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OUR WATCHWORD--"COCHISE COUNTY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD.
TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 13, I896.
City awl County Official Paper
PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING
Wm. Hattich Editor and Proprietor.
Fremont St. Opposite City Hall
Tbe PaosMCroa aill not bold itself respoD
ssble (or any of tSe articles ai senuucals ex
pressed' by any of it correspondent!.
Entered la the Tombstone PostoSix as
Secand Class matter.
S.MES REILLY. ATTORNEY AND
Counselor at Law. Land and Mlcnj
csue a specultr. Tombstone, ArUona.
M.C.STAHKLE. ATTORNEY AT-
-Law and Notary Public. Tombstone
fcO W. SWAIN, ATTONEY AT
Lav. Win practice la all ceuits of the
Territory. Tombstone ArUona.
OS. CLARK. ATTONEY AND COUN
selor atl-av.. Offix on Fourth Street.
between Allen and Toughnut. Tomb.
Stsae Will practice is all the courts of the
Attorney and Counsellor at Lav and
" Notary Public, a7 Fremont street bet.
4th and jth streets. A member at the Bar of
the Supreme Court of the lemtoiy. and will
practice in any af the courts therein.
AWENTHWORTH COUNTY RE
corder and Abstract Omre. Abstracts
of title ta real estate and mines furn
ished proaptly and acuraiely. Complete trail
sen a is. Office m Court House. Tombstone.
OS. ALVORD, JUSTICE OF THE
Peace. Office on Allen St- bet. 3d &
L. KOMCA, JUSTICE OF THF PEACE
Office- on '4th St. bet. Allen ana.
HS. GORDON. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon: Office adjoining his residesce
'onxth street. Call attended at aU tours
day and night,
FC EAKLE. ASSAYER AND META
lupcal laboratory. Office No Jio.
Fremont St. opposite City Hall.
F & A M.
KING SOLOMON LODGE NO. j
Meets third Saturday in each month.
Visitiac brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. I H McPHERSON. W. M..
A L GROW Secretary.
R. A rn.
COCHISE CHAPTER NQ 4 MEETS
third Wednesday in each month. Vis.
itinr Companions cordiaJr invited to at
tend. TOM LOWRY. H P.
A. WENTWORTH Secretary. -
P. O. S. OF A.
ASHINGTON CAMP NO 1 MEETS
tst rnday vemn in each month. V is
itine Coouadea cordially invited.
t w n lot p..i.nt
A. L. GROW,
A. O. U. W
TOMBSTONE LODGE NO 3. A. O" U.
V. meet 1st and 3rd Thursday in each
- month, Visiting brothers ceroiauy in
Tiled. ROBT. BEST M. W.
W. D. MONMONIER. Recorder.
K- OF P-
ARIZONA LODGE KNIGHTS OF
Prtnias Xa 4. suits every 1st and 3rd
Monday's in each month. V-stunj-brothers
A. H. EMANUEL, O. C.
W. D. MONMONIER. K. of S.
ROrECTION HOSE COMPANY NO s.
meets First Sunday in each month at
thrir hose boose n the corner of Seventh
and Fremont streets, opposite the school house.
lOM SMITH Secretary,
9 irtlir -HfhE COMPANY MEETS
f First Sunday in each monih at Cry Hall
- Fremont street. I, V V11.KE.KS,
A. WENTWORTH, S-cty President
f, N. McDOXOL'GH. Foreman,
ENGINE COMPANY NO 1, MEETS
Ult Sunday in ea.b moaih at bote house
on tn earner bi leugnnat ana (tn street.
JOSEPH UPPEKT Foreman
HENRY DUNKER. Secretaiy.
Wanted An agent in every section to can.
vas$4USSaiLty made; sells at sight;
aloa man to sail taple good to dealers
best side line. $75 a n-c th. Salary or large
con.nu.sioa nuae; experience ur cecessary ror
sesied particulars send, staror. Cliften Sosp
A MasmJcrunag Coapaay, Oadanau. Ohio.
