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Mayor ... P.'R. Warnelcros
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First Ward -
Second Ward - - llacob Miller
fhW Ward -" - P. W. Downs
Fourth Ward - - - V. K. Waidvel
iaerrt - g - C. S. Fly
Treasurer - - f. V. Vickers
Recorder - A. Wentworth
Oktrlct Attotna - G. V. Swain
Prolate Judge - - W. F. Bradley
Clerk District Court - - Scott While
Burreyor - - II. G.Howe
Assessor - - - '.A. Bright
CJrt CoraralnloiMT - - . J. F. Duncan
U P. FISHER. ai7 Merchants' Exchange
U. H. KELLOGG. Na 310 rice street.
Room 57 and 58. San Francisco.
E.' C. DAKE. room 65. Merchant Exchange,
GEO. P. ROWELL. 10 Spruce St. Ne
N. W. AYER & SON, Philadelphia.
AD transactions made by the abore named
persons will he complied with at the PROS
One Year 110 00
Six Month- 8 00
ThxeeMonths 3 00
'belirered by Carriers for 25 oenta
CUT m CODSTT OFFICIAL PAPER
Tombstone mait have a eanitarium
before bar name as a winter retort can
be firmly ei Ublsbed.
The time is now here when Tisitors
ram the north seeking a warmer
clim, either in search ol health or
pleasure, put in an appearance.
Such a number of senators and rep
resentatives have expressed them
selves so strongly in favor of the estab
lishment of a Department of Mines
and Mining that any move in that
direction will receive careful and serious
The wise policy of the friends of free
coinage is to open the road for the
gold standard people in resotct of all
matters affecting the tariff. Xet them
hare their way in regard to tariff leg
islation, and so let them demonstrate
what they cm do to ard rettoring
permanent prosperity to the country.
Should they fail, the argument would
bo for that reason all the stronger for
free, coinage in the succeeding cam
paign. Denver Republican.
Montana must be a whole lot closer
to heaven tlinn most places on earth
Just listen to what the millionaire
banker and mine owner, James A.
Hurray says ;
"No matter what may come, I will
cot reduce the wages of any nun in
my employ. Why should one man
who docs ery little work be able to
roll in luxury and have more money
than he knows what tt do wish while
thousands of men whose labor pro
duced the wealth are practically penn
iless! Four dollars a day Is small
recompense for a man who goes into
tha mines every day, taking his life
in' his hands and risking everything
be has in ah world."
Two Cups in
Choice, tender, young
tea leaves, the first pick-'
ings of the crop prop
erly cured and packed as
soon as picked never
touched again until open-
j ed by the consumer. Re-
suit, me rragrance ana
strength of two cups of
ordinary tea in one cup
Pride of Japan.
Ask your grocer for it
M. J. BRANDENSTEIN & CO.
4 Sn Ftancltco and Yokohama
What Are We Here For?
THE FUN OR THE MON?
From the expression upon our friends face bej is
evidently here for neither but as for us
WE ARE HERE TOR BOTH.
We are handling
yt" ' 'JsraB
ejelvist: sirr A.LTL.S soe
Which for easy and perfect washing cant' be beat.
CHAS, BULOTTI, iVoj.r.
Choicest line 01 Wines and
Imported and Domestic Cigars,
Courteous Attention to Patrons.
Allen, bet. 4th Si 5th, Tombstone
WINES,LIQUORS & CIGARS.
Dealers in Bourk's Irish and Scotch
Whisky, and Other Well Known
Brands. A Specialty made
of best Clarets and Wines.
Billiard Parlcr in Connnectioa and the
Cn!es Place in Town
Allen, bet. Gth &7h. Tombstone
J . A. KOSKA Proprietor.
Finest Stock of Wines, Liquors and
Cigars in the Territory.
PRIVATE CLUB ROOMS ATTACHED.
Best and Purest Br-inds of Whiskies
Brandies and Wines kept Con
stantly on Hand.
You wil Und "Al" at home, on Alter.
St let. 4th and 6th.
Cottolene - Cottolene - Cottolene.
