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Published Every Sunday
WILLIAM HATTICH. Editor and Proprietor
Six months . .
Tho-e who read the figures in tiie Taft and Roosevelt pa
pers showing the standing to date of their res. ective candidates
must be nlletl with doubt as to whether mathematics is the ex
art science they thought it was.
If Arizona really derived its name fiom 'and zone." it
will pretty soon be a misnomer, with all the irrigation projects
that are rapidly turning the state into an Eden. El l'aso
The county seat removal bill should be doomed and the
Cochise taxpayer given a rest.
Rullets are more plentiful than beans in Mexico just
The county seat removal bill is fraught with dangers to
every established court house in the state and its passage
would precpitate a removal fight in two thirds of the counties
and endlets and needless expense to the taxpayers.
The ill-omened, the croaker, can do a town more harm
in one minute than a good citizen can repair in a month.
Editor Frank Moore of the Williams News has it figured
out thus: "Life is not at all monotonous tiack east. They
had a schorching hot summer and a keen winter; now- it is be
ing mopped up with the annual spring floods. Yet some
people prefer to live back there to living in Arizona where
nature is serene."
A criminal executed in Kentucky's electric chair last
Friday expressed a fear that the shock would dislodge his
faUe teeth. We shall never be able to adopt our methods
of execution to the perfect satisfaction of the principal.
Other counties ol tho state are beginning to take notice
of the dangers of the county seat removal bill and additional
protest.-? will be forthcoming- should the measure have any
nro-tiect. of rassinr. Already amendments are proposed
tn thmw even renter r-afeoriiards about the fixed seats of
county government, should it be forced, but it is more than
lik-elv'thnt th. nresent bill will be killed and the incident
Tombstone promises to show .some speed on the Good
Roads movement and some of the interesting points about
the historic city brought to the attention of the tourist and
The superstitious man who adds the four figures of 191 2
together and finds that the total is 13 now feels fully justified
in considering this to bs a year of disaster.
A Chicago woman issuing a beauty doctor for $50,000
for spoiling her complexion The Phoenix Eepublisan asks:
Rut why should a woman with a face worth that much money
go to a beauty doctor
From Four Bar Ranch
W II Xeel of tbe Four Bar ranch in
the Sulphur spring valley, bas started
the first shipment ol cattle north tor
tbe Hysbam &. Xeel company. This
shipment amounted to something
over one tbouand bead. Mr Xeel
states that he will make frequent
shipments during the present month
as the cattle are gathered from the
range and daring the season will ship
something over three thousand head
of cattle, practically all steers.
Rages In Bisbee
Upon tbe hydrophobia epidemic In
the city as presented in tbe Review,
tbe city recognized the danger as-ao-i
immediate one and pawed an crdin
ance "10 prevent tbe spread of hydro
phobia in tbe city of Biabee."
The epidemic is an unusual one in
that it cornea in the sprint; ' ,De Jear
before the hot days have begun and
it is spreading at an alarming rate.
Yesterday a number of dogs were
killed by tbe city police and tbe one
that caused a panic in upper Tomb
stone canyon Thursday night was in
Even while the council war, deliber
ating on the ordinance last oiglit at
tbe special meeting, tbe city marshal
reported that an officer bad been dis
patched to a residerce section to kill
dogs that were apparently victims of
rabies and fighting.
Starting some work on tbe Lead
ville property, about two hundred
feet from tbe "main shaft, late last
week, a body ol rich carbonate ore was
cut inio at a depth of 9 feet. Tbis
week Piesident ifolinesof the Lead"
ville company let a contract to Jce
Sutherland and John Halluin to sink
60 feet on tbis new body.
