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TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA. JUSB 17, 1832.
JSETOKT OP T1" SllAMU JUIIY.
To tho Honorab.o lynirlct Court; Flrsl
Judicial District, In and for the Count
of Cochise, Territory of Arizona.
Tho Grand Jury would most respectful
ly beg to present the following report:
Wo liavo examined into a great many
cases that hnvo been brought before us b
the District Attorney, and other parlies,
and havo found eighteen true bills, and
Ignored three cases that have been pre
sented by tho District Attorney, beside
many others that our attention was called
to by others.
Ono Important caso ws were unablo to
investigate, owing to tho inability of the
shell IT to find the witnesses.
We havo made, by committees, a very
thorough examination into tho affairs ot
the various county officers, and in some
Instances havo found tho books, papers.ac
countB, kept in a proper manner in oth
ers we found very much tho reverse.
We herewith append the reports of the
various committees, and would respectful
ly call your attention to them.
We would also call the attention of the
Board of Supervisors to tl'o insecure con
dition of the county jail, and suggest that
some measures bo taken to build one
more secure as well as require of the
sheriff that a more responsible Jailor and
guards be employed, Inasmuch as all es
capes from the Jail are directly traceable
to the negligence and inefficiency of the
jailor and prison guards.
We cannot too strongly condemn the
practice of employing disabled and ineffi
cient men as guards of a prison, where
bad and desperate men are confined.
With regard to the County Hospital, we
find that the county made a contract with
Dr. U. B. Goodfellow to take care of the
county sick, at the rate of $1.11 cents per
diem for each patient while lathe hospiial,
but have falled-to adopt any system thut
would enable tbcm to discover when a pa
tient was discharged leaving the matter
entirely to tho contractor, without any evi
dence or proof as to tho time of the dis
charge, which to say the least, is a very
loose way of doing business.
We. would respectfully suggest that
some system of checks be adopted where
by the discharge of the patient becomes
a matter of record and proof. The con
tractor does not keep any book or record
whereby it can be ascertained the date of
n patients entrance- to the hospital, or
It appeals to us that there ehould be a
,J)ook of thls.kmd kept for inspection by
the proper persons.
In the matter of the amount of money
paid tor hospital purposes ($12,281.33) in
thirteen months, it appears to us. that
amount is largely in excess of what it
should havo been, although we are unable
to make any specific charge, owing to the
absence ot any records.
The committee appointed to examine
the Sheriffs office report the papers of the
office in a very disordered state, so much
so that they deemed it necessary to employ
an expert to assist in the examination of
the accounts ot the office. Wo would re
spectfully call your attention to their re
port. TREASURER'S OFFICE.
Our committee made a very thorough
examination of the books and papers of
the County Treasurer and fouud the books
to Jie kept veiy neatly, aud, so far as they
could ascertain, cdrrectly. Wo also coun
ted the funds ot the county in the hands
of the Treasurer and found the amount on
hand thut the books calied for.
CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT.
The" tommlitee aopolnted to examine
the Clerk's office found tho books and pa
pers of this office kept in a correct and
systematic manner. Our attention was
called to tho matter of fees, und upon ex
amination we find that there are conflict
ing opinions as to tho construction of the
statutes touching the amount of fees legal
ly chargeable in certain instances. Wc
would, therefore, respectfully suggest that
the matter be brought before the Honor
able Court and settled.
In tho matter of the escape of the woun
siled prisoner, Zwintr. Hunt, from the coun
ty" hospital, to which our attention was
specially called by the Court, we would
say that we made a very searching inquiry
into tho matter, and from all the evidence
we havo before us, wo cannot but conclude
that his escape was owing to the negligence
of the Sheritt; We are of tho opinion that
this officer entirely and inexcusably neg
lected to take any measures to, prevent his
We desire to call the attention of tho
Supervisors to the fact that the county is
without any buildings of its own; that
there is, and has been for several months,
a large sum of money in the county treas
ury to tho credit of the building fund;
that the county is paying heavy reuts fir
insecure and inconvenient buildings. Is
paying interest on tho bonds upon which
this money was raised, for the purpose of
building a Court House and Jail, while the
money so raised is lying idle in tho vaults
of a local bank.
All public. records aie in insecure build
ings and liable to be destroyed at auy time
by fire or evil disposed persons. We there
fore deem it the imperative ihity of the
supei visors to Immediately take the neces
sary steps for the erection of suitable
holdings for the use of the county.
BONDS OF OFFICERS.
We also desire to call the attention of
the suDervisors to the bonds of the various
county officers. Wo find that in some
instances bonds of the most important
officers are almost worthless, and others
have become impaired by reason of some
of the sureties having left the county and
others being either bankrupt or without
property quantitations. We therefore rec
ommend that the supervisors examine into
tho bonds ot the various officers, and where
a bond is worthless, or hag become im
paired, the officer be required to make the
bond good forthwith, and in Case of his
refusal that the supervisors take the neces
sary legal steps for his removal from office.
In conclusion we desire to return our
thanks to the various officers for the kind
attention shown us while in the discharge
of our duties. Very respectlully, etc.,
Larkin W. Carii, Foreman.
Tombstone, A. T., Juno a, 1882.
Report of Committee- on Public Adminis
trator and Justices of the Peace.
Tombstone, May 20, 18S2.
L. W. Carr, Foreman of Grand Jury:
Sir e, your committee to examine
the dockets of the Public Administrator
and Justices of tho Peace, beg to submit
the following: ,
We found the books and accounts of the
Public Administrator correct and kept in
Wo also found tho docket of Judge Wal.
lace correct. His books are kept in good
condition and arc easily examined and
Welound the docket of Judge Felter
correct. His accounts are correct, but
found that his books are not particularly
clear although correct.
Wo found the docket of JudgoBpiccr
not so easily to be understood. We exam.
ined his books very closely and found that
his books showed that he is In arrears to
'ie county ($21) twenty-one dollars.
Ho admitted to us, your committee, that
ne was in arrears to the county in the sum
of Iblrty-ono dollars. His books do not
show the ten dollars indebtedness which
Judge Splcer, although he did not say
so in good English, said that as the Super,
visors refnsed to pay him five dollars per
day for sitting In tho Earp trial (his books
show thai ho charged tho county five dol
lars per day during the Earp trial, and
also twenty cents per folio for all testi
mony taken during the trial), he did not
feel compelled to pay his arrearages unless
ho saw fit to do so; and showed' that he
should take his own time to discharge the
indebtedness, if ho discharged it at all.
Your commltteo recommend that the bond
of Wells Splcer bo belter secured.
(Signed). A. O. Smith,
Chairman of Committee.
J. L. Ward.
Tombstone, A. T.. Juno 2. 1883.
