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TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1887
I DYING JUGGERNAUT.
No More Futilities Anxlou for Death
15oiu.si.tli tho Cruel Wheels-Coolie
Illreil to Urng tlio Car Once Drawn by
Tlio announcement tlint tho onco inmous
festival of Juggernaut 1ms so declined in
. i.-jnUirlty ns to rnulcr it necessary for the
pi cst to liiro coolius to drag tho car, la a
liuusuroof thoextsntto which tliodeRtruc
tuo solvent of western thought is being
r. v'icd to eastern creeds. Tlio car of tho
C 'it. god of Poorce was onoof tho most
r ud of Br.iliuilu.Io "proprieties," and
t l; itli Jattru a festival which, in im
p -v jce, yielded to that of no other deity
n 'ii i'.mdno Pantheon. From every
j f f .tho vast empire of Hindostan jij-1
t; i: s'llbckod to share, in it, and'when tho
c ? of Juggernaut was draRgod ,vonce ,
y "r .from the temple in order to bathe
tl . Rods in tho cool water of the tank,
n i.iilo and a half distant, the wildest en
tl tulasm seized tho vast multitude of de
votees. Thousands rushed to, seize, pie
cables, and so eager were the "volunteers'
for tills holy service that the belt and'
greatest men 01 uruu struggled wiin eacn
other to obtain a hold upon the ropes. To
uso tho language- of an old writer who
-witnessed the RAth .Jattra, in, its. palmy
days, "they are. bo greedy' and tftgtjr, to
draw it that wfiuoever, by shouldering,
crowding, shoving, heaving, thrusting, ox
In any insolent way, can but lay a hand
upon the rope they think themselves
blessed and happy. And, when. it is gains
Along the city there are many that will
offer themselves at a sacrifice to' the" idol,
.and desperately It - down on the ground
tMt the chariot wheels may' run over
t 2i3, whereby they areUUed outright.!
& n get broken arms, some broken 'legs, t
go i i mnny are destroyed, ana tnuuc to
I' i' A'OIt OF TIIEOOD. , ,
At oven U r dato martyrs to Jngger-'
m , or 3w tin' th, as he ismorecor-l
rur'1 miied, v if n t infrequent, When
3?. j Budmnt.u . a . In Pooreo early in
t . i ury, he i 1 tru.i) tho harsh grat
in ' nt 1 1 a gijrnnt.c car as it moved along.
th j i sotij of tho prk3td in honor ,
of ti.e fi 1, and the flcrco glances which
I thai .
. bcBto.-cd on tlio beef eating
.. ,eu, nsn pilgrim announced him ,
' ' 4 1 r1! ,
s. l x
nolitnnTlho maS prostrated 1
n.id beforo tho tower us it
. , lyn g on his faco with his
h .1 fonvnrd. Tho multitude
, i-. ..ii r.-ound him, leaving tho space
c '' , ii i ho vwts crushed to death by
. '-diuts of tho pondetous structure.
1 i r. wild cry of pralso was raised, and
na the rod was seen to "smilo" at the
libation uf spouting blood tho devotees
threw cowries and pieces of money pn tho
txi.ly of tho victim In approbation of the
huly deed by which ho hail won, immor
tality in tho Hindoo "Walhnlla. i
It is, therefore, suggestive of a strange
revolution in Hindoo opinion to hear that
i.ot only aro victims lacking, but .that, in-.
H'a:it of thousands strpggllpgfor tho
honor of a pluco at thedrag ropeSjlabor-.
iu,; men, at so'many iiiinas per'aiem", have,
to bo hired; to .perform the.. sacred fnm
t. ju. The awe of . the. Indian peopls. or,
. "tho lord of the world', bas ,beefl "dajUn-i
in0. For many years past the fame of
tLu great god ot Orissa has been' oa the,
t.ui, uiiu iiic luuc nucu a uuiuau acrt')
nco was (Leuoer.ueiy onerea up to the
hideous Idol is fast getting beyond the
power of t he very oldest of the old Indians
-"-" -j .. . w vs... .
