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V T0MBST02O: EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, AEIZOWA, SATURDAY, JtJLT 21, 1888. Qtn&LL DffifDTORY. THBITOBIAI, OFFU'KKi- Governor C. M. Zulick Secretary Jamks A. Bayakd. Auditor. J. Hawkins. Attorney General--1 kiggs Goodrich surveyor uenerai uhn a. hisi. Treasurer C B. Foster. Superintendent of Public Instruction C. M. STKAUU. Delegate to Congress M. A. Smith. Superintendent of Territorial Prison Thos. Gatm. CrlEMK COURT Chief lustier JAMES H. WatGllT. Associate JaiticaSW. W. Portek, W. H. aimm. UTR1CT CAl'RT nnt Imdldkl District W H. Baknes. Saoood Judicial District W. W. Portek. Tkird udicial District-. H. Wright. HUTU STATU! EFICKKa United States Marshal W. K. Meade. United States Attorney Owen . Reus. TCCMN KANE- 9FFICB JUfiMar A. D. D'Jff. Rocaiver Fmb. W. Smith. CfaTaMeH VFICCU Tucson j. B. Hambleton. Tombstone V. C Wilson. NoguUa J. M. Wilson. CfeliNTY mmCKU Supervisors Dayid Cohn, Chairman; F. L. MoMKaad-T. J. White. Members. Sheriff .'H. Slaughter. Under Sheriff E. A. SHATTUCK. Treasurer A, J. Ritter. Recorder W."F. Bradley. District Attorney A. R. English. Probatajudge E. R. Monk. Clerk District Court O. H. Daily. Surveyor H. Q. Howe. Public Administrator J. A. Koska Assessor James B. Hennessy. CITT OFFICES Mayor Charles N. Thomas. Chief of Police-Q. W. Oaks. Treasurer J. I.. Melgrkn. City Attorney James Keilly. Auditor and Recorder M. G. Crowley. City Assessor G. W. Chapman. City Engineer H. B. Maxson. Councilmea First Ward. H. E. Lea; Sec ond Ward. Jos. Lippert; Third Ward. G. R. Watt; Fourth Ward, S. C. Bagg UlttUi'S STAGE LINE. Stag to connect with wcstern-bouud train leaves at 11:4s p. is. Sage to connect with eastern-bound train leaves at 11:45 p. so. Stag to connect with Guaymas train leaves at 7:00 a. m. BLANKS. Loctihoticts, Justices? blanks, ap plicant te the new Code, mining bonds and deeds, and all blanks commonly in nit, for salt at this office. 'LOOAL HAPPENINGS. Crock and glassware, carpets, fur itrao waJl-t paptr, wholesale and retail, . '- r ;' ' The best butter irr town at Wolcotts The J. H. White brand.. Send to) Bagg for samples of wall paper if you live out of town. Perforated Mat, per doten at Bang's dining chairs, $10 The celebrated J. H. White butter can be bought 'only at Wolcott's. This is gilt edaje. ' letiee Oaaad after April ist, weekly ice tick et will be loMfrrSi and upwards. Ice to' weekly customers, will not be delivered wkaoet tickets . tt . SOUIHWESTERN ICK CoX .." . -- , IsnU tke Tailot iWjust received a full line of foreign and dometficCasslmers, suitable for fall and winter suits. He guarantees to please hls'customers as to style, price aad quality. Under 'the Occidental Hotel, Allen street.' Give him a calL 0 ROYAL. ARCH MASONS. Stated meetings on third Wednesday of each month. Notice of special meet ings by chapter flag. Sojourning com panions cordially invited. 1 G. W. Cheyney.H. P. C. D. Reppy, Secretary. 1 . o e 0 Wall paper from 15 cents to $1.50 at Bagg's. Hicks & Walter are furnishing the trade with a superior article of soda and sarsaparilla. They are also importers of all kinds of mineral water. Good Brussels carpet 75 cts per at Bagg's. yard 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 oi bodies for removal' a specialty. Orders filled iajuty part of the county. A. J. RlTTER. o , lew Store. Paul Bahn is oflering to the people of Tombstone and the county in general, some of th best bargains in groceries and liquera ever offered in this county. His stock i new fresh and desirable caaaed goods, wines, candles, in fact every thing sold in a first class grocery store is Dcrag aiu uy, uu at Fairbank prices. ' o ' JUST RECEIVED. My new fruit trees : Peach, Apricot and Apple.tr.e9s. Also Roses and Car aatioa Piajw,. at the Fulton street Nurscrr. between Second and Third streets, Tombstone, Arizona. William Brauch, Proprietor. a O TREES AND PLANTS. Eastern trees and small fruits for late plaatinr; and the largest and best assort ment of house, yard and garden plants ever offered in Arizona, for sale by J. H. Tattle, 2d street, between Allen and Fre rneat, Tombstone. All wool j-ply carpet at Bagg's. PAY UP. All persons indebted to Reppy & Peck are requested to settle their accounts within 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. a Mucha lltieva. King Solomon Lodge meets to-night. Everybody drinks milk shake at Peto's drug store. 