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PUBLISHED ETEBY SUKDAY.
THE RECORDS GIVEN IN BRIEF
LBindCA Cornell to Q W
Kaiser, Cochise prop 50 .,
Bridget and Martin O'Malley
to Mrt M E Tarrebooe, Bis.
be prop 1
bill or KALE
John Gleeeon to W A Cum-
taingS, cattle 10 ..
W W Catea to Wm A Com
miogt, land, lite atock.... 1000 .
tATuriCTiox or mobtoaoe
Bank of Dooglaa to J A and
Mary M Finney
Donglaa Inr Co to L B Dagan
Douglas prop 4 10
Int Land A. Imp Co to H E
Dugan. Donglaa prop .... 390 ..
J Klin toT Brown, Donglaa
prop ......-..... 10U
J M Hall to Mrt M Humph
rey, Neoo prop. .. . -
Q C. DEED
J Burtwe'l to J P Cuntreraa,
Dooglaa prop 50..
J H Bryant to Brooke-Cooper
Furniture Co, lornltnre .. 123 60
B Clement to tame Co, fur
niture 1000 ..
F E Blacklidge to J O Locg,
BATIIFACTIOS Or MOBTOAOE
R E Boot to B O Bobioion..
W K Dawson to J A Fens
CERTIFICATE OP IALE
Sheriff to AC Marion, Will'
oox prop ............ ...
Sheriff to J E Bacon, Tomb
atone prop ...
Q. C. DEED
J W Wallace to DSantellanee
BABQAIX AHD BALE DEED
H 8 Pacheco to L M Pacheco
Benton prop 10
BILL or BALE
J S Paebeeo to J M Pacheco
EBPirtleCo to D Oibeon
B.D Martin to A J Haven,
Dssglas prop .....,..
For Bale. J E Wilton to J
Harrison, Douglas prop ..
J Korpp with Cop Qoeen Con
Min Co, mln prop
O G Booth to J T Paxton,
gATUT ACTIOS Or SfOBTQAOS
J F BUoghter to A B Magee
HL Johnson to City Nat
Bank El Peso, Tex, steers. 2000
W 8 Nichols to J F Cowley,
OGibsoatoFidSA L Attn
Warren prop 3964
claim or possessory xioht
Mil M Sawyer, homestead . .
Jewapn A Bebio, homestead
H ANiebolstoTitle In &
Treat Co, Dooglaa prop .. 1600
V A Doaeher to A O Bach-
aaaB, land ........
O AMsw. to' ToWo . Coenput-
- '' "
ing 8cale Co, scale 170 .
J Brll to arue Co, scales ... 50 ..
B McKeen to Bowen & Hub
bard, Bitbee prop 254 CO
J E Morrison to Bowen and
Hubbard, auto 655 ..
J P Barrego to W B Henry,
Douglas prop 1000 ..
Prov Mul B A L Attn to K
I. Dunagan. Douglat prop
AReduttoH B Falconer..
Mrt L Hasselgreen to J Bebb
FM Wa'tsto JS Graham,
Douglas prop 75
Q C DEED
0 J Raltton to H Geotner
min prop . 103
J J Gandy to W Noonan,
land...... .......... 1 .
D 8 to Wm Storey, land....
Relinquishment. J J Ess try.
M Wight to J M Gomalea,
Pearce prop 350
C J Ralaton to HJE Cooper,
min prop 120
Ed McCoy to W E Wilton,
Biabce prop 125
PJohnton to loledo Com
6cale Co, ecalea 180
J Tren to Toledo Com Scale
Co, tcales 290
Mrt M E Blunt to Brooke.
Cooper Furniture Co, turn'
SATISFACTION Or MORTGAGE
Pror Mat B A L Attn to Wm
J Litchfield to O T Roath
John Korpp with Cop Queen
Con Min Co, minet
POWER OF ATTORNEY
Title Guar 4 Surety Co ap
points RG Htllman atty .
Title Guar fc Surety Co ap
points W J Bennett atty..
Court Cases Filed
Suit 273. Lynne E Byera va R F
Suit N? 276 filed. Ben Morgan vt
S J Miller. Suit to quiet title
Est E T Fitch; W Holmea. F Mae
lereon, R Richardson appraisera.
Est and guardianship Stedman
minora, decree final account, discharge
Eat T Ayala, Bank ol Donglaa ap
Eat Elita 8cbmid. Notice to cred
itors. Est Fred Horn, order confirming
tale pertonal property.
Est Angela de Hansen; J W Logan
Est H B Hanscom, order confirm
ing tale real ettate.
