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THE EPITAPH : TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, Saturday, August 6, j887.
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I b vo no m oil of n stately ship,
No fcnr tif n stululv ship,
Iu chosen books I Inko in) trip
With llio kuoiIIIcI inmpnnv ;
Ami vvhtlhtr I ruul of Siiithuru Pkle
Or thn wcnltli ot mi llmtein pint.
I iiiiij'Mo the woiM thiuuiih tin nuthor't
Jlay dwell hi ciiinjfC.coiut.
Thioujrli wonderful 'ketcTi' iiooks that ho-
III! I If
To nn in tlt frlcnil of inlne,
1 Irtit tlio plunHiif ligriul imJ Hon?
So ruinous tilomr llii' lihlnn;
I bit ntho thosplilt of o!il unmmcu
An I fnll tlio rJntthtiii inulii:
I tic ml tl!C"ilnc-lnl Miles or IVimce,
Anil look for my oiistlc i In bpitln.
Thefoiitr of Veiiitlnn irondnllt in,
Afttlio) irulda thcli moonlit bout,
1 seem to jcar, or tlio moiinlulncu '
Tj rol nn echo noti .
1 mnr eo too hcathd'a pin plo plutuw
Ainouir tho bank mill 1mm,
Or wniiiiiriihiri' tlio pilintojo bloouu
Alonx tbo laigllili ways.
I nook tlio Land ot tbo MMnlirht Sun,
(li trw o tbo oiii"0 of thi .Nile;
I Hurt thottilius of U biinon,
Or study Cri to tiwhllo.
Wheiieifi 1 tiro of time ami title,
No muttui how fur 1 roam,
I huo only to lay my book hsIJo
'lo llntl iuj m If tit homo.
Tho world Is wide, nml tlio world 1 fnlr
And huoc-s irooil to fee,
Hut it bout th and home, and f i K nils to slinro,
Aro nil tho world to mo:
And tosljrh In vnlu fin foreign slirhta
Thtro Biircly Is no m id,
As lonjr ns people 111 o to m i Ito,
AaUluiay livoto iiad.
Mr. Jon83 Has an E7jnit.g at Homo.
"Matin," said Mr. .Jones s Ito sat
and enjoy oil an evening tit homo bo
cause lie had no jilaco else to go "it
seems to mo that on a suspicious occa
sion like this" ami he looked fondlr
at her "as if heaven and homo wore
"SiH-onomous'coneoteil Mrs. Jones
taking several pins and a ball of twine
out of her mouth and placing a pate!)
on that part of Willie's pants where it
would do tho most good. "Jophtha,
why don't you lend aloud evening, in
stead of kecplnsr all tho jrood thiii"s to
"Is reading allowed?" itsked Jones,
innocently. "I thought you pieferreil
"Well, I do," snapped Mrs. J., "when
I have somebody to talk, to, which isn't
"I'll read," evelaiineii Jones, hur
riedly reveising tho book he held in
.his hand 'And it camu to pass' "
"cava that lor buiulay," mterrupicd
Mrs. Jones. "Kead some sweet thing
about home, or thu ftieniU; some poet
ry. 1 lovo to hear you lead poetiy,
Jcnhtha," with a sly wink at nobody.
Thus encouraged, Jones, who is an
(amateur elocutionist and has lircd tho
neighborhood with his dramatic read
ings iu time past, till tho neighUns
threatened to lire him, seized a olumo
of poetry and, iu tho voice that mado
"irccdom shriek when Kosciuseo fell,"
tread aloud that touching poem begin
ning: "Which shall It be, which shall It be?
I looked at John-John looked at me."
Thoro was silence which could have
been felt with a tolling-piu when Jnuoj
ceased to read, and wined tho fi im-
tleoks from his iiilliil litis, ntwl "Mntt'i
was in teats.
"I know you've wakened tho boys," i
lw. onl.l .. . , !... !..., ., 1...1 II
.u ouiu, iu .. u.cu null, awuuiltu mitail
and still after his, "and they'll want a
"Ihe children!" mummied Jones, I
with Itxcd eyos, "tho dear, sweet child
ren! M-M-Mntia, do wo 'preeiato these
dear ones as wo ought to?"
"I do," said Mrs. Jone-., shortly, "I
hear them talking now Whole's my
".No, Maria." tetiiriicd Jones, whoso
fioul was molted within him by his ef
torts in tlio lino ot elocution, ""I will
go and seo if the innocent dai lings need
nnything." Ami ho went up staii.s soft
ly, repeating with a Salviui-llossl-13ootb
Which shall It be, which shall It bo?
J looked ut John-Jolm looked tit ir.e."
The "innocent dai lings" heard him
coming, ami desisting from n pillow
fight in which thoy wero engaged, they
buried their heads in tho sheets and
wero instantly sound asleep, looking
like dimpled cherubs, u ith an occa
sional snoto to assoit their illation to
tho human. Jones wiped the salt tears
of lovo and elocution from his eyo,
tnd bent fondly oer them; then ho
crent out and waited a moment iu tho
hall to listen to their gentlo breathing:
suddenly it ceased.
"Is the old man gone?" wero tho
words of Cheiub No. 1, as soon us he
got the sheet out ot his mouth.
"Yes," answered Cherub No. 2, "ho
was a-crylng, Willie. Ain't he a duffer,
"1 11 stiike him for livo cents to-iuoi-row;
see it I don't."
"Oh, he'll bo himself again to-morrow.
Willie; he'll stamp aionnd and bay,
Get out of my way. little imps,' just
as ho alius does. I'dott I take no s.oek
in him, I don't.' "
"Lei's play w i) was pa," suggested
Willie. "Where's them bins? I'll teach
them to toueh myptp'i! I'll tin their
hides for 'em! I'll show 'em who's the
master in this house! '
When Jones rot back to the siititij;
room his face was ted veiy led and
his eyes vv ore 11 vengeful glnie. Jits.
Jones looked uji at him as ho stalked
iu, and asked innoeetitlv
"Switch hhitll it be, s'wileh shall
"Both!" shouted the enraged parent.
"Of ail tho unruly Lntts I over saw 1
do think, Mitt in, "outs aro the worst.
I'll lather them both to-moriow.
Nervooi'nn ICIcpbnnt Hunter.
The coolest thing I ever saw dono in
olonhant shooting was ono day mysolf
and a friend vv ere sitting in Him bunga
low, when a coolie rushed iu nnd in
formed us that thero vvas an elephant
in tho codec. Tho only "battery" wo
had in tho bungalow, w Inch was mere
ly ti wooden shanty run up for tempor
ary shelter at tho now clearing, vvas an
old petetission shotgun, used chiefly
for thing 'Vparrovv hail" at tho legs of
natives caught colluo stealing at night,
and tho only bullets wo had, if I may
bo pardoned tho "bull," wero small
shot with a fow swan shot mi.xed.
Therp was, how ever, n bullet mould
which fitted tho gun, so wo set to woik
and cast j?omo lough bullets, ns wo
xero detet mined to havo a shot at tho
elephant ov'cn if it was with .1 pistol.
Our next proceeding vvas to toss up
who should havo tho .shot, and it fell to
aiy friend J.
