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OUR WATCHWORD----UOOOHISE COUNTY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD.
TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 19. iSq6.
ity and County Ofllcial Paper.
HJULISHED EVERY EVENING
(Except S us hay.)
lYm. Hattich Editor and Proprietor.
FreMiont St., Opposite Clly Hall
Tut Paosmcroa Kill not hold itself respon-
s!M- t jr any of the article or sentiments ex
pressed br any of its correspondents
holered in the Tombstone Posloffice as
Second Class matter.
AMES RE1LIY. ATTORNEY AND
Counselor at La. Land and Mining
caes a specialty. Tombstone, Arizona.
M. C. STAFHLE. ATIORNEY AT
Law and Notary Public, Tombston.
HERRING 4 HERRING. ATTORNEYS
and Counselors at Lav. Crace on
Toughnut Street, between Second and
ard TUzd. opposite tte Court tiosse.
-EO. W. SWAIN. ATTORNEY AT.
I "I La. Will practice in all courts of the
Territory. Tombstone, Arizona.
S. CLARK, ATTORNEY AN DCOUN
j sdoratLa. OS6ce on rourth Street.
' between Allen and Toughnut, Tomb
stone. Will practice in all the coa of the
CHARI.ES GRANVILLE JOHNSTON.
1 Attorney and Counsellor at Law and
Not-oy Public, 431 Fremont street oet.
tn ind 5lh streets. A lumibrr ot the Bar ot
tlie supreme Court of tht Territory, and will
A .ciZcc in any of the conn therein
ERTHA HERklNG. TYPEWRITER
acd Notary Public Toujhnut Street,
A WENT WORTH. COUNTY RE
corder, and Abstract Office. Abstracts
of title to real otite and mines fuin
shed promptly and acurately. Complete tran
scripts. C&ce in Court House, Tombstone,
Z. ALVORD. JUSTICE OK THE
Peace. Office on Allen St: bet. 3d &
L KOSKA. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
. Office on 4th St. bet. Allen and
H5, GORDON. II. 1). PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon: Office adjoining bis residence
on 1 tli street. Calls attended at jllbours day and
FC. EARLE, ASSAYER AND META
lucica! Laboratory. omce No 319,
Fremont St. opposite Cly HalL
F. & A M.
KING SOLOM N LOPGE NO. 5,
meets third Saturday in each month.
Vistunc brothers cordially invited t at
lefcd. W, M , J H MCPHERSON.
A.I- GROW bec'ty.
r. a. m
Ci OCHISE CHAPTER No. 4. MEETS
7 th.rd We4nesday in each month Vis
iting Companions cordially invire. 10 at
eal TOM LOWRY, II. P.
A. WENTWORTH. Secretary.
P. O. S. nl A.
W'HINGTON CAMt NO. 1 MEETS
1st Friday evening n. each month. Vis
iting Comrades cordially invited.
J, W. CLARK. President.
A. L. GROW, Secretary.
A. O. V. Vf.
TOMBSTONE LODGE NO. 3, A. O. U.
W. meets 1st and 3d Thursday In each
month. Visiting brothc cordially in
,teo. hOBT. BEST, M. W.
W. D. Mosiionieb, Recorder.
K. of P.
RIZUNA LODGE KNIGHTS OF
Pythias. No. 4., meets every 1st and
d llondays' in each month. Visiung brothers
A. H. EMANUEL. C C.
V. D. MONJICNIEP- 51. of S.
1h JTECTION HO'-E COMPANY NO, 3.
nests First Sunday in each month ot their
sow house ou the corner ot Seventh and Fie
tw I streets, opposite the school bouse.
TOM SMITH Secretary.
RE-CUE HOSE COMPANY MEETS
First Suaday in each month at City Hall,
Fremo-t rrtt. J. V. VICXEkS.
WV. KNTWORTH. Sectv. P-e-ldent.
I N. McDONOUGH. Foreman.
