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City Js4 County Official Paper
PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING
Wm. Hattich Editor and proprietor.
Fremont. St. Opposlws CUy Hall
The PaosrECTOR ill not bold itself respon
sible for any of the ailides or sentiments ex
imiml by any of it correspondents.
Entered la the Tombstone Postoffi as
Secand Class matter.
JAMES REILLY, ATTOjOiEY AND
Counselor at Law. Land and Mining
cases a specialtr. Tombstone. Arliona.
r r- cthiii r ATTnitN'RY AT.
Law and Notary Public. Tombstone
EO. W. SWAIN, ATTONEY AT
I Will ninice In Ml courts of ll
'Territory. Tombstone ArUoDi.
VS. CLARK. ATTONEY AND COUN-
5 selor at Law. Office on Fourth Street.
betweei Allen and Toujhnut. Tomb
Will practice in all the courts of the
Dim ccr.oivivn! PldHNTOS'.
C. Attorney and Counsellor at Law and
" Notary fublic, 43" Fremont street bet.
4th asd jth streets. A member or the Bar of
the Supreme Coon o the 'lerritoiy, and ill
practice in any ef the courts therein.
AWENTHWORTH COUNTY RE
carder and Abstract Qroce. Abstracts
of ttle to real estate afid mines turn
tsbadpremptlyand acurateiy. Complete tran
scripts. Omce in Court House. Tombstone,
OE. ALVORD. JUSTICE OF THE
Peace. Office on Allen St: bet. 31 &
L. KOSKA, UUTICE OF THF PEACE
Office on 4th St. bet. Allen ana
HS. GORDON. M.D. PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon: Omce adjoining his residence
on ath street. CaU attended at aU hours
day and night.
FC. EARLE. ASS.YER AND META
logical laboratory. Office No 319.
Fremont St. opposite City Halt.
F & A M.
KING SOLOMON LODGE. NO. 5
Meets third Saturday in each month.
Visniag brothers cordially invited to at
tend. I H McPHERSON. W. M..
A. L GROW Secretary.
R. A M.
OOCH1SE CHAPTER HQ. 4 MEETS
third Wednesday in each month. Vis
ltine Companions cordially invited to at
tend. TOM LOWRY. H. P.
A, WENTWORTH Secretary.
P. O. S. OF A.
WASHINGTON CAMP NO 1 MEETS
1st Fnday evening in each month. Vis
iting Comrades cordially invited
t. W. CLARK. President.
.A. 1. GROW. Secretary.
A. O. U. W-
TOMBSTONE LODGE NO 3. A. O U.
W. meet isrand vd Thursday in each
month. Visiting Mothers cordially in
ROBT. BEST M. W.
W. D. MONMONIEK Rocorder.
K- OF P-
ARIZONA LODGE KNIGHTS OF
Pythias No 4. meets every 1st ad 3rd
Mondays in each month. Vsitin;
brothers ooruallr invited.
A. H. EMANUEL. C. C.
WD. MONMON1ER. K. of S.
ROTECTION HOSE COMPANY NO 3,
' meets First Soaday in each month at
" ihdr hose biin the conwrcX Seventh
and Fremont streets, opposite the school honse.
TOM M1TH Secretary,
I-sESCUE HOSE COMPANY MEETS
K Tint StnuLiv m each mcnlb at Citr I!'I
" ftemoatatreet. ,. V VlCKFKS. j
W tMV ukim. atcty rreKii
J, N. McDONOUGH. Foreman.
ENGINE COMPANY NO 1. MEEIS
last Sunday in rt h non h at hose her
on the crneruiTouitfnnt and jthstrret.
IOSEPH LIPPEK1 Fo-eman
JJENRY DUNKER. Seeretaiy.
Wanted An agent in eveiy section to can
vass $4 to $$ a Ly made; sells at sight;
also a man to sell staple gccd to dealers
best side line, J75 a irorth. Saliry or large
commission maoe; ezperie-ice unnecessary For
, staled particulars send sump. Cli.'ton Soap
Manotacturiag Company, Cincinnati, Ohio.
til? F. CALVES, Prop.
Hipt Service. Water per barrel, 35CI.
Per bucket, 5 cis.
Soedal Rates to Families
Leave order with wagon.
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TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA SATURDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 10, 18q6
COUNTY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD.
Mer ffid Flag?
PEOPLES' PARTY PLATFORM
For President. W. I. BRYAN, of Nebraska.
For Vice-President. T. WATSON, of Georgia..
For Delegate to Congress. BUCKY ONEILL.
J- The free and unrestiiiled coinage of gold
and silver at the present tatio of 16 to x without
regard t the actions or wishes of any.pthar
nation arcombination whatever,
II- The increase al the current money to an
amount sufficient to meet the wants of our
growing population and business, such money
to consist of siher and gold coin and U. S.
Treasnry notes, equally a legal tender for all de
mands public and private.
