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& r) V.e - ,- .0 ' Vor,. TJI. TOMBSTONE, AEIZONA, TIIUKSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1886. No. 149. MmmMlmt fMWl pftlil OCCIDENTAL HOTEL Tonsorial Parlors, BEN BARON Proprietor. I will Inform tlio pabllc Ibat I bno opened a first-class tbci in ncry particular. OIVB MB A CALL. LutllcV JInU' CuMiusnuilHIiainiioolng I i. niirrmiij . ?. Private entt.crintA,r or lao hotel for-Udlei. "' THE FASHION SALOON, Allen Street, between Third nmUFourUi. KeenslConsluiitlv on Hand the Olebruted MoBreyer an Tea Kettle Also tlio famous COSMOPOLITAN CIGAR ! ! Which is Mnuuiiictiirctl KeiiccluUyJlor Bio. C. S. BRADSHAW, Pronrietor. J. V. TICKERS, Fremont Street, Ileal Estate, Mines. Money and Insurance. Itcal KtatP-l)ouert. SoM null Hinted, Co loctlnns mark, Tou paid, etc. 91nr Bouglnitanfl Hold, 31omy Loins .SVgotlatod mid Imcstmcnts mao. tiiNiiiniiri V ', A idftit Mid l.llp. Having purchased tlio rolling stock and horsey J.O. Dunbir, alo uiakin. matij additional pur chases, I am now iircpaie-d to otter to the Tombstone public the FINEST TURN-OUTS i:rcr brought t lui Territory, anil on ICcnioii.ililu Tel mi. TRANSIENT and BOARDING ANIMALS t'nrofullj Cured Tor. ALLEN ST., Bet. 3d and 4th. A. T. JONES, Prop'r. e 2L:o"sr Wmef 0 410 Montff'MiHiry Street, Ban Francisco, Uamkohhia Sold and Silver Refinery and Assay Oilire. Highest Prices Paul fu iJ'iM, ,iUim t. . Lead Ores nml Sulphur, t Manufacture is ot B!ut':t, .tin lm Plpo, Sheet Lt ml, rjlior Y.u This Corapauy liiw Ihc re-i Pacil't e m i Coast for working Gold, Silver mid Lead ) m Bullion. I'UKN'flsa sCl.in. Snpt A. COHN & BIB. CIGAKS, TOBACCOS Cutlery, Stationery ane 'SMOKERS ARTICLES IMPORTED CIGAR Constanjly on Hand. .MEERSCHAUM AhD AMBh,R Glut Sole Agents tor the "SLoTt CIGAH.' A. COHEN & BRO. Cor. Allen and Fifth Sip. Smeltma l Lead Co. Alfalfa Hay. 200 tons Alfal fa hay for sale by the bale or ton. Inquire at tho Frenoh Wine House No. 609 Alien street. . 6-rft Pioneer MEAMARKET, Fourth St,Tet. Allen and Fremont. A, BAUER, Propr- tVill sell'Uio Ucici 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 office of the Tombstone Epitaph. 0. S. ABBOTT. PONY SALOON! . Allen Street. AS UNDER TUB FOltMEK MANAGE ment, tbls saloon will continue to retail nothing bnttboetriight goods, wb cb gavu the "rony".snch n well-deserved reputation. T. B Ripy's cikbratcd Anderson County, Kcntncky (four jiar-old pour-mab) Bourbon, and J. M Mhorton'i" equally celt bratcd 'lea Kettle .Rje, ol ina samerge, retailed at lJK cents. The Ponyv : The Best "Bit" Cigar to be had in the City, a Specialty. . T. A. JOKKH. Proprietor. ? Can Be Removed. LEON & CO., London, 'Perfumera to II. .M. the OjHccn, have Invented and patented tbo world renowned 013LITEBATOB, i Widen remotes Small Poi MarkB of'however long .landing. 'I he appl'cauon is simple and linrnili .k. mum a no lncnnvi nlence and contains uotnlUL' lnlurlous. Price Si.SOA SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. - Leon & Co. V "Depilatory," Remove, huperflnons Hair In a few inlnntm without pain or unpleasant aei satlon-t-hev t tu1 grow agnla. Mmple and harmless. Knll direc tions sent by mail. Prlco $1. Geo. W. Shaw, General Agent, 1 Tri'iuoiit St., HoMon, ,"lli8. 68-6m - ' ' ' ' ' i- 500 IftUuisinril 6 rCa Hrznk VCC AM f$2mks UASf HEALTH. 