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TOMBSTONE DAILY EPITAPH
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING
MEEK &. MADERO.
Fourth Street; Between "Fremont and Allen
, One Year (in advance) $10 oo
Six Month 600
Three Months 3 00
Delivered by Carrier! for 35 cents per week.
Kl C SOLOMON LOOCE NO. 5. f. A K M.
M MEETS THE THIRD SATJR-j
ff day In -each month at Masonic Hall.
All Visiting Brothers in good standing
' w are invited to attend, special raid
ing when the fljgis hoisted on the Hall
Geo. W. Chey.nev. V. M.
A, L. Grow, Sec.
STATED MEETINGsON THE
'Mrf third Wednesday of each month in Ma
A sonic H.ili. Notice of special meetings
by hoi'ting special flag. Sojourning Com
pinion -ordially invited.
Adolph Cohn. H. P
F. L. Moore. Secretary.
ARIZONA LOOCE 113. 4. K. OF P.
rvery-Monday eicaiug in Masonic Hall.
Visiting Knights in good standing arc
I. W. Kelsoe.CC.
D. MosuosiEK. K. of R. and S.
COCHISE LOQCE S3. 5, 1. 0. 0- F.
iMEETS EVERY TUESDAY
I in Masonic HalL Visiting B-others
in good standing are cordially in
vited to attend. T. E. Lowbt, N. G.
W. D. MoNMOSiEJt, Rec. Sec
MITT tBDCE. M. 3. BABCHTBRS OF EBECcV
Fridain in -tch roV-nth at Masonic
mil. Visitors in eood standing are
cordially invited to attend.
Mks. T. E. Lowry, N. G.
TMBSTOIK LOOCiBO. 3,A0 IIW
fc. REGULAR MEETING EVERY
! Thursday evening in Masonic HaiL
visiting urotnets are coraiauy invitea
to attend. M. M. WOOD, M. W.
W. D. Monwonier, .Recorder.
WASHINGTON CAMP NO-1, P. 0. S. OF A.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF
this Camp the first and third Fri
days of each month, in Mvsomc
Hali. .Notice of special meetings by hoisting
the Sag. G. E. Kohler, President,
CWtT MIMA 1NVM70 K ft F.
STATED MEETINGS SEC
end ind.foorth Wednesdays of
eacMbootri. Visiting members"
in good standing are cordially
lOSEPH VlXCENT. C. R.
E. A. Wrmc, Rec. Secty.
BMNSIBE POST, C-A.R-
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE POST
will be held on the second and fourth Wednes
days of each month in Masonic HaU. Notice
of special meetings given by hoisting the Post
flag. I. H. CAMPBELL P, C
TOMBSTONE TYPOCIAPHICAL UNION, N3. 197.
EETS FIRST SUNDAY IN EACH
monthat 30CIOCX p. a.
J.T. Madkro, Secretary.
' rs t'J J?
OCBce Fremont street, between
Fifth and Sixth.
E. P. RYDER,
FFlCE ON FREMONT.
r. Third anJ Fourth streets
ImM liMaMitifrl -Tin ctain
Dentistry in ail its branches. Satisfaction
M. SCHldllllNO, DENTIST,
Teeth extracted without pain br'flKflHfc
mjhm etl thit 'new method "of'a'lWMMMMBkt
etectrie vibrator. Gold fiBing. antMiLLr;
fidal teeth set in gold, celluloid and rubber a
WTLUAtt HMUHJKS. HOWARD F HERRING.
' HERRING fc HERRI1SG,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT
Law, Tougtast street. Tombstone. Ariz.
W. H. STILWtLL,
TTORNE AND COUNSELOR AT
, Fank Mvet. lamtmrm; a, 1.
TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST
TFXKITultl IL tfltllllb
Governor Lewis WuLH-tv.
Secretar N. O. Miepiiy
Auditor Tnos liUGin.s.
Attorney General Clark ChU'kchii.l.
Surveyor General John A. Uisk.
Xreasuier ). V. 1. Ssimt.
Superintendent of Public Instruction G. W.
Delegate to Congress M. A. Minn.
Superintendent of Territorial Prison J. It.
Chief Justice Jambs H Wkight.
