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THE EPITAPH : TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, Saturday, August 27, 1887.
William Brown, cf Oregon
( r joaqciv HiLtxn.
Ihny called him Rill, tho wood man,
Itutsbr, bcrnnmownsMnrv Jnne,
Ibo squire's daughter: nndtmclgn
Tho belle from ltewhe-lo to Dan.
llir !ttlo itnmo. How lovers rnth
Oot mittens nt tho epoIIIiiK-sclioolI
How mnny a mute, Inirlorloiw fool I
TVroto rhymes ami sighed and il cil inusiMM?
Tho hired mnn had loved lier lowj.
Had loed her hest and first and last;
Her v ery parments a3 she parsed
For him, had rj mphony and (-one
60 when ono day with brow afrown
Sh i called him "BUI," ho raised hU head,
Ho caught her c e and faltuilnp Bald,
"1 lot 0 you; and my nnmo Is llrown."
Bho fairly walticd with rntro: showopt;
You would bav o thought tho bouse on flr.
Bho told her sire, tho portly squire.
Then smelt her stnollluK-ialts and Rlept.
poor William did what could bo done;
Ho swims a pistol on each hip.
Ho Kitthci cd up a preai ox whip
And diot e towaid tho Retting sun.
He croed tho great back bono of earth
He paw tho snowy mountains rolled
I.lko mlRhty billows; saw tho gold
Of awful sunsets; sawthoblitn
Of widen dawn upon tho plain.
And c ery nljrbt would William Brown
Lat poik and bean, and then Ho down
And dicttm sweet dreams of gcntlo Jan
Her lov crs pacd. Wol es hunt In pnekg.
They soiiKht forblgrei gamo; somehow
1 hoy ecnied to bio abov o her brow
Tbu lorkv slsn of tuikey tracks.
Hie tuci-uonrd of life goes up
The t ter-bonnl or life goes down.
The Rweetct face must leant to frown,
Tho bljrgest dog has been a pup.
0, mRldcnsl pluck not at tho air;
The sweetest flowers I hate found
0 row rather clne unto tho ground,
Ard highest plate are most bare.
Win vou had bitter win tbgiace
Of 0110 poor cmcd Af-rl-can,
Than win the eyes of every man
fn !oo a'ono with his own face.
At last she nursed a now dehe,
bho slghf d, iio wept for William Brown,
She vvntelicit the plendld sun iro down
Like omo gre t sailing ship on tiro.
XL( 11 rose and checked her trunk rlpbt onj
And In tbocirssho liincbuland lunchid.
And had her tic! it punched . ud punohoo,
Until sbo came to Oregon.
bhe reached the limit cf the lines,
f-he wore blue specks upon her noe.
Wore rather short and manly clothes,
A' so set out to reach the mines.
H Ight hand he d a Testamect,
1 pocket held a parasol,
A' thus equipped tlgnt on st wert,
Vi ntwatei-proof ud watoMiui
61 1 set s minor gazinsr dow n
S i v tlrrlnir om thing with a peoi
' O. tell mo tiue and tell mo soon,
Wl nt I a bfivime of William Brown'" .
Hcluokulu kance benenth berpe.
Then stiried his coektidJ -mind and rouna
'1 hen rnlseil bis bead and sltbcd piofcuud.
And told, -'He's hauded in his checks."
Then care fed on ber damaged cheek,
And she grew faint did gallus June,
And smelt ber smelling talis In v aln.
Bho wandered on weary, worn and weak,
At Inst upon a bill alone
She came, and thcio she sat her down;
For on that hill there stood a stone,
And, lol that stone read, "William Drown."
"O. William Brownl O. William Brownl
And here jou ret at last," she said,
"With this lone htone above your head.
And forty miles from any townl
I will plant cvprc trees. I will.
And 1 whl build u fenco aiound.
And I will fertlllzo tho ground
With tears enough to turn n mill."
She went and got a hire! mnn.
She brought him forty miles from town,
And In tho tall grass squatted ilo.ui
And bado him build as she should plan.
Jint sai ago cow-boys with their bands
They saw, and hurriedly they ran
And told a benrded cattle mnn
JJomebody bullded on his lands,
(lie took bis rifle from tho rack,
1 Ho girt himself In battle pelt.
Ho stuck two pistols In bis liMt
.And, mounting on bis horse's back,
lie plunged ahead. But when they shewed
A wornnn fair, about his eves
Ho tulled his hat, and ho llkcwiso
PulIe3 at his beard and chewed and chowod.
(At Inst bo gat him down and spake:
"O, lady dear, what do j ou hero"
"1 build a tomb unto my dear,
,1 plant sweet flowers for Lis sako."
jTno bearded man threw his two bunds
1 Abov e his bead, then brought them dowa
And cried, "Ob, I am William Brown,
And this Is tho coruer-stoiio of my lands t"
Her specs fell off. her head fell back.
Just like somo lifted tea-pot lid;
She screamed, this Rncleut maiden did,
And, fainting, spilt herself, in fact,
Klght in the beard of William Brown,
Then all tho Indians wero amazed;
Thcy-tr-micnt this germo intitdeu oriuad,
And circling round they squatted down.
