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Aatistv t General Mtaarer. Train Mastr.
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Hi. H. Hosshell, Gen. Supt
(silver it quoted at G7 j
W. H. Week it in
the city n a
Do yoa suppose A. Schilling &. Co.
know what they are talking about T
Miss Eva Riley returned latt even
ing from a two week visit to the Hua-chucas.
An item of last night referring to the
progress of Sheriff Fly and posse after
the Nogales robbers, looeted them at
"Skull Pase" should have read "Skele
Governor Franklin la collecting sta
tistics and necessary data for bis an
nual report which document will be
issued in September.
Information from Pheniz is to the
efieet that Governor Franklin it iu
deavoring to have the board of equal
ization assets the railroads to as to
collect from tbsm 950,000 more taxes
&s 2&st ve
The gulches in the hills are full or
placer miners since the recont rains.
One man who has been working a
placer claim near Prescott cleared up
- 80 worth of placer gold in lees" than
m m m
City Editor Davis, of the Chicago
Times, has shook the profesb, and is
wielding tho prospector's pick in Ari
sona. Davis likes this better than
V. Wieldine the blue Dencil in terror nnr
the heads of erratic reporters.
Ib Oldest rimes.
People overlooked the importance of
permanently beneficial effects and
were satisfied with trancient action;
but now that it it generally known
. that Syrup of Figs will permanently
overcome habitual constipation, well
informed people will notbuvothnrlai.
atives, which act for a time, but finally
jure the system. . j
Highest Honors World' Fair,
Line RiderRobsoaKilled From
A telegram from Shetifl Fly ras re
ceived at the t bent's othce late lnl
night giving the sad mof the death
o! Lino Rider B-jbson ho with
Sheriff Fly's potto while having a
fipht with the Koeales bunk tobl rn
wh o were traiUa to SLfUton caojcn
near the New Mexican hue.
Previous telegram tent in by cou
rier showed the posse were hot on the
trail and gaining on the roller until
latt evening unexpectedly tin joe,
which includtd Sheriff Fly oi Cochise,
Sheriff Leather wood ol Pirns, Deputiet
Alvordand Johnson and later joined
by Guard Botun.weru arubushtd, and
nhat transDired is extlained in the
telegram, which is published herewith
and reads a follows :
"Blackjack and gang ambushed us
yesterday, erening in Seleton canyon,
killed Kobton, custom guard. The
first fire killed twu horses and wound
ed another. They got two of om
hcrtes, we two of theirs. Think we
wounded two, not certain, as they were
concealed. It was a stubborn fi jlit.
"Fly and Lkatuxrwood."
Black Jack referred to is the leader
of the cowboys who is belived to li-xve
lead the attempted lioMup.
The killing of Robson shockei the
many friends of the popular and well
kuown guard being well known in
Tombstone having lived here with hl
fannly for some time. Bobson was a
young man but 24 ycars old and
leaves devoted wife and child to
mourn his untimely end and in their
hour of affliction the community ex
tend thsir heartfelt sympathy and
The DUcaverj Mavod Ills Lite.
Mr. U. Uaitlouette, Urugicist, Beaver
tville, I1L, says : "To Dr. King's 'ew
Diecoverj I one my life, Wat taken
with aa Grippe and trieu all the phy
sicians, but of no avail and was given
up and told I could not live. Having
Dr. King's New Discovery in my etore
I sent for a bottle and began its use
and from the first dose began to gel bet
ter, and after using three bottle was up
and about again. It is worth its
weight in gold. We won't keep store
or house -vithout it." Get a free t tall
t the Tombstone Drug Store.
The Los Augeles typographical
union baa issued a circular appealing
to their fellow workmen in southern
California and Arizona to bo; cott the
Los Angeles Times owing to certain
deeds of that paper calculated to dis
rupt the labor organizations.
At the last regular muting of Ari
zona Lodge No. 4, Knights of Pythias,
the following officers were installed
lor tie curreui tru. A. H. zr:
uel, C, C; Wm, Hwris-V. C; G. W.
