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TOMBSTONE, COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA. FRIDAY MORNING. SHPTEMUER 0, iSSy
TOMBSTONE DAILY EPITAPH
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING
MEEK &. MADERO.
Fourth Street, Between Fremont and Alien
M lt T.lrilON KtTl.x.
One Year (in advance) ... .510 00
Six Months . 6 00
inree .vionms ... 3 00
Delivered by Cunm tor 25 cents per vvrek
Kl C S3LOM0N 103CE NO. 5. F & A M
H M ETb I HE T1UKU AlfK-
r p i '" cah ,aonln U Masonic Hall
7C All Wiling Broth nmooi standing
.' are invited o attend. pecia! meet
ings when the ilig is noisted on the Hall
LiUl. W. Cl!fcVL. W. M.
A, L. Ghovv. ec.
JL STATED MEETING ON THE
JJT third Wejnesda) of each month in Ma
AiyS sonic HalL Notice of special meetings
b liji'ting special thu;. rejourning Com
panion 'ordially invited.
XixjU'H Cohn. H '.
F. L. M'MKB, iecretajj.
ARIZONA 103CE N3. 4. K. OF P.
KcGb LAK CONVENTION
every Monday een.r.m Masonic Hail.
Visiting Knights in good standing are
I V. Ku OB. C. C.
D. Mosuunicr. K. of K and S
COCHISE 10DCE NO. 5, 1.0.0. F.
MEETS EVERY TUESDAY
! in ilaann HalL Witinir Brothers
-iifirt!P" in eood standing ire cordially in
vited to attend. I i LottKY, N. j.
Y. D. Monmomek, Rec sec
IHlif 10DCE, NO 3 OAUCHTERSOF REBECCA
jFndasin ch month at Masonic
Hall, visitors in good standing are
cordially invited to attend.
Mrs. T E. I-ov.ri, N. u.
WASHINGTON CAMP NO I, P 0 S. OF A
ja&fct. REGULAR MEETINGS OF
V this Camp the first and third rn-
"Z3V days of each month. :n Masonic
Hall, police of special rr. 'ngs by hoisting
the flag. G. E. Kr.ui.PK, President.
COURT ARIZONA NO 7.270 A 0 F.
.STATED MEETINGS SEC-
ond and fourth Wednesdajs of
each month Visiting members
in good standing are cordially
Iosf.fu VlNrtNT. C. R.
, A. WiTTIC, tec Secty.
BURNSIOE POST, C. A R.
REGULAR MEETINGS OK THE POST
will be held on the second and fourth Wednes
days of each month in Masonic HalL Notice
of special meetings given by hoisting the Post
flag. j. H. CAMPBELL P. C
TOMBSTONE TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION NO 197.
EETS FIRST SUNDAY IN EACH
month, at 3 o clock p m
J. T. Madeko Secretary.
FRANK C. EARLE,
Assay & Metallurgical Laboratory
Office: 319 Fremont Street,
Opposite City II
E. P. RYDER,
r P F I C. E ON FREMONT.
h. Third and Fourth streets
k tc.r huildinir). us stairs
rvntistrv in ail its branches. Satisfaction
H. SCHMIEDING, DENTIST,
Teeth extracted without pain by
means of the new method of anj
electric vibrator, uoia ruling. iu- --
ficial teeth set in gold, celluloid and rubber.
WIIAtAM HERRING. HOWARD F HERRING.
HERRING & HERRLNG,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT
Law, Toughnut street. Tombstone, Arix.
W. H. STILWELL,
TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT
iLaw. Fourth street. Tombs 3 ne. A, T.
HENRY G. HOWE,
TTNITED STATES DEPUTY MINERAL'
I I, Tnkiinrr Jnmiu. Member 1
fThe Amencan Institute of Mining Engineers.
J.. ,f rik to the care of mines for non
iffiTjS and corporations. n.? best of
SweacepTffl. Correspondence soUated.
ii i.i:i km:i ti. orni hj
ttu.rin., Lr.tl V, tit 1-L.fc.V.
N-cntiry N O M unit
A-aditiw 1 1' ivjas liu.ili .
Attorn, General I i.akk CMi'ki HILI.
Srvejor (;neral itMN A. Htsu
'I rea-urer J. Y. I. smiiii.
Superintendent of Public Instruction O. W.
Delegate to Congress M. A. SMI rii.
Sjp'nntenleni of Tumtwrwl Pnon -J. II.
