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TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA. SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 7, 1889
" ' 'f' ' 'ill IN"
TOMBSTONE DAILV EPITAPH
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING
IK &. MADERO.
Fomth Street, Between Fremont and Allen
One Year (in advance) jio oo
SU Months 600
Thrre, Months 300
Delivered by Garners for 35 cents per week.
Kl C SOLOMON IO0CE HO. S. F. & A M.
U MEETS THE TII1KU SATUR-
'H day in each month at Maomc Hall.
V All Visiting Brothers in good standing
' are invited to attend. Special Hirel
ings when the rlagis hoisted on the Hall.
GBO. V. ClIbVNEY. W. M.
A, L. Gkow, Sec.
R. A. H
JL STATED MEETINGS ON THE
Tjr third Wednesday of each mnnth in Ma
f& sonic HalL Notice of sjiecial meetings
by hoi'Ung special flag. Sojourning Com
panion "crdiaUy invited.
Aimlpii Cuiis-, H. I".
F. L. Mooke, Secretary.
ARIZONA LODCE Nj. 4. K. OF P.
I every Monday even.Lin Masonic Hall.
v isiting Knights in good standing are
1. V. Kelsoe. C C.
W. D. Mosmoniek. K. of R. and S.
, COCHISE LODCE NO. 5, 1. 0. 0. F.
MEETS EVERY TUESDAY
In Masonic HalL Visiting Brothers
in good standing are cordially in
vited to attend. T. E. Lou hy, S. G.
W. D. Mosmonier, Rec. Sec.
IHITYLOOCE.NO 3. DAUCHTERS OF REBECCA
iFridarsia each month at Masonic
vyi5R HaU. Visitors in rood standing are
cordially invited to attend.
Mrs. T. E. Lowky. N. G.
WASHINGTON CAMP NO I, P. 0. S. OF A.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF
this Camp the first and third Fri
days of each month, in Mjsonic
HalL Notice of special meetings fcj hoisting
the flag. G. E. Kohlf.k. President.
COURT ARIZONA NO. 7,270 A 0 F.
STATED MEETINGS SEC-
Vifc , ond and fourth Wednesdaj s of
eacn roonui iuuj niwiiwi
in good standing are cordial!)
Joseph Vincent, C. R
E. A. Wrrric, Kec. Secty.
BURXSIDE POST, C. A. R.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF 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
fla. . H. Campbell P. C.
TOMBSTONE TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION, NO. 197.
MEETS FIRST SUNDAY IN EACH
month, at 30 dock p. m.
J. T. Madeko. Secretary.
FIlAJfK C. JBAKLE,
Assay Metallurgical Laboratory
Office: 31U Fremont Street,
Opposite City H
E. P. RYDER,
OFFICE ON FREMONT.
beL Third anJ Fourth streets
' (Gird building), up stairs
Dentistry in ail it branches. Satisfaction
H. SCHMIEDING, DENTIST,
Teeth extracted without pain by
means of the new method of a-i
electric vibrator. Gold filling, arti
ficial tetb set in gold, cell-ioid and rubberja
iWILUAM HERRING. HOWARD F HEKKING.
HERRING & HERRLNG,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT
Law, Tuughnut street. Tombstone. ArU.
W. H. STILWELL.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT
Law, Fourth street. Tombs ne. A, " '
HENRY G. HOWE,
TTNITED STATES DEPUTY MINERAL
J SunrtyoT. Tombstone. Arizona. Member
of the American Insulate of Mining Engineers.
Attention given to the care of mines for non
resident owners aad corporations. The best of
-reference given. Correspondence solicited.
lM.itiiotti si. oil t 1 i:
Govcrno- 1.KHI-. Wijuim,
Secretary N. O. McKl'UV
Auditor I HOMAs lit 1,111 -.
Attorney tiener.ti--CLAkK JHL'H HILL.
Surveor General iihn A. HisE.
Trei-irrr . V. I. Sunn.
Superintendent of Public Instruction G. W.
Delegate to Congress M. A. Smi rn.
Superintendent of Territorial Prison J. H.
-i rui.ui: tiituT
Chief Jtutice JMb, H WKK.Hr.