T: (JINE COMPANY NO. i. MEETS
Pv Iat Sunday in eaeh month, at hose bouse,
la tit eo-ner of Tonehtmt and Oh streets
JO-EVH LIPPERT. Foreman.
HENRY DUNKEK. eceary
F CALVES, Prop.
.Vnter l'ei Barrel, - 25 Cents.
Water. Per Bucket - 5 Cents.
V rROUVT SERVICE.
lecuced Rales by the Month
Leave orrJer with wacon, or at tb
kllB4S iMXm GomcTlKm and
S. M. BARROW
450 and 452 ALLEN ST,
Is Complete, Embracing all
svr w ! m m k m
Textures, Patterns, and shades ot a large
and well selected stock of
Dress Goods, Silks, Sateens, Checks
Ribbons, Laces, Hoisery.
Etc. Etc. Etc.
MEN'S FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
A Specialty is made 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 $10 AND UPWARD.
EAT AND SHOE DEPARTMENTS
Stetson, Fedora, Kenton and other famous Hats,
Ladies and Children Dongolla and Russet Shoes,
Buckingham & Hech's Cowboy Boots and Shoes.
Finest Footwear of Celebrated Manufacture.
Slippcrs,JTies, and finest Kid Shoes.
SOLE AGENT FOR FAMOUS WATFRTOWN SHOES.
CROCKERY. HARDWARE AND .SADDLERY
A fuHJotoek icfcaTricdconsistinjof
Glassware, Xi ardware,
Crockery, Tinware, -
CatGlass, CJuaii, JPijtol
Fancy Cupn. Oa.tridtreEtc
Everjrtidiig at Lowest Eastern Prices-
S. IM. BARROW.
.1111. 1 LI
iiilej mm ihinil.
the latest Styles," Designs,
to get pure tea for thirty or
forty cents; and yet you ask
for it and think you get it
You can't get it.
Schillings Best 50 cents
at your grocer's; 50 cents
back if you don't like it is
pure Japan tea, fresh-roasted,
as the Japanese have it.
Also pure and money-backed: Sckit.
hug's Beit coffee, baking-powder, soda.
spices, and flavoring extracts.
A Schilling & Company Sun Francisco
'We had an epidemic of dsentery in
this vicinity last summer," says Samuel
S. Pollock, of Briceland, Cal. "I was
taken with it and suffered severely until
some one called my attention to Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, I procured a bottle and felt
better after the first dose, llefore one
half of the bottle had been used I was
well. 'recommended it to my friends
and their experience was the same. We
all unite in saying it is the best." for
sale by Druggists.
THE BORD OF SUPERVISORS OF
A. Cochise countr will receive sealed nronn-
sals fo- furnishing the county with ao cords of
u.acic ack wood and 5 cords of Juniper wood
to be delivered at the court house. For further
particulars see the clerk of the board. All pro-
t muit De niea wiin ise cierK 01 the board
on or before the 24th day of Ajgost. 1896, at a
JOHN S. WILLIAMS,
By W. A, Hakwooo.
thine la mall
Prauct pir UMii ttormi; brtnxroa wealta.
wmi jyua vtxuuttuiusut cu. fates
mji Wihinctni. D. a. for tnclr Lsu) prts o3er
od itst of two hundrvd laviuona waatW.
OFFICE Or CHIEF QUARTERMASTER
DeaverrCok), Angnstr, 1896. Sealed pro
posals in triplicate subject to the usual condi
tions, will be received here until 1 r o'clock a. m
Augmt it, 1806, and then opened, for transpor
t'tion of Military Supplies on Route beteen
Rsb-e. A.T.. and Saa Bernardino. A. T dur
ing the fiscal year commencing July 1, 896. U.
S. reserves right to reject any or all proposals. In-
formation luroisnea on application. luiveJopes
conuiniiig proposals should be marked. "Pro
posals for Transportation and addressed to E.
a ATWOOD, Major, Chief Q. Ax dt.
