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'-MSmUiK3a.Ur. irf IHrniiWffWWWffrPiiTTfrnillBlffl tmm "' ' -IWBBBiP .... -vnr -f-r- -.,- - - -. r- --.-ir-y p .?- wiWW'-' !--f1. --ver JT ,- J". NHHXaBBlEn . -- ;. - . - -- f - ' m ' m : $11 s v The Prospector. JUNE 18 1898. RAILROAD TIME TABLES ARIZONA AND SOUTHEAbTERN R. R. NonhiBS) T1ME TABLE. jbsuth - 1 ? 3 "'" : s Feb. 6. 1898 : 2 Mixhu First ' ' Fi St " 5 Stations. Class. In Qajj Dilly' DaJvT 4p.n1 o Lv....Bisbee Ar. 511.3 .8:33 4-5 3 South Ulster- c;4 o 8-25 ' 4 0 Don l.uis 51.3 8jio 43 13 4 Packard 42.9 7:45 4:53 19 4 . . . Banning 35 q 7.25 S-07 25 2 Water Tank.. 30.1 7.05 5:33 300 Charleston... 25. 6:40 5:40 36 3 Ar Fairbank..Lv. 19.0 6.25 S'AS 3 3 Lv Fairbank..Ar.li9 o 6.15 37 6 ,N. M. & . Crossing 17 7 6:00 396 Contention... 15 7 600 '- 45 8 Land 9 5 5.40 6:5 SS 3 Benson o 500 Picidc Tuna. IFlag Station. Stfpsoa Signal. BEN WILLIAMS. Kuperintenden SOUTHERN PACIFIC R R East STATIONS. We.1 J- 4.45am L. 7,30am! 1.30 pm S-Sopm. 8.30am1 . . . Benson Ar 1 1.35 p in Tucon.. ...... 1.50am ..Maricopa! 4.20 am .... Y'ima -io 20 am ..Los Angeles.... 700pm J Krutschnitt. G M E Randolph. D S NEW MEXICO & ARIZONA R R West STATIONS East 4. joatn 450 am I-v Benson... Ar n 45a m io.5op m 10.2U pm Fairbank .. Huachuca.. .... Crittenden . .... CaUbasas . N'ogales... 525 am 6. 45 a m 7 30am 8.00 m q 33 pm 8. 10 p in 7-45 Pm Dally. Pacific time. I. J. Frev ueneral Manager. A. Naugle, . J. GlBSOV, Assistant General Manager. Train Master MARICOPA & PHOENIX R. R. North ;taiions 5cnli 800pm Lv Plionlx Ar 8 Ooam 8.25 pm Tempe 7 25 a m 9-OOpm KyTene 700am 9,35pm Sacaton 6 25a m "-4SPra Marie pa 615am E. S. SHAvr. Gen. Supt. LOCAL NOTES. No8-CooVatove8 $15 at Barrows, The stimulation of one homo in dustry by the war is instanced in t'la shipment of 700 crates of Florida pineapple to New York to supply a market heretofore drawing on Cuba. An exchange eays that in a neigh boring town a girl waved lior hand at stranger, and in three daye they were married. Thrpe days Inter the young wife waved a fUt iron at her bubby, and the next night he came home waving a divorce. What are the wild waves eayh.c? Mr. 1 Ketchan. of PiU City, Cal., says: During my brother's late sickness from sciatic iheumatism. Chamberlain's Pain Balm was the only remedy that gave-himanv relief." Man) others have testified to the prompt relief frrm pain which this linimer.t affords. For sale by Tombstone Drug Store. No-To-liar for fifty Crnli. Guaranteed tobacco haliit cure. maU?H weaV aenairorc,b!wxl pure. 60c !. All uruecisi. TIE ESCEIENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS Is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but also to the care and skill with which it Is manufactured by scientific processes known to the California Fio Stelt Co. only, and wc wish to impress upon all the Importance of purchasing the .true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the California Fio Stbup Co. ly, a knowledge of that fact will aaslat.one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other par tie. The high standing- of the Cau FOBaiA Fio Srucr Co. with the medi cal profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has ftdven to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the exeellepce of its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatives, ma it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weaken ing" them, and it docs not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of tbe Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. ax niANCMc. cu. jjf '"yn.M.r. 1 SI FORT ANT CAPTIIR E . Probable Capture of a In human WreU'h. There is a poeibility that the culprit who on the 25lh of July last year robbed and attempted to murder Mrf. Arthur Watson and two chil dren at Herefoid is in the teila A Mexican suiting the description of the wretch has been arretted ftt Hi bee und is bung held thrir awaiting identification. The I'ltosrECTOR readers are fatni iar with