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OUR WATCHWORD--"COCHlSE COUNTY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD.
TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA MONDAY EVENING. AUGUST 17. 1S06.
.ity and County Official Paper.
-'rUlSUSHKD EVERY EVENING
tYin. Uatiic'i Editor and Proprietor.
Vnimnnt St., Opposite City Hall
" TflSTlit)! PB -TO will net hold itself respon
sftilr for an; of the articles or sentiments ex
pressed by any of its correspondents
Entered ia the Tombstone Postolhc. as
5-cond Gars matter.
JAMES KEILIY. ATTORNEY AND
Counselor a t Law. Land and Mining
cases a specialty. Tombstone, Arizona.
M. C &TAEHLE, ATTORNEY AT
Law Rod Notary Public, Tombstone,
HERR1NO 4 HERRING. ATTORNEYS
and Counselors at Law. Office on
Toughnot Street, between Second and
ard Third, opjvsite the Court House.
GEO. W.Wa7nATTORNEY AT
La. Will practice in all courts of the
Territory. Tombstone. Arizona.
& CLARK. ATTORNEY AND COUN'.
m ielor at Law. OSes on Fourth Street.
betne-a Allen and Tougbnut. Tomb
.stoce. W'Jl practice in all the cou of the
HARLES GRANVILLE JOHNS I ON,
1 Attorney, anil Counsellor at Law and
Noiiry Public, air Fremont street act.
sin fid 5ih streets. A member of the Baroi
ll.e Miprcme Court of tht rtmtorr, and will
pr ict.ee in any of the courts therein.
BIZRTHA HERRING, TYPEWRITER
a;d Notary Public Toughnut Street,
A WEN 1 WORTH. COUNTY Re
corder and Abstract .OSce. Abstracts
of title (o real estate and mines forn
sVJ promptly and acurately. Complete Iran
svnpls. Cfnce in Court House, Tombstone,
E. ALVORD. 1UST1CE OF THE
Peac, Offic on Allen Jiu bet. 3d &
' 4th. Toinbs.ene, '
L KOSKA. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Uiace on 4th at. bet. Alien and
HS, GORDON. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon: Office adjoining his residence
oh fh street. Calls attended at all henrs day and
C. EARLE. A3SAYER AND META
Ingical laboratory. oce No 3:9,
Fremont St. opposite City Hall.
F. & A JI.
KING SOLOMON LODGE NO. 5,
meets third Saturday in each month.
Visitine brothers cordially invited t at
tend. W, M..J H MCPHERSON.
A L. GROW Ste'ty.
it. A. 31
C,OCIII5F. CHAPTER No. 4. MEETS
1 th rd Wednesday in each month Vis
iting Companions cordially invirouio at
eui TOM LOWRY, II. P.
A. WENTWORTH. Secretary.
V. O. S. of A.
WASHINGTON CAMP NO. 1 MEETS
1st Friday evening m each month. Vis
itine Comrade cordially invited,
J. W. CLARK. President.
A. L. GROW. Secretary.
A. O. U. AY.
J-OMBSrONE LODGE NO. 3. A. O. U.
I W. meets rst and 3d Thursday in each
month Visiiinp; brothe cordially in
t!ti. kOBT. BESTTM. W.
W. D. Monvoxif.k, Recorder.
k. of r. . T"
4 RIZONA LODGE KNIGHTS OF
Pyllitts, No. 4., meets every 1st and
d Mondays' in each month. Visiting brother!
I rrdiiDy invited
A. H. EMANUEL, C.C
W. D. MON'MONIER K. of S.
IJVKJTECriON HOSE COMPANY NO, ,3.
X. rneits First Sunday in each month ot tnor
ocue house on the corner of Seventh and Fre
no :t streets, opposite the school house.
T51I SMITH Secretary.
r-jICUE' HOSE COMPANY MEEDS
n rrot Sunday ra each month at City Hall.
