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DAILY EItXPH: TOMBSTONE, ARiOWA. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 5, 1887.
First Publication, Jan. 8, 887.1
ft9Ueeof AvPcUonf.rB.a rtt CtHe
Central MlulnB tUj-HJ. 403.
U, S. LAND Or net
Tucson, Ar'uom, Jan xi.
s is hereby given that Charles W,
I Taylor, of Tombstone. Cocn
J - Cl.,,1 nn nnliCAllon for
U. S. LAND OFFICE, I
have fill-J an application for patent
uona, "Vlh,rr "."fJein. lode, or deposit,
district. Cochise Co,
inmni. more narticu'
Hescrib "d Thefield notes and plat of the
s'LiiurveV No. 780. on file in this office, des-
official survey No. 79. n
r"" . 1 KT Q fnlloWS. lO-NWli
8nBSininVattbe'iniUal monumental the
souYhwcst cent-r end of claim, at a posts ft
i m wnir.i t '", v ";;.n , W
leiia . - " j. - .
,n,i tl S M M No Dears n
!53,tf R U S M M No 6 bears S83'oa'li
Il9 ft distant, and Sec Cor betweer , Se land
.. ,..-". ...l II i
'A . , . T
a oounua.,. -'-.--- v . ,a. et
orb. 19. oat It Uiiii, n...w ---tj -- , ,
IL, .1 Tfn-Lt c ft Ion?, a in sqr. In mound of
?,rnaVsV cor. marked C M.C.Noa;
: 46 IS' E 1300 ft to a post 3 ft lone, 4
in sur. set in mound 01 eann aim .., -. --
1 H ' "1 .1 (Mff Mn 1- thence S X 4 E,
jlo'ft to N Enter end post S f long. 4 ?'
fn mom tof earth and stones, marked C M C
No 4; thence on the s,inw course w ft to N L
1 wr4t. sfdot2.4 1 V.uset VT.tfW
sTonU inaeJCM C No 5: ther.ee S 46 18 W
k w f to & cor po-.t. s Ion. 4 ' 'HrAJ
mnfoundof s,$s. Uw M C o6tgj
' SStSni VarUUoa W -Thrimprots
rude by the owners or
their grantors upon slid claim consist ot a shall
4x6 ft. 100 ft deej?; a tunnel 6 "a ' nlo.n
Vwlnje in tunnel 4x6 and 30 ft deep; an incline
shaft 4x5 nd xa ft deep, and slopes so ft lone.
5 ft wide and 30 ft deep, said claim being duly
reoXl in Oh office of the County Recorder
of Cochise county, Tombstone, Amona, as
show.'by his abstract of title filed in this office
Anv and all persons claiming adversely the
whole or any portion of said Central m ning
slaim are required to file their adverse claim In
this office during the period of slit days pub
llcation hereof, or they will be barrel by virtue
of the provisions of the statute.
It is hereby ordered that the foregoing notice
h. nnhUOwd slxtv davs In the EpItapii, a daily
i.;. I 1 ... Tn.HtMn
newspiper puousnaj i tr i r.ii 11
C. E. DAI LEY.
First Publication, Jan. 15. 887.
Notice r Applleatlom Tor V. . ratent to
the Chance Mini" Claim-. .
U.S. LAND OFFICE. I
Tucson. Arizona, Jan. 13, 1887. J
Notice is hereby given that Charles W.
Leach, of Tombstone. Cochise county, An
sona. has had filed an application for patent to
j'Sos linear leet of the Chance vein, lode or de
posit, bearing silver and gold, with surface
ground 600 feet in width, situated In Tombstone
mining district, Cochise county, Aritona, more
particularly described in the field notes and pU
of the official survey. No. 790, on file in this
office, and designated as lot No. 187, as fol
lows, to-wit: ...
Begining at the initial monument, situated at
the northwest end center ol claim at a post . ft.
long. 4x4 inches sqr, in a mound of stones and
eartn. marked 1. M. Chance M. C. No. 1,
from which a shaft over 100 ft deep bears :s 7
q' W, 134ft distant; thence N 64 38, W 58.7
to a 4 inch post marked ! center tiona nxa.
and thence on same course 300 ft to N W cor.
post, s ft long. 4 ins sqr, in mound of stones,
rrtarkwi C. M. C No 3; thince S 3340 W
1500 ft to S W cor. post, 5 ft long, 4 ins sqr, in
mound of stones, marked C M C No 3; thence
S 64 38' E 300 ft to S W end center post, 5 ft
long, 4 ins sqr, in a mound of stones,
marked C M C No 4, from which croppings
bear N 3 40' E 400 ft distant thence t 64
3" E 300 ft to S E cor post, s ft long. 4 ins sqr,
in a mouna 01 siones, uiiukcu v- - 'ZrjH
IM r v
boundary of Tp 20, S R 23 E. bears N 43
E 18,018 It distant; tnence n 3a 4 & ""
Si to N E cor post. 5 ft long, 4 ins sqr. in a
juound of stones, marked C M C No 6; thence
N 64 B' W 144.7 f'-t0 PO'tin line marking the
fi E cor of Donania M C ana 300 feet to post
Wo 1 and place of beginning. Variation, u
13' E; area, 90.66 acres. Said claim being lo
jcated about 2 rsilei southwesterly from the town
of Tombstone and about 500 yards southeast
erly from the Merrfmac M C. and is bounded on
the N E by thi Bonanza, M C: the same being
duly recorded in th? office of the county re-,
corder at Tombstone, Cochise county. Ariiona,
ai shown by his ctrlified abstract of title filed in
this office. ,
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
whole or any portion of laid Chance mining
cl-iim are required to present their adverse
cliimsinthis office during the period of sixty
days publication hereof, or they will be barred
by virtue of the provisions of the statute.
