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Tjeoday KvenlnK March 7, IS
UNITED STATES MINING LAWS.
Informatiou for Locators unit
Owners of Mines.
Applications! far 1'atentH Hon to
Deal with Cross Lodes Tunnel
Klehts Adverse Claims
The .Law in Regard
to Aliens Etc.
ArrucATiox or patent.
When papers havo once betn filed with tho
register anil receiver, they become a ptrt of the
recoid, and can neither be withdrawn nor re
turned, but mutt be transmitted to the general
An application will be rejected when tho des
cription of the premises Is erroneous or ln
sutUctent. , ,
Application for patent will be rejected be
cause: J'lrst The notice whs published without tho
knowledge of I he register.
Seconu Tho nonco was sot published in a
newspaper designated as published nearest the
'1 hlrd Record title was found defective, and
Fourth A previous application bad been made
for the same premise, wblcb was wlthdrawu
pen-ling a omit In court commenced by the ad
Au application for patent will be rejected wbcb'
th survey does not accurately denuu the bound
aries of tue claim.
Where tho claim was not located In accordance
Wueru several parties own separate and distinct
portions of claim, application for patent may
do made by either for that portion of thecluitm
owned by Urn; but where several parties own
undivided Interests In a mluiue claim, all should
Join In an application for patent.
A person or association may purchase as many
placer locations as tbe lucul law admits, and
emhrace them all in one application for a patent.
Two or more lodes cau not he embraced In one
application for a patent except for placer claims
embracing twoormoro lodes within their bound
aries. Papers (worn to before any person purporting!
to hiii a uepmv ir me register ana receiver,
can hot be recorded a evidence.
In alfpatents for mining claims situated with
in the Interior boundaries of u townslto, a clause
Is Inserted "excepting and excluding all town
property rights upon the surface, and all hou.es,
buildings, structures, lots, b.ocks, stree e, alleys,
orothar inuulclptl Improvements not be.ongiug
tn the grantee herein, aud all rights necessary or
proper to the occupation, possession and enjoy
ment of the aaine."
Publication of notice must be made In only
one newspaper for tnepetiod of sixty days.
Notice must be published lea consecutive week
In weekly newspapers, aud in dsl.y newspaper
sixty days must elapse between the first and iat
Where tbe register designates the dally Issue of
a newspaper for puodcatlou of notices of a min
ing application for patent It Is not a compliance
with law to change to thu weekly edition of the
tame paper without authority o' tbe register.
The existence of a salt spring on a tract of
land withdraws It from the operation of the
homestead aed pie-emptioa laws. A hearing for
, -.Lijcrpose of proving tho agricultural character
of such land is not allowed. Land containing
valuable deposits of slate may be entered under
the mining acts.
Advene claimants must file a .separate and dis
tinct claim against each application wnlob It Is
alleged conflicts with tbe premises owned by such
The papers lu an adverse claim once filed can
not be withdrawn, but become a part ol the record.
When an adverse cialm has been fllad It canuot
bo amende I so SB to embrace a larger poittouof
tho premises than that described in thu original
An adverse claim must be mado out In proper
form and filed lu the pr-per local office during the
period of publication of tbe application fur the
patent to be efiecttve.
It Is tbe duty of the adverse claimant to com
mence suit lu proper form wlthlu the required
time, and If he trusts the uncertain medium of
the United States mall, he must abide the conse
quences, should tho delay ensue, through misfor
tune or accident. Should tho failure to com
mence suit bo tbe result of the corrupt or dlshon
est action of his attorney, the Interior department
can no redress the wrong.
An adverse claimant should set forth In detail
the facts upon wblcb bo bast's bis adverse claim.
A statement In general terms, embodying conclu
sions of law, without stating thu facts spec.ally,
will not be considered In evidence.
An adverse claimant should show a compliance
with tbo local laws in recording bis claim, and lu
regard to expenditures, and hall tile a copy ol the
brulual notice of bis locaelou, aud show the na
ture or extent of the conflict alleged.
Au allegation of parties to a suit that they com
pose the company Issu clcot, aud they are not
required to prove that they aro the original loca
tors of the identical parties who presented tbe
AamCBLTtmAt, ORlllNtrUL LANDS.
Where land.ls of little If any valne for agricul
tural purposes, but If -essen Ul lor the proper de
velopment of mining tlalms. It should bo dis
posed of odder the mining uct.
Where lands retaining .valuable mineral de
posits baveoeeu lne.uded luun agilcultural entry,
said entry will bj canceled at any tlmo prior to 1s
susacc of patent, upon satisfactory evidence of
Where valuable deposits of mineral are dlscov
tred npou a tract 'nfler Ibe same has been cnt red
as (agricultural but betore patent lias been is
sued, tho tattles claiming ithe mlno may make
application .furpateuMor same, and the agricul
tural eairy will be canceled to that portion 01 tbe
land jinbiaced bv said mining claim.
Wbtre mineral deposits are discovered on agri
cultural lands after tbe I ateut has been Issued to
an agricultural claimant, they pass with the
Agrlcnlturaleollcge script cannot bi received
lu payment for claims.
A foreigner may make a wining location and
dispose of It, provided he becomes a citizen before
disposing of the mluu. Proof tnat the party was
not a citizen before disposing of bis claim must
be artlrmat ively shown.
Locators and -Intermediate owners other than
applicants will hut be presumed aliens lu the ab
sence or allegation or objection prior to Issuance
Tbe portion of a m.nlng claim sold to an alien
cannot be patented while such owner la an alien;
but on bis declaration to become a citizen, bis
right dates back to his purchase, and be may
thereupon secure United States patent lor bis
Kevlsed statutes, section 2136.
Where two or Tnore ledges cross or Intersect
each olber, priority of title shall govern, and such
prior location Khali be entitled to all ore or min
eral contained within the space of Intersection,
but tbe subsequent location shall have tbe right
or way tbrougn tbe spacj of Intersection for the
purpose of the convenient working of the mine.
And where two or more aelns unite, the oldest or
prior" location shall take the vein below the point
of union, Including all the space of Intersection.
