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(.t-irat Publication, Jan. 18, 1887.
Notice or .Ipiillratlun Tor I'. 8. Inleut to the Central Milling Claim No. 463. U. S. LAND OFFICE. ) Tucsoi. Arironi. I in it 1887. I Notice is hereby given thit Charles W. I.each' and W. J. la) lor, 01 I omb.tonc, Cochise Co.j Aruont, hive hied an amplication fcr patent 1500 leet of th Centrilvcin, lole, ordipo-it, b"ann silver, situated in Tombstone mining district, CochUe Co , Arizona, more particu arly descnb d in the li Id notes and plat of the orfichl survey No. 739, on hie in this ollice, des iijn.it d as lot No 182, a follows, to-wit: Ueginninin.; at tlu initial monument at the southwest centT tnd of claim, at a pot 5 ft Ionian! 1 in s rr 111 moan I of stone', nnrk-d I M Cenlr 1 N.) t, from which initial monu ment of th'June'.tt M C bears N 30 34' W 27.11ft di-tint, and U S M M No 2 bears N 5) 10' li. U S M M No 6 bears S3j"oa' li 6391 ft di-tint. and S-c Cor between Sect 1 and a, N bounliry, Tp 20, S k 21 li, bears N 33 25' K, t8.o3j ft di.tint; tlwnce N 43 43' west 300 ft to .1 po-t ; ft long 4 in sir in mound of S'onj, at S V cor, in irked C M C Mo 2; th nc- N 4V i3' E 1500 ft to 1 p)st 5 ft long, 4 in sir, set In mo-inl ofemh and stones, at NV cor, in irke I 1 I C, No 3; dunce S 43' 43' E, 330 ft to N li center end pest 5 ft long, 4 in sqr. In mou 1 1 of earth ami ston-s, marked C M C No 4; ill -nee on the simj cour-e 301 It to N E co not, 5 ft ,0-1'. 4 in sa,r. sel ' mound of stones. marked C t C N9 s; thence S 6 18" W 1511 ft to -v E cor po-t, sit long, 4 in sip, in m jund of st jnes, m .iked C M C No 6; thence N 4j 4a' W 300 ft to initial monument and pi ice ot banning. Variation u"43'E;con-aiim-; a i.65a,res. Tne i.npiovements made by the owners or their grantors upon s lid claim consist ot a shait 4x5 ft, too ft deep; 1 tunnel 5x6 and 20 tt long; s winze in tunnel 4x6 in.l 3.1 ft deep; an incline sh ift 4x6 end 12 It dee J, and stopes 30 ft long, 5 ft wide and 30 ft lecp, said claim b.'ing du.y rce irded in th o-Sce of the County Recorder of Cochise county, Timb.tone, Arizona, as show by lm abstract of title filed in this office. Any and all persons cl urn ng adversi ly ths wholi or any portion of said Lcntrd mining sli'm are required to file their adverse claim in this offioe during the prriod of sixty days' pub lic uion hereof, or they wilt bi birred by v.rtue of the p oviiiom of the stttute It ii n reby ordered that the foregoing notice bj puiiishsd sixtv diys in the El'lTAWt, a daily n-vv-pipT puoiiihed at Tombstone, Cochise cojnty, Arizona. C. E. DAlLbY, Register. I First Publication, Jan. 13, 1887, Notice of Appllcatlui for IT. s. Patent to the Chance Mining C'lnlui o. 40S. U. S. LAND OFFICE. 1 Tucsov, Anzona.Jan. 13, 1887. f Notice Is hereby given that Charles V. Leach, of Tom sione. Cochise county, Ari zoni, lits hid hied an application for patent to 1501 lineir te-t of t hi Chinee vein, lodeorde josi , h'.tr)nf Mlver and gold, with surface ground 600 feet in width, situited in Tombstone ra nin district CochUe county, Arizona, more pirnculirly leicribed in the field notes and pla of thiotrklal survey, No. 793, on file in this office, and designated as lot No. 18;, as fol lows, to-wit: Brining at the initial monument, situated at the northwest en I center ot claim at 11 post "ft. I ig, 4x1 in 'hfs sqr, in a mound of stones and eert.i, ntirked I M. Chance M. C. No. 1, from which a shift ovrr too ft deep bears S 7 3a' W, 134 ft distint; thence N 64 28', W 58 7 to .1 4 Incn post marked S center Bonanza, and thence on same course 300 (t to N V cor. po'.t, 5 ft long, 4 ins sqr, in mound of stones, mimed C. M. C No 2; thence S 3140' W 1500 ft to S V cor. post, 5 ft long, 4 ins sqr, in mound of siones, mirkrd CMC No 3; thence S 6i 28' E 300 ft to s W end center post, 5 ft long, 4 ins sqr. in a mound of stones. mirkd CMC No 4, from which croppings bear N 3 i 40' E 400 ft distant: thence S 6a' 38' E 303 ft to S E cor post, 5 ft long, 4 ins sqr, in a m-iund of stones, m irked C M C No 3, from which U S M M No 3 bears N 45 48' W 7,095 ft distant U S M M No. 6 bears S 70 40' ii and corner to vMions 1 and 2, noith boundary of Tp 20, S R 22 E, bears N 4302' E 18,013 a distant; thence N 3340' E 1500 ft to N K cor post, 5 ft long, 4 ins sqr. in a mound of stones, mirked C M C No 6, thence N 64 aS' vV 144 7 ft", to post in 1 ne marking the S E cor of Djiniui M .', an 4 300 feel to post No t and place of beginning. Variation, n 43' E; area, 20.66 acre-. Slid claim being lo cited ab ut 2 iml-s so Uhweslcrly from the town of Tombi'one and about 500 yards southeast, erly from the Merrimac M C. and is bounded on fie N E by the Ujnanza M C; the same being duly rccoiued In the office of the county re corder at lomb ton", Cochi-e county. Anzona, as s lown by his cvrtiSid abstract of title filed in this otlu-e Any and all persons claiming adversely the whole or any portion of said Chance mining cltlnt are required to present their advert" clumsinthU otifice during the period of sixty dayi pu ilicaiion hereof, or fiey will be birred y virtne of the provisions of the s'alute. It IS hereby ord-r-d tint the forcoins! notice be published lor the period of sixty d-tys in the Tombs'one Epitaph, a daily newspaper pub lished at Tombstone, Cochise county Arizona. C. E. DAI LEY. Register. First publication April 5. 