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.CITY AND COUNTY
From Wednesday's Daily.
Geo. Punteney Is in the Sisters
J. W. Sullivan, the well
stocktnau. ip in town.
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9. 0. Fern & Co., MMKHm
T. H. Xewkirk, who is superintend
ent of a mine near Wiokenburg,
brought his family from Los Angeles
to Prescott recently to reside. They
are domiciled at the residence of Mrs.
E. I. Roberts on Pleasant street. Mr.
Xewkirk left last evening for Wioken
burg. II. .M. Maus of P. Mohn &Co., went
ui to lrou King today to prepare the
body of the late Louis Wagner for
shipment to California. Wagner was
I killed last week bv falline down a
shaft of Douglas, Lacey & Co. in
which he was working. The remains
will le shipped tomorrow or Friday.
Tbe A. O. U. W. installed the fol-
C Lund, n ell known druggist of lowing officers last evening: Master
Pbenix. is spending h fee days in Workman, E. R. Jenkins; foreman,
Prescott. F. H. Covey: overseer, Archie Ander-
The Pheui hoard of trade is agitat- M 11 ; iuside watchman, C.W. Bennett;
hig the building of a union depot in recorder, o. M. Uotsou. One new ,
that city overseer was installed and a good
meeting was held.
after a few days' visit iu
Lund, a business man
is a Prescott visitor.
M . B. Hazeltine returned tliis
Horning from bis visit to Pheuix.
Mrs. Williams, wife of City Assessor
Frank Williams, is reported quite
Mrs. Ilermau Voge left this morn
ing for California to spend her sum
Robert Perriu.tbe well known Coco
nino stock man. left for his home at
Williams this morning.
Postmaster Campbell of Jerome has
received a letter from Montana aksing
if he knows the whereabouts of Rieh-
J. A. Conleeleft today lor a trip Lj Burgess, lat, of Buttei Montana.
through the southern part of tbe hnTeesa wa8 in Jerorne sometime ago.
county ou mining business. Aay person knowing his present ad-
Ed Walker and ttim Bode Marr. dress will confer a favor by sending
POHLE & PARHFLEE
1627 Champa St . Denver. Colo.
ASSAV ERS and CHEMISTS
Send for Price and Free Sample Sacks.
both of Verde valley, were married at
Downey, California. June 16, 1903.
R. E. Morrison is expected home
from his Alaska trip tomorrow or next
day. He arrived in Seattle last Sun
day. When the Maricopa couuty supervis-
1 ors checked up the office of their
! county treasurer tbey found ?74. -I
M. A. Bailey, Meadvilie,
A new five cents edition of the
New York Illustrated News printed
iu two colors and with many other
features has just been published.
Arthur T. Lumley. the former edit
or, will have charge of this sporting
and theatrical weekly. Special atten
tion will be given to boxing and pic
General Manager lieu Blauchard
was in from the Iron King mine to-
E. E. BURLINGAME & Co
Established :i. o..rdo, I NO. Sample by mail
or exprear receive prompt and careful at tent lor
Concentration Tests l""wre2f"5Ctl
-l ITttK Iwr-nn ttlML lSN"VKR. i'OI
Do Yoti Enjoy
What You Eat ?
You can eat wh;-.tev?r ar c whenever you
like tf you take KodoL By the use of this
remedy disorderea c:gestion ar.d c;seasec
stomachs are so co::-.pie;eiy restored to
health, and the fu'.l performanso of their
runcuons naiura.iy, inai sucn ioccs as wouio
He one Into a loau
without even a "rub
tive pleasure a
transformed into the kind of nutriment that
as Is appropriated by tbe Mood and tissues.
Kodoi is ce cr.ly digestar.t or combinatiOF
of digestanW that will digest all classes of
food. In addition to this fact, it contains. Ir.
assimilative form, the greatest known tonic
and reconstructiv- prcrtrties.
Henry Gohrman of Kirkland was
' brought into the hospital yesterday
i suffering with a very severe attack of
Geo. Beck has sold out his Vienna
. bakery to Jesperseu A' Newberger, and
i will engage iu the chicken business
i on a large scale.
H. M. Hamilton, of San Francisco,
who has leen spending a few days iu . W. S. Parker has returned from an
Prescott on a business trip, left this I outing of several weeks on the coast.
morning for Williams. He. with bis wife and children, viait-
: ed 'at al ina. Long Beach, Los An
j geles. San Diego and other coast re-
si its. He reports a most enjovable
time fishing, lowing and swimming.
Mrs. Parker and tbe children will re-
Territorial Auditor W. R Nichols
was a passenger on this morning's
north bound train.
