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Tol. VII. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, THUESDAT MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1886. No. 143. paili IMtim mSUp GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE -. ifl'lf 1 1 Ur t twtrf Monday, Retiring from the Dry Goods Business in Tomb stone, the entire stock, which is' complete in every department will be ! SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE Away below cost. This is no humbug, but a bona fide sale, as our prices will show. .A.. COHEN, NEW YORK STORE, 3F,IirT2I STREET. Cow COM Banc Tombstone. Ariz. Transacts u general Bnnkiug business LIONEL M. JACOBS, Pres. ALBERT SPRINGER, Cashier JOS- STUMPH Proprietor FOURTH STREET, Between Allen nml Fremont Streets. Bread Cake, Pies. NERVOUS DEBILITATED MEN. Ton aro allowed afrt trial oflhtrlu dait of th nse of Dr. Dye'a Celebrated Voltaic- Belt with Klectrlo Suspensory Appliance, for the speedy relief and permanent cure of A'mmisOtMHiy.lou of I'ltolllv and Manhood, and all kindred troubles. Also for man; other disease. Complete restora tion to Health. Vigor and Manhood, guaranteed, No risk la Incurred. Illustrated pamphlet Instated mwIimu nnllMl fro hvai1rir.ulnff VOLTAIO BELT CO., Marshall, Mlott. DR. MINTIE, TIIK HPKCIAHT, No. 11 Kearny Street, Snn Fran ciscn, Cat. TltEATB All ClIl'lONIC, BrECIAL AND Pltl- vatk Diseases with Wondkhfcl Success. TIIT. WIIFW VNUblMIt KKHKUY! T a certain cure for Nervousness, rrostator Iwea, and all the cMl fleets oryouthrul follies md excesses. And in Uilnkli'g intoxicating Honors Dr. Mlntlc, 1 who Is a recular physl i 'ian jiraanaie irom me University of Pnyla aa, win agree to inrifii I) (0 for a casoofthls I tlnd the Vital Keatora- live (auner in- ..pin uuvlec oud treatment) will no euro. 51.00 a douip, or lour limes ini quan tity $5, sent to nny address on recoit-t of price nr (.'. u D , In private name If desired, by Dr. Jllntte, 11 Kearny 81., 8. F. Cal. Send for list of questions and nnmplct HAMFLK BOTTLE FllKE will be sent to any onoappltlnghy letter, st'itln aympton .sex and see, Strict aecrocyjn regar all business transactions. mm BAKERY MFV13.1jBifgjTM wtm rw sc wLWKms WmMM fi&SQSSaH Begins .t tlxo January 4th, 1886. For Sale. 1 COMFOUTAULS HOUSE -FIVE ROOMS uLfurnlshcd; fruit aurt tinner gardens. Locitcd on Bruce slreet, botwt-.n Fifth, and Sixth. For alo at a bargain. Enquire uf J.V. VICKERS NOTICE. THE UNDEK8ONED HEUEnY GIVES notlc that Leo Knrncr. parti-cr of late firm of Korner & I'etersou, keeps hl office as custom house broker at tho store of J. Ooldwater & Co , Fairbanks. LEO KOuNKR. 140 1m Notice. ALL PERSON8 NOW OCCUPYING TOWN lots on tho nrfaceofthe Mountain Maid niln Id? claim In Tombstone, and who have n. t hero toTnre obtained tbe mining title, are hereby re quested to call upon my attorney, Geo. G Berry, at blsoruco In Tombstone, and mako arrange mentB to obtain the samo If they wish to avoid litigation. FOKDICE ROPER. Tembstono Jen. 12. Ib85. Notice to the Public. HAVING SOLD THE INTERNATIONAL Itcsianrant to Messrs. Rossi & Marcotti, 1 -hall leel obliged by all parties owing me for board to come forward and settle their accounts as I shall be leaving Tombstone, shortly. I also desire to pay ..11 my d-bts and reque-U all person to whom 1 am indebted to bring In their bills 2,r MRS. T. A. JONES. NOTICE. IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE MBNEHU, public that I li'ivu th s day been aupotnted a;ent and Malgueo with full power to sell, co.lect and transfer ad pergonal and real estate belong ing to John Theue, of Uenson Arizona. Also to collect all bjoks, notes, etc., of every dlsclptlon whatsoever. Those Indahted to said Tncile will please come and settle with, tho undersigned. II. MYER8. Benson, A. T., Jan. 15, 1B8G. lm Administrator's Notice- Notice Is hereby given that tho undersigned, administrator of the Cftateof James A. Molley, dectcascd, will sell, at private srle, on or after the 4th da of February, 1SU1, to the highest and best bidder for 0 