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TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, JULY J, 1S82. OFFICIAL JOUKNAI. OF TOMUSTONK PUBLISHED BY THE Epitaph Printing and Punishing Go Mamufl l'unly, Killtor and Slnun-xer. Office, 325 aud 3J7 Fremont Street, Totubetonc. Arizona. BiiBscnirTioN rnicx: Of ly .(JeUvsreil by rrler)....S5 cent per week. Dally, una year $10 00 Dally, Bix months 6 09 Dally.three months 3 00 Weekly, one year 5 00 vVeckly, six months S 50 Weekly, threo months 1 W PfKntcredat the Tombstone postofflccm sec ond class matter. For Delegate, to Congress, Granville H. Ourj For Superintendent of Public Instruction, W. B. Horton. TUr. T VRIFF COI13IISHIO.. The members comprising tho Tariff Commission have deoided to hold their meetings at Long Branch. The manufacturing and commercial, not to say agricultural interests of that port, render it peculiarly suitablo for the easy collection of the kind of knowledge that is especially needed in formulating a model and unex ceptionable tariff. Perhaps it will not afford sucli a broad and compre hensive view of tho subject as might bo obtained from tho White Mount ains; but as this is a cool summer it will, perhaps, furnish a raoro accurate insight into particulars. Tho prompt ness and firmness with which tho Commission seized upon tho Long Branch idea, and tho harmony which characterized tho disoussions are full of promise. R. B. Hayes, for whom, it will be remembered, John Sherman, Zach Chandler and others, .stole the Presidency from Samuol J. Tilden, is president of tho Commission, ana is doubtless happy for being a legal president once in his life. However, U he proves to bo as big a fraud and hypocrite as when in the White House, there is little hopo for tariff reform. Tho EriTAPu will not be badly disappointed if tho tariff com mission proves to be a bilk. We have heretofore expressed tho opinion that Congress should regulate the tariff without delegating its functions - -tb a nondescript body, without power ot revision, or aught else than recom mending. But such a body if con stituted by the proper men, might have made some usoful recommenda tions, but as it is, there is no weight attaohed to it save a high-sounding title. How can a body, such as has been choson, intelligently recom mend reforms to Congress? Safely nestled in u New England town, the hot-bed of protection, how can it be come aware of the abuses the people of this frontier country suffer from the .protective system? Tho com mission will scarcely take tho trouble to inquire how much tho stock raiser, minor, rancher or publisher in Arizona, California, Colorado, Utah) Oregon, and the West generally, is indirectly taxed to support and kcop afloat a mnaufacturing monopoly in Pennsylvania and , New England? People in this section of tho country are very liable to growl at railroad mo nopolies, and wo have no doubt in many cases with justice, but do they ever consider that our infamous pro tictive tariff is tho root of tho ovil? If Congiess levies an inordinato tax on the importations of steel rails and rolling stock", in order to enable tho American manufacturers of these commodities to charge four pricos for them, it must be expected that the railroads will retaliate on tho people for permitting tho abuse. But the timo will como when the system will be exposed to tho gaze of tho people and that is all that is needed to wipe tho present tariff laws from the stat ute books. But peoplo need not look for much enlightenment from the present Commission; that body was packed in tho interest of New En gland and high tariff, and it will so report. It is said that the Board of Super visors of Yavapai county aro going to vote a lifo pension to their lato census inarshall. It should bo writ ten on his tomb that ho was tho " nitlior, expounder and practical operator of the Yavapai plan." General Stoneman will bo elec ted Governor of California by the ,argest majority ever registered for a candidate for similar honors in tho Golden State. The revision of tho codo and other important matters will como before tho next legislature, and nono but competent men should bo elected members. The Atchison, Topeka & Sonta Fe is not a tax-bilking corporation. This company asks for a square deal and nothing more. The campaign against Stoneman, in California, is as devoid of enthu siasm as tho effort to defeat Grant Oury in this Territory. Tho Repub licans in both places are aware that thoy are entering on a losing game and tho chiofs are in no way anxious to offer themselves as sacrifices on tho altars of tho party. Even Tomb stone's singularly modest and retir ing candidate