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8MFTEMBER - -89C
RAILROAD TIME' TABLES
A 1ZONA & SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
Jalj St 1SSS.
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..Wsttr Tuk 30.1
,. .CWIteten JS.S
,.F lrbnk .. .Lt 14.0
-V. U. A-Crofeiix... 17.7
. ftnttDtoon .....j .S
Ftf oUtlaoi. Step on tn!.
I El Willuxs, Sia- rintcnilclit.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC R.
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$ 40 pro
3 35 am
la Sat, UnuUJ, eut bound, Uosfe't ud
a ndsjrt 8.14, Umn
Sub Set. f.'mit-J'wc bduttt. WjQ-liy in
tsarta-i, 4.0S Buson
NEW MEXICO 4 ARIZONA
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.... Catabacis ...
10.40 a ra
13.10 p m
aEy except Sunday. Pacific Urn.
J. J. FssT "General Manager.
A. Ktccix. L. II. Albkbcht.
Assist General Manarer. Train Master.
MARICOPA & PHOENIX R R.
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1 30a m
mo f m
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Marie pa. .
G. H.1HOVSHEIX, Gen. Supt
bllver ii quoted at 66J
Dr. QafT, Benton Physician and
Pleasure in drinking why not?
Schiling's Best tea.
Harry Refferty returnrd borne from
California last evening
District Attorney Swain .returned
last evening from Benson where ha
went on legal business.
Jas Scow one of tbe best known
citixens in Cochise county was a visiter
to the county seat today from Dos
Mow that the time approaches for
the selection of legislative candidates
tome of eur territorial exchanges
esmntnt on the need of a freight and
A. y. Noyee, who had his leg broke
some time ago, is able to get around
with the aid of a crutch. He cam
np from bis ranoh last eraning and
returned home today.
John Casey, of Dos Cabexas fame, is
among the visitors about town and
heartily greeted by his numerous
fritnds. He made but a abort stay
and leaves tiiis p. m. for home.
His, N. A. Gilman wife of Super
visor Oilman of Wilcox is iu Tomb
stone undergoing medical treatment.
She is accompanied by her sitter Miss
C. E. Roberts.
F. C. Willard, the newly appointed
principal of the Tombstone school, ar
rived in town yesterday from Gales
karg, Illinois Mr. Wiliard comes
highly reeommnded as an educator,
and we gladly welcome bin.
tfiibest Honors World' Pair,
MOST PERFECT MADE-
A awe Crape Oeun of Tartar Powder. Free
JsisaAtwniiiiis, Assva or any other irtilttrawt
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A FATAL DREAM.
Richard Smith Meets Death ia
a Peculiar Manner . .
The following strange account (
death which befel Richard Smith in
Baneor. Maine, it riven belew. The
deceased was a relativi of Frank Smith
the wall known Cochise county cow
boy: A jeculiir case of death became
known today, the circumstances con
nected with It being rather remark
able. Richard Smith, a painter and
paper hanger, and a respeote-d citizen,
baa bren at work with a gang paint
ing the Windsor hotel. The staring
was high in the air and great danger
attended the job. He was very anx
ious abettt the safety of the men and
repeatedly warned them to be exceed
Last night ha had a tf-rrible dream,
in which he felt tha staging give way
and plunge to the ground, the dream
making the staging fall much farther
than it could in reality. He felt him
self goingdown and down, and believed
a companion was going with him. He
reached out te save himself, and, mak
ing a jump, fell out of bed on tha floor.
People in other rooms of the bouse
where he boarded rushed in and f jund
him paralized through one side. He
hsd been in excellent health previ
ously. He did not rally from the
attack, but died today. He leaves a
family in Newport.
Treasurer Vickers and wife return
ed home last evening from lbs east.
Mrs. Vickers has been on an extended
visit to relations in Illinois and re
turns much benefited br her visit.
