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" 'W i- IP inf ! fc,W1... l . ,Mii ,., ,ij ., u.wp.MI ,i iumwuwyiM , , mi f 4r. Jf4:4mlIl,S0; V-3& W'-F 7TC"-,-V -I'-1 n JI-TO.bjt- c Z r - " .-' - ' ' ' ' " " ST , (1 , t vV ju-j fujl... ? fy ."ftp. THE TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR. ..v H VOL. X DAILY PROSPECTOR. City and Comity Official Pajier , PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING CExcrrScxDv) BY Wm. Hattich Rtor and Propiietor. Fremont St. Opposite City Hall The Prospector will not hold itself respon sible for any of the articles or sentiments ex pressed by any of it correspondents. Entered in the Tombstone Postoffi;e as Second Class matter. PBOFESSIONAL, OARDS. JAMES REILLY. ATTORNEY AND Couase-'orat Law. Land and Mining cases a specialtr. Tombstone, Arizona. w M. a STAHHLE. ATTORNEY AT- rublic. Tombstone Law and Notary Alixona. G EO. W.. SWAIN, AUUNM A Lw, Will pnctice in an cou'u ui iu Territorr, Tombstone Arizona. S. CLARK. ATTONEYAND COUN- J seloratLaw. Office on Fourth Street. betweei Allen and Tonhnot. Tomb. Will practice in all the courts of the oty. O.' HRLE3 GRNVll.LEJOHN5TON. Attorney and Counsellor at uw Vm.n ftihlir- ai7 Fremont street bet. jth and sth streets. A member o. the Bar oi the Sjpreme Court ot the Terntoty, ana iu practice in any ef the courts therein. m WENTmTORTH COUNTY RE- Acorder and Abstract Office. Abstracts oft-tle to real estate and mines furn ished promptly and acurately. Complete tran scripts. Office in Conn House. Tombstone. E. ALVORU. lOSTICE OF THE Peace. Oftice on Alien at: ecu 31 ath Tombstone. L-KObKAJ USTICE OF THF PEACE Office on 4th St. bet. Allen and Tougbnut, Tombstone. WS. GORDON. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND fcremn: Office adioinine his residence on 4th street. Call attended at a3 hours day ana nignt. F. G. EARLE. ASSVSfER AND META. igical iJilioraiory. inra: u 3 Fremont St, opposite City Halt THE ORDERS. F & A M. KING SOLOMON LODGE NO. 5 Meets third Saturday in each month. VimE brothers cordially invited to at tend. I H McPHERSON. W. M.. A L GROW Secretary. R. A M. .AnuiwnnPrER NO. a MEETS . t,!n1 Wednes&iv in each raooth. Vis- 'itfnjr Companions cordnJly invited to at tend. TOM LOWRY. H. P. A. WENTWORTH Secretary. P. O. S. OF A. WASHINGTON CAMP NO 1 MEETS 1st Friday even.nj in each month, vis- " iunc Cnraiesoraoiiy jnvuru J.W.CLARK., President. A. X.. GROW. Secretary. ." A. O. U. W TOMBSTONE LODGE NO 3. A. O. U. W. meet 1st and 3rd Thursday in each month. Visiting brothers cnrdially ia- Tit1 ROBT. BEST M. W. W. D. MONMONIEiC Recorder. , K- OF P- KNIGHTS OF Hi PrthlixNa a. meets everrxst and 3rd Moadir's in each month. Vsiang brothers ccrciaUy inrited. A. H. EMANUEL, C. C. W. D. MONMOMER. K. ofS. rMffiTECTIOS' HOSE COMPANY NO 3, f meets First Sanday in each month at their bose house n the corner of Seventh and Fremont streets, opposite the school noase, . UM, GARRETT. Foreman, TOM MITH ccretary RESCUr: HOE rOMPAY MEETS Fust Sunday in each month at City Han Fremont street. I. V VICKEKS, W ENTWORTH. Sctr President I. N. XIcDONOUGH.-Forrman, ENGINE COMPANY NO x. MEETS latt Sunday In ea h raon h at hose house on the earner of Toughnut and 5th street, JOSEPH UPPEKT Fcenvm HENRY DONKER. gecretaiy. Wan'ed An agent in erey settion to can no t totci d-iv made: sells at sirht; nlxt- en 13 :c!i m nod to dealers bet side Une. J75 a rro-lh, Jwbry orliarge commission made; experience unnecessary ror sealed caniculars send stamp. CUften Soap ft Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. UNION WATER WORKS. F, CALVES, Prop. "rompt Service. Water per barrel, 25CJS. Per bucket, 5 cix. Soecial Rates to Families Lcarc orders with wagon. Mk. KQSP 1 ISlh : x ho?1! GfwvTtTHam. cd y( -Ta'fit wrllirV' paa-rnnII'Ttii wj 1 0C' uvSir'fmTtt It " jftfV.' "61i' ar. OUR WATCHWORD----"COCHISE SAMUEL M. BARROW t - f 4 r 1 , 'P i 1 ft X I. 1 r SAMUEL M. BARROW TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA FRIDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 16, 18q6 i & J 4 4A 3 "1 r " ..H ! M COUNTY FIRST, THE WORLD POLITICAL, Under AM Flag? PEOPLES" PARTlf