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When Americans Abroad Are DODGE WILL VISIT ouaiiueu no runa is Ready to Assist Them, He Says ST. LOUIS, Aug. 9. -In one sense TUGSDN NEXT WINTER TUCSON. Aug 9 It Is the inten- FRECKlEi an American consul is llkp a foreign tlon of CleToiand H Dodge to visit New Drug That Quickly Removes These Homely Spots There's no longer the slightest freckles, as a new drug, othlne S doublo strength has been discovered ( Hlf la n .Allt.... ........ ,1 . 1 homolv enntn. ' Simply get one ounce of othine , BLAIR, Secy. F. & A. M, doublo strength from Central Pharm- rf- W. JORQENSEX, II. p. "' acy and apply . little of It at 1 c. IT. PHILBROOK. B. C. uignt, ana in the morning you will -.v. It. BANKS, Secy, R. A. M, i uveu mo worst nave dc ' LODGE NOTICES jFf MASONIC CALENDAR WEEK ENDING AUGUST 12, 1911 Monday Tuesday . Wednesday Blue First. Thursda Friday-Saturday ABRAMS, W. M. I tk gun to disappear, while the light K. T. & 'ArtTurrL-'?-- -' - p-ifis z srs5.ni In Catania 5triir hn T nwti m. u,ms" " a letter which he wrote to ( s seiaom mat more than an ounce tomontoV ea nC0de1 t0 cmlletely " tho mother.aM ..f,.0' BSf V b commerce replying to tho tole.?,n. and inla a beauUful clear com- 'uw,uvi ao. lriiitaui uarreis. ana nr . .. . i. ..- .... familv nt iftft i f.vait,. ,,.,-. .," Att" !- " uwaaii 01 mat organ m- uS State? csX68en!c0tsT ' n AUSS8t L in'n,ed1" ' ond to nonp Zriri,.,,? tho announcement that th0 railway countri-s consul for helo. in Sidiv or .r:dfiJl,u.h,3.,?t,.er Eay.8- piBe elsbare. th conM,i ,ni t w lv:cr,, 'or Mnaness jn sending m. w; : ". rv; r. r,--.rr.r" 8U a ooroiai plexlon. Bo sure to ask for the double strength othlne. as this Is sold un der guarantee of money back If it message regarding the nil rilflllirrnn A(in SttSE5S"S -wsk,-.5. a mmm hhu - in. your iisa ai tne ona or your tele lll KADt Un nwA frt.An,l 1 . iLI. UcuUrvirfue"Jrom-cr otTS j J b to Msit S2L3"25 LlT' -harr-decslon e a, S&H Itata ad-nta eTnnd 2.1S ly passed the required competithe ox- Th iS.?ta S. DODGE. amlnaUons. lie is the sucedssor of ,,,,h0.r,re?5.lf tho whh es'"wle1 Arthur S. Chenev. ho ,rSTiM T ?l the. ond of the message uas the, on tho oast coast of Africa, which. " was ms first post Speaking further of tho need fund for helping American citizens 'I do not want to be understood as criticising the methods of our govern ment at all. because this is a thing, with which the government Is not nar- UStarSEJS T V?ndB.,h,,tiJ Tl CS0N,( AuR 9-For ,he Pumof th' city en roste to Benson, where various countries for helping their cit of purchasing tbo noises and rigs the engineering norths rwiulro.1 for ien abroad are in the hands of private needed for the South estorn surtoylng LrJw ,un ,, ? organisations, on whom the conwjleau jrtl. p L. Hunter, purchasing a!' B D th Kredo Work w!U b draw at his discretion wjien a needy of the railroad, arrived In Tucsoa ! orsaB,zed aad O,rtflttod. The jmrtios and deserving case comes his way. It 'yesterday from E! Paso and was en-lJn D"?'s this morning were under Is -no credit to this country that we. gaged all day In selecting the animals ' Engineer C. a 8iaart. S.trX?. 11TZLC?V. SH"! tr, He .tated that at Benson he ex- ji,iT,b: nT'u :rr ;:r r "" .iu.i"icr . ssia0foniy ar-Dected to fInrt thA .,,.,, m 'HOUSES ARE BOUGHT FOR ROAD ENGINEERS i SURVEYORS GO NORTH Pass Through Douglas En route to Benson to Work on Extension (Douglas International.) That ihore Is to bo no time lost In atarting the wortc on tho grade of the extension of tho El Paso it Southwestern- fpjm FalrOanks to Tucson, wks further evidenced thl morning when a norty of twenty three engineers a!nd surveyors of the Southwestern passetf tfcrouiih KNIGHTS OBPHHIAS Ksthbone I0xkb,No. 10 Knights of Pythias meet the first, second and fourth Tuesdays of e.ieh month in Pythlsn ;aaUa nslting broth tr cordially Invited E. B. MATHEWS. C. C. URIOBAUM. K. of H, 8. ORDER OF EASTERN STAR Pearl Chapter No. I Meets in Masonic Hall Second and Fourth Wednesdays of each Ella M. Perry, W. U, Katherlne Paff, Sec . o. KuviWH W. 0. w. Woodmen of the World meet at Fair hall, tho second nnrt fnnrth -r days of each month. Visiting broth-! OHO. H. COBBE, C. C. C X. THOMAS. Clerk ) I JTl.1-- - "'r 9 MHJIIML 1 , jiu H I "' niMMMsMl i 'Y-; - f Till lllllllllll II ,." IVH.,.fc.Ml Via k rr. $S r Sfss2r SsiiiiiiiM -I r X.-j-" ""ci vk i5VV -"- ypSga Jl. -I Ts7 - 5 '" I ' tw . ; iJ3BHHHHiilHBVHHr: y-rXr.'.'.'.'ff "So3 vfti i K N I I y V W " rrl 1 rv.:' 1 DAILY REVIEW WANT AIS. Advertisements under this head run at the rate of 1 cent per word for each IsBue with a minimum chargo of 25 cents. Advertisements must reach The Review office not later than 8 p. m. for Insertion In the next monlng's paper. B. P. 0. ELKS FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS t S-uk SAL.K Mve sbares Uitlrens' bank stock at par. Box 1959. FOR SALE CHEAP Old papers. In bundles of 100 25c. Review office. earthquake and who are.foremoat on rantrnrt vis .loi i, .i.. ..,. H suoh occasions, oan msko no nro.;wna fho ni nnMinn r- .i eqolinnoiit for tho several nartlM A-Moa fer Americans who may tlnd 'visit here and that no other purchases ! "h atdi that 'a eaok 'engineering I r" cGKATH, Secretary, 'fSff . In Asperate need in a for- were required at this tltaaa. If occasion outfit woukl be from ojght to tea otgn land. ariss from othra th cnniw.. j .v. .,.. ., ... I N - Urges Red Cross Control. !wl . t.ZL"""" '""" -"'u """ lucre no9Kl pronaoiy Bisbee Lodge, No. 671, meota first and third Tuesdays of each I Fon SALE Second hand lette WUUUl Bl UU , ,n .n.JUI.. !, . cash. Brooks Cooper Furniture Co., Pythian" Castle Bldg. O. K. street, opposite Review office. Phone 34L 120 tie, horses, chickens, hogs, every thing complete for ranching. Ad dress E. B. Care Review. 265 FOR SALE 1 room modern houso Unaiitv hill Terms to suit pur cnaser. Address Box 2010. 12- Club House. Visiting brother cordially Invited. San Frankrjnturg waited RajBr I J. D. TAYLOR, Consul. !w1U, whore it la noeaibfe to do ao.li .. .. . . .u ".. i R M A Disbeo Camp No. 13.41J -What we need I. a permanent fund nwke porch.. here in preference to P T' iZT, p n it ' "' Yr.H.Molem Woodmen of of sose kind to bo placed, gay in the olK elsewhere. Purchasing Agent F. a HunUr., America, meets scc- hamki of tho Red Cross society In Engineer R. H. Jom?s met Mr. Hsnt- ef Southwoetara, baa bea in ond and fourth Thursdays in I o Washington. Then any ooii&i could. er at Basen and aceoapanied him Tucson for several days purchasing' O. F. hall. Vlslttfis neighbors nro draw on the fund when there was totWs city, Um two being together I horsee asd bckboards to be used I tarttod to attend. 