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AUGUST 3 '8tM5
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
XIZONA SOUTHEASrERN R. R.
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SOUTHERN PACIFIC R.
xt.loamjL" ....Bensn Ar 5.40pm
;.im! ....Tucson )7.o$pni
6.03 am! ....Maricopa !jt0wospni
11.55pm Yum I 3.35 am
1.45mm' ....Los An; elf 1 ... I 100pm
Sua Set. Limited, tt bouad, Mon4v and
a miayaS.1, Beaioii
Hun Set, t. mit! west kauri!, Wlneadafa an
taturdara, 4.0V BtnMii
NEW MEXICO 4 ARIZONW
t.5 a m
Lv .... BmtAR . . .
..... Fairtnnk ..
.... Crittenden .
.... Ca'abaus .,
10.40 a m
12 top m
ally except Suadar. Ptdii:tlme.
I. J. FEt General Mtmeer.
A. Naugle. L. H. ALBcur.
Assist t GenertI Maiarer. Train Ma$t-r.
MARICOPA & PHOENIX R R.
North stations Soslh
I pra Lt Phoaix Ar a ooam
i,5pm .Terspe 12011a
0,00pm .... .Kyreoe 1155pm
,ajpui atcaton 13 30pm
8.45pm .....Marie pa 1310pm
ti H. lIoxviElx, Geo. Supt
Silver It quoted at C8
Delicious! Shillings Beat tea, made
according to direction-,
Supper ii tolerable with cheap tea.
It is delightful whb Schilling's Beit.
rat cattle will be plentiful on the
raages in Arizona this fall, and great
returai will be realized by cattle men.
A alight wreck occured yesterday on
other tide ei Wilcox. A broken journ
al brought a freight train to a stand
till. A track waa built around it to
that the wet'.bound passenger proceed
ed on time.
Ollie Lawrence, formerly an opera
linger on a FlagaUS root garden, took
a dose of morphine, suicide size, aud
went out to die in the streets of Phcs
ix. A stomaoh pump intercepted
Closing out an overstock of at 2
and wire nails ar-d Corrugated Roof
ing, No. 8d lOd, 20d, 40d and COd steel
and wire nailt. per keg, $4.25 ; No. 27
Corrugated roofing, paint!, 7 and 8
feat lengths, JJ3.G5 per square. The
above prices are delivered at Fairbank
A. T. teks. Terms cash. Addrs
Geo. B. Marth, Nogales.A.T. j27w
The board of supervisor at Phoenix
completed their labors as a board at
equalization. The toUl assessed valua
tion of prof erty in that county this
year foots up f 8,?19,7i7.
la Oldest rimes.
People overlooked the importance of
permanently beneficial effects and
ware satisfied with trancient action ;
but now that it is generally known
that Syrup of Figs will permanently
overcome habitual constipation, well
informed people will n6t buy othr lax
at!, which act for a time, but finally
njure the system. J
tllgbect Hoaors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADS.
A pore Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Pre
fceta Ammeota, A km or any other adulterant
4" TEAK TW STANBAJUL
IN SPITE OP IT.
An Arizin Celestial aad His
Yuu Cang, a pig tailed resident o!
Xogales, fill in love with a fair aenor
ita named Enperanta Fri-). The af
fection u returceJ. Trm laws of
Arizona are cruel and forbid tbe mar
riage of a celestial and the daughter
The celestial trird to procure a mar
riage license in Piuta county anil w
refused; nothing daunted the deciple
of Confutctna tried to procure tie
nrceisary paper from Probate Julte
Bradley in this county but hid hopes
ware,agaln shattered by another re
fusal. The loving couple were determined,
howevtr, an.l took the train fsr New
Mexico, where there is no Kw to keep
apart loving hearts. Tbey arrived in
Lordsburg and the 1 Paso Herald says
ialeiSgtban fifteen minutes Judge
McQrath had lined them in bonds
which only the disttict court can
The couple will rsturn to Arizoua
and live at Nogales.
FOB OVCB HITT VEABs.
Au old, well-tried remedy. Mr
Winslow'a Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers lor their children while teeth
ing, with perfect succes. It soothes
tbe child, softens the Kum, allays all
pain, cures ind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrnoea. 11 is pieasani.
to the taste. Soli by druggWt in
erery part of the world. Twenty-five
cents a bottles lie value is incalcu
lable. Be sure and sk for Mr. Win
sloe's Soothing Syrup, and take
no other kind.
