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VOL. XI
TOMBSTONE. COCHISK COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER S, 1S89
NO. 59
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TOMBSTONE DAILY EPITAPH
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING
(Mondays Excepted)
by
MEEK &. MADERO.
Fourth Street, Between Fremont and Allen
M'iim'kiitio uiti:
One Year (in advance) $10 oo
Six Months 600
Thrre Months 3 00
Delivered by Gamers for 25 cents per week.
Society iVoLiojf.
Kl C SOLOMON LOOCE NO. 5. F. & A M.
a MfcELS THE TillKl) SATUR-
rf day in each mnth at Masonic HalL
y All Visiting l!r.)tli. rs in good standing
' r are incited to attend. pecial meet
ings when the rlirjis hoi-ted on the Hall.
liKO. U ClIbYNbV. V. M.
A. L, GkOiv, Sec
R A. M.
STATED MKETINVix ON TI1K
third Wednesday of each ninnth in Ma
sonic 11.UL .Notice ot stx-cial meetings
by hoi' ting special rl.15. Ixjjournim; Com
panion -ordially invited. "
AlLI'll Colts, II. I'.
F. L. Moikk. Secretary.
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V.
ARIZONA LOOCE NL 4. K. OF P.
K EG U I.A Rl'ON V E N T I O N
ij fvcry Mond-i) ceiiii,in Masonic Hall.
So Visiting Knights in good standing are
cordially irmtea.
I. W. KF.LSOK.C. C.
D. Mosmosier. ri. of K. and S.
COCHISE L0DCEN3. 5, 1.0.0- F.
MEETS EVERY TUESDAY
1 in Masonic HalL Visiting Brothers
in good standing are cordially in
vited to attend. T. E. Lowry, N. O.
W. 1. MoNMONlCk, kec. ec.
UHITY L0D:E, NO. 3 OAUCHTERS OF REBECCA
gt,. MEETaSECOND ANDFOLKTH
sJ&gPWiFridays each month at Masonic
S?rs- HalL. Visitors In good standing are
cordially invited to attend.
Mrs. T. E. Lowky. N. G.
WASHINGTON CAMP NO I, P. 0. S. OF A
,,4 REGULAR MEETINGS OF
V this Camp the first and third Fn
r&XSW' days of each month, in Msomc
Hall. Notice of special meetings by hoisting
the flag. U. E. Kohllk. President,
COURT ARIZONA NO. 7.270 A 0 F.
STATED MEETINGS SEC-
ond and fourth Wednesday of
each month Visiting members
in good standing are cordially
invited.
ItHEPii Vincent, C. R.
E. A. Wittig, Rec. Secty.
BURNSIDE POST, CAR.
REGULAR MEETINGS OF THE POjsT
will be held on the second and fourth Wednes
days of each month in Masonic Hall. Notice
of special meetings given by hoist:r.g the Pot
nag. I
H. CAMPiEla. P. C
TOMBSTONE TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION. NO. IS7.
MEETS FIRST SUNDAY IN EACH
month, at 3 o'clock 0. m.
J, T. Madero. Secretary.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
FBANE C. KARLE,
Assay & Metallurgical Laboratory
Office: 311) Fremont Street,
Opposite City II
E. P. RYDER,
DENTIST.
OFFICE U.N r iiG.MU.-vi,
bet. Third and Fourth streets
(Gird building), up stairs
Dentistry in all its branches. Satisfaction
guaranteed.
OFFIOIALjDIRECTORY.
1 1:1.1:1 ritti ti. oit'irt.n-
Governor Li.vws WuiH.1.1.
Secretarj N. O. Mi krm
Auditor I'liom Ht',11- -.
Attorney (Jenerai- Cl-kK Cm KCIIILU
Sane) Of General oil A. Uisk.
Treasurer . V. 1. Mtnrti.
Superintendent of Public Instrocttoa i. W.
