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VOL. XI
TOMBSTONE, COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 1889
NO. 27
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TOMBSTONE DAILY EPITAPH
PUBLISHED EVERV MORNING
(Mondays Excepted)
BY
MEEK &. MADERO.
Foarth Street, Between Fremont and Allen
CBciuras KATCM:
One Year (in advance) $10 oo
Six Months 6 oo
Three Months.... 3 00
Delivered by Camera for 35 cents per week.
OFf IOIAL DIBEOTOBY.
TUUI4UU rnttta
Governor Lewis Wouut.
Secretary N. O. Mukfhy
Auditor Thomas Hughks.
Attorney General Clabk Churchill.
Surveyor General JohxA. Hise.
Treasurer. Y. I. Smth.
Superintendent of Pshhc Instruction G. W.
Chctkct.
Delegate to Congress M. A. Smith.
Superintendent of Territorial Prison J. If.
Behan.
ftmtEXE CafKT
Chief Justice James H Weight.
Associate Justices W. W. Portek, W. H
Basnes.
MsTBlCT VCMT
First Judicial District W H. Haio.es.
Second Judith District W. W. Pouter.
Third Judicial District I. H. Weight.
CCTTEB STATE ETICCJU
United States Marshal W. K. Meade.
United States Attorney Owen . Reuse
tccmx E4 arncE
Register A, D. Duff.
Receiver Feed. W. Smith.
ccsrexs vncEU
Tucson J. B. Hambletom.
Tombstone V. C WlLSO.
Nogales J. M. Wilson.
CMXTT mCEKS
Supervisors B. S. CorFMAM, Chairman, and
lOHM Montqomekt. 3dT. J. White, Mem-
Sherifl J. H. Slacchtek.
Inder Sheriff K. A. SUATTUCE.
treasurer Ias. P. McAllister.
Recorder W. F. BttADLtr.
District Attorney W. H. STtLWELL.
Probate J udgcE. R. Monk.
Clerk District Court G. IL DAFLT.
Surreyor H. G. Howe.
ASMaauC N. A. GlLLAM.
CUT rMCEU
Mayor Chi,es N. Thomas.
Chief of Police D. W. Gage.
Treasurer OlxjveeTkeviujan.
City Attorney G. W. Swain.
Auditor and Recorder Nat Ha wee.
City Assessor. C. Weuee.
OwmciTmrn First Ward. A. Dak wood; Sec
ond Ward, H. CAMrBELL; Third Ward. Jos.
LtrruT; Fourth Ward. John Pkindeviixe.
Society JN"otices.
us
I LMGE Mfc S. F. A. at
A MEETS THE THIRD SATUR-
day in each month at Masonic HalL
jL JT All Visiting Brothers in good standing
fr are invited to attend. Special meet
ings when theOagisboUtedoa the HalL
Geo. W. Chetnet, W. M.
A. L, GlOW, Sec
-i-.i-i .-i-h..ih-iii-ii-i.-.m.i -i ...ii ... .. m I-
B.A.M.
STATED MEETINGS ON THE
Jr third Wednesday of each month in Ma
sonic Hill. Notice of special meetings
by hot'ting- special flag. Sojourning Com
panion ordially invited.
ADOLFH Cohk, H. P.
F. L. MootE, Secretxry.
M.4.fcFP.
REGULAR CONVENTION
fray Monday evening in Masonic Hall.
Visiting Knights in food standing are
cordially invited.
E. Masks, C C.
W. D. Monmoxiee, K. of R. and S.
l.a,l.i.-F,
. w- MEETS EVERY TUESDAY
l"5n Masonic HaS. Visiting Brothers
ia good Handing are cordially in
vited to attend. jw. r. mm adust, . u.
H. C Fkasesl Ree. See.
UMEM.3.A.l.f.W.
REGULAR MEETING EVERY
Tbarsday evemag ia Masonic HalL
Visisag Brothers are cordially invHed
oat-ead. C C Wanei, M. W.
W. D. Movmowiek. Recorder.
PM.I.P.t-S.FA.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF
Hat Camp the fast and third Fri
days of each month, ia Masonic
Hal. Notice ot jpeetn meetings py aoisgag
tMbf.
tMl7JrlA,tlF.
rTATED MEETINGS SEC-
1 aaI faanh Wedaesday of
B. Vl-wiwg irnmnrn
ia ff-Md Jfiiaag are eerdiaay
Havtteet
leasFR VRK-sarr, t k.