To tho Honorable Grand Jury of Cochise
Gentlemen Tour committco appoint
ed to examine- tho offices of tho Boaid '
Supervisors and Sheriff of the county
would respectfully report that it has com
pleted its labors, and has made as thorough
an examination of the county's afTalrs in
the abovo named offices as tho time al
lowed would permit.
Tho committee found that tho papers
and records of the Board of Supervisors
had been arranged whhin tho last few
weeks and were in neatly as good con
dition as coud be expected after having
been neglected ever since- the organization
of the county, something over a year ago.
Owing to our limited tlmo we were unable
to examine all the accounts allowed, but
wo would specially call to your honorable
body's attention the enormous amounts
paid by the Supervisors to Dr. G. E Good,
fellow lor the caro of tho county's patients.
From April 13, 1831, to May 15, 1882, there
has been fourteen warrants drawn in favor
of G. E. Goodfellow, amounting to $12,
281 33, which at tho sentract pric&of $1.11
for each patient would bo a daily number
of about thirty patients. It is the opinion
of your committee that some of the bills
are false and unjust, but us our time was
limited we did not deem it advisable to
further investigate what we would be com
pelled to leave unfinished. We believe
that had the Board of Supervisors the in
terest of the county at heart no such fraud
could have been consumated, even if at
tempted. We would respectfully recom
mend that your honorable body suggest to
the Court of having tho Board of Super
visors adopt a more thorough system -in
.relation to the account with Dr. Goodfel
low, so that Indisputable checks and vouch
ers'may always be in tho ponsesMen of tho
Supervisors by which they can check the
The system of business used in the
management ot tho affairs of the county
by the Supervisors is very looso and detri
mental to the best interests ot the county.
Your committee examined the books
and papers of the Sheriffs office, but they
were not in a very intelligent condition.
So far as wo were able to examine and
check them, we found them approximately
correct. There is not a proper set of books
kept in this office, there not being any cash
book or ledger kept and the receipt books
provided for taxes, etc , we found taper
tectly filled out and altogether in such a
bad condition as to bo almost worthless in
endeavoring to ascertain what amouut of
the county's money had passed through
the haHds of the Sheriff. Ihe assessment
roll we found to be imperfectly made out.
and tho alterations of so frequent occur.
rer.ee as to render it difficult to tell wheth
er the taxes had been paid or not. Wc
examined the bond of the Sheriff
and would respectfully report that tho
bondsmen thereon are worthless, and In
case of trouble the county would not be
ablu to recover a single dollar. We would
suggest that the Court instruct tho Board
of supervisors to have a new bond filed by
tho SfterilT at once.
Your committee would specially call
your attention to tho able and efficient
manner in which tho expert employed by
your Honorable Body assisted us in ex.
amlning the books and papers of the two
offices examined by us.
All of which is respectfully submitted
'to tho consideration of your Honorable
(Signed) G. F. Spanoenbero,
William II. Downing,
A. I. Cadwkll,
P. C. Breslin.
COMMITTEE ON" HOSPITAL.
Tombstone, A. T., March 28, 1882.
We find that the doctor don't keep any
books. The hospital is ki pt in good con
dition and patients seem moderately well
satisfied. Convalescent patients complain
that they have not enough solid iood to
eat and but little change of variety of food.
Some complain that the doctor don't visit
them often enough, and never more than
twice per week, and that he sometimes
don't pay uttenlion to their calls for medi
cine. We find twelve patients in hospital,
ten county and two paying. We find that
the doctor has drawn on the county for an
average of (31) thirty-one patients per day
during the linst quarter of 1882, January.
Ft bruary und March, while wc only find
accomodation for (31) thirty-one patients,
leaving no room tor paying .patients.
Some ot the committee regard this as a re
markable showing. We would suggest
that the Board of Supervisors should pay
more attention to the management of the
(Signed) J. C. McKean,
Chairman Committee on Hospital.
COMMITTED ON JAIL.
Tombstone, A.T., May 24, 1882.
Will say that it is kept as clean as well
as can be in such small quarters. Prison
ers seem well satisfied. Will say the build,
ing is entirely unsafe to hold prisoners.
Think the Sheriff is ccnsurablo for letting
(Signed) J. C. McKean,
Chairman Committee on Jail.
RETORT OF COMMITTEE ON COUNTY TREAS
On examination of the County Treas
urer's offico we find no books or statement
before January, 1882. Books since then
are correctly balanced and neatly kept.
Also find sufficient vouchers for moneys
disbursed. The books snowed a cash bal
ance to credit of the County Treasurer to
the amount of $34,538.39. Said balance
wc Mud deposited in the Cochise County
Bank, subject to tho order of J.O.Dunbar;
County Treasurer. Enclosed balance will
show tho amounts to tho debtor and credit
of County Treasurer. Respectfully,
(Signed) G. If. Brooks,
The Pniunrtes. '
The primary meetings to elect delegates
to the Democratic county convention at
tracted quite a lively attention yesterday."
As there was but one ticket In three of the
wards there was not much button-holing for
voters. In the fourth ward an opposition
ticket was started late in the day, but did
not meet with much support. Tne follow
ing are tho delegates elected :
J. E. Durkce, Frank Boardman, G. U.
J. M. Murphy, Judgo Berry, Mr. Mc
Lcllaud. THIRD WARD.
D.A.Moriarty, G. AY. Finney, Joseph
Harry Baron, B. McCarrol, Martin
Board of Munprvlsoro.
Saturday, June 10, 1883.
Board met at 2 p. m. Present Chair
man Joyce and Supervisor Vizina. Ab
sent Supervisor Solomon.
Minutes of the previous meeting read
and approved. -,
On motion of Supervisor Vizina, the
Board adjourned until Wednesday, June
14th, at 3 p. m.. 1882.
Clerk Board of Supervisors.
Editor EriTAru : There havo been a
few brief paragraphs in the eastern dis
patches of late in reference to Secretary
Teller's proposed new Indian policy. We
are not assured, but there is enough of it
to hang a hope on, that tho principal fea
ture 0! the new policy is tho disarming of
tho Indians. To your correspondent ltnas
always appeared that tho Indian policy of
the Republican administration that has
for the last two decades controlled the gov.
eminent, has been characterized by a phe-'
nomcnal imbecility in the department, or
criminal collusion on the part of the petty
satraps the reservation agents. The plan
ot gathering the Indians together upon
reservations Is, no doubt, good in theory,
aud there appears to be no good reason
why it should not operate wellln practice.
Tho government, by assuming a guardian
sh'p over them, Is bouud by all legal and
equitable considerations to support, edu
cate, protect und restrain them. They have
no civil existence; they are not taxed;
tlicv aro not responsible, but the guardian
is responsible. We speak, of course, of
those who retain their primal condition,
the tribal relation. Now, how has the
great ftthcr at Washington performed
theso obligations? How have his wards
been supported, protected and restrained 1
Of his education we will speak in detail.
