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WEDNESDAY GOT 19, 1S9S
jects of investigation
with tLi question.
J.C. JUKTLW Editor ai rroprfeti.r
For Delegate to Congress.
Col. Am O. BKO DIE,
Of The Rough Riders,
And Hero of La Quisina.
in connection which is not nut lu circulation in
Aru-'iia. By far lhe larger amount
' cos there. In this way. tho county
SOME I'ERTINENTSUGGESTIONS ? a gfeat big fit to tho OVVUer
Years ago, ? long that it has bean ; of tho mine. So far as mutual bfii
' alaiet forg.tt-u. the campaign slo-, efits are concerned, the credit side is
' caa of the dp:n . r;.t party iu this ' overwhelmingly in favor of tho
territory was "Mrrk Smith nod county. Yet no one begrudges the
statehood" (with sorghum seed ns a profit realized from the property,
side issue). Each succeeding cam- It is worth to tho owner, so far as
nmu for tea lone years the same ,, rrofits are concerned, a whole
1 - m j
. promise, "elect Mark Smith and he iQt more than $100,000,000 of gov
! will secure you statehood, has been , eminent bond9 would be. It n as
: m.de to the voters of the territory, j sessed for a paltry sum of a little
j Mark Smith was elected for ve!over S100.000, or scarcely for two
' . . - . 1 . , ..Urwil litia 111.? 1 . f I. . . ..t.Ain.4 s f ainifln
lwen securetl. -The statehood prop- month'-, outnut. These are cold
YAVAPAI COUNTY TICKET.
For the Tcisl3t
For the Iloe of Representatives
JOHXKTR'YAGGKX, E. D. TRLaiMYELL,
JOSEPH S. CALLES,
THOS. J. HOWELL,
S. E. BRIGHT,
For District Attorney
J. H. COLLINS.
For Probate Judge
"The Hero of San Juan."
For School Superintendent
JOHN C. FOREST.
A CATECHISM FOR COL. WILSON
ontion has at last been abandoned
and'Vilson and free silver" has
been substituted as the shibboleth
of the party. Will voters couture
to be deceived by this new cry or
will they vote for Col. O. A. Brddie,
as noble, as brave and as honest a
man as ever lived in tho territory,
and thereby help to secure that
most important boon of all, state-'bless
hood for the territory: uoes
one believe for an iustant that
facts and simply go to show nheie
tho selfish interests of the owuera
lie in this matter. It is not a mat ter
of Dolitics. it is a matter of cold
blooded business with this "Courier
styled republican management" to
try to get men of their liking in of
fice, and democratic voters are asked
to holp them in the scheme. Why,
our contemporary a innocent
any j 0d SOul, instead of attacking the
Col. j copper company, ono cannot but a J-
is electiou will secure the inure its sagacity and cold blooded
inage of silver, or even mater- ! selfishness in working for its own in-
lally aid in securing it! Doos any . tere&ts in this little game of politics,
one believe that he can secure state- j "Corporations are powerful sjy,"
hood for the territory? The first ) says our contemporary. This par
and most important thing for tho ' ticular one no doubt chuckles in its
territory is that or admission as a
state. Then, not only will she have
a vote in the lower houso of con
gress but will be also entitled to two
votes in the senate. Secure state
hood and then wo will be in a posi
tion to have a vote as well as a voice
in all questions of a local nature, as
well aa national. Until this is done :
all this sentimental gush about any j RIGHT MAN FOR THE POSITION
issue is simply a waste of so much
sleores every time it thinks about
how nicely it manipulated that
democratic convention and knocked
Jim Lowry off his political perch,
and saw Henry Ross drop from his
political pinnacle, scarcely knowing
what struck him. Sly! Well, we
should say so. Devilish sly.
wind, without being able to accom
plish anything. The territory might
elect forty free silver delegates to
congress at one time and they could
For district attorney the republi
cans of tho county have placed in
nomination a very able and compe
tent man in the person of J. H. Col
lins of Jerome. 31 r. (Jollins ib a
the territory now 13 statehood so
.. , .1 1 1 - Tl I
Col. Wilson had a tall on those 1 lB& -eu cuu" tu fa-
illegal bonds in the Enterprise of . ton t represent us can stand on an
Uct. a. alter denying m eu-. equal looiiug uu icpicscuwim-o
phatically the bas-less eton that j0f oth-ir sections of the country.
he gave othcial opinion layorame io
the bonds, he challenges the paper
asserting ' and the whole 'bread and
butter brigade to produce such an
As the Colonel did not talk into a
sound reproducing machine and
probably nevar did give a written
opinion on these bonis he feels per
fectly safe in issuing the abov.
challenge. R. E. Morrison, Um-b
district attorney of this rouuly, say.-
that Col. Wilson as attorney geuer
el did give him a verbal opinion on
the validity of these bands. He It
corrobarated by his, assistant dis
trict attorney at tht time. -
It is barely possible however that
Col. Wilson's meniorv is defective
and in order to refresh it we wiil
propound a few queries to him.
First -Col. Wilsjn, whn you
were attorney general of this terrij
tory did you have any conference
of any kind whatever with Kitchen
& Co., of New York, the holders of
a majority of-thee boa J-. 'ho sub
ject of sueh conf-rf-a.v jeiug the
validity o- 1 -alidu,. f said bonds?