sh, i;n undivided one-half IniereBt In the mlno known as tho "WhltoTall Deer" mine, situated In tho Warren mining dis trict, Cochise county, Arizona, By order of IhoPiohuto court.' made on tbo 4th day ot January, 1886. ALEX FHE EMAN. Administrator ' The soil and climate of Tombstone are well adapted to the culture of many kinds of fruits and flowers. Mr. William Branche, whose, nursery is on Fulton street, near Second, has just received a choice assortment, well suited to the neighborhood of Tombstone. A full stock nf fruit trees, grape vines, and all kinds of small fruit constantly on hand.f OPENING Of the Territorial Normal School. -The Normal School, building located at Tempe, in Maricopa county, is now completed, and it is tho intention of the Board hav ing tho matter in charge, to open the school on the first Monday in February next, and continue for a period of 1C weeks. TERMS OF ADMISSION. 1. All applicants must bo not less than 1G years of age and of good character. 2. Applicants must be able to pass an examination in the '"First Grade" laid down in the Course of Study for Public Schools. See appendix to School law. 3. Each member of the Legis lature is authorized to nominate one pupil who shall bo entitled to free tuition. No charge will be made for tuition to those who in tend to follow the profession of teaching. All others must pay a monthly tuition charge of FOUR DOLLARS. 4. Board and lodging can bo obtained in private families for about S20 per month. Tho Board intends to fnrnish every facility to those who attend, for obtaining a thorough educa tion. For further particulars address C. T. Hayden or H. B. Farmer, Tempe, Arizona Territory. Joseph Campbell, Secretary. City Wood and Coal Yard. Is now running and niters for sale all kinds of wood, in any quantity, and coal by tho ton or sack, at moderate prices, for cash. Satisfaction given. Wood sawed to order. Leave orders at the office, Toughnut. and Fourth streets, at Joo Hoefler's store, or with A.J. Brown's stand at Cochlso Hardware store. t( A Boston Maiden. Sho was a Boston muiden, and sho'A scarcely passed eighteen, And as lovely as n liourl, but of si rive and fcobertnien; A swee: encyclopedia ol cwiy kind of lore, though lovo looked coyly from behind tl.e glussea that sho wore. She eat beside her lover, with her elbow on hit knee. And dreamily sho gazed upon tbo slumb'rlryj summer sea. Until ho broke the allenco, saying,', "Pray, Mlni-rva, dear. Inform 111 j of tbo meaning of tho Thingness of the Here. I know you're Just from Concord, where the lights of wisdom be, Four lend eriiinnied full to bursting, love, Willi their philosophy; Ihoso houry headed sttges and maids ot hoisory blue Then solve mo tbo conundrum, love, that I have put to you." 8he railed a dreamy smilo and said, "The Thingness of tho Horo Is that which i not past, and hasn't yet ar rived, my dear; n. Indeed," tin- n ill I continued, with a calm, un rt frT'd brow, "Tbo llJi,nuis of tbo Hero is lust tbo This nos of tbo Now," A smile Illumed tho lover's fnco, than without nny baste. Ho s'ld n manly arm around tbe maiden's Blender waist. And on her cherry lips Impressed a wurra and loving kiss. And said. "Love, this is what I call tbe Now- new of tbo Tbla." Somervllle Journal. Julian Hawthorne's Ideas. Mr. Julian Hawthorne, the novelist, was recently interviewed by u Chicago Daily News reporter. Tho conversation turned upon tho estimation placed by Europeans on American works of fiction, and tho question was asked: "Do you think tho American novel is growing in popularity abroad, and what are its distinctive features thought to bo by foreigners?" "Tho American novel is certainly growing in popularity abroad, especial ly in England, as will bo seen by tho frequent JEnglish reprints of our better novels. Tho reason for this is that thero are at present so few tolorablo novelists in England. Tho English novel has been written to death, and, as oven novel-readers mubt have occasional nov elty, they turn to our books with relief. The distinctive features of our work probably appear to them to bo new sit uations, social conditions, and types of character and a certain minute accuracy of treatment from tho literary point of view. Averago Endish novel-writing is veir slip-shod andcareless." "What is your opinion of tho school of 'mental vivisection'?" "I am not myself in sympathy with that school. 