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- - - - D. K. Watdwel
Recorder - a
desk District Court
I. V. Vickers
G. W. Swala
W. F. Bradley
H. O. Howe
. A. Bright
. K. Duncan
Surveyor - -
Court Uomntintoner - - J-
L. P. FISHER, at; Merchants' Exchange
San Francisco. '
O. It KELLOGG. No. 310 Pine street.
Room 57 and 53, San Francisco.
E. C DAKE, room 65. Merchant Exchange,
GEO. P.ROWELL, 10 Spruce St New
N. W. AYER SON. Philadelphia.
AD transactions made by the above named
persons wCl be complied with at the PROS
One Tear $10 00
8lx Months 6 00
Three Months 3 00
Delivered by Carriers for 25 cents
CITT AND COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
Many new mining schemrsare iu pro-
greet ef incobttion in Cochise county,
If a, few of them materialize it means
Additional evidence cf restored con
fidence: A New York gentleman has
succeeded in selling; gentleman from
Brooklyn a beautiful geld brick.
X Georgia editor takes this tensible
view of the aituation : "Sink or svrim,
we're with ibis country, aod we'll
never drown while we can kick and
holler for rope."
- Meziee.it seems, has something else
besides eilver to sustain herself the
is .a great oeffee producer, and last
year she sent 53,983,500 pounds ef
that berry to market the yield of
about 50,000,000 trees.
The extreme high price of 14 cents
per pound for copper ought to make a
great activity in prospecting in Cecbite
county. Fine copper prospects are
found at every point of the compass
from this place, and some ef the pros
pects are unsurpassed anywhere in the
territory. Cochise abounds in good
Thousands of working men in dif
ferent paits ol the conntry who know
that free eilver is right, but voted for
the gold standard under a premise
that their wages would be raised ten
per cent, are not worrying themselves
just now about the ten percent, but
are standing out in the cold wonder
ing what has become of the other
' Dlaety. AlltUtjUcrijue Ceiuwcxal.
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 package. For
sale by all responsible druggists.
Weigh the Tea
that are '
or one pound weigh onlv
6 and 12 ounces.
Pride of Japan Tea
the best in packages
imported- Weighs full 8
and 16 ounces.
Ask your grocer for ,"
Pride of Japan Tea
M. J. BRANDENSTEIN & QO.
Sao Francisco aa Yokohama
What Are We Here For?
THE FUN OR THE M0N?
From tte expression upon our friends face hej is
evidently here for neither hut as for us
WE ARE HE&E FOE. BOTH.
We are handling
FRAjVIZ SIDDAL1LS SOAJP
"Which for easy and perfect washing cant' bo beat.
Cottolene s Cottolene - Cottolene.
That perfection for shortening purposes is
giving general satisfaction "We have it in
3, 5, and 1 0 Pound Pails
are well supplied with
for use during J:hishot
Boned Turkey, Boned Chicken, Roast Turkey, Eoast
Chicken, Sardines of all, kinds, Canned Soups in
variety, French, Enelishand American Mackeral
in cans. Brook Trout'in either Tomato or
Mustard sauces, Deviled Turkey,
Chicken, Tongue, and Ham, Ham
burger Eels in Jelly, Boston
Baked Beans plain or ir " .
Tomato Sauce, Antf
many other Goods
Also m regular receipt ol Holland, Limourger and
Jon't Forge: that we are icls agents ior .ToTibstone and
Chase & Santa's Seai Brani "Col.
D0RNF.S, OB S1X1H
y ' 'wg
prepared goods of all'kind
weather consisting of
AND ALIEN S1REEE8
CHAS, BULOTTI, Tropr
Choicest line 01 Wines and
Imported and Domestic Cigars,
Courltoui Attention to Patron.
Allen, bet. 4th & GUi. Tombstone
GAItLEYATO & PALA, Propr's,
WINES.LIQUORS & CIGARS.
Dealers in Bourk's Irish and Sc0lch
Whisky, and Other Well Knotcn
Brandt. A Specialty made
of belt Clareti and Wintt.
