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WEDNESDAY S DAILY
Hook and Ladder company meets
VY. P. Covillaud left this morning
for a visit to Los Angeles.
Charles Sager. of Skull Valley, is
in town today.
The county hospital contains forty
D. J. Sullivan has leon apoiutcd a
deputy county recorder.
Col. A. O. Brodia and wife, of
Crown Point, have gone to Denver.
Capt. A. F. Brown, representing the
l alitornia I owder comiKinv is in
John Hioa an in am this morn
ing's train from the south for a brief
Mrs. Frank Foster left this morn
ingfor Uhrichville. Ohio, to send the
Dr. and Mrs. Geo. H. McGinnis
have moved into the Behau residence
on Alarcon street.
Prof. Robinson's orchestra will dis
course music at Blumlx-r's New York
store again next Saturday night.
Billiard and pool phiyers ;ir- in
vited to attend the opening of the
Comet billiard rooms tonight.
The Comet billiard and jiool rooms
will be thrown open to the public to
night. Mrs. F. A. Swigert, who has been
seriously ill for MM time is now con
valescing. Work on the stone cutting of the
new Prescott National bank building
is progresing quite rapidly now. The
foroe of stone cutters has been more
man ooutileu tms week, sixteen men
being now employed.
Arthur Moss, of Jerome, and Miss
Emily Wanslev, of London. England,
were married last night at the Con
gregational parsouajre. and will leave
tomorrow morning for Jerome, where
they will reside. The bride left Lon
don just eleven days ago.
Yesterday was a good specimen of
late-in-the-fall weather. A high
wind filling the air with dust prevail
ed the greater portion of the day and
towards evening a rain storm set in
lasting until after dark, which was
followed by cool weather. The rain
at night was accompanied by a little
Read the announcement in this
issue of H. W. Lakev & Co. This
turn proposes to give away a bicycle
tree on the rourtli ol July. All par-'
ties purchasing one dollars worth of
goous win nave a cnance 10 gel it.
Read what the firm has to say on the
Uncle Jimmv More came up from
Kirkland vallev todavand will remain
until Mnnl:v "whn ht will tro to I ,w
Angeles for ";: visit to his niece and i
ineidentallv ti lake in the Fiestji and '
presidential party. He will then go
In N:m rraiicw'n for :i viwit Willi hiw
brother, after which he will po to
Akron. Ohio, to visit a sister,
pects to be absent from thi
section N. L. Nelson, an employe of Cap
tain C. A. Weeks, on the Del Rio
pipe line, died at the Sisters' hos-
pital this morning ol pneumonia. Mr.
ill 111., t u -. i i ill i.. uninlnr nf
" " - ""f -"j me anans 01 ine Kinguom. ineau
Captain Weeks for about twelve ; ministnition of the queen regent is
years. 1 he only relative m this sec
tion is a brother alx in Captain
Week's employ who will lata to
morrow morniug to accoiiiiany the
remains to South Dakota for burial.
Deceased was iljout thirty five vears
Prescott Hotcd arrivals May 1.
T M Elder. Los Angeles; Abe Gold
man, Tucson; J F Ball. W L Deedeu,
Los Angeles; Lerov Wagner, Cincin
nati; C A Thomas, 1 X liartholdi,
A C Monroe. Jen. .!: G H Pratt and
wife. Salt Lake: Fled Carrigan. Chas
Glass and wife. Prescott; C has O
Brown, Lime Kiln; H B Hooland.
Dul nth: M W Beardsley, Los Angeles
E P New. Elkhat: G Grimer,
Prescott ; Frank A Davis. Prescott.
William Merwin, well known in
Fhenix. is m the city on a coal mining .
deal. Mervin discovered a fine vein '
of bituminous coal near Gimp erde
nearly three years ago. and he has
continued to develop the claim till
now he has a large, well developed
coal deposit. T. E. Flannigau has
taken the matter in charge and has
bonded the property to an eastern
syndicate, and now the first thing we
know Tom will turn upas a coal baron.
The mines are located in the Verde
Rr Willi, Bi.riknUaf .v.ct,rr.f
the Free Mission left here this morn- !
ing for Santa Ana. California, on his j
way to Los Angeles to attend the j
next session of the Southern Califor- j
nia Annual Conference of the Free !
Methodist church. He has made
many friends in Prescott and has
greatly enjoyed his pastorate of the
Free Mission. He takes this oppor
tunity of thanking the people of Pres
cott for their kindness anil liberality
to him and hU wife aud to the Mis-
You have used all
I a r I
I SOFTS Ol COU&n reme-
j j. a :a j i I
1 UIO UUl II UUO IIUIJ
I yield; it is too deep
I seated, it may wear
itself out in time, but
it is more liable to
produce la grippe,
pneumonia or a seri
ous throat affection.
