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DAILY EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 30, 1886.
Julfan Hawthorne's Ideas. Mr. Julian Hawthorne, Iho novelist, wm.reeently interviewed by a Chicago Daily News reporter. Tlio conversation turned upon the estimation placed by Kuropeans on Aniciiciin works of fiction, .mil tho question was asked: "Do you think tlio American novel is trowing in popularity abroad, and what tiro its distinctive; features thought to bo by foreigners?" "The American novel is certainly growing in popularity abroad, especial ly in England, as will bo seen by tlio frequent English reprints of our bottcr um els. Tlio reason for this is that thero imi.ut present i few tolerablo novelists in England. Tho English novel has been written to death, and, as oven novel-readers must havo occasional nov elty, they turn to our books with relief. Tim distinetivo features of our work probably appear to them to be now sit uations, social conditions, and types of character and a certain niinuto accuracy of treatment from tho literary point of view. Average English novol-writing U very slip-shod ana careless." "What is your opinion of the school of 'mental vivisection'?" "I am not myself in sympathy with that bchool. 'Mental vivisection' is easy writing, but hard writing. I think ft is duo to a lack of mental energy and of imnginntionMn thoso 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 dono by Shakspcaro and tho best writers." "Do you consider this departure of literature a part of tho progress of the lime or a morbid outcome of days too prosperous for romance?" "1 think it has nothing to do with tho progress of tho time. It only indicates that our novelists mako less uso of their imagination than any othor class of our community. Perhaps tho recognition they receive is too faint to stimulate thorn. Tho difficulty is certainly not on tho sido of any deficiency of stirring times. Timidity and lack of self-conh-denco havo moro to do with it. Our wi iters consider their audience too much; no audienco that they can reach is woith considorings as a literary tri bunal. 'Inspiration is dopreeated, as if it must bo either 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 mako it a ponal offenso for any woman to write a story." "Do modern novelists make their men and women do nothing but sit still and talk becauso thero is nothing clso for them to do?" "I shall rather say becauso it is easier to writo clover dialogue than to poitray characteristic action." "What aro your methods of working? Do you depend, principally upon your observations or on your imagination?" "Observation is always of assistance in imaginativo woik if it can bo suffi ciently emancipated from individual in stances. On tho other hand, nothing kpoils a fictitious character so surely as to make it confoini too closely to any real model. Tho requirements of tlio btory must bo allowed to mold and adapt it or tlio !tory will bo mined." "Do you havo regular Iiouia for work or do you wait for an inspiration?" t'l never w ait for an inspiration, and mil not awaio of having every been vis ited by any. I generally take a walk in tho morning and writo in tho afternoon and evening. But I keep no .strict rulo in such matters." "Do you know what tho 'terriblo se cret' of 'Tlio Marblo Faun' was or what tho 'mystery that Mirioumlcd Miriam?" - ''If 1 know I would tell with pleasure. My father never explained it. becauso it did not come within tho design of tho story that tlio '--eciet' should bo anything but a typical secret a human