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WEEKLY EPITAPH,
TOMnSTONE.AIUZON'J.DEOE.MDEIUG, 188J
A IjESSOX.
Tho ropublican party aro guilty
,. of base ingratitude. It is m this
j manner that an eastern exohango
accounts for tho defeat of that party:
A. set or national lcecuca exist at wash,
ington which must be sloughed off before
Ijtho republican party can return to a concli
rtion of cood health. Hubbcll and Riddle.
s.bcrger are types of the clement alluded to.
r'i uoy aro not republicans, but the rcpubli.
rcan party is made resposiuio lor tnelr nns.
Ibehavior by the people at large. They are
jtiiot democra's, and tho democracy will
tgathcr tho glory of choking them off
Fiiiey arc tuo utrty work department of
Biaiwartism, 01 winch uoniuing is King
nu Arthur lias been nigii pi lest.
A few years ago, yes, eron loss,
and (Jonkling "might havo stood
Igainst tho world, now none aro so
poor as to do him reverence." In
tho old days of Grantism he was one
pf tho chief rulers of tho republican
party and a powor in tho land. His
rord was law, and his slightest wish
id tho power of an autocrat in
itional politics. And new his party
am him out, like a broken down
EagO'horse, to pasturo upon his shat-
Bred hopes and crushed ambitions.
Ihoy heap insult upon injury by
Bousing him of being tho causo
. tlioir defoat, of permitting New
Jjprk to givo a democratic majority
it astonished the nation. Well
ijght he say In tho words of Cardi-
Wolsley:
"Farewell.
Jjave touched the highest point of all my great-
' DCSS
ad from that full meridian ot all my glory,
bast noiT to my setting; I shall fall
nee a ttrignt exniiation in tne evening,
ad bo man thall aee me more."
All this toaohes a lesson profound
its deductions. In this magni-
cent republic no man can attain a
Might but from which the vico and
ill of the people can hurl him.
fhilo he serves them in truth and
elity his reward will be great, but
When in arroganco and inordinate
inity he places himself above tlioir
111, ho "falls like a bright oxhala-
au." Such is the history of tho
forld, and who can gainsay but it is
true interpretation of "the survi
of tho fittest?"
I1he EriTAPii will, in tho futuro as
'the past, do all within its power to
iranco tho interest of this section
id th territory at largo. It will
It permit personal differences
, private dislike to vent their
columns. Its duty is
iuensions. It will
tokening a
its
at is fa!
punishing privai
anty an injury. Thopl
Bsperity of Coohise is ooexisl
Ih the EriTi.ru. No paper,whether
)0 responsible or otherwise, can ex
i)t to live and thrive, and at tho
bo time do all in its power to shako
ifidenco in the stability of the
Inty, to ignore tho great mining
rests, to decry our industries, to
Brociate our county warrants, and
rt every effort to bring Tuin
i..-1 ' , . ,. ,".V v --Jr-
apjUMnHW,acn upon a soouovj
rrni uuti oi prufl
anr ,! i .. .tj
Iffi&iaMfl
V6f
B3 looked as
aging as at presont,
J"tho futuro appeared
and yet in our midst
thoro is doubt and distrust. Our
warrants aro selling for less on our
streets than they bring in Tucson
or San Francisco, where investors
aro proverbially careful. And why ?
Because an oncray is whispering
slanders in tho dark; Decause. a mid
night assassin is stabbing us in the
back, and pouring into the cars of
tho crodulous falsehoods conceived
in malice, born in hate, and given to
tho world with all the bitter vindio
tiveness arising from blasted hopes,
baffled ambition, and tho crushing
humiliation of an ignominious de
feat. It i3 that damnable spirit
which sometimes possesses men and
urges them to tempt tho dangerous
experiment of "rulo or ruin." It is
a disturbing olemont that niars the
screnityan.d do.ttac.ts .from 9!K piOg
"ress ot our district, and from being
looked upon with doubt and distrust,
will later be treated with evasion and
ignominy. Let us, however, hope
for tho host, and all who havo in
terests hero, who pay taxes, who havo
their business and household gods
here, battle on in tho good light,
never faltering, never losing courage
or faith, and tho streaks of light now
breaking along the horizon will burst
into tho full, bright, golden sun of
glorious prosperity.
