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DAILY EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, 1887.
2!c First Publication, Jan. i8, 1887. Notice or Application fur V. S, 1'iileut to the HUvr llirc.ad .llliilug Halm .c. 4M. U. b. LAND OFFICE, 1 Tucso.v, Arizona, Ian. n, 1887. ) Notice is hereby given that Chas. W. Lcich, of Tombstone, Cochise county, Arizona, has filed Ills application for patent to 270 line 17 feet of the Silver Thread vein, loJc, or deposit, bi.tr. Ing silver, together with the surface gtotind, 4.;! feet In width, situated in Tombstona mining dis trict, Cochise county, Arizona, more parfcu Urly.desenbed in the field notes and pht of the official surrey No 793, on nl; in this otiice, and r .designated as lot No 183, as folbws, to-wit : Beginning at the location monument situated pon the north end line of chim, which n also ta south end line of the S Ivor licit turning claim, at a monument of stones, from vvhict the rnltial or location monument of the Silver Celt bears N 170 24' E 233 feet, the north end line of claim bearing N 73' 36' '.V and S 74' 3O' h; this clalmUiving been over.aped and a mineral bearing lead discovered, and til's location nionu ment not being over the lead or vein, a post is set oa th north end line over the lead, 5 It long, 4 ft sqr and one foot ia the ground, on the south side 01 a 4 in post marked SD1IC No , la a monument of stones and earth 4 J ft at bale and 3 it high, marked I M Silver Thread M C No 1. from which U S M M No 1 bc-rs 5 29 05' V 3683 tt distant, and the corner to Sees i and 2, north bo an Jary of 1 p 20, S R 22 E bears N 4 c V 7571 ft distant; thence N 7436' V 144.4 'l to a monument of stones the location monument 287 ft to a wash draining N V, and 300 ft to N W cor of claim, which is also the S W cor of the Silver Belt, and east i J 1 line of the Empiro M C, to a post 5 ft lorg and I ft in the ground, on tho south side of a 4 in sqr post, marked SB M C No 3, in a monu ment of stones 4 'A ft at base and 3ft liljh, marked S T M C No 2; thence S 17' 24' W along the east side line of the Empire M C 278.5 ft to a 44 in post marked EMC No 2, and 293 It to intersection of NV side line of the Tranquility M C, which bears N 51 10' E and S 54 to' w, and at a distance of 273 it from post No a theSW cor of claim is established Ly a post aj ft long, 4 In sqr and one fot in tl c ground, surrounded by a ntonamsnt of stones 4Sl f. base and 3 ft high, marked S T M C No j, , -from .which a 4 in post in monument o! stones, marked EM C No 3 Uars S 17 2 (' W 3.5 ft distant: theucc S 64 36' E 17.3 to inter section of NV side line of the Tranquility M C, eta points 54 to' W 210.4 ft from a 4 in post marked T M C No 2, o a post 5 i ft Ion;. 4 In sqr. in a monument of stones, marked S 1" Al C No 4, and continuing on same course at 412. 8 (t to intersection 01 the NC end line of Tranquility M C at a point S 39' E 300 It frni,a 4 in post marked T M C No 2, and at 412.8 ft "to Intersection of west sUc line of North Point M C to a post 5 i ft long, 4 in sqr, In a mound of stones and earth, marked S 1' M C No 5, from which a shaft 4x6 nnd 106 fl deep bears N 38' 54' V 93 ft dLttnt; thence N 33 aV E along the cast side line aid west side line of the North Point M C 374.4 ft to the NE cor of claim, which is aKo the Sli cor ot th Silver Belt M C, to a post $4 ft long, 4 in sqr, in a monument of stones on the south side of 4 in post marked S B M C No 7, said cor post be ing marked S T M C No 6; thence N 74" 36' V along the north end line of claim, it being Jso the south end line of Silver Belt, 141.2 ft to post No a and place of beginning, from whicli an incline shaft 4x6 and 89 fet deep bears S 35 38' W 153 ft distant, and a shaft 4x6 ft and t8 It deep bear S 31" 44' K 161 ft distant. Varia tion 1 1 43' E: contatntng, exclusive of conflict with Tranquility mining claim, 2.13 acres, the same being duly recorded, as shown by abstract of title, prop-rly certified to by the County Re corder oi Cochisr county. Anion?. Any and all persons claiming adversely the whole or any portion of said Silver Thread mm ine claim are required to file their adverse-claim .n this office during the period of sixty days' publication nereot, or tncy will be barrea by rirtue'of the provisions of the statute. It Is hereby oidercd that the foregoing notice be published sixty days ia the Epitaph, a ilail newspaper published at Tombstone, Cochise county, Arizona. u. u UAtL,riV, Register. First Publication, Jan. 18, 1887,1 Uee of Application Tor I. S. l'nicut to (be Central Mining llnlm No. IC3. U. S. LAND OFFICE, Tucso.v. Anion 1. Tan it. 1887. I Notice is hereby given that Charles W. Leach and W. T. Taylor, of Tombstone. Cochise Co.. Arizona, have filed an application for patent 101500 feet of the Central vein, lode, or deposit, bearing silver, situated in Tombstone mining lUstrict, Cochise Co., Arizona, more particu larly described in the field notes and plat of the fficial survey No. 789, on file In tins office, des ignated as lot No. 182, as follows, to-wit. Beginnlning at the initial monument at the southwest center tnd of claim, at a post 5 ft long and 4 in sqr In mound of stones, m irked I M Central No 1, from which initial monu ment of thejunetta MC bears N303v'V 1723 