When wo went out it vvas found that
the elephant was not in Iho toffee, but
on a sttip of "patna," or gra". ulong
sidi' of it. J. accordingly went dowu
to tho tournament, while I Mood at .1
safo distanco to cheer on tho kuitrht.
A hen J. got on tho "patna, ho saw
that tho brute he was going against '
,jis evidently a "roijuo" ot tho worst
description, as ho began to trumpet
very loud. This is tho first thing a
"rontio" does. I suppose ho thinks he
will pnt tho fear of (loath in tho hunter.
Tho next part of tho show is for Jumbo
to charge right down on you, still
tiumpcting and waving his trunk until
ho comes within about twenty yards,
when down goes tho tiunk, and at tho
same time, ho lowers his head. This is
the time to lire, and tho only place you
have any chanco of bunging him down
by hitting is a small ol space just
nbovo tho trunk. This is a Mt.il spot,
and if you hit this it is sin o death to tlio
elephant. J. was an old hunter, so ho
calmly awaited Mr. Jumbo's apptoach.
Just at tho light moment up went his
gun to his shoulder, and I awaited
bteathlossly to seo tho Hash and behold
the loquo fall. Hut no Hash came, and
piosontly I saw J. 1 tinning backward
facing tlio elephant, and evidently feel
ing in his pocket for something. " Tho
explanation was now easy-, the Infernal
percussion cap had misled l'uo! Luck
ily ho had another, and in a, moment,
just as the elephant was upon him, I
saw his gnu again go up. Thcro was a
Hush, then a lcpolt, and down tumbled
tho huge beast just at J.'s feet; in fact,
so close was ho that ho hid to jump
aside lo proent tho body falling on
him. 'I hero aro fow men I know of,
and I have met a few men of nerve iu
my time, that would havo tho coolness
to run backward in faeo ot a charging
elephant, remove tho old cap aud feel
in his pocket for a now oue, and then
kill his quarry. I know of nothing
more inclined to mnko ono inn tho first
time of trinr than to
wait ou an elo-
pliant which is charging,
but a better
bplrit comes oeryou ttnil ou shoot
without a tieiuor. American Field.
w"hy fil i Oould Not Entertain Ac i'ro
position of Marriaga.
A few dayssinco a ladv iitcd out
town, says tho Walton, Georgia Ncics,
and soon a young gallant of the place
called to seo her, ond is often tho case,
fell blindly in love at liist sight. Tho
ladv eeemed to bo of tho samo mind,
and an engagement followed. After tho
lady returned homo tho following letter
was written by tho j oung man:
. Moniiok, Gn., Oct. .1, 1833.
Miss : It has been only afow hours slnco
I was with you, but It really seo ns n ) car. 1
amnions way of from tou, but mj mind is
with jou all tho time. You aio tho tubjict of
my dally thoughts and mtdniRbtdii 111113 binco
oulitt Iheatd that jou was a mm ilcd ladj
Icamiotand wllluotbtlIoolt You ptomlsid
mo jou would mairy me, and I am mnklngmy
arrangements to como niter jou. Tell join
parent about It. I will bo down nejt week.
Xbiukofrao, You own, .
To this missive tho lady replied as fol
lows: W , Oct. C, 18SJ.
Ujt - : your letter receded and e.ircfully
read, I nm certainly alio you an apo'iiuy. I am
sorrylfIoer caused 11 t-lnu-lo ihiijt to plcice
jour noble breast, but I leally thoimht jou
wero better posted 1 1 ai 0 been mart led govt
eral years: haoa husband now liilnjj, who
tends bis kindest regards to j on, hud fi j-stl.it
If evcrlu lifo ho nhouM nu 1 1 up with jour
wife ho will thow her tho sumo kind faiord
you tavosaowu me, with Intel 1 st. While my
husound ll08 1 cannot cutirtnlu nn- pioposl
tlor. liom jou, but after ho dk coma Uonn
mm? T70 will dNcusj tlif matter.
Your film I, Una.
It is not aihis tile, as a general thins,
fur f. tnieu bin ond Hie teicli of nickk
factoiies to grow eucumuei. The
fuia'ier tho 1 iieiimber-i, tlio higlici tlio
tmcc hv the thousand. For mii-iII onei.
tho .ickiu; should bo made eerv day,
or at least oery other dn, and (liei
vlioii.il bo dclneied at the faetoti eoi
iewi'is. r befoio the beeuiiii! d..
i1iimiI. l'lioiowho iuiu phiiited ou
i.iiin'rt'ts in localities w'heio they cat,
not iradih dispose ot tlui, must either
ait ihe product them-ehes, or loo the
uto). In tlio faeiotie? the cucumbers
arc .-alted in largo M-, bin on tli
im.1 I M"th this must be ilono m bar
tels. 'W It -.kv or alcohol batrols arc
the In si. and w hero it requites the pick
ings of si vera 1 dins to till a batrol, a
iMioilen lollower "must he provided.
Take out one nead of the bail el, place
in the 'iieiiiiiber,piiiikliiigrilt a'Mong
thtm. place on tho follower, with a
heavy siono upon it, and add sufficient
water to cover the cucumbers. Add
each days' p'okings with more s tit, ami
.1-11 mote water, if needed, until the
baiivl is full, when it is to bo headed
up. Half a lmshol of tho best daiiv
iajt is needed to eaeli bnnel, and i
this quantity has not been used as tho
juciuitbers wero laid in, i.dd thu re
mainder befoio heading up. 'iwu
points must bo observed: in gathctinv
tho rueuiubers, cut them so as to leave
tho stem attached, and use only salt ol
known purity. It putting down thocu
iHimliers. count them, as thoy are sold
by tho thousand. S ilted in this man
tier, and pi oporly headed up, with tight
bung--, cucumbers will keep a long
lime, but they will bo leadv for tho
p'cklo maker, that is, will bo salted
through, iu about thiity days. Tho
siivtiler the cucumbers, tho greater thfl
number that a barrel will hold. Do
not mix largo and snyiH in tho same
battel, but hare tho siae uniform all
through. Pickled in this niintier, cu
cumbers will keep and can bo trans
potted; and if no sale is to bo found
wiav homo, thoy can bo sent to factories
st a lonir dhiaiieo. Am-i'kan Ann'
A SToum IHrl'a Bed-Room.
A J oung girl's bed-ioom may bo fur
tilshed daintily and iu cviiuisitu tasto at
a small expense. Tho chief outlay will
bo for a bedstead. This cannot bo con
structed out of a pino board nnd bits o)
muslin, though many other things may
bo; but a handsome 'painted bedstead ol
bluo and vvhiti) is tho tirst requirement
for this room. Tlio iloor may bo eov or
etl witli plain white matting, or ot blue
and vv bite plaid, v. ith a boft rug at tho
sido of the bed; a drcssing-easo of white
wood, covered with white bileslu mid
muslin, can be mado next, and a white,
wood washstand is also needed. This,
like tho dieting tablo, should havo the
under part cnthclyconccalcdby breadths
of the biloiia and muslin. They should
bo galhcted slightly at the top, so thai
they will fall in graceful folds. The
curtains should bo of tho intisliu, drap.
cd.and tho bed-spicad and pillow coven
of the muslin over silesbi 11U0. Tho
hed-spiead should of eouisc lie smooth
ly over tho bed, and bo tucked in at tho
end and sides, unlike tho lseo ones,
whieli hangover. The muslin of the
pillow covets may bo shiried at the top
aiivl bottom, if you like tho full look tho
wuiTiiig gives; tney need, in tins case,
no ulo. .ind iu f let when put over tlio
Bilesi 1 plainly, do not tiim them with
lace, unless you add this adornment to
ihe eiu tains, but iiuish with a plain Jim.
