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1 - -:,:' - '-' It -"'- ' , ' ' t THE -:tOlBStONE:: RMPECTOE, l OUR WATCHWORD--"OOCHISE COUNTY FIRST, THE'WQRLD AFTERWARD. M f X x D-AILY PROSPECTOR. '"jity and County Oificial Paper PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING (Except Sunday) BY - ' Win. Hattich Editor and Proprietor. Fremont St. Oppouitc City Hall The PkOspectorV.1I not hoM itself respon sible for any of the articles or sentiments ex pressed by any of it correspondents. Entered in. , the Tombstone Vostoftix as Secsnd Class nutter. PBOFESSIONAL. OAKDS. JAMES RE1LL-Y. ATTORNEY AND Counselor at Law. Land and Mining cases a specnltr. Tombstone. Arlxona. W M. C. STAfc-HLB. ATTORNEY AT Law and Notary rublic. Tombstone Aiixona. G EO. W. SWAIN. ATTONKY A I Law. WiU practice in au caaj ui u.- Territory. Tombstone Aniona. S. CLARK. ATTONEY AND COUN- I seloratLaw. Office on Fourth Street, ' betweea Altai and Toujhnot. Tomb- VUl practice in all the courts of the ory. OHARLES GRANVII.Lt)UM.3i u?. Attorney and Counsellor at Law and Notary Public. a Fremont street bet 4th and sth streets. A member o:the Ear of the Supreme Court ol the Terriioiy. and iU practice In any sf the courts therein. AWENTHWORTH COUNTY RE corder and Abstract Office. Abstracts of title to real estate and mines furn ished promptly and acurately. Complete tran scripts. Office in Court House. Tombstone. E. ALVORD. JUSTICE OF THE Peace. Office on Alien St: bet. 3d & ath Tombstone. L. KOSKA.I UST1CE OF THF PEACE Office on 4th St. bet. Allen and Toughnut, Tombstone. . a HS. GORDON. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND 'Surgeon: Office adjoinin-r his residence " oa 4th street. Call attended at aU hours day and sight. C-EARLE ASSYER ANDJdErA- lugical laboratory. Office lo -319-. Fremont St. opposite City HalL THE ORDERS. F &. A M. KING SOLOMON LODGE NO. Meets third Saturday in each month. VitiUns brothers cordially myited to at tend. I H MCPHERSON. W. M.. A. L GROW Secretary. . . R. A M. rrttiTci? riliPTKR NO. a MEETS C third Wednesday ia eacn month. Vis-itinr- Companions cordially invited to at- ,um& j rrt r mifDV IT P IcaO. au. --" ......... . A, WENTWORTH Secretary. P. O. S. OF A. WAsniAuiu-' ,-. .- - -- - 1st rridav" evening in each month. Vis. w w itinr- tomraaes cnrmaiiy iutucm. J. V. CLARK. President. A. L. GROW. Secretary. A. O. U. VW -1-OMHSTONE LODGE NO 3. A. O U. I .- . ... A irA Thnrfa in each month. Visiting; brothers iorduuly In- ROBT. BESTM. W. W. D. MONMONIEK Recorder.- K- OF P- ARIZONA LODGE KNIGHTS OF Pythias No 4. meets every 1st and 3rd Monday's in each month. V siting brothers corcially in rited. A. H. EMANUEL. C. C. W. D. MONMON1ER. K. ofS. ROTECTION HOSE COMPANY' NO 3, meets First Sunday ia each month at thmrh-Kebouseaa thecornerof Serenth and Fremont streets, opposite the school house. WM. GARRETT, Foreman. . TOM MITH Secretary, ' RESCUE HOSE COMPANY MEETS First Sunday in each month at City Ha3 Fremont street. J. V. VICKEKS," W ENTWORTH, Stay President ', H. MeDON'OUGH. Foreman. ENGINE COMPANY NO 1. MEETS latt Sunday in ea h month at hose boose oa the corner uf Toughnut and 5th street. IOSEPH LIPPKitT hoienua HENRY DUNKER, Secretaiy. Wanted An agent In ereiy section to can vass $4 to $3 a djy nnde; sells at sight; also a man to sell staple i-ood to dealers best side line. I7S a nso-th. Siliry or lame commission nude; experfeiee ucnaessary For sealed particulars seed sump. Cliften Soap Manufacturing Company; Uncmnati, Onto. UNION WATER WORKS. F. CALVES, Prop. Vompt Service. Water per barrel, 250. Per backet, 5 cts. SDecial Rates to Families Theatre orders with wagon. gpmmHL Vk 1 1n 4S hours li-orri- cr " I &M cwsjrrwir-m f4 tfrwirT'' Al M ormi''rttfci"noniK laan m SAMUEL M. BARROW t:,J i-rf''&fc:'' m- r- 14 frlS (v. "f -i Vl t' i.jkf ;, -t f ' OHBSsWflannnwa I - GO SAMUEL M. TOMBSTONE. ARIZONA WEDNESDAY t EVENING. OCTOBER i4l 1846 y-K' Mwii.,' a l -.'