for the Republican nomination is weakening on the racket, and now looks upon Congress as the fox did at tho grapes. Chester A. Arthur's message to Congress vetoing the Chi nese bill, at the suggestion of tho Chinese Minister, has loft the party of moral ideas in a hopeless minority west of tho Rocky Moun tains, and tho biggest corruption fund, wrung by bluckmail from the employees of tho Government can not alter tho result. Grant Oury will bo re-elected Congressional delegate by tho largest majority ever registered for a popular candidate in Arizona. Stoneman's movements through California aro attended like Royal Progresses, all classes of people rallying to tho standard of the gallant chief. Tho Domocraoy of thePacifio Coast was nover in better .fighting trim, and the iJes of November will witness the grandest victory yet re corded on tho banners of the party. Jacob R. Suii-heed, the garrulous president of tho Peruvian oompany, has published a pamphlet containing that portion of his testimony which ho was anxious his fellow citizens should hear, but which the investi gating committee rofused to receive. In tho pamphlet before us Mr. Shipherd devotes his energies chiefly to the task of making it warm for ox-Secretary Blaine, and the latter's journalistic henchman, Whitelaw Reid. -Tho country has long ago passed sentence on Shipherd and the Peruvian Compauy, and tho effort of that gontleman to smirch the character of othors, no matter how culpablo thoy may be, will not whiten him, or increase confidence in his disreputable enterprise Considering that the reports of Arabi Pasha's strength come through British channels, it may be surmised that his army is much more numerous than has been generally supposed. If ho had but a few thousand demoral ized troops under his command it is as nearly certain as a thing could be without absolute proof, that tho English would have attacked him immediately after tho evacuation of Alexandria. As it is, his army is being daily recruited and discip lined, his fortifications strengthened, and his preparations perfected. The English troops won't have a pic , picmo in Egypt. . The desolation of Pleasant valley by the San Carlos wards of the na tion, is another argument in favor of wiping out that nursery of murderers. It is about timo the pioneers of in dustry and civilisation were awarded somo protection by tho Government, and murderers adequately punished, no natter what may bo the color of their skin. It is to be hoped that j General Crook will givo Arizona a vigorous Indian polioy and not only punish the Apaches for future occur rences, but for their past crimes. The now commander comes to Arizona with the hearty welcome and good! wishes of all tho people. Let us hopo that ho will uot disappoint our expectations. The Cabinet has decided that Jay Ilubbell is justified in collecting blackmail from tho employees of the Government, for the maintenance of a corruption fund for the Republi can party. Of course this was to be oxpected. With Arthur in tho White House and Chandler in the Cabinet, political purity and independence is impossible. A glance at our mining review this morning will show that Tomb stone was never in such a prosperous condition, or tho possibilities of her future moro flattering. From all quarters of tho district wo have re ports of now strikes and eager devel opment. Tombstone is booming. J. S. Beittain, a well known at torney, practicing at Bisbee, an nounces this morning that ho is a candidate for Probato Judge of Co chise county. There is no question ing Mr. Brittain'a qualifications for tho office, and if nominated ho will poll a largo vote. An infernal machine, charged with dynamito, was recently sent to tho Premier of Spain. Theso little tools are gradually becoming tho universal agents of European revolutionists. " If Dibble should be tho Republi- can candidate for Congressional del egate, ho will need all his Returning Board experience to keep in sight of Oury. TELEGRAPHIC. GKNEItAL NEWS. The ;reen-Ejcd Montiter. San Francisco, July !2G. Satn'l L., son of Louis Sachs and a mem ber of the prominent importing dry goods firm of Sachs, Heller & Co., shot his wifo at his residence on Van Ness avenuo to-day, and then left the house and has not since been seen. Mrs. Sachs is a daughter of Thomas B. Shannon, late Collector of the Port. Tho wound is not danger ous, tho ball passing through the arm. Cause, jealousy, which the intimates of tho family say is unfounded. Sachs is a Hebrew, his wife a Christ ain. The marriage was distasteful to tho parents on both aides, and the parties eloped. Subsequentlv a re conciliation took place. Sachs lately