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OCTOBKK 10. 1896
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direr U quoted at 65
l)r. Gaff, .Benaoa Phjaician and
Mr. and Mr. Lowry left yeiUrdar
for Tocion on a Tisit.
George Thomae left at 4 o'clock this
afternoon for Pearce. He will return
Alexander Cms is ia from Tur-
quoii today. He reporti Terrthiiift' O
X is hie lection.
The territarial republican central
committee baa adopted an American
Si Bryant cam in today from Tur-
queie where be baa been doing aitcte
aaint work on his mine.
If Scbilling'a Beet tea ie money
backed and otber tea i not, wbicb
do you think it pure?
BegUtratioa claeei on Octeber 13,
No one can rote unites registered.
If your name it not on the roll attend
to it today.
Mr. X, H. 6 tone came in yeeterday
from tbe Huachucae, and wae enjoy
ing hisaeelf but night at the merry-
Bvcxmra absica sax.ve.
The best salve in the world for cuts
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, farer
seres, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
coras, and all skin eruptions and posi
tively cores Piles, or no payment reqnir
ed it is guaranteed to give peefect sti-a
Mction or money reranded. Prices 50
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MOST PERFECT MADE.
WHAT MATHEWS SAYS.
Iadiaaa aadllliaoia for Br van
aad Ohio Doiibtlul-
The following pros dispatch ii sent
out frera Kiehmotnl, Virginia, and is
full of consolation to the people, for if
it ie a eorreot forecast it meaos tucoets
to Bryan and fre silver and protpority
for tbe whole country.
"Coverner Mathews of Indian lias
written the Richmond Slate as follows
regarding the political tituatton in bis
"In reply to yours of the 30th ulti
mo. bioh I have just read, I an glad
to ear that after quite an extended
canvass of the state, I bave no doubt
of tbe result. Bryan will carry Indi
ana by a tremendous majority. Our
people, especially in the country dis
tricts, are thoroughly aroused to tbe
importance of tbe issue.
"My adv icee lead me to believe that
Illinoie will be for Bryan and Ohio
may be put in the doubtful list. Welt
informed gentlemen from Kentucky
feel satisfied that Kentucky will re
tarn to the old faith and be in tbe
Democratic column again."
Such news as this coming from the
well potted source from which it does,
makes tbe pulse of tbe great laboring
and producing world beat a little
easier, and adds another spark to tbe
fir cf hope that is blazing In the
hearts of the common people.
Theblftcorar Bavo-d his sulf e.
Mr. G. Caillouetle, Druggist, Beaver
ville,IlL, eays: "To Dr. King's New
Discovery I owe my life, Was taken
with La Grippe and tried all tbe phy
sicians, 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 use
and from tbe first dose began to get bet
ter, and alter using three bottle was up
and about agsin. It is worth tts
weight in gold. We won't keep store
or house without it." Get a free t tall
the Tombstone Drug Store.
Bishop O. D.Fass, of Philadelphia is
the presiding officer at the Methodist
conference now in session at Pfaenix.
Tbe precinot delegates of the Dem
ocratic party will meet at tbe City
Hall tonight for tbe purpose of nom
inating precinct officers and a mayor,
four councilman and a chief of polioe,
Mrs. J. H. Slanghter and daughter,
Miss Ads, came in yesterday evening
frorrT Magdalene, Mexico, where they
bave been to witness the fiesta of San
Francisco Javier, and left this morn
ing for their home at San Bernardino.
Mrs. Howell also returned.
Last August while working in the har
vest field I became overheated, was sud
denly attacked with cramps and was
nearly dead. Mr. Cumtnings, the drug
gist, gave me 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
sals by Druggists.
C. W. Tyler, the Biabee correspon
dent of the Prospector, came over to
day on business, and incidentally to
look after bis political fence. Mr.
Tyler is tbe Republican nominee for
county surveyor and from tbo present
appearance of things it looks as if be
might bo able to pull through all right,
Tom Sorin came in today front tbe
east. He is looking fine and sayr be
enjoyed bis trip hugely, but is mad as
a wet ben because of the report pub
lished in tbe Montgomery Frees, a
geld bug sheet published iu Maryland.
Tom says they misquoted him, and
bia feathers are all turned the wrong
way over tb matter.
Of air tbe offices to be filled at tbe
coming eleetioa there are none brought
with so much interett to the people
tbe taxpayers aa that of Supervisor.
The parties have named good men. on
their tickets for tbene positions and
selections can be-madetlii t'me with
out fear of making any mi-tnke.