xminn. or devotees. r
Admitting th.it tho number of devotees
this year la mailer owing to tho loss of two
pllTfum ships and tho prophecy that a I
third will bo wrecked beforo the ear is out
It U undrnuiblo tnat Jngganna'th is
doomed, and tho weajth which it
brou;;ht to tho priest and tho towns
people of Pooreo is likely to vanish beforo
niiuiy years clapso. Sometimes a poor de
crepit wretch, weary of life-or drugged by
tlio prie.sta with Indian hemp or opium,
will wildly throw himself in front of tho
v, itols, though ho is usually dragged out
j t io police, who havo orders to provent
a i. attempts at suicide. Saddest abaso
:. -is of all, from tho btaudpotnt of Brnh
m, it happened a fow years ago, for
.. rat tlmo iu history, that, to tho hor
i" unci chagrin of tho priests, tho car of
J ' imni'th stood still in tho streets of
1 x .c, whllo tho pilgrims looked on in
i p .ma apathy. Yet no harm befell them,
a i U a subsequent famine has been
a ...u.cd to their sacrilegious careless
n ,. However, tho result has been that
t ah worshipers still come to Pooreo,
t.i y just as frequently prefer to save
themselves the trouble of hauling the
gods, and ns has happened on the present
occasion, the priests, afraid of the idols
never reaching the tank, have contracted
with irrevcrentlal coolie3 to perform the
job for a stipulated number of rupees. .
Mortality there is, of course, still. The J
poor uie lor want oi xooa, ot aisease, ana
of lack of proper accommodation.! But
there is no longer any need for interfer
ing, for the wrong will soon right Itself
by Jagganna'th ceasing to "draw." This
east, wo fear, la already grown lax la its
religious observances. Ths"pilgrim takes
a third class circular ticket, to jibs hob
place. Iufldel shipowners issue' passes to
D'jaddah, and a tourist contractor escorts
the faithful over he fortyimiles between
Mecca and the sefts ",Th,ei. Egyptian def
vUhos aro becoming extremely chary
nlout making a pavement of their persons'
or tha Saadecyeh Sheyk to ride over," and
tjff that the Indian exchequer is, bemoan
1 , tho rci'rred' returns from the" "Jag
p . I't'ih tr i"and coolies have to be)
hired to dmt; io car, wo seom alongwriy
(' i tae !'" V' n Jwb Charnock, factor'
c l'rtrt Will.iia, f- ' converted to Illn
C joHm, or v ,ieii I' i. v vv art eJigaged a .
l;r.iluain to perun nlf ,y,ji ij among
tho idols in his bunguloiv. London Stan
dard. Qunllfled for Umpire.
"Crei yfeu gixe mo a position ns um-
Cave you any of tlio qualification
y f r an uinplrt?"
i, , for twenty years I followed
ii hi of a horso thief In the west,
' iv beliovo that I escaped from
t s forty mobs In that time. I
-elf that I cm get away fiom a
jry men as quick as any man in
"Of co.irso wo can glvo you a job; why
didn't you bay that you had had experi
ence!' Tho Epoch.
Architects' Latest Fad.
Pneumatic tubes aro the latest fad of
architects. Now thoy aro mainly used for
fc"X)tlna letters and papers to the upper
t tout's, but boon wo shall havo them per
fected to tho extent of doing away with
tho elevator. Chicago News.
.That I, ir Ho Was Just Learning.
"H hat was Nero's greatest act of cruelty V
nikrtl tho teacher of the class in history
"PLiyiu' the fiddle," was the prompt re
pouw; and the teacher lot it go at that
Onu of the ltliln? Ones.
"At- roil," Impaired the minister, "can you
ropoa. the Ten Commandments!"
' N , sir, but I can light a cigarette in the
wini tho flrst trial." Detroit Froo Press,
Nothing equals the madness of a March
hair on a bald head. New Orleans Picayune.
It is at a circus, when heoan'keep'hishat
on, that a bald headed man is really indepen
dentNew Orleans Picayune.
The king of Slam has 3,000 wives. It
seems almost unnecessary to ;add that he is
bald headed. Hartford Bunday Journal.
Ton my ''lecture on-"patiently testing roar
a-oss.' J u' n-f
An, lecture from now till next Christmas ;
But the effort Is futile, the labor is lost,' '-
With the maiden whose cross Is strabismus.
An advertisement says: "Lotto, one of the
most popular actresses, always uses the
cologne." Suppose she does, it will not make
her draw for, a, scan (.-rNWjOrlpans -Pica-. J
The surplus affection of Lotto, it is said, is
divided between a parrot and a monksr.
She can bear the accusation so long as she is
not reported as being In love with a dude.
New Orleans Picayune.
"I wish things were shared out evener,"
said a Cincinnati boy, watching the colored
man at the house opposite wasKmghe side
walk. His fond mamma iwar,; about toeonV
mend his sympathy iwtthfc peorworlettf-i
man, wnen be astonished ber by aaoing, with
emphasis: "Then we could have a colored
man and a hossl" Epoch. J fc
A learned M. D.has dlsototWtJutitba
cause of baldness. Is great?. intsHeetuality.
