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rriiUMitii F.vruv Sunday
WM 1IATTICI1, Editor and Prop.
tTEItM& OF SrUSCKlPTIOS
9ix Months "
Move to Raise
L-cal lawyer approve heartily tlir
propoisitii n tu mile ilmiiini to the
Arizona Bar Association and to prae-tic-
Mo'e tlie our a more stringent.
They po tit out that under present
conditions there are miny tlm
wliicli allow ttettjfoggers and sh6tei8
to slip in.
It i .-ay to I admittnl tv practice
here under existing coi ditmn-. When
an application i, made btfoiu one of
the Hisliict Judges a conim tt-e i
app int.d to e i mine him Very o -ten
the committee is made up of
friends oi the applicant and even
though he falls h.-l w the stindird
that fact U nut set forth in t e report
to tin court and the applicant is
duly enrol ed anions the tn-unbeit) of
The present proposition is to estab
lish a Territorial examining board lor
all applicmts, t' o m as man
States have, and a cerlilicitt. irom
this hoard willenah'e the applicant
to practice in any di-trct c urt in
the Territory It is o n'ed out tint
the pin fie Hiis tin dentists must o
l-efjre rerritiin.il hoards and there i
no good reasuu why pro-pective law
yers stioii'd n it also hae to i iilify
lfor cjmp tent tnd respuijihle
Wife in County Jail
Mark Lamb came over fr m D ug
Ias last t veiling and held a con'i-reni e
with hi- wile, who is held in the c mii
t jail n the clnrge of kil.ing Win
liar.ieg at Douglas la-t week. S- ef
fort haa b-eti made as jet to get out a
writ to have tl e court fix ihe amount
of i.ill in thecu-, but It is learned
that Mich a mine til 1-e madi during
thi next f-w dajs. Mrs. Litu't s far
lias failrd to make, aur remarxs nhtt
ever tr r.-garil to hr case since b-ing
confined in jail S e is sumewh.t
surprised that she should he lti jn!
hii I evidently still fails tu realize that
the otT use with which she is charged
is one of the must lertous I novo in
Jack Taylor, tx-mavor of Biehee, s
a Toii.tato'ic visit.. r, being calhd liere
aa a wituet-s in the case of Sims vs.
Thompson, set for tnai today, which
involves the question of a number ol
lots in the ci'y of Ih-bee for which h ,
as iravor, had issuad the deeds.
Nature's Way Is Best.
The functlo-i sirrRsthenlnit and tlwnc
bnildlns plan oC treating ctiromc lincer
Inj and ob-tinate cax of di-easeas pur
sued bv Dr. Pierce!. Is follow Ins allet
Nature's plan of restoring health.
He usm natnral renedle. that If
extracts from native medicinal roots
prepared by p-oraaes wrought out hy
the expenditure of much time and
money, w thniii tlm us of alcohol, ami
by skillful coniuinatlun In Just the right
Used as Ingredient of f)r. Pierce'
Golden Medical Dirovery. I'.lack Cherry
baric. Queen's root. Uoldeu Seal root.
Blondrco' J S)Uiiih root. sMcialJy exert
llnr ita4-ni-e in cat of lung. Lronchlat
and throat trnuhles. and this "Dtf-cov-asar"
Is therefore, a sovera-ign remty
for bmnchitis. laryngitis chronic coughs,
catarrh and kindred ailments.
The abovR native roots also have the
stronirat aosslole endor-ement from the
leading medical :ii!rnt.of all the several
ftciiuuis .f practice for the cure not only
of the dl--) named above hut also for
InJigcstion. torpor of liver, or hibous
ncss. obstInaU constipation, kidney and
bladder troubles and catarrh, nu matter
You don't have to lake Dr. Pierre's
fay so al-atie as to this; whit lie claims
I ar hi h-covery " I- bice-j up by the
writings of the most eminent men in the
medical profession. A reque-t by Mi-tal
card or letter, addressed ta Dr. It. V.
Pierce. ibi.Talo N. Y for a little book
ft extracts from eminent medical au
thorities endorsing the Ingredients of his
mtvjiciues. will bring a little hook free
that Is worthy a.f your attention II
needing a good. -afe. reliable remedy J
lUuifCM cntn;saatiari fur the cure of almost
any old chronic or lingering malady.
Dr. Pierce's Plea ant Pellets cure enn
tlnjti m. One l.ttlo" Pellet-Is a gen lis
laxative, an J two a mild cathartic.