Asaucuti Ja-l.ws V W. Pokti K, W. H
iiii;k 1 4 ki i:r
First ludic.ai 1 strict W 11. B.vksks.
econd Judi -in -Jistnct V. W. I'oklF.R.
Third JudiwiU Dotrut J. 11. Wkumr.
1 m.i !riu. 01.1 11 i.i:
United SLitts Marmi W. K. Mt-AOE.
United suits Aiime) Ufcv . RtsE.
IKoilN l.tMl III I II i:
Register A. D. U:tt.
Receiver Fklo. W. suiim.
I IMcllI- (II I'll k.lts
Tucson J. B. Hamblktun.
Tombstone V. C Wilson.
Nogales J. M. Wilson.
4l M V III 111 I.K
Sjpervisor B. . CuHMAN, Chairman, and
Ollv MoNrKEKV and T. J. White, Mem
bers. ShTitt . H. Slacghtf.b.
Under Shtntt E. A. H.vrTLXK.
rt surer Jas. V. Mi. 4U-lsrKH.
Recorder W. F. Bradley.
iislnct Attorney W. H. STIUVtLL.
Proiute Judge E. R. Musk.
Clerk District Co'irt G. II. DAILY.
Surveyor 1 1 . G. HoWK.
Assessor N. A. G11.I.AM.
n nun i.i:
Major CiI.KLF- N. T1K1MAS.
Chief of Police i W. G mi..
Treasurer Ollc kk 1 k 1; li w.
Cit j' Altorit- , 'A', s a 1
Auditor ar.il X-.ori!fr Va. Haw ke.
City As-. jr J U'i.'M k
Co'nclri.tn l''lV.'ii !r;v(k.
ondA'ird. ii avi , i- I r.11 ! .1-
Lippert, rjjt'i V.tr
H l'r IS! I li I.)
Juan A. Garcia,
SAN PEDRO, MNORA, MEXI'.O.
Paysslnct ittf-rt:.. - i a.I m.itters connv.!tMl
with the Mt-xic in u xm liou-r. 1 rrp.n-i-bW
for all tiii.- imj ut.-J bv th- M-.c.ir jiyv
ernment, but not tr a r- tJ.at t!." '; totni
orliccrs neRlru to i.har. All im m- ton
new ,td with the M'Xu m Oi torn Houac at
traded to with prornpinest and dispatch.
X?"A11 priptrsard d'cun: nt- gu r. miniedi
atr attention .it very rioaab;e pnns
Notice of Forfeiture
AO -V S. NKFI AM) I'AtT. MAkONI.V
i. their heirs and as.ii;ni Yua .irt r,Terj
noufied bv th' undTignel th.t tl urn of Ont
II imlred IolIars hi lieen expend ri ! our
co-ont-rs in each of the year 1882, 1883,' 18341
1885, 1816. 1887 and it88. in performing the
annual ork upon the mining ditm locau-d un
der the same of Mo!. ma. and sometiim s called
the Me!ir.a mine, ,:tuate in the Warreh Mir.ing
D,str:ct. in iV counlv of I'oehise, 'Ierntory of
Anzona, which uni was n-quired b) the laws nt
Congress to le annually expended by the own
ers of the claim to hold the stm1. You and
each ol ou htv,- tailed to contribute our pro
portion of said expenditure for labor and im
provemei.ts uxm said claim, as required In
sertion 2324 of ll.e Revised Statutes of Ihe
United Mates. The sn.n due from each of jou
O your c-o-owr.ers for the annual work performed
upon said mine lar'.n said jears i On Hun
dred and Seventj-.Sve dollars, th it being the
sum (or which each of you is delinquent at the
date of this notice.
You, your heirs and a-igni are hereby noti
ried that if jou or they should fill or refuse to
pay and contribute J our or their proportion ol
the said expenditure, to-wit, the sum of One
Hundred and Seventy-five dollars each, within
ninety day after tne publication of this notice
at least once a week for ninety days in thi-.
newspap r, the same Unng the newspaper pub
lishei nearest the said claim, J-oor mteresL or
th 11 of your heirs or assign f. in said claim will
become ihe property of jour co-owner, the un
dersigned, wboe place of business is at the
lown 01 histee, A i .
Dated July o. 1889.
