TJ,V "ABEmL ?y to !? Wf a, ! J l itfT
TOMBSTONE, ABIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31, 1886.
till wWWM&wWV SJH4CMJ1JI
I nil! lulorra the public that I hriTO opened a
first-class (hop In every particular.
Ladles' llnir Cutting nudniiniuiiooln:;
Privato ontraseo In rear of tho hotel for ladle.
THE FASHION SALOON,
Allen Street, between Third
KcepslConstantlv on Hand the
Also tho famous
"Which is Manufactured
Especially J(or Mo.
C . S. BRADSHAW, Proprietor.
J. V. VICKESS,
Real Estate, Mines. Money and
Iteal KHtntP Bonsl t. Sold and Jtcntcd, Col
loctlons inadcN Taxes paid, etc,
SIlncH BoiiRhnt and Sold,
aionry Loans Negotiated and Imntmcnts
ma-io. "' t" 'ill
I iinurnnr. rei,.!dentTud Lite.
Hating purchased the rolling stock and horses
J.O. Dunbar, also making many additional pur
chases, lam now prepared to offer to tho Tombstone
Ker brought lo llic Territory, null
on Uciiiouiililo Terms.
TRANSIENT and BOARMNG ANIMALS
Cnrcfully Cnrcil For.
ALLEN ST., Bet. 3d and 4th.
A. T. JONES, Prop'r.
410 Montsoniery Street,
Ban Francisco, California.
Sold and Silver Refinery and
IMuIhmi Price Paid for Uold, Silver and
Lead Ores and Sulphurcte
Manulucturcrsof milestone, also Lead
I'Ih Sheet I.ea'd, Shot, Etc.
Tnts Co npauv has thu Beit CecIIUios on the
Uosit fr wiirklt'i;
iold, Uvr nml Lead Ores and
r,HKN'rIS8 HELMY, Snpt.
A. OOHN & BRO.
Cutlery, Stationery and
Constantly on Hand.
MEERSCHAUM AND AMBER GOCD
Sole Agents tor the "SLOTE CIGAR.'
A. COHEN & BRO.
Cor. Allen and Fifth Sts.
200 tons Alfal
fa hay for sale by
the bale or ton.
Inquire at tho frcnoh Wine House
No. 009 Allan street. G-m
Fourtli St, bet. Allen and Fremont.
A, BAUER, Prom-.
Will sell the tie Hit Lot of
BEEF, MUTTON AND PORK
At Living Prices.
Work and Saddle Horses for
sale in quantities to suit pur
chasers at ABBOTTS' Ranch,
Sulphur Spring Valley. For
particulars apply at the oHlce
of the Tombstone Epitaph.
0. S. ABBOTT.
AS UNDER THE l'l USIEK MANAGE
menl, tlilj palonn will continue to rttnil
nothing bnt tho stric"it odi, vheh iravo tht
"ony" Mich n wcl'-dc-rvcd rcputatlou. T. B
Utpy'n nl.'bratiyl Anderfctt. Onuuty, Kcntuck
(four.yccr-od oiir-oSfll'U'.ourbou, and J M
ylnJrionV equally CAjifrfijfi lea Kettle Mjc, nl
lh)6ian) nit'L-1- Tip ct i-nt8.
lo r ony,
The Best "Bit" Cigar to be had
in the City, a Specialty,
T, A. .lOMIix. ATopiiotiir.
Small Pi Marks
Can 33 Removed.
LEON & CO.,
London, rirlumers to II. .51. the (Jnecn, have
iuvinttd and paternal the world lccouutd
Which removes Small l'ox Marks of however
Ionic 'nvMuz. The nppl'caiion is simple and
Harmless, causes no incomouteuco una contain
uotnlng Injurious, l'rico S2.00
Leon & Co.'s
l)l.miit fu k,iii, ,, llnmia tills tn n tint ndnnluy
'iiu'ui uiuu m uiiiivuruui pviipbiiuii (M tin
?row iiL'uln. blmnlo and hnrmlenp. Full direc
tions ecnt by mall. I'rico $1.
uri rliftrtr' inm in tinutitncnii lii untli-kti n. r t.
