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ARIZONA JOURNAL WINER
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
J C. MARTIN, Editor and Proprietor
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FIGHTING FOR PEACE.
A few short years ago the Emieror
Nicholas of Russia, who was much
younger then than he is now. ex
pressed a willingness, in which he
wanted everybody to ardently join,
to have a whole lot of peace, good
will on earth and that sort of thing.
The old political ducks of the conti
nent thoturht thi6 was strange and
No man ever occupied the position
of United States attorney in this ter
ritory who will leave the office with a
better record than will Hon. R. E.
Morrison, whose successor was p
pointed January 8. This is a strong
recommendation, too, as Arizona has
had some excellent men fill the posi
tion. Mr. Morrison is well versed in
his profession, and w hile he has dis
played most commendable zeal iu the
prosecution of all cases, both crimi
nal and civil, to which the govern
ment has been a party, at the
same time he has not permitted his
zeal to partake of the nature of perse
cution. No man who has ever been a
defendant iu the case where Mr. Mor
rison represented the prosecution can
say that any unfair advantage was
taken of him. or that he was not per
mitted to present his case fairly. The
best evidence of the ability possessed
by him is the record of his success.
He will retire from the office with the
respect aad esteem of the members
of the lar. the judges before whom
he has practiced as well as of the citi
zens of the territory. Mr. Morrison
"The Smashers' Mail." Mrs. Carrie
Nation, editor, has suspended publi
Ex-Governor Hogg of Texas has
just sold out his IWumout oil hold
ings for $,000,000.
The Dostinaster of the house of
representatives recently received a
letter addressed to "The Black Eagle
M. C." He delivered it to Represen
tative de Gaaffenreid of Texas, for
whom it proved to be intended.
It is stated ihut the Amalgamated
Copper association owns tw ent y new s
papers scattered throughout toe
I'nited States. This doubtless ac
counts for the large amount of free
advertising the corcern has received.
A Philadelphia newspajier depicts
General Miles on the bridge of a bat
tleship. Admiral Dewey iu rough
rider costume and astride a broncho
is uext in order.
William Ti Stead has issued a
pamphlet in which he predicts the
day when America will have united
with England and her colonies and a
'great American republic will rule
Board of Supervisors.
Report of county assessor showed
the total number of poll taxes collect
ed during the year as 3.500, amount
ing to .58.750.
The following claims were approved
and warrants in paymsnt of same or
dered drawn on expense fund.
Burke & Hickey, meals jurors? is uu
Chas Lvtton, meals jurors 6 00
Comet Grotto, meals jurors.. . 6 00
J. R. Holder, bounty 10 00
Robt. Schultz. bounty 60 00
Silas Ruggles. lountr SO 00
Postal Tel. Cab. Co.. telegra's 16 85
Mrs. Mary Lemiux
Moon- Mer. Co.. J- Kerr
Jos. Dougherty--J. Dempsey,
S45;AUred family, ?R0: Mrs.
Foster. S24; Mrs. Harvey.
J.I. Gardner Mrs. Stephau
and Mrs. Daniels
T. Y. Otis Mrs. Mamie Was-
John Hanlon -C. Davidson..
I D. Levy & Co. Tucker fain
M. A. Tucker
Mrs. V. B. Proffit
15. M. Crawford E. Helm. .
Joe Mayer J. H. Lane
i Lvons k Knoblock. supplies,
School dist No 36, property
destroyed, contagious dis
ease B M Crawford, justieefpeace .
Mae Snuffin, stenographer. .
V ( 1 Reese, assd juror cert . . .
.1 H Robinson, assd iuror cert
J R Jordan, bounty 20 00
G C Ruffner. team hire 12 00
Chas Dow ling, surveying
S A Prince, constable Pres
J L Hall, justice peace, Con
gress J L Muiids. sheriff's fees.
nbrm etc. 16.604.10. al
lowed 6,574 05
Henrv Brinkmeyer, outdoor
relief 45 00
Henry Brinkmeyer. meals
The tax collector was directed to
strike from the assessment of United
Verde Extension Gold. Silver s Cop
or Ifintn On. for the year 1901. the
Mono and the Red Rock No 2 mining ting
claims, assessed for S750 each, the under these
game being in error. Also, in assess
inent of J. VY. Dougherty for the year
1901 to strike off "one-third erde
mining claim, assessed for $300. the
same being in error.
25 001 js all right, if you are too fat;
7 15 and all wrong, if too thin already.
Fat, enough for your habit, is
FACTS OF F0KE1GN INTEREST.
The total nf crimes in England and
Wales fell frm 15,923 in 1873 to 158.
924 in 1898.
Only one among; the seven presidents
of the French republic has served out
a full term.
Miss Beekwith was only 14 year old
when, in 1875, ahe swam from London
It was in 1853 that Japan was forced
by an American squadron to first open
ports to foreign trade.
In 1831 Great Britain urew 18 bush
FOES IN AMBUSH.
THE HIDDEN PERILS OF THE
PAST AND PRESENT.
healthy; a little more, or less, is els f pram i ut. Last year
. e I i she prew seven bushels.
no great harm. Too tat, consult Eleetrie cab service In Paris has
a doctor; tOO thin, persistently proved very Bspn Htshle, and it is said the arrow that flieth by day," for the
. ' that the loss reprr-L;- .!nn.00O. nf thf arrow is Dast and eone. But
thin, no mauerwnat (.ausc, ian.& . . . , r ,. .,1,tnn.nn the "rctilenre that walketh in clarK-
When the Puritan passed through the
forests of New England, he realized that
his greatest danger was from hidden
foes. Therefore, he was armed and
vigilant. The enemies a man can see
he can fight, but the enemy that skulks
in darkness unseen, be he ever so weak,
is to be dreaded by reason of his in
visibility. iaa 1
TV,. ( that threaten the li!e to-lay
are all ambushed. There is no fear of
There are many causes of get-
, . 1 n 1
too thin; tney an come
two heads: over
work and under-digestion.
