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THE LOCAL NEWS..
OF THE -
CITY AND COUNTY
From Wednesday's Daily.
This has beeu auotber windy day.
J. R." Norton came up from Phenix
! this ruoruiug.
Chas. G. Abbott and wife arrived
last night from Nacozau, Wis.
J. K. Listou is in town from the
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Cook
returned from a visit to Phenix.
Ask G. A. Bray to explain that new
game of solitaire which he has just
i lieeu learning.
Louis Uruss, a resident of Des
Moines. Iowa, is visiting Prescott ou
a pleasure and fight seeing trip.
Otto Liud. an employe at the Bodie
mine, is spending a day or two in the
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.-uk ior over two montiis is atile to he
.Mrs. . .J. Wilseyaud her two chil-
! dreu returned this morniug from aj
visit to rheuix.
A heavy fall of snow is reported to
have occurred in the San Francisco
mountain region last Sunday.
K. C. Webster is now joint agent for
the Phenix and Eastern railroad com
pany, and Grant Brothers, at Mesa.
E. D. Treadwell and wife came in
from the Treadwell smelter last even
ing and returned to Mayer today.
The recent cold snap is reported to
have done jrreat damage to fruit and
other crops in various parts of the
Miss Stella Rodolf, of Sacramento,
;.,- nt M-.- U T I 1 i
I i. o. xxre. ua oeen vet complete, exposition ot tne re-IVnetv-nlne
of evenr v-uit ;r i. f. ., I , . . , , - . ...
"- - .'; mu oi
Dr. R. J. Roper has commenced the
foundation for a new residence jn
Otis addition just east of Mr. Pratt's
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A. S. Bowman, of he Ivainnow Mm-
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r- - . j ..... . .. umvu uTimiuit I
property iu the Bradshaw mountains,
is in town.
J. H. Alexander, a miner from the
Mayer country, is iu the city pur- j
chasing supplies for a prospecting
Frank roster, of the Samuel Hill
Hardware company, has purchased a
lot in Otis addition, and will shortly
commence the erection of a rjdeuee
W. W. Piatt, "son of the editor
of the Colorado Springs, Colorado,
tiazette. left for home this morning
after a visit of several weeks iu Ari
zona. Wni. Bogart.a former proprietor of
the Hoffman bar. left this morning
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iwi 'iiiii i i inn im i', nere ne reioes.
He shinned the ssssaatsskB nf hie AouA '.
brother to New York on Monday.
I'erurv Ishpritt ntile-. Ln.i ' Inn
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saolt and battery. He returned to j
Ash Fork this morning.
V. F St unton superintendent of
" wperuunMieu! oi
the Consolidated M;ues company, at !
Tombstone. came up from the south ;
last night ,.u the special train with F. j
Nogales has her committees all ap-
pointed for a Fourth of July celebra I
tion. Nhat does i'rescott intend to
do about a celebration? It is time to j
make a move now if we will celebrate, i
Harry an Alen returned to Ash
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rorkthis morning. Mrs. an Alen
will remain in Pre.-cott a fev
longer, when she will leave for a
with relatives in Oakland.
F. M. Murphy and
party returned ;
to Prescott by
night arriving here
r.,iruui lucil ll 11' 1
down into ataxic
Mrs. Phillips picture of Thumb j
Butte, and of the California limited
Santa Fe train has beeu boxed ready
for shipment to Chicago to be ph.ccd
in some prominent place, as an adver
The city council were iusecting the i
initial work of the street car company '
this afternoon. They report that the '
ties and some steel are on the ground ;
and the work of laying them will be- j
gin in a day or two. j
A. J. Robert who went to Agua Ca-
I iente RnrilMPfl t hree mmtthfl ain for t lie
benefit of his health has returned. He !
says he received great benefit from
the springs and hi.- health is now ex
P. S. Haguell, who was killed by an
explosion in a tunnel on the Phenix
and Kastern railroad near Florence
recently was well known iu this sec
tion having formerly lieeu foreman ol
a gang ou the Crowned King grade.
The Jerome Miners union has is
sued a warning circular askinu' miners
to keep awav from Shis couulv. The I
circular intimates that trouble is an
ticipated iu the labor market about
June 1 when the eight hour law goes
John Stocks has returned to Pres
cott after a five mouths' absence,
which he spent iu the Republic of
Mexico. After visiting many of the
mining districts iu our neighbor re-
public be has come to the conclusion
Ithat Arizona is a pretty good place to
live and do nusiuess in.
