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THE TOMBSTONE " .V-s OUR WATCHWORD -"COChlSE COUNTY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD. TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA MONDAy EVENING. JUNE 29. tSo6 VOL. IX. No 2"0 The Prospector 'tfty and County Official Paper. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Ejcerr Susway.- BY Wm. Hittich Editor ani Proprietor. Fremont St., Oppoxlte City Hall Thk Psospecto ill not hold ittlf resp sible for any of Ihe articles or sent rwru pressed by any of its correspondents Entered in the Tombstone PotoSce as eooo". Qass matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JAMES RElLtY. ATTORNEY AND Counselor at Law Land And Miainf, OKI a sprcialty. Tombstone. Aruona. w W. C STAPHI.E. ATTORNEY AT Law and Notary Public, Tombstone, Arfiona. HERRING 4 HERRING. ATTORNEYS and Counselors at Law. Office- on Taughnut Jrci-t. between Second and and Third, opposite tb Court House. GEO. W. 'SWAIN, ATTORNEY A rtjiV. Will practice ia aU courts of T mh nr TAmhilra Artnni. AT- I practice in all courts of the Territory. Tombstone, Arizona. OS CLARK, ATTORNEY AND COUN dor at Law. Office on Fourth Street. between ADm and Toughnut. Tomb itpae. WUlT'artice la all tr ecu ol the 1 emtorr. CNIURLES ORANVILLE JOHNSTON. Attorr.eT and Counsellor at Law and Notuy Public, 421 Fremont street, bet. la and 5th streets. A member of the Bar 01 tjie .Supreme Court of the Territory, and wiU prictxe ia any of the court thereut. 6 ERTHA HERRING. TYPEWRITER and Nury Pubac rougoeot street, TomVpon, Ariio. AWENTWORTH. COUNTY RE-co-dcr ana bstnct,OSce. Abstracts of tide to real cute and mines frn sdied promptly ani acurately. Complete tran scripts. Office in Court House. Tombstone. OE. ALVORD. 1USTICE OF THE Peace. Office oa Allen .Si: bet. 3d & . " ath, Tombstone, if L K03KA. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE IX Office oa th St- bet. AKcs and ? Toufhnut. Tombstore. HS, GORDON. M.U. PHYalCIAN AND 1 burgeon: C-ffic adjoining his ieidenor - otrjth street. Calls attended at all hirers day an J -J nicM. FC. EARLE. ASiAYER AND META .lujical Laboratort. o'te: . 35-. . Fremont St. opposite Oty Hall. THE ORDERS- F. & A 3f . K'ING SOLOMON LODGE NO. 5, J meets third Saturday ia each'monlb. Visitin; b-others cordially initci t at tetfd. W.M.J II McPHERON. A.LvGROW ? K. A. 1 GOCHI5F. CHAPTf-R No. 4. MEETS i third Wednesday in each month. Vis itinrCoopanions cordially invired to at end. TOM LOURY, H. P. A. WENTWORTH, S'cretarv. I. O. S. if A. W 'ASHINGTON CAMi 0. t MEFTS lit rnday evening it eacn monin. vs- "L lung t-ororaces ccruiauj wbu. i I W. CLARK. President. AL. GROW. Secretary. a. o. u. vr. TOMBSTONE LODGE NO. 3, A. O. U. " W. meets 1st and 3d Thursday in each ' month. Visitine Erotr-e cordially in tl. kOBT. BEST, M. W. ' V. D. MONVOViE. RecordeT. ' K. of P. A glZONA LOCGE3 KNIGHTS OF A. Pythias, Ne. 4.. meets every 1st and d Uondars' in each mosth. VisiUng brothers lanltd JOHNNOBIIE.C.C. W. D. MONMONIEPj K. of S. f!i83TECTION HCrE COMPANY NO. 3. meets First Sunday ia ecb month ot their que C"Me on th comer of Seventh and Fre TtftW streets, opposite the (chool house. " ' Wit CORBETT. Foreman, lAfHAWKE. Sreta-y. RESCUE HOSE tOMPANY MEE1S Jlrst huaday in each month at CitjrHaU, M r reoaont icct. f . V. VlCr. En5, i, KENTWOKTH, SectT. . - - r?e.HJeat. -- frX.ZicDONOyGH. Fcremaa. j OJNE COMPANY NO. 1, MEETS JV last Sendcyia each month, at hose bouse, co. tbc corner of Tocf neat and 5th streets T- !0EPH LIPPERT. Foreman. f E!Y DUNKER. Secretary ' - TT3VI03V Water works - F CALVES, Prop. tff ler Barrel, - 25 Cents JMitr. per Backet - 5 Cents. ? S-' PXOXPT SERVICE. "jfduced Rates by the Month fy$rf or Jer with wijon, or at tbi etVtllwflr-e t S. M. BARROW. 