HI. The abolition of all national banks aad
the establishment of Postal Saving Banks, man
aged and controlled by the U. S. Treasury.
IV, The establishment of a system of direct
legislation by the people, giving to the people
themselves the pawer, ist-To veto all lavs pass
ed by any less than 95 per cent of all their rep
resentatives, and te propose the enactment of
laws by any number greater than five per cent
of the electors and cunpel their submission to
the whole body of the electors.
V. That all means of transpsrtating persons
property and intelligence be gradually taken by
the Nation and conducted and controlled by an
unpartisan commission under strict civil service
VI. That all public salaries and cemoensa-
tions shall lie made to correspond to the price of
labor and labor's product.
A Good Ranch and Improve
ments Offered for Sale.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
J.1 bids will be received by the undersigned
administrator of the estate of Emile Lenormand
deceased up to and including November 14th
tE6 at his store in Tombstone Arizona for the
ranch of 160 acres, heretofore owned and occu
pied by aaid deceased, situated on the San
Pedra river in said county; fust above the Grand
Central Mill, and about two miles below the
town of Fairbank and also for all the personal
property and utensils belonging to and situated
upon said ranch which personal property is de
scribed in the inventory aad appriseraent in this
estatr. on file with the Probate udgr of said
county. Pos-essson can be given .December
1st. "185S." Tennsrof Tale,- castoTha right to
eject any and all bids 1 hereby reserved.
GEO. H. FITTS
Dated September jth, 1806
Allen St near 3d, .(Old. Custom House.)
Freth California fruit reeeivcdewjry day
by exprett. Everything told at
lowest rales. Good delivered
ret t all parts', of cit.
The follevrigresolutlon was
adopted by the City Council
at its last' regular session:
Resolved By the Common
Council of the City of Tomb
ston. that for the years 1897
-nd 18q8 the salary of Chief
of Police, to be elected at the
coming election.is hereby fixed
at $50 per month, an.l this
shall be full compensation for
all services rendered the city
by said chief of police.
' P.B. WARNEKROS,
D. K "Wardwell,
suddM cHwetlc changes.
It can be cared bya pleasant
remedy TMea Is sppliad di-
teeyleaJy atjfor&edit grew
Is Mkaeirlednd to be the most tboroagh mm 1st
Msaal Catarrh, Cold la Bead and Hay Wrrm f
snaya pain aaawaaoijaatiac, beau IM Sana, F
leetttae mwnbran frosa ee&.Twtoaifewm
of ta and town. Price cattngwe)r si
LT SBOTROU, MWmaatmC,wl'
THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
For Council B. A. PACKARD.
For Assembly J M. MEKRILL.
J. N. JONES.
J. J. BIGGS.
Ftr Sheriff. SC01T WHITE
ForTrsarurer... .A. WENTWORTH.
ForEeorder M. J.BROWK.
pikriet Attorney A. B, ENGLI8H.
For Probate Judge S. A. D.UPTON.
For Supervitor J. McPHERSON.
For Surveyor LeJt Vacant-
THE KJSruHLICAX TICKET.
ForCouncil W. P, LONG.
For Assembly. . . . J. FABRINGTON.
For Sheriff. F. E. OADWEL
For Treasurer C.L.CUMMINGS.
For Recorder E. W. PERKIN8'.
For Probate Judg.. W.F.BBADLET.
iJtsfrtcf Attorney G. W. WAIN.
Fr Suptrvitor T. C. AMSDEN.
A. L. GROW.
For Surveyor C. W.TYLER.
JTIIE POPULIST TICKET.
For Council J. MATHIAS.
For Assembly P. A. LOFGREEN.
G. S. OROCKETi".
For Sheriff. . J. McC ABE.
For Treasurer A. WENTWORTH.
For Probata Judge W. M. FI KE,
For Recorder GEO. PORTER,
District Attorney JA8. REILLY.
For Supervisor GEO. W. BRYAN.
For Surveyor Left Vacant.
FOR SALE A lood top buggy
newly pai -le.i, tirta just act, springs
adjuat l at.il everything firet-clat; If
purchaser cvu find any tiling wrong
wilii 1'ie biker, will pay expento of
fixing cmn without any additional
eo- Prir- witb shaft sintilo 01
double. fflO cash. A ply at thi office.