A short time since it looked as
though I'rescott would have au opera
house on every prouiiueut corner in
the town. At present there is not a
ingle opera house looming up and
j present indications are tbat there will
' be a dearth of play houses in Prescott
I next season.
H. A. Suttle. the well known min
ing mail, who is connected with the
Illizoua and Burliugton mining com
panies, arrived from Peoria. Illinois,
last evening in company with Messrs.
H. L. aud C. H. Davey. of Peck Is
land, 111., to look over the proierties
of the aliove companies.
Wm. Nelson left this morning tor
a trip to Maine ou business. He is
not going away "down east" to the
stute bearing that name, but to the
little village of Main i the line of
the Santa Fe road between Williams
Ed. Oale, of Flagstaff, passed
through Prescott this morning en
route home from attending the Orand
Lodge K. of P. at Yuma. He says
that J. P. Dillon, who represented the
Prescott lodge went from Yuma to Los
Senator W. A. Clark left Jerome
this morning for the east. He was
met at Jerome Junction by F. M.
Murphy, who accompanied him to
Ash Fork where they met President
E. P. Ripley by appointment for a
conference on railroad matters.
F. H. McFall and H. Davis are in
this section purchasing horses for the
Hutchison, Kansas, market. They
have bought a uumlier of horses from
John Lawler and others and will go
to Kirklaud this evening to make ar
rangements for shipping them to
P. Mohn ,v company received an
j order today for a casket to be sent to
Kirkland valley this evening for the
burial of Mrs. D. Wolf, whose death
occurred there this morning. Xo par
ticulars concerning her death were ob
tained. The Prescott Hotel has the worst
luck with its front windows of any
bodv iu town. Their latest misfor-
; tune was the breaking of one of their
j piate glasses a day or two ago. Two
boys got into a scrap in front of the
t hotel M 1 1 1 film i f I h.m t Vi r-.j i- u r, , .1 uf
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"7 mn, miius iuc inj.v. ui cuuitr,
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I and hitting the glass, breaking a large
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The many short brilliant examples
i net ion ana poetry tnat are appear-
ing monthly in The Criterion are
gaining a more than ordinary com
mi n. latin, from the reading public.
It is difficult to find short stories
more original in character, or whole
some in tone or excellence. The
preseut number contains ten unus
ually clever pieces of Action.
If you are going to be one of the
many June brides or a bridal attend
ant, and are somewhat in doubt about
any of the fine points of wedding eti
quette, you will be able to enlighten
yourself by referring to the article
under The Observances of Society in
the June Delineator. It is a concise,
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quirement-: oi goon iorm in tnis re-
igard. The duties of all who are con-
cerned are explained, and the infor
; nation is reliable.
; J- K. Truman, superintendent of
j the Climax Mining company's proper-
ties near Quartz mountain, is in town
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today on business. He reports that
; they are getting things in shape to go
to work on the property in a short
time. They have been building a road
and are now hnildinir a rtmn which
will soon be completed. A good sized
force of men will soon be put to work
in the mine and mill.
J. H. Stephens and wife came in
from the Stephens ranch, in William
son valley today, and will return
home tomorrow accompanied by J. Q.
Stephens, who has been in town sev
eral days having an injured foot at
tended to. The foot has recovered
sufficiently so he can wear his shoe
and walk around.
The lueliiiiiuary survey for the
proposed railroad from Congress Junc
tion to couuect with the Santa Fe
railroad in California, has been com
as far as Amboy, California.
and the party of surveyors who have
been running the survev for the nast 1
j j v
r iiimiTris. reMirieo in rresron
Sa,"niay "ipht nW working (
of the cost of build- i
imr t bt road
the lialtimore and Ohio railroad is
t , ,,. . aj n.
sAoot to oubllsh something in the
way of a ,vmHilun of arti(.les writ.
t,n hy the fuuny men of the United
stateg. A mPeting of thotie who have
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been responsible for mothers-in-law
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and o her ancient joks, vv.ll be held
in Baltimore May 22 for tne purpose
01 orgaui.iug an association, xue
Booli of tne Royal Blue for May will
contain articles from these so-called
humorists. Each contributor has
written a storv in his characteristic
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I 5iur rtini 11 in lie ne com milieu u.
photograph and autograph.