E. A. Wrrno, Kae. See-jr.
m
MMKWr.t'.l.
ii.i..inn fw -m svwr
-anatstMa4ss-nad aad fotsttfc Wadset- ' ""
(First publication April 35. 1M9.)
Asytteatlaa . SIS. tor! a raleat ( fta
Mtt WUttte mala Claim.
Notice is hereby gtven that in pursuance of
Chapter hu. Title Thirty-two, of the Revised
Statutes of the United states. D. H. McNeil,
wfcnw mioffw- address is Tombstone, Aritana.
claiming the San Diego Millsite claim, lying
and bang situated within the Tombstone Min
ing district. Count- of Cochise and Territory of
AruonaJs about to mike application to the
United states for a patent for the said San Di
ego millsite claim, which is more fully described
as to metes and Nt"1 by the official plat and
the neld notes of the survey thereof now on hie
in the office of the Register of the U. i Land
Office at Tucson, Arizona, which neld notes of
survey describe the boundaries and extent of
said claim on the surface, with- magnetic varia
tion at it 43' east, as follows, to-wiu Begin
ning at the initial monument, a 4-inch post in
mound of euth and stone, post marked L M.
S. D. M. S. No. 1, from which U. S. M. M.
No. s bears S. 63 48.8,136 feet, and a 4
inch post in monument, post marked San Diego
Mine No. 1. bears S. 6205" east 17.8S0 ftJ.
the corners to sections 3. 4. 33 and 34 N. bound
ary T. ao S., R. 23 E. bearing N. 73 it' E. 766
feet; theace S. 71 30 195 feet to a 4-inch post
in monument 01 stone and earth, pott marked
S. D. M. S. No. a; thence N. 354-' W. 880
feet to a 4-inch post in monument, post marked
S. D. M. S No. 3; thence N 71 30 E 330 feet
to a 4-inch post in monument, post marked a.
D. M. S. No. 4; thence & 35 45 E. 790 Uet to
an iron pin marking corner; mence 71 30 .
44 feet to post in monument, post marked S. D.
M. S, "o. 6; taence a. itr 30 r. 90 -eei -
No. 1 and plce of beginning, and containing
4.918 acres. The said millsite claim bong cl
reiord in the office of the Recorder of Deeds at
Tombstone.in the countv andTemterv aforesaid.
The said millsite being bounded as loliows. tc-wit:
Upon the east by the Watervale millsite, the
aid claim being designated as lot tot Bin the
otnoal put aloresaia.
Any all persons Claiming aaversciy uic
millsite claim or any portion thereof
so descnbei, sorveyea, piatieu aoo ap
plied for are hereby notified tLal unless their
adverse c-aims are duly filed according to law,
and the regulations thereunder, within the time
prescribed bylaw, tilth the Register of the U.
S. Land Office at Tucson, tn the Territory of
Arizona, they wul be barred by virtue of the
provisions ot said statute.
Ana it is neretry oraerea iaai uau nuu w
published for ten consecutive weeks in the Tomb
stone Epitaph, a newspaper puDusnea .at
Tombstone, Cochise county, Ari-ona.
Dated this 30th day ol Marco, A. u. itwo.
A. D. DUFF, Register.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
DR. WILLIS,
COUXTY PHYBICLU.
Office Fremont
Fifth and Sixth.
street, bettreen
E.
P. RYDER,
DENTIST.
OFFICE ON FREMONT.
bet. Third and Fourth streets
(Gird building), up stairs
Dentistry ia ail its branches. Satisfaction
guaranteed.
H. SCHMIEDING, DENTIST,
Tombstone.
Teeth extracted without pain by
means of the new method af ani
electric vibrator. Gold fiBine. arti
ficial teeth set in gold, celluloid and rubber a
specialty.
F.BAXK O. EABLE,
Assay I Mttillirgicil Ubmtify
Office: 319 Fremeat 8treet,
Opposite OtT H
W. H. STILWELL,
A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT
.aLaw, Fourth street. Tombstone, A. T.
WILLIAM HEKtlNC. HOWAXD F. HXESINO.
