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5?.XT i Till;: iL'itvx'ii TIIlS JCJL'ITA I'll ? ii K r . Ink. VWt.kU 1ouni Lfitath ana Akizona KlckhK ill give all the Auk aul iU L -nt loao) ad dress ar Three Muntlis lor 51 VOL. XII DAILY PROSPECTOR. City ami County Oilicial Pa.M'r PUBLISHED KVEiiY KVENI.NU (.F.XCHT Sf.MlAY) BY Wm. llattich Ed'tor anl Proprietor. rrciiiuiit St. )Mlto Cil Hull The ProspeCtok i!1 not hold ilrff mpon slble for any of lie a'tnl'i or tentiAerrtJ ex preyed by any o'Jlt correspondents. Entered in the Tombstone Postofh e as Secstd CUsi matter PROFESSIONAL OARDS. I AMES RtlLLY, ATTOKNE AND Counse'orat L Land and Mining cases a specialti Tombstone. Arizona w aLCSTAfULF. ATTORN'tY AT La and Notary Tubhc. Tombstone Aiuona. "G EO V. SWAIN", ATTONEY AT Li. Will prictice in all coj-ts of t c Temtor, Tombstone Aniona S. CLARK. ATIONT.Y AND COU.N". j seloratLaH. OrSa; on Fourth Mreet. ' beteel Allen and Tou.hnut, Tomb- WCI p'actice in all the courts of the or). c.1 Ia.RUGRVS'VI!.LEJOliNTON. Attorne and Counseuo- at i.a i v. iii.s nil Fremont street bet alh and 5th streets A member o the Bar 01 WbAlT . . - - - -- the Supreme Court ot the lemtoi. ana iu practice in any of the courts therein. i WKNTH WORTH COUNTY RE- IX corder and Abstract Office Abslnos of t tie to real esuie and mines furn ished promptly and acuratel). Compkle trln scripts. Orhce in Court House. Tombstone. E. ALVORU JUSTICE OF THE Peace. Office on Allen St bet 31 & ath Tombstone I. KOKA. UsTlCfc Or THF PEACE k Orllce on 4th st beL Toughnut, lombston-. Allen and HS. GORDON". M. D. PHYSICIAN" AND Surgeon Orhce adjoining his residence ' on 4th it-cet. Call attended at aJ hours day and mgtt. FC. EAKIE. ASAtR AND META lugical laboratory Office No 319. ' iremont St. oppos te City HalL THE ORDERS. F & A M. KINO SOLOMON" LODGE NO. 5 Meets third Saturday m e-ich month. Vkiukc brothers ordially invited to af end. I II McPHERsON". W.M.. A L GROW secretary R. A M. ,.or.HI.EC!UPTER N"Q 4 MEETS I . ,hirrf Weines&i, in each month. IS " ltine Companions cordially invited to at tend. TOM I.OWRY. H. P. A. WESTWORTH Secretary. P. O. S. OF A. WASHINGTON" CAMP NO 1 MEETS 1st Friday even ng in each month. V i iune Comrades cordiall) lnvifd. 1 W. CLRK. President. A. i.. GROW. Secretary. A. O. U. W TOMUsTONE LODGE NO 3 A. O U. W meet 1st and 3rd Thursday in each month. Visiting brothers cordially in- Tried. ROM" BESTM. W. MOXMONIErt Recorder. W. D. K- OF P ARIZONA LODGE KNIGHTS OF; Pythias No 4. meets every 1st ad 3rd Monday's in eacn month. V smug brothers ccrually ranted. A. H. P.MANUhU C. C. W. D. MOXMONIER, K. ofN. PROTECTION HOsE COMPANY NO 3, meru rirsthnnday in each month at their hose houe n the corner of Seventh and Fremont streets, opposite the school house. WM. GARRETT, Foreman. TOM MITII Secretary R ESCUE HO-.E COMPANY MEETS First Sunday ir. each month at City Ha'l t?,n,-nt ctrrl- I. V VICKERS. W ENTWORTH. Secty President J, N. McDONOUGH. Foreman. ENGINE COMPANY NO i. MEEIS ist Mindav mnh month at hef "- on thecomT4l t-uonmit and 5tnstrtct. JOSEPH LIPPERT J-orenn HENRY DU.NKEK. secretaiy. Warned An agent in every section to can vass $4 to $5 a d-y mtde; sells at sight; also a man to sell staple goods to dealers best side line, $75 a rroMb. Salary or lare commission made; experience unnecessary For sealed particulars send sump CUftan Soap & Manufa '-e Company, Cincinnati, Olao. 'ilic H m ! WATCD WORKS. F. CALVES, Prop. "romp: Service. Water per barrel, 25MS Per bucket, 5 cis. Soecial Rates to Families Leave orders with wagon. iiIbI I A UNUN a IAIIi f- frP SAMUEL M.BARROW SAMUEL M. BARROW mttb&ffliir TOMBSTONE, COCHISE COUNTY ARIZONA SUNDAY. MU1NO.A.Y KD1TION IOI.ITICAL. THE HEMOCKA TIC TICKET Eur Council U. A. PACKARD. Ear AtxmUu . J. M. MEHIULL. J. '. JONES. J.J. IUGGS. for Sheriff SC01 V WII ITE For Trtaiurrr. . . A. WENTWQKTH. EorlUcordrr M. J.UROWX. Dittrict Attorney A.K. KSCJLISH. For Probate Judge. . . .S. A. D.UPTOX. For Supervisor J. McPHEKSOX. L.SHATTUCK For Surveyor Lelt Vacant- The Democratic party ol Cochise county, Arizona, in contention assem bled, hereby reaffirm our belief in and allegianct to the time honored principles of Democracy, and do unqualifiedly en dorse the Democratic National Platform