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DAILY AND WEEKLY.
J C. MARTIN, Editor and Proprietor
Cnterad la the Peetofftce at Prescott, Ariiena.
m SsctibS Class Matter.
THE DAILY JOl'RNAL-MINER i pohlished
every day la the vear except Sundays and
TME WEEKLY JOl KN A I.-MtNt V i published
1 every Hednesdav. at PRESCOTT, the
County Seat of Yavapai County.
ADVERTISING RATcS mart anowTi on Rp
plication to this office or to any duly ac
"fHE EASTERN OFFICES of tLis paper are at
1 234 Temple Court. New York City, and L.
S. Express Building Washington Street, CM
cafro. E. KATZ Advertising Agency in charge,
w here the paper is kept on n lc .
Daily, per year in advance SiO 00
' per month i 00
" delivered in citv, per veek 25
eekly. per year $ 2 50
" six months I M
three months i 00
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS:
The Journal-Hr.er has made arrangements
to elob with the following pr-ir at prices
named' payment to be made in advance:
WEEKLY JOLRN al-MIM k and
St.Loais Globe-Democrat ti 00
Man Francisco Call 3 00
San Fmncisco Chronicle 3 40
Philadelphia Press 2 7S
"TTIE JOURNAL-MINER will be continued un-
til ordered stopped. Bills are sent oat
-egularly, and subscribers aic requeued t" i-kv
1 lie same as promptly as possible. Subscribers
who desire the paper stopped at any time are
urgently requested to send notice to this office
and nay up the amount due.
SOLUTION OF INDIAN QUESTION
Elsewhere in this issue an article
appears from the Globe Democrat in
reference to reforms which it
proposed to introduce for more nip
idly bringing the Indians into a con
dition of civilization. Among these
reforms are cutting the hair of the
males and prohibiting the use of
paints by both sexes. Now comes
the information from Globe that
radical changes are also couteui plated
in the matter of issuing rations, or
rather to cease issuing rations. All of
these are moves in the right direction, !
and if the suggestion of President
Roosevelt in his message is now act-'
ed on a long stride will be made in
the solution of the Indian question.
The president's suggestion was to
break up the tribal relations existing
amone the Indians iust as rapidly as
it can be accomplished. This is
really the starting point for placing
the Indian on the road toward civili
zation. Educating the young Indians
and permitting them to return and I siauas were practically bq, ana
associate with their relatives in their "e opening of the islands to the
tribal conditions is practicallya waste buildinp of railroads and to commer
of money. The Indian school grad- j mereial enterprise will make the fire
uate is not away from school two ! of industry replace the flames of in
years until he "is practically in the surrection and brigandage,
same" condition that those who never The announcement that Miss Alice
saw the inside of a school room are. ! Roosevelt will attend the coronation
He may retain some of the informa-
tion obtained at school, but he puts 1
it to no practical use. Instead of be- ;
ing a help or an inspiration to those I
around him. in assisting them to ,
make a step towards progress, they
drag him back to their level. The
way of dressing and the mode of liv- i
ing learned at the Indian school is
discarded, the hair is permitted to
grow long again and the paint of the
savage is again adopted, and he lives
just like others of the tribe.
The Indian question can only be
solved by teaching the Indians to
work, making him self reliant and social condition-, "Manila is the best I legislature and which have been in
self supporting; insist on his adopt- j governed city that I have ever seen. ' traduced in the courts at Phenix. It
ing civilizing mode of dressing, break an,i t d0 not believe its equal in this j took the secretary of the interior
up his tribal relations and get him to respect exists in the United States about fivs minutes to size them up
live as civilized people live, rather ;
than as savages live.
A Chicago man has effected a cor
ner on oats and they do say that he
"feels his oats."
The American hog has a Eurojjean
rival. Denmark has come into the
field as a producer and exporter of ;
hogs and hog products, with a growth
at least interesting if not suggestive
to American producers of a commod
ity whose export value grew from $84.
908.698 in 1891 to $119,961,501 in
The resolution binding the mem
bers to seek no patronage at the
hands of a republican president scat
tered the democrats at the recent
house caucus like sheep. The small -ness
of their numbers, however, pre
vented any disastrous panic.
A story has been cabled from
Chicago to Germany saying that
the chief of police of Chicago declines
to become responsible for the safety
of Prince Henry while in Chicago on
account of the anarchists. The story
is probably a manufactured one in
tended to frighten the prince, but it
will scarcely work.
A WOMAN'S THROAT
Is her fortune if she chances to be a Patti
or Albanl. and that fortane is truarded day
and night with the greatest care Nothing
frightens a singer so much as a cough
Every woman ought to be afraid of a
cough. It is nature s danger signaL Who
does not know of some sweet woman -voice
silenced forever by disease which began
with a slight cough.
