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IBIISKED tVEUV SUNDAY.
Instruments Filed Wilt, the County
THE RECORDS GIVEN IN BRIEF
ii. 1. 1 g
Ei.och It Ji ne rt us and
Piter J .l.ns u ei iix to
MhiI.ii I, ri.istiong. lot
. ! ck S, J -mis. .ii nun
ing claim, Ibslee $ 3iX) (XI
En- h It J..i,e, v us am
i's ter Johnson et ux to
r- Cynthia ii llnhin.
folk, lots 7 and 8, bl -ck
bl ck 2, John-oil inii.
ing olaim, Bisl-ee COO .
Frank A lit-!' to K F
HockeuUamer. I. lis 3
i.d 4, bl cc 91, Doug
I V Wallae et ux and a
A Dudhy to UafaeU
Al.ui tie-, lut C, bl.ajk 15,
Piitle Addition to Doug- 75 ..
E K Piitle Co. to Mari-ello
Hernandez, Infa 9 and 10
MiK-k 11, Pinle Addition
to Doiif!a ISO ..
C S Shoemaker t ux and A P
Tohn orf to Butt k Arizona Copper
M tun); Co , assign Mor an, Mar
shall, ! g ' abin, Cleveland, Harris m,
Mountain View, Head Center. C.i e
Xi-nif, Wedge, Mi.uutaiii Ti p and
Daunt ley ininin- claims, Hartford
I) M Watt et ux to Unite A" 'Arizona
C pper Co. tame pio,a rty.
A A Billi i;ley Douglas I.umler
Co . ku t'to ipiiet title to lot 24 bluck
SA1I FACTION-OF MOKTGCE
W 11 "erl to IJoli rt Warren.
CWCranford et ux ib C D
Tlinniaf, on purc!i.uenf lut 25, block
Rjiliii Milling tsompany. irciTpora-tori-,
V. F Xii.ar", Andre ioiisih.
pao, J.M Darling on; general mining
lu:iuer; capital 5-0-',JJO
Charl 8 A She r et ux to State Mut
ual Utuldint: A. I nan Aociation, lot
7 and 8 I. o-k IOJ.oISjO.
MSiiins t- Kle cnr .i Wood, outfit
in Exchange ral on l!i-lee, ?1500
William Slulliam to Archie Cliis
liolm, 10 head ot cuttle ?150
rch-e Cliisliolin to Citizen's Bank
of 15 -ru-on, lot 10 Mock 19, Benson
Fii.ni O Ki p to Prevalent Mutual
Build ng and lwn A-ocU':on D.iug-
laa pr.. My. 7lH
tATtrhACrKi.V OF MOnTfiACE
l.JOier."l:luT F btiad and,
Bank of f ile to 0 F Peabody
Pney t vertock; incorxratnr L
J Ofer'ck, Marry Hueyand James A.
5il.l: cap'nal 50,00(l; gener.il bioker
Ann Soonan ct al to Ar hie
Chisholm, llens..r.pioirty$ 100 00
A Arliimn to Jamea iur
T-imhgtone projn-rty . . .
Xonis Lombardi to James
PaiilMoreman etl t F E
E It Prtli to A II Fralie
Andrew Oirrdon to Paul
Jloreinaii and F Verliaeg'.ie
J .hnron adilit'iin
Clias A Slieer to E A Von Ar-
lum. Doughs t.)prty....
E A Vuii Arnim to Fnmis O
K n, O ii prinwrty. . .
' -i'.ll.ltrr to StVl! K
Balnli, I"1 14 ,,I"CW J'
l.rt AdJii-oii to Huns-
Bur.ei " MifgraveiJ
j5te.alt,l.oik- l'.l and 7,
JoU I. 3 i.d i, ld.ak 4
and 31, Musjtiave Addi
tion to Do"i'g'i
BiuelQ M.ii!i'e .Jui
C E .. i, Mierk 3 sii n 3',
lot 4, block 4i, b. -l,i,
3.4,5.6, 7 aid 8, 'Io:k
Tke Laxative Bromo Quinine tms. ?
