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TOMBSTONE, AIUZONA. JUNE S. 18SJ.
OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF TOMHSTONK
rUDHSHKD BY THE
Epitaph Printing and Publishing Go
Sntanel l'tirdy, Keillor and .llannjser,
OOlce, ais and 3iT Fremont Street,
Oi'lj ,(Jjl'.v?rP(l Dy -.arrtcr)... ,83 cents per week.
Billy, ono jear 810 00
DiUy, six months S 00
I) illy.threo months 3 CO
Weekly, one yeir o 00
Vekly, slxinonths : 2 60
Weekly, ibree months 1 W
tViCoteietl at the Tombstone postofflco as second-class
The Territorial Democratic Coutial Committee
Is thoroughly reorganized suit made ready for the
fill. earapalgu As now conitltuted It l as fol-ows:
Fred O. Hughes
A. 0. Baker
K. d. Cook
1". R. Brady
C. H. Cooley
A. E. de Corse
.Ueo. II. btevrns
W. W. JONES. Chairman.
A. D. l.Eiiof, of Phoenix, Sccrcla-y.
For tlio Democratic Nomination
As Delegate to CouKresM,
Cranclllo H. Oxxry.
The Tucson paper in which was
published the communication of
"Union," editorially comments upon
the sad condition of Cochi.ie county
affairs. As compared with Pima
certainly this county U in u happy
state. Although only created less
than two years ago, and undergoing
the heavy expense attending organi
sation, its indebtednesss, we are in
formed, is less than 830,000, while
that of Pima reaches up to $200,000.
Yet the latter is one of tho oldest
counties in tho Territory, and had tho
resources of both seotlons from which
to derive revenue. The hospital ex
pense here is $1.11 per head,aorainst
91.20 there. In regard to tho pur
chase of a site for the court house,
the Board of Supervisors was unable,
until now, to secure perfect title.
Hitherto, whenever a selection
was mado tho Board was threat
ened with an injunction by ad
verse claimant. In regad to
the accumulation of money in tbo
treasury, there is no one who could
have profited by its use oxcept tho
Treasurer himself, and he is a Re
publican. Further, the majority of
the members of the Board has been
both Democratic and Republican at
different times, and thorq can be no
t partisan oharges. Considering hos
pital charges, there will be found
among the records of Pima county a
bill of a Republican county physi
cian for 85,500, or thereabouts, with
out a voucher or specified item. A bill
reading simply, "for professional
services rendered," and specifying
nothing as to what those services
consisted of. The ohargos, made
by tho letter are of no
political moment to the Epi
taph, as they convey no attack, ex
eept in a&scrtion, against the honesty
of the Democratic party, hut wtv be
lieve thia county has been unjustly
asperstd by a journal that oau find a
much larger field for investigation
Thk nomination of General J. 15.
Stoneman by tho Democrats of Cali
fornia is a sure guarantoe of a grand
Demooratio victory at the ensuing
State eleotion. While the partisans
of each of the candidates before tho
Convention wera warm in advooaoy
of their friends, still all can unite
in support of Stoneman. A
man with a life record stain
less, always known as a warm
advocate of the people, the oituens
of California will rally to hia support
and bear him in triumph to tho chair
of State, His aimy recoul is second
to none in this country. In him was
combined the dash of Custoi, the
skill ot J. 10. B. Stuart, and the per
severance of Sheridan. In civil life
ho lias equally distinguished himself.
Possefssed of good judgment, oilm
determination and steady will, he
will make an executive that the
Golden State may be proud of. His
olovation to the gubernatorial chair
will bo the promise of an 'honest
administration, and an assurance to
ttta people i.f protection from both
tlb cormorant and the commune.
Osb of the Tucson papers of th
Tiud inst. contains u long communi
cation dated Tombstone, and signed
Union. It lays a long list of sins to
tho Democratic administration of the
(iirairs of Cochise county, which is
rather a flat proposition considering
lhn fact that the Democratic party
has never had anything to do with
the administrative or other control of
this county. The county oflioials
vera all appointed by a Repuhliccn
governor, and, good or bad, the dis
credit or credit lies not with the Oe
rnooracy. One assertion of the let
ter has. a comical sound that the
Republican paper, but just itarted
in this city, only promises Re
publicanism but is in fact a .small
portion of a venal pie-s. Truly, the
way of the righteous is hard, and our
evening contemporary has our warm
Tin: California Democratic Con
vention has not yet concluded its
labors. The honor of a gubernato
rial nomination is eagerly sought,
and the friends of the different can
didates are making a determined
effort in behalf of their favorites.
The proceedings were conducted with
as muoh good nature as it is possible
to display in a lopresontative body
where some hundreds of intellectual
men are placed in mental contaot.
As- will bo seen by a glance at the
latest dispatches from the scene ol
action, George Hearst is ahead, with
General .1. B. Stoneman a good sec
ond. Messrs. Johnson, Taylor, Berry
and Archor loom up in tho rear with
a possible chance of either of them
becoming a dark horse before the
race is over. From present appear
ances, the chances of Mr. Hearst
seem the best. His vote incieased
twenty-five between tho fust and
All the candidates before the
convention aro men of sterl'ng quali
ties and old time Democratic princi
ples. Thore is not one of them that
would not reflect orcdit on the state
in the event of his being called to
the gubernatorial chair, and either of
them could be elocted Governor of
California by an overwhelming
majority. Tho principle adopt
ed by the convention of calling
the candidates before the body to
subscribe to tho platform is worthy of
emulation in every state in the
Union. There, with the principles
of tho party before him, tho candi
date stops forward and suubscribes
to its docrine. Then when elected
to office his constitutes can rvatch his
course of action, upraid him with
treaohery if he violates the principles
ho subscribed to, and commend his
honor and honesty if he remains faith
ful to his vows.