received anonymous letters accusing his wife of infidelity, and recently assaulted her, knocking her down and kicking her. latee. San Fkancisco, July 26. Sam'l L. Sachs, who shot his wife this after noon in a jealous rage, surrendered to the authorities thi3 evening. A charge of assault with intent to mur der was entered. He was admitted to bail. Indian Territory Turmoil. Muscogee, Ind. Ter., July 26. Great excitement prevails in the western part of the Creek Nation over the killing of a light-horse cap tain named Scott by a party of loyal ists landmen, who made battle to rescue one of their members who was held a prisoner. Captain Scott was shot and torn in the most shocking manner, while one of his men who interfered was fatally wounded. Chief Chicoto has called for volun teers to keep the peace. The citi zens fear a bloo'dy encounter. Central l'aclflc Officers. San Fkancisco, July 26. Tho an nual election of officers of the Cen tral Pacific Railroad Company ro suited in the election of the follow-Di-ectors: Leland Stanford, C. P. Huntington, Chas. Crocker, C. F. Crocker, W. V. Huntington, E. H. Miller, Jr. and E. W. Hopkins. The Directors elected Leland Stanford, President; C. P. Huntington, First Vice-President; Chas Crocker, Sec ond Vice-President; E. H. Miller, Jr., Secretary; E. W. Hopkins, Treasurer. A Lunatic's Freak. Cuicago, July 26. News from the Bridewell says that last night two prisoners, J. Clark and John Pctten gill were confined in the same cell. Pettengill was considered an imbe cile, but not dangerous. This morn ing, however, it was discovered that he had unbuckled Clark's wooden leg during the night, and with it beaten him to death. There seems to bo no doubt it was a crazy freak, though Pettengill refuses to say a word about it. Missouri Uemoerat. Jefferson City, July 26, Tho State Democratic Convention, to nominate a Judge of the Supreme Court, one Railroad Commissioner and a Superintendent ot Public In struction, met at noon to-day. L. N. Lloyd, of Newton county, was chosen temporary chairman, Hugh M. Call secretary. After the appoint ment of the usual business commit tees the convention adjourned until 2 o'clock. Michigan fires. Grand Rapids, July 2G. A fire this morning destroyed tho binding works. Loss, $13,000; insurance, 88,000. Geand Haven, July 2G. A small houso was burned this morning, Miss Anderson and Mrs. Baker being the sufferers. A young child was saved by being thrown from a window. Detroit, July 26. The file at Spring Weill, near the city last night, did 'MfiQO damage. Holler KxpIoHiou. Dorchester, 111., July 26. Tho boiler of a steam thresher exploded on a farm near hero yesterday, and J. N. Mcin was instantly killed, throe houses burned and a stack of wheat destroyed. Acquitted. San Fkancisco, July 26. The caso against J. C. Duncan, of the defunct Pioneer bank, was dismissed te-day, owing to tho failure of important evidence, relied upon by the prose cution. J mice Lynch. New Albany, Ind., July 26. A report from Paelo states that a man named Bandy was lynched and his body thrown into the river for aiding in tho escape of a murderer named Marley. Another American Curillnnl. London, July 26. Most Reverend Patrick A.- Felter, Arohbishop of Chicago, will be appointed Caidinal at tho next consistory. The Bono of Contention. Paris, July 26. The Senate to day discussed the matter of the pro tection of tho Suez canal. TIIU NEWS IN BlllKF. The Archbishop of Montreal issued a pastoral letter denouncing the edi tor of Les Etats Unis, a New York journal published in French. Irish police will bo sent to Corocos to receive O'Brion, arrested on sus picion of killing Lord Cavendish. Tho Wisconsin prohibitionists will run candidates in all the Congres sional districts. Camden, N. J., had an extensive fire yesterday morning. Arabi Pasha has writhdrawn his pickets from Alexandria. WASHINGTON NEWS. Washington, July 26. In tho House, Washburn, of Minnesota, of fered a resolution directing the Sec rotary of the Navy to convene a court of inquiry to investigate the circumstances of the loss in Arctic seas of tho United States exploring steamer Jeannette, and of tho death of Lieutenaut Commawdei DeLong and other of her officers and men, including an inquiry into the condi tion of tho vessel on her departure; into her management; into provisions made for a safe boat's crow, in leav ing tho wreck, and into the general conduct of her officers anil crew. Referred. Washington, July 26. The in ternal revenue bill will be abandoned for tho session in the Senato to-morrow, if the predictions of its friends aio realized. Senator Morrill, who has the bill in charge, said this morn ing