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zss&mmsBB?? pii &L " "wuui .i iw 1 1 itfiiinjuni "S;, -, 77P7-S: s V "jiSBSe3H3H3E5SSESaSaS3SHSESH3R. J THE - EPITAPH n Semi-Weekly Tombstok Ehtafu. u unit give all the nesand uillbeseni in to an address for the - epm'apb & nrnhGtittu' nj Wednesdajs and Sundays, contains all fl the news of lbs we 'k as it appears in L the DvilyJPkospctok. Li 7ir ..4. -? rail. ik- .1... a: -a JL 111 L'U XTXUI111IM H.JI- 3-i- h SH5ESSSHSH5HSE52SE5ESESE52 XS XIT X O tf 7 VOL XV TOMBSTONE. COCHISE COUNTY. ARIZONA. SUNDAY, JULY 23, 189'). NO 87. xoiftipb. z M t. . ' SfO TOMBSTONE PROSPECTOR! City and County Official Paper PUKLISHE"KVETtY"EVEXlXG (Ezueit Sunday) S. C. BAGG. E.lilor and Proprietor. OFFICE: rremant St.. Oppcsito City Hall. Esttrcd la the Ttaib.lon roiofflwu ftsccnj ' lliM etttcr. OFFICIAL DIUECrOItY. Mayer LhK-fof Po'lce. Geo. Fius Hs'h 1-ugh. v Coancilmen: First Ward r Fred Fuss cond Ward - - Win Rartholon-ew rhird Ward - C I! Tarbell Fourth Ward - - John Prmdervil: cCDSTt officers: Shttll - - Scott While Tr:s:rcr - - It. I) N:nhner Recorder - - - - A. Wertsonh District Auoirey - - Wm C. SiaeMe Prolate Judge - - W. D Monmonier Clerk District Court - A. JI. Emrnuel Surveyor - II. O. lloe Assessor - - I J -I'a'ton Court Commissioner - - - G. w. t-am K1.1S SOIOMOI lOCCE 113. 5. F. & A. M. ft MEETS THE THIRD SATUK. tf day in eh month at Masonic Hall. jCC AUVisit-n? Brothers in good standing ' r are Invited to attend. Speaal meet injs hen the flag is hoisted oa the HalL A. U GKOW..W. M. W. C Rkad, Sec. - PROFESSIONAL CARDS. rntii c. kiiiii Assay ad Metallukgicai. Labokatokt. OFFICE No. 310 Fremont Meet, opposiei City Hall. J. F. Il ."C.. JUSTICE OF THE rE.VCE. ' LLEV Street Cl-posi'e O K. Corral. Tomb .A stone Aniona. CTCoIlect.ons Made. tii-.Kiii.i; a iir.ititt.su, Attokneys and Couxselloxs at Lav.-. OFFICE Tongbnut Street, between Third and Fourth. ISelo the Court House. CM. 4'l.tlili. Attorney ano Counsellou at Law. , FFICE Fourth Street. between Al'en and U Touhnnt stre-ts. Tombstone. WJl prac ce in all the courts o the Territory. At XTIN 13. V tCllillT. 31. . PllTSICIAS AND SCRCEON-. Tucson. ..... Akizon'a. I'. It. CltM', -ROTARY PUBLIC FOltT HtfACHUCA, AEIZT5A. ".-ZZYZC?!? AllSCJ z-T&P "- .-nB,-! AZliAZif iijOrLM v&i'A f IftronUedwIth (oiiorrl.orjf P&Z 7 Gleet. V hltes.SrHrrmatorrhcEi.V'ra or anr uncAturl diicLaur- ia frocr drvczitt for a Lotils cf t&pMz ti. It cirss is a UvrCzxt lawimoutuiPtidcrryQiiicitx oia i&T3cTirartTd not to ft-ietare. L'anmai Jinena uvre. JltnuI-cturM tr .Ths E?is accical Co.E 11SATI. Bank of Tombstone Capital - - 8100,000. Geo. Bassot President Geo II Caxszi. - Mce President R. W. Wood Cashier Will Transact a General Banking Business, Ecaaa?e. Reorlre lVposit-i. Colleetlons mtde XrOR RENTHOUSE OF SIX ROOMS 1 Opposite Mark mlth's rrs-deace en Brace Street, formerly oocuieJ by - O. Walsh and family. Sro per montn. Also one house or three rooms adjoining the above $ per month. This is the most desirable part of town Ap-jy at this othce. THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER. Most Perfect; Made, EASILY LEAEXED l IjJEST MANIFOI.DER! SOLD OX IXSTALLXEXTS.- Sixd tob eariLoora ijbtiui Ercu. ux TTTZTrtrraa parxHi; J. Mr ORMbbY, Territorial Agent. Tacson Arjinnt. Choice branas of tuttr and o'jea tHoe3er the pioneer grooer, on Fra ' aMtMfdFUtbitreeU. Agency of the celebrated Improved White Sewing Machines on Install seat pianand forch, at P. B. Waktexxos' TSsV flc t- iK.-n ri . .-..