The cost valuable book for both men
and women h Dr. Pierces
Common enso JI1 cal Ad
viser. A splendid lOOH-pure
yolnme. with engravings
and colored plate. A copy.
Daner-coverel. will be sent
to anyone sending SI cents
In one-eent stamps, to pay
I the eft of ma ling only, to
lir. it. v i-aerce. uuna'o. .
Y CI ath-bound, Jl sumps.
Doings in the
MONDAY. JUNE 18
The juiy in the esse id the Terri
tory vs. r her I ronght iira eidict ol
assault ith a dad y u.aoii on Sat
tuday Hfleriinon and the court lined
the ihfendant J350, which was pad
and the piiscutr dirchargad.
In the case of the Territory s LS
M dignvich vas disinisiad
In the caeol the Territory vs Bran
derson, dismiss d
In the case ol W (1 McDonald vs '
II JacV, judgment was given fur th
d. f. l.dant 'r costs of suit
Itoy J Uai-on was granted decree of
d'uince fr.'iu Annie I..l'ion
In lheca-o of Sims Tl.nnii n, in
volv tig title 10 Htsbee lots, demurer o
The case of Simnna Waters Con-
stjhle Siuopsliir-, lor daunges, j idg
meiit tvas given fur defendant
Thecas-s of the various justice of
the peace at Bi-Ie anil Douglas, ti-
ge'her w th those of the cnnstah'es for
fits against the county, which were
held up by the l.ia d of supervisor" at
its last meeting ii on advice ol the
di-trict attornry, wall come up for
hearing the e rly part of next wetk
rii-ainouiit invol.ad sggiegates about
$3,000, which as cut fioni the diff -
Michael Donnhe, ihra ugh his at
torney, John McGovan. Ins brought
suit an the district court against tin
K. I'. -V S W. Iiatlroad -otn iany hi'
d images in the sum of $5 000, alhg
iug in h s c. mplaint t tat he is o er
of a ipi .rler section of I an I It'in; west
ol DotiglsS, ai d vaa uancrof the same
in the jetr l'JJl; tint -during tin
ill nth a f January. 1901, thedefeid-
aot ente ed upon the I mil and Ims
kep'- him irom using a a rip ol tin
same about lUX) feet III w dill sir M
th entire 8 acre-; tint the rents ami
proti.s for the it e the same for liv-yeir-
is worth $2, Hi; thai tie iaod
Ins li-en ilnu-il to the nin Hint !
3,0K). wh r.-lofe he prays far j id,;
meiit tn the sum of $"i,'HK).
TUESaAV, JOVE 19
The damage ca-eol Marcus II Hani'
vs thejiiut turn Develop'in lit C n.pti v
for $11,500 allegl tub due f.-r dam
agee gusta. netl by the plamtitT n an
aucide t, as cotiliniKil r the term.
Tne tlaiua:e Case of Bell.- s Hard
grove vs ttiv! citv o Ui-bee for $1 t.lKl )
.1 t'li iges It se I r trial on torn arm .
and b ath paitie-announce that :he
wi.l be leady.
The triil jury is having an ea
tinie of it during the pi-t 'wo d ys a
all of the civil jury cas.s are fall tij by
In the case of Waters v Shropsh ie
for d unag -; judg t.e.it for the defend
ant for costs
In the alivorc case of Waters vs
Waters, decree granted.
In the case of I) niovan vs F.uell,
appeal case, judgment fur defendant
In the cue of Szitt vs Kline, da
m Sreil on moth n of plaint IT.
In the case if Kline vs S oltz
ju Igu ent for plaintiff
In the casv a f sclinam vs Figuen a,
judgment f r 435 ai.d ui e half Cutiri
The case of McCoikle vs Wihon
Ciace Farra igh vs J.hn Farraugh
riiois vs Thompson nat ce of appeal
Terittaaiy vs Manuel Enrrquar
chaitid with a sault to con. mil rape
continue I fur term.