that he saw no prospect foi its passage before the adjournment, and Senator Allison said he feared that nothing more could be done with tho measure this session. Senator Harris, who has charge of the naval appropriation, declared point blank to-day that he would take it up to-morrow, and the Demo crats will vote solidly for it. Washington, July 26. In regard to the resolution in tho House re questing the Secretary of he Navy to appoint a board to make an inves tigation in regard to the loss of the Jeanette, it is understood that the Secretary is in hearty accord with this movement, and desires a most searching inquiry into the whole sub ject. The court of inqury is to thor oughly investigate all circumstances attending the loss of tho Jeanette. The wake of the internal revenue bill began in the Senato two days ago, and this evening the lifeless body was laid out to await its doom until the next session, probably for ever. The corpse may be resurrect ed long enough to allow one more vote to be taken on the question of assuring its consideration, but there is no hope that tho subject will be regarded as worthy of dissection. In tho Senato thirty-four senators voted to consider the naval bill and twenty senators stood by the revenue bill to the last. Senators Hale, Hoar, Ingalls, Kellogg, McDill and Plumb voted with the Democrats. The Senate Naval Committee agreed to report favorably to appor tion $25,000 for removing the bodies of Lieut. DeLong and companions from Siberia to America. In tho House, on motion of Wil liams of Wisconsin, a joint resolu tion pasoed granting tho widows of S. A. Hurlbut and Judson Kilpatrick, lito ministers to Peru and Chili, the full amount equal to their husbands' salary for one year. WAsm.NoroN, July 2?. The cab inet had several discussions over the river and harbor bill. Nono of the members have said they favor a veto, but general sentiment is that the measure, as a whole, is a monstrous swindle. The Senate threw out the revenue bill for the session by taking up the navy bill, which was discussed at length. After an exeautive session they adjourned. Washington, July 27. Secretary Chandler stated to-day that he was satisfied Rear Admiral Nicholson, commanding the European station, had acted in a discreet and proper manner in all he had dono for the protection of American interests at Alexandria. Washington, July 27. In the star-route cases, Merrick moved this morning for & wile upon A. C. Bucll, editor of the Capital, to show cause why ho should not be punished for contempt of Court, for an article pub lished in that paper July 20d. He had charged Walsh with perjury, falsehood, and had used other abusive and libellous language. Ho also de sired a rule upon Buell, Helm, Ring walk and E. W. Brady, representa tives and trustees of tho Critic, and upon O. K. Harris, one of the editors of that paper, for similar abuse of Walsh and of ex-Attorney-General MoVeagh and ex-Postmaster-General James. Merrick wished filed a mo tion to serve upon the othor side and would call them at tho proper time. The Court granted permission. Washington, July 27. In the star-route cases this morning Walsh was re-called and made somo correc tions in his testimony. He was very sharply cross-examined. Washington, July 27- In the House the Senate bill amending tho copyright statute, was passed. ltepuiilicans IMsole. Richmond, Va., July 27. The Republican Central Committee straight-outs met to-day and decid ed to postpone the call for a State convention indefinitely, and nominat ed Rev. J. M. Dawson, colored, of Williamsburg, for Congressman at large. i Settlement. Jersey City, July 27. The Erie Railway Company offers to accede to the striking freight handlers' in creased demand for wages on the condition that they abandon their union. The condition was rejected. Hnecilv Justice. Wilmington, Del., July 27. Mar tin Bockett whs committod to jail at Hampton Courthouse, Saturdty, for assaulting a white girl, twelvt , ears old. Ho was taken from jail last night andlynohcd. Hoc Cholera ill Illinois. Bloominoton, July 27. The hog cholera wis raging in McClean coun ty. Theie is great mortality among swine, and much alarm is felt by the farmers. Xot ArrcMtol. Richmond, July 26. Neither Wise nor Ciocku hao been arrested for engaging ir the duel. A Detective Fine. New Okleans, July 26. This evening the steamboat Yankton, for Atchafalaya river, soon after leaving the wharf, blew out her forward flue. E. Quartrovona, first clerk, was slight ly injured and blown overboard, but was rescued. Dava Hawkins, second clerk, was badly scalded and cannot recover. Mike Young, first mate, was scalded and blown overboard, but