450 and, 452 JLLLEX ST. oirwniiK. THE DRY GOODS Is Complete, Embracing all the latest Styles, Designs, Textures, Patterns, and Shades of a large and well selected stock of Dress Goods, Silks, Sateens, Checks Ribbons, Laces, Hoisery, Etc. Etc. Etc. A Specialty is made of this Department and the price, "style and quality are bound to please. CLOTHING, SHIRTS, UXDERWARE NECKTIES, ETC MARYSVILLE AND OREGON UNDERWARE. NEAT NOBBY SUITS FROM $20 AND UPWARD. m AID SHOE DEPARTMENTS Stetson, Fedora, Kenton and other famous Hats, Ladies and Children Dongolla and Russet Shoea, Buckingham & Ilech's Cowboy Boots and Shoes. Finest Footwear of Celebrated Manufacture. Slippers, Ties, and finest Kid Shoes. SOLE AGENT FOR FAMOUS WATFRTOWM SHOES. lis CROCKERY. WXm AND -SADDLERY DEPARTINTS A full stock iscarried consisting of Glassware, Hardware. Crockery, Tinware, Cat GlaKR, Fancy Cup. Canvass Tents,' "Wagon Covers, ZVXatrase. Everything at Lowest Eastern Prices. UM. BARROW, DEPARTMENT G muz Ciruns, JPistolw,! CJati-idt?ei!Etc Harnessj tSalclles, Spurs. DEPARTMENT ARCTIC ICE CO- X. J. BISSECT, riiOPKIETOR Puri ice deUvered toany'part ol the city, a 2 C1ZYTS rER FOUjYD. Svecial rates to families for ice jor regular customers. X2TOFFIC2ASD ICE HOUSE 5TH bT.TM Opposite PostcfSce. Tomlistons Ice Co. C. I.. CutuuilncM. Proprietor. Pure ice delivered to any part o at 1 1-2 CJZjYTS Per POUJVD Orders can be left at office with C. L Cummings, Cor. 5 th $x Fremont- Ycur Patronage is Respettfn'ly Solicited FLY'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY, Frono t s reet, opposi e Prospector. FAMILY PHOTOGRAHS OUR SPECIALTY Careful attention given to turmrgo t the Firu$t rtr anil picture) of all tizes in a mo$t ariittic manner, tuperior finish and lone. 3P JL 2 rjrncnMiKw Taken on short notice. Groups a s e daily Chbinet, panel and standard Tombstone & Pearce MAIL AND STAGE LINE, FRANK BLATZ. Iririet r. Will make ssmi-weekly trips to the New Camp, on Wednesday and Sunday of each week, nuking the round trip in one day, carrying the U. S. mail and passengers. FAKE (round trip) 3 The National Matte Smelter. A practical and siaple method of mattinz sulphide ore, such as nickle, copper, gold and silver oies. In localities where lead ores and fuels are scarce and almot unattainable, our pynuc, water jacket Matte Smelter has been re cojrjjed with highly satisfactory results, and has been thoroughly tested on various pvratic, sulphide and arsenide ores, in capacity of 3 to 80 tons per day. It is the most practical, cheapest and simplest mthod of pold and silver ore matting and concentrating th.t is known today It requires no extraordinary skill, no leid ores, no hum; material, and no fuei of any kind for the smelter alter it is started. The sulphur in the ore is its natural fuel only, and its cost has no comparison with any other process of con centialicg We are prepared to furnish any site or capac ity plant complete to substantial mining people, set it up and fin-aish our men to run it for them on eay payments. Price and specifications furnuhtd with references and testimonials on app,icstion. NATIONAL ORE ft REDUCTION Co. 573S Cheltenham Avenue, St. Louis, Mo, Manufacturers of Furnaces for Nickle, Copper, Gold. Silver and Lead Ores, jn.iy Arizona & Southeastern Rail road Company. The annual meeting of the stock holders of this Company, for the election of Directors, and for the transaction of such other business as may be properly brought before the meeting, will be held at the office of the company. No. 99 John Street, in lh- Gty of New York, on Monday July 6th, 180S, at 2 o'clock p. m. GEORGE NOTMAN. jg.acd Secretary Consolidated National Bank. (If Tuctiio, Arlaonn. Canital Stock - $50,000. OFFICERS. M. P. FREEMAN, President. W. C. DAVI&, Vice-President. H. a TENNEY. Cashir. Issues drafts available at anr point ia the United States. Diaws btQs of exchange oa a European cities, and makes a specialty of out-ol town accounts with invdiiduals, firms and cor poratioss. m.ao-tf. WANTED AT ONCE; ACTIVE AGENTS "for each county: exclusive control and no risk. Wi'J clear ta to az hundred dollars a year. Endote sump for full particulars, or 35c for $s sample B:c Rapids Mineral Wates Co., jii-tm Big Rapids. & ich. IfBrJEALOIA cured by Dr. MtW Par aJWB WViAHint . sVisk.. At.sVll iVUiC4sltta. IIOTKI. AIIRIIMM COCIKSK i O. OrigK. Bisbre". JUOINQTOX P. H. SkipwitbjSt. LouiV, W. II. Dagley, Kan Fraucirco. M. T. Donavau. Denver, Colorado. 