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I VOL. X TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER i5 13q6 ' 1 I
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DAILY PROSPECTOR.
City and County Official Paper
PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING
CExceit Su-day)
BY
Wm. Hattich Editor and Proprietor.
Fremont St. Opposite City Hall
The PaosrECTOE will not hold itself respon
sible for any of the articles or s lUments ex
pressed by any of it correspondent-
Entered in the Tombstone Postoffix as
Secand Class matter,
PBOFESSIONAL OARDS.
JAMES REILLY, ATTORNEY AND
Counselor at Law. Land and Mining
cases a specialty. Tombstone. Arizona.
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M r RHIX ATTORNEY AT-
Law and Notary Public, Tombstone
Arizona,
G
EO. W. SWAIN, ATTONEY AT
L-w. Will practice in all courts of the
Territory, Tombstone Arizona.
S. CLARK. ATTONEY AND COUN
j selor at lw. Oix on Fourth Street,
between Allen and Toujhnul, Tomb
Will practice in alt the courts of the
ory. .
CHARLES GRANVll.LEJOHNaTON.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law and
Notary Public, 47 Fremont street bet.
4U1 and 5th stets. A member of the Bar of
the Supreme Court of the Territoiy, and U1
practice in any f the courts therein.
WENTHWORTH COUNTY RE
corderand Abstract Office. Abstracts
of tile to real estate and mines furn
ished promptly and acurately. Complete tran
scripts. Oince in Court House. Tombstone.
E. ALVORD, JUSTICE OF THE
.Peace. Office on Allen St: bet-3i 4
ath Tombstone.
L.KOSKA,! USTICE OF THF PEACE
Olfice on 4th St. beL Allen ana
Toughnut, Tombstone.
H& GORDON. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND
Surgeon: Office adjoining his residence
"on 4th street. Call attended at aU hours
day and night.
I C EARLE. ASSAYER AND META-
I- lurical I-abcratory. f6ce Tvo 319.
p VtMTunf Sf. tmne
Fremont St. opposite City HalL
THE ORDERS.
F' & A M.
KING SOLOMON TXDGE NO. S
Meets third Saturday in each month.
Vtine brothers cordially invited to at
tend. I h Mcpherson, w. m.,
A. L GROW Secretary.
R. A M. .
COOHISE CHAPTER NQ." 4 MEETS
third Wednesday in each month. Vis
itine Companions cordi illy invited to at
tend. TOM LOWRY. H. P.
A. WENTWORTH Secretary.
P. O. S. OF A.
WASHINGTON CAMP NO 1 MEETS
xsl Friday evening in each month. Vis.
" " itins Comialcs oraiaSK' invited
1. W. CLARK. President.
A. L. GROW. Secretary.
A. O. U. W
TOMBSTONE LODGE NO 3. A. O U.
W. meet 1st and 3rd Thursday in each
month. Vtatine brotners craiauy tn-
Tited.
ROBT. BESTM. W.
MONMONIER Rocordtr.
W. D.
K- OF P-
ARIZONA LODGE KNIGHTS OF
Pythias No 4. meets every 1st aad 3rd
Monday's in each month. V siting
brothers corciallr invited.
A. H. EMANUEL. C. C.
W. D. MONMONIER. K. of S.
P PROTECTION HOSE COMPANY NO 3.
T" meets Urst Sunday tn each raontu at
their hose house D the corner of Seventh
and Fremont streets, opposite the school house.
WM. GARRETT,
Foreman,
TOM MITH Secretary,
RESCUE HOSE COMPANY MEETS
First Sunday jcrch month at City Hall
l-remont street T, v. VK.M1KS,
V ENTWORTL. Mj President
f. N. McDONw. CH. Forrman.
ENGINE COMPANY '0 1. ilEETS
last Sunday In ea h month at hose house
on tn e earner 01 1 ougnnnt ana 5m street.
JOSEPH LIPPEKT Forem-n
HENRY DUNKER. Secretaiy,
Wanted An agent in evenr section to can
vs $4 to J5 a dry raide; sells at sight;
also a man to sell staple Rood, to dealers
best side line, $733 mo-th. Saliry or large
' comoissioo made; erperie-ice unnecessary For
sealed particulars send sump. CUfttnSoap
mmjoufaciuHng Cue npftjay, acinnii, Cnm.
