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tu n EPITAPH. E, ARIZONA. MAY fi, 1882. iTO.K HIMJAKN. Must Go llloud ertus i mill IllanketK-VoluntecrH to fKront Au Knthtmiaittlr 3lrot- FVesterilns'. Inlay morning hand bills were ily- kut llie street, calling the people to Ic meeting on Allen street fronting find Hotel, nt 19 o'clock. About 11 ti immense multitude of people had hied. Tho Tombstone Urass Baud fitted strains of martini music from Hel porcb, and excited citizens dU- Lthe situation hi 1 porous languago lie street. Precieelv at 11 Judgo South. i-.rd called tho inciting to order, and in a few pointed words introduced Don Miguel M. Corclla, of Sonom. Mr. Corclla stated that lie appeared there as the representa tive of Col. Abumada, the commandant of the Mexican forces on the frontier. Tho Colonel, ho said, wa-i suddenly called nvvny and could not attend, but instructed hint to inform the citizens of Tombstouo that ho Mould cooperate with any troops on this Mdo engaged in crushing the ma rauding Apaches. Mr. Corclla further stated that ho knew what kind of man Col. Ahumada wa9, and that ho would fol low any trail, hot or cold, and soon make it hot. Ciipt. J. II. Hurst, of TIIK REGULAll AUMV, wat nest introduced, and made a lengthy xpeech. Ho prefuccd Ids remarks by saying that ho was not accustomcJ to pub-llu sneaking and felt somewhat era. barraseil in addressing such a large multitude. Ho said prompt and de- i;iive action was neces9arv: that the uses were almost at our doors, and were ling bolder and bolder, and unless we K active and radical measures to stay or progress, riveis oi uiooa wouiu marK jrmcanuerlngs, He said so far as ho concerned ho liaa done cvcrvthlnc tils power; ho had put three coraDanies troon3 in the field: had sent n courier fiFort Huachuca wlih orders for i- commandinir officer to march to tho Eof the settlers; he paid tho courier ! oJ his own pocket, five dollars per Stri-anO-it- took him fourteen hours to aplete the twenty miles intervening be- en lombstono and Huachuca. : Captain paid a hieh tribute to the aracter and worth of DELEGATE OUItV, I said that if the citizens of Tombstone. (public meeting assembled, telegraphed b truo siaio oi anairs to jJir. uury, lie puld loso no tlmo in laying the matter foro tho War Dopartment, and insist on equate assistance beine rendered to the fencers of civilization in Arizona. In- Itid of three regiments of troops being imiy awauing orders mey snouiu tie eaay on tuo ground, dnvine the blood- Irsty savages trom their lairs in the Chi. junuas and Dragoon", and protecting the es ami property ot settlers. There was er 00,000 reeular troons in Ireland at escnt, obeying tho behests of tvranv. and eland was so much smaller than Cochise CQlintv that it it was set down In ncnrnpr of it apartof prospectors could not find" tho "ould dart" in a week. The Captain informed the audience that he was hero by order of tho department commander watching the courc of scouts and directing tho moements of troops. Ho earnestly requested :nv: ' entered into for the exter mination of tho savages. Fred Brooks was next introduced, and in trumpet tones read the enrollment agreement of forty volun. teers for sixty days' service. Mr. Brooks, warming to his subject, said that tho Indians were creatol by Goj1ir73mvT'D!i&'g tlTe" "iigrcssord missioned by' tho ileviiT"lhat"solong as w-o gave tuera uianneis anu uacon tncy would kill us, and the only way to permanently rid ourselves of tho nuisance was to in vade tho reservation and cive them blood for blood. Mr. Brooks spoke vigorously and to tho point and was loudly cheered. ..mat a committee auuscriptions were men oneneu am seveial donations of money, horses and arms wcro made by citizens. Among others, a pool of $250 -was. put imas a re- ranu a "each 'men Itheir , the eUents. BriB64ndrnuch d i fficul t v be encountered in providing enough to mount a comptny. The Fight at Mteln'x I'cak. The SllverCity Southwest gives the fol lowing partiOnlari of Hie fight ut Stein's Peak, in which two dozen Apaches whip ped a half a doon eompinies of icgular troops: The troops, eonsistlug of 25 Indian sronto. Companies C, F, O, II and JL,-4th !iuy. nu cumiiiuiiucu uv ucncraii' or- syfir, left Lorttiburg.April 23d, and truck the InUianii in Uoubtful Canyon. Tho Indian 'cfjllli dividctl into parties of five weroj the whole day abend of the command, trailing the hostilcs. Ono of thee parties, under command of a corporal of company M, -ill cavalry, were bending down e.ttmining the ground, when they vveio tired upon by the ho3tiles and four of them killed. The corporal mounted his horse, and though fired upon several times and pursued by tho Indians, made his escape and rodo back to the command. While thus pursued he met a prosiK-ctor, took hltu up behind, and both were safely carried to the command. 'When tho pur. Miing Indians reached the fool of the mountain they set the gras on fire, thus creating an enormous smoke anil making them invisible to the Uoopi. Company F, JIajor Davis, m the first to go iuto the action, by riding; over the burning grass and bushes, and they succeeded in capturing about twenty p'ick ponies, which wero killed. The other companies followed closely. The engagement lasted until after dark, when tho troops came upon a tpiiug, nnd while watering their stock they were again fired upon. The following "rave casualties occurred, yi.: iDBtantiy I'rlvate Jvurl, corn ea va I ry. ot lits woiuiils sergeant II. wny C, -Mi cavalry B.1 t'l rivato Sullivan, com- airyj Fnvato Downey, yairy; i'rlvate Leonard, Kjen to drop, but 'comrades, packed Tf the field. i who had the tcirl- nj six days wilh- kttsm of a well riast two this jiUEiiUfiK uioveu HgHjflBJttLjtguanthej,tb - wiiiw 7 ,77)JTimtfwnwiif nTm i iii-nii m u 'mmmKmjarmMimnrA u.ki,"abAb -rt-.r 'iMiMllll Mini ""I'WM 11 IH Win I HI I 111 ' hi Wi'P I" ' I acWmSFSSMM HOSTILE? AT HKl.Mi It ASCII. Anxiety for the i'ato of the Occu pants. Henry Xcvlu, u prospector well known to people in Tombstone, many of whom are willing to vouch for his character for honesty and veracity, arrived hero ut 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Xcvin Males that ho was prospecting in tho Dragoons, and camped at Helm's ranch Monday night. Yesterday morning about 8 o'clock he left tho ranch, and hail proceeded as far as Bowei'.s Spring when a bullet wlil.cd bv him. Dismounting from his mule rapi'lly, he took station behind Ills pacK burro and glaucing towards the foot-hills saw two Indians about three hundred yards from him. He brought his rifio to a rest on tho burro and took aim and had the satisfaction of seeing one oi tho redskins drop. Ho eontiuued firing at the other fellow, but Mr. Injun succeed ed in retreating bej ond range by dodging trom rock to rocK. ievin men mounted his mule and retreated as rapidly as Uls animals could move. He had not proceeded beyond a mile when he heard a regular fusilade of riile shots, succeeding each other asrapidlyas Chinese