. m- 4i?Ri:h-'-j ,,;-. :--V."-34V -' V, 1 "zii - .te C .' " :-5 t" s- S . ... - "-x- iKifisx-Ty, ?j?iHir if &. :s ;v? -Jj .v - : . -, n- f cr -i . 'f-. t -.V"- v ' - -; t - - : .: .&?-:, .. . - Ulfr Vi .nfiim.-' 1 BARROW POLITICAL, ffpiBr fflicl Flag?, PEOPLES' PART" PLATFORM For PresidenVW. J, BRYAN, of. Nebrass. For Vree-PrcsHent. T. WATSOk, of GergU. For Delegate to Congress. BUCKY .O'NEILL. s- The free and unrestiatad coinage of go!d aad silver at the prestnt ratio of 16 to t without regard to the actions or wishes of any 'other nation orcomUnation whaterer. II- The increase ! the current money to aa amount sufficient to meet the wants of our growing, population and business, such money to consist of sUtct and gold coin and U. S. Treasury notes, equally a legal tender for all de mands public and private. III. The abolition of all national basics and the establishment of Postal Saviag Banks, man aged and controlled by the U. S. Treasury. , IV. The establishment of a system of direct legislation by the people, givinf to tha people themselves the power, 1st. To veto aU laws past ed by any less than 95 per cent of all their rep-' rtsentatives, and to propose the enactment of Utws by any number greater than five per .cent of the elector and ccmpell their submission to the whole body of the electors. V. That all means of transportating persons property and Intelligence be gradually taken by the Nation and condacted and controlled by an txnpartisan commission under strict civil service rules. VL That all public salaries and compensa tions shall be made to correspond to the price of labor and labor's product Administrator's , Sale ( i - - A Good Ranch and Improve ments Offered for Sale, "faTOTICE 13 .HEREBY GIVEN THAT Ll bids will be received by the undersigned administrator of the estate of Entile Lenormand deceased up to and including November 14th iBoo.at his store ia Tombstone Arizona for too ranch of 160 acres, heretofore owned and occu pied by said deceawd. situated oa the San Pedro river in said county: iust above the Grand Central Mill, and about two"miles below the txft.of Fairbank aad also for all .the personal property and utensils belonging to aad situated upon said ranch which personal property Is de scribed In the inventory and apprisemeat in this estate, on file with, the Probate Judge of said couity. Possession can be given December 1st. 1896. Terms of sale, cash. The right to reject any and all bids ia hereby 'reserved. GEO. H. FITTS Administrator. Dated September jth.ilofi GUM MAXEY, Allen St. near 3d, Old.Custoa House.) VEGETABLES. PBDITS, 10TATOE8, ONIONS ' ETC Fretti California fruit rteeittdenry day by txyrett. Everything sold at Unpiit rattt. Qoodf delivered jreU all parU'Jjtt eit. Th e folIwigresol utionwas adopted- by the City Council at its.last regular, session: - Resolved. By the Common Council of the City of Tomb ston. that for the years i8o7 nd 1q8 the Salary of Chief of rohce, to be. elected at th coming electi n,is hereby fixed at $b per month, and this shall b 2 full compensation for aikt services rendered the city Dy saia cniei 01 ponce. P.B. WARNEKROS, Mayor, "D.K Wardwell, Cl-rk. LODD POISON A Yrflmarr.g oaaarrrTM BSlS AT Mrmabeatlf state srt43 HHlMllMtfllWilafiiSy Tnr rin Mini.. 1 i. ims1sssxszx& --r -t-j ntm. si W PWI BT SSSSbiS' 2sn4J?: emt. H is Skis TEltSSmSBi Gonncii Resolution D "? worsfars wkMSm wmwm THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Council. .. For AuemUy. ..B. A. PAOKAHD. ..J.M.MERRILL. J. N. JONES. J.J. RIGGS. ForJShtriJT. . y. ....... SCOTT WHITE For Treasurer. ... A. WENTWORTH. For Recorder M. J. BRO WX. DUMct Attorney A.B.ENGLI8H. For Probate Judge. ... 