Ox a general proposition wo aro
iopposed to ponsions, but it is a well-
pinwn fact that the United States
acquired more territory as tho result
Cof tho Mexican war than through all
other moans or measures, and it is a
t . ,
turning stiamc tnat tno surviving
Veterans of that campaign are not
s&Mimi&mF&mt&
. i it ,
ISilIAIH.
Our castorn exchanges inform us
that tho noted Indian chief, Red
Cloud, will soon visit Washington to
lay before Secretary Teller his ver
sion of affairs at the Pino River agen
cy, and it is understood that ho will
rene'v tho charges against Agent
McGilliouddy, who was, not long ago,
vindicated by an investigation. Sec
retary Teller has recently declared
an excellent doctrine concerning tho
treatment of Indians,and Rod Cloud's
visit will afford him an opportunity
to lay before that influential chief, in
detail, tho advantages to bs derived
from tho adoption of the habits of
civilization, by all Amorioan Indians.
He is intelligent enough to under
stand the considerations, which Sec
retary Toller is prepared to present
to Indians, in favor of tho salo of
their arms, tho education of their
children, and tho distribution of their
land in farm?. But, still, wo havo
little faith in tho civilization of the
Indian, and nuno whatever, so far as
Secretary Teller's polioy applies to
tho Apaches. They cannot bo
tamed, as it were, and, while tho San
Carlos reservation, with its four
thousand bloo'dthirsty savages, re
mains in Arizona,it will be a constant
menace to the progress and prosper
ity of this country. With the re
moval of this tribe, to tho Indian ter-
nty, a few years would see
tho valleys filled with happy
homc3. Sulphur Spring valley
would provo ono of tho finest stock
ranges in tho southwest as well as the
banner cereal producer. There is
hardly any kind of grain but will
grow thero without any irrigation,
as wo havo two rainy seasons. But
this dream of agricultural wealth
will never bo realized while tho set
tler is in constant fear of an out
break, with its attendant horrors.
Wo trust our dolegate in congress
will bo able to effect something in
this direction during his present
term. Tho presont and prospectivo
wealth of tho county demands it. It
demands protection that the untold
wealth of tho hills and mountains
may be developed, that tho valleys
and mesas may glisten with golden
grain, with blooming orchards and
thousands of prosperous homes.
There will be a largo number of
contested cases for tho next congress
to dcoide. In fact it will occupy a
largo portion of tho timo to the ex
clusion of more important matters.
So great has this evil grown of late
that it ma almost bo termed a busi-
:s. A candidate defeated by a few
ptcs contests tho scat of his more
fortunate opponent. Congress tries
tho case, the defeated generally act
ing as his own lawyer, and should the
decision bo against him, ho receives
a large allowance for legal fees, which
ho pockets, and although losing the
seat, is financially gainer. On this
subject the. Globo-Democrat says
1UB
SJ
3b?iT!fOouseotteBreV
Her propiiety of haTing a
is court rather than a state
Ivncal with the matter is obTious.
TOhls plan would still leave the house tho
juugo of the "elections, returns and quali
tications of its own members," and it would
probably afford the means for a more
righteous judgment than is now rendered
in some cases. But th'o surest means of
doing away with contests would bo to
mako tho defeated patty pay his own
casts.
When, by chance, an editor kills a
man, who threatens or attempts to
take his life, he is generally abused
for all time, and the most bitter are
envious rivals. All newspaper
readers will remember the late St.
Louis tragedy, in which Editor Cock
crill shot aud killed Lawyer Slay
back, who walked into his office and
attempted to shoct him. In reiering
to tho action of tho grand jury in the
case, tho Chicago Inter-Ocean, cf
tho 5th, says:
"Outside of his own city, Col. Cockerill
has received tho most corilial sympathy
and support of the editorial piefeaslon,
which will rejoice at this just conclusion
of an unhappy affair.
Secretary Folgek estimates tho
surplus revenue of tho current year
at 73,557,013, over and above tho
amount of 14,422,950 duo the sink
ing fund for tho reduction of tho
debt. If this is a truo statement,
$75,000,000 is tho amount by which
taxes ought to be reduced, suppos
ing that there is to bo no increase in
expenditures next year. In stating
tho probablo receipts of this year at
$415,000,000 and tho expenditures at
$205,000,000 cxclusivo on the sinking
fund, or $310,000,000 including i,
Judge Folger, sets tho expenditures
at a point of $37,000,000 below the
regular annual and perminont ap
propriations for the year.