CtlfcYM-Y. . '
Delegate to Cungrest M. A. SwiTMi
Suj. nntendeni of rerriuirial 1'nsoa J. IL
Bliian.
i ri:i;i:i: tin i:r
Chief Justice J XMKs, H WmrJHT.
Associate Jutu3W. W. I'OKUJ, W. H
Hk.Nh.t
ii-itu r iii 1: 1
First (udicMl District W U. BlKVfcS.
-rconclJudi-i.il U.-tnct V. W. lVkTU.
Ihird judicial liistnct I. II. Wright.
1 Mri.n i in.- n:ni i.k
United Mates Mar Ji.u W. K. MiiADE.
United Mat sAtt-in.r) ... v . kULSE.
It l t.tSJI lll'l t'l,
RegisttT V 1). i' f.
Knoruet hrfl-.l) W. Mil III.
I t -Kills lit I III l:-
I'ucson J. li Haki.. .ion.
Tointistone V. C Wno:.
Nogalei j M. W11 m.
1.1 Mi 111 1 1 1,::-
Sqpr-rvior- IS. . CoFmAS, Cliairtu.in. aim
Jcmiv Mumoiueki an.l l. . WHirt. M-m-bers.
SVrut . II. Si.at'UHrfK.
UmliT Sifc rill -K. .-V. H 1 1 1'CK.
1 rrailirr A-. P Mr 'l.l.ls IUJ.
Kt-cord.-r-W. I-. P.kvihuy
District Auorni') W. II. 1 1 1 1. ELL.
IrohateJudi;e t. R. :.1NK.
Clerk D.tnt Cuni-ti II. DAILY.
Surveyor 1 1, i.k.
Assok N. A. U11 1 'J.
I'll) nil l 1::-
Mavor CiiAKi.h- N. Tji.imas.
Chief of Po'iti ! I W. G ,;,.
Treasurer Oi.t.! i.kIkiiii uan.
City Attorm y V. -n 1
Auditor and ki-.ord-T 'r Hawice.
C:tv Ai..r-J L W'.is-K.
CtiOTii'rat-n-lMWrJ. A iiwd
ond vV.ird. II 1 mii kl:.; fK.r i '.
Lippkkt; Fo'irth U'arJ Jmi Pkim
i;Nt-
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Juan A. Garcia,
CUSTOMS BROKER,
SAN PEDRO, 5-ONuKA, MEXLO.
Pays atnt t itt i r.
uith t!.e Mfxc m ( . i
ble for al. :n. - ;ju. -
ernnient, tut hot i
onicers liegl'tt i .z.
.m l la . ' : ; rt -:
:-.: - ). a . u-ioms
a.ru A.I lju-i'ifss con-
n C"a-toni Iloue at
tended to with prompnr-- and dpatch.
XiTAll papers and documents txi tmnwdi
atf attention .it wry rrasonaW pncts
rro A. S.
JL their hi
Notice of Forfeit arc.
S. NKFFAMJ KM'LMARONEY
H. SCHmiEDING, DENTIST,
Tombstone-
Teeth extracted without pain by
means of the new method ot an
electric vibrator. Gold filling, arti
ficial teeth set in gold, celluloid and nibbcrlfci
specialty.
notified b) the und-rigred th.it tin :unof Oik
II mdred Dollars has lf n ex(eniied hy vour
co-on-rs in ech of th- rears 1882. iS.-j. 18841
1885. 1886. 1887 and 1008. in ptrformipg the
annual work upon the mining claim locat"d un
der the name of Molvma, and sometin cnUed
the Mclvina mine, Mlu.!c 11, thi- Warr-n Mining
Dtrict. m the county of Cochiw. I ermory of
Arizona, which sum as rrouireii by tlie law 4 ot
Congress to tie annual!) exijended by the own
ers of the c'.aim to hold tlie same. ou and
each ol ou have failed to contribute your pro
portion of -aid expenditure for labor and lm
proveinei.ts upon said c'aim, as rf)uirrd by
section 2JS4 ot tie Revised Statutes of the
United Mate. The su.n du- from each of you
to your co-owners for the annual work performed
upon said mine during said years is One Hun
dred and Seventy, five dollars, that being the
sum lor u Inch each of you is delinquent at the
date of this notice.
