WATOHWORD-----COOHISE COUNTY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD.
TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA FRIDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 4.1896.
City ami County Official Paper
PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING
, (Eactrr SUJ.DAY)
Wm. Uattlch Eutor- ani Proprietor.
Fremont St. Opposite City Hall
The Prospector win not hold itself respon
sible for any of the articles or senumeats ex
pressed by any of it corrFJcnts.
Entered in the Tombstone PostoSx a
Second Class matter.
JAMES BE1LLY. ATTOrlNEY AND
Counselor at Law. Land and Mining
w cm 9 tnecialiv. Tombstone. Arlxona.
cases a specialty.
. . vf r- STAHHLE. ATTORNEY
lALaw and Notary rublic. Tombstone-
GEO. W. SWAIN, ATTONEY AT
Law. Will practice in all courts of th
Territory. Tombstone Arirona.
NS. CLARK. ATTONEY AND COVN
I selor at Law. Office on Fourth Street.
between Alien and Tone. hnut. Tomb.
Will practice in all tbe courts or tht
Attorney and Counsellor at Law and
Noury Public, 4 7 Fremont street bet
4th and sb streets. A member oTthe Bar or
the Supreme Court ot the lemtoxy. and will
practice in any ef the courts therein.
WENTHWORTIl COUNTY RE-
corder and Abstract Office. Abstracts
ofuletorealesta'e and mines urn -
sJied promptly and acuraiely. Complete tran
scripts. Ofce in Conn House. Tombstone.
E. ALVORD. JUSTICE OF IKE
Peace. Office on Allen St: bet. 3!
1 OJ3ce on 4th St. bet.
WS. GORDON. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND
r.r.M-vn- Office adtoinlo? his residence
1 on 4th street. Call attended at aU hours
day and night.
C EAKI E. ASSYER AND META
hlupcal I-aboralory. Office ro
Fremont it, opposite City Hall
F &. A M.
m i .
Lx ' M.. iv.M Sitnrdav in each month.
rXVitinS broicrs cordially inrited to at-
ed. 1 h Mcpherson, w.m..
A L GROW Secretary.
. R. A M.
-VOCHLSE CHAPTER HQ. 4 'ETS
t .v: wnlav in each moetn. v is
A, WENTWORTH Secretary.
P. O. S. OF A.
, . ,;HINGTON CAMP NO 1 MEETS
Will Friday evening tn eiai i
iune Comrales cnrdially invited
T- W. CLARK. President
A. L. GROW. Secretary.
A. O. U. W-
OM&5TONE LODGE NO 3
A. O U.
W. meet istandjru inursuay m c.u
rothers cordially in-
" W. D. MONMONIEK. Recorder,
KNIGH rS OF
P.thbs No 4. meets etery 1st and 3rd
MAidaVs in each momh. Visiting
TOUiCT OT 7A.H. EMANUEL. C. C.
W. D. MONMONIER. K. of S.
'nrnt-f-nnu M..rr;::wrir jv z.
meets First Sunday in each month at
their hose bouse cw thecornerot Serentn
and Fremont streeu. opposite the school house.
TOM MITH Secretary,
gESCUE HOsE COMPANY MEETS
" -.l"Ci Fhst Sunday in each month at Gty Hall
Fremont streeu J.V.VICKEkS,
W ENTV CRT H, Secty President
J, N. McDONOUGH. Foreman. .,
e- Nfiisn COMPANY NO 1. MEErS
4 Ult Sundsy in ea h mon h at bose bou
- o-. t.S curner of Toushnut and h street.
IOSEPH LIPPEiCT roienwa
HENRV DUNKER. Secretaiy.
Wan'ed An agent in ereiy section to can
rass u 10 ts a cUy made; sells at sight;
alsoa mas to sell staple rocd to Oealcrs
tt ride lire, 175 a rrorth. Sjluy or liKe
orr.mislon maoe; tperie-ce unnecessary ror
sraled part Calais send sump. CMln Soap
Mna'actunns Comrwny, QncUnati. Ohio.
.F. CALVES, Prop. I
rornpt Srrv c Water per barrel, 25CU.
Per bucVet, 5 s.
Soecial Rates to' Families
Ltave orders ith wagon.