Hay it not be intellectuality, then, that drives
the bald heads to tha front row! Savants
should get to work -Ifrake'sTrajr. s
lers'lfagashu. HQZl;t &
a dswkv vmum ww uiTaugeu " usbb
sliced cucumber, soaked in milk, is a great
beautifler of the completion. If abe had
eaten the cucmb,ihe .facj.woujd hft
divulged itself. Hripjax(pn woujd have
been very white, but she would not hairs
known it Nonristown.Herald.
An African tribe Js go versed, by a ruler'
t. t... ... . rr. i i. iv-w
Why don't some of 'the young folks get
married! We could write up the affair in fins
style, and then we could tell you how we en
joyed the nice piece of cake you sent us.
Freestone (Tex.) News. -.. .
- . . .
Sunday School Scholar (to teacher of a col
ored Sunday school class, who 'has related the
parable ot the Prodlsal Son) Well. I dont
tiuk he was very smart to eat , busks when he
was hungry. Why didn't he, kill one obdem
little plf-Burlington-Eree Press-,;" J j 5
Tll0 al fM f h , M ,
- - -ggest. the.pihility that W
C'ns ,m,,cta -"? "", .
Tho president will, see a mlghtybig' coun-'
try. From tip totlp the American eagle has
a 3,000 mile spread of wing and a good,
healthy, heaven reaching scream. Philadel
His life was fast ebbing away and hhTmTnd
was wandering. "Bili," he muttered, "hold
her up high an' let her drop hard; she's
checked for Saratoga." "John," whispered
his wife, "do you hear imerV But thejoRl
baggage master lay dead. New York Sun.
"I believe you 'said Mr. Twister was a to
bacco dealer!" "Not -Exactly. I said he was
a dealer in cigarettes and cheap cigais." New
Haven News. j ,r. .
Qen. Butler is reported as having told a
Kansas City reporter that when he was a
young man he was examined for an appoint-,
ment as a department clerk and came across
this question: "What states and territories
would you cross in going from. -New York to
the Pacific coast!" He'didnt know, and so
he wrote: "None; I would go around by Cape
flora," New York Bun. .
.km. will, ui Ian wiirir h nniirnni,
A poet sent to an editor a contribution
entitled "Wny do I 11 vet" The 'editor
.-.red. Beeara voi intVm.? vntwh
swered, "Because yoii sent your contribution
by mall instead of (bringing it" Northern
The orator Is. frequently .obliged, to use
troches, but the average woman can talk 100
words a minute with' a mouth, full of hair
pins. Harper's Bazar.
It Cared Her.,
"Good night I" said the youth, and a movement
ho made -
As If he would kiss the dear girl;
But her head she drew back.
And It hit the hat rack '
With a loud sounding; thwack
That made her head painfully whirl
"Jly ownl" he exclaimed, as he threw his strong
Bound the form of the frightened young miss,
"For your own darling sake
Don't repeat that mistake,
But a solemn tow make
That you'll never again dodge a kiss."
And there is every reason to think that'she
made the required vow, for no farther acci
dents of this kind have been reported. Chi
cago Tribune. , , Tr.,rf
A Sospleloaa Title.
Omaha Girl-Ma, Mr. 'NlcsftUeVfcas m
vited me to go to the theatre to-morrow
f "It's a new' olar.calMd Tl
n: nasi piay MitT
1 AferXiudisa dukerV V
l -H.J a
k. ..i..Ij -:
htmesht' You shan't go a stea" Omaha
OouBssl-rHad the accused any rtiithsgniah
tag fealumbr wipehiy6iegisedlmnrt
Witness Yes, sir; be was bow legged in
both eyes. Burlington Free Press.
Nothing lake Being on tb.,gee WUm. -,
"And I must make you promise one thing
that is that you will not en any account
exhibit any of them in your shop windows.
Photographer promises. Judy.
Leavenworth, in comparison to any other
city in the state, is as an electric light ,to a
tallow candle. She is the diligent daisy, the
diamond depository of the daring, dauntless
commonwealth of Kansas. If you are not
satisfied now, ring up telephone 20, Leaven
The Wild West Hero.
Fired with feelings that foam in their frensy,
Filled with a fury Immortal and strong,
rhe muse In her madness ot wild Influenza
Pours down on thy head her wild tumult of
With a whirlwind of passion and power and
With a maniac soul and Inebriate will;
tn a cataract torrent of bluster and bathos.
She bathes the bare brow ot bold Buffalo Bill.
t(-. t , ( i " i iMISMiMllllsysTlT JTiWwill
, , , Philosophy from the Box.
Count Erjumpso -Say, old man, I want a
cab to-night Get to take a rich girl to tha
theatre, and want to do the right thing by
her. Hew does a dollar strike you?