In the blastings at Bi -hupton, on the
used on a length of 2,300
59 25 Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Greenock rairw.y.814 ton-ofr-paw- llnSM--
The senator from South Carolina
l. u t k. th m,Wrnnr Geo. H. McGlllllls. services
snouni rriiieiuiK-i un . .
of North Carolina said to the DThV.
ernor of South Carolina. Perhaps rjjnjju, J Jn aafatrr Co., sup
they might le able to drown the fire pHes jail aud court house..
f envr and stem the steam of invec- Barthel k Stocks, supplies
A record catch of sturgeon on the
Volga has just been made by an Astra
khan fishing firm, one fish weighing
more than 4fi nood, or about 1.700
pounds. The head weighed about 400
pounds, and th roe. from which the
0 1 'C wn. famous caviare is prtparea. came iu
Stop over-work, lr you can, , about 22n poundi The ,turgeon was
but. whether you can or not, valued at $400
take Scott's Emulsion of Cod
nestilence that walketh in
Let the word pestilence be only whis-
Liver Oil, to balance yourselt
with your work. You can t live
on it true but, by it, you
-frl 1 .
can. l nere s a limit, huwcvci;
Juan Geron, interpreter
Tom Jerry (Indian) intepre-
i Louis Dondree. interpreter. . .
VY. G. Keese, premium insur
F. L. Xoble. outdoor relief J.
Rolierts . . .
looked very much askance at ! he iu
experienced but well meaning young ' ment for reappointment
"Prohibitionists are in the wrong:
prohibition is a fraud and a failure."
was the startling and sensational as
sertion made by Bishop Potter of the
Protestant Episcopal church, diocese
of New York, receutly at a meeting of
influential New Yorkers. eaU to ; Geo. L. Hudson, trausporta-
discuss "excise law aud Sunday clos- S J- -gg-
ing." And, relative to the plan of : JJJ
Sundav closing of liquor pi MM, use BaaMara-Burnustec C-o., sup
bishop said further: "Here iu New
York we are going to screw up all the
doors on Sunday, just as we have
to raise a
An Arizona Story.
Whenever a Ios Ansreles newspaper
wants a fjood story they lay the foun
dation for it by either locating it in
Arizona or by usinir an Arizona man
. . , as ine s o it 01 11. mr unantwair
: pear there was published in the I you'll pav for it
1 1 .1 . r . 1 ...... I J '
iv" r-ji I lines anil t lie name 01 iuc aiuuiw
iN " 1 :- 1 k a Rr.
bour, an alleged mining man who is Qil is the readiest cure for
said to kave tried to get a corner on , 1
all or at least a large portion of the "can t eat, unless It COmes Ot
-teiiotrraphers of that city. Eiznaor-1 TOnr doiott no workvou can t
Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver
Eleonora Duse was born in a wagon
near Venice and was being taken to a
ohurch for baptism, according to local
custom, in a glass cradle ornamented !
with gold when a detachment ot Aus
trian soldiers came along. en'v',uB
this sumptuous cradle as a snrine tun
of holy relics, they respectfully pre
sented arms. This mistake delighted
THE BOOK LOVERS CORNER.
50 1 SSST rK'Kt SJZ long be well and strong, without
m of the parties approached related the some sort ot activity.
affair to the police, and detectives The genuine has
were put on his track when he is said this oicture on it,
to have immediate v lett. It is sate rakfi no otner
that the man was 1m- If you have not
some one else of tried it, sena ror
free samDie. us -
1 .....I: !, vrr.. tl,u n.irt- . oeen uuuk -- ir
II. 1 1 1 1 1 V ' ''I'll'. ' ii' 11 utiviv " . " I "
II nvpociues. juii mn ......
man, m tact tney aid not nave a 011
of faith in him. But as time went on
it became apparent that Nicholas was
really in earnest: In the meantime,
however, the whole caboodle had a
meeting- at the Hague where they
uis Gazette has the followin
"Mr. Morrison has held that office
for nearly four years and has a record
of being one of the moat successful
nroseeutors in the service. His record
spent a lot of money scratching away j in this respect at the department of
at the chimerical idea, but the prac- justice is second to none in the whole
tically accomplished nothing. In Dated States. He is an excellent
fact it was plain that the only way to lawyer, a man of high character and
have peace, with the only condiments one of exemplary habits."
thrown in, was for everybody to allow j On the satne lines the Phenix Re-
everybody else to pound each other
into submission and insensibility be
fore they would forego the inaliena
ble right of man to be a fighting ani
plies hospital. . .
Frank F. Nevius, burial dead.
Sam Hill, supplies jail, court
house anil hospital
B. C. Ferguson, la!xr hosp . .
DeMand Lumber Co., mater
Head V Parsons, material anil
Geo. Henry, material and
labor, hospital BM i0
I itlin inrnr certificate. . 3i 00
Long and makes Admiral Schley sec-; p G Brecht jUror certificate,
retary of the navy, the American peo-1 As. Juror Certificates
nla will rise no to a man and com- Bank of Arizona
o, or, i that name, or using a fictitious name, jrew mpi.
