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From Thursday's Daily.
Sheriff Roberts went south on last
Frank Lecklider came in last even
ing from Poland.
.Lester Jackson returned Tuesday
evening from his visit east.
Robert Perrin the Coconino stock
man was in town yesterday.
Air. and Mrs; A.W. Edwards returned
last night from their visit east
Charley Morse, a well known miner
of this cection left yesterday for Je
rome. Mr. and Mrs. George Burch went to
Skull valley last evening to visit the
Lu P. Xollis the Tnrkey Creek mer
chant was in town yesterday and will
return home today.
Copper money is a potent factor in
politics when properly applied as it
"was on Tuesday last.
J. H. Hise returned on last evening's
train from Los Angeles but went on
through to Kirkland.
IL A. Kendall, of the Soranton cor
respondence school left on last even
ing's train for the south.
Qur evening contemporary promises
that "Smith will do his best for us."
"Well now this is gratifying.
M. A. Perkins, assemblyman elect
from this county, left for his home
yesterday after a few days' visit in
Mrs. 11. P. Anewalt and little son
left last night for the east. Mr. Ane
walt accompanied them as far as Ash
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Molloy rode in
yesterday morning on horseback from
the Cash mine, where Mr. Molloy is
F. C. Staniford, the insurance man,
left yesterday being called away on
important business sooner than he ex
pected to go.
A telegram was received yesterday
from Graham county stating that
Mark Smith's majority in that county
was an even 400.
Father Duval left last night for
Tucson, to report to the bishop for a
new field of work. Father Duval is
well liked in Prescott.
Dr. J. K. MoDonnell, F. C. Kings
bury and Matthew Walsh came in last
evening from Crown King. Mr. Kings
bury was elected justice of the peace
at that precinct.
Judge J. J. Hawkins returned on
Tuesday evening from his visit east,
lie arrived at Ash Fork in time to
cast his vote and help swell the demo
The Yavapai county democrats held
an election on Tuesday, November
7tb. They made a very respectable
showing so far as the number of votes
polled are concerned.
T. C. Archer returned to Prescott
yesterday from Oregon where he is
identified with the electric raiload en
terprise being promoted by W. J.
Wilsey, at Eugene, in the above state.
Major Connett's lecture on Tuesday
evening at the Methodist church was
very interesting and was listened to
by a goodly sized audience. Major
Connett and Major Pynn left yester
day for Los Angeles.
The art section of the Monday club
held a very interesting meeting on
Tuesday afternoon. The two greatest
poems which Homer wrote were dis
cussed, the Iliad and the Odyssey.
Mrs. G. A. Beach was the leader for
From Friday, s Daily.
Juan Castello loft for Phenix last
J. C.Scott, a mining man of Jerome,
is in town.
Frank A. Davis returned last night
from the east.
Mrs. Dennis Ryan went over to Je
The city council will meet tomorrow
afternoon in special session.
Dr. J. R. Walls and family have
gone to San Diego to reside.
Rev. F. E. Bennett left for the
south on last evening's train.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Jois arrived on last
night's train from Los Angeles.
M. Reifsnyder, the well known min
ing man, arrived here last night.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Middleton will
leave on today's train for the east.
Henry Ashurst defeated E. M. Doe
for district attorney of Coconino
E. E. Moorehead was up yesterday
from Kirkland where he is engaged in
Oswald Stein returned last evening
from his visit to Mohave county on
Mrs. Guy Bennett and her daughter
Miss Drew Bennett came up from
C. C. Belknap, station agent of the
S. F. P. & P. railroad at Kirkland, was
in town yesterday.
Jerry Millay, the well known Phenix
attorney, passed through Prescott
yesterday en route to Los Angeles.
Forest Supervisor F. R. Stewart
went out to the Bradshaw mountains
yesterday on forest reserve business.
J. Addison Reavis was a caller at
this office on Thursday. Mr. Reavis
is here in the interest of the Denver
Mrs. E. A. Rogers, wife of the editor
of the Courier, left yesterday for Los
Angeles, where she will spend the
E. D. Seaton was in town yesterday
from Turkey and made final entry on
a group of eight mining claims in the
Y. A. Long, a well known printer
was elected justice of the peace of
Massicks precinct. The proper saluta
tion for Mi. Long hereafter will be
William Nagle, expert for C. W.
Clark, arrived in Prescott on Wednes
day, returning to Jerome again yester
day, going to Jerome Junction on tho
north bound freight.
