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DAILY EPITAPH: TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 13, 1887.
G. W. SWAIN, Attornay-at-Law and Notary Public OtUcrt 113 FourtU street. ALLEN R. ENGLISH, Attorney and Oounsolor at Law, S. ana Ulilrlct C'surt ComiulMlsner. OIHre t'ounty Court Home PKANK O. KAICLK, Assay & Metallurgical Laboratory OiIlco: 31 Fremont Street, Opposite City Hall. OHaRLES GRANVILLE JOHNSTON, Attorney and Counselor at Law. City of Tombstone, Fremont Street, bet. Fourth and Fifth. Next door to J. V. Vickers. H.C.HOWE, .. TOIIIIHTOVE 1RUOXA. toil Ststes Bennlr Mineral Hnrreyor. Attention given to cr of mines for non esld'nt owners and corporations. (Member American Institute of Mining En.nneers). The best of reference given. DR. W. K. PERKINS, 33 33 3ST T I JS "T , the office of Dr. John Sullivan, corner of Seventh and Allen Streets. Tine opsrations parforraad on the natural teeth a Speoialty. BANK -OF- TOMBSTONE. CAPITALS 100,000. TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA: GEORGE BERROTT GEO. H. CARREI. -R. V. WOOD - . . President. Vice-Presidcnt. . . Cashier, WILL TRANSACT A GENERAL NX1M2 BU31NIS3, EXCrnNSS, RECEIVE DE POSITS COLLECTIONS, ETC. M. JACOBS, President. A. E. JACOBS. Cashier. a TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA. Transacts .1 General Banking, Exchange and Collection Business. Especial attention given to all Business of Cor respondents and their interests carefully served Prompt attention guaranteed to all business entrusted to our care. Foreign and Domestic Enchange Bought and Sold. Papp Gasl Store 321 Fremont St.. Tombstone. 8' lAetiE ana CANOV aHOOilKIKS.Cholcoi atUol tsoatacKy aia;y, aun"i "' mut eonsuatlr oa haad and sold at lowoe prices. fT A lull lino of Assayers' Supplies constantlj on hand. HMtVVtCtt VOrtTlW Pronrlfitnr. 0 K CORRAL lit en 4 'PKAHSIKMT STOOK VELh OAKUD l?Ul 1 Hood variety ot Bugeles, Carriages ana Wagons, with loams to match. Bleven-paBeeneei Bxenralon coach, ault&blo for picnics or othor pirtlo-. Urdors ent by mall or telegraph tot oatftts will ha promptly attended to. ffnin t1intsrnmry lrnnrtrtnr THE SELBY SMELTING AND LEAD 00. 0FFIUE lis Montgomery Street, San Franclico, California. liClTlt OF HOHUS Valtejo Jnae tlon, California, ARE PREPARED TO WORK Gold, Silver and lead CJres And Concentrations-- Olt'IHB'lIOST'H.tA S O N A BX.ETSRtS A. GOHN & BRO. CIGARS, TOBACCOS Cutlery, Stationery and SMOKERS ARTICLES. MPORTED CIGARS Constantly on Han. . MEERSCHAUM AND AMBER GOOD ftlo Agents for the "SL0TE CIGAR.' A. COHEN & BRO. Cor. Allrn axd Fifth Sts. Cote Com m Feed stride G. NAR0IN1 & CO., Corner flth and Allen Streets Old French Stand. Deilcrs in all Kinds of u Pouted a rn j 3Z3tO The Best Quality of WINES & LIQUORS fco-Constantly on Hand" Best of treatment accorded to Customcif "JflEZJZl Cor. Fifth and Fremont Sts., The best spppointed and most cemplele Lodging House in the City. ROOMS LARGE, CLEAN AND AIRY. Prices Reasonable. MRS. VM. McFARLAND, Proprietor. THE TRASK HOUSE BENSON, A. T. The best Lodging House in the town. NEAT AND CLEAN. 35.00:iVES LARGE AND AIRY STRICT ATTENTION Given to Guests. SaniUdro 3treet- Bcr.son, Ariiona.- MRS. L. S. TnASK, PROPRIETOn. 