Suit 276. W M Lethbridge vt Anna
G Lethbridge; divorce.
Judgment in Suit 189. Gutsie
Colhorn Dr. Ben X Williams Cr. jodg
for f 1500, foreclosure."
Est Donglaa Owent; decree aettle
meat annual account
Eat Thot Bager; order posting no
tice application Isttert. 1
Eat B D Terrebone; order pablith.
Uhiog notice for letters.
Est K M Cerovieh; decree settling
Est H C Holbrook; E W Graves,
W W Lawhos and S Kone appraisera.
'it What T6U As, fort
-. ;ou asKfor Cascarett Carui
L.-z be turc you get ti-a,
Jenutcs tablets lUunped C C. ( .
Never sold in balk. A sabsrJtntor if
tlwars a cheat and a iraad.
D dnaggists, toe
From Monday's Daily.
Mrs Arthur Heoey atd her ritter,
Mitt JobnioD, tpentSandayin Tomb
stone, returning to their home at
Fairbank in the evening.
Assessor E A Hughe returned yet
terday from Yuma where be attended
the Arizona Attestors Convention,
the report ol Ibeir doiogt baviog pre.
vioutly appeared in these columns.
Mr Hughes etatee a mott successful
meeting was had and will be prclifio
Frauk Ramaey was an incoming
passenger from Douglat yesterday
and arranging a cattle deal.
Wm Lutley returned last evening
from Blsbee where be was on a brief
Attorney Ed Flannigan, who was
here an court business! continued on
to Phoenix today on a legal mission.
Judge D W McFarland on Saturday
nnited Mr Barney Beach and Mrt A
Wight in the holy bonds of matri-
mony. Tbe couple left fo Chiton
where tbey will make their home.
Mrt L F Kuchenbecker and ton left
this morning for Tucson on a brief
vieil with friendt.
Superintendent King of the E P &
S W, was a Tombstone visitor Satur
day evening evening on business con
nected with the railroad system.
Cashier Cbarlea McDonald of tbe
Oitizens bank and Trust Company, of
Bisbee wit in Tombstone yetterday
on a brief visit.
Joseph Stamfeld of Gleeson was in
tbe city today on mining butineet.
A H GarJner, general manager of
tbe Huachuca Water Co tie an oat
going passenger for Tucson today on
matters connected with hit company
Tbe local lodge ol Koighta of Pyth
ias meets tonight In Csstle Hall in
Deputy Sheriff Harry Refferty ar
rived from Bowie yesterJay with three
prieonert who were held over to tbe
superior conrt and will sojourn in tbe
f Hotel Wheeler until the trial jury in
vestigates tber cases.
Mrs P A Venne. wife of the band
leader, appeared with tbe Indian
School band when it met Vice-Presi
dent-elect Tbcmaa R Marshall and
wife at the Pboenix station. Mra
Ver-ne plays a tszaphone, and ta re
membered by Tombstone residents
when Mr and Mrs Vrnne had charge
of the Scbieffelin Hall here. In tbb
Shriner parade at Los Angeles las
year she was the only woman player
in all tbe bands that appeared in the
proceaiion, Tbe Los Angelet papera
gave ber a lengthy mention in the
write-ups appearing about the band.
Children Under 16
Permitted to Work
(A recommendation that children
under sixteen years of age be relieved
01 ecnooi uuues so wore tor a liven
bood nnderepecific conditions will be
placed belor tbe legislature for incor
poration in the compulsory education
act. The recommendation bat been
drafted in Tucson hy the legislative
committee of tbe state board of edu
cation wbieh met at Tucson recently.
Tbe recommendation it to tbe ef
fect that a child may be permitted to
work, under sixteen years of age, if
sufficient reason lor ao doing ia sbcwa
before a board who will take the ease
jfor Arizona Farmers
The University of Arizona an
nounces at w weeks' short court in
agriculture for tbe farmers, beginning
February 10 and ending February 22,
The aim ol tbe coarse is to afford
the farmers of Arizona, at tbe leaat
possible cost of lime and money, an
opportunity to benefit by tbet lectures
of tbe staff of experts familiar with
tbe problem t of agriculture in Ari
zona. The farmers' demonttration
I train baa carried exhibits and infor
mation to thousands throughout tbe
atate and tbe university now affords
farther opportunity to those who esn
visit the camput in return.
Lecture will be offered la horti
culture, agronomy, plant breeding,
entomology, animal boabaodry, dry
farming, farm mechanics and farm
From Tuesday's Dally
A rain visited tbia section today,
which is unusual for ibia time of tbe
year but is welcomed just the tame.