David R. Atkinson, ox-senator
from Missouri, for thirty-six hour
"interregnum prosidont" of tho Unit
ed Slates, is now seventy-six years
old, and is rapidly failing in healtji.
;llurifiw -tftVlhlwIrVwiUittJlJ
A COUINU TJtEAT.
In the Examiner of a recent date
is an interview with manager Abbey
in which he allows the San Francisco
peoplo to infer, if not actually be
lieve, that the noted English beauty
and presumed actress, Mrs. Langtry,
will visit this coast. We have all
heard much of Engliih lilies, but
this recent importation is of a now
variety, at least new to this country,
although it is possible that the
"Princo" variety may be quite com
mon there. In fact, we have every
re as oh to believe that such is the
oasc, although not tho most popular
of tho species. They might orna
ment a dinner table, but wo hardly
think they would grace a, church at
high mass or communion. Mrs.
Langtry's advent will bo quite u
treat to the curious. Her beauty
is after all an unsolved problem,
her reputation is of tho most interest
ing character, and her limbs will,
according to critics, afford a peculiar
study to anatomists or a "dip, spur
and anglo" sharp. Then should
Gobhardt accompany her, the Cali
fornians will havo a sort of a side
show, of a flapjack hat, high colLr,
pimply nook and pointed shoes. It
will bo a unique show, and wo only
regret wo will not bo ablo to wit
ness it.
There is unfortunately no roason
to doubt that tho letter which has
been given to tho press written by
J. J. Collins, the naturalist of tho
"Jeannettc," to Commander Do
Long, while the party was still lockod
up in tho ice, shows tho real condition
of affairs on the exploring vessel.
Collins complained, in short, that
although he joined tho party for
scientific work, De Long treated him
as no hotter than a common sailor,
and purposely snubbed him from first
to last. This is the habitual dis
position of many regular army and
navy officers toward civilians. In the
war tho West Point generals took
particular delight in making out that
the volunteer generals were "no
good," and the same spirit prevails in
tho navy. Collins' letter commands
respect by its calm expression of
wourlded feelings, aud ought to bring
these Arctic follies into fresh
contempt.
In the multitude of things which
Postmaster General Howe wants to
havo done to or by his department,
thero is no request for a reduction of
letter postage. But President Arthur
sees what is wanted and heartily re
commends the reform. Mr. Howe
does not Wont 2 oont postage, but
does want to havo the government
givo an envelope to every person
who buys a postago stamp, for this is
the amount of his advice about the
salo of stamped envelopes at the
price of tho (3-cent) stamps. The
public does not ask for tho coddling
Sft4tokroifti"r:
'imm-?-
mKBKgmptsiR
WWprmmicwlhWtivmvpirtTe
made, then of the machinery used in
turning out the paper, then of the
iron converted into the machinery,
and heaven knows what next.
Every once in a while we como
across an exchange that republishes
what J. P. Cluin is purported to havo
said to a reporter of tho Washington
Post. We do not believo that J. P.
is tho monumental liar which that
interview makes him. If ho is, he
advertises himself as an arrant cow
ard, and we do not believo him to bo
such. We will be charitable with tho
erring and try to think it is junisjnd esteem, it was impossible, and is,
take, or better, believo the reporter
gave his imagination a day off.
TiiEJew York Sun, referring to
the fact that in spite of the unmis
takable protest of the people in tho
late elections against public extrava
gance,there is a fresh reminder of So
cor Robeson in Mr. Chandler's call
for $8,000,000 more for tho navy de
partment than it was allowed for the
current year, forcibly remarks that
"ono tidal wavo does not seem to
havo done tho business. Let's havo
another."
Some of our contemporaries con
tinue to harp on Thurlow Weed's
Parthian shot at the Masonic frater
nity; but it is all lost, thero is noth
ing in it. It contains no new point
whatever. Tho Morgan episode has
no more to do with tho standing of
tho order in our day than ha3 the
crime of Arnold with the reputation
of the federal army.
Probably tho most unfortunate
man in tho world is the sultan of
Turkey. He is afraid to go out
doors for fear of the assassin, and if
he stays in the house he will bo
talked to doath by his six hundred
wives.
