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ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNALMlNER.
Established riarch 9, 1864. The Pioneer Paper of Arizona
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER II, 1901
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R. N. FREDERICKS, Secretary.
Examining Committer. Morris Gold water,
R. X. Fredericks, A. A. John?.
Ivanhoe Commandery No. 2. K. T.
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i'ilgrim Sir Knights eordiallv raTit1.
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R. N. Fredericks. Recorder. i
GOLDES RULE CHAPTER Xo. 1, iii.-. " m
Maaonic Ha.l on the tirt Thursday in cacb
FRANCES w. JirKPF. Woriiiv Matron
HARIKET 1). OUVER. Sci r-arv".
Presc.U Lodge No. 1. KNIGHTb OF PYTfl? AS
Rtnilar meeting of thi ld'" v. . Monday
at sp m at K of I' hnll. Sojourning Krighl in
good; standing are eordiallv invii- .i to attend
OBO.T. vis;. C-C.
W. J.TRAFT, K.ofR.andS.
IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN.
ECU TRIBE N.. PreM- .U. AfdrMTtt. Rit- ,
uir ronnil of ihit tribe t MnMinic I. all on
the Thinl Sleep of Each Seven Sim, h Run, i
tth Breath . visiting: Chief Fin ffjMrl rMUkHag
rraternallv invited t attend .
ft 0BPH aCOTT, Brufaoa.
P. J. FARLEY. Chief oi Reeonl
A. 0. BL W.
Prewott Lories Xo. 14, ANTIEVT (K!ER
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frau-mallv invito! to attcntl-
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P. J. FARLEY. R-,irtiT.
W . 8. GOLDSWORTIIY. Rnanrli-r
B. P. 0. ELKS.
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evening at Oiid F'(l.)w hall. Sf-jo'inmic
hrilhren t i i;.- ,rdr in standing are .
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Lead M tild.Silv. Cop. U-acl 2.H0
Sarupli by mail r,- . ivc prompt attention
Hi?n,-t I'nc- Paid tor Itiillion.
Sir.et. DKNVF.R. l lilo.
"My Head! My Head!"
Sudden Blindness and Dizzi
ness. What Causes It?
The first step to the finding of a cure
for any disease is to find its cause. And
it's a uotable fact that the cause of a
disease may be quite remote from its
manifestations. Headache, spots before
the eyes and dizziness are only symptoms
of disease. When the experienced phy
sician is confronted with these symptoms
in a woman he enquires at once as to
the condition of the womanly health.
He knows that the general health is
intimately related to the local womanly
health, and from the very symptoms he
argues derangement or disease of the
delicate womanlv organism. So far he
, , . v , , . . 7
ts nght. But when he begins to treat
the he has located how often he
would have very hard headaches and
fails. In the letter of Mrs. Douglass
given below, she says that in ten years
of suffering she tried seven doctors with
out permanent benefit. Her family phy
sician said she could not get well. Yet
what seven doctors failed to do was
perfectly and permanently accomplished
by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
There is no experiment in the use of this
medicine. It has cured thousands of
women of the most distressing forms of
WHAT CURED ME WHEN OTHERS FAILED.
For ten years I suffered with female
trouble, also catarrh of the stomach,
liver and kidney troubles, and catarrh
of the bladder." writes Mrs. Lottie M.
Douglass, of Glenmore. Oneida Co., X.V.
xvould have zrry hard headaches and
bund spells ; stomach and bowels used
to bloat a g1 deal- an1 troubled
wilh beannir-down pains all the time.
Tongue cannot tell how much I suffered
from nervousness. used to think I
should lose my mind, my head would
feel so bad. Sly heart was so bad that
the least excitement, and even to turn
over in bed, would cause palpitation.
Had female weakness so bad for three
years tljat I was in bed most of the time,
in fact could scarcely be on my feet at
all. I tried seven different doctors, but
received no lasting benefit. I was en
tirely discouraged when I wrote to Dr.
Pierce, stating my case. He advised me
lo try his remedies, and I did so. The
first bottle I took helped me. and the
bloat began to go out of my stomach. I
Reiil Estate always advances when valuable improvements
are made. The capitol of Arizona is completed and turned over
to the territory. Tiie state officers now all occupy rooms set
apart for them. Electric cars every 15 minutes. City water also
100 Inches of Water in the Salt River Canal
And Every Lof Guaranteed Plenty of Water.
