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THE LOCAL NEWS
From Wednesday's Daily.
Flagstaff has two or three cases of
.Morse Darnell came up from Hill-
sido this morning.
F A. Tritle, jr., returned today
from a visit to Phenix.
J. C. Herndon left this morning on
a professional visit to Kingman.
Geo. P. Harrington returned to the
Bradshaw mountains this morning.
Sheriff W. W. Cook, of .Maricopa
camo up on this morning's
Mrs. J. A. Hope and Miss Nellie
Drake returned' this morning from a
visit to Phenix.
Ben Spier, a commercial man from
Brooklyn, New York, loft on this
J. S. Detwiler, the well known S,
F. P. Si P. engineer, left today for
Los Angeles on a business visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Howel Jones and
their daughter left for their home at
Topeka, Kansas, this morning.
Posters received at this office an
nounce that tho Floto Shows will an
pear iu Prescott on Saturday. April 9.
The fuueral of tho Into T. (J. Taylor
took place yesterday nfternoc u. There
vas a large attendance at tbti funeral.
D. J. Sullivan went down to Con-
gre-s last evening to look atfer his ex
tensive mining interests in that sec
The drug store of W. ' P. Covillaud
was closed this morning under an at
tachment by A. J. Bead. The closing
Till only be temporary.
Mr. and Mrs. John Burns came up
on today's train from the south.
They reside at Morenci, where Mr.
Burns is superintendent of a railroad.
P. X. Xissen, general manager for
the Douglas, Lacey it Company's
properties in this connty, left this
morning on a business trip to Los An
geles. Fred Hilderbrandt and family re
turned to Prescott last night after a
stay of a few months in California.
They left this morning for their home
G. VT. Hull returned to his home in
Jerome today after a brief visit in
Prescott, A party of English capital
ists who are interested in mining with
him are visiting Jerome.
Charles E. Murphy, of Detroit,
Michigan, son of Simon J. Murphy,
arrived on this morning's freight train
from San Francisco. He will go to
Phenix on tonight's train.
Geo. C. Bowman, assistant revenue
collector for New Mexico and Arizona,
who has been spending several days in
this city, left this morning for Albu
querque, his headquarters.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Ruffner have
returned to Tempe, from a visit to tho
Agua Caliente springs and will re
main there for some time, or until
warm weather drives them north.
A private car of the Elgin, Joliet t
Eastern railway was atached to this
morning's north bound train. Its oc
cupants were the wife and children
of A. F. Banks, president of the above
John Berry who was arrested a
conple of days on complaint of bis
brothers charging him with having
burned a wogon belonging to them,
was tried before Justice Talbot this
afternoon and discharged.
J. E. Perry, of Tucson, arrived on
this morning's train and is a great
guest at the Yavapai Club. Mr.
Pei; :.- (".and Master of the Grand
Lodge L O. O. F. of this territory
aud will pay an official visit to Pres
cott lodge this evening.
Wallace Fairbank recently made a
donation to the public library of
about 100 volumes of very choice
books. A few public ' spirited and
generous citizens iiko tins would
soon swell the books in the library to
a handsome number.
Dr. E. A. Lee, of Louisiana, who
spent several weoks in this section
last summer is expected here tomor
row. He is accompanied by a patient
of his who comes to Prescott to enjoy
the fine Arizona climate, and to re
ceive the. health restoring benefits
Park Roper, who has been visiting
his brother R. J. Roper in Prescott for
two weeks left this morning for bis
home at Santa Ana, California. Mr.
Roper is engaged in the stationery
and book business in that town being
the owner of the largest store of that
kind in Santa Ana.
It is stated that the Santa Fe com
pany after a trial of several months
with tho monster freight engines has
ordered fifty more of the same class
for freight work. Each locomotive
will weigh 450,000 pounds ready for
the road. A number of new engines
for passenger service have also been
J. M. Salter, the wool buyer, who
was taken ill with pneumonia shortly
after his arrival here a week ago, is a
very sick man today. His wife arrived
from Denver on Monday night and re
mains constantly by bis bedside.
While his condition is serious the at
tendant physician has Hopes of bring
ing him through his sickness.
The mombers of Mangus Tribe No.