'Mental vivisection' is easy writing, but hard writing. I think it is duo to a lack of mental energy and of imagination in those who practice it. It amounts to importing your note books into your story, instead of show ing only tho results and embodiment of a previous analysis, and is done by Shakspcare and tho best writers." "Do you consider this departure of literature a part of the progress of the time or a morbid outcome of days too prosperous for romance?" "I think it has nothing to do with the progress of tho timo. It only indicates that our novelists make less uso of their imagination than any other class of our community. Perhaps tho recognition they receive is too faint to stimulate them. The difficulty is certainly not on the side of any deficiency of stirring times. Timidity and lack of self-confidence have more to do with it. Our writers consider their audienco too much; no audience that they can reach is worth considerings as a literary tri bunal. 'Inspiration is deprecated, as if it must bo cither untrustworthy or ill bred. A masculine poet or novelist is much needed, and it might bo well, at this stago of our literary liistoiy, to make it a penal offense for any woman to write a story." "Do modern novelists mako their men and women do nothing but sit still and talk because thero is nothing else for them to do?" "I shall rather say becauso it is easier to write clover dialoguo than to portray characteristic action." "What are your methods of working? Do you depend principally upon your observations or on your imagination?" "Observation is always of assistance in imaginative work if it can bo sutH ciently emancipated from individual in stances. On the other hand, nothing spoils a fictitious character so surely as to mako it conform too closely to any real model. The requirements of tho story must bo allowed to mold and adapt it or tho story will bo mined." "Do you have regular hours for work or do you wait for an inspiration?" "I never wait for an inspiration, and am not aware of having every been vis ited by any. I generally take a walk in tho morning and wrilo in tho afternoon and evening. But I keep no strict rulo in such matters." 'Do you know what the 'terriblo se cret' ot 'The Marble l-'aun' was, or what the 'mystery that sun ounded Miriam?" "If I knew 1 would tell with pleasure. My father never explained it, becauso it did not come within tho design of the story that tho 'hocret' should be anything but a typical secret a human being polluted by involuntary association with the bin of others. Tho Cenci tragedy is an instance ef such an occurrence, and is therefore made prominent in tho story, but whether or not Miriam was tho victim of a similar castropho was her private business, and of no import to tho moral of the tale." Tho fact that a commercial agency has been beaten in a suit to collect dam ages for an injurious report and ordered by a Montreal court to pay S 1,000 ought to have a wholesome- cflect on concerns of tho sort. Mercantile agencies are useful institutions beyond doubt, but they blunder miserably at times and ought to suffer for it ween they injuro business roputatjQps. Chicago Tribune. Tho Styles In Glass Eyes. "We sell several hundred eyes & year," said a dealer yestorday, "and send them as far as Portland, Ore., Denver, Col., and Lawrence, Kan. It is a growing business', and it would surprise you to know who some of my customers are. Eyesight is easily lost a blow, an accident, a severe cold oven, may destroy the nervo, and then the surgeon removes tho ball, and I lit the counterfeit. I don't manufactur theso glass imitations, but import ex. clusivoly. American eyes are made and sell at tho samo figure as foreign ones, but