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TOMBSTONE
PROSPECTOR
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OUR WATCHWORD----'COCHISE COUNTY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD.
VOL. IX
TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 24, 186.
No. ?T2
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DAILY PROSPECTOR.
Cilv Jiud Comity Oflicial Paper
PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING
tExcurr Sunday)
BY
Wm. Hattich Ed:tor and Proprietor.
"Fremont St. Opposite CHy Uall
The Pao.PECTOR will not hold itself respon
sible fur ny of Hie articles or viutinients er
pressed by ny of it correspondents.
Entered ia the Tombstone Postofrke as
Secend CUss matter.
PROFESSIONAL. OABDS.
AMES REILLV. ATTOrlNEY AND
I Counse'orat Law. Land aud Mining
' cases a specialty. Tomtistone. ArUona.
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M.CSTAfcHLE. ATTORNEY AT-
Law and Notary Public Tombstone
Arizona.
G
EO V. 8 WAIN, ATTONEY AT
I i- Will oractice in all couits of the
Territory. Tombstone Ariiona.
OS. CLARK. ATTONEY ND COUN
selor at Law. Office on Fourth Street.
betvteea Allen and Toughnut, Tcmb
staae Will practice in all the courts of the
Territory.
HARLES GRANVH.LEJOHN'sTON.
Attorney and Counsellor at La and
Notary Public. 47 Fremont street bet.
4th and 5th struts. A member or the Bar of
tbe Supreme Court ol the Territoty, and will
practice in any af the courts therein.
AWENTHWORTH COUNTY RE
corder and Abstract Orfioe. Abtracts
of t tie to real estate and mines furn
ished promptly and acurately. Complete trn
scripts. OlSce in Court House. Tombstone.
E. ALVORU. JUSTICE OF THE
Peace. Office on Allen St: bet. 3I &
ath Tombstone.
L. KOSKA, I USTICE OFTHF PEACE
OlDce on 4th St. bet. Allen ana
Tdughnut, Tombstone.
HS. GORDON. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon: Office adjoining his residence
' on 4U1 street. Call attended at all hours
day and night.
CURIE, ASSVYER AND META
lugical laboratory. Office No 319.
Fremont M. opposite Oly Hall.
THE ORDERS.
F & A M.
VJXJNG SOLOMON LODGE NO. S
Meets third Saturday in each month.
1 Visiting brothers cordially invited to at
tend, i h Mcpherson, w.m.,
A L GROW Secretary.
R. A M.
-r!HISE CHAPTER NO. 4 MEETS
U third Wednesday in each month. Vis
itice Companions cordially inviud to at
tend. TOM LOWRY. H. P.
A. WENTWORTH Secretary.
P. O. S. OF A.
WASHINGTON CAMP NO 1 MEETS
ist Friday evening in each month. Vis
iline Comrades cordially invited
J. W. CLAKK, President.
A. C. GROW, Secretary.
A O. U. W
TOMBS! ONE LODGE NO 3. A. O U.
W. meet lit and trd Thursday in each
month. Visiting brothers cordially in
Tited. ROBT. BESTM.W.
W. D. MONMONlEtt Recorder.
K- OF P
ARIZONA LODGE KNIGHTS OF
I)thusNo 4. meets every ist aid 3rd
Monday's in each month. Vsiung
brothers corually inrited.
A. H. EMANUEL. C. C.
W. D. MONMONIER. K. ofS.
PROJECTION HOSE COMPANY NO 3,
meets First Snnday in each month at
their bose bouse n the comer of Seventh
and Fremont streets, opposite the school house.
WM. GARRETT.
Foreman,
TOM SMITH Sscrelary.
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ESCUE HOE COMPANY MEETS
First Sunday in each month at City Hall
Frerotnt meet, I. V VICKEkS. -
ENTUORTH.S.cty President
J. N. MeDONOUGH. Foreman,
ENGINE COMPANY NO 1. MEEIS
lair .Scnday in ea.h monh at hose boute
on thr comer cfToughnut and 5th street,
JOsEPH LIPPEKT Foreman
HENRY DUNKER. Secretary.
Wan'cd An agent in evoy section to can
vass $4 10 $5 a day made; sells at sight;
also a mu to sell staple good to dealers
best ide line, $75 a tro- th. SaUry or large
coirmission made; experieice urnacessary For
sealed particulars send stamp. Clifton Soap
Manufacturing Company, Cindnnili, Ohio.