3-.1?", Jf,.l"e.rirseI"c! 7rLJTT- .'fle!.returnf1 Motors, and everything I. n. U MOTZ, Clerk. "" M"w v0vv mm uvui iuuu ..wM sTniuK Here iie . i , . . a perplexing problem. The government makes his headquarters ,pwewu io ao reaay ler uo work looks to the needs of its sailors and ne party of engineers has bow w Eraawg to begin jt as toon as; iuH In the (merchant marine, and formed its camp out beyond Blyatan'tfee contractor can get their Ken ' flRDPR that Is aU An ordinary citisen ha. Grove where they are putting downlad teams on tho rrottftd, waiofe is nr no more cim on nie country anroau, u Bses ana are no longer guest ,. , . h t , , .v-i Ur in a financial sise, than all alfenv at ine tleldel where they made head- "And here are the barTees consuls quarters when the first arrived placed 1b a position wheiae it la aim- Engineer Henulnsr is mwt&i t phr out of the question for them to arrive In Tucson in the course of the 1 tractors, have sent word that toe t ii?,1 l mitwe am wrocn isey can i aitora. wi tew unys ana wtii stop at the I submit that something ought to be Santa Rita, according to the lntentteE done," he expressed when recently here. When asked about the present condt-' tions in Sicily, and the work of rebuild- TAXES REDUCED BECAUSE mg Messina, Mr. uarreis said a steady SHE'S MOTHER OF EIGHT offort is being made in that direction. CHICAGO. Auk ' Th rvCi- HARRIS BLOCK FURX1TURE Co. New and second hand fnr niture bought and sold. Fine stock wall paper. Brsrery av ensa. E9S (TOMBid, whioh is QmeCtftd tn ha nat lntar ihnn 41a first of sost week. : - ' OWLS McArthar & Coraeeiir. the eon- 120J Thurs days. xpected thair repreMtatrvt to reach Benson not later than August Odd Fellows Halt 19th. Where their outfhs and men are costing from Is not known, as they are large contractors aod bare equipments at various polr.ts in the El em LOST AND FOUND LOST A $10 bill .between the Methodist church on School Hill and postollice, or Tombstone can yon. Pindor return to Review of fice for reward. 12 -..wv. . a b.K. uoii iu in uvn uramj wara or review took x hand mnnfn i riw- -i, . innhe He of gradteg. laying out today to reduce the eo of HriatrT , L T streets, and othr BreUminarv tabor." in Cbl, i .. 1!SL.?L IVi?.s,pBO a w days ago that an he said, "which neeessaril) has de- position not to let high assessments 'p'01"1 agenoy ia that city would layed the rebuilding work -itBelf. Bat and taxation stand as an excuse f r'Pn branch of flee in Douglas for Brotherhood of American Yoeman Riihard I. Homestead S9S in time Messina will be restored. race suicide Reductions in i mm hi) von an interesting o stents were granted liberal I v to con- The Sicilians as compared to other cerns dealing in food and drink. Italians are practlcatly a separate am "Butter and eggs are too high tlonafity, with a separate langage any way,'' said Reviewer Webb. Tbsy are friendly to America and granting a 1660 reduction to a bu- never- ijave forgotten the strong ter and egg concern. "It you folks arm that was used for them are taed too high, prices will go whpn they were in