Tombstone is infested ith small
miscreants of ages varying from 8 to
16 years. Petty thefts have been com
mitted around town and in meat in
stances the thefts have baen traced to
very small boys anJ the gooJs recov
ered. The Santa Fe railway bat sold to
the Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe line
fiftyeix locomotives and twelve cbair
are roaches and baegsge cars,. For
Ibis rolling stock, the Gulf road will
pay the Santa Fe an amount in tbe
neighborhood of $50,003.
The Williams Hsws ssy: "Dave
Nsagle. the man killer met his match
when he taskled an editor. Editors
have no fear of death as their nuraer-
ptrseutio&s keep them tpititually re
fined aDd always ready to knock at
the pearly gates without timidity."
Owing to an increase in the price,
large shipments of western cattle ate
now being made into Kansas City and
Chicago market-. The Santa Fe is
handling on an average, 175 cars of
beef cattle from Arizona, New Mexico
ard Texas eastward daily.
The storm yesterday afternoon was
was one of the heaviest known here
abouts in many years. Many cotton -wood
trees suffered, branches being
blown down also fences being laid low.'
Fully an inch of rain fell in the short
time and walnut gulch was a raging
torrent for several hours.
The infant eon of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Y. Smith of Pearce passed away this
morning. Tbe little sufferer had bet n
ailing some time and everything pos
sible that humia aid and kind oare
could do was of no avail death pluck
ing from them their fair blossom.
Tbe synpatbies of tbe communities
of both Tombstone and Pearoo are ex
tended to the bereaved parents.
Cattle raisers should bend ettry ef
fort to raise cattle that will sell at 1-year-
old. Tbe idea of keeping steers
until they ara 3 or 4-vears-old and
then sell them as feeders, has been
proven to be a pour policy, both for
the man who raises tbe cattle and for
those who feed them for the market.
It is a well established fact that young
cattle fatten more readily and conse
quently at less expense than old one.
Four or five years ago. and it was cot
unusual to see steers going to market
6 or 7 Tears old. In tbe last four
years a great change Las Ukss place.
Now botchers and packers demand
younger bee', and tbe lire, shrewd cat
tle raiser, who is in the business to
make money will etudy to supply the
market with that olass of beef which
metis wit j a ready sale and U always
in demand. To do this tbe cattle
raiser must breed and feed for early
maturity, and this is one class of cat
tle that there is little likelihood of over
stocking tbe market with for soma
Senator BUwart.of Vevade. Ukes a
rosy view of tbe situation, and figures
out the certain election Of tbe silver
ticket. Here are the senator's figures.
SUBK HILVKt STATES
North Dakota. 3
South Carolina, 'J
South Dakota, 4
Necessary to a choice, 224.
Illinois, 24 Michigan,
Indiana, 15 Minnesota,
Iowa. 13 New York,
Senator Stewart says he does not
think there is much doubt about any
of tl ese, unless it is New York, but lor
the sake of argument he puts them
down as doubtful.
Senator Stewart estimates the fol
lowing states as "probably" for Me-Kinley:
Connecticut, 6 Ohio, 23
Maine, 6 Pennsylvania, 32
Massachusetts, 15 Rhode Island, 4
New Hampshire,! Vermont, 4
New Jersey, 10 Wisconsin, 12
BDCKLIN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions and posi
tively cures Piles, or no payment requir
ed it 14 guaranteed to give peeiect stis-a
faction or money refunded. Prices 50
cents per box. For sale a Tomb ione
Two Prf'sn "ctors Return from
the Frozen North.
.About two months ago 8am Edgicg
ton and S. F. Eaton left Albuquerque
for Juneau, Alaska. Ou Wednesday
Sam returned to San Marelal, and his
partner to Albuquerque, says the 8an
"A few pointers about his trip and
what tlity saw in that far away town
may be of interest to our readers.
Owing to the establishment of rval
steamboat liaes from San Francisco
to Alaska, a great change bat taken
place in tbe rates of transportation.
Where formerly a cabin passage cost
$20 from San FrancUco to Seattle,
you can cover the route now for fa
cabin passage, and (6 steerage, includ
ing meals. From Seattle tbe former
rste was 50 cabin and $ 30 steerage.