'DI6t I.e RtcUnn's Golden Ilalaam.No, 1' Cures Chancre., firs, and a cond stages; Sores en tho Lees and Bodj; Sore Ears, Eyes, lose, etc , Copper-colored iBiotcbes, gSyphilltlcXatirrh, diseased Scalp, and .all rtmary fo-ns of the disease known as jphllls. I'rlre, J 5 00 per Dottle, l.a Illcliau' G-'ldi'll Ilaltam No. a Cures Tcrtliry, Mercurial Syphi.ltlo Rheu matism, Pains in tho Bones, ralni In'tho Head, bick of tho Neck, Ulcerated Sore Throit, Sjphlllt'o ltash, Lumps, and con tracted Con's, Stillness of. tho Llmbs,vand eradicates all d scao from the system, whether caused by Jnd'scVction or 'abuse of Mcrcurj, lcaln tho blxid puro and healthy. Price 5 00 per Tottle. . X,) Klclinu!. Gnltlen H' anlsli Anil ilotn for tho euro of Gonorrhoea, Oleet, Irritation Gravel, and all Urinary or Geni tal disarrangements. I'rlco $i 50 per Itottlo. Lo Ulcliau,n Golilen RponlaU In jection, forstcro casesot Gonorrhcoa, lntliinimtory Gleet, Stricturcs,&c. Price ' 1 rD per Ilottle. X.o Itlchnu'g Golilen Ointment tor tho eft ctlvc healing of Syphilitic Sores, and eruptions. Price $1 DO per Ilox. Li 1'lchnu'n Golden Pll Nfro and Bra'n treatment; loss of physical pou cr, cxeesi or OTer-work, Prostration, etc. Price $3 00 per llox. T)tilo tii.rt Nervine, Sent exrjuhcrc, C. 0. 1) , securely packed per express. c. v. nicnAniis"5i co. , ACent. 427 & 4C9 bansomo street. Corner Clay. Sin Francisco, Cal. CIRCULAR MAILED FREE. M Pox Marks SSk vu tA$ - KRHB GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE 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.- . Tombstone, Ariz. Trnueacts a general Dunking business LIONEL M. JACOBS, Prcs. AL.UERT SPRINGEK, Oashici JOa.-STUMPH Proprietor " FOURTH STREET, llet Wee 11 Allen and Fremont Streets. Bread Ciike, Pies. NERVOUS DEBILITATED MEN, Ton are allowed a free trial of thMu Jayi of tho use of Dr. Dye'. Celebrated Voltafo Belt w..n ElectriO Suspensory Appliances, for the speed? relief and pormanentcme oirioftMiif.IOM of FffaKtuand Manhood, and all kindred troubles. Also for many other diseases. Complete restore. Hon to nealth. Vigor and Manhood (rnaranteed. So risk Is Incurred Illustrated pamphlet In seated snwlope mailed free br addressing .,.,. VOLTAIC BELT CO., Marehall, Mich. Dtt. AUNTIE, TIIK HPKtll Visit r. No. iJ Kearny StiVef, Sun Fran cisco, Cal. IllLAlSAI.I. ClIUOMC,,Sri:ciAI, AND I'lll V.TKDl8rJ48l.'j WJTJI WONDIUtl DT, , success. rill', JIK'r. ,i;i,imi KKUK1IY! Xjuit certain cun- for Nervousness, rrostator i ca, and all tho ell ITects ol youthful folliis i l excesbcs. and in ,1iliiMi! intoxicating Honor Ir. Mlntli, liu Is a icular physl an fridunte from the unerslty of Pens) 1 a la, will agree to forfeit i 'U for n casoof.tbis .ludtho YU) HettJra- t m tunuer 11 , vice nil ticatmcnt) will no enro giwsuau", iriojr nines inxa,iian tity $5. srl to am arlWsotiroeeij t of prlcrfor 0. i l) . in p tu to unio If (leslnd, b. Dr. Mlntle, II lv"irnvS' F, Cal, Send lor list "f rmcjtionsuiid.i'amplct SAMPLE BOTTLE PUKE will bo sent to any onoapplWushy loitor, statin sjmplom ecxaud age. Strict .ocrecy in regar all biislnt4 transactions. NEW COGblSu County Me mm MUM i Mifc-Wm HBigSt?SisTiviw Begins sl tlio COHEN Y1R K FXFOT'ZI STUESEST1. For Sale. A COMFOUTllLC HOUSE -IMVEUODMS txfurnished; fruit and How eraardtins. Located on Bruce street, bctwe, n Fifth and Sixth. For ttlu a. u bargain. Knqnlre uf J.V.VICKERS NOTICE. THE UNDERSIGNED 1IEUEBY GIVEb notice that Leo Korncr, partner of late firm of Korncr & Peterson, keens bi oiUco as custom house broker at tbo etoio of J. Gnldwater & Co , Fairbanks. LEO KOUNER. 140 lm Notice. ALL PERSONS NOW OCCUPYING TOWN lot. on tbo urfaceof the Mountain Maid mln in laim in Tomb'tonc, and who have m t here 'ofore obtained tbo mining title, are hereby re quested to call upon my attoroev, Geo. Q Berry, athisolllce in Tombstone, and make arranzi ments to obtain the same If they wish to avoid litigation. FORDICE ROPER. 