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ured the services f of
Jf u s 1 Class Workmanship
Near Oivsta.l P'elIelo.
LJ . - THE s'pEQiALIST. ' -No.
11 Keakny St., San Francisco
Treats all Chrunie; Special and Private Dis
eases witli Wonderful Snccess.
The Great English Remedy
Is"" a never falling
cure for nervous de
bility,, exnausiea vi
tnlltv. seminal weak
lost mapnoou, uupw
tency, paralysis, and
all the terrible effects
n( eelf abuse, jouui-
follies and excesses in
mature years Such us loss ot memory,
lassitude, nocturnal einisiion, aversion to
society, dimness of visstoc, noises in the
head, . "excess in drinking intoxicating II
nnn tht iritsii flnM nnsainc unobserved
in the urine, and many other diseases that
Jpaa to insanity and aeatu.
, Dr. Mintie. who is i regular physician,
gr-iduate ot the University of Pennsylvania,
Kill agrc! to forfeit five hundred dollars for
ft once of this kind that ,the Vital Restorative
(Und:r his special devise and treatment) win
d cure, or loranyming impure or mjui
ois found in it. T)r. Mtntie treats all
private diseases successfully without mer.
cm-. i:nnsiilf.i'lon frefi. lhorouffti exam.
ination and advice, includiig analysis of
urine; $5. Price of Vital Restorative $1.50 a
Dottle, or four times, the quantity jor $5;
senc to any address upon receipt of price, or
C. O. D .securi'd from observation and in pri
vate nae, il. desired, by DR. MINTIE,
11 Kearny street, San Francisco, Cal.
I Send for lis, of ouestiousand pamphlet,
Sampie Bottle Free,
Will be'.sentto any one applying by letter.
plating symptoms, scz ana age. atrict se
crecy in regard to 'all business transactions
r . DR. SUNTIE'S" BRAIN CURE.
Dr. Mintie's Kidney. Remedy, Nei-iibeti-cnitcuie3
nil kinds of kidney and bladder
complaints, gonnorrhEa,leeucerrhuM, gleet,
"for sale by ,a.l druggists; $1. a bottle, six
,' Dr. Ilinlie's mndelion Pills are the best
and cheapest dyspepsia and bullous cure in
ine nv)ruii. tor sue oy ar aruggisis.
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Enquire at Cochise County Bank.
Buy a package of "Reforhi Tea,
and receive a handsome present at' R
"iVMansfield. J-18tf '
Goods are being sold cheaper at
"Summerfield's store than ever 'before
Meeting JS'otice. "
. Bumsia- PubtKg. 'j,Dept. Cal., G.
i.. R-; :;gular meetlDgs 1st and 3rd Sat
urdays in each month, at the City Halh
U 7:30 p. m. - Geo. R. Watt,"
A. L. Gbow CorjiSifT'iei-)- .
SS-CAPJTAL PRIZE; 875,000-Si
Tickets onir 65. Shares in propor
i tlon.H "z - s
Louisiana "State Lottery Company.
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"We do hereby' certify Jha't. we supervise
the arrangements for all the Monthly Jind
Quarterly Drawings' of The" Louisiana
State Lottery Company, and it. person, man:
aue and control tbc; Drawings themselves,
and that the sanic are conducted with hon
ety, fairness, and in good Jaith toward all
parties, and wq.autborize tlie Company to
use this certificate, "with fac-simllts qT our
signatures attached, in-Its. adrertiseracnts, "
We, tht undersigned Banks and Bankers,
will pay-all Prizes crawn in the Louisiana
State Lotteries which may be, presented at
J. II. OGLESltV, Pre. I.ouIkI.
si Ji a Rational liauk.
jr. W. filLBRETU, Pres. State
A. BACDWDi, Ire. Wev Or
leans iValionsil Hank
Incorporated' in 186S for 25 years "by tho
Legislature for Educational and Charitable
purposes with a capital of $1.000,000 to
which a reserve fund of over $550,000 bas
since been' added.