Sevw MBoa ken toUiaMt 13 a-KMths. Tllsf tiglUhWC,
01 -'. .viusgrave Mild t:on
to Doughc iO'J
Ciuiles A Alrl No J C
Sfca.d.L t 4, Millir Adili-
111)11 to lll-.bee nil BiSSle
Goold mining rlmii 9.H)
Situ J Miller, A 1) Mil er
ai.d Hairy Kan to i has
It Skird. lot 4, Miller
Addition to Ili.bte, on
Bessie (iiH.liI ni i in ii g
cl im 5 00
Charles Li It osse to Puts-
burgh-Arizona Cod &
Coip r Co., Sartua ni i.-
iug cUiii'.idj iningDean
Hii'litnoi d, Tomb tone
1,0 HI bhang stock
Barrel Q Musgrave to Gro
W Glilue, blocks 2.1 and
42, lot- I and 4; b'ock 8,
lut 2 a d 3; 1 1 ck 5, It t
3; block 4. Musgrave Ad
di ion to Douglas 300 ..
TT Deel et iijc to Mr Kit-
gunia Barry, lot" 12, 13,
14 aid 15,'blo.k 01 Naco .00 .
E B I rile Co to Cowep-
iun d Beniten'hlock 17,
block 9, l'lrtle Addition
to Douglas .-... 75 ..
Mutt Lucas et ux to Stee
J and Situ "N Angius,
I t 10. block 2: I. to 13
and It, Mnk 13. P.rtle
Addition to Douglas 200 ..
LncvC Aguir e to A A
Dudley ! 18. Mock I,
Q e!ii Addition 1 1 Doug
lad 10 ..
Orttlia S Va'eucia to Mary K Mc
Xamara. lot 2, Mock 4. D"ii.la, $100
G S HurlUrt and Chailes MeU'iirn
o Con and Mar Shea, iirniture, tc,
in l'iii I'i i nn on Wedge mining claim,
Lowell, 1 150;
Frl G Berninndy and William
Wriuht to Jos-ph V l.-iireu, Alta
Vitt, E'k, K-jst'Hie, Deey, Eliza
l.eili aril KHlheiine tniiiii g claim",
Calif-rnia district; 3.IHHI in SMI dc,
5,i'(NI in 0 tionths, $5 000 iu 1 J ear,
40,')00 uithin 18 months
E It Piitle Co. to SibasC
Marti iz. l.t II, block
10, I'i'lle Addition to
D.nglaa S HO 00
J II Iloundiree to W S
G a dale, lo's 11 and 12,
block 6lf. D.irU
International Land Si Im
provement Co. t J II
Itouudtree, lots II and
12. bl-ck U0, Doiigla... 250 ..
B Carntto it ux to Ella
Cai-lle, i-tie lot one mile
west of pnslotuce, Bi-liee.,
I on Golden Calf mining
i c niui
Eni'ly J ne Perku to J W
Wiaal. lot- 2Gand 29,
block 23. Bisle . ...:.
; W F Malin to J W W od.
lots 70, 77 ai.d 78, block
24. Ilisl.ee 1
J HSied toMrall JTtiiiip
kini", pails of lots 18 and
19. block 78, P.uglas... 3500.
Wm J Stack tt ux to Mrs
H Sofia Hill, r a of lots
39 and 40 M ck 13. Bii
lee; also ecuface right to
n Kirti'in of Luiatlian
bale, Bisla?e li'
Annie M Djer to Hatue
I Xeman, lot in TomL-
i utiine cauvon. Bibe . . 1S00
Title Guarantee Trust
Co. to Elizabeth B Meek,
release from truat detd
on lot in patented min
ing claim, B.sle .....
BATISFACTIOX Of MORTGIOE
George E Hemphill to Minnie J
... .. ii.n II. - .!..!.... M...
Atllt ' JICIoniMli aafcisin-o iiiii.