was rescued. The second mate also was scalded (colored). The fireman was instantly killed. Ten colored deck hands were more or less injured. Many of them jumped into the river. Some were picked up by skiffs, but it is believed that three or four were drowned. None of the passengers were injured. An International Rpisode. Fort Totten, Dak., July 27. The Turtle Mountain Indians, from Can ada, have crossed tho lino and order ed off white settlers, aud refused to pay customs assessed against them by the Pembina agency. They claim the right to lands and deny the legal ity of laws "levying taxes on them. Their chief, Little Shell, says, " We recognize no boundary lino, and shall pass as we please.' At least seventy-five half-breeds have moved over, and all are pugnacious. Military in terference seems necessary. A JUoney-ninklrJc Clerk. Lakamie City, Wy., July 27. Jesse Tannobaum, a dry goods clerk in the employ of J. Kilmer was ar rested last night for embc7zlement of his employer's money. He was de tected by means of marked money, thirty-five dollars of which were found on him when arrested. He admitted having stolen $3,100 during his employment. He is in jail here. Probably a Prematuie lteport. Chicago, July 27. A statement was cabled here to-day and published to the effect that tho Pope had de cided to confer a Cardinal's hat on Archbishop Felter, of this diocese. Tho Archbishop declined to be seen, but his private secretary stated that no official notification had been received. .tuners' Strike. Cumberland, Md., July 27. A conference between the strikers and representatives of the coal companies ended without any result. The new Central company notified miners that unless they accepted the company's terms by Friday foreign labor would be introduced. Fierce Forest Fires. East Towas, Mich., July 27. Great forest fires are reported raging near here. A number of buildings have been burned, and a great amount of crops and fences. Far mers aio driving away stock and sending their families to places of safety. A Hallway Accident. Chicago, July- 27. The Evening Journal's special from McGregor, Iowa, says that two freight trains collided four miles (ram there last night on tho M.&St. Paul road. The fireman, M. Hibbard, and two tramps were killed, and several persons in jured. het Will Take a Kent. Boston, July 27. i'he President has accepted the invitation to become the guest next month of h. prominent New York gentleman, at Bar Har bor, Maine. The trip is solely for rest, and no formalities will be ac cepted there or en route. Unexplained Murder. Leavenworth, July 27. Last night John O'Neal, a guard in the military prison at the fort, shot Provost-Sergeant John Henry through the heart. There is no explanation of the murder. O'Neil refuses to discuss it. The Pennsylvania Huddle. Philadelphia, July 27. The In dependent Republican committee re pealed all stalwart propositions, and aro framing a reply. Consi-essional Aspirant. Colonia, July 27. Tho Republi cans of the fourth district yesterday renominated Thomas Updegraff for Congress. FOREIGN. British Kifle Team. London, July 26. The following marksmen have been selected as mcmbeis of the British team to go to America to compete in the rifle match: Bates, of 1st Warwick; Boulter, 2d Chasseurs; Caldwell, 1st Berwick; Godsell, Goodyear, and Heap, 6th Lancashire; McVitte and Millis, 2d Notts; Oliver, 3d Kent; Pary, 2d Chasseurs, and Major Pearse. In Boss match at Wimble don, shot at 800, 900 and 1000 yards, under conditions corresponding to those governing the international tnatch, the following scores were made: Caldwell, 78; Goodyear, 65; Heap, 70; McVitte, 72, and Pary 66. THE EGYPTIAN SITUATION. Alexandria, July 27. Intelli gence has been received that Dervish Pasha, on his arrival at Constanti nople, reported that after tho bom bardment of Alexandria the English were engaged in various violences against the inhabitants, then pillaged and burned the town. The water in the Mohmondi canal has not fallen to any considerable extent duiing the last thirty-si hours. It is conceded that the dam burst, or a large body of water escaped. Through strict inquiry and a thorough search of soldiers' kits it is proven the re p rts that the British soldiers looted tho palace at Ramleh was en tirely fake. It is believed tfcat Arabi Pasha receivos daily communications from friends in London, with accur ate accounts of the measures organ ized to oppose him. Tho Khedive receives daily intelligence from tho interior that apart from.Uio military, the officials and respectable classes have net watered in their allegiance to himself. 