By an overwhelming popular vote it
franchise was made a part of the present
State Constitution adopted December ad,
A. D., 1879.
The only Lottery ver voted on and en
dorsed by the peopie of any State.
It never, scales or postpones.
Its Cirand Sinfile dumber
Dratvinisrs will take place monthly, and
tbe Extraordinary Uravflnpi
regularly every three month, instead of
semi annually as heretofore, beginning
A SPX.I3XIII OPPORTUNI
TY TO WIN A KOltTIJNK.
SEVENTH GRAND DRAWING. CLASS G.
IN THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, NEW
ORLEANS. TUESDAY, JTulj- 13, 'ISStt
194th Monthly Drawing.
Capital Prize, $75,000
100,000 Tickets at Five Dollars
Each. Fractions, in Fifths In
' list or riuzro.
1 CAPITAL PRIZiJ
1 do do 25.000
1 do do 10,000
2 PRIZES OF $0.000 12.0C0
5 do 2,000 10,000-
10 do 1.000 10,000
20 do 500 10.000
100 do 200 20,000
300 ro - 100 30.000
500 do 50 25,000,
1000 do 25 25,000
9 Approximation Prizes of $750.. ?6,750
1,907 Prizes, amounting to $205,500
Application for rates to clubs should be
made only to office of the Company in New
For further information write clearly, giv
ing full address. POSTAL NOTES, Express
Money Orders, or New York Exchange in
ordinary letter. Currency by Express (at
our expense) addressed
M. A. 1AUPHIN,
'few Orleans, La.
or M. A. DAUPHIA',
Washington, I). C.
Hake P. 0. Money Orders navable
and address Kegistered Letters to
New Orleans National Bank,
New Orleans, La.
(Sixth St. Bet. Allen and Fremont)
Labarthe & Co,, Proprietors,
Firet-clasa Washing and Ironing at
Only the most, experienced French
All Work1 Guaranteed. All orders
promptly attended to.
Notice to Creditors.
ESTATE OF BENJ. TREBELCOCK. Dr.
ceaseu. ine creditors or, and all perse s
having claims against tbe Baid.'namedestatt ,
are hereby notifled to exhibit their claims,
wim me necessary vouchers, to me 'within
four months' after the first publication ol
this notice, at myofllce. In the city of Tomb
stone, Countv.of Cochise. Territory of Ari.
zona, or me same win oe lorever barred .
Dated, tombstone, Jlay 7th.
W. II. JENKINS,
Allen-St, Bet. Third and Fourth
Next dooi'td The Dally Tombstone.
JAMES DUNNING, PROP.
Horseshoeing a Specially
- -Q;ve me a trial.
From and after this date, I will not be re-
sponsible for any ;hills contracted by my
wife. . ,
TV. TV. BALDWIN.
Benson, November 28, JSSd.
Attorney and Counselor at Law
fi'FFICii'-.KasT Side of Fourth street be
tiiser Asn and Touglnut streets.
DR. E. P. RYDER
Oma-Corner Tdttrth and Fremont streets
Frcmontstrcet above Fifth, Seeth cxtracte-i
and filled, all work warranted.
. HERRING & HERRING.
XTTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
OFFICEr-Tonghnut-Strcet, Dctwecn Third
andourth. sts. Tombstone. A. T, je 1 tf
McAllister McCone; Props.
ALT, KINDS OF WILL AND MINING MA
chinery Heavy ana Light Caetlnes ol Iron
and 13raes made to crdt.r on short notice, stamps
Pans, Settlers, Hetorts, Cbrus. Cars, Skeets,
Iis'llnR Tanks, etc,-from Utest fi'-shms. Porta
ble Uolsting Engines, 3-stauip Propectors'
Mills maoe fo order, 3creen-of subscriptions
punched or lotted Euines tudicliica iud ad
lasted. Agents foi UbsDy L.tbricating' com
pounds. Cylinder. 8!nd e and Valve Oils,
westinghouse Automitic Engines frem2to20il
horse power, and all else in the Mtchlnc and
James P. McAllistei Manager.
