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nd dyspepsia, but the truth is exactly the
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peated attacks of indigestion inflames the
mucous membranes lining the stomach and
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the Juices of natural digestion. This is
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THE LOCAL NEWS
From Wednesday's Daily. )
Geo. Rohpeter is in town today.
Hon. A. J. Doran went to Kinsman
The trial of Wm. Thomas tins been
postponed for the term.
Harry Brown let this morning for
his home at Crowned King.
U.W. Hull has returned to his home
in Jerome from a visit to London.
A north wind stirred up the dust to
day to a most uncomfortable degree.
E. E. Ellinwood will leave shortly
for a professional visit to Washington.
J. M. W. Moore is confined to the
bouse on account of a very severe
R. R. Coleman came up from the
south this morning to spent Christinas
with his family.
Walter Hill left this morning for
his home in Los Angeles whre be
will spend the holidays.
Mrs. B. F. Holbrook let this morn
ing for Jerome to spend the holidays
with her parents, M.. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. A. L DeMund and children
who have been visiting relatives and
friends in Pheuix, for the past two
weeks, returned home today.
H. E. Armitage came up from the
Old Terrible mine in Cochise comity
this morning and will spent the holi
days in Prescott with his family.
Mrs. Sarah A. Murphy returned yes
terday from a visit with frieuds in
Pbenix. She is at present residing
with her sister Mrs. E. W. WelU.
A Turkish store, in Phenix. was
robbed on Monday night of about
$2500 worth of jewelry, and it is i
thought the burglars came north.
It will be gratifying to the friends
of Wm. Thomas to learn that he has
sufficiently recovered from his recent
illness to be able to be at work again.
Keep in mind the lecture in the
Odd Fellows ball by Judge Wm. Ew
ing, of Chicago, on the subject of
Christian Science, Friday night. Jan
S. J. Holsinger. epxert for the
United States forestry bureau, left
this morning for Flagstaff, to spend
Christmas with his family who are re
siding there this winter.
The latest reports from the Tomb
stone escapes were to the effect that
Alvord and Stiles had been surround
ed in the mountains and hopes enter
tained of their capture.
Geo. Johnson paid the assessment of
SSI levied on him yesterday by Justice
Talbot for fighting and was released
from custody. Fisher spent the night
in jail, refusing to pay $40 for his lib
erty. Sheriff Roberts left last night for
Yuma with Jacinto Cota who will
serve a four ye:s' term in the peni
tentiary there for perjury ;in connec
tion with the trial of the Goddard
Edward Zeiger returned last even
ing from Los Angeles where he was
called some time since by the death
of his sister. Shortly after the burial
of his sister, his father died, and was
buried last Sunday.
P. S. Barnhart, brother of A. D. Barn
hart, the assayer. is visiting the latter
during the holidays. The young man
resides in Denver but is at present a
student in the school of mines, at
The funeral of the late John G.
Campbell took place at 2:30 this after
noon, under the direction of P. Muliu
Jc Co., from his late residence at 2il
North Marina street It was largely
attended by our citizens who held de
ceased in high esteem.
A telergam was received this morn
ing from Houston, Texas, nnnouncing
that William Nelson, jr., who is sick
at that point is now improving. The
young man's mother left yesterday to
nurse him aud the telegram was for
warded to her today to Las Vegas.
The pupils of the Miller valley
school will give a Christmas cuter
tainment tomorrow, Wednesday, after
noon under the sujervisiou of their
teacher. Miss Florence Ford. The en
tertainment will be the closing exer
cises of the school for the holidays.
On the first of January the Marico
pa A Pbenix railroad will again be
come an inaepenaeni line. ine
transfer of the road to the Southern
Pacific company is said to have been
doue through the misinterpretation of
a telegram from the east, in the San
W. P. Hoover has gone to Phenix
to take the position of cashier of the
S. F. P. a P. railroad office at that
place, vice Harry Brown, resigned.
The latter has accepted the position
of chief clerk iu the Southern Pacific
offices at Los Angeles aud will have
Phenix about the first of the year.
