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TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1889
TOMBSTONE DAILY EPITAPH
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING
MEEK &. MADERO.
Fourth Street, Between Fremont and Allen
One Year (in advance) $10 oo
Six Months... .-.. 6 oo
Thrte Months . v 3 00
Delivered by Carriers for 25 cents per week.
Governor Lewis WoCflev.
Secretary N. O. MfRVHr
Auditor Thomas Hughes.
Attorney General Clakk CiiUSClllU.
Sarvejor General John A. Hise.
Treasurer J. V. T. hMiTlL
Superintendent of Public Instractton G. W.
Delegate to Congress M. A. Smith.
Superintendent of Territorial Prison J. 11.
Chief Justice jA.Mli'i H. Whight.
Associate Justices W. W. POWER, W. H
First Judicial District W. H. Basses.
Second Judicial District V. W. Pokter.
Third Judicial District J. if. Wright.
UXITEB STATES OEFICCiU
United States Marshal W. K. Meade.
United Sutes Attorney Owes J. RwliSE.
irtOS LOU OFFICE
Register A. D. Duff.
Receirer Fred. W. Smith. -
Tucson J. B. Hambletox.
Tombstone V. C Wilson.
Nogales J. JL Wilson.
Supervisors B. S. COFratAN. Chairman, and
John Montgomert, and T. J. White, Mem-
SheriC J. .L Slaughter.
Under SaerulE. A. Shattuck.
easurer J as. P. McAllister.
neywder W. F. Bradlet.
Distnct Attorney W. H. aTinvr.LU
Probatejudge K. R. Most
Oerk District Court G. II. Daily.
i, Surveyor H. G. Howe.
Assessor N. A. Gillam. f
Mayor Charles N. Thomas.
Chief of PoSce D. W. Gage.
Treasir er Olli vec Tr e vi lli AN.
City Attorney G. W. Swain.
Auditor and Recorder NAT Hawke.
Cuj Assessor J. C Weiser.
Countilmen First Ward, A-DARvrooDtSec-'
nd vVard, H. Campbell; Tnird Ward. Jos.
Lipfert; Fourth Ward. John Prindetille.
,KI C SaiOHM tOOCE HO. 5, F. A. M.
k MEETS THE THIRD SATUR-
-f day in each month at Masonic Hall.
All Visiting Brothers in good standing
f it are invited to attend. Special meet
ings when the flag is hoisted-on the HalL
Geo. W. Chey.ney, W. M.
A, L- Gso'-r, Sec
A STATED MEETINGS, ON THE
Vy third Wednesday of each musth in Ma-
Mr some lloiL ottc;oi special meetings
by hoi'ting spedal flag. Sojourning Com
panion ordially invited.
Adolph Cohn, H. P.
F. L. Moore, Secretary.
ABIZMA UJ3CE N i. , K. OF P.
rvery Monday even ji in Masonic HalL
I visiung Kmnts in goad staadin; are
E. MAS. C C.
W. D. Monkokier, K. of R. and S.
CMWSE LMC NO. S, !. 0. 0. F,
MEETS EVERY TUESDAY
l"in Masonic HalL Visiting Brothers
in good stanoing are cordially in
vited to attend. W. F. Bradley, N. G.
H- C. Fraser, Ree; Sec.
TMHSTBHTLSKE HP. 3. A. 0. U. W
REGULAR MEETING EVERY
f Thursday evening in Masonic HalL
' .Yis Brothos are cordially invited
to attend. I.. ( warmer, .m. vy.
W. D. Monmonier, Recorder.
INHMIIwTWI CAvfPIW. I, P. B- S. Bf A.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF
this Camp the first and third Fri
days of each month, in Masonic
HalL Notice of special meetings by hoisting
MMT MQMM M. 757S K i F.
CTAirn fF.Frrivf;s sue
oad and fourth Wednesdays of
each month. Visiting members
: is good standing are cordially
TrEr- Vincent. C R.
