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Offlcn on Allen Streef, north Blde,"bet?vee"n
Third and F6'arlh. .-
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DtlWertd bv Curriers for 35 cents a Week
.Sandy gob's 6tage Lino.
tatre o cnnnr ct w)th Extern aad West
rn bound trains leave at 9:15 a. m.
"Stmre for Bisbee leates -every day (except
undayj t 6 a..tu.. City time
Swie-Mo "-concect with Gusymas train
lve at pj-ia. I
Su for Charleston leaves at 7 a. m.
Ollce: -tQCAlUii street, underOwJicnt.il
Fostfiflcc'oDen'froni'e a. ni;to 5 p. in
and ona hour after 'distribution of evening
mail.'1 Raslttry business Irom 8 a. tn. tu &
p in. loneyt.oruer business irom v . m. u
4 p. m. Open Suudtys from 1:30 to 3 p. m..
ud one lioar after distribution of evening
mall. All out Rulnjf'tauils (except fur Bit
bee) close at 8 a. tn. Mail for Bii-Uee c!oe
'h! 10 p.tn. Foitl notes mued for any turn
from one cent to t .M3. Fee for each role, S
nts. JOHN P. CLUJT.
Phci'.fT '. E. S. HATCH
Trr.rer A.J. KIITEK
Recorder A. T. J ONE-'
iHstnct Attorney W. H.SAVAGL
Cleric District Oourt W. H. SEAM AN
hurvcjur It. O. KOVVI"
Coroner .-.-. .H. M. M.VITHEWe
Public Admmi-trMoi..., JAMES UEAN
Probate Judirv B. U. PEEL
ni)AHP ox srrcitYisoB:
JOHN MONIOOMERY C'salrmnn
I. F. WHITE.. .C. .'. .MezuLe
J. F. MCALLISTER .Mruibe.
A- O.WALLACE Clerk
Major CHArtt'.ES X. TnOMA.-
CouDrlluian D. (JOHN
'C'ouni llroaa PJUWELJ.
Couiii-iltaxn K. S. KN'UH i
Kceordvr....".. ...." LEEGAn'loN
Cbiof ol Police JAs. COYLL
THE South is in great luck this yeat
with a big cotton crop assured at
the lowest cost in many years
owing to the chiajfnes3 of corn rut!
provisions. Jn Texas alone there is
promise of nearly two-million bales
lliis, if r4aKied, will enable viy
citizen of the- Lone Star state to
ride in a silver-mounted saddle tn
a thoroughbred horse, and resent
insults with a pearl-handled revol
ver mounted with solid gold.
Ijever before in the history of
mining development, has the field
presented so many substantial ele
ments of permanent success. The
measure of chance and uncertainty
has been largely reduced. Ihi
steady development work of the
past fewycars has enabled a reliable
estimate to . be . formed concerning
the character and the requisites of
almost every mining camp of the
country, and a measure of etper
ience has been obtained, which wil
be valuable in new and untried lo.
calities. Instead of the promise of
'bud and blossom, the harvest is
ready for the reaper.and the ripened
fruit now awaits the capitalist and
investor. The spirit of speculation,
born of inexperience, has been exer
cised.and a dispensation based upon
knowledge and wisdom, has been
inaugurated. In view of the per
manence of 8upply,of Security and
certainy of product; of steadiness
and reliability of prices; constant
and regular demand for the results
of this industry, no field presents at
the present time, greater induce
ments or mors reliable seenrity.
Chicago Mining Review. .
A new method of melting iron
has bsen devised in Germany. The
cupola is supplied with blast .thro
ugh twotuytres, one above the
'other, there being eighteen in each
set; the tuyers arc ports, with the
form of a Vertical slat, are directly
connected with a tuyere ring. The
principal feature '"of the cupola is
that the bottom in a slightly in
verted arch, which is pierced by
two openings, through which "both
blasts, or rather imperfectly con
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sumed gazes' "of combustion, .and
the fluid iron can flow. Blow is a
small chamber in which the iron
coirects,' it .is heated by the gases
forced do vnwaTd .from .the cupoU
above, these being supplied with
the necessary air for combustion
by a special tuyere leading from
the main blast pipe the chambe
at tho same time serving to pre
heat scrap, etc., which need only to
bo. pushed iuto the bath for dissolv
Of couth?, consBdeaable quantities of
scrap can Lc used by directly charging
an ordianj' cupola, but is claimed in
this case the advantages presented are
economy cf fuel and a greater facility
for making sharp, strong castings and
a purer deacripton of metal. Miiiiuj;
London Social Rottenness.
Loxdon, Jul 14.
The police have been ordered to-sup-prej
ths street aals of "those issues cf
the ?11 Mall Gazette which conttan
the articles eu tha secret vices of Lon
don. All new venders fou.'id selling
the issues in the streets are being ar
rested. Six renders who were taken
into custody this morning were arraign
d this forenoon in the Mansion lloust
Police Conrt and remanded for a weeU,
'jail beinx allowed.
