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DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Jldent Paper in Arizona Establish,-.! HH.
Published by Journal-Miner Company.
J. C. Martin, Editor and Manager.
ME1BEK OF ASSOCIATED PRESS
Medical circles in Vienna are great
ly interested in a report, communi
cated to the Viennese Society of Phys
ciaiiti and read at a recent meeting of
the Imperial Academy of Science, to
the etfect that a long st audi up case of
MNT was cured by radium rays at
the clinic of the late Prof. (Jusseu
Uiuei. The patient, who was til years
of age, had long suffered Iroui caucei
The Los Angeles Herald is making
a vigorous kick against ;the collection
of a poll tax calling it iniquitous.
The Journal -Miner fails to see any in
iquity in levying tribute on a citizen
of the United States or of a common
wealth to help pay the expenses of
maintaining the government. In Cal
ifornia the poll tax amounts to 2 per
roar. An man who is unwilling to
Offlcial Paper City of Prescott.
Entered in the Postoffice at Prescott. Arizona,
aa Second-Class Matter.
of the palate and lip and had reat-i pay per year towards the support
edly been operated upon fruitlessly. of the government is unworthy of the
He wa- exposed to the light of radium j privilege aud high honor of American
bromide, the strongest radium prepa- citizenship.
THE DAILY JOURNAL-MINER it puollsncd
1 even day in the vear except Sundavs and
THE WEfcKH JOl'RN A.L-MINER is published
every V edneada . at PRE SCO I
County Seatot avapai county.
ration iu existence. There resulted
a gradual ami complete disappearance
of the tumors. Physicians at the
same meeting reported that radium
rays ha 1 cured a case of melauosarco
ma a tumor containing a black or
other dark colored matter
eral cases of red mole.
George Wood Receives
Cut Exposes Tellurium Ore
in Two Hundred
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Pick aud Drill is the name of a new
mouthly publication iu San Fran
cisco, devoted to the mining aud oil
interests of the Pacific coast. The
tirst issue has been recieved at this
office aud has a tine healthy appear
ance, both as to the quality aud
quantity of its editorial and news col
u m us and the liberal patronage be
stowed on its advertising columns.
Typographically it is a beauty also.
We welcome it to the office.
Senator Spooner appeared at Madi
son, Wisconsin, recently in his old
time form. He persuaded Hepreseuta
tive Balk'ock to relinquish the idea
of becoming a senator, laid plans for
aud sev- the re-election of Postmaster General
I Payne to the national committee and
I generally promoted the party liar 1 Superintendent George Wood re-
ruoiiv. then he slipped away to rest : cejVed a .telephone message last even
in his beautiful New Hampshire sum- jU(? froni the Chicago mine, on (.room
mer home. Creek, that an important strike had
I just been made in the property, and
There are indications that Speaker j oue which makes him feel pretty
to be L aunon will take a hand in the
financial legislation at the next ses
sion of congress. Mr. Cannon is him
self a banker and he has indicated
that he does not believe that a small
coterie of senators should fix the fin
ancial policy of the nation.
Lilobe- Democrat. . .
Sau Fmnc;sco Ohronicle
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About 0000 men employed by the
I'nited States Express company have
volunteered chuuks of cuticle to re
plenish the missing skin of Assistant
(General Superintendent Wilson Kred
; ei ieks, who was badly scalded last
j February. He is a popular man, evi
; deutly, but he will look like a com
' posite photograph when he gets
! through. And maybe the complexions
won't all match.
Senator Lodge has promptly aud
effectually settled the rumor that he
will be chairman of the republican
national committee. He points out
that he has bis hands full with the
Alaskan boundary arbitration aud,
moreover, Mr. Hanna has no intention
Under the above caption the -New
York World expresses the opinion that
since the best use that can be made of
gunpowder is to burn it on the altar
of peace, the tons of ammunition that
have been destroyed in salutes by the
American and German squadrons at
Kiel have not been wasted. We may
hope. continues the World, that
they have ended the absurd tension
which mischief makers succeeded in
creating between two kindred nations
that have no reason to be anything
but the best of friends.
The exceptional honors paid by the
emperor to the American fleet have
given the cue to the German uewspa
pers. They have forgotten their ad
vice of a few months ago to receive
onr ships with cold formality, and
now are bubbling with enthusiasm
over the American sailors and their
vessels, which have "passed through
the ordeal of Are and are in the tirst
rank of the navies of the world."
