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What You Eat ?
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Kodol cures indigestion, dyspepsia and all
disorders arising therefrom.
Kodol Digests What You Eat
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mandolin attachments, such as
irresponsible nomadic peddlers
palm off as high grade instru
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A, E. SUPPIGER
Complete Collection of Views of
Mines in Yavapai CountyjCtJ
Views of Prescott and Vicinity.
Lawler Block, Pre ;att, Arizona
A Choice Lot on (jarden St. at a
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From Wednesday's Daily.
A. Blu.mbe.rg returned this a
ing from a trip to Phenix.
Mr. and Mrs C. M. Binford left
this moraine for a few days' visit to
(ieo. Upton, of the Oro Grande
Mining company, came up from
Wickenburg this morning.
Coles Bashford was an arrival from
Los Angeles last evening to look after
his extensive property interests here.
The jury in the DeLeon case last
evening found the defendant guilty
of embezzling $5T0 of his wife's
The new bunk house at tbe Little
Jesse mine in tbe Chaparral district
was destroyed by Are two or three
days ago. Tbe building bad only
been completed a few weeks.
United States District Attorney
Nave and Chief Clerk Welles, of the
United States marshal's office, came
up from Pbenix this morning to be
ready for court, which opens tomor
row. Deputy United States Marshal Hill,
of Tucson, arrived from tbe northern
part of tbt. territory last night where
be bad been to summon witnesses
for tbe United States court which
opens in this city tomorrow morning.
George Rutfner has returned from
a trip to Honolulu where be and Mrs.
Ruff ner went some months ago on a
visit and pleasure trip. Mrs. Ruffner
returned with bim as far as San Fran
cisco where she stopped off for a few
J. T. McLaughlin, wife and son,
Jack, are visiting in town for a few
days with friends. Mr. McLaughlin
is tbe very efficient superintendent of
tbe Henrietta mine in tbe Big Bug
district, known as the Braganza Gold
Mining's company's property.
A. J. Doran is arranging a flue ex
hibit of Arizona fruit for the St.
Louis fair. He stated that 10,000
pounds of Arizona apples will be for
warded, ?000 pounds of wbicb will
come irom i avapai county. i uma
county will send lemons and limes.
Kansas City Packer.
Lyons & Knoblock bave in their
warehouse twenty boxes of apples
ready for shipment to tbe St. Louis
exposition. These apples are beauties
no better are grown anywhere on
earth. They are from tbe ranches of
Karwagen A- Haskell. Ed Jordan and
W. A. Jordan. Jerome News.
Tbe Red Men held one of the most
interesting councils last evening that
they have had for some time. One
unsuspecting pale face was captured
by the scouts and be was scalped in
regulation style, while three hunters
were escorted over the trail to the
council of tbe warriors and from tbere
to the chiefs' council.
Mrs. Fine has received word from
Crown King asking ber to come at
once and open ber private school, as
they have succeeded in securing suffi
cient subscriptions to insure the
United States Commissioner J. C.
Knrest torlav orlererl the deitortHtion
of Woo Sing, a Chinese cook who has
been cooking in the Comet restaurant
for some time. The cases against Yee
Lee and Gim Lung Cbung charged
with being in this country unlawfully,
were postponed till December 28.
The report that was circulated here
a few days ago to tbe effect that James
Shirley bad married an actress in
California proves to be utterly with
out foundation in truth. Mr. Shirley
is in California Out be is there pro
moting a sale of a large iron mine in
Mexico in wbicb be is interested.
Tbe official organ of the Ancient
Order of United Workmen, published
at Phenix, announces that the mem
bers of the order in tbe Arizona-New
Mexico jurisdiction are exempt from
tbe November assessment. A similar
exemption cheered the members last
January, thus limiting mortuary calls
ten for tbe present year. Members
are requested to pay tbe local dues
only for tbe month of November.
Walter Hill, tbe commission man,
came up from Phenix a day or two
ago and reports Phenix in a very pros
perous and hopeful condition. He
says there are now betweeD 1500 and
2000 visitors in tbe city, wbicb is a
very large number for so early in tbe
season. He also reports that there are
several hundred men at work on tbe
big Touto Basin reservoir and it it
expected to have two thousand men at
work there in a short time.
