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RAILROAD TIME TABLES
IZONA A SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
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Falrbuik . .Ar.l.
11. A. Gtshinc...!! 7
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COMPLETE OFFICIAL RETURNS.
KWp a iol.
I Kttum, Ra rinfenStut.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC R
6.03 a m
11.55 p ml
. ...Beoti . .., ., Ar 5-40 pro
..Manrepa ij 10.05 pm
.... ....... 1 385 am
,..Ixa Angeles.... iioopm
San st, Umlts.1, nit bound, J!oUji ud
h nitja 8.19, Beuxm
8aa Stt, C. initt wctf banl. TIdihuji
fctaraiji, CM Bcntca
NEW MEXICO 4 ARIZONA
.... Fairbank .....
. . . . Hoachnca.. . . .
... Crittenden ....
... Cutlbavu ....
12 top m
ally exer pt Stnday. Pae5e timt.",
I. I. FssT'Otwral Manarrr.
A. NAVCLE, L. II. ALXKECHT,
j Ctrxtai Mtnaser. Train Master.
MARICOPA A PHOENIX R. R.
Nona tattons Socih
8.0 ptaLv Phn!x Ar 3 ooam
''SP" Tempe 130am
0.00 pm Kyreae 1155pm
5,35pm Sicatoo 1330pm
0-ISPra .....Mane pa. .... txiopm
Delegate to Congress-
Marcus A. Smith, D....
T. W. Farnnglon, R....
Wm. Speed, R
M.J. Castanaria, R
J. N. Jone, D,
J. M. Merrill, D
P. A. Lolgreen, P
G. P. Crockett, P.
N. Errickson, P
F. E. Cadwell, R
Scott Vhtte,D j.
G, W. Swain, R
A. R. English. D
Jas. Reilly, P
V. F. Bradley, R
S.A.D. Upton, D
E. W. Perkins, R ,
M. J. Bron.D. ..:....,
C L. Cummings R
A. Wentworth, D iP...
Sun e) or
V.C.Tler, R ..
John Montgorreos R
J. McPherson, D
H. Schmieding, P..
Geo. V. Bo-an. P
09 37 13
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s 3 3
5 3 7,
4 3 3 u
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Cl. l)rr.BgtoHSav8 Flies Die
the Wiag at Yana.
The Republican Icat eeninc rciTT
Iratsrnat call from Col. J. V. Dor-
ringlon, tditor ol the Yuma Sntlntl
ud proprietor ofjlbe oep;r(re-
yard at that plac. The Seniinrl i a
cloae at-cond to thn Tunon Cit zrn in
point of year. The- Citizen having
been the firiv netrtptperealablished in
ArizoDs. During his control of the
paper CoL Dorriugtoa hat seen tl.e
death of many purualiuic ventures in
tit city by Ilia ihifiinz and, mil
sadly, but not with trpbraidintr, ho hi
laid their rsmaina away to a peaceful
and uulamented red.
Speaking of Yuma, Col. Dorriogton
frankly admit the extreme torridity ol
the ummer climate.
"Thera'a no doubt il'a hot," ta'd lie.
''It' hotter than , well flies die en
the wing sometime, and the exhala
tion. Jrom the mouth roll out in warm
vaporous oloudr. it u not a severe
beat, though. People work without
ditxotafort and there is seldom em-
plormtnt for the dootor thrre. It's
the fintst climate in the world."
CORNER FIFTH AND TliKMoNT STRKE'i'S.
PIONEER - STORE.
Cases Heard Before that Trib
U. H. HovsHElx, Gen. Sapt.
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bilver is 'quoted at 65
A matrimonial agency is about to be
sUrled in Phenii.
Phenix is rapidly filling up with
visitors for the winUr.
Cal"tfornis i now looking toward
to Arizonaor its supply of beef cattle.
Winlow is to have a telephone its.