Fremont reet. J.V. VIOKEiCs.
. V. ENTYVO'.t TH. Secty. P.-e jdcat.
J. N. MCDONOUGH. Foreman.
I.V CASK CuMPANY NO. 1, MEETS
j last Sand y in each month, at hose house,
:a l'jf nraa of foogtiout and 5th streets
I XEI-H LIPPERT. Foreman.
HENRY DUNKER. Secretary
F GAI-VES, Trop.
Water l'c. Barrel, - 25 Cent.
Water. Pri3ucket - 5 Cents.
leduced Rates by the Month
Leave onters with icaeon, or at thi
1 1 41 Uovn OoaocrtKM
S. M. BARROW,
450 and 452 ALLEN ST,
Oil I'll II I CM Sill.
Is Complete, Embracing all
Textures, Patterns, and shades oJ a large
and well selected stock of
Dress Goods, Silks, Sateens, Checks
Ribbons, Laces, Hoisery,
Etc. Etc. Etc;
. MEN'S FMSM& DEPARTMENT
A Specialty is -nade of this Department and the price,
style and quality are
CLOTHING SHIRTS, UNDERWARE NECKTIES, ETC
MARYSVILLE AND OREGON UNDERWARE.
NEAT NOBBY SUITS FROM $10 AND UPWARD
fiiT AID S1E
Stetson, Fedora, Kenton and other iamoua Hats,
Ladies and Children Dongolla and Russet Shoe3,
- Buckingham k Hech's Cowhoy Boots and Shoes.
Finest Footwear of Celebrated Manufacture.
" Slippers,3Tie8, and finest Kid Shoes.
SOLE AGENT FOR FAMOUS WATFRTOWN SHOES.
A fulljstock isjcarried'consisting'of
Cat;Crlas, Ouns. JPistolw,
JEaicy Cups. CJatridg-esEtc
CanvaHH Tents, Harness
"Wagon Covers, Saddles,
Everything at Lowest Easts xn Prices,
the latest Styles, Designs,
bound to please.
do you drink tea for to wash
down food with ?
Water will do that.
Because it tastes good ?
Then why don't you use
the good-tasting tea.
The " cheap " colored teas
are made of the toughest
leaves. Not even the lowest
class of Japanese, who work
for almost nothing and stand
naked over the roasting nans
and drop their sweat into it,
will touch'such tough-leaf tea.
This tea is weighted with
gypsum to make it heavy, and
painted (often with poison) to
make it pretty.
"We had an epidemic of dysentery in
this sicinity last summer," says Samuel
S. Pollock, of Rriceland, Cal. "I was
taken with it and suffered severely until
someone called my attention to Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. I procured a bottle and felt
better.aftcr the first dose. Before one
half olthe bottle had been used I was
welL 1 recommended it to my friends
and their experience wis the same. We
all unite in saying it is the best." For
sale by Druggists.
T'UB BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF
X Cochise COnntV will rrfir A nrnrvn
salsfo' furmshinj the orunty ith 20 cords of
j 4ck acK wooa ana 5 corns 01 Juniper ood
tobedchveredat the court home. For further
paniculars Jee the cleric of the board. All nri-
posals must be'filed wilh she cleric of il.e board
oairbefore the 24th day of August. I896, at a
JOHN S. WILLIAMS,
Dy W. A, Hakwood.
OFFICE OF CJHEF QUARTERMASTER
Denver. Colo.. Auzust 1. 1806. Sealed Dro-
rosals In triplicate subject to the usual condi
tions, will be receded here until n o'clock a. m
August is. i8o5. and then opened, for transoor.
ttion of Military Supriies en Route between
Bisbee. A.T.. and San IVmardino. A. T. dur.
Ine thefiscalycarcommeccinzlulri. 18C&. U.
S reierresrijbt to reject any or all proposals. In
formation furnished on application. Envelopes
containing, proposals should be marked -. pro
posals tor transportation and addressed to E.
a ATWOOD, Major. Chief Q. V Ai-dat.