Second D yc visirKitchen &
C .'i officio New l ork, during a
visit east when yu were attorney
Third Did you ever have any
correspondence with Kitchen & Co.
or their agnt in regard to these
Four' -If so do you think that
it could have been possible for
Kitchen & Co. to have reasonably
formed an impression, from any
thing you might have written or
said to them, that yon believed these
bonds were valid?
Fifth Now Colonel look
uo noining ",uu i thorough westerner having resided
XUe urat auu an uiuaui f rtm; A ,Tn
for several years in California prior
He held of
ficial positions in that state and ac
quitted himself in them in such a
way as to win tho admiration and
T ', respect of his political opponents.
overshadows tho question or free,''" .6 .
sdver as well as every other question, I and positive opinions on all ques
for so long as we remain a territory j tions and wl'o a-tingin accordance
our representative cannot vote on j with his convictions of duty, justice
any question. Now then who, in all ' and SK be never attempt to in
candor. stands the best show to se-1 terfere in any way with the convic
-ure thi? Col. Wilson, who is not ! tions or opinion of others. In cth
only antagonistic to the national er worda, he is broad gauged and
idmiistrnt.oa politically, but who .liberal in his dealings with bis fel
;as persona'.iy antagonized a great Iow men. willing to accord to all
jiauy senators and representatives others the S3tne privelege or liberty
by trying to use them as his tools of thought and action that he eier
iu an effort to retain himself in of-. cises himself. He is a learned law
fice,orCjl. O. A. Brodie, the repub-jyer. a logical thinker and a very
lican candidate, the man who from ' fluent and eloquent speaker, quali
his political associations, as well as ' ties which are requisites to success
from the prestige he gained during; in his profession,
the recent war, will bo in harmony ' During his residence in this cun
with the administration, and will be j ty he has demonstrated his ability
able to s cure able assistance from ; as a lawyer on numerous occariong
prominent and influential citizens ! by the success he has achieved for
outside of congress to accomplish bis clients,
Let the voters of
This office is a very important one
to the taxpayers. Tho district at-
carefully consider these .questions ! torney is the legal adviser of the
dispassionately and calmTy rather : board of supervisors. Claims against
than to be carried away by a whirl- tne county, if there is any question
wind of passion and prejudice on 1 to their validity, are referred to
any question, and then cast their 1 him. All legal matters pertaiuing
votes conscientiously and according ! to tne county's interests must be
to their best judgment and there passeu upon oy aim. ine prosecu
will be no fear of the result. 1 Uou OI 811 criminals devolves upon
Just ask yourselves if ever a sin- h5m aml il is 3,1 important that the
cle promise made by democratic I m3a 1700 fiIIs the position should be
ortaors or democratic papers have i possessed of such ability that no re-
been fulfilled after election. , tainer fees should be paid to anyone
Ask vousselve whether tho partv ; to assist bim- A11 of theso require
or its candidate is in any position : men,s are happily combined in Mr,
this year to come auv nearer fulfill-' Collins tnd taxpayers will be voting
mg its promises than it has in the . for their own oe5t interests by cast-
vara tit i"g tboir vote for J. H, Collins for
The same appeals are being made distri' 1 attorney.
to vour prejudices, but after you '
have cast your votes, should success 1 JOHN BURNS FOR SHERIFF.
your press letter book lor liyb ana ! attend their efforts, wh3t evidence The most serious charee that has
see it you can see a copy ol a letter . or even reasonable hope have you ben broueht acainst John Burns.
that those things promised you will the republi;an candidate for sheriff,
be realized? None. Absolutely thus far, is that he once worked for
none. j the United Yerde and Pacific rail-
There is a reasonable possibility , way company, which is an offshoot
at least, that with the election of I and a protege of the United Yerde
na not one of them but would sac-
rafice evou life for him if need be.
Colonel Brodie will bo in tho terri
tory in a day or two and will see our
citizens so far as possible, and will
ask for their support in tho coming
electiou. He is a mau worthy of
their most hear. v support and so
a . paco protocol la being prepar- tho chief position in the govern
ed fo r tftdae hostilo Minnesota In mentofthis land. Ho has been
dians. soverely criticised by many, and es-
Coi3irodre is meeting with a rog- penally by the yellow journals of
ulac omtion at every town he visits, tho country, for many things that
Tho rs no doubt of his election.
Tk football season opened in
rr I VT V 1 . . ... ...
true is this that should tho territory 7 wuoui ng,e 'aiauty
fail to -lect him the fact would setl recorded as somotning re
us back manv a year in the recogni
tion we want as a people at Wash
he was not responsible for, but tho
results have proven that he made no
mistakes as commander-in-chief of
the military and naval forces of our
Republicans who get their news ti,ft filo,,;nn nr f.ni nrnA-,n lhara
SPECIALS TO THE
Denver, Oct. 17. A sleet blizzard
is raging east of here, leiegrapn
is no tele-1
ington. But tho people of Arizona "oni trustworthy sources are satis- reas0nable probability of Arizona bo-
will elect Colonel Brodie. That ky- hed with the outlook for tho con- in admitted to statehood, whereby
ally to the nation's interests that greaionals electons. four yotos jQ conrr6M cou,d
la1 Uam first Inln th firtlil MCTAirivt I IIThe deirren of Doctor nt r jw wnal..1 1 ti .11 I rab,nK ta8L
a 1 " tuiro kuciumici uu an uueiuuus ,11 j mi
C ....,:., h.rK.rllrn.nnnt lail ttmm mmfHrnwl nn PlMillflllt MnlTinla, in ... . i ttllBS Bll UOWD. X
"fJU,ou -'-"""'j v-"""" . "."ij.r 1 pcnaiuiuy LkJ uur local interests asi. n.:n r,rr,mt.n;f;nn tnHr frnm
ou m uu an uauuusi auaire. 10 - 1 . Tr ah
her citizens to lay aside the imple- It is probable that tho most aota- elect WTilaon then nothing is gained LJL . l
J innri . . .1.. m . . . I IBM.
m iaw, may oe a orana new French non. 10 elect iirodio puts us in lino
throne and King. for promotion to statehood, and if
A rooster in Nogales was recently h6011"1' Kvos us three votes in con
struck by lightning and lost all his Zre,. v i11 voters be governed by
tail feathers eicent two. Th,i , Pr?J"'ce in tho matter or will they
. ,". "I vote so mat tno territory can be
wuai wm aappau 10 ijoi. usou 1 benefitted?
