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Tuesday Kvenlwe March 7, 1HH2
2VKW KA1UWAI1TUIC TAIJI.E.
San Francisco leave at 8:30 a.m. oery day
I.o Angeles IraMiat?. m. second day
llouson....... Ieao alB.Sa. mi third day
D mlii); leavu at t) p M. third day
Knnn City leave at 8:30 p. in. sixth day
St. Lou. a leao at 7 p. m. alxth day
New York irrive at 10:30 a. in. eighth day
New York..... Iciviat6p ra. everyday
St. Loil leave at H:M) a.m. third day
Kaisa- City leave at 10:11 p. m. third dav
1). mine..... leave T "' ,l,,h y
llenaou Icuvu at 3:42 p. in. sixth day
Tacon lcaeatB 30 p.m. sixth day
Lo Aojelf-a Icavo at 8-15 p, in. seventh ay
San Francisco arrive at 3 :33 p. m. eighth day
TraluM PasHlns IleiiNon.
New M'llco express train arrives 8:25 a. m.
San Francisco express iraln arrives 3:42 p. m.
Hlnnrnr'H IT.tnge liluc.
Stages leave T mSstone for Contention at 5 a.
m., to connect with the Gist hound train, and t
Us!) p. m , to coanect with the West bound train.
ToConcntlin..,.$t 50 ToHuacbca.....$3 50
To llerclord 3 50 To Bisbee. CM
ChaileMon 1 25 1
Nuiiily Hob' Mtaco Une.
'Office, 408 Allen street, opposite. theC"smopoll
tau hotel. Stigcs leave Tomhstone for Conten
tlon at 5 a. m. In connect with the eatcrn-bouud
train and at 12:30 p. m, to connect with the west
ern bound train. Acconvnoditlon stairn for Con
tentlon v. Ill leavo every.day at 4 o'clock p. m.
JU-nlN ut the Unison lintel.
1'aasoiifersleatlug Tombstone at 5:30 a.m. have
tialf an hour for breakfast at Benson, Those leav
ing here at 12:30 p. in. have one and a half hours
Eictern Mail Including all points cast of Ben
con-doses 8 p. m.
Western Mail Including all points west of Ben
son elnses 11 :30a m.
Money Order bn-dness clours 3 p. ra.
llegl"ter bui-luescloaS:30p m.
No Money Order or Uegltter business transact
ed after ofHce hours.
Unclaimed telegrams: N. B. Vates, C.
II. Howard, Titos. Paulson, Ell Stump, G;
The thermometer at sunrise this morn
ing stood ut 13 tlegiees above zero, thus
showing 10 degrees of frost.
Josei'ii (jOkman was arrested this morn
ing tor petty lurcenty, and Peter Black
for carrying concealed weapons. .
Chief ok Police Nagle arrested Charles
Cowell yesterJiiy for carrying concealed
weapons, and he was held in the sum of
$50 to appear before Judge Wallace.
The regular weekly meeting of the
Tombstone Debuting and Literary club
will bo held to-night m the offices of Judge
Lucas, at 7.30 o'clock.
' The Nugget -says: "The Sunday even
ing lectures of the Rev. Mr. Talbot, of the
Episcopal church, are hltrhly spoken of as
being fresh, fervent and eloquent." How
long since the Itev. Mr. Talbot returned
from Kansas? Wo wtro under the im.
presslon that the Her. Endicott Peabody
now fills the pulpjt of the Episcopal
-church in Tombstone, however, we may
be mistaken, and ate open for conviction
on this point.
AvEtiy plrxsant social gathering took
.place last evening at the residence of Miss
JltUtlc Jones, on Tough Nut street. Music
itud dancing together with elegant re
freshments occupied the time and the at.
tentlon of those present until an early hour
this .nornlng, when the guests departed
for their respective homes, all feeling
thoroughly satisfied with the night's en
enjoyment. Geohoe Hkakst used to tell the follow
ing good story, which ho said was gcod
becauso there is so much human nature in
it: Capt. Jlet chain, ol Oregon, was one
day traveling with a parly of men when
they were surprised and attacked by In
dians. The captain was mounted on a
rather docile, slow-going mule that did not
at first nsc equal to the cmergeu :y, and
his comrades, who were bctler mounted,
ran awuy from him. The captain shouted
after them with all his might, "Hold on
there, hold on we can lick hell out ol
'cm!" to which encouragement no atteii.
tlon wan paid. Directly old mulcy caught
a sniff and u smut of the Indians at the
same time, when ho started oil' at a furious
pace tliut soon left the balance of Che part,)
fur In the rear, when the captain looked
bick over his bhouldcr, shouting at the .
top of liis voice, '' Come on, boys, come
on there's a t-li o-u s-a-n-d if 'em ! "
B. Block, Esq., i,f Benson, is at the Cos
mopolitan. W. H. Daniels, of Bisbee, is at the Cos
mopolitan. Col. .. D. Henderson has returned from
a trip loBonoru.
T. L. Howard, Esq., of Santa Cruz is reg
istcrcd at the Cosmopolitan.
Mr. E. O. McCuire, of Charleston, ur
rived in town yes crday, and can be found
at the Cosmopolitan.