It all shows how much can be done
by a little display of good will. As a
rule, a nation, like an individual,
will get from the world just about the
kind of treatment it gives. It can
have friends or formal acquaintances
or enemies, just as it pleases. And a I
"naval demonstration, " according to
the spirit in which it is conducted,
can be made to promote one of these
ends or another.
The Filipinos are maintaining that
lererish desire to learn English which
they manifested from the start, and a
recent writer estimates that there are
now at least "-OOii native teachers hand
ing out a wild and wooly brand of
the language to hordes of enthusiastic
pupils at day aud evening schools.
The prospect for ratification of the
Panama canal treaty has casued re
newed interest and exertion on the
part of would-be members of the Pan-
uu.u vu. v.ouam.ss.ou. ruouu.-. persollallv inspect the rind
air tue presioeui ne uas retired ui dis
Oyster Bay home for the summer.
The strike of the Lowell cotton
mills cost the employes more than
?l,i"0.000 in wages, and they are
now returning to work without hav-
j ing gained anything. Evidently it is
J the part of wisdom for men and
i women who think of going on strike
! to look before they leap.
The following is a list of letters re
maining in the postoffice at Prescott.
Arizona, for the week ending July
good. In sinking the working shaft
iu the mine the ledge was lost at a
depth of about l.V feet on account of
the ledge dipping at a slightly greater
angle than the shaft. When the 200
level had been reached Mr Wood in
structed the workmen to cross cut for
the ore body. This was done aud
when shots were fired last evening a
flue ore body was exposed at a dis
tance of only aliout seven feet in the
cross cut. Several large chunks of the
ore were taken out aud from all ap
pearances the ore body had improved
considerably with the last 60 feet, or
since it had left the shaft. A very
important feature of the strike is that
the ore is of a tellurium character.
The same as it was above which indi
cates that this character of ore is a
perniaueut feature of the ore body.
Mr. Wood left today for the mine to
going be wired the good news to Chi
cago, to Mr. Clark, who is oue of
the princial owuers of the property.
For the year 1902 3 there were 1294
white boys, 1260 white girls and 22
colored children of school age in the
county, making a total of 2522, or 30
more than last year. The enrollment
for the school year was 1950 and the
average attendance was 1175. There
were 725 children of the school age
who did not attend school at any time
during the year.
The schools throughout the county
were very satisfactory and the work
done will compare favorably with any
district in the southwest of its size.
A Killing at Douglas.
A special telegram from Douglas to
the Los Angeles Times contains an
account of the killing in the border
town, on July 4, of a desperado named
Bill Smith. The deed was committed
by Constable Date Graham. Some
time in May while Graham and Con
stable Vaughn were attempting to ar
rest a man the latter pulled bis gun
and shot aud killed Vaughn and
wounded Graham. The latter was in
the hospital until about July 1. No
description was given of the man who
did the shooting, whereby he could be
identified but Graham said that if he
saw him again he could recognize
him. The man named Smith was seem
by him shortly after he got out of the
hospital aud he made up his mind be
was the man he wanted. He followed
him into a saloon and told him to
throw up his hands. Instead of doing
so the desperado attempted to draw
his gun but Graham anticipated his
movement by shooting him in the
neck from the effect of which he died
two days later. Graham is satisfied
that the man he killed was the mur
derer of Tom Vaughn. It is not even
known that the dead man's right name
was Bill Smith as but little was
known of him.
Wonders and Beauties
of North Land.
Return of R. E. Morrison From a
Visit to Alaska Impressed With
Its Beauty and Richness.
Business of County.
New Jersey is Hrmly of the opinion
that it pay6 to be the "home of
trusts." During the fiscal year New
Jersey has profited to the extent of
1900,010 in fees and taxes from corpo
rations which have received their
charters within her boundaries.
The Ohio democrats are talking of
running Tom Johnson for governor
I with a view to defeating Senator
I Hanna in his next race for the senate.
: This is pretty hard on Jobusou whose
political aspiriations are certain to be
I snowed under by the inevitable defeat
1 that awaits him.