,.,-ei.n lots2'J 30.31 and 32, bluvk
Miners & Iercliants Bank to Thus
and Jennie McCarthy: Katislics mort-
gageonlot in T jut stone canyon, in
Triboltt homestpad, Bistare
Jenn'e McCarthy to Arizina Mu-
tual Saving- & Lean Asiation,
-.2, block 25, Bisb.e. J 1,000
E It Piitle Co. to itetez
Corpio. Potiglaa priqieityf
Wis em linesimeiit Co. to
C S Bull, Doogla pro
er'y B J O'lU lly vt ux toaiu
To Cure a Cold in One Day
L sor, 'li bee i'ope ty.
Jono s i iii i, ttiiior, tit
Jutni's I.-uom, UlsUe
i eriiatl'Hial laud A Ini-
i emeiit li. to trail-
iso.i l al:cg-, I otiglaa
. r e rl
.i iriiHtion.il Land .V lm
provrimiit '!. t KB
U'onU. D.iiiglar pnrty
lleurr It hreiiiini to J hu
Kro i.r.tn mi, 'lugh 0
Kr ze", Fi'd 7. Stun , E
It J. ii. s ai.d l.e lliuley,
II It Fn em in to John i'liu,
E H Moore to Douglas Cas;
S'oue Co , ininet
John O'Bneii to Dmigl is
Cast S'oiio Co., inmen. .
J E Suits to I oug'as Cast
Stone C , mines
II M Moure to Douglas
Cast tone (., minea.
M It O'Uri. n to D.itiglas
Cal Stone C., mines. . .
Wm K MiHire to D uigUs
Cast Stone Co , mines
C E Cull tt ux to The Arizona
Triirt it Kauking C.i., D.iuglas prop
Frank E Tn-k t.. C Stevens, Ben
son prox?rty. $"ttO
J xeph Metitiire et ux to PmriJent
Mutual, DuiigU properly $2 000
W It Cliailiu to National Cash Reg
ister Co $225
IIIIL OF SILK
Clias It Ryder to O Dum.in
The Stnnehouse Co. to 0 A Dunman
Negroes For the
Mins'ss'piii Valley negr.vs lor riil
rnad ork in MeAieo is an experiment
uhicti will I triid by the Souilirrn
Picilicou iii road truni Guajnia t
Guadalajara. Ritnon 300 and 400
of tl.e dirk-pkionid rep eSentativex
of Suutherii .Mi.onri, Aikansaf, Ten-ne-ee
and neigh 'oring Southern
St.tes a ill 1 biought to Arizona ai d
si ut to tiiiajnins nith grad ng outfits
which hae been tngagid from Ar
kaia'. That the negroes nill lie well able
to utand the heat of Sonora the rail
road (weple h lieve, lor jieisous l o
hae let n along the Ytqni Val'ey in
Sonora and who have a so spent some
tin e alonz the Missis'ippi in summer
Mate that the beat of Sonora is far
les trjii g than that of the Misaissi
It has Men I arnd that the road
wi I lrciiiiiiletd is far as Alamos
by February 1. Alamos is 175 miles
from Guayinas. Tile road a ong this
section rtina through the heart of the
The Bee Industry
W. II Pchaidin was in Tuesday
from his farm, wlier. he is conduct
ing sime intere-ting eriments in
bee cu tore If Mr. Schaidin suc
ceeds in his prerei.t exier'ments he
will itvo utioii'ze the la?e indurtr) all
over the world, and esa?ciatly in Ari
zont and California, where tinner
are not profuse aa in other mo e
fav. nd sections rl the country, Sci
entirts rliim a c. mnion homy lee
can carry three tint a lis we ght, and
Mr. Schardin contend that il the lee
was breil up, for insta ce like ci't'e
' and hordes, a lietter atd larger ii'
ta-e wou'd b the re It. So with
that end in vuw he l.as i.ow in ca
t-,v tyM ch.,ice eeClion of Whetsttne
I ,onpt.ip 'iimble l-es, which he is
I tryini; 0cr B4 with his honey le.