'Icmbrtono dap. 12.1885. Notice to the Public. HAVING bOLD THE INTERNATIONAL Itesta iraut to Messrs. Rossi & Marcotti, 1 null feel obliged by all parties owlnt; me for 1 ml to come forward and i-ottle their accounts as I -liull be luilng Tombstone shortly. I also (U sire to pay - mj d bts und n qact all person to whom lam indebt:d to bring In their bills. Iw .MRS. T. A. JONES. NOTICE. IS HEREBY G1VEV TO THE (1ENKUU i. public that I into this day been anpolntcd hi;, nt and aei);iieo with full power to sell, co.lcct ULd transfer all pergonal and real estate belong in" to John Tbedo, of Benson Arizona. Also to CJllect all buoks, notes, e c , of every dlscilptlon whatsoeor, Thoso indebted to said Tnede will please come and settle with the undersigned. H. MYERS. Benson, A, T., Jan. 15, 1880. lm Administrator's Notice. Notice is hereli) glcn that tho undersigned, admin .trilor of the ei-tateof Jamoa A. Molley, diceeaseil, will sell, at prl no sile, on or after the 4ih du of Febiuir), IS), to tbo highest and best bidder fir c"h, i.u undivided one half In irmi in tl umlno known as tho ""White Tall I eir" mine, situated tn theWnrren mining dis triet. Cue hl'o county, Arizona, By orderof thcl'inhate court, madennthe th da ol January, 183j ALEX FI1KEM N. Administrator Tlie 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 I kinds of small fruit constantly on hand.f STORE P 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. AH applicants .must be not less than 10 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. J). Each member of the Legis lature is authorized to nominate ono pupil who shall bo entitled to fieo tuition, No charge will bo made for tuition to those who in t nd to follow the profession of teaching. All others must pay u monthly tuition charge of FOUR DOLLARS. 4. Board and lodging can bo obtained in private families for about 20 per month. The Board intends to fnrnish every facility to thoso who attend, for obtaining a thorough educa tion. For further particulars address 0. T. Ilayden or H. B. Farmer, Tempo, Arizona Territory. Joseph Campbem. Secretary, City Wood and Coal Yard. Is now running and offirs for sale all kinds of wood, in any quantity, and coal oy the ton or sack, at moderate prices, for cash. Satisfaction given. Wood sawed to order. Leave orders at the office, Touu'hnut and Fourth streets, nt Joe Boeder's store, or with A.J, Brown's stand al Cochise Hardware store. tf An'Unlntcrestlng Calculation. There is no end to the fanciful con ceits which may bo framed in regard to lnreo sums of money. Tho recent death of VV. II. Vundcrbilt has enabled the curious architects of such fancies to in dulge in a variety of surprising aad grotesque illustrations, which they hare' produced for the purpose of giving to tho mind some adequate notion of ft sura so vast ns $200,000,000 in mosey. Tho old calculation, as to how lonr it would tako a cannon-ball, speediag through space at tho rate of 6,000 feet s second, to reach tho sun and distent stars, are recalled by theso unique state ments in regard to the height that Van derbilt's pile of money would reach, or the breadth of ground that it wold cover, if it should bo all heaped up or ipread out at once. It is to be re tsarked that all the calculations of this k jharacter relate to what Vanderbilt leit behind, not to what he took with him. A "lightning calculator," in tho New Jfork Times, produces tho following -statements for our edification: v If this sum of $200,000,000 were in standard silver dollars it would present mch features as this: Put lengthwise, dollar after dollar, it would stretch a distance of 4,072 miles, making a silver streak from New York across the ocean to Liverpool. Piled up, dollar on dollar, it would reach a height of 855 miles, Laid flat on the ground, tho dollars would cover a space of nearly 60 acres. The weight of this mass of silver would be 7,160 tons. To transport it would require S53 cars, carrying twenty tons