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CITY IN NEED OF MONEY.
The meeting held in Hotel Burke
yesterday afternoon, from which news
paper men were not only excluded by
Mayor Burke, but who were urged not
to make any mention of the meeting,
was for the purpose of discussing the
question of raising money to extend
the city sewer from its present outlet
to a point further down the creek.
Just why the mayor should have de
sired to keep the meeting, or its ob
jects secret is not apparent, as the ed
itor of the Journal-Miner has been in
formed that the mayor had been re
quested to invite the newspaper rep
resentatives to be present.
It is a mistaken notion on the part
of some people that publio matters
can be kept secret, and whenever such
an attempt is made, the cause sought
to be shielded is injured more by
throwing around it a cloak of secrecy
than if the proceedings were held in
The reason for calling together rep
resentative business men of the town
yesterday was the fact that the present
outlet of the city sewer is located on
the military reservation, and it is nat
urally objected to by the military au
thorities. The city voted an issue of
bonds some time since for the purpose
of extending the sewer to a point
further down the creek. While it is
reported that arrangements have been
made for the sale of the bonds, delays
have occurred in getting them ready
for marketing while the necessity for
extending the sewer has grown rather
The proposition discussed yesterday
was for the business men of the town
to unite in securing some money from
the local banks, for immediate use,
the money thus raised, together with
the interest, to be paid back from the
prooeeds of the sale of the bonds. The
proposition met with favor from those
present and took tangible shape to
wards its immediate accomplishment.
ANALYSIS OF EXPENSES.
If the figures given out in the grand
jury report is correct, and there
seems to be no good reason for disput
ing them, the cost for maintaining
the living indigent of this county and
for the burial of the dead during the
years 1901, 1902 and the first three
quarters of 1903 is, respectively as fol
lows: $11,677.88; $10,495.78 and $12,
077.50. This represents four items,
the cost of maintaining the inmates of
the oounty hospital, our door relief,
county physician and burial of dead.
The hospital alone, runs from $7800
to $10,000 per year, the expenses for
last year according to this report, in
cluding the amount carried over to
this year amounting to $10,027.88.
Deducting this amount from the total
of the first nine months for this year,
and assuming that the average for the
remaining quarter will equal to those
of the first three quarters and it gives
an estimated amount of $8617.56 for
the present year.
The table of expenditures, as pub
lished in Tuesday's issue, should be
cut out by every tax payer, and kept
for future reference, as it will bear a
Opprobrious epithets may be applied
with impunity in Paris to public
officials who are remiss in their du
ties. Recently a man who was tired
of waiting said of a post office clerk :
"What a lobster that man is." The
clerk, who overheard the remark,
sued for damages for libel, won his
case in the court of first instance and
was awarded $2 damages. But upon
appeal to the higher courts the de
cision was reversed and the ruling
was made that it was no libel to re
buke incompetent publio servants,
whether poet office clerks, telephone
girls or car conductors, and designat
ing him as a lobster was considered
in the line of a regular rebuke.
S jnator Lodge's suggestion that the
United States government purchase
St Pierre and Miquelon from France
has become a campaign issue in the
islands during the election of a mem
ber of the chamber of deputies of
Paris. Those who favor the sale of
the islands argue that the inhabitants
would gain greatly by having their
fish entered free of duty in the United
States. The campaign has been heat
ed and several duels have been fought.
The Canadians are urging Great Brit
ain's cooperation in the purchase of
Canada has received persmission
from the imperial government to ap
point a Canadian commander of the
militia. According to the present law
only an officer of the British army
could hold such a position.
Take Laxative DrOITlO ymnme Tablets. J?
Seven MHBori bores sold in past 12 months. Tbift SiSUiature. v2.
THE YELLOW PERIL
Republican national committeemen
are indignant at the exorbitant rates
hotel men propose to charge for the
national republican convention and
threaten to change the place of hold
ing the convention.
Senator Clark claims to be the
largest individual copper producer in
the world. He claims to produce 75,
000,000 pounds out 'fit the 1,000,000,
000 pounds produced in the entire
Major General Wade, commanding
the division of the Philippines, who ;
went to investigate the trouble at Jo-1
lo, reports that General Woods attack
on the Moros was necessary.