There Is no authority of law for a tunnel loca
tion 8.UX) by 1,600 feet. A proper location Is tbe
width of the tuunel lor 3,000 feet.
There Is no provision of the law for patenting
tunnel locations, but lodes discovered in running
a tunnel may be patented In like mauuer as other
The right Is granted to tunnel owners to 1,500 of
each blind lode, not previously known to exist,
which may be discovered In their tunnel.
Whs a lode Is struck or discovered for the first
time In running a tunuet, tbe tuunel owners have
the option of recording their claim of 1,500 fet all
on ono sldcgt,th.e polut ol discovery or Intersec
tion, or p.iuy ououe lde thereof and partly on
tbe other. -
Prospecting for blind lodes Is prohibited on tbe
line of a located tunnel, while tbe tunnel Is in
progress, but other parties are In uo way debarred
from prospecting for blind lodes or running tuu
nels, so long as they keep without the line ol such
S. H. LUCAS & CO.,
TIUR KKMTIiEHM JKlYKLKltH,"
Sealers in Fine Watches.
SANTA FK and SILVER CITY, N. M.,
Tuoeoxv, : jCSjx-Xz&oxlo..
Order by mail solicited.
Next loor to Wells, Vorgo's Kxpres
Office, Allen Htreet.
CAHPHKbb 4t HATCH. Proprietor
Information Is wantsd of thst whprtshnnts of
Jenry K. Invl. a native of New Haven,
oiau ana sum, nas uarK nair ana eyes.
li siur & jcurs oia, iniormauoa is
K relatives ana iriena. Address
MBS. WM, K TERRYJ-
O. K. FREDKRICK, Tombstono, A. T.
FREDERICK & HILL,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In an Manufacturers of
Tin, Sheet-Iron, Copier anil Brass fares.
Prospectors' Camping Outfits can be Purchased of Us Cheaper
than at any other Store in the Territory. We
Havo the Best' and Cheapest Stock of
Cooking Stoves and House Furnishing Goods
IN SOUTHERN ARIZONA. A COMPLETE SUPPLY OF PIPES AND PIPE FITTINGS
and Brass Uoods always on Hand. MILL AND MINING WORK A H 1 C. I'l . . 1,. nj n
Tanks from 1,000 to 100, 00 Gallons, Furnaces, Air P pe, etc.. Iron and 'I In Roofing, Plumbing and
Gas Fitting. KUKIfKIUCK A 'ill Mi. Tombstone A. T.
. ' ' 'ssag
NEW YORK VARIETY STORE
For Ladies nml Children's Fine Underwear,
Hosiery, Silk and Linen Uandkercliicis,
Table Linen, Fine Corsets and Fancy Goods.
Jouvin and Foster Kid Gloves, Hair Switches, Infants' Wardrobes;
NOVELTIES DAILY FKOM NEW YORK,
la 1'lne Lacca-nnel Lace Neckwear.
M:iMEFt'EI,lN IIAMj milMslXU. Second Store from Corner of Fonrth Nt-
ALL GOODS SOLD AT NEW YORK PRICES.
GIANT POWDER AGENCY,
General Agent Giant Powder Go.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING,
AT TUB OFiMCK OF TUB
Daily and Weekly Epitaph,
"W-AJR, I "W-A.IR, I
GO TO THE
Miners' and Mechanics Store
Winter Clothing, Underwear, Boots and Shoes, Blankets, Etc.,
CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY. Call and price our
newly arrived stock and you will be convinced of what we say.
Cop. Fourth and Allen Streets,
JTI8T HKMOVED TO THEIR NEW, LARGE AND COMMODIOUS BUILDING.
The beRt attention given to stock left In our enre. Hay and Grain for stale
Wholesale uuclltetnll at the I o went market price.
Man Pedro Htrcfct, llenHon, A. T.
Barter Hay, Alfalfa, Wild Hay and Barley! always on hand for sale. Tbe best attention gives to no
W3I. OIIM'.HOIU.KX A CO.. Proprietors.
The Weekly Epitaph takes the lead.
SPRINGER & HACKES,
x Wholesale and Jtetall
Dealers in General Merchandise,
AKUI.L MNE OP EA8TEUN AND CALIFORNIA GOODS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Misers' Supplies a specialty. Also a full assortment of Wines, Liquors aud Clears.
Dealer in GENERAL MERCHANDISE
ALLKN STREET. TOMBSTONE.
Henry "W", JESL&&,Tr&ri.&;,
"CHEMIST AND ASSAYER,
QrECIAL CARE TAKEN IN ANY TESTS OR ASSAYS THAT MAY BE PRODUCED.
One assay tor gold aud silver Jl SO
Two assays for gold and silver 3 00
Three assays for gold ana slher 4 00
Voor assays' for cold and.sllver.. 5 00
Xioadt, Visa, and SBullloxx lxx 3Erox30xrtloxx.
tarMperlal eontt etn with compunleii. AHNaylngtnwrlit OMreaonahtetrrmK
Neat Job Printing
S. HILL, Preecott, A. T.
Opposite Pima Co. Bank.
AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Five assays far gold and silver 9 60
One copper assay , 2 B0
Two copper assays -I 00
Three copper assays & 00
A Trial of These
Will Convince You tlirit they
BEST BITTERS IN THE WORLD.
Thcv Effectually cure MAL
ARIAL DISEASES; VITAL
1ZE TUE SYSTEM and arrest
the ravages of the Dread
ful Alcohol Habit-DYPSO-
tar For Hnle by all Drnsglftta and
TO THE UNFORTUNATE.
I AO PENNING
fcWO ton street.
near Church, Tucson. A.
T Kstabllnhed In IBM
for the treatment of Sex
ual und Seminal Dls
eases, such as lionor-
ure, -)imiiiim, in an
Its fntms. Niiiiliinl
tcney, night louses by dreams, pimples on the
race ana losi mannnoo can positively no curea.