The use of Dr Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery will ensure a permanent cure of
the most obstinate and lingering coughs
Even when the lungs are involved and
there are hemorrhages and emaciation,
"Golden Medical Discovery " is generally
effective in restoring the diseased organs
to sound health and strength. There is
Bo alcohol in the "Discovery '' and it is
entirely free from opium, cocaine and all
" I am feeling quite well." writes Miss Dorcas
A. Lewis, of No. ills th Street. Washington
O. C , "and I ow it all to Dr Pierce s Golden
Medical Discovery. I had been quite a sufferer
for a long time, and after reading Dr Pierce's
Common Sense Medical Adviser thought I would
try his 'Golden Medical Discovery ' I had not
been sleeping well for a loag time Took one tea
spoonful of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery and slept nearlv all night without coughing,
so I continued taking it. I 1 ad been a great
sufferer for more than ten years. I tried lots of
different medicines an different doctors, but
did not feel ranch better. I coughed until I
commenced spitting blood, but now I feel much
stronger and am entirely well."
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, in paper covers, is sent free on
receipt of n one-cent stamps to pay ex
pense of mailing only. Address Dr. R. V.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Our troops will be properly housed
and cared for in the Philippine, the
d moc ratio minority to the contrary
Harriman and associate, hare or
ganized a banking institution with a
capital of $100,000,000.
A test mm recently made with a
Krag-Jorgensen rifle in Norway, in
which a bullet was fired at a distance
of 135 feet into a breast work of snow.
The bullets did not penetrate the
snow for a distance of six feet,
The democrats in congress, in
caucus, adopted the following reso
lution: "Resolved: That the territo
ries of Arizona. Oklahoma and New
Henrico are entitled to statehood and
should be admitted to the union on
equal footing with the balance of the
stages, and we pledge the support of
the democrats in the house of repre
seutatives to such a bill."
It is announced that Prince Henry
will not indulge in any general hand
shaking during his trip to the United
States. He will be on public view in
all the cities which he will visit, but
it has been decided by the committee
in charge of the arrangements that
the people who attend the demonstra
tion in the prince's honor shall merery
pass iu review and not expect a hand
clasp. Whatever the iews of the Ameri
can people may have been concerning
the return of Richard Croker to
Wantage, the English papers are not
at all backward in expressing their
opinions. The St. James Gazette
savs: "We can assure our friends on
j the other skle that he will 1 a
j strauffer witliin our gates and an un
welcome stranger at that."
seems to be a sort of political and
The editor of the Florence Blade,
(1 am not seem to think the people of
the United States should pay the re
spect which is it proposed to do, to
Prince Henry, and refers to him in a
very sneering manner, and says he is
a very common mortal. Prince Henry
is mortal the same as the balancs of
us. it i true, but he happens to oc
cupy a position in life which com-
mi mlc rue 1 uiit if iKo mn it miitrit nnr
The Persons who favor giving up
the Philippines bad better say now
all they have to say for the longer
they wait the more malapropos will be I much stress on the superiority of the
their remarks. It must be remembered I United States. The "American in
that the improvements reported by j vasion" of Europe is most resented
Governor Taft were made while the wheu there is bravado in the in
exercise- has created quite a flutter
iu England. If she attends, it is
stated that being the daughter of the
ruler of a great nation, she will be en-
titled to the same social recognition
as princesses of monarchial govern-!
nients and will be offered the hospi-
tality of a royal palace.
Some people dislike discipline and
object to the application of civiliza-j
tion conducted by "main strength."
But it seems to lie a success at Manila
if no where else. Says Rev. Mr. Haz-
Jett. of Colorado City, who went there
especially to examine the moral and
today. The moral condition of the
city is better l)efore in its history."
The city council of Fresno, Califor
nia has passed an ordinance which
prohibits advertising by means of
wagons with drums, bells, or other
forms of noise; the distribution o!
handbills, the placing of signs on
telegraph poles and posting of bills
on buildings, fences, or other public
The mayor is vested with
the authority to issue permits for ad
vertising in exceptional instances un
der such restrictions as he may deem
necessary. The ordinance also pro
hibits the use of any banner or simi
lar device intended to divert patron
age from any person or business firm.
The ordinance will go into effect Feb
Edward Kent, assistant United
States attorney for Colorado has lieen
nominated by President Roosevelt to
be chief justice of Arizona, to take
effect March 1 . He is a son of ex
Governor Keut of Maiue. The
appointment is another political
surprise to the territory as Mr. Kent's
name had never been heard m con
nection with the appointment. He is
said to be a very able lawyer and
fully competent to discharge the du
ties of the office.
The Copper Queen company of
Bisbee has just disbursed $25,000
among its employees who have been
in its service a number of years.