Thecasrsof the county vs S-jto
fiios also I astenada lor liack license
alltgid to be du , pJSS.-d for the
WtriSESIlAV ZCSE 20
The attention of the court was tak-
en up a nt:iely tt day in the case of J
Bell- Hatdgro e vs the City if II s-1
iea- lor tltuisges to the amount a
1 0,000 hiiiI costs for nurse and m-d-Icitl
at eudance amoutitiog 'o aeveial
hui.drid dollars moip. The il.teiest
d the ItiiititT are laeing l.ioktd after
by Atit.ini js Jt e Morrison and Th.iS
F.ai.n-gai', while the Cllj's in'iresia
are Imiig ci.nilucted by Att'.n.eys S A
Mctntt ai.d Ban fjtudritli.
The lollosing jury was accep'ed to
try Ihe case:
llei rv Etz Her ry Ilolhtirn
C (! Kincadc V II t'all
R Nye J eter Hire
B.b iUed E llon-er
Win l.utley JackStev.uson
John Uainey lis Kuiolpli
ihe ca-o will in ah probab l.'.i not
be completed Ufore toni-.rrow there
re a uiimhwiaf nlliitatt tu oe ix
amiued on both sides.
All points aie being etuhW ni'y
contts ed atid ol ja-ctions come iiicu
The att irnevs for Airs E lie Lamb
ra.dav appl-ed lor a wr tof babas C'.r
oils ii thedis'rict caurttu order tint
the could be taken into c oirl and
have the am iu it of lail lixe-1. Sue
makes a stata-inciil uf her side of the
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mac hi nu b nu'iiiu wi o.-.. ... -
written nairs. ft .e states she I be
me held in the c unity all on the
charge ol in irder wthout hail ami
li.tsareasu.ia s exctlsi lor the killing,
ahe alleges that n Juno ll Uarnes
can. e into her house in the m .mi g
while her bust and was away and ttiid
to assault tier, and tu the. struggle .
twtcti tba-ni her clothing .vas torn.
I'liatou the night of the killing she
a waterlog the garden when tlarma
c Hue home and btgau to abuse hr
and cill her vile ii uu -s aud tlirjaten-
ed Income, o.er tne f-nce to whip hr.
she theta calms to have itislud to In r
mum tcttrid a six shooter and lind
four shots at him.
The ma ter will come la-fnre the
court Ihisevening. The tenitory will
vigorously oppose the granting of ball
aid elj on the tistimuiiy at the pre
is Being Censured
The newspapers ol Sonora are cen
suring liuvernor Vsibel for periuii
ting Americans to cross to cross the
I ne at the tune of the Canauea
tr.mlle Tne Ma-xiciu pre-s d.aes not
iiti'lerstand that the Rangers cros-ed
th line in a prna cipioity, but re
gards them as Auia-ricm troops in
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a A aaiik; aa. air r.tii a r.aaaat a aaia inr.tr
the (.loverut.r to task lor afaumiiig
...itli mi .rrau ru ...... Cl l.l I It Tliu
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ijorreo d - S .nora ul (jiiaymas calls
attention to tha- fact tnat by the)
.'institution ol Mexico, the pouer to
leriiiit trtaips to leive .Mi.xiro or
toreigu imops to etitir ihe c nntry i-eonfi.-rd
tx lusiveiy tisu tl.i
N t imal ieune nd th t Uoveru r
Ysabea txceaihd his powtr. El Ini
ptr'tal and ther pajrers uf M xico
tike the same view o; the -Una lull.
Tl ere is nothing tu the report tint
ijveruor Vstlk-I i to he arrested far
tieaon, however. The ananea
mill le is now- regarded as a closed
iiia-'deut ai.d it is no anticipnt.il tha:
at will ha. agaiu reopen. d fxept 'ui
p lineal purpaites in Sauora.
How Arizona Indians
Th- Ar'x na and Colnrad riilread
surveved to cross the Navajo In
is surveved to cross the Navajo In -
dian leservatlon fr in north tu south
and t e Indians .re gieatly interested
in the c tiling of the road.
Tin Indian- have mmy p'runge
ideas about the railr ad, si me "f the
mo-e advanceilof Ihe trila-are anx oils
lortleroul to piss through their
country, others hive to herb mo An
I :dt-a that tley al-sohrely own the
reservation (ais-cssta some of the N-tv
aj .sand iheycanntt uude'stiud h tw
it is that fie p nvers at Washing on
can giant t right .if way to a ra.lroad
I to cross the resanration.