8. A. D.UPTON. For Supervitor J. McPHEBSON. L.SHATTUOK. Fo Surveyor . Lelt Vacant; THE REPUBLIC AX TICKET. For Council. W. P.I.ONG. J.FABBINGTON. M. J. CASTANADA. WM. RPEED. ...F.E.CADWElA ..C.L.CUMMINGS, ..E.W. PERKINS. For Astembly. For Sheriff.. For Treaturer. For Recorder. . ForProlate Judye.. W.F.BRADLET. Dittrict Attorney 43. W. SWAIN. For Superiitor T. C. AMSDEN. A. L. GROW. For Surveyor 0. W. TYLER. THE POPULIST TICKET. For Council. '. . For Atsembly J. MATHrAS. .P.A.LOFGREEN. G, 8. CROCKETT. JT. EBBI0K80N. G.J. McCABE. For Sheriff. . . . For Treaturer A. WENTWORTH. For Probate Judge. . . W. M. FIKE, For Recorder GEO. PORTER. Dittrict Attorney JA8. REILLY. For Supervitor GEO. W. BRYAN. rl H.SCHMIEDING For Surveyor Left Vacant. Gladness Comes XXitbs better understand inc of the transient nature of the many phys ical Ills, which Tanlsh before proper ef forts gentle effort pleasant effort rightly directed. There ia comfort In the knowledge, that bo many forms of sickness are not due to any actual dis- !. bnt sidDlv to a constipated condi tion of the system, which the pleasant family laxative. Syrup or. tigs, prompt ly remoTcs. That Is why it is the only remedy with millions of families, and is Ytrywhere esteemed so highly by all who ralue good health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that it is the ens 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 Ton pur chase, that yon have the genuine arti cle, which Is manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable aruggists. If In tha enlovment of good health. and the'system is regular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If s3ietd with smy actual disease, one may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, eae should have the best, and with the well-informed everywhere, Syrup of Big stands highest and is most largely see4 aad fires most general ta'.tafsrtsom. CATARRH lea LOCAL DISEASE sua I a tbs rsssrt sf eoMa sas aussss eusMtls caassM. It caa os eatad bys pleusnt niuto wnlca iaappUed di c7 JsUtbecojuiU. Bs tereescklrakscrteilUitTM wllTm Balm ttackBOlsdtd to be th BMSt tboronAesrs tor MttalCstatrh, Cold ia Bead aad Hj Fevsr.sf SB sssnedUs. It opens and eleaawsttsninlrssssssi, aSars ssla and taBimnnrlnti. bsals ttssnrss, r teeta la soembras from cslda, rsrtorea tea ssssw sftsstssadsnan. PriMSoe.MCrBflisHnb7BssaV BLT KftOTBSBa, S4 Warm StrMt, Kw Xssk. Tombstone & Pearce MAIL AWD STAGE LINE. IRANJBLATZ, Prop. Mattes eml sveekly Jrips to and from Pearce every Wednesday and Sup day of each week, making the round trip in one day, carrying U. S. mat and passengers. - I FARE, round trip JSH Highest or all in Leavenityr om &3Src3 AB50I.UTEZ.Y LATEST NEWS He kepents and Will Take His Men Back. 1 ST LOUIS Sharkev Wants to Fiirht Cor- bett An Estimate From Headquarters. MINERS GO ON A STRIKE Chicago. A table given out by Chairman Jones of the Democratic National committee todity gives 81 votes as certain fur McKinley ; 279 for Bryan and 87 as doubtful. SaS Kjuncisco. Tom Sharkey, the ailor pugilist, will leave for New York on Saturday, and will leave no stone unturned to make Corbett keep bis agreement to fight. Sharkey says be rlll pull Corbett'd noseifliuoeesary to make him fight. I( he cannot get a tight nith. Corbett or Fitzjiimnone, Sbariey will go to South Africa tvhe:e lie will be matched against - Joe- God- dard. Sr Loois, Mo., Dougald Crawl : a big dry goods merchant, who j "-1 charged a baker' dozen of hi 15 a. t it last Saturday because tbey anuou their attention to vote for Bryony P, Sewall, has repented his action and to day over hii (ignature in a public letter he will take the men back. In bis letter Mr. Crawford said : "I desire every man In ssy employ to vsts as he pleases but I believe that every man who carefully studies the existing conditions should vote for McKinley." Nbit York., Mri. P. J. P. Tynan received a cablegram from her husband yesterday afternoon which said: "I am released. Hope to creel you in New York." WiiiiAMsroRT, W. Va., Itob8rt Leiton, general superintendent of the Philadelphia Erie railroad is dead. Columbus, O. About 150 miners auit work at Corning today refusing to aoeept a reduction front 61 to 45 cents, St Lotng. Attorney Ohai, 9. Nolan applied for twe warrants this 'after noon against Dugal Craford, a Broad way merchant ch arging him with aC tempting to influence the votes of T. D.Forcher and Phil Qradwohl, two of the twelve salesmen whose disaharge fofpolitical reasons oaused a furore. f THE IiADIES. 