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One More Tragedy
At Giveadam Gulch
Slory of the Man Who Came Up From
Wolf Creek lo Commit
Copyright by McChire Nowopapcr Syndi
cate. T Is with deepest sorrow that we
chronicle n tragedy that occurred
In this town of Clhcudnm Gulch
on Wednesday Inst.
At that (Into we had planted In our
private cdltotlnl gnuo.uind eighteen
letltns, nnd wo wcie hugging the hopo
thnt we had reached the end.
In each nnd every otic of the eighteen
cases wo had boon obliged to shoot
llrit to snvc our own life and had been
honorably acquitted by a coroner's
In each and every case also we paid
nil funeral expenses nnd rodo at the
head of the funeral procession In the
cnirlnge with the minister.
Each of tho eighteen mounds has Its
own marble headslono. We could have
"DO IOU WANT lo III: I'J.ANTl.D IN YOUII
substituted wood and thereby saved n
considerable sum of money, but wo did
not stop nt expense to proem c the si
lent sleepers the best that could bo
turned out Aside from the names,
dates, etc., most of the stones boar
such snjlngs ns. "Gone up higher."
"He sleeps well," nnd "Our loss Is his
Tho plants, bushes and trees .wo
have placed In tho lnclosuro glvo It
tho appearance of n public park, and,
as n matter of fait. It Is so used by
our citizens. We hive often bat thoro
as the summer sun went to rest nnd
reflected on tho (instability of life, and
as our eyes dwelt on mound after
mound we have wondered how It wns
with the sleepers In the great beyond.
Wo nre not u holy terror.
Wo nro not a bnd man with two
Wo wcro not born at tho headwaters
of Fighting crook.
On tho contrary, wo aro a humble
looking cuss of humble spirit, asking
nothing so much as to bo lot nlono to
do our humble work on ?nrth 113 best
Wo have taken to our heels rather
than hoot. Wo have trdien a cold bluff
when other men would have pulled a
In no one instance since wc weio out
of knee pants have wo thirsted for Uu
Ileports to the effect that wo aro a
savago and on the shoot me aso ca
nards, having their fouudntlr.i In the
Jealous heaits of oontoiitpoinrk'S.
Wo must be crowded to the wall bo
foio we shoot, and then wo shoot as
gently as Wo can. After being acquit
ted by tho coroner we bit down and
feel real bad for several hours.
Two weeks ago wo received a postal
card from somo one nt Wolf Creek who
signed himself "Dollwrer" to the effect
that ho was coming on hero to ruiuovo
us from thlsivorld of turmoil and trou
ble. Wo tluow the en id Into the Inskct
with 11 doon others and gave It no fur
ther thought, but on Wednesday, as wo
sat In our sanctum writing un editorial
011 the political situation In tho far
west, nu Individual whoso liiimo has
been ascertained to bo Henry White
entered tho room, diew two guns and,
seating himself opposlto us. announced:
"Mr. Ilcllbo, I huo coiuo to shoot
"Isn't It rather sudden?" wo asked In
"I gavo you notice two weeks ago.
Besides, all good things happen bud
denly," "Aro you following out any partlcu
"No. I propose to rcuiovo you on gen
eral principles. Von Inuo becomo the
'It' of Arizona, nnd no one clso can get
n show. Do you want to be planted In
your own graveyard V"
"Would It be too much trouble?"
"Not nt nil. Aro you n praying mnn?"
"Not to any great oMeut, but under
"Go nhcr.d. I will glvo you flvo min
utes. After that time has cxplicd, be
ing this Is my busy day, you will bo
scut over tho great divide without fur
Wo indulged In tho hope for a mo
ment that Mr. White was loco, but n
look Into his eyes proved that ho was
not only In his right mind, but very
earnest In wanting to carry put his
llttlo plan. Our guns wero lying noni
us, but If wo had put out a hand ho
would have Hied. For a long three
minutes wo thought of homo nnd moth
tr. We thought of this gulch being left
without anybody o run It. Wo thought
Ion trebled the editor of thd Lone Jack
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Banner would be when ho heard ot our
death. Wo thought how our esteemed
contemporary In town would chuckle
and claim tho credit of tho shooting.