4, Red Men, of Jerome, bnve sent out
invitatious to t'auir second great ghost
dance which will be given in the
opera bouse at the great copper camp
tomorrow night, March 17. The Red
Men only recently reorganized in Je
rome aud it is said they have one of
the largest aud most prosperous lodges
in the territory.
The Miners' Union at McCabe is
making preparations to give a grand
St. Patrick's ball in union hall at
that place tomorrow uight. The mom
bers of this union are noted for their
eoterlaiuniente and this will undoubt
edly be no exception to the rule. Peo
ple from all over that section of the
eotiuty are contemplating going and
the St. Patriok's boll will undoubted
ly be one of the most enjoyable occa
sions of the'yeor.
In laot night's issue of tho Herald
D. D. MoDonald announces his can
didney for school trustee. It took '
about half a column of space to recite
the many virtues and qualifications
which he possesses, together with his
viens on public .school matters aud
his love of children. Just beneath
the announcement was another card,
not so long of a negative character,
Is Most Economical
Because it makes better
and" mo? e healthful food.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NtW YORK,
denying the truth of a certain remark
which has been attributed to him in
connection with bis caudidacy.
Alex. Bowie, of tho Caledonian Coal
company, or Gallup. iSew Mexico, Jett
this morning for his home in Gallup,
after spending several days iu this
city in the interests of his company.
This company supplies a largo portion
of the coal consumed in this part of
Superintendent J. M. Nissen, of the
Homo Hun mine, is in town today
from the property. He reports the mill
working line and tho stamps dropping
steadily on ore with good results. He
also reports a number of companies
negotiating for the installation of the
Xisseu stamps iu their mills.
B. B. Dolly has accepted a position
with the Prescott Electric company
as agent for the company at McCabe.
He will have charge of the central
telephone switch at that place and
will enter upon bis duties about tne
23th of this month. He expects to
move his family to that place as soon
as Mrs. Dolly is able to go.
Israel M. Foster,an attorney-at-law,
of Athens,Ohio, is in Prescott to look
after tho estate of the late M. R.
Parker. He has petitioned the pro
bate court for the appointmeut of E.
E. Ellinwood as administrator of tho
estate. Mr. Foster is prosecuting at
torney of his borne 'county in Ohio,
and is a member of the order of Elks,
which of itself is evidence of his be
ing a genial and companionable gen
Walter M. Rose and wife arrived in
Prescott last evening from San Fran
cisco and will spend a couple of
months, in Prescott and vicinity on a
pleasure trip and for rest. They are
friends of Attorney J. M. Roes, of the
law firm of Hawkins, Ross &. Ander
son. Mr. Rose is one of tho best
known attorneys in the state of Cali
fornia, and is the author of Rose's
Notes to the United States Reports,
and also of several other well known
George Brooker, one of the well
known pioneers of this county, who
has been engaged in the stock busi
ness for the past thirty years, and who
sold out his stock ranch a few months
ago and went to California to spend
the winter, returned to Prescott last
night and is shaking hands with his
numerous friends today. Mr. Brooker
says he really likes tho climate in old
Yavapai county better than he does
the California brand. He will remain
here for a couple of mouths when ho
expects to take a trip to his old home
in Europe where he will visit for a
John Scullin, father of Harry
Scnllin, who arrived in Prescott last
evening with his wile, in a private
car, is president of the St. Louis and
North Arkansas railroad. Mr. Scullin
is an old time western mining man,
having been engaged in that business
for a number of years. Ho went out
to Lynx creek this morning, where
his son resides, aud after a visit there
he will take a trip out through the
Bradshaw mountains and make an in
vestigation of our mining resources.
He expects to remain in this section
probably a week. His visit here will
prove of great benefit to Arizona, as
be is still actively engaged in mining,
in addition to his duties as a railroad
From Thursday's Daily.
John Gray left this morning for Je
rome. The appointment of an auditor for
Arizona is now in order.
J. B. Tomlinson went out today to
the Yaeger Canyon copper camp.
The walking sick, what
a crowd of them there are:
Persons who are thin and
weak but not sick enough
to go to bed.
"Chronic cases" that's
what the doctors call them,
which in common English
means long sickness.
