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OUR WATCHWORD---COCHISE COUNTY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD.
TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA FRIDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER iS,"l896.
No. 307 SI
City tad County Official Paper
'UaU18HD EVERY VNIXG
VaulittlchEdtor and Proprietor.
FretBMt 8t. Opposite City Hall
The Pxosrccrot wiU not hold ltelf -responsible
tor any of the ai tides or senuroents ex
prsased by any of it correspondents.
k'ntered in the Tombstone Posioftjx as
.Second Class matter.
JAMES REILLY. ATTORNEY AND
Corase'ur t Law. Land aud Min.nr.
oases a special! v. Tombstooe. Arizona.
M.CSTAbHLK. ATTORNEY AT-
Law and Noiarv Public, Tombstone
EO W. dWAIN. ATIONEY AT
Law. Will practice rn all coons of the
Territory. Tombstone Arizona.
S. uLARK. ATTONEY AND COUN-
111 selor at lav. Office on Fourth Street.
between Altoi and Touchnct, Tomb
ataae Will practice in all the courts of the
O' HARLES GRANVlI.LEJUHNsTON.
Attorney aad Counsellor at Law and
Notary Public. 41" Fremont street bet.
4th and jth stn-ets. A member of the Bar of
tba Suprw- Court ot the lemtoty, aad mill
practice in any of the courts therein.
AWENTHWORTH COUNTY' RE
corder and Abstract Office. Abstracts
f title l real estate and mines fnrn
ished promptly and acurately . Complete Iran
scripts. Office in Court House. Tombstone.
C' E. ALVORD. JUSTICE OF THE
Peace. Office on Allen St. bet. 3d 4
L. KOSKA, I USTICK OFTHF PEACE
Office on aia at. bet. Allen ana
Tougbnut, T cmtntooc
I I & GORDON. M.D. PHYSICIAN AND
ff Surrmn' O&e adiomicf bis residence
1 " ooattst eet, tall attended at aU hours
day and night.
FC. EAKl E. ASSAYER AND META
lueical laboratory. fficr-No 319.
Fremont at. opposite City Hall.
" THE ORDERS.
F &. A M.
KING SOLOMON LODGE NO. J
Meets third Saturday in each month.
. VUuki: brothrs cordially invited to at
tend. 1 h Mcpherson, w.m..
A L GROW Secretary.
R. A M.
. nnmsF. CHAPTER NO. a MEETS
U third Wednesday in each month. Vis
iting Companions coidulrr invited 10 at
tend. juuunai, nir,
A. WENTvwORTH Secretary.
P. O. S: OF A
ASHINGTON CAMP NO 1 MEETS
1st r nday evening tn e icn roonin. v is
Mine Coeara'Ies cordially imntrd.
A. L. GROW. Secretary.
A. O. U. W
TOMBSTONE LODGE NO 3. A. O U.
W. meet 1st and 3rd Thursday in each
month. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited. ROBT. BESTM.W.
W. D. MONMONIEK Recorder.
" K- OF P-.
' RIZGS'A LODGE KNIGHTS OF
MX Pythias No 4. meets erery 1st aad 3rd
Monday's in each month. Vsiuog
sVivlk vuy Ullv IaVtf(t .
' - A, H. EMANUEL, O. C.
W. D. MONMONIER. K. of S.
PROTECTION HOSE COMPANY NO 3.
mrcu First Snnday in each month at
their hose hoas n the comer of Seventh
aad Fremont streets, opposite the school house.
EKCUE HOSE fOMPAvy MEETS
First Sasday in each month at City Hall
Fremont street I. V VICKEkS.
WENTWORTH. Srcty President
J, N. MeDONOUGH. Foreman.
ENGINE COMPANY NO 1. MEETS
la it Sunday in ea,h mon h at hose house
on the cirnerbf Toughnat and 5th street.
JOSEPH LIPPEitT Foreman
,HENRY DUNKER. Fecretaiy.
a Jaa'cd An arect m everr se tion to can
Wvzss $4 to 15 a d.y made; sells at sight;
tbot side line, 73 a ir- th. Shry or larpe
romaussion maae; experience otnacessary i'ur
sealed paiticulars send stamp. CUltn Soap
Maattfacturiag Compaay, Cincinnati, Ohio.-
F. CALVES, Prop.
rp! Service. Water per barrel, 250$
f er buclce, 5 cts.
Soecial Rates to Families
irw-are order with wagon..