It is hereby erdired that the foregoing notice
be published for the period of sixty days In the
Tombstone EpiTArit, a daily newspaper pub-
lished at Tombstone, Cochise county, Ariiona.
C E. DAI LEY, Register.
First publication April 5, 1887.!
Kotlee r Application for V. h: ratent to the
MjyOnwerMlnlus Claim No. 171.
United States Land Office, 1
Tucson, Ant. March 31, 1887. J
Notice Is hereby given that F. L. Austin, of
Tucson, Arironi, for himself and co-claimants
S, M Wnitslde and W. A. Rafferly, adminis
trator of the estate of H. F. Winchester, has
made application for patent to 1340.5 linear fet
of the Mayflower vein, lode or deposit bearing
silver and gold, wall surface ground 600 leet in
width, situated in Torabslcne Mining District,
Cochise county, Aritona, more pirticvlarly
described in the field notes and plat of the
official survey on file in thlscffice, cViignalcd as
Lot No. 190, as follows to wit:
Beginning at the Initial monument at a post
Sii feet long 4 Inchei sq-iare in a mo'ind of
stones marked I. Mi Ma flower M. C No. t
from which U. S. M. M. No. 1 bears S. 5 50'
W. 1340 feet distant and the corner to sections
t and 3 north boundary of Tp 30 S. R 33 E.
beus N 6 46 E. 9620 fet distant; the center
line of claim bears S. 4227' W and N 4437
E.j on this line south 8. 5 feet and 5 feet to
right Is the discovery shaft 4x6 and 60 feet
de;p, sou h 563 feet and 6 feet to left is inc'lned
shaft 4x6 and 90 feet deep and south 6C5 feet
and 9 feet to left is shaft 4x6 and 32 feet deep;
thence from initial monument N. 44 27' E
along center line 431.2 feet to a post in mound
of stones on S.W. side line of Sulphuret M.C.
marked M. F. M. C No. 3 at a pjint Nt 3a
16' W. 305.6 feet distant from a 4 inch post
marked S. M. C No. 3, 625 feet cros main
water pipe leading to 1 ombs'tonc, 710 fee.t to
wash under point of dump, and 750 fectjo point
described in supplemental notice as no S. end
center of claim on west slope of waste dump of
main shaft of the Sulphuret M.C where po't
and monument are covered up by dump which
is on pitented land returning to south side line
of Sulphuret M. C. on center line of the
M lyflower at post No. 3, run N, 32 16' W.
along ssuth side line of Sulphuret 247 feet to
N. W corner post 4 Inches squire in mound
ot stones marked M. F. M. C. So. 3, which is
also tnc N.E. of Last Chance. No. 2 M. C.
thence S. 45 33' E. 243 3 fret to an Iron pin 1
inch in dinmeti-r at intersection of center line at
point N. 44 27" E. 56 5 feet from post No. s,
returning to pot No. 3 ran S. 47 13' W, along
westside line of claim 193 feet to Inierse.t'on
line of the Ptemont M C. at a point N. 7338'
E 152 feet from the N.E. corner of the Herald
M. C, on same course 341 feet to a 2x4 inch post
m irking the S.E corner of Li-t Chance M. C ,
557.5 feet lo wash draining N. N. H .7655
leet and 17.5 feet to Mt top ist tuaikcd F. M,-.
No. 1, the initial monument of the Fremont
M. C , 1317 a feetnd 6,7 feet to leit to post
maiked F. M. C No. 5, it being tht-aW.
center of Fremont M. C. and laiac feet to
6. W. corner post 4 Inches square In mound of
f... whirl, u s M M Na2Jiftirs
y"r -ir. .. . rrrsi m nv' fiurAikS-yo-
.L' ,nH mm.r tn uetlont I and 3. noith
fltntl Jrkr4 M. f. M- C No. 4; thence S.
45 33' E. 107 feet to iutersection of S.W. end
hue of Freniont.M. C at a point N. u 16' W.
J37 feet from post marked K. M. C No. 4,
247 feet to 'intersection ot SE. iide line of
Fremont M. C" at a point N. S4 6' K- 3 feet
from S. K. corner post of the Fremont, and 300
feet to a 4 inch po-.t $i feet long in a. mound of
stones, at the&W. end center ol cKIm marked
V. M. C. Noe from which a t inch post
marked A. M. C. No. a at N.W. corner of
marked A. '
S. 44" 37 w. 38 leet distant;
thence S. 4533' E. 10 feet to intersection of
N.W. side line of Addie M. C. at a point N. 65
2a' E. 2o.6 feet distant from S.W. corner post
No. 2, 50 feet to intersection of N.W. side line
of Alia M. C. at a points. 41 41' W. 30 feet
from N.W. corner pot of Alta marked A.M.U.
No. 5. 170 feel to interse.tion of N.E. end line
of Alta at a points. 31 4a' E. 124 feet from
post No. 5 s68 feet to infection of N.W.
side line 01 Miver uoiiar i. v m .1 jjuuh j
30' W. 143 feet from N.W. toiner post marked
5, D. M. C. So. S, and 300 feet to S.E. corner
post S feel long 4 inch's square marked
M. F. C. No. 6) thence N. 44 7 K- a'onK
S.E side line of claim 8o feet to head of wash
draining northerly 158 ft to intersection of NL
end line ot silver uouar ni. v i wu"" ",".
ot'E. 67 feet from N.W. corner post mirked
S D J. C. No. 5, 313 feet to intersection ot
N.W side line of BonTon M.C., at a point
S. 36" 38' W. 585 feet from N.W. corner,
678.5 feet to Intersection with N.E. end line of
Addie M. C. at a. point S. , ia 34 j?- 7feet
from N,E. corner post marked A M. C. .No. 3,
817.8 fett to intersection of N.K. end line of
lion Ton M. -. at a iiunu j. v hj - j
ftet from N.W. corner of Uon Ton, 847 feet 10
a post ?M feet long 4 ;" s9liare ,.,V,r?,e'1
M. F. M. No. 7 at Intersection ot wet mu ne
of Hora Morrison M. C. at a point S, 25 34 .