NmrAintwr R. I
r-rt-T .. .. Democratic papers find it a pretty
Dr. Jack Frost u getting in hu flsm-,.! v . wk .M..
has many stronc influences in the ?rk 0Q yelIow feV6r m Mississippi. of tho aueat;on. tw VOI1 CAn.. fool flying the American flag this after-
w 1 iit: ? . . . .1 a w j 1 m . . . .
th.t will n-nrir .;, him mn " nBa " cornea to Knocning out yel-lfK i r u i. ,.i: I noon. The natives are dery entnu-
; rf u trinH &nH wimM.iiv jack there is no aeoncy so dow- Mn.iKi;nfl .4 u : siastic orer the chance. General
1. M UU. ,Ml TU M. U U . i . I .U.JUUlll.UU. llllll .11. .llllrl I 111111 I
- I r. .1 1 r -.in . 1 w
ments of peace and go forth in tho
defense of humanity. Arizona's
record for loyalty and prompt ac
tion in the war with Spain has given
her people a reputation second to I
none and they do not propose to
mar that reputation now at the de
mand of mere politicians. Colonel
A. O. Brodie is an able, capable man
for delegate to congress; a man who
San Juan, Porto Rico, Oct. 18.
At noon today the United States
took formal possession of the island
of Porto Rico. The transfer of sov
ereignty of this rich island was
made with very impressive ceremon
ies. All crovernment buildings tori
tho first time in their history are
a man who will be able to make "a erful nd effective as Jack Frost.
state out of the territory as certain- The first attempt to mix W. A
in t !! !
trvinir to frfohtan th tvnnl frnm oko wm remain in control unui
1 " . X I . . J
doing so on account of the moral a mui. 17 &ornor u appointed tor
lv as he is sent to congress and for Clark up with politics in this coun- effect. They are trvintr to hold on tae iflland
Arizona to be a state means general J was when the Courier mentioned to both horns of the nolitical di- Constantinople, Oct. 18. The Im-
prosperity for every interest in the h"1 very favorably and flatteringly emnr. and ia doine so they make . penal yacht Hohenzollern, with the
territory. The uncertainty of our lor United btates senator from An- ludicrous spectacle of themae s. emperor and impress oi uermany
laws, the uncertainty of our courts, 0- If Col. Brodie isjelected, and state- on board' "rijed at the Dardenelles
will pass away as statehood oomes Careful inspection of reports hood is secured, a congressman atd yesterday.
to us and capital will seek us anew from all the congressional districts two senators could do a whole lot of San Francisco. Oct. 18. Eight
.nH fnr nnrnniu. nt rmr Huninn. miVn it Mtmnthw ,. ik. cooil fnr Arizona. Tf Wilmn in hundred troops embarked on the
I'"--- - vw.w.jr- Wuuw .uu .c-1 " -- - . t ... . ,
ment rather than to simply secure publicans will elect a majority of elected, he can do absolutely noth- iP senator toaay ana at a
loans. Let us elect Colonel Brodie; the next House. Whether it will ng for silver, nor can ho secure o'clock sailed for Manila. They are
we cannot afford todo less. Herald' be a larger or smaller than the ma- statehood so that future ropresenta- the ond Oregon infantry and
ioritv in tho present House will rle- tives could have votes and could Ji- battery u, of the California heavy
IT WAS A SELFISH MISSION. Ptnd upon the result of the nfTnrtu rect them so that thev would bene-Priul"rJ"
"Col. Wilson's valiant fieht to get out the full republican vote, fit the commonwealth of. Arizona. If f.?80,-
against the confirmation of McCord p-ong those efforts. Thela that democrat no,as Z
wasananti-illegalbond fight," says A Madrid telegram says that the 7 u 7' thU i4 W(l r X
. . i rt t . - i Lio.i limn 1 1 aiNivii HVHrvr n l n i" . VB HV "
ttieL-ouner. Everybody in the ter- apanisn government is chagrined at . .. . J. . fj,tt nt.in. ;ta
t2?3 F5 I t
oa will find o'.ji rouwn
each tWOOV,n"r: ;ri f
bago! iilat-'.T .
Buy a bi-' i .
Lratrd tol r. : . , rr.-;.! Le
conpon wLir'i ;;iV", 2i-t
of valuable p'-.-'crir: r cl bow
POLITICS and BAD!
Notwithstanding all tho excitement of the recent political caajai
finds us in the midst of one of the most successful seasons
experienced, and this on the face of a general cry of h&i&
times and business depression heard on every haa
How do we account for it? There are two an
swers to that question. One is we buy direct
from the manufacturers at liOUh. BOT
TOM CASH PRICES and thereby .
save middlemen's profits.