Tom Johnson regards his first de
feat as merely "the first battle." He '
is ambitious and wants at least as
many defeats as were administered to
the "Peerless Leader."
A young Frenchman who discovered 1
that his fiancee spent 50,000 francs a
year at her dressmaker's, broke his en
gagement and married the dressmaker.
Tramps throughout the country are
reported as very enthusiastic over the
declaration of a Chicago professor
that bathiuc is injurious to the health,
Mr. Chamberlain is in his sixty sixth
year but there is every indication
that he will live to see England be
come a champion of protection.
The Chicago Colosseum, in which
the republican national convention
will be held next, June, will seat 12,
000. General Wood has proclaimed the
anti-slavery law in the entire Moro
TO MY MOTHER.
1 am sending you a packet, mother,
Back to the dear old home,
It is poor 1 know,
You can hardly guess,
That it's I who left you to roam,
But the eyes are true and tender
The mouth is clean and s'rong
'Gainst liquor and wine,
And words unchaste.
And things you taught
My clothes are rough
No stain on collor or cuff,
I've a steady purpose,
'Gainst gambling and vice,
I'm poor but have enough
To keep my soul from sin mother.
To conquer the battle of life, to hold
When others may fail
In this pitiless battle of strife.
When your old eyes look tenderly on
Let the songs of by gone years
Drift softly through your
To banish disappointment and
For cares and sorrow will
When we are face to face.
1 shall wander a while and then drift
Back to the dear old place.
I shall sit again by the fire, mother,
And watch the patterns grow in the
And the curling smoke,
And the embers softened glow,
We will sing the song you taught me,
You will play the soft prelude.
I will look in your eyes,
You will stroke my hair.
While in this tender mood.
So keep the packet, dear mother,
And hold it just on trust
That I'll come again
When I am tired,
For come I surely must.
The years will fall away, mother,
That's murdered this blessed joy:
Yes, I'll come again and fill the place
1 did when just a boy.
My dreams are often of you, mother,
As you rock in your low easy chair.
I can see the firelight quiver.
Turning to silver your hair.
I can bear you croon in a voice,
Like the gentle falling rain.
1 can see your dear form moving,
Like golden swaying grain.
Yes, I'll wander back again, mother,
Never more to roam,
With a smile on my lips,
A song in my heart.
The song of "home, Sweet home."
Preecott, Ariz., Dec. 24.
WORST OF ALL EXPERIENCES.
Can antbying be worse than to feel
that every minute will be your last?
Such was the experience of Mrs. S. fl.
Xewson, Decatur, Ala. "For three
years." she writes, "I endured in
sufferable pain from indigestion,
stomach and bowel trouble. Death
seemed inevitable when doctors and
all remedies failed. At length I was
induced to try Electric Bitters and
the result was miraculous. It im
proved at once and now I'm complete
ly recovered. For liver, kidney,
stomach and bowel troubles Electric
Bitters is the only medicine. Only ;
50c. Its guaranteed by all druggists.
To Cure a Cold in One
The New Art Calendar.
A reporter on the St. Louis Globe
Democrat thus discourses on the new
One of these days about this time in
December we shall expect people to
begin bringing in magnificent oil
paintings, which, on close inpsection,
will show hidden in one corner a cal
endar for the coming year. Bewildered
as we are now by the rose colored
magnificence that flaunts from its em
bossed front, the calendar of the fo-
i ture will defy one to And out when
comes the Fourth of July in less
than half an hour's search. Maidens
fair with purple hair, or green or
pink, will distract your attention
trom vour purpose. e snould like a
calendar made for business. One that
doesn't persistently remind you of
chewing gum and life insurance. We
ask no picture book or portrait gal
lery, no wealth of lithograph, and the
days of the month modestly hiding
like the violet in one corner, requir
ing a pair of glasses to spy them.
Give us each day our daily day, and
dont ungererously split a square be
tween two davs in order to save half
i n inch of paper on the bottom,
Every dog has his day, and every day
should have his own private compart
nient. mere Bl ould be no upper
berths on this train of the seasons.
