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OUR WATCHWORD "COOHISE COUNTY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD.
TOMBSTONE. A.RIZONA MONDAY EVENING. AUGUST 31. 1896.
El lip T
iH r!OL Prospector
Mty Mtl:..unty Official Paper.
HUBUSHEP EVERY EVENINO
R'b. Hattich Editor aid lrtpriftor.
Vrciuatst t . Opposite Cltylfall
Tkk Pxesreci o will not. hold itself respoa.
tMt tui any of "th- articles or sentimrcts !
-sjiesied by anvof in correspoadeats
' ;nteted in the Tombstone
Vcond Class matw.
JAMES RE1LLY. ATTORNEY AND
Cvanscler a t Law. Land and Mining
, , cases a sprcnlty. Tombstone Anion.
M. a STAFHLE. ATTORNEY AT
Law 2nd Notary Public, Tombstone,
EKR1NG & HERRING. ATTORNEYS
and Counselors at Lav. Ctfice on
Toughnut Street, between Second and
ard Third, opposite the Conn House.
EO. W. SWAIN, ATTORNEY AT-
La, wui practice in au courts 01 me
Territory, fombstone, Arixona.
! S. CLARK, ATTORNEY AND COlfN.
I seta-at (.aw. Office on Fourth Street.
T rjctw&ra -Allen and Tcughn. Torab-
.rtooa. Will practice in all the coo of the
CHARLES GRANVILLE JOHNSTON.
1 Attortev and Counsellor at Law and
Not try Public, aa 7 Fremont street bet.
tin ind 5th str-ets. Aiixruberef the tiarot
tUe viprcme Court of tht remtory, and ill
r ic:cc is any of the courts therein.
ERTHA. HLRKING. TiTEWRITER
asd N.t-uy PubUc. Toughnui Street,
A WENT WORTH. COUNTY RE
coTder an 1 Abstract .Omce. Abstract
of title to real estate and mines fum-aru-d
promptly and acarately. Complete tran.
acrpts. Cfiice in Court House. Tombstoae,
a E. ALVORD, 1USTICE OF THE
PeacK Oice on Allen St: bet. 3d &
L KOSKA. J UaTlCE OF THE PEACE.
k OrTice on 4th St. bet. Allen and
HS, GORDON. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND
1 i urgeon: Office adjoining his residence
"n fth street, Ca3s attended afJJlhours day and
FC. EARLE. ASSAYER AND META
lapcal Laboratory. oce No 319.
Fremont St. opposite City Hall.
F. & A M.
KING SOLOM'N LODGE NO. 5,
meets th rd Saturday in each month.
VUitme lirothrts cordully invited 1 at
teaa. W, M..J H HcPHERSON.
a. a. 31
tijd We-aescUy in each month Vis-
itin Companions corcaaiiy invirew 10 at
eud. TOM LOWRY. ii. P-
A. WENTWORTH. Secretary.
P. O. 8. cf A.
ASHINGTON CAMP NO. 1 MEETS
1st Friday erenin; la eacn monta. vis
iting Comrades cordially umted.
I. W. tliAKrv, re'uenu
iZ L. GROW, Secretary.
A. O. U. "W.
TOMBSTONE LODGE NO. 3, A. O. U.
W. meet 1st and jd Thursday in each
month Visiting brothe 'cordially in
,ti. riOBT. BEST. M. W.
W. D Kotvomu, Recorder.
k. or p.
A'RIZirlA LODGE' KNIGHTS OF
V Pythias. No. 4., meets every 1st awl
i M oral jts m each B.orjth. Visiting brothers
A. H. EMANUEL, CC
V. D MONMONIER K. of &
SlOTFCTlON HOE COMPANY NO. 3.
.T rrets First Sunday in each month et their
brae use on the corner of Seventh and Fre
au v streets, opposite the school bouse.
TOM SMITH S-cretary.
R" ESCUE ItOdE COMPA.NY MEEIS
First Sunday m each month at City IUL
..VlENTWOKTlI.Sir. Pie ldtnt.
7 I. n. Mcdonough. Foreuua.
PISCINE COMPANY NO. , MEETS
'j last Su&tl.y iu each month, at hose be,
en t"ae corner ot ro-ignnnt and 5th streets
JO-EPH LIPPERT. Foreman.
