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TOMBSTOiSE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARTZOKA, SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1888.
4- OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.1 thbitobial fhcku. Governor C. MA 1U1''-K Secretary Jauksv- bxvmdS Amdltorlj. J. HAVfis. Attorney General--' RflttjrtioODldCH. Surveyor General Jo.'hJQ. His. Treasurer C B. Foster. Superintendent of Public Instruction C. M. STIAVU. Delegate to Congress M. A. Swim Superintendent of Territorial Pnson Thos. Oath. CfKlHK t'UIKT Cklef Justice Jamks H. Wright. AMocktt Justices W. W. Porter, W. H. Bainu. MaTBICT COBKT Knt Judicial District W H. Barnes. Second Judicial District W. W. Porter. Tkira Judicial District. H. Wright. Ml TUB ITATW EriCEKS United States Marshal W. K. Meade. United States Attorney Owen J. Reuse. TCCt 1!B FtlCB iter A. D. D'JFF. iltr Fred. W. Smith. CMT9MM WICEBa Tucson jt B. Hamblmon. Toiabstone V. G Wilson. Nagales J. M. Wilson. CfcliNTY vrFirEBB Superrisors David Cohn. Chairman; F. U Moots and T. J. White. Members. Sherift J. H. Slaughter. Under Sheriff E. A. SHATTUCJC Treasurer A. J. Ritter. Recorder W.T. Bradley. District Attorney A. R. English. Probateludge E. R. Monk, Clerk District Court G. H. Daily. Surveyor H. G. Howe. Public Administrator . A. Koska Assessor James B. Hennessy. CITY VMCEBS Mayor Charles N. Thomas. Chief of Police G. W. Oaks. Treasurer J. L. Melgren. City-Attorney James Reilly. Auditor and Recorder M. G. Crowley. City Assessor G. W. Chapman. City Englner H. B. Maxson. Councilmen First Ward, H. E. Lea; Sec ond vVard. Jos. I ippert; Third Ward, G. R. Wattj Fourth Ward, S. C. Bagg MRRAGH'S STACE LINE. Stage to connect with western-bouud train leaves at ir.45 p. m. Sag to connect with eastern-bound train leaves at is4S p. m. Stag to connect with Guaymas train leaves at 7.00 a. m. BLANKS. Location notices, Justice? blanks, ap plicable to th new Code, mining bonds and deeds, And all blanks commonly in ttse,or sale at this office. LOOM. HAPPENINGS. Crockery and glassware, carpets, fur iturc and wall paper, wholesale and retail, at Magg'i. The best butter in town at Wolcotts The J. H. White brand - Send to Bag); for samples of wall paper if you live out of town. Ifcrf iterated seat. dining chairs, $10 ivAatea at Bagg's. The celebrated J H. White butter can be bought only at Wolcott's. This is tfikedge. , ' ' lotice On and after April 1st, weekly ice tick ets will be told for $1 and upwards. Ice te weekly 'customers will not be delivered without tickets ' tf. SOUIHWESTERN ICE C Hani the Tailor Hai just received a full line of foreign and domestic Cassiaiers, suitable fur fall and winter suits. He guarantees to plea hi customers as to style, price anil eiamy. Under the Occidental Hotel, Allen street. Give him a call. ROYAL ARCH MASONS. Skated meetings on third Wednesday el each month. Notice Of special meet ings by chapter flag. Sojourning com panions cordially invited. G. W. Cheyney, H. P. C. D. REPPY, Secretary. e Wall paper from 15 cents to $1.50 at agg's. Hicks 8c. Walter are furnishing the trade with; a superior article of soda and sarsaparilja. They are also importers of all kinds of mineral water. Good Brussels carpet 75 cts per yard at Bagg's, . ., , 1 To the Public Having purchased the entire Interest of Jos. Pascnoly in the undertaking busi ness in this city, I will hereafter devote my especial attention to said business. Embalming and the preparing ol bodies tor removal a specialty. Orders filled is any part of the county, A. J. Ritter. lew Store. Paul Bahn is offering to the people of leaaDstone ana tne county in general, ewe of the best bargains in groceries ad liquet ever offered in this county. His stocky is new fresh and desirable canned goods, wines, candles, in fact every thing sold in a first class grocery store is tteing sold hy him at Fairbank prices. tf. e JUST RBCBIVBD. My new fruit trees : Peach, Apricot and Apple trees. Also Roses and Car nation PjnW' at the Fulton street Nursery, 'between Second and Third street, Tombstone, Arizona. William Brauch, Proprietor. e TREES AND PLANTS. Eastern trees and small fruits for late planting-; and the largest and best assort ment of house, yard and garden plants ever offered in Arizona, for sale by J. H. Tattle, 3d street, between Allen and Fre shest, Tombstone. e All wool 3-pJy carpet at Bagg's. PAY UP. All persons indebted to Reppy & Perk are requested to settle their account wi:hin ten days, or the same will be placed