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Arizona republican. [volume] (Phoenix, Ariz.) 1890-1930, May 10, 1903, Image 10

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10, 1903
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! Cereals
Milk Bottles
Is shown to its best advantage when clothed with a
Also the best Cream
Quarts and Pints, i
The Sharpies.
124-126 East Washington Street 127-133 East Adams Street
Crushed Oals
The Defendent Tells the Story cf the
Death of Cameron.
Tile t hief event of the trial of Josii'li
Anderson yesterday was the testimony
of the defendant, which occupied most
of the afternoon. The ca.se was re
ruined in the morning with Che re-cult
of Joe liomis, the main witness for the
territory, u hi. had been excused the
veiling bt f ore. His testimony comaitv
ed little that had not been gone uvor
by him on his first appearance on th
stand. It related, to the conduct f the
defendant and Cameron, the man who
was killed, in the evening, just hefo.e
. the shoring. Other witnesses for t"ie
territory were V. J. Seymore. J. Mi
randa and Eva Schoshusen. As they
v. iri not eye-w itnesses and had sen.
little of either Anderson or Cameron
iu the evening before the killing their
evidence ivas not of great interest.
The territory lested before nooiand
sit 1 : Si o'clock the defendant went on
the stand. He denied all the occur -!
dices related by Komig. He had not
been drunk, had not threatened 'ani
eron and had no trouble with him.
His story of the killing was as fo! ,
lows: Some time before Cameron ha-1
been arrested for branding some cattle
belonging to Henry Wills. He had a
preliminary hearing in Phoenix and
was discharged for a lack of evidence.
Wills had not abandoned his attempt
U- r cover the cattle, and Cameron
showed a disposition to make tern:.-,
v It!' hi"?. Wills Mnd .I'npipr n bwi
talked the affair over and had agreed
upon the defendant as arbitrator. This
selection had been made known to Ai:
iififo:i about a week or ten days before
the killing. Cameron was the first :
tell him of it. On the morning of the
day of the shooting the defendant
and Cameron left one of the Anderson
ranches to go to Agua Caliente to se;-
Wills and have the matter settled. They
ar rived at the home of Cameron's fath
er, two - mites .from jVfirua Caliente. in
the afternoon, and, having had dinner,
went t.i a corr.tl where they expected
to' find the cattle and Wills. The d
fendutit said thi-t on three cf the car
tie claimed ljy Oum?ron the brands had
been so plainly evinced, he told Cam
eron he ouU' have ; to .decide against
-him. as to those animals', and he ad
vised him to give th-m up if he could
escape prosecution. Villi- was not at
the corral and th.- defendant and Cam
(pin went to Agua Caliente and stop
ped -at a silor.n. Cameron suggested
an early conference with Wills and An
derson w. to his hot!1? and told hi'n
that Cameron, wanted to see him. They
had a meeting later in t he evening,
and. while there wis no juarrel. noth
ing had been dec ided x upon. In th-'
course of the evening Cameron said li
tie about 1 he arbitration. There were
several d ginks during the night. When
they got ready to go ho, re Wills asked
them, standing in front of a saloon, in
have a drink. Anderson went with him.
but Cameron refused to go and made
Some remar k showing that h ' wis dis
satisfied with the course of Anderson.
Anderson had been riding a horse be
longing to Cameron.' After the remark
by Cameron. Anderson' told him that if
he felt that way about it he would not
rid his horse. 1!e put his saddle on
smother horse and rode away with n
young man by the name of Kobei-t
Cameron had one away, r. - cording to
the testimony -f the witnesses for the
territory, frni!
hour before the
and Lciteh. About ten minute?
from Agua "al!ente. th? withes;
they came rpoi: a man sitting
Cameron rode between Lciteh and An
derson and accused the latter of hav
ing given htm the worst of the cattle
transaction. The defendant said the
manner 'of Cameron was abusive and
threatening. The witness told him to
go his road and he would go hi?. where
upon Cameron sard. "I, have a griev
ance and will settle it right here. H
made a motion as if to draw his gun.
when the witness fired four times ar.d
Cameron tell from his saddlv
The cross-examination was rigi'.