trouble three years still higher." ago, This makes my position In many Mrs. W O'Counell. wife of a respects agreeable. The educated IU1- bricklayer, ssoght to eliminate a $75 lai&fs worth traveling far to meet. household goods assessment. She is Most Americans of coarse do not eome i the mother of eight. inSeontnct'wiih this class and have "They're worth a milHoa each u. ujf juin oi mo nauati coaraCTe. nuv ji astcea tne reviewer in consequence. "Yes," she said, "hot I cant pay Tourists Seldom In Trouhlc " " a ... .. ,w. , 4OT.1.. . 4 "Bc -had to settle any troubles of r SSu chlMrT whan an American wiH get Into tron-, Cie-rrrr, hlcHnrough ignorance of the onstoss1 Slv?,,AiiS5i BR0THER, 107. and laws of the country. t'WJULESTBR, Maes, Aug. 9. the purpose of gatheriii: men for the work on this rsftroad exten sion, but up to the present time nothing has been beard ot sacfe an office and 3tr. Moor, the Weal em ployment agent, says that he has had no orders for men for the new work. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 100 acre raneh, center or Sulphur Spring valley. 5 room houso furnished, shade trees, cat- advertising medium is the Fargo Dally and Sunday Courier-News, the only seven-day paper in tho state and the paper which carries tho largest amount of classified ad vertising. The Courier-News covers Xorth Dakota like ablanket, reaching all parts of the Btate the day of publi cation, It is the paper to use in order to get results; rates one cent per word first Insertion, one-halt cent per word succeeding insertion; fifty cents per line per month. Ad dress The Courier-News, Fargo, FOR RENT Four room house, ?8. ' In Tombstone canon Phono ISO, i WANTED A email flro proof safo. .... - i.f.iin-r-r. .... r- Address p. O. Box 1959. 1SU ncir vvHtvJieu iyihuc FOR RENT HOUSES FOR RENT A nicely tumlshsd two room cottags. Inquire E4 Masoa Hill, or Oeorge Roberts, Msin St "That good place to eat,. 161 WANTED 100 Mexican laborers for track work. Apply Road Master's office, Santa Fe, Phoenix. Ariz. 120. FOR RENT ROOMS FOR RENT Furnished housekeep ing rooms. H. E. Cooper 29 Quality Hill. 36 1. WANTED To buy and sell new and second hand furniture. Uet our prices before buying. It will save you money. G. O. Bracson. John son Addition rt PACKARD PIANO AGENCY. M. E'cknell, Box 375, Bifibee. 23C MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISERS The great State of Xorth Dakota offers unlimited op portunities for business to classi fied advertisers. The recognized1 FOR SALE Small block Pitts Roy alty Co. stock. Address Review. 2S2 MONEY TO LOAN Address P. O box 734. Warren. 281 WANTED Woik by tho , day or month. Confinement nursing pre ferred Inquire at the residence of Jas. Muhattn. 10 Legal Advertisements NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. fUnlrtnanl a fha fniAFinn TT (2 fLS Land Office at Phoenix. Arizona: iVrT r.1 i.i V "" NOTICE is hereby given that Hall IeIticB Archers are James u j, Parkgi of Kaco Ariiona. cornirlty invitta. ui,n n- Tno -inna r,,n,i.. iinmo. E. D. STIXSOX. Forem m si.ad nntrv. No. na44S for smi j1 or much thereof . vv.uiut.t,r,corresponaent Box'JS. iHEl-4 Sec. G. E1-2NJ31-1 Sec 7, I SWl-INWl-t, Section 8, Township , ,2S, Range 21E, G S R Meridian. I. 0. R. m. I has tiled notice of Intention to make Meets overy Thursday oveaing at , nnal Hl rr Proof, to establish M o'clock In Pythian Castle. All ' ' j n do, it c, u r ZZ Z Z' sltinrr nd Men nr.Vnmr. I boforo J. D. Taylor, U. S Commis sioner, at Bisbee, Arizona, on the TI.a. .111 -American tourists seldom get Into , ii nrtai wS- trouble with the police, and I seldom dTnottied WEL 7k ?" "Bflfc -had to settle anv tmhU. of ..n. B . ?'