True, be has been supported, or rather
the government has made its annual ap
propriations of millions lor that purpose,
aud the money has found its easy way into
tne hands of the fraudulent contractor and
the thriving agent. It U not contended
here that the Indian was entirely defraud
ed of bis support, and, indeed, if a moiety
of that provi jed reached them they would
have no cause of complaint, for the ap
propriation for that purpose, lobbied
through by special agents, were on so lib
eril a scale that a large margin was left.
According to a statement made not long
ago iu the house of representatives bya
member of congress, giving the exact
amount of daily rations, issued to the In
dians on tho reservations, the first item
was three pounds of fresh beet per day to
A buck and a squaw and three children
over twelve years of ago are entitled lo
fifteen pounds of fresh beef per day. In
addition there came bacon, flour, meal,
hominy, sugar, dried fruits and other dain
ties. There was also clothing, utensils
implements, etc. So, if Mr. Lo gets the
half of this bill he cannot accuse the great
father of stinginess. But Uuclc Sam goes
further. He selects tho most fertile und
favored regions of his domain and dedi
cates them to the exclusive use of his
wards. No greedy whifj man is allowed
to invade this sanctuary. Here also he
employs white teachers to instruct his
wards in tho arts of civilization. His idea
is to make them self-sustaining, intelligent,
morally responsible and lit them eventu.
ally for the duties of citizenship. This is
til good and in accord with tne spirit and
enlightenment of our civilization. But
now comes the anomaly: It would sotm
to be a necessary part of this plan to sub
due the savage and ferocious instincts and
to wean him from the chase, his nomade
Hie and die use of arms, and teach him to
depend on husbandry and the indusirlal
'arts. But instead the exactly opposite has
been the practice and he has actually been
schooled in the use of the most deadly
weapons. The ferocious and sunguinaiy
instincts, therefore, instead of being mode
rated and BUbdued has been stimulated
and excited. Stripped of verbiage then,
the Indian policy of the Republican Ad
ministrations havo been simply to civilize
the Indian and make him amenable to law
by teaching him the use ot the most im
proved and efficient firearms that the in.
genuity of man has devised. The ferine
instinct, too, which our policy, was de
signed to' repress aud ultimately eliminate
has naturally enough developed in our
wards a prodciency in the use of these
deadly instruments, greatly exceeding that
of our trained soldiers. And not only have
they been taught the use but they havo
been furnished with those implements ot
death and with all the requisites in the
way of ammunition for their emp'oymcut
by this same humane and enlightened
policy. How would Mr. Secretary Kirk
wood or Mr. Secretary Schurz "like
to lie . told that they have been
concerned In murderous conspiracy for the
purpose of slaughtering helpless wo-aen
and children? And yet they and ihe
party that upholds them arc directly re
sponsible for the fiendish atrocities that
stain the annals of Arizona and New Mex
ico. It. is hard to lealize how culpably
blind or bigoted has been the course that
permitted the so called Indian policy. The
new secretary, however, we are led to be
lieve, has taken the portfolio of the Interior
with his eyes open, and seems disposed to
address himself to the discharge of his
duties with tome degree ot intelligence, as
bis suggestion ot disarming the Indians
evinces. If ho has the courage of his
convictions and can successfully resist the
assaults of" speculators and agents and the
host of hyenas that have conspired to mur
der settlers and prospectors, he will de
serve the profound thanks of the Indian
terrorized Territories. His plan also in
volves another excellent suggestion, which
is the. Issuance of lumber Instead of tents.
One of the first sentiments to be inculcated
in the savage breast is that ot domicilia
tion. Let him have a stationary place of
auoae; someining mai ne cannot pun
down at a minute's notice and pack on
his squaw'H back lo be transpoitedthither
or yon. Tho' agraritui'iaea will abon'lol
low. He wl'.l becomo attached to the soil,
and his nomadic predilectlc-nsWill disap
pear as he gradually Teailze'8 tne comforts
of home and the 'satisfactory 'sense of pro
prietorship, ji air. Teller will carry
bis now policy into vigorous operation,
there wilt be no mdr'e'In'dla'u emeutes
from tho reservation.-" No mbrefslaughter
of the citizens;' no more soldier playiBg at
hide and seek' with'the' savage hostilea
And ir the secretary will lo' his ban; he
should be supplimented'and aided by the
Territory. The -new legislature1 should
at once repeal the lW.rth&t authorized the
Govemment to enlist, fxiebdlf1 Indian J in
the militia service of iho Territory; There
are no friendly- Indian?. They 'don't
know what faith and friendship are. They
are not to be trusted. It wag a Govern
ment scout that shot Gen. Carr; last sum
mer, lie was a friendly Indian and they
arc all alike. In its place let it be enacted
that anypcrsoh,sclling ammunition or re
pairing or selling arms to Indians shall be
confined in the Territorial prison not less
lu&u icu Tears, unu ituy xuuiuu iuuuu Willi
firearms should lie brought before a magis
trate and questioned as to where he pro
cured them, and deprived of the same. The
country has been in a state of turmoil
and terror long enough. Its complete pa
cification should no longer be delayed and
wo believe it can only be promptly and
effectually secured by the plan indicated.
The Primary Meetings.
So far as our reports go, the primary
meetings last Saturday, were well attend
ed, and every precinct in the county will
be represented at the convention of the
2-ilh. We have as yet, but partial reports
of the result of the meetings, but expect
to be able to publish the names of all the
delegates in a few days. So far as heard
from, the following delegates were elected.
Ramsey's canyon, Ash canyon and west
Huachuca, General D. K.Ward well; Con.
tenllon, Judge Smith and Mr. Marks; Fort
Huachuca, A. C. Bernard; Charleston,
Messrs. Kautsticn, McDowell and Nelson ;
Neptune Wells, David Humphry.
