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jJr U 11.
, HtW AriiJ
...Don Lula ISl.S
..Wtr luk 30 1
.. .Charleston ......teS.X
,..P Irbuik ... .Lt'10
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. ontentioti I .5
,. .Baaaoa. ...... Lt'O
Hat ttatUc. Stop on asula.
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SOUTHERN- PACIFIC R.
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Sua Set, limited, &! to-jnd, Moaj
Th ndaja S.19, Denaon
Won Set, CmiUl'weit baaal. Wednetdari aa
tardaj-t. 1.05 Bcojod
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NEW MEXICO ARIZONA
West stations Eat
6.01pm Lt Bensan Ar 1049am
1,50 am ..... FiirtnnV ..... 100pm
atooim 1 Htnchtxsi.,... niopm
i.4)tm .... Oitt'.de'. . taaopm
9.37 am .... C'basas .... q.00 a m
i.Hpm XogalM a.yam
ai'jr except Sun lay. PACific time.
I. J. Fair Ga-ral Manager.
A. N IVOLE. I- II. ALBRBCIIT.
Aie General Manver. Train Master.
MARICOPA & PHOENIX R. R.
.North stations Sooth
Bo pm Lr......Fno-i!i Ar aOoam
8.25 pm Tempe 130am
9.00pm Kyrene is 55pm
9,35pm Sictton 1330pm
6.45pm Marit pa 3.10pm
(i II. HovtHEtX. Geo. Supt.
LOCAL NOTES. "
biker ! quoted at 66
Dr. Gaff, Beaton Physician and
The school house is undergoing re
pair and rsplastering.
Sime fialten and family are expect
ed home tonight from 8nta Monica
and the sea-side.
The Ladies Aid Society will meet at
the horns of. Mrs White on Tuesday
September 1st. at 7 P. M.
Schilling's Best tea is as fine and
delicate as the daintiest of maidena.
Yes, and as powerful too.
m Coleman came in from the
valley yesterday, and went cut this
morning with a load of supplies.
has. Overlook returned to Bisbee
yesterday after attending to bis
business interest hero.
For health dnnk pure water.
For pleasure, Schilling's Best tea.
Tor both. Schilling's Best tea.
Tbe Mexican string band has re
turned to Tombstone and are dis
coursing more of their entrancing
music tor the edification of our resi
It is understood the Erie Cattle Co.
contemplate fencing in their immense
holdings Should ther carry out their
intentions there will be one strstch of
over 20 miles of fencing.
Good reports of heavy raios, con
tinue to come from the valley and
eattla rssgss thronghout tbe county.
'This fs the most prosperous year for
Cochise cattlemen for long time.
. Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADS.
A pave Cope Cream of Tartar Powder. Tnt
mm AMsaonta, AJo.n or any otaer a
'6 YEAKS TKK ST4IAAW
Asd LeaveAxaia in Parsait of
Word received from Bisbee yesterday
slates that sheriff Fly and hi posse
arrived at Bis bee Saturday night from
the trail ot the robbers aod all l-!t
early Sunday morning again lo
poiut in the Sulphur Spring valley to
capture two ot the robber, "Black
Jack" and Jesse Williams, whose
whereabouts they are certain of.
The posse have experienced hard
ships untold, they encountered much
rain and were under many disadvan
tages and several time lost the trail
through the storms. The robbers
whom the -had followed were heading
back to the line and it 1 prubable that
the entire gang of refuges expect to
meet eomuwhereaod remain together.
Immediately upon the arrival of
Sheriff Fly's posse in Bisbee and be
ing appraised ot the whereabouts of
Black Jack and Jesse Williams, two of
the robbers, they at once left for Mud
Springs where the two mea are sup
posed to be.
Deputies Alvord and Randolph left
hsre yesterday morning to Join the
posse and the the search will be con
tinued until the robbers are run down
or further abandoned for thi present.
The P&osrec on received two mes
sages from Bisbee which practically
give the above facts.
The news ot the outcome ot the
meeting and capture of the outlaws is
awaited with anxiety.
There is still a depression in the
business of the, Justice courts here
While it is unprofitable to the officers
of tbe law, it is a good record for the
community and nobody deplores it.
