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WM. HATT1CU. Editor aud Prop
TIRMS or SCBSCKIPTIOK
In Cochise County.
The outlook for much in
dustrial activity in all parts
of Cochise county never be
fore was more flatterring than
richtnow. After some dull
period in the various mining
districts of the county the de
velopment work is again on
with increased activity and
good results are looked lor.
Besides the rich minerals the
marble industry promises to
become a recognized factor in
the ereat industrial field of
Cochise county. The great
marble deposits in the Dra
goon mountains has attracted
Eastern capital and even- in
dication points to a time not
far off when the building ma
terial from the Dragoons will
be shipped to be used in con
struction of fine palaces the
world over. The agricultural
industry also has a greater
promise since many artesian
water flows have been struck
in the valleys.
According to the official
census figures Arizona has
gained wonderfully in her
agricultural resources. And
. :. u .. .!.-, -l
most every one of Arizona's
farmers owns his own farm
and that free from debts. It
is, without an- doubt, a big
score in favor of "back to the
soil" movement, and speaks
well for the broad fertile acreb
of Arizona. The painstak
ing and industrous Arizona
"tillers of the soil" have made
the desert bloom like a rose.
Cochise county stands first
in mineral production, in
stocK raising, in population,
-in taxable property, etc. Be
sides those mentioned it lias
an asset that can not be
valued in dollars and cents.
The Prospector means our
ideal all the year around
climate and inspiring scenery.
This is an asset that brings
the best class of people here
and keeps them here.
BALE OF CAMP BOWIE ABAN
DONED MILITARY RESERVA
TION, Department of tba Interior,
General Land Office, Washington, April
4,1911. Notice is hereby given, pur
suant to me prov iions 01 the act ot J air
5, 1884. 21 Stat., 101). that the agri
cultural and grazing lands in the Cam,!
Bowie abandoned military reservation,
Araona,comorising 25s tracts containing
10.514.96 acrrs, will be offered at public
sale at not less than the appraised price,
which ranges from Jt.25 to S2.50 per
acre. The site will take place at Pnoe
cix, Arizona, commencing at 9 o'clock
a. m., June 20, 191 1. and will be con
ducted by the Register and Receiver of
the U. S. Lind Office at said p'ace. The
tracts will be offered by smallest legal
-soioamsioo, approximately 40 acres, in
the order in which they appear on the
list in the district land office, viz: S,'j,
Sec 25, T. 14 S- R. 28 .; W'Ji, Sec
3, Lots I, 2. 3,4, -ec 4, 1-ois 1,2,3,4,
Sec 9, W NWJf , SWX, Sec 10. ay,
all of Sees. 15, 22,23, and all of Sees.
21,25, 26,27, 28, in the reservation, T.
15S.jR.28 E:aIloiT. 14S , R. 29 Jl,
.'n the reservation, VJ1, and Lots I, 2, 3,
4,Seo. 4. Sees. 5 and 5. XEJf. NWJf,
NtfSWJi. SEJf SWX, Njf SEX,
SEJ SEJf . Sec 7. N and SWJ,
Sec 8, NWJf, Lots 1,2,3.4. Sec o.
T 15 S., R. 29 E. A limekiln valued at
5200 is also to be sold with the SVJf
NEtf, Sec 12, T. 15 S., R 28 E. Pay
ment will be required on the day of sale
ol Jio tor each tiact sold at less than
Jl.75 per acre, and $20 tor each tract
sold at $1.75 per acre or more, and wdl
be forfeited unless the full amount of the
purchase price is paid to the Receiver at
Phoenix, Arizona, within ten days from
date of purchase. The lands classified
as mineral are to be sold under the
mineral land laws. FREU DENNETT,
Commissioner General Land Office.
Approved: April 4, 9. FRrtNK
PIERCE. First A.sistaot Secretary, atfi'Pquaw Peak.
I TERRITORIAL ITEMS OF IN
; TEREST CONDENSED.
Kiugruan has 1S2 children ot school
OtisT Winterholer died in tto V.
Y. hospital at Jerome, from injuries
received wlnl at work iu the U. .
smelter. The remains were Lipped
to Joplin, Missouri, (or burial.
John B. Ard, aged S3 years, was
found dead in his bed in Jerome,
a tew days ago. Ileum a veteran ot
the Confederate army. Heart diseste
tilled him. lis was a carpenter by
trade and had been at work the day
before hie death, lie ljaves a sou
who resides at Payson.