tho indignities vbited upou tho defenseless family who were attacked while the husband was at liisbf e. A reward was offered for the profligate Mixicrtn. and feeling ran high, Several determined posses of cattle men and cowboys were out after him and had ho been caught hi career would have beeu cut short; hovvevir be managed to elude capture until now the report comes that the authori ties feel sure thev have the man. Mil". Wasson has been eent for to identify the prisoner and f he proves to be the criminal the maximum penalty of the Imv thould be meted out to him. The developments of tbe capture will be rnxiously awaited. . Yellow Jaundice Cured. Suffering humanity should be supplied with eery means possible for its relief. It U with pleasuie we publishthe follow ing: -This is to certify that I vas a terrible sufferer fiom Yellow Jaundice for over si months and was treated by some of the best physicians in our city and all to no avail. Dr. I5ell, our drug gist, tecommended Klectric Hitters, and after taking two bottles I was entirely cured. I now take great pleasure in re commending them to any person suffer ing with this terrible malady. I am gratefully your., M. A, Hogmty, Lex ington, Ky.,' So'd by Tombstone Drug gist. Hale McCormick paid BLbeo a Hying visit returning homel&H night. The new San Antonio Texas baer introduced in Tombitone 6sems to boa favorite brand. The passenger truths on the Sonora aud X. M. iA. railroads was never heavier than ot this tini9 of year. M. I). Seribner leaves tonight for Ids home iu Washington Louixaua being ca'.lel there on account of the illness of hii aged mother. To Cure Constipation forever. Tako discards Canilv Cathartic. 10c .rKc. It C C. C. Jail to cure, clruisu ret untl money. Tiie co'mty bas;ilti ii ge ling full of prisoners ngnin. It nppc-ars to be a desirable summer retort judging from numerous recent arrivals. A Colorado contemr orary very soul fully remarks that "there are a great mauy cactus blossoms out hero who borrow their neighbor' paper. We rai-oe'l an issuo two weeks ago and about 700 people have kicked about it though we have only ICO subscribers on our books." It is understood that Cailovctto and Pujla hare secured a leaf e on tbe Telephone mine and are to begin work ot once. The Telephone is a good property anJ baa been a good producer. Two Chinaman were incoming paesengprs today. One of them a Tombstone laundry monopolist has been on a viit to his native home and comes back again to replenish his purse. The Oasis thus records the opera tions of a robber, who loottd a store in Kogales: 'Miter he bad succeeded in transferring 700 lbs. of flour, -100 pounds of beans, several cans of lard, tobacco, bcttle and can goods, cheese, crackere, soap and, in fact, most everything in Bight, the barking of the numerous canines that congregate in tho icinity in the early hours of the morning, undoubtedly jarred upon his nerves and he departed." A cruicr that makes twenty-one knots travels 24.15 geographical miles per hour. The fastett speed yet ob tained by any boat is said to have been at'ained by the yacht Kllide, which is known to have a record of one geographical mile in one minute, thirty-six and one half seconds, or 33,2 miles an hour. In fact, a recent ar ticle in one of the engineering jour nals states that a record of forty miles an hour has been made by this boat. Write to "Up to Date," Chicago, for a free cample of their famous illns trat9d magazine. Two beautiful pict ures are aUo- given free. Mention this paper, tf. COUNTY RECORDS, Filed Wiih tho Recorder Pn8t WVck. the Hill. Ol'ftALK. TIiob. Waters to Win. Speed, cattle i:.ox V. M. Hilton to W. Banning esu sideration t-xchangf-. V. (J. Greening to Wiley Morgan, caul $1. Margurtl Chatlman to J. I', and W. A. Schafer, cattle "fl. J. P. and W. A, Schafer to Margaret Chattman, cattle!. MIILS1TK, Kureka by H. M. I-pgt, tt. al., Hua chuca. Minnie Cave, by S. 51. MilKr, Hua chuca. jior.TCAcn. John Lopnon to J. C. McCormiek, Benson real estate $0j.'