. or.. UH the BARGAINS IN KISSES ; GIVEN TO SHOPPERS XRKNTON. X J Ag. 9. Charles 'Tully, 15, said to be the "kisetBgest Kid in this section of Jewey, oi-' tered a dfrartatent store here yes ' terday with tlte purposo of ldsaing overy woman employed in the place Charles is such a dexterous ktser and no quick to a'maek Ms Hpa on cheeks or mouth that he had added a round dozen kisses to his record . .v ' c ' Mr. ' T.ucr- j, wi V. . . eore a policeman arrived name Sicily Itself is worthy of the sons .iTT..1.. SeU? HIekey died here 'of Uib tlrla had aMt Bi. T and story that hav centered there CrVLi, . a.ot .6ho "'flight and elderlr shoppers ran be- almost since history was. There are Jaade or harai iT i Wd' 90untera alld orouched Under iow ijuno ui me nuTiu whu as muen i, !.....' I z. " ".".""'"" i tnora. to offer in that direction. When yon ,L V?,i rona -Nv- sco travel through that island and see the, nojs lf7 years ojd. people with their ancient customs anl "" ' their way of living yon would almost Special 50 cent Lunchecr and persuade yourself that you were back J,1-00 Table d'hote dinner daily at in the days when Thocritas sang. Al- PP61" Queen Hotel. 25G. most yoa can beliove that Vaican stilt visiting Red Men welcome. JOSBPH MoXELIS, Sachem F. a FENDERSON. K. Of R. I. D. COHEN, Medicine Man. T. F. B. S"'ir FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD Bisbee Lodgo Xo. 4S2 meets every Wednesday even- 21t day of August. 1911 Claimant names as witnesses: Charles Eberllng. of Don Luis. Ariz. Geon;c Klrkland, of Don Luis, Ariz. Richard Brandon, of Don Luis. Ariz Charlee. L. Purdy." of Naco, Arizona. FRAXIC H. PARKER, Register rango 2C east of the G. and S It. B. and M., in Cochlso county. Ter ritory of Arizona " XoUce is herebv given that on the 30th day of AuguBt, 1911, at 2 o'clock p. m, at the court house door in the City of Tombstone, in the said County of Cochise, I will soil the above described proportv as mav b necessary to satisfy the said judg ment, with interest, costs ond ac cruing costs, to tho highest and best bidder for cash. JOHN F. WHITE. Shorlff. By A. A. Hopkins. Deputy Sheriff. Tombstone, Arizona, August 7, 19 U. THE HARDEST THING. NOTICE OF NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department ot tho Interior, U. S. Land oince at Phoenix, Arizona, Ini. at V nt ' ,fc- v ( ti. IE in, n Till! T.I.I """ xa' . P. Hall -visiting NOTICE is. hereby given that Al- raemoei-s coroi- iiert J allv lnfffo.1 - The youth is known to the police an ."The Kissing Bug." Ho has been arresled before He will be tn Jail for 10 days this time In the bow that he can overcome his rfctTre to kiss every person wearing skirts. makes the thunderbolts oi Jove under Aetna, that the Cyclops still tends his sheep beside the sea, and that yon prpsenlly may see bim receive Ulys ses and his band It is wonderfal to stand among the plaeos of wfelch men have sung and told Immemorial times and where the ancient Romans did their mightiest deeds. 