The soil is siindv and no mud. Now is the time to get lots at
reasonable price in the middle of fine residences already con
structed ar.d ninny still to be built. Sold on the installment
plan if desired, so that all may secure a desirable lot.
M. E. COLLINS,
.17 FIRST AVENUE, PHENIX, ARIZONA
Seeds Seeds Seeds
GARDEN AND FLOWER.
Lawn Grass Seeds in Packages and Bulk !
Our Thirty Years' Experience
In aeketiag weedm for this market enables us to chose varieties most suitable
for the soil and climate of Northern Arizona.
KELLY i STEPHENS
Remember the Old
The 0. K. STORE
S:ap:. . v r-ceries. A Full Stock of Men's Furnishing Goods
48 Goods Fresh
JOSEPH DOUGHERTY, Proprietor
Hold On, Capialist! You Want Me! I Want You! You Want
A Gold Of Copper Mine?
I can Fit you out with the best in Yavapai County.
Have properties ia the Prescott, Jerome, Crowned.
Kin;,; ar.o V iilmrx Districts. Write me at
d. d. Mcdonald,
Corner Office Over liank of Arizona.
Askfor Calla Lily Flour
As Pure and White as the Flower it is Named for.
IT'S THE HOUSEWIFE'S FRIEND
continued the medicine until I had taker
nine txrttles of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription and nine bottles of his ' Golden
Medical Discovery ' and six vials oi
his 'Pleasant Pellets.' I also followed
special directions for home treatment
(which he advised), and the result was
wonderful. Mv bad feeline-s left me and
I can work with comfort now. I give
au tne praise to ui. nerce and nis
remedies, for I believe they saved my'
life. Our family physician said I cculd
Ml get well.
" You can publish this, for I am willing
to let others know how much I suffered A Batch of Bills Paid and Other Matters
and what cured me when others failed." p j
"Favorite Prescription" makes weak! Considered
women strong and sick women well. It
establishes regularity, and dries the of
fensive drains which undermine the
strength. It heals in&ammation and ul
ceration and cures female weaknses. It
positively cures the nervousness, sleep
lessness, backache and similar ailments
which are caused by disease of the
womanly organs. It is the best prepara
tive for maternity. It cures morning
sickness, gives great physi
cal vitality and vigor and
makes the baby's advent
practically painless. It con
tains no alcohol and is '
absolutely free from opium,
cocaine and all other nar
cotics. It cannot disagree
with the most delicate.
grateful beyond w ords.
"Words cannot tell how j Lpon motion, the matter was re
grateful I am for your kind i ferred to the cit v attorney for opinion.
advice and good medi-' Petition from" rariaiiwaaai mam roln.
writes Mrs. John
Cook, of Hastings, North
umberland Co., Ont. "I
had been in poor health
for four years back and
this spring gut so bad
could not do mv work.
went to the doctor and he
said 1 nau ulceration and
falling of the internal or
gans. I thought I would
try your ' Favorite Pre
scription.' I took five
bottles and three of the
1 Golden Medical Discov
ery ' and one vial of Dr.
Pierce's Pellets, and I can
safely say that I never felt
better in my life."
No sick woman should
accept her condition as in
curable or beyond help
until she has given Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion a fair and faithful
trail. The wonderful cura-
tive power of this medicine
has been best proven in j
diseases which had failed to yield to thi
treatment of local physicians, and which !
in many cases, as in that of Mrs. Doug- j
glass, had been pronounced incurable.
Many women wnte to Dr. Pierce for I
M wkUk rfae ml the wise and j
fatherly counsel which are the outcome
of more than thirtv vears of nrartire ami '
success. Dr. Pierce gives to every sick j
woman the privilege of free consultation I
with him by letter. This offer is not to ;
be confounded with those offers of free I
medical advice made by men or women
wno are not HJI Mill ana are not qual-
iicu jctam v. uicuiLaii lu tive tne 1
o. l,.;.-.. tVi.,,
All correspondence is held as sacred.
and the written confidences of women
are guarded by the same strict profes-
sional privacy observed by Dr. Pierce in
his daily personal consultation with sick
women. Address Dr. Pierce, Buffalo, N'.Y.