O. K CORRAL
Livery and Feed
All?n Street, between Third and lourth.
TRANSIENT STOCK WELL CARED FOR
A good variety of Buggies, Carriages and
Wagons, with teams to match. Eleven
passenger excu rsion coach, suitable for pic
nics or other parties. Orders sent by mail
or telegraph for outfits will be promptly at
--C I T TT
WOOD and COAL YARD !
Is now running and offers fir sale all kinds
of Wood, in any quantity, and Coal
by the Ton or Sack at
LOW PRICES FOR CASH.
A FAIR DEAL.
WOOD SAWED TO ORDER.
Leave orders at the office, Tougbnut ar.i
Fourth streets; at Joe Hoefier's Store, or at
A. J. Brown's Stand at Cochise Ilardware
BUY THE BEST QUALITY
Union India Rubber Co.s.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
If Be sure the boots are stamped on the heels
"Union India Rubber. Co. Crack Proof," and
have the Pure Gum Springs on the foot and
instep, which prevent their cracking, and
makes them the most durable Rubber Boot
Made expressly for mining, fishing, and any
one wishing a very strong and durublo boot
For Sale by all dealers. All kinds rubber
belting; "packing, hose springs, clothing
boots, shoes 'x:.
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S. M K
LABELS, TRADE MARKS, COPY
FRHKL1N It HOUGH,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW
And Solicitor of American and
925 P Street, N. W.,
Near United States Patent Office,
"""" "Washington, D.C.
Tombstone and Fairbank.
FARE REDUCED I SPEED INCREASED!
Thr tinflnKlnnA.f liaviniv nut. rtn flfot nlnea
stock and coaches between tho above named
points is now prepared to. accommodate the
traveling public; connect with all trains at
OFFICE Bradwluivr's Saloon, Al-
t len street between Third and Fourth.
' ' SIME GALLEN, Proprietcr.
LIGHT HEALTHY BREAD
The best dry hop, yeast In the world. Bread
raised by this yeast Is light, white and whole-
tome like our graudmovriBr's delicious bread.
GROCERS SELL THEM.
PREPARED Br THS
Price Baking Powder Co.,
EaiTrs oi nr. mce's special ummg umcB,
St. Louis. Ma.
DEBIL STATED MEN.
Ton are allowed a free triaJeflhtrlu davt of thw
Mo of Dr. Dje's Celebrated Voltaic Belt wltn
lectric Suspensory Appliances, for tho rpeedr
relief and permanent cure ctKervous Debility, loss
of ntalitv and Manhood, and all kindred troubles.
Also for many other diseases. Coraplfte'restora-i!o1.t2-.H.eal,"'V,s0ranl
No risk Is Incurred. Illustrated pamphlet In tcalat
envelope mailed free, br addressing
VOLTAIC BELT CO., Marshall, Hich,
As under tbe former management the
BRloon will continue to retail nothing
but the straight coods, which gave, the
Pony" such a well deserved reputation.
T. B. Ripy's Celebrated Anderson
County Kentucky (four-year-old
sour-mash BourbOn, and
J. IT. Atherton'a equally celebrated Tea
Kettle live, of the same age, retailed at
12 i cents.
The best1 '-Bit Cigar" to be had in the
city, a specialty.
T- A. JONES. Proprietor
The Choicest of Dried Meats and fish
of al! kinds and afc reasonable
rates; also a choice line of
Fa Dii ly Groce ri es.
Fresh Ranch Butter and'Eggs
Fresh Fruit, Berries and
At Lowest Cash Prices
312 ALLEN STREET 312
Wm Head, : Proprietor,
STllranch Eclipse Bakery, '
The pumps have started, and G.
S. Bradshaw, of the
HAS ICE COLD
W. H. WcBrayer's
FAMOUf WHISK JT.
