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Publishes! Every Sunday
WILLIAM HATTICH, Editor and Proprietor
One year 3 00
Six months 1 50
Single copies ,10
Getting out of Mexico is somewhat dangerous at present,
but it seems to be the 6afest thing an American can do under
the present system of protection afforded to our people in for
A Tucson devotee of literature has added to the weight
of proof that the Ozark battle hymn is a plagiarism, The fol
lowing communication on the subject Mas receivrd at the Star
After considerable research among the tomes of of the
library of the Escurial, it was tound that the eminent Don
Francisco Mariano Espada y Campana had held forth as fol
Cada vez que vuelvo venir al pueblo,
Los mozos con patadas asaltan mi perro:
Nada importa que el ;s un sabueso,
Quitaran las patadas tirado a mi perro.
According to the advices received from El Paso, Orosco
has issued a proclamation the effect that all contracts enter
ed into with the government oi Mexico as now constituted,
will be declared void in case the rebel forces prevail and Ma
dero is forced to yield the control of the government This
would be a drastic measure indeed, and should it be carried
out, it would result in the confiscation of all American interests
in Mexico acquired since the fall of the Diaz government.
A Texas man. eating an oyster found a pearl which he
has just sold to a Houston jeweler for $l5od. We shall now
expect the Houston Post to inform a more or less credulous
world that S 1 ;oo pearls are common adjuncts of the dinner
table in good Texas societv.
Indications are excellent for the discovery of oil in this
state. Prospecting is prorgres3ing favorably at three points
with good indications in each. It is among the possibilities
that within a few vears Arizona mav become the banner oil
producer as well as copper producer; Arizona Gazette.
The Albuquerque Herald observes:
'With a switchman elected
in Arizona, there ought to be no
The political complexion of
the Republicans the shivers.
theg. o. p. in Arizona henceforth; that organization having
been shut out of political control in the new state, with but
little hope of ever gaining a
The state legislature is composed of loyal Arizonans and
'all bent on enacting legislation
ot the first state legislature.
model the solons need not wander far from the right path and
the people ana Democracy satisned.
If there is any doubt of Arizona weather conditions the
following from the Phoenix Democrat should settle it:
"Arizona citizens basking
the music of our native song
fellow citizens in the blizzard-ridden
west.. Come to Arizona, the
Cochise county may have a
her borders, but it was tne imported variety and ever)' precau
tion taken to prevent its spread.
While astrologers may meet with certain success in read
ing the stars as to who is going to get the next republican nom
ination the ballots will show that
Mr Taft will please assume a stooping posture while the
Arizona legislature prepares to swat him with a recall amend
ment. L. A. Express.
With a proviso, calliner for
result may be known on lndepence day, the measure provid
ing for th; reincorporation of the
constitution is ready to be reported to the legislature and its
passage is assured. The result
be decisive in its favor.
The man who enters a quarter section ot arid land, raises
a family of God-feariner children,
June and the hot days-of August, builds his home, clears his
land ot desert growth, pays nis
for water, and keeps body and soul together, is not only en
titled to the entire 160 acres, his original entry, but to a thou
sand hallelujahs in heaven, and the most beautifully gilded,
sweetest-tuned harp in the New Jerusalem. Mesa Free Press.
Congressman Carl Hayden of Arizona, made an oratorical
hit on the floor of the House the other "day when he delivered
his maiden address in Congress. It was in defense of the new
three-year homestead law. It was short, logic, conclusive and
to the point, showing his qualities as an able representative of
the 48th state. Representative Hayden is budding into promi
nence among his colleagues in Washington and is fast gaining
popularity, which we knew he would when ho arrived at the
There is a peculiar newspaper situatuation in Phoenix.