I ri:i.ui. c oi nr
Chiet lusiic. J iMf, H WatbHT.
Assuciiu )ui.n s -W. V. 1'unn.K, VV. H
iMi:i) i ' i:r
First ludi.'i. Oitni.t V H. Harms.
Second Judi in .iiitna -W. W. 1'xKlbK.
Third udii.ul i.-tn t . 11. YVKic.nr.
i Mii.ii i vt j.o oi.i ii i::
United SUtes M.ir ml-W. K MHUE.
Unuedsut:a Atljrnt) 0fcN 1 RtHJSB.
d ! I.llll Oil II I.
Registi-r A. 1). LK ir.
Keceiicr hki.ii v.iih.
I I ollMI- IIIMI'ltl
Tuooa J. 1 riAWBUi rv.
iombstone V. c Wiu-jv
Nogiles J. M. Wil-on.
.! M I 1)1 I'll I Its
Supervisor B. s. (.unnvv, Chairman, and
fOH. MoNn;uihKi anil. . Win ru Mem
bers. Shenft J. II. -i.vi'GitTt.R.
Undi-rsnr:rl E. A. --ilTfi.-CK.
treasurer - P. Mi-VLl.isTi.il.
Recorder W. r Hkaulky
Distnu Atlorne) W. H snuvtLL.
Probatejudge i- K Moh,
Clerk Instnct Coin G II. DAILY.
Surveyor H G liil.
Assessor N. A Gilum.
IT ill IM'I.Ks
Maor Chaki r - N Thomas.
Chief of Po.k Ii U o ..
Trriurer C): : i k 1 h' mi i ian"
Citv Attor-. v i. V. ,' .:
Aadito' in ! rs - 1 - . iU.ikf.
Cm- iw- .- -J . ,- ,
Count Ir !- h-'Wi'i - !iku i .'itc
undvYirl H v -t i: l ' . S i-.i
Lippekt F.ahW.-: ; .ii Pmiiihm
Juan A. Garcia,
SAN PEDRO, MINORA, MEXIiO.
Pays strict lit : 'i - i . i ' m lit- tonr." t--d
Aith tlie Mrxic in ' u ifiii Ho . i- ix?, tin-i
ble for alt lint-- .n.,.o-'i tv tr M 'oirOov
trnment, but not :r ' it - t a the Custom h
officers nel-ct to s.! ir,t Atl huint-s tun
nectcd wiiii the I t in Uitom House at
tended to with prompt re ami dipttch.
XTAll paptraid document- givn itntnedi
ate attention at very ra&onable prices
Notice of Forfeiture.
rr0 j. VLKh ND PALI. MAkONEY
JL their l nrs a.d iv-iT)-. nu,ire ht-rebv
notified b) th t.n ' -rj-ineii th.it tiie -uni of On
Kindred Dcltrr. h.s Utn epf-ndrd t your
co-owners in eit-h f tht yars 1882. 1S83, 18841
1885, 18S6, 1&87 -ini 1K88 m prrfornunp the
annual work upon V mining claim locates! un
dcr the nanic &f Io,vll, and omelim. s culled
the Mehina mine, M'U-ttc .n the" Warren Vii.mg
Distnct in the countv of oci:sc, 'lerntoryo?
Arizona, v hich bunt w ii r qu ri d by the 1 iws oi
Conrjrtfs to br aniu J!j ( Xfurnde t by th own
ers of the cl 11m to hold the -tnt ou and
each oi ou hav- faiUd to contribute our pro
portion of said expenditure for labor and 1m-proeir.en-i
ujon sid ciaim, as required b
section 2324 of the Revised tatJtti of the
United Mates. The im due from each of you
to our co owners for the annual work performed
upon aid mine during said years is Cine Hun
dred and twenty fiv dollars, that being the
sum for which each of you is delinquent at the
date of this notice.
You, our heirs and assigns are hcreb noti
fied that if vu or they should fU or refuse to
pay and contribute jour or ihtnr proportion ol
the said expenditure, to-it, the sum of One
Hundred and Seventy-five dollars each, within
mne! day after the publication of this notice
at least onre a week for ninety davs in this
ne-Aspapr, the same beinp the newspaper pub
lished neareM tb said cUinn. our interest, or
that of our heirs or asskrs. in said claim will
become the property of jor co-owner, the un
dersigned, whoe place of business is at the
town of Bisbee, A T.