And the other is our sales have grown to such enormous sue, .Ma
large quantities of goods we dispose of daily are so mucb-ahow
k our expectations tnatve can weu anord to sell goods oa a
small margin, especially. We have no losses whatever
and no accounts to carry, as we do a strictly cash
business. Wise buyers will keep these
facts in mind and see where it is to
their interests to bur.
l a all! f 1 A m
ritory Knows mat Vol. V llson s gal- "e reiusai oi ino Americans to as
lant fight against the confirmation sume the Cuban and Porto Ricau
of McCord had nothing to do with debts. Wonder what that country
bonds legal or illegal. According expects anyway? For this country
to his own admissions in Washing- to spend a few hundred million in
ton he was sent there by a syndicate licking her and then pay her debts
from Phenix for purely selfish and fr the satisfaction of having done
personal ends. Governor Franklin, 801
is not a Price List, bat Merely a Few of Oar
Tailor-made suits, per
does not know that Col
pnnld nninrfi,a f Washington, Oct. 16. It is ex
silver in the east, us he would havo Pected that the decision of the sec
no vote. There is not a man either roUrJ of navy that all the vessels
who does not know that Col. Brodie purchased during the war bo re-
could not hurt the cause if he the navy will jCauso a boom hJS'AU- Wi'fS
wanted to, and who does not also a American snip uuuding. xnere ....$1.50 up
know that he would not if he could. 13 now an unusual demand lor snips Ladies' Dress Shcos, m button
. ..5.00 Up
Ladies' Wrappers Calico,
Fanuelette, Outing Flannel
and Eiderdown, from 50c up
Ladies' Belts, gilded, silver-
lzed and kid, from zoc to 5uc
lreasurerTom Farnish and other A few democratic papers in the iiBpnMhnnf)nfif tft tha tarr; flying tho American flag and the and lace, from
democratic officials thought that if territory ary trying to make it ap- torr nlhar thnh .u, . extending commerce of tho United v --.v75c. toS5.00a pair
ni v;u iiii 'i wiT.c. , u States makes a scarcity of shins. ""u".a'J"uco'
i: u - . I Tk . i ... I " ' I ... . " 1 iu uuimju, iruiu o wo, u
LuuL.mnuuu, iuo aupoiuiuiBuv io cuauu iu sruH m mis way i.: . t i tt. I wasnineton. uct. la. xne auar-l v. a . 1 1 eim
. . . , .... . -IftUlMUUlVUltUlCa i-UOU I f UtU I w I." .WU. J VVF ............ A.W
wouio nang nre lor several months no douot is from the fact that he ao.am8t their own intere-ta or rntn termaster's department of the army From 11 to 2 SL25
, n rl Ihnp nAl4 i . M I. n 1 .1 n .11 A : I .lw ' I. ... I rTft .1 1 I 3 "
ransoort a reasona-l abb aooye can oe nau in
nranti . spring or high heel.
... . - . I ..... - -MBBWW A 44VSUU II
lact and mstory, and trying to boost m addition to the republican vote
Wilson into congress by making and a fair sprinkling of democrats.
him a self-sacrificing martyr in this Wevler in nlnttincr in ,ri
is too thin. The action of h ommnf f c.; nri.:i
, .. m . , . ... I D - v,i uMotu. II una
uauiucraiic ouiciais in mis mailer a i,.
IT PUZZLES THEM.
" A yote for Brodie is a yote to I
endorse the gold platform," says our
r'raDUM TLftl t J Tirij oi -
to American soldiers ,n Manila. The -ZL Vna Z n
aroauioi niu uo Misiieu iruiu oou
Fa. IJ ,
fr tu;. Atrn sal fiat, a:, I T " "'V' aemocratic inenas.
.w..M... ou j.u.p -tne present Spanish officials, as be-
info ho. T)..a t I ? 1 l 1 a
PHSlfid prPAf m.nr mnnr!. t . " . . " i,ul 0rUU,U mi 00 aDe lO Secure
ru a x. iween tnem and the ex-Cuban statehood for the territory.
the time, and thnr tenrn nn inntan U . . ... ... ... I vuo wimuij,
; t;, 'i'U u. I r tom ?mcner' lDe,r JmPat"e will pre- -You can't fool those eastern peo
mlU0u uuook lusumo, " flnmi ntfl 1 rf ir f., f .. !- -.L-1 . . . -
son went to Washington in the hopes f " J pie, M iney Know Arizona is lor iree
of being able to hold on to his iob. ... BlUer 13 the inconsistent reply re-
I Vnfin ii.:. 1 1 i I J
Ho fa ed. and mad himsAlf iK ,ulli",ui lmnH5"au. UJ oiew-
- " - - n.i t, i i , ., ... . i mi .I . . .. ..
lug voj. xrouie, wnicn tney will do, xney start out Dy asserting that
will save Col. Wilson the humilia- Brodie s election would be an en
early in November. Friends of the
soldier boys who wish to forward
boxes of gifts can correspond with
the quartermaster general.
New York, Oct. 18. A Herald
dispatch from Washington says the
stock and perfect in every
detail, from SL25 to $2.00
Infants' Selected Kid Mocca
sins, trimmed with silk rib
bons, at. 25c per pair
Ladies' Ribbed Underwear.
fleeced lined, all sizes
.25c a garment
laughing stock, both of congress
men and senators, as well as of his
democratic friends at home.
STATEHOOD THE DESIDERATUM.