they are not as fine by any means. Tho most perfect eyes are made in Thurlngia, Germany, and have a moro natural appearance than any others. The iris is covered with silver.1 and tho blood vessels 'with golapc&hB,' when properly inserted, they.wilTinoTB' almost as rcauuiyas tneir natural com panion. Of courso much depends upon tho condition of the socket and the stato of tho muscles as left by tho sur geon. "Our greatest trouble is the match ing of eyes. The slightest difference in tint is very appreciable, and when you remember that no two persons' eyes are alike, you can imagine the difficul ty wo often have. Here is an eye be longing to an old gent in Germantown. It is a special eye, and is left here as a samplo by which ho can order now ones. You see, eyes wear out, their life being about a year or a littlo over, though occasionally I see one which has lasted a much longer time. One fentlcman, who was here this morning, ad worn his eye for fivp years, both night and day. The salt and alkaline solutions of tho tear-ducts, however, have an effect upon the surfaco of tho glass, and eventually roughen it, so that a new eye is necessary. One of my customers, a lady, ronews her eye about every six months; here's her last one, you can see how rough its surfaco is, and how its colors aro dimmed. "It is quite an operation," the dealer went on, "to properly select and fit an eye, but when once you have succeeded tho owner suffers no pain or inconven ience. Last month a gentleman came to mo for a left eye. I fitted him up and then was astonished to be soundly berated because he could not see through it. He had an idea that my glass imitation was going to restore fifo to his destroyed optic nerve, and he told me he had been thus informed by his doctor. You see this eve that bo longs to a young lady on Broad street, and I havo no doubt that it has often gazed tenderly into the orbs of many a young gentleman. There is some ex pression even in glass eyes. There is a blue one that goes to a lady in Iowa. I'll venture tho assertion that in a week some young man will be pcoping into its depths and mentally believing that ho is reading the soul of the fair owner. Sho is pretty and lost her eye through a premature explosion in one of her lather's mines. Philadelphia Press. m m Steaming and Beading Wood. In an address recently delivered b) Mr. H. G. Shepard, of Now Haven, Conu., relative to the use of wood in carriago making, he said that after a piece of wood is bent its characteristics undergo n considerable change. The wood is heavior, and its fibers have be come interlaced ; it will sustain more firessuro and strain than straight wood n the same directions, either across oi with grain. Ho said : A pieco of tim ber that has been steamed, whether it is bent or not, has its stillness increas ed. It is moro brittle than it was bo fore, and for some uses it will do as well, and yet there is a quality that the steaming process and the kiln drying process allect very much tbe same; thoy both cook tho gum in tho timber and mako it brittlo and stiff: There is a grade or class of hickory that is benefit ed by being steamed or kiln dried for use as spokes or wbiflletrees. Thero il a kind of hickory that never becomes stiff by a natural process of drying, and one of the desirable qualities of a spoke, rim, or whiflletreo is stiffncus as well as strength: you take that hickory and it Is tho very best wo have and steam it, and it is better fitted for theso purposes than it was before. It is difficult to tear apart a piece of bent wood ; the fibers aro interwoven, one with the other. We do not perceivo the change on the out side, but when we come to split the slick open we find that its character i entirely changed. Animal Eccentricities. If a man begins to savo against his old age, wo call it thrift, and praise him as a small capitalist who is giving hos tages to fortuno; but if a dog accumu lates a store of bones or food, we look upon him as indulging .in dangerous caprices, which may 6nd in tho neces sity of putting a