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Joseph P. Gantzer, a baker employ
ed by W. H. Shorey, was'accidcntally
drowned in the Colorado river on the
12th, and the body has not been re
T. Ramon, a saloon keeper at Kofa,
was found dead Saturday in an alley
in the rear of a Tfuraa" saloon. The
head was crushed in as though with
an ax. It is claimed by the occupants
of the saloon building that the man
met his death through falling from a
second-story building. "
F. W. Pemberton, a prominent citi
zen of Phoenix, died in Los" Angeles
on Monday of cancer of the stomach.
Ho was connected with the Phoenix
National bank and was territorial
treasurer for three years. He came
to Phoenix in 1888. He was fifty-nine
years of age and native of Wisconsin.
From all sections of Southern Ari
zona and Sonora conies1 the welcome
news that splendid rains have fallen
and the ranchers and 'stockraisera arcs
rejoicing. Rain at this season is bf
incalculable benefit to tho country.
Cattle had commenced to die by the
hundreds, and 'many stockraisers
were threatened with ruin.
Tho oil excitement at Mammoth con
tinues and the machinery for another
planthas been doll veVe'd'on Ihe" grolintf.
The plant at the Brown ranch is
about ready for operation. The ex
perts think oil will be found at a
depth of 800 feet. As the formation
lays flat and is soft it should not take
long to reach that depth. Florence
Sheriff Lovin came in yesterday
with an $18,000 bar of bullion from the
Gold Road mill, the result of seven
days' run of the tanks. It is proposed
to install amalgamators to take out
the coarse gold prior to sendiug the
pulp to the solution tanks, and thus
make a cleaner and more rapid re
covery of the gold, values. Mohave
The Silver Belt Friday an attempt
was made to rob the Globe postoffice.
Entrance was secured by cutting
through a door panel. Nitro-glycer-ine
was usod in an attempt to open the
postoffico safe, but ' unsuccessfully.
The only loot was a small sum of
cash found in the drawer of the desk
of the Western Union telegraph offico
located in tho postoffice room.
Cornelio Valenzuela, aged 29, was
murdered shortly after midnight Fri
day. The body was found lying in an
alley into which it had possibly been
carried. In the breast was a gunshot
wound that had penetrated tho heart.
Geronlmo Ward, a'' well-known char
acter has been arrested, charged with
the murder. The evidence is believed
conclusive, though no preliminary ex
amination has been held.
Gallup, more recently he filled the
same position at Ash Fork and is con
sidered one of the best agents on the
Coast lines. It is stated that H. S.
Kidder will shortly relieve A. F.Hunt,
temporarily, at Williams. Mr. Hunt's
many 'friends here in Wlnslow have
expressed tho fear that he is contem
Alejandro Peralta met .death in a
shocking way on Friday at El Tule,
while he and Antonio Duran were out
hunting rabbits. They had stopped
to rest and while resting Alejandro
placed his head on the muzzle of the
gun and in some unaccountable way
it was discharged, the bullet entering
his forehead causing death instantly.
He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lo
renzo Peralta and was thirteen years
of age. The entire community sym
pathizes with them in this their sad
bereavement. St. Johns Herald.
A magnificent body of concentrating
ore hasi been encountered in a cross
cut in the 800-foot level of the Alice
mine at Troy. This level extends east
along the vein from the breast of the
great 1,700 foot working tunnel driven
into the Alice vein from the south
west side of the mountain and but re
cently completed. The ore consists of
copper and iron sulphurets, carrying
about six per cent copper and good
pay values in gold. The full extent
of this trreat ore bodv has not been
rfuliy5determlned. Florence Blade.
Many cases of scarlet fever now ex
ist at Lordsburg; add to protect
Graham county from "tho contagion,
Dr. Burtch has put a quarantine on
the town. The agent at Lordsburg
has been notified not to sell tickets to
points in Graham county except on
certificates of health from" Lordsburg
physicians. Dr. Aiton""of Duncan,
has been appointed to inspect the
train at that place. Bulletin:
B. L. Holmes has been installed as
agent at this point, having arrived
yesterday, says the Winslow Mail.
Mr. Holmes was at one time agent at
Six soldiers under command of Com
missary Sergeant Henry H. Graves,
passed through Clifton last week for
Fort Huachuca. They were from Den
ver und had thirty-five head of horse
under their charge. They were a part
of two trooos E and G or the Fifth
cavalry which left Fort Logan March
22 for Forts Apache and Huachuca.
The distance is more than twelve hun
dred miles, and the horses and men
came through in good condition. The
sergeant says they were exceedingly
well treated by the people everywhere.
The sergeant was in the Geronimo
campaign in this section in 1884-5, and
has been in the service ever since.
If You Have Dyspepsia. Read This
The old way of taking pepsin, bis
muth, etc., to cure dyspepsia is all
wrong. They may be put up in tab
lets or in liquid, the result is jast the
same. The object is to create artifi
cial digestion, but this does not make
a cure. Stop taking the pepsin, etc.,
and you have your dispepsia or indi
gestion back again. People use co
caine or opium for nervous troubles
and sick headache, it does not cure,
stop taking tho drugs and the pain
and distress return. The only Com
mon Sense Method is to drive out the
cause of dyspepsia and sick headache,
by clensing the stomach and bowels,
at the same time using a medicine that
will act on tho liver. This forces
through the glands of the stomach the
digestive fluid that nature intended.
In this way you cure dyspepsia. The
medicine that cures dyspepsia by this
method is called Dr. Gunn's Improved
Liver Pills. Druggists soil these pills
at 25c per box. It only takes one pill
for a dose. For sale by The Cover
Protection Is Panic Proor
is the title of a recent speech of Sena
ator J. H. Gallinger, of New Hamp
shire. The speech has been Issued in
document form by the American Pro
tective Tariff League. One copy will
be forwarded to any address upon
postal card request addressed to W.
F. Wakeman, General Secretary, 339
Broadway, New York. Ask for doc
ument Mo. 78.
Spring and Summer, 1904,
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that may be omitted. A
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