adopted in Chicago, and Democratic territorial pUtform as adopted ot Wil liams, and the national and territorial ticket, and ue congratulate the people that alter the most strenuous attempts to subert tho'e tradittcns and pnr.ci p!e, b thoe high in poner and in the interests ol the money lenders 01 E.U rope, the Democratic party has risen in its might and cast out such traitors and has forced them into the party ot iilutoc racy, corporations, and assassins of labor beaded by MaiK ilanni and his gang, where they proper!) belong, and v.here they are receiving the hearty support and co-operation of eery monoply and corruptions! in our country. We congratulate ourselves and the whole peoole that esery industrial soci ety and all parties hich sincerely be lieve in our government returning to the money of our fathers and the consti tution, are witli us today in this might) struggle for the emancipation of sixt) millions of white sUves from the cor rupting tnfljences of go'd monometal lism, and that there is every -eason to believe from the signs of the tunes, that the machinery of this government wilt again soon be placed in the hinds of the people. We believe- the free and unlimi ted coinage of si.vens the paramount and overshadoing principle of the present campaign, and that no prson should be elevated to office or poiitior of power who does not believe in such free coinage by our own government, without waiting for the consent or a-- sistance of other nations for we charne that it was the corrupting influence' in Europe whichforced upon its people gold monometallism and lherby reduc ed the wage earners to serfdom; and the same people who wrought such havoc there, are attempting to do the same thing here, and to our soirow, they have partally succeeded; thereby reducing tht majorty of our own people to finan cial slavery, and impoverishing every producer ol wealth in the United states. 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 the whole world; and those responsible for it are traitors to freedom and Republican institutions, and tho,e who would now seek to maint-iin the present miserable condition of our own people by the maintenance of the pres ent gold standard when the present op portunity is offe'ed in an expansion of currency for the al'eviation of the suffer ings ol humanity, are parties to tha' great crime, in sympathy with the influ ence which seeks to establish on the ntins of our government a plutocracy; 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 silvei man who endorses every sentiment o! this platform, and we ask the endorse ment of their candidates by the peorle an4 we jledgevto the people a more economical administration of tem'nriit pq county affairs than has characterized our government for the past two v--r and that no more revenue shall be ra - by taxation ,nan is requ'reil for th maintainanre of our county government economically administered, and that iln ryenue raised shall not be diverted for and other purpose than the strict admin istratinn n' county government. In ak inj the corOpertion of the people, we pledge an efficient, honest and economi cal administration. W. 0: 'ABBOTT ASSAYING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES TombNtone.Arizona. Samples by mail or express will receive prompt attention. 0fic4 and JUiidence'Overloch iotwe. m.Vttmr tommm -t M, gpttaw). OCTOBER 2.") 189G. l-OI ITICAU THE lit.l'L 1SLU AX TICKET For Council . . For Attembly ....V. P. LONG. J.W.FAKRINGTOX M. J.CASTAXADA. WM. SPEED. For Sheriff F. K. CADWELI.. For Treasurer C. I .CUMMIXGS. For Ueconler .... E. V. PERKINS. For Isolate Judge. . W.F.URADLEY. Dittrict Attorney G. W. BWAIN. For Superritor .. .T.C. AMSDEX. JOHN -MONTGOMERY For Suneyor WJC.TYLER. Tombtose, Ariz , Oct. 8tb, la9G. Mr. Chairman: We, your commit tee, respectfully submit the following resolution for tbeconeideralion ol the convention: Reaohed, That we most tieartih endorse the principles of the Republi can pty as enunciated by those great leaders Lincoln, Seward and Chase and that we pledge ourselve" to maintain and support the doctrine" of the pari) a tet iorth by them. And we especinlly call the attention of tli people ol the land to the advice given to the nation iu bis farewell ad