302.5 feet from a 4 inch post at an angie "
N.W, side line of Flora Morrison marked
F. M. M. C. No. 4i nict' is also the b.h.
corner of the Sulphuret. marked i. M. No. 3.
and the-N.E. corner of Mayflower marked
M F. M. C. No. 8; thence on same course
1337.7 feet to a point on S.E. side line to an
iron pin one incM In diameter driven huo ue
rround, from which post No. 8 being a witness
To corner bears S. 88 16' W. 143 ft distant;
thence N. 45 33' w- 73 feet to intersection of
southeast end line of Sulphuret M. t. at a point
N. 58rs'E. J07 feet from S.E. corner post
marked S. M. C. No. 3, and on same course
300 feet to Iron pin at northeast end center
marking the pointoflcsinning ot the exterior
survey of claim: variation n 43 cast; lotal
area 16. 332 acres;, less conflct with the sul
phuret M. C. Lot 48 r.ot claimed. 0.559 acres;
L. mnflict with the Mora MorrUon M C.
Lot No. 74, not claimed 0.538 acres; net area
ie.i acres; conflict with the Fremont Lot
No. 75: with the Alta Lot No. too; with the
Addie Lot No. 6t; wit1) the Bon lc.nI.otNo.
I2S; and with the Silver Dollar M. C. are
claimed and included in th's application; said
raining claim is located about 300 yards dist int
from the Contention M.C, and is bounded upon
the north by the Sulphuret, on the east by tnc
Flora Morrison and Addie, on the south by the
Alta, and on the west by the Fremont mining
claims, and is duly recorded in the office of the
Uiunty Recorder at 1 oniDsione v.okukiii
Ariiona, as shown by certified abstract of un
filed in this office. Any and all persons claim,
ing adversely the whole or any portion of the
Mayflower mining claim, ire required to present
their adverse claims in this oftlce during the
sixty days pe iod of publication hercor. or they
will be barred by virtue of the provis.ons of the
'it Is hereby ordered that the foregoing notice
he published for the period of sixty Jays in the
Tombstone Epitaph, a daily newspaper pub
i.ci.. -, xn,Viinnp. Cochise county. Ariiona,
by me designated as the paper publishsd nearest
to said claim. C. E. DAlLtY,
First publication Mareh 30, 1837.J
ptlcc or Application for V. . I'ntcut to
Jhe tfvrnluK Star Hlulnz Claim o.4C3.
UaiTEO States Lnq Oiioe, I
TtCiUS,IJiQijaNlarch28.j 1887 (
' Notice is hereby given tnat "the- lMon?Taff1Su.r'
Consolidated Mlmng Company, by B. L. Feel,
attorney in fact, of Tombstone, Cochise county,
Arizona, has nruie application for pilerit to
Aiuona, has Wo application mr ij,ii"j '
1420 linear foot of the Mornmg Star vein, Ifld
or deposit bearing silver am gold with surfae
ground 600 feet in width, situated i" Torabstpn
ground 000 ieei in iuuii 'i"tn "y -Mining
Disirlct, Cochise county, Arizona, more
particularly acsenoea in uic ito "" -
Of the official survey, designed as lot No. 188,
as follows to-wit:
Beginning at the Initial monument described
in location notice t a post 5 feet long a inches
square in' a mound of stones marked I, AI.
Mor .ing Star M. C. No.i, from which U.S.
M. M. No., 1 bears N. 4' & W. 2867 feet dis
tant, the ( section corner between sections 13
and 18 east boundary to Tp 20 S. R 32 E bear
ing S. SU 46' E. 8467 fen distant, an incline
shall (djps east) 4x6 feet and 1 jo feet deep bears
& 3 o' E. 15 feet distant and an incline shaft
4x6 leet and 20 feet deep bears N. ai'so'E 61
feet distance; thence S. ai s W. 430 wet to
wash draining N,W. and 700 feet to the S.W.
end center post 5 feet long 4 inches square in a
mound of stones and earth marked M . S. M .p.
No. 2; thence N. 68 01' W. 62 feet to inter
section of north line of Wide West M. C. lot
No 180 at a point N. 84 so- li. 400 leaj iiora
N.W. corner post marked W. W. M. L. Not
and continuing on sam course 300 feet to S. W.
corner post ofclaim 5 ft "S "'d i ',ncn,e.s
square in mound of stones marked M. S. M (,
No, 3; thence N. 3156' E 1420 feel to N.W
corner post 5 feet long 4 inches square in mound
of earth and stones marked M. S. M..C. No. 4;
thence & 68 04' E. 60 to ore road Tram
Emerald mine 350 feet to wash draining north
easterly and 300 feet to N E. end center post
5 feet long 4 inches squire in a monnd of stones
and earth marked M. S. M. C. No. 5 and on
me course 600 feet to N.E. corner post 5 leet
long 4 Inches square in a mound of earth and
stone marked M. S. M. C. No 6; thence S. si
56' W. 1338 (set to intersection of north line of
Wide West M. C. 1JJ3 feet to a wash draining
ncntheriy and 1420 jcet W S.E. corner posts
feet long A inches square ip a meupd of stones
and earth marked M. S M. C. Na 7 from
which the initial monument of the Wjie Wef
M. C, S 18 20' E. 13s feet distant; thence N.
68 04' W. 3PO fep t to 3. W end center poit No.
