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B93 DIRRAGH'S STAGE UNE.
Stigc to connect with western bin id tnh lcie
at 3 30 p m.
nc Uco tiu.t Willi cvitern-boanl trim lcie
at 3-30 p. 111.
Stage tq connect with Ginjims train leaves
at 730 a. 111.
bttge for Charleston 1eiv;s at 7:30 a. m.
B1AD3HAWS STACE LINE.
Stic for Uisbcc leisei at 1 p. in. (ccept Sun
Lcivcs llislwe -U 6 -1, 111
OTice o5 Allen Street, under Ocudcnti
This paper Is kept on file at E. C. Dalce's
Advertising Ageucy, 64 and 65 Merchants' Ex
hange, San Francisco, Cal , where contracts
or advertisments can be made for It.
Mrs. Melcalf is summering in beauti
ful Santa Btrbara.
Mrs. W. V. Woodman is veiling her
daughter in San Bernardino.
Mrs. G. V. Cheyney and children are
visiting friends in Los Angeles.
Mr. and Mrs. B. . McGrew are in
from their ranch, in the Whetstones.
Mrs. B. A. Packard and children are
spending the summer at Olean, N. Y.
Mis. M. H. Sherman is spending the
summer with her parents in Utica, N. Y.
Mr. H. A. Tweed, wife and daughter
are enjoying surf-bathing at Santa
Mrs. Shattuck and her sister, Miss
Bootes, are in Northwestern Pennsyl
vania visiting relatives.
Miss Sarah Herring, after a month at
Santa Monica, is visiting her sister, Mrs.
C. W. Chun, in El Paso.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Leach are in San
Francisco, where the former is being
treated for his dislocated arm.
Mrs. J. V. Vickers and family and
'Mrs. Childs arc at the Chiricahua Cattle
Company" El Dorado ranch.
Col. Herring and family and Miss
Annette Ellis are breathing the pure
mountain air of the Swisshelms.
Dr. G. E. Goodfellow and C. S. Fly,
the photographer, are pioneering for
volcanoes in the Sierra Madres.
The family of Capt. Taj lor are in Oak
land. When Mrs. Taylor's health will
warrant, they will continue their journey
Mrs. Mark Smith is visiting rehtives
In Dallas, Texas, while her liege lord,
the Hon. Mark, is in Washington on
Mr. Rtdge'.y Tilden, editor of the
Prospector, whose health of late has not
been of the best, h trying a change of air
at Fort Huachuca.
Mrs. F. S. Earle and her sister, Miss
Miller, who went East by way of the
Isthmus, a few weeks since, when last
heatd from were at Pottsdam, N. Y.
Mrs. S. L. Hart and Mrs. Kirt Hart,
who have been visiting friends and rel
atives in Michigan and Wisconsin, are
expected home in two or three weeks.
Meschmes Ulmer, Howe, Peto and
Wolcott and Miss Hart departed this
morning for Roberts' ranch, in the Hua
chucas, where they will rusticate for a
Mrs. L. W. Blinn and her son, Irving,
who have been enjoying the sea breezes
at Santa Monica, were joined this week
by Mr. Blinn. They are expected home
Mrs. Ganzhorn, Miss Lucy Herrick
and Miss Minnie and Maggie Hill who,
in company with Mr. Lamb, have been
trying the healing waters of Hooker's
Hot Springs, will be home the coming
Mr. F. M. Likes, who returned to
Tombstone a few days since after an
absence of more than a year, goes to
Silver City, N. M. He expects to re
turn in a few weeks with his family. Mr.
Likes considers Tombstone good enough
The Masons meet to-night for work in
the second degree.
Frank Wolcott is now fairly settled in
his new quarters, on Fremont street,
The Methodist Sunday school con
template a picnic at Herrick's ranch in
the near future.
Thanks, Jimmy, for the kind words of
the Prospector. May our shadow and
subscription list never grow less.
Rev. Geo. L. Pearson will hold the
nsual services at the Methodist church
to-morrow, at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Sunday school at 12:15.
When Tombstone rids itself of the
cranks, blackmailers and growlers, who
have proven its curse since its inception,
may we fully enjoy the prosperity which
our magnificent mines and country war
rant. Jack Burns, charged with killing a
steer belonging to T F. Hudson, on the
west side of the Huachucas more than a
jear ago, was yesterday held by Justice
Shearer in the sum of $500 to await the
action of the grand jury.
As an offset to Auzona's Tombstone,
Colorado has a town called Monument.