There were about one hundred and
twenty five recipients of the com
pany's favor, only those in the ser
vice for a certain time leing remem
bered with a check The Copper
Queen company has always shown a
very generous spirit towards its em
ployees. It voluntarily raised their
wages and shortened their hours
some years ago. has provided a free
library and reading room and has
provided in many ways for the com
fort of their employees.
Florence held a public meeting re
cently to offer inducements to the
Pheuix ti. Eastern to construct its
line bv that town. It
two surveys for the
railroad haw 1
Iven made, one passing t! trough
Florence and the other abjut fimr or
five miles north of the town, aud it is
the fear that Florence may lie left
that distance off the line .if railroad
that is causing the citizeus of the
town anxiety. Tin- course of the Gila
river west of Florence is over a flat
sandy country anil mm ci. iunel. dur
ing periods of high water, is subject
to great changes, which in es the en-
gineeriug problem of Iging the
stream a difficult on". I'.; t her to the
north, where the sioiicl wy cross
es the river, the channel i- lixed be
tween soli l ixmks. emenmp itctier con
ditions for the construction of a
bridge at less ost.
The report of the trial of the al
leged lynchers which has lieen in pro
gress at Alturas, California, for about,
a month is certainly the raciest read
ing of the kind ever published. Not
a day passes that the judge and the
attorneys for the defense do not have
a scJapping match with their tongues
while occasionally as a sort of varia
tion one of them is fined for contempt
of court, the jury is sent out from the
court room, or the court takes a re
cess, to let all parties cool off.
Only two of the great countries of
the world have been exempt from the
periods of depression that followed
the great commercial booni of a few
years ago. These are the United
States and France, the latter because
she did not participate in the indus
trial struggle that has brought dis
aster to England and Germany. The
United States has more than held her
own on account of the prosperous and
peaceful conditions within her bor
ders. The south has long claimed to be
the seat of American chivalry, but
Manchester, Vt.. is entitled to be
known as the center of politeuess.
The most disastrous fire of the past
.eration in that town was discover-
by a young lady, who, seeing the
board of trade in session in the doom
ed block, announced: "Gentlemen,
excuse me for interrupting, but the
entire north side of this building is
A discharged soldier in San Fran
cisco secured a large box and placing
a lot of provisions in it ordered an
expressman to take it to the depot
for shipment to Chicago, having pre
viously marked it properly for stniVr
truction. The night before the ex
pressman was to call he secreted him
self inside of it. While loading the
box, the expressman discovered the
right of a human form and suppos
ing it was it-corpse re ported the fact
to the police who broke up the pro
Edward Everett Hale, iu an ad
dress to Yale students, said that the
present era of unparalleled prosjerity
for America is apt to bring the coun
try to a period of national vain-glory.
He is willing that America shall have
a proper pride for their achievements,
but says they must be careful not to
offend other countries by laying too
It is announced from a high official
source in Mexico that if the arbitra
tion plan proposed by the Pan
American congress be consummated,
President Porforio Diaz will resign
from office and spend the remaiuder
of his days iu retirement. He is
heartily in favor of the arbitration
movement, as it will assure the peace
of Mexico upon his retirement from
the presidency. He has for several
j years desired to be relieved from the
responsibilities of his high office, but
has sacrificed his personal feelings in
the matter in order that the period of
peace might continue unbroken,
According to a telegram from
i Washington Senator Ives has present
ed charges at Washington against
Governor Murphy. It was the same
old charges which were preferred
j against him at the last session of the
and report on them to the president
and less time for the president to in
struct his secretary to notify Mr. Ives
that there was nothing in them aud
that the incident was closed. Mr.
Ives until he came into public posi
tion had the reputation of being a
very smart aud intelligent man. Had
he remained in obscurity or had not
come into public notice he might have
maintained that reputation. As it is
he is now considered generally as a
peanut politician of the primary
The Santa Fe company has ap
pointed Arthur G. Wells as general
manager of its lines west of Albu
querque to succeed the late W. G.
Nevin, who died in Los Angeles last
Sunday morning. Mr. Wells was
formerly general superintendent of
the Atlantic and Pacific railroad and
when the recent consolidation took
effect, his jurisdiction as general
superintendent was extended to the
California roads also. Mr. Nevin
was taken seriously ill about a year
ago and was absent on sick leave for
six months, during which time Mr.
