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1. J. Fxcr General Manager.
A. N AUGLE. L. H . ALl I BCHT.
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LOCAL NOTES. "
fcilver 11 quoteJ at G9
J. V. Yiekers returned from trip to
the country this afternoon.
Th San Pedro rivr i running two
inches deep oTer the railroad track at
It it stated on authority ibat the
Old Glory mine will atart up the Grit
of next month.
Mis Evalliley left for Huachu
oa Ihia morniag to spend a few week
The lata raini are causing much
damage to unthresbed wheat in the
Bait riter valley.
AH kindi of iob work done at the
PiOBPXCTOR office at reasonable rates
and on short notice.
According to the Tucson Citizen six
deaths occurred on the Mohave desert
last week from the excessive heat.
-L SfXO'Cormsn and John Oirdcam
in from the capper mines in the Dra
goon mountains last evening juit be
fore the raia commenced.
Governor Franklin has issued
natorial com mission to W. D. H.
Washington, of Pearce, and L. V.
McCourt, of Wilcox.
From a census just takes it has beta
ascertained that there are about 750
snore female voters in Salt Lake City
than there are male voters.
la Oldest riaaea.
People overlooked the importance of
permanently, beneficial effects and
were satisfied with trancient action;
but now that it is rsnerally knewn
that Syrup of Fig will permanently
overcome habitual sssitics.t!9 '
, iafonned people will notbay other lax
atives, which act lot a time, but finally
ajure the y n. - j
Highest Honors World' Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A fa Crape Cream ofTartar Powder.
cjpeue 01 ixtir rnwdei. Fiw .
Ammjiiu. A&ui or any other adulterant, l0
TO BE 'WORKED.
Local Compaav to Begia
Work oil the Telephone..
. The Telephone uriue located near
the Grand Central South, and former
ly the property of Mr. John Watmu
but now owned by J. Murray Baily,
has been bouded by a local rotupauy
onmpesed ol Mr. George Far'iniou,
Allen B. Englith, Que Barron and M.
D. Scribuer, all of Tombr.ion, whu
propose le eomsjruce operstfons at
eacf, in fact they have already begun
by erecting a whim and deiog titUur
preliminary work, which when com
pleted will place them in a position t'
biu extracting ore. A few men will
be put to work at fint, but the work
ing force will be increased as rapidly
as requirements will justify.
The Telephone is said to be a good
property, from which in early dys
large amounts of rich ore has been ex
Of those of the company who now
havebe bond on this property two of
the gentlemen, Mr. Parriogton and
Mr. Barron ar practical miner of
lung experience, and their judgment
on a mining proposition good, and on
which the company has be u formed
they will have charge of the working
of the min and under their manage
ment good results may be confidently
This is the initiatory step toward
the resumption of mining in the
Tombstone mining district and
confidentially expect to see other
mines taken hold of and made pro
ducer of the precious metal a in the
The Prospector wishes the new
company success" and predicts that
many men will be working on the
Telephone before the beginning cf the
"We bad an epidemic of dysentery ia
this vicinity last summer," says Samuel
S. Pollock, 'of flriccland, Cal. "I was
taken with it and suffered severely until
someone called my attention to Cham
berlain's Colic, Cbotera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. I procured a bot'lc and felt
better after the first dose, llefore one
half of the bottle had been used I uas
welL I recommended it to my friends
and their experience was the same. We
all unite in saying tt is the best." for
sale by Druggists.
Three day eastern mail was re
ceived last night at the postotfice.
whereupon our weather prophet tb-
served that it be" three days before we
Joseph C. Perry one of Tucson's
legal light accidentia locked himaelf
in tu Treasurers off ce jeelerday and
bad to b rescued from bis perilous
position by the Sheriff.
The Vidctte tays that Bucky OTi'eil
has made many friends throughout
the Territory by his manly course in
coming out flatfooted for the Demo
cratic silver candidate.
It is reliably announced that the
Mammoth mine will shortly start
work ajain. The company has been
reorganized in London and expects to
begin operations soon. Citizens.
At Tucson during the recent sUrms
the tall smoke rtsek of the Electric
Light Co., became loosened .at it
base and was blown from it position
becoming a threat of destruction to
Chairman Fickai announce that
the Democratic territorial convention
will be held Sept. Sib. This wiil give
ample lime for congressional aapirants
to make their canvas.