Ben Williams, Esq., is in the city this
fteinrx n Irom BibUc. He is stopping at
Mr. W. K. Lcyendgo has returned from
. Han Francisco, arter't somewhat protracted
Jf Charlej Thome will call at the En
TAPii cilice, or addics II. F. Blanchurd,
Augusta, Me., he will learn something
much to his advantage.
C. F McConky, 0. F. Karns nud Scott
Karns, mining men irom New Mexico
have Jusl returned horn Dos Cabezas and
Point of .Mountains. Mr. McConky Is
shortly to depart for the East lifter hit.
"better half." His many friends here wish
him joy. "
Jim Nash, one of our valiant fire laddies,
.while hastening to the fire on Sunday last,
received quite a severe injury, the horse he
wan tiding falling when turning the corner
of Sixth and Allen street.
Ward Priest left for tho scene of his joy.
Grass Valley, California, to-day. Ho coula
not rest content until he clasps to his
breast the little Priest-ess that has all of a
sudden thrown so much light upon his
R. J. Pr.tke, Esq., teturned last niph.
Irom several months' abst nee at New Or
leans, whither he has been for the benefit
of his health. His many fi lends here are
glad to welcome lilm home, and also .to
find his health so much improved. It is
whispered that his int nded will soon join
him here, and the happy pair be made
in "' I ii Km r i trnnimi& . -
Au Interesting Mining Mult.
An action was commenced in the dli
tnci court yesterday of wore than ordinary
intei est. The name of tho action is Patrick
McMahon vs. John M. Collins. The suit
is brought by plaintiff to compel Collins
to deed him a certain interest in what was
-the Last.Chanco mine, in T'irquois dis
trict, before its relocation on the 1st of
January last. This is the mine, we under
stand, that was bonded yesterday for a
large sum of money. If the statement of
the case given our lepoitcr is maintained
in court, then tho present owner will have
to disgorge a share of tho bonanza.
Tho version of the matter as reported is
this: McMahon with Collins was the own.
cr of the Last Chance mine, upon which
little or no work had been done. For some
reason or other it-is alleged that McMillan
was driven ftom the district and could noi,
then fore do his assessment work. On
the llrt of January he returned to make
u lelocatlon ot his interest, when he was
again, through threats, obliged to leave
his interest, which was relocated by his
purifier Collins, who has since been work
ing it with good results. This suit, as we
understand It, is brought to compel the
defendant to restore to McMahon his in
terest as it existed before the relocation.
The chief point of interest to the public in
this suit is, whether a' partner in "a mining
location can relocate a claim in his own
name, and thus disfranchise his co-owners
of their prior interest. The decisions of
the courts say not. Tho law there treats
mining locators as' tenants in common1,
and no ono of 'them can, by an act of this
kind, wrest his co-tenants' interest from
them." Wo believe tho same rule of law
will hold good here, and particularly If it
can bo proven that that owner was pre
vented by force from maintaining Lis right
of possession by doing the necessary work
under the mining laws of Congress.
James Reynolds, Oregon ; B Block, Ben
son; Ernest O McClurc, Charleston, A P
Hill, Calfornia; A Magee, Sun Francisco;
John Reynolds, W 11 Daniels, Blsbcc; Win
Hogan, Watcrvale; R J Pryke. city; Will
M McClure, Kansas City; Arch Glbbs,
Chicago; Mrs Goodwin and son, Mrs
Richardson, Virginia City; TL Howard,
Ben Williams, Bisbee; L D Hinds, Santa
Rosa; J as Forrester, L D Campbell.
Bxatulnatlon or f. Callsher.
The court convened at 10 o'clock a. ni.
and Mr. T. A. Atchison was called as the
first wituess. Hu testified to having seen
the defendant going toward the reur of
his store, between the Delta Saloon and
said store, about 10 o'clock on the night of
the tire, also, to having been at the fire.
Frank Plutz and Louie Zorn were then
sworn, and both testified that they had
seen Cullshcr coining from the rear purt of
lus store some little time before the tire.
The next witness examined was M. II.
SmUh, who stated that he hud seen Cul
isher about half an hour before the alarm
of fire, coming from the rear of the store
through the building now going up be
tween defendant'! store and the Delta
At 13 o'clock a recess, was taken until
ISO p.m. y
During the afternoon the motion for
dismltsal of the prisoner was argued both
pro and con, but the court overruled the
motion and Mr. Smith was recalled to the
Cochise Couutv Jtecords.
The following instruments have been
filed for record with the county recorder:
J. N. Mason, the Hawk Eye, Turquois
J. N, Muson, the Surprise, Turquois dis
trict. J. N. Mason, the Diablo, Turquois dis
trict. Robert Mutherson, the Mountain Daisy,
Robert Matherson, tho Superb, Warren
Robert Matherson, the First of March,
Robert Matherson, the Hidden Treasure,
Chas. Liftcliild et al., the Tenderfoot,
W. F. Banning, the Contact, Warren di&
W. F. Banning, the Chloride, Wurren
W. F. Banning, the King of the Moun
tains, Warren district.