You, your heirs and assign are hereby noti
fied tnat if you or they should f 1 or refuse to
pay and contribute jour or their proportion ot
the said expenditure, to-wit, the sum of One
Hundred and Seventy-five dollars each, within
ninety daja after the' publication of this notice
at least once a week for ninety days in this
newspapi r. the same being the newspaper pub
lished nearest the said uairn. your interest, or
that of )Our heirs or assier. in said claim will
become the property of your co-owner, the un
dersigned, whose piatc of L-Iirins t the
town cf Bisliec, A V.
Dated Inly o. 1880.
COPPER OUF.EN CONSOLIDATED MIN
ING COMPANY. 7-9-31"
HOWARD F HERRING.
WILLIAM HERRING.
HERRING & HERRJiNG,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT
Law, Toughnut street. Tombstone. Ariz.
W. H. STILWELL,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Law, Fourth street. TombsS ne. A, T.
AT
(First Publication August 24, I8S9.)
''IfHiluti .V! for a litlrul to
t'leM-laiul .llliiliis tlalrti.
I lie
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of
chapter six. Utle thirty-two. of the Revised
Si uules of the United S;a!es, Charles Gmn
vtlle Johnson, whose posfttice addresm is Tomb
stone, Arizona, claiming the CletcLuid mining
claim, lying and being situated within the
Warrun Mining District. C'ochi-e county and
Territory of Arizona, is about to make appli
cation to the United Mates for a patent to the
said C'leveLand imn.ng tlaim, wliKh is more
fully described as to nu-tes and tiounds by the
orBcial plat and held notes of the surey thereof,
now n file m the office nf the Register of the
U S. I.and Office at luc-on, Arizona, which
field notes of survey describe the loundanes
11 d eitesl cf said cl.um on the surface with
n-iconic variation il 35' east, as follows, to-
Beginning at the initial monument, a 2x4
mch post Bulked 1 M C CM t' No 1, at the
.-t i.enur -nd of claim, from which U s I M
No 1 bears N 5t" 3I' V, 2083 It; thence S a;
00' W 24 4 ft to 3x4 inch po.-t marked C M C
N 2; tlicnce S 6; 12' I 965 ft, to a 2 t inch
,"K-t marked C M C No 3 theni-e N 41 45,' E
t. V a 3x4 inch POBX m trkt-d C M C No 4;
therce N ai' ou' E 284 It, to a 2x4 inch pot
TtMrkttl C M'C No 5; thence N 67 2 V I053
ft, to a 2x4 mih pust marked C M C No 6;
thrnce S 2 00' SV 390 4 ft. to a post marked
M (' No 1, and place of beginning, ami contain
tng 13 38-xoo acres. I lie said mining claim be
ing of record in the omce of the Recorder of
Cochise county, at Tombstone, in the county
atkd Territory aforesaid, and the presumed gen
iral course t direction of th'1 s.ud t levrlan I
inining claim, vein, lode or mineral deposit lie
rg shown upon tin lat poited hertwith, as
:t ar as can lie dleimiDl Iroui present devel
c.) merits, tliiscHmi ifing for wit thousand and
tifiv irt-ar fe-t tluirof. togethrr with the surf lie
ground showa ujKin the official plat posted
hi t tl', tli" said em. rle ..nd mining prrni-is,-
h' rt ! sisuylit to lie patenttM Sping lounded
a Irtll-iws. 10 wit Upon the wet by the IIol
licfiok M. " . lot 53; upon the east li the Angel
tu.niig claim, the said lUini being designated
is lot 70 in th- offlcial plat polled herewith.