No state or territory shows up with a
town called Shroud or Coffin or Corpse.
Veril), the possibilities ol ghastly no
menclature are not exhausted, Altn.
NO PLACE LIKE HOME.
Tlio Sensible Oouclusion Arrived at After
One dry this week the recording Sec
retary of the Can'tgetaway Club inter
viewed two returned sisters, with the fol
lowing result. The ErirM'H thinks it
detects a grain of envy on the ptrt of the
Secretary, but gives place to the inter
view all the same:
'Ah, Mrs N., so you hae returned
from your summer outing. , Did ou enjoy
"Oh! splendidly. Had such a good
"Ah, yes, you were out at C.'s ranch
were you no:? Have they a fine place? '
"Not much of a house only a 3 room
cabin; it does seem nice to get b.ick to my
own comfortable place."
"Was it cool out there?"
"Oh, yes, lovel) ; warm in town?"
"Yes, warm most of the lime; it is so
"To-day! why I think this is a lovely
day; it was a great deal warmer out in the
"Indeed! then we here certainly had
the better of you. Did you enjoy the
rambles over the ranch?'
"Mercy, no; I didn't go out much, I am
so afraid of tarantulas and snakes, you
know. Tombstone is so awful dull isn't
"Oh, yes, it must seem so to you, after
all the gay times of a ranch in the m8un
tains." "Gay! I wasn't out of the house hardly
while I was there. We went to bed with
the chickens and got up with the flies.
Flies do get up so early, and they won't
let one sleep. Is there anything in the
Tombstone market to eat; I'm just starv
ed for fresh egetables. Didn't hae a
thing of that kind, and actually no milk,
on a cattle ranch too. 1 must see what
I can find to eat, so good morning."
The foregoing conversation having
been heard betneen two of our ladies
was an inducement to find out the senti
ments of o'.hers who had had a trip, so
one that returned from California was
sought and interviewed
"So glad, Mrs. K., to see you have re
turned; been having a lovely time, of
"Indeed I have for two months, can't
begin to tell you all the good time that I
"No doubt, went to the theatre quite
"No; I didn't get out much, the chil
dren took up my time so, and nearly all
my friends were avay from home on
their summer trips, and of course I
couldn't go out alone."
"Lively in California now?"
"Well I should say so; everybody wild
about land, buying and selling."
"Does everybody sell?"
"Oh, yes, nobody buys to keep; they
onlv buy to sell again."
''Where do the improvements come
"Oh, they will come after awhile, but
everybody wants to sell now and make
"How much will the last man make
wno has no one to sell to?"
"Noboiy expects to be the last man,
you know; I invested alittle myself, hope
I will make something, enough to pay my
expenses anyhow, such an expensive
"I thought California was such a cheap
place to live?'
"It is, of course, much cheaper than
Tomhstone; but I da spend so much
when I ga there; I don't understand it."
"But then it .would have cost so much
more to live here, that it makes up for
the expense of your trip."
"Oh, no, but then I had to have a
change, you know, and it would have
really benefited me, if it wasn't for that
terrible hot dusty ride across the desert.
The thermometer was 124 degrees in the
cars the diy I come home. But then I
had my trip, you know."
We leave our readers to count up the
benefits derived from either one of the
outings described in these conversations,
while we mentally turn to those most de
luded, of all tourists, the "campers-out."
Killed while Resisting Arrest.
The Phenix Ariznnan of the 2d instant
siys Sheriff Halbert to-day received the
following dispatch from Globe:
Marion Bigley resisted arrest and was
killed. Under Sheriff Benbrook slightly
wounded. E. E. Hodgson, Sheriff.
In explanation of the above dispatch
the reporter has been informed that the
Sheriff of Gila county was notified a few
days since to arrest Bagley on a charge
of hotse stealing, as it was pretty well
established that he hid stolen an animal
from II. R. Patrick. The sequel is told
in the telegram. Marion Bagley was
about 28 years of age, and his father and
other relatives live at Mesa City. For
several years past he has been suspected
of being connected with a gang of horse
thieves, and has been rapidly going from
bad to worse until now that the end is
AnEpiiAPH reporter recently visited
Tempe, and found evidences of energy
and improvement which led him to be
lieve that Phenix hail a formidable rival
at hci verydcors. While the Phoenicians
were quarreling among themselves, the
Tcmpeites were peaceably building ware
houses, stores and residence1;, and with
the completion of the new hotel to be
erected thU fall, will be piepared to wel
come and handsomely entertain all the
home-seeker', who may see fit to visit
them. Phenix must look well to its
laurels, or Tempe will soon strip them
THE EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA,
from her brow, for the former enjoys no
advantage in the way of climate, fertile
hnil and location which the lattci does
not possess. However, the valley of the
Salt is a magnificent domain and can
well sustain two thriving cities.