With tho xaiious hilling ornaments a
young gill gatheis about bet, tho rvoiii
will li-ceivo anything it may need in
color to Inifihten it. A room'soprettilv
furnished may bo a irnl help to a giri,
It will not bo easy for her lo cultivate
disculeily habits thete, for the elicit
she has worked to create would bo eu-
tjriiv maned. It nny
thought, but of thi; vv
holp her to calta
0 cannot ba iw-
A MILE A MINUTE.
fiailroad Train3 Which Have Becoma Mar
veh of Spe:d.
Cy far the most impottant element In
tho comfort of tho traveler is the rate of
continuous speed attained by a railroad
train. Tho high tato of the accoinmoda
tion train does not offset tho woiry and
fret of tho frequent stops, and a long
run without getting over much ground
U an nnnoyaneo almost as oricvous as
being side-tracked in tho btoiling sun on
a hot summer's day to wait for a belaid
fieiglit liain or an aggtavating cour
sion which blocks the way. England,
as it leecnt 0 ay by Mr. A. L. Koch
shows, surpasses us both in the number
and speed of its last tiains, but Ger
maiiv, though only a liltlo behind, can
haidly claim any supeiioiitv over this
country iu tho matter ot "fast trains
Tho fastest train iu the world for some
J cats, and it probably is so still, though
lis lime has been s-miewhat reduced, is
"Tho Tilling Dutehnnn," which used
to cover tho distance between London
and Hristol, 118 miles, in two hours.
Goini'iny follows with a Haiti fiom Her
Jin to Hanover, which inns 152i miles
in tlueo houisand folly eight minutes,
which is at tho rate of 51.7 miles an
Tho palm for speed in this country is
losely contested by tho two companies
performing tho service between Phila
delphia and New Yoik. During tho
Centennial two hours and a hall was
iho shot test timo known between New
01 k and Philadelphia. Since then tvv o
hour tfiitis havo become ficqttent upon
the time-table, and tho competition as
to w Inch road should make that timo
tho of tener has been tcty shaip. Ac
cording to the- schedule, tho train leav
ing Jersey Citv bv tho Pennsylvania at
1:08 P- M. runs at tho rate of 47.8 miles
nu hum, while that on the Hound Btook
route 111ns at tho i.tto of 47.7, but has a
mile less distanco toiun and less popu
lous tow lis to tt.tversp. It is difficult lo
say vvliii,., oest deserves the palm for
fast lime. For long distanco tho New
Yoik mid Chicago limited is without a
tival in the world, making, as it does,
913 miles in twenty-five hours. The
fastest long-distance tiain, and tho fast
is t train for any distance of moie than
ifty miles, is the express on the Oilcans
ino lietvv eon Pai is and llordedu-c, w Inch
runs 359 miles in nino liouis and ten
minutes, 01 thirty-nine iriles an hour.
The elements entciing into tho shott
eninsr of timo between two distances aro
uatiy and they increase tapidly, even
2ut of propoition to tho gain in the
speed. Kcentional 1 mis have been
made on nearly every railway in tho
country, and theto aie Saw ihst-class
roads over which a p isscnger coach has
not been hauled at the rate of a mile a
minute. Mr. Vandeibilt has often
traveled .no liundrDil miles in ono bun
dled minutes, and an engine has drawn
a single coach betw ecu Philadelphia and
Now York in ninety live minutes. The
1:08 Haiti previously spoken of always
runs some paits ot the distance at a ra'to
of mote than a milo a minute, aud its
easiest 11111 is fiom New lirunswick to
Tienton twentv-live miles in twentv
siv minutes amf a h tlf. The speed'is
only possible, however, with a heavy
engine, heavy steel rails, a solid road
bed, a compilative' y liirlif tiain. slip-lit
grades, and casv cm ves. All of thesa
elements havo theirfoiee, and how great
force will bo better uniletstood when it
is known that tho impiovenicnts now
making oa the Pennsylvania will enable
thocomniny to shoilon the time be
tween Is ev Yoik and Philadelphia ten
to fifteen minutes, without any faster
running ;han is done on many long
stretches now. The straightening ot
tho ttacii and tho moving ot the bndgo
acio-i., tho Passaic and the finishing of
the I tst rut thtotigh lSergen liill wiU
save font minutes iu the eight miles fe
ivveen Nevv.uk and New Yoik, and tri3
reducing of tho giado and sinking of
track through the noithetn part of
Phil.idolphi 1 will help almost as much
moto. When tho work is completed
"to Now York in one hundied minutes"
will bo -i teality rather than a possibU
ity. I hilailcljihia 1'iesi.
"My iio, slid a genial faced old
gentleman to his twelve-year-old ptidc
is they stood on tho ctossing aw titing
tho trnval of a homeward bound oil
JJo von seo tho youmr man on tho
corner over tlieie, restiit" Ins anilomv
against a wooden linage of tho defuue't
roealiontas and his eyes upon ever?
woman and y oniig gitl that passiM bv ?"
"You do! well, tiko a good look" at
him my voHiig fellow, lor, if I ever
catch you doing likewise, it will bo my
painful duly to disown you, which
would brim: souow to vourVid father's
heart; but I' ' do it."
"Who is that man, pip'i, and what
does ho do that you speak ot him so?"
"That, my sou, is a piimo specimen
of a creituro thoy call a "masher,''
and you'll lind them in scoics hero
about every day when the sun is out
Thoy dress in tho finest taiment, fash
lonibly cut, wear tooth-pick shoes,
clutch-me-quick pints and aro gener
ally seen smoking those brain stupifiers
known as eigaietto-; haviug no vKible
moans of Mippmt, and seemingly nc
other occupation than that ot posing
poacock-liko on tho street cornets og
ling women and glaring thorn out ol
countenance. Thoy aro tho woist pesti
lential nmsinces that society harbors,
dis;iaulug not only themselvoi, but
their piients, who" brought them up
and endeavored lo school them in the
way they should sro. Their efforts to
educnto them up to good principles of
cotuluct, and a standaid of manliness
that comm-mds tespect however, havo
pioven a failuro, 'loves labor lot," :if
"Hut, father." said tho rioing youth,
"I'll never bo like them."
