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OUR WATCHWORD- "COOHISE COUNTY FIRST, THE WORLD AR"ERWARD.
TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA FRIDAY EVENING. AUGUST 14. t8g6.
Mty nml County Official Paper
PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING
$m. Eittieh Editor and Proprietor.
Trcitin( 8t.t Opposite City Hall
. ' Tit Pi f rmcroa will not hold itself respoa-
jtte farjUk).i-VmKuata or sentim els ex
jtjtnsed by any " correspondents
v'JEntem) ia the Tombstone Postomcc as
tiuuq vmm wurr.
J' AMES REILI.Y. ATTORNEY AND
'Counselor at Lav. Land and Mining
v. cases a specialty. Tombstone, Arizona.
it. C. STAEHLE. ATTORNEY AT
L cad Notary Public, Tombstone,
ERRING HERRING. ATTORNEYS
and Counselors a Law. Cttice on
Tourhnut Street, between Second and
and Third, opposite tbe Court House.
G" KO. AV. SWAIN. ATTORNEY AT.
La. Will practice in alleocrtsef tbe
Temtorf. Tombstone. Arizona,
S. CLARK, ATTORNEY ANDCOUN.
selor at Law. Omce on r ourlh htieet.
between Alien and Touchnut. Tomb
stone. Will practice in all the cou ol tne
HARLES GRANVILLE JOHNSTON.
Alinmey ana counsellor ai ulw acu
Not-u-r-Puhuc. aar Fremont street xt.
atn and 5th' streets. A luenibrr of tbe Bar 01
tlie .wprccv? Coort of the rerritory. and will
pt ictee in any of tie courts therein.
ERTHV HERRING. TYPEWRITER
and -N alary Public Toojrmut 5rtrri
A WENTWORTH. COUNTY Re
corder and Abstract.OrEce. Abstracts
. o! title 10 real estate and mines furn
shed promptly and acurately. Complete tran.
scripts. Cnice 'in .Court House.- Tombstone.
E. ALVORD, JUSTICE OF THE
Peace. Office on Allen bt: bet 3d &
L KOSSCA. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
L Office on '4th St. bet. AEea and
HS. GORDON. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND
burgeon: Office adjoining his residence
'c6n4tlr5treet. Calls attended atillhodrs day and
FC. EARLE. A5SAYER AND META
fugica! Larorstory. oSee N 319.
Fremont St. opposite City IlalL
F. & A 31.
'ING .SOLOMON LODGE NO. 5,
mets third iaiurtur in eacn roontn.
Visiting brothers cordially invited t at
tend. W.m.,J K M.rIEnO.. "
A. U-GROW Sec'ty. ,
It. A. J1
COCHISE CHAPTER No. 4. MEETS
ia rd Wednesday in each month Vis
iting Companions cordially inrireu to at
end. , TOM LOWRY, II. P.
A. WENTWORTH. Sreretarr.
P. O. S. of A.
WASHINGTON CAM? NO. 1 MEETS
tst Friday evening ia each month. Vis
iting Comrades cordially invited.
A. L. GROW, becretary.
A.O. U. W.
"lOM55TONiv LOSGK- NO. 3. A. O. U.
I W. meets 1st and 3d Thursday in each
month, Visiting Brothe cordially in
,ltea. kOBT. BEST. M. W.
W. D. MONMOSIF.B, Recorder.
K. of P.
4 RIZUNA LODGE I KNIGHTS OF
i. Pythias. Ne. 4.. meets every 1st and
1! cedars' i each scath. Visit&g broll-cr
trdj .Iy invited
A. H.EMANUEL, C.C.
V. D. MONMOMER K. of a
fK3Tfc.C nON HO-E COMPANY NO. 3.
meets First Sunday in each moniL ot their
tKbe bou.'e on (be corner ol Seventh and Fre
110 :t streets, opposite the school bouse.
TOM SUITl I Secretary.
rECl5W. HOSE COMPANY MEETS
f" Fim Stiaday u each month at City Hall
1 Fremont snroet. J.V.VICKEkS.
..WENTWORTH, Secty. v P-e ident.
