Newspaper Page Text
ftriEMBEB 8 l89C
RAILROAD TIME TABLE8
UONA SOUTHEASTERN .
E TIM TABLK I?
t.!f " :f
J BUUom ka
a BbbM J
...Dan Lai. .
U r irbuk ... .Lt
Lt fUbnk ...'.At
yiK UiWai. Slop on ; iwala.
is Wn.l.uita. SaperinltBiatit.
13UTHER.M PACIFIC R.
..Y m. ...
..Los Anceles ...
AH 5.40 pm
I 1 oopm
iu St, UmlUJ, basa. Mauaays a4
a ndarc S.IS. BuiMa
Sua Set, LmlUl'wMt ajaal, W4ni4rt an
aataraaya, 4 4 Bum
aww www" '"" 1 "i'j j3cg" 'i "
NEW MEXICO ARIZONA
JMpm Lv ..... Bensan . .
.am hairoans ....
ceo am Hnacrraca....
x.aoant .... Crittenden ...
.win .... CaUbznx ...
9.00 a ra
i!W nmt Snndav. Pacific time.
J. T. Fasv General Manager.
A. NOCLK. U H. AL1SBCHT.
Mifan General Maaarer. Train Master.
MARICOPA PHOENIX R R.
Lt Phonic ....
. Kyrene ...
Mane pa. ..
13 30 pa
(i. H.'HONSHSIX, Geo. Supt.
culver is quoted at 65
Dr. Gaff, Benson Physician and
I SJlBjl ' -
There's health In Schilling' Beit
A detachmeat of soldiers inoluding
coats and an array wagon wh at Dra
goon Sammit on the l(tb en rente to
airs. W. O. Abbott left this morn
ing for Bmon to meet their daughter
who will arrive there in a few day. la
the meantime Mrs. Abbott will Tiait
IT. Price's Craaaa Baklac Powattf
WariraFairKlchaat Jtadalaarf I
A paper bicycle fcaa cow invaded
the field. Paper fiber, similar to that
used ta the Manufacturing of car
wheel, it employed for tubing. The
wheel weight 20 pounds and i said
to be quite at ilrong aa any bow in
One night but week J. F. Bussell
was attacked by a lynx, weighing
forty-fire pound, at a lime kiln near
Globe. While he wae in a recumbent
potitioa the lynx (prang upon him
and tank ita teeth and claw into bis
right foot. Bassell jumped up, and
with hi right foot upon the lynx's
neck, held the vicious beast until a
companion killed it with a club.
Fit tramp came in towa yesterday
but were accorded a cool reception.
Deputy Chief Welter escorted them to
:k city limits and they reluetanly
obeyed his order to rrnvs en. Tomb
stoae is not troubled with the tramp
nuisance as the vigliene of the oSeers
and their strict orders hare- sorrel to
give the tramps a warning and ther
invarably pas us by.
tflgttest Honors Werld' Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADS.
4fjrtCfpCrea.ti of Tartar Powttcr. Tm
Persistait Effort of an Iasaae
Maa His Vagaries.
Frank White a young mn who is
remembered by all resident ot Tomb
stone was yosterdayVxmained before
Frobate Judge Bradley at tobiiaanitr-
White was o a uiet and reticent
dispeeition but the past few day be
hat shows unmistakable signs ef m-n
tal dersniemont which was first man
fett by bis appearance at eoTeral place
about town and demanding to Icpot
the combination on the tafw of ihv
difftront t to res and saloons. At first
the request was naturally regarded a
a jek but White was in earnest aue
became haughty. He would leave and
call again on the same aistion. He
in one inttaace was put off with some
evasive reply and would call agala
within lets tbaa an half hour and
at intervals during the day with his
periUUat request until it was found
necessary to investigate hi case.
Ha also believes he is persecuted
and told a friend he might get mad
and injure tbo wrong person, which
would serve as a lesion and his phan
tom assailants would tl 03 stop. He
alio firmly holds tbat he is one ot the
heirs of the famous Edwards estst in
New York, and claim f 5,000,000 as
His case i not of a violent charac
ter. At times his words are ditcon
aected and he wander in his conver
sation. Ho will be taken toPhenix In
a few day, having been adjudged
insane and is now in the custody of
An exobange ofsrs the following
In regard to tbo prevailing style ot
architecture in this felon: "The
eastsrn man who referred to the adobe
hens iathis routbwssl corner of the
country by saying that 'architecture
in this region ts the gentle art of mak
ing mud pies.' was not far from wrong
I if ftInatinv Mnhn flnmlrilaa mm AAn.
