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-4p TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR OUR WATCHWORD--"OOCHISE COUNTY FIRST, THE WORLD AFTERWARD. VOL. IX TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA FRIDAT EVENING, SEPTEMBER '25, 18q6. No. 313 THE ""Sfei l &. Ir I t C.DAILY PROSPECTOR.! City anil County Official Paper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Except Susday) Br Wm. Hattich El tor and Proprietor tFresaont St. Opposite City Hall "' W " ". Tie iosctcrot irill uot bold itseUfrtpoo- ' ' '"""sfci for nnjr intUsi.4iicle8 orsentiuieott ex - rioicd by -any of tt correspondents. Kaieretl in tbe Tombstone Postof&.e as v .Second Class matter, PBOFESSIONAL. CARDS. JAMES RE1LLY. ATTORNEY AND Counselor at Law. Land and Mining cases a specialty. Tombstone. Aruana. WU.C STATU LB. Law and Notary . ArUoca. ATTORNEY AT- Public, Tombstone GEO W. WAIN. ATTONEY AT Law. Will practice ia all cotuts of the rminnr Tombstone Arizona. -"y S. CLARK. ATTONEY AND COUN- Vl seloratLav. Office on Fourth Street, r beteei Allen and Touthnut, Tomh- same Hill practice in all the courts of tbe Territory. HARLES GRANVII.LEJOHNa.TON. Attorney and Counsellor at La and Notary Public aa" Fremont street bet th and jth stntts A member o'. the Bar of tbe Supreme Court of the 'Jerriioiy. and will practice in any of the courts therein. WENTHWORTH COUNTY RE corder and Abstract Office. Abstracts of title to real estate and mlrjes furn. ished prompMy and aeurately. Complete Iran scripts. Office in Court House, Tombstone. G' E. ALVORD. JUSTICE OF THE Peace. Office on Allen St bet.31 A atli Tombstone. AL KOSKA, I USTICE OFTHF PEACE Office on Jib St. bet. Allen ana Toughnut, Tombstone. . S. GORDON. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND Surgeon. Office adjoining his residence on 41b Street. Calls attended at a3 Eours day and nijbi. .an r VAVl E. ASSAYER AND META- I lnrical laboratory. Office No 39- Fremontit, oppor.te Uty Mali. THE ORDERS. F &. A n. iytNGSOLOMON XODGE NO. C t third Samrdavia each month. VUiiiaf brothers oordiatlT Invited to at- ? OR I H tend, I H McPHEKSU. . W. XL. A L GROW Secretary, R. A M. OOCHISE CHAPTER NQ. a MEETS third Wednesday in each month, vis-runs- Companions cordially invited to at tend. TOM LOWRY. H. P. 'A. WENTWORTH Secretary. P. O. S. OF A. WASHINGTON CAMP NO 1 MEETS 1st r ndUy evening in each month. Vu ienz Comra'es onrdially invited. J.V CLARK. President. A" L. GROW. Secretary. A. O. U. W- vnisRSi ONE LODGE NO 3. A. O U. I ' meet 1 a and trd Thursday in each 1 month. Visiting brothers cordially in- wiler! , ROBT. BESTM. W. W. 9. MONMONIER Recorder. ' K. OF P- ARIZONA LODGE KNIGHTS OF Pythias No 4. meets every 1st and 3rd Monday's in each month. V siting brothers eorcjally invited. A. H. EMANUEL, O. C. W. D. MONMONIER. K. ofS. PROTECT ION HOSE COMPANY NO 3. bmu First Snnaay In each month at their lose house n tbe corner ot Seventh anj Fremont streets, opposite the school house. WM. GARRETT, Foreman, TOM SMITH S-cretary. R ESCUE HOSE COMPANY MEETS First SondVy is each month at uty uau Fremont stre-t. 1. V VICKERS. V ENTW ORTH. S. ey President J. N. McDONOL'GH. Foreman. ENGINE COMPANY NO 1. MEEIS last Sunday in ea.h roon b at hose house OB the earner of Toughnut and 5th street, JOSEPH UPPER! Foreman HENRY DUNK&R. Sectetaiy WM'td An agent in eveiy section to can vass la to si a day made; sells at sight; also a man 1 sell staple good to dealers best side line. J75 a sro. th. Salary or Urge coiUston maoei experie-ce tu.pacc.nry For sealed sar&ulars send stamp. Cliun Soap MaanMrunag Compaay, Cincinnati. UW. UNION WATER WORKS. F. CALVES, Prop. nrompt Service. Water per barrel, 23ns Per backer, 5 cts. Soecial Rates to Families Leave orders with wagrn. tts&mm 1 tL9 alctviifs. mjyt rpT 9 1 - of M- prnpirft. sWl sTaKlTa fax '& .sm: XI?!.; SAMUEL M. BARROW . n. ff .J -4 A f4: s - v SAMUEL M. BARROW Tit' " y '- "- i i MP ' -'C .Jfc4 4 POLITICAL. Under Mai? PEOPLES" PARTY PLATFORM For PresUent. W. J. BRYAN, of Nebraska. For Vice-President. T. WATSON, of