Territory vs Sessions The entire
attention of the court and jury was
occupied in the hearing of this ease
behind closed doorp. The jury retired
about 3 p. m. and up to to tb lime ot
going to press had rendered a erdict.
Territory ts Cruz Charged with
assault to commit murder; called and
Court adjourned until 9:30 a. m tomorrow.
Work on th New Steel Bridge
The rise in the price of barley is
making it draatio for contractors who
are supplying military posts inArizona.
At Phenix, last week, a crippled
boot blark clubbed an enemy with his
wooden leg. The fine was three dollars.
About the mest pathetic csss of elec
tion bet we have heard is that of the
Bryan man who was oblidjred to roll a
peanut a mile with a tcoshpick.
The editor of the Tmpe Xewa
threatens to invoke the aid of the rain
makers, tho town watr having been
shut oft by the canal company.
According to the registration of
voters Graham county now stands
tbird on the list, Maricopa and Yava
pai leading in the order named. Co
chise is fifth.
The Walnut Grove dam, in Yavapai
county, which wi swept away in 1S90
is to he rebuilt. The old dam was 110
feet high, and the water covered sev
eral acres of land.
3tcent excavations have -weakened
the walls of Monlrzuraa Castle, the
largest and finest cliff dwelling in the
world, the people of Flagstaff are talk
ing of a movement to raise funds for
its repair and preservation.
The Vulturo is being advertised for
sale un'fcr a trust deed. It is thought
that Senator Tabor has arranged for
purchatiog it, and that be will start it
up, on a largcecale as soon as he gets
it freed from litigation.
The S. P. R. It. has commenced the
precaratory work for tbe new bridge
over tb Sac Pedro river, which stream
is crossed by the railroad at Benson.
Mr. C. C. Croup, resident engineer,
informs tbe Star that tbe material for
the bridge is being put on the ground
and that the bridge will probably be
completed by Jan. 1. The abutments
will be masonry and the span steel.
A BIT'OF HISTORY.
351IE A, A DIES.
The pleasant effect and perfect safety
with which ladies may use Sjrup of Figs
under all conditions makes it their favor
ite remedy. To get the true and genu
ine article, look for the name of the
California Fig Syrup Company, printed
near the bottom of the package. For
sale by all responsible druggists.
Two new cyanide plants of 100 tons
capacity each are to be erected at the
Mioai Prietas and La Colorado mill.
They will work tailings am, concen
trates. Those at the Minas Prietas
will first be roasted while those at La
Colorado will be worked raw.
Tho train on tbn Sodom railroad
jumped the track Wednesday evening
of last wek "ust after it entered tbe
Guaymas yards. The engine and four
freight cars were derailed, three being
overturned. No one was hurt. Oas's,
Arizona oranges are in the market.
Arizona is about a month ahead of
California with this fruit, and our
orange growers got into the eastern
markets ahead of all competitor.
Highest HonorsWorld's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MAL
.pure Crape Creasi of Tartar Powdir. Fie
fen Ammonia, Ahm or any other adulterant
rn AXS THE STAMQA-U?
Ti ere i to be a social dance at tbe
Mining Exchange tonight, given by
the young people of Tombstone. The
string hand has been engaged and will
be on band to furnish the jnusic. A
royal gcod time is anticipated and all
are cordially invited to attend.
Ifeallt of.TIn.i. D. Walsh.
Mrs, Walsh, wife of our townsman,
A. D. Walsh, died at Phoenix this
moraing at 5 o'clock of pneumonia
after an illness of but a few days. Mr.
Walsb was notified of the. desib with
request as to what disposition U make
the remains. He gave orders that the
body be shipped to Tombstone for in
terment, ana tomorrow tue remains
of Mrs, Walsb, who left us but a few
short weess In perfect health, will be
received and laid to rest in tbe cem
etery beside taosso! her two tons Wal
ter and Willian.