A. A. Pratt had another iuuiug
last evening with the machiuciy of
the law. On this occasion be was in
Court Commissioner John C. Forest's
court. on a Jcharge of embezzling
$515.20 from the postoffice at Wickeu
burg while be was clerking iu the
office. .Commissioner Forest held him
under $1500 bonds to answer to the
United States graudjury at Pbenix.
Dr. R. N. Looney, of McCabe, left
today for Chattanooga, Teuue.see. in
response to a telegram announcing
serious illness of his father there.
ug his absence Dr. Ralph will
have charge of his patients iu tin- Big
Bug and Mct'abe section. Dr. Looney
has been very successful iu bi medi
! Richard Cross, the barber, who -hot
j Kd ktHeti i ii ou Jones, a bar keepei
'at Jerome several years ;ago, has been
granted a pardon by L T. Stoddard,
j acting governnor, to take effect to
I morrow. Cross was sentenced for a
'term of ten years, and with allowance
! for good conduct, bis time would have
j expired ou Christmas. He has I et n
'employed as bookkeeier for five years.
Sheriff Del Lewis, of Cochise coun
ty. came up from the south this morn
ing for a man by the name of Wallace
who was arrested between Hillside and
Congress a few days ago on instruc
tions from the officers of CocIiim
county. Wallace is wanted for son
crooked work which it is alleged he
was mixed up with in the southern
part of the territory a short time ago.
! Sheriff Lewis will return to Tomb
I stone with him tonight.
THERE iS NO SUBSTITUTE
Richard Driscoll, the fellow who temperature, the thermometer regis
appropriated the overcoat, hat and tering 1G degree above zero this
furs at the Hotel Burke Sunday even- , morning.
ing, was tried before Justice Talbot Mbx Cantill) the well known Lynx
today and fined $25 dollars, in deafult crpek miner waa ju town yeday,
of payment of which be went to jail j doiQg gome christnla8 shopping, and
for twenty five days. It is said that wajj g welcome calier at the Journal
he was so drunk when he committed ; ajjuer 0jjjce
the theft that he did not know what
he was doing.
The following rates to the meeting
of the Teachers1 Association to be
held in Phenix December 28, 29 and
Sftj MSB, over the railroads iu Arizona
have bteu obtained : From all points
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on the Santa Le in Arizona a rate of
one and one fifth first class round trip
to Ash Fork: oil the Santa re, Pres-
cott A: Pheuix one fare for the round I
trip from any point on their line.
A. S. Haskell is in town today from
his ranch near Jerome. He ays that
the apple crop on his place this year
was unusually large and the crop iu
the valley generally was quite large.
Several car loads of apples were sbip-
ped from the valley this year, this be- ,
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lug l ue in si seasou luai. iuis uus ot-
V Ml II '1. ... I 1 1 , . -I 11 111,.- 1, -' .
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all of his crop except about 200 boxes
which he has buried foi the spring
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market. He will open them in March.
The Journal Miner's Lynx Creek
correspondent was in error last even-
ing iu stating that Mr. Schobeld was ;
killed in one of Mr. Clark s mines in
that district a few days ago. Mr.
Schofleld did meet with a very bad ac
cident aud it was a great wonder that
he was not instantly killed, but the
fact remains that he escaped with his
life, as a Journal-Miner reported con
versed with him the day he left for
his home in California, and a letter
received last night by Percy Armitage
stated that be was getting along as
well as could be expected, and that ke
intended to return to Yavapai county
and resume mining again as soon as
be recovered sufficiently.
From Thursday's Daily.
repuer was a 1"
iis aegas mis morning. .
S. ML Boblett, of Lynx creek, was j
in town today and paid his respects to '
Geo. U. Young went to Williams to
day to eat his Christmas dinner with
Miss Alice Campbell came in from
Congress today, to spend her Christ
mas vacation in Prescott.
Charles Born came up today from
his miuiug camp to spend Christmas i
with his tou Charles Born, jr. !
Phenix today to attend the meeting
of the Commaudery tomorrow.
Jim Elder, with the Geo. A. Tread
well company, has gone to Albuquer-
: que to spend Christmas with his
mother and brother.