But William was n gentle man;
Ho bado two Indians call tho priest,
Ho bado two moro prepaio a feast,
Then led ber, blushing, by the hand
X.lko somo sweot maiden In sweet May
He wa9 so good, he was so true.
He did not know what elsoto do.
But led her round and round all day.
At last tbn priest, on spotted maro
Who galloped forty miles or moro.
Ho found them in the grasses soro
And married the m tight thin nnd there
Thin all thocow-bojs thev canto down
And feasted ai tho nU'ht advanced,
.And all th' diggors drink nnd danced,
And cilod. "Big liijin, William Biownl"
P r'icn'ir as to His Oomuanj.
fa. neirlv two hours In the busies;
itrt f no il.iv horso ctr triivul vv.is ilo
la 1 J mi ,t U't ongo s rout by s mule.
It v. s 1 ut si kicking mulo, nor n b.ilk
mir iiiulo. It was u mulo in a holu
lliu usiml tiim.ini'c, a jra compiny
vas laxiij; jiipei aliin Li Sillo utruat,
mul nt MiiiliMin stioul at noon was a
I olo ten feet deep and six or flight feet
lon b.'ti'cn thueir tr.iuks. Into ttiU
Imiih ono of iwo miilus nUaclii'il lu a
w:i'rm llmiiuleruil ululo dm Uum ai
jnssitijr ulonif. Tho only di'.-fjer in th
nii'iiiiiu :is an Irishninu wh's was it
aii'Iu tunnel iwderhini; ihecirtr.icks
VVIiimi lliu niinu foil In it stiiit-K witmn
two feet of the son of Krln. nnd oh Hir
ed the lijrnt of da so cUeitu illy th it
t occupant was utiablii to dUi'mn of I
w t phut icier lliu intrusion was. bm '
an nenl Ihuie was no -uiiml. until
t'i r thri'ij other illsjsrur-t ynthur d
id, mid onu called out: "I sav
lit . -ir.' 10 tun tr"
"-No," c hid lliu auswor; "sorri a I n
ni 1 huu, hut. what is tne nritler wi
l'0 I l'lll?"
"Adilj bistoava mulq Ins failed
ncaoria. thin, tako him or till I git
out av this, for I ain't a bn p.trshui vW
uiiiln. Lhuago lima.
A Lyer'a Qr'at Fesa.
A London cot respondent pushed his
wav through Pump court to theofllcoo
ludnh P. Benjamin in tho middle tem
pie, London, and subjected tho con fed
eraoy's ux-secrutary of slate to an inter
view. "You see, "s ud the solf-oxpatri-atcd
southerner, "I nmnott turned 73,
and. from tho timo I was 10 jears old,
my lifo has been ono of unbroken toil,
At collego I was studious, in tno law I
was diligent, and, in polit'es ambitious.
When tho end came in America I found
myself penniless ami in London. It was
then I resolved to mako for myself a
fortiino such as would enable "ran to
spend the last year of my lifo In c irry
Ingout some aspirations 1 hivo enter
tained in tho way of writing a law book
nspirations formed, I may say, since
my voty boyhood, and in achieving that
competency I havo succeeded beyoud
my wildest hopes."
"Did you find it a hard struggle?"
"No, I can not say that I did. I seem
ctl to drift easily enough into practice.
Mine, however, was a different experi
ence than falls to tho lot of tho joung
English biirister. I was almost 50
years of igo, brought tomy efforts horo
tho ripe experience of thirty t oars of
active lifo. The causo with which 1 had
been indentured in the States was, in a
certain circle at least, popular horo, and
tho result for mo was very hopeful."
"Do I understand by that, Mr. Bonja
min. that) 011 entered upon a lucrative
"My best answer "to that question is
to show) oil tho summary oi my fee-
book, made up year by year since lt$67.5
So saying, be openeif a largo eanvas
eovored book which lay on his desk,
and indicated with his fingers a table
af figures. The glanco that 1 took of it
showed me: "1867 fees, 405; 1882 fees.
"I suppose," said I, "that this is your
private ruomoranda, and von might not
bo pleased to havo it go abioad."
"Oh, I don't know why that should
bo," he replied. "I took them from
tho people for services rendered. I have
no objection. You can copy them."
It is needless to say that I at once
availed myself of this opportunity, and
secured a copy, which I reproduce below:
1867 05 1J 8 1878 13,813 9 4
I80S 703 0 0 1877 14,711 8 7
18J9 1,074 7 1378 15.74J 8 fl
1870 1,480 3 0 1878 14.6.U 6 2
1871 2,100 17 0 1XX0 15,071 4 10
IS7-' M3 t 4 IS81 14,603 8 13
1873 8,034 3 1 1S8J 12,780 13 8
1874 9,811 111
1975 11.J1U 0 6 Total. ..143,810 18 3
In dollars, 91,014.78.
When I had finished taking the copy
he said: "I fancy few, if any, members
tt the English bar could show suoh a
. m i m
OH The Monster.
