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ally except Sunday. Ptrifi:.time.
T. J. Fair O-oend Miniger.
A. Naoglk. L. H. Albrbcht.
Atsistrat General Mtnarer. Train Master.
MARICOPA A PHOENIX R R.
Narth stations South
I pui L.Y......PVrtix Ar 3 ooam
S.25pin Terape 120am
o.ocpm Kyrcae te 55pm
9.35pm ......Sicatoa t3 30pm
0.45pm Mane pa txtopm
O. H. Honshell. Gen. Sapt.
Mlver it quoted at 68
Tom York, the cattleman of tbe
Huachucas, ii in town on bueiaes .
James Huneaker came in last even
ing Irom Bucker on a .isit to the
Mr. Vaughaa is up from tbe river.
He report abundant rains and feed
improving in his section.
Dr. Gordon returned yesterday from
Pearce where ha went to enter into
contract with tbe Commonwealth
company for tbe care of their sick.
The committees at Chicago were
divided up among the Anzonians as
follows : Be solutions, W. H. Barnes ;
credential, J. F. Wilson ; organization
and rnlu, Hugh Campbell.
Bev. T. W. Downs has been busy
this week moving into-his new bouse
at Safford. Tbe Reverend has one of
tbe prettiest residences in tbe valley.
A RATI FICAT10N EET1N1
At Which Editor Reppv Fills
At a Bryan and Sewall ratification
meeting hsld in Florence a few days
since, Elilor Rpp7 of the Tribune
addreased tbe meeting in tbe follow
ing well chosen words, which how
that iho heart ol tbe doughty editor is
in the right place. He said:
"lu appearing before you tonight
my only regret is that I have nat the
ability of expressing, s I would like,
tbe warm feelings I bold on the great
question now agitating the people of
tbe Un-ted Slates that question, 1
take it, is whether or not the Ameri
can people shall reume business at
tbe old stand, and try to conduct their
own affairs, or whether the Cleveland
policy of making the location of tbe
main bouse on Lombard street, Lon
don, shal be continued. Fori, con
tend that with McKinley in the presi
dential chair tbe disattroua pohcy
which has come so near wrecking our
country will not be changed one iolo.
"What folly to say that tin tariff is
an issue between the parties in tbe
present campaign, when there is but
a difference of 7 per cent yes, less
than that in the totals of the McKin
ley and Wilton bills. The peoplecan
no longer be fuoled with m Quaker
gun like thai. It is the great ques
tion of finance that is now to be fought
out on th 9 field of politics. Men have
little to do with it names of parties
bae little to do, it is tbe priuciple in
volved that now commands the atten
tion of the great common people, who
have the opportunity of their lives to
vote aud express their seuliments, be
lieving aa they do, that tbe salvation
of tbe country depends upon a return
to biruelallum, under which our
country prospered for eighty years,
while disaster and ruin have stared us
in tbe face evei sinco that wicked day
in 1873 whon silver was secretly and
"I care not a snap of my finger
whether they call me Democrat or
Populi4t or niver Repu licar. I am
in the tight for tbe principle involved,
and I will stay with it till it wins.
"Now that tbe new rtjuviosted
Uemocratio party bas had tbe inde
pendence and manhood to condemn
Cleveland in the Chicago convent:oo,
and to name two such glorious stan
dard bearers as Bryan and Sewall no
true friend of silver and Aserican
manhood should heaitate a moment to
give them his warm and loyal sup
port. (Applause )
"We propose to elect Wm. J Bryan
that gallant young orator and states
man from out of the west to be our
president of thj United States and to
banish Napolian McKinley to tbe Isle
of St. HeUna, where that speechless
patriot, who was willing to accept the
nomination on the anniversary of the
battle of Waterloo but not on Friday
can whisper to" the waves of public
indignation as they roil up bis views
on tbe silver question." (Continued
Cards are out for the marriage of
Mis. Jennie Balance, of Peoria, III..
and Hon. Burt Dunlap of Sunlap
Graham county, this Territory, on
Tuesday, August 4th, at Peoria.
In the fall of 1893 a son of Mr. T
X. McFarland a prominent merchant
of lave Oak, Batter Co., Gel. was taken
-with a very heavy cold, Tbe pains in
his cbest were so severe that be bad
apasms and wa threatened witb
pneumonia, His father gave birrs
several large dosca of Cbamberlism's
'Cough Remedy which broke up tbe
oough and cured bim, Mr. McFar
land sa.) e whenever his children have
croup he invariably circa tlem
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it
always cares them. He considers it
the best cough remedy in tbe market.
27orsalby Tom-nuns Dra;Store.M
Highest Honors WorW; Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADZ-
k BareGnpeCrtasn of Tartar Powder. tVtr
isisi AassBaetf, AWji ar assy ether a&Mtnmt,
H. T. Fisher returned last evenin
from an extended business visit aat
He states the virtulent and vitriolU
attacks and abuse by the big goldbug
papers of the east on tbe silver Men is
making more vule daily than stump
speeches iu (at or. of the white metal.