each (this is the capacity of .the strongest freight cars) and making's 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 locomotrres would bo needed. In $1 bills this $200,000,000 fortune would assumo such shapes as this: The bills stretched lengthwise would extend 23,674 miles, or nearly the clr enmferenco of the earth at the equator. Piled up ono on another, close as leaves in a now book, they would reach a height of twelvo miles. Spread out on the ground they would cover 746 acres, or nearly the whole sur face of Central Park, including ponds Land reservoirs. A safe deposit vault to contain these bills would require to bo 23 feet long. 23 feet wide and 20 feet high. If we admit all this without hesita tion or incredulity, wo may then ask what of it? Vanderbilt's wealth ap- Eears of colossal proportions. Vander ilt himself is nothing. Great Cfi'Par dead one, turned to clay. NJHIKUl BLUp U UU1U UJ KCep IUO W1UU BirSI. H'f..ln .1... m.llinmnllnt.M rt .1.a .Jin York Times was working out his prob lems as to Vanderbilt's money, tho heirs of Vanderbilt aided by tho police were engaged in tho ghastly task of hiring a guard to watch his remains in order to prevent them from being stolen from tho vault in which they were inclosed, like those of Stewart, the other hundred millionaire, who died a few years ago. . Metal-Cutting machinery. An account 1 given of the introduc tion into England by Mnie. DeLong of her metal-cutting machinery, which nas for some time been in successful use in France. She has now, it appears, per fected some ingenious machinery, worked by steam-power, which cuts with tho utmost precision tho hardest and softest metals in any design, so that by it can bo produced a gold lace-pin or a steel castle-portcullis from the solid metal, without any molding or filing. This unique industry is divided into four fencral branches. The first Is the pro uction 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 tho making of latti e-metal work filled in with glass, to supersede tho ordinary leaden frames for church and other or namental windows; tho third branch comprises the inlaying of plush and ebony jewel-cases, cabinets, etc., with red and yollow copper, steel, and other metals; and a fourth for tho working of picture-frames, baskets, crests, etc, out of the solid metal fully finished. Clio Tremendous Task, of Do Lessep. Whatever they may say, all that they tiro doing at Panama looks to tho con struction of a canal that must have 134 feet of lockage, and will then cost (200,000,000, in addition to tho $100, 000,000 called in on stock or obtained on bonds. About $20,000,000 has gone to tho founders and sub-founders; about as much more for the purchaso of th Panama railroad, and 10 per cent in advertising and extra fees to bankers; and as much more to contractors as a bonus. I heard it from an engineer conversant with the work, that every cubic motor of hard ground excavated costs $2.50, which is fivo times what it should cost oven there. But tho diffi culty, even for a lock canal is to get rid of tho excavated material. An enor mous amount of excavation will bo re quired to get proper slopes in the Oele bra out. This is almost wholly in earth, and tho summit level of tho rail road is a mero "hog's back" that is to say, it has very steop grades on both sides. Tho cut was made only twenty five feet deep, because of the tendency of tho earth to slide. In fact a train was caught in this gap by a slido, and . it required days to dig it out. The earth had to be carried off in buckets and it was like putty. If tho canal has n lockago of 125 feet then tho deep cut will be at least 200 feet. So you see what a cut in width it must be, and what the land slides will be in aftac rears .