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THE AIUZONA It 12PUI5LI CAN: MONDAY MORlSnNG, DECEMBER 1, 1902.
MODERN FABLES 5S3SC The Effort to Convsit the Work Horss Into a KUh Stepper Br Geor Add Author of lh Ctrl Proposition. (Copyright, 1902. by 11. II. Russell.) j the bottom of the Gardner shaft. The engineer at this time was hoisting from the GOO foot level, while the bottom was about C70. In lowering from the sur face to the 600, by some means which may never be known, the indication tag came off ef'the cable, and the en gineer. Feeing not tig continued lower ing, every second expecting the 6)0-foot tag to flash up. when all at once he realized that the cage had struck the Dr. Lyon's PERFECT Once there was a plain, unvarnished Yank who made his 'rile in a Scrub Town situated midway between the Oats Belt and the Tall Timber, lie was a large and sandy Mortal with a ftel-trap Jaw and a cold glittering Eye. He made his first Stack a Dollar ii-Law who would not speak to him when anv one was around. Which rerved him right, for he had no Busi- bottom. He knew it meant danger and ness to be in Trade. It was very care- perhaps death to one or more men and less of him not to have Inherited his remarked to the night foreman: "The Stuff. eage has struck the bottom. I hope to Still, it was a great Satisfaction to ' Cod there is no one hurt." Just then Tooth Powder Used by people of refinement for over a Quarter of a century. i him to oe a r.lood Iielative of two Howling Swells who had Tcd'.grees reaching back almost as far as their at a Time on straight Deals but aiier rjebts. awhile he learned a few Things. He Very ortfn he Would take them into organized Stock Companies and then a rack noom and turn them around crawled out after hooking up with the Velvet. Every one called him Mister and treated him with Politeness but, just the same, when he walked into ait "Mhce Building they all wondered what he had come after and there was more or less locking of Safes. It Is only fair 1o remark, on the Side, that he wouldn't take anything which was se curely spiked down and the Grand Jury never bothered him. because he worked under a Contract. The Financier was the high Center Tole of a Bank and a Department Store and several Factories that gave Young People a Start in the World at something like $2.73 per Week. He was accustomed to having all the Subordinates stand on one Foot and tremble whenever he showed up. In fact, he was a very hefty Proposition nil through the Business District. But when he struck the Street leading to his Home he began , to reef Sails and lower all of hi3 Flags. In his own Domicile he did not even play Second Fiddle. He simply trailed along at the fag end of the Parade and carried the Music. The Piercing Eye and the Peremptory Manner that caused all the Bookkeepers to fall off from their High Perches and prostrate themselves had no visible effect on Laura and the Girls. Popsy was a High Guy at the Directors' Meeting but a mighty cheap Souffle at his own Fire side. Any time that his Plans did not coincide with those of the Feminine Bunch, they passed him a back-handed Veto that would cause him to lie quiet for Days at a time. The Financier loved the boundless West, where the Sack Coat abounds and the Cuss-Word Is a common Herit age. Domestic Cigars were good enougn for him and he figured that one good reliable Hired Girl who knew how to cook Steak was all the Help that was needed in any House. But Mother had seen Fifth Avenue in a Dream, and the Girls attended a Boarding School at which nearly every one knew some on; who was Prominent Socially. They had done a lot of Hard Work at the Piano- and taken a side-hold on the French Language and it seemed to them that they were wasting then Time in loitering on the Outskirts ot 'ivilization when they might be up at'. Headquarters cutting more or iess of a (rash. All the Young Men in this Ileub Town wore Derbies with their Lvening Clothes and came to Dances the cage was rung up by the men who wcie working in the other compartment and the Injured men brougnt on top. Mr. Norton was caught in a stoopirg position, the cage striking him on the back of the head, doubling him up. and look them over and recognize V.vi I cutting a severe gash in the back of cold, undeniable Fact that they were cheap at any Price. MORAL: Bur.ker Hill has been Avenged, over and over. , SOFTNESS OF SEALSKIN Is Rivaled by Human Hair Dandruff is Eradicated. Where Sealskin is admired the woi Id over f e r its roftner.s and glossiness; and yet the humrn hair is equally as soft end g'.cssy when healthy: and the ladleal cause of all hair trouble Is dandruff, which is ciiuscd by a p-stifi rous para site that saps the vitality oi the hair at its