A telegram from Minneapolis says
that more evidence of flagrant fraud
in food products has been unearthed
there. The state dairy and food de
partment has learned that corn cobs
and the bark of walnut trees are used
by some manufacturers iu the prepa
ration of adulterated maple sugar. :
Of eighteen samples of maple sugar
analyzed since January 1. Assistant
George L Diugmau says a very small
per cent has been found pure. The
man who will adulterate the top I
dressing for the breakfast buckwheat ;
cakes should be drawn and quartered.
Mr. Cleveland told a Texas newspa
per correspondent that he would not
be a candidate for re-election. But
when be found that the correspondent
' had sold the interview to a number of
eastern newspapers the Sage of
Princeton promptly repudiated it.
Allen. Kdgar K
Carver, J R
Cooney, J T T
Duyer, D J
Ericson, C W
Garrett, A R
Hoge, S E
James, J J
Lester, Miss F
McDouald, R F
McKeough, J B
Showson, Wm A
Walters, Mrs H
ship of between 130 and 150 members
by July 15, at which time the initia
tion fee will be raised from $25 to $50.
Those who desire to take advantage of
the $25 rate had better see the secre
tary, Harry Majors, before that time,
as there is so much ground to cover
that the committee may not be able to
see all wbo would like to join the
club. From the interest so far dis
played by the members and the will
ingness with which they are puttiug
iu their money shows that the club is
going to be a hummer, and the mag
nificent new quarters will be furnish
ed in a splendid manner.
The German people were so fright
ened by the announcement of the
Kaiser that those who voted for the
social democrat candidates would
have him "to deal with" that they
elected more social democrats than
Allen. Mrs James
Bartlette. I J
Cox, H N
Dongan. Wm P
Everts, K A
Gee, S B
Irwin. K C
L-ster, F P
MeCabe E Mer Co
Me Fall, S
Orr, A E
Wan less, F A
Wills. W E
Will it, Elmer
Parties calling for any of the above
letters will please say advertised.
A. L. Smith, postmaster.
The Tombstone American has shaken
the dust of the city where it was born .
from its feet and has .moved to Doug- '
les, where it will hereafter be publish
ed. Tombstone has not proven as
fertile a field for the paper as its pro-
prietors had anticipated. We never 1
could understand how a newspaper
publishing such an ungainly illustra
tion in its heading as that Schietfelip
monument is, conld succeed. Now
that the paper has removed from
Tomlistoue this will prolnthly be elim
inated from the front page of the pa
er. It is ugly enough to hoodoo any
There has been another fearful riot
iu the French chamber of deputies.
Ouc deputy bit another on the bead
with a wad of crumpled writing pa
pty. It is getting almost as danger
ous to be a deputy as to enagge in a
The peculiarities of department of
i agriculture seed are now accounted
for. It appears that the contractor
has wilfully cheated the department
aud will forfeit sin. out) of bis pay as
A Teunessee woman claims to !e the
daughter of J. Wilkes Booth and
claims to have been born in IsT.'l.
This is simply the revival iu another
form of that ancient chestnut that
Booth was not killed after the assas
sination ot Lincoln. The story hobs
up every few years. A man named I).
E. George, who died recently .in Ok
lahoma claimed to be Booth. He
probably thought so. but wa.- no doubt
A SURGICAL OPERATION.
is always dangerous do not submit
to the surgeon's knife until you have
tried DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It
will cure when everything else fails
it has done this in thousands of
cases. Here is one of tbem : "I
suffered from bleeding and protrud
ing piles for twenty vears. Was treat
ed by different specialists aud used
many remedies, but obtained no re
lief until I used DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve. Two boxes of this salve cured
me eighteen months ago and I have
not had a touch of the piles since."
BL A. Tisdale, Summertou, S. C.
For blind, bleeding, itching and pro
truding piles no remedy equals De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Sold by
Brisley Drug Co.. Corbin A Bork.
Execution Date Fixed.
The Sauta Fe railroad at Needles
was iujured by the recent high water
to an extent that it will be necessary
to build about two miles of new grade
further away from the river bank.
Dr. Lorenz scored seven successes
out of eight operations in Philadel
phia which is a rather larger per
centage than some of his recent de
tractors can probably boast of.
Hon. Hank Wattersou'.- uukindest
idea came to him last week -when he
bunched Cleveland and Bryan as tar
gets for his peppery remarks. "One
of you has an axe to grind, the other
has a grievance. A murrain o' both
your houses. One of you wrecked us
in port. The other has led us iu two
successive wild goose excursions.