I atruoted by the j a&iards and Mex
' ican. Hit when it is found tbat thee
'dibobuilJingt will last two or three
hundred yearr, ll.u 'mud pie, aichit
eo'ur ouinieud itself to the prac
tical niiud in the matter ot wearing
qualities at lat. It Is a commentary
ou 'tit: salubrity and dryness ot our
elimatt.ttiat Kind liouges will stand
in, rarket lor centuries anal compare
wsll iu isuduiing qualities with the
oak frame homesteads on the bleak
hilNides ot New England and other
Mrs. E. . Davis, of San Miguel, CaL,
says; "I an 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 couch so that 1
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
taking Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
After two bottles cf the largtr sue had
been used I am pleased to state my
health is better than it has been for years.
The soreness has left my lungs and chtst
and I can breathe easily. II has done
me so much good that I want all who are
suffering from lung troubles, as f was, to
give ita trial." For sale by druggists.
Fjpultit Sept. 19th.
Democrat " 24 lb,
Republicans " 25th.
Democrats, at Tombstone Oct. Ctb,
Republican, " "" Oct. 8th.
FopulUtt " Biebeo to be set.
Last August while working in the har
vest field I became overheated, was sud
denly attacked with cramps and was
nearly dead. Mr. Cummings, the drug
gut, gave tne a dose of Chamberlain''
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
which completely relieved me. I now
keep a bottle of the remedy handy. A.
M. BUNNELL, Centerville, Wash. For
sale by Druggists.
Wkilo making excavations in the
state of Micboaoan, Doctor Saba
Uurguia discovered what is thought
by scisntists to be a genuine Aateo
skeleton. A eurious fact is noted that
imbedded and thorough-incrusted iu
the vertebrae was found a lance of
obsidian which historically belongs to
tbo Altec warrior. Tbo body was sev
ered with uteniils and pottery of pre
Mrs. S. A. Kelt, of Pomona, CaL, had
the bad luck to sprain her ankle. "I
tried several liniments," she says, "but
was not cured ontil I used Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. Tbat remedy cured me and
I take pleasure in recommending it and
estifying to its efficacy." This medicine is
talsoof great value for rheumatism, 'lame
back, pains, in the chest, pleurisy and all
deep-seated and muscular puns. For
sale by Druggist.
The latest news of the Palomas ens.
torn house attack is coatiiasd in a dis
patch from Dealing, which say :
"Twenty Mexican and American
bandita attacked the custom house at
Palosnaa at 2 o'clock and fought until
seven, wbsn they weto repulsed by
guards and soldiers. Two bandits
were killed and several wounded, who
Were carried away by the bandits in a
wagon waitiog this side of the lino.
One Mexican soldier was mortally
"Three guards, Men to Negro, Munos,
and Bnyce, were wounded. About one
hundred bandits ta all ars now thought
to bo in the Florida mountains. Two
ot the N galea bank robbers were seen
smh lb so. Probably all arc togatber.
A Mexican wbo was arrested south of
this towa Monday sight on saapiaion
waa tarac looae Uci night for want ot I
tidoao. laforatalioo t awl to gel.'
FOB OTKB PsFTY YEAatBJ.
An old, well-tried remedy, Mrs
Winslow's Soothing Syrup has born
usdd for over fifty years by millions of
mothers lor their children while teeth
in;, with perfect success. It soothes
the child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. It i 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
slop's Soothing Syrup, and take
no other kind.
PARTY LINES GONE,
Mr. Ford on the Easterm Polit
After an absence of several weeks
Hen. Rochester Ford has returned to
Arizona from a trip to St. Loui.
8poakiag of the political situation Mr.
Ford, according to tho Star, says tbat
it cannot be very well understood at
this distance from the (astern or great
middle state. Party lines have betn
almost wholly obliterated by the silver
qjcitiiin. Families and long estab
lished pattnerhips are divided upon
it. Men who might be expected to be
cold men are vigorously advocating
Irea coinage, end many whose inter
rsta would appear to be served by free
coinage are the most outspoken advo
cates of monomttalism. It curiously
happens tbat many poor men are for
gold and many capitalist and money
lenders for silver.