Two New Oilcans gentlemen thi
jther day viero hunting in a bajou,
when they saw in tho reeds a moustet
thirty feet long, breadth three feet, back
roue h, with mottled, horny barbs, six to
ten inches long, proboscis and eves like
an 'illigator; a few feet from the eyoi
wero immense wing-like tins. They
concluded to fire. At first tire waters
of bayou lashed from bank to bank,
grentVaves shook reeds. Monster rear
ed huge, repulsive head six feet above
water, red glittering eyes glared fieice-
ly. iNlun summoned nerve to tire sec
ond barrel at cavernous throat, from
which flushed long, slender tongue.
Monster again subsided, huge back
oased through water with incredl
ble swiftness and disappeared with muf
fled roar. Continued to fire into reeds
or a long while; monster wouldn't re
&;!(. tr and party departed. One thinks
tougue of monster forked, but not sure.
7 -UT careful man in his statement
Oov' want to exaggerate.
l"0trioity not a Form of Magietism.
Professor Hughes has recently art
ijtnced views about magnetism which
'f accepted, will largely modifj the po
sition which science assigns to this
property. He asserts that where thete
is no appaitMit magnetism, or the mag
netism is neutral, there is not as hid
beon supposed, an inditlerent turning
of the molecules in all directions, witn
consentient balancing of influence, but.
on the' contrary, there is a perfect s ra
metrical arrangement, the molecule
(or their polarities) arranging them
selves so as to satisfy their mutual at
traction by tne shortest path, and thus
form a completo closed circuit of attrac
tion. When magnetism becomes evi
dent, the molecules (or their polarities)
have all rotated symmetrically in a
given direction, but the symmetry- of
uirnngcment is such that the circles 0
attraction are not completed except
through an external armaturo joiniug
both poles. Again, ho shows that we
have permanent magnetism when the
molecular rigidity retains the molecules
or their polaiities, in a given direction,
and transient magnetism whenever the
raoliuulos are comparatively freo. Pro
fessor Hughes also shows" that tho in
herent polarity or magnetism of each
moleoulo is, like giavity, a constant
quantity which can neither be generated
nor augmented nor diminished nor de
stroyed. Neither can magnetism bo
changed to any other form of f 01 co or
property of matter. It must be, there
fore, dissociated from electricity, as
ecrtainly as gravitation must be ilisso
elated from heat a.nd light. Electricitj
may bo cenerated by magnetism justa'
light and hea'(as is the case of the sun)
niy be generated by gravitation; but
electricity is not a form of inagnotisre
my more than neat or iig it is a formci
ravity Con'iinpnra 1 Rcviw.
Cariyio ani Em arson as Latter Writs a.
Tbe line touch in Emerson's letters,
as in 111s other writings, is always the
spiritual touch. For tho rest, felicitous
as they arc, for the most part thev uf
ler a little by comparison with Carlyle's;
thoy are less natural, more composed,
have too studied a quaintness. It wi
his practice", apparently, to make two
drafts of theso communications The
violeutcolor. the large, avalnnch' move
ment of Carlvlo's st le as if a mass of
earth and rock and vegetation had do- '
tached itself and came bouncing and
bumping forward make tho efforts of
his correspondent appear a little pale
and still. There is always something'
ninh and pure in Emerson's speech how- !
ever, and It has ofton a perfect propn- I
oty seeming, in answer to Carlylo's ex
travagances, the note of reason and jus
tice, "faun ami love are apt to dj
spasmodic in the best minds. Men live
on the brink of mysteries and harmon
ies Into which they never enter, nnd
with tl eir hand on the door-latub they
die outside. "'-iiiiie Century.
A Concatenated Nurrati7e.
Caekston, who wanted to sell his farm
was approached by a man who wauled
"How's health down thereP"
"Health isgood," exclaimedCackston
"I ten you what's a fact: Some time
ago an old man who had been shaking
for ) ears with palsy came to ray house,
stayed a week and hasn't shook none
"Is your family well?"
"Splendid health, sir."
Next d..y the man again approached
Caekston and said: "You have misrep
resented your place to me and I am go
ing to whalo you right here."
"I mado no misrepresentation," he
"1 asked )ou how health was down
"And I said that health was good.
Now, sir, health is good. Everybody
wants health aud it's good wherever
you find It."
"You said that an old man who had
"1 said that an old man who had pal
sy camo to my house and hadn't shook
none since Ho died."
"You said that ) our family was well.
I found that your family are .Ml sick."
"My family is well. Tbem people
living in that house is not my family;
my folks live in town."
"Iought to whale you," said the man,
"for I know you have lied somehow.
I'll see you agaiu in a day or two, and
if by ;hat timo I have found tho town
ship, section aud rango of the lie you
have told, look out." Arkantat ZYap
The Many Things into Which Papat h
A tall man, with sb irp features and
thoughtful air, s it in a small study and
gazed gravely nt a brown object tha
lav nt his f ccU
Tho ropoiter raised It with somo diffi
culty. It was of very closo fiber, am'
to highly polished that it resembles iosp
wood. Its inventor tapped it with his
nail, nnd said:
"It doesn't look much like paper,
"It seems moro like iron. Is it possi
ble it is made of paper?"