J. Pierpont Morgan is a great pro
moter but the luckless newspaper re
porter wbo is sent to interview him
soon discovers that Mr. Morgan is no
promoter of newstaper copy.
It is a noticeable fact that the Pan
ama canal negotiations have lieen ex
pedited ever since a few American ua
val vessels arrived off the Columbian
The indications are that Prescott
will have a hanging this mouth.
Judge Sloan has fixed the date of the
execution of the Goddard murderers
for July 31, aud has ordered the sher
iff to exceute tbem between the hours
of 10 a. 111. and 1- m. o'clock of that
day. The death watch was put over
them several days ago. There is no
indication now that there will be any
interference with the administration
of justice in this case. Should they
be executed on the date set it will be
a new precedent in the criminal his
tory of the territory, as it usually
takes two or three years at best, and
iu the greater number of cases the ex
ecution never takes place. Should
anything interrupt the prompt execu
tion of these cold blooded assassins it
would lie a shame aud a disgrace to
Ever since the
Farmer Brvan has
Stand aside, each of you. and give the wn0 made
party a chance. "
Governor Pardee of California, has
appointed Guy Barham of Los An
geles, as bank commissioner against
tbe advice aud consent of General
Otis of tbe Los Angeles Times. Will
the batteries of the Times lie trained
on Pardee now as they were on Gov
ernor Gage, when he refused to take
orders from the hero of Caloocan'r
felt like the man
through a threshing machine.
A monument to Pasteur has just
been unveiled in Paris, chiefly as a
testimonial to his discovery of a pre
ventive of anthrax among cattle.
Kansas City has a new hotel called
"The Lohengrin :" it is patronized
by honeyroooners aud devotees of
The democrats are discussing the
advisability of adopting turn the
rascals out," for a campaign slogan
next year. But by the time the stren
uous boot of the adiiiinistrat ion has
been applied a leiv more times there
will Ik- iio rascals left to turn out.
Senator Hanna will not resign fr 11
the chairmanship of the republican
national committee but will work en
ergetically for the election of Mr.
Roosevelt which he says he "coiifi
deutly expects. "
Aii occasional whistle comes up as
a reminder that Dave Hill's peanut
roaster is still doing business at the
William P.udolpb. oue of tbe Union
Mi 01111 liank robliers and murderer
of Detective Scbumaker, has escaped
from the St. Louis jail.
The buard of regents, at its receut
MHtaa in Tucson, had sixteen application-
for position of president of
the university to consider.
An ludiauapolis man has been line,!
$6 for hugging a young lady employe; Chicago is blessed with 47(rJlaw
of his twice. Three dollars a hug may vers. And yet if the lawyers had
Iw cheap or it might be dear, depend -truck instead of the waiters who
ing upon tin subject. woaM have cared I
THE FOUNDATION OF HEALTH
Nourishment is the foundation of
healtb,life strength. Kodol Dyspei
sia Cure is tbe one great medicine
that enables tbe stomach and digestive
organs to digest, assimilate and trans
! form all food into tbe kind of blood
that nourishes the nerves aud
feeds the tissues. Kodol lays the foun
dation for health. Nature does the
rest. Indigestion, dyspepsia, and all
disorders of the stomach and digestive
organs are cured by the nse of Kodol.
j Sold by Brisley Drug Co., Corbin t
The Los Angeles Times contains the
following notice of the death of the
late Mrs. N. C. Shekels:
SHEKELS In this city. July 4, at
1:15 a. tn.. Belle 11., dearly beloved
wife of Noah C, idolized mother of
Harry C, sister of Mrs. J. F. Meador
of Phenix. and A. S. Skiukle of Pres
cott, Ariz., in her 4tith year. Friends
of tbe family are cordially invited to
attend the funeral from her late resi
dence, 37H South Hill street, thence
to St. Vibiana's Cathedral, where a
solemn requiem high mass will lie
celebrated for the repose of her soul.
Monday at 10 a. m. Interment at
"Leaves have their time to fall.
And flowers to wither at the north's
Aud Stars to set. but all. Thou nasi all
Seasons for thine own. oh Death."
