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DAILY EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA. THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL ai 1887.
First Publication, Jan. i8, 1887,1 Notice or .tinillcallun r.ir I'. S. I'.itcnt to tbc Central Mining I'lnliu -No. 4C3. U. S LAND OFFICE, TuCiO-J, Anon 1, Jan n 1887. J Notice is hereby giren tint Clnrlcs W. l.cicli nnd W. 1. Tivlor. of rombstone, Cochise Co , Arizona, hue filod an application for patent 01300 fe-t of th Central vein, lode-, or deposit, bearing silver, siunted in Tombstone mining district, CochUe Co , Arizona, more partial arly descnb -d in the fi-ld notes and plat of the official suney No. 789, on file in this ollicc, des ignated as. lot No 183, as follows, to-ut. Degmnining at the initnl monument at the southwest centT end of claim, at a post 5 ft long and 4 Ja sqr in uiouni of stone nnrkfd I M Centril No c, from whle-h Initial monu ment of tlujunetta MC bears N303t'W 3723 ft diitmt, and U S M M No a beusN S3 to' E. U S M I No 6 b;ars S 8302- h 63g t ft dituit, and Sac Cor between Sees t and 3, N boundary, Tp 20, S li ai 1- bears N 30" 35' E, i3,oJ3ft dl.tint. tlwnce N 43 43 west 300 ft to .1 post 5 ft long 4 in sqr, in mound of sionis, at S V cor, marked C M C So 2, th-nce N 46 18' E 1300 ft to a post 5 It long, a in.ir pl t in mound of eutri ana stones, at n w rnr markeilllVMlC No a: ihenco S at 42' E, - : - m . ' . '" . ?; joo ft to N E center end pest 5 tt long. 4 in sqr, n ninn 1 1 nf earth anl stones, marked C SI C Mr. ! ihpnce on tha itm3 course 300 It to N E corpo.t, sftlon, 4 in sqr, set in mound of nones.'marke IC.1 C No 5. thence S 46 i8( V 150a ft toS Kw'po.t, 5 it long, 4 in sqr, in mound of stone, m aked CMC No 6, thence N 43 42' V 300 ft to initial monument and place ot beginning. Variation it" 43' E, con aiamg ai.65a'ies. The improemen's made b the owners or their grantors upon s il I claim consist ot a sha't 4x6 ft, ioj ft deep; 1 tunnel $6 and 20 It long, win m t'tnnol 6 in I 3 It deep, m incline shift 4x5 uad 12 tt el-c .1 d stope 20 ft long, 5 ft w dean I jj ft te p. sail clunj b ingduy reeird d in th 0T1M of the County Recorder of CocliUe cjunty. T-mb tone Arizona, a shi-v by hi aliitrict of mle fil -d in tins offue Any ail all p-r.jin clum n.; adiers ly th whob or aay pinion of sud .cnir.1 mining slann are r'qunvd to file 'he r a lve.se claim in this offi e during th.-'p riod of sixty days' pub lic won h -re jf, or thy wil b b irred by v.rtue ot thi p ovisioni of the st .tute It U h rebv or lerjd tint the fnr-golnj notice be puilishe I sixty di in the U'lTAl'H, a daily new-.pipjr published at Tombstone, Cochise county, Arizona. C. E. DAI LEY, Register, I First Publication, Jan. 15, 1887.J Notice or .Ippllc.-illm Tor V. St. r.iteut to tUc Ckauco Uiulns I'lalui-.'io. 411$. U.S. LAND OFFICE. 1 Tucson, Arizona. Jan. 13, 1887. f Notice 11 hereby given that Charles W. Leach, of Tomistone. Cochise county, An ion ,jis hid filed an application for patent to l'5oo linear leet oft he Chance, vein, lodeorde posit, bearing silver and gold, with surface ground 600 feet in width, situated in Tombstone raining district. Cochise county, Arizona, more partlculirly lescnbed in the fie'd notes end pla of the official survey, No. 790, on file in this office, and designated as lot -No. 187, as fol lows, to-w it: , Degining at the Initial monument, situated at the northwest end center ol claim at a post 5 ft. long, 4x4 inches sqr, in a mound of stones and earth, marked I SI. Chance St. C. No. 1, from which a shaft over too ft deep bears S 70 3a' W, 124 f' distant; thente N 64 28', W 58 7 to a 4 inch post marked S center Bonanza, and thence on same course 300 ft to N W cor. post, s ft long, 4 ins sqr, in mound of stones, marked C M. C No 2; thtnee S 31 40' W 1300 ft to S W cor. post, s ft long, 4 ins sqr, in mound of stones, marked C SI C No 3, thence S 64' 28' E 300 ft to - W end center post, 3 ft long, 4 ms sqr, in a mound of stones, marked CSIC No 4, from which croppings bear N 31. 