SAMUEL M. BARROW
SAMUEL M. BARROW
c, - ,
WATER STILL RISING
CMppewa Falls Beinf Slowly
3IASS OF ICE AND DEBRIS
Matters Look Threatening and
Hour I v Worse People
OTHER CITEIS IN DANGER
CHiPftTTi. Fall With the wter
gain cHtnl iog the outlook for this
threatnl valley ii still rstlier un
coaifortable. Forafilcn milet below
Chippewa Falls and Zau CUira and
for nearly the same distance atUurand
the mar ii a maps ot hacked ice and
timber and is hourly becoming won?.
Tba water has been backed up, flood
ing parte of DuranJ and tbe lower
levels of this city and people are still
moving from their house;. The lum
ber mill sre surrounded and partially
engulfed by water which hat frozen
Heir by butinera places and dwelling!
are in the same predictment although
Wring a little farther away from the
river channel, their situatlea is not to
Tea is " good" when you
like it; not good when you
If you don't like Schil
lings Best, the grocer pays
you back your money; wc
pay him to do so.
It is a good tea, well
cured, and fired in San
Francisco not in Asia.
A SAUIiae ft Coapaay
u Fnacuc 9t
Notice to Creditors.
In the Probate Court of the Couuty of Cochise,
Terntorr of Arizona.
ESTATE OF ANE L, BERRY, decease
Notice is hereby c'," by the underiieed aJ
ministrator of the estate ot Jane I Berry, de
ceased, to the creditors of and all persons hair
ing claims against the said deceased, to
exhibit them, with the necessary oacher,
within ten months alter the first publicati-n
of this notice. . the administrator, at Willeox,
In the countyofCochise.
Administrator of the estate of Jane L. Berry,
Dated December :nd, 1C9S. Da-tf
Wanted-An Idsa S
rrateet roar Mmu; ttrmajr totn tpo
Writ, "johh -w-xDrirKBtrRje a CO- ftteni
araV Wuatoaun. D. c, tar tlwir lai pr
dlUt of to hamilnil laTanUou wiaM.
two ounce bag, and two f
coupons inside each four
ounce bag of Blackwell s
Durham. Buy a bag
this celebrated tobacco
and read the coupon
which gives a list of val
uable presents and how
to get them.
on Referee Earo's
THE PURSE IS '.ENJOINED
Fitsirunipns Begins Suit and
the Fight WilllBegin
Again in Conrt
THE MONEY IN STATU QLO
Sis Fsaxcisco, Although Sharkey
was awarded the derision after the
eighth round in the battle with Fitz
itnmonr, the referee declaring that
Fitzimmons had struck a foul blow,
the tailor may not get the purse after
all. At any rate he will have to mate
a legal fight for it which mar prove a
harder atruggle than the fight. When
Refers: Wyatt Earp decided that
Filztimmona had struck Bharkey a
blow below the belt and that Sharky
wts tbe victor on a foul he handed
Lynch who i Sharkej' b&cker and
manager a certified check on the
Anelo-Otlifornia Bank for 110,000.
Fitzsimrnona promptly protested and
consulted an attorney who dtcided to
enjsin the bank from paying the mon
ey until the court! coul 1 pat on
Shark e'ti right to Ibu purse. Ytitei
day fouii after the b.iiii: ; ned Lynch
prenUi! the ceitltied c)rr. rn-i d-
j mantled pAvment. T.i Irs rii'pnre
the bank official rtfu-t-l t honor th
Pile.-! 1'ttcs! Itching llle
SYMPTOMS Moisture; intense itching
and stinging; most at night, worse by
scratching. If allowed to continue tum
ors fbrm,hich ofttn bleed and ulceratct
becoming very sore. Sayne's Ointmen
stops the itching and.bleeding,beals ulce
a'.tnn, and in most cases removes the
rumors. At druggist, or by mail, fot
ia cents. Dr. Swayre'acdl'.Son, Phila
K you want a good JS'o. 6. cookf tove
cereral pins and pots, also a small
heating stove thrown in; all second
hand but in good condition, can be
had for $ 10, cah ; alo a good tewing
machine Singer second nana but in
Al working order, for $12, cash. Call
at this cilice for canicular, tf
Ed Pboppector: I beg to ad visa
that our west-hound train now pawce
Benron nt llu?5 p. in. instead of 12:15
a. in. The eal-bouDd limitetl passes
B-nmii Mondys and Thureduys at
S:21n. 111., and tho wast-bound Wtd
neday ami Huttun-iy nl ,CI m. &a.
K. S. W'KBSItR,
Many thousand dollars
worth of valuable articles
suitable for Christmas
gifts for the young and
old, are to be given to
smokers of Blackwelrs
Genuine Durham To
bacco. You will find
one coupon inside each
liighest of all in Lcivcairv ower.