111! doomed city. A tremenjous conflagration broke out in Alexandria at 2 o'clock this morning, la seen from the harbor the fire seens to be larger than any since since (he bombardment. The fire is belie'ed to have been started by incendiaies. THE jULTAN GROWLS. Constantinople, July 27. The Sultan has 'decided to denounce Arabi Pasha is a traitor. The Sultan received Der(ish P.asha on his return from Egypt very coldly, and com plained becaise ho did not person ally persuadi Admiral Seymour to delay the bonbardment. A SKIBMISU. Alexandria, July 27. Las even ing an attempt was made to surprise the British outposts. The Thirty eighth regiment opened fire and the enemy retreated preciptately. NOT THE PATRIOTS. Alexandria, Julj 27. A dispatch states it has been proved that Be douins and the Khedives servants really did the looting at Ramleh. MAY RIGHT PREVAIL. London, July 27. General orders have been issued for a large portion of the expeditionary force to embark AN ENGLISH DEFEAT. Alexandria, July 27. Threaten ing activity, with Arabi Pasha's line increasing. Alexandria, July 27. An official telegram from the rebel government, dated Cairo, July 26th, says: Arma ments continue on an extensive scale. Volunteers aro arriving. Another dispatch says the British have been defeated in two engagements, leav ing forty killed. TURKEY TO TAKE A HAND. Constantinople, July 27. The Turkish delegates declared their readiness at the conference yester day to dispatch Turkish troops to Egypt at once under conditions iden tical with the other powers. The first detachment leaves in a few days. ARAM TO THE SULTAN. Alexandria, July 27. Arabi Pasta has written the Sultan as fol lows: " I trust it is a falsehood of the enemies of Islam that Ottoman troops are coming to Egypt, as I should have to oppose them by force." MORE BOMBARDING. Alexandria, July 27. The gar rison at Aboukir having refused to surrender the forts,, they will prob ably be bombarded Friday. . Arctic Explorers. Tomsk, Siberia, July 26. A steam er will start for St. Petersburg to morrow with Engineer Melville and two sailor?, lost on the Jeannette. Lieutenants Berry and Gilder, and other officers of the burned steamer Rodgers will return from Irkusk to the Lena Delta, in order to follow. During the winter the coast of the frontier of European Russia will be searched, completing Engineer Mel ville's search to Glensk. Turkey's Position. London, July 20. The News says: The statement that Turkey had con sented to send troops to Egypt is misleading people. The Porte has not recognized the appropriateness or suggestions to send troops, and now proposes to discuss the condi tions under which they shall bo sent, a process which will be carried out in accordance with the Turkish na tional diplomacy. Iteslcnatlon or a Judge. Dublin, July 2C. Judge Fitz gerald, Baron of the Exchequer, Ireland, finally resigned his office, owing to objections to the duties imposed upon him under tne repres sion bill. Taffy for Old Vic London, JulyiiG. In the House of Com mons an address, thanking the Queen for calling out the reserves, was approved without discussion. BILLIARDS ! P. LIESENFELD, (KstabllHhed 1830 ) Maiiufao turo r. Sole Agent for the Only genuine PATENT STEEL PLATE CUSHION Guaranteed for ten years The Moat Elegant Stock of Illll'nrd mid '001 lames on me jacinc uoasr. F. XjIHSENFaQT-jri, Manufacturer of IMUIard. I'ool anil Jlneatelie Tablet, And Assignee for the Patentee of the NEW PATENT POOL ATTACHMENT. 945 Folsom St., Near 6th., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL , Onaccouutof removing to ray new quarters, an the saving of rent the property being my on n 1 wlllnow sell goods 20 per cent Use than any other house on the Pacific Coast- t2- SK.M) FOK CATALOCSltrr". Lawrence Collins, VTATIVE Ol" NEWCASTLE WE8T.COUNTA JJX Limerick. Ireland Left Ca t'ornio, where he worked in tho mines for many years, about ten years ago to go to Arizona Age, If living, 49 years. Any one knowing of htm or bis where abouts, will greatly oblige by communicating with nis Droioer, jiicnaei 10111ns, x.w jicmenune "Street, han Francisco, Cal. jyl6 lm dw Notice to Creditors. E jltllAlJa UC UCiUUUL 1, HUOiSI.lJlj, Ui ceased Notice Is hereby ghtn brtheun dersigncd, administrator of the estate of George T. Itusscll, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the salddecased, to exhibit tbem with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator, at the office of the l'robato Judge, Booms 1 and 2, Uinlng Exchange Bu lding, at Tombstone, In the connty of Cochise. E. J. B1CKELL, Administrator of the Estate of (Jcorgc T. lias sell, deceased. Dated at Tombstone, July 22, 1883 jy23 4w w MONTGOMERY & BENSON