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The Prospector.
OOTOBIK M. l896
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J. . FmiT General Manager.
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Ant Gene-al Maattrer. Train Master.
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LOCAL NOTESi
silver it quoted at 65
Dr. Gaf,
Benson Physician
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Tbtra U a social dance to bt givsn
4'Uoigbt at the Skating Rink. A
7' general invitation is extended.
m m
Train are no rnnning regular and
emails are arriving on time again.
Mitt Edith Stow cant over today
Trent Biabee, and ii the guest of Mri.
C. B. Tsrbell.
The Populist candidate "went cut
te Pearo thl saorniogand will iptak
there tonight.
The Epworth Leaguen met laat
sight (or the firtt tin aii.ee the re
turn of their paitor. Thexeat and
earneitcen of their gatherings augner
well (or the coming-year.
"The Sunday school atPearee is well
under way Mrs. X. A. sJsaiib is auper
'laVteadant and I doing good work, tb
obool bow number orer twenty.
T.X. LoSgrMn.Populiat candidate
'lor the aatembly, did net go -with tbe
enter eaodidate to Fearce today but
iaetead returned home to proaaente
"fbl sinking of an artesian wU.
' Hark Smith will speakr in Ceobiae
"eoaoty'on thefollowiog'aates:' Will.
ori the 2Ctb, Peareelhe 27tb,
Tombstone, the 38th and Biabee about
31at.- Hi will ge from Tombstone
to Nogalee and from there to Biabee.
Tbe Mexican government has
aaeoded It patent law so that an
inrontor is order to keep a patent in
hi peeeeaaloa, has to pay e tax of 95a
foT'therit At years, $75 (or tboaee-
oadreyears and $100 (or tne tbiid
Awarded
Hiflhewt tfeowrs WrM'a-Ftir,
1
BAKING
MOST PERFECT MAD.
AsweCrapeCraaa of Tartar Powder. Pit-
, ABfta er any other sdulbnex
RALLY LAST NIGHT.
Speeek of the Hob. William 0.
O'Neill.
Bueky O'Keill nadi liia apercb laat
night to a crowded home. JTn made
a meat (arorablo tmvra.ioa tbrougli
the (act that he cr.admteJ bli cam
paign in a gentlmanlr mannrr, t-et
once referring totitliaruf bit polit
ical opponents, preferring to rtmkc
the light on merit and worth. Hi
delivery was amouth and taj and be
was accorded atriot atttntiro by hi
oearcra. ne pumuu a nnruao oi aia I
bwwu nuibu Willi niiui uro.tiua;
laota and which waa at follow :
"Since 1SSS the total taxable pro
perty of tbe territory baa declined
from 136,000,000 to $28,000,000. The
publio indebledntea increased (rota
$9.33 per capita in 1S80 to $49.23 in
1890, or more than fire fold. Tbe pri
rate indabtedntat, a exemplified by
mortgager, in the aame period had in
created from 377 mortgagee in (11S0,
repreienting a total indebtedneaa o
$898,750 to 1474 in 1890, repraaanting
a total indebtedoera of $2,348,519, on
which tbe annual inttreet charged was
the enormout turn of $255,933, or
nearly $20 per capita for each Toler
in the territory. The rate of taxation
bad during tbe tame period increased
to euormuutly Ibat in aome aectiona
it amounted to five dollars on each
one hundred dollars enough to deter
tbe coming settler: while capital be
fore investing iotitted on the enact
ment of lawt exempting tbem from
tuch enormout payment of taxea.
"While tbia bad gone on the minera
of the territory bad taken from
nature's treasure vaults a hundred
millions of dollars in gold, silver and
copper, while tbe farmers and stock
men bad produced over fifty millions
of dollars' worth of animal and agri
cultural wealth, making a total of
$150,000,000, or more than five timet
all the wealth existing on tbe assess
ment books of Ariiona.