PLATFORM For President, W. J. BRYAN, of Nebraska. For Vice-President. T. WATSON, of Georgia. For Delegate ta Congress. BUCKY O'NEILL. s- The free and unresttted coinage of gold and silver atthe prev.nt latio of 16 to 1 without regard to the actions or wishet of any other nation orcombination whatever. II- The increase ot the current money to an amount sufficient to meet the wants of our (rowing population and business, such money to consist of silver and gold com ohd 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 Postal Sinn; Banks, man aged and controlled by the U. S. Treasury. IV. The establishment cf a system of direct legislation by the people, giving to the people themselves the power, islTo veto all laws pass ed by any less than 93 per cent of all their rep resentatives, and to propose the enactment of laws by any cumber greater than five per cent of the electors and compel! their submission to the whole body of the electors. V. That all means of transp:rtating persons property and intelligence be gradually taken by the Nation and conducted and controlled by an unpanisan commission under strict civil service rules, VI. That all public salaries and-compensa- tions shall lie made to correspond to the price of labor and labor a product. THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. 1 For Council B. A. PACKARD. For Autmblu J. M. MERRILL. J. N. JONES. J. J. RIGGS. Ear Sheriff. SC01T WHITE ForTrecuurer... .A. WENTWORTH. For Recorder M. J. BUO W X. IXttrict Attorney A.R. ENGLISH For Probate Judge S. A. D. UPTON. For Supervisor J. McPHERSON." L.SHATTUOK for Surveyor- I-elt Vacant, The Democratic party ol Cochise county, Arizona, in convention assem bled, hereby reaffirm our belief in and allegiance tu the time honored principles of Democracy, and do unqualifiedly en dorse the Democratic National Platform adoDted in Chicago, and Democratic territorial platform as adopted ot Wil- j .t- 1 tj . :. :-i nams, ana ine ruuioiiiu unu iciiuuiksi ticket, and we congratulate the people that after the most strenuous attempts to subvert those traditions and princi ples, by tho.e high in power and in tne interests of the money lenders of Eu rope, the Democratic party has risen in its might and cast out such traitors and has forced thera into tne party ot plutoc racy, corporations, and assassins of labor headed by Mark Hanna and his gang, where they properly belong, and where tbey are receiving the hearty support and co-operation of every monoply and corruptionist in our country. -" We congratulate ourselves ana tne whole people that every industrial soci ety and all parties which sincerely be lieve n our goerement returning, to the money of our fathers and the consti tution, are with us today in this mighty I struggle for the emancipation of sixty millions 01 wnite staves irom toe tui rupting influences of gold monometal lism, and that there is every -eason to believe from the signs of the times, 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 paramount and overshadowing principle of the present campaign, and that no person should be elevated to office or po rion of power who does not relieve in such free coinage by our on sovernmrn, without waiting for the consent or as sistance of other nations for we chsrne that it was the corrupting influences in Europe whichforced upon its peop'e guld monometallism and therby reduc ed the waee earners to serfdom; and the same people who wrought such havoc there, are attempting to do the same thing here, and to our Sorrow, tbey hate rurtallv succeeded: thereby reducing ihemajorty of our own people tt finar-. cial slavery, and impoverishing every producer or weaim in mc uuncu "". The contraction of the currency, of. our country, by the demonetization of silver was the most gigantic and heinous crime, ever oernetrated on any people in the history of the whole world; and those reiponsioie tor it arc traitors wku and Republican institutions, and those who would now seek to maintain the present miserable condition of our own people by the maintenance of the pres ent onld standard whenthe present op- nartunitv is offered in an