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OUR WATCHWORD--v"COOHlSE COUNTY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD.
TU MBSTOKE. ARIZONA THUBSDA'V EVENING. AUGUST i3f t8g6.
1 z&j 1
ity ancTJfcLjtv Official Paper
t UBLISHED EVERY EVENING
"iYoi. Hattich Editor and ProprWor.
rVemont St., Opposite City Hall
ruw Xmnwmmo will not hntft ittelf rsnon.
SiMe for any of the articles, or sentiments ex
pressed bjr any of its correspondents
Entered in the Tombstone Fostomoe as
Vcond Class matter.
JAMES REILLY. ATTORNEY AND
Counselor a t Lav Land and Mininj
cases a specialty. Tombstone. Arizona.
M. C STAFHLE. ATTORNEY AT
Lav and Notary Public, Tombstone,
HERRING 4 HERRING. ATTORNEYS
and Counselors Law. Office on
TougSnut Street, between Second and
ard Thud, opposite the Court House.
GEO. W. SWAIN. ATTORNEY AT
Lar. Will practloe in all courts of the
Territory. Tombstone. Araona,
seloratLaw. Office on tourth Street.
" betveen Allen and Toujbnut, Tomb
jtose. Will practice in all the cou ef the
NHARLES GRANV1LIJJ 10HNSTON,
y . Attorney and Counsellor at La and
NoUry Public, 4a 1 Fremont street bet.
tin tad 5th streets. A number of tbe Bar ot
tlie nprcme Court of the Territory, and will
prtcuce in any 01 UK couru merrin.
ERTHA HERKlNlx. fVPiiWUirER
and Notary Public. Toughnut street,
AWENTWORTH. COUNTY Re
corder and Absrraet.Office. Abstracts
of title to real estate and mines fura
sliej promptly and aeurately. Complete tran
scripts. Office in Court House, Tombstone,
E. ALVORD. 1USTICE OF THE
Peace. Office on Allen St: bet. 3d &
' 4th, Tombstone.
L KOSKA. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
, Office on 4th St. bet. Allen and
HS. GORDON, it. D. PHYSICIAN AND
burgeon: Office adjoining his residence
on 4(h street. Calls attended at all boars day and
FC. EARLE, iAS5AYhR AND META
lugtcal Laboratory. o5ee No 319,
Fremont St. opposite City HalL
F. AS A 31.
KING SOLOMON LODGE NO. 5,
meets third Saturday in each month.
VUiunsr brothers cordially invited t at-
tend. w. M.. I h Mcpherson.
A"U GROW bec'ty-:
R. A. 31
OOCHrSE CHAPTER No. 4. MEETS
tb-rd Wednesday in each month. Vis
mnz Companions cordially innre.. 10 al
ea L TOM LOWRY, II. P.
A. WENTWORTH, Secretary.
- P. O. S. of A.
WASHINGTON CA11P NO. 1 MEETS
xst Fnday eaening ik each month. Vis
iune Comrades cordially invited. ,
I, W. CLARK. P.-esHient.
J. L. GROW, becretary."
A. Q. U. W.
T OMBSTONE LODGE NO. 3, A. O. U.
V. meets 1st and 3d Thursday in each
month. Visiuok brothe cordially in
,ti. KOBT. BEST, M. W.
W. D. Monmomer. Recorder. .
K. f P.
A RIZONA LODGE KNIGHTS OF
L Pythias. Nc 4.. meets every 1st and
i Mondays' in each month. Visiting brothers
1 rdiiSy UTited
W. D. MONMONIER, K. of S.
tK3TLCTION HOE COMP.VNY NO. 3.
meets First Sunday in each month ot their
vkc hotuc on tbe corner o Sererf? and Fre
o It streets, opposite the school house.
TOM SMITH Secretary.
RESCUE HOSE tOMPANY MEETS
First Sunday in each month at City HalL
Fremont soet. . V, VIOKEKS.
R HNTWORTH. Secty. P.ejdent.
I. N McDONOUOH. Foreman.
I.r'ilNE COMPANY NO . MEETS
i iistSundjy in each month, at liose house,
m t-- 3raex of Tojg .mil anJ 5U1 .Uccts.
JO-Er-H LIPPEiiT. Foreman.