In this instance it must be a pecu
liar pleasure for the gentlemen who
stood on the platfoun at San Jose, to
adopt the principles enunciated.
There is not a plank in the platform
that tho most couscieutous citizen
could not stand on, and with a Jack
sonian Democrat to lead tho van,
tliero is not a doubt of Democratic
The Star is in favor of loaving the
selection of the Superintendaut
of Public Instruction to a joint com
mittee from the conventions of both
pai ties. The plan is not a good one,
unless thete can be found a man
whose educational interests are so
great that his mind contains uo room
for political ideas. The suggested
machinery for selection would be apt
to. be thrown out of gear, in tho fact
that the committees might not agree.
In disagreement, what resource could
there bo? "We join tho Star in tho
belief that the office of Superintend
ant of Public Instruction is not strict
ly a political one, but advocate the
nominations in the regular way, leav
ing the result to the individual opin
ions of voters, a to the fitness of
candidates. The Republican nomi
nee was choson at last election,
simply because tho Democratic par
ly selected a minister of the gospel
of a pronounced creed, aud thus
brought into play religious and non
political antagonisms. The public
schools should bo entirely separated
from church influence, and belief in
that doctrine resulted in the election
of Mr. Shortnan. Further, the Epi
taph advocates an uncompromising
THE TOMBSTONE EXHIBIT.
We wero particularly attracted, at
the meeting of the Common Council
last evening, by the glib manner in
which the clerk read off the names of
the difi'eient gambling games known
to the fraternity. It carried us back
to the time, long ago, when we used
to sit mid listen to a staid man
dtawling out from behind a wiie
mask, ,l Game's made, gentlemen
all .set all down no more." That
fellow always carried a lake, but
there is nothing rakish about Quig-lov.
.) udgi.no from the proceedings of
tho City Council last nigl.t, the two
smallpox patients of Tombstone must
have been exceedingly fastidious in
the way of clothes. Fie suits of
new clothes would thess five editots
or seven reporteis for six ye.us. The
extra suit must have botheied the
lucky patients, but they probably
shook dice for it.
Thk City Council has punctured
tho gis bladder by annulling the
franchise. It is now open fot some
body else to blow it up again. It is
past finding out what Emanuel will
do, but Dunbar is stocking a Repub
lican newspaper with his shaie of the
John J. (jWKii, the llambiltouiitu
stallion of tho iit-pu1 lican party, is
making a huiJ. Ijylit fut nomina
tion as Delegate
NO CHOICE YET.
Hearst Ahead with Stoneman
Clost' at His Heels.
The l'eiinsjlvuiilu Nlulnnittt liao an
other utli-iliic ut Ilnrrisbitr-r.
Sax Jose, Cal., June 22 The con
vention was called to order at 9:30,
Boggs pi esiding.Lovell of SantaGlara
placed in nomination for governor
Lawrenoo Archer. C Y. Quilly of
Santa Clara, seconded the nomina
tion; Wallace l.each of San Diego,
also seconded the nomination of
Archer. Ball ot Yolo,, eulogized Jo
Hamilton, and withdrew his name
because of illness.
Sax Jose, Cal., June 22. Dr.
Shorb explained that he could not
vote to maintain a tule in a Demo
cratic Convention so infernally
mean that the Republican party had
repudiated it. Tins exoited the ire
of an Alameda delegate, and a side
scene looked imminent. The con
vention refused to sustain the chair
by a vote of ICG ayes to 28G noes.
Scenes of confusion followed. The
chair ordeied a roll of the Alameda
delegation and more confusion
ensued. Many indignant lemaiks
were made by delegates concerning
those who came to the convention to
break their pledged instructions to
bAx. Josk, Cal., June 22. Great
confusion followed tho announce
ment of the result of tho first ballot.
A motion for a recess till 1:30 was
carried. Hearst's vote disappointed
The president announced that can
didates, according to the resolution,
would now subscribe to the platform
before balloting was begun.
Clay M. Taylor was first intro
duced amid great applause, and in
dorsed the platform in bohalf of
Johnson next was introduced and
the applause was tremendous.
Ho indorsed every Democratic
platform, and abided by the declara
tions of Democratic conventions.
Ho would lead tho party to victory
if nominated, and if not would cheer
fully support the nominee. He ox
pressed contempt for tho hired poli
ticians who came tliero to howl mo
nopoly against him. He refeired to
his anti-corporation record.
George Hearst's name was hailed
with applause. He said he should
diappoint those who expected a set
speech; he was more of a worker
than a talker. Ho said he thought
ho understood tho wants of tho peo
ple, and indorsed overy line of tho
platform. Ho said he would give
them an honest administration if
elected, and if not nominated he
would work for the nominee.