being polluted by involuntary association with tho sin of others. Tlio Cenci tragedy is an instance cf such an occurrence, and is therefore made prominent in thq story, but whether or not Miriam was tho victim of a similar castiopho was her privato business, and of no import to tho moral of tho talc." Bad Atr. Wlion a person has remained for an nour or more in a crowded and poorly rcntilated room or railroad-car, tho sys tem is already contaminated to a greater or lesser oxtont, by breathing air vitiated by exhalations from tho lungs, bodies and clothing of tho occu pants. Tho immediato effect of thoso poisons, is to debilitate, to lowor vital ity, and to impair tho natural power of the system to resist disease. Henco it is that poisons who aro attecked by in flammatory diseases, as pneumonia or rheumatism, can generally traco tho be ginning of tho disease to a chill felt on coming out of a crowded room into tho cold or damp air, wearing perhaps, thin shoes, and insufficient clothing. If tlieso facts wero generally under stood and acted upon, thousands of lives might bo saved ovory year. It is a well-know fact that men who "camp out," sleeping on tho ground at all sea sons of tho year, seldom havo rmoumo niu, and that rheumatism with them, comes as a rulo, only from unwarrant able imprudoncos. Thero aro two facts that should bo learned by every porson capablo of appreciating thorn, and hould nevor bo lost sight of for a mo ment. Ono is that exhalations from tho lungs tho breath are a doadly poison, con taining the products of combustion, in tho form of carbonic acid gas, and If a person wero compollcd to roinhalo it unmixed with tho oxygon of the air it would provo as destructive to lifo as tho fumes of charcoal. This is an enemy that is always pres ent, in forco, in assemblies of peoplo, and only a constant and freo infusion of fresh air prevents it from doing mis chief that would bo immediately appar ent. Tho othor fact is that pure air is the antidoto to this poison. Tho oxygen of tho air is tho greatest of all purilieis. Kapid streams of water tli.it p.iss through largo cities, receiving the 'owcrago, becomo puio again through tho action of tho air after run ning a few ml os. Air is tlio best of all (loot! puriliers." Combined wilh vigorous (,o;ciso to mako it offectivo it vill (.uro any curable- caso of consump tion ff ttu'a j0Umal of Health. r MrosAtMCttfif Not Sellout, JUST .A.S C ZE3I IE3 .A :F ? A S THOSE WHO ARE? JSollixxgr We take this method of informing the people in general that owing to the fact that we intend leaving sometime next summer for Timbuctoo to settle un TWO large estates, we will sell our entire stock re gardless ol pront, because everybody knows WE HAVE COME HERE FOR THE BENEFIT OF OUR HEALTH ONLY. UNPRECEDENTED BARGAINS EST Dress Goods, Silks, Satins, Shoes, FANCY-GOODS OF ALL iKINDS -To be had ONLY at The Palace Dry Goods Store. Fifth. 35 1 x e e t. 37X3C33 Books, Tovs, Stationery Musical Instruments, Periodicals, Magazines, Etc. Allen Street, lit Urand Hotel liulIriUng SOLOMONISRAEL.Pro. Co ais i. O- S"??iB " -- w- - VJH a Q . .