Do not accept a substitute for Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. There is
no motive for substitution except to en
able the dealer to make the little more
profit paid by the sale of less meritoriooa
is a small sum but it will bring you a big
and valuable book. For ji one-cent
stamps to pay expense of mailing only
you will receive free on request a copy
of Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, in paper covers, containing over
iooo large pages and more than 700
illustrations. The book bound in cloth
will be sent Tor 31 stamps. Address Dr.
R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, if. Y.
and L'pTo Date.
VARIOUS MATTERS ARE
ERED THE SINGING GIRL
At the regular monthly meeting of
the city council on Monday evening,
the following business was transac
ted: Present on roll call, Mulvenon.
Richards, Mr. President and clerk.
ine Dona ot L,. Marvev, wood con-
tractor in the sum of 500 with Joe' ranvmu a uciu uu-l um
Dougherty and G W. Olds' sureties. a eral mix up of Greasers
was approved by the mayor. 'and Gringoes. artilerv practice with)
Mr. Campbell appea"red for the ' 45's in the lower rec-ion. iriin nlavs
S. F. P. ct P. rail raid and asked that
lot -1 and iniprovments. block 2, as-
sessed to the
railroad company, be
the assessment roll.
! the same being exempt.
ting to the employment of female
nilKlcl:nK in , tnu u-uc rtn mr.ii.-tri
laid on the table.
The city assessor was instructed to
I ; hand in report each month of water
I j consumers who do not dbVV their
j monthly water account.
The clerk was instructed to make
out a bill against Solon Marker for
tapping, etc., for the sum of $18.50
and collect same.
Upon motion, the clerk was ordered
to draw warrant on general fund for
$135.10 iu favor of S. A. Prince; judg-
ment in suit of X. Wentworth vs. S.
1 nuty days leave ol absence was
granted" Councilman V. J. Mulvenon.
The following bills were audited
by the finance committee and the
clerk was instructed to draw warrants
W W Fallett
- """"f"1 r
' D Hooker Co 72 78
F E Andrews 2 00
R H Burmister cV Sons Co... 14 00
Martin Testori 2 GO
H W psutlalMi go oo
r n -, . f: XX
" o" "J
" Moden : 7-
A Giles 1(X) 00
B A Prince 100 00
L Harvev G6 25
D Campbell siO 00
Prescott Electric Co 139 00
Dewitt 110 00
- M Murphy.
J W Love
S 00 '
A Avervt .
F G Brecht
J W Brown
Thompson Meter Co
O Red wine assigns to A J
Head and R H Burmister
& Sons Co fiO (X)
Upon motion, the council adjourn
ed. E B Modem Clerk.
Board of Supervisors.
The following claims were, on mo
tion, audited and wpromts in pay
ment on same ordered drawn on ex
pense fund, to-wit:
Reputv recorders, Aug.. 1901 -
E C Ave"rvt ?75 00
L S Colwell 75 00
E E Osenburg 37 50
F E Walker 75 00
iu- uls - V ' ' m
fc,dwin H'-ndon ; )U
Outdoor relief j
Mrs L Hill 7 00 i
Mrs A Tamborino 12 on
John Snvder :
fVoS? rent ' iMm' ' sunt 1
scL? ' rcnt 8"P oo
MJFeeny.JPOce'.:::::: 8 50
D L Booker it Co. outdoor re
lief E Castillo 24 45
John Haiilon, outdoor relief C
Davidson 10 00
RN Loonrv. ser ices contagi
Burke fc Hickey. meals jurors.
Western D T Co, telegrams
S V Jacoby, special constable,
A J Head, lumber
W H Cook, road work
J. P. Storm, treasurer, appeared
and the board proceeded to make set
tlement with him for the month of
Board made au official visit
On motion board adjourned.
THE PHENIX VERSION
. -- .
A Prescott Shooting as Magnified by
the Vivid Imagination of a
The Denver News seems to have
the most cheerful liar in Arizona, as I
its press correspondent in Phenix. as
i will Ix- seen tiv the following special
to that jiaper:
"Phenix. Ariz., Sept. 7. -Concealed
behind desert shrublkTv. "Big Fred"
Leonard, a well known bad man of j
northern Arizona, waited for his vie-:
tim, Willard Allen, an old time stage
driver on the Prescott -McCalie line.'
and sent a bullet crashing through
his brain tonight.