Wells acted in the capacity of gen
eral manager. Mr. Wells is one of
the best railroad men in the west,
having been engaged in the business
all his life. In 1883 he was chief
clerk in the office of the superintend
ent of the Atlantic A. Pacific railroad
and has earned his promotion to the
position he now occupies. In addi
tion to being a thorough railroad
man he is a gentleman in the truest
sense of the word and makes friends
of all with whom he lcomes ac
quainted. The Journal-Miner con
gratulates him on his well earned
Dr. R. B. Hoyt. a former member
of the lxwrd of educatiou. of Detroit,
has gathered statistics which convince
him that at the present rate of in
crease of insanity the population of
this country will le mad in 260
years. "Within the last fifty years,"
he said, "the uumljer of insane per-
sns has increased 300 per cent. That
means if the increase continues that
the entire population of this country
within 260 years will have gone in
sane or liecome foolish. Figures the
logic of which is indisputable prove
that the present generation is doomed
unless heroic measures are resorted
to. I sincerely lielicve that the
human race is hastening toward an
abyss that will engulf us unless
something is done. What this some
thing should le of course is a matter
'of opinion. I woald start at the root
of the evil and ilevot my attention to
the proper e ! neat ion of th" masses.!
The regeneration m'it be .111 with the ,
unborn. I tl in'i goo I results can be
obtained from projier education of!
KICK A DOG
Kick a dog and he bites you.
He bites you and you kick him.
The more you kick the more
he bites and the more he bites
the more you kick. Each
makes the other worse.
A thin body makes thin
blood. Thin blood makes a
thin body. Each makes the
other worse. If there is going
to be a change the help must
come from outside.
Scott's Emulsion is the right
help. It breaks up such a
combination. First it sets the
stomach right. Then it en
riches the blood. That
strengthens the body and it
begins to grow new flesh.
A strong body makes rich
blood and rich blood makes a
strong body. Each makes the
other better. This is the way
Scott's Emulsion puts the thin
body on its feet. Now it can
get along by itself. No need
This picture represents
the Trade Mark of Scott's
Emulsion I id is on the
wrapper of every bottle.
Send for (ret -ample-
SCOTT & BOWNE,
409 Pearl S;.. New York.
50c. and $1. all druggists.
The Anglo-American, of the City
Mexico offers the following sugges
tion to Mr. Carnegie: Andrew Car
negie might contribute some of his
surplus wealth to the deserving poor.
Books are cheap and public libraries
are plenty. Bread and meat, how
ever are out of the reach of hundreds
of thousands of deserving people
who happen to be without them
through no fault of tlieir own. The
Carnegie idea of philanthropy is
simply an advertisement of self. He
expects the libraries which he has
founded tostandasa monument when
he is dead. So they will. But a (let
ter monument would be a few thous
and deserviug poor made happier
by some of his surplus wealth.
Millions Put to Work.
The wonderful activity of the new
century is shown by an enormous de
mand for the world's best workers
Dr. King's New Life Pills. For con
stipation, sick headache, biliousness,
. . 1.1 .. Ar .1 1. 1:
01 iu uwuirie oi awussjaKBSj nici ui
1 j . 1 t 1 1 .1-
moneys mev re uunvaieu. wuiv ;k'
at all drug stores.
Arrested as a Safe Cracker
Dr. Alexander J. Mcl vor-Tvndall,
the famous telepathist. who has Ins n
engaged to give demonstrations of
his mysterious powers at the Dake
opera,house next Friday evening has
had some wierdlv interesting exig
ences, one of the most unusual of
which occurred iu Seattle. Wash.,
some seven years ago. The feats of
the great thought reader were the
talk 01 the J acihe coast. Uurmg a
conversation one night at the Panier j
club, Herman Miller, then a prorui-!
ment business man of Seattle, made j
wager of SI. 000 that Tyndall j
couldn't open his safe by reading the
combination through his (Hiller's)
mind. The wager was accepted bv
Al. Marks, then Mclvoi -Tvndall's '
manager. Ivndall bein
blindfolded, the three started in the
direction of Hiller's place of business.
Tyndall leading the way at a break
neck pace. Arriving at the door,
they of course found it lock -d. Iu
stantly without a word leing uttered
the mystic reached into Hiller's
pocket and extracted a bunch of
keys. Selecting the correct one he
quickly opened the door, located the
safe and in the space of a few seconds
the safe was open and
the bet won.
At this point a new policeman 011 the
force seeing a dim light in the rear of
the omee and anxious to make a rec
ord for himself, instantly conceived
the idea of burglars, rushed in
promptly, arrested them and march
ed them to the station at the point of
a revolver. Here they were recog
nized by Chief Rogers aud released,
much to the chagrin of the new po
liceman. Those who have investigated psv-
chic phenomena are convinced that
there is a power of thought transfer
ence and psychic impression as rare
as it is wonderful. This power is de
veloped in Mclvor-Tyndall to a re
markable degree, enabling him to
perform feats which to the average
mind are inexplicable aud almost un
canny. Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The liest and most famous com
pound in the world to conquer aches
and kill pains. Cures cuts, heals
burns and Inuises. subdues inflam
mation, masters piles. Millions of
boxes sold yearly. Works wonders
in Ixjils. ulcers, felons. skin eruptions.