'Any American who likes that kind of,lhtag and Hkes for a moment to XeeJrthat the gods still reign upon Olympus, must by all means come to SjfoMy andbreadte the unique atmos pftercr-of thaVglace it will nearly raak: a foot to order. 1 assure you. "To eome" down to hardpan, twenti eth acaxurxacus once more, I may say tint I 3bnt Hltflbd all ray time with 'the ancfljft gede. I've got a ten-honr aiiayjoh, and two assistants. Wo hare tp oe-to R that -there is no infectioe sent' Out' frUh s(nn J3,00,e0 worth 61 Tthmoata yearly. We nttami to seme-SuB lvees in the coarse ef the year fn tbfe ooaaectioa T4ie eMet ship ments are ettrate of lime esssatiai o(te ot lemon and orange, erode and roflnsd ealphur, almonds and filberts. In addltfon to this there is the Teg-' alar nslness of the state department to bo looSed to. Thon the depart ment or eomnierce and labor has sn aapetJte for statistics that can't be expressed In mere figures, and the ag rtarttural department wants every-i The Riht Route tzasc t ,c Route of the few'Tftfjp Golden State 5 yjMi . . .. . $mz, Limited EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 FINAL LIMIT OCTOBER 31ST SUMMER FARES FROM BISBEE TO to KANSAS CITY .,..$51.0 NEW YORK $93.25 ST. LOUIS - $60.05 BOSTON , $104 05 CHICAGO $66.05 BALTIMORE 58495 DENVER $42.80 WASHINGTON $8495 CLOUDCROFT iS140: i . . " ' . Reduced Rates to all principal Eastern and Northern Summer Reports. Call at ticket office for any infor mation desired, or address EUGENE FOX, Gen. Pass. Agt., El Paso Texas. Swan, of Lowoll, Arizona. Yilm nn llnv 11 1 !WaI mi ,1a TJ-imft f t -ar a i,,,,,, ,1 "---f jt iuu; i"vt iukuu iiuuic- uu x. jiaiiijM, rrewoent. stead entry. No. 03216, for SE1-4- BARBARA SHEARER, Secretary. NEW. X1-2SE1-4, SW1-ISEW. Sc-c- 'JL: lion 11, Township 24S, Rango 24E. oUnUKA LUUbh FJU. 23 jot intention to make Final nve year 5 I n n p Proof, to establish this claim to the PV '' r V.'..! Stand above described, before J. D. meets ' over ' T?Klr .U.- S- CommfsBtoner. at Monday at 8 p. m. la Masonic Halt ",SDee; ii"zona on lne za aaR 0I iwM" AA. Claimant names as witnesses; Henry H. Bohmfolk, OF DISSOLUTION PARTNERSHIP. Xoticc is hereby given that on the fth day ot August, 191 tbo i paunershlp existing under the nr.mo of Alien & Mclntyre. com. posed tf L. R Alen and R K Jwln'yre, was dissolved by lf&nal ccnent Mr. Allen will canthue as the General Agent for Arizona, California and Sonora, Mexico. Mr. Newton Trenham will continue to have charge as agent fer the Doug las field and Mr. O. D. Walker ot tho Bisbee field In tho sale of Everglade land. Bisbee, Ariz., Aug 5, 1911. L. R. ALLEN. R. E. McINTYRE. I mh lili 1 WS Tw Visiting brother cordially invited. W. IL EARP. N O! JOSEPH HOWARD. Sec'y. BISBEE LODGE NO. 10. meets every ' C25f 3fr?r? WednedBtr even. iae In Odd Fellows Hall. Main St' Visiting brothers are cordially In-1 vlted to attend E. L. SEIDEL,,X. Q. F. J. ATTAWAY, Secretary. August T. Schlaut, Robert verbeck, Bea Fcmberton, all ot Bisbee, Arl zona. I. .0. 