The mail route between Jerome and
Camp Verde i to be restored in the
The Xews states that the trouble
at Jerome between the U. V. Copper
company Hnd the boiler uiikere has
Jesos Melendez, editor ol a Spanish
newspaper at Phoenix, loft Sunday for
Prescott to circulate a petition asking
(or tho pardon of Vicente J.ucero.iow
serving a life eente" co in the peniten
tiary, Twelve years ago he was con
victed in Prescott for the mu-der o!
William Seiner, but claims he did not
do it. The ronict i now in the pen
itentiary hospital suffering (rom
Mus l.ina Eldred is a recent arrival
in Prescott (rom Xaco, Arizona, where
she was in charge of the public school
during the recent insuarecto trouble
There is to be no curtailment of
output at the Old Domioion mine, ac
cording to Superintendent G II Dow
ell, superintendent of the mine. The
April product ion was 2,215,000 pounds
of copper, a little less than wa pro
duced in the two proceeding months,
but the production for May will be
larger than for the two prcceediog
Fire broke out at 2 o'clock Tuesday
morning in the second story of the
Dorn-Heyman buiUing at Phoen X
just over the office in the northeast
corner. Only a email amount of dam
age ' done.
The Mohave board ot supervisors
has a standing reward cf 1100 for the
captuie ol Queho, an Indian murder
er. In Kingman, because they were
caught gambling, two men were Gned
fl'XJeach. It is not known whether
they were playing faro, br.dge. seven
up or poker.
At Phcenix in view of a Urge num
ber o( complaints which bare been
made cf automobile speed maniacs,
particularly on Center street, the city
council has authorized tbo appoint
ment of a motorcycle policeman for
the enforcement of the speed ordin
ances. At Negates miny curious articles
pass through the U. ri. custom house.
Yesterday duty was paid on 105
pounds of fish bladders, valued at
one hundred and five dollars consign
ed fromJGuaymas, Mexico, to a prom
neut Chinese merchant in Sao Fran
cisco. Saturday last at Congress Junction
Undjr Sheritl Raible overhauled two
Prescott runaway boys ar.d took them
home. As they were hungry it is
probable that they were glad to 1 r
At Mesa, eays the Free Press, a
Gila Monster and a gopher were
matched to fight and rushed together
each sinking its teeth into the other.
Simultaneously they broke away, the
gopher fell back and died in two min
utes, evidently from poison.
Dr D, Pentland, a pioneer dentist
of Prescott. died suddenly at hie home
in Redlands, California, last week.
His son, Walmot Pentland, left Pres
cott for California, upon receipt of
the sad news.
.Last week J II Mettler.of Jerome,
was adjudged insane and taken to the
A company is making ready to
bore (or oil a short distance north of
Martin l-lynn, an old timer, ya
the Parker Post, disappeared from his
home at Calizona, and (ears are en
tained that be has committed suicide.
Williams had a snow storm on the
14th of last month.
Development work is to be returned
shortlv on the property of the Ingle
nook miniDg company, located near
Thfl Parker Post of May 20th re
ports t he 0 dorado river within one
foot cl its highest water mark. At
this season o! the year the river lias
the appearance ol a veritable rapids,
the water rushing down in huce volume.
Tumco rotnt, hotter known i-
old Hedges mine near Ogilby, ium
county has suffered a very serious
cave-in, and is temporarily closed.
In the meantime ten miners are con
gratulating themselves that they es
caped before tho breaking ground
caught them. For a distance ol 300
feet the top level caved in to the sec
ond level, andjthe two dropped upon
The Arizona, Blade-Tribune states
that the farmers of the Casa Grande
raller who are cultivating grain are
harvesting Irom CO to 70 bushels ot
barle) and from 40 to 50 bushels of
wheat to the acre this year, these fig
ures being based on crops already fair.
Profeisor Robert T Hill, a well
known mineralogist, has announced
that he has discovered iu the mud
volcanoes at the mouth ol the Colo
rado indication! of a gigantic subter
ranean lake o( oil in that vicinity
He predicts that the Yuma vicinit)
will become ono of the greatest oil
sections of tho continent.
In all probability the Phoenix high
school will have a professional pbys eal
director next year, wbu will have only
one class to teach outside of hi cl-ies-es
in football, baseball, baketball,
track nd tennis, and that cNis will
probabl) be public speaking.