"When the stage approached the
point where the assassin was con-
cealed. the driver alighted, as usual,
to water his horses. L-onard opened
fire, and filled his laxly with lead.
One bullet went through his brain.
The passengers were terrified, but
when the stage driver fell the shoot
ing ceased and Leonard fled. It was
(several hours beford the sheriff was
notified, and the desiterado got I
good start on the jKisse."
The shooting referred to occurred
in Prescott, only one shot being
INDIANS ON A DRUNK.
San Carlos Apaches liadly Jagged
and Threaten Trouble.
A dispatch of the Brd from GIoIk
says that persistent reports of the
wildness of the San Carlos Apach
es, as their war dance stretches
out from ilavs to weeks, keeps the
town iu a state of restlessness and
The Indians at the San Carlos res
ervalion are reixirUtl to lie in a state
of freaBT. Seaml medicine men are
there and trouble is feared.
Born, to Mr. aud Mis. George V.
Sines nf Prescott. Septeaaber s. son.
"ON the firing line."JHE
HOSTILITIES ARE RENEWED
AND THE COLORED TROOPS
Three Belligerent Coons Have a Trian
gular Shooting Free for All One
is Badly Wounded.
Then- is something decidedly
wrong with the human family of this
bursr. During the wast week then-
t u,... i tnM . u..ir .1 c.
galore, domestic infelicity and busi-
ness combatants, and last nic-ht a fit-
ting finale was enacted in the Stock
ade addition by which three "coons'
' rj i
were shot and the black "baby" who
was the "leading lady" in the drama.
got out of the play without a scratch.
The trouble last night grew out of
a disagreement lietween three men.
111 which one desired to preside at a
meeting. In the course of the ritrht
to do so, a lively argument followed
and the woman s affections became an
. important factor to two of the trio,
Angry words ensued, aud then each
I drew a gun when the fusillade of bul-
j lets followed. Some four or five
' shots were exchantred at short range.
one bullet striking Geo. White in the
stomach, another lodged in the foot
of Sam Johnson whiie another grazed
nnger 01 Liee lowuseno. ine
I latter was arrested and lodged in
'jail, and pending the result of the
wounds on his victim has as yet no
charges preferred againt him.
The shooting is the result of au old
feud between the trio, in which the
j woman played the leading hand. Had
M it not lieen for the timelv appearance
ol Unlet rnnce and Ufncer UUes. R
wholesale killing would have molted,
; these officers wnachillg the guns
from each before any further execu
t ion could be done.
The wounded men are in the count v
..i mi , an .
coiumiouoi mm,' 0.111
such that he cannot possibly recover. !
Johnson has a Imdlv shattered in-!
step. Townsend is in jail with a j
bullet graze! finger.
lmiieauons are mat n ine pres-
ent wide-open state of information
about police corruption continues.
fT! : a :t .1
Mr. Croker will find things so v;irm
for him when he returns that he will
not need an- overcoat this winter.
nor lie interested in the price of coal
The great problem .with the deni
ocratic newspapers just now is what dent, but as soon as all arrive, cabinet meeting will be held.
in the name of common sense they
can find to criticise in the adminis- i a 1 8 ,,
tration. O.ir enemy ifl worst ourj Vjenerai COndltiOn
' enemy wheu he is well behaved. m.r,Mtn XT , ., , . . .,
t J BUFFALO, 12 m. No decided change in President s con-
llkanZo I . 36; temperature, to Two physicians and
navy, that he is out of polities for two trained nurses with him constantly, others excluded, as
good. He intimates that, although patient could not be restrained from speaking to all who en
there is a fascination iu office holding. 1 tered the room. Greatest danger is from blood poisoning,
none could tempt!him from his peace-
. . . . ' . ...
till pursuits outheturl ami elsewhere,
But there are manj who suspect that
, wnin iii . n,i a.. rl
vices of an" ear trumpet necessary
when he hears the clarion call for the !
, bl campaigl, Aud the tearful !
praversof his brethem. wkowfflb.
in dire need of candidates with bar
rels, is not likely to go unheeded.