The board of sujiervisors have been
at work for two days on county bus
iness all the members aud the clerk
The report of County Treasurer
Storm of the amount of taxes collect
ed during June was checked and
The treasurer's report was submit
ted showing a balance on band Juue
of $12,122.18, the balance on baud
Juue 30 being $2,518.83. While there
was only a small difference iu the
balances at the beginning aud close
df the month, a large volume of busi
ness was transacted and a large
amount of mouey taken ,in aud dis
bursed. Amoug the principal items
of the receipts were: Sale of school
bonds. $8050: licenses $ooj.80: per
sonal property taxes, $2000; school tax
1903, $1500: taxes 1903, $245.11: sale
of school house, $200.
Among tbe larger amounts of dis
bursements were: refunding interest
to territorial treasurer, $1:104.09;
school fund warrants, $6531. 19; build
ing fund warrants school district.
No. L $4947.04; court orders, $592.35:
expense fund warrants. $6)5. 10; treas
urer's salary. $550; deputy treasurer,
The report of J. B. Jolly, superin
tendent of schools, was examined aud
found correct, showing warrants i.-
sued as follows : general school fund.
$11,573.38: building fund $7751.80.
His claim for $382.00 salary and office
expenses was allowed.
P. J. Farley reported receipts of the
recorder's office for the quarter.
$2129.80, as follows: April.$714: May,
3013.90; June. $024. 30: certified co
pies, etc., $177.00.
Tbe sheriff's report of licenses col
lected duriug the quarter was as fol
lows: 114 gambling licenses. 10,
$3420 : 41 saloon licenses, 1st class,
$50, $2050; 9 saloon licenses. 2nd
class, $40. $'100: 47 saloon licenses,
3rd class, $20.$94O; 'M station licenses,
$12. $408 : 5 wholesale liquor, 3rd
class. $75, $375 : 3 wholesale liquor,
4th class. $30, $90; Pack peddler li
cense, $75: 1 wagon peddler. Sll ;
The treasurer was directed to re
fund to Sisters of St. Joseph the sum
of sixteeu dollars ($li 1 on account er
ror assessment 1!02.
At Tuesday's session of the board
of supervisors tbe resignation of D. E.
Thomas, as justice of the peace at Oc
tave was accepted.
P. H. Wright was appointed over
seer for Road District No. 30.
Report of Wm. Thomas, superin
tendent of hospital and inor farm,
for the month of May, 1903, was re
ceived and tiled.
Bills were allowed as follows:
O. Crawford, out door relief, $10.
E. C. Averyt, deputy recorder. $75.
Beu Coon, deputy recorder, $75.
G. M. Dotson. deputy recorder, $75.
P. J. Keohaue, deputy recorder.$75.
M. A. Lawler, deputy recorder, $75.
J. H. Robinson, clerk of board.
J. P. Storm, office expense, $100.91.
H. Walsh, gardeuer. plaza, $80.
J. H. Kohiuson, out door relief,
Western U. T. Co.. 312.08.
Postal Tel. Cable Co.. $23.:i.
Jno. Snyder, out t'oor relief. $10.
Tbe following claims having lieen
audited, warrants iu payment of the
same were ordered drawn on the ex
peuse fund, towit :
E. S. Clark, district attorney, $250.
C. P. Hicks, probate judge. $100.
P. J. Farley, recorder, WML
Jos. 1. Roberts, sheriff, 31000.
D. (J. Sinclair, supervisor, $250.
Fred Stephens, siiiervisor, $250.
The treasurer was directed to refund
to Geo. Zika the sum of teu dollars
on account assessment 1903.
M. Agard received a telegram this
morniug bringing the sad information
that his daughter. Miss Cecilia Agard,
had passed away last night at the
' home of his brother, in San Francisco.
The news came as a great surprise to
him as he had received a letter from
her only last night saying that she
was much better than wheu she left
here about two weeks ago.
She had been poorly for several
months aud on tbe invitation of ber
uucle had gone to San Francisco hop
ing that she might regain her former
health by spending the summer there.
She was accompanied bf her sister
Miss Laura Agard.
Her father moved to Prescott from
bau I- raneisco about two years ago
aud is at present connected with tbe
wagon making department of F. G
Brecbt's blacksmith and wagon shops,
Duriug her residence iu this city
Miss Agard had made many warm
friends who will be grieved to learn
of her departure from this ilfe.