40' E 400 ft distant; thence S 64 28' E 300 ft to S E cor post, 3 ft long, 4 ins sqr, in a mound of stones, marked CMC No 5, frorrrViIdtU S SI SI No 3 bean N (5 48' V, 7,096 ft distant ITS Sf f NO. 6 bears i.'o 40' E and corner to sections 1 and 2, noith boundary of Tp 20, S R 22 E, beirs N 4302' E 18.018 It distant, thence N 3240' E 1300 ft to N E cor post, 5 ft long, 4 ins sqi in a mound of stones, marked C SI C Mo 6; thence N 64 28' W 144 7 " ,0 Pstin line marking the S E cor of Bonanza M C, an J 300 feet to post No 1 and pi ice of beginning Variation, 1 1 43' E; area, 20 66 acres. Said claim being lo cated ab ut 2 mil -3 soutliM esterly from the town of Tombstone and about 500 )trds southeast erly from the Slcrrimac M U and is bound:don the N E by the Bonanza M C; the same being duly recorded in the office of the county re corder at Tombjtone, Cochise county Arizona, as shown by his certified abstract of title filed in this office. Any and all persons claiming adversely the whole or any portion of said Chance mining claim are required to present their adverse claims in this office during the period of sixty days publication hereof, or tVJy will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the s'atiue. It is hereby ordsrtd tint the foregoing notice be published for the period of sixty di)s in the Tombstone Epitaph, a daily newspaper pub lished at Tombitone. Cchise county Arizona. C. E DAI LEY. Register. First publ cation Aprils, 1887.I Notice or l;,illr itlon Tor V s. 1'airiil to the jKjIIiumt Mlolullaliu (. HI. U.niti dStvtfs Land Office, 1 Tu sov, riz., March 31, 18S7. J Notice is hereby gtien ihat r L Austin, of Tucsjn, Aruoni for iin tlf and co-claimai ts S, SI Wilts tie an J W A. Rmeny, adnnn.s trator ol the esuie of II F. Wi ic'iester, his made appi alion for pit nl to 1240 3 linear teei cf the Slifl nver vein, ode or dep s'l braring silver and'guld, w th s 1 f ee gr und 60a eet 111 widih staaed iaT mi tcur Mining District, Cochse county, Arizna, nun putKuhny dcscnbeil in tie fijld not- and plat of tie official sur.ey on file 11 this ffice, des.j,n ittd as Ixl No 190, as follows to wii. Beginning at the inuial monument at a post SK feet long 4 inchei -q are in a mound of stone marked I. SI SIayfloer M. C. No i from winch U. S. SI M No 1 bears S. 331' W. 1240 feet distant an i t ie corner to sections 1 and 2 north bound iry of 1 p 20 S. R 22 E bears N 6" 46' E. 9620 f et distant, the center line of claim bears S. 422 W and N 44 V.; on this line south 8 3 feet and 3 feet to right is the discovery sln't 4x6 and 60 feet de -p, sou h 363 feet and 6 feet to left is inc ined shaft 416 and 90 feet deep and south 6 3 feet and 9 feet to 1-U u sli ift 4x6 and 22 J. et deep, thence from initial niuiiuiiKnt N. 44 27' L along center linj 431 2 feet to a post in mound of stones on s. W. side, line of Isulphuret St. C marked M. F. SI. C No. 2 at a point N 32 6' W 203 6 feet distant from i 4 inch pot marked S SI. C. No. 3, 625 feet cns miin water pipe leading to Tomostone, 710 feet to wash under point of dump, and 730 feet to v.oint described in supplemental notice as noith end center of claim on wrst slope of waste dump of main shaft of the Sulphuret SI C where post and monument are roiercd up bj dump which is on patented land returning to south side line of Sulphuret SI C. on center line of the SIa flower at post NO. 2, nin N. 32 16' W. along south side line of bulphuret 247 feet to N.W corner post 4 inches square in mound ot stones marked SI F. SI C. No 3, which is also tne N.E. of Last Chance No 2 SI. C. thence S, 43 33' E 340 3 feet to an iron pin 1 Inch in diameter at inters-ction of center line at point N 44 27' E. 36 s feet from post No 2 returning to po.l No 3 run S. 47 13' W along west side line of chim IQ2 feet to in erse fou line of the hiemont SI C. at a point N 7238' K. 152 feet from the N L corner of the Herald M C , on same course 3 1 feet to a 2x4 Inch post marking the S. E corner of I-a t Chance SI. C , 557 3 feet to wash draining N. N. H ,7655 leet and 17.5 feet to leit to p st maiked F. SI.C. No I, the initial monument of the Fremont M. C , 1217 2 fc;t and 6.7 feet to left to post marked F. SI. C. No. e,-Mt being the S.W. center of Fremont M C. and 1240 3 feet to b.W. corner post 4 Inches jquare In mound of tor.ej mntked M, 