UNION
WATER
WORKS.
. F. CALVES, Prop.
resipt Service. Water per barrel, .5CIS.
Per bucket, 5 cts.
Soecdal Rates to Families
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PEOPLES' PART PLATFORM,
For President. W. J. BRYAN, of Nebraska.
For Vice-President. T. WATSON, of Georgia.
For De)te to Congress. BUCKY O'NEILL.:
I- The free and unrest'nted coinage of gold
and silver at (he present ratio of 16 to t, without
regard to the actions or wishei of any other
nation or combination whatever,
II- The increase si the current money to nn
amount sufficient l meet the wants of our
growing population and business, such money
to consist' of silver and gold coin and U. S.
Treasury notes, equally a legal tender for all de
mands public and private.
HI. The abolition of all national banks and
the establishment of Postal Sivinr. Banks, man
aged aad controlled by the U. S. Treasury.
IV. The establishment ofasrstenof direct
legislation by the people, giving to the people
themselves the power, 1st. To veto all laws pass
ed by any less than 9s per cent of all 'heir rep
resentatives, and t propose the enactment of
laws by any number greater tban five per cent
of the electors and ccmpeil 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 conducted and controlled by an
nnpartisan commission under strict civil service
rules.
VL That all public salaries and compensa
tions shall be made to correspond to the price of
labor aad labor's product.
THE DESTOCRA TIC TICKET.
For Council B.A.PACKARD.
For -itemWy J M; MERRILL.
J. N. JONES.
J.J. RIGGS.
For Sheriff. SCOTT WHITE
For Treasurer. ... A. WENTWORTH.
For JUeorder M.J. BRO WN.
Dittrict Attorney A. R. ENGLISH.
For Probate Judge S. A. D. UPTON.
For Supervitor J. McPHERS.ON.
L.8HATTU0K.
For' Surveyor ,.Llt Vncant.
The Democratic party oi Cochise
county, Arizona,' in convention assem
bled, hereby reaffirm our belief in and
allegiance to the time Lonored principles
of Democracy, and do unqualifiedly en
dorse tbe Democratic National Platfoim
adopted in Lhicago, ana Democratic
territorial platform as adopted ot Wil
liams, and the national and territorial
ticket, and we congratulate tbe people
that alter the most strenuous' attempts
to subvert tbo;e traditions .and princi
ples, by tboie high in power and in the
interests of the money -'lenders of Eu
rope, the Democratic party has risen in
its might and cast out such traitors and
has forced them into the party of plutoc
racy, corporations; and assassins of labor
headed by Mark Hanna and his ganjr,
-here they properly belong, and where
they are receiving the hearty support
and co-operation of every monopiy and
corruptionist in oucco'uetry. t
We congratulate ourselves and the
whole people that every industrial soci
ety and all parties which sincerely be
lieve in our government returning to
the money of our fathers and the consti
tution, are with.us. today in this mighty
struggle for the emancipation of sixty
millions of white slaves from the cor
rupting influences, of gold monometal
lism) and that there is .every reason to
believe from tbe signs oi tbe timesf
that 'the machinery "of this government
will again soon be placed in the hands of
the people.
We believe the free and unlimi
ted coinage of silver is the parimou.
and overshadowing principle of the
present campaign, and that no person
should' be elevated to office or position
of power who does not believe in such
free coinage by our own government,
without wiiting for the consent or as
sistance of other nations for we charne
that it was tbe corrupting influences
in Europe whichforced upon i's people
gold monometallism and therby reduc
ed the wage earners to serfdom; and
the same people who wrought such havoc
there, are attempting to do the same
tk? here, cd to cttr scrrc ', they have
partally succeeded; thereby reducing
tht majorty of our own people to' finar
cial slavery, and impoverishing every
producer of wealth in tbe United State.