in the hands of a lawyer for col lection. This refers to long standing accounts, and not to current monthly bills. Tombstone, July 14, 1888. . Mr. Geo. N. Gage left Wednesday for Tempe. . Several good raini have fallen during the past week, and the rainy season is fairly upon us. Colonel Forsyth, who is undergoing trial by court martial at Fort Huachuca, was in town this week .. Mi. Casey Gum and wife of El Ptsn are camping with Colonel Herring's family in the Swisshelm Mountains. . Maxwell-Brooks, the condemned mur derer of Preller, has been granted a re spite of four weeks by the Governor of Missouri. Mr. Fly, the photographer, has display ed in front of his gallery a number of in stantaneous views of the 4th of July parade. '" V. t The Board of Supervisors has been very busy this week as a Board of Equal ization. A large number of raises have been made. --. A large number of snakes have been seen at Fort Lowell. Of course commis sary whiskey has nothing to do with the strange circumstance. .. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Watts and Mr. B. F. Heslep were in from the West Hua chucas yesterday. They report good rains in that locality. . . The Board ol Supervisors of this county have fixed the valuation of cattle at $10 per head, which is plenty, consid ering the price at which other property is rated. The railroad men say that the route by Tombstone to Bisbee is five miles longer than by Lewis' Springs and would cost $70,000 more; hence the adoption of the latter route. . The Elite Restaurant closed its doors on Thursday, owing to lack of business. The proprietor, A. D. Cooley, has gone out of tewn and left the creditors to take possession. Mrs. Ben Gooduch and her daughters, Misses Sallie and Cora, arrived in Tomb stone Tuesday from Phenix, to spend the heated term in this salubrious climate. They are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C Read. The Phenix papers state that J. L. Ward will be a candidate ' for Sheriff of Maricopa County. The fact that he al lowed a prisoner to be taken from under his charge and lynched, while he was Sheriff of this county, ought to be suf ficient reason for his overwhelming defeat. At a meeting of the City Council on Wednesday, the Treasurer was instructed to refuse payment of the $1000 warrant drawn in favor of Goodrich & Smith for legal services in the Mounta;n Maid case. It is understood that Martin Costello now holds the warrant. t 1 Mr. Clifford D. Kelley and Miss Annie Easton, granddaughter of Judge Easton of this city, were married in Paris, Texas, on the 5th inst. They will visit Tomb stone on their wedding tour. . Last Wednesday the Old Guard mine was attached by Paul B. Warnekros, for a debt of $2,660.25. This mine is said to be looking well, and it is confident asserted that the debts will be paid in a few days, and work resumed on the property. The appointment of Mr. W. A. Hall as Postmaster at Phenix proves that Gov. Zulick and the Cochise county colony met with another defeat. The gang were making a hard fight for Mr. Fickas, a member of the colony. It seems that home rule wins in Phenix and the Star has good cause to rejoice there at, and we do rejoice. Tucson Star, a A block of sandstone weighing about eleven tons, three feet square and four teen feet in length and containing 140 cubic feet, to be used as a lintel over the main entrance of the City Hall, being built in Los Angeles, was received in that city last Sunday from the sandstone quarries at Flagstaff, A. T. It is said to be the largest block of stone ever receiv ed in Los Angeles. o The Fourth of July celebration in Prescott closed with a cowboy tourna ment, the premium being a cowboy out fit valued at $125, for the quickest time in roping and tying a steer, and a $50 purse for the best bronco riding. For the former prize there were eight entries. Juan Libas Won the prize, time 1 minute I7 seconds. The steer had 100 yards the start. The bronco riding purse was divided between Charles Meadows and Juan Libas. Fully 1500 spectators wit nessed the sport. . o 1 Capt. Jtffords is being urged to sub mit his name as a candidate for the of fice of sheriff of this county, Jeff is an old-timer and for twenty years has never failed in his allegiance to the Democrat ic party, and he has every qualification necessary to make a good Sheriff. Should he be nominated he can be elect ed over the strongest man the Republi cans put up; and no man in the party has stronger claims to recognition than Captain