Major B. W. Leavell. adjutant gen
eral of the territory.came up from the
south this morning.
Governor A. O. Brodie is a Prescott
visitor, coming up ou tbis morning's
train from Phenlx.
Roll of Honor for June, 1900s of the
Episcopal Sunday school : Edith
iatfield. Lily Moser, Robert Guimer.
Mrs. J. W. Akers left this morning
for a trip to California iu which she
will combine business with pleasure.
Mrs. J. W. WTilson and her little
girl left tbis morning for an outing
of several weeks at Coronado tent
Charles F. Goddard came up from
Wiokenburg this morning where he
has been engaged in mining for some
Thomas Anderson and Mrs. Flora
Moffatt, of Walnut creek, were mar
ried July 3. by Probate Judge C. P.
Tbe weather bureau promises north
ern Arizona some rain showers tomor
row. It is sincerely hoped that its
prediction will come true.
Mrs. G. H. Smith, of Pheuix. ar
rived in Prescott this morning for "a
with Mr. and
Those who I
ire gaining flesh
y regular trsat-
should continue the treatment
In hot weather; smaller dose
anda little cool milk with It will
do away with any objection
which Is attached to fatty pro
ducts during the heated
Srnrl tor free m;ile.
SCOTT BOWNE. Chamfers.
40.7-415 Pearl Street. New York,
coc. and f i oo ; all druggists.
seuger on this morning's train from
Mrs. J. H. Darrah arrived iu Pres
cott a few days since to join her hus
Symptoms of rain seem to be in
creasing each day but it has failed to
rain so far.
Senator W. A. Clark sailed from
New York July 8 for Europe to be ab
sent two months.
M. C. Conboy, representing a
wholesale drug bouse, left this morn
ing for Needles.
District Attorney E. S. Clark left
this morning for a brief business trip
to Los Angeles.
Mrs. Thus. Smith and little daughter
will leave tomorrow for the coast to
spend a couple of months.
Mrs. H. D. Forest, who has been in
Prescott for the past two weeks, left
for her home at Poland this afternoon.
stocks of gents' clothing and furnish
ings ever brought to tbis section. He
will visit Chicago, New York, Phila
delphia, Boston, Baltimore and other
cities and does not expect to return
to Prescott before the first of Septem
ber. P. L. Kidd, of Tucson, has just
opened up a new business in Prescott.
The name of the new Arm is the Pres
cott Hat and Cleaning Work6, and is
located at 218 West Ourley street, in
the room recently occupied by the
Bab market Mr. Kidd comes from
Tucson where he has an etsablishmeut
of the same kind. The Tucsou Cit
izen, in speaking of bis departure
from that city for Prescott says: "P.
L. Kidd of the Elite Cleaning and
Hat Works will leave for Prescott this
evening to establish a like business
there. He will continue in business
here. ' '
News reaches the city of a sad event
at Mesilla Park Friday, when Probate
Judge A. J. Fountain, formerly of
this city, and the first city attorney
of El Paso, accidentally mistook his
son for a burglar and shot him. Tbe
wound was not fatal, however, and the
young man will recover, so the ad
vices state. Several years ago Judge
Fountain's father and son mysterious
ly disappeared in New Mexico, and
were believed to have been murdered
by cattle thieves, as the elder Foun
tain was armed with evidence that
would have sent up a number of them,
being at that time district attorney
for Dona Ana county. El Paso Herald.
Defense of Women.
Marconi Wireless Tele
day. He reports tbe new mill having j VU3,t ot a niontn or two
got started up now in good shape. Mrs. Harry Brisley.
The cyaniding plant has not started up
pat owiug to the tanks having stood
for some weeks and it will take sev
eral days to get them soaked up tight
so they will not leak.
Among the names of the winning
drilleis at the recent contest was F.
H. Gormau. It should have read F.
Ed Shumate entertained a small
party of friends at Granite Dells last
night with bowling, boating and bil-
Goveruor A. O. Brodie returned to
rneuix last, evening, ne came to , Can wompU as a 0ia88 tnlk too
Prescott to have a conference with his
Bert Tilton reports an activa de
mand tbis summer for bicycles. He
has just rerceived a shipment of a
dozen new wheels.
liards and an elegant dinner.
JL J. Brooks, of the Baunie mine,
left this morning for Los Angeles.
ou a business trip, expecting to he
absent about three mouths.
B. H. Weaver purchased a tine span
of horses today for bis express and
transfer business. Tbe animals weigh
ed 1580 pounds each.
Pat O'Donuell was held under 1000 ; Mrs. J A. King has been quite
bonds to answer to the grand jury on ; sick, threatened with typhoid fever,
a charge of assault at his examination since her return from California but
yesterday. The bonds were promptly improving now.