For the third quarter of the year
the stockholders of the Standard Oil
company will receive a dividend of
$N per share, which added to what
has already been paid, will make the
; total amount distributed by this com
pany for the year foot up about .40.
000.000. Contrary to popular belief.
several thousand people particulate
in these dividends
Andrew Carnegie continues to open
i his great purse and provide funds for
t he founding of municipal libraries at
home and abroad. The steel master
seems to lx trying to exemplify his
own preaching that it is a disgrace
for a man to die rich.
The question still remains whether
, , . ,
Admiral Schley would be such a for-
t,lne to the sPace enters if he did not
'lappen to be born in the south.
Tlle,e are times when lor.v is S" :
The trouble with the democratic
platform seems to lie that there is a
hole between the Kansas half and the
Ohio half, into which almost anything
is likely to slip aud not be missed.
The particular- wjrry of the demo j
cratic party just at present apparently
;s that there are too many of it. and
no one can decide which is the real
au( which is the imitation.
There need lie little fear that Co
lombia and Venezuela will get to
lighting so fiercely that they will set
tle the canal problem by boring a
ditch through the Isthmus with the
shots from their rapid-fire gnus. We
hear of tremendous slaughter, but
everything is tropical down then,
Some peapaB are raising a great
ileal of fog over Mr. Carnegie, but he
goes serenely on ghiug away his
money, just the same.
The Courier, addressing itself to
this paper, says: "Invective, Mr. J
M, weakens your case," and then pro
ceeds ag.iiust the Journal-Miner with
a string of invectives longer than the
Invective is the principal
stock in trade of that sheet, as it was
never known to discuss any Qjmtfoa
except with the most malicious invec
tive, which it evidently considers a
MreiiKthejiing plaster when used lv
have also wheeled hit
line anil art-
out 011 a strike.
The chain m iken of
broke the link with their
and are out on a strike.
, at nine a. m. the following bulletin: 1 he President passed
fairly comfortable night and no serious symptoms developed.
(Pulse, 146; temp. 102; respiration, 24."
BUFFALO, Sept. 7. At 10:30 physicians are still con
i suiting, aud are talking of using the X-Ray to locate the bul
let in the abdomen. If located, doctors will open the wound
and endeavor to extract it.
CLEVELAND, Sept. 7. It seems impossible to locate
; tne president's assassin, whose name evidently is Czolgosz.
. His address of Cleveland is false. Every person of that
name fullv explains icnorance of the man. In Toledo the
... r i r.:i: A -Tl
lhuv.uij;u. ictiiuun ucnj ait Kuunitugt vi mmm aaauiauu.
Colo-os has finallv been
tUAAU, ept. 7. LrCOn L,OlgOS lias nnail Deeil
rundown. He kept a saloon a year ago in this city. Later
he was employed in the mills
was always fanatical and over
brought up on a farm near Warrensville, Ohio.
LONDON, Sept 7. All England is depressed over
shooting of President McKinley. Sympathy is as general as
in the U. S. Papers today in black type exclaim, "England
r r t " 1
prays tor Alcts-inie'.
WAV YOKk' .enf T. The market onenpd without n.inir
atirl tliP rloan'n.v linntP xmnfflttW Pfl niirnerl lint Krinnv
next. No financial assistance
BUFFALO, Sept. 7. President's pulse at noon is
and not favorable, but doctors sav they expected this.
BUFFALO, N. Y;, Sept. 7,
fear is of blood poisoning if it
every symptom. The bullet
back and doctors decided for
imnortaiice. Bullet took a downward course, but neither the
intestines nor th
e kidneys were injured.
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A Woman s Love.
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dent, couraeeous and strong as
this afternoon a".d is takintr
Military on the Scene.
BUFFALO, Sept. 7. General Burke, commander of the
department of the east, has arrived and taken charge of the
military. Had fourteenth infantry patrol streets adjoining
residence and stopped all traffic. City begins to assume a
The Cabinet on Hand.