Rev. Mr. Spurgeoii publinl.es a let
ter in this afternoon's Pall Mall Gazet
te, approving that journal's exposures.
The letter is remarkable in many res
,iects, and the following are some of its
'I fnel bowed down with nhame and
indignation. " Thin is luatlisonn-busini-53.
but even eonrers trust be
cleansed. I pray that good mar come
from this horrible exposure, which,
lnctdentlr, niudtilohartn, but whose
great drift must result in lasting betif
tit. 4 I don't think our churcho
have failed, for they have kept a pure
remnant alivo in the land. I
believe that w&ny arr unaware-of these
duc;hil!s reeLini; under their nostril.
I thank all co-operators in
your brave warfare. Sparc not
rillians, even though wearing stars and
garters. "We need a vigilance
committee, a moral olice, to uuppreta
this infamy. Let the Hi ht in
The Pall Mall GfliOtte, in cne of its'
latter afternoon edition, bids defiance
to the authorities who are engaged iu
tha work of attempting to xuppresa the.
sale of the past three days' issues. It
claims honor for leading in the cause of
exposing the vice of the rich, and de
clares that the best men of England e -
thusianticaliy support it in ita crusade.
It challenges the court to prosecute it
and says it might subpoena half of the
Legislature of England to prove the
accuracy of its revelations.
The Gazette continuea tc-day the
work of adding to its revelations. The
paper is selling at a great premium and
the circulation is enormous.
To FIT from Hew Orleans to Brook
New On leaks, July 14.
Four homing pigeons, from Brook
lyn, 1. Y., we,re released here at 7.38
o'clock this morning. They took a
northerly direction. The "Weather
was favorable for the 2y home. Thrss
birds have heretofore made a journey
of 500 miles. They hare now set out
on a journey of 1,150 miles from this
city to. Brooklyn.
'London, July 14.
The majority of the. European papers
express favorable commemts on the
statement of Lord Salisbury regarding
the policy of the new government.
The Ropubliquc Franchise cnosiders
t'nat the binding together of England
and Germany is a serious event, sad
France will shortly learn what to ex
The Standard svs it is a pleasinvr
duty to acknowledge the admiral lone
in '-.tlnch Mr. Gladstone deals with the
government plans in. his speech .in the
House .of Commons last uijiht. The
speech was a statesmanlike. response to
a statesmanlike appeal.
The services of detectives in the Par'
'lament buildings have been dispensed
with. The protection is now of the
St. Petersbco, July 14.
The Journal de St. Petersburg, re
ferring to the speech of the Marquis of
Salisbury, in the House of Lords Mon
day night, echoes. his w'sh that the ne
gotiations between England and llussia
will result in an agreement.
Sir Edward Thornton, the British
AiulRS3Raor to Rutsia, will leave short
ly for England.
The Noroc Vremva declares that
Rnsia will conceue nothing on the Af
Paeis, July 14.
The Matin is authority for the state
ffi'm that the Marquis of Salisbury
has issued a ctr ular to the power in-
terrstei', urging them to ratify the
Egytian financial convention.
The Triple Link.
St. Pall. Min, July 14.
The Supreme Treasurer of the Pat
riarchal Order of Odd Fellows is in
tendon here. TheSrcretaries submit
ted their annual rejorts to day, which
were wferrd to the cotnm.ttees for ex
itru'nation, to be repor'.ed on thn next
nession of the Temple on Friday. The
IVmple then proceeded to the election
and appointment of comtni'.tt-es for the
ensuing year. The result was as fol
lows: Supreme Counsel, Peter Van Vecli
ten, Jr., Mi'wauke-; Supn-mt Venera
ble Oracle, II. M. lnnis, Columbus, O
Supreme Oracle, Martin Krueger,
Michigan City, Ind., Supreme Vie
Oracle, J. H. Mahler, St. Paul: Sup
rerun Commander. Col. S. S. Eldv
Rochester, N. Y.; Supreme Mart.ball,
G. C. Oakley, Chicago; Supremo Trea
surer, Frankiin El'is, Troy, O.jSuprerrr
Standard Bearer, Louis Va Nardy, To
ledo, O.; Supreme Trustees A. Long,
St. Paul; A. B. Adam, Battle Creek.
Mich,; Samuel Flagler, Ottsmwa,
Xatlep fr Pahilration.
Homestead, No. 248.
LAND OFFICE AT TUCSON. ARIZONA
July lr.b. 1SS5 Notiie l- lierrby g'nei.
mat me iniioHing-iiauiea -tiinr lias nira
notice of his intention tn raakeinal pnxit in
ui)ort of liu cluim. and tliat raid proof
will be nude before tbe Register and Ki-i-etrerat
Tucaon. Arizona, on Aucust 17lli
1S5, viz: Stewart CiiRiruinc. Beiiami. Ari
zona, for tbe NEW olsec. 14. To. 17 .. K.