"Brick" Spence and Henry Job
were arrested on Wednesday oharged
with stealing a lot of bedding and a
pack saddle from a house belonging to
W. C. Bashford, on Ash creek.
Judge William Roberts was reelect
ed for justice of the peace atrKirk
land atjtho recent election. The judge,
by the way, won a $500 wager from
A. A. Moore by the election of Roose
velt. Roy S. Goodrich, a bright and
enterprising young attorney of Phenix
was a passenger on yesterday's north
bound train en route to Chicago,
where his father is still in a hospital
as a result of injuries received some
time since in a railroad accident.
William H.Kelly, of Crown King had
an examination yesterday afternoon
before Judge Hicks and two physicians
as to his sanity. His case is rather a
peculiar one as at times his mind is
clear and perfectly lucid and his con
versation rational while at other times
he has hallucinations. He was ordered
detained for a few days for further
In the district court on Thursday
after tho impaneling of the grand
jury the calendar was called and cases
were set. The case of the territory vs
L. E. Johnson was dismissed on mo
tion ot the district attorney. Tho
case of the territory vs.William Thom
as was dismissed on account of the
death of the principal witness. The
caBO against J. T. Hinds was also
Joseph Curry and Sadie E. Collier,
two of Prescott's prominent young
colored people were married on Wed
nesday evening, November 9th, by
Rev. E. 13. Taft, at the home of the
bride's parents on north Virginia
street in the presence of a large com
pany of the friends of the contracting
parties. After the ceremony was per
formed a very elaborate wedding sup
per was served to tho guests. The
couple were the recipients of many
WANTED Quickly, few persons
to represent long established wholesale
house among retail merchants and
agents. Local territory of few coun
ties. S18 salary and expenses paid
weekly. Expense money avdanced.
Commission extra. Permanent engage
ment. Business successful. Previous
experience not essential. Enclose self
addressed envelope. Address, Super
intendent Travelers, 325 Dearborn
From Saturday's Daily.
JL. H. Chalmers came up from Phen
ix on Friday.
Announcement of candidates for
city offices is now in order.
George H. Maxwell came up from
Phenix on yesterday's train.
Mrs. Frances J. Holbrook came up
from the snuth on yesterday's train.
Mrs. W. II. MoKean left on yester
day's train for a visit in Los Angeles.
A. A. Moore, the democratic war
horse fromWalnut Grove, was in town
A Phoenix man accepted a bet of $1
to $10 on Missouri going republican.
He won out.
Ed M. Fotlz left on yesterdays'
train for LosJAngeles where his wife
is reported quite sick.
Complete returns shows that Fow
ler's majority in Apache county is 95
and in Navajo county 40.
On account of an accident to the
heater at the Catholic school the puj
pils of that institution had a holiday
E. E. Ellinwood will leave on to
day's train for Pasadena for a ten
hi jt mm
days' visit with his family who are
G. W. Hance came in from the
Verde valley yesterday and left on last
night's train for El Paso to attend the
The private car of A. C. James, vice
president of the El Paso and North
eastern railroad, was attached to yes
terday's north bound train.
Charles H. J. Bliss, special agent
Pacific coast department of the Ger
mania Fire insurance .company of New
York, is in town on a business visit.
The raw northeast wind of Thursday
afternoon and night, was tho result of
the snow storm which prevailed on
that day in Colorado and New Mexico.
J. E. Kelley, socialist candidate for
probate judge was high man on that
ticket and Mr. Senteney for the coun
cil hold second place each receiving
over 500 votes.
Henry Ives, mention of whose arri
val in Prescott was made in yesterday's
issue, came to take a position with Ed
Block the one price clothier. Mr.
Ives is accompanied by his wife.
Charles Moore and Dan Cummings
have been held to appear before the
grand jury on a charge of robbery,
their alleged victim being E. N. Olds
and the amount of the robbery S4.
The personal property of the Mc
Cabe Extension Mining company was
sold at sheriff's sale yesterday and was
purchased by Mrs. Priscilla Bradford
for the amount of judgment and costs.
O.F. Orthel arrived here from Flag
staff a few days ago to take a position
as bookkeeper for A. J. Head.
The trial of Florence Hicklin for
complicity in the murder of Jud Mu
liuo has been set for November 17th.
