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OUR WATCHWORD- "COCHISE COUNTY FIRST, THE WORLD AHTERWARD.
TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA SATURDAY EVENING. JULY 25, iSq6.
W. .J J
"Sty and County Official Paper.
tUBLlSHED EVERY EVENING
iVrn. Hattieh Editor and Proprietor.
Fremont St., Opposite City Hall
Imc Pnosrecrot will km hold itself resp
rJW" fcrany r tie articles er seatimects
prse4 by ur f Ht corresportdeais
Katerea la tat Tecabstea
Second Class natlar. '
1AMKS REILt.Y. ATTORNEY AND
Counselor at Law. Land and Mining
iau. . .i i i.lf TAmtxlnn ArinnA-
M. C STAEHLE. ATTORNEY AT
Law aad Notary Public, Tombston,
HERRING HERRING. ATTORNEYS
and Cauueim a Law. Office on
Tooghnnt Street, between Second aad
and Third, opposite U Casrt House.
G" EO. W. SWAIN. ATTO!lNEY-AT-Law.
WM practice in all courts of the
Territory. Twbstone, Arizona.
("X S. CLARK, ATTORNEY AND COUN
a sdor at Law. OSce fcn Fourth Street,
' ' between Allen and Tougbnut, Tomb
none. Will practice in all the co cf the
NHARLES GRANVILLE IOUNSTON,
ft t AiiCT 12 1-U-Zil'r 1 t
Notarr Public. ij Fremont street bet
itn ind oh streets. A tirubcr of the Baroi
tlie.Miprcme Court of the rerritory. and will
prtcCce in any of the courta therein:
ERTHA HERkING, TYPEWRITER
and -Notary Public. Toughnut bueet.
AWENTWORTH. COUNT R re
corder an i Abstract .Office. Abstracts
of title to real estate and mines farn
abed promptly and acuratelr. Complete tran
scripts. Cmce in Conn House. Tombstone,
E. -ALVORD. 1USTICE OF THE
Peace. Offict on AUen.St: bet. 3d A
LKOSKA. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
l Office .oa 4th St. bet. Allen and
HS. GORDON. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon: Office adjoining his residence
eti 4th street. Calls attended at all hoars day und
FC. EARLE, ASSAYER AND META
lugical Laboratory. oe No 319,
Fremont St. opposite Gty HalL
F. & A M.
KINO 50L0MO.N LODGE NO. 5,
meets third Saturday in each month.
Viiitmr brothers cordially invited t al
ien d. W.M..J.H McPHERiON.
A. I- GROW Sec'ry.
R. A. 31
COCHISE CHAPTER No. a. MEETS
third Wednesday in eich month. Vis
iting Companions cordially invire io at:
end. ' TOM LOWRY. II. P.
A. WENTWORTH. Secretary.
- ' P. O. S. of A.
WASHINGTON CAMP NO. 1 MEETS
1st Friday evening n each month. Vis
iting Comrades cordially inr ted.
I. W. CLARK. President.
A. L. GROW. Secretary.
A. O. U. W.
OMBSTpNE LODGE NO. 3, A. O. U.
.. w, meets 1st ana 3a l narsaay in cacn
inonth. Vuitinr dto." cordially in-
Hted. kOBT. BEST, M. W.
W. D. lUymainx. Recorder.
K. of P.
A RIZONA LODGE t KNIGHTS OF
Pythias, No. 4., meeu every t and
d UoodaTs' in each month. A'isiting brothers
crdi Dy toriied . ,
W. D. MONMONIERj K. of &
2B JTECTION HOE COMPANY NO, 3,
JL meets First Sunday in each month t their
bose boose on tb comer of Sercrth and Fre
o tt streets, opposite the school house.
NAT IIAWKE, Secretary.
RESCUE HOSE COMPANY MEETS
First Snadar tn each month at City HalL
Fro'nt su-ret. I,V. VIOK EkS.
'A. W ENT v ORTH. S:t. P.evldeot.
I. i;,ilcDONOUGL Fuieiuaa.
EI GINE COMPANY NO r, MEETS
last Sunday In each month, at hose boose,
m cb the comer of rouinat and 5th streets,
0EH LIPPERT. Foreman.
HENRY DUNKER. Secretary
F CALVES. Prop.
Water 1'ei BarrvL - 25 Cents
Wafer. Per Bucket - 5 Outa.
deduced Rates by the Month
Ltare orders wi:b wacor.. or at thi
S. M. BARROW.
460 and Mi JLLRY ST,
Is Complete, Embracing all thej latest Styles, Designs,
Textures, Patterns, and Shades of a large "
and well selected stock of
Dress Goods, Silks, Sateens, Checks
Ribbons, Laces, Hoisery.
Etc. Etc. Etc.
MEN'S FUBNISfflNB DEPARTMENT
A Specialty' is nade of this Department and the price E.
style and quality are bound to plaase. f h
CLOTHING SHIRTS, UNDERW ARE NECKTIES, ETC .