W. F. Banning, the Buncom, Warren
George R. Evans, the Dctaullcr, Dos
Juines Bowers, the Mammoth, Huachuca
M. Suart, Episode, Cochise district.?
Charles Williumson et al., Champion
and Norman, Dos Cabezas district.
J. O. Brady et al., Brady, Tombstone
11 ILL OF SALE.
Geo. Wcaser et al., to Georgo Jaeger,
house and lot.
Henry Pixien to Charles Bernhardt, lots
G,7,a, y.und 10; block C5.
DEEDS HEAL ESTATE.
J. V Vickcrs to L. W. Bllnn, V, Inter,
est lot 11 und of 12. block 5; $450.
Jus. S. Clark et al., to O. O. Trantura,
lots S, and 4, block 28; $200.
Jas. S. Chirk et al., to Mrs. Katie L.
Burtholemcw, lot 17, block 47; 100.
II. G. Horton et al., to John N. Gal
lagher et al , Fraud; $1,500.
Andrew Mann et al., to John McMahon,
Red Buck; $100.
A. J. Mitchell to W. W. White, If Sid.
Wm. Griffith et al , and Chas. Solomon.
A1TOINTMENT AS AUENT.
Etna G. & S. M. Co. to A. II. Emanuel.
, l'OWKIl OK ATTORNEY.
A. J. Lynch to II. U. Horton, to sell ccr
Chas. Berirand to Flora Stumpp.
NOTICE 6F ACTION IN DISTRICT COURT.
Patrick McMulion vs. John M. Col
lins, obtuining deed conveying Last
MAP OF TOMBSTONE TOWNSITK.
Execnted by Howe & Manlng, March
BOND FOR DEED.
John M. Collins to J. D. Power, Last
Mr. Ozro Huskjns came up from Tuc
son this afternoHn. He represents the
owners of the patent for Arizona, of the
concrete, water and sewer pipe. This is
one of the best pipes for conducting Water
for domestic ana mechanical purposes,
whero the pressure is not too great, and
for sewers, that is manutactured.
Tub funeral or little Hilly Hlckson
took place from his -father's residence at 2
o'clock this afternoon. All the members
of liis class at school attendid the exer
cises to pay tribute to their once bright
playmate. Hllly's desk at tho school
room lus been neatly ciraped in black
since his sid death. Many friends fol.
lowed the remains with the griet-stricken
patents to the grave, and there they left
the dear little one at rest.
A map of Tombstone townsitc, executed
by Howe & Manning, civil engineers, has
been filed with the county recorder. It
will be in order now, in making convey
ances, to refer, in the description of prop
erty to mup on file.
Ben Williams, superintendent of Copper
Queen, is in town. Contractors will do
well to read his advertisement that ap
pears in this number of the Epitaph.
Gen. Charles II. Howard, Indian inspec
tor, paid us a visit yesterday. He leaves
to-morrow for Willcox, and points to the
eastward. Gen. Howard is proprietor and
editor of the Chicago "Advance."
John II. Jackson, United States deputy
marshal, went to Benson this morning on
business connected with the seizure of COO
gallons ot untaxed spirits. ,
Koll of Honor.
Charleston, March C.
Editor Epit vpu : Please nublish the
following roll of honor for the Charleston
school: Charles Schwartz 07.7, Honora
Wickstrom 95 0, Sydney Webb 93 0, Henry
Cowing 91.3, Frankie (Burnett 90.7, Roily'
Smith 90 K. Frank Shearer 90; and
greatlyobligeyour obedient servant,
11. E. Witiierspoon, Tcache.
That Alleseil Cure for Hruall-rox.
A mixture, compounded of one
grain of sulphate of zinc, ono grain
of digitalis, half a teaspoonful of su
gar and two tablespoon fuls of water
has lately been declared to bo an ef
fectual cure for small-pox, and a
paragraph to that effect has been
widely published. A correspondent
of the Milwaukee Republican writes
that during a recent attack of small
pox he gave the supposed remedy a
faithful trial, and derived not the
smallest benefit from it. lie adds,
moreover, "In the town wlVre I
caught tho virus the ' sure cure ' wa-
published at tho first breaking out
there. A druggist put it up and ad
vertised it as ready on call. There
were nearly fifty cases there after
ward, a quarter of them fatal, and I
understand the majority of them
tried the unfaifing-as-fate ' cure.
It has had recent wide publicity, but
I doubt whether any French medi
cal academy ' has yet heard of it. As
for its strength, take a drop of apple
juice, a drop of turnip iuice, mix
with a taste of sorghum syrup, and
stir tho mixture in a pail of water
take some whenover you are thirsty.
This, will bo as 'unfailing' as tho
other and is equally harmless. With
such a terrible disease as the small
pox, credulous people may suffer
greatly or die by having placed be
fore them, under such emphasis, this
utterly worthless cure."
Tue New York Mail and Express
pays tho following handsome tribute
to tho eulogy of Blaine on the late
Now that the eulogy is delivered,
and it stands out a pure, stately, no
ble, symmetrical and enduring mon
ument, unniarred by the slightest
partisan blemish, every American
will rejoice that the estimate of Gar
field which will be read by all the
world, is so faithful to fact, so true to
the life, so masterly in its careful de
lineations of character and so graphic
in its terse and lucid generalizations.