Cabman (on whom files never light)
What's the matter with showing up a V, and
doing the right thing by both of us? New
A Dead Sure Thing,
i " r
Lt BtopiejifcSee here, Dennis, it was. only
use weeK mat you got-off to attend your
cousin's funeral. I
Dennis (interrupting) Faix, so I did, sur,
;but rte'ld:ful Borne to loife agin. Lit me
-ff tUs'onct, and ril bury him dead or
alcive. Texas Sittings.
T. tShe. Didn't Appreciate Him
.,' The ittnny.'man wrote him a humorous joke
'sad he thought the wit'wasl immense, and he
chuckled, "A big phenomenal stroke. Ah,
this IS genius intense 1" For the wit was so
rollicking, weird and wild and of such ori
ginal power) he day. down and rolled in the
grass Ukeaiihlld, -and laughed for nearly an
hour. Then he took the joke in to read to his
wife, and said: "Now, wife, listen and heal
ths funniest joke you have heard in your life,
Ijwithesrwbeel toward me thine ear." He
begafi tomd with a lusty strength, and her
faoe, which was round as a squash, it stretched
away out to a cucumber length a3 she said,
"What bosh I what bosh I" And when he came
to the point of the joke he burst into a loud
.1 -guffaw, but she said, in words like a thunder
stroke, "What miserable trash. Oh, pshaw I"
Then her face grew long as a baseball bat
and as black as the oven door, and her fore
head stretched up through her towering hat,
ad-net ttolti trailed on the floor. But tho
I JoM.wntforth in iHe, world's wide throng
I 'anfl'waa flnfAif 'h'al ntlH a'a. h., tVia..anrtA
her face remained so long that she couldn't
go through the door. Yankee Blade.
Y5,--C1 t Wbyhh Tarried, ,
At a leading summer hotel during the past
season Mrs. D. was among the last guests to
leave, taking her departure only when, with
the 1st of September, the closing: of the hotels
"Why is this thusly!" asked a friend. "I
thought you were going to Bar Harbor for,
r .'iYes, said Mrs. D., ye did talk, about it,
but in the 'first place'we'were perfectly com
fortable where we!were, and in the : second I
noticed that everybody who left was duly
picked to pieces 'by those who remained, so,
like the dove in the fable, I staid to protect
my reputation." .Philadelphia News
A Boom In Lots.
"I'm in on the boom," he said. He had
been hovering around her for several months.
"I'm in on the boom; I've got a lot" -
"So have I," ohe said. "I've got a lot, too."
"But I haven't any sand."
"No, I don't think you have," she said.
-There was a pause. It struck him the tone
was meaningful, so he sidled up a little
closer, and, taking her hand in a kind ot
bashful way, whispered:
"Say B'posen s'posen we put our lots to
gether." And "love's first snowdrop" simply covered
both lots. San Francisco Chronicle
c j ,,i .
A Bade Little Boy.
Mrs. Hendricks (at breakfast) I was try
ing to tell yon, my dear, Mrs. Hobson called,
Mr. Hendricks This coffee is cold.
Mrs. Hendricks Mrs. Hobson called and
Mr. Hendricks You must tell that butcher
not to send any more such steak.
Mrs. .Hendricks 1 will. As I said, Mrs.
Bobby Needn't I go to school today, ma!
Mr. .Hendricks (sternly) Robert, you
mustn't interrupt your mother when she is
talking. New York Sun.
1 r i j, (Hitting Two Professions.
First Highwayman Hello, Jim; what are
you looking so blue about!
Second Highwayman Bun against a streak
First Highwayman How was that!
.?W94 Highwayman Held up a plumber
last night; thought he'd have lots of rocks,
I Ffrit,.HIghayman 'tsurprised) Well,
Hadn't bet. ,,! ,
He told, as hchad Just been paying his sum
saers Ice bilWPittsburg Chronicle.1
s ' yi ii " I ' ., t, ,
A Kusleal Brenlng.
De Browne "Thanks, very much, for the
song, Miss Smyths. You have a divine
voice. Jk you kno why the song you have
Jat suriftistcalled the,'8wanyRiver!' "
" "I fancy," she replied,' lightly touching the
keys, "it is on account of the swans there. I
think swans are so beautiful, Mr. De
Browne." Texas Sittings.
She Liked the Boys Best.
Mother (nursery dialogue) Nellie, I have
told you a great many times not to romp
with Tommy, and you must obey me.
Nellie Could I play with him it he was a
JJellleButi wouldn't want to. Burling
tottFreePrW .,,. V J s , .
More Than It Was Worth.
rr Robinson What was the amount of you
doctor's bill, Dumleyl
Dnmley I paid him $200.
Robinson Two hundred dollars I That's
loo much. ,i ". "-4 ir F u
Dumley He saved my life, you know.
Robinson Yes, I know he saved your life.
But 200, Dumleyl That's too much. New
fr , ir-S ? qeography.