1". M. C. No. 4; ih S. 43 33' E. 107 feet to intersection of S.W. end lino of Fremont SI. C. at a point N. 2" 16' W. 137 feet from post marked F. M. C No. 4, 247 fiet to intersection ot S.E. side line ot I remont SI. C. at a point N. 34 16' E. 32 feet from b. E. corner post of the Fremont, and 300 feet to a a inch no,t s: M feet Ion c in a mound of stones, at the S.W end center ot claim marked F. SI. C. No. 5 from which a 4 inch post marked A M C. o 2 at N.W. corner of Addie bears S 44 27' V. 28 feet distant; thence S 45 33' E. 10 teet to intersection of V.W. side line of Addie M. C. at a point N. 65 2o' E. 2o.6 feet distant from 6 V. corner post No. 2, 50 feet to intersection of N.W. side line of Aha SI Cat a points 42 4 ' W. 30 leet from N W. corner po,t ot Alia marked A. SI C. No. s, 170 feet to intvrse tion of N.fc. end line of Alu at a points. 31 4?' K. 124 feet from post Mo s 268 ftet to intersection of N.W. side line of Silver Dollar SI G at a point S. 31 30' W. 143 feet from N.W, corner post maiked -1. D. SI. O No. s and 300 feet to S.E corner post s! feet lo' g 4 inchrs squire narked M. K C. No. 6; thence N. 44 7 E, along . E. side line ol clum 80 teet to 11e.au 01 wasn draining northerly 158 tt tointosiction ofN E. 11 i line of hilvcr Dollar M. C. at a point S. 62 01' h. 67 leet from N.W corner post marked S, D. M. C No s, 213 feet to intersection 01 M.W side hue of Bon Ion SI. C. at a point v cfi 18' W. ;8s feet from N. W. corner, G78 s feet to intersection with S'.E. end line of Uldio AI C. at a point S. 12 34' E. 17 feet from N.U corner post marked A M. C. No. 3, tji7 8 fed to intersection of N fc, end line of Hon Ton ii. U at a point S. 6143' E. 83.8 feet troni N.W. corner of Bon Ton, 847 feet to 1 post si feet long 4 inch square marked L F. M. No. 7 at intersection of west side line of Mora Morrison M C at a point S. 25 24" W. 302 5 feet Ironi a 4 inch post at an angle 01 the N.W, side line of Ilora Slornson marUd P. M M I. No 4, which is also the SE ornerof the Sulphuiet, m irked s. SI. No. 3, tnd the N.E corner of M)flower marked M. F. 31. C. No. 8; thence 011 same course 1237.7 leet 10 a point on S.E. side line to an iron pin one men in diameter driven into the ground, f om wnich o t No. 8 being a wnness 10 cornei be r S. 83' t6" W. 143 fert distant; ilicnee N. 45 33' W. 72 feet to intersection of sonth'"S end . 11-of t ilphure' 31. C at a. point V 38 15' E 107 feet from S. b corner post m irked s. SI. C. No. 1, an i on same course 300 feet to iron pin at northeast end c nter 111 irking tie point 01 I chinning oi ihe exterior survey of Lliim; vmation ji 43' cut; lotal aie 1 16. 23a acres, less conflet with the bul phuret 31. C. Lot 48 1 ot claimed, 0.559 acres; Us c nlhct with the Mora Morrison SI C. Lot No. 74, not claimed o 538 acres, net area 15 135 acres; conflut with the iremont Lot No. 73, wuh the Alia Lot No. 109; with the Addie Lot N. 61; with the Bon Ionian No. 125; and with the Silver Dollar M. C. are claimed and ineludsd in this application; said mining elaim is locited about 300 yards distant irom the Contention 31. 1 . and is bounded upon the north by the Sulphuret, on the east by the Flora Storrisou and AdJie, on the south by the Alti, and on the rst bv the Fremont mining claims, and is duly recorded in the office of the County Recorder at Ionibstone Cochise county, Anzona, as shown by certified abstract of ml hied in this office. Any and all persons claim ing adversely the whole or any portion of the Ma flower mining tlaim, pre required to present their adverse claims in this oltlce during the sixty dajs pe iod of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provis.ons of the statutes It is hereby ordered that the foregoinir notice be published for the penod of sixty Jays in the Tomtistone FriTAPil, a daily newspiper pub lished at Tombstone, Cochise county, Arizona, by me designated as the paper publishsd nearest to said claim. C. E. Daiu.y, Register. First public Uion Slareh 30, 1887. J Vitlcc r Application for 1'. 