. John Conchin to K. Selzer, Biobee property $225. J. M. Orotco tu W. B.Gibson, ranch 5175. ItKI.KASE OF MaliTGAGn. Francis Hoadlny to S. C. Ptrrin, Bisbee property $250. L. J. Overlook to O. H. Briggs, cat tle ?1000. W. DeWashington to F. E. Walker, Wilcox property $275. DKF.D. E.J. Crouch to II. C. Hiualnoc-d, Pearce property, $85. Je.-ec Benson to Andrew Backman, Bisbee property f 175. Andrew Backman ti John Xoblp, BUbee proptrty $175 John Bowen to Otto Von Kamtl, Biebec property $250. 5Ic0tiurt and Cifddis to W. F. Nichols, Wilcox property ? 1250. llOMBSTUU). Declaration of homestead by J. 51. Oroeco. rncoK or ncoit. On Nellie S. mine, by 1). Kichttrd Kinsman. no.Ni). Butcher's bond of J. 5f. ItuflV.ef. al. Julice uf Peace bond of J. K. Dun can. i;CATins. Bessie mine, by Portland M. S. &. I Co. Anaconda mine, by KrcJ Bulotti. Surprise, Black, Reality and Divi dend mines, by J. U.Corne'.hon et. al. lXCOI.l'ORATIOX. Art'cles of Incorpoiation of the Portland MinmcSiutlting Sr Improve ment Co. O: the Coiutia 5Hniig Co. by Setb Leavenworth, ct. al. run ii:h iinv yimii. An eld, well-tried remedy. Alrt Winslcw's Soothing Syrup has been used fcr over fifty ycara by millions of mothers lor their children while teeth ing, with perfect success1. It soo'.hes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, euros wind colic, and is the 1 est remedy for diarrhoea. It is plcashnt to the taste. St.ld by druggist in every part of the wnrlJ. Twenty-five cents p bottles Its value is iucalcu tble. Be ture and Htk for Mrs. Winslosvs Soothing Syrup, ted take no 'other kind. There are 2.2GO daily 15,003 weekly papers pubiUhcd in the United States and twenty-three different languages other than English are represented in tho newspaper press of this country. There is only one newspaper published in the Russian language in the United States. There are five newspaper, a 11 weekly, in the Portuguese language. Of theso three are in California, and two ore in Maachusctti. at New Bedford and at Boston. Evidence are increasing that the supply of money needed for 1 gitimate transactions can be had by ctttlcmcn. The government is expending vast amounts of money that finds its way into so maoy lines of industry thai it di.-tribution throughout the great pro ducing classes must be general. Such a condition will certainly not weaken the credit of such an important class as the meat producers of the country. Nor can there be any four of an v thing now to inter'erc wt.lt an export oattlj business. Conditions seem to encotir ge tbe hops that the cattle industry has still a brichl future. I was seriously affiected with a cough for several ears, and last fall had a more severe cough than ever before. I have used many remedies without receiving much relief, and being recommended to try a bottle of-Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy, by a friend, who, knowing me to be a poor widow, gave it to me. I tried it, and with the most gratifying results The first bottle relieved me very much and the second bottle had absolutely cured me. I have not had as good health for twenty years. Respectfully, Mrs. Mary A. Heard. Claremore, Ark. Sold by Tomostone Drug Store. MINERAL PRODUCTION. Interesting Figures of s. tin Wealth of the U Tho New Pork Engineering citd' MiuioL' Journal publishes figures sliouiug that the value of the mineral and nietsl output of tbo United States for 1S'J7 exceeded in alue that of all continental Europe, and wns moie than twice that of the Unitrd Kmg-do-ii. The niot iinpntant iti-tn in l'iai,tiiy, value, and number uf per sons employed was oj-tl, the total tnt put bting 200,257.21:: tons. Iron came tecoad in iiiiportnuce with a proJusiinn o! S,(w2,fiS0 tons of pig iron. Uuld was the third product in value, the jild being .