The witness was asked if he had not
told a woman, Mrs. W:rdwell. that he
had killed Cameron because lie was
jealous of his attentions U h?r. The
witness said there had been no conver
sation of the sort: he had never seen
the woman but twice in his life.
District Attorney Mater asked the
witness if he had served a term in th'
He replied that he ha 1
ron imrAMASf
Always Fresh
and Sweet
?tC' r' Vr'SJt&iHZ "ij
fu mm
. -v-ye N-' Vfl 'lMifn- sr
J J!
y Hand-Made Tailored Suit, such as the justly celebrated
Hart, Sliaffrier & Marx
make. We are sole agents for .this .best-of all good
clothing. Our assortment embraces every style and
cloth. Prices are no hiherithah what you have to pay
for the infeiior kind.
h?!f ai hf.nr to
departure .f Anderson
' r id
on a
evidently waiting. When they
up to him. the witness said, h
thought it was Cameron, and. eallinp.
asked. "Is that you. Hilly?" to whkli
Cameron replied. "Yes. by-God, it is."
li anybody is sick
that Miakes it all
iliat vou should come to
served a part of a term for a murder
ous assault, but that he had previously
paid Judge Maker $2"00 for defending
him. '
Other witnesses for the defense were
Henry Wills and H. M. Wills. Their
relation of the cattle transaction and
of the occurrences of 'the evening
agieVd with the story of th" defendant.
The ' prosecution tried to show that
their testimony was Influenced by their
itl-feeling for Cameron.
Leiich. the only eye-witr.ess of th--shooting,
will testify tomorrow.
The court decided not to hold the jury
'Hgether over Sunday, but he caution-d j
the inemb'i'S ..priliist a idscir-s!or; if ti-.'.-1
ase and nkel them t report to thl
ouj t th" :r,.m f rry tr..iu v ho m'.r'. '
try to. open a discussion of the sub-
Some minor business, consist ins of
the setting of motions, was transacted.'
In the damage suit of 11. J. Galpin '
against the Phoenix Street Railway
company, there was an order dismiss'.n,": I
it at the cost of the defendant. A simi
lar ee.se by Daniel OLeary against the;
same. defendant is set for trial tomor
row, j ,
o ;
Foj-the If.-t in ivate board in town
go- to Mrs. Cohn's. 2.". West Monroe ft.
! E. S. Wakelin
I Grocer Co.
Is the Time
To have your Summer
Suits made. We are
here with the goods and
a staff of twelve compe
tent workmen. If we
don't give you up to date
garments you need not
try elsewhere.
Different from what other
stores are showing
If you have hard feet to
fit, bring them to us. We
have an artist who knows
how to fit the foot.
For correct wear for these
hot days, come to us.
25 years in the territory
has taught Us the wants
of thepeople.
Paid by an Arizona Shariif to ths Out
law's Slayer.
ird. city
it your house. fcZj&i Mgi'
the more imriortant . r,v:?-.W iW.ui wm v?TT .XV:
'yVTS'VpOSf :--r,:A '
Of aia mMmm. v
d m-M m ma - - - - -- - - 1
jour Medicines which your doctor pre
scribes. The markets cf tire, world do
i.ot afford any purer drugs ihan we
I'ispense. Ask your doctor. We do not
substitute. "That's why we are busy"
1 very hour of every day.
IJeijiernbcr yen gft what you ask for
at the
Bear's Drug
H.'i'.I. Phoenix. Ariz.
Give us vour mail orders.
.1 -:
The following dispatch to r. I.os An
geb paper from Kakersfleld en May
S credits Arizona with coming to the
front first in the matter of rewards for
the rapture of Outlaw McKinney. The
r eward offered by Governor Mrodie, like
that offered by Governor Mar-dee of Cal
ifornia, was for arrest and ronvietior..
but it is probable Gover nor Miodie, like
the California governor, will waive the
technicality and pay lire reward if the
law will permit hinr to do so. The tele
gram from Makersfied says:
"City marshal Tibhet, the slayer of
Outlaw McKinney. today received u
check for from Sheriff Lovin c'
Mohave coulny, A. T., the amount of
fered by thar offic ial for the capture
of the outlaw, dead or alive. The mon
ey was immediately divided between the
widows of the two officers who died in
the final battle at the josshouse, all
other participants having waived therr.