1 ILACI.. Chae. B. Kehrwin, St Louit. li. Scliartrenki, Cineinati M.J. Morr.n " AS JOS. Juan E'.ia and family, Mex. Jus. Lottrery, and family, Kaneh, Cure lar Hesdacba Aa a remedy for all forms of Head. ache Electric Bitter has proved to be tlio very bent. It efTec'a m perman ent cure and the moet dreaded hab itual tick beadache yield to tU influ ence. We urge all who are afflicted to procure a bottle and give thii rem edy a fair trial. In caoes ot hubitual constipation Electric Bitters curei by giving the nee sd tcne to the bowels and few esse long resist the use of this medicine. Try it once. Fifty cents and $1 00, at Tombstone and any Drug Store. Tm 9im vzmvwv rwfi a t - t '-jwwmmims- lh. J f Jb. WW- Gladness Comes With a better understanding of the transient nature of the many phys ical Ills, which vanish before proper ef forts gentle efforts pleasantefforts rightly directed. There is comfort ia the krioivletle, that so maDy forms of sickness are not due to any actual dis ease, but simply to a constipated condi tion of the system, which the pleascnt family laxative. Syrup of Figrs, prompt ly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with millions of families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value pood health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that it is ths one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts. It is therefore all important, in order to get its bene ficial effects, to note when you pur chase, that you have the genuine arti cle, which is 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. If afflicted with any actual disease, one may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need -f a laxativo, one should have the best, and with the well-informed everywhere. Syrup of Figs stcids highest and is most largely ssaed and gives mnt general satisfaction. W.O. ABBOTT.- PRICES FOR ASSA YIWG. T0UB8TONK, A. T. 31 1TCT 00 Lead 1.00 Gold and Silver, on: sample i.5 Gold, Silver and lead, one sample 00 Copper........ 1.50 Silica........ 1.50 Mlnjanwe 1.50 time.... . 1.5a ro iao Zinc... J. ..- s.00 Office and Residence Overlook ITouse. GUnrl &.AXEY, Allen Si car'3d, 4(OId .CustoHouse VEGETABLES, FRUITS, 1 OTATOES, ONIONS,! ETC fWah California fruit received every day by erprtit. Ererything told at Uyuett rate. OooIcm delivered free to all pmrU of ;. MANLY VIGOR rvNCB MORE In fcrmny v with tho world. 2006 completely eared men srs tl"g1"ir nappy praues icr ibo Krait. sraau est and moat sco eessf n 1 cure for mi nal weakness and. lost yleor known to medical e1nea. Aa account of this teon tterful Oiteoeerj, In book form. with ret- ernnces and rrroofa. will bo sent la mrf- tjfi t - r 'immmisgx mmma SI TSFfl xW 'ma I i!m ti FttvSs 1 HSPjL '' IMinu U, IITIIIIJsSSl Highest of all in Lcavcaln.Power. m ABSOLUTELY PUBE THE LATEST MS Corbett and Sharkey Sign Agreements forFight, MAYTAKE PLACE IN MEXICO. Colorado 3Inrderers Pay the Death Peaalty A Dyna mite Explosion. A DEFAULTING MANAGER. Geaeral Happenings Through' out Ui Country. Sax Frakuibco. James J. Corbett and Thomas Sharks; Saturday noon signed articles for a fight t a finish to take place within sir months ia the United States or Meiico I sfore any club or organization offuring the best indusemenls. The eontest Is for the world's championship and side bet o.' $10,000, th winner to receive 20,- 000 benas the purse to bs effered by t"je managing elub. Lohd ik. The rssignations ! Cecil Rhode-, Altrep Beit and Dr. Ruther ford Harris as direetors of the Biitisb South