Each paragraph W a polished stone,
which any friend of Garfield"'might
gladly put among his relics. All its
paragraphs, each in its place in the
perfectly proportioned eulogy, make
a monument that will outlive, by
generations,, any stono and mortar
memorial that can be raised to the
dearest memory cherished by Ameri
International Itlfle Match.
At a meeting of the buard of di
rectors of the National Rifle Associa
tion held in New York on March 2,
it was an .ounce"d that tho interna
tional rifle match, for which our rifle
men have been preparing a team to
send to England, would be shot not
it Wimbledon but at Crendmore, as
the Englishmen have decided to send
a team here. Thoy wero unable to
guarantee a return match in case our
team went to Encland, and so they
consented to take the initiative by
sending a team here. Gen. Wingate
first read a letter from Sir Henry
Halford, in which this propo
sition was made. To this a
favorable reply was sent by cable,
and in answer came the following
from Sir Henry, dated March 1st:
" Council willing to send a team
to Crcedmoor this fall, upon terms
The directors at once sent the fol
lowing dispatch to Sir Henry:
" Terms accepted. Match to be in
It was decided to invito all the
states to compete for the honor of
having a representative in the Amer
ican team, and to use all means to
get up such a popular interest as will
result in the production of a team
worthy of America. Tho matter of
selecting a suitable teamwas referred
to tho committee on international
riflo match. Tho match will be shot
according to the- terms published
when it was thought that the Ameri
cans would go to Wimbledon. The
teams will consist of twelve men.
Neat rooms, well rurnlshcd, with or
without fire, also private board if desired,
at tho San Jose House, corner Fremont
and Fifth su.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Methodist-Ladles Aid society will be held
on Thursday, March 0th, at 2 p. m., at the
residence of Mrs. Robt. Eccleston, corner
Fourth and Bruce streets. A full attend
ance is requested. Mrs. Tmeo. Brown,
Mlts. SI. L. Woods, formerly of tho Mel
rose restaurant, keeps an excellent board,
ing house in connection with her lodging
apartments, at 617 Fremont street. She
serves regular board at $8 a week, or sin
gle meals at 50'cen.s each.
A lady desires to rent a piano. The
best of care will be taken of the same.
Call at tills office.
Faroiot'a Patent Canteen.
This is the most perfect canteen for pros
pectore ever trade. It combines a canteen
for water, drinking cup and plates, to be
carried in a nose b.ig"for feeding horse.
For sale at Cadwcll & Stanford's,- Allen
street between Fifth and Sixth. Call and
examine ior yourselves.
two apprentices to -learn dressmaking,
at Mrs Frary's, on Fifth St., between Allen
A new fire-proof safe for sale on easy
terms. Inquire at the postofficc.
Excellent business offices in. Epitaph
Building for rent at reasonable terms.
A pleasant cottage'-for :sale; inquire at
McCarty & ..Stewart will again open
their dancing academy 'on or before the
loth Inst. For ternis and other informa
tion, apply to' either tlf. McCarty or Mr.
Stewart, at 425 Fremont street.
Office stationery at Robertson's, 202
Fourth street, Urown'g building.
Works of Art.
The finest assortment of pictures ever
brought to this territory is now on exhibi
tion at the warero:ims of Messrs. Ritter &
Ream on Allen .street, between Sixth and
Seventh. Item braces some of the choicest
works of art in almost every form, includ
ing oil paintings, chromos, crayon draw
ings' and photographs. To fliose who
intend purchasing anything in this line a
visit to tho above establishment is com
mended. Go to Spangenberg's gun store and get
one of his $40 first-class sewing machines.
Auction and Commission Store.
Col. Dean has opened a store on Fourth
street. No. 223, where he proposes to buy
and sell everything that may come under
the auction line. Strict attention given to
Col. Dean, Auctioneer.
SpANOENiiEita rents sewing machines at
f 5 per mouth.
I. O. Smith has opened his new station
ery and book it-ire. next to the corner in
SatTord block, on Fifth street, with a large
stock of goods, together with leading
monthlies and papers. There is also kept
on hand a fine stock of pipes, tobaccos
and cigars of the best brands.
Wanted A s'tuation by a competent
bookkeeper. Inquire at No. 425 Fremont
TnE only place to get Fine Watch Rell
pairing done is at Hariman & Co's.
School books and supplies at Robert
son's, 202 Fourth street, Brown's build
ing. If you 'want a fine cigar call at the Club
Saloon, southeast corner cf Allen and
On the European plan, 510 Allen street,
between Fifth and, Sixth streets. The pro
prietors of this establishment have had
long experience in their business and un
derstand thoroughly the art of pleasing
their patrons. Give them a trial and you
will be cwnviuced.
Ed. Terkoll & Co., Props.
Case mountings and meerschaum pipe
mountings, and all kinds of jewelry re
pairing clone at Hartman & Co's.
Enohayino, in all its branches, done at
Hartman & Co's.'
