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J Vol. VII. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 30, 188G. f No. 115. iftill Icimttptanr Iirttiil. , OCCIDENTAL HOTEL Tonsorial Parlors, BEN BARON Proprietor. 1 wll. inform the public that I hnvo opened a Ann-class (hop In every particular. GIVE ME A CALL. i. Ladles' Hair Catting mid Nlinnipoolni; ' A (Specialty. Prlvato entrance In rear of too hotel for ladles. THE FASHION SALOON, Allen Street, between Third and'.Fonrth. KeepsJConstantlv on Hand the Celebrated MoBreyer an Tea Kettle Also the famous COSMOPOLITAN CIGAR!! "Which is Manufactured Especially Jior Me. C . S. 8RADSHAW, Proprietor. J. V. VICKERS, Fremont Street, Real Estate, Mines. Money and Insurance. Ileal Kntut Bought. Sold and Rented, Col loctlons made. Tuxes paid, etc. Mines Bottghnt and Hold, 31 niiey Loans Negotiated and Investments ma'e. liiHitrnntMi Fire, Accident and Life. NOTAKY 1UJW,1C. FASHION STABLES Having purchased tho rolling stock and horses J.O. lunbr, also making many additional pur chases, lam now prepared to ofler to the Tombstone publlothe FINEST TURN-OUTS Ever brought to Hie Territory, and on Benaounble Terms. TRANSIENT and BOARDING ANIMALS Carefnlly Cured For. ALLEN ST., Bet. 3d and 4th. A. T. JONES, Prop'r. Smelting k Lead Co. 416 Montgomery Street, San FltANCISCO,- California. Sold and Silver Refinery and Assay Ollice. HlKhest Priced Paid for Gold, Silver nod I.emt Ores uud Sulphurets Miimitiicturcrsof Uluestonc, also Lead l'if, Sheet Lead, Shot, Etc. 'Il I'umpany has thu Best Facilities on tho Ocjt f-ir worktiiK iolt, -ilver and Loatl Or-s antl Bullion. t'KESflSS SELRY, Supt. i A. GOHN & BRO. CIGARS, TOBACCOS Cutlery, Stationery and SMOKERS' ARTICLES. IMPORTED CIGAR Constantly on Hand. MEERSCHAUM AND AMBER GOOD Sole Agents ior the "SLoTE CIGAR.' A. COHEN & BRO. Cor, Allen and Fifth Sts. f Alfalfa Hay. $300 tons Alfal fa hay for sale by the bale or ton. Inquire at the French Wine House No. 009 Allen street. G-m - 3Pio:n.eer MEAT MARKET, Fourth St, bet. Allen and Fremont. A, BAUER, Pronr. Will sell tho Q.tictt Lot of BEEF, MUTTON AND PORK At Living: 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 oilice of the Tombstone Epitaph. 0. S. ABBOTT. PONY SALOON! Allen Street. AS UNDER. THE FORMER MANAGE ment, this ealoon will continue to retail nothing but the straight goods, wh ch gavo the " fony" such a wcll-desen ed reputation. T. B. Rlpy's celebrated, Anderson County, Kentucky, (four-year-old sour-mash) Uonrhon, and J. M. AthcrtonN equally celebrated lei Kettlo.IIye, ol too sauio ago, retailed, at 1S cents. The Pony The Best "Bit" Cigar to bo had in the City, a Specialty. T. A. JOWI'w, Vroprlctnr. Small Pox Mails Can Be Henioved. LEON & CO., London, Perfumers to II. .M. the Queen, have Indented and patented the world renowned OBLITEBATOB, Whlcn removes Small l'ox Marks of however long standing. The application Is simple and harmless, causes no Inconvenience and contain Doming Injurious, l'rlce 82.50 SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. Leon & Co.'s "Depilatory," Removes Superfluous Hair in a few minuter without pain or unpleasant sensation nevr tn n nevr in Full dlree- grow again, oimpie ana narmicss, tions sent by mail, l'rlce $1. Geo. W. Shaw, General Agent, SU Tremnnt Ht., JSoston, 3lnn. IWim 500 IXttiAisioril fF-' ,5kv ' &o ' WJC an raaie ;JOASe HEALTH. - La Illchnu'g Golden llaliam No. 1 Cures Chancres, firs and s:cond stages; Sores en tho Lees and Body; Sore Ears, Ejcs, Noso, etc., Coppcr-c lorcd Blotches. Syphilitic Cat irrli, diseased Scalp, and all Srlinary forms of the disease known'as yphllis. lrlri, f5 00 pur Ilottln. l.u llliliait' Gililen Hal.am No. 2 Cures Tcrtliry, Mercurial Syphllltlo Rheu matism, Pains in tho Bones, Pains In tho Head, lack c! tho Keck, Ulcerated Sore Throat, Syphlllt'o Rash, Lumps and con. tractcd Con's, StltTness of tho Limbs, and eradicates all d seao from the sstcm, whether caused by Indiscretion or abuse of Mercury, lcatlng tho bljod pure and healthy. 1'ilro 4 5 00 per I ottle. Lo lllchrtu'ri Golden K-unlsli Anil dot n for tho euro of Qonorrhcca, Olcct, Irritation Gravel, and all Urinary or Geni tal disarrangements. Price $!& GO per Dottlo. Ii Klchuu't Golden Spanish In jection, f5rs'cro cases of Gonorrhoea, InfUinmato-y Gleet. Strictures, ic. Price $1 Ml per llottlo. I,o Itlcliau'H Golden Ointment lor Vo ell itlvo liealino'0f Sjphllitlc Sore, and eruptions. Price SI UO per lloic. . l.o IMcliuii's Golden I'll s .N'rro and Brain treatment; los3 of physical pow er, cciesi or ocr-wor!t. Prostration, etc Prlco $U 00 per ltox. Tonio ni.il Nervine, Sent every w here, C. 0. 1)., securely packed per express. C. I'. ItlCHATtTIB A; CO. . Acents, in & 4S9 bausomo street. Corner Clay, San Francisco. Cal. CIRCULAR MAILED FREE. aa fll& "Xf WW!XM wm fe231 m&m vT n til)- DI8EA8E. GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE ISTEW YORK STORE onxr Monday, January 4th, 1886. 