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rUBLlsUCIl rVKRY sonday.
ftru-nentt Filed With the Count)
THE RECORDS GIVEN IN BRIEF
C S PtThNT
IT S to Jacob Scheerer. land.
q c nstii
Santa F Pacific R It Co In
H Seaherg , land 100 .
O H Humm to N L Hajden,
Lowell prop 350 .
if Fletcher to A J Haven,
Douglas prop 1400 .
T J Atta ay to J H Jack,
min prop 225 ..
SATISFACTION' OF MORTGAGE
11 B McMillen from M 1.
Doug'as InT Co to A J Hav
eo, OougUi prop 1750 ..
A E Dvia to H iarhuca Wat
er Co, water r..bts, etc. 1 ..
C L Haniugton in W J Me-
Gill, Benson prop 1000 ..
LO Duocio to School Pist
No 18. San Simon prop .. 100
Arii Bank fc Irust Ci with
Leon C ritbt. auto 745 .
CERTIFICATE OF BALE
Sheriff roTSul livan, Doug
las prjp 415 3U
And levy. Picua Piumb'pg
Co s Bbe Extension
Min Co. levy on min prop. 78G 50
OBOkK Of PALE
Bset Lumber Co vi V and
Ida Kline, D luglas prop .. 2771 SO
BILL OF BALE
J E Ward to Mrs W II Har-
rel Jr. livestock 1 ..
K E H1R1GAUE
M Robertson to State Mut B
4 L Ann, Douglas prop .. 700 ..
sheriff's notice of levt
Mm & Mer Bank Bisbee v D
J Spites et ui. levy on min
prop 576 05
K Dukes o W J Shrura.
Douglas property 10 .
A W Sherman to C L Sher
man, land 100 ..
J II Sabiu to 8 C Sabin , Und 5 . .
H G Booth to A B Booth,
BAF.GAIX AND BALE DEED
Cochikc unty to Pacific Imp
Co, Benson prop 10 .
Pacific Imp Co to Cochise
county, Renern prop .... 10 .
QCIT CLAIM DEUI
W II Hamilton to A M Ma
honey, land .......... .. 1
' MIXING rE' D
Hn W B Kennedy to B J
Ames, min pro- 2500 ..
BJ Ann to Boeckler MinCo
min prop 1 ..
A Boeekler to iloeckler Min
Co, min prop... 1 .
C Helzinger to Boeekler Mio
Co, mio prop ..... 1
C L Sherman to W H Na
tions, land 130 ..
A Kambeitch to R L John
won, Douglas prop...... . 10 ..
A 3 Haven to E 8 Usilbraitb
Douglas prop 10 ..
L E and B Doughterty tn 0
Y Webb, land 10 .
BAEOAIN AND BILE DEF.IJ
C Bale to H J Magarrsll,
Douglas prop 10 ..
Wins Salary Suit
Judge Phillip of Phi nix yester
dap rendered a dciii"D in tilt Ca-e
brought by SneritT Adami against the
board ol supervisors ol Maria-pa coun
ty. In the controversy) er hi saVry.
M the time In- entered upon bin ,l
rice, tb- tUn was$00 , hat sala y
n. Mug attach d lu the llice on the
abolition ol the fee "jslem by the last
Tfe Maricopa euperv isors lait sum
mer reduced the eaiary to 4tH 0. It i
was the contention of the sheriff that
the tc aid had s xceeded tie power in
asmuch as the territorial law had n t
hen repealed nd i.o other legislation
had besn ennctc4 touching tho mat
ter ol the salaries ol count) officiate.
The case was heard two eeks ag .
In bis decision the court sustained the
.ew of the thir.ff.
Mexico Asks to Re
move Wire'ess Station
Viewing with suspicion any land
ward aotivity on the part of the U S
Cruiser, Vicksburg, now iu the (ill iy.
mas bar tor. toe Mexican govern
ment has requests 1 the Randolph
bne management lo remove th wire
less eta'ion which the 'Vieltburi;"
erected in Empalme recently. The
wirele3 n installed on land Icr
prac ical purpoiee chiefly.