Horrible Death of Frank Willis.
A horrible death occurred at the
mining camp of Walker this morning,
the victim being Frank Willis, a
miner. He occupied a small tent
house alone, and went to bed about
eleven o'clock last night apparently
in good health and perfectly sober
About two o'clock a miner by the
name of Joseph Foster discovered that
the tent occupied by Willis was en
veloped in flames. He gave an alarm
and several other persons were soon
on nand but tne building burned so
fiercely and so quickly that it was im
possible to reach Mr. Willis, (who
could be seen lying on his bed appar
ently unconscious. T he body was
taken from the ruins of the building
as soon as it could be reached, but
life was then extinct. It is thought
by those who first saw the horrible
sight that the victim must have been
suffocated into unconsciousness by
the smoke before the flame broke out.
The origin of the lire is unknown.
Deceased was a native of this coun
ty, having been born and raised in the
Verde valley. He has a brother work
ing at McCabe. who was notified of
the awful death and he went imme
diately to Walker.
Justice of the Peace Ross empaneled
a jury and held an inquest, after
which the remains were taken in
charge by P. Mobn & Co., of this city.
The mother of the dead roan was tel
egraphed to in Los Angeles and she
will leave that city tonight arriving
here tomorrow night, after which the
funeral arrangement will be made.
Proposals for the construction of a
brick hospital at Whipple Barracks
were opened by the constructing quar
termaster at three p. m. , December
23, 1903, as follows:
Construction (leorge W. Sines,
Prescott, .Ariz., $33,800: Fifield a
Gallagher, Phenix, Ariz., r?34,433.
Plumbing J. H. Mulrein, Prescott,
Ariz., $1825; Korsymeyer Co., Lin
coln, Xebr., KMBL
Heating John G. Sutton, San Fran
cisco, Cal., $1840: Korsmeyer, Co.,
Lincoln, Nebr., $3674.
(las Piping Korsmeyer Co., Lin
coln, Nebr., $270: J. 11. Mulrein,
Prescott, Ariz., $185.
Electric Wiring H. S. Tittle, San
Francisco, Cal., $840. ; Prescott Elec
tric Co., Prescott, Ariz., $675.
These proposals will be submitted
to Washington for action. Taking the
lowest bids the cost of the building
would be $40,159.
The following is a list of letters re
maining in the postofflce at Prescott,
Arizona, for the week ending Dec.
Blake, R S
Cara, Mr Cora
Fowster, H G
Holmes, F J
Hays, W P
Howe, J B
Brayu, T L
Cox, Fred R
C'orizen, G R
Henry, T W
Johnson, J W
Keen, W M
Mixon. H B
Nelson, X T
Van Luven, J A
j Johnson, Miss J
I Lewis, A B
Mow.e, Rev E H
Wiley, A B
Warren, Mrs M V
1 regoyeu, M
Parties calling for any of the above
letters will please say advertised.
A. L. Smith, postmaster.
Bate does general view iu work, tf
in Two Days.
TWENTY MILLION DOLLARS GOLD
PRODUCED IN TWENTY MILE RADIUS
An Interesting Budget of Mining and General
News From the Desert SectionGen
ipaJ Activity Prevails.
Harrisburg, Ariz., Dec. 21
mining outlook in this section is cer- 1
tainly very flattering and 'he usual !
activity and development that has
been characteristic for the past few
months is still visible- Several prom
inent mining men representing east
ern people have been looking over the
mineral resources and express them
selves as well pleased with what they
Assessment work is being done and
many new locations are being made,
while several old properties are being
The Harqua Hala mines are about
to be again operated and the enor
mous production of the past to be re
peated is a possibility.
The Cash Entry group, north from
the Harqua Hala properties, will be
worked by eastern parties after the
holidays are over. This property i:
situated on the same contact and
dyke.and has many conditions similar
to those of the Bonanza mine and
may reasonably be supposed to de
velop into a big producer. Mr.
Young, of Pittsburg, Pa., is now in
the east and on his return operations
will be begun.