3mc i :rcr E3 jel s 7 BOARDING HOD ALLEN ST..ABOVE SEVENTH. TERMS: $6 per week in advance, or $6.50 when not paid in advance. Particular Attention Given to Miners' Buckets. ALL MEALS PREPARED WITH CARE UNDER MY SUPERVISION A fair portion of the public patronage solicited. MRS. LINSTRUtVI, Proprietor. Pony Saloon, ALLEN STREET. HENRY CAMPBELL, Prop. CHOICE BRANDS OF Liquors and Cigars. St. Leuis Lager Beer, English Ale and Porter on draught. BT J1UGD DIllXKS A Sl'ECt.lLTV. -&i. $1.00 FOR 25c. To any one who will send us ajc and act as our agent we will send the following goods, that could not be bought elsewhere (or less than $1.00: 1 Dozen Sheets of Superfine Commercial Paper, 1 Doien Envelopes to match, 2 I'xtra fine Ladies' Steel Pens, 1 Gents' Colden Pen, 1 18k ROLLED GOLD RING, worth more than we charge for the packige; 1 Dixon Lead Pen cil, 1 Fabcr's Pencd Rubber, all first-class goods, 1 Sheet of Blotting Paper, 1 Rolled Gold Mated Collar Button, 1 Set of Rolled Gold Cuff But tons. We have stated that the goods bought separately could not be bought for less than $1.00, but to secure new agents we will sell them put up in a package for 25c. ACME MFQ, CU. Essex, Conn. Dissolution Notice. Know all men by these presents, that the partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned is hereby dissolved by mutual con sent. F.'A. Abbott, W. U. Peck. Dated Teiabetonr, A. T., March 14, 1887. CHEESE SAME SAN JOSE HOUSE, CUBES ALL HUMORS, from a common Blotch, or KrupJIoi:, to tho worst Scrofuln. Snlt-rliciiin, "Fover-Kores," hculy or Jioiifrli Mcin, in short, all diseases caused by bad blood ur conquered by this powerful, purlfylnK, and invigorating medicine. Great bating VI- cors rapidly ccai unucr its ucnign miiuci Especially has it manifested its potency curing Tetter, Iloso ItuMi. St oil"., t'i com rapioiy ncai unuer 119 uutugu imimuv Incii. IIii-Joint Ulxrugo, AVliItO SvlliiiB, Oollre, or TJilek Nock, and Enlarged GlnudH. Bend ten ccnta in Btamps for a largo trcutke, with col ored plates, on Skin Diseases, or tho emtio amount forntrcntlse on ScrofiiloiiaAirortlona. "T11V. BLOOD IS THE I.ir. Thoroughly clennso it by using Jr. aMcrco's ;oIlen JUodlcnl Discovery, and ttnaa. digestion, a fair sllin, buoyant spir its, vltul ntroiiKtb,und nouiiducbs ol constitutions will bo established. 9 which is Scrofulons Itlscnpo of tlto JjUIirs, is promptly and ficrtiiinly arrested and cured by this God-plvon remedy, if taken before tho laststngcsof tho dlscaso nro readied. From its wonderful power over this teiribly fatal dlscaso, when first offering this now cel ebrated remedy to tho public. Dp. Pierce thought seriously of calling it his ' Con sumption Cure." but abandoned that unuie nr t llultw! lira mud'' 'no which, Iron- iu. WJtitlarful coroblnntion of tonic, or strengthen luff, alterative, or blobd-clcansing, nnti-bllious, pectoral, and nutritl vo properties, is uncqualed, not only as a remedy for consumption of tho lungs, but for all CHRONIC DISEASES or TUB Liver, Blood, andLun 'I J debilitated, hare sallow color of skin, or yellowish-brown spots on faco or body, frequent headache or dizzi ness, bad tasto In mouth, internal hent or chills, alternating with hot flashes, low spirits ami gloomy borcbodings, irregular appetite, and coated tongue, you aro Buffering from Indl gestlon. Dyspepsia, and Torpid I.lvcr, or "Hlliousncss." In many enses only part of theso symptoms nro c.xpcrlc need. As a remedy for all such cases. Dr. J'lorce'a Uoldcu medical Discovery has no equal. For' for TVoak Lungs, Splttlntrof Blood, Hiiortnoss 01 ureain, iirouriiiuj, Nnvnro Couelis. Consumption, and kludred affections, it is a sovereign remedy. Send ten cents in stamps for l)r. Pierce's book on Consumption. Sold, by Druggists. PRICE $1.00, ntt n ir:ftTTr.TCs jpoa $5.00. World's Dispensary Kfldical Association Proprietors, 663 fc' - St., Buitaxo, N. Y, ?cj KITTLE '.IVER X.LS. nasi MTfeat Q ANTMUI.IOUS S Sold by Druggists. 