A Biblical expression might be
paraphrased to suit the present po
litical conditions in Arizona as fol-
& ft m , . I rinrtamanf r K r .vl rt 4 ,1 1
vion oi ueing reierred to by con- "" r?, V aiouua.,u strencth-of the Soanish arrisor, in
gressmen and senators asthatman XrtJ1" H Havana is about ioWW evenly di-
. - I B-ru uU-u& btu ClUk ailll t 11111 I I II II VI . .
Wilson who made a trip to Wash- saying you can't fool tho?e people
ington in 1897 to get us to help him as they know Arizona is for free ail-
keep his job as attorney general of 7er Un wnat inconsistency of ar
Arizona." Thi rorm
tification of Col. Wilson, if he should
war department has received a de- eavy ribbed, hair wool at...
tailed description of the fortifica- .-.-50c a garment
, - Tho same, in all wool, at
tions of Havana. Besides others $1.00 a a garment
there are 45 new guns. They are We also have a fine Lamb's
principally Hontoria and Ordenez.1 wool, in black, garnet and
There are a few Krupps. TheL Pure white, at.. $LoO per garment
iaoies- Jjress aKirts, in Jo du-
vided between the regulars and
fonnt af m l CiTi
oeorjleTof tho e-wt nrt vrinH nn Kr Havana is aoout iuu.uw, evenly di- t-" j , ; up
peopiek" tne ea3l.aa? w,na UP ?J rlHn,! Kflf ron ha Uir Misses and Children's Keadv-
aiaae cresses, an tcis year s
styles, from 5 to 15 years,
from 1.25 uo
Heavy Comforters ana Blank
ets, from 6oc up
written by you August 10. 1S96, to
Kitchen & Co, in which the follow
ing language occurs:
"Mr. Morrison has also consulted
me, (not on the receipt of your let
ter nowever;, and ne Knows my , L-ol. urooie, siateuood can be se
opinion for it has been plainly giv-' cured. With this much accomplish-
en him. and his attention has been
called to the lanktoa county case
decided by the Supreme Court of
the United States involving mat-er
bixtu II you h-.l a letter, as
above, will you state whether that
was the time Mr Al rrio i cl ms to
have consulted you officially, but
which vou recently stated was only
a private talk ami if the Yanktou
county case was eitxi in sup
port of the position you took on
these bonds, or was it cited to show
that the supreme court of the
United State- was in error in its
findings in thi case!
Th syllabus of tiie Yankton
oounty cas rfcired to ..bov read?
"(Joogres may legislate for Ter
ritories as a State does for its mu
nicipal organizations It has full
and complete legislative authority
over the people of the Territories
and all department of the Terri
"The Act of Congress of May 27,
1372, validated the bouds of Yank
ton Couuty issued to the Dakota
Southern Railroad company.
"Congress may not only abrogate
laws of the Territorial Letftlfttures.
but it may legislate direct , r the
"It may r1-.; a rmd ar of the
Territorial L-gi-i valid and a
valid act void."
SeventhDid vou evtfr revive a
letter dated at Now York, Xovem
ber 21, lsVfi, from a gentlf man re p
resontintf Kit.hen .t Co., in which
Candor compels us to admit the
ed possibilities for accomplishing j truth of this too, but he quit that
something something tangible by employ voluntarily several months
A second charge
future representatives, is secured
Yote then according to reason 3nd
honest conviction .
-lu the desperation of its cause,
th- rep blicau .1. M. proceeds to at-
. . u .i. . . r
theUnitel Yerde copper company, (above corporation would have no
hODintr to deceive soniubodv. - i "8 ior nim as snenu.
C - - mf
but not openly made is that the
above company is supporting him
for sheriff. This one is absolutely
false, as Mr. Burns is not a man
1 1 .mm
wno couio be used as a tool oi any
individual or corporation, hence the
Another very senseless charge, one
almost too silly to be worlnv ot no
tice, which was first made against
The above is what might lie called
rich. ''Republican management of
the Unit u Yerde copper company," i him by the Jerome News, but which
when everybody miws that W. A ' has siuce beeu echoed by the demo
C'ark is a deuo.rat, and ha re- cratic paper of IVescott, is that he
ceived favorable mention from the is a portly man, hence should not be
Courier for United States senator elected. This of course needs no
from Aiizjua. "Attack" is equally , mention otherwiso than to call at-
a misnomer in this case. Tho "re-1 tention to the straits of desperation
publican J. M." has made no attack ' his opponents are in wi.na they have
on any one connected with the cop
per company, republican or demo
crat. It has said ..hat the fiat has
has gone forth from the powers that
be there to vote for the democratic
nominee for sheriff, district attorwej
and supervisors, and by the election
to resort to such a silly charge.
Mr. Burns is a veteran of the civil
war and ever since being mustered
out of the army in 1S64, has spent
his time in the great west. He
freighted into Prescott away back
in tho sixties, was in business in
of these four will insure the appoii.t-' Colorado and also fought Indians
ment of an assessor. The controllii ' m that country, and served in the
power of the copper company has 3 sheriff's office in Wyoming.
perfect right to express his prefer- In railroad matters he worked bin
ences lor candidates. I bis the way up oy nis energy and attention
Jocrxal-Mineb ha so s'ated. There to business from a brakemau to tho
is no attack about that. If the bal-1 position of superintendent. He i?