F CALVES, Trop.
Waiir i'w Bartvi, - 25 Ceste
W'.-trer. rr Bucket - 5 Cents.
'ccuy Rates by the Month
Leave orJers with avion, or at th
S. M. BARROW
450 and 452
Ml It II 1 1
Is Complete, Embracing all the latest Style8Dsigns,
Textures, Patterns, and Shades of a large "
and welL selected stock of
Dress Goods, Silks, Sateens, Checks
Ribbons, Laces, Hoisery,
Etc. Etc. Etc.
MEN'S FINISH DEPARTMENT
A Specialty is made of this Department and the "price,
style and quality are bound to please.
CLOTHING SHIRTS, VNDERWARE NECKTIES, ETC
MARYSVILLE AND OREGON VNDERWARE.
NEAT NOBBY SUITS FROiT $10 AND UPWARD.
-BAT AND SHOE DEPAHTMENTS
Stetson, Fedora, Kenton and other iamous Hats,
Ladies and Children Dongolla and Russet Shoes,
Buckingham k Hech's Cowboy Boots and Shoes.
Finest Footwear of Celebrated Manufacture.
Slippers, Ties, and finest Kid Shoes.
SOLE AGENT FOR FAMOUS WATFRTOWN SHOES.
GRBCKERY. BAiffAI AND SADDLED!
A full stock is carried consisting of
Eversrtldzig at Lowest- Easts in Prices.
St M. BARROW
Do you know
what tea tastes like ?
Most Americans don't.
They drink what the Japanese
leave for us Americans tough .
leaves, weighted, painted, and
roasted, by " enterprising,"
"wide-awake," "smart" Amer
ican tea-shippers not in
Japan for their health.
That isn't tea that's tough
leaves and gypsum and Prus
sian Blue (poison). 5
Tea is the first pick from the
finest plants, roasted in San
Francisco, fresh Schilling's
You can spoil even Schil
lings Best by poor making;
so we give simple directions
in every package.
Quick grocers sell it.
Also pure and money-backed: Schil
ling's SescoSec, bakin-poa'der, soda,
pices, and flavoring; extracts.
A Schilling & Company San Francisc0
A meeting of the democratic couaty central
committee is herrby callid to take pHce at the
county court house on September 8th, IS96, at
the hour of two o'clock p. at. for the pu-pese
of .selecting delegates to the territorial conven
tidn: The arranging of piimaries and date of
county convention, appointing of offi-ets of
primaries, rd the transaction of all such other
business as shall properly come b-fore the cora
m ttee. A full attendance is much .desired, as
Ibis mil likely be the last meeting ot the present
ALLEN R. ENGLISH.
Chairman. County Central Committte.
Satordat. September 19, 1896.
The voters of the Peoples' prty of Cochise
county will hereby take notice that the date
far holding primary elections for election of
delegates to attend the county convention
which will he held in Bisbee at. the call of -.the
Peoples' party Central CommiUeeand published
in the news papers cf the county lias been set
for the 19th day f September, 1896. The fol
lowing is the apportionment of delegates from
each precinct: Bisbee, 7; Tombstone, 4;
Pearce, a; Wilcox, s; Hereford, t; Millets
Canyon. 1: FortUuachuca. 1; Haachuca Siding
1; West Huachuca. s; Fairbank, 1; St. David,
t; B?nson. 1; Tres Almas, 1; Poors Ranch, t;
Kussdlnlle, 1; Dos Cabezas. 1; Tension, 1;
San Simon, i;Qrannock. 1; Taylor's Ranch, 1;
Galeyvile. t;San Bernardino, 1.
ALL PERSONS ARE CAUTIONED
against purchasing or negotiatmg'a paper pur
porting to call for one hundred dollars, favor oi
John Gates, and endorsed by me, as same has
been paid, and I hold Mr. Gates' receipt, bald
paper has been last. T. B. CHATT4 AN,
Pearce, Aug, I7, 1896.