BTJFKALO, Sept. 7. Vice-president Roosevelt arrived at
I o'clock and went directly totheMilbnrn house. Four mem-
bers of the cabinet are here. None allowed to see the Presi-
otherwise chances of recovery
L. - , .
tor hrst SvmptOUlS OI tills.
p. m. President s temperature continues hieh. Doctors
Wall try X-Ray for bullet as SOOH as conditions are slightly
T1 P ri i 1 i f 11 At,
330 p. ni.-The President IS dozing peacefully and has
UtlN-l.il aUllIC LHU1U UUU1 ldlUUvll4 IJK cllC WdLlllli
him anxiously. Mrs. McKinley is lying down in an adjoin-
ine room and" shows remarkable fortitude. Doctors sav no
bad symptoms have developed during the afternoon.
ALPENA, Mich., Sept. 7.
President McKinley, was born
nine vears atro for Cleveland.
still. Leon one of eight children. Family came from
land. Leon, the older brother, married a woman named Nie
man and sometimes used her name.
PARIS, Sept. 7. All France mourns over the striking
down of McKinley. Greatest excitement prevails over the
coming of the Car. It is feared he ma- be assassinated.
Police have had warnings to that effect.
BUFFALO, Sept. 7. From all crowned heads of Euroe
come telegrams expressing sympathy, tenderness and love
for our Stricken ruler
BUFFALO, 4 p. m. Most hopeful message yet sent from
Milburu residence. Dispatch by Secretary Cortelyou to Sec
retary Long at Washington, says: l-Dr. Rixey authorizes
me to offer much encouragement.
PEKIN, Sept. 7. The protocol as settled between China
and the powers was signed this morning. Pekin is to be
evacuated Sept. 17. The entire province of Pe Chi Li on
According to a story told by a
niemlierof the PHlsbuig eoteiie, half
the fr.imiii!; history of the Deutsch
land's recent voyage has not yet lieen
told. The New York World's in
formant, a native of Pittsburg aad a
personal frit -mi of every one of the
voyagers from that city, tells of a
poker game which put IGOOyOOO in
the pockets of only two winner-, lie
tells also of a jack pot played by the
Pittsburg group, which brought the
The plan for keeping TWeodoni
I Roosevelt, rice pn sideai of tne (Jni
. ted States, prominently before the
1 people ami th" campeJjn of edaca-
tion which is ,0 result, SO I 1 - friends
hope, in ins getting the nomination
for president in l'.MM. from the re
publican party is well under way and
lias lteim to take definite shape.
Bo -.'Vilt cllll). will ! opened all
through the west, at once, and as
these clulis gradually glOW ill lllilll-
ber the will be eiteaded to cover
the east. Bui it is to the st and in
the Southwest, where the scheme is to
Coal miners in Tl u e are black
in the face on ace aim of laltor dis-
agreemeiits. aad Bproralhaadwd have
President's physicians issued
1. ij f t, m
of the steel corporation,
zealous as a striker. He
has been required.
Ii:20a. 111. The physicians
Thev are vatchine
lodged in the muscles of the
the present it is of secondary
v- r 11 if
the X-Ray Will be
A laftaK 1 tllaiir lYrnifC lit rr-r rrttiri
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she watches over her husband
all directions from doctors.
good. Close Avatch kept
Leon C. Zolgosz, assassin of
here in 1SS1. The family left
A brother and uncle live here
A J able dspatt h from St. Peters
burg. Russia, ajwi Senatttr Clark"s
new fifteen million rouble mine is
eaDed the Voskrensky Mining com
11a n v. aud is one of the richest in Rus
sia. Au asmiatetl press dispatch is go
ing the rounds that says: A rich find
of lithographic stone "has just lieen
made southeast of Prescott. Another
discovery of the same kind was re
cently made near Alamogordo. New
Mexico. The lithographic stone de
posits are large, both at Prescott and
Messrs. Klbridge of
Gibson of Trumbull
county. Ohio, have formed a compaiiy
to begial iiT.itions on an exteniv'e
-e.de. It was heafeeea heretofore
that lithographic stone existed only
in a small place in Georgia, but the
rntoe Mar Alamogordo will
the whole countrv. it is arid.
Th.' European war cloud is again
hanging low and diplomatic authori
ties are tjuoted as predicting a clash
betanjea Turkey and Russia.
According to the latest rexrts from
the seeae of trouble in the neihltor
hood of the iatheanus. it wouldapear
that the bottoai has suddenly drop
led oui ol the war baaaajaa the Boatk
Auieiie :n republics
I WILL KttUVtK.