"I hopo for heaven's Sako you novel
will! It I thought my solo lunniiilDg
joy would join tho brainless, sonsoless
broth;; hood, I'd go around to an under
taker litis veiy night, aud oidcraeofllii
in advance. Yon my son, take to
hcatt Uiose few tematks I've mado on
the mashers, and may you glow up to
ho a manly fellow, "impiovlng your
ilium, cultivating iiram aim common
souse Go very liltlo into what is
known as fashionable society, whoro thu
standard of i.'cogiiiUoit aope.us to bo
cuenbaoks, instead of ohai.teler tint
teal worth that it should he. From
heio trr.uluates tlio largest majoiity of
ini-lurs, loulir bhckguaids that thev
aio No my b.i don't blossom forth
is v m is'ier fm I'd much rather seo
ot dowu at Juiiot breaking looks for
(no Slate. Hi to comes an Indiana
.iveiiuu tar at last, catoli on and think
over what t'vo luvn talking to
nboui, and hoed the ttdvico
if a minor has not complied with ato
the requirements of law his claim (o
mine) can, on the .second Now Year's
day following tho date of location, lie
10-located by himself or others, who
maybe on tho ground befoio him.
The Salt Lake Wi ibune notes sev oral
Incidents, more or less ludicrous, of
tho kind indicated.
A person stuck up notices on a claim
near a cabin in which llueo men vvoie
sleeping, awaiting early morning to lo
cate it. The locator, after securing tho
claim, thoughtfully woke tho boys to
toll them they neoiln't get up so early,
as inu ciaim was loeiieu.
One iui tv on a location. 1, nu ..,..!
It .....:iio '1 y- ------ --
11. uiiui i- u cuic-h, -siooii two oiners on
mini mm nouron 111s rigiils as owner.
At exactly 12, ho put his notice in tho
split-stukes, and sang V2 o'clock bcloio
theothots who had no watch, knew
what timo it was, and then diove off.
A piospector stai ' vd out w ith his no
ticowiitten and in his pocket. lie lost
them on the way, seven mill"? from
town, had no pencil or piper, and te
tiuned home, while another man located
There was a liltlo episode in Quig
loy's Gulch, wherein tluee bad parlneis
had made it up to lelocato themselves
m a claim and leave out tho fourth
pailner.. Tho latter had previously
been warned against coming uiion tlio
claim that night, and vv as told by a
friend that his partners wero going to
relocate it all to themselves; so ho"so
iiitcd a rifle, and after the three bad
oiutners had gone up to the mine, he
ji.iwlcdup ou the shady sido of tho
gulch to a cabin below tho claim about
10( j at ds and theio watched. At 11:45
his pai tners stinted up to stako tho
ground, wheicupon, with afeatful yell,
he turned loo-o with his gun, and could
seo the ci listed snow ily at .-very pop
just over his pai titers' heads. They
heaid the bullets humming so nea"t
their ears that a panic seied them and
they fled for tow n. As soon as thej
wcio out of sight he quietly walked up
and located it all to himself, and left
his bad pai tners out in the cold.
John Cuitin, with his pattuer, went
to re-locate a claim up on Sugar Loaf
Peak, the highest tango or diviiW be
tween Deer Creek and Bullion. la
trying to stop too long a pace to set
his end stake lo the top of the peak at
some cropping, his big-soled boot
slipped upon the snow 01 ust which, by
constant exposure to the sun in tho day
time, melted and again froze in tha
shade until it was a sheet of ico down
tho mountain side and very precipitous.
John went head first, following his hat
to the bottom. 500 feet, and lit on a big
snow-.ltift. His clothes were torn anu
his finger nails worn off by clutching at
tho crust. Getting up to e if he was
all theio, ho heaulhis partner calling,
and hallowing back. Hi pai tuer shout
ed: "What x or doinir down there?'
and John was so mad he answered:
"Was getting so cold, I came down nf
ter wood." In fifteen minutes ho lit .1
tiro in the giove ho arrived at so sud
denly, and was joined by his partnei
thiity minutes later, who was exhaust
ed. John concluded that tho joke was
on his pattuer after all.
A well-known Bullion miner r'VSjcd
Mike Hy ties had told all the town ho
had sev eial tich locations to jump be
tween the noted mines. Before C"Pt
mas day he had a draughtsman aim ex
port to draw oft his notices ami put
each ono in a boc on the claims he in
intended jumping. Being a little be
hind timo on Now 1 ear s ev e, he wit
coming up the gulch to tack up his box
es, and the first squaie xiew lie got of
his intended claims was one calculated
to make his hair stand ou end as sitting
on each end of the seven claims and up"
on each of tho sev en boxes w as a man,
and each man had a Winchester ic
peating lille pointed at Mike, who was
o amazed that ho passed by each one!
Kioiely reni'iiking "Good evening,
Happy New Year!" And ho didn't
feel very well until he got to .1 snlooa
t Bullion, wheie he braced up i.nd 10
miked that he guessed he hadn't lost
nx mines.and ho wouldn't give $5 for all
fan ,! fctmie to jump.
It is slid tint Ihe quitclaims mule by
Ucavis to numerous citizens of Phenix 1
fcv.- years af,o are now worthless At the
time Keavis made these quittltims he
claimed the lands 111 his own name, but
now the "Iiaroness of Colorado ' is the
clainnnt, and Reavis simply an orna
mental appendage. Citizens of Phenix
should see to this, and present Reavis
with an alternative.
Notice of Forfeiture.
To John M. Co'hns You are hereby noti
fied that the undersigned ha! expended, dur
ing the year ending December 31, 18S6, one
hundred doll lis. m the performance ol the an
nual hbor upon the Queen of tl.e Hill mine,
situitcd in the 1 urquois mining district, county
of Cochise, Territory of Aruon 1, in order to
hold the same, as required by Section 2,324 of
the Revised Statues of the United States, and
y ur proportion of the amount so expended and
due 10 the undersigned is fifty dollars, and if
you, your heirs or assigns, fail or refuse to con-
iriuuieyour proportion of the sum expended,
within ninety diys after the pqbl.catlan of this
notice, your interest in the said 'II.e Queen of
the Hill mine v.ill become the property of your
co-owners, the undersigned, who have made such
cxpenhture. JOHN McMAHON.
Dited Tombstone, January 15, 1887
JTotice of Forfeiture.
To R. P. Mansfield, you are heieby notified
tint the undersigni d his expended iljring the
year ending December 31, 1886, one hundred
(Sroo) dollars in the performance of the annual
hbor upon the Southern Cross mine, situated in
the tombstone Mining district, Cochise county,
lemtory of Arizona, in order to hold the sune
as required by Section 234 of the Revised
Statutes nf the United Stijes, and your pippor
tion of ihe amount o espended and due to the
undersigned is fifty ($50) dolhrs, ?nd If you or
your neirs or assigns 1111 or reuise to contribute
ycr proportion of the sum expended within
ninety davs after the publication, of this notice,
yoar Inteiot In the said Southern Cioss mine
will become the propel ty df the undersigned,
who has nude such ependitLre,
Dated Tombstope, Jan. S4, 181J7.