- K-53"I Sl CINCINNATI, O. J$3 Don't Tom Know ' that you can secure al most immediate relief from Indigestion, and that uncomfortable full ness after meal, by sim ply taking a dose o'f Sim mons Liver Regulator? Some people think that because it is called Liver Regulator it has nothing to do with Indigestion and the like. It i3 the inaction of the Liver that causes Indigestion, and that fullness; also -Constipation, and those Bil ious Headaches. Millions have been made to under stand this and have been cured from these troubles by Simmons Liver Regu lator a medicine unfail ing and purely vegetable. From IT.M. IS. Wharton, lUltlmore.Md -It aMords me plr-asure to add my testi mony to the crtat !rtu(4 of Simmons Liver Ke;ulalor. I hae had experience vrltli it. a-t occasion demanded, for manv years, and rcrard It as the irre test med! cine of the times. ro good a msdicl&f descrs es universal commendation. 2ii:itciiMji:. Pioneer Store Cor. dth'and Frrmont Sts. JOS, HOEPLBR, Prop. DEAI EK IN- ACENT FOE IUPKOVED. Agricultural Implements and. the Celebrated Tuibine "Wind-Mills. Miners and Bancliers TENTS, WAGON COVERS, BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP tS" Fresh Gardeu Flower and Held Secus Constantly on Hand. ST. LOUIS EEEi Foi Ico-Cold Beer on Draught THE ST LOUIS BEER HALL A2CHKUSER BUSC1I BETWISO ASSO- OIATIOK, OF ST. LOUIS MISSOURI. Wholesale and Retail. Apply to MAETIN COSTSLLO. J. V. VICKERS FREMONT ST REAL ESTATE, MINES. MONEY AND INSURANCE REAL. ESTATE EcuRht, SoM and Rented. MINES Bosf-ht, Sold, and Managed. MONEY Lois N'et-otiated, and InTrs'rcrct made, INSURANCE Fire. Accident and Ufc Ecs Companies, Loveat Rates., PaOHn ATTST)a GlTCi TJ COUXCTITN The cry ol tlie wett for frco coinaee of eiher is growing louder day by day. l'lie time is not far distant when it will reach euch magnitude that tome attention will bo paid to u. . W'e btatttd otriiLc tho woman who rant (tl to stop llio car she ewunp her parasol igoiously, but to no purpose; 11 small boy whistled hut it had no ef fect. A dog began to bark at tho boy, 1 man or tno jelled and the ticket puncher stopped hi car. The old lady got aboard and was temporarily happy. This is tho t ay with the sil ver limitation. We must get out and utter n concentrated jell once in a while to attract tho attention of the east if ne wish to ride Oneortno men cannot do it. It needs concen tration of thought and energy and singleness of aim to accomplish any purpose. When no branch oQ onto other plans of helping eiher no arc losing just so much ground. We hare argued and fought for free coin age aad a change of base at tl.is time is a sign of weakness and will be tak en advantage 'of by our enemies. It is free coinage or nothing. Thoso who prefer tho Ultr hate probably had it all their liven and will continue to bare it. The present depression in eihtr mining will turn the attention of our people more to tho agricultural possi bilities of cur country and will result in bringing much of our dormant fer tile soil under cultivation. It was not until twenty years after t,ohi w.i discovered in California that the people awakened to the reality that there was more wealth in the soil of tho golden state than there was in her mine A few of the more natur ally endowed sections of our tcnitory have felt tho elleci of this discovery on tho part of tho people who learned this fact, and other sections, although a little late, will soon fall in line. The west is inhabited by 11 qui-or people Most of us came here to make a stake and cct out as soon n wo had accomplished the object of our mis sion. We are still hero and have onlv succeeded in paving tho way for those who will come after us and take ad vaninjo of the very Eource of wcahh that did not appear to us worthy of our consideration. Xo pill o- nauseating potion, but a pleasant tcnic and loxative is Sim mons Liver Regulator. 