The sick and afflicted should not fall to ci'l upon
him. Tho Doctor has traveled extensively in
Europe, aud Inspected thoroughly tho various
hosDltal' tbcic. ohtalhlnz a creat deal of valuable
Information, wnlch ho Is competent to Impart to
tnosoin need or ms services, in;, uiiiiiu.n win
make no charco unless he effect a cure Persons
ol a distance .11 AY lit: tlUICUIr AT
llts'IK All communications strictly confides
tlal. Yon seo no ono but the Doctor. Pcrtons
writing to the Doctor will pleaso state tho name
of tne paper they see this advertisement in.
Charges reasonable Call or write. Adi.ress DK.
J. F. GIBBON, Box 75, Tncon. A. T. Heml
810 for a I'nrkage of jledleine.
A remedy with such a reDiitatlon as Hosietters
Stomach liiltfrs deseives n filrtriil. If vouare
(tispcptlc. Tour muiaiiy win eveiniiHiiyyiem to it.
If you are feeble, lack flesh, and feel despondent.
It willhothbu'ld and heeryou up. Ifyouarecnn-
stipaten. it uti relieve you, ana n ninoiis neaun
fully stimulate jour liver. Don't despond, bat
muKe una enon in tno rii:nt mrcciion.
For sale ry Druggists and Dealers, to whom ap
ply for Hosteller's Almanac for ISSi.
nn. s. silsbee'S exteenal phe reiiedt
Qivei Instant fielie'i and Is an Infallible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Sold byDrtiRgisU everywhere. Price, $1.00
per box. prepaid, by mail. 8nmplc sent
free to Physicians and all sufTercrs, by
Neustaedtcr & Co., Box 3!H(S, New York
Cif.y. Sole manufacturera of ANAK'SSia
BAMETT & BLOCK
eneriil l''orwnrIinsnniI Cora
in Ink! nn Jlorclinntsi. IVilrox
WE offer the Best Terms on Contracts for s h
ment of machinery and other freight to an
part of Arizona or Mexico. Prompt attent
elvrn to all order
CITY OF TOMBTONK, COUNTY OF CO
chlse, Tcrr'tury of Arizona, January 3,1881.
To W. Hughes and Arthur Jlnrphy: You are
hereby notified that T have expended one hundred
dollars In labor anil Improvement npon the June
lilrd loile or ledge and mine, located In California
Mining District, Chirlcahna Mountains, county ol
Cochise, Arizona Territory, as will appear by
Certificate (lied and recorded In the office
of the County ltccrder of said Cochise
county, In order to hold said premises
under the provisions of the Itevlsed Statute'
of the Unlicd Stales, section 2311. being the
amount required to be done to hold the sumo for
the car ISM. And If within ninety daj's from thi
serviccorthl8noticu(orwllhin nlnet.v days after
this notice by publication) yon tail or rCnsc to
contribute vour proportion of ritch expenditure as
eo owners, jour Interests lu said cla.ni will be
come the property of the subscriber under said
section 83JI. 53m J. M. CAMPBELL.'
TO THE nitKDITOItS OF C. I. ItlDOEWAY,
dtceastd. Take nolice.that all persons hav
ing calms against C. I. ltidpi'wav, ucce.i-ed, art
nquried to exhibit them with' tho necessary
vouchers vvllliiii ten month from this d.ite. being
the date ortliellrst publication of this notice, to
me, at the law olllcj ol Goodrh h .t Goodrich, over
Ritchie's ailolm b'llldlng, or Fifth sin et, between
Fremont an Allen, Toinlstone, Cochise County,
Arizona, fur allowance.
flS4w JAMES C. BURN K.TT,
Administrator of C. I. Uldsoway, deceased.
Fob is. P-flJ.
ALL PARTIES ARE nEREBY NOTIFIED
not to nigoi'atelri any manner whaliver for
a certain pieco of mlniig piopcrty situated In
Tombstone Mining District, adjoining the Stone
wall mine, fnrrurly known on the records as the
"Mirrv Christmas,"' now recorded as the -'Ilappy
New Year," the ame having been relocated by
th uudc signed under the mil 1' g laws of the
United Mates. S. M. BXKKOW.
Hiiikman. Clat & Co.. manufacturers of their
own pUnos, kecji the celebrated Eslry Organ,
VSehvr and Haines Bros. Pianos. Instruments
sold on Installments. For everything lu the
music Una addjass thm, '
Jmr 1 jt NapiHTT
I9 CELEBRATED 9
W 6TO-IACH 0$
JBITV OR PI N A N C ES.
oitniXAXCt: xo. o.
An ordinance cstabllahlug a Doird of health for
the City of Tombstone, Territory of ArrlzoDa, to
provldo for the. appointment of a cltv physician
and to prescribe the powers aud duties of said
board, and to etabllsh certain sanitary Livvsand
regulations for said city:
The mayor and common council of the City of
Tomostonedo ordain as follows
Section 1. That thero 13 and hereby Is estab
lished a board of Lealth for said city which shall
consist of the mayor and two members of the
common council, to be appoint' d by the major,
of which board the major shall bo president and
thu city auditor ex officio secretary thereof.
Scc'lon 2. It shill be tno duty of said board of
health to hold such regular and special meetings,
both or cither, as Ihey may think necessary, and
to superintend, manage and control tho heallli
officer of said city In the performance and dis
charge of his duties as such.
Section.-). The board of -health of said city
shall have power and authority to make all nicd
ful rules and regulations to carry out the objects
and purposes of said board, and they shall report
tho proceedings of said board to the common
council nt each regular meeting thereof.
Section i. The said board arc hereby author
ized to employ a physician for the cliy, and one
or more assistant' of such physician whenever,
In tho Judgment of the b-)ard, thero exists an
urgent necessity thcretor, such emplnrmtnt to be
from mouth to month; provide 1, however, that
the employment of such physician for lunger
period than one month, at any ono time, shall be
subject to ratification by tho common council.
Any physician so employed shall hi resident
and practicing phjslclan In said city In good
standing, and any and all contracts, win reb any
such physician or assistants so employed, must
be In wilting and specify tho services to bo per
formed by such physicians and the compensation
they are to receive, and said hoard may. In Ita dis
cretion, rcqnlre snch'physiclan or physicians to
nlvu bonds. In the usual form, fur the faithful
performance of such contract.