1. is offerc of Dr. S for a cm' cannot 1 If you tho JIOH wise, par orhcarln or pressure in head, you Bands of cases termlnato Dr. Sage's C'ATAitm Hi cases of Catarrh, "C and Catarrhal JlenC Absolutely Pure. This powper never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and wholesotueness. More economical then the ordinary kinds and cannot be sold in competion with the multitude of low test, short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cms. Royal Baking Powder Co., 106 Wall St., N. Y JWJSX8) fes VUtl AN C-t? '.Vfs . . HEALTH. Le Itlchnn's Ooldeu Balsam Xo. 1 lures Chancres, flu, and locoiul stages, Sores en the Lees and Body; Sore Lars, Lye", Xo, etc., Copper-colored Blotches, ypi!iuuc--aiarrn, uueascu &caip. aim an primary forms ot the disease known as bnldtia. I'rlre. $S OO I) it llottle. l.e ltlcliau's Goldsn llalsoin 'No.it Cures Tertlirr, HercurlalSypbllitlc Uhcu natlsin. Pains In the Bones, Pain? In the Head, back of the Neck, Ulcerated Soro Th'oat, Syphilitic Itafh, Lumps and cot) tl.Ktc.il Cords, SMIiiess ot the Limbs, m .1 endlcatcs all disease from the system, whether caused by indiscretion or ahu.c c Slercurv. loavlny tho blood puro and liealthy. Prlc-i. $5 OO per IJottle. Lo Hlcliau's Golden Smmlsli Anil. ilotn for the cure ot Gonorrhcea, Gleet, Irritation Cravcl, and all Urinary or Cord. taldlsarranjemenU, Frlco S SO per Ilottlo. Lo tlichitu's Golilfin Spaiiluli In jection, lor severe cases c' Oonorrlura, IiifUmnntory Gleet. Stricturc9,ic. l'rlco. CI 50 per Ilottlo. !., KIchaii'a Golden Olntmunt lor tlio eilectUc heahni;o( SMhilitio Sort.', ar.d eruptions. PrlcoSl 00 per llox. l,o lllchnu's Goldou I'lltn Nene and liraln treatment; lis o physlal pow er, excess or over-work. Prostration, ttt, l'rlco 3 90 per Uox. Tonlo anil Nervine, Sent everywhere, C. O. D., securely packed per .sprees. C. "jSV niCnAllDS & CO. , A fronts, i?t L 29 Sansome stret. Corner Clay, ' San Francisco, Cal. - CSBCULAR MjULbU FnKfi. ' 'vr "EtltTsWb sV w 'x . ,8wS. rnHnoi .4500 .m &m Kb6M. OT..-Va3SJS fe$ Bit- Li - wf.vj jfrr t j?yylKsa fvaiSfc vssam&' uiolrru rWHINOTONARRCN Co7n?J? Owners and Operators of tlio LHSiimiiraii1 Who sell the entire products of their immerse Uctorydircct to the public. From them you can purchase upon literal terms. THE BEST 0RGAHS MANUFACTURED. WARRANTED FOR SIX YEARS. Catalogue and full particulars free. Write us before purchasing. Address, men tioning name of this paper, 333333'3?:ECO-V:ES3Sr w ?wii5s lasned Kept, nn-1 2Iarili, jfiSj 84 x 11 J i tnelic, ltli our AS.SOO illustrations migfSTVi' ivUolo Picturo Gnllry. VSnr GIVE3 AWiolesolo Prices dire ( to cotmiimcrs on all g;ood for p rsoaal or fiunlly use. Tlls bow to ortU'i, and gl'' csaet cost of evorj'-Ultn- you UiC, cnt, drlnls, wear, or liwvc fun TSlth. Theso INV.XUABIiE r.OOIiS contain Information gleaned from hc markets of tlio world. AVo will mail a. copy FREE to any nd drcsi upon receipt of 10 cU. to dsfroy cipenaa maUlnR. It uh bear from jou. .JSpRcspeetfUlly, MOrxSTGOMERY WARD & CO. 