Ho referred to Jus constant employ
ment of white men and was willing
to be judged by his record. Gen
eral Stoneman was loudly cheered,
and eiidorsed tho platform. He offered
as security for his future, his re cord
in the past and condemned any third
party movement. Archer spoke at
length, endorsing the platform and
reviewing many of the principal po
litical issues of the country. The
convention then proceeded to ballot
and a fight arose at once over the
unit rule. Alameda voted solid f r
Stoneman. Gibbons claimed the
right of voting according to his own
convictions. McCleverty, Chairman
of the Alameda delegation said that
delegates had been insttuoted to v ote
as a unit.
Gibbons did not recogni.tr tin
unit rule, and stigmatized the; .-u-
tempt to enforce it as a piece of ma
chine bossism, and moved, as the
sense of the convention, that each
delegate should voto as he saw lit.
Hirschberg of Alameda read the
resolution of the Alameda county
convention instructing tho delegates
to vote as a unit for the choice of
The chair ruled in favor of the
An appeal was taken and a toll
First ballot, Hearst 12G, Johnson
G7, Stoneman 117, Berry Gr, Tavlor
GO, Archer 20.
Second Ballot,Hearst 128, Johnson
C5, Tavlor Gl, Berry CGjStonemanl 17.
Third Ballot, Hearst 128, Stone
man 123, Johnson G3, Tavlor G2, Ber
ry GG, Archer 12.
Fourth Ballot, Hearst 134, Stone-
man 120, Johnson G2, Taylor ,2 Mer
ry 55, Archer 8.
Fifth Ballot, Hearst 143, Stone
man 122 Johnson 55, Taylor 91, Ber
ry 47, Archer 9.
Hearst gained 3 in Contra Costa,
and 1 in San Diego. A motion to
adjourn was lost.
Sixth Ballot, Hearst 146, Stone
man 130, Johnson 52,Taylor ?(,, Ber
ry 23, Archer 9.
Bofore the 7th ballot, a motion
was made to adjourn. The chaii de
clared it lost.
Seventh Ballot, HearstloO, Stone
man 13G, Johnson 52, Taylor 92,
Beny 17. The convention adjourn
until 9 a. m., to-monow.
Array of Ore Specimens! at the
Yesterday evening an Ei'iTArii repot ter
took a trip through the specimens of ore
so far collected In tho Commissioner's
ofllce. We venture tho prediction that no
mineral district in the Union ill have
such a liberal evidence ol its mineral
wealth and richness. As jet the cabinet
is far from being completed, but Is being
added to dally, and tlieie is hardly a doubt
but by the 'time it will be necessary to
start to tho exposition nearly every claim
in the district will be represented. Air.
Sorin is tireless iu his etforts to collect
specimens, and his energy u being re
warded with success.
Tho following is u partial list of the
mines so tar rcpteseuted : The Tombstone
JI. and Jl. Company, comprising the
Toughnut, Good Enough, West tiide,
Lucky Cuss, Owl's Last Hoot aud Owl's
IS est, have a splendid exhibit. From the
West Side there is a specimen ussoa ing
388 ounces in gold and 'J ,839.1 8 ounces iu
silver, aud another yielding 21.88 ounces
in gold and 2,005.7 ounces iu silver. Some
Way Up specimens of grey caibonutc trotn
the dump, that may bo called a fair avet
age, give 188.25 in silver with a liberal
trace of gold. From the same dumn thete
are specimens of brown aud grey chlot ides
combined, cairying 13.3!) gold and 32)81
silvei. A fair average of the Wav Up
dump will assay 380.70.
Tho Iugersoll has aUo a line display.
Some large chunks of rock taken inegu
larly front the face of the recent strike for
a distance or live feet, will assay 200
ounces iu nUvet. Severn! five specimens
of yellow chToride, are also on exhibition,
showing a lespcctable amount of gold and
171 44-100 hi silver. Some snecimens of
green chloride, copper-stained, can also
be seen that are not only attractive to the
eye but worth several hundred dollar per
ton. Somo specimens ol brown carbonate
and yellow chloride can alo be aeon that
assay 533 55-100 in silver.
The Empire exhibit lies b the side of
the Iugersoll, and makes -a very creditable
showing. A specimen taken out 434 lect
trom the surtace will assay 28 per cent
lead, 30.70 in gold and C3.il iu silver. A
niaety-poum' specimen shows 50.C0 gold
and 119.83 silver. A specimen of gietn
chloride fiom the 400-foot level gives 21.7
in gold and 377.9 In silver; Another
lair sized chunk of oro taken fiom the 400
foot level assays 220 85 in gold and 1977.
85 in silver, making a total of 2 180 94 A
specimen lrom the Bronco gives C8 per
cent lead, a trace of gold and 184 37 in sil
ver. The Eden Lass is represented by a
specimen, assaying 187.5 In silver. From
tho Dwarf, near tho Bradshaw, there is a
specimen giving 2.07 in gold and 135.11 in
silver. The Sunset is represented by a
specimen of green chloiide and horn sil
ver assaying 188.89 in silver. Fiom the
same mine there is a specimen containing
horn silver that will assay 748.83.
The Luck Suie makes a very good allow
ing. This claim is stripped on the surface
for 400 teet, and a fair average assay pick
ed out from the length will assay 259.10.
A sample taken from five specimens of the
Lema Consolidated, assajs 303.03 Mr.
Sorin .has also many fine samples and
specimens of ore from Tin tnion?, Iltiucltti
ca, Lone Star and Chiriahua. Thirty
fino mines in this district are engaged in
preparing their exhibit, and it is expected
that it will be on exhibition iu a few daj-s.