Billiard Farlcr in Connnection and the
Cfcles Place in Town.
Allen, bet. 0lh.S-.7tb, Tombstone
J . A. KOSKA Proprietor.
Fineit Stock of Wines, Liquor and
Cigars in the Territory.
PRIVATE CLUB ROOMS ATTACHED.
Best and Purest Brands of Whiskies
Brandies and Wines kept Con
stantly on Hand.
Tost mil find "Al" cf home, on AUtr,
St bet. ith and 5th.
J. N. McDONOUGlT, Prop.
Ihe Finest and Best Htted Billiara
Parlors in the City.
Importer of the Best Wines, Liquors
Billiard and Pool Tables in Conjunc
tion. Mixed Drinks a Speeialty.
Private Club Rooms.
Allen, bet. 4 lb A Gtb.Tombiiton
In the Probate Court of the County of Co
chise. Territory of Arizona.
Inth- mater ol theestite"pf Dunn Holcombr.
Pursuant to an order of said court, made on
the 17th day of September. A, D. 1896, notice is
given that F' iday, the 5th day of October, A. D
1806, at 2 o'clock p. m ol said day, at the court
room of said coon, at the court house In the
city ef Tombstore, and county of Cochise, bas
been appointed as tb: time and place for prov
ing ttewill of sid Emma llolcombe. deceased,
and for hearine the apoliration ol ". F. Nich
ol for Ihe issuance to r ira of letters tesumentary
uben and here any person interested may ap
pear and contest the same 3
W. F. BRADLEY,
S-iS-tf Ex.omcie Clerk
TA JTED SOLICITORS FOR CAM
PAIGN Book "Bryan Sewall and Free Silvti'a
authorit-d by Bryan written by R. L. Mctcalf
editor Omaha World Herald appointed author
by Bryan, contains speeches and platform. A
bonanza for agents; a Iree silver mine for work,
ers; onlv i tn; jbfnn'y ?uthorited bock ys ser
cent; credit ciTenrfreteht paid; cutfitfrre, Bcjin
now with choice of territory; cermanent, "proS
table work for '96. Address The National Book
Concern Star builiinr Chicaro. ar
Tohbstonk, Oct, 29, 1E5
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Take notice; That on the 28u day of Septem
ber. 1896. the firm af Hazlewood and Huddy.
doing bus ness at Pearce. county ot Cochise, A
T. mortgaged to Geo H Fitts all the stock in
trade and personal property of said firm, includ
ing the book accounts, and gave him possession
of the same, and tne same pttfpeny'arid'booV
accounts were attached in tl.evuitciP D War
nekros, v Hazlewood & Huddy
This is therefore to warn all persons who sre
indebted to said firm not to pay the same to the
said Hazlewood ft Huddy. cr eitherof them, as
suehfpaynjent will net be recognized by ui.
C. H. FITTS.
.P. B. WARNEKROS.
MILL FOR SALE.
A ten-stamp mSl a it.KTK, 6 panv, 3 set-
1 tWs, an agitator, to iS-foot revolving concen-
tra'orj. 16x36 CorLis engine, two vmitn, alt in
good wcrkins rrder. ' BuiMing" r.ear'y nrw
Canberroved as 11 close to. railroad Must
de sold, and can be bought for $S.oco cash
Address sosptcioi loe. Tombstone Ari
,. Notice Is hereby siven that the duplicate
assessment toll ot the Cocr ty of Cochise is now
in my posicn for the ccllection ol tases lev.
iei-ior tbestarltcAinlald annty
faxes "iI li-ccme deh'riquent on the 3d
Monday in. Deoeft'xr i8c6. atd nnless paid
before ih cUte a penally of five per cent wi
Payment may be made at my effie in tb
county court' house at Tombstone, during office
hoars 9 a m to 12 m and 1 to 5 p m,
Treasurer and Ex-Ora'So Tax Collector
Tombstone, October 26, I896 02
Consolidated National Bank.
Of" Tucson, Arliouii.
