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STATIONS
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I. I. Fket
A. Nauglk. L. II
Assist t General Manager.
Picifii tiiie.
Gnrral M inajer.
ALB SCUT.
Train Master.
MARICOPA & PHOENIX R. R.
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' U. H. ltosMiEt-t, Gen. Supt
LOCAL NOTES.
ailrer is quoted at G7J
Dr. Gff,
turxeon.
Faonix is
car line.
Benton Fhffcician
and
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to bave another electric
A Tucson photograoher has a group
ol photographs of 2,500 Arizona babies.
The Jerome Bryan Free Silver Club
is reported to have a membership of
nearly 300.
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Good tea ma'oi a plain meal seem
almost luxurious
Schilling' Beat.
The report of the capture o! twenty
Yaquis and three killed by troups
near Tucson prored to be a rank joke.
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Another heary rain is falling along
the Sac Pedro and it would not be
surprising that another washout will
be reported tonight.
The Misses Maggie and Mayme
McCormick returned last evening
from a two months Tisit to Congress
and ether points in the territory.
. John Haley, a mine owner, aged -10
years, committed suicide yester
ing at at Congress theresuhof despon
dency caused from excessive drinking.
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As will be seen by notice in another
column the round-up of the Lower
S.p-ur Spring Viiloy begins on Sept.
7tb. All cattlemen should take
notice
I'iosieer'a Recom.nenit atloa .
Mr. J. W. .Venablr, of '..Downey a
poneerofLoj Angeles County, Cal.,
say: -Vhenever I am troubled with a
pain in the stomach or with diarrhoea I
use (Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. I have used, it for
year, know it to be a reliable rem-dy
and recommend it to every one." For
sale by Druggists
Awarded
Highest HonorsWorld's Fair,
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w CREAM
BAKING
POWDER
MOST PERFECT MADS.
A pe Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
tarn Atanonaa. Afcvn or any other adekenni,
tywKmtiu
JUDGE BETIIUtfE.
An Eflbrt Being Made io Have
Him Supplanted
An Associated Press dispatch from
Tucsoa says that JliJgo Be Initio ol
this district and atsrcUte judt;e of the
suprema souttof Arizona list rtceirrd
nclice from the department of jtulirn
of a request for thsappointmeut of bis
successor on the grounds ol h'u ina
bility to perform th uu Us of the
court. Judge Bethune ha 1 maudetl
that an examiner be sent by the tie
partmentof. juttico to examine into
the fi:U. It appears from llu court
records that he has disposed of moro
thtn throe times as much lusineas or
casta during the last two years as did
his preuecn-or in the two previous
years, aud in fewer jears of court.
Judge Betbune's adtninii'ration of his
court is very generally acceptable to tha
people of the entire district and the
majority of the nirmter.-1 of the bar as
well as to the suprime court.
The bar of Cochise county at matt
ing held at the Court Hou-e stnngly
nuorsen tun lion. J. U. liethune as
judge and coudemed the effort bring
tua.de for his remural tmb aceing
their sentiment in strong resolutions
sent to the Department ef Justice.
BUCKLIX'S AUN1CA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin etuptions and posi
tively cures Piles, or no payment requir
ed it is guaranteed to give peefect stis a
factnn or money refunded. Prices 50
cents per box. For sale a Tomb ione
Drug Store
lluntl-l'i.
Ths general round-up of the Lower
3ulphur Spring Valley will commence
work on S-ptemberTlh from the old
W. B, Taylor ranch. tf.
Mr. H. C. Frank arrived from Buck
horn Basin iniuing camp Sunday
afternoon and thinks that the new
mill will be ready for op-ration early
in September. Willcox News.
Phoenix is going to have a grand
celebration on Labor Day. which oc
curs the first Monday in September.
All of the Ubor organixi'ion will turn
out in procession in the evening.
The Territorial Normal school at
Tempe will open Sept. 7th. Inquiries
should bs sent to the ptesident Jamec
McXaughton, who will send cata
logues on application.
Aod now it is reported that SafTord
is to have another journal, and it is to
be a weekly of PopulUlic politics and
will al-o be in favor of Sjfford as the
county s.it. It is eei I there is solid
backing for the new journal.
The tilver meeting at the Bimetallic
Leajuo h ndciuarters was well attend
ed last night, many new members
were admitted and the exchequer was
considerably increased. The member
ship is steadily gaining and the club
will be productive of much good.
Piano for sale. A seven
octave square piano, rosewood
case, sweet toned and in good
repair. Price 100; includ
ing stool. Inquire at this
oflice.
Major A. O. Brummel who was
thought to bave left for Globe yeater-dij-
morning is suddssly Uksn sick
and was compelled to remain over.
Today he has sufScently recovered as
to be ablts to be about and if be im
prove: sufficiently by tomorrow expects
to resume the jourmy to his destination.
A man named Simmons was ar
rested yesterday anon a charge of rais
ing a two dollar bill to a twenty. The
change was effected by the use of acids
and was quite neatly made upon one
side of the bill. The other side, how
ever, was rather rough and unfinished,
and it was through this carelessness
of the manipulator that the fraud was
detected. Citizen.