0 Native silver has been struck in the Copper Queen mine, at Bisbee. ) If you go to church to- morrow it will be unnecessary to pray for rain. Milk shake drink at Peto's. is the popular summer U. S. Marshal are in the city. W. K. Meade and wife Ex-Governor S.fford and wife paid Tombstone a visit this week. blight washouts have delayed trains on the Southern Pacific and Sqnora road. o Prof. Douglas and Ben Williams, of the Copprr Queen, evening. came in town last W. B. Hopkins, formerly of.. Tomb stone, has been appointed constable in Tucson. Charley Tweed came in from Bisbee Thursday, suffering with a sudden illness. 1 . Miss Minnie Hart has been quite ser iously ill in Los Angeles, but she is re covering. Mrs. A. H. Bayless returned last Sun day from a three months' visit to her old home in Kansas. Governor Zulick has appointed Judge John A. Rush attorney general, vice Briggs Goodrich, deceased. . Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gage departed Thursday for the East, and expect to be absent a month or six weeks. The production of the Bisbee copper mines., in this county, is only exceeded by five copper mines in the world. o a The senate has passed the bill to place John C. Fremont on the retired list of the army, as Major-General . o Milk shake cheers but does not in ebriate, and is the best temperance drink ever concocted. Try it at Peto's drug store. 0 Residents of Filth street, between Fremont and Saflbrd, are making sub stantial improvements in the way of high board fences. Judge and Mrs. W. H . Barnes return ed this week from a visit East, and the Judge is now in Tombstone holding a special term of Court. o . H . E. Lea, a competent engineer, has secured a lease on the city waterworks at a nominal rent. This is an institution which should be encouraged. . o ' The recent heavy rams have interfered with the graders on the Bisbee railroad. The small culverts being put in do not carry away the floods tn the arroyas. 0 Ex-chairman of the Board of Supervis ors, David Cohn, returned to Tombstone, this week after several months' visit to the Fatherland. Dave sports a Cleve land hat. 0 Hapeman and Thomas, formerly of the Tombstones, are now playing with the Las Vegas team. They were defeated at Albuquerque last Sunday by a score Of 3 tO I. -jj. - It is said the Copper Queen Compiny's store in Bisbeee is doing a business of $1,000 a day, and that the camp is very lively, notwithstanding it is a one com pany camp. o During the heavy thunderstorm on Tuesday afternoon, nr. Goodfellow, who is something of Jan amateur photographer, took some excellent instantaneous views of flashes of lightning. o Jas. McNair, a scenic artist of Kansas City, is at present at work on a new drop curtain for the Elite Theatre. It is very handsome, and will contain a number of advertisements. A youth says he loaned a Bird Cage girl $35 last evening "till she could go home." As the money was not forth coming this morning, he swore out a warrant, before Justice Easton, for her arrest. a At the Elite Theatre to-morrow night a benefit will be given to Joe Bignon, the popular proprietor . 1 he programme promises to be unusually attractive, em bracing one of the best sparring matches ever in this city. o In future orders promulgating the pro ceedings of 'courts martial in the depart ment of Arizona, will embrace in full the charges and specifications, showing the actual offenses of winch the prisoner was convicted. o During the past week several thousand registration blanks were printed at the Epitaph office, and are now in the hands of the different Justices of the Peace throughout the county, all of whom are authorized registration officers. Every person must register anew this year. It is important that foreign botn citizens should produce their naturalization papers, unless the date of their naturali- zation appears on some former register. It they have lost their certificate of citi zenship, the affidavit of some one who has known them for five years will be re quired. o On Thursday last Isaac Stone and Seraphina Granros were married in this city by Justice Shearer. The lady had just arrived from Finland. The Epitaph extends the customary congratulations. o a J. E. Smith, the northwestern corres pondent of the Chicago Times, during the Cheyenne and Sioux troubles in Da kota, and a train dispatcher of no little repute, is at present foreman of track construction for the Southern Pacific railroad at Pantano.