It shall be thoduty of such physician to advise
witlsald board of health of and concerning the
sanitary condition of said city, and to suggest the
adoption of such means, mea-ii e, ordinances
and regulations as he nviy deem mcessary for the
preservation of the health of the inhabitants of
said city, and to lalthlully perform such other ser
vices as may jo .cqnlied of him by said board.
Sectlou 5. Thatcvery icrson living within the
corporate limits of said city, who has not betn
vaccinated within seven yeirs, or whan so vaccin
ated snld vaccination lu thd opinion of the city
physician was not eflVct'vc, (and also excepting
all pirsons who have had tho small pox or vario
loid) Is required t j bo vaccinated on tho demand of
the cltv physician, or any assistant of such phjsl
clan. Provided, how ever, that notice shall bo first
qlvcn by the lvaid of health for at least three sue
ccsslvedavs In some dally newspaper published
In said city, that such vaccination of the citizens
of said city has been oidercd bv s..ld board. And
any tuch person refusing to be so vac
cinated on such demand shall be arrested
by (any police officer of said city and
brought beforo the city physician to be vaccinated
by him; and any person who shall rcluso to allow
said city physician to vaccinate him or her as the
caso maybe, shall be guilty ofa misdemeanor.
Section 0. It shall he thu duty of each and every
physician In this city to report to tho health offi
cer of tho city, in vvrltliu, Immedla oly after
the satno shall come to the knowledge of such
physician, thu namo and location of any and all
patients he or they shall have or be In attendance
upon, (and tho name, If known, and the location
of any aed all others that he or they may havo
knowledge of) within tl.e corporate limits of this
city, thai are Infected or sick with Asiatic cholera,
small-pox, or .other contagious disease. And
each and every suchphvslciau shall report to ald
health officer every death In Ihls city from any or
either of said diseases that he or they may have
know ledge of, within fonyelght hours after the
occurrence of such death.
Section T. It shall be the duty of every house
holder and auy aud all other persons occupying or
having charge of auy houso, ro im, cabin, tent, or
place, whether as owners, occupants, tenants,
lessees, employes, or otherwise, lo report In writ
Ins to the health officer of' said rlty, immediately,
the fact fand thom.me, If knuvvn,) of every person
boarding, lodging or being at his or her house,
room, cabin, tent, or place, whom he or shu knows
orshallhave reason to b.'lleve to ht sick with
small-pox, cholera or other contagious disease,
and thedealh of auy such person occurring at his
or her said hoube, room, cabin, lent, or place.
Section 8. No person shall drive or use any ve
hicle, or permit any vehicle belonging to him or
her, or uuder his or her control, to bo driven or
used for the conveyance or removal of any person
infected with cholera, small pov or other contagi
ous disease, or th-j body of any person who may
have died or auy such disiusc, without (he written
consent of the health officer of sa.d city given tn
Sections. No person attending upon or oilier
wise coming In contact; with auy person tufecied
'or sick with any cautoglotis diseasu In sueh a
manner or to such au extent us lo render him or
her liable tp communicate the disease, shall, dur
ing tho continuance of the dlsmte, go upon any
public street, wearing auy i'nlccteu clothing, or
"vvhilst thus attired, mtnjje with otheis not allect
ert w.th such dUcatr, whether upon a public
steel or otherwise.
Section 10. Whenever a cae of smallpox, or
any other coutngluus disease, l reported to the
health officer it sliull ho his dulv, on proving the
-xistencc of tho disease, to Immediately cause to
l-e-orcdatfl a jellow, or quirantlne, flag ou said
premises, or to have posted upon ihc doorof any
and alt houses liifictvd with the small-pox or
other contagions disease, a yellow placard settlug
lorlh the ftct; the time to rcmalL during tho
continuance of the disc a-e on said premises, and
during tho continuance of sale disease on such
premises no p.-rson shall remove or cause to be re
moved then from sueh flag, or placard, except by
order of the board of health given in writing.
Section 11. No peison Infected with the smal -pox,
or any other contagi us dl-ease aud being
outride the corporate limits of said city, shall be
brought wlthlu the limits of said city, and no per
son shall bring any small-pox patient, or peison
Inflicted or sick with the sin ill-pot, or auy other
contagious disease, iuto the certiorate limits of
said cltv from atiy place outside th- ruuf And no
person shall rtmovo a person Infec'ed us sick
with the small-pox, or other contagious disease
from any hunse or placu within the corporate
limits of said city, to any other houe or place
within said limits, without an order of I ho board
of health made In wilting.
Section 12. No person shall, without a vvriltcu
permit given by the Hoard of health, carry or In
any manner remove through fie public streets of
suid city any person Infested or sick with any
contagions disease, nor shall any person having
orbelnp Infected with any such disease pass
ihrunyhsild streets. And all persuns having any
such contagions diseiso themselves, or having
any other person (Infected or sick with any such
disease) In their house, room, tent or place, or on
or about their premises, shall. Immediately af er
their convalescence or removal, or the convales
cence er removal of sueh other persons, thor
oughly disinfect, cleanse and purify their said
house, place or premise", uuder and by direction
ol tho health officer or city physician, and lu caso
any such owner or occupant of auy such infected
house, room, place or premises fslis or refuses tr
so disinfect the same, it shall b.- the duty of the
health officer to so d'sli.feci the same, or c mse li
to bo dune, and for that pniposo he or his assist
ants may cuter Into any snch house, room or
place or upon any such premises without let or
hi drancc fiom any person whatever; and any
person rc-lstiu such entry by the heulih officer
or his assistants shall he guilty of a misdemeanor.
Section 13. The health officer of salJ city may,
with the written consent of the boaid of health,
employ any necessary number of assistants (tho
number to be designated In such written author
ity) and assign to each his duties. Their compen
sation anathe the term of their emplojmeutto
Ib fixed by said boaid.