ft distant, and U S M M No 2 bears N 53' 16' E, U S M M No 6 bears S 83 oa' E 6894 ft distant, and See Cor between Sees 1 and a, Niboundary, Tp 20, S R 22 E. bears N 30" S" Ci8,o33 ft distant; thence N 43" p' west 300 ft to a post s ft long 4 in sqr, in mound of stones, at S W cor, marked C M CNoa; thence N 46" 18' E 1500 ft to a post 5 ft long, .1 insqr,set In mound of earth nnd stones, nt NW cor, marked. C M C, No 3; thence S 43" .13' E, 300 ft to.N E center end post 5 ft long, 4 in qr, in mouad of earth and stones, marked CMC No 4: thence on the same courso 303 ft to N K cr pQ5t, 5 ft long, 4 in sqr, set in mound of stones; raarkea .yi c iso 5; tner.ee a 40" is' w 1500 ft to S E cor post, 5 ft long, 4 in sqr, in mound of stones, marked CMC No 6; tl ence N 4342' V 300 ft to initial monument nnd place, o thinning. Variation 1143' l con alnlng.ao.oj acres. TJie .improvements made by the owners or their grantors upon said claim consist ot a shift 4x6 ft, too ft deep; a tunnel $6 and so tt long; Rwlrue in tunnel 4G and 3J ft deep; an incl.ne shaft 4x6 pad, 12 ft d;ep, and stopc3 20 ft long, 5 ft wide ahd 30 ft deep, said claim b-ing du'y recordrVJ In th ofhee of the County Recorder of Cochise county, Tombstone, Arizona as shown Ijy his abstract of title filed in this oTire. Arty and all persons claiming ndvcrsc'l) th wholitpr any portion of said Central mining tlalnftafe required to file their adverse claim 111 this cilice during the period of sixty da) s' pub licaton hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of thei provisions of the statute. Il'Is hereby ordered that the foregoing notice be published sixty days in the ErlTAPii, a daily newspaper published at Tombstone, Cochise county, Arizona. C. E. DAI LEY, , - Register. IFirst Publication, Jan. 18, 1837 Notice or Application lor IT. H. lMtcut to the Huron Mluliu Claim So. 403. U. S. LAND OFFICE, r r ' TucsoM, Arizona, Jan, 12. 1887. Notice is hereby gn en that Thomas Ogden, Tombstone, Cochise county, Arizona, Ins had filed an application for patent to 1500 linear feet oX.tlie, Huron vein, lode, or deposit, bear Ing silver and gold, with surface ground 600 ft In width, situated in Tombstone mining district, Cochise county, Arizona, more particularly de scribed InV he field notes indplat of the official survey on file in this office, to-wit. Beginning nt the initial monument at the south end center ol claim at n post 5 i-a ft long, 4x4 Irsar, marked I M Huron M C No 1, from which U S M M No I bears S 25 41' W &i8ot distant, the cor to Sees 1 and 2. north oundary ofT p 20, S R 22 h. bears N 9 to' W 6187 ft distant, and a slult 4x6 and too ft deep bearsiN30o'V44ft distant; thenee N 4. 37 W ?7 f to n wash draining NV, and 300 teet to SW cor post, whicli is also the NV cor oMhe Silver Belt M C, 5 1-2 feet Ion?, 4x4 Ins iqr, in a mound of stones, marked Hill No 3; thence N 17 24" E 8J2 ft to monument of stones markir NE cor of the Banner M C, 139S ft to wash draining N NV, and 1500 It 10 n w cor posi, 5 1.5 11 long, 4Z j ins sqr, in tioundof earth and stones, marked II M C No thencft S 74 36' E along north end line 158 ft" to intersect north lino of Tombstone town site, and 300 ft to a orth aird center post, 5 t-2 it long 4x1 ins sqr, in mouncl ot cann ana stones, marked H M C O04; thence S 7436' E 300 ft to NE cor posts i-a " ,onS ix- ms sqr in mund of earth and stones, marked II M C No 5; thence S 1724' V 57 ft to inter section 01 north lino of 'lombst no tov.nsite, bcarm? S 67 I2V E nnd 1500 ft to SE cor post, S 1 a ft lunf. 4x4 ins sqr, in nio'ind of earth and stones, marked H M C No 6, saul comer being alsot'iP NK cor of Sitter Bdt U C, with post marked S Q M C No 6; thence N 7? 36' V loo ft to post No 1 and p! ice of beginning. Va nation, 1443' E, contaiUng 20 5b acres Said cl Jin is situated inside of the to.t nsite of Tomb stone, with tic ec pfon of a small triangular pi,cont L corner of claim nrd is bounded on the south by t'i; bilicr Belt M C, oa. the fst by the Banner a-.d Standard .Nt C, and is t.uly recorded in th: office of tie County Rce iJt at Tonibstone, Coih:se c unty, srizona, as sliown by his certified abstract of title on fi.e in tins office. Any and all persons clairnng n.ltersrly the whole or any portion of said mining claim are hewb) iiotihoa that they must piesent their ad crse claims in this offiej withm the period of sixty dajs publication hekj-of, o' they will be barred by virtue of tne prov.sio.is 01 the statute. It is hereby ordered th at the foiegolng notice ba published for the p.