'ill &; 220 VViibaab Avonne, Clilcao, 111. riATARRH-A ttttf rHEftTHEHTl Dr. DAVIS' I'oiiilfiHCatnrrUWpcciiii Jertroj tlia Living 1 araaitos which cau-o this ,3 aBB.AndtUoC-lTADUH Is CUBED. (, m (Out Vwoj lttmille) magnllfrt 4 HO timet.' The Cure Is l'ermsuf ut, as will be attested 05 patients treated four years ago with no remvn J disease. In CATAItltUor Xoso sud Throat ninety per ceat. aro currd with oue box of Itmec y, whether caeo b of one or forty ;esrs etimllcg. rrlco.bymall, 81.00. If lungs are nffec edeorrfs. pondencoisdeelred. Trtatlae explalalnnlnhalntljn Cure for stamp. IV. W. DAVIH. M . 1). ! ?J. gnrilis MU I08 ANt.liLKy, CAX MMttin - USA Nerois. Debility, Seminal Weakness, Ex hau ted Vitality, Lost Manhood, and all the terrible effects of self-abuse and excesses in mat irer ye irs, such as nocturnal emissions, loss of nvmory, dimness of vision, aversion to society, the vital fluid passing unobserved in the urine, and other symptoms that lead to insanity and death. Young and Middle-aged Men suf fering from the above should consult us at once. Cure guaranteed in all such cases. Consultation free. Chemical analysis, including thorough microscopic eximination of the urine, $3 An honest opinion given in all cases. We furnish the Great English Remedy, Sir Astley Cooper's Vital Restorative at$3 bottle or four;tiraesihe quantity, $1Q. SAMPLE BOTTLEflFREE. to anone stating symptoms, sex and age. Address- English Aledical Dispensary, No n Kearney St., San Francisco, Cal, BEFORE -AND -AFTER Electric Appliances aro tent on 30 Dav$' Trill. TO MEN ONLY, YOUrcQ OR OLD, tifiio aro sofferlnrj from Neavoua i)esility, V Lost Vitality. Lack ok Nkjik Fojte and Vigor, 'VASTioVK4KM53sES.anaalULusotilieafcis Kpneniltr. TJ A TITHE IVkUltill.f flOIIl ABVb.S n(J OTIItA ration VAnaiiaiui i m Century g Seiid at onco for ll.usrratwl pliU;frc. ACdrws r R1 TAin BSLT CO.. H5S3HAlt, MICH M "" -.---..., j-rtrli"'J'T'MT(JJi rrtff.TiTWTiTJw'-fcfcir'tisr-T It f-- - - 5 B?PE3!.fECfc' WjIj w&s?m 7nibtmtlifdFHF to ill ftcrllctnti. t to ouitom-rv of it j ear wltbuut ordt ring it li cantiios .J9Ut 110 pis", j llIoiIiAtlgni, prioti, socurtte dncrictliti v.4 tiIhkMi rictlen for ttiuUnff Atl TRriii of VEGKTAlKI.r id fLOUKK HEtHH, UULItHftc. Inrhluiblt Uriliiat tlrictlei O, M. FERItV CO., Detroit, MlohlgOJi S1 a.aal.1 1 In llirlll tiTtmTiTM. HSTIft TftT IE. WASHINGTON, WARREN COi.tNlJ-c ' 'S .V' i a 3 4S 6 pr y$ ESJ3 J&. ES SF5 Prf' ygmms JL f dr. m . "-t- ,Ct S-H ,pr' -VfUffl W-fr S2 W W"1 (Oa w& 26.587 3BCDTT?Xj33)3 UTaraers SAP, Sold, to Dec. 27, 18S6n Ho Other Remedy in the World Can Produce Such a JReeord, TES wonderful eucceesof "Warner's Safb Cnrn" Is due wholly to the real Berlt of the Remedy. For a lone time it has been 11EOARDI2D BY THS BIGHEST MEDICAL AUTHORITIES AS THE ONLY SPE CIFIC FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND URINARY DISEASES AND FEMALE COMPLAINTS. Thousnnda of people owe tlveir lifo and health to " 'Warner's Sajk 'Cure " and w6.cn produce 100,000 TESTIMONIALS fr' that effect. Read the following and note the large number of bottles distributed. We guar antee theso figures to bo correct, as oursalos-book3 will prove. Boston, 1,149,122. OAPT. W. D ROBINSON (U. S. Marino Insp., Buffalo, N. Y.), in 1885 was suffering with a sJciti humor lite leprosy. Could not sleep; was iu great agony. For two years triol everything, without