Neuuaska owns 2,582,080 acres of
I
No newspaper that makes any pre
tensions to journalism, or is recog
nized by standard journals in tho east
or west, over indulges in low ins'nua
tions or petty personalities. A
paper that doss so is beyond the pr.le
of decont journalism. If the editor
of a paper does not like what is said
regarding his paper or himself, ho
does not reply in a similar strain, as
such matter is of no possible interest
to his readers, but seeks his tradueer,
and in a few plain, simple words
states his position. If a gentleman
is opposed to him, the matter is soo.i
settled, one way or tho other. Thero
is no fighting behind tho bush for lo
cal notoriety. Since tho EriTAru
has been under its presont manage
ment, it has endeavored to treat all
questions fairly and justly,all the time
keeping in view tho general progress
and prosporily of the territory, and
this section in particular. During
the late campaign, it was necessary,
in a bitter and aggressive fight, to
say many things, which parried with
them no porponitl feeling of animosi
ty. But now that t'ie battle is over,
thero is no occasion for potty dissen
sions among those who have the in
terest and welfare of this community
at heart. Wo should all strive to
mako it recognizod abroad, as it is
acknowledged on this noast, tho ban
ner mining camp of the Pacific slope.
That the possibilities of tho county
scorn almost beyond the range of
roali-4 ; lii.it liei hills and mountains
contain, within their rocky bosoms,
untold treasures, which but await
tho talisman of capital to add to the
great stream of wealth, and contrib
ute to tho riches and greatness of
our country; that her fertile valleys
and broad mesas not only await
countless herds of roaming cattle,
but that the soil will smile .with or
chards and vineyards, with green
meadows and (bids of waving golden
grain, and happy contented homes.
This is our duty, and with its consci
entious performance an era of pros
perity will dawn upon us, such as no
county in tiie great southwest has
ever experienced. But it will rot
como while local disturbances exist.
It will not como while the dagger oi
the assassin is in our back. It will
not como while the whisperings of
the slanderer aro abroad. In will only
come, when hand to hand, and shoul
der to shoulder, we work together,
heart and soul, for tho prosperity and
the futuro of our country.
isii.viM:.
As wo had occasion to remark tho
other day, the ropublican- party is
ungrateful. During tho recent cam
paign in Pennsylvania no journal
did more effective service for the
independent republicans than the
Philadelphia Telegraph, a journal
which previously had supported tltc
regular republican nominations.
El3..
unrBomer-aeereoToiFaUrw
tho Telegraph not only does not in
dorso tho move but antagonize it.
It says: "Mr. Blaine would be the
most vulnerable of presidential can
didates. Ho would be upon tho de
fensive at every stage of the cam
paign. Thero was never an Ameri
can who once possessed in a greater
degree than Mr. Blaino tho general
love and confidence. The people
suffered more than ho did when they
found their great political idol was
not tho patriot and statesman they
thought him to be; but, once thrown
down from tho pedestal of their trust
for Me. Blaino ever to be raised to it
again, lie js a towering greeu oak,
blasted by win2 fltid lightning. Ho
still stands wheroNio stood, but his
vitality lias departed. -It is only a
blasted, bare trunk, occupying the
ground of the live, swaying full-
leaVed tree that gave pleasure to the
eye aud confidence to tho mind."
Mr. Blaino nover was the "great po
litical idol" of a majority of the
American people, but it is undeni
able that there was a time when he
was admired and loved by a consid
erable portion of them. We beiievo
with tho the Telegraph that he has
wa.sted his opportunities, and that ho
will never gain a higher round of the
political ladder. He has left a host
of friends, and, being a man of great
resources and unquestioned skill as a
politician, he will yet exercise aposi.
tive influence in his party, and per
haps repeat in 1S84 his performance
of 1880 by forcing it to nominate for
the presidency a man of his choice.
Whilk the fair maidens of Arizona
are wearing sunshades for the protec
tion of their complexion, eastern rail
roads aro blocked up with snow, and
the cardiual red tips to the noses of
the people affords more light than tho
present comet. "
It is now said that Arabi
will
be
It
bentenced to perpotual exilo
A JL1TT1.K TALK.
Bull Uuttci-.