Every town, says an exchange, has
a liar, a sponger, a blatherskite, a
smart Aleck, some pretty girls, a girl
who giggles, a weather prophet, a
neighborhood feud, a woman who tat
tles, a man who knows it all, a boom
once in a while, one Lincoln Bepuli-
can, one Jackson .Democrat, more
loafers than it needs, men who see
every dog fight, r-omebody that wants
the earth, a few iL-fddlesome woueo
that are not wanted on earth, and a
street that could be improved. Hare
we bad all this?
The social given by ttie Epwortu
and Juuior Leagues at tha Methodls
church was 'well attended, the large
church building bting comfortably
filled.. The programme was rather
long but the selections were choice
aud well rendered. The little waiter
girls and tbu Misses Cook in a duet,
wfru especially good, the gangs bing
well learned ami their voices traiued
o that rendition was as near perfect
as could l-rt txpcled of children of
tluirMCe. ihe readings by Mt.s Mc
Cormick and .Mies ilitl were excellent
ttltetiotm uud were read with that
preci'ion aud correctness that come
with care and luueu reading. Therteit
vioii I Mi Sjdcw was alto very good
and well delivered. A song by five
li;le girU tls Mist.es Bachelor, Cook
alcutt and Viekers was a churni
itig selection, the time was grod and
all being in good voice, the song was
well suug.
The ong by the choir could not
have been better with the practice
they hnvo had, Each member was in
rood voice, and each teemed to vie
with the other to reach perftction
The, self ct inna-were-takenjjrflM' tigered
Jiooker tbe-muBlerEwcet and the voices
blending with the tones of thoinstru-l
neDtul iniitic, wnt most charming
The wiud-up of the evening's prc
gramcie was a viriagatcd butdelicioue
selrctinti from the culinary deparment
01 the iombstona bousemile, accom
panied by n choice quality of lemon
ade, and was participated in by Ml
prescot and was thoroughly n joyed.
rtlart rloii Ilcsull.
a letter writteu by Ilev.
From a letter writteu by Ilev. J.
Gunderman, of Dimondale, Mich., we
are permitted to tnake this extract:
''I have no hesitation in recommend
ing Dr. King'ii Jfew Discovery, as the
results were almost marvelous in the
case of my ife. While I was pastor
of the lsiptMt Church at ltivers Junc
tion she w."n brought down with
Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe.
Irrib e ptrnxyrms of coughing would
la-a hours with little interruption and
it seemed as if elm could not survive
them. A friend recommejded Dr
King's New Ditcovery; it was quick in
its work and highly satisfactory in re
sults." Trial bottles free at Tombstone
and any Dru Store. Regular size
50c. f I H
PAST BELIEVING. I
A Meteor That Covered More
Than two Acres of Ground.
The Los Augcles Express publishes
a special from Tucson dated the 14th
which is one of the loudest and big
gest lias ws bave read since Jo. Mul
hattcn's big fake maUoritetome years
ago located iuTexak which covered
several acres.
The dirtcb pretends to describe a
meUor which it states fell two miles
south of the Bipsy mines which are
located on the San Pedre sixty milri
north from Tucson, the event occurred
Sunday evening the 9th, in tha pres
ence of Major Hives and party frem
Kentucky. It is stated the noise
caused by the concussion was terrific,
dishes and furniture in houses thrown
down and houses shook like a leaf.
"The noi.e of the explosion was like
tbatef many cannon being fired off.
Tha air for miles around was filled
with sulphurous gas, and the meteor
came down red hot and steaming.
consumed by its friction. It covered
about two acres of ground and is un
doubtedly imbeded hundreds of feet in
the earth, and uow forms a red hot
steaming mount in the desert.
"A hearder's hut and corral was in
its path. The herd r, his wife and
three children. Mexican people, togeth
er with about 000 bead ef sheep, went
don u with the meteor,
"Major Thorass H. Uayss of Louis
ville. Ky.. who was with the party,
was so overcome by the unexpected
phenomenon that he swooned and
was with great difficulty restored to
consciousness."
Mrs. Cariillo, ef tbli cily, the
Tucson Citizeot has rtteived a Utter
from a eon who is in Ague Orea
Sonora, in wbieh be relatss an experi
ence which he and two cotupaaloas
had recently with a band of Saata
Teresa fanatics. He aad bit compan
ioas were quietly in the pursjU of
their avocations when a crowd of wor
shippers wnt up, seized aad botiad
them and threatened them with death.
When the three discovered the char
acter of their asikilanls they set Up a
lusty shout of "Viva Santa Teresa de
Cabors," aad were at ones) releaied.
The fanatics relieved them of guns
aud othsr articles of which they were
in need and went on their way rsjoie-ing.
Free Pills.
Send your address to H. E. Bucklen &.
Co , Chicago, and get a free sample box
of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A tru
will convince you of their merits. These
pills are easy in action and aie partic
ularly effective in the cure of constipat-
on and sick hea'acbr. ror mmna and
liver troubles, they have been proved in
valuable, they are guaranteed to be
perfectly free from every deleterious sub
stance and to be purely vegetable. They
do not weaken by their action, but by
givinz tone to the stomach and bowels
greatly invigorate the system Regular
size 2 ;c per box. Sold by Tombstone
and Bisbee druggists.
la Oltlra Ciaara.