Martin Garcia had his examination
yesterday on a charge of illegal voting
and was held to appear before , the
Mrs. C. W. Conger has purchased
the grocery store on Gurley street op
posite the Journal-Miner office for
merly owned by Mrs. C. W. Harper.
"Brick" Spence and Henry Job,
who were arrested for breaking into a
house belonging to W.
had their preliminary
yesterday and were held
to the grand
Mrs. Dunkle was somewhat worried
last evening on account of tho wreck
of theKaty flyer near Parsons, Kansas.
Her daughter loft. St. Louis on Thurs
day night, on that train en route
No one can tell good baking powder
from bad merely by the appearance;
The price is some guide, but not an in
Some cheap brands may raise the dough,
yet contain unwholesome ingredients.
There is one safe, sure way, i. e.,
to follow the recommendations of the
U. S. GOVERNMENT ANALYSTS,
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THROUGHOUT THE WORLD,
THE BEST HOUSEKEEPERS EVERYWHERE
DIGESTS WHAT YOU BAT
The SI .00 bottle cortalns 214 times the trial size, which sells for 50 cents.
FEErASEO ONLY AT THE LABORATORY OF
E. C. DeWITT & COMPANY. CHICAGO, ILX.
BY THE BR1SLEY DRUG COMPANY
A carload of saloon fixtures forjReiss
Burch &Holton arrived on Thursday's train
freight train from the north. They
will fit up the room formerly occupied
by Mr. Powell and open a saloon in
George Beck, formerly of the Vienna
bakery in' this city, has located at
Goldsflelds, Nevada, where he is en
gaged in the restaurant and bakery
business, meeting with great success
The residenco on Gurley street ad
joining the Congress house on the east
is undergoing repairs and alterations
and dame rumor says that when the
alterations are completed it will be
occupied by a bride and groom.
General A. J. Sampson is expected
in Phenix soon from Quito, Ecuador,
where ho has been stationtd as United
States minister since the first term of
President McKinley. General Samp
son is accompanied by his wife.
Mr. Bork, of the Burke drug store,
received n letter yesterday from his
partner, Mr. Corbin, from' Los Ange
les, in which the latter states that his
wife is improving and he expects to
return home with her within ten dayj.
Tho Journal-Miner announced the
arrival in Prescott onThursday evening
of Mr. Riefsnyder, the mining man.
In3tead of this gentleman, it was W.
Riefsnyder, the salesman of Ben liur
cigars, who dropped into town to
round up his customers.
The cases against Ex-Surveyor Gen
eral Hugh H. Price and his chief dep
uty W. E. Murphy, in the United
States court at Phenix will be dismis
sed with the consent of United States
Attorney Nave. Price is seriously ill
in a sanitarium in California, and is
not expected to get out alive. Murphy
was tried on one indictment and ac
quited. The board of supervisors have sus
pended J. P. Storm as county treas
urer. The law provides for the sus
pension of a county teasurer, whore a
defalcation exists, and in that cate a
defalcation is admitted. It makes no
distinction as to how a defalcation oo
curs, whether from robbery or other
wise and under this law the above
action was taken by the board.
The fifth grade, or Miss Carpenter's
room gave a Eugene Field programon
Friday afternoon consisting of sketches
of his life, bis poems and his songs.
At the conclusion of the program
charades or the acting out of his
poems were given for tho guessing of
which prizes were awarded. The en
tertainment proved very interesting
C. H. Smith, advance agent for Hat
carnival left on yesterday's
for Las Vegas, New Mexico,
where tho aggregation of shows appears
this week. He received a telegram
from Mr. Roiss asking him to come
there at once. Mr. Reiss added that
a blizzard was in progress there ac
companied by a heavy fall of enow.
Mr. Sm;b said before leaving that the
carnival company might give a three
days' show in Prescott, on route to
j Phenix where they will appear about
tne lutn or i-tn or uecemner.
The will of the late Guy Bennett has
been filed in the probate court at
Phenix. His sons in law, E. J. Ben
nitt and D. M. Barringer, are named
as executors. The will disposes of
property valued nt about $50,000, con
sisting for the most part of a ranch in
Yavapai county and city property in
Phenix. The will provides in the first
place for tho payment"of tho debts of
the testator, and then leaves the bulk
of the remaining property to the
widow. The children, however, are
remembered. Each one is curiously
bequeathed some article of personal
property, for instance, a horse,a watch
or Eome old silver, and after that there
is a more valuable gift of real estate.