The proprietors of the Palace have
! decided that there shall be a good
crossing from Montezuma street to the
court house plaza. For these gentle-
decide on a thing is a sure
sign t bat it w l
11 bo doue. and conse
quently this afternoon a force of men
were put to work on the crossing and
another day or two will see a first
class crossing from the west side.
The orasssBM will be in front of the
Edward Dtiuan. a vouim man abou.
24 years of age. who was shot several
mouths ago. and as a result of his iu-
juries had one of his legs amputated,
died at Mercy hospital this morning,
The accideut occurred last August
near Winslow and he was brought to
(he hospital here about two months
ago. The body was taken in charge
,,v P' Mohu
k Co. and the funeral
will take place tonioriow from the
Catholic church at 10:16 o'clock a.
m. Iecea:sed is said to have been au
estimable young man. He l?aves a
brother and sister to mourn his loss.
There arrived here Tuesday a
of seventeen men from Arizona com-
prising a survey party of the Santa
Fe. They left here
with supplies i
Wednesday for Parker, going overland
by the con ntrv -road. Th, y will run
preliminary line from a point
Parker, connecting with the
which have alreadv leen run from
Congress aud Wickenburg, intersect
ing the main line of the Santa Fe near
Amboy, west of here. The line from
Congress to the Colorado river is
uiuety five miles long and the one
from Wickenburg is 115 with a maxi
mum grade of 1 er cent. It is ex
Iected that the line from the river
crossing to its intersection with the
main line in California will not ex
ceed 1 per cent. Needles Eye.
l-'rom Thursday's Daily.
Yesterday's wind resulted iu blow
ing op a rain storm last night.
Mis. O. H. Tucker left on this
morning"s California excursion for a
stay ol several weeks iu Angeles. She
was accompanied as far as Ash Fork
by Mr. Tucker.
The Memorial servicer- of the (I.
A. K. will lie held at the Marina street
M. E. church next Suuday evening.
May M. The memorial sermon will
lie OT-e:ielieil iiv Kev M tiilibons
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B. J. Ho singer, specia agent of the j
interior department, passed through!
Prescott this morning on his way to I
Needles to look after the interests of I
the government In some timber cases.
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1 lie lien' iiiii .-poii.- ,iii mi,, jikii ,
at Whipple tomorrow beginning at !'
o'clock in the forenoon. There will
be several very interestng events aud
a large number of visitors will un
doubtedly lie present from Prescott.
P. JL Ryan, president of the Ari
Mna Federation of Labor, left this
morning for Denver where he goes as
a delegate from the Walker Miners'
1'niim to the convention of Western
Federation of Miners which meets in
that city on next Monday.
Miss Anne Bell Bailey announces a
recital for Monday evening, June L
This pleasant little lady has always
given her services gratuitously to all
the musical events which have taken
place during her two years' residence
in Prescott and her musicale should
therefore be liberally patronized.
The program, which will be announced
later, will contain some numbers by
the pupils of Miss Bailey, as will as
selections by our representative mu
Joe Campbell has resigned his posi
tion as deputy sheriff under -Mr. Ro
berts and will probably return to Je
rome to reside. Thos. Thompson has
been appointed to till the vacancy and
entered upon his new duties this
morning. Mr. lliomposn has resided
in this county for several years and
having beeu in the saddle a great deal
of the time, being engaged in the
stock business, is familiar with every
nook and crook of the county. He is
also well acquainted with the people
of this section, a qualification which
ought to be of great value in his posi
There was a rumor on the streets
last evening that there had been a
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i strike at the Luited erde mine in
j Jerome. The report proved to be a
; mistake, however. There was a little
difficulty iu the mechanical depart -
meut. embracing the machinists,
moulders, carpenters, bolier makers.
etc.. and a few of the men ciuit on!
their own accord, there being no offl-
cial action, whatever. This trouble
was soon adjusted, and the Journal-
Miner was reliably informed today
that the men were all back at their
old places and everything was moving
along all right.
M. W. Folsom and W. A. Folson,
junior members of the real estate Arm
of Folsom Brothers, of San Diego,
and an assistant arrived in Prescott
last night to advertise San Diego and
San Diego real estate. Their Arm is
advertising extensively throughout
the territory, and is establishing a
clientage among the best people that
will be of great value in the near fu
ture when our citizens begin to rlock
in there for their summer homes or to
invest for the boom that seems to be
en route there already.
Attoreny T. J. Norton, of the S. P.
