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mtiMaiw Miaul. vj ;yol. ni. TOMBSTONE, AKIZONA. FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 1886. No. 144. Path) Wf M OCCIDENTAL MOTEL Tonso-nal Parlors, BEN BARON Proprietor. I "111 Inform the public that I have opened a first class chop In every particular. HzyiWum fgCliX ",,t8i 5tf r,nA,,DWd WWWtftWt' a (specialty. 'rivato&tranU in rear of tbtf hotel for ladles. THE FASHION SALOON, i Allen Street, between Third nnd-.Fourth. KeepslConstnntlv on Hand the Celebrated MoBreyer an ! Tea Kettle WhiSlsLey Also tbe famous COSMOPOLITAN CIGAR!! "Which is Manufactured Eppcclully 'lor Mo. C.S.BRADSHAW, Proprietor. J. V. VICKERS, Fremont Street, Real Estate, Mines, Money and Insurance. lteul Katu Bought. Sold and Rented, Col loctlons made. Taxes paid, etc. Mine" Boughut and Sold, Money Loans Negotiated and Investments uiado., ' liiHiiraiiru FIro, Afkldeut and Lite. v . XAVKY lJHilQ. FASHION STABLES Having purchased the rolling stock and horses J . O. Dunbar, also making many additional pur l chases, I am now prepared to offer to the Tombstone publio the FINEST TURN-OUTS Ker brought ( the Territory, and l on Urnsounhle Ternu. ' ' TRANSIENT and BOARDING ANIMALS Carefully Cnreil For. ALLEN ST., Bet. 3d and 4th. A. T. JONES, Prop'r. Sun g & Lead Co. 41 G Montgomery Street, San Fuancisco, California, 3old and Silver Refinery and Assay OJlice. Liphest Prices Paid for Uold Silver und Loud Ores and Sulphurxt; Mnniiliirturcrsof Dines tone, also Lead I'iH Sheet Lead, Shot, Etc. 1 htf Company bn, thu Best Facilities on tbe Cut for working Gold, Uver and Lead Or and Bullion. t-Kiomsa SELBY, Supt, k (JOHN & BRO. CIGABS, TOBACCOS Cutlery, Stationery and SMOKERS' ARTICLES. IMPORTED CIGAR Constantly on Hand. MEERSCHAUM AND AMBER GOOD Sole Agents lor the "SLoTE CIGAR.' A. COHEN & BRO. Cor. Allen and Fifth Sts. Alfalfa Hay.. 200 tons Alfal fa hay for sale by the bale or ton. Inquire at the French Wine House No. G09 Allen street. C-m 10 ''fWbneer- - MEAT MARKET, Fourth St, bet. Allen ond Fremont. A. BAUER, Propr. Will sell trie Clcit't Lot of BEEF, MUTTON AND PORK At Living1 Prices. For. Sale. Work and, Saddle Horses for sale in quantities to suit pur chasers at ABBOTTS' Ranch, Sulphur Spring Valley. For particulars apply at the office of the Tombstone Epitaph. C. S. ABBOTT. PONY SALOON! Allen Street. AS UNDER THE FORMER MANAGE ment, this saloon mil continue to retail nothlne but tbo stralgnt goods, wh cb gave tbe Vony"uca a woll-dcservul reputation. T B Rlpy'e celebrated Anderson County, Kentucky (four-) car-old pour-.mah) Bourbon, and J. M Atherton'e equally celebrated Tea Kettle .Rye, 01 tho same ago, retailed at UVi cents. . ' The" Pony-,- - The Best "Bit" Cigar to be had in the City, a Specialty. T. A. .IONKM, Proprietor. Sill Pox Marks Can Be Hemoved. LEON & CO., London, Perfumers to II. .M. the Queen, have luentcd and patented the world renowned OBLITEBATOB, Whlen removes Small Fox Marks of however long standing. The application Is simple and harmless, causes no Inconvenience and contains nothing injurious. Price S2.&0 SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. Leon & Co.'s "Depilatory," Itemoe Snperflnocs Hair In a few minutes without pain or unpleasant sensation ncxr to grow again, Slmplo and harmless. Full direc tions sent by mall. Price $1. Geo. W, Shaw, General Agent, 210 Tremnnt Ht Iloston, Mann. sS-6m feES fcs VfoK AN frzBLE l8& HEALTH. lit) Illchnu'. Golden Ilulsam No, 1 Cures Chancres, first and second stages; Sores en tbo Legs and Bodj; Sore Ears, Eyes, Nose, etc , Copper-c 'lorcd Blotches, Sjphllltlclatirih, diseased Scalp, and all primary fo-ms of the dlsoaso known as Siphllis. PrlCf. $5 00 per lloftle. l.o Hlclinu'a G tlilen Iliilsnm No. 