firecrack ers, in tho direction "of tho ranch. lie did not wait to investigate but made his way to town as rapidly as possible. Thero were tlnee men at tho ranch: Chas. Helm, Schultz and a teamster. They had plenty of arms, but much apprehension is lelt for their safety. From the report of the shots, Kevin thinks there must be quite a num ber of savages participating. As stated above, ho saw but two, and one of tbem ho converted from Ids wicked ways. Captain Hurst did not learn of Kevin's arrival until 8 o'clock last evening, but took immediato steps on learning of tho events above le lated, to dispatch a messenger to Captain Harris, at Antelope Springs. The Captain asked &evin if ho would be the bearer of tho message, oflering to give him ten dol lars for his trouble. Kevin accepted the otter and departed about 8:30 last evening. It is presumed that Capt.Harris will repair with his command to Helm's ranch when ho receives Captain Hurst's dispatch. It is to be hoped that Helm and his friends were able to stand off tho Indians, but ranch apprehension is felt for their safety. Mhoottns Affray. Between five and six o'clock last ei en. ing two rniners named Pat O'Keil and John Fleming, became entangled in an argument at a shoemaker's shop on Allen street, between Fifth and Sixth. O'Ncil was getitng the best of tho nrguraent, and Fleming was gradually losing his temper. Hot words ensued and epithets moie vigorous ban refined were exchanged. O'Neal lost patience and challenged Fleming to a fistic encounter. The proposition was de clined, but both men were standing up confronting each other. Tho abuse con tmucd on both sides and Fleming received a well directed blow on tho nose. O'Keil had more or less whisky aboard and Flcm Ing was perfectly sober. The latter is the stouter and stronger of the two.but instead ot "having it out" with his fists, drew n pistol and shot O'Keil twice. Tho first wound is in tho left gioln and ir-'mft" -scries "w ofes iraVte. Ecrlorated the left knee and is serious. Ir. Goodfellow attended the wounded man, wbo was immediately removed to his cabin. Tho first bullet passed through and the doctor extracted tho second. While tho wound is not necessarily fataLaihej w.'M lit-amasKTSffm Kc -irtn f lmnVrnHfnM- afw Wcer. JSenncy and is now confined in the county jail. O'Keil is spoken of as being an in offensive, good fellow and has many friends. Later accounts recccivcd at this office from an ec witness of the fight, states that n'ftil wnc antlfAli i, Itln.nniii lliAtnnllnr V .1VII .1 UO U.IIVJJ IS UI.UIV1U lUti UJUkli jbratfiftiT Tho same authority says that Flemi.tg Is a quiet, industrious man anu never was in trouble of anv kind before. From Captain Hurst it is learned that the Indians who did tho killing at Helm's ranch, and those who made the attack near ie.iCotention mill, are, probably of the . .4.' W a'.lll.,.! . . m ing yesterday morning to devise measures to equip volunteeis to resist the Apnehcs have not made much progress so far. Charles Tribolet went to Charleston and by not a little exertion succeeded in col. lectlng $40, three horses and a good .Mexi can scout. ?lr. Tribolet telegraphed Gov. ernor Trltle for permission to impress horses, accoutrements, etc., and received the following reply : Tcoo.v, C. Tribokt 1 am not uiilhm ized tosebo horses from citizens under the law. If you can procure them legally, I will recommend the ne.t,Lej:islature to pay for their use, or I will pay t.om Con gi ess. ional appropriation, if made, to suppress lawle'sne'1. and violence in Arizona. F. A. TitiTi.K, Governor. The membeis ot tho committee arc at sea as to what action they had be-t pur sue A message w as sent to Sir. Hooker, the extensive cattle man, askingforl10r5.es, but at last accounts lie had sent no answer. If horses could bo prov Ided thero would be no difficulty in placing a couplo ot bun dled men in the field in a few hours. The exigencies of tho casu demand the earnest attention and exertion of everybody, us the blModthirsty savages are lntnt at our door. Caiituiii Madden Criticised, Charles O. Clute, Superintendent of tho 0. M. & M. Co., Ayer camp, has written an indignant letter to tho Tucson Star on the conduct of Cap tain Madden when appealed to for assistance after the rccont Indian raid in the Chirinhu.thuas. Mr. Cltitc says: f Captain Madden called uie one side and I gave him a plain statement of tacts; told hini.niy conclusions and gavo him my reasons. I also told hirn lie could be put on a line trail in fifteen minutes? Mr. Mm ray also told him the same. Peter Doyle, 0110 of our men who lias been a scout, also volunteered to show him tho trail, but no; ho had not lost any Indians and said thero was not an Indian within twonty-fivo miles of us; they had all gone vanished like tho baseless fabric of a ison or dream. Well, after taking a good meal they inarched down tho canyon again in good ordor. Finding we wero to have no protection from the military and that not evon a scout was to bo sent out, I sent out provis ions and men and had to abandon tho camp. 3m&? . jur-Tj- bvO rt- , .Uiu.mlwOTOTw.MW;pHJW .HOKIUI.Ati AMl'SEJinST. Doing or the ImUniis in the Chiri- cnliunM. Satuiday evening Hauy Clillord and Jrtmes Fiuley icturnid to this city from the Chlricahuas, bringlug details of the Indian raid made on tho 24th. Fiuley and Clifford mo in tho employ of Sorgura Smith, at his Pine camp, in the Chlrica huas, and were companions of Flanoy and Lobley, the murdered men. It seems the two last named and John Fife lcmained in camp that morning, while Finlcy and Clillord repaired to the tlmbct' On re turning to the camp in the evening they were horrified to find their two compan ions murdered, tho remains mutilated and Filo seriously w"undcd, ciouching in the brush. Between eighty audoue hundred Indians paiticipalcd in the laid and re mained hidden in the vicinity of the out rage for a couplo of dajs, and may be there still, according to our informant. The mllitaiy, under command of Captain Jiauuen, maue a nying trip to the scene ot the outiagc two oays after, and though it was generally understood that the reds wcio in the vicinity, the gallant Captain retired without making a veiy exhaustive search. The two victims were buried whero they fell, by Finlev and Cliflbul. and Fifo was ten.oved to the residence of his parents, where he now lies in a precar ious condition. The two murdered men were general workmen at the coal camp, and Fife was engaged in hauling lagging to this city. In addition to the killing, the Indians ran off four mules belonging to Fife, and two horses owned by Sorgum Smith. The day alter they ran oft" twenty head of stock trom White's ranch, situated between Downing's and Morse's saw mills. Fife hud an exciting time and only es caped wua uis me ny playing possum. He was first shot through tho right thigh and fell, and seeing the Indians approach mm while postrate on the ground, pre tended he was dead, but, to make sure, one of them took aim and scnt.a