COI'I'ER ijL'EEN CONSOLIDATED MIN
ING COMt'ANY. 7-9-3m
Notice of Dissolution of Partnership.
The partnership heretofore existing under the
name and stjleof Hart & Walker, in Bioe'
County of Cnchi, Temtorj of Arizona, is dis
solved by mutual consent All perwins who are
indebted to the said firm will pay to James A.
Hart, who will pay all debts owing by said firm.
JAS. A. Uakt.
T. A. WALKF.K.
Risliee. June 2S, 188
Try some of Cro.-e it Blackwell'a
Jams. For sale at Wolcott's. tf
The l)cst way to ."top Harris, the
tailor, from talking, is to order a suit
of clothes ftom him. tf
So to Wolcott's for eood goods at
the lowest prices.
Fresh everlasting millet-seed at Hoef-ers.
(First lublication August 24, I8S9.)
;'!!r.1!fuu Ac. Zt: TT - S'atriit ! liie
Clrirliuiil .lllulus I lalm
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of
chapter si, till.' iliinj-two. of the Reviseil
Statutes of the United States, Charles (Iran-
ille Johnson, whose postofticeaddrcsRis lomb
slone. Arizona, claiming the Cleveland mining
cUuu. hing and being situated within Ihe
Warren Mining District. Cochise county and
Territory of Arizona, is about tt make appli
cation t'o lite Unilttl States for a patent to the
said L'loeland mining claim, whuh is more
fully described as to metes .and bounds by the
ornciiii'pLtt and held notes of the survey thereof,
now en file in the orhce of the Register of the
U 5. Land Ottice at 1 ucon, Arizona, w hich
neld, notes of survey describe Ihe loundanes
end extent of said claim on the surface with
nignetic variation il 35' east, as follows, to-
Heginmng at the initial monument, a 2x4
:ach post marked I M C C M t No 1, at the
cl center end of claim, from which U S M M
'o 1 bears N 54' 3I' W. 2083 ft; thence S 25
00' W i4 4 ft to 2x4 inch post marked C M C
No 2; tnencc S 04" 12' E 965 ft, to a 2x4 inch
,si marked C M C No 3 theme N 4!' 4y' E
joo ft, to a 2x4 inch post mirked C M C No 4;
ihence N 2500 E 284 ft, to a 2x4 inch po.t
ni irked C M C No s; ther-ce N 67" 20 W I033
ft, to a 2x4 inch post marked C MC No o;
thence S 500' W 290.4 ft, to a post marked I
I ( No 1, and place of beginning, and contain
ng is 88-100 acres. The said mining claim be
.n$ of record in the ornce of the Recorder of
' ochue county, at 1 oraustone, in the county
ml Teiritorj aforesaid, and the preumed gen
eral course or direction of the s ud I leveland
mining claim. em. lode or mineral deposit be-
ng shown upon the plat posted herewith, as
nesir as can be determined from present devel
opments, this claim oeing for one thousand and
ift .mearfeei thereof, together with the surface
ground shown upon the official plat posted
h-rew.th, the said vein, lode and mining prem
ise hereby sought to be patented being bounded
is follows, to-wif Upon thewest tj the Hoi
brook M. C, lot 53; upon theestby the Angel
mining claim, the said claim teing designated
is lot 70 in the official plat poted herewith.
An) and all persons claiming adversely the
above described mining claim, or aiy ;-;;;;.:
therecf it) described, survejed flatted and ap
il"i i"or, a.c tie.-eby noti.a that unless their
luverse claims are cuiy filed according to law-,
nd the regulations thereunder, within the time
described by law, with the kegister of the C
S.iand Office at Tucson, m the Territory of
Arizona, they w ill be barred by virtue of the
provisions of said Stitute.
And it is hereby ordered that this notice be
published for ten consecutive weeks in the
lomljstone EriTAril, a daily newspaper pub
lished at Tombstone, Cochise county. Arizona.
Dated this 20th day of August, A I). i83o.
HERBERT BROWN. Register.
LROPOSAI.S FOR MESOUITE WOOD.