ance of th county want the copper' fearless and brave in the discharge
company to manipulate govern-; of any duty devolving upon him
mental affairs of this county, the and bis years of experience makes
proper thin? to do is to vote for ; him thoroughly competent
lows: ''Seek Th first thn unrAhimnlr
of statehood for Ariznn. nH everget to Washington as delegate
other things will be added to your After making five campaigns on .foll.owtlDB f a lisL ot letters deafness, and that is by constitu-
i ttt;,, . . j ... il . . . f , remaining in the Prescott postoffice tional remedies. Deafness is caused
want. W ith Arizona admitted as the question of statehood for the f- i. ,i: r .Ti.- ir i. o.j " ry?7i"
Deafness Cannot be Cured
By local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the! Calico, 20 different patterns.
ear. mere is only one way to cure I 5c a vara
3 ? 1 i i I
A good heavy Outing Flaand,
at...... -...20 yards for Ej
Dark grade and light colors t
in natural grey, from
Men's Underwear, heavy rib-
bed and well made, per ear-
ment f...M. a
The same in natural wool,p
The same in all pure vooi
material, gray only, per m.
These garments wonM k
hard to duplicate anywhere "
in the territory for the price.
Boy's School Suits, sizes 5 to
12 years SL25au
Boy's and Youth' Dress Suits. "
in gray, dark brown and
navy blue, at ?2.25 and$2hj
Boy's and Youth's Combina
tion Suit, each comprising
double breasted coat, two
pairs pants and cap to
match, strictly all wool, at
Uoy's ivaee Pants, good and
heavy, at a
Boy's Pants, ;m neat striped
The same in heavy Cordu
roy, best goods for wear, at-
Ihe same in heavy wool
navy blue Jersey cloth, at.. IM
Boy's caps 5
Rnr's tnra KaMap Tin) niwip 91
Boy's caps, extra quality "TujR
Boy's crush hats, in navj blue, &
uars grey and seal orown. .
Extra heavy Eiderdown, in all
the popular shades, pink,
blue, old gold, seal brown
and cream, at 35c a nf
a state and three votes in congress, territory our democratic friends 1893:
she will be in a position to do some- DaTe dropped that subject and tak- Allen, Tom
thing towards advancing her own en up a cry which they think will Adams, G- H
Austin. Mrs. A
. . , . mi ., ... . . 1 ,.Bludsow. C W
lij au ljucawuua ui uakiuuai 1U1- I vaui.o vuac vuoj UlUUUb tUUl till 1 JjOllliaD UaS
portance. as a territory all the we people all tne time with the same I Brown, Kobt
shouting that any party can do camPa,KQ cry. Hence the change Bishop, K Z
innnts fnr nnf din I Of tactlCit. honincrfn frvol thnm trith Bucy, W It
r-Mo ; n a nw nn.. Ber, Mrs S F
"b'"' I lUclnr li V
wm. ri wn I r, ..... . ... I r . J
miiu unsuu iu congress aoain nnnn it. imnnuih tn h?i Kinnir
cous lining of the Eustachian tube.
When this tube gets inflamed, you
nave a rumbling sound or imperfect
hearing, and when it is entirely
closed, deafness is the result, and
unless the inflammation can betaken
out and this tube restored to its
normal condition, hearing will be
Baker, Mrs M E destroyed forever; nine cases out of
Bayless, H T ten are caused by catarrh, which is
Barries. E P notning but an inflamed condition
Blackford. N of the mucous surfaces.
Alvord, J A
Adams, Mrs C
Allen, F. J.
Bennett, G A
statehood is out of the Question mount from hr "hio-h hnnu" f Bonauette -Mrs K Bouchard. Mr We will give One Hundred Dol
even the colonel himself, we think past prestira and faoe condition m Buckley, Fred Brown & Co J A ars for any case of Deafness (caused
will admit this
T T I -tr. rm
tt;. rrmn,). . I ttt:.i. . urown, jonn urown. u u
......uwv.. aw vuoj ui "ms). itu uer navy Trown T? T Ttrntt-n r
wiped off the face of the sea, and Brown. Mvra E CanellS. C.h
With the election of Col. Brodie, with her army vanquished in Porto Chicago Portrait Clinesmith, F
admission is both possible Rico, Cuba and the Philippine L Clayton, Miss
and probable. We do not islands, she still insists as a con- chubb Mrs M P Case J H
claim that it will be absolutely cer dition of peace terms, that the n;i,..,n t tt n' n i n
'o,u "u" " u" viaiiu mai mo unuea o taies assume ner Uuban I JJavenport, u M
chances are yery much better than debt and permit her to retain the Thos
with a mau not in harmony politi- Philippine islands intact. "i
cally with the administration or Tt ... . 4: 1 Duprez,Ida
1 uuiuiA.iaii; legislature i ubuCu, JOnn
with the majority in congress. that passed the first tax emntinn Uw Damick. Geo
making taxless railroads a possibili- uret' J P
ty in Arizona. Tho biU was signed ST.1 "
by a democratic governor too. All Ellis. D
tho shouts they make about the Fisher, F G
"taxless" should be directed against Grimes, O B
the party making such things pos- g'idewell, Jas
aible rather than against the crea- garner A M
tors, produced by the law of such Hardey'.W R
property. Hurley, Neal
A Phenix paper in commenting
by catarrh) that cannot be cured by
TT.I1. i I. n c 1 r "
1 iian a uauuiu uuiDi OOI1U lUi 12 11-
F. J. Cheot & Co.,
Yuma couuty democrats have
nominated E. S. Ives, of the much
condemned prison contract fame, as
their candidate for the council.
