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OUR WATCHWORD "COOHISE COUNTY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD.
TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA FRIDAY EVENING. AUGUST 7, .836.
.ity anil County Official Paper.
IUULISHED EVERY- EVENING
f Exckpt Sunday.
r rVm. Hsttich Editor and Proprietor.
-promont 8t. Opposite City Hall
-Tag Pact RSro will noi bold Itself respon
bibtff far any el the articles orsentinwtts ex
pressed by any of iu correspondents
Eatered in the Tombstone Postoffice ai
Vcoad Chit muter.
JAMES REILIY. ATTORNEY AND
Counselor at Law. Land and Mining
ca;es a specialty. Tombstone, Arizona.
M. C. STAEHLE. ATTORNEY.AT
Law and Notary Public, Tombstone,
HERRING 4 HERRING. ATTORNEYS
and Counselors at Law. Office on
"Toogimnt Street, betveen Second and
axd Third, opposite the Court House.
G EO. W. SWAIN. ATTORNEY AT
La. Will practice in all courts of the
Territory. Tombstone. Arirona,
m selor at Law. OSce n Kourth Rueel.
between Allen and Toughnut, Tomb
stone. Will practice In all the cou cl the
CHARLES GRANVILLE JOHNSTON.
1 Attorney and Counsellor at Law and
Notary Public, 431 Fremont street set.
tin ind .jth streets. A number o( the Bar ot
tirf- .wprcme Conrt of tnt Territory, and will
prtctlce in any of the courts therein.
ERTHA HERRING. TYPEWRITER
and Natary Public Tougbnut street.
AWENTWORTH. COUNTY Re
corder and Abstract.Office. Abstracts
" of title to real estate and mines furn
shed promptly and acuralely. Complete tran
scripts. Office In Court House, Tombstone,
k E. ALVORD. JUSTICE OF THE
I ' Peace. Or&ce'on Allen St: bet 3d &
L KOSK. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
. Office en 4th St. bet. Allen and
HS, GORDON. 11. D. PHYSICIAN AND
burgeon: Office adjoining his residence
on th street. Calls attended at oil hours day and
FC. EARLE. ASSAYER AND META
lugical Laboratory. q&ix N 319,
Fremont St. opposite Oty Hall.
P. & A 31.
KING SOLOMON LODGE NO. 5,
meets third Saturday in each month.
Visaing brothers cordially invited t al
ien d. W. M..J H McPHERiON.
A. L. GROW Ssec'ty.
It. A. 31
OOCHISF. CHAPTKR No. 4. MEETS
tlurd Wednesday in each month Vis
itinr Companions cordially tnvire.. 10 at
end. TOV! LOWRY, II. P.
A. WENTWORTH. Secretary.
P. O. 8. of A.
ASHINGTON CAMP NO. 1 MEETS
1st Friday evening ja each montn. a
Itmr Comrades eordullr in T. ted.
J. W. CLARK. F.esident.
L. GROW. Secretary.
A . O. U. W.
TOMBSTONE LODGE NO. 3, A. O. U.
W. meets 1st and 3d Thursday la each
month. Visiting brothe cordially in
,tI. ROBT. BEST, M. W.
Wv D. Monuosies. Recorder.
K. of P.
4 RIZONA LODGEJ KNIGHTS OF
- Pythias, No. 4.. meets ercry 1st and
d Mondays' In each month. Visiting brothers
1 sdi illy invited
W. D. MONMONIER. K. ofS.
tyV JTLCTION HOE COMPANY NO. 3.
meets First Sunday in each month ot their
'lose house on the corner of Seveth and Fre
do it streets, opposite the school house.
TOM SMITH Secretary.
lESCUE HOSE COMPANY MEETS
First Saaday in each month at City Hall,
Fmaont rave. I. V. VICKEkS.
V. V, ENTWORTH. Seetv. P.-e.i)ent.
I, N. MCDONOUGH, Foreman.
?l GINE COMPANY NO. 1, MEETS
Jj but Sunday in each month, at hose house,
cn the corner of Tuu.'m.ui nd 5th streets.
JO-EPH LIPPERT. Foreman.
HENRY DITOKEK. Secretary
F. CALVES. Prop.
Witr Pel Barrel, - 25 Cent
Water. Per Bucket - 5 Cent.
deduced Rates by the Month
Leave orders with waeon, or at tr.i
Tb 4' bK"T Owtt,(& XJVl n I
S. M. BARROW.
450 and 452 ALLEN ST,
Oil I'll II 1 1 Ml Mil.
Is Complete, Embracing all the 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.
A Specialty is -nade 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 $20 AND UPWARD.
EAT AND SHOE
Stetson, Fedora, Kenton and
Ladies and Children Dongolla and Russet Shoes,
Buckingham & Heeh's Cowboy Boots and Shoes.
Finest Footwear of Celebrated Manufacture.
Slippers,' Ties, and finest Kid Shoes.
SOLE AGENT FOR FAMOUS WATFRTOWN SHOES.
CROCKERY. HARDWARE AND,.