Mist Jane Ford returned last even
fog from Mtricopa being called here
on account of tbe seriout Illness of
ber brother. Earl Ford, who it very low
A H barduer was a returning pa
seoger from Tucson last evening,
making the round trip to tbe old
I'seblo in one day.
Notices have been received in
Tombstone from tbe Ariiona Good
Roads Association at Prescott, des
ignating Febmary 10 as the date for
the annual meeting of tbe associa
tion. The meeting will be held in
tbe board of trade rooma in Pboenix.
A O Flickender, of Do Jglas, was a
Tombstone visitor todsy. Mr Flick
ender ia enroute borne from Patagonia
which district he ttatet it one of tbe
most promising io?tbe state and it
enjoying much mining activity.
The development at Patagonia ia ex
ceeding all expectations and a mar
velous future it in ttore.
Attorney II C Beumber ol Douglas
it in tbe city on court butineet.
Mies Emily Axtell returned last
evening from Douglst, where the waa
on a visit with her sister. Miss Helen
Axtell and friendt.
One of the regular coaches and
combination baggage cars used on the
Tombstone run, baa been eeot to the
abopt for repairs.
Mr L M MoKinley, the insurance
adjuster who has been in Tombstone
several days leltthis morning lor Tuc
son, where he is called to adiuat a
havy fire loie in thai city.
Tbia is good weather for ducka
Tbe city street lights are expected
to be installed within ten daya and
the council are considering an exten
sion of tbe tyetem.
Harry Kendall, manager of the
Kendall Land and Cattle Company, is
in the city from tbe home ranch in
Taking in the
Sights in Tombstone
Mr Lamar M McKinley, insurance
adjuster .for Arizona district with
headquarters at Phoenix wat in tbe
only Tombstone todty. This waa bis
first visit to tbe historic c'ty with
tbe sepulchral name aod did not find
things at greasome at itt name might
indicate. The genial inturance man
paid a visit to the Prospector office,
abown tbe ponderona presses, intro
duced to the office deyil , permitted
to glance at tbe printer towel, and
marveled at the intricacies ol tbe
gunoyeack filing system installed here.
Mr McKinley found much of interest
in the city and was delighted with his
Marries Girl to
Stop Law Suit
From Mesa cornea tbe story that
rather tban stand t-ial for stealing
two ringa belonging to Luisa Salcido,
Ramon Figueroa married Ibe girl.
Luisa swore out a warrant charging
that Ramon bad stolen her jewelry.
He waa brought back to Mesa from
Buckeye and Luisa visited him in
bis cell at the jail. During that in
terview she made him an interesting
proposition, If he would marry ber
tbe would not preaa the charge. He
agreed . ,
Plan to Cultivate
Cochise's Ex-District Attorney,
John S Williams, together with ae
eocistee.haa taken np tbe propoai
I tion of'placing 1200 seres of land on
tbe Cass Grande district under irri
gation and cultivation.
Mr Williama ia now in Phoenix.
He, together with bis associates, own
800 scree of land in the Caaa Grande
district and other parties own 400
acres. It is understood tbat tbe en
tire twelve bundled acres will be
combined and tbat an irrigation and
improvement company to operate tbe
tract will be organised.
-tJEES LAXATIVE C0U6I SrRUF
CU.VSJS) CBWHSj MP C9LBS
Fictitious Names on
Mail Must Stop
It has often been stated by pott
office employes tbat many lettera
pan through tbe general delivery
windowt of the pcitoffioe addressed to
others tbsn those who call for them
Thia practice of nalng fictitious names
upon mail ia subject to heavy pun-
isbmenl it tb postoflice authorities
care to lo'low the matter up.
In a recent interview published in
ibe Bisbee Review, Postmaster Caitidy
of Bisbee, declarea tbat tbe practice
matt atop. Tbe Beview says:
"The privileges ol the genersl de
livery window have been to abused in
tbis retpect that a atop to tbe prac
tice ia going to be made," laid Mr.
Ctsaidy yetterday. "Both men and
women are having letters addretaed
to tbem under false name and then
calling for them. I bare issued in
structions tbat in the future these
letters shall not be delivered. Tbe
matter will be taken up with the
poetomce department in Watbington
Escape From Pen
Two convicts escaped from tbe pen
itentiary at Florence Saturday night.
Tbey left on stolen horeea and are be
lieved to have headed lor tbe Mexican
George Towntley and John Oldbim
are the names of the etcaped convictt,
tbe latter being tent from Cochite
county for cattle stealing and jointly
convicted with James JHerron at
Towneley it described aa being 29
yetra old, 5 feet 7 inches in height
and weighing 136 pounds. He bat
blue eyes, ligbt brown tair, a aoar on
the right aide of tbe bead and a
three-inch scar on the left tide. Four
of hit upper teetb are crowned with
gold and be has a vaccination mark
on bis left arm.