Such Were the Prophetic W ords
Uttered by President Mckinley
This Homing on Awakening
Attending Physicians Report His
Condition as Continuing to
Manifest Hore Favorable Symp
toms, and the Crisis Has About
BUFFALO. X. Y., Sept. 1. Xoon
There is a general feeling of satisfac
tion around the Milburu residence. It
is officially announced that the Presi
dent is letter than at any time since
the hour of the shooting. He has not
been in as satisfactory condition any
time as at half past eleven o'clix-k
this morning, when the doctors issued
1 their bulletins.
The night was a restlessone. which
was natural and expected, but this
morning he Ix-gan dozing and at
dawn he was sleeping soundly. AtlOj
he awoke and said, "Gentlemen, I
will recover." The six doctors smiled
their approval and said
That is half
the battle, Mr. President."' A half
hour later after consultation and ex-
1"""al,u" ""V '-u
"President's condition is becoming
1 more and more satisfactory aud uuto
j ward incidents less likely to occur.
aa 1 1.10. i. 1 1. ... ;
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uou. 2. Signet!, P. M. Kixey. N. B.
Mann . Roswel, parkri H. Myn.ner.
1 Eugene Wasden. Geo. B. Cortelvou.
sec'y of the President."
This is the most satisfactory bulle
tin vet issued. There
will be no
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further probing for the bullet
. : . . . .
of the doctors are opposed to opening j
, the wound, and according to their by mouth and should be read about
diagnosis there is no immediate dan- one degree higher by rectum."
ger even if it is not entirely located.: .Signed by all attendmg physi-
S , . . . . . . : cians. Geo. B. Cortelyou.
News of the president s improvement I Secretary of President.
spread rapidly and thousands who re-,
framed from visitin- the fair in the Late(. BuMetin Sti Favorable.
time of suspense are flocking there -,.. aa-ai - j
The following bulletin was issued
uovv- I by the President's physicians at 10 a.
: m.: The President has passed the
All is Well at Four 0 Clock. most comfortable night since the at-
T ni-Dvnm-cr tiTc tin tempt on his life. Pulse, 116; tem
MILLBL KN HOI .NE. Bl FFAU ). 100; 0,,, 28. P. M.
Sept. 9. I Special to Journal-Miner. I hXf,v. Roswell Park. Geo. B. Cortel-
j A long conference of the physicians
was finished at ten minutes to four,
The first two doctors to leave were
Doctors Myutner aud Wasdin. who
with smiling faces said: "There is
nothing new. gentlemen, the exami-
has been perfectly satisfactory
. and all is well.',
Still Improving and His Condition Very
Favorable. At Three O'Clock He
BUFFI IA . .. Sept.
, P- m.-The Pnwdent s eond.t.on
! genendly improved and he is now
" " T"
unfavorable symptoms. Bowels and
Kill lit llllll llUlic ilic urm uwiuidii
performed. His pulse is Wh tempt r
ature, 101: respiration 26. Signed.
Geo. B. Cortelyou,
Secretary to the President.
Buffalo. 3 p. ni. -President Mc
Kinley was assassinated at Buffalo
between 2 and 3 p. m. A wire re
ceived here a few minutes later savs
act was committed byaaatawnrki
ine Xeilipie Ol .IIIIMI. .lllir- lilt- 1 ICl-
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Two shots were fired, both entering
: the abdomen anil both U'ingfatal.
' He was not dead at last reports but
no hope is entertained of keeping him
' alive but a few hours.
Special to the Journal Miner)
President McKinley was shot twice
by a well dressed man whose name is
unknown and with whom he was
shaking hantls in the Music Hall of
the Buffalo exposition this afternoou.
One bullet lodged in the chest and
the other in the abdomeu. Doctors
sav the latter is a fatal wound. The
bullet was extracted from the breast
bone. He was conveyed to hospital.
There is terrible excitement at
Buffalo anil it is rapidly spreading
all over the countrv.
LATER President McKinley is
fatally wounded: no chance to re
cover: assassin's name unknown, w ill
be sent later.
The early report of the tleath of the
1 president emenated from an attache
of the hospital. It is contradicted
and is officially unconfirmed. The
first bulletin issued is as
dated at 5:10:
"President McKinley is alive, and
is resting easy."