It curs or no pay. 25c at ail drug
She Is a Bird
The wife of a lCethodist minister in
an Iowa town has been married three
times. Her maiden name was Part
ridge, her first husband's name was
Robin, the second Sparrow, and the
present one Qua vies. There are two
young Robins, one Sparrow and three
little Quavles. One might almost be
forgiven for suggesting that the lady
was a bird, says an exchange.
preset-vet and pickles, spread
m iti iii coating of
Will kp tbem afaanlut!' intrtiire and
add proof. lur ltinnl Paraffin; in also
useful lu a iluzn ai&Wff myu about toe
buuae. Full lirnirnK in eacb -t m-kage.
STANDARD OIL CO.
Prescott Free Reading Room.
The free reading room will be
opened formally next Monday, Feb
ruary 3rd at eight o'clock in the even
ing, in the lower room of the Bank of
Arizona building. President M. B.
Hazeltine will give a short address,
explaining the work of the venture,
and the orchestra will render several
All citizens and friends are invited
to attend and learn of this good
work, in which the directors hope to
have the assistance of every one.
Miss Rill Wilson, formerly of Indian
apolis, Ind.. who has had experience
in this line of work, has been engaged
as attendant. Over 100 membership
cards have teen disposed of at one
dollar each, and a committee of four
directors will make a house to house
canvas for members.
Many of the directors, besides tak
ing tickets of membership have dona
ted five dollars each for the cause.
A number of papers and books have
already been aonated and it is the
wish that more will follow. It is ex
pected to add a luncheon department
in the near future. It is hoped that
this will prove a success in every way
and a lienefit to men who have no
Quay as a Faith Healer.
Senator Quay of Pennsylvania is
not a laughing man. He rarely lets
anything move him beyond the
twinkle in bis eye, but a Florida
farmer's impression regarding him
made him "let loose." The senator,
returning from a fishing trip in his
bungalow at St. Louis, Fla., rode in
an accommodation train and the far
mer set beside him and questioned
him. Quay's knowledge of country
side gossip proved limited and dis
couraging. "Don't belong to these parts, do
ye?" said the farmer. "Don't know
much about Florida, do ye?"
"I have been here several times in
my wanderings," said Quay.
''And what might be the reason ye
"I am trying to ameliorate the con
dition of man the inner man," re
plied Quay solomnly..
The farmer moved to another seat
aud remarked to the man beside
whom he sat: "Talked to thet feller
back thar a good bit 'fore I found out
he was one o' them durn faith heal
ers. New York Times.
Saved Her Child's Life.
"In three weeks our chubby little
boy was changed by pneumonia al
most to a skeleton," writes Mrs. W.
Watkins. of Pleasant City, O. "A
terrible cough set iu that, in spite of
a good doctor's treatment for several
weeks, grew worse every day. We
then used Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption and our darling was
soon sound and well. We are sure
this grand mediciue saved his life."
Millions know it's the only sure cure
for coughs, colds and all lung dis
eases. All druggists guarantee satis
faction. hlk SI. Trial bottles free.
McKinley's Birthday Exercises.
McKiuley's birthday was appro
priately celebrated by the pupils of
St. Joseph's academv on Wednesday
afternoon. A fine literary and musi
cal program was reudered. Theexer-
cises were held in the assembly room
which was gracefully festooned with
national colors and mourning. A
picture of the martyred president
wreathed in carnations occupied a
prominent place on the platform.
I he program was as follows:
"the l-iu rial of the Hero, piano
duet -Misses Nina and Vera Green-
' wood .
Tribute to McKiuley Miss Cora
"Lead Kindlv Light" Misses Rob-
inson, Currv, Derr aud Hanna.
Recitation, "As Thv Dav Thv
St length Shall Be" Miss Ka'theriue
Instrumental solo, "Spring Soug"
Miss Grace Riemer.
Recitation. "Droop Starry Flag"
Mis Anna Burke.
"Alice Where Art Thou" violin.
Miss Vera Greenwood; piano, Miss
Pantomine "Nearer Mv God to
Recitation "A Deep Grief". (Ded
cetoryl--Miss Norma Fernwalt.
Finale. "The President's Last
w..r.i ririK 111 n.ii"
The programme was finely render
ed and the exercises of a most inter
esting character. St. Joseph's acad
emy deserves great credit for the ob
servance of this day and so far as
heard from was theonly school in the
territory, public or private, that ob
served the day.
1 he Last Heard of It.