To stop the continued
loss of flesh they need
Scott's Emulsion. For the
feeling of weakness they
need Scott's Emulsion.
It makes new flesh and
gives new life to the weak
Scott's Emulsion gets
thin and weak persons out
of the rut. It makes new,
rich blood, strengthens the
nerves and gives appetite
for ordinary food.
Scott's Emulsion can be
taken as long as sickness
lasts and do good all the
There's new strength
and flesh in every dose.
We will be glad
to send you a few
Be sure that thw picture In
the form of a label is on tht
wrapper of every bottle of
EmuLiun you buy.
SCOTT & BOWNE,
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
50c. and $1 all drueeliti. j
I. M. Foster, the attorney from
Athens, Ohio, left this morning for
A mass was celebrated this morning
at eight o'clock in the Catholio
church, in honor of St. Patrick's day,
In tho alleged proposed appoint
ment of Col. Dunn as secretary of Ar
izona. when the act was done it was
Among tho outgoing passengers this
morning were: M. L. Packard, to
San Francisco; G. R. Bradford, Den
ver aud T. Barton, Hot Springs, Ar
A. C. RedewiU, a son of the well
known dealer iu musical instruments
of Phenix, Arizona, came up from the
south this morning in the interests
of the firm.
Tho services at Prescott Mission
every night beginning at 7:30 are
quite well attended, and a good inter
est shown. All who will come will bo
J. F. Salter, the wool buyer, who
has been sick at Hotel Burke for a
week was removed this afternoon to
I Mercy hospital.
His condition is re
ported quite critical.
Election of officers for the Elks
lodge will occar March 30. Nomina
tions of candidates may bo made next
Wednesday evening, March 23, to
remain open until election night.
Today is St. Patrick's day and for
tho first time in years the day has
betu permitted to come and go with
out the followers or admirers of the
great saint celebrating his birthday.
John Scullin, president of the St,
Louis and North Arkansas railroad,
went out this morning in his private
car to Middelton. The private car ii
one of the longest which has ever vis
ited Prescott, being seventy five feet
E. B. Gage camo up this morning
from Phenix in bis private car, Mich
igan. He was accompanied by W. F.
Stanton and R. B. Burmister. The
party will return to Congress this
evening and will be accompanied by
Charles E. Murphy.
Teddy Rooney, a member of the
Eagles' band, yesterday was the re
cipient from Belfast, Ireland, of a box
of shamrock, as a reminder of this be
ing St. Patrick's day. In spite of its
trip of 7000 miles, the contents of the
box arrived in good sbapo.
'Joseph .hble celebrated bis nine
tieth birth day on Wednesday, March
1G. He is still hale and hearty and
gives promise of living to celebrate
his loOth birth day. Of the ninety
years that he has lived forty of them
have been spent in Prescott, as he
came here in ISCi.
There was a good attendance of
members at last night's meeting of
tho Odd Fellows lodge to meet and
welcome the Grand Master of the
order J. E. Perry. At the conclusion
of the business of the evening a ban
quet was served which was greatly en
joyed by all present.
The Elks have fixed on Easter Sun
day, April 3, at 3:30 o'clock in the
afternoon to lay the corner stone of
their new hall, club rooms and opera
house. The blue print, showing the
plan of the building in detail has been
completed, and the building will be a
Ed Shumate has made a contract
with the Eagles band whereby the
latter will give a Sunday afternoon
concert every Sunday during the sea
son at Granite Dells. The concerts
will last from 2 o'clock to 5:30. Mr.
Shumate is figuring on openiug his
picnic resort either April 3, Easter
Sunday, or April 10.
Most patents applied for are first
rejected by the U. S. patent office,
bat many are afterwards procured
through tho skillful prosecution of C.
A. Snow & Co., patent lawyers, of
Washington, D. C. Tho average in
ventor or lawyer is better able to
make his own hat than to procure a
Mention was made in Wednesday's
issue of the closing, under attach
ment, of W. P. Covillaud'8 drug
store. Before the ink on tho paper
making the announcement was dry,
however, the store was reopened under
advices from Los Angeles and C. E.
