detail of Marcel's death

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 - peti-t'on. CAVE CRZEK NEWS. More Concerning the...
peti-t'on. CAVE CRZEK NEWS. More Concerning the Illness of the Late Marcel Dugas Cave Creek, Ariz., Dec. 31. (Special Correspondence of The Republicans-Sheepmen are becoming worried over the drouth, as they have to keep their herds far out in the mountains and are fearful that when shearing time comes the feed near by will be Insufficient to support them. Sheep shearers are beginning to come in ready to take jobs. Shearing will begin In January. J. D. Houck Is erecting a large dining hall near his store. One who has not been here since two years ago would no longer recognize the vicinity of the roadside spring. The published account of the illness cf the late Marcel Dugas was somewhat in eiror. Near two weeks ago, having been seized with a cold, and symptoms cf heart trouble, and fearing the latter might become acute, he quit his solitary camp on Gold Hill and came to Houck' station to b? near help if needed. Part of the time he spent with Major Gates near Sierra Alta. twelve miles north cf here. Monday' at noon he came to my tent looking very bad, and I Invited him to lie down. But after a few minutes sleep he awoke strangling, and I got him up and to breathing. Against my wish he insisted on getting out into the air and walked to the store, where he spent the afternoon in comparative comfort. The night following it was seen that he was suffering of pneu monia and Mose Houck and another were up all night with him. After the stage left on Tuesday morning he expressed a desire to go to his relatives In Phoenix, and Mr. Houck sent him. as comfortably as could be done. The recital cf his death was correct. But he was not drinking at all except light wine or beer, the barkeeper at Houck's saloon refusing to sell hira or let any one buy whiskey for him, and at his own request he was kept on a moder ate use of wine or beer. Mr. Dugas had for some years been in charge of the rich mining property of Col. Dravo of the quarteermaster's department at Governor's Island, New York harbor. He had adjoining Col. Dravo's, two or more claims of his own, and both are remarkably rich in geld. At times only did he drink to excess. He was a good man and an ernest adherent to the Catholic church, and respected as a just and righteous man; NATIVE. o , Jacksonlr-in club of soeukers included Senator Nwlands of Nevada, David D'Armond of Missouri, Congressman Hitchcock of The occasion was of significance to the Nebraska cause of a reunion of the have foimerly been known and "silver" democrats. o THE OUTLOOK StocKs on Hand Light With - pect of an Boston, Jan. 1. The letin will say Saturday: ket is steady and firm. not beer active, but for the of the year, the sales were the demand since Tuesday ood. Light money has Influence. With any success new heavyweight goods money tltere should be an In the demand early In mills are cairrylng stocks, much less than ning of 1D03. News from foreign bullish. There has been vance at Buenos Ayres ing. Active wools are a higher this week in the Melbourne will be closed 19th. on w hich date the sales also open. Shipments of wool date from December 31, 236.-238,050 pounds against a.t the same date last to date were 279,106,592 313,774,152 pounds for the last year. CATTLE AND Chicago, Jan. 1. 150!) Market steady. steers 5.50W3.7."; poor to 5.00; stockers and feeders cows 1.74tfi4. 25; heifers earners 1.73ff2.40; bulls' 2.50Co6.75. Sheep Receipts 4000. lambs steady. Good to 3.73(f?4.25- fair to choice 4.75: western sheep lambs 4.2.r.'g;6.00; western 6.C0. WEATHER Washington. Jan. 1. New-Mexico: Fair and colder Sunday fair. Arizona Fair Saturday o

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  1. Arizona Republic,
  2. 02 Jan 1904, Sat,
  3. Page 5

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