31 2" The d. ,, civ. s think that his scheme liable taste w.ll
mm to induce as many jieople as pos- SCOTT & BOWNE
si bio to advance ine rauroau iaic w Chemists,
him for their ticl;ets and iu this way 409 Pearl Street,
make a clean up
been doing, aud we an- going to lur
nish to the police an opportunity for
blackmail, just as we have abva
"If President Koosevelt gets rid of
Heller's Man HeadedThu Way.''
50c. and $1.00;all druggists.
Ed. B. Webster. "Keller's man" for
Arizona and New Mexico, will reach
Prescott in a few weeks. He is now
at El Paso. Texas, where he has sam
ple rooms during the Midwinter Car
nlnl Wehster's trade has increased
s 0(1 wonderfully durinir the past year and
nil on account of his treatinj' each
MAV CONQUOR DEATH.
A Chicago Scientist Makes Some Ke-
markable Disclosures of the Re
sults of his Research.
"There had been no public an
nouncement as to whether District
Attorney Morrison, whose term is
mal. The immediate answer to the ; just expiring, was a candidate for re
whole business was the South Afri- j appointment. He has made a most
can war, as if there could have been ! excellent record as an able and un
any other answer to that abstract tiring prosecutor of violators of the
proposition so long as man kept up a federal laws, and in everyway has set
thirst for a right good and hearty a high mark of efficiency which his
scrap now and then. You would successor can hardlv hope to excel.
mend him for the act. Louner.
Why not appoint Bryan secretary of
state and give Dave, Hill, Dick
i Croker. Chairman Jones aud other
i prominent democrats
: make it complete.
B. F. Daniels, the newly appointed
United States marshal, is a democrat
and hails from Colorado, although he
has resided in El Paso for some time
aud of late is said to have been a resi
dent of Xotrales. He is said to lie a
Carnegie is said to have given awa
Burke A Hickev
W. A. ('line...
and everv customer
first have to eliminate him as a brute,
and by the time you had done that
the women would be at it tooth aud
Now for some time past there has
been a Pan-American circus in ses
sion, the prime object of which is for
everybody to get all he can and give '.
nothing to anybody else. But, they
do not call it that. They call it i
peace, good will on earth and (soto
voce) lots of dough, and the deleg;it-
by way of putting the beautiful idea
into execution, have with great diffi-
In view of the fact that there were no
complaints of any kind against his
administration of" the office, the ap
pointment of Mr. Navewould indicate
that Mr. Morrison was not an appli
cantactively at least for reappointment."
good jobs to M. Gold water A: tiros
Prescott National kink.
J. H. Robinson
Geo. H. Schuerman
K. X. Fredericks
J. I. Gardner
Horace P. Merrill
J. W. Coleman, outdoor rel'f .
well met and perfectly iwte tv jyier. pmnus, cm..
Miller, services poroay
f'.ir..c Rd. writes that Ins line is
v" Ml r,, :, tor than ever and his house M.
308 50 I Keller A: Co.. have opened a new
604 20 f.,..torv i San Francisco, in addition
8- 20 to the' Oakland establishment. Keep
-s s" v,,..r mtm onen for "Keller's man" and
t J -
, 227 HO
. 78 40
. 20 00
. M 80
. H5 00
hang up your ord
for him. Can
be found at
with Murray Mclnernav.
Experiments which it is asserted
are the beginning of the unraveling of
the mysteries of death were made pub
lic by Professor Jacques Loeb. at the
fourteenth annual meeting of the
American Physiological society at the
University of Chicago. During the
11 1 M 41
meoiu Place -1 re-o , d-tk w.
t ..',,1 111:1111' i ."..- -
rr'" 1 1 nf nviicri- wtsS mmJu ,..t.a
oeen uruiiuuiuf, uia ... 1 .v... w 1 " " " - - ' w
S. R. Crockett, the novelist, has a
great collection of indexed scrap-books
from which to drsw his material.
"Eben Holden" Is reported not to
have been a success in England. The
reading public did not take to it at all.
The reason why borrow ed books are
seldom returned is that it is easier
to retain the books themselves than
what is ins'nle them. Gilles Menage.
The I'nited States p-overnment has
just ordered of the publishers a large
number of copies of Prof. L. O. How
ard's "Mosquitoes" tor tie us f the
Georg Croal. of Edinburgh, is prob
ably the only survivor of the large
assembly which in 1827. al ihe Edin
burgh Theater Royal dinner, heard
Sir Walter Scott acknowledge the au
thorship of the Waverley novels. Mr.
Croal is now 91 years old.
The famous detective, Sherlock
Holmes, is not dead, after all. He has
only bet n resting, and did not end his
career over that terrible precipice in
Switzerland, for. it is said. hi creator.
Dr. Oman Doyle, will shortly resume
the story of the marvelous ftsof the
Cole Younger, tha famous Missouri
bandit who ia serving a life term in
HM penitentiary at StiKwater. Minn., j
is librarian of the prison and occu
pies his pare time in reading. He 1
was a man of M education when sen
tenced, but by persistent reading is
r 11 ,1 ill 1.1 it rwm -z-w y, w , . r iii , m
.1 rl fpar tmna the heart.
are forsaken. People flock to the rail-
vanotis i The county treasurer was airmen,
id he 1 iu the assessment ol t has. lietim lor
the year 1901 to strike off li stock
...tti,. si mm. Also, assessment t
Some New Appointees-
Itaaranated mess telejrrams an
nounce the appointment of Frederick
S. Nave as United States attorney to
slice. '. 1 R. K. Morrison, and M. r.
