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RAILROAD TIME TABLES
IZONA SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
Jly XS 18i
0. BUbaa Ar
4 0 Pan Lull
S3 S . ...Water Tut....
SS.S A F Irbuk .. .Lt
T.Lv ralrbuik ..".At,
3 .6 ..L&ad
45.8 .... onUution .......
i&5 3l ....tiaaaoo.......L
OFF FOR PHEN1X.
yitf lUtlaOL Slop on ' cmll.
I Kl Wiuiiua. Sapcrintend'atit.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC R.
i.03 a m
...Ueasn Art 540pm
....Y m 3-Sn
.Los Angeles ... lloopra
San Set. limited. eit bound, Uonatri and
a riayi &.19, Bnuoa
Han Set, L mite I1 a-cat bsini, Wedneari as
dainrdara, 4 OS Banaon
aaMirwui.anii. vsytt - -4 r -vw.iv
NEW MEXICO 4 ARIZONA
Lt Bensaa ..
.... Cnttenden .
..... Ctbaas .
10.40 a ra
t oop m
ta to pm
Jaily except Sai-lay. PariSe time.
J. J. Fser Genertl NUna?er.
VlOSU. L. H. AtECHT.
A' General Mn7er. Train Master.
MARICOPA & PHOENIX R R.
. North stations outh
So pm Lt Phoait Ar ooara
S.aSpm Tempe 120am
.oopm Kyrene 1155pm
9.35pm .Sicitoa 13 30pm
0.45 pro Marie )pa 1210pm
U. H. Ho"shel.l. Gen. Snpt
bflrer U quoted at CS J
Dr. Gaff, Benaoa Physician and
IT. T. Williams returned yesterday
IJm hii visit to Biibee.
Tli Mexican band it again in town
and discoursing tbelr excellent rausio.
Tboi. Lowry and wife left for Tuc
son this morning where Sir. Lowry
will do service lor Uncle Sam a juror
and Mrs. Lowry will yisit friends.
There will be a change in S. P. tim e
table Monday next to that the mail
will arrive in Tombstone about noon
inaUad of 10 o'clock at night, as at
present. This is as it should be.
Mrs. D. Hughes was an outgoing
patsenger this morning for Solomon
ville Graham County where she has
bein oslled in attendance at the lick
bed of her son who is in that city.
Three Unfortuaates to be Deliv
ered to Authorities.
This morning Sheriff Fly "and Dep
uty AWerd left no the coach withthrea
persons in charge to be delivered to
the authorities, one for Tucon aurt
two for the asylum at Phoenix.
Bob Forrest, the young man who U
accused ot being impllcatrd in the
Nogalss robbery auJ liowi arrtsted
in Biibee some time since, is to be
taken to Tucson where be will annwer
a similar charge. Forrest w ink n
befor Justice Koeka ester.lv, but oa
the grouud ot insuflicisnt etidmce,
was discharged; however, he was im
mediately rearrested on a warrant
from Sherif Leatherwood; hence his
free ride to Tucson this morning.
Forrest, to Prospector reporter,
stated that he expected tobedicharged
at Turson also as toon as the case
came to trial as be was in no way con
nected with the robbery.
Mus Annie Kane, the unfortunate
young girl who was adjudged insane,
was also in charge of the sheriff. Khe
appeared in belter spirits this morning
talked pleasantly, and was neatly
diesstd. She had read in the Fkos
rECTOR of the amusements and partic
ularly dansing at the asylum for the
benefit ot the inmates weekly, and at
once besought the obliging deputy to
hare her dancing pumps forwarded,
evidently fully realizing where she was
bound. These Intervals of lucid
neis her friends who know her state
may continue for day at a time when
suddenly ske loses -her balance and
labors under some hnlucination, wan
dering aimlei sty about. The hope is
held out that her derangement may
be cured, which is devoutly to be
Mr. John Brady, adjudged insane.
was alio helped aboard the stage. He
i an elderly gentleman, very reticent
and seemed to think be was going on
a pleasure trip.
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BUCKLIN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions and posi
tively care Piles, or no payment requir
ed it is guaranteed to give peefect stis a
faction or money refunded. Prices 50
cents per box. For sale a Tomb ione
Populists Sept. lth.
