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NKW MEXICO at ARIZONA
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aBj czocpt Sunday. Pidflc time..
. I. FtT Qeoetal M mater.
A. Nawous. L. H. Alixccht.
Assbn General Manistr. Train Master.
MARICOPA PHOENIX R R.
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12:30 p m
U. H.3HCHSKIU, Gen. Supt.
feQrw It tuotad at 65
a a 1
Dr. GafT, Benton PhyilcUn and
Traah Fih ia raeaiTad arary Thura
day at Noble'. tf.
The cotton mills that wra built at
tbe falls of Juanacatlan, Maxioo, are
Ttrj eztansire. Machinery for rna-
aing 28,000 spindlas was put in which
fajraiihaa employaaent for 10C0 opeia-
Tbe city counail of tbe port of Quay-
mat, Bonora, bare approved contrast
cakziitted to that body by Mr.Kamoa
Carrol, for tbe introduction of alactria-
ily for lighting purpose within ten
ma a tha.
ICaeh of our local, editorial and
other newa matter ia crawded out of
this issue because of the appearaace
f the election. proclamation ia
F. F. Baker, a Mining man pioksd
up a quartz specimen at tSchelbaea'
tare a few days ago and aakad tbe
preprieUr tbe price of it. Xa it bad
mot eotl biaa anything, coating to bias
with a lot of aeeead-hand furniture,
be said Mr. Baker could hare it for 25
aata. The latter took it heme and
grjnad It np in a mertar and secured
erer $11 ia gold. Yuma sentinel.
W. D. Meaaaanier cam la 'rose
7arce yesterday where be ia enrarad
ia developing a miningproperty which
fie owas in tbe sew eaajp, and which
ia improving aa work progreaaea. Mr.
MoBBBOnier ia of tke kind who believe
tbat if a mine la worth owntag it
ought to be developed, and la deinr
all be eaa preve bis faiih ia bia aine
by working the ease, aad be deserves
credit for it. Tbe countr;r would be
better aC if mere would follow bia ex
niflsaat HMrs WtH-M'a Pakv
MOST PERFECT MADE.
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STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.
E. W. A4at.s Has a Very Close
Mr. X. If. Adams, of Dragoon, hid a
moil remarkable ex?erieuee 1m l Fri
day, la company with anoilser mem
ber of tbe Willcox roundup named
Freak Wilson, ho waa driving a bunch
of cattle Along the Und tear U jo. tc
Khtriok'a at Bonlt. X cow had
broken cut of the herd and Mr. Adatua
bad just turned beck and wa but
a fair fact iron her whu a tremen
dous bolt of lightning struck tha cow
dead and k&ockad hii bona down.
Tha aleotrie laid appeared to attika
tha earth is.a muiuid explode, the
IciUidU flying in various directions.
AaUflin j aloud of upkoxoitrafSoTa
b from tha apotfenveloping Mr.
Adamaanchbia horse, but tbe animal
qoicklyataggeraeVto hla feet and bare
iue auir out 01 tne aauaaoua lamea.
YM- Wilson also felt theforca af
lightning, being partially atunaed,
but Mr. Adams, wide frem a benum
bed aaaaation In bia lege, waa uneea
acioua of aay injury to bimaelf. He
rede afterwards belpiug to aorral tbe
cattle, and it was only wbaa be
attempted to dismouat tbat be dis
covered his lags U be paralyzed.
He was brought in town the follow
ing day and ia gradually reoovcriag
the uta of bis legs, but it may be some
time before be is able to walk? Pr
Walter, who haa charge of the ease
hopes fur bis ultimate recovery,
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The best salve in 'the world for cuts
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chipped binds, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions and posi
tively cures Piles, or no payment requir
ed it is guaranteed to give peefect tii-a
faction or money refunded. Prices 50
cents per box. For sale Tomb ionc
Drug Store SQB
A MYSTIFYING BUSINESS.