Headquarters Department of Arizona,
mice f the Chief fjuartermaster. I.os Angeles,
aL, August 5. 1839. Sealed proposds will be
received at this, office, and at the etnee cf the
Viartei master at Fort Lowell, A, T , until 11
oclock a. m., on THURSDAY, September 5,
1889, and opened immediatt-ly thereafter in tne
presence of bidders, for furni hing and deliver
ing 900 cords Mefquite Wood, dunng the fiscal
vear ending June 30, I890, at Fort Lowell, A.
T. Preference given to articles of domestic
production and manufacture, conditions of price
and quality lieing equal, and such preference
given to articles of American production and
manufacture produced on the Pacific Coast to
the extent of the consumption required by the
public service there. Speeificitions, instructions
to bidders and blank forms of proposal will lie
furni -bed on application to this office, or to the
Post (.martermasler at Fort Lowell. A. T. A.
S. KIMBALL, Ouarteruiasicr U. S. Armj-,
( hicf Liuartermaster.
PROPOSALS FOR HORSES FOR CAV.
ALRY SERVICE. Headquarters Depart
ment of Arizona, Office Chief t uirtcrmaster,
I.os Angeles. CaL, Augu 3, 1839. Sealed
proposals will lie received at thisoff.ee until ir
o'clock, a. m.. Tuesday, September 3, 1889. and
opened immediately tliereatler in the present of
bidders, for the furnishing and delivering, at the
earlu-st practicable dale, at I-os Angeles, CaL,
'it Albuquerque, N. M.. of all or any part of
two hundred horses required for Cavalry ser
vice, the government reserving the right to re
ject the whole or anj part of any bid received.
Proposals for deliveries of the horses at St.
1.CU-, Mo., or other points than those named.
ill be entertained. IVeference given to articles
of domestic production, conditions of price and
quality being equal, and such prelerer.ee given
to articles cf American production produced on
tv e Pacific Coast to the extent of the consump
tion required by "the public service there. Speci
fications, general instructions to bidders and
link forms of proposal will be furnished on ap
plication to this office, or to the Depot Quarter
master St. 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
Many Imitate Xonc Filial.
The Daily Epitaph is the only pa
per in Cochise county that takes
Genuine Scotcli and Irish
Whiskies a SDecialty.
Boston Baked Beans
The Best of All Kinds or
Wines and Liquors.
BILLIARDS AND POOL.
A pkee where gentlemen will be pleasantly
received, politely waited on, and where they can
(Next to Elite Theater)
The Choicest Brands of
Always on Hand.
ALLES ST.. BET. FOIBTH 4 FIFTH.
P M &
Oysters and Fish Fresh
All the Delicacies in Season.
Open at All Hours
Miss Nellie V. WaLh, Proprietress.
409 ALLEN STEEET-
MRS. A. TQQUET, PROPRIETRESS.
Shelled and Canned Oysters
Constantly on Hand.
Finest Eating House in the
KANSAS CIIY, PDEBLO,
NEW YORK, ST. LODIS,
OTHER EASTERN POINTS.
For information recards rates and tickets
apply at the Stage Office (with Wells. Fargo
C. D. GAGE & CO., Agents.
Location notices, Justice? Blanks, afi
ilicable to the new Code, mining ionds
and deeds, and all blanks commonly in
use, for sale at this office.
SHACGHNESSY & McDONOUGH
Kept constantly Oa
Also the best
The best BILLIALD HALL In the ttty
connection with the sa'oon,
ST. LODIS BEER ON DRAGHT.
A. GOHN & BRO
Cutlery, Stationery and
Constantly s Han.
HEERSCHAUM AND AMBER GOOD
fcle Agents for the "SL0TE CIGAR,
A. COHN & BRO
Allen Street, bet. Fourth and Fifth
TOMBSTONE,! A! IZ0NA
GEO. H. CARREL -R.
VV. WOOD - - -
, . . Cashltr
WILL TRANSACT A GENERAL
K1NC BUSINESS, EXCHANCE, RECEIVE Dt
POSITS COLLECTIONS, ETC
The Cochise Hotel
Cor. 4tli & Touglinut Sts.
Only First Class Hotel in
LARGE, LOFTY ROOMS
Elegant Parlor for Guests.
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers
REAL ESTATE Bought. Sold nd Rented
MONEY Loan Negotiated and Inrectnea
INSURANCE Fire. Aeddent.nod Life
MINES Bought and Sold.
COLLECTIONS Made. Taw Paid.