Tbe following is tbe list of delegates
which have been selected from Itbe
different organizations of ladies in
Prescott to attend tbe convention of
the territorial federation of Women's
' lubs wbicb opens in Tucson today :
Mrs. B. D.
officer: Mrs. George H.
J. B. Tomlinson, Mrs. J.
Mrs. Wm. Clay pool, Mrs.
Fibber, delegates; Mrs. H. D. Aitkeu,
Mr. D. Levey, Mrs. Julian Millard,
Mrs. W. (Jarver, Mrs. H. Burmister,
Mrs. T. W. Otis, alternates.
J. R. Evans, one of the genial as
sistants in Chief Engineer Drake's
office, of the S. F. P. P., left this
morning for a visit at bis old home in
Savannah, Missouri. 'A little bird
whispered in tbe Journal-Miner mm':
ear that while Mr. Evans intende I tt
eat Thanksgiving dinner at home,
which would undoubtedly be a p.'eas
aut thing to remember, that be would
bave other things than tbatdinrer
by wbich to remember the day, as o le
of tbe charming young ladies of Lie
Tuikio valley would become his bride
on that day.
The first meeting of the men's ( la;
n pnysical culture at the Ath eti
Club occurred last night. There wer
about ten men in attendance and i
was remarked this morning by one ot
them that be slept better last night
and felt more brisE today than b(
had for six mouths. Systematic work
with tbe medicine ball, chest weights,
dubs and punching bag was taken up.
followed by a shower and rub down.
During the evening there were some
exceedingly interesting apparatus
work hy members practicing Jfor tbe
Friday entertainment. Tbe class will
meet eveiy Tuesday uigbt and any
who are interested are invited to at
tend and see what tbe club offers.
Misa Lucy II it n . the niue vear
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Holborn, was given a most pleasaut
birthday surprise party last evening.
Une or two of ber girl friends came
THERE iS NO SUBSTITUTE
about seven o'clock and took ber for
short walk, and while tbey were
away from tbe bouse about twenty of
her girl and boy school mates and
friends gathered in tbe house and as
many of them had brought cakes, can
dies, nuts and such things which al
ways look good to boys and
table was set and all was in
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to receive her when she returned. The
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surprise was so complete that it near-
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ly took ber breath but tbe house was
soon a scene of fun and frolic whicb
was kept up for several hours. She
received quite a number of nice pres
ents. From Thursday's Dally.
F. . Cad well is the new postmaster
at Douglas, Arizona.
O. Sherman was a passenger this
morning for El Paso.
J. L. Mnnds left this morning for
his big stock ranch near Seligman.
Engineer Wilmot Pentland is able
to be about again after a slight touch
Mrs. Wm. Denney. who has been
quite ill for several days, is reported
to be improving.
Mrs. J. E. Brocman and I Mrs. J. L.
Simmons are in from the Cherry creek
country for a visit with friends.
Fifteen more men were 'sent out to
the property of tbe Ideal Mining com
pany yesterday by Superintendent
There are quite a number of citizens
of tbe northern counties in Prescott,
in attendance on the United States
G. W. French has gone to Phenix
where he will spend tbe winter. He
will make bis borne with bis son R. I).
The man who has four children un
der five years of age is certainly qual
ified by experience to accept a posi
tion as floorwalker.
Rev. Henry, pastor of the Methodist
church at Flagstaff, is in Prescott at
tending U. S. court and doing a little
visiting with friends.
J. T. Morrison, an attorney at
Kingman, came down from that place
last nisbt to attend to some legal
matters before the U. S. court.
The five prisoners who were sen
tenced by Judge Sloan last Monday to
terms in tbe penitentiary at Yuma,
were taken to that institution by an
officer last night.
Ed S. Campbell returned last night
from a abort business trip to'Flag
staff, and went out to the properties
of tbe Stark Mining company on Tur
key creek this morning.
C. N. Williams, who has been as
sisting W. W. Elliott in putting up a
number of buildings and a mill at tbe
Stark Mining company's property,
came in from that place yesterday
D. J. Sullivan, Thomas M. Met Jill
and B. F. Cobb returned thi. morning
from a visit to tbe properties of tbe
United Gold Mines company near
Congress, where tbey bave been for
several days examining tbe mines.