Cauita! Stock - - $50,000.
M. P. FREEMAN, President.
V. C DAVIS, Vice-President.
II. B. TENNEY..Cashi-i
Issues drafts available at any point in the
United States. Dsaws bills 01 exchange o- a
European cities, and mikes a specialty of out-ol
town accounts Kith Invdiui"U, firms and cor
eratlias. in. ail'
FLY'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
Fretoo t s'reet, opposi e Prospector.
Careful attention given to turning o t thr
Finest views and pictures of all sizes in
a most artitt'e manner, superior
: JLCJSE? CU aS3E&i
Taken on short notice. Group, ass
ally Chjiast, onil i 1 itn It
TJSDKBTAKUJa PAJOjOB? OF
C. B. Tarbell
Coffins, Caskets. Robes. Etc
From the Plainest to the Finest Made.
The Columbia Iron Caskets kept Con
stantly tn stock.
Bodies Temporarily or Permanently
Embalmed by the Latest Process.
Tombstone & Pearce
MAIL AND STAGK LINE.
FRANK BLATZ, - Prop.
Makes semi weekly trips to and from
Pearce every Wednesday and Sun
day of each neek, making the round
trip in one day, carrying TJ. S. ma!
FARE, round trip - - 54
The National Matte Smelter.
A practical and simple method of matting
sulphide ores, such asnickle, copper, gold and
silver ores. In localities where lead ores and
fuels are scarce and almost unattainable, our
pyritic, water jacket Matte Smelter has been re
cognized with highly satisfactory results, and
has been thoroughly trsled on various pjratic
sulphide and arsenide ores, in capacity of 2 to
So tots per day. It is the most practical,
cheapest and simplest m-thod of gold and silver
ore matting and concentrating that is known
It requires no extrao-dinary skill, no lead ores,
no fluxing material, and no fael of any kind for
the smelter alter it is started. The sulphur in
the ore is its natural fuel anly, and its cost has
no comparison with any other process of con
centrating We are prepared to furnish any size or capac
ity plant complete to substantial mining people,
srt it up and furnish our men to run it for them
on eay payments. Price and specifications
furnished with references and testimonials on
NATIONAL ORE & REDUCTION Co.
573S Cheltenham Avenue, St. Louis, Mo,
Manufacturers of Furnaces for
NicUe. Copper, Gold, Silver and.Lead Ore
In the Probate Court, Coanty of Cochise Ter
I1ITHK MATTi-R OFTHK. ESTATEjOF
cmiie Lencmuna deceases;
Notice of Appliealioa for order of sale.
Notice is hereby given that Geo. II. Fitts
Administrator, has filed with the Clerk cf this
Court a petition praying for an order of sale of
all real snd personal property 01 rccearrtJ and
that the 5th day of. October, I896, at 2 o'clock
p. m. of said diy being a day of a regular term
ef t'lis court 10 wit ef the October term. I806
at the Cochi:e countr court bouse, in Tomb
stone county aforesaid, has been set for hearing
saia petition, wnen and wnere any person inter
ested may appearand show cause why the said
said petition should not be granted.
W. F. BRADLEY.
Dated Sept.. 5th i3c.
J.1U1 S.KJ XLl
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Notice is hereby given, that certain mining
claims called theTam Bien, McGinty and Par
agon, situated in the Warren miciog district,
and about one-half mile north-caste Iv from the
Holbreok hoisting works, and about 'the same
distance from the town of Birbee, A T. 1st. As
the above turned claims were not located In
conformity with the U. S. mining; lswf, there
fore, a second party, at a later date, relocated
the same in full conformity with the kabove
named laws, and' Is fully determined to protect
his rights. Therefore, all peirons are cau
tioned not to bargain lor. buy orleve the atf
named claims. Z. S. MANSL'R.
ais-m Bisbee, A. T.
and It the rssull ef cMt and
tuiMen clm.tic cianjts.
