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The Prospector. J COURT 31 .VlTEUS. HELD FOR TRIAL.. HAVE THEIR TROUBLES. plreisent.lflSFPH KOEFLER DECEMBER IS. 16D7. 'Hie Train Robbers Will Bo Takvu to New Mexico. Proceedings of the District Court. Arizona Editors Have Thrir Share of Life's Burden.". VUUgJIS ,""-" IIVI.lbl.lie .rtAILROAD TIME TABLES ARIZONA ;aND SOUTIIEASTUkN R. F, Nortfc I mixed Tir.t Class a Daily, except b'nd'y f 7 , 7 737 8.30 9 00 9S 9'33 10:05 4 0 a 4 5 ?o o 4 3 tf3 37 6 39 6 S 155 31 1JME rABLL. ,C July 28, 189s Stations. S-'Uh. Mixed Lv... .Bi.be; Ar. 15.3 .....Don Luis si. 3 ....Packard 4-9 ....Water Tank. . '30.1 ... Charleston. .25.3 Ar Fairbank Lv, 19 o Lv Fairbank. Ar I19 o N. M. a . Crossing 7 Contention. .157 Land 9 5 Benson o Fisi Class Daily, xc'pt Su'd'y 3 3;oo 2 30 1-45 X 20 I CO' 12 j5 12.300 12 10 II '20 Pacific Tun;. 1 Flag Station. Stops on bfgnaL I?EN WILLIAMS, Superimenden SOUTHERN PACIFIC R R tast STATIONS. We 4,45 a ci Lv , 20am 1.30 pm 5.50 pm f.ioara ....Iiensn Ari: 35 pm ...T ucso 1.50am ...Maricopa 20am Y'ima 1020 am ...Los Ar.seles ... 700pm The five Stein's Pa? train rol bre were examined late yesterdiy alter- noon befnro Court Commi'Moner W. H. Culrer at Tucon and win com mitted to the charge of Ui.itfd Mate Marshal V. M. Griffith tf await due prcc:c; of the law. They will Im hcl 1 there until the return of Julge Goo. K. Dau'i, when they will he ord.red tolfew Mexico for trial and f iron nc to the custody of United States Mar shal Foraker. T.ioy pave their names as Win. Wardernian, Wa'tpr Huffmo':, Leonard Alvcrson, Henry Marshall, F. L. Capeheart which are the exact nam pa a published ir. the Fro tectok immediately after th holdup, the only papT in the trntorj thai fit i;ae tho names to the public. The Citizen of Tucson eav thm is nodouht but that they aro the parties wanted as they were readily Uentifl ed by both the ongineer and fireman who were on the engine the niht of tba holdup. Ksutsciinitt, G M E Randolfh. D S NEW MEXICO & ARIZONn R R West 4. .oani, 4 50 am 525am fi. 45 am 1 30 am f S.00 m STATIONS Lr Benson ..... Fairbank ... Huachuea... .... Crittenden .. .... CaUbasas .. . ... Nocalfs.... .Ar Halt 11 451 m 1050pm 10.23 pm o 30 pro 8.10 p m 7.45pm roit vi:i: iirn ii:akn, An old, well-tried remedy. Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup has bn ueed for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teeth ing, with perfect success. It eoothep tho child, eoftens the gums, allajs all pain, euros wind oolic, and is tho best remedy for diarrhoea. It is pleasant to the taste. Sold by druggist 111 every rart of tho world. Twenty-five f come h bottles Its alue is iucalcu- able. Be sure and Hik for Mr. WinsloAS Soothing Syrup, aud take no 'other kind. Daily , Pacific time. J. J. Frev ueneral Man:r.er. A. Naucle. K. ,1. Giesos Assistant General Manaper. Train Master MARICOPA & PHOENIX R R. North. 800pm 8.25p m .oopm 9,2; d m q 45 pm Lv. . . Plionix , ..Temps . ..Kyrene . . .Simton. Mane ipi. Ar S01 ih 8 001 m 7 25 a m 700am 6 25 m 6 15 a m tl'AMP, f it. 5-upi LOCAL NOTE81 No. 8 Cooketoves $l.i at Harrow, Sasta Claua' WolcottV. headquarters is at Tuoion has bad fropi fix to eibt hobos on the chain gang every day during the last month. Wolcott'i is headquarters for holi day presents. John H. Kirby, a jeung man at Fhesnix, is under arrest for issuing false checks for $50 and $13. The Jersey Lily icine near Prffcott has cleied down temporarily. About fifty men aro thrown out of work thereby. 