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AUGUST 15 ,89tt
RAILROAD TIME! TABLES
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39UTHERN PACIFIC R.
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...Los Angelas ...
At) 5.40 pm
I 3 35 a m
I 1.00 p m
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NEW MEXICO 4 ARIZONA
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... Crittenden ....
... CaUbaus ....
10.40 a m
ally except Sunday. Picific time.
J. J. Fkt Gni-il MiRagrr.
. A. Naucle. U II. Aui.iir.
Assist t General Manager. Train MastT.
MARICOPA & PHOENIX R. R.
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..Mane spa. ...
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1 20a a
t3 30 pm
13 10 p n
IU. II. Honshsix. Geo. Supt
Mlver is quoted at 67
Dr. Gaff, Benton Physician and
A Joeru it over form BisbM on ft
A, 10-year-old boy at Solomon Tille
named Jom Gonzales, who was kicked
on the leg by a borte some tiro ego,
died a few days ago froau the wjund.
The headquarters of the Bimetallic
League on Allen itreet i being ruuo
TOted and "ill anon be ready for use
by member of tbe club. ,
Mrs. A. Hill and daughter, Mist
Anna, left IbU rnerniag far a trm
weeks Titit to San Francisco and Sae
lamento, their old home.
Tbatwo, .little son of J. B. Angus,
c-Wno'have been visiting in Tombstone
for the past two or 'three week, left
ior their home this morning,
Mr. I. A. Miliar and children, who
hare been in Tombstone for a fort
night visiting her sister, Mrs. Sydow,
returned to Bisbee thisaaorning.
Unlike erery other tea Schilling's
Pure no coloring, no adulteration.
Thb aaaeasable property of Qrabam
county as equalized by tbe Board of
Xqualization stands at 11,992,812.19
st increase over last year of about
1st Olatea .riaars.
Taoole overlooked the importance of
permanently beneficial affects and
satisfied with trancient action ;
but sow that it is cenerally known
that Syrup of Figs will permanently
vercome habitual constipation, well
imfonned people will not buy othr lax
atives, which act for a time, but finally
jure tbe system. J
lUchest Honors World' Pair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A jmCrspeQeamef Tartar Powder. lfsa
taaa Aeaaaonia, Ahkn or any ether aaWtscaas.
Further Particulars From an
The particulars of the fight between
tbe posse and tbe Nngitle bank rob
bers at Bkel-ton Canyon and tho
killing of Frank Kobsou.usaiiuounceil
in the PitOsrsCTOR vtntenlay. lu
that tbe rubbora were lixnl r r;sit.
and realizing that a fig -t tuurt etuue,
resorted le the cowardly tuauuer of
ambuhing lbs officertand openiog fire
with the intention of slaughtering oil"
tbe bounJs of the law.
Particulars trceived from Uubee
where tha PaofcFKCruK re(Hirier inter
viewed Sheriff Le?therood aui Burt
Cogswell, whu brought the nt-w, slate
that at the first fir the uufor.uuaie
Robsoa was killed, one bullet enleriug
his Sorehead and ttie other through
tbe temple causiug instant death.
Robeon'a horse carried him a little
distance when he ftlt off, his body
bting robbed of his watch, rnuney,
six-shooter au J riile while tbe kutse
At tha next instant the horse which
Sheriff Underwood was tiding was
shot from under him, as was alto Mr.
Uildreth'a auimal. Both gentlemen
barely escaped being shot. Sheriff
Fly and Deputies Alterd and John
son were sbowrred with bullets but
Tue posce bravely stood their ground
and pumped lead into the enemy who
were concealed all th4 time. A cry
heard Irom the robbers camp during
th fusilade leaditbe authorities to be
lieve at least one was shot but they
think that two wero wounded as
shortly after the robbers decamped, in
the meanwhile keeping up a fiuilade
Ii was impossible to continue; on
the trail as it was dark but Sheriff
Fly and the balance of the party re
mained orer night to continue ttie
hunt at day-dreak while Sbcrifl
Lealberwoodand Bert Coggswall came
to Bisbee. Unbson's body will be
brought to Tombstone fer interment
if possible. Taogool hordes belong
ing to the robber were captuud by
The robbers Jo not attempt to con
ceal their identity as they have step
ped at several ranches along tbe route
and eaten at each place. They are a
(earless set and everyone full of fight.