A 41 ED SOLICITORS rOR CAM-
PAIG.V Boole "Bryan Sewall ant Free Silver"
authoriz-dby B-yan Titten by R, L. Metcalf,
editor.Omaha o-ld Herald appoirted author
by Bryan, contains speeches and platform. A
bonaszafor acents: afree silver mine for work
ers, only S1.50; theonly authorized book 50 per
cent, credit given, freight paid; outfit free, Beyn
"o mui cuuice oiicrniory; permanent, pron
table work for 'tfi. Address The National Book
Concern, btar buildmg-, Chicago. ai
Wanted An agent in crery section to 'cant
vas. u to t; a day made: '-" at ivh:
also a man to sell staple goods to dealers, bes
ride line, $75 a month. Saury or large commis;
sion made; experience unnecessary.. For sealed
particulars send stamp. Clifton Soap &lanu
facturing Ci mpany, Cincinnati, Ohio.
AECTIC ICE CO-
A. J. BIS3ErT, PROPRIETOK
Pure ice delivered to anyjpart ol the cityj Ja
2 CENTS PER PO UjYD.
Svecial rates to families for
ice for regular customers. I
X3-0FFJC2AND ICE HOUSE 5TH ST."S
GUM fVlAXEY, I
Allen St near 3d, (Old Custom House.
. OTA TOES
Frfth California rail received every day
by exprets. Everything told at
loaett rates. Gevds delivered
ree to all varts of cit.
MuMe & Pearce
MAIL AND STAGE LINE.
Will make semi-weekly trips to the
Near Camp, on Wednesday and Sunday,
ol each weeK, making the round tnp ia
one day, carrying the U. S. mail and
FARE (.round trip) $4
O.W, Wise, St. Louis.
W.O. Vanugh and wife, Ranch,
D. Brown, Denver.
Herbert Brown, Tueeon.
H. Nelson, El Paso.
H.F. Hall, San FrAncisco.
FOR SALE Horse, buy
and harness Horse, larjre
and easy kept, gentle; buggy
in good condition. Entire
outfit for $55 cash, must be
so'd quick. A bargain En
quire of the "Prospector"
With a better understanding of the
transient nature of tho many phys
ical ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that bo maDy forms of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of Uie system, which the pleascnt
family laxative, Syrupof Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the onlv
remedy with millions of families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value good health. Its benelicial
effects are clue to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organs on which it acts. It is therrforo
alHmportant, in order to get its Lene
flcial effects, to note when yon pur
cha&e, that yon have U10 genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by
all refutable druggists. "
If In the enjoyment of good hetith,
and the syst m is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not necdeL If
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need jf a laxative,
one should have the best, and with tha
well-informed everywhere, Syrup of
used and gives most general satisfaction.
ARE YOU GOU.'G -
E A. 25 KJD
The Southern Pacific Company
bare place on sale 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. Goodmas,
O. P. A. San Francisco.
FLY'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
Fremo t street, opposi e' Prospector,
Careful attent'on given to turning o t th'
Finest views and picture of all sizes in
a most artistic manner, superior
finish and tone.,
J& JL D OP TD" JHS 3E
Taken on short notice. Groups a s e
daily Chbinet, panel and standard
PRICES FOR ASSAYING.
Tombstosb, A. T.
Cold and Silver, one sample ,.,. r.23
Gold, Silver and lead, one sample 2 00
silica.. ............... . .... .......... . 1.50
Manganese, ......,.., .,..,. ....... r.50
Lime " 1.50
Office and Residence Overlook
Highest of all in Leavening. Power Latest U.S. Gov't Report
: THE LATEST MS
Dr. Hansen Says He Nearly
Iteacfied tlie Pole.
STRIKERS KILL THREE MEN.
Butler Rules the Populist Con
vention Bryan's Plans
NEW YORK DEATH RATE.