The Mexican who was examined
yesterday before Probate Judge C. P.
Hicks was adjudged insane. He has
main there a few weeks longer.
The new Presbyteriau church
bow-knot are eater,
ne" and with a posi-
d 'r merit. And what Is
oods are assimilated and
already served a term
in the asylum
S. S. Walstrum has returned from
his trip to San Jacinto. California,
bringing back his little sou with him.
Mrs. Walstrum is improving in health
at San Jacinto.
Miss Hattie Miller, who was re-
Kodol cures indigestion, dyspepsia and all I cently married, in Los Angeles, to
isorders arising thererrom. Ima : . . .t ,
fiuffo ntfUHii, is lue uuupmtn oi lur.
! and Mrs. S. C. Miller, of Prescott, a
very bright and popular young lady.
Mrs. E. H. Darrow and daughter,
Miss Maggie, mother and sister of
Howard Darrow, of the B. -B. Co. 's
1 store, arrived from Pheuix recently
and will spend the summer iu Pres-
Kodol Digests What Yon Eat
Makes the S'ornach Sweet.
Bottlaa only. Rep;:, rater.! 1.00. h dine 2H timet
the Mai sue. ;is (or 50 cants.
Prepared by E. C. OeWiTT & CO.. Ohicaco, 111.
Corbin 4 Bork. and Brisley Drug Co
Standard remej ior Gleet,
fcWjiiwu. ana nunr.inas f umy 1
IK 48 HOURS. Orrs Kki- imUt J
nr 3ii Bladder TrouMcs.
" H t r i-.-.iT-vn
p- i tii .trri.u a,.
r t :.y tr(! .itr.:i
Standard remey ior Gleet.
Goncrrhxa ana nunr.!.--gs ff Mtnv 1
in 1 ic ' " '
PjB T cot
Nothing has ever equalled it
Nothing can ever surpass it
r AOVSt l: ! (ON prf-.
For All Throat and
Money back if it fails. Tr.al Bottles free.
prumi'tly ol'taiu 1
at an aa asaae s aai mm
I n aaacc B 7
t Send model, akeaca or pliot
freer -n on rt-ntabilitv
r now 10 &er
bm- nt it
la a Drib That Will
inn nuii'- it xou.
. . a t.e Miittinl Lltcrarr fcfa-
orifa. TJ.relnnt.'.hlneel-e like it
c.vcalni t nothing t.-jftn aiid ih
'srtv v -vflflrtU. MKM T"ti to
n rM tcalH.t.iuakrai.'t nrteal
i .-.it i.ricps. U ftt-evare tv-
U onvrs fMcolnnhI.s at. t vii.rt
mi iiihTn. It matntMii cul
vcitsf..r Itrimemlvr. In sui.1ti.n.
ir . 'iretttenl.eiM mataele entl
t f. i nees of Mcii--!: tpti.1 nn1 ln-
-In kll VOTT
;XOF TiliSii BLVUITS FOB XL-
T,cr-rv-rhlr' 1 Or.T).-11nrfor
i all at-ove, a- '1 may n Kb.
cue v ; ait. three nocthi tf you
.id e. : tour Par lick. If
p ca (J fft.-l j o: fir ttrer
i will ff I i It. Vef ba.at !n
cr t . trtir ilara 111 t'
ftatlML ti't Tf T"u are wlva wtm will
r: f i: erviia. rli!D Trlth tb
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: rrn; . k v mi mc
Apabe ludiaub are uow beiuK em
ployed on tbe grade of the CkonaJ
Kiug road. Forty are employed at
present aud a large number more will
be given employment. They are said
j to be good w orkers.
At the last meeting of the L'nited
Modems the tcillon'iug officers were
I elect! for th uext term : ChHiicellor,
Frank Lowe; regent, Mrs. Stepau:
orator, Mrs. T. L. Harris; ret-order
and financier. R K Jenkius.
John O. Eckel of Phenix has com
menced a damage suit agalnt bis
brother, William L. Ekel. for the re
covery of S2100, growing out of the ;
abduction of tbe daughter of tbe j
! plaintiff, Hetta Kckel. fifteen years j
lohn Hal nirook, a bhiokru ith :it the
' milroad grading camp ou the t'rowu- j
ed King railroad, died a few days (
j since. He was formerly in the United :
i States army, having been stationed!
at Whipple, a member of Captain 1
A wedding will take place in Pres- j
cott tomorrow which will unite two
if the best Mexican families iu Ari-
zona. The groom will le .)oe M. j
' Confreres, a well known cattle man
of this county, and the bride will be:
Seuorita IMHua O. Allaniirauo. of,
David Fitiuie aud wile, who have
been running the boanMaj house at ;
'the Liou mine, near (.'berry, have
: given up tbe boitrdiug house aud are
visit iug in iYescott for a few days, j
They are thinking some of returning :
to their ranch iu California.