"Oh, yes; almost anything cin now
bo mado of piper. A papct ball can be
rendered so solid that nothing will iv
dont it but a diamond tool. Car-tvlieoli
are now made of papor. Its strength is
astonishing. You can suspend 83!) lbs.
from a Bank of England note and it will
not part. Bath-tubs, pots, plates,
knives, forks, sooking stoves, printing
presses, steam engines and chirunoyi
are mado of piper nowadays, and there
Is absolutely no limit to tho uses tc
which it may be put."
"Hivo paper cross-ties ever been
"Not yet Tho cross-tie is my mven
"How did you happen to think of it?"
"Well, I didn't happen to think uf it
exactly. I started out deliberately to
invent a substitute for the woodeu cros
tio or sleeper, and I kept steadily at it
nntii I was successful. I thought of pa
per. Thero iio scores of mills in the
country where paper, straw, prairie
grass, and other fibrous subsumes an
convortel into straw bonds. Tno pio
cess is fimplo. The straw is reduced to
a pulp and uin out into bo irds. Tneso
straw boards nio sold all oer the coun
try as substitutes for wood. Mv inven
tion utilizes straw boaid. The cross-tie
, constructed of sheets or lajeis ot pa
per or straw boa.d, hud one upon an-
other, cemented and compiessed into
molds. It m ikes a perfect cios tie. Jl
Is practieallv wati'r and lire pi oof, as it
is mauufaciuie.l under 500 dcgiec oi
heat. Atmospheric changes havo nopt
feet on it. It can bo m ule 11s cheap a
wood at tho present time, and will la-i
atlctt ,weutv-livo j can," N,v To
Major Edwards, tho fat editor of tho
Faigo (D. T.) Anus. is believed to be
the biggest man in the newspaper bus
iness in the United St tes. Ho is said
to tip the beam at 840 pounds.
Upto dnte, nine authors of the ex
pression of "paint the town red" have
appeared, and when the search is pros
ecuted further, an it will be, several
moro will probably be discovered.
So plentiful and cheap is natural gas
in Pittsburg that it is being used exten
sively in place of coal. All it costs is
tho boring of a well and tho pipe in
which to comoy it to the place of use.
If the supply should prove permanent,
it will dno coal out of tho maiket.
1 ho investigation into the practical
utility of the natural gas of Western
Pennsylvania is being, pushed int rat
ions branches of industry with piomis
ing results. The io-enbir- fuitiNn a
steady nnd reliable supply of gas, which
is useful for light, and 111 quantities set -viceablo
for manufactiiiing fuel. It
has just been discoered that it make
a perfect glass for lenses and can bo
successfully used in annealing gla-s.
Recently a curious incident happened
fo tho Belgian lion which surmounts
tho Prussian mound on the battlo field
of Wateiloo. Somo Ficuch soldiers
wero passing thrie, and, naturally feel
ing indignant at tho monument com
memorating their nation's defeat, they
onded the mound and hacked off tho
tail of tho lion with their swords. Of
course, tho French Foreign Minister
had to apologis-o for tho act, but, all
the same, tho English Government
had to buy Mr. Lion t new tail and
screw it on.
Tho Brazilian exp ,sses half his ideas
by means of a hiss. If ho wishes to
call the attention of a waiter he docs
It with a hiss; if he finds it necessary
to ctirso the lagging gait of his mulo,
it is a hiss that corners tho impreca
tion. The sibilant sound is sottcned
somewhat 111 its utterance by tho lips.
and it is remarkablo how far it may be
transmitted thiough a din. It requires
less expenditure ot vitality to utter a
hiss than an niticulate word, and in
Brazil a saving of vitality, however
small, is not despised.
Here is a description of a Nebraska
gin: "A ueautiiui cowgirl lives near
Markol, Tax lor Couutv, Neb. She
owns some slock, which'she peisonally
looks after. Ataiccent loundup her
dazzling beauty and gtaceful horse
manship were woiiileiful to behold. A
) eat ling broke from the held, which
three cowbots tailed to couline. when
the beautilul gnl dashed out alter it,
roping on the second circle, and pulled
it by the horn of her saddle info the
herd. T.10 boys shouted, wept, and
net or tensed to lote."
ik-us will ,'i Hum tiireu 10 sete
miles 111 seiiuu of honev, but it is be
lieved Hi it tvnen they fiare to go over
twr miles t ley bnng back but a little
King Alfonso, of Spaiii. wants all tho
nations to take pait in tho gland cele
biation in Sp iinof tho Columbi in div
corery of Amer.ci, and not to hold the
celebration in Italy or Americ 1.
The person referred tu in Luigh
Hunt's "Jenny Kissed Mo U'lien Wo
Met" was .Mrs. J.nieWelsh C.-rltle. No
wonderMis.Cailtleilisliked Mis'. H.tnt, 1
anil no wonder tint Tnomas found Mr.
Hunt sometimes tiresome.
