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OUR WATCHWORD-"COCHISE COUNTY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD.
TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA MONDAY EVENING. JULY 20 tSg6
r:ity and County Oflicial Paper.
rUBLISHED EYERV EVENING
iVm. Hattieh Editor and Proprietor.
r'reniont St., Opposite City Hall
The Paosrccroa will net hold itself resp
tible for any of the articles or sentiments
pressed by asy ai its correspondents
S. M. BARROW.
450 and 452 ALLEN ST,
Entered U' ta Tombstone PostoCtce as
eooad Ckus sstatW.
JAMES REILLY. ATTORNEY AND
Counselor at Lav. Land and Mining
cues a specialty. Tombstone, Anzo&a.
C STAEHLE. ATTORNEY AT
Law and ourr Public Tombstone.
UK . .
Ilw;tn Cure !lliitmiilliu.
Akaco, Coosb Co., On ,Nov. 10 1893.
I vw"h to inform you of the great
good Chamberlain's Pain Halm has
done my wife. Sue haa been troubled
with rheumatism of (be arms ami
hands for six months, and lms tri-d
remedies prescribed for that complaint
but found uo relief until she ued thi
Pain Ba'm; one bjttlo of nbicbhaa
completely cured her. T take pleas
ure in recommending it for that trou
ble. Youre truly, C. A. Bullokd. 50
cent and $100 bottles for sale by
Tombstone Dug Co. 11
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
ERRING 4 HERRING. ATTORNEYS
and Counselors a Law. Oflice. on
Tooghnut Street, between Second and
acd Third; opposite the Court House.
a EO. W. SWAIN. ATTORNEY AT.
La. Will praolee in all courts of th
Territory. Tombstone. Arizona.
S. ClARK, ATTORNEY AND COUN.
selor at Law. trace n rourui Mreet,
between Alien and Touehnut. Tomb
stone. Will practice in all the con of the
Is Complete, Embracing all the! latest Stj'les, Designs,
Textures, Patterns, and Shades of a large
and -well selected stock of
Dress Goods, Silks, Sateens, Checks
Ribbons, Laces, Hoisery.
Etc. Etc. Etc.
CHARLES GRANVILLE JOHNSTON.
1 Attorney and Counsellor at Law and
Notary Public, 431 Fremont Street iet.
I'd ud 5th streets. A rueruber of the Bar oi
Ue. supreme Court of the remtory, and v. ill
pr ictce in any of the coaru tbereiu.
ERTHA HERRING. TYPEWRITER
and Netary Public. Tooghnut bUeel,
WENTWORTH. COUNTY RE-
corder and Abstract .Orhce. Abstracts
of title to real estate acd mines furn-
ihed promptly and acurately. Complete tran-
wiuy XCS ts tC1
it Ho. Tor
E. ALVORD, IUSTICE OF THE
Peace. Office on Allen.bU bet. 3d
L KOSKA. IUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Ufhce on 4U1 irt. 1
AA Office tm 11b St. bet. Allen and
HS. GORDON. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND
. ..Sttrxeon: Office adjoining his residence
cn.tb street 'Calls attended at allheurs day and
FC. EARLE, ASSAYER AND MLTA
lcgical Laboratory. omc- No 319.
Fremont St. opposite City Hall.
m 1 1 1
MS FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
A Specialty is "made of this Department and the price,
style and quality are bound to please.
CLOTHING, SHIRTS, UNDERWARE NECKTIES, ETC
MARYS VILLE AND OREGON UNDERWARE.
NEAT NOBBY SUITS FROM $10 AND UPWARD.
Dialogues, Speech Books Play.
Primary and Excellent Dialogues.
Primary, Comic, Exhibition, and Ex
cellent speakers. 15 o-nts each, 2 for
25 cents or all six foi 50 cents prepaid.
Catalogus free. Dramatic Publishing
Co., DarroRville.Ohio. jlC-5t
Rich new finds are being constantly
reported from Coolgardie. gold fields.
