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The Prospector
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RAILROAD TIME-TABLES
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i.4are .... Crittenden .... 10.70 pm
a-yrata .... Ca'abatas .... 900am
I.I5prl NogaVl 1.30am
ally except Sunday. PoaSe time.
I. J. FzrT General Minifer.
A. N'AUOLi. L H. Albibcht,
PAssUtTst General Manarer. Trait Master.
MARICOPA A PHOENIX R R.
(North tticm South
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.opm Kjrrent..... it 55pm
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O. H. Honuiell, Gen. Supt
LOCAL NOTES.
fcilrsr i quoted at 09
The rain i appear to be general
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ovr the Territory.
.
Mr. Chat. Bulotli and family left
Sunday for a vacation in tb Hua
shasas. James Herrick was up from the
ranch yesterday and report the river
very high.
John Hickey ha arrived in Pres
cott from Flagstaff, Tia the Yerde
ralley. H reptrts heavy and cou
tinou rain all along the route.
t c
Heavy rain fell on leaky roof in
Pbcenix aad aeveral thouaand of dol
lar worth of damage waa done to
itock of merchandise,
Oris Wilson earn in from the Cop
per Glance yesterday and reports
rerr thing moving along splendidly
at the mine and plenty of rainfall.
Mr. H. Ligbtecer and Mr. Town
end, who cant from the Salt Sire r
Valley with Jake Trowbridge, left
tbi morning for fiisbee.
Col. A, L. Baahford came In from
Peart yterdy and reports immense
shipment of or dailr. Heavy raits
fall at the mew camp laat Saturday
aad Sunday.
In the fall of 1893 a ton of Mr. T
A.. McFarland a prominent merchant
of I4t Oak, Sutter Co., Cal.was takes
with very heavy cold. The pain in
hi cheat were so severe that he had
paam and wa threatened with
pneumonia, Hi father gave him
eeveral large doaea of Chemberlian'a
Cough Remedy which broke up the
cough aad cored him. Mr. McFar
Iaade) whenever hi children have
eronp be invariably give tlem
Chamberlain' Cough Remedy and it
always cures them. Ho consider it
tb beeteough remedy in the market.
:oraU by Tombstone Drug Store.M
Awarded
Highest Heaers WorU' Fair,
DR
BAKING
PWDK
MOST PERFECT MADS.
Apm Grape Cnam of Tartar Powder. Pat ia
iT nUirr sbjiKibbbbI i
Sfl
SENATOR TELLER
Endorses Bryan anil Promises
Heart v Support
jL telegraphic dispatch from Lincoln
Nebraska bring cheering new to nil
ilver men through the country, ac
companied aa it is by a letier from
Senator Teller of Colorado, giviue as
surance of bis hearty support to the
Democratic nominee and in which he
tayi the country is to re congratulated
upon tee nomination of W, J. Bryan.
The diipatc bread as follows:
"That William J. Br) an will
receive the support of Henry M. TelUr
of Colorado there is no longer any
doubt. Uryan today received a Utter
from seuater Teller in which he told
htm he would support hint in the race
for president. The letter read as fol
low: Hon. W. J. Bryan, Lincoln, "tb:
"Dear Sir I congratulate you on
your nomination rl Chicago. I think
the country is to be congratulated also.
I need not assure you that your notn
inatioa was mom than satiafactery to
me. I think wo shall be able to con
solidate tlte frieuil of free silver in
your support and if we do this I be
lieve you will be elected although I
do not overlook the tremendous power
that will he put against us in this
camyaign.