UNION
WATER
WORKS.
F. CALVES, Prop.
"rompt Service. Water per barrel, ajrts
f er bucket, 5 cis.
Soecial Ptates to Families
Leave orders with wagon.
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SAMUEL M. BARROW
POLITICAU
Under WM Flag?
PEOPLES' PArr PLATFORM
For President. W. J. BRYAN, of Nebraska.
For Vice-President. T. WATSON, of Georgia.
We demand:
I The free and unresttMed coinage of gold
and silver at the prestnt ratio of 16 to t without
regard to the actions or wishes of any other
nation or combination whatever,
II- The increase at the current money to an
amount sufficient to meet the wants of oor
growing population and buUness. such money
to consist of silver and gold coin and U. S.
Treasnry notes, equally a legal tender for all de
mands public and private.
III. The abolition of all national banks and
the establishment of Potal Saving Banks, man
aged and controlled by the U. S. Treasury.
1 . The establishment cf a system of direct
legislation by the people, giving to tin people
ihrmseltes the per, ist. To veto all law pass
ed by any less than 95 per cent of all their rep
resentatives, and to propose the enactment of
laws by any number greater than five percent
of the electors and compcll their submission to
the whole body cf the electors.
Y. That all means of transp stating persons
property and in!ellign be gradually taken by
the Nation and conducted and controlled by an
nnpartisan commission under strict dvil service
rules.
VI. That all public salaries and comDensa-
tions shiU ! made 10 correspond to the price of
labor and labor's product.
RepWican Primaries
Tombstone. September 10,1896,
At a meeting of the Republican countv cen
tral comaiittee. held at the court house. Tomb
stone. Cochise county, on the above due. it
was ordered that the a6th day of September,
1S96. be. and is hereby set as the day for hold
ing the Republican primaries in this county, for
the purpose of electing delegates to a Republi-
ran county convention, to be held in the court
house, in Tombstone, on the 8th day of October,
896. at a o'clock, p. in., then and there to
nominate Territorial and County cfhctr. and to
transact such ether business as may properly
come before said convcniion
The following were selected as judges;
Tombstone 13 delegates. lodges First
Ward. ). C. Wiser; Second Ward. F. N
Wolcott: Third Ward, Thos. Lowry; Fourth
Ward, Wm. Corbett. Outside. C. II . Hissett;
CUrksburg, Chas. Hancock,
'llisbre. is delegates Judge. George Shibley.
Taylor's Ranch, t delegate.
Ash and M'lkr's canyon, 1 delegate.
Foit Huachuca. a delegates Judge, J. C.
Burnett.
West Huachuca, t delegate Judge, L K Mc
Intyre. Faitbank, a delegates Judge. A V Noyes
St David, 3 delegates Judge, JasMcRae
Benson, 3 delegates; J udee, ii Uerwin
Trcs Alamos, z delegate
' PcI's. 1 delegate
Russdvule, 1 delegate
WDlcox. 5 delegates Judge. W F Nichols
Dos Cabezas. a delegates Iudge. E T White
Bowc, 1 delegate Judge, Geo K Bugbee
San Timon. 1 delegate
Brannock, 1 delegate
Rucker. 1 delegare Judge, J H Cogswell
Galyville. 1 delegate
Hereford. 1 delegate
Morse Canyon, 1 delegate
Pearce, 3 delegates Judge. Wm Johnstrm
Tutquois, 1 delegate Judge, Alex Casey
Dragoon, 1 delegate Judge, Asa Walker
Hooker's, 1 delegate
Powers. 1 delegate
In precincts where no appointments are made
the Republicans are requesUd to select their
own Judges.
The order of business at this convention shall
be:
ist The selection of a County Central Com
mittee. acd Nomination of officers to b T.tri for
the November election.
G II FITTS,
Chairman.
X W SMITH. Secretary.
Primary Election,
Notice is hereb-' given that Thursday, Sep
tember 4th is set for the selecting of delegates
to attend the Democratic county convention,
which will be held in the county court bouse at
Tombstone, on October 6th. The followtce is
the apportionment of each precinct:
jombstoneio, ouuee jo. tieretora 1, Miners
Canyon 1, Fort Huachuca 1, Huachuca Siding
I. Fairhank a. St David 2. Benson 5. Tres
Alamos I. Pool's t. Russelville 1, WiUcox .e.