Newspapers, periodicals, and books at
Robcrtsonis, 202 Fourth street, Brown's
The American Restaurant, on Allen,
between Sixtli and Seventh streets, oppo
site Ritter & Ream's, is now serving as
good a meal for .25 cents as can bo got
elsewhere for 50 cents. Give It a trial and
you will be convinced.
Mns. S. J, Dill, Proprietress.
What a truly beautiful world we live
in! Nature give us grandeur of moun
tains, glens and oceans, and thousands of
means for enjoyment. We can desire bo
better, when in jerfect health; but how
often, do the majority of people feel like
giving it up, disheartened, discouraged and
worried out with disease, when there is
no occasion for this feeling, us every suf.
fcrer can easily obtain sutisiactorv proof
that Ureen's August Flower will make
them as free from disease us when born.
Dyspepsia and liver 'complaint is the di
rect cause of sevenly-tive per cent of such
maladies as biliousness, indigestion, sick
headache, costiveness, nervous ptostration,
palpitation ot the heart und other distress
ing symptoms. Three doses of Auirust
Flower will ptove Its wonderful effect.
Parties wishing a first-cliiss view of the
city of Tombstone should cull ut the Ori
ental Gallery, 221 r outtb, strert,
At Woodhead & ti&yU Cash Htore
California Kit. Oranges, A'uts. ,Ai
plesand l'rortuceor all kinds. Fresh
Fish every Thursday.
F. X. WOLCOTr, JIanaffer.
By Wnlver-nl Acorit.
Aycrs' Uatfiartic Pills are ilie best of all
purgatives tor family use. They are the
product of long, laborious and successful
chemical Investigation, jtnd their extensive
use by physicians in practice and by all
civilized nations, proves them the best and
most effectual purgative pill that medical
science can devise. Being purely vegeta
ble no harm can irise from their use. In
intrinsic value and curative powers no
other pills can be compared with them,
and every person knowing their virtues
will employ them when needed. They
keep the system in perfect order, and main
tain in healthy action the whole machin
ery of life. Mild, searching und effectual,
they arc especially adapted to the needs of
the digestive apparatus, derangements of
which they prevent snd cure, if timely
taken. They are the best and safest physic
to employ lor children and weakened c n
stitutinns, where a mild but effectual ca
thartic is required. For sale by all
Union Alewa Itepot
Has now on hand a large assortment ot
toys, fancy goods and stationery, as well
as all the standard works of the best auth
ors. Also a fill stock of albums, paper
trays, story boohs, musical Instruments,
Christmas cards and diariM for 1883, etc
Sheet music for sale at Robertson's, 202
Fourth street, JJrown.'s building.
At the Old Stand.
Z. II. Taylor having repaired the dam-
age causeu by tne late are at his stable,
and fitted everything up in a much more
complete manner than before, will be glad
to see his old customers and the public.
An elegant hack constantly in service.
Finest brands of chewing and smoking
tobacco at the Oriental Cigar Store.
MEERSCHAUM goods, at the Oriental CI.
The choicest brands of imported cigars,
just received at the Oriental Cigar Storo.
P. W. Smith is sole agent foi the cele
brated Amazon Whisky and 3t. Loui
Since the new time table on the Conten
tion stage line the stages for Charleston
and Huachuca leave Tombstone at 1 :30
o'cIock p.m. The Bisbee stage leaves
Tombstone on Mondavs. Wednesdays and
Fridays at 8 o'clock in tho morning as
San Jose House.
with board, at tho
Deeds for Uotids.JUlnlujt Weeds an
i.nrnrinu VntlrcH frMali at thOmr
Complimentary Benefit Tendered to
MRS. CARRIE GREGORY
Tombstone Dramatic Club,
3TAICCU 7, 1HS8.
On which occasion wlM be resented that ster
ling ComiJj, In Two Acta, by Dion
The Irish Diamond.
Audt BtK MRS. CARRIE GREGORY
UdU.Duly E. v. tiumnn
Dick Daly (bin bod) -. O.O. Vur
Ignatius Mulroone I tsh echoolmatler
A. J. Mitchell
Mrir. Blake.., Miss Bertha llartmanti
M;iry Blake Mis Nettle Kadtrty
Lady Mauutjoy Mlns Bertha llanmanu
Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins, F. E. Brooks,
Miss Auule Brawn Qnartettc
J. P. Clum Id-citatlun
Miss May .Megan and Minnie Ita(l'erty..Iust. Diu-i
Chas Sulomtiu Negro btump Speech
Profs. Bouriand, Koch, Bmer. O'Connor....
Mies E. Hone and Little Jakcy
Comic Ivegro r ketch
The wholu to cotulcdj with the Roaring Farce
TURN HIM OUT.
Nlcodcraux Noahs (Toy Vender) ..A. J. Mitchell
Mr. Mackintosh Mukc C. Gdodale
Mr. Kglantlne Rueeleuf.., O. C. Voer
Julia (Moke'a wife) Miss Minnie Kaflert
Susan Mrs. Carrie Gregsr)
Xew Drop Cnitaln and Entire Xcw
Admlisonjl. Reserved Seats $1.C0. To be bad
at Fortlouls' Cigur More.
