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OUR WATCHWORD- "COCHISE COUNTY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD.
TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA .FRIDAY EVENING. JULY 10. i8q6
The Wz "vector
ity andCountv Official PaprV
l UBLISHED KVEHY EVENING
Wm. Mich Editor and ProprMiir.
Fremont Ht.. Opposite City Hall
Thk Psospkcto will not hold itself resp
rtjli foray of the atticlcs or sent.met.ts
S4NMt r " correspondents
ffrwi i1 a Jbe Tombstone Postomce u
VVS ptua waiter
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JAMES RE1UY, ATTORNEY AND
Counselor! Law. Land and Mining
-" cases a specialty. Tornpstone, Antoaa.
M. C STAFH1.E. ATTORNEY AT
Law and Notary Pubnc, Tombstone,
I ERRING 4 HERRING. ATTORNEYS
and Counselors a Law. Ciace on
Toughnut Street, between Second and
aid Third, opposite the Coort House.
EO. W. "SWAJ NrTTORNEYAT
La. WiH praaloe is all ccuru of the
Territory. ToodKtone. Arizona.
S. CLARK.ATTORNEY ANDCOUN-
jeior at Law, CKhce on r our in surct.
beten Allen and Tocsbnnt. Torrib-
tsae. Will practice in all the coo of the
'HARLES GRNVILLE JOHNSTON.
Attorney ana itinteiior ax uiw ana
Notinr Public 431 Fremont Street, bet.
ith ind 5th streets. A member of the Bar ot
iie ."Supreme Cuurt of the Terrilory, and will
pricJ'ee in any of the courts tberea.
ERTHA HERRING. TYPEWRITER
aod Notary Public. Tougbnot street.
WENTWORTH. COUNTY RE-
corder and Abstract .Office. Abstracts
of title to real estate and rained farn-
abed promptly and aeuratsly. Complete tran-
scripts. Office in Court
-, E. ALVORD. JUSTICE OF THE
m Peace. OrEcc on Ai:enbi: bet 3d &
" 4th. Tombstone,
, X. KOSKA, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Ooe -son 14th -Sl bet.
.. 1 JBGORDONVM.n. PHYSICIAN AND
'lfT.' Surgeon: OrBoe adorning bis residence
.on 4th street. Calls attended at all heirs day and
C. .KARLK. -ASSAYER AND META-
lngical Laboratory. oee No 319,
Fremont St. opposite City H-JL
r. & a 31.
KING SOI.OM -S IDGE NO. 5.
meets third Saturday in ench'ronnth.
Vistune brotbers cordially invited t at
tend. W. M..J. H McPHERaON.
A. L?GROW iwcty.
R. A. 31
OOCHISE CHAITKR So. 4. MEETS
llurd Weinesday in each month. Ts
itin Companions cordially intired to at
.cj2. '!'wm LOWKYi IS. P.
A. WENTWORTH. S'cretarr.
P. O. S. of A.
WASHINGTON CAMP NO. 1 MEETS
1 st Friday everucj it. each month. Vis
ion? Comrades cordially invited.
1. W. CLARK. President.
A. L. GROW. Secretary.
A. O. U. W.
TOMBSTONE LODGE NO. 3, A. O. U.
W. meets 1st and 3d Thursday in each
month. Visiting brcthe cordially Bi
lled. KOBT. BEST. M. W.
W. D. Uoxmoniee. Recorder.
K. of I.
LODGE1 KNIGHTS OF
Nc 4.. meets erery 1st and
1 each month. Visiting brother
I frditSy invited
W, D. MONMONIER, K. of S.
fS3TECTION HOiE COMPANY NO. 3.
meets Fiiu Sunday in each montl ot their
boseboufeon tbc corner oi Serenth and Fr
xo tl streets, c pposite the tcbrol house.
NAT HAWKE, Secretary.
lETUE HOSE tOMPANY MEEIS
First uadaT m each memthat Liiy Mali,
Fremont seet. I.V. VICKLkS.
& MkENTWORTH.Secty. Pre-icent.
"" J. N. McDONOUGlL For err... r..
JTj but Sunday in each racnth, at hose house,
ea the corner of Tonchnat and sth street.
JOSEPH LIPPfiKT. Foreman.
HENRY DUN KEK. Secretary.