H. H. Price and W. E. Murphy,
formerly surveyor gent-rat and chief
clerk, respectively, have been sued by
L. Zeckendorf & Co., of Tucson, for
money alleged to have been paid to
them for work performed in connec
tion with a mining patent.
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When you can't eat bread
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fat Scott's Emulsion is a
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Those who have lost flesh
want to increase all body
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For invalids, for con-
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for weak children, for all
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Scott's Emulsion for bone,
flesh, blood and nerve.
We will send
a free sample.
Be mre that this picture
in the form of s label U on
the wrapper of every bottle
of Emuliion you buy.
scon & BOWNE,
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
50c and $1 1 all druggist.
Mrs. F. M. .tick, who has been vis
iting her daughter. Mrs. Fine in Pres
cott for several days, left this morn
ing for ber home In Holbrook. She
took Mrs. Fine's little daughter,
Helen May, with ber and will take
care of her while Mrs. Fine teaches
I the Crown King school,
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; cvereiie rinuna, a orotner-in-inw 01
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Editor Jones, of the f lagstaff Gem,
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and one of the office force of that pa
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fjei, uauie uuwu iiuui i lie on xJgu.
city last evening, having been sum
moned with several other citizens of
that place as trial jurors in tbe United
Mrs. Geo. F. Willig and Mrs. Mc
Farland bave taken a lease on tbe
building just north of .Scopel's place.
They will clean it up and put it in
good shape and open a first class res
taurant and lodging house. The
ladies are both good cooks and will
undoubtedly make a success of their
Messrs. J. A. Vail. J. O. Jones,
Frankforter, Blair, Wilson, Wm. Ro
den, Clark, Hanna, Fisber and Henry
arrived in Prescott last night from
Flagstaff in answer to summons from
tbe United States to act as trial jurors
during the term of U. S. court whicb
opened in Prescott today.
O. O. Smith, who has been an em
ploye of the S. F. P. & P. for some
time, has been promoted to yard
master at Ash Fork and left for that
place a couple of days ago to enter
upon ber new duties. His wife and
baby left for Ash Fork this morning
to join him and they will make that
their borne in the future.
A rather novel weddiag took place
last Sunday in the Verde valley at
wbicb two brothers married two sis
ters. Tbe happy quartette are: Le
roy E. Gillett and Miss Bertha Miiner
and Cbas. L. Gilbert and Miss Nellie
F. Miluer. Tbe young gentlemen are
residents of the Verde valley
brides recently arrived from
The ceremony was performed
E. L. Bullion.
Mrs. Tillie Waggoner, president of
the assembly of tbe Rebekabs, arrived
in Prescott this morning from ber
home in Glendale. She was met at
the depot by quite a number ,of the
members of that lodge in this city
and will be entertained here for two
or three days. She is making an offl
oial visitation of the Rebekab lodges
of the northern part of the territory,
and will be present at tbe meeting of
tbe lodge in this city tomorrow night.
She will then go to Williams and
Kingman for similar visits.
From Friday's Daily.
J. W. Burson i3 up from Constella
W. T. Roberts and wife are in from
the Tiger mine.
J. N. Gaines came up from Tomb
stone this morning.
Geo. B. Miller was a passenger
day for Anahein, California.
Rev. J. H. Henry, paster of the M.
E. church at Flagstaff, will preach in
the Marina street
Mrs. Josephine Freeman, who has
been in Prescott for several months in
search of health, left this morning
for her borne in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bagby bave re
turned to Prescott after a stay of sev
eral months in California for the ben-
3t of Mr. Bagby's health.
Mrs. J. H. Collins and little datigh
ter came up this morning from Kirk I
land where they bad been visiting I
with the family of Charles Piatt.
Hon. A. L. Morrison, one of tbe i
leading citizens of Santa Fe, New j
Mexico. is visiting in Prescott with ;
the families of bis two 6ons, Robert
B, and Joseph E. Morrison.
The eastern trains are reported to be
seven hours late in reaching Ash Fork
today, on account of the storms
through Kansas and Colorado. The
westbound passeugers were several
hours late yesterday for tbe same
The Eagles have decided to enter
tain their numerous friends next
Thursday night at tbe Odd Fellows
hall. The Eagles are entertainers of
the Al degree and those who have an
Fighting for position in "The
opportunity of attending will miss it
if they are not there.