Gentry, who has been with Mr. Cov
illaud for-a number of years has been
placed in charge of it.
Supt. J. B. Jolly has just received
T'tbe report of Miss Minnie Rebbe, who
closed her second term of school in
the lower Verdo district last Friday.
Miss Rebbe has given splendid satis
faction as a teacher and expects to
leave in a few days for her home in
Minnesota to spend the summer with
her relatives. Some of her friends
iutiuiate that this may be hor last
term ofschool work.
One man was killed and two others
quite badly hurt in the Santa Fe
round house nt Winslow on Wednes
day by the explosion of an air cylind
er. The dead man is Tom Williams,
the foreman of tbb round bouse, and
tho injured Marion Pritcbard and C.
S. Taylor, two emoloyes. Tho explo
sion was caused by the expansion of
the air pis'ou spindle, and tho in
juries sustained by tho men were
caused by the fragments of iron which
flew in all directions.
A homo that is modeled very closely
upon the New England type of Co
lonial architecture is pictured aud
described in tho April Delineator.
Its direct simplicity is something out
of the ordinary in present day house
building, yet not in tho least unpleas
iug. Tho Colouial scheme is modified
to a certain, extent to meet modern
needs, the big living room, occupying
ouC half the first floor, being a radical
improvement upou the best room of
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cordance with the period of archi-
tecture.contributing largely to the in
viting atmosphere. It is a house that.
will prove suggestive to prospective
The third monthly dance given by
the members of the Yavapai Club last
evening in the ball room of the new
club house, was a very enjoyablo oc
casion, there being 51 couples present.
The musio which was furnished by
Mrs. B. IL Smith, was all that could
be wished for. The cafe served a de
licious lunch to the dancers at eleven
o'clock, and this feature of the even
ing was one of the most enjoyable of
the occasion. The club cafe enjoys
the distinction of giving tho finest
service that has even been had in this
A. E. Wilson, a high jumper who
travels over the country giving exhi
bitions made his last jump last Satur
day at Needles. He had just arrived
there from Ogden, Utah, and bad
taken up a collection amounting to 84
to pay bim for the feat of leaping
from tho top of a fifty foot pole. Four
Santa Fe employes held the net for
him, and, as he leaped it bey lost their
heads, allowing the net to sag, tho
result beiug that Wilson struck the
ground on his feet, the force of the
impact crushing bis right hip and
causing internal injuries which may
prove fatal. Even should the recover,
he will be a cripple for life.
J. P. Ryan and Geo. Lynch, the
two Iron King miners who will repre
sent the Leyner machine drills in
Australia, left this morning for Sau
Francisco, from which placo they will
sail in a few days for tho island conti
nent. These gentlemen have 'been
operating these drills at tho Iron
King for some timo and are cyperts
with them. They have a flue offer
from a financial standpoint as they
will receive big wages and have an
opportunity to enjoy the travel and
experience. They havo a host of
friends in this county who will join
in wishing them success and a safe re
turn to old Yvapai county at somo
A. A. Johns, who has had charge of
gathering and packing the mineral ex
hibit for Arizona for the St. Louis ox
position, completed packing tho ex
hibit a day or two ago and the car as
started for St. Louis this afternoon,
Two large banners were painted and
tacked to each side of the car bearing
the inscription, "Arizona Mineral
Exhibit for St. Louis World's Fair."
The exhibit weighed about 50,000
pounds and as gathered from ninety
of the leading properties of the north
ern part of the territory, the southern
exhibit having been shipped some
days ago from Phenix. A. J. Doran
is now at St. Louis and as soon as the
exhibit arrives it will be put in place,
and will undoubtedly attract a great
deal of attention as the collection is
a very fine and valuable one.
From Friday's Daily.
R. D. French came in last evening
from Crown King.
James McGregor was a passenger
for Los Angeles today.
Supt, Larry Martin, of the McCabe
mine, is in town today.
Born, in Kirkland, March 17, to
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Rudy, a son.
Mrs. Tom Bale returned this morn
ing from a week's visit in Phenix.
Tbe strawberry season has opened in
Phenix. They are selling for 35 cents
L. E. Hewins, tbe Phenix real
estate man, came up from tbe capitol
city this morning.