Mr. Fisher say th.) silver sentiment
even iu the goldbug states where two
year ago a silver advocate was regard
ed a a crana: is increasing to such uu
extent that the goldbug leader are
already iu fear. The signs from the
east are roost encouragiug andaa the
issue is becoming better understood
Bryau and silvern ill be triumphant.
X l'lttsieer'H Hccasaisueiasasatloaw
Mr. J. W. Venablr, of Downey a
pioneer of Lot Angcle County, Cal.,
): ''Whenever 1 am troubled with a
puio in the stomach or witb diarrhoea 1
use Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Kerned v. I have used it lor
year, know it to be a reliable remedy
and recommend it to every one." For
sale by Druggists
Mr. U.Caillouette, Druggist, Beaver
sville,IlL,saye:"To Dr. King's New
Discovert I owe my life, Was taken
with La Grippe and triea all tbe phy
sician e, but of no avail and was given
up and told I could not live. Having
Dr. King.' New Discovery in my store
I sent for a bottle and began its use
and from tbe first dose began to get bet
ter, and after using three bottle was up
and about -agsin. It is worth its
weight in gold. We won't keep store
or house wltlout it." Get a free t tall
t tbe Tombstone Drug Store.
: r. Price' Creaaa BsHrsg Powsfc
-.rfisr a Fair Htsaact Masai aa4 1
Lt school year in Maricopa county
the county sshools bad a total enroll
ment of 3,534 pupil.', 44 of whom were
ooleied. For the years 1896 7 tbe
aebools will enter upon work with a
census t-cboul population of 4,016
from which to draw.
Jake- Trobridjge arrived last nigbt
with six borate for use oa tbe stage
line. The animals are fine specimens
of horseflesh and were purchased at
eoBtiderabla expense. Tbe eqnine
beauties wc brought from tbe Salt-
New Mexico sattleman .re complain
ing of tbe large destruction of cattle,
especially calves, by tbe wolves. Tbe
question U a aerioua one and same
concerted actios should be taken to
destroy this past. A drov of these
wolves among a bunch ol calves will
aooaiUkeayear' profit out of a good
Descriptive Letter From the
Tbe following taken fron a latter
received by an Prescott mas from that
ceuntry wify be interesting-. Tk let
ter Is wiilted troae Sunsetcity, and tbe
writer speaka first of tbe equable cli
mate, and mentions the fact that tbe
now litems to be rapidly disappear
ing, and that the ibtrmometer only
reaches the freezing point one in
forty -eight bsurs. He then says:
The gold hunters are at work along
ths beach in the sand, and they all
fitrd 'colors'. The pieces are werth
from 25eentidown. Tbe sand flats
are located by Tulare farmers. Snow
and floating ice bring the gold down
and deposit on the beaeb iu tbe saad
and slate. They find from IS
to 25 cents per day andgo crazy ove
it. Some few however, make from 50
to 15 cents per day. Tbe gold found
is worn and flaky, and ia scratched in
many cases by harder substances,
showint; that it bad been washed a
long way. Tho pieess found are tbe
size ol a small 51. There is but little
quartz found near tha water. Part ef
our party left, and people are going in
every direction, walking over good
and bad ground, panning here and
there on the surface, then crjing,
'friiid' and selling out at ai v prioe,
only to return to civilization. No fish
to speak of evr get hsrc, fer the tide
would leave them on the mud.
You may sit up until, midnight, or
even read, and then the sun begins to
rise. It is said that gold can be found
here from the grass roots down. Afri
can, Australian and Californian min
ers say it beats anything they ever
saw b-fore. Tbe btacb is a blue-black
Lumber ia $100 a thousand, coal oil
tt.50 per can ; torn a too, 3 cents per
pound, and canned bee.', $2 per pound.
FOB OVKK F1FTV YEAM.
An old, well-tried remedy. Mr
Winalow'a &othiug Syrup bas been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers lor their ohildren while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes
tbe child, soitens trie gums, allay au
pain, cures wind colio, and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. It is pleasant
to tbe taste. Sold by druggist in
every part of the world. Twenty-five
centa a bottles Its value is incalcu
lable. Be sure and ask for Mrs. Win-
slow's Soothing Syrup, and take
no other kind.
Henry Fry arrived yesterday front
Dos Cabezae where he has been at
work on a promising gold property in
which G. H. Fill and Clerk W.
Harwood are interested. A shipment ef
ore waa made about a week since) to
1 Paso. Mr. Fry states the gold earn
of th county ia coming to the far
and considerable activity it noted.
Capital ia now looking to tbie section
and st veral miniog deals are en Ike
Hotel Ramona, Low Angeles, BOeup.