Earp Ruffled Over Comments
on His Decision
HE MAINTAINS HIS STAND
Corbett Sends a Telegram and
is lteadv The Hara-
SNOWFALL IN GEORGIA
Siil Fraxcisco Wytt Earp is vry
indignant over the comments
011 hu deeieion in the BharKey-Fitz-
simruona fight and laudly maintains
that bis drciiiomvas fair and honest.
He rays the foul was plainly inten
tentional. Xkw Yobk James J. Corbett tele
graphed Sharkey as follows: "Tom
Sharkey, San Fan Francisco, Cal. I!
am very sorry at Mr. Fitzsimmon'e
foul tactic ia hi contest with you
which prevented your gettiug a decis
ion 'vtr him in the full ten round
content without a fcul. I am ready to
meet you on or before January 1, 1897."
Atlanta A suow storm of almost
unprecedented seventy fortius season
of tho ytar, broke out this morning.
Snow commenced falling at 6 o'alock
and continued without cessation until
12. when it lay four inches deep.
Hamburg: Yanous Meetings of
striken were held today to consider
the situation in view of the refusal of
the employees to submit tbe disputes
to a court of arbitration. It was re
solved to call upon the strikers' com
mittee to declare the strike general.
From a letter written by Rev. J.
Gunderman, of Dimocdale, Mich., we
are permitted V. mk this extract:
'I have no hesitation in recommend
ing Dr. King New Discovery, as the
results weie almost marvelous in the
caia of my enfe. While I waa pastor
of tho Baptist Church at Rivers Junc
tion she was brought down vrith
Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe.
Terrible paroxysms of coughing would
last hour with little interruption and
it seemed as if phe could not survive
thsm. A 'rirtnl recommended Dr
KineVNtw Diieoseiy: it was quick in
it a work and highly satiafaeiory in re
sult." Trial bottles free at Tombstone
and su.y DrugiSStore. Regular size
The following is a list of letters re
maining in the general delivery at
the Tombstone poatoffice for the week
ending November 28, 1896:
B. Hanrody, D. McDonald,
Bessie Wand, J. Seamon,
W. Miller, Francic Val lex.
When calling for above letter, say
dvsrtised, giving dite of advertise
Emil Sydott .P. M.
Cape Cod Craiberries,
Siciian Citran, at
Latest U.S. Gov't Report
Chas. Noyes, Fairbank.
rV. M. Fool, San Franclsoo,
VL. C. Zimroeran, SYasblngton.- x
V H 0 add, Bisbee.
Ohas. Bigby, " "
Frank Langer, Paarce.
L. H. Scanlaad " "
H. U Score), Los Angelas.
GEO. G. McGEE.Prop.
Fail-bank, : Arr ona,
Headqaar'erc for vniiors frn- Tomb
stone and surrounding country.
Best of wines liquors and cigars
always on hand.
PAY THE EXCHANGE A VISIT
P. A. DEMARTINI,
A full line of
Faikbamk, A. T.
Chagres Reasonable. Parties going
from Tombstone to Bisbee will j
have ample time for dinner
ucior uC tram rnyss
Table Supplied With the Beit.
GIVE IT A TRIAL.
Allen St near 3d, (OldCustora'House.)
Ft'th California fruii received etfrft dag
by etpresi. Everything tali at
low tit rale. , Coodt deUttrti
Irert to nil itartt city.
Fith lUeeivtd Xcery
W. 0. ABBOTT
Samples by mail er express will receive
2ZP10 P1 a'ttntion.
Offlc 'ancfJtetldejiteOierleck Voute.
This I Tour Opporlnnlty.
Oa rwceiptcf ten cents, rrjsh or stsaatss,
a generous eiimp'e will I c mailed of ths
moat popular Cateri av Hay Fsvsr Cmi
(Ely's Crmin Ba:,.i trit3cent to dsssnn
atiata the groat x "xiw cf the remedy.
ELY BEOZ r?P,
S3 VT.. . . - J .lv Tk Hty.
Jtv. John Bei.l. .
empLaaixe ::c -tire
core for ctUr '
. ., vjjtU rse. I
t.' K -itin po4
r ,7 rx :Ir-cled.,,
Church, Helena, llji4
ElVa Croar.. p.a'm "U i!.
vm-s for ca'.nrTU
iro for ca'.nrrU r." - nshis r.o insrotuy
sab aa fasjuriou ut.j
.w. iC cuts.
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