George Kich and Gtorg Hill were
bunting Sunday near tbe Uiand Can
van, aava tbe Fisntaff Democrat, and
a serious scefdent befell Mr. Hill A
door bid been spotted and a shot taken
at it. Hill went arouod through the
stunted piaet to see. if tCe deer bad
boon killed. When quite a distance
from Mr. Kicb he disappeared from
view tor a moment and on reappeared
r aln Kicb took bint for tbo deer, and
taking aim fired to shots as tbo sup
posed animal. The first shot wbizsed'
baimlessly by Hill's bead and be hol
lowed out to Kich in alarm, but was
nnbenrd. Tbe second shot eaugbt him
in ike left side, entering just bole w tbe
armpit, a few iaebos Irem tbe neart,
mmi aaaiisr est ander the left skoalder
THE POPS NOMINATE
City aad Preciact Ticket
Pat ia the Field,
The delegates of tbe People's party
for Tombstone preelnct, met last night
for the purpose of nominating a city
aud precinot ticket, and the following
named gentlemen were chostn ;
For Mayor, 0. S, Bachelor.
Cennoilman, First Ward, 3. F. Dun
can. Sseoad Ward, no nomination made.
Third Ward, Joseph Lippert.
Fourth Ward. A. Garrett.
For Cbiuf of Polioe. A. J. BtssetU
For Justices of tbe Peace, J. A.
Koska and J. F. Dundan.
For Constable A. J. Bissett.
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas of Junction City
111., was told by her doctors she had coo
sumption and that there was no hope for
her, but two bottles of 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
New Discoverp and in two weeks was
cured, tie is naturally tnankruL It is
ruch results, of which there are samples
that prove the wonderful efficacy ol the
medidne in coughs aad colds. Free
trial bottles at Tombstone and Bisbee
drug stores, Regular sue 50c and 5 1.00
FEAR THE YAQLIS.
United States Troops on the
Border to Prevent a Raid.
At the request of Central Torres of
Mexico, tbe United lutes is making
a military dispaly on tbe frontier dur
ing tb? fiesta of San Francisco at
Magdalena, Mexico, which is being
held there. Tbe Mexican population
is very anxious aa tbe movements of
the Yaquis are suspicious. One troop
ef the First cavalry uuder Captain
Bomui of Ft.Huachuea has gone to
Aravaca. Another troop is camped
at Calabasas, twelve miles north of
Nogales. A great number of YaquU
bave galbere J at MsedMena to par
ticipate in the festivities. It is re-
ported that the number of them pres
ent this year is greater than ever be
fore, The hostility of some of the
bands recently makes it seem prob
able that another raid on the towns in
northern Sonora may be attempted,
FOK OVER FIFTY VEAKt.
An old, well-tried remedy. Mrs
Winslow's Soothing Syrup has fcn
used for over fifty years by millions' of
mothers lor their ohildren while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes
tbe child, softens tbe gums, allays all
pain, cures wind colio, and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. It is pleasant
to the taste. Sold "by druggist in
every part of tbe world. Twenty-five
cents a bottles Its value is incalcu
lable. Be sure and.ask for Mrs. Win
slow's Soothing Syrup, and take
no otber kind.
There seems to bare been a fatality
attached to that east bound" train tbe
bandits attempted to rob last Friday
night near Rio Puereo, at which Cole
Young was killed. When near Osage
Kansas, the boiler of tbe locomotive
exploded, killing seven people, the
engineer and fireman being among tbe
A telegram front Butte, Montana,
says that W, A. Clark of that place,
and who is tbe owner ef tbe United
Verde mines at Jerome, is about te
erect an exleneive sugar plant at Ana
heim, California. It will be ene of
tbe largest of tbe kind in tbe world
and will oott more than f400,000. It
will grind tons of beets daily, making
15,000 tons of sugar in tbe four months
of tbe seaten. He is also considering
the erection of a sugar factory in Mon
The Colorado river has been on n
boera the last week. Captain Polbe
tnus wbo baa been on tbe liver for
forty years, says tbo river bas never
been so high in tbe month of Septem
ber. On tbe morning of tbe 27th of
September tbe water gauge read
eighteen feet end five inches ; tbe 28 th
nineteen feet hx incbee; the.59tb,
twenty-three feet two inches ; tbe 30tb,
twenty-four feet six inches; making a
rise ef six feet and ene fnefc. Tbe
eanse was anosnally heavy Tains in
Wyoming and Celeiad'o. It rained
there fer' forty bonis doing greet dam
age to railroads and ether nreeertjw
A DESPERATE RIDE.
Was Pitiful in its Misery.
A cycle raco for twenty-four bours.
the first of its kind in America, was
held in Chicago last week, The finish
was.raade Saturday night and amid
tbe plaudits of 10.000 people Louis
Gimna was the winner. He got 9500
in cash and an American record, aside
from the glory which bit feat will give
him among racing enthusiasts. But
here is the story Giram paid for ths
inrignifieant honors: Gimm's finitb
was one of tbe most pitiful tights tbst
was ever beheld on a race track, says a
Chicago paper. The men seemed a
physical wreck, bis mind even not
being clear. He was too weary to
observe anything; bis eyes were glassy
and bis form limp. He could not sit-
straight in tbe saddle. In-vain did -the
crowd call to bias to bear -up. Tbe
entreatiesef the judges to -ride erect
were directed to deaf 'ears. In face
and figure he 'looked coFpse-like, and,
were it not for the mechanical move
ments of bis limbs, there was not a
spectator in,tbe vast crowd who would
bavs pronounced him alive. Finally
bis slow ride eadsd. And not too soon
as be fell almost fainting into the
arms of bis train sr nsar tbe tents.
