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The Prospector
JUNE ". 20 ,896
" RAILROAD TIME-TABLES
ARIZONA SOUTHEASrEKS K. R.
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J. J.FSST G-nnJ Manager,
A. NAVCt-E. - L. H. ALBKZXHT.
Awiittnt Gmerat Mantrer. Train Master.
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LOCAL NOTES.
Dr. Gaff, Benton Physician and
lurgeoa.
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Mirer i quoted at 68$
Wm.Vaughan was in today with a
bunch of cattle for C. L. dimming!.
1
There in 205 inmate in the Yuma
penitentiary the Urged cumber in iti
history.
Mr. O. O. Brry, formerly of Tomb
lone, U reported running a fashion
able hotel in Los Angeles and doing
well.
Tombstone Id on the verge of an
ice famine little or no ice to be had
today. A heavy shipment U expected
tomorrow.
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C. R. Esiif!, Western Union he
repairer, and repaired the line which
bad fallen in many plar.ee.
Deputy Constable, Wm. Sana, of
Benton, brought in a Mexican pris-
oner from that precinct yetterday for
Hotel De Fly. He will ba a guest for
0 days for carrying concealed wea
pon!.
Mr. C. A. Overlook, who was a rU
itor to TombsUne for the pact several
days, returned to Bisbte today. Mrs
Orerlock hai many friend at her for
mer bom who will always welcome
her visits.
- "It is with pleasure I tell you that
by one day's use of Chamberlain'
Cough remedy I was -relieved of a
very severe coM. My head was com
pletely stopped rip and I could not
leep at nignt. I can recommend
this remedy. Ctiaa. M. Outfeld of
Beedly, Fresno Co., Cal." A cold
Heartr always starts la the head and
afttrwardsextends to the throat and
longs. By u'stnjr this remedy freely
Msooa as the cold ba bee -contracted
it will care at once and prevent it
from extending to the lung- For Sain
by Tombstone Drag Store. m.
AwardeeT
liigfeest Honors World's Fair,
DR
Mtm
CREAM
BAKING
POHWR
MOST PERFECT MAD
A poie Cope Crea.-n of Ttv Powder. Pre
teas Aaameeo, Ahui or any other adulterant
40 YIAIS tm STAJHWafi.
THE SANTA ItOSA.
Another Olil Towbstner Hh
' Struck ft Rich
The Santa Rosa mine, in the Aritps
district of. Sonets, located ten miles
west of Nacosati nnd twenty milei
east of At ipe, i one of '.he tt wan
ak'fd and mot proir.iaing projertie
in Sonora, It is the properly of Kirk,
Brothers &. Co., gmtlenieu widely
known in Arizona, having operated
many years at Tombtoue, Preccott
and other camps. It is opened by an
iodine ehalt with a pitch of about 45
degrees, and the ore extrseUd in de
velopment has paid the cost ol the
dead work. They have some 2,000
feet of woik aud have developtd'a fine
body of high srade silver ore. It is
all shipped to tho smelter ia Nojjalen.
OaiU.
The above minw is one upoa which
Treasurer Vickers and W. C. Ureen
expended several thousand dollars and
la'er abandoned it Mr. Kiri then
located it and after several months of
"dead" work struck a bonanza, and U
asserted by Mr. 6reen, who was in
town several days since, U have nearly
1500,000 worth of ore in eight, and is
now negotiating for the erection of a
big mill. A lurge number of men are
employed aud ore has been regularly
shipped via Nogales to the 1 Pas-
smelter.
lfw to t:trc BhamatUn,
Akaoo, CooskCo., Oil.Nov. 10 1893.
I wiih to inform you of tht great
good Chamberlain' pain Balm has
done my wife. She has been troubled
with iheum&tism cf the srsis and
hands for mi months, and has tried
remedies prescribed for that complaint
but found no relief until she ued lliia
Pain B!m; one bjltle of which hag
completely cured her. I take pleas
ure fit recommending it fur that trou
ble. Youra-truly, C. A. BulloRU. 50
cent and fl'.OO bottles for -sale by
Tombstone Dug.Co. M
There was uoast6rn mail laet night
on account of the west bound 8. P.
train being behind time at Beusontwo
hours.
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The 1C mule team taken from here
to Congress and umkI to haul ore will
now be readies since the branch line
has been completed. The team will
be returned to Tombstone within a
week or two.
Hr. Pearce and wife were in town
today from the ranch. Mr. Pearoe
statei he has sold his ranch and cattle
to the C. C. Co. and himself, Mrs
Pe&rc and son expects to make atrip
to Cali'ornia. Mr. Pearcc returniug
after the summer season.
At Fort Mohave the government
Ibtrmcmelor registered 141 degrees
io the shade Saturday and 127 on
Sunday the hottest wsather experi
enced at that point in CO years or
more. Needles Eye.
The territorial bosrd of education
met in Phenix June20. Edacational
diplomas were granted to F J Nether-
ton, of Phenlx, and to Ida F WtWiams
of Prescott, and first ;ra U territorial
certificates to Mary F Walker." "Mer
cedes A Shibell, Carrie L C le, Marie
Tipton and Louia Owsley,
This office is in reeeipt of copy of
a new monthly, megatfne call!