Jeffords. Star. BISBEE. ARIZONA'S GREAT COPPER CAMP. An Interesting Letter From a Public School Scholar. Bisbee is a mining camp situated in the southwesteren part of Cochise, Co. A. T.,33 "west of Washington jnd 31K north latitude. It was named in honor of Judge D. W. F. Bisbee, who was a resi dent of San Francisco, Cal. Bisbee is located in a picturesque little canyon in the Mule mountains, 5600 feet above the level of the sea, and enclosed on every side by mountains which rise from 1000 to 2250 feet above the town. Thishttle valIey,surrounded by tody moun tains which stand as silent watches raising their heads towards ht.wen.reminds one of the "Happy Valley" described by Johnson in Ravels, but for us there is means of es rapeby the tortuous road toSulpher bpring Valley or the road that climbs over te mountains and crosses the valley on the other side to Tombstone, the county seat, situated 29 miles notth of Bisbee. These mounta ns are partially covered with trees, mostly juniper, oak and iron wood, and made more beautiful by num erous wild flowers. These mountains are also very valuable on account of the rich mineral deposits which are found in them and constitutes the wealth of the immediate locality. These mineral deposits consist of iron, silver and lead but mostly of copper. Another source of wealth is stock raising, which is carried on extensively in the surrounding valleys. Six miles east of here begins Sulphur Spring Val ley, as fine a stock country as is in the territory, and one which furnishes grass for thousands of cattle. There are not many wild animals, but as in most places in the territory the jack rabbit and the coyote are abundant. Some bear and mountain lions frequent the mountains and a few deer and antelope wander over the plains. The domestic animals are the horse, mule, burro and cow. Bisbee contains about 700 inhabitants, most of whom are engaged as laborers in the mines. These are situated in pleasant houses which number about 150 and are built mostly of lumber. Through the kindness of the principal mining company the town is provided with a very pleasant hall, the upper part of which is used for entertainments, relig ious service, etc. The lower part being used for a public library and reading room, is provided with books, magazines and newspapers. This hall, the mine, smelters, store, office, etc., are lighted by electricity. The school house is provided with maps, globes, dictionary, microscope, air pumpj chemicals aad such other ap paratus as necessary. The climate of Bisbee is very pleas ant and at no time is extremely hot or cold, but during a few days in the winter the thermometer indicated 15 degrees above zero and a few days during the summer 105 degrees. The first settlement was made in 1877 by Geo. Warren, who located the Ruck er mine, and the oldest inhabitant in Bisbee is Judge J. F. Duncan, who was born on the 13th of June, 1839, at Phila delphia, Penn., and who is a mechanical engineer. On the 3d of May, 1877, our town was much disturbed and excited by severe earthquake shocks, but these did no serious damage to this immediate vicin ity. By these shocks the stones on the mountain side were shaken and rolled in wild confusion to the base, causing fire by friction, so that for several days many mountains presented a beautiful sight of "wild fires." Many persons were pursuaded that these fires were caused by volcanic eruption, but such persuations were proven false. Mary Jones, Age 16. Bisbee, Cochise Co., A. T. Teacher, P. T. Shultz. o "Wallapai" Clark and 0. B. Bloomer left this week for the rich strike in the Noon district, near Nogales. Ham 'Light has been there, and tells the Tuc son Star that the district is a good poor man's camp; the veins of ore will average two feet and very rich all the way down. The average depth of the claims now being developed is twenty feet and good ore from surface to bottom. The for mation is symte or what the miners call "grey whack." The ore is horn silver and chloride and is very free. There are about twenty men in the camp. The ore is being shipped to Nogales, but fur ther shipments will be made to Pueblo, Colorado. Noon district is about ten miles west from Calabasas on the Oro Blanco trail. The supplies for the camp are mostly purchased at Nogales. The inestimable value of Ayer's Sir sapariila as a blood purifier should be known to every wife and mother. It correets irregularities, gives tone and strength to the vital organs, and cleanses the system of all impurities. The best family medicine. District Attorney English was made happy on Tuesday last by the arrival of a little boy at his home. Mother and child doing well. 1 A special term of the District Court will commence here next Monday. Sev eral important civil cases will be heard. .. To-day is the anniversary of the fall of Bastile, a day dear to the hearts of Frenchmen. 