Some flue specimens of fire clay from the
northwest shaft of the Toughnut is alto on
exhibition. Fifteen of the district mines
arc so far represented, and among those
actually engaged in preparing specimens
are the Grand Central, Contention, Girard,
Tranquility, Sulphuret,Cincinnatiand oth
ers of tho large producers. We learn from
Mr. Sorin that the managers of the expo3i
tion are not crowding Arizona, so far as
spaco is concerned. The exhibit
will bedisplajed on tables, 30xG3 inches
in base, eight inches in front and eighteen
inches in ihe back. Ho has already or
dered the tables at Denver. They will be of
ash top and pine bottom aud back, with
vale locks, and two glasses on top 80x28,
Each specimen will beset by itself on a
paper tray. The tables will bo arranged
in little groups, with in tei slices between
to admit of spectators walkiug aiouud
them. It is also calculated to take somo
samples of ore from tho bins, which will
be placed in glass jars, so that spectators
can see the ore as it goes to the mill.
Some very fine oie will also be placed in
glass tubes about an inch in diameter, for
the curious to more particularly examine.
The commissioner-general will provide a
book in which the district commissioners
are expected to enter a minute description
of every property from which they have
ore specimens. The allair is being ably
managed, aud we have no doubt but An.
youa will come out of the great exposition
with flying colors. It Is, however, a mut
ter of gieat necessity that every mau own.
ing or managing a mlnlug claim iu the
district should hasteu to supply the distiict
commissioner with specimens, of ore.
Theie is not much time to loose now, and
ovcrv mine and pfopeot in the district
should '" represented.
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THE TltOJAX DISTRICT. ,
A Klch 4i-oup of .lllm-H Scar Arizona, i
A correspondent of the- Sail Hetnaidino
nines rui-eimy iaiu a visit hi noviuence,
in the Trojan mluing district, and gave
the leaders of the paper named a lesume
of his impressions. Providence camji is
in San Bernardino county, about 50 miles
west of the Colorado river, fifteen miles
east of the old Arizona toad and about 140
miles northwest of San Bernardino.
When connection is made between the A.
& P. aud S. P. railroads the camp will be
fifteen miles lrom the rails. We give a
condensation of the correspondent's opin
ions. Troau district was discovered
about two veais ago by two nrospeclors
namrd II. It. Dwycr aud Richard Gor
man, who located several rich claims.
About eighteen months ago a ricli disrov
eiy was made about a mile and a half fiom
Gorman and Dwyer's oiiginal discovery,
the first dxlccn assays averaging over $.100
per tou. Some ore was shipped to San
Francisco and attracted the attention ot
the well known expert I). B. Gillette, Jr, and a moie thorough gentleman it
In icipotiiu to a cull lrom tho
Major, a large number of cinens assem
bled at the City ll.ill lust evening, to take
action, looking to the proper celebration
of the nations birthday, dipt. W. II.
Scamans was called to the chair and Mr.
L. F. Blackburn was chosen secretary. The
chair explained the object of the meeting
and called for an expression ol opinion.
.Indue l. T. Colby made a -titling speech,
in which he as-erted that Ameticans
should neu-1 niigei to telebiatc tho natal
day of Columbia. The celebration of thu
Fouilh ol July K'tninds Americans oi the
glorious deeds of '70, and ills of the ut
most t ousequenco that the rising genera
tion should lie acquainted with the cunts
of that period.
.Mr. M. S. Smith beiutt called ttpou, iol
lowdd In a like strain, mid said he hoped
that the people of Torn listens would be
behind no community in the Union in
propcrlv observing Independence day.
Toiubstoue w .is one ofthc liveliest and most
inteiiselv Anieiic mtonnsin thosouthwest,
and he hopid it medtdno f-veitions to
call on! n pi oj cr celebration of the Amei
icau ila ot dnjs.
Othci gentlemen lo,loed in warm ad
vocacy ut a big i cMiutlou, and, on mo
tion, the officers (( ihe meeting were in
strucicd to publish a call in the Ei'mwi
for a genc-al meeting ot citleus, to he
held, at the (oiiit-hou-e nol Satuiday
cvenlng.wheu adequate prep.ua! Ions would
be mace for the rclcbrailmiof lhn gloiious
Fouilh. 'Ihe mci-tni; llun tdjouriiod un
til neU Sat unlay evening.
Judge M. A. Lure ol Sau Diego, sajs
the San Diego UuUii leceived a letter
from Messis. Cabol and Ickholf. engaged
iu the survey of the -Ilec Line" lailroid
route. The letter is dated at Altai, In the
Slate of Souou, June 7th, the eugiiieeis
haviug anived theie on tue piecediug
day. They say in llieir letter-
"The country passed over is veiy luvoia.
bio to a railroad, and is much belter agn
culturally than we hud expected, only
needing a very little water, which there is
every reason to believe could be easily got
by boiing Altar has imptessed us veiy
favoiably, appealing thnfty and very fer
tile. There appears to bu a latge mining ic
giou hereabout, aWo tributaiy lo the
They o from Allar lo a point twenty
miles southeast of Culab.-isis where the
line will lap the Sonoia r-iihoad. Fiom
theie the load will be continued on the A.
& T. M. lo Kcndel), lrom which point a
line will be tun direct lo Deming vh
Tombtoue. We understand a survey par.
tyw us started fiom Deming a few d.is
ago to locate the load lo Ibis city .
To.MnsTO.su, Juno 22, 1882.