'J Cures Tcrtlirv, Jlcrcurlal Syphilitic Rheu matism. Pains In tbo Bones, Pains In the Head, back of tbe Neck, Ulcerated Sore Throat, Hjphlllt'o Itash, Lumps and con tracted Cori!s, btiffness of the Limbs, and eradicates all d scaso from tbe system, whether lauscd by Indiscretion or abuso of Mcrcurv, kiting tbo blaod puro and hcaltM. .Prlco 5 00 per Tottle. IiO 1i1cIiiiiii4 Gnltlon Si nnlsli Antl tlotn for tbo euro of Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Irritation Urucl, and all Urinary or Geni tal disarrangements. Prlco S3 50 per Uottln. La HIchauM (ioldeu Rpnnlsli In jection, fsrscro cas"sot Goporrhcca, Itifhuun-.to y Clcct. Strictures, ic. Price $1 fill per Mottle, lie Itlctmu'H Golilnn Ointment fortheeif ct'.tehcullnjof bj pblbtlo fcorv , and cruntlons. Prlco SI 00 per ltox. l,o Itlclinu'. Goltleu Pll'g Nerio and r.nlu treitinent; loss ot phj steal jio . cr, 0x101 or ocr-wor'c. Prostration, etc. Price S3 00 per IIox. Tunic fil.il Nvivlno, Sent c er) where, C. O. D., r ecurcly packed per express. C. P. IUCH.VntlS A: CO. . Acents, U7 & 429 bansomo street. Corner Ulay, San Franciseo, Cal. IIRCUIiAIt MAIt.KD FREF. 500 c flR7 - w'-wB jmm &&&& "mm dzm&lWfr DISEASE. GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE ,..'"" -je ivA. 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. MEW TURK STORE. Contuse County Bail Tombstone, Ariz. Transacts a general Banking business- LIONEL M. JACOBS, Prcs. ALBERT SPRINGER, Cashier JOS. STUMPH Proprietor FOURTH STREET, BetWccn Allen anil Fremont Htreets. Bread Cake, Pies. NERVOUS DEBILITATED MEN. Tou are allowed afree trial of thirty days of tbo use of Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltafo Belt with Electric Suspensory Appliances, for tbo speedy rellefand permanent cure of Aeruous DeMKifiloss of Vitality and Manhood, and aU kindred troubles. Also for many other diseases. Complete restora tion to Health. Vigor and Manhood Knaranteed. No risk la Incurred. Illustrated pamphlet Inseolnt snvdopt mailed free, by addressing VOLTAIC BEtT CO., MawhaU, Mich. DR. MINTIE, TIIK SPECIALIST. No. 11 Kearny Street, Sim Fran cisco, Cal. Treats am. Chronic, Special and Pri vate Diseases with Wonderful Success. TIIK CURAT KNUliIMH KK1IKIY! Is a certain curu for Nervousness, Trostator Inca, and all the evil 'fleets of youthful follies ind excesses, and in l.inkli L' intoxicating Honors Dr. Mlntlc, who Is a regular physl Ian iiraduate from tbo Unncrsity or Pensylva ila, will agree to forfeit $ (0 for a caso of this eindthe Vita Rcstora- i c (under in n .i-i -avlco ond treatment) will no cure. $1 KOa bottln, or four times th quan tity J3, sent to any address on re-eiit of price or O D, in prlvato namo If dtsirtd, by Dr. Jflnt'o, 11 Kearny St , S. F. Cal. Soud for list cf questions and pamplet SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE will bo sent to any ono applying by letter, statin symptom sex and ace. Strict secrecy 1 n rogar all business transactions. AMERICAN BAKERY WL'7 F v?fi v&'ll Beerixis sL-t tlxo I January 4th, 1886. For Sale. A COMFORTAULK HOUSE -FIVK ROOMS uLfarnlshed; fruit and flower cardens. Located on Bruce street, between Fift'i and Sixth. For alo at ft bargain. Enquire ut J. V. VICKERS NOTICE. THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVES notice that Leo Horner, partner of late firm of Korner & Peterson, keeps hi 4 office as custom house broker at the store of J. Goldwatcr & Co , Fairbanks. LEO KOUNKR. 140-lm Notice. ALL PERSONS NOW OCCUPYING TOWN lots on the nrfaceof the Mountain Maid min ing claim In Tombstone, .ind who have n t here tofore obtained tbo mining title, are hereby re quested to call upon my attorney, Geo, G. Berry, at his office In Tombstouc, and make arrange ments to obtain tbe same If tbey wish to avoid litigation, FOKDICE ROPER. Temhstone Jan, 12, 1B8S. Notice to the Public. HAVING SOLD TnE INTERNATIONAL Restaurant to Messrs. Rossi & Marcotti, I hail feel obliged by all parties owing me for board to come forward and settle their accounts as I shall be leaving Tombstone shortly. I also deetra to pay -l my debts aud request all persons to whom I am indebted to bring In their bills 2w -MRS. T. A. JONES. NOTICE. 