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THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1897.
R.-.U. Cdlcniiui ciitiKt hi last ovt'iiliiy
from Wu'ntit, in Coconino ootitity.
wlier lio has charge of t tic unnitii'ei-'
log work of tlia Sniitii l-'o I'neilic's still
ago dam. I'rt'seott Jourual-Miut-i.
It has bi't'if said, mid wis "eneralh
believed, that Montezuma's well hi llie
Northern iwitf, the 'lYrrilpry wax
bottomles.", but seveYiil scientists1 from
the Smithsonian Institute made careful
sotuidliigs of thu entire body of water,
ami the greatest depth was eighty
You may limit tho world over and
you will not find another medicine.
equal to Chamberlain's colli;, clinlt-rit
, aud dinrrhoen 'remedy lor bowel com
plaiuts. U Is pleasant, safe, mid re
liable. For sale by D. J. IJraiineiiV
drag store. . ' l-a jv;
A cave-in in tho Mammoth mini) at
Goldlield occurred Inst week.; burying
James Stevens, a miner. Ho U sup
posed to lw alive, and work; is going on
night and day to rescito him. Every
man in the employ of tha conipttuy'iK
at work, and as soon as onu .man,' Is
tired another nt oneo. takes hi placv
Owing to the nature of the. ground
every foot lias to by drilled and lfm
bered and only about len feet, can btf
made in a day. Stevens sigiials'"nt in
tervals that he is still alive. ' ( r J1
S.inla Ke P.ielliu oflk-iiits .have hail
under, coiuideriilltititfoiyM.iiio time tlie
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aon'A Canyon, four inllo
construction oi n steei '" ''f;n,uk by the pilot of the engine a-.d
iiuir mnn- iiom ahii'i,.,,...!.. hii..,i. He..,i ,. ! khIi'sMmim ii
Fmk, and have practically decided ti
make I be experiment. The iuvenini
of tho dam it an engineer iiamctl II .In
bridgowho will probably superintend
its erection when finallydecidedlo con
struct h.v Tlie'inlvniitage? claimed ''for
it is economy Mn .l(s.4ci;nsriictioii,yis
well as durability. A disadvantage i.s
probably leakage," caused Ijy uxpansiilii
arid"' clmtractioii. 'it is thought that
this trtoiblt) can bh obriatetl, however.
by Mr. llainbritlgu's patent.
IMirtllp Lishiey, a Dahe, convicted
by tlie Untied Stales court for killiug
Joint Saunders, a.Untted States soldier,
at Huiiclitica n year ago, was hanged
at Tucson Friday. Hit displayed re
moykablo nerve. Ho uskVtl for a"Jllk
hat to wear instead of tlie black cap at
tho ;exee.uthm. He mado .jocular re
marks, danced a jig on the seitlTold
and jti'stbefori) thu drop fell 1m crled;
'Let lier go. Gallagher!" Ills neck
was broken ami lie diet! without a
quiver. Lashloy's crime was Ihe mur
der of Private John Saunders at Fort
Huachuoa on April 13. 1896. Saunders
was also a colored tilau ,aud belonged I
to thu same troop. '1'bt! killing look
place, on the "ciftleeriiVl ine'li .lUe ger
vatitV qtiaitci'9' of thb'Wsidence of
Captain Dodgo citntmaiitlliig the post.
The motive of the murder was jeal
ousy, caused by the charms of Mrs.
Maggio Jennings, a rjanJt. ju tlie
family of Captain Dodge, and thu .wife
of another colored soldier. Lashley
had been supplanted In the nffecilons
of Mrrf. Jennings by Saunders. Lashr
ley made threats against his rival, but
they wero believed to be meaningless.
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On sthe night of the murder Lash ley
and Saunders mot in, the servants'
quarters. Lnshtey was lying on abed,
moody and quarrelsome. The smiles
of Mrs.- Jennings were showered on
Saunders, Finally she asked him tu
accompany her on a visit to her
mother, to whom she was goiug to
lake 'some ico cream. Lashley com
from the bed, muttering and was or
dered out of llm quarters by Mrs. Juii
nlngs. Tlion lie drew a revolver am
pointing at Saunders, exclaimed:
Yo' time is come!" lie fired, tin
"hot taking'elTect "in Sniinders' righ
.mm, A second shot caught him Ii
the left arm, The third and fatal ore
penetrated his breast, imshI to lit,
back ami was curiously deflected
ibut it entered bis heart from tin
other side. He died instantly.
