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ally exept Sunday. Paclfi- time.
J. J. Fkit OnerU Mturr.
A. NAOCLC, L. H. Albcht.
Assist t General Manirer. Train Master.
MARICOPA PHOENIX R. R.
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J. H. Honshku, Gen. Sapt.
hUrer it quoted at 68J
City Council meet tonight.
LAST MGllT'S MEETING.
Ortranization Effected and
I The me tine, at the court hcue lait
evening was called to order hy Chair
man A. L. Grow, who stated thatth
object 'of meeting m to organize a
bimetallic club to work during pri-i't-iit
campaign ia all lion m bio ittjt lo
lutther the interest of rilvrr.
Scott White was ciiue sicro'ary of
tbs meeting, and A. Wenlwortli ttcu
Amotion wns maJr bj C.S.CUrk
that a committee of flro be pt ointeu
by the chair bu coinu.oiiou and by
laws. The chairman appniuted as such
committee: C. 6. Clark, A. II. Eman
uel, H. S. Gordon, Henry Duuker and
M. D. bcribner.
Oa motion, the temporary chairaaan
and secretary were made permanent
officers of the olub.
Tha secretary circulated a paper
for signers, and nearly every per ton
in th room signed the roll and so the
Touabatonft Silver Club starts oil with
a good membership, 55 citizens becom
The meeting was compo'ed of our
best citizens, waa entirely con-parli-zen,
and sole objct u to work in and
out of season for the advancement of
The meeting adjourned to meet at
th court house Saturday evening at
S o'clock, when the committee on con
stitution and by-laws will make their
ruiuiru a-aaaa aaAam.
An old, well-tried remedy. Mr
Vinslow' Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty j ears by :!.'.". !
mothers lor their children whilo teeth
ing, with perfect s'icceg. It soothes
the child, softens thn um, alUys nil
pain. cur wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhoei. I! is pleasant
to the taste. Sold by druggist tn
every part of the world. Twenty-five
cents a bottles Its value is incalcu
lable. 15 c sure and 19 k for Mr. Win
clow's Soothing Syrup, and take
no other kind.
A 0. U. VT. Meet tonight.
B. A. Packard is visitor to county
eat from bis cattle on the San Pedro.
Sherift Fly and wifa left yesterday
far a short sojourn in the country.
Mr. August Joerrs, the pioneer jew
eler ef Biibee.isa visitor to the county
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Schilling's Best ia strong, like other
pure tea: but it does not teem strong
it pleases and in piret in a mora subtle
9 aa 9
Clerk W. A. Harwood is busy put
lice; the finishing touches to the
attttirnent roll at revised by ih board
The picnio party composed of Mrs
C. S. Clark and daughter. Miss Nellie,
and Ed Tarbell returned home yesler
terday afternoon, greatly pleased with
their outtng, but at brown at berries
Closing out an overstock of st :
and wire nails ard Corrugated Roof
inK,Ko.81 10d,20d,40d and GOd steel
and wire nails, per keg, $4.25; No. 27
Corrugated roofingr, painted, 7 and 8
tft lengths, 3.65 per equare. The
above prices are delivered at Fairbank
A. T. rnxE. Terms cash. Addrrss
Geo. B. Mar.h, Nogales, A. T. j27w
1st Oldest riats.
People overlooked the importance of
permanently beneficial effects and
were satisfied with trancient action;
but now that it is generally known
that Syrup of Figs will permanently
overcome habitual constipation, well
informed people will not buy other lax
ativas, which act for a time, but finally
ajure the system. J
rfighest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MAD?..
k pure Grape Cream of TarUr Powder. Fre
fceei Ammonia. Akin or any other adurtensat
4Ct YEAKS THE STANDARD.
