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THE DAILY TOMBSTONE
The Pioiwr Bally or the Camp. 0(JST98. .isss - nnuBXD evxhy evenikg, ifW 'unaj Bscepted.) ' ?4mes "or. 2r4S&m OXpi oi'AUsn 'Street, tiortti li, between TtiUOU J FuwUi. ....... ,. ... "t; t-t ; !. Eelltered fey Carriers for M eeats a Week ik. .. . i : i ' " ' ' " x-- 'MWMiM ? TEtiEGHAPHIC . 8 aHrox WasHi.vgtok. Aua.. 25. Bayari has reeieved from the consul general nt Montreal, a statement of tie number of deaths from small-pox in that city since April 1st as follows: April, 5, May, 13: Jar.?, 4G. First twi'weeki'of August '45; on Mty 13th, 100 "huBi in Montreal contained small-pox placards, )Merrr Estate Sax Francisco, Aug., 25, Tt Bulletin's Dayton, Ohio, special says: About 3Q0 heirs of the estate of John Mercer, from Springfield, Indian apolis, Pennsylrania and New York, will meat in this city tomorrow, to prova ownership to the immense Mer cer estate said to bo worth $590,000,. 000, John Mercsr, during the revolu tionary war, inherited an estate near New York wh;ch he released to the government, and it only recently has been ascertainel that th:s lease expired In 187Q. The supreme coart has de cided that jt belongs to the Mercer heirs. fturajr Myaty Louisville, Aug., 25. The body of a beautiful young girl sras found in the river yesterday. The remains were removed to the city mi dsrtakers establishment. There is no cine as to" her indentitj or asto whether site committed, sqicide or was murdered though the towel which was tied around her bead and ' mouth indicate tie lattir. Several parties who have missing daughters called, hut failed to identify the body. ' LiTEBL The hody tonight was identified as that of Mrs. Annie Johnson, of Madison, Ind. The ear.ses 'which led to her death still remain a mjiietj. aptrtf h Prvildent'a Min ' ' (nrYoMb A'H.g.,125.- . The "World'j Saratoga special aays. there are renqrta her of the 'illnsjs' of Hku' Froaident in the retiramant of his 'capsia the Adirondacks. The sight leforelest'Dr. Sawyar of An Sable Porka, who has baen hers for Lis vac- 'liojs, reciatad a dispart frsm Br. 'Ward, th'6'5iridex;t's only companion This 4isptah caid: "Come at once; J want to coBsult-you abot a patient; answer at once." - The' doctor rep'isd that lie wosld go. 'He is a graat friend of Dr. "Ward's, and oflaa has 'been ' ailed i&tft'a eontaltation by him, AJ. ' ihongh'thenaf tkr-patien,i v ' rUed from tha dispatch,' ha said he iadio 3enbt ifreWred to tha Pmi. 'daak,'a Dr. Warf'kart v,t oae'elsa wifchhisj Tha Jrwrfent has baen groTBizg stoat with great rapidity sine JLrwaujgratie, asd has gained 40 Joond. Tharapid increase has wcr- i tied the yraaident and his irhads. Jbadditiea to this, ner-comers to 'WMhiagtev ar vary anajaet t xial attaaks, ndtheae atfaeki ara gen- anlly deraloped as soon aa tha unao. ' elimated laava "Washington for a batur eliaata. Pnra atmosphere will bring "ct tha seeds of malaria already sown ' with ajamlay radipity. Dr. Sawyer has not rstor&ed to Saratoga since he :w aittosad to;oin thafratidantial pvtyaadhiaeentinaedabaaaceis ar- ? tted by hk frieads here to aiean soRia- vtiiajfaerieMaathe doctor expressed 'hisiftteatioQ baf ore leaving to retard to'Saralo aa sooa"a poseibla, lrNa'.l4llO'rla) kvth Ca)ln ?