1 m "Cleanliness i next to Godline'ss." Bath can be had at Miano's barber hop. . The Kepublioan says Phoenix is to have a new evening paper shortly after the holidays, to be published by Romo T. Jackson. The Arizona Canaigre company, with a capital stack of $1,500,000, and the Anglo-American Canaigrn com pany, with a capitr.l of $ 10,000,000, hate been incorp orated under the laws of Arinna. The farthest innovid of Uncle Sum's pof ts in Arizona is Fort Apcho; that is to say, it i tho inost difficult to r?cli, beiiit: almnet 100 miles routli ef Holbrook, aiad cennocicd by a (Uily g'age line carrying n.ail. S. A. Thomson, D. 1)., the succeer of Rev. O. F. Bovard as Superintend. eni of the Arizona Mi-iin of thi M. E Church, will visit Tombitonf on the 21th of this month, nnd con duct service in BenrOn on tho 2Gth inet. Hervici will to held at the M. K Chtiroh tamorrow evening at seven o'clock, J'linon Epworth L?aguo will tnrst ai ,'j' p. m. Sabbath schrsl will he held at the church 10 a. m. all are cordially invited; ttrangeri well as retidonts Ho-To-XIac for rifty Cents. Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes Treat: tnenslion?, bUoU pure. &0C.J1 Ail (truccits- Woleott has received n larco con Bigmsnt of Cbrittmas goods. Suitable presents for young and old at reason able prices. Drop in and see them. The Evans-Van Heck Mining com pany at Evanrport, Arizona, near Clifton, is running in full blast a ten taaap mill. They are treating fifteen to thirty tons ef ore per day, which is free Dailliag. It may not b g-nrally kuown 'hat Dal Hawkins the young pucili-tic wonder who is adding laurels to big victories in eery battle, having bested Connelly on Wednesday last, is an Arizona boy. Hawkins went to school in Tombstone and lived here many years. J01. Lippert came in today from Bibee. Je-' Met with a serious acci dent at Disbeo while sttnmpting toex tinguish a fire. Ho nas doin heroic work in the midst of tho conflagration and in seme manner was badly burn ed absut tlie heaa and hands. It will bn some time before ho will be able to attend te busineea and he came ever here to remain with Lis family and nurse his injuries at home. Wc hop ho will soon be all'ight aeain. Se ot forget that baths can be had at Wiano's barber shop. Everything convenient. Awarded Highest If oners World's Fair, Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. BR; A m CREAM BAKING POWDER A Pare Grspe Cream of Tartar Powder. ,40 YFARS TW STANDARD, The firrt bey burn at Ftarce arrived last week to brighten the household of Chas. Fountain, tho popular and effi cient night foreman of the Common wealth Co. The cute youngster who is thus uihered into this mundane sphere, has prior lien and (indisput able claim cu tbe Dukebbip of Pearce. The Pr.osriccToft doffs its hat to Tt tree's first-born sou, and hopes that with maturity bis name will bo linked with that of Arizona's progreta as a great and prosperous ce-nmoawealtb. Accerdiug to the Silver Belt, Lieut. Kic?, formerly stationed at Ft. Hua chuea, this county, but now the sew Indian agent at San Carles, contemplates mating many improvements. The capacity of the fieurlne; mill is to be increased, and a batter water supply provided. Alto a new sawmill will probably be erected somewhere near the headwaters of the San Carlos river. Lieut. Bice seems to have taken hold with the de termination te improve the condition f the Indians on tbe San Carlos reservation, encouraging inlutry among them and insuring a greater drgree of prosperity. In the continuation of the testi mony in the Greene case as published yesterday, tho following is a eummary of niJrncp given jeeterday ifternoon and tod a ; John lUcCtirthy prove I one of the iiirongitt witnofps for the defens-. Ho tcotiiiid t the fact of Burnett j-kin.- liim if he tmd a gun, and upon b ins told ho had not, Burnett raid: "We'.!, 1. 