Tbe Ways of the Editor Past
The newspaper business i but little
understood by tbe outside world, and
wban tbay do receive a little insight
into tbe inner workinga of a newspa
per oflBce it is ineemprehentive to
Take for instanoe the two papera
published at Albuquerque, and they
are enigmas which tbe outside puklio
are incapable of unraveling. Tbe
ownera of tbe Democrat are gold-bags
and its editor a Republican. Yet it
advoeatea tbe tree and unlimited coin
age of ailvar.
On tke other band onaef the pro
ptiatora of tbe Citizen ia a Bepubliean
and tba other a Democrat. At bear
both are silver man, aad are ad vacat
ing tbe aingle gold standard.
Another instance ia tbe St. Louis
Qloae-Deaaoerat. It editor-in-chief
ia an uncompromising Democrat, yet
it ia one or tke moei raui rspsbU-
aan abeeta published in tbe United
There are anaoerous other inataneea
of like character tbat could be men
tioned, but this ia sufficient to mistily
tbs pahllc- Winslow JTews.
Jesuit of-JHrK. W. a?. Bradley.
Mrs. W. T. Bradley, who haa Buf
fered long and patiently from a dia
stase which ahe knew would prove
fatal in tha end, and thai while her
eufiirisgi wsrs sxcraeiatingly painful
at times, ake was eonaciona tbat aba
would oot bave them long to bear,
paaaed peacefully away this morning
at about 8 o'eleek, at her. lata borne
on Toughnu! street, Tbe history
of Mrs. Bradley's last illness ia famil
liar to all and aeeds not to be recount
ed at this time. She w an edooated
lady, aad bad given maay y. are of bar
life to tbe aebeol room. She wa a
devout Christian and a member of the
Catbolie cbureb. Tba body will be
aabalmed asd taken lo Ban Francisco
and laid te reat In tbe family grounda
in tbe Laurel Hill cemetery. She
laavea a buabaad a eon and a mother
to aaeura ber loss. The Paosrscros
jciaa with tbe eommunlty at large in
expressing regrets at tbe aad ending of
this useful life, and extending to tbe
bcreared ones tbe band of sympathy 1
ia this hour of tbsir greatest loss.
Fuaeral services will be held here
before the body leaves for its list resting
place neties of which wiU be potted
r. VHtVa Ctwsaa aarlaa Fww4st
WtsffsTS Sar Haet Awa.4.
TWO IN ONE.
Interesting Story Alwat
Nogales, Arizona, and Xogales, Bo
nora, although under different govern
nnjots and governed by different laws,
am to all intents and purposes one
town, aayatbe Tuoaoa Citizen. Te
sautry box ia there and one iron mon
umeut. Willi the arm a of tba United
Sutea ou tbe north aide and those of
Mexico on tbe aoutb, la a eonelaut re
minder of "La Liaea International."
but leople eome and go and go aad
oome without let or blndraaca from
any. There ia aobnuadary line ia tbe
good-feilowabip tbat prevails between
the people of tbe two towns.
There are ae ooaflioliag interests ar
international jealousies to jar tbe uni
tersal good will that man bears to
snaa on either side of the liae. In
busiaeaaand social lelatiens tbe peo
ple asem as one and ia times of trou-
oie are quiok to stand by one another,
ineute attempted bank robbery oa
tbe American, aide aad tba defeat of
the Yaquis ia their attack upon tbe
Mexican custom house by American
assistance is evidenae of tbat fact
The f deadly relatione between the two
rapublioaare exsnt pliled by the two
Send your address to H. E. Bucklen &
rACh!5?0? $ et fre raple box
of Dr. King's New Uk PilU. A tria
will convince you of their merits. These
P. tare easy in aaion and are partic
ularly effective in the cure of constipat
on and sick headache. For malaria and
liver troubles, they have been proved in
valuable. They are guaranteed to be
perfectly free from every deleterious sab
stance and to be purely vegetable. They
do not weaken by their action, but by
givin? tone to the stomach and bowels
greatly invigorate the system. Regular
sue a jc. per box. Sold by Tombstone
and Bisbea druggists.
