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RAILROAD TIME TABLES
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NEW MEXICO 4 ARIZONA
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1. J. Fa Kir General Manager.'
A. NAUGLB, J- H. ALBRECIir.
Assists G-nerI Minaer. Train Mast-r.
MARICOPA 4 PHOENIX R R.
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O. H. Honshell, Gen. Sapt.
bilver is quoted at C5J
Dr. GafT.JBenson Physician and
The merrv-go-roiind is still with us.
It does not look much as if the rainy
season was over.
Tomorrow registration closes. If
you have not registered do so tonight.
E. W. Land is over fiom Bisbee. Ed
lias opened a law office in Bitbee and
is doing well.
H. C. Herrick and W. C. Cooper
returned to Dos Cabezas today after a
brief stay at tbe county seat.
The Peospectok is turning out a
large number of candidate cards of tho
various nominees. Bring in .your
The Republican city delegates will
meet tonight at tbe City Hall to
nominate a city ticket. A full repre
sentation is expected.
Mr. A. Willi m son and daughter,
who have had charge of tbe Arlington,
left Saturday for Pbenix where they
expect to engage in business.
A. letter from Wro. G. Eice acting
president of the civil servica cf coir.is
slosi says that the supply of 'Vligibles'
for the railway mail service from
this territory is not equal "to lh de
Foster predicted a big storm for
this section ou the 14th. From ap
pearances of the threatening clouds
tbe storm is a little ahead of schedule
time and will likely reach for us to-
Highest Honors Worid'5 Fair,
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City ad Precinct Ticket
Pat in the Field,
Ou Saturday evening the Democra
tic delegate met at the City Hall to
nominate a city and precinct ticket
and tho following are tbe nomina
tions, CITY TICKET.
Mayor A. H. Emanuel.
Councilman First Ward 3. J. Pal
ton. Second Ward Frank Engle
Third Ward: J. F. Xippert
Forth Ward. Jno. Hanley
Chid of Police Win. Nealey.
For Justices of the Peace,
Koska and J. F. Duncan.
Constable Wm. Xealey 'and
FOB OVKR PlFTf VEAKS.'
An old, well-tried remedy., .Mrs
Winslow's Soothing Syrup has bn
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers tor their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes
the child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. It is pleasant
to the taste. Sold- by druggist in
every part of the world. Twentyrfive
cents a bottles Its value is incalcu
lable. Be s'ire and ask for Air. Win
slop's Soothing Syrup, and take
no other kind.
Besorder Wentworth states that the
great register has now rolled up over
1200 name?. When all the returns
ero in the list will nrobbly be about
1300 or thereabouts. Not a bad show
Tombstone experienced quite a
eevcie storm yesterday for about an
hour. The rain fill in torrents and
the streets and canyonB were like
nii nature rivers.. No damago is re
Governor Franklin issued an elec
tion proclamation calling a general
election November 3rd., and a special
election in Navajo county where thoy
jote on bonds for the erection of a
court house and jail, as provided by an
act of the last congress.
No mail was brought up from the
east or west at noon today owing to a
washout that occured on the' N. M,
&. A. The train did not leave Benson
this morning and unless the break is
repaired before tonight no mall wil
arrive until tomorrow noon.
"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
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 if to my friends
and their experience was the' same. We
all unite in saying itjs the best." r'cr
sale by Druggists.
According to the report of Governor
Franklin, which document will be
issued shortly, the population of Ari
zona is 101,000. There has not been
an exact census taken since 1800, but
from the commissioners of immigra
tion, from tho school population a-jd
tho voting fctrength, all. indicate that
there are over 100,000 people living in
this territory. This report ought to
greatly increase our chances for state
hood. BUCKLIN'S ABNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts
bruises, sores, ulcers, sale rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions and posi
tively cures, Piles; or.np -payment requir
ed it is guaranteed to give peefect stis-a
faction cr money refunded. Prices 50
cents 'per box. For sale,:' Tomhiooe
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Star: Mr. V.
(J. Calhoun was. jfz
terday uwMdedTt.h contract for fur-
xtisDlng the uniform fur tbe university
cadets! Tbe uniform adopted wilt
consist of a cap, coat and pautsofcsdft
grey cloth. Tbe coat is cut after tbe
lalet style U. 8. regulation, fatigue
single bressted sack with standing
collar fastened witb hooks and eyes.
The coat will close with flsp con
taining suitable concealed fastening.
There will be a vertical opening at
each tide of tbe hip. The coat wil) be
trimmed with lustroes flat black mot
bair braid. Tile pants sretnade plain
with stripes of braid same as that on
tbe coat. Mr. Calhoun secured the
contract against bidders fiom all parts
of tbe territory. The suits will cost
112. Forty stadenta were measured
yesterday. TUre-wilI be aHegetbcr.