Mr. R.T. Coleman, one of tho pioneers
of Tombstone, departs this morning for
Kansas City and Chicago. Mr. Coleman
Intends to place some ot his copper proper
ties on the stock market, and will doubt
less tcxperlence little trouble, ad his
i claims are recognized 'as among the
MfcO, u luta HVWIIVJJ V U4V wuuuuj.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TDK FIRST
Judicial District of tho Territory of ArUona,
la aud for the County of Cochise, Patrick Harring
ton, Plaintiff, vs. James S. Clark, John D. Rouse
and John J. Anderson, Dciendants. Action
broach; In the District Conn of the First Judicial
District or the Tc ritory of Arizona, in and far the
County ofCochWo, and the complaint filed in the
laid County or Cochlsc.in tho office ol the Cleric
of said District Court. The Territory ol Arizona
fends greeting to James S. Clark, Jonn D. Rouse,
and John J. Anderson, Defchdints. You am
hereby required to appear in an action brought
aralt st you by the above named Plaintiff, In tho
District Court of the First Judicial District ofiho
Terrlt ry of Arizona, In and for the County of
Cochise, and to aueworthecoraplal'jt filed therein,
within twenty days (exclusive of the day of scr
Tlec), after the service en you of this B"mmon9 (If
served within this county; or If served out ol this
county, but In this district, within thirty days:
otherwise within forty days), or Judgment by de
fault will be taken airaloat you according to the
prayer of said complaint. The raid action Is
brought to obtain a decree udjudj;lnjj that dofend
ants hold the legal title to certain real estate in
tie City ol Tombstone, Cochise County, A.T.,
as trustees In trust for the ne and benefit ol
plaintiff, that defendants within such tlmo and la
such terms as tho court may deem just, make
deed of said property to plaintiff, to quiet plain
tiff's title thereto for costs and general relief, all
of which more lully appears by reference to the
complaint on filo beret u; said real j-state Is de
scribed as Lots S3 and St In block 17, according to
the original map of Tombstone, made by Solon
M. Allls, March Bth, 1079. And you are hereby'
notified that If you fall to appear and answer the
said complaint, as above required, the said plain
tiff will take Judgment by default and apply to the
Court for tne relief demanded in the complaint.
Given under ray hand and Heal of the Distric
Court of theFlrnt Judicial District or the Terrlt
torr of Arizona, in and for the Couuty ol Cochise,
this 13tn day of April, in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and ele two.
I seal. J W. 11. SnAMANS, Clerk.
By E. JLCahk, Deputy Clerk.
TOJOIINYEAOEn, WM. SIMMONS AND
D. E. E'ter, or their heirs or assigns: Yoa
are hereby notified that the undersigned, J. W.
Beard, '.as completed Ihe assessment work for
1881, as requited bylaw on the Mountain Queen
mine, situated in Huachuca Mountains, in what it
known as Montezuma Canyon (located March 3,
1880) Cochise county, Arizona'! erritory, aud that
your proportion of the cost of said assessment
work, amoitnllneto $60 ($20 each), and the cost
of publication of this notice Is now due and pay
able to me. And notice Is hereby further riven
that, if keforo the expiration of ninety (90) days
from the first publication of this notice, you do
not pay your portion of said' expense legal, all
your right, title and Interest In and tl said mine
will be fortclted to me, as provided by law.
J. V. BEARD,
Tombstone, A. T., December 31, lbl.
Assessment Notice. ,
City of Tombstone. County of Cochise, Terri
tory of Arizona, March 20, 1882.
To Alfred McAlister your heirs or aslgns, you
are hereby notified that we have expended one
hundred dollars on the Aunt Sally mine, lode or
ledge, located In Tombstone mining district,
County of Cochise, Arizona Territory, in order to
hold said premises under the provisions of the re
vised statutes of the United. States, section 2321.
being the amount required to be done to hold the
same for the year 1881. And If within ninety
days from the service of this notice (or within
ninety days after this notice, by publication you
fall or remse to contribute your proportion of
such expenditure as eo-owser, your Interest in paid
claim, will become the property of the subscribers
under satf section. J. D. ADAMS,
O. F. REPPY,
mch203m 1) JIKI'PY,
r THE PROBATE COURTOFTHE COUNTY
of Cochise, Territory of Arizona In the matter
of tho estate of Joe eph Manandss, deceased. Iur
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day of April, A. D. 1882. notice ie tereb
given that Monday, the 8th day of May.
A. D. 1882, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said
day, at the court room of said court, In the Mining
Exchange Building, In Tombstone, said county,
nave been appointed a the time and place lor
proving tho will of ald Josiph Mananrtas, de
ceased; and for heariugthe application of Laurent
Bnrada for the Jssuancc to him of letters testa
mentary, when and where any person interested
may appear and contest the same.
J. II. LUCAS, Ex-Officio Clerk.
Dated April 8. 1882.
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First Publication May 20, 1882.
Application No. 201 for a Potent to
the Baker Sliainc; Claim.
TTNITED STATKS LAND OFFICE, TUC
U son, Arizona. May 9, 1KS2. Notice Is hereby
given that Albsrt C. Blilcke, Fordyce hoper,
Theodora F. White, Phillip Mouse, William II.
Harrison, James 8. McCoy, and John Watson, by
F. G. Burk their attorney, whose postofllce ad
dress Is Tombstone. A T'.hnio filed their appli
cation for a patent for 1803 linear leet of the Baker
mine or cln, bearing gold and silver ar.d other
minerals, with surface groui.d 550 leet In width,
situated m the Tombitouj Mining District, Co
chlse County. Arizona, and designated by the
field notes and official plat on file in this offico as
Lot No. 111. Said Lot No. 123 belngas follows to
wit: Beginning at the initial monument, a post
4x4 inches 5 feet long in mound of stones, marked
SAM. Baker M. C. No. 1, 'roiu.whtch ushiH4xe
feet, SO feet deep bears south 10 ftet dietsnt;
thenco run north 51 OS' east on the line to north
east center of claim 618 feet to a 4x1 inch post 5
feet long in a monument of stones, markedlU. M.
C No. 2; from which U. S. M.-M. No. 8. bears
north 70 6' east, 462(1 fectdistant; thence north
86' 37' west 335 feet, to a post4x4 Inches 5 feet long,
In a monument of stone and earth, marked B. it.
'. No. 3: tnence south 53 55' west tUl feet to
intersect with the wext side Hoc of the Slher
CablcM. C, at a point noith 713 feet from a 4x4
Inch post marked S. C. M. C. No. 3, atl300:eet
tame course south 52 55' west to southwest cor
ner ot claim to post 4 Inches square, 5 feet long, In
monument of stone and vartb, marked 11. M, C.
No 4; thence south 38 37' cast. 50 feet along the
to&thnest cud line of claim to a post 4 inches
square, 5 feet long, in a mound of earth and stone,
marked B. M. C. No. 6; thencn along same line at
550 feet to sonthcast corner to post 4 Inches
square, 5 feet long in mound of stone marked B.
M. C No. 6; thence north 51 30' east along
sonthcast side line of claim TO 5 feet tolatersect
west side line or Silver Cable M. C, Lot No. R, t
a point north 24 feet distant, to a pi st marked 8.