This is a misnomer, for how ia the
world cuu there be such a tiling as bull
butter? And jet wo hear the boarding,
house keepers say that it does exist, and
further, that it is not so strong as the ordi
nary butter nude out of water, milk, salt
and very bad lard. This oleomargarine
business ought to be stopped; it is an en
croachment upon llie time-honored rights
and interests ef the genuine bovine. She
cau't keep her lick up against such unlaw
ful innovations of tciencc. The we.ir and
teir upon her system U too great in the
spring of the year for her to make u good
fair aveiage in the (all when the grass gets,
diy. The ordinary cow makes a btand off
with the daiiyman who gives two pints of
milk. She knows that Oo per cent
of milk is water, and she just whoops
herself up on the water question. Butshc
cau't furnish genuine butter aud compete
with pulverized rubber boots, army blank
ets, old pants ami wornout bacon rinds.
We are in f.iiir of cons having a fair
chance. It is butter for all. We have all
admiicd, at various stages of our lives,
the "'milky way." Same always have a
hankering in that direction, and it is the
ardent ndmireis of nature that we expect
to assist iu the suppressing of bull butter.
1 he 'i'ei tutorial (Secretary.
The Star has a bee in its bomut again.
It says: "The voluble and loquacious
sccietary of Arizona traveled east, re
cently, and while absent courted cousider
able newspaper in itoriety. In the course
of his travels he discoursed to reporters of
various journals, and criticised men and
things in the territory in a most lemark
ably tree and easy ttyle, and not at all
times strictly adhering to the truth. This
peculiarity of our peripatetic secretary has
provoked from the Albuquerque ltcview
some veiy sensible advice, which Sir. Van
Ai man will do will to lay to heart. A bad
word, like a bad penny, frequently turns
up in an unexpected way."
We don't believe this story, and jet we
are told that it is a positive fact: "A med.
ical student while in a dissecting room
filled up his pockets with a lot of ears and
fingers and toes and such, and then loafed
around to the butcher shop and slyly scat
tercd them about in odd coiners near the
sausage machine. And customers coming
in saw them and were horrified, and de
manded explanations, which the wretched
butcher could not give, aud the story of the
scandal spread and the whole neighbor,
hood was aroused, and the butcher had to
escape across roofs to avoid being lynched,
and will never ictiini to the city, unless
brought back by officers to answer a fright
ful charge of murdeiing men for sausage
meat.
MISCELLANEOUS.
CONSUMPTION !
POSITIVELY CURED.
All sufl'orers Irom thi dlfenec mature anxious
to be cured should try Dr. lilsHiier'n t'ele
lirated Coiisiiiniitloii I'on-tfei-H. These
ponders aro the only preparation known that will
cure Consumption aim all diseases of the Throat
and Lungs Indeed, so strong Is ourfalth In them,
andalco to convince you that they are no humbug,
we will forward to eery sutferer, by mall post
paid, a Free Trial Jlo.v.
We don't want your money until jou are per
Cecily satisfied -of ibeir curative powers. If your
life is worth saving, don't delay In giving these
powders a trial, as they will surely cure your-
Price, for largo box, $, sent to any part of
United States or Canada, by mall, on receipt
price. Address,
ASK& HOIIItlXM,
octl5 300 Fulton Nt.. Itrooklyn, -'.Y
TO THE UNFORTUNATE.
Dr. Gibbon's
BRANCH
JDISPKXSAKY,
A fCi PENNING
tfcvO ton street,
near Church, Tucson. A.
T. ..Established .in 18M
i-
mimi
Ll
FlrrtxJI
UM
faca'and'lot"mi.iii
can pxH
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cured.
Tho sick and afllicli J ehonld not fall to call uJSon
him. The Doctor has traveled extenshcly In
Earopc, and inspected thoroughly the arious
hospitals there, obtaining a gicac deal of valuable
Information, wnlch he is competent to Impart to
those Id need of his scnicci. DR. lilDBON will
make no charge unless he effect :.('. Persons
at a distance JS1AV UK HIKED AT
II03IK All tommunicatlci.1 strictly confiden
tial. You see ho one but the Doctor. Persons
writing to the Doctor will please state the name
of tne paper they see this advertisement in.
Charges reasonable. Call or write. Ad&ress DR.
J. F. UIBBON, Box 75, Tucson, A. T. Send
810 for 11 l'nckngo of SIcdIrinc.
Alt Kxtrnorilliinry Offer.