A man named Edmund MsGinnis
met with an accident at Yuma Thurs
day which cost him his life. He was
hauling a load of furniture and fell
from the wagnn, the wheels pasting
over h"s chest, crushing him is a hor
The Empitn Smelting company at
Crittendea will no', clore down as was
expected since the death of Col. Fitz
gerald. Instructions were received
from headquarters to continue tha
work on the lines laid down by the
Among the numerous persons who
have been cured of reheumatism by
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, mention
should b: made of Mrs. Emily Thotne,
of Toledo, Wash., who says: "I have
never been able to procure any medicine
that would relieve me of rheumatism like
Charnberlain's Pain Ba'm. I have also
us;d it for lame back with great snecess
It is th: b:st liniment I hive ever used,
and I take pleasure in recomnendin it
o m tnenis." For sal; by Druggists
Tucson will soon have another im
portant industry in operation, A com
pany sat recently farmed to work the
Santa Rita marble quarries. The
marble is said to be superior to any
produced in the United Statts west of
tha Allegheny mountains. Excellent
marble abounds in Cochise county and
similar industries awaits'capital.
Flagstaff h'un: AE.Douglas arrived
on Saturday. Hs has charge of the
business end of tbe Lowell observatory,
and this week, with a large force el
men, he is superintending the nn
loaeMag of a earletd ef apparatus for
the observatory. The machinery for
tbe new 24-inch telescope is mas-ive
and it will take ten days or two weeks
to put it in position. Mr.Ixwll will
be here with the glass about the time
tbe aiparatus is ready,
From a letter written by Kev. J
Gundrrman, of Dimondale, Mich., wc
are permitted to make tbU ej tract:
'I have no hesitation in recommend
ing Dr. King's NcwDiscoTdry, a the
results were almost marvelous in the
case of my ife. While I wm ptor
of tbe Baptist Church at Hirer's unc
tion ahe was brought down with
"Pneumonia succeeding La Grippf.
Terrible paroxysms of cougbint: would
last boars with little interruption and
it teemed as if she could not survive
them. A friend recommended Dr.
Kiag's New Discovery; it was quick in
its work and highly satisfactory in re
sults." Trial bottles free at Tombstone
and any Drug; Store. Begular size
r. Price Creaa Baklsc Pewefcf
sirPsar Waal at M 1 III I Wsliaw
A diepatuli ftoin Sau FtauciM h
the following of a form, r Tonibs toner:
David Nagle, ex United States Mnrshsl
who killcj.1 Jur'go Terry some jeara
ago whilo acting at a body guard to
Justice S fphen J. Field, tot into an
altercation wuli Janice II. Bariy editor
of the Star, a 'weekly p-iprr, on Mont
gomery sweat yesterday. Iu the lust
issue of, the Star Harry published the
biography of Nagle, in which thn
latter' rfcord and charaoier were
.eirvly ciitiuzed. Nale up Led if
fUrry wi the author of the article in
iu tlibCHur. Barry replied that lie was
responsible for it. "Then takp this,"
slid Nogle, spitting faur times in
15rrj '. fac. Barry struck at Ngle.
Tbu latter with a hand on his own hip
imckit t-.id, "Now fill your hand."
Krn ortia" You are a coward and I
am nut." The bystauders interfered
and the men were separated before any
blows could be exchanged.
'1'he UUeurery MAvoctltUI.IIe.
Mr. U. Caillouette, Druggist, Beaver
sville, I1L, says: "To Dr. King's New
Discover I one my life, Was taken
with La Grippe and tried all the phy
sicians, bnt of no avail and was given
up and told I could not live. Havine
Dr. King's New DUcovery in my store
I sent for a bottle and began its use
and from the first dose began to get bet
ter, and after using three bottle was up
and a!out again. It is worth tU
weight in gold. We won't keep store
er house without it." Get free tjall
t the Tombstone Drug Store.
OUR CATTLE INTEREST..
A Subject which Learis to Oar
"Mr.'W. C. Land, of Cochise county,
one of th tmvii rti -to ;
Arizona, i in Tucson on an infri-qti'nt
business Ui. The Star sas Mr.
Land's range is the Babocomari, ex
Undinp for thirty er forty csilrs along
the western line of Conhia? county
and running back to the hilla at
depths varying from five to eight
milei. The sales fram the range dur
ing tha l-tst season have amounted to
24,000 hoe.d. Mr. Land is a buyer
raiher than a teller or breeder of ct-tlt-10
that hid view of tb outlook for
cattlemen for the coming year is tafcen
from a different point than that occu.
pied hy the raiser of cattle to whom a
scarcity of cattle always meant a high
er price. Mr. Land figures as fo'lows,
that the first important change affect
ing; cattle interests must first become
manifest in the great meat markets.