HERRING & HKRRIiNG,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT
, Law. Toughs-it street. Tombstone, Aria,
HENRY G. HOWE,
UNITED STATES DEPUTY MINERAL
Surveyor. Tombstone; Arizona. Member
of. the American Institute of Mining Engineers.
Attention given to the care of mines for nco-
lesKlent owners aaa oorporauoaa. sue cess 01
given. Correspondence soHctioo.
Juan A. Garcia.
CUSTOHS BROKER,
SIN HAO, FONOUL MIXICO.
Pays strict attention to aB matters connected
with the Mexican Custom House. Is responsi
ble for aH Sacs impeses by the Mexican Goi
cnWBflK BO DOC
t lee M
that the Customs
Fe-sosa wisfeiaf to iaipiovc their
BBOBoriflaor sie-sftbem tbetr pe-varei
JKWyf , -At-f Nc Ml
officers aegiect to ensue. AH twHarficon
aected with the Ide-acaa Ccetoaa House at
tended to with pmnpfnt w sari dnpalta
JaTAB papers sad doca-neat- given ImmHiB
ate atteaacc at very ram-ashlr pnecs.
UfHAT
n ails
YOU?
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less, and fnde-crioably miserable, both pttygi
cally and man tally: experiticc a sense of
fullness or bloating- after eating, or of " gone
ness," or emptiness ot stomach in the morn
ing;, tongue coated, bitter or bad Unto in
.-south, irregular appetite, dizziness, frequent
headaches, blurred eyesight, " beating vpecks "
before the eyes, nervous prostration or ex
haustion, irritability of temper, bot flushes,
eiteraatinjr with chilly sensations, sham
biting, transient pslaa liere and there, cold
feet, drowsiness after meals, wakef ulnon, or
disturbed and tmrefresnin? sleep, constant,
Indescribable feeliag- of dread, or ot impend
ing-calamity "
is :
ou hare aTL or any considerable nnmber
of these symptoms, you are suffering from
that most common of American maladies
Bilious Dyspepsia, or Torpid Liver, associated
with Dyspepsia, or Indigestion. The more
complicated your disease has become, the
greater the number and diversity of symp
toms. No matter what stairs ft hns reached,
r. Pierce's Coldeu medical Discovery
will subdue it. If taken according to direc
tions for a rresonabls length of time. If not
cured, complications multiply and Consump
tion of tbe Lunm. Skin Diseases, Heart Disease,
Hbeumatism. Kidney Disease, or other grave
maladies are quite liable to set in and, sooner
or later, induce a fatal termination.
Br. Pierce Golden medical Bis
eoTery acts powerfully upon the Lirer, and
through that irrcat blood-purifying organ.
dearuM Urn sy-tem of all blood-taints and Im
purities, from whatever causo arising. It Is
equally etBcacious In sctlug upon the Kid
neys, and other excretory onrana, cleansing,
strengthening, and healing: their di-eases. As
an appetliinp, re-torstire toaic. It promotes
digestion and nutrition, thereby building up
both Scab and strength. In malarial districts,
tin wonderful medicine has gained great
celebrity in curing Fever and Ague. Chills and
Fever, Dumb Ague, and kindred diseases.
Br. Pierce- Golden Medical Bis.
eoTcr-r
CURES ALL HUMOUS.
from a common Blotch, or Eruption, to the
worst Scrofula. Salt-rheum. FrTer-soreeV"
Scaly or Itough Skin. In short, all diseases
caused by bad blood are conquered by this
powerful, purifying, and inrfgoratlna medi
cine. Great Eating Ulcer rapidly beal under
tts benign influence. Especially nas It mani
fested Its potency In curing Tetter. KrTema.
Erysipelas, Iloils. Carbuncles; Sore Eyes. Scrof
uloo Sore and Swellings, Bip-jolnt Disease,
"White Dwellings." Goitre, or Thick Neck.
ud Enlarged Glands. Bead ten cent in
tamps for a large Treatise, with colored
ttlate&on Skin Diseases, or the same amount
for a Treatise on Scrofulous A ffw-ions,
FOftTHE BLOOD IS THE UFE."
Thoroughly cleno Jt by using- Br. Pierce
Goldea Medical BiscoYer- and good
digestion, a fair skin, buoyant spirits, vital
Strength and bodily health will be estsMiahea.