OF THE O K Corral, Ilalngsacd all their Stock aud Buggies, are located at the Arizona Corral. Persons wleblng their teams can order them at the Arlzonu Corral, or at the old stand,, First Publication June 21, 1882 Appplication, Ko. 14 for n Patent to the Molbrook Mining; Claim U. H. LiND OrticK, i Tccson, Arizona, June If, 18S2 ( Notice is hereby given hiatal phonse Larzard and Horace Jones, by Messrs. Morgan & btephens, attorney?, whose poelotllce ad dress la Tucson, Arizona, have this day filed their application for a patent for 1493 linear feet of the Holbrook mine or vein, bearing copper and other minerals, together with surface gsfknd, about M8 feet in width, situated la WarrenSrnng District, Connty of Cochise, Arizona, anVdeslgnated by the field notes and official plat on file In this office as Lot No 53; slid Lot No, 63 belcgas follows, to wit: Beginning on the center monu ment of the western md of the claim at a pine pot 4x4 Inches square, 4 feet long, painted white, In a monument of rocks, marked 11 W. C, U. S. S , from which discovery shaft 4x6 feet, 11 feet deep, bears 8 75 E 315 feet dlsti nt ; second, a black oak 16 Inches in diameter hears N 77 15 t b7 4 10 feet distant, marked B T. 11. W. C; from post II . W. C. run S'W W 16a S 10 feet to in tersect the eastern side line of the Baxter mining claim, Lot No. 52, running N 11' SO W, and Join Inn two posts, one marked B. M. C. No. 5, and NE comer of Hayes M. C, and is distant from point of intersection (at lb3 610) a 31" 50 K 583 feet; thence ou same conree 25" 35' at 255 5 10 feet toapoet4x41bchcs square, 4 feet long, marked II 8 W. U.S. S.; thence 8 77 SO E 10b 7 10 feet; again intersect the above described boundary line of the Baxter M. C. at 1498 ft.et to SE corarr post of claim 4x4 Inches square, 4 feet long painted white and marked 11 . S. E. U. S. 8 ; thence N 26" 3t E 224 4 10 feet to ca-l end center monument of Holbrook claim, a pine post 4x4 inches square, 4 leet long, painted white, marked H. E. C, thence continue on same course at 290 4 10 feet from E ecd center to NK corner or claim to a pine post 4x4 Inches iquare,4 feet lone, marked II. f.. L. U. S. b.; Itn-nce N 7t" 10 W1.4JU feet to NW corner poet 4x4 Inches square 4 feet long, painted "line, mnrxLU h. . yy. u. a. B irom w hlch U. S. mineral monument No. 1 btars N 32" 25 W, 700 2 10 feet distant; thence S 2535 W, 200 3 10 icev iu me puiui ui ueKiuuint;. variation, it: East, containing 17.83 acres. The Irian yln ml off by the Baxter claim is 10-100, which Is not Claimed, leaving 17 14 luu acres. This mine In situated about half a mine east of the lileoee Smelting works. The location Lotice Is rtcorued In tne Itecordtr's office for Cochise county, A. T., Book of Mines, page 69 of mines, Transcribed Kecords, Cochise con-ity, A. T. Any and ah per sons claiming adversely any portion of said mine, or the snrface ground, are required to file their adverse claim with the Keglsterof IheU. 8. Land Office, at 'Incson, A. T , during the sixty days period ol publication, or they will be barred cy virtue of the provisions of the statute. HENItY COUSINS, Keglster. Silkm, Mono an & fcTHENs, Attorneys Tor Applicant. It Is hereby ordered teat the fongIng notice be published sixty days (ten consecuthe wreks) In the Epitaph a weekly newspaper pn blisne at Tombstone, A. T., which paper Is h? me hereby designated as published nearest such claim. HENRY COUSINb, lleinster. Notice to Creditors. ESTATE OF PATRICK MacMKNEMKR, deceased. No'lce Is hereby given b' the un dersigned, Administrator of the Katats ol Patrick jnonwucuiw. ucwaoni, iu me creuuors or, ana all persons having claims against the said de ceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouch ers, within ten months after the first publication ot this notice, to the said administrator at his place of business at Tasker& Prldhain's store on south east corner of Allen and Fifth streets. In Tomb stone In the said County of Cochise, Torrltory of Arizona. Dated July 15, 1882. .... GEORGE PKIDHAM. Administrator of the Estate of Patrick Mac Menemer, deceased. J22wlmo Notice to Creditors. ESTATE OF M. E. KELLOGG, DECEASED. Notlco Is hereby ghen by the undersigned, administrator of the estate of M. E. Kellogg, de ceased, to exhibit them with tbo necessary vouch ers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said admlntstra.or at his place of business at the store of Tasker t Prldhom on the southeast corner of Allen and Fifth sUcets In Tombstone, in the said county of Cochise, Territory of Arizona. Dated at Tombstone, JnlylS'h 1882 ., , . GEORGE PRIDHAM, Administrator of the Estate of M. E. Kello"g, deceasod. v22 lm w