'The pleasant effect and perfect safety with which ladies may use Syrup of Figs, under all conditions makes it their favor ite remedy. To. jet th: true and genu ine article, look for the name of the California Fig Syrup Company, printe d near 'the bottom of the pickige. For sale by all responsible druggists. Last August while working in the bar vest field I became overheated, was sud J Hnlv attftrVH with rramn and unci aenty atuacea witn cramps., ana was nearly dead, Mr. Cummings, he drug gist, gave me a dose of Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which completely relieved me. I now 1rn a Hnftil nf tli rrmHir lianHtr A I M. Bunnell, Centerville, Wash. For j tale by Druggists. . No. 1 6 owtr. Latest U.S. Gov't Report mmg PURE L Two Lives Saved. Mrs. Phoebe Thomas of Junction City III., was told by her doctors she had con sumption and that there was no hope for her, but m bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery- cured her, and she ksays it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Epgers, "139 Florida St., San Francisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, approaching consump tion, tried without result everythine else then bought one bottle of Dr. King's New Discoverp and in two weeks was cured. He is naturally thankful. It is ruch results, of which there are samples that prove the wonderful efficacy of the medicine in coughs aad colds. Free trial bottles at Tombstone and Bisbee drug stores, Regular size 50c and S1.00 FAIRBANK DEPARTMENT GEO G. AlcGEE, I'rop. Fairbank, Arizona, Headquarters for visitors from Tcmb- atone and surrounding country. ,J Best of wines liquors and cigars always on hand. PAY THE EXCHANGE A VISIT P. A. DEMARTiNI, GENERAL MERCHANDISE. AlulIItneof . GROPERIER, PROVISIONS, CIGARS' AND TOBACro. J ....rr:;.......; I ,Qf-yJ ' " A C jni S m. to connect with Trains M. lor Fairbanlc to connect lrop. Chagres Reasonable. Parties Eoinz from Tombstone to Bisbee will have ample time for dinner T . before the train arrives. Table Supplied With the Best.' GIVE IT A TRIAL.; 1 WO. ABBOTT ASSAYING v - IN ALL - ' ITS BRANCHES r Tombstone,Arizona. Samples by mail or express will receive prompt attention. Office and Residence Overloeh House. FLY'S PII0T0GRAPILG4I1ER7. Freno t s'reet, opposl e Prospector. . FAMILY PHCTOGRAHS; " - OUR SPECIALTY Careful attention given to turning o t the Finest vieut and pictures of all site in o. noil -artistic nanner,. tuperior " finish and'Jonf. Taken on short rot'ee. Groups a s 3 -Jlty Chbintl, panel and standard . Notice to Creditors. Estate of Eninvt'Holcomte deceased? PUBLIC NOTICB I- HEREHVIVEN iyj. tbe uixlrrsignol ad'ninjjtrator jf the estate eiiuia'allolcombe decra cd. to the cred itor of and all p-ssons b.lvir.g rl.j.iu agiinst the said dereaied; fa xfnblt them iih t"ie nec- ery mdrn,. ithjn joncmMuhs afiSr the trtf. nnf.t-itiAn n' lkutimlMi tr iti iM nt. flrs pntlicatiun of thisnoticeL re the said ad ministrator, at his office in the tnnn of .Will cox, in th said county tS Cochise. W.F. NICHOLS; Adminibtra'or. vrith the villi annexed, of the estate ct.E.rnma tlolcomtdoc-tied. Dated at Wiilcot.tthis mb day of Octet er;iS96 ..--- ". 'l I U --"0?Mf. 1 tm HrsWal FAIBalEEflAIE ' t k ' 1 1 i L. ' 1 u f ' ' I i 1 I i - t I 1 I If i f I I i. r - I 1 u "N I! H I J ' t :--j ,- i - L ) i 1 j. r ju , ". ' '