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STiJ-' 2g . V MM) 4mr -if-fcS rir ?. -o j v;rt 2&XA it MirniTiiUf'Tfir m KK drii The Prospector. COUNTY RECORDS. Persistent A PHOENIX 31 AN IX HADES Heat i Onlv a Matter of llttiuutitv After All BOARD OF SUPERVISORS JOSEPH HOEFLER JULY 10 1S98. HAILROAD TIME TABLES Ollicisil I'mcci'ilitiKSof the Lsist Muetiiiir. Filctl Willi the Rccortlpr tin Past Week. oums I r .v l Yl l If ARIZONA AND SOUTHEASTERN R. R. Nonb i Mixtr. First Class Daily 6a. m 6 05 '6-12 6:25 632 652 7:07 7'22 7:4S 75 8.00 8:2C 8:50 ?5 ST 3 4 8.8 12 4 9 4 5 30 o 3? 3 33 37 6 39 6 45 8, 55 3 Pacific Turn. iFTag Station, TIME TABLE. . sg June 10. 1898 Stations. t.v....bibbeo Ar Siuth Bi-bco Don l.uis . ...Naco I unction , Packard . . . Manning .... , Water Tank. Charleston . Ar.... Kurbank..L. Lv Kurbank..Ar. .N. M. & . Crosiinc ....contention , I-ard. ...... ....Benson iScuth MIXED Ki st Class Doily. 33 1 25 5S-T S4 o, 5'. 3 I 46-5 '-5S 4'-9,2 15 35 9 1 "5 30.1 12.05 25-3 ' O 19.0 11.25 19 o ,11:15 '7 7 I 15 7 ,11:110 9 s ;to o '10,00 bteps'on Sfj;nal. BEN WILLIAMS. Superintendcn SOUTHERN PACiriC R R East STATIOSS. West 4.45amL Benson Am. 35pm ?,aoam ....Tucon 1.50am 1.30 pm ....Mancopa 4.20am SSopm Y-ima 1020am 8.30am ....Los Angeles.... 7 oop m I Krutschnitt, G M E Randolni, DS NEw"MEXICo"aT ARIZONA r' R West 4. ,oa m 4 50 am 525 am 6. 45 a n 7 30 am 8.00 m STATIONS Lv Benson ... Fairbank .. Huachuca . .... Crittenden . .... Caldbasas . Noiralf s . . . Ar East 11 45a m 1050P ni to ao p m o 3opir 8. iop m 7-4S P "' Dal'jr . Pacific time. . J. Frev ucneral Manager. A. Nauclf. ;. J. Gibsov, Assistant General Manarer. Train Master MARICOPA & PHOFN1X R. R. North TAIIONS fenh BcopmLv Plrnix Ar 800am 8.25pm Tenire 725am 9-rm Kyrene f 700am 9.25pm S-iciton 6 25 m "45P"1 Marie ipa 615am 1'. S. SlIA r. Gen. fcLft. LOCAL NOTES. Two car loads ol troop from New Mexico arrived at Whipple Wedues iiay. They came from Lai Vegas There are now about (MO volunteers at Whipple barrack?. The Ropublican has the following: Charon beached hia boat on tho thither side of the Sijx, assi-ted his passenger to laud and preceded him to thn gates of hell, lie kicked the g'owliug Cerberus viciously in the libs t'.t il cent him away Kith 11 tunny mouthed bowsing which brought l'luto to the tucket. The galea were thrown opcr. aud Charon, introducing his rajseiifcer hs Charicti J. Smith, lately a Phoenix real estate agent returned to his boat and was soon lost in the mists which constantly shroud tho dark liver. Mr. Smit'i was recti ie 1 with marked consideration. He was prevented to Proserpina aod the three sat down for a pleasant chat. Mr. Smith ii, quired about front feet and what was cx pecttd in the way of internal improve ments, l'luto replied th.it in viw o! theSpanish war tho capacity o! the furnaces was bting enlarged. Mr. Smith obcrved that the ventilation was defective and inquired of Proeer pina if the removal of his coat would bo offensive. "Not in the least." replied the goddess. Mr. Smith's cravat and collar followed in spita of which divestment perspiration pouted from him in sheets. "What is the mean annual temperature of this placet" he inquired, "'lhrt'o hundred aul eeveuty-iivc." replied Pluto. An extra wave of perspirution swept over ilr.Smiih. He inquired, "How in the name of Ge-hcnnacau vou stand it?" ' Oh, it'j not exceceive," replied Pluo; "on account of the entiro ab sence of humidity in the atmosphere you don't fed the 375 degrees here as much as you would DO d-grees in St. Louis or 83 degrees in New York or Boston." "Oh, Tie heard that story before," eeid Mr. Smith with a enoer. "Yes," replied the god, his suave expression changing to otic of truiulenee. "You'o toll it before. That's the reason vnn'r herp." "I have ued Chambeilain.s Cough Remedy iu my family for ears and always with good results," sas Mr. W. B.Cooperof El Rio. Cal. "For small children we find it