Tbe departed leaves a husband, five
daughters and a son to mourn her
loss, to all of whom tbe Pbospkctob
joins with the many friends in Tomb
stone in extending tbe band of sympa
thy in tbis the hour cf their greatest
How Nogales First Reoeived
In speaking of General Wheaton's
visit to Xogalef.'lae Oasis give an
interesting bit of hlslery, and says:
General Wheats is wore tbaa ordi
narily interested ta Sorfalt aa be
gave this place tbe same it now bears.
In 1850 when the tTaitad States engi
neers were survey fag theinternalioaal
boundary line, tbe.,t;Rsra"twlio.wwas
Uieu but eighteeqeauojage,jrasa
lieutenant of engineers, sud in com
mand of the advascgr parly, .who
camped on the spottof what js now
k nown as Kogales. , , .
During tbe work of surveying the
line at this point Lieutenant Wheatoa
encountered two "nogales" (the Span
ish for walnutt reea, one on each side
of the boundary line. In bis report to
WaahingttT 'tho lieutenant recom
mended that tbe (pot be named "Los
Do Xogales," but tbe officials there
cutoff the "Los Dos" and left it plain
Nogalet, which it has ever sine remained.
"We had an epidemic of dysentery in
tms, vicinity last summer, says baniuel
S.-Pond'ckJofB'riCeland, Cal. "I was
taken wilhit andtuffered severely until
some one called my attention to Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. J procured a bottle and felt
better after ibe first dote. Before one
half of the bott'e had been used I Has
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.
r. Price's Cream staking PowOct
VrM' Pair Hlchast 5tUl aad DIstMaa-
Tho board supervisors have iioi-lieI
the count and a completed tabid of til I
vote cast at lbs recent election will lx
found on this page oi today' iwue nl
There will be a meeting tonight of
the '-Fbi Beta Kappa" society at tbe
office of Judge Slahle, and tbe judge
gives a lecture on Mexico; Morena
lecture on the bioycle; Kreuud, on tb
merry-eo-rouiid, and Dr. Toney on "a
lock f hair" atd it sequence". Star.
FOB OTKS Fim- YAK.
An old, well-tried remedy. Mr
Winslow' Soothing Syrup, has bn
used for over fifty year by millions of
mothers lor their cbildrenwhile teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes"
the child, soften tbe gums, allay all
pain, cures wind colic, and i the best
remedy for diarrhoea. It is pleasant
to the taste. Sold by druggist in
every part of tbe world. Twenty-fivo
cents a bottles Its vain idaealca
lable. Be aura and k lor Mr. Win
slosr's 8oothing Syrup, and take
no other kind.
Iteaa of Interest bv Our Reg
Rumors are rife concerning certain
railroad transactions which, if tby
mature will bring prosperity one
more to our burg.
Urt.E'.t accompanied by Ler little
daughter will soon start for San Fran
Uco where she expects to consult
medical experts in regard lo her child's
Dfptheris is aupposed'lo have broken
outio, our midst. Dr. Watkin advised
the- closing- of the public school and
Prof. Sipes acquiesced at least until
further development. This is a ter
rible scourge anil it pays to be on
guard against the havoc that may re
sult from it.
STAPLE MD FilCY
Mis. E. E. Davis, of San Miguel, CaL,
is: fcI Alii trying in a measure to re-
Div Ibe minuhrtnrrt nf jiimlvflu'c
the Pkospecsob, giving toUl r.unib-rCouRb'Remedy for the creat good their
of TOtes each randiJate received.