- Star. o Among those registered at the head quarters of the National Educational Association, now in session in San Francisco, are the following from Tomb stone: P. L. Seamans, Mrs. R. Eccles ton, Mrs. Louise W. Howe, Mrs. W. F. Bradley, Miss Josephine Bootes aad Miss Gertrude D. Howe. Col. Herring and Under Sheriff Shat tuck have located a rich prospect oy the Charleston road below Last "Chance. A Mexican discovered croppings in the road which went several hundred lol- lars to the ten. There is quite an ex citement in the neighborhood . o A cowboy walked into the Bank of La Junta, Col , on the 14th inst., and covering Rufus Phillips with a revolver, ordered him to drop all the fundi of the bank into a bag he placed on the counter. The cashier complied with alacrity, and the daring robber at once mcunted a horse and escaped. The amoun ; of loss is variously estimated from $16,000 to $20,000. There is no clue to the robber. o The nine Apache Indians who were recently tried in the United Statos court at Phenix, were brought here las: night by Deputy U.S. Marshal Breckenridge who was accompanied by lour o'her guards. They will be Jaken to Colum bus, Ohio, to serve out their sentences, all of which are for long terms. Deputy Marshal Breckenridge and guards will probably leave to morrow night with the prisoners. Star, i8th. o 0 The school directors of Tombstone district have appointed the following teachers for the ensuing year : Mr. G. A. Metcalf, Misses Herring, Hart, Owsley and Hennessy. With the ex ception of Miss Owsley, who takes Miss Bootes' place, the old teachers were re appointed. "Old" is not exactly the cor rect adjective to use in connection with such an array of intellect, youth and beauty, but the reader will understand. The corps is an excellent one, and could not be improved upon. Mrs. Holland us retained as janitress.. - 1 o KILLING NEAR SAN BERNARDINO RANCH. Green C. Bush came in last night and gave himself up to the Sheriff and gave the following account ef a tragedy which took place near San Bernardino ranch last Wednesday: On that day Jacob; Baker rode up to Bush's house and shot his dog and asked if he "wanted any of it." He abused Bush and rode off, but sub sequently returned and renewed the difficulty. In the meantime Bush had gone to the house and got his gun, and when Baker rode up a fight took place which resulted in his death. a O a THE BUSTED BOOM. One year ago we promised people that if they would save up their money for a year they could purchase more real es tate for one hundred dollars than one thousand would have purchased. So it has turned out. What has become of the innumerable dunces who paid from $500 to $2,000 and more, for desert lots away out on the desert, the Lord only known where. Such lots can now be purchased for a very poor song. A citizen paid $250 for a lot of that sort, which he now wants to sell for $35, but could not stll for so many cents. The craze is over and people who were gulled now realize that which we tried to impress on their minds before they parted with their money. Los Angeles Porcupine. ONLY THE FORCE OF HABIT. "Does the razor hurt you?" No reply. "Is the draft too strong?" No reply. " "Shall I shut the door?" No reply. 'Think Cleveland will be re-elected?" No reply. "Awful fire in New York last night" No reply. 