'Ihe request was made thrcuph the
nudumi of the Southern Pacific f
Mexico fu'r the reaeon that tho ton
O' Empalme cooei'ti mainly o' the
property of the railroad company.
Mc'ihur Bro are crowdine work
on tbe Fort Huichuca E P i S ei
tecmon and the Tucson extension ol
the same road. There are about nine
teen n.il s of tr ck yet to he con
Mructed on the Tucron rod ind the
switch will te fiuiihed 6" me tirre
next month. The contractors are
now loading ballast at Douclaa. arid
the roadlu-d 19 living ballasted down
an fast as the trackmen put in the
The II lach'ica extension will alto
oh com plt-ted next mouth, according
to Mr Hitcbcuck, who is ta charge.
Indians to Adopt
Another chapter in the Mohave
Apache Indian case on the Fort Mc
Dijell Indian reservation!
Under 'be heidline of Apacbes
adopt white brother" the I-o Angeles
Tim s prints a special dispatch Iron
Chicago, -aying that for the first time
in cistory an Indian 'ribe is going to
adopt a white man and make him nee
utbeiriU). The dispatch says in
'Joseph W. Latimer, tho Chicago
lawjer who-avedthe Mohave-Apache
reservation for thee Indians after a
threatened attempt to make it a na
tional park aid transport the Indians
tn tl.o was'es of Salt riyer, is the man
tobeadopttd Chief Yuma Frank,)
head of the tribe, is now in correspond
ence with Gen R Pratt, the ''White
Fa her of the Indiana" regarding the
final letails c! the ceremony."
Head; is Recovering
Shot completely through the head,
the bullet entericg ar the temple and
coming out on tbe lelt side of the
bed near he top of the ski.ll, a Mex
ican federal soldier at Naconri, is
rap dlv recovering. The man was
woundrd iu ihe bafle of Frooteras,
and at the time it was sot thought
tin.aiKlufnr him In arA IPI..!. :
.i. . v. e. . T i
ftm na that lha tmllat vnnst !.-.
....... B ., ..... ...v vu...v .uusv u-,-
passtd tnrnugh wbere th-re should
be brains, and that th- case is tbe
mo t rearkable that baa ever come
under tbeir observation. I it thought
possible that the missle grazed some
bra n ti-sne and did out arTrct th-
From Monday's Daily.
Judge 8u tei of the Miperinr court,
I ft thin murnir'c lor "oga es, Santa
Crux County where h- will pnstdo tc
sevrral litigationa v herein the duly
presiding judge finds himso.f disqual
ified. Col II L Pckett is in Pho'nix,
wh'ther hit businea baa taken him
iu legal mal'rra t-eturii the supreme
c urt of th slate.
Marshal W. K Meade, for thirty
years prominent iu mining of ibis
section of Arizona, has gone to Pata
ironia, where he will look alter min
ing interests 'or several days
Court Interpreter GalUrdo returned
today from Doug'as wbere be was on
a brief usiness viiit.
Recorder Murphy and wi'e returned
yesterday from a brie visit to Bisbee
F .S Wulcott &ud A 11 Gardner left
yesterdt-y 'or Phoenix, being sum
moned as trial jurors in the U. S.
court, called lor toay.
