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TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3, 1886.
I will Inform the public that I hart opened
first-class ihop In every particular.
GIVE ME A CALL.
laattea' Hair Cattlas sad BhsuMpoolnar.
Private entrance in rear of tea hotel for ladles.
THE FASHION SALOON,
Allea Sfxeetfcttietween Tkird
KeepsJCtawtantlv oa Hand the
MoBrey er an
Also the famous
Which is Manufactured
Especially tor Me.
C. S. 8RADSHAW. Proprietor.
J. V. VICKERS,
Real Estate, Mines, Money and
Meal Katate Bought. Sold and Rented, Co)
loctloni made, Taxes paid, etc.
Mlar Bonghnt aad Bold,
Money Loans Negotiated and Investments
Inanrauro-Flre, Accident and Life.
Having purchased the rolling (took and hone
J. O. Dunbar, alao making many additional pur
chases, I am now prepared to offer to the Tombstone
Krer broiifht t the TerrtUrr, aatl
en Beascmable Terms.
TRANSIENT and BOARDING ANIMALS
Carerally Cared Far.
ALLEN ST., Bet. 3d and 4th.
A. T. JONES, Prop'r.
Smelin & Lead Go.
416 Montgomery Street,
Ban Francisco, Oauvohma
jtold and Silver Jeiinerv aud
Hlfhest Prices Paid for Gold, Silt if ,i .'
Lead Ores and rjulphurctr
Manufacturers of Blucstmie, nUo l.nic
Pipe, Sheet Lead, Shot, Etc
This Company hat thu Best racllltic- hl u .
Coast for working
(told, Silver aud Lead Ore ihx
s'ltKN'T'IBr 8BL11Y, 811M
A. COHN & BRO.
Cutlery, Stationery and
Constantly on Hand.
MEERSCHAUM AND AMBER GOOD
80I0 Agents tor the "SLoTi CIGAR.'
A. COHEN & BRO.
Cor. Allen and Fivth Sts.
200 tons Alfal
fa hay for sale by
the bale or ton.
Inquire at the Freuoh Wine House
No. G09 Allen street. 6-ra
Fourth St, bet. Allen and Fremont.
A, BAUER, Propr.
Will sell the ticket Lot of
BEEF, MUTTON AND PORK
jz uvjnj Jtrnces.
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.
AS UNDER THE FORMER MANAGE,
ment, this saloon will continue to retail
notblne but the straight goods, wtrcta gave the
"i'ony" snch a well-deserved reputation. T. B,
Rlpy's celebrated Anderson County, Kentucky,
(four-year-old sour-mash) Bourbon, and J. M.
Atherton'e equally celebrated Tea Kettle. Rye, of
tno same age, retailed at 12V4 cents.
The Best "Bit" Cigar to he had
in the City, a Specialty.
T. A. JONKH, Proprietor.
Small Pox Ms
Can Be Removed.
LEON & CO.,
London, Perfumers to II. .M. the Queen, hare
Invented and patented the world renownid
Whien removes Small Pox Marks of however
long standing. The application is simple and
harmless, causes no Inconvmleuce and contains
nothing Injurious. Price $2.50
Leon & Co.'s "Depilatory,"
Removes Superfluous Hair In a few minutes
without pain or unpleasant sensation nev.r to
grow again, blmple and harmless. Full direc
tions sent by mall. Prlco $1.
Geo. W. Shaw, General Agent,
Jtltt Treuunnt tit., Jlotiton, 31n.
IV nichnu'a Golden Balsam No. 1
urea Chancres, firs', and ucond stages:
Sores en tho Lee. and Body; Sore Ears,
Eyes, Nose, etc., Copper-cnlored Blotches,
8ynhllltio Catarrh, diseased Scalp, and all
primary forms of the disease known as
Syphilis. Prlro, f-5 00 per Bottle.
I Rlchan'a Gnlden Balaam No.