J. C. Remington, the well taMHra
aud popular salesmau with J. W. Wil- I
son. has taken tbe lease on the Wilsou '
lodging bouse aud will lie pleased to
furnish accommodations to all of his
frieuds who may desire nicely fur
The .luuior Christian Fndeavor .-o
ciety of the Cougregatioal church had
a very pleasant social last evening at
tbe jiarsouage. The grounds were il
liiniiiited with Chinese lanterns and
I the little ones had a good time with atl(1 -NIrs- Palmer, a daughter,
games aud refreshments. W. ). Harrell left for Poland this
cently completed at Congress was ded
icated yesterday. Rev. Lapsley A.
McAfee of Pheuix officiating and
preaching the dedication sermon. He
was accompanied from Pbenix by L.
Li. Plank. A new church bell, paid
for by the Presbyteriau congregation
of Phenix as a good will offering, has
been received and is greatly appre
ciated by the Congress congregation.
The Prescott Steam Laundry has
purchased ,). M. Heck's agency of the
Arizona lauudryof Pbeuix. Last week
was a record breaker for the Prescott
laundry in the volume of its business
and tbis week gives promise of ex
ceeding last week. Tbe business is
now pretty well up to the full ca
pacity of the plant, and Mr. Clark
w ill shortly put in a large amount of
additional machinery in order to in
crease facilities for turning ont work.
Miss Alice Butterfield, of Tucson,
is the accredited representative of tbe
university at tbe national educational
anofateoa in Boston. A telegram
from Hostou says that she wears eye
l1:i Bud mit'ht he taken for a Bos
toiiutn. This ie my Hrst, visit and it
i? delightful, she said. "I have not
met any of those ultra conservative
people who are said to be so congeal
ing. Everybody has been kind. My
appointment as delegate from tbe uni
versity of Arizona came as a surprise.
The verdure here impresses me most.
It is a yellow green, while in Arizona
it is blue green. "
S leaking of what newspaper8 do for
community. United States Senator
David Davis, of Illinois, made an ad
lllMU that remains ever fresh iu the
memories of newspaper men. He said :
'Kvery year every local paper gives
from ."rfo to "aMi free reading lines for
the lieueHt of the community in which
he ia located. No otber agency can
or will do (his. Tbe editor, in pro
pert urn to his means, does more for
his town than any other man. iu all
fairness, man with man. He ought to
OS -ii) fluted uot because you like
him but liccause a local paper is the
best investment a person in a com
munity can make. It may uot be
Crowded with great thought, but fin
ancially it is of more benefit than
botfa teacher and preacher. Editors
dti more lot less pay than any men on
earth. Patronize your home paper
uot as a charity but as an investment."
Krom Thursday's Daily.
Ed Litt celebrated his birth
II. J. Allen,
utt today on
of Jerome, is
.lohn Kinney, the well kuown Big
ling mining man. is iu town.
I". M. .Murphy is expected hack
from the east within a week.
liorn. at Whipple. July 4, to Cap-
Fifty Years the Standard
Mrs. Maude Bartlett, private secre
I tary for Manager F. L. Wright, of the
j Prescott Electric company, left for
San Diego this morning for a few
weeks' rest and outing.
Geo. F. Shurtliff, general manager
for tbe Crown King Mines company,
came in from tbe Bradshaw section
last evening and is transacting busi
ness iu Prescott today.
H. L. Garretson came in last even
ing from San Francisco. After a visit
of a day or two in Prescott, ou busi
ness he will continue hu journey to
Sheriff Roberts left last night for
Pbenix having tbe Mexican, who was
adjudged insane, in custody to place
him in the asylum. He returned this
Forest Ranger Leon Kneip's con
dition is considered somewhat im
proved today. He put in a very rest
less day yesterday. He still com
plains of severe pains iu bis head.
Work bas been stopped ou the Pros
perity group of mines which have been
under the management of the Doug
las, Liacey & Co. for several months.
J. W. Jenkins came in from the prop
J. A. Ross arrived from Pasadena
last evening and is a guest at tbe Ho
tel Congress. Mr. Ross is interested
in tbe Dividend Mining company's
properties in tbe McCabe section, and
went out to that place today to look
over the property. .
At tbe recent meeting of the board
of regeats of tbe university Chaplain
Scott, of Phenix, was chosen chan
cellor vice F. S. Finch, resigned. A
selection of a new president was not
made but Prof. Randall, of Pasadena,
seems to be the choice of the board.