9 w The municipal authorities should not allow the city waterworks to be closed down. THE OLD GUARD. The Prospector is informed by Mr. George R. Williams, superintendent of the Old Guard mine, that a representa tive of the company will arrive in Tomb stone in a few days and settle all out standing claims against this company. Prospector. Mr. Williams called at the Epitaph office this morning and denied most em phatically the above statement. He told the Prospector no such thing ; he did, however, quote the article printed the previous day, to the effect that a private letter had been received stating that the management of the Old Guard would be changed the 1st of AJgust. The facts are these: the future management of the mine is known only between Mr.Williams and the directors, who have sent him ex plicit instructions since he left London, on the 32l day of une, several days later than the date of the alleged private letter. Mr. Williams deals directly with the Board and the Board with him, and consequently the pitvate letter can be considered only as a canard. The Board has expressed itself to Mr. Williams and others as perfectly satisfied with his man agement, and that he is a capable and honest man. The financial embarrass ment of the company has been caused in England, where stock subscribed has not been paid for, and is not traceable to the managemert of the property here nor to the directors, who have ably discharged their duties. We have the assurance of Mr. Williams that every dollar of in debtedness will be paid in a few days and work resumed as per agreement made with him while in London. More than that, when the mill starts up cus tom ore will be purchased at living prices, and if the business justifies additional stamps they will be immediately added. . . Marcus Aurelius Smith of Tombstone, Arizona, was in town last week. Ordi narily no one would suppose that a man with that name was a delegate in Con gress Jrom so exacting a Territory as Ari zona. But he is, and more than that, a look at him would serve to convince one that he is just the kind of personage like ly to be chosen for such a place by the free and breezy voters of that section of the country. He is over six feet high and built in proportion. Hair a little unkempt, a moustache running down over his chin and collar, unique if not careless in his dress, and nith the gener al air of a far western rustler from way back. One funny thing about Marcus Aurelius is that he did not want to go to Congress, but was elected almost in spite of himself. He had been chosen Dis trict Attorney for Cochise county about a year before. Now the constituency of that delightful spot has in it a very ample sprinkling of horse thieves, cattle stealers, and men of similar pleasant oc cupations, Marcus was an easy-going quiet fellow, and the boys thought they would be safe under his jurisdiction, but he had hardly got into office befure they discovered their mistake. He made it terrible warm for them, and indictments were piled up against the law-breakers and the trials pushed light ahead. Some thing had to be done, and so when the Congressional election came around, the boys just turned in andsent him to Con gress. They then got a new man in the District Attorney's office. Writing of Marcus Aurelius Smith re calls a curious fact. An examination of the history of this country will show that very few men of the name of Smith have ever been preminent in the national af fairs of this country. In fact the Smith family would appear to have kept very much out of politics since the foundation of the Republic, Theie are five Browns in the present Congress, four Andersons, three Joneses, three Aliens, three Hen dersons, three Hopkinses, three O'Neils, three Thomases, three Stewarts, three Wilsons, three Campbells and only two Smiths. Last Congress it was worse for the family. There was not one of the name in the Senate or House, New York Graphic. The New York Herald (Dem.) says: "It would be foolish to bet on the elec tion of Cleveland. This is July, noi November, and summer strength is not autumn victory. The Republicans were never so united, never so ably command ed. With