It can be cnrwl bra pleuant
r.raedr 7n!ca la ippHed di
rtcSf Icto tb cottrUa, IU
Ingouiekly abutted It gives
Efy's Cream Balm
I acknowledged to be the most tloronrt ear Svr
?fusl Cstarrn. Co'J rn Head and liar Fever or afi
sJSzjg palA And ioilaniinstio; . bea Ue sotm, pr
tecta ta menbrac from eold nttom the neomru
SIX jjaOTUEKS. U Warren StrMt, Vev Tew.
ALL PERSONS ARE CAUTIONED
against purchasing; or negotiating a paper pur
porting to call for one hundred dollars, favor ol
John Gates 'and endorsed by me as same has
been paid, as I bold Mr. Gates receipt Sal
rape I has been lost. T, B. CH VTTMAN
Pearce, Attg. 17 184
Carriage I Blacksmith
The largest "and Best Equipped EstaHIshrr.ent of iln Kind in
All Hinds of Buggv, Wagon and
Woodwork Neatly and
Best Facilities for Doing All Kinds of
Repairing in Wood and Iron. None
but First-class Workmen
XcTFull assonmrnt of hardwood and iron for sale.
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O. L. OUMMINGS.
Wholesale and Retail Butcher,
COR. 5TH AND FKEMONT SIKEETS.
Beef. Pork, Mutton, Veal, Sausage, Bologna Pickled Trip
Choice Steaks, Roasts, etc. Experienced Cutlers.
Free Delivery to all parts of the City. Your p atronage solicited.
A.TJIJE.1S St. I3ETWI3E3V 4,th. AI v .Ttla
FirEt-Class Ji'eals Eestof Attention; Every thing in Season
BOARD PER WEEK $7 CO
THREE MEALS l 00
SINGLE MEALS '.'."".'.'.'.'.'.'. 50
Dinners tor Scecia. Occastons a Specialty Try a Meal at this Popular Resor
First-Class Cooks enly Employed. Accommodations for Families
J C4i:SAR, Proprietor.
TOMBSTONE GAS OO.
A. ASHMAN Lessee.
WELSBACH INCANDESCENT 3AS LIGHT
In General Use throughout the United States and Europe, d successfully comr
inj; with Electricity, both in Brilliancy and Cost of Light. Uses Three Cub
Feet of Gas per Hour, and yields a Light of Sixty-Candle Power,
Equal to four ordinary burners with doable thztsmssst of gas.
COST OF LAMP $2.75
Placed in Position Without Extra Charge.
OFFIC'K I BASK DCII.bl4J. XO.1I IIKTOX E. ARIZMi.
(1CCHISE HOUSE. MRS J.
) Corner Fourth and Toughnut Streets, "y
ELEGA1VTLY FUIt3VISEaEr ROOBIS
gjfVieitOTS to this city will find the Cochise a superior hotel end oi
offering excellent accomcUtions.
A LARGE AND COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOM FOR COMMERCIAL MB.
All Modern Conveniences. Rates Moderate.
SAN JOSE HOUSE. "''
MRS. F. J. BEAN, Prop.
Centrally Located, Large, Clean ant
Well Vintilated Rooms.
fe a II x I Mrs-S-GALLEN P p
Vlllglfj H1T0 Fifth bet. Allen and TouS .no.
UlUUU BBU&?l!B TinjbstonrT"7 An'zoc
FIRST CSASS IN EVERY RESPECT. PARx;C It POR (SUE
Everything Made Convenient lor Guests Special Ratts to Parties by the W
or Mon'h. Renovaied Throcf;hout.
SA3IPLB JiGOM FOP. DPUJJMKJIS. HA TEH JtEAECKABi
1 NEWLY FURNISHED LARGE A1RVI
1 ROOMS. BEST ACC03DI0IATRX- .
This Favorite Headquarters for Ccmmercial ?.itn lia-itci tn nevly fitte
renovated and neatly furnished throughout with sptci.nl irtiir.ietn the ti&'e c
public Rooms essulle and single. Prices Moderate.
Everything fiirst-class Samnle rccrrs for roimr.eria) xn
an 1 Allen.
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