All the money power and'organrx'-d
wealth, corporations and monopolies
of all kinds will be against us. Justice
is en our side and this is the cause of
the pfople. It is a contest for indus
trial independence and for frctdosa
from the domination of foreign powers
and capitalist, and it does not seem
possible in such a contest before the
American people that justice should
fail and wrong prevail. I think 1 can
promice you the cordial support of
western silver men who have hereto
Tore acted with the republican party,
and if you get that I think alt the
western coast and inter-uountain
states will bo with you, I will not
orTr suggestions to you save to advise
that jou make no pleJges or promises
so you may go into the great office of
presideot oi the United Sutss without
the embarassment that follow pledges
and promises, even if such as may be
properly carried out. It will afiord
me pleasure to place myself at the die
posal of the national committee to
make such speocnea in your behalf
as my health will permit, where and
when they may think I will do good.
I am very rrapectlully,
H. M. TEixra."
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"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 felt
better after the firt dose, llefore one
half of the bottle had been used I was
well. I recommended it to my friends
and their experience wis the same. We
all unite in saying it is the best." for
sale by Druggists.
Advertised Letter.
ise:o!i0"ipiurto! letters re
maining in the general delivery at
the Tombstone poatoffice for the week
ending July 17.1896:
F..V. Layton, Inez Frederico
ben calling for above letters, say
advertised, giving date of advertise
ment.
Emu. Svddw, P. M.
Edith, and Ullie Robertson, daugh
ters of S. S. Robertson wbo is employ
ed at the Pearce'' mine, are spending a
week with friends in Tombstone.
Mrs. C. 8. Clark and daughter. Miss
Kellie, accompanied by Mr. I. Tar
boll, ar apending s vacation in the
Husehuca mountains during tbe
heated term.
Tiie Salt river country is the ereat
pasturage resort for Arizona cattlemen
There the succulent alfalfa prrpar
the bovin for market and tbe cattle
men of the territory recognize this
faet and are not slow to take aJvant
ag of it.
F. JT. Weteotl returned hem last
vBinng from n visit to his family
who are spending th heated term in
the Huarhuca mountains. Mr. Wol
cntt retort heavy rains along th
river country bnt in the mountains
th rains have bees li gh t. At Charles
ton and south the fall has been heavy;
the river km up yesterday an! it was
a riky business to erosa, but fortune
wa in bis favor and lie cam through
allrighuMr. Wolcottand children will
remain in Ramsey canyon for two or
thro weeks yet enjoying tbe grand
scenery of tha Huacbuea and taking
th health-giving oxygen of th
i I
The nsit excursion train for the
sea side will paas Benson osi th 30th
all wbo desire to take advantage of tbo
low rate offered by these aecommada
tion trains will take notice.
Mr. L. Arrows uow has rooms at
the lodging house of Mrs. Bastiau on
Toughnut strset whero she will he
pitted to see lading who are need of
her services. tf
Mr. Thro. F. Mrtt and wife who
liftM- beeu spending the heated term
in ttif Hu acinic, came in yesterday
and lett today tat their bonia i i Bis
bee. Mr. Metz is the pioueer soda
man of the Copper Camp.
The Yuma Sentinel has the follow
ingkbout Ex Shurift Hatch of Cochise
county; "llobt. Hatch who was qiite
badly hurt taut week at the pumping
plant of the Ynroa Water fc Light
company is once more able to be out
on the streets."
. G. Norton, wife and daughter of
Bisbee are visitors to the oounty scat
on busluess and pleasure combined.
Mr. Norton is one of Bisbee' substan
tial citizens and one of her oldest in
habitants. We rre gitld to wtloom
thtra and hope their stay in Tomb
stone will be a pleasant one.
The Prescolt Courier says;
"Four inches of rain up to dat tbi
season. With a water storage dam
below town we would nov have an in
land sea sufficient to reclaim thou
sands of fertile acres of Granite creek
valley; with a dam above, enough
water would be stored for a city of
10,000 inhabitants.
SINGULAR PHEMENOX.
A Meteorite Found on tbe Top
ofMt. Weaver.
Some weeks ago, says the Phoenix
Gazette, a meteorite was discovered by
a Mexican on the summit of Weaver
mouutain, some tixty-five miles from
tkU city. Tbe singular pbacomenea
was ehow n to C. M. Frazier. W. W.