CM. C. No. 3. at 772 feet to east tide line or Sli
ver Cablo M. C at a point north 2 A-f west, 242
feet distant from post marked S. CM. C N.. 4,
at 1045 feet to south tide line of Eagle Mining
Claim, at a point south BO 55' east, 302.5 feet dis
tsnt from a post mariced S . W. cor. Eagle, contin
uing on southeast line north 51' 30' east at 1304
feet to post 4 Inches square, 5 feel long, in mor.nd
of stone and earth, rnaikedJlM.C.No. 7; thenco
north 3C' 37' west 283 lo post No. 2, to place of
beginning tnrvey of extcrfortwuudarles or claim,
containing 16.00 seres, of wblcb the followingcon
filets occur: 1st, The Delhi M. C.lot No. 101, of
0 33 acres; 2d, The Bagle Mining olalm east of (he
rlllver Cable line, not Included In the Delhi, con
filet 3 94 acres: 3d, Conflict with Silver Cable M.
C. 8.31 hcrcs. Total amount covered by conflict
12.28 acres, which leaves area claimed 3.72 acres.
Magnetic variation 1125' cast. The location of
this mine is recorded lathe Recorder' Offico for
Cochise County. A. T.. Book 3, page 68, records
of mines transmitted.
Any and all persons claiming adversely any por
tion of paid Baker mine or surface ground ore re
quired to file their adverse claim with tho Register
of the United States Land Office at Tucson, Ari
zona, during the sixty days period of publication
kereof. or they will be barred by virtue of the pro
visions of the Statute.
HENRY COUSINS, Register.
F. G.BURK, Att'y lor Applicants, Tombstone,
It Is hereby ordered thatthe foregoing notice be
published for Ihe period of sixty days (ten consec
utive weekB) in the Epitaph, a weekly newspaper
published at Tombstone, A. T., which paper Is
hereby designated by me as publ Itbed nearest such
claim. HENRY COUSINS) Register.
(First Publication May 8, 1832.J
Application Xo. It)?, for a Patent to
the- Tombstone Mining; Claim;
UNITED STATKS LAND, OFFICE, TUC
eon, Arizona, May 2 1882. Notlco is hereby
given that Philip Corbln, Samuel A. Moore, bis
duly authorized agent, has made application lor
patent to 1,430.5 linear feet ol the Tombstone
mine, vein, lode cr deposit, bearing'prccioui met
als, together with surface fround 600 feet In width,
situate In Tombstone Mlnln; District! Cochise
couuty, Arizona, more particularly described In
the field notes and plat of Ihe official survey on
file In this, office, designated as lot No 115, as
follows to wit: Beginning at the Initial monu
ment, at a post 5 feet long and 4 inches square in'
a mound of stones, marked "I.M Tombstone MC
tSo. 1," situated at the cast end center of claim,
from which AJx Hill bears N 7835' E, 4782 ft ct
distant; thcncn 8 18'0-j' E, 300 feel to the 3K cor
ner post, marked "TMC No. 2"; thei ce 8 6953'
W, 1430,5 fei t to SW corner post, marked -TMC
No. 3": Thence N 1802' V. 300 leet lo the west
end center of claim, being also the point of the
Initial monument ol the Carbonate M. C , to a
post marked TMC No. 4," from which a standard
corner of Sections 32 and 33, Township 20 rj,
Rancc 21 E, bears S 1832' W, 11053 feet dlstaat;
thenco N 18-08' W, 300 feet to HW cornr post
marked "TMC No. 5"; thenco N 6953' E, 1430.5
leet to ixjs come poti, marnea "xmi; ro.o';
thence S 1802' E, 1 00 feet to place of beginning.
The said raining Ua m Is duly recorded in the
office of the recorder of Cochise county, Arizona.
Any Rnd all persons claiming adversely the whole
or any portion of the Tombstone mining claim are
ruqutred to present their adverse claims to be filed
In this offico during tho sixty days period oi pub
lication hereof or they will lie, barred by virtue of
the provlsons of the statute.
HENRY COUSINS. Register.
J. H. Lucas, Tombstone, Arizona, Attorney
It is nereby "ordered that the foregoing notict
be published sixty days (ten consecutive weeks)
n the Tombstone Epitaph, a weekly newspaper
published at Tombstone, A. T., which paper is
uercby designated by me as published- nearest
said claim. HENRY COUSINS, Register.
IFirst Publication Way G, 1882.
Application Xo. 100, for Patent to the
Hard Up mining; Claim.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. TUC
son, Arizona, May 3d, 1882. Notice Is hereby
tiivcn that Philip Corbin, by Samuel A. Moore,
bis duly authorised agent, has made application
lor patent to 777 3 linear feet of the Hard Up vein,
lode or deposit; bearing precious metals, to
gether with surface gron u &0 ftet In widtn, situ
ated in Tombstone Mixing District, Cochise
county, Arizona, mord particularly described In
th.- field notes and plat of the official survey o-i
file In this office, designated as Lot No. 120, as
follows, to wit:
Beginning at the Initial monument near the
centre of claim, at a post marked "I M Hard Up
MUNo.1," troin wblcn t'UMM No. 2 bears S
4441' W, 1868 feet distant, and the rectlon cor
ners or 1, 2, 35 and 3d, township 20 S, range 22 E,
oear N 1439' E, 9197.10 feet distant; thence N
34b9' E, 3V7 3 feet to a post at the Intel section ot
tbeSW end Use ol the -Herald MC'wIlh the
NEcnd Hue or the Hard Up, marked "H U M C
,o.'2"; thence S 6738' 28 feet to Intersection of
Eslde line of Herald M C, from which point the'
SW corner or " i M C" bears 8 53-22' W, 164 'eet
distant, and at 300 feet to NE corner pott 5 feet
long, 4 Inches square, in a mound of stones,
marked "11 U M C No. 3"; thence S 8640' W, 777.3
leet to SK corner post, marked "HUMO No. 4,"
which point is also the NE corner of Indepcn
dence M U: thence N 6736' W 274.5 feet to -I M
Independence M C," and S W end center of Hard
Up MC, to a post 5 feet long and 4 Inches square
in a raoind of stones, marked "II U M C No. 5,"
66.3 feot to intersection ot SE side line of East
Side M C, and .531.5 leet to 8W cor post, 5 feel
long, 4 inches square, In mound of stones, marked
"llUMCNo.O": thence t 3405' E, 739.3 feet lo
Intersection of the'NE end line of aast Side M C
and S W end line ot Tribute M C, from wh cli
polutthe NE corner or SMC and bWco.
ier of "T M C" bear. S 3605' E, 162 feet distant,
and 768.3 feet to NW corner post, 5 feet long 4
Inches square In mound of stones, marked "II U
MCNo.T'; thence 8 67Sb' E, 203.5 fed to the
Intersection or the SK side line of the Tribute '
C, from which point the SE corner of "T i C"
beara S 5315' W 130.4 fe-t and SW corner Herald
M C bears N 5315' E, 54.6 feet distant, and30U
feet to poet marked "II U M C No 2," and place
of beg nnlng of thi exterior survey of claim; va
rlation 1125 E, containing 7.72 acres. Said min
ing claim la bounded on the Sw by the Indepen
dence; on the NW by the East Side and Tribute,
and on the NE by the Herald M C, an Is duly re
corded In the office of the recorder of Cochlte
Any and all persona claiming adversely the
whole or .any portion of the Hard Up mining
claim, aro required to filo their adverse claims In
this offico during the sixty days period of publica
tion hereof, or tney will be barred by virtue of the
provisions of the statute.