"The sheriff suggests that a certificate
of the outlaw's death be sent Governor
Mrodie to collect the $'00 offered by the
territory. The matter of the reward of
fered by the governor of California will
rlso be taken up by Sheriff Kelly-
through ths Sheriffs' association, and.
j although this was for arr est and con-
Iction, it is thought that it will be paid
.vithout Question under the circum
stances. All rewards, will also be turn
ed over to the widows of the dead officers.",..
The Artistic
Tailor and Cutter.
41 West Vajhington SI
11 Exclusive Outfitters
for Vlert and Boys,
Real Estate, Insurance,
IC2 West Adams Street.
Standard tKe World Over.
All others are compared to the Columbus. Do not be deceived by similar
name. None genuine unless bearing this name plate. '
Columbus Buggy. Co2
(Tfnk Ewfvnh th (Tift inr M ,
CT- C. D. riRES TO Af.O-
icle Co.
iSole Agents, Oppoite Fire Station. .
mm mm
your attention to
th e enormous
'. .
Dr. tibard
Harvard Mech
cl College, ex
United States Pen-
.a Czamiuzr, nad Leadlnar bpeuiallst in
jhrnic and difficult runes. Blood, okiii,
Cidny, Urinary, Bladder, Private anr
Sexaal difeanes, Seminal weakness wita
txbaiiNted vitality permanently eured. Oau
oers and external growths removed with
out to kntte. The reason of the doctor's
reiiiHrkatiie success is dre 10 hi long expu-ij;
ru-nee and exeeptionsl ability in treating corn-! V
plicateil and intricate disi ase. j j;,
IHt ht.UIAUUN Ul-Uf. H I b D A H LI ; i
as an educated and successful speciL!l
1st is thoroughly tKtabliKhed. liig reliabid-jn
ty, fair dealing, n a 1 1 1 and progrefsivenesi are' Eg
fully aciuowledea. Don't experiment: Sf
make no mistake; set the best treat-1
ment. Ur ilibbard succeeds in cares tlmt
bailie ordinary plivtdciana. Don't fool with 1 !J
electric beltx or trcatmt ut by sample and triHl t 53
nackages. Shun electro-ined a al deviet-s, etc. j(J
Donor indulge in ucli miKleadiog piopo'i- J
tiona. If you do yonr condition will le none t fi
instead of better. I treet eah rase by itfe!f,!3
'ot by a lob lot svstem. I first accurately I J2
know the ikcrmi with all its com plica tionn,
then apply the most effective remedies,
if otrr case be incurable you will be tolU so.
It curable, science, skill and experience)
will insure yonr recovry. I nuke a
specialty of sexual diaeasoa. Tbu K'-'-i-eral
prHCUteiMi- 111 tu li iui'k u.uhIIv tails
He IhcIc s . on. cii!i;ititin 01" faculties anil Is
utterly unable ' accomplish what tbe skill,
ful specialist fan. Blood poison, viih
syphlitic conditions. lirinjiitB with it a 1
that is di-strurlive to the human system,
can be cured without injurious drugs'. V.y
method is that of the best jburopean specisl
iNts. Marked results are seen in a lew dayn
The blood, animal tissues and flesh are
restored. Eruptions, ulcerations, etc., rap--Kly
disappearaDn tiie patient soon feels
like anew man. Danger is ahead if tou
neglectscieDtitlcspecial treaiinrnt. ' Thelo'ng
er you wait the more doubtful your case "be
comes until at last you Income phvsicallv
wrecked. Consultation Free. All medi
cines will b. sent Berordius: to'lircctiom (.ail
or sddrcss ' rr. Hibbard, South Pecorul
avenue, .flibbard Huilding, PhwniXj. Arizona
liour.' 10 10 12, 1 to .'). 6 to 7. '
going away
and need a new
Trunk don t buy any
4f .
mg our Jme.
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