The . atC. It R. has saint d per-J
mission Irom the d part nent of the
interior tu hu Id semes the r.aervati .n
and aheady two surveys have been
It.mhstone was visited today by
noted writ- r in I lit terson of Shar-
M. 11.11. The talen-id l.ov ,.
Magazi e and the Anztna articles
haArd..ne much g.aI fur th, terri.
lory. Her art ties a.e alw-vs n.
tei.sely nt. resting, ar-se-sing a" liter-
rv stjle and fescnpiive merit that
easily gives her place in tht front
ranks of literary (.emus. Her visit to
Toiiitrstone is lorecuie data for her
f. , , . I
special A r Zona art ch a am
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of ni...ric incd-i ts ol thecitv of the
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Mp.ilcl.ral i.ame for her Iu,tiy of
llirAlsl tlilsllll rIlilltIO ini. fiiiat....
Pearce at Baseball
The Tombstone and l'earce haselall
teams cm sad bits uu the I cal din
tnot.dai.d rejult. d in a score of 24 o
15 tu favor ol Tomb-tone. Tne game
as full ol errors and neitlur team
thoaad up to iniicli adiai tage. 11m
home team plawd its first came 01
the season and the boys were nut usid
tu oi.e another. The I'earce t-atn
failed to play its usual good game A
retui n game will be played at P. arce
. " ...
with n a few weeks and it is expectai
that a much lietter game will be play
ed b both sides.
Papers For Parole
Governor Kibliey jesterday issued
the paje-rs par iling Sidney M. 1'age.
in sccordatice with the recomnienda
tion if tha hoinl ait cintrul, mention
ed a couple of dys ago. Piga-was
I scn'a-iicad to the penitentiary aoout
seven yetrr ago for the killing of a
man na-ar Willcox. The parole pro
v des that his conduct shall be ex
I cmplary and that he shill carry n
arms l'hoenix Uepublican.
A L DeMund, of th. DuMuud
ia'iiiihe" company hfs e'urel frtan
ihe government the co-'trtet for tin
imui'diatedel very of 80,Ui feet o
uiulier to te iired in the building ol
t e II lines of the irrigation canal a
l'li'iut The wort- on the canr.l
i . , . . .
winch is tj run through the town
! r .
( will c iniuence at once. Arizona
Ex3rcis2s of Northern
An invitation lias been received b
ih I'kosi'ECTor 'ri tlie Xorthen.
riz.in. Normal School at flagstatl
or the commencement exercise
vhieli will la; held ttiero from Jun.
18 t a 21. Ihe grid tatin cUss wtl
ae addrr-ssed by Dr tep'ien A. ' r-
i throp of Los Angeles.
Pay Regular Rate
Announcement is lied that tho Fl
Paso at rioutli.aestern will follow the
,1", ." "' "e sou.i.ern raciLc in
i it-ntavauK tor i tie on ine main line
from hv cents to heir cents. It is
understood the new rat-will not BtTei t
th. branch lines and the Tomhatone
Ffirhank branch and the Bi-be -Os-b
irn branch rate- n min the same.
Through C. C Thompson, the well
known It. stare real -statu man, one of
' l' ,"r,:it i,W Umt h"e " rc"
I 'M"1 " '" BOme tlme "a consummat
ed late Saturday alterm on,
Ihe papers were signed in a deal
involving 10,OJtl cash, being the pui-phas-puce
of the Striini block, on
rf.ewery avenue, in litsbee, near the
lu totlice, and transferrii.g the prop
erty from the pres. nt oa tiers to Mar
tin Ctstall.aof Totiitast..ne.
The deal has tteen pending for some
tune Hiid il wa.a nut unti! late rfitur-
i .i . . . . . .
"" 'nuri mat uie tn.al pu-ers
'r'"K,"d "1 ,,,e pur0,'"e P"C
"'"" l""'drd OV'r lo ,,,e tr,e"- T,,U
"''"'''' nt I oportaot deals in
,r-'l"e'" " "" that has
I l""'n ,el',trtl ,n 80n", time Ar t uia
I . .- . .