-nod of 60 dis in the Tombstone ErirAl'H, a daily newspaper pub lished at Tombstone, Cochise county, Arizona. C. E. DAILEY, Register. First Publication, Jan. 19, IS37.J Xotlcc of AlHtllr.ttlou f.ir I'. S. I'.ilcnt to (he n.tuui'iOIIuluj; t lalni .. I3J. U. S. LAND OFFICE. Tucson, Aiiicna, Jan. 12, 1887. Notice is hereby gtt en that Thomas Oibn, oj Tombstone, Cochise county, Anzona, has had filed his apphcation for a patent to 1500 ln.ear feet of the Banner acin, lode or deposit, b ann. silver and gold, with surface ground 600 feet m width, situated in tho Tombstone mining dis trict, Coc"isa county, Anzona, more particu larly descubed in the' field notes and plat of the official surve) now on file in this office, to-w it. Brginmg at the initial monument situated at ihe sojth end center of claim, at a 4x4 111 post mrked I M Banner M C No 1, from whuh IT 0 M l No i biars S 19 16' W 4458 ft distant, and the corner to Sees 1 and s, norili boundarj to 1 p 30 S k 22 E. bears 1 5S' W b;2o ft; theneo N 7a 45' W 124 ft, inter.ect SB side .mc of Way Up M C, lot No 53, and on same course 300 ft to SW cor, marked by an iron pin 1 ft Ion,;, n ms in di.a, dnveiiinto tlieround, tnd at a distii.ee of 7.7 ft a pest 5 1-3 ft leng, 1 ins sqaare, is set in a mound of earth ard s'oaen, marked B M C No 2, do'ining SWcor if claim; thencs N 17 21 879, intersect NE end Inn" of Way Up M C, on same c ur c 1300 ft to NW corner post, 5 i-2 f long, 4x4 in', sqr, in a mound of earth and stones, marked BMC No 3; th-r.re S 73 45' E 300 ft to north end center of claim, to a post 5 1-3 ft long, 4 ins sqr in mound of stones and earth, marked B M C No : thence S 17 2a' W alo 12 eistsido line of claim, winch is also the west side line of the llu-on M C. 032 ft to SW cor of Huron and the NW cqr of Siher Belt M C, and on same course 1500 ft to SW cor post, 4x4 ms sqr, m mound of sto'cs and earth, marked II M L No 0; this point is also the NE cor of ahe Empire M C, defined by post marked L M C No 3; ttencc N 72 45' W 300 ft to post No 1 and pi ice of beginning. Variation, 1143' E; con taininrj, less conflict with the av l"p M C. lot OSS' t j 94 acics. 'llus clai"i is entirely in idoot the liais ot the townsite eif ronil tone, and is bounded on the south by the Ennire M C lot No 46 on the west by toe Way I jMC lot No 53, on the north b) the S andard M C. and on the cast by the Huron and Siltcr Pelt M C, the same being duly recorded in t u otnee of trie county Keeorctir at loniostocc 1 oeinse county, Arizona, as shown by ceitificd abj'r.act of title furnished by the County Recorder afd on fuc in this office. Any and all persons claiming adversely the whole or any poition of said mining claim are hereby notified that tluv must present tin ir ad verse claims in this ofiicc within the ,nno.l of sixtv days' p'lbhcatiou hereof, or thy will be barred by irtue of the provisions of the statute, Ins hereby ordered that the forejoni" notice bepubl h'd for the period of sixty daas in tne loimslono lil'la'APA, a aaily newspaper pub-h-hed at Tombstone, Cochise ccuntv, Anzona. C. E. DAILEY, R.-gis er. I First Publication, Jan. 15, 1E37. Aotlce or A;i;llc.itliii Tar V. !. 5'atint to the Cli nice .inning Cialni-.Xo. l(,s. U. S. LAND OFFICE I TUCSON, Arizona, Jan. 13, 1837 ) Notice is hereby giaen that Cliailes W. Leach, of tombstone, Coifiise county, Ari zona, has h id tiled an application for jxatent to I'Soa linear leet of th? Chance vein, lode or de posit, bearing silver.und i;old, with surface ground 600 feet in vuciih, sibuted in Tombstone mining district, Crehi-p county, Arizona, more p irticuhrly lescribed in the field notes and pla of the olTiual sarvey. No. 790, on file in this otuce, nnd designated as lot No. 137, .as fol lows, to-wif Begimng at the initial monument, situated at the northwest end center ot cla m it u iost ; ft long, 4x4 mches sqr, in n monad r-f tto.us and earth, marked I. M. Chance M. C. No. 1, from which a shaft over 100 ft di ep bears b 7" 32' W, 124 ft distant; thencp N 64 if, W 58 7 to a 4 inch post marked S center lionarz 1 and thence on same course 300 ft to N V oor. post, s ft long, j ins sqr, in mound ofstoncs, marked C. M. C. No 2; thciwo S 3. 40' W 1500 ft to S W cor. post, s ft long, 4 ins sqr, in mound ol stones, marked C M u No 3; the.ice S 6f sS' 300 ft to W end certur 1 ost, 5 It lo"g, ins sqr, in a mound of stom s, maiked CMC No 4, from which croj-p ns bear N 33 40' E 400 ft distant; thence S6 cS' E 309 ft .u S E cor post, 5 ft long, 4 ins sqr, n a mound of stone3, mar'.ed C I C No 5, from which U SM M No 3 bean N 458' W 7 090 ft distant U S M M No. 6 bears S 73 40' - and corner to stations 1 mid 2, noth boi-dary of lj 20, S R 22 E, bears N 4302' t tS uid it tlist u t; thence N 3340' E 1300 fit j x' E cm post, s ft long, ( ins sqr, in ,a nto-md of stone's1, marked C M C No 6, tlicnce N 6 28' W 1 1 7 tt, to post in 1 ne marking Me S k. cui of Bon uiz 1 M C, an 3-20 feet b pjst i j 1 and place of beginning. Variation, 11 43' t; niei, m.C6 acres. Said ilann being lo c"d 1, u' 3 11.1I ssojthwesieily from the town of 'loml'.o'R and about 500 j irds soutlicast erit fi 111 the Merrimac f L., and is bound.d on tne N E by thBanann M C, the s, inie being duly recorded 111 the office of the ecuntya cordvrat Iomb.tone, Cociiisc county. Arizona, as s'iow n by his certified abstract of 'title Med 11 this cilice. Any and all persons claiming adversely the whole or any portion of said Chance mining cUtm are required to present thi-ir adverse claims in this oltiee during the period of sixty days jiu'ilication hereof, or 11 ey will be barred by irtce of the provisions of the statute. It is hereby oulered that the foregoin" notice be published for the ponod of sixty davs in the Tombstone EPITAPH, a daily newspaper pub lished at Tombstone, Cochise countv Arizona. C. E. DAILEY, keviste-r. Notice of Forfeil '.in ToT. D. Byrne and J. A. Buikhoi-W co owners in the Pom Scott mine situated 111 the Turquois mining district, Cochise county, Ter ntoiy of Arizona. You are hercbv 11 titled thit I have cxp.ndcd one hundrt d ($109) c'otlars in labor and improvements upon theabovi niracd mining claim dtinng tho jear 1886, in urdr to hold the same as val.d location, as r quired by Section 3,2 Revised Statutes of tin-Um'cd States. 