St Patrick's ball this year was
something like tbe play of Hamlet,
with Hamlet left out.
Dr. J. K. McDonnell has been ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
the late Ed L. Gobin.
Malcolm Lowry who was injured in
yesterday's bicycle accident was nble
to attend the ball game today.
W. S. Pratt, who left Prescott re
cently to take a position on tho Salt
Lake road is located at Milford, Utah.
C. E. M. Beall left on this- morn
ing's train for the east on business.
He expects to be absent about two
Mrs. J. II. Renchard left on this
morning's train for a visit of n few
eeks with her sister, Mrs. L. Bell,
Deputy Sheriff Chas. Piatt came up
from the southern part of the county
this morning on business for the
R. B. Grinnell, a mining man of
New York, left this morning for the
east after a visit to this section on
Mrs. W. C. Stetson, who is interest
ed in the Great Peck miue in this
county, was a passenger this morning
for San Francisco.
H. P. Anewalt has just received a
handsome photograph of tbe Granite
Dells pleasure resort from a Los An
Among the arrivals on this morn
ing's train were J. H. Emmert, S. W.
Higley, D. J. Sullivan, J. J. Fisher,
Walter Hill and W. H. Engle.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Krum, of Chi
cago, wbo have been living in rres
cott the past year and three mouths
left on today's train for San Diego.
Mr. Krum has a sister residing here
Ellery Pulliam returned to Prescott
last night from Needles, California,
where he has been working in tbe rail
road shops for somo time. He will
leave this evening for Bisbee to joiu
his brother Ira.
Mrs. Foster, who has been a county
charge for some time, is having her
examination this afternoon as to her
sanity. She was formerly quite
wealthy and was an educated and ac
Dr.J. K. McDonnell, of Crown King,
came in from that camp last evening,
accompanied by his brother Geo. II.
McDonnell who has been visiting
bim for about a month. They mado
the trip on horse back.
Tho Good Templars of Phenix will
tender A. P. Walbridge a farewell re
ception on Monday night next, in tho
Christian church, as he is soon to
take his departure for California, with
view of locating there.
James McNaughton, jr., of Wickcu-
burg, and Miss Arline S. Ruby, of
Phenix, were married last night at tho
homo of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mc-
Grath, tho brido being tho daughter
of Mrs. McGrath. Rov. A. M. Gib
bons performed the ceremony.
W. F. Dodge, assistant cashier of
the Phenix National bank, died yes
terday at the Sisters' hospital in Phe
nix. He had beou ill for a couplo of
weeks, but was improving, aud bis
death came suddenly from heart fail
ore. R. B. Burmister has been acting
as assistant cashier during the sick
ness of Mr. Dodge aud in all proba
bility will now be promoted to that
Tbe tall slim Meixcan porter in tho
Palace saloon who is known by the
name of Juan, was arrested last night
on a charge of rolling a drunken man,
but on investigation tne charge was
dismissed and Juan was discharged
James W. Kraemer, who was city
agent for tho S. F. P. & P. in this
city for a long time, but who has
been in Ash Fork for several weeks
came down last night to spend a few
hours with bis numerous friends, re
turning to Ash Fork this mroning.
Frank J. Hesse, the surveyor, has
completed the work of making a sur
vey of the land on whicb Is located
the well known government springs.
The land will be taken up by Mrs.
Peat and it was for the purpose of
determining tho boundaries that the
survey was made.
The announcement that Dr. W. S,
Smith had decided to give up his
practice iu Prescott and locate in Oc
tave was premature. Dr.Smith had an
offer to go to Octave as physician for
tho Octave company, bnt he decided
to decline tbe offer and will remain in
Prescott and attend to his practice
here. Ho returned today from a visit
to Octave. He reports that a nice and
Sheriff Roberts and wife returned
home last night after spending about
six weeks iu the east. Most of the
timo Mr. Roberts was nearly helpless
from an attack of rheumatism aud was
at the Hot Springs at Little Rock,
Arkansas. He lost Several -pounds of
flesh and still looks pretty badly done
up. He walks with a good deal of con
id era t ion for his knees. He says here
after he will stay in Arizona in the
Frank J. Hesse returned this morn
ing from a flying trip to Phenix where
ho bad some business witb the survey
or geenral's office. He Easy there is a
large force at work in that office and
that the work is practically up to
date. He was informed by the ofll
cers in Phenix that a special U. S.
grand jury would be called to further
investiagte the charges against Ex-
Surveyor General Price and his assist
ant Murphy. The grand jury will
meet April 4th.