Swain, Prelate; F. Carlevalta, M.of .;
B. Hatiioh, 11. F.; A. Wenlworlh, M.
Tho dog killer is again abroad in
town and several valuable does have
fallen under the btn of this pernicious
individual. One of hit evident delights
is to poison dogt in their kennel, tak
ing paius to throw the poisoned meat
over bick yards vbich, on the face of
it, characterizee bim as an ingrate,
destitute of human feelings.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
Aptm Grape Cre3.-n of Tatar Powder. Free
ajeca Ammonia, Arun or any other aduKerxs,
40 YEARS TW STAJCXAtC
The board of equdization met yes
terday' but transacted little business.
The complaint of th X. M. & A. rail
road againtt the assessment of the
road was fully discussed and was final
ly decided that the assessment levied
at the June meeting would have le
stand. The board will resume its la
bora this morning. Republican.
The Ptos pectus acknowledges a
basket of iutciout peaches which were
tendered with the compliments of
Miss Uable Swain, the pretty. little
daughter of District Attorney Swam.
The peaches were railed in thegrden
at her home and not one measured
leas than 10 Inehes in circumference
demonstrating thavroductiveness of
our toil and climate and the thought
fuloesa of the young Mies who hat
thus earned the everlasting gratitude
of our entire force.
Ja. Reilly and J. F. Duncan, it
turned yesterday from Biabet where
they had been on attendant rf the
Populist committee meeting held there
to select delegates to the teriitnrUl
convention. They report the com
mittee wan well attended and muoh
interest taken, lha following named
gentlemen were chosen, James fiielly
Cicbard Vincent, Tombvtone; W. M,
Pilf, Frank Pearly, Jack XUthias,
iiubee; William Tumlinron, Psarce;
Keil l'rrfcjon, Dot Dabeze : W. F.
Bitnitig, San IVIro. N
The time for holding primaries for
cl.ooaiiig delegates for the County
oonienti n was set for the 19. h day
of S-ptbmher. The time for holding
tli- county convention was Isft to the
call f the chairman cf the county
FOR OVKtt PIiVTV l'EAKM.
An old, nell-liied remedy. Mr
Winelow't Soothing Svrup has been
used for over fifty ears by million of
mothers lor ilieir children while teeth'
iue. with perfect success. It soothes
the child, toftent the eums, allays all
pain, cures wind colic, and it the best
remedy for diarrhoea. It is pleasant
to the taste. Sold by druggist in
every part of the world. Twenty-five
cents a bottles Its value is incalcu
lable. Be sure and ask for Mrs. Win
aloa's Soothing Syrup, and take
no other kind.
Will Have their Difficulty Set
tled by the Court.
From Pearce comes the repirt of an
f xcitiog encounter between two cit-
leai of the bonanza camp over a game
of cards, and after being arrested the
quarrel was renewed later. The second
setlo being bad while the case was on
trial in the jue'ice court 100m.
The facts at near as can bo gleaned
are mat a ai'pute over a point in a
game of cards arose between the two
play rs and on, to enforce hie inter
pretation of Hoyle on the question,
seized a chair and belabored his oppo
nent over the head. The latter, over
whelm' d ih tho arguments, saw the
point Bi.il It-It, but appealed to Judge
J 'liUMin and the strong protecting arm
of the law which is strenuously op
posed to such rxethodsto elucidates
In due time the wielder of the chair
was brought before the i m pert ur able
magistrate, clothed with power and
vested with authority to enforce the
law at the Pearce branch of this great
U. S. government; the trial proceeded
and all went well unUl the tame deli
rate point upon which the two players
disagreed the night previous, again
became the raomentiout ia.uo and
boue of contention. iJach waxed
wroth in a vigorous presentation of
His honor grew aghast whea a few
moments lat-r the two men where at
each other and the only upholstered
chair belonging to the court was be
ing vigorously utcd as a weapon of
destruction in the hands of the com
plaining witness wlu was earneatly at
work raising a crop of brnites on the
pper portion of bis riralt physiog
nomy. When the particpanta were
seperated, hit honor arose in all
tits majesty and righteous indignation,
casting a glance at the fractured chair
denounced such proceedings and
lectured bisnow thoroughly frightened
disturbers who were now realizing
that they had aroused the just ire of J
the mighty law aad court by sueh
sum -nary and irregular actiont which
was contrary to to the peace of dignity
if all Arizona, His Honor cited both
to appiar for contempt of court and
the original plaintiff it now defendant.