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Over to Grand Jury
Francisco Mendoza, alias Francisco
Torres, eaid to be one of the mr.et ex
pert coiners nf silver peicea in tbe re
public of Mexico, was bound over to
wait the action of tbe next fedoral
giand jury yesterday by United States
Commissioner Barnes at Douglas. The
prosecution was conducts d by Deputy
United S'ates Attorney O T Richey
ofTaoon. and Eustace Dupen, sec
retary to United States Attorney Mnr
rison, who represented tbe govern
tnent. Mettdoza's bond was fixed a'
SIOOO. Xot being able to furnish tbe
amount, be is now in jail in Tomb
stone. Brokea molds of 10 cent pieces and
50 cent pieces of United States silver
money were presented to the court as
evidence. These weie found in Tor
Peculiar Birth of
Dr U II Bailey was recently sum
montd to the borne of H II Williams,
a miner employed in tbe mines oi the
Great-Western Copper company and
residing on tbe north side, where at 9
o'clock a well formed daughter was
born. Wednesday morning at SO
minutes to II, another daughter was
horn, 13 hour? a-d 40 minutes having
elapsed between tbe time of tbe first
and second birtb. There is thus the
peculiar circumstance of a pair o
twins on two separate days, the first
on tbe 30tl day of April and tbe othrr
"on tb first day ol May. Eacb bate
weighed 6 pounds and is well formed
and healtby. With their mother
tbey arn doing nicely. Courtland
aim. in i.h 4fcera r
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$ News of the State
I in Condensed Form
All Mormons liviog in Mexico have
been advised by U. S. Senator Snioot
to Rend their women cut of that coun
Thirty-three hundred bead of cat
tle, valuod at closo to fCO.OOO, are in
Tucson and are being loaded into care
for shipment to various parts of the
country. The cattle aro Sonora
steers and were passed through the
customs depattment in Xogales Tues,
Charged with tho murder of her
litt'e six day old baby girl by poison.-
Ing it with carbolic acid, Mrs Marie
Ange Xica-lanovicta lies in a mtioiis
condition at the county hospital at
Testifying before tbe Hensley con
gressional committee, E. B, Lennon.
inspector in tho bureau of Indian
afiairs, charged that a former Indian
ager t at the Sacaton reservation,
whose name was suppressed by the
committee, by falsifying accounts
with the collision of subordinates,
swindled both the government and
tho Indians out of many thousands of
dollars. Tbe case may be brought to
the attention cf the federal grand
Two bunJred convicts in the Ari
zona penitentiary at Florence have
organized themselves into a so-called
"Law and Order League." The con
stitution, which sets forth the belief
of the members in "God, prison re
form and Governor Hunt," names as
the purpose of tbe league the promo
tion of better morals and tbe abolish,
ment of crime.
Following its inquiry into afSairs at
Tboenix, relating to the Mesa Im
provement company's methods of ac
quiring the 30,000 acres of land com
posing iis property, the congressional
invest'gating committee, composed of
Representatives Henslcy, Callaway
and If anna, on Tuesday 'oak up the
affairs ol the Pacific Gas and Electric
company with relation to its contract
with the federal government for the
purchase of power from the Roosevelt
At C'ananca the postoSice depart
ment has announced that no more
mail will be accepted, destined for tbe
state of Chihuahua, and all mill ad
dressed to places in that state will be
returned to the writer This action
was undoubtedly caused by ttie is
suing of stamps by tbe rebels in tha
Struck full od tbe forehead by a
suddenly-released brake handle on
train Xo 10, George Leach, the small
eon of Mr and Mrs J W Leach of Tuc
son, was seriously injured. Tbe child
who is 2 1-2 years old, is now at the
Heidel hotel under tbe care of a phy
sician. Mrs Leach and the little boy
were starting for Bisbee to spend three
weeks on a ranch near that citr.
Edwin J Brecker, secretary of the
Trans-Mississippi Commercial con
gress which begins next week a tour
of governors in western states to in
terest them in tbe congress at Salt
Lake, August 27 to 30. He will
visit tbe Arizona executive as well as
those of Xtw Mexico, California,
Washington, Idaho and Montana.
Globe is to have a Masonic Temple,
having purchased tbe property next to
the Old Dominion Mercantile com
pany for 118.000.