Democrats " 24lb,
Republicans " 25tb.
Democrats, at Tombstone Oat. Cib.
Bepublicanr, " '' Oct. 8th.
Populiita " Biibee to be set.
Nevrsv Bits on Numerous Subjects.
Ben Cook, Wm. Tomlinson, Tho.
Lowrey, Geo. RaSerty and A. J. Bis
sau will all be in Tucson to set as
jurors. Tner will be joined by the Bis
bee -delegation and tbns Cochife irfl1
be well repreen ted at Tucson.
Tne U. S. jurors from Tombstone
left this morning for Tucson. Th ey
will all take in the fiesta to bj held by
tba Mexican population at the an
cient and honorable pueblo on tbe
data of the Mexican independence.
K mat! was brought up from Fair
tank again last night becsusa of the
waihouts and non-arrival ot the N.
M. &. X. train. The washouts every
year came an immense lots to this
company and is a serions matter for
the management. The eastern and
western mail arrived today at noon
the roads having been repaired.
rl.ghest HonorsWorld's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADv
k pure Crape Crcan of Tartar Powder. Pre
mmAnmonii, Ahm or any other adtiltsjpt
-JO TEASS THE STAHOMJJ .
Mrs Lemon has taken possession of
tbe boarding houie formerly run by
Hauling of ore Is very light at pres
ent owing to the late rains and muddy
condition of the roads. But in a few
days when the reads dry out it will be
Mr. T. B. Johnston and Mr. Lee
Balkum bare returned from Hooker's
Mrs. James Barrett has returned
from Tombstone where she has been
viiiting tbe past week.
Frank Morino and Harry Rafieriy
came out last Sunday and spent the
Jay in Pearce.
Prof. J. A. Roc'. fellow expects to re
turn to Tucson nest Tuesday and re
same bis position as Professor of Math
ematics. Miii Lizzie Shaffer, Mr. Joe Shaffer
and Mr. Wean of Doa'Cabezas will
enter the Territorial University this
Miss Josapbinc Fo an tain has gone
to Tombstone to spend a few days vis
A dance was given at tbe Pearce
Boarding house an evening or two.
since, at which there were twelve ot
fifteen couples present. The hall war
nicely decerated ; the evening waa de
lightfully pleasant and crowd was joit
large enough to comfortably fill th
room and still allow ample space (or
the dancers to go through the differ
ent figures with grae and ease. Tbe
munis was furnished by Prof GaroiU
string band and most charmingly
sweet. This was certainly a pleasant
occasion for the young people of Pearce
and while siasilar events have been
very enjoyable indeed, this was pro-,
nouncd tbe event of tbe season. At
12:30 tbeniueic ceased and the danc
ers returned to their several homes to
plan and prepare for another, for tbe
coming together ot yonag in this way
marks a golden page in history el life
b4 stake esWtesaoe efesbly sweat.
The pleatant effect and perfect safety
with wtiich ladies may ue rup of Figs,
under all conditions mak'es it tbeir favor
ite remedy. To get the true and genu
"me article, look for the name of the
California Fig Syrup Company, printed
near the bottom of tbe package. For
tale by all responsible druggists.
MORGAN AND WRIGHT,
For tbeir little book, on qulok repair
tires. Reduced prices. Book will bs
sent free. Send yonr address, stating
that you saw "ad" in the PaosrrcTOR,
MORGAN AND WRIGHT,
William J. Bryan, th Democratic
for President, has vsry aptly said
"Don't take what other men say, but
study for yourself." In these days of
geld and silver discussions every man
old enough to vote should educate
himself on the great issue now bsfore
tbe people. Arguments should be
backed ap by facts, and in no work yet
issued en stiver is that side of the
question more dearly andcenvincing
ly presented than in the little book of
less than 100 pages, published by the
R. T Hayes Publishing Company, No.
927 Postal, "Silver, tbe Mon-y or the
Common People." Tbe price is 10
cents. 12 cents by mail.
