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OUR WATCHWORD -"COOhlSE COUNTY FIRST, THE WORLD AR"ERWARD.
TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA SATURDAY EVENING. "AUGUST
B .JH ..H ..H
County Official Papr.
HED EVERY EVENING
iVm. llittich E-litor and Proprietor.
rVrru..t.t St., Opposite City Hull
rK VkOtrm.rO- will not hold itself respon
SilAe fjr y ol the article! or sentimetts ex
rcssed I'Y any of ill corresponderts .
b-ttml In the Tombstone
second Class matter.
VMES REILIY. ATTORNEY AND
Counselor at Law. Lirid and Mining
cases a specialty. Tombstone, Aritona.
M. C STArHLE, ATTORNEY AT
Li and Nourj Public, Tombstone,
ERSING & HERRING. ATTORNEYS
nod Counselors a Law. Cmce on
Tbiiabnnt Mreet, between Second and
aed llurd. opposite the Court House.
f"EO. W. SWAIN, ATTOKNEY AT-
la, um practice in sui courts 01 tne
"Territory. Tombstone. Ariiona.
S. CLARK, ATTORNEY ANDCOUN-
s-"'or at Law. Othce ,n rourtn MTrt,
l-tween Allen and Touehnut. Toroh-
stone. WJ1 practice in all the coj of the
-HARLES C.RANVILLE JOHNSTON.
.t Attornev and Coonellor at Law and
Not try Pubbc,42J Fremont Street aet.
tn ind JTh streets. A iu.-n.brr of the lUrol
Uus v.rfi.-!is Ccur: of iht rcrri'ory. ad tJI
jit tct:cs in'any of the court therein.
BERTHA HERRING. TYPEWRITER
and Notary Public Toughnut Sticet,
A WfiS I WORTH. COUN1Y RK
corcW and Absinct.Odice. Abstracts
of title to real estate and mines furn
died pronndr and acuratel jr. Complete tran
scripts. Crfice in Court House To-nbstone.
K. ALVORD. JUSTICE OF THE
Pease. Ofice on Allen bi: bet 3d S
I. KOSKA, JUSTICE OK THE PEACE.
i- Omcc on -jth SL bet.
HS. GORDON. M.D. PHYSICIAN AND
burgeon: Office adjoining his residence
on 4th street, CaUs attended at jJl hears day and
FC. EARI.E. ASSAYER AND MfcTA
luical laboratory. oc N'a 319,
Fremont bL. opposite City HalL
V. & A M.
rING SOLOMON LODGE NO. 5,
neets third iuturdiy in each month.
Viiiunir brouVrs cordially invited t at-
cend. W, M.J H McI'HEKjDN.
A. L. GROW ixx'ty.
1C A. M
CI OCIIISE CHAPTtR No. 4. MEETS
t th ni We mesday in each month. V
kin" Companions cordHI'vinvireioat
ead. TOM LOWRY. II. P.
A. WENTWORTH. Secretary.
P. O. S. fit A.
ASIHNGTON CAMV NO. 1 MEETS
it Fn lay erenlng n. esch month. is
lurnr Comrades cordiallr initrd.
1. W. CLARK. P.xjident.
a" js.'L. GfiOW. ScueUry.
A. O. U. AV.
TOMBSTONE LODGE NO. 3, A. O. U.
W. meets istand 3d Tharsday ',n each
mocih. Visiung brothe cordully in
tited. hOBT. BEST. M. W.
,WvD. Movmosier, Recorder.
A RIZ'jVA LODGEi KNIGHTS OF
- -. PythUs. No. a., meets every 1st and
d V.ondas" m eacli month, 1sitins brother
A. H. "EMANUEL, CC.
V. D. MONMONIEP. K. of S.
tR3TECriON IIO'-E COMPANY NO, 3.
meets Krst Sunday in escb month o their
aoshoieoo the corner ol Seventh and Fie
uo :t streets, roposite the nJiool house.