The Toronto Globe s.t vhit tho man
ufacturers of Cantda bate reached the
stage of ovcr-ptoduetion. They aio al
ready capable of producing moio boots
and shoes, woolens and uittous than can
be marketed in Canada.
Mrs. P.irlon, tho well-known lecturer
on culinaiy science, was chief cook of
the St. James Hotel, Jf.cksonville, Flop.
Ida, ten years ago, aud afterward be
came n teacher in the pub.'ic schools 0
A piano firm in Ilctlin has boucht tho
oaken piles which have just been taken
out of tho Kliioe at Mat enco, and w liich
snm iir uu lliu uulmuhi UlU'tcrs OI
which Julius Caisar coa-
an aid-dc-carap to tho Duke of Well
ington had, at tho peace preceding
the escape of Napoleon from Elba,
gone to Torquay for tho benefit of his
health, being in an advanced stago of
tonsumption. On hearing that Bona
parte a us again at Palis, tho captain
sent tor his medical attendant, and
asked him how long, with c ire, he
might hope to live. "With cate, sev
eral months," replied tho doctor. "Sev
eral mouths only," said tho poor in
valid; "then I may as weli die in bat
tle as in m bed," He joined his rogU
mont, fought gallantly a"t Waterloo, le
ech cd a wound that took away ail the
diseased p.ut of his lungs, and lived
manv cm$ lonirei.
Not long since a New Hampshire
committeeman was examining an in
fant-scliool class. "Can any little girl
or boy gio tho dolinition of tho won'
'average'?" ho asked. For somo timo
no ono teplied, but finally a little girl
hesitatingly lephcd: "It is a thing a
hen lays an egg on, sir." "No, that's
not right." "Yes, sir, my book says
so;" and sho trotted up to'her question
er and pointed to this sentence in her
icadinif-book: "A hen la) s an egg ev
ery day on an aiage." Every Other
Tho newest c.uivasar gees frcm
toiiso to house when wit es are at homo
and husbands away. Ho explains how
readily, .secicliy, nud for slight leasons,
ditcrces may be obtained; and he de
paits saying he will take tho liberty ot
calling again in a week. Ho is an agent
for a divorce lawyer. Discontented
wives, cither with or without good
.caiiso for divoicc, thus havo tho means
biouht to them; and, when it is add
ed that pay is taken on tho installment
plan, tho attractiteness of tho scheme
uiiat be acknowledged.
Fashion In the Wilderness.
During my residence there, says the
"Autobiography of Thurlow Weed,"
Mr. Wattles ami fiintly moved into the
neighborhood. He came, I think, from
what was then called tho "Triangle,"
Bomewhcro in Cheinngo County, and
was a sub-land aent. Thoy were, for
that region, rather stylish people, and
became, the subjects of 1 good deal of
retnirk; one thing that excited especial
indignation was, that persons going to
the botiso weto asked to clean tneir
shoes at the door, a scraper having been
placed theie for that purpose.
A maiden lady (Miss Thoodosia Wat
tles) tendered lieiself especially obnox
ious to the spinster neighbors by "dress
ing up" week diy afternoons. They
all ngrced in siting she was "a proud,
Ituekup thing,'f as in those days "go-to-meeting
clothes" were resorted for
FaECinUed bj Clunt Powder,
A shocking tragedy recently occurred
in the JahiLs Ititer, about twelve mi 03
westof Ozirk Mo. Jas. Haves and two
other men went to tho river for the pur
pose of killing fish with giant powder.
(1 ttes propaiod the chirge which was
10 bo tluown into the water, having a
lalf slick of explosive substance in his
u Hid, with astiing of fuse inserted in
'.he end iu the iisinl war. Wl on hogot
teadt to light the fuse the ntherttvo men
vithdiew to a sifo distance from the
valer and Hues ippliid the m itcii. In
stead of throwing tho powder into the
tiver at once, U a, es continued to hold
jt until his fiiciuls bee line ulainied and
alled to him to pitch it into the water.
Again they begged him to threw tha
powder aw.it, but he seemed par. lyed
with somo stiai e fieik of mind, ind
nnly grasped tl.o deidly explosive moie
firmly. Finally lie scored to lealize his
danger and tried to cut the burning fue
with his pocket knife. In a sccon 1 or
two tho pott del exploded iu his hand
tt lth a de ifening shock mil tho unfortun
ate man fell tot n aud mingled beyond
i3ictiotion. Missouri llevublicun.
How Thoy Got tho Pie.
When Cal. Thomas and Jerry Kier
itcd were little hoys hire in Cincinnati
they ran a war IrMtii school 0110 day i
?o to a circus that was showing oer in
Covington. They had money i-noii ;h
to get into the show, but ill thot had
left to get any refreshments, with wa
fite cents that bolongcd to Cal. Like
all boys, they had good appetites, and
thoy "cauied them right along with
them. Before the ciicus was over they
wero both ravenously hungry, for thoy
had skipped away without going to din
ner. In place ot a candy and lemonade
Kami, as we seo nowadays theie was a
lace whoie pius were sold. But pies
vero bringing ten dents in tho m uket,
audit would tako a whole one to go
around in a crowd of two such hungry
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Notice to Creditors-
(Estate of Antoinu Martinis, deceased.)
