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HbBR I'APER OF ARIZONA.
PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 14, 1908.
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iwkhr tfif Silent
y uiwi" y ' -
The Poison Speeds Through
Unfortunate Man And
imcm of iinultcrnbln agonies,
IV - i Mm, tlio trapper who Sntur
m v i i-r.u(rht to tlio county "nospit-
r'llll 1 I1J III lllllFI.., IHUII lib
4 i sniuliiy, Tho lust hours of
if nt MiaiO 1111 II ;tu iqium uiiuiii
,ttt1 ivnw of opinion. Those, while
, ,ii ('lid nu'jjtiil npproeintlon of
Ip r o Mllioring, iiu hoi Keep mn
. ii touring- hideously nt his
iyt Mit conscious eliorts to gain
-ay Hcniitliu nw) of too
tion was oiio of tlio nioft
1 indent that bus over boon
- ti,is district. ' While the
i :i. a Iniig t into making its
nii-i f, ,i iti in it worked witli deadly
fVt month and ten days pass-iH-f
-ri tnr victim noticed anything
nrnn Throe days after ho marked
thr li h Kvmptoms he wan a corpse.
The f, tt ul working of the affliction
wirn hi e it Hiiowed unmistakable in
to 1 us of hydrophobia was quicker
than thr wings of death. Not till Hun
Jv, Mic day after he reached the hos
pital mid the consultation of physi
ciati ihtorniiiio beyond nil doubt that
kf Mrango actions of the unfortunnto
man were hydrophobic nyinptoms. Jlut
jhniit iniddny Hiindny seizures of tno
fKiivn m'I in and through tlio nftoruoon
Kif f mu ted the most heart-sickening
Hai i'er beheld nt the hospital.
tut' grip of the mniady grew
fif n er H jititlin nothing short of i
"ul w, dug at his check and fore
fjl u.ieri' the venomous varmint bit
"i i t o riiuind the scar from his
In later staues of the end the
STILL HAltPS ON PUBLICITY OF
Bv A -fisted Preasi.
LINCOLN, Oct. 12. -In an address
t Die state university this nfteruoon
Brvan att:ii'kiil thu nrinimnnts of
Hughes in defense of tho Republican
platform, dwelt upon thn difference in
uV platforms relating to publicity of
'umpalgn contributions, and discussed
he propriety of Itoosevolt in support
He attacked the Republican position
on the. tariff. In regard to tho veto of
lao two cent passenger bill by Hughes
be Mid he may not hnve dono so on
account of tho contributions of ttntfls
Schwab, and others, but It "may bo
natural disposition to tnko sides wtti:
"io trusts against the people."
l'AIMS, Oct. 12. Prince Ferdinand
""iy.nr of Hulifarla." made a trium
I'hil entry into his capital amid scones
i patriotic enthusiasm. A TurKisu
nnscr with thro torpedo boats nr
"ve-l at Salonika by way of Samos
" firceiiclan nossosvon. This is Tur
kv' answer to Cretan union with
rni'ce For u iniincnt there was a lit
lalk of war, but oven Borvia soems
" "r taking a calmer view of tho sit
H ! I 4 ! 4
h Hoported Dnilv for tho .loiirnnl-
'V Miner by John W. Fllnn, Unit-
j "i states Weather Ulisorver.
j Maximum temperature 75; mini
T imim .TJj precipitation none.
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poor man at time imitated the nntlcs
of a quadruped. Heckoned to, he would
tro ii i to a person as a houso dog.
The quick death wns merciful. "
Koanllln will 10 buried today at 11
o'clock in the Citizen' Cemetery.
The d'ad man is survived by a wife,
two sons ami n daughter. One son,
W. '., Kcantlln, a seventeen-year-old
boy, was trapping with his father at
the time the skunk attacked the old
man. Toe remainder of the familv is
in Oklahoma. .
Scnntlin was fifty-two vears old. He
had boon ' trapping In this coilrttry
Hi son will leave nt onco for Ok
lahoma. He brought in from the .Scant
lin camp the pelts of eighty seven coy
otes and eight wild cats.