F. CALVES, Prop.
Prompt Seivice. Water per barrel, ajcts
9 Knrtrf r f
Special Rites to Families
Leave orders ith wagnn.
ffMl' " hoora SonvraoK sr-I - I
Vl-vfcajBI. at w.rwrii.V VI
SAMUEL M. BARROW
Under flicl Flag?
PEOPLES PARTY PLATFORM
For President. W. J. BRYAN, of Nebraska.
For Vice-President. T. WATSON, of Georgia.
a- The free and unrestiLtrd coinage of gold
apd silver at the present tauoof 16 to 1 without
regard to the actions or wishes of any other
nation or combination whatever.
II. The Increase ! the current money to an
amount sufficient to meet tb wants of our
growing population and buiness, such money
to consist of silver and gold coin and U. S.
Treasury notes, equally a legal tender for all de
mands public and piivatt.
HI. The abohuon of all national banks and
the establishment of Postal Siring Banks, man.
aged and controlled by the U. S. Treasury.
1 . The establishment of a system of direct
legislation by the people, giving to On people
themselves the pv.er. 11L To veto all laws pass,
ed by any less than f 5 per cent of all Oieir rep
resentatives, and to propose the enactment of
laws by any number greater iban fire per cent
of the electors and compel! their submiuian to
the whole body of the electors.
V. That all means of transpartating persons
property and in eU'g-nce be gradually taken by
the Nation and coiulucted and controlled by an
unpamvui commi sion under strict civil service
VI. That all public salaries and compensi
lions 4ball be made 10 correspond to the price of
labor and labor's product.
Satcrdat. Seitlwbki 19 1896.
The voters of te People's party of Cochise
cojnty wul hereby take notice that the date for
holding pair-liny elections for election of dele
gates to attend the county convention which
wi I be held in Btsbee at the call of the People s
party Central Committee and published in the
news papers of the county has been set for the
19th day of September, 1 Son, The following is
the apportionment of delegates from each pre
cinct. Bisbee. 7; Tombstone, 4. Pearce, a; Will,
cox, ; Hereford. 1; Miller's Canyon, t; Fort
Huachuca 1: Hutchuca Sidinr, 1; Wett Hua
clmca. 1 Faubank, 1, St. David, ij Benson, I,
Tres Altnias, 1; Pools ranch, i; Ruscelnlle, 1,
Dos Caber 1. 1; Teviston, 1, San Simon, 1;
Brannock, 1; Taylor's Ranch, 1; Galerille, 1;
San Bernardino, t.
ALL PERSONS ARE CAUTIONED
against purchasing or negotiating a paper pur
parting to call for one hundred dollars, favor of
John Gates and endorsed by me as same has
been paid, as I hold JMr. Gates receipt, "-"aid
papjrr has been lost. T, B. CH VTTMAN
Pearco. Aug. 17 itoa.
In Ihe Probate Court, Coanty of Cochise Ter.
ntnry of Arlxona,
IN THE MATThR OFT HE ESTATE OF
Eraile Lrnormand deceased;
Notice of Application for order af sale.
Nonce is hereby given that Geo. 1L Fitts
Administrator, has filed with the Clerk of this
Court a petition praying for an order of sale of
all real and personal property af ecea.'ed and
that the 5th dy of. October. 1196, at a o'clock
p. rn. of said day being a day of a regular terra
of this court to wit of the October term. ISot
at the Cochise county court house, in Tomb
stone county aforesaid, has been set for hearing
Said petition, when and where any person inter
ested may appear and show causc why the said
said petition should not be granted.
W. F. BRADLEY.
El -officio Clerk.
Dated Sept.. 5th 1894.
VTA JTED SOLICITORS FOR CAM.