Wall i.d J. B. Kile. These zentlt-
Mij- bruugit it to l'lioenir, and it is
uow in the office of Street & Frazier
in theFIeming block. This meteorite
weighs eighty-eight pounds, and an
assay of a piece sent to Burlingame in
Denver shows it is a meteorite, the
chief component part of which ia
malleable iron. It sltocontsina nickel,
tin and oxygen. Mr. Frazie thought
at first the rosk was horn tllver, but
edged tools failed to make any im
precision, and that theory was soon
dispelled.
Meteorites have been, found in vari
ous parts of the earth, and eaeb find
as a rule bas been preserved. A ring
shaped mass of meteoric iron, rualle
able iron and nickel was found near
Tucson many years ago. It is now in
the United States national museum in
Washington.
IMoBeer'a neonnnaSaiUa,
Mr. J. W. Venable, of Downey a
pioneer of Los Angeles County, Cal.,
say- '-Whenever I am troubled with a
patn in tbe storoich or with diarrhoea I
use Chamberla-n'i Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Kemtdy. I have used it for
year, know 1: to be a reliable remedy
and recommend it to every one." For
sale by Druggists
Building continue at tbe propereua
caaip of Pearce. There are now more
than 100 hous.s in the town and they
are goiug up at the rate of two or
three a week. There! plenty 'of room
and building lots can be had very
chp, rvisidenTlnts can be had free.
Tbe wonderful Pi arce inioe ic turning
out great quantities of ore which ic
being hauled to the railroad at- the
rat ' CO ton per day. A large
number of men aad teams being aa
plnyed in that capacity, and over fifty
men am at work in the rain. '
The Agua Fria school house in
Mancopa county wa atrnck by light
ing one day last wek and on of th
pupil was rly chocked.
Slarwelowa ateaalta.
From a latter written by Kv. J.
Gunderman, of Disnondale, Mich., w
are permuted to make this extract
"I hav no hesitation ia recommend
ing Dr. King's New Discovery, aa tbe
result were almost msrvelon in the
caee of my wife. While I wa paator
of tb Baptist Cfinrch at River Junc
tion she waa brought down with
Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe.
Terrible paroxysms of coughing would
last hours with little interruption aad
it seemed a if she could not rarviva
them. A friend recomraouded Dr.
King's New Discovery ', it wa quick in
its work and highly aalisfacaory in re
suited Trial bottle free at Tombstone
and any Drag Store, Regular size
50c.and$LOO
WHISTLING DICK'S QUEST-
His Hunt fvr a Bar of Bullion
Recklessly ThrowB Awav.
The Tucson Star hai th following
oonccraioR wU Known ouaraeur iu
Tombstone of tbe olden time: "Whist
ling Dick" is m psreoaago well known
to all old-time Nevada and Arizona
minors and freighter. Ho is sixty
tbise years old but look aa it he
might) el sue- forty. He drove into
Beaeon jesterday morning with a well
equipped outfit en route for Tomb
stone, the scene of his adveotures and
labors in the early eighties.
"His visit this time was precipitated
by a story told him in San Francisco
lately by "Buckskin Sam" an early
- stage drier between Tombstoue and
Benson. On night "Bucksbin Sam"
was on his way to Benson. A part of
bis cargo was a bar of bullion mostly
silver but carrying considerable gold
and valued at about f 0,000. 8am was
drunk and reckless, tbe road were
heavy and Sam in order to lighten ship
threw the bar out into the mud. When
he reached Benson where tbo bullion
was awaited by the express company
Sam explained that he was not going
to pull the livers out of his horse fur
auy such dross as bullion and he had
dumped it into the mud.
"Dilligent search was made tor it but
it baa never been found by any pro
perly authorizeJ peroua or found at
all, which is quite unlikely.
"Buckskin Sam" when he met
"Whistling Dick" in San Francisco
gave him more minute information
concernirg the exact locality of the
castaway bullion."