Nathaniel Hswke, deputy U. S.
Marshal is in town packing up his
household etfect preparatory to mov
ing to Tucson where he will make his
future heme wiu hi family.
Negotiation for the groat Chino
ranch near Lot Angeles, contains 25,
000 acres, to an English syndicate has
been about completed. The putebaee
price is said to be $1,000,000.
"Nothing from our Biabee correspon
dent today and tbe supposition is that
I the storm last night ha delayed the
moving of trains, and the jtme will
apply to tbe N. M. A A. as no stage
arrived up to time of going to press.
Tbe Republicans remark that the
farmers who have been lamenting the
dry season are sow lamenting that
there is too much water. Now In
stead of praying for rain they ar
kicking because it won't let up reining I
The deluge has made tbe grain sUnd-
,B "a ld suffer.
The iiuter ol TbeuLx and thus
sojourning here have taken initial
step towards forming a union. A
meeting was held last luturday at
which thirteen signed the roll. They
meet again next Sunday. Gazette.
The South ia not lor sale; neither
ia the west, uven If the p!e-couuter
fellow di 1 fall down at St. Louis: aud
let it bo known that there are good
free silver men in the at, and they
will btcorue ni'irj cumu-ou from this
Salt Klvnr is reported as raising six
feat in one day Tuesday and all the
smaller streams aud canal ruuniag
bank full all over Maricopa county,
cauting considerable damage among
Catre? S.r II.NiJ.aebe.
As a remedy for all forms of Head
ache Elect rio Bitters has proved to be
the very beat. It. effee'e a perman
ent cure aud the most dreaded hab
itual sick headache yield toils influ
ence. We urge all who are afflicted
to procure a bottle and give this rem
edy a fair trial. In case of habitual
constipation Electric Bitters cure by
giving the nee ed tcr.e to the bowels
and few esses long resist th ue of
this medicine. Try it once. Fifty
cents and 41.00 at Tombstone and
any Drug Store.
Heavy Downpour Last Night
For Ten Hoars.
Yeterday abnut dusk tb clouds
btan to gather in the southeast until
about cine o'clock when th rais be
gan to gently fall inereaiing in velum
until well en toward morning. In all
something like ten hours of constant
downpour was had. This has been
the heaviest continous rain of the
seaten and it wae geueral covering all
points of the cempasa, giving th
country a thorough soaking, enuring
a bounteous grass crop and fillinr all
th water holes and small streams
sverywherr. If there was any ssction
where ths rain appeared lb heaviest
it was aloiiz the San Pedro river
country when- the clouds .were dense
and lay cl t to tha ground. The light
ning was blinding at times and the
peals of thunder aounded like the
distant roar of artillrey. At Jaisbee
and t the southeast the fall was very
heavy and of long duration, the storm
coining from thai direction and as us
ual pasting off lu a northwstrly
These rains ar of daily oecursns
anl are unu.ually heavy. The indi
cations at present are that this will
be th moitprcsperju ytar for stork
growing that we have had sine '81'
and that year is referred to by cattle
men as th greatest in production of
range feed ever known in this section
of the country. Truly every thing
points to a pretptrous future for the
ountry at large and for Arizona ia
VY. H. Hebtly has confessed to
being the person who atWmptad to
blow up the CaHnet saloon alPrescott
recently. His reason far doing so
was jealously of his brother for being
out riding with Bertha Stern a way
Th firt rain of any consequence
which has viiited the Needles for three
year fell last Wednesday night, th
small atreams run bank full and the
yard in ths town were covered with
debris from the flood, say the Minr.
It is fast climbing np to the time
whencandidatf s should announce their
intention of m miog for office aud to
make known the particular office they
would like to haye. An office that i
not worth setkfng is not worth bar
Oaring to the hsavy rains at Bowie
the latter part uf last week, says the
Vallev News, the S. P. Co's track be
tween Wilcox and Bowie waa washed
out Sunday to snob an extent that a
train of wort men were taken up to
repair the damage. By Monday noon
however, trains were again funning on
The cattleman of -the vlly who
durinc the put yar sold off their herds
at a very low figure and abandoned
their ran ceo are now kicking them
selves. The protest rains are putting
tbe range in better hsp than they
hve bi n for year and cattle by fall
can be taken direct from the mountain
and shipped to th mirkets without
expense of fattening them ia the
valley and owing to the scarcity
which is invetebl thi fall they will
bring good price. Those cattlemen
who kept their herd are to U eon.