3 an flace of beginning of exttror survey of
claim; variation 1143' F- area 19.559 acre lets
conflict with the Wide Wi st 797 acr.; net are 1
18.762 acres. Said mining elaim being dul)
reeorded in the office of the County Re,o-;r at
Tombstone, oehise county, Arizona, asshoun
by certified abstract of title on file m this ofhee.
Any and all persons claiming adversely tlje
whole or any portion of said mining claim are
requested to present their adverse cl urns in this
office during the sixty days period of the pub
lication hereof, or ihey will be barred by virtue
of the provisions of the statute.
It is hereby ordered that the foregoing notice
be published for the period of sixty days in the
Tombstone EpTpH, a diily newspaper ptib
lishel at Tombstone, Cochise county, by mc
designated as the paper published nt arest to
said claim. C. E. DAII.EV,
Notice of Forfeiture.
To John M. Colhnsi Vo U" hereby noti
fied that the undersigned hie trended, dur
ing Ihe year ending December 31, 1836, Gne
hundred doll irs In the penormance of tlus an
nual labor uion thf Queen of tl. Hill mine
situated in IheTuiquoKmininedistr.ct, county
of Cuchise, Territory of Ariiona, 111 order to
hold the farne, as require J by Section 3,34 cf
the KesUed Statute: of the jnited Slate. and
your proportion of llie amount so exiendcd and
due to the undersigned is fifty dollars, and if
you, your heirs or nssigns, fall o' refuse to con
tribute your proportion of the sum expriew,
within ninety d iys after the publication of this
notice, your iMerest in the slid The Qucn of
the Hill mine will become the property of our
co-owneri,the undersigned who hive nude such
expenditure. iuii.n mcmaiiuh.
&ateJ.Tnbston, fanoary 15, 1887.
Firstjpublioatioa April 1, 1887.
Notice or Application for r. H. Patent ta the
loweU JUulne Claim So. 479.
United States Land Office, 1
Tucson, Ariz., March 29, 1887. )
Notice is hereby given that Charles W.
Leacli, of Tombstone, Cochise county, Arizona,
has made application for patent to 1495 linear
leet of the Lowell vein, lode or deposit bearing
silver and go'd with surface ground 6so feet in
width, situated li Tombstone Mining District,
Cochise countv. Arizona, more p insularly
decibad in me field notes and plat of the
efficial survey on file in this office and designated
as lot No. 1S9, ;t follows to wit:
Beginning with the initial monument at a
po.t. as d.TEcnted in location notice, at the
tenier and easterly end ol claim, placed in a
mound of stones marked I . M. L M. C. No. r
Irom which U. S. M. M. No. 3 bears N 180
xa' W 6i feet d stant and the corner to Sec
tion 1 and 2 N boundary of l'p20 S. R. 22 E
bears N 54 17' E 1994 leet distant; thence S
3 48' E 300 feet to a 4 inch post in mound of
stone:, at .N , coiner mirkca i. m. i. 10. 2;
thence S 59 12' W 690 feet to a wash draining
southerly anil on same course 1495 feet to St
corn r past 4 inches squaie In mound of stones
situated in a small wash draining southerl)
marked L. M. C, No. 3; thence N 30 48' W
300 fett tohW center end post 4 inches squire
in mound of stones marked L M. C. No 4;
tnence N 30 48" W 300 feet to SVV correr post
4 inches square sn mound of stones on south
slope of hill and about 200 fret south of summit
post marked L. M. C, No 5; thence N 59 12'E
100 leet to umiiii eoo leet to sinau wasn uram
ing norm isoo leel to t'p 01 noge DcmnB
north 1417. 5 to pot 3x4 inches square in
mound of stones 3 feet left of line marked
Quien Sab? No 4 1487 feet to a 4 Inch post in
mound of stones 3 ot M No. a "post 5" on
north face on south face Quien -abe No. 3
and 1495 feet to 4 inch post in mound of stone,
marked L. M. C. No. 6 at NW corner of claim;
thence S 3a 48' IS 300 feet to post No. 1 and
place of beginning of the exterior boundary of
eltim: variation 11 41' E. area 20.59 acres;
said cl limbing situ itedab.ut 3 miles SW from
Tombstone a"out 800 yards SW from
StJte of Main inline and about 130 f.-et SW
from the Brother Jonathan M. U the improve
ments consisting of a shaft 4x8x18 feet, a shaft
416x10 feet, a shaft 4x10x8 feet, incline shaft
4x0X15 leet, incline snail 4x010 icei, aim
shaft 4x6x10 feet deep; the same b-ing dul)
recordtd in the office e.f the County Recorder at
Tombstone, CocM-e county, Arizona, as shown
by certified a strict of title on file in this office.
Any and f 11 per ons claiming advers-ly the
wl nleoranrartof said Lowell mining claim
are required to piesent their adverse clums in
this office during the sixty days period of ub
lication hereof, or they will be barred b) virtue
of the pro isjons of the statute.