Dcs Cabezas 1. Hooie Station. 3, San Simon 1,
I Bnnnock t, Wpgitt 1, Rocker 1, 1 aylor's
Ranch 1, Galeyville 1, Pearce 3, San Bernir
dino 1, Cutom Houe 1 Total 72.
1 he Democaats of each precinct are requested
to .elect their own primary election b sards. x-
cept Tombstone, ifcshar, Benson and Willcox
and in ibose places the central committee will
select tne board ot election ana polling puces ti
ample timt for the full information of voters
The test shall be. "will you vote for and sup
port the Democratic ticket at the coming elec
tion- ALLt.N K CNUUbH,
Chairman County Central Coauniitee,
Tombstone, September 8 1866
FOR SALE.
A group of Copper Claims
part'y developed. Ure black
and oxide from the grass root ;
ore found in all working's;
plenty in sight and just the
proposition for a company
Good ro.ds, wood, water and
timber plentiful, claims eight
miles from railroad, Address
Prospector, officr, Tomb
stone. .
ltotliw .titr-.
Horse KoUeo will commence on the
San Itafael ranch on the 1st of Sep
tember. Cattle roJeo will cotutueuce
ou tho loth ot September.
Weather permitting, the OOC and
Riggi round-tip will begiu at Sulphur
Spring!, Wednesday, August 26tb.
San Pedro Round-up Assooiation
will commenci work on September 10,
beginning at the the Wakefield ptace.
The annual fall round-up by cattle
owners of Sulphur Spring valley and
vicinity, north of the 8. P. railroad,
will begin at Hooker's Hut Spring on
the morning of Sept. 1st.
The general round-up of the Lower
Sulphur Spring Valley will commence
work on S pi ember 7th from the old
VV. B, Taylor ranch. tf.
The West Huachuca rodeo com
mences at Huivchuca Siding October
4th and works up the Babocomari
river to old Fort Crittenden and then
through the Empire ranch to Pantano.
BUOKLIN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts
braises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains.
corns, and all skin eruptions and posi
tively cures Piles, or no payment requir
cd it is guaranteed to give peefect stis a
iacti-Mi or money reiunded. Prices 50
cents per box. For sale ; Tomb ione
Drug btore
Free Pills.
Send your address to H. E. Redden &
Co , Chicago, and get a free sample box
of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A tna
will convince you of their merits. These
pills are easy in action and are partic
ularly effective in the cure of constipat-
on and sick headache. For malaria and
liver troubles, they have been proved in
valuable. They are guaranteed to be
perfectly free from every deleterious sub
stance and to be purely vegetable. They
do not weaken by tbeir action, but by
giving tone to the stomich and bowels
greatly invigorate the system. Regular
site 2)C. per box. bold by Iombstone
and liisbee druggists.
Gladness Comes
With a better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical Ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that so many 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 Figs, 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 good health. Its beneficial
effects are due to the fact, that it is the
on 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.
Ii In the enjoyment of good health,
and the system in 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 of a laxative,
one should have tho best, and with the.
well-informed everywhere. Syrup of
Figs strids highest and is' most largely
OMrd and gives -". gfreral satisfaction
NOTICE.
ALL PERSONS ARE CAUTIONED
against purchasing or negotiating a paper pur
porting to call for one hundred dollars, favor of
John Gales and endorsed by me cs same has
been paH, as I hold 'Mr. Gates receipt- Faid
paper has been lost. T. B. CH VTTMAN
Peareo, Aug. 17 1R&6.
GUM RflAXEY,
Allen St Bear 3d, (Old.Custom House.)
VEQETABLE8,
FRUITS,
otatoer;
ONIONS,
ETC
Frfth California fruit received every day
by expreu. Everything told at
Uncett rate. Ooodi delivered
te$t m mri .
Highest of all in Lcaveniny.ower.
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ABSO&UTEE.Y PURE
LATEST NEWS
Leadville Under Martial Law
Because of Rioting.
FIGHT WILL BE IN FRISCO
Disastrous Fire Floods and
Storms in Japan Gold
Returns Home.
THE AFRICAN REBOLT.