bullet through his left aim, shattering that limb horribly. Saturday evening Mr. Smith made appli cation to several gentlemen know n to be interested in laising and equipping the rangers for assistance, but none of them could be found to assume the responsibility. Finally he applied to Captain Jackson, and was informed by that gentleman that a part of his command was in the field, and tho horses of the remainder were suf fering lrom sore backs and unable to per form any duly. The captain, however. promised to provide Smith with a sufficient supply of guns, in company with a lew men, the latter will start for the fcenc of the outrage this morning. To the Public. Tombstone, A. T., April 80, 1882. I am directed by General Willcox, com manding department, to remain in Tomb stone and to render to its citizens and those of surrounding country dm ing the present most unfortunate Indian o'utbicak all the aid and assistance in the power and at the disposal of the mllitaiy authorities. Identified with Cochise county for sev eral years and with the people of Arizona f Dr nearly thirteen ycars,I am specially anx. ious and particularly desirous to render all seivice that I can officially command. For this purpose I earnestly ask the co operation of all citizens. I want the ear liest possible information of danger to ex posed setl?; r,HtjiisJinfnrmiition be to "iHuIeaiid I will act inimedlmrfyrfaT'on' night, and will stretch to the utmost all my official powers on behalf of the de partment commander. Every soldier in Arizona is in the field for the protection ot settlers and property, 'and every mlliy-niBdtttottilew uHvr.vitefcr!SHi""?l"',. w?t?im?'&j xDtmamoimjfaeK -jhiwv rejiut bobm-. MliraalreiMrtslmTOta'Tffertihd rind'best'elibrts'nTiTM'yourtbmrnilndr - J. II. IIuiist, 1st Lieut. 12th Infantry. Brevet Captain LT. S. A. The Tucsonatwl fSSeU- Btfpors Larjii-lfHJSvo a sliind' over tho relative merits of the two ancient hamlets. Much apprehension is felt for tho safety of the soldiers in pursuit of Loco, it being dreaded that thoymay rush upon tho savages rashly. Tho Silver Belt Smelting works, near Prcscott, will start up soon. itoit.v April 30, 18S4, to Mrs and .Mr. TN'TnTs'nrafswTJsouRTop.THE first Jl JudleftuHjUtrlCtWUhdiTerrlroryvof Arizona, In and for the County of Cochise,1' Patrick llarrlng. ton, l'lalntlfl, vs. James S.Clark, John U Rouse and John T. Anderson, Dclemtants. Anion brought in tho District Court of the First Judicial District ot the Te.ritory of Aiiona, in and for the County ofCochl'e, and the complaint filed In the said County of Cochise, in the office oi the Cleik of said District Court. 1 he Territory oi Arizona sends giectingto James S. Clark, John D. Rouse, nnd John J. Andereon, Defcndiuts. You are hereby required to appi ar In an action brought against you by the above named l'lalntlfl, In the DIslrlit Court, or tho First Judicial District ortho Territory of Arizona, lu and Tor tho County of Cochise, and to ausvverthecoraplaiut filed therein, within twenty days (exclusive or the day er ser vile), after the service on you of this summons (If served within this count) ; or if served out ol this countv.but in this, district, within Ihlrtj days: uthervviso within fort dajs), or Judgment by de fault will be taken againt 3011 acundingto the pravcr ot eald complaint. Tim said action is brought to obtain u decree ndjiulglng thut defend ants hold the leial title to lertalnreal tstatelu li.et'lli ol Tombstone, Cochise County, A. T as trustees lu trust for Iho n-e aud benefit ol plalntill, that dt fendants within such time and In such terms ns the court mav deem just, make deed of said property to plalntill, to ifiilct plain tilt's title thtnlo for cots and general relief, all of which morolullv appears by lefertnco to tho complaint on file herelu; said real estate Is de scribed as Lots -J1 and SI In block 17, according to tho original map of Tombstone, mado by Solon M. Allls, March Bill, 187.1. And jou arehcieby nutltled that if jou fall to appear and answer the said complaint, as uoove riiiiren, iuu sain piaiu tin will take judgment by default and apply to tho rt lor ttio rellit itiniacuvu in me tompiaint. (ilven under mv hand and Si at ot the District Court or the First Judicial District oftheTerrt torv of Arizona, iu aud for the Couuty ol Cochise, this nth day ol April, in the jtar of our Lord one thousand light hundred and eightv-two. fsi.vt.j W. II. SHAMANS, Clerk, lly H. M. C'aiui, Deputj CKrk. Kiinii.imiK IN THi: DISTRICT COURT OK TIIK 1HRST Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, In and lor the lounty of Cochise. A. C. Smith, plilutltl", vs. James M. Clark, John 1). Koiwo and John A. Anderson, de lendauts. Aetioti brought in the District Court uf the First Judicial District or the Territory of Arizona, lu and for the County of Cochise, and the complalutlllid In said Count ofCothUe, in tho office ortho Clerk 1 f the aid District Court. The Territoiy of Arizona csuds greitlng to lames s. Cbuk, John D. Rouse and John J. Andeison, defendants: You aie hereby rcquiiidto appear ill an action brought against jou by the ubove named plalntllls, lu tho D.strlct Court ol the First Judicial District oi the Teiritorj of Arizona, in aud lor the County or Co chlse, andtoausVver the complaint filed therein, wjthlu twenty dajs (exclusive of the daj ol ser "vice), alter the service on jou of this summons (II se'rvtd within this county; or If servid out of this count), but In this district, within thirty dajs, "otherwise within thirty davs), or Judgi-int by de fault will to taken agilusl vou, according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action Is brought to obtain a decne adjudging that dcleud ants hold Iho h2.1l title to certain leal estate In tnc Cltv of" Toinbstoni, County of Co chise, A. T, as trustees in trust for the use and benefit of plalutln" that the title of plalntill to said real estate be quieted for costs of suit and general relief, all of which niorefullj appears bj-n fcrence to the complaint on filoliireln Said rial estate Is described as lots 21, W, 21. 