It is hereby ordered that the foreing notice
be pub islied for the p-riod of si'.ty days in the
Tombstone hpiTAPll, a daily newspaper pub.
lUhed m Tombstone. CochiS: county, Arizona,
by me designated as the paper pit' llished nearest
To whom it may concern: Notice is hereby
given that I will sell at public auction to the
highest bidder for tash, on Monday the i8lh
day of April, 1887, at the hour of one o'clock
p. m. in front of the court hous: in Tombstone,
Cochise couniy, Arizona 1 erriiory, wic uuu
described real estate, S'tuated in Dos Cabeias
Mining District, Coohise county, Arizona Ter
ritory, and more particularly described as, the
Old Man mine and the Old Woman mine, be
ing the continuation of the same ledge, and
each claim licing fifteen hundred feet in length
by si hundred feet 111 width; also the niuaciei
phia mining claim, being 990 leet in length by
sit hundred feet in width; also the Tornado
mining claim, being 1500 feet in length by 600
in width; also the Ashby mining claim, being
1500 feet in length by 600 in width; also the
First Chance mining chim, being 1500 feet in
length by 600 iri width; also the Hidd n
TiAswc mine, Ijsing 1500 feet in length by
600 feet in width, also cheiiiilleit-rfn ,l.h
buili'a ten-st-imp hull ndiflitiing lm tosqisitB
of Dos Cabezas; also one h'6use ol five rooms,
and lot on which the same is' situated, It b'ing
in (he townMte of Dos Cabezas, together W'th
all afd Angular the improvements and appune
nanee$ upon a',y ptrt pf the above described
premises. ' 9E9' Q- HSSi'i
Tombstone, March 38, 1887.
DR. LIEBIG & CO
Physician q,nl Surgeon,
OF SAN FRANClSCG, CAL.
The above well-knpn and long-established
Specialists hayjng many patients in this and sur
rounding lounties, haye deijded to open an
EL PASO. February 3d, 3d and 4th.
ALUUQUEkQUE. Feb. 6th and 7th.
SANTA FE, Feb. 8th and 9th.
LAS VEGAS, Feb. 10th and nth.
Tombstone, Feb. 13th.
TUCSUN, Feb. 14th, 15th and i6th.
YUMA, Feb. 17th and 18th.
Where they will have private offices on thealxe
days only, and where all who desire to consult
with the Renowned Speciahsis will hae the op
portunity of doing so FREEOF CHARGE.
K'lTICE. On account of rapidly increasing
business Dr, I.jcbi? & Co. will not be able to
visit Tombstone t is ycir. All persons d'-siiir.g
medical treitment will plcaja aijdreis or call
m,o;i Pr. Liebig St Co , 400 Cei;yS., San
The I.iebig Pispcnsary for (he (reatrrcnt qf
al Chronic. I'rivaic and Coinp'leatttJ diseases,
lias liqen s'.abiihpd (n San Franci'co for nearly
acmirternt a rantury, 'I lie Dispensary bjidd
iilg occ.-ip cs the entire corner of Geary and Ma
son streets, -an Fmr.cisio, and is the only Med
icil and Surged Institute on the Pacific Coim
th at has its on elegant Drug Store in Dispei..
sary building, employing registered Chemists
and scientific hurgitwl Instrument makers to
in mu acture all Surgii.il Instruments for the pi.
ticnts of the Lieblg 1 ispciisiry; also to prepare
the celebrated Dr, Lebig's wondcnul German
Inviginator, To the niaivclous cures and dis
coveries made by Dr. Llcbig & Co., are due all
the great sucecsscs they have had In 1881
they discovered the complicated Prostatcrrhea,
icsulting from jouthful imprudence and exesses
of mitunty or unskillfully treated cases of a
special nature, thit from time immemorial had
prevented thousands fiom being cured of ne'
vous debility, physical weikrcss and unnatural
loses frorn th.- system, resultn g from follies ot
yijll) Df. peb'g & Co. u-e every successful
remedial ug n Jfnpun tp modern Scientias, fa
vori'ig lhe schgo s ;t J ojeopatliy and Electiic
ism, taking from the Allopathic 1) tjiqtis aseful
and adaptim; -urgical instruments to ihc various
li'ments anddcformi ies, attaching to appliances
tmgl(4i nj and electricity. Succcstul t.eit
tvftfl guaranteed in All curable cases or no lees
The Dotlors will (,ive personal attention to
diseases qf the Chest, Hjiad and Throat, Ca
tarrh, diseases ofthLher and Kidneys; also
to deformities requiting Sargical appliances,
Balance of treatment conducted from ths.Llebig
Dispensary San Francisco, CaL
By sirtuo of an cxecitlon issusl out of
the District couit First 'JuJiclJ district,
Territory of Arizona, Ho rae dire:ted and
delivered on a judgment re'ndoied in
said court on tlvS 13th d.yof Apr.l 1837, in
favor of D. H. Smith & C. nndanainst H. 11.
Carpenter, whcreii lam coMiinanded to make
the sum cf $1212.94 dim ge wth inuri-st
th-rron from ditr of ju'lment at tne rale of
10 per c:nt per .inaum until paid, tnsjc'.li r w th
$2?.oo cons Hill a;6ruinf cpst. I 1 ao this
diy liv.rd 1 p9ii t e o'.lAiigdjcriledpop ity
to-wit: Out! t.venty-itunp qmitt niill,:iiid aisj
fiveacr.sofIan I 11 uhic'is U mill is s:tn 'ing,
known as the Golden Rulr mil an I miil.itr.
lublic t otice U hetcbf gren thit 01 Si urJay
the 7th day of May. 1087 belwee 1 the hours of
9 n. m. and 4 p. 111. in front of ilie S'ie' ffs
office, in the city of Tombstone. Cocl Ie c 'uiii'',
Arizona I erntory, I will sell all the rgit. title
and intirest of ti.e'sM 1 H. II. Ca p nl-r in and
to the alwve de cnbe 1 p-operty at public
auction, to the highest an 1 b 'st t id h-r .or cah,
lawful money of 'h- United Sale., to satiMy
said execution and a I cus .
Dated this the '3 h dy o' April, 13S7,
J. H. SI.UGHll R, MinilT.
By E. A. SHATIUCK. Und rS.h riff.