- o 2.5 2 .?R XnV E2S o 3S-' n s a a ; iA 7 si-:"-ssg. MS-??:" a;;!1 g.as,S4a-EH. z.n o o 2,5 i n 3 a Cq 5Sg2. oJ s $$$WMt Ol rWWVikl,.' hfun !0Jb.feIHuS Wilt b. m.ll.a FREE U U .ppllc.nli. M4 u in.lomui of COO llluitritlom, ptleti. uniui d.ictipiloo. tal (u;j,j O. M. FfiRRY 00., Ditrolt, MlPhlian. II ra DEPOT 1 CO Co h as8 SO 9 a Cl & ? H "vm - Not foil. NtqN ' BUT OuLt! Selling- Out. MERCANTILE, LAW AND COLLECTION 0FFIGE. Tniiglitiut Ht., liet. Fourth una Fifth. TuiubHtoiiF, Arlzonu. Charles G. Johnston, At ort.tv-at-J.au ami Notary TuMlc. J. 13. Palmer, Accountant. .Mr. Ji.hueon will practice In all tho court o tho ten'tory. In both civil anil cilminal cases Mr. Palmer will devotohla atlcu Ion ns expert lu bookkeeping; alto to bookkeeping, etarchli u of records, crpjlnjr, abetracilnjr, convuu Inj; anil all other buslmss connected therewith For the convenience nrmisluegs men ami tliers hav. up past due lid other claims li r adj sfncnl nnd coll ctlon, Ibl" uitice i Hers unpaidicd ad vartppes Mr. ralmir will keep, for the bencilt of h ldir nl real estate, i special book fur the utrj of lionet a d lands lor fain or toiert.. II eds mortt'Bten and ine will hi- c .rtfull drawn and rents colpcltd, and an loth Irane'ii ol thN olllc un." wiiii iitruiaue. It In tertlolj 'akin In eoi'Jni ctlon villi tlcir Iriis txpciliice I i tin above htielcei'i hpecialtic) a niitllr i.ri I uaiantii- or jirnuit cn and iconouiy Mr aimer will nlnu llnpfnct.ai- airent In Tombstone, liup'neii" of any nan, to lur p rainn living nlirc id, i uarautiili f thtm tiOy, tatirlnctloii and di pitili. Ill lin Proposals for Printing. PROPOSALS lor d. loer tho aiUertUlng aud Jul) work for tie city of Tombi-tonc, for the year 18SG,lll be rceelicd by the conncll com mittee on prjntlnjr, at the otllco of ih. chairman of the committee, John i'ldwell, ir tho i-rcade Stloon, until 12 o'clock noon, February 3, 188G The-io hld innt ppcclfy the late per Inch to be cl a'Ked fur advtrtl'lng. All adverllei mints to In (oturi lu 'inl. i t)p AIo Ihe price per Imudreil and ptr tboiuinl lor JJ hu t, U eheet and 1-6 tnert b'anks and tl n late p.r hundred and per thouni'd frr hlai k city ucrrnntx aud blank city HcetifK. All hid. limn liu eccompanlcil hy a ,' .ml and Kttlllclent honU In the Him or one II O'tt-and dol lire aKagnarantieol tl.u 1 itlifnl ei(itmai.ci' nf contract anarded Adertlnemenfl nu-t bo inserted 1 1 sumo ptipir pnblisl td within ilii-tlty ol 'lmbi-tutm The ordluary ligal dirtl'e,i cM tor theiltj ar lequlrcd bv law to bji"iiul In teu con tillvc lsmes. Thocommltttorefervn tho Iphttoteject imynnd aUblds .T I'mtVELL, Ohalrminof Oomml'tco. Tombstone, .Tan, 85, 1P86. Selling Out, AX BXTKAOKWINAKV OFKEIt. To All Wnntine Kmploynent. We want lhe, energetic and capable agents. It CTcryronntyln the United State and Canada t h-l1 a intent article of great merit, on its merits n aitlclo having a large sale, pnjin;rovtr 10 per cent jlrotlt, having no competition, and ol which tho avent Is protected in tho exduelvi Alc by a died plvini for each and every coun'y b may senile fiom lis With II thMo advactaeer I i our agent', and tho (act that It la an articli mat car. nei-oiiuo every nonae owner It migti i ot ho neceeary to make an "cxtraordluar oiler' to nccurogood agentaat once, but we have con t laded to make It to show, not only our confidence in the merits of onr Invention, but In Its saleabl llty by any agent that will handle It wl henerjry Onr ag nta now at work am making from SIM to S'JOO a month clear, and this fact rnnices It eaf. tor us to make our offer to all who ar) ont of cm tiloymcnt. Any n;ent that will give our business a thirty days' trial and tail to cler at leant $100 in this time, above all expenses, can leturu all loo(l unsold to ns and wo will refund tho money I alii for them . Any igent or general lgent who wnuldllko ten or mora countlea and work them il ro lgh sub aireuts for ninety days, tod fall to iloiir m le.ut S750nbove nil epenpes rm retnrn 1 11 unsold nuu git their money harl No othn mplojtr or agei.t