1 iljj "Shave you pretty close?" J No reply. " "Getting very warm now." No reply. "That was a heavy thunder-storm last night." No reply. "Shampoo?" .. , No reply. "Trim your hair up a little?" No reply. "Briliantine on the mustache?" No reply. "Bay rum?" No reply. ' Then Benny, who was all alone in his shop, sat down greatly refreshed. He had been shaving himself. Ayer's Hair vigor has long held the first place, as a hair-dressing, in the esti mation of the public. Ladies find that this preparation gives a beautiful gloss to the hair, and gentlemen use it to prevent baldness and cure humors in, the scalp. THREATENED BBBF FAMINE. Supply of Good Cattle Nearly Exhausted, vance In the Price. Ad- The St. Louis Republican says: The leading cattlemen now in the city re port that the. supply of good cattle is more nearly exhausted now than for many years. The upward turn in the prices caused by the decreased receipts of heavy cattle which had until then been almost a drug, began May 26, and since then there has hardly been a day when there were enough beef cattle received at this point to supply the de mand. In twenty days prices have made a. greater advince than has ever made before in tin- history of Kansas City., Cattle which would have sold three weeks ago or $4.50 per hundred weight were purchased for shipment for New York and $6 per hundred weight was paid for them. The high prices and excited market would have brought a flood of cattle to market this week, if they were in the country to come, but in stead tif great runs there has not been nearly .as many as were wanted, and un der the active competition for those that did come, prices jumped even more ex citedly than they did last week. The fact! that the high prices have not brobght more cattle to market is not the only reason .for believing that the supply is about exhausted. Live stock commission-men keep a pretty close watch over the number, of cattle that are likely to come to market. The statement is made that last year that members of the Kansas City , exchange, could, among themselves from positive information, count 100,000 goad corn fed beef cattle in the territory which ships to Kansas City. Now"vith the same facilities for knowing where the cattle are it is stated that the sum total of all they can count will not exceed $,000. Speculators dur ing the past few days here, and at Chi cago have sent out t thousands of tele grams all over the country to every man they know to own a few cattle, offering to buy all he had and willing to pay any price for them. Thursday is the day of largest receipts in Chicago, and with all these telegrams the run there was far short of the demand and the market was perhaps more excited and made larger advances than on any other this season . One bunch of steers sold for $7 a hun dred weight. Cattle are advancing even more rapidly in Europe than they are here, and the export demand at New York is heavier than it has been for a long time. It will be about thirty days before range cattle in condition for beef will be coming in any number. During that time beef eaters will depend upon the corn fed cattle from the farms, and speculators, will draw , their telegraphic drag-net over the country from coast to coast, time. and again, and the indications now are that every good beef steer in the country will be caught in the meshes and brought to market. Whether this pro cess will bring -in enough cattle to sup ply the demands of beefeaters, and. how high prices will climb during that time, is an interesting matter of conjecture, as well as to the general public as to the hundreds of discouraged cattlemen who at least see iheir day of good fortunes drawing. , THE ROMANCE OF PITHOLE. (Bufialo Express) 1 A few days ago the Thomas Holmden farm of about 100 acres at Pithole City, Pa , was sold for taxes. The property brought a trifle-less than $100. No bet ter illustration could be furnished of the vicissitudes of the oil business than the sale of this once bonanza property. The farm was the center of the great Pithole il development in 1865 and 1866 and during this period was sold to the Garden City Petroleum Company of Chicago for $1,500,000. Of this sum $750,000 was in cash. The history of Pithole reads like a tale rom the "Arabian Nights." In 1894 there was nothing to mark the place but a single 'farm house occupied by Mr. Thomas Holmden and his family. Oil developments were working that way from Oil Creek, six miles distant, and in January 1865, the United States well was drilled on the Holmden farm . It started off at the rate of 250' barrels a day. At that time oil was selling at $8 a barrel. The excitement over the strike was intense and spread to the remotest part of the country and even to Europe. The city of Pithole had a growth never before equalled in the world, and doubt less will never be. In nine