Deputy Sheriff Nevin tame over
1 from Jen me last night with the In
jdian medicine man, who slew his
rival medicine man, Frog on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Heap ami child
came up from Pheuix this morning
to spend Christmas with Mrs. Heap s
pareuts. Judge aud Mrs. E. W. Wells.
Yesterday's wind was followed last
night by a very perceptible fall iu the
Don't forget the old man
with the fish on his back.
For nearly thirty years he
has been traveling around the
world, and is still traveling.
bringing health and Comfort
brings the strength and flesh
he so much needs.
To all weak and sickly
children he gives rich and
! strengthening food.
To thin and pale persons
he gives new firm flesh and
rich red blood.
Children who first saw the
old man with the fish are now
grown up and have children
of their own.
He stands for Scott's Emul
sion of pure cod liver oil a
delightful food and a natural
tonic for children, for old folks
1 c 11 1 1 .t , 1- i
; ana lor ail WHO neeu nesil anu
SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemists,
409-41 5 Pearl Street, New York.
50c. and Si.OU; all druggists.
J. L. Taylor, formerly manager 01
the Sunset telephone company in
Prescott. only remained in Los An-
gelos a few days as he did not like the
worB- given him. He is now located
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Miss Anna Hambaugh, cousin of
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Airs. ri. 1. uoiemau, came up irouj
the south today to spend her vacation
in Prescott. The young lady is en
gaged teaching school at Fairbank in
i Cochise county.
The Beaver Creek water case was
begun iu the district court this morn
ing, aud will be continued on Satur
day, there being no court tomorrow
on account of Christmas. The case
will likely lie completed by Saturday
Father Galette, of Santa Fe,
New Mexieo. arrived here a day or
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two ago to assist Fattier Quetu in the
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Christmas services in the Catholic
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church. The services at this church
this year will be ahead of anything
eTer before given by the church in
The Murphy boulevard has been
sprinkled aud will be in fine condi-
tion for a Christmas drive tomorrow.
Mr. Edwards also says that the mon
keys' faces have besn washed and will
be pleased to welcome visitors. Pea
nuts are the staple Christmas presents
desired by the Siniiadaens.
The district court commenced today
the hearing of the Beaver creek water
suit. In consequence of the delay in
getting this case up a great many cit
I izens of the Verde valley and Beaver
! creek country will eat their Christmas
'dinner in Prescott instead of at their
J. V. Meador, an old time chum
and bogom friend of Deputy Sheriff
Piatt, came up from the property of
the Illizoua Mining company this
morning, wheie he is assisting in dej
veloping those properties. Mr. Meador
has been in the southern part of the
territory for some years in the mining
business, and is said to be thoroughly
posted in mining matters.
Several ladies of the congregation
of the Sacred Heart on Tuesday call
ed upon the pastor Rev. Alfred Quetu
and presented him as a Christmas gift
with all kinds of good things for his
household. The good father was deep
ly effected and expressed his thanks
saying that the presents were consid
ered by him as an evidence
dence in bim.
Such good progress has been made
i putting on the fiuir-hing touches of
the Commercial clut buildiug ana iu
getting the furniture iu plve that it
has been decided to give an opening
' ball on New Year's night, instead of
waiting till January 15 for the open
ing, as previously announced. It will
: be the social function of the season.
The jury in the ore salting case re
turned its verdict last night. Of the
nine interrogatories submitted to them
seven were unanimously decided iu
favor of Grove aud Sharp, the defend
ants. The other two were also de
cided favorably to the defendants, by
eleven jurors, one man holding an ad
v( rse view. As the court instructed
the jury that uiue could render a ver
dict this gives the decision iu favor of
the defendants. R. B. Morrison and
K. BL Sauford represented the de
fendants. One John loe should be very thank
ful tu Tom Reed, the uigbt clerk of
the Commercial hotel. Monday night
Mr. Reed's attention was attracted by
very noisy snoring in front of the
hotel, lie made an investigation and
found a stranger lying in the street,
face downward, apparently happy.
The police were summoned and on
searching their prisoner at the sta
tion, found over ?200 on his person,
together with a ticket to Prescott.