-- If w TotJc As'ti ThaS says; Tha TtMU VJffr steamship Colon carried out a 1; r mail, for Ceatial and South America It was private mail, Ihelj'iuted'Btate Postoffice: Laving no band in it. 'A clerk in the 'office of Sut-erintemlent Bullar, on'tlteCanastrcet pier, was busy all tne morning cancelling staniik oh the stampe! cn elojir-s. This be tin. with a circular stamp, in red ink, read tng. "Tbo TaciSc Mail .Steamship Co., August 20, 1885. ' .Sujimntrmdent'r Office." Tito clerks cf business houses waited in a line with great bundles oi letters. ' The cancelling clerk had n weighing scales and the affixing of tb proper stamps rested w,-ith the senders Many to make sure, ovcijiaid tio tiOit agoend others added a fringe of num mwl stamns. Tho clerk said tho com tinnv font- r!i Inttprs umiilv to srcsiK ' i ' ; njouaie tne puoiic anu maus no pruui. The superintendent of foreign mail' at the PostofHce said that the reula. mai: for South xmerica was forwardoi" by the way of Kingston,. . Janiiics. He said the gummed stamps atlix'-d t. the letters carried by the Colo:i repn -Minted so much money thrown awH. He felt sure that tha postal authorities of Central and South America would imitate thp example cf t'uba tit d would dany tli e legitiaiscy of mai.'s carried iu this way. The Unitf-ii States would do so in case it. mai!s wow brought in a rimil r way from oiher countries. The r'ulis would lt that the recievers of letters would Ik rsquired to pay double poatagt, or tin same as if the 1. ttors had been for warded by jnail and net prejiaid. Th imprint of a private seal on the stani) dees not cancel it, but an address on o stamped envelope acts as a cancel lation. There was 30 cents' worth ot stamps on many ibtters forwarded by tho Colon. Qcnftral Diven's. Clayton-, Aug., 2.". On Thursday General and ex-Congressman Alexander S. Diven of El mira arrived here, and he has since hcin improsssd with tho idea that lie was to write the life of Gen. Grant, and has been preparing copy for the publishers. He wrote parts of hi civil life in black ink, and then, when he wrote of his military career, he used red ink. H" declared that the book was to bring $5,000 a copy when fin ished and in many ways showed that his wind was in measure unsettled. Diven attended the funeral of General Grant, and it is thought that he suf fered a partial sunstroke at that, time. He was taken to Elms ra yester dav. Still Another. Haffner & Shanzhnessy, tba popular pro prietors of the Billiard parlors, on Allen si. bavin;: made arrangements with ibt tiropri tors ol the Celebrated Sabillz Mil wautcj beer, bare bad a fice ics tCe?; c ret tea in tbir saloon and are. cow prepared to strvi tbdr ovoicrous customers with tcaojrcer. ef this ctlehrated beer en draught, ice cold Drop in and try it a 4 if. Sottce. The carartn6hip heretofore estrtiabe tween the nndereienrd. under the firm name and stjlc of Cadwell & S'acdford, i ttue d diesolred by mutual consent A. J. Rittrr bas tbls day been appointed ourazrnt to col lect all cllras dee said firm, and to pay all debts owinj; by same. Tbi 2Ut July, 18W. A. I. Caiavell Za.1. A RrAisroxD. All ptrvns owlriR the fl.