Tbe ladies' specialty house will be
opened in the new Wilson block, on
West Gurley street, tomorrow morn
ing. Mrs. Kennedy will bave one of
tbe prettiest stocks of goods, that will
especially appeal to tbe ladies, that
has ever been shown In tbe town.
A valuable mare belonging to J. E.
McCoy, which was on pasture near Del
Rio, was brought to Prescott yester
day to receive treatment for injuries
whicb she bad received by falling into
a ditch. Wbeu tbe mare was found
she was in a bad condition as she was
not able to get out of tbe mire, and
had cut herself badly with her hoofs
in attempting to free herself.
Tbe preparatory department of St.
Joseph's academy gave a complimen
tary entertainment to tbe academic
department yesterday. Tbe program
was carried out with tbe usual finish
and excellence whicb characterizes
tbe literary efforts of tbe oonvent
girls. One of the principal features
of the program was tbe drama "A
Laughable Error," wbicb occasioned
much mirth and laughter.
S. J. Holsinger has resigned the
management of tbe Standard Iron
Co., at Canyon Diablo. Mr. Holsing
er will enter tbe service of tbe forest
ry bureau. He has been in tbe ser
vice of tbe government for a good
many years and has been an efficient
official. His first work in hi new
field will be the examination of por
tions of tbe San Francisco mountains
forest reserve for tbe purpose of mak
ing plans for tbe reforesting of the
reserve. Coconino Sun.
Tbe news agency on tbe S. F. P. &
P. complain that some one has appro
priated one of their fine albums wbicb
they use on the train to show views of
some of tbe principal business bouses
of Prescott and Pbenix and also some
of tbe scenic views of tbe territory.
These albums are for tbe free use of
passengers on tbe train and bave been
greatly appreciated by travelers visit
ing this section, and if tbe book will
be returned to tbe news agents on
either of the passengers a reward will
be paid for it.
Tbe United States civil service com
mission announces an examination on
Deoember 8, 1903, to secure eligibles
from which to make certification to
fill a vacancy in tbe position of
paleontologic draftsman in the geo
logical survey, at $850 or $900 per an
num. and other similar vacancies as
they may occur. Also an examination
on December 15, 1903, to secure elig
iblss from which to make certification
to fill a vacancy in tbe position of
assistant engineer and electrician, U
S. penitentiary, Fort Leavenworth
Kan., at $900 per annum, and other
similar vacancies as tbey may occur
Tbe ladies of the Congregational
church are preparing a very unique
sort of social affair, or entertainment
we scarcely know what would be the
proper title for it. It appears to be
a kaleido-teloscopic concern, with
something to please everybody, from
tbe sub-conscious ego to tbe gastro
j nomic department. It purports to be
a Tour of tbe World in 80 Minutes
' There will be several magic changes
I accomplished by means of tbe prosaic
bus. This Seven-Wonders-of-tbe
World affair will occur on the after
noon and evening of Saturday, Nov.
Ed Wingfleld and wife, of tbe Verde
valley, are in Prescott today purchas
ing tbe winter's needs in clothing,
groceries, etc., and also to pay .taxes.
The Journal-Miner office was not
overlooked by Mr. Wingfleld who re
plenished the dilapidated office warn
pum belt with a few good republican
dollars, and left instructions not to
let him miss a copy of the paper as it
bad come to their home so long that it
had grown to be a fixture and tbey
could not keep bouse without it. Mr.
and Mrs. Wingfleld are among the ex-
i cei lent citizens of this part of tbe ter
A SURE THING.
It is said that nothing is sure ex
cept death and taxes, but that is not
always true. Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption is a sure cure for
all lung and throat troubles. Thous
ands can testify to that. Mrs. C. B.
Van Metre of Shepherdtown, W. Va.,
says "1 bad a severe case of bron-
otitis and for a year tried everything
l beard oi, but got no reliel. Une
bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery
tben cured me absolutely." It's in
fallible for croup, whooping cough,
grip, Pneumonia Bnd consumption.
Try it. It's guaranteed by all drug
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PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE IT.
Manv broad minded nhvsioinns
prescribe Foley's Honey and Tar, as
tbey have never found so safe and re
liable a remedy for throat aud lung
'troubles as this great medicine. Bris-
ley Drug Co.
A SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does for tbe
stomach that which it is unable io do
for itself, even when but slightly dis-
oroerea or over loaned. Kodol Uys
juices of digestion and does tbe work
of tbe stomach, relaxing the nervous
tension, while the inflamed muscles
of that organ are allowed to rest and
beal. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests
what you eat and enables tbe stomach
and digestive organs to transform all
food into rich, red blood. Sold by
Corbin A Bork, Brisley Drug Co.
LOT FOR SALE OR TRADE.
A nice level lot, 50x130 feet located
on Sunset boulevard, about half way
between Los Angeles and Hollywood.
Will sell or trade for Prescott proper
ty. Address or call for "M, " at thfB
light that lies in woman's eyes."
Between Prescott and
Tests of the Line Have Proven
Highly Satisfactory Big
Saving to City.
Superintendent C. C. Glass, of
Prescott water system, informs
Journal-Miner that tbe work of re
pairing the pipe line between tbis
city and Del Rio is now all completed
but tilling up tbe ditches and that
work will have been finished before
tbe week is past. When this work was
started it was thought it would take
about four months but on account of
tbe good success tbey have bad in do
ing tbe work and tbe excellent weath
er, the job has been done in a little
over two months.
Sixteen hundred joints were reload
ed and calked, making a distance of
about six miles. This was the section
of pipe that was continually bursting
and wbicb tbe city was spending sev
eral hundred dollars a month to keep
in repair. Mr. Ulas6 decided that tbe
only way to fix it was to relead every
joint in tbis bad section. To do tbis
has taken a tremendous lot of work
and has cost about uUU() nut the sav
ing to the city will be fully $600 per
month on tbis one item as it will en
able the city to pump the water direct
from Del Rio to tbe reservoir, ctting
out entirely tbe expense of $300 or
$100 per month and tbe repair gang
on tbe line wbicb cost about $200 per
month. Something of an idea of the
work it took to do tbis can be realized
when it is known that it took over
000 pounds of lead to relead the
joints. Since tbe pipe has been re-
leaded not a joint has given away al
though tbe line has been tested up to
650 pounds to tbe ineh while it only
requires a pressure of 550 pounds to
pump directly into tbe reset voir, so
there is no danger of further trouble
with the line bursting.
More Men Are Needed.
The United States civil service com
mission announces the following ex
amination for December 15, 1903:
To secure eligibles from whicb to
make certification to fill a vacancy in
tbe position of assistant engineer in
tbe office of tbe secretary of war,
Washington, D. C. , at $750 per an
num, and other similar vacancies as
they may occur.
To secure eligibles from wbich to
make certification to till a vacancy in
tbe position of farrier, in tbe quar
termaster's department at large, Fort
Riley, Kansas, school of farriers and
borseshoers, at $1440 per annum, and
other similar vacancies as tbey may
Same commission announces an ex
amination for December 15-16, to se
cure eligibles from wbicb to make
certification to fill a vacancy in the
position of local inspector of boilers
of steam vessels in the steamboat in
spection service at Portland, Maine.
at $1800 per annum and other similar
vacancies as they may occur.
Persons who desire to compete
should at once apply to the United
States civil service commission, Wash
ington, D. C.
Car Jumps the Track.
Word was received at the railroad
offices in tbis city last night that an
accident bad happened near Eugenie
station on the Poland branch of tbe
P. & E. road, in wbich two of the sec
tion hands working for Section Fore
man McDonald, had been injured and
that one of them was so badly hurt
tbat it was feared bis injuries would
be fatal. Tbe section crew has what
tbey call a pusb car, whicb is a small
flat car tbat is used to haul ties, tim
bers, tools, etc., and tbis is simply
pushed along the track by tbe men.
The men usually push this car up the
grade and tben coast down the hill on
it, and it was while tbey were coast
ing down last evening tbat tbe acci
dent occurred. It seems tbat tbe car
got to going unsually fast and finally
got beyond tbeir 'control and as it
went around a curve it jumped the
track throwing the men down a steep
grade. Tbe names of tbe injured men
were Pete Neisbaum and JamesScully.
They were brought to Prescott on this
afternoon's train and placed in tbe
A Very Sad Message.
B. H. Grove received word today
tbat his brother, Dr. Archie E.Grove,
bad died yesterday at Perth, Kansas,
of southern fever, and would be bur
ied tbis afternoon. While this nature
of information is always sad, yet this
case seems doubly so on account of
this being tbe second brother besides
bis father whicb has passed away with
n the past three months.