1" 8t- 1 ST. MATTHEWS kSGHOOL FOR BOYS J SAN KATEO. CALIFORNIA. FOCXDED VI 12. A Brt!M wrbol for boy of from 9 tolimrtof ce.tlioroucLIjCttlDittheiii fir lb lt vuUeses frbJ uulriu, or , f or taIn2. This c!iool offer tb ftdTnUc f 4 hUhful location. Brit-clan tearbfr. itwrwuh training and ftMooua rare of th b-altb( manner ami titoral f til Ita pupils Kef 1 rnra required in all c. Sni f rental enft. r.rr.ALItl LEE liKLWEB. D.D, BXCTOft. , ir - 1 - I UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA. Sd Year heghu Sept. 27, 1893. rr'JIE Catalogue annoancrsitnporLintchnsfs vide for eery possiUe need of any Ariioia student of other sex. TUITION FREE. We hare an abl- corps of instructors. Our equipment is complete and cxceLent in all departments. ACCOMMODATION'S COMFORTABLE, Courses are effr red in many subjects, Profcs- WUU, I ClilMUl, IICJdIJf wcuikM. duu in Art and iitwiness. Wnte for Catalogue to DR. TKEO. B. COKSTOCK, Frcsident of Faculty, Tucson Ariz Notice to Creditors- Pnblic notice is hereby given by the ander stzned administrator of the estate of ChnstiaTi Christiansen, decaed. to all cred tors of and all perso-isha.in; claims agnnsr the said es tate, to present Urf saine duly iried ui.h tlie recessary voachTS to me at the effice of James V. Uancan, jatice of the peace, AEcn stre-t. Tombstone, Cochise countr Araona, within four months aftei th first pubHcatii-i ff tliis notice. CIIAHI.E.N A. (SACTIKN-t, Administrator of the estas- of Chrulian Christiansen, deceased. Dated July II 1S93. m HEWS JY. WIRE. Great nuiiber of Jleiieau parrots aro being imported through Laredo for sale at tho Woill'n Fair. Ono thousand ticgro men were put on the cars nt Birmingham lat night ami started for Ktnsas to take the place of the striking miners. Several attachment wero is-ucd list evenins against Denver business houe, the principal ones being the Roberts Hardware coiiipany mid the Livermoro Wayne Ltin.ber Co. The Kansas l!i-metaHic conveniion convinid at Topeka vesterday after noon in representative hall with ftv- cral hundred delegates in attendance. There will be no more bank failures in Denvor. The panic wore itself out yesterday with the failure of the Peo pIV", German and State National bauk. This morning when the First, Colorado. Denver, City and American opened their doors there was hardly a -ioztn customer in all of them at the paying tellers' windows. Information has been received from i'ekin to the eir ct 111 it China has taken mtasurts to support Siam against the Trench, Hiam has for many vears paid tribute to China, but only as a matter of usage or conven-icnci-, end it is now- npptrent tint China is determined to assist the Siaincc against the French encroach ments upon their territory. A conservative estimate of the men discharged by railways, mine, busi ness liou-ea and factories sinco the silver panic started places the number at from 12,000 to 15,rXK. It is also Cstim iteil that Color.ulo, Utah, Mon tana and Xeiv Mexico merchants have countermanded orders on Ne York whoh't.-ile houcs for g-ods dur ing this timo amounting to over .U2.C00. The Santa Ye inanagetncnt hr-s just unearthed cxtcn-ivc frauds on that division cf the road included be tween Topcka and Chicago, The fraud', it is said, have rtstiltc! ma loss to tho road of $17,00) a month. Tho conspiracy i far reaching in its ramifications and include, it is said, various oflicial', from assistants to the division superintendent', down to the section bosses. Tlic l.iidiea. The pleasant effect and perfect safety with which ladies may u3 tin California liquid laxative Syrup ol Figs, under all conditions, makes it their favorite remedy. To get the true and gen-iine article, look fcr the name of the Coliforniv Fig Sjrun Co , printed near the bottom of the pack se. Ti:r t-rosij' sof the face are never