E. E. Ellinwood left this morning
for a brief professional trip to Flag
staff. While waiting the arrival of the
train at the Prescott depot Mr. Ellin
wood dropped into a mathematical
mood, as it occurred to bim that he
would have to wait four and one half
hours at Ash Fork for his train on the
Santa Fe, provided it is on time,
which it is not always. A wait only
a little more brief is necessary in
coming from Asb Fork to Prescott,
As Mr.Elllnwood is called by his pro
fession to quite recently make these
trips, or to other points east, the wait
being just the same, and as a result
of bis mathmetical calculations he
figured ont that within tbe past eight
or ten years be has spent one solid
year at Ash Fork waiting for trains.
No Danger of Falling.
The Benson Press says there is no
truth whatever in the reports recently
published to the effect that the reform
school at that place is settling and
threatening its destruction. The pa
There is one small strip of ground
in Benson, about a block and a half
wide, that settles more or less when
thoroughly soaked witb water. This
settling is particularly noticeable at
the depot, where one of the stand
pipes is located from which consider
able water is spilled daily.
"The land on whicb the Industrial
school is located is of a different
character, and does not have the set
tling qualities of the narrow strip of
land through the central part of town.
"If the Industrial school has settled
since its construction, it would take
a very delicate instrument to demon
strate the fact. There is no visible
evidence that the big building has
settled the fraction of an inch, and its
walls are not iu danger of tumbling
Robbed the Cash Box.
This morning between the hours
of four and six o'clock, the Peo
ple's Hall saloon was broken into
and tbe safe robbed of nearly $50 in
cash and tbe cash register was so bad
ly damaged that it will havo to be
sent to the factory for repairs.
At four o'clock Mr. Fitz Maurice,
one of the proprietors, put tbe money
in the cash box in tbe safe, locked
up tbe saloon and went home. At six
o'clock Mr. Burnett' came down and
found tbe back window had been
forced down and investigation showed
the above results. Nothing else was
disturbed except a flask of whiskey
and bottle of wine bad been taken.
The robber or robbers took tbe cash
box out of tbe safe and carried it
iuto the alloy where they took the
case, leaving 05 cents and a certificate
of deposit which was being kept for
another party. They then locked the
box again and left it in the alley
where it was found this morning. No
clue was left by the guilty parties.
Railroad Law Suit.
A Las Vpgas, Now Mexico, telegram
says: One of the most important civil
suits in the history of this territory,
iuvolving $500,000, has been filed in
tho United States court of Bernalillo
county by tbe Caledonia, Coal com
pany of Gallup. The company sues
the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe
company, tbe Santa Fe, Pacific com
pany, tbb Colorado Fuel and Iron
company, and the American Fuel
company, for $400,000 damages,$50,000
attorney fees and costs, for alleged
violation of tho United States statutes
to protect trade and commerce against
unlawful restraints and monopolies,
aud also tho statute regulating inter
state commerce and trade.
More specifically, the Santa Fe is
charged witb discriminating in its
rates in favor of the Colorado Fuel
and Iron company. Neill B. Field of
Albuquerque Is tbe attorney of tbe
plaintiff, and Col. R. E. Twitchell of
Las Vegas will represent tbe defend
RAW OR INFLAMED LUNGS
Yield quickly to tbe wonderful cur
ative and healing quantities of Fol
ey's Honey and Tar. It prevents
pneumonia and consumption from a
hard cold settled on the lungs.
Brisloy Drug Co.
Manufacture of Sand
The Plant Is Kept Rnnning at Its
Full Capacity Again Deliver-'
ing at Whipple.