Mrs A W Hoe returned yesterday
from an extended trip to friends and
relatives at San Diego
Mr Antonio Uiacoma, accompanied
by his wife, spen' jesterday in Court
Und and Gleeson. Mr Giacoma -tales
that hn found condit ons in Cour land
on an upward tendency, and the eis
er camp, Gleeaon, put on aits that
are suggestive ol & live, community
Gleeson is under the hammer not
beiug sold out or "knocked," but
growing at a promiscious rate. Thp
town is c ming tn the (runt at a rate
only in keeping ith the possibilifes
that its known miueral assurances
guirantee. The Gleeon section and
Dragoon mountains are becoming
more and more attractive as each sue
ceeding diy uncovers the riches of 'be
Rev II A Oeck left today for Tempo
af'er holding services at the Congre
gational church and delivering an
able sermon from tho pulpit last even
inc. The chorus choir rendered an
excellent mu-ical program, the choir
rnmpriiing the Misses Josephine and
Lorine McPliersun, Leona Tracv.
Edna Xevins Effie Davey, and Mes-rs
Gull, Arthur and Ernest Ivey, McMa
hon snd Prof Jenkins
''Woman's suffrage is coming and
that within a few years in the eastern
states. I don't want tn tee Arizona
all behind in this regard, after set
ting the pace in other way.
Apropo of "Columbus Day" last
evening was made a happy culm. na
tion of a big CTent. John Ronebetli
a prominent aDd h ghlyesteemid mem
mber of tbe Italian colony led tn tin
matrimonial alter Miss Rosa Duraz'i,
one ol Tombstone's comely decendent
of the Dons of pioneer periods. The
event was not wholly unexpected and
wh-n the ceremony .nok place las
evening, a largo number ol friends o
the groom and bride were present to
bid tbera bun voyage upon the aus
picious sailing upon the matrimonial
sea. Immediatiately alter the nup
tial ceremony the guests partook of
aeuwptioua eddmg supper, follow
ing which tbe liuht fantastic was in
dulged in up to the wee ims' hours.
The terpiscorean exerc!ss were led
off by Frank Pay la and Frank Bla z
in reritahle dreans of tbe cotillion.
The couple will moat likely continue
t beir 're-Idem e in Tombstone and tbe
groom will give tbe maj r portion of
bis time to extracting precious met
als from out th depths of the Dragoon
. YanillC anti PoHorale
IaHU,S anQ TeUeraiS
A band of Yaqois lumbering 300
had an engagement with the federal
! force of Lieut. Varqnex at L Cabana,
18 Tiles from La Colorado Friday af
ternoon. Lieut, Vasquez and four of
his n en were killed and one soldier
was wounded. Ibe loss of lbs Yequit
' ' DOt kn0""-
I Col Giron left La Colorado immedi
I ,.. with reinlorcamenta.
To Open School
for Chinese Children
I-111 King Le o' San Francisco a
a missionary working under the Hap
list Punlication g-iciety of Philadel
phia has orrivrd m Tuoson to open a
srhol 'or the clu'dren of his race.
He bring- tth him bis eutir family
suthcierit tu forir a iespert, hie uu
cleus. There are Ruth, Mala, Isaac,
David, Miriam and Ester Sura, besides
his wile Wong Slue.
Over 1500 au'nmobileowocrsin Ari
zona are daily committing violations
if a stat law for which each one can
be prosecuted and sent to jail for nut
more than thirty dajs, or fined a sum
Less than 9 H) owners have register
ed their auto, in compliance withjthe
law that went int-i tflVct September
The Gare'te says it ie estimated
that there are uver 2500 automobiles
in this st-te A vreat many owners
are very carel-ss about complying
with the law. Registrations and p
plications for numbers are being re
ceived very slowly at tbe office of S.d
ney P Osborn, secretary i f state
Evidently there are many au'oisis
who do not know of tho existence ol
by Rebel Band
J 'I Cameron, a cattle-ttiyer and
welt koown in Arizona ami Cochise
county , bas been captured by rebels
simewhere in ihe vicinity of Cases
Gran leg, Chihuahua, and his fate is
u iknnwn. Steps are to be taken to
rescue him if still alive.