ROLL OF HONOR,
Names af Those Giving t Aid
in the Cause ef Silver
The folio wing ia a list of contribut
ing membera of the Tombstone Bime
tallic League. The roll of honor will
be published occasionally and addi
tional names added aa fast aa any
donations are made:
A. Wentwortb, Mrs. Josiab Xblew
0. 8. Clark A. D. Walsh
A. L. Grow
M. D. Soribner
B. A. Pacsard
M, 7. Brown
Geo. H. Fitte
Dr. H. S. Gordon. Wm. Kirlew
A. H. Emanuel
H. J. Gray
W. F. Bradley
J, A. ICoska
C. L. Cummlngs
X. K. Jaakaon
J. B. Miano
J. S. Trowbridge
A. L, Brooks
J. N. MeDonough Sam Cowaa
M. Doyle Jos Hoefler
A. Ashman -Alex
QQ W. 8wain
J. J. Patton
Allan R. English
E. H. Storra
mere waa a terrible battle to tbe
death between a stallion aad a bull on
tbe stock farm af Richard Jordan,
eight miles nertb af Kokomo, Satur
day. It lasted fcrty-five minute. Tbe
bu'l charged again and agaia ca tbe
stallion, repeatedly thrusting his borne
ibrougn tbe nbe of the horse the full
length. Tbe stallion kicked, strrck
aad hit with all tbe force at bia com
mand, learinr thai tnurk tiMa r.
the bnll'. ..ni.j ,.v:
nsarlr everv bona Ja u. t ti.!
bull, thoroughly exbaqsted, lay dowa
aad died. Fifteen minutes later the
aUllioa died; Tke two animals ware
valuedl $100. Ex.
JjauetAatA enrad bg Or. aflkaa Faaa
Teisitorv or Asiiona.
To all whom it may concern
Wkeibas under an act of the Legislative
Assembly of tbe Te ritory of Aritooa. entitled
"Eleclion" approved March tin. xtl. it is
provided lia: ihera shall bj held, ihroujhout
lneTer.ltorv.U4on ihe Tuesday afierlhe Srst
Menda; in S'ovemuer A. D, itSS. asd ee
two years there: Iter, an election lor members
erf tha Lexis' t'va Assembly, and such ether
otuctrs as may be requhed by law shall b?
chosen at such election.
And Whskeas it is funher p ovided In raid
Act that at least thir j tars be o e e-xbreral
eW'lu tbe Goyenor must Issue an t!ti-:ion
Pru-'amation, u der the treat se .1 of the 1 er
ritcry, and U.asiait copies trecif to the Cerlcs
oflha Boar'-o: Superrtion of th-. cauuties in
which sacb electioos are to be held. Snch pro
c'aatabon te coauin a tutnnent oi the time of
the e'ection. asd the efices to be fillcl,
and tbe offer af a retard is the form prescribed
by said act.
Now Thmefoke 1. Bealamln 1 FranUin.
Governor a." Aruona In purs tancc of the dat y
enjjincJ upon roe da hereby order a grnenl
clecaonte. beheld ea the Tuesday after the
first Monday in November A D 1-gS. and the
oOces to be tiled at such election I do hereby
designate to be as fallows to-wlt:
Oae delegate to the 55th Congress of the
Twelve members of the Cornell ef the LexU-
lative Assembly of Aritona.
Twenty-four aaembers of the House of repre
etat:ves of the LetjisUtive Assembly ef Arizana
apportioned agreeably t existin' laws as faUow s
NUMBCX Or MUMSIK OP
MtUBIRS Or MXMBKJtS Or
COCNTIU COUKCII. HOl'St
Apache I 1
Coconino x 1
CochLe 1 3
GiU 1 x
Graham z a
Mariopa 1 4
Mohave z 1
Navajce.... .... z z
Pima 1 4
Pinal z a
Yavapai...; z 3
Yuma 1 z
And there shall be elected in esch county of
the territory; oue Probate fudge; one District
Attorney; one Sheriff: one Treasurer: ese Recor.
der; eae Surrcoyer; two members ot tbe Baird
1 supem..-; except in tae county ot riavajee
where there shall be elected tare: mesaben of
the Co dof Sape:visort: aid in each of th:
count es where the office of Tax collector has not
bei consolidated with the amc; of heruT or
Treasure-, one Tax-Collator shall t: elected.