Mrs. E. E. Davis, of San Miruel, Cal..
says: I am trying in a measure to re
pay the manufacturers of Chamberlan's
Cough Remedy for the great good their
remedy has done me. For years I was a
constant sufferer from weak lungs and
bronchial asthma. My rest at night was
disturbed by a hacking cough so that I
felt miserable the greater part of the
time. Many remidieies recommended by
friends were tried, none of which proved
suitable to my case. I did not exper
ience any beneficial results until I began
takiag Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
After two bottl-s of the larger sire had
been used I am pleased to state my
health is better than it has been for years.
Tbe soreness has left my lungs and chest
and I can breathe easily. II has done
me so much good that I want all who are
suffering from lung troubles, as I was, to
give it a trial." For sale by druggists.
The Cochise Gold Section Com
ing to the Front.
Mr. John Casey one of the owntf
of the famous Casey mine in Des Ca
bsza is in town. This property is 0 n
ceded by all mining-men who have
seen it to be a wouder and with the
handling of the mines by a company
f mLi and by tb erection of reduo
tion works st.d working on a big scale
could be made to astonish the mining
world In the matter ot dividends and
Mr. Casey states that last week a
new strike in one of his tunnels was
made that makes the property even
more valuable and is jubilant over bis
O'her properties in this se ctian are
also achieving prominence through
their development and among those
who ate working their claims with
success are Messrs McGreggsr and
Noble who are industriously at work.
Mr. Porter's holding's are progressing
satisfactorily and the owner well pleas
ad. Herrick and Cooper are showing
up b:diee of good ore; Sam Hansen
on his claims and J. J. Howard and
his promising showing give them en
couragment and work with renewed
vigor exposing the hidden wealth.
A wealthy Chicago mining man
earned J. Bryon has interested him
self and has secured an option on
some of tbe flattering showings. He
is making all arrangements to have
work pushed and develop the property
Gradually the attention ot capitalists
is dra-rn to this inviting field and the
eoming gold section ot the territory
indeed has a j roiperfus future.
Ttie biacaverr Nvot his Lite,
Mr. U. Caillouette, Druggist, Beaer
sville, I1L, ssys:"To Dr. King's New
Discover I owe my life, Was taken
with la Grippe aud triea all the phy
sicians, but ot no avail and was given
up and toM I could not live. Having
Dr. King's New Discovery in my store
I sent for a bottle and began iis use
and from the first dose began to get 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 without it." Get a free t tall
the Tombstone Drug Store.
a m 1
sir. Price's Cream tuna row cut
How a Candidate Hade His
An enamored young man ddrcsed
a marriage proposal to his lady love
say an exchange, as follows:
"My Dear Miss: I hereby an
nounce myself as a candidate for your
hand and shall use all fair and honor
able means to secure the nomination.
I know that there are many candi
date in the field, and I hesitated
long before entering the race, but now
I am in to slay. ,
My views on love and matrimony
have often been expressed in yonr
bearing and I need not repeat tbm
hero. You know I favor free coinage
of love a IC to 1 lore and a main
tenance of free silver after marriage.
If you dteide to confer upon me tbo
honor I seek, please fix dale for a
caucus with yonr mother. I have no
objection to her acting as temporary
chairman, provided it is clearly un
derstood that I am to be chairman of
the permanent organization.
Should the result of tho caucus
prove satisfactory we can soon hold
the primary and select th date of the
convention. I have never believed in
long campaigns, so if yon decide to
tumor me I will ask yon to make con
vention data a early a possible.
A Bridge Swept A way On the
N. 31- & A.
pc An--"Age j
of investigation" indeed! -You
are interested in a hun
dred far-away matters that do
not concern you at all. But
here is a matter, that comes
to your own door, an evil
that attacks you and your wife
and your children, and you
pay no attention to it,
Investigation indeed! This
is an age cf talk I
Enough people have
stopped using colored tea
and begun to use" Schilling' 's
Best to pay us richly for un
dertaking this crusade. But
this is not enough. The dif
ference between Schillings
Best and colored tea is so
great in wholesomeness and
and delicacy of flavor and so
little in price, that everybody,
except thedullest minds, ought
to stop drinking that poison
ous colored tea.