Section 11. The health officer shall ubcy all
orders and Instructions given by the board of
health peitalulug to the performance ofthe duties
of his office, and shall rcj ort a'l his acts us such
to said boaid fiom time to time as riqulredby
said boarder the president thereof, and shall re
port all his ucts as such to the com on council at
each re-gular meeting thereof. And It shall be the
intt o said health nfiirsr to make complaint be
foro the city recorder of said city against any tnd
all pcrsoas violating or neglecting or refusing to
comply with any of the provisions of this ordi
Section 15. It shall bo nnlaw fui for any person
to vlolate.neglect, or refuse to comply with any of
the provisl 'us of this ordinance; and any perscn
who shall violate, neglect, or refuse to comply
with any of lha provisions thereof, shall be deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction there
of, shall bo punished by a fino of not less thau ten
dollars nor moro than two hundred dollars, or by
Imprisonment In tho city prison not exceeding
sixty days, or by both such fine and imprison
ment. AU ordinances and parts of ordinances in con
flict with tho lorcgolng ordinance aro hereby re
pealed. All other ordinances and parts of ordi
nances are retained In full force and effect.
This ordinance shall take effect and be in foreo
Irom and after dio publication.
Attest. B C. QiTtoLsr, I'lerk.
Approved March 1st, 1882. Jons dim,
O. O. Thantuh, Mayor.
First Publication, Feb. 21, 1813S.1
Application Xo. 159, fir a Tatent to
the Iiiilepci'dcnre Mlninc Clnlm.
U Nil ED STATES LAND OFFICE, TUC
son, Arizona, February 20, 1882. Nstlca is
heitby given that Benjamin Kluehurt, David C.
Held and John Richards, whose postorrice ad
dress Is Charleston, Coehlso county, Arizona,
Iiivs-this day die t their application fur a patent
for 127'J linear feet of the Independence mine,
vein or lode, bearing void aud silver, with surface
i. round 550 feet in width, situated and being In the
Tombstone Mining District, Cochise county, Ari
zona, known and desigualed by the field noies aud
official plat on 11 e In this office as lot No 108.
the exterior boundaries of said lot No. 108 being
as follows, to-wlt: varlatlou 11 53' E.
Beginning at the center of N end of claim at a
monument of lock in which Is set a post 4x4
inches and 4 feet long, marked "I. M. C. No. 1,"
same being alco,ccnter of S end of Hard Up min
'l hence ruuN 67 l.V YT V50 feet, cross SE side
Hue of Eat Sldo mlnlug claim lot No.83, w bleb
bears N 4-1 45' E 680 feet to the N K corner of the
siid North bide mining claim, at 276 feet ton post
4x1 Inches, 4 fed lung, marked "I. M. C. No. 2,"'
set lu a monument of rocks, same being ul-o SYV
corner ot th Haid Up mining claim, also the NE
conn r of Melzar mining claim.
Th nccS.'J' S8-W421eel,cioss SE side line of
Ihc ustMde mlulug claim, luterstct a pest In
mound uf r cks msrked "E. S. M. C. Ko. 4;"
this line bears b. 43' 45' W. Oil feet to SE corner
of the said East Si ' mining did m; thenco con
tinuing on the W line of said Independence claim
SS'28 WlsfiU fict ms post marked "I. M. C.
No. :i," In mound of rocks; from mis corner
United St ites mineral monumeut No. 2 bears N
80 23' V tiTU feet. Thei.ce run SW 15" E 180 feet,
cross N end Hue of Mtzzcutop mining claim,
w hlch bear- S 77' 0.V E ut 208 Tcet to post mark, d
"I. M. t.o No. 4," In mounmeut of rocks, at 500
feet to post In monument of rocks marked "1. M.
C. No. 5."
Thence run Nil 45' E5' feet and Intersect post
set in monument of rocks, marked '-NK cor 31,"
also osl marked "a vV cor Aunt Sally," also post
marked "NWcor Trinity," at 1272 feet, to post
li. monum.-ut of rocks marked '!. M C. No. 6,"
same beiug also NV corner of the Neuclcus min
h.g claim, also 8E cor Hard Up mlnlug claim.
Ihcuco N W 15' W 274 fret to place of begin
lug; containing 15.05 acres. The conflict with the
East Side mining clilni Is .01 of an acre-, and con
flict w ith the Mlzentop la .19 of an acre, leaving
14.85 acres exclusive of the ground fneonntel, be
ing all that is claimed by tho applicants for a
patent to tho lndcpcudce.ee lode.
1 he notice of louitlon of this mlno Is recorded
In the reeordei s office for Cochise, county, Arizo
na. In Book ill. page 775, 'Iran crlbcd Records
Auvaud all Dersons claiming adversely auv nor-
Hon of said ludep- ndencu mine or of said raining
ground as hereinabove described, are required to
tile their adieisc claim with tho Rcglsitrof the
United States Laud O lice, at Tucon, Arlrona,
during the sixty divs period of publication here
of, or they w ill be burred by vlituc of tbe provis
ion of the statute.
HENRY COUSINS, Register.
It Is hereby ordcied that the f re-going notice be
published for the peiiextol sixty days lu the Dally
Epitaph, a newspaper pub 1 bed at tombstone,
A. T., which pa,)er is hereby designated by me us
punusneu nearest saiu claim.
HENUY COUSINS, Register,
f First Publication February 26, 1882.J
Amilirntiiiu Xo. 1GO, for a 1'atcnt to
the Alktsy Jllttlng Claim.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, TUC
on, A T. February 21. INiJ. Notice is
hereby given that Daniel Ooettel, by D. 8 .Crls
well, Mtorney, whose posiofficu address Is Tom
tone. Arizona, has this day made nnullcailon fo
apitent lor 1217 linear feet of the Alkev mine or
loue, neariug goiu, sutcracu uiuer niciais, witn
surface ground 555, feet In width, situate in Tomb
stone Mlnlug District. Couuty or Cochise, Arizo
na, and known und design ittd by the field notes
and oolelal nlat ou tile m Ihls office, as lot N'o. 43.