PAIGN Book "Bryan Sevrall and Free Silves's
lauthoru d by Bryan written by R. L. Metcalf
'eaitorumana worm iicnua appointed autnor
by Bryan contains speeches and platform A
bonanxa fo agents; a free silver mine for work,
ers; only f 50; the only authoruofbook 50 per
cent; credit given, freight paid; outfit free, Btin
now with choice, of territory; permanent, profi
table work for '96. Address 1 he National Book
Concern, Star building, Chicago. ai
WANTED N ENERGETIC MAN TO
I v v establish uranch
office her Sioo. wr
I month salary.
For full information, address
I Room 6, a73 S. Main St. Los Angeles, CaUf
J Vrfiddc Chemical Co.
!W. 0. ABB01T
Samples by mail or express will receive
Office and Reticence Overlock Houte.
Tsisto & Pearce
MAIL AND STAGE LINE.
I RANK BLATZ, - Prop.
Makes semi weekly trips to and from
rearce every Wednesday and Sun
day of eac,h week, making the round
trip in one day, carrjirig U. S. mail
ntv, rouLQup 44
Hone ltodro will comftienop on the
San Rafael rancb on the lit of Septan-ber.
Cattle rodeo will oommauM
ou Iho 15tb of Saptrtnber.
Wattlier prroittins;, the O O O And
RiKK tound-np will begin at Sulphur
Springs, Wednesday, August 26th.
San Pedro Routid-up AatoeUtioQ
will commence work on September 10,
beginning at ihe the Wakefield place.
The annual fall round-up by cattle
ewnere of Sulphur Spring valley and
vicinity-, north of the S. P. railroad,
will befin at Hooker' Hot Springe on
the morninc of Sept. lit.
The general round-up of the Lower
Sulphur Spring Valley will commence
work on rj-ptemlier 7ih from the old
V. B, Taylor ranch. tf.
With a better understanding' of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical Ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts jfentle efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed There is comfort in
the knoTvledjjt:, that so many forms of
sickness are not due to any actuul dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleuicut
family laxative. Syrup of Ftps, prompt
ly reinoTe. Thatlssvliy it is the only
remedy with millions of families, and is
every where esteemed so highly by all
who ralue (rood health. Its beneficial
effects are due to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
orjrana on which it acta. It is therefore
all important. In order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when you pur
chase, that you hare the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia FJjr Syrup Co. only and sold by
all repntable lru jpists.
If in the enjoyment of good health,
and the system 'is regular, laxatives or
other remedies arc then not needed. 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 the
well-informed everywhere. Syrup of
FSg-SBtnds highest and is most largely
osed and given rarer general SkJsiactioB.
FLY'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
Fresno t s'reet,foppssi e Prospector.
Careful attention given to turning o t the
Finttt vievt and picture f all lirtt tst
a moil artistic manner, ruprrier
finitk and torn,
Taken on short notice . Groups ate
rialty Cabinet, panel and standard
Allen St. near 3d, (OldJCustom House.)
Frrth Culifurnia frail rtetivfdevfry day
hy xyr"f, Etmjthitig $old at
U-v'. rut'. Giod$ Mh'frea
iff to alt owit of eitXi.
Excursion Rites t Santa Mob
icaandttie &a Coast.
S. P R.R. FRO AI BENSON
To parties dtunog 10 go to tne ser
ahora to spend the summer and enjoy
the cool salt water breese, should take
advantage of the excursion rate of
BENSON TO 8ANTA. MONICA.
Tickets good for 60 days. For further
information apply to
Or T. A. GoODMAjf,
O. P. A.. eUo. Fraaciaeo.
Highest of all in LeaTeainy.Powcr
Watson Says He Is Going
SENATOR HILL DECLINES.
A Big Strike ia New York -A
Cyclone in Paris Does
BRYAN'S OHIO MAJORITY
EaiK, Kan., The Hun Thomas E.
Watson, candidate (or vice-president
on the populist ticket, was the central
figure at tbe noun y fair today. Mr.