, r nrt' I lr f it 1 rM
rt if 4 pv r -ri
j lnift 1
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SAMUEL M. BARROW
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Under VIM Flai?
PEOPLES' PA1TV PLATFORM
For President. W. J. BRYAN, of Nebraska.
For Vice-President. T. WATSONt. of Georgia.
s- The frrvaad uorestiMed coinage of gold
aad silver at the prestnt ratio of 16 to 1 without
regard to the actions or wishes of any "other
nation or combination whatever,
II- T he Increase at the current raonry to an
amount suffuient to meet the wants of do,
growing population and businesa, such money
to consist of silver and gold coin aad U. S.
Treasury notes, equally a legal Under for all de
mands public and private.
III. T be abolition of all national banks and
the establishment of Postal Saving Brv. man.
aged and controlled by the U. S. Treasury.
IV. The establishment of a system of direct
legislation by the people, giving to lbs people
themseli es the power, isL To veto all laws past
ed by any less than 95 per cent of all heir rep
resentatives, and to propose the enactment of
taws by any number greater than fire per cent
of the electors and ccmpeil their submission to
the whole body of the electors.
V. That all means of transpvutlng persons
property and in'e'ligence be gradually taken by
the Nation and conducted arid controlled by an
unpartisan commit sion under strict civil service
VI. That all public salaries and compensa
tions sh.lt be aiade to correspond to the price of
labor and labor's pro-duct.
The voters of the Peonle's oartr of Cochise
county wi.T hereby take notice that the date for
holdite pair-tany election, for election of dele
gates to attend the county convention which
wui oe neia in rJubee at the call 01 the I'eople s
party Central Committee and published in the
news papers of the county has been set for tbe
icth day of September, itco. The following is
the apportionment of delegates from each pre
cinct: Bisbee. 7: Tombstone, 4; Pearce, 3; Will
cox, a; Hereford, 1; MiUer'a Canyon, t; Fort
Huachuca' s: Hoachuca Sidinr. ; West Hua
chuca. 1: Fairbank, 1: M. David, 1; bensan, 1;
ires Alania', 1; I'ool s ranch. I; Kusselvule. 1:
Dos Cabezas, t; Teviston, s; fan Simon, 1;
Brannock. 1; Tarbr Kanch, 1; Galeville. 1;
San Bernardino, u
ToUBSTOXt, Sepuaxber so, xS$6-
At a meeting of th Republican coustr cen
tral committee, held at the court house. Tomb,
stone, Cochise county, on the above date, it
was ordered that the 36th day of September,
lSe5. be. and is hereby set as the day for hold
ing the Republican primaries in this county, for
the purpose of electing delegates-to a Republi-
cuunty convention, to beheld in the court
house, in Tombstone, on the 8th day of October,
1896. at a o'clock, p. m.. then 'and there to
nominate. Territorial and County officer, and to
transact such other business as may properly
come before said convention.
Tbe following were selected as judges;
Tombstone ia delegates, ludgrs First
Ward. J. C Wiser; Second Ward. F. N.
Wolcott: TrdrdAVard, Thos. Lowry; Fourth
Ward, Wo, Corbett. Outside, C H. Bassett;
Carksburg, Chas. Hancock.
Ihsbea, 1 delegates Judge, George Sbibley.
layiors Kanch. 1 delegate.
Ash and MtOer's canyon, 1 delegate.
Fort Huachuca. a delegates Judge, J. C.
West Huachuca, x delegate J udc. L K Mc-
Fairbank. a delegates ludge, A V Noyes
St David, a delegates Judge, JasMcRaa
Benson, 3 delegates J udre, H Gervtia
Tres Alamos. 1 delegate
Pool's. 1 delegate
ussdnlle. 1 delegate
Willoax. 5 delegates Judg, W F Nichols
Dos Cabezas, a delegates Judge, K T White
Bowe. x delegate Judge, Geo R Bugtee
San Simon, 1 delegate
Btannock, x delegate
Rucker. s delega'e Judge, J H Cogswell
Galyville. x delegate
. Hereford, 1 delegate
Morse Canyon, x delegate
Pearce, 3 delegates Judge, Wm Johcstrm
Tuiquots, 1 delegate I udge, Alex Casey
Dragoon, x delegate fudge, sa Walker
Hooker's, 1 delegate
Powers. 1 delegate
In breaocts where so sspclata-entJ are made
the Republicans are requested to select their
The order of business at this convention shall
lit Tbe selection cf a County Central Com
acd Nomination cf officers to b T.Srm for
th November election.-
" G H nTTS,
A W SMITH. Secretary.