Messrs. W. (, Recti and V. C
Vaughn, two wealthy jotingmen wh
linyo sojourned in llm 'alluy at Inter
vals for (he past' two jeiirs, tetunied
Friday from a trip overland to th
Grand Canyon.-; having, been gon
about two months. The young men
having sern tho various sights of iit
turest In tlio Territory, iind wishing
fur new scenes ami adventures. depar
ed hist night for Japan, from which
otiiitiy tlmy will circlu the globe.
Tin) young men had' several iixi;lHn
adventures while in the Northern pari
of tho Territory, nlid on more than one
iiCi:ih1mii IiiiiI ti'il-i'iiur nmu.d Tim
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Wagon in which;, they .wero traveling I
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ift--v viip.-1.uii iii iiitr vrrmiu iniijini nun
Vaughn ,fl forward under thy lllles,
feet anil was suverely klckril. An
oilier time Heed was riding Ills horse
along tlje A, &. I', track and camu to
a cut. U'liilu traveling through the
cut a traiii was heard tumbling in the
ilistaiieo. Tho iiiiiin.il was frightened
at the sound ami jtiuipiug on tho track
refusetl, ..to "move. Recti ctiaxtd atnl
wblppi'djthe horso all to no put pose,
and the train bore tlowu on horse, am!
filler. When tliu tll"llie was a f
yards distant Reed threw himself from
iht'i'Hiiimal'.s iiack and fell alongside
lilt) ll-ac'k "ottt""tpf . harm's way. Tho
Iiurtt watiiiotHKn forltmator.iuil.tvSs'
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a feV bruises lie sustained bj the fail
liioeillx Gao to.
Itenitm Why ("liuniberlulnV colic,
' ciioluruand Dliirrliovii Item
.. 1eayZU the lleit.'J i r
'l.,.,Becatieo it affoi dslilmost instant
relief - In casts of pain in the stomach,
eolio aud cholera morbus. , i -. -'
2. UecatHe it is tlio oiily remedy
that never fails iu tho most seveiu
eases bf dysentery and dianlioea.
3, Hecaitsu it Is tlie only remedy
that will prevent. chronic diarrhoea.
4; Because It is the only remedy
that wjll prevent hillotisciilit;.
,i. Because it jstho, only remedy
that will cure epidemical dyseute'ry.
C. Because it is thti only remedy
ibut can always be'depended upou iu
cases of cholera infantum., ' ,
7. Because it is tho ' most prompt
and most reliable medicine in use for
bowel complaint. '
8. Because it produces no bad re
sults. 9. Because it is -pleasant and safe
10. Because it has saved tho lives
of innro people than any other medi
cine in the world.
The 25. and 60c sizes for sale by D.
J. Bratineu's drug store.
ETcrrbody Bays Bo.
Cascnrets Candy Cathartic, the most won
derful medical discovery of tlio age, pleas
ant and refreshing to the taste, act gently
and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels,
clcanalmr' tho entire stem, dlsfiel colds,
cure beadnolio, (ever, habitual constipation
and biliousness. Pleaso buy and try a box
Of U. C. C. to-dajr; 10, Si, 60 cents, bold and
Guaranteed to cure by all druggists.
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FRANC15C0 - CAL.
'"a - MARK.
With Hood's Sarsapa- Wmt .
rllU,"SalesTalk,"and H J I MM
show that this medi- u dlli
cino baa enjoyed public confidence and
patronage to a greater extent than accord
cd any other proprietary medicine. This
Is simply becaaao it possesses greater
merit and produces greater cures than
any other. It is not whit wo say, but
what Hood's Garsaparllla doei, that te!U,
tho story. Alladv?rttscinent, 0f Hood't
Barsaparllla, lllso Hood's EarsaparilU, It
eelfj aro hone't. Vi'o havo nerer dccelvetJ
the public, and this with its snperlatlvo
medicinal merit, Is why tho peoplo have
abiding confidence in it, and buy
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Almost to the exclusion ot all others. Try It
Prepared jnly by C. 1. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
7.' ' ' 1 1 itTj i ar0 th0 01ly ' I-IIU to talto
HOOd S PlllS with Hood's Barsaparilla.