root. Newhro's Ilerplcide I:? the only preparation that is fatal to the: dandruff germ. Without dandruff no falling hnir. but a luxuriant growth of glossy, roft hair is certain. Scouring the scalp won't cure danirruff. Kill the dandruff germ. Thousands of women owe their beautiful suits of hair to Newhro's Heroic Me. Sold at leading drug rt-ires. Pcnd 1V in stamps for sample to The Ilerpicide Co., Detroit, Mich. his head and Inflicting an ugly bruise on the small of his back, miraculously failing to break the spinal column. Fred Stono was caught In a safer position and got off better. It was a serious knockout for both, with a remarkable escape from instant death. One of the boys being asked about the matter, exonerated the engineer completely, saying that he knew him to be a rober, careful and com peter-1 man. The loss of the tag rendered the accident Inevitable. o - COrcilING SPELL CAl'SED DEATH -t 5 5 J 1 i i i i i i 5 -5 I f 5- 4 I Mines and Minerals c Arizona LIVELY AT 0. D. PLANT And Also at Other Mines in Vicinity of Globe. the The Old Dominion smelt r is the liveliest lace about Globe at the pres ent time. With live furnaces in com mission a large force is requited, and in addition to the smelter crews a number o" men are at work on the big matte pi!e breaking it up, sacking r. nd transferring it to the C. V., G. & N. cars for shipment to the east. On Junr 30 last there was about 4.500.M10 pounds of this matte, averaging 70 per cent copper, and the stock has since been added to. The sale of this matte wi'l net the compmy- a handsome sum. The furnaces are turning out "J00 bars of copper. ?S to 'J'J fine, every twenty- , four hours. The stock pile at the mine is being, drawn upon to keep up th- "Harry Duckwcll, aged 25 years, choked to death early yesterday morn leg at his l.oiiie. in the presence of his wi!e and child. He contracted a slight e c Id a few days rgo and paid but little attertion to it. Yesterday morning he was seized with a fit of coughing whii h continued for some time. His wif - rent for a physician but before he eoul 1 nr rivc, another coughing spell came on and Duckwcll di-d from suffocation. St. Louis C,Pbe-I mociat. Dec. 1, 1001." Ballard's llo.ehound Syrup would have saved him. LF.c. r.Oc and 11.00 at Elvcy & Hu'.elt. druggists. THE CASEY PUOPEUTY. with their White Gloves smelling of t u'' tl ore Ior lne rneuer. net. Gasoline, in addition to which thev , that ,s exhaw',l,1 the or0 win bavs lucked Repose. If they had stopped to I t0 come frrm tl,c min0- nnd a lr- cultivate T?pnns rnt f tvo ,..i,i i torce oi miners win ne nee.ieu to la have landed in the Villa set aside for Paupers. When Laura and the Girls first advo cated pulling up Stakes and doing a tall Hike to the Ea-st, the Producer emitted a Roar that would have fright ened any one except Laura and the Girls. They closed in on him from three Directions and beat down his De fense. When they got through with the living Meal Ticket he was as meek as an English Servant and ready to take orders from any one. So the Caravansary move! away to ward the Rising Sun. At Wilkesbarre. Pennsylvania, the Heavens opened and a Great Light struck down upon them, transforming all except the one who happened to carry the Letter of Credit. Laura and the Girls suddenly forgot that there was any Land west of Pitts- buig and they dropped their B's and got the Kangaroo Walk and began to order their Food in Foreign Languages. After that all that Father had to do was follow along and look Pleasant and dig every few Minutes. Tne outfit stopped at the WaldoiT three days so as to obtain a Residence and after that they Registered as being from New York. Then they threw Papa on a Boat and took him to the Other Side, the Place where Americ ans are so Popular, if you don't care what you say. By paying off the Mortgage they obtained a Suite at a Hotel pat ionized by the Nobility and Gentry and s upported "by People from Iowa. After which they began to present Lette.s of Introduction end try to butt in. Laura and the Girls felt that if only they could eat a Meal once or twice in the groomy Presence of those who had Handles to their Names, they would be ready to fall back and die Happy. They hal some Trouble about getting into the Tall Game on account of their Money. In the States the general Run of People worship the Almighty Dollar but in England they hate the Sight of it. In spite of the Fact that they werj sinfully Rich they succeeded in Elbow ing their way into several Dinners at which It was necessary to put Ice i.i the Claret in order to keep It at the Temperature of the Room. The Finan cier, in his First Part Clothes with an Icc-Cream Weskit, was a Picture that no Artist could painl. His hair would not stay combed