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-TOMBSTOlp) EPITAPH : .TOM33STOKE, ARIZONA, SATURDAYfKOVEMBEB 5, 1887.
f? WITH . THE8EA8QN3., . , 7
i t .
f t Well I know tne reasons ?L
Borrow shifts with seasons:
In the downward year I would fain be brave.
Tears these eyes remember
In tho mid November
Far, far away the rain Is on the grave.
Dark the clouds ore driven
Low about theevenj'""
Winter's wind a-moan. Fain would I be brar.
Fain to dumbly lylnjr
On this heart of sighing ,
Tar, far away the now Is on the grave.
Buds and blossoms, breaking
In the year's awaKmg;'
Make the Maytlmo sweet. Let me now be brave!
Something softens sorrow, ' "
" ' Tears It will not borrow'
For, far away tbo sun Is on the grate. ''
. A.W, BsUtvwJaWtroit free Press.
"Givo rny consent to your engagement
with Avthur DauntjCliUdJ. .Preposterous I
Why, neither of you have been long out of
"I nm 18, unci Arthur Is 23, grandrjapa."
"Twenty-two I1' contemptuously; "a
boyl No man should mnrrj; unU 0 la 80.
But ron away, dear, I'm ousy"
Tho "Couol;" as' tho villaBKrs called
Wm, sat at his tablo cntraged with "uu
paltl" omclal business. Ho dloped his pen
In tbo Ink, and the fair pleader felt herself
dismissed. " a
Soldier Col. Dormant's experiences
wero of tho barrack, tho camp, canton
mctits, years of servlco In India, a military
post l:i Loudon. It was n red letter day
tor lta when ho was apprised tby a Lon-;
dorVflrin of solicitors that by tho will of
hb godfather ho had succeeded to West
flckls. Tho intelligence came as a surprise
to 'hto 1)0 promlso had been given; no
hint! ever thrown 6uU :Ho had Uofc seen
7c3tfleMs- for -years,-be felt -that lie had-
ncjlcctetr the old sriulrc. 'i'no coionei was
not 10113 making up his mind. No more
routine, ho would rest; balmy country air
would bo. beneficial to tho cherub; he, only,
seemed "to llvo for. '
In a short twelvemonths the rural quie
tuilo of WcstlleWs beson to pa)L Ho had
notlunjc to do. Bunting, shooting, occu
pied only n portion of the year, and these
pursuits tired him. Some one had per
ceptionthere came tho suggestion. The
colonel humm'd. and hald. but ;it gjayej
tlm "pleasure. He1 had'bffliaud-careless-ncss
it.wns an., honor, ".certainly; 1 ,Yes,
ho would glvo soma portion of his time to
tho adminlstratronof -jastleei't- He be
camo Interested, zest followed. What
was worth doing, wa9-worth doing well.
Assiduous in attendance, he became as
woll-versed in petty sessional as Jnmlll
tarymatters. In ;the army1 be had been
considered a. martinet;. onJthenberAh, a
"stecrn" man was th6 verdict passed
A flue old man, tall and commanding,
straight as a dart, .though be had reached ,1
me auocieu span 01 uio. ms uair Buver,
his aspect 1 martial, .the. heavy .cropped
mustache" adding to the" severity of his
Tho colonel ceased writing. He 'be
carao abstracted. Ho laid down his pen
andmarched to the' window 'Ho looked
out, but It was doubtful whether ha'saw
anything. He was thinking: " "
Again tho demand. , It had come upon
him onco' before. He ..could not by
any stretch of cdmplalsancodeludo himself 1
Into ah'opiulon'taat the marriage 'had been
satisfactory. Tho husband, mightjjhaye
been better than ho was. Flighty, Ira
pulsivo, too fond of dubious relaxation,
tho young' husband had needed the.word
In season and had taken remonstrance ill.
Tbo colonel had almost relief when the
rogimont'was ordered for foreign service,'
though it placed the wide sea between
him and his darling'. Ho was' never to see
her ngtilu. Oceana true' child of the
foam, atom of lifo to be.foatered by aliens,,
to livo tlirongh buffetings, to' accept with-'
out murmur, and as if 'quite natural, the
passing from hand to hand, until,
orphaned, oho found herself under the
roof of u taciturn,--,but dotingirrnrjtr- 3
parent. How tho child became part of bis
bclns, until ho begari to apprehend the
wrench it'.would bo to part w(th her, and
to dread t!:o appearance of. tho wooer who
would cede todeprlvo him of. his treasure.
Tho colonel's soliloquy was almost au
dible. ''IIo shall not marry her. She can
aCord' to wait a year or two. Time wiUr
prove him, and she will be in a-better
position to judge. She shall sea a little
ruoro of tho world. Thcre'o bcr father's
kin. thev have expressed a wish to see
mors of her. They arc In tho world. If,
shocssJaaonjthem, sho will see some
fciiaj of society, bo presented."
It was what lto did riot lite, sendlnft her
amo:J3 t.ic:u. Ho had an uneasy jsalous
feelius, what1 if over her they wero to
e::ev::s3 come trabtlo influence, and her
undivided n2ectloa ho no longer liii. Uu
divided? Mutters could uot bo moro lrrit
tatluj than they were.
TIio colonel returned to hi3 tablo, took
up hi3 pen,' and,' niter a vicious' prod la tho
InU v.-e'.l, resumed his task.
A' tip, r.iul t'ao library door njain
cr:as:L? Oceana nain jircscntlns hcr-elf a
t'.io ccratc'.i of tho colonel's pcu became
"You tiro busy yet, grandpapa?" There
Tho inn was etayed. is
"Vhat.iait,OccanaJ' The colonel bid
down libpin to 'wh'ecl'ron'ndbis chair:
""Tkcrpost has just brought mon note
fro:n Arthur."- -.-.