Patience Rewarded After Lone
Sometimes one-' better half bears
with tbe short comings and pure cus
aedntss of her liege lord. until forbear
auee ceases to be a virtue, and when
that stage arrive, occasionally resorts
to extreme measures to bung her lord
and master to a proper appreciation
of his duties and obligations as the
head of the family.
vetita"of this nature are occa
sionally rsported in Tombstone, and
not a few days since did an almost
similar repeliiioD of v;bst the facile
pen of ttie Wintlow Mail man reporte
occur, wbiob says:
Tbe wife had tried aru-nsnl, persua
sion and ktad treatment without effect.
Finally tha husband went home one
night considerably under tha influ
ence of tarantula juice, which so exas
perated the long suffering and patient
woman, that she picked up one of his
boots by tha leg, wfaioh happened tn
be lying convenient to band and began
swinging it around her head, and in
doing so the heel of the boot came in
contact with tbe loft optic of tha hus
band, who fell backward as the result
of the contact and tbe aext morning
be was unable to see out of that eye.
fie now says tbat he has been on his
last jamboree. It requires a knock
down argum-nt to convince some men
of the error of their way.
JuJgs J. D.Bethune pasted through
on the morning's train to Pbenlx. He
is just from California, and says it is
safe tn bet that tbe Golden state will
give . a majority of 25,000 for Bryan
and e wall. Tempe New.
A number 'A our silver men are
westing very gnione silver badges
It is a si'ver bug, wbiob when a spring
in tcuclieJ, tbe wings are shown 00
which are tbe.likeaeseei of Bryan and
The cyanide plant about Tomb
stone arc all runniag continuously
witn successful rosulte. Tha enlarg
ing of the capacity aad erection of
sew OBswsUiBg plaau aemonraiee
Um Ijlihi of lb sjaieea.
' v-A is luipor Jaist i:xf crpriar.
On Saturday last before Notary
Public Ed Williams were signed the
Articles of incorporation of the Cala
batas Irrigation Land and Water Com
pauy. The incorporatois are M K.
Wise, A. O. Brummel, D. F. Menlove
and Hubert K. Key, and the capital
stock "of the company is $3,000,000,
ditiJrd into thrve million share of
the par talue of one dollar each. The
principal place of business is declared
a CaJabAs.ai Pima county. Tbe
utjcts of Clio company are to acquire
r.)l ntat) by purchase or other lawful
inatix, to sink artesian wells, and to
construct reservoirs, mains, ditches,
lansl., ate. for storing water. In
other word, the company propcie to
r claim ttiul irrigate the great Santa
Ciiiz vullb). The officers elected are
Morgan R. Wis, president, D.F. Man
love, vice president; A. O. Brummel,
secretary and treasurer, and Robert
E. Kay, general manager.
Tae undertaking is a splendid thing
for the whole of southern Arizona and
should receive the assistance of every
ciixen of Pima county. There is no
more fertile land anywhere in Arizona
than the acre ol the Santa Cruz val
ley, and the controlling and reclaim
ing of this vast extent, means millions
of dollar added to tbe taxable wealth
of the territory. Yidett.
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Two JLtves Saved
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas of Junction City
1!L, was told by her doctors she had can-
sumption and that there was no hope for
her, but two bottles ot Dr. King's Aevr
Discovery cured her and she says it
saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eecers, 139
Horidi ht. Sin rrancisco, 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 thankful. It is
such results, of which these are samples,
that prove the wonderful efficacy of the,
medicine in coughs and colds. Free
trial bottles at Tombstone -and Uisbee
drugstores. Regular sire 50c. and J1.00
The secretary ni A. O. U. W. Tlfcll
Association, at Tucon, according to
the Citizen, has received subscriptions
from brothers Daniel Han kins, City
shares and Edward Barker forty shares
of the A. O. U. W. Temple slock.