Among Mr. Ford's old frisnds is a
gentleman, the manager of aa estate
worth a halt million. He is himself a
rich man and his chief occupation is
the lending ot money. Yet the Chi
cago platform has no more ardent
su( porter. Notwithstanding the un
certainties attending the campaign
Mr. Ford believes tbat Mistouri will
be Democratic by from 70,000 to 5,
000. He thinks also that tbo popu
larity of Altgeld will save Illinois to
Daring the early part ol Mr. Ford's
stay in St. Louis the weather was a
great deal hotter and more exhausting
then any condition of temperature he
bad experienced in Arizona.
"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, I procured a bottle and felt
better after the first dose. Before one
half of the bottle had been used I was
well I recommended it to my friends
and their experience was the same. We
all unite in saying it is the .best," For
sale by Druggists.
The following rule governing tbo
importation of live stock into this ter
ritory snouta te remitter to all our
stockmen: Rule 6 It shall bo tho
duty of all transportation companies,
before entering tho territory with aay
lire stock to inform tbo sanitary 00a-
mistion, through the secretary at Pbe-
nix, Arizona, giviog the name of the
shipper, the place from which the
stock were brought and the locality
within the territory to which it ia des
tined. Should tho atoek com a from
an inff-ctrd district, which would rea
der them liable to communicate aa
infection or contagions disease, tbo
territorial veterinary surgeon shall
have thsm placed ia quarantine till
alt danger of infection ia passed.
Should thry coma from a healthy dis
trict they will be admitted if epeoa-
panied with a proper health certificate
of the stata veterinarian where tboy
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 aad posi
tively cures Piles, or so payment reqair
ed it is guaranteed to give peefect stis-a
faction or mosey reloaded. Prices 50
cents per box. For sale t Toeabioac
.What a Respecltd Resident
Says of Mexico and Silver
Stephen A. D. Uptou ot Bisbee, the
representee of CochitO couuty en
route for tho Williau. cenvtu'ion,
stopped in Pbenix .yesterday, say the
Gasstte, and purcwe hi journey this
morning. He i- for Mark Smith from
atart to finish and says even the Re
publicans of his county will euport
tho Democratic choice tor delegate.
Mr. Upton is a lawyer and mining
man. As a leeal light hts ability hat
been as highly recognized in Mexico
as bas that of any foreigner, being
barred only from the supreme court
ta the practice of law. Mr. Upton
taya a man can not long reside in
Mexico without being thoroughly In
favor ol the free coinage of silver. In
the p8l throe years undtr free coin
age Mexican bonds have risen from 36
per eent ef tbeir face valua to 67 per
cent and internal prosperity has been
in like proportion. Hundreds of
thousands of United States gold goes
yearly into Mexico where it is invested
in manufacturing, with a perfect pro
tection from the outside nations
againsCcompetitlon. The Mexican dol
lar buys as much a it did when worth
$1 29, but of course it i depreciated
The Discovers- Havoxl 11U Lite.
Mr. O. Caillouatte, Druggist, Beaver
sville, I1L, sys:"To Dr. King's New
Discovery I owe my life, Waa taken
with La Grippe and tried all the phy
sician, but of no avail and was given
up and told I could not live. Having
Dr. King's New Discovery in my store
I sent for a bottle and began its ute
and from the first dote began to get bet
ter, and after ussg three bottle waa up
and about again. It is worth it
weight in gold. We won't keep store
or house without it." Get a free t lall
the Tombstone Drug Store.
Bar! Sweet Ilonae.
Unconsciously, perbap, those tea-ad-vertitoments
hae touched upon a very
"Keep your husband at the boms,"
tbey say, ' by making the laM, as
well as the parlor, attractive." and
then tboy go on to ssy that the grace
of the tea-table is good tes.
No matter about the advertisement
part of it; there is wicdom in the gen
We have area a late titteranee ef Mr.
W. D. Howell, that we should all be
much batter off if our men were kind
cr to our women.
Yes, but there is another side to it.
Are the women as kind to the men at
they oan possibly be? Are our homs
aa cosy and pleasant as they tnigh.be?
Whoa cur men come home tired
and a little cross, do they find the
upper-table always rsstful. and do
they linger at it loug 'and willingly?