'the extulur buuudailss of said lot No. 43 being
as lulluws, lo-wu: variation ll oo &,
IieL'lnninir at the center of monument on the
west end line of said claim, at post 4x6 Inches, 6
fe-tlng, lu mound of rocks marked "a.M. C.
No. 1." oearlng S. .16 48' Wet 2s4 feet from tho
initial monumeut of claim, also upon lha E end
line ot tne vvasniiigion ciaim, lot ro. si ana rs
43 80' WbOf.etfr.im the SE corner of said ash
inetor. mluiuir claim.
Thencu run'N 4-1 30' vV along W end lino of
claim ind easterly Hue of Washington mining
cl dm 220 fee. to mound of locks at center of E
end cf Washington mining ciaim
From this point V. b. mineral monummt No.
lbearsN.55'50 W 57.14 feet; at SSSfcet find post
lu iiionenii-nt uf rcks intuked "A. M. C. No. 2."
Thence N. 30' 43' E L!17 fe t to post 4t6 In.-hes,
5 feet lone, In mound uf locks marked "A. M. C
No. 3," same oelng aiso NW corner Wells, largo
Thenco S. 43 30' E 255 fee' to a post in mound
of rocks marked "A. M. O. No. 4, same c- urse, at
555 teet, to post In moundof ri.Cfcs marked "A M
C No. 5," same being also bV cor of Wells-Fargo
Thence S 48' 30' V 1247 feet to E end line of the
BraUehaw minlngclalm, at which Is post In mound
of rocks mark d "A. M. C. No. 6."
Thence N 43 SO V 220 feet to SE corner of
Washington mining claim at 300 feet to the post
nuil place of Degluiilng. Coutululug 15 67 acres.
This claim Is situated l'j miles NE from the
village of Charleston, A T
Tue location notice of the mine was recorded In
the itecoider'S ortlce for Cochise county, A. T ,
in Bouk l.of Mines, Trauscribed lte-cord, pag
Any and all persons claiming adversely any por
tion i f the said Alkey mine or said milling ground
as hereinabove described, arc required to file their
adve-ise cuilni with the Kegisur of the United
States J.aud Oil! -. at I ucsou. Arizona, dm iuir the
bOdays period of publication hereof, or they will
bo barred ny v Irtin- of tbe prov Islous of the statute.
HENRY COUSINS, ileglst.r.
It Is hereby ordered thai the abovu nonce be
published for the pertolo' 6)davs iutr.c Epitaph,
a diiiy Mwnpaper published i Touibstuue, Ail
70ini, which piper U he-i eby designated by me as
published nearest such claim.
HEMli COUSIN??, Register.
fllO THOMAS D. GEOROE: YOU ARE
X hereby notifies thai vvc have expended one
hundred dollars in laljorand Improvements upon
the Washington mii.e, shuated on the southwest
ern slo-'e of the Huachuca mountains, county of
Cochise, AiizonaTcirltory, located July 10, 1880, by
B u Williams, W. U. Fly and Thomns D. tieorge,
undiccoMed lu the n cords ot Pima county on
tho third day of Augnst, ittJO, in book "J" of Rec
on's of Mines, on iolios-82and233, in order to
hold said pre lses under the provisions of tho He
vised Matutesot the United Mates, sectlou 2121,
being the amount required lo be done lo hold the
same fir thu pear 1881. And if within nln-ty
dais from the service or Ihls notice tor within
ninety uajs after this notice by publication) you
refuse to contribute vour proportion of such ex
penditure as co-owner, our interest tn said claim
will liecoinu the property of the subscribers un
der said section W. B. FLY.
J. P. PRESTON.
Tombstone, February 4, 1882. 90d
HORSESHOE MINING COMPANY. I.OCA
tlouof principal placeeil business. 'ban .'ran
ciseo, Ual.: locutlou of works. Tombstone, Uochlsc
couuty, Arizona Notice Is hereby given that at a
meeting ol the Board of Directors, held on t!e
:uth day of November 1881, an assessment ( No.l)ol
,Oi tents per share was levied' niou the can
Itnl stock ofthe corporation, payable Immediately
in United Stales gold coin, to the r-ecretaiy at the
office of tbe company, room 36, Academy Building,
3.10 Pine street, Sau Francisco, California. Auy
stock upon which this assessment shall remain
unpaid ou the 4lh day of Jnnary, 1882. will bo
delinquent and advertised for sale at public auc
Hon; ai-1 unless payment Is made betore, will be
sold on Monday the 23,1 day of Jauuarv, 1881, to
pay the delinquent assessment, tugether with,
co-ts of advertising and expenses uf sale. B)
order ol the Board of Directors.
J. II. SAYUE, Secretary.
Office, Room 3fl, Academy Building, 330 Pine
street, han Fiancisco, California.
OITY OF TOMBsTONE, COUNTY OF CO
cidse Territory of Arizona. To Jerome
Maple: Yon are hereby notified that I have ex
pended one hundred dollars In labor and Improve
ments upon the Contention mine, Quartz Hill,
e;aiuornia .vimitis uisiricc, uuincanua jiouniains,
located January 'J, 1880. aud the notice of which
is recorded In Book 2, page 116, of tho Trans
cribed Kt-coids of Cochise coun'y, as will appear
by certificate filed and recorded In the office of '.he
County Recorder of said Cochise county, In order
to boh) said premises under the provisions of the
Revised Statutes of the United States, being the
uniount required to be done to hold the same for
the year 1B81. Andif within ninety days from the
service of this notice (or within ninety days after
this notice by publication) you fall or relnsc to
oulrlbrtc your proportion of such expenditure as
ro owner,) our interest in said claim will become
the property ot the subscriber under said sectlou
2324. OEOROE It, MONTGOMERY.
First Publication January 6, 1862.J
Application Xo. 153, for a I'nteut to
the (Silver I'lunte Mining Claim.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, TUC
sou, Arizona. January 4, 1882. Notice Is
herebr pven that William A. Haflerly, II. P. Per
rlne, S.M.Whltslde, C.1I . Campbell, Robert llanna
au H. E Light bu rue, whose postoffice address
is Fort Bowie, A. T., have this day filed thslr ap
plication lor a patent for twelve hundred and
thirty linear feet of tbe bllver Plume mine or vein,
bearing silver aud other minerals, with surface
gru'-'K at no poliiteiceeoiug600ftln width situated
i Tombstone Mining District, County or Cochise.