Send your address toJH. E. Bucklen eV
Co , Chicago, and get a free sample box
of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A tria
will convince you of their merits. These
pills are easy in action and are partic
ularly effective in the cure of constipat
011 and sick headache. For malaria and
liver troubles, they have been proved in
valuable. Tbey are guaranteed to be
perfectly free from every deleteriojs sub
stance and to be purely vegetable. They
do not weaken by their action, but by
giving tone to the stomach and bowels
greatly invigorate the system. Regular
size 2 jc per box. Sold by Tombstone
T T nV a kaitaa HiJaMrarttnrV f9 4Vl
W transient nature of the many phya- J
taal ilia, -which Taxtiah belore proper !
lorta gentle efforts pleasant eSorta
rihtlj directed. There 5s comfort in
the knowledge, that so many forms of
sickness ere not due to any actual dis
ease, Vint smply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly remove. Testis why It is the only
remedy with jnlll ions of families, and is
vsrywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial
ffecta are due to the fact, that it is the
mm remedy which promotes internal
leanllneast without debilitating the
organs on which it acta. It is therefore
all important, in order to get its bene--fldal
effects, to note when you pur
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which ia manufactured by the Cali
forida. Fir Syrup Co. only mad sold by
all rspti table druggists.
If In the enjoyment of good healtfi,
aad the system is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
teted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the most akillxal
pfcyatefeBS, but if In need Jf a laxative,
eaaakooldBave the best, and with tb
wsll-informed everywhere, Syrop of
rtge steads highest and 1 most large
Highest of all in Lcavenin7Poirer-Latest U. S, Gov't Report
A Most Flattering State
ment of the Ootlook.
WHIT J AS. K. JONES THINKS
A Robber Commits Suicide Be
fore He Allows Himself
to be Captured.
BRYAN'S SPEAKS IN IOWA
Atlanta In response to an iniiui y
from the Journal. Senator Jones,
chairman of the Dsmocratio natioual
comrutttee, wired the following state
mtenl: ''The Georgia election means the
olid south as well as the solid west
for Bryan in November. Considering
the fact that Georgia Democracy had
arrayed against it the united strength
of the administration, -Republicans,
Populists and Prohibitionists, a major
ity of 20,000 would hare been regarded
a a good victory. It appears from
the returns that we have double that,
having made gsns in nearly every
county. I consider the result as
assuring Bryan a majority of not less
than 60,000 ot 70.000 in November.
It shows the people are with us in this
fight and they cannot be diverted by
any subordinate issues whether of
local or natioual interest, I am more
than confident that Bryan will not
only carry every southern state, but
also every state west of the Mississippi
river, as well as a large majority of the
central western states, insuring him
ws overwhelming majority in the elec
Mixkcapous, Minn. A Fsirmouut
Minn, special to the Journal gives a
more detailed account of the fight
with the Sherbourne bank'robberfrom
which it appears the bandit committed
suicide after being tracked down. He
bad been traced to a desorted house by
the marshal of Banorof t. As the lat
ter approached the fugitive sprang
at and shot bis pursuer dead. He
then mounted his wheel and started
off but at this jametura the tire col
lapsed aad he fed on root to a neigh
A bullet from the revolver of a
Deputy Marshal wingwfyiim and as the
feesee esrae thundering up be sent a
ball through his brain. His evident
fearof being lynched was well grounded
The dead man is the larger of the two
end according to the Feirmouot ac
count u Pratt. The other is surround
ed ia the woods between Forest City
aad Albert Lea, Minn., and bis cap
ture before nightfall is considered
too xCmr.Ie. Was. J- Bryan ar
riyed at gioax City from Marshall
towa at L25 this morning, an hour
behind time. The delay was caused
by numerous demands of people at
stations alaag tbe line loss the pre
sidential candidate. Nearly all sight
crowds gathered at stations to cheer
the train stopped tea minutes. Bryan
went out on the rearpUtform and ad
dressed a large crowd.
Minneapolis, Minn. The local
committee of arrangements announoes
that Bryan will speak here on Mon
day evening at tbe Lyceum theatre
exclusively to the ladies. This is a
decided innovation in the campaign.
The pleasant effect and perfect safety
with which ladies may use Syrup of Figs,
under all conditions makes it their favor
ite remedy. To get the true and genu
ine article, look for the name of the
California Fig Syrup Company, printed
near the bottom of the pickage. For
sale by all responsible druggists.
All Democratic candidates are
expected to be at Tombstone
on Wednesday Oct. 14th for
ratification meeting; at Pearce
Thursday 15th .and at Bisbee
GEO. G.ilcGEE, Prop.
Faiibank .- Arizona,
Headquarters for visitors from Tomb
stone and surrounding country.
Best of winea liquors and cigars
always on hand.
PAY THE EXCHANGE A VISIT
P. A. DEMARTINI,
A full line of
Fairbank, A. T.
Chagres Reasonable. Parties going
from Tombstone to Bisbee will
have ample time for dinner
before the train arrives.
Table Supplied With the Beat.
GIVE IT A TRIAL.
W. 0. ABBOTT
ITS BRANCHES ..
Samples by mail or express will receive
Office and Residence Oterloch House.
FLY'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
Krrroo t s-reet, opposi e Prospector.
Careful attention given to turning o t the
Finest vietcs and pictures of all sises in
most artistic manner, tuperior
Taken on short notice. Groups a a
' -itkr Cabiaot, panel aad staadars,