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e crry am mm
u.i.. -I DkmII nnri lh 5!tir.
i iia w. . ...
a tf tnmt
left fr Glebe
rn. BA.EHR lor bous painting
paper gauging, leiepnone
ben 16S nd 9".
Catholic picnic tomorrow.
W. Creiger left for Leadrillo V-
be congregational church held a
ic today at Fowl o: tiooss.
omorrow will be ex9urien daj
i. Matthews left far DeTr this
rof. G. A. Tread well carae up
Phenix this morning.
M Hale of St. Joseph. MOh u
D. Graham of Kansas City, is a
t of Hotel Burke.
c.Z(eger is up from Congress
be county hospital ooutatus
hn KoonU and wife are in town
hn Lawler has returned from a
g trip to Los Angeles.
rs. J. W. Stewart and children
Yilltcmson valley, left or Los
tea this morning,
R. Hughes, general uimager
e Zonia Cootiei company, left
be east this afternoon.
!5ras8hoper are reported tobede-
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lUg 1 U J" IU nJt kf"U ww.w
man O. Phippeny of Buckeye,
rlv of this county, was mar-
fat "tb former plauw rfeoeutly to
Annie M. et-iy.
X. S. Adams of Williams, is a
tell r .1 T ..... ,i C . t . . . rr.nil
lUOl Ol VUe UUIinu owvoo k ,l,v-
He is a brother of our A. U.
omas Sheridan of N ilhamson
By, an old resident of this eouuty,
at tho couutj nospiiai yrsitsr-
Ho was sixty years of age.
BD. Moare went out yesterday
a Fourth of July subscription
r aud in a short time had over
uvards of 1,000 head of cattl
been shipped out of this
ity within the past week on ac
kt of the dry weather.
sts thirtr days in the sweat
for one man to lick another in
tix, and fir days to get licked.
were the sentences recently
sod on two fighters there.
3D. Reed, Los Angeles; Geo. L.
Str, Denver; Max Kohn, J. Levy,
fc Levy, nud J. W. Beane. Sn
"Mtcisco, registered at Hotel
on the arrival of today s train.
G. A. Aintwortb, of Williamson
valley, is in town.
J. A. C. Freund, the life insurance
ageet, has gone to California.
Deputy Sheriff Pete Bosclia of
OeogresF, is in town.
E. T. Dunning of Los Angeles, has
been admitted to the practice ol law
ia the courts of Arizona.
YL G. Peck was in town today and
S. S. Murphy aad W. T. Ottaio, of I submitted his final proof in the land
Denver, are guests at the Burke- j office, on somo land in Agua Fria
H.B. Hauser, of CiaoBaU,ls a Ta"eJ
recent arrival in I'resaolt. Geo. B. Upton, who is interested
, . , ia some mining claims noarStanton,
UIS l win j
Harrr Vaa AleH.oI At Fork,
in towa as a witness ia the aourt.
Mrs. Laasereaax has gooo to Cali
fornia to speed her TaoaUoa.
B. J. Austin is ia town from Jerome.
A. J. Stoddard, of Xew York, is at ,
i and stopped off in Prescott for a day
Hudson is ia towa toaay irom , or two.
is ia towa froui
Tb United Slates graad jury
submitted its fiaal report this morn
ing and was discharged.
A rBire was issue! today out of
the Unm-d State court for
trial jurors returnable J uly 22.
Mis Adu Hale took a position to
day as sale-slady iu the Basbford
The stock of the Phenix Title and
Guaranty Co., owned by It, L. Long,
J. E. Walker, and B. A. Fiokas, has
been purchased by W. B. Creager
and C. W. Crouse.
John Kianoy, formerly of Chap-
KMC tMK CHUM Of TT4 POStta
I charm higher rates for insuring us-
i vacuinated persons, only eight state
that tbey make on distinction.
General Funston, the Roosevelt of fijafce Qood EndtnOS.
the Filipino war, worked at one time J
on a paper in Fort Smith. Ark. It Yea e mxking pood tepsnfangKifhen
, wm the leading democratic organ of commence to Uit HxdTs S?saptS!jl
the town. One day. when Funslou fff tbmJldu
was le t temporarily in charge, be P(TSlsiay UV. this
flopped the paper over to the re-! Y . ' ' ,
publican side; This created a great I "" j& tyVStt- ,
stir. "I didn't like Arkansas, and I
didn't like Fort Smith," said Funs
ton, "but I thought I would do
something to be remembered by the
' people there before I left town.
Ttoa onljr VtUj
mg of perfect hetUh. sttngth a
Highest Honors, World's Fall
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair
Mrs. Miles Gibbons came up from
I the south yesterday.
R. D. French left this morning on
j his periodical trip.
... . . . Bolle Lee was taken from the city
H. A. Fry, E. L. Tustin and C. E. 1 iail to lhe county hospital today.
Coloner, Philadelphia capitalists,! Picnic tomorrow at the Point of
who are interested in mining near Rocks.
ulobe, and won navo unuer con
For time I bare beea eKsi?
furniture, chamber suits, ete-, Try
, cheap, and sow for a few days )oge
I am goisg to sell furoitam, desks,
etc., at actual cJosiag cat prices. So
if you seed furniture, kitba cib
inets, cupboards, tL, aow is tb
time to gt them at prices yoa will
never pee ia Presort t agaia. R. L-
Mail Roate to Sab-Let Horses,
; stage, elc complete, for sale or will
I sub-let contract. CaH oa or addre&s -f
Gnash Bros, Cliff lodgiag hoaM,
Thomas ThurmsB, deputy sheriff
' of Trov, Mon says if everyoao ia the
United States should discover th
nrtue of DWitt' Witrh Hael
The trial of Vicente and Dora
ciona Lucera for tbo murder of Wm.
Segna, at Stanton, some time .ago, jSalve for pUes, rectal trouble aad
in progress today in the district ,kJn diwJLMUf the demaad couW aot
be supplied. Bnsley Drag Co.
about tbo close of the war last year. tAmn (:nn th building of a railroad rsac T- StoJdard ws in town on
fiftj has returned to bis former home at ; between Globo and Phunix, have p5"""8!-
Iowa, suaonng with the uwn , ben at Castle creek hot springs for Mr. and Mr. J. S. Douglas have
fevor. ! a dav or two it
' i resiuent r . zi. .Murpny ol tne a. fai-r Jackson has eone to
T II 8l.,nliaiu nf hit AbF-mIhK. 1
i.. ..,,iimu. tar hi i tlaliforaia where ilr
sick ohiW is Williawsoa valler, ) formerly employed m
where hU family is visiUBg. j mail irvice between
ad Sau Francisco.