Time far Mr Schaidin eijs l.e has
loi fXp.r rnc-d some dilhculty in getting
tl e trcs arqiiaintid with each ether
but lfnre -lly time"' is over lie ex-
I peut to be kiicjes fol in bring out
10 what he w.ll cill the "mule be,"
I winch wi!l be able to cairy heavier
1 uids than tlipo'd nary bee and will
.. ' 1 able in tand longer trips oer the
-.desert nitluJl water. Jochite Pre-
From Monday's Daily.
. n stable Shrops-ire of Donglis
c line over last evening, Iwingcalel
hsre on biainesi in the district court.
habein th d fendtot in a i acti u
li. ugh', against hi n for d i nag-s b.i
Bi na Water f. r an alle.ed illegal
seizu e of sonu jiersoual prurty un
der an attachment on judgment isuel
outof the jmt'ce c urt of 'uglas.
F K Jad.vell. KWtnustr at D uig
1a, came over Ust evening an I is re
no une old acquaintances here He
is here as a witness in a civil case b -fore
the district rouit
Q lit a n iii'iir of Tm'nt.vie'te
weut djwrp to Lewis Sprinus yeaterday
to attend the picnic given by the
Fraterual Older of Eagles .of Bishee.
Qti.te an e joyable time was had,
virions gam of amusement were noted
including dancing, fot t racis, baselull,
'". A. Overlook, accomp.inid by his
son, Alton, are in the city for a few
dya, Mr. Oerlock being cal ed 'lere
on b-isiness before the district court.
Andy Scott leturned last rvening
frjtn Douglas, where oe spent Sunday
witli his fa nily. He bro ght hiyouni:
son back with htm. who will remain
for a few days.
City Attorney Merritt of B'sbee re
turned to his home yesterday, hav;og
completed his business before the dis
trict court for the pieent.
Attorneys Pe ton Dick ard F. M.
Hartman of Tucson nturmd home
ves'erday after a stay here tl a few
Bert Parker.of Wi'cnx.whohaebeen
-erving as a t ial j iror, returned home
yesterday, having la?en rxeuxd from
further servic. He wa-i iccompanied
by h s wife, who visiied Totnbs-on.-fnei
Deputy District At'rrnev Ed Flan
nigan. accompanied by h'S wife, re
turned lat evening from Bisbee an '
will remain for some time, as Sir
Flinuigan ban a number ot civil ca-es
to try during the next few days
J G. Buell, the Doughs real estate
man, is in attend ince at tin district
court, being inta rested in a civil case
-et for trial today
Attorney Sutter and Shelley cime
over from Bish-e !at evening and srill
remain here several days, having a
number of cases before the district
It. C. Sanf lrd. the Bisbee attorney,
came over last ironing, being called
here en bus ness before the district
T. F Warlop and wif of Bisbee are
in the city and expect to remain here
for some time.
A. Y. Wright the Douglas lawyer,
s in the city, having a number of
civ i' case in which he is tn'erestel
set for trial during the next tew days
J. E. Thompson and wife of Bistxe
are in the city. Mr. Thompson is the
hustling Bisbee real estate dealer, and
is here as defendant in a civil suit
brought -y W. P. Sims, of Bisbee,
which is i n trial today.
W. P Sims and w.ff of Bisbee are
T mbstonc visitor, Mr. Sims having
business before the diatrict coirt.
Geo B. Wilcox and wife were vis
itors jesterday to the home of O. J
MiCabe and wife in Miller cmyou
driving out early in the moining and
returning via Hereford and the train
State of t"Hio, City of TuLedo j gg
Lccas Uousty. )
Frank J. Cheney makea oath thai
he is Beaior partner of the firm of F
J. Cheney & Co., doing busine- in the
City of Tided.,, county and state afore
said, and th t said lirrn --.ill pay the
mil of one hundred do lars for each
and tverv cse of catarrh that cannot
be cured by the'isp of Hall Catarrh
Cute. FkaxkJ CHESfcY
Sworn to before me and surn-crihed
in my presence, tin 6th day of Oe
cen ber, A. I) 186.
fSenl A W. OLEAbOS.