"7clU" Tho tonowas not unjchul, but
Tincncouraslng."" "TKo colonel foresaw that
tho unwelcome argument was to be re
sumed. - ; ;-.
Thoypung girt 'advanced; approaching',
tho old man, alio sank on herknecs'beforo
11m. Thcro was appeal in her eyes im
"Grandpapa,, Arthur will bo here this
afternoon. Ho will wish to speak to you.
You will not be out of the wayj you will
recclvo him?" .
j "If70nwish.lt, certalnlyj" r-
"Grandpapa, ho wishes to ask your con
sent to our engagement our marriage."
'.'I can only say to him what I havo said
to yon." Too young, too young; Marriage
Is a serious matter, not to bo lightly un
dertaken. What safeguard Is1 thcrof. .He
may not have sown his wild oats"
"Ho may never begin to sow' them if he
Tho colonel almost frowned. He was
not in tho mood to be amused with
"I am glad you havo advised me; I
shall have time to ponder over my an
"But you will not refuse?"
"My dear, I must think for yotf. I
matt be guided by what I judge will be
best for your futuro welfare "- ,
Tl.u girl aroso from her knees, to stand
at th muntcl, to toy with a bronze Indian
Idol. Sho was wounded.
Tho old man's' eyes rested upon her
with on intensity of love and admiration.
Sho was beautiful her face was classio,
her arm was a model for a, sculp tor. No,
ho did not wish' to torture her; but to
part with her would llfe.'so desolate, so
solitary, bo wortli living? ,
"Ocy, la it that you are tired of living
witli an old muuf" . ...2
'CJo grandpapa," sho answered him,
jqnlc:;', with n tremulous lip and with an
curnr.".tnc th::t was almost reproach.
"Vhut li it then?" he asked has, ueed
rtr like ArtJulr,livetyiomch, she-tsl-
tered.6.a $S!fi" i S ,nf,"i'
VJ4keW-Sir Mi . : . . .
U love Arthur, grandpapa," her voice
firm, but her color rising.
" l "He has said that ho loves you, I snp-
'pose, and it Is sympathy. Here, he has
had everything his own way wun. never.a
rival. Possibly, if you were to go out (n
the world, it might make a difference;
you might And yourself less certain. I
think I have been to blame, leading a se
cluded life; It has been unfalrto you. I
oughttobareithoughVof thatM sm -
"I have been hippy; rl bwaMvere
slred ehapge.i?j t , i 3a tvt i 1-1 u ,u
7 Youhate desire aowlU -Ab,-1 -thought
I heard wheels." -Well, -I-wilt"" give the
matter my most serious consideration.
Why yes, it Is Hartshorn and a constable,
.vagrant between them."
If the colonel had any animus against
-any genus of man,. U was, the professional
tramp. Tho shittlessnomaa who- was
young and lusty had no excuse; there was
the queen to serve under the colors, a
man is fed, clothed and kept respectable.
Fourteen days; it ought to be fourteen,
veors with such a one. a severe punish-
.ment would have a deterrent effect on the
1 whole clan.
- A room that was bizarre in its
adornment served as "justice? room.V
Arms, barbarian weapons,', .imaps, hunt-
ing whips, tuning jroas' granny we
..walls, fishing tackle and garden-
king tools the corners. Stowed under
tho tables wero croquet-ana. iawnMnnis
boxes. Though tho room twaswell
ordered, a peculiar aroma greeted the nos
trils when the door was opened, suggest
ing dried botanical specimens and garden
seeds. Anything that .was required for
outdoor amusement or occupation was sup
posed to be flndable in! this room.' ((w!
I To it the colonel proceeded, leaving his
granddaughter standing on the library
'hearth, melancholy and dispirited. 3
Evidenco against what- ovideuco; could
thero bo for thoculprith-tThe colonel-wast
busily engaged writing out the commit
ment, when his pen suddenly stopped;
! thero was just a question ct fair piny.
self W-J kiwuJVt'J. yis 1 f
- Tbo vagrant's eyes dittered impudent
ly. Ho was not an ill looking fellow his
igray locks wero moist and in curl. He
looked a sea dog demoralized
"It'll not be much use me saving anv
thing." "Man, I am ready to listen to you," the
colonel returned, severely.
I Tho man's cyo did not quail; he met the
Sa a , ST1 $ '(.il
1'It's along tlraeVcolonel;sinceweweTe
1 "Cawnporel" echoed the colonel, with a
deep drawn breath. "Cawnporel'' he re
peated In a whisper,' and witti;a'aigbv ' His
agony blanched his cheek, and caused his
chin to tremble. "Wero you at Cawu
, pore?" he asked the tramp, steadying bis
"I said 'we,' " the tramp reminded hlmT
, "What mode you mention that word?"
1 l(I recognized you, the minute I saw
you, colonel" again a saints "but you
weren'-t colonel then-'.'; t-.4 r ,w :
.1 "What regiment?" the colonel asked
almost deferentially , v. , -nr t---,
"Tho brave Oiighty-sicond; -Havetyou'
The colonel understood the look; Ihe'
. turned to the Inspector:
, "Hartshorn, you ana your man will
step outside, and close the door, please."
Hartshorn compiled, feeling that a new
complexion had been put on the case, and
that most likely, his. quarry would 'escape
him. '"' -
t -When the door closed-thocoloneL rose
from his chair, tears were standing on his
checks. ,""- x ,
If you've got such a thing as a penknife,
eoloncl. I didn't want v the slops t,o see
where I keen my papers. Once they get
hold one.'s valuables, it Isnt ,acertainty ,
that yoa get 'em back (again. I have it
sewed up here.?' n . t .. tj I
("I'wlll tako your worn,'-v said- tho 1 col
"That ain't good enough, yonr honor.