E. A. Wims, Kc. Secty.
BBr-irrriv irxTTMns fV THP Tn7r
vttbv'beM oa the second and foexth Wednes-
mmm MMft.JMMB m MMenc nan. iwhk
(First publication Aptil 35. 1889.)
Appllrallon Xo. 5U, for' ralent to 8
Blrio MllUllr Mining Claliu.
Notice is hereby gten that in pursuance of
Chap er Six. Title Thirty-two. of the Revised
c-. ........ r ,1... nKwt shim IV (I. MeNeil.
hoie postoflicc address U Tombstone, Arizona,
claiming the San Diego MilUiU claim, lying;
and being situated within the Tombstone Min
ing distnct. tountv of Cochise and Territory of
Arizona, is about to milt appacation to the
ego iniUute claim, which is more fully described
the add notes of the survey thereof now on hie
in we omce oi ac ivcgisici wi wt . . .
AtCn. nt T iifn Anrniin ihi."h ficJd BOtCS Of
survey describe the boundaries and extent of
SAidcUira on ue 5ur1a.ee, 11a laagucu, 4W
tion at ii 43" east, as follows, to-wit: Begin-
- ... . .!. .......( mn.nm.Tit a l.ltirh TlOkt ill
mound of earth and stone, post marked L, -M.
3. L. Al.o. 0- I. IIOUI wuiuu w. w. ..... .--.
v e iin S. 6j-!S'E.8.i6 feet, and a 4-
incb post in monument, post marked San Diego
Mine No. i. bears a. 61' of cast 17.830 feet,
the comers to sections 3. 4. 33 ni1 34 N- jcuT
ary T. 20 S.. R. E- bearing N. 73 11 E. 760
feet; thence S 71 30" 9S ' to a i-ioch pwt
in monument 01 stone and eaith, pot marked
S. D. M. S. No. a; thence N. a5"45 W. 80
feet to a 4-inch post in msnament, post marled
S. D. M. S. No. 3; thence N 71 33 E 350 feet
to a 4-Inch post m monument, post inarxeu i
r i ; v.. . tK.nr ,? ttf K. ran I et to
fcf. -k. fcj. ... t, .v . - -j -,j ". .4,.
41 ieet to pit in monument, post maikcd S. D.
1. o, io o; tacneo. 1031. ,v- t
OlA I .inn wwi w. w.b""e., -"
4.918 acres. The said millsite claim being cl
record in the office of the Recorder of Deeds at
Tombstone. in tee county ana 1 emuwy norouu.
, (U ... tM ,h .'ar9l r.itHcttp the
-A claim bng designated as lot 101 Bin the
Any all persons claiming adversely the
midsite claim or any portion thereof
so described, surveyed, platted and ap
plied for are bereoy notified that unless their
Ai.C(SC Ai4U9 A.S- t"J .... . o -.
and the regulations thereunder, within the time
prescribed by law, with the Register of the U,
:x Land Othce at Tucson, in the Territory of
Arizona, they will be barred by virtue of the
provisions ot 'said statute.
And H is nereuy oraereo uui i uu' -pvblished
for ten consecutive tela in the Tomb-
Tombstone, Cochise county, Arizona.
Lulea tnis 301a aay 01 jiuui, n, is. iwy.
A. D. DUFF, Register.
Office Fremont street, between
Fifth and Sixth.
E. P. RYDER,
OFFICE ON FREMONT,
bet. Third and Fourth streets
(Gird building), up stairs
Dentistry in ail its branches. Satisfaction
H. SGHMIED1NG, DEKTIST,
Teeth extracted without pain by
manv m in nrar mniun ui mi
t . ri nkMtn. (ZrJA fillinf, HrfL
naai teem set in goiu, cciiu.uiu ar.u iuucz
FRAXK. C. KAKIiE,
Assay Metallurgical Laboratory
Office: 31U Fremont Street,
Opposite City H
W. H. STILWELL,
A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT
RNEY AND COUNSELO
, Fourth street. Tombstone, A, T.