CONSUMPTION,
which is Scrofula, of Use Lang. Is arrested
and cured by thtf remedy, II taken In the
sarller stages ot the disease. From its mar
velous power over this terribly fatal disease,
when first offerin-rthi now world-famed rem
edy to the public. Dr. Fierce thought seriously
at calling A his "Cowwimwioh Ctmc," but
abandoned that name as too restrictive for
a medicine which, from its wooaenui com-
UnatioD of tonic, or strengthening, alterative,
or Mood-cleansing, anti-bilious, pectoral, and
nutritive properties, is unequalcd. not onlv
as a remedy- for Consumption, but for all
Chronic Btscasea of too
Liver. Blood, and Limns.
For Weak lungs. Spitting of Blood, Short.
ocas of Breath. Chrccio Nasal Catarrh. Bron
chitis, Asthma, Severe Coughs, and kindred
affections. It Is sn efficient remedy.
Sold by Druggists, at $140, or Six BoUles
laPsendteneeotetosta-irafOTDr.Plerccli
boukopCr-nuiaptioo. Address,
f irtfs WsfiKsy Meal ImektiM,
663 Mala St, BCTTALAt H.X
The Iron Hake to His Soldiers.
"Do tout duty," were the words of
Lord Wellington to his soldiers just
before the battle of Waterloo and his
tory tells us how well they obeyed.
The same advice might properly be
given to every living man at this time.
There are many men who would do
their whole duty in time of war or
great need, but when there is no such
great occasion, neglect their plain
simple duties to their God, their fam
ilies and themselves. It is not for
want of honor nor because they do
not love their families, but from pure
neglect; as an instance, statistics com
piled by the national authorities show
that more deaths result from bowel
complaints than any other one cat;,
except consumption, yet not more
than one family in six are provided
with medicines that will relieve or
cure the diseases. It is the duty of
every man to protect their families,
and they are certainly at least, guilty
of criminal carelessness if they neglect
to do so. Tbe best remedy there k
for the purpose only costs but 25 cents
Tbe article we refer tok Chamber
law'a Cotic, Cholera and Diarrhea
Se-aedy. It is a certain cure for
rasps, eoSc, cholera morbus, dysea-
tery, eaarrhea, bloody flux, cholera ia
fcntntn, aad bowel complaiBt is all ka
fens. For sale by H. J. Fete.
( First Publication March 33, 1889.)
ArrucATiax rs patfxt n sis.
Xstlee of ApplteatlsB at tbe Copper Qaeea
Cesualldated Malacca., ferPaUat
t Ike Be-4 rieee MJalsg CUlam.
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of
chapter six of U:! ihlrty-t-o, of the Revised
Sutates of tbe United States, tbe Copper Queen
Consolidated Mining Company, a corporation,
whose postomce address is Bisbee, Ari-ona,
claiming to hundred liaear feet of the Best
Piece vein, lode or deposit bearing gold, silver,
copper and other minerals, together with sur
face giound four hundred and fifty-eight feet in
width, being situated in tbe Warren Mining
District, county of Cochise and Territory ot
Arizona, is about to make application to the
United States for a patent to said mining claim,
and being more particularly described in the
official field notes and plats thereof filed in the
office of the Register of the United States Land
Office at Tucson. Ari-ona. which field notes de
scribe the boundaries and extent of said claim
on the surface, with magnetic variation at 11
35 east, as follows: Commencing at the initial
monument of claim, where a post i'la" 3 long
is set in a monument of stones, said post being
marked 1. M. B.P.JLG No. 1; thence run
ning N. 33 W. two hundred and eleven feet to
a post set in a monument of stones, post bein
marked EP.M.C No. 3; thence S. 77 30' E.
tvto hundred and eighty-seven feet to a post set
in a monument of stones, post being marked
B. P. M. C No. 3; thence S. 32 E. eighty and
fite-tcnths feet to a post set in a monument of
rtones, post being marked B. P. M. C. No. 4;
thence 17 I4" W. to hundred and seventy
feet to a post set in a monument of stones, post
bong marked a P. M. C. No. 5: tbence N.