Beo. W. Shaw, General Agent,
!il TroiiKint St.,
SJcPorX ' vQ ;
T.o ItlclinuU Golden llalsnm No. 1
Cures Chancres, firsi and a cond stages;
Sores en tho Legs and Italy; Sore Ea's,
tj es. Ken, etc, C'oppcr-c lor'd Iliotchcs,
Ejiihllltiol attrih, ilscascd Scalp, and all
primary fo-ns ol tho dl.caso known as
Sjp'iUU. 1'ilr, ,-.00 pr Itoltlf.
I.o Kldmn'H O llm ll.ilmiiL Xu,:j
Cures Tertl rv, JIcn'itilalSyphl.ltloRhcu
matlsut. Pains in tho Hones, pains In tho
Head, Mtk of tho Neck, Ulcerated Soro
lhroat, Kyphllit'c l!ah, Lumps and con
tnictid t'on', Stiffness of tho Limbs, and
eradicates a'l ilwapo from the system,
whether ctweti l.y ind'scrctlon or abuso
of Mercury, lcaIn tho blwU u ro and
healthy. I'rico 5 (10 jior I oltlr.
Ii! nlclimi'-i Rnldon s aiilsli Antl
ilotn for tho euro of Oono-rhoca, Qlcet,
Irritation Gravel, and all Urltnry or Ocni
til dharrangemtnts. Prlco S'-S 50 nor
Lo Ulclmu'i Oolilon Sp'iiiiali In
ject Inn, fir severe casfscf Gonorrhcea,
inlUmmitO'y f.ltct. Strlctures.ic. I'rico
$1 r per Ilottlo.
Lo Itlcliuu'u Golden Ointment
fort.'io iff ctnolwalinrrf Syphilitic Sorca,
and truptlons. l'rlco 1 CO ior ISox.
l,o Itlclmu'H GoUloii I'll h .cro
and Drain treatment; loss of physli al pow
er, eveess or o cr-wvr!t, 1'rostratlon, itc.
Prlco SJl 00 per Uox.
Toulo m.il Nervine,
Sent cerwhtre, C. 0. 1)., securely packed
per cxprcts. ,
C. V. ItlCIIAmis" CO. , Aireuta,
427 & 429 Sausomo ttrtct, turner Llay,
San Francisco, Oal.
ciscumk jiaili:d fiiee.
sr. v .y
v -an n IP H T A A A 1 Am A
Lit I IjLUui JM
Retiring from the Dry Goods Business in Tomb
stone, the entire stock, which is' complete in every
department, will be
LB WITHOUT RESERVE
Away below cost. This is no humbug, but a bona fide
sale, as our prices will show.
II IP PI
Coclisfi County Bank
T oinbsl one. Ariz.
Trail sucts ti (,'cneral UanUnig busine-"
liIONBL M. JACOBS, Pics.
ALBERT SPRINGEH, Cashior
Between Allen mid ('lcmont Htrcotn.
Itgb.6. Cake, "Pies.
You are allowed a fret trmlqf thirty days of tho
use of Dr. Dje's Celebrated Vultafc Belt wltft
blectrlo busfiensory Appliances, for tlio Fpeedy
relief ami permanent cuie of bervous Dtbiltt y, losg
of Vitality anil Manioodt and all kindred troubles.
Also for many other diseases. Complete restora
tion fo Heal ih. Vigor and Manhood puaronteed.
So risk Is Incurred Illustrated pamphlet lnwatetf
invelope mailed freo, bvnddresstnR
VOLTA10 BELT CO., Marshall, Mich.
No. 11 Kearny Strocl, San Fran
TllIJATS VM I UltON'K, Hl'IIClAI. NH l'ltl-
VATi; Diskaris wirn WoNinmrui.
tiii: Hiimr t;i,sHii ltKiiKitv:
i ctrtiit-i i urn lor
M'noi-lit , I lof uli r
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Ih us III jouthriilfollKK
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llikl I' Dt(iiMlli rr
lluuori Hi. Jllntlc,
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rnduntc fmni the
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da, wll nrrie tif-rlclt
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Iml tin itn' lioetoi'i
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lUV.llltUF .IU iaiU'lk.