Lopez is in jad a"t Agua Prieta, not
the nntonous "Red," but another
Lopez nsroed Antonio. Ho and a
friend named Carlos. Madrid quarreled
and became involved, drew pistol,
and Madrid, once"bueno amigo" lies
dying in the hospital.
Col. W. C. Green and wife passed
through Benson Mouday evening, en
A ruunuup is iu progress uu lue
Empire ranch, near Vail, and it is ex
pected that about 2000 head ol cat
le will be cut out of the bunch lor
Bruno Martinez, one of the oldest
and best known residents oi Yuma,
died at bis home on Madi'On avenue,
on Friday evening last.
George W. WaltOD.a railroad con
tractor near Fairview. Coconino coun
t, was injured Wednesday by being
in too cloe proximity to n blast when
it was discharged lit inn an 1 side
were badly bruised.
Yuma is rejoicing over the resump
tion of work of the Arizona Siphon
Fifteen men have been put to work
cleaning the ground (or the installa
tion oi the air plant.
All Douglas mourns. For the pas
six weeks the smelter city Folk have
been enjoying nightly concerts by the
Sixth Cavalry band, but now .he
band is ordered back" to the (ort.
Consequently there is gloom, and
then more gloom at the loss
On Friday morning at one o'clock
there was a fusillade of shots at the
Mexican custom guard house near
the boundary line. Five men ar
said to have assaulted tb-s guard
house and fired five shots, the guard
firing two shots. It was rumored in
Oongtas that the men responsible for
thi aault were followers of Magon
and it is said that Magon now has a
number of followers in that city.
Last week Sheriff Smith of Yavapai
county, with John Robinson as guard,
left (or the Florence penitentiary,
having in custody A. Gallego and
Campbell, both under sentence of
death, and Baca, sentenced to five
years imprisonment (or stabbing a
man. Gallego and Campbell are to
Do executed on the 23th ol next July
Gallego murdered Mr Yaeger and
Campbell murdered "Kid Kirby," the
On Sunday, Tommy Craig, a younf
on of James Crair, who lives on the
San Pedro, while riding for cattle at
the stock pens was violently thrown
(rem bis bores and seriously injured,
fin as taken to St. Mary's hospital
Francisco Lomelin was an outgoing
passenger (or EI Paso (rom Douglas
Friday. Signor Lomelin who is a
son of General Lomelin, is to join the
party which will escort Francisco
Madero 00 big journey to Mexico
City. He will act as ooe of Madero'a
personal bojy guards.
Postmaster Chandler of Yuma has
received orders to dpen postal sav
ings bank, the order to become cf? c
tiye 00 Jooel9,
Phoenix's lug Central avenue con
crete bridge is reported asuear'v com
pleted and to thread) for tra'-ic with-j
There are now seven men ataitmgl
ueatn at the Horeuce pri'on.
'" Swain, recently roturned
(rem bouth America bv w ly ol Pres
cott, does uot give a very l)ing ac
count of the posiilul t e theib for
InTuctnn Monday night Mis Web
meler was instantly killed b being
thrown from or by jumping from a
carriage drawn by a rnuaay team of
horses which had been frightened bv
an automobile She hd otartul for
Miss Erin Morrison, a recent giad
uate of Trinity college, Washington,
D. C, returned to Preeott Wednes
day morning latt, to remain for the
summer, she as met at Ash Fork
by Ler father, linn R E Morrlon.
William Brandon, a stranger aged
about GO years, was found dead on
the railroad ttack at Williams on a
recent night. Deitli wsk due from
At the Fort Valley Experiment
station last week, while attempting
to opfn a bottle of ammonia, Forest
Supervisor E D Read was temporarily
blinded by the l-quid spla-h.ng into
his face, Ihereisuo present danger
n his losing h s eyesight, but it
le some time before he recover'.
Two hundred and fifty men are
emnlovedin the various departments!
of the Clara Consolidated, and .Swan.
sea is a busy city in cousequence.
Miners of recognized ability are cet-
tain of empIo)irent and with there -
sumption ol operations on sh-lt No.
C fifty more men will p obably be
added to the pi) roll, before the week
is over. Post
Born, an Maine, Arizona, May
1911, to the wife of M E
Ben Sweetwood has tendered his
rpunnatinn aa tpanannr f tl Vil.
hams base ball club.