WM. GAR K Err,
RECUr. HOSE COMPANY MEEPS
Firs Sunday in "each month at City Hill,
Fr-mont saeu J. V. VICK EisS. k
ENTrt JRTH. Star. Pe idcnL
1. N McDONOLGH. ForenMX
I.-.: G1NE COMPANY NO. s, MhETS
'j last ;mii Jy in each month, at hose house,
;o '- ii.r .T roritm ami s!.i directs.
JOEKil UPPER r. Foreman.
HEJ.'RY qL NKER. eerrary
K CALVES, Prop.
.(tcr I'erJIarrCl,- 25 CenU
Vater. J'er P.rscket - 5 Cente.
icducea Rates by the Month
Leave orders vrith wagon, o" at thi
S, M. BARROW.
450 and 452 ALLEN ST,
r-DRY GOODS . DEPARTMENT
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.
OTS F01ISMG DEPARTMENT
A Specialty is -nade of this Department and the price,
style and quality are bound to please.
CLOTHING SHIRTS, UN DERWARE NECKTIES, ETC
MARYS VILLE AND OREGON UNDERWARE.
NEAT NOBBY SUITS FROM $10 AND UPWARD.
HAT AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS
Stetson, Pedora, ICenton and other far.ious Hats,
Ladies and Children Dongolla and Russet Shoes,
Buckingham & Hech's Cowboy Boots and Shoes.
Finest Footwear of Celebrated Manufacture.
Slippers Ties, and finest Kid fchoes.
SOLE AGENT FOR FAMOUS WATFRTOWH SHOES.
GBOCKERY. HABDTOE AID .SADDLERY
A fulljstock is'carriedconsisting'of
Cioclccry, . Tinware,
CcttGrlass, KJmns;, JPistolM,!
, Fancy Cups, Oatridj?eIEtc
Canvass 1I7ent4, Harness
Wagon Covers, Hatldles, -
Everyttdng at Lowest Easte rnlPiic
& M. BARROW,
i Always !
It lias been said of Emer
son that, no matter how high
his genius may soar, his feet
are sure to be on the ground
he is ahvaj's sensible and
This is true a!so of Seiil
ling Jtcstcz. It rises to
heights of delicacy and poetic
charm heretofore unknown to
most drinkers of tea; but it
is always pure and honest,
healthful and invigorating.
It is always money-backed.
At quick grocers.
Also pure and money-backed: Schil
ling's Beit coffee, baking-ponder, soda,
spices, and flavoring extracts.
ASchillin: & Company San Francisco
"'We had an epidemic of djsemery in
this vicinity" last sumnier," says Samuel
o. rouocK, oi tiriceund, Cal. 'I ws
taken with it and t ulTcred severely until
someone called my attention to Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. I procured a bottle and felt
better after the first dose. Before one-
naif of the bott'e had been used I was
welL Irecommeaded it to my Iriends
and their experience w is the same. We
all unite in saying it is the best." for
sale by Druggists.
THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF
a Cochise oxinty will receive s-alcd propo
alsfo- furnishing ibe county with 20 cords of
B ack Jack wood and s-cord of Jun-per wood
Uibedeireredat thecoirt hjine. For further
panicuhrs see the cleric of the board. All pro
posal mist be filed with ihe cleric of the board
on 01 before the 34th day of August. I896, at a
JOHN S. WILLIAMS,
By W. A, Haxu ood,
OFFICE OF CHIEF QUARTERMASTER
Denver, Colo , August 1, 1896. Sealed pro
posals in triplicate subject ts-tl nsaal- coadt
tions, mil! be received here until 11 o'clock a. m
August 15 i86, and then opened, for transpor
t tion of Military Supplies on Route beUeen
Risbee. A. r., and Sin B-mirdino, A T dur
mj the fiscal yearcommeccins July t. "890. U.