Daniels as United States marshal.
The latter is said to be a democrat 111
These appointments came as a
complete surprise to the people of
Arizona. Gov. Jlctorii was a recess
Why should not the pickers pay a
small fee for government insixn-t ion
of their meats. The inspection en
hances the value of the meat and in
creases the extent of their markets.
China is progressing. Contrary to
cultv been kent from flyine at each ! all precedent, which prohibits China-
other's throats. What would you I men from eating at table with ladies,
have? What could you expect ? The j several high Chinese officials recently
question of prevention of war being attended a dinner given by Minister
on the table, several nations iu South j Conger, at which several American
America are straining at the leash to ladies were present,
smash each other into pulp just to j It begins to look as it the greed of
$40,200,000 last year for
charitahle purposes. It is sa
proposes to continue to give away an
equal sum each year. Before the war jumi' yYu'rzburg for the year 1901. to appointee of President McKinley and
of the rebellion not one man iu all : lvfmld to them the sum "of 57 .50 on so far as known there were no charges
account of error. Also, to reiund to nreierreo againsi nun am - ww
Syndicate Addition Co. tire sum of i naturally inferred that he would be
$20 ou account of double assessment, reappointed. . . ,
Si.oerintendent Jollv s report show- As to the tinted mates .ahum,,-.
prove that they will have a scrap
whenever they feel good and like it,
and now Uncle William the Second
of Germany, has got scrap fever, and
the question is, are we going to have
a South American war. City of Mex
The universal car shortage which
has for a long time prevailed through
out the country, has set railway man
agers to figuring as to the best
method of increasing the supply of
of available rolling stock. Prima
facie the way to overcome the diffi
culty, is to build more cais. but a
careful examination of the subject
raises a question of doubt as to either
the feasibility or advisability of thi
remedy. Indeed, it is certain that
given a better use of the equipment
now in service, the necessity for more
equipment would at once disappear;
but how to accomplish this result is
It is well known that the supply of
cars, especially when taken in con
nection with their larger capacity.
America had a total fortune even ap
proximating the amount Mr. Cam eg c
has donated iu one single year. To
day, in this country of unexampled
n-e:.lth. there are not more than a
, - ' rasr as the irift i for school purposes SI 1 ,798.70,
m-""r ' . " , r.., ,Lrr :lm o,nense
itself. In Great Britain. Cecil Rhodes IS 'T'"V r
........ . 1 i was ailOHCU BUB.
and the Duke of estunnister are the , Tne gn(rjff reported colhctions for
only ones credited with more thau Jjceuses amounting to .M.'...iJ
- . r 1 II
ments with the eggs ol me
lower marine animals, especially
those of the sea urchin, ami in a
paper entitled -On the Propagation
of Life of I nfertfltesd Eggs of Sea j
Urchins by Potassium Cyanide." he
told a srroiip of the foremost physio- j
logists iu America that by means of
nhservation of the effects of certain
chemicals upon these mi nute bits of
protoplasm he was read y to make a
tentative dehnitiou of the heretofore
unknown nature of death.
Death, Prof. Lrjeb affirmed, was
not a negative process a simple
breaking down of tissues, as it has
lieen regarded up to this time, but au
m-iive airent Ixirti with the birth of au
eiMf and destined, if not checked, to
A LITTLE VARIETY.
ed that there had been expended Hon. K. E. M .rnson. the incumln t. , of
during the last quarter of the year ; had no application in for wpfont- B bring al.ut extinction. But.
greater even than the apparent di
answer to tne otner woman, sue uitgui,
perhaps, say : " You never had to scrub
and clean when your back ached so that
it seemed that every movement would
break it in two." It's bad enough for a
woman to suffer. But when she must
suffer and slave at the same time she
reaches the limit of her endurance.
Weak women who have been made
strong by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favor
ite Prescription, recommend it to others
as a godsend. It establishes regularity,
dries weakening drains, heals inflamma
tion and ulceration and cures female
I have been ailing some time now. being
tumbled with female weaknesa." writes Mr.
Wm H lohnaon ol Avonaaie, inestcr 1." 1
"Kery month 1 would have to lie on my liacV
I tried many different medicines and nothin
Danish speculators would lose to
Denmark the sale of the Danish West
Indies. President Roosevelt has just
assigned Culabra Island as a eoalHfi
station so that the islands arc no
longer so essential as a naval base.
The most valuable asset of Mr.
James Pierpont Morgan is not wealth;
it is the confidence of his fellow men.
The most timid capitalist will invest
his all on Mr. Morgan's advice. Con
fidence is the basis of his great finan
Representative Llewellyn Powers
of Maine receutly tcok his seven year
old son to Washington. One day
while there he glanced over a letter
the little fellow had written to play
mate aud found it concluded with
these words. "How are political
matters there at home? If anything
turns up do not fail to wire me at
Budajiest has a "telephone news-
naoer." The news is gatherexl and
edited as on a daily uewspap-r. ex
cept that it is greatly condensed. At
exactly 5 p. m. each evening a stentor
reads the sheet to a telephone which
has been previously connected with
all the subscribers' telephones. The
Iiier contains a few advertisements,
which are charged at the rate of 42
cents per 12 seconds.
King Edward recently invited a
jwrty of actresses to luncheon, dur
ing the illness of the queen, and pre
sumed that the affair would be kept
quiet, merely l)ecause he asked them
uot to tell. Just as though they
could keep a secret that they had
lunched with the king.