I. N. McDON"OUGH.-Fo.n.
f,-:GINE: COMPANY NO. X, MtETS
i'j Ian SuaJay ia each month, at hose bouse,
en the irnef of Tougtu.ui anJ Jlh slreeu.
JOSEPH LIPPERT. Foreman.
HE!RY DI NKER. becretary.
K. CALVES. Prop.
Water 1'ei ItarrJ, - 25 f eat
vValpr. I'er Bucket - 5 Ctats
led&ed.P.atcs by the Month
Leare.order wilh wa?nn, or at thi
In ' - 'rrsn -
S. M. BARROW.
450 and 452 ALLEN ST.
Is Complete, Embracing all
- Textures, ratterns, and hades ol 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
MARYSVILLE AND OREGON UNDERWARE.
NEAT NOBBY SUITS FROM $10 AND UPWARD.
M Al SHOE DEPARTPTS
Stetson, Fedora, Kenton and other iar.ious Hats,
Ladies and Children Dongolla and Russet Shoes,
Buckingham & Hech's Cowboy Boots and Shoes.
Finest Footwear of Celebrated Manufacture.
Slippers,VTie, and finest Kid Shoes.
SOLE AGENT FOR FAMOUS WATFT.TOWN SHOES.
KERY. RAMABE AND SABDLERi
A fullstock is'carriedconsiBtingJof
Everything at Lowest Easte inlPrices
S, M. BARROW,
the latest Styles, Designs,
Do you know how the tea
you drink is made ?
We don't or, if we do, we
don't like to think of' it. No
greatamountofdirt, we guess,
until it comes to the firing
(roasting). Then the naked
natives; with their J sweatv
$ hands -fauchL -
Schilling's Best is roasted
by machinery in San Fran
cisconobody's hands touch
it while it is hot and sensitive.
It is the best tea, roasted
fresh, roasted clean.
At your grocer's no risk
in trying it; your money back
if you don't like it
Schilling's Self coffee, bskinff-pow
5er, soda, spices, and flavoring-extracts,
re also money-backed.
A ScAUlinf & Company San Francisco
"We had an Vdemic of dysentery in
this vicinity lasi.ylmmer," says Samuel
S. Pollock, of BrtCeland, Cal. "I was
taken with it and suffered severely until
some one called my attention to Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhnr a
Remedy. I procured a bottle and felt
better after (he first dose. Before one
half of the bottle had been used I was
well. I recommended it to my friends
and their experience was the same. We
all unite m saying it is the best." Tor
sale by Druggists.
THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF
JL Cochise countr will receive sealed dtodo
wis fo- furnishing the county with ao cords of
U'-ack Jack wood and : cords of lunioer wood
to be delivered at the court house. For further
particulars see the clerk: of the board. All pro
posals must be filed with the cletk of the board
on or before the 24th day of August. 1 896, at 3
JOHN S. WILLIAMS.
Bjr V. A, Hakmood.
OFFICE OF CHIEr QUARTERMASTER
Denver. Colo., August 1. 1896. Sealed pro
posals in triplicate subject to the usual condi
tions, will be received here until 11 o'clock a. m
August 15 1S0S, and then opened, for transport
ution of Military Supplies on Route between
Bisbee. A. I".. and San Bernardino. A. T. d'.'.r.
ing tbe fiscal year commencing July 1, 1896. U.
S reservesright to reject any or all proposals. In
formation fnrn jhtd C2. ppli' i" ESTClCpCS
containing proposals should br-marled: "Pro
posals ton ransportation and addressed to t.
a ATWOOD. Major. Chief Q. V Al-d4t.