their lines compact and un menaced in their own States, the Re publicans will concentrate on the doubt ful States of Indiana, Connecticut and New Jersey and make a fight in the two Virginias. New York would settle the business easily, but in looking at the Harrison campaign it is well to remem ber that New York is not necessary, and the Republicans may pass it by, at least so far as hard fighting goes. The Chi nese question may be important on the Pacific, but Mr. Cleveland has settled it by a treaty, and we might as well bring up grandfather William Henry Harrison': opinions on the alien and sedition law as the grandson's view on immigration. But four years ago Mr. Cleveland had a pronounced secession from the Republi can party in his interest. There is no such movement and no indication of it. Nor can he' count on the Prohibition vote, as he did against Blaine. It will be hard to persuade Prohibitionists to vo'e against a Presbyterian elder like Harri son." Mr. L. W. week. Blinn is in Tempe this Shortness of Breath. Dr. Flint's heart remedy should be taken at once when slight exertion or a hearty meal pioduces shortness of breath or a pain in the region of the heart. At all druggistsr or J. J. Mack & Co. and 1 1 Front street. S. F. NOTICE. There will be a meeting of the Repub lican County Central Committee held at the Court House on Thursday, July 19, at t o'clock, to fill vacancies and transact ill other business properly coming before said committee. By order of committee. Geo. R. Watt, Seoetary. Suicide. Dr. Flint's heart remedy has saved more lives, by timely use, and has kept from suicide or insane asylum more vic tims of nervou disorders, than all the physicians with their pet methods nf treatment. At druggists $1 50. Des criptive treatise with each bottle; or ad dress J. J. Mack& Co.S. F. We are now prepared to draw drafts direct, issue letters of credit, and transfer money by mail, and cable, on all points of Europe Asia, Africa and Australia. R. W. Wood. Cashier Bank of Tombstone F. N. Wolcott's Cash Store is now ready for business at the new location in the Otis building, on Fremont street, near the Postoflice. The choicest and freshest gioceries at the lowest cash prices. NEW PLANTS AND ROSES JUST CEIVED. RE- Wm. Brauch, the Fulton street nur seryman and florist, has just received a large consignment of roses, geraniums, coleus, bigonias, carnation pinks, helio tropes, &c. The plants arrived in ex cellent condition and are offered cheap. More than one hundred varieties of roses and geraniums. Call and see the new stock. Wm. Brauch. Second and Fulton Streets. 1 in Wolcott buys and sells for cash and hence cannot be undersold. Furniture dirt cheap at G. E. Kohler's. John M, Leary is making a special drive in ladies' shoes at $1 per pair. Be sides he has the hrgest and best selected stock of best makes of ladies', gents' and children's shoes ever displayed in this city. Gjnuine hand sewed work at less than city prices Buckingham & Hccht's celebrated goods kept constantly on hand. People who order shoes by mail from the East make a great mistake, as they can be better suited at Leary's for less money, Give him a trial and see if this statement is not correct. LETTER LIST, The following letters remain uncalled for in the post-office at Tombstone, Arizona, for th week ending July 14, 1888: Blair, Miss L Bortay, E F Doyle. M Flyn, P M ones, ohn D Kelley, rrank Mankins. J C O'Brien, ) T Robinson, Geo S. SPANISH. Tnmeo. Olibas A. Romeu Diego, Miranda Yuaclo M. Olea. Any person calling for any of the above let ters will please say '"Advertised" and give the date. C. S. ClArk, Postmaster. THE OPENING OF THE CAMPAIGN. To open the campaign with any hopes of speedy success, attack the eremy, malaria, be fore it has a chance lo entrench An obstinate foe 'twill prove if you don't go right at it If you are prudent, too, you will have fortified, upon the first intimation of its presence in your neighborhood. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is the medicinal ammunition that you require. Every form of malarial fever yields to this fine preventative and remedy. For constipa ion, liver complaint, dispepsia, nervousness and kidney tr uble it is no less effective Residents of malarial localities, and persons sojourning in or bound for the great West, should select this meJicine as a means of defence against the frequent visitation of miasma. Those in deli cate heilth, and the aged and the erfeebled, -hould in every instans resort to this signil in vigo ant. Use It for weak nerves G. R. WATT. C. B TARBIXU Watt & Tarbell, UNDERTAKERS No. 418 Allen Street. (Next door to Hare & Page' Lhcrj Stable ) UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING In all its Branchs Preparing and Re moving bodies promptly attended to Orders filled on short notice from any part of the County Night orders can be left at Hare & Page's Livery fctable. Summons. In the Justice's Court, of Precinct No. One, County of Cochise, Territory of Arizona, Be fore Jno. C Easton, a Justice of the Peace. Joseph Hoefler. Plaintiff, vs A. Baldndge, non-reside it, Defendint. Action brought in said Jus 'ce's Court, and the complaint filed in the said Court by the saia Justice of the Peace in the said County of Cochise I he Terntoiy of Arizona sends greeting to A. Baldndge, a non-iesident, defendant. You are hereby summoned and required to appear in an action brought ngaint you by the above named p'aintiif in the said Justice's Court, before said ustice of the Peace, at his office on Allen street, City ol Tombstr ne, Cochise County aforesaid, and to answer the said comphint filed therein, within five diys (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons, if served within this precinct, or if served without this precinct, but in this County, within ten days; or If served out of this County within fifteen days; otherwise within twenty days, or judg ment by default will be taken against you ac cording to the prayer of said comp'aint. The said action is brought to recover a judgment against ye J ."of the sum of $290 75, due by our acount for goods and minJnndi e heretofore sod and delivered to you by Plaintiff at your pei-ial instince and request, and you are hereby notified that it vou fail t appear and answer the said complaint, as above required, the plaintiff will apply for Judgment by default against you for said sum and all costs. iiiven under my Hand at mv said ottue tbis 6th day of July, A. D, tS9 JNO. U E.ASTON, Justice of tie Peace in and for said Precinct, County and Territory. KAJ4ft;jC--4aA--lu.AAWt ELECTION NOTIOE. Registration of Voters. Notice is hereby Riven that the Board of Supervisors of the County of Cochise passed and adopted the following order at a regular meet ing of said Board held July 2, 1888, namely : Ordered that a re-registration of the voters of said Cochise County be made, and that this order be published in the Tomb stone Epitaph, from now until the General Election to be held in said County on November 6, 1888. By order of the Board. Wm. D. Monmonier, 'Clerk. Notice of Sale of Real Estate. TCTotice is hereby given, that in pursuance of Jl.1 an order of the Probate C'urt of the County of Cochise, Tenitory of Arizona, made on the 26th day of December 1886 in the matter of the estate of Ambtos Lyall, deceased, the under signed, the admimstra'rator of siid estate, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash and subject to confirmation by said Probate Courton Monday the s8th day of May 1888, at iu u emeu a. m. ai aoiaier Moles Ranch, Sul phur Spring Valley in the County of Cochise, all the right, utle, interest and estate of the said Aipbros Lyall at the time of his death, and all the right, ttle and interest that the said estate nas, d operation of law or otherwise, acquired other, than or in addition to that of the said Am bros Lyall at the time of his death, m and to all that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the said County of Cochise, 'lerntorv of Aritona, and bounded and describ ed as lolfows to wit: One euth interest In all the lands owned and controlled by the Soldier Hole Cattle Company in CoohUe county Territory 01 Aniona kuown al Soldier Holes cattle ranch and Ranges, at and adjicent to Soldier Holes, Sul pjiur opnng Valley, said county and territory. Terms and condition of sale, cash, ten per cent of the purchase money to be paid to the auction eer on the day of sale, balance on confirmation of sale by said Probate Court, Deed at ex pense' of purchaser, Joel LyaiX, Administrator. By R. E. Wilson, attorney for estate of Ambros Lyall, deceased. Dated at Tombstone, April 25. 