J. W. Ilobbs and Jack Arnold are
working their properties west from
Cunningham Pass,and have some high
Wm. Beckman and Joe Whitehouse
are opening up a fine showing in this
L. B Hogue, owner of the Delia
group, with his expert, paid a visit to
his property last week and will let
contracts for extensive work when he
returns from his home in California
where he has gone to spend the holi
days. Dr. P. F. Youngling, superintend-
ent of the Yellow Bird Gold Mining
company is preparing to work more
men on his properties twenty miles
west from Harrisburg.
The Woods Investment company is
working its Wellington group of thirty
claims and has an exceptional good
showing. Steve Mclntire is their sup
erintendent and knows how to work 11
property to the best advantage.
W. S.Wilson has outfitted and taken
a wagon loaded with supplies to his
properties lying one mile south from
the Yellow Bird. He has a large body
of free milling ore and undoubtedly
will some day rank among the large
producers of the Yellow metal.
O. E. Rumer is working his deaeti
property and repairing his teu stamp
mill, which was destroyed by fire.
He is reputed to have twenty five dol
lar ore in sight sufficient to keep a
An Aerial War Ship.
A telegram from London says that
if the hopes of Dr. F. A. Barton are
fulfilled he will soon rise in and steer
the most wonderful and terrible air
ship in the world.
The monster, which is at once a
balloon and a war ship, is now in a
shed at the Alexandra palace, and it
is Dr. Barton's aim to carry his craft
from the palace around St. Paul's
cathedral and back to its shed again.
The Barton airship is a combination
of a cylindrical balloon with morable
aeroplanes. The latter are fixed on a
frame betweeu the balloon and the
car and depress or raise tho .-hip.
There are thirty of them in three
banks of ten. The balloon is the
largest in existence, being 170 feet
long and 43 feet in diameter, with a
lifting power of 16,450 pounds. It bee
an outer cover and is impervious to
shot. There will be a captain and a
crew of six. Two will be on the mo
tor deck, where they will look alter
the fifty horse power motors and the
aeroplanes. The captain will control
all valves and pressure gauges and
communicate with the crew by tele
graph. Each motor drives two triple
six bladed propellers, three on each
side of the deck, which will make 900
revolutions per minute and drive the
vessel at twenty miles au hour. The
airship, which weighs 10,000 pounds,
is steered by an iiinmo.,- rudder nt
the stern and it is kept on an even
keel, even though the crew walk about
the deck by the pumping of water
from a forward to an aft tauk or vice
Dr. Barton is iu treaty with several
governments, and is asking coHO.UHl 1
for the sole rights or HQs 000 for a
single ship. As a bomb dropping war
vessel it would be a terrible engine of
Account of Killing.
Deputy Sheriff Frank Xevin tele
phoned to the sheriff's oftice this
morning that he would be over this
evening with the Indian who killed a
fellow Indiau named Frog at Cotton
wood on Monday night. He said ib
fight was the result of bad feeling that
had existed for some time between
two tribes of Indians who were "camp
ed near Cottonwood, one tribe being
what is known as the Apache Mohave.
and the other the Tonto Apaches. The
bad feeling was over the medicine
men of the respective tribes. Frog,
who was killed, was the Apache Mo
have medicine man and the slayer,
who goes by the name of Tonto
Charley, was the medicine man of the
I'outo Apaches, and a quarrel aro.-e
between them when Charley shot at
Frog who started to run. Charley
tired two more shots, the last one
striking Frog in the thigh cutting a
large blood vessel and the wounded
man bled to death Pefnre the How-
could be stopped. Charley is said to
nave oeeu consiuereo a Oangerptu
To Create Reserves.
S. J. Holsiuger, who has been
the employ of the government
several mouths in the capacity of
j pert in the forestry bureau, arrived in
: this city yesterday from visit to the
Montezu inn's Well and Montezuma's
Castle. The object 00 his rial I 1 raa
examine these wen n uu uh..mh -
iiud make a report to the government
i mill in continual operation for a long
The Hector group, belonging to
Xewtou Marsh and Johu B. Martin
ba9 an immense ledge of copper-gold
ore. being visible on the surface for
: the entire length of the claims and
assays well in gold and copper. The
survey for the railway crosses this
W. A. Bonduraut and Mr. Curtis
i passed through Harrisburg a few days
i since en route to Quartsite where
they will erect a stamp mill for the
. treatment of ores from the Plomosa
I camp, in which Mr. Bonduraut i9 in
Quartzsite also presents a very pros
perous outlook. Several sales have
lately been consummated and others
are on the tapis.