bene Gt. Was pro nounced incurable. "Twenty bot tleo of Warnor's Sai-jc Cure co mpletehj cured me, and to-day I am strcrtg and well." (Feb. 5, 1885.) Providence, 171,929. EX-GOV. T. G. ALVORD (Syracuse, N. Y.) in 1884 began running down with General Dibility, accom panied with a sense of weight in the lower part of tho body, with a feverish sensation and a general giving out of the whole organism. Was in serious condition, confined to his bed much of the time. After a thorough treat ment with Warner's Safu Ctiro he says: "lam completely restored to health by its means." Portland, Me., 441,(05. MAJOR S. B. ABBOTT (Springfield, Mo.), in 1871 was afflicted with lame back, Rheumatism and Kidney wufitsic. juuomiuu 1110 very uesi p1 it iimimua in tjuu x-1 aiiuisuu, uuil V13- teil all the mineral sprines there. Took a health trip to the New England States, but for Beven years suffered constantly from his malady, which had resulted in BrighVs disease. After using a couple dozen bottles of Warner's Safb Gure, and two of Safe Pillt, he wrote : " My back and kid neys are without pain, and, thank God, I owe it all to Warner's Safb Remedies." Bal. of Hew Big., , 441,753. MRS. J. T. K1TCHEY (EC2 4th Ave., Louisville, Ky-) was a confirmed invptlid for eleven years, just living, and hourly expecting death. Was confined to bed ten months each year. AVasattended by tho bestphy sicians. Hon left sido was para lyzed. Could neither eat, sleep, nor enjoy lifo. The doctors said she was troubled with female complaints but she was satisfied her kidneys wore affected. Under tho operation of Warner's Safe Cure she passed a large stone or calculus, and in Nor., 18S3, reported, "Am to-day as well ax when a girl." York State, - 3,870,773. SaatsOBCTit-lll II I III HI HIM HI ASK YOUR FRIENDS tic WARNER'S THE MOST POPULAR REMEDY EVER DISCOVERED. G 682,632. EX-GOV. R. T. JACOB (WcBtport, Ky. was prostrated with severe Kidney trouble and lost forty pounds of flesh. After a thorough treatment with War ner's Safe Cure ho reports, "I have never enjoyed better health." 873,667. GEN. II. D. WALLEN (144 Madison Ave., New York), scarcely able to walk two blocks without exhaustion, and, having lost flesh heavily, began the use of Warner's Sa Cure and says- "I was muct benefited by it." Bal. Ohio, State, - 633,158. COL. JOSEPH H. THORNTON (Cin cinnati, O.) in 1885 reported that his daughter was very much prostrated; had palpitation of the liearf, intense jiain in the head, nervous disorder and catarrh of the bladder. She lost fifty-five pounds. Other rem edies failing, they began the use of Wnrner's Safe Cure, Safe Pillt and Safe Nervine, and within three months she had gained fifty poundi in weight and was restored to good health. That was three years ago, and she is still In as good health as ever in her life. Col. Thornton, himself, was cured of chronic diarrhoea of eighteen years' standing, ii 1881, by Warner's Bats Curo. Southern States, 3,534,0 1 7 Q II. ALI33N (Leavenworth, Kan.). Edwin, two years of age, afflicted extreme case of briulU's f VlV jlie-'CiXC, and tho doctors gave him top. By the advice of the doctor's Vitt, oegan the use of Warner's Safe Cure, and after taking seven bottles he fa perfectly well and has had no relapse. Canada, 1,467,824. 