W A n ED SOLICITORS FOR CAil
PAIGN Book "Bryan Sewalland Free Silver"
authoriz d by Bryan written by R, L. Metcalf,
ecitor umana woria rieraia appoictea autnor
by Bryan, contains speeches and platform. A
bonanza for gvau; free silver mine for work
ers; only 8i.$o; the only authorized book 50 per
cent; credit given; freight raid; outfit free. Begin
now with choice of territory; permanent, profi
table work for '96. Address The National Book
Concern, Star boiling, Chicago. ai
O Misses Hats Latest Styles, Eastern priiesa
ARCTIC ICE CO-
K. 3. BI8SEfT, PBOPRIETOK
Pure ice delitrred toany'part oi tbe city2a
2 CENTS PER FOUND-
Svecial rates to families for
ice for regular customers. I
T3FFICZAND ICE HOUSE jTH ST.X
Allen S. n -ar 3d, ,(OId Custom House.)
Fresh California fruit reeeiveittery day
by tzprets. Everything- told at
Uncut ralet. Goods delivered
ree to aU carts of etft.
ToQiistoiie k Mm
3sAIL AND STAGE LINE.
Will mafce semi-weekly trips to the
New Camp, on Wednesday and Sunday
of each week, makine the round trip in
lone day, carrying the U. S. mail and
'FARE tjraond trip) Si
&? the Yun.a" Sentinel: The
Yuma Indiana are having a great deal
of pport the-e dayr playing a game
called "Otiuiu" (ball) on Sfain street.
iiaruiyauay pasei .but a game it
plyd for a wager. An ordinary wood
en ball the size of a croauet ball ia
Tha gamo is played aimiliar lo foot
hall, except ia-itcal of kicking the
Indian pushes his toe under it and
Jhenjhrowi it a far an he c,n., ThUi
ti continued on a dead run until the
hall ia thrown or r the home plate.
Thelndinn fortunate enough to git
his ball over the home pla'e first is
the winner. The distance to ran and
throw the ball varies, but, will average
a quarter of a mt'e. We witnessed a
game late lat Saturday afternoon be
tween four Indians stripped to the
"gee string." It wa very interesting
and the Yutnas Ijng black hair wav
ing in the breeze and tbeir copper
colored body glistening in the last
setting rays of the scorching sun was
a sight long to be remembered.
Tlio Canadians bate decided to
taboo American silver, but Mr. Astor
raports that in upper English society
circles American gold is just as popu
ar as ever. Chicago News.
ith a tieltor understanding of the
transient nature of the maw phys
ical Ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the kno-.v ledge, that so many forms pf
sickness are not due to any actual dis
eaM;, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative. Syrup of FigS. prompt
ly removes. Thnt is why it is the only
remedy with millions of families, and is
every where esteemed so highly tr 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 druggists.
If in the enjoyment of good health,
and the system "is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the roost skillful
physseicrr. bt if in nccd-f lassies,
one should have the best, and with tha
well-informed everywhere. Syrup of
Figs steids highest and is most largely
used and gives most general satisfaction.
1 XTanted An aeent in every section tocant
V V ras. $4 to $5 a day made; sells M sight
also a man to sell staple goods to dealers, bes
ilde line. $75 a month. Salary or large commis;
sion mide: etDerienoe unneccssarr. For sealed
particulars send stamp. Clifton itoap It Manu
facturing Company, Cincinnati, Ohio.
FLY'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
Freiro t street, opposi e Prospector.
( U SPECIALTY
Careful attention given to turning o t the
Finest t 'wi nml jiriurr of all sixes in
a tuOft artistic manner, superior
finish and tonr..
JsV M.C rJCT:3E
Taken on short notice. Gicups a s e
cialiy Chbinet, panel and standard
W. O. ABBOTT.
PRICES FOR jZSSAH&G.-
TOHBSTOSK, A. T.
Gold and Silver. One sample z.35
Gold. Silver and lead, one sample....... 300
Copper. .,....... x.50
Silica.. ...... . ...,... x.50
Manganese............... .... .. T.50
tame...... ........................ . .50
Iron. ............. .............. ... x.50
Anc. .......................... . ..... 1 00
Highest of all in Leavcnin.'Power.
THE LATEST MS
Bryan's Master Speech at
BANNA'S INFLUENCE FELT.