The man was put on the train Tuesday
morning, leaving behind $5 liail. Ga
The postoffice employees have been
kept on i he jump for several days past
in weighing and handling outgoing
Christinas packages, but during the
pn.-t day or two there has been a per
ceptible falling off in this line. In
stead however packages are just now
; commencing to arrive and for the
next twenty tour nours iney win oe
Ireof ioI as biisv receiving as thev
; . , .,iM,Hm. before Christmas
OI,iy CIP, once a year but the post
office clerk gets the full benefit of it
when it dues come. Merry Christmas
Visit of An Artist.
Prescott has the honor of haviug in
her midst as a visitor and a possible
resident, the famous artist Prof. A.
Frauk Smith an I his mother. Mr.
Smith Hsd his mother have been liv
ing in Las Vegas, New Mexico, for
some time, huving gone to that place
for the benefit of hi- health, but find
ing the altitude at that place a little
too high thev deaided to try Prescott,
and they arrived Lire a few days ago.
They nre great;;: pleased with this
city au 1 should Mr. Smith continue to
improve as rapidly as he has the time
he has been here they may decide to
make this their future home.
Mr. Smith has paiuted quite a uum-
ber of well known pictures, among
them being the famous painting of
"Freedom of Germany," which was
exhibited at the World's Fair in Chi
cago, and which is valued at $9000.
This great painting 'is now on exhibi
tion at Albuquerque. The Elks of
that city are negotiating the purchase
of the picture which they want to
nana in their new hall. Mr. Smith is
also a prominent member of that great
order. His mother, Mrs. Wadding
ham, is also quite an artist They are
stopping for the present at the Head
Tried to Be Funny.
The editor of the "Howling Torna
do," better known as the "Evening
(iusser, " made a desperate effort to
be fnnny in the H-T on Thursday.and
took as the subject of bis joke(T)
some of the Jewish citizens of this
city. If the editor of the H-T himself
has no regard for any religion, as he
openly boasts that he has not Dd no
one would deny him that right be
should at least have common decency
enough to let the religious beliefs of
other people alone. If there is any
thing on earth that the editor of the
H-T holds sacred it has not as yet
cropped out in bis brilliant (T) ca
reer as editor of the evening guesser.
The Jewish residents of this city are
a law abiding, peaceful, industrious
class of people who do ?not interfere
in the least with the religious beliefs
and teachings of other people, and
their beliefs are as sacred to them and
they are as much entitled to respect
for their beliefs as anybody else.
The effort to be funny was either ma
licious or showed mighty poor judg
ment, and the readers of the IT T can
form their own opinion as to which it
Thieves Are Caught.
Under Sheriff James Sias today re
ceived a telegram form luma that
Sheriff Gus Livingston has just ar
rested the burglars who several nights
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ago broke into tne jeweiry sioru oa
Abe Sroor, at Congress, and stole
several hundred dollars' wortb oi
watches,, diamonds, rings and other
jewelry. A description of the sus
pected parties was sent to all the offl-
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cere in tne territory auu wueu aue
thieves showed up in Yuma and tried
to dispose of some of the jewelry tbey
were at once placed under arrest and
a search of their clothing brought to
light several hundred dollars' worth
of Mr. Sroor's lost jewelry-
Sheriff Roberts, who just happened
to be in luma, having gone mere
with Cote, the perjurer,- will bring
the prisoners back to this county with
A Chance to Guess.
Parties who solved the age of Ann
in the Mary and Ann problem can ex
ercise their ingenuity on the follow
ing perplexing puzzle although it is
not so perplexing as it looks on first
reading: When tomorrow is yester
day, today will be as far from the end
of the week as was today from the be
ginning of the week when yesterday
was tomorrow. What day of the
week is today?
CHRISTMAS TREE AND SANTA
CLAUS AT METHODIST CHURCH.
The Christmas tree exercises at the
Methodist churoh on Christmas eve
were specially interesting from the
fact that after a musical opening by
the choir, they consisted entirely of
music and recitations by the little
ones. The Christmas season Is spe
cially joyous to the little ones, and
it is appropriate to turn such exercises
over to them, and those of the Meth
odist Sunday school acquitted them
selves admirably on this occasion.