and he hardly ever knew what to do with his Hands. Laura and the Girls could forget that they hud ever seen the Missouri River hut not so with old Ready Money. Right at the Table, Fitting opposite the Earl of Hammersmith or the Marquis of Stoke-on-Trent, while Laura and the Girls would be talking about their Country Place and trying to smother the American Accent, the LoOsterlne would come in and te!l about something that happened to him once when he was plowing Corn. Then Laura and the Girls would want to duck right un der the Table and die of Mortification then and there. The only Reason they put up with hiin was that he seemed to be useful when it came to signing Checks. In England they met a great many Nice People. The Financier knew tha: they were Nice because they wore Dark Clothes and seldom Smiled. Then the two shapely Daughters went and married a couple of shelf . worn Titles. The" Financier had the Novel Experi ence of putting up for a Brace of Sons- A gentleman direct from Dos Cabe zos last night stated that the Com monwealth deal for the big Casey prop erties has fallen through. The prop erty was bonded from the Caseys about two years ago by Tom Nyland and P. Scania n. These gentlemen were par ties of limited means and soon found their resources inadequate to the task of developing the property up to their plans. About tnis time Mr. Brockman took a bond from these gentlemen for $60,000. McCourt & Geddis of Tucson contracted to run a 300-foot tunnel at $7.50 per foot, but after driving about ISO feet found they could not make It stick and threw up the job. Where upon Brockman threw up his lease. The first payment was to have been made by the Commonwealth people on the IMh of this month, but it is all off. which is unfortunate for the parties and the district. Mr. Brockman's ao tion is thought by many to be clue to heavy business enterprises in other di rections, more than to any fault with the property. Messrs. Craft, Nyland and Sanlan may yet be able to place the property before their lease and bond expire. Eisbee Review. fl it out. The rrine force is being gradu ally increased. I The new Standard concentrators for the mill being erected by C. C. Claik of the Pinto Creek Mining and Smell ing company, arrived from Los Angeles yesterday and were started for Pinto Creek this morning. , Theodore Crandall, superintending the development of a group of cop per claims on Tor.to for the Confeder ate Mining company, makes a favora ble report of the progress of the work and the ore encountered. L. M. Teal, superintendent of the Pinto Creek Mining and Smelting com pany, has returned from a three woekV visit to St. Joe. Missouri, the head quarters of the company. The officers expressed faith In the value of their Yo Tambien mine, and a determination to continue development wotk vigor ously. The concentrator now being erected on the property will be com pleted about th'j first of the coming year. W. B. Cullom is in from the G reon Valley mining district, where he has been engaged for some time develop ing the Pay Rock mine, on which h and some of his Globe friends have a working bond. The mine is situated about three miles southwest of Pay son, and adjoins the well known Golden Wonder, which in years past was a rood producer. Mr. Cullom has nunk the shaft to a depth of W0 feH and run drifts each way ."0 feet. The vein is inree and a mir feet wide, the pay streak varying from six inches to tlr full width of the vein. Ore tested when the property was bonded milled $."S In gold. Charles M. Clark returned from El Paso Tuesday -night, after an absence of several months. He will now turn his attention to the Clark electrical project for the transmission of power from the upper Salt river to Globe, the construction of which is now assured. Engineer Post and a party of survey ors have been at the river for six weeks surveying the route for the canal and making the final locations. Early next week they will begin the survey of the pole line from the general station on the river to Globe, a distance of about eighteen miles. Complete maps will be made and filed at the depart ment at Washington, a requirement preliminary to securing right of way from the government. It is expected that power will be supplied to all the operating mines In the Glob district, and eventually the line will be extend ed to Troy and other nearby minir camps. o ' A GOOD RECOMMENDATION. perately shot In the leg and taken prisoner. Under any other circum stances his leg could hava been saved, but the Mexicans were not Interested In patching up their enemies. Rather they were inclined to shoct him and make a good Indian of him. He sent for his old employer and told him the whole story, saying that what he most desired was that the Mexicans would cut his leg off so that he could here after remain neutral, beyond the sus picion of the Mexicans whom he did not want to fight, and of no value to his countrymen who made him fight. The railroad man fortunately had influence cgarpgarfc.vw.oii vm, kai jagg extraction has not yet been Invented At the same time it is becoming cheap er every day and a deposit suc h a3 U ! enough to effect this arrangement, ar.d .7 i a . 