The organizers of the volunteer
cavalry troop formed at Tucson about
ten days ago, consisting mainly of
men formerly in miliiary or naval
service oi the United States, havo re
ceived from tbe adjutant general of
Arizona, a reply that their applica
tion for incorporation in tbe Arizona
Xational Guard cannot be complied
with because of lack of funds to cover
tbeir equipment at a cavalry organi
zation. George Henuigan was electrocuted
and burned in a frightful manner at
Jerome. He received a shock esti
mated at 26,000 volts, which passed
through hi body. As strange as it
may seem, bfs death did not occur in
stantly from tbe terrific voltage re
ceived , but be lingered for nearly 94
hours before he succumbed.
Another disastrous fire visited Wil
liams Wednesday and the electric
light and power plant of that town is
a mass 0! ruins.
Thos X Wills ha ordered a car-
,oad of eight-inch well casing1 fmm
Pittsburg, Pa., and 300 feotof tcn-ir ch
rating from Los Ang le, with the
i .tentioo of boring two artesian wells
on his ranch, situated between Mam
moth and the mouth of ibt) Aravaina
second unit ia to bo added 'r. Ibe
Pioneer smelter at Tucson enou a
it can be secured and ins'alled, in
creasing tbe capacity of the smelter to
at least 300 tons per day, according to
an announcement made. Themelter
is now running full blt
Howard W Kemper, prominent for
many years in min'ng circles in Mr
jave county, shot himself in tho bead.
Financial difficulties and worry over
the condition ol bis wile, ho is ill in
a Los Angeles hospital, it is believed,
prompted Kemjer's act.
About forty thousand bend of cattle
have been sold and are being delivered
aboard the cars at Cutter, Gila coun
ty, during this spring's annual round
up. W A Hutch'son ol Midland, lex.;
W D Campbell id El Pas and E O
Caruthera ol Yuma, the buyers who
bave bought practically the entire
number are in Globe closing -he
many big dealsaud looking the cattle
Announcement was made of the
closing of the d-l lor the Dig Pine
mines on the Hassajampa for U14 rum
ol is'uvu, wuli a substantial p-
The hay cutting season w on at
Florence and tho farmer are now
busy in the bay fields. Tbey are gel
ting a large yield per acre and the
total tonnage, in the valley will be
large. The graincrops will also be
better than u'lial and tbe total yield
obould considerably exceed that of
The financial affairs oi the Arizona
State Mining company were, on Sat
nrday last, straightened out by the
filmg of documents in the recorder's
fh'ceat Pretcott, audit is stated tha.
work in the Tom Boy mine, Castle
Creek district, will soon be resumed.
Mark Bradley, formerly manager ol
the mines, will take charge of the
pracical work of develcpncot, and
is confident that the old mine is
about to enter upon an era of prus
How time does fly' ?orly-t viti
years ago tcday (April 27th, ISO.'-!, the
editor of the St. Johns Observer was
on the Little Colorado river, and
camped for tbe night above Horse
Head crossing in the ber.d of the rher
just below tbe mouth of the I'.io
The b'g dike along the Colorado
river in the Mobave valley is fan as
suming proportions of magnitude.
The d ko will be one of the largest in
tho west and will reclaim many thou
sands of acres of the richest farming
lands in the state. Much of the re
claimed lands will be planted to alfal
fa and cotton as soon as it is well
protected from the overfluw of the
river. Mohave Miner.
C T Jones, prei ent and treasurer
of the African Land and Irrigation
company, recently visited Tucson
where he interested a number ol
people in his company which is under
the able direction of himself and Lieut
Henry O Flipper.
There will be festivities ct San
Itavier this week, a matrimonial rev
elry. Manuel Escoboaa and Maria
Luke are to be married. Tbey are a
son at.d daughter of the Papagoes, and
were authorized Monday to enter
the wede'ed state.
Wil'iam Ca.'aoaugb of Tombstone
who '& employed by tbe feonora Xew
Co at Xcgales. has this week been a
vieiior in Guaymas, where bis com
pany bas a branch store. He was
accompanied by Messrs Lavre and
Poston, officers of tbs company who
are making their annual tour of in
gpection of all the company's branches
in Mexico. Tbe main store and fac
tories are in tbe City of Mexico. Xc
At one of the largest mass meetings
held in Xogales in many years, last
Monday night, tbe following promin
ent citizens and taxpayers were named
to serve tbe town of Xogales as city
cooncilmen: Otto H Herold, George
H Feidler, A A Doherty, Bracey Cur
tis.Capt L W Mix, W E Overton and
Tobn r Brick wood. For city clerk.
n.,w.r M.r.t.ll.r- J If Wri.ht n.wn
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ma - Hliil) and II
visor of streets.