Leadvillk, Colo. About twenty
five suspicious characters gathered at
tho Penrose mine this afternoon, but
left when ordered to disperse by the
sentries who discovered them. It is
believed they intended to fire the shaft
house. Citizens made requiailioao for
troops for use tonight in rounding up
UwUm men who will bo driven out ot
town. General Brooks granted the re
quest. Leadville. At the request of lh
ctty council, the governor officially de
clared martial law tonight. It ia
known that more than five hundred
Winchesters are in the bauds ot the
rioters aa well as large quantities of
lynmite and the coolest beads are
rav-ly trouled over the fact.
San- Fkascisco The National
Athletic club tody reaeived a tele
gram from Jim Corbett stating that
it tbeclub would deposit 110,000 for a
ten round contest with Sharkey, he
would start at once lor this city. The
club replied tnat the money would be
deposited with A. M. Lawrence of the
Examiner.
Sik Francisco. The city of Kobe
Japan, was wiped out by a disastrous
conflagration on August 20. and flood,
storms and earthquakes had caused a
lossef 2,500 lives and the destruction
of millions of dollars woithof property
in northern Japan.
Wabhisoton. SenatorButler chair
nsu Populist national committee, i
informed, that the Democrats and
Populisms have arranged a fusion on
the electoral ticket in Wyoming on
the bans ol two Democratic and one
Populist electors.
Vash:agtn Information received
at tlie treasury department regarding
gld import indicates the movement
t likely to continue for seme week
to come. Importations since the
movement brgan amount to 130.090,
000.
New Yik. Ex-President Harrisou
was pptaker at today's noonday meet
ing of the commercial travelers' sound
money leajfue, Col, Fred Grant pre
sided. Harrison said it was as dis
honest to issue a silver dollar intrinsi
cally worth only 53 cents as to abbre
viate the yard measure or reduce the
cubic measure of a bushel.
Miowakat. Africa. From reports of
scouts who have been following the
trial of ths dervish force, which re-
Latest U. S. Gov't Report
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decisive battle will be fonght tomorrow
or a little later. The A"glo Egyptian
expedition will move upon the enemy
at early dawn.
llOTr.I. AUR1VAIJ
COCHISE
D. Wagner, San Francisco.
E. Gratb, Fresno,
SAN S06S.
F. C. Earle, El Paso.
I A LACE.
A. Curry, ranch.
AHLI-NOTON
Emil Arwor, Kansas City.
WANTED N EMERGETIC MAN TO
establish branch office here $100. pr
month salary. For full information, audrrss
Room 6. 273 S. Main St. l.os Angeles. Calif
Vincide Chemical Co.
FAIRBANK DEPARTMENT
GEO.G. McGEE, Prop.
Fairbank, : Arizona,
Headquarters for visitors from Tomb
stone and surrounding country.
Best of wines liquors and cigara"
always on hand.
PAY THE EXCHANGE A VISJT
P. A. DEMARTINI,
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
A full line of
GR00ERIER,
PROVISIONS,
CIGARS'
AND
TOBACCO.
FAIKBANIi.. AUIZOXA.
Faiitt Restaurant
FAIKSANlf, A. T.
MRS. K. HARRINGTON'. Prop.
Chagres Reasonable. Parties going
from Tombstone to Bisbee will
have ample time for dinner
before the train arrives:
Table Supplied With the Best.
GIVE IT A TRIAL.
ARCTIC ICE CO-
A. J. BISSETT,
PROPRIETOR.
Ice delivered to any 0TC. Dflp I D
part of the city at '"l CJ LU
Special rates to families for ice to rcgulir
customers.
Office and ice house Opposit posto'tice
W. 0. ABBOTT
ASSAYING
IN ALL
ITS BRANCHES
Tombstone,Arizona.
Samples by mail or express will receive
prompt attention.
Office and Retiatnce Orerloek lloute'.
FLY'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
Fremo t s rat, opposi e Prospector.
FAMILY PHOTOGRAHS
OUR SPECIALTY
Careful attention given to turning o t the'
Finest Heat and pictures of all sites in
a. most artistic manner, superior
finish aruTjone,
Dsr"JL CJ OtncnH 3E Mft
Taken, pn short notice. Groups a s e
dilty Chbinet, panel and standard.
FAIBiKEXuHAIE
trf4 bo R Ht&r, it U thought a.
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