Any and ill persons claiming adversely the
bove described mining claim, cr any portion
therecf -o decnled. surveyed platted and ap
plied for, are he.eby notifiod that unless their
adverse claims are duly Sled according to law ,
a. id the regulations thereunder, within the time
prescnlied bv law. with the Register cf the L
.S. Lind Office at Tucson, in the Territory of
Arizona, they will be barrd by virrut. of the
prov i-ions ot saul Matute.
And it I hereby ordered that this notice be
published for ten' consrcutive weeks in the
Tombstone EPITAPH, a daily newspaper pub-11-heil
it Tombstone, CocM-: county. Arizona.
Iiattd this oth dav of Augu't, A. D. 1889.
HERnKkl BROWN, Register.
"lROris
.1. Hedijuirters fepartment
AI.s FOR MESfjUITE WOOD.
of Arizona.
Omce of the I hief (Juartermaster. Los Angeles,
til. , August 5, 1889.- Sealed propo--i!5 will be
recr.ved at this ori'ice. and at the ortice of the
(.ijartetrr aster at Fort Lowell. A. T., until ti
o clock a. m . on THURSDAY, September 5,
1889, and opened immediately thereafter in tne
presence of bidders, fur furm.-hing and deliver
ing 000 cords Mestuile ood, during the fiscal
vear ending une 30, I890. at Kort Lowell, A.
T. Preference given to articles of domestic
production and manufacture, conditions of price
and quality Iwog eojal. and uch preference
given to articles ot American production and
manufacture produced on the Pacific Coast to
the extent of the consumption required by the
pabl'C service there. Specificitions. instructions
to bidder and blank forms of proposal will be
furni.hrd on application to this omce, or to the
Post Quartermaster al Kort Lowell. A. T A.
S. KIMBALL. Quartermaster U. S. Army,
Chief Quartermaster.
Notiw of Dissolution of Partnership,
The partnership heretofore existing under the
name and style of Hart & Walker, in Iii-liee.
County of Cochise, Territory of Arizona, is dis
solved by mutual consent. All persons who are
indebted to the said 61m will pay to James A.
Han, who will pay all debts owing by said firm.
J as. A. Hart.
T. A. Walkkr.
Bisliee, June 25, 1880,
-T5ROPOSAI.S KOR HORSES FOR CAV
J. ALRY SERVICE. Headquarters Depart
ment of Arizona. Office Chief IJuirlermaster,
Los Angers, Cal.. August 3. 18S9. Sealed
proposals will be reci ied at thisoffiee until n
o'clcck. a. m.. TuesLiv. Septembers, 1889, and
opened immediately thereafter in the presen;e of
bidders, lor the furnishing and delivering, at ihe
earliest practicable date, at Los Angeles. CaL,
or Albuquerque. N. M , of all or any part ot
two hundred horses required for Cavalry ser
vice, the government reserving the right to re-j-ct
the whole or any part of any bid received,
rropo-als for deliveries of the horses at St.
!xuis. Mo., or other points than thoe named,
will be entertained, "reference given to articles
of domestic production, condit.ons of price and
qrcahtv being equal, and such preference given
to arucb-s of American production produced on
fie Pacific Com to the extent of the consump
tion required by the jiublic service there. Speci
fications general instructions to bidders and
'lank forms of proposal will be furnished on ap
plication to this rffice. or to the Depot Quarter
master St. I-oui, Mo. A. S. KIMBALL,
Quartermaster, U. S. A., Chief Quartermaster.
Try some of Croc & Mack well's
Jams. For sale nt WolcottV. tf
Tlie ttest way to .-top Hnrri, the
tailor, from talking, is to order 11 unit
HENRY G. HOWE J.,
I I lnnrmr. Tomrstone. Arizona, Member 1 t"e 'wl
of the American Institute of Mining Engineers.
Attention given to the care of mines for non
resident owners and corporations, fhe best of
nfcreacc giten. Correspondence solicited.
vest prices.