Macneal, Moore & Co , are removing
their large stock of goods to the building
formerly occupied by Bothin & Co , on
Allen street, below Third. The new
rooms being larger will better accom
modate the increasing business of this
Mr. Thomas Chattman has bought the
interest of his partner, Mr. Hunter, in
the cattle heretofore owned by iliem
Messrs. Lawrence and Vandcrvort,
typographical tourists, hailing from
Tombstone and bound-east, passed
through Wilcox this week.
Married Todd-O'brien At the resi
dence of the bride's parents, in Sulphur
Spring valley, by D. N. Hunsaker, J. P.,
Geo. W. Todd and Nellie O'Brien, both
of Sulphur Spring valley.
The house of Mart Moore, tix miles
from Wilcox, was totally destroyed by
fire on Sunday morning last. All of the
furniture, etc., was burned with the ex
ception of an organ, which was taken
from the burning building by a Mexican,
who had charge of the place during the
absence of Mr. Moore and family. The
origin of the fire is not known. Mr.
Moore and family returned to the place
the early part of the w eek from the Hot
Springs, only to find their home reduced
Proceedings of the Board ofSupr
visors of Ooohise County-
Tombstone, August 1, 1887.
Board met pursuant to adjournment
at 10 o'clock, a. m.
Present D. Cohn, Chairman, and
Supervisors Frank L. Moore and T. J .
The following bills were ordered paid
and warrants drawn.
Florence Hemstead, janitress $ 75 00
Sarah Knight, milk 935
L. A. Engle, milk 12 07
Mrs. Caviot, indigent person.. 15 00
T. J., White, supervisor '7235
E. C. Dunn, county physician. . 150 00
Geo. Hanger, steward 8000
fames Brown, nurse 2500
Joe Chinaman, cook 40 00
Geo. Farrington, jailor 155 00
Tal Roland, guard 124 00
Win. Shilliam, jailor 25 00
Wm. Shilham, constable 12 00
D . Johnson, jailor 23 00
Danl Simons, jailor 25 00
F. L. Moore, supervisor 105 00
D. Cohn, supervisor 105 00
Epitaph, notices 5 85
Wm. D. Monmonier, clerk. .. 141 70
On motion the Treasurer was instruct
ed to transfer $6 29 from the general
fund to be applied to the payment of the
taxes of A. Hill for the year 1886.
The Board adjourned to meet at 2
o'clock p. m.
The Board met pursuant to adpurn
ment at 2 o'clock.
Present D. Cohn, chairman, and
Supervisor T. J. White.
The following bills were allowed and
Daily Epitaph, notices, etc. . .$ 33 90
Alex. Ereeman, signs 10 00
A. Hill, carpenter work, ....... 971
D. Johnson, services 10S 00
Thos. Simmons, interpreter. ... 5 00
S. C. Bagg, mdse 10805
H J. Peto, drugs 39 75
J. Hoefler, groceries 8569
A. L. Bancroft, book 12 50
Wm. Brauch, vegetables 5 40
T. A. Atchison, plumbing 15 50
On motion the clerk was instructed to
procure such books and blanks as are
needed by the county officers.
On motion the road running northerly
from Wilcox towards Safford by way of
Hays canyon to the Graham county line,
is hereby declared a public highway and
is contained in the Wilcox road district.
On motion the Board adjourned to
met at 10 o'clock, August 22, 1887.
Approved: David Cohn,
Wm. D. Monmonier, Cletk.
The following letters remain uncalled for in
the Tombstone post-office for the week endint;
August 6th, 1887:
Barber Bay son Kingdom George
Baker Mrs T. E. KcUe Clements
Bell J. Leonard Gus A
Bliss Miss Mattic MuAloney R, 1 (2)
Pabero Cavannin MchnderJ,
Green C. Miller Jacob
GnbbleW. F. Mitchell Joe
HenlyChas Ntnnnn Chas
Kelly M. D.
Manuele Manso uani Lopez
Mnrta Son Jcse B Subiran
Any pernon calling fm .ny of the above left
terswill pie lie ny ''ailvutiieiT'niid gio the
date. 0. S. Cur.
