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TOMBSTONE, AKIZONA. FEIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, 1886, ,
jTo. 150.
ffttipl
Putin
P01t
OCCIDENTAL 1I0TJSL
Tonsorial Parlors,
BEN BARON
Proprietor.
I will lnlorm tha j ubllc that I have opened a
first-class iliuu in tury particular.
Giya ME A CALL.
LaiUcx Ilnlr CiitlliicauilMliniiiliooinj:
A Nipclalt3'.
Private entrance In rear of too hrtel for ladle.
THE FASHION SALOON,
Allen Street, between Third
and .Fourth.
KeepslConstuntlv on Hand the
Celebrated
BIoBreyev an
Tea Kettle
"X7V lxi3sLe37-
, . Also tho famous
COSMOPOLITAN CIGAR ! !
"Which iH Slaniiliiuttircd
Especially lor Mu.
C. S JRADSHAW, ProDrietor.
J. V. YICKSES,
Fremont Street,
Real Estate, Mines, Money and
Insurance. .
Kent Kfifatc BoucM. Soldnid Hentcd, Col
tactions made, Tuxm paid, etc
."IHi'eH llou(;hut unit Hii (1,
Slont-y Loans iieRollated and Investment?
uiao. .
IiiHurnneo-Klro, Accident and l.llc.
xotaiiy rimuc.
Having purchased tho rolling stock ami horses
J . O. Duutnr, also. uiaUiu many a Idltional pur
chases, I a .ii now npaicd to offer to tno Tombstone
public tha
FINEST TURN-OUTS
Kter brought I" Hie Trrrllorj, unci
oil llrasniiulilu lernix.
TRANSIENT and BOARDING ANIMALS
.' C'aremily Carctl I'or.
ALLEN ST., Bet. 3d and 4th.
A. T. JONES, Prop'r. ..
Siilil & Lead Co,
410 Montgomery Street,
8an Francisco.
GAi.irmtai.
Sold and Silver Ketincry ;i mi
Assay Oftrire.
Highest Prices Paid for Uo'.l, -i
' Leail Ores ami Sulpbtut
Manufacturers of Uli:t": -, . u
Pipe, Sheet Lend, rilint, Iv-
This Company has tho lUwl tai-illt i
Coast for working
Gold, Silver mid Lcuil Or- i
Bullion. tMlEN'OISS SKLlt M'Pt
a. cohn & mi
CIGAES, TOBACCOS
Cutlery, Stationery aw
SMOKERS' ARTICLE'S
IMPORTED CIG'K
Constantly on Hand.
MEERSCHAUM AND AMBI'.K uMu-
Y.
Sole Agents lor the "SLoTi, ClGAh.'
A. COHEN &.BRO.
Cor. Allen and Fifth Sts.
s-
Alfalfa Hay.
300 tons Alfal
fa hay for sale by
the bale or ton.
Inquire at the Fronoh Wino House
No. 009 Allen street. 6-m
iFioneer
MEAT MARKET,
Fourth St, bet. Allen and Fremont.
A, BAUER, Propr
Will sell tho CI tint Lot of
BEEF, MUTTON AND PORK
At Living: Prices.
For Sale.
Work and Saddle Horses for
sale in quantities to suit puiv
.lasers at ABBOTTS' Ranch,
Sulphur Spring Valley. For
particulars apply at the office
of the Tombstone Epitaph.
C. S. ABBOTT.
PONY SALOON!
Allen Street.
AS UNOEIt TI1B FORMKK MANAQK
men), this snloon will continue to retal'
nothing but tho sir-lent Ri'ids, n ch srave th
" onv" such a well-deserved repntatlon. T. B
ll'py'f celebrated Anderson County, Kentucky
four year-Htld .onr.ma.h) Bourbon, and J. Id
itherton' equally col-brted Tea Kettle.Kye, 01
'Do same age, retailed at ViYt cents.
The Pony,
The Best "Bit" Cigar to be had
in tho City, a Specialty.
T. A. .JOMKM. "Toprlotor.
Small Pox Ms
Can Be Removed.