Wo thought of our Kicker and Its
3,000,000 circulation and wondered If
another man could be found to hold It
Wo thought of heaven and wondered
If wo would ho lot In. Wo wondered,
supposing we did got In, If we should
bo welcomed by n band of nngeis and
bow long before wo should grow wings
nnd bo nble to fly mound. We wore
getting quite sentimental ocr the situ
ation when tho foreman of the compos
ing room came hunting In for 111010
copy, nnd this inndo 11 dlvcislon. Mr.
White tinned his gae ri out us for
tin ee seconds only, but It was enough.
Wo reached for n gun, nnd ns he drew
ddwn on us wo 11 red.
Wo would have n voided It If wo
could. Had Mr. White asked for nu
apology or given ns n chance to run hci
would bo alive today. He had our
back to the wall and meant to tako our
It consoles us somow'hnt to lemeinbcr
that Mr. While did not sulTor any.
Sumo moil might h:ne shot him so tint
ho would have been on-the sttlTorliig
and dying list for several days, hut we
arc quite certain thnt he felt no pain
ufter (he first second, When ho was
lifted uj the unite he h'ld worn in life
was still on his face, nnd his parted
lips seemed about to toll us that time
Tho coroner wns nt once sent for and
proceeded to Impanel a Jury. All the
facts wcro nt hand. Mr. While had
f-U several people on the stteet of his
phllnnthtoplc Intentions, mid our foic
mnn wns n wUness of Ills efforts. The
verdict of Justlunble hnnilrldu was
icachod In ten minutes. Then wo sent
for the undertaker nnd oidered him to
spare no expense, and the gravcdlgger
was told not to do nny skimping.
As near 113 wc have been nble to as
certain. Mr. While h.is no relatives In
the west, nnd there will bo no one to
claim his effects, consisting of "0 cents
In cash and two guns. Uo had been
hanging nroiind Wolf crook for a
month or so, seeming to lime some
thing on his mind, but nobody can tell
whore ho cuino from beyond there. Ho
was a man of middle ago, with nn In
telligent' face nnd likely fairly educat
ed, and had ho turned his ntteiitlou to
killing off tho heads of trusts he would
undoubtedly havo boon 11 success. Wo
cannot say whether his Idea of remov
ing us was original with him or not.
lie nppcarod to know thnt wo wcro
the editor of tho Kicker, mayor of
Glvcadnm Gulch, deputy United States
ninrshal. state fish commissioner, state
forester, colonel of militia, foreman of,
tno tiro uepnrtijient. postmaster and a
candidate for the next presidency, nnd
perhaps lie thought we wore plnlng
the hog nnd thcio would be nothing
loft for him.
Be that as It mny, Mr. White has
been gathered to his fathers In first
clnss shape. Ho was burled on Friday
In a casket that cost $7.". nnd wo paid
ns much more for the carriages 'In tho
funeral procession. His grave Is In 0110
of the prettiest comers of tho ymd.
and, while It Is too late In the season
now to do tujsro thnii erect-, a head
stone with a lamb on iop, when the
spring comes again tho trailing nrbu
tus will bo inndo to trail over tho sods
which cover him. ltequlobcat In pace
(whl all means may ho sleep In peaco
for a thousand years nnd never once
wake up nnd try to figure out why
ho didn't plant us Instead).
A Safe llct.
"There, now," said tho would bo nil
thor, "ybu'o heard tho first four chap
ters of my novel. Can you tell how
tho story's coming out?"
"Well." replied Crlttlck, "I can tell
how It Isn't coming out"
"llv how do you menu?"
"In book form." Houston Post.
K11 l'o Ailt crllxliiR Knr It.