He n.imes tbe follrwinu itneses to pmrp
hia cimtinuouii retidinee upon, and euliivu.
ion of. said land, viz; Edward Uunn if Hen
son Arizona, Jote Molina, nl Bo.son, Arizo
na Is.iac Meier, of Bruron Arizona, and U.
B. Kitrid-e, of Benson. Arizona.
BEN. M. THOMAS. Register.
Tint puMicath n Jul l!;tb, ltc5.
IN TOE JUSTICES COTJHT.TOWNHIPNO
1 la tha roonij ofToctilfi-.t-riitrov f Ariiona.
Before John Rieli.irdson Ju-Ui eof the 1'care
E Simmoiuls r.nd J. Martin, Plaintiffs vs.
Copperopolis Mining Co, n corporation oriran
ized and existing under the laws of tLertatf
of California, and dolnir bu-incss in said
eountj ofCorbi-e, Defetdant. Dvntaiiil, $100.
Tbe Te 'ritory of Arizont sends preelioif U
Copperopolis Mining Company, Defcndn'
You are liereby summoned ahd r-quirrJ
lo ppr befoterae atmy office in the" tity
f lorabstone. County of Cochise, on tbe
JOtb aay of July A. D. 18s5. at 10 hVIoi k. A.
M. to anTrur to tlie roninl.lul of tbe alot-nam-d
plaintiff, who demand of vru tb.it
you are indeMed to thf m in tbe t-vta of One
Hundred dollars for labor i erform. d on tbe
Unpper.tpolis .Mintaif Claim, during the
m on in oi December. A. V. ISM, at Ibe re
quist of said eorooans'e cent.
And ii you fail tu appear and answer said
complaint as herein nnuirtd. tin- i laintifl
will takf judtmrnt nirainrtyou as demanded
at a tor the ois or trie sui.
Given under my bind aleaid towntbip, the
atn aay oi .tiay. is jon.v kichariis-.n,
Justice ol tbe iVarc of said Townb!p.
Dated Ma 'J0.1&85.
Notice Jo Creditors.
Estate of Daniel Cannon, Deceased.
NOTIt'E is hereby given to all persons In
terested in tbe estate of Daniel Cannon de.
ceased; and who have claims ayalnel ssid
estate, to exhibit tbera within four months
from the first publication of this notice, -with
the necessary vouchers, to me at Bisber.
Admin iftra'or or the estate of Daniel Canon
Dated, Jul) 1st, 1SB5.
A. FORTLOUlS' ,
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"WHOLESALE DEAJLEItpT . "-
, f .' tT
Imported and .Domestic JJquors and
MQST PERFECT MADE
rreparcd br a physician vlth special regard
to health. No Ammonia. Lime or Alum.
Dyar & Baldwin,
f t sIe nun retail dea ti in
Reck Salt, Barley
FOTATOES. CANNED GOODS,
ami uli kimls (
CJooHs bold clirnper than ady othir
plare in 'nun. Givi- us ctll.
E. W (UM.MINGm, MAKAOEK.
Wbolesrle fc Rt.ill Dialer in
Cigars, Tobaccos asc
.iLLEN STKEE7, TOMB3TONI".
's neknowleded by eminent auri-ona to le
t'-e puiest and nnest known, and iursluable
SIMMOND.-' KENTUCKY NABOB DOUR.
BON WHISKY 1ms bren well known for
many years, Leinir unsurpHSed for it 1-jr.rri
lem qualitr and delicious fl.iror. . Evervbot v
ho bm tried it .a)s it is the best in tin
Families supplied by the callon.case or
EjyNnne genuine unless my ijtnature is
.cros the ork, "(J. Simm mt."
My ni'Cnt BUllioririd to i-eli to tbe tsde.
half barral, barrel l:icctfbi mtnt from Ken.
ucky or fnm h.s wareboii.e a. San Bcrnar.
dino Sold by the butile and sallon by
BOrHIN, TWEED & COMPANY.
Sole Agent for Tombstone and vicinity.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
in iiovarn uu?fitt? niu
nwrroum Anujy, xrt:Tn.