DOORS OPEN AT 7. CUlvTAtN RISES ATP.
OKDINANCK XO. 33.
The Mayor and Common Council of trie City of
Tombstone, Territory of Arizona, do ordain as fol
That sections 8 and 10, chapter 3; lection 43
of chapter 10, ami suctions Si and GO I chapter 17,
of the Code of Ordinances of the Ci'y of Vomb
stune, approved August 30, 1USI, be and the earn,
are hercDy smended to rc-d as follows:
Section 8. The ciiy officers shall receive th.
following salaries: 1 he Major dollar" pei
month; each ni mber of the Ctty Council
uollar permouth: the Chief of Police, one hun
dred and fifty do lars per month; the City Treas
urer, nuy uoiiars per monin; ine uny auiii
tor aa compensation In full for his duties as sucL
and bis ex-offlclo dutlco at Cierk of the Cominou
Council and Hoard of Police Commissioners, out
hu dred dollars per month; 'he City Recorder,
one hundred dollar- per mouth; the Clly Attor
in-. , oue hundred dollars per mouth, and the L'tlj
License Tax-Collector, oue hundred dollars per
mouth In full fur his rvlceV including ".he ex -odlclo
duties of Health Offlar, Streei
Commissioner, Fire Commissioner and Puunn
Mater and any and all duties that uiaj
hereafter be Impost d upon said City Li
cense Tax Collector. That the city shall In ti.i
case be or become liable lur the rent, use, or occu
pailon of any building o. buildings now used ui
occupied or that may hereafter lie nsed or occu
pied by any of said otriccrs or any other officer o
said city, except'for the building beretolorc anu
now provided tor the use of the City Recorder,
Chief of Police and City Auditor, the said build
In? being premises No. , on Fourth street In
said city; provided, that the Major and Com
mon Council may when they deem it proper so to
do. p -oviJe iomu other oue building lor the Joint
use of said Recorder, Chief of Police and Auditor,
and direct and cause said officers to remove to and
occupy such other building so provided for theli
bectlon 10. If the monthly and quarterly license
taxes are paid vvltblu ten days lroui aud after
the date when they fall due the city under and by
virtue of tue ordinance thereof, and all dully If
&nso taxes are paid without demand therefor,
then no lee shall on charged for the collection ef
auv such tax sopalu; but If any pirsun or poi
sons, natural or artificial, liable to the city for
auy sucatax falls to pay such montblyorquirlerly
lax ulthl.i said period or such daily tax withun
demand, then the parly owlnj' aud paying sucu
tax hall pay the License Tax Collector a fee
ol one dollar lor each tax collected aud license
Issued, Which mid t'-e- when culleeted oy said Tax
Collector xhall be paid over Dy htm to the City
Treasurer, and sbaii Be credited by said Treasurei
to the salary fund
In each and every action brought (or the recov
ery ofalicenso tax due the thy, and In each and
every other case, tried or proseczted, before th.
Clly Recorder fur the violation of auy law or ordi
nance oi thcelty there shall be taxed as cods:
First A costs of court the same fees aa are
nuw by the laws of the Territory of Arizona al
lowed to Justices of the Peace.
Second A City Attorney's fees the sum often
Tniid As License Tax Collector's feen the mm
ol one dollar lu each and eveiy tax cast. And it
shall be the duty ofttw City Recorder to tax such
teaacots In each and every of auch cases and
enter the same in the ducket kept by him and ren-
uer juugmrui uiereior (auu tney suan oe apart
thereof) lu adJlliou to the due or P' nalty impos
ed or tueainuun' oramuttnts sued for and recur
tred lu any such case. All of which said fees so
tax. d a costs, shall be p .Id to -aid Recorder aud
be by him paid over to the City Treasurer and be
ly the Treasurer credited tn Ihe salary fund.
The ChicTof I'.illee and Policemen shall receive
oue dollar for each warrant or ether process serv
ed, or arrest made, aud fifty cents for each sub
poena served in such rases, the same to be taxed
us costs, but the same shall In no case become a
charge a.-ainst tho city,
Section 43. The Clerk1 of the Common Council
hall keep ajourual lu which he shall cuter the
city urd naur.s ami resolutions at length which
en ry snail oe aue-icu uy tne aiaior ana said
Clerk. He shall aitcud all meetings of the Com
mon Council and of the Buard of Police Commis
sioners, and shall keep accuiate'mlnutes thereof
He shall cause all ordln-ince aud resolutions
which shall bo passed and adopted by the Com
mon Council, to be published as required by the
city charter, In such newspaper is may be desig
nated by the Common Council, and when so pub-ll-ted
shall file onecupy thereof In his office, also
deliver one copy to the City Attorney aud one
copy to the Clly Recorder, ach with pro J of
bectlou 63. It shall be nnlawful for any person
or persons to keep a house or room of prostitu
tion, assignation or Ill-tame In the city of Tomb
stone- witnout first having paid the license tax
therefor, and no lice-ns shal. authorize the keep
lug of such a housj or room at any place In said
city otherthan the ono designated in the follow
ing sectiou. And If any person or persons keep
ing sue h house r room shall be c nv icted of keep
ing a dl-orderly house or room, or a house that
disturbs or tends todlitmbthepeaceof ihcne'gh
borhood where the same Is situate, such convic
tion shall work a revocation of his, her or their
oectlou fi6. It rhall be unlawful for any person
to keep a house or room of Ill-fame, prostitution
or astlgn 'tlon in the cltv of Tomlulone except In
that portion of the city within the following
boundaries, to-vvit: Commenclug at the middle
of hlghth street on tue south line of Ihe city, and
ruunlng thenee north along the middle of Eighth
street to a pulut ono hundred and fifty feet north
of AU-n street ; thence westerly parallel with
Allen rtreet 10 the middle of Sixth street; thence
south on Sixth street totho middle of Allen street;
thence west along Allen street to the middle of
Fifth strtet; thence south along Fifth street to a
point fifty feet t-orth of Tonghnut street to ihe
middle orThlrdftrcit; thencenorth along Third
street to a point oue hundred and firty leet Lorth
of Allen street: thence west parallel with Allen
street to the middle or First street; thence south
along First street to the south line of the clly:
thence easterly along said tou'h line to the place
All ordinance and parts of ordinances In conflict
with the foregoing are hereby repealed.