You shall sco for yourself JthatI am not
humbugging yon. It's not the best, but
It's regular, such as it is." -
1 There was a snip, of -.threads, .and the'
precious, if dirty, document placed itf the'
colonel's trembling flnscrs. tThe .colonel
.was moro tbau satisfied; ho banded bsc. '
tho-pnper; his faco twitching.-" -" "'
"You saw that4.wel,ypui saw lot
bodies taken out?"w, j , '.'.. I
"Tho vermin nt the cannon's mouth,"
returned tho tramp, vengefully, his fisti
clenched and denunciative; ,, ,
i"My wife; my ddrlinglj Oh',- that I-had
sent her homo to hcrichlldr'j 4 (w
Tho colonel's hands were on the va
grant's sliouldcrs.r Ilo wentcverhlm; he
j (wept for himself. All the cruel past was
rovived, the grief and tho agony. All his"
life -his sorrow had 'been with' him self
reproach, that ho had shared with others
j Incredulity that thcro was smoldering
hato against tho Ferlnghce. 1
I It was craft, or ho was weary of being
1 sobbed over. The vagrant had a jerk of
bis head. '
"Won't that fellow be impatient,
-Tho colonel moved to the table, took up
tho. commitment and toro it into shreds;
then ho opened a door.
' "Step inside. 'You' will not mind being'
. In tho dark a few moments ?' l
Tho colonel- closed the door to open the
'other.-, tizr'i j .1.
' IHartshara, I cannot send this mnn to
bread and water. Ho has served under
the colors.' 'I' have seen -his discharge".
Ho ought not to .be.ln such straits. V t ,
1 -.Hartshornwa3puzzlec,..tuca..hls. eye
rested upon tho door. There-was another
way out, the colonel had let the, tramp go.
-"HoXan old band, your, worship. I'.vo
t had him before-r-when.I was stationed-at.
' Moortowu,!!: V s,Js v v
1 "I havor.torn.-iup -his commitment. If
'you apprehend tort' again i do not: bring
i him-tomer' I would oa readily sentence
1 my own flesh-ami blood.-" ' - .
If Hartshorn was .uotf.difflcuit,,.. He was
touched, the -colonel was agitated. v One
trump more or, less would make little dif
ference. It ho were wux to. the .colonel, it
would not bo to hfa disadvantage. ' The
force was vigilant, to .meet., a certain de
mand upon it. If he was sure of the like
1 favor and approval ho could relax.
"It lsn!t f or mo to question your deci
- sion, your worship."
The colonel held out his hand. "You're
1 a good .fellow, Hartshorn, but I've
always thought' it It shall not be to
your, disadvantage or discredit it.for onco
1 nro in es'capes his deserts."
1 The colonel rang, .Hartshorn and his
"What havo you done with yonr pris-oner?"-the;
butler- asked, mystified, sur
prised to see both policemen,
! VThe colonel's let him go.' . K "
MLet -hinngo? phew,- wopders will
never cease I' , But' I haven't seen the man
$ass my pantry window. , What, can bo
the reason; die's so dead -upon a tramp?"
"An old soldier"- - " I
born laughed. "An old band," he said;
"I've seen him before.';'"- '"
"Yon don't think the colonel's done?!.', J
"1 don't. always say i what I.,tbinkV'
.said Uartshornr grasping. his glwt with a
The police' vehicle droWaway, but not
before the colonel had opened' the door
whero-th6 varr.nt -stood concealed. t--'i-.-
"If rcttn,uudj-()Umploymentwill you
"I'm much obliged, your honor, but
4sjklnj mywovw ugUC jR mac
ried daughter. I was. stono brok'b, and
"You shall be fed. Hero Is money. I
would advise you 'to avoid Moortown;
come this way." The colonel led tho way
to tho servants' hall, wrung tho man's
hand, and left him.
. An hour later- tho benoflcialro was
Mated On a milestone, blowing n cloud.
In the village, with tho colonel's Gratuity,
ho had been enabled to provido himself
with a relay of tobacco.
JWhrt larks 1" ejaculated ho botwec-n
whiffs. "If Sodjcr Dill comes this way
arid, spins his yarn they'll bo rough on
t him. I thought when I sneaked tho bit
' o paper ho was go choice of, it might
come in useful. IIo said there was an
old colonel about here that had been in
the mutiny, aud at Cawnporo when ho
was (puff, puff). I wish I'd another jug
of the old buffer's alo hero (puff, puff).
Well, I'm dashed, if I remembered to
give" back- to ' tho old bloko his chcese
parer." Tho vagrant viewed tho pen
knife approvingly, "it'll bo a bod job If I
can't Get n tanner on it."
Tho colonel returned to tho library, but
"his granddaughter was not there. Ilo
went to on escritoire, and, openiug a
drawer, took out an old fashioned case,
tho etamped velvet within ot a seedy hue,
tho daguerrcotypo solarized, almost faded
out But, though tho portrait was so
shadowy, tho, face waa visible, to tho
colonel, as clearly us on tho day when it
gavo iiim pleusuro to rcccivo it.
"My poor murdered darllugl" ho mur
mured, with a sob.
f Ho sat, tho" portrait In hi3 hand, oWivi
ous of tho passin;1, hourj. IIo Hoard noth
ing, not tho tap oa tho door; ho did not
hear, Oceana open it, or beo her when she
entered the room.
, "Grandpapa?" ejaculated sho softly.
'" "Yes, child."
Ho closed tho case Rcntly, to hurricdlj
restore It to Its drawer.
"Did you uot hear the rcn?"