Khvvnisf tn,Jjom eViUlKo-
Bkt Xwji. Llrcr. W5nitt
opituata. satl are adjti tm
EtTKtm fn. Thru suv th
Trry Utm bnprTsd, tod n-
mursni uon ( mum
ssvrt, u tMy patt
nont Qrrntl VJlhtusf
Ution of the rt.n
eui tc worn t wrk M
!nohcrab' fc thai wtN
tXMt thm stilfavfsf
lUftB Of11 til
wkft Efrctrle s
1srtvKP; rtU'cnt s
of tn TSei (or
mch de ett tf sV
upon 2Vmcu9 Mc
iV ai.r . , J "I ""ltaUW
-""" rTTV' r"i3"0 JSaVIrTT aKO 19 tU
-v.ar lt) U SyVWUi pj jfsssiai lC
SOML UWV UsUJ lis SacatfnvsJ atntfMva.tlaa
iSf-lsS. - 'Tvirl!Jc(ueTf7e-
cmi-Bl Tra-irrn iriSn-rrifc w
flb abwhmirout. n:7nn ur taiw w-
lOvtina rusfitkirrrf, or ami MX4 oT4eseCu
aa f 3 1 2 N. Stn St.. St.0oy h m
ft PRIVATE nrr.Httnu.r.MiTHDr
CMrus.aat-a. tueiMMist, .'jfc
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G'aX - TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA
In Ice. After date ice will be
sold at 2 cents per pound.
In price ol ice. The Soathwcitera
cs Co. hereafter will furnish .Ice to
Families, Stores, Lodging Honsea.
Livt-rj Staliles and other snail con
ONE DOLLAR A WEEK.
R. W.'W'ooo Manager:
HERE TO STAY I
Cor. Third anil A'Sen Slreele.
The nndersigned would berety notify
he public that he has removed hia sta-
ilea to the corner o Third and Allen
treett, and that ho is prepared to rent
Single and Double Team
ind saddle horses at the most reason
i Ie rates. Also runa freight teams to
Fairbaiik. Uusiness men by marking
good to ra.v care can be sure of quick
rVels 1Vn,f ringrton.
DR. WARNEKROS. !i
Fremont street f bore Fifth, teeth extracted
and n'lcd.al! work warranted.
California lire Works,
1H MARKET ST., MR FRANCISCf,
WIREEYERYTHING IN WIRE
Flat and rour.it, Iron and iteel. OQirastesdot tha
br quaUty and worimaelp.
Battery Screens 1 1-:V,
Tes-.psred steel or brasa
mea&es np lo u.
Uire i 'or tl'Eraph, telephone, baling hay, t enef ,
II 1 1 C teiigt: sprb-.g3, tic. , all IJcds and sin.
Darharl Uira regularly licensed jrtnofaetnr
DdlUCU nil C trsoJ Zasdi point, reguhir and
thickset. Oar customers sis guaranUadacaasilaw
Gopher Traps, Bird Cages-! 1
caga, aiaries, auaimr.hoJsu, etc
Wire Cloth and Netting '
degree of strength.
All kinds of Wire Goods
for ti Miser, Farmer and general public.
XOTK.W0 detr MaatCUlM u mmlt i
fcriwii 1 lit Jraw ne mmmm
IT LEADS ALL
No other Vood-pcrlfjtag utadloln is made,
or has erer txes Frep&red, which so com
pletely isMta tU vuu et physioiaa aud
tha gaatral pobUe sa
It lead tha list as a truly seisntUlc prscaea
Uoa for all blood diaeaaM. If there Is n)vrk
rOnClit Stot;Sfila,a,bui4 ypq,
VuKUrUU Avaa'a SxtuAFABiLta ma
otalodge It and irW it from yanr systaca.
Foe consUtoeiotial ee seroCaJocs Catarrk,
PtTlBBU ArU'S SAXJArARILL' u thsi
VAIAKKn tr.reroedT. It has oured
nn-cberlMa cuti. It will stop the nansMna)
qaiarrhal dissbargaa, and ruinoTe Us sicken
ing oCor of the braatb, which are ia4iii?sal
of scrofulous origic
ULbCnyUa "At tho age of two yrs ona c
Qngre ray ehUdren was -terribly aSUcesd
WUnCaa with alMroca ruscins-aores en kaf
faco and nak. A tha saraa tiaa Its
ware'fwoUes, much lnSaised. and Ttrry tare.
CnstC Cvre Phrste-juutoldtutbitap!nc
OUR LIU rfsIaltnt'.veiD3d!lsena4
be eaiploTeJ. They united Is racxHrjeuutkur.
AVbb's Sasapa:i-la. a few doata TSre
daced x perceptible UaproTerat, which, tyr
an adherence to yocr rctlecs, was eontla
oad to a ooicpleta &sd,Dermacect euro. Mo
artder.ee has linco appeared cf the existence
of any serofukitu Urutabrlcs; va& no treat
meat of any disorder was erer altaodad by
more prompt or afTectuaJ results.
Tours truly, J ' B. F. Josnrtos.'
pbxpared sr 1
Dr. J. C. Ayer stCo., Lowall, Mate,
?A by mU Srugtists; f 1, aU bsSUaa for St,
is a secret aid to beauty.
Many a lady owes her fresh
ness to it, who would rather
not tell7 and carit tell,