'I herefore if w ithin ninety (go) dajs after and from thi3 publication jou fail or rcfu.e tooop'nbute ) our proper portion of s id cc per.di'urcs and the cost of this rubhcation, as co-owners, your interest in said nnne will be come the property of the undersigned under said section 33.4. St H. Bkyant, Tombstone, Jan. jr, 1887. Summons. In the County Court in and for the County ol Cochise, in th- Territory of Arizona. D. H. Smith and lohn C. Fall, ex co-Dartners in name of D. II. amilh&Co, plaimirls, s. H. II carpenaer, aeienaant. Action brought in me eouaty Court of Cochise, Territory of A'izona, and the complaint filed in the said County ot Cochi-e, 111 the office of the clerk of said Comity Court 1 he Territory of Arizona sends greeting to: II II Carpenter, defendant. You are hereby required to appear in an action broujnt against j ou by the above named plaintiffs, in the County Court of Cochise county, Territory or Anzona, and to answer the complaint filed therein, withm twenty d.i) s (exolusive of tne day of service) after the ervice on ou of ,1ns snm mors, if er.td within this count, orif served omot this county, but m this district, within thirty days, ortherwise within forty dajs, or judgment by detrult will be taken a;r.m t you accord'ntj to the prayer of said complaint. Siul action is l,ruu.nt to recover thirty-one hun ned -nd muetv-six 91 ico dollars daniiges for goods, wares ana merchandise furni-hf i and lor money paid out for defend ant at his special instance and request as fully appears by the complaint hied herein, a duly cirnaed copy of which is hereunto attach"d And ou arc heieb) notified that it you fail to appear and answer the said coaip'aint, as above loqumnl, the said plaintiffs will take judgment ganst j ou for the sum cf three thousand c ne Inndred and ninety-six 91-100 dollars togelh-r with statutory percent .t,e and costs of suit. Given uadtr in hand and seal of the Cojint) Court of Cot hise Cou'ity, 'lerntory of Anzona, this 17 day of December, A. D. 188S. Iseal A. O. WALLACE, Clerk. Notice of Forfeiture. To John M Collins. You are hereby noti fied dial the ur.deisigned has expended dunrg the year ending December 31, a886, one hund red do.lars in the performance of the annual labor upon the Whoop Up mine, situated 111 the 'Iurquois mining district, County of Cochre, 'I crntory of Arizona, in order to hold the same as required by Section 3,324 o! the Revised Statutes of thi United States; and jour propor tion of the amount so expended and due to the undersigned is fifty do'lars ; and if j on, jour heirs ct assigns, fail to contribute votir pro pa tion of the sum expended within ninety davs aftr the publication of this notice, )oui inter est 111 said Whoop Up mine will become the property of jour co-owner, th- urdersigned, who has made such expenditure. PATRICK McMAIION, Dated Tombstone, January 13, ifaJ7. Sheriff's Sale. By virtue of an ordcrof sale issued out of the District Court of the 1st Judicial Districtin and for the Courtv of Cocni-e, territory of Arizona, to me directed and delivered on a judgment rendered 11 sai.l Court on the Sell day ot Feb miry, 1GS7, 111 favor of H. Gerv.em and against Sara Ooldbaum and Sara Goldbium as admin istratis of tic estate of M. Goldbaum deceased, and guardian of ms minor children, and Joseph J. Goldbaum, Julius Goldbaum ahd Emu Gold baum, adult heirs, and David Goldbaum, Solo mon Goldbaum, franny Goldbaum and Alimm Goldbaum, minor heirs of said M. Golclbiuni, decea'sed, defendants, wheren I ana commanded to m ke the sum of $642.15 damages v.ith interest thereon fi o.n date of judgment at the rate of 2 per cent per month aiatil paid; to-rclla-r with $33soeo--ts and acerum costs, .and attorney s Ices of $100 and legal interest, from date of judgment, I have this day levied upon the following described propcrt)-, to-w it Lots numbered 7, 8, 9 and to in Block number 2t iccording to the official map of the town of Benson, Cochise Countj, Arizona, situated in salt town, togeth r with the improvements tlcn-on, known as liio livoh Gardens. Public notice ' li-reby given that on tlic5thd.ivcf March, 1837, between the hours of 9.1. in dnd 4 p. m., m front of the Sheriffs office, in the city of I onabstone, Cochise County, Arizona 'tern tory, I will sell all the right, title and interest of the said defendants above named m and to the above described property at public auction, to the highest and best bidder, for cash, lawful money of thejUnitcd States, to satisfy said exe cution and all costs. Dated this the 9th diyof February, 1887. J H. SLAUGIHKK, Shcrilf. By E. A. Shattuc k, Under Sheriff Notice of Forfeiture. To John M Collins. You are hereby noti fied that the undersigned have expended, dur ing the year ending December 31, 1886, one hundred dollars in the performance of the an nual labor tip n the Queen of the Hill mine, situated in theTurquuis mining district, county of C clnse, 1 crntory of Arizona, in order to hold the same, .as required by Section 2,324 cf the Revised