Notice Isbereb' given that Thursday, Sep.
trmber asth is set for the selecting sf delegates
to attend the Democratic coas-y convention,
which will be I eld in the county court bouse at
Torabstocc. on October 6th. The folio tig is
the apportionment of each p ecinct:
Tombstone 16. Bubee 20, Hertford 1, Miller's
Canvon 1. Fort Hoachuca , Huachuca Siding
t. Fairbank a. & David 2, Benson 5. Tres
Alamos I. Pool's 1. Russdville x, WiUcox 5,
Dos Cabezas 1. fVie Station. 3. San Simon x.
Brannock s. Wilgus 1. Rucker x, Taylor's
Ranch' 1, Galevville t. Pearce a. Saa Bernar
dino 1, Custom Fouie 1 Total 7s.
Ike Derncouts of each precinct are requested
t3 select their om primary election b sards. x
cept Tombstone, Bisbae. Benson and WUlcox
saasainose places roe centra coniiaiiicc wiu
select the board of election and pothng places i
ample nmafor the fall information of voters
Th test shall be, "will you vote for and sup
port tbe Democratic ticket at th coming elec
tMor ALLEN R ENGLISH,
I (.hainaan county uanu t,nai we,
Tombstone. Scpsembe: t, 1866,
Horse UodVu will commence on the
San Rafael ranch ou the 1st of Sep
tan U-r. Cattle rodeo will commence
on tbe 15th 43 1 Septi mir.
Waathir "parnTittlpr, th C O 0 and
KijKt round-tip will begin at Sulnliur
Spring, Wednesday, Augunt 26 th.
8 an Pedro Round-up Ataooiatjon
will commence work on September 10,
beginning at the th Wakefield plaor.
Tb annual fall rouud-op bj catlU
owners ol Sulphur Spring valley and
vicinity, north o( the 8. P. railroad,
wU begin at Hooker' Hot Springe on
the morning ol Sept. let.
Tbe general round-up of the Lower
Sulphur Spring Vail ay will commence
work on September 7th from the old
W. B, Taylor ranch. t(.
MORGAN AND WJtIOHT,
For their littli book on quick repair
titea. Reducbd pneet. Book will ba
sent free. Bnd your arid res , atatine
that you saw '-ad" in the PsosncTOK,
MORGAIT AKD WRIGHT.
With a better understanding of tba
transient nature of the many phys"
teal Ills, which -vanish before proper osV
facta gentle efforts plaaaant enorta
riglitly-directed. There-la corrriortix
the lmo-.Tledge, that so many, forma of
sickness are not due to any- actual dis
ease, but simply to a const! Dated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative. Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly reinores. That is why it is the only
remedy with millions of families, and Is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value pood healtli. Its beneficial
effects are due to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organs on whicn it acts. It is therefor
all imnortant. in order to tret its bene
ficial effects, to note when you pur
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which ia 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 are-then not needed. It
afflicted with 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
figs atnds highest and is most largely
rased and gives rH general sasfactiov.
ALL PERSONS ARE CAUTIONED
against pwrchasiag or negotiating a paper pur
parting to call for one hundred dollars, favor of
John Gales and endorsed by me as same has
been paid, as I bold Mr. Gates receipt Faid
paper has been lost. T, B. CH VTTMAN
Fanrco. Aug. 17 xtnC
Iu the Probate Court of th County of Co
chise. Territory of Arizona.
. In the mater of the estate of Emma Holcombe.
Pursuant to an order of said court, made an
the 17th day of September, A, U. 1896. notice is
K ven that Friday, the 9th day 01 uctooer, A. u.
fj6. at 3 o'clock p. tn. ol stidday.at the court
room of said ott. at the courthouse, in the
city of Tombstone, a. d c unty of Cochise, has
been appointed as th: rime and place far prov
iag thewiU of said Emma Holcombe, deceased,
and for hearing the application cf W. F. Nich
ls for the iisuance to bira sf letters testamentary
ha and where any person interested may ap
pear and contest the same.
W. F. BRADLEY,
S-it-tf Ex. office Clerk
Ia the Probate Court, County f CocUs Tcr.
ritorr of Arizona.
IN THE MATTfcR OF THE ESTATE OF
Enule Lenormand deceased;
Notice of Application for order of sale.