Hall' Catarrh Cure i taken in
terna ly, and actsdir.ctlyon thebliaai
and mucoii surfaus of the system
Send for tetimnn-al- free.
F. J. HESEY A CO ,
Siild by all druggist 75c
Take Hall' Kamiiy Pill ftr constipation.
From Tuesday's Daily.
Some one has raid a good word fi.r
1 1 l siliauce companies at last A
mil has r 8"U to e uaik that al bast
hey always ae .iway g,.. b. otters
MJ Brown ami wife of Bislwe are
p njiug a fe.v d ,y in the o ty a the
if'i sts ol Mr au 1 Mr Simi J i'hisi i.
W E Davis ne of the oldest n
habitants of 11 sU'e is a Toilllrtoll
tisitor today on rouit husiuess.
Wm Fourr, the pioneei .aicher .
the Dragoon', w s iu t lie ei y )etei
day. Hoy Wniltlesiy, who wai tried iu
the Maric-pi county court n cbang
dve n Cm ii Co 'life co-iiity on b
cli irge of Attempt 1 1 com nit niur.li r.
and aopjitted, is n iw In bif ines in
AlainagnrJo. Ne Mexico.
Dr. Bacon's new auto nubile ha
arrived which makes the eluvent
auto for Tjiiibstone. The Wayne is
the name of the latest arrival and is a
neat cai with 16 horse power engine.
W J. Younger who has been here
l.jr a few dys as a witness, returned
to his home at Douglas this afternoon
Constable Shropaliire of Douglas te
turned to the emeltpr city today Inn
ing completed Ins busine s here before
the district court. '
Attorney Frtnk Hereford of Tujson
came up from the old puenlo this
morning and will re nun here a few
days to enjoy th c ! weather an I in
cidently I k after some civil business
liefore the district court. Mr. Here
ford enj iys a large practice in all o
tile courts of the territory and s ku t
on the moe most of the time
There is a revival of the old time jute
'What they can't eat, they can ' in
c nil-ct ion with ntelatiuns iu Chi
cago's packing houses.
Ben Purkett of Imures Sonora, was
Tombstone vi-ic.ir t.al y. He re
port tint there is cj:f idtr-ilile nun
lug aciiv.ty in tint pirt ol Sonora hut
Ilia Yaqui tiouble cnt n te to mater
ially iuterf re with the working of
many ut the outlying pr iprties. I'lie
Mex can troops at the present t.ine
ire making a vigorous c-impaigu
against the Indians and hive captu ed
a oiiiii er during the past fortnight
J J lines and wife ot IliaVe are
I'o ubstuiie visitor for a lew days.
Dr. Ht-rt f Uisb e s a Tombstone
I'isitor tor a few days. Th octor i.
t witness and called up. hi o pro e -initial
J .ck 11 ink ley the well n wn m n
ii g man of Bist ee is in the c ty .
'. A. M Her of Djugl.is is a Tom
stone visitor on court tmsiuess.
Among tho Douglas visitois todi y
are Attorney Aliiert Sain-s, Deputy
Sheriff Young Davis, and L Coniiu.s
Asstssor U J O'HeiPy is in the city.
Fast Ocean Steamer
An inventor ha designed a ship, or
ruber be has appli d a system .l
electrical propulsion to his invention
which he llieve ill cr..;s the Atlan
tic iu three days. Whether it will lie a
suc-es or not remain to be seen The
succe-s of Hosietter's Stomach Bitteia
as a family med cine has laren tirmlv
esiahlished for over 5l years, so that
when you take it you cm 'est a-sured
that it is the best that science can pro
duce. It is a specific remedy fur poor
anpetile, insomnia, sick or nervous
headache, bleaoning, Moating, heart
burn tt itiilencv.dysnepa a, indigestion
costiveness, female ills, or malaria
fever and ague. Therefor we urge you
to try a buttle ol Hosteller's Stomach
Bitters at one. Good health will be
your sure rewa d. The genuine baa
our Private Stamp over the neck of
And Will Build
J I.. Ore;-, ' Shell.-, vil'e. Ky.,
who was eie the first o th week
with other gei.tleuei looking over
the Copper Chiel prorty, at J. hn
son, has puichasid four lit in
Benson and will build.