DalctJ j uly q, 1 Soy
COPPER QUEEN CONSOLIDATED MIN
ING COMPANY. 7 9-3m
Notice of Dissolution of Partnership.
The partnership heretofore existine and' r the
nam-and st)Ir of Hart H. Waiker. in I$i-!ee,
County of C rehire, Terntorv of Anzona. is div
solved by rnntuil consent AH jiersons viho are
indebted to the said firm will pa) to James A.
Hart, uho mil pay all debts owinR by sud firm.
Jas. A Hart.
T. A. Walklr.
Bisbee, Jnne 2J, 1889.
Try some of Crose fc iSlackwcH'e
Jams. For bale at Wolcott's. tf
The best way to stop Harris, the
tailor, from talking, is to oriler a suit
of clothes fiom him. tf
J.o to Wolcott's for good goods at
the lowest prices.
Fresh everlasting millet-seed at Hoef-ers.
(Firt lubhcation August 2, I889.)
tpillriillcu An, i'.'.' fur a 1'al'ut 10 Die
C'litrluil 1lnlui; tlaliai
Nonce is hereby given that in pursutnee of
chipter six, tub thirtv-luo, of the ReMsed
Statutes ol the L niteil States, Charles (,ran
ville Johnson, hoe porlice address is Iomb
stone. Aniona, claiming the C leteland mining
ilaini. lyini; and being tailed within the
Warrtn Mimni: District. Cochne countv and
Terntorv uf Arizona, is aliout to inale appli
cation 10 the United States for a patent to the
.Mvi Cleveland mining claim, which is more
fully described as to metes and bounds bj the
ori.iial t-lat and held notes of the survey theretf,
now en tile in the orliceofthe Register of the
V ?. Land Othce at iucson, Arizona, which
Bell notes of survey describe the boundaries
ind extent of said claim en the surf ice with
uaijnelic anatiwn il 35'eait, as folows, to
IVginniu at the initial monument, a 2x4
inch 1-oit marked I M C C M C No 1, at the
c-l tenter end of claim, from which U M M
N'o 1 bears N 54 3I' W, 20R3 ft; thence S 23
00' W 221 4 ft to 2114 inch post marked C M C
No 2; tlier.ee S 64 12' h 965 ft. to a 2V4 inch
po-t marked CMC Vo 3 thence N 4F 4 E
joo ft, to a 2x4 inch pot 111 irked C M t- o 4;
thence N 15' 00 L 2S4 tt. to a 2x4 inch post
Tiarknl C M C No 5; ther-ce N 670 20' V I053
ft, to a 2x4 inch post marked C M C No 0,
thr-nee 25 00' W 290 4 ft. to a jiost narked t
1 1 No 1, and place of beginning, and contain
nt; 12 88-100 acres. The said ininin': claim be
.'ig 'ji record in the orliLe of the Ret order of
C i-chisc county, at 1 ombstone, in the county
an J 'territory aforesaid, and the premed gen
eral course or direction ol the said Cleveland
mining claim, vein, lode or mineral deposit be
ing hovn upon the plat posted here. th, as
iH-ar as can be determined from present devel
opments, this cUini rjeing for one thousand and
iftv .inear feet thereof, together uith the surface
ground shown upon the official pltt po-ted
herewith, the said vein, lode ana mining prem
ises hreby sought to be p itemed being bounded
aslollows, to-wit Upon the west by the Hol
brook M. C. lot 53; upon the east bv the Angel
minr.g claim the said cairn being designated
as lot ?o in the crrlual plat posted rerewith.
Any and all persons claiming advtrselv the
above described mining claim, or anv portion
thereof -o desinbed. surveyed plaited and ap
plied for. are he eb notified that unless their
dv erse ckaims are duly filed accorJing to law.
a' d the regu.ations thereunder, within the I. me
; n -.crib-d bv Law. with the Register cf the U
S Land Oaice at Tucson, in the Termor) of
Arizona, they will 1 barred bv v.rluc of the
provisions of said Matute.
And it is hereh) ordered that this notice be
ruh.i-.hed for ten con-ecutive weeks in the
Tombstone EriTAPH, a da.ly newspaper pub
lished at Tomb-tone. Cochise count), Arizona.
Dated this 20th day of August, A. D. 1689.
HERBERT BROWN, Register.
I)kGPj;-ALS FOR MESQUITE WOOD.