Notice is hereby given that Geo. H. Fitts
Administrator, has filed with the Clerk of this
Court a petition praying for an order of sale- of
all real and persona) property of deceased and
that tbe 5m aay 01 uenner, IS90, st a o docs
p. m. of said day being a day of a regular tens
f this court to wit of the October term. IM
st the Cochise county court bouse, in Tomb
stone county aforesaid, has been set for hearing
said petition, when and where aay person Inter
ested may appear and, show cause why the said
said petitioa should not be grassed.
' Paled Sept. ju. tS4.
Highest of all b Lcavcnby-Powcr. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
Watson On The Stomp At
BRYAN IS IN TENNESSEE.
A Railroad Sold at Auction
NEW YORK ILLINOIS FUSE
Lwcolx, NeL. Thomas WaUon ad
resaed 2,000 people today. He said
tbe recent elections in Vermont
Maine had conclusively proven
tbe money power prevailed in
north and east. Tbe east could
win alone; neither could the south
Only by massing tbe forces ! each was
BijfU'aelswillini witila. Brrrgwd
bis hearers to. retneaabar that-- Bryan
would crw any soccaee be might have
to tbt Populist party, and that it was
tbe 1'eoula'a iudepeodent party that
had cumpelled the Democrats to adept
the Chicago platform. He refrained
mas mentioning Hawaii's name.
Knowvillx, Teno, William J.
Bryan began wark at 2 o.olock this
morning with a speech at Somerset, a
republican stronghold, to COOO citizens
Tbey hallowed loudly, Bryan said if
between bow and (lection day tbey
would get up as early as they did thia
morning and work as hard in tbe
cause of democracy as the nominee
worked yesterday there would be no
question of tba success of the cause.
Cuicaoo. Tbe Alley "L" road was
sold at anotion ef Leslie Carter and
George . Adams, representing th
bondholder, for $4,000,000. Plans ol
reorganization are expected to be
onspleted in tbe near future. It is
stated tbateleetricity will be substitut
ed for steam power.
8a Fiuxcibco. The jury alter be
ing out five minutes, returned a ver
dict of guilty a; ainst Oliver Winflrld
ocuscd of robbery and assault to
commit murder iu connection with
(ba abduction of James Campbol), tbe
i'uKTLaMD, Uc. Complete rwturas
!rotutnf the sixteen counties in
ti.e stata give Powers (Rep.) for gov
ernor 63,712 votes, and Frank (Dtsa.)
L23.014-. Thrsa figtiree bear out tbe
estimate heretofore made that the Be-
nublican - lurality wvuid not be far
away from 48,000.
Bcttalo, The fusion of the Pop
ulist and Democratic parties of New
Tork state ia tbe important work of
the conference today. Fit tbe active
support of a ticket to ba named by
the Democratic staU convention the
Populists will b gitan five repreaeata
Uvea upon the electoral ticket and
two cangTeaemen. The Populists as
sert thai tbeir union with th Dm
atary wQl ratvlt ia Brjan'aad Bewail
csrryingNew York by a large major
ity. Ciucaao. The last obstacle to the
contemplated fusion ou presidential
elector in Illinois between the silver
Democrats and Populists haa been re
moved and fusion finally efiected. At
a meeting of the Democratic central
committee today Chairman Heinrich-
fon announced that he bad received
tba resignation of three Democratic
electoral candidates. Their placet
will be given to Populists.
O A f IsTf aIILa?.3 Bmcuitaxtmc reHert 1
abT lit Miles' Nerve Plasters
GEO. G.McGEE, Prop.
Fairbank, : Arizona,
Headquarters for Msitora 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
Faikba.sk, A. T.
MRS. K. HARRINGTON, Prop.
Chagres Reasonable. Parties going
from Tombstone to Btsbee will
have ample time for dinner
before tbe train arrives.
Table Supplied With the Be.
GIVE IT A TRIAL.
ARCTIC ICE CO-
A. J. BISSETT,
Ice delivered to any
'part of tbe city at
2cts Per LB
Special rates to families for ice to regular
Office and ice house: Opposit potto fice
W. 0. ABBOTT
Samples by mail or express will receive
OU4 and Rrtiiunct Overtoil: Hou.
FLY'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY.
Fremo t STeet, opposi e Prospector.-
Careful attention given to turning o t the
Finrtt rtetrs and pictures of all stars i"
a mot artittie manner, superior
finish and lone.
Taken ori short notice. Groups lie
dally Chbinet, panel and standard.