-Mi- little 1 miv took th rVnim one
luHtt and soon "yrew so had vou could
hear him breathe all through the
house." says F. D. Reynolds, Mans
field, O. "We feared he would die,
but a few doses of One Minute Cough
Cure quickly revived him and he
went to sleep. That's the last we
heard of the croup. Now isn't a
cough cure like that valuable?" One
Minute Cough Cure is absolutely
safe aud acts immediately. For
coughs, colds, croupe, grip, bronchitis
and all other lungaud throat troubles
it is a certain cure. Very pleasant to
take. The little ones like it. Feu S.
Hildreth, W. W. Ross aud Brisley
James Farton concluded a very
suggestive article upon the habits
and death of Bayard Taylor, whom
he had as .1 personal friend, warned
against the danger of wine and beer
drinking and smoking, as follows:
"Mental labor is not hostile to
health and life; but I am more than
ever convinced that a man who lives
liy his brain is of all men bound to
avoid stimulating his brain. In this
climate, to stimulate the brain by al
ehohol aud tobacco is only a slow
kind of suicide. Even the most mod
erate use of the mildest wine is not
without danger, lecause the peculiar
exhaustion caused by severe mental
lalxir is a constant and urgent temp
tation to increase the
strength of the potation. I would
say to every young man in the United
States, if I could reach him, if you
mean to attain one of the prizes of
your profession and live a cheerful
life to the age of eighty, throw away
your dirty old pipe, put your cigars
j in the stove, never buv anv more, be-
come an , cyour
I dinner in the middle of the day and
' reSt "e dv m seven.
A Shock to Consumption.
Experiments are being made on the
' most elaborate scale in London with
I modifications of Tenia's oiectria otn
I rents, which he insists will cure con
sumption. The Herald in its cable
I letter from London says the most re
markable results have lieen achieved
' and an elaliorate establishment has
lieen fitted up aud consumptive pa
tients have been absolutely cured,
j By a certain process the patient has
j In-en able to receive a current of 80,
1 000 volts. The awe inspiring force of
this voltage may lie best appreciated
when it is remembered that only five
hundred volts is employed in driving
traius on I railway. Yet the patient
s not conscious of the enormous elec-,
A NOTED APACHE.
He Stood off the 5an Carlos Gar
rison For a Week.
Among the Apache Iudians who
came to Tombstone Thursday as wit
nesses against the Indian who mur
dered his comrad scout, "Corporal
Irish," a month ago between Willcox
and Fort Grant, was Chil-chu-ana, a
noted character of the San Carlos
reservation. He is the largest Indian
on the reservation and weighs more
than 250 pounds. He is chief of the
tribe near tha Rice Indian school on
the San Carlos reservation.
Several years ago he violated some
of the agency rules and Capt. Bullis
sent the police after him. Chil-chu-ana,
however, got word that the In
dian agent desired an interview with
him and had gathered a number of
his braves for the pnrpo.se of defying
the agency authority. When the In
dian police arrived at the chief's wick
iup they were told to return and re
port that the chief refused to surren
der, which they did.
Chil-chua-ana knew the soldiers
would go after him. and gathering all
the "grub" in sight went with a dozen
of his tribe to Natural Rock Fort in a
canyon, which could be approached
only in one direction. Here he await
ed the coming of the "Blue coats."
For ten days he stood off the troops,
who did not dare approach the In
dian stroughold. Many pow-wows
were held by messengers, but Chil-chu-ana
was obstinate. In the mean
time Capt. Bullis had sent to Fort
Grant for a cannon which he planted
on a nearby hill, safe from harm from
the arms of the Indians. At the first
shot from the cannon Chil-chu-ana
hoisted his "gee string" and surren
dered. He was soon released from
the guard house ami ever since has
been heap big chief among his peo
ple. He is a thrifty old Indian, and be
sides a half dozen squaws is the own
er of many cattle and horses. He
went to Washington and shook hands
with Grover Cleveland, a fact which
has also added to his distinction.
Clerk's Wise Suggestion.
UI have lately been much troubled
with dyspepsia, belching anil sour
stomach," writes M. S. Mead, lead
ing pharmacist of Attlelxiro, Mas.
"I could eat hardly anything without
suffering several hours. My clerk
suggested I try Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure, which I did with most happy
results. I have had no more trouble
and when one can go to eating mince
pie, cheese, candy and nuts, after
such a time, their digestion must be
pretty good. I endorse Kodol Dys-
Cpsia Cure heartily. "You don't
ve to diet. Eat all the good food
you want but don't overlaid the
stomach. W. W. Ross. Brisley Drug
Co. and Fen S. Hildreth.
Tyndall' Wild Ride.
Prof. Tyndall, who is to appear at
the opera house this evening, gave a
public exhibition at noon today of his
wouderful powers by taking a blind
fold ride and discovering an article
which had been hidden by a commit -mittee
selected for the purpose.