S reserves nht to rejec any or all proposals. In
formation furnished on application. Envelopes
containing proposals should be marked: "Pro-
rvrtI fr JJV-... jl- .-J 4j.-.-j j- j.
b"AI WOOD. Kjor, ChiefQ, V Ai d4t-
WA 41fcD SOLICITORS FOR CAM
PAIGN Bool. "Brvan Scwall anl Free Silver"
a'llhoni d by B-ran written by R. 1 Metcalf,
edi'or Omaha Wo-kl Hera'd appslnted author
Dy rrj-an contains speeches and platform A
bunania fo' aeents. alree silver mine for work
ers; only ti 5": the only authorited hook 50 per
cent, creail give 1: freight paid; outfit free, Bej n
now uitn cnoice 01 lerniory; permanent, pron
table work for "0. Address "Ihe National Book
Concern, Star building, Chicago. ai
Wanted An agent in every section to cant
vas. 1 toscadav made: sells at slht.
also a man to sell staple goods to dealers, bes
jide line. $75 a month. Salary or Lirg-commis;
sion rasae; evpenence unn'cessiry. 1 or seuea
partic-Sars sesd staap. tiftoa heap iJIasra
faaarinj Company, Cincinnati. OhiA,
ARCTIC ICE CO-
A. J. BISSErT, PKOPHIETOB
Pure ice delivrred toanypart cl the cityjja
2 CENTS PER PO UJVD
Svecial rates to families for
ice for regular customers. E
3"0FFICAND ICE HOUSE-jTH ST.-
Allen St near 3d, .(Old Custom,Houfc)
Freth California fruit receixednery day
by exprtu. Everything told at
lowest raUs. Goods delivered
rce to all varit of eil.
TomMoiie & Pearce
MAIL AND STAGE LINE.
Will make semi-weekly trips to the
New Camp, on Wednesday and Sunday
of each week, making the round trip in
one day, carrying the U. S. mail and
FAKEUound trip) --..4tj
C. W.Wise. St. Louis.
W. C. Vanugli aud wife.Ritncb,
Wiu. Kitlew, "
.8 AX JOsK.
D. Brown, Denver.
J". EiiMell, San-FrBnciiieo.
rrelty Uold Talk.
For some reason or other advertiser
dcti't. like to cll a epade a ppadf. If
they linve ny Krievancea againn a
rival, they ueaallj talk about it in
But A. ShiIIing & Co. of San
Francisco are coming right out in Ihe
plainest kind of talk. They eay that
the teas most largely consumed in the
United S'aten are adulterated and
One cac't very well accuse this firm
of mUrepreeentai'on ; for they hae
the Iiigheet poiaibls t-tanding in the
trade, and what U more, thtir state
ments reflect not only upon teas sold
We guess tlicy will be believed.
FOR SALE Hone, buggy
and harness Horse, large
and easy kept, gentle; buggy
in good ronditian. Entire
outfit for $55 cash, mu t be
so d quick. A banjain En
quire of the "Prospector"
TXitha better undcrstandintj ofthe
irttliarctili uuturv 01 luuumuv piije
leal ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
thekno-.ledre, that so many foniiof
sickness arc not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxativcSyrupof Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with mlllionsof families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value pood 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
fisial effects, to note when yon 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 arc then not needed. If
afflicted tvith 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. Syrup of
Figsstc)ds highest and is most largely
ased and gives most general satisfaction.
FLY'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
Fremo t sirret, opposi e Prospector
Careful attti'Tor;iver- 'otuinrgo t thr
Finest ni'tr and picture of all sixes in
a rujst arthtic manner, superior
finish and ton.
Taken on short notice. Groups a t e
cialty Chbinet, panel and standard
W. O. ABBOTT.
PRICES FOR ASSA-YWU.
Tombstone, A. T.
Lead... ... t.oo
Gold and Silver, one sample....... 1.35
Gold. Silrer and lead, one sample 200
chopper.. .............................. 1.5Q
0llCa. a . a ............. ............... I.JO
I ,ntcv a I0
irOi.r . 150
Ofkeaad Residence 0 verleck
Highest of all in Leaveninjr.Powcr. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
THE LATEST If S
Bryan is Satisfied With Ills
NEW YORK TIMES SOLD.