This ordinance shall take effect and be In force
from and aft'-r due publication.
Approved Fab. 20, ISil.
JOHN CARR, Mayor.
fl. C. UUlULcY, Clerk.
O. O. TRANTtW, City, Attorney.
Ii-y-r-. r-.-r-. i---j--i-M-n-..-v.-iin-m. u
Delinquent hale Notlee.
TOMBSTONE CONSOLIDATED GOLD AND
Silver Mining Company.
Location of prlnc.pai place of business, San
Location of works, Tombstone Mining District,
Cochise couoty, Arizona Territory.
Notice. There are delinquent upon the
following described stock, on account of assess
ment (No. 1), levied on the ninth day of Jan
uary, 188 J, the several amounts set opposite
the names of the respective shareholders, as fol
Names. Cert. Shs. Amt
TSAIherstone 8 5 $ ;
T S Atheri-tone, lfti 200 i M
T a Atnerstone ioi
t'S Atherstone lbs
T S Atherstone .....169
Tt Athcn-tone 170
Spencer C Btowne, ttustee... 12
Spence C Browne, trustee... 13
Spencer C Browne, trustee... 14
spencer C llruwne, trustee... IS
Spencer C Browne, trustee... 16
Spencer C Browne, trustee... 17
KpercerC Browne 48
Spencer C Browne 49
Spencer C Browne GO
Spencer C llrowue SI
Spencer C B owne M
spencer C Browne 53
Spencer C Browne SI
Spencer C Browne 63
pencerC lirowne 56
Spencer U Browne 67
spncerC Browne M
Spencer C Browne 60
SpcnecrC Browne 61
Spencer C Browne 193
Spencer C Browno 191
w4l Brayion 31
W II Brayion 6.'
W II nraytun 63
W II Brayion 61
W H Drayton. T 63
W 11 Brayton 66
W 11 Hrayion: 67
YV II Bra) ton , 68
Nancy Barlow...' 36
C II Butler ; 38
J M Uufflngtou, trustee 1C6
J M Bu Hngton, trustee 190
J M Bufflngton, trustee 191
J M Bufflngton, trustee 192
F clay,' trustee
N C Carnall w
X C Carnall
M ct'arniil ,6
N U Carnall 78
NCCar all 89
CL uea Huchcrs...., 34
C A Herbert 1 8
L Ilatnl ton 140
L tlauilltou 142
u Hamilton 143
I. Hamilton 144
L Hamilton 145
L Hamilton 146
L Hamilton 149
L UamLton, trustee 214
J Hamilton 153
I Hamilton 154
J Hamilton 155
J Hamilton 156
J Hamlltou 157
JH mtlion 153
J Hamilton 159
J Hamlltou 160
l liamlltm 161
J Hamilton Ibi
H Lacy 28
WL .McCray 23
.V L McCiay 33
Chis A Morse, trnstee 2
Chas A M-rse, trustee 18
1 A Morse 24
OeoS Montgomery 130
GeoS .Montgomery 131
GcoS Montgomery 131
ieo B Montgomery 135
lei S Montgomery 213
G II McDjnald 174
ii II .McDonald 175
G 11 McDonald 177
G II McDonald 178
O Mcilouald 179
U II McDonald 180
0 II McDouald 181
U II McDonald 182
G 11 McUuiald 183
-I F McLaughlin 215
B Ncale 10
t'hos Ogden 150
Ueo II Perry, trnstee 161
Geo II Perry, trustee 165
1 W Phillips 20
i. Pro'ser 151
L Prosser ,,,,. .153
Gustave Feti-ron.... 2u5
Gustave Peter on 206
Gutave Peterson 2u7
Gnetave Peterson 208
Ga.tave Peterson 1U9
II Itibert 22
! Warner 47
VVui Wiaters S9
r' F Vvcatou, trnstee 3
e' F Weston, tru-tec 9
F Weston, trnstiw : 4S
r r vvetton, trustee,,...
FF Weston, trustee?....