At a business meeting of the V. C.
T. U. yesterday afternoon it was de
cided to lease the picnic grounds of
the John Duke ranch and each year
tbis organization will give a picnic
ou July 4. The ladies are to be con
gratulated ou their success in obtain
ing these grounds. Miss Gilchrist of
Pbenix gave a very interesting talk to
During a visit about two year- mj(a
of a number of Prescott people to fos
sil creek Mr. Gentry placed a neckt ie on
a rock where the highly charged water
from alwve would drip on it. A
young man came in from there t eater
sway with the piece of neck wear which
bas a heavy crust of lime formation
all around it, aud has every apiear
ance of a stone necktie.
Mrs. Hubbell, wife of Sheriff Tom
Hubbell, of Albuquerque died on
, Tuesday of spinal meningitis after a
I very brief illness.
Burglars entered E. A. Kastner x
; Co. 's store last night. Entrance was
: effected through the room from the
! rear of the store.
The net proceeds of the Fourth of
i July ball was HiO, which has been di
vided up between the four fire com-
panies. Tbis is a record breaker for
a ball in Prescott.
F. O. Twitty, of Tucson, arrived in
Prescott yesterday and after a day's
visit with his sister, Mrs. Poole, left
tbis morning for Williams to visit bis
Deputy Sheriff Nevin brought in
another Mexican charged with horse
stealing yesterday. He was arrested
at Yaeger Cnayon and the horse was
stolen from Jerome.
Do women as a class talk too much?
What is "too much?" What is the
standard of speech, the exact measure
of permissible talk that never slops
over into loquacity? If women talk
too much, who talks just enough?
Not the men. To be sure, there are
Great Fortunes Await Those Who
Invest in the New System
When Alexander Graham Bell pat
ented and perfected bis telephone tbe
skeptics were loud in their derision of
the "toy." Nevertheless, Bell found
believers, and those believers were
rewarded for their faith by immense
fortunes. Gardner G. Hubbard, the
father-in-law and faithful friend of
Bell, was the man who risked the
most and gained the greatest rewards
in backing Bell and tbe telebpone
uutil it reached the stage where the
public no longer derided the instru
ment as a plaything, but clamored for
it as a necessity. In tbe Marconi
wireless telegraph there is a parallel
of history. Just now in the formative
and constructive period there are
doubters and skeptics, but there are
some faithful friends, and it is these
frieuds and faithful ones who are go
ing to reap the fortunes that are
fouud to follow tbe general adoption
of the wireless system. Tbe great ad
vantage of tbis system over that using
wires Mini cables is its extremely low
initial cost, which relieves the com
pany operating it of a large burden of
interest, taxes and depreciation, thus
increasing its earning capacity many
To be tin. d out from hard work or bodily
exercise is natural and rest il the remedy, but
there is an exhaustion without physical exer
tion and a tired, never-rested feeling a weari
ness without work that is unnatural and shows
some serious disorder is threatening the health
that "Ahvavs tired, never-rtsted condition" is impure blood and bad circu
lation. (Jnlesfl the body is nourished with rich, pure blood there is lack of
nervous lorce. tne mus
cles become weak, the di
gestion impaired, and
general disorder occurs
throughout the system
Debiiitv. insomnia, ner
dyspepsia, loss of appetite, strength and energy, and the hundreds of little
ailments weoiien nave areaue aireciiy to a Dan con
dition of the blood and circulation, and tbe quickest
way to get rid of them is by purifying and building
rp the blood, and for this purpose no remedy equals
S S. S , which contains the best ingredients for
dcaasinc the blood and toning up the system It is a vegetable blood purifier
and toniccombined. that enriches the blood, and through it the entire system
a nourished and relreshing sleep comes to the tired, never-rested, body.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, 64.
One of the chief causes of
For over four rears I suffered with arneral debility.
causing a thorough breaking down of my system. My
cousin, who bad been benefited by B. 8. 8., told me
about it I tried it and it cured me. I heartily re
commend 8 S. 8. to all who may (eel the need of
thoroughly good blood tome. Youre truly,
MRS. JOSl a. BHITTAIN
44 W. Ninth St., Columbia, Tenn.
R. A. TALBOT
Paints, Oils and Wall Paper a Specialty
Always the Cheapest and Best.
Cut rates on all Wagon and Carriage Painting for the next
sixty days. Come in early and avoid tbe rush.