Merchants say they are buying gold
dust every day which is not surpris
ing when one remembers that over
$20,000,000 have been taken from the
j dry placers, within a radius of
I twenty miles from Quartzsite, some
authorities even place the output at
more than the above figures. Large
bodies of pay gravel are known to ex
ist and will some day be worked when
capital can be found to place ma
chinery on the ground for that pur
pose. The Socorro mine will again begin
operations after the holidays. They
have a large body of ore, good hoist
and equipped with a fine twenty
stamp mill, with an up to date cyan
idiug plant attached, with a large
amount of wood on haud and there
seems no reasonable cause for such a
property to be inoperative.
Dr. O. L. Geer is working his Min
eral Belt property, north of the So
corro, and contemplates the erection
I of mill M (ne wrjter ifl illfornie(1.
The doctor is also doing considerable
work near Micky Dolnn's property, in
Our desert city i- at t - i . i n little
quiet, owing principal ly in the fact
that almost every one is in the hills
doing assessment work. The weather
is fine at this season of the year. So
far we have had but one frost and that
was light. With our climate and
surroundings facilities for home mak
ing in this section is destined to come
! to the front. We have a good school
: well attended, good accommodations
; for travelers who need fear no lack of
comforts. The locality is central
j being surrounded on every side with
j promising mining sections. We have
nine stages every week, a well kept
j supply store and post office, a justice
of the peace and a notary public, in
fact any of the uecesitiesof a thriving
! little town.
as to the advisability of creating a
government park at each one of tbern
and placing a custodian in charge of
them in order to keep visitors from
destroying the pre-historic ruins at
the well and to preserve the castle
which is the finest specimen of the
prehistoric dwellings in the United
States. Mr. Holsiuger informs the
Journal-Miner that he will strongly
I recommend that one section be set
aside as a govenimeut park at Monte
zuma's Well and that two sections be
c :i-ide at Montezuma's Castle, and
that a mieilMlleil be placed iu charge
Several mouths ago Mr. Holsiuger
was requested by the secretary of the
iuterior to make a rep.ort on this mat
ter, but before the report was made he
WW Irenefwi Kill to the department ol
agricutlure end could not finish his
report. A iborl lime ago the secretary
of the interior specially requested the
secretary of agriculture to detail Mr.
Holsiuger to make this report which
was done, and the report" will now be
forwarded to Washington so that a
bill may be drawu up and introduced
at this session of congress in conform
ity with the recommendation.
Attractive Home Wedding.
The marriage of Archie F. Lockhart
and Miss L Marguerite McCoy
took place on the afteruoon of
Wednesday. Decern tier 23, at 4 0
o'clock at the residence ot the bride's
l .'ieni-., in West Prescott, in the pres-
, BOM of a huge circle of relatives and
friends. The ceremony, which united
j the lives of the two young people, as
j their hearts had already been united
I by love. wa performed by Ktv. E. B.
Taft, of the Baptist church
The bride is the only daughter of
Mr. ami Mr.-. J. E. McCoy, and is a
young lady of charming personality,
rare grace and fine accomplishments;
handsome of feature, as well as beau
tiful in character, her very presence
being an inspiration to goodness.
Tho parlor of the residence where
the ceremony was performed was most
beautifully and artistically decorated
for the occasion, the color scheme be
ing greeu and white and the decora
tious consisting of smilax aud aspara
gus vines, evergreens, white carna
tions, narcissus blooms, ami silk rib
bons. A canopy of evergreens trim
med with white silk ribbons was
erected on the east side of the parlor
and beneath which the marriage cere
mony was performed.
In the dining room, where a sump
tuous wedding dinner was served to
the guests, the decorations were of
eveigreeus aud pink ribbons, arranged
in festoons over the table, and de
orndin'.' from t'" chandeliers produc
ing a very beautiful effect.