months it had a population of from 12,000 to 15,000. The receipts at the postoffice at Pithole for the quarter ending December 31, 1865, were: For stamps, $3,240.10; other sources, $1,084.94; total, $4,325.04. The number of letters mailed at that time was 160,000 and about the same number received. From September 25th, 1865, to February 13th 1866, more than 20,000 letters were advertised. The first time the Holmden farm changed hands after the oil excitement began, Farmer Holm dtn sold it to Duncan, Prather & Co., for $25,000. Mrs. Holmden refused to join in the deed, and the purchasers paid her $50,000 to overcome her objections. It was not long-after this until the Chicago company paid $1,500,000 for the farm. When Pithole was at the zenith of its prosperity it undoubtedly had a popula tion of 20,000. The postoffice business at times was larger than Pittsburg, and only second to Philadelphia. To-day there is nothine left of the wonderful town but the ruins of a Methodist church It is an absolute fact, that you have to "let down the bars" to get into what was once Pithole, the site of the town being now a pasture field. In two months after the first well was struck, Pithole had a daily newspaper, four pages, six columns to thepage, print ed on breveir and nonpareil type. It was a metropolitan newspaper in every sense, and was only less valuable than some of the big oil wells. a O Words cannot express the gratitude which people feel for the benefit done by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Long standing cases of rheumatism yield to this remedy when all others fail to give relief. This medicine-thoroughly expels the poison from the blood. . ' 'i.'.'i . 7- t ..FIGURE IT OUT. Put down in figures the year in which you were born, to this add 4, then add your age at your next birthday, provided it comes before January 1, otherwise your last birthday; multiply result by 1000, from this deduct 677,423, substitute for the figures corresponding letters of the alphabet as A for 1, B for 2, C for 3, D for 4, etc. The result will give the name by which you are popularly known. a O a Suioide. Dr. Flint's heart remedy has saved more lives, by timely use, and has- kept, from suicide or insane asylum more vic tims of nervous disorders,' than all the physicians with their pet methods of treatment. At druggists $1.50. Des criptive treatise with each bottle; or ad dress J. J. Mack & Co., S. F. We are now prepared to draw drafts direct, issue letters of credit, and transfer money by mail, and cable, on all points of Europe Asia, Africa and Australia. tc vv. wood. Cashier Bank of Tombstone F. N . Wolcott's Cash Store is now ready for business at the new location in the Otis building, on Fremont street, near the Postoffice. The choicest and freshest groceries at the lowest cash prices. J-l a ' NEW PLANTS AND ROSES JUST RE CEIVED. .. j Wm. Brauch, the Fulton street nur seryman and florist, has just received a large consignment of roses, geraniums, coleus, bigonias, carnation pinks, helio tropes, &c. The plants arrived in ex cellent condition and are offered cheap. More than one hundred varieties of roses and geraniums. Call and see the new stock. Wm. Brauch. Second and Fulton Streets. W o Wolcott buys and sells for cash and hence cannot be undersold. Furniture dirt cheap at G. E. Kohler's. . o T lohn M. Learv is makine a special drive in ladies' shoes at,$i per pair. Be sides he has the largest ana best' selected stock of best makes of ladies', gents' and children's shoes ever displayed in this city. Genuine hand-sewed work at less than city prices. Buckingham & Hecht's celebrated goods kept constantly on hand. Peoale who order 'shoes by mail from the East make a great mistake, as' thev can be better suited at Leary's for less money. Give him a trial and 'see if this statement is not correct. a a 1 LETTER LIST. The following letters remain uncalled for In the post-office at Tombstone, Arizona, for the week ending July 31, 1888: Armstrong. WJ Mathews, H M tsogan, jonn Carroll, A I Gallagher. TV Uerould, M L McKay, Kobt Mills. D V Mitchell, Thos Olivas, Geo Pender. John Rockaian. E Seawell, Thos W Shaklee, W.D tohnson, Billy nhnson, W S :-ller. Chas Lean. M B Smith, Mrs Jas SPANISH. Juan Fe Hohsler luana Barelo Any