1 i Ui 1 nt CliA 1 1 T 1 rW rtlltMir tn lie Ya la nnii' rt - 11 , n i llrir..l i available for large operations. This j Indian, deeply grateful to his employer. demonstrates that there is not a metal He was willing to give un one leg for of importance In the commercial world j his life, and had it been necessary but what Is represented county. BIsbee Review. o In Cochise would r.o other one. doubt have, sacrificed the MINING NOTES. A TIMELY SUGGESTION. The water supply for the King of Ari zona mine comes from three wells, each a thousand feet deep. The wells are five miles from the mine and 700 fee: lower, so that the water must be pumped the distance of five miles ami elevated 1,700 feet. The water costs the company one-ter.th of a cent per gallon and aside from labor Is one of the greatest continuous expenses. In oper ating the mine. One great point in favor of all gold ores in this section is that they are free milling without exception, and Amalgamate instantaneously on con tact with the quicksilver. With this point in view the great low grade ledges of gold of the Home company cannot fail to be, with development and sufficient machinery, a second "Home stake." The company has water right on' Eagle river, which insures them plenty of water for any number of stamps. Clifton Copper Era. Joseph Tanner, manager of the Santa Rosa Copper company, managed to find time to visit Clifton this week. He re ports that he has finished the assess ment work on the company's seven teen claims, besides doing a large amount of development work during the past year. He expects to make a shipment of ore to El Paso In a few days which will average about sixty per cent copper.- He has a large amount of concentrating sulphide ore on the dumps of his various claims. Mr. Tanner is greatly encouraged with results of the past year. Clifton Cop per Era. o :6 POUNDS OF GOLD. This is the season of the year when the prudent and careful housewife re plenishes her supply of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It is certain to be needed before the winter is over, and results are much mor prompt and sat isfactory when it is kept at hand ar.d given as soon as the cold is contracted and before it has become settled in the system In almost every instance a se vere cold may be waided off by tak ing this remedy freely as soon as the first indication of the cold appears. There is r.n danger in giving it to chil dren for it contains no harmful sub stance. It Is pleasant to tal: both adults and children like it. Buy it and you will get the best. It always cures. For sale by Elvey &. Hulelt. Druggists. L. D. S. ACADEMY News Items From tha College on the Upper Oi'.a. "I have noticed that the sale on Chambei Iain's Stomach & Liver Tab lets is almost invariably to those who have ence used them," says Mr. J. H. Weber, a prominent druggist of Cas cade, Iowa. What better recommenda tion, could any medicine have than for people to call for it when again in need of such a remedy? Try them them wl-n you feel dull after eating, wh"n you have a bad taste in your mouth, feel bilious, have no appetite or whh troubled with constipation, you are certain to be delighted with the promptthe prompt relief wliic h they afford. For sale by Elvey & Hulett. Druggists. ' Superintendent P. A. Johns of the Henrietta arrived today from that mine, bringing in a bar of gold bullion that weighs twenty-six pounds. It is on exhibition today at George H. Cook's Jewelry store, and is without doubt one of the largest bars to reach this city in recent years. Considering the fact that this mass of gold is but the pro duct of a limited mill run and that the base values of the ore milled are not shown in this bar, it speaks handsome ly for the mine and Its management The Henrietta is also today just being opened up and ic may consistently b; said is in Its early stages of produc tion. The bar today on exhibition is a strong argument in favor of this par titular property and another iiiustra tion of what mining In Yavapai will (accomplish if followed practically and carefully. Journal Miner. o BALLARD'S HO RE HOUND SYRUP. PIANOS For Presents fjggglj If you are thinking: of a Piano as a" present, whv not let it be a Kranic h and Bach? It's a favorito Instrument with us. and one that has never disappointed a customer. It is claimed that, with or.e excep tion. Kranich & I'.ach ara making more parlor Grands than any house in the trade. We are sole selling agents for Stelnway l'ianos and Ceeilian IV ii no I "la vers In all of Southern Cal ifornia and Arizona. Let us h"ar lrcru you. GEO .J. BIRKEL & CO. LOS AMGflES. 