0. F. ! FRANK IL PARKER, NOTICE. Notice. Is , hereby given, that the Srm of Vucotlch A Jovanovlch, con sisting of Louis S. Vucotioh and Iee JaranoncU is this day dlseolvod" by mutual consent. Louis S. Vu cotlch Is retiring front the business and Lee Jovanovieh will continue the same In his own name. All bills payable to said firm will The Qlrl What's the hardest thins about roller-skating when you're learning? The Man The neor. The Suffrage Flag. Mrs James Lee Laidlaw ha? pre sented a suffrage banner that was used in the May parade in New York, to be .taken to London vary shortly. It will float over the Amerfoan de tachment In the five-ailo parade widen Mrs Pankhurst ts planning. There will be 40.W0 In the' parade, as she has planned it. SHERIFF'S SALE NO. 6391 In the District Court of the Sec ond Judicial District of the Terrf-i tory of Arizona, In and for theD. 1911, County or Cochise. j John M. Johnson. Plaintiff, vs. Register. i,0 recaived by Leo Jovanovlch, and uu utitjia arm jiuuiuues oi sam Arm are to be paid by Lcc Jovanovieh. Dated this 3rd day of August A ARIZONA AND NEW MEXICO RAILWAY P- O. E. James P. Livingston. Defendant. Under and by virtue of an ordor of c&le issued out of the District Bisbee Aerie 175, F. O. E., meets Court of the. Second Judicial Dls- nrst and third Mondays, 8 p. ta. trict of the Territory of Arizona, lit. The Oldest Map, After eome controversy about the , 8:S6a.m. ARIZONA &. NEW MEXiCO RAIL WAY COMPANY PASSENGSR SERVICE. DAILY SoaUtBound. 7:lGa.m.Lv. CHfton 7:wa.ra. " Gathrie Danean LKB JOVAXOVICH, LOUIS S. VUCOTICH. mi " . SOBUIBOUIUI -k ill j nuiuuuunu. Ar. 3dSp.ni. I.V. S;J4p.m. " 2t p.m. " lf'Mntn. above enUtled action," wherein John bsen Anally determined by savants ' Southbound train connects with M. Johnson, the above named plain- tftat the oldest is 1n tho form of a footnern Pacific westboond train Xo. 1 1. fir M,f.innj n i.wif..n arraincr mosaic In a T)vrnnHnA aI..!. n ii.i J. leaving Lordsburir in-fi7 n in , , (James 1'. Livlngslone defendant, on aba. In Palestine. It is about 1.700 e i? T me L. D T. , M. .. o.t .,... -i t..1- ... t '.i.' !. -M . . . . SOUthbntlnd train n..l.J,I...III Tho.taii ot the Maccabees ot I " ' " t, ITJZXKt tZ X? Z? De ot ft.fc SotTttwrA tln'SSfriB. ttu otuuuuis. a u. in. titui ui cuts iciiiutiv ksl ai liuua n , . - '-. . Fair 'Hall. Visitors cordially wel- and for the County cf Cochise on t-e 0I vaus maps that have come .f-?Ja-n- . Lordsburg the 21st day of July, lSU. fn the aowa " us trom andtnt times it has " f-a- at Hachlta j med Wm. BUCICETT, President M. D. COHEN. Aerie Physician. tho World meet In thrirVi sum of ono Bdrttl flfty-clghtfB part of the Holy Land, ino ona meet in me lair fcai rr.s.nivi r.nr, i io,in! nnn m for HI Paso, leavinc'llnoMtn atni?42 a.m. Mountain TIm. niui mUn -o-. Ylsltln? mem- . ., .-. . . ... ... . hAiina fm!n fa nmi.. j vt.i ...- ..- rn.i. fsnn f.rj.niinM mui. qm irr.. n.nT .n.. . . . . . -- ..... .. .uaKcna ami r.in.1.-..- ners corcia iy iavlted. - ,A.7 . 71 . ,V?,. ;7,r .lafV.. i v-V:i, J..-.?J H.."pie-.. leaving Hachita at n-M a.m MoarZ utuuKU IV Dl( bMk t,Ui Milt -bf- i un 1WIA lillV. Wlin TTinrft fhOM IttBAj. . . - - - h nmt n ,hr rr- ,i. , .h . "" uoiiars u lawiui money i mnn.h. 7.2ftr. v,'T.rr'"'0 UnUed .States with interest. , ..VH ( JOSEPHINE VERFUTH. 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