8. Tntciit to Hit .UornluK star Uiulns Claim JVo.JC'J. . United Statcs Land OrriCF, 1 - Tucson, Arizona, Starch 28, 1887. I Notice I hereby given mat the Slorning Star Consolidated Mining Company, by B L. Peel, attorney In fact, of 'Ionibstone, Cochise county, AiUona, has made appltration for patent to 1420 linear feet of the Slorning Star vein, lode or deposit bearing silier anc" gold with surf ice ground 600 feet in width, situated in Tombstone Mining Disifict, Cochise county, Arizona, more particularly desenbed in the field notes and plat of the official suney, designated as lot No. 188, as fo lows to-wit: Beginnuif .it tha initial monument described In location notice at a post 3 feet long 4 inches square 111 a mound of stones marked I. SI. Slor.ing Star St. C. No 1, from which U. S SI. SI No. i bears N. 4a 26' W. 2867 feet dis tant, the Yi section corner between sections 13 and 18 cast boundary to Tp 20 S. R 22 E bear ing S. 84 46' E 8467 feet distant, an incline shaft (dips easi) 4x6 feet and no feet deep hi-are & 3 o' E 15 feet di taut and an incline shaft 4x6 feet and 20 feet dei-p bears N. 21 36' E 61 feet distance; thence S 2156' W. 420 feet to wash draining N,W. and 700 feet to the S.W. end center post 5 feet lo"g 4 Indies square in a mound of sionc, and earth marked M S. SI.C. No 3, ihenc N 63 04' W. 62 feet to inter-s-ction of north line of Wide West M. C. lot o 180 at a i-oiiit N 842o'E. 400 feet fiom N.W. comer post marked W W. St. C No 3 and conn uing on sinie cour e 310 feet tob W7 corner post 01 1 mi 5 ftet long i.nd 4 inches squi e 111 n ound of stonis marked I S. SI C. No, 3, thence N 2156' E 1420 feet to NW corner post 5 fe t iong 4 inches quare 111 mound ofea Hi a id stones m irked SI b. SI. C. No." 4, thence S. 68 ot' L 60 to ore road Irom Emerald mine 250 feet to wah draining north eas erly and 00 eet to N E. tnd center post 5 feci long 4 inches squ ire in a monnd of stones and earth marked M S M. C No 3 and on sams course 600 feet to N E. corner ct 5 leet long4in hs square in a mourn of earth and sto e marled M. b. 1 C. No 6; ih-nc- S 31 s6' V 1328 feet to mtirsfc ion of noith 'ine of Wid- West SI C 1322 feet to a Wash draining northeily and 14SO leet to s h, c in r rost 3 feet log 4 inches square in a mound ol st nes and earth nnrked SI S SI C o. 7 from which the Initial monument of the WljeWest SI. C. t 18 20' E 133 icet instant, thence N. 63 04' W. 300 feet tob W end center post No. 2 an pi ice of beginning of exterior suney of claim; Variation 1143' arel l9 539 acres less conflict with the Wide W st 797acre, net area 18 762 acres. Said mining claim being duly recorded in the office of the County Recorder at Tomb ton , ochise county, Arizona, as shown by certified abstract of title on file m this office. Any and till persons claiming adsersely the wijole or any portion of said mining clum are requested to present their udieriSe claims in this oftii-e during the sixty Sajs period of the pub hcation hereof, orlhey will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. It is hereby ordered that the foregoing notice be published for the period of sixty dajs in the Tombstone Epitaph, a daily newspaper pub lished at Tombstone, Cochise county, by me designated as the paper published nearest to said claim. C. E. DAlLtY, Register. . Notice of Forfeiture. To lohn SI Collins: You are hereby noti fied that the undersigned have expended, dur ing the ear ending December 31, 1886, one hundred dollars in the performance of the an nual labor upon the Queen of tin- Hill mine, situated in thoTurquois minim: district, county of O cluse. Territory of Anzona, in order to hold the same, as required by Section 2,324 of the Revised Statues of the United States, and cur proportion of the amount so expended and due to the undersigned is fifty dollars, and if you, jour heirs or assigns, fail or refuse to con tnbute our proportion of the sum expended, within ninety dsys after the publication of this notice, your interest in the said The Queen of the Hill mine will become the property of your co-owners, the undersigned, whohasemade such expenditure. JOHN StcSIAHON. ELI BLUCHER, DatodTombstont, Janusry 13, 1887, First jpublicatlon April 1, 1887. J Notice or Appllentlou for U. S. Pa'tent to Ilia Lowell allulns Claim .. 