Judge Mock, receiver of the land
office, and Mr. Eugene Trlpplr, regis
ler, returned yesterday morning from
Crittenden, eaya tbe Star, having been
there five days making sale of tbe old
"Fort Crittenden reservation, embrac
ing 3,300 acres The sale was made
under an o derrfrom the interior de
partment ilated July II, 1836. The
land (old contains cithin its limits
several large springs, and the entire
tract evinces its fertility by now being
covered by rich Iieavy grasses. Camp
Crittenden was established as a mili
tary post in '07 but has not been gar
rison d for om year.
remedy has dooe me. For years I was a
constant suff-rer from weak lungs and
bronchial asthma. My rest at night was
disiurbed by a hacking cough so that I
felt miserable ihr greater part of the
menus ere tried, none ol wbicb proved
sunaoieio my case. I did not exper
ience any oeseacial results until I began
taking Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
After two bottle of tbe larger sire had
been used I am pleated to state my
bealtb is better than it has been for years.
The soreness has left ray Idngs and chest
and I can Veathe easily. II has done
me so much good that I want all who are
suffering from lung troubles, as I was, to
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give it a trial . r or saic oy oruggists.
If you want a good No. fi. cookstove,
several pans and pots, also a small
heating ttove thrown in; all Mcend
hand but in good condition, cast be
had for $10, cash ; alto a gawd Mwiag
machinc-rSinger seoond band but in
Al working. order. for f 13, cash. Call
at thi office. for particulars, tf
Ranch and improvements.
house, barn and well; 8 acres
nnder cultivation: about 75
orchard trees in bearing;
water right under St. David
Canal. Everything complete
and can be had cheap for
cash. Good reasons for sell
ing. Apply oraddress owner
Mrs. Hannah Neilsox,
'Hie Southern Pacific magnates
have decided to raise their road track
about six feet in the vicinity of their
woodeu bridge crossing thsSan Pedro
and also to replace that ctructure,
which i tomewbat antiquated, by a
saodsrn steel bridge.
At Fantano last weak an sagta
jumped the track and went down the
embankment; the fireman jumped
and injured both ankle, lie is now
in tbe hospital at Tucson. Tbe engi
neer stayed at his' post end escaped
The hand of Time and tbe energy of
our citizens are gradually removing
tfea Usee of the recent disaster. Mr.
Walker expects soon to repair tbe
damage done lo bis drug store.
The ."officials of the S. P. contem
plate building a round hosts for six
or more engines at Benson. Tbtre i
alto talk of at nursery being started
alone; tbe river. '
Hesuoriat service wete held . tbe
M. E. Church last Sunday for Delia
May Ashburs and E Igar P.Zeofc. The
house was filled with sympathizing
friends- Jfev BoKerU, tho pastor, con
ducted the eryice. This was the closing-
act of a tad drama of dealb, but
tbe memory and the lessoir a ill not
be effaced from tni generation.
Our Sunday scbo-J is In a flourish
fog condition and religious interest is
being quickened in our community.
fUSaDilSflBSM FAMILY TIME
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B. MMSa jn. mum- pta n
SSUtAlaiA carad bv Dr. XCaa 7.
The best salve tax Iho.werld Car cots
buises, sores, ulceflL"'sMk tbeam, fever
sores, tetter, chappssil'tods.-. ctulblaiBs'
corns, and all 'skia-TZnipt ions aa'd posi"
tively cures Piles, or no payment requir
ed it is guaranteed to give pecfea stis-a
cents per box. Fetvsa'e at Tnbiei, or homo without it,"
' lao ISIocovorj- tlavl hloJLIlo,
Mr. U. Caillouette. Druggist. Beaver
sville, IlL.v:"To Dr. Kins Uw
Diseorery I owe my life, Was Uken
wixb aa iffippe ana uita ail tue pliy
sfeiass, but of no avail and was given
ay and told I could not live. .Having
Dr. Kins New Discovery in my store
Isont-focabottls and began its use
and from tho first dese began in get bet-
ier,-anii aiterusirg three bottle was up
and about aga'n. It is worth t
weight in gal.l. We won't keep, store I
ust a rev t lall
tb Tsoabtilosn Drug Store.
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Every tiling JnOuri Lire iFirstOIa5Good
JSoldJ at Prices; That Defy Competition?