The leading republican paper lias become the leading demo
cratic paper and the leading democratic paper fit, bled and per
spired to be the leading republican paper, Pretty soon a ture
food expert will be needed down that way to make a political
chemical ana'ysis to determine what's what, who's who, and
the wherefore of the whichness. Courier.
as speaker of the lower house
danger of good legislation be
the Arizona legislature gives
I here is but little hope to
that will redound to the credit
With the constitution as
in the glorious sunshine and
birds sends greetings to their
portions of the middle
land of thrift and plenty."
few cases of smallpox within
a democrat got the office.
an election on July x, so the
judiciary recall in the state
of the election, no doubt, will
braves the dust storms of
grocery bill, waits rive years
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At the Hayden smelter, the great
stack incompleted and stands ready
(or connection with the duet cham
ber. Bolters and machinery are be
ing rapidly installed and completion
of the great reduction work it draw
George Doyle and James Kinney,
whn hare been at Mohawk putting in
the cement headgate for the new Mo
hawk canal system, hare returned to
Yumt. They reported that thf head
gate wis completed before the present
rim in the Gila river.
Two revolving brush pavement
sweepers, to be used in keeping Phoe
nix oitulitbio in condition for traffic
were recently received and will be
placed in operation immediately.
Bela A . Heraezthy, who formerly
resided in Yuma and at one tme was
a member of tbn county board of su
pervisors, died at his home in Los An
g-les, Saturday of paralysis.
For the purpose of taking action
relativetn the construction of a gocd
road letween Miami and Ray, the
business men ot that camp met tn
Monday and a committee of five was
appointed to raise funds.
With a conviction and a recom
mendation for a sentence of life im
prisonment the case of the Hate
against Fred Smith accused of the
murder of James Morrow clo-ed in
Committeesot the Dank Association
of Phoenix met Wednesday and mat
ters of legislation that are necessary
were among the other things of im
portance to be considered by the rep
resentatives in attendance.
Dog owners in Tucson are incensed
over the wholesale poisoning of their
pels have offered a reward of Ave hun
dred dollar! for the detection of the
guilty party or parties. The Tucson
Citizen states that IMec'ivo Uurrs
may be employed, but his connection
with such a case looks much- liko a
iever teiore were sucn prices re
ceived for cattle in Phoenix. In tbe
Salt River valley beef steers are sell
ing for 6 cents a pound on the hoo',
nd cows, if they are fat, bring five
Tbe Prescott Auto Club met !at
week and held it: annual election of
officers. The club is reported as
prosperous, growing and ready to con
tinue active boosting for better roads
in Arizona, but more especially for
tbe north and souib highway.
A high wind in Pboenix which did
lomo damage, including tbe unroof
ing of a part of a building occupied as
a kindergarten last week, badly fright
ened the children but no one was in
jurned. A meeting has been called for in
Pboenix for Tuesday of this week for
the purpose of forming a state asso
ciation of newspaper men , the day on
which the United S'atea senators of
Arizona will be named by the legis
lature. Tbocall la signed by Qeorge
H Kelly, John O Dunbar and James
The court refuses 'he bail offer of
Genige West, w bo was brought from
Buckeye and after being held to tbe
federal grand jury, who offered to give
bail. No bail in federal criminal
cases is the edict at Phoenix, and the
court insists that federal prisoners
must await the disposition of their
cases in jail.
Tbe bar association of tbe state of
Arizona htld its annual banquet at
Pboenix last week. Tbe affair is pro
nounced as the most elaborate fuue
tion of its kind ever beld in tbe capi
Phoenix papers are announcing
boxing bouts to be held at a theatre
on which it is hoped to realize funds
to send "white hopes" to tbe coast.
The Douglas In'ernational aays
that the contract for converter linings
for the Arizona Copper company's
new smelter has been givsn to tbe
American Refractories company.
This company is also stated to have
put in a bid for tbe equipment of tbo
C and A smelter in Douglas.
On tbe complaint of W L Stone-
braker. of Oregon, with the larceny of
one wife, the aforesaid wife being tbe
spouse of the said Btonebraker, Ubn
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T Harlow was aneswa ia rnoenixiast
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Thatthe Russian colony had left
Olendale and moved to a larger tract
of land about twelve miles (rem that
section, is stated in recent reports
The forestry service line from Tuc
son to the top of Ola Ha'.dy i ncaring
completion. It was installeJ for the
solo use of tbe department.
Recently paying a visit to Preseott
on an interesting mission, M William
of California, was investigating the
possibility. of hunting mountain lions
with dogs in Yavapai.
The search for Dee Scott, who his
been missing from Preseott since the
March snow storm is being continued
An important strike, a five foot
ledge which carries considerable
wolfenite, copper and some gald and
lead values, is reported on the prop
erty of the New State Copper com
pany of Miami.