MARYS VILLE AND OREGON UNDERWARE. Vm-
NEAT NOBBY SUITS FROM SIO AND UPWARD, .
Stetson, Fedora, Kenton and
Ladies and Children Dongolla and Russet Shoes,
Buckingham & Hech's Cowboy Booti and Shoes.
Finest Footwear of Celebrated Manufacture.
Slippers, Ties, and finest Kid Shoes.
SOLE AGENT FOR FAMOUS WATFRTOWN SHOES.
CROCKERY. HARDWARE AND -SADDLERY
A fulljatock is'carried 'consisting of-
EverytMug at Lowest Eastern Prices
S. M, BAM.
other iamous Hats,
P" No tea
is so pood as Schilling's Best
unless it is pure and the
pick of the tea plant, roasted
in America and roasted fresh.
There are other pure teas
besides Schilling's Best, but
no pure Japan tea, that we
know of,, sold in the United
States and none but the ex-
There are other pure teas
not Japan; but they are
roasted far away and long
ago they are not fresh.
Schillings Best is the only
fresh tea at your grocer's,
money back if you want it.
Also pure and money-backed: Schil
iinjft .AYr coffee, baking-powder, soda,
spices, and flavoring extracts.
ASckitling& Company SanFrcaciszs
" . ajtauee.
W.C.SMITH &. CO.
Choicest of Wines,
Erery'courtesy and accommodation extend
Reading and Card Room Attacl
Proposals -for Printing.
Office of the Board of Supervisors of Coeh'se
County, July so, I896.
Sealed proposals will be received at the office of
the Board of Supervisors up to a o'clock p. m.
of August 3d, 1896, for furnishing; at the orfire
o the board In Tombstone, the following re
quirements to be used in the next ensuinr; gen
eral election, viz
BaTols, 3 tickets on each on' .". . 5.000
Sample ballots on ma Jin (copy of above. I50
Lists of candidates..... no
Cards of Instructions 150
Poll lists 15c
Ta'ly lists 100
Cloth signs, fifty foot Krnt 150
Notice to voteis as per act 44. 18th legis
lative assembly 100
The Board reserves the right to reject any or
JOHN S, WILLIAMS..
By W. A. Haxuood, .
A. X. BIBSErT, PKOPRIETOR
Pure ice delivered to anypart ol the city a
2 CENTS PER PO UJfD.
Svecial rates to families for
ice jor rsfular customers.
TOFFICAXD ICE HOUSE 5TH ST.-Ea
ToiuStons Ice Co.
C .. CssBiialBcs, Proprietor.
Pure ice delivered to any part o at
1 1-2 CENTS Per POUND
Orders can he left at office
with C Z, Camming,
Cor. 5th Fremont
Ycur Patronage is Respectfully Solicited. ?C
FLY'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
Fresno t street, opcode Prospector,
Carefulattention given to turning o t the
Finest vitvs and pictures of ell titei in
a most artistic manner, superior
finish and tone.
IM JLCJL' U JUDEW
Taktn on short notice. Groups a s e
cialty Cabinet, panel and standard
: r. Prtes's Crcsm Bakists Pw
Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. in.
There will be preaching in the even
ing at the. usual hour.
A cordial invitation is extended to
all. D. Roberts,
Sunday School at 2 o'clock p.m.
f:W.' i i(. jr. yj iiiKiai ivymiin..
Hdw t t'urr Khiimntliiui.'-
Abaoo. Coosk Co., (s.,Nov. 10 1893.
I wih to iufurm yc -rt the creat
goort UIiamberIn'8 Pi" Balm has
dona my wife. She has been troubled
with rheumatism of the a.'li and
hands for fix month, and ha tried
remedies prescribe for that conipla.ot
but found 11 o reliel until she u.cd this
Pin Ba'm;oro hjttle of which has
completeljvJVi 'd her. I take pleas
ure In rccomi .ending it for that trou
ble. Your? t-jly, C. A. Bbixok. 50
cent and ' Jv bo'tlea for sale by
Tomblone Dng Co 31
Jt " a bviter miderstandinff of the
asicnt nature of the many phys
' which vani-h before proper ef-
'(jentle efforts pleasantefforts
ally directed. There is comfort in
t' rfJiedge, ''at so many forms of
wcln-es ire not Uu to any actual dis
xse, b- simply to c-onstipatedcondi-tioa
c I the yhU.'m, wuich the pleasant
faroi" '.nx ift-f, Synipof Figk, prompt
'ly removes. That is why it Is the onlr
remedy with millions of families, and is
every where esteemed so highly bv all
who value pood health. Its benefietal
effects are due to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
orjrans on which it acts. It is therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when you pur
chase, that yon have the pennine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fijj Syrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable druggists.
If in the enjoyment of good health,
and the system "is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needsd. If
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the most skillful
physicians, but If in need -f a laxative,
one should have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere, Syrnp of
Figs stsnds highest and is most larjrely
used and gives most general satisfaction.