Some people have stopped
drinking test have given up
the effort to find cure and
drinkable tea. '
It is time to betin 'aD-airi-
There is a pure tea Schil
Money-back tea at your
Nothing bet coffee m SckMinft But
coftee same is tree of SchiUmftMit
bsJueg-powder. soda, apices, satasosdag,
flavoring extract. Par and nseney
backed. AScUUUg&Om SmmFnmcuct
Tbm U. S. Gov't Repots
W.A.Rowe of Yavapai Ab-
In the Preseott Courier yesterday
morning W.A.Rowe coiuruuuieatts
his intention to be presented to tbe
Yavapaia, county Detnocratio conven
tion for endorsement a delegate to
be submitted to tbe territorial conven
tion for eudolsement as delegate to
While admitting all the claims of
the legal profeasion for such place still
he believes that, inasmuch as existing
laws governing the relations of capital
and labur are neither wise ar effective,
he as a miner and laboring man, would
be just aa able to "get things" for Ari
zona, and be as helpful to her poeple
a a professional man.
Mr. Rowe says: "My candidaoy
will not be pressed to tbe detriment of
the party. Miniog Is a great industry
and at this particular time should be
recognized. Should there be a dozen
mining men to enter tbe convention
as aspirants, auy one of them would
meet with my most hearty approval
and cordial endorsement."
"We had an epidemic of dysentery ia
this vicinity last summer.'' says Samuel
S. Pollock, of Briceland, Cal. -I was
taken with it and suffered severely until
some one called my attention to Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, I procured a bottle and fell
better after the first dose. Before one
half of the bottle had been used I was
well. I'recommeuded it to my friends
and their experience was the same. We
11 unite in saying it is the best." ror
sale by Druggists.
1 .a. e, a
A car.load of extracted honey was
shipped last Saturday fronirPhoenix
over the Santa Fe for New York. It
waa 20,000 pounds. Ii waa followed
up by a eoHtoad of 16,000 pounds bill
ed to Cbieasjo. The total valley ship
ments for the year will fall little short
of twelve carload.
The Flagstaff Demoorataaja: Line
man Sparling, Postal, just returned
Sunday on No. 1, after putting in 7
poles ntf t Canyou Dablu which were
destroyed by lightning, and he was
sony to hear this morning tbat he bad
eight more destroyed last night at
Denmsoa.- The lightning Is very
seyrt Ujis season.
to say the least to run
down all Japan teas sold in
the United States, except
Schilling's Best; but there
are more important things in
this world than politeness:
(i) Truth what we say
we firmly believe: these teas
are colored and adulterated.
(a) Health these teas are
not health-giving; some of
them are health-stealing.
(3) Pleasure these teas
do not give the pleasure that
pure and fine tea does.
, There's a wrong to be
righted hence this plain
Schilling's Best, at your
grocer's, is a pure fine tea.
Your money back says so.
1 Schilling's Beit coffee, baking-powder,
soda, spices, and flavoring extracts,
are also money-backed.
A Schilling & Company San Franciica
An iacb and a balf of rain fell
within a few hours at Pbanix, on
Thursday, being the heaviest known
for years. About $3,000 damage waa
done to mercantile stocks by water
from leaking roofs. Salt rivtr is flood
ed aad the rains on the eattla ranch
es up the stream are reported to have
been heavy beyond precedent at this
season of tbe year. A big chunk of
plaster fell from the ceiliug ef Cobn's
eigar store. Show oases were smashed
and conderal In damage done.
Editor Bryson ol tbe Louisiana' Mo.,
Press gives the following gentle hint
to delinquent: "Perhaps we ought
not inject private matters into public
notice bnt we feel impelled in a burst
of confidence to state tbat Ike treas
ury ressrve is in this shop was never
so low as at at the present movent.
Another bond issue ii immiuent and
although there has been plenty of
water lately ws doubt our ability to
float another loan in which case con
fidence is not the only thing tbat will
burst. A hint to the wise is sufficent
but what troubles us is the I act tbat
some of the people on our books are
not as wise as serpents or harmless
as bumming birds.
Ton will find on coupon
Inslda each two oono bas:
and two eon pons lnsldacli
Durham. Bay a bat; of this
celcbratad tobacco aad read
the coupon which tjlvas a
list of valuable praaeat and
how to act tucm.
U)ua we: a u:c xciiei tor na.na m the back, aide, chest, or
tj -O.JS, toe a:.
BtAl in I'rT Not one ef the host of counterfeits and imita-
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iuna a at as - auvu - - t. vi.muic m
tCORtra'oTH FFEMONT 8TBKETS.
MINERS' AND. RANCHERS' SUPPLIES
TENTS AND WAGON COVERS! BUCKEYE 1
IXraOrSD AOaJCTJtTUsUU 1
ruaonrn, an oxLawutaB
" mm4 nowes sad
JOS. HOEFLEP; PROP.
P. B. WARNEKROS
His Mammoth Stock Or
Liquors -" ?
Boots ;& Shoes
Mining & Farm
ULL ffILL BE SOLD AT COST.
CLEARANCE - SALE,
GOODS ALL FRESH AND NEW
We Jietpectully Solicit Ue Trade of AU liesidents C
ochlse County. No Jroufw to Show Goods. CaU iidc
Convince Yourself "oj Tlie
We Mean dusmass.
Wi 1 ttu .A.
GIVE USA CALL