To rm. K'iitok ok 'run Ernurit Sir:
I am botli surprised and annoyed at a
challenge appealing iu your paper of
Wednesday, trie 21st instant, ptn porting lo
come from my biother, for mc to light auy
Cornishman iu town for $500.
There must bo some mistake In this
matter, as I never fought any mau, Corn
nish or any other, except in self defense,
nor do I mean lo do so, prize lighting not
beiug in my line
Vou will confet a favoi by inserting
this in yr.ui next issue. Itespeclfully
yours, AMinnvv Gauiiett.
Jack Martin, who claimed to have re
ceived the challenge Itom Mr. Ganett's
brother, was the Ei'iT.vrn's authority for
the announcement. .Mm tin claimed that
he had accepted the challenge, aud that
the fight would tome off iu a shoittime,
if nothing interfered to prevent it.
Bhnsok, A. T., June 22, 1882.
Nothing of impoitance has trans
pired at this place since in last.
Tho smelting company's works have
a well sunk 100 feet, with no pros
pects of water vet. They have
about fifteen men at work on the
giade, and a large amount of tim
bers, etc., on the giotind, but it will'
be some time yet bcfoie- .they are
ready foi business. The A. T. & P.
company have about forty nun em
ployed grading down a knoll at the
intersection of the S. P. A. T. V.
company's roads just below town.
Tho S. P. company are laying new
water pipes from their tank pump at
the river to their tank in town, upon
which woik quite a number ol men
are employed. Judge Thomas Wal
lace of Tombstone is visiting this
Mr. Ilarrv Heardou, of this place,
killed a snake yesterday in the sub
urbs of town meastiiing G feet and
8 inches in length. Iluirv is pale
There is something wrong in the
mails between heie and Tombstone,
but whcie the fault lies is hard to
tell. However, out i-,i'ii ii'ii com
The genial Billv, Knapp, an old
timer at Tombstone, and fortneily
mixologist for Col. H. . Ha fiord at
that place, in now doing the honors
in the same line behind tho counter
of John Maguire at this place. Billy's
friends are legion.
Mr. John C. Bulldid, bi other of
the late Capt. C. M. Bullard, passed
through heie yesterday on his way
to Tombstone to receive the remains
! ol his lamented biother. Mr. Bul-
laul has the heaitlet sympathy of
the writer of this in his .sad bei pave
ment. We knew Capt. Bttllaid
long and well, and a kindlier heatt,
a braver man, a more sinccie friend,
. It. t
21E0 VU 00
Delinquent Xotlcc j
moMUbroNn consolidated gold and
JL alhcr MmliH' Uuinimny. Location of nrlncl-
lul plscc (if ImUnefi', boa Fraud co, California.
Location 01 work, lorausujne. i;o(uifc county,
NOTICIJ. There nc delinquent, ujion the fol
lowing devcririctl eUh.!.-, mi account of aefe.6munt
No. 2, levied on tho IOthdsv ol May, ie82, the
eeveml amount pet oppoltithe names ol the rc-
ipcciirc 'naieuouerp, us imiond
(eirces Montgomcij, .
Oeo h .MonsKoniiry
tlto H Montgomery
OhRrles A JloriiC, trustee ,
bpencer t! lliuwoc ,
Hpcntci C llrouue
Spencer C Urowun.
V V Weston, trustee
V V Wenton, truMcc....
V V Weston, trustee
T V Weston, trustee
l'F Weston, trustee
V F Wiston, trustee....
FF Weston, trustee....
F 1' We stou, tmsteo
F V Weston, truntee
F F Wchton, trustee
FF Weston, trustee....
F 1' Weston, trustee....
F 1" Weston, trustee
F F Weston, trustee...
F F Weflou, tins' ec....
IT Weston, trtstee
F F Weston, truetcc....
FF Weston, trustee....
F I' Weston, tiU'tec....
K F Weston, trustee'....
F F Weston, trustee
F 1' Weston, trustee....
V F VVcston, trusieo....
F I' Weston, tru'tec-
F V Weston, tijistee . .
FF Weslufr, tllstee...
FFWesti'i, trustee , .
F 1 Wcsio.i, trustee. . .
V F Weston, trustee.. .
F 1' Weston, nustee. ..
F r Westoif. ttnUee
F F WVslon, trustee....
I' F W'estou, trustee
N U Ccrrell
(1 11 McDonald
(i II McDonald
(i II McDonald
(1 II McDonald
O II McDonald
CI II McDonald
T b Atherton, trustee
T h Athcrlon, trustee....,
T b Alheiton, trustee-....
T b Atherton, trustee-.. .,
TS Alheiton, liuitee-..
T S Atherton. trustee....
IT WestoiJ.trustee ts
(Icorfte II l'erry, trusty.-.. 104
(Jeorge II 1'errj, trustee .. 105
K Niule 10
K BYorle 21
Henry Itoberts 22
O A Morse 24
WII Drajton 31
W1I Drayton 01
W 11 Drajton. v 6
Adcle Chase 33
Nancy Barlow.... :M
KrallfoM Walton 2Itf
liustae Peterson, trustee 203
(iustae I'ctcrson, trustee 200
Gustavo l'etcrson, trustee 207
Gustavo l'eterson,tnutee ttl-i
II T Ejrgers, trustee 217
II T Ee'gcrs, tiustee 218
II T Eiajers, lrutec 21!)