alike. A t.cnm-i b:olo-rit .njv ; that t r c'- -.. .,. I lice with two per sonj. oct of liv e; one cj t- is t,truner than t'i- ether in wen out of ten, and the rij'ht ear is g-i n-r-ill higher than theUa. "Jly little.boy was very bad ofTlor two months with diarrhoea. Wo used various medicines, a'so called in two doctors, but nothing done him any good until we used Ciiamlerlain' Colic, Cholera and Diarrhrri Remedy, which gave iininediite relief and soon rured him. I consider it the bes' medicine made, and can conscientiou lv recommend it to aH who need a diarrlnea or colic medicine. J. E. Harr, Trenton, Tf x," 2." and 50 cent bot tles for sale by drtiggits. SHOPPING &UCGESTIONS. Aa the best mattings are now made tcamless, not joined at every yard or so, so that they pull apart at this weak point. A wise shopper avoids the gaudy, elaborate pavtems in the new mat tings, but rather selects a simple pat tern of two or three colors, or a mat ting in plain white, but af the very best -juality. The heaviest Oriental rugs and the Philadelphia rugs are so thick that a Might fiarne which raav touch them is easily smothered. Such woolen rugs are the only proper ones to put in front of a fire. Ir there were no other objection to the fashionable. cotton rag, Its extreme inflammability would bo one. In con nection with the hardwood floor, pol ished with turpentine and becivv ax, it presents a veritable tinder-box. PEOPLE AND EVENTS. It cost the German emperor SSO.OOO to make the trip from Home to Naples, go up the mountain and get back again to Itome. Since Mr. V. V. Astor settled down in London he has grown rather par ticular about being-called Mr. Waldorf Astor, vv ith a hyphen. Coi Jonv S. Mosuv. the famous c confederate, is practicing law in San Francisco. He is nearly sityj ears old, but stands straight as an arrow, and is full of v igor. Mns. l'-iocTor., widow of the late Richard A. 1'nx.tor, the famous astronomer, and the principal assist ant in his professional work, has been appointed curator of the J'roctor ob servatory at San Diego, Cal. I'l'UVAUD Kir-u-to'H father. J. L. Kipling, best know u in Kngland as the author of "Man and lteast in India," has definitely resigned his appoint ment at I.ahoe. lie has been in in different health for some time past, and will probably take up his resi dence permanently in Ungland. WITH THE ELECTRICIANS. Ou:o has a law- to compel electric roads to protect the motorman vv ith a screen from November t to April 1 of each year. , It is said that the Edison Electric Light company of 1'hilacklphia pro poses to spend Jo.C00.000 in laying1 con dvjts and underground conductors. Cvpiti.Ists are liguring on connect ing Pittsburgh and Cleveland by an electric railroad-vvcr country roads in an almost air-line and twenty miles shorter than the most direct steam road. The electrical weeklies are just now- teeming with illustrations of elec tric effects at the world's fair. Accord ing to these, the old nursery stories of fairyland arc actuallj- eclipsed by the realities of tonlay. The te!thone company of New Haven, Conn., has a railroad bicycle so arranged that two men can place the bicvele on the railroad track and quickly reach any point on the line where their services are needed. .oitoVF.it rini n.j:ai-. An old well-tried remedy. Mrs Vt'inelow'n Soothing Syrup has been ustd for over fifty jears by millions of mothers for their children vhile teeth-, in-r, with perfect success. It footlic-i the child, softens the gums, allajs xli pain, cures wind colic, and is tho hot remedy for Diarrhoea. It is pleasant to tho taste. SoM by Draggistd in every part of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Its value is indvlcu lable. Ee sure an I a.