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The Prospector.
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JUNE 27 180C
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Gmenl Minanr,
A. Nacgle. I. II. Albkecht.
Assistant G-nenl Manifer. Train Master.
MARICOPA ft PHOENIX R. R.
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U. H. Hos'SHELL, Gen. Supt.
LOCAL NOTES.
Dr. Ga3", Benson Physician
surgeon.
Mirer is quoted at 1S
and
The Engine Co., boys will give
dance On Friday night.
Ben Stillman, a former young
Tombstone boy is here recuperating
from a sickness at Biabep.
Daughter Mother may I Attend
th dance .Friday night? Mother
Yes, mydear; if you can find tome
one to take you. 3t
A marriage license was granted to
day by Probate Jud e Br&dely to
Albert L. White) of Washington
Camp to weJ Mis Emma Mare-ball of
3Las City Mo.
Wilsy JoneF, the able District At
torney of Graham county and another
true silver delegate to the Democratic
convention Lai gone to thereat of scar
Meisrs. J. W. Buckmaster and
Wm Holmes have gone to Hooker'
Hot Sprinpa to treat a sever case of
rheumatism of which they have been
afflicted
Judge Barnes, delegate to the Dem
ocratic national convention on July 7,
cm left Tucson for Chicago. His
headquarters during tbo convention
will be at the Wellington.
"It is with pleasure I tell you that
by one day's use of Chambei Iain's
Cough remedy I was relieved of a
very severe cota. uynead was com
pletely stopped op and I could not
aleop at night. I can recommend
this remedy. Ciiac. M. Gutfold of
Keedly, Fresno Co., Cal." A cold
nearly always starts ia the bead and
afterwardsextends to the throat and
lungs. By usingr this remedy freely
as soon aa the cold has been contract
ed it will cure at ones and prevent it
from extending to the lung- For Sale
by Tombstone Drug Store. m.
Awarded
Highest Honors World's Fair,
ANOTHER CAPTURE.
Troops Surprise a Camp ".
Capture a Boy.
From Mr. Jas. Campbell who re
turned last evening from San Bernar
dino the Pko1-ectok learns that the
troops and Apaches had another
brash and resulted in the capture of
young ApicLe boy about S to 10 ytarr
of age. The seme of th-j attack was
some 20 to 33 mile below the line.
It appears when tht camp was sur
rounded the renegades in some man
ner became awaro of the fact doubt
less through the perfidy of the soldirro
or scout', and succeeded in making
their escape taking Lieuts. Averill and
Yates unaware ; however the young
boy wai captured by Lieut. Yates and
the entire camp of hcrses, saddles sod
belonrings re confiscated and
brought to San Bernardino, the worth
less "stuft" being desticyad.
It is not known exactly how many
nero in the band, but the joung
Apache states there were nine includ
ing another small brother Apache '.vho
escaped. The boy Is now at Sn Ber
nardino, and eince hs liai found com
pany in the person of the other
Apache papoose, recently captured by
ex-Sheriff Slaughter, takes kindly to
his new home and expresses no
regrets at aot being with the band.
A company of troops coopsrating
with the Mexican cavalry ars follow
ing up the diibanded renegades, and
as orders are to Lill on sight, a few
"good Indians" are likely to bi report
ed later.
These expeditions are proving suc
ful, and the routinr of a camp aud
the capture of even a uapoosttor a boy
is good news to Arizouan. Mar the
good worK go on.
Haw (u t'nrr IClitltnilUilu.
Akaoo. Coose Co., On,,Nov. 10 1893.
I ih to inform you of tho great
good ChamberUin'ri l'ain Balm has
done my wife. She has been troubled
with rheumatism of the arms and
hands for tix months, and has tried
remediiw prercribed for that complaint
but found uo relief until she ued this
Pain Ba'm; one bjttle of which has
completely cured her. I take pleas
ure in recommending it for that trou
ble. Yours truly, C. A. Bullous. 50
cent and 1.0! bottles for eale by
Tombstone Dug" Oo. M
Jas. Keilly returned home yesterday
from Prescot. where there nas to have
been a scsei&n of the supreme court,
but OAing to the obteuc-r of Judgo
Home, tvlia is bulding court at Globe,
they adjiurneJ without doing much
business.
The Eucine Co, boys will call on
you in a few days to sell sou a ticket,
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Mr. Harry Drachm&n, of Tucson,
rayi lhe'Ciun, has in his possession
aueautiful htdge, presented to B. A
Fickas, of Phoenix, by the Grand
Lodge, Iv. of P., in recognition of his
distinguirhsd services as supreme rep
resentativx. The badge i. of solid
gold, band-omely engcaved, of beauti
ful design, and will donbtlsts be most
highly prized by the recipient.
The governor while at Yuma found
one prisoner honest enough to con
fess th it'll i guitty ol the eiime for
which he was con tic led. The nonest
man is a Hebrew who stole twenty-one
dozen handKercliiefs. All the rest
claim to be innocent. Gazette.