WA MED SOLICITORS FOR CAM
PAIGN Book "Bryan Sew all and Free Silver"
authonz-d by B-yan written by R, L. Metcalf,
editor Omaha World Herald appointed author
by Bryan, contains speeches and platform. A
bonanza for agents: a 'ree silver mine for work
ers; only Si 50; theonly authorised book 50 per
cent, credit given: freight paid; outfit free, Bin
now with choice of territory; Derma cent, profi
taUe work for '9S. Address The National Book
Concern, Star building, Chicago. ai
tTanted An agent in every section to cant
T 1 vas. s4 to sea dav made: sells at sieht-
also a maa to sell judIc roods to dealers, bes-
iide line. $75 a month. Saury or large commis;
lion mace; experience unnecessary, ror sealed
particulars send stamp. Clifton Soap & Jlaau
factenng Ccsspacy, Cincinnati, Ohio.
ARCTIC ICE CO-
A. J. BISSErT, PBOPBIETOR
Pure ice delivered toanjjpart oi the city a
2 CENTS PER POUND.
Sveciol rates to families for
ice for refiular customers. I
WOFFICeAND ICE HOUSE eTH ST.-
Allen St near 3d, Old.Custom Houte.)
Frrth California fruit received every day
by express. Everything sold ai
lowest rales. Goods delivered
ree to all oarts of eitx.
Tombstone & Fearce
MAIL AND STAGE LINE.
BWill make semi-weekly trips to the
Hem Camp, on Wednesday and Sunday
of each week, making the round trip in
one dav, carrying the U.-S. mail and
FAKE Wound trip) S4
The following it a list of letters re
maining in the general delivery at
the Tombstone postoffice for the week
ending August 15, 1800:
Kobt. Niles, S. Worslev Smith.
John L, RatelifT, Hut Taylor,
Tho. Atchison, Mr. Hereford,
When calling for above letters, sav
advertised, giving date of advertise
Emil Sydott .P. M
FOR SALE Horse, buggy
and harness Horse, large
and easy kept, gentle; buggy
in eoou 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 the many phys
ical ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that so maDy forms of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but fcimply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the plea&cnt
family laxative, Syrup of Fifrs. prompt
ly removes. That is why 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
orfrans on which it acts. It is therefore
all important, in order to pet its bene
ficial effects, to note whe n you pur
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fift Sjrup Co. only and sold by,
all reputable druggists.
If in the enjoyment of good health,
and the bystem "is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needL If
afflicted with any actual ditea-se, 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
Figs stends highest and is most largely
oued and gives mct general satisfaut loo.
ARE YOU GOING
The Southern PciGc Company
have place on sale at Benson round
trip tickets to points north and east at
greatly reduced rates. Defore pur
chasing your tickets call on or address
Agent at Benson,
Or T. B. Goodmah
O P. A. San Francisco.
FLY'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY.
' Fresno t street, opposi e'Prospector.
Careful attention gnen to turning o t the
Finest views and pictures of all sisrs in
a most artistic manner, superior
finish and tonrl
Taken on short notice. Grcupsa s e
dally Chbinet, panel and standard
PRICES FOR ASSA YIJYG;
TOMBSTONX, A. T.
Gold' "..... Jl.oo
Silf .j, t.oc
Lead ... i.oo
Gold and Silver, One sample 1.35
Gold. Silver and lead, one sample 300
Copper ; 1.50
Lime,. . 1,50
Iron ... 1.50
Oafeeaad Remdeac Orerleek
Highest of all in Leavening Tower. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
THE LATEST NEffS
Express Strikers in New
York Still Out.
BREACH OF PROMISE SUIT.
A Strike in Milwaukee 500
Italians Also Quit
Cuba News .
THE McKINLEY'S ATHOME.
General llappeiiiu Through
out the Country.
New York. There appears to be
no immediate prospect of a settlement
of theftrtle oi the Adams Express
com piny' employes. General Agent
McYVilliams esjg he has received
more than forty applications for each
place vacated by the strileriTTrli
latter say delegates have been seut to
Philadelphia, Pittf burg and Baltimore
to urge the men employed by the
company in the cilns mentioned, to
join the strikers Some of the new
men engaged by the company have
Nkw York. Thomas Adams Jr., o!