Iu a babas iorps cae. irota Je
riaa. VHsterdav. Jadee Sloau do-
CUUan , r'tl rut; hrtt innnm tnr Mr. ml fr. J. S.
1 I i " . . r 1 .t ri - .
r t v v, .n,t u-ifrt sm here "u'i'"J "A Loiter jaoKson na
visitiBg tbo former's brother, R. D.
FrMeh and fatnilv. Thev are from
F., P. fc P. railroad, and will arrive
in Prescott on tonight's north bound
train. They are en route to Cal
ifornia. An invitation has been ex
tended to them to stop off in Pres
cott andaspeeial train has been
upuiy Luiiea owtw ,1'D"'" , them to Ash Fork ia tune to oon
M. Cochenour, of Mohave county, , . ith tomorrcws west bound
Deuver on mining business.
S. M. t'ullora, deputv collector of
.;,iui ii, tku oit r tt .Ihtoiim b no
tiaoart i brouSbl m ihtTt siuen" train on the Santa Fo road,
pohceoourt. o.Miaty rntordaj afternoon who are
Miss Winnifred Gould will Ieae charged with counterfeiting. . Henry Clay, of illiamson valley,
, I . .,.,( tlt w.wlrflHCT ... . , t iL. ,auiu. Mt. v a auiaii
lwu,i?.,u . An order has been issuea iromioe 0ri.rd wh, h lin ami l.i
interual revenue, is iu town
E. J. Austiu came in from Jerome
Arthur Hendy is in town from
Prof. G. A. Treadwell carao iu
from Jeiome yesterday.
G. P. Harrington has gone to
Ironbrew is a new beverage. If
enriches aud strengthens the blood,
muscles and brain. tf
E1. Block left yesteruay morning
liail M. E. Morin's a-lvrlie-)
niKtit of Iroabrew. It is just
beverage udt?d these warm days.
.1 U' lUtmi. a oroHtiBMHt vuusg , are visitia
business uiaa of Gtlroy, Ca.ifornia,! Gage.
arrived ou yesterday's train, with a -fba il-oaipel remains of the
view of locatiug here periuau-atly. ; maa fa, ittrtUy were buried
Mr,. Ella Williams, who ha been evH,K n, e a ..-. vuu- QUy mj thal. hp
absent som time in aan f raueisoo, r' V'r" ..i" ,:rJ has leon pruning his trees down to
rutin ued yesterday. She is an
perieuced ure, and will again
suaie her voeatioa ia this city.
Wm. Au'ltmaa who has bee'i visit
ing iu Preseott for soiiw time, goes
to Kaasas City U take a position
with a large mercantile establish
ment. Rumor has it that tbo Uaited
States L-rand iurv has returned in
dictments against several parties for
(JX- ' UO IfflU ITIH" (luinuv,; . ....
i .i .1 ii... .f tli. iiitti ivhn
rji. iubiu aiiu ii" u.iiuo u, . ... -
died there will prouaoiy never iw
LiouU Carter, of IVseolt, writes
to thoeffcet that the Hough Riders
of his town aud Phenix will go to
tho reunion in a speciul car kindly
furuished lor the occasion by the S.
F. P. P. railroad. Tbo lieutenant
keep them from growing to a great
height, but from his experience this
year he proposes horeafter to let
them grow just as tall as tbey will.
Herb. Meaney oam iu fronj Je
S. C. Wvncoop came in from
cutting timber on government land, j Albuquerque Cituen.
. . , r . 1 .iHrnmo rmtnriliiT
etlmates the total attenaunce irom ;
Arizona at two hundred or more.--j E. R. Hunter, of Denver,
i istered at Hotel Burke.
Rewards aggregating $2,100 have Win. H. Button, the Minnebiba
a arrest 01 tne inmni? mau. is in lown.
The Epworth League of the M. E. "ewarus aggregai
t . ..u. r..i u. . i i.., umu uiiricu ii'i in
ciiurcn irave a hoiikuhui raai mn. - , . . ,
ereniair at the parsonnge of the ' w UM,ru "i, . Iadi aions of the summer rainv
churuh. There was a good attend
ance and an enjoyable time hail.
-5 regents of the University have
tu uranatn oouniy, tue assa-stu
fired through a window of Lassator's
raidHiicri while he was euiracod iu
Among the number of meu wbo j putting his children to bed. The
have been serving as United Mates 1 WMapon useii was a snot guu iovio i
grand jurors is Hon. Joseph Fish of with buck shot.
Navajo county. Mr. Fish was a
member of tbu Eighteenth legislative; , . - m .
sessou sot in tolay.
Mis Winnifred Gould
L Craigue came iu yesterday
his mming camp. He says
le section be has been in is
lg very dry, stock are already
or and uuleds rams come
this year the loss will bo quite
i editor of this paper is iu re-
)f a Jotter from Mrs. Ruplo of
and, Ohio, announcing that
tas succeeded, through tho
MUz-Mincr's efforts, in locating
morning for Kansas Oity.
InviUtious have bein received in
Prescott for Miss Ma Ige Gould's
A. J. Herndon has:iBe;t.ul a pos:
tion as ageut for a large life iustr
Tho present term of court will
prove a rich harvest for the sheriff's
tn ImilH h nAivilnrmititrr to
: r i- -r,,. If ail I I rrtr rt?s3iou.
Ill IUIIJ "... v, "
a nr lr m th nrHstmt ono , r V Kmufmn. 1. I) UummmtTS. o (Julie recennv I'l .en ior i
he remodeled for the occunsucy 1 M Cove. L s A u coles; S D Lucas, ' deaths occurred from poisoning oy ,
Ask Fork; II J Allow. Jerome; N U the use ol powtlers sent to tuo vic
Parsons, McCalK", Henry B Clifford,, liius by mail. In Leavenworth,
York: and I Kansa. the other day nearly every
C A Weeks, Chicago, were among
tho Hotel Burke arrival by today,
r T, t 1-1 1. - I. . 1 ..
jiim uaisy u sauai u , , ra,sors for advertising purposes. , A. B. Gibon of Nogales, and J. S.
engaged in toachiag iu tho Aium baking iowders bavealways Ambrose of Phenix, were among the
university at I ucimi, has ar- faTOrite articles for this samp- arrivals at tho Burke this morning.