Territory of Arizona, and designated by the field
notes and official plat on file In this iitiice as lot
No. t5, U. and S. It., said lot No t5 being as fol
1 .ws, to wit: Beginning at the lultlai monument,
a stake 3x4 Inches, 5 feet long, marked S. P. M.
.. No. 1, from which Untied States Mineral Mon
ument 0.2 bears north 13 25' west 4075 feet dis
tant; thence north 4u' 50' cast 276 feet to north
end stake 3x4 inches, 5 feet long, marked 8. P M.
C. No. 2; thence north 70 22 west 248 feet to
northwest corner stake 3x4 Inches, 5 feet long, to
monument of stones, and marked o, P.M. C. No.
3; thencH south 20 21' west 1228 feet to ronthwest
corner stake 3x4 Inches, 5 leet long, In mound of
stones, and marked S. P. M. U. No. 4; thence
south 7022' east 248 feet to a stake 3x4 Inches, 5 leet
long, in mound of stoues, and a. f. M. U.No.5;
thence lu same direction along sonth end Hue of
claim 130 feet to southeast corner stako 3x4 Inches,
5 feet long, in mouudot stones, and marked S P.
M. C. No. (i;-thence north 19 30' cast 110 reet to
tbe northeast corner stake 3x4 Inches, 5 feet long,
In mound of stones, and marked S. P M.C. No. 7;
thence north 70 22' w est 175 feet to north center end
slake, w hlch bears north 40 5-'east 276 feel uls
tant from Ini.lal monument, the place .f beginlng.
Magnetic variatlot., 11 15' cast Containing 12.13
i-cres. Ibe location of this mine is lecorded in
the Recorder's office of Pima county, bock 6, on
page 376, aud book K, pages 2. J, 260 and 261, and
also on the Trauscribed Itecords ol Cochise county.
Any and all persons claiming adversch auy portion
of said Silver Plume mine or surface ground are re
quired to tile their adverse claim with the Register
ofthe Uuited States Land Office at Tucson, In the
Territory ot Arizona, during the sixty days period
of publication hereof, or they will be barred by
virtue of the provisions ofthe statute.
HENRY COUSINS, Register.
It Is hereby ordered That tbe foregoing notice ol
application for a patent bo published for the
period of sixty days, In the Kpltapb, a dally
newspaper published at Tombstone, A. T.. which
paper Is hereby designated by mo as published
nearest such claim.
HENRY COUSINS. Register.
First Publication January 13, 1882.
Application Xo. ISO for I'nteut to the
Alps 31 1 u Ins Claim.
Arizona, January 7, 1882. Nonce 1s heteby
given that Andrew Robertson, A. A. Csstauada,
George hutledgc, William Johnson and M. S
Owen, wbosS postoffice address is Tombstone,
Arizona terrltoiy, havo filed their application for
a patent fur 1468 linear fevt ol the AJps mine, vein
or lude bearing silver ar.d gold, with surface
grouud six hundred feet In width, situate aud be
ing in the 'tombstone mlulug district, Cochise
couuty, Atlzoua territory, and known and desig
nated by the field note und official plat on file in
thlsolhceas Loi No. 113. The exterior boundaries
of suid Lot No. 113 belugas follows, to vv it: Va
riation 1125' east. Commencing ut a post 4x4
inches 5 feet long In mound of stone, marked I.
M. Alps M.U. Not, Irom which U.S. Mineral Mon
ument No. 1 bears north 42 13' east 1273 feet dls
luui, south 13J' west, U 0 Mineral Mounmeut
No. 6 north BJ' 10' west 1315 leet dlstan-, U. S,
Mineral Monument No. 2 north K)' 35' we-sl231ect
distant, a shaft K feet by SKct und 20 feet deep;
thence south 73' W east 2H7 feet to the Southeast,
side Hue of the claim and northwest sldo of thu
Slcncy clalm,toapo-t uiaiked A. M.C. No. 2 In '
moundof stone; t hence south 43 32' west along
the suutbeast side line of the claim 7u7 leet to
southeast corner of claim, also southwest corner
ofthe Sldne claim, to post 5 feet long 4 inches'
square. markcd-A. M. U. No. 3; thence north 57
4'J west along south" est ted ol claim 600 feel to a
stake marked s. W. corner Alps, to post marked
A. M. U. No. 4; thence north 43 57' east along the
northwest side of elalm and the southeusl side ol
the Trinity and Alia mining claims, 911 feet to
southwest cud line.of the Alta claim, Lot No. 109,
from which bears south 52 54 cast 22.5 feet dis
tant, the- southeast corner of said Alta claim, at
1125 tcct Intersection with southeast side line of
the Alta aloresaid, Irom which bears south 45' 49'
wc-t 406 5 feet distant, the southeast corner of said
Alta claim, at UM feet tostake marked N. W.co..
Alps, to post 6 feet long 4 Inches square, post
marked A. M. C. No. 5; thence south 57 49' east
along northeast end of claim 589 leet to northeast
corner, wuieh Is ulso the northeast corner of etb
Sidney, to post marked A. M. C. No 6: thence
sonth 48 32' west along southeast side line of the
claim and nnrlhwcstsjloef the Sidney bU7 feet to
the place of beginning of tbe exterior boundary;
couiulnlng 18.8? acres. This claim Is bounded by
the Sidney nilnlngclalin on thu southeast ant. by
thi Alta aud Trinity mlnlug claims en the north
west. The location of this mine is duly recorded
in the Recorder's office of Uochlse couuty, Ariz ma
territory, In Bouk 7 of Records or Mines, page 402.