Last week the gsle of the Branui
gan ranch at Bellemont was cor
sumated, the property with some
thing like four hundred bead of cattle
passing io'n the hands of Bob Gleae n
There was another cutting aerate
at Ash Fork last Sunday. V J .Mack
was tbe tnife wielder and Nets Han
sen waB tbe man carved Hnnen rt
eeived several slight wounds Mack
was arrested and sent to jail at Pres
eott. The tuss was over money mat
To secure an award of $15,000 a'
leged damages for a broken leg eus
rained in a collision between csrs !
the company, that occur nl during a
heavy fog, Albert D Gallagher ha.
sued the Phoenix street railway com
pany. Missing a valuable pearl and dia
mood necklace which she is incliri d
to think was snatched from her neck
by tbe jcwtlers, a young women in
Pboenix was jostled while on tba
C 8 Smith, head of the Old Domin
ion Copper company, is in Globe look
ing over tbe interests of hi company
in that distriot. He is accompanied
by J Waldo Smith, a New York en
gineer. At the expense of the Guggenheim
interest, employes otthe engineering
and office forces of tbe American
Smelting and Refining company were
entertained at a banquet last Sunday
evening at Ray. ,
Owning thousands of acre o! land
along its railroad lines, the Santa Fe
has taken steps to bavu the govern
ment survey all such lands so that
they may become vested in the com
pany definitely under ite land grants.
Passengers on delayed train No 1,
which arrived in Williams at about
9:20 last Sunday morning, bad an ex
citing time with a crazy man on the
train, who was laboring under the im
pression that enemies were following
him to kill him. He made several
ijDB'jcc-"ful attemp's to kill himself
with a pocket knife.
In Coconino county, Superior Judge
Perkins decided the election contest
of Steuvee vs Wilson for tbe county
attorneyship, io favor of Wilson.
Judge Steevee contested the election
ofCTi Wilson on tbe ground that
Wilson's ntme wu not on tbe great
register, nnd therefore not eligible to
bold the office of county attorney.
Mr Sleeves gave notice of an appeal
to the supreme court.
The brijge across the Little Colora
do river has been formally opened for
A Farmers' Institute wilt be held in
Williams on Monday. April 1st, at
the opera bouse. The meeting will be
addressed by A M McOmie, of tbe
Amona Agricultural Experimen'
Twelve mile; of the Verde Valley
railroad grade are completed, and
eight miles of rails are laid from Cedar
Glade. Track laying will be rapidly
pushed until end of completed grade
For 150,000, A B Williams and
George Mintx purchased tbe George H
Cook property, consisting of a fifty
lrn lnt and a Loatnrv biiildinor: inat
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From Monday's Daily.
A delightful evening was spent on
Saturday at the home of Mr id Mrs
C ff Ford on Seventh and Fremont
street. Cards, games, dancing, and
at eleven a Dutch lunch wa tbe go
of the evening, and no- until the clock
struck 12 did the merry guests depart
for their rcsptcthe homer, all, about
twenty, reporting an enjoyable lime.
Cattlt Inspector lVrtcr McDonald
and wi'e returned last evening from
a week's visit to Phoenix aid Tucson.
Norman Mayo arrived from Douglas
Saturday evening for a few da)'s visit
with his family n Tombstone
At'ori ey L)mau II Hays of Will
ed arrived m the county seat last
evening on court business.
About twenty file young friends of
All n Wheeler gave him a pleasant
su'pri'e party Saturday at the home
of his parents, Sheriff Wheeler and
wife. Various garnet were played
until a late hour and a jolly good
time is reported by those who were
there. Refreshments were served durr.
ing the evening
A group of five marble mining
claims have been located and filed
upon in the Golden Rule mining dis
trict by a party of Maricopa county
rap talists, namely: Messrs E Ganz, S
C Ganz, S Obrielder Grant D Lovett.
Frank Gnebel.O X Woods, John N
llrowu and L K Ligier.
Meidames Adamson and Tester re
turned to their homes in Douglas yes
terday aftt rnoon after several day's
litit in Tombstone.
Mrs Frank Myers and little daugh
ter returned to Douglas ycterday
biter a several day's visit with frit no 9
in the county sea'.