"No. 1 tho fact is, I havo tcenn little
"Ambler tells mo you havo allowed the
poor man to no. How pood of youl"
".Ho was r.u old eoldier, Cccana. IIo
was at Cawnporo" Tho colonel's
voico had a hush in it. He roso to his
feet; ho felt t!:cm wlittlo unsteady, him
self a little Riddy. liut he quickly recov
Oceana was observant; sho was elis
ions; "It has upset you, Grandpapa; thc;o
cases trouble you. I would not attend to
regularly. Let Hartshorn co elsewhere."
"Yes, I think so; ho shall. I think 1
. will rest more."
. a Oceana could not recall a luncheon so
dull. If tho colonel was uot a humorist,
he attempted humor, and ho talked of
something, or drow oat Mrs. Mnux. But
(this day ho was preoccupied, his faco sad.
1 ' The colonel rose from tlo table, Mrs.
Maux following suit, to pass through the
door the colonel held open. But Oceana
still sat In a reverie, to become conscious
-that her grandfather was lingering.
"Grandpapa, Arthur will bo here
shortly. Will ho And you in tho library?"
She did not turn her head.
"Do not bo anxious, child," her grand
lather said, sympathetically, "I shall not
be hard. I could not be hard with anyone-today."
Still ho lingered. A certain reserve
"that even bis grandchild had been unable
to; pierce seemed to be slipping away from
him. Ho returned to place his hand under
Oceana's chin, and stooping, kissed the
lips of the upturned face fondly and tear
fully. 'Oceana, I think after all it will be
better not to send him to me; I do not feel
equal to seeing hini today. I will writo to
him. I know what ho will m-go; it will
-be a pang to mo to givo you up but he
Sho heard tho library door close, then
she ran v:pstairs. In 11 few minutes she
was down again. Entering tho drawing
room, sho placed a chair in tho bay, her
'eves strained towards tho hlcrhwnv. Tho
screen of trees did uot completely block
the view. But eho was impatient. Sho
raised tho cosh an inch; her cars
would acquaint her sooner than her
eyes. Ycs, she caught tho cliek of
horse's hoofs; it was not many moments,
and the ruler saw hor, holding high his
Arthur Daunt rodo away a little disap
pointed. m How odd tho colonel was?
Could not see him, would write- IIo had
counted Upon staying to dinner an hour
after with. Oceana. IIo must bo thankful
iforsmall mercies; the dear girl appeared
Tho geng sanded. The butler won
dered, his master was so punctilious.
Ambler onttrcd the dining room. Oceana
and Mrs. Muux wero standing at tho fire.
i'Tho colouel, whero is he, Ambler?"
"I think ho is in tho library, Miss
Qccana. I will go perhaps he did uot
hear tbo gong."
Ambler tapped nt the library door, to
enter tho rcoi. Tho colonel was asleep,
his r arms extended on h!s writing table,
his face bcut low. Ambler spote, but
the colouel paid no heed to h.'m. Arablci
waited n fjw nioccats, uncertain, then
was bold enough to epprosch his master.
Iu the coloucl'u hands was n pUotojnipli
cose, open; r.t l.Is cido n folded deemmnt,
on which Ambler read "Wiil." Amblcx
toucli tho colonel: thcro v.c3 no rcspouco.
Ho raised hia master and caw that ho was
dead, and that ho hr-.l covered mi open
note 011 which was written:
"Dear Arthur: I givo Oceana to you.
Bo good to her. Excepting a few lega
cies, I havo bequeathed everything lo her.
Yours faithfully, Ili:u:i E-oi::i kt."
Edwin Whclntou iu EeKravia.
Amtturaii Mugazlticn in I'nsliiml.
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issued in England ure Greater in that
country than the aggrcgato sales of the
twenty-flvo magazines published in tho
United Kingdom. Now Orleans Times
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DR. FLINT'SlABT REMEDY.
When tho llovfc, Kldnrrs and Circuit
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jij.' J1.W. - ,
J. 2. MACK & CO.,
No 0 ani :i Front St, Can Fransieco
Notice of Transmuted Homo-,
(Homestead Application No.. 213.)
United States-I-and -"ffick;!
Tucson, Arizona, Sept. ao, 1887. j
Notice h hereby given that the following
named settler has ft ed notice of his int ntlon to
make final proof in iuppnrt of hi claim, and
that wiid proof will be made bilcre thi- Reg sttr
md Receiver of the U. S. land "officat 'luoson,
AtUona, on the igthdoyot Novc-inber, l887,v:
Simon Madrid of I'res Alamos, Arironi. fo the
W H of the N I-- X nnd E X N W K Sec at,
I'wp j6S R 20 E, Gila and Silt Kiver meri
dian. He namei the 'ollowing witnesse io prcve
his continuous residence upon, and cultivati-n
of, said land, viz: Romaldo Torres, Pablo
Horcasitas, Miguel Rosas,' Felix Ruls, all of
Tres Al imos, Arizona,
A D. Duff, Register.
Notice of Homestead Proof.
(Homestead Application No. ,175.)
UnitkdStatf.s Land Officb.,1 ,
Tucson, Ariz., Sept. 39, 1887. j
Notice is hereby give-i that' the' follow hg
nnmrd settk-r has tikd noti:e of hiscintention
to make fiml procf in support of his cliini, and
that aid proof willte miae liefore'lhe Register
and Keceivvr of the U. S. land office at Tucson, ,
Ari-ona, on the sad day of November. 188:,
viz : eu Uias. 01 Tres A amos. A. 1 .j lor the
W and N E of S W H and.S.W Jf-joi,
N K Pec 32 Tp 15 SR 20.6.