Georgia. We demand: , 1. The free aid unrestined coinage'of gold and silver at the present, ratio of 16 to 1 wilhont regartt-ts the actions or wishes of any father nation orbsaWation whatever. ' II- Th Increase at the correct moner to aatwcsr"saSerat 4 meet the wants' oTonr growing popalatiasasil bosinesv-sucb money to consist of silver and jtold corn and U.S. Treasury notes, equally a legal tender for all de mands pobtlo and private. III. TK abolition of all national banks and the establishment of Postal Saving Banks, man aged and controlled by th V. S. Trvsisury. Iv. The establishment of a system cf direct legislation by the people, giving to th people thrmselses the power. 'lit. To veto all laws pass ed by any less than 93 per cent of all their rep renlatves. and to propose the enactment of laws by any number greater tban lira per cent of the elector and coarnetl their submission to the whole body of the electors. V. That all means of transpsrtating persons property and lnlelltgencs be gradually taken by the Nauoa and 'conducted and controlled by an unpartisan commission under strict civil service rules. VL That alt public salaries and compensa tions sh-Ul be made to correspond to the price of laoor ana laoor s proaoci. Republican Primaries ToussTOKr. September 10,11896. At a meeting of the o.epubUcan count r cen tral committee, held at the court house. Tomb stone, Cochise county, on tbe abote date, it at trAmrrt ttif lha 4 f 7 ' was tv4a,VA iii u r 1 1 1 J r &.jyiaaaLV( 1S96, be. and is hereby set as the day for hold- lag toe Republican primaries in this county, lor the urposo of ejecting delegates to a Republi can county 'convention, to beheld in the court bouse', ia Tombstone, oa the 8th day of October, iboo, at 3 ociocx. p. m., tnen ana thereto nominate Territorial and County officers, and to transact such other business as may properly ome nelrvesaki convention. -The following were selected as jodges; Tombstone deterates. ludres First Ward. I.-C. Wiser: Second Ward. F. N. Wolcott: Third Ward, Thos. Lowry; Fourth Ward, Wrn. Corben. Ontside. C H. Bassett; Clark sburg. Cots. Hancock. nisbec. ia delegates-. udge. Ueorge sfubley. Taylor's Ranch, x delegate. Aan and Miller's canyon, t delegate. Fort-Huachuca. a delegates J ude, J. C. Bomett. West Huachuca. 1 delegate Judge, L K Me ss lyre. Fairbask, s delegates; Judge. A V Noyes St Dand, a delegates Judge. Jas McRae .. Benson, delegates Jodee. H Bcrwin Tres Alaiao-1 delegate Pool's. 1 delegate osse! rifle, r delegate WBlcox. delegates ludrr. W F Nichols Dos Cabalas, a delegates Judge, F.T White Bowe. ( delegate Judge. Oeo K Bugbee San iiovon. rUelegate Brannodc t delegate Rucker. 1 delega-e lodge, J H Cogswell Galynlle. x delegate Hereford, x delegate Morse Canyon, x delegate Pearca. 3 delegates Judge. Wm Johast-m aczanDi?. 1 ucaegmic 1 UQgr. akx iv Dragoon, x delegate Judge, sa Walker Hooker's, x delegate Powers, t delerate Is precincts where no appointments are made th Republicans are requested to select their own Judges. The order of easiness at this convention shall be: 1st The selection of a County Centra Com mliue. and Nomination of osneers to b T.ted for th November election. G H FTTTS, " CbalrtcaiL. A W SMITH. Secretary. Primary Election, Nodcebhercb" given that Thursday. Sep tember astb is set for th selecting of delegates to attend tbe Democratic county convention, which wQ be held in the county court house at Tombstoce. on October 6th. The followtcg is 1 th apportionment of each pednct: ! Tombstone 16. Bisbe so, Hereford x. Miller's Canyon 1, Fort Huachuca 1, Huachnca Siding r;- Fairbank a. St David 3. Benson 5. Tres Alamos I, Pool s 1. Kusselitu 1. wiueox 5. Dos Obezas x. Boaie Station, a, Saa Simon 1, Rrannock t, Wilgtss r.. Rucker 1, Taylor's Ranch i,1 Galeyville I, Pearce 'a. San Bernar dino t. Custom House 1 Total 7a. The IJemocaMts of eah prennct are requested to select tbeir own pnmary election b lards, ex crpt Tombstone. B-srxe, Benson and Willcox and In ibcse places the central committee will select the b of