P. and P., left this morning for Los
Angeles where he will probably re
main the greater part of the time for
the next two or three months. He
goes to take charge of the office of
Captain CL X. Sterry, the attorney
for the Kauta Fe railroad for Cali
fornia, during the absence of the lat
ter, who has been granted a leave of
absence for two months ou accouut of
ill health. The position is a most j
important one and it speaks iu the j
highest terms of the ability of Mr. 1
Norton that he should be selected to I
take charge of the legal interests of i
this corporation during Mr. Sterry's
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aotseoce. .r. .oriou win pay occa
sional visits to Prescott to look after
theinteresls of the road here.
Dr. W. S. Ward, the Held commis-
sioner of the depart meut of mines and
metallurgy of the St. Louis exposi
tiou. who vi-itcd Prescott a few day
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cik". '.:v-eii iiuiil:i n m Irani
from Phenix to Los Angeles and other
Laiiiornia points. iiere lie goes in
' the interest of the mining exhibits
j from that state for the exposition.
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He informed the Journal-Miner todav
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, t he had uw t the govc oo. at Phe-
j -' froIU
territory and that they were en-
thusiastic over the exposition and
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were making preparations for a grand
, tbat Arizoua.s ju tbj(i
1 imtiori Mlit mutter were iroimr tn Imm
the best attention possible and that
the exhibit wmild le a most credit
able one. Mr. Ward will probably
return to this section some time next
fall to complete details in regard to
From Friday's Daily.
valter Hill, tne truit man
Supreme court meets in Pheuiv
Ed Block returned yesterday from
his trip to Albuquerque.
M. J-. Coiiboy, representing
wholesale drug Jinn, is in town.
P. .1 Dniruii leaf! this morniin'
Il,s ",ime ' '"P. -Mexico.
Born, May lrt,to Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Uradley, of Cherry creek, a sou.
Chas. Cauall. the Coconino county
telephone man. came in on last even
J. H. Brown Jt Son report that the
recent cold snap has frozen their as
paragus. H. P. Auewalt returned last evening
from attending a meeting of passenger
agents in San Fraucisco.
The recent cold weather is reported
i n , u.- n iaMMawvM iiuii in , n
rlollli sections of the county.
Wm. F. Lloyd, representing the
youthwest Printers' Supjilv company
of Los Angeles.
in town today.
Four train load
visited the Grand
Is of excursiouist.
Cauvon on Thurs-
J. L. Johnson, the merchant ot
Mayer, is in Prescott today on a busi
J. L. Girooj and family of Jerome
have gone to Los Angeles. Mr. Oir
oux will extend his visit to Mexico.
The June term of the district court
will open a week from next Monday,
ou June 1.
K. E. Morrison returned today
from a visit, to Phenix, on profession
J. C. Herndon returned on this
morning's train from a professional
vii-it to Phenix.
Fred H. Potter . jr.. is now in the
employ of a firm ot accountant
New York City.
Fifteen car loads of freight arrived
ou yesterday's train for Pre.-cott. and
six more on today's train.
Halph Cameron BUM in last even
ing from the (irand Canyon, where
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h. own- :i t rm I troltl toe rim tn UA
CoL A. J. Dorati. returned this,
morning from attending a meeting
of the Arizona managers of the St.
Contractor U. II. Jack returned yes
terday from Camp Verde, where he
has been at work tor some time. His
broken arm has recovered.
(ieo. C. Mc.Murtty, formerly with
the Commercial Trust company, came
up this monring from Phenix. where
he has been visiting for some time.
Ceo. Sebucrman and J. P. Dillon
returned yestir lay from attending the
Qmni Lodge night of Pythias at
Yuma. They came home via Los An
geles. The temperature this morning was
27 degrees above zero or four degrees
below the freezing point. Two days
since the thermometer registered 2i
D. D. McDonald returned last night
from his visit to California loaded
down with cash and trophies from the
recent shoot there. While he was not
"it" he came in second on the list.
Fen. S. Hildreth, register of the
United States land office, yesterday
purchased two lots in Otis addition
near W. S. Pratt's residence and will
shortly commence the erection of a
ressdasMM on them.
W. F. Dermont, president and gen
eral manager of the Saginaw-Manistee
Lumber company, of Williams, left
for the latter place on this morning's
train after a few days spent in Pres
cott on business.
J. W. Sullivan, the cattle man re
turned to his ranch at Seligman yes
terday, from a visit to Kansas looking
after his cattle. He has just sold a
lot of horses to Kansas parties.