An Indiana newspaper man has
adopted the novel plan of serving his
country customers, the farmers, with
telephone service of the news of the
day. Every farmer that has a tele
phone will place himself at the re
ceiver vith his watch. There will lie
should make ;l ring and receive will be adjusted
that wealth. On the continent of
Europe, the Rothschild family united
ly may have as much wealth as Mr.
Carnegie, but no one of them has as
much -as he has given away. The
czar of Russia has prolwbly as great
wealth as our plain American, but he
stands alone among Europeans.
At a meeting of the city council
last evening City Attorney gave an
opinion to the effect that a vacancy
in an elective office cannot be filled
bv appointment by the city council.
This will require a special election to
The recorder reported fees amount
ing to tlfW&GO.
Reports of the following road over
seers were read aud accepted and
warrants in payment of same ordered
drawn on road fund.
W H t ook, dist No 19. Iwl-
ance due Nov, 1901 104 85
W H Cook, dist No 19, Dec 4.
1901 54 25
For 4th Quarter. 1901.
W U Fursley, dist 1
A E Blackburn, dist 2
W II Cook, dist 2
J H Drew , dist 3
D G Sinclair, dist 5 dial qua).
W H Robinson, dist b..
ment. though several prominent as-
torneys ot the territory wm .ieeu g verv of this (leath a,e,;, in aU life
making an ac ive canvass or the po -1 . : j Pr, aml.i,:ee-
sition and NO papers mew as,uS .... , afafa to check
I'!! . TZil i tb. agent in U ggs of ,1, sea urchin
t ll will lruut n --" in vi-..va. , - 'list 7
beheld to till the vacancy be T?y 7
If Dr. Pent-
Geo Oswald, dist 10. .
office of citv treasurer.
land will accept the
should be elected by a unanimous
vote of all electors.
The announcement that the special
representative of the United States at Jasper Phillips, dist 20. .
Edward will J K bias, dist sv
Frauk Goodwin, dist al
V VY Snyder, dist 38.
the coronation of King
probably have to spend twenty thous
and dollars of his own money will
have a tendency to cause the office
seeking fraternity to "pass up" the
plum. Certainly there will not be
many applications from Arizona for
the "iob." Republican. What is the
J S Sessions, dist 11 299 00
Ralph A Dvkstra. dist 18 ro 00
F M Himt,dist 14 SO
G G Henderson, dist lti Tti 00
ft A F.nsiirii. dist 17 124 00
the appointment of Mr. Daniels, the
appoiutment ol Mr. ave is a mm
greater one than the other. Mr. Mor
rison has made a record in the office
of which any man might leel proud.
He has lecn energetic in the prosecu
tion of cases and his energy has
lieen rewarded with success. No
man ever occupied the position in the
territory who has achieved such
great success iu the office as he has.
He has not ouly made a splendid
record for himself, but with it all he
has made himself popular, by his
suave aud courteous demeanor to all
ami could have received an over
whelming endorsement for reappoint
ment. His term does uot expire for
about a month.
A Break For Liberty.
F H Loh man, dist 34 .
Jeff Davis, dist 33
W A Jones, dist 40...
VY A Jones, dist 42.. .
W II k'irLlaml. dist 44
The following claims were audited
and warrants in payment of same or-
matter with sending Cananea G reeue. j dered drawn ou road fund.
He could double the aliove amount j
aud never wince. If a money spender j
is wanted, no man could ! selected I
who could do the act with better
grace than Mr. (J reeue.
Gov. Murphy has gone to Washing
ton to work for statehood. The Ga
zette says that "while iu Washington.
Gov. Murphy will also make an effort
to have old Fort Whipple re estab
lished. The question will come up
for hearing January 24 before the
house committee on military affairs,
which has invited the chief executive
of Arizona to be present and present
his side of the question. General
MacArthur, commander of the de
iartment of the west, will also ap
pear iu lehalf of the rehabilitation of
B. F. Daniels, who was recently ap
pointed United States marshal for
Arizona, may encounter rough sled
ding in the senate when his appoint
ment comer, up for confirmation. It
seems that Daniels was a faro dealer
in Nogales and a flood of protests
to ears. lhcoenmg will lie "oooti
evening, now neap quiet. It is one
minute and a half after seven by the
regulator." and while each farmer is
correcting his time peace lie will get
the weat her indications for the next
thirty six hours, and the market cpio
tatious. Then will foilo.v a concise
story of the international asm of the
day. leaching from ihe Philippines
around the world keek I i Turkey. A
batch of km st, ite aatl national news
B-B Co. supplies Dist No 2 5 60
Ira L Fulliam, repairs tools,
dist 9 1 -w
DeMuud L Co, supplies dist
Sam Hill, supplies dist 19. . .
Sam Hill, supplies dist 3H
F G Britht. repairs tools dist
si i Miller work dist No 22.. .
Supervisors' salaries were allowed
for ISO each.
The following claims were audited
aud warrants ordered drawn on ex
C P Hicks, ptofaete judge . . .
J H Robinson, clerk ol boani.
Reese M Ling, dist attorney.
P J Farley, recorder
A C A very t. dep ret-
E E Oseuburg, dep rec
D J Sullivar, dep rcc
Edwin Hen ton, dep rec
Wallace Wiilard. ass'r
S L Pattee, dep disi atty .