People bave varied ideas of the effects
ol sucnst terrins strain on a man's
constitution. One man who sat near
the judges' stand said that ten years
bas been taken from Gimm be rested
only thirty-five minutes during tbe
entire twenty-four hours.
Mrs. S. A. Kell, of Pomona, CaL, had
tbe bad luck to sprain her ankle. "I
tried several liniments," she says, "but
was not cured until I used Chamberlain's
Bain Balm. That remedy cured me and
I takea pleasure recommending it and
testifying to its fficacy." This med, icineis
also 01 great value for rheumatism, lame
back, pains, in the chest, pleurisy and all
deep-seated and muscular pains. For
sale by Druegis
Card r TamBbaw
To tbe good people of Benson. agd
vcinity: We desire to tbank-yeufene
and all, for the kind assistance and
sympathy rendered in our late terri
W. M. Zkxk,
O. F. AsuncBN.
from tbe Los Angeles Herald,
under the b6ed of marriage licenses
granted we find tbe following: '
EtfTarbell, a native of New York,
araf 21 years, and a resident of Ssnta
Ana, and Nellie Clark, a native ef
Texas, aged 18 years, and-a resident of
Tombstone, Arizona."' ''Both tbe con
tracting parties are well and favarsbly
known in Tombstone, and tbe P&os
rxcros joins their many friends here
in wishing thsm a bappy and prosper-
oils 'journey through life.
"Senator Quay has quit in disgust".,
is the announcement made by tbe New
York World. He bas withdrawn from
tbe campaign and gone borne to Penn
sylvania, otensibly because be can't
"get along" peaceably with "coutin"
William MoKinley Osborne, but those
who know Mr. Quay know that be
never quite on account of any such
reason as that. He bas tbe faculty of
"getting along" with anybody as long
as there is a fair prospect of success
but there is no one in tbe United
States wbo can find a good reason for
getting out of a losing game quicker
than Mr. Quay. Tbe fact that he bas
"quit in disgust" and gone home
shews that he thinks tkere is no long
er any hope for ths MdKinley cause
and there are but few persons in this
country who can sin up tbe politieial
situation mors accurately than Mr
Quay. Albuquerque Democrat.
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Nine of tfie flVe kinds of
Schillings Mist tei are ex
travagant. Each is a fall round money's
worth, and money back if you
don't like it.
Other members of the money-back
family: SekiHimg't SestcotTte, baking,
powder, soda, spices, seasoning, flavor
ROLL OF HONOR.
Names of Those Giving to Aid
. in the Cause of Silver
The following is a list of contribut
ing members of the Tombstone Bime
tal lio League. Tbe roll of honor will
be published occasionally and addi
tional uanet added aa fast as any
donations are made :
FJ N. Wolcott
A. L. Grow
B. A. Packard '
Mrs. Josiab Kirlew
A. D. Walsh
M. J. Brown
Geo. H. Fitta
Dr. H. S. Gordon. Wm. Kirlew
Henry Dunker .
A. H. Emanuel
H. J. Gray
F.E. Cad well
J, A. Koska
C. L. Cummlngs
Col. B.8. Hafford
R. E. Jackson
W. O. Abbott
J. S. Trowbridge
A. L. Brooks
J. N. McDonough Sam Cowan
J as. F.Dansan
E. H. Storrs
Cbas. Hancock ,
C.B. Tarbell .
Geo W. Swain
J. J. Pattern .
At the office of Consul General
Morse in Pari, says a correspondent
of tbe Atlanta Constitution, I met Mr.
John C. Calhoun, tbo well known
New York financier who bears so hon
ored a name. Mr. Calhoun- has been
in Europe for two or three months
and during that time bad been almost
constantly with London and European
financiers. "I bave tried," said Mr.
Calhoun, "to make tbe 'fullest study
possible jot tbe financial .question aa It
is viewed on this side, of lbs water. It
is the almost universal opinion.', be
went on to say, "that a silver, victory
in the" United" States' would be fol
lowed, and almost, immediately,
by the opening of tbe mints ef
Europe to silver at the same ratio
as that in America. The' only rbv
eminent which might hold oat is
Great Britain, wbisb, being purely a
commercial nalionand not a prod us
ing nation has prospered so nndsr tbe
tnegoia stasdara wbtob it baa suc
ceeded in forcing on the 'rest of tbe
world, at the detriment of tbe produe
log countries. But I find out
also that it is the universal opinion
both in London and on tbe oontinent,
that Great Britain cannot'potsibly
hold out, for to do so would mean
great inroads into their commercial
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