PrucAnlt nun Will tfallul I . - ..." 1 o
tnw ia 4 ..... .,r. vt thnm nnlhinr
Sim u j m - rr
; more liable to lead to danger than
the practice of using the
doctor in town as called to attend
the children who had catherod up.
. i iii i -1
fat -u. ana tx-en ma 10 in oy sump:es Fnnk j.flrkt,r h , ,
of ai article left at houses by can-' '
A man nainwl Daniels, and his
family, from Seattle. movel iuto the
thankinc him for hia telegram of
congratulations on the night of bis
Jorry Barton was in town today.
Ha is engaged in merchandising on
Lynx creek and says that section is
quite lively at present.
Before making root beer ry a
case of Morin's carbonated root
beer. Sixty cents a case. tf
Grand Master Shreve of the A. O.
U. W , has organized a lodge of that
order at Jeronje with forty-one
John Hanlon and A. C. McMillan
came up from Crown Point this
morning and will leave on tonight's
train for Las Vegas to attend the
Rough Riders' re-union, of which
the latter was a member, lie went
" " W m m 1
t f l..ir aut ar I L i w -
m iT u" . Uaitea Matea coart uepurunB . , M lhfl condition of bis trees!
Madge Gould. Tungt 4iias Tong, who unlawfully of iatertStf not cnlj lo fruil
Chas. Bohm is in from his Crazy j iu the country. He has been en-1 grotvers ijUt to weather observers
Hore basin raach. He has jast , gaged in the laundry busiuess ana i anj ojiujatoJogjoai gtudents as well.!
made a shipment of a car loail of ! has been in Pressott for some time ; Hi, treJS are 80mo e- QT rears j
oattle to Doaver. ! Mrs. Neal and her daughter, Mrs. old and have been prolific bearers j for San Francisco for a brief trip on j "e ,"ier.was1? mnin
W. F Statiuton and tho lalter's during favorable seasons. The cold , miuing business. T.
the ehimroa ana .urs. i h j --i. k f"'"" ".'". V I Pat Hrney, charged with counter-
uaugnter?. uauguiors ui . i u,Hn m, . . t- rpiftasel fmin custodr
:Mrs?Goo.W. ChooT, of Tucson, ; though, and while tho freezing ' 7
visitiag 3Ir. aud Mrs. fc- li. weather kdlod all of tho fruit on the t . , ' . . -li ,
lower branches on the trees, that on : . yuinn, tne irreprossioie ciom-
tbe tops of tho trees was not injured, ng man, is in town iang oruers
demonstrating that a warm stratum and renewingold acquaintances,
of air existed just a few feet above! M. J. Hickey received a let tor to
day from Champion "Jim Jeffries,
court before the following
TIM . 1 T I. I .,
KuoLler. C R Loom.s, JaspVr Phil- Lmw onlew for boas monag or
Cc E Hodgan Barney Brne. kd of coatraoUng a tbjs haw
JohaP Score, H E Peeples, LW ofSce for Geo. A. Giles. 6-tS
Page, John Kennedy. Alfred Avery t. D Witt's Little Early Risers act
J.M. Clos and Mrs. Jones, who I M tless PiU should deaasisg
! attempted to elopo on Saturday, j "a.reT?T,a w, LsJawm j
w.ra arr..l at K.Wman Saturdar 1 weakealn? -. T.hey are taild aad.
evening on a warrant charging tbei , ,ure Md Md
with a violation of the Almond. 5nUrel i i ?bJttt,D"W
acl, and were returned to Prescott W J t "ther tbaaooa.
on this afternoon's train in the Brudey Drug Co.
charge of a deputy marshal. I Covdlaud & Franois have a sew ,
n n:(r r c.m !?ck of drugs. New good, sew
Henrv B. Clifford, of the firm of Tb , d ,
Henry b. Clifford &Qx, or 11 Wall H j b, ,
street New ork, who has been in ;
Prescott for several dars, will leave , J. A. So hear, of Sd&h&, Mo JTt-d
, on tonight's train for the east. Mr.: his child from death bv croup by
Clifford was lormerlv a resident or using une .Miame uough Care. It
this county, having been engaged in cures coughs, colds, paeumoaia, la
mining here nineteen or twenty grippe and all threat aad lung
years ago, near Alexandra when the i troubles. Brisley Drag Co.
reck mine was experiencing its!
BULL U StHAM
jBt" I H . a ft. r i w Bk '
Bg JlMNglL(.i!l4mdt)B laH
C. A. DAKE
Miss Floreace Fonl desires to erf
up a class for pupils from the fourth, '
fifth and sixth grade, who wisli to
continue their studies through the
summer or who are a little backward
in one or two subject. Hours 9 to j
12 a. m bogionisg Moaday, June 19, !
at tbo high school building. Tuition ;
2 per month, ia advance, 6-13t :
.l-AnAtinl ft AIIAiin nrllfiA Puknnnn nnJ PiaaAwa
iiimii'.Mi tip , i VP. i iiiiHrJ,ii a it 1 1 iiirv
uiuuvmi lixvi VUUUUIUVt 1 UUUVUU UUU UlgUilU
Grandee Flour, on of the VERY
BEST Masters Brands.
H. C brand of Butter. NONE BETTER.
scathed only to come to Arizona to
be thrown from a horse sustaining a AH orders by mail rsoirmT at-;
broken leg. which has laid hiin up , tended to and the utmost secrecy
ever sinco April 7. After the re-. preserved at the up-to-dsde drug
union Mr. McMillan will go to his ' store, Coviltaud it Friacis, new
borne ia tho oast. ' Head block.
day evening returning home this : The following is a list of Jeltars
morning. IIo says that while it was remaining in the Prescott postofSce
very warm there yesterday, it is a j for tho wt-ok ending Jane 19,
delightful place. He states also 1B99:
that t. M, .Murphy is improving , Bainea J C Long W A
quite rapiuiy in neaun ana so long
as tho improvement continues
proposes to remain there.