IITKcgers, t.nstee.... 220
HTE;scrs, trnstce '221
II T Jiggers, trustee 222
J C Kemlntou 172
.IJ.I Bufflugtou, trntce.... 1SL
.1 M. Buftlngton, tni'tee 190
? if Bjfflnaton, trustee.... I'll
.1 M Buaingtou, trii-te-"-.. 1S3
J M DuftlLgton, tms.ee . l!i
JM Bullludton, tntitee.... 1W
J .VI Iliilllujtun, trustee- 1'W
J M llumiijjton, trustee . lis)
.1 M Iiiifflnj.-ton, trustee... 200
JM Uiilllngton, trustee.... 201
J M BuflluRtoii, tiustee.... 201
J M llulllnsiton, trustee-.... 20.)
.1 M IiuffliigioD, trustee.... 204
I, I'rorstr 151
L 1'iossrr 152
Aud In accordance with law. uud all order of
the Hoard of Directors, nude on the 10th d1y of
.via, les..", so inan snaie 01 caen parcel or
stoofcns nny lie necessary, will lie sold at public
auction at tho oflicc of the conipanj, Koom, 1
and '2, Jto 100, I.eidsdorf street, San Francisco,
Cal , on Tueday, July 11th, 1882, at the hour of 2
e "clock, p. in., of said day, to pay sold delinquent
tt'sessment thereon, together will costs ofadur
Using nnrt expenses cf the sale.
F. E WEbTON,
Patent, JTov. 11,1879,
Patent. Nov. D. 1680.
llUU.-.E'S ELEUIIIU-KACIXEIIC BELT.
(Tht Only Otnuine. fint Premium State Fair.
Elertro-Slf neUs UrlM, K.w Ijljl., (101 UrUvBwU
B.lu, Eitn .Ippllu, 815 ClcClro-aiftitUd Ut, 9
GUARANTEED OM! VBAB. BEST TO TH WORU)
Will positively cere without medicine Rbeuiutum, fa
ralj sis. Is euralgta. Kidney Disease, lmpoteney. Rupturn,
Liver Disease, Nervousness. Dyspepsia, bpiaal Disease.
Apue, Piles and other diseases.. Also,
niinflinP CUAKAMTEED RELIEVED
Kl IK a 1 1KB orcurei Send for illustrated
1191 UIIIh catalogue.llundredsofcures
W. J. HORNE, Prop. tSsMonnfr.
JOS Market St., ban Ironctsco, Cal.
The lllackninll not I'anulue Out.
Chicago, June 22. A special
from New York says the government
employees here arc not making any
1 espouse to the call of tho Republi
can congressional committee for con
tributions to the campaign fund,
Collector Robertson says: While I
am here no man shall be dismissed
or in any way interfered with for
non payment of political assessments.
through whose lcpicseutatlons the mines
wero putchascd at handsome figures by
j.ew iorK capitalists, me principal
mine of the district is the Bonanza Kin?.
v,hich is now being worked extensively.
About 1C00 Ions of oie is on the dump,
which will average $150 a tou. Besides
thiM, (he oiiginal owners shipped 00,000
worth of ore lo San Francisco and 1 ;al
UeA on it handsomely. The mine is now
alioul SOO feet deep and the only ore ex
tracted has been fiom shafts and drifts.
The Rattler is also a line mine, j leltliug
ore that milled $800 per ton. Jlr. Clillette
is the general manager of the Providence
Consolidated and is winninglauralsforhis
Ihoiough knowledge of the science of mln.
ing. A fifteen stamp mill has .been order
ed from Messrs Present t & Scott ami will
soon bo on the ground.
The Belle McQillioy mine also loom
ing up finely and promises to he a tine
property at no distaut day. The ore fron.
this propel ty runs considerably moie than
$ 300 per ton.
The Bouaua Queen ami Piince, adjoin
the Bonanza King ami Hustler, and Is aNo
a very promising mineral deuoslt. The
Hustler, Belcher and Treasury mines aie
located and doing themselves proud in
their jield of rich oie.
The Buckuow, Sfozarl and Mij1t21.1l
Point mines aie located south of Mis .Mc
Gillrny and 011 the same belt. The ore
from all the mines aro of ihe same geiiura)
chaiaclcr aud tho district from all appe ir
aiiccs hi" a brilliant futiiie
lias seldom been out lot to ment,
Mr. Ballard leaves a hot of friends
thioughout Pima and Cochise coun
ties to niouin the untimely end of as
congenial a friend as ever lived.
Tho memory of the good deeds per
formed by li mi in this- world will
alono sustain him as he travels on
ward thiough tho " d.uk poitals of
the v alley of tle.ith." Peace to his
ashes. ' .1. ( K
Prof. .John A Uliuich, Coiiiiiiudionci in
elituf fiom Arizona (n the Denver Bpo-i-tion
lelt for Dcuvei vcslciel.i vvneie lie
expects 10 leuuiii lot .1 wuk lie is 011
business connected with the Ationu ev
hibit at Hie great exposition
JACOB EVEItHAItDV, proprietor of
tho Fremont Street Market, burned oct In
the late dre, lmo opened oi the opposlt-sldj o
thcelri'ct,lctvcen the American Hotel and the
Man JovIIouHf- and shall be ple d to tee old
""'sssssssssssssi iBMnMsa bijm,
&?fi&V ' """" -'""-'yggs"'
rirst Publication June 'if, lt82 '
Appiiliratlon, .Yo. i14 foi- u I'ntcut 1i
the Holbi-ook Mining Claim
U. H. LjndOfeick, 1
iicson, Arizona, Jnue 11, 1SS2 l
XTOI'lUE IS 1IEUKBY UIVEN THAT AL-J-i
phonse Larzard and Horace Jones, byMossri.