Now the rates or cabin 12, steerage
Every steamer leaving the Sound
country is loaded to i's full capacity
with pastengers atd freitht, These
people are all heading for tbe Yukon,
Those g"ing to Cook's Inlet, fewer in
number, go direct from San Francisco,
and by a difirent route. Juneau, the
principal town in Alaska, and the out
fitting point for nearly all the Yukon
miners, was crowded with people. At
Chllcootrforly miles west of Juneau,
and where the trail it first taken on
leaving the coast, some 700 or 800
nai-ers were camped.
A Circle City, the principal mining
town on tbe Yukon, seme GOO miners
pent the winter. It is estimated that
at least 3,000 new men will prospect
the gold belt this summer, with the
result that something definite will be
known of thrcxlent of the gold depos
its and their paying value.
The town ef Juneau ia not a moral
place, as may well be expected. It
has a permaneut population of about
3,000. Oamg to the fact tbe only 1
qulrement to sell liquor is te secure an
inurut.1 revenue license, the place is
full of saloons and bawdy houses, and
whisky is worth 25 cents a drink. Two
variety theaters are in operation ard
evidences of real frontier life predom
inate. Notwithstanding these induce
ments, very little gambling or liqnar
drinking was noticeable."
Among the numerous persons wno
have been cured of reheumatism by
Chamoerlain's Pain Balm, mention
should be made of Mrs. Emily Thome,
of Toledo, Wash., whe says: ul have
never been able 10 procure any medicine
that would relieve me of rheumatism like
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. 1 have also
used it for lame back with great success
It is the best liniment I have ever used.
and I takepletiirwiarecotnrsstTsdie- it
easy trieadV1 far vats bw Orajgt4s
HE WANTS THE EARTH.
A California Who Wiltes a
Unique Letter of Injury
A miner of As halto, via BaWr
Celd. Kern county. Cat., is a uniqne
'Iter v. rite r, and U aminos to know
whstber there are any gold mines.
bears, antelopes nd (k'er in Arizona.
His Utter lor information reads u
I am tired of this state, because it is
regular monpolony to press all miners
cheaper and cheaper every year. 1
think of going to Arizona for gold
mines. I only want to know if it has
plenty of gold mines end plenty of
How much gold mine Boss give one
miner one day without Board? Has it
very plenty of deer and bear
Has it plenty of antelopes?
I am an old miner and old deer and
besr hunter. Can I discover gold
mines and deeri bearef What place.
I want you to send Arizona news
paper about gold miner, deer St bears.
every week. What does Arizona
charge one month or for 6 months?
Please let me know about it price
and gold mines, i. deer bears.
Has it plenty of springs L water?
Has it plenty of panther?
Give my respect to you.
Your truly friend
My Address to Asyhalte
FOR OVKB FkWT VK'.iS.
An old, well-tried remedy. Mr
Window's Soothing Syrup hss been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers lor their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes
the child, soltena the gums, allays all
pain, cures wind colic, and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. It is pleasant
to the taste. Sold by druggist in
every part of tbe world. Twenty-five
cents a bottles Its alue is incalcu
lable. Be sure and ilk for Mr. Win
slo's Soothing Syrup, and take
no other kind.
The big tenses which Alvan Clark
has made at Cambridge, Mass.. for the
university of Chicago's mammoth
Yerkes telescope have been finisned.
The lenses are the largest in tbe world
being forty inches in diameter while
those of the great Licit glass, which is
the largest at present set up, are thirty
six inches in diameter. In this case
this also mesns that the Yerkes in
irumtnt it tbe mwt powerful glass al
though this is not necessarily the case.
George Ewell, a Philadelphia boy,
smoked nineteen cigarettes in half an
hour and died. Premature death is
always ead, and In this case there is
especial cause fur regret that he wb
unable to finish the last of the package
and make it an even twenty.