Now, why does not every democratic
paper in the territory, which has been
howling about this nefarious prison
contract, stand on its hind legs and
issue a mournful howl about the
Hughes prison contract. Justimag
ine Colonel Wilson, who went to 00 001 Wil80n'8 Pecn in Phenix jurad0 Frank
Washington to defeat McCord for B8ys that Uthe candidate did not get Kersch, John
governor, on account of that so joo r Vn
called "infamous cnntrct ntxndin his ar8ument." This is a remarka- ln J, .B
on tho same platform and running PIe ahovrinK for CoL Wilson, and Mary
for office side by side with one 0f I demonstrates that he is progressive. Ludwig, J F
the parties to that contract. Even DunnK previous campaigns in which Minser, Mrs L
ne nas participated the clos- pioje JH's -
est be ever reached tn th liVinf ?teri -f'
Davison, E P
Downing, Mrs M
Uuprey, E- W
Douglas, J E
Dogget, F E
Edmonson, S A
Foster, M J
Farris, J C
Grim, L E
Hall, Mr A
Harrell, W P-2
Howe, Mrs S
Heath, J W
King, H W-2
Kennedy, S S
Kiner, G E
Lee, C W
Martin, J M
Moreis, G T
Sold by Drugirists, 75c,
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Prescott and Eastern Excursion.
our democratic contemporary of
rrescoit nas not been neard to re-1 "luo ilillor G H
... . . . i nraianr ttm w t rr i
mark anything of that "infamous t T . Jeuerson. Martin, J T Martin, R W
business" of late. Political consts- ,TDBa DB succeeded in passing the Miller, Henry Monroe. Miss C
tencv is not a democratic iftwel revolutionary period he was thought Plll?, W McLaughlin, L F
arir. ; ii to be makme orettv trood time. atcureary, w ti Alcvey, J C
u... uj tMuoiii uu-1 j i fi-.,i n T -V- , I
wcKanis, ai n
Peterson, L J
Between 150 and 200 Deoole vis
ited Mayer yesterday on the occa-
r f il . . .. , .
Bion oi tne initial excursion over the
Prescott & Eastern railroad to cele
brate its completion. Tha train,
which consisted of two combination
cars, two regular passenger coaches
and private car number 93, left
Prescott at 8:30 a. m.. arriving at
Mayer at 10:30.
Many of the excursionists carried
their lunch with them, and upon
the arrival of the train there thov
Bcauerea out over tne bills in little
groups, the principal place of in
terest, Deing tne onyx quarries,
wmcn, at present, are lying idle.
Lunches were partaken of and nlmlU
P laiten in tne immediate vicmitv un.
w ..I ,,,
in one o'ciock, wbon the start on
the return trip was made. Thn trio
and the little outine seemed to h
enjoyed by an. The track of the P.
& E. is a marvel for a new road, as it
has been surfaced uo until it in snKii
and as smooth as an old road. Th
Murphy, Mrs E M , aa was opened for traffic on Satur-
Merritt, Mrs S j 7t na u already commencing to
uu 4UH0 a UU31UH3S.
THE NEW YOBK S
MORE IEW JEWELEI!
Mr. A. W. Crawford, my Phoenix manager, is now in Neir
York buying goods for the HOLIDAYS. It won't pay yon to
send away for CHRISTMAS PRESENTS Ibis year. I wfll
have an JIMMENSE stock of all the LATE DESIGNS in
SOLID GOLD AND SILVER NOVELTIES.
GEO. H. COOK'S
JEWELER, PRESCOTT, ARIZONA.
- J.iT.JO LUUiUiHLH.
H. COOK'S OPTICAL DEPARTMQT
The latest and most approved appEKS5
accurate eye testinsr. e"Evo Tested Fi
O. A. BESLA, Opthalinic Oph'ciaa.
J A ATT17Ti Or Branca lansr k
Y X AUU eiery City or Tom on
iMBHHHHn Salary or Commission
HUNTER tahobing COj
313-317 WT. 5th St., CINCINNATI, O. !
Pants 53.00 to 59.00) MADE ( tWFit Guaranteed and
Suits S10.00 to S40.00V TO Garments kept in Bepiir
Shirts and Mackintoshes. ORDER for one year free of charged
RTSamples and Self Measure Blanks Sent by H&il. J2
though. Sincerity is equally
rT i n t
known to democratic politics. To -ne election of Brodie means an pjatt W S
b9 sincere one will naturally be con- endorsement by Arizona of the gold Prescott, H
sistent The taxless S. F. P. & P. is standard, but you can't fool the Richmond, E L
one thing, while the United Verde people of the east by making them Rrk w
& Pacific railroad, enjoving the priy- believe that Arizona is for free sil- sSuTai
ileges of tax exemption also, ver 18 tne inconsistent illogical ar- Sullivan, W
but owned by the Hon. W. A. Clark, Knient used by democracy this Smith, G H
of Montana, who is a possibility aa a ?ear. Ihe first assertion is made to ontag, Mr
" la t
Potts & Co J A
uiss JUary iS. Wilkina' new nnM
is the humorous storv of an nn.tn.
uaio cuy woman wno attempts
iurm a quiet village and ri
the people up to the latest fad
tne town, it is called "The .Tma-
S Silver City
ds of v
Grant Co., iTew Meo
,: m i i this .s
. ; vumuiDutcu in i v " v s juj. v v xixuivLiL i.