-m or Cadirell E fitanfr.d are bereby reqiie-ted V ta.l ana e'.n nme at nn:e, otberwUa lecal prorec: .ne will be tVen to enforce tbe er.lltrtion thereof. All persons bavins rlnlrai a?alnt said firm will cleact present them atonie su I can settle same at fuat as funds come into my bands for tbe purpose. Tombitone, Arizona, July 2Ut, 18SS. A.J. RiTxri Fur Sale. Ope fine American Mlleb Cow at Grand Branch Water Station. FOR SALE. The Cattle ranch near the Dra goon mountains known as the Lynch ranch together with 60 head of cattle and all improvements. For particulars inquire of Mrs. W. E. Morris, Saifordstreet, one houss from the foundry. aug24-Gw The surjuisi' of our citizens w.is ;iv' his morning wIimi Frnk V Minxn wli. ws ieporte-4i Utrd by Iiulitfiis n Sonora rt short time sinc, i.n nccount ot which was giveu in "tl.iso co u ns Ht the time. vnnw ridinir intu town, "villi his pinner Willi. ini Gelirin-; Hnd D't 1 Visiuklf. Ol c.iuriC tliu sudiien appeHrnce ol Fotdman would not tiuve been so much t surprise htd not a cnlore I man from cOiom camo in aid stK'.ed tht be 1ml burieil the rnnaios of Fol-'mnn a few in3 jirvnius to Ins urrsv.i. Frank states that lit; wss not molested lit all ly the Inrtmns, but tlint th-v were g-ttiug h.i thick vliere hj s prusctiny in the J.ue mnuntuins tlmt !io ih'uln it w:i -ler t. le in TiQiHtone thnn where he vis nuit tliut he au'i his pitriurrs stirti-d i.r this pince. H.' states tnat the d ly nfore lie telt, the ludimu psstr.l w'nhin 0 jirils of where lie as. hut hs the ero cimhiii;; it iffu ttm iuiu .rrijri a.i'i t; wh :n a side arroo thet ili-l not ! mi. Hjwitrti line nd ilinrp h iti'.s that the country la lul i;i .ili uu, hut le trave hd nt niuli!, uml did uit t-iiccunter in y ot ilit'in We re ylid t.i rtnii'imie... t :.! Frank i.-ibiili in III': liii'i ot the lir i;; m.il is 'ig iitnl :is a v z n tlen 1 r.i -n jet. lie h is lyren pull:n iu tin day lukinii namU v it h his niiuiL-rnu- IricniK and n-Milin hi- oliitu irv, us pub isli-d in Tin: T mdstoxe, liod in nur iiinnuni: cinicmpru'), nu.-tlimj; ilwt is not ac i.-ihd iu t-vcr:iim. We nirt bliown liy Mr. Albert Spring r, f tiiu L'.'Chii- C'Uiity in' tins .imrnin, one ! tin- timsl sjiccimei''? l .tiilniiiiiiti', tlmt w.is loiinil r ci'iitly hy Ur. John Prmlt in nun nf he env.-s ol 'te S'lVi-r S, r-iy ir.ir.e. It is nlmut l ot in length and ti-n inches in heiull1, ml eiIitet-n Inr-hns in wiilih. It is tomlerful lni"v Mr. I'rout t-vi r succc ih-d n taniui; th3 picimit out, as it is liritt'.e a,- L'hiis nn 1 is jiibt nt sue s spun jhsj. Mr. S,inn;fr stated that Mr. t'n.ut had been iffra 100 fur 1 he -ptcimen but luiii n-ltisd it. Il will -iortI be p lux-it on exiiilniinii tn'l noe it rur at :2ns shnu cl tail to ste it. Will Giuli, n'Ute aucat fur Wells. F.ru& C. Hrriv-il in this citv'odiy mm X 'a'CS. Il'J tittts tliat lii'HVy r.iriN have fal en on in1h siihs ot the mi- Litelr, but that the track of tlju Eonura I.imitid mid N". M. &. A. railroads re all c!er uud hi s"od coi.ditinn. 2iew Incut partition. LsU niglit. thrrs wat consutnatetJ in this city a contolidation of the Copper Queun mine, the All.int.1 and Ellie mines of EUbte, and they bare been Incorporated un-cr the name of the Copper Queen Cori&o'.idited Minins Company of Xew Vork. Ben Wil liams liao bi-en retained as superintendent of the new company. Voitn y Uecord3. The following inslnm'nts ! nve been tiled iu the fhee of the County Recorder: constable's certificate. Ed. Simmonds and J. Murtin, vs. Cuppernpolis Mining cmpany, certifi cate of Ben James for the sale nf ore property to F. W. Heyne, for $16873. i ' -J" v Constable's Sale. BY VIRTUE O? AN EXECUTION ISSUED out of Justice John Rii-hard-cn's Court, of Xo One Township. County of Cochiitr. Terri cry of Anssna. dated tbe 20th dy of August. iy5, in a certain aitiou wherein Arthur Lnin.'