470. Unitfd Siatf.s Land OrncE, 1 Tucson, Anz., SIarch29, 1887. J Notice is hereby given that Charles W. Leach, of Tombstone, Cochise county, Anzona, has made application for patent to 1495 linear leet of the Lowell vein, lode or deposit beanng silier and gold with surface ground 600 feet in width, situated In Tombstone Mining District, Cochise county, Anzona, more piriieularly desenbod in the field notes and plat of the official survey on file in this office and designated as lot No. 189, as follows to wit: Beginning with the initial monument at a post, as described in location notice, at the tenter and easttrly end ol claim, placed in a mound of stones marked I . SI. L M. C. No. 1 from which U. S. M. M. No. 3 bears N 180 39 " 3501 lect distant and the corner to sec tions 1 and 2 N boundary of Tp 20 S R. 22 K bears N 54 ij1 E 19934 feet distant; thence S 3 ' 48' E 300 feet to a 4 inch post in mound of stones at NE corner nnrkrd L. M. C. No. 2; thence S 59" 12' W 690 feet to a wash draining southerly and on same course 1495 feet to Sh corntr post 4 inches squaie in mound of stones situated in a small wash draining southerly marked L. SI. C, No. 3; thence N 30 4 W 300 feet toSW center end post 4 Inches square in mound of stones, marked L SI. C. No 4; thence N 30 48' W qoo feet to SW correr post 4 inches square in mound of stones on south slope of hill and about 200 feet south of summit post marked L. M. C, No 5; thence N 59 12' E 100 feet to summit 860 feet to small wash drain inc north 1200 feet to top of ridge bearing north 1417, s to post 2x4 inches square in mound of stones 3 feet left of line marked Quien Sabe No. 4, 1487 feet to 34 inch post in mound of stones S of M No. 2 "post 5" on north face on south face Quien vabe No. 3 and 1495 feet to 4 inch post irumound of stones marked L. SI. 0. No. 6 at NW corner of claim; thence S 30 48' E 300 feet to post No. 1 and place of beginning of the cxtcnor boundary of clilui; variation 11 43' E, area 20 59 acres; said cl nn bting situated about 3 miles SW from 1 ombstone aout 800 yards SW from St ite of SI line mine and about 130 feet SW from the Brother Jonathan Si. C the improve ments consisting ot a snait 4XSXIIS teet, asnan 4x6x10 feet, a shaft 4x10x8 feet, incline shaft 4x6x15 feet, incline shaft 4x6x10 feet, and a shaft 4x6x10 feet deep; the same being duly recordt d in the office of the County Recorder at Tombstone, Cochise county, Arizona, as shown by certified a stract of title on file In this office. Any and all persons claiming adversely the whole or any part of said Lowell mining claim are required to present their adverse claims in this office during the sixty days period of yub hcation hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. It is hereby ordered that the foreing notice .be published for the period of sinty days in the Tombstone EriTAPH, a daily newspaper pub lished at Tombstone, Cochise county, Arizona, by me designated as the paper published nearest to said claim. C. E. Dailey, Register. Trustees Sale. To whom it may concern: Notice is hereby given that I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, on Monday the 18th day of April, 1887, at the hour of one o'clock p. m. in front of the court house in Tombstone, Cochise county, Arizona Terntory, the following desenbed real estate, situated in Dos Cabezas Stinmg District, Cochise county, Anzona Ter ntory, and more particularly desenbed as, the Old Slan mine and the Old Woman mine, be ing the continuation of the same ledge, and eacli claim being tuteen nunared teet in lengtn bv six hundred feet in width: also the Philadel phia mining claim, being 990 leet in length by six hundred feet in width; also the Tornado mining claim, being two feet in length by 600 in width; also the Ashby mining claim, being 1300 feet in length by 600 in width; also the First Chance mining claim, being 1300 feet in length by 600 in width; also the Hidden 'treasure mine, being 1300 feet in length by 600 feet in width; also one millsite on which is built a ten-stamp mill adjoining the townsite of Dos Cabezas; also one house of five rooms, and lot on which the same is situated, it beinK in the townsite of Dos Cabezas, together with all and singular the improvements