion from Globo
passed through hero Tuesday.
Seventeen bars of bullion from
Silver King passed through hero
Thursday, on the way to San Fran
Mr. Aaron Mason will bmld a tele
phono line between his residence
and' the telegraph office soon. He
is bound to have all the modern im
provements and convenienoics.
The Pinal Consolidated company
is still delayed in the erection of its
smelter and buildings by the slow
arrival of tho material now coming
from Casa Grande, the latter occas
ioned by the scarcity of freight teams.
General Manager Linkton, of the
Pinal Consolidated, has gone up to
Deer Creek coal fiields, and. to the
South Pioneer sawmill. Ho will
take a look at tho entire country in
that section before his return.
The Lewis Mining company, com
posed of officials of tho Central Pa
cific Railroad companyhas bought
a half-interest in the Sunset and
Cow-boy claims at Mineral Hill, and
will commence work on them next
Wo aro indobted to Mr. Harry
Holburn, of the South Pioneer mine.
Tho ore sparkles with virgin silver
and cives average assay raturns of
$1,000 to the ton. Tho new strike
was made on tho 100-foot level, and
the oio body is five feet in width
and shows tho samo. wonderful rich
ness all tho way across. There is
no disputing tho fact that the South
Pioneer is a marvelous silver mine
and will soon assist in swelling the
bullion out-put of Arizona.
Bale of a 3Iln.
E. S. Junior, well and favorably
known from one ond of the territory
to the other, has sold his flux mine to
Monroe Saulsbury and others for
$25,000. somo $3,000 of which he
has already paid out in Prescott.
Tho old mine is a veritable bonanza
but Mr. Junior needed money to de
velop his Bradshaw mines," which
aro among tho best in Arizona. The
mine sold by him is between Iassa
yampa creek and tho Vulture mine.
Junior has earned this "stake," and
wo aro glad ho has secured it. Pres
The Weekly Epitaph is now
ready, and for sale at this
Ollicc and at the News Stand.
A'oliee to Debtor.
OWING TO THE DESTRUCTION OF JIY
business by tho burning of tho Way Up
Lodging House. 725 AIK n strcit, and In order thui
I may rub illd the same, I request that all those
Indebted to mu come forward and settle their bills
Immediately. C. C. HLAIK.
Tombstone. March 6. 188J. ni6 lw
lilts. A. I. Fit Alt KV,
Millinery and Fancy Goods.
Agent for Biitterlek' Patterns.
FIFTH bT., BET. ALLEN & FRKMONT
SOMETHING NEW TO LADIES.
I suppose you nro n nro that Suits, Cloaks,
Sncqnes, FurlJolmnn", Corsits. or nmthlnglu the
lino or Lidles Wiar, can bo bousint jns t as cheap
us the nrlco of tho milking would be, at
Model Mult unit Cloak IIoiihc,
Al'en Street mar Sixth (opp. Bird Cage Theatre).
P. S. Furs made to order any width wanted.
Hults repaired, cleaned orremodeled Masquer
ade Suits, Dominoes and aska can be had at
short notice. If you want ai.y speciality come
and gie your order In time.
ALL PERSONS IIATINU COMPLAINTS
to make of public nuisances on the public
streets or on tirlvete property, will call at IhcAu
d tor s office, 305 Fourth street, and Chtr tho samo
uu ue general compiaini noon Kept for that pur-
'iOMBBTONK, Feb 23d, lWtt.
HAVINU RECEIVED PATENTS ON THE
Vlzlna, Poor X and Yreka claims, we are
A-., i ...., .vnj. a ,uu trriku cihiids, we are
now prepared to sell building lots on said prop,
erty. and will give those parties now occupying
ive inose parties now occupying
rain iota tne oral privilege to buy.
IZ1NA CON. MININd CO.
ki ff fJoir f A H
212 FOURTH STREET,' NKAR BROWN'S HOTEL.
DECHI3?Fj.SEtcy5'S' P,8TOLS' CABTKIDOES. CUT17KRV. HBWINO HA
The Only Complete Gun and Locksmithing Shop in Arizona.
GEO. W. PRESCOTT.
COK. FIltST ASDHIl!ltIO. STS.
BUILDERS OF STEAM, AIR & HYDRAULIC MACHINERY
Water-Jacket Smelting Furnaces
For Copper and Galena Orea. of the I.ntet and .HoHt Approved Pattens
COMPOUND OONDENSINQ ENGINES
AutomMIc Cut-off Enrlnc, Vertical and Horizontal Engtoeaand Boilers, Sirect-Actlne and Geared
Ilolattnt' and Pumping Enilnea and R la tonalantly on hand. Air Compieaiora, Quartz
Mill Machinery fur Wat and Dry Canning, I'ana, Settlor, Self Feeders, RoeJ.