Morgan S. btephens, attorcci , whose postoffice ad
dress is Tucson, Arizona, have this day tiled their
"PP'Icalioj for a pjtent for 1JS8 linear feet ol the
HclDrookiuiueorvjin, bearing copper and other
ra.nerals. together wills surface ground, about M
feet In width, situated in Warren Mining District,
County or Cochise, Arizona, nd designated In
the Del.t notes and oSlcIar plat oi Hie lu thW
officj as L.t No 53; sultl Lot No, 5-1 U'li g as
to los,to.rU: Beginning ou the center monu
mentof the western ei.d of tLe claim atanlne
post -111 Inches square, 4 feet long, painted while,
in a ; niODumentof rocks, marked II. W. C , U. 8.
b.fiorn which dlsttnerj haft 4x6 fo'.t, 11 feet
deep, beams 73' E 315 fe. t distant: second, a
l)Iu."V'?,' lg iMhm In diameter bear N 77 15' i,
e.74 10 feet distant, marked B.T.H.W.C.; from
post 11 . W. U. run b 25- S3- W 1C2 5 10 leel to in
tersect the eastern sl c line of the Baxter minli.g
claim. Lot No. 5! itinnlngN IP 50 W, aLd join
Inn two posts, one niaiked B. M. C. No. 5, and
Nhrorneror Hayes M. O, and U distant from
point t.rin'erscctiou (at 163 510) 8 8P 50 EMS
feet; thence on same course 2V 55' at 233 5 10 feet
to a post 4x4 Inches sqnare, 4 feet loug, markod
II S. W. U. SS.; tbeuccb,;,20 E 10G7 10 feet;
agaiu iutersect the ubos.0 described boundary line
of the Baxter M. C. it 1498 Teet to SK loru.v post
or claim 4x1 inches square, 4 feet long painted
white and maiktd II. b. . IJ. S. S ; thence N 25
3' E 224 4 10 feet lo eaM e;nd center monument of
Holbrool: claim, a nine nost 4x4 Inches ,nnnm 1
feet loujr, painted white, marked II. K. O., thenci
continue on same course at 290 4-10 feet from K
ejd center lo Nil correr of claim to a pine p6t
4xlinci.is square, 4 feet Ions, marked II. N. K
U. b. s.; il.cnco N 7b 10 W 1,490 feet to NM
corner post 4x4 Inches sqnare 4 feet lose, (minted
white., marked II. N. W. U. H. S from which U.
S. mlucral monument No. 1 bears N 32 5" W,
7002 10 feet distant; thence S 23 3V W, 298 3 10
feel to the point of beglnulng. Varlatiou, 12- 33
East, containing I7.il acres. The triau.e cut
OIT by the Baxter claim Is 10100, which is not
claimed, leawns 1774 100 acres. 'Ibis mine Is.
situated about half a mine rust of the Bisoee
bmelting works. '1 he location cotlc: Is recorued
In tae llccorder's ofllxe lor Cochise county, A. T.,
Book of Mines, page 59 of mines, Transcribed
Hecords. Cochise county, A. T. Any and ah per
sous claiming adversely any portion of said
mine, or the surface ground, are requhed to file
their adicrse claim with tbo Register of the If
S. Land Offlce, at Tncson. A. T., during the sixty
dajs period ol publication, or they will b bvrred
t-yvirlueof the provisions of tho statule.
UKNHY COUSINS, ltegister.
hiLLM, Moiioan & Stkvens, Attornejs for
It Is hereb) ordered teat the foregoing notice
be published sixty days (ten consecutive wreks)
In the Kpltaph a weekly newspaper published
at Tombstone, A. T., which paper is by me
hereby di signaled as published nearest such
claim. lIENItV COUblNb, lieenter.
-. 11 .fats: a
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fa 1 T ?!?&-
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It.i t rMS5,
TJIOIt A urAKrEK OP A cir;Ti RV OK
more Hostetter"s Stomach Bitters has been
the reigning specific hirludlgetlan, dispepsla,
fever and ngue, a loss of phjsical slamCna, liver
comnUlnt and otlu r disonh rs. and ba been most
emnhnticaili indorsed by medical men as abcallb
and strength restoralle. It counteracts a leu
dencj lo prematnre decay and sustains and eora
fort" the a -fd and infirm. 1'or sale by 11I1 d-u.
l.'ists and dealers "eueralli
I'or .s.il- nt ilin
An llxtranrdlnary OftVr.