The contraction of the currency, of our
country, by the demonetization of silver
was the most gigantic and heinous crime
ever perpetrated on any people in the
history of tbe whole world; and those
responsible for it are traitors to freedom
and Republican institutions, and those
who would now seek Jo maintain tbe
present.miserable condition of our own
people by the maintenance 'of the' "pres
ent cold-Maadard when the present op
portunity is offered in an expansion "i
currency for the alleviation of the .uiTer-.
ine-i-'oi-humaalty. are parties'' to" thar
igriiti crime, id sympaioy who inc innu-
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'turns of ear geraBment plutocracy;
Nl- wh .M KtU ,V VSWkVll'M vn U
Democratic
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man who endorses every sentiment of
tnts platlorm. and we ask tbe endorse
ment of their candidates by the people
and we pledge: to the people a more
economical administration of territorial
and county affairs than has characterized
our government for the past two years
and that no more revenue shall be raised
by taxation than is required for the
mamtainance of our county government
economically administered, and that the
revenue raised shall not be diverted for
and other purpose than the strict admin
istration of county government. In ask
ing tbe co-oper-ttion of the people, we
pledge an efficient, honest and economi
cal administration.
Gladness Comes
With a better understanding of the
transient "nature of the many phys
ical Ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts gentle elTorts plcasante uorts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the ltnovvledge, that so many forms of
sickness arc not duo to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the plcascnt
family laxative. Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the ovAj
remedy with millionsof families, andis
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value Rood hcaltli. Its beneficial
effects are lne to the fact, that it is 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 effeets, 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 oniovmer.t of rrood heal-').
ti3 Mi. si'Klpm i t tmlnr. la?rntirft nr
other-remedies, are then not needed. If
afflicted with 'any- actnal disease, one
may bo commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need ot a laxative,
one should have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere, Syrup of
Figsstcids highest and is most largely
used and give - n-ral sisf action.
CATARRH
Its
LOCAL DISEASE
and Is the rassttrf cni 5
sudden climatic changes.
It ceo be cured by a pleannt
remedy -!ch ti applied di
rectly Into tho nostril. De
ic; quietly absorbed It gives
relief at ence,
Ely's Cream Balm
Es acl.cnr!cleil to he the znott thorough rare for
Xaaal Catarrh, CoU la Head and Hay crer of aU
remedies. ItopmaandcIeacHatbeztsaalpacaaees,
aSaTg pain and lclUmmatk)-. heals the sore, pro
tecta the mem brace from colas, restores the tense
cf tarteandemell, PricetOaatDniiouorbT-nail,
ELY BI.OTI.EK3, C6 Warrea Street, 2iev Tort-
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fcom.f orsamo prieo racer same enar
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an. If w fall to ran. If too hm ,.... .-
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Cury,
i.i!S.n t5? Ia month. SoreTUroiS
imple. PPer Colored Spots, ClceritS
oat, 11 tau Bseondary BLOOD POISO
-rrnu-toecr. W.eeaieitlhmStobrti.
cafi cum ana cballenra thi woVld 1
ear-weeaanoteii. ls cUsesM hi? al nn
local c-arantr. Abaofute proof. Mnt wSdi
OI t-Jue-dci Temple, CiU j
6UM M4XEY,
Allen fit near 3d, t,(01d.Cu..om Hc'ufe.)
vegj:tables,
FRUITS, -
lOTATOESJ
ONIONS,!
'.ETC
Freeh California fruiirtceivedextry day
by ezpret. Everything told' at
lencitt raiee. Ooode delivered
r to aU oarttl'of ketft.
or, they deceived and " misled by the
glittering falshoods circulated by the
enemies of the people the money
changers of the east..
"We pledge, our party that every nomi
nee. of this 'convention is a free silver
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A. J. BISSETT,;-' PROPRIETOR
Ice delivereCjo any f)nfm Dp I R
part of tbe city at 15 rcl LD
Special rates to families for ice to regular
customers, t
Office and ice bouse Opposit poslof fie
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Highest of all in Leaveninir.ower. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
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A&&OIMTEIX PURE
LATEST NEWS
A Lone Highwayman Takes
in a Train Near Ogden
and Makes His Escape.
BRYAN IS NOW IN MICHIGAN.