J. H. Collins and R. M. Ling, who sicytiaAiOT' n
wero opposing candidates for the . Daria LuU
position oi uiiiTOvsiiurneysi mo jj j,
last election, and which wa. woo by ph p Q
, Mr. Ltng, met again on Saturday tu GiI, M M T
; opposition to each in a legal con-! p i
test. As district attorney Mr. Ling j 0 W
1 7" !iDi " l&,Cnte?,,?f i Hoffman Miss H
Baker WTm S Maolers Helea
Burns Jonn F Masterson Murat
BolgerMrs Sc. Mrs Millik-n Geo F
HAY AND GRAIN.
Telephone No. If ;
IKPLU!$ 18 As
.1, H. Emmert, assistant to Presi
dent ifiirpby of the S. F. P, k P.
railroai, returned this moruing
from a two days' visit to Castle
Creek hot springs consulting with
J, L. Harvey, who wa,s indicted, by
tho reoant United States gland jurr
for cutting limber on
'Swifty," tho ex-pugilist and boot
black, has been takeu to he county repn,5onted the defendant and won i w. w
hospital. He is a physical wreck fof him. the jury returning a ,J ZU XUV
frnm iIia itrt of moriihinp. t r it nielli: I rviogsiey JllM Ju
..w.u . 1 ; teiuiut ui ocuuiimi, x. 11 w v4Uii-
van, formerly assistant district at
torney, was associated with Mr. Col
lins in the defense.
T.J. Rousb, special agent of the
treasury department. left for the
south this afternoon. During bis
week's stay here he started the
blood in circulation of a uumber of
i Chinamen. He succeeded in eaptur-
Morrell Mrs L
Muaik Miss E 2
Rogers Mrs L
iry Talaiv J
E Thompson C M-2
Smith Mrs M F
Billa Mavia S de
l lease call for advertised letters
Jxs. W. Akers,
land; cave bonds toilav in the sum 1 1? lwo na securing ttieir deport-
of $500 for his appearance for trial. ! ax,on- uneoilhom was captured
. . , . (only after a very exciting race of
Miss Verne Roberts has P-to ; three or f our blocks. M. Rousb is
California for a vacation. Dunqg quite corpulent while the Chinaman
her absence MisS Ghdya Wright M 8ltm and active. After
wdl have obargo of the telephoae he fld red two blocks he was
I uwav fcv osvv u y vuw ivv j 14
colored woman seeing rum. yollod to
the summer with her sistor, Mr. S.
Judgo DeKuhn toturned this
morning from southern Arizona,
Rorn.in Preoe tt. Jnae 14. to Mr. samples of baking powder left at
ion, Burt Ruple. and expressing i ant Geo. Henry, a daughter. 1 tho door. They are presented by 1
Cy and gratitude of the result. ButlJr aad Miss Pearl ' irresponsible parties, in appeoranco I
cyclist of San Jose. California 1,1 wero -maTtM vesterday even- 7ffiT Z ' "
fioken all previous records lx-. in., br Justict, j. if. y. Moore, at and indeed, m Indiana some t me
KGilroy and San Jose by cov- he ZZncTot Mr. and Mrs. J.K TfrS A
sttu ,i:.,. ,i,.r m;u. ;n ir, , . 1 . it had caused the death ol the
Ikour and six minutes, or at ov r f n m Jromo nod received the
Uhe speed or a railroad train, blessinir or thoir txirents aud the
rv rr T f uiumiua. 1
u. l. i.ucas, unanciai manager lor ; whenj be hai for aome aajli O0
l.antrr Hro.. M Ah Pnrlf , in i .......
various, r-7-----V . r' 'T .1 "i "nponani fining qmmess.
Marshal W. M.
rmer record was an hour and jcouirratulatiou ol their rrionds bv
ilain Wn .field Scott of Scotts
housewife, to have been mixed with
It is safer to refuse all samples of
food or medicines offered at the
door. Pure cream of tartar baking
The funeral of the late Mrs. A. M. nmvdnrs soli uoon their merits, and
i ..!fmi,T of I T. Akard took place this morning bo- aro never peddled or sampled,
tioer 01 assemoiy 01 fii.i ,i,..: 1,., ruri;,m r .
. . , . . . .-T- luu UIIU"CU l iuvu .uu .(....u. 1
tl IS j ---ipjagjj ,,, inft bimmous graveyard,
. . , , ,
rtzona, retireu cnapiain V.
Bjav, and member ol assemuly ot
Kb legislature, is iu town. He
jfiseeived nermission from the
Sc t .
(Slldings at Whipple barracks hpw,lje
S IHI bring bis ramily up here to . 1
i Marshal Griffith took a Chinaman
! to Phenix on Saturday, where the
n . AUifcU4 Hill J J S U PUUUU fc M W
urimiu anu nis cniet othce deputy, i four othor cele3iials en route to San
Uells, off. for Phentxon this after- J Fraucijco for deportation to China,
uuuu 5 nam.
Tho Jocenal-Miser has a ther-
Fraucisco for deportation
It. K. Shoemaker, stenograper for
E. M. Sanford has returned from his
mometer, and the highest point j trip east lending the trial of the
registered by it this season has been I Crowned King case at Taylorville.
SS degrees. j Illinois. Mr. Sanford ig expected in
Mrs. Mary A. Brown has gone to ' few days,
Phenix to a'ssist her daughter Mrs. j Whn0 petting a stick of wood in
Geo. Alkiro, whose husband is cnti-; her Jard at Wickenburg on Satur
ca,,J ! day. Mrs. Httio Taylor was bitten
III ItlO aimmous graveyard,, v;h irnmnn ctnalinir hnrsns in I frp 5 V nuia ,nnnmn,n!,! lir snm.i mliinnin rflnlllf. and her
, , . " . , u . v. r I .,At?. M- UbiUUII'OUlCVI I j i .
west ol town, by a large concourse , vnMtwi nnnnr .ind rnhhinc stau l,- r,i.cr, c.,i, ur, litinn for .- short time afterward
- uuuwarwHw - - r n iiiiiv Bksouv ;vra a. acauna sdsi i - -
deceased was io years , in pjnai ,t looki like we poor men j this mornine's train for Santa Ana. ' was quite serious,
was laid IO rest beside .... xa: mwr?dtn t.h wnll in all ' n.V.rnrn: lMr lnf nronintr.
him: "Stay with, him fa.tty, you are
doing pretyr well." With this en
couragement he gave another extra
spriut and succeeded in overtaking
OtT for Las Vegas.