SAJI1'1.J I10TTLE PKRK
will ho sen' tuauy olio applying hy letter, 6t.u,u
Hymniom scxaudncu hirlct pecrccy In roRrr
all builnuiH traii'Mcttonij.
m R t m m m m
January 4th, 1886.
C O H IE 3ST.
A COJIFOIlTAliLE IIOUS3 -FIVE UOJJIS
tXfurmshed; fruit and iluucr gardens. Located
ou Bruco flitct, betwptn Kif a and Sixth. Foi
alo ai a hitrcaln. Knquiru i f
.1. V. VICKERS
alUE UNDEI131GNBD HKKEBV GIVES
. nutlcx that Leo Knrncr, partter of late firm
ot Korner & I'ctcreon, keens his office as cuntoin
houro broker nl the store of J. Goldwater Co .
Fairbanks. LEO KOKNEK.
ALL PERSONS NOW OCCUPYING TOWN
lots on tho nrfaccofthe Mountain Maid min
ing claim In Tonib"tone, and v)inha,o unt hero
toforo obtained the mining title, aro hereby ic
iinctcd to call upon mj attorney, Geo. G Berry,
at liisolllce In Tombr-tnnc, and make Brrangt
ments to obtain tho same if they ish toaioid
lltlsation. FOUUICE ROl'KK.
Tembntono Jan, lS.ltftS.
Notice to the Public.
HAVING SOLI) THE INTERNATIONAL
Restaurant to Mosrs. Rossi & Marcottt,
1 -ball leel obliged hy all parties owing mo for
board to como forward and settle their account
as I flul! bo leaving Tombtono shortly. I also
dcMro tn pay 11 my d-bts and reque-t all person,
touhom 1 am indebted to bring in I heir bill"
Sw MR8. T. A. JONES.
TS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE GENERAL
I public that I hive tins day been nopolnted
ii(,vnt and a-ndjrneo ith full power lo sell, co.lect
ai d transfer ad por-onal and real estate lii'lons
iiijtoJohnTlioJc, of biinsou Arizona. Also to
c.nlcct all books, njte, a c, nf every dlscription
whittoe(i.r. Tho-o Indebted to said Thedu will
pleio comoaud settle with tho undersisncd.
Benaou, A. T., Jan. 1 lSuf. lm
Niitii Is litrebt nlen that the undersigned,
adnilii ftratnr of tl' i tstc of Junes A. Molley,
ilcctense't, will Fill, nt prlaio sale, on or nfrc'
i he I'll dT ef l'ebuiirv, lSBIi, to'the hlghcs'
mi tbi-t bldikr f'r a hIi, i:n nndlvldrd one hair
in en si In the mile known as the '"White Tall
flon" mini". .Hill ted In the Warren mining din
Irirt, Curhl-n county. Arlrona,
By oHerof lhf Prulmte court, madenn the tb
dnv ol.Iiiiimirj. lasit. ALEX FKEK.MAN.
The soil and climate of Tombstone
are well adapted to the culture of many
kinds of (mils and flowers. Mr. William
llranchc, wlioe 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 h.ind.f
Of the Territorial Normal
The Normal School
located at Tempo, in
county, is now completed, and it
is tho 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 1G weeks.
TERS1S OF ADMISSION.
1. All applicants must be not
less than 1G years of age and of
2. Applicants must be able to
pass an examination in the '"First
Grade" laid down in tho Course of
Study for Public Schools. Sec
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 u
monthly tuition charge of four
4. Board and lodging can be
obtained in privato families for
about 820 per month.
The Board intends to fnrni&li
every facility totlioo who attend,
for obtaining it thorough educa
tion. For further particulars address
0. T. llayden or II. B. Farmer,
Tempi;, Arizona Territory.
'lt.V Wood nmt Oonl Y'nrd.
N ti'm runniiu nd oilers for title nil
kuiilK of wimJ, In any quantity, nnd rot.
iiv lhf inn or sack, at moderate price", for
O'iblp. S.Uifnctioii given. Wood wim-i'
lo order. Leave order at llu- oilier
Toimlinut anil Fourth street, ut .Ire
Ilncfler's ttore, or with A.J. Brown'
BtanJ nl Cochise Hardware store. tf
Die Styles In Glass Eyes.