F. & A- 14.
King Sololomon Lodge No. 5, F. & A.
M., holds stated meetings on the third
Saturday night in each month in
Masonic hall at 7:30 p. m. Special
meetings held whenever blue flag is
hoisted. Visiting brothers are cordially
invited to attend, David Cohn,
11. U. Maxson, Secretaty.
The Latest and Greatest Discovery
Dr. J. De Pratt's Hambug Figs a
crysuhzed fiuit c.ithirtic. A boon to
every ho'isehold. A most delicious
Iaxitive or purgative, prepared from
fruits and vegetables. So perfectly
harmless that they miy be administered
with entire safety to an infant. So effi
cacious to adults that a single dose
will prove their value, and so elegant a
prtpir.ition that it needs only to be pre
sented to the public to become a neces
sity in eery household throughout the
land. Foi liver complaints habitual
constipation, indigestion, dyspepsia and
piles, they are a specific. To travelers
by sea and land they will be found in
valuable; they arc positively unfailing in
heir action, and this is the only medicine
ever offered to the public that is accept
able to the taste, and so pleasant tint
children will eat the figs as eagerly as
candy. For sale by every druggist
throughout the world. Price 25 cents a
box. J. J. Mack & Co., Prop's , 9 and 1 1
Front street, San FJancisco, Cal.
Dr. Flint's Heart Remedy will prolong
life by preventing those sudden deaths
from heirt disease which bring untold
grief to families, often plunging them
into poverty, because ot the untimely
disease of the bread-winner. At drug
gists, $1.50. Descriptive treatise with
each bottle, or address J. J. Mack & Co.
D. R. FLINT'S HEART REMED
banishes sick headache, and will prevent
the return of this most terrible of pains
if taken when the warning symptoms
give noticeof the recurrence of an attack
At Druggists, $1.50. Descriptive treatise
with each bottle; or address J. J. Mack
S-Co., San Francisco.
We are now prepared to draw drafts
direct, issue letters of credit, and transfer
money by mail, and cable, on all points
of Europe Asia, Africa and Australia.
R. W. Wood.
Bank of Tombstone
First publication August 6, 1837. J
APPLICATION I OK IT. S. PATET fto .
IVotlcc or Application of Charles TO. Lench
Tor 11 ('! Patent for Hie Inslthnnce
.o. -.' Mining tlnlm.
Unhld States Lano Officf, )
Tucson, Ariz., July 28, 1887. J
Notice is hertby given that Charles W.
Leach, whose post office address is Tombstone,
Arizona, has filed his application for a pitcnt
to three hundred and fift-nme linear leet of the
Last Chance No. 2 mining claim vein, lode or
mineral deposit bearing sihtr and gold, with
surface ground three hundred and ninety-five
and eight-tenths fett in widih, lying and being
in the Tombstone Mining Diatnct.in the county
of Cochise and territory cf Arizona, and that
said Leach is about to make application to the
United States fora pi'cntforsaid mining claim,
which claim is more fully described as to metes
and bounds by the official plat and survey
thereof now on file in the oilice of the Register
of the U. S lmd office at Tucson, in the terri
tory of Arizona, which field nolcs of survey
describe Ihc boundinrs and extent of said
claim on the surf ice, with magnetic vamtion, at
11 43' E., as follows to wit
Commencing at the initial monument, a four
inch post in a monument of s'ones, post marked
I. M. Last Chinee No 2 M. C. No i, from
which U. h M. M. No 1 bears S o2o'W.
1572 feet distant, corner of sctions 1 and N.
boundary T. 20 S. R. 22 east bears N. 70 55' E
q 236 leet distant; thence N 33 42' W. 2938
feet to a 4-inch post marked L. C. No, a M C.
No, 2, thence N, 43 06' E 359 feet to a 4-mch
post 111 a monument of stones, post marke-i L.
C. No 2 M, C. No 3; thence S 33 42' 283
feet to an iron pin, from which 4-inch post in
monument of stones, marked L C. No 2 M.
C. No 4, bears b 4130' W. 6 feet distant on
the south line of Sulphuret M C; thence S a8"
20' 141 feet to a 4-inch post marked I C. No 2
M. C. No, 5, thence south 47 13' W. 341 feet
to a 4-inch poat marked L C. No 2 M, C. No.