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. Cocbise County Bank Tombstone. Ariz. Transacts a general Bankiug business LIONEL M. JACOBS, Pres. ALBERT SPRINGER, Cashier II JOS. STUMPH Proprietor FOURTH STREET, Between Allen and Fremont Htreetw. Bread Cake, Pies. HPim NERVOUS DEBILITATED MEN. You are allowed a free trial o iMrt u dav of tho use of Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic- Belt wltn Llectrlo Suspensory Appliances, for the speedy relief and permanent euro of ArwIMHIy.lo of Vitality and Manhood, and all kindred troubles. Also for many other diseases. Complete restora tion to Health. Vigor and Manhood miaranteM. No risk Is Incurred. Illustrated pamphlet Instated snwlojw mailed free, by addressing ..-,. OLTAIO BELT CO., Martha!!, Mich. Dli. MINTIEi TIIK Hl'KCIAIilST. No. 11 Kearny Street, Sun Fran cisco, Cal. Tiikats Ai.ii CintoNic, Special and Phi vate Diseases with Vondeiikul Success. Tilt: tiKKAV KNtililHIl ItRllKUYl Is u certain cure for Nervousness. 1'rostator men, and nil tho el! fTccts of youthful follies mil excesses, and m Uiukli e. intoxicating Honors Dr. Mlntle, .vno is a regular l nysi Ian graduate from the University of Puisylva ill. will ugree to forfeit J IU for n casoofthls tludthe Vita) Kestora- I vi'luudcr in- .-j.vi, u ...nice slid Ircatiueut) will no cine 1 50nlottl", nr four limes th" quan tity $", sent to uny nddriss on roci.ij t of prlco or G i D , In prlvato name If desired, by Dr. M'lntU',11 KetrnySl., S. F. Cal. Send for list "f jucsllonsand pamplet SAMPLE BOTTLE FRKK will ho sent to any one apply Ins by lettor, Btatln sjmptoai Bcxandaso. Strict secrecy In rcgar nil business transactions. AIE M BAKER! m fcn-mJm MvJT-ym?m lOeerixxts sut tlxo For Rale. A COMPOnTAHLE HOUST-FIVE R03MS xXfarnlshcd ; fruit audfloc- tardens. Located on Bruce street, hetwivn Y f;h and Sixth. For ale at a bargain. Enquire of J. V. VICKERS NOTICE. THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVES notice that Leo Knrner, partner of late firm of Korner fe Peterson, keens hli oftlce as custom house broker at tho (tore of J. Goldwater Sr Co . Fairbanks. LEO KOKNEH. 140-Ira Notice. ALL PERSONS NOW OCCUPYING TOWN lots on the nrface of the Mountain Maid min ing claim In Tombstone, and who have nut here tofore obtalued the mlnlnu title, aro hereby re quested to call npon my attorney, Geo. G Berry, at blsofllce In Tombstone, and make arrange ments to obtain the same If they wish to avoid litigation. FOKDICE ROPER. Tembitone Jan. 12.1885. Notice to the Public. HAVING SOLD THE INTERNATIONAL Restaurant to Messrs. Rossi & Marcotti, 1 hail fool obliged by all parties owing me fur board to come forward and settle their accounts as I shall be leaving Tombtono shortly. I also desire to pay ..11 my dnbts and reqnet all persons to whom I am indebted to bring In their bills 2x MRS. T. A. JONES. NOTICE. IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE GENERA, pnbllc-lbat I Iiavo this day been aopolnted agent and assignee with full power to sell, co.Uct aid transfer all personal and real cstatit belong ing to John Thedc, of beoson Arizona. Also to collect all books, njtci, etc., of every dlsclptlnn whattoetcr. Thorns lndchtcd to said Tneile will pleaso come and settle wii tho undersigned. II. MYERS. Benson, A. T., Jan. 15, UH . lm Administrator's Notice- Notlc-Is herLbygHcn that Iho undersigned, admin M rat or of the cMatnnf James A. Molley, dictcnsed, will sell, at private snlc, on or after tho 4th dai of Fclmury, I88II, to the hlghei-r and best bidder for c oh, cu undivided nnn half in.erest In the mine known as tho WhltcTall Peer" mine, slluatcd tu the Wan en mlnlnflls trtct, CochUo county, Arizona, By ordcrof theProhato court, madoon the til day ol January. 1886. ALEX FHKEMXN. Administrator The soil and climate of Tombstone are well adapted to the culture of many kinds of fruits and flowers. Mr. William Ilranche, 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 I kinds of small fruit constantly on hand.t 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 ori the first Monday in Februaiy next, and continue for a period of 1G weeks. TERMS OF ADMISSION. 1. All applicants must bo not less than 1G years of age and of good character. 