HOWARD r 11KKKI.NG.
HERRING & HERRIAG,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT
, Law, Tougbnul street, Torobstoae. Ariz.
HENRY G. HOWE,
yyviTED STATES DEPUTY MINERAL
yj Surveyor. Tombstone, Arizona. Member
of the American Institute of Mining Engineers.
Attention given to the care of mines lor non
resident owners and corporations, rhe best of
reference given. Correspondence solicited.
Juan A. Garcia,
SAN PEDRO, SONORA, MEXICO.
Pays strict attention to all matters connected
with the Mexican Custom House. Is responsi
ble for, all fines imposed by the Mexican Gov
ernment, but not for duties that the Customs
officers neglect to charge. All business con
nected wittr the Mexican Custom House at
tended to with promptness and dispatch.
J9TA11 papers and documents given Immedi
ate attention at retry reasonable prices.
Persons wishing to improve their
memories or Btengthen their power of
attention should send to Prof. Iojsette,
237 Tilth Ave., X. Y., forhia'pros-
pectss eat fne, m drertised m n-
Do yen fed fintt. lansruld. low-sp!rited. llfo.
less, and fodesctioably miserable, both physl
cnlly und mentally: cjiicrienca a rctuo o(
fullness or bloatinjr after catlmr, or of -gone
nc3," or emptiness of otornacti In tho rnorn
lag, toniruo coated, bitter or bad tasto la
noutu. JrrctruUr appetite, dizziness, iroquent
hcadai2r3, blurred nyeslebt, "floating Epecks"
beforo tho eyes, nervous prostration or ex.
baustion. irritability of temper, not flushes,
nitrro&tln? Tflth chilly ceasations, fcharn
biting, transient pains hero and tlicrc, coil
f i-ct, dnws!no& after meals, wakefulness, or
disturbed nnd nnrcfreshinjr sleep, constcnt,
lndcscrlbablo feniing of dread, or ot Impend
ing calamity ?
If you havo alL or 0117 ccngldenible number
of theso sytsptoms, you aro suScrins from
that most common of American maladies
I1.1I0U3 Dyspepsia, or Torpid liver. R.'woclatcd
with Dyspepsia, or lndisestioa. 'Xbo more
complicated your dlseiiso has become, tho
greater the number nnd diversity ot pymp
tomr. No matter -what fbiiro it tins reached.
Dr. Pierce's Uoldeu 31cdlcnl Discovery
will siibduo I i, taken acordlr.e to direc
tions for a rcssonihla IcnKth of time f not
cured, complications multiply nnd Consump
tion of the Luncs. Skin Diseases, Heart Disease,
Itceumail3ia, Kidney Disease, or other gntre
maladies arc qulto leihla to set In and, Eooner
or later. iaJuco a. fatal trrminntlon.
Ir. t'lerccN Uoldcu "iedlcnl Sis.
eo very nets povrerfullrupca tho Liver. and
through that irreat blood. purifying oi-jran,
lcari9ca tho syrtem of all blood-tslnts and Im-purltk-s,
from whatever cause arisinjr. It is
equall tdBeacious- In acting Ufion tba Kid
neys, and other excretory orpans, cleansing,
strcnsttenlnjr, and bcalins their dlsosvs. As
nn nppctlzlnir, rcstorotlro tea ic. It promotes
U:xrsilo3 und nutrition, thereby building up
both 2e3t) and strcnjrth. lu malarial districts,
this wonderful medieino has eslnrd tnrat
celebrity In curing Fercrand Acue. Chills and
Fever, Dumb Asrue. nrnl kindred discuFt-s.