Fred B Philpoi. court report r
J M Watts, clerk of court
Fete Boscha, constable, Con-
31 S 75
Tom "Coffee" as the name he is
known by, but Tom Crawford, he
says is his real name, furnished some
evi itement on the streets this fore
noon. Crawford savs he hails from
North Carolina and he is a physical
athlete. Last Fourth of July Craw
ford w as on Groom Creek and cele
brated in patriotic style by getting
filled up ou whiskey. He was ejected
by a saloon keeper from his place of
business and liecame so enraged over
14 , ; , t 1... I i i let I the nlace with
.1 lull, ... ..'.-..-- -. i
nx-ks. doing from $75.00 to $100 dam
age. He made his escape at the time
but was receutly apprehended by the
officers. He had his trial this fore
noon liefore Justice J. M.W.Moore
and was convicted and sentenced to ' sores w ere so
ninety days in jail As the officers
entered the court house with him pre
paratory to conducting him to jail, he
inade break for liberty. Under
Sheriff Johns called to people to stop
him but uooue seemed to care to un
dertake the task. Johns fired two or
three shots and at the last one Craw
ford placed his hands on his back
and fell to the ground as though he
had been shot. Ou coming up to
him. however, he was found to be un
hurt and was takeu to the jail.
at least, bv means of chemical agent
This, it is" said, means nothing less
than that ou a minute scale, the se
cret of eternal life is in the power of
The experiments, Prof. Loeb says,
are simple. The unfertilized eggs of
the sea urchin are placed in a weak
solution of potassium cyanide and
abandoned for several days. Iu ordi
nary conditions the unfertilized egg
dies iu a few hours, destroyed by the
death agencies xrn with it. At the
end of several days the egg may again
lie examined and found still to le
capable of fertilization aud of pro- j
ducing healthv animals. In explain
ing the results. Prof. Loeb said the j
"mortiferous processes" were due to 1
the actions of certain ferments of an j
unknown uature. whose destructive
tendency was counteracted by the
The average age of Engiiafi people
is 26, of Irish 27V, and of French 32.
It takes the hammer of practice to
drive in the nails of precept. Ram's
The Japanese have become manu
facturers of button on a very con
Ice melts at 32 degrees, water boils
at 212. lead melts at 594. and the heat
ef a common coal fire is 1,140.
The inquest record of the coro
ner's office in Chicago shows that 26
deaths resulted from street railway
accidents from January 1 to May L
One reason for there beinir such a
lot of dubs on the stage is that it is
still easier, in spite of all our boastad j
culture, to raise a raujrh than to raise
onions. Detroit Journal.
"Oh, you creel boy. to take those
eggs out ot Ike nest! Think of the
poor mother bard -.hen she comes "
"The mother I d's dead, miss."
"How do you kne that?" "I see it
in your hat!" tmm h.
The new four-dollar bill isaued by
the Dominion of Canada promises to
become popular, for artistically it is
a masterpiece of the engraver s skill.
On iu face it bears a flattering pic
ture of the lock on the canal at Sault
Ste. Maria, an engineering work pure
HITHER AND TOW.
roads frantic to escape from the infected
city But shout a warning against qw
pepsia and who is .-'armed? Nobody.
Yet dyspepsia in the diseases to which it
tends is rr sponsible for more deaths an
nuallv in the United States than pesti
lence' could probably claim in a decade.
THE WEAK SPOT
of the modern man is his stomach. No
man can be stronger than his stomach
because the stomach is in effect the vital
centre of the body. Where does the
heart get its nourishment? From the
stomach. Where is the nourishment
prepared for lungs, liver, kidneys and
other organs? All are nourished from
the stomach. Stop putting food into the
stomach and in time the heart stops beat
ing We must eat to live. Everybody
knows that. Thev understand that the
man that isn't fed starves. But what they
don't seem to understand is that starva
tion is just as sure when the man is fed,
if by reason of disease the stomach cannot
convert the food it receives into nutri
tion for the body and its several organs.
The sign of starvation is emaciation,
loss of flesh. That's the sign of dyspep
sia and weak stomach also. The dys
peptic eats enough but the stomach and
other organs of digestion and nutrition
fail to extract the nourishment from the
food and so the body grows lean and the
strength of the body is undermined.
DYSPEPSIA AND DEGENERACY.
There is a certain physical degeneracy
which results from dyspepsia. If the
both- is not nourished it grows weak,
and' as the body is only a general name
for the sum of its organs and members,
to speak of the body growing weak
means that the heart is growing weak,
the lungs are growing weak, and that
the liver and kidneys and other organs
are involved in the same "weakness."
W hen diseases of the stomach and its
allied organs are cured these dependent
weaknesses are cured also.
For atout two years I suffered from a
verv olistinate case of dyspepsia," writes
R E. Secord, Esq., of 13 Eastern Ave.,
I tried a ureal
ber of remedies without success. I fi
nally lost faith in them all. I was so fa
gone that I could not bear any solid food
on my stomach for a long time ; felt
melancholy and depressed. Conld not
sleep nor follow my occupation (tm
scnth ) . Some four months ago a '"end
recommended your 'Golden Medical
Discoverv.' After a week's treatment I
had derived so much benefit that I con
tinued the medicine. I have taken three
bottles and am convinced it has in my
case accomplished a permanent cure. I
can conscientiously recommend it to the
thousands of dyspeptics throughout the
; have taken one bottle of Doctor
e'l Gol.leu Medical Discovery for
Iher complaint," writes
Mr C M. Wilson, of Yadkin College,
Davidson Co. , N. C. Have had no bad
spt'ils since I commenced taking your
medicine in fact have not felt like th
same man. Before I took the ' Golden
J I liscovery ' I conld not eat any
thing without awful distress, bat now I
can eat anvlhine I wiah
without having unpleas
ant feelings. Last sum
mer our baby was teeth
ing and was so poor be
was almost a skeleton.