Along with other mixed drinks uot to be
equaled in tbe city. Also the
Whicb Can't be Beat.
On Allea Street, between Third add.Fourth.
G. S. BRADSHAW.
Hafiner & Shanghnessy, tbe popular pro
prietors of the Billiard parlors, on Allen st.
having made arrangements with the propri
tors ot the Celebrated Snhlitz Milwaukee
beer, have had a fine ica chest erected m
their saloon and are no'.v prepared to serve
their numerous customers with schooners
of thl& celebrated beer on draught, ice cold
and try it. a-ltf.
Mrs. Frankie Stump has secured
the best location on tho main street of
Bisbee' and has. opened a first-clasS
boarding house and restaurant theije1"
in, where the residents of Bisbee and
vsitore to the great copper camp, will
receive the finest that tho market af-
JL-SOUlt.oll ot X2l-tll;rliil.
Tho partnership heretofore existing under
the firm name ot Woicott & Mcslck, is this
day dissolved.br mutual consent, Mr. Meslck
retiring from the firm.
All accounts due tho firm will be paid to
F.JN. Woicott, and all bills against the firm
will be paid by F. X. Woicott
Signed F. N. WOLCOTT,
Dated July Sth, :SS8. ' 7-10-lm
The partnership heretofore existing, under
the firm name of Dyar Ss Baldwin, In tho
general merchandise buslne: s, In "tombstone
and Benson, has' been this dav dissolved by
mutual consent, iur. Dyar retiring.- All
bills owd the firm mn.-t be paid to V. W.
B.ildwin, and all bills against the'firm will
be paid by him.
W. W. BALDWIN,
P. M. DYAK.
mbst one, Julyl2,18bG.
ROGEKS BROS., ,
SuLE AGENT FOR BF.XSOK AXD VIOlxm' FOS- " "
HE ABOVE WELL-KNOWN BRAND
Emminent Chemists, and Pronounced by ALL to be
Free from any Adulteration.- - '
Benson, A. T.,
Gener'l Merchandise & Forwarders
Also Agents for Cutting Packing Company, Frank Falk's Milwaukee Beer
th celebrated Studebaker Wagons and Headquarters
for Barbed Wire, Etc , Etc.
A. COHEN & BROS.
ALLEN STREET NEAR FIFTH. -'
Imported and.Bomestic Cigars an
PIPES, SMOKERS' RTICES AND FANCY NOTIONS.
Give Then a Cah,
Cor. Filtlx and. Fremont Streets .
J" o e Hoefler.
MINERS' AND RANCHEKR' SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY.
AGENT FOR IMPROVED AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMEN
And the celebrated.
TURBINE WIND-MILLS, TENTS, WAGON COVERS, BUCKEYE
fjaTFresh Garden, Flower and Field Seeds constantly on hand.
Having puehased the Kollinflr Stock and Horses 01
J , C ")un"ba, also maluncr many additional pilcliases, I
am now pepa ed to ofle to the.Tombstone public the
Ever Bronglit to 1:1 le Territory
and on Reasonable Terms.
Transient and Boarding Animal
- . . Carefully CarefUFi'iv
.llen St., bet., 84fiaiicl th.
A. T. Jones,
Stage for Fairbank. connecting for eastern and western bound trains on Sonthern Btcfll
railrpad leaves at 0:15' o'clock a. m Stage leaves' Fairbank upon arrival of Sonora train
and.Jcve3 Tombstone to connect witli train to Sonora at2 o'clock p.m.
Stajfc ter Fairbank by way of Cliarlcstohjleaves Tombstone-nt 7 o'clock a m., and r
'.urns upon nriivl of Benson tiain. '
Stage for Bisbee leaves every morning a 6 o'clock, except Snnaavs'.
46 o Allen St. Under Occidental JHcte,i,
Eobt, Crouch. Proprietor -
BENSON, A3RIZONA "
HAS BEEN ANALYZED BTTHE SIOS