The Phenix Republican announces
the death in Tucson on Thursday night
of Judge William H. Barnes. T!ie
news was received in Phenix by a
telephone message to Judge WTebstor
Street. It is stated that Judge Barnes
bad beon in usual health until yester
day after dinner hewas seized with a
sudden illness which became more and
moro acute until death ensued. Judge
Barnes came to Arizona as associate
justice of the territory under apnoint
mont from President Cleveland. Since
leaving the bench he has engaged in
mining to a considerable extent in ad
dition to practicing law and has been
very successful. His nominal home
was in town though the greater part
of his time, during -the past two years,
has been ipent in the east, on business
connected with the Greene Consolidat
ed Copper company. He was sixty one
years old and a widow and one daugh
ter, Mrs. J. H. Martin, of Tucson,
The Phoenix Republican tells the
following good story on N.C. Webater:
"It leaked out yesterday that S. F.
Webb, one of the democratic candi
dates for the assembly, was the victim
of mistaken identity on election day.
A democratic voter came out of the
Third ward precinct saying that for
the first time in his life he had
scratched bis ticket. He said be hated
to do it, but be could not possibly go
that fellow Webb. He wa3 a9ked if he
knew him, and be replied that he did
not, but he had seen enough of him to
satisfy any reasonable man that he
was not the kind of a man to be trust
ed with making the laws of the terri
tory. He said he had seen him all the
time hanging about tho cigar stand in
front of the Cabinet. Tho man to
whom he told this said that he had
uever seen Mr. Webb there in his life,
and ho was of the opinion that the
votor had got him confounded with
some one else. Later in the day the
voter pointed out tho man he had
scratched. He was N. C. Webster, the
railroad contractor, better known as
Reward! One Thousand Dollars.
A reward of one thousand dollars
(81,000) is hereby offered by the un
deraigned," for tho arrest and convict
ion of the person or persons who com
mitted the robbery of the county
treasurer's office at Prescott, Arizona,
on Tuesday, tho 8th day of November,
A. D., 1904. John Lawler
John H. Smith,
J. I. Gardner,
J. W. Wilson,
Dennis A. Burke,
A. J- Head,
M. J. Hickey,
E. A. Kastner,
P. L. Kastner,
(by E. A. Kastner)
, R. H. Burmister,
B. M. Belcher,
B. H. Smith,
John J. Hawkins,
A. A. Johns.
TOWNSHIP PLAT APPROVED.
Prescott, Arizona, Oct. 20, 1004
Notice is hereby given that plat of
survey of township 16 N. R. 5, west
has been received at this office and
will be officially filed November 25,
1904, at which time we will be prepar
ed to receive and act on applications
to make entries in said township.
Fen S. Hildretb,
J. M. W. Moore, Register.
We are sorry that Roosevelt wrote
that book on' 'The Strenuous Life" as
some people have evidently got in
their work on the treasurer of Yavapai
county on those identical lines.
Ana Belcher. Props.
West Side of Pbz
firerythiflg New & First Class.
HENRY BRINKMEYER Propriety
Oentrally Located Near the Plata.
flood Comfortable Ro ms
Table is Nicely Supplied.
And Prices Reasonable.
Bakery Attached to the Ilote;
PIE, BREAD AND CAKE
Delivered Promptly tt AH Parts City
W. T. HALL
North Cort8Z St., Near Depot.
General repairing of all kinds
including care of Automobiles
Bicycles For Sale.
Pianos, Organs, Ta.:rng Machines, Band
and Small Instrument Everything in the
Music Line from a JO. thistle to a Pipe
The Pianola, Self Flayer.
Lowest Prices, E. si. st Terms.
If you want a partic- . r make of instru
ments gat our prices b rote purchasing else
where. We sell the same article for less
money than any other dealer. Let us preva
il to you. Your terms are our ferms.
Latest popular hits at half price.
Redewill Music Co
Open all the year n round, located on the
highest and ctwlest spot i i the city,
dinrf n lwnnii(nl ifiv of thfi
mountain scenery- Special rates daring
I D. M. LINNASD.
With An Eye Open
to your appearance and comfort we solicit
your laundry work. We want you to look as
nice as you should, and as we can make rou.
There is a difference in
as you will learn after you give ours a trial.
You will know the satisfaction of immacul
ate linen as you have never known it before.
You will also experience the convenience of
having your work regularly called for and
Prescott Steam laundry
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