Of course, it represented considerable
hard work, and the exercise of a very
great amount of patience on the part
of Mrs. W. S. Norviel who trained
them. She was assisted in the mus
ical part by Mrs. A. W. McCash, and
both ladies should feel well reward
ed for their trouble in the splendid
manner in which the little folks per
formed their part. The exercises
seemed to be highly appreciated by
the church full of people in attend
ance. At the conclusion of the exerc ses
Santa Claus, in the person of r. K.
Stewart appeared and made 'a short
talk to the little folks, keeping
them in an uproar of laughter, when
the presents were distributed. Mr.
Stewart made an ideal Santa Claus,
and every scholar of the Sunday
school was remembered by the teach
ers of the school, while some presents
were placed on the tree Jby relatives
and distributed in this manner.
A SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does for the
stomach that which it is nnable to do
for itself, even when but slightly dis
ordered or over loaded. Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure supplies the natural
juices of digestion and does the work
of the stomach, relaxing the nervous
tension, while the inflamed muscles
of that organ are allowed to rest and
heal. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests
what you rat and enables tbe stomach
aud digestive orgaus to transform all
food into rich, red blood. Sold by
Corbin A Bork, Brisley Drug Co.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS A BOX.
Is the value H. A. Tisdale, Summer!
ton, S. C, places on DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve. He says: "I bad tbe
piles for twenty years. I tried many
doctors and medicines, but all failed
except DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
It cured me." It is a combination of
tbe healing properties of Witch Hazel
with antiseptic and emollients; re
lieves aud permanently cures blind,
bleeding, itching and protruding
piles, sores, cuts, bruises, eczema. salt
rheum and all skin diseases. Sold
by Corbin t Bork, Brisley Drug Co.
DRIVEN TO DESPERATION.
Living at an out of tbe way place,
remote from civilization, a family is
often driven to desperation in case of
accident, resulting in burns, cuts,
wounds ulcers, etc. Lav in a supply
of Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It's the
best on earth. 25c, at all druggists.
A THOUSAND DOLLARS
WORTH OF GOOD.
A. H. Thurnes, a well known coal
operator of Buffalo, Ohio, writes: "I
have been afflicted with kidney and
bladder troubles tor years, passing
gravel or stones with excruciating
pain. I got no relief from medicines
until 1 began taking Foley's Kidney
Cure, then the result was surprising.
A few doses started the brick dust like
Hue stones and now I have no pain
across my kidneys and 1 feel like a
new man. it has done me a $1000
worth of good. Brisley Drug Co.
COUGHS, COLDS AND
Few people realize when taking
cough medicines other than Foley
Honey and lar, that they contain
opiates which are constipating besides
being unsafe, particularly for chil
dren. Foley's Honey and Tar con
tains no opiates, is safe and sure and
will not oonstipate. Brisley Drug Co.
EVER, THE CARNIVAL PROMISES
For Its Appearance During the Week Conr
mencing April TwentyFiftht Nine
teen Hundred and Four.
H. L. Leavitt, representing the Nat
Reiss Southern Carnival company is
in Prescott today and made arrange
ments with a number of Prescott's
business men, who have associated
themselves together as the Prescott
Street Fair association to give an ex
hibition here ln'April 25 next.
This is the company which appeared
in Prescott during tbe week of Decem
ber 6-11, 1902, and which gave such
Some of the attractions .which con
stituted a part of their exhibition at
that time has been omitted and other
up to date attractions have been se
cured. The company is wintering in Albu
querque, and Mr. Leavitt has just re
turned from a trip east where he
olosed contracts for a number of new
The Southern Carnival company
presents the largest array of attrac
tions that are now on the road, and is
admitted by all to be the very best
that could have been secured for the
In speaking of the show today Mr.
Leavitt said to a Journal Miner re
porter: "The people of Prescott
will remembei us as having been here
last year at the carnival which was
such an unqualified success and for
that reason the show needs no particu
lar introduction from me. This much
1 wish to say, though, that the array
of attractions that the people saw here
last year has been greatly added to
and improved even over what was then
considered the best show of the kind
on the road. We have since last year
secured "Diavolo" in his famous and
hazardous "Loop-tbe-Loop" which
created such a sensation at the Buffalo
exposition and later at Coney Island,
N. Y. This is really our star attrac
tion and we are in no wise ashamed to
call it such.Jand I am sure that every
one who sees it here in April and sees
the great gravity defying death trap
that will be presented to them, will
heartily agree with us.