Any and all pero s claiming adversely auy por
tion of said Alps mine, or said mining grornds as
hereinabove described, are nqulied to file their
adverse claim with tne Register of tbe United
States Land Office at Tucson, Arizona, dunngthe
sixty days period ot publication hereof, or they
will be barred by virtue or tbu provisions of the
statute. HENRY COUINS, Register.
It is hereby ordered that the aliotuuotice be
published for the period of sixty dijs In the Epi
taph, a dally newspaper published at Tombstone,
Arizona terrltoiy, which paper I- hereby doslg
nated by me a- published nearest sHcb t lalm.
HENRY COUSINS, Register.
First Publication Jan. 15, 1882.
Application Xo. 154 for a Patent to the
Defluure SIluIiis Clulm-
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, TUC
son, Arizona, January 7, 1882. Notice Is
huieby given that Henry J. Goodwin, J, Gran
vl.le Smith, Charles M. Pond, Benjamin Y. Plppy
and Samuel J. Now el I, by Asa jl. btcbhlns, the'r
a ?ent, w hose postoffice address Is Tombstone, A.
T., have this day 11 id their application for a pat
ent for fifteen hundred linear feet of the Defiance
vein, lode or teposlt. bearing sllver.and other
metals, with surface grouud five hundred and
thirty f. tt Inwldth, situated aud beiug lu the Tur
quoise Mining District, County of Cochise, Ari
zona Territorj, aud known and designated by the
He-Id notes und official plat filed in this office as
lot io.33. The exterior boundaries of said lot N'o.
38 being as follows, to-wlt; Varlatlou, 1180' East;
Commencing ot the Northwest corner of the clnlm,
at a pust2x4 Inches aud 4 leet lung, marked "N.W.
Cor. Dxtlancc," the same being also Northeast
corner of Dragoon Mining Claim, und from which
U. h. Mineral Monument No. 1 1 urquolse MluiHs
Dlstrlct bears N. 44' 33' W.1130 feet: thence runs'
north 86 00' E. z37 feet to mound of rucks, being the
center o the uo th end of claim, ou same line at
S17 feel, to a post 2x4 niche', 4 leet long, marked
"N K. Jor. Defiance," set in mound ul roeks,
thence S. 13 15' East fifteen hundred fuel, to a
post 2x4 Inches, 4 feet loug, marked S. K. Cor.
Defiance." In mound of rocks;theuce run S. 8600'
VV . 300 ft, to monumeut ot rocks, being the center o!
the S. end or tne claim at 537 feet, same course, to
Host 2x4 Inches and 4 lee-t lorn, marked "s. W. Cor
De-fiance," set In a mound uf rocks, the same belul
also the S E. comer of the Dragoon Mining
Claim; thence run N 13' 15' W.alougtheWest side
uf the claim, beiug also East side of the Dragoon
claim fifteen bundled fee' to the place of begin
utug. Containing 13 25-100 acres. The Defiance
Mlnlug Claim Is situate upon the West side or th6
'lurquoltemuuutalus, about 500 feet from the sum-
mil of said mountains, bordering upon tbe West,
side of Sulphur bprlui; Valley, aud about 20 mile
Easterly fiom the City of Tombstone. County und
TcnltO'V aforesaid. The amended location of
this mine Is duly recorded In the Record
er's Office if Cochise County, Arlroua, in
Book 2, ol Records of Mines, page 511. Any
aud all persons claiming adversely auy portion of
said Defiance mine, or said mining ground, as
hereinbefore described, are nqnlred tu file their
adverse claim with the Register of the U. S.Lind
Office, Tucson, Arizona, during the sixty days period
uf publication hereof, or they will he barred by
vlrtne of the provisions of the statute.
HENRY COUSIN. Register.
It is ordered that the above notice be published
for sixty days lu the Epitaph, a dally newspaper
pubilsbe-dat Tombstone, .i. T., which paper Is by
me hereby designated as published nearest to said
Defiance claim. HENRY COUSIN'S.
CITY OF TOMBSTONE COUNTY OF CO
chlee. Territorj- of Arizona, January 7,1882.
ToN. E. Rice: You are heieby tiotilled that I
have expended one hundred dollars in labor and
improvements upon the Trojan lode or ledge and
mine, located lu Tombstone Mining District,
county of Cochise, Arizona Territory, as will ap
pear by certificate rile U and recorded in the office of
the County Recorder of said Cochise county, in
order to hold said premises under the provisions
ol the Revised Statutes or the United States, sec
tion 2321, being thu amount requited to he done
lo hold tbe same lor thi year 1831. Audlfwllhln
ninety days Irom the servlco or this notice (or
within ninety data alter this notice b. pnblica-
tiun; juuiaw tu rciuse lu coninnuie your propo
tlon of such expenditure as co.owncr, your in
terests in said claim will become the property of
the subscriber uuder said section.
JatOm. A. G. BRONK.
SAN PEDRO MINING COMPANY. Lo
cation of principal place of businessman Fran
cisco, Cal, Location of works, 'lombsloue .Mim
ing District, Cochise County, Arizona. Notice is
hereby given, thttat a mcetiug of the Board of
Directors, held on the 21st any of November 1881,
an assessment, No. 3, of Ku cents per
share was levted upon the capital stock of the cor
poiatli.u, payable Immediately, In U. S. Gold
Coin, to the Secretary, at the office of the Com
pany, Room 41, Nevada Block, Nn. 309 Mont
gomery street, San Francisco, California. Any
stock upon wnlcL this assessment shall remain
unpaid on the 29th day of December, 1831, will be
delinquent and advertised for sale at public auc
tion; aud nnless payment Is made before, witlbe
sold on Monday, the 23th day ol January, 1882,
to pay the delinquent assessment, tocethtr with
cost of advertising and expenses of sale. By order
of the Board ol Directors.
HENRY DEAS, Secretary.
Office- Room 44, Nevada Block, No. 809 Mont
gomery street San Francisco. California.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TilE
partnership he-retofore existing between my
self and R. E. Allen Is dissolved. to alt Ictaie
business transactions from this date
O. W. ATKINS.
Tombstone, NovtmjKrsft 1881.