We gave him your
Golden Medical Dis
covery,' and now he is
as healthy and well as
any child. I will speak
a good word for your
medicine whenever I
have an opportunity."
Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery cures
diseases of the stomach
3 and other organs of di-
"L .UU auu
It cures through the
stomach those diseases
of heart, lungs, Kvsr,
kidneys, etc., which have
their origin in disease of
the stomach and its allied
organs of digestion and
STRENGTH FROM FOOD.
AH physical strength must come from
food after it has been received into the
stomach and properly digested and
assimilated. Medicine cannot make
strength. There is only one source of
strength and that is food converted into
nutrition. There are two chief causes
of phvsical weakness; one insufficient
food, the other the inability of the stom
ach and its allied organs to digest and
assimilate the food eaten. Dr. Pierces
Golden Medical Discovery is not offered
as a substitute for food, but as a medicine
which enables the perfect digestion and
assimilation of food, and so gives the body
the strength which comes from food alone.
When the weak stomach is made
strong again by the use of " Golden Med
ical Discovery " the food it receives in
perfectly digested and assimilated, and
the body in all its parts and organs
restored to stfength with the s?oin'?
The lost flesh is regained and the body
is built up with sound, solid flesh instead
of flabby fat.
But as the body is but a name tor tne
sum of its organs and members, so
strt-nsjth for the body means strength
for each organ of the body, and when
the stomach is made strong, strength is
given to the "weak" heart, "weak"
lungs and other weak organs.
Accept no substitute for " Golden Med
ical Discoverv ," there is no other medi
cine "just as good" for the cure of dis
eases of the stomach and other organs of
digestion and nutrition.
on medical matters must be tn plain
English if it is Jo be understood. It was
the aim of Dr. Pierce in the preparation
of his Common Sense Medical Adviser,
to provide for household use a book that
should deal with health and iussse
practicallv, on common sense lines and
in common sense language. This great
book, containing 1008 Urge pages, is sent
free on receipt of stamps to pay expense
of mailing only. Send 31 one-cent stamps
for the cloth-bound volume, or only 31
stamps for the book in pap" - J
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
"Every month I would have to lie cm my ica
ied manv different medicine na Doming
.nr relief until I henn Dr Pierce' medl
dne. unnr two bottles of 1 Favorite Prenp
tfcn' and two of Golden Medical Discovery '
These medicine have cured me When 1 began
yrrar treatment I wan not able to do very much,
bat now I do the work for mv family of nine,
and feel better to-day than I have for a year."
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure bil
kmsness and sick headache. They do
not create the pill habit.
is then transuiilti 1.
farmers may ask ijues'i
matters iu which 1 hiv m
ularly iuterrsle !. I!
nag ftce already nr rs :u
liiiinlre . I.innlx' ise-. am
extended lapi lly. the linuintl
greater than the supply.
i nan ne
Thos. A. -Miller, constable and
1 II W Moore, justice peace..
Kobt Council, justice pence,
have irone to Washington against his i. ailoweu
n ,u Win Thomas, hospital I
eonfirmatlon. I-nm. his action.:, the M,i;iimis.'phvsi(.iall .
matter of other applicants it is &n- jjjUy ft Stephens, stationery,
tlent that the pre-Hent did not know Henry Briukineyer. meals to
Dauiels' occupation at the time of his prisoners
. lieo H took & Co. clocks. . ..
appointment. E A Sogers, printing
S A Logan, burial dean
J P Storm, uxpuane tTeaisnrer.
I'l-e-rott Liecirie Co, lights. .
Prescott Klertric Co, phone.
Pn sc. mi ESaflctrK C. switch'g
Preseott Transfer Co, coal
Patrick Landers outdoor re
lief Thos. A Miller, ouidooi relief.
Henry Brinkmejer, nasi w it
Coii s A Bashlord. rent oHice,
M Mclnernay. meals jurors. . .
Joe ft tilt, repairs eourt BOOM
F 11 Brecht. repairs tools
Healty Trade Conditions.
K. Q. Dunn a Co's. yearly review
of trade conditions, says: Prosperity
in a larger degree than ever liefore
ansa in this country meets the Near
Year. Trade is active aud prices gen
Children Specially Liable.
Burns, bruises aud cuts are ex
tremely painful ami if neglected often
result in blood poisoning. Children
are especially liable to such mishaps
because not so careful. As a remedy
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is un
equaled. Draws out the fire, stops
the pain, sewn heals the wound. Be
ware of eounterfeiis. Sure cure for
piles. "DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
cured my liaby of eczema after two
physicians gave her up," writes
James Mock. N. Webster. Ind., "The
bad she soiled two to
five dresses a dav." Brislev Ding Co.
and Fen S. Hildreth.
Business Men at Work.
Nearly all of the leading business
organizations or the country are oin
cially aiding The McKinley National
Memorial Association to erect a mem
orial tomb over the grave of the late
president at Canton, Ohio. Their
memliers, scattered all over the
United States, are energetic agents in
stimulating the formation of local
memorial committees and in receiving
subscriptions. The first one to act in
this wav was the American Bankers'
Association, all thiugs considered,
the most powerful liody in this coun
trv. which passed a resolution at its
annual meeting iu Milwaukee making
uvorr lumlt m tne I IlltlMl .siaies .in
London fever hospitals can. accom
modate 6,000 patients.
There were 5.151 constablee in Scot
land in 1900, or one to every 847 per
sons. Of the 15,000 foxhound in the United
Kingdom, 13.000 are used in Ei:?'.and.