especially." For sale by Tombstone drug store. Capt. W. O. O'Neill w.i- recom mended for an.cdal for braery uuder fire in the firpt action betTCcn the Rough Riders nl the Ssaniarde. That medal should be issued and tent to his family rhoenix Herald. The New York pape, in announc ing that Theodore Roosevelt and Frederick D. Grant will he candidates for ce'DO before the New York late convention this fall, ir.clino to the belief that the matter will be eltlfd between them by their miliary recordp. Ifefe ARNICA SALVE, in the v.orld for cuts UUCKLIN'S The best salve bmses, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains corns, and all skin eiup::ons aid pest tivtly cures Piles, or no payment requir ed it is guaranteed to gie peefect satis faction or money reiunded. Prices 25 cents per b.-x. For sale a' Tnmhtone Drun Store Tomhstoxe, July 1 1, lb'J7. Board met pcrsuant to adjournment at 10 11, tn. Preeent Jol.n Moutcomcry, chair man; J. II. Mcl'hcrsou and 'Usee. All lirosujK'riJor''. Minutes of meeting July 13, ap proved as real. Board proceeded to examine into routine bus-iuc-s and at 1- 111. board stcoJ at receca to 2 p. m. 2 p. m. All members prrseti'. The exau iiiatlou cf routine Luki ness was prrcecded with. The board finished the C7.au ination of tho quarterly reports of tho county r.ml prccirct ollicers which were found to check and agree with each ether. Minutes approved 0.3 read. Hoard adjourns to meet as a board cf eupeni'jors to the 19th day of July ISfIS at 10 a. m. aud m a boatd ef equalization to July 20th at U a. in. Attest: M. J.Bkou.v, Clerk. Approved: John Montaomkuy. James V. Duscas Chairman. Deputy Clerk. The Arizona girl is unique in eomc respects. We sometimes seo the girl from tho fiete east earring a diiutv purdo malj from the skin of tho python, tanned by uliin hands iind removed from snaky suggestions : but Miss Carrio Brown of l'uc-on proudly wears a belt made of 11 rattler's skin. Tho young lady killed the reptile on her father's ranch fome time ago, dressed th ekin and mado tho belt. She will he tackling a motwe vet. Kitilratc YoMf liirach Willi f.i-ifttretR. ennj c.itli iriic. cnr-cotwdpjtion torecr )c,S5c Ifac C I.ill. invents r.lunlmoi ay The Board ol Surervisuro have ad journed 1 1 tho 10th inst. Y. N. Wolcottnnd C. S. ClaiU lef: yesterday for tho Snisshelm Mts. on sooiO mining buftness. A good rr.in fall lat niglit and re ports today indicate that the rain was general throughout this end of the county. No mail frcm either east or west arrived today owing to washout near Wilcox aud one near Tucson dtlajing both trains. HslOTra 71. iW 1 tJfJAU1 MB THE EXCaiENXE OF SY8UP OF HGS is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but also to the care und skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to tho Camfokxia Fio Sykup Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all the importance nf purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Fifs is manufactured by the Califokxia Fio Syrup Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other par ties. The high standui? of the Calx FORsrA Fio Syrup Co. with the medi cal profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of I'igs has given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a (ruaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatives, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowtls without irritating or weaken ing" them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to tret its beneficial effects, please remember the name of the Company A bone tied lo the hitching posts in front of the court house broke away this morning tearing up the four posts which were counecttd with a railing and carrying part of it quite a distance. The hitching posts were becoming rotted in the ground and were not verv secure. Yesterday a disturbance let ween n Chinaman and a Mexican enmo mar involviug international cornpllcitimis, Tho deciple of