The committee consisted of E. R.
McDowell. Walter (J. Reese, "Doc"
McDouald, Fen S. Hildreth, Earl
Sanford and the editor of the Journal-Miner.
The object selected for
concealment was a small flag. With
it in their possession the committee
left Hotel Burke iu a hack, leaviug
Professor Tyndall in the hotel. They
drove south on Montezuma street,
east to Marina, north to Willis, west
to Cortez, south to Gurley. west to
Granite, aud turning there retraced
their course back to the hotel build
ing, and entering Hildreth's drug
store secreted the flag in a drawer of
sulphur, located in a long line of
similar ones. Prof. Tyndall. who
had been blinfolded iu the hotel was
then taken to the hack and mounted
the seat, and with E. R. McDowell of
the committee sitting by his side and
holding one hand, he took the lines
in the other hand and started 011 his
wild ride as rapidly as he could get
the horses to run. He went over the
identical course traveled by the com
mittee with the exception of that por
tion between Montezuma aud Granite
street on Gurley. Instead of making
this portion of tne drive he drove di
rectly to the corner and dismounting
dragged Mr. McDowell after him
through the same part of the store
followed by the committee, through
the main part, instead of going lx
hiud the counter, and went directly
to the rear, where he went behind the
counter, among the maze of drawers,
and opened two of them liefore get
ting the right one. lie w.is appar
ently under a very highly nervous
strain, as his hands trembled violent
ly during the process. His actions
were quite rapid and it did not take
him half a minute to discover the hid
ing place of the little flag, which he
drew out and waved before the crowd
which had collected. The test was a
very successful one. Prof. Tyndall
is only billed in Prescott for one
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Rare Treat in the Occult.
The human mind is fascinated by
nothing so much as the mysterious
and unexplainable and Dr. Alexander
J. Mclvor-Tyndall is certainly a mar
vel in this line. The entertainment
tonight at the Dake Opera House is a
grand demonstration of those mvs
terious phenomena which are classed
as manifestations of unseen force.
Whether or not you believe iu occult
power, you cannot afford to miss this
.triimriiitiitt- ff vnonn '1 Mliifi tvtw, Mfl
UUUlll.uill, l u .n. iun u.,.u ...iv mi..
8tartlad the world with his raYSteri
ous powers and puzzled those who
had sought to find a clue to his won
derful demonstrations. The enter
tainment is as exciting as a melo
drama and as amusing as a farce
The question is, is Mclvor-Tyndall,
able in "A Night of Mvsterv" to
form marve,s inthe of spirit
rce that have mw9ed for him
title of "The World's M vstif ver."
The great English mystic presents
in "A N'ight of Mystery." some mar
velous ami startling effects of an in
visible power. Spiritualists skeptics
and amusement seekers are alike en
tertained, amused and mvstitied by
the astounding features introduced
in Mclvor Tindall's demonstrations.
Apart from its mysterious features,
the program is one of continuous ex
citement and laughter. The feats of
the odie force and mind magic, which
excite such comment in the east, will
be fully repioduced. Some of the
scenes enacted are:
"The Mysterious Lady and how
She was Discovered." "Dead or
Alive," "The .Murder Disclosed."
"TheGbistlv Smoker." "T'le Talk-
and other piu.n ng aud
1 startling acts.
Literary Society Programme
The following is the second pro
gramme of the Clionian Literary
Society. 8th, 9th and 10th grades,
public schools, Friday eveuing at
8.-00 o'clock. January 31, 1902.
Declamation, "A Leak in the Dike,"
Declamation, "The Old Man Goes
to Town," Garland Connell.
Essay, "Every Day Heroes," Ma
Declamation, "The Prettiest Giri."
- Virgie H'te.
Vocal Solo Miss Helen Munyan.
Declamation, "Gone With a Hand
somer Man," Minnie Davis.
Declamation, "How Tom Sawyer
Got his Fence Whitewashed," Wal
Declamation, "Out to Old Aunt
Mary's." Maud Norris.
Piano Solo Miss Anna belle Bailey.
Debate: ' Resolved: That England
is Declining as a WTorld Power." Af
firmative, Harold Elliot and Sam Nor
ris; negative, Maud Marsh and Elsie
Recitation, Mrs. Tom Bate.
Paper, "Current Events" Ethel
Piano Solo-Mrs. W. A. Cline.
Ethel Shull. President.
The public is invited.
Public School Notes.
The public schools have entered
work of the second semester of the
During the month of January
twenty-five new pupils entered school.
Two were assigned to Miss Walters'
room, one to Miss Sprague, four to
Miss Campbell, five to Miss Heizer,
three to Miss Beidleman, five to Miss
Ei I wards, three to Miss Strange, two
to the kindergarten.