A merry go round banile its ap
pearance at Pearce and the whole
population an riJing the festive wood
en horse. The manager is ssid to be
Sam Barrow has just received a
large itnoice of mens underware
which he proposes to sell at the low-
est posible cash price. Call early and
have first choice.
Ah Wong Chung the prosperous
laundry king of Tombstone was an
utgoing passenger this morning. It
is presumed be has gone to Santa
Monica where tbe cool ss breezes
blow for reoreation.
Mrs. P. B. Waroekroshas jail re
ceived a new bicycle. It is a Tribnne
and one of the best high grade wheels
oa the market. Mrs. Warnekros has
accepted tbe agency of this wheel tin
Tombstone and those who want a good
bike should call on her.
There is a new United States law
requiring all tbe roads in the country
to equip their freight cars with auto
matic link and pin coupers, beginning
January 1, 18V7. The Southern Pa
cific has already begun to equip its
cars, thus, and so fast as a ear goes to
the shops on any part of the system,
the new draw bar connections are put
on and into u-e.
Tbe article on tbe present financial
situation published in Saturday's
Prospector, acd, coming as it does
from recognized Eagli'U authority, a
run was made on the office lor extra
copies, which were soon xbauscd,
and we republish it teday by request
and to fill orders; A number of extras
will be printed sufficient to supply alt
who may want a copy of thii issue to
send to friends in the voting staUs.
The farmers mutual benefit associ
ation of Indiana has just been polled
with startling results. The aasoci
ation has oO.OOO members, comprising
2C.5000 republicans, 20,500 democrats,
1,000 populists and 1,000 prohibition
ists, and 42,350 of them are goicg to
vote for Bryan and free silver, saja
the Field and Farm. Some of the
parly papers are juggling these figures
to make it appear that the majority is
for McKinley and this is oar reason
for printing the facts as they are.
The poor girls, unfortunate, per
haps, for having been bora test way,
have to come in for their share of
criticism by tbe prees. lis re is the
way a cynical editor diabes them up:
"At sixteen, she wants a dude with
toatbpick shoes and a microscopic
snoostacbe; at twenty-five, shell be
satisfied with a saexaber of congress;
at thirty, a -country doctor or minister
will do; at thirty-five, anything that
wears pants, from an editor down."
Hoxribl. iao't M
Secretary Smith says : "I will retire
from office oa September 1. ' It is say
purpose to return to Atlanta at oace.
My resignation was due alone to tbe
fact that I intend to support Bryan
and Sewall. I alwaya vote the regular
democratic ticket and shall under no
circumstance make an exception this
year. It is my purpose to dsvote my
attention to tbe practice of law and
my private business. I have, however,
signified my willingness to make twu
or three speeches in Georgia for the
atate and national ticket. Professional
and private business will not permit
me to enter actively into the cast'
paigu outcide ol my own state."
The heavy gain in the assessable
property of Apach?, Cochise, Graham
and Maricopa counties are principal
ly the result of increased live stosk
values. Each ot the counties named
are noted fur their live stock produc
tion, and it only proves the assertion
that the cattle business of Arizona it
the leading business yet and which
has a belter prospect right now than
for year past. Stockman.
Declares Her Innocence of
Directing; the Revolution.
County Clerk Baca ot Socorro, New
Mexico, has been calling on Teresa
The Advertiser says:
"Mr. Baca found Seniorita Tsresa to
be perhaps 22 years ot age, with a
somewuat careworn appearance. Her
face is sad, her eyes are bright and
luttrous, and while he is looking at
one she seems to be looking through
him and at something beyond. When
she gives a greeting one can detect no
change in her countenance except that
tbe eyes beccine a little more animat
ed; but when sho places her band ic
that of her visitor he lelta vibration
from it. Her complexion is a clear,
light olive, and her voice is soft and
pie as an t.