402 West Gurley Street, Prescott Arizona.
great silent meu. but the mass of men fold.
is as garrulous as a guinea fowl. Tbe
old principle of sex taboo still holds
Those who are investing in tbe stock
of the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Co.
good iu so far as men most habitually j of America today are the ones who are
associate with and talk to men. women
with women. There are no exact fig
ures or records to be obtained and
few phonographs to appeal to on the
subject : but we are confident that tbe
Prescott National Bank
talk output of the men as a class ex
ceeds that of the women. Not content
with the everlasting dribble and bab
ble of their private hours, men inflict
themselves upon the public and yell
from the stump, tbe platform and any
where else where they can get a hear
ing. Most of the public oratory comes
certain to wiu fortunes by the future Capital Paid in Sioo.ooo
increase in value of those stocks, as Shareholders Responsibility $100,000
well as through the dividends earned Surplus and Proiits $52,500
and paid in tbe interim. Bell Tele- I V M Murphy. President: R. N Fredericks. Cashier : I
ohone stock increased in value from i Morria "old water, Vice-President; W. C. Brandon. Assistant Cashier.
share to be worth over $100oL UfclNbKAL BAINKIINU BLiliNbbS, I KAINiAC I fcD
win Safe Deposit Boxes and Silver Chests For Rent on Reasonable Terms.
Electric Phone. 0 Sunset long Distance sol.
?l per share to be worth over
per share, aud so Marconi stocks
very likely increase from $4, the pres
ent price, to over 81000 within a few
years. Thus SeK) invested now may be
come 320,000 within a decade. It is
by wise investments such as these that
the great fortunes of the big million-
from the breeches wearers. From the j aires have been made. The Vander
J. M. Melendrez, editor of
sajero, accompanied by his
In Prescott for all kinds oi M ACHINE
WORK. Let mt know your wants.
Mine and Miil Machinery a specialty.
Special repair ajjen: lor National Cash
Register:, and Burroughs Adding Machine:-
0 sts1 M
2fl7W. iiurlry Street.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
Highest Tests U. S. Gov't Chemists
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.. CHICAGO.
family arrived in Prescott thie morn
ing to attend the wedding tbis ew-u-ing
of Jose M. Contreras of Prescott
and Miss Delfina Altamirauo of Phe
nix. The groom, who as heretofore
stated, iu these columns, is a promin
ent cattleman of this county, is a
brother of Mrs. Melendrez. Mr. and
Mrs. Melendrez were former residents
of Prescott. The bride is one of the
charming twin daughters of Renor Al
tamirauo of Pbenix.
Kos Tanaka. the well known rasAejar
aut man, has purchased the Koopel
Cellar Restaurant and will hereafter
conduct that place as well ;is the Pres
cott Hotel dining room. Mr. Tanaka
came to Prescott several years ago aud
started ut in the restauraut business
iu a very humble mauuer, but by
hard work and close attention to bus
iness be has bulit up a larue business
in bis line and now conducts two of
the popular restnurauts of th" city.
Chamberlain aud Make made a uew
world's record at Douglas on tin
Fourth of July iu the drilling con
test. The records made iu the double
handed coutests showed that Cham
berlain and Make had made U 11 33
inches, Koss aud Malley came next
with t:i ")- inches. Mclver and John
son came third with 42 Tarr
Brothers only drilled PJ minute-, but
made H H inches. Hm sMMM to
l)e some question, however, as to
whether the record made by Chaiulier
laiu aud Make will tie accepted as a
world's record or not, as it was not
performed in the regulation (iuniii
sou grauite. which has been used
heretofore. 11 was, however, perform
ed in hard naiire granite which from
the records made by all teams uppears
to lie abmit the ;lll' as the iiinni-nii
A telephone message
last night stating that Jacob Merchant
a resident of Wagoner. 55 years old,
bad committed suicide by blowing
himself up with giant powder.
Kdward Jruiisfold, general agent for
ew Mexico and Arizona of tbe
Equitable Life Assurance company,
left on last light's train for Phenix
after a few days' visit in Prescott on
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Cruice went up
to Ash Fork on today's train to meet
tbe letter's mother and sister, Mrs.
J. R. Holloway and Mrs. T. M. Rich
ardson, of Oklahoma City, who will
spend several weeks visiting in Pres
cott. Mrs. N. O. Murphy arrived iu Pres
cott a few days since and will spend
the summer here. She has about re
covered from the injuries received in
a train wreck, a month ago at Dodge
City, Kansas. She has apartments at
Mrs. J. L. Fisher"s.
The remains of the late Louis Wag
ner, who was killed in a mine acci
dent recently, were shipped to San
Francisco today by P. Mohn & Co.
R. C Ackley, a friend of the family.
came to Prescott and accompanied the
remains to the above city.
During the recent strike at Moreuet
the presence of the Arizona militia
111 that place affected the young men
oi tbe camp with the military fever
and they have organized a cavalry
company at that place. They will be
mustered into service next week.