345 S. Spr. St. Branch at San Diego ELECTRA M.&M.C0. WICKE.NBURG'S COMING MINE In order to buy a gasoline hoist and .'ucrease our force ior more rapid de velopment, we will offer to local sub scribers a limited amount of treasury stock at 10c a share. You have often read of Electra and its fine ore. It is orly ten miles from Wickenburg by daily stage and easi'.y examined. Miners and prospectors from vic inity are sending in orders for stock. Dc.es this net show confidence in the property and management? Call at our oTce. see ore and late ex pert report by E. J. IVmsall. MCKERSON & WILSON, 15 N. Center St. Phoenix, Ariz. W-LWUgHllgl PHOENIX FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS Machinery, Supplies, Castings, Repairs, tc, rtc. 25 to 33 North Second St. -J - M ALUMINUM IN COCHISE COUNTY. A BARROW ESCAPE Cage Dropped on Two Ken in Gardner Shaft at Bisbee. Tuesday afterrc.on a sturdy miner might have been seen with his trusty arm around a disabled comrade assist ing him to his home on School hill. The injured man was Fred Stone. At the same moment, around a limp form on an operating table at the Copper Queen hospital, skilled surgeons and trained attendants were taking, as it were, an inventory of a fellow mortal's physical Injuries, and applying bandages to the poor, bruised form with kind yet sci entific hands. That man was E. M. Norton. These men were working In Doubtless few people are aware that aluminum clay has been struck In large bodies in the old water Feekins shaft just west of Glance Station, more over, few people ar? aware that It assays 30 per cent in the light, bright metal. Aluminum is gradually creeping into the commercial and mechanical world, being preferable to iron, steel ar.d copper for a multitude of purposes on account of the lightness and the fact that it is little subject to the action of the many elements and properties with whic h it is brought in contact In scientific culinary and other uses. Thj only trouble with the beautiful whltd metal is the cost of production. It ex ists In nature as abundantly perhaps as Iron, but a sufficiently process of Thatcher, Ariz.. Nov. 2d. (Special Ccrrtspor.dcnec of The Republican). Conference of the Mormon c hurch has convened since Saturday, being held i.i Pima, Saturday and Sunday and in Thatcher Monday and Tuesday. Authorities from Salt Lake .City have been with us and have given us a gen eral "raking over." We are having a sign of cold weather at present. If Is a sight to see the srow capped peak of Mount Graham standing high above the clouds and locking down upon the beautiful green grass of the Gila valley. A grand ball will be held in Tirna on the 27th of this month. The Wight man orchestra will furnish the music. It is repc-ted that Clarence Ells worth is doing a very good work in the first budgets of the Sadler-Rouse sys tem of bookkeeping. In drill at rapid addition. Lehi Lar- scn added at the rate o fneaily a hun dred figures per second in the second trial. . The advance I Sp-jnish class h: mak ing rapi'l progress under the direction o Mrs. Lottie Rogers. Frank Wightman is doing a good work in the academy in the Pile oX vocal music. A matinee ar.d banouct was given In the academy la.'t Fiidav evening for the entertainment of th students' ho il cla:'.s for Thanksgiving. There will be no se !ie.,l until Monday because ufter a holiday and dance the students' mir:els wculd not be in a condition te ittend to school duties Friday. STANDARD IRON WORKS General Agents for ' Steam Engines, Boilers, Pumps, Gas and Gasoline Engines. Long distance Phone 571. Phoenix, Ariz. fill. 2E THE jmmeanteiy relieves noarse, croupy cough, oppressed, rattling, rafping and '.Iflieult brea'hlng. Henry C. Stearns, Druggist. ShuUsburg. Wisconsin. writes. May 20. 1301: "I have been roll ing llallard's Horehound Syrup for two years, and have never had a prepara tion that has given better satisfaction. I notice that when I sili a bottle, they corne hack for more. I can honestly recommend it. Z'c, rfk- ami jl.co at El vey & Hulett, Druggists. STORIES OF YAQUI LAND If you desire a gooe1- complexion use Mokl Tea, a pure herb drink. It ac ts on the liver and makes the skin smooth and clear. Cures sick headache. 