"Wii-ii Hle.l if he knew anything
sbiiil inn revolutionary outbreak at
Ntgtlea -ho replied that she knew
.nothing beyond what friends had told
her and what appeared in the printed
"The information in the telegram
to the effect that this people are my
follower may be correct so far as it
may be interpreted that they love me.
but uo farther sbessid, 'My mission
is not to create trouble. 1 love all my
people and will devote my life upon
earth i-o long as God shall will it so.
to alleviate the sufferiag among God'
children, for only such are we. If tbe
men who attacked Nogales use my
namuit is for tbe purpose of deceiving
the Mexican government and not be
cause I have sanctioned anything of
that kind. There was much feeling
agsintt the government in my native
village of Cabora, In Sonora, because
the government ordered my deporta
tion, but I told them God only was
my protector, and they must not be
"When asked if she approved of a
revolutionary movement against tbe
Mexican government if one now exist
ed, she replied that revolutions were a
manifestation of God's will, for He bad
instilled into the people the spirit of
resistance of oppression, but that she
bad given ao speoial thought to the
uprising in Sonora, having no thor
oughly trustworthy icformaticB cos
"The senorita '.ben told how, when
but a child, she began to bear voice
directing her to relieve lbs suffering of
ber neighbors. They were voice a
iu dreams, she explained. la actual
dreams, continued, distant land were
spread out before her and sign aod
strange writings were shown; and
when a question arose in her mind
ocmcsrnkg any ot them tbe answer
came speedily and proved trus.
"Intuition Santa Tcrasa.call God
will and aays she invariably acta a ber
intui'ion directs, no matter what the
consequence from a worldly stand
point may appear to be. She 1 em
phatic in tbe belie! that on who acta
so aud has faith in God is capable of
"She ii i tbe compaay of her father.
and m Tntains seven utile orphan
children. She accepts no money from
any one, Her reputation a a curer
of th Lis ol humanity has suf ered oa
several occasions, though there are
many well kuowo persons in El Paae
who testify that ah has great power
as a healer. Her standing with th
Mexican people is that of a saint en
dowed with miraculous qualities, and
they offer innumerable evideoeee el
Mr ricU to tneir eat
U si ii ,i fissiawa
Would Bring to America tbe
Trade ef the World.
-Xondon financial Kews :
The fiaancUl situation iu tbe United
State is very serious. Tkf seoate
has blocked all relief measures pro
posed by President Cleveland, an J
congress is at a dead standstill on tbe
money question. The free coinage
senator ar masters of tbe situation.
"The condition of affairs in tbe
United States congress demands the
immediate attention of British finan
ciers aud statesman. The trade of the
world is now in our hands, but it will
not long remain there if the United
States goes to a Limetallio Win with
free and unlimited coinage ot silver.
"With the addition of silver to the
volume ot money, every thing in Amer
ica would jake. on a new face; labor
and industry would gain new life.
The grip of tbe gold standard on tbe
products of the world would ne.
Great Britain would lose her market
in South America, Asia and Europe,
and American ships would not be' long
in capturing the carrying trad of the
'British creditors must now apply
themselves quickly to the American
money problem. The sound money
men and banking interests led by Sen
ator Sherman, Cleveland and Carlisle,
with a plentiful supply of means, hare
been beaten. The American people
are thoroughly aroused and educated
on the power and use of money, and
made desperate bv debt and burinets
depression, they are foreing free silver
a the main issue.
"Gieat Britain need fear no injury
to her trade er investments if the Re
publican party can force protective tar
iff a the main issue in the coming
presidential campaign, but if free sil
ver dominates th American mind and
carries at the polls, it will bring about
a change in England that will be ruin
ous from its suddenness and severity."
The damage that can be done British
manufactures by a protective tarifl is
slight compared with the disasters
that would be fc tailed by a change
from a single gold to a complete hi me
"It i evident that the Democratic
party- will not nominate a man who
holds to President Cleveland's ideas on
money, and a hope for a continuation
of Mr. Cleveland' financial policy will
be in tbe suecess ol the JUpublicans
in the nest aleolion.
"The success of re coinage will
bring down the rate interest on
xouey, anil cause an immediate rit
in tbe price of all commodities. When
ilver become primary money tbe
American mine will pour their pro
duct into the uiiate, and a new era
aimilar to that produced by the Issue
of greenbacks during tbeeivil war will
begin. Gold will leave tbe banks and
enter into competition with silver in
the avenue of trade and the manu
factures of the United States, which
have been shut downnr crippled since
1802. will again resume their fights lor
the English markets.