T. CALVES, Prop
tVitter i'cr Barrd, - 25 CenU
W; ter. Ter Bucket - fi Ceatu.
deduced Rates by the Month
Leai-eVrJe" with wajoo. or at ihi
J- . f Tir.
S. M. BARROW
J0 and M52 ALLEN ST,
OIK mil I Ml STORK.
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.
MEN'S FUIISHUK DEPARTMENT
A Specialty is Tnade of this Department and the price,
style and quality are-bound to please.
CLOTHING SHIRTS, UNDERWARE NECKTIES, ETC
MARYS VILLE AND OREGON UNDERWARE.
NEAT NOBBY SUITS FROM $10 AND UPWARD,
M Al SHOE DEPARTMENTS
Stetson, Fedora, Kenton and other lamous Hats,
Ladies and Children Dongolla and Russet Shoes,
Buckingham k Hech's Cowboy Boots and Shoes.
Finest Footwear of Celebrated Manufacture.
Slippers,!Ties, and finest Kid Shoes.
SOLE AGENT FOR FAMOUS WATFRTOWN SHOES.
A full stock is'carried'consistingjof
Fancy Oupn. CJatridg-eEtc
Canvass Teats, Harness (
"Wagron Covers, (Saddles,
Everything at Lowest Eastern Prices.
S, M. BARROW.
. , -.r--
No such thing
as fifty-cent tea for thirty or
forty cents. There is twenty
cent tea (painted and doctored
to look like fifty-cent tea) sold
for thirty and forty cents.
There is also fifty-cent tea
for fifty cents.
Schilling's Best at your
grocer's and your money
back if you want it.
Also pure and money-backed: Schil
httf'i BestcoKtc, baking powder, soda,
spices, and flavoring extracts,
A Schilling & Comany Sax Fracisc
DID YOU EVER MAKE 310KEY
Mr. Editor I ban read how Mr.
C. E.B. made bo touch money in the
Diah Waober bueineii and thiok I have
beat bim. I am very joung jet and
have had little experience iu celling
good?, but have made or r eight hun
dred dollara iu ten wetLa telling Dilh
Washer. It U imjly wonderful hon
eav it if to cell tbeui. Alljou hao
to do is to show the ladii how they
work and they cannot belpbuytngonu.
For the benefit of other I will ilite
that I got my start from the Mound
City Dish TV'asher Co , St. L)uis, Mo.
Write to them and they will rood you
I think I can clear over $3,000 the
coming j ear and I am not going to let
the opportunity pan. Try it and pub
lil your saeetss for tbe bcrcfit of
others. J. F. 0.
"We had an epidemic of dysentery in
this vicinity last summer,'' says Samuel
S. Pollock, of Briceland, Cal. "I was
taken with it and suffered severely until
some one called my attention to Cham
berlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, I procured a bottle and felt
better after the first doe. Hefore one
half of the bott'e had been used I was
well. I recommended it to my lriends
and their experience wis the same. We
all unite in saying it is the best." for
sale by Druggists.
T'HE BOARD OF SUPERVISOR5! OF
jl Cochise eointy uill receire sealed propo
talsTo fumiihir.g the county with ao cords of
Blzck Jad. wood and 5 cords of Juniper ood
to be de tiered at the court hause. lor further
particulars seethe clerk of the board All pro
posals must be filed with the clerk of the board
un vi baore tne 34U1 day of August. I896, at a
JOHN S. WILLIAMS.
By V. A, Haiwood,
OFFICE OF CHIEF QUARTERMASTER
Denrer, Colo., August 1. 1896. Sealed pro
posals in tnpLcaf subject to tbe usual condi
tioas. will be received here until 11 o'clock a. a
August 15. 1896, and then opened, for transpor.
tt:on of Military Supplies on Route betmeen
Bisbee. A. T and San Bermrdino. A. T dur-
lug (Ue titKji year commccenjr July t, 1 HJS. U.
a. reserves ngnt to reject any or all proposals. In
formation furnished on application. Envelope
containing proposals should be marked . "Pro
posals lor i ransporlation and addressed to fc.
a A rWOOD, Major, Chief Q- V Al dt.