Brooklyn, son and business partner of
the million ird manufacturer of chew
ing gum, has been eued by Myrtle
Thurlow, said to be an actress, for
Jlt0,p00damage for breach of promine
Adams has a wife and grown-up chil
dren. Havana. .Maximo Gomez is under
stood to be in the district of Cobra
Santiago de Cuba and only about ten
mile from the city of Santiago de
Cuba. This report however has not
yet been confirmed.
Milwaukee. Wis. A special from
Manintte, Mich., rays two mills at
Salt Block and Lumber yard of Peters
Salt k. Lumber Co, are shut down on
account of a strike throwing SOU men
out of employment.
Bomb, N. Y. Four hundred and
ninety Italians employed by Miller it
Co. on Rome's sewer system are out
on a strike. The contractors announc--d
that pay day would occur but once
a month hereafter instead of once
every two weeks, which caused the
Washington. At Democratic head
quarters it was announced today that
au eflort will be made to induce lomi
very prominent silver Republican
preferaby Senator Teller to accept the
presidency of the Bryan and Sewall
Frovidenck, R. I. The convention
vf the National party was held at
Fields Point today. Among the re
solutions adopted was one requesting
President Cleveland to grant belliger
ent rights to Cuban revolutionists.
Eau Claim, Wis, Today while a
were engaged in tearing down a
music hall, a four story frame iturc
tureit collapsed. Twetity-Cve men
went down in the ruins, SL.d three are
Casto.v, O. Major and Mrs. Mc
Kinley reached home from Cleveland
this af teanoon. Major McKinley never
looked more confident or in better
health and ipirits.
Only 906 pertens in 1,000,000, so
cording to a medical authority, die
from old age, while 1,200 succumb to
gout, 18,100 to measles, 27,000 to apo
plexy, 7,000 to erysipelas, 7,500 to
consumption, 48,000 to rcarlet fever,
25,000 to whooping-coogh, 30,000 to
typhoid and typhus and 7.003 to rbern
atistn. The averages vary according
to locality, but these are contidered
pretty accurate as regards the popula
tion ot the globe, as a whole.
FOB OVKK PlrTV VKARM.
An old, well-tried remedy. Mr
W'inelonVi Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers lor their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes
the child, eoltens the gums, allays all
pain. cur"s wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. It is pleasant
to the taste. Sold by druggist in
etery part of the world. Twenty-five
cents a bottles lie alue is incalcu-
I lahle JSe aurajuul-aek for Mn. Win-
lo's boothing Syrup, and 'take
no other kind.
ALL PERSONS ARE CAUTIONED
again.t purchasing or negotiating a paper pur
porting to call for one bundred dollars, favor ot
John Gates, and endorsed by me, as same has
been raid, and I hold Mr. Gates' receipt. Said
paper has ben lost. T. B. CHATT AN,
Pearc, Auj, I7. i8o5.
seen enlarged portrates at
Procure a ucLet and get on
WANTED AN ENERGETIC MAN TO
establish branch office here Sioo. oer
month salary. For full information, address
Room 6, 273 S. Main Su Los Angeles. Calif.
Vincide Chemical Co.
GEO. G. McGEE, Prop
Headquarters for visitors from Tomb
fJ stone and surrounding country.
Best of wines, l.qjors and cigars always
kept on hand.
BEER ON DRAUGHT.
A FULL LINF
Coastantly kept on hand. Patroaage'soDcite
MRS. K. HARRINGTON, Pre
WITH THE BEST
Charges reasonable Parties going from Torch,
stone ta Bisbeewill have ample time tA
dinner before the taria arrives, Piafc.
he patronage is respectfuQT
f rj aarauarvm i rrna im ftrnarv " i
I tore of twenty-three working men
f rms vss"