LEON & CO.,
London, T-irlumers to H..M. the Qieen, bare
iLYintcd and putenlid the world reuowntd
OBHTERATOIt,
Whlcn removes 8mll Pox Marks of howcTer
lone tandlnx. Ihu appl'cawon is simple and
harmless taima nu Inconvenience and contains
uotnlujj lnjuilcus. I'rlcu 8-'.t0
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR.
Leon &, Co.'s ' Depilatory,"
Removes Sup rflnons Hair In a few minutes
wlth'Utt piiu or uuplcasait sei satlcn rtv r ti
grow ipk simple and harmless. Full direc
tions icut by mall. Prico $1.
Geo. W. Sliaw, General Agent,
!il Trrmnnt HI., itoMtou, Jla.
&S-m
500
fe
nN
KhBI
rOASe
HEALTH.
Lo Ulclnn's Golden Balsam No. 1
Circs Chancres, fln'. and s cond a'.ajes;
Borrsin tho Lees and Byj Sore Ea-s,
Kjc, Nose, etc., Copper-c lor d Blotches,
Synlil'.I.lo t at rih, I'lseased Scalp, and all
grlmary (o-ns ot the dlscaso known as
jphllls. Prt-, '5 0(1 pr DoMlr.
l,o Kldinit'jQ ldi-n Baliam No.8
Cures Tcrtliry. Mcreurla'Syphl.ltlo Bheu.
matlem, 1'alni in tho Bones, Palm In the
Head, back cf tlio Neck, Ulcerated Sore
Thror.t, Syph'.lit'c llah, Lumps and con
tracted Con's, Stiffness ot the Limbs, and
crullcitci tTI d sca'e from the system,
w hosier cau. cd by Ind'scrct'nn or abuse
cf Mo-cury, l:arln; tho blwd. pure and
hcalthv. 1' Irti 5 1.0 por 1 oltlo.
lii l.lchnu'. H"lilen " anlsllAiil
toti fcr t' o cure cf Gono-rhcoa, Olcet,
Irr.tatl'nG'arcl, ani all Urlna'y or Ocnl.
til disarrangements. Price 9 50 per
llottlr.
I.o Itlchau' i Golilen NpnlaH In
Jnctl n. f rsn'oro casAsof Gonorrheas,
Inflatnm-to y Gleet. Strlctuns.tc. Price
81 r. por Bottle.
Lo niclixii'n Oolden O'ntment
for t .o ell ct vo healing cf Syphilitic Sres,
and eruntloni. PrlroSl Co p-r Box.
Lo t Iclinn'a Goldn:i Pll Kme
and Era'n treatment; loss o( physl-al pow.
cr, c-:.csi cr oicr-wor't, I'rostratlon, etc
Prlco S3 00 per Box.
T.i ii to i.il I.'ervlno,
Sent oerynhcrc, 0. 0. 1)., tecurely packed
per express.
C. V. KIClIAU'ir& CO. , AKsnts,
. 427 ii iJ) bansomo street, turner Clay,
Sin Francisco, Cal.
CIRCULAH JU1LED FRKlt'
?Vi
adk-3f
gM
7?vftb K ( Br
"iseaIc.
GREAT GL0SIN6 OUT SALE
Mflriflay,
Retiring from the Dry Goods Business in Tomb
stone, the entire stock, which is complete in every
department, will be
SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE
V
Away below cost. This is no humbug, but a bona fide
sale, as our prices will. show.
NEW YORK
F'XF"T''S3: S3T
Mm
Com?
Bait
Tombstone. Ariz.
Transacts a general Banking buaiuess
LIONEL M. JACOBS,' Pres.
ALUERT SPIUNGEK, Cashier
JOS. STU1VIPH '
.. Proprietor
FOURTH STREET,
Between Allen oud Fremont HtrcctN.
Bread Cake, ' Pies.
imppM
DEBILITATED MEN.
Ton are allowed afrt trial ofTiry days of the
use of Or. Dyo's Celebrated Voltafo Belt wltb
Electrlo Suspensory Appliances, for the rpeedy
relief and permanent euie of ArrrouaD, bilttv, loss
of TUaMy and Manhood, and nil kindred troubles.