That perfection for" shortening purposes is
giving general satisfaction We have it in
3, 5, and 1 0 Pound Pails
11 C are well'supplied with prepared goods of all kind
for use during this hot weather consisting of-
Boned Turkey, Boned Chicken, Roast Turkey, Koast
Chicken, Sardines of alllkinds, Canned Soups in
variety, French, JEnelishJand 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 r
Tomato Sauce, Ant?
5many other Goods
Also in regular receipt 01 Hol!and,J3LimDurger and
j. &'. Mcdonough. Prop.
Ihc Finest and Best Htttd Billiard,
Parlors in the City.
Consolidated National Hank' KpESKSBSSaSHSESgKas
M 'I'iickuii, Arizona.
Caiiitnl Stock - . - $50,000.
M. P. FREEMAN. President.
W. C. DAVIS. Vice-President.
H. B. TENNEV..Cashlr.
Issues drafts available at any point in. the
United States. bias bills 01 exchange 02 a
European chics, and raak-s a specialty of oul-ol
town accoucts with InrtLM-nN, firms and cor
oraut. m.aS l
FLY'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
Frcmo t s'reet. opposi e Prospector.
Careful attention gnen to turning o t the
Finest views and pictures of all sises in
a mott artist'c manner, superior
Taken on short notice. Groups ass
ally Crtr-st, piijt lilxtai U
Undertaking Paioobs of
C. B. Tarbell
Coffins Caskets- Robes. Etc
From the Plainest to the Finest Hade,
Jon't Forge: that we are &cle agents for Tombstone and
Gte & ImWi Seal firm
Importer of the Best Wines, Liquors
Billiard and Pool Tables in Conjunc
tion. Mixed Drinks a Spefialty.
Private Club Booms.
Allen, lift. 4 ill A ."Uli.Tonilmon
In the Probate Court of Uw County of Co
chtse. Territory cf Ariiona.
In the mater ol the estate of Emma Holcorr.be.
Purtnant " an rtrrnf af cCUTt. cs
the 17th dar of September. A, I. 1896. notice is
given that K-i&iy, the yb day of October, A D
1896, at 2 o'clock p. m ol S)iddav, at the court
rormofsaid court, at the court house in the
city of Tcmbstore. ard county of Cochi'e, has
been appoirtecl as th; tin e and place for prov
ing the ill of S4id Emma Holcombe, deceased,
and for bearing the apcliraticn ol V F Nich
ol for the issuance to f im of Itts testamentary
when and uhereany person interested may ap
pear and contest the same
W T MRADLEY.
S-18-if Hx.ofSae Cleric
1VA ITED SOLICITORS FOk CAM
PAIGNIJ00L "Bryan Sewa!I and Free Silvej'i
authoru'd by B-yan wiilten by R, I. Metealf
duor Omaha World Hera'd appointed author
by Bryan Cf ntains speeches and platform. A
bvnarza for arjents. a Irce siher mine for vrorl.,
ers, only 8: 50, the only authorized book 50 per
oenf crrdit plve n freight psyd.clttfreev Ben
now with choice of temtory; rrmanent, profi
table work for '96 Address The National Book
Concern Star btuliinj' Chicaro, ai
TOMESTOJ.K. Oct, 39, 1E96
TO U.L WHOM IT MAY CONCERN'
Take nonce; That on the 281b day of Septem
ber. 1896, the firm af Marleuood and Huddy,
doing bos ness at Pearce. county ol Cochise, A
T. mortjracrd to Peo II Fitts all the stock in
trade and personal property of said firrr, includ
ne the book accounts, and gave him possession
ofthsanw iwt the i wwnjf"4 bes
accounts were attached in the sut of P B ar
nekroi. v Ilaslcuood & Huddy
This is therefore to warn all persons who are
indebted to said Arm not to pay the same to the
siid Hatlewood ft Huddy, cr either of them, as
such payment will not be recoenircd byui.
G. H. FITTS
MILL FOE SALE.