The body of the Indian drevntd in jiiperviors in reference to In peti
Botaway tank has Iteu recovered. I tion tu bo appointed constable of tbit
Coconino Sun J prccitct.
Game Warden V V Merino received ! A. Heffern, the well known Bisbee
a shipment of 10,OO trout from the I mining man is in the city today
government fish hatcher) and dump- Mrs Paul Murphy and son will
ed them in Oak Creek, C conn-ocoun- j ave tomorrow for Los Angeles, where
'J'- j the) go to join Mr. Murphy who has
Bill Young, recently thro-vn from a , entered the employ of the Santa Fe
bucking horse at V1lha.11-, hat been Railroad company at that point in
very near death. His ribs were bro-1 the purcha-ing department
ken in the fall, penetrating his b ng.j Mrs W. A. Fowler and son will
bringing on pneumonia and other j Ieae Dext eek ,or Michigan, where
complication. i they will spend several months on a
The water in tiie llen-on canal still
holds to a good flow, notwithstanding
the continued dry spell. The Ben
ion Press says The canal is led from
an underground flow during the dr)
season and the water users are not
apprehensive of a shortage of water.
Trie Wickenburg saloons closed
their doors (or the lat time Monday
night at midnight, as the re'iilt of
the local option election.
Bl,l.nn I,fap4 .;t,J W'-t . --
Tuesdsy, and sa a result a new mis
sion of the Episcopal church was or
ganized to be known as (he Emanuel
A Mexican sheep herder named
Refugio Piro, employed by W 0 Per
kins of Flagstaff, was found dead eight
miles south 01 vvinslnw. it is
thought he was bitten by a skunk,
acquired the hydrophopia, and did
not come promptly to town for treat
Rev Gunnett ol the Orphans'
Home at L6s Angeles, brought a ver
bright little girl, 8 years of age to Je
rome. She will be taken to O k
Creek for adoption by Mr and Mrs
Topping. Thjs makes the second
little girl that these peojle have
adopted (rom this home.
The cattlemen of the Hackberry
section, Mohave county, are shippinr-
outCOOO head of cattle, which will
bring about ? 100,000.
It ia expected thst by the first ol
July the lands in Wallapai valley will
be thrown open to entry by the gov
ernment. The Yuma Sentinel charges the
school principal of that city, witb
brutally beating school children.
Mr. Masuja Miyakawa, of Washing
ton, D C, a noted Japanese lawver
and writer, who is a member of the
American Bar, is sojourning in Pres
cott for a short tiuie for the benefit
of bis health. He was, recently nom
inated associate editor of the Ar.ieri-
c n Car Association, by tbe governor
From Monday's Daily.
City Clerk E. A. Hugl es and family
returned last evening from II site,
where they spnt Sunda) with rela.
. . ,,,.,
Mrs Ed Xevins was among the re
turning pasfengers last evening from
Douglas and El Paj. where she ha?
been viitm-for the pan week.
Attormy .I,T Kingibury returned
last evening from a profeiunal tup
to the western tind of the count v in
the interest of his client.
W.R.Henry and fr.mil) retuintd
last evculng from Hisbee, where tbt-j
went to attend the Itinera! of Arthur
Gray, who died in that city U-t week,
the deceused being a brother of Mm.
President Ijarn, of the Tombstone
Telephone companj, wa am ng th
outgoing pat-engers to Bisbee thi
afternoon on a briet huioe vidit.
I'. L dimming is making another
targe shipment nf hide-, to El Pso tu
da) .from his rl-iuuhtt-r houfe Lelun
Mi.-s I. ill an Buck left this after
noon for Pomona, California, where
she will ertnd the next two mouth'
visiting with relatives and friends.
Miss Buck ha taught in the 'tomb
stone public schools for the past four
jesrs and h.a a hjst of friends here
wun ntr a mct enjoyable trip.
j Col.A.L. Grow and Bert Macia
left this morning on adsv's l'j-ine-s
vidit at Courtldnd.
-Miss .Minnie Uuclittti, alio has
ben '""it" ton-litn for the past
' ne'k' nR' "covered
j Deputy Cnunty Treasurer fr'vnk
Demaiest mtde flying busine trip to
Fairbank thi- afternoon.
Will-am Bennett, (or many )pr
Ictttle inpactor and now Incited at
' Benon, is among thote visiting 111
j the city todav liaving business with
the board of supervisors, which is in
eion this atteriioc n.