Also. for many other diseases. Complete restora
tion to Health. Visor and Manhood guaranteed.
Vo risk is Incurred. Illustrated pamphlet lnseaJed
mvtiope mailed free. hvnddresMnK
TfOITAlO BELT CO., Marshall, Mich.
DK. 31 IN TIE,
TIIK SPKClAlilHI'. (
Xo. 11 Koarny Strct, San Fran
cisco, Cftl.
TltKATS AM. ClIHOXIC, SfKCIAL AND Plll-
vatk I)isfc8i: wnii WoNDKitpnr.
l bUCCE88.
VIIM 3irri v;i,iwil itRHKHY!
I u icrtulu curu for
VnpuneKB, I'roslalor
i'n. and nil tbo cll
ffecteol yonihful follies
tul iixce!te, and in
I IliUt : intoxicating
Inuore Dr. .Mliitlr,
vho Is a regular phyil
nu j:rnduato from tho
nncrKlty of Pensyl'n
i x, will opreo to fnr' It
u nir a caeooi miH
uidthe Vital He.ora.
lU'lund- n r icu ud lreatraciit)ll
nn euro. SlSOBboU'.1, firfonr limes th-quantity
$5. sent In nni eddnsson recit t of prlct"t
C. U, m p lvntc iuiiio II tle-irul, by Or.
Mintle, II IC'-irnv Si . . r Cal. Send Tor list -f
questions and nimnler
SAMPLE UOTTLK FltKE
will he sen', to uy nneoppltl-Bhy le'ter, sUtln
ejm i om .stxandaite. Strict secrecy in retar
all lJln transactions.
AIM
BAKERY
ggpsil
rKSyjgntMShH
Begins sut tlio
ON
' Januarr ih " 1886,
For Sale.
A rOM'OUTAHLB HOUtfB -P'VE
JLfnrniehed: fruit audtl mt-r wardens
on Bruce ireet, lictwH n ViftU and Six
ale a. a bareatn. Knoulruof
J. V. VICK
NOTICE.
THE UNDEUSONhD HEREBY
niitle.), that l.u i K rncr. imrtLer of
ol Knrncr & Peterson. k&nhl oflco as cn"nra
boiuo bn kef at tho sture ol J. Ooldtvater A Co .
Fairbanks. LaO KouNtCK.
140 lm
Notice.
ALL PERSONS NOV OCCUPYING TOWN
lots on tho nrfaceoftho Mountain Maid mm
tngelaim In Tomb" tone, jnd Mhuhave n t here
ofore obtained lbiiinlulng title, aro hereby re
quested to call upon my attorney, Geo. d Berrv,
at hlsolllce In Tomb-tune, and mako rraii&i
ments toobtalnthu samo If they wlsn tn avoid
HtiRatlon. POHDICE ROPElt.
'lemltono Jan. 12, lbS5.
Notice to the Public.
HAVING SOLU THE INTERNATIONAL
Hejtunrant to Mesrs. Roscl A .Mnrrotti,
1 nail lu I vbllfi'd by all parties oltig loc fa
boird to eomo rurwnrJ and fettle tlielr acconnU
a I fhall be leavlni; Tomnions shortly I aljo
declre In pjy ull my d-bts .lnd rt-qne-t ait p-rfon
toulioin 1 am indebted to lirlnir In th'tr bill'.
Sf MRS. T. A. JONES.
NOTICE.
lb 11KRE11Y (JIVEV TO THE GENEIUf
. public Ihst I hue 11114 dav biin appointed
iiont and astnee with full power to fell, co lect
ai d trannfer ad per-oual awlreil estate In-loi jt
i:i? to.lohn Thecc, rf bit 'on Aflnua. AUo to
collect all bookn, nite ec, ofev.-rv d'sc lptl"i'
wbitpoevtr. ThOMi lnde"ted to said Ti.ede will
please come and euttle with tho undirsivuel,
11. MYERS.
Benson, A. T., Jan. 15, 18SG. lm
AiIiniiiistratniH Notice.