Col. A. O. Brodie will leave to
morrow morning for Las Vegas, New
Mexi:o, to attend the re-union of
the Rough Riders which occurs next
Saturday, June Qi. The re-uaiin
j will possets special interest to Col. i
Urodie, as it will be the anniversarv
of the day on which a Mauser bullet .
fired by a Spanish soldier shattered t ""Cr
Surplus is t!ie only fund from which
dividends to policy holders can be
New York 9,834,733
About Hood's Sarsapanlla is that
it cures when all other remedies fail,
rhorefore you should take Hood's
Sarsaparilla in preference to all
Hood's Pills cure biliousness.
Mailed for 25 cents by C. I. Hood &
Co., Lowell, Mass.
The EQUITABLE Life Assurance
of the United States,
WALTER" i. PAKKHUKST,
other members ol tho lamtly. rt. rri,.:nn, vn nronfW ro msnv
Levi Wollenburg has returned . OI. us am 5?" tramping me roaus
. taaar. a .
t aaV anil nntc na nn Thu trr
firno mill with machinerv of 1 and darkness, such au ordeal brings
a c'.. - . . r . '. tit..
acity of twenty-hve stamp. ,ul" uuo 3
C. R. Martiudell, Pre?cott's
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure completely
digests food within the stomach and
intestines and renders all classes of
food capable of being assimilated
1 . ..j i .
She was reported an" cooverteu idio Bireogxo giving
r (and tissue building substances.
Brislev Drue Co.
A hold up is reported to haveoc.i JJr. John it, Wallshas removed
curred in the Granite street section I his office and residence to the cottage
the victims he. west of the Congress House, on
ing two drummers aud the amount I Giirley street, formerly occupied by 'Vl Z T'ZX t -n.. V,
of cash which exchanged hands be-i the Sundance Gold Co.i --?-
nours , o.7.r.
nnnwr. wnn riHniir niir- w" . .. . 1 m .t
the Buster crouo of mines in "om his visit to Oalilornia. uia - ! on Thursday night
m Si....L .i..4:. a 1 1 risit there was one of peculiar sor- ueneral J. d. alien, ono 01 tne ;,,-. j,.,m.
4 fe purchase machinery for them row and sadness. Keeping vigil for oldest citizens of tho territory, diod
1 .1 1 rr, nmr a inrnrito and oeioved at uis iinme in lucson recently, as a :
rueu, Bccomusuieu oy i. k. ; - . , ,, - . . . r iuk
11 jiUn mnnwlml with tha uiuruwi, uu uuaui niiuwuu u a" "l"""" "w ..
" .. . . .u.. . 1. -ii 1 . ... r. n- v,;. r.w Ua ini;.nr n . l . . . l
Mr. Hooper has pur- consignmeui iu mo miuu. wu., uimai ui b smuvc. , jiu.eu c Wvlie. wife of Dr. Wvlie of
. " s.n ixtvin 1 h,i ri rtjm ma w s stub nm Ti i j m rm- i rTi Li n nn nil rti 1 n t- arnn inr utr t a a r j -
, tivo of Maine, lie came to Arizona nding, being compelled to shoot one i "X ' ' .iTi. aj T.
' in IS57, stopping first at Yuma and , of tuem through tho leg before be 'og a lmt u H dBV,?htera
lnoattnif.il Tucson in 1S5S. He was I would be taken. Judra Bauder f?r a br,e.f T.ult whe.n w.Q
.1nfnftr.' U. li. Martiuueii, rre?cott s rf-, r 1CA7 frt i rastunlif KcaecJ . COk tlllU tuGir JCUmGT IO LAllIOrOlA tO
. . i h i i 1 1 1 1 1 1 a i s niiau ici xi uui a -vi w if ' cjkra ul uacsr'ti aucii ainii l al. r-'j i . . - ...
W. M. Gallagher of Bryan, Pa.,
jsays: "For forty years I have tried
various cough medicines. One Mm-
his arm within Imh th.m tfiirir.iT-
hours after he larded ia Cuba. Tne
Colonel was leading his men in tho
engagement at Las Guasimas when
bo received the wound, and although (
it was very painful he had some of j
his men wrap a handkerchief around
it and he refused to leave the field 1
until the engagement was over and
the Spaniards bad been routed.
CoL Brodie is quite cnthusiastio
over tho ro-unioa and says that it 1
will be attended by about seventy
five or one hundred of the brave
boys from Arizona. He expects to
be absent about a week.
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Frth cauuies at Aitken Si Robin
Buttermilk for sale at tbo O. K.
store, West Prescott. 12-16tf
Leave your packages for the Verde
stage at tho O. K-store, West Pres
oott. 12-16tf r
The legal officers of the Crowned
, rtl MiUtr Mtstra d itjiNi IVevruaat, '
A-BCQCKRQCS, tf, at.
E. J. P. HORftE.
Local Agent, PRESCOTT, ARIZONA
; Electric telephone No.
the same as formerly.
kinson. director and vice president
Jas. M. Taylor, director and secre
tary; Geo. P. Harrington, treasurer
geles Times gets things
ixed when he talks about
miles of prairie region be-
illiams and the Grand Can
" jaar which the Grand Canvon
J )d will be built. He must
Qjeen traveling on foot and
when he made that trio of
45 miles ' H-rald. He must
n accompanied bv a vtrv
aginatio n, t jo, to hive
pioneer msurauce ageni, wno uas
just retuurned from a six months . !
sojourn m ian Uiego, recuperating xno i riuune rejoice wuu iue j a merry-go round opaueu up lor
his health, shous the benefit of the ', people of Prescott in the fact that bu?iness last eveuing on the open
change in his greatly improved ap- Whipple Barracks is about t3 be re- I lot on the east side of the plaza and
pearance. lie has received a mosi
cordial welcome from his numerous
friends since his return, as he is
very popular. He reports having
habilitated and that a pleasant
mountain home among the pines is
to be made for the h 3 roes of San
Juan and Manila when the cruel war
eni iyed his visit very much, but at is over. Florence Tribune
.i . .. I .