General Hippe nings Throiijrii
oat ilie Country.
Vbd-, Norway. Dr. Naneen eays
the Fram drifted with tho ice in a
westerly direction to 8i degrees and
he expect the vessel to eventually ar
rive at Spitzbergen, He adds that
wherever they penetrated they found
the ice broken. In consequence of
the scarcity of dogs Dr. N'nfn was
compelled to turnback at 80.15. He
idded that if he had be?n provided
vitii a sufficient number of docs and
inoes .tho pole would have been
reached. The land voyage Was most
srd'ioti'', bat extremely valuable
cientifically in the results obtained.
Cleveland. Three men were shot
tod one badly hurt in the conflict
which occurred Saturday evening
between a party of Broun company
strikers and several nonunion men
going home from the works. Two of
the wounded men are non-unionists,
the third a slrikor and the fourth a
Raleigh, N. C. The populist state
convention started with a fight over
Waleor for attorney-general between
Senator Butler and Chairman Skinner.
Butler triumphed on every vote and
the cenventloa carried out bis wishes
to the letter. Walter A. Montgomery
was renominated for associate justice
ef the supremo court. A central com
mittee was named by Butler and
Halayre, who edits Butler's news
paper, was elected etate chairman.
Colonel Harry Skinner and Captain
Buck Kitchen denounced in unmeas
ured term the "Boss rulu" and
fought Butler unavailingly until the
New Yore. Chairman Jones gave
out the following statement last night:
It has been decided that Bryan will
enter into lively interest in tho cam
tinus on th stump until election
time. In order to obtain a much
needed rest and prepare his letter of
acceptancebefore he speech making
begins he will spend tbe next two
weeks at some quiet place not yet de
cided upon. His visit to Bath, Me.,
will be postponed until the latter
part of September, when Bryan will
make a number of speeches in New
nun i uk. iiieri ia dqs s:i2m
improvement in the condition, o! tbe
weather. The dead from the heat in
the ctiy yeatorda numbered sixty
four and the prostrations 123. There
were 371 doatli certificates Issued by
the health board in the twenty-four
hours. Of thoae 1D8 died from heal.
Budiu Pjibth. In social cirolei
little elso is talked or today than the
romantio suicide and funeral of Count
PalUvicini, & lieutenant in tho Hua-sare.
The Worlds Fair Tests
showed no baking powder
so pure or so great la leav
.. ' enlag power as the Royaf
Itw'i new Suds are beinifTconatantlv
reported from Coolgardie gold fields.
. F. Examiner, date Jan. 17th. Re
ports among the finds at Blaclc Flat, a
nugget weighing tJOO ounces, Dearly
all pure gold, a number of other pieces
were obtained amounting to about
$10,000 wurth. Coolgardie is an ac
cessible pjtnt, reached by steamer to
Kremantle, thence by rail to Southern
Cross and team to destination. The
trip to Australia on the tine steamers
of the Oceanic S. S. company, via Hon
olulu, Samoa and New Zealand is
pWsiire nailing the day long. This
line tickets passengers to Cape Town,
South Africa. Map of Coolgardie dis
trict and Pacific Porta, etc., mailed
free to any address by the Oceanio
line, 1U Montgomery street San Fran
for tea, and less for doc
That means healthy lfvfn
Schiilmg's Best yoifr
money back if you want it--.at
sP.ces andflavok-Sder,,oU. .
GE,0. G. McGEE, Prop
Headquarters for tisikn from Tomb
lo,te anisurround nf country.
Best of wines, liquors and cigars always
kept on hand.
BEER ON DRAUGHT.
AJFULL LINF - '
Constant! kept on hand. jPatronaesoScitc
MRS, K. HARRINGTON, Pro
WITH THE BEST
Charges reasonable Parties going from Tomb,
ston.t. Bisbee will have ample time fo
dinner before the tarinjirrires. Pns
lie ratfonafce a respectfoll)
PTffMJ Willi. I