Teacher to boy who had to be corrected
frequently Can't ycu'W me where the
Blue Ridge is!) . i , '
Boy (rubbing his shoulder) No; but I can
tell you 'where the black and blue ridge is.
He it treated more rigderously than ever.
Texas Sittings. '
She Would Scallop Oysters.
"Trim the boat!" exrUlmoH Tt Pnntni.
,rathet sharply,' toihiiwlfe,, while they were
out lor an erening row.
"Don't be unreasonable," retorted Mrs.
Popinjay. "You know I haven't got the ma
terials with me." Burlington Free Press.
To the Public
Having purchased the entire inteiest of
Jos. Pascholy in the undertaking busi
ness in this city, I will hereafter devote
my especial attention to said business.
Embalming and the preparing of bodies
for removal a specialty. Orders filled
in any part of the county.
A. J. RiTTER.
ilflfltJonlia Da. Fust's Hrlcr RxxuT Ubne
IPldUablltL, 0f tho best rcmodles knows for head-
4..1W. ..U.V. . v.-w. r f .
i ,a u.ti,i, . mti-n nimp.n.irTiH udu
heart, sometimes upon nervous filsoase, ana
times upon derangement of the circulin
Ds. Fust IIsart Rrfov at ones
cahabs cnnrulblons too.oso. and SV
a jiropor uso o tho lnedlclno will preTsnt tbek W
rurrenco, either in children or adults.
0 miim Dk- rirsrs uzxvt nnwon wg
UClilUllll. Civcn iQ cases o delirium, esl, the
. W. K
excitoj brain, and hy securing res lor in
pi ouutes the restoration o health. '
w mvr is s. meaimne wmco
wul cure cases oi Neuralgia rmca raw ranouw
h vo failed to roach, as It exercises a deuble tam
eaco, in ono caso over the circulation, and la tna
ether over thi nerves. '
At drugslsts. 'UB0. DescrtpUve toeattsewss
scch botus; or address
( a !f,n
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For ladies and children whose lasSees;
not be odeniledwith impunity, UAMBURS
FIGS form a remly for ooastlpaUm, In
digestion, riles and liver complaints which
la as cleaeant to take as it U eaeettro Ic
At all Druggists ; or Address '
6nnd II Froi.t 8t Franclsoo, Cat.
Notice of Transmuted Home
(Homestead Application No. 213.) '
United States Lanb Office, 1
Tucson, Arizoha, Sept, so, 88f. j
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Register
and Receiver of the U, S, land office at Tucson,
Arizona, on the 19th day ol November, 1887, viz:
Simon Madrid of Tres Alamos, Arizona, for the
W H of the N K H and E ii N W X Sec 21,
Twpi6SR2oE, Gila and Salt River meri
dian. He names the following 'witnesses to prove,
his continuous residence upon, and cultivation
of, said land, viz: Romaldo Torres, Pablo
Horcasitas, Miguel Rosas, Felix Ruis, all of
Tres Alimos, Arizona, w
A. D. Duff, Register.
Notice of Homestead Proof.
(Homestead Application No. 175.")
United States Land Office,--Tucson,
Ariz., Sept. 29, 1887. J
Notice is hereby given that the following1
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Register
and Receiver of the U. S. land office at Tucson '
Arizona, on the 22d day of November, 1887,'
viz : Jesus Dias, of Tres Alamos, A. T for the
W J? and N E of S W H and S W X oi
N W X Sec 32, Twp 15 S R 20 E.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and culUvaUoc of
said land, viz: Antonia Grijalva J. D Allen,
Antonia fonaderan, Roman Pacneco',all ol
A. D. Duff, Register.
Marks & Wittig's
Hair-cutting, Shaving, Sham
pooing in the highest style of the
HARE & PAGE, Proprietors
Allen Street, above Occidental Hotel. .
The best saddle horsea, jand
driving rigs in the city. Parti
cular attention paid to outfits for
long trips. . '
$500 REWARD. ;
The undersigned hereby of
fer Five Hundred Dollars for
the arrest and conviction of
the person or persons" who
brutally murdered Nicholas
McCormick on August 25th,
1&87, about three miles from
COPPER QDEEN CON. MINING C,0.
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, r(la'te
private of said troop) at Sul
phur Springs, Arizona, on the
29th of September, 1887.' '
Geo. Williams, '
U. S, Deputy Mineral Surveyor and
City Engineer, surveys, maps and reports
onmines a specialty. All work, per
formed at reasonable prices. Land
surveys and applications made promptly.
Best ol references given,
H. B. Maxson,
Office 316 Filth St.
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APPLICATIONS FOR PATENT.
(First Publication Sept. 10, 1887.)