'F Weston, trustee
'K Weston, trnstee
' F.Weston, truuee. ...
FF Weston, tru-tee
F F Weston, trUftee .
if F Weston, trustee .
FF Weston, trustee 91
f Weston, trin-tec 92
F F Weston, trustee 93
FWi-ston, trustee 91
f F Weelon, trustee .......... 96
s" F Weston, trustee T. 98
F F Weston, trnstee 101
FFWe-ton, trnstee 104
F F Weston, trustee -.lU5
F F Weston, truttee 106
FF Weston, tiutet 107
FWeslon, trustee 108
."F Weston, trustee 209
f F Wcfton, tructeo 110
F F Weston, trnstee Ill '
' F Weston, trustee 112
FF Weston, trustee 113
F F Weston, trustee; 114
FF Welon, trustee 115
F Weston, trustee 118
F F Westou, trustee 117
F r'Wrrtuu, trustee 120
F F Weston, trustee 121
FF Westou, trustee 121"
'F Westou, trustee 123
FF Weston, trustee 121
F Weston, trustee 125
FFWeston, trnstee 126
FF Weston, trustee 127
rt BYork 21
Andtn accordance with law and an order o! the
lloird of Directors, made on the ninth (9th) day of
January, 1882, so many shares of each parcel of such
tuck as mar be necessary, will be sold at public
met Inn, at the office of the Company, Rooms 3 and
l,(2d floor),309 California street.San Franclseo-Cal.,
in MONDAY, the SIXTH (th)day of MARCH,
1882, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. ol said day, to
pay said delinquent asserimeit thereon, together
with costs of advertising and expenses of the sale.
J M. HUFKINGTON, Secretary.
Orr:cK-Room4(2d floor). No. 309 California
street, San Francisco. California.
TWOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
-1-1 County Warrants Nos. 132 133, 141, 171,
173, 181, 201, 202, 203, 201, 205, 206, 207 and 208
wi I be paid en presentation to me at my office
These warrants cease to draw Interest from the
'date of this not Ice.
J. O. DUNBAR, Treasurer.
Tombstone, A. T., February 28, 1882. .
in. G. '.VEKTKRMA.V Proprietor.
Manufacturer of all kinds of
Mill and Mining Implements,
All kinds of Repairs, Including
BOILER AND STEAM FITTINGS,
115 Fremont Htrert. Tomhxtone. A.T.
SCHIEFFEUN HALL. -
The 17th of March, 1882
TICKETS (Including: GcntlemUB
and Ladles) ag 3d
Jndgj J. M. Murphy M. E. Joyce
ltont. liatca ,
D. McCaity f
Hon. 11. M. Wood
J. A Kelly,
J. I Shaughtaiy
Chas. F. Leach
Committee ot ArranKtmenU.
i: pyDU)a N. J. K-nealy
M. F. Kennedy D. A Morlarlty
? Smyth Judge J.M. Marshy
D.T.Shea M. ft. Sullivan
FatPhelaa Jas. T. Murphy
Floor Managers. ,r
M. F. Kennedy Peter Molloy
Jas. F. Kearney N. J. Kcpealr,
JohnDugan D. A. Morlarlty
Eastern Transplanted Oysters,
Luscious, Sweet and Juicy, fresh opened, In
Cans Packed In 'ice.
SHIFFKU JUAIsYK BY EXPJMBIH1
in any quantity Arrival In good order gnaraa-
anteea: w have exceptional Jacllltlua
for filling orders for these '
goods. - .
Frloes on Application.
EMERSON CORVILLE & CO.,
80S Hausome Htreet,
31S FKKMOXT HTREET,
Choice Meats and Sausages
OF ALL KINDS.
Highest Market Kates Paid for Fat Stock
B. BAUER A J. KKIIOE. Proprietors.
)r BEWAftf OF p,
Die TuMc is
istkc onlyToiudGr con
sisting of nothing but
milK FIRM OF L.' ZBCKENDOKF CO,
T.. Is this dav dlolved by
All liabilities of Ihe raid arm
will be paid bT8muel'.Kair-:ln. and all la
debtedncss owing to said firm will be collected by
L ZKCKKXDOIIF ft CO.,
Dated Charleaton,-A. T., Jaunary MlBS.
MR. AND MRS. CAMPBELL
(Late of the New Orleans Restaorant
on Fourtn Street.)
HAVE JUST HETURNKD FltOM SAN
Francisco, and are nleaspd to inform thyr
oid natrons and thj public that they have re-opened
a first-class restanrautat
400 Fremcnt Street,
Three doora from Fourth, and will spare no pains
to set the best table in town.at the lowest prices.
tXT Ulve m. a Call. ,
Sen,d th'n Weekly spuaph--large
pn-o jronr mssoi IHU Kaat.
CITY MEAT MARKET
430 FIIEIIOXT HTRfiET.
THOMAS P. WARD, Proprietor
CHOICEST BKEF, MUTTON, VEAL, BTC.,
always on hand.
Especial Attention Paid to Family -Trail
First Glass Offices
MINING EXCHANGE BLD'G
Rooms Single or En Suite.
J.. V. VICKERJ
'" fecal Ess