WA JTED SOLICITORS FOR CAM
PAIGN' Book "Bryan SwaHaid Free S-lrer"
authoru-d by Rryan written by R, L. Metcalf,
editor Omaha crld Herald appointed author
by Bryan, contains speeches and juattorra. A
txmauafbr agents; airee siher mine for work
ers; only $1.50; the only authorized book 50 per
cent; credit sires; freight paid; outSt free, Be; n
now with choice ol temtory ; perratnent, profi
table work for '0, Address Tbe- Nauonal Book
Concern. Star building, Chicago. ai
OPRINO FLOWERS, LADIES AVDJ
kj Misses Hats Latest Styles, tartan prkesa
ARCTIC ICE CO-
A. J. BISSEfT, PROPRIETOR
Pure ice delivered toany'part ol tbe aty a
2 CENTS PER P0 UJYL
Svecial rates to families for
ice for regular customers,
TOFFICeAXD JCE HOUSE eTH ST.-tt
Allen St. car 3d, (Old CustoHouse
Fr'tK California fruii received every day
by'exprtM. Everything told at
lovttl rot. Good deliverei
Ttrt U Mrti ( .
THE NEW HOOK SPOON FREE.
I read in the Christian Standard that
Miss A. M. Fritz Station A, St Louis,
Mo, would jtite au elegant plated
hook poon to an) one tending her 10
2-cent utatnps. I sent for one and
found it go uieful that I thoncd it to
my friends and made f 13 in two hour
taking order. The hoofc noon in a
household necessity. It cannot lip
lino me insii or coo Kin g eeei, being
iiei'i in piitce oy h hook on tiia back.
At. one can got a catiip!e spoon by
ending ten 2 cent stamp? to Mica
Fritz. Thlci anplnndid way to make
money around home. Very truly.
Amone the numerous rxrsonj vim
have been cured of reheumatism by
Chamberlain's Pain lUlm. mention
should be made of Mrs. Emily Thome,
of Toledo, Wash , who, says; "I have
never been able to procure any medicine
mat would relie-e me ot rheumatism like
Chamberlain's Pam Balm. I have also
used it for lame back with great success
It is the best liniment I have ever used,
and I take pleasure in recommending it
o my Inend." For sale by Druggists
Closing out an overstock of slee
and wire nails ar-d Corrugated Roof
ine, No.SU 10d,20d, 40d and (50.1 steol
and wire nails, per keg, $4.25; No. 27
Corrugated roofmr, painted. 7 and 8
feet length, 13.65 per square. TIip
above prices are delivered at Faitbank
A. T. frfe. Term cah. Addrp
Geo. B. Marh, Nogalea, A. T. j27w
With a better understanding of Uie
transient nature of the many phys
ical Ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts gcntlo efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed. There is comfort In
the knowledge, thnt so msDy fyrms 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, Syrupof Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is mIiv it fo the only
remeIy with millions of families, and fs
everywhere esteemed so highly hv all
wno vatne fxxl health. Its beneficial
effects are flue to the fact, that itis the
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 yon pur
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Tig 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 net needed. If
afflicted with any actual dkoase. one
may be commended to the mwt skillful
physicians, hut if in need f a laxative,
one should have the best, apd with tbe
well-informed everywhere, Syrup of
Figs steids highest and is most largely
naeda&d gives mot general hatisfactiOD.
Wanted An agent in every secuon to cant
TU-, ua:;s dav made, xrlis at sint-
also a man to sell staple goods to dealers, bes
ijde line. $75 a month. Salary or large cocirais;
sion made; experience unnecessary. For sealed
particulars send stamp. Clifton Soap & Manu
facturing Company, Cincinnati, Ohio.
FLY'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
FreFv t s rei-t, opposi e Prospector.
aitfu' attni"n jiivn to turning o t the
viiv t v cs mid picturet of all sites in
a moil orrr'frc manner, superior
finish ami ions,
M JL C? OP 'WJ JK 3E m
rken on short notice. Groups a s e
dally Chbinet, panel ind standard
W. O. ABBOT!,
PRICES FOR ASSATcTm?;
Toiibstose, A. T.
Gold. :.. Jt.co
Ol I ttt 9 1 1 O.
Gold and Surer, one sample. 1.35
Gold. Silver and lead, one sample..,.,., a 00
Copper.. ,,...,...,! 1 5
OHIO. ..". -. X.U
If on r 15
Zinc - xoq
OKoeaad Resident Overlook
jffT dill gij VgVM
Highest of all in Leavcniap.owcr. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
vr a&sa rVlffllvl
TI LATEST If S
A California Defaulter Located
THE BIG LEADVILLfi STRIKE
Heat, Fire, Lislitninff and
Storms Play Havoc in the
East Much Damage.