BuildiBg Substantial Houses-
A Gla.ce in the Fature.
Peaice is truly hating a building
booui, there ar several n-w houses lu
courfc ef oonstruotion at pteseut and
ethers in contemplation. Messrs
Oat aud Fulghum have the founda
tion laid for 50iC0 foot adobe building
which they will complete a oon as
the rain are over so that they can
finish making the adohef, &.00 of
which are new on the ground. These
gentleman have in inaugurated tho ere
ction of better and more substantial
olasa of buildings and other will fol
low their example as soon the oon
dition will permit.
The town is well laid oat th. main
street being 80 feet wide and the
erors street or alleys as they are
called ar 40 foot wide. The property
owners will soon begin building fences
and planting out trees, shrubbery and
ere long Pearce will present a beauti
ful and homelike appearance a well
aybeinga thriving businci town.
The company are pushing work iu
the mine as rapidly possible and
taking out a large qnaatily of high
grad ore, 40 teams being engaged in
hauling the same from the mine to
the railroad for transportation to the
smelters. These teams make th
round trip eveiy two day and from
tLit some idea can be had of the
amount of work thatia being done at
th great Pearce mine.
St. Louir T. M. Patterson of Colo
rado, this morning received the fol
lowing telegram from O. Bsntwell, of
"The-Populists of South Texas will
fight for silver under the banner ol
Bryan and Sewall. The disciples of
Webb Flannigsn can keep in tho mid
dle of the road until doom'day,"
Mr. J. W. Venable, of Downey a
pioneer of Los Angeles County, Cal.,
say: 'Whenever I am troubled with a
pain in the stomach or with tli.irrhoea I
use Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. 1 have used it for
-years, know.it to be a reliable remedy
and recommend it to every one. r or
sale by Druggists
Tots will tUd en eottpoam
lartsj ma two mac tf
v&4 tun momponm tusld aU
fbrnr ) tf of Bxk
wall Dmrluux. Bay m tag
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DEAT iER I3NT
MINERS' 'AND! RANCHERS' SUPPLIES
TENTS AND WAGON COVERS! BUCKEYE
l and r oci aa4
trid ri Cw aal-f
JOS. HOEFLEPe PPOP:
In tbe National Astemb'y Knights
of Labor at Washington on the 12ih
of November last, in hi adJress Mas
ter Workman Sovereign said that th
banks had been in tbe habit ol boy
cotting farmer and laborer to pro
duce results, and added that in their
recent lexion at Atlanta they turned
their batteries against greenbacks and
treasury not and demanded tbe
destruction of all forms of govern
ment money not under their abnolut
supervision and sontrol and iutistod
on their light to issue and supply the
people with the currency of the cuun
try a proposition which, if put into
effect will force the industrial masses
into absolute slavery to the money
lending classes and will enable the
associated banks to eontract tbe cur
rency at will, reduce price, stagnate
business, turn labor into tbe streets,
foreclose mortgages aud confiscate
collaterals until the liberties of the
people are gons forever and labor so
reduced in eirsumstances that organi
zation and re anjuatment will be ren
BUCKLIN'S AHNlCA SALVE.
The best salve in tbe world for cuts
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eiuptions and pos
tively cures Piles, or no payment requir
ed it is guaranteed to give peefect stis a
facti'in or money refunded. Prices 50
cents per box. For sale at Tomb ion
ever taste fresh tea ? Do
you know that delicacy of
tea-flavor that not one in a.
thousand in America knows,
and that not one in ten thou
sand in Japan is unacquainted
Did you ever taste tea in
Japan, or Schillings Best in
America ? They are the same.
Tea, roasted in Japan, is
not Japan tea to you here, any .
more than English mutton
is English except while it is
Schilling's Best money
back tea at your grocer's.
Schillings Beit coffee, baking-powder,
soda, spices, asd flavoring-extracts,
are also money-backed.
A Schilling Sf Company San Francisco
d no other;
pains in tae bacar. aide. cues:, or
the host of counterfeit nd imita- K
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P. B. WARNEKROS,
His Mammoth Stock Ot
Boots & Shoes
Mining & Farm
ALL HILL BE SOLD AT COST.
GOODS ALL FRESH AND NEW
oehiss County. No Trout n"
convince Youraeljoj 77te
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