Floyd Smith returned home last
evening from the Lost Hills oil Gelde.
I'o-imaster Frani D Crable has
rf tuiutd home ft m I'll -enix where
Iih went to take the Ian examination
h'lore the liar association and was
admitted to practice l-efore the bar,
He is buy receiving congratulations
of n s many friends over bis success in
hecomir g a lawyer as well as hisreap'
pointmeot as poetrras er of Tomb
A H Gardner returned home Satur
day evening from Tucson where fie
went to attend the Elks' reunion. H
reports a heavy rain Friday in the
Old Pueblo, and the big Elks' parade
had to be postponed on account of
heavy rain, but the Bills wore in
ample evidence and a good lime had.
Assessor E A Hughes and Deputy
11 S Ro s came in Saturday evening
from Bisbee for a short visit with
their families, returning to the big
Copper camp yesterday afternoon
Mrs Ed Husseo and little daughter
of Pearce spent Sunday in Tombstone
visiting with their many friends.
Mrs Matthew Kries of Courtland ar
rived in Tombstone Saturday on a few
day's visit with friends.
Attconey M C French of Douglas
arrived in tbe county seat on the
noon train on court business
Messrs Frazier and Hodges of B s-
bee visited in Tombstone yesterday.
Mr Fra7ier is a cousiu of Mrs John
Rock and spent tbe day as her guest
T B Grace spent yesterday in tbe
city on a visit with hi family.
Owen Williams ol Pearce is a visit
or in Tombstone tcday on a business
Si Bryant is a county seat visitor
today from li:s home at Glecson.
The board of su-ervisors will be In
regular session on the fifth ol next
month, and considerable business of
importance will be disposed of at that
time, besides auditing the regular
salary and expense demands fcr the
present month, tbe board will also
redeem wild animal pelts and bides
for bounty at this meeting.
County Surveyor John S McNeiBb
has filed several new maps ot county
roads, recently surveyed, f-r record
with County Recorder Owen E Mur
phy. According to present plans, water
is expected to be running into Saffurd
next fall. Safford's water supply
will be impounded in reservoirs in the
mountains, and will have, theGrabam
Guardian states, a storage capacity of
Chief of Police Bravin met wi'h an
accident to his right hand yesterday
which ia causing him much pain . He
ran his hand against a projecting nail
causing an ugly gash of several inches
in lengih, causing same to bleed pro
fusely Or Hugbart attended the in-
jury and the chist U now carelully !
nuxsinB bta bandatd hand.
Cochise County Officer
Makes Bold Capture
One of the mosi successful and by
far the most impO'tant capture jet
recorded by tbe Slienlf'a office was
made hy Undersber.tf Guy C Welch
Mis Grace Tarbell, the charming
and accomplished daughter tit our
former townspei pip, C It Tarbell and
wife, had b en su pt-cted uf complicity
in one of the boldest and most suc
ces'ul caies ot larceny with which the
county officials have had tn deal in
many years, but evidence was wanting
in the case. Thursday, however,
a warrant was issued by
Dan Cupid and placed in tbe
hands of uy C Welch for service
Tbe popular officer immediately leftfor
California ai. d located the prisoner at
the home of her parents at Whittier.
She made no res stance and the cap
ture was made without bloodshed, Mr
Welch immediately brought his pris
oner before tbe court, when it develop
ed that the officer was the real culprjt
in the larceny charge, favored by th
ruini ns of Cupid and a bota conspiracy
unfolded which culminated in pleas
of guilty and each gave in lttu
of the property stolen a heart as
true and loving as the one
8 deliberately taken. The court not
finding leniency for so flagrant an of
fense, both were sentenced to a lite
full ot happiness and uedded bliss.
Tbe bride is a fair Tombstone
daughter who attained the highest
proficienry in medical schooling and
received the award of degree of medi
cine. Her many attributes of woman
ly qualites and grace endears her to
all who know her.
The groom is an exemplary young
man with a wide circle ot friends and
holds the responsible position of Un
dersheriff of Cochi-e county.
The couple arrived this afternoon
and will make their future borne in
The Prospector joins in extending
hearty congratulations and best wish
es tn the happy coupie.