Dr. 1'icrco'tt tioldcu Hied leal DIs
GORES ALL HUMORS.
from a commoa Blotch, or Eruption, to the
worst t-erof ula. Palt-rbcam. FeYcr-sores,
Scaly or Uouch Ekln, In short, all disease
caused by bod blood aro conquered by this
powerful, purifying, nnd Invigorating medi
cine. Great Eatlnsr Ulcers rapidly heal under
Its benlsm influence. Especially has It mant.
feted its potency In curing Tetter. Eczema.
las. Bolls, Carbuncles. Soro F.vz. Gcrof
ulous S.-CS nnd SwelUmrs, Hlp-Je'.nt Disease,
"White fc-c-elilncV Ooiup. or 'jiilck Necic,
md Enlarged Glands. bvnJ ten cents In
rtampa for a ir-n Trca'a,wlth coloaed
plates, on Skin I)lstriT. ur tb samo amount
for a Trcatlso on Scrofulous Affections.
"FOB THE BLOOD IS THE LtFE."
ThoToaghlr cleanse it by using Dr. Pierce'
Koldcii Medical Dicovcry, and good
digestion, a fair rkln. buoynnt spirits, vital
JtrtnstU and bodily health Trill be established.
rrblch is Scrofula or tho Longs, is arrested
and cured by thlr remedy, if taken in tba
rarilcr stages of tho disease. From Its mar
relous power over tht3 terribly fatal disease,
Mien first offering tills now vrorid-famed rem
My to tho public. Dr. Herce thought seriously
of calling Jt hl3 "CossciirnON Cciie." but
abandoned that came as too restrictive for
a xnedicino which, from its wonderful com
bination of tonic, or strcncthcnlag, alterative,
or blood-cleansing, anti-bilious, pectoral, and
nutritive properties, ja uncqualed. not onlv
as a rcmedv for Consumpticn, but for all
Clironlc ljiocascs of tho
Liver, Blood, and Lunns.
Tor "Weak Zansrs. Fplttlng of Blood, Sticrt.
ness of Brcntb, Chronic Nts.il Catarrh. Bron
chitis. Astlimo, Severe Coughs, and kindred
aScctions, It is on i-Oiclent remedy.
Sold bv Druggists, at $1.00, or Six Bottlcj
f Send ten cents in stamps for Dr. Rcrcel!
boulc on Cfnumptioa. Address,
WoriiTs Dispensary Medical AssociatlM,
CC3 Slain SUf BCSXAIOs Pf.X
Tho Iron Duke to His Soldiers.
"Do your duty," were the words of
Lord Wellington to his soldiers just
beforo the battle of Waterloo and his
tory tells us how -well they obeyed.
The Bame 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
t-imple duties to their God, their fam
ilies and themselves. It is not for
want of honor nor because they do
not loe their families', but from pure
neglect; as an instance; statistics com
piled by tho national authorities show
that more deaths result from bowcL
complaints than any other oneMtvBi,
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 criminaLcarclcssncss if they neglect
to do .so. The best remedy there is"
for the purpose only costs but 25 cents'
The article we refer to is Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea.
Remedy. It is a certain cure for
ramps, colic, cholera morbus, dysen
tery, diarrhea, bloody flux, cholera in
fantum, and bowel complaint in all its
forms. For sale by H. J. Peto.
Fresh onion sets jt arrived at Hef-lar's.
(Hrst Publication March 33. 1889.)
ArrUCATlttX FUB PATEXT SO. Sis.
Nallrear Appllratloa er the Capper tarn
l'Blldstrd Mining Co., torfalrnt
to the Bet riere Jflnlcjc Claim.