A force of six teams has again re-
snmed the work of hauling brick
from tho sand stone brick nlant tn
Whipple where they are being used in
the new buildings at tho post. The
government will use between 2,000,000
and 3,000,000 of these handsome sand
stone brick, by the time the work now
contemplated is completed. There was
some difficulty over tho color of the
brick furnished a short time ago and
the second story of tho buildiug which
is now under construction, was con
demned and the brick which had been
put in the walls were taken out. There
was no fault to find with the quality
but tho sand that was used had been
taken from another locality 'and was
a shade darker. This fact alone
caused tho constuctiug quartermaster
to refuse lo allow the brick to rerfiain
in the walls. This matter was tuli;
factorily adjusted and delivery was
resumed yesterday. Tbe brick which
were condemned will be used for in
side work, however, and will not be
Tho company whicb is manufactur
ing the sandstone brick is made up of
onr people and they are manufactur
ing a splendid article aud one that
for looks discounts even tho high
priced pressed brick, and at a cost no
more than the. ordinary clay brick.
Ever since tbe plant started up eome
months ago they have hardly been
able to meet the demand and often
teams were hauling tho brick awa
before they were cool enough to
handle. Several buildings have al
ready been erected In this city of this
product, besides the work at Whipple.
They have given the, be3t of satiaac-
tion and are the admiration of every
one. Tbe Raible block whicb is iust
being completed is one of the hand
somest buildings in tbe city, and was
built entirely of tbe sand stone brick.
Mr' lieyne, who did the handsome
carving on the front of the building
said be would prefer tbe use of these
brick to stone in a building.
Besides what have been- used in
Prescott and Whipple a large order
was filled for the United Vede Copper
company at Jerome for building an
immense brick chimney for the big
The sand stone brick are tbe most
popular article of that kind ever used
in this section and the plant is having
no difficulty in selling all they can
New Opera House.
Architect J. R. Minor has returned
from Los Angeles where ho went a few
days ago on business connected witb
tho construction of the new Elks hall
and opera house. Tbe plans for the
opera house have been completed and
are on exhibition at Dillon's cigar
The new plan is a beauty and should
the proposition be carried ont as con
templated Prescott will havo an opera
house that will be a credit not only
to the city but the Elks and all who
assist in making it possible for tbe
lodge to give the city such a handsome
i.ho new drawings show (tie opera
house to occupy the rear part of tbe
building, the front being occupied on
the nrst noor by lour store rooms
while the Elks lodge room will occupy
tbe front part of the secoud story.
The entrance to the opera house
will be in the center of the building
and will be twenty one feet in width
making an exit of sufficient size for
any emergency, isesides tne main en
trance' and exit there are nine other
exits from tbe building which could
be used as means of escape in case of
Ore or other accident.
The seating capacity will be be
tween 800 and 1000 people. The stage
will be twenty five by sixty feet in
ize, the front beiug thirty feet iu the
clear which is as large as auy of tbe
city stages. The scenery will be man
ipulated from the top and all will be
raised and lowered instead of rolled
There will be eight private boxes
and iu fact everything that goes to
make up a first class opera house.
Butte on the Move.
A telegram from Butte City, Mon
tana, says: "The city of Uutte,
which started to slide down the moun
tain side several years ago, has just
made another move. That sectiou of
town between Montana and Wyoming
streets, east and west a distance of
three blocks, and between Park and
Quartz streets, north and south, a
distance of three blocks, bas shown a
decided down bill movement during
the past two days. The street railway
tracks at several places have been
pulled apart for several incbes,and the
water mains on Wyoming street have
broken at a number of places."
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If you want to increase your
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the food that you eat must he .digest
ed, assimilated and "appropriated b
the nerves blood and tissues before
being expelled from the intost'nes.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure adds to the
physical. It gives strength to aud
builds up strength in tbe human sys
tem. It is pleasant to the taste and
palatable, and tho only combination
of digestauts that will digest the food
and enable tbe system to appropriate
all of its health and strength-giving
qualities. Sold by Brisley Drug Co.
FEARFUL ODDS AGAINST HIM.
Bodridden, alone aud destitute.
Such, iu brief was the condition of an
old soldier by name of J. J. Haven,
Versailles, O. Foryesrs bo a trou
bled with kidney disease and noither
doctors nor medicines gave bim relief.
At length he tried Electric Bitters.