She was 21 years of age. She will
lie buried in San Francisco tomorrow
Hon. R. E. Morrison returned last
evening from bis visit to Alaska. As
attorney for and a stockholder iu tbe
Mitchell Mining company he accom
panied Geo. Mitchell and other parties
to the "land of the midnight sun,"
on mining business. Aside from tbe
business features of the trip in which
they were successful, Mr. Morrison
says it was one of tbe most delightful
trips that be ever made or that it is
possible to conceive of. From tbe
time of leaving Seattle until their re
turn it was one continuous view of
ever changing and interesting scenery.
The steamer took what is known as
tbe inside route through tbe almost
interminable chain of islands which
extends along the coast and hence was
never out of sight of land and most
of the time bad laud on both sides
Accompanying them on the trip
was a Mr. Robertson, a wealthy man
of New York, who is interested in
copper mines in Alaska and was en
route to visit them. During the course
of conversation it was learned that he
was a cousin of J. R. Beatson, of this
county, and Mr. Beatson's brother
was tne discoverer of the property and
a large owner in them still.
One of the points at which the
steamer touched was Kaiak, which is
near the recent I v discovered Alaskan
oil fields aud where a gusher was
struck last fall, the oil being the
purest ever discovered as it can be
taken right from tbe well and burned
in a lamp without refining. Another
well is being sunk, and excitement
is running quite high. He tells of
an amusing incident in connection
with these oil fields. When oil was
struck last fall, he says that thousands
of acres were located aud staked off.
Later n tne season, alter mere mmu l jj dom'tlilw tte)ider jroall tMte
been a heavy snow fall, a new crop of ()f tne winP
oil prospectors came along and caught
BECAUSE THEY WERE MELLOW.
By Dr. S. M. Wright.
When wicked old Satan first came to
the earth, -He
worried a woman for all she was
He gave her some apples and said they
Not only for knowledge, but also for
" 'Twill strentben your stomach and
open your eyes
And make you both healthy and witty
And thus he palavered and captured
For he was the Devil to lie and deceive.
She believed the old rascal, because
they were mellow,
Then ate more or less and gave some
to her fellow.
Now he was in love and he couldn't
Like other young fellows he was a
Here Satan skipped out; he vanished
And left tbe poor lovers to come to
And now my young fellows come
listen to me;
Please open your eyes and see what
you can see.
You think that poor Eve and her fel
low were sold;
That yon are too smart and such
h ick - are too old :
But now if you'll listen. I'll give you
Of plain common sense that some 1
older ones lack.
Tbe Devil used apples first, as an ex-1
But now he's fermenting and selling!
He fixes it slyly in ways tlrat are
Secured the Best.
An American traveling in Europe
noticing that some of his fellow trav
elers were receiving more considera
tion than he was at hotels and rail
roads ventured to consult a waiter on
tbe subject In telling of bis exper
ience he said :
"Why is it," 1 asked, "that this
man, and that man, and tbe other
man are shown so much courtesy and
"Ah!" said the waiter, "they
have been decorated. One has tbe
legion of honor, tbe other tbe golden
eagle, and that one the order of the
star. All gentlemen having decora
tions are given the utmost considera
tion." "I saw the point, and bethought
me of an old inauguration badge I
had with me, which I had worn as
chairman of some committee. I dug
it out of my trunk and pinned it on
my coat. It was about ten inches
long and three broad and as gaudy
and tinseled as a dozen orders all in
one. No one knew what it meant,
I ut it was a decoration, and as
such carried me all over Europe in as
fine style as if it were an emblem of
tbe noblest order of the old world."
Indians Wage War.
Meiudl.out door relief,$4.10
Taylor, out door relief,
A special to the Albuquerque Citi
zen dated June 30 says that some Na
vajo Indians on tbe night of June 24
went to the Paguate Indian pueblo
and a bloody fight followed.
Tbe Navajos were intoxicated and
rode into the Paguate Indian pueblo
with tbe intention of wiping tbe vil
lage off the earth. Their Paguate
brothers fought like demons, and the
Navajos retreated after all kinds of
threats had lieen made.