Breakers, Retnr, Col ttn mrt, Roa.tlnj; and Chlorodlzlng Fur
naces, Cornlih Pump, and Mill Irani and Catting
of every ideicrlotlon.
BOSS AMALGAMATING PAN,
The beat Ortnder and Amalgamate
Cattle Thieves !
TnE ABOVE REWAhD WILL BE PAID
lor the apprehension ol, and evidence that will
conv.ct anyone aleallng cattle, horses or mnles
Irom the un Icraleued. Our cattle brand ii a
circle CW) on left side. Onr horse ant mule
brand Is a script ly on left hip.
BUTCHERS ARE WARNED
Agalnt purchasing stock of our brand from any
one bnt ourselves
THEO. P. WHITE & BROS.,
El Dorado Ranch, Uok Cajezas, P. O., A. T.
The following Blanks can
now he found in stock at,this
- Ronl-Estatc Dwells. ,
Blanks for Deeds (Mining).
Supplemental Location Notices
Power of Attorney.
To Miners and Mine Operators.
Boston & Arizona Smelting & ReMon Go.
IS PREPARED TO
deceive and Treat, or Purchase Gold and Silver Ores of all
wrades, and in Lots ofall Sizes, from 100 Pounds to 10,000 Tons.
l'artlen Having Ore will lo Well to Confer w ththoSIanasemnnt Berorr
MnkliiR Other ArraneemeiitH ror SIlllIiij;. .villi or the Company Mltnated a
Kmcry City, on Man redro Itlver. Three .UUcm lleloty Charleston'
OKO.H. IlICR. General Slanaser.
rllltOE FIELD OP THE
I1E U. S. SUPREME COURT DECIDED. OCTOnEK 12, 1S80, TH
Infringement of the Giant Powder patents, but on 'the contrary "In
J Vlcorlt I'oader Is no
respect within their contemplation." It Is ludicrous as well as libelous therefore to term
powder an adulteration or Imitation of one sclentlflcallv Inferior.
Experience and use have proved for the Visorlt Powder:
1st That It Is a safer powder lor transporting and handllne than thr other Nlto-Ulrcerln
Powders heretofore made
2d That with au equal cxploaUo power It Is very free from hurtful fumes.
3d That It Is much less affected hy heat cold or moisture.
4th 1 hat it cau be tightly tamped without risk of explosion. ,
Risks of Accidents Will Be Very Greatly Lessened,
If not altogether overcome, by a cencral use of this powdi r in tho mines. " We hare ys t to hear o! a
'"h Mmnnu in ,.! linn i.tu lUJUflTU UV 11.
flff" The VlRorlt Powder Company manufacture
powi er, know n as Not). 1, 2 and 3 respectively, designed l.ir the different classes
tafsi i'4 tn K.i bin nalnp va asiir a-ir.(9..a I -. rI.A .!... ... TTI..-1. lit t - ,i
ranted to bo superior to any nowdcr in use.
me rorresponaing grades oi uiant ana Hercules,
Best quality of Fuse, and jingle. Double
ocuu lur Liaiupiiiei guuwjUL; mem
relatlve strength, safety, etc.
No compariclon biwed
KVULIMII & WKIHIIT, AtrentM.
Nervous Debility. Exhausted
ney complaints and
UK. HfcKY. -one of the moot ablft physician
us with NEIEVOUS DISABILITIES and KIDNKY
cuee Dcingutftien snccemully
ofnolnftanro of failure, when used as directed." J "rc,ac
T rnn rlnfm
Price $1 per Package, or 6 Packages $5.
Job Printing of every description at the Epitaph Office.
EVENING, MARCH 7, 1882.
IRVING M. SCOTT.
D. T. BCOTT.
FOHTOFFICE BOX 12S.
California. , ,
Pan vet Invented. Will sar a much lareer percentage of Gold
liver than any other Pan In use.
3E.xxi3Hi, TWro Ropea
THE EPITAPH JOB OF
FICE is prepared to compete
with work done in tho lararer
cities. Patronize home indus
try and keep your money in
the camp, where you'll see it
again. 325 Fremont street.
ROCKAWAY OYSTER HOUSE
On the European Flan.
Ladles' Private Dining rooms. The best, cutest
and chaipist place In Tombstone.
JOHN B0Q0VICH & CO., PROPRIETORS
Opposite Safford, Hudson A Co'a Bank.
In Cosmopolitan Hotel.