2octs. and 50 cts. Money refunded if It does not satisfy you. Write to W. H. Hook er & Co., Ilunaio, N. Y. T. F. Hud son Pharmacy. TRAMP KILIER KILLED Mexican Shot a Countryman and Was Killed by an American. How the Indians Are Forced to Frht Agiirst the Army. week The Clifton Connor Era last mentioned that a Mexican was shot j g nf.r Pitt's brli-V VArrl hv nnother Mi'X- if"? ican. and brought to the Clifton pital for treatment, where he die unlay last. Refore dying he stated that the man who shot him was ev Howard A. Miller and wife arrived hire recently from an extended joer ney through Sonora. Mr. Miller is an obse rving man and pic ked un consider able Information regarding the Yao.uis -'ently crazy, as he had never seen him fl :.Iong with other things, while moving before. The stranger approached mm r Mex- ; " n hos- j f ?d Sat- j M i A GREAT TRUTH. How It Has Sread From Home in Ariz na- In every part ot Phoenix; in the honies of the wealthy, in tli; humble abc.de of the man of toj, 't's now a well known fact a great truth that Loan's Kidne-y Pills have brought more comfort ta bac k iche suffereis and cured more sick kidneys than any medicine of menlern times. Road this: Mrs. Ysabcl Moreno, of S7 South Main St., Tucson, Ariz., says: "I suf fered more or lss tvith my kidneys for nearly six years, indicated , by pain through the arms, shoulders, across the small of the b ic k anil down through the loins. I knew it was of a rheu matic tendenc y but what t.) do to stop It was a mystery. During the entire winter of l!t2 I was miserable and con stantly on the outlook for some means to check the tioub'.e. Reading adver tisements abaut people who had been cured by using Doan's Kidney Pills in fluenced me to go to a dru store for a box. I followed up the treatment by using a second and a third when the annoyance ceased. I gave Doan's Kid ney Pl'.ls a thorough tst anel I know from the re-ults obtained that they can be depended upon." For Fale by all dealers. Price COc per box. Foster-Milburn Co., Ruffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the V. S. Remember the name Doan's and take, no other. around the country. Asked about thi recent murder of Sullivan, the minin; operator, four miles from Hermosillo. whose Yaeiu.i driver was- also killed, Mr. Miller said It is the belief of Amer icans that he was murdered by Mexican bar.dits and not by Yaquis. Since then another man was killed in the same section and eight mules 'were stolen. wr. Miner went from Hermosillo to Torres and from there to La Colorado by railroad. From the train th pas sengers saw an Indian hanging to a tree. He hael been dead several elavs and bee n le ft hanging as a. warning to others. He says that when an insur rection c!oes breek out, though, the Mexican officials are needlessly severe. j ney win jjitk up an tne Yaquis, whether hostile or not. and either im prison or kill them as a measure of prevention. He says that in one in stance they killed S3 Yaquis and threw their bodies In an old mining shaft. Lut what teally gives the better Yaquis more trouble than anything else is their own people. When troubl. brfaks out they are between two fires, 'hat he was crazy, though at the time They are immediately under the sus picion of the Mexican officials, and at tho same time they are liable to be im pressed into service against the gov ernment by those of their own race As soon as trouble starts the hostile iSOUTHERN PACIFIC Three 3 3 Three 3 TRANSCONTINENTAL TRAINS ...DAILY... Kast and West Through Maricopa, Season of 1002-3 THE WORLD RENOWNED ffUNSBT LIMITED To Atlanta, Washington, Philadelphia, New Orleans, New York and Boston ...GOLDEN THE NEW STATE LIMITED and asked him if he was a tramp, i stating that it was his business tq kill tramps. The man replied that he was not a tramp, and had work at Clifton. This did not satisfy the tramp killer. who drew his gun and fired the fatal chot, then made his escape. On Friday last a Mexican with a shotgun anel a pistol arrived at Al IJishop's camp in the -Mayflower dis trict, anel asked for something to eat. It was given him. and after dinner he left the house and went to the pasture jR) where there were some horses. Mr. Pishop anel two others followed him. j thinking that he meant to get away with one of the horses. When they 'air.e near the pasture the Mexican ! took a shot at Mr. Bishop. Mr. Bishop ' returned the tire An inepiest was held j after the battP and Mr. Bishop exon erated from all blame. At the inciue: it was developed that the dead Mexi can was the man who fired on the in offensive Mexican at Pitt's brick yard Mr. Bishop stated that Ahe man acted U very queer, anel he now has no doubt he thought he might be a fugitive from justie-e, and was nervous on that ac count remedy for Diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. FOR OVER SIXTY YEARS MRS. 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