Associate Justices V. V. Porter, W. H
ihtui-t 01 ur
first udiual District W IL Barnes.
second J udi ail i)tnct W W. POKIER,
rhird udicial Distnu I. H. Wright.
LMTKI) RT.lTl.x ot.iu i:k
United Mates Marshal W. K. Meade.
Umtrd mih Attorney Owes J. KuUSE.
Tl tsll LtMl OI1HE
Register A. D. Dcfp.
Receiver Kkfd. W. Smith.
Tncson J. B. HA1IBLLTON.
tombstone V. C Wilmjw
Nogaics J. M. Wilson.
roi.M-i 01 1 it 1 u
Supervisors a S. COFFMAN, Chairman, and
John- Montgouexv and r. . White. Mem
bers. Shenrl J. II. Slaughter.
Under Shenfl E. A. bllATTUCK.
reasurer Ias. P. McALLlSThit.
Recorder W. F. Bradllt
District Attorney W. H. b-TILWELL.
l'robate Judge E. R. Monk.
Clerk District CoJrt G. II. Daily.
Surveyor H G. Hovse.
Assessor N. A. Gillam.
ci rv iiici:ttt
Major Charles N Thomas.
Chief of Pobce D. W. Gage.
Treasurer Ollivf;r 1 eevilliax.
City Attorne)- G. W. hWAlN.
Auditor and Recorder Nat Hawke.
City Assessor J. C. Weiser.
Councilman HrstWard, A. DtRwixiD; Sec
ond kVard, II. CAUrBELL; Third '.Vard. Jos.
Lippert; Fourth Ward, John Prindeville.
FKAXK C. UAlllAZ.
Assay & Metallurgical Laboratory
'Office: 31U Freiuout Street,
Opposite City H
HENRY G. HOWE,
UNITED STATES DEPUTY MINERAL
Surtetor. Tombstone. Arizona. Member
of the Amtncan Institute of Mining Ergineers.
Attention given to the care of mines lor non
resident o ners and corporations. The best of
reference given. Correspondence solicited.
Juan A. Garcia,
SAN PEDRO, FONORA, MEXIIO.
Pays strict attention to A matters connected
with the Mexican Custom Hcu'e. Is responsi
ble for all fines imposed by the MxicarOov
ernmeni, but not for duties that the Customs
officers neglrct to charje. All bu-'iness con
nected with the Mexican Custom House at
tended to with promptness and dispatch.
X7AU papers asd documents given immedi
ate attention at very reasonable prices.
Notice of Forfeiture.
TO A. S. NEFFAND PAUL MAIiONEY
their heirs and assigns. You are hereb
notified by the undersigned that the sum of One
H mdred Dollars has been expended by your
co-owners In each of the years iB8z, 1883, i834t
1885. 1836, 1887 and 18S8. in prformirg the
annual work upon the rmnirg claim located un-
oer trie came 01 iioinns, ana sometimes called
the Melvina mice, situate in the Warren Mining
District, in the county cf Cochise, Territory of
Ariiona, which sum as required by the laws ot
Congress to be annually expended by the ou n
ers of the claim to hold the same. You and
each of you have failed to contribute your pro
portion of said expenditure for labor and ini
provemei,ts upon said claim, as required by
section 2324 of tre Revised Statutes of the
United States. The sutn due from each of you
to your co-owners for the annual u crk performed
upon said mine during said years is One Hun
dred and Severity.five dollars, that being the
sum for which each of you is delinquent at the
date of this notice.
You. your heirs and assigns are hereby noti
fied that if yrm or they should ful or refuse to
pay and contribute jour or their proportion ol
the said expenditure, to-wiL the sum cf One
Hundred and Seventy-five dollars each, within
ninety dajm after the (Aiblieation of this notice
at least ence a week for ninety dajs in this
newspaptr, the same being the newspaper pub
lished nearest the said claim, your interest, or
that of your heirs or assigis. in said claim will
becoaie the property of your co-owner, the un
dersigned, whose place of business is at the
town of Brsbee, A. T.
Dated July cv 1889.
COPPER QUEEN CONSOLIDATED MIN
ING COMPANY. 7-9-3m
Notice of Dissolution of Partnership.