Statutes of the United States, and your proportion of the amount so expended and due to the undersigned is fifty dollars, and if v.,u, jour heirs or assigns, fail or refuse to con tribute jour proportion of the sum cxpenue 1, within ninety diys after the publication of this noueo, your int -rest in the said The Queen of the Hill mine will become the proi ertv of voar co-owners, the undersigned, whohavuniade such. expenditure. juiiiN .ic.viaiiu.n. ELI BLUCHER. Datcd.1 ombstonc, January 15, 1887. if otice of Forfeiture. ToR. P. Minsfield, you are heieby notified that the undersigned baa expmded during the year ending December 31, 18SO, one hundred (Jtoo) dollars in the pi rfonnance of the annual 1 aboi upon the Southern ( ross mine, situated in the ronib-tom Mining district, Coclns- coanty, lYrntoi y of Ariz n 1, in order to hold the sam -as required by Section 2324 of the Revised Sr Uutes of the United States, and jour propor tion of th- amount so expended and due to the undersigned is filly ($50) dollars, anlif jou or j-our heirs or assigns fail or refu e to contribute j ojr proportion of the sum expended within ninety dajs after the publication of this notice, joar inteiest in the said Southern Cross mine wi'l become the property ol the und-rsigned, who has made such expenditure. Dated Toiiibstone, Jan. 21, 1887 Pfn.R Buti:. Summons. In ah; Distnct Court of the First Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for th-County of Cochise, Joseph Hoclkr, plaintiff ve George Rutledge, defendant. Action brought in the District Couit of tne First Ju di.i it District of the Territory of Arizona, in and tor the County of Cochise, and the com plaint fild in the said county of Loclnse, in the office of the CI ik of said District Court 'the I crntory ot Ai izona sends greeting to George Rutledge, deft ndant You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against jou by the above named rlaintui, in the District Court of the Fir-t Judicial Distnct of the territory of Anzona, in and for the countj' of Cot hi c, and to answer the complaint filed therein, vitvin twentj days (exclusive of the daj-Jof service) af ter the -crvicc upon jou of this summons (if s-rveci vviimn iiiiscoumv , or 11 served out 01 tins county, but in this nistnet, within thirty daj-s; Otherwise within forty days) or Judgment by de fault will be taken airainst ou accordinj? to the piajcrofsaid comiil.a.nt. The said action is brcugiit to have a trust deed construed a mort gage, for the foreclosure of the same and for the recovery ot $2, ceo, interest, damages and costs. An I j cu an hereby notified that if jou fail to nppi-ir an I answer the said complaint, as above nqiu-cd, the said plaintiff will take judgment' dcfiu't ns praved lor in said conipl lint. Given under liiy h ind a J al of the District Court of the First Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona, in and for tnecoun l. S.J ty of Cocni.e, this twentieth day ot No vember, in the j ear cf our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and eighty " six. B. A. FICKAS, Clerk. First publication Jan, 4, j8S. Sheriffs Sale. By virtue of anorder ol sale issued out of the COUntV COUrt Of (.Ofnicr-rvsnntu , nnrl r. U County ot Cochise, Territory of Arizona, to trie fllntftl nitrt .,l,t.w.. ui.tvituui.uu-im-ira on a judgment rendered in said co.irt on the J day of December, i86 in favor ofj. W. Hooper and against J. W. Stump and E. W. Stump, wherein lam com nunded to make the sum of $3,963 damages with interest there n from date cf judgment at the rate cf ?i ppr nt per annum until paid, together with J523 56 costs and accruing rost3. 1 have this day Uvsed upon the follow ing deserihi-H rnvrntrtv , ,IMt. Tl,.,. ....... mining claims bearing told and s'lver and other ,,.,ioi ,,,,-.,., 1 ... .1... ?.. 1 . -.... .. '"t"-' a.tt-iicu tu iiiu iimctiuca mountains, Cochise County, Anzora, and known as the Green, Maiy L., Summit, Silver Contact, Poor Prospector, Outlook, Stella Helton, Sobrante, Kearsing, Uoopci, Blu-Bell Extension, Golden Lily and 3, together v it'i all and singular the right, u-ncaients, hereditari-nts, improvements and appui tenances to the s una belonging or in my wise incident or appertaining Public no tire is hereby given that 011 Umrsilav, tvic 3d day of March, 1337, btwe-n the hou'i- of 9 a. in. ard lp m, in Iront 01 in- Sheriff's ofnee, m thj city ol Tombsione, Cochise county Ari zn 1 Term, j', I w 11 tell alt the injht, lite and inte est of tue said J. W. Stump and E. W. 5-ti'mp in and to th a'aavc t'es.nbed prop.rty at pjbli. auction, to the I,i ; icst and best Udder, lor cash, lawful m&s.c- ot the United States, to satisfy sa.djm'jmcnt, order of sale ard all coits. Dated tms the 7th day of February, 13S7. , J. II "-niGiiriU, hcnif. By E. A. SiiATTUCii, Undt r Sheriff. Notice of Forfeiture. ToS. . Mulberry, you are licreby notified that the undersigned has expanded one hundicd ($too) dollais during the jcars 1883-18S4-1885 and 1825 in tl.c ; eriormance of the annual labor upon t ae hodm .n Maicn He, and Vanguard miring ci.ainis, situ.ttd m the Tombstone .vim ill district Coch se coanty, Arizona 'territory, in order to hold the same as required by Section 332;, Ue.ised Statutes af the United States and jour propornon ot said sum so