H. A. Suttle, accompanied by H. R.
and C. H. Dooley, of Rock Island,
Illinois, left for Los Angeles this
morning. Mr. Suttle will return
here on Monday and remain a few
days before leaving for the east.
J. I- Dougine, the veteran mining
j man 'ornierly in charge of the Sultan
mine' lu the S01 Maria district
! came UP on this morning's train from
a visit to the latter district. Cap
tain Dougine still retains consider
able mining interests in this terri
tory. Shcenck, Tatum & Schenck, real
estate dealers, of Los Angeles, an
nounce the sole right to one of the
most recent and complete maps of Ar
izona iu existence, which maps they
mail free of charge upon receipt of
a postal and a request. Their address
is Laughlin Block, Los Angeles.
Matthew Turk, engineer of the Del
Rio water works, is in town today.
He sura that an nil hnrnor was inatal.
led in the plant two days ago, and
i tHht it is working perfectly satisfac-
torily. By the use of this the pump can
be run with one or two less employ
ees. He says the machinery is in fine
There is an immense passenger ;
traffic westward over the Santa Fe
road at present. Wednesday s west i
oound train lor l,os Angeles was run
in five sections, all of them crowded.
The Cieneral Assembly of the Presby
terian church which meets in Los An
geles is the cause of much of this
I). C Monroe, manager of the Mon
roe Consolidated Mining company,
which is operating the old Kowe prop
erties on l.rnv crpolc rptnrnpd lnct
night from his visit east. He was
accomanied by J. T. Small, a New
York stock broker, and by Prof. L.
C. Bateman of the staff of the Lewis
ton. Maine, Journal, one of the most
and brilliant journalists and
lecturers iu the east.
Mrs. H. H. Barnes, of St. Louis, ar-
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rived in rrescorr last evening and leu
thjs ni()rmng fw WfJ to Tialt
friend.- and will probably remain in
this motion during the summer. Mrs.
Barnes' husband is the proprietor of
a job printing office in St. Louis.
They formerly resided in Tucson.
I where Mr. Barnes was in the employ
j of the Star of that city.
Col. Juan Fenosho and Lieut. Col.
Kosterlitzky of the Mexican army
! were in the city yesterday in confer
jeucewith Senor Pina, the Mexican
consul at this place. The officers are
j here in the interest of Herrara, who is
I under indictment for murder in Pres
cott. and they will use their good
offices to extricate the man from this
present difficulty. The distinguised
gentlemen are well known in Arizona,
and have many friends in this terri
tory who are ever willing to welcome
t hem. Their headquarters are in
Magdalena. Sonora. Phenix Demo
crat. Gilson II. Moore, the attorney from
Findlay. Ohio, who has been spend
ing a couple of weeks in Prescott,
" with his wife, left for his home yes
I terday. During bis stay here Mr.
Moore made many friends, among our
people. He was also very favorably
Impressed with the future outlook for
this section as well as that of the Salt
rivw valley where he spent a number
of mouths. He thinks that the possi
bilities of that portion of Arizona are
simply unbounded, if they succeed in
securing water, as their present pros
pects indicate. Mr. Moore became
-ii much in love with Arizona that he
expects to return here again iu the
fall aud will probably conclude to
take up his permanent residence
either in Phenix or Prescott. He will
find a large number of friends in both
cities to welcome his coming.
I D LET 'EM GO.
If 1 should see a Thomas cat
Eloping with a cow,
1 would not check such tender love,
Because 'twould not be any of
My business anyhow'
Eighteen thousaud people visited
the (Irand Canyon last year and indi
cations are that the number of visit
ors this year will be nearly double
Shylock was the man who
wanted a pound of human
flesh. There are many
in i Shylocks now, the convales
I cent, the consumptive, the
sickly child, the pale young
woman, all want human flesh
and they can get it take
Scott's Emulsion is flesh
and blo;i, bone and muscle.
It feeds the nerves, strengthens
the diotivc organs and they
feed the whole body.
For nearly thirty years
Sivitt's, Emulsion has been the
great giver ot human flesh.
We w ill send you a couple of
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists.
409-i. Peai 3tr .t. New York,
sac, aawi Ji.as all onaasajsssi
Review of the Growth of the City the Past Few
Months What Is Being Done What
Business .Men Say.