When cattle are bought up as feeders
on Arizona ranges at $15 ahead, ship
ped to California ranges at a cent for
transportation of 3. Then tkey are
pastured for another ear on ranges
worth from f 10 to ?60 an acre. In
this way beef is hung on butcher's
hooks at A cents a pound,
Mr. Land's presence suggests to the
SUr something which has. certainly
not occurred to him, that he wonld
make exodlentconcrcssional material
The cattle interests of Arizona are
among the largest of territorial inter
ests, and every othrr one has had at
one time or another a representative
of its own c!a,a. 'The law can not
reasonably claim any more represen
tation than it has had. Mining, agri
culture, commerce and jnurnali mi
have been represented so that itreetns
proper that all of these may now give
Beside Mr. Land is a.f Democrat of
the old school which though for a
time seemed obsolete, it on top again
and he is in full accord with all things
in which a very large majority of
Arizomans, Democrats and Bnpub
liaut are interested.
j A secret
Most everybody makes tea
wrong boils it It ought
not to be boiled a second.
The water it is made with
should come to the boiling
point and not boil any
There is a certain sparkle
in all good water. Prolonged
boiling takes out that sparkle.
B ut the reason you should n't
boil tea is : boiling gives you
the unnic acid, the harsh con
stipating part of tea.
Get Schilling's Besl(monty
backtea)and follow directions.
Also pure and money-backed: Sckit
Knji'tjttstcofCee, baking-powder, soda,
spices, and flavoring extracts.
ASchiUimg& Company San Francisco
The U, S. Gov't Reports
shwrReyml Baking .Pnwtlar.
Notos of Interest fojin Oi r
Dr. E V. Rowe who has been at
tending to Dt. GaflV practice while he
hat bten vitiling in Cnlifortiia has
been vry sick and night before last
was njl expected to litp, but we learn
todav that he i uiuoh better.
Although the citizens of Arizona
cannot vote .'or pretidrnt jet they
cef m to take just as much interest in
the election (or mort) than they do in
other places where they can, and little
group-s of men can be seen on our
street cormrs by night and in tha
shady places by day earnestly discuss
ing the free eil.r proposition and
uttering words of encourgment for
Bryan and what ho represents.
Dr. Gaff, wife and son returned from
a months trip to California. Part of
time wa9 spent in San Franci.to
where the Doctor visitoi the principal
hospitals there and witnessed quite a
number of very difficult and interest
ing surgical operations which he eays
has paid him well for his trip, l'jrl
of the time was spent on Catalina
Island which he calls tbe Paradise of
ths Pacific Cai-t where all enjiyed
tbenuclvca to full extept.
Mr. Deatty and family leavo this
eveniug for Tucson where they will
make tht-ir future home. There many
friends here regret t'leir departure.
Send your address to H. E. Bucklen fc
Co , Chicago, and get a (re: sample box
ofDr. King's New Life P.lls. trw
will rnnvmce vou of their "ti.ns. These
p.lls are easy in action and are partic
ularly effective in the cure of constituti
on and sick headache. For malaria and
luer troubles, they have been proved in
valuable. The) are guaranteed to be
perfectly free from tvtty deletenojs sub
stance and to be purely vegetable. They
do not weaken by their action, but by
givinij ton to the stomach and bowels
greatly invigorate the system Regular
sue 25c per box. Sold by Tombstone
and Uisbee druggists.
THE NEW HOOK SPOON FKEE.
1 read in the Christian Standard that
Miss A.M. Fritz Station A, St Louis,
Mo, would give an elegant plated
hook spoon to anyone rending her 10
2-cent stamps. I sent for one and
found it so useful that I ehowod it to
my friends and made $13 in two hours
taking orders. The hook spoou is a
household nccesity. It cannot slip
into the dish or cooking vessel, being
held in place by a hook on the back.