A ten-stamp mill roiiiT-ETE. 6 poni. 3 set
tlers, an agitator, to iS-foot rerolin; concen
trators, 16x36 Corlis engine, to boirs,alIin
f;ood Horlinc order Bta!in neuly new
Can be moved as it close to railroad Must
de sold, and can be bo.'ght for J8 000 cash
Address sosrECIOR !, Tcmbstonr An
Tax Coliecfors Kotice
Notice is hereby tircn that the duplicate
assessment roil ol the County of Cochise is now
In my possession for the orTiectiori Ol taies kr
ied for ihejear Ifj6 jn slid crunty
Taxes will beccme delmqntnt en the 3d
Monday- in DeremVr 1846. and t-nless paid
befomhit d.tf a penalty of five pa cent i
be added thereto.
Payment may be made at n y off.e in th
county court bouse at Tombstone, during effee
boors 9 a m to ta m and r to 5 p ra.
4 Treasurer and Ex-Offi'io Tar Collector
Tombstone. October 26, 18c,6 026
The Columbia Iron C&slcets kept Con
stantly 5n stock.
Bodies Temporarily or Permanently
Embalmed by the Lat'st Process.
Toitone & Pearce
MAIL AND SrAGE LINE.
I RANK BLATZ, - Prop.
Makes semi weekly trips to and from
I'earce every Wednesday and Sun
day of each week, mikinz the round
tnp in one da, carry iriR U. S. ma!
FARE, round trip - - 54
The National Matte Smelter.
A practical and simple method of mattine
sulphide ores, such as n.ckle, copper, cold and
siher ores. In localities bere Ieai ores and
fuels are scarce and almost unattainable, our
pynuc, water jacket Matte Smelter has been re
cognized with highly sausfoctory results, and
has been thoroughly tes'ed on various piratic.
sulphide and arsenide ores, in capacity of 2 to
80 tons per day. It is the most practical,
cheapest and simplest method of poid and sier
ore nutung and concentratirg tht is known
It requiresno extrao'dinary skill, no lead ores.
no fluxing- material, anc no fuel of any kind for
the smelier alter It is started. The sulphur in
the ore Is its naturtl fu-1 only, and its cost has
no companion 1IU any other process c; cs
We are prepared to furnish any size or capac
ity plant complete to suostanuil mining people,
set it up and furnish our men to run it for them
on cay payments Price and specifications
furnished with references and testimonials on
NATIOVAL ORE & REDUCTION Co.
5730 Cheltenham Avenue. St. Louis, Mo,
Manufacturers of Furnaces for
Nickle. Copper, Gold. Silrer andJLead Ore
In the Probate Court, County of CochisetTer
niory of Anxona,
I.'ITHE MATTER OFTHE ESTATEJOF
rjniie uenormana cccease3.
Notice cf Application for order of sale.
Notice is hereby m.en that Geo. H. Fitts
Administrator, has filed ith theQerkof this
Court a petition praying for an order of sale of
au real ana personal property 01 recessed ana
that the 5th iiy of, October, 1896, at 2 o'clock
p. m. ol saia air ncin; a cay 01 a regular term
cf this court to wit of the October term. I806
at the Cochise county court bouse, in Tomb
stone county aforesaid, has been set for hearing
Said petition, when and where any persorvinter
esled may appear and show ciue w hy the said
said pet.tiou sroud net De gnnteo.
W. F. BRADLEY
Dated Sept.. 5th tSo6.
TO ALL WHOM 'IT MAY CONCERN.
Notice is hereby given, that certain mining
Claims cauea ine Jam ISien, Alcom'y and far
aeon, situated In the Warren mining district,
and about one-half mile north caste Iv from the
Holbrook hoisting works, and about the same
distance from the town of Bisbee. A. T, 1st As
the above named claims werr not located In
conformity itb the U,S. mining taw, there
fore, a second party, at a later date, relocated
the same in full conformity itk the above
named laws, and is fully determined to protect
his rights. Therefore, all petsons are cau
tioned not to bargain lor. buy or lease the ilof
named cttims. a: MANiUK,
ais-m Sisber, A. T.
and Is the result of colds and
sudden clubtlic changes.