expended and due to tho undersigned is one-sixth of the amount so expended on cich of the above men tioned ciaims, and if you jour heirs or assigns fail or refuse to contribute joar proportion of the um expended within ninety daj's after the public mon of this nofce, jour interest in the said m.nes v.ill becornj the property of the undersigned, who has mada such expenditure Thjmas Ogden. Tombstone, Feb I, 1837. Notice of . re-em ptiim i'roof. (Declaratory Statement No. 1091.) Umtmi States Land Office, I Tucson', nz., Jan 25, i3?7. J Nctico is hereby given that th: following named settler has tiled notica of his intention to make final proof in support of. his j're eaiptio.t Claim No ioyt, and that sajd proof will b" made before the Register and Rcoci.cr of the U. S. Land Office at Tucson j'riona, on 'Ihursday March 10, iJ37, m; W G Green wood, ot Benson Cochise coanty. A, '1., for the E ; cf s. W. ;,' and W H of S k. X ofSe. ?3, fp. 16 S. R. aa E., G. & S. R. M. He names the folbvng witnesses to prove Ins con tinuous u adenco upon .and cait v.ation ot said Ian I viz D H. 1 ogan. Ne.vtor. -nnth T. B Robson and '1 nomas Turner, ah of Benson, Cochise countj', A. T C. F. DAir.CY Register. rirst publication Jan. 31, iSi7. Notice of Forfeiture. To Gi o. W. Stlvv vut: You are hereby no tified that the undeisigicd has expended one hundred dollars oa the Lilt 11 Loss mine, Mtu atcd in 1 ombstonc Mi ing District, county ol Cochise, 'ieiiitorj cf Anzona, for the year end ing Dcccinb.r 31st, i336, in order to held same, as n-quired by section 2324 of Revised Statutes of the United States. Your proportion of amount expended and due the undersigned is t.velve and fifty oiie-hundrcdths dollars, and if jou or jour hers or assigns fail to contribute jour proportion of the sum so expended, to gether with the expense of this notice, withm ninety daj-s after the firs' publication of this no tice, jour interest m sat J Eden Loss mine will become the property of jour co-ovvnor, who has made sai 1 expenditure. H. L. FlSHLR. Dated Tombstone, Teb. ,4 1887. Warning Hotice. The undersigned d s e to notify the public not to purchase any portio a af th. Big limit or "B and P' m nc, lvinj scab of tlii '87 shaf , sit'iited in the It-mustouu M.mii,:, dis trict, Cochise Ciiunty, AniTa, 'J eruti iy. me undersigned arc the owners of tile sid property. JAMLs UNLIlETf, J. M. 1TLIFFER. KING ALCOHOL DETHRONED- EY Till: GREAT ACME REMEDY. 1 he Acme treatment is a positive cure for all sticcs of ALCOHOLISM, removing all crav ings of the appetite for cither sp'ntuous or malt liquors. It can be t iken at home without interfering with the social or business afTiirs of 1 fe, and will eft-eta more si-i 1 ny and tlhmanen'! CUKH tlun can be d nvid from a long and expensive coursj of treatment nt inebriate hos pitals, Inn Acmk treatment is simple in form and lnixpcnsive, comiii-; withm the means of LVERY uisFOtruNArc mam or woman that may have contracted an appetite tor strong drink. It is vjually potent as a cure for the OPIUM or MORPHINE habit or iiiu E.cnsivn USE of NAKf ones or tobacco. For periodical SICK HEADACHE, NERVOUS NESS and HYsamiA ltslinds unrivalled when used as either a i'keventa t IVE or a cuitE. In the periods of phjsic il di rangements and mutual djpression tint follow 1 xclssiv 1. drink ing, it speedily restores the functions of nature, and lenus .1 soothing and restful influence to the disturbed mind. If the treatment is continued from this stage of restoration the desire for stim ulating drink will in a brief tune lie wholly erad icated. In'all cases of mental fatigue, r onfu sion or rnuc-GllT or a clouded memory, it is pirlicukaily 1 ciehcial and most de irable in Ha results It stimulates THE iNTi.LLrcT, leav ing the mmd in a CI v '.: and EXALTLn STn , without depression DI spirits or periods of icic tion after its ue. It is not a nauseating medicine and may bo administered in coohng drinks or food. Its presence c mnot be detected by the most accute palate or fastidious stom ich. If you do not find it at jour druggist's send Sl.oo by postal order or pjt il ncto to Acme Manufarturing Company, Box 141, Kansas Citj', and jou will receive ore package of the Acme Remedy in plain package, secure f.om observmon All lett 'rs of enquiry containing stamp an sweied promptly. Liberal discount to druggists and dealers. ACME COMPANY, Itoxui. Kanaas City, Mo S250 Seward. Tho above reward will bo paid for tho arrest and conviction of any person or persons unlawfullj handling any of my stock. Brand1 II G on loft hip. II. W. IlASSELGREN. Charleston, A. T. jo!2-ly ecsrrTSFJo truth Regarding tho Fructiona oi au- Important Organ. Of WhtWi s;io l-nliltc Know- t:ut Mt-tlo--'Voitliy:ttrefuIConMlderntIon. To (hi Edi'cr of the S&entific American: ' Ti'ill yov permit in to male known (0 tht public the facts nt June learned durinq the pa't S yerrs, cor.crnint) diiordei s 'of the human Ltd neii and the oitrmsuhichdji eased hidncui so canty hni1, dov,n. You are conducting n ioienitjic paper and arc ur,prejudictd exceplii favor oTn,CTij. il it unlets to say r.o.tcciical Journal oj "Code" itandir.g uwld admit these facts for ten oiti'ous ifttoits, . . WARNER & CO., Proprittois of "Warner's Safe Care.' That wo nifry emphasize and clearly explain tho