"Practical Irrigation and'Frnit'Orow
ing"" It is published by Jams Kih
bee, at Raiwell, New M-xieo, and is
an interesting as well as instructive
journal.
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An exchange says that one trouble
with this wo'rld i that there are too
many people; in it who will not eist
their hrea t npon the water unless they
are as-ure.J tl-atitwlll come back in. a
fow dav a full grown sandwich all
trimmed with hm,fcillUr and must
ard. ' " f
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From all appearances Uiere was a
heavy rain inthe HuachucarrounUlns
and down the range of mountain west
of the Whetstones; heavy lay"to the
-outh a"d snntheast, a1o, apparently
giving that section a good soaking
ram. The electric display waa beauti
ful. A runaway caused a little excite
ment today in front of Cumming'a
butcher shop. A horse bitched to an
awning dot suddenly became fright
ened, pulled the post from it fasten
ing end started to ;make a dash down
Fremont street. A small Me 1 can wbo
was driving tho horse rta along side
nf him and at the risk of bi life grab
bed the) rein and held fast until tho
smsmI etorped., -
A Mississippi experiment station
bulletin ayr Oanaigre, which is
now attracting so much attention in
Arizona and California, has been
grown here two yep, but with unsat
isfactory result. The ton i used in
tanning leather, and thn plant i
much like theurdiuary'Ycllow Dock"
in i1 appearance, being nearly relat
ed to it bo'.anieally. It i a native of
the aiid region of the eouthwest,
where it makes its teat growth during
the cool and occasionally damp
weather of winter, remaining dor
maut through the summer. In this
region the winter rainfall is so heavy
that the plants tafftr from the exes
t nioigluro, tbelr growth is weaken
ed, aud the roots contain a much
m.)ler perceuuge of tannin than
when grown in the drier and hotter cli
tuple of which they sre native,"
'I lie Ulacuverr H-vuU bis I. He.
Mr. U. Coillouetto, Druggist, Beaver
sville.IH., says: "To Dr. KittR's New
Discover) I owe my life. Was taken
with La Urippe and trieu all the pliy
4;rians,but of no avail and was given
up and told I could not live. Haviug
Dr. Kinn'o New Discovery in my store
I sent for a bottle and begau its use
and from the firnt dose begau to get bet
ter, and after using three bottle wag up
and about again. It is worth tie
weight in gold. We won't keep store
or house -vitbaut it." Get a fret 1 111
t the Tombstone Drug Store.
EXECUTIVE CLEMECY.
Two Poor Fellows Receive a
Reward fur Indiutrv.
Two inmates of the prison at Yuma
were on Tuesday pardoned by the
governor says the Gazette. Both
were woodchopperij wbo dnring the
administration ol the former governor
and unperintendent wore auigied a
task at the completion of which they
were to receive the olive branch of
excculixe clemency. They both went
to workchopptug willow wood on the
prison farm and they now h-tvs com
pleted the task assigned.
One ol the men is John Foy
(colored) sent from Cochise county,
having b:en convicted for assault
with a deadly weapon. He had two
year yet to serve and chopprd 200
cords of wood for his liberty. The
other is Clelo Alverado, a Mexican,
corvicted of burglary in Pima county
and sentenced to serve six ycarr, four
which were already b hind him. His
task 100 corJs of wood. The sup
erintendent recommended pardon in
both casee for exemplary conduct in
adJi ion to tti.it industry.
W. O, Albotl has again opened for
bu'ines :n asayiapat hi new quar
ters and residence, the Orerlock house.
Mr. Abbott is a thorougly competent
and obliging aevarer, and has many
friends who Are glad to se him shy
his caster in the ring again. See his
ad in another column.
The Phenix IlsraU say a settle
ment ha been arrived at between Dr.
HamMin, tb old Superintendent of
the Insana Asylum and Dr. Hughe?,
the new appointee. Ace irding to the
agreementjeached, Dr. -Hatnbliu will
resign on the first of July and give
rpeacoana possession to Dr. Hughe.
1 .... !'
Mr. G.'H.Jib'rishellbai ro!gnd hi
.position as general auperintendent of
the'M. 4"t railroad and will be sue
eeeded by Mr. El ward Sbamp, lately
tif Fresno rt'i-undeVtooJ that Mr.
Ronshll wfU'goto Tueon, there to
relieves ipertotendeul Ep-s Itandolpr)
for this -u nrrTroT tris rasntgemtnt
ofth Vrixona division of the South
ern Pacific.
An immense amount of wheat is
now c imping into market and daily
big team and threo wagon drive to
-the big ware house or mills to stow
away the newly threshed crop. At
the mills f 1.25 per hundred is the rul
ing price, while much is bought by
dealer from the Indian at f 1 to $1.10
AtWesa-artuat bring 91.14. Barley,
too; i plentiful at' about 80 cenU.Th
cerearl'erop is heavy and price tart off
a little higher than last season.