Or do they hurry away aud gooff with
other men and drink, and all the test?
Tho foundation of our race 1 tbr
home. Keep it clean and pleasant,
audit will stand forever.
t 1 .., a- 1
Twii Lives Saved.
Mrs. "Phoebe Thomas of Junction City
IU.. was told bv her rf.rtnr ( hort ...
sumption and that there was no hope for
her, but two bottles of Dr. King's New
discovery curea ner, ami fae says it
saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggerf, 139
Florida St.. San Franrttrn cnfr.-rrl fm...
a dreadful cold, approaching consump-
" - ituuuk ,cuu cvcryiuiag tisc
then bought one bottle of Dr. King's
New Discover? and in two weeks was
cured. He is naturally thankful. It is
ruch results, of which there are samples
tbat prove the wonderful efficary ot the
medicine in coughs aad colds. Free
trial bottles at Tombstone and Bisbee
drug stores, Regular size 50c and J too.
of Japan tea comes to Amer
ica ; -but before it gets Here it
is weighted and painted be
yond all recognition; it is
made to appear that which it
comes here too, and goes into
Schillings Best. It is the
pick of Japan tea the ten
derest and healthiest leaves.
It needs no false appearance
to sell it; it is tea real tea.
Now, really, do you know
what real tea tastes like?
Get Schillings Best at your
grocer's. If you don't like it,
go back to your grocer and
He'll give you your money
Also pure and money-backed: Sckil
limjt -oVi coffee, bakirig-pow der, soda,
spices, and flavoring extracts.
A Schilling & Company San Frtncac
WA ITED SOLICITORS KOR CAM.
PAIGN Book "Bryan Scwall and Free Sllvci'i
authorized by Bnrin written by R. L. Metcatf
by Rryan contains speeches and platform. A
bonanza for scents: a tree silver mire for work.
en; only (1.50; the only authorized book 50 per
cent; credit given; freight paid; outfit free, Bejin
now with choice of terntory; permanent, profi
table work far '96. Address The National Book
concern, sur buitoinc. ChJcaeo. ai
WANTED AN ENERGETIC MAN TO
establish branch office her Sico. per
month salary. For foil information. aUdrrti
Koom t. 373 5. Alain St. Los Angeles. Calif.
vincice uiermcai Lo.
A Good Ranch and Improve
ments Offered for Sale.
"VrOTICK IS HERF.BY GIVEN THT
Jji bid will be received bv the uadersimed
administrator cf the estate of Emil Lenonnaad
deceased up to and including November 141b
itoj.at his store ia Tombstone Aruoca for th
ranch of 160 acres, heretofore owned and occu
rred by said deceard. situated on the San
Pedro nrex in said county; just above the Grand
Central MilL and about two miles below the
town of Fairbank aad also for all the persoaal
property and utensils belonging to and situated
upon said ranch which personal property is de-
scnocu in me inventory ana apprisement in this
rcate. on file with the Probate lodge o' said
county. Possession can be given December
1st, 1S96. Terms of sale. cash. The riijht to
reject any ana all bids u hereby reserved.
GEO. II. FITTS
D tied September $th, 1896
Allen St near 31, (Old Custom House.)
Frtth California Jruh received every day
by exprai. Everything told at
hueit ratet. Goods delivered
ree to all carts of cits.
Tombstone & Pearce
MAIX AND STAGE LINE.
IRANK BLATZ, - Prop.
Makes semi weekly trips to and from
Pearce every Wednesday and Sun
day of each week, making the round
trip in one dsy, carrying U. S. mail
FARE, round trip - ja
Bw iunnAin 1
T wCS Sad aa coupon laatde aaek S aaaaa kaf aad taw cawaaaa SaaM MM (SB ts. BY
""-" - -i -r-j- . 1 , m
P. B. WARNEKROS,
CLOSING8 OUT ! I
His Mammoth Stock Of
Boots & Shoes
Mining & Farm
WH BE SOLD AT COST.
CLEARANCE - SALE,
GOODS ALL FRESH AND NEvV
We Respectfully Solicit The Trade oj All Resident 0
Cochiss County. No TroubU to Show Goods. CkU.ahd
Convince Yourself of The
We Mean Business.
Ji.TOL3L5tWllU SeU At
GE US A CALL