. F. Examiner, dato Jan. 17 th. lie
ports among the tinis at Black Flat, a
nugget weighing JIK)J ounce, nearly
all pure gold, a numbernf other pieces
wer obtained amounting to about
$10,000 worth. Coolgardie id an ac
cestible point, reached by steamer to
Freniantle, thenco by rail to Southe'n
Cross and team to destination. Tbe
trip to Australia on the fine steamers
of the Oceanic S. S. company, via Hon
olulu, Samoa aud New Zealand is
pWmire failing the day long. This
line tickets passengers to Gape Town,
bouth Africa. Map 1 1 Coolgardie ui
trict and Pacific Ports, etc., mailed
free to any address by the Oceanic
line, 114 Montgomery street San Fran
Win. Fourr, Dragoon.
O. F. Ashburn, Benson.
Mr. W. Hill, and wi'o Pearce.
Mins I.)dia Ballard, Pirna.
Jesi ITenly, San Simon.
Mrs. Mary Waller, Bubec.
Highest of all in Ltavcainjj.power-Latest U.S. Gov't Report
Curo for llt-iitliiche.
A a remedy for alt forms of Head
ache Electric Bitters has prdved to be
the very be.t. It eUVc's a perman
ent cure aud the most dreaded hab
itual sick healacbeVield to its influ-
ence. Wo urge all who are afflicted
to procure a liolil-and give this rem
edy a fair trial. In cases of habitual
constipatiou Electric Bitters cures by
lining uio nee u tcse to tlio bowels
and few cases long resist the nse of
this medicine. Try it once. Fifty
cents and $1.00 at Tombstone and
any Drug Store,
Jr. Price's Cream Baxtn PotvOc
Alost Perfect Abulr
THE LATEST NEffS
Trouble Among Strikers And
: r. Prlcr's Cream Baking Powsct
ofM'i Fair Hubut .Metfal and Dlakro
F. & A M.
'ING SOLOMON LODGE NO. 5,
meets third Saturday in each month.
Visiune brothers cordially ranted t at-
lend. W.M.J H MCPHERSON.
A. L. GROW bec'ty.
B. A. SI
OOCHISE CHAPTER No. 4. MEETS
ti.rd Wednesday in each month Vis
IU02 Compamocs cordially invireto at
rnd. TOM LOWRY, II. P.
A. WENTWORTH, Seeretarr.
BAT AND SROE DEPART1NTS
Stetson, Fedora, Kenton and other ianious Hats,
Ladies and Children. Dongolla and Russet Shoe3,
BucL'iipham & Hech's Cowboy Boots and Shoes.
.Finest Footwear of Celebrated Manufacture.
Slippers, Ties, and finest Kid Shoes.
SOLE AGENT FOR FAMOUS WATFRTOWN SHOES.
ARCTIC ICE CO-
A. J. BISSEIT, propkietoi:
Pure ice delivered to any part o! the aty .a
2 CEXTS PER POUJSD
Svccial rates to families for
ice for regular customers.
X3-0FFIC2AND ICE HOUSE 5TH SI.-E
STRIKERS CHARGED UPON,
Bryan Receives an Ovation at
His Home A Prohibition
ist for Brvan-
A WOMAN DRUGGED.
General Happenings Through
out the Country.
. -a r ,
P. O. S. of A.
ASHINGTON CAMP NO. 1 MEETS
1 it .Friday evening ra each month. Vis-
. itiar Comrades cordiaur inr.iea.
I. W. CLARK. P.ePdent.
A. L. GROW. Secretary.
A. O. U. W.
TOMBSTONE LODGE NO. 3, A. O. U.
W. meets 1st and 3d Thursday in each
mouth. Visiunr brothe cordially m-
r!te4. KOtrr. Bt2r, M. W.
W. D. MONMONIEK, Recorder.
K. of P.
LODGE! KNIGHTS OF
bias, Nc a., meets erery 1st and
nth. Visitinp brouiert
W. D. MONMONIEKj K. of &
dUosdays in each month.
fOTECTION HOE COMPANY NO. 3.
m meets First Sunday in each month ot tiior
hjoir house on the corner ot Seventh and Fre
M' streets, opposite the school bouse.