There has been some complaint of
late that business has beeu a little
dull in Prescott and some have oven
ventured the assertion that the city
was threatened with a .-et back, from
a business standpoint, or had reached
the limits of its growth. There are
always a few pessimistic individuals for rental purposes,
in every community who think the In regard to the condition of busi
place is bouud to go to the dogs, and ness in the city since the first of Jan
Prescott is no exception to the rule, uary. a number of the leading busi
for a few people have been saying for ness men were questioned and their
the past twenty years that the city own words will indicate what the con
could not grow any more and property i dition has been and wnat they expect
values were bound to decrease In ' in the future.
spite of these predictions the city has A. Blumberg, of the New York
almost doubled during the past three Store, when asked how his business
years and when the cold facts are had been said: "My business since
looked iuto there is an indication that January 1 is fully 20 per cent greater
the growth of the city has only fairly than it has ever been for that period
begun, and that witQiu the next five before. I have been compelled to
years Prescott will be a city of 10,000 add two clerks to my force and can
inhabitants. j say that my business has exceeded
For the benefit of those who think even my expectations and I have every
that the limit of growth has been reason to believe it will continue so. "
reached in Prescott and that business ; M. Gold water A Bro. also reported
is dull, the Journal -Miner will give a that business with them was as good
few of the facts as they actually exist, or a little better this spring than last,
and which can be verified by investi- j H. D. Aitken. secretary of the
gatlon. ; Bashford-Burmister company, one of
Probably there is no greater evi- ! the largest mercantile houses in the
dence of the growth and prosperity southwest, was asked as to the vol-
I of the city than that furnished by the
telephone exchange. Manager Wright,
the Prescott Electric company re-
! Ports an unprecedented demand ior
telephones, the demand being greater tnis year tnan last, and tnat it was
than the preseut supply, and in spite steadily increasing,
of the effort of this company to keep Ueo- H- Cook Jt Co., jewelers, re
up with the demand for phones they Port tbat tneir business has been as
have been unable to do so. During
the past year nearly 200 new phones
have been put in and fully that many
more are expected to be placed in the
I next twelve mouths.
Then comes the testimony from the
postofflee. Postmaster Smith reports
a very marked increase in the busi-
ness of the office during the past year
aud every mouth adds to the volume.
Official reports show a greater per
ceutage of gain in the Prescott post
office than any other postotflce of
any size in the territory.
An inquiry into the amount of bus
iness beiug transacted by the railroad
company brought forth the informa
tion that business was never better,
and tbat the company is constantly
adding to their force of men and
rolling stock in order to handle the
business. One of the employes of the
road, when asked regarding the vol
ume of freight being hauded. said it
did not look like business was falling
off very had, wheu fifteen cars of local
freight bad been received Thursday for
Prescott merchants, seven of whieh
were for one firm, the B. -B Co.
A glance at the latest reports of the
local hanks show the amount of money
ou hand to be greater than ever be- been fully as good and possibly a lit
fore, and as a further evidence of the tie better than last year, notwitb
confidence that is displayed by men standing the fact that there was great
wbo are in touch with the financial er competition in his line,
conditions of the community, Messrs. j So, it will be seen that iu nearly
Hazeltiue and Fredericks, cashiers of 1 every line of business there has been
the Bank of Arizona and Prescott Na- i an increase, and the future outlook is
tional Bank, respectively, have each certainly very encouraging,
only recently completed and occupied
magnificient new residences, the costs I
of which ran up into the thousands
several notches. If these gentlemen
did not know that the future outlook I
for the city was good they would uot
have put ?10,000 or J12.000 each into
Another strong indication of the
growth that is expected of the city is
the fact that men of means and good ,
sound business judgment are making
preparations and in fact have started
the actual work of putting in an
electric street railway system, which
will mean an expenditure of hundreds
of thousands of dollars before its com-
Among the public, improvements
... . . i j
which are now being made and which
are contemplated is the extension of
the water aud sewer systems, for
which our pecple have recently voted
to issue 8100,000 in bonds, and on
which work will soon be commenced.
Also the maguificieut new 340,000
school building which is now uearing
completion, aud which will lie second
to no school building of its size in
the west. In this connection it might !
be mentioned that only a few days i
ago the property owners and tax pay j
ers of the city voted almost unani- j
mously for the establishment of an up i
to date high school.
Work is now progressing nicely on ;
the new pubile library buildiug. This
building will cost iu the ueigbtiorbood
of 99,000 when completed, and will be
a handsome and useful structure.
In the way of private building aud
improvements may lie cited the fol
lowing, which does not indicate that
the improvements are at a standstill
John Uundall is just beginning the
erection of a 910,000 business block
on north Cortez street.