2. Applicants must bo 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 tho 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 C. T. Hayden or H. 1 Farmer, Tempo, Arizona Territory. Joseph Campbell, Secretary. City Wood, and Coal Yard. Is now running and oilers for sale all kinds of wood, in any quantity, and coal oy Hie ton or Raok, at moderate prices, for rush. Satisfaction given. Wood sawed In order. Leave orders at the ofllce, Toiiijhnut and- Fourth streets, at Joe ilneller's fitore, or with A.J. Brown's stand al Cochise Hardware store. tf Tho Styles In Glass Eyes. "We sell several hundred eyes a jear," 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 los't a blow, an accident, a , Reverb cold even, may destroy tho nerve, and then tho surgeon removes tho ball, and I lit tho counterfeit. I don't manufacture these glas3 imitations, but import ex clusively. American eyes arc-- mado and sell at tho same figure as foreign ones, but they aro not as fine by any means. Tho most perfect eyes aro mado in Thuringia, Germany, and havo a more natural appcaranco than any others. The iris is covered with silver, and tho blood vessels with gold, and, when properly inserted, thoy will movo almost as readily as their natural com panion. Of courso much deppnds upon the condition of tho socket and the state of tho muscles as left by tho sur geon. "Our greatest troublo 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 we often have. Ilero is an eye be longing to an old gent in Gormantown. It is a special eye, and is left here as a sample by which ho 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 fentleman, who was hero this morning, ad worn his eyo for fivo years, both night and day. Tho salt and alkaline 'solutions of the tear-ducts, however, havo an effect upon the surface of tho 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; here's her last ope, you can seo how rough its surfaco'is, and how its colors aro dimmed. "It is quite an operation," tho dealer went on, "to properly select and fit an eye, but when onco you havo succeeded tho owner suffers no pain or inconven ience. Last month a gentleman camo to mo for a left eye. I fitted him up and then was astonished to bo soundly berated because ho could not seo through it. Ho had an idea that my glass imitation was going to restore fife to his destroyed optic nerve, and he told me he had been thus informed by his doctor. You seo this eye that be longs to a young lady on liroad street, audi havo no doubt that it has often gazed tenderly Tnto tho orbs of many & young gentleman. Tnero is somo ex- Ercssion even in glass eyes. Thcro is a luo one that goes to a lady in Iowa. I'll venture the assertion that in a week some young man will be peeping into its depths and mentally believing that he is reading the soul of tho fair owner. Sho is pretty and lost her eye through a premature explosion in one of her lather's mines." Philadelphia Press. m Steaming aud Bending Wood. In an address recently delivered by Mr. H. G. Shepard, of New Haven, Coriti., relative to tho use of wood in carriage making, ho said that after a piece of wood is bent its characteristics undergo a considerable change. Tho wood is heavier, and its fibers have be come interlaced ; it will sustain mora fircssuro and strain than straight wood n the same directions, either across oi with graiu. Ho said : A piece 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 be fore, and for some uses it will do as well, and yet there is a quality that the steaming process and tho kiln drying process affect very much the same; they both cook the gum in tho timber and niako it brittle and stiff. Thero is a grado or class of hickory that is benefit ed by being steamed or kiln dried for uo as spokes or whiflietrees. Thero if. a kind of hickory that never bocomes stiff by a natural process of drying, and ono of the desirable qualities of a spoke, rim, or wbiflletree is stiffnew as well as strength: you take that hickory and it is tho very best wo havft 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 libera aro interwoven, one with tho other. Wo do not perceivo the chango on tho out tide, but when wo coino to split the stick open we find that its character i entirely changed. Animal Eccentricities, If a man begins to save against Ids old age, wo call it thrift, and praise him as a small capitalist who is giving hos tages to fortune; but if a dog accumu lates a store 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 bo exceptions hero 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 tho whole, thero is no sterner standard of conventionality than that which we enforco on our domestic ani mals. Pet dogs becomo perfect bigots In favor of tho usual, and persecuto any attempt to deviate from it on tho part oven of a moro powerful and less favored colleague, as tho Inquisition persecuted heresy, or as tho court of Kussia persecutes Nihilism. There is nothing equal to tho indignation of an in-doors dog at any invasion of tho privacy of tho drawing-room by an out doors dog, and nothing more melan sholy than the servile apologies which tho big dog will mako to tho littlo one, for oven proposing to break through the animal ctiquetto of tho house. Pooular Science Monthly for December.