21, In block 40, according to tho original map of Tombstone, made uy Solon M. Allls, Mrrch 5, 1879. And jon are heieby notified tnat If jou fall toappear and answer the said complaint, as above requirto, the said plaiutltts will take Judgment by default and upplv to the couit for the relief de manded "in the complaint. Glvtn under my hand aud tho seal of the District Court or the First Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, lu and for tho County of Cochise, Oil 11th day of April, In the jear of our Lord ono thousand eight hundred and elghtj-two. ism. W. II. SEAMAN'S, Clerk. Ily E M Ci-.ti, Deputy Clerk. (Tim Publication, Mil)-1, 1WJ.3 Application Xo.103 lor n Patent to the lloimii Anna Slinliic Claim. TTNITED STATUS LAND OFFICE, TUf U eon, Arizona, April :W, 1SSJ. Notice is hereby given that tho ltusjull (lolJ and Mher Mining Corn pan), u hoso pomtofllce address is In care all. L. Miles, Tucfon, Arizona, has this day filed his application for a Datent or fifteen hundred linear feet of tho Donna Anna rulno or elu bearing sil ver, gold and copper, with surface Kronnd six hun dred feet in width, sltnatcd in Cochl'e .Mining District, County or Cochieo and Territory of Ari zona, d designated bv the field notes ami official plat on flic In tils office as Lot No. 40 iu said Dis trict. Said lot No. 40 being described as follows, to wit: Beginning at the initial monument at the center of tho claim at a pino no:, 4x1 Inches square, l Uet long, and marked "D. A. No. 1," w Deuce n shall bean S. tS3 1 1 w est 0U fett distant ; thence north 8.1 11 east, 750 feet to the center of tho east end of claim to a pine pont 4rl Inches square 41i feet long, and marUd "D. A. No. S;" thence north (i'4o west 300 fiet lo rortheat cor ner of tucc'alm, toa pine poM, 4x4 Inches Kjuau, 4U feet long, and marhed "). A. No. 3," wncm c United States Mineral Monument No. 1, bears north W 11 east 15411 feet distant: thence south H3' II weet 1VX) feet to northwest corner or the claim to u plno pot. lit inches square, 4'i feet long, and marked "11. A. No. 4;'' theuco Muth 6" 4i) east, XOOlect to the west end center monu ment to a plno post, 1x4 Inehe square, isi feet long, and marked "D. A No. 6j" tnenco south C 41. raft 300 feet to the southwest corner ot tho claim to a pine post Ixt Inches sqnare, I?) Icet long, and marked "). A. No. 6;" thence north W 14 east 1500 feet to southeast corner of tho claim t. a pine pot, It! inches snuaie, 4 feet high and mnrked "1). A. No. 7;' ard thence north U' 40 west 3G0f.ct to monumentNo.2, tLe ulace of heolnnlnir. This r.l.ihn Hm about five miles northwest of tho Southern I'iclttc Hailroad depot at Dragoon Summit, Cochlc County, and upon It United States Mineral Monument No. 1 Cochise District Is built. Magnetic varia tion 12 14 eat, containing -'O.fiS acres. Tho location of this mine is recorded in tho Recorder's Office -)f Cochl'e County, Ari7ona in Books 7 and 6 of Mining Claims at pages 314 and 441 Tronscribed Kecords. The adjoining claimants are the owners of the Vesper and Hero mining claims. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Donna AunaMlnoor surface ground are requlnd to file their adcrse claims with the Register of the United States Land Office at Tucson, in the Ti rrl tory of Arizona, during the sixty dajs period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of tho Statute. HENRY COUSINS, Itegl-ter. It is hereby ordered that the above co'ke of an plication for a patent be published for the period of sixty dajs (ttn consecutive weeks) lu tho weekly Epitaph newspaper, published at Tomb stone, Cochise County, Arizona Territory, which paper Is hereby designated by me as published ncirest snch claim. HENRY COUSINS, Register. Summon. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OK THE FIRST Judicial D'strict of the Territory or Arizona, In and for the County of Cochise. teo. W. Stew art, plaintiff, vs. Jaiots S.Clark, John D. Roue and John J. Anderson, defendants. Action brought in the District Court of the First Judicial District or the Territory of Aiizona, in and for the County of Cochie, and the complaint filed iu said County of Cachise, in the office of the Clerk of said District Court. The Territory of Arizona sends greeting to James S. Clark, John D. Rouse and John J. Anderson, defendants: You are hireby required to appear In an action brought againstjouby the above named plalntill, iu the District Court of the First Judicial District ol the Territory of Arizona, in and for the County of Co chise, aud to answer the com jlaint filed therein, within twenty days (exclusive of tho day of scr served within this county; or, If serve! nut of this county, but In this district, within thirty days, otherwise within thirty days) or Judgnent by default will be taken agHlusl you aciordlngto theprajer of said complaint. The said action is brought to obtain a decree adjudging that defen dants hold the legal title 10 ccitain real estate In the city of Tombstone, Cochlso county, A. T., as trustee In trust for the use and benefit of plalntill'; that defendants within snch time and on such tcrmi as to the lourt may seem just, eviutoa deed ol said property to plalntill'; that plaintiffs line 10 saui properly ue quietea, lor losts tinti general relief. All of which more fully appears by reference to the complaint on file herein. Said lot is known as lot 2, iu block 3.', according to the original plan of Tumbstonc, as made by Solon M. Allls, March 23th, 18711, which is here referred to. And j'ou arc hereby notified that If you fall to ap pear and answer the said complaint, as above re aulrcd, the said plalutln" will take judgment by eluult and apply to the court for tho relief de manded in hc complaint. Oivcn under mvhand and the Seal of the District Court of the First Judicial District ol theTejritjiiJ-Tona, in j.XflT thr.-geys'.y-rri Cochise, this 12th day of April, in me jcaroi our i-oru one inouiauu cigni hundred aud eighty-two. sul. W. II. SEAMAN'S, Clerk. Ily H. M. C.uui, Deputy Clerk. ,5f! JUz. yrJMmoM, ,A 3 'I-.Tmflclal.DlrtrtM &yittt0m:-6r-cHuey ?! 'John iirn deftmWnts.'iAlctrn UIHlLiaTB JKHiUH Bfjlliril'lllHia1 into Sfq;, HAiBlrlst.Gaert-aC'.tb -FirttVudlcbsl'Wsti 'SSsiSlSiPt County 01 uocmse, in me oince 01 tuo cierK 01 said District Court. The Territory r,; Arizona sends greeting tr James . dir .Tunu D. Rou6e and John J. Anderson, defendants. You arc herubT renulrcd to snnear in an action broinrht against von by the above named plaintiff, lu the lilstrlct'Couriof thcFlrst Judicial District of lhe Terrlteryor Arlzonii, in nnd for the County of Cochise, ana 10 nnsvvir i euuiiJiuiiii, un-u imie in, within twenty davs (ixilusivc ol the day of .(.rvlri. After the Lrvicc on you of tms summons (If served within this countj , or If served out of this couuty, but la this district, within thirty dajs; othervvlio within forty days), or jupgment by de.'ault will be takeu nimltiii nn necordln" to tbe prayer of said com plaint. Tho said action Is brought to obtain a decree adjudging tnat defenaanis uoiu me icai mi., in ri.rt.iln real estate la the City of Tomb stone. Cochise County, A T In trust for tho i. mid benefit nf ulalniltt: that aefendants, with lu such time and upon such terms as to the such tlmo ana upon sucn terms as 10 me urt may seem Just, executed deed-of said pron ty to plalntill to unlet plalntiiVVHe to tald ouertT for costs and general relief, aitof which Court prtv I nm.rtT for rusts nnd pentral more fully appears by reference to the cjmplaint .,n nu liomln. Sniri real estate Is dLSlp'iatcd as lot 7 in block 31, accoidln" lo original map of Tombstone, maue oy poiou .11. aiiis, jiiarcu Jin, 1-JT9. which Is referred to. And yon are I ercby notified that If jou fall to appear and answ.'r tho said complaint, as above required, the said plain tiff will take judgment by default and apply to the Court lor tho relict demanded iu tho complaint. Given