John Oldham is 22 years old and
5 feet 8 1-4 inches tall; bis weight is
127 pounds. His eyes are dark blue,
bis cnmtlexion fair, and his bair
black. He stands very erect. His
left hand is broken and his fingers
are bent at tbe second joint.
Governor Hunt instructed Warden
R B Sims of the penitentisry to offer
a reward of 150 apiece for the capture
of Oldham and Townaley.
How tbe two conviota etcaped it
not known They got away at night
about 10 o'clock, one riding a black
horse and tbe other a gray.
Word waa received yesterday from
reliable sources to tbe effect that the
rebels who were located between Ha
cdf nucb: and Nacozari, Sonora, ear
rended late Saturday under guar
antee of amnesty.
Tbe rebel forces consisted of about
75 men and were under tbe leadership
of Major Frederieo Cordoza, and Cap
tain Rafael Cabellas. They are now
held aa prisoners of wsr in tbe fed
eral camp at Mocteruma.
Tne rebels, npon their surrender,
stated that tte rebel forces were un
organized, with no real leader at tbe
present time, and for thia reason
kr fw tbat tbey could not accomplish
anything. Tbey said tbey were tired
of roaming around tbe country loot
ing and stealing, and preferred to re
turn to work in the minea aud otbei
pUcet where employment wis of
Causes Many to Flee
A Guadalajara, Mexico, dispatch
Tbe volcano uf Colima broke into
violent eruption last night. Thous
ands of people ars fleeing from tbe
Tillages and ranches in tbe vicinity.
It is believed tbat there has been
some loss of life in tbe remote settle
Too railroad station agent at Zapo-
titlie abandoned bia poet during tbe
night and reports tbat volcanic sand
covereo tne tracks in places to a
Am . K nf Aw 1 f S
Ji-teropHon0,"m",diofoolEoers, twenty tin. of
occurred ia 1903,
New Mine Act
A Waabington dispatch tayt:
Tbe law under wbich the federal
bureau of minea it operating wat
broadened today by the paatage of a
new act by tbe tenate extending to
tbe metal industry tbe functions that
the bureau now exercises over tbe coal
induatry. The bill requires only tbe
tignatnre ol Preaident Talt to become
With Office Seekers
A Watbington dispatch sayt:
Arizona it about the only ttate in
tbe union tbat hasn't dozens of ap
plieanta here for positions. Senator
O'Gorman of New York meeting Mark
Smith in the cloak room said "How
is it Mark, tbat Arizona is Dot send
ing delegations to Waabington for
poaitiont? Haven't you any men out
there tbat want office?" '-Well sena
tor," replied Mark, "our people io
Arizona are too busy building high
ways, school houses, canals, etc, to
waste time in such foolishne t, but
my colleague! propose to see to it
tbat our atate will be properly repre
teated in tbe democratic administra
tion," Tbe New York Senator paid a
nice complement to the good
sense and intelligence ol Arizona citi
zen! who pi iced such implicit trust in
their representatives: Tbe demo
crat! in both branches of congress
favor tbe prompt removal of all re
publican official!, no matter what the
date of ibeir commissions may be,
and it is thought tbat Preaident Wil
ton, while beia not in any tente
radical, will liaten to tbe advice ol tbe
repreaentative democrats of the ooun-
try. Tbe Arizona Federal Judgship
is etill in the air. Tbo friendt of
Judge Sloan have given up all hope
of confirming bim, bat are working to
have the president give bim another
position that would take bim from
tbe ttate. How tbit will work out it
problematical aa yet.