He n ims 'he follow ne witne'ses to' rro've his
1 ont nu H-.S resir'nice tip n andrcul'lviHiottof,
fat l.md, viz: Ajumi o;)jdtva. 1. u. Alien,
Antont 1 ' onnderati, Roman Pacneco,' 11 bi
A. D. Duff, Register.
In the Justlc 's Cou t of Precin-t No. 6,
CVu t uf'O chi i". Ifnitory ot Anon 1.
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alas Si v. deenda t ant non-re I lt-nt. Au-
i 1. dibt a d -itlaA'i'ent. Complant .fkdi
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via nt ff f r tw montns rent i'f alious? bccu.iled'
by y ua Fairb-'nk anu costsiof s'.i'i rithdyou'
are n i oy i.otineu in it- snoutn you iaii,-io,
api car anu n.er s la complaint witnintue,
time stated, the siidpltinufl will apily to 'the
lourt lor siil judiiieiii against you for said'
sum and -all costs: ' '"' -r v ?
Given under my lnnd.at v.yoffic- alFairbank,
CcchUe Ccui.ty, Arizona, ths3tdy o Octo-"
bcr. A. D. 1887. ' " "
n K 'Wanmntu. r " 1
justice tf tho Peace,
Marks & Wittig's
..J ft - i'r .1 1
Hnir-cuttiiif', Shaving. Sham
pooing in the highest style of the
AT . ' ' -
Auction House. f
I havo marked "down 'prices on'
all lines of goody and will not be
undersold by any house1 in the
Territory, Call and examine
pric- s, and you will, be surprise'di
My stock, which is well selectt-oV
conM.sts in part, of Furniture, Car
)et, Huts, Caps, Boots arid' Shoes,
Crockery, Glassware, ' ' Tinware;'
Harness, Tent, Wagon Coveis,'
Wall Paper, Guns and Ammuni
tion. . . . 1 "
SAM M. BARROW,
Allen St, Bstween Fourth '&Fifltn"
HARE & PAGE, Proprietors
Allen Street, above Occidental Hotel.
The best saddle horses and
driving rigs in th city. Parti
cular attention paid to outfits for
Tlift undtrsigfied hereby of-
f-r Five Hu died D-rflars for.
1 lie arrest and convioion'iif
ihe person or pivsohH who
inutility mu derid JSichl,tl
McCovmick on August 25llt,
87, abnut three miles from!
Bisbee. . -1 . . .',
COPPER QDEEN CON. MIKING CO.
APICATIONS t?0R PATENT.
'" (First Publication Sept. io, 1887.)
.ArrUCATieX FOR C. S. PATENT NO. 489.
Natlee f App"Jcat)on,r Chnrlrs W. Leach
. Mlnlnc Hlu.
United 'states i And Office. )
Tucson, TAris.,'-epten'ber a. A. D. i63;. j
, Jo all Whom it May Concern :
Notice is hereby fiven that Charles 'A'.
lach whose po-torhte address is Tomutone,
Ar'iluii.i( has mrd an application in tint, ofiicj
for a United -tatei patent lor fourteen hundred
-linear feet cf the, North Poult mining claim,
vein, todoor mineral deposit, beari. g stiver and
gold, with surface ground six hundred , feet in
wiatn, tying ana oelag situ. tea in trie lomD
stone 'Mining District,- County of Cochise nd
Temir-ry ot, . jizona, And .th'i. said i harle
W. Leach being now about to make amplication
thlough this' office to the United States for a
patent for. said oijrjuig.clain, which claim is
mdre fully and particuiary described a- to metes
and bounds by the official plat and field notes
then of.-now.onnle, with, the Register of the U.
S. latid wftjee at Tucion, Arizonj, which field
yte cf survey descilbe the boundaiies and ex
teiiLOf said claim on; the.. surface ,vit; magnetic
vaiiation at 1143' E as, follows, to.it:
' Beginning at the irilt al monument at a 4 inch
postmarked J. t. iNurtd rfoint M. C. No 1,
frc-oa.wbich U, S. M. M. J)Jo. 1 bears S 30 3;'
W '3451' feet; ' corner' 'to' se lion. 1 and a .N
boundary T 30 3 R 3 E bta-s. .N 5 4' W 8045
leet; thence N 30 41' 286 feet to ;i 4 i .ch txs,
matked N. P. M. C. Na a; theno- N 337'
E 1403 few. taa. 4 inch psl narked N. I'. .M
C. fo, 3; ,thtncc is $iy 41' E 300 fttt to a 4
)nch post maik'ed N. I'. M. C. No. 4; then.c S
50 41' -300 leet to a 4 inch tost
marked N. P. M. C. No. 5; 1he1.ee S
ia 54' W 1373 feet .0 a 4 in h post marked N.
Pi Mi CJ-K-. A-.tht-me N'SS 56" VV 3CO feel to
post. No,-. 1, the place o bvg nning. Conttin
In 9.563 aces. aid mining c-aim is als 1 of
recoru ipitne office of the Ccuniv Recoider of
thi, C; ainu of o 1 ise and Ten itory ot A iz jna.
The presumed general icur.-e or nire t n f
tne said .North-Point vein,' lo.ie or .mn. ril de
posit Leing shown as n ar s can t e de enn.n. a
f oin p ese'rit deveiopmerits upon the said
omcial plat filed with the Rgist r as afoiesaid.