0 matter; 1 have one mjtelf." Ui'r.ii.;: ibtn referring to Green, uaid he wauld kill 'm before nielit. Georno 1J. McCarihy's teatinmnj was laberintirly drenn from him on account ol tlia win eca' deaf ness, it being ntcee-cry to repeat qtitioos often, and entiling impa- tienio on the put of tioih Htt'.rnoy and jude. It was sub-Uutially in the line of that ef his coueia, John McCarthy. Sheriff Kctt White testified to cotninj into town with Green on the day nf the homicidp, and being stopped by Deputy Sheriff Ritchie, who said thero were threats being mitde against Gret-n by H'lrnott. One of tbe best of all tho witti(rcs for the drfense was little George Gallon. He wn in Burnett's storo in Pearce two days bi-foro the homicide, whan Uuruett asked him to clean thu cylinder of his (Burni-tt's) pietnl, Hay ing at the time: "Etli-r I will kill Bill Green or Green will till me." The cress-examination had no ifjiect to chnge his testimony. Sime Gallsn teetified to Burnett hing made threits ogainst thy life of Green. B. A. Packard, A. Y. Smith, Burt Grover, Lei ccriiitnn, John Ingra ham, John Rankin, W. C. Land, Sam Barrow, Cha. Godfrey, C. B. Helton, P. W. Smith, Juiy Fisher, Jo. .Mc Pherson, F. S. Web-ter, J. T. Brick wood, Jrts. Ki'k, Frank H110, J. S. Williitni-i, John Koberts and si Bryant ftiriiihrd a mass of evidence, mainly testifying to the good chirrtctr of the defendant and the iodiotivo and re vengeful character of the deceased. Some cf the witnesses wei'e made to impeach tho testimony of Mrs. P. B. Warnokroa. Fred Dodgo gave a graphic descrip tion of on attempt Burnett once made to murder him whiio a police officer by means of a spring gnu. Al-o tes tified to the f.-ct of hi unlawful vio li-nco nnd frequent iobberie. At fiv- o'clock tha ile'ense rested, and tho court took a receee until this morning m y:..u . m. The followioK testimony in rebuttal was introduced by tuo prostcution this morning: Duncsn At tho time I arrived at tho body Mr. Warntkroi turned ovtr tne body and searelud it, W. S. Gray I was one of the coro ner's jury. Viewtd the bjdy; found no ntiapon. Peter Bute I was one of the coro ner' jury. I did net search the bodv : saw it eearched. Don't kuow how long after shooting before I was sum moned. Andy Garrett Was one of coroner's jury. Did not eearch body; saw it searched; no weapon found. Dofense admitted all jurors will testify to the same thing. R cc-ss for 15 minutes. Court re-conjeiud after r. cess, and Col. Herring opened the argument for tho prostcution by calling thu atten tion of tho jury to tho etaiute cover ing tiie crime, and reading the in structions already prepared by tho couit for tho guidance ef the jury. Hit. language wos deliberate, and he enunciated his woids with impressive ulsarncf. When court re-canvened in the afternoon Col. Herring continued his argument for tho prosecution. As wo go to press defendant's attorney are piesi nting tht-ir tide of tho caso. It is though, the ca..o will be submitted to tbe jury about 5 o'clock. Out kere in Arizona the life of a newspaper man i by no meant smooth sailing, nnd those who are looking fur a soft nup should choose eoiiio ether vocation. By dovovin tho same time, talent, enterprise am) brawn to raitini: reimts or makiue adobes, each nud every one nould se cure a better living, and an inurance on their lixes would not be classed extra hazardous. The Gaz-tte, iz;ng up the situation, sajs the average editor works eighteen hou-s a day, rlepps tke sleep of 'the jitrt, pajs for his piper in advance. pays his help etch wick, lives on six Id's a week, ipnc" betnton meals on piste antl rollfr composition, anil lives in contant dread of tho inquisi torial grand jury that I composed chielly of his dilinqueut subscr.b r. But his piy willt-mely come in the better world because of the good deed done without remuneration or hope of rena-d. Who but the editor k'iops daily spreading tho news of this