NntlC" Ii herebvylu'n ihai tin- unders'ijncd
admin mrator of ihu e-ta'pof J itae A. Jl ll"y,
il.cteiseil, will eell, itl privule h e, ou or Bite
the lih dn of t'ob'Utrv, lHoti. in tho liiphe
and best bidder fr -h. Ml t'ndlvided on" hip
In vrrs In tr umlne Biiovtii ni tho "White Tn I
tk-ir" mine, situated m ih"Wrrcn mluln.' dli
tntt, Unchl- county. Ar'ziv a,
lly order of the Puilitiio e.mrt. nindennthe th
da o! Jmmarj. IKSit. ILEX iniKEMtN.
Admlmstratoi
The 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 Fulion
street, near Second, has jtiit 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 hand.t
hIHHMPV
jflSk 9HH PVft ir HH
m Hf r
nmm m m
ing the matter in charge, to open
the school on the first Monday in
February next, and continue for a
period of 1G weeks.
TERMS OF ADMISSION.
1. All applicants must be' not'
less than 16 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.
'$. 32ach member of tho Legis
lature is authorized to nominate
one pupil who shall bo entitled to
fi-ie tuition. No charge will be
made for tuition to tlio'sc who in
t nd to follow the profession of
teaching. All others must pay it
monthly tuition charge of four
DOLLARS.
4. Board and lodging can' be
obtained in private families for
about 820 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. Hu'yden or H. B. Fanner,
Tempe, Arizona Territory,
Joseph Campbell,
Secretary.
.City Wood nnd Conl Viinl.
Is now running und II- .s for sale all
kinds of wooil, in tiny quantity, andcnnl
iiy the ton or s.ick, at moderate prices, for
cash. Silisfuctioii given. Wood sawed
to order. Leave orders at (lie offlce,
Tuiiiilinut and Fourth street", at Joe
fltietler's store, or with A. -J. 'Brown's
stand til Cochlso Hardware store. tf "
An UninlorivSttns Calculation.
Thoro i no i nl iu. Jho fanciful 'con
ceits which ruaj lie frnmoil in rejrard to""
larirc fin oi money. The rcc 'tit 'leaih'J
of W. II. V.nukibiit has enabled the
curious architects ot eh fancies lo in-j
dulse in n variety, of sunn-jsing ami ,
grotesque illustrations, whicu-tlicy. have
produced for tho purpose of giving to
tho mind some adequate, notion, of a
5uni eo vast as 8200,000,000 in, money.-.
The old catcnlatiou, as to, how. long it'
would tak-o Tt cannou-ball, speeding
through spaeo at tho rate, of O'.OOJ'feut a'
second, to reach the, sun and dihtamV
jtars, aro recalled by Iheso unique state
ments in regard to tho height that Van-
derbilt's pile of money would reach, or
Ihe breadth of ground that it would
'cover,- if it should bo all Reaped up or
spread out at once. It is to bo n
marked that all tho c.leuat;ipm' if (hi
jharactcr rel.vto to wfutt Vanderbilt left
holiinil. not lo wlinl lm took With him.
. A' "lightning icalcu!titbr,ln-tli(JiNevr -
xorK Times, prouueca tnu iw.uowiug
statements for our edification:
If this sum of 8200.000,000 were in
standard silver dollars it would present
such features as"tliis: .
Put lengthwise, dollar after dollar, it
would stretch a distance of 4.G72 miles,
milking a silver streak from Now York
across the'ee'ean to Liverpool.
Piled up, dollar on . dollar, it would
reach, a height of 855 miles, '
Laid Hat on tho ground, the dollars
would cover a space of neai ly GO acres.
Tho weight of this mass of silver
would bo 7,100 tons.
To u-ansport it would require 358
care, carrying twenty toils each (this is
tho capacity of ,tho strongest freight
cars) and making a train just about two
and a half miles long.
On ordinary jrrades it would require
twelve locomotives to haul this train.
On roads of steep grades and sharp '
curves, littcen or twenty locomotives
would bo needed.
In SI bills this 200,000,000 fortune
would nssnme-Mich shapes as this:
The bills stretched lengthwise would
extend 23,074 miles, or nearly tho ctr
ctinifcrenej of tho" earth at tho collator.