Il, .1 aitaiii;i, ajasnirr ui ine
r..r..K ii. ....a . V ....l..a . : a I
buaiUIH laa.aa-a; aa a aeraics, Kiim ,
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this in. .ruing and will siaend a ew l
d f in Ta.mra.tone visiting h-s old
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friend, I hirles A Fi-k, tne genial 1
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l u.l..llil tlTft aiFMIir. llf till! t IW I
Discovery of Land
Frauds in Arizona
The land friuds In the tenitor cs M I
ti. i . . - 1....1. i. .. I
.eY .'MX Cta atlio O Ai n, t-iiiuia liar
,ui-1 come tu .ight, arj cauting a grea
leal of co . iiieut.
tioveriiar Hatgennan, of Sinla 1.
larotigut the maater nlore the eisa
he public I' si n ling in t7 app .c
nous l r trr tonal lauds to the m.-
rulary of the lutiriur wli.ch had pi -
seated to the t rrit irial land laai
Sturetary mtc'ico.-k at mice ii
octed that u sci o ne was on loo l
lefraud the national g..ernine..t u
stilt all luspectoi to New Mexico ' Oi
receiving tne liol ns uf the insp eta a
slid, alter dm coi sider.tt ion. ri ereta .
ilitchcoCK rec ammriid.d tu cougr s
tnat the act do latino t oliiid-, nu
the prov so tint not mure than 1J
acres could be so d to any one peraon
i ir the i ti-lit ol terrnu lal sohoul .
Tne lle.;nl sc ie n ) exp iM by g n.
ruor ilaggerm.iu was as follows:
The application, lor 115 aces ol
territorial lanJ by dis uterested par
ties were obtained it is alleged. b
he ring enlera on tl e 3 irtoCti thai
it AoiiM c st them (.the applicant-)
nothing if they would give a deed
fie schmnaTS convening th i' inte-es
in the liud il approved by the t-rr-
or.al land InJird, o it the guverno
It is thought a numb r uf A iznutt
deals o'. s:miliir nature will ne reven
ait by investigttiinj now unde
is Still Rising
TheColindo river is sti 1 ri-inj.
and great daniige is threatening
lie vicinity of Xeedles. t'ougreft
'us Inen iietttiotied to appro,iriata
noney 1 1 protect tin tovn iigitn-l
the ravages ol the tuihid stream.
Now is the
Time to Register
Bf ginning this morning vo'er w sli
ing to le enroll at on tlie great rei:is
er f Oochiro county have a t'liaitn
odo sat. until it closes Dually, '21 tla.v
Ufore the election for t e count;
othces whicu takes pi ce Xovemh r
J idge Daniel MoFarlan.l is r.gistra
ion olHeer for Tomb-tone and ym
lould do vv II to a-e,;ister at once.
in Coming Report
A special meetinf; of Ihe B o.ird n
Superv sors has bcn cill-il for Fiid
evening the 22nd toe .nsid-r the mat
ter o' the ho trd going to I'll enix !
at end the j -int s-si n of the virion
Uia'd- of rq nlia'ii n. A seu-a'i
i proiuisia by in iking ptiHic the
port olS, eciai Kxaminer Fostera n lb-
affairs of ctiinty olFcer- in th s c unit
The rejnrt is in the hands ol he tit--t'ict
att- rney who :11 bring it to th.
atten ioi. of the haaril. Th-repirt i
s.i'dt le a 1 ngthy one and c n an
a ten-lire of some of the comity nil
cialsand alleged shortcomings. Tin
contents of the r-port will he watcln-a
for with interest on account of t a
si mi sensational reputts crculitn
Mrs. Howell, mother of Hon. James
noweii ui lomn-tniie, while en roitie
fmm this city to litstee tstftdav
mornirg, noticad a silver sugar laiwi
in the hands of a .Mexican woman p.
senger on the train. Mrs Howillex-tani!ii-d
I In bowl and found that it
taire her initials. T i a, with other
pieces of silver arare, wis stolen from
her residence six years ago.
Tht many Tombstone friends of
Mis-i Frances Cheyney were agree I
ably surprised Wednestlay moruinc i
to read in the las AtiLoies nailers
that n m trn jsm lt-vta.u l..a t.wn
- --.. ..w...r.. .(.u a.;ii
sam,,a. ,., u .. , ,
"'"ed to K B Cadivalladcr and
'aticea Ohc. ney of Tucson ,
J- nasst aS Vua. b..u. ..-
Csaai Cau.rtjc. sura coniiltitlou forever .
Work of Territorial
Board of Equalization
Clerk Ilmve ! the Hoar I of rftiper-
sors has receivnl -opiibol the -rssiiiei.ts
ul the variou- radr-uids a
ochlse count) as sent down -j th
Tvir. tonal Hoard of tpiilzitioii.
i tu part m I tne vaiuat, a.us as id act.
rtvearaud this vctr ivlll show II a
lur a .iithern Pacfij co'iipiny. la
ear, was as-o eti in.- its noes in a
uisc county at 'f7-S,.'i.l.',.i.l, while Ih
ear it is pi iced at $1,1.4,700. mi Ii
r-i-t ol f I'JG.illOl.