lsnd of sunshine and mining riches to all the people of the earth? He it i- who brings, by his truthful writing, all thf immigration that yeaily comes to buy property and i-iorccs tho wealth of the territory. By ro doing others are enriched and while the editor plods on in poverty and is stood off year after yeir, h finally j.ius tho angels with the supremo eatUUction that ha has bscn alfnefnct r to the humm race A ecugti -which seems to hang on in spite of all the remedies which you have applied certainly needs energetic and sensible treatment. ror twenty-hve years that stand ard preparation of cod-liver oil, E&WLSiON has proved its effectiveness in cur ing the trying affections of the throat and lungs, and this is the reason why: the cod-liver oil, par tially digested, strengthens and vitalises ine wiiok sys tem; the hypophosphites act as a tonic to the mind and nerves, and the glycerine soothes and heals the irritation. Can you think of any combi nation so effective as this? Te sureyou get SCOTT'S tmuljion. Ste th.t tit Gun mi uh arc en th v.rjppcr, 50c ani Ji.oo, :t druggists. SCOTT & EOW.Nh. Cl.tn.Uu. Nnr Ycxk. CONNER FIFTH AND FREMONT STREETS, PIONEER PTfiil" GRANDANNUfiLBALL IlY RESCUE HOSE COMPANY. TOtK CHIN , New Year's Eve. Dec. 31, 1S97. I'ttlOTV Itl.l,4ltliS. LdCATIO.-f. .-, . , . . . VllItl li. V.OOK. Klondyke mine, by P. A. Bjjer and B Hatneli. 'I r- t j -. ir, C. 1 C"Ufiimin;s1 J V.Vickerj, Committee m AURAxnEMr.j.TS. .V Wentwcrth.l.M.Mrlherscn, I C. Wiser 1 G Ruiferty, K V. Mcieno. I RFCEITION COMMITFK. Gus lUion, DEALER IN C. Gilmi.re, Pacific mii.e, by T. H. Reynolds et. a!. MORTGAGE. C. W. Moon to A. V. Strum on Bis bee realty $2o0. Chuttel mortgage from M. A. S. M. & M. Co. to Mrs A. B. Webster, $800. 1EI 11 M. D. to C. F. Garduer, 1G0 aores of land, $50. P. Cunningham to Martin Costollo, mins JO. LIES. Aug Gieeler vs. R. A. Youngblood. l'KOOF Of Labor on Lost Chance mine bv E. P. aud W, H. Clelland. TRt'STDKElJ. J. J. Wealing, .1. F. Miller, A. D. I Miller to L. S. Khoades, mines 5800 aharts stock, f.r each. ' J. N McUonough, 'iu Gairei, J. Trr-brce, l.IIart, (ieorge 'I hompson, M. Costello. P. H. Warnekros, Scott Whitu loe Hoefl-r, 1. F. Ijuncan, A. Garrett, I Mard-n. W. A, HarKood. Floor Comm'tth:. Wm. Kinr, . U. Mwno, F. V. Moreno. I). Scliuniiker, I. Rcdgers, Ths. -m.th. Sam Watt, Win Hunch, A. S Stannigcr, II. McConuick. FLOOK MASAGtR. J. Mcriictson, Promter, Geo RafT-ity. Music by thccclcbrated Me.ican Stung Band. Abe Ru's A Thompson, ill. Dimckr. IF. N. Woleott, S. M. Harrow, j A 11. Lm inue!, Frank Lnzle. J is. Mars, W. F. DiEd'cy. General Merch Tl KIT', Sl.OO A (nrtllal liiTil aliuii TIIKLT-. Sioa Cllrndeil lu All. ?o Care Cnoallpntlan rorcver. Tike Oiscjict-. t'an.'v Cathartic- 10c or lie. t C U. C. I-ll to cure. .u-'it J rcfuud raoney WOLOQTT, ANGELICA, SHERRY, VRT, ZhYFEiXDIL, J( ANNEtiBURG, WHITE STAPLE A1.MC7 tDGK CHOICE BRANDS OF'-.. JUST RECEIVED- Larga and Varied Assorlment of HOLIDAY GOODS. Call &JOL3LUSei& TPtLoxaiL- GINS BRANDIES and WHSSKES BOTTLED MM M MM TEAE According to a dirpatcli published in the Los Angeles Times of yesterday Fred G. Hughes has been arrested in Randeburg, b, tho conrtalde of that twn, and is being held at that plsco pending extradition. The Times dis patch said that he was willing to re turn for trial on tho chargo of embezzlement. At Benson extensile preparations are iu band for nuking a gala day on Christmas. There will be hurse races, turkey shooting and numerous other sports nod amusements. MUSTER? aaAHCHERS SUPPLIES TOOLS OF ALL KIWDSBFOR IWINEIOR RANCH Choice Family Groceries &B" erytlni,g In Qui J ine js I ivst Ciase Goods old at Prices That Lei Competition. . WOLCOTTIJQS STORE Goods Delivered freelolJ pi,rtf ef tie County. KOEFLEfi I ,it u'