I no same lime is Kiau iu uaira : tl0 -pii.. l.,vrt nffrd
amoug ui oia inenus anu get uawn , rnii,v
the small boy and
were there in force,
his little sister
remain during the
the capital c;ty,
heated term ia
and lung troubles. Brisley Drug Co.
The latest addition to the many
valuable departments of the Los
Angeles TitU s is a daily installment R. H. Hetherington. resident agent
of valuable educational matter, j Harrington and Shekels, superin
uuder the title of "The Times Home tendenta f Utf
Study Circle," which will enable - -
the readers of that popular journal , i Not rat oa
to enjoy, at their homes, advantages ( Until tomorrow the duty that ought
KELLY & STEPHENS;.
WImiZmU and BUU Dulma '
And Furnishing Goods.
AVThe leadlncr BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE of Nnrthnra Atir..
jiunucu rt. , . . , . . - . .
King Mining Co.-N. C. Shekels. e a TOPeii,ne i nei uaae'mrtiHS u,o!Hab,
eirector and president; Hubert WiU. ou, aP. -"u"r M.a' coining, umDnUM, Tenia, U
Books, Legal Blanks and School Suppbe.
We are exclusive agents for the sale of the celebrated CAMEL SJT- IN
iHOES aad also LENTZ'S Leather Soled Nailed RUBBER BOOTS
t.u ti :ii ,nn:..v.i .
xkju uiun i loaro kuui6ub "ifc- wuicu a. present can oniy oe ODtam to oe uone today. 11 your bl
Col. Brodie to attend the re-unlon of , ed in college. This new department impure and vou feel weak and
mo ivuuKo ihuoh a. ? cicaa. i is inieresuutr. as suowmt? now raDia- rake nooa s arsananii at
Territorial Treasurer T. W.
Pembertouand family came up from
Phenix this morning to spend the
summer. They are domiciled in the
Geo. R. Parker residence in West
CORNER MONTEZUMA AND GURLET STREETS
:jl . j tit fll :
nun linn v
. 0 .
S Sereoortof th Mnn.Kr ..1..1. to busmen again. . narade in St. Louis June 20: tall-
Sbme the Jocrnal-Mixeb wa ' Over 2000 stulls are detaited at , est Elk in parade, $50: shortest Elk
S St ia regard to the paper read the Y iu West Presoott. They were in parade, $50; heaviest Elk in par-
j as. S. Biake, as she was th-; for shipment to Jo, ome but omcers ade, lightest hlk in parade, does not indulge in "vituperatie
' S&tf lh n-tur iiKt,i. nf Mr. nf rh, w"i.rrnmMit h.iv. serrwl no. 1 individual Elk comincr lonsrest dis-1 -..- narcnn.l" innmKin rrkn
H a O'Neill. Tbo mistake ticeoa the parties owning them pro-1 tauoe by most direct route. $50. j Jocbsal-Mixeb is a tolerably clean) The hotels had a boom yesterday, i natural condition. It is a ducovery
jit rom the fact that the latter hibiting them from shipping them t Prescott Elks havo a member which j paper jn that respect and worthy of I There was a regular run ou the surpassing anything yet known to
jhe programme for the paper, and have also served uotico on the ; they should send to carry off the $50 ; credit for it, too. Phenix Herald, i Congress House diniug rooms at j"18 medial profession. Urisley
tt- a account of sickness trans-, railroad comoaav to the same effect, for the shortest man. dinner time, and they were oomDel- rugCo.
IBier place and subject to Mr?. ' An idea of tbo magaitude of the. TUrt,,rA, ,.tu, t nf! Supervisor Dumas, who is in town, 1 jj tQ turn quite a number away. Decorate your homes. Nothing
- " m m . AUV.UVWVMVUU'-V'VVvaiAAlA 1 Tl. - - A I I . ' . f a 1 1
lorest devastation wbich has been -HminUtratinc iustice in Cuba n i v, " luat ? wul . ui,. recea"J I The Hotel Burke register also better than nowers. an unusuany
. innn in tt,i Eti.,n fnr th m,t. """'"""""6 J " .in e a Donv f rom the led ans near : m rntr 1 wrrck lief ff mrritralla I tiTrill mtnrttimnt. nf Frrv's flown
Atard received a telegram "11 " " lAm.cSD n?S been in prison in fi v..- T. T , .. . . - -v-m ' Mtf
Dnouncme the sudden death ' r" T..""r"""A" Havana without a trial sin le last " ' V aJ " " i Wi iam Ne son was taken mtor"
Bother, at her home in Pee- lD?1 Proa DOt uss iaaQ January on the charge of paying a 1 .u:r N"!il pr." : custodv on Saturday evenine bva Lost-A Standard Oil delivery!
mr. No particulars weretX - deputy United States marshal on book. Return to B. H. Weaver. tf
ivnenne it? it home a lew . . , 7 'fn wnion proveu no iroou. iub pnsouer live indictments, cnareine mm wun tt. r :ii-... tt.; t-. t.
claimed that he had a deposit m the Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Harrington, cutting timber unlawfully on gov-j fect;on Cleans scalps, grows'
bank on which the check was drawn, , ancomnatiied hv two nf thpir trrand- mmnf land. T7rt trave hail in the i f "-,i je.-r !
. 1 . - - --o- . . . r natr inn mun .v r" rnnr . r lHnimri.
Our contemporary tells ol a tardy but surrendered the nog, and ope ; children, returned yesterday rrom ! sum of $500 on each indictment and gea(j block tf '
juror, arising w-eu the court called day he had a hearing. The official i the east. Mrs. Harrington will , was released from custody. T . . . ,
on Mr. Barnes trtstaud up ou arraign- told him that the jeweler had died spend the summer with her husband ,,nH,r nf h Nfth- lo iet-uood &-room nouse, in
ment for inurder. OnlV a day or meanttme and wis not, therefore, at the Crowned King mine. "fiiHi 1 .51 ,?55 U.?l'.. 3? '
nn,nvili "in anosit on to w thdraw the com , , A . . ... uu.Situu. u:..rr - r - ,uuuUJ..u. iTH.im3riT,
1 r. r j rt raa, hr h oosopu u. mensem, oou
Jlr. drow has hopes that bis moun-1 ly the modern newspaper is develop-1 Hood.s pills enre all liver ills.1
tain lion may attend the re-union : iuir from beiuir a mere com Dendium ! Mailed for 25 eeuLs br C T. Hood A:
and he goes for the purpose of re-1 of the day's doings, and is assimilat-' Co., Lowell, Mass. " 1