Whistling Dick arrived in Tomb
stone safe and sound and is uow to be
in on our streets.
Cal. Herring en his last visit to Tuc
son purchased the residence of Capt.
Burgess on North Main street adjoin
ing the home of Judge Satterwbite.
This is one of the most luxurious resi
dences in Arizona. It will be occupi
ed by Colonel and Mrs. Herring on
September 1st. Star.
I!
More Tea
more delicate tea-aroma in a twelve
ounce package of Schilling's Best than
in a pound of colored tea and no poison.'
What ! Poison ?
Yes. All Japan teds sold in the United
States, that we know of, are colored
with Prussian Blue or plumbago or lamp
black. It won't kill you ; but people don't
drink lamp-black for their health.
In Schilling's Best: more tea, no poison,
no gypsum (two cents a pound), no soap
sfcprie (one cent a pound), nothing but tea,
aftd the beat tea that the Japan growers
can find for us.
The Japan growers want Schilling's,
Best to succeed ; so they make it as good
as they can.
At your grocers. Money'back if you
want it.
A
SaaFnackco
PIONEER STORE,
COBNBJtjTH2"FrMONT STBEET8.
, J fa"
"a"sWcJstsnBan
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
MINERS' AND RANCHERS' SUPPLIES
TENTS AND WAGON COVERS, BUCKEYE
FOROE PUMP
lift Ur
a aa r.owM aad
laid ed;a-J
ToatWetoae, one tne prido of
Arizonr, tb moat prosperous mining
camp in all th west, wiU once snore
assume its former glory when silver
becomes money and n commodity.
Tbe mine ar ttier with silver in
ample quantity and the owners are
waiting pstieully for tb eilver dawn.
Gazette.
Mr. L. A. Engle an old timer of
Tombstone, but now of Salt River
valley, came ia yesterday evening and
left this morning for Pearce. Mr.
Xngla is figuring on contract work
hauling th ore from tb big mine to
tbe railroad.
Morgan Hfdgepeth, the ice man
dropped a 50 pound chunk of ice on
his kot from the unVctotwbieh he
bas a very sore pedal.
The Japanese
pay their doctor while they 're
well. When they get sick or
die, they stop paying the
doctor.
That 's the way with Schil
ling's Best tea as long as
you like it, you pay lor it;
when you don't like a pack
age S Dack to your grocer
and get your money.
Schilling's Best.
Alio pure and money-backed: Schii
Hnp't coffee, baking-powder, soda,
picas, and flavoring extracts.
A SchUiipf & Company San Frttuisca
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Board of Fquiluition of Cochite County,
July 30. 1896.
Aay person to whose property any amount
has been added on the assessment retl by the
the Board of hqualitation, can appear betore
the board at 3 odoclc p. m. Acfust 3d, 1896,
or at 9 o'clock a, m, Auji.it 4. 1890,
upon making affidavit that he had no kno ledge
ofs-id addition to his assessment before tbe
nme set for hcansc protest, m, July 16; 17
and 18. 195.
T.e Board af Equalization will adjourn sine
die August 4th. 1S96, after which date no com
plaints can be heard,
JOHNS. WILLI 'MS.
Chairman.
Attest,
A. Ar'tMWORTH.
Clerk.
By W. A. Hakwood.
Deputy.
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Schilling & Company
Enuaiization
Nonce
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P. B. WARNEKROS.
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CLOSING
His Mammoth Stock Ot
Hah
Liquors
Wagons
Buggies
Clothing ;
Groceries
Hammers
Underwear
Dry Goods
Boots & Shoes
Mining & Farm
ing Implements
ALL (FILL BE SOLD AT COST.
CLEARANCE -SALE
GOODS ALL FRESH AND NEW
We Jiespectfully Sclici Ue Trade oj All itesidenlsL.
ochise County. No TrouhC to Show Golds. CmllSidt
Convince Yourscljlpj The
We Mean
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