I You need something
jthat will give you
j strength and build
jup the body.
will do this when everything
i else fails. There is no doubt
j about it. It nourishes, j
' strengthens, builds up and i
J makes the body strong and
3 healthy, not only to throw I
j off this hard cough, but to
J fortify the system against
I further attacks. If you are
i run down or emaciated
I should certainly take
j nourishing food medicine.
50c. and t.qo. all droteists.
t SCOTT 4 BOW.NE, Chtmisti, Stw York.
Dr. Price's Baking Powder supplies a pure,
wholesome leavening agent, which makes the
biscuit and cake of highest healthfulness at
medium cost and protects the food from alum,
which is the greatest dietary danger of the day.
The foremost baking powder
in all the world.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.
sion, and trusts God will bless the
people of this city. Mr. Burkholder
will visit his son-in-law and daughter
near Santa Ana, California.
Dr. Joshua Draper died very sud
denly at his home in Skull valley on
Wednesday morning, May 1. " De
ceased was 79 years old and resided
with a son on a ranch at the above
place. He went out on Wednesday
morning to milk and had just com
pleted the work of milking a cow
when he was noticed to tret up and
set down against a fence. On
to him he was found to lie
death coming almost instantaneously
and without anv warning. Heart
disease was the cause of death. In
addition to the son mentioned he has
a E- Draper, in Prescott. and
another. S. S. Draper who resides in
San Bernardino. California.
luneral will take place tomorrow from
the residence of Mr. iind Mrs. E. H.
Draper, on Mt. Vernon Avenue, East
Qm year stands letween King Al
fonso and his full fledged rule of
Spain. All the Madrid papers print
long and optimistic articles in which
they express rejoicing at the thought
that a year from today Spain will
(hut more have a kinir abler! and em-
powered to attend independently to
il IT - r iL 1 - 1 ri 1
much commended, especially by the
Walter N. Cook is in town from the
The rainfall on Wednesday evening
amounted to half an inch.
Max Alwens is in town today from
the Senator mine.
Miss Ollie Fisher has been quite
sick with laryxngitis.
Governor N. O. Murphy came up
from Phenix on this morning's train
and returned later on a special train.
Capt. L. D. Philips, who has been
on the sick list for some time is re
ported as getting better.
Frank Pinney returned to Prescott
Arizona, today. Mrs. Finney will re-!
main for some time. Pasadena Star. !
Thos. R. King and his nephew.
Thos. W. King, are in town from their
stock ranch on the upper Verde.
Geo. Roh peter came in from the
Agua Fria section yesterday and left
on today's south bound "freight for
A peittiou is being circulated
the establishment of a jiostoffice near
. 1 TT a . , n
ne nassav amiia i m lire, near t he en-
ator "j.1-. The proposed name of the
Dew omce ,s Maxton.
Mr. and Mrs. E.R. Hotsenpiller left
on tnis mornings tram lor Magnetic
Springs, Ohio, where they will spend
June Freeman has resigned his
position as letter carrier. Hereafter,
hewever, he will be on the sulstitute
Miss Louie Gage has resigned her
position as teacher iu the Prescott
public schools on account of sickness
and left last night for her home at
Teni?. Her position is now being
filled by Miss Isis Hall.
Miss May Mantell. a well and fav
orably known vocalist, formerly of the
Owl saloon and Miss Watson, a
pianist, have arried from Los An
geles aud will open an engagement
tonight at the Auheuser saloon.
The funeral of the kite Dr Joshua
T, a L 1 2. 1 - e, r i
draper 100& jnace uns aiiernoou nom
the residence of hi s son, L. H. Drajer, ,
on Mt. Vernon street. It wa- atteud.il
jDy a large concourse,)! p,-opie. iri.-n.is
ol the deceased and his family.
i u f n ,u i
-.M C,avel ' lle m"""- ma"
Fruits of gTbZTiv;
propose to enlarge the stock at on.-e
and make some important improve."
ments in the place.
Passengers who came in on last '
night's train from the east report hav
ing traveled all day Thursday on the
. n .a .
auta te racihc railroad in a snow
storm. They eutered the storm at 1
aallnn h' l,.vi,., i....l it -I
- I . mmmmm m m M M I 11 tviiununi
until tliev reached rairview. lust east
of Ash Fork.
R. C. McNary is in town today from
the Copper Basin couulry, where he
is engaged iu mining. He says that
it is the U-st mining section in Ari
zona, and that the future will demon
The Joss-y Stock company is billed
to play a return engagement at tin
opera -house in aliout ten days. The
company gave such an excellent jer
formauce at their former appearance
here that they are sure of a good
Col. H. 15. Hmwt formerly of Ari
zona, and brothei in-law of M. H.
Hartson. in charge of V. A.
Clark's engineer'- corns on the dis
puted grade in Nevada m whom
service