The following la & list of letters re
maining in the general delivery' l
the Tombstone postoffico for the week
ending Oetober 10,1896:
G. D. Lyons
John LT Ratclin
J. H. Kirk
When calling for above letters, say
dveriideJ, giving dite of aivortise
Emil Sydow .P. M.
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas of Junction City
III.-, was told by her doctors slie.lud con
sumption and that there was no hope for
her, but two bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery cured her, and she sijrs it
saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eegers, 139
Fioii'la St., S sn Francisco, suffered from
a dreadful .cold, approaching consump
tion, tried withoutresult everything else
then bought one'bottle of Dr. Kin's
New Dicovcrp and in two weeks was
cured. He. is naturally thankful. It is
rucb results, of which there are samples
that prove the wondertul efficacy oi the
medicine in coughs aad colds. Free
trial bottles at Tombstone and Bisbee
drug stores. Regular sire 50c and 5 1. 00
Have Been Pouring Heavy for
From all appearances, the .lower
San Pedro country and along the rail
road from Dragoon to Pantano, and
from Fairbank to Benson must be
literally flooded;- for heavy clouds have
encompassed this section of country
for the past twenty-tour hours and, for
theereater portion of that time it has
evidently been raining hard. Thoy
have also had heavy rains to the south
of us. and in. the Huachucas the fall
apparently has been unusually heavy,
The rains, however, are general and
uuusualy heavy for tbe time of year.
It has been threatening rain and rain
ing a greater part of the day here. At
3 o'clock a very heavy shower mixed
with hail fell, flooding''tbe stretts iu a
very short time. Fears 'are entertained
that the along the river and in narrow
canyons have suffered from the exces
Tbe TiMnnr of ikeDtik.
We will suppose that your occupation
is sedentary that your are chained, so to
speak to tbe desk in some counting bouse
or perhaps to the loom in sortie vasfmill
where you ate compelled to j Iabo'rofrbnr.
morning to night. Sunday is' your "only
day of relaxation. -You return Home
every evening' 'WeariedT'rnentally and
bodily. Your health andVstrength begin
lb fail. What will most effectuiiry re
cuperate your vital enetgjfcVIhe-i weight
of evidence' points to no other conclusion
than that'Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is
your safest, most reliable-" sheet' anchor.
. Use it persistenllv,- and your system' Hll
soon regain its 'pristine vigor. Every
function will receive a healthful .impulse.
There is no remedy to equal the Bitters
for nevousness and want of sleep,1
dyspepsia, constipation and, billiousness.
It averts and remedies all forjns of mal
arial dhete, and is a. preventive of
rheumatism and neuralgia. "'"? --
1 An English syndicate has lakentup
an "ore automic reduction process,"
.which Is .described by them as follows:
Everyone concerned in mines isaware.
that one of the greatest- difficulties
miners have to dial, with is thecrush
ing ot qusrtz, especially those of re
fractory ores, which, owiug to the pres
ence of iron pyrites, render the metal ef
excessive hardness. To deal with, this
enormous expense has to be incurred.
This marvelous invention will do away
with all the crushing- and stamping
and puherizing, and within an hour
enable the miner to reduce the hard
est quartz to the condition of sand.
andejenof fine flour, without ilime
and perfectly free from the various
deleterious substances which are the
enemies of tbe gold miner all tue world
over. Wherever tried, no matter bow
hard the fi'iarlz, it yielded le tbeTprt
cess in times varying from' twenty
minutes to one hour. The extraordi
narr thing is that experience has
shown that if, under tbe invention,
tlorefraikJ&breakr- into particles
twrlfcisa air"4oUrtherin lies proof pex
Hive mat it coDiiiDi no uievau
t Mr. U.Cailloaette, Druggist, Beaver
Discover Lowe my;life, Was .taken
with La Grippe and trrecrairtbe phy
sicians, botofjio avail and was given
up and told I coo Id not. live. Having
Dr. King's New Discovery in my store
I sent fur a bottle 'and Ttegan its' use
and fromlhe first dose began to get bet-.
ter, ami after using three bottle was up
and about again. It is wortbtU
weight in gold. We won't keep store
or house without it." Uet a free t lall
the Tombstone Drug Store.-" "
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LADIES. 1 make bis; wages at
home, and want all to bave the
opportunity; The work is. very pi
ant asd will easily pay $18 weekly:
This is no deception; I wantnd money
asJ'Hl vUdlv lead IQlIsaltienlaM to
Use etap. MiasM.A.gfcbbiaai
GLAZIER IN ARIZONA.