1887. Xotlci- or Ippllc illon rr U, .H; rate nt to the 31 jlloiii-r .Ulnlnittl.iliii .No. Ut. United SrATts Lasd Office, ) Tu s,ov, 'nt, March 31, 1887. Notice is hereby given ihat K. L Au.tin, of Tucson, Anzoni, for im-clf and co-claiinai ts S M V its de and V A. R uterty, adminis trator ol the rsute of H. F. Winchester, Ins maJe app I a ion lorpit.-nt to 1240. 5 linear feet of the Mijfl wer vein, .ode or dep sit b-anng silver and gold, wth s i f ce gr und 603 eet in wid h, s ua ed in T m'j tens Mining Di-tnct, Cjche coanty, rijjia. mje pirtkulirty described in tie field note- and plat of fie official surty 0.1 file ,n this fficc, designated as Lo No 193, as folio vi to wl : IJegmning at the 1111 ial man-'m'tit at a poit Si fee. Iig4 inc'ui q ate in .1 monnd of sto.e. mirk-d I. M. MavOiwer M. C. No. 1 fronwiilcn U. S M. M No 1 heirs S. 55 V. 124 feet dt.'ant nn i t ,e corner to sec ions 1 and 2 north bo ind ,ry of I p 20 S. R 23 E beirs No4'j'E. 9630 f it distant; the center li.ie of c -iiiii hears 3. 4227' W and N 442 h.j 01 tins nn-) south 8 5 fietand 5 ftct to tig it is the d.s ov ry sh i'i 4x6 and Co feet de j, soa h 533 le.:t .in 1 ( Irct to left is inc i ed nhafi 4x6 ana 93 fu d-ep and scufl 6 5 feet and 9 .. . t dI. It 1, sh ft 4x0 and 12 f. ei d--p; taciue from irttiil tu.inumint N. 44 27' E alo g center lni'4s' J f-vl loa pot 1 1 mound o stjncsnn -V. sid-line ol buph iret M.C. milked 1. F. M. t. N 1. 2 at a p int N 3 13' W 1056 fet diai.t tr.mi u 4 inch post ma ked M C. No 3. 62; feet rro-s mnn wati" piae leading to loin'i-ttn. 710 feet to wash undir point 1 f dump and 750 lett to Hunt drsc itx-rt ir, s ip, lenieni.il notice as ro th tnd ce .tcr of e aii' en wrst snpe of waste oump of in iiu sh ift 1 f ihe nulphu ct M.C where pot and inoni.m nt are coveiedup by dump which is on p te t il Ian i returning to louth sie In e of Si'pliuret M. C. cm center line ol the MufUwe- at po-t No. 3 run N. 33 16' W. along S3Uth side line of tu1phurrt 347 feet to N. W corner po t4 iichis squire in mound o s ones mirW l. F M C. No. 3. which is al-o tne N.E. of La t Chmcc, No 1 M. C. thenceij 45" 33' K 2to3fcet to an iron pin 1 inch in diaine er .11 inters itlon of c n or line at point N 4427" E 565 fiet from post No 2 returning to po t N 1 3 tun S. 47 13' W. along wji wuc 1111c ui 11 urn 193 reel 10 in crse to lin- ot the r lemont M c. at a point N. 72 38' K 15J feet fro-n the N.E corner of the Herald M t ,onamecourse3jtfeet to a 9x4 inch post nnrk ng the NE corner ol Li-t C'hanie M. C , 557 5 l,;et to wih dra rung N. N. h ,7655 leet and 17 3 feet to 1-lt top st nnikul F. M.C. No 1. the initial mu 'in -nt of the Fremont M C, I3t7 3 leet and 6.7 feet to leit to po.t marked F. M. C. No. e, u being theKW. center of Tre'iront M C. and 1340.5 feet to S. W corner post 4 inch s jqaire in mound of jtonci znvk(J M. . M. C N. a; vbrasf S. DAILY EPITAPH; TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA. 45 33' E. 107 fef t to intersection of S V. end line of Fremont M. C. at a point N. 52 16' VV. 137 feet from post rratked K. M. C No. 4, 247 feet to intersection ot SE, side line 01 Fremont M. C. at a point N. 54 16' E. 32 feet fiom E. corner po-t of the Fremont and 300 feet to a 4 inch po-t $ feet long in a mound ot stones, at the V. end center ol clmn niatked F. M. C. No. 5 Irom which a 4 inch post marked A. M. C r o. 2 at N.W. corner ol Addie bears S. 44 27 V. 28 feet distant; thence S. 4533' E. 10 feet to intersection of N.W. s.ide line uf Addie M. C. at aoint N. 65 2s' E. 29 6 feet distant from S. W. corner po. No. 2, 50 feet to intersection of N.W. side line of Aha M. C. at a point S. 4a 41' W. 30 feet from N.W. corner po t of Alia marled A.M C. No. 5, 170 feet to jntrrse Hon of N.E, end line of Alt 1 at a point S. 31 43' E. 124 feet from post No. 5 238 feet to intei section of N.W. side line of Sdver Dollar M. C at a point b. 31 33' W. 143 feet from N.W. corner post marked A. U. M. C. No. 5 and 300 Icet to S.E. corner post $'A fret lo-g 4 inch s square marked M, F. C. No. 6; thence N. 44 27' E, a ong h. E. side line of claim 8 j feet to head o wsli dr lining northerly 15811 tointe section of N E. en I hue of Silver Dohar M. C. at a point . 62 oi' E. 67 teetfrom N.W corner post mirked S. D. M. C. No 5, 213 f.et to intersection o N.W side line of Ron Ton M.C, at a point S. 36 38' W. 585 feet from N. W. corner. 