Notice of Forfeiture,
ToS S. Mullwrrv. vim are her.hv nntifi1
lint the undersigned h is cvpended one hundred
($100) dollars dining the ytais 1883-1884-1885
and 1880 in the peiformincc of the anniiil hbor
upon the Rodiinn-Mignate, and Vanguard
miring claims, situated in the 1 onibstone Min
nig district, Cochise county, Arizona Territory,
111 o de to hold the same as tequlrtd by Section
23?-, R -vised Stitutes jf the United States
an yoir pioportion of sud sum so expended
rndau'tothe undersigned is onc-MMh of the
amount so expended on each of the above men
tloncd cliniis, and if youyfur heirs or ..ssigns
ful or rcfire to contribute your proportion of the
um expended within ninety days after the
publication of thi? notice, your interest 111 the
sud mines will become the pioperty of the
undersigned, who lias made such expenditure
Tombstone, Teb I, 1887.
First PnUicition, May 12, 1887
Not,, r Application for I'.s. Talent to the
sliver Itrlt Ulnliis llu!m-.o. 4GT.
u. s. t and omen, i
Tucsbv, Anzoni, Miy 10, 1887 J
Notice Is terc'iy guen tint Thornis Ogden,
of'Ioiubstc ie, ecclusj couniy, Aruoni, has hid
filed in application for patent to ioo lincral
feet of the Silver Kelt vein, lode or deposit, bear
ing silver and gold, with suif ice ground 600 feet
in width, s timed in To iibstona mining district,
Cochise county, Arizona, more pirliLularlj de
scribed 111 the fie'd notes ir.d pht of tlie ottiV.al
survey No 79 on file in this oltue, nnd deij.
nited as lot No 1S6, as follows, to wit.
IJeginiiin.u the initial monument of stone
i 1 '1Q- '" ,ocatlon nPv at :l P S "
j "s s- ins sijr, ni a mount! 01 eirui and stone
marked I l iulvcr Iljlt No 1 thence
1. 1. ..- . ... ...,..
nn. S in- in'
- jy 11 ma posi 5 1-2 it 10113, 4 lns c(lr. set inn
hi und of earlh ind s one. in irked S 15 M (' No
2. fi'.m which Us M M No 1 bevs b 29o5'W
M1 i distart, corner to bees 1 and 2, north
bour.Juyoflp20, S K 23 U, bears N 4' 03'
w7558ll dst tut, a shaft t6 and 19I ftd-ep
bears N 20' It 158 ft distant, and shaft 4x6 ft and
14 I' 'Icep belts N 19 I." no fi iltslmt; thence
N 74 3r' W 14 1 4 to the old loitio'i monu-in-lit
150 ft to a ft cut, 3 ft to the right, 179
ft to W end of cut. 8 ft to the right. 287 ft to a
wash draining NW anl30oltto snnll monu
ment of stones upon sast line of Emmre M (
it being also the NV cor of tho hihr Tlnead
and the SW cor of the. Silier Belt, to a post
51-511 long, 4 ins sqs, in mound ofstor..-,
nurked S B M C N03, from hich.i44in post
marked i; M C No 2 bears S I70 24' V 27! ft
distant; tnence N I7a24'i: 33 ft to a vi ash J
draining N W, 374 ft to intersection of outh I
line 01 joniDaioiic lownsite, which bears S67"
12' E 455 ft, and 95 ft to the right a sh ift
4x4 and 30 it deep, 527 ft to a sma ivsh
draining west, 882 ft to a 44 post marked li
M C No 3 and 1500 ft to NW cor post $X ft
long, 4 ins sqr, 111 i mound of earth and
stones, nurked SBMC No 1, from which U
S M M No 1 bears h 22 48' W 517 ft dist,
and a shaft 4 ( and 35 ft deep bears & 460 33'
E, 112 5 ft dist nit; thence S 74" 36' E 213 ft tt
wash draining north, and 300 It to north eno
center post, $14 ft long, 4 ins sqr, 111 a mound
of earth and stones, marked t B M C No 5;
thence S 740 56' U 300 ft to NE cor post, 5 1-2
ft long, 4 ins sqr, in mound of eirth and itor.es,
nnrked SBMC No 6; thence S 230 23' W
1201 ft to intersection of south line of tomb
stone townsne, bearing i 67 12 E and 1513 it
.n sune course to SL cor post, 5 1-2 ft long, 4
ns sqr. in a mound of stones, m irktd r U .X'.
C No 7; thence N 740 36' W 38 ft acio.s Sir
cor of shaft 4x6 and 60 It deep, 98 6 ft and 5 ft
to the right, to 1 shift 4x6 and 13 ft deep, and
141. 2 It to post No 2 and place of beginning
the extension survey of claim. Varnuon, n
43' E; containing 17.90 acres.
Slid chim is situated east of the town of
Tombstone and is bounded on the south by the
.nnc-i i nrciu .w c, on me norm ny ihe Huron
M C, and on the eist by the North Point M C.
.nl c ...l a! -.I..-I...- i .1. . rr.. .
imuawuviimi uuuciiiesii ueiruon 01 me ionic -
stone tovvni-itc; the same being duly recorded in
uu omce or iiiev-eunty necorderat Ion bstor.e,
Cochise county Arizona, as shown by certified
abstract 01 title en hie in llus oflic".
An and all persoas clumirg adverse'ythe
whole or any portion cf slid S.Ivcr Belt mining
chim arc required to fi'e their adverse claims in
this office during the 60 days' period of publica
tion hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of
the provisions of the statute.
It is hereby ordered that the foregoing notice
be published for sixty daps in tl r Tombstone
Epitaph, a daily newspaper published inTomb
stonc, Cochise county, Anzoni, by me desig
nated as the piper published nearest to said
chim. C. E. DA1LUY. Register
Hrst publication March 30, 18S7.J
Xotiec of lpiilliallon rur t,'. ;. t'alcnt to
llii- Mot nliis "lar Mining I.1I111 Xo li,'l.
United Statls Land Orncr, )
Tucson, Anzona, March 28, 1887. (
Notice 13 hereby given tnat the Morning Star
Consolidated Mining Company, by B L Peel,
ittorney 111 fact, of 'lombstonc, Cochise county,
Arizona, has miiJe application for latent to
1420 linear feet of the Morning Star vein, lode
or deposit beinng slier am' gold with surface
ground 600 feet m width, situated in Tombstone
Min.ng Dismct, Cochise county, Arizona, more
pirliuihrly descnbed in the field notes and pht
of the ofhuil survey, design ited as lot No 188,
as 10 lows to-wit:
Beginning at the iniuil monument described
in location notice at a potl 5 feet long 4 inches
'quire in a n.oand of stones nurked I. M.
Moring Stir M. C. No t, from which U S.
M. M No 1 bears N. 420 2&' V. .-867 feet dis
tant, the ( section cornei between sections 13
and 18 east boundary toTp2oS it 22 U bcir
irgS 84 6' i; 8167 fe t distint, an incline
shift (dips cisl) 4x6 Icet and no fctt deep bears
S. 3o' L 15 feit dislmt and an incline shift
4v6 feet and 20 feet deep bears N. 210 56' E 61 ,
feet dit mcc; thence S 21 56' W. 420 feet to
wash draining N,V. and 700 feet to the S V.
end center post 5 feet long 1 inches squire in a
mound of stones and earlh nnrked M. S. M.C.
No 2, thence N. 68 04' W. 62 feet to intci-
Sf-iuoii of north line of Wide West M. C. lot
No 180 at a point N. 84 20' L" oo fctt from
N.W. corner post marked V. W. M. C. No 3
mil continuing on same course 300 feet to S YvC
cornn posl of clauu S fet long and 4 inches
squaie in mound of stones nnrked M & M C".