There are a number of persons out of employ
ment in eveiycouuly, yet energetic men willing
to work do not need to be. Those willing to
work adn make from $100 toS000 a month clear,
working for us in a pleasant and permanent
business. The amouut our agents make varies
some making as high as $r00 a month while oth
ers as lo-v as S100, all depending on the energy of
mo azeni. we nave an arucic oigreai meru. u
.noma he sold to every muse owner, and pays
ocr 100 per cent profit. Each sale Is fromgl.50
to $10. One agent In Pennsylvania sold 32 In
two days, and cleared $G4. An agent in New
xorkmiuiestJinoneaay. Any man with cner-
ycnou?h to work a full day, and will do this
urlng tho year, can make from $'i,0O0to $11,000 a
year. We only want one man In each county,
and to him wo will gietho cxclushosaleas long
as he continues to-work faithfully for us. There
Is no competition, and nothlnglikc our Inven tion
made Parties having from $iM to $1,000 to In
vest can obtain a general agency for ten counties
ora&iatc. Anyone can mace anincsimjn ol
from S2J to $1,000 without the least risk oi loss,
as our circulars will show that those Investing
$25 can after a 30 days' trial return the goods un
sold to us and get their money back, it they do
aoi clearsf uast S100. Thcv show that a rrcncral
flf-ent who ulM take ten counties and Invest S216
can after a trtalVPf !K days return all podsjMcidTlIv'cr, chills and fever, and i
to us, and havo money returned to tfleni if they gives tone to the stomach
iail to clear at lcVstJTSO .'a- Jaflf time. We are i Eilo and all Impurities, st
uuv IJtijiuK suiuncs. nut wuiu uieu wmng lo
work and obtain as their pay the prollts of their
energy. Men not willing to work on our terms
will not work on any. Those meaning business
will iccclvc our largo descriptive circular and ex
traordinary offer by enclosing a three-cent stamp
v.lth their address. Tho first to comply with our
terms will secure the county or counties they may
wish to work.
Address Itcnner Manufacturing Company, 118
Smlthflcld street. Pittsburg, Pa.
TIIE CELEBRATED.
E. B." BRAND
OF BUTTER!
Made and Preserved by
THE ELGIN BUTTER COMPANY,
Proprietors of the Famous
ELGIN CREAMERIES,
Is Preserved and Packed by a New Process, and
Retains the O.-iglnal Sweetness of Ncnlv-mado
Butter.
3?"Nono genuine except label signed by W
II. HINTZK, Treasurer
For Mule by nil Flr.st.Clnss Itcalcrx.
septa am
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p O W D E K.
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A TIUAL OF THESE-
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WILL CONVINCE YOV THAT TUE-ZAnE
The Best Bitters in the "NVorld.
THEY EFFECTUALLY
CURE MALARIAl DISEASES, c
VITALIZE THE SYSTEM
And arreft the ravages of tho Dreadful Alcoholic
Habit, I Vl'SOM ASIIA.
For Sale by All lrnsists nnilRWIne
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Cor Weary nnrt .tlr.Ko
Streets.
THE COLLEGE INSTITUTE
for the euro of all Mpct-ial
Complicated, and so-called
Incurable Chronic IHs
cnseR. Bit. LIEBIU'S ii'r
I man Itwiiroralor is POSI
TIVELY guaranteed to enro
nervous ana DiiyHicai de
bility. ivcnkneflH. lost
manhood. Iokh of fiicrcy,
rlnciiit; Hint li..luei.H in
the hcad7 melancholy hopeless
feelings and all the results of
jouthiul imprudence and excess
es of mature years. The Boctor
a regular college physician, will
n;:ree to forfeit one thousand
dollars for a case the Icvigorator
will not euro under f pedal treat
ment and advice.
The reason ho uianyenn-
not cet eured of-ivenk
ntss and the above diseases, oivinc
to a rompllratlonedrnlled 1'JtOtSTA
TOItttlir.A, -iv hi ell requires peculiar
treat-meut.
Llebig's InWgorator No. 2 is a positive cure
for I'rostatnrrliea. Price of either Invigor
ator $2 per bottle: tlxforSIO. Sent to any ad
dress on receipt of price or C. O. D. Jtespons
llle Persoi spay when cured. Mtnetest
Nceresy Jinliitalneil. Patients eared
nt home. Llcnig's Bispcnsary runs an elegant
drug store In the building. Consultation, person
ally or by letter, tree.
f.VVIUOHATOIt A31PM:S 1'KF.E.