A.J. iiuiueii came in today irom
Benson, having business before the
visit to Mrs Fowler's parents.
Postmaster Trances Crablo
wife spent yesterday in the Huachtica
mountains at Ramsey Canvon. The
trip was made via automobile.
Doane Merrill, Cashier of the Bank
of Benson, is numbered among the
visitors in Tombstone today on a b'ls-
1 :nces nnsion.
Lou Woolery and wife are in town
tcday from Land Station. Mrs.
Wocicry :!'. remain in tha city for
about six weeks, and during her stay
here will be engaged in the assessor's
office in as iting in making up the
original tax rolls for the present year
Pete Jensen, one ol the proprietor)
of the Mansion Hotel at ISonson, 19 in
town today on a busines visit.
Justice Barnes who holds down the
lid of the Fairbank precinct, is in
Mrs Paul B Warnekros is numbered
among the recent arrivals in Tomb,
-tone from Los Angeles on a viit
with friends, having arrived Saturday j
Attorney Lyman If. Ha)s is in
the county seat today irom Willcox
on business with theclerk o( the bn-vrd
Judge Doan passed through Fair
bank lat evening (rom Don -las on
nis way ro rnoenix, wncre he was
summoned on business matters.
W, Reider and family have left (or
the southern part of the county on a
visit. Mr Reider went to Xogales on
business while his family are vi-iting
witb friends in Xaco.
The Sunday school at 10 a to,, bad
a total attendance of forty-'our. The
perfect attendance banner was award
ed to Mia Buck' class of girls.
Ojt Burden Bearer" v.aa the topic
of the sermon of the '!er. Mr Deck '
at 11 a. m. I
1 he combined fhncttan Endeavor '
and preaching tfrvice nth? t-iMHtig ,
at 7.30 o'clui k bad a roinatkab'y j
large attendance The Uev. Mr. I)er 1
conducted the service, Tho topic was
"Samuel, a Oharactsr Stud)." Bv
sides ttie p st rV addrt ss, pipi ri ucre
read by Mrs F.J Abed! on "Hone
Inlluence;" Miss Helen Axtell on "In
llutnce at Scl ool," nrd M'i I.llzsleth
Axtell in "Cuiisetraiion." A trio
competed nf Mrs. Wi tilery aid the
Mi-ses Helen ami hlizvLeth Axtell
sane Mectn! selection.
The ?unrtny chool at 10 a, in , had
an attenaarce cf twentv-six.
The Hew. Mr. Bodl in at II a, m ,
preachfd en excellent stiinim from
the text "Whom Saj 1 e, ?on of Man,
on conducted the hel;fu!j
League mefticc in the
S.iuday school at 10 a, m , had
ation Now On
'I hi neing the da) fitert for tl e reg
ular teachero' examination for the
present quarter by Count) Superin
tendent Stover for firt ai d -ecuml
grade certificates, the folio ins nppli
cants are now taking the Hum-, in
re spoLse to the rail, in the court room
i,I the count) court bou-e-
$lis Rub) M. lohnaon.Oarce, Art-
Miss Willie L. Mu-, Cochi-e Ari
zona. Miss Lillian B. Re-id, 1"!, Ocho
Btieet, El Paso, Texas.
Mr. George Welch, Pradie, Ari
John Mclntjre, Lowell, Arizona.
Mr Jay Mcintosh. Light, Arizona
TI10 examinations will also con
tinue throughout the entire day to
morrow. Body of Manuel
Word was receive!1 at l!.e thentVs
oflice toda) of tbe finding of tbe hrd)
of Manuel Sr.i at an isolated -put 0:1
the ?an Pedro river, near Reddmg'on
Tho deceased bad evidently been dead
about a month, and a builet wotli d
found in the heid, I pistol and a
Winchester r lie were lo found bv
the side of the bevdy. ri za had been
missed from his ranch home Kratout
a month. There i fear tfat irrz met
witb L11 1 play and an investigation will
be made at once.
Believed "Red" Lopez
Has Not Been Shot
Many of the citizens of Agua Prieta
are of the opinion that "Red" Lopez
ts not deaJ, that be "a-1 illo-reJ to
etc lie. That he has not shown up
in Douglas prove, in their opinion,
that he 1 resolved to protect the ones
who thus befriended him.