In th: Di'triot Con t of. the First Jud cil
Distrnt, of ih Tern 07 ot -, r. o ia, in an 1 for
the County of Cochi.. J. P. John O", p -i nt'lt,
v. Fortljce Koper, defi nd 1111. Act on It nu,h
in the Dis n t Cou t ef ihc Firttjudl ill D.it.iet
of the Teintory of Aril .na. in an 1 fir the
County iif t och se, s.nd th ro n, la nt filed m
the said Couniy of CovhUe, in th- fii e of the
Clerk of said Di-tnct Court. '1 113 Tnr.t iy cf
Aritona se-uls g ee ing to Fo.-dycc -o, cr,
defendent. You are hvicby nq'iued totpp ar
in an aetion brought aai st oj by tin jlxiv.!
named plaintiff, in thj Di t'ict wnit of the
Fust Judicial Diatnet of t e T rr t ry of
Aruona, in and for 1I10 Ceiinty of (.u.hi-e, and
to answer the compair.t Heil herein, wthin
twenly day, exclusive 01 ilieili) of seiiic-),
alter the sem e on you ol ti.is sunin o s (tf
served within thU ointv, or ( snivel out o
this county, bui in tjus .1 st ic witmn iln i
d ,s, otlierwis wi li ti o tv da s, o. jui'g ncnt
by d'-faull will be '.ik n ag.il)'.. )ot a.cor.lng
to the praier l $ id icmplaint 'lhe siul
actcn i bro git t ii-ovi- ! .-i yo-t t ie urn
of three hundrc .iml twi-iu- aii! dft (5312.50)
doilir, pad out iul expended fur yjtir u-,e
nnd benefit at your s;)c u! 111st ii. nrul request
on or about Ft nru iry 9lh i8i2, torthjr wi.h
iniere.t then of to c.it. And oi ao here y
notified t i.it if iou fa 1 to aj p nr nnd answer
the slid ro.nphmt, as abovj icjui'el, the sail
plaintiff will tike judjment ty defiu t aspiaed
for In said complaint.
Given under my hind an-l seal of lhe District
Cou tof thel-iratjudciil Di t let rf tin Ter
ritory of AniQ ia, in an 1 fcr the Co inty bf
Cochise, this 26th day ofAp-il, in th-year 01
our Lonl ons thojmnd Uht hunlr.1 and
eighty-seven 13. A. V CKA
By.J. J. PATrON,
Notice of Forfeiture.
To ohn M. Co'liiia: You are hereby noti
fied that the undersigned has exx-r.deJ during
the year ending December 3t, ib86, one hund
red do Lira in the performance of the annual
1 ibor upon the Wuoop Up mine, situit'-d in the
Turquois mining district, County of Cochise,
Territory of Arizona, in order to h 1 1 tl.e same
as required by Section 2 414 ol the Revis d
Statutes of th United St it:; and our propor
tion of the amount so expended and due to the
undersiuned is fifty dollirs; and if ou jour
heirs or assigns, fail to contrbute your pro
portion of the sum expended nhin ninety -U)S
after the publication ot this notice, your inter
est in said Whoop Up ininjaill -become lhe
property of jr<cC-frwne', z ur dcrsln'd,
who has mido such ex endiiure.
, I'A'IIVK MrUAHQN,
Dated ToifbaloiiejHiiiiiiy i. p8.
" Notice oi Forfeiture,
To R. P. Man.fiMd joi are heieby notfi-d
tbat the unde -iij.ir-d ha. expended d irin the
yeaie(id)ng D.-ueiiljar 3f, iSirj, one hundred
($100) dollars in tjjeperlcji mince qf pie aMiiii)
labor upon the aouiliern 1 "ross mm-. ; tu ued'iu
the Tomb-tun- Minin dsirci, Coc'i 5" county,
I'lTltQryof Arn ni. ill order to hold lhe sun
asre.qi4ircd by'imn ai( Cif the Revis d
Siatutes Qf the Unit! .Mt-'s. arid )0'4r pop.rt
lion of the amount so expended .nJ du; 10 thp
undersigned is filty($io) rhllus, and if ou or
your heirs or aligns tail or icfu e to oninhiite
yo lr proportion of lit; S'lm expends e within
ninety days after the piiiihcuijn ufihis 1 0 ice,
jour Intel est in the slid uth rn ('russ mint
will become thi property ol t e und raigi.cd,
who has in ide such expenditure.
Dated Tombstone, jun. a, 1WI7
Notice of Forfeiture.
To Qrco. W. Stewkt: You are hereby no
lifted that the undcr.y ed Ins expended one
hundred dollars on Oie 12 leu I o-s mine, situ
ated in Tombstone Mi iing District, coauty ol
Cochise, Territory of Ariio 11, for thj enr er d
ipg DecernlMr 31st, 1136, in order to hV.1 i -nine,
n? required by Section 33340! Revised Statutes
of the United States. Vour piorortion of
amount expended and due the un iersigncd is
twelve and fitty-one-hu i retllhs dollars, and if
you or yoiirl.ers or as igns fail to contribute
Jour 1 roportion of the -urn c evixndtd, to
gether with the expense of this notice, w th.n
ninrty diysnftcr flic first pi bl.e Hi n of this no
tier, your inicrc-t 111 su.l L'Kn I o.- mine will
beconv the projiertv cf )o r co-owner, who has
made said cxpendi.me.
II. I risiici:.
Dated Tombstone, Feb. ,a 133.
Notice of Forfeiture.