678.5 feel to intersection with N.E. end line of Addie M. C. at a point S. ta 34' E. 17 feet from N.E. corner post marked A. M. C. No. 3, 817.8 fett to intersection ot N.K end line of Hon Ton M. C. at a point S. 6143' fc. 83.8 feet from N.W. cornsr of Bon Ton, 847 feet 10 1 pott sM feet long 4 inch square marked M. F. M. No. 7 at intersection of west side line of Flora Morrison M. C. at a point S, 25 24' W. 302.; feet from a 4 inch post at an angle ol the N.W, side line of Flora Morrison marked F. M. M. C. No. 4, which is also the S.L corner of the Sulphuret, marked t. M. No. 3. and the N.E. corner of M-ijflsWr niarkea M. F. M. C, No. 8; thence on samt course 1337.7 lect to a point on S.li. side line to an iron pin one inch in diameter dmen into the ground, fiom which to-.t No. 8 being a witness to corner bears S. 88 16' V. 143 feet distant; thence N. 45 33' W. 7a feet to intersection of southeiS' end i.n: of balphure' M, C. at a point N. 58 15' E. 107 fee; from S.E. corner post m irked b. M. C. No. 3, an) on same course 300 feet to iron pin at nr.rtreast end c ntcr marking the point of l-eijinniiig oi the rxierior survty of cliim; variatbn 11" 43' ewt; otal arc 1 16, 333 acres; less conflct with the Sul phuret M.C. Lot 48 Lot cUi'iicd, 0.559 acres; le-s c nflict with the Mora MonUcn M C. 1 ot No. 74, not chimed 0.538 hens; net area 15 135 acres; conflict with the ramont Lot No. 75, wiihthe Alta Lot No. 109; with the Addie Lot No. 6t; with the Bon 1 on I xt No. 135; and with the Silver Dollar M. C. are claimed and included in this application; said mining claim is loc ited about 300 yards (list int itom the Contention M. 1 . and is bounded upon the north hy the Sulphuret, on the east by the Flora Mornsot and Ad fie, on the south by the Alta, and on the west by the Fremont mining claims, and is duly recorded in the office of the County Recorder at Tombstone Cochise county, Arizona, as shown by certified abs'Mct of till hied in this office. Anv and all per-ons claim ing adversely the whole or any portion of the Mayflower mining claim, t re required, to present ih-iradve'se claims in this office during the .ixtv da) s pe lo 1 ot publication hercol, or they will be barred by virtue or the provu ons of the statutes It is hereby o-dered that the foregoing notice be published for the period of sixty days in the TomDstonc Epitaph, adiily n-wspaper pub lished at Timhs'one. Cocnisr county. Ariz.na, by me designated as the paper puhhshsd nearest to said claim, C, E. Daii.kv, Register. First publication Mareh 30, 1887.J Police or Application Ibr V. . Talent to the Nornlutffttnr Milting Claim .u.49. United States Land Office, ) Tucsd'n, Arizona, March a8, 1887. 1 Notice it hereby given tnat the Moining Star Consolidated Miniig Company, by B. L Peel, attorney in fact, of l ombstone, Coihise county, A izona, has made appli ation for patent to 1420 linear feet of the Morning Star vein, lode or deposit bearing silver ant gold with surfa. e ground 600 feel in width, situated in Tombstone Mining Disiiict, Cochise county, Arizona, more parti. ulaily described in the field nots and plat 01 the offic al survey, designated as tot No. 188, a fo lows to-wit: Beginning at the initial monument described in location notice at a post 5 feet long 4 inches square in a mound of stones marked I. M. Mor .ing Star M. G No. 1, from which U.S. M. M. No. t bears N. 44 26' W. 2867 f.rt dis tant, the a section corner between sections 13 and i8 east boundary to Tp 20 S. R 23 E bear ing S. 84 46' E. 8467 fc l distant, an incline shaft (dips east) 4x6 feet and no feet deep b ars S. 3 o' E 15 feet di taut and an incline shaft 4x6 feet and 30 feet dei p bears N. at 50' E 6t fc t distance; thence Sat 56' W. 420 feet to wash draining N,W. and 700 feet to the S.W. end center post 5 feet lo 'g 4 inches square in a mound of sroncs and erth marked M. S. M.C. No. a; thence N. 68 04' W. 6a feet to inter-s-ction of north line of Wide West M. C. lot o 180 at a point N. 84 aa' E. 400 feet f om N.W. comer post marked W. W. M. C No 3 and eonti uing on same course 300 feet to S. W . corner post 01 el dm 5 feet, long and 4 inches squaie in mound ol stones marked M S. M C. No, 3; thenceN. ais6' E 1430 feet to NW corner post 5 fe l long 4 inches square in mound of ea th aid stones muked M S. M. C. No. 4; thence S. 68" 04' E. 60 to ore road irom Emerald mine 250 feet to wash draining north easterly and 100 eel to N E. end center post 5 feet long 4 imhes squire in a monnd of stones and earth marked M. S. M. C No 5 and on same course 600 Icet to N.t. corner tost 5 leet long 4 in has square in a mound of earth and stot e marked M. S. M. C. No 6; th-nc.' S. at 56' W 1323 feet to intersection cf 1 01th line of Wida West M. C 1333 fei t to a wash drain n northeily and 1430 Icet to s E, c irnr tost 5 feet loi g 4 i .chis square in a n.ound of st nes and earth muked M. S M. C. p. 7 from which the initial monument of the Wi ie West M. C. S 18 20' E. 135 feet distant; th nee N. 68 04' W. 300 feel 10 S. W end center pot No. 2nntl.irc of begmmng of extiror suney of da m; variation 1143 E; arei 19.559 acres less lorflict with the Wide Wrst 797acr ; netarei 18 762 acres. Said