The partnership heretofore existing under the
same and style of Hart & Walker, in Bisbee,
County of Cochise, Territory of Arizona, is dis
aolved by fnutoal consent. All persons who are
indebted to the said firm will pay to Jame A.
Hart, who win pay all debts owing by !d arm.
IAS. A. It ART,
, ,aea& i860.;
(First Publication August 34. I8S9.)
tiillentiun .. S'.'i For a Pateat to tbe
Clrtrlanrt .llntns Malta.
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of
cnapier six, tiue tnirty-two, 01 the Kevised
Statutes of the United States, Charles Gran
ville Johnson, whose posti mceaddressis Tomb
ktoac. Arizona, diiming tbe Cles eland mining
claim, lytn; and being situated within tbe
Warren .M.ning District. Cochise county and
lYiT'tory of Arizona, is about to make appli
cation to the United States for a viiteDt to the
said Cleveland mining claim, vshich is more
fully t'escriVd as to metes and bounds by the
olhcial plat and held notes of the survey Ihereef,
now tn file in the office of the Kegiiter of the
U :. Land Office at Tucon, Arizona, which
field notes of survey describe the boundaries
ard extent of said claim 01 the surface with
magnetic variation tl 35' east, as follows, to
ISeginnia; at the initial monument, a 214
inch post marked IMC CM C No 1, at the
e.t tenter end of claim, from which U S M M
No 1 bears N 54 3I' W 2083 ft; thence i aj
oo' W 224 4 ft to 2x4 Inch post marked CMC
No 2; thence 2 64 12" E 965 ft, to a 2x4 inch
post marked CMC No 3- thence N' 41 49' E
300 ft, in a 2x4 inch post m irked C M C No 4;
ibeoce N 25 00 E 284 ft, to a 2x4 inch post
m.tked C M C No s; therce N 67 20' W Iom
ft, to a 2x4 inch post marked CMC No 6:
thence S 2500' W 290.4 fL to a post marked C
M C No 1, and placeof beginning, and contain
ing 12 83-1 00 acres. The said mining claim be
ing of record in the office of the Recorder of
Cochise county, at Tombstone, in the county
tnd Territory aforesaid, and the presumed gen
eral course or direction of the said Cleveland
mining claim, vein, lode or mineral deposit be
ing shown upon the plat posted herewith, as
nar a can be determined from present devel
opments this claim Deing for one thousand and
fifty imear feet thereof, together with the surface
ground shown upon the official plat posted
herewith, the said sein, lode and mining prem
ises hereby sought to be patented being bounded
as follows, lo-w it: Upon the west by the Hol
hrook M. C. lot 53; upon the east by the Angel
mining claim, lh said claim being designated
as lot 70 in the official plat posted nerewith.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
abose described raining claim, or ai.y portion
therecf to described, sun eyed platted and ap
plied for, are he.eby notified that unless their
adverse claims are duly filed according to law,
ard the regulations thereunder, within the time
nrescnhl bvlaw. with the Repisterof th. II.
S I .and Office at Tucson, in tie Territory of
Arizona, tney win De Darren Dy virtue 01 the
provisions ol siidfMatute.
And it is hereby ordered that this notice be
published for ten consecutive weeks in the
Tombstone Epitaph, a daily newspaper pub
lished at Tombstone, Cochise county, Arizona.
Dated this 20th day of August, A. D. 1BS9.
HERBhRT BROWN. Register.
PROPOSALS FOR MESQUITE WOOD.
Headquarters Department of Arizona,
Omce of the Chiet Quartermaster. Los Angeles,
CiL. August 5. 1889. Sealed proposals will be
received at this office, and at the efficeof the
Quartet rraster at Fort Lowell. A T., until 11
o'clock a. ra, on THURSDAY, September 5.
1E89, and opened immrdiately thereafter in tae
jtcsence of bidders, for furnishing and deliver
ing 900 cords MeSQuite Wood, during the fiscal
sear ending tune 30. ISoo. at Fort Lowell, A.
T. Preference given t& articles of domesuc
production and manufacture, conditions of price
and quality being eqoal, and sub preference
given to arLdes ot American production and
manufacture produced on the Pacific Coast to
the extent of the consumpt on required by the
public service there. Spec fie itiens. instructions
to bidders and blank forms of proposal "ill be
furnished on application to this efnee, or to the
Post Qx-irtermasteT at Fort Lonel). A. T A.