1888. Sale of Personal Property. "VToUce is hereby given that in pursuance of an Ll oruer of the Probate Court of the County of Cochise, Territory of Aniona made on the list day of December 1886, in the matter of the estate of Ambros Lyall, deceased, the under signed the Administrator of said Estate, will sell at public auction to the hfghest and best bid der for cash and subject to connrmation by the said Probate Court on Monday the 28th day of May, 1888, at zo o'clock a. m of said day at Soldiei Holes ranch in Sulphur Spring V.Mley in the County of Cochise, all the right, title and In terest to and in the following described personal property to wit: The one eight of all the cattle, horses and other personal property, and the in ciease up to this time, that belonged to the Ut4 Ambros Lyall, deceased, at the time of his death on what is known as the Solder Holes Ranch, in the County ol Cochise, Territory of Arizona, The cattle, horses and other personal property will be sold all together to the highest bidder for cash. Joel Lyall, Administrator of the Estate of Ambros Lyall, deceased. By R. E. Wilson, Attorney for Estate. Dated at Tombstone, April 25, 1888. Assignee's Notice. To the Creditors of H. K. Tweed: Take notice that I have been appointed as signee of the estate of H. K. Tweed, who has assigned to me all her property and effects for the benefit of all such of her creditors only as will consent to accept their proporunnal share of her estate, and discharge her from their re spective claims. All creditors consenting to said assignment are required to make known to me within four months from the publication of this notice, their said consent-in writing, and present thur claims duly verified to me for allowance; otherwise they shall not receive or ,ake any benefit urder slid assignment, as is provided by law in such cases. Address the undersigned, at Tombstone, Cochise County, Arizona, care W. C. Reed. BEN GOODRICH, , Assignee. Tombstone, Ariz., May 3, 1888, JUST OPENED. A Large Stock of California) (Jheyenne 'and Texas SADDLES. Chaparera, Bridles, Lap Robes, Spurs, Horse Blankets, AND Harness of Every Description! AT PRICES TO SUIT THK TIMES Saddles and Harness to Order. Repairing and Carriage Trim, ming Done. Ha ing Secured the sei vices of Mr, Blackburn ueare prepared to guarantee satisfaction PAGE & COLEMAN. ALLIN ST. BET, THIRD AND FOVRTIl. T0MB3W0HE AizojiA.4 ArPLKATIeit FOB 1'ATf.NT RU.4M Notice af Application of Ike firrnt American Mining Conipans r,,r ratrnl lo llir Great American Mining U.i m. Notice of the appication of the Great Amer ican Mining Company, a cor. oratio 1, :or a riat- f, '.he I&U An?e"-"1 M"" S CU m wwv tea in the Swisshelm iiiiimg diurut in the county of Cochise. Termor 0 Atuon. United Stat lsI andoh-icf ) Nonce Is her, by givtn Hat in pursuance of Chapter sir, of tit'e ihutj-uo 01 ilurd can Mining Companj i lamina ff t a bundrwl linear feet of the Great rtmuiSiu in ic"e deposit, bearing go'd and ether ,i enh to gether with surface ground six Inn ur,-d ie t in width; said mineral Uiini, tin, odor den sit and surface ground tKinK sitLaUd In the fci. Temm" d'S,r,Ct' C0Um ' Cot"1S2 nd ,T,Ay lAJlfon ana be,n-' ,n paiticu larly described in the official fie'd ro es nd the U, S. Land ott.ee at I ucon Am na Be Eli' he n,UaI "m.iet marking the fr,rrly,cnd1ce",er f "" at -tpo-tfour halffeet it, the ground and scurroud-d by a mound of stones, and marked A I t r thence south 49' 30' E. anat.ons n iV n ,00 feet to the N. fc. corner of claim to a post f same height and diameter, set in the ground la. d surrounded by a mound of stones, jit marked G. A. No 2, thence S 40 30' U iScofcet to S lb corner of claim to a post J like dLens!oc! eta set in the ground and surrounded by a mound of stones uost marked r. a w I.i. '" . 30 W 300 feet to the Southerly end center the ground and surrounded t.y a mound of stones marked I G. A. No 4. thence N 40 50' V 300 feet to S W corner of claim to a post set in the ground and surrounded by a ,iH of alsoethP,4tKarkedG A N'0- winch , ' also the S h comer post of tr.e Hgrn biher '"!l1gva'raa,nifrom whlch P the U. S. M. M. NaiSD b.srs S zS So' V i8m feet thence N 40" 30- E ,Seo feel & NV cofner of claim to a post set in the ground ard sunound ed by a monument of store, post marked G. A H7 SpOS,,sal.sotheNE cor" PKt of Horn Silver mmmg claim, thenc- S 40" r' 1- oo feet to monument and po-,t G A I. M No. 1 the place of b-gmning and com in ng 20 66 xoi acres. The said mining tlaim Ikiiu of reord stone in the county and terr.tory afore a d. 1 he P'esumed general course Or dm etion 01 the a,d Great American mining chn.i, en, lode tr mm erel deposit being shown upon t!.e p at h ed rith ni,er,1 aS ne;,r as can be J-ennmcd irom present developments, this cbim UinS for 1500 ground shown upon the cfTuial .lits Med as . VTii '. 