mining claim being dulv re o'ded in the office of the County Recorder at Tomb torn-, ochise county, Arizom, as shown by le-nficd abstract of till on file in tl.is offi e. Any and all persons claiming adicrs'ly the w'.oleor any portion of said mining claim are request d to present their adverse cl urns in this offi e during the sixty days period of the pub li.ation herrof, or they will bi-barred by virtue of the provisions of ihe statut-. Ins herrby ordered ihat the foregoing noiice be published for the period of Sixty da) s in the lomb tone Epitaph, a d,ily newspaper pub hshe I at Tombstone, Cochise coun'y", 1 y me de ignated as the paper puhlish-d n arest to said claim. C. E. Dailey, Register. Notice of Forfeiture. To John M. Collins: You are hereby noti fied that the undersigned hare expended, dur. ing the year ending Dei-ember 31, 1886, one hundred dollars in the performance ol the an nud labor upon the Queen of tl.e Hill minr situated in the Turquois mining distr.ct, county of Ci clitse, Territory of Anzcna. in order to hold the same, as required bySxtion 3,324 of the Revised Statt.tes of the United States, and your proportion of the amount so expended and due to the undersigned is fifty dollars, and il yru, your heirs or nssigni, fail or refuse to con tribute your proportion of the sum expended, within ninety diys after the publication of this notic, your interest in the said The Queen of the Hill mine will become the property of jour co-owners.the undersigned who h-ive made such expenditure, JOHN McMAHON. ELI BLUCHER. Pt TVjtcn, woazy if, 1887, Firstjpublicatlon April 1, 1887.) Notice or Application for V. S. FateutU tht Lowell Mluloz Halm .No. 410. United States Land Officf, 1 Tucson, Anz., March 29, 1887. J Notice is heieby given that Charles W. Leacn, of Tombstone, Cochise county, Arizona, has made applicuion for patent to 1495 linear leet of the Lowell ein, lode or neposit bearing silver and go d with suiface ground 6 feet in wid h, situated in Tombstone Mining Di.trict, CochUe county, Arizsna, iiiori p.rdularly de'ibid in tne field notes and pi it of the cfficial survty on file in thisofii e and designated as lot No. 189, as follows to wit: Beginning wiih the initial monument at a post, as d scribed tn location not ce. at the ten-erand east-rly erd ol c'aiin. pho-dina mound of stones marl ed I . M. L M. C. No. 1 Irom which U. s. M. M. No. 3 bears N 180 39' W 3561 feet d stjnt and the corner to Sec tions 1 and 2 N bouncary of I pso S R. 22 E bears N 54 1 E 199 4 leet distant; thence S 3 48' k 300 feet to a 4 i-ich post in mound of stones at Ne. co ner m triad L M. C. No. 2; thence 59 12' W 690 feet to a wash draining southerly anil on same course 1495 feet to Sfc. corm r p j-t 4 inches squaie in mound of stones situated in a small wash draining southerly m irked L. M. ( , No. 3; thence N 3048' W 301 fe t to.-V center end po t 4 inches squere ill miunJ of stones marked L M. C. No 4; ti ence N 30 48' W a,oo fet t to SW correr p t 4 inches squaie mi mound of stones on south slope of hill and about 300 feet souih of summit post marked L. M. C, No 5; thence N 59 13' E 100 feet to summit 860 feet to small wash drain ing north 1200 feet to fp of ridge bearing north 1417, 5 to post 2x4 inches Squire in mound of Hones 3 feet left of line marked Quien babe No 4 1487 feet to 84 inch post irf mound of stones S ot M No. 2 "pi,st 5" on north face on south face Quien abe No. 3 and 1495 feet to 4 inch post in mound of stones marked U M. C. No. 6 at NW corner of claim; thence S 30 48' E 300 feet to post No. 1 and place of beginning of the exterior boundary of chini; variation n 43' E, area 20.59 acres; saidcl im being siluued ab.ut 3 miles ,sV from Tombstone a out 800 yirds SW from St to of M tin -mi e mi about 130 feet SW fn m the Uroiher Jon ithan M. 0,, the improve ments consisting ofashat 4x8x18 fet, a shaft 4x6x10 feet, a shaft 4x10x8 feet, incine shaft 4x6x15 le-1, incl ne shatt 4x6x10 feet, and a sbait46xi ftct deep; the same b ing duly record, d in thf office of the C ounty R ccrder at Tonibst jne, I ocl i e counts, Arizona, as shown by certified a Str ct of title on file in this office. Any and ..II per ons claim ng adveis ly the w oleoran paitofsaid Lowili m ning c'aim are req lired t present their adverse claims in this olhce during the sixty days period of ub lication hereof, or they wi 1 be barred by wriue of the p ovisious of the statute. It is hereby ordered that the forcing notice be pub ished for thf p ri'd of si ty days in the Tombstone Hpitaph a daily nespapi-r pub lished at Tombstone, Cochise county, Arizo-ia, by me designated as the paper pu hshed nearest to said cl .im. 