")T anted An agent in every section la cant
T T vas, J4 to Js a day maoe; sells at sunt,
also a man to sell staple ?oods to dealers, bes
ide line. $75 a month. Salary or large romnus;
sion made: experience unnecessary Fur sealed
partlcclars send stamp. Chfton Soap &-Mana-facturini;
Company. Cincinnati. Ohio
A 4TED SOLICITORS FOR CAM
PAIGN Book "Bryan Sewall and Free Silver"
! authorise by Sryas sr-.ttcs by R. L. Mrtcalf.
CUlIOr UQUDA WCT1U nCI&M MpUIQlCU 3IUUKr
by Bryan, contains speeches and platform. A
bonanza for agents: a free silver mine for work
ers; only St.50; the only authorized book 50 per
cent; credit given; freight paid; outfit free, Bein
now with choice of territory; permanent, profi
table work for '96. Adlress The National Book
Concern, Star building, Chicago. ai
W. O. ABBOTT,
PRICES' FOR ASSAYING:
Gold and Sliver, ens sample
Gold, Silver and lead, one sample.
Allen St near 3d, (Old Custom House)
I Frttk California Jruh received every day
I by trptttt. Everything told mi
loweaf rales. Good deUtertd
rat la jmtt .
Horts Kodeo will commence on tb
San Ralaet ranch on the lit of 8p-
tenber. Cattle rod en will commimr
on tha lath of September.
Weather permitting, the O 0 0 and
Bigg round-tip will begin at Sulphur
8pringy.WedQadaj-, August 26ih.
-N !! aesBn m
Saa Pedro Bound-up Aieocialioo
will commence work 00 September 10',
beginning at the the Wakefield place.
The annual fall round-up by cattle
owners of Sulphur Spring valley and
vicinity, north of the S. P. railroad,
wiU begin at Hooker' Hot Springe on
tbe"rnorning of Sept. 11.
The general round-up of the Lower
Sulphur Spring Valley will commence
work on September 7th from tha old
W. B, Taylor ranch. tf.
Two Lives Hawed.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomat of Junction City
111., was told by her doctors she had con
sumption and that there was no hope for
her, but two bottles of Hi. King's "t
Discovery cured ber and she says it
saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 139
Florida St. San Francisco, suffered from
a dreadful cold, approaching consump
tion, tried without result everything else
then bought one bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery and in two weeks was
cured. He is naturaily thankful. It is
such results, ef which these are samples.
that prove the wonderful efficacy of the,
medicine in coughs and colds. Free
trial bottles at Tombstone and Bisbee
drugstores. Regular size ;oc. and $1.00
Piano for sale. A seven
octave square piano, rosewood
case, sweet toned and in good
repair. Price $100; includ
ing stool. Inquire at this
1 1 7ith a. better understsndinr oi the
transient nature of the many phys
ical Uls, which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasant effort
rightly directed. There iaicomfort In
the knowledge, that ac many forms f
iyb-n. are not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleascnt
eTerywhere esteemed so highly by all
gooa neaim. us oencuau
Sects are due to the fact, that It Is tna
on remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organa on which it acta. It is therefore
all important, in order to get ita bene
ficial effecta, to note when you pur
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable druggists.
If in the enjoyment of good health,
suirl the avstem Is recrular. laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, on
ran-r b commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need ot a laxative,
one should have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere. Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is moat largely
sed and gives most general satisfacuom.
ARCTIC ICE CO-
A. J. BISSEIT, PKUPRIETOB
Pure Ice delivered to any part oi the city a
2 CEJVTS PER PO UJVD.
Svecial rates to families for
ice for regular customers, t
JTOFFICZANDICE HOUSE sTHT.H
FLY'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLE
Freaao t street, opposi e'Prospector.
Careful atteatioa given to turning o t the
Finest vietet and picture of aU tit in
a m$t artittie manner, rtptritr
finUh and tone,
Takes ea short notice. Grovps ate
dally Chbiaet, vaaej laejifwatni
mm 1 "" 9aaak7LaLBaaaBr
Highest of all in Leavcninsj.Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
: ABSOLUTELY PURE
THE LATEST NEffS
Bryan's Voice Troubled From
GOT LIFE IMPMSONMENT.
A Brewery Fails Li Hone
Chang A Disastrous Fire
TO SUPPRESS REVOLT.
(aeaeral Happenings' Through
out the Country.