It put him on bis feet iu short ordetr
and now ho testifies; "I'm on th
road to complete recovoiy." Boston
earth for liver and kiduey troubles
and all forms of ttui.,.icb aud bowel ,
complaints. Ouly 50c. Guaranteed
by all druggists.
In S. S.
drugs, but is a pleasant vegetable
remedy for toning up the nerves and
in a low state oi neaitn, or sick ana
o. o. a. improves tne I have
appetite, aids the diges
tion and reinforces the
system, and its good ef
fects areseen almostfrom
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and does away with the uncomfortable fullness, nausea, shortness of breath,
drowsiness and dizziness that so often come after eating.
S S S. is not only the best tonic but possesses alterative or purifying
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to a bad condition of the blood and can only be remedied by a blood purifier
and tonic combined, or such a remedy as S. S. S
If you suffer from debility, insomnia, nervousness, loss of appetite,
bad digestion, or any of the symptoms of a disordered blood, nothing will
so soon put your blood in good condition invigorate and tone up the
system as S. S. S.
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CORBIN & BORK. Sole Agents. PRES TO ii AR CA.
1 WESTERN SEEDS FOR
We are tbe only extensire growers in the
for Bee Supplies, Poultry Supplies
BARTELDES & CO., IS2I
A. J. HEAD
COMPLETE SOOCK of All Kinds of LUMBER
Mining Timbers, Lagging, Wedges and Stulls.
Free delivery to all parts of the City No order
tco large or too small.
MAIN OFFICE AND SASH AND DOOR ROOM IN
Wholesale Store Formerly
Do you want title to Government Land without
having to t)rove residence and cultivation?
I have an unlimited supply of unrestricted scrip,
which can be placed on any non-mineral public
land. On account of heavy demand prices are ad
vancing. For the next 30 days I will make spe
cial offer. Write for particulars.
J. C. MARTIN.
Electric Chafing Dishes
and FLAT IRONS, HEATERS, BROILERS,
. . . CURLING IRONS . . :
The Electric Flnt Irons, just received, are of a new pattern, retaasing heat when net
in use. The most convenient, economical, safe fiat irons mado. All sizes for household,
laundry and chop.
THE PRESCOTT ELECTRIC COMPANY "
SOUTH CORTEZ STliEET
DeMUND LUMBER CO. J
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
PINE AND RED WOOD LUMBFR, SASH, f
DOORS, PAINTS AND GLASS
. Yards at Prescott and Phoenix.
Mills at Rhoades, Aniona. ft
Prescott Electric 110
Yavapai Oil and
Send for Prospectus.
OFFICER . Dl IKOTORS :
J. C. Heslct. lrettaeut. Jerome.
P. L. Wright. Viee-t'reeident, Prescott.
J. S. Wauuht.-I. Srretary, Jerome
Jus. ltu(e. Trt .ieurer. Jrri:ip.
W. .1. Miilvpnon. Director. HretVi.lt.
Branch Office, Room 18. Kcad Blcck, Prescott.
Martindeli, Home & Cb.
Real E -ta'e and Insurance Agents
Wilson Blk , Cor. Montezuma and Gurlcy, OppJJurke Hotel
SAM LEE'S RESTAURANT.
Cor. Montezuma and Goodwin Streets.
First-Class fleai 25c An Upwards
We Serve all the Delicacies the riarket Affords
t -Ml Hmirs. Dav and Niarht.
WHOLESALE HEALER IS
Ihe I itiesl Brands of Kentucky Whiskeys!
S. Nature bas nrovided a tonir sm'tpH tn
of the system when in a debilitated.
preparation. You can find no better
bringing refreshing, restful sleep when
worn out vt-nn woric or worry
no hesitancy in recommending yonr 8.8.8.
as tho best Sprlnfr tonic on tbe market. I have used
many other mdieinee, but and S. S. S. to be undoubt
edly the only tonic that will build up the system. I
shall take pUaaure in telling all whom I think In
need of a Rood blood tome ol your medicine.
"''"'J. . LEWIS S. FIEBER,
Care Stoll, Hamilton Co. Lexington, ICy.
L i - ft tt-o Mormon
cures the wor-t m . m utll i. i .'jitr rttnir from
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