1,500 in Ireland and S00 in Sc. tland.
From norther:; Bassina ... - fc'70,
000 worth of pai i : ;i ini ''nirland
last year. Form, rly Sorwnj Mipplied
all the paper palp BSed.
Norway is thr onlj cou. try in the
world whose bank.-, hold more specie
in :heir nfe ihar thy issue. Uritish
ba:.U; have only ET0 in hand for every
1C0 of issue.
The famous eayles which aari to
haunt the Lakes of KiP.arney. iraking
ibeir h. une in the le'a ! ;" ..u.un-
21 Croipn for the King of Tashion
Made smooth and rough, in all desirable colors and varying widths of. brim.
Turned over, bound, or raw edges.
Made only by HENRY H. ROELOFS CO.,
Brown and 1 2th Sts.. Philadelphia, U.S.A.
Tor ale rv all leading RetaU Hatter.
.Vt, icaBin1 iti.'Vm our tr
trouse ar.u kids
erally are at its highest oint in many officjal depuijitorv fa. contributions.
tain, and living i
f run the far-:s al
have been extern
The M aicaa i amsnl
ing to lake d ei lei - to I
the brv. .. h ' ' t!; "
Uv a la" Srhica ha j' ' i
President Dtaa i- ' '
into aoatraeta iia , asi vi
eaUablish hew hricsmg farms
t III er
good crops, good
crops make more cus
tomersso each year the
crop and cutomer have
grown greater. 1 nai inn
aecret of the ferry none.
More Ferry's Seeds old
and aown than any oilier
kind. Sold hy all dealer.
I lanr fli f I I FRMM A
O. - Ferry a. Co.
The past year has lieen the great
est vear in its financial activities that
339 85 this country has ever seen.
Kailroad earnings were highest
:U1 80 ever known. Bank clearings aggre-
s Tn r.,i."l fur ah-ad of record of l'.HX).
T-'.it-eiirn trade was maintained at
49.5(1 ; highest level vet known.
Tt'il) 50; In our immediate district the year
81 25 I has la-en one of progress. It has lieen
18 a red letter vear to most of the great
industries of this section.
ESS -A' The thr. e years of successive
15 (XI ilnmidit .M'tus to have effected disas
s7 S trouslv the deciduous fruit industry
I'Jfl mi In anas places trees an' being up
55 It1- rooted "and land put into othei
:tll r , ,.r,,i,s The oi in lustrv, also hatl a
:' (t sel Uick. but the development goes
II 55 ga nad a reaetion is loohrin for soon.
M 19 (ien.-rali fair crops have leen har
vested and marketed at satisfactory
I K figures.
1 ti The citrus crop was large. 21.000
carloads, but the surprise of the year
Si 75 was the olive crop now being harvest
ed. It is enormous, nothing like lie
(Jl (Ml fore in California. It ought to bring
1 (HI price of 0. approximately close to
4 00 that of the imported ar. icle, as olives
have sold $30 to ?3) per ton for olive
4 15 oil against $45 to W0 hitherto. Ex.
Other organizations working along
lines of like helpfulness are the Na
tional Paint and Varnish Association,
the Heavy Hardware .lobU rs' Diafaaj,
the American Pulp i'aper Association,
Association of Wool Manufactures
I AFTER WORK OR EXERCiSEM
Soothes Tired W useless Removes I
Soreness and Stiffness, I
I'nn't take the weak, watery Vi:ch I
Hazel preparations, represented to be I
"the same ai" POND'S EXTRACT,
w hieta easily sour and penerally con-
ta:a wood alcal.ol." a deadly p. ,
To Harness the Colorad-.
A partv of governvient sirveyors
are now at work outheColorn! liver,
below Needles, investigating Uafl pos
sibility of the current of tha. -tieam
beiug used for the generatio i of elec
trical power. These men ai -er -ctri-cian.
geodedie and civil engineers,
with vcars of experience in 'neir pro
iannloat, On their report it is believed
that the government will make an ef
fort to demonstrate the practicability;
of the current g.-nerators and arrq
probably o;erate the irrigation plant
at Parker by this methol. irrerja
will bv made of the variou ivobs,
through which the river rus r: it'
wav to the gulf, and of th nwpn
w i , I le made for use in th - u -m--:it
at Washington. Th.- govem
mtnt lielieves that the Colo a .. ItfW
mti lie used to iii i-rate a vast acreage
nf Vriona 'ind California hind-
bv the g uenition of alaetnoal ptr
water can be withdrawn fraan ha
river for this purpose at a mm au
nal .-xpensi'. Once these ajeamtna
are installed the rx-irse of nntntain-
tainmgthetn will be limit'-d
ordinary wear and tear of a
uo other expense being at' i
in. Private individual-
looking into the matter an
to putting in generators for
nuriHises. It isciiiimeiiiu.il
America's Pride Cigars.
HAVE STOOD THE TEST FOR OVER FIFTEEN
Mettermann Bros. Makers. Louisville, Ky.
era tors to in
Heal use on
usetl nave nee
Heads Should Ratal
Never endure tbjtf tro U
once the remc.h i bal 4
Mrs. N A. Wei'.-:, r .1 V
She writes "Dr. King's N
Pills wholly cured m A
aches 1 h;id silfere !
am." Cure besahM I
billiousne-s. 2.V B1 ! ini W
WKSgry J WVv ;!
wmmn sleepih6 car 5Rvki Ff W) f t ftf
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journafcMiner for Good Job Work.