Hon A I. Feck tuper-
The Kurn ICob Mining ciiiipnny.
owning properl) mi the Kiel distrct
between lie Cutnlinas um (lie Kii -cull,
about thirt;-five mile Iri.m
Tucson. is iifpirini! " po ente
Tbe superior court calendar was
called by Judge Couier at Tucson
Tent)-five or thirty minor raies
were et for trial. A jur as rdered
to be in leadmer May It',
Dougiat cr anibor ol coinrn re lite
been busy for iti t n, 111 connection
niih the KnrdirUod auto roil e, aiv'
has issued a map of 11 bearing the an
nouncemen s of various enterpr.smg
merchants of tbe smeller city on tbe
At Douglas, fuM Democratic, par
tint Republican nud ludei-emknt
ticket-) are in the field a the result ol
theci y primary .The cuuncilV can
v ss resulted 111 many changes from
the retuins ns first reporitd.
Superintei.dent II F Robinson of
the irrigation section of tho Indian
service, returned to Holbrouk 'n in a
visit of several wc-eks in tbe Xavaj
and Hopi country, b reporud con
siderahle progress being mde on the
plan for opeuing new sections t graz
me there, which the service 19 ork
April 2."itli there wereone hundred
nnd thirty-nine prionert in ighteen
cells 8 by (5 feet C. inches at Phoe
nix. John Van Winkle, a pioneer cf Ari
zona having resided in tliH sttte for
47 jears, arid large part .f the tin.e
in Gila county, Itli fir Pre-cott where
he has some very promising mining
Ciaims. .Mr Van inkle is in earg
of age but is as active as the average
young man of tody.
June 19 is Emncipition day ano
the col red p ipu'atiun of Gloti ti'r
looking lornaid to great do cgs in
that occainn. A Urge number ol
them met on MouJiy night and pre
pared an e'aborste program which
Kill be amplified to a great extent
A movement has just been launch
ed by the Elka of Tucson, with the co
operation of all other Elks lodges m
rirooa, for tbe election ol K M
Dickereon ot that city ai grand es
teemed lecturing kuigbt when the
Kills' grand lodge meets in Portland,
Oregon, nezt July
' The Verde Valley railroad, from
Cedar Glade to a point do.ni on t lit
Verde river, about six mites from Je
rome, will be completed by September
15, this jear, at a cost of about tine
million dollars," said Thomas Jacobr
ol Jerome, a conductor on the Uuitid
Verde and Pacific railroad.
Tbe tie luxe trains of tb.3 Southern
Pacific, running through Tucson in
1 he tarly morning tvrnce a week be
tween San Francisco and Xew Crlean
bave made their last run ef the sea
son, and have been removed from the
Mr and Mrs Wm P-yne ill change
their residence from Tucson next ate
to San Simon.
Here is a puzzle that puzzles every
body: Take the number ol uur liv
ing brothers, double tbe amount, add
it to three, multiply ly live, add tht
number of your living eisters, multiplj
ihs result by ten, add tbe numb r
of deaths of brctbers and sub
tract 150 from the result. Thertghi
rigure will be the number of dea lie.
middle will be the number of livin(.
sisters and tbe left will show the num
er ol living brothers. Try it and see.
Cause of Mexican
k herd of cattle, not necessaril) in
fected bj the fever tick themselves,
but from a suspected district, are said
O have caused tbe declaration of a
quarantine against Mexican atuck.
Up to last evening no word had
been received in connection with the
appeals sent to Washington to eitbr;
abrogate or modify the quarantine
order to some extent. The older ties
up between 30,bOO and 40,000 cat le
which were to pass through Douglas
The suspected herd is said to have
been shipped from the Hermosillo dis
trict, against which quarantine is
maintained, to Xogales, Sonora. As
certaining that tbey could no, take
them across there tbe owners are said
tn have detrained the stock and dm-
en them across country to Agun Pi-ietn. .