6, thence N. 330 42' W. 100 feet to post No. 1
the plice of beginning containing an area of
3 24 acres, fcaid mining claim is also recorded
in the office of the County Recorder of Cochise
counfy, In the tetntory of Arizona. The pre
sumed general course and direction of (he said
mining claim, vein, lode or mineral deposit be
ing shown, as near as can be determined from
the present de elopments, upon the plat filed
with the Register of the land office at Tucson as
aforesaid. This claim is for 395 linear feet
thereof, together with the surf ice ground shown
upon said plat, the vein, lode and mining prem
ises hereby sought to be patented being bound
ed by abuttals as follows to wit south by the
Herald M. C , west by the Boss M. C, north by
Sulphuret M. C, and east by the Mayflower M.
C. Said Iast Chaace No. 2 M. C. being des
ignated in said pht as lot No. 194 and survey
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
mining ground, vein, lode, premises or any
portion thereof, so described, surveyed, platted
and applied for, are hereby notified that unless
their adverse claims are duly filed with the Reg
ister of the U. S. land office at Tucson, in the
territory of Arizona, during the sixty days' pub
lication of this notice, they will be forever
barred from asserting any such adver-c claim
And I hereby order that the foregoing notice
be published for ten weeks in the Tombstone
Epitaph, a weekly newspaper published at
Tombstone, in the county ol Cochise and terri
tory of Arizona. . D. DUFF, Register
Notice of Homestead Proof.
(Homestead Application No 575 )
United St atfs Land Office, )
Tucson, Ariz., July 29, 1S87 J
Notice is hereby given lint ihe following
named settler has filed notice 01 her intention
to make final proof in support of her claim, and
that said proof will bo made before the Register
and Receiver of the U. S. land office at Tucson
Arizona, on the 15th diy of September, 1887,
viz, Mary Kmnear, of Pantano, Arizona terri
tory, for the southeast quarter of the northwest
quarter, and northeast quarter, southwest quar
ter and north hall southeast quarter, all in sec
tion ii, T. 18 S , R 18 F. Gila and Salt Rir
meridian. She names tli" following witnesses to
prove her continuous residence upon and culti
qation of ssid Iind, viz: H. W Gerwun and T
B Robinson, of Benson, Cochise county, A T ;
and M McAll stcr and Kirk hpsy, of Pantano.
Pima countv, A I"
A, D DUFP Register,
Notice to Creditors-
(Estate of Anionic Minims, deceased )
Notice is hcrdiv given by the underigncd
administrator o( th estate of Antoinc Mnrihus,
d'eeased to the creditors of and all persons hav
ing claims against th: said deceavd to exhibit
thcmwith the ntwssiry vouchers within ten
months after the first publication of tin-, notice
to the said administrator, at M icncal, Moore &
Co 's store, on Allen street, Tombstone.Arizona
ttrrilory, Ihe same being the place for the trans
action ef the busmesi of said Estate
Administrator of ihcestiteof Mitoine Manhiii,
Saturday, August 6, i8
ALLEN R. ENGLISH,
Attorney and Oounsalor at Law,
S. nnil Itlstrlrl 4 iiurt iiiniiilslaii-r.
(Ullfr Oilllll) Court Houxr
FRANK C. KARLB,
Assay & Metallurgical Laboratory
Oilice: ttll) Fremont Street,
Opposite Cty Hall
CHARLES GRANVILLE JOHNSTON,
SAttorney and Counselor at Law.
City of Tombstone, Fremont S'reet, bet.
Fourth and Fifth.
Next door to J. V. Vickers.
H. G. HOWE,
TouitHTONi: limn vi.
toil Htntc lcputy Mineral Surveyor.
Attention given to care of mines for non
esident owners and corporations. (Member
American Institute of Mining Engineers). The
best of reference given.
J. V. VICKERS,
REAL ESTATE Bought, Sold and Rented.
COLLECTIONS Made, Taxes Paid, etc.,
MONEY Loans Negotiated and Investments
INSURANCE Fire, Accident and Life.
MINES Bought and Sold.
TOMBSTONE, A IZ0NA:
GEO. H. CARREL -R.
W. WOOD - -
- - - Cashier,
WILL TRVNSACT A GENERAL
KINC BUSINESS, EXCHANCE, RECEIVE DE
POSITS COLLECTIONS, ETC.