"?Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of
chapter six of title thirty-two, of the Revised
Statutes of the United States, the Copper Queen
Consolidated Mining Company, a corporarion,
vhoe postofhee address is litsbee, Arizona,
citiming two hundred linear fret of the Best
Piece vein, lode or deposit bearing gold, silver,
copper and other minerals, together with sur
face giouid four hundred and fifty-eight feet in
width, being situated in the Warren Mining
District, county of Cochise and Territory 01
Arizona, is about to nuke application to the
United Sutes for a patent to said mining claim,
and being more particularly described in the
official fie'd notes and plats thereof fi'ed in the
office of the Register of the United States Land
Office at Tucson, Arizona, wbirh field notes de
scribe the boundaries and extent of said claim
on the surface, with magnetic variation at n
35" east, as follows: Commencing at the initial
monument of claim, where a post 4x4" 3 long
is set in a monument of stones, said post being
marked I. M. B. P. M. C. No. 1; thence run
ning N. 32 W. two hundred and eleven feet to
a post set in a monument of stones, post bein;
marked B. P. M. C No. 3; thence S. 77 20' E.
two 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. 33 E. eighty and
five-tenths feet to a post set in a monument of
stones, post being marked B, P. M. C. No. 4;
thence 17 Li' W. two hundred and seventy
feet IO a post set in a monument of stones, post
being marked a P. M. C No. 5: thence N.
33 W. two hundred and fifty-seven feet to place
of beginning and containing o 93 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 genTal course or direction of the said
Best Piece mining claim, vein, led-; or mineral
deposit being shown upon the plat filed with the
Rrgiiter aforesaid, as near as can be determined
by present developments. This claim being for
two hundred linear feet thereof, tog-thr 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. 52: upon the
north by the Holbrook M. C. lot No. 53. and
the Goddard M. C, lot No. &; and upon the
southeast by the Lookout M. C; said claim
being designated as lot No. 67 on the official
Any and all person t'"1-- ly the
mining K.cr, vein, lode, premises or any'por
tion thereof so desenbed, surveyed, platted and
applied for, are hereby nouTieJ. that unless their
adverse claims are duly filed according to Ltw,
and the regulations thereunder within the time
prescribed by law, with the Register of the U.
& Land office at Tucson, Arizona, they will be
barred by virtue of provisions of said statute.
And it is hereby ordered that this nctice 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
The Best of All Kinds ot
Wines and Liquors.
BILLTABDS AND FOOL.
A place where gertlemen will be pleasantly
received, politely waited on, and where they can
Mr. Hoefler has received a lot of the
seed of the esparsette-sainfoin, a forage
plant that is attracting a great deal of
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 kinds. If they -are not as represented
he will take them back. The finest New
Orleans molasses and fresh sauer kraul.
He will shortly receive a large stock of
holiday goods, embracing an endless
variety of fancy groceries. oct 1 6tf
409 ALLEN STREET
MRS. A. TUQOET, PROPRIETRESS.
Sfetiled and Canned Oysters
. - t
Fifist Eating House in the
HAFFNER & SHAUGHNESSY?
All brands of
Also the best
The best BILLLALD HALL in the city 1
connection with the saonn.
ST. LOUIS BEER ON DRAGHT.
A. GOHN & W
Cutlery, Stationery and
Constantly v Han.
'iEEESCSADM AND AMBER GOOD
iole Agent? icr the "SLOTE CIGAR.
A. COHN & BRO
- Allen Street, bet. Fourth and Fifth
TOMBSTONE,!- A IZ0NA
GEORGE BERROTT - . Presiden
GEO. H.' CARREL - - - Vice-President.
WILL .TRANSACT A GENERAL
.-KING BUSINESS, EXCHAHCE, RECEIVE K
POSITS COLLECTIONS, ETC.
The Cochise Hotel
Cor. 4th & Touglinut Sts.
Only First Class Hotel in
LAKGE, L0FIT E00MS
Elegant Parlor for Guests.
Sample Rooms for Commiarcial Travelers
J. V. VICKERS
Mint, Money, ' .
REAL ESTATE Booght,-Sold and Rented.
MONET Leans Uegotated and Jlnvestme B
INSURANCE Fire, Acddet ax! Life
MINES Bought and Sold,''
COLLECTIONS-Made, Tama" PmM,