No'ice is hereby given bt ihe urd'rsigiieU
nd-ninistrator of tin' estate 1 f Anloine M uiliu-,
deceased to the creditors of nn I all persons hn
ing c'aiins apainst thj said c'ceised to exuiLit
them twth the necessary touilcrs uihm ten
months nfter the first publics in n of this rotice
to the said adinimsir itoi, at Marnral, Moore &
Co 's store, on Allen stieit. Tombstone. Arizona
territory, the same beinf the p'ace for the trans
action of tne business of said estate.
Administrator of the estate of AiitoL.e Manhus,
P f ROYAL KSiMjJ
APPLICA1 IONS FOR PATENTS.
First publ cition August 13, 1887.
II'I'I.1CIIW Kl!t r. s. 1MTKNT M. 4X8.
Villi rof tp)illr.illoii of Hie Copper Queen
(miKolliliileil tlinliit: ' IUIIHU3 fur
a I'. St fill en I fur (lie i: Hi- Isle
Uniti dStVti s LtND On'ici. 1
TuCiOV Ariz., Au. 6, A. D 1887. J
Nonce la here'iy pten tint the Coppir
Q teen Consul dited Mining Company, by II 11
William j, lis agent, hoc post olfice nddres li
tombstone, Ar.zni, has filed us application
111 tins efnee fir a pat -at to 1473 5 lineir feet of
the Belle Isle i-in, lode or 11 itienl deposit,
bearing gold, silt er conper or other minerals,
null surface jjrountl 578 5 feet in width, Ij n
and being situated within the Warren Mining
U strict, in thj County of Cochise, e-ruory of
Anzoni And the said Company I itssud
agent being alout to make applicmon through
tl is office to the United Mates for a patent to
SJid mining claim, which claim is more fully and
partcularl. described as to nieles and bounds,
by ihe pi it and h Id n tes nf the ollicm survey
thereof now on file i the ofhec ot the Register
of the U. h land ofilce at Tucson, in the Ter
ritory of Arizona, winch Held notes of sutvey
descri e the boundaries and extent of -aid claim
on the suriace with magnetic tanation at 12
14' east as tollows, to-wit:
Communing at the in'tial monument
situated at the West-end center of claim
at a post 4x4 inches, fite leet long, set in a
monument of stones, post marked I M, Belle
We M C No. 1 ; thence N. 6" 46' 278 5
feet to ? post Set in monument oi stones, mark
ed B. I. M. C. No. 3. thence N. 8j 09' K.
1435 s feet to a stake set in a monument of
stones, stale marked B. I. M. C. No. 3; thence
S. 1 4 29' 300 feet to a suke set in a monu
ment of stones and maiked B, I. M. C No. 4;
same course 153 feet to a stake set 'n a monu
ment of stones, stake iirarktd I! I. M. C. No. 5;
thence b 77 09' W. 1462 feet to a stake set 111
a monument of stones, and m irked B I. II. C.
No. 6, thence N. 14 29' W. 100 feet to a slake
being I. M B I M. C. No. 1 the place of
b'Kinnmg containing an area of 17.22 acres
aud mining claim bang also of record in the
ofneeof the County Recorder of the County of
Cochise in the Territory of Ariz ma. The prr
sumed general course cr direction of tne said
11 lie Is'c vein, lode ormin-ral deposit b mg
snown, as near as can be determined lrom
pres nt devel ipments, upon the official plu
hied with the Register of th- laud ofhee afore
s id, and Ins ilaun bci' g lor 1473.5 lineir teet
the e f, together with tne suraee giound as
sli wn up-in aid pi it; ihi- aid Vein, lode and
11 ini g cl mi h riby s ugh' at d intended to be
piu nt d bring boand-1 is follow, t ,-wit: On
the north by t e Atlanta vi . C. (lot 49 J o 1 the
ta,l b the riaMer I. C. (I t 5'), on ihe south
by th j 1 .-sis de and Copper Crown mm ng
cliiius, and on t e west by '.lie Copper Globe
aid Hi-ndruks mining cliiins; tin, cl.im is
distgnaied on s ud plat ts bt iNo 59 indurvey
Any and all persons claiming adverse y the
mining giound, vein, lode or pr mie, or any
pirtunth ie f.sidcsc b-d suneyed, pi Hid
and p lent upn l-d for, aie hereby no lfi d il at
ui'Ssth iradte se ilaimsare liltdac ording tu
hi ttuh tin Ki itistet uf tbe U. :. Land mi ce
at Tucson in the I erntory of Anzon 1, during
th ii) da: pilmcation of this notice ihey
will c oiever barrea from ass rting ny such
And I hmbord-r that this notceb-pub-hsheifor
a pniol 01 sixty iayt in the Tomb
ston; Ueekly l.pinps, a lewspaper ubhhed
it I ombsu.ne, m the County of Cochise and
IVri itory of Arizona.
A D. DUFF, Rrgster.