TniS RESTAURANT IIAS LATELY
changed hinds, and Is nowcondnctcd In first
class style, being the
BEST RESTAURANT IN THE CITY
C. W.UOODAI.R, Mnperlntendeat.
on the most scientlnc principles three grades ot
r, cesimica Mr the different classes of blasting, and war
The prices lor VlRorlt will be the same as are askod )
and Triple Force Caps sold at lowest rates,
tAfltltin thi HlfTai-unt nnsllliua nt nil nn. mrAnmrn tk.l.
upon identiflc Inquiry or actual use Ii (eared
3S57 PINK STREET. SAN FRANOIBCO
Vitality, Spermatorrhoea, Kid
all Urinarv Troubles,
of London, eayM "I have treated upwards of 40000
that an ahanlnta ritr.i l nhialtM, uitv, .... -iil
11L.KM. antl lrrrr!hPrt lhl rnmoH
t?a .i .......il.j ! 'a .
M'l HIT t f IJfc-t. S? CO.,
, 805 Bnt 14th Htrret. x rk
L. W. BLINN
L. W. BLINN, General
All KINB ov
MINING and BUILDING LUMBER,
Shingles, Shakes, Laths,.
Doors, Mows, Bids, MopJflinis, Etc.
Our conneciiA'4 jnth vlumBersnariufae'turers or the Pc!fie Coast ii
such as will warrant us in saying that we aro prepared to' furiiisli any order,
however large, upon the shortest notice and at the most favorable prices.
All orders or letters should be addressed:
L. W. BLINN, Manager.
Tombstone, A. T.
Or, GEO. W. HOOPER, Secretary,
Cor. Fourth and Channel Sts., San Francisco.
53T Branch Yards at BENSON, A. T.; WILLC0X, A. T.:
DEMING, N. M.
CARPETS & BEDDING
308 Allen Street, Near Third.
The Largest and Most Complete assort
ment of Eastern and California Furniture
ever brought to Arizona. You
it to your advantage to examine
oeiore jrurcnasinp eisewncre.
ELDREDGE SEWING MACHINE
CALIFORNIA TIN SHOP,
205 FOURTH STREET W. FESENFELD, HuugeiC
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER,
Sheet-Iron "Work and Tin Roofino.
Better work 'and lower prices than any other shop in Tombstone. Pumps
and pump work a Specialty. Sole arents for Gipsy Queen Range the best '
jjiad -cheapest etnvaaa-Arizona. A-fulla'ionroqnt oL.Y4cytfcag-gold-
V irst-Ulass 1 in Shop always on hand or made to order.
VW Call before Purchasing Elsewhere 205 Fourth St
FREMONT STREET, TOMBSTONE.
Lumber, Shingles and Mouldings, Doors
Windows and Blinds,
Builders1 -and General Hardware, Paints, Oils, Glass, Etc. Crockery
Glass n ire, Lamps and Chandeliers; Carpenters', Builders' and Painters
' THE COSMOPOLITAN,
ALLEN STREET, TOMBSTONE A. T.
SCendquartera for A-1X Staso Oom-oaulea.
C. BILICKE, Proprietor.
Graf ft ScliOuiolZur,
neBHK.snoKixu. aox ma.
HiaiU AND GEXKKAXi
To suit the times we hare reduced the price of
hrte-shoelng to $J 50, aud other work In propor
tion. Nothing but first-class work done In this
Cor. Third d. Fremont
The Largest Music House in
lH UFACTURSRS OF TnEIR OWN PIAN08
xVonts for tbe Celebrated
ESTEY ORGAN, HAINES
BROS., PIANOS, WEBER
ivruniei?rt Sold on Installments I
For Price L.s.s, saeet Masle, etc. Address
SHERMAN, CLAY & CO
San Fmncisco, Cal.
Silver Belt Caution Notice.
LI PER80NS ARE CAUTIONED
aealnst nurchaslnir inr utneV In th HHvr
BeltAHnlnp Cnmnanv from T? If IVinm.n. I
sued to Mm as trustee. Maid stock was Issued b
me to Bourne for a contract of work on the mint
not yet fulfilled, and an action will shortly be
commenced to comDel Mr. Rnnrni. nr thi. hnliW
of stock obtained from him, -o fulfill said contract.
25 CENTS A WEEK.
Manager, Tombstone, A. T.
Rleltail Dealers in
a. D. OTIS,
MAIN STREET, TUCSOM.
P. W. 8MITU
Pima Co. Bank,
TOXB8TOKK. A. T.
San FriJctsco, Cal. raclfic Bank.
Los Angeles, al. Farmers Merchant' Bank.
New York Ninth National Bank.
tayfleposlts received In coin, Currency or Mex
ican Stiver. Exchange bought and sold ai current
ates and a general banking business done.
Parties residing at the cen
tres of capital, East or Westt
who wish reliable informatiea
in regard in actual develop-
ments in the great Southwest
ern! Mining region, should not
waste their money on the so
called Mining Journals," is
sued in their respective cities
by people who probably nriver
saw a mine. Subscribe foi
the WEEKLY EPITAPH. Its
mining news is full and com
plete, and verified by the per
sonal examination' of disinter
ested and reliable experts.
J. H. GREER.
(car coiner or "