It can be cured by a p'euant
reaiedr Trhteli Upr,l!ed Cr
rcetly Irto the '.ou.ls. B-
ai? qeicEiy atortied it glTea
relief at once.
let Pini nl
! acksmi ledrtd t bs the met thnroorh cir for
Kiul Csarrb, Co:J in Head and lliy Fever o mT,
a&avs ptin and InaamniatkA heals tha sore, pro
tects the membrane from colds, restore tha nmt
ELY BROTH EKS. t Warren Strtet, Sew Xor
ALL PERSONS ARE CAUTIONED
aainit purchasing or negotiatirg a paper pur
porting to call for one hundred dollar., favor ol
John Gales and endorsed by me as same has
been paid, as I bold Mr. Gates receipt ai
paper his been lost. T, B. CH VTTMAN
Pearco, Aug. 17 iScA
Carriage t Blacksmith
J. 11. 131I WIJISl-i Prop,
-orner Third an 1 Allen.
The largest 'and Best Equipped Establishment of lu Kind ta"
All Kinds of Buggv, Wagon and
Woodwork Keatly and
Best Facilities for Doing All Kinds '.of1
Repairing in Wood and Iron. None
out First-class Workmen
XVrufi assortment of hardwood and iron for sale.
O. L. OUMMINGS.
Wholesale and Retail Butcher,
COU. 5TH AND FREMOXT S1KEETS.
Beef, Pork, Srutton, "Veal, Sausage, Bologna Pickled' Trip
Choice Steaks, Roasts, etc. Experienced Cutters.
Free Delivery to all parts of the City. Your patronage solicited.
ALLEN tt. IBETAVISEIV 4th A.1S -ftl
First-Class Meals Pestof Attention; Eyeiy thing in-SeasoD
BOARD PER WEEK ; $7.00
THKEE MEALS 1.00
SINGLE MEALS 50
Dinners Jor Specia Occasions a Specialty Try a Meal. at thisPocular Resor
First-Class Cooks cn!y Ewplcyed. Accommodations for Families
J C4.KSAR. Proprietor.
TOMBSTONE GAS CO.
A. ASHMAN Lessee.
INCANDESCENT 3AS LIGHT
In General Use throughout the United States and Europe, -d successfully comr
inj; with Electricitj', both in llrillsancy 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 double that amount of gas.
COST OF I-.VMOP tG.'7'fi5
Placed in Position Without Extra Gharge.
OFFICK i: ISA INK ItUIl. !!(. X01IBr0.tK; ARIKOIIJl.
I1COHISE HOUSE. ms- tj
J Corner Fourth and Toughnut Streets. '
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED BOOSW
js Visitors to this city will find the Cochise a superior hotel end at
offering excellent accorao(itions.
A LARGE AND CGMMGDIGUS SiME fiOOM FOE CoMMEROifJIEy
All Modem Conveniences. Rates Moderate.
SAN JOSE HOUSE.:
MRS. F. J. BEAN, Prop.
Centrally Located, Large, Clean am
Well Vintilated Rooms.
Mrs. S, GALLEN, Pi op,
Fifth bet. Allen and Toug .r.u
PLrm!iafiin- - A limit
FIRST CSASS IN EVERY RESPECT.- PARLCR FOR HUE
Eventhing Made Convenient lor Guests Special Rates to Parties by the W
or Month. Renovated Throughout.
SAMPLE ROOM FOR DHUmiERS. RATE.'i REAECKAB1
KEWLY FURNISHED LARGE AIM
R003IS. BEST ACCOMMODATION-
This Favorite Headquarters for Ccmroercial Men has recently Lten cenlyS Its
renovated and neatly famished throughout with special reference to the trae
public; Rooms ensuite and single. Prices Moderate.
Everything fiixat-class Sample rccms or commeriaJ wa
DORNFM OB 81X2H AND JTXEN S1REEES
HBDBAtyOtA enrod trr Dr. K1W 7 Am
rmu& -vaecesb svooae.- Ai