and appurte nances upon any part of the above described premises. ueo. o. uekky, Trustee. Tombstone, Starch 28, 1887. Gomingto Toistone RESTORED DR. LIEBIG & CO., SPECIAL Physician and Surgeon, OF SAN FRANCtSCG, CAL. The above well-known and long-established Specialists having many patients in this and sur rounding counties, haie decided to open an office at EL PASO, February 2d, 3d and 4th. ALBUQUERQUE. Feb. 6th and 7th. SANTA FE, Feb. 8th and 9th. LAS VEGAS. Feb. loth and nth. Tombstone, Feb. 13th. TUCSJN, Feb. 14th, 15th and i6ih. YU MA, Feb. 17th and 18th. Where they will have private offices on theabove davs roily aid where all who desire to consult with the Renowned Specialisis will have the op portunity of doing so TREE OF CHARGE. Notice. On account of rapidly Increasing business Dr. Liebig & Co. will not be ahle to visit Tombstone this year. All persons desiring medical treatment will please address or call upon Dr. Liebig & Co., 400 Geary St., San Francisco, Cal. The Liebig Dispensary for the treatment of all Chronic, Piivate and Complicated diseases, has been established in San Francisco for nearly a quarter of a century. The Dispensary build, ing occupies the entire corner of Geary and Ma son streets, tan Francisco, and is the only Med ical and Surgical Institute on the Pacific Coast that has its own elegant Drug Store in Dispen sary building, employing registered Chemists and scientific Surgical Instrument makers to minulacture all Surgical Instruments for the p i tients of the Liebig Dispensary; also to prepare the celebrated Dr. Liebig's wondeuul Uerman Invigorator. To the man clous cures and dis coveries made by Dr. Liebig & Co., are due all the great successes they have had. In t88t they discovered the complicated Prostatorrhea, resulting from youthful imprudence and excesses of maturity or unskillfully treated cases f a special nature, that from time immemorial had prevented thousands fiom being cured of ner vous debility, physical weakness and unnatural losses from the system, resulting from follies of youth Dr. Liebig & Co. use every successful remedial agent known to modern scientists, fa vonug the schools of Homeopathy and Electric ism, taking from the Allopathic all that is aseful, and adapting surgical instruments to the various ailments and deformities, attaching to appliances magnetism and electneity. Successful treat men l guaranteed in all curable cases or no lees req aired. SURGICAL BRANCH. The Doctors will give personal attention to diseases of the Chest, Head and Throat, Ca tanh, diseases of the Liver and Kidneys; also to deformities requiring Surgical appliances. Balance of treatment conducted frm tho.LUblg Ptiporwiry, San rIte. Cl MANHOOD cVipr Sheriff's Sale. By virtue of an execution issued out of the District court, First Judicial -district, Territory of Arizona, to rue directed and delivered on a judgment rendeied in said court on the 13th day of April, 1887, in favor of D. H. Smith & Co., and against H. H. Carpenter, wherein I am commanded to make the sum of $3 242.94 damages w.th interest thereon from date of judgment at the rate of 10 per ctnt per anaum until paid, togethrr with $2.00 costs and accruing costs. I have this day leiied upon the follswmg described property to-wit: One twenty-stamp quartz null, and also five acres of land on which said mill is standing, known as the Golden Rule mill and nnllsite. Public notice is hereby giveu that on Saturday, the 7th day ol Slay. 1887, between the hours of 9 a. m. and 4 p. m. in front of the Sheriffs office, In the city of Tombstone, Cochise ciunty, Anzona Terntory, I will sell all the nght. title and interest of the said H. H. Carpenter in and to the aboie desenbed property at public auction, to the highest and best bidder for cash, lawful money of the United States, to satisfy said execution and all costs. Dated this the 13th day of Apnl, 1837, J. H. SHUGHiER, Sheriff By E. A. SHATTUCK. Under Sheriff. Notice of Forfeiture. To John M. Collins: You are hereby noti fied that the undersigned has expended dunng the year ending December 31, 1886, one hund red dollars in the performance of the annual labor upon the Whoop Up mine, situated