"We are just now wintering at Al
buquerque, and within easy access to
Prescott, and we will be here in full
force and don't you forget it. Among
the many other attractions thnt we
now have 1 might name the spiral
globe act, the marvelous Oillmore
family, which we have secured for the
coming season, tbe aerial illuminated
bicycle act, the crystal maze, mecnan
The Christmas midnight mass at the
Catholic church of the Sacred Heart
was celebrated this year with more
than ordinary pomp. Under the sup
ervision of the Sisters of St Joseph,
the altars and the whole church edi
fice had been decorated with cedar
bouahs. holly and flowers with that
artistic teste always displayed by these
The celebrant of the high mass was
Rev. Father Gallette of Detroit, Mich
igan, sojourning in New Mexico.
The Christmas sermon was preached
bv Father Donovan, the worthy assist
ant to Father Quetu. The latter was
in Jerome holding services at that fa
mous mining camp. The sermon was
appropriate and delivered with sweet
ness and oratorical ability.
The music was fine. The usual
churoh choir was present, assisted in
grand style by the members of the
Prescott band orchestra. The musi
cal score was from Leonard's Masses
in E flat and B. flat. Mrs. Lawler
nresided at the organ. All under the
direction of Jules Baumann. Those
competent to judge pronounced the
music melodious and showing talent
and training. Mrs. Robt. E. Morri
son sang with feeling and musical
talent especially "Oh Holy Night,-'
and "Adeste Fideles," accompanied
by the entire musical organization,
her voice ringing out full aud clear
on the midnight air. Other soloist.-
who took part in the singing were
Mrs. Sam Wilson and Mi9 Inez Mor
rison Taken as a whole the cere
monies were never more impressive.
Hon. John F. Sbaforth, member of
house of representatives from Colo
'I want to say a word in behalf of
woman suffrage because we think we
have solved tbe question in Colorado.
"There is no use in rehearsing tbe
arguments in favor or against the
question of woman suffrage; you are
all familiar with them. But in Colo
rado we have practical experience.
We have had what we think is a dem
onstration that woman suffrage is a
sucoess, and a complete refutation of
the arguments that are made that
woman suffrage will have a tendency
to degrade or lower the standard of
woman. It is often claimed by those
who are against woman suffrage that
as quick as you give the power to vote
tn woman, immediatelv she will be
contaminated by having to go to the
polls. Now I want to say in Colorado
the direct opposite has been the ex
perience. Instead of the caucus for
the primary being held in question
able places, tbey are held in tbe par
lors of the most fashionable people in
Denver. Instead of those caucuses be
lug attended by a few persons, they
are public and attended by mauy.
"As a rule a greater per cent of
ladies vote than men, and instead of
their being contaminated by anything
of a bad nature at tbe polls, the effect
has been that there are no loafers,
there are no drunkards, there are no
persons of questionable characters
standing arouud the polls."
The St. Petersburg eorrespundmt
of the Loudop Daily Express sen.l.
the account of a tragic affair that has
occurred in the students' quart. M
of the Russian! capital, the principals
being two girl' students.
One of tbe girls made tlM uc piaint
anoe of a younir uiati of good family
and became secretly engaged to hi 111.
Shortly afterwkrd she introduced her
ical show, such as "A Day in tbe
Alps," and many other marvels, too
numerous to mention."
In speaking of the coming carnival
one of the business men connected
with it said today: "We propose to
make this a grand success, and ob ac
count of tbe time of its appearance we
can hope for more favorable weather
and more favorable conditions than
existed generally at the last carnival.