Miss Mary Moore the charming
daughter of Peter Moore o! White
River who hat been visiting Tomb
ttene for the past several days the
guest of Mrs. W. O. Abbott left this
morning for a short visit to Biabee.
Yesterday wan the birthday of Depu
ty Marshal U.ks. A curious thing
about his anniversaries is tint they
are all attended by rain. "His atten
tion was attracted to it seven years
ago and he doesn't know but all his
previous birthdays were similarly cele
E. E. Ellinwood, United States dis
trict attorney for Arizona, reotived
notice that the government would
allow a clerk in his office at Phoenix
at a salary of $900 per annum. It is
probable that Frank M. King will ac
cept the position.
The city editor of the Albuquerque
Democrat attended a party and says
one of the young ladies waa dressed in
a red shirt, and now heteyche intend
ed to write it "shirt," and wishes he
was dead, Gtzettr.
Tbe telegraph office at Pntano was
struck by lightning Saturday, says the
Star, Two person were knocked
down but soon recovered. The wires
this side of the office were burned off
but it ere quickly repaired.
Prof. F. J. Netherton, ex-supeinUn-dent
of publio instruction for Ari
zona, has accepted the position of
superintendent of ccbools at Yuma
for tbe coming school year. He is oue
of the foremost educators ot the west.
Oicar Regerj.the train robber under
sentence of death at Florence, has
been sentenced to bang'Sept II. This,
should he os executed, will be the first
hanging under the law which pre
scribes capital punishment for train
Uneasiness ia felt for the safety of
Henry Hortsman the German cyclist
who is touring the world. He was in
Phoenix some time ago and lft for
Los Angeles, but has not arrived there
yet. It It feared that he nwy Jiav
perished on tbe Saltnn desert.
The Rincon Weekly, which has all
along shown a warlike tendency for
one Allen Kelly, makes tlu fi-llowing
imquiry: "By tbe way, what has be
come of that malodcr u reptile, Alleu
Kelly f Not as we care, but limply to
dezaoostratsbo-qsicklyhi k --
appear from public notice.
Owing to the inclemsnt and threat
eiing weather Saturday night the Sil
vtr Leaguu meeting rthLU w. calUd
at the Ceurt Houte prevented any
business being transacted other than
forming an organiza'ion and adj urn
ing until Wednesday night when it is
to bo hoped the weather will be favor
able to rxtraoil of a larfe attendance.
Tbe meeting was called to order by S.
M. Barrow. Organizaliou was per
fected in placing A. L. Grow at chair
man and Clerk Scott White aa arcre
lart. It was suggested and later a
motion carried that adjournment be
taken until Wednesday the attend
ance, soate 20 or 25, not bcio consid
dercd a fair representation of the
number who would be on band would
the we'her permit. Accordingly ad
journment was taken until that day.
A great many cams straggling toward
the Court Ho'iso after adjournment
and rould easily have bean 40 or 50
present, as it was, had the meeting
continued in session. A large aad
enthutiastio meeting is looked for on
Wednesday night and everyone should
join to help the geed eaute.
JAILED FOR A JACKASS.
Han Takes Womaa'u Place on
the Chain Gang.
Tayment of debts is sbout as prac
Ileal a test of honesty as caa be aug
gasted in this more or less dishonest
world. Rather an unique instance of
such honesty occurred in the Pheaix
police department the past week, ac
cording to the Republioan. One of
Sonora's olive hued tigneritas had dis
turbed the virtuous quiet ot block 41
and received in constqusacea sen
tence of five daya in the city bastile.
Aftor whiting away two-fifths of her
term she waa surprised to find herself
A Mexican man bad persuad'ed.tbe
city marshal to incarcerate him in
plcsssf ths tbfeiuan. Ko served out
the remaining three days of her sen
tsnee, working bard on tbe chain
gang, aad then want forth without ap
parent consciousness of any jail taint
c'inuiig to htm. It appeared that he
ir.Tcu the woman on account ot a burro
I urchased from ber and had no
tuaaiis ef payment. When he beard
she waa in jail he volunteered to be
come her substitute and bydoiogso
obtained $3 credit upon his indebted
ness. We cannot help idly (peculating
whether any while mau would spend
three daya in a city jail to pay $3 on
account of a jackass obligation.