in the Turquois mining district, County of Cochise, Terntory of Arizona, in order to hold the same, as required by Section 2,324 of the Revised statutes 01 tha United states; and) our propor tion of the amount so expended and due to the undersigned is fifty dollars ; and if you your heirs or assigns, fail to contribute your pro portion of the sum expended within ninety days after the publication of this notice, vour inter est in said wnoop up mine will Become tne property of your co-owner, the urdersigneet, who has made such expenditure. PATRICK McSIAHON, Dated Tombstone, January 13, 1887. Notice of Forfeiture. To R. P. Mansfield, you are heteby notified that the undersigned has expended during the year ending December 31, 1886, one hundred ($100) dollars In the performance of the. annual labor upon the Southern Cross mine, situated in the Tombstone Slining distnet, Cochise county Ierntory of Arizona, in order to hold the same as required by Section 2324 of the Revised Statutes of the United States, and your propor tion of the amount so expended and due to the undersigned is fifty ($50) dollars, and if you 01 your heirs or assigns fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of the sum expended within ninety days after th publication of this notice, your interest in the said Southern Cross mine will become the property ol the undersigned, who has made such expenditure. Dated Tombstone, Jan. 34, 1887. Peter Bute. Notice of Forfeiture. To Geo. W. Stewart: You are hereby no tified that the undersigned has expended one hundred dollars on the Eden I oss mine, situ ated in Tombstone Mining Distnet, county ol Cochise, Territory of Arizona, for the year erd ing December 31st. 1886, in order to held same, as required by Section 2324 of Revised Statutes of the United States. Your proportion of amount expended and due the undersigned is twelve and fifty-one-hundredths dollars, and 1f you or your heirs or assigns fail to contribute ) our proportion of the sum so expended, to gether w ith the expense of this notice, within ninety days after the first publication of this no tice, your interest in said Eden Loss mine will become the property of your co-owner, who lias made said expend!. ure. H. L. Fisher. Dated Tombstone, Feb. ,4 1887. Notice of Forfeiture. To S. S. Slulberry, you are hereby notified that the undersigned has expended one hundred ($100) dollars dunng the years 1883-1884-1885 and 1886 in the performance of the annual labor upon the hodman-Slagnate, and Vanguard miring claims, situated in the Tombstone Min ing district, Cochise county, Arizona Terntory in order to hold the same as required by Section 3324, Revised Statutes of the United Statcs and your proportion of said sum so expended and due to the undersigned is one-sixth of the amount so expended on each of the above men tioned claims, and if you your heirs or assigns fail or refuse to contnbute your proportion of the sum expended within ninety days after the publication of this notice, your Interest in the said mines will become the property ofthe undersigned, who has made such expenditure. Thomas Ogden. Tombstone, Feb. I, 1887. Notice of Forfeiture. ToT. D. Byrne and J. A. Burkholder co owners in the ' om Scott mine situated in the Turquois mining district, Cochfse county, Ter ntory of Arizona. You an hereby notified that I have expended one humlied ($109) dollars in labor and improvements upon the ab.v? named mining claim during the year 1P86 in order to hold the same as valid location, as reqi'rer by bection 2324 Revised Statutes of the United States Therefore if within ninety jc,r) diys after and Irom this publication you fan or refuse to contnbute your proper portion of sdd ex penditures and the cost of thi- rubhcation, as co-owners, your interest in said mil e will he come the property of the undersigned under said section 2314. Si H. Bryant, Tombstone, Jan. 11, 1887. TOMBSTONE FOUIDEY AND MACHINE SHOP. MCALLISTER & McCONE. Prop's. All Kinds of Mill and Mining Machinery, IUavj one Light Cmtlccs ot Iron und Bres Made to Ordor on Hhorl Notice Stamps, Puns, Buttlern, Retorts, Cages, Care. 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