uudir mv hand and seal of the 1)1 ti let iinnrtof tho First Judicial District of theTcirl tr.iT r.r Arloua. in and for the County of Coditse this!2th day ci April, in the jear of otirLoid one, thousand light hundred aud eighty-two, rfcxL 1 w. 11. sSamans 1 Ily IL M. Cai.ii, Depi S Clerk. uty Clerk, fFirst Publication Maj 1, lS&J.j Anuliration So. 191 for a Patent to the Highland Mary .llinlnc Vlalm. TTNITF.D STATES LAND OFFICE. TUC U son, Arizona, April 2W, lfces. NoMcc Is hire- 1... ..I. .... .I.A. .1... n.tuanll f!,l.1 nnA Cll.or Vflnln,. Company, whoso postolllco addicss Is in can 01 T. L. Stiles, Tucson, Arizona, ha this day filed his applicellou for a pati nt hir 1.500 linear leet ol the Highland Maiv Mine or vein bearing dlvir, golduml cofipir, with surfaie ground Cuu feet lu wliith, situated lu Cachlc mlningd strict, county or Cochlso and Tirritory of Arizona, and dislg natid bv the Ik Id notes and official plat 011 file in toll otiico as lot No. 87, In mild District Said lot No. 37 being describe it as tuiiows, to wit: Jio cl nimrat the Initial mouuinent of the claim, at the center ot the NWcud Ihereof, upon cropplugs of the vein, at a pine post 4x1 Inches squaie, l'i feet high and marked "HM No. 1," whence L, S. Mineral Monument No. 1, Cachi-e district, bears S7S"Ui' W, 2'JJifeet distant; thenco SSS'U E, SlWlcet to the NW corner of the claim, lo a pine post 4i4 Inches square. 4 ft it high and marked l-IIMNo 2'; thence SM) 48 K. l,VX)fl. totheNE corner of the claim, to a pine post 4x4 inches square, 4'i feet high and marked "HM No 3"; thenco S JSI'lt! W, M feet to center of claim, to a pine post ll Inches square, iJ4 leet high and maiked "HM No 4"; thence S SS'l." W, DHOfect to a pine post 4x I inches square, 4't leet high and marked '-HM No S", thence N bUMS W, 1,500 feet to the SW coruirof the claim, to a pine post Ixl Indus souare. I feet hlnh and marked "HM No. 11," aud tnence N 2U"12 E, 300 feet te the place of , .....1 fl-l. In .l.l.n I.. .1.H....I ..I...... X ... ti .. . oegluilliiK 1 ins IIOIIU II- EllUIIIVU uuuui u uuir- N W or the Sontheni Pacific R.R. depot at Dragoon Summit, l ochise county, on a flat slope cast of a roolhill of llmc'tone. Magnetic variation 12'1I E. containing 20.ifl acres The location of this mine Is recorded lu the recorder's olllce of Cochl-e countv, Arizona, in Hooks 0 and 7 of Mining Claim", at page? 321 nnd 411, Transcribed Records. The adjoining claimants are theowners of the Cop per King, Tjioou, Time Lo'ir and Hillside Mining Claims, Any nnd all persons claiming adversely portion of said Highland Man mine or surface any ground arc ri.ifUln.il to file their advirse c'aims with the Rigister of tho United St les Land of fke at Tucoii, in the Territory of Arlzoni, dur ing tho sixty davs period ol nublliation bcicot. or tiny will be barred bv vlrluo of the provi-Ious of the statute. HENRY COl SINS, Register. 11 is nereuj oraereu mat me anove nonce 01 au plication for patent be published in thcWeckl) EptrArii a newspaper publhbed at Tombstone, Cochise countv A, 1'.. for the period of slxtj davs (ten consecutive weeks), whiih papir Is hereby designated bv 1110 as published nearet such claim. HENRY COL SINS, Register. Notice to Creditors). INSTATE OF JOHN A. GILLESPIE. DE !i ctased. Notice Is hereby given bv the un dersigned, Administrator of the tateof John A. Gillespie, deceased, to the ipditors of, aud all persons Laving claims against lhe saiddeciased, to exhibit them with tho necessarv vouiucrs, within tour months alter the first publication 01 this notice, to the said Administrator at his office. No SOS, on Fourtli strttt, between Fremont and Soirord, In Tombstone, In the Countv of Cochise. W. A. HARWOOD, AOl.llnlJtiRtor oflho Estate of John A. Oillesple, dteeiised. Dated at Tombstone, -I pill 1!', 1SSJ a21wtt Xotli-r. HAVING RECEIVED PATENTS ON THE Vlzlua, Poor X aud Yreka claims, we are now prepared to spl ciilld'.ag lota on said prop, erty, and will give tlioee paillesuow occupying pain lot the first privilege to buy. dill VIZINS CON. MINING CO. First Publication March 27, ltS, Application Ao. 175 for a l'atent Tor the Ilonilrlcbh Mining Claim. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE.TUCSON, Arizona, March 'il, lbSi. Notice is hereby Riven that Philip Corbln, Trustee and the Orion Silver Mining Companv, whose po-tolfiioaddnss is caro er T. I,. Stlle, '1 ncson, Arizona, have this day tiled IhUr application for a patent Tor 1110 linear fe"t of tho Hendricks mine or vein, bearing copper and silver, with surface Rround W0 feet In width, situated in Warren MiniuR District, county of Cochise, Terrlton of Arizona, and designated brthefiild notes nnd official plat 011 file In ibis office as lot No. 45, said lot No. 45 belugasfolloWh, to w it: IiCRln-iini; at the initial monument, at thoiasttru end of the claim, at u stake 4x4 Indies, 4 feet high, In a monument of ptoses anil marked, ' It. M 1. li. Mt.," shaft No. 1 (.f this claim bears south 81' 51 west 150 feet dlstint, tunnel No. 1 of this claim lars north ty 10 west 05 fett distant; thence north 8 15 wet SCO leet to a stake 4x4 inches, 4 lut hljli. set In a monument of stones,iindmarkeil"H. Jl 11., ' whence United Slates Mineral Monument No. 1. this distiict, bears north " 5 east mil ret distant; thenco south ill 55 west 1140 feet to a -take 1x1 inches, 4 feet hlch, set in a monument of stones, and marked "11. M. HI."; theme south S' 15 castSuO feet to a stake 4x4 Inches, 1 feet bIrIi, set 111 a monument ol stones, and markid "11. M. IV."; thence south 8' 15 tat SCO reettuastake Ixl In ches, 4 fee liljh, set lu a monument of ftonc", and maiked "11. M V."; tticr.io north 81 55 east 1110 feettoastakn 4x4 Indies, I feet high, set in a monument ofstones and marked " II. M. VI.-'; and thence north B li we-tSUO feet to the Initial monument and pbice of belnnlnj.'. Mai; nttle variation, 12" x'5 east; contalnln lVTlai'res 'lhe loeatlonof this mine is ucorded in the Ite corder's office of Pinii county, Arizona, In Ilocl: D, Records of Mines papCM, and also in the rec ords transcribed trom Pima lo Cochise county. The adjoining claimants are the omura of the Copper Kins, Webster, Atlanta, Golden Kag'c, Valla Walla and'lwllleht mluiiitf claims. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion ol said llcndrlcks mlno or surf ice pround arc rcquircu 10 me ineir auv erse claims wmi me Register of the Uniteu States Land Office at Tucson, In the county of l'imi, Territory of Ari zona, during the sixty days' period ol publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. HENRY COUSINS, Register. T. L. Stiies Tucson, A. T., Attorney foi Appli cant. It Is hereby o-lercd that the ion (wing uotlciof application for patent bt published f.r Hie pinod of sixty days(ten consecutive veeks).ln the WH kly Kpilaph, a newspaper published at Tombstone, Cochlso conuty, Arizona, vv hich paper is lit rebj de-ignated by tnc an published nearest such claim. HENRY COUSINS. Register. Assesnient Xotlco. rpOJOHN YEAGER. WiU SIMMONS AND 1 1). E. Este-, or their heirs or assigns: You are hereby notified that the undersigned, J. W Board, t.a completed the assessment worn for 1881, ns required by law on the Mountain Queen mine, situated In Huachuca Mountains, in what it known as Montezuma C'anj 011 (located Mareh 3, IBM)) Cochise couuty. Arizona '1 crritory, and that j our proportion of the cost of said assessment work, amounting o ue ($su cacii), anu me com of publication of this notice Is now due and pij able tome. And notice I hereby farther given that, If before tho expiration of nlnetv (SO) days irom me nrst publication oi mis nonce, jou uo not pay jour portion ef said expense ligal, all jour right, title and Interest In and ti said mine von tie loricncu 10 me, oh pnivmiu oy law. J. W. HEARD, Tomblone, A. T December 31, lbbl. ASiHCMsnient Xotlrc. Cll) ol Tombstone, Countv of Cochise, Terri tory of Arizona, March 20, 1H To Alfred McAllster jour hens or a-signs jou are hereby notified thit we have expended one hundred dollars ou the Aunt Sally mine, lode or ledge, located in Tombstone mining district, County of Cochise, Arizona Territory, In order to hold said premises under the provisions of the re vised statutes of the United States, section 2331, being the amount lequlred to be done tohold the same for the jear 18S1. And if within ninety dajs from the service of this notice (or within uimty dajs after this notice, by publication you fall dr rdusu to contribute jour proportion of such expendiluroasco owner, your Interest In said claim will become the property of the subscribe! undirsaU section .1. 1). ADAMS, I.. F. REPPY, lUChSOMm 1) REPPY, Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN TOA 1 TAYLOR AM) all persons claiming under j ou that you hav e failed to perform your proportion of the f5Cs- IMfVZTk on the Aitamoui miue, Dragoon Mountains, uocmse v;ouuiy, ivrizoim icrriioij, for the jear, ending December 31, lbSl, and lhe same having been done by the uudcrilgned In ac cordance with law, this is to notlly you that If jou fail to pay jour proportion of said work wliniu tuo limepreseriueu uy ia, juui lun-jtsis In said mine will cease and bea"je the property of'the undersigned by virtue oVM'liou 2:121, Re- ie uniteo -iixto. jvA-5rr-irfWiM.V?fr- -jsarcn 1 j, ic?.. runout Xotlce. '"IHWKrS COUKTOFTHE COl STY .JLorCOcM ochistrmtlbrv of Arizona In the matter ottUe'$t'Wof,JoptflIanandas, dtceaed. Pur suant to an order of said court, made on the Mb day of April, A. D. 1682, notice Is tereb) given that Monday, the H day of Mn), A. D. Kti, at 10 o'clock a m. ol said day, at the court room of said court, Ic the Mining Exchange llulldtug, in Tomb-tone, said couuty, have been appointed as the time aud place for proving the will of said Joseph Manauitas, de ceased; aud forhearingthunppiication of Laurent Barada for the issuance lo him ot letters testa mentarj , vv Inn and where any person interested ma) appear and contest the same J II LUCAS, Ex-Ofilclo Cleik. Dttid April S. 1S. Send for ct New Illnjtra triIIi'kiI.it Vi. ." i,r I ill.inilW'.n Ji!n. (.''in- lllf '1011 of I'l l!t;ii.lof gOK'is ti.rM.I .mil l'.'ii ilv 11-1. V- ili .11 tlircollv i't tin i-iii-.i'r. ami -eil :i!i f.i.fil. in .iiiv riinptity a. v't-iiu't priie-. cei ,.!! Iiiiv Ix-Tir ninl tin ji-r than at S7aNT60MRY WARD k CO. St" ' "W:il:i-ti Yrm;(Vrcsi,'ovil! rKTMr&xsr.To. LascRlP-IM TitPffl M mrngbiL WrpoJl 1882; ill 1 1 iP4ilii fhii t m'l ai.Tvlkftnti. ib1 tm t. men wlttoul i nnp it, w coatiini un cwurrti innir, iuiiouli 1 1 i )isr. Bud fatldcKTfptU'ni, crlrfi triil dlrettiom l 'ort'' j$ 0 varit-Mfjcf jretblaii H iwer t-eJi, rjaiiti. I u t Trf -lc iotlnoU to U. Mitkig-in prown vdt vi 11 te tiui ra 'i!iLIt ff plt.t tiff tn the Ttrrtonft than ti rirrn hrt r MhiIi. W ruftWc AtjtcUItyor lunjiy'-j UkiLtl (UrJofri. AJdirti Q Ti M.FXKEy&CCDotron.Mlch. Breads, Thompson- OR aro the best 11ml cheapest Orgrma ever ofTereil (n the West. Everj lust runic nt warranted for six years, nml satisfaction guaranteed. Illus trated Cutaloguo free. BEAD & TUOjII'SON, 915 Olive Stroot, Sf. IsOOTS, T3EC33 READ & THOMPSON IANOS are noted for their remarkably sweet tone, superior wornm iiiMiip, ami beautiful fliiUh, Genuine Rosewood catcs. W'aiTantcd for 1 six) ears. The best low" piiceil I'lANO in th market. Send for Cltta logucs and Prices. HEAD & THOMPSON, 815 OUvo Street, ST. LOUIS, OflGLIINETTE. The most wonderful of nil Musical Instruments. Plajs any tuno perfectly. No instruction, or knowledge of music, is necessary to play tin Orgulnette. A meio child can prouueo tho most beautiful anil tlilllcult musi;, VTlth'Gve minuted practice. An imincuso stock of nil stjles con rtanlly on hand. Also a full stock of music fot theOrgulnolte. Catalogues free. Agents wanted. HEAD & THOMPSON, General Agents, 1)15 Olive Street, ST, LOUIS TniMbD and untrimed hats and millla cry gontl! nt the Xpw Yotk Varirty storo Is-r it'ltM. i'sviM-niH- l.liln lull ill for &n&7ERRY mts . i w t3u5 iW"'S mja mm rw'frfif JH&ftM wxifj t5jMraW rirst Publllcallou April 21, lbSi. Vilnius Apjillontlon Xo. 171 for a Patent to tin Coppi'i' Kins SJInliic Claim. XTXITE1) STATES LAM) OFFICE, TLC U son, Arizona, Apill 21, 1St2. Notlc Is lurebv given that the hu-sell Gold A, Siher Min ing Company, whose postotliio addriss is iaie of T. L. Stiles, Tucson, Arizona, ui Ibis illy Hied its application for -1 patent for IWOllmar fiei of the Coppir King mine or vein, liearnlg silver undiopptr, with surface ground boO lectin width, sltmileit In Cochlso MlnlLg District, Count) of CochSe aud Territoiy of Arizona, ai.u designated by tho field notes and 0filcl.1l plat o.i fllo 111 this olllee as lot No. :W, In aid district, slid lot No OS being denrlbed a follows, to wit: llegiunlng at lhe Inith'l monument of the claim ut the cculir thireor. oa the outcioppfugs of the vein, it u pine post 4x1 luchen nifuare, 4i fjet lon;and marked "C. K No. I"; thence noi I hliO 4b west 750 feet to tho iniddla of the noithvve-t end of the 1 lallu 10 a plno post 44 Inches squ'ire, 4"4 feet high and narked "U.K. No. II,' whence 1 lilted Stales Mineral Monument No, I, Cochise Dlslrhrt, bars sonlliW Si west, distant 1711 fiet; theme north 2D li cast 300 feet to northwest corner of claim to a pine post 4xt iucln niqiM". I', feet high, nnd marktd "C K No. Ill", thcuce fouiIi 1.0' If east 1210 feet lo tho w intend or the Highland Mirv mlnlngilaim uoith 2'J U east aud tUfcetfiom its southwest corner, and 15O0 feet to a pine post 4x1 Ine. square. 