ne i v aa
Sage, C W
tt ... VTThrsa
their candidate?. If they do not,
then let them vote against their
"My pf-!l ar about forwarding ! special favorite. This is the whole
state of Arizona, is another horse Bfdfei while the latter is made in Varmoy.'AA
of entirely different color. A prison au 0"eujP' to prove mat ne cannot Wade, M J
contract executed bv Hiiphiw. hut secure statehood. Put together thev Willis, W B
are verv incondiatent. hut tht Ana. Watson. Geo
m ji buo j wa TTT! f pv
Urrllnrr Ut. Clnamn- (n J : nnt oonnt. in Hamnnntin . ' ' 1"im!) -f
" UU1UIUUI JILUUIU, IB I oinumoui, I
ipetent and i infumnnc i,t ih.n iriih nr. t. I t u .. . .. yy iisqn, aewe
qualified to fill the position of sher- J the other party to the contract on re-union of the Alumni Association Tho?n Misi
their seou.. ies for coavrsioH.
Yavapai county will honor her-
Nooct-a- self by electing him to the
Th,-1 propo;tioii in t mit shell
points of o.ir last conveisntion art-jion for attackiug anybody on the , position. John Burns will onor
very fresh iu my amorr, and 1 ; proMition. It is n businoes propo- the position by the faitnful and ef
trust th3t you will K-od ycnir kind i sition in which voters can take their ficient manner ij which he will dis
offiei? to th expediting of the bu?- choice charge the duties of the office,
iness."' i The United Verde copper com-
Eighth If such a letter was re i pany is a big institution, tho largest BRODIE, THE MAN FOR OELE
eive3, n'n..t wr the points ,f that in the county. It puts a whole lot ' GATE.
Tower, T W
Wilson, Mrs M
White, G T
Wookis. Mrs C
Wilbur, W F
leeter, J E
the next isaim nf tho 1 .,diiu tt
Journal. It Will have Mrs. Alwalthra:wnlm&njuame!it of DI B. Oillette. Jr. Mr-It.thi intention
jiciuoin, ui uLTgeiT ucieaee uue capacity or tne plant and cqmp U wim eraj u
tor " ncoeeefal and cheap treatment ot oree and concentrate.
Consignments and Correspondence Solicited.
Advances will be made on Ores.
cover p j.u -t .at ar-legitimate bus. 'rt!;vr the vaults, of its owner, ' in" the boys he led before Las Quasi- pate in this year's campaign.
moucuiuuouv, kii.net noil, luanfl UI IBB UQlTenilV OI IDS OOUtD. TB-l SPANISH LIST
different. It certainly does seem cently held at Washington. Hon. Aguilar, F Anchando. M
as if the independent voters of this Hilary A. Herbert, of Alabama, who CastNo, C-2 Giovanni, O
territory would tire of the glar- served for years as a democratic pK i. t ,
mg inconsistencies of their leaders congressman, and who was secre- Romaries J SrfJS) G
and would be teachers and realize tary of the navy durintr the lf ' s.rc n. '
the hollowness of their professions. Cleveland administration, paid this Please call for advertised ltfo
tribute to President McKinlev: T.e w
U71I 1 t? . . mj. iT.aiuu.
The throwing overboard of the Aue'wP,B01 tma country nave Postmaster,
Chicago platform by .the democrats of I president and in t
Phoenix, Arizona, Oct. 15, 189S.
The Prescott Junior FvnfK.ll
Association : Sirs: Your challenge
c Kouic ui luumaii en rut n iiu4
on Thankstrivine dav bv Tnnr ta.m
Zimmerman.Flo'a vs. Phoenix junior team, is accepted.
xuu iu oe uoing our team a
favor by informing your manager
that I would be pleased
correspondence with him relative to
mo piaying oi said game.
prompt reply would oblige
Very truly yours, '
t i , ,Mgr. Phoenix team.
wcs oox ioi.
WHOLESALE DEALER L
Fine Kentucky Whiskeys
A full line of WINES and CIGARS for the General Trad
Sole Dealer in W. J. LEMP'S Brewing Co. Draught and Bottled i"
Th t Ij i. , T ,uur"'e Lionel uroaie is one oi those in several eastern states, Connecti- face of the wofk done by President cott, died very uddeniv at El Paso
TheJ .rxvM-.-ilisEa n dsire year, and in this respect is beneficial men who deserts no friend and who out, Now Jersey and New York, may McKinley and the deeds accom- yesterday morning ? She will bo
to misr.-prs at Colonel WiUon on to the county. An immense amount could never be an ingrate. He forms I have convinced Col. Bryan that it pHshed by him during the last six membered here in connection with
mi uuh-i q .uoa or oa any wner oi inooey is tafcwi out during the strong attachments as is evidenced ! will be wiser for him to retain his
question Tu, abov inquiries year that is put in the pockets, or bv his friends in tho territorv and I colonel's cnmrniwiinn h to n.rfi.
A. Blumberg, of the
monlUE, 1 tniUK 1 am lUStlbed in thn nnnntrnntinn nf tha. C.0M
saying, and I say it from the bot- hospital as she was Vflrr lnrclii in.
I torn of my heart, that they made no strumental in securing the building
mistake when they elected him to of this institution.
Sister Gertrude, formerly of Pres- Store has a bu1ineM in "l
sueot the JoDpAi,-MEiEa to which
attention is directed. While it is
:?SHS,?? Te. there
lfl mnra Ima i -1 1, ii .. .
j,l '"aa pontics in it
and the advantage of trading at th
New York Storels fully set forth in
tho prices given.
WM. CLAYPOOL, Lessee.
Bovers ot AU CUccea of