Hrst publication August 6, 1887.J
iri'IICVTIilN IOK f. S. IMTKNT ,o 4tC.
vmiri- (if Aprlli'iUlim of lull les W. Leach
Turn Cl. I'.ltirt ti.r llir I iixi Vlinncc
tu. '.' lllniiiu 1 Intnl.
Unithi static Land Otfice, )
TuccO"J, Aiz., u'y 23, 1887. )
Notice is rcieby guen that Charles W.
I.eacn, whose j ost olfice lddress is Toiibotoae,
Anzona, has filrd his applhuuon for apalenv
o ihrre hurdrrdand lift) -nine hr ear teet of the
Lt Chinee No 2 minmt claim vein, lode or
mineral oeposit beinng silvtr and go'd, with
suitace ground three bundled and ninet)-five
in J eigh -ti mhs fe t in wid h, lying and being
in the rotubstore Mining District, in the county
of Ccliss and territory of Arizona, and that
Slid Leach is about to nnkeapphcition to the
United Matis for a -a'tnt for said miningc aim,
which claim is rion. fully described as 10 metes
and bounds by the cfiicnl plat and sunty
thereiif now on file in the office of the Register
of the U. S land office at Iucson, in the tern
tory of Arizona, which field notes of survey
defer be the boundarits and extent of said
claim on tho surface, with magnetic variation, at
1 1 43' h, a fol ows to wit; .
' ominencing nt the initial monument, a four
inch post in a m mument of stones, post mirke 1
I M. Last Chat ce fso 2 M. C. No. t, from
which U. S M M. No. 1 bears S. o2o'W.
1572 feet distant; corner of sections 1 and 1 N.
boandary I. 20 S. R. 22 east b.ars N. 7" 55' E.
9 286 feet distant; thence N. 33 42' W. 293.
ii ct to a 4-inch post in irke 1 L. C. No. s M. C.
o, 2, thence N 43' 06' E 359 feet 10 a -inch
post in a monument of stoni s post market L
C. No 2 M, C. No. 3; thence S. 33' 42' 283
feet to at iron pin, from which 4-inch post in
monument of stones, marked L. C No 2 M.
C. No 4, bears S 41 30' W. 6 feet distant on
the somh line of Sulphuret M C; thence S 28
20' 141 feet to a 4-inch post marked I . C. No 2
M. C. No, s; thence south 4; 13' W. 341 feet
to a 4-inch post marked L C. No. 2 M, C. No
6; thence N. 330 42' V. 100 feet to post No. 1
the place of beginning containing an area of
3 24 acres. Said mining claim is also recorded
in the office of the County Recorder of Cochise
county, 111 the territory of Antona. The pre
sumed general course and direction of the said
mining claim, vein, lode or mineral deposit be
ing shown, as near as can be dctcrm ned from
the present developments, upon the plat filed
with the Register of the land office at Tuisonas
aforesaid This claim is for 391; linear feet
thereof, together with ihe surface ground shown
up in said plat, the vein, ludeand mining prem
ises htrebj sought to be pi enled being bound
ed by abuttals as fellows to wit: south by the
Henld 1. C, west by the Bo.s M. C, north by
Sulphunt M C, and east by the Mayflower M.
C aid Last f ha ce No 2 M. C. being des
ignate d in said pi t as lot No. 191 and survey
Anyardall pirons claiming adversely the
min'rgN 1 round, Vein, lode, premi es or ary
porti n theieof. so described, uit'yfd, plaited
andappied for, are hereby nntitud fat unless
tl eir adcre claims are duly nied with the Reg-i-tirof
tie U land office t Tucson, in the
territory of Arizona, during the nxty days' pub
licaiion of this louce, they will b" lor ver
birred from asserting i,ny sm h ader e cl-ini
And 1 herely ordrr that the fop grim notice
b published lor ten weens in ihe Tombstone
Kp taph, .1 weekly ne'pper pubisled at
Tcmbstcne, in the countv ot od lse and terri
toij of Arizona A. D. DUFF, Register.
Notice of Homestead Proof.
(Homcstfad Application No 1573 )
UnitfdStatfs Land Ofhcf, )
Tucson, Ariz., July 29, 1887. J
Nonce is Icrehy given that the following
nantd seitltrhas hied notice of 1 er intention
to make finil proof 111 support of h.-r claim, and
tint slid proof Willie nitie before Ihe Register
and Receiver of the U. S. lard office at Tucson
Ari(ona, on the 15th day of September, 1R87,
vz Mary Kmnear, of Pinttno, Arizona tern
trry, for 'he sou'heist quarter of the northwest
quarti r, ?nd northeast quarter, southwest quar
tt r and north hal southeast quarter, all in sec-
ti 111 ti T. 18 S , K. 181' , G la and Salt River
n eridipn She names th following v itneses to
prove 1 er continuous ltsdence upon and c 1U1
qa ion of s id lard, viz: II. W Gtrwein and T.
B Robinson, 01 Benson, Lothise count), A T.;
and M. McAH ster and Kirk 1 p y, of Pantano,
Pima county, A. T.