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 fori ash, on Mon ay the 18th lay of April, 1887, at the hour of one o'clock p m. in front of tht court hons in 'Tombstone, Cochise county, Arizona Territory, the following described real estate, S'tua'ed in Dos Cabezas Mining District, Co hNe county, Arizona Termor)-, and more particularly described as, the Old Man mine and the Old Woman m,nc, be ing the continu-ition of th-; same ledgr, and each rlaim I .eing fifteen hundred feet in length by six hundred fet in wiith; also the Ph. It el pliia min ng ihim, being 590 leet in length by six hundred fett inwdtii; also the Tornado mining claim, being 1500 feet in length by 600 in width; also th- Ashby mining claim, being 1500 feet -n len ,th by 600 in width; a so the First Chinee mining claim, being 1500 feet in lengih by 600 in widih; also the Hidd n 'Ti ensure mine, being 1500 feet in length by 600 feet in wi 1th; also one nii'Isne on which is luilt a tm-st-imp mill adjoining the tovnsite of Dos Cabezas; al-o one house ol five rooms, and lot on which the same, is situated, it being in the townsitn of Dos Obczis, together with all and singular the improvements and appurie. nances upon any pail of the above described premises. Geo G. Ukrky, Trustee. Tombston, March 28, 1887. DR. LIEBI SPECIAL Physician and Surgeon, OF SAN FRANClSCG, CAL. The above well-known and long-established pectalist having many patients in this and sur rrunding 10unt.es, have decided to open an office at EL PASO. Fehruiry ad, 3d and 4th. ALBUQUERQUE. Feb. 6th and 7th. SANT.A FE, reb. 8ih and 9th. T At lFri'lt" 1. -.1 .l I lino vlwao, rcu. 10111 anu inn. Tombstone, Feb. 13th. TUCS JN, Feb. 141I1, 15th and i6.h. YUMA, Feb. 17th anl 18th. Where they will have private oficeson theabove davs nly, and where all wh 1 des re to consult w..h the Renowned Aie&alisis wi 1 have the op portumty of do ng so FREEOF CHARGE. Notice. On account of rapidly increasing business Dr. I.iebig & Co wil not be able to vis.t Tombstone t is year. All persons desiring medical treatment wih please address or call upon Dr. Liibig & Co, 400 GeirySt., San Francuco, Cal. The I.iebig D'sr;cns.iry for the featrrent of all Chronic, I'. ivae and 1 "onipuvated di-tises, has been estabhsled in Sin Fianci c for nearly .1 quirie' o a century. I he Disjjensary bu Id mg occ-p e. thr entire cormr ot Uniry and Ma son streits, an F ancis. o, and is the only Med ic larid Surged Institute on the Pacific Coast lint has its own elegant Drug Store in Dispen sary building, employing registered Chemists and scientinc "-urgicil Instrument makers to m inu acture all Surgi al Instruments for the pi tients of the Liebig . ispensar); also to prepare the celebrated Dr. Lebig's wondenul German Invigorator. To the maivelous cures and dis coveries mide by Dr. Lieb g & Co., are due all the great successes they have had In 1E81 they eti-covered the complicated Prostatorrhea, lesultini; irom youthful imprudence and excesses of mitunty or unskill ully treated cases of a special nature, th.it from lime immemonal hid 1 revented thousands fiom being cured of ner vous debility, physical weik ess and unnatural losses from th- system, resulting Irom fol les of youth Dr. Lieb'g & Co. u e eveiy successlul remedia' agtnt known to moiern icienti ts, fa vi n ig the schoo s o Hi meopathy and EKct ic ism, taking from the Allopathic all that is aseful, and adapting surgical instruments to the various ailments anddeforml i-s, attaching to appliances m-tfcne'i m and, electricity. Successlul t eat ment guaranteed in all curable eases or no ees req lired. SURGICAL BRANCH. The Doctors will ijve personal attention to diseases of the Chest, Head and Throat, Ca tarrh, diseases of the Liver and Kidneys; also to deformities requiring Surgical appliances. Balance of treatment conducted from tht Liblg TMf my Sea rri. C1. Going to Tubstio 1ANH00DWprREST0RED G & CO, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 27 1887. Sheriff's Sale. By ilrtue of -an execjtlon issue J out of the District couit. First Judiciil di-tnct, lenitory ol Arizona, to ine direete.l and delivered en a judgment rendeied in said court on the 13th diyof pll 1887, in favor of D. H. Smith & C j.. and aair.st H. H. Carpenter, wherii 1 lam cmhi ai.ded to make the sum ut 1,212.94 dim ge. w.th int. rest th'reonlrom date ot judgmmt at the rate 01 10 per c- nt per anaum until paid, toeth r w th $.j.oo costs an1 accrunn; costs. I laie this diy lrv ed upon t e 'oil jw i ig described property to-wit: One twenty-st imp qmrp null and ais . five hcm of Ian1 1 11 which s id mill is sian ing, known ai the Golden Rule m II an I milU.t.