HENRY COUSIN8, Register.
J. II. Lucas, Tombstoue, A. T Attorney for
Tho foregoing notice is ordered published sixty
days (ten consecutive weeks In the Tombstone
Epltapn, a weekly newspaper published at Tomb
stone, A. T.. which paper-is hen by- deslgutted as
that Issued nearest said claim.
HENRY COUSINS. Register
At a meeting of the School Trustees of Tomb
stone ScLool District, Cochise Count, Arizona
Territory, held on May th, 1882, It was resolved
that notice be given as required by law, for an
election to be held on
Wednesday. 31st day or May, A.1K18S2.
In raid School District, to submit to tbe
qualified voters of said school District, A. T.,
the question whether a tax shall be levied tu kei p
the public rchools open for a longer period than
the ordinary funds of the district will allow, and
for building additional school houses, etc. In
pursuance of said lesolutlon and in accordance
with the statutes cf the Territory of Arizona In
suc'i cases made and provlacd, notice Is hereby
given that an election will be held in the city of
Tombstone, Cochise county, Arizona Territory,
and in said bcuool DittrlcUon said Wcdnesday,tbe
31th day of May, A. D. 1882, to submit to the
qualified voters of raid School District, Cochise
county, Arizona Territory, the question whether
a lax snail be levied to keep the rchools of said
dlst rict open for a longer period than the ordinary
funds will allow, and for building an additional
fchool house. The amount of money proposed to
be raised by said tax, and to be nscd lor the pur-
Soscs above stated, Is tbe sum ol six thousand
oilars. By order of the Board of School Trus
tees ol said School District.
T. J. DRUM, Secretary.
Dated Tombstone, May 8, 1882. my7-taw-3w..
IS HEREBY GIVEN TO A. P.TAYLOR AUD
all persons claiming Under you that you have
failed to perform your proportion of the assess
ment work on the Altamont mine, Dragoon
Mountains, Cochise County, Arizona Territory,
for the vear ending December 31, 1881 and the
same having been dona by the undersigned In ac
cordance with law, this la to noUly von that.lf
you fall to pay your proportion of paldvork
w ithln thn time prrssrlbed by law, your interests
In cnid mine will reose and become-the. property
of the undersigned by virtue of section! 2324, Re
vised Statutes of the United Utatas. -
W. Q. HTEOMANv
Tombstone. A. T., March 11, 1S8S. ml33a
First Publication April 4, 1882.1
Mininc Application . So. 101 for n
Patent to tne Copper Kins Mining
f-f NITED STATES LAND OFFICE, TUC
U son, Arizona, April 21, 1862. Notice Is
hereby given that tne KuBsell Gold & Silver Min
ing Company, whose postofficu bddrist Is care
of T. L. Stiles, Tucson, Arizona, naa this day
tiled its application for a patent for 1500 linear fee.
of the Copper King mine or vein, bearnlg silver
and copper, with- surface ground tOO feet in width,
situated In Cochise MlniLg District, Couu.y ol
Cochise and Territory of Arizona, and designated
by the field notes ami official plat on file n this
office as lot No. 38, In said district, said tot No. 38
being described as follows, to wit: Beginning at,
the initial monument of the claim at tne tenter
thereof, ou the outcropping of the vein, at a pine
pott 4x4 inches square, 4!4 fjet long aud marea
v. i. a,u. i lueucu uoriu w ho wesiicuiee..
to the middle of the northwtet end of the ciaiui to
a pine post ui inches square, i', feet high and
marked "C. K. No. II,'? whence United State
Mineral Monument No. 1, Cochise jJletricl, b.ars
sonth 63 28' wesi, distant 1714 feet; thenco nortu
29 12' east 300 feet to northwest cormrol claim
to a pine post 4x4 Inch s iqua -. Hi feet high, uuo
marked "O.K. No. Ill"; thence uouth t0 48'
cast 1210 feet to the west end or the Highland Mart
mining claim north 29' 12 east and 92 let trrom us
souuweat corner, and 1500 feet to a pine port 4x4
Ins. square, 4lt.hlgh,andmarked'-C.K.No.IV".
thence south 23 12' west 92 feet lo the Inter
section af the side line of the Highland Mary
claim. Lot No, 37, south W 48' east from It,
Southwest corner feet dUtant, auo 300 feet to
the center of this claim, to 8 pine post 4x4 lncbe
square 4 feet long and maifced "C. K. No. V;"
thence south 29' 12' west 810 feet to the southeast
corner of the claim, to a pine post 4x4 inches
square! Hi feet long and mraked "C. K. No. VI ;"
th'nce north 60' 48' west 1,500 feel to the south
west corner of the claim, to a pine post 4x4 iLChet
tquare 4Jt fct long aud marked '. . K. No. VII ;'
and thenco north 29 12' east 300 feet to monu
ment No 1, already described. This claim lies
about five miles northwest of the Southern Pa
cific railroad at Dragoon Summit, Cochlte couuty,
and on the south slope ora flat bill of tho Lime
stone mountains. MagnetlcvarUuoL i n'eaa,
containing 20.11 acrci, outside of the conflict
with the Highland Mary claim, 55 acres, which Is
notclalmed. The location of thUmlneli recordei:
In the recorder's offlu of Cochise County, Arizopa,
In books 7 and e of mlntng-.clatms, at pages 311
and 448 rcsTjectlvelv. transcribed records. Tne ad
joining claimants are the o tners ol the Tjcoop,
micniana Mary, mil bioe, uepuonc ana u.ne
Any and all perrons claiming adversely any
portion of raid Copper King mine or turtace
ground are required to flie their adverse claims
with Ihe Register of the United States Land .Office
at Tucson, in the Terr.tory of Arizona, during the
sixty days p.-rlod of publication hereof, or they
will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the
statute. HENRY COUSINS, R gister.
Ills hereby ordered that the foregoing notice be
fiubllsbcd 'lor sixty dare, ten consecutive weeks,
n the Epitaph, a weekly newspaper published at
Tombstone, Arizona, which pjperls hereby des
ignated by meat published nearest such claim. -HENRY.
(First publication April 17,18c2.
Application Ko. 185 for a Patent far
tlie silver Cabin Lode.