NEITHER PARTY UNDERSTANDS
MEANINO OF FAILURE
OF NEW YORK VOTERS
Hoeclitl l thn Jourtial'Mlnr
WASHINGTON. Oft. 11?-- Kepiiliii
an and Democratic politieiaus have
guessing match as to whie'i ougUr to
be the more worried over tho decrease
in registration in New York and else
where. II is taken to indicate a statt
of ainithv which it was thought hai
been dispelled by the letters ol rresi
dent Roosevelt and Mr. Hryan am
other duxes of "ginger" which have
been iniccted into tno campaign.
is an all around peculiar year in poll
tics, anil there is no way to determine
ivln.tlmr Reiiiiblicans or Democrat
would Miirer the more by reason of
r... . .. - i...i:..i"
I here is a preiiy geuenu imm-i
Mr. Itooxevelt will accept ine ngin
reeistration as snflleient reason why
1... ii.milil ttihe further nnrt in thu
cnmnaiL'ii. and ' announcement to that
effect from the White JIouso may be
expected at any time. This election is
not going by default if the president
can help it, and he hs only been wnit-
:.. . ..tiirm tin w leuier ne ciiiuu
maintain silence without danger
The last three weeks of the cam
paign are going to ho as strenuous as
tim imrtv manacers can inako them.
Thn voters havo got to bo aroused, and
if epistolary efforts will not nrouso
them roenur.'o will nnv to no i
n,o limo-honored methods of red lire,
brass bands and spoil-binding. Of
course, those adjuncts will bo employed
in any event, but tlio Diggor me go..
that can bo tired the more noifo there
will be and, supposedly, tho oniniisi
asm will be correspondingly greater.
DOLL1VER CASTS SPELL.
Brilliant Orator Delivers Eloquent
Addross to AngllnoB.
I.OS AXOKl.KH, Oel. l'J.-Senator
Dulliver addressed an audience of five
thousand persons tonight on tho po
iur..,i Uuims of the day. He paid a
Urvan. but hi"
mention ,f Roosevelt elided prolonged
anphuiso. lie said the paramount is
sue of the campaign was the perpetua
tion of Roosevelt's policies. Ho closed
with no eloquent tribute to Taft, and
predicted hi election.
Miss 1-Mnn Hyrs of Silver Hell is
the guest of her aunt, .Mrs. u. n. iwi
er. in the city.
Win ore nf
;ers Start a Merry
And Eighth Innings Scoring
Tallies at Random
My AnHnclntcil I'rrsn.
rilM'AOO, Oct. Vi.-Detroit bo
ame a real contended for tho world's
championship today, defeating Chicago
to .'I. Mullin, of Detroit, held too
ubs to seven scattered hits, and pass
ed but one man to base.
I'feister's left handed shoots for the
most part failed to puzzle tho Michi
gan batsmen. He Issues two passse,
was hit for eleven singles, two Jou
les, six hits coming in tho sixth in
ning and netting live runs.
Tlio crowd in this liming was insist
ent upon I'feister's retirment. Chance
only smiled cheerfully, and ignored the
Tyrus Cobb, who'je playing a year
ago was a disappointment, batted .S00
per cent today, making three singles
ami a double out of live times up.
Others whoso work contributed to
the victory were t'leary, Crawford and
Rodman, each of whom ruado two hits,
although Rosxman and O'I.enry were
both charged with errors.
To Mullen Is due the greatest credit
and was awarded by the spectators.
Despite the fact that tho sun shone
brightly and tho temperature was high
er than yesterday, only 11, IBS paid ad
missions were registered, total receipts
Detroit was first to score. O'Lrary
lined nut a safe hit with one out, went
second on Crawford's out, and scored
on Cobb's single short to, center.
In the sixth inning Detroit camo 11 i
from behind ami won the game. Mill
rUTS FORTH HIS POSITION ON
LA150R IN STRAIGHTFORWARD
MANNER AND RAPS
lly Associated I'resr
AKRON, Ohio, Oct. I -J. -.Seventeen
Ohio I owns head and saw Taft today.
He talked from Cincinnati to Akron,
through 11 portion of the state conced
ed to have boon a Foraker strongoold,
with a portion of tho territory Dem
ocratic. His important speeches were at
'anosville, Cambridge and Akron. At
Zanosville his speech went after both
Hryan and Compels.
'Regarding his decisions while on tno
bench he said ho laid down tho principle-
upon which labor organizations of
the country built up prosperity.
In record to l'nnnma ho said when
he decided against laborers In tho
(iiiestlon of wages Uioy elected him a
member of the union nuer u iiuiii
rd reasons for his action.
1.. A Miini'1.1 tcil Pre.