3SBrcry Testimonial we torn, tsnclosinsr stamp for reply, and icarn ior TonrsMvew JOSEPH DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE Tents, "Wagon Covers, MINING SUPPLIES, ETC, Comer Fifth and Fremont Pennsylvania, 1321,2)9. F. MAYER, (1020N. 12th St., St. Louift. Mo.) afflicted with tired feelings, dizziness and pain across tho back, and lost appetite. Was sallow ana care-worn all tbo time. The doctors falling ho began tho use of Warner's SArn Cure, and reports, " I feel lilt a fighting code." 2,308,693. MR. R. BROWN (2221 Woodward Ave., Detroit, Mich.) injured his back from a fall. Was confined to his bed six weeks. The fall injured his kidneys, producing intenso Buffering. Wnrner'H tJAFE Cure restored his kidneys to their natural condition, end ha wnt;s, " I am notv eighty years of age, smart and active." 846,964, MRS. THOS. SCHMlDr (Wife of th Vice-Consul of Denmark, 09 Wall St., New York) reported that her little son after an attack of Diphtheritic Sore Throat eiuht years'ago, was afflicted with Bright's Diseaso in advanced form; by the advico of Gen'l. Chris tiansen, of Diezcl, Morgan & Co., Bankers, New York, eao prescribed Warner's Safe Cure, with tho consent of tho physicians, and reports, "tho physicians say that he will be per fectly well." Milwaukee, 458,894. MISS Z. L. BOARDMAN (Queeheo, Vt.f in May, 1882, began to bloat, Jhenco camo stomach trouble, terrible headaches, and finally the doctor's opinion that it wasUi'jfit's disease, and incurable. Eventually she bo came nearly blind, pronounced by the doctors to be the last stage of Bright's difea.se. After having been under treatment by Warner's Saf Curo for one year, she reported, " I am as tvell as anyone.." Minnesota, . 648,017. HON. N. A. PLYMPTON (Worcester. Mass.), in May, 1880, was pro?tratc4 by Gravel. Under tho operation of Warner's Safe Cure alone ho passed a large stone, and subsequently wrote, "I bavo had no recurrence of my trouble since Warners Sam Curo cured me." Bal. N. W. States, - 1,767,149. AND NEIGHBORS ABOUT SAFE CURE." St. Louis, 1,530,527. CAPT. GEO. B. WILTBANK (913 Spruco St., Phila., Pa.), prostrated in Central America.with Malarial Fcvcr,catibod by congestion of Kidneys and Liver. De lirious part of the time. Liver cw larged one-third. Stomach badly af fected. Could hold no food; even water was ejected. Using less than a dozen bottlo of Warner's Safe Cure, he writes, " I was completely cured." Kansas City, 717,860. MRSA (PROF.) E. J. WOLF (Gettys burg, Pa., Wife of the Ed.-of the Luth eran Quarterly), began to decline with Pulmonary Consumption. (Over 50 per cent, of all cases of Consumption aro caused by diseased kidneys.) De spaired of living. After a thorough course of treatment with Warner's Safe Cure, she writes, "J am per fectly well." Bal. S. W. States, - 746,789. EX-SENATOR B. K. BRUCE (South Carolina), nfter doctoring for years for what ho supposed waa Malaria t dis covered ho was afflicted with Sugar Diabetes, and having obtained no relief whatever from his physicians, he began theuse ol Warner'SAFE Diabetti Cure, and ho says: "My friends aro astonished at my improvement." San Francisco, - 1,242,946. J. Q. ELKINS (Elkinsville, N. O.) suf fered for ten years from Gravel, which attacked him every six months. Ho lost 45 pounds in three months, and hisstrengtfi was nearly gone. After thorough use of Warner's Safe Diabeln Cure, ho reports, " I am as well as I ever was, after using fourtesn bottles." Bal. Pacific Coast, - 732,316. publish Is genuine Write to the HOEFLER