"Under ordinary conditions enough
of thii wraith "ehould have remained
in tbe territory to have increased tLe
taxable property, but inttead, under
the exitling gold atandard that takea
from tbe toiler to give to tbe money
irancaer ana money lender, tne peo
ple of Arizona wbo bad produced tbe
$150,000,000 of gold, tilver, copper,
cattle, tbeep, wool, barley, etc.. had
received barely enough to keep body
and toul together, cinch lets than
enough to better their condition.
"Tht deeerted ranch on syery road
side, tbe empty building! ot either tide
of grata- grown streets in enamel
house silence, tbe hundreds of men
broken in hope and tpirit that filled
tbe hills of the territory bare witness
of the cost in human Buffering and
dkgradatiou entailed on the toiling
masses by a gold atandard that made
the ownera of gold matters of the
world's brain and muicle.
"The disasters wrought by tbe de
raouatiiatlon ef tilver had been wide
spread, extending (rem the Atlantic to
tbe Pacific; Ariiona had nofBufTered
alone; the evidences had been perhaps
more marked for tbe reaton that for
yeart Arizona had been neglected and
treated as an outcast sister of tbe
union as unworthy of consideration
er recognition. While other territo
rial bad received- appropriation! of
million of dollar (or tbe opening up
of Indian reteryations to ictttemint,
for erecting capital buildings, peni
tentiaries, acbooli, boepitali, assay
oSeee, etc., and "million of aereeof
land (or educational, charitable, irri
gation and other purposes, buiding
home (er disabled miners, orphan
aiylumf, induitrial obools, deaf and
dumb institution!, sobeols of mining,
etc., and admitted to atatebeod, not
one briok had teen placed upon
another or on acre' of land made prr-
dacltve'By-government aid inAriznna..
On the contrary rr Hilary poet af.er
military post bad been abandoned,
and even the protecting ir o( the
nation bed 'keen withdrawn from tbe
borne erf it eitixcne, simply because'
in 'the pail KIT) '( Ari
zona had aougbt to promot the ioflu-
j ence of political t arties raibtr than
the welfare of their own hornet by-tbe
ieetioa oilmen to office whose only
claims-U that lighfwere that (bay
were iBepublieaue or Doneoerats.
While-ttupolitiaani had beenable to
give Arizona seven-governor id a lit
tle over ten yerr,'e.blny to-satisfy
their-own petty ambltion-or spite,
they bad neverbeeh abt to make tbe
condition-of a tingle home more pros
perous or happy."
t In eiosiog Mr.1 OTTeal mada an elo
quent plea (or hi fettew 4tia M act
iM is tow itavM party awtsMr
in the interest of principle, urging
them that as the soh) hope of the
nation today was in tbe auoceaa of tbe
prinoiplea advocated by Bryan, prln
eiplet higher and greater than any
party, so did tbe future prosperity of
Arizona depend on the Inauguration
of a sew day, dittingulahed let by
partisan atrife than by patriotism and
inltv among all elaitei of Arizonans
regardless of party, working ban I in
hand fer the adranoemeat ot the ter
ritory. P. A. Lofgrea was iatro'uced and
in a neat speech of well ohoaen worda
atated he would ii eleeted to tbe
assembly . serve the people with
fidelity.
O. J. HcCabi, Candidate (or aberiff
made a (ew remarke and atated by
election time he would kaow every
nook and eorner in the county and
will have met nearly every voter
possible.
Oeo. Porter, the haedieme editor of
tbe Orb, waa called upon and made a
brief talk atatlng that he thought the
Pop had put their belt (oot (orward
and covered tbe whole ground. The
andience instinctively looked at the
editora feet but be waa not embarreaa
ed and continued saying that if he
was elected t tbe Becorderahip be
would (aitblully perform IU duties.