L. Rosenstein, Tucson.
F. Bettman, San Francisco.
I. N. St. John, San Francisco.
S-L. Maplp, St. Louis.
r . . .
st Oldras flmrs.
Feoole overlooked the importance of
permanently beneficial effects and
were satisfied with trancient action;
but 'now that it is generally known
that Syrup of Figs will permanently
overcome habitual constipation, well
informed people will not buy othr lax
atives, which act for a time, but finally
injure tbe system. J
CORNER TH &
MINERS' AND RANCHERS'
TENTS AND WAGON COVERS
M Mid rtover snS
leM Bttil Cs.aat-
JOS. HOELFER PROP. ' i
per cup for poor tea doctored!
with gypsum and poison to
make it sell.
per cup for pure, fine, delicate
tea as delicious to drink as
it is wholesome.
Which do you choose ? We
have made the difference in
price appear greater than it is.
We think (we do not know)
that there is no difference in
price per cup ; or if there is,
that the fine tea costs less
per cup, because it is really
But suppose there is this
difference: which will you
have Schilling's Best at
cent, or the tea you are using
at cent? Schillings Best
at 50 cents a package, or false
tea at 40 or 30 cents a package?
You pay your money and
take your choice; but if you
choose Schilling's Best, and
don't like it, you get your
Schilling'! Best cofTee. baVing pow
der, soda, spices and flavoring-extracts,
are alo moncy-lcV.el.
A Schilling & Company San Francisco
'Wehadan epidemic of dysentery in
this vicinity last summer," says Samuel
S. Pollock, of Briceland, Cal. ul was
taken with it and suffered severely until
some one called my attention to Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. I procured a bottle and felt
better after the first dose. Before one-
'. A 111c tr''e had been used I was
well. I recommended tt to my trien
and their experience was the same. We
all unite in saying it is the best." ror
sale by Druggists.
Territory of Arizona.;
Eykcutive Omen. j
By national authority the first Mon
day in September, the seventh day in
the month, is designated as a legal
holiday, to be known and celebrated as
This is but a just and proper recog
nition of tba great agency that ha
caused our country to stand first
among the nations of the world
Every ship that rides upon the tea, all
of the great armaments of our tea
coast, all of the grand highnavs of
commerce that traverse our country
all the grandeur of our cities, all of
0"r splendid architectural develop
ment, are monuments of labor. In no
country of the world has labor been
more fullv recognized and honored
than In ours. Among its other grand
achievements It hss been tbe mission
of our country to enuoble and dignity
labor, and no people of our republic
more lull sympathize wun toe Hopes
and aspirations of the workmen thsn
the people of our territory.
Now, therefore, 1 Benjamin J. Frank
lin, Governor of the Territory of Ari
zona, by virtue of the power and au
thority in me vested, do hereby pro
claim Monday, tbe seventh day of Sep
tember, A. U, I8U6, a holiday
and I do recommend and request that
all places of business and offices be
closed on that day, and tb at he people
of our territory j nn in a universal ob
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
st my hand and caused the great seal
of this territory to be here-
seauJ unto affixed, this nineteenth
day of August, A, D. 1896
Done at Pho?nix, tbe capital, this
nineteenth day of August, A. D.lc'.J6
By the Governor,
BENJAMIN J. FRANKLIN,
Charles M. Bku e.
Secretary of State.
WANTED Lidy Agonts for Tomb
tone and vicinity, immense prufits
addrets, Lock Box 278, Los Angeles
UfmOVSD AGMCULTXIBAI. IX
rLXMXHTB, a CXUBSAIKO
P. B. WARNEKROS,
His Mammoth Stock Of
Boots & Shoes
Mining & Farm
WJ. BE SOLD AT COST.
CLEARANCE - SALE.
GOODS ALL FRESH AND NEW
We Respectfully Solicit Ue Trade oj All Residents O "
Cochise County. No Trouble to Show Goods. Call and
Convince Yourself of Tlie
-AjelcI .WiU ts'ell a.
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