-. Public notice is hereby giveu tlm on Si urday the 7th day of May 1187 betwcei the houis of 9 a. m. and 4 p. m. in front of the Shei ffs office, in the city of Tombstone, Ccci i.e c univ, Aii.ona lenitory, I will .sell all the rgnt. tide and int. rest of the said H. H. Ca p nt rin and to the above de.cn bed property at public auction, to the highest and best bidder or ca-h, lawful money of 'hs United S atej, to sati'ly said execution and a'l cos's. Dated this the 3 h diy o April, 1987, J. H. SL-'UGHIER, Slunff. By fc, A. SHATTUCK. Und rSh.nff. Notice of Forfeiture. To John M. Collins: You are hereby noti fied that the undersigned has expended during the year ending December 31, 1886, one hund red dollars in the performance of the nuual labor upon the Whoop Up mine, situited in the Turquois mining district, County of Cochi-e, Territory of Anzona, in order to hold the same as required by Section 2 334 01 the Revis d Statutes of th United States; and vour proior lion of the amount so expended and cue to the undersigned is fifty dollars; and il ou you IHrs or assigns, fail to contribute vi ur pro portion of the sum expended ithin ninety days after the publication 01 th s notice, your inter est in Slid Whoop Up mine will b-come ih. property of )our --o-iwiief, the mdersun d who has mide such ex endiiure. PAIRICK.Mc.NUHON, Dated Tombstone, anuary 15, 1887. Notice of Forfeiture. ToR. P. Man fi-ld you are heieby notfi'd that the unde signed has expended d'iring the year ending Dece nber 31, 1886, one hundred ($100) dollars in the performance of the annual lalior upon the Southern Cross mine, situeied in theTomb!tone Mining district, Coch'S- county lerntory of Ariz .na, in order to hold the sim as required by Section 2324 of the Revis d 5'atutes of the United States, and our propor tion of thr amount so expended and due to the undersigned i filty ($50) dollus, and if ou 01 your heirs or assigns fail or refine to contribute yoir proportion of the sum expend' d within ninety days after the publication of this notice, )cur interest in the said south rn Cross mine will become the property ol t e underdgi.ed who has made such expenditure. Dated Tombstone, Ian. 24. 1887 PfcTER Pute Notice of Forfeiture. To Geo. W. Stewart: You are hereby ns tified that the undersigned lias expended one hundred dollars on the E ten oss mine, situ ated in Tombstone Mining District, county ol Cochise, Territory of Arizona, for the veir erd ing December 31st. 1886, in order to held -ame, as required by Section 2324 of Revised Statutes of the United Stites. Your proportion ol amount expended and due the undersigned is twelve and fifty one-hundredths dollars, and if you or your hers or as-igns fail to contribute your proportion of the sum s, expended, to gether with the expense of this notice, w.thin ninety days after the first p. bhcati n of this no tice, )our interest in said Elen I.os mine will become the property of yo-r co-owner, who has made said expendi.ure. H. L. FisiltR. Dated Tombstone, Feb. ,4 1887. Notice of Forfeiture. ToS. . Mulberry, you are hereby noticed that the undersigned has expended one hundred (J too) dollars durimr the vears 1883-188.1- 88c and 1886 in the performance o' the annual labor upon tne hodman-Magnate and Vanguard miring claims, situated in the Tombstone Min ing district, Cochise county, Anzona Territory in order to hold the same as required by Section 3334, Revised Statutes jf the United Mates 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, ainl if )ou your heirs or assigns fail or refu-e to contribute your proportion of the sum expended within ninety days after the publication of this notice, your in erest in the said mines will become the proerty of the undersigned, who has made such expenditure. 'I immas Ogden Tombstone, Feb I, 1887. Notice of Fnrf-itiife. ToT. D. Byrne tnd ) A. Ru-khoMcr co owners in the 'omSott mine -itintrd in thf Tu quois mining ilit'nct Ci.ihiseri.-mtv Ter ritory of Anzon . Yn.ir h.-r. Inn nfi.-d thai 1 have exp nded on, linn 1 -.1 ($ 09) do Lis m I labor and impmv. in-nt-up n ile-ih - mm il j mining cli n nu' nc ihe ve.ir 1x86 in order 1 holdthesune i vId lo-ation a ri-cp red by Section 23,34 Revise Statutes of the Unite I States 1 h-rt-fore if wi hin ninety ici ) rly after and trom this publication you fap or refuv to contribute your proper portion of s id ex penditures and the cost of this publication, as co-owners, your Interest in aid mi e will lie. come the propel tv of the undersivred under said section 3314. Si H. BkyaT, Tombstone, Ian. ti. 1887. TOMBSTONE FOUIDJeiY A N D- MACHINE SHOP. MCALLISTER & McCCNE Prop's. All Kinds or Mill and Mining Macti'ncry, neTv L0 Light Ctftinm of I ten mid Urate nude to Order on ' hori Notice H arm,. Pins, Settlers, Betorte, Ctge. Cur Skcete, Ualitng racki-. Etc., from Later! Orslgnu, Puruble Hoisting Engines, 2 Slump Pr- rpectom' Mtllr Marli 10 Driver. Sineii, ot ill DercrlplloLr Panched or lotted, gnglnee lrdlcstid and .l-lur-tcd. Agentu 'or Alhany LLhr'ritirv Con., rvnud". Cylinder, Nplndltard Hive oils, U"n-. In 'home Automntle Knirlr.e in ji J to 200 Hone Power iinrt all clio In the Machine atid Foundry Line. Also AGENTS FOR THE LAFELLE TURBINEl WATER WHEEL. . JAMES P. MAUISTER, Manner, DR. FLINT'S HEART REilEDY, It IS Sllifiirlfl J "electa-iy cl tho miui7 forms jliaUUItilUQ 0 i)cart dliuo. though tinny do ro from iguui.uj e. Lead D.. Hint's treatiso on Hears Disease, at.d If you have any rymptoma therein cct forth, tako Dr. luxx's Hur.i lluizsr. Sp,1 SlP.lfnPQQ & Ftc' nsaRT Rimedt I3 a Qgtl OIUKIIC&O, nicdlcliio whkh h s beca founJ .inii.ulariy elficaclnus In camj of Bea-slckncs, aa t ai onco Btops the terrihlo v omitlng, throbbing L-i the teinplca, rmu enables the patient to eccuro rvpoto. TqVo M Id Timn nan wrio presents an r jdaDltlll 1 HIIU. nm.