Ccnfuciiu claimed the Mexican did not py for some p.rticlts he had juet purchased, tho latter was positive he had, and words ljd to a fistic encounter. This brought the Chief of Police and a Urge crowd to the scsne. Tho Mexican lecamo obotre peroti and in loud tone of voice defied tha officer to put him jiil, it is to be noted however that the obstinate Mexican is in jail and frt 111 the court record it is likely ho will remain ufcliiml the bar 10 dava for his con duct. In making the arrest tho chief had considerable difficulty but rather than resort to a forcible and effective method of persuatiou he called on a bystander to assist and tho refractory prisoner was meekly led to the lockup. The Bisb'0 etnr.o diJ not arrive until late this afternoon being delayed b a wai. for passengers and mvl which might have como from Benson on the belated cast and west train but up to the departure of the Bisbee train neither of theS. P. trains had arrived at Benson. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. iiWHH.li. imtn Sing He, thei murdered chinaman, mention of whose death was given in tho Pnosi'ECTort, was buried yesterday from the undertaking parlors of C. B. Tarbell. As the deceased and his partners were more or less Ame:ican ized in custom, the funeral was con ducted somewhat on orthodoxal lines. The hearse was followed by a wagon load of belongings of the deceased. When the Chinese cemetery was reached and tho casket lowered, the friends ot the departed each drank come Chinese wine and in turn offered a short prayer, then attention was turned to burning the worldly effects of the deceased, blanket', clothing garments, papers, jewelry, etc., even ono half sack each of barley and wheat was sacrificed to the flames. The usual ostentation and pageantry of Chinese funerals was absent. No banquet of suckling pigs and sido dishes were provided and other details avoided. ' Tho experience of John Hill, Jr, as given in the Bulletin, should he a caution to cur farmers about shipping hay away from home, 'and especially to Lou Angeles. Mr. Hill sold seventy tons oMiay to a. buyer from Los Angeles, who was ot Thatcher and saw tho quality of the hay. When 1 ho hay arrived at Los Angeles it was turned over to another hay firm, who paid tho freight and unloaded the hy in their hay yard. Then Mr. Hill was notified that tho hay was dam iped and would not he raid for. Mr. nill we:it to 1,ia Angeles, but was unable) to arrange the matter sa'isfoctorily. It seem tho hay was of the first cutting and wai really first-class liny hero ot home end could have teen sold here for as much or more than wa offered by the Cali fornia buver. Hay, however, is rated difie'rent in California. Mr. Hill lost liXO bcnMce the cxpcr.ee of a trip to Los Ange!r, rrctiiitig onlv half of the agreed price, with the undcrsUr ding when hoy eells for more than l.o has received he is to receive thedillVrsncp. CONST! pirn "I bav cone 11 dor at a tin.3 cr about norcmrnt tr - bowel, uot bcintf &Ue 10 tnoTO tbem eicej.t Vy oritur but water lnJttions. Chronic romtlputlcu for aeten year placed no Id tbl terrible condition; during tbat time I did ct er j-tMoe 1 beard of but nerer found nnr relief; mcb c-mimjTuvc until I tKvn Ckluc CAC-KKTSi I duw bare from one to three lak&attaday, mud If I was rich I would rItc JIUJOKt eiicb luoretLent; Il lucba relief. ATIjicuK Utat, 1J9 Uuvs4.Il iL, lctro!t, Ulcb. CANDY taci mah aiauTtcro p;eant. Palatalize. Potent. Taie Ooort. T)o Goud, Lvcr Mcken. WeakeruorOrl.c.Xt,2iiuUie. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... SUtltac Bwm4j Cwrwr, C!ilO Solrral, Xa TkL. 23 i:klkasi-: or Mei.icAGC. G. II. Fittn to Cha. W. Hurl ?11. S. C. R jbertson to 1 K. Bra'.ey ?CC0 DEED. V.'ni. Htll tu A. & S, E. right of way -$75. Wui. Gr. ft'to Aug. Baron, mining claims f 1. T. A. Dunshoa f G. It. Porter, Don Cnlxzas real eslatt and mines ft. Rsbt, Garrett to Jjhn Prindeville, Pcarce property $18.'). Board of Supervisors to J. F. Duncan tux t.tlo Tombstone real estate $'M 1 OVVhH CV ATTOUNfcY. Survin Krstead to C. 1". Ctunn.ing" rega'diug patent for uonretilling bottle. Arthur Schwarzenbach to Aug Baron, regarding mines iu Hua chucas, LOCATION. Peak mine, Dos Cabczas district by J. L. ( ucheMer, Sk light ininp, Dos Cubezas district, by J. L. Baohalder and Simon Hanson Copper Queen mine, Warreii !i triet, by Grah im and Gritlin. Mocking Bird mine, 1) is Cabezss district, by 11. V. Hall, o al. .MOiaCVGK. Jesus Ntvurro de Tribolot to Henry Ml,z on Bishoj property 'J10U0. Frank Obsrst to V. (J. Medijovich on Ilisbec property flOOO. Dora 12. Storn: to W. F. Nichols on Wilcox propertj f-100. J. N. Boyelt to F. S. Scott on catile f 75 ). MILL SITE Commodoro mill-site b Commodore Mg. Co. by Geo. I'. Metz, manager l::i L Ol'SALK. J. X. Bjjettto T. S. Scott, cattle f 17.r.U. A cough which scents to hang on in spite of all the remedies which you have applied certainly needs znergetic ana sensible treatment. For twenty-five years that stand ard preparation of cod-liver oil, EW&L&mN has proved its effectiveness in cur-in-j the trying; affections cf the throat and lungs, and this is the reason why: the cod-liver oil, par tially digested, strengthens and vitalizes the -hole sys tem; the hypophosphites act as a tonic to the mind and nerve:, and the glycerine soothes and heals the irritation. Can you think of any combi nation so effective as this? lie si-rt cu get SCOTTS Emu'jlon. See tlat th BiAti ini fen ate on the wrapper. 50c. and S1.00, all druggut. SCOTT & HOW Mi. Cr.mts. New. York. iiu roit ivr.it 11 1-rv vi;as!n. An old, well-tried remedy. Mri Winslovv'e Soothing S'-rtip lias ln used for over fifty years by millions of mothers lor their children while teeth ing, with perfect succpi's. It soothes tho child, softens the i-tims, allays all pain, cure wind colic, and is the besl remedy for diarrhoea. It is pleasant to the taste. Sold by druggist in every part of tho world. Twenty-five cfnts u bottles) Its value is iucalcu- hie. Be snro and ak for Mrs. WinsloA-a Soothing Srup, aud lake no 'other kind. Notice to Creditors. In the Prolate Ccurt.IC'conlj of.Cccl ise. Ter mor) ot Arizona. L'sta'.c of V. C Kmmirt, ikce.iseit Notice is hereby given by the midersicne!. administrator of tho estate ol W t I mn.irt de ceised toll's end Ucrc(, and all ixrsi ns liav irjitluns j-ainst tl e said c"eetatd. loexh.Lit tl.em with tl.e nccssatj outliet-, wi'.liin fcur irerihs after tl e first puhlicat.on of this notice, to the aM adn.initrator. at '1 les Alamos or his post-Piace .ultlres at lienon. A. T. the saine LemR the p'nee for il.e irap'act.on of the husi. nosb of sid ebtale, in said C01 nt of OkLi-c. rAMUM. liOHV. Ai'ministrator cf the Estate of V C 1 imiiLrt de ceased Dated June 271b, 1858 J27 CONNER FJ1-TII AND FREMONT STREETS, EB DEaiLER IN General Merehandi dua NOTICE. To whom il may concern : Notice is hereby given that the undersigned have taken a wtirk'ng louden llieLmHiIIe,Ttirquite King. Copper Bug, Western Belle, Northern Light, Cjeloue, Germania, Headlight, King S 'lomon, West Side, Gray Mule, Mail of JSunshine, Copper King ami Gift n ining eUims, situated in the mirth end of Turquoise mining district and that all work done on said claims ortupi lies furnished for tiirni under this bond is toltly for our account. L J. GihD, M. M. O'Gokma--. Dated Tcarce, May 27th, IStiS. m ANGELICA, HJl L'L'V, I'Oin; Z1NF, AJkL, JOU ANNKMiUIiC, WHITE lis a auKs STAPLE 1ID FM GECCEBIFS- CHOICE BRANDS OF Family Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Agricultural Implement s, Notions, Candies, Etc. GINS BRANDIES and WHISKIES MUSTER? a R-AlNfCHERS SUPPL ES 1U0LS CF ALL KlMS FCR MIKE' 03 TACH BOTTLED BEER FOB MM TBABE F .WOLCOTT J3T E'-er-tlii.g Jn Oui J fee is First CJasslCocda tr.il 'Sold at likes J hat I efy Conf olilion. Coeds reliverctlFieeUraMl T '.'.its of tl c City. J8S, HOEFLER. f t .