Judge Beilly, whe waa chairman of
the meeting, then took tbe floor and
made a eharaeleriatie apaech of about
three-quartera of an hour's duration,
earning considerable amusement at
his repetition of ancient history. He
also paid hie respects to Mark Smith,
after which the meetlrg adjourned
FOB OTKB FIFTY VEAU.
An old, well-tried remedy. Mri
Wimlow'a Soothing Syrup baa been
need for over fifty year by million of
mothers tor their children wbile teeth,
ing. with perfect success. It toothet
tbe child, tolteui the gunii, ellayi all
pain, cures wind colic, and it the best
remedy for diarrhoea. It is pleasant
to tbe taste. SoliI by druggiit in
every part of tbe wnrld. Tweuty-five
cents a bottlet Its value ia incalcu
lable. Be aure and ask for Mri. Win
tlow't Soothing Syrup, and -take
no other kind.
SIX MILE HILL.
Prospects of a Bis: Mine Grow
ing Bright.
A letter received from Psarce staUs
that the Six Mile Hill property ia
again being worked and tbua far a 28
foot ledge haa been laid bare by a cross
cut on tbe s'jr.'ace.
An average assay from tbe ledge
hows from $15 to $20 per ton. Tbe
immense ledge it believed to be fully
35 or 40 test wide and the possibilities
of aueb a abowing, ahould it go down,
and there ia every reason to believe it
will, ia at once apparent to every min
ing man.
There is no question but what tbit
district will, and in fact already ii,
proving that some of the biggest min
ing propositions in the west is looatad
here. From tbe Johnion-Fitti mine
oomet most enoeuraging newt and
with each dsyt development tbia earn
ing property becomes more and mere
valuable. The aame ia true ot tbe
tber workinga about thia section
and all demonstrates that witbin the
confines of Cochise county liee im
mense orcbodiei which but awaiU the
attention ef -capital to convert ita
trcasurea into tbe money of tbe realm.
BUCKLIN'S ABNICA SALVE.
Tbe best salve in Jthe world for cuts
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions aod posi
tively cures Piles, or no payment requir
ed it it guaranteed to givepeefect ttis a
faction or money refunded. Prices 50
centt per box. For sale a Tomb ione
Drug Store
1 m 1
The ahipment ef cavalry horeec (or
tbe Mexican government arrived on
Saturday. Out o( the 120 hone four
or five bad died enroate. They rang
ed from 12 to 14 handa in height Thi.
ia the lot brought from Texas by J. W.
Grace A Co. Mex. Herald.
At Mempbis.-Tenneiiee, A.lCWard
the' $300,000 forger and 'embezzler,
who has been out en ball (or several
meiitbs, wai recently again indicted
(or forgery on threw 'additional count,
amounting to $9,000. Thi max 95
indictment! all told. If found guilty
on' all tbe-ccunti. Ward will have to
lerve 1,425 yean in prison.
o 1
The Arizona Copper company o'
Cliftotf teadvertjaiaf that it will f
ceiv bids- uptOvthe 15th day of
October, IBMfor about 600 head of
beef cattle, orae-ansroy'M'required to
make 260,000 pouad tot dressed boat.
Delivoiie to begin about November
lit, 1896, and to bemad as dire led
by tb company and ia number aoi
xoMdiPg thirty-Bra had.
A CAT THAT DlllNKS.
A Confirmed Old Toper
Loves Beer.
That
There is a dog in this city, says the
Phenix Republican, wbo ii an hibit
ual drunkard, but the canine has a
rival ia a cat belonging- to a isloon
keeper.
Tabby was taught to relish a mug of
beer. The saloon keeper poured beer
in imall quantities into a saucer ef
silk and gradually increased the por
tion of beer and decreased the amount
of milk. This was kept up daily uutil
Tabby wa diiukiug bear atraight.
The cat has new developed into a reg
ular old toper and if allowed will drink
beer until unable to walk.