newiug his acquaintace. j ing the best features of the high-, wTiiTtn
J. C.Taylor or Boston, is visiting !e,ass magazine. tr j WANTED. .
this section, havinsr arrived on Sat- What ia Kndnl Ti rnwncii PuraT ! TTavo von anr nrniwrtT. fitrnitiira
urd ay's train. Mr. Taylor is an old ' It is the newlv discovered remedy merchandise" o'r any kind to dis- j HilRB SbsClM isi RcDiiHl? if RtriVi. WafiM ftfi fiafJTll ial Wati"
rriendorW.H. Button, who is en-! the most effective oreoaration ever oseofand cet eood returast Call UU,C 0UWUi6 " j" OT5fiK1' Tt9m BWWW
The JornxAL Mixer claims that it' ,u . :t T? n... ! ae15' OT a,?mB ine digestion ana " r. xutox.EiHj generan
i uas (juuo uui, iui a noii. w mi. uui, assioiuaiion oi loou, anu resioriog "uciioueer, z-t oouiu jioaiezuma
j ton's mining camp. j the deranged digestive organs to a ! street, near Sherman Houm. 3 I7tf
Corner of Granite and Gurley SbL, PRESCOTT. ABIZ.
The best coal for the lowest cash
price, for sale by F. C. Paine, agent
for Caledonian Coal Co. Leave
orders at Otis store or Tel. S2.
The best and cheapest coal in the
market delivered to any part of
town. Leave orders with B. H.
aftaBest facilities for doing all kinds of repairing in wood aad
iron. Good material used and all iohs turned out auicldY.
keep on hand a select stock of oak, hickory aad aab lumber, ton''
gues, shafts, spoke, felloes and bent rims. Also have for sale
The Celebrated Scbuttler Wagons, Osborne Mowers and Extras for saaaej
FETCD Gh BEECHT. ProiD'r.
1 ber of these stulls have been shipped
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. .1,0 ........ i. it -li io Jerome, twa luuiviuuai stun
w dud tt3 iu urt usual uoaiiu. i j j .
or home ou tbis afternoon's i ls a s,2rHi tree
aad a coffin was shipped on
Se tram fir her burial. De
iTSras rery old and La 1 resided
atfeouutv for a ereat many
two previously a man
"he remains will bt brought
jMtott and will be burial iu the ,
gats grave yard, west of town,
(uHall was found guilty yes
6)1 obtaining money fraudu
ut the jury recommended
She mercy or the court. Hall
peg man apparently not vet
is teeus, but is old enough
diligent looking enough to
Jtter than to write checks
fictitious names to them.
charged with some crime was called
or to stand up for tbo purpose or
pleading, when the bright young at
torney or that name on hearing it
mentioned arose, in response to tbo
request, being unaware or his name
sakVs trouble. The incident, or
course, caused a titter among at
torneys and spectators.
A man and woman, both married,
but not man and wire, were wit
nesses to a marriage ceremony yes
terday. By one of those mistakes
plaint." So. unless released by the
military authorities, the man must
remain a prisoner for the rest or his
ooqyieted a morrow at Point
oeo. ii McGinn i s, si. n.,
Phvaician and Sargeou.
Office Office Row, in room formerly
: to 11 . m.; 2 to l p. m.; 7.S0 to StSC
at of Rocks. The j?ent very reasonable.
year ago of gra'ud larceny and sen- train will leave the depot at 8:5v m , ,., . r
i i . :.. . u .i : a iu i nat you want is r
tiarv. will aonlr to the governor of ernnin abut 5 o'clock. Everv-' rehef. frP JK ??. bLa ,c"re , . . A wtnut to.
(u'(,nw t.,o. r 'ua ?. ::.a Tvtrat fnr Ra curea. uo ins v lien mzel isalve ! nuu. crippled in
Hi notitinn h rAn I mnnn trin ro .aiiiilU HI Cents: Chi . L"'c.a -ul- , ut.ynui. i.u-aLu,
j'jau kj. ., t,uc7iu coo uvftw pamuu. i-A 13 ijcilbiuu uas latch iuuuu liip Qrc auuiia w i.cui3 tun- -p . . ifrfn
nnstrr.ai.ter CM IciIImI hv a mntl son.fi icrnorl hv a lnrtra nnmlurnf citnone dran xanfa UriSley XVrUg LiO
months ago, is having a most trying , w A D . fa k ?fa y j Sturtevaat returned tbis . TM V'1 When you buy your
and expensive experience 7he T11 nix undertaker made a ffying visit morning from his trip to Phenix. drugs at the up-tcdate-the Covil-,
has lxn entirely cut off from the p rescott tod a com5 Qth;s He reports that material for the laud & FnC? drUR store new
P08- 8 irf ,llt!" f!D morning's train and 1 retuVnFng this water works and sewer is nowon the. Pt office block.
on paVsinVtVaina He and Mrs. Davis will way. Captain Weeks, super.nten- Have your measure taken and j Burmister.
uu u.o.ub , i riArt. rF n nnrf r nf sthmtt ttrAnfv dent of construction, witn turee as-
Pennsylvania excursionistst, who , siatants, arrived here two or three , fort and. perrect fit. Old trusses re
will leave Phenix on M.onday for a , 4aJs aSQi . paired and made as good as new, or
visit oaos to tneir oia names in var- r. n , . exchanged ior new. aurgioal appli-
111 llin M ri 1 B.UUTTU la
- . a mMwrm
S2S ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE FREE!
THIS B1C CMCTCtOPEOU bwotiltfulor prta- i ttzt.
merotim. 111. Iiu uclM 1a Maa, wiiUIm ttwunnaa at
m- .lfir ttll in, -i r1 ' 't rt
prion cawlocMcrar (Wtok4. KMtESTN tOWESt WHCtX
SALE CHICAGO PRICES 0 EYET7HI5i.cwc oma. JLZ,
m. WaMftM. immrj. Mnaa. , i, bnin.1ViBia,lnk
"". r. HaM, 1M IMMWi, AVan. r7
traMei.a.M. TaCaJwt vtatorrtrkpvrat bobm anat
pa for at b b7 anl vtapmaotkAm frnoi rmharslac T
m UlrWr ntUlii.3l Ixrw t. ocSt brw taaci U. IralJit.
trprm r aufl artj ba oa airrtHJaa- Ta raw tows.