One thonsaod horses died last week
in Chicago from the effects of the heat.
Arizona, on the whole, seems to be
about right. ,
Vi'ginia Fairwilrnot marry the'life
guard who saved her life last week.
For tno reasons. She ww not at
Ne rrt at the time, and her life was
All is Quiet but Afiotlier At
tack is Feared.
The following special from Nogales
wss received today :
There is but little news of the In
diana this morning. Couriers arrive
with reports that the Indians have
scattered and that not more than two
or three can be seen together at any
Theyktepin communication with
each other by means of signal fires.
and it It thought by the citizens of
Nogales that they are planning an
A company of Mexican eoldiers will
be kept at Nogales in the future in
order to guard againtt further sur
prises and for the general safety of the
The two companletof U. S. intantry
that went down Wednesday night re
turned to Huachuca this morning.
The company of cavalry from the
Fort remained at Nogales, with orders
to use every means to suppress the
From a letter written by Rev. J.
Gunderman, of Dimondale, Mich., we
are permit Ud to make tbit extract:
"I have no hesitation in recommend
ing Dr. King's New Discovery, as the
result weie almost marvelous in the
case of my ife. While I wan pastor
of the Bapt'm Church at Rivera Junc
tion she nas brought down with
Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe.
Terrible paroxysms of coughing would
latt hours with little interruption and
it seemed as if she could not survive
them. A friend recommended Dr.
King's New DIcovery; it was quick in
its work ami highly sstisfacsory in re
sults." Trial bottles free at Tombstone
and any Drug Store. Regular size
Bids for surveying and marking the
boundary line between the White
Mountain Inditn reservation and the
Deer Creek coal fields were opeued at
the surveyor general's office, Tucon,
on August 7, and the oontract will be
awarded August IC. It is specified
that the survey shall be completed
and filed in the laud office at Tucson
br November 1.
A. L. Headiieks, the bicycle man,
has again sought mew pastures, It
willb remembered that Hendricks
left here last spring in company with
Harry Brown to lour the states on
wheals. At Red Bluff Hendricks rsn
acrost hit wife whom he deserted
three years previous. be made it
warm for him and he forsook Brown,
taking a wheel belonging to the latter
with him. He went to Redding,
where he thoug'tt he was secure. But
his Nemesis got on bis trail and fol
lowed bim to Redding. He was appris
ed of her coming and slipued far Ore
gon, but the wronged woman is again
after him. Republican.
Nothing is more whole
some. It keeps the faculties
good-natured and in running
Pleasure from society,
friendship, music, art, poetry,
But extravagant pleasure is
dangerous; it urges the fac
ulties beyond their capacity;
it burns them up.
The pleasure you get from
drinking the right kind of tea
is gentle and inspiring and
Schilling's Best is the tea
money-back tea at your
Also pure nricj money backed: Schil
tint's Best-offve, ba'inc-poder,soda,
spices, anu flavonnj: extracts.
4 Schilling GfCompxiy Sen Francizco
"We understand that oit of the
largtat tea-merchant of San Fran
cisco it about to puth the tale of bet
ter tea epe cially Japan tea in the
United States." San Francisco Jour
Mercy knows, we need it badencugbl
But why have they waited so long?
and why all thi hubbub all of a tud
The explanation comes from the
Schilling advertisements themselves,
To succeed iu this big undertaking
the support nf the Japanese govern
ment and chief tetgrovers wss necs
tary; and they diJ not realize the
situation until their fiiscesaful exhibit
at the World's Fair.
That was two years ago; bjt "mills
of the gods grind slowly."