Every person connected with it will
put forth his best efforts to make of
it tbe greatest affair of the kind ever
"We have already started to work
in dead earnest and as Mr. Leavett
has told you we have engaged tbe at
tractions presented by the Southern
Carnival company and all who saw
this show here last year will know
what it means when it is said that
alter an investigation of the attract
ions I find that it is even better this
year than it was last, and then, it was
replete with good, wholesome enter
tainment for all kinds of people. As
I said before, this association will do
the work and the work will( be done
well, and to tbe end that we will have
a carnival next year which will be in
keeping with our watchword aud mot
to: "Greater and Grander Than
ever. ' 1
Prof. Achille Philion rolls a large
globe, 28 inches in diameter, up and
down a spiral runway, 160 feet long,
and 16 inchee wide, in every conceiv
able way. forward, backward, sideway,
turning and pirouetting, all the time
propelling tbe globe with bis feet and
using no balancing pole.
He also rolls the globe across an
imitation cable fifty feet long and
starting from near the top of tbe
spiral tower. His final descent at tbe
night exhibitions is made under a
magnificent mammoth fountain of fire
which completely envelops the spiral
tower from top to bottom. Tbe lights
being instantly extinguished the mo
ment this pyrotechnic display begins,
the effect produced is a moat beauti
ful transformation tableau which
never fails to create the greatest en
thusiasm among tbe spectators.
Mr. Leavett will remain here at this
time for only a couple of days, but
in advance of tbe date of tbe carnival
a corps of advertisers will arrive when
the attractions which will be offered
will be set forth more in detail.
fiance to another young girl, an inti
mate friend of her own. At this point
the tragedy began, for the Dickie lover
immediately fell deeply in love with
hi.- fiance's friend. and the attachment
The girls, however, true to their
friendship, bad no secrets from one
another, and the newcomer confided
to the betrothed girl the fact that she
and tbe young man were in love.
Tbe twe girls were in despair, and at
length determined that the death of
one of them offered the only solution
of the difficulty. They accordingly
resolved upon fighting what the Rus
sians call an "American duel."
Locking themselves in a room with
a revolver, they drew lots, and it fell
out that the bethrothed girl had to
shoot her friend. The latter stood,
calmly awaiting her death, looking
straight into the eyes of the girl who
held the revolver, but the latter,
yielding to a sudden impulse, turned
the weapon against ber own breast
and fired. Tbe shot was a fatal one,
and, bleeding from a terrible wound,
the girl fell dead on the floor.
At the sight, the girl whose life had
been spared snatched the revolver and
attempted to commit suicide, but her
trembling hand was incapable ot
properly directing the shot, and she
only wounded herself slightly.
Her courage giving away, she knelt
iu despair, and in this position she
was found by neighbors, who, on
bearing the shots, broke into tbe
Chicago and return $86, St. Louis,
Mo., $77, Kansas City, St. Joe and
Atchison, $65, on sale daily, return
limit nine months from date of sale.
lirand Canyon excursions Dates of
ale every Tuesday; return limit sixty
days; rate, $11.40.
Saturday excursions to Phenix
Dates of sale every Saturday, return
limit CO days, rate $9.
Steamship tickets to all points in
Europe, South Africa and Australia.
For rates, sailing dates, etc., call at
Hurke hotel city passenger office.
Hereafter the S. V. V. k P. R. R.
will sell tickets Prescott to Meatb,
Date Creek, Mayer and intermediate
stations, to hunters, on Saturdays
and Sundays at one fare for the round
trip; good returning until the follow
Holiday excursions. One fare for
between all stations on
this line, on sale Dec. 24tb and '.25th,
December 31st and January 1st, liAH,
return limit Jan. 5, 1904.
Los Angeles and return account
holidiiy.- $29.2). Tickets on sale Dec.
. 21 an! 2S, good returning fifteen
days from date. 12xllxtd
Phonia and return one fare for the
round trip. Account cattlemen's as
sociation. Tickets on sale January 2
aud X on certificate plan. ( ertiti
eates, when endorsed by secretary of
the meeting, will be honored for free
tickets returning from Pbenix up to
and including January 10th, 1904
J. W. Kraemer,
City Passenger Agent.
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Winchester. Ind.. writes. Jlv little
im hurl a iavere nt'Hck nf membran
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taking Foley s Money r.ua .ur. n
rot relief after one dose and I feel
that it saved the life cf u.y boy."
Refuse substitutes. Hrisley Drug Co.
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