Ihe Kl I'm at a iiithivestern la
rfeir aid taxes to the c unity on
alutt'.ou ol fiiifii't, whil- the lo
reasti 111 the valua Ion this vear wa
.7.3.r, making Ihe total valuatioi
otced on the property tins eirn
The lines of the Xi v .Mexico at Ari
zona werj inerois d from fl3',0)J t.i
list ear to 177,0) this year, u m-crea-e
The Oila Valley, (Slotre at Nurtheri
vas given the Uigeat mcr'iisjtl as-e-i-.nent
ii proitirtion, it being nearb
loubled. or IIIC eised irom f --.313 7
la-tyear to HJ.IiOJ this ear, au In
reise of $ll,Slu JJ.
The Anzj ta i tlolora In, which ..
not uu last tar. was put on lur-fdl-JO'J
Hii road is a branch ol tl
sout ern i'ac tic and runs beiie-;.a.lll.-e
and I'earce, a distance ut
Tne Oauanea, Y atpii R ver at P..
cigc wai put uu I tr $J,7'!J, WtitCtl
toeg d tu ha a valui:uu uu its p?
Sanaa pruiieriv and real t state on tli
s de ot tu i lloe at Naco.
The a stsstiiciit ol the Piillm m con
any in 0 a; rise oui.iiy ivas reduce,
oy the Tetrit nal Hoard, for boiii.
reason, from fl2 27.72, tiicn was pu
in la-l Jear, ta t'J.t'id.TJ, a led icllo.
Ail iiner material loss was also mad
by the lea!!! oil ol tlie asaessuieii
ol tiie priaute car lines, which were oi
tast vear at a valuation o! rfJ.J.iJ 7 i
fins uicluled all of the Ar.ooiir r. -ingerat-.r
lines, I If.' va.ious oil lam
Tne t ttal increase over lat ytar i
.150,812, hu. with the reductions inuu
.11 tlie Putliiiaii cnuipati) asses-mei.
and the loss ut tha car hue ases
aiieuts, the net increase Is o.ilv $ilte
On tries Hivvmin, ''ochi-e count
tieuilaer uf Hid erritornl H-rd
tpiatuatlou, wl'en a-ka-d wh ll
liuarJ tlid nut put on t la private ca.
iiue this jear, staleal I :at tlu-j we
put on last year and the lloaid a
cipi tlizttioii uf Mohave coun.
thought that the Ten itar al fin
ad not pi iced them high euoiuli I
me or tavo lu-taiiccs and raised the
-onsiderable, so lint the company I.
isted the ratst' and the m ttter w
urJ befuie Jiilgai Sloan, iv ll y 0.
ahd that the a.o iiames h ul no r g
taj tie assessed at al', -o that the Terr
trial Haard timug it It was a w trte
Hue to do anything with lliwil th
a ear, with that decis.on standing.
Many Smallpox Cas2S
In Cochise Count
There ate a numlier of smallp-i
cai.es among the liihahitauts of ti.
little M-xicati stttlement near Babt
ville. and ilia tti-easu is spread n
The Ariz mi J.iiinil sajs lleall
Ollictr llleds e has established a ngi
I lar.iutliie aid take.i all po-s.l I
teps to prevent the iifectluti uf on
iders. Conlagious disea-es re.u
their height ill the summer ami tat
ouch precaution cannot be taken i
provide against tlitm.
j S0UthW3Stem -May
Build to Globe
A spirited rivalry hetiveen th
Southern Pacific and S iiilhtvi'Steri
surveying lines into sonora and ulhe
(tortious of the south e-t- is on, ac
cording tu ti.e O aiiglas Auencai.
auJ there is a probability that tw.
survej i tg corps Will clash for to
p-sessi ui of tin rtht of way int
t'linipas, Sonora. The Sou haetar.
is alsai preparing to xt-n I a branch
line into Globe it is said.
R P. A Larneti of the Panks Ht.te
a' e-is. n as a Tainls'ttep v s it.r
list evening. Hu reiw.itt Pensnn a
beinirouite Iivi.lv at th,. nr,.nt ti
From WeJnesdays Daily.