A. Blumberg is excavating for a
spudid business block on north Cor
A. J. Head is just completing the
erection of a three story business
block, the lower story of which is oc
cupied by a wholesale grocery firm
and the two upper stories will be fit
ted up as lodging rooms. Mr. Head
is now in Los Angeles to make ar
rangements for the moving of his res
idence building to Montezuma street
and as soon as that is out of the way
he will put up another large brick
bu.-iness block between the postotflce :
aud his new building. ;
F. M. Murphy is now rushing work.
ou the magnificent new club building
on the corner of Marina autl ourley ,
streets. which means an outlay of ?0000
Kobert Morrison, who ouly last year 1
built one of the finest roidences
houses in the city for bis own home.
is now putting up another maguificeut
residence -property just across Ma-j
rina street from his home. This bouse
will lie a two story double house hav
ing eight rooms ou each side, all
equipped with modern improvements.
(ieo. Tisdale is erecting a splendid
new residence ou Alareoo street.
Mrs. J. L. Fisher is making ar
rangements for the erection of a large
residence building on north Pleasant
Iu the Otis addition there are sev
tsJ urn- houses to lie built right
CITY OF PRESCOTT
away. Among those who will build
homes there being Dr. R J. Roper,
Frank Foster, J. 1. Gardner and Fen
O. F. Tinsler has purchased several
lots on south McCormick street and
will erect a number of small houses
ume of business so far this year a.
compared with the same period of last
year, and be replied that the business
was several thousand dollars heavier
good or better than last year.
Harry Brisley. of the Brisley Drug
Co., was asked in regard to the drug
business and said the business bad
made a decided gain over the same
period of last year and was steadily
At Hotel Burke business was report-
decidedly heavier this year than
last, and constantly growing better.
The firms handling groceries and
mining supplies report a falling off of
business as compared with the first
four mouths of last year, but this is
accounted for from the fact that aev-
.ml , . t' 1 1, m, in i n,r ,.,mi .tii,..- i it I. i
trim m in' iiiiiiiugt wumpauicD ill luir i
section have closed their properties,
many of them for the purpose of in
stalling new machinery and some on
account of the differences with the
unions and the new eight hour law,
but this decrease is only thought to
The meat markets report an increase
Hermann Voge was asked as to the !
wholesale liquor nusiuess, which,
in a country like this is usually about
the first to notice any change in bu.-i i
bad. and he -aid
either for good or j
their business had ;
Death of Good Man.
Word was received here today that
Captain C. X. Sterry. attorney for
the Santa Fe Railroad company, at
Los Angeles, died at his home in tbat
city last night. Captain Sterry had
been ailing for about two months but
was able to attend to his dttties until
a few weeks ago since when he had
been confined to his home. Mr. Nor
ton who was formerly connected with
Captain Sterry's office left yesterday
to take charge of the legal business of
the company, while Captain Sterry
intended to take a trip hoping to ben-
,...,,.,, .. . . ,
1 elit his health, but on the arrival of
iue lormer iu uoa .Augeies ne louuu
that his chief had passed away during
Captain Sterry succeeded the late
W. C. Hazeldine, of Albuquerque,
as general counsel of the Atlantic and
Pacific railroad. When the latter
road was merged into the Santa Fe
and the offices removed to Los At.
Steles, ne moved tnere also, and nad a
magnificent; home just west of West
lake Prk- He was good attorney
an(l ws a generous, warm hearted
man. whom to know was to love. His
death will be deeply mourned and
deplored by a large circle of friends,
He was about sixty years old and
leaves a wife and four children, two
sous and two daughters, the former
being about 24 years and 7 years old
respectively, and the latter "23 and IS
Captain Sterry cme to Albu
querque from Kansas, where he had
an extensive acquaintance and where
he was held in the highest esteem.
The Crescent literary society of the
public schools gave its fourth enter
tainmeut this afternoon the pro
gramme being as follows:
Piano solo Claire Stone.
Drill Brodie Cadets.
Declamation "Jane Jones." Philip
Declamation "Catching the Train
in the Morning," Mamie Davis.
Declamation "My Mother's Fool,"
Song "Good Old Summer Time,"
Clara Logan. Myrtle Keith, Zoe El?t
ner. Mabel Tobey.
Declamation "Hepy's Ambition,"
Declamation "The Best Cow
Danger." Otis Voge.