dren by that patriot, soldifr and statesman, George Washington, as it is ol particular significance at this time, and there are tho words: "lie ware of foreign inHtixnce, as the most baneful foe of a Republican govern ment." We therefore condemn, and reject s un-American and unworthy of acceptance, any suggestion nt tub milling an v thing appertaining to Aiueiican affairs to a foreign coufer ft.cr, believing that vve are fully ubie to dtfend our country and iitect iiir elvtv. v e apptnve of a Urllf that will eiv American Kl or a ju,l return, ami furnirli a re.'emie that will main'mii our gnvirnitient, and al-o provide h 'inking fund for th redemption of tir national itidrh'f dnrs. Wh a.iprove of a law of reciprocity 'ha will add to cur commerce and (urniili a market for our surplti' pro duct. We init that Arizona he given the rights of statehood, and we demand tnis as aright and net as a favor. We demand a rmtriclion of immi gration under proper law?, and that mcru care should be observed in ad mitting people to our shore, and that none should be given the rights of citizenship until they are tilted to ex ercise the tamo in an intelligent man ner. We ore oppose 1 to the appropri ation of any of tho public funds for sectarian purports, and we claim that every expenditure ol public m ineys should be for public purposes only. We pledge ourselves to nominate only honest, intelligent and capaole men fur the various ofccs 10 be voted for, and when so nom'naled, if possi ble, to 1 1 ct th,m. ? I'LOK E.V l'KTV PLATFORM r Prrsi lent V J- BRYW. of Nebraska. r Vtor? . ril-nt. 7. WATSOV, of Georgia. r in-' 1 f- wrr. HLTKV O'NEILU r- Tbe free and unrestiUed coiwje of gold Hid Mil er at h pre ot iuo of 16 to 1 ithout 'ffiirJt theact-iins r wih of any other nation or co.-nbintion whatocr, 1 1- VI he mere s t the rnrrent monry to an tmount suflirtent to meet the ants of our ;rowing popuUtion and buines, such money 'o consist of silver and gold com and U. S. .Treasury notes equally a legal tender for all de miids public and private, III. The abolition of all national banks and the establishment of Postal Sarin? Banks, man tged and controlled by the U. S. Treasury. IV. The establishment of a system of direct legislauost by the people, ginng to tha people themselves the power, ist-To veto all laws pass ed by any less than 95 per cent of all their rep resentatives, and to propose the enactment of laws by any Lamber greater than five percent of the elector and ccmpe'l their submission to the whole body of the electors. V. That all means of transpsrtating persons properly and in'elligence be gradually taken by the Nation and conducted and controlled by an un partisan commission under strict civil service rules, VI. That all duUic salaries and compensa tions shall he ntaadeto correspond to thepnce of fhor andlabx's product. Highest of all in Leaveniny-T'ower. Pr,VA fii ..vsssjssa ABSQWTicOT .& E LATEST NEWS i Kansas Citv. The paseiger and express train on the Chicago Alton . railroad, due here from Chicago and "-U. Louis at T o'clock, was held up and robbed by four masked men this even- ng in Blue Springs Cut between In dependence and Glendale, Mo. The scene of the robbery is lers than 0 miles from Kansas City. Die train was flagged at tht- entrance if the cut. I while two of the rebbera stood guard Fail bank, : Arizona, over the passenger c aches the other , Headquarters "or vi-itor from Tonib- iwo ccvered the conductor and engin ',oue 8nd Grounding country. eer and fireman with their pi-tols an-l , !,e8t of Bines li,',J0r3 anu c'rt ,, , , , al iv nn hand, compelled them to go to the exprts-i ....... ' ' v . .PAY THE EXCHANGE A VISIT car. Then the robbers commanded the messenger to open the car threat ening to break in the door should he refuse. Alter some delay tho robbers were admitted to the express car. l'ney ' compelled iho mesaiuger t open the safe and extracted from it epvrall packages. I he amount cf boo'.) secured cannot be ascertained at this I hour, but the conductor of the train j states that the bandits secured noth-' ing nvve several ptekages of jewelry. Ka.sa Citv. Morr.s I.ind. man igerof tho Iuttrnatiunal Exoort and drain Company and prominent 111 the local gram nnrket, was shot and killed