Santa Teresa is stil) holding her
own, and is be-iesTSd as usual with the
sick of every description, A two year
old child named De Young, says the
El Paso Herald, that has been paral
ized since birth, ha b?en partially rev
leased from its spell by Teresa, and is
able to raise Its hand to its head.
L. A. S'mith, well known in Tomb
stone, and whofe family still rosids in
here, is in St. Mnrt's lioepf'ab in Tap
son -unJeroing treatment for rheumatism.
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BAKING
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MOST PERFECT MAD.-,-
apsse Grape : Cream of Tartar Powder. Fre
sn Ainraotua, Alan or any other adulterant,
40 YEAIS THE STAWUK0.
Mesrr. L-ingpanp and. Danker have
secured the Stonewall double hoisting
engine and arn arranging to move It
to the Silver Thread lo hoist ore; cnges
are to be used and work will be pushed
ed on a fairly extensive scale, and
with the pyanids plant will give em
ployment to a number of men.
Sydnry Williams, wiie and baWy
arrived today torn BNbea to remain
a few day and eijoy our climate
TLsy are the guests of Chief Doyle
and wife, Mrs Williams and Mr
Doyle being sisters, ByJney bac
long been one of the most trusted
employee of tne Copper 'Queen Co.,
and is held as one of the most popular
and respc cted young men in Cochise
county.
While a great Jtnany Tombstoneites
will go to Bisbee to celebrate on the
4th, which is no more than proper as
Bisbee participated in our former cel
ebrations, the slay will be duly ob
served at home. Cjusiderable Ert
norks has been secured aud a pyro
technic display is assur d, several
prominent citizens having already
ordered large conslgnnseuts with
w'jieli to show our patriotism and pro
per appreciation of our natal day.
Th tiring of anvil salutes at tuniisp,
aUo au ancient custom iu lilies in the
edit will be instituted, and the, ringing
nf all the belts iu the city at one time
f -r tteerat minutes three times during
ttie da unne. noon and sunset.
An there are fix bells in tht city the
oWrvHnce ol the custom will be novel
and nhould be carried out.
"1'lie Mikcoverj- Navod Ills l.lle.
Mr. G.Uaillouette, Diuggist, Beaver
sville, 111., eays : "To Dr. King's New
Discover) I owe my life, Was taken
with ut Grippe and tried all the phy
sicians, but of no avail and was given
up and told I could not live. Having
Dr. Kinu'e Sew l)iscery in my store
I eent for a bottle ail began its use
and from the first doe' began to get bet
ter, and after using three bottle was up
and about again. It is worth He
weight iu gold. We won't keep store
or hotiMj nithout it." Get a free t lall
t the Tombstone Drug Store.
WONDERFUL ARIZONA.
A New Discovery in the Liae
of Her Productions.
These are myriads of wouderful
things in Ariz ina that have been bid
den away from herresidants, although
to strangers they seem familiar, and
the papers of the east come to us with
marvelous tales of the existence of
phenomena, hieh could be discov
ered onlj by the exercise of brilliant
Yanke intellect. The Cittzsn thinks
among other awe inspiring attractions
Arizona can boast of a number of uo
mittigated, galvanized, double back
actioned toucontrated liars, whose
equal era ouly found among the
aforesaid Yankees. Following are two
storiei copied from Washington, D. C,
and Sioux Falls, Dak., papers:
'Captain H. L. Scott, of the famous
Seventh United States cavalry, relates
some marvelous tales ol the powers of
endurance and fleetnets of foot of the
members of Troop L of liia regiment,
wnich is composfd of Cbirieabua
Apache In liaus from Arizona. He
relates that on one occasion a full
grown and nble-bodied deer ran
through the cavalry camp, and in
swutly, with a series of wild yells, the
Indians gave chase on foot, and by
speed and skill they actually ran it
down, caught it about nine mile from
camp and brought it iu unharmi d.
' On ens occasion nine of them were
returning to camp after a full day of
hard work, riding upon a government
wagon drawn by a mule team. A co
yote v. as teen clone by the trail pur
suing a young calf. Instantly the
fatigues of the day's labor wero forgot
ten, the dusky driver, in his wild en-thiiria-m.
even forgetting the team,
and the whole gave chase, and after a
wild, yelling scrambling chare oi two
hours, the coyote was captured, titd,
gagged and carried into camp. The
mules hod meanwhile quietly wendtd
their nay into camp."
Mr. Allen, the Tombstone man who
is supjOSfd to have volunteered Ibis
information, is a stranger hereabouts,
but the following carries cflf the palm :
"Every one) ha heard of the petri
fied forest of Arizona," (aid T.A-Allen
of Tombstoip, "but few pople are
awara that there are springs in the
territory where almost any object can
be petrified, Frost, snakes, lizzards
ansl other reptiles have ventured into
scrm.9 of these springs and turned to
stone. Leave, twigs nd branch of
tree have undergone the sans pro
cess. But the most remarkable in
stance is that of a cattleman, who has
t'ue same name aa myself, although
no relation. He was in the habit of
standing in one of these spring and
bathing. He did this for some time,
when he began to fevl peculiar pain
in his fet and ankls,and he stopped.
but the pains continued, followed by
numbness tlut never left them. He
lost all eon troll of the muscles of that
part of bis btdy,.acd it waaat a tew
weeks until ha realized that ai feet
bad become petrified, and fur tbepasl
year be ha been unable to walk. The
rest of his body wa somewhat afiect
d, bntnot to.mueh so, as 'tb water
had not submerged him.'.'