Griggs Uiopped Into the courthouse
this morning nnd lost my overcoat
thcio, confound tho luck.
Dilggs That's nothing. Last week
I lost u suit there. Uoston Transcript.
A l'nor Itennrt.
"Why k Freshers always bo-istlng
that ho, has lost money on tho niiirket?"
"It's the only wny ho can over get
anybody to believe that ho over had
any." Detroit Fred Press,
I, eft AllltlF.
JJoggar Io lost all my klnfolKs.
Lady You poor man! All dead?
Beggar Naw; ilcb. Woman's Homo
The Alodc-xt llnrtilnr.
Tho burslar Is n modest man.
He's nei'or s''on by day.
And If ncccwleil Into lit ntt'lit
Ho tries to steal uway,
Whcno'cr ho has to inako a call
He never makes n ftius;
Ho keeps as quiet iuh lio can
Bo's not to trouble us.
Uo tdvmodcjt, If you'd Bay,
"Why, you nre nmttUr Jlmt"
He'd say, nltt evident dlrtress,
"No, mister; I ain't hlml"
11. It. Klrli In f.tiiplucotl' MnEuzlna,
Tllll MAlllON DAILY MIMtOll, ,THUttSbAY,
II .HI I Mil HI If I I II I t,mmm,a H I H I "'": . I j ,1,
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Tho man who will succeed Dthan Allen Hitchcock as secretary ot tho Into
rlor is tin second Bon of tho late Pieddont (Jailleld. .lninos ltudolplt Garfield
Is forly-ont! years old, 11 native of Illrtim, O., wheic his father In early mnn
hood wiw president of 11 college. He p"actlieil law In Cleveland until his ap
pointment ns a member of the United Mates civil service commission. In 0O"l
lie became commissioner of corporations. Ills wport on the matter of rail
road icbalcH first hrousht him into national notice. Mr. Unrilold niairled Miss
Helen Newell of Chlcngo.
H poem for Coday
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V V V V
Ily Jcanncttc I. Helm
KNOW not which of you I Into the more
The Idol 'fnlyu which blinded 1110
Or ou, whose clumsy hand so rudoly tore
The veil from mj divinity.
1 1 -. err .l.
Wns'l not happier far when kneeling thcro
llnfiii'R that self made god of 111I110
Than when you swept the lhnverod nltar baid"
And left me wllh an empty slnlnuV
AVhtjt though my Idol's feet were wholly clay
Might not my fallh have tinned them gold,
As .when the pallid east by full flushed day
Is changed to glories manifold?
Yon; halo. Is mine, hut chlclly for this last
That of tho whole world It was you
Yourself who played tho torn Iconoclast,
Yet nro the fallen idol tool
H poe'rn for Co'da
WHAT IS GOOD?
Ky John Boyle O'Ucllly
II VI' Is the ie.il good?
I asked In musing mood.
Older, said tho law couit;
Knowledge, said tho m lino!;
Truth, said tho wise man;
Plensme, said the fool;
I-ove, saltl the maiden;
Jleauty, said tho pago;
Homo, Bald the- bilge;
Funic, said the soldier;
Equity, the seer.
Spake my heart full molly,
"Tho answer !. not here."
Thin within my bosom,
Portl, this I heard:
"Knell heatt holds the seciel
Kindness Is tho woiil."
iBmmnfh; SB" m
QUAINT PICTURE OF BLANCHE WALSH. s
Hero Is n quiilnt picture of lllnncho Wnlsh, tho actress, ajo vccontly sur
pjlsed her friends lly her murilago at New Orjcjans to W. lI.'Trnvers, loadlntf
man In her company. Her first Husband was Alfred lllckhiaji, Miss Walsh
Is one of the few successful nchvsM's byi;n and reared lii.tllo-clty of Kow York.