- k for Mrs. Win slow'u Soothing Syrup, and take no other kind Mr. ' -.-. c- Kino. th wi-11-' own An r i ;.- .lo-fist and epi' rer. con clus t jt th'- earth's n-m pr ibably ito- r -I v-NceC'i -i.'jww J veais m nt fat tree tiiacteof the physicists I'pproxliaately coirect, while that of t'u vid -i ts is "va-ruelV vast." M-intii"e American. Take Simmons Liver Kegulator to remove the bile, clear the head and cstore digestion. 17 OIiiti'cIi. Notices 31. I. Chtircli, Itev-.F. W. Downs, pastor. Sunday school at 12 :15 p. m. Service at 7:30 p. m. No morning service. In the evening thero will be a special discourse on "Is Man Mortal or Immortal, or Both?" "Do wo sur vive Death?" After the sermon the palor will hold the Fourth Quarterly Conference, at which all members are re (pice led to be present. The question of adjourning service for a few weeks will l considered by the quarterly conference.-' All are invited to attend. I'resbi. terhiH Chtircli. R.-V. C. U Nugent, pastor. Services at 8 p. m. Sunday School at 'J: 15 a. m. . All sro cordially invited. Highest of all in Lcavcnir. Po j&& wmBm Speaks tnroiirh the Eoothbay (lie.) KtsU'tr. of the liene flchl resul's he lias recelv ed frcm a regular rse of Ayer- I iIN. Ilesays: -I was feeling si k an I tired and :ry stomach seemed all out vi 'tnler. 1 tried a number cf remedies, but none setnu I in plre me relief until I v..is in liice-l to tr) the old relia- , ble Aser-i 1'ills. I h-V3 tLken only one box. but I feel hie a new rnaa. I think they are the n-05t pleasant ami eapyto takoo? an thins I ever used, bi-j-; so fiilj sugar coated that even a child will take tktra. I ttrse upon all who are la need of a laxative to try Aer-g rilli. lhe- will t'o --ood." I'or all dUeasea of the Stomach, Liter, and llotvel4, take AYEiR5S PILLS rrepared by Dr. J. C. A yer & Co., Lowtll, Mut. Every Dose Effective S-t-Iiool of Needlework. Mrs". Chas. Langpaap desires to in-, form the public that she will take pupils for instruction in plain sewing, Roman and cross stitcli cmi.iC:-!-ry, crocheting, knit'ting and tatting at her home on 8th street between Sal ford and Bruce, on Mondays and Fridajs from 1 to 4 p. m. Terms only 2oc per week. Private lessons also given. C-2C-lm I'or tin S.atlli-s. Mrs. Gallon has just opened a select stock of new and fashionable millin ery. Hats of all shapes and colors with a choice assortment of trim ming", all at tho lowest cash prices 'ever dreamed of in Arizona. Mrs. Gallen also wishes the public to un derstand that she has again opened her diC3S making parlors and is pre pared to execute all work in that lino in a satisfactory manner. 8-10 Clioice line of cigars at Wolcott'?. Try "Pride of Livermoro" Sanlerne Pert and Sherry Wine Prizo medals at Paris Exposition. For sale at Jos. Hoefier's. When j u go to Turquois, put up your team at the Turquois Corra Plenty of pure water choice hay and barley. G. Narj:xi. Important Xotice. Persons about leaving Tombstone for business or pleasure and desiring their property, real and personal, Eavcd from injury and Ios, would do well to see Charles Granville Johnston ollico on Fremont'strcct, who is now prepared to contract for the fame and and to ecll or let houses, furnished or unfurnished, prepare leases, make terms aud collect rents and to do any kind of law business. Chaples Granville Johnston-, Attorney at law and notary public. Hand-Mime line of Ladies' and Child rcn'r", Men's and Boy's Shoes, Boots and Slippers, at eastern pricee. Call and xamine. P. It. Warneekos. Shot Guns. Hunting Coats. Hunting Knives. Chrap at Wolcott'si METAL MARKET. New York Silver was quoted today 70; Copper at $10.20; and Lead t - vcr. Ls.l-.bt U. S. Gov't licooni k WCSSm ife-rfE WT& ft ABSOLUTELY PURE A J -v-S'jfcHF- -?'- '..- .