The Journal-Miner job ottice has
bees turning out scads of tine work,
but there is always room for more, so
if you have some job work which you
want done iu the latest and most ap
proved styles and at living rates,
briug it to the Journal-Miner.
Mr. and Mrs. tL R. Hewitt left on
this morning's train after a few days'
visit iu Prescott with the latter's
brother and his wife Mr. and Mrs.
Poole. Mr. Hewitt is connected with
the advertising department of tbe Big
Four system, and resides in Cincin
nati. A. J. Head has commenced the pre
liminary work towards the removal of
bis frame building adjoining the post
office. The building will be moved
to a lot ou north Montezuma street.
One of the uufortuuate features con
nected with this removal is the nec
essary destruction of four fine shade
trees iu front of the residence.
senate to tbe humlest little district
school where the village sage makes
"a few remarks to tbe children."
where are you safe from the ineradi
cable instinct of man to rejoice in bis
own voice? You take an ocean voyage
for rest, aud Mr. Depew is sure to be
aboard and on his legs.
As to ordinary talk, think of this
act, fatal to male pretentions of sup
eriority. Most men "talk shop"
drearily and interminably. They
have the curiosity of their arboreal
ancestor. They love goasip as a
hawk loves chickens. And yet tbey
suppose themselves to be reticent and
was received i speak with indulgent superiority of
the chatter of the other sex. So Car
lyle "the stormy sophist with his
I bilts in railroads, the Goulds in tele
I graphs and railroads, the Mackays in
cables, the Rockefellers in Standard
Oil, tbe Hubbards in telephones. The
man who bas a few hundred dollars
laid away to invest and who has the
intelligence to grasp a tieeting oppor
tunity will be tbe one to seize tbe
Marconi offering aud make his for-
"The Weekly Marconigram" is the
name of a periodical devoted to tbe
new wireless system, aud its publish
ers, Messrs. Munroe A Munroe, H-irO
Exchange Place. New York, announce
that it will be sent free to all who
apply for it.
Tbis firm is known as an aggressive,
enterprising combination of brilliant
The Bank of Arizona
THE OLDEST BANK IN ARIZONA
Incorporated in i877.
Paid Up Capital $ 5M
Surplus and Undivided Profits $ 90.000
Average Deposits 5750,000
Hueo Richards. President : M B Hazeltine. Cashier :
E. w. Wells. Vice-President: C. A. Peter. Assistant Cashier .
Bank of California San Francisco
Laidlaw Co - New York
First National Bank Chic a g
We maintain a fully equipped Bmnch Bank at Jerome and solicit yourfbusiness
mouth of thunder," celebrated the j young financiers who have a success-
eternal silence in thirty odd octavo
volumes. Aud Thomas was a sage,
just about as sage as the rest of us.
With the highest respect to Mrs.
Coulter, we are compelled to deny
categorically her theory that women
talk too much. They don't talk near
ly as much as meu. They usually
talk a great many diameters better than
the men. New York Sun.
A New Map Published.
The Journal-Miner is in receipt of a
circular from tbe interior department
at Washington announcing that a wall
map of the United States, prepared
under tbe direction of tbe commis
sioner of the land office, has been is
sued for sale by the department. In
addition to usual map features cn
ful career behind them as a guarantee
of their future. They have agreed to
keep the Marconi company supplied
with working capital until tbe system
is thoroughly established and in full
commercial operation. They have is
sued a handsome booklet, "Marconi
Wireless," giving full particulars
concerning Marconi and his system,
with :t2 illustrations in half tone,
which tbey send free to persons likely
to become interested as stockholders
in the company.
Mr. George H. Munroe, New York
manager of tbe firm, says: "We are
soliciting the investment of small
amounts in Marconi securities for the
reasou that we believe that tbe Amer
ican people will welcome tbe estab
lishment of tbis competing system.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
The Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskeys!
fl-A Ful! Lin nt wives AN M iM'.ARS for the General Trade.
Dealer In W. J, I.EMKS Brewing Company's Draught and Bottled Beer.
North Side of Plaza.
Scopel Cellar Restaurant.
Under Scopel Building, Corner Montezuma and Goodwin Sts.
Everything New and First -Class. Private
Ladies and Families.
WHENEVER YOU TA.NT
aud because we know that areat nro-
mis are snown rue several acquisitions will accrue to the investor from
of territory upon this continent by the deTelopment o( this marVelous
the government of tbo United States, I t a ,.nmmnili TV,,
by clearly defined boundaries, as de
termined by the latest investigations,
all mliitary, naval, Indian, forest aud
timber reservations, private land
claims, and the location of United
States land offices and offices of the
United States surveyors general.