THE.LAWISG0OD.
Train Robbers Mnst Suffer
the Tensity.
Tli only business don by the su
preme court at Prescotl ou Mojdar
was to sustain th lower eourt that
pronounced the eeutence) (it death on
Oscar Bodra the train robber now
injil at Florence. Tbi settle the
matter and show the law making
train rubber au otftu-i punishable
with death is constitutional. Th
date i( eitoution is not yet fixea.
This nuding ought to b a long eW
towards discouraging the holdiug up
of traius in Arizona.
A Kansas exchanso raui-irke: There
is too much fuss being made about the
Texas girl who took otT her bloemar
to flag a tratu that was to b wrecked.
The wisked exchange further remarks
that Texas is sai.i to pess a reryniild
climate. San Anelo Standard.
Engine boy No. 1 Dj you know of
any lady who would like to attend the
dance Friday night? Boy No. 2 Yes,
they all want to go. 3l
. !ali,
.'A, meeting 'of the Toasbstone Fire
Department, is tailed for Sunday
yening 7 o'clock, at Bescu Ems
House, forth election of chief of tk
Fire Department, a Steward and other
matlsr coming before lb meeting.
By order of CttaixumtK.
Engine Co. No. 1 are to give a
dance on Friday night July 3d, at
Mining Exchange HalL The fire
laddies never do things by halve and
an enj ivatila eveniug to deciplea of
Trep'ichore it promised. A pre ident
is established ty the compauy in giv
ing the danee ou the 3d instead of the
1th for the reason that dancing if
indulged in ouSaturday ev tnlng would
continue until Sunday and thus shat
ter a sacred custom to the coutrary by
devoted religious adherents. We nev
ertheless predict the dancrf u grand
succeta. See ad in Moctlav's issue.
.tOTUK,
To the traveling public: Notice ia
hereby given that alter July 1st. 1
will have severed aiy connection with
the Arlington House and having se
sccured the Mclfenry houi opposite
the Yizina Co., Otfice and fitted it
up for the accomodation of travelers.
I respectfully ask a contiuianco of
jour lateral patronage.
Mrs. H. Bastiax.
ti.. r!.nle cartv. eoDUt"n; of Ptr
Hook, F. E. Oadwell and on Ka'pU,
Mr. Hook, Mr. CdB ! M"
Hattieh, returned le.tveninf in their
4-in-hand from their outing in the
Huecbure. The entire party express
themselves a having a grand good
time. The owere the guet of Mr. F
N. Wolcott and party, camped nearby
for on day aud were delightfully en
tertained. The co.iifori ol oamp life,
th beautiful scenery for which tai
range is noted, clear rippling moun
tain streams, rocky escarpments f the
oliB, commanding view, all having a
fascinating beauty and picture-queni
combining to make their trip interest
ing aud one long to " remembered.
Editor Dana, ot the 8un, who i
never at a loss for an explanation, ac
count for th unexpected wep of
the silver sentiracut in localities where
none was previously supposed to nisi.
He is by no means a free coinage apof
tle tut he ay the activity ol the golo
men created a suspicion that it wa
their purpose to conspire for the elec
tion of Cleveland to a third term.
Tbis.savs Mr. Dana, drove the peple,
many of whom might have had strong
gold predeleotion, to a choice of two
evils. They naturally went in for
silver. SUr.
Development work ou la? Mineral
Hill mine is progressing rapidly and
uueoveriug large bodies o! rich cop
per ere. It is said the result of lha de
velopment has gone far beyond expec
tation at the time when work was be
gun under the bood, A contraet was
let a couple of days ago for taking out
iOO tons of ore. There baa been be
tweeu 2,000 and 1,500 feet ot develop
meuttn shafts, levels and cross cuts.
The water supply struck ia the course
of the recent work amounts to 20,000
gall ins daily. Star.
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TO CLEANSE THE SYSTEM.
Effectually yet gently,io when tive or
billious or when the blod cosimpure or
sluggish, to permanently cure bibitual
constipation, to awaken the kidneys and
iver to a healty activity, without irritat
ing or weakening them, to dispel head -aches,
coldsor fevers us: Syrup of Fig.
FOR) SALE CHEAP A horse and
buKB?t horse gentle, bugry and har
ness its good order. Will sell cheap.
For further particulars, call at or
address this otbee. j'tMw
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Hats
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Buggies
Clothing
Groceries
Hammers
Underwear
Dry Goods
Boots & Shoes
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COP.NER jTH &FrEMONT STEEET8.
H'e Respectfully Solicit Tlie Trade of All Reaidhtts O
Cochise County. No Iron' to Stew Goods.', CstH.ucn
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