L. M. JACOBS,
A. E JACOBS
Transacts a General Banking, Exchange and
Especial attention gn en to all Business of Cor
respondents and their interests
Prompt attention guaranteed to all business
entrusted to our care
Foreign and Domestic Encliange
Bought and Sold,
324 Fremont St.. Tombstone.
OlAfLB ano ?ANOr GKOUKIHS,Cholce
O Brands ot Kentucky Whisky, and grain of si
kinds Kept constantly on hand and sola at lowed
E9A nil line or Assayert' Snppltea constantly
FRANK B.AUSTIN Proprietor.
0 K CORRAL,
liven &FeB Stable
TRANSIENT STOCK WKLL OARBD Jf C 1
Good variety of Buggies, Carriages ana
Wagons, with teams to match. Bleven-paseenger
axcasslon coach, suitable for plcnlcsi other
parties. Orders sent by mail or telegraph Tor
ontttts will bo promptly attended to.
John nontfompry Proprietor.
409 ALLEN STREET,
(Between Fourth and Fifth )
THE ONLY FIRST-CLASS
in rur city
FINE LADIES' PARLORS.
SHELL & CANNED OYSTERS
Always on Hand
ARMAHD STUQUET. Proprietor
G. W. SWAIN,
Attornoy-at-Law ami Notary Public
once: 113 lourJh Street.
HENRY CAMPBELL, Prop.
CHOICE BRANDS OK
Liquors and Cigars.
St. Leuis Lager Beer, English Ale and
Porter on draught.
tST VIIXKI) lUIMt? A SPM-IALTY. -S
HAFFNER & SHAUGHNESSY
All brands of Fine Liquors
Kept constantly On hand,
Also the best Imported cigars.
The best BILLIALD HALL in the city in
connection with the saloo'i
ST. LOUIS BEER ON DRAGHT. ,
JOHNNY DEAN, PROPRICTOR.
Allen Street, Botween Third and Eourth
TOMBSTONE, A. T.
Finest Brands of Liquors and Cigars
The only place in the city where
Uelmar Punches and Gum Drop Cock
tails can be obtained.
IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALOON.
A. COHN &
Cutlery, Stationery and
Constantly n Han&.
MEERSCHAUM AND AMBER GOOD
Ale Agents for the "SLOTE CIGAR.'
A. COHN &. BRO.
Allen Street, bet. fourth and Fifth
THE TRASK HOUSE
BENSON, A. T.
The best Lodging House in
NEAT AND CLEAN,
LARGE AND AIRY
Given to Guests.
San Pedro Street, llenson, Arizona.
MRS. S TRASK, PROPRIETOR.
ALLEW ST., ABOVE SEVENTH.
TERMS: 16 per week in advance, or
.1 ; - .. 1 ..... .:.i : j
wou m inn jidiu in auvunix.
Particular Attention Given to
ALL MEALS PREPARED WITH
CAKE UNDER MY SUPERVISION
A fair portion of the public patronage
PARS. LINSTRUM, Proprietor.
Alien Slreet, M. Fourth and Fifth
Meals Cooked to Order
And all the Delicacies of the Sea
son served in first-class style.
KT.NO CUIVAWF.N EHFLOVEB.T1
Miners will find it to their adva
tage to cull at this Restaurantn
Mrs. A. B. Coyle, Propr.
McAllister & Mccone Prop"s.
All Kind of Mill and Mining Machinery,
flfHVj- una Light Canines of Iron and Brass
wade to Order on hort Kotlcc. 8tamp, Fast,
fetttlcr, Itctrrte, Cr-Kts, Curs, Skcets, Billing
Tank. Etc , from I.Meet Benign. Tcrtable
Hoisting Enzii or, S S:amp Pn.epcctors' Mill
Hade to Oricr. Screcup of ell Utjct'.ptlont
lynched or lotted Knelnca Indicated and Ad
luted. Agents 'or Albany Lchrtcath g Com.
pojndo. Cjllndir, SplLdleand Vaheolls, West
Inchause Automatic Engines from 2 to 200
Horse Power and all eleo In the Machine and
Vounc'ry Line. Also
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JAMES P. MCALLISTER, Manager.
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Nervous Debility, Organic Weakness, Premature
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and the advice given is strictly adhered to. It
is (onvement in form, pleasant to take, and
does not interfere with business pursuits. En
dorsed by thousands who have used it Be sure
you obtain Dr. BELL'S MEDICAL DISCOV
ERY, and take no other. Your druggist will
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receipt of the price.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR.
Three to five packages will cure obstinate
cases that have resisted ecry other form ot
treatment. Prepared only by
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SAN JOSE HOUSE,
Qor. Fifth and Fremont Sts.,
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