.as Phiiiitiff, r rovcred Juds nent ajnin-t W. B. Lazard, Defendant, on the 3ra day cf Ancust. 15, X bae Irvitd upon the following describ ed property, to Tit: All the ricl.t title and interent of !. raid Di-fencunt, X B. tza.d, in and to the min. las c'a'rn, known as nd ejllrd Ihe Mr run Ml'iint; Claim; i-ld lnlfref bvlnf an i'lndividtdune alf of -aid .Mursrarif. Min m' ( i:s Tnio-tiiR itininc Ii!rlet. tli-chi--C.intv. Arizc.ua rrritory. Said M-r. t'Hrita Mining Claim lat I orated on the trl lav of January. ISSfJ. and wm rrrnrded r.n the fifth day of .Ianuiy. I8i. in Keroid i.f Minr. G'dii-e County Kccnrd, in B -ok 3, PMCe 813 Said Mnrcarita Mining Claim it siiu.itud about on rail" and one half South et of the city ol Tnratxli.nr, and about one half milt- West of the Stoiiettall mine, a.id lie Immediately South of tie Eaj;Ie mine. Co i.uie'icniL' t tlii-i monumrnt of null where tbi notice ii ported mil run ninf 751 feet easterly andT.X) feet wterlj to a monurai-nt of rock, with mur.uincnta of roe k on each corner of tl. claim. Said ine.h..lf interest bavins: bei-n attached "n ttir 4tli day of Man ti.lbbS. and duly recorded in Count r Kciuidcr's .tfice on 6th day of Marrh, lbS5. Xot'ee Is hereby given that on Thurjday, the 10:h day of September. IStlS.Ht In o'tlork u. in. of that day. in iront o' Jnstiie C. S. CUikV otllcc. County of CchUe, I will sell i-ll tb risbt, title asd interest of id N. B. Laiatd, in and to the above drSrnlt rop erty, at public aui lion forcili lawful money to the l.ulcsi and bt 8t bidder, to tatiry ia!d t-i-cmiun and all csi. Dated at Torabttoae the 20th dav of Aug. ut, ;bs5- BEN J.VMK.X. Colletnb'.O. JAMEES . JROB1NSOX, Attorney and Counselor at Law OFFICE: Kart Sid's nf Tnnrtb street bs twn Aikn tad loubnui stiMts. Order of Court, LX THE COUNTY Con.T OF COCHISE A COU.NIY, -K.ZON.Y ThllltiTOKY. JntueniHtt rci Uro uorn-thHuii.il. iticr- ou, who bent lor do...- b'.uliu m d r itie llriu nmuai!a: lcol K r t 3, IVirrrun. In aid c U-. i audfrrt'or li.tulte"id.btu . l.f Kurirruudl). 11, I t-r"ii. hai.i. grtl.d II h" c urt, t e r u li lon,(nduic bi d lut.u or I. i lrencr b fblcti it apae r- ih-ii tlt-yao.' insu veuitbtorn,lb Id i o K riiT anil u. II I t.-r nar-n-r. bid tlur.-d tube IiimjItmi .Tte h-..r.ff.f be Coun y of fwlii-e I tcrrby I rec til to nUe iOH.fft-loii of 1 1 -h -st 'e real ai.d perio' at o' tbe .... LrKoiccr and tt 11 f-i r-oi. d. Lt.i'-i. h"',''r or a psr'ncrshlp o pe aou&l cbarict.'r ixiepti-ucba-) m:v lieljj U vitrap'. Irwm .Xtcn'lon. m.d ! al their u! toui L m, Kx.k of actoa n &l1 paper", ai.sj "O kn p mi Mine rateiy uiinl tneuppoiutintn". of an afijpnvoi tneertaie. All petoiis arc I ubld uru o pay a .rileb's to t'i- aid icrdtecu r iti.er of ib.Si, or to d.lhtr ar.y piopi-riy be longi g to it, in, or to any person, llrui or torpor a vno a-iiiclttll.in lor ihi-lr ore. 