ToS. S. Mulberry, you are hereby noticed
that (he unclirsigneuha expended one h indretl
($ioil dollars iii)rng the years ii83-i83(-.C85
and i836 in thu riiorrnapcc p the annual labor
upon the hodiiian"Ma.nate and Vanguard
miping clalpii, situ it' il m the Tonibstono Min
inv di-tnet ( ochic coui.iy, Arin 1 '1 cntory
in older to hold t .. bime as lequi ed by Section
2354, Reused Mat tcs of the United Mites
and jour propor i.m 01 said mm so expended
and due to the un iui;,ned is one-Muli of the
amount so c epended on 1 ach of the above men
tioned chim i, ant if ou our heirs or as'ins
fail or refu c to contribute so ir proportion ol 11 e
sum expendef within I'incty dijs n'ter the
publication f this notice, your in crest w the
said mines will be ome the properly of the
undersigned who has mad; Ueh expenditure.
'1 HoMAS UuDfcN.
Tombstone, Teb. I, 1887.
Notice of Forfeiture.
To T. D. Byrne and . A. Burkho'der co
ownei in the om S ott mine sitmttd in the
Turquois mwng dutnet Coihise county, Ter
ritory of Ainona, You ar- hereby notified that
I have expended ohe bundled ($109) dollais in
laborfndmprovemer)tiupi.n tlealwve nimid
mining claim during y ear lSS, in order to
hold the same b v.il d lo-alwn. n nqip'red by
section 212; Revised Statutes of t)ie Unile.1
States 'Iherefore if wl bin 1 liielv vr)dys
after and Irom this publ cafon vcu fail or rcfus
to conlrilinte your proper por'ion of sud ex
pendltunsand the ton ol till r'blication, as
co-owners, your luleiest in .aid mi ewi'lt.
come the propeity of the under-wred under
said section 33 14. Si II. UkVANT,
Tombstone, Jan. it, 1887.
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faiaayreaO." SUAEEsrEAaa. in,?'r "
THE GREATEST STUDY OF
Mankind is Man. .
o?oUI "1 cmal benefactor is ho; and el astc. Uio
LTvenior otT Cathartic ol delicious taste, ,o do him
.V?, Whn rcmembcrj not hoff the H.tresfCd
ier child's entrcitics tries to snvther, ttat
Se li.sk not the horrid Coso b ULn. twjW
nrar.na e ciiiiww -'-" ' .. .,
ia Is w-.tnepj of hU chlM's torture, wouir .ner wj
htah price, If money could purchase Ca lurt'.e nl.
We hasc h now I And prcat Dk PaAjfa name , ap
riari upon tho scroll of hi,culaplin fcme, lor a tr
rt2jj what wouli suit, to mt 1 pon &
A7to euro our ll'j. A-ayatonce .slth draushU
ind pills ;for whether It ho ndestlM, liver com
rtalntorconstlpaUoii.oranre. 'SMetirhich lleih ill
raienSScKisAUOi. il dbuccists.
J. J. MAOK & CCi Propr's.
9 and 11 Front St., Eaa Francisco.
Between Albn and Fremont.
All Kinds of First-Glass Meats at
BEEF By the side or quarter 5 cents
VEAL 3 cents per pDund.
the carcass 8 cents
the side 10 cents per
Meat3 Retailed over the Block at
I do my own killing an 1 raie and fatten my
on cattle, she-p anl hojs, and in
consequence can furnish
and better than any other market in the city.
A. BAUER, Proprietor.
To any one who will send us 25c and act 2l
Our agent we will send the following goods, that
could not be loui;ht elsewhere lor less than
jt.oo: 1 Dozen Sheets of Sup-rfineCommcrcia
Paper, 1 Dozen Envelopes to niwh, 2 xtra
fir.3 l-idios' Steel IHws, 1 Oens' Colfjen Pen, 1
iOk RPLLEP QOLP RJ5Q. worth more than
we charge for the package; 1 Dhon I ad Pen
cil, 1 Faber's Pencil Rubber, all fir-i-chss goods,
t Sheet of Blotting Paper, 1 Rolled Gold Plated
C0l3r Button, 1 Sctol Ro'ttl Gold Cuff Uut.
tons. We l)ive statedtliat the goods bought
separately could not be bought for less than
$t.oo, but to secure new agents wc will sell them
put up in a pirkage for 25c,
ACME MFG, CO.
Was the n-trao forracriy given to fccrurafo
becauso of a KupcrsliLIon that It could bo
cured by a Mug' touch. The world Is
wiser now, and knows Ibat
can only bo cured by a thorough purifica
tion of the blood, If this l iwlcctcil,
tpe iseus( perpetuates Its taint tliroucrlj
getieration after crieratloi. Among its
curlier njinptoiiulic tlcieiopuieut are
Kczomn, Ciitaneoiis Kiuntloiis, Tu
mors, llolls, Carbuncles, Kryslpelas,
Purulent Ulcers, Xenons ami Phy
sical Collapse, etc. If nllowed to con
tinue, Rheumatism, Scrofulous Cn
tnrrli, Kiiiiicy und Liver Diseases,
Tuberculin- Consumption, ami arl
oih other daii;:roui or fatal maladies, tiro
produced by It.
Is the only pmrcrfitl and chcoys reliable
blood-purijijing medicine. It Is so effect
ual an alterative) that It eradicate from
the system Hereditary Scrofula, and
llie kindred polsops of loiitagioits tNeaeJ
and mercury. At tho mine time It en
rjuhes and vitalizes the blood, testoiliiir
healthful action to tho ltal oryum ami
rejuveintlns tha entire system. TI1I1 great
Is rompoitl of tl.e jrcnulne Honduras
Rnraaparllta, with ellow Dock, 6'ttl
llngla, tho Iodides of Potassium and
Iron, and other Ingredients of (rreat po
tency, carefully and t-cleutlilrally com
pounded. Its formula Is generally Known
to the medical profession, and the best
physicians constantly prescribe AVER'S
SAlts.uuniLi.A as nn
For all diseases caused by tho vitiation of
the blood. It Is concentrated to the high
est practicable degree, far beyond nny
other preparation for which like effects
are claimed, and Is therefore the cheapest,
as. well cs the best blood purifying mcdl
clqe, tn tho world.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mats.