Piled up one on another, close as
leaves in a new book, they wOuld reich
a height of twe'vo miles.
Spread out on tho ground they would
cover 746 acres, or nearly the whole sur
face' of Central Park, including ponds
and reservoirs.
A safe deposit vault. to contain these
bills would rt quire to bo 23 feet long, 22
feet' wide and 20 feet high. '
If we admit all this without hesita
tion or incredulity, wo may then ask
what of it? VsinilcibJlt's wealth ap-
ears of colossal proportions. Vander-
llt himself is noiliin?. '
Gre'itCieirilendnnd turned to clny. A
Mlaht ttop n bole to K cp tlio lnd tinny.
While Ihe mathematician of tho Now
York Times' was working out his prob
lems as to Vanderbilt't. money, tho heirs
of Vanderbilt aided by tho pol.ee were
cngagdd iti Ihe ghastly tak of hiring a'
guard to watch his remains in order to
prevent them from being stolon from
tho vault in which they wore Inclosed.
ike those ol istcw.-ut, tlio otner lmmava
iilliohaire,cwh6(Utwifalew-yejibMi)-
wo- nu i.gtcn -'A-
irotaI.CuttinK.,?raclijtic:,!,.
-An account is 'givpti tif) tho introduc
tion into England by?Mmc(, ,D Long of
her metal-cutting niaehin ry, which has
for somo time boL-n in successful uso in
France. Sho has now, it appear?, per
fected some ingenious michinery,
worked, by steam-power, 'which cuts
with the utmost precision tho hardest
and softest mttals in any design.'so that
by it can be produced a gold lace-pin or
a steel castle-portcullis from the solid
metal, without any molding or filing.
This unique industry is divined into four
general branches. Tho lirt i3 the pro
duction of gates, doors balcony-fronts,
anil other architectural metal-work,
without casting plates of brass a foot
thick being thus cut into lattice-work 'at
a singlo operation; a second branch is
tho making of latji e-metal work filled
in with glass, to 'supersede the ordinary
leaden frames for church and other or
namental windows; the third branch
comprises tho inlaying of plush and
obony jewel-cases, cibincts, etc., with
red and yellow copper, steel, and other
metals; and a fourih for ihe workjng of x
picture-frames, baskets, crest5, etc., out
of tho solid nieial fully linUhed.
tlio TronieiiUuus l'&tb. of 1 Lc-isew.
Whatever thoyluay sayk ail mat thoy
ate doing at Panama" looics to ihu con
struction of a canal that must have 124
feet ot loek.-tge, and wi.l then cost
$2)0.0J0. 000, ai addition to tho'$100.
OUO.tOJ called in on slo-k or outained
on bonds. About $20,000 000 has iroue
tb-thejoundersanil miu-iouii icrs; about
as mticn more for the purchase of tno
Panama railroad, and 10 per cent.s in
advertiaing and extra lees lo bankers;
and as much more to contractors as a
bonus. 1 heard it lroni an cngTifcr
conversant with tho work, that every
cubic mn: r of hard giouud excavated
cosis 2 50, whieh.is'live litin s wnat it
should eo.tev.-u thure. Hut Use dilli
culiy, even for a lbck canal is 'to. get
rid of tlio exc.ivated niaieri-1. An enor
mous amount oi exeat anon will bo re
quired to get p oper s upes in tho Ceic
i)Ki cut. T. U U a. most wholly in
cifrth, and tno stimm t level of tho rail
road is a mero "nog's back" tha't is
to say, it has.vory stco,) grades on both
sides. The cut was made on. v twenty
Ave feet doop, because ot tho t -p Ljov
of the earth to slide, lu laet tt train
was eau:hl in th.s gap by a slide, and
it required dais 10 dig it out. 'Tho
earm h.ul to be carrietl oil' in ouekeis
and it was ke ptit.J'. If tho cntitri has
a lockage of 125'leol llrcn too tieup cut
will bo tit .can 2J0 iwu S.) yoiu seo
what a cut in width it must be; ami
what tho'laud-slides iviil bo m idler
years '
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