person calling for any of the above let ters will please ay "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 enemy, malaria, be fore it has a chance to 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 constipaiion, 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 medicine as a means of defence against the frequent visitation of miasma. Those in deli cate health, and the aged and the enfeebled, -hould in every instans resort to this signal in vigo.ant. Use it for weak nerves. Summons. In the Justice's Court, of Precinct No. One, County of Cochise, Territory of Arizona, Be fore Ino. C Easton, a Justice of the Peace. Joseph Hoefler, Plaintiff, vs. A. Baldridge,( nnn.resident. Defendant. Action brought in said. Jus'!ce's Ceurt, and the complaint filed in J the said tourt Dy tne saia usuce 01 k inei Peace In the said County of Cochise. t ' '1 he Territory of Arizona sends greeting to A D.Mriftna ft nnn.n.ciH.nt rfofonffant. r You are hereDy summoned ana reqmrea, to appear in an action orougnt against you by the above named plaintiif in ,the said Justice's Court, before said ustice of the feace, ai ms oiucc un nucu aucci, wity vt Tombstcne, Cochise County aforesaid, and to answer the said complaint filed, therein, with'n' five days (exclusive of the day of service) arter 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 rorHincr tn the nraver of said comnlaint. The said action is brought to recover a judgment against ytiu lor the sum ot $399-75, aue Y our account for goods and merchandise heretofore so'd and delivered to you by Plaintiff, at your special instance and request, and you ore hereby notified that if you fail to 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. Given under my hand at my said office this 6th day of July, A. D, 1888. J no. C Easton, Justice of the Peace in and for said Precinct, I County and Temtory. ELECTION NOTICE. Registration of Voters. Notice is .hereby given 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 EpiTAPHfrom now until the General Election to be held in said County on November 6, 1888. Byorder of the Board. ' - Wm: D. MdNMONiEK, Clerk. Notice of Sale of Real Estate. TJotice is hereby given, that -in pursuance of JJl an order of the Probate Court of the County of Cochise, Tenitory of Arizona, made on the 36th day of December 1886, in the matter of the estate of Ambios Lyall, deceased, the under signed, the administrairator of said estate, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash and subject to confirmation by said Probate Court on Monday the 28th day of May 1888, at 10 o'clock a. m. at Soldier Holes Ranch, Sul phur Spring Valley in the County of Cochise, all the right, Utle, interest and estate of the said Ambros Lyall at the time of his death, and all the right, title and interest thai the said estate has, by 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, in and to all that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the said County of Cochise, Territory ef Arizona, and bounded and describ ed as lollows to wit: One eigth interest in all the lands owned and controlled by the Soldier Hole Cattle Company in Cochise county Territory oi Arizona known as Soldier Holes cattle ranch and Ranges, at and adjacent to .Soldier Holes, Sul phur Spring 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 sal;, balance on confirmation of sale by said Probate Court. Deed at expense of purchaser, Joel Lyall, Administrator. By R. E. Wilson, attorney for estate of Ambros Lyall, deceased. Dated at Tombstone, April 35, 1888. Sale of Personal Property. "VTotice is hereby given that in pursuance of an Ll oraer of the Probate Court of the County of Cochise. Territory of Arizona nude on the tzst (day of December 1886, fat the matter of the signed the Administrator of said Estate, will sell at public auction to the highest and best bid der for cash and subject to confirmation by the said Probate Court on Monday the 38th day of May, 1888, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day at Soldier Holes ranch in Sulphur Spring Valley in the County of Cochise, all ihe 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 crease up to this time, that belonged to the late Ambros Lyall, deceased, at the time of his death on what is known