Watson addressed about 2,000 people
mostly farmers. Speaking of his nom
ination Mr. Watson said : "I am no
political beggar. Tbe tioket ought to
he tbe the St, Louis tickst. Bryan
Ihs "Democrat and Watson tbe Pop
ulist. Turn me down and you lot se
Texas, Tennessee and Centucky. To
elect Bryan, the People's party nomi
nee for vice-president must s'ay on
the ticket, and I say Watson is goiug
New Toax Five hundred mechan
ics of various trades struck today at
the large buildings of Seigel Cooper A
Co., on aoeountof employment of nun
union marble workers,
PrxBLo Col., Judge Lrmau Ilenry
of Ouray was chairman of the second
district populist convention today.
Major W. F. Townsend of Paeblo nom
inated Congressman John C. Bell for
re-elsction, opening his speech with
the words :
"Mr. Chairman and Fellow Anar
chists." After numerous seconds the nomi
nation was made unamiousty by a
Putis, A eycloue this afternoon
did great damage at the Palais de
Juetcoe. All tbe windows on the Rue
de Harley side ware smashed, part of
the rogf blown away rnd the corriders
filled withclouds of dust and branches
Albsmt, N. Y. Senator Hill ds-
elinud tu accept a place as dslrgate to
the demooratiu sule convention be
Caue Ilia delegation ia instructed for
Urau. He said he would not ge if
restricted in the use o! his own judge-met-1.
Nkw Your. A mass meeting wa
held In Cooper Union tonight under
the auspices of t'je campaign commit
tee of the MsICinlry league. Terence
V. Powderly, lata master werkraen of
tbe Knights of Labor, was the chief
epeaker and was followed by ex-Sen
ator Warner Miller.
Dsstzb, Judge Thompson of the
Court of appeals returned yesterday
from a long visit to Ohio. He says
Bryan will carry Ohio by 30,000 major
- Latest U.S. Gov't Report
A L Sutter, Cbioago.
- Chat. MoOInc, Huachuca,
Tom Smith Huachuca.
FOB OVllB FIFTY YEABI.
An old, well-tried remedy. Mrs
Winslow'e Soothing Syrup has beeaj
used for over fifty years by millions ttt
mothers lor their children while teeth-
ing. with perfect suocea. It soothes
the child, softens) the rrn, allays all
pain, cures wind colio, and is the best
remedy fur diarrhoea. It ii pleasant
to the taste. Sold by druggist in"1
every part of the world. Twenty-five
cents a bottles Its value is incalcu
lable. Be sure and ak for Mrs. Win
slow's Soothing Syrup, and take
no other kind. ,
buy Schillings Best tea loots
We think too much of it to ?
let the best flavor evaporates
before it gets to you. j
It is done up in card-board '
boxes, protected by velhifn
air-tight. No air gets iu ; no i
flavor gets out. i
That's the way to take care :
of good tea. Will you pleaso
be careful of Schilling's Best
too? Don't put it in the
ame closet with strong cheese.
You will be amply rewarded
for your pains.
SektUing'i J coffee, soda. bakUg
pewdcr, apices, and flavoring extracts
are else good as their way and money
AStUUmtOr CM Samframnum
GEO. G. McGEE, Prop.
Fairbank, : Arizona,
Headquarlsrs for visitors from Tomb
stone snd surrounding country.
Best of wines liquors and cigars
always on hand.
PAY THE EXCHANGE A VISIT
P. A. DEMARTINI,
A full line of j
Faikbanc. A. T.
Chagres Reasonable. Parties going
from Tombstone to Bisbee will
have ample time for dinner
before the train arrives.
Table Supplied With the Best.
GIVE IT A TRIAL.
ARCTIC ICE CO-
A J. BISSETT, - PROPRIETOR.
Ice delivered to any 0ra Dap I I
part of the city at "la ' cl -"
Special rates to families for ice to regular
Office and ice house Opposite poita See.
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