TTN ITED STATKS LAND OFFICE.TUCSON
I I Arizona. Anril 8. 1882. Notice Is hereby
given thatTTheodortF. White, Philip Morse, John
Wasson and William II. Harrison, whose post
othce address la In care T. L. Stiles, Tucson, Pima
county, Arizona, for purpose of this application,
have this day filed their application for a pateut
ror fifteen ounarea linear rector me surer uaoie
min'i or veiu bearing sliver and goid, with surface
ground six hundred feet In width, situated In
1'ombstone Mining District, County of Cochise
and Territory of Arizona, and dei-lgnated by the
flefd notes and official Dial on file lu this oflice as
lot number 92, In raid district, said lot Ho, !2
being as follows, to wit: Beginning at the inltla,
monument of the cmlm described In the notice of
location, at a post 5 feet long, 4x1 Inches square,
set one foot In the ground. In a monument ot
stones 2 feet high, and marked "I. M. 8. C. M.
C. Io. 1 ; thence ran south 6336' west along
tbe northerly cud of claim 265.4 feet lo a poet 5
leet long, 4x4 inches square, set ono foot in the
grocT, In a monument of stones 2Vi feet high,
and marked "S. C. M. C. No. 2"; 'hence south
along be wrtt line ol claim 1500 leet to routbweri
comer of claim to post 5 feet long, 4x4 Inches
square,'sct one foot in tbo ground, In a mound ol
stones 2, feet high, and marked 4S. C M. C.
No. 3": thence run north 68' S6' east alone the
southerly endo. claim COO leet to southeast cornci
Of claim to post 5 feet long, 4x4 Inches square, set
one foot lu the ground, In a monument of stones
2 feet high, and marked " S. C. M. C. No. 4" s
tnence north 2 44' w est 1474.1 feet to a post 5 feet
long, 4x4 inches square, set on foot in the ground.
In a monument of stones 'ii feet hlgn, and
mirkcd "S. C. M. C. No. S'whcnc Unlttd
Mates Mineral Monument No. 2, on Lucky Cust
Ulll bears north 75 15' er-st 4657.6 leet dmtant:
and thence south 68 3S' w est along the northerly
end of claim 258.7 feet, toa post, being post No. 1,
the place of beginning. Magnetic variatlon.il'
80' east, containing 18.01 acres. 1 he location ol
this mine Is recorded In the Hecorders' offices ol
lima and Cochise counties, Arizona, In books D
and lor mires, In said counties respectively, at
pages 101 and 285 respectively. The ailjolnim.
claimant are the owners of tc Valentine and
Sultan mining claims.
Any and all pero s claiming adversely any por
tlonof said Silver Cable mine, or surface grorud
are required to file their adverse claims with tLi
Register of the United States Land Office at Tuc
son, in the county ol Fima,Tc rltory of Arizona,
during the sixty days period ot publication hereof,
or they will bo barred by virtue of tho provision
of the statute.
HENRY COUSINS, Register.
It is hereby ordered that the- forego
ing notice of application for patent be pub
lished for the period of sixty days-ten
conscentlve wetks In tho Epitaph, a weckl"
newspaper published at Tombstone. Cochin
county, Arizona, which paper is hereby designated
by me as published nearest such claim.
HENRY COUSINS, Reylstcr.
rpo J. D. KJNNEAH-YOU ARE HEREBY
I notified that we havo expended one hundred
dollars In labor and Improvements npon the Mo
zart mine, of gold bearing ore, situate In the Do
Cabezas Mining District, about two miles north
cast of iCwell Springs, in ordtr to hold said prem
Iscs under the provisions ot cctions 2324 and 2325
of the Revised atatutes of tho United States, and
the act 01 Congressa, appro1, cd Januer)
2d, 1880, mendatory thereof; said turn
being the amount required lo hold the said mine
ror the-year ending 1880. Now.il within ninety
days from the publication of this notice, you fall
or rtfuse to contribute your proportion or such ex
penditure as a co-owner, you Interest In said
claim will become tbe property of tho subscribers
under the sections ol tbe revised statutes afore
mentioned. joun Mcgregou,
Dos Cabezas, Cochise County, A. T.
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AA brand, bbls and hf bbls, peu cal $ 4
II brand, bbla and hrbbls, per pal. 3
C brand, bbls and hr bbls, prrtral... 3
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Application Xo. 180, to tho Fatentror
lfnlint1v Wlnfnn rlnfm
TTNITED bTATES LAND OFFICE, TUC-J
j euu, ji(,iuuu, Ai'ui jv, low. nonce is riereDv
ghentbat the IIubwH Gold am. Siler Jiiiil
yuuipan, nuuts poswmce" auaress i care orr
plication for a patent for 1310 linear feet or tb
Peabody mine or vein, bearing silver, gold and
copper, with surface i ground COO ftet In width, sit
uated lu Cochise Mining District, County ol Co.
cnlso and 'i erritory of Arizona, snd desiccated br
tho field notes ai d official put on file iu this oflice
follows, town: Beginning at thelnl
tlal monument at the northwest ci.do? the claim
at a po-t 4x4 li.clies (qusie, 4 feet 9 inchc loop,
marked "I. No. 1 "; thenco north 6.rat 184 le
lo Intersection or west lino or Delia claim, (cm h
34 wcstSBMeet irora its sotitheait corntr snd 3i0
feet to tortheustcomirof this Malm, to pott 4x4
Inches square, 4 feet 9 Inche loi.g, aba UDir.ua
P.No. 2"; thence south 34' cast 440 Iculto In
tcrsecil. n of south line of De.to Usim, ijorlh rv
30' east 139 feet from its rontheast corner, aud 1J40
fectt'i southeast coiner of thU claim, u u pst
4x4 inches quaic,4 feet 9 Inch.s long, und marked
"P. Noalll1'; theuce south 63 west 300 jett to
"he cen'crof ti e coutheaet end of claim, toa poet
1x4 Inches i-quore, 4 lee 9 mcae lung, maiked
i! Post No. IV "; thence south 56' wtst 400 feet to
southwest comer of thisclaiui topost4i4 inches
squire, 4 feet 9 leches Jong, and marked ' P. No.
"; then north 34 west U 10 feet to the north
west comer f the claim to a post 4x4 Inches
jqnare, 4 rest 9 Inches long, and marked "P. No
VI ; and thence north 56 east300rett tolhe place
or beginning Ti.e Peabody claim lies on the
north slope of a high' r'dge, about S'mlles nortbV
east or tne Southern Pacific IMlioad depot at
Dragoon Summit. Majneiic variation 12. 14'
".ti cAntlUnJnB ", 1 ".' out ,de """ f onfllct,
with the Delta claim, I w acres, which U not
claimed. The location ot this mine Is recorded
Inlho ItecorJers office ol Cochise County Ari
zona, In bmks -and or Mining Records at
pages and - respectively. Tie hdloinlug
claimants aro the owners or the Shoo F,y, Delta
Peabody .No. 1, Florence and Columbia minluc
Any and all persons claiming .adversely any
viyii . r.,u icauwij mine, or sunace ground
art required to file their adverse claims witfl tho
in the '1 erritoiy of Arizona, during the sixty days'
period of publication hereer, or they will be barred
by virtue of the provisions of the statute.
r,. , v. .UK.KY tOUSIN Register.