Headquarters Department of Arizona,
ittice of the C hief Quartermaster. Los Angeles,
t ah .iiyust 5 1889. Sealed proposals w ill be
received at this office, and at the cttice of the
tju irttrmasler at rort Lowell. A. T , until zi
oclock a m, on THURDAY. 5-eptetnber 5,
1889 and opened immediately thereafier in tne
presence of bidders, for furnishing and deliver
ing 000 cords Mesquite Wood, during the fiscal
)earendirg Ji.ne 30, I890, at tort Lowell, A.
T Preference given to articles of domestic
prodacticn and manufacture, conditions cf price
and qnaltty !eing equal, and such preference
given to articles ot American ppoduction and
manufacture produced on the Pacific Coast to
the extent of the consumption required by the
public s rt ice there. Specifications, instructions
to bidders and blank forms of proposal will be
furnished on application to this orhce, or to the
Post Quartermaster at Fort Lowell A. T A.
" KIMBALL. Quartermaster U. S Army,
T.oposals for hordes for cav
. ALRY SERVICE. Headquarters Depart
ment of Arizona, Office Chitf Quirtermaster,
I.iis Angeles. CaL, August 3. i83 -Sealed
propo-als wtll be received at thisorhee until 11
oclock. a. m , TLesday, September 3, 1880, and
ojiened immediately thereafter in the presence of
bidder-., for the furnishing and delivering, at the
earli st practicable date, at Los Angeles, CaL,
or Albuquerque, N. M , of all or any part Df
tw o hundred horses required for Cavalry ser
vice, the government reserving the right to re
ject the w hole or an) part of any b.d received.
Propo-aLs for deliveries of the horses at St
Ixim-, Mo. , or other points than thoe named,
will be entertained IVcfercnce given to articles
of d jmestic production, conditions of price and
qail!ly being equal, and such preference given
to articles of Amencan production produced on
tie Pacific Coast to the extent of the consump
tion required by the public service there. Speci
f.cat.on, general instructions to bidders and
Mank forms of proposal will be furnished on ap
plication to this office, or to the Depot Quarter
miner St. Louis, Mo A. S KIM BALI.,
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
Many Imitate None Equal.
The Daily Epitaph is the only pa
per in Cochise county that takes
speial dispatch es.
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 gentlemen will be pleasantly
received, politely waited on, and where they can
(Next to Elite Theater)
The Choicest Brands of
Always o Hand.
ALLEV ST.. BET. FOURTH & FIFTH.
Oysters and Fisli Fresli
All the Delicacies in Season.
Open at All Hours
Miss Nellie V. Walsh, Proprietress.
409 ALLEN STREET.
MRS. A. TUQOET, PROPRIETRESS.
Shelled and Canned Oysters
Constantly on Hand.
Finest Eating House in the
nan nnin Tirtiirxrt
KANSAS CI1Y, PDEBLO,
NEW YORK, ST. LOUIS,
OTHER EASTERN POINTS.
For information regarding rates and tickets
apply at the Stage. Office (with Wells, Fargo
C. D.'GAGE & CO., Agents.
Location notices, Justict? blanks, ap
plicable to the nrjt Code, mining bonds
and deeds, and all blanks commonly in
use, for salt at this office.
SHAUGHNESSY & McDONOUGH
A11J brandsEof Fine L
Kept constantl) On
Also the best
The best IIII.MALD HAI.L in the city
connection with the saoon.
ST. LOUIS BEER ON DRAGHT.
A. GOHN & BRO
Cutlery, Stationery and
Constantly v Hans.
MEERSCHAUM AND AMBER GOOD
ftle Agent" for the "SLOTI CIGAR.
A. COHN &. BRO'.
Allen Street, bet. Fourth and Fifth
TOMBSTOHE.I A IZ0NA
GEO. H. CARREL -R.
W. WOOD - -
- - T'residun
- - Cashier
WILL TRANSACT A GENERAL
KING BUSINESS, EXCHANGE, RECEIVE DL"
POSITS COLLECTIONS, ETC.
The Cochise Hotel
Cor. 4th & Toiitrfimit Sts.
Only First Class Hotel in
LARGE, LOFTY E00MS
Elegant Parlor for Guests.
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers
J. V. VICKERS
REAL ESTATE Bought, Sold and Rented
MONEY Loans Negotiated and Investmen
INSURANCE Fire, Accident and Life
MINES Bought and Sold.
COLLECTIONS Made. Taxes Paid,