F CALVES. Prop.
Water l'er Barrel, - 25 Ceate
Water. Per Backet - 5 Ceats.
Educed Rates by the Monti'
ere order wttb waenn, or af thi
jfl 41 bn Gfl-enTB. bA
S. M. BARROW,
46 0 and 452 ALLEN' ST,
Is Complete, Embracing all
hi nn nil i nil
i endures, Patterns, and bhades of a large
and well selected stock of
Dress Goods, Silks, Sateens, Checks
Ribbons, Laces, Hoisery.
Etc. Etc. Etc.
MEN'S1 FDBNISHINIi DEPARTMENT
A Specialty is made of this Department and the price,
st'le and quality are bound to please.
CLOTHING, SHIRTS, UNDERWARE NECKTIES, ETC
MARYSVILLE AND OREGON UNDERWARE.
NEAT NOBBY SUITS FROM $10 AND UPWARD.
HAT A! SHOE DEPARTMENTS
Stetson, Pedora, Kenton and other far.ions Hats,
Ladies and Children Dongolla and Russet Shoea,
Buckingham & Hech's Cowboy Boots and Shoes.
Finest Footwear of Celebrated Manufacture.
Slippers, Ties, and finest Kid Shoes.
SOLE AGENT FOR
A full stock iscarried consi.ting of-
Everytidng. at Lowest Eastern Prices
S. M. BARROW.
II I fl II IV
the latest Styles, Designs,
FASiOUS WATFRTOWN SHOES.
ARCTIC ICE CO-
A. J. BISSEtT, PROPRIETOR
Pure ice delivered to aa)"Jpart ol the cityj ,a
2 CENTS PER POUND.
Svecial rates to families for
ice for regular customers.
X3-OFFIC2AND 1 E HOUbE 5TH ST.TE
Tomljstaiie Ice Co.
C I.. CnrauilBss Proprietor.
Pure ice deLvercd to any part o at
1 1-2 CENTS Per POUND
Orders can be left at office
with C. X. Camming?,
Cor. 5th cj- Fremont
Your Patronage is Respectfully Solicited.
FLY'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
Frerao t s reet, opposi e Prospector.
Careful attention gneo to turning o t the
Finttt vietct and pictures of all then in
a mott artistic manner, tup'rior
finish and tone.
de jlc; at? jjie 3B m
Taken on short notice. Groups us e
cialty Chbinet, panel and standard
Tflilistone & Pearce
MAIL AND STAGE LINE.
Will malte semi-ueelcly trips to the
New Camp, on Wednesd iy and Sunca
of each week, miking the round trip in
one day, carrying the U. S. m til and
FAEE (round trip) $3
The National Matte Smelter.
A D-actical and simD'.e me'Jisd of mtttine
sulphide ore;, such asmcLIe, cooper, gold and
silver oies. In localities where Itad ores and
fuels are scarce and almcot unattainable, oor
pyntir, watr jtckt Matte Smelter his been re
cor.iied with highly satisfactory results, and
has been thoroughly tested on rarious p)ratic
sulphide and arsenide ores, in capanty of a to
8o tens per day. It is the most practical,
cheapest and simplest method of cold and silver
ore matting and concentrating tht is known
It req iiresnoexlraorcinarySKiu. no leaa ores.
io fluxing materia). anC no fuel of any kind for
the "ehej after it I started. The sulphur in
the ore is its natural fu;I only, and its cost has
no comparison with any other process of con
wears prepare! to inrntsn any sue or capao
ity plant comolete to sabstantJU mining people
set it up and filrr.iih our men to run it for them
on easy payments. Price and specifications
furnished with references and testimonials on
NATIONAL ORE & REDUCTION Ca
5735 Cheltenham Avenue, St. Louis, Mo,
Manufacturers of Furnaces for
NicUe, Copper, Gold, Silver and Lead Ores,
Arizona & Southeastern Rail
The annual meetinz of the stock holders of
thk Company, for the election of D.rectois, and
for the transaction of such other business as may
be properly brought before tbe mctir;e, will be
held at the office of the company. Nc. 05 o!in
J Street, in tha City of Ne York, en Monday
July 6ih. iSy6, at 3 o clock p. m.
Consolidated National Bank.