The groom's hast man was Chester
lioiner. and the bride's maid Mis.
Maud Clark. At the conclusion of the
cere'iiony the couple were the recip
ients of the mosi hearty congratula
tions of the assembled guests as well
as of numerous congratulations from
friends abroad by telegraph.
The groom has been a resident of
Prescott for two or three years, aud
during that time has wou a host of
friends by his genial and affable man
ners, as well ashy the exercise of
Mga and honorable principles.
Tobey's orchestra discoursed sweet
trains of ramie during the evening
in.l Dr. and Mrs. Smith also contrib
uted to the entertainment of the
m -ts by a number of instrumental
The youug couple start in life with
bright prospects for the future, 1
that their cup of happiness may e
remain as full as on their bridal d
that prosperity and success iu
may ever attend them, is the with
Among the wedding preseuta receiv
ed were the following:
Check for ?"0 aud a certificate for
5000 shares of Canine mining stock:
J. E. McCoy, father of the bride.
Leather couch, Mr. aud Mrs. F.
Haviland china dinner set, Mr. and
Mrs. B. L. McCoy.
Full dress wedding suit for groom,
J. W. Wilson.
Hand painted fruit dish. Mrs. J. W.
Bonbon spoon, Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Mebn, Hueneme, California.
Coffee set, Mr. and Mrs. Sim Myers,
Silver pundding dish, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur tiourley, Oxnard.
China tea set, Mrs. W. B. Woodruff.
Coffee pot and China cake plate, H.
S. Wooilrufr. Hueneme.
Two handsome lemonade glasses.
Miss Maud Clark.
Fancy lace baudkerchief. Mrs.
Handsome sofa pillow, Bashford
Dressing table and chair, Mr. aud
Mrs. A. Blumberg.
Mahogony card table, Mr. and Mrs.
T. M. Earnhart, of Kirklaud.
Center table, Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
Chocolate set, M . W. Beardsley.
Taberette, G. F. Anderson.
Very beautiful clock, P. S. WTen.
Chinese tea set, the old cook. Ah
Indian liasker. Win. E. Wicks.
Silver chafling dish, Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Wilson.
Burnt leather wall pocket, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Short, Hueneme.
Silver soup ladle, Mr. and Mrs. C.
A. Cove, who also gave a burnt wood
Carving set, Chester aud tlertrude
Cut glass salad bowl, Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Salsbury.
Siver tea spoons, Miss Bagy Wood
ruff. Cut glass olive dish, Mr. and Mrs.
E. E. Oseuburg.
Tea spoons, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Tea spcous, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Berry spoon. Mr. and Mrs. Kmerick.
Salad set, Mr. aud Mrs. C. G. Mc
Coy, Xew York.
Olive oish, Myron and Ina Wilsey.
Sugar shell, Mr. and Mrs. Cbas.
Berry spoon, Mr. and Mrs. Fowler.
Piece of China, Mr. and Mrs. D. D.
Bon bon spoon, Mr. ami Mrs
Cream ladle. Mr. and Mrs. C
Check for cT, J. O. Carter.
Cut glass bon bon dish, Mr.
Mrs. Jas. McCoy.
Salad fork, Mrs.
mother of Dr. Smith.
Silver berry spoon,
Haviland china fruit
Dr. and Mrs.
plate, Mrs. J.
Cut glass sugar and pitcher, Mr. aud
Mrs. Arthur Cassious Cox. Joplin,
Silver soup ladle, Mr. and Mrs. C.
(!. Arnold. Iluerienie. Cal.
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strength. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure re
builds woruout tissues, purities.
strengthens, and sweetens the stomach.
Gov. (i. W. Atkinsou, of V. V;i..-ay-:
"I have used a number of bottles:
of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and have .
found it to be a very effective aud i
indeed, a powerful n intdy for stom
ek ailments. I recommend it to m,
friends." Sold by Corbiu A Bork .
Brisley Drug Co.
THAT THROBBING HKADACHE
Would quickly letive you. if you
used Dr. King's New Life Pills.