An El Paso dispatch says:
A shipment ol f 1.200 in coin was
sent in a a pecial train today from
Pearson, Mexico, to -"an Pedro, near
where John T Cameron is held I. r
ransom by lnx Salaztr, rebel gener
al. The rebels came down from the or
iginal demand if 15,0C0 EGPollv,
his business aseocia e, is a prison r
Nothing has been heard from Ar
thur McCormick, foreman fnr the Pa
Inmas ranch, who is also held captive
His friends have sent money for his
ransom overland by way of Hacbita,
In Supreme Court
The Santa Cruz county election
contest mil come up before tbe Su
preme court this morning on an sp
lieal from the decision of Judge Frank
Bazer, superior judge of Yuma coun
tr, who eat on tbe case in place of
Judge Duffy, the superior judge of
S-nta Cruz county. R R Earbart,
the Democrati': candidate was electtd
tn the position on the face of the re
turns but 'be vote was to close that
ten votes cast for Earbart, if cist for
H K Cbennweth, tbe republican can
dida'e, would change the election.
he trouble occurred in what Is
known as Monrey precinct, where
Chrnowetb claims the e ection was
illegally held Tbe vote in this pre
cinct was 12 to 2 in favor of E-rhart
S L Kingan of Tucson represents
Cbenoweth, who look the appeal.
W A O'Connor of Negates, appears on
the brief for Earbart.
Goes to Beyond
Judge Joseph D. Belbune, known
throughout Arizona as a capable jur
ist and bonorable gentleman, died in
Los Angles last Tuesday, after an ill
ness of several months. Judge Be
tbune was In 1893 appointed an as
sociate justice of tbe 8upreme court of
Arizona, in which capacity be serve.!
tbe people of tbe territory in an able
manner fur years, having Lres'ded on
tbe bench in Tombstoue and was
highly regarded and et teemed.
From Tuesday's Daily
Clerk- R S Maciay ol the Board of
Supervisors is busy preparing tbe sup
plies for tbe cotniug election on No
vemler 5th, which will be forwarded
J the election boards in ample time
(jr the election.
Four machines were the unite of tbe
stone rolling "machine" that re
pa rid the rual Iroii Bi-hce to Here,
ford Sunday. There wrre nly twe'v
en in the parry hut there were no
drunes among tbem and the road was
repaired for its entire length
II K S'reet, general manager of tbe
Biquillas Land and Cattle Co was a
Tombstone visitor today, ccming from
Arizona's largest ranch, with head
quarters 10 mi es from Tombstone, in
his auto. Mr Street makes frtquent
business trips to tht, county seat and
with a new auto, recently acquired,
wil doubtless make visits here more
trcqutn Iy hereafter.
The date of the McN'eal fair has
been chanced from the 21th of Octo
ter to Thanksgiving day, on account
f tbe farmers being too busy at this
time harvesting their crops.
The two-year old son of Mr and
Mrs Braley, formerly of Tombstone,
now of Douglas, had the misfortune to
break bis lelt leg a few dsya ago while
Mrs Braley and the cnild were visit
ing friends at Mesa. Mr Braley went
to Mesa to accompany them borne,
arriving home yesterday.
Arthur Heney, Mayor of Fairbank
was a Tombstone visitor today being
bi first visit after four weeis of en
forced confinement to his room be
cause ol injuries sustained in an acci
dent on the motor car at Fairbank.
He is yet obliged 'O ue crutches but
recovering rapidly under treatment
o! Or Hughart of this city.
D. P Hicirey was an outgoing
passenger today for Bisbee.
J C Hendricks is over from Court
land on a brief t usiness visit.
Refuse to Pay Taxes
A most ingenuous and novel letter
has been received by the Arizona tax
sum fission from tbe Cudabv pople.
Theyexplan that they do only a
ranj-state b-isiness through Arizona
nd that during the last year their
rs traveled a total of 30,000 railea in
'his state. As each car averages 200
miles a day, there whs just half a c.r
in Ariz na all the time, or one whole
car half the time.