, WM. CORBETT,
1At HAVVKE. Secretary. .
lESCUE HOSE COMPANY MEETS
First Nuday m each month at City Hau,
Fmaont atfeet. I. V. VICKEKS,
IL M, ENTWORTH. Secty. Pre jdest
I, N. McDONOUGH. Foreman.
,Tr GINE COMPANY KO. 1. MEETS
J2J last Sunday m eaeh month, at hose house,
en the earner of Toognnut and 5th streets
JOEPH LIPPERT. Foreman.
tl&aKX UUHA, ej
F. CALVES, Prop. 'CZ
Water Per Barrel, - 25 CeHta
If ater. Per Backet - SCeate.
Reduced Rates by the Month
Leave orders witb wagon, or at thi
CROCKERY. HARDffAI- AND mm
Tombstone Ice Co.
C. t.. CuiuinlucT". Vrtiprletor.
Pure ice delivered to any part'o at
1 1-2 CEJrTS JPer POUND
Orders can he left at office
with C Z. Cumniings,
Cor. oti tjr Fremont.
Ycur Patronage Is Respectfully Solicited.
A fuirstock isjearried consiBtinp'of
Ca tridg-esjEtc ,
ARE YOU G0i: G
The Southern Pacific ' Company
hae place on Bile at Benson round
trip tickets to points north and east at
greatly reducid ratce. Before pur
chasing your tickets call on or cidreea
E. S. WEBSTrr,
Agent at Ber.con,
G P. A. San Francisco.
ith a better undcr&tuudinjr of the
transient nuture of llit-muiiy pliiS
ical ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle eiTorts pleasant efforts
rightly directed. Tliere is comfort in
the knowlc'dgfe, that so mnrjj forms of
sickness are not duo to tny ccttial dis
ease bnt himply to a constipated condi
tion of this system, which the pleascnt
frtmitr laxative, bvntnof Furs, nromnt.
ly removes. Tliat is xvhy it is the only
remedy with millionsof families, and is
everywhere estc-mtd so highly by all
wmi vaiue ijoou neaitn. its beneficial
effects are dne to the faet, that it is the
one remedy nhicli promotes inlerncl
cleanliness witliont debilitating the
onranson tvhirh it acts. It is therefore
all important, in oitlpr to jet its bene
llcial effects, to note vhen you pui"
chat, tliit jou have the perruine arti
cle, tvhlelt is manufactured by the Cali
fornia FijrSyrnp Co. only and sold bv
all reputable druggists.
If in the enjoyment of good health,
and the system is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted uith any actual diseaie. one
may be commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need f a laxative,
one should hare the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere, Syrnp of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
ttea ana gi vesmost general satisfaction.
W. O. ABBOTT.
PRICES FOR ASS A Y JJVf?.-
TOMBSTONE, A. T.
Gold and Silver. One sample 125
Gold. Silver and lead, one sample a 00
- a. 00
Olliceand Residence Overlook
Eveiyttdiig at Lowest Eastern Prices
FLY'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
Fiemo t s ret, opposie Prospector.
Careful attention given to turning o t th
Fineit viewi and picture of all tixct in
a mott artiiUie manner, superior
finiih and tone.
JK? JLCJ ODXT3K JE
Talcen on short notice. Groups a s e
cialty Chbinet, panel and standard
S. M. BARROW
TomlJstoiiB & Pearce
MAIL AND STAGE LINE.
Will make semi-weeVly trips to the
Mew Camp, on Wednesday and Sunday
of each week, mikinz tbe round trip in
, one day, carrying tbe U. S. mill and
JAKE (round trip) '.. 93
Allen St. "r'3d, (Old CustoHoase
Frr7 Calif om ia jra.il received every day
by erprets. Everything told at
lowett rate. Goods delivered
free to all parts of cit.
II of APE1
Four out of Are who
mental wonT, attack
of " the blues." are but
paring the penalty of
early excesses. Vic
tims, reclaim your
manbcol, retrain your
rimrr. Don't despair. Send for book with
-rpla lion and proof a. UaOed(esUad)trea.