No, 3, thence N. 21" 56' K 1420 feet to N.W
corner post 5 feet long 4 inches square in mound
01 earth and stones iu irked .M. S VI. c. No 4,
thence S 68" 04' L. 60 to ore 10 id from
Lmenld mine 250 feet to wish draining north
easterly and 300 feet lo NU end center post
5 feet long 4 inches squire in a nionnd of stones
and earth marked M. S M. C. No 5 and on
same coarse 600 feet to N.L corner lost 5 feet
long 4 inches squire in a mound of earth and
stone mirked M. S. M. C. No 6; thence S 210
56' W. 1228 fctt to intersection of north line of
Wide West M. C. 1322 feet lo a wash draining
northerly and 1420 feet to S L corner post 5
feet long 4 inches square in a mound of stones
and earth nnrked M. S M. C. Vo. 7 from
which the initial monument of the Wide West
M. C. S 180 20' i: 135 feet distant; thence N.
63a oi1 W. 300 feet toS W. end center posl No.
2 an pi ice of beginning of eUenor suivcy ol
claim; virnuon 1143' L; area 19 559 acres less
conflict with the Wide West .797 acre, net are 1
18 762 acres. Sud mining claim buns duly
recorded in the ortice of the County Recorder at
Tombstone-, octuse county, Anzoni, as shown
bv certified abstract of title on file in this oflice.
Any and. all persons chiming adversely 'the
whole or any portion of sud mining chim are
requested to present their adverse claims in this
oflice during tl e sivty diys penod of Ihe pub
'ication hereof, or they will be birred by virtue
of the provisions of the statute.
It is hereby oidered tint the loregoing notice
be published for the period of sixty day s in the
Tombstone Li'iTVi'H, a daily newspaper pub
lished it Tonibsione, Cochise county, by me
designited as the paper published ntarest to
said claim. C. E. DAlLhV,
To when it miy concent' Notice is hereby
given that I vill sell nt public auction to the
highest bidder for cash, on Monday the 181I1
diy of April, 1887, at the hour of one o'clock
p. ni. 111 front of the court house in Tombstone,
Cochise county, Arizona Territory, tl.e following
desmoid real eslite situated in DosCabezis
MininiJ Diwtriit, uociuse county, Arizoin 'ler
ntory, and more pirticuhrly described a, the
Old Mm mine and the Old Woman untie, be
in.; the continuition of the suae ledge, aMd
each chim being fifteen hundred feci in length
by six hundred feet in w;dtl., also the Plulidcl
plin nulling claim, being 090 teet in length by
six hundred feet 111 width, also the Ioruido
mining claim, ling 1500 feet in length by 600
in width; also the Asliby mining claim, being
1500 feet In length by 000 in width; also the
I irst Chance mining chim, being 1500 feet in
length bv 000 m width; also the Hidden
'lreisure mine, being 1300 feet 111 length by
600 feet in width, also one itnlUite on which is
built a len-stimp null adjoining the tovnsile
of Dos Cabezisjuko one house of five rooms,
and lot on which the sune Is situiicd, it being
in the tovvnsite of Dos Cabezis, together with
all ati.i singulir me improvements and appurte
nances upon any pait of the above described
premises, Uto. U. BrRUY,
TonibstoiiH, March 28, 1887
G. W. SWAIN,"
Attoniey-at-Lavv and Notary Public
Ofllct-t ll.t rim rlli Street.
In the District Court of the First fud.cil
District, of the 'territory of Arizona, in ami for
the County of Cochise. J. 1". John on, pluntiT,
vs. 1 ordyce Roper, dclendant Action brought
in the District Court of the 1 irstji.dicul Distoct
of the territory of Arizona, in anlforthe
Cour.ty of Cochise, and the complaint hied in
the sud County of Cochise, 1.1 the cfl ice of the
Clerk of said District Court. The 1 erntiry of
Anion 1 sends greeting to Iord)ce Kopcr
defeident. You are heicby required to appjar
in in action brought ngiuisi ou b theabov
named phmtiff, in the Di-.nct cout of the
rirsi jjuiciu i;i,inct of the I'crrtory of
Anzoni, in and for the Cunt) of Cochise, and
to answer the complaint filed therein, within
twent) dis, (exilusive of the chv of service),
after the service on you ol this summons (if
served within this county, or if served out of
this county, but m this district, within thirty
diys, otherwise within forty dis), orjudgmenl
by dcfiult will betaken agnnst ou according
to the prayer of sud complaint. The said
action is b.-o ght to recover from vou ti.etum
ofihres hundred and twelve and fifty ($31250)
dolhr , paid out and expended for your use
and licneht at ) our special inst mce and request
onor about Tcbruiry 9th, 18S2, together with
interest thereof to ditr. And you are hereby
notified tint if jou fail to appear jnd inswer
thesaid comphint, asaliove required, the said
plaintiff will tike judgment by defiult as prayed
for in said comphint.
Given under mv band .ind snl nf t1i n, .,..
Couit of the I irst Judicial District of the Ter
ritory of Anzon 1. in and fcr the Coanty of
Cochise, this 2Cth day of April, in the year of
our Lord one thoiisind eight liundrcd and
tCjhtj-seven B. A. I ICKAS
r , Byf.J. PA-HON,
Is' ' Depa;y Clerk.
Joseph rloefler vs. Gi-orge Ri.tlcdge. Order
of sale and dtcae of fareclosure and sile.
Uuder and b v !rtue of an order of s lie and
decree of forelcure ind sale, is5ud out of the
District Court of the 1'irst Judual Distnc,
of the Territory of nzem, on the !8th diy of
May 1887, in the ac ve entitled pction, wherein
lo.eph Hoellcr. the above named plaintiff,
oU lined a judgment and degree ol foreclosure
and Mle against Geo-tt F. jtledge, defendant,
on the 181I1 day of May, A. D. I837, for the sum
of two thousand dolhrs ($2000! lsw'ul money of
the United States, besides 1 nte-est, cost and
counsel's fees, four hundred and five dollars and
fi ty-five cents ($405 55) I am conm-aiuled to
sell all the certain lot, pieco or pi ict.i of land,
smiatc, lying and being in lit vount) ol
Coc!ue, Teiri'ory of Arizona, nnd bounded ?nd
described as foll"w: The undivided ope femili
interest of the vitlun George Riitlcci,t in the
1 nnity mine, situate, lying and being in the
Tombstone Mining District, Cochise Cour-
Arizona Territory, and bounded and paiucu-
l....... t ..... .1 1 ..... . t. -. .
I hr'y descnbed as lollows to-wit: Bounded on
t th nnrtl. hv .! UeneL. .. - .u .
' --".-.-' . i.mj.u,i. tunic, vu me easi
I by the Alps mine, ou the south by the Mizzen
lop mine, together vv ith alt and
singuhr tcne -
ments, hereditaments ard apj mtcninces (I ere
mto belonging or in anywise appertaining.