It is doubtful whether the Repub
lican party can be held much longer
in check by sound money statesmen,
a it adherents are divid- 1 by power
ful faction. Tbe Demix. alio party
i also under the weight of the free
silver agitation. It matters not to
Great Britain which party succeeds if
tbe s;old standard is maintained, but
either of th old parlies or a new party
which goes into power pledged to free
coinage will be inimical and prejudi
cial to English manufactories and
"The American people cling with
CORNER .5TH & FREMONT STREETS,
MINERS'. -AND RANCHERS' SUPPLIES
TENTS AND WAGON
M aatf r over asS
JOS. HOELFER PROP.
If4 you like
Sckilliis Best (money back
tea) won't you tell your friends
about it ?
We'd rather not spend any
more money than necessary
advertising tea. Our business
is making and buying and
selling pure foods; and there
is so little pure food sold that
we'd like to talk about all of
them at once.
But we haven't enough
money. It takes money to
talk in the papers. Won't
you do some of the talking
Alio pure and money-backed: Schit
Hff'iStstcoKee, baking-powder, soda,
atcee, and Cavort; extracts.
A Sckiltmr& Company Sun Francisco
wonderful tenacity to party organiza
tions, but financial embarrassment
atd business stagnation has become
too severe for any change that prom
is relief. Tbey are becoming con
vinced that it cannot be found in the
proieetion theory, as that has been
tried and they are matsing now on
An exchange truthfully says people
who want a paper without any politics
iu it for the next few month will
have to take their choice between
wrapping paper, wall paper, or sticky
El Paso Herald: .The Arizona mili
tiamen are after a territorial encamp
ment of the militia and are getting up
a bi petition to the governor wi b
that end in view. New York, Penn
sylvania and even little Connecticut
have annual militia encampments,
and why not Arizona? New York
and the effete east have co busineo
wiih a monopoly of such things. Ari
zona is becoming real civilized and
enli.htened, and tbe next thing will
be a call for an Arizona naval militia
to operate on th Gila.
Tbkkitoky oir Ahizoha )
Eyecutivk Offick. J
By national authority the first Mon
day in September, tbe seventh day in
tbe month, is designated as a legal
holiday, to be known and celebrated a
This is but a just and proper r-c-.E-nilion
ot tbe great agency that has
caused our country to stand first
among the nations of the world.
Every ship that rides upon the sea, all
of the great armaments ol our sea
coast, all of the grand highways ol
commerce that traverse our country,
all the grandeur of our cities, all ol
oar splendid architectural develop-
men', are monumentsof labor. In no
country of the world has labor been
more fully recognizd and honored
than In ours. Among its other grand
achievements it has been the mission
of our country to ennoble and dignity
labor, and no people of our republic
more fully sympathize with tbe hopes
and aspirations of the workmen than
the people of our territory.
Now, therefore, 1 UeojaminJ.Frank
lin, Governor of the Territory of Ari
zona, by yirtue of tbe power and au
thority in me vested, do hereby pro
claim Monday, tbe seventh day of Sep
tember. A. D, 1890, a holiday
and I do recommend aud request that
all places or business and offices be
closed on that day, and thit he people
of our territory join in a universal ob-
ser vance thereof .
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
st my hand and cucd the great seal
of this territory to be here-
seauj unto affixed, this nineteenth
day of August, A, 1). 1S.
Donat VhcBQiX, the cipitr.l, thi
nineteenth day of August, A. D. 1896.
By the Governor,
BENJAMIN J. FRANKLIN.
Cwarixs M. Bkck.
Seoretary o! Stale.
rnrBOTXD aowoultubal in
rUXXBTS,, an CILIWUTXD
P. B. WARNEKR607
His Mammoth Stock Of
Boots & Shoes
Mining & Farm
ALL WLL BE SOLD AT COST.
CLEARANCE - SALE.
GOODS ALL FRESH AND NEW
We Respectfully Solicit The Trade oj AW KeiidenU 6'
Cochise County. No Trouble to Skew Goods. C and
Convince Yourself of Tfie
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