-a ol debility, whocc countenance is anxious, and who la subject t tpclls cl fa ntnesa, is liable to cuddnn deatu from heart d'seaso. Let him tako Da. Fuvr'a IIzkt Itxucin ccforo It Is too late , , At Dniygl"'- 1.50. Descriptive treatlso with :ach bottle, or mailed free upon application. HAMBURG FIGS. Ton ladle and children whoan tutu ran. not be offended with Impunity, HAMBURG F103 form r remedy tor constipation, In digestion, piles and liver compl&inta v hich. li ca ilcaaant to talca as it U eifoctlvo in :scts. At oil Drugglste ; or address J. J. MACK & CO., a 0 and II Front St.. 3an Francisco, Calt " "Bros. Proposals and'Specifications for Building a Bridge. Will be received hy the Boanl of Supervisors, of the Comity of Cochise, at the office of the Clerk in Tombstone, A. T., up to May 2d, 18S7, at 2 o'clock p. m , for the furnishing of all material and the construction of a bridge, across tho San Pedro river at Benson; such bids, proposals and specifications mu-t be accompanied by a good and sufficient bond in the sum of $500, conditioned that the bidder will enter into contract and bond for the faithful performance there of, in such a sum as the Board may designate, wunmten (,iu; clays from the time he is notilied that his bid is accepted. Bids will be opened May 2d, 1887, at 2 p. in. The Board reserves the right to rej.ct any and all bids without notification. By order of the Board, A. R. ENGLISH, . A9 Clerk. $1.00 FOR 25c. To any one who will send us 25c and net as our agent vve will send the following goods, thi' could not be bought elsewhere for less than $1.00: 1 Dozen Sheets ol Superfine Commcrcia' Paper, 1 Dozen Envelopes to match, 2 xtra fip.j Indies' Steel Pens, i Gents' Colden Pen, 18k ROLLED GOLD RING, worth more thin we charge for the package; 1 Dixon Lead Pen cil, 1 Faber's Pencil Rubber, all first-class goods, t Sheet of Blottine Paper, t Rolled Gold Plated Collar Button, 1 Set of Roiltd Gold Cuff But tons. We have stated that the goods bought separately could not be bought for less than $1.00, but to secur-new agents we will sell them put up in a package for 25a ACME MFG, CO. Essex, Conn. A Safe The fatal rapidity uhli whi.h sltnlu. Colds, and Coughs ficiiuciiilv develop Into the gravest iimladic-i of the lliro.it mid uii.UatouiidirutloiiUiiiiiiahoUid impel every prudent perr-on to keep at hiiiul. its u household remedv , n bottle' of AYUH'S C1ILHKY PIXTOISAL. Nothing el-e gives Mich linmc-ilmte relief and works , sure a cure In nil nflectlom of till- cla. Tliat eminent plivMcIuu, I'rof. F. Sivcetzcr, of the Jlntiic ilnKcal School, BriuiKwdc'L, lie., mii: "Mcdloal science haa pmdueed no other nno dviu expecturnnt tu eoo.l aa Arm's CnEnr.T 1'ECTonAL. JiIk Invaluable fur diaiaanef the tlircsit aud lunga.f The came opinion I expressed bv the u ell-!.novv 11 Dr. L. J. Addison, of Chicago, 111., ulioMtyn: "I have never found, In thlrty.flve years ef continuous atudy and practice of midleine, any preparation cf .o ureal v Blue a. Al ik'h C'liKitnr PscTOnAL, fur treatment of diseases of the throat and lungs. It not only breaks up eolJs and cures severe coughs, bnt Is more fijectlve than anything else In relieving even tne niort serious bronchial and pulmonary afiectlo&a." AYER'S Cherry Pectoral Is not a new claimant for popular confi dence, but a medicine which Is to-tla Bailmrtlic lives of the third generation who have come into being since It was fir-d offered to the public. There U not n liouehoM In which till lmaluublc remedv has once been in troduced where Its use Inn ever been abandoned, nnil there is not 11 person who lias ever given It n proper trial for any throat or Ittnjr dUcac suscep tible of cure, who has not been made well hv it. AYlJH'S CHEKRY SECTORAL lias. in numbeilexs Instances, cured obstinate cases of ihronic Bronchitis, LarnyKitis, and even acute Pneumonia, und lius s.ned many pntients in the tailicr Kt:irt"i of Pulmonary Consumption. It Is 11 mctlli'Inc Hint only rcqulrex lo be taken In fmull doses, Is plciis.int to the lastc, mid li neeilcil In eiery house where there arc children, ai there N nothing to pood as AYER'S CIinnilY rnCTOtlAL for treat ment of Croup and Whooping Cough. Thee are nil nlaln facta, which can be verified bv anylioelv. and should be re memberal by ever) body. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral rKEPARED BV Dr. J. O. Ayer A Co., Lowell, Mase. Sold br ilII dnijalsu. ' use. guara. rJlfa IS THEF HOPE ? mw AND IMPORTANT OPINIONS p. OF PULMONAEY EXPERTS I Caen tlio Unlvsrsnl Conaumptloa kt) Suooeakfxillf TraatedT Dr. Borgeon, a leading French doctor, has a new treatment for consump ton. He uives an enema of carbonic acid lulphnrcttrd hydrogen gases, the lattei gas carrying tho former into every part of the tliro.it and lungs. This treatment, too, is directed al effects the cause remains undisturbed. What this caus eia iias been utated by perhaps Hie highest pulmonary authority tn the world, t. e., the Brompton Hoi pital for Coniutnptives, in London, Eng, This malady every year carries off from one-seventh to one-lifth of the entire population of England! Dr. Payne, M.D., M.U.C.P., London, it authority for this statement. The wiiiio or a greater proportion ol deaths obtains in America. Dr. Payne also says that one-half the total number of deaths from all other causes have seeds of this disease in the system which only require some irritant to develop! Dr. Hermann Brehmer. an eminent German authority, says that consump tion is caused by deficient nutrition oi the lungs, by poor blood. These authorities cannot be disputed. The medical world recognizes them. The uric acid is the irritant in the blood that causes tho development of the seeds which Dr. Brehmer says lie dorinaut io the blood. Every particle of blood which passes through the lungs and heart, also goes through the kidneys, and il they arc In tl.e leat deiatiged they cannot rid the blood of its killing poison. The thousand little ha:r-liku sewer tubes of tne kidneyi very easily get blocked up and diseased: and when they do, they corrupt instead of purifying the blood. Kidney disease may exist, and yet no pain occur in that organ, because it is deficient in nerres ol sensation. Dip your finger in acid every day and it soon festers and is destroyed. Send acid poisoned blood through the lunft every second, aud they soon give way. The Biompton Hospital investigation showed that 52 per cent, of the victims of consumption were afflicted with de ranged kidneys, which permitted theurio acid poihon to remain in the blood aDd irritate the lungs. This uric acid is al nays lighting every vital organ, and if there be any inherent weakness in the luns it inevitably causes pneumonia, cough and cumuuiption. The real cause of puitnonary troubles being. so authoritatively shown to be laultyjnen though uusu-pected action of the kluiitys, explains why, in order Jo matter the dreaded consumption, ons must rid the blood of the uric acid irri tant which intiatnes and burns up the lung Mibstunee. Tor this purpose thers ! nothing equal lo that great specific, Warner's i-afe cure. This remedy has now the favor of medical men all over the world purely on its merits. We havs no duubt tnat 11 the kidneys are kept in natural action, consumption and a great many other diseases, caused by uric acid, will not only be cured but will be pre vented. When the kidney is healthy, no albu men appeal's in ihe water, but albumen is foi.ud in ihe water of more than half of those who die of consumption! Tiiin, then, is the condition of thine that always precedes consumption: First, weakened kidneys; second, re tained uric acid, poisoning the blood; third, the development of disease in the lungs by the iiriiant acids parsing through them. Then there is a. little cough in the morning; soon thick, yellow matter is spit up, lollowed bv loss of ' flesh and stienglh, with dreadful night sweats; and when the patient goes to his , echool physician for help, he is put on cod-liver oil which his stomach, weak ened also by uric acid in the blood, can- - not digei-t. Because there is no pain present in the kidneys, the patient does not think they are affected, but the kid ney acid is doing its work every minute every hour, day and night, and by-aud-by the disease of the lungs has advanced until pus is developed, then come hemor- -rhages, and at last the glassy stare which denotes that the end is near 1 A post-mortem examination of such eases shows that the terrible uric acid has completely destroyed the substance of the lung. It is impossible to cure lung diseasa when the blood is poisoned with uric ' acid. DissolutionJSfofcce. Know all men by these present, that the partrership hereto'ore existing beiween the un crvgned n he eby dissolved b) mutual con- nt. k A Abbott, W H. Peck. Dated Tombston.-A. T., March 14, 1887. Just Received. Received 10-day a fresh supply of the celebrated Buffalo brand of Hams and Bicon, which will be sold at lowest mar ket price at H. K Tweid'S. A carload of fresh canned goods has been teceived, also a fresh lot of bran, wheat, barley, etc., at Joe HoUler1 P store. for Sale. A furnished house ol six rooms in a goodj location. Tins property will be sold cheap. There are three 1 ts con nected with the premises, and a perfect; title to all of them. The house ii splen didly furnished with all of the modem: improvements, b.tth tubs, etc., with hot and rold vater connections. The prop erty is insured up to February, 188& Partit s dc-inng a bargain should make application at this office at once. $250 Reward. .EAf The above reward will be paid for the arrcbt and conviction of any person or persons unlawfully handling any of my stock' "Brand H G on left hip. H. W. Hashelgren. Chnrlwton.AX ;I3-ly' v t