ARE YOU GOIXG
The Southern Pacific Comptny
have place on stle at Benson round
trip tickets to points north and east at
greatly reduced rates. Before pur
chasing your tickets call on or address
E. 8. WEBSTER,
Agent at Benson,
Or T. H. Goodvak,
G, P. A. San Francisco.
W. O. ABBOT. "
PRICES FOR JSSA XING.
Gold. ......... . ..... .. ........... $i,co
1 i -S . ...... ........ .. ...... . .
I m J . . . . ....... .......... a. X.OO
GoM ind SUry, one simple 1.35
Gold, Silver and lead, one sample ....... 3 00
k UG ......a.......... a ... .... Xc O
Zinc , 3.00
OOiceand Residence Overlook
Allen St, car 3d, (Old .CuttoHoun
1 OTATOES Z
Fresh California fruit feceivedevtry day
by express. Everything' sold at
lotMss rattu Goods delivered
rwOsS fmrtt of.9t.
Highest of all in Learcninty.Powcr. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
THE LATEST If S
The Populists En
LEADS T3 VICTORY
Carries the Cation by
Stcrm aau silver's Cham
The Silver "'onventiop Too
Come Noblv to th1 Rescue.
St. Louis 9:17 a. ns. Weather
cloudy and plvasant and, only about
half the delegates in their seat.
9:39 a. m. Convtntion called to
order and a call of states ordered for
the selection of the national com
mittee. 9:47 a. m. Nominations declsre'i
10:20 a. m Judge W.M.L. Green
of Nevada, takes the platform but is
interrupted by call for point of order.
10:25 a. m, The chairman is rap
ping for order and says be hopes the
ecenes of yesterday would not be re
10:27 Judge Green resumes hi
10;30 Judge Green declines to con
tinue his speech but yields platform to
Gen. Weaver who is presenting name
of W. J. Bryan. He makes an earnest
acd eloquent appeal for the nomina
tion of Bryan.but not an endorsemen I
Weaver rs.icludes ?5d reat cl.cr
lng. The delegates are all on their
fet. A banner bearing the words "a
crown of thorns" is being carried
around the ball. Many banners of
different states are being waved, and
the cheering is deafening.
10;o0 a. m The guidons of Arizona
Louieana, West Virginia, Idaho,
Wyoming, Michigan, New Mexico,
Missouri, South Dakota, Montana,
North Dakota, Georgia, Alabama, Ver
mont, Virginia, Mississippi, Kansas
and Minnesota all go over to the
Nebraska delegation. Great cheering
Bhode Island, Maine, Oregon and
Texas do not join the procession ef
Nebraska delegation bearing banner of
Bryan's portrait which is being carried
around the hall. Great enthusiasm.
11 a. m. G. F. Fields of Virginia is
seconding the nomination of Bryam
and mores the the rnles be suspended
and the nomination of Bryan be made
Stump of Texas ears Texas will en
dorsed Bryan if Bryan will eodorse
the Populists platform.
11:25, a, m Rollcallof statcsin
ternipted7greit confusion's chairman"
rapping for order.
Telegram frem E. V. Debs requests
that his name be not presented
Fields" motion withdrawn, acd the
rollcallof states resumed for nomin
ation. 3 1)0 p. m. Bryan 475 ; Norton, C2.
3.02 p. m Bryan nominated.
St. Louis. Congressman Towne,
of Minnesota In addressing the
Silver coaventrn said that the nom
ination of Bryan by this convention
would bring to the silver standard
patriotic and loyal support that could
not be controlled by any other can
didate. At the concl" on of Mr. Towne's
remarks it was movo ' .i Bryan be
nominated by acclamation. The mo
tion was carried. Then a scene of the
vitdest joy and eieitement took place.
! Delegates standing on chairs waving
U-s aad ba: .ers and cheering like
irild men, Band" playing national
hymns and waging the Star Spangled
Banner hih. Bryan'a picture
was brought on ne stage which was
seized by the enthusiastic crowd and
carried around the hall amidst- great
cheering and deafening applause.
Delegite Troop of Connectisut pre
sented the name of Sewall for vice
president ; gi eat shouts and cheering.
Mr. Sewall was .nominated by ac
clamation, midst the wildest excite
A Rich Tresst.
While you ate drinking Schilling's
Beit tea, every one of your faculties
is having a good time. That makes .
them y.ork with zest.
KEURAIllA cured by Dr. Mites' ?ani
Pnxs. "One cent a dose.' At all druaElsO
GEO. G. McGEE, Prop
Headquarters for visitors front Tomb
stone and surrounding country.
Best of wines, liquors and cigars always
kept on hand.
BEER ON DRAUGHT.
A FULL LINK
Constantly kept on hand. Patronage solidte
MBS, K. HATtBINGTOX, Pro
WITH THE BEST
Charges reasonable Parties going from Tombl
stone to Bisbee will hare ample time fa
dinner before the tarin arrives. Pub',
lie raironace. a respectful
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