Fresh everlastiug millet-seed at Hoof
er s.
Dry Concentrator.
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.
Fur Particulars address
Room 117 Phelan Building,
San Francisco, CaL
Many Imitate Xone Kqunl.
The Daily Epitaph is the only pa
per in Cochise county that takes
special dispatches.
FAIN
Genuine Scotch and Irish
Whiskies a Snecialty.
Boston Baked Beans
Every Night.
The
ot
Best of All Kinds
Wines and Liquors.
BILLIARDS AND FOOL
A place where gertlemen will be pleasantl)
received, olitely waited on, and where they cin
enjoy themselves..
F.BROAD'S SALOON
(Next to Elite Theat-r)'
Tombstone, Arizona
The Choicest Brands of
WINES,
LIQUORS
and CIGARS
Always on Ilantl-
CAN CAN
Restaurant
1LLH ST., BIT. FOIKTH 4 FIFTH.
0 !a
Oysters and Fish Fresl)
Every Day.
All the Delicacies in Season.
Open at All Hours
Miss Nellie V. Walsh, Proprietress.
fclAISON DOREE
409 ALLEN STREET-
MRS. A. TDQDET, PROPRIETRESS.
Shelled and Canned Oysters
Constantly on Hand.
Finest Eating House in
City,
the
RAILROAD TICKETS
BALTIMORE,
BUFFALO,
CINCINNATI,
COLUMBUS,
KANSAS CIIY,
NEW YORK,
BOSTON,
CHICAGO,
CLEVELAND,
DENVER,
PUEBLO,
ST. LOUIS,
AND
OTHER EASTERN POINTS.
For information regarding rates and tickets
apply at the Stage Office (with Wells, Fargo
&Co.
C. D. GAGE & CO., Agents.
BILLIARD PARLORS
ALLEN STREET
SHAUGHNESSY & McDONOUGH
Fine L
All; brandGof
Fine Liquors
Kept constantly On
On Hand,
Also the best
Imported
Imported Cigars.
rhe best BILLIALD HALL in the city
connection with the saonn.
ST. LOUIS BEER ON DRAGHT.
k. mm & 8R0
CIGARS, TOBACCOS,
Cutlery, Stationery and
SMOKERS' ARTICLES.
IMPORTED CIGARS
Constantly n Hans.
MEERSCHADU AND AMBER GOOD
fcle Agents for the "SLoTE CIGAE.
A. COHN & ERO'.
Allen Street, bet. Fourth and Fifth
BANK
-OF-
TOMBSTONE.
CAPITAL 8100,000.
TOMBSTONE,', A' IZ0NA
GEORGE BERROTT - . Presiden
GEO. H. CARREL . - - Vice-President
R. W. WOOD Cashier
WILL TRANSACT A GENERAL
KINC BUSINESS, EXCHANGE, RECEIVE 01
POSITS COLLECTIONS, ETC.
The Cochise Hotel
Cor.4th&Toiiglimit Sts.
Only First Class Hotel in
Tombstone.
LARGE, LOFTY S00MS
Elegant Parlor for Guests.
Sample Rooms for Commercial Travelers
I cnicKCn dinner every Sunday.
BLANKS.
Location notices, Justice? blanks, ap
plicable to the new Code, mining bonds
and deeds, and all blanks commonly ir
me, for sale at this offitt.
A1TITVT I I
J. V. VICKERS
FREMONT STREET,
Real Estate,
Mines, IMoney,
and Insurance
H?ATOPAmr
REAL ESTATE Bousht, Sold and Rented
MONEY Loans Negotiated and Investmen
made.
INSURANCE nre. Accident and Life
MINES Bought and Sold.
COLLECTIONS Made, Taxes Paid.
NOTARY PUBLIC .
r XanrIUrali. I
6th Ave. ft. 20th SL, NEW V0BK CITY. 1
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