eer dared to make mfh offers, l.ur woull welf vc did not know thttwenavr HKcnts now making more than double the amoutt we guaranteed, and bu two sales a day would (.ivua prcllt orovtr Sl.'ja montb, and that one ot i ur aeents took flchteen older In one day. Onr I jrgi descrrptle circulars explain our oner fully, in d these we wish tr aend to every oio ont ol 1 mplovment who wlll.8er.d ue threeone-cent t-tnmpa to secure postage end at onceand recure thuagemy In time lor the boom, and go t work or tbc terms named In our extraordinary (Her. We would llkn to have the address nf all tne agents, scwlig machine solicitors and car enters In the ennnt-y, ami afkany reader ol this papir ubo rea s this oiler, to send at once ttiunamu and address of all such they kuow Adilre-s at once, or jou will lose tho best chance ever otlerrcd to noo out of i mployment to Liako money; ItENNElt MANUK'INd CO 116 Smlthfleld bt., Pittsbnrp, Fa, Notice of Forfeiture, rpO J. K. FAinKS, J. J. NEKLY, O. O. X Moore, A I.aoi E II. Fordtran ,W. A. Beck I am, I!. O Falres, h B. Moore. J. II Chambers, . T. llogan.S B. Garrett, B. Ilalght, R Cocke, .L Sl'ele and I. C'aron You are hereby i otlfled that we have expended one hundred dof lira In labor kin! improvements on the Hercules hide and ml- liw claim, situated In the Dta ( abeas, iiiiw '.iiown a Iho Tevls mining dis trict, Com iyorCochs-aud Territory of Arizona; I icatli-ii notice r-cordd In hook 3, page 110, of tnm-tribed records ol Cochise county, A. T., In rdir to hold iho claim for tho year tndljg l)irini')rv, 1885, niidjr Ihe provisions of section '?)!!. Iclsed Statutes of tho United States. 1 hi re'ore, If within ninety davs from publication of this i mice, ou fall or refuse to contllbute. each of on, vour proportion of said expenditure aidunt or this p'lMiratli)" as co owners, your Intcre Is 1m ea'd mine or claim will become the property of the undersigned, uncer section 2,24. JACOB BINZ. JACOII HOItNBKRGEn. Tombstone, Janiiary 1st, 1866. Arizona Mail rS2yrT&gdggrisr Jz TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA. HTaUU Bl.tl A.r ... ... Piirtn Villi.,,.,! 1...L. . Jv' c"aDelins fnTiMMiRmCJ KiixiorK, .m. upon urlVai of Benson train. "' a . auk, u bihukk leaves every morning at 6 o clock, except Bandars. 406 Allen St., Under Occidental Hotel. THFlESIXCDrT 3E3IOXJSE! CO vyt MAIN AND YANKEE STREETS. SILVER CITY, --- xEW MEXICO. THE BEST HOTEL New rooms lately added. Every attention given for the comfort and convenience of the travelling public. THE HEADQUARTERS FOR MINING MEN. Terms: (per day) $2.00 and $2.50. E" Buss meets all trains at the depot. AH stages pass the Tremont Home. J 3D. O. HOBART, 137-tt HOLIDAY Just Received at the Pioneer' Jewelry Store, The Finest, Largest and Best Selected Stock of JEWELRY, DIAMONDS, WATCHES, CHAINS Gold and Silver Filigree Goods in Latest Designs, SILVERWARE and HOLIDAY NOVELTIES Ever Brought to this Territory. Prices Reduced to Suit the Times. Call and be Convinced. H. SCHMIEDING, Prop. - HOLIDAY JOSEPH DEALER IX GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Tents, Wagon Covers, MINING SUPPLIES, ETC. Corner Fifth and Fremont. CHARLES E. DKUEK IN- Stoves, Tinware, Brass -Goods, Etc, TIN AND IRON ROOFING A SPECIALTY. Pipe and Pipe Fittings, Granite, Ironware, San Jose Pumps, Etc. and Stage Line witn eastern aid western bound train on Boutner BWgv leaves Mir bank upon arrival 01 Honor train "'" TPmo-ton. at? ocioeu..m anareturni ROBT. CROUCH, F PROPRIETOR. IN GRANT COUNTY. 3EH.03PHi3EirroaR.. PRESENTS! r-Sj oo tad PRESENTS! HOEFLER, FREDERICK,