The assassin has been captured anil
gave the name of Nieman. coming
from Detroit. Michigan.
Land Grabber Wocds
At the first distribution of land
BJaler the Kl Reno lottery plan, James
R. Woods, of Weatherfont. who held
ticket No. L took a tract of land ruu-
ning th. entire distance along the
south sitle of the towusite. thus shut
ting out Miss Mattie H. Reals, who
was second on the list. It was sup-
posed that he would take one of two
quarter sections nil joining the town-
site, leaving the other for Miss Ben Is.
but he refused to do this and insisted
on grabbing the Ix-st half of each section.-
Jim W001 Is of Weatherford.
Teal all the world his name
The man w ho for a littie land
Exposed hinisels to shame.
Jim Wooda of Weatherford
You may be rich, but you
Have 1 lone a thing that no one with
A manly heart would do.
Jim Woods of We:therford
The man who grabbed a town
He holds the record a - a hog.
And ne'er shall live it down.
Citv of Mexico Anglo laaaneaa.
The President Passes a Com
fortable Night and Symp
toms Are All Favorable.
His Physicians Now Feel Assured of
His Speedy Recovery, Barring Un
favorable Complications Which Are
ss ible to Arise.
BUFFALO. N. Y.,Sept. 10. Presi
dent McKinley passed the most com
ortable night of any since he was
shot and awoke this morning feeling
very much refreshed and cheerful.
His temperature this morning was re
duced to 100. while his pulse has
shown a corresponding decrease. He
eats well and relishe-i his food and all
organs of his system seem to be per
tural and performing their functions
While the doctors consider that the
crisis has virtually passed, they
that it will lie a week yet before he
, will have nrosrressed sufficiently to be
,.,-.,w.;.t..,., 1 ontiri.lv out nf rlanirer. aa
complications are possible to arise
Whieh would give him a set back. He
' ! ls being closely watched, however, tor
of any unfavorable
Early Official Bulletin.
The following bulletin was issued
! by the president's physicians this
morning: "The president's condi
i tion this morning is eminently satia
: factorv to his physicians. If no
complications arise a rapid convalea-
' may oe expected.
rulse 11H; temperature ira.d: respi
ration 26. Thus temperature is taken
you Sec. to the President.
The Latest Bulletin.
The followiuir bulletin was issued
at 3:20 p. m.: There has been no
change since this morning's favorable
' " . V '- Kvt'
i r..iTiirfit.in Si(mi nv at
tending physicians and Geo. B. Ccr
telyou, secretary to the president.
A COLD BLOODED
W HILE ASLEEP IN BED BILLY
ALLEN IS SHOT AND FA
No Provocarion for the Deed and
the Assassin Escapes.
One of the most cold-blooded and
unprovoked attempts at murder oc
curred this morning at the O. K. cor
ral. Willard Allen, familiarly called
"Billy," being the the victim, and
Frank Leonard, an employe of the
Pione r Truck company, being the
shooter. The particulars are that a
trivial misundersta titling took place
early in the evening over placing a
Ixxtrd in the feuce that had been
nulled off. and so little did Allen con-
si. ter the dispute inai ne
w.tit to bed in the wagon.
At five p. m. today Leonard
went to w here Allen lay asleep and
deliberately placing a six shooter
airainst Allen's fao1, fired, the bullet
crashing through the center of the
chin and coming out at the back of
the neck and to the left of the jugular
vein. Allen's condition this after
noon is extremely critical. The
mat loss of blood has also weakened
him. Leouartl left the scene imme
diately and has escaped.
A conference at which conditions of
peace in the great steel strike are
U-iug discussed, is being held in the
office of the United States Steel cor
ioration. The participants in the
discussion include Pres. Chas. M.
Schwab, of the United States Steel
corimntl ion; c-iiuuiei uii-i5, fi
iienftof th(, u.rican Federation of
Labor: John Mitchell, president of
the I'nitetl Mine Workers: Prof
Jenkins, of the Industrial Commis
sion: Secretary R. M. Easly of the
Civic Federation and Harry White,
secretary of the Garment Workers'
association. The conference was ar
ranged this morning and was asked
for by Samuel Gompers ami John
Mitchell who are Itelieved to be act
ing in huhafl of Pres. Theodore J.
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