CHuital Stock - . - L85O.O0O.
M. P. FREE1UN, President,
W. C DAVIS, Vice-President.
H. a TENNEV.lCashia
Issues drafts available at any point in the
Uciu d States. Diass buis of exchange oaa
nropcan cities, and makes a specialty of oot-of
town accounts with invdndoals, firms and cor
1TANTED AT ONCE; ACTIVE AGENTS
v for each county; exclusive control ana
no risk. WHI clear 1 a to 95 hundred dollars a
yea r. Enclose sump for full particulars, or 2f.
for Ji sample.
Etc Ramos Mi vrjtAt. Wate Ca,
fjjj-tm B12 Rapids, i. ich.
REtTBAIlIA cured by Dr. JWea'PAXS
ftUM. 'Oneceat aocBd." ASaliaxuaBl"
B. JT. Colburn, lianc'i.
A. Lawson, " "
T. B. Johnston and wife, Pearco.
I A LACE.
Frank Bopp, BUbeo
P. Haviland, Ranch.
II. Fenly, Missouri,
I'nre lor llntUuche.
A a remedy for all forme of Head
itche Electric Bitter liaii proved to be
the very beet. It etfc'H a perman
ent cure and the most dreaded hab
itual tick Headache yield to its influ
ence. Ma-urgo all who are orliicted
to procure a bottle and give thio rem
edy a fair trial. In ca?es of habitual
constipation Electric Bitters cures by
giving the nee ed tcr.e to the towels
and few cases lone reaist the uc of
this medicine. Try it once. Fifty
cents and $1 00 at Tombstone and
any Drug Store,
With a better understanding of the
transient nature of t!io many phys
ical ills, which vanish Ixsforc projier ef
forts fjentlc efforts plenijiut efforts
rightly tlirccU.fl. Tliere is somfort in
tl knowledge, that eo many forms of
fiiclciiL-bS are not thio to any actual ilih
easc, but himply to n constipattd condi
tion of the system, vthich the plenscnt
family laxative, hyrupof Fifrs. jirompt
ly removes. Tlmt is wliv it is the onl
remedy with millionsof lamilics, andia
everywhere eMpt-mcd so highly by all
who value jnxxl liealtli. Its In'nellcial
eflecta are lue ti the facU.that itis the
one remedy wbith promotes internal
cieanliiit':s without debilitating the
ans on which it nets. It fc therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when you pur
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. otily and sold by
all reputable druggists.
If in the enjovmeut of good health
and the (system Is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not netdrd. If
afflicted with any nctual disease, one
may be commended to the mo$t skillful
physicians, lint if in need ..f a laxative,
one should hare the best, and with tlia
well-informed everywhere. Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives mnst general satisfaction.
W. O. ABBOTT.
PRICES FOR ASSA YING.
TOMBSTOSE, A. T.
Lead..... ... 1,00
Gold and Sliver, onesample. ........... x.25
Gold. Stiver and lead, one sample....... 300
time...... . x.50
Iron..... ... 1.50
Officeand Residence Overlook
AH-n5t. a"3J. (Old "CustoHouse
Vrtth California fruit reeeited erery day
by expret. Everything told at
lowest ratet. Ooolt delivered
free to all part of eit.
VNCH MORE tn rarmnny
t-' with ths -world, 2000
completely curud mm are
simpnK nappy praxes lor
IBS sreaieei, Kiana
est and ment sco
cr-tful cure for eei
ual T-eskness sr.tl
lastvl?or known to
medical rcie-iee. An.
account 01 Uilsieon
derul dbeocery. In
book form, with ref
erences and proofs,
will be sent 10 tuf-
f.J-1. ... ti.1mA 4m SSitl n.vlv Hmi,
permanently reetored-' TaUaro imtiossibl.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO.N.Y.
m.riiMrm. On ny rnl
nimatv-v ai wov
Highest of all in Leavenhyr.PowcT. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
Tl LATEST HEffS
W. J. Bryan, ol Nebraska,
Rccivcs the Nomonation.
Richard Ulaod Withdraws
and the Fourth Ulallut
Decides the Result.
General Hnppeniug-s TUroiig:U
otu the Country.