S. KIMBALL, Quarterroasur U. S. Army,
PROPOSALS FOR HORSES FOR CAV.
ALRY SERVICE. Headquarters Depart
ment of Arizona, Office Chief Quartermaster,
Los Angeles, t,aL. August 3. 1BS9. Sealed
proposals will be received at thisoff.ee until n
o'clock, a. m., Tuesdav, September 3. 1889 and
opened immediately thereafter in the present- of
bidders, for the furnishing and delivering, at 'he
earliest practicable date, at Los Angeles, CaL,
or Albuquerque. N. M., of all or any part ol
two hunaied horses required lor cavalry ser
vice, the Government reserving the njrht to re
ject the whole or any part of any bid received.
Proposals lor deliveries 01 the horses at M.
Louis, Mb, or other points lhan thoe named.
will be enterta'ned. Preference siven to articles
of domestic production, conditions of price and
quality being equal, and such preference given
to arucies 01 rtmencan proaucucn proauceu on
the Pacific Cnast to tre extent of the consump
tion required by the public service there. Speci
firatione, general instructions to Hdders and
tUr.k forms of propo;al will be furnished on ap
plication to this cfiice. or to the Depot Quarter
master Su Louis, Mo. A. S. KIMBALL,
Quartermaster, U. S. A., Chief Quartermaster.
THE GLOBE DRY ORE CONCEN
TRATOR will concentrate from 15 to
25 tons of galena ore per day, and of
light sulphurets from 7 to 15 tons.
For Particulars address
Room 117 Phelan Building,
San Francisco, CaL
A Pocket Mirror Free to Smokers of
Tbe Daily Epitafb is the only pa
per in Cochise county that takes
Genuine Scotch and Irish
Whiskies a SDecialty.
Boston Baked Beans
The Best of All Kinds ot
Wines and Liquors.
BILLIARDS AND POOL.
A place where gertlemen will be pleasantly
received, politely waited on. and where they can
(Next to Elite Theafr)
The Choicest Brands of
Always on Hand.
ALLE5 ST.. BIT. FOCRTH & FIFTH.
Oysters and Fish Fresh
All the Delicacies in Season.
Open at All Hours
Miss Nellie V. Walsh, Proprietress.
409 ALLEN STREET.
MRS. A. TDQDET, PROPRIETRESS.
Shelled and Canned Oysters
Constantly on Hand.
Finest Eating House in the
KANSAS CIIY, PUEBLO,
NEW YORK, ST. LOUIS,
OTHER EASTERN POINTS.
For information regarding rates and tickets
apply at the Stage Office (with Wells, Fargo
C. D. GACrE CO., Agents.
LKoHam Hftiea, fnstictf itanis, Jip
UcabU to At mem Cod, mimag bonds
amddetds, mud ail Hanks ccmnunfy in
MsU. jl5W BBBsb SBBsf JBBBBBBsT SSBBBBBBbL
SHAUGHNESSY & McDOKOUGH
Kept constantly Oa
Also the best
The best BILLIALD HALL in the city I
connection with the saoon.
ST. LOUIS BEER ON DRAGHT.
A. GOHN & BRO
Cutlery, Stationery and
Constantly m Han.
MEERSCHAUM AND AMBER GOOD
&le Agent tor the "SLOTE CIGAR.
A. COHN & BRO'.
Allen Street, bet. Fourth and Fifth
TOMBSTONE,' A IZOMA
GEORGE BERROTT - Presides
GEO. H. CARREL - - - Vice-President
R. W.WOOD Cashier
WIU. TRANSACT A GENERAL
KIIIC BUSINESS, EXCHANGE; RECEIVE DE
POSITS COLLECTIONS, ETC.
The Cochise Hotel
Cor. 4th & Tonghnnt Sts.
Only First Class Hotel in
LAEGE, LOFTY ROOMS
Elegant Parlor for Guests.
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers
J. V. VIC&ERS
REAL ESTATE Booht, Sold and Rented
MONEY Loans Negotiated aad ftretme.
INSURANCE-Ttre. XcbaeaV aad Ufa
MINES Booch -aA Sold..
COLLECnONS-Made, Tsjas Pid.