Last Friday afternoon three rooms
enjoyed a half holiday for no tardi
ness, the rooms of Misses Walter,
Sprague and Beidleman. This is the
third consecutive month Miss Beidle
man's room has enjoyed this privi
lege. Professor F. S. Hafford, who is
now principal at Morenci, Arizona,
writes that Morenci is try ing to estab
lish a kindergarten. Prescott now has
the only public kindergarten in Ari
zona. Professor Hafford asked to be
remembered to former pupils.
The literary entertainment of the
rClionian society which took place
last Friday evening was quite well at-
tended in suite of the inclement
weather. The society is very grate
ful to Misses Munyan and Bailey for
assisting to make their entertainment
a success. Both ladies gave two se
lections in answer to the hearty ap-
1 plause of all present. The next en-
111 1(1 1 II 1111 II l Will VMS a 1UUK1I m iiiri 11
the Crescents and Clionians and a
picked programme will then lie ren
dered. The judges who were chosen
for the debate decided in favor of the
affirmative. Subject for dehate was:
Resolved, That England is declin
ing as a world power. "Poor Eng
land." Snow balling was the chief amuse
ment at school last week and appear
ed to be exceedingly enjoyed. The
participants in it are much more
orderly this season than they have
been previously and passers-by are
safe from attack. "Crescent."
A Pleasant Euchre Party.
Last evening at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ellis, Miss Hat
tie Oliver entertained the nvmliers of
the Ladies' Euchre Club in most
pleasant manner. The gentlemen
friends and husbands of the mem
bers of the club were invited to en
joy the eveuing with the ladies aud
about thirty young people were pres
ent. The game of the evening w;is
handed hearts and it provided a de
lightful eveuing'sentertaiutnriit. The
gentlemen prize winners were: Feu
S. Hildreth. Harry Major and Frank
Wright, th;- ladies having lteen
awarded their priie- at the meeting
two weeks ago, mm not given prizes.
After the prizes had been awarded
delightful refreshments served to
bring the evening's pleasures to n
Miss Oliver is always a Splendid
hostess and last evening she proved
herself fully equal to the occasion.
Saved Him From Torture.
There is no more agonizing trouble
than piles. The constaut itching and
burning make life intorable. No pos
ition is comfortable. The torture is
unceasing. DeWitt's Witch Haz
Salve cures piles at once. For skin
diseases, cuts burns, bruises, ail kit d
of wounds it is unequaled. J. S.
Gerall, St. Paul, Ark., says: "From
lSt!o I Miffered with the protruding,
bleeding piles and could find nothing
to help me until I used DeWili'.s
Witch Hazel Salve. A few kpies
completely cured me." Beware ol
counterfeits. Bnslew Drug Co.. V .
W. Ross and Feu S. Hildreth.
St. Joseph's Academy.
The following are the names of pu
pils who for perfect attendance, ex
cellent scholarship and satisfactory
deportment during the month of Jan
uary, have merited a place on the
roll of honor.
Anna Burke. OUie Punteuney.Cora
Thomas. Norma Fernwalt, Katie
Fitzgerald, Belle Rodgeis. Hattie
Menitt. GfNe Ziemer. Vera Green
wood. Intermediate Department.
Mamie Duke, Clarita Caudelaria.
Johu McDonald, Elsie Duke. Mabel
Bacou. Arthur McClanahan, Stella
Bacon. Fred McMahon.
A Legacy of theGrip.
Is often a run down system. Weak
ness, nervousness, lack of ap;ietite.
energy aud ambition, with disordered
; liver aud kidneys often follow an at
i tack of this wretched disease. The
I greatest need then is Electric Bitters.
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Coots, Comforts ami Heal th Skin. fnaMaf
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Avoid dangarona, irritatint; Witch
Hazel preparation, represented to be
"the aame at" POND'S EXTRACT,
which easily sour aid irrtierallv contain
" wood aicuhot," a deaUly poison.
What She Hay Expect.
The ibwii of Lore is Marriage
and the Goal of Marriage
When a young man and young woman
tre very much in love every step of life
they take is timed to the music of the
wrrlrtino; march. The happy consumma
tion may be years away, but down the
path of the years the clear eyes of love
discern the spot which some day they
shall call home. And when the mar
riage is consummated and the home
founded another thought begins to fill
the minds of wife and husband, a
thought that lies too deep for words,
the thought of a cooing baby voice, of
music of happy
If the love of man and woman leads to
marriage, and marriage looks to mother
hood, what is the plain and obvious duty
of the woman about to assume the obli
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It is her duty to prepare herself for her
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that may be given her, as well as for the
sake of her husband and her home.
how TO PRE PARK.
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