Ciiicao. Lsst evening much com
motion and cheering prevailed at the
hall. The Scargant-a'.-Arms threat
ened to clear the galleries. Vent
'peaks and says revolution in favor of
silver has come to stay. No uckootrn
or uncertain candidale, or late con
verts minted. Long and loud cheer
ing. Morninp papers generally agree
that chanees of candidates are as fol
lows: Bland, Bryan, Stevenson and
Telli r, Fe- Hug iatvrue on both sides.
10:30 h. m. Convention called to
order. Question as to whether two-
thirds rote of all the stales is required
to nominal, or two-thirds of entire
rote cot. Rules of last convention
which governs this cites authority in
faver of latter two-thirds ol vote cast.
In all 030 votes will be cait. It is ex
pected a number will will refrain from
10:50 Hnrrity names Kobt. E.
Patterson; Moddingly names McLean;
Miller ol Oregon presents Penneyer.
11 Vote ordered and resulted as
follows BUnd 257; Boies 35; McLean
33; Bryan 1CJ; Blackburn 39: Patter
son 9'J; PennoyerS; Teller S: Stephen
son C; Hill 1, Voteof Minnesota and
Tennessee which were passed now be
ing called. Tcnmstee givts Bland 24
making his total 2S1; Bryan gaines 4
and his total is ICC.
Arizona voted solidly for Bland
Alter corrections on absentees and
offical ballot found Bland 233, Boies
66, Mathe'w 57, McLean 50. fc
Second Ballot New York called
aod refuted to answer, Pennsylvania
ktd to be passed. Total vote Bland
292, Bryan 22S, others virtually un
changed. Third Ballot Bland tains 'J Bryan
gains 31 Risking Bryan 21S,
Offical thi;d ballot after cor rer lion
gives Bland 291, Boies 3C, Matbevs 34
M-Len 54, Bryan 219. Blackburn 27,
2 p, m. Demonstrations for Bryan
increasing, chairman has giveu np try
ing to restore order.
2:30 Gov. Stone of Missouri reads
a note from Bland withdrawing in
favor of Brj an.
3:00 Great excitement, nearly
every delegate changing vote for Biyan".
Brja declared unanimena nominee
CaTwf' tJKjarM lo 8 p. w,
Wildest entuuriasm in history ot aay
Chicago Marcus A. Smith was yes
terday afternoon selected as national
coanniileemaa for Arizona.
'1'lie OittcuTcry Snrod Itl I.lle,
Mr. G. Caillouette, Druggist, Beaver
svillo, 111., says : "To Dr. King's Ifew
Discovery I owe my life, Was taken
with La Grippe and tried all the rhv-
s:cians, but ot no avail and wis given
up and told I could not live. Having
Dr. King's Now Discovery in my store
I sent for a bottle and began its use
and from the first dose began to get bet
ter, and after using three bottle wag up
and about again. It is worth tta
weight in gold. We won't keeD store
or house without it." Get a free t tail
t the Tombstone Drug Store,
Ho! lor Vaxliluston!
Tiekets to Wcshington, D. C, will
be placed on sale at Benson July 2, 3,
1 aud 5 at oue fare tor the round trip;
limited to July 14, or 31st. This is
the best chance ever oSered Arizona
people to make a short visit to tbe
capital ci'y. Open for all. For fur
ther particulars call on ar addreng
F. . WEBSTER,
T9 THE SEASHORE.
Excursion Rates to Santa Min
ica and the Sea Coast
S P. R.R. FR0MBEXS0X
To parties desiring to go to the ser-
shore to spend the summer and enjoy
the cool salt water breeze, ehould tt.ke
advantage of the excursion rate of
BENSON TO SANTA MONICA.
Tickets good for CO days, For furtbei
information apply to
Agent at Beusou,
Or T. A. Goodman,
G. P. A., San Francisco.
GEO. G. 31cGEE, Prop
Headquarters for visitors from Tomb
stone and surrounding country. '
Best of wines, liquors and cigars always
kept on hand.
BEER ON DRAUGHT.
a full link
Constantly kept on band. Patronage'colicita
MRS. K. HARRINGTON, Pro
WITH THE BEST
OF E EBYTHIHQ
Charges reasonable Parties going from Tom
stone to Bubee ill hive ample time fo :
dinner before tbe tarioarrives. Pofc ..
ywiai n i.i inn-