Cures Tertiary, Mercurial Syphilitic Rheu
matlsm. Tains In the Bonn, Tains In the
Head, back of the Neck, Ulcerated Sore
Throat, Syphilitic Kash, Lumps and con.
tracted Cords, Stiffness of the Limbs, and
eradicates all disease from the system,
whether caused by indiscretion or abuse
ot Mercury, leaving the bljod pure and
healthy. Price 5 00 per Pottle.
te ltlctanu'n Golden Nvantah Anti
dote for the cure ot Oonorrhooa, Oleet,
Irritation Gravel, and all Urinary or Oenl
tal disarrangements. Price) 9'A 50 par
Battle. . r
I Rlchan'a Golden Spanish In
jection! for severe cases of Gonorrhoea,
Inflammatory Oleet. Strictures.tc. Price
1 BO per Bottle.
X Rlchuu'a Golden Ointment
lor the effrctlve heallngof Syphilitic Sores,
and eruptions. PrlreSl 00 per Box.
1 nichau's Golden I'll a Nerve
and Brain treatment; loss of physical pow.
er, execs or over.work, Prostration, etc
Price 93 00 per Box.
Tonlo ssi.d Net-Tine,
Sent everywhere, C 0. 1)., securely packed
O. F. RIcnARTIS & CO. , Aj-enta,
VI7 at banaome street. Corner Clay,
1 San Francisco, Cal.
JOCULAR MAILED FREE.
GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE
' Retiring from
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.
Cochise County Bank
Transacts a general Banking business
LIONEL M. JACOBS, Pres.
ALBERT SPBINGEIt, Cashier
Between Allen and Fremont Streets.
Bread Cake Pies.
Ton are allowed of ret Mat ofthlrtvdavtot the
rue ot Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic Belt wltn
Electric Suspensory Appliance., for the speedy
relief and permanent cure of NtrvoviDeMUii.lou
ot VUaMv and Manhood, and all kindred troubles.
Alao for many other diseases. Complete restora
tion to Health, Vigor and Manhood tmaranteedL
No rtak la incurred. Illustrated pamphlet InKOkd
jnwJojx mailed free, by addressing .
VOLTAIC BELT CO., Marshall, Mich.
No. 11 Kearny Struct, San Fran
TltKATH ALL ClIItONIC, Sl'KCIAI. AND I'ltl-
VATK DlSKABlCS WITn WONDCIIFCL
THK .Kt',V rvi;i,i8 KR1IF.IIYI
t' h icrtnln tun, for
Vervousuei8, I rottor
iocs, and nil the cll
ffectof y6uthrul follies
uul excesfei. anil in
itlukl d intoxlcatlnir
liciuorn Dr. -Mlntlc.
.Mid is a regular physl
Inn i:rK(Ulte from tho
tlimcrrlly of Pmsylva
iia, will agree toforWl
I Hi fur a cateofthi
ilnd the Vital Rerlura
tivc (under In ,. . vice iidlrestrnpuOulU
no euro. Jl JOa noili-, nrrair tltnce th-quati.
tlty $5, aenl to nuv aildrf ps on reccii,t or prlcfl or
0 f ti U. in i Ivntu i nino If ililr ', ), Dr.
Mlntle, 11 Keaay Hi , s. 1', Cal. Sunn lor lint of
question and rainiilt t
SAMPLE BOTTLE FltbE
will be sent to any one applying by letter, statin
symptom sex and ago. Strict secrecy In rccar
all business transactions.
IFHi .fir Smmi-.-iyfrW
Begins at tlxo
January 4th, 1886.
the Dry Goods Business in Tomb
a COMFOUTABLK HOUSK-PIVK EODMS
uLfarnishcd; fruit and flower eardens. Located
on Druce street, between Fifth and SIXtK For
ale at a bargain. Enquiro ut
J. V. VICKERS
THK UNDKUS1QNKD HEREBY GIVES
notice that Leo Korner, partner of late firm
ot Korner & Peterson, keeps hi. office as custom
house broker at the store of J. Qoldwater & Co ,
Fairbanks. LKO KOltNKR.
ALL PERSONS NOW OCCUPYING TOWN
lots on the urface of the Mountain Maid min
ing claim In Tombstone, and who have not here
torore obtained the mlnlne title, are hereby re
quested to call upon my attorney, Geo. G. Berry,
at his office In Tombstone, and make arrange
ments to obtain the samo If they wish to avoid
litigation. FOKDICE ROPER.