Sold by i!l Druggists -rice $1; six
Ift THFRF AMY H
1TEW AKD IHPOETANT l
,01? PTJLMONAEY EXPil
Con tlio TJnlvorsal Coninmi1
Dr. Borzeon. a leading French
ha a new treatment for consump tl
He liives e. enema ol carbonic
ulnhurptted hydrogen cases, the Id
gas parrying the former into every 1
ot me tiiro.it ana tungs.
Thi treatment, too. 19 directed an
niTi-cts the t-ana'j remains undisturbed.
Wlmt this caus eis has been ttated by
perliaps llie highest pulmonary authority
fn the world, i. ., the Brompton Hos
pital for Consumptives, in London, Engv
This malady every year carries oh from
one-eeventh to one-riftli of tho entire
population of England I
Dr. Payne, M.D., M.R.C.P., London, ia
authoiity for this htatement.
The i-ame or a greater prorKjrtion ol
deaths obtains in America.
Dr. Payne also says that one-half the
total number of deaths from all other
causes havo seeds of this disease in the
system which only require Borne lrnuni
Dr. Hermann Brehmer, nn eminent
German authority, Bays that eoiibump
tion is caused by deficient nutrition ol
These nutliontics callus do uuputeu.
This medical uorld recostntzes tliem. lilt
uric acid is the irritant in the blood that
causes the development of the needs
which Dr. Brehmer says lie dormant in
tho blood. . .
Every particle of blood vuiich passes
through the lungs aiid heart, also goes
tlirnm-li the kidnevs. and it they aio in
the least deranged they cannot rid the
blood of its killing poicon. The thousand
little hair-like fewer tube of the kidneys.
very easily gel blocked up and diseased:
ami when tuey do, they corrupt instead
of purifying tho blood. Kidney disease
may exist, and yet no riain occur in that
organ, becaueo it is delicient itl nerves ol
Dip your finger in acid every day and
it foon fohters and is destroyed. Sond
acid jioisoued blood throuBdi the Iungi
overy second, end they soon givo way.
The Uiompton Iloopitul invstiation
sliowed thai 512 per cent, of the victims
of consumption were ufllicted with do
ratucd Uiiltieys, whicli permitted the uric
ttcitf poison io remain in tho blood and
irritate the lungs. Thii uric acid is al
ways fighting every vital organ, and if
there- bo any inherent weakness in tha
luns it inevitably caubCB pneumonia,
cough and conmmption.
Tlio real cause of pulmonary troubles
bciiisr eo authoritatively shown to bo
faulty even tliouuli unsuspected action of
the kidneys, explains why, in order to
master the Urtaucu consumption, ona
mubt rid the blood of the uric acid irri
tant which inflames and burns up the
lung substance. For this purpose ther
is nothing efmal to that great specific,
Warner'a bafo cure. This remedy has
now the favor of medical men aU Over
the world purely on its merits. We hay?
no doubt that it tho kidneys are kopi t'l
natural action, consumption and a great
many other disoanes, caused by uric acid,
will not only bo cured but will bo pnji
Wiefl tho kinjsy s hpaltly, no alb.u
rtifin appourn in tho water, bi)t albumen
ii found 'in Uie water of mora than half
kof tl'OfoyiiiriweX consumption I
a ills', men, u tno conuiuon ol tnlng
tli at always precedes consutsptioti;
Filst, ffeaicened kidneys; second, rat
tained uric acid, poisoning tho blrxy
ihird, the development w dsoaso ii
the ung by tb,a irritant acids passing
through tliem. Then theio is a littl
cough in the morning; soon thick, yellow
matter is spit up, followed W loss oi
flesh and stiengui. with dreadful night
kweat? ; and lien ilia patient goes to his.
tchool physician (or help, he is put on
iQd-livcr oil which his stomach, woalf
euod also by uric acid in tho blood, can
not digeFt. Because there is no pain
present in the kidneys, the patient docs
not think tiiev are affected, but the kid
ney acid is doing its work every mitiuto.
every hour, -day and night, and by-aiul-bj
the disease of the lungs has advanced
until pus is developed, then come hemor
rhages, and at last the glassy state Vu?
denotos that the end is nea.rl
A post-mortem, examination of such
cusps shows that the teniblo uric acid
lias completely destroyed the substance
of tlio lung.
It is impossible to cure lung disease
when the blood is poisoned with uric
A N D
MCALLISTERS Ml CONE Prop's.
ll Kind of .Mill and Mlnlr.r Varu'nerr,
lluivy tun Mekt Ca.uors ol liu i i Hint
ur.iteto Order on tiirl Notice .'', ni'i? Fne,
Settlirf, Retort, Cerfs, tare. Stceu, ItnllluiJ
TtiuLr, ic, troa LaleU De;t;. Porttblo
HoittlLg iSnelMif, SS'amp Pr-'spcc'i r-.' Mills
Marti 10 Order. Scroenr of all Uerfrlinlotis
IMscbed or lotted. ur;tnes Ir.dlcaiti. Mid Ad-lu-tld.
Apcnls tor Albany Lnhr'ra'li 1. Coni
oonrdt. Cyllcder, SplEdlomid Valve oIN, Wc.-t-lnchonie
Automatic Engines In a, io 00
Hcrse Power aril all elio la the Jlich'ni; aud
Kouudi) Line. Alto
AGENTS FOR THE
JAMES P. McALLISTER, Macager.
The above reward will be paid
for tho arrest and conviction of
any person or persons unlawfully
handling any of my stock Brand
H G on left hip.
H. W. Hasskloren.