Cli n 1. 1 1 1 ts, ,to3 ..nninld by his
r-.ther, Ike, cam. in from their ru.ch
n tht river ye.terd.j. ,ey ,,.,,,
hit t ih ratitreiii tint eectnui i, g-t-
.tin r dry and that rain is ladly
Ilen.-y X i-h, of B sl e, is in Tonit -one,
b. ing caPeal hre as w tuess Ie
re the district court.
J S if jv.Vis'1, ei-y engineer of Bij
v. Is .ii the county neat as a uitne-s
t.n-d im igu cato o .Mr,. Uc a.
. trdgrove is C.ty tf His" ee.
K 1' Ij mis, of tlie Tomla-tune Tele
tone Coin, any. left jes'erdi) I .r
ilord. lleexp.cistulcibce.it lot
lortnightiind ..ii his return will he
..en in pa ll led by .Mrs. Ijams, ivho wll
.-end a few mouths m loliibstoi.e.
tt irney J F HoJ, who Ii a 'aeu
ii'e lur a lew Uays, returned to Ins
uuie ui Douglas t- ilay,
Joseph Hughes, a former tucnile
I tne liislteecity council, is a visitu
al ty on court matteis
T h Spauldi ig, ex-strett com in i
loner ol ll.sbee, is m the city as u
itness in ihe HisUe damage cue,
It la James and wife, of B.-btfap ar,.
t lliec.ty on a short visit lo Iileu Is.
r J itnes is Coiiiucted with the lii:-
e luiprovemeiit Co.
Vttormy Jo- M. rrion cnnir oyer
on Biehec last eveu.ng tu rem tin t
.day-, having several civil ca-es
I uu aiie cjurt during toe next leur
J tck Hogati, of tlu Copper Q iej'i
tore in llisii'e, is in tuwu as a vvlt
Ss ueforo thecolirt.
Attorney S K Williams cam ov. r
run H.sliee I tst evening laeing Cal ltd
I'M on business beio.e the d. strut
The New Mexicans are lining up
.1 livor of j nut btatehaiod Al
gin; let em line. Ar.zjua is lui.n
Mirtiu Co-tel'o returned jejierday
rom lliilae uuere hu uitdr wme et-eu-ive
nurcha-es ot reil estate, lb -uie.
ounitia, some val -able miiiiii
r.lliid in the b uauza circle illstricr.
e to a director of the Natluhal Uaiii
Mis. J. J. .Income has opened t
ii. linen parlors on Fourth s.reei i i
ie otlu-es torun-rl) ucotip'c! by l). I.,
uiiiiingnaiii. Her iiiiooiiiiceui i t
ul app-ar lu there coliituus toiuoi
riv and Tuuitstoiie ladits are limit 1
Mrs C Wtttig and Mrs Jack Evui,.,
i Bial.ee, are in the c ty lur a .e y
v on a vi-it with friends.
(leo Walker, the P.ir.tli.e
tale man, has rettirne I lu I his
ul resumed his duties as a
Jas Krighiutn cime over from Hi-,
a- last evening, being cilL-d here on
V f, M in ih n, m in igr of the Bis-
ee U.aura Hon, is a Tomb-time v st-
r toil ty. Hu state that he hoji-s
hive the new opera house ready i tr
xt se isu i
Mrs .1 Brady and daughter, .Miss
the, are Tomb tone visitors for u
w d.t)s,)ind are the guests of Mr and
us IVK ivitig.
Capr. (! B Kelt in returned lat even
g from a visit tu the (Jr in,! Cativou
Ie s ijs every Ar Zonan suould not.
oi an opportunity to see tlie world's
-ivst Homier I jeattd at our very
A man named Thos Wilson was
rouuht over from Heiitam las even
g having suffered a serious injury in
euig run over by an engireai.d hav-
g his arm crushed alajve the tlhow.
I is prohahleau ainpiilatioti will bu
ecessary to save his life.
Seven carloads of mules and grad
ug out lit from L'emiug passa-d
nroiigh B.-iison Frid ty m .rniug en
oiite to Irene, 21 miles west of B. n-
tin, where the v go to make nine
hanges on the S. P. main line wh ch
vhen ct m.i'ettd will stouten t e dirt
nice between there alio Tlcsuii s x
P tilo W.lcox leaves in I ho morning:
ear New York vli-re he is ca'led on
egal bu in cs llerxitects to be none;
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