bullet through his head. There may be exceptions here and there. Sometimes you will find an old lady who will protect eccentric ity in a parrot, a magpie, orajackdaw, as a bird that has a right to a certain freedom of movement in return for its entertaining attempts at conversation. But, on the whole, there is no sterner standard of conventionality than that which wo enforce on our domestic ani mals. Pot dogs become perfect bigots in favor of tho usual, and persecute any attempt to deviate from it on the part even of a moro powerful and less favored colleague, as the Inquisition persecuted heresy, or as tho court of Russia persecutes Nihilism. There is nothing equal to the indignation of an iu-doors dog at any invasion of tho privacy of the drawing-room by an out doors dog, and nothing more melan sholy than tho servile apologies which tho big dog will mako to the little one, for even proposing to break through I tho animal otiquetto of the house. rwiuu- 0wcHK juurwattf ivr accrrnucr. Pioneer MEAT MARKET, Fourth St, bet. Allen and Fretm.i.t. A. BAUER, Propr. Will sell the Chicu Lot of BEEF, MUTTON AND PORK At LlvlDfr Prices. PONT SALOON! . .Alls! SMnM,. i....'ji- "" r- -Y "VTSTr- ..- AS UNDER'-THBirO3rlOl MANAUK- i i ment, this eloon will continue to retail nothing bnt tbe etrMgnt goods, wh ch gave tbe "r'ony"nch a weil-deeerved reputation. T. 11. Hlpy'e celebrated Anderson County, Kentucky, (four-year-old r-our-marh) Bourbon, and J. M. Atberton'a equally celebrated Tea Kettle jRyr, of tho same age, retailed at 12Vi cents. The Pony, The Best "Bit" Cigar to be had in the City, a Specialty. T. A. JOKKS, Vroprlotor. For Sale. Work .and Saddle Horses for sale in quantities to suit pur chasers at ABBUT-TS' Ranch, Sulphur Spring Valley. For particulars apply at the office of the Tombstone Epitaph. C. S. ABBOTT. Alfalfa Hay. 200 tons Alfal-. fa hay for sale by the bale or ton. Inquire at the Frenoh Wine House No. G09 Allen street. 6-m Small Pox Marls Can Be Removed. LEON & CO.,- London, Ferfumers to II.. M. tbe Queen, bave Invented and patented tbe world renowned OBLITERATOB, WbUn removes Small Fox Marks of however long standing. Tbe application Is simple and harmless caures no inconvenience and contains nothing lnjmious. Price $2.S0 SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. Leon & Co.'s "Depilatory," Itcmoves Superfinons Hair In a few minutes without pain or unpleasant sensatlcn nevr to grow apnln. Mmple and harmless. Full dine, turns sent by mall. Price $1. Geo. W. Shaw, General Agent, 210 Tremnnt St., Iloston, JMnftft. lS-6m 500 YJWfirrH - A"--' a. ' f.rff, W-. m rUASfV HEALTH. Le nichnn'a Golden Balaam No. 1 Curc Chancres, fin, and second :ajcs; Sores rn tho Lees and Body; Sore Ea', Eyes, Nose, etc., Copper-colored Blotches. Syphilitic Catarrh, diseased Scalp, and all primary forms ot the disease known as Syphilis. Price, f& 00 per Bottle. La Illcliau'a Gilden Balsam No. 3 Cures Tertian-, Mercurial Syphilitic Rheu matism, l'aim in the Bones, rains in the Head, back of the Neck "Ulcerated Sore Throat, Sjphilitlc ltash, .Lumps and con. traded Con's, Stiffness of the Limbs, and eradicates all d'sea;o from the system, nbether caused by indiscretion or abuse of Mercury, IcaUnj: the blMd pure and healthy. Prlro ts 00 per f ottlc Lo Klclinu' Golden K anlsli Anil. doto fcr the cure ct Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Irritation Gravel, and all Urinary or Geni tal disarrangements. Price 8 50 nor Bottle. Im nichauN G'oliluii Bpnntah In jection, (ors:vcro cases of Gonorrhoea, InrUmmato-y Clcct. Strlcturrs,4.c. Prlo $1 r.O per Bottle. Lo niclmu's Golden O'ntment for the eff ct:c hcalincf Sphllitic &m, and crupt'on. Price $1 U0 per Box. l,o Itlclmu'n Goldoti I'll .Vcnc and Brain treatment; loss ot physical ptu cr, execs or over-work. Prostration, i'. Price S3 00 per Box. Tonic nttd Xervine, Sent cerywhcrc, C. O. P., securely packed per express. C. V. niCITARns A; CO. . Acents, 417 & 42!) bausome street. Corner Clay, San Kramitco, Cal. riRCULAU MAILED FKEE. BNel KVAJm. IBEASE.