Also In .ue several wr ci:cts of uchcouaty. one
Juux af tbe p. ace, one Cons able, and in such
precincts as are entitled to two Just'cej of the
re ce asd two Constables. lnatnumb:r snail be
AMD I Do Kxeest cSer a reward of J50 for
the airest and canviciioa of any and every per
son violating any at tbe provisions ot title 4,
part z ot the Penal Code.
In Witness Whzxeof I have hereunto set
my band and c-.used the jrdt seal of
(seal) the Teritery to te hereunto tSxed
this jolh day of Septemb.r A. D.
raNE At PliaMlX. the Capital thil 30th day
of September, 1S9C1.
By tbe uoverncr,
BENJAMIN J. FRAKLIN
CHARLES M. BRUCE.
Secretary of Ai'ioni.
By the Board of Supervisors of Cechise Ca
List af Election Precincts, Ia-'pectors, Judges.
If arshalls and Ballot Clerks ml Election in asd
lor the County cf Cochise. Terntor of Arliona.
as'pravided for tbe tjeneral election to be held
MOTtmrjer jro. xsco,
Voting Precinct No. 1
Inspector, r. W. Wolcott.
Judges. W. U. Kin;. ake Trowbridje,
Marsaall. iohn KabL
Ballot Clerks. Thos. Lowry, and Qto. Raf-
ting Place, Tombstone.
Voting Precinct Net. a
Inspecto-, C. W. Fairinfton.
Judjes. W. M. Tikr. b. C Petrin.
Marsban. Sen James.
aaDotCUrks, OttoVea Renal aad J. W,
Vcfcng Place, Bisbtc.
Votice Precinct No. 3
lnsp-ctor, K. A. Paclar.l.
Icd:s. James Wolfe, Ed Roberts.
Marshall, Ben Sneed.
Ballet ClerlS K F. Holey and Thos.
V uig riace, W. C GrteaCs raseh.
Vatiag Precinct, NS.-4
Iupecter, , W. btump.
iaajaa, I. rC Hand Thos Tone,
fanhan. AI red Bond.
Battel Cek. P. IS. Hl'ton and Rabat
Voting Place. School bcuse.
Voting Precinct No. e,
Inipeetor, Otto Schroder.
Iudges C U Daotlass, McOil
BiLot CterL., lamer" Really asd John Doe.
Voting Pla, Fort Huacbwca.
Votinj Preeinc Nav 6
Inspector. Wm. Duacan.
lodjes. E. F. Langford, A. T. Gattrell
M jnhast . Ch-Jk.
- Ballet Claik", Mclntre and. Wo Ctuh-.
Voting Place. Capper Gltnee MlpingCo.
IIUACHCCA SIDIXC, t
Vot'rg Predncf. No. 7
inspector, u. w. Cl. .
JeJrw. Taos. Saaith, W. H. Kane.
Marsh .11. D C UcLanc
BalUt Clerks. U Landers, Wm Millar,
VotlaxPlac, Thos Sen tVs '
Voting Precinct No 8
Inspcrtor, A v raoye
Judges, Thos Lcckwood, L Larriia
Balot Clerkt. A Kay man, ana Frank
Voting Prec'nct. No 9
lodges, IS Merrill I A McRac
Marshall Water Fife
llaJtot Ckrks, Jescpb UcRm sad Cbas'O
Voting Place, St David
Votiajf "".Tcinct Note
Isipo-tor. G V" r.n
laljet. H Ue.'wein, WmOhnesyrg-n
Mirtha", Wm Shoers
Btl'ot Cleik, vVmZeek and A J Delahasty
Voing Pacj. Benson
Voting PreciaiU No it
Insprjtcr, E M Dunbar
lutiliei. A Grijilba. J C McConnitk
Ballot Cerks. M ucus Pachecs and E Dunlap
Voliag Place, Trts Alamos
Voting P ecincr. No is
Inspector, J F Bianson
)m ;es, I M Tobies. Bias Sandier
Mars'aa'l, Rhard U'.