44 It hlgh,ardmaikd "C.K No.IV; thence soath :'J' 12 wist Vi leet to (he inter siction of tho side lino of the Hlghlnud Mary claim. Lot No, 37. south 10 4 east from lis southwest comer fiet dl-tint, and 300 feet to the tenter of this claim, toaplnepo-t 4x4 Inches square 4h feet lonj and muiki'd "C K. No. V;" thcncesouth29 12 west 3uu leet lothe southeast corner of the claim, to a piti post 4x4 inches square Pt feet long and mraked C. Iv. No. VI;' th-nee north Iff 48 west J.Mr)f,.u to the south- west lorner of the claim, to a pine poi-t lit Inche squcre lit b't long aud marked"' .K.No MI; and tin nee north 23 12 dst 300 feet to minu ment No 1, alnady described. This claim lies about file miles northvve-t of the Southern Pa clficiallroadalDrazoon Summit, Coehl-e count), and on the south slope of a fist hill of the Lime stone mountains. Magnetic variation 12 11 cnt, containing 2011 kcres, outside of thu conillct with the Highland Mary claim, .Vi acres, whlchis not claimed. The location of this mine I j recorded In the recorder's officn or Coihlse county, Arizona, In liooks 7 and Gof mining claims, at panes 31b and 110 reflectively, transcribed records, fficad Joining claimants ai the owners ol the Ttcoon, lliehlnnd Marj. It til side. Republic and lllno Bird claims. Any and all persons clilmiug adversely any portion of said Copper King mine or surtace ground aie required to file their adverse claims with the Register of the United Stales Land Olllce at Tuesou, in Ibc Territory of Arizona, during the sixty davs period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provision of the statute. HENRY COUSINS. Register. It is hercb) ordered that the foregoin ' notice be published lor slxtv davs. ten consecutive weeks. In tho Epitaph, a vveckfy newspaper published at lomnsrone, Arizona, vvuicu paper is nireoyoes Ignattd by mens published nnirest such claim. HENRY COUSIN, Register. First publication April 17, UK AppHontioii So. IK.l for :i l'ntrnt for tlic Silver Cable' I.oilo UN ITED STATES LAND OFFICL', 1 UOON Arizona, April 8, lbtg. Notice Is hireby given that Theodore F. White, Philip Moise, John Wason and William 11 Harrison, whose post office address Is In careT L. Stiles, Tucson, Pima county, Arizona, for purpose of this application, have this day filed tbtlr application for a patent for fifteen btin.lred linear leet of the Sliver Cable mlno or vein In arlng silver and gold, w ith surface ground sic hundred fed in width, situated In lUIUUriliUC JJlllllUn r ruin -wtimj ' .. and I'eiritory of Arizona, aud designated by the ombsiuue Mining D'rtHct couni) or cociiin Held notes a',d official lot number !IJ. In snl imciai tiiaton uie minis oiaceas In said district, said lot No, !U Leinz as follows, to wit: Ueciuuinzat the lnltlil monument of the cialm descrlbid In the notice of location, at a post .'fiet long, 4xi Inches square, set one toot iu the ground, In a monument of stones 2'j feel high, and marked " I. M. S. C. M. C. No 1"; thence run south OS :W wet alone the northerly cud of claim 2C"4 feet to a post S feet long, 4s 1 Inches square, set one foot iu the ground, ilia monument of stones 2'i fiet high, and marked "S C M. O. No ""; "hence south along Iho west Hue ol claim 1500 Icet to southwest corner of claim to poit 5 feet long, 4x1 Inches square, set oue foot in the ground, in 11 mound of stones si, fed I1lt.l1, aud marked "-. C M. C No. 3": thence run north Ca Si. c..-t alon? the southerly end o- claim LOOltctlo southeast comer of claim to post 3 feet long, 1st Indies squaie. sit one foot In the ground. Inn lnoniimmt of stones SP,4 feet high, and marked ' s C M. C. No 4"; thence noilh'.' II west 1474.1 fi.it to a poet Sfett long, 4x4 Inches square, set on foot In the ground, in a monument of stones 21. lut blgn, ond niirked "S. C M. C No 5, vvhenen United Statis Mineral Monument No. 2. on Lucky Cus Hillbcais north 7," 15 ca-t 4W7(i leet distant; aud thence south t a! wcsialon" the northerly end of clotm 213.7 fei-t, to a mist, being post No. 1, the place of beginning. Magnetic variation, II TM i-isl. 1 MalulliLl IU tti-S&res. The location of this mini. Is ifrnnlnl In tlintTrfU. ie'rt' 'lllges III llnm nnd Cneblse roilntles. Arloua. In books and I ofmieis, In said counties respectively, at pages '.'01 and 285 respective! Tho adjoining ilaimants ore the owners ol the Valentine ard Suit iu mining claims. Any end all perous claiming adversely.any por tion of said Sliver Cuble mine, or surfaie grorud are required to fllo their adverse claims with the ltegister of the United States Land Office at Tuc son, lu the lounty ol Piina.Teirltor) of Arizona, duriuglhe6lty da) s period oi publication hreof, or they will b buried, by virtue or the provisions of tin- statute. HENHY COUSINS, lle,'I-ter. It Is hireby ordered that the lorego ing notice of iipplltallun I01 patent be pub lished lor the period or sixty da)s-ten consccntlvc weiks In tho Epitaph, a weekly newspaper published at Toml'slon', ( ochl'i coiini), Arizona, which paper i hi reby ileiguated by mi us published nearest such claim. HENKY COUSINS', Ket'Ister. Solli'P. 10.1.1) KINNEAIt-YOU AHE HEIIEHY notllled that we have expended one hundred doll; inllnn. In 1 ilior nnd lmnioveniellts UDOU the Mu- art mine, ol f,o!d bearing ore, snuaie iiiu.e ios Cabezas Mining District, nliout two miles north east of Eh ell Springs, 111 onh.r to hold said nrem Ises under the pruv It-Ions ol 1 ct lon S.H1 and MiS of the Revised Matutcs of the United States, and the act 01 Congressa, opproved Jauuar) 2d, lbSO, mendatory thereof; said sum belrg the amount required to hold the slid mine lorthe vcarindiiig lb1). Now. If within niiielv da)srro"mlhepublieatlou ol this notice, ) oil fall or rtliii-c to cflutrlbute onr proportion of nidi ex iiciidituie as a co-owner, jour Intirost in said claim will become tho prorerl) ortho i-ubscrllwis under lhe sidliius ol the revised statutes afore mentioned. JOHN mcoiieoo::. WILLIAM FOWLEIt. Dos ( ihins CiHliise Count), A T w .-,.--.-. " ,-- . . , ., ,. Tie (Ire a! H fcPa SI I 5 5 Ni'i'vous Debility, Exhausted Vitality, Spermatoi'rliCL'ii, Kid ncy Complaints and all Urinarv Troubles. 1)K IIENltY. one of the Most able phwlcian of London, sacs: "I have treated upvvardi-jf 40,O0c' 1 mi 1 M.i.vl e "i lii&Al ILI 11 1.- i.i .lliNl Y IPC I (ILES.and presiribiil this remed) ; 1 isebe'iigiriati.l iiicce'slul v; Ic in clcu 1 that an absolute enrols obtain) tl wi'h ci) sfcclac of no 'nslinrc of failure, when utid a dlrrcted " Price $1 per Package, op Packages $5. go:: Iait 1 1th Htrect.'A'ew Vorfc CUSTOM JCSLslLi. "lT nni o Miners ar riTE Boston I Arizona Mi IS PREPARED TO Heceive ami Ti-cat, or Purchase Gold and Silver Ores of all Grades, and in Lots of all Sizes, from 100 Pounds to 10,000 Tons. (ui'lli'n llniiieOr(v'i l Well to .'biinru tl tlu JlHiiucenient llerary) .llakiiisiOllierArruiisonii'iits ftir 4lUInir .UIII ofthn Comnany ttltuntetl at i:nici) C'ity.onWanl'cilro Ittver.TfuiM JIHi-i liclow ChailCHton. ;:.).. JtH'::. Scueial alniiaircr. : V.;oiAT.i:. Superintendent. Dealer hx GEIEBAL MERCHANDISE ALUCN STREET. TOMBSTONE. Job Printing of cvim'V doscription at tlie Epitaph Office First Publication April 24, Application Xo. 1H!. for PaiT Pcnliody 3Iiniiii; Claim. TTNITED STATES L.NI Ol'I'It I., ih J sou, Arizona, April in, l"il Noile- tLuri'lv given that the Russell Oo'rt uin sCr Mlcln. Compai), whoKf p.Mollli.e hddr.'s-is cc.v ot 1 L Sill , 1't.i'Oi , Ailnuj. lies Ik!