Notice to Creditors. ESTATE OF n. B. COOK, DECEASED. No tice Is hereby given by the undersigned, ad ministrator of the Estate of 11. B Cook, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persors having claims against the salddecased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months alter the first publication or this notice, to tho said admin istrator at bis place of business at Tasker & Prld ham's store, on the southeast corner of Allen and Filth streets In Tombstone, In the said cpunty of Cochise, Territory of Arizona Dated July IS, 1882, GEORGE PRIDHAM, Administrator of the Estate of II. B Cook, iV ceased j)S21mw SI11GLAI&C0 N KKANCIICO. The Largest Music House in America. M VNI,rAOTllKEU8 0FTIIEIROWN PIANOS Agents for tbo Celebrated ESTEY ORGAN, HAINES, BROS., PIANOS, WEBER PIANOS. Instruments Sold on Installments For Prtei Litis, Sheet Music, etc Address SHERMAN, CLAY & CO Sun Francisco, Cal. Smelting and Lead Company, 410 Montgomery St. ban Francisco, Cal. HAVING PURCHASED THE BUSINESS ot the Pacific Bullion F.xchnncr. we hae removed our office to No. 415 JI outgo ru ery street, where deposits of Gold and Silver ull be received for melting and assaying or for coin age, as heretofore. Ores assayed, lead bullion purchased, also, the Highest price pain for GOLD.SILVER AND LEAD ORES. jlunufncuireru of Lead l'ipe, Nheot Iron, Ktc. Lead, Miot, Itar mlJ (First Publication July 8, 1882 ) Application Ao. 221 for a l'atent for the Copper Kins; Mining Claim. , UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, TUC eon, Arizona, June 27th, 1882 Notice is hereby glen that Albert Stelnfeld, Vf. II. Martin, John Ballard and Edward Rcllly.nho'o pottofilce address Is Tucson, Arizona, hae this day file.! their application for a patent lor nine hundred linear liet of the Copper King mine or vein bear ing copper and other mineral with surface ground 688 feet in width,. sltuited Iu Warren Mining District, Connty of Cochise and Territory of Ari zona, and designated by the field notes and official platonfiloln this office as Lot Numbers3, G. A S. R.sald lot No. M being as follows, to wit: Beginning at the soatheast corner of claim at a pine post 4 Inches square 4 feet long, set In ground, surrounded by a monument of rocks, marked V. K. S. E , same point being the southwest corner of the Copper Queen Mining Co , from this south east corner, run ou the western end line of the survey of the Copper uccn, north l'O wests' t feet to Intersect the north side line of the "Atlan ta" M. C , Lot No, 49, at a point bearing north 81' 30 east from northeast corner of the said Atlanta suney marked A.M. C. No 2, at 288 feet same course, to pine post 4x4 inch sqnare, 4 feet long. In mound of rocks marked C. K. E. U : from this post discovery shaft bears south tU west 41 feet; from C. K. K. C. poet same course north 1 west 300 ftct to northeast corner post, a pine post 4x4 lncb, 4 feet long, in monument of stones marked C. K. N. E , from which U. S. M. M. No 1 btart south 83' 45 cast ISM feet distant; from post C K. N. E. rum south 8430 westiWOfect to north west corner to pine post 4x4 Inch square, 4 fen long In monument of stones marked C. K. N. V; thence sonlh 1 east SS8 leet to a monument, marked Copper King West end center, a pine post 4x4 Inch square, 4 feet long, In mound of rocks, post marked ". K. W. C; thence irnne couise. south 1 east 1T6 leet from said C. K. W. C. poM toplnepo;t4x41nii square 4 feet long at south west corner or claim iu mound of rocks marked C K SW.; thence south 8"' SO east 100 feet to the point of beginning, at 750 ftet on this Hue, Intersil t ,' the north side line of the Atlanta M. C. Lot 4), cui" ting off from the said Copper King, In the null triangle 41-100of an acre, which Is not claimed In this application, leaving t rca claimed 10 77 acres Magnetic variation IS S3 east. 'I helocation of this mine Is recorded In the IteconL'er s Office of Cochise Co , A. T., Transcribed I'Vcords. Any Jnd all persons c aiming ftuureely any por tion of said Copper King mini or surface ground are required to file their Bdicee claims with tho ReglBtcr of the United btMes Lind Ofllci, at Tucson, In the Territory ofr'Arlzoua, during tb sixty days period of pnbllcitloa bereor, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the Statute. HENRV UOUSINS, Register C. C hTEPHKNb, Attorney Tor applicant. It Is he eby ordered that tie Torigolng '.ottee of Application for Patejt by publleLnl lor the period of sist ds. (ten cousrcutlve wcvU), in the Weekly P. uiph, a ntv (".paper publish d a Tooibston A. T. which paper la hereby 'elg uat"- "-J me as published rear st the claim. HKM'l COI -HNS., Ri.ter.