6 I'iiiencu d -.n Dcunded as follows to wit: On the NonlnSest by the hv.hr.n.?pVer,m,?,.nsclalm" on t,,e Southeast by the "Foraker Mining claim" saidcbim being designated as lot 41 in the ,tfiml Hat afjresaiiT Any and all persons chiming adversely the mining ground, vein lode, premi-escrany por tion thereof so discnbed, simend, pjaiud and applied lor, are hereby notifies that un'eis their aaverse claims are duly filed accorung to Uw. and tne regulations thereunder, witiun tie tim persenbed by law wjth ,he RegliUl o the ,j s ijantl Office at Tucson in the Territory of An iona, they will be bound by virtue cf the pre vis iocs of said statute. F Andit is hereby ordered that this notice be published for the ten consecu ive weeks in the Tombstone Weekly Epitaph, a newspaper pub hshed weekly at Tombstone Cochisj county m the Territory of Aiuona. A. D. DUFF, Register. APPLICATION' FOB PATEST 0. 7. Votlce r Application or the Grent Ameri can Mining Co. for pulenl lo llie Horn Mil ver Mining; Claim. Notice of the application of the Great Ameri can Mining Company, a corporation, lor a patent for the Horn Silver mining claim, vein lode or mineral depos-t, bearing go'd, silver and other minerals, situated in the hni'slielm min ing district, in the County of Coehise and 1 er ntory ot Arizona. United States Land Oi-fice, ) Tucson, Aniona, June 6 A D ifc3S. Notice is hereby given thit in pur-u-.nce of chapter six, of title thiri)-iwo oi the Revised Statuses of the U, &, the Great American Min ing company, a corporation, ehimmg fi,uen hundred linear feet o. the Horn fouv.r ruling claim, vein, lode or mineral deposit, hearing gold, silver and other minerals vwth suruce ground six hundred feet 111 width Iving and being within the bwisshe'm mmrg di met in the County of Cochise and l' r, itoiy w Aniona, are about to make applieafou to the United States for a patent for the said 111111115 chim, which is more fully described, as to n-ctcs and bounds by the official piat and lie d note- of survey now on file vvuh the Registrr of the U. S. Land Office, at Tucon, Aiiuna, vvh-eh lleld notes describe the boundaries and e cnt of said claim on the surface with nug e ic vina bn at 11 15 east, as follows: Btg.ining at the" inidal monument, marking the ronhcrl n.d center of claim at a post four lett long, Tour inches In diameter, set one foot in the ground and surrounded by a mound of stones, post marked H. S. I M.No, 1; thenee Sao'sVE variation 15 E 300 feet to N U ccrner of claim to a post of like sue, height, etc, as the other, and marked on W side H. S, No. 2 this post is also the NW corner of the Giat American mining claim thence S 40 30' W 1500 feet to the a E corner ot claim at a post marked on W side H S No 3. wh eti is a'so the S W ccrner of the Great Amrrican mining claim and from which post the U. S. SI M. No. 1, S D bears S 2s" 50" W 333c feet; thence N 49 30 W to the southerly end center oi ela m to a post marked HS No 4; ihence N 4930' W 300 feet to the S W toiner of claim to a post marked H S No 5; ihence N 40 30' h, fifteen hundred feet to the N W comer of clain at a post marked H S No 6; thence h 49 30" U 300 feet to monument and post If S I M No 1. the place of beginning and cortaining 20 66 acres The said mining rla'm b-ing of record in the effice of the reco'der of cieeus, at Tomb stone, in the county and t-rritory afo-esaiJ. The presumed general course or direction of the said Horn S her mining chim, win, lodr- or mineral deposit leim; shown upon tire plat filed with the Register afores.H, as rear as can be determined by present deve.optcnts. This claim being for 1500 lmjar feet th lecf tpgether with the surface grouid sho.n en aid e;licial plat filed as aforesaid; the stif vr 1, loJeand mining claim hereby sough' to b piunted being bounded as fo!lovi3, to wit On thc E hy the Great American mining chim; said claim being desienaied as lot No 41, on the offiml plat aforesaid. Any all persons chimine ndver-clv tha min ing ground, vein, lode, prem -es or ar) portion thereof so described, urvee), plated and ap plied for are lieraby notified lint un'ess their adverse c aims are duly filed acco dm.' to law, and the regulations thcieunder, ih n te time prescribed by hw, with the Register cf the U. S. Land Office at Tucson, Ar.ion-, ih -y will le barred by virtue of the provis'ons of slid statute. And I hereby order that' th's notice be pub lished for ten consecntive weeks in ihe Tomb stone Epitaph, a new spaper pubhihed weekly at Tombstone, Arizona. A. D. DUFF. Register. 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