as the Soldier Holes Ranch, in the County of 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 35, 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 proportional 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 tlr-ir claims -duly verified to me for allowance; otherwise they shall not receive or take any benefits under said assignment, as is provided by law In such cases. Address the undersigned, at Tombstone, Cochise County, Arizona, tare W. C. Reed. BEN GOODRICH, Assignee. Tombstone, Ariz., May 3, 1888. BILLIARD PARLORS ALLEN STREET, HAFFNER & SHAUGHNESSY, All brands of Fine Liquors Fine Liquors Kept constantly On hand, On Hand, Also the best 'Imported cigars. A I m ported--Ci gars. The best BILLIALD HALL in the city in connection with the saloon. ST. LODIS BEER ON DRAGHT. The Epitaph is turning out as superior a class of commercial job work, such as bill heads, letter heads, statements, etc., as can be procured any where. It is neatly put in pads, without extra charge Call and see samples HHBa9saaaaaHBBB APPI.lCATIMrK PATENT Kt fotlee of UcailaB aUke Cnttast Ml.lag emm, rr rmiesttot. Creat Aaertcaa mala- ciaia. Notice of thaann fonlfnn Af.f.. ?. a lean Mining Company, a conoration. for a pat ent for the Great American Mining Claim situa ted in the bvrisshelm mining district in tba county of Cochise. Territory 01 Arizona" United States Land Office, i m.i : .T"CS0N' Arizona, June6,i8M.f .."" hoby given that IS pursuance of Chapter six, of title thirty-two of the revised statutes of tie United States. The Great Amer can Mining Company claiming fifteen hundred hnearfeetof the Great American vein lodiTor deposit, bearing gold and other mineral, to gether with surface ground six hundred feet in width; said mineral claim, vein, lode or deposit and surface ground beine sltnati-rt in ik. clJZ helm mining district, county of Cochise and Temtory of Arizona, and being more particu larly described in the official field wneTttd pUts thereof filed in the office of the Register of the U. S. Land office at Tucson Arizona, Be ginning at the initial monument marking the Northerly end center of ciaim. at a post four teettong, four inches in diameter set one and a half feet in the ground and sourrouded br a mound of stones, and marked G. A. I. M. No 1 thence south 49; 30" E. variations n r Z feet to the N. K. corner of claim to a pattof same height and diameter, set in the ground and surrounded by a mound of stones, post marked G. A. No. a, thence S 40 30" W 1500 feet to S E corner of claim, toa post oflike dimensions etc. set in the ground and surrounded by a mound ofstones-postmarkedG.A.Na 3 the.ee N 49 30 W 300 feet to the Southerly end center of claim to a post of same dimensions, set in the ground and surrounded by a mound of stones marked G. A. No. 4. thence N ao aoT W 300 feet to SW comer of claim to a post set in the ground and surrounded by a mound of stone post marked G. A. No. 5 which post U also theS E corner post of the Horn Silver Mining claim and from which post the U. S. M. M.N0. tSDbearsSas'so' W383ofeet. thence N 40 3 E 150 feet to NW ooWof claim to a post set in the ground and surround ed by a monument of stones post marked G A No. 6 this post is also the NE corner post of Horn SUver mining claim, thence S 40 30' E 300 feet to monument and post G. A. I. M. No. 1. the placeor beginning and containing so 66.100 acres. The said mining claim being of record in the offioe of the Recorder of Deeds at Tomb stone in the county and territory aforesaid. The S resumed general course or direction of the said rreat American mining claim, vein, lode or mia. end deposit being shown upon the plat filed with said register, as near as can be determined from present developments, this claim being for isoo linear feet through, together with the suraca ground shown upon the official plats filed as aforesaid the said vein, lode and mining prem ises hereby sought to be patened being bounded as follows to wit: On the Northwest by the "Horn Silver mining claim" on the Southeast by the "Foraker Mining claim" saiddaim being designated as lot 41 in the official plat aforesaid. Any and all persons claiming adversely the mining ground, vein lode, premises or any por tion thereof so discribed, surveyed, platted aad applied