Attorney General BulUrd ha the
grand jury bill ready for submission
to the legislature and it will gi in
among tbe first offerings fter a com
plete organization has teen enectetl
'ibis ii the bill that is expected to re
lease the features which bind the su
perior court judges in their criminal
work, there being now no way of call
ing a grand jury, with tbe old method
requiring tbco-operatiou of the pro
bate judge. There is no longer a pro
bate judg3, so enabling legislation te
By Blooming Flowers
With the coming of the lea es and
he buddings un the trees, come the
thoughts of spring nnd of the fs
ival of spring, Easter Sunday, tbe
day of the resurrection. Easter, al
though a movable feast, aloaya comes
when nature is awakening from winter
to renewal ol life. Each day tbe sun
rises earlier; its rays are warmer and
As if by magic tbe dull fields are
veiled in tender green and the flowers
bud in the sheltered places. Easter
Sunday this year comes on April 7. I
Tombstone socie'y on that day will j
be on dress parade as has been the
custom since the camp was tir-t es
tablished aud the writers ot society
notes will have more to write about
those "ne creation bate" as soon as
the Easter parade to church and back
borne again is over.
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For Sale By Jos. Cima
For New State
The office of the secretary of ttate
has teen quite a prolific revenue pre
ducer since the adm asicti of Arizona
as a state.
Admisaion occurred just at liarvert
time lor this office, when rhe insur
ance companies pay their annusl tax.
From February 14 to dat tbe re
ceipts have amounted to close
to 118.000, with two or three ot the
largest companies yet to pay their tal
Chef at the Prison
Governor Hunt has tried his honor
plan on a Chinaman nnd it worked
successfully Tuck Hing was the
subject. Tuck was cent to the prison
alter beinr convicted of a serious in
fraction of law and has been employed
as cook at the bridge camp
He recently made application to
Tia:t Phoenix to transact some per
sonal business and asked for a guf.rd
to accompany bini to insure his safe
return His application was granted
except that portion acking for a guard
Under orders from the governor, be
was told to make the trip to
the capital city and alter completing
his business, return to ctmn and re--sume
his duties as chef. He made the
desired journey and : b.ick on the
The schools of the Webband Brrphy
districts closed yesterday.
Mrs Montano, wife of J M Montono,
proprietor nf the Leadville stables,
ha left to spend the summer at their
beautiful home in Los Angeles.
Nathan Needham and D A Wade
of Corvallis, Oregon were in Courtland
18' week in company with C LeMas
tere, ol Servoss, making a trip through
the talley, to learn the methods best
adapted to this section, Messrs
Needham and Wade have decided to
oast their lot in the great Sulphur
D I! Carrier began peddling veg
etables last week in Courtland and
Geeon, growing them at the Roper
truck girden which he has leased for
Lee Neer. a former resident of
Courtland , arrived io camp last week
coming from old Mexico, and saying
that he had tn get out ot that country
on account of the disturbances there.
PORN To Mr and Mrs R H Olson
at Webb, Sunday, March 17, a boy,
we ighiiig 0 pounds.
Charles Lockling, who has been
laid up since the last of Octobe-, as
the result of e. fall from a delivery
wagon when the horee fell, has regain
ed the use cf his leg sufficiently that
he has taken tho position of night
watchman with the Great Western
After Operation Failed to Help,
Card"., Worked Like a Charm.
Jonesvillc, S. C "I suffered with
womanly trouble," -writes Mrs. J. S.
Kendrick. In a letter from this place,
"and at times, I could not bear to stand
on my feet. The doctor said I would
never be any better, and that I -would
have to have an, operation, or I would
have a cancer.
I went to the hospital, and they oper
ated on me, hut I got no better. They
said medicines -would do me no good,
and I thought I would have to die.
At last I tried Cardut, and began to
Improve, so I continued using It. Now,
I am well, and can do my own work.
I don't feel any pains.
Cardul worked like a charm."
There must be merit In this purely
vegetable, tonic remedy, for women
Cardul for it has been In successful
use for more than CO years, for the
treatment of womanly weakness and
Please try It, for your troubles.
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tmrri Mdlclne Co . Chitunnoii. Tetin, tor Sprnal
Jnttntam. and 64-paee bnolc. "Hcm Treatmat
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