A. D. DUFF, Register,
The undertaking business heretofore carried
on in this city hi Jos. Pascholy A: 1.0 , has been
tins day dissolved by mutual consent, Joseph
rMscholy retiring a'd A. J. Ritter remaining.
All bills due Jos PascholyS. Co. will be paid to,
and all debts contneted by Jos. Pascholy & Co.
will be paid by. Jos. Pascholy.
A J, Rittlr.
Datii Tombi.ons, J una aS, 1687.
(Declaratory Statement No 1699 )
U.Nm.DSrvrcs Land Oinct, )
Tucson-, Arizona, July 9, 1887.
Notice is hereby g en that the following
named settler lias ft cil noti. e of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that sa d proof will Iw nude before the Clrk of
the United Males District Court at Tomb'lone,
Arizona, rn,the3rddn ol September, 1887,
viz Joseph Taskei, of Cochise cc unty, A T.,
for the southeast quarter of seen on" 7, T. 20
S R. 26 E. G11 1 and h ill River meridian He
names the follow ng wanes es to prove his con
tinuous residence upoi. and culmalion of, said
land tiz: W. G. Sanderson, J. W. Tcdson,
Jas. O. Stanford, C.A. Oicrlock, all of Tomb
stone, A. T.
A. D Duff, Register.
(Declaratory Statement No. 1904. )
Unitld States Land Ofi ice, 1
Tucson, Arizona, July 9, 18S7. (
Notice is hereby given that the following
named s-ttler hasnled notice of hi, intention to
make final proot in support uf his claim, and
that said proot will be made be'orc the Clerk of
the United Mates District C urt at Tombstone,
Arizona, on the 3rd day Sjptember, i8d7, viz.
John Wilson Tedson, 01 Cochi.e county, A. T.,
Tor the SEJ 01 section ip, T. 20SR 26 E
Gila and Salt River meridian. He names the
following witnesses to prove his continuous resi
dence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz:
W. G. Sanderson, Jos. Tasker. Jas O. Stan
ford, C A Overlook, ail of Tombstone, A. T.
A. D. Dun , Register.
(Declaratory Statement No 171 1.)
United States Land Office, 1
Tucsov, Arizona, July 9. 1387. )
Notice is heieby given that the folio mg
named settler has hied notic. of his intention
to make final proof in support of hi claim, and
that said proot will be made belore Geo. II .
iiailey, Clerk of the District Court at Tomb
stone, Arizona on the 25th day of August, 1887,
viz- James O Stanfo d, of Tombstone, A T.,
for ihe socthwest quarter of section nine, T. 21,
S. R. 26 eist Gila and Salt Ritcr meridian.
He names die following witnessei to prive
hi continuous residence upon, md cultivation
of said land, viz: J as. Tasker, John Wilson
Tcdson, F. A Abbott, W. A. Fuller, all of
Tombstone, A. T.
A. D. Duff, Register.
Notice of Forfeiture.
To Daniel O'Toole, Frank Donnelly,
R.J Piyke, .G. Parkeaud all nthersinterested.
You are 1 ereby notified that ti e undersigned
has expended dunng the yenrs 1884 and 1886
one hundred dollars wonh of work in the per
formance of the annual labor upon the Sea
Suige mine, suuatcd in th- Tomb tone Mining
aisinci, tocnise county, territory 01 Arizona,
inord r to hold the sim- a required by Section
2324 of the Revised Statutes rf the United
Stales, and vou are funh r notified that the
mjrey so expended upon said SeaSurge mine is f
uiicio uic uiiiii:isiiicu, uiiu 11 yuu uryuur ueirs
oriiSsigns fail or refuse in contnoute your pro
portion of the sum so expended within ninety
days .after the publication of this notice, will
become the property of the undersigned.
Dated Tombstone, June 20th, 1887,
In the Justice's Court of Township No 1,
County ol C chi-e, T erruory of Arizona
J.J. McClelland, plaintiff vs R. H. Archer
and K. J. Pryke, copartners as Archer & Pryke,
Complaint filed n the office of the undersign
ed Justice of the Peace in siid conmy of Cochise
and Summons i-saed tlierco 1 thla day and date.
In the name ol the Territory of Arizona the
Territory ol Arizona to R. 11, Archer and R, I,
Pryke, copattners as ArcheJ ie Pryke, defend
ants: You, and each of you, are hereby summoned
and required to appear nnd answer th" com
plaint of plaintiff s at my office in the City of
Tombstone, Cochise county, Anxora, Within
fite days. Should this summons beserted upon
you witbin this prec net; if served upon you
without this precinct but wuhin this county, ten
days, if s-rvedoutof thiicourty, '.ittnn fifteen
days, (excluding tne d ly of service), trom the
g ly this summons is ser ed upon you. This ac
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foi the sum of $101 onupoa a promissory note
and $33-50 inu rests thereon and for costs ot
suit; and you are hereby notified that shonld yoi
fail to appear and anst-er s ldcomplunt vvuhn
the time stated, the said plum iff will apply to the
court tor sild judgment against you for said
sums and all costs
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