Yesterday afternoon the body of Jos
Knsiuo, an Indian of some wealth,
wits found at tbe bottom of a deep ar
roya three miles from Laguna. Tbe
body was all marked up, it having
been beat with .-tones and clubs. The
trail leading up to the arroya showed
that the murdered man had been rid
ing with two others, and if theypre
from Laguna, they were prcroably
dealt with in the same mnaner. Eu
sino bad been missing since June 20,
and buudreds of bis friends have been
: searching for him. His horse return
ed with the saddle covered with
blood. The Indians here are excited
up to the upper notch. aud they blame
the Navajos aud swear they will have
There has been bad blood between
these two Indian tribes for a long
time. There are no new facts iu the
case up to this afternoon.
Lawn Fete Last Night.
I To Cure a Cold in One Day
I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. e ncjb
Seven Million boxes soW in past 12 months. This Signature, S-jy7
in Two Days.
County Superintendent J. Ii. Jolly
has just finished compiling the school
census ot 1 avapai county and a glance
over tbem shows that there has been a
slight gain in the county notwith
standing the fact that the schools at
lerome were liadlv crippled o n ac
count of the long close down iu Hint
camp caused by tbe terrible miuo fire
last year. There were also two or
three other places where the attend
ance was considerably less. Had it not
been for this fact the showing for
the year would have been a very good
There are 40 school districts in t h.
couuty employing ill teachers. In
1001-2 there wt re 120"i boys and 121.''
igrls. white, aad 1, in,- colored chil
dren. making a total of r?lt Ollillliw
of school age in the eomit). The
average altend::licf. syhito
the total enrollment araa 1986.
the fever and proceeded to locate tbe
ground again, driving their stakes in
the snow, tbe stakes of the original
locators being buried beneath it and
not visible. Another snow fall occur
red of from three to five "feet more
and another corps of locators came
along, and drove more stakes on the
last crust of tbe snow. Tbe tangle
bad not been settled wheu they were
there, but another well was being
sunk, and in case of striking oil in
tbe new well, additional excitement
One of tbe peculiar features of tbe
country, to a person from tbe lower
latitudes was tbe fact that daylight
was continuous. The party being
there during the month of June wit
nessed tbe longest day of the year, iu
that latitude mid .Mr. Morrison says he
could see to read plaiuly at
without any artificial light.
At Valdez Father Quetu and himself
were invited by an army officer to
take a trip to Columbia glacier on a
government launch. This glacier is
out of tbe ordinary route of travel,
aud while but little is heard of it, he
says it is the grandest and most awe
inspiring scene he has ever witnessed.
The glacier forms the shore of the
ocean for a distance of several miles,
rising perpendicularly from the wa
ter's edge to a height of 500 feet.
Their boat stood out from shore quite
a distance and about every two minutes
ne said a pie ot tne glacier, con
taining thousands of tons of ice
would break off with a roar like 400
claps ot thunder, and with a mighty
crash would fall into tbe sea, tbe dis
placement of tbe water from which
would cause a wave of great height to
rush seaward with mighty force. He
says tnat during a two hours stay
there from sixty to seventy of these
avalanches of ice broke loose from the
glacier, and toppled into the ocean.
This is said to be the grandestglacier
in tbe world.
During tbe trip Mr. Mitchell secur
ed oue fine looking copper property,
tbe Simentan group on Galena bay.
Prince Williams sound. He states
that only tbe best reports were heard
in and around Valdez of tbe copper
river country, which is par in the in
terior. Iu addition to tbe fabulous
wealth of copper reported .there two
new gold placer sectious discovered
last year had been productive of great
excitement and a rush of prospectors
to tbem. One is on Slate creek and
the other on Nazina, both streams
being tributaries of Copper river.
While greatly enjoying the trip.
the sight of tbe Columbia glacier
alone being worth the time and ex
pense of making it, and while being
very favorably impressed with tb
mineral resources of that section, be
says it does not impress bim favorably
as a place of residence compared with
Arizona and is glad to return to the
place where the sun shines SB days
in tbe year.
midnight 1 If he can't
if you don t like the wine you cau sip
at the beer:
"However." you say. "I will sit
The room and the fixtures suggesting
Designed, it appears, by a man of
You see be is ready aud -harp as a
Oh ! be is a bad oue from centuries
For saloous are tbe Devil's fly traps
if you please.