This claim being lor. lo'iit.en hu dred liuar
fie thereof,' together with tt.e suif.ee ground
shown upon'said el it:' tlie.vr.n. lode and min
ing prciuiws sough' to be pa ented ure l.onidtd
a ioiiuw io-wii: uu ine sutn vy ne -u 1 u
liyn Vind-'SilvcrQuarer; on the we t by ihe
silver 'Ihwad and ailver rfelt:,' n the cat ly
jiijc . 11 cuiiiaii anu ii ciipu, w ui wi iuj u vuu-
tlictv taia cliinnsaesitniteaaj im.no. 193
'and..s syrvej Mo 8oti.on sua i.thcial 1.' it
An ana an persons cuini g .-aveiseiy me
.minify ground; vein, lode, and pen ses urny
p6iHon!tlier,of,.so escrjued(1 su.veyid pi ttid
and patent app ied tor, are hereby no. ine.l thai
un ess their'aiaverse claims ure -duly hied with
.theKtgiiter.of.it ie,U. ,Si. lat d offi, atlucsoa, J
in tne, icrritoiy, 01 Ariz na fiunng 1 e sixty
'dayi publiiaiion of this notice, they villi be for-
ever narrea uom asserung any subclaims.
(And 1 hereby order that this notice be pub
lished for1-ten io)'"wVeks in the-Tombsione
Weekly ETAfH. a new.pa er paulished in the
to n of Tombstone, County 01 Cochise, in the
"i'enitory of Arizona.
K X ", ,Ft K if 'A, d; DuiFi R-gister.
' ' (First Publication'SepL 10, 1887.)
APriiriTION FOK V. . PAl E.T XO. 488.
Notice f the Apltlication or W, J. Tnjlor
fr it nitrat lo the1 I'crscveruucc
v : . , . . ,
i United States Land Office, )
Tucson, Arii., .-eptember 2, A. U. 1887.
roAtL-Wiiow it Mav Concern:
1 Nuticerjs. hereby given .that W, J, Talor,
whose postoffice address is Tombstone, Arizona,
h'aS filed his application in this office for a U S.
patent- to,. el. ven hundred and thirl) -five nd
j-io linear feet of the Perseverance mining
clnim, Vein, lode or miieral deptsit, beaiin
bllvtr. and ycld. -.wiih surfatc grou.nl ,-ix hund'td
eetinw.dth, lying and bciiij; situaten within
the Tombstone Mining Distri.t, County, o
C. ch'.-e. and Teititcrt el riiona. And the
ri'idW.J. lay or is about making application
thruu.h mis ofHte t the Uiiileu St,.Ublcru
p.unH' said uunii.g tlaim, , wt.ich said cUim
,s more full) ana (articulany de cribed as to
im te-aiid bouids by th official plat and field
111 fs ot the Mirvey thereof,, now, on file in t',e
ffice of the Register of the.U. S. lai.d effice at
Tuc'nn Anion., which held nors of suiv-v
dec ibe- the boundaries and extent ol saiii
claim on the surface, with magnetic variation al
it 4V Ea-t'aictilows. to-wit:
Begit'ning at the ilnilial monument a 4 inch
pqst. marked 1.. M. Perseverance M. C. o. 1;
thence S ?i 44'K 30b t'eet to a 4 inch post
marked B. M. C No., a;i lhtnce N 17 23' K
999.5 fvet to a 4 inch, post marked P. M, C. No.
3; thence N 4342' W 300 teet toa4'inihpost
tnarktd P. M. C. N0.J4. from, which post tie
U, a i ,M. Na, 6 bear? S 83",oa' E 6894 fee ;
)he comer of sections 01. e and two north bound,
firy T 30 S 22 K bears' N 30? ,95' E 18 083 ten ;
lhctice N 43" 42 W 300 leet to a 4 inch p st
barked P. M C.'No.'s; thence S 19 16' W
11135-3 feet tq.a4.in9h pot,nia,ked P. M. C
;No. 6; thence s.434a'' E 300 feet to post No. 1
'the plae' of-'beginning. Con-, intng 13.91,
acres. 1 Said rnmii.gcia;m .is.aLo of rec mi'
the office of the Cttnt, Recorder of the Co n.y
jofCoctilsearid Territory rt)f Arizona, nnd ili
'presurnrd .general .c.jurse., or 'iicttion, o the
isaidveip, tore or mineral deposit be 1 g shown
'as hear as can be determined irem pieent ii'
iveopraents upri':the said offi.ial p ai fil d wiih
'the Kevister of the 'and office as noieaid.
The saiu vnn, lode1 urd mining p.emi-e- heiel y
saugnt to oe, paieiieo. .aog.Lowni eua-.juiiowi-,
io-it: Northeast ly the ( ential, M. ., on
the South ast ly the umo o e M. C, ana
upon; the. southwest bv the Li lie G. M. .;
said claim is qesgnjtf don said plat as lot No.
198, ant survey Na 814.
tsy and .a I pe sens .claiming adveisely the
mining gruuHd, vein lode or piem,se3 or an
p-irt'tnereof, 'so described, survt)e(l, p attrd and
patent applied orj are. Iiceliy nonned ihit un.
tes their adverse claims re duly filed with tlir
Kegisterof Ihe U.'S 1-nd cffi'e'at luc-on. in
the Territory. of Arizonardu. ng the sxty dai
pub Ication.pf, this tw-ti e. tiey wi'l be loruver
barred f om' asserting anv uch cla m
OAtid;! hertby. order that this not ce be pub
lished for . ten ,(jo) veeks in the Ton.b-tone
Weekly EplTAPh, "a mwstaper pubis'-.. d ht
l'ombjtoue, Cochise Conn. i, Trrnio y nf Ari
zona. A. D. Duff, R.gister.
- - man can
'- ' 1iv hlf '
.... ' Job print.
Ing ' done
1 '-. In M good
.style and at
' "cheap a ' '
price in. tho
office of th '
as h can in
any office on
- - the eoaat. The
type and artiatio
fn eSectlnz thi.
' mult. Don Uend
- aay jour work
t . until yon aeeour
' limplcs'&nd learn
omt Industry a
, , you expect , to b.