A full stock is carriedconsisting'of
Everyttdng at Lowest Eastern Prices
St M. BARROW
111 LI II U
other laraous Hats,
CatritlcreH 12 te
' Most people
do not know that almost all
Japan tea is colored. How
can they know? Who will
Certainly not those who
have it to sell.
Don't you care to know ?
Does it make no difference
to you whether you arc put
tinjj health or sickness into
your stomach ? Take your
encyclopntdia; look up the
words Tea and Potassium.
You will learn something you
did not khow before.
A Schilling 5r Company San Francisco
"We had an epidemic of dysentery in
this icinityjast summer," says Samuel
S. I'ollock, of Briceland, Cal. "I was
taken with it and suffered severely unt 1
someone called my attention to Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
R'Tiedy. I procured a bottle and felt
better after the first dose. Itefore one-
half of the bo: tie had been used I was
well. I recommended it to my inends
and their experience wasthevsame. We
all unite in saying it is the best." Fox
sale by Druggists.
OFFICE OK CHIEF QUARTERMASTER
Denver, Colo., August i, 1806. Seated pro
posal in triplicate subject to the usual condi
tions, will be received rw-r ntl r t cVk ra
Augusts;. 1806, and then opened, for transpor
mion of Military Supplies on Route between
Hisbee. A. T , and San Bernardino. A. T dur.
ins the fiscal year commencing uly t . 1 896. U.
& reserves right to reject any or all proposals. In
formation furnished on application. Envelopes
containing proposals should be marked : "Pro
posals fir Transportation and addressed to E.
B. ATWOOD. Maior. Chief Q. V Ai d:t.
WA JTED SOLICITORS FOR CAM
PAIGN Book "B'yan'JewiUanl Free Silrer"
atithorii-d by B-yan written by R, L. Mctcalf.
editor Omaha Wold Herald appointed author
by Bryan, contains speeches and platform. A
bonaorafo- agents; a tree silter mine for work
ers; only S r 50; the only authorized book 50 per
cent; credit Riven, freight paid; outfit free, Ile;in
now oitncnotceot territory; permanent, profi
table work for o5. Address ThewNalionaI Book
Concern, Mar building, Chicago. ai
Wanted An agent in .etery section to cant
vas. 1 to j? a dar made: sells at sUht.
also a man to sell staple goods to dealers, bes
fide line. $75 a month. Salary drlarge cormnrs;
sion maue; eipenence unnecessary, r or seated
particulars send itan.n. Clifton Soap & Manu
facturing Company, Cincinnati, Ohio.
ARCTIC ICE CO-
A. J. BISSEfT, PROPKIETOR
Pure ice delivered to any'part ol the city" Ja
2 CEjYTS FER POUjYD.
Svecial rates to families for
ice for regular customers.
rrOFKICEAXD ICE HOUSE sTH ST.TCa
AltE YOU GOING
The Southern Pacific Company
have place on otle nt ifcrtBon round
I trip tickets to points r.orth and Att
greatly reduced rates. Delors pur
ch&cing your tickets call on or address
E. S. WEBSTER,
Agent at Benson,
Or T. H. G00DMAE,
G P.A.San Francieco.
Allen Sl car3f, (Old CaitoHu i
1 OTA TOES
Frrsh California mil received every day
by express. Everything sold at
lowest rales. Goods delivered
ree to all tarts of cit.
Tsmbstmifi & Pearce
IMAIL AND STAGE LINE.
Will make semi-weekly trips to the
New Camp, on Wednesdiy and Sunday
of each week, making the round trip in
one day, carrying the U. S. mail and
KAKE(roucd trip) 3
J. 0. SUmer, River.
J. S. Williiiii, Biabp.
Clmg. Xovee, Ranch,
C. H. Raven, Huachuca.
N. A. Gill man and wife, Wilcox.
Y. XV. Wallace, Bitbee.
A. 1). Walrli, Jr. Huacliuca.
A Macliinirtli,S'n Francisco.
Mr. J'. W. Vemble, of Downey a
pioneer of Los Angeles County, Cal.,
say"!: '"Whenever I am troubled with a
pain in the stomach or with diarrhoea I
Hse Chamberlain's Colir, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. I have used it for
ear, know it to be a reliable remedy
and recommend it to every
sale by Druggists
With a. better unilcrstanditijj of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical Ills, which vanish before proer ef
forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts
riphtly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge-' that so many forms of
sickness are not ilue to any actual dis
ea.se, but Minply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which tlio pleascnt
family laxative. Syrup of Fips, prompt
ly removes. That is w hr it is the only
remedy with millions of families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial
effects are due to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organs on which it acts. It is 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. only and sold by
all reputable druggUts.
If in the enjoyment of good health,
and the system Is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not ncedrd. II
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may lie commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need -f a laxative,
one should have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere. Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives moot general satisfaction.
Bissee, July 30th, I896,
At a meeting of the People's Party County
Central Committee ot Cochise county H hereby
called to meet in B'sbee on August tath, 1896.
for the selection of eight delegates to attend
the territorial convention to be held in Phoenix
August noth, 1896; also to set the date for
holding pnm nes for the election of delegates
to a county convention which shall nominate a
People's Party ticket, and for the transaction
of such other buiissss as zaay be brsught befrrs
it. . M. E. Pessev, Chairman
G. M. Pokter, Seccetary.
O Misses Hats Latest Styles, Eastern prkesa
FLY'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
Freiro t street, opposi e Prospector.