Public notice is hereby given that on SATUR
DAY, THE i8-h DAY OF JUNE, A. D, 18?
betwtcn the hours of 9 a. m. and 4 p. in. rf tha.
day, in front of the Court House door ot the
County of Cochise, I will, 1 1 obedience to said
order of sale, sell the above described property
or so much thereof as miy be necessary to
satisfy sud judgtntnt, with interest anil costs,
etc, to the highest and b-st bidder for lawful
money of the United States.
Dated Mav 25th, A. D. 1887.
J. H. SLAUGH PER, Sheriff,
By E. A. SHATTUCK, Under Shen.f.
In the Justice's Coi.rt of No. 1 tuvvnhp, o
the County of Cochise, Territory of Arizona,
Charles Anschutz, piainuft, vs. James P. Mans
field, defendant. The Territory of Anzoni
sends greeting to James P, Mansfield, defend int
You are hereby summoned to appear before me,
at my office in Disbce, in the County of Cochise
on the ninth diy of July, A D 1887, at 10 o'clock
u. in , m an acuon Drought agunst you by saic1
phintilT to answer the compUint 01 the abevt
mined phintilT Slid ac 10a is bioug o
recover of you the sum of one hundred 00)
dollars for woik and hbor performed for you at
your request and by your order upon the Liltl
lack mining ciiun, situite-1 in Warren Mining
district. County of Cochise, Territory of An
zoni, during the year tn nug December 31st,
1SS6. or judgmtnt will be 1 ken agunst you lor
the said amount, together wi'h costs ot this suit
if you fail to appear and answer. rothesh;nfl
or my constable greeting- Mike Icgil service
ind due return thereof, (liven under mv hand
itt3 si v.i, u . u. ..lay, t j 1007.
S C. PEKKIV,
A Justice of the Peace for sud lounty.
Notice of Forfeiture.
Tolohn.M. Collins- You are hprdiv rum.
fied Hut the undersigned h.13 expended during
the year ending December 31, 1886. ono hund
red dollars in the performance of the annual
hbor upon the Whoop Up mine, situated in the
'I urquois mining district, Ccunty of Cochise,
Territory of Arizona, in order to hold the same,
as required by Section 2, 524 of the Revisi d
Mitutesof thu United St ites; and your propui
tion of the amount so expended and due to the
undersigned ;., fifty dolhrs; and if yoj yom
heirs or assigns, fail to contribute your pro
portion of the sum exoended within ninrtv ilnvs
after the pabhcation of ths notice, y our inter
est in said Whoop Up mine will become the
property of your co-owner,' the ucdersignej,
who his made sucli expenditure.
Dited Tombstone, Januiry 15, 1887.
Notice of Forfeiture.
To Gr.o. W. Sievvakt: You are hereby no
tified that the undersigned Ins expended ono
hundred dollars 011 the Eden Loss mine, situ
ated in tombstone Mining District, county ol
Cochise, Territory of Anzoni, for the veir end
ing Decembe rtst, 1886, m order to hold same,
as required by Section 2324 of Revised Statutes
of the United Stites. Yoar proportion of
amount expended and due the undersigned is
twelve and fifty-one hundredths dolhrs and if
you or yoar heirs or assigns fail to contribute
your proportion of the sum so expended, to
gether with the expense of this notice, within
ninety diys after the first publication of this no
t.ce, ycur interest 111 said Eden Lo mine will
become the property of your co-ow tier, who has
nnae said expendi.ure
, H L risniR.
Dated Tombstone, Feb ,4 1887.
Xotice of Forfeiture.
To George Burns, co-owner in the Snow Flake
and 'Iwihght mines, situated in the Warren Min
mgdistnet, Cochise county, Icrntoryof Arizona.
You are hereby notified that I have expended
one hundied ($100) dollais in labor snd im
provements upon the above mined milling claim
during each of the years 1882, 1833,1884, 1885,
1886, in order to hold the same res val.d location,
as requited by Section 2324 Revised Statutes
of the United States. 1 hen-fore if within ninety
(jo) days after and from this publication you
01 your heirs or assigns fa'l or refuse
to contribute your proper poruan of said ex
penditures and theco.tof this rubhcation. as
co-owners, your interest in aid mine will be
come the propeity of the undersigned under
si.d section 2324. Tnovi.is Higgi.ns,
Dated Iiisbee, May 25, 1887.
Si.OO FOR 25c.
ToanyoHe who will send us 25c and act as
our agent we will send the following goods, tint
could not be bought elsewnere tor less than
$1 00: 1 Dozen Sheets of Superfine Commercial
Paper, 1 Dozen Envelopes to match, 2 I'tri-fir-
Lubes' Steel Pens, 1 Gents' Coidcn Pen, 1
18k ROLLED GOLD RING, worth more than
we charge for the pickige; 1 Di.on Lead Pen
cil, 1 Faber's Pencil Rubber, all first-chss goods,
1 Sheet of Blotting Paper, 1 Rolled Gold Plated
Coll ir Ilutton, 1 Set ol kolltd Gold Cuff ISut
tons. We hive stated lint the goods bougl.t
separately co'ild not be bought for less than
$1 00, but to secure new agents we will sell them
put up in a package for 25c
ACME MFG, CO.
Tlnnm Di imond vs. SuveDnntomL fVrriW
of -ftlo and decree of for losurc. L'nder and by
vinue of an order of sale md dece o fcrclosure
Issued out of the District Court of iN hirst
Judici d J.isirict C wlnse Lount) Anzo-a Kr
rtoiy.onthe 251I1 day of May, r887. in the
ajove entitled action w herein Tboma. Diamond,
plaintiff, obumed 1 judgment and decree
against busie Diamond, deltndant. on the 2;tli
d ly of May, 1887. bv virtue cl such deuee I am
comnnnd-d to sell ill t!uv certain lot, pic- or
pirccl of ljnd situateil. m2 and l-in in the
town of Kinltone ( ountv of Cnthisc Tcr
r.tiry of A-izona. Ikuiois'i in 1 pani iiuirly
de? nbed is follows Ntualed in the p .t tide
ol Fourth s'rett, l-tween 1 oug.u ut ind AU-11
strerts, 111 the city or lon ol Tnil,s.i e. Uin '
the south srw-lialf of lot twentv -three (21) in
b' Kit four It) and the sn-nh fiftee.i feet of lot
2 j, 21 ..ru 22 in the same oiok. cor.t unng 3
feet in front on said I'ourih street and 00 ft
in depth, bourded on tl e north bv the 1' ts
occtipedby Mrs. Mary King, and on'th-smi'Ii
by the p.oierly on the .-ori.er of Tourth ami
1 oiglinut streets occupied by Mrs. A Adim
son, with the adobe buildings thereon erected
known .-s 108 106 -Fourth street. Notce s
hereby given tint on .SATURDAY. THE 2nd
DVA or JULY. 1887. between the hours of
9 a. m. and 4 p. m. of that diy, in front of the
cjiirt house ic the 'town of Tombstone. County
of Coilnse. Arizona Terntcry, I will, in
obedience- to said decree rf forclosiire and order
cfsilc, sell the above described propeity or so
much thereof as miy be necessary to sabsfy
p'aintilT judgment." with in'crest thereon and
costs, to the highest nnd best bidder for cash
lawful morey of the United biates.