THE BIC BOOK COSTS US USABLY SI.CO.
OUW FW EE OFFER. 23 5 SrCSa.'Si
(Star ta hair ta pay taa , i imi u4 tAva We be mtt "
S j aataaM, aad U yoa emt aaj It la wn Mattaaa
Hrasta Ta acatd. u akj As ta lavcat a-kolaaaA taieaaaT
WMATTHEPRCM8AYS ABOUT TMISCATALOCUEl
t 1 a rxaaicxt B battan Uttmrntum Kl aaa iin lit,
Th. cal&.-vac ia a wonder M. XaacBvtr 15 Ki Taiok.
9an. R:hexk Ccl u ob. of lae larcaat boaaaaaf tta ta4
ta Cblcajr - ieaca later Ocvaa.
-Th bi ralalcMnM fonnm tba Cmx Amaater aaUaai tta
COSM roal 7 Ml lata a OMtnet.-. rcw1 MmMUUj , VJJrmw.
lwt cataVyaa U eartalDiy a oarc haadtr aw itAcUadla-'-Calcaira rU Hl .
A 1 w aturaVl b aaad troopalHactlia as of t mtalora. la aS nafcha KbeoU.' TaHaa.0.aw
... . u. u...lUk,n)nU. IB, ItOin iT flCl w I I ll I IX am tltlWl MA
addition, with good dwelling, for -Wiess, SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO 4nc.. CHICAGO, ILL., U.t.A.
sale at a bargain. Inquire of R.H.
Lost, Strayed or Stolen.
mare, weight abut
rront root. Re-
HAKCAI.N IS KEAL ESTATE.
Lots 11 and 12, in block 20, Fleury
I 3-. M 3 . 1 a
ious parts or the Keystone state.
Dave Oarr, one
UilUIUli SAJkDSS WAfcUUUWUa..UH uaa.MIa 1 1 J 1 an n
,1 attnma i i. .f r!r..' ,. aurgical elastic nosery, etc. v. w
ances of all kinds made to order.
U-L . aJ a a .
iinai, wouia compel him to tedv. Bv one ol those mist&kes othce is four miles awav ana as a
ad and earn the amount or . which will happen once in a while, consequence the business ol Lake
an:cn ne obtained Iraudu- nffimtinr nffiwr meorinH thflir rM.r is troinir to niece, rnis is
return it to the party . names in the certificate as the prin- heroic treatment and doubtless will
i as ootainea wouia cipals to the affair. Un hearing this prove tnorougniy enective in pre
batter than iniDrison- mnmtnr, thi v-inri drfif.ca.tA of entin? the assassination ol officials
. . 1 " ... . . . f ll . . I . A
n.was sei his marriage was extant, ttie man oi tne government iu map pan ox
B what he should do, two things sug-; . . . . , . ... ' whom seem to bo over twenty years looking claims in the eastern part of kii 1 SrJi.!y iS
m... . cilno. hm rQ tn h s m nrf. s a ot B'.' auun u iu in- old. chartred with serious crimes. ' the eonntv. nn which ho has in the x aD,Kuuo
i' jl- lt-iiiuu lis One was to eo before the United
unusually large this term of court, paying our city a visit for the last
There are four boys in jail, none of 1 few days. Mr. Carr has some good
Sweeney, manufacturer, B. C.
agent and expert truss fitter.
Just received a car load or fine
early Rose and Peerlpss seed pota
toes. Call or send your orders early !
for your suonlv. The Bash ford
Burt, , Burister company 3-14 tf
Office ! a.
as strong as
igants is inai summons ana otner Three of them have aiready pieaded past expended considerable money I Home made hominy "hulled conri
States grand jury, which was in ses- P"8"'11 uw'tull5WU ,uo. guilty or have been convicted. 1 to open, up., and has just returned i for sale at 10 cents per quart. Send
sion. and exolain. and the other was b7 &a. .fficer?. le general impres- ; f VWt t them , rfe t Mrs.CollinV. Phnrm lfin tf
n flo,m,:nn. avtMof - ' i.., u sion Deing mat tney muit go xne tonaon Anti-vaocinaiianijis . .
n tia onng extracts, to jump the country. (through the sheriff's office. One who, by their vigorous agitation 1 Jerome was treated to quite a re-1 Remember that Coyillaud & Fran-
. w tt ri . 1 1 1 . . , - t t 1 mk 1.1 . u r .r : "
in n fiimh er i.n. inaver, wno oas ueen uc- k partv lausresiea reports navincr recentiv succeeaea in securine ine spwiauw uuww ui m uu oaiur p uaj uu rauimiBsioaa io aocior5
w , . t i T r - ' : - a a . . a " . a . a. . ,1 S t l 1 1 T I t Z T a ? TTT1
, cupymg tne position onoresi ranger learned the lact to his pecuniary repeal ot the compulsory vaccina- aj- a ps:y wnu unu uyuaamq io
, in charge of the Prescott reserve, oa t benefit, haying secured the serving , tion law, will meet with difficulties
j Saturday received bis commission ; 0r a paper in one case for 52.50, in getting their lives insure. Qtjt
promoting mm to tnj position ot j which if it had been served bv the of seventy insurance offices that have
sion to for brescrmtions. When vnur Hoc.
.. . . . V. W-l '. V f l . . . J--.-
use the .eiehona to, tnat point i tor instructs you lo go to a certain
sheriff would have cost over $30, and replied to a niieslinn toKi.o w-w m
states that be could distinctly hear drug store, bring the prescription to
the patter of the rata on the build- as and save money. Covillaud k.
The Hotel Xadeau, Los 4nEeJeil.
is making special summer rates ta
all Arizoniang. You can live cheaper .
there than at home. Jel '
HOUSES "TO 1.ET.
A cottage, corner of Sheldon and .
and Mt. Vernon avenue. Enquire ol ;
f Andrews jeltf
BOOMS TO KENT.
Wholesale Liquor Dealer,
A Complete Stock of Fine Whiskies,
Cordials, Etc., for the Tra Id.
Headquarters for California Wine&L
Pealer Pabst BreTviner rn