Thousands of sulferers have proved j
their matchless merit for sick and
nervous headaches. They make pure t
blood aud build up your health. Duly
J5 cents, money liack if not cured
Sold by all druggists.
A TIMELY TOPIC.
At this season of coughs and colds
it is well to know tht roler'i Honey ;
and Tar is the greatest throat bu1
lung remedy. It cures quickly end
preveuts serious results from a cold. I
lirisley Drug Co.
THE LONE STAR STATE.
Down iu Texas at Ve.-ikuin is a big
dry goods Him of whieh Mr. J. M.
HeJler is the head. Mr. Belles? on oae
of his trips east to buy goods .-aid to
a friend who was with him in the pal
ace car "Here take one of these Lit
tle Early Risers upon retiring and von
will be up early iu the moiling feel
ing good. " For the "dark brown"
taste, headache and that logy feeling
DeWiit's Little Early Rieen ere the
best pills to use. Sold by Corbiu
Bork Brisley Drug Co.
REPORT FROM TIIF.
J. (i. Gluck, superintendent,
Pruntyown, V. Va.. writes: "Atter
trying all other advert it-ed cough med
icines we have decided to u.-e Foley's j
Honey and Tar exclusively in thei
West Virginia Reform School. I Bad M
the most effective ami absolutely j
harmless. Brisley Drug to. .
MIMNO PBQPKBTT WANTED,
By reliable and responsible perty.
Must stand expert investigation. Give
lowest cash price and all partictilai
iu regards to the property. ftlMrw
S. A. Hall, CXiC Greenwood ave., Chi
cago, DL lJxlUxdOxwl
Fresh testimony in great quantity I
is couatautly coming in, declaring:
Dr. King's New PieeeeeTT for Con
sumption coughs and eoMf. to be un
oqualed. A itcent epreion from T.
J. Mel arlaud lleutonville. Va . serves
as example. Me write.-: 1 nml
bronchitis tor three years and doctor
ed all the time without being benefit
ted. Then I liFcnn tnking Dr. Kiit-'s
New ! li.-covery, end B few bottles
wholly cured me." Eii:illy effective
in curing all lung and throat trou
bles, coin-nun t ion. i t.ciiir.onia and
grip, (iuaranteed by all druggi-!.-.
Trial bottles, free, regular site- BOe,
GOOD FOR CHILDREN.
The pleasant to take and liarmle--Oue
Minute Cough Cure gives imme
diate relief in all ca-es of coug'i
croup and In grippe beeaWaM 11 doe
uot pass immediately into tbe stomach
but takes effect right at tbe seat, of the
trouble. It draws out the inllamina
tion. heals and soothes aad eorea pel
nianeutly by enabling the lungs to con
tribute pure life giving and life mi
telnle oxygen to the blood and lis
ties. Dr. Armstrong of i '-lit;. Tex.,
prescribes it daily and says there l
no better cough remedy nnde. Sold
by Corbin & Bork Brisley Drug Co.
If you hiive tnmliln with
'uitcher try Hurler's Market.
I SN. '
5 The..... I Taaa fVSi
Invite you to; call .in and in
spect their preparation for
assuring yen i.iid yours
T!:c most extensive.
Tin- prettiest line,
ami the lust values
we have over shown.
P. M0HN & CO.
First door north of
Electric Ptione 350. Prescott
In Prescott for allkinds of MACHINE
WORK. Let me know your wants
Mine and Mill Machinery a specialty.
Special repair agnt for National Cash
Registers and Burroughs Aiding Midlines-
a e a efi
2i7 W. Ourlev Street.
MRS. AKERS has moved
her Millinery Parlors to the
Parker !!i:i!dirjg. opposite the
Journal-r office. West
Series itrxef, where she will
be pleas- d . her patrons
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD
Will be pitid to any one person who .-hull be
the first to give us -uc-h information regarding
HAPRY BRUCE NORCROSS
As will loeeta him. if living, or will prove his
decease. Be was formerly i( (irafton. Mass.:
afterwards lived iu Denver and Leadville.
Obie.; H. left Ltadvillt- in 18LJ. he- would
loh he i years old .
0.& U. iNOkCKOS5, 35 Congnss St.,
Nov. ,i, rwt.