Where he tangles the tipplers with evi- ,
If you can't find an Eve for to fix up
A womau less innocent does quite as
use the apple beCMaM it is
He'll fish for a sucker and bait bim j
He's up with the times and don't
That none but tbe sober have beaded
But, I don't mean to give the old
Devil a puff.
And may be you think I have said
But, think as you will, thou reck
less young fellow.
If you always drink water you'll never
Like a man of good sense never out
of his head,
1 on II beloved while von re lirinar
aud missed when you're dead.
CATARRH OF THE STOMACH.
U 1.... 1 1 ,. 1. L 1 J 1 .
aaaaa tur biuiuhvu is uiri lunufu , 1 I
when food is taken into it that fails
to digest, it decays and inflames the
mucous membrane, exposing tbe
nerves, and causes tbe glands to secrete
mucin, instead ot tne natural juices I
of digestion. This is called catarrh' I
of the stomach. For years I suffered
with catarrh of the stomach, caused j
by indigestion. Doctors and medi
cines failed to benefit me until I used
Kodol Dvsnensia ('lire. J. R. Khea.
Coppell, Tex. Sold by Brislev Drug
Co., Corbin A Bork.
The Christian Eudeavor society of
the Congregational church gave a very
pretty aud pleasant lawn social last
evening at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Drake, on Mt. Vernon
street. In addition to the light from
a full moon. Chinese lanterns were
artistically arranged on the lawu iu
which were lighted candles, the soft
ray- trom which gave additional
charm to the place. Over fifty young
people, light hearted and merry, were
there to enjoy themselves and fhey
did so to the fullest extent. In addi
tion to the purely social feature of
the evening a very interest iug liter
ary ami musical programme was ren
dered consisting of the following
number.-: Instrumental solo. Mis?
Helen Hiirmi-tei : vocal solo. Mrs. A.
W. McCash; comet solo. Prof. H. D.
iiillinghiirst ; violin solo. A. K Sii
piger : recitation, Mrs. Thonia- BaU
Will Raise Water Rate.
The city council has been iu session
this afternoon struggling with the
water question. It is a well known
fact that tbe city has been losing
money on its water system for several
months in fact it never has paid ex
penses at tbe present rate of $l.."i0
minimum for 4300 gallons of water.
Tbe council is now preparing a new
water schedule which will be a very
material advance over the present and
by which tbe conncil hopes to be able
to put the system on a paying basis.
The neiv rate will lie $2 per month
minimum for 2000 gallons of water.
In other words the water consumer
will pay ."i0c per month more for 2300
gallons less water. This seems pretty
tough but it looks like it is necessary
to keep the city from bankruptcy.
Salt Lake, L'tha. July 11. Couvict
K. W. Hamilton, said to beioug to a 1
prominent family of Sioux City, la.,
banged himself iu the state prison
here during last night.
SAVED FROM TERR1BLK DEATH. ,
The family of Mrs. M.L Bobbitt of
Bargerton. Teuu., saw her dying and
MM powerless to save her. The most j
skillful physicians aud every remedy
used, failed, while consumption was ,
lowly but sure'y taking ber life. In
this terrible hour Dr. King's New
DaMNQ for Consumption turned 1
despair into joy. The first bottle
brought immediate relief aud its con- t
tinued use completely cured ber. lt'
the most certain cure in the world for
all throat aud lung troubles, (iuar
anteed bottles 50c and L Trial hot
ties free at all drnggi-ts.
Including the Famous Schloss
Bros.' Tailor-made Clothing.
Until further notice we will give 25 PER CENT
OFF on all Summer Clothing
Mining Souvenir Spoon
It's a "flood Thing," Only Costs $2.25.
GEO. H. COOK & CO.
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Giant Powder and Caps,
Goodwin Candles. Tee Rail,
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"Which they will be glad to show at any time.
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A Bright Outlook.
The new officers of the Vavapui
Commercial Cluli report thiui;? look-
j iiiK very bright for the cluh. Active
work was begun this week iu solicit
ing for new Matn aud getting the
I old charter members into Hue. In
; about two days something over !.",
was collected as charter fees aud the
committee has not nearly completed
vocal solo. Dr. W. K. Yount.
j its work to have a paid up meiuler- j
Birmingham. Knglund. July 11.
At the Birmingham athletic club tield
day here A. K. Dutfy. an Americau
runner won the hundred yard race.
The time was inside of nine aud four
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