The claim Is mad? that the excise
tax law of Arizona, appropriating
'even per cent of the net earnings of
private car companies to tbe state is
The Pac'fio fruit Exp-e-s claims
that it did nn intra-atate business in
Arizona and it will net pay this state
a cent in taxes, though it total earn
ings were ft ,794 030. TheSanta.Fe
Refrigeratnr Dispatch confessed to
1110 in profits from its Arizona busi
ness last year. Swift & Co say that
hev merely lease their refrigerator
care to railroad companies.
To Establish Branch
Office in Arizona
DM Gillan, representative of R G
Dun snd Co., Mercantile agency,
with headquarters at Los Angeles, is
touring Arizona in 'be interests of hi
gency and was a Tombstone arrival
Mr Gillan t rings encoiusging reports
of tht increasing comraerc al develop
of the new sta e, a condition especially
noticeable since Arizona became tbe
As an important integer that Ari
zona is commanding the attention of
tbe businesa world, may be mentioned
the fact that R G Dun & Co. wMl ea
tablish a permanent branch office
within tbe state. Mr Gillan who baa
many years experience with the Com
pany in the executive department,
will have charge of the Arizona agency
nd as aoon as ea ablished. will devote
bis entire time to Ibe new Arizona
A tborongh map of all portions of
Arizona wbtcb can be traversed by
aut-mobile. showing la colors tbe
best roads, and, as it were, separating
tbe s-.eep from tbe goats of highways,
will be issued shortly by tbe Clason
Map compaoy of Denver.
JudginSutt99 Haptiste Caretio I
D', II L DunardCr. Injunction.
Suit No 198. Scott Bradei, vs Fi
Co; debt in sum of
Father Time, upon some occasions,
lingers in tbe wildwood, but it ails to
be stated that the bearer of tbe scycle
was ever remiss iu his steady tread.
It is more than 400 years since
Columbus took Queen Isabella's dia
monds and hiked across a pathless sea;
it as longer ere Arizona paid just
tribute to the daring navigator who
found this recluss for the weary, the
energetic, and those who would give
comfort to tho world. All nationali
ties followed Ibe wake of the intrepid
sailor, since which eventful epoch an
empire that defies all mankind and
challenge-! all the poa-ers of tbe con
tinents, has prospered an 1 bids to
Saturday wa"Coluinbus Da" in
Arizona, tbe first of a continual anQ
unlimited series, becAuee.forcOiib, t
re an appreciative people, and ''Col
umbus Day" will be, henceforth, a
legal holiday, proclaimed so by stat
ute. All of which is appreciated by ihe
general public, hut not observed more
patriotically than by the Tombstone
Itali&n culony, who made it h dny lo
"Columbus Day" will henceforward
mark an event in tbe hiturv of our
nation, and Tombstone will continue
to give duo recognition.
In. the year ending September 1 the
resources o' tne 53 banks, state and
national, in Arizona was 3,z71,2t4.74
This is the showing presented by the
latest report sent out from the office
of J. C. CalUgban, state bank con
In Cochise county the L.ink re
sources amount to IS per cent of the
entire state totaling 5 ,315,013.80 so
that the financial importance cf the
county ie made the more sinking by
Will Hear Case
The action brouzut to test the le-
gality of tbe formation cf an irriga
tion district in Caa Grande valliy
has been continued until October 24
when Judge Sutter of Cochise county
will bear tbe case at Florence.
Milton MoWhorter. at present mak
ing his headquarters at Benson, but
recognized as on? of tbe leading
oil experts as well as one of tbt lead
ing hydraulic engineers of the coon
try, is very favorably impressed with
northern Cochise county as a pros
pective oil field.
In an interview in the Dispatr'i Mr
"I think so much of it that, witb
my associates, I have located shout
30.000 acres of lard in what ialnnwn
as tbe Lost Hills Basin oil field My
cbif object in coming to Dotiglbs n
to interview Mr S'ovall and Mr Sea
man, to see if we could not make
some arrangement whereby we could
join issues in prospecting tbegruuod."