Another Bank fs Held Up And
the Robbers Secure
Geaeral Happenings Tlirougrli
out the Couutry.
Ciikistiania. Verdenagana, a daily
newspaper of this city, has received
the following telegram from Dr. Nan-
son! "Home safe after a fortunate
New York. The New York Time
waa sold to lay under an order of the
court. The property was bid in bv a
reorganiz.tion company headed by
Spencer Trask for 188.O0O. Adolpti
Oohcs of Chattanooga will become
Dtiblixher and general manager of the
New York Times.
Si York. If Mr. Bryan had uny
loubt'of the succets of hit speech
last night be did not show it this
morning. He was up eatly, read the
newspapers, huersiews and comments.
Adverse articles did not semi to worry
him in tho least. Ho was especially
gratified in fc, all the newspapers
printed his speech. Asked for his
opinion on the various articles and
criticisms, he said with a smile: "I
lid not expc. to overcome all pre
judice at one blow. Neither did I
expect to set North river on fire with
oratory. It was not the time for
oratory but for seriona argument and
discussion. I am pleased rrith :st
ship, City otTopeaka, arrived today
from Alaska with 185 passengers, forty
of whom are miners returning from
CooW'u Inlet. Among them was O.
D. Fairbanks of Adrian, Mich., photo
grapher, who went to Cook's Inlet for
ihe purpose of making panoramic
views. Ho asssrts that not a single
tind of gold has been struck in that
country and thatatSunrise City there
are now 1,000 man who are without
money and have only enough provi
sions to last a short time. Fairbanks
says that unless the government sende
relief many are destined to die of
starvation in th oearfutnr.
Demvek, Colo. A special to the Re
publican from Focatello, Idaho, says
word was received here this evening
from Montpeher, Idaho, that this
afternoon t'jree masked men rode in
to town on horseback, stopping vin
front of th? Bank of Montpelier.
They dismounted and compelled ' six
men who were standing in front of
tho bank l go- iaaid. Two ol tb
desperados then coverrd the men with
revoUers while the third went behind
the counter and emptied all the cash,
in sight into three sacks. The robber
then mounted their horsei and rode
out ol town. Shenfl Davii organized
a posse of men "-to are in pursuit of
the robbers thirty minutea behind.
A man nmed I. J. IVakelin report
ed at Phenix that near Ibo Agua Fria
river a mile north and a couule of
hundred yards of the Beecbatn place
he came upon a camp situated in a
bnnch of metquite. There were
plenty of provisions and camp utensils
but the aspect of the plsce showed
no one had been present for several
days. He is one cf the opinion that
that the parly, evidently a Mexican
had got lost on the desert aud perish-
Farmers and dairymen of the Sail
river valley have decided to start a
crenmery and the onlysurprise is that
they did not do so long ago. It will
be erected in Phoenix and work is to
Detain as soon as a site is selected.
Wm, Collister, a teamster for J. P.
Finrgan, was working with a fractious
horse at Chloride, near Kingman,
when the animal kicked him in the
head, breaking his jaw. He is badly
injured and it will be some time be
fore he will be able to go to work
Church UN ot ices.
Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m.
Preaching at the usual hour in 'the
A cordial invitation is extended to
' D. Roberts,
Sunday School at 2 o'clock p. m.
GEO. Q. McGEE, Prop
tTezdjuarters for visitors from Tomb
stone and surrounding country.
Best of wines, liquors and cigars always
;. kept on hand.
BEER ON DRAUGHT.
Constantly kept on hand. iPatronaje soKdte
MRS. K. HARRINGTON, Pro
WITH TH BEST
Charge, reasonable Parties .joihj from Tomb
stone t Bisbee win have ample lima fe '
dinner before the tarin arrives. Pah.
lie patronage is respect? ullr .
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