It is hereby ordered that the above und furgoini'
notlco be published for the period ol tixty days
(ten conxecutlve weeks; in the Epitaph, a weekly
newspaper published at Tomb.tone, Arizona,
which paper is hereby designated by me as publ
Hshcd uearett such claim "
HENRY COUSINS, R-glster.
First Application A pi II 24, 18B2.J
Application .No. ISO for a Patent tathe-
Tnm 0-S:.nnier Mining; Claim.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, TUC-
son, Arizona, April , 1882. Notice Is here
by given that the Russell Gold and Sliver Miulne
CompaLy, whose post office add-ess Is In cato
ofiT. L. atlles, Tucson, Allans, ban this day
filed his application lor a patent for1&55 linear
feet of the Tarn O'Sbanter- mine or vein bearing
silver, go.d and copper, wlih turface ground XW
feet In width, situated In Cochise Mrulnc District.
County of Cothl.e and 1 einlory of 'Arizona, and
designated by the field notes., aud official plat on
file in thts efflce, as Lot No. 41, In said District,
Said Lot No.41 being described as follows, to wit
Beginning at tho initial monument or Me claim
at aplne post 4x4 inches quare, 4K feet long. and.,
marked "T. O. S. No. l' whenca a eliaftuears '
north 2 56' west 38 leet alslant; thence north 87
44' east 4S0 feet, to tbeeaet end or the claim Wa
pine post 4x4 Inches quare, Kii fVet long, and
marked T. O.S,. No. 2." whence United States
Mineral Monument No. 2, Cochise District coi a
south 5 14' wet 112 reel distant; ih,.n- .nmh '
2; Xri east, 300 feet to the southeast corner or
claim, to a pine post, 4x4 inches square. 4U fret
long, aid marked "T. O. S. No. 3," wnence
United States Mineral Monument No. 2 beara
north 27 31' west 185 rect distant; thence south
87 41' wert 1355 feet 10 the touthwest corner of
claim t a pine port. 4x4 Inches square, 4i Inches
long, and niaikta "T. O. 8. No 4;" thence uonh
north 2 56' west 300 leet to west end center of the.
claim, to a pine post, 4x1 inches rquare, 4& feet
nigh, aud marked "T. O.J3. No. 5," whence
United Statee Mineral Monument No. l.Chchlso
District bears north It' 16' west about (our miles
distant; thenco north 2 66' west 300 feet to nonh
west corner of the claim to a pine pot, 4xt Icchci
xqnare, 4i( leet long and marked "1'. 0. S. No. 6,"
bencc m.ith 87 44' eat 930 fewt to the northeast
corner of claim, to a pluc post, x4 Inches squatc.
ISC reel long, and maiked "T. O. a. No. ?;" and
hence south 52 31 ' cot 1 4S0 feet to monument N 0.
i. already described. This rlalm lies about one
mile northwest ot the Southern Pacific Railroad
dep'-itat Dragoon hummtt.snd upon two sm 41 hills
separated by a flat. Magnetic variation 1214'easr,
Ooutaluin" 17.S7 acres. The location nf thiamine
.e recorded in the hocorder's Oflice ol Cochise
County, Arizona, In Book 7, of Mlulug Claims, at
page 321, Records trauscrloed lrom Pima County.
The adjoining claimants are the owners ol the,
Daisy, Atlanta and Fortunatus mining claims.
Any and all percons claiming aaremely auy pot
ion of said 'Tarn O'ohauter Mine or surlace,
round are required to file their adverse claims
.vitb the Register of the Uultcd States Land Office
it Tucson, In the Territory f Arizona, during tbe
nxty days period or publication horoor, or they will
Oe barred oy vlrtueofthe prnvtidons f tl oSialuto.
11E.NRY COUSINS, Register.
Itlsh'-rehy ordered that the aloe notlco be
published for sixty days (ten constcuthe weeks
.n the Epitaph, a weekly newspaper published at
Tombstone, Cochise County, Arizona, which la
aercby deslirnatBd by me a tho newspaper pub
llehed nearest lo a d claim.
HENRY COUSINS, Register. -
Xotlro to Creditors.
ELTATE OF A. DELOACH, DECEASED.
No Ice Is hereby given by the undersigned,
dmlnis rator of the estate of A. Deloacb, de
ceased, to the creditors of, and all pers ms having
claims against the said dec ased. to exhibit them
with the necessary vourhers, within four months
after the first puollcatlon of this notice, lo the,
said Administrator at the store of Taskor & Prld
ham, corner of Fifth and Allen street, in Tomb
stone, in the said countr ofCochlso,
Administrator of th: Estate of A. Delaacn, de
ceased. Dated at Tombstone. March 16 1S82.
TIIE FIRM OF L ZECESND'OHF & CO
Charleston, A. T.. Is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. All liabilities of .the said firm
will be paid by Samuel Katzenstein, and all la
debtedness owing to said firm will be collected by "
L. ZKCKENDOHF & CO.T
Dated Charleston, A. T., January 24, 1882.
Snt for .'i
V w IlltMri-t.-tl
(.. ,3n, Sir
teroflSSl. Vi'C'elonny address.' On."
tains full description of uiMi'iirfiof gociift
for jer?oml anil family us. We. ilenfc
directly with tlie consumer, and will ill
pools in any quantity i.t ulolewlt iwicx'1.
You can luy better and cheaper than aw
MONTGOMERY WAKD & CO.
fc.7-i!:,l C29 Wabash Aventie,Ch,ictiro,I!l
rJer''ir 11. It coiiU'nl lluwWd fit. " ity.tMlerS,
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UuktiOinlirn. 'H"'. -,..,.
& Co Louisville, Ky.
II. B. HUNT,
C do lOcases, Stozal 800
MOORE & DANT'S.
In bond In Kentucky, Sprwpof "80.., $
do do do drt do ...
MOOKE.'HUNT & CO'S
Crown brind, lease, 5 to gal $800
do do 5 do do 760
Crown brand, 10 cases. Stomal... 7 00
Crown brand, pints. doz to case, 6r-n
Crown brand, 2 doz ui case, 5 cases bit
Crown brand, pints, 2 doz to rase, 10 cases.. 8 Uo
Anchor Champagne, pints, S doz..., 8 50
do do quarts, 1 do 7W
rMzmkFOM 1882 m$r.