Most of them como'fi'oni suinl'icr plac''H. HUo gtew VP I" tho metropolis nnd
lived for some yonVrtlln ,the warden's su'It nt tho Totnbs prison, her fntlier be
ing tho warilon f?l)iiin(7 hw dolmt in IS'-o, nt tho ago of BlNtpon, la 'Twelfth
Night." Blio Is uowttourlPK tho soutli
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tho exquisite thrill of motherhood with indcicribitblo dread nnd'fearft
Every womnn should know that tho danger, pain und horror of chihiy,"
birth can be entirely avoided by the use of Mother's Friend a scientific, ,
liniincnt for external use 6nly, which
lin tmrtis. nnd nssists nnttirn 111
Its siiblhnc work. I3y its nid MM
thousands ot .women have
passed this great crisis in per
fect safety and without pain.
Sold nt Jl.oo per bottle by druggist9. Our hook
of priceless value to nil women sent free. Address
MtAnrir.LO REGULATOR CO. Atlanta, da
JAMES BRYCE. -
Tho Xom1 Ilrltlnh SlnJcdiiinn
Sinn f IieHerK.
The Itlght Hon. .Tames Itiyce, who
H soon to succeed Sir II envy "
tinier niiraud us atulmssador to tho
United Slates, Is one of tho most emi
nent of lliithh stalcftnen nnil inen or
letters nnd Is peilnps hott known In
this country us tho author of "The
Anietlcan Commonwealth." In the
reading of this wmk Americans them
selves have learned a good deal about
their own lepublie. Ho I J u Liberal in
politics und Is n member of the pres
ent goveri.mont, occupying tho post of
chief scc.otary for Ireland.
Mr. Itryce w.ts luiii In Holfust, Ire
land, in 1S38 und Is the 1101,1 of the Into
James Itryce, a Hcnfehinan, who was
distinguished as a siholar ttml houoied
wllh tho degree of LL. H. Tho picsent
chief secretary wns educated "at the
Glasgow hlch school and University of
til.tsjfow nnd nt Trinity college. Ox
foul. As a young mnn ho practiced as
n barrister. Ho has been n member of
JAJllTS u YCK.
parliament fiom AhetOccu, Scotland,
since IPSTi and h.is I "on tlio Incumlitttit
of Inliiortniit cabinet ollltes under hO
end governments. The ollleci ho has
held, the books he his written, tho de
grees lie has root hod m.d tho number
of learned societies In which ho has
mcmhcishlp make a I'm;,' list. During
his career In p.uli. uncut ha has been
active with tongue ami pen in ndvo-f
citing the cxtciuloii of rural gocru 1
mont throughout thu United Kingdom ,
nuil In forwarding tho Interests of lro
land, lie mn one of thu strongest up-,
liolih'is of (ilndbtoue both In his home I
iuiu jioiii-'y nun ju uiurr leuiiou ui 11111
political piog-.'dinme of tho Cr.iud Old
Mnn. IIcMi is.iluiiu much work In the
cause of clonicnt.iry education in (lre.it
llWtaln and In improving tlio condition
uf Christians In tlio fnr.oast. Ills best
known winks nie hU "Ainerleim Com
moil wealth" and hl.i "Holy Uoitinn I'hn
phe," Iho latter being u hook of oJi
(optional hlstoiloal vnltio tuiil iTli'iary
charm. Like some oilier noted Itrithh
statesmen, Mr. Ilrycu U u dovotcu ot
moiuitnln elinililng und has bccu'pics
blent of tho Alpine club.
Thero was a mighty crash, and tho
great touting car of tho leading lady
collided with tlio huniblu mill: eait.
Amid tho shower of while Ihpilit tho
press agent jumped out on tlio side
walk and begun to write furiously.
"It is too bud," sobbed tho leading
ludy as sho, gazed ruefully on tho ruin
of her thousand dollar gowifT'
"Cheer up, nindnm," said tho press
agent. "Tho accident Is woith nt least
"Ten thousand? What havo 'you
"Why, I have written 'this: '.Mine,
Flasher took her mill: bath on Main
utiput today.' "-Detroit Tribune.