APMJCATiejf FOB V. 8. PATENT NO. 489.
Netlee of Application or Charles W. Leach
for alT. 8, ratrnt for North 1'olut
United States Land Office, )
Tucson, Ariz., Septembers, A. D. 1887.
I Toaix-Whom it Mav Concern :
Notice is hereby given that Charles W.
Leach, whose postotfice address Is Tombstone,
Arizona, has filed an application in this office
for a United States patent for fourteen hundred
linear feet of the North Point mining claim,
vein, lode or mineral deposit, bearitig silver and
gold! with Surface ground six hundred feet in
wi4'h. lying and being situated in the Tomb
stone Mining District, County of Cochise and
Territory of Arizona. And the said Charles
W. Leach being now about to make application
through this office to the United States for a
patent fit said mining claim, which claim is
more fully and particulary described as to metes
and bounds by the official plat -and field notes
thereof, now on file with the Register of the U.
S.,land office at Tucson, Arizona, which field
notes? of survey describe the boundaries and ex
tent of said claim on the surface with magnetic
variation at 11 43' E as follows, to-wit:
. .Beginning at the Initial monument at a 4 inch
gist marked I. M. North Point M. C. No. 1,
am which U, S, M..M. No. z bears S 36" 37'
W "345 feet, comer to sections 1 and 2 N
boundary T 20 S R 3 E bears N 5 41' V 8045
feet; thence N 50 41' 386 feet to a 4 inch post,
maikedN. P.,M. C. No. '2; thence N2237'
E 1403 feet to a1 4 inch 'post marked N. P. M.
C. NO. 3; thence .S50" 41' E 300 feet to a 4
inch post marked ,N. P. M. C No. 4; thence S
50 41" ' K' 30b ' feet to1 a 4 inch post
marked N. -P.' M. C. No. 5; thence S
aa 54' W 1373 feet to a 4 inch post marked N.
P. M. C. No. 6; thence N 55 56' W 300 feet to
post.Na 1, the' place ot beginning. Contain
ing 9.563 acres. Said mining claim Is also of
record in the office of the1 County Recorder of
the County of Cochise and Territory of Arizona.
The presumed general course or direction of
the said North Point vein, lode or mineral de
posit being shown 'as nearps can be determined
from ,. present developments, upon the said
official plat filed with the Register as aforesaid.
This ; claim being for fourteen hundred linear
feet,thereof,vtogether with the surface ground
shown upon said plat; the vein, lode and min
ing prernisei'SOUght to be patented are bounded
as follow; to-wit On the south by the Conten
tion and 'Silver Quarter; on the west by the
Silver'Thread'and Silver Belt; on the east by
the.Cincjnnati and Cocopah, with which it con
flicts. Said claim is designated as lot No. 193,
and a9 survey No. 808 on' said official plat.
Anv and all Dersons claiming adversely the
mining ground, vein, ' lode and premises or any J
portion tnereoi, so eescriDea, surveyed, piattea
and patent applied for, are hereby notified, that
unless ineir adverse claims are amy nieu wun
the Register of the U. S. land office at Tucson,
in the Territory of-Arirona, during the sixty.
.. ... ..-... .. .. .... ,--,
laaysTpuuiicauon 01 mis notice, tney win De ior-
ever harrea Irpm asserting any sucn claims.
' And 1 hereby order that this notice be pub
lished for fen (10) weeks in the Tombstone
Weekly Epitaph, a newspaper published in the
town of Tombstone, County of Cochise, in the
f , , .A D. Duff, Register.
t.1.1. (First'Publication Sept io, 1887.)
' APPLICATION FOB l". .PATENT NO. 488.
; Vft 1 4 r'l - j
Nstlcc sf the Application or W, J, Taylor
for a Patent, to Jthe Perseverance
, f. v United States Land Office, )
Tucson; Arit, September's, A. D. 1887. )
To all-Whom it May Concern:
.,, Notice, is hereby given that W. J. Taylor,
whose postoffice address is Tombstone, Arizona,
'has filed his application in this office for a U. S.
patent to eleven hundred and thirty-five and
3-10 linear feet of the Perseverance milling
claim, vein", lode Or 'mineral deposit, bearing
silver and gold, with 'surface ground six hundred
feet in. width, lying and being situated within
the Tombstone Mining District, County ol
Cochise and Territory of Arizona. And the
said W.J. Taylor is about making application
through this office to the United States for a
patent to 'said mining claim, which said claim
is more fully and particularly de'cnbed as to
metes and bounds by the official plat and field
notes of the survey thereof, now on file in the
office of the Register of the.U, S. land office at
Tucson, Arizona, which field nots of suivey
describe ' the boundaries and extent ol said
claim on the surface, with magnetic variation at
it 4V-East as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at the initial monument a 4 inch
postmarked 1. M. Perseverance M. C INo. 1;
thence S 70 44 E 300 feet to a 4 inch post
marked P. M.- C."No.' 'a; thence N 17 23' E
999.5 feet to a 4 ineh post marked P. M. C. No.