A Most Curious Phenomena at
Few southern countria?cin boast o!
having glaziers, yet Benson, just now
enjoys that distinction. Arizona has
always from tirii ft immemorial been
called the Ian dot sunshine, but now
must loto all such popularity and
ano'ent fame and for some 'time, at
least, claim kinship-' to tho Alpine:,
From the result ot the hailstorm at
Beuson, Thurrday, October Is, one
mile soutbjof town is as perfect a glazier
as ever' all J'down any of the famed
European hillsides'. In this flat South
of Benson the magi'of hftil .gathered
and was washed along till it came to.
the raihoad.grade and having no out
let there it lodged. , It covers several
hundred acreVand is all the way from.
two to ten feet deep ot solid, hail . and
ice. Tha Pro'fvsio'r of the Bennon'
school took bis class. out there' Satur
day to give.lhem an interesting and
instructive object lesson on ttiejpbil-
osopiiy of the glazier. Observes.
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Mrs.'S. A. Kell.of Pomona, CaL,!had
the bad luck -to 'sprain her ankle.' ?I
tried several linimeiits," she says, "but
was not cured until I used Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. 'That remedy cured me and
I take oieastire recommendii-.fr -it 'and
testifying to its fBcacy."Thismed icineis
also of creat value ibr rheumatism, lame
back, pains, in the chest, pleurisyand all
deep-seated and muscular pains. For
sale by Druecis
Stats op Ohio, City o Toledo,
Frank J. Cbeyney. jnakea oath that
he is the senior p'artnerof the firm of
F. J. Cheyney k Co., doing business in
the city of Toledotoounty and state
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS" for each, and every case of
Catarrh that cannot be cured by the
use of Hall's Caturrh Cure.
FRANK J." CHEYNEY.
Sworn te before me and subscribed
in my presence, tnis'Cth day ol Decem
Hall's Catarrh. Cure is taken inter
nally andacts directly on the blood
and mucus surfaces of .the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. CHENEY &, CO.,
J Toledo, O
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Q.S0cdgraefj:ranch , "
E. W..Land,Biibee, . ,
W. C, WilsbnCbicago,
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M. Fterp SaD "Francisco.
PeiX Piles! atchius Piles
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SYMPT9MS Moisture; intense itching
and "stinging; mosl'lU'nlgni,' worse by
scratching. If allowed to continue tum
ors form, which oftebleed an'd ulcerate!
pecomiDg verysore; awaynea uintmen
stopj the itch mgandbleedinglhealsulce
4tioii, and in .most ca.se removes, the.
rumors. At druggists, or by mall, foi
5 cents. Dr. Swayre and Son, Phila
delohis. " ..
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A group of Copper Claims
part'y developed. Ore 'black
and oxide from the.grass root;
ore found im ar working's;
plenty in sight and just the
proposition for a company
Good ro ds, wood, water and
timber plentiful, claims" eight
miles from' railroad. Address
Prospector, office, Tomb
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None of the five kinds of
Sciitittgs Best tea art ex
travagant. Each is a full round money's-
worth, and money back if you
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Other members 6f the mosey-back
family: Schilling's Jiestcafke. baktnr-
powder, sotia, Spicei, seasoning, flavor-
A SckiUing & Ctmfiany 'SznfraruUcf
ROLL OF HONOR.
Names of Those Giving to Aid
intheCanse of Silver-
The following istilist of contribut
ing members of the Tombstone Biou
tallio Lcagu1. The roll of honor will
be published occasionally and addi
tionai names added as fast: as any
donalidus are made:-" .
A. Wentworth', Mrs. Joiiahhciilew
C.S..Glark. s A.D.Walsh
F.N. WplcotU -M.J.Browh
A. L. Grow
Geo. H. Fitts
B. E. Jackson:-"
M. D. Scribner" '
B. A. Packard
Dr - H..S Gordon
Chas. Ltn'gpaap Martin Costello
Thonias TupnVy Louls;DaTal
E..W. Perkins - J.B.Miirio .
Pete' Bute "w. O. Jtbbotl -
Frank Engle J. S. Trowbridge-
F.'EWdwell' K.t. brooks. ,'-'
J,A:K6ka" . P.B. Warn'ekrpa
J.- N. McDqno'hgfi Bam. C6wau ' f
Mi Doyle tjpsHoefler
Fred Carlevato '
Jas. F. Duncan
Emil Sydow '
Allen B. English
Wm. Pe'arce" '
CH.Bassett " .
Geo W. Swain
Makes semi weekly .trips to and from
Pearce every Wednesdayand Sun
day of each week, 'making the round
trip in onefday, carrying TJ. S". ma:
, and passengers. , . I
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ARCTIC ICE CO-
A. J.. BISSETT,
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Ice delivered toany
.part of f he city at ll CI LO
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Special rates to families fbrice'to'regulir.
- - custonlers.
Office and ice house :Opposit" posto'fice
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