Reports Rebels Again
Newt wat brought to Douglaa Sat
urday by a Mexican cowboy nsmed
Jose Antonio Barcelo, who cams di
rect from tbe Bacadehuaci, Sonora,
district, tbat tbe rebels were over
running that country and had sent
word to the town that it must sur
render within ten dayt or it would be
attacked and taken. He could not
give tbe namet of tbe rebel leaders,
but declarea tbat there are "seve-al
thousand" well-armed rebels in the
country of wbich Bacedebuachi ia the
Baroelo is ao old time cowby in tbe
neighborhood, and when aaked how
tbe sitnstion compared now with that
of six months ago, when the rebels
were making ao many rsidt in Sonera,
be said there are 100 timea as many
rebels tbe now as then, He tbinka
tbe town will surrender peacably be
cause of the fact that there are not
enough people to put up effective
retiatence and tayt there it great ex
citement all over tbe district which is
A Washington dispatch eaya:
A provition to pay $71,000 to ten
persons injured by Mexican bullets
fired across the Internstional bcrder
in battles near El Paso, Texas, and
Douglaa, Ariz., was made in a bill in
trodoced io tbe seoate by Bmith. ol
Arizona. The claims have been
recommended by a commission,
Arrested on a
Charge of Smuggling
A Mexican named Vincente and a
Chinaman named Yee Woo, were ar
retted 8unday morning by Inspectors
Ralph and Creigb ton. Woo is a Tuc
son Chinaman and he will be tried for
conspiracy in tbe offense for which
tbe Mexican was arrested, smuggling
opium into tbe United States. It ia
alleged that Woo distributed tbe con
It was learned Saturday by custom
officers tbat a shipment of opium bad
crossed tbe international line. When
l.i n.l...2.1 -- -l-u.f -.I .
opium were found in his possession.
iFrom Wednesday's Daily
Mra L C Woolery was an incoming
, passenger from Land thia morning
J on a brief visit with friends.
i L D Perkinson, tbe well known
sbirl maker it a Tombttooe arrival
today on bis regular rounda,
Sam Kirthner it circulating among
Tombttooe business men today, hav
ing arrived last evening.
J T Thompson came in today from
Wolcott camp in the Huaobucat.
County Surveyor J S McNeish waa
a brief county eeat visitor today on
Last evening at tbeir coty home On
Allen and 1st streets, Recorder Mur
phy and wile entertained a number of
tbeir youog Tombstone friendt at
cardt, garnet, and dancing. Singing,
roth vocal and instrumental was also
had and delicious refreshments served.
All present rtport baviog an excel
Wm Cowan, tbe well known cattle
man of tbe Sulphur Spring valley, is a
county teat visitor today.
County Attoroey W G Gilmore left
tbis morning for Phoenix to argue the
famous Cochise justice of the peace
case before bafore tbe supreme court
The tracks ot tbe El Paso &. South
western, on the Dew branch line to
r'ort Huacbuca have reached a point
about three miles from the post and
rapid progress is being made. All
of the piles for the treetles have been
driven, and tracklaying it in progreat.
Ihe ttate veterinarian, aided by tbe
bureau of animal iuduttry and its In
spectors, will commence a campaign
against the cattle tick which flonrish
e in Cochise and other southern dis
tricts. Tbe cattle will be dipped re
peatedly at certain intervals until
the tick is completely eradicted from
Dr Looney, chairman of the f.ata
board of health, at Pboenix, writes J
A Howell. city clerk of Docglas, that
the smallpox epidemic in tbe capital
city is under control. There have
been 60 cases there, according to tbe
In court today two youths who
were arraigned in tbe juvenile depart
ment of tbe superior court were given
a lecture by Judge Sutter and per
mitted to go tbeir aay pending good
Wm Tate, one ol the defendants in
the stud poker game at Lowell en
tered a plea ol guilty and wat fined
f 10J which wta paid.
" ? J
On a Visit
With the intention of securing
ranch lands tnd cattle, it ia stated;
with one deal of large proportions in
tbe offiog and likely to be oloted in
tbe immediate future, W J and Wal
ter Wilson, of Boise, Ida., have ar
rived in Cochise county on a visit of
inspection. Tba pending detJ, while
the exact location ol the property is
not made public, it aaid to involve
one of tbe larger rsnehea of Cochise
county, and, in caseof consummation
the payment of a large sum for land
Cattle Food From
Sawdust a Success
Preparations aie being made for the
estublishment in Austin, Texat, of a
large plant for converting sawdust ln
to outritiout stock feed.
Recently information was received
by Del Walker, of Austin, tbat a ma
chine had been ii.vent.'d and was in
operation in Austria for extracting
the native elements cf Ur, pitch and
turpentine from aawdur.t leaving aa
residue very nutritious substances
consisting of sugar and fitter, Tbia
remaining portion ol tbe sawdust is
converted into a stock feed produot bjr
adding 40 per cent of cottonseed
Mr Walker tent his brother, T B
Walker, to Vienna, Austria, a few
aesks ago to make a thorough investi
gation of the new process. In a re
port be has just received from bis
brother, it it stated that the ma
chinery for extracting the injurious
elements of the tawdust works per
fectly; that there ia no doubt tbat tbe
discovery it all that has been claimed
for it and its introduction in thia
country will be of great importance to
tbe livestock interests. Arizona
stockmsn will watch the experiment
I with interest.