expansion of CBrrency for the alleviation of the sufTer intr nf h"nmanitv. are oarties to that great crime, in sympathy with the influ- lence which seeks to estarjiisn on sne jus of mr eorensiaest X plutocracy; or, they deceit ed and misled glittering falslioods circulated enemies of the people the by the by the money changers 01 tne east. We pledge our party that every nomi nee of this convention is a free silver man who" endorses every sentiment of this platform, and we ask the endorse ment of their candidates by the people and e pledge to the people a more economical administration of territorial and county affairs than has characterized our Roern,Tient for the past lo jears and that no more revenue shall be raised by taxation than is required for the maintenance of our county government economically administered, and. that the revenue raised shall cot be dieited for and other purpose than the strict admin istration'of county government. In ask ing the co-operitton 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 pb, -leal Ills, which vanish before proru-.-efforts gentle uilorU plcabant efforts rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms of sickness aro not due to any actual dis ease, but simnlv to a constipated condi tion of the system, which the pleasant family laxative. Syrup of Figs, prompt lv remove. That is why itis the only remedy with millions of families, and is evoryvvlicre estecmea so nigniy uy au who value troo.1 health. Its beneficial effects are dua to the fact, that itis the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliuebs without debilitating' the organs on wlncn it acts. It is tnereiore all important, in order to (ret 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. If in the enjoyment of good healti, and the system "is regular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If afflicted with any aetnnl disease, one may be commended to the most skillful physicians, lint if in need -jf a laxative, one should have the best, and with the, well-informed everywhere, Syrup of Figs stcids Iiigncst; and is most largely nsed and givesmn general Saisfaction. CATARRH Ua LOCAL DISEASE and Is the result of colls and sudden climatic changes. It can be cored bya pleasant remedr -ilch ii applied U reetiy ictotlieuMtrUa. Be loeqslcUr almrtedlt tfvca relltf atence. Ely's tain Balm ts acknowledged to be the mot tioroojh care for iSMl Catarrh, Co J In Head and liar lever of a3 remedies. It opens and eWceeatrioruaalpaiaagea, sSajs pahi and lnfiammattar -. heals the tores, pro tects the membrane tram colds, restorei the senMi Dlt&ata and smelt. lMce&ncatDniLiUorbr&ial, ELY BROTHERS, M U aneo Street. New Yorb LODD POISON 'A-SDCPIAI TVrarr.se S?fr?T.Tf JS??. J. oaUrroTTer- r.. v'w aruiouiv. permanent!, cored In IS toss darn, yoa can bo treated at nomaioraaae price nncereaiaeiraaraLit- tr&Tttinaw' ralfrwafl enrn ,.-i sin 5?.rT,. UlSe rwtaah, aiHl still bar aeheTudl &" H?eS.n"1 tel?M ,n month- Sore Throat. 1-ljiples. Copper Colored Spots, Cleeraoa any i-notthstwdr.Ualror Eyebrow, faljhij oat. It la tela Secondary llLOOU POliof b cnarantee to core. We aolieit the most otxti nate case and cnaUcnee tho world tor caanot enre. Taia dlseaas bu ).. oaueattie skill orthomoteminentihTl tlnntt. mKtitnnn MHi..i wiJTrr TV09? lor-Uinarsnt; jti teetkia. A -; muanle SUM MAXEY, Allen S. near 3d, i(01(Ca..om Houe.) VEGETABLES. FBUITS, lOTATOES-T. ONIONS,; ;etc Fmh California frith received every day by express. Everything sold at lowest rates. Good delivered ree to aU oarti'of edtt. AHCTIG ICE CO- A. J. BISSETT,. - PROPRIETOR Ice delivered to any 0fa Pap IR part of the city at W TCI LD Special rates to, families for ice to regular customers. Office and ke boas ; Opposi t post ol fie !3?4MBA1J1 n AFTERWARD. Highest of all in Leavcciuy.Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report :oya &S5ZZ&3 ABSOLUTELY PURE LATEST NEWS Grand Rapids William J. Brynn tonight addressed in this city one of the largest audiences he hna yet tpoken to during the whole campaign. There were three meetings one at Carapau Square, one at Power's opera home where addressed the women of Grand Rapids and the other at Lock erby Hall. Atlanta The Hon.'Tboi. E. Wat ton telegraphed the Journal today: "Myletlerot acceptance was mailed to Mr. Batter eterdy.'' Wateon will be in conference totnorrrow with CbairmanButler and Committeeman -. .r ill 1 Washburn. Columbus, Ui. Policeman Roberts trortally wounded in the tragedy yes terday afternoon jn which James White and two police neu were killed died this morning. Henry White a young son of James White who escaped while bis father was barricaded in his home was cantnrerl tndnv and nerrptlc 0. . . "H; Wardwell, iDuiutcuiivm biiv uuuiity iaii tu pre vent lynching. Xtw Whatcom, Wash. The house of J, F. Miller, a farmer living four mile north of Linden in this county, was destroyed by lira U't night and three children burned to denth. Another child nd man named Frank Boise -were seriously burned. Miller and wife were away from bomo at the time. PuiLASELrau, Pa. Adolphug Cole whoin 1894 operated the Bank of New York, was aaretted here today on a charge of being a fugitive from justice. Cole's bank, which irsi patronized by I Italian! and the poorer class of people failed in -1894. Cole disappeared and it wag found that he had gotten away with between $100,000 and $200,000. Caktox While there were large parties from. New York and Pennsyl vania the most mrpriaing event of the' day was an informal call of the work ing people of Canton. They came by thousand! from 125 factories, large and small, ntrcb employ from twenty five to 200 peoele each, in prosperous times.- They hilled Market street half a mile from the public square to the McKinley home. Two Lives Saved. Mrs. Phoebe Thomas of Junction City 111., was told by her doctors she had con sumption and that there was no hope for her, bot two bottles ot Dr. King s New Discovery cured her, and she sars it saved ber life. Air. inos. h.cers, 130 Florida St., San Francisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, approaching consump tion, tned without result everything else then bought one bottle of Dr. King's New Dtscoverp 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 Si. 00 Free Pills. Send your address to H. E. Bucklen & 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. Tbey are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterioas sub stance and to be purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action, but by giving tone to the stomach and bowels greatly invigorate the system. Regular size 35c. per box. Sold by Tombstone and Babe druggists. No. 1 8 i Baking Powder IIOTF.I. AURlVAk.M i'OCIIISE W. Has let uo, Pretcott. . . SAX JOSE. W. C. Wilson, Chicago, ALACK. J. J. Riggs, raneb, . Fred Lockling, ranch, arlisgton W. B. Hunt, San Krancifoo. E. B. Fatman, El Pmo. Tbos. Clemby, San Francisco. The follswigresolutionwi 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 1897 nd 18q8 the salary of Chief of Police, to be elected at the coming electLn.is hereby fixed at $50 per month, and this shall be full compensation for all services rendered the city by said chief of police. P.B. WAPvNEKROS, I - . . 'J Clerk. FAIRBM DEPARTMENT GEO. G. McGEE, Prop. FaiiianJc, : Arizona, Headquarters for visitors from Tomb stone and surrounding country. Best' of wines liquors and cigars always on hnnd. PAY THE EXCHANGE A VISIT P. A. ! GENERAL MERCHANDISE. A full line of GBOOEKIER, PROVISIONS, -f " CIGARSt ' 'i AND .J TOBACCO. FAIRBASR. AKIZONA-. FairM Bestaurant F-AIKBNk, A. T. HARRINGTON, MRS. 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. W. 0. ABBOTT ASSAYING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES Tombstone,Arizona. Simples by mail or express will receive prompt attention. Office and Resiaence Oterlock House. FLY'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY, Fremo t s rect, opposie Prospector. FAMILY PHCT0GRAHS OUR SFECIALTY Careful attention given to turning o t thi- Finest views and pictures of all sizm in a most artistic manner, superior finish aruLtone. IM7JLC'MrT:jW3E. Taken on short notice. Groups a s a tialty Cabinet, par.el ad standard FAIBfflEIGHAIE f 1 V: f g-'l 3"W"F''f fJTF. - o- - . , -gemqimam