ioHMoji t p kidupys sustain to tliH uctiof.il htvvlth, and hotv much is depundoiit tipnn iitom, vao piopos, met apliortfaliy spo.tkinir, to tako one from the Iii.iiiii body, , plies in the wash bowl br fure iu, nnd esaiuino it for the public benefit. Ycu will imagine that we have before tis a body shaped liko a bean, Pinooth and glistening, about four inchca in ienlli, two in width and ono in thick ness. It ordinarily weighs in the adult mala about flvo ouncen, but is somewhat lighter in tho female. A (-mall organ? you say. But nncleit.ind, the body of the average size man contains about Un quarts of Uod,of w'tj'ci etery drop pastes th.ovgh these fit es. or teuers,&i they may he failed, via .y iiiues a day, as olten as (hi heait, lhiiUina tompleto revolution in three minutes. From the blood they pop.ti.ito tho waste material, vorkin away steadily niltt and day, sleeping cr wid.iu, tiieless as the heart itelt, :m I fully of as much importance; removing impurities imti nisty-llie gal lons of I hod each hour, or about forly nino btirrels eacli ! v, or' 9,123 hogs heods ttye.tr! AVlint a wonder that tho kidneys" cm laRt ai y length of timo under this prodigious ftiain, tieated and nevlected i.s they at-" Wo alico this delicate organ open longthva We av ith our knife and w ill rough ly describo its inleiioi AVo find it to be of a reddish-brown color, i-olt and .easily torn, tilled with hundteds of little tubes, short and tlire.ul-like, ptanin irom the arteries, ending 111:; little tun about midway from the oiitPid.) oneniii- 1 f n cavity of con siderable "uv, whtthis called the pelvis, or, roughly apcakni'.', a sack, which is for the pu'rpo'c of hold-tig tho water to further undergo purtfn ition before it parses dow n from iieic into tho urelcrs, and so on to the outside of the body. Theso little tubes jre the filteis which do their work automatic nlly, and riaht here it white the diteae of t',e kidney first begins. Doing the vast amount of work which they .ire obliged to, fiotn the slightest hre'gularity in our habit'', from cold, from high living, fi 0111 stimulants or a thousand and ono other causes which occur every day, they bieomo somewhat weakened in their nervo foiro. AYhnt is the result? Congestion or stoppage of the current of blood in the small blcod vessels nmounding them, which become blocked; these delicate membranes sue irritated; inflammation Is set up, then pus is formed, which col lects in the peh is or pae ; the tubes are at iirst partmlij , and soon nre totally, unable to do their work. Tho pelvic I use goes on distending with thia corrtip- uuit, iitcsiii upon 1110 uiuuii vesisuiii. All this tune, remember, tho blood, 'which is entering 'ho kidneys to bo fil tered, minuting through this terrible, dis gutting pus, for it cannot tako any other route 1 ' Stop and th-nlc of it for a moment. Do you realize the importance, nay the vital necessity, of having the kidneys in order? Can jou expect when they are dNeaeed or ohstiU'icd, no matter how little, that you can have pure blood and et-cape diieaset It would 00 jot as rea sonable 10 -xpeet, if a rest h'jttpe were ret across Broadway nnd countless thou saitd.s were omnollVd to go through its pestilential dooi 1, ukI escape fiom conta gion and disease, as for one to expect the b'ood to escape pollution when con stantly running through a diseased kid ney. Now, what is the result? Why, that tho blood takt-s up and deposits thi joieon as it sweeps nunc into even organ, into evety inch of imucie, tissue", flenh and bono, fiom jour hcadtoyoui feet. And vheaover, from hercditaty influence or o'thew ire, tovao part of the body is weaker than another, a countless trai . of diseases is esablished, such as consumption in weak l ngs, dyspepsia, where there is it delicate stomach ; nervous; e?, inanl'y, pan!) sis or heart di'ensc I'Hhose who h.ivo weak nones. The heart mus' tconfett the ei eels cf the pott on, en it requites pwelh ul to keep it in tight action. It inc.e.ises its stroke in number nnd force to compensate for the natural stimulus wanting, in its en deaaor to crowd tho impure blood through theis obstruction, causing pain, palp.t.ition, ornti out-of-bro ith feeling. Uunatura! as this forced labor is, the heart must sron falter, becomingweakor and v.e.tkei until ono dav it suddenly stops, and noath fiom ap.ircnt "heart difease" is tl e erdict. Ji But the medical nrofefBion. lpamcd and dignified, t..lltnete di-e.iKes by highv Kounuing names, tiea' inem alone, and patients die, for the aHeiics are canying slow death '0 tie ujcciedparti, constantly adding ftel brougi thorn these suppurat ing, piiE-l.iden kidnoyswhiehheroin our wash-low J f.io aery putrefaction itself, anu which fcnouici nave nten cuieu lirst. But tin- is not all tho kidnejH havo to do; foi you mtit rc'member t&at each adult takes alout seven pounds of nouiithmeiit cverv twontj-four hours to supply the waste of tho body which is constantly L.omg on, a vvnsto equal to tho quantity taken. This, too, tho kidEovshaa.e to Ecpaiato from the blood with all other decomposing matter. But you say, "ily Lidnovs aro all right. I hao no pain in the back." Mistaken man! People die of kidney disease of bo had a chatactcr that the orguns aio rotten, and yet they have never there had a pain or