rlrction and polling places I ample time lor toe lull iniormauon 01 voters 'Ika test shall be, "will yon -vote for and sop- port the Democratic ticket at the coming eiec tionT ALLEN R ENGLISH. Chairman County Central Committee, Tombstone, September 166 " FOR SALE. r A group of Copper, Claims part'y developed. Ure black and oxide from the grass roots ore found in -Tall working's; plenty in sighC'andjust rhe proposition for a company Good ro ds, wood, water and timber plentiful, claims eight miles from railroad. Address Prospector, office, Tomb- stone. Horse Kodco will commence on the San Rafael ranch on the 1st of 8ep tea ber. Cattln roJeo will commeuce ou tbo lath of September. Weather permitting, the C O C and Biggs round-up. will begin at Sulphur Springs, Wednesday, Auifuet 26tb. Bart Padro.jund-up -Association wilt comraencw work on September 10, beginning at the the Wakefield place. ' The annual fall round-up by cattle wners of Sulphur Sprlngrallewari-J ietnitr, north of tliti 8. P. 'railroad. will begin at Hooker's Hot Springs oa the morning of Sept. 1st. The general' round-up of the Lower Sulphur Spring Valley will commsnee weik on September 7th from the old W. B, Taylor ranch. tf. The West Huachuca rodeo J com- rneores at Huachnca Siding October ttth and works up the Babooomari rirer to old-Fort Oriiienden and then through the Empire ranch to Pantano. ii buckiUn's abnioa saxve. .rhe best salve in the world for cuts bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hinds, chilblains, corns, and all skin etuptions and posi tively cures Piles, or no payment requir ed itis guaranteed to give pee feet stis a factiin or money refunded. Prices 50 cents per box. For sale at Tomb ione Drug Store Free Pills. Send your address to H. E. Bucklen 3c Co , Chicago, and get a free sample box of Ur. King's New Life Pills. A tria will convince you of tbeir merits. These puis are easy in action and are pattic ularly effective in the cure of constipal on and sick headache. For malaria and liver troubles, they have been proved in valuable, Iney are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious sub stance and to be purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action, but by giving tone to.the stomach and biwels greatly invigorate tbe system. Kegular sire 2JC per box. Sold by Tombstone and Bisbee druggists. Gladness Comes With better understanding of tbe transient nature of the many phys ical ills, which vanish before proper ef fortsgentle ettorts pleasant efforts rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forma of sickness are not due to any actual dis ease, hut simply to a constipated condi tion of the system, which the pleasant family laxative. Syrup of Figs, prompt ly removes. That is why it ia the only remedy with millionsof families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health. It beneficial effects are due to the fact, that itis the on remedy which, promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organa on which it acta. It is therefore ail Important, in order to get Its bene fldal eflecta, to note when you pur chase, that you have the genuine artt ele, which ia manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable dniggista. Ii in the enjoyment of good health, and the system la regular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one may be commended to the most skillful pnysicians, but if ia need -f a laxative, one ahould have the best, and with the well-informed everywhere, Syrup of Flga ste-jds highest and Is most iargery used and (rivet m general rrfsctioss. NOTICE. ALL PF.RJO.NS ARE CAUTIONED against purchasing or negotiating a paper pur porting to call for one hsndred dollars, favor of John Gates and endorsed by me as same has been paid, as I bold 'Mr. Gates receipt, Said paper has been lost. T, B. CH VTTMAN Pearco, Aug. 17 xto. GUM IPXEY, Allen St Bear 3d,. (Old.Custom House.) VEGETABLES. FRUITS, OTAT0ES " ONIONS, ETC Wfc California fruit reeeitedetery dag by exprtt. Everything told f ' fewest rose. Ood$ sMseerest ' twit s .