TO 0PEX THE CAMPAIGN,
General ll.ippenlu4 Tlirouili
out the Country.
New York. At least three pareons
and possibly others were burasd to
death in a Cre that destroyed th six
story brick building at No. 4C3 Green
wich atreet yesterday afternoon.
Several persona wsro injured by the
moke and heat and by jumping and
two are expected to die.
Nmv Yortr, William Jennings
Bryau stepped upon tbe soil of the
Empiraitate tonight for the first time
since his nomination for tbe presi
dency. It wab an event both ia his
car.er and in the general canvass for
the preeidency r no email moment.
It was practically a step into thf
avowed eectian of the opposition to
his oandlJacy ; an opposition not on
party lino but laid to exist within
the party under whose emblem he
looks for victory in November,
Chicago. A good breeze tempered
the heat to suffering people today, al
though tbe thermometer 92 one degree
lower than yester.'ay. Thirty fatal
ces of fuostroice are already reported
al midnight with tfie list still incom
plete. About fifty caeg of prostration
more or let serious, also occurrd.
A shower at 7 o'olock enibly cooled
off the atmosphere, but only for a
LejDviixe, Colo., Ihe latest devel
opment in the strike situation here
was the posting by A. V. Bohn, a
notice that be wai ready to start the
mine at the old rale of wages, $ 5,50
per day This action created nluch
exci'ement among the miners and
people generally, all bting acxioua to
know what will bo the result. The
Bohn mine was employing seventy
five men before the strike,
,8xx Pka!CCICO. It has developed
that Harry K. Brown, exchange clerk
of tbe Bullion and Exchange bank ol
Carson, Kev., who left that city eul
denly about two months age, robbed
the institution of ne rly $75,000. He
is believeJ to be in Mexico.
SASDrsKY, O., John Tbomr-son and
Jay Leonard were killed fcy lightning
in a violent storm last evening They
were working on the new gevernmeot
pier at Cedar Point with augurs in
their hands which attracted tbe light
niogv Oaxxaxd, Neb. A tevere wind
storm prevailed here today, accom
panied by lots ol rain. Wind mills,
out buildings and chimneys were
blown donn and considerable damage
New York. Ex-Presideut Harrison
has promised to open the campaign
for the republicans in this city by a
epeech on the evening of August 25.
A CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY.
I have berries, grapes and pracbes
a ear old, fresh a& when picked. I
uss tho California Cold process, do not
heat or seal tke fruit, just put it up
cold, keeps perfectly fresh, and costs
almost nothing; can put up a bushel
in ten minuted. Lst week I sold
direction g to ov er 120 families ; anyone
win pay a dolUr for direction, when
they sro the beautiful samples of frnit.
As there are many people poor like
myself, I consider it my duty to- give
my experience to such, a d feel con
fident any one can make one or two
hundrtd dollars round home in a few
davf. 1 will mail sample of fruit and
complete direction, to any of your
readers, ior eighteen two c nt stamps,
which is only the actual cost of the
sample, postage, etc. to me.
13t. FKANCIS CASEY, St Louis, Mo
The Worlds Fair Tests
showed no baking powder
so pare or so great In eav
enlng power s tbe Royal
! We might
send samples of Schillings
Best tea to every home in the
United States. It would be
a first-rate idea if there were
no better way.
The better way fc to let
you buy it and get your money
back fiuin your grocer H you
don't like it. That is the way
we do. No need of sample?
Also pure and money-backed: Sch i
hng's Beit coffee, baking-powder, sod
spices, and flaoriu,r extracts. .
ASehiUuiz& Gimpa-iy San Fran tit o
GKO. G. aicGKE, Prop
Headquarters for visitors from Tj-nb
stone and surrounding country.
Best of wines, liquors and cigars always
kept on hand.
BEER ON DRAUGHT.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE .
A FULL UNF
OF GROCERIES' ''
Coistantly kept on ban 1. Patroaiga solidte
MRS, K. HARRINGTON, IVo
WITH TH BEST
Chsres reasonable Parties going from Tomb
stoat t Bisbee will have ample time fo
dinner before tbe tann arrives. Pub.
be ratronaje a reapectfallT,
'.Mr tv"irvt wi