HALT I-AKK CITY, Oct. 12.-If
Hryan' were elected his administration
would be fought by n powerful ole
t in his own party, is the principal
argument in Henntor Hovnrldgo's ad
II., asked if Hrynn was willing
should bo tnkon whether they would
su.mort or oppose Ilryan's principal
Ho prmlictod If the poll worn taken
it would show greater opposition to his
policies propose than nny opposition
of pretidential policies since Jackson s
VENTURES I S BIVOUAC
OPPOSE COMMONER S
- Go - Round in Sixth
len walked, Melntrye Hinglcd, and
O'I.eary bunted, filling he bases. Craw
ford then knocked n lint grounder to
Chance, too hot to handle, and Mullen
scored. Cobb beat out a bounder, and
Melntrye scored. Rossman then sin
gled, scoring O'I.enry and Crawford,
Cobb leaching Mini. The balloon was
about to go up, when Hoffmann cap
tured Hchaefer's lly at center, and by
a perfect throw caught Cobb at tho
plate. Thomas doubled, scoring Ross
man, but Kvers throw Couglilin out at
In the eighth inning Cobb doubled,
Rohsmati beat out 11 bunt, and Hchnef
er llew out to right field. Rossman
reached second, but Cobb was held at
third. Thomas walked, then Cobb
scored on Cougnliu's out to Kheckanl.
Mullen hit safely, scoring Rossman,
hut Melntrye grounded out to Stein
fol.lt. Chicago scored only in the third in
ning. After Hheckard struck out Kv
ers was passed. Ho was caught .off
first, ran for second, .and was safe on
Rossman 's high throw. Kchulte fouled
out, but Chance singled, Koring Kv
ers. Chance stole second, and same,
home on Couglilin 's bad throw of
Steinfeldt's grounder. .Stoinfcldt
scored wheir Hoffman tripled to left.
The score: It. If. K.
Detroit 8 III B
Ch!cag B 7 0
Hatteries Detroit: Mullen and
Thomas; Cnicago: I'feister, Ruelbach
ON EVE Of
ARIZONA'S SOLDIER BOYS
START FOR TERRITORY
lly Associate! Press.
CAMP ATAHCADKRO, Oct. IS
Regulars and militia tonight are Id
vouacing in the hills and valleys hero
nbonts preparatory to tlio buttle be
tween the "red" and "blue" armlrs
gentries 11 ml patrols are guarding the
npproaches on both side.
Six miles divide thn lines of tne two
armies, but the outoosts are keenly
'alert for unexpected surprise Cav
airy patrolH of tho two lorces are ex
poeted to come in contact at eight to
morrow, and the outcome ot the lmttio
that ensues depends upon tho stnrtcgy
of the two commanders, Col. Frederick
Smith and Lieut. Col. Moon, who havo
tactical disposition of their respective
The California guard break camp on
Wednesday, and the Arir.ona militia on
GOVERNMENT BUYS SILVER.
WAHHI.VOTO.V, Oct, 12. Tho troas
ury today purchased 100,000 ounces of
ilv.r for delivers- at New Vork nt
$r,l.r,r a fine ounce.
KILLED BY POSSE.
Al'BCRN, -Cal., Oct. 12.-J. P. Oar
red, who Sunday slightly wounded
Louis iFallor'nnd hl wife Bertoa, In a
Dutch fiat, was killed by a posso this
afternoon. Ono of tho posso was
wounded in the leg by (larred.
NKW VORK, Oct. 12. -Copper, lake,
13(fi135 electrolytic, I3A 13;
casting, 12 6p 13.
Mining locnl'loii notices for sale at
tno Journal-Miner office,
rreat Britain Changing Front Agrees
To Act With Russia to Bring
About a Conference Of
It)- Associated I're.
PARIS, Oct. 12. The Halknn fitua
tion, both diplomatically and locally, Is
regarded as brighter today. Cnmhuii,
the il-'reuch ambassador at Ilerlin, re
port that Oermany Is ready to partic-
pate in the proposed conference. Of
ficial advices from London lead to
hope for' nn early agreement between
Foreign Minister Iswolskv of Russia
and Secretary drey of Croat Hritaiu.
is understood here Hist (trey does
not oppose the conference dealing wita
questions in Argeilnues, provided Tur-
LONDON. Oct. 11'. -Iswolskv sue
ceeded today in impressing upon Kir
I.dward Cray the ueco'sit not only
that a conference of powers should be
NIPPONESE SHOOT MEMBERS OF
My AssoclnUil Press.
HKOl'L, Oct. 13. It ha just boon
learned thai twenty-two members of
the "I. I. Chin Hoi," a pro-.lnpaneso
organi.atiou in Korea, were killed by
.lapanoso gendarmes at Clio I. ado a
few days ago.
Tno- affair was hop! qniot, but has
caused much uneasiness because it
might, be considered a ruthless slaugli
tor of inoffensive Koreans by Japan
ese soldiery, was calculated to confirm
pieviou reports of cruelty practiced
by Japanese in Korea.