Among the numerous persons no
have been cured of reheuimtism by
Chambetlain' Pain II dm, mention
should be mde of Mirs. Emilv Thome,
of Toledo, Wah., who ay: "1 hive
nevcrbitn ab'e to procure anv m:dictne
that would relieve me of rheumatism like
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. I have also
used it for lame bvck with great siccess
It is ths best liniment I hive ever used,
and I take p'.e isurs in recom-nenlin? it
j my trunJi." For sals by D.-u,jiti
Two Lives Sated
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas of Junction City
I!L, was told by her doctors she had con
sumption and th it there was no hope for
her, but two bottles o! Ur. Kings rsetv
Discovery cured her and she siys it
saved her life. Mr. Thos. Engers, 139
blond 1 ht. bin i-rancisco, suffered irom
a dreadful cold, approaching consump
tion, tried without result everything else
then bought one bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery and in two weeks was
cured. He is naturally trnnkful. It is
such results, of wh-ch these are samples,
that prove toe wonderful emcacy of the,
medicine in coughs and colds. Free
trial bottles at Tombstone and lhsbee
drugstores. Regular size ;oc. and St 00
There is some talk of starting an
other newspaper at Prescott; rumor
had it that it might be a weekly and
independent In politics. 7 lie Courier
makes the following warning: "If
newspaper men were fixed like Kebu-
chadnezar, the more w it' 1 ie a good
one, as grass i not quite u short since
the recent rains. Even sbonld there
be a free coinage of meal tickets at a
ratio of 16 tickets to one typo, the
thiue raizbt dc. But as neither nf
these much to bo desired conditions
exist, there will be a general tighten
ing of belts to take up the vacuum in
printing office peoplu's bread baskets
if the third psper invades this news
PWwinc nut an ftvpratnplr of ate
and wire nails "d Corrugated Itiot
iaz, No.Sd 10J.2CM, lOd and 00! Mr el
and wire nails, per keg, $4.25; No. 27
Corraeated ronfiner, painted. 7 and 8
feet lengths, $3.65 per square. The
above prices are delivernd at Fnirbank
A. T. fiiee Terms cah. Adlr-
Geo. B. Marsh, Nogiles, A . T. j27 w
ARE YOU G0IXG
1E3 A- S T
The Southern Pacific Company
have place on stle at Benson round
trip tickets to points Lorth and east at
greatly reduced rales. Beforu pur
chasing your tickctnCi'.S on sr address
E. S. WEBSTER,
Agent at Boceon,
Or T. H. GoobmaE,
U, P. A. San Francisco.
A dance-at which all Pearae seemed
to be present was held at thu srw
building feiog erected near Norton
& Co' stoie. The committee son sitt
ing of Meters. Hezelwood, Parkins and
Cally covered themeelvts social with
glory in sparing no pains to make the
affair ao enjoyable one. The Mexican
3-pieco band, which was recently in
Tombstone furnished the mutto and
to the delightful harmonious strains
Pearco's handsome bellrs and her
gallant braves paid homage to Terp
tichore uatil the wee sraa' hoar'.
Says the St, Louis Republic: Phoe
nix, Ariz., boanta that it has a brew
ery. The jjywhichthe fact will give
to temperance reformers will be more
ur 1 tempered by the -recollection
that during the month of June there
were shipped to it fifteen carloads of
CORNER STH 4 FFEMONT STREETS.
P. B. WARNEKROo,
CLOSING OUT' !
His Mammoth Stock Of
Wagons ;:; '
Groceries . L
Boots & Shoes
Mining & Farm
WU. BE SOLD AT COST.
GOODS ALL FRESH ANDNEW
We Respectfully Solicit The Trade 0 All Resident O
CocMse County. No Trouble to Show Goods. CtlLmn.?
Convince Yourself of TJie -
Th sheriff of Coconino county
made an itnportaat capture at Flag
staff Friday last. A stranger tried to
cash a check far $300 at th Arizosa
Central bank, but the sheriff, who was
n th lookout, captured bim, as bats
wanted la Colorado for stage robbery
committed at Cripple Creek.
MINERS' AND RANCHERS' 6UPPUES
TENTS AND WAGON OOVERS BUCKEYE
lUnOVED AdaJCULTUBAL lit
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We Mean Business.
Ajcxa ifOTill Sell A.t
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