MUs Fannie Mauk who will be re
membered by many Tonibstooites hav
ing lived here with ber parents for
many years but new a resident of
Arizola is to be married on Aug. 9th
te Tho. J. Marks S. P. Agent at Oaaa
Grande. The PaosrECTOR extends
Nick Neble was stung just below
tbe right eye last night by some intact
and immediately that optis was hidden
fiom tiew by a swelling tnat essususd
the shape of a baseball, showing that
tbe sting or bite was poisonous. Lo
tions were applied and tbe swelling
reduced. Today be is again all right
and congratulating himself that it was
There was held yesterday at tbe
ffioa of Governor, according to lbs
Gazette, the initial meeting of tbe
board to leae tbe school lands of Ari
zona, under the late act passed by
con ress. The board bow consists of
Governor Franklin, chairman; T. E.-
Dalton, secretary, and C. M. Bruce,
member. Aneiner meeting will be
held in the near future, with a desire
to comply with the provisions of ths
An eichaage says it takes a rich
man to draw a r.kerk, a pretty girl to
draw attcbtien,a horee toJraw tbe
cart, a corns plaster to draw the kia,
a toper to draw a cork, a free lunch to
Jraw a crowd and an advertisement
ia your borne paper to draw trade.
assfc "O silt, a
try Pr. KSea az
Ml All 1
Miss Teresa Urres, the "Santa de
Cabora," is still performing wender
ful cures at El Paso. One writer says
a conductor cf tbe Mexican Central
railway came in to tender bis thanks
to Miss Urrea for having cured bim of
insomnia to which be has been subject
for four months and which tbe doctors
bad-declared themselves unable to
care. At the same time he offered
ber as a small sign of gratitude,
handful of money, about $23. Not
withstanding his. repeated prayers
sbe positively refused to aeeept it. He
then offered it to ber sisters, who after
a oroloaged conversation only took f 3
towards the household expenses. For
it must be known that Teresas! house
hold consist of more than twenty per
sons, all of whom she maintains. Many
ol them are orphans who) have bees
adopted by ber.
TO CURE HEADACHE.
Simple "Remedies that Will
Bring Speedy Relief.
"A hot bath, a stroll in thefrrsh air,
shampooing ths head in weak sodawc
ter, or a timely nap in a cool quiet
room will sometimes stop a nervous
headache," writes Dr. B. F. Htrrick in
August Ladies' Home Journal. "When
ing a sponge dipped In very hot water
and pressed repeatedly over tbe back
of the neek between the ears will be
found exceedingly refreshing, especi
ally il the lace and temples are after
ward subjected to tbe same treatment.
Neuralgia is caused uot only by cold
air but but by acidity of the stomach,
starve! nerves, imperfect teeth, or by
indolence combined with a too gener
ous diet. Heat is tbe best and quick
est cure for this distressing pain. A
hot flat iron, pasted rapidly aud deftly
over seveial tolds of flannel laid on
the afftcted spot, will often give relief
in Was than Its minutes, without the
aid of medicine. Hot fomentations
are of equal value; though when tbe
akin is very leader it ia more advisable
to use dry heat, nothing being better
for the purpose than bags of heated
salt, Hour or sand, which retain warmth
for a long time. Cold water, applied
by the finger tips to the nerves in
front of tbe ear, has been kuown to
ditpel ceuralg:o paint like magic.
When caused by acidity a dote of
oharcoal or soda will usually act as a
Sick headache is accompanied by
hilltous symptoms, and attacks utu
ally come on when the person is over
tired or below par pbyoically. This is
a disease of the the first half of life,
and often stops of its own accord after
mid -lie age. A cartful diet is impera
tive in every case, sweetmeats and
paatery being especially pernicious.
THE NEW HOOK SPOON FREE.
1 read 111 l'n Chiietisn Standard that
Miss A. M. Fritz Station A, St Louis,
ilo , would give an elegant plated
hook spoon to anyone sending her 10
z-ceut stamps. 1 sent (or one and
found il so useful that I showed it to
my friends and made $13 in two hours
taking orders. The hook spoon is a'
household necessity. It cannot slip
into tne dull or cooking Teasel, being
held in place by a hook on the back
Anyone can get a sample spoon by
sending ten 2 cent stamps to Miss
fritz. This is a splendid way to make
money around home. Very truly,
M. H. Merrill, a former well known
Cochise county resident, being bishop
ef tbe St. David ward until 16S9 and
who afterwards moved to tbe Gila val
ley, died at Thatcher last week. He
leaves a wife aud 10 children, also hit
father and roo'her both aged 7G end
79 respectively to monrn bis Iojp, to
whom ibePKOsPECTOK joiua in extend
Constable Will Fellows, of Tempe,
arrived in Phoenix from Williams
having in charge a mau who com
mitted rape nearly two years ago on a
15-year-old gitl. Alter the detd the
fellew skipped from the territory, and
a few wetiks ago the Tempe officer
learned of his whercabonte. He was
given a hearing before Justice Mor
ris, who discharged the prisoner for
want ofprosecution, as the mother of
the girl refused to appear against him.