Readiug "The Cynic
; Declamation "How Ruby Played."
Vocal solo Mrs. Chas. F. Plummer.
Declamation "The Mourning Veil. "
i Current Kvents Auua Myers.
j Current events illustrated Albert
Kearu and Harold KHiott.
Song "Down by the Riverside."
Tom Coleman. Albert Kearn. Charlie
Hesla, Don Tamlinsou.
Anna Myers, president.
The finest line of chocolates, bon
ions, crystalized fruits in the terri
torv at Shumate A Raible's. 1-IJttf
Scrofuia manifests itself in many ways. Swelling of the glands of thm
ne b an I throat, catarrh, weak eyes, white swelling, offensive sores and ab
I in eruptions, loss of strength and weakness in muscle and joints.
!t is a miserable disease and traceable in almost every instance to some
family blood taint.
Scrofula is bred in the EtTto
. . . 0OOBHkti
ut'ue, i: ... i . .
from parent to child,
the seeds are planted in
infancy ant! unless the
blood is purged and pu
rified and every atom of
the taint removed Scrof
ula is sure to develop at
MM period in your life.
Noremedi i rroals S. S. S. as a
up the blood, makes it rich and
gre;it Blood Remedy, the general
S, S. S. is guar inteed purely vegetable and harmless; an ideal blood
uoves all blood taint and builds up weak constitu
tions. Our physicians will advise without charge, all who write us about
their case. Book mailed free.
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BBS irthi.nd iimde eusy by famous "Chalk Talks" by the Principal.
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Every department under specialists.
Every graduate in a position. Ten ,-?acher8. Largest capacity in the
city. The Bookkeeping is the famous Budget System.
Send for illustrated catalogue.
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"If you want to know what smartly dressed men will wear
this .season, ask to see Stein-Bloch Smart Clothes."
It Is Particularly Important
Stein-Bloch Smart Suits and Spring Overcoats,
$18.00 to $25.00
We sell other makes tor 58, $10, 512 and $15 per suit.
One Price Cash Clothier.
PRESCOTT, .... ARIZONA.
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If vou are not satisfii I with
Jor hoist just jiive us a trial order
I Famous Viscoline Oil
I for which wo :trc sob atrents. Once you mm this oil you will use no
-other, for it goes twice as Iu and gives better satisfaction than any
Mother oil on the market.
We ;ire sole agents for the celebrated Wm. Bennett Sons & Co.'.
I imported KtiL'lish Safety Fuse. It costs a little more than other
i fus. , hut what is Una compared with the time you save in the ac
i curate tiriii-r qualities and the saving of many misfires and mud
loss of life.
We Carry a Complete Line of All Mining Supplies.
4 We can also furnish your Boarding House with supplies to better
4 MsYtdstega than our competitors.
1 R. Ha Burmister & Sons Co.,
Wholesale and kVtai! Dealers in General Merchandise.
Pioneer Insurance Agents
Martindell, Home & Co.,
removed to the Wilson Rlock. Corner Montezuma
and Gurley, Opposite Hotel Burke.
Offer for sale the Pentlaud property, 100x150
feet, corner Gttrlev and Pleasant streets.
1 Scrofula, appeared on the head of my
randonUd when only IB montna
old. and spread rapidly over her body.
Th dlsaaae next attacked the eyes and
we feared she would lose her aia-ht. la
inent physicians were eonaulted, bat
eoald do nothing to relieve the little in
nocent. It was then that we decided to
try 8. 8. S. That medicine at onoa made
a a eedy and aomplete cur. She ia now
a yoana- lady, and has never had a alg-n
or ths dlssaae to return.
8 alius, Kan.
cure for Scrofula
It cleanses and build
pure, and under the tonic effects of this
health improves, the digestive organs are
strengthened, and there is a gradual but snre return
to health. The deposit of tubercular matter in the
joints and glands is carried off as soon as the blood
is restored to a normal condition, and the sores, erup
tions, and other symptoms of Scrofula disappear.
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PHCNES J Jt
tbat the men, who wish to be
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look for the clothes that bear
wbii Ii represents'the highest at
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We si 11 these clothes because
thi are identical in cut, fabri' ,
workmanship and tit with the
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Stein-Bloch Smart Clothes
are all tailored-by-hand by the
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the largest custom - tailoring
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Other ready-to-wear clothes
may cost a little less, but it will
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more and get clothes of unusual
quality, fully guaranteed the
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for sme of the '
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