Ballat CInt, -m Bohan and A Sosa
Votinj Place, Pool's Ranch
Voting Precinc. No 13
JuJg.s, A H Win, Asa Walker
ilarshall. D Adams
Ballot C.-ikj. W A Fiege. aad Chas Ha'der
aa Vou'ng Place W A Fiege's
Voting Precinct, No 14
Inspector, W R McCorab
lads'.-. Otto Mocra, T I Marks,
Marsha'l. S B Apple
Ballot Clerks, Wm Speed and L V Mc-
VoUng PUce, Willeoi.
Voting Precinct, No 15
Inipxtor. P I White
iud jes, P A Bayer. Chas Nobiie
rlarskall. lames Scow
Ballot Cle-ks, W T Cooper and S Porters
Vodng Plce. DosCal-sas
Voting Precinct. No i
Inspector, D W Wickenham
Judjei J H Tevis. W P Kelsey
Marshall. E L Shaw
lUilot Clerks, G L Bugber, and Geo Shaw
Voting Place, Bswie Station
Voting PreciRct. No 17
inspector, 1 n. urandt
Judges, Cbas, F. Gardner Fred Ruch
Marshall. H Basbford
HJ.ot Clerks, Peter, Fervent and John
Voting Place, Saa Simon
Vo'ing Precinct. No iC
Inspector. Bell Staiis
Judges, G, B DevencH. B Riggs Sr
Marshall. Chris G.auer
Billot ants. Thos Riggs. and lames Riggs
Voting PUce, Rigg'i
Voting Precinct. No i
Inspector. C P Smith
Judges. Wm Smith, Wm Sanders
I Marshall. Leonard Alrersoti
Ballot Clerks, D E Fitch aad RIU C Plumb
Voting Place, B F Smith '
Voting P. ednct. No :
Inspector. F W Heney
Judges, N Hunsaker, Peter Moore
Mai.hall, James Hunsaker
Ballot Cletks. Frank Moore and L O'Keefe
Voting Place. F W Heney s
Voting Precinct. No ti
Inspector,' F Samonial
Judges, Manuel Simas, Louis Duvall
Ilarshall. F.ank Bopp
Ballot Cleru, HughCenloa, and Richard
Voting Place, Conlon's House
Voting Predact, No aa
Insepectcr. G W Walker
iuIges, S Smith, 3 R Montgomery
larshal!. J C Hancock
Ballot Clerks, Robnt Myars. and Richard
"Voting PUce, GavlevHSe
Voting Precinct, No 3
Inspector. T Chattman,
ludgc. Qun Williams, Geo Bravin
Marshall, Jce Bignon
Ballot Class. Wm Jchusaa and Wm DeH
Voting Place, Pea-ce
Wucg r.-tdsc Us it
Inspectcr, J H Siaaghter
Judges, W Hi'dreth. J Fisher
Marshall. V H Tm,
Ballot Clerks, John Doe and Richard Roe
V S CCST0M HOUSE
Voting Piednct, Noa$
Inspector, Wm King
lodges, PeterMcCoy, Frank Hare
Marshall, William Porter
Ballet Uerk?, Peter ohnsca and E Henson
Voting Place, Cm'on House
Resolved.. That the Board of Election in
each e-ectlon prednct be and is hereby authoris
ed to select a convenient collinr- cli l.r tho
prednct; and at least ten days before November
jra 190 nerti ensuing give verbal or other gen
eral notice to the electors of the prec'nct inform.
ing them of tbe place at which the "election, Vill
Oct ij. ir.96
Last Asgust while working in the har
vest field 1 became overheated, was snd
denly attacked with cramDs and was
neatly dead, Mr. Cumminzs. the drug;
pi St. pave mfeidnt, Af Phmk.tain)r
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
which completely relieved me. 1 now
keep a bottle of the remedy handy. A.
At. BUNNELL, Centerville. Wash. For
sale by Druggists.
A group of Copper Claims
partly developed. Ore black
and oxide from the grass root ;
.ore found in all working's:
plenty in sight and just the
proposition icr a company
Good ro ds, wood, water and
timber plentiful, claims eight
miles from railroad. Address
Prospector, officr, Tomb
CORNER FIFTH AND
Jf tiling InOur Linefis JFirst Class .GoodU and
Sold at PrieesThat
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