Call or address BR. LIEBIO & CO., 400
Geary street. Priatc entrance, 405 Maon street,
ban Francisco. scp20-d w
Patent, Nov. 11,1870,
Patent, Nov. 9. 1SS0.
Medical Electricity -
. JlUIwiX'S ELECXltU'SIAGJiEIlC KELT
fTlie Only Genuine.) First premium State Fair.
Ufctro-31agatlI !t?lu,irwStle,flOj Eltctro.Brntll
lilu, Extra Jpyltance. gl&i Ucctro-aUneUe jtflti, 0
ImprTemtnti,a,0.
GUARANTEED ONE YEAR. BEST H THE WORLD.
Will positively cure without medianfr-Rhcuirjitism,
raivsiSjTieoraigia, Kidney uuease, Impotency, Kupturc.
Liver Disease, Nervousness, Dyspepsia, Spinal Disease
A?ue, Piles arid other diseases.. Also,
GUARANTEED KELIEYED
or cured. Send Tor illustrated
i catalogue. Hundreds of cures
W. J. HORNE Prop. &ManuFr.
u iuarui-1 sui nna xruncicut vui
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i
BEFORE -AND -AFTER
Electric Appliances aro sent oi 33 D:ys' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
"TT7"HO are suffering from Nhrtous Debility;
V I-0" Vitality, Lack or Nervk I'ouce and
Vigor, WAsma Weaknesses, and all thoc diseases
ot a Personal Nature resulting from Abuses and
Other Causes. Speedy relief anl complete resto
ration Of IlEALTn.VIGOR and UAMtOODlt'MtATi:rD.
The grandest discovery of the Ninetecni.ii cvntury.
Send at enco for Illustiated PamphUt f i uc. Address
VOLTAIC BELT CO., MARSHALL, MICH.
icn-1-i-ir-rm.-i.-. -w-
Celebrated
AFRICAN
1
Th" Greatest Blood Purifier
Kdo ii .o tho Civilled World, nd the
MOST AGREEXBTXreOmCT
Evcjf,-fWfeu A positive remedy for a torpid
uu Kiuney iroutHzs. ll
L. HK.KB IUU Mll'UU iruiu
tlmulates t'-a annctitc.
andtmlgoratcs the general system No lamtly
should bo without It. A wlncglastful three times
u uuy oeiure meaie.
SPRUANCE STANLEY &Co.
Sole Agents.
4lOFIlOXTSTREET,yANFRANCISCO.CAL
m96mos.
NO.: I I KEARNY STREET,
Trent nil Chronic nnil Special Diseases
YOUNG MEN
WHO MEN WHO MAY BE SUFFERING
from the c fleet 8 of voulhful follies or imlln
crctl'n will do well to avail themselves or this,
the greatest boon ever laid on the altar ol suffer
ing humanity. Dr. SPINNEY will guarantee to
forfeit $500 for every caso of Seminal Weakness
or private disease of any kind or character which
he undertakes aud fills to cure.
MIDDLE-AGED MEM
There are many at tho ago of thuty to sixty who
aro troubled with too frequent evacuations of tho
bladder, olten accompanied by a slight smarting
or burning sensation and a weakening of tho sys
tem In a manner the patient cannot account for.
On examining the urinary deposits a ropy sedi
ment will often bo found, and sometimes small
particles of albumen will appear, or the color will
be of a tbln mtiklsh hue, again changing to a
dark and torpid appearance. There are many
men who die or this dllllculty, Ignoroant of the
eaute, which is tne second stage of seminal Teak
nes Br. S. will guarantee a perfect euro In all
sucv cases, and a healthy restoration of thcgcnlto-
urtuury uremic.
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BITTERS
DR. SPINNEY.
UU1CU
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HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS ..
NEW ORLEANS
T,
HAS J'OVED
t'i) tin AM.i:r f AIIOVK KJLVTB,
The proprietor respectfully foltc'.t tUI patron-
a ''of the public
Miner' Lun:bos put up with greatcstioii'
Board $T a week. Three .Meal Tickctrf$l,
Sin-
gle MCltlH fUC.
MR. &. MRS- CAMPBELL
Proprietors.
VtH ll
THEVBALDIN,
mHE LEADIHO. HOTEL OF S.VN FUAN-
JL CI
CISCO, aud t!fo mot cleirintiy" appointed
hotel In the world, over .$3,50O,OCO bate been ex-
pcuued bv-JIr. Baldwin In 116 construction, and
inrnUhlng. Headquarters of the Ai-inx and Navj.