In the meant-me Washington had
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From Tuesday's Daily
An attempt km made Friday to
vam wrtck the lljiug machine f A
V. Williams o" !) ugl is. re niacin e
bad been taken about to mile- north
of the city f' trial 11 ghts Duru g j
tho absence o! tho guard tore vandal
cut tho silk of the planes mid rnndt
his escipe befure being apprebendtd.
The Anient Wii.nenV Ohrislin
Teirperanco Union has ngaed Mri
H K Berkley tor a lictmu lour in An
ziiim. Mrs Cajkiry i descrtl-ed a a
w jinan of f.ncelul and a tractive per
sonality, a consecrated christian, and
naa bren employed I) the Presby'er
taii church in Mistionnry work for
-fine jeire. ehe w II be lu in Tomb
one Maj 8th andOtn and d-airc ti
hold an afternoon and evening meet
ing, r-he v.i old esrtCMily live to
meet ladies interested. Further
ii'.tico of ibe meeting will bo given
in these columnfrand on the bulletin
in the l.ibhy of tho po-it office. O.
Gibnun will bave charge ol the tun
J J Poiudcxter, father of Secretary
Po'.ndexter ot the T O M Co arrived
this morning from his home in the
east mi a visit tn his son and family.
Srcre ary Poiidext r has teen quite
ih fur ome time but is convelescing
and slnaly improving.
Harry Locke, who with CD Ham
ilton 13 is issuing a pictorial map ol
the Arizona Good Roads A'sncUtion
is in the city in th interests of hip
JoikI Roads tne.i and booklet Guide,
rtus map 'e iri hue with the Cal-fcrma
a'Sicialion vuide and is rr.teting with
h any favor throughout Arizonn
TnmlHtone aill te represented ncl
and accurate h g ol the routes to nnr
from the connty neat, togither with
views of interestins points nf local in
terest will be presented
Hob Tate returned to Hibeo this
morning after a bntf vie't on court
Mrs H raco E Kenyon, nged 3!
years, died Sunday night at the Calu
met hospi al at Dn'iglas, following an
operation for appendicitis which de
veloped into general peritonitis.
Benjamin Blanco, a "paniard, fel
thirty feet doan a chute and wa
killed at the Oliver si alt of the Ct A
mining company at liisbee.
Messrs Verfu'li, Ma thiws, Pat'er
11 Krighaum and Hully of Bislee
wete Tombstone v sttora 'a-t eDini'
1 n matters hch-re tbe Arizon I.cdge
Xo 4 K of P of Ton bstone The com
mittee conferred ivith th IocaI men.
hers with reference to the establish
ment of a 1). O K K.temploat Hit
bee, secret whispering" of nhicii 'ore
tell some great and uiyttluriuud doing,
n that direction shortly, in Mitel
Tombston'tes are to take part.
Tombstone is in earnest on tin
Good Roads movement and ni I hat
he historic city routed on Borderland
TomSstnr.0 on the Borderland
Route wou d be one of the m-ted in
ter- tin points of intere-t lor tin
auto to'irist and every effort will te
made tn invito the ocean to ocean
travelers th s way,
Ai rangementa have been made forth'
probiti tion lecture ol Mrs II E Reck
ley at the Congregational church foi
Wednesday evening A 0 rd al in
vitation is extended all tn hear this
noted lecturer, mention of whom a$
previously made in these columns
GiYe-j tbe Real Facts In Regard to
Her Case and Tells How She
Jdnesboro. Ark. "I suffered a com
plete break down In health, some time
ago," writes Mrs. A. McGIlI, from this
place. "I was very weak and could
not do any work. I tried different
remedies, but they did me no good.
One day, I got a. bottle of Cardul. It
did ire so much good, I was surprised,
and took some more.