Anyone can gat a sample epoon by
sending ten 2 cut stamps to Miss
Fritz. Thisisaepleudul way lo make
n oney around home- Wry 'ruly,
is it dead ?
. The Brooklyn Eagle is one
of the most careful a'nd in
telligent American papers. .If
you do not believe it, send
for a copy and judge for your
self. Here is what it says
about colored tea:
"This whole business of adulteration
fn our food and drink has gone too ftr.
It is one of the meanest and most con
temptible forms of cheating, and one
that occasions more illness than we
probably realize. If the foreigners will
not sond in honc-t measure and honest
goods, let the protectors of our health
hold another Boston Tta. Party, and
snake an example that the poisoners
will remember. New York harbor
would hold a good deal of alleged
You needn't be so violent
as our forefathers had to be.
There is an easier and sim
pler remedy for everybody:
Schillings Best, pure and
money-back tea, at your gro
cer's. Good food, good life; ScWtin'i
Eeil coffee, baking -povder. soda,
spices, seasoning, tHvoriiis-cxtracl
pure and mocev hacked.
ASthillmgiSf Company Sin Franciico
Uisbee, July 30th, I806.
At a meeting of the PeoDte's Party County
Central Committee ot Cochise county i I rurby
callett to meeita B sbee on August I3ili. iS;6.
for the se'reti cf e:;ht dslrgatrs io ittrtd
the territorial tonvent on t-v be held in Phoenix
August 20th. 189S, also to set the elite for
holding pnnanej for the election of delegates
to a countT convention uhich shvll nominate a
People's Pirtr tidcrt, aixt for the transaction
of such other budness as may be brousht before
it. H. E. Pass ar. Chairman,
G. M. Pobtek, Scccetary
ACHANCETO MAKE MONEY.
I hive berries, grapes and peaches
a year old, fresh as when picked. 1
use the California Cold prne-. Ho not
heat or eeal the fruit, just put it up
cold, keeps perfectly fresh, aid cost
almost nothing; cau put up a burhel
iu ten minutes. Last week I eOld
directions to overl20 families; anyone
will pay a dollar for direction, when
they sf 0 the beautiful sampl a of fruit.
As thero ar many people poor like
mjself, I consul-r it my duty to give
my experience to such, a id feel con
fident any one can make one or two
hundred dollars round homo in a few
day. 1 wpl mail sample of fruit and
complete directions, to any of 'your
readnrs, fo- eighteen tiyo c nt atamp,
which is only tbe acltinl co"t of the
sample, postage, tc. to me,
13t. FRANCIS CASEY, St Louis, Mo.
NHIEALOIA cared by Dr. Mites' Para
Fills. "Onecest anosu." At all arucsist-
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Verio l-atr Hichtst Awa.d.
P. B. WARNEKROS,
CLOSING QUU !
His Mammoth Stock Cf
Boots & Shoes
Mining & Farnv
BE SOLD AT
SBBBeWaVa T . n - v -
1 VYMTal . tt?i-
Yon rlll And one coupon
tiufde ccli tro ounce bf
and two conpont Inside each
four ounce bag of Black
well Durham. Uny a baf;
of tata celebrated tobacco
and read tbe coupon which
(lvea a lUt of Talnablv pre
ants and Stow to st them.
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VVS-..-AX 1 II
: &CSmA CJTtkjgilB
VW We T I mT" J r.1 aaaWt Sat
CLEARANCE - SALE,
GOUDS ALL FRESH AND NEW
CORNER 0TH & PEEMONT STREETd.
MINERS' fAND RANCHERS' SUPPLIES
TENTS AND WAGON COVERS,' BUCKEYE
Jbri 5fi Cm ant-
1 PLKKKNTB, in CXLSBBA1KO
JOS. HOEFLEP. PROP.
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We Respectfully Solicit The Trade oj All Residents 0
Cochise County, tfo Trouble lo Show Goods. Callkand
Convince Yourself of Tie
We Mean Business,
-gLxxd TrtTiU sell AjT
GIVE US A call:
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