"arefi'' attrr.tioi j;ivrn to turning o t the
Finenl vitvs and pictures of all sixes in
a mott artistic manner, superior
finish and tone.
Taktn on short notice. Groups a s e
cialty Chbinet, panel and standard
W. O. ABBOTT,
FHICES FOR ASSAYING:
Tombstone, A. T.
Gold and Sliver, one sample.... 1.25
Gold, surer ana lead, one sample....... 300
Manganese. , 1.50
Lime..... ........................ . 1.5c
Iron.......... ..... ......,,... ... 1.50
Zinc - 3.00
TV 412 ma Bil T? Adasm AA,lWrAWf wtlr
Highest of all in Leaveainir.'Power.
Miguel ou tu AAveuuijr ruwcj
TIE LATEST MS
Daring Attempt At Bank Rob
bery at Kogalcs,
BULLETS THICK AND FAST.
A Prominent Man Gives En-
NAGLE MAY BE MOBBED.
General Happenings Through
out ill Country.
Nooale3. Juil altar noon today,
most daring attempt was made to tob
the Internationl Bank of Nogales.and
the robbsrs were frustrated in their
plans only by thecoolnassand bravery
of Mr. Hsrsrra, cashisr of the bank.
John Oessart. president of tb bank,
was jmt leaving bank when three men
entered, two of them armtd with two
Colts -15 pistols and the third with
Winchester rifls. One man covered
Dm enshisr with two pistols, the man
with rifle covered Desiart while third
tried to gel to the vault. On man
went to back room where several men
were holding a meeting and madethem
all hold up their bands. He attracted
the attention ol the man who had the
cashier covered ; this furnished oppor
tunity for Harerra to gat his gun, when
the robbers left the building, mounted
horses and rode off shooting. Cashier
followed into street and emptied gun at
robbers; it is believed he hit one of the
men as he was put on horse by a con
federate. President Desiart received
slight scalp wound and a horse was
killed in the street. Posse formed
quickly and are is pursuit with good
cbanoe of capturing robbers. 2fex
ican gendarmeria out and if bandits
sross the line into Msiioo will be cap
BIRUIS6UJ.M, Ala. Further returns
from the election shows that Johnston
and the democratic ticket carried
torty-one counties, Goodwin, populist,
twenty-two. Id Pike, Cullam and
falUpo sa it was about a stand off.
Jehnatou'riofucial estimated majorities
are about 48,893, Goodwin's majorities
V.205, leaving Johnston's net majority
CtxrELAXD. The Brewu strikers
have resorted to In junction proceed
ings In their effort to bring the com
pany to terms. This evening a peti
tion was filed in the common plea
court by L. A. Buisell, attorney for
William' Stanley, taxpayer, praying
fork restraining order against the
Brown company and the major, to
prevent the calling out of Additional
military companies or the making of
a display of fore in the vicinity f
flA atABLa l.nltAi4 )s MVMWaIpa a
Dre"a m " p8"
, DwtVK. Adair Wilsoa, national
Latest U. S. Gov't Report
committeeman of the democratic
party of Colorado, arrived from the
east today. He is bnthusiast from
the east today. He is enthusiastic
over the present indications and be
lieves Bryan will carry every state
vitst oi the Alleghenier, and without
doubt carry New York.
Washington. A good deal of com
ment waa caused in political circles
today by the report that Logan
Carlisle, chief clerk of the treasury
department, and son of the secretary,
would not support the nomination ol
Bryan and Sewall. Carlisle declined
to be interviewed on the subject.
New Yojik, R. I. Cornelius Vander
bili's condition is again reported un
favorable. J: Ycc; Tha pipers la b su'l
for teparation have been served on
Henry E. Abbey, a well known
theatrical manager; by his wife, Flor
ence E, AbLay, alleging cruelty and
abandonment, Mrs. Abbey was well
known on the at ago as Florsnos
81.V Fxandisco. An afternoon paper
prints a sensational report that tha
friends of Jarnss H. Barry, who was
assaulted by Dave Kagle yesterday are
organizing a vigilance committee and
will force Nagla to leave town.
Sim Fbancisco. The Populist state
executive committea met today and
issued a manifesto endoring Bryan
for president and Watson for vice
president. The address declares that
if the Populists receive honorable and
co-operative treatment in state mat
ters by the Democratic party it would
favor an honorable union to defeat
the Republican party.
Or. Price's Cream Baking- Powder
World's Fair Hixhest AwsutJ.
GEO. G. 21cGEE, 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 LINF
Constantly kept on band, ratrooage solid te
faiubank . Arizona.
MRS. K. HARRINGTON. Pro
WITH TH BEST
Charges reasonable Parties z"Z from Tomb
stone to Bisbee will have ample time fo
dinner before the tarin arrives. Pub.
lie patronage to respect ftiUj
WwvKI. I AIJ. IrfTtfWt'.
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