' - patOTilzed. AbolWi
rubber itamp abor
tions and do butinesa on bus.
" lueaa'prlAblplM.'"''' dopt the
- golden rnle ajyour max
im "Do unto otbe-t as
you VouM have otherado
unto you,-" a drwben you
(row old yon will be rich and
retpe'cted.x'ttHM you" die a
, .,, ,orrowh)f,rflniiinlty will .erect
' K momimeirt-overyour ri-malni and your oul
j will go aOHrliig ii the realnn ot ethereal bllai.
t is ii.J jijn
One pair (any aire)
(Kld.Ooat or Call) Buttoo O AITBRS for
FIT..LOQH -mLWBAn wjswj,
Boot ana ,
APPLICATIONS FOR PATENT.
(First Publication Sept. 10, 1887.)
AI'I'LICITIOVTOK V, 8. IMTT.NT 0, 490,
.Vollce of Avpllcatlun of Clinrle W. Lcarh.
forn 1'uteiit iolheout!iem Belle
United States Land Office, 1
Tucson. iiz., September 2, A. D. 1887. (
To ALU Whom it May I'onc.rn:
No, ice 1- he'- b given that harlet W. Iach
whose post ffi.eadrliess is ombsione, Arizona,
' zi nleJ an application in this office for a
Unittd St tte-patent lor fourteen hundred and
sixth-lhiee linear fe t of the Southern Belle
mining c'aim, vein, loJe or mineral deposit,
.h.aring s'lvcr and go'd. with surface ground
ix hundred leet in width lying and beng
situated in the Tombstone Mining District, in
the County ot Co.hise and Territory of Ari
z ma, and the said Charles W. Leach being now
about to m ike application through this oHice to
the United States for a taunt for slid mining
clum, which claim is more fully and particularly
described as to melei an bounds by the official
pUt and field note; of smvev thereof now en
file with the Kegi.-tero the U. . lind ornceat
Ticsoii Arzona, which fied noies ot survey
decrib- tne b ,un, an. s and extent of sa'd
claim on 'h-sur ate vitji magnetc var ation at
1 1 43' liast as fol ows, t .wit:
rrginn'nga thenital monument mention d
in the local! n notice. nd inarting the cu h-
esier y n I cent-r of the claim, at a ost 4
inches sipi.trr in a mo ind f st me. pjs markej
I U S II t C n T- ll.pnro S Pn' .,' If
300 fee tn n 4 Inch po-t nia'ked S. U. M.C.J
.No. 2; Ihince N 43 i7 li 125J.7 feet to a 4 1
incn p si marite 1 . u. vi. 1.. .o. 3; tnenc- im
38 37' W 711 ee, imerse t eist liie of Modoc
M. '. lo Na 106, N 22" 9' E6 teet from
postmarked M M. C No, 3 295 cet Intersect
nur ine-if c'.iim. N 40' 3)' E 13; feet ttom
4 inc'i 1 ost marked S. H M. C. N. 4; thence
N8o,ai'w 3'3f"eet inltr.-cct south end line of
Michigan Ceiitnl M. C. south 65 04' K 30
ei t ri m a post traiked S Ex. G. C. No. 2 315
-eet Int sect out . ui il line of Modoc M. C.
lot No. ic6, -6ii8' E 29 feet from post
tia-k d : Ex. G. C No. 2 and 49 feet from pos
marked M. 1- 0. No. 4 351 feet intersect
eaf rly s de line S. Er. G. C. M. C. lot No. 43.
S38 5.' W 15 5 fe, t Irom location monument,
apo t4 inclies-.'sciuire marked S. B. M C. No.
5. fo 11 wh ch U. M. M No. 1 bears N 39
17" W 2c7 feet ditint the quarter Sect on
corner httween tcti ns 13 and 18 east boundary
1 ro i" at K Ilea's S 79" 04 K a 4 inch post
marked &B M C No 6; iheme S V ' 1
2t)ifeetto osi No. 1 the plac ifte,i, ni g
su vry of exteri-r lin k. Area t6 62 1 acres.
The c-o diet of ,82 icr s with .Nbch-gan Ce trul
M, C. ii not claimed b) the applicant, leaving
thi net arai (5 8n3 a fes cliimej, ThU mining
dim is ol rc rd in the effi.e o tie County
Kec ider of Co rise County in the e r.tory
i Arnna e uresumed central course or
dirtcirn of the s,id vem. lode or mineral
ilejosit of the inid Southern Belle Mining
Claim being shown ns ne ir ns can becctermined
from present developments, up:n the jaid offic'al
l.lat thereof on file with the Register of the
Land Office ns aforesaid; the claim now sought
to be patented, befng fourtejn httrdred and
sixly-tl.rec linear feet theicoi, together wi'h the
surface ground shown iipbn'saiu cffilial plat,
the same fcein bo..nded as fellows', to-wit:
On the Northeast by the Michigan Central Lot
No. i;g, on the Southeast by the Vanguard, on
the Southwest by the Rodman and on the
Northwest by ihe . Ex. Grand Central Lot No
as The same claim beine desianated as Lot
No. 199, and sutvey'No '815 oh the official plat"
ot said mining claim hied with tne Register 01
the land office as aforesaid.
Any and all persons claiminrr adversely the
mining ground, vein, lode or premises or any
part there )f, eo described, surveyed, ptattsdand
patent applied lor, are hereby notified that un
less their adverse claims are duly filed with the
Register of the U. S. Land Office at Tucson, in
th 'enitory of Arizoni. during the sixty days
publication of this notice, they will be forever
barred from ass.rting any su h claims.
And I hereby order ,hut this notice be pub
lish, d for ten (10) wee'ts in the Tombstone
Weekly Epitaph, a newspaper published in
the Town of Tombstone, in the County of
Co-hisc, 'I erritory of Arizina.