33 V, two hundred and fifty-seven feet to place
of b-ginning, and containing o o3 acres; the
said mining claim being of record in the of
fice of the Recorder of Deeds at Tombstone in
the county and Territory aforesaid. The pre
sumed general course or direction of the said
Best Piece mining claim, vein, lode or mineral
deposit being shown upon the plat filed with the
Register aforesaid, as near as can be determined
by present developments. This claim being for
two bun-lred linear feet thereof, together with
the surface ground shown on said official plat
filed as aforesaid, the said vein, lode and min
ing claim hereby sought to be patented being
bounded as follows, to-wit: Upon the southwest
by the Baxter M. C, lot No. 53; upon the
north by the Holbrook M. C, lot No. 53. and
the Goddard M. C, lot No. 63; and upon the
southeast by the Lookout M. C; said claim
being designated as lot No. 67 on the official
nlat aforesaid.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
mining ground, vein, lode, premises or any por
tion thereof so described, snrveyed, platted and
applied for, are hereby notified that unless their
adverse claims are duly filed according to law,
and the regulations thereunder within the time
prescribed by law, with the Register of the U.
S Land office at Tucson, Arizona, they will be
barred by virtue of provisions of said statute.
And it is hereby ordered that this notice be
published for ten consecutive weeks in the
Tombstone Epitaph, a newspaper published at
Tombstone, Cochise county, Arizona,
A. D. DUFF, Register.
Genuine Scotch and Irish
Whiskies a SDecialty.
Boston Baked Beans
Every Night.
The
Best of All Kinds
Wines and Liquors.
ot
BILLIARDS
AND FOOL.
o
A place where gentlemen will be pleasantly
received, politely waited on, and where they can
enjoy themselves..
Mr. Hoefler has received a lot of the
seed of the esparsette-sainfoin, a forage
plant that is attracting a great deal ol
attention at the present time. It is
claimed to be especially adapted to dry
countries, and is said to be superior to
lucerne or alfalfa.
Go to Hoeffler's for fresh can goods, of
all itaas. If they are not as represented
he will take them back. The 6nest New
Orleans molasses and fresh sauer kraut.
He will shortly receive a large stock of
holiday goods, embracing an endless
variety of fancy groceries. oct 1 6tf
MAIS0N D0REE
409 ALLEN STEEET
MRS. A. TOQDET, FROFRHTRISS.
Sktlkd aad Canned Ojitan
Oeoatamtly omHasd.'
FASniUN
SALOON
Fise Eating House in tbe
BILLIARD PARLORS
ALLEN STREET
HAFFNER SHAUGHNESSY1
AO brands of
Fine Liquor
Fine Liquors
Kept constantly
On Hand,
On ha
Also the best
Imported cigar
Imported Cigars.
The best BILLIALD HALL in the city 1
connection with the saoon.
ST. LOUIS BEER ON DRAGHT.
A. GOHN & W
CIGARS, TOBACCOS,
Outlery, Stationery an.
SMOKERS' ARTICLES.
IMPORTED CIGARS
Constantly Hand.
WRSCHAUH AND AMBER GOOD
le Agents for the "SLOTE CIGAR.
A. COHN & BRO
Allen Street, bet. Fourth and Fifth
BANK
-OF-
TOMBSTONE.
CAPITAL S100,000.
TOMBSTONE,! A IZGMA
GEORGE BERROTT - - Presiden
GEO. H. CARREL . - - Vice-President
R. W.WOOD Cashier
WTU. TRANSACT A CENBRAL
KMG BUSINESS, EXCHANCE, RECEIVE BE
POSITS COLLECTIONS, ETC
The Cochise Hotel
Cor. 4th & Toughnnt Sts.
Only
.First Class Hotel
Tombstone.
in
LARGE, LOFTY ROOMS
Elegant Parlor for Guests.
Sample Rooms for Commercial ThTelers
J. V. VICKERS-
FREMONT STEEETJ
Beal Rtate,
Hrnes, Mosey, .
aad TmwiMH
REAL ESTATE Bought. Sold and Rented.
MONEY Loans Negotiated aad Invest me n
INSURANCE (Ire. Accident aad Life
MINES-Boarht aad Sola.
COLLECTIONS Made, Taxes, PsM.
MOTARTPUBLIO
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Fie
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set jest ar-irei at Heef-
City.!
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