Marquis ltd, In Tokio, was inform
ed of the occurrence.
It is understood a cabinet council
will be called to consider the question
and decide upon future action.
As a consequence of mnny confer
ences a report is widely circulate.
that the Japanese government is de
cided to annex Korea Immediately.
Associated Press is assured this 1
It is explained tho Japanese took the
Koreans for a band of insurgents.
STRIKE UP THE BAND.
Whipple Troops to Draw Their Pay nt
WICKKNB1TRO, Oct. 12.-Not to be
outdone by Phoenix or Cnmp Atasca
dero, Wickenburg is to have a military
encampment nnd is to witncs toe
pomp and panolpy of war. Tin troops
stationed nt Whipple barracks are to
set out shortly on u practice innrch
under command of Lieutenant Baker,
They propose to reach Wickenburg
about October IK.
At Wickenburg a rest of a day or so
will bo taken while the troops welcome
tho pnyinnster who Is to moot them
there and scatter nround a little gov
eminent money. H Is estlmnted tho
disbursement will ninouut to between
2500 and $3000, and it is hardly like
ly that i(ll of it will bo taken nway
from the Hnssayninpa village by the
soldiers. They like to havo a good
time 011 payday jurt likn other people
nnd Wickenburg will probably got
some of the benefit of it.
From Wickenburg the soldiers will
march to Castle Hot Springs, where
they nie expected to arrive on the 17th.
NKW VORK, Oct, 12-allver fil;
Mexican dollars AT.
held to settle the near east crisis, bat
the conference should take under ud
visoment other questions besides toow
involved by the annexation of Ilosala.
and Heregovinn, and the declaration
of Hiilgarlan independence.
A change of front on tho part of
(Irent Ulrtniii, which caused great fur
prise, was announced by tho forolga
ofllee at the conclusion of a long con
ference between (Iray and Iswotsky
after tho meeting of the cabinet at
which (!ray sot forth the position he
had taken, and explained his views t
the Russian minister.
Furl nor than the statement that oth
oer questions would probably bo dis
cussed ,nt the conference, nothing of
ficial could bo ascertained ns' to ques
tions Iswolsky desires to include.
It is doubtful if the conference is
derided upon what shall be taken op
In addition to the two actions rrhicli
brought about the crisis.
It is doubtful if Russia is nnxiops to
reopen Dardanelles for the present,
for if this is done, it must be for alt
nations, and Russia is not likely to da-
sire that while her Hoot is so woajc.
Besides, other treaties in nddltion t
the Merlin treaty would bo involved.
Tho only point, apparently, Great
Britain Is counting upon, is no modti
cation treaty enn be permitted wltljju
the consent of nil parties to the treaty.
What can be served by this Is nut
stated, but it hnrdly enn bo expoctut
that Bulgaria or Austria-Hungary will
coiieut to restore the legal status in
Bulgaria, Bonia and Herzegovina, bo
fore the questions of Independence mid
annexation are considered, as tho pow
eis are decided must bo done in re
spect to Crete.
ALL SURE STATES
CHAIRMAN HITCHCOCK DECLARES
BRYAN CHASES BUBBLES
IN EXPECTING TO
liy Aissocliitfil Press.
NKW YORK, Oct. 12. Hitchcock to
day Kiid ho saw 110 justification for
Democratic hope of success in OIiiik
He said Republican success in tbni
state was assured.
Chairman MeKinley, of the congres
sional committee, said Iudiann was ear
talniy safe for the Republicans.
He declared Illinois not only would
elect every Republican congressional
candidate but would give Taft and
Sherman n majority. He said tho next
lower houe would be Republican.
Hitchcock iiuiiuiiured tonight that na
successor would be appointed to Da
Pout, who resigned ton chairmanship
of tho Speakers' Bureau.
EMINENT 8MELTERMAN HERE.
W. I). Leonard, connected witii tbe
Guggenheim smelter Interests thn last
twenty yenrs, stopped over here Satur
day to visit his brother, S. B. Leon
nr, assistant general manager of the
Verde River Copper Company, lon
ard is on his way home to Halt Lnk
City from a tour of ArUonn ami New
Mexico. He left Sunday morning for
Jerome, where he will visit the United
Verde smelters. Hofor leaving, he
stnted that he was very favorably
Impressod with Ariaoua. its modern
building, enterprising people and mln
oral piissibllitii's. lie rgrttd that
hi business onRaftffftfojita prevented
him visiting the hufe uiina of thn
Inndvertlsfld things are sold some
times. Journal-Miner want ad will
sell it quickly.