3: thence N 43!4a' W 300 feet to a 4 inch post
marked P. M. C No. '4, from which post ttie
IT: S 'M."M. No. 6 bears S 83 02' E 6894 feet;
the corner of sections one and two north bound
ary T so S aa E bears N 30 2 E 18,083 feet
thence N 43' 42" W300 feet to a 4 inch post
marked P. 'M, C? No, 5; thence S 19 16 W
1 135. 3 feet to a 4 inch post marked 1 M. C.
No. 6; thence S 43 V E 300 feet to post No. 1
the place of beginning. Containing 13.90
acres. Said minintr claim is also of record in
the office of the'Cdum Recorder of the Co anty
otlGcluse ana 1 errltory of -Arizona, ana the
presumed' general course or direction of the
said vein, lode or mineral deposit being shown
as near as can be determined from present de
velopments .uponhesaid official plat filed with
the Register of the land office as aforesaid.
The said veinjjodeatid mining premises, hereby
sought to be patented being bounded as follows,
toiwit:1' Northeast ty the Central M. C, on
the , Southeast by, the Comodore M. C, and
upon the Southwest by the Lillie G. M. C ;
said cliim-Is designated on 'said plat as lot No.
198,804 survey Na 814. ,
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
rotning'groimd, vein, lode or premises or any
part thereof, so described, surveyed, platted and
patenjt,appJieo for,, are hereby notified that un
less their adverse claim; are duly filed with the
Register of the U'S. land office at Tucson, in
the Territory of Arizona, durine the sixty days
publication of this notice, they will be forever
barred from -asserting any such claim.
, And I hereby .order that, .this notice be pub
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Tombstone,' Cochise County, Territory of Ari-
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APPLICATIONS FOR PATENT.
(First Publication Sept. io, 1887.)
AlTUC.lTIO FOR l'. 8, PATENT NO, 4M.
Xotlcc of Application of Charles W. Leach,
Tor a l'alcut to (lie Southern llelle
Mini us t'lalui.
United States Land Office, )
Tucson, Ariz., September 2, A. D. 1887. J
To all Whom it Mav Concern:
Notice is hereby given that Charles W. Leach
uhose postoffice address is tombstone, Arizona,
has filed an application in this office for a
United States patent for fourteen hundred and
sixth-three linear feet of the Southern Belle
mining claim, vein, lode or mineral deposit,
branng silver and gold, with surface ground
six hundred feet in width lying and being
situated in the Tombstone Mining District, in
the County ef Cochise and Territory of Ari
zona, and the said Charles W. Leach being now
about to make application through this oiiice to
the United States for a patent for said mining
claim, which claim is more fully and particularly
described as to metes and bounds by the official
plat and field notes of survey thereof now en
file with the Register of the U. S. land office at
Tucson, Arizona, which field notes of survey
describe the boundaries and extent of said
claim on the surface with magnetic variation at
ii 43' East as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at the initial monument mentioned
In the location notice, and marking the south
westerly end center of the claim, at a post 4
inches square in c mound cf stone, post marked
I. M S. B. M. C. No. 1; thence S 8o 21' E
300 feet to a 4 inch post marked S. B. M. C.
No. 2; thence N 43 i7" E 1252.7 feet to a 4
inch post marked b. B. M. C. No. 3; thence N
f8 3 W 70 leet, intersect east line of Modoc
I. C. lot No. I06, N 220 59' E 66 feet from
post marked M. M. C. No. 3, 29s feet intersect
center line of claim, N 40 33' li 135 feet trom
4 inch post marked S. B. M. C. N. 4: thence
N 89 at' W 313 feet, intersect south end line of
Michigan Central M. C so.ith 65" 04' E 30
feet from a post marked S Ex. G. C. No. 2, 315
feet intersect south end line of Modoc M. C.
lot No. 106, S 6i i8" E 29 feet from post
marked S Ex. G. C. No. 2 and 49 feet from post
marked M. X C. No. 4 351 feet intersect
easterly side line S. Ex. G. C. M. C. lot No. 43,
S385o'V 15 s feet from location monument,
a post 4 inches square marked S. B. M C. No.
5, from which U. S. M. M. No. 1 bears N 39
17' V 1207 feet distant, the quarter section
corner between sections 13 and 18 east boundary
T 20 S R 22 E bears S 79 04' K a 4 inch post
marked S. a M C No. 6; thence 8892 1' E
284 feet to post No. 1 the place of beginning
survey of exterior lines. Area 16 628 acres.