The Noted Breckeo ridge is
Again Nominated for
Congress.
the Mckinley hosts.
SALr Lake A special from Ogden
Utah, say : The Union Pacific pas-
penger train No. 3 from the east
wag held up by a. lone robber this
morning about six nillea east of Ogden.
The robber it ia suppoated got on the
blind baggage car at Morgan. After
tbo train crossed Strawberry bridge
tbe rcbbtT crawled over on the tender
to tbe engtn cab wearing a white
hood over his head, pulled a gun on
the fireman 'and engineer tud told
tbein to throw up their hands. He
then gave them each a white hood
and told tbetu to put it over their
heads which they did. Winn the
train comb to a, standstill he com
pelled the engineer and fireman to go
bacic with bioi t tbe rear end of the
express car, which ho eomman-led tbe
engineer to cut off front the train.
Engineer Holland refnsed. The rob
ber then did ii himself. The engineer
dodged under tbe car and got away to
Uiut&U where ho sent a dispatch noti
fying tbe authorities at Ogden.
The robber uncoupled the baggage
express and mail cars got on tbe en
gine and ran down within a quarter
of a mile of Uintah station. Mean
time tht fireman got away. Thn rob
ber, after stopping the engine, com
polled the express messenger to open
tbe door and made an unsuccessful
attempt to blow open the safe. Then
hs went into the mail car, cut open
four regiatered letter pouches, took a
lot of registered mail and disappeared.
Buss-KP, Mich Candidate Bryan
entered Michigan at 9 o'clock this
morning. Nearly 5,000 people were
on tbo square near -Ironwcotl depot,
many from the surrounding towns)
The weather was bright and clear.
Bryan with bis bead nnoovered ad
dressed an enthusiastic crowd.
F-axktort, Ky. The 7th district
Republican committee today resolved
itself into a convention and nominated
T7. C-". .Srsckssridge for congress.
This weans the name of Col. Breck
emidgs, who has already been ne
inatea by tbe Xalional Democrats,
will go under a Republican device oa
the ballot. It also praeticaly insures
tbo elsstien of tbe ex-congressman
after one Urm of private lift following
tbe disclosures ot thst famous scand al
Ibat defeated him is the race for re
election two years ago.
Washkotok Secretary Malel Pro
vost of tbe - Veneiuellaa boundary
eeoankOR bat eone to bo deeisic-
rejjarding the boundary question and
denying the report that the claims of
Venezuela had brcn sustained.
Wakes Meet, Micb. The weather
has been considerate to William J.
Bryan the last two days. As utual, he
began his work early this morning,
making hh first speech at Ironwood.
A large crowd was in waiting to see
and hear Mr. Bryan. It was composed
fur the moit part of miners who gave
him an enthusiastic welcome. He
spoke from a gaily decorated platfoim
erected a few hundred yards from the
train. Fifteen minutes later Bryan
addrMed a large crowd atBeosemer.
Us ridiculed the idea of a flood of
money advancd by the supporters of
gold.
Castos Seven carloads of employ
ees of the Cleveland Street Railway
company, were here today to pay their
respectB to Major McKinley. After
addressing them McKinley talked to a
delegation from the oil fields of Mc
Donald. Pa.
FAIRBANK DEPARTMENT
GEO. G. McGEE, Prop.
FairbanlCf : Arizona,
Headquarters for visitors from Tomb
stone and surrounding country.
Best of wines liquora and oigars
always on hand.
PAY THE EXCHANGE A VISIT
P. A. OEMARTINI,
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
A fall lino of
GROCERIER,
PROVISIONS,
OIGARS"
AND
TOBACCO.
FAIRBANK. ARIZONA.
FairM Restaurant
FAIRBANK, A. T.
K.. HARRINGTON.
MRS.
Prop.
Chagres Reasonable. Parties going
from Tombstone to Bisbee will
have ample time for dinner
before the train arrives.
Table Supplied With (he Best.
GIVE IT A TRIAL.
W. 0. ABBOTT
ASSAYING t
IN ALL
ITS BRANCHES
Tombstone,Arizona.
Samples by. mail or- express will receive
prompt attention. -
Office and Residence Ocerlock Iloute.'
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