Mr Gngg rial-zr the possibi ities
of thi county ai d expects to inv.-st
in about 321) acres of land a
Wanted By Chicago wholesaleand
mail order hou-e, assistant manage
(n an or w miani lor this county and
adjoining territory. Salary 120 and
expense paid weekly; exptnc money
advanced Work pleasant; pos tioq
oerinanent iya investment or ex
perience required. V rite at once for
lull particular and end-so self ad-dres-ed
envelope. Coopek &. Co. 132
UkeSt Chicago, III. I12if
A Receivership For
Pinal Copper Co.
I.e.,- i. i .. .
A ov L.HU', .no., oi-paiu i pnj,;
A petit mi arkiut; fori ie-eivr
he Pinal Copper company was lib
litre to I. v 'y 'en It. Cai.spiall
Pitisi.urg and J mis ' P Bug
i d and vV. B Xich h of .in
stockho d-rs ii t'i com
The rix- na B n ier CopH r c
pan) is in id c.i deb ud n', as are a
Charles . Ij'iip, W M. Kiia
W A Kamuierer, (ie.i ge Ii. r-a-dl.
all Si. Lo'lia lriiiip men, wli.t
m it as dueotors nil c il-. I
t'oiupiny is iMpital.z.al at $20j).l)i
l'r or In ece'iino 1, llli'3. the pe ili.
-tate-, there was c.uiip lint aiiionj.
the Kit ckho ders of the opptr con..
pauy a ti its tnaiiag ni't.t,
On that dat the directois totigi.i
in the stick of the compla'ning ft. ck
holders, and a short time liter, it is
charged, issued $125, 00 J in bonds to
cover the expenditures of the stock,
riieopper company vrn then, it is
alleged, sold t the Aiizina Banner
Copper company, but the terms of the
sale were such that the bjnds were
not affected by it.
The petition savs that this was a
simulatid rale, and asks that the laind
issue, the mortgage securing it, and
the sale he decland void; that the de
fendants l restaiuid from tlia sale of
the copM'r company's property, and
that a rtceivr be appo uttd.
Heat Too Intense
The Phoenix Enterprise rays:
News reached this e.ty ti.day thai
dftv Mexi an lalairera who bad ! n
woiki go fie ri ma at d Calt'i i
ni railioad just west of Salome, had
piit work un'accuuut of the intttisv
The me were carrying new rails
ind they claim tint after the stei 1
had ben in the sun a few hours ii
liecame so hot tint a man could
not touch it without blistering h s
All f the men who quit had Wen
in the employ of theArizuaand Caii-
"ornia for some time, and all weie
nnsiautly complaining vf burmd ai.d
I -tpred hands. The -'irn wmk d
Lug until last Saturday atd tl i n
piit. They were n t dissatisfied
th the wages paid, but refused
hsolutelv to carry any of the hot
A Yaqui Indian's
Benson has a Ytqtii Indian wh
worked for the government last fall.
Leaving Kurt Huachuca in the ev
ti'ng he would walk here, says tl e
Cocnise County Pies, v'sit his family
and l on du y at 7o'clnek nejit
m mine at the fort. Tot-1 distance
coven d alaiiit 63 miles. Years aga
he was a courier fi r the government
when history was war.n in the mak
ing. The Passing of
Mrs. A. H. Thompson
Yesterday afternoon Mrs A. H.