A. D. Duff, Register.
I First I'ubfcatioa Aug ast 27, 1887. j
ATlLIl AllO.V rlt I! 8. I'ATENT NO. 48.
Xiillccor iiillcilion of tne Copper Quern
CoiimoI ilnti il Mltilui; 1 ompnuy for
it I'. n. r.iteul lui Uu-Millie Tail
ed lerr Ululns litlm.
U.nit-d States Land Office, 1
T ucson, Ariz., Aug. 74 A. D. 1887. 1
To all horn it May Concern:
Notxe is hereby ci,en that the Copper Queen
Con-olidated Minii.g Company, a corporatio-.
duly oraniz-d under th- lais of thr State of
New York, and having com l'cd with the cor.
poriition laws ol the leniury jf riz na, by
B,n William, usage t, hoepest "ffice adcress
s Ti.iubstone, i, il.e ouciiy 01 Cochse, and
Ten tory o' Aria na. has fi 1 iis apj 1 catiun in
t'ut office ,cr a pit nt to ri leen hu' dred lim'ar
fe t ui the W1111- Tail d Ueei M . C vein, lo ir
or mn era deposit, learhg go'd. Mlver, )ra,
copper an I tb-r mi era s, with stinace grcund
sx liuii' ed fert in widih, lvingandl e ng w th-,
i . he W.cren Mini .g D strict, C unty of
( ochise an '. err tory f Ar z na. And the
saii corporation by" it said agei.t be inn n'-w
ab. 11 to 11 ake pLlication thrrugh this t-ffice to
ti, e United Sat s iur a pnent fcr sad mining
J-im, which nid claim U more lully aid tar
icular.y 1 e cnbt'd, as to metet nnd toundf, b
the offici 1 plat and field notes of ihe survey
ti ereof now on he in he office ol thi- Regiier'
o- the U. S L.tnd l irrce. at Tucon in the
territory o Anrciia. which fi'-ld notes of turvty
ilescrit.e the I oundnries t,nd extent of aid
claim on the uifiC", with magnetic variation
al 12 ' Ea;t, a, fol os, to-xvit:
begin:! g at the inuial tncn'ment mentioned
inlo.ailo nctice, and -ituate in center of claim;
tut no- running S ,57' 00' E 750 feet, to a loca
tion m nun,' nt cont-inin); a post 4x6 incl.es
and six fe t Ion arked W. T. D M C.
Post 1, ihi-me N 61" 45' E 3C0 feet to a loca
tion monument ontaiii g a post 4x6 Inche-,
six I ct lng, nnd mark d W. T. D. M. C.
I'ost 2; the ii, e N 37 o' W 1500 feet to a lo.a
tion nionun'ent itnt. inn g a past 4X6 inches
ai,d six hei lrng, marlid W T. D. M. C.
Po-t ); there- S oi 45' W 500 feett a location
moniime it icnt.innu a post 4x6 inches an 1
sixfec lit'j:, ni-ritil W. T D M. C Po.t 4;
the 1 1- coi tii u'ni: s; rat- icutse 3C0 leet, to a
location mom uent containinga post 46 incles
ind six feet Jonp, 1. atked W. T. D. M. C. i'ost
5; th nee S 37s 00' E 1500 feet to a location
minium nt containing a post 416 inches, and
ix feet log, narked " . T. D. M. C. Pnst 6;
ihencj N 6i" 45' 100 feet to .1 monument con
ta n ng post 1 W. T. D M. C the place of
beginning of the exterior boundary, and con
tairirg an area cf 20.45 sens; the said nvning
c'aim reing also of leccrd in the office of the
County Recorder of Cochi'e .Cot'niy, in ths
Tcirit.ry of Arizona. M The presumed general
course cr direction of the said White Tailed
Deer vein, lode or mineral deposit being shown,
as near as can be know n from present develop
ments, upon the plat t' ereof filed with the
Register if the Land Office as aforesaid, this
claim, and the patent now npp'ied for being for
fifteen hundred linear feet thereof, tcgethrr with
the surface cround shown upon said official plat;
the said claim, vein, lode and mining premises
hereby sought to be patented, being bounded as
follows, 10 wit: On the N E by the Sweepstakes
M. C; on the N W by the Littl-. Jake M. C;
S W bv the Cambridge M. C; and on the S E
by the Deer Park M. C. The said claim being
designated on said official plat as lot No. 60,
andsuivey No. 816.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
ml' ing ground, vein, lode or premises, or any
portion thereof, so surveyed, platted, described
and patent applied fcr, are I ereby notifird that
unless their adverse claims are duly filed with
the Register of. the U. S. I.and Office, at Tuc
son, in th- Territory of Atizona, duiing the
sixty days pub'icttion of this no ice they will be
for. v t b irre-d frcm a s rfn j nny 1 uch claims.
A d I herery order thct lhi notice be pub
li hed fur t-n 10I crsecutive weeks in the
weekyiueo ihe ' ombstone Weekly EPITAPH
a newsfap-r published in the Town of Tomb
sto' e in t' e County of Cochise and Territory
A. D. DUFF, Register.
CHARLES GRANVILLE JOHNSTON,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Cityof Tombsmne, Fremont S'reet, bet.
Fourth .and Filth.
Next door to J. V. Vickets.
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The above named reward
will be paid by Troop G, 4th
U. S. Cavalry, Fort Bowie,
Arizona, for the apprehension
and conviction of the murderer
of William C. Drake, (late,
private of saidnroop) at Sul
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29th of Sepiember. ,1887.
. Jeo. Williams,
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for- the arrest and conviction of
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handling any of my 'stock. Brand
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