It ia almost a daily occurrence now
to aee tbe cat staggering blindly
around tbe aaloon. When Tabby
thinks It's time for another drink she
acratchea the refrigerator with her
olawi te attract the attention of tbe
bartender, and it that individual re
fuses to give any mora the will sulk
off and will not return until In a ro-
ipectable condition of sobriety.
Tbe other day the cat had a nam w
eicape from finding the grave ready for
11 drunkardi. Tbe bartender opened
tbe refrigerator door and did not ob
serve Tabby sneak in. He closed the
door and did not have occasion to open
it for isveral noun. When be did 10
he recoiled at tbe light ot Tabby
Handing 011 ber four lega and ttarine
with wide opan ejes that did not blink.
She wai taken out aod found to be
almost frozen loud. She could not
move a muzclo and wat to all appear
ancet dead. It took torn time for her
to thaw but ahe waa given all '.he beer
the ojuld tusiibly driak to atone fer
tbe imprisonment to tbe ice box.
Mrs. E. E. Davis, of San Miguel, Cat,
sas: "I am trying in a measure to re
pay the manufacturers of Chamberlan's
Cough Remedy for the creat "ood their
remedy has done me. For ears I was a
constant sun'erer from weak lungs and
bronchial asthma. My rest at night was
aisiumea Dy a hacking cough so that I
felt miserable the greater part of the
time. Many remidieies recommended by
friends ere tried, none of which proved
suitable to my case. I did not exper
ience any beneficial results until I began
taking Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
After two bottles of the larger sue had
been used 1 am pleased to state mv
health is better than it has been for ears.
The soreness has left my lungs and chest
and lean Veathe easily. II has done
me so much good that I want all who aie
suffering from lung troubles, as I was, to
give it a trial." For sale by druggists.
Oil larch IVoticcss.
Slethodmt Chttceh.
Sunday School at 10 o'clock a m.
Junior Epworth League, 3:30 p, m.
Preaching in evening at 7:15, the
subject being "The Godot Nation c"
A cordial invitation ia extended to
all. D. Roberts,
Paitor.
FOR SALE.
A group of Copper Claims
partly developed. Ore black
and oxide from the grass root;
ore found in all working's;
plenty in sight and just the
proposition for a company
Good roads, wood, water and
timber plentiful, claims eight
miles from railroad, Address
Prospector, office, Tomb
stone m m i
Last August while working in tbe bar
vest field I became overheated, was sud
denly attacked with cramps and was
nearly dead. Mr. Cummings, tbe drug
gist, gave me a dose of Chamberlain'
Colic, Cholera aod Diarrhoea Remedy
which completely relieved me. I now
keep a bottle of the remedy handy. A.
M. Bunnell, Centerville, Wash. For
tale by Druggists.
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Election Prod amalion
Ofuce o Tiik Mayok tt TiiF Cm Oh
TcMIlSTONE. ARUONA IkkkjrOBi.
To VVbom It Ma Concern. Greeting
Whereas, Under an act of the legislative
Assembly of the Territory of Anion, entitled
"Llections," approved Mirch 8ih. . D, 1887.
and mcoinplian e with Section 4, Article I of
the City Charter, a general municipal election 1$
to be heli on the 3rd day of .N'oembe' for the
purpose of electing city officers.
Now, therefore, I, Paul B Warnrkros, Mayer
01 tke City of 1 orabston , in pursuance of the
duty imposed upon me by a resolution duly
parsed and entred upon the minute of the
Common Councl of &-ud city, do hereby order
a general munic pal election to tv held on the
Tuesday afier the first Monday in Nuvenibe ,
A T. 1896, and designate tie othew to t
filled as follows, to wit;
x Maor.
2 Councilman frcm f irM Ward
3 Councilman from J-eccnd Ward,
4 Comnciliiian from Third ard.
5 Cojneilman from fourth Uarl.
6 Chief of I'olice, h 1 -Off no City Assessor.
City Tax Collector, City License lax Col
lector, Health Officer. Pound Master and
Street Commissioiier.