I. H. !I. UGHTER, Shenff.
Dateil pne 9, 1887.
In th- District Court of the rirstjuindil Dis
trict of the Territory of Arizona, in and lor the
County o: Co h, c. M.gg.e M. ,etta,t
niintilT. vs. Robert li. htevrart, Def.nd
ant Action brought in the Disirct Coert or
the I irsl JuJicnl District of th! Territory of
Aruona, in and for the County of Cochise snd
the complaint Med in the said County of Co
chise. 111 the oilice of the Clerk of said District
' ourt. T he Territory of Arizona sends greet
ing to Robert I) btewart, Defendant, You are
he-eby lequtr -d tOHpiwar in an action brought
against you by the above nimed I'ltiii'itrin the
D strict Cojrtot tht Fust Judical District of
tl-c l'ernto.y of Anzon, in and for the County
ofCodrse and to answer the compkitnt fifed
therein, within twenty days (exclusive o- the day
ofservice). afur the service on you of ths
summons (if served within this coun'y, or if
served out of this couity, bat in this ihstrirt.
1 ""J11" t,,lrly diy1.; cther..Ue within forty day.'
I with in llitrtu .1.,. . nl.. ..... ... - (
Wllhl" "llrly "': otherwise wiilun forty days),
I Or lud?tllent bv ilpfrtn'f Mill K.. ! . f.
J -HJ aLCOri)'ne ? the prayer of said comphint
1 - : ,- - "" " .vji a;
1 ,,rcauu .on is orougnt to recover adjensj. V
...,uru)uiuiH uie custody ot two,
minor children and general rehei. And. jdu are.
hereby notified that if you fail to app.-a,r and
answer the raid complain, as abovn required
the slid plaintiff will take your defiult and ap,
ply 10 the Court for the sud rt iief sought for itv
the taid cjmphmt. Givki under my hand
and the Seal of the District Court of the First
Judicial District of tr,e 'I e-ntcrv of Ariwna. In
..nil for the County of Cochise thissccomldav of
April, in the year of our Lor-J, one thousand,
cght hundred and eighty-seven:
ISKALj 13. C. FICK VS. Clctk.
Ily J. J. Pattov. Dep'y Clk.
First publication June 24.
By virtue of an e.ecution issued out of the
usi-ce Court of Township No. 1. in and for
the County of Cochise. Tcmtory of Anzona, to
m-directed and delivered on a judgment ren
dered 111 sud Court en the 23-d davof June
1887, in favor of Otto Gciscnhofer and aginst
Uins Hitterson. wherein I am commanded to
mike the sum of $39 75 dmiiges with interest
th rcon from ilitf of jadgment at tlu rate of 10
per cent, per inniuii until paid, together with
Ill npia Imm -. .. .1 r ...
$19 72 c sis and accruing costs. 1 have this
day levied upon the following descnbed prop
erty, to wit: One ilwcl'ing house situated on
I remont Street. Lot .1. Wo t ,r. t.i,.i..
'. .'... l'ubllc "once is hereby given that oa
I HURSDAY.T HL rath l)vn 1 1:1 v .sat
between Use hours of 9 a m. and 4 p.m., in
front of s-ud dwelling, on 1 remont street, in the
City of Tombstone, Cochise county, Anzona
Icrntory, I will sell all the right, tide and inter
est of the said Chris Hitterson in and to the
above descnbed pi op -rly at public auction, to
the highest and best bidder fir cish hwful
moniy of the United Mates, to satiify ud
ev.eim.on and all costs.
HEN JAMES, Constable.
Dited this the 23rd day of June, 1887.
(DechratoryStitement Ko. 1099.
United States Land OrFicr. )
Tucsos;, Arvina, July 9. 1887. j
Notice U hereby Riv,-n that the following
naired settler Ins fi'ed. notice cf his intention to
mike final proof in support of his claim, and
tnat said proof will be nude before the Clerk of
the United Slates District Court at Tombstone,
Anzoni, on tin' 3rd day ot September, 18S7,
u. Joseph Tasker, of Cochise county, A. T.,
for the southeast quarter of seen on" 7, T. 20
S R. 26 E. Gila and Salt River meridian. He,
mines, the following witnesses to prove he, con
uiiUous residence upon, aod cultivation of, said
hnd, viz: W. G Sanderson, J. W. Tedson,
Ja. O. Stanfoid. C.A. Overlock, all of Tomb
stone, A. T.
A. D. Dufk. Register."
(Doclaritory Statement No. 1904.)
U.NtTtD Statls Land Oi-mcc, )
Tucson, Anzona, July 9, 1S87.
Notice is hereby given that the following
nimed settler has 'lied notice of I113 intention to
mike fin ll proof in support of his claim, and
that said proot will be made before the Clerk of
the Un.tcd stites Distnct Court at Tombstone,
Arizona, on the 3rd diy September, 1887, viz
John Wilson Tedson, of Cochise county, A. 1..
for the SE of section 19, T. 20SR 26 E.
Gila and Salt River meridian. He names the
following witnesses, to prove his continuous resi
dence upon, and cultivation'of, said land, vu
W. G Sanderson, Jos. 'Iasker, Jas. O. Stan
ford, C", A. Overlock, all of lombstonc, A.T.
A. D. Dun-, Registcr
(Dtchnto-y Statement No. i7tr.)
U.MTr.n Statcs Lasu Oh ict, r
Tucson, Arizona, July 9. 1837. y
Notice is hereby grven tint the fi.lIoinj
mined settler has hied nottej of his intentio 1
"to nuke final proof in support of hu chim, an.l
uiai sua prooi win ue mide belore Uco. It.
t 'alley, Clerk of the District Court at Tomb
stone, Arn.0111 on theasilidiy of August, I8S?,
viz James O S.anfo.-d, of lombstone. A. 1..
for the oi.tlnvest quirter of section nine, T. 21,
S. R. 2G cut Gill and Silt River n-endun.
He names the following witnesso to prove
his c. ntinuous residence upon, and culttvauvxi
of, said hnd, viz: J. lasker, John Uilvoa
ledson, F. A Abbott, W. A. r uller, all 1 1
lombstone, A. T.
A. D. Dui-F, Register
Notice of Forfeiture.
To Daniel O" Toole, Frank Donne ly,
R.J Prykc, J G Parkeanilallothersinteres'.d
You ire ftreby notified that the undersii ut
has ivpended during the years 1 334 and !o
one hundred dolhrs worth of work tn the pcr
formitiee of the annual hbor uon the Vi
Mirge mine, situitid in th.- lombstonc Mir nig
district, CoJiise county, Icrntory of Aniini,
in oidrT to hold the same as required by Set lion
2324 of the Revised Sntutes if the' L'ntesl
State's, and you aie further notified thai ihe
money so expended upon said Sea Surj,. n- nt .
due to the undersigned, and if y 011 or y our I . r
ornssiL,ns fail or refuse to contribute your pro.
portion of the Mini so cvpended within mint
days after the publication of this notue, wri
lieioini- the projvrty of the undersigned
J.J. MrCl tLl AM).
Dated Tombstone, June sjlh, 1887,