Mrs. Lee Graiit-KcKelvey, ot Fort
Thomas committed suicide by cutting
hr throat with a razor. Sbe first
tried to commit the deed with a case-
knife, but tho weapon being too dull
she seized a bottle of laudanum and
drained the contents. Not tati'fied
with the poison tbe procure i a razor
and nearly aevered her bead from the
How to make tea
better. Whatever your tea
is, don't boil it. Bring your
water to the boiling point. Put
in your tea. Let it stand four
to eight minutes (no longer)
according to the tea. Pour it
off from the leaves into the
cup, or, if you 're not ready to
drink it, pour it into another
pot and keep it hot
This leaves the tannin (the
constipating part) for the slop
bucket no matter what tea
It gives you. in "cheap"
tea, the tea and the poison
used to adulterate it.
In pure tea (Schilling's
Best is the only pure Japan
sold in the United States that
we know of) it gives . you
nothing but tea good for the
stomach, and welcome to the
Schilling's Best at your
grocer's, and your money back
if you want it.
Also pure and money-backed: Sckit
ling's Best coffee, baking-powder, soda,
spices, and flavoring extracts.
A Schilling & Company Sxn Francisco
Major, Wiley, late of Tularoa, went
to Arizona tome time and located,
built a cabin end was living alone.
Not seeing him for some ti-ne, the
neighbors went to the cabin and found
everything all there, but evidently
the major has not been there for some
t me, and he hiu not been heard of
since. It la feared he has lost his life
somejvay. Majir Mosses F. Wiley
as an honorable, upwright man. and
if be has passed away be will be great
ly mourned. Las Cruces Independent
'Ed. C. Montgomery," saya ths Sil
ver belt, "a scotiut who haa traversed
the deserts of Arizona for twenty-five
years, and who knows all the Indian
chiefs, is authority for saying that tbe
Kid, the mo.-l dreaded of all the
Apache desperadoer, has cast his lot
with the Yaquis, and is a sub-chief in
tbe tribe. He is now a familr man,
having two equaws and three child
ren." Montgomery claims that tbe
Kid has not been in Arizona for sev
eral year, and that there is no prob
ability of his ever returning. Masse,
says Montgomery, is the most dan
gerous Indian in southwest, and that
many of the murders attributed to the
ubiquitous Kid were, in realityj het
work of Matte.
P. B. WARNEKROS,
CLOSING QT ! !
His Mammoth Stock Of
Dry Goods .
Boots & Shoes
Mining & Farm
&l m BE SOLD AT COST.
"It is a startling fact that,
almost without exception, the
adulterated teas are dangerous
to health. Some of them are
actually poisonous especially
impure green teas, which con
tain copperas and Prussian
blue.' iVetu York Herald.
DoAmericans really drink
so much poison in their tea.
or do we pay the New York
Herald and other leading
American papers to tell fibs
for us ?
There can be no doubt of
our sincerity about j-our money
back if you don't like Schil
Ask your grocer.
Alio pure and money-backed: SthiU
fag's Best coflc-e, bakinx-pouder.soda,
spices, and flavoring extracts.
A Schilling & Company San Francisco
CLEARANCE - SALE.
GOODS ALL FRESH AND NEW
CORNER oTH & FFEMONT STREETS.
We Respectfully Solicit Ue Trade oj All Residents O
Cochise Ctuniy. No Trouble to Slaw Goods. CtU.anJ
Convince Yourselj of The
MINERS' fAND RANCHERS' SUPPLIES
TENTS AND WAGON OOVERS BUCKEYE
tela Baeda Ccwaaat-
IM fKOVIDJAOMCUi-TUBaL,' IM
J.OS. HOEFLEP. PRy'Rr:i
We Mean Business.
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