'J'be nild dobi ra -heri'b, faiblddtu t' trannler or d 1 ver any propci ty until tbe lVrtb.r crdtr cr tLl-. Couri. ex opt aa h nti. a ikrrd. It tunrtb r o drr.d list all tte cred'tora ol ia:d dMot. b.'anct appibi litfor tte Iln. Vel 'et Sirce , J'.d e't tb- ecu. ty Coun of iiUm Cut ty, ArUdna Te'r 'o y. In pen, ou. t. i ilir oart iuoim oi h. lit o n lit be Clj ol loinl) ! r, co.Lty .lid t-r I ti.v h o ey nd,ou ibu lUth day or rptt-inb r 1 ei. at SO o'clock a a, ol t ut day. to pr.re tb-'ir dii a a .n cfcose one o m"i ni-lKU.c .f IUp evtate I csld debt irr. I t .ituer.--ii r.-. thai l h' Older he puillin e-t -i. flit lolUHIosi. I aly. p er ii d a i.wp;rr ' .-ii-rl rircrlnun, vuM'h d In the . it f Totnb- ne in Ihi- couut of Coco Ire an Terrltorr nf Ariz., a. tilt, u fcc ald paper lc publULed brl re tbe d-y ect tar th ai el c of tpe lloir, A i.J It i I .Hi" i rdcrd- d that in t1 e raeiiiifm all pmee t i!aaiiir.t e a d Iu nlv ute be t'lie . HUlblhU TI(K- 1. liaUd AckUet 1. lttj. Cuul.l; Judi;e DOCTOR EDWARD "WINGARD. FlIVSICIAX & SUKOEON. Ofllce- Fremont uml 4 li St. lu-st dooi to P Btofilre. Pl.-eJts of Women :md Children. Arizona Mail rombstone,f yb'iLt'ZY'.' J3g.ptK Stace for Fn'rliit k. (nnn.'i-tiiic for eastern and western bound t'alM on Southern PacjCc railniad l.-.ivi t 0:15 o't-toik n in fctusre Icihik Fairl-.ink uj on arrival of Sunon train, and leme Tnmti-tonc to connect vi'.li train 'o jjnnuru at ' oVIoi k p. m. M;e ler Fairliank b way of Cb.irie-tuii,Iejvr Toaibstoue at'Jo'cIock a, m sua re titru upon iiriirnl oi TtetiiO'i ft .on. stane for xtithee lcac. terj morning at C o'clock, except SuudaTS. 406 Allen St. Under Occidental HcteK "Robt, Crouch, Proprietor, Tliis iSpae is JResovved Ioi' Summerfield Bros. Fashion Having puchased the 'RoUmz Stock and Horses o. J, C ian"ba. also makmcr maty additional puciias e?, 3 . i; in i- I acd to cfie to e Tombstone public tiie Finest Tirn-outs Ever Bi-ougrlit tM the Territory, and on Keasftatte Terms. Transient and Aarding Animals CarefiillJtared For. .AJlen St,;bl 3d and 4.th- A. T. Jones, w For Sale! One of 'lie olJest and best pay. ing testauraixts in this city will ha --old very reasonable if called for within tho next two weeks. Sick- nej3 causes the present owner to t Ieavo the territory. For part-cu. Inrs tall or address this office, whej full information will be given. Dissolution Notice. Tbn pir nrrrhlp heretofore exlttlne nailer tha flria riK'ncof O l. M-rnd & Co, nd lietnora . D Merlll. T, . Kirnhah, and J II. H'alr. In the lumber itn.l ia 1) ui ea, ha- tMo t'aj teen Jul'idb' ni'iiu 1 con-ent, and the baftn j will lir ioimIiic vt in toe fu'ure h Plair Mer rill, v.bu will collect all accounts -nd pir al bills O. I). II JKHILL T 8 KlXBJIL, j. il, atAiK Ca-r's Canyon, Dnacbaca M- natmlor, Au, J 'ii Co-PartiHrship Xoticet W, 'he ur-derrlzu d, hae tbl day entered la ii co-pan ti rHp a nt-tre njle andn me 1 Itlilr t le 111, and vr 11 o-liect all bllla asd . it il iudi.btt.dne a of tba td firm. O.D. Mtuwii, J. II. BLaiK Carr'fc Canyon. Iieacuh.'a Monntaln An, !,, Notice. Tlieundcrtlsrncil nill. apply to- the Bntrd f I'aidon- now in session, far' tne pardon of I.. D Lawrence, cuiivii ted nt tho .May lirm I the UMrlrt Court of Coiliinr. county Wst of nidiiilauuhter. BEN GOODRICH. Atto-ncv for 1 D. UvtCKRN-cx. Tombstone Au;ut24, 18SS. and Stsgs Line, !:i Tz:r '-SA '&J--ii JWPl' t I s Stabler. pronrietor. .- j ...i Am.smuMII - -.