The following plices are designated as poll
inp placet,
Hrst Vard Adobe house on'3d.sireet be
tce Allen and Toughnut strctts.
inspector Mike Vvelcii,
Judges Thos. Tunny and Dan Carter.
Polling Clerks )ohn C. Lili and I. 'Iraey
Ballot ClerL J. fclkias.
Second Ward -City Hall
A. Ashman Injpctur.
ludjes K K. FUnian and I. Mcliuh
Polling Clrrics Robt Martin and T. Loudon
iiaiiot t-ierk Frank Jingle
Third Ward Oriental Corner.
Inspecetor Jos. Lippert.
Judges F. Payla and J.xl Neisende
Po.ling Clerks F. ChuerandJ. W. Reany.
Ballo Clerk Thos Cowan.
Foutth Ward Protection Hose House.
Inspector W. Hobla
ludges Wra Corbett and H. SaUnvan.
Polling Cle-ks Dae Welsh and A Garrett
Ballot Clerk Mike Welsh.
In witness whereof 1 have hereunto set rnv
hand, and caused tbe seal of the City of Tomb
stone to be affixed thereto Dene at the City
Hall m the Citv of Tombstone this
se.l1 the 7th day of October, 1896
P. a WAKEKROS,
Mavor
D, K, Wakduell, CWk, 0-I4
ROLL OF HONOR.
Names of Those Giving to Aid
ia the Cause of Silver-
The following it a list of contribut
ing members of the Tombstone Bime
tallic League. The roll of honor will
be published occasionally and addi
tional lia-nes added as fast as any
donations are made:
A. Wentworth, Mrr. Jo.iah Kirlew
C. S. ClarV A. P. Walsh
F. N. Wolcotl M. J. Brown
A. L. Grow Pkosfector
Jce Mcl'heraon Chat Bacigalupi
San n al Barrow Geo. H. Fittt
M. I). Scribner Ed. Tarbell
B. A. Packard Wm. Garrett
Dr. H. S. Gordon. Win. Kirlew
Henry Dunker O. L. Cummings
John McCarty Thos. Lonry
Ben Cook Col. R.S.nafford
A. H. Emanuel John Etcapule
H. J. Gray Geo. Thompson
W. F. Bradley R. E. Jackson
Scott White Jotiah Kirlew
Chas. Langpaap Martin Coitello
Thomas Tunney Lou's Duval
E. W. Perkini J. B. Miano
Pete Bute W. O. Abbott
Frank Engle J. S. Trowbridge
F. E. Cadwell A. L. Brookt
J, A. Kotka P.B. Warnekro
J. X. McDonough Sam Cowan
M. Doyle
Jos Hoefier
Chad. Hancock
Hale McCormick
Wm. Pearca
C.H.Uaasetl
Gut Barron
C.B. Tarbell
Geo W. Swain
J. J. Patton
H.Troppman
Chat. Wiser
James Clark
a. Ashman
Alex Mclntyre
John Hanley
George Eaffertj
Fred Carlevato
K. Nobile
J. Perlinda
Jas. F. Duncan
Erail 8ydow
Jar. York
Allen R. English
E. H. Storn
Pete Hook
Ham pa ton.
Quinn
WANT
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1iiuuiiii.rr.
SEE?
JOSEPH
CORNER FIFTH AND
PIONEER
DEALER IN
General Merchandise.
Miners
and
Rancher's
Supplies,
STAPLE AND
Improved
Agricultual
Implements,
WM Mm
IKT
-Everything In.Our Line
Sold at Prices That
PIONEER
STOKE
JOS.
HOEFLER
f
FREMONT STREETS.
- STORE.
Tenls
and
Wagon
Covers.
FANCY
Windmills
Wagons
Pumps
FOB FAMILY TRADE-
v
is Fiist Class Good
s and
Def$Corn petition.
HOEFLER
.IMtTMUM
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