an ache ! "Why? Because tho disease begins, as wo have shown, in tho interior of the kidneys, avheio there are few neries oj feeling to convej the sensation of pain. Why this is to we may never know. When you consider their gteat work, tho delicacy 01 iln 11 structure, tho ea'e tvith whicli the ate deranged, can you nondcrat the ill-hea'th of our men and wemen? Het.lth and U , ghfocannotbo cxiected when so i,al an organ is impaired. No wonuer tomo writers say wo uro degenerating. Don't you wp the great, tho extreme Importance ol keeping this machinery in working oider? Could the finest engine do even a fractional part of this work, without attention from, the engineer ? Don't you ree how dangerous tliis htddoa disease is? It is lurking About us constantly, without giving any indication of its presence. Tho nrst skillful physicians cannot detect it at times, for the kiinryt them telies cannot be examined by any means which we havo at our command. Even an analysis of th water, chemically and microscopically, reveals nothing definite! in manv entea, oven when th kidney are fairly broken down. Then look out for them, as disease, no matter wher situated, to 93 par cent., as shown by after death examinations, has its origin in the breaking down of these secreting tubes in the interior of the kidnoy. As you value health, aa yotr'deir long fife free from sickness and jufferluii, give thc3e organs some attention. Keep tliem in good condition and thus prevflnt .as is easily done) all dineaso. Warner's Safe Cure, as It becooiM ,sar after -year better known for- its wonderful cures and iU power ovr the kidneys, has done and is doing more to increase the average duration of life than nil tho phyiiciaus and medicines kuowrV Warner's SafoCuie is c true specLtic-; mild but cettain, liarmlees but energetic and agreeable to the taste. Take it when sick as a curs, and nv let a month go by if you need It, with out taking a few bottles as a provoulive. that the kidnoys may be kept in proper order, the blood pure, that health ani long life may be vour blessing. . . H."H. WAIiNKR 4 CO. ' $1.00 FOR 25c, To any one who will send as 35c and act- our agent vvc will send thejollowing goods, t!i-t could not be bought elsewhere for less U.n, Ii .00: i Dozen Sheets of Superfine ComroercWl Paper, 1 Dorcn Envelopes to match, a Kxtra firs Ladles' Steel Pens, 1 Gents' Golden Hen, 1 18k ROLLED GOLD RING, worth morelh-n we charge for the package; 1 DUon Lead Pen cil, t Faber's Pencil Rubber, all first-class goods, 1 Sheet of Blotting Paper, 1 Rolled Gold Plated Collar Button, 1 Set of Rolled Gold Cuff But tons. We have stated that the goods bought separately could not be bought for less than $1.00, but to secure new agents we will sell them put up in a package for 35a ACME MFG, CO. Essex, Conn. Inspector's Notice. To all parties wishing to cross the line between Sonora and Arizona with cattle, notice is htrebytven that according to the law of Arizona before entering said Territory with cattle, they must first be inspected by the regularly appointed in spector, whose office is in the Vizina building, first door east of court house, ( Tombstone, Arizona. B. A. Packard, Inspector. .. Tor Sale. All kinds of choice eggs for sittipg purposes. Dark Brown Leghorns, Whip Leghorns, Golden Poland, Silver spang led Hamburg, lll.ack Langshang' and Wyandotts. A sitting of 15 of these fine eggs will only cost you $2.50. Apply at the Can Can and give two days notice ' and all orders will be filled. A. D. Walsh. tf. Can Can. Whiskey brings more misery upon tht - human family than war, famine and pesti lence combined. There is but one rati onal course to persut for the inebriate' and that is a treatment that destroys the . appetite for rum. Such is the Acmev , Read their advertisement in an other column. For Solo Cheap. A bed-room set, also other furniture. For particulars ann'.v at the residence of Daniel O'Conner, corner of Third street- next doot to Episcopal church. OakWood. Oak or Juniper in four (4) foot lengths, or cut ready for use, sold by the cord at Tweed's cheaper than can be bsught elsewhere. H. K. Tweed. . Genuine French Kid Shoes $4 per pair. All other classes of shoes in pro portion Palace. Just EecehDr". Received to-day a fresh supply of tht celebrated Ruff do brand of Hams and Itacon, which will be sold at loWEst' mar ket price at H. K- Tweed's. Meals at all Hours. In obedience to the demands of our customers, meals will be served at all hours of the day, from 5:30 a. m. tift 1 1 o'clock p. m. Eureka House, Wilcoif A'T. , l don Oan.Bestaurant Have always on hand the choices Steaks, Chops, Game, Fish and Oysttrs, Spring Chicken and Fresh Eggs. Also Fresh Butter and Milk from the New Can Can Dairy. Open day and night. A. D. Walsh, Proprietor. . Gentlemen whose beards are not the tint which thay desire, can remedy the defect by using Buckingham's Dye for Whiskers. ... ' Occidental Hotel, This is the only first-class hottl in Tombstone. It is handsomely furnished with all modern improvements. Trav elers who stop at this house will fed every' comfort and attention. Private rooms for commercial travelers at reason able rates. A splendid billiard tabla and a card room. The bar is supplied with pure brands of wines, liquors and , cigars tf