-- . Highest of ill in LeaveninT'ower. Ro ABSOLUTELY PUBE LATEST-NEWS The Situation in Leadville Alarming. TROOPS HELD IN READINESS. Bryan's Demonstration in New York A Plot to Murder Frustrated. AN EMBEZZLER INDICTED Dsnyxb. The impression tLat the presence of troops in Leadrille would end the strike has been dissipated by the reports which reached Governor Mclntire today trom Leadville. He is told the miners from Aspen, Cripple Creek and San Juan are quietly gathering at Leadville, and at an op portune moment th strikers will wipe out the entire national guard and burn th town. The governor has inquired, unofficially of Brigadier General Wbeaton, commander ot the military department of Colorado, as to what assistance the federal authorities can render in case of an emergency on a few hours notice. Colt n 1 Merriam, Seventh infantry, stationed at Fort Logan, bas been ap praised that bis commend may receive orders to take the field, and the troops will be ready when tbe official call comes. New York. There has perhaps asver been such a significant demon tration for William J. Bryan in the east as that given tonight in Brooklyn by the combined labor interests. It has been a mooted question whetder the laboring people of tbe east would respond to tbe call for a mass meeting in fayor of Bryan, but there was no mistake about lb demonstration at Clearsaont rink. The rapacity of the building was estimated at 8.000 and every available corner was filled with a gnod.ualured humanity, while thousands besieged tbe doors and were refused admission. L ssxiv. It transpired today that enough cordite to blew up a house w a discovered Monday hidden iu a iioltow pillar on Hianford street, in nabiud by Kusiao Hebrews, uapeci eil ol nihilism. The polio are search ing the premises in that neighbor hood. Kay gas Crnr. Jay H. Nrff, editor and publisher of tbe Daily Drovers' Telegraph, was nomiuated for con gress by acclamation by the repub licans of this, the Fifth, district today. 1 He made a speech bitterly scoring what he termed tbe "free eilvnr heresy." DaXLia. W. H. ttist, a jealous hni band, killed Charted Shropshire in Harry Brothers' warehouse this mom- Chicago. Ex-Alderman S. W, Both waa today isdioted by the grand jury for thembexsleHsot of 118,373 jiiteVi4eHafe Bonding and Latest U.S. Gov't Report Loan association while secretary. Charges of embezzlement from the National Building and Loan associa tion aggregating 142,000 are still, pending. IIOTEI. ARRIVAL.! COCIIISI D. Wagner, San Francisco. E. Orath, Fresno, SAN J08B. J". C. Eatte, El Paso. I ALACi. A. Curry, ranch. ARLINGTON Emit Arwor, Kansas City. - IT ANTED AN ENERGETIC MAN TO csiaoiisn orancn omn here 5100. pi r month salary. For full information, address Room 6. 373 S. Main St. Los Angeles. Cal f Vircide Chemical Co. FAIRBANK DEPARTMENT GEO. G. McGEE.Prop. Arizona, Fairbank, Headquarters for vieitors from Tomb stone and surrounding country. Best of wines liquors and ' cigars always on hand. PAY THE EXCHANGE A VISIT P. A. DEMARTINI, GENERAL MERCHANDISE. A full line of GR0CERIER, PROVISIONS, CIGARS? AND TOBACCO. FAIRBANK. ARIZONA. Faibbank, A. T. K. HARRINGTON, MRS. Prop. Chagres Reasonable. Parties goiDg from Tombstone to Bisbee will . have ample time for dinner before the train arrives. Tabic Supplied With the Best. GIVE . IT Jl TRIAL. ARCTIC ICE CO- . A J. BISSETT, PROPRIETOR. Ice delivered to any part of the city at 2cts Per LB Special rates to families for ice to regular customerr. Office and ice bouse Opposit posto'fice W. 0. ABBOTT ASSAYING i IN ALL ITS BRANCHES 5 Tombstone,Arizona. Samples by mail or express will receive prompt attention". Office and Re tint nee Orerlock -Home. FLY'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY, Fremo t s reel, opposi e Prospector. FAMILY PHOTOGRAHS OUR SPECIALTY Careful attention given to turning o t the Finett vletct and picture of all tiset in a most arttoic manner, superior finish amTjone. lakeri on short notice. Groups as e. jaiiy uneinci, panel ana sianaara FAIBfflEXCHAIE Restauran WML -.