Special accommodations fur families and lirge
1arties. Prices the pumc as other flNt-cla's
lotcle From 83 fo 85 p-r ily Special
contracts will be made for permanent boarders.
The hotel has coaches and wcarrlapcj In waltlntf
ai an ooais ana railway acpois. 17 jtooms can
bo reserved before arrival by telegraphing the
Baldwin.
i:. J. HAI.DWIX.
Sop'ii tfw
Hole Owner and Proprietor
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity,
strength and wholesomeness. More economical
than the ordinary' kinds, and cannot be sold in
competition with the multitude of low teat, short
viclfiht, alnm or phosphate powders. Sola only
In cans. Kotai. Bieiko Powdkb Co.. 106 Wall
street, N. Y. stpMAwtf
FINANCIAL ' . ,
Cochise County Bank,
1,. 3I.JACOIIM Manager.
A. bl'RINUEK, Uasuieh.
Deposits received subject to check at sight.
Certificates of Deposit issued payable on de
mand or at died periods.
Exchange tor sale on all tbo principal cities.
Loans made on approved security, and
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
TRANSACTED.
CORKESPONDENTS:
Tucson !Tho First National Bank
Los Anse!cs,'Cal )-armors & Merchants Bank
San Francisco Pacific Bauk.
New York Chemical National Bank
JAMES 11. TOOLE. CIIARLES HUDSON
HUDSON & CO.,
SjUCCCfcSOUS TO
SAFF0RD, HUDSON & CO
HAXItr.ltS.
rOMHSTOXI'. and TUCHON
ARIZONA.
DRAW BILLS OK EXCJIANOU
Aud Make
TELEGRAPHIC TRANSFERS OF MONK
On the Principal Points In
EUROPE AND THE UNITED STATES.
RcceUc deposits, purchase or make advances on
Territorial and County bonds and warrants, ap
proved commercial paper, etc., et nd transact
A GENERAL BANKINU BUSINESS.
Deposits of Bullion made with us or shipped to
lanit,, e&n.francisco. ior our
..ii
PHILADELPHIA.. ..Cihtbal .v-
IUkl
First National Gold Bank
OP HAS VUXTiVlHCO. CAIj.
Paitt Up Capital. 81..10U.OOO. Joid
Surplus Fund and Undivided J'ronis $2.40.
President It. C. WOOLWORTII
Vice President D. CALLAQHAN
Cashier B.D. MOItUAN
DlllECTOllS:
It. (J. Woolworth, Isaac Womser,
13. Callaghan, Peter Donahue,
(!. O. Hooker, James Phelan.
Ocorgo A. Low. James Jlcfflt,
N. Van Bergen.
COUEESrOSDENTS:
London Darin
31 Brothers & Va
Dark of Montreal
Paris Hottenguer & Co
Dublin Provincial Dank of Ireland
Hamburg Hesse, Newman & Co
New Vork National Dank or Commerce
Boston Dlackstone National Bank
Exchange on the principal cities or the United
States, Great Britain, Ireland and the Continent,
bought aud sold.
Commercial credits Issued available in China,
Japan and :nropc.
Collections made and prompt returns rendered
at market rates of exchange.
Accounts solicited from Individuals, Firms,
Banks and Brokers.
s csoLK,ea.'.&Ljo,
OHIOA.GO, ZZiXi.,
T5ECEIVE THE ACCOUNTS OF BANKS,
1, Bankers, Merchants, and others. Foreign
Exchange bought and sold. Deal in Government,
State, Coanty and City Bonds, and other Securi
ties. Land Warrants and Laud f-tlpof all issues
bought and sold.
BILLIARp TABLES.
BILLIARDS !
P. MESSiNiFELD,
(Established iH30.)
manufao turor.
Sole Agent for the Only genuine
PATENT STEEL PLATE CUSHION
Guaranteed for ten years
Tho Most Elegant Stock of lltlllard anil
I'ool Tables on the Pacific Coast.
JE. LiIESENXrOEJUD,
Manufacturer of
Itttllnnl, l'ool nntl Unsntelle Tables,
And Assignee for the Patentee of the
NEW PATENT POOL ATTACHMENT.
945 Folsr.-iStl, Near 6th.,
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