Before I took Cardul, I had headacho
and backache, and sometimes I would
cry for hours. Now I am over all that,
asd can do all kinds of house-work. I
think it Is the greatest medicine on
In the past fifty years, thousands of
ladies have written, like Mrs. lIcGIll.
to tell of the benefit received from
Such testimony, from earnest women,
surely Indicates the great value ot this
tonic remedy, for diseases peculiar to
".Rrw a sufferer? Tea?
I t"npf!nl fa th yn-rv-TT-M-na vmi naarl
e urg0 you to tiy it.
N.B tTriSta: Urs'Avb-iryD-..O.ittl-
w., , aM Ba-paf CMHr.
From Monday's Daily.
DrFShine, chief of tbe medical
staff nfth9 opper Queen hospital is
a n-iig the TLmbetunn visitors today
on professional business.
O A Taylor, formerly supeiv.sor of
Cochiaecuuntj is in the city tcday
Dr L L Miner, superintendent of
the oouoty beard of health. Is a coun
ty seat visitor 011 official business.
Secretary Hriudell of the Douglas
Chamlerof commerce and Secretary
Oray of the Warren Commercial club
were actiie members of the Border
land committee befor- the supervis
ors today Several mapa of the route
won- iiutribuled but town.
Hon' 'car Roberts, the well known
cattleman and lamer legislator from
Cochise c-un-y. is numbered among
the viaitor in the city today from his
raoch at San Simon
County Surveyor McXeish is in the
city on matters connected with tbe
survey of eeveral n6w county roads.
Dr X C Bledsoe, chief surgeon of
the Calumet A Ariz ma hospital at
Bisbee is a road booster visitor.
Harry Locke is ft visi or in Tomb
stone today fri-m Bistee.
Lr F W Randall, physic'an in
charge of the county hospital and poor
farm, was an arrival in tbe city today
C E Bell, the prominent mining
nisn ol Arizona and Sonora i in town
from UougUa ou court matteis.
'l airnan Hickey and Supervisor
Rigg are in tho citv nttending the
meeting of the boatd of oupervisore,
J -hn Seip, hustling city edit r of
the DoMglaa Internili .nal was among
tbe Dougla" road Irfio-tern in the city
today and ibe Put spector acknow ledg
es a plme-nt fraternal call.
Mi?s Slay Thiel has returned to
Tombstone from Biabee, where she
his leen on an extended visit with
relatives and friends
Justice of the Peace Monmonier
and son, Charley of Pearce, are visit"
ors in Tombstone today on court bus
iness. A Mexican "baite" Saturday night
in celebration of "Cinco de Mayo,"
was given end the local Mexicans re
port a gt od time.
Mr J E James, wiio of Mayor
James of Tombstone left yesterday for
EI Paso ot a visit with her sister Miss
Verne te Dtchelder.
Xom-nation pipers are now being
circulated in Bisbee for Reese M Ling,
of Prescott and Eugene Btady O'Xeill
of Phoenix, for democratic national
committeemen for Arizona. J. J.
iionen, nf Bis1 ee, has been prominent
ly mentioned in this connection but
no petitions have been circulated.
Proha-ly the moat extensive farm
ing oper-.tions in the valley ere ihoeo
ccniempUteti by Hannum Bros, at
their ranch near the Cienegas, south
ol San Simon. They arc installing a
6 inch centrifugal pump at tbeapricgs,
on their land, and propt se putting
( in 20ii acres in alfalfa besides other
X.ck MiCormisk, former Tomb
stoner, is ever from Bisbee terviog as
a trial juror.
Mrs John Marden returned yester
day from Bisbee where she bss been
visiting friends for a fortnight.
Ex-County Recorder C A McDonald
is a visitor from Bisbee shaking hands
-kith his many oldTombstone friends
Attorney W P Miller was an out
going passenger for Tucson tcday on
Two Mexican prisoners are bein-g
brcticht over frem Johnson ibis alter
noon by SnerifT Wheeler and Deputy
(UtTerty. A cut ing affray as a rrsnlt
of a "Cinco de Mayo" celebration oc-
curred at Johnson in sblcli several
Mexicars ere rejorted cut and badiy
wounded, one Mexican being so badly
slashed tha fears arr entertained he
cor Sale By Jos. Cimt
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