Tbe Arizona Oil Company, a Co
chise county enterprise, has a well
down to a depth of more than 1,000
feet, but was compelled to stop be
cause of lack of funds. It is prob
able that some arrangement can be
made whereby the work can bo con
tinued. A bond amounting to abcut f 80,000
has been taken on tbe Chief group of
twelve claims in the Patagonia dis
trict by George B Hosier and asso
ciates or Kansas uny. Abe claims
are in the Patagonia district and are
owned by Bracey Curtis cl Kogalea
tod E E Betbtll of Patagonia.
O'the 165 acres under cultivation
at theSacaton Indian reservation, 90
acres will be divided into9 acre tracts
and allotted to the boy students, two
tn.ys ros-aeh 10 acrs ol Und Tbeir
tiros wi 1 b- divided each s udent
ik iu bah a da and attending
school tbe other half.
The cops will be diversified on
each tract and under the eupervision
of W O Hodgson, who is instrumental
in bringing about this plau. This is
tbe first time it is to be tried and as
the students will share in the profits
of the sale of the'r produce, its suc
cess is assured.
While they have not decided just
what percentage ol the profits tbe
students will receiye. each one should
have, at the eud of the school season,
about -f If 0 apiece.
The heads of the department at
Washington will watch closely the re
sults obtained and will no doubt es
tablish similar plans at tbe other
Harry O Allen, a private of Troop
C Fourth Cavalry, who says that be
is a first cousin of Sidna Allen, the
noted Virginia outlaw, who with rela
tives shot up a Virginia court, is in
jail at Fort Hutchuca, charged with
robbing a Chinese on the reservation
of 1275, and robbinf the owner of the
Sutherland ranch of 12.
Allen was on a west bound train
when he was arrested Sunday by
Deputy Sheriff Allie Howe and re
turned to the fort, where Jne will be
held and tried en the charge of rob
bery, the government bavingjjurisdic
tion, ai the alleged crime was com
mitted on tho reservation.
Rcwatds totalling $100 will be paid
to Deputy Sheriff Howe. The China
man reatauranteur offered a reward cf
$50, snd the government offers a
reward of 150
a Quiet One
The city campaign continues on the
even tenor of its nay and the candi
dates of both parties, as well a the
electors, are conducting a friendly ri
valry in the contest for boners and
are unruffled by tbe prospects of a
"hot campaign. ' The Democrats are
"lined up" in a "solid pbalanx" like
wise ' flying wedge" and are at "atten
tion" for the first "call to politic.!
arms" for the "battle of ballots."
THE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES
W F Kucbenbecker, the democratic
choice for chief executive is a popular
and successful Tombstone business
man, who would bring to the munici
pal administration a practical com
mercial knowledge and succeeslnlly
carry out progressive ideals of Demo
cracy, of which he is an able expo
nent Geo Bravin for Chief of Police car
ries witb it tbe primary endorse
ment of n.any years of faithful and
efficient service as peace officer of
Tombstone, an enviable record upon
which bis candidacy rests.
For the council the nrmes of II. 8.
Roes from tbe first ward, E A Hugbes
second, Harry Rafferty third and
Paul Smith fourth rwards is presented
rerec'.ive Democratic ward aspirants,
who are capable ..young men, active
and fully alive to the requirements of
Masons Will Meet
The Arizona consietory No I, An
oient and accepted Scottish Kite Ma
sons of the southern jtiri'diction of
i the United S ates. Orient of Tucson,
valley ol Tucson will meet at Tucson
October 17, IS and 19 and confer tbe
degrees op to the 32nd npoo the can
didates who will go there from all oyer
tbe state. Tbe class this year will be
tbe largest for several years.
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fraudulent saostsiKs. s"-.ti-t.o or
counterfeits! Gcciiiiv-tabicts ump
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