Golni; Him Ono IUttcr.
Chatty Old nen(Ioninn (rfs thoy pass
tho nsyJumHWo get nu excellent vloy
of Jlie iisyhjui frqiu Uip railway,
i VIM srTtSt-'A iWl
v 'for y HnSik'Ax vi
jnt w& 1
Is the, joy of Iho ijottsojiolcj, for witlioi
it no Jinhplncsscafi bofiom()tolc. Ho
ewee tile pjeiture of motlicr nntl biibe,
Anccjn smite 'nt and commend th
thoughts and nspirnlioirt of tho motlir'
bending ovor tho ci ndla. Tlio or"d6nl througjfc'
wliicii Ihopypccttint mother must pass't hoMte
ever, 1 bo full of dancer and sulTcrinc that slw
looks forward to Hi hour when she shall fecjp
.vlucli toughens and renders pin
toughons and renders pliabl
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Kscnpcd lainntfc Ah, but yo ottslit
to seo tho railway from the nsylutilVi
ntccplloiint Ktlintcttr. J(
When out wnlklng with u Itldy, ca,r"
should bo taken not to step on her
- If nf1t!ctcd with hay fever, refrain
from sneezing whllo talking wth'(i
grass widow. Somo grass widows nro
very sensitive. m.
Tho proper mode of heading n letter
is "Dear S5lr." Never write "Dr. Sir"
unless (ho man owes year money. y
In eating plo carp Miuuld bo c.vcrelsod
not to click tho knife on tho teeth. This
bound Is very annoying to bcnslUvo
persons. Boston Trnnscilpt.
lUncn-lfili rrclpniler'd IlcrcnKP.
During the recent carnival festivities
at Mclllla n native Interpreter figured
In the procLMSlon as the pretender to
tho tlnojio of Morocco The Impersona
tion was distinctly burlotpiiy aprt the
Interpreter uiuusetl t lie crowd 'consld
trably. A few days later, whpn,the
man wont outside tho walls of the cliy
to visit a friend, ho Wns seized and
iarrlod off to the pretender's camp.
There" ho was tried, condemned aim
executed by being blown from tho
mouth of u c'innon.
rnlltiro of Ilia liver to
Alter bllo from tin,
nnd pass it into tho In
tcntJnca. v.Iilto it aid
iMfrontlon and keeps thu bwoU roiriil.ir. trlveti
rl."o to lillloiunosi.
nnd rnimtlpnllon nnd
also loadii toilUeuoiiot
nil tlio vnrl:uf 1
Itii nti f ti n J
Hy their dltact nnd comhlnoil action on tho
Hvit ind kidney J)r. A. W. Clinoo'ri Ktdner
Liter I'lll'i i j.itlvil- mid thoroughly euro all
(Uc.iscs of tlieso 11Uoi1ii' organs. v
Dr. A. W. Chase's ,
Ono pill n rtno, "!i rentn n box, nt all dolr
or lie. A. V. ClniM) iMcdlchio Co., llutlalo, N. Y.
Vor sale 111 Mnilon, Ohio, by Flock'
"I liavo anffril wltli rUn for t1ilrty-al Torn.
(n ynar nun lunt Ap-ll I liccmi luklni; C'icrtt
forconKlliMlton. In tint couraom wek t nollea
tliu ptlnj litcmi In illitHp.uar nnd at Iho and of atx
liftvu doiiowotntra fortnij. I mn Anllr?iy(.urclnnft
kk may tun uo( irnutiio me ai an.
tnnv ,1 1,1 not trnulilo ma nt all. CaNcarala
iuui iiuoa now uiau.
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ri'mnnt, l'nlft (iti1av I'ntnnt, Tt Onod. Do floed.
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nlil In linllc 'rim norm 1 111 tablet atarapad OUO,
(JuaruntoM to cilia or onr money buck. j?
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