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SMifS & ST.- JOÍÜSS jaERÁJüJj.
1 . , -S 'Vi".'. .1 '-Al 1 Area of drainage basin, 5,756 square miles. Area of reservoir, 14,000 acres. Capacity of reservoir, 1,450,000 acre feet. Estimated cost, $2,700,000. the first instance since my coñfp.i nection. witn tne ciaim ciepart ment of the road that any other than a full blooded animal of great value has been killed by our line , and I enclose $100 as damages The Tonto Basin War. ; The Globe Silver Belt announ ces the death of Ed Tewksbiiry, . in Globe. Deceased was the last surviving, member of the Tewks biiry family, who was engaged in the deadly feud with the tern ham fainilv in Tonto basin . " , , one foot deep, several vears aero, and in which from start no finish between thirty and forty people were ii i While it was called the TewksJ; attempted break is1 reported at ' agreement whereby no transpor-" 4 i i c i 1 . e 'tne territorial prison, i en tation was to be furnished shio-bury-Graham feud, the two fam- ; . ,4 ; tatiun was lu u íumisncu aij cunvicLs. ieu uy l nicc-r uikciu ; pers on their return home. This An acre foot means enough ; and a reward for your honesty, water to cover an acre of ground j and I would humbly ask your photo to be framed and placed in Attempted Prison Break. my office." Some time ago all the railroads As we go to press (9 a. m.), an ! jn tlie COUntry entered into an ilies were only a small percentage of the number actualhr engaged : Jack," who was leader in the 3Cheme did not meet with favor ; cf r 1 lrQ trnnnlpc nr MnrptiPi u Q-' .1 1- i 4.1 in the conflict. The Tewksbury ! " '. " among mc saiypeih, Lurocqueuuv family en gaged in the conflict i saulted Superintendent Griffith : the railroads decided to abandon consisted of the father and four ' ad Assistant Superintendent the agreement. The Santa Fe ma. C i.i.i.. wilder in tne omce or tne latter. ;s amontr the. first to issue an or- let Ltd VVtlC I . a I i he superintendent was cut der for return passes on all ship- slight across the hand, but Mr. ments from this section. ttit?i--i rt. i : j ta.i. ted" ... mi i vviiaer is senousiy muireu. jdulii rrVl . , .-,r r- i n i ot hostilities. There were oniy ! J J ; This week wilf find the sheep , r 4., : would have been killed in short , rA1 , . , two or probably three ot the, shearing on Clear Creek complet- . i -11 j i order had not the prison butcher, , , , r , , , , Grahams. One was killed by , , , , ed and most of the wool ready I JLUVH., 1 UM1CU LU LUC 1C5VUC. r 1 ' j tt. j , r .' , , . . . for shipment. Vandewort, of Wilders injuries are not so , , t , , . , , , t t , , : Boston, bought the entire lot serious as at nrst reported, xsuciv, Sons. l wo or tne killed, and the father and one son died shortly after the close m officers while attempting to arrest him. Another was shot' and killed in the Salt river valley while driving along a public highway. Several parties who took an active part in the deadly conflict which raged for two or three years are still alive, and are now as peaceable and abiding as any citizen of territory. Journal-Miner. the prison butcher, who so brave ly defended the officers, it is thought will die. His action without doubt saved the life of the Superintendent. If he should live he certainly is entitlled to a l I pardon. Several of the convicts engaged in the break are in the law including that sold by Hart, Bly, Saw3T.er, Perkins and Noble, and . Warick and Vincen. 20,000 head were sheared either at uiear Creek or at Winslow, and the wool amounted to about 160000 pounds. Winslow Mail. Tonto Dam Whipple Barracks is under- hospital, some of them badly a thorough renovation and hwounded; one with his throat ; rebuilding and when completed ' it . fit r i 'r ..j . cut, barely missing the iugular win oe one or tne nnest, it nor The Tonto dam and reservoir,! . J , . ' a 1 iu--4. f, t-u- tiua vem,the work ot the prison butch- Lllc aia 111 tiAV- "vL i fji ...in? jn er, who slashed the convicts ates. wver one minion uouars as he was in the act of stabbing . are to be expended. The build-, the superintendent. Yuma Sen- : ins are to be built of white sand .nel í stone and brick and will present, a-e-a ! a beautiful appearance.' A iNebraska tanner nad a cow on which work is now being pros ecuted with vigor, will store water sufficient no irrigate 200,000 acres of land in the Salt River Valley. It will be second only to the great Assouan dam in Egypt and will be an engineer-I killed by the cars a short time Quick Arrest. ing feat ot note. Here'are some I since and wrote to the railroad; J. A. Gulledge ot Vervena., of the figures connected with it: j company asking slight remunerar Ala. was twice in the hospitai' Height from lowest founda- I tive damages, adding: "Thirty from a severe case of piles caus tion, 285 feet- Depth to lowest bed rock, feet. Thickness at crest, 18 fet. Thickness at base, 180 feet. Length ol dam ut.levdl spill wuy, 653 feet. dollars will be considered satis-', ing 24 tumors. After doctors 31 factory, as the animal killed was ' and all remedies failed, Buckíen's. ! but a common cow and by no j Arnica Salve quickly arrested; ' means the best in my herd." The ! further inflammation and cured j claim agent of the road promptly jhim. It conquers aches and kills answered the letter and enclosed pa"- 25c. at St, Johns Drug Co., a check for SI 00 saying: "It is DrugF;s,