- day filers nllcatio.i fora futenl t..r 1"10 Jlnea' feet of thi Peibod) talLo or vein, bearing srA", gold and copper, with urfae gro-md to0feei width, sit uatcd lu Cochise Mining Dlsiriit, CjTn.tv ufCo chlsoand'lirriti.rv of Arizona, and desl-listed bv tho field notes ai d official plat on i.'e Iu this ufdee aslor No ."'Jlnealdoittrlct.saldlot Mo SrlLeimtci sciibulas fallows, to wit: HeginL'ngat the ii i tlalinonumint nt the northwest cud of ibe claim. atniot4l luches squsre, 1 feet "J inches loni' markid " P. No. 1 "; thence north K' ea-t ISI feel tolnleisictiou of west Hue or D.lta ilalm.iortb 31 n est Se? feet 'rum Its southeast co. air and 30o feet to northia-t corner of this dalro, to post 4x4 inches square, I feet inches l)ng, and marked " P. No. 2"; thence south 3i cast 440 feet to in tersectlon of Fon'h llueof Delta claim, north bb SO east l.n feet from Its southeast cormr, and 1340 fett to southeast corner of this claim, to a post txliucbes square, I Ret finches long, and marked "P. No. IIP'; th"oco south M nest 300 leet to lhe center of tl c southeast end of claim, toa post 4x1 Indies (Quale, 4 leet J H'che long, marked ' Po-t No. IV"; thrnce south 56 west 400 feet to soutuwest corner 01 mis claim to post 4i4 Inches square, 1 fed !l Inches long, nnd marked P. No. V"; lliiiicT0'tti3l west 1310 feet to the north ii,-i turner in lie claim 10 a post 4x4 ln square, 4 feet 0 laches ioag, and marked "P. VI "; andthcncenorlh50east300fett tothcr Inches . No. of begluuing The l'eubody claim Ilea on the norih slope of a high ridge, about 5 miles north east of tho Southern Pacific Railroad depot at Dragoon Summit. Magnetic variation Lr Jt cat, containing 17 3". ncrc, outside of tho cor.il!, 1 nun nil- iA-iii eioiui, is acre", wnich is not claimed. '1 he location or Ibis mine is recorded in the Recorder's olllce ol Cochise Countv- Alt zona, In books and of Mining lieonitn n pages - and - respettlvely. Ine adjoinln tlatiuautsaro theowneri of the Shoo FlyT Delta Piabody Nu 1, Florence aud Columbia mining claims. ' Any and all persons claiming adversely an) portion ol said Peabody mine, or surface ground are required to file their adverse 'claims wlthibc Registtrof the United States Land Office, Tucson, in Hie 'icrritoiyflf Arizona, during the sixty days' period of publication hereof, or they will be barri-d by virtue t,f the provisions of the statute. ,.. , u "BSJ-V COUSINS, Register. It Is lierehy ordired that the above and forgoing notice be puolished Tor the period of sixty day's (tencou-ccutive wcekijlntne Epitaph, awrek'l) newspaper published at Tombstone, Arizona, whiih paper 1 hereby designated bymc as pub lished nearest such claim. HENRY COUSINS, Register. (First Application April it, lbii. Application o, ISO for a Patent to the Tain U'htinutet' 3:inliiclaliii. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, TUC son, Arizona, April , ltd;-;. Notice is hire by given that the lEusi-ell Gold and Silver Mining CompaLj-, whoso post office address is In care of T. L. Stiles, Tucson, Arizona, has this day filed his application lor a patent for 13M llucar feet of the Tarn O'Shanter mine or vein bearing silver, gold nnd copper, with rmface ground 6U0 feet tn width, situated in Cochise Mining District, Countj of Cochise and! crritory of Arizona, and designated by the field notes aud official plat on fllelu Ibis crllce as Lot No. 41, tn said District. Said I ot No 41 being described as follows, to wit: Ueglnnlng at the Initial monument of the claim at a plue post 4x4 Indies square, 4' feet Ion", and marked ''!'. O. S. No. 1' whence a shalVbears north 2 Xh west 33 Icet distant; thence north 87 41 east 420 feet, to the east cud or the claim tQt f-u - po-i ii mem square, 4'i leet long, and markid "T. O.S. No. 2, whence United Statee Mineral Monument No. 2, Cochi'-e District beats somh 25' 14 west 142 feet distant; thence south 8 5) last, 300 feet to the southeast corner ot claim, ton pine post, 4x4 Inches square. 4i feet long, aad marked "T. O. S. No. 3," whence United states Mlniral Monument No. 2 bears north 27' 51 west 1S5 feet dutant; thence south b7'4l west 1355 feet to the southwest corner ol claim ta a pine post. 1x4 Inches squire, 5 inches loiiEj and maiked " r. O. S. No 4;" tbeuce north north 2' M west 300 leet to west end center of the claim, to a pine po-t, 4x4 inches square, 4V feet high, and marked "T. O. S. No. C," whence United Slates Mineral Monument No. 1, Cochise District bears north 11 16' west about four mllek distant; thenco north 2' 50 west 300 feet to north west corner of the claim to a pine post, 4xlluehe euuare, 4' leet louzand marked "I-. O. S. No. B." thiucu n.irlhb,' 41 last 080 feel to the northeast iiiie nuriu c, - i cast usu reel 10 tue nortneat rnn ir claim, ton plue post, Ixl Inches square. 1 led Ion, ni.d maiked "T. O. s. No. 7: ' anrj nice south. rP 31 east 430 feet tomonument No. cornel 4'. llnnce south 51 31 east 430 feet tomonument No, 2 aire id) described. This claim lies aliout one mile northwest oi the Southern Pacific Railroad de.iot at Dragoon Suuimlt.and upou two small hills eep irated by a flat. Magnetic variation 12 14' east. Containing 17.37 aens. '1 he location of this mine is recorded lu thu Hicorder's Olhec of Cochise Couuty. Arloua. In Book 7. of Mlulmr Claims, ai iiog'i .i.i, jierurus irunscnocu irom ilma vo The adjoining claimants nrcthij.uftluVUy .... 11 jr . ... -, . -p . uaisj, Atlanta an ' Al. -ii-Ll! lTTrsons claimtmr aavprnflr anv nor- tiou of said Tain 0hauttr Mine or surtaco ground pre required to tile their adverse claims with the lti'glsterof the United States Land Office ct 1 ucsou. iu the Terrltor) of Arizona, during the sixt) da.v s period or publication hereof, orthey will be barred 11 virtue ofthe provisions oftheSiatutc. HENHY. COUSINS, Register. Itishinbj ordired that the above notlco be publlshidfor sKtydiys (ten consecutive weeks) In the Epitaph, a weekly newspaper published at Tombstone, Cochise County, Arizona, which is hereby deslmiated by me as the newspaper pub-li-hecl beared to tahl claim. HENHY COUSINS, Register, Xotlcc to Crotlitorn. ELTATE or A. DELOACH, DECEASEl. Notice Is Lerdiy given by the ondersigned Administrator of the estate of A. Deloach, de ceased, to the cn-dltors of, and all persons havin ilalms against the said deciasiil. to exhibit thein! with the necetsiry vouchers, wlthlu four months, after the first publication of this notice, to thi said Adminl-trator at the store of Tasker A. PrM bam, corner of Fifth and Allen street, In Tc-mt ston', H the said county of Cochise. CEOltUE rillDIIAM, Admlnl-tralor of lhe Estate of A. Dclo&cn, d ceaed. Ditcd at Tombstone. March IS ls&i. I'nrtiici'xliip DiKHolutlou. mm: X Cl.a FIRM Or I. ZECKENDOIIF A CO. arlc-ton. A. T.. Is this dar dUaoltrd l.v mutual consent. All liabilities of tho said firm will no pud by hamuel Katzensteii., aud all In debteilni . owing to said firm will be collected by hire. L. ZECKENDORF & CO., SAML. KATZENSTEIN DMed Cl.arlcrton. A. T., January 2t, lBSi. SS"W? PECIFIC! IIDY '4K nine perators. mon a & Eei( rl '