People overlooked tha importance of
permanently beneficial effects and
were satisfied with trancient action
but now that jt is generally known
that Syrup of Tigs will permanently
overcome habitual oonstipation, well-
informed people will not buy other lax
ativee, which act for a time, but finally
injure the system. J
Tl.e citix.nt of Kucker canyon and
vicinity are endeavoring to secure
postal service for their part of the
country. It is a great hardship te be
deprived of mail service after having
tnjujed the bencfi's of 'a local post
office for many years.and ive earnestly
trust that the steps now taken to se
cure tho establishment of mail cerviue
from Pearce caiip may prove surcess
lul. Willcox N.-WS.
Dr. Gordon wa called last night to
Pearce to give medical attention to
enteral patient who were very low.
The youngest child of Sampson Sim
mons died ju? t as the doctor arrived.
Evcrthing poseible was done to save
the suffering child but proved of no
avail; and to make matters worse for
the sorrowing family, ano'her of their
little ones is very low with malarial
fever. The Prospector joins with
the many friends in Tombstone in
sympathy tu the stricken family.
"We had an epidemic of dysentery ia
this vicinity last summer," says Samuel
S. Pollock, of Briceland, Cal. "I was
taken with it and suffered severely until
someone called my attention to Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, 1 procured a botrle and felt
better after the first dose. Bsfore one
half of the bottle hid been used I was
well. I recommended it to my friends
and their experience wis the same. We
all unite in saying it is the best." For
sale by Druggists.
The ScientiGc American gives the
following: "At the first indication ol
diphtheria in the threat of a child,
make the room close. Then take a
tin cup and pour into it an equal
quantity of tar and turpentine. Then
hold the cup over the fire eo as to fill
the room with the fumes. The patient
in inhaling the fumes will cough .and
spit tip the membraneous matter and
the diphtheria will pass off. The
fumes of the tar and turpentine leesen
the trouble in the throat and thus af
ford the relief that has baffled the
skilled physicians."
Two A4ves Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas of Junction Citv
I1L, was tol J by her doctors she had con
sumption and that there was no hope for
ner, out two Domes ot Dr. King's New
Discovery cured her and she says it
saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 139
Florida St. San Francisco, suffered from
a dreadful cold, approaching consump
tion, tried without result everything else
then bought 'one bottle of Dr. King's
tew uiscovery ana 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 Bisbee
drugstores. Regular size 50c. aad S1.00
The Worlds Fair Testa
showed do baking powder
to pure or so great Jo teav
cnlng power ns tbo Rnval
Your Money Bade
If, after a fair trial (you to be the judge),
you do not like Schillings Best tea
(Japan, Oolong, English Breakfast, Ceylon,
or Ideal Blend) better than every other,
the grocer who sells it to you is hereby
authorized to pay you back the price you
paid him, and charge said retail price to us.
This guarantee is absolute, subject to
no conditions.
sn Francisco A Schilling & Company
To ILL
met or
Biar.KUirLi's nuaMiu Tnair.cn CauuNY.
DIjlHlli. m. e.
Dear Sir:
You are entitled to receira
FR EC from your wholesale dealer,
WHITE STAR SOAP with all
tho.
Blackwell'i Genuine f
Durham Smoking
TobaCCO yon bay. Oaebar
of aoap Free with each poaad,
whether 16 oz., 8 oz., 4 ox., or
a oz., packages.
Mrnckts
lo Retell
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sale dealer la the UaJted.Statas
(bat we will supply them with aoap
to &ive you FREE, Ordaratood
aapply of OENUIN& DURHAM at
once, aad Insist oa gelttat; yottr
aoap. One bar of Soap free wrth
each pound you buy. Soap la
offered for a limited time, ao order 1
to-day. Your very truly, 4 : '
BLACK-WELL'S DURHAM? ;
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TOBACCO COMPANY.
MM If yea hart ear dlfflcalty la pc ocTtesrynr
cap. cut eat thU aetlc m4 Mad It with
rttr order t narwhalta! dcWr.
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PIONEER STORE,
CORNER 6TH 4 FFEMONT STREETS.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
MINERS' AND RANCHERS' SUPPLIES
TENTS AND WAGON COVERS BUCKEYE
FORCE PUMP
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TURBIM WIItDMILLfl.
JOS- HOELFER PROP.
P. B. WARNEKROS,
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CLOSING OUT!!
His Mammoth StockOf
Hats
Liquors
Wagons
Buggies
Clothing
Groceries
Hammers
Underwear
Dry Goods
Boots & Shoes
Mining & Farm
ing Implements
ALL m BE SOLE AT COST.
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CLEARANCE - SALE.
GOODS ALL FRESH AND NEW
We Respectfully Solicit The TraleJfpJ All Reaiiints O
Cochiss County. No Trouble loj Swtt Goods. ' CnUjuid
Convince Yourselj of The
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We Mean Business.
And TrVillf feoli a..
A SACRIFICE.
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