At Washington and Fears En
tertained Colorado Re-
Ocaeral Ilappeainys TUronh
ont tlie Couutry.
New York. Upon the conclusion
of Governor Stons's speech Mr. Bryan
said in part:
Mr. Chairman, gentliraeu of the
committee and fellow-citizens. I shall
at a future day and in a formal letter
accept the nomination which is now
tendered me by the notification com
mittee and I shall at that time touch
ipon the issues presented by the
platform. It is fitting however that
at this lime in the presence" ol thost
here assembled I speak in regard to
the campaign upon which we are now
entering. I do not underestimate the
forcrs arrayed against nr, nor am I
unmiud'ul of the importance of tbe
struggle in nbicb we are engaged; but
relying for success upon tbe righteous
ness of our cause we will defend with
all possible vigor the positions taken
by our party. We are not surprised
thet some of our opponents in tbe ab.
sence of better argument resort to
abusive epithets, but tbey may rest
assured that no language however vio
lent, or invective however vehement
will lead us to depart a single hairV
breadth from tbe course marked out
by the national covention. Citizens
either public or private who assail tbe
cberactkT and questions the patriotism
of tbe delegates assembled in the
Chicago convention, assails the char
acter and questions the patriotism of
the millions who have arrayed them
selves under tbe banner raised there.
vVe are not surprised to find arrayed
against us those who are the benefi
caries of government favoritism. Tbey
have resd one platform. Nor are we
lurprued to learn that we must in
ttis campaign face tbe hostility of
those who find pecuniary advantagr
in advocating tbe doctrine of non in
terference when great rggregations of
wealth are trespassing upon the rights
of individuals. We welcome such op
poeitioa. It is the highest endorse
ment which ooald be bestowed upon
Nashville, Tenn., Tbe Republi
can convention nominated tbe Hon.
G. N. Tillman for govsrnor.
Elkexsbcro, Wash., Ia bis intro.
ductory remark at the time he called
the free silver convention to order
Attorney General Jones created some.
tiling of a sensation by declaring that
Latest U.S. Gov't Report
had emisariet in this city for the pur
pose of preventing fu.ion and that he
also bad detectives here mixing with
the Populist delegates in order to cir
cumvent the desire of free silver re
publicans and democrats to put a
combination ticket in tbe field.
New Yokk The total number of
deaths in this city from heat yesterday
as reported to the police headquarters
up to 2 p. m. was forty-nine ;' pros t rat
Denver Tbe Republican state com
mittee today itsued a call for the state
convention for September9ib. There
will thus be two state convention,
one called by the followers of Senator
Wolcott, the other by the followers o
Cuato, Cal., James D. Showftn
while on his way home near Concha
was shot and killed from ambush by
an unknown asassin.
Andsrsojj, Cal., rhe cannery and
machinery of the Anderson Canning
&. Picking company, owned by Dan
Cover and J. T. Ryan, burned at five
o'clock yesterday morning; also sev
eral cottage adjoining. Loss $ 10.00C.
GEO. G. aieGEE. Prop
HeadiuarttTS for visitors from Tjinb
I stone and surrounding country.
Best of wines, liquor? and cigars always
kept on hand.
BEER ON DRAUGHT.
Constantly kept on hani. Patronige solidte
MRS. K. HARRINGTON, PVj
WITH TH BEST
Char es reasonable Parties gjing from Tomb
stone t EUuocwiH have ample time fo
dinner before the taria arrives. Pat.;
be patronage is respectfully
Excursion Rates to Santa Hon
icaandthe Sea Coast
S. P. R.R. FROai BBNSOI? .
To parties desiring to go to the ser
sbore to spend the summer arid enjoy
the cool salt water breeze, should take
advantage of the excursion rale of
BENSON TO SANTA MONICA.
Tickets good for CO days. For further
information apply to
'Agent at Benson,
Or T. A. GooDuur,
a F. A., fcUa Fraacieeo.
be had evident lat Mark Jlanna