Knowlesvillk, N. Y. AHer a trolley
trip from Buffalo to Niagara wiere
Mr. and Mr. Bryan made a enjoyable
stop, th party made a journey to this
place. Several stops were made at
mall stations between Niagara and
Knowleiville but the candidal made
no speeches. His voice was getting
"My head is willing but my throat
is weak," ha explained lo the people
of LocVporf, who had chartered a
band and burned gun powder to greet
him. They persisted in calls so be
said a few words. The same scene was
repeated at Medina, where the farmer
seemed to compose a majority of the
Six Faaxcisco. Joe Cboyiosxi
knocked out Joe McAuliffe in the
fourth round Saturday.
San Feascisco. Charles Becker
and James Creegan, who swindled th
Nevada Bank ot over $20,000, were
eacb sentenoed to life imprisonment
Chicago. Secretary Bentley of the
democratic state committee saya that
Bryan will make at least mine speech
es is Illinois during the campaign
Axtva, Me. A big Spiritualistic
camp meeting is open her today.
Socrates, George Washington, Hia
watha and others have signified their
intention of being present. 'Ihe
managers announce that.
SrErxontLD, Mass., The Spriog
field Brewing company organized
under tha laws of New Jersey, with a
capital of 9300,000, has been petition
ed into th hands of a receiver.
Nrw Yoma-. Hardly had Li Hung
Chang who arrived Saturday txen settl
ed la bis. spacious quarters at the Wsl-1
dorf when an attache of lb Bussisfe
legation called to arrange a conference
between the viceroy and th Russian
minister. The conference will La held
MiLwaunx. A Special to ' WiacoB
sin"rom Ontonagon, Mich., says: A
fierce wind has sprang op and tb
country sarreanding here it again in
flames. Over 309 mea have beea sent
to Igbt tb fi-aai save the remain
ing house of tb village.
IdWMur. Habw Ardaat MaKialay
mj ei Ijajswltj art filial ina.
uements for an excursion to Canton,
O., for the purpose of isiting the re
publican candidate. It is proposed to
have a train of ten Pullman sleepers
carrying about 250 excursionists.
El Paso. Gen. Hernandez and 300
soldiers arrived today from Chihua
hua enrouta to Oiinija, opposite MarU
to suppress insurrectionist?.
Send your address to H. E. Bucklen &
Co., diicago, and get a free sample box
of Dr. King's Nc Life Pills. A tna
will convince you ofjbeir merits. Thesti
pills are easy in action and are panic
u'arly effective in the cure of constipat
on and sick headache. For malaria and
liver troubles, they have been proved in-
vamaDie. sney are guaranteed to be
perfectly free from every deleterious sub
stance and to be purely vegetable. They
do not weaken by their action, but by
givtn? tone to the stomach and bowels
greatly invigorate the system Regular
size 25c per box. Sold by Tombstone
and Bisbee druggists.
The second payment on the Tucker
mine, located about ore and one-hall
miles northwest of Congress, has been
made. Judge Barnes, of Tucson is
handling this ground and tho price
agreed upon for it la $30,000. Surface
indi-ations are excellent on this prop
erty while some davelopment work
justifies the thorough working of it
and the payment ef more money.
FOB OVKK FIFTY IGAUK.
An old, well-tried remedy. Mr
Winslow's 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, soltens the gumi, allays all
pain, cured wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. It U pleasant
to the taste. Sold by druggist in
every part of the world. Twenty-five
cents a bottles Its value is incalcu
lable. Be sure and ask for Mr. Wiu-s1oa-'s
Soothing Syrup, and take
no other kind.
Dr. lu lies' Nerve Plasters 23c at all druggists.
GEO. G. SlcGKE, Prop
Headquarters Jot visitor from Tomb
ttone and surrounding country.
Best of wines, liquors and cigars always
kept on hand.
BEER ON DRAUGHT.
P. A. DeMABTI
a full linf
AND TOBACCO '
Constantly kept ooTund. Patronage solldts
MBS. K. HARRINGTON, .Pro
Y71TH TH BEST
. OF EVERYTHINC
Cbarges reasonable Parties grunt; from Tomb
stone la Bisbee will have ample tune foj
dinner before the tarin arrives. Putv
lie ratrorwg is respcctfallf '
if sskaViV ,H Si Vic BLk 1 1 1 V.
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