Tliu-c are a number of pers-on ont of emplui
meat Iu eery touniy.yct energetic men wlla,;
to work do not nce-d to be Those willlu; to
wo-kadn make from $100 to jOOO ft monthjcJear,
working fo us in a plcvsnnt and permaoen
bti'incss. Tho auiouut n-ir acects ma'.e varies
some making as high ai $300 n month wbt: u'h
ers as lo's as S100, all depending on the em rgj it
tho agent. e have au article ol great merit. It
ihould be sold to cery h use owner, and pa
om r 100 pi r cent profit. Erch sale ia lrom JIM
to $10. One agent in l'tnn'ylvania sold 32 lu
two dajs, and cleared $U. Au agent In New
Yoikmade $15lnonedJy. An) man with ener
gy euoil?h to work a full day,and will do this
during the year, can make from S2,000 lo $0,000 1.
jenr. Weouly went one man in each counts,
and to him we wllghethc xcluslesaleaslong
as he continues to work faithfully fcr ns. Tbere.
is ms competition, aud uothlngllke our invention,
mule Parties hailng from $200 to $1,000 to lu
vest can obta'n a general agency for ten rouutlr
n ablate. Ant one can make an Imesim.-n ul
fiom$25ti)8i,ili)t.hout the least risk ol los.
asoiirclicnljri, svlll show that those Investing
fXican afler j.Hldsjs trial return Ihe coods un
sold to us and get Ihclr money back, llthey do
not clear at leait $100. They show that a general
agent wno win take ten counties ami lurest $211,
tin after u trial of 90 days return all goods uusod
to us, and have monej returned to them it they
lall tocleirat least $750 lu thtt time. Wear,
not pa) lug salaries, but want men willing t..
work and obtain as their pay the profits of theli
eneigy. Men not willing to work on our terms
will not work ou any. Ihose meaning business
will recelie our large descriptive circular and ei
traonllnarj ofTer b cucloslng a three-cent stamp
with their addres. The first 10 comply with our
terms will secure the county or counties the lni)
wish to work.
Address lienuer Manufacturing Compvny, 118
Smlthfleld street, Pittsburg, Pa.
TUK LAUGEbT AD OMI COJIPIJETE Tl'PE FOCSBItY AND ritLNTEBS WARE.
HOrSU O.V THE PACIFIC COAbl.
DAT 1WP1? JLr T2'Vyyty succtssoas to miuih & Eicruau
iJt wCSL!uXtJ.jJCu w SxjSlA J. 9 Scotch Type Founders,
205 & 207 LeidesdorfF, and 529 Coimneroial Streets,
173 MONfiOE STREET
I Wo l:aou i.u i-ai.el tlu !.erne-t Cto-:t cr AduI-h, rarc-r -I5i3 ev.r kept oa
tula Coast, tozstnor wit: n rxbylalo btoelc ox lfiiz? .s tLxcfcx'. lcotc2i Tyro, .nd
can Surnisti at u niumsatM l.oUco rutytlslce '-" tt I'.'li.le.V !-. trevn i. ttodkin to (.
Cylinder Fres3. 7i fceva a vjry larco etcctc c( IWr.f na fjoconJl-b.-v2uS PrlAtuiK
Prosaos or all rr.aleoE and olio;. Wo arc nolo agents lor, EiA liccri la fctod:, CrusivVcl
Cylinder Presses, Cottrcll Ji CaboccI: ;tla, alio svrlscz, CllfPer, Jo wtl, Oordon oua
Wasnlnston Jobber, Wasclocton Hand Prosser, nev7 U.istr litcaia .-ntcsi8 (lust
tho thins (or printers), Vuork Water lectors, Gem Paper Ce.lte.r3 tuil a fall lino ut
Sanborn's nookblndore' Machinery. Our Fidelity Roller Composition nr.d T'ebdean
Prlntlne Inks ore considered the boat in use. Have you used our Pencctiou ptKtra?
They save editorial work and composition, and thcroforo ova xnoney. SaaA t.-r our
KEMEMBEK No House on (ills Coast can compete villi u In Uuallty of toodt.
Am. goods at
be sold nl 2.1 pet
P W Suiiia A'.CoNvtill
ffiit. le-n than tlitir lot.
IN JtMTlOE'S COUItr OFl'ltECINCTNO
L , in Iho County of Cochise, Territory of
Ariuua. Before .1. 11, Smith, Justice ot the
l'eaee. Samuel Howell, pblntlff, vs. It. A. Bel
linger, de'eudaut. Demand, jUIl.W. The Terrl
tory of Arizona sends ptcetlngto li. A. Bellinger,
the aboe named defendint: You ore hereby
summoned and lequiredllo appear before me at
myoftlceinthc Town of Conteutlen and County
ol Cochl-e, on the Stst day ol Augtist, A. D. 1SS,
at 11 o'cloek a. 111., to unsnti thu complaint of tho
above named p'alnllir. who demands ol jou that
joiiani indebted to him In the sum of two bun
died and thtrly.ono 7S 100 dollars, on an open
book aeeount running lrom Mny 1 to Muj 10, A.
I). lfH2, of goods and mcrehai.tit-t purchased on
and between the h'iovii tlnUs, And If vou tail to
aptieai and answer said complaint, as liereln re
qtiiicd, Ihe pliiiutlll will take judgment against
1011 as demanded, and foi the coot" ol thl suit
'liven under my hand tlil y)ih djj of June, A
D ltS. J B. SVI1TII.
Je4 ti Jusileofthe (Vnieol said Township,
ronxn: ruittn st. aii 3iaiih: i.a.mu yiijia.
TUK Al'TliNTlO.N OF THE PU1JLIC IS RESI'KCTFULr.V CALLEI
TO MY STOCK OF
groceriesdry goods, furnishing goods, hats,
FANCY GOODS, HOOTS, SI10KS & EVERY VARIETY OP
Gents' and Ladies' Wear,
I IIm Kventhitifr in the Shape of
H urihvare, (uiis. Pistols, ('ariridgos, Powdt'r, Etc,.