18 HEREBY GIVKN TO THE GENERAL public that I bivo this day been aopolnted agent and assignee with full power to sell, co.lect and transfer all personal and real estate belong ing to John Tbedo, of Benson Arizona. Also to collect all books, nstes, etc., of every dlscriptlon whatsoever. . Those Indebted to said Tnede will please come and settle with tbo undersigned. II. MYERS. Benson, A. T., Jan, 15, IKSfi. lm Administrator's Notice- Nolle-Is hereby glen that the undersigned, admin strator of the ettatenf James A. Mulley, decccased, will sell, at prhate sale, on or after the 4th da of February, 188(1, to the highest aud best bidder for c-sh, en undivided one half lmerest In themlne knoun as the "White Tall Deer" mine, situated In'the Warren mlnlndls tnct, Cochle county, Arizona, Bvorderof thel'rohato court, made on thu Ith day ol January, 1686. ALEX KHEEMAN. 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 of fruit trees, grape vines, and all kinds of small fruit constantly on hand.t Uj OPENING Of the Territorial Normal School. The Normal- School building located at Tempe, in Maricopa county, is now completed, and it is the intention of the Board hav ing the matter in charge, to open the school on the first Monday in February next, and continue for a period of 16 weeks. TERMS OF ADMISSION. 1. All applicants must be 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 be 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 be obtained in private families for about $20 per month. The Board intends to fnrnish every facility to those who attend, for obtaining a thorough educa tion. For further particulars address 0. T. Hayden or H. B. Farmer, Tempe, Arizona Territory. Joseph Campbell, Secretary. City Wooil mid Coat Yard. Is now running and oilers for sale all kinds ol" wood, in any quantity, and coal oy ihe ton or sack, at moderate prices, for cash. Satisfaction given. Wood sawed to order. Leave orders at the ofllcc, Toiijrlitiut nnd Fourth streets, at Joe Hocfler's store, or with A.J. Brown' stand al Cochlao Hardware store. tf Tbe Styles in Glass Eyes. "We sell several hundred eyes a year," said a dealer yesterday, "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 arc Eyesight is easily lost a blow, an accident, a severe cold even, may destroy tho nerve, and then the surgeon' removes the ball, and I fit tho counterfeit I don't manufacture these glass imitations, but import ex clusivcly. American eyes arc made and sell at tho. , pamo figure as foreign ones; but trteyjire, not as fine by any '' means- Tha"3most perfect 'eyei0iireV made in Thuringia, Germany, and havd: a more natural appearance than any. others. The iris is covered with silver, and the blood vessels with gold, and, when properly inserted, they will movo almost as readily as their natural com-1 panion. Of course much depends upon the condition of the socket and the" state of tho musclos as left by tho sur geon. "Our greatest trouble is the match ing of eyes. Tho slightest difference in tint is very appreciable, and when you remember that no two persons' eyes are alike, you can imagine the difficul ty we often have. Hero is an eye bo longing to an old gent in Germantown. It is a special eye, and is left here as a sample by which he can order new ones. You see, eyes wear out, their life being about a year or a little over, though occasionally I see one which has lasted a much longer time. One fcntleman, who was here this morning, ad worn his eye for fivo years, both night and day. The salt and alkaline solutions of tho tear-ducts, however, have an effect