A Luppert of the Mexican custom
"Lcpez left Agua Friet with one ol
the best friend he ever hid, Lieuten
ant Anacleto Giron. I am rtrongly
of the opinion that ho was not killed
but that he was tiven his liberty. 1
so be will not r'turn to this p-irt of
the country as to do so would expee
Fisher Should Visit
Charleston Dam Site
The Benson Press sa)s:
Hon. Waltar L Fisher, Secretary ol
the Interior, is expecting to visit
Arizona next month, and the Benson
Beard of Trade should urge tho secre
tary to include 'n hi itineary the
Charleston Dam site. This matter
should be attended to at once, before
his itinerary is filled K vi-it through
tbe valley and to the dam site by the
secretary may do much gocd
Are Making Good
That the month o( May proved
most successful one for the man)
chbiriders in the Tombstone di-tric
who are at present leasing the ma 1;
properties of the Tombstone ConoI-J
iJaUd Mine company, is evidenced
frun the fact that the- returns (rom
(he smeltusat El Paso showed in the
neighborhood fI0IH?,and o( which
amount th comiaii) received as
royalties about 2i.M)
All ol this tre now beinc shinned is
taken from a'ove the waterlevtl of
bo main workings o( the vinous
prcperties. Throughout the entire
daj considerable hoisting a being
done at both the Lucky Cuss and
Toughtttit 11 ine. while much ship
ping is being done Irom the West Side
mine, a caiload being shipped (rom
t the present timo ore is being
shipped to the eineltersnt the rate o(
aiot,t tnn 019 a da, besides that ol
the ller'l.ill mine and independant
oieratoi now it work in this district
During the month of May thero
were issued tiut ol the probate court ol
Cochise count) a total o( tbirt)-two
marrUge licenses, bcin,; the highest
number i-eued in any one month
during tbe present year.
June being the month of brides, it
is ex; cctid, as in the past, that the
nil's ticket to be i'i:ed will exceed
all e her inonMis c( the year, anit re
tain as u-nial its title o( the banner
mnnin. lne loliowlng license- were
Arthur Eocene Parmer to wed
Annie Rnuhan, both of Bisbee.
B I- 1 ranklm to wed Lena Ander
son, both nf Dougln.
Irancis W Adams to wed Mrs,
Martha I her, both residents Dra
eoon. Tucson Extension
Will Be Built
A New York special to tbe Tucson
Citizen Citizen a-
Phelps-Dodge A, Co., when seen by
Citizen repreentatife today, declared
tha' there was no truth in the report
that final decision had been taken
relative to the cttcnion of the South
western into Tucon.
"Final decisuu has not been taken
by the hoard a )et," declared Mr. C
H Dodge, "oltl ouft'h final surveys for
this work have been made and active
preparations are making (or the actual
construct, on ol tbe extension 1 ut as
no antlnnzitiin fnr the construction
work ha been made it cannot pro
ceed. 'As a matter of course, the exten
ion will le built and we are making
readv in expectation of tha board's
linsl decision, but jut when this will
corns I cannot say
"We shall b prepared to put the
machinery oi construction at work
the minute we have the board's
author'ation to proceed."
From His Tribe
Anon 11 Smith of Kingman is in
receipt of a communication from the
Mexican consul at Phoenix, to which
s annexed what is termed an exhort
from the military judge of tho State
Verscruz Mex-cn, in the matter of
courtintrnal of one Raul Ojeda, a
oldiero( the lGih (ederal batallion,
who is charged with insubordination.
Ojcd claims to be a citizen of tbe
United State, and that he was Lorn
in Arizona. It develops that Ojeda ia
a Mohave Indian and attended the
school at Fort Mohave. The only
queer thing about the business is in
that a Mohave Indian should get so
far from home, as few of the tribes
men have 'teen inclined to wander
'rom the tribal domiin Oieda will
"e shot unless a proper proof of birtb
Justice Will Be Done
the Yaqui Indians
It is authoritatively reported that
the Ysqtii Indian people; in aonora,
coneideied among the tet farmers
ind laborers in Mexico, bare been
-vdvieid that their men women and
children, who were transported and
sold into slavery on e-tates in Yuca
tan, will be returned to their homes
in Sunora within the next CO days,
and the Unds belonging to them,
vhlcb were taken from them, will be
On His farm near Wicker.bure F.O
O'Br en is putting n a cop of kaffir
corn and eorgbum, which he will nse
w& te :jijussi,K .'