lor. are hereby notified that unless thesr adverse claims are duly filed according to law, and tne regulations thereunder, within the time perscribed by law with the Register of the U. S. Land Offioe at Tucson in the Territory of Ari zona, they will be bound by virtue of the provis ions of said statute. Audit is hereby ordered that this notice be published for the ten consecutive weeks in the Tombstone Weekly Epitaph, a newspaper pub lished weekly at Tombstone Cochise county in the Territory of Arizona. A. P DUFF. Register. ArrucATrair foe patent n. m. ffotlee r Applleatlaa T tke Creat Assert eaa HIbIbx C. far pateat to the era silver Hialax Claiaa. Notice of the application of the Great Ameri can Mining Company, a corporation, for a patent for the Horn Silver mining claim, vein, lode or mineral deposit, bearing gold, silver and other minerals, situated in the Swissbelm mia ing district, in the County of Cochise and Ter ritory ot Arizona. United states Lanb Office, 1 Tucson, Arizona, June 6, A. D. 1888. Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of chapter six, of title thirty-two of the Revised Statutes of the U, S., the Great American Min ing company, a corporation, claiming fifteen huudred linear feet 01 the Horn Silver mining claim, vein, lode or mineral deposit, bearing gold, silver and other minerals with surfrce ground six hundred feet in width lying and being within the Swisshelm mining district, in the County of Cochise and Territory of Arizona, are about to make application to the United States for a patent for the said mining claim, which is more fully described, as to metes and bounds by the official plat and field notes of survey now on file with the Register of the U. a. Land urhce, at 1 ucson, Arizona, which field notes describe the boundaries and extent of said claim on the surface with magnetic variation at 11 15 east, as follows: Beginning at the initial monument, marking the northerly end center of claim at a post four feet long, four inches in diameter, set one foot in the ground and surrounded by a mound of stones, post marked H. S. I M.No, 1; thence 3 49 3V E variation 11 15 E 300 feet to N E corner of claim to a post of like size, height, etc., as the other, and marked on W side H. S, No. 3 this post is also the NW comer of the Great American mining claim thence S 40 3c W 1500 feet to the S E corner of claim at a post marked on W side H S No 3, which is also the S W corner of the Great American mining claim and from which post the U. S. M. m! No. 1, S D bears S 35 50' W 3830 feet ; thence N 49 30 W to the southerly end center oi claim to a post marked HS No 4; thence N 4930 W 300 leet to the S W corner of claim to a post marked H S No 5 ; thence N 40 30' E fifteen hundred feet to the N W corner of claim at a post marked H S No 6; thence S 49 30' E 300 feet to monument and post HSIMNot, toe place 01 Deginning ana containing 30.66 acres. The said mining claim being of record in the office of the recorder of deeds, at Tomb stone, in the county and territory aforesaid. The presumed general course or directiou of the said Horn Silver mining claim, vein, los or mineral deposit being shown upon the plat filed with the Register aforesaid, as near as can be determined by present developments. This claim being far 1500 linear feet thereof together with the surface ground shown on said official plat filed as aforesaid; the sisid vein. lode and mining claim hereby sought to be patented being bounded as follows, to-wit: OntheSE by the Great American mining claim; said claim being designated as lot No. 42, on the official plat aforesaid. Any all persons claiming adversely the min ing ground, vein, lode, premises or any portion thereof so described, surveyed, plated and ap plied for are hcrsby notified that unless then adverse c'aims are duly filed according to law, and the regulations thereunder, within the time prescribed by law, with the Register of the U. S. Land Office at Tucson, Arizona, they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of said statute. And I hereby order that this notice be pub lished for ten consecntive weeks in the Tomb stone Epitaph, a newspaper published weekly at Tombstone, Arizona. A. D. DUFF, Register. 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