Africa company, have been ac cepted. Canon Cnr, Colo., William Holt, Albert Nobis and Deonicia Romero tonight suffered the sleath penalty in the Colorado penitentiary for the murder of Policeman John U-ilomon at Trinidad, in November last. Only the penitentiary officials and the sheriff of Las Animas sounty where the oiisas occurred were present. Wajiiisotss. Irving L. Ford, the negro who brutal murder of Elsie ICrcglo on Mar 4 last formed one ol the most atrocious crimes in the police an a sis of YYashtagtoa, was bangs d at 11 :33 today. Ford made a statement denying that he attempted to outrage his victim. CuATTAweoaA, Tsnn. At Peters, Tsn., a little town about thirty miles frem here, a dynamite explosion Sat urday cost one man his life and will cause the death of at least two others. Three or four were badly injured. A young man named Joyner was blown le atoms, bits of his body being found some distance away from the ecene of the disaster. CuiuAeo. L.T. Alton, man gar of the C'imax Cyele Co., and several hundred bieycles have disappeared from the company's stares, Creditor with elaims aggregating more) than 130,000 are trying U find the property of the compaay that they ci.n attach. CiMCiNxvn. Jddge 8ge Saturday dismiseed the oase oi John W. Flora against the Nieaolas Loogwortb t tate. Loogwowth was a millionaire and one ef the richest men in this city Flora claimed to be the illegitimate child of Zlisft Longworth who married William Flay. Flag died without Latest U. S. Gov't Report issue. The testimony showed that ElizVeth LoDgn'Orth teas 10 years old whan John V. Flora was born. Flora had been employed many years by tl Lonjworths and it was l.cld that Iho suit was due to a conspiracy to secure' one-sixth of the estate. Gienrtloa Hates. Tickets from Bensou to the Dem ocratic Natioual convention at Cbi csgo will ba placed on sale on July 3rd, 4(1) and 4th, round trip tickets to Chicago and return at one fare, good until July 14th. Also, to the National Educational Association at Buffalo, July 7th, tick ets will be placed on eal July 1st and 2ml; round trip tickets to BuEUIoanil return, for $72.65, good until July 14'.h. For further particular! addrets F. S.WEBSrEIt, A em 1, Benson. SOTIt K. To the traveling public: Notice i hertby giveu that alter July 1st. 1 will have gevf red my connection with the Arlington Hotiee and having ee secured the McIIenry liuu?d opposite the Vizina Co., Office and titttti it up for the accomodation of travelers. I respectfully ask a contiuiance of jour leleral patronage. Mks. II. Pastiax. notice to Tax-Payers. The taxpayers of the city of Tomhstone, county of Co chise, territory of Arizona, are hereby notified that the taxes on all property, both real and personal, and situ ated within the coryorate lim its of the Citv of lombstone for the fiscal year 189G, are now due and payable, baid taxes will become delinquent after the 25th day of July 189G after which date a pen alty of 5 per cent be added. M. DOYLE, Chief of Police and Ex-fficio Tax Collector. D.K. WARD WELL, Clerk. June 11, 1896. FAIRBANK DEPARTMENT, GEO. G. McGEE, Prop JAIRBANK, ARIZONA. Headquarters for tititort from Tomb stone andiurrounding country. Best of wines, liquors and cigars always kept on hand. BEER ON DRAUGHT. P. A. GENERAL MERCHANDISE1 A FULL LINF OF GROCERIES ANDJPROVISIONS CIOAR8J AND TOBACCO Castantly kept on hand. Patronage solicit FAIRBANK. ARIZONA. 1- JfAIEBASK. ARIZONA. MRS, K. HARRINGTON, Pro TABLES SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST3 OF EVERYTHING Charges reasonable Parties going from Tom stoae to Bttbee will have ample timejfo diaacr bafore the taria arrives. Pat). ' to patroaage bcpt-:tfallj FAIBAIEICHAIE MARTI ). r or th nd r on 5 tli ao0 ff.00 1.00 50 tesort Iff. stern N. roDs farinst sun sealed) fret. Full manly -visor ttennascaUT nstond. aTaUarw ssapeaslble, EtlEMEIlCAlCMQFFJU.t.M. - j?: "js-iV- .'- "i - :. e -: J 5t . i "'