Along its lower border are maps of
Cuba, Porto Kico, Pine island, tbe
Hawaiian Group, Guam, the Philip
pines and the Tutuila group of the
Samoan islands. Tbis map is about
tijre by seven feet in size, mounted
on muslin aud attached to rollers
ready for immediate use. for 80 cents
In addition to tbe above map the
department also announces that it
bas maps of a number of tbe different
states and territories separately which
can be had for tive cents each.
The remaius of James McKlhauey
was found ou the desert northwest of
Peoria on Wednesday. McKlhauey
left the Kelief mine last March aud
had never been heard of afterwards
uutil his dessicated remains were
found as stated above. He was about
."4 years old. a miner by occupation,
and had DO known relatives in Ari
zona. A horse lielouging to Hubert Brow,
while bsstag driven in a buggy with
another horse last evening kicked
himself loose from his environments
and ran to northeast Prescott. thence
moth on Mt. Yernoii street over the
til and iiriiuud iu Iruut of K. K.
Muiltaon residence, where he was
laseaossd by the .lourual-.Miner carrier
aud returned to Mr. brow. In his
mad race he ran into a barlied wire
fence aud cut one leg pretty badly.
The buguy was badly wrecked bv the
horse in his frantic efforts to get di
voreed from it.
The jewerly firm of Geo. H. Cook
& Co. has just received a lot of the
finest souvenir spoons that have ever
beeu brought to this sectiou. The
spoons are made of the famous ster
ling silver and the design i most ap
propriate for the city and especially
tbis county. On the front of the
spoon at tbe top of the handle is an
old placer miner at work with his
sluice bo.x patieutly taking out the
precious yellow metal from the sand
anil gravel along the creek bed. This
picture was made from a photograph
that was taken of one of the old Has
sayampa placer miners along tiroom
creek. The balance of the front of
tbe handle is haudsomely decorated
with pick, shovel, cable, ore bucket,
etc., while the txiwl of the spoon rep
resents a miner at work in a tunnel.
The back of the spoon cotitaius the
words "Prescott. Arizona. " anil across
the top is a picture of an Indian on
his pony and the head of the ever
patient burro decorates the handle
further down. As an Arizona souv
euir this would be hard to lieat.
b. exceptional tu lilid ;
I 111" HI e.
compnay has, already, over a quarter
of a million dollars invested in sta
tions aud apparatus in the United
States, but it will require at least as
much more before the business can be
established upon a highly profitable
basis. Once that is done the value of
Marconi securities must necessarily
advance very rapidly, and those who
buy now will in tbe course of a few
years find themselves iu possession of
securities equally as profitable as
Telephone. Western Union and Com
mercial Cable have heretofore been.
If anybody wants to know more about
tbe oport unities tbis system offers,
let him write to us. :,t II o Exchange
Place, aud we will lie glad to gire
St. Louis Big Hotel.
The largest hotel ever erected for an
exposition will lie within the World's
Pair grouuds at St. Louis. A con
tract has beet, signed for the con
struction of this mammoth building,
the rates iu which will lie controlled
by the exposition. Hoonis will be
divided into four classes, according
to size, uot less than jl0 room.- of each
class. The rates will lie on the Eu
ru'iean plan, for each person, 1,$1.j0,
-4 and s. per day. The latter
prices will coiuinaud very large rooms
with baths. Meals will be served to
such of the guests as desire them at
tbe following prices: breakfast and
noon iiincneou. . cents each, even
ing dinner, T." cents. The hotel man
agemeut will collect from each guest
.V) cents each day to cover the price of
admission to the exposition grounds.
The hotel will lie made larger than
now contemplated if tbe advance
bookings of guests shall wararut.
merchandise or Mining Supplies
Remember tbe Old Established House
The 0. K. STORE
Staple and Fancy Groceries. A Foil Stock of Ilea's Firnisaiof tootls
Always on Hand. All floods Fresh and Lp-To-Date.
JOSEPH DOUGHERTY, Proprietor
SAM LEE'S RESTAURANT
Cor. Montezuma and Goodwin Streets.
First-Class ileal 25c And Upwards
We Serve all the Delicacies the Harket Afford
at All Hours. Day and Night.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.'S
Gasoline and .Steam Hoists, Air Compressors, Portable
and Stationery Boilers. Etc.
From Friday's Daily.
Dr. O. L. lieer came up from
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Uev. McAfee of IMienix. was a
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by having Dr. KiBsT'i New Life
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; by their great work iu stomach and
j lievr troubles. Tbey not only relieve
; you. but cure. iV, at all druggists.
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