A I.u frlzeUuliler.
San Fjiancisco. July 10. Vlulinis
of u morbid utiriotily will sooii be
ilvvii an opportunity iifiinlulging their
passions by seeing Theotlnrt) Durraul
t triiiigh tlie metliiini of the uiiliuato
scope. A special order, friiiu the pnsot:
directors Was obtained, ami jester la)
iiioriiiug Durrniil'x father ni mi :tui.
luatoNcopii operator proentcil llieiu-
selves at San Qiieu'iu. Dnrrant. had
rehearsed his part in the morning's
drama and the whole affair was uver
in a short time. Durrani's object in
having these, picture laken is under
stood to bo to. make money Hillliciuut
to defray' "tho expenses of his appeal
now pending - before, ilto Supreme
court of thu .United States.
Thereiis more catarrh in this section
of the count ry" than alt other diseases
put togeth'erj.and until the last few
,tear.s 'was 'Supposed' to be luctirablo
For a great niiinv years doctors pro
iioiiuceil it a, .local ihsense, and' pre
.scrihed ; local" le'medie.s, and by con
stantly, falling to euro with lo.-al iical-
t intu aide.
proven utarrh to bo a
constitutional dist'sse. atnl theref 'ru
requires con.tilliiiinal treattnent.
Hail's Catarrh Guru timnitfactuietl by
F. J, Cheney & (V . Toledo. Ohio, is
(lib 'oiilyetmstftttlhiuiii cure tm thti
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market. 'It istaken iutiTiiallv in doses
frolii.-10iilrops-to a leaspoonfiil, -It
acts ilirt'ctly.on hi! Idood anil mucous
suifayesrof tbo system. : limy offer
ono' hundred dollars for any case it
fails to cure. Send for circulars. nnd
F. J. CllENEV & Co,, Tolcdo.tO.,
Sold by druggists, 75c. l.
Hull's family pills are tlio best. ,'
There am.uow 12 fountains for liu
man beings, 280 large troughs for
horses ami cattle, and 40 small troughs
forsheep and dogs in the streets and
suburbs of London. During a period
of twenty-four hours tho fountains aio
used by. more than 2,500000 person?,
while nY'tho troughs 600,000 'iiorses
quench their thirst.
South Side ,kof
Eailroad. - Track.
IfAtalafS HBLIABLDMAN OR
iffl8BCU WOMAN. ASSURED
ION. IHU BEBUSPAy EVEROF
ERED VOR SVXlUill SEIIVICB
Tho Casn.'WItiiii litjailue, e&tnl Ly'Tons
UrisSew ,Vf,t)t4s. wis!JtJ to"ii!3ii qiirttr
of a.million to lis cucle.t, utrcady tJ. larg.
ekl, ofidUilltKCi',!. tit'iViiij- reaJcr, ponrued
by.any periodical l.i l.icvtoflu.
lOMEET EOH ASSISTANCE IlWi
)BRED. It wishes thoeervlce3 o
mo reliable man cr wommi iri evcx11
.own, vlllano, country 'eilstrict, c
aianufcotunng cptaoualuncnt In over.
tuiu- iiii uiak .i jwjuitca oi,,am
nno,- a rcuabiuty, f carncatneea am'
I70rk. No matter.' on vrhaf .fcths.
,.yoTK you aro cHj;3seauTi5 w;il,,paj
ihk TOMiion, caoahiltty nndire'ci,.
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Blankets, Jewelry, Bows and Arrows; Moqui
Indian Baskets and Plaques; Prehistoric-
Get a Saddle Blanket beforeyou,leaye.. We
" have-the' best, prettiestand largest selection
' in the Southwest."' '" '
Te Largest Bepirtniit
TouristB and Visitors ara alwaya-waloDm'tb our Indian4 Dapartmeht
Our Indian Trading Post..'.Red Lake, Ariz
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