Thompson did at her home after an
illness of several mont-.a The da-
uise of this et etiiid resident mark
he passing of another pioneer of
Tombstone and her kindly face will he
iidly missed by the community aim ng
I-thorn she quietly residid with her
'amily for many years. She lived
the allotted span of life threj scjre
tnd ten year-, and bravely met life's
duties and cares with christian forti
tude and womv ly kindness. The
funeral was held ' day fr m the Con
gregational church and a tribute. (
I respect to the memory of the depart
' , .. . : .. , .
tandance of fi lends . tha last sad
I rite. Dec-aaeu leave two sons.
George and Allan Th mps n. to
mourn her loss, and the Pko-jpeotoh
j.ina t'-e commtinity in ex end ng
heartfelt sym pithy to the bereaved
S E Hazzard the ell-known I is
bee atta 1'iey. can.e over last evening
bein-called here on bustne-i before
the district court in a damage cite
against the function Minii g company
Don't have n falling out with
your hdr. It mijl.t leave you !
Then what? Thst would mean
thin, scraggly, uneven, rough
hair. Keep your hair ct home ! ,
Fasten it tightly to your scalp!
You can easily do it with Ayer's )
Hair Vigor. It is something
more than a simple hair dress
ing. It is a hair medicine, a
hair tonic, a hair food.
Tho best hind ol a testimonial
"S.ld ier over t.x.y jcars."
Also maauitctartra or
Work of a
On the fourth anniversary of
Cuban independence a Havana
paiwr published a forty-eight page
edition, printed partly in English
and tmtly in Spanish. The
isliud has witnessed a great change
in itself since it was lita?iatid
eight eari ago by a generous
Kasal Catarrh quickly yieius to treat
sent by Ely's Cream i.alrn, which is agree
iLly aromatic It is received through the
nostrils, cleanf.es and heals the whole sur
face over which it diffaseg itself. Druggists
sell the SOc. sizu ; 'J rial size by mail, 10
cnta. Test it and you ore suri to continue
To &CCOU modnte cuobe who are partial
to the "68 f atomizers in applying l.quids
intc the nasal j s-vsages for calnrrMil trou.
b's the proprietors prepare Cream Ka!m in
KquM ?o-m, which will l) known as Ijy'a
Liquid Cream B-ilm. Price including the
praying tube is 'icents. Druggists or by
mail. Vie- liquid form emoodles the lutd.
olnal prsporUes of the solid reparation.
Ore Striks Made
H. D. Hall, who owns the property
tieing work-d by the Paradise Deve op
ment Conipany in the Chiricahuas,
arrited in tliecif yesteidiyafiernoon.
He briugbt the infci-ma' inn tint rich
copper ore and water bid both lieen
struck at a depth of 230 feet in the
main shaft of the mine.
All Fully Stated
For Good or Worse
Best s tate for dotal Ark.
Beit state for A ribs Ala.
Best state for doctor Md.
Brut state fm hog; Penn.
Best state for miners Ore.
Pest state for a toper K. I.
Best state for a tr.imp Wash.
Hest state for a poor shot Miss.
B st state lor an aitist Coloiado.
Best state for those wlu cannot
Worst state for health III.
Worst state of all T. us.
Two s'a'es often together Wis. Ky.
Worth more than nine states put
E. 0. DURLINGAME i CO
A"?nV flJIPC ,CHCM CA'
exttvritlreci.r--oTriTHftfideji.fiilP n -m
&!d kSCrabife ???!&
CcEcesIrzlIcp Testa- 00,-rar,v?J"-
1736-17 J3 U.wicne- .' VD -r. tU-
It iarepor ed Mrs. Thompson is ser
iously low at Uer home on Bruce St.
and her fnei da feel mu"h concern! d
rgaiduig h-r illness. It is sincerely
to l hoted this esteemed pioneer
Tombstone lady will reenter yery
B Malre sure a yield of quantity and
B 1 erry j. they wsre lbs bst on I l.e
-ff market, but tbey tavetenlmpruv-
n ersr -Ires. We ais exptiu la
M lfHlSSerd Annaal.lsau'lfuy ICoa- m
E trBid,frretoa lappJcams.
f D. H. FERRY 4 CO., Detroit. Uteh. 1