The conflict of .82 acrts with Michigan Central
M. C. is not claimed by the applicant, leaving
the net area 15 808 a :res claimed. This mining
claim is ot record in tne omce oi me iouniy
Recorder of Cochise County, in the Tetntory
1 of Arizona The presumed general course or
1 direction 01 tne said vein, lode or mineral
J deposit of the snid Southern Belle Mining
Claim being shown as near as can be determined
from present developments, upen the said official
plat thereof on file with the Register of the
l,and Office as aforesaid; the claim now sought
to be patented, befng fourteen hundred and
sixty -three linear feet thereof, together with tb
surface ground shown upon said official plat,
the same belne bounded as follows, to-wit:
I On the Northeast by the Michigan Central Lot
( XTn ...n nn .V.a Cn...V.a.r. K.. .Via V.nmnnf rrt
the Southwest by the Rodman and on the'
Northwest by the S. Ex. Grand Central Lot No
43. The same claim being designated as Lot
No.-199, and survey No. 815 en the official plat
of said mining claim filed with the Register of
the land office as aforesaid.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
mining ground, vein, lode or premises or any
part thereof, so described, surveyed, platted and
patent applied for, are hereby notified that un
less their adverse claims are duly filed with the
Register of the U. S. Land Office at Tucson, in
the Territory of Arizona, during the sixty days
publication of this notice, they will be forever
barred from asserting any suh claims.
And I herel.y order dial this notice be pub
lishtd for ten (10) weeks in the Tombstone
Weekly Epitaph, a newspaper published in
the Town of Tombstone, in the County of
Cochise, 1 erritory of Arizona.
A. D. Duff, Register,
In the Justice's Court, of Precinct Na One,
County ot Cochise, Territory of Arizona, Be
fore Jno. C. Easton, a Justice of the Peace.
Frank Hare, plaintiff, vs. J, D. Merchant, anon
resident, defendant. Action brought in said
Justice's Ceurt, and the complaint hied in the
said Court by the saia Justice of the Peace in
the said County of Cochise, on the 9th day of
'I he Territory of Arizona sends greeting, to
I . D. Merchant, a non-resident of the Territory of
Arizona, defendant, you are hereby summoned
and required to appear in an action brought
against you by the above named plainthf in the
said Justice's Court, before said Justice of the
Peace, at his office on Allen street, Cityot
Tombstcne, Cochise County aforesaid, and to
answer the said complaint filed therein, within
five days (exclusive of the day of service) after
the service on you of this summons, if served
within this precinct, or if served without this
precinct, but in this County, within ten days;
or if served out of this County within fifteen
days; otherwise within twenty days, or judg
ment by default will be taken against you ac
cording to'the pra)erof said complaint The
said action is brought to recover a judgment
against you for the sum of Ninty Five dollars
and 6j cents due by an account for money
paid for you on a bill of Exchange, and a livery
bill with interest iheron, and you re hereby
notified that if you fail to appear and answer
the said complaint, as above required, theplajn
tiff will apply for judgment by default against
you for said sum and all costs.
Given under my hand at my said office this
10th day of Ncv. A. D, 1887.
Jno. C Easton,
Justice of the Peace in and f.r said Precinct,
County and Territory.
In the District Court of the First Judical
District, of the Territory of Arizona, in and for
the County of Cochise, Hattie Edgington
plaintiff, vs. John Edgington, defendant
Action brought in the District Court of the
First udicial District of the Territory of Ari
zona, in and for the County of Cochise, and
the complaint filed in the said County of Co
chise, in the office of the Clerk of said District
Court TheTtrritory of Arizona sends greet
ing to John Edgington, defendant.
You are hereby required to appear in an action
brought against you by the above named
plaintiff, in the District Court of the First
Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in
and for the County of Cochise, and to answer
the complaint filed theiein, within ten days
(exclusive of the day of service), after the seryice
on you of this summons (if served within this
county; or if served out of this county, but in
tins nistrict, within twenty days; otherwise
within thirty days), or judgment by default will
be taken against )ou according to the prayer of
The said action is brought to recover a de
cree of divorce upon the grounds of ron-support
and cruelty as fully appears by the complaint
and vou are hereby notified that, if
you fail to appear and answer the said com
plaint, as above required, the said plaintiff will
awply to the court for judgment and decree of
divorce, as prayer for in said complaint
Given under my hand and seal of the Dis
trict Court of the Fiist Judicial District of the
Territoryof Arizora, in and for the County of
Cochise, this 5th day of November, in the year of
our Lord one thousand tight hundred and eighty
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(Estate of Antonia Edmonds, deceased.)
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