A Skeleton in the Closet
This is moro truth tlnn tiiytli iu man)
bathrooms, und v here the closed iti elBBal
ing fliiurishee. VVhy go on sheiteriui? a torus
of death und disease v f.- u our platiiMug H
tho only healthful, safe, reliable kindV
J. H. MULREIN
212 5. nontezuma St.
Just Reopeued By
MRS. PARRtSeft DAUGHTER, j
. - ---
Will serve FIXE HOME
COOKING, short orders j
only, at all hours, between
6 a. m. and 9 p m.
And Ohi w se it id JapasMsaj fiirto ssasls sal
SILK !! : OK KKOHIKPS. OriratsJ TM
Coyer, i'iaiui and lillow Cov ('Iiintde
Woud'-ti Hare, all kluiia of '!' u:.tl D
Shang Hai Store
Brtvht Block, ! W. Gurley Street.
Positive, Powerful, Progressive.
Thorough courses, modern ideas, high grade work, abundant
.un, superior oooxieepaig, shorthand and
watchword. "The success of the studint"
LEGE BUILDING erected and designed
V '2 a' .nousinds successful graduates. The place K sn for a
uuamiis irjrainp. ror catalogue
Martindell, Home & Co.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents j
Wilson Blk Cor. Montezuma and Gurley, Opp.Burke Hotel
SOLE AGENTS FOR
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & COS
Gasoline and Steam Hoists. Alt wit, pressors,
and Stationery Boilers, Etc.
a-More of the fairbanks, Morse & Go.'e hoists have been sold in ihle
ectaon d rtfing the past pear than all other makes combined- They exeel 'n
PqWER, RK 1. 1 ABILITY and ECONOMY nd are especially valuable
where wood and water ie scarce.
"Full particulars and estimates
SAM LEE'S RESTAURANT
Cor. Montezuma and Goodwin V.riets.
First-Class Heal 25c And Upwards
We Serve all the Delicacies the larket Affords
at All Hours. Dav and Night.
WliOl.lL-Al.K DBA1.ZK t
The Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskeys! t
fjfr- A full Une ol WINKS AND 1:1. Inr in. lieueral Trade.
an rta W. J. LKJIP'S Brewing Company'" Prausjht anil Bottled Bear.
North Side o; Plaza.
THE O. K. STORE
Staple sod Paav'v hwcriM, .4 Full Stock of Asa's rnraisbigf onit
Always on ilaaJ. All fiods Fresh and lp-Tit-Date.
JOSEPH DOUGHERTY, Proprietor
THE SAMUEL HILL
Has on Hand a
Which they will be glad to show at any time.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SAVINGS BANK.
11 11 u
" ?! ii irii
: ".HTYV is
JOURNAL-HINER FOR FINE JOB WORK
Los Angeles 9
the mnrln ! TPR
citdudd ML' rr '
for the exclusive use of the icffool.
ana information address
E. K. ISAACS, President.
furnished upon application to
Old Ef tablished Mouse
Complete Line of
Hoisting Engines. Boilers
and Steam D'.imps, Davis
Whims. Cable, Etc.
Giant Powder and Caps.
Goodwin Candles, Tee Rail,
Ore Buckets, Shovels and
Hoskins Furnaces, Cruci
bies. Chemicals and Labor
los angeles. cal.
Pour Million Dollars.
am PCM OUK BOOKLET.
"Banking by Mai
T ii- fajMB juat how to do it. An abso.
InT. ly .if. i: . convenient method of living
j . Yon can N p.'tit in our lari Mroug
WTiru:- aVUaft "y :i :ii. tio matter where yon
4 per cent
annually, paid on
' 1 ertlticate. $1.00 start aerostat.
Omrui axd PiRti-roRS :
I H. Bntiy. IM : Chas. H. "foil,
cashier: A. A. Rraly. Yicc-Preet. ; J.g.
t-pfhn. Se, y : J M. E liott. Pre, jftrst
Xafl Bank, Los AnsjeKs: W. C. Iatteracn.
I : ... I.i . V- National Bunk : H. Jeme.
Groeer; W. D Woolwine.