$50,210,71)5, as against $52,SSjl2(K) in the previous year. 1'nu fourth in rank of values was copper, whiih amounted to 510, 190, 710 pound, th greatest quan tity ever recorded and over 110,009,000 pound.' more than the yield of 1S!)I5 Tho United States now proiluc s CO per cent of the cojiptr rupply of the world an! experts nearly half of its product. Petroleum was fiilh in in value among our mineral predicts, amounting tj $ll,801.1i(i2. Silver ranked eixtb, it- cuiiinurciiil value having bten $33,755,815. Uuildint; stone uppioximutsl .f:W,000,00J in value, while clay products t.f al elufses aggregated a value of $GO.Ot,(,000. BUCKl.iN'S AHNIOA SALVE rhe best sr.lva in the woild for ru!E bi.iscs, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, ihanr-id bands, chilblains corns, and r.ll tkin ctup'ions ard 1 csi tively cures Piles, or no payment rcqu:r ed it is gua'an'ecd to give pcefeet satis faction cr r.irncy relundrd. l'r-ces 25 cents per box. For sale n Tmi bionc Drug Siori ft(aaRVre't tlictoittiretof t!ic ituinneil with protrudliiir piles lrouci.t on t coiillpa t'ou vith will' h I ftfis u!i:!titl for twenly year I rar. aros3 our ACARKT.S In the town of otciI l.i . yiivl nc r U uil anvthiDC to cii'i-i! thoin. Td-Jtv I am i.tl:cl frte frcw pllo. .inl h lik a new man " 1 11. KEIT7. 1111 Joi...s fet . S:o:ii City. la l!p-inf. P-ilataLl. 1 uicnt. Ts!c cohi im en. cr Cripf. I1y.lC.iLX CiuoO, Jever Hcln?n. Weake; ... CUnE CONSTIPAT!ON. ... Strl..tf llrm.j (uwitaor. IUiuro, VnEtcal. ,n toil. ?lt Sll' I U-kJAl; la 10 tl8mwOT lUblt. Family Groceries, fft. candy I '"fe&j TSCJ MAI5X KtC.STtDCD t lis nwnrA. Tinitf23-A - .- w.. V, B ... agricultural fflmt$ & EANCHEES SUPPLIES I00LS CFALl KID5FCR KIKEOSrA'CH F. Goods Delivered Frr o 5v459-95odo Modern Treatment of Consumption v I 1 r. to The latest work on the j titmMt of rtis2a.scs. written v Dy forty eminent American : physicians, says: Cod-hver ? oil has done more for the con- sumpttvx than all other rcme- dies put toother." It Z.iSO !;r w V 3 says : i he hypopnospmtes of lime and soda arc regarded 'J . .w. . .. T by many English observers as specifics for consumption.'' I Scott's Eiiiulsion si c vl .1 r v, contain the fcest cod-liver oil tf 5 in a partially digested form, a ,;, combined vrith the liypopnos- (5 phites of Lime and Soda. This remedy, a standard for a & quarter cf a century, is in 't exact accord vith the latest vs- 4 viev.'sof the medical profession. t g Be sure you get SCOTT'S J- Emulsion. J V All J'usv'it t 50c. anJ $1.00. t V SCOTT U IKJWSE, Owiiiim,, Nrw Vc-!c. V r Notice to Cieditors. In 1 e TrclatP Ccu!t cf the Ccur.t) rl Ccxlii'i- 'feriit(r) of ArJzfna. Eitite of Matin Creep, Uietas. it. Notice K lrtl j.in I ll e tiiiVi.i'ii'. aCrnn:tralcr ol ibv r-5tite of Martin (Jrrn tlcct'astd, to the citttitors of and all ptri&ons hrtVing c!in-s aair.st ra'd deieast it. to 1 xh.lit tlitiu wiih tie nrcefiai) vouclurs. vnhm four months aftrr ihe flIt publication f tliis notice, to the faid adnrni. tratror at Wilc, intVe Cot My of C'oclie. M.A.MOKC1XN. Administrator of tl.e Kstatt of !aitin Green, dt ceased. l)atd at Vj!1cc April 19, 193 lust mseition Ma :, iZcfi. NOTICE. To whom it limy concern : Notice is hereby given that ll.t undersigned have taken a work'np 'oiid on tho lailvillcriirtpioii-e King, Cupper Hug, Western IJeilp, Northrrn Light, Cyclone, Germania, Headlight, King S-domon, West Side, (Jtay JIiiK-, .Mail of jSunfcbiiic, Copper King ami Gift n iuing d.iitr.s, citt'ntrd in thr north end of Timi'ioicu mining district iud tl'.at al! v.oik dure on said claiim oretipi lies furnirhed for Itu ni undci this Loud i icltly f.ir our iicroiint. . 1,. J. li!III, M. JI. O'Gokma.v. Dated Pearce, .May 27tb, IS'.IS. .. M1 5 Implements, lAf jcl 0 TT Tl ffULljtil If Notions, Candies, Etc. tsa All farts of die Uitv JOSEPH fO-lNER FIFTH AND PIONEER DEALER .N General Merchandise. 1 ANGELICA, S7 JtJ;Y, II VORT, ZINFiADKL, III JOHANNESBURG, WHITE. II CHOICE BRANDS OF GINS, BRANDIES 'llillllll I.' OffiEI) BEER Fi FAMILY THAI- D tT E-co-tl.ii.g Jn Om I ir.e is Vint Class Ccotis snd Vcldjal InVee Jl.al Tey Coiiifc-tiiionj M. 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