"Wo sell several hundred eyes a
year," said a dealer yesterday, "and
send them at far m Portland, Ore,
Denver, Col., and Lawrence, Kan. It
U a growing business, and it would
surprise you to know who some of ray
customers arc. Eyesight 5s easily lost
a blow, an accident, a severo cold
even, may destroy tho nerve, nnd .then
tho surgeon lcmoves tho ball, anjl.1 Qt
tho counterfeit. I don't manufacture
thoso glass inuttisfir but jmpbrf ex
clusively. American eyes aro mado
and sell at the sarao liguro as foreign
ones, but they aro not as lino by any
means. Tho most perfect eyes aro
mado in Thuringia, Germany, and have
a moro natural appearanco than any
others. The iris is covered with silver,
and tho blood vessels with gold, and,
wlion properly inserted, they will movo
almost as readily as their natural com
panion. Of course much depends upon
the condition of tho socket and the
state of tho muscles as left by tho sur
geon. "Our greatest trouble is tho 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 tho difficul
ty wo often have. Here is an eyo be
longing to an old gent in Germantown.
It is a special eye, and is left here as a'
sample hy which ho can order new
ones. You sec, 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
gentleman, who was hero this morning,
had worn his eyo for fivo years, both
night and day. The salt and alkaline
solutions of tho tear-ducts, however,
have an effect upon tho surfaco of tho
glass, and eventually roughen it, so that
a new eyo 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 aro dimmed.
"It i3 quito 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 mouth a gentleman came
to mo for a left eye. I fitted him up
and then was astonished to bo soundly
berated becauso ho could not see
through it. He had an idea that my
glass imitation was going to rcstoro
fifo to his destroyed optio nerve, and ho
told me ho had boon thus informed by
his doctor. You see this eye that be
longs to a young lady on liroad street,
antll have no doubt "that it has often
gitzed tenderly hub tho orbs of many a
young gentleman. Tnore is some ex
pression even in glns eyes. There is a
blue ono that goes to a lady in Iowa:
I'll venture tho assertion thatintrweek
some young man will bo peeping into
its depths and mentally believing that
he is reading the soul of tho fair owner.
Sho is pretty and lost her eyo through
a premature explosion in ono of her
lather's mines. Philadelphia Press.
Steaming and Beudicc; Wood.
In an address recently delivered by
Mr. II. G. Shepard, of New Haven.
Conn., 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. The
wood is heavier, and its fibers havo be
come interlaced ; it will sustain moro
pressure and strain than straight wood
In tho same directions, either across oi
with grain. He said : A uieco 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 the kiln drying
process ail'ect very much the same; they
both cook the gum in the 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
use as spokes or wlinlletrces. I hero il
a kind of hickorv that never becomes
stiff by a natural process of drying, and
ono of the desirable qualities of a spoke,
lim, or whiilletreo is stiffncus as well as
strength: jott take that hickory and it
is tho very best wo have and steam it,
and it is better fitted for these purposes
than it was before. It is diilicult to tear
apart a piece of bent wood ; the libers
aro interwoven, ope with the other. Wo
do not pereeivo tho change on the out
side, but when v o come to split the
stick open wo find that its character is
If a man begins to save against his
old age, wo call it thrift, andpraisohim '
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. Thcro may bo exceptions hero
and there. Sometimes you will find
an old lady who will protect eccentric
ity in a parrot, a magpie, 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 tho whole, thcro is no sterner
standard of conventionality than that
which wo enforce on our domestic ani
mals. Pet dogs become perfect bigots
In favor of tho usual, and persecute
any attempt to deviato from it on tho
part even of a moro powerful and less
favored colleague, as tho Inquisition
persecuted heresy, or as tho court of
Russia persecutes Nihilism. There is
nothing equal to tho indignation of an
lu-doors dog at any invasion of tho
privacy of tho drawing-room by an out
doors dog, and nothing moro melan
sholy than tho servile apologies which
the big dog will make to tho littlo one,
for oven proposing to break through
tho animal etlquetto of tho liouso.
Pauular Science Monthly for Decrmher,
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