About tbree months ago his brother,
Dr. Benj. Grove, a young physician,
left bis borne in Oklahoma and went
to Arkansas to locate and in a few
days be was takeu with yellow fever
in its worst form and died. The broth
er who has just passed away went to
his brother's bedside and did every
thing in his power to save bis life and
as a result of bis labors with bim be
took sick and never recovered. Tbe
father was so grief stricken over the
loss of his son who died first that he
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passed away himself only a few weeks
ago. Tbe home that only a few weeks
ago was happy aud joyful with two
promising young physicians, father
and mother, is now left with only tbe
heart broken mother. Mr. Grove has
the sympathy of this community in
bis great bereavement.
Stoddard Will Lose.
This morning's Pbenix Gazette con
tains the following telegram from
Washing ou: "Although nothing has
been made public, it is said tonight
that the friends of Secretary Stoddard
of Arizona, have given up all hope
of holding bim in bis position, and
tbat the right has been abandoned. It
can be safely stated that the only
thing that prevents tbe announcement
of a change in officials is the successor
to tbe present secretary. Tbe presi
dent has been too busy with other
matters to give this sufficient atten
tion, but it is believed tbat tbe an
nouncement will be made within a
day or so. Stoddard's backers bave
stated on tbe quiet tbat the case was
misrepresented to tbem and tbat tbey
never fully understood tbe case until
tbey bad made an investigation. Tbe
report that Mr. Stoddard bad agreed
to resign was denied tonight, by that
gentleman, be claiming tbat be bad
no intention of doing so."
Matters in Court
James Burke was tbis morning sen
tenced by Judge Sloan to ninety days
in tbe county jail. A few days ago
Burke struck a fellow workman at Je
rome on the head with a large hammer
inflicting a bad looking wound. He
was tried on a charge of assault with
a deadly weapon, but tbe jury found
him guilty of simple assault.
The case of Ramon Cardova, who
was indicted on a charge of murder,
he having killed a fellow Mexican
on Granite street some time ago, was
on trial before a jury.
Tbis morning in tbe district coort a
Mexican woman from tbe bad lands
was called as a witness, but she refus
ed to speak tbe English language asd
wanted to testify through an inter
preter, although it was well known
tbat she could speak good English.
The judge ordered tbe jury taken
from tbe room and tben he informed
the stubborn witness tbat she could
bave her choice of answering the ques
tions of the attirneys without an in
terpeter or serve a sentence in jail.
The jury was returned to tbe jury box
and it transpired that her knowledge
of Knglisb bad increased to a wonder
ful degree in a very few moments, as
she talked as well as anyone.
After tbe Journal -Miner bad gone
to press yesterday evening tbe jury in
tbe case of Raoion Cordova brought
in a verdict of not guilty and tbe de
fendant was discharged. Mr. Cordova
has always bad a very excellent repu
tation as a law abiding citizen, and
has, in fact been of great help to tbe
officers of toe city and county in cap
turing and bringing to justce Mexi
cans who were wanted by the courts.
For this he was not very well liked
among tbe law breakiug element of
Mexicans and tbey bad often threat
ened him. Hs proved to tbe jury's
satisacftion that he thought bis own
life was in great danger when be flred
the shot tbat ended bis victim's earth
The jury in the case of Ai Jones
brought in a verdict of not guilty.
Id tbe United States conrt tbe roll
of trial jurors was called and all were
found to be present.
In tbe United States court this
afternoon tbe case against Wm. Ew
ing, tbe ex-Indian agent, who is
charged with misappropriating some
of the government's funds while be
was agent, was called and tbe most of
tbe afternoon was spent in securing a
jury to try tbe case before. This case
was tried at tbe last teim of tbe U. S.
conrt here and the jury disagreed.
Tbe venire of jurors in tbe district
court was discharged for tbe term tbis
afternoon. Tbe case against A. A.
Pratt, on a charge of forgery was set
for December "tb in the district court.
In the United States court a demur
rer in the case of Shelby M. Cullom
was submitted and the indictments
Tbe Wm. Ewing case wax called at
9:30 tbis morning and the taking of
testimony was begun at once, as tbe
jury bad been selected last evening.
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