Tembstone Jan, 12. 1885.
Notice to the Public.
HAVING SOLD TI1E INTERNATIONAL
Restaurant to Messrs. Ros.i & Marcotti,
1 -Imil le.l i. bilged by all parties owing me for
board to romu forward and nettle their accountH
as I hall be.leavlng Tomhutono shortly. I also
desire to pay ill my dehts find request all persooH
to whom lam indebted to bring In their bills.
2w MRS. T. A. JONES.
IS HICKERY ClIVKM TO THK OKTIBttAr
a. public that I tuve thi day been aupointet1 '!
aent and assignee with fnll iiower to sell, collect '
riLd transfer all personal and real estate tx-lorie- J
IngtoJohuThede, of buceon Arizona. Also to I
collect all bdoks, notes, etc., of every dlectlptlor.
whatsoever. Those Indebted to said Thedo will
please coma and settle with thu undersigned.
Benson, A. T., Jan. 15, 1886. lm
Notice l hereby lcn that the undarsieireit
admin stratnr of thu mlMoof JamoK A. Mo!ltey
decttascit, will sell, at private snle, on oraftci
tho 4th da of Febrnary, 1885, to the hlhem
and best bidder fir cifh, sn undivided otvheir
In treat in thv mine bnonn s the "Whltu Talll
Din" mine, situated in tho Warren raining dl
trict, Cochl-H county, Arizona,
Byordtror tbcProhate court, madenn tHo-'tli
day nl Januarj, 1S30. ALEX J-'HEEMIW-
The soil and climate of Tombstone
are well adapted to the culture of many
kinds of fruits and flowers. Mr. William
Branchc, 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 ail
kinds of small fruit constantly on hand.fJ
Of the Territorial Normal
Tho Normal School building
located at Tempe, in Maricopa
county, is now completed, and it
is tho intention of the Board hav
ing the matter in charge, to open
the school on the tirst Monday in
February next, and continue for a
period of 1G weeks.
TERMS 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 tho ''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
fjoo tuition. No charge will be
made for tuition to those who in
tend to follow the profession of
teaching. All others must pay n
monthly tuition charge of FOUR
4. Board and lodging can be
obtained in private families for
about $20 per month.
The Board intends to fnrnish
everj' 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.
City Wood nnd Coal Yard.
Is now running aud offers for sale all
kmils of wood, in any quantity, and coal
oy the ton or tack, at moderate prices, for
cash. Satisfaction given. Wood Bawed
to order. Leave orders at ihe office,
Touizhnut and Fourth streets, at Joe
Hocfler's store, or with A.J. Brown's
I stand at Cochiso Hardware store. tf
W s.'er 1 takp my walks ,abrot
How tunny nudes I ace, 1 ' i
And when 1 turn and look atthesa ,
They oannot look at me.
Their collars lltrht curtnll their slrH
Their heads the, cannot turns
Why walk thoy thus with solemn afct '
Their mission I would learn.' I
Th days of penance saints sire not yet pasaedj.
St. Simeon Stylitei waa not the last.
Of those rood souls who felt they fulfilled beat
Their mission and their master last behest.
By self-inflicted tortures and a 11 f e j
Made gloomy by a stern, unyielding; strife ,
"Gainst merriment and outward slims of lor.
Lest aught but tho! r own mission should tktdf
thought employ. "
sTen so the Dude Is now our modern saint. i
With laddened eyes yet without complaint
Be daily walk, our street with look Intent, '
Hit soul and betatron bis mission bent.
That mission which Is ever fresh and green
While social life retain. 1U lustra and M
To show how In a land where arts do rrcw
That absolutely nothing man can know. I
Oh, luetics Dud, we pity and we mourn ,
Your hopeless state, you r misery f orlorur 4
Op, hie you to some tailor, shop and try
To, a a clothes-horse, view tho pastera-ksr. I
An Uninteresting Calculation.