Olb.vela.V0, O. This has beer, an
oths turbulent day in the Y'jinsJy of
Ilia Bnwn company's worl.e. A mffc
of elrik.-a hung about 'n works all
the aftemt,-n mat'sij ugly damon
trationd whenever ctraggling militia
men or policemen appearel. Thi
evening when the non-union men
nre taken from the works, Captain
Zimmerman, vwtb a company of mili
tia,, cleared the (street. The coldiers
returned to the works and a crosrd of
1,000 men gathered in a vacant lot
across the street. They assailed the
militiaman with ila epithets and
finally with alone.i. An order to
charge was givon and the eoldiei
plunged forward. Tbe crowd run,
but a dozen men were bayoneted, soma
FaibeuiY, 111 C. tV. Wmdlt
nomine, of tho prohibition party for
lieutsnant governor, has requested the
withdrawal of bis name that he might
come out in favor of . 3. Bryau and
tho Chicago platform.
Sr. JoaErH, Mo. At every station
tetwesn Kanscs City and St. Joseph
the crowds cheered Bryan. It was
12:30 when tho train reached St.
Joseph, wherelietween six and seven
thousand people were at the railroad
station. Bryan was escorted to tbe
platform erected for the candidate to
peakfrrm, and lha crowd cheered
with marvelous enthusiasm.
J.iscour, Amidst an uproar boom-
inng csunon, tbe pealing of bell
screaming of steam whistles and the
ihcuts of 20,000 pople, William J.
Bryan, tbe democratic nomine for
president, entered this, the capital city
of Nebraska. It wag an oration the
like of which tbe people of this part of
country never before witnessed. Half
of the population of tbe city was at
tbe depot to welcome him borne. It
was a non-partisan reception. Bryan
addressed the multitude in feeling
manner and the enthusiasm of the
residents of bis old home knew 00
St. Lor is. Chairman Taubeoeck of
the popnlist national committee has
excited much comment by a harried
trip U Chicago. It is asserto-1 that
ho west a envoy extraordinary, bear
ing terms of capitulation front tho
"middle of the road" populists to tho
Cincinnati. An unknown blonde
young woman was found this rooming
by a Port Thomas fsoldwr lyinj ua
censcious on the ground on J, B.
Locke's farm, witkin few feet of
where the beheaded Pearl Bryan waj
left by her murderers. The girl waa
taken to Newport, where it waj fouad
she had either been drugged or taken
poison herself. Tho woman waa final
ly aroused sufficiently to any she waa
Bertha Martiu of Janesville, O. 8bo
went out to Fort Thomas with a man
whose name she refusad to give. She is
positive that she waa drugged.
Among the numerous person: who
have been cured of rtheumatism by
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, .nenticn
should be made of Mrs. Emily Thome,
of Toledo. Wash., who say. "I have
never been able to procure iny medicine
that would relieve me of .heumatism like
Chamberlain's Pain Br.im. I have also
used it for lame back with great success
1 !s the best liniment f have ever used,
and I take pleasure in recommending it
to my riends." For sale by Druggists.
Proposals lor Printing.
OtSce of the Board of Supervisors of Coch'se.
County, July so, I896.
Scaled nroDOsals will be received at the nffi r
the Board of Supervisors up to a o'clock p. m.
of August 3d. 1806, for funmhine at the office
of the board in Tombstone, the following re
quirements to be used in the aext ensuinf gcn
era! election, viz-
Bal'ots, 3 tickets on each one 5,000
bample ballots en muihn (copy of above. I50
Lists of candidites no
Cards of instructions 153
Poll hits ,ro
Tally lists 10o
L.KMH signs, fifty foot urnt 150
Notice to voteisas per act a. 18th legis
lative assembly.. 100
Tha Board reserves the ncht to reiect anr r
JOHN S. WILLIAMS.
GEO. G. 31cGKB, Prop
Headquarters for visitors from Tomb
stone and surrounding country.
Best of wines, liquors and cigars always
kept on hand.
BEER ON DRAUGHT.
P. A. DeMAR
a full linf
Constantly kept on hand. Tatronage solicit
MRS, K. HARRINGTON, Pro
WITH THE BEST
Charges reasonable Parties going from To
stone to Bubee will have ample time fo
dinner.before the tana arrives. Pub.
rasroaigs is reiptttfuU J
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