upon the surface of the glass, and eventually roughen it, so that a new eye is necessary. Ono of my customers, a lady, renews her eye about every six months; hero's her last one, you can see how rough its surfaco is, and how its colors are dimmed. "It is quite an operation," tho dealer went on, "to properly select and fit an eye, but when onco you have succeeded the owner suffers no pain or inconven ience. Last month a gentleman camo to me for a left eye. I fitted him up and. then was astonished to bo soundly berated because he could not see through it. He had an idea that my glass imitation was going to restoro fife to his destroyed optic nerve, and he told mo he had been thus informed by his doStor. You see this uyo that be longs to a young lady on Broad street, and! have no doubt that it has often gazed tenderly into tho orbs of many a young gentleman. Tjicro is some ex pression even in glass eyes. Thero is a blue one that goes to a lady in Iowa. I'll venturo the assertion that in a woek some young man will bo peeping into its depths and mentally believing that ho is reading the soul of tho fair owner. Sho is pretty and lost her eye through a prematura explosion in ono of her father's mines." Philadelphia Press. m s Steaming aud Sending Wood. In an address recently delivered by Mr. H. G. Shepard, of New Haven. Conn., relativo to the use of wood in carriage making, he said that after a piece of wood is bent its characteristics undergo a considerable change. The wood is heavier, and its fibors havo be come interlaced ; it will sustain more firessure and strain than straight wood n the same directions, either across oi with grain. He said : A piece of tim ber that has been steamed, whether it is bent or not, has its stiffness increas ed. It is more brittle than it was bo fore, and for some uses it will do at well, and yet there is a quality that the steaming process and the kiln drying process affect very much the same; they both cook the gum in tho timber anil make it brittle and stiff. There is a grade or class of hickory that is benefit ed by being steamed or kiln dried for uo as spokes or whifiletrces. There it a kind of hickory thai nover becomes stiff by a natural process of drying, and one of the desirable qualities of a spoke, dm, or whiffle tree is stiffnens as well as strength: you take that hickory and it is tho vory best we have and steam it, and it is better fitted for these purposes than it was before. It is difficult to tear apart a piece of bent wood ; the fibers aro inturwoven, one with tho other. Wo do not pcrccivo the change on the out lide, but when wo come to split tho stick open wo find that its character it tntircly changed. . Animal Eccentricities. If a man begins to save against his old age, wo call it thrift, andpraisehim as a small capitalist who is giving hos tages to fortune; but if a dog accumu lates a storo of bones or food, wo look upon him as indulging in dangerous caprices, which may end in tho neces sity of putting a bullet through his head. Thero may be exceptions hero and there. Sometimes you will find an old lady who will protect eccentric ity in a parrot, a magpio,. or a jackdaw, 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 we enforce on our domestic ani mals. Pet dogs become perfect bigots In favor of the usual, and persecute any attempt to deviate from it on tho part even of a more powerful and less favored colleague, as the Inquisition persecuted horesy, or as tho court of Russia persecutes Nihilism. Thero is nothing equal to the indignation of aa in-doors dog at any invasion of tho Srivaoy of the drawing-room by an out oors dog, and nothing more melan choly than the servilo apologies which tho big dog will mako to the littlo one, for even proposing to break through I tho animal etiquette of tho house. roouiwr bounce MQMMVtor vtcembtr.