in his office this evemog by Fredd Waitt, a bookkeeper whom 1 e had discharged and whom he attempt ed to put out of the to mi. Waitt bad been drinking. Cincinnati, A statement from Wash innton to the efict that Li Hung Chang wtiile here told Secretary Car lisle that China was tube placed on a gold basis was repeated to the Secretary yesterday by a representative of tha Associated Press who found him at tie home of Frank P. Helm and ho was asked about the matter. Carlisie at once said the etatemeut was wrong. Tin: iaADii:s. The pleasant effect and perfect safety with winch ladies may ue Sjrup of Figs, under all conditions mtlces it their favor ite remedy. To get the true and genu ne article, look lor the name of the California Fig Syrup Company, printed near the bottom of the package. For sale by all responsible druggists. The way of life is by no means smooth, but let us not mate it rougher than iti?. Tho world is not all we wish; but it it goes wrong, let ue not spend ounehes trying to make it go worse. Katberlet us make it a little smoother and & little pleaeamer by our disposition, manners and deed. If ruen in general are eut of sort, there u the more neod ot our being in sorts. Ex. GUM MAXEY, Allen St near 3d. .(OId.Cutom House.) VEGETABLES, FRUITS, 10TATOES, ONIONS. ETC Freth California fruit received every day by express. Everything told at lowest rates. Good delivered tree to all part 0 city. Fish Received Every Thursday. Pulilntrd Sundae, and AKluNV, klCktK published Wednesday xn l n all the ne s of tte wkas u ar iwirs in the Uvuv Pkiictok. Five Cents it 0i,' No 170 Latest U.S.Gqv't Report . wWwVmtty. Cl""-1' ti. 3lelJiclj.t Clniroli. Sunday sVho'd t 10 o'clock a 111. Jiini r Kpuorih Le.i).u ,'3:?.i) p.m. Preaching in evening at 7:15, A cordial invitation is extended to all. D. Roberts, l'asto-. FA1RBANK DEPARTMENT GEO. G. .McGEE, Prop. P. A. DEMARTINI. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. A full line of GKOPKRIEK, PivOYISIONS, CIGAR AND "lOllACrn. t'AIICHAN'lv.. AltlZOXA. yuLiii. iiuu h vmmiv. A T K. HARRINGTON M MS. Prop. Chagres Reasonable. Parties goipg from Tombstone to llisbec will hive ample time for dinner before the train arrives. Table Supplied With the Bct. GIVE IT A TRIAL. Election Proclamation OFFICB Or TUB MUOK OI THr. (HVOh TOMBSTONE, AKIZOW TF.KRITORV.J'V To Whom It Hv Concern. Greeting Whereas, Under an actct tlir I!sltne rnin or me territory 01 Anton , entit.t-d Elect-ons. approved Mirrh 8th. . I). 1837, and mcomplnn e win Section 4. Article 8 of the Citv Qiirter, a general municip.il election is looenencn me 3rd n ot .tembcr for the purpose of electing etj officers. Now, therefore, 1. Paul B Warn-L.ros, Mayer of the City of Tombston. in pursuance of the duty imposed upon me by a resolution duly parsed and entered upon the minutes of the Common Councl cf said city, do hereby order a central mumcpal election to be- held on thr Tuesday after the first Monday in Nove mbe . v. ia9&, ana designate tie othces to t filled as folio!, to wit! 1 Maor. 2 Councilman from First Ward. 3 Councilman from Second Ward, 4 Comncilnian from Third Ward. S Councilman from Fourth Ward, 6-1. ChTef of VcLcf, Kx-Otfioo City Awor City Tax Collector. Gly I-icense Ta Col lector, Healin Officer Pound Master ami btreet Commissioner. The following places are desunattd as poll- ine pLcs, hirst W'a'd Adobe house on 3dstreet be- twee Allen and Tmiijhnut streets. Insp-ctor Mike Welch. fudges Tros- Tunny and Dan Carter. I'olhns Clerks John C Ul'y and I. Iracy fallal Cerk-J. hlkins. Second Ward f ity Hill. A, Ashman Inspector. Indrs-F. E. FLimgnand J, Mcllugh Polling tkrks Kobi Martm nl T . Loutlon Ball t CX-rk Frank hngkr. TlJrd Ward Oriental Corner Inpscetoi-Ins. Uppcrt. Judges F. Pa?U and 'oel Neiswetnde Po ling Clerk F. Cb er and J. W. Keany. 1 tailor Clerk 7hos Cowan. Foutth Ward Protection Hose Ifoibr. Inspector W HoblA 1 uljes Wm Corbett and 1 1. Salza.ian, Polling C erks Dur U elsh ami A fiirrelt. PaCot Clerk MikeWelsti. In witnes whereot I ha- hereunto set my hand, and caused the seal ot the City of Tomb stone to be affixed thereto Itnc at the City Hall ii the City cf Tombstone this IsEU. the 7th day of October, i8of" P. B WANCKROS, Mayor. DK, WatovtSLL, Ork, 0-14 Rakm - .