Gazette.
o
A very sad nw item came from the
Carrizos anent tho death of two K,
troop men. of the Second cavalry, U.
il. A. formerly stationed at Ft. Hua-
chuca. Th G tllup Gleanar says two
of thettroop were detailed for tome
duty and went away with a pack mule.
They failed to return at the expected
time and scouting parlies wore ent
out. One party discovered the dead
bodies of two men and tho mule. Thy
were tba victim of thirst and hunger.
They -doubtlc- lost their way and
wandered in th awful delirium of
thirst until nttrrly xhauatsd. .
FIRST FXPLANATI0N.
Out Debate Tells How it All
Happened.
Col. J. A. Zahriskie, one of tLe del
egates to the St. Louis conventiou,
ha returned to Tucson. To a Star
reporter he gave an explanation of
the reason the Arizona delegation did
not bolt with Senator Teller, ar.d sy :
"The seen) in tlm committee on plat
form was stormy. 'J he western dele
gates made a stubborn tut unavailing
ngut for silver.
"The departure c! Senator Teller and
hi associates was a pathetic event.
He would have been accompanied by
the Arizona delegation in a body but
iu a previous conference when the
subjtct was touched upon Teller said;
"There is no need of your going out;
you would not bo able in the territo
ries to assist us with your vote. Your
going would bs inexpedient and by
remaining you may retain needed in
fluence with the administration. We
know you are with us in the spirit and
the time may come when your service
in the cause of ailvtr may be made
available."
An 'interesting thing occurred dur
ing th 6 vote on the adoption ol the
gold plack. When the name of
Ulyse Grant of the California delega
tion wa retched, he cried "No" in a
voice which rang through the convec
tion hall. Immediately business was
subtended while the vast audience re
gardless ol silver or gold, cbeereJ the
name of Grant."
To the traveling public: Notice is
ben by given that alter July 1st. 1
will have severed my connection with
the Arlington House and having se-
tcurrd the Mcllenry house opposite
the Yizitia Co., Office and ulUti it
up for the accomodation of travelers.
I respeotfully ask a cor.tiniar.ee of
your leberal patronage.
Mks. II. Bastia.v.
The Worlds Fair Tests
showed 00 baking powder
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PIONEER
CORNER T1T i. FFEMONT 8TBEEM.
CENERAL MERCHANDISE.
MINERS' ANDi RANCHERS' SUPPLIES
TENTS AND WAGON COVERSj BUCKEYE
FORCE PUMP
Agent for .
M aal nowtl and
Ikld Seed- tMHimUJ
JOS. . HOEFLER PROP
WtatBsir Crojs Ipe.
Weekly crop bulletin, Pheoix, Ari
xina: The weather has been unusu
ally ware;, with a s"t lowering ol
temperature during the Utter part of
week; the extteuie ranging from a
.n.Tinmm nf 100 to 104 and 105 in tb
more elevated northern counlie, to
115 to 127 in the lower soutnern anu
e.tern aACliorj. Uain fell in the
eastern portion of the lerritoiy in
mountain ranges; from trace in the
northeast to 0.13 in the soutneasi.
rtm ni.nr-n rctMiriiiii! the latter smt.
The rain came in the form ol ehower.
accompanied by thuuder and light
ning.
si .i.t.- f .. -w 1 tint hnr lint week.
jit is wittiout doubt th hotest ever ex
perienced. Irrigated crops leolc wei
but dry cropa are almost a failure.
Kange are dryer than ever and cattle
are suffering severely. W-ler scarce
The last sbipmeut if cattle for Hit
season has been made.
n '
ftatier,
A meeting of the T'.mhstone Fire
Department i called for Sunday
evening 7 n'clock", at Ketone Hose
House, for the election of chie' of the
Fire Department, a Steward and other
matter coming before th meeting.
By order of Committxk.
FOBJSALE CHEAP A hor and
buggy; bcrsc gentlr, buggy and har
ness iu good order. Will ell cheap.
For further particular?, call at or
address this office. ? 6-lw
TO THE SEASHORE
Excursion Rates to Santa Mon
ica and the Sea Coast
Over the
S. P. R. R. FROM BBXSON
To parti desiriog to go to the icr
shore to spend the rummer and enjoy
tiie cool !t water !irt-z?, rhould Ukc
advantage of ths excursion rale of
$31.05 from
HE.NSON TO SANTA MONICA.
Ticket good for 60 day, For further
information apply to
F.S.WEBSTER,
Agent at Benson,
Or T. A. GoOBif is.
G. P. A., San Francirco.
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This
is the
very best
Smoking
Tobacco
made.
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TOBBIVK WIKDKILLS.
P. B. WARNEKROS,
CLOSING
His Mammoth Stock Ot
Hats
Liquors
Wagons
Buggies
Clothing
Groceries
Hammers
Underwear
Dry Goods
Boots & Shoes
Mining & Farm
ing Implements
ALL HE BE SOLD AT COST-
CLEARANCE -SALE
GOODS ALL FRESH AND NE
We Respectjidly-Sc'dcit The Trade oj All Besidents O I
Cochise County. No Trou!,' lo Show Goods CK.a.,
Convince Yourself o; The
We Mean
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