Schilling's Best is the
Schilling's Best coffee, soda, baking
powder, spices, and flavoring extracts
are also good in their way and money
backed. A Schilling & Company San Francisco
P. B. WARNEKROS.
Two Tjives Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas of Junction City
til., was told by her doctors she had con
sumption and that there was no hope for
her, but two bottles of Dr. Kings .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
New Discoverp and in two weeks was
cured. He is naturally thankful. It is
ruch results, of which there are samples
that prove the wonderful efficacy ot tbe
medicine in coughs aad colds. Free
trial bottles at Tombstone and Bisbee
drug stores, Regular size 50c and $10
ARE YOU GOING
-A. S HP
The Southern (Pacific Company
have place on sale at Benson round
trip tickets to points north and east at
greatly reduced Tales. Before pur
chasing your tickets call on or address
Agent at Baston,
Or T. H. Goodmae,
O. P. A. San Francisco.
Mammoth Stock Of
Boots & Shoes
Mining & Farm
ALL ML BE SOLD AT
Tim msst scricos washout of the
season on the N. M. & A. occurred
some time during the night or early
ibis morning. The trouble is at bridge
number 196 about three miles beyond
Calabasas. Two bents of the bridge
are entirely washed away and two pil
ing are going from tbe third bent,
while abont ninety feet of tbe embank
ment are washed out leaving the track
suspended. The north bound passen
ger train was obliged to return to No
gales, and will probably not get
through to Benson until to-morrow,
although two work cre-v have been
put on and the br uk will bo repaired
as soon as possible. Vidette.
n U11V.C 10 fic.nc.Di uiva.i irii
JLv bidawill be received by the undersigned
administrator of the estate of Eraila Lenormaad
deceased up to and including November 14th
rSS.at b iore in Tombstone Arizona for .tnt
ranch of 1 6a acres, heretofore owned and occu
pied by said decea:ed. situated on the ban
Pedro nver in said county; just above Ike Grand
Central Mill, and about tvo mil-s below the
town of Fairbanz and also for all the persoaal
prapertr and utensils belonrinz to and situated
upon said ranch hl.-h personal property is de
scribed in the inventory and apprisement in this
estate, on file with the Probate Judge of said
county. Pos ession can be given December
1st. 189ft. Terms of sale, cash. Therichtta
reject any ana all BOS la nerecv reserved.
GEO. H. FITTS
Bated September yh. 1E06
Mrs. S. A. Kell, of Pomona, CaL, had
the bad luck to sprain her ankle. "I
tried several liniments,'' she says, "but
was not cured until I used Chamberlain's
PainBilrn. That remedy cured me and
1 take pleasure in recommending it and
estifying to its efficacy." This medicine is
talsoof ereat value for rheumatism, lame
back, pains, in the chest, pleurisy and all
aeep-seatea ana muscular puns, tor
sale by Druggists.
Perfrrt see& zrov
rarenotfttiwo hr-.-buccv. "JothS
' Ine rerrr'-' eeda. Dmnnj'
mam ev-yviTMrt. Writ tor
, for 1894. Brtrcfol of Tainted 1
l IBTormM Ion about tal ajul ow-1
C atla. J'tmi br BamaL .
D. M. FEIRT ft CO..
He received tbe following brief re
ply: , "Caucus unnecessary. Report oa
permanent organization seti factory ;
nomination unanimous; oome at once
and fix date of ratification, Yonrs,
fkuDiBB tobaccos is " Inst .i
good as Durham."
Every old smoker
knows there is none just
as good as
"We had an epidemic of dysentery in
this vicinity last summer," says Samuel
S. Pollock, of Briceland, Cal. "I was
taken with it and suffered severely until
some one called my attention to Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, I procured a bottle aad felt
better after the first dose. Before one
half of the bottle had been used I was
well. I recomraeaded.it to my friends
and their experience was thefcame. We
all unite ia sayiac it.is Use Mat." For
sole by PrwsjgjaU.
Ton win find one coupon inside
. eachtwoouncebag.and twocoa- .
v pons insHie eacn four ounce
a taeot iJIackwell'a nnr,am
cftlA ?uy tbKf th5 Je-
uiMicu louacco ana reaa tne
coupon which gives a list I
w vaanaoie presents and now
to get menu
CLEARANCE - SALE.
GOODS ALL FRESH AND NEW
We Respectfully Solicit The Trade oj All Residents O '
Cochise County. No Trouble to Show Goods. CaUind
Convince Yourselj of The
We Mean Business.
GiVE US A CALL