There is no end to tho fanciful con
ceits which mabo framed in regard to
large sums ot money. The reoent aeatn
of W. H. Vantlerbilt. has enabled the
'J-cuxioua architects of such fancies to in
dulge in a varijoi surprising and
grotesque illustration's, rwhich Ihey have
produced for the purpose of giving to
the mind somo adequate notion of a
sum so vast as $200,000,000 in money.
The old calculation, as to how long it
would take a cannon-ball, speeding
through space at the rate of 6,000 feet a
second, to reach the sun and distant
atnra era rAOflllfW? hv tTlPftn UniailA atnte-
stars, are recalled by these unique state-
ments in regard to the height that Van-
derbilt 8 nile of monev would reach, or
the breadth of ground that It would
Dover, if it should be all heaped up or
spread out at once. It is to be re
marked that all the calculations 'of this
character relato to what Vanderbilt left
behind, not to what ho took with him.
A "lightning calculator," in the New
Vork Times, produces the following
statements for our edification:
If this sum of $200,000,000 were in
standard silver dollars it would present
such features as this:
Put lengthwise, dollar after dollar, it
would stretch a distance of 4,672 miles,
makinz a silver streak from New York
across the ocean to Liverpool.
Piled up, dollar on dollar, it would
reach a height of S55 miles,
Laid fiat on the ground, tho dollars
would cover a spaco of nearly CO acres.
The weight of this mass of silver
would be 7,160 tons.
To transport it would rcquiro 858
cars, carrying twenty tons each (this is
tho capacity of tho strongest freight
cars) and making a train just about two
and a half miles long.
On ordinary grades it would require '
twelve locomotives to haul this train.
On roads of steep grades and,sharp
curves, fifteen or twenty locomotives
would be needed.
In 81 bills this 200,000,000 fortune
would assume such shapes as this;
The bills stretched Jengthwiso would
extend 23,674 miles, or nearly the cir
cumference of tho earth at the equator.
Piled up one on another, close as
leaves in a new book, they would reach
a height of twolvo miles.
Spread out on tho ground they would
cover 746 acres, or nearly the whole sur
face of Central Park, including ponds
A safe deposit vault to contain thesa
bills would require to be 23 feet long, 22
feet wido and 20 feet high.
If we admit all this without hesita
tion or incredulity, we may then ask
what of it? Vanderbilt's wealth ap
pears of colossal proportions. Vander
bilt himself is nothing.
Great Cicsnr dead and turned to clay.
Might stop a hole to keep the wind away.
While tho mathematician of the New
York Times was working out his prob
lems as to Vanderbilt's money, the heirs
of Vanderbilt aided by the police were
engaged in the ghastly task of hiring a
guard to watch liis reiuaiDs in order to
prevent them from being stolen from
the vault in which they were inclosed,
like those of Stewart, the other hundred
millionaire, who died a few years ago.
An account is given of tho introduc
tion into England by Mme. DeLong of
her metal-cutting machinery, which has
for some time been in successful use in
France. She has now, it appears, per
fected somo ingenious machinery,
worked by steam-power, which cuts
with the utmost precision tho hardest
and softest metals in any design, so that
by it can be produced a gold fitco-pin or
a steel" castle-portcullis 'from the solid
metal, without any molding or filing.
This unique industry is diviqed into four
general branches. Tho first is the pro
duction of gates, doors, balcony-fronts,
and other architectural metal-work,
without casting plates of brass a foot
thick being thus cut into lattice-work at
a single operation: a second branch is
the making of latti e-metal work filled
in with glass, to supersede tho ordinary
leaden frames for church and other or
namental windows; the third brapch
comprises the inlaying of plush and
ebony iowel-cases, cabinets, etc., with
red ana yellow copper, steel, and other
metals; and a fourth for tho working of
picture-framc9, baskets, crests, etc, out
of the solid metal fully finished.
Tho fact that a commercial agenoy
lias been beaten in a suit to collect dam
ages for an injurious report and ordered
by a Montreal court to pay $1,000 ought
to have a wholesome cftect on concerns .
of tho sort. Mercantile agencies aro
useful institutions beyond doubt, but
thi'v blunder misorablv at times and
I ought to suffer for it when they injure
V tinainM. favtrifaiAna. fTAfrliWl TrihltnjL
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