Boti n't 'iifmbers of Queen City lodge
at lii-i. e and are enthusiastic work-
Eggs arc plentiful in the Phoenix
market at ten cents a dozen.
A Tonibstoner Victim of a De
A letter . received from Congress
states bt Kermis Di-fSSd, wall
known' in Tombstone and who re
aently left here for Congress met with
a serious accident at the mine, mash
ing his autla and making the ampu
tation of hi only leg probable. With
a tool packer Durand was on tbe cage
carrying eoao drills and timber to the
surface. In some manner a drill elid
out and hitting the track upon which
the cage bears, caused the collision
and both the tool packers and Durand
were seriously injured, The litter's
ankle being caught under the "go
devil" and every bo'ne shattered while
the tool packer bad bis band injured
in a'.similar manner en the opposite
fidav Durand formerly worked for the
Chirircahua Cattle Co., here aad will
be remembered a only having on leg
having years previous met with an ac
cident which necessitated it ampu
tation, but tha second deplorable ao-
I aidant will now probably leave him
destitute ol any means ol locomotion
and indeed in a pitable and sad con
dition which cannot but excite deep
est feeling of sympathy.
Xbc IlcTSjry ItarsMl hie g.lfe).
Mr. U.Cailloaette, Druggist, Beaver
viIle,HL,aye:MTo Dr. Xing' New
Discover I owo my life, Was taken
with ! Urippd and triea all tbe pby
sicians, but of no avail and was given
up and told I could not live. Having
Dr. King' New Discovery in my store
Leant for bottle ad began its use
and from the first doaa began to get be t
tcr, and after using three bottle waenp
and about again. It is worth tts
weight in gold. We won't keep store
or hou "without it." Get a free t.iall
t the Tombstone Drag Store.
On Monday C. H. Wild the eficieai
postal clerk on the Ni It. k. A. leaves
for Los Angelee where be goes to take
part in the-examination which are
yearly required of each nail clerk in
active service. Mr. Wild is one of tbe
mist popular clerk in tbe Arizona
No eastern, mail arrived last migbt
ninr in tha fact that the S. P. west
bound train wee late in arriving ail
Benson aad ao eesmectioa wa
Yaqui Preparing an Attack
on Calabasis .
The fo'.lowiug sptcial dUpatcu to tbe
PjiosrECTOK show that tbe insurrec-
l'.n at No a'ea has quieted down cor-
eiderebly, however tear are entertain
ed of an outbrrak at Calabasis. Fol
lowing is the latest news:
No news this morning from tbe
Indians. It was reported last right
that the soldiers had them surrounded
in the mountains just north of Cala
basis. Many of tbe Indians ha e been
captured, one ami two in a place, in
fact every suspicious character is
taken wherever found. News U look
ed for this morning of an engagement
near Calabasis. Tbe Mexican and U.
S. troops are operating together
actively and would make short
work of the Indians if found in a band,
From a letter writteu by Rev. J.
Ounderman, of Dimondale, Mich., we
are permitted to make this extract:
'I have no hesitation in recommend
ing Dr. King's New Discovery, as tbe
results were aim on marvelous in the
case of my ife. While I was pastor
of the Baptist Church at River Junc
tion she was brought down with
Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe.
Terrible paroxysms of coughing would
last hours with little interruption and
it seemed as if she couM not survive
them. A (rlftud recommeaded Dr.
King's New Discovery; it was quuk in
its work aud highly satisfactory in re
sult. Trial bottles free at Tombstone
and any Drug Store. Regular size
The Fbeniz paper have been pok
ing fun at Yuma's climate and the
the Yuma Sun eetalKte by sajing:
"Passengers going to Puenix are trans
ferred into refrigerator car as soon as
they rearb the valley and are then
conveyed in ice waxous to the relrig
erator rooms of the hotels, where by
graduation they are Introduced into
nature'r greatest crematory."
Tbe total taxable property ol Pima
county for 1S96 is $3,331,529, which is
a decrease of about $155,003 from the
amount returned for assessment last
Ah Angry Mob Throw Stones
and Stale Eirga at Him.
A dispatch from Fort Worth says :
MtM.w, . i:71C .!?', !a
shaken tha dust of Fort Worth from
bi brogans, for Waco, His seanc at
Tyler Lake was suddenly terminated
A sound man was carried to him all
doubled up on a chair and suppostd
to be amicted with tbe rheumatism.
Said the healer, "You are paralysed
aod if you had not coma to me you
would have been dead in two weeks."
The supposed patient then jumped to
bis feet and walked off.
"A number of the crowd proposed to
take the "healer" to the lake and
make hiai walk on the witer or throw
him in. He and his mntmr caught
oa aod made a break through a side
door of the pavillion to a street car.
Stones and stale egg were very much
in evidence and the persecuted parly
took, refuge in aneighbsring house
until tha storm bad peel, when they
returned to their hotel, secured their
belonging and flitted."
tea-roasting In Japan. Tea
in hot basins; sun hot; every
thing hot sweaty men and
women (the lowest and dir
tiest) standing over the ba
sins, mixing the tea with their
dirty hands, mixing in dirt
and gypsum and poison (to
color with), dropping their
sweat into the mixture.
They won't drink that tea
they know what's in it.
That is the tea you 're
drinking, if you drink any
other Japan tea. than Schil
ling s Best.
Schillings Best is young
tender tea-leaves, carefully
picked, and roasted by ma
chinery in San Francisco
At your grocer's money
back if you don't like it.
SeAiUiirf't cofTce, baVing-pow-der,
oda, spices, and ilavorinc-xtract5,
are also mency-backed.
A Schilling & Company Sin Francisco
P. B. WARNEKROS,
His Mammoth Stock Of
Trouble Willi Cattle.
Captain Lnbb, the government In
spector, was suddenly called to Darn
ing this morning this morning to lu
veetigate the llegel unlawful deten
tion by the Nw Mexico quarantine
olfioialn, of a shipment of bulls Irom
CUy county, Mo. General Inspector
Albert Dean, o' Kaaea City, wired
Captain Libb to ascertain immediate
ly the cu e of tho detention, and
there isno doubibut that the action
of the teriitorial ofliciaU aitl be set
aside. The bulls belong to Ryan
Brothers and art. in tram-it to Arizona
El Paso Herald.
TI19 third cr-ip of ullalU has U now
about ready to harvest. It was the
general opinion among ranchers last
spring, when the April froits razed
the alfalfa down to the grouid, that
this would b a bad year for farmers
along the liver country, but it has
proven au average year, and with no
bad luck from now on. The fourth crop
will be in the stack before frost comes
'Miss Louise Howe has been reap
pointed as teacher of tbe school at
Fairbank aad will open that institu
tion about the first ot October. She
is at present enjoying a yachting trip
on the Atlantic coast and will not re
turn here until the middle of Sepiem
Stewart Koight, a cowboy and well
known all over Arizona, having partie
ipated in nearly every cowboy tour
nament ever hrld in the territory,
died recently at Mohawk, Yuma
cou'ity, He was only about 31 year
A Colorado editor, who Um evidently
formed a not very txliiUed opiuion ol
the veracity of his con temporaries, hs
hoisted at tho head of his paper the
following: 'The only truthful psper
in Colorado." Ha is now known
among hi brother editors ne "Old
The Stanton TexNews rays: B. C.
Plaster and wife arrived Wednesday
night from Arizona. He wants 'o buy
a large forty or tifly-ssctionj pasture,
or two smaller one, together with 400
or 500 head of cattle. He is alto rep
resenting Henry and George Aston, of
Arizona, inlooating them in this conn
try. Thev are all well-to-do cattle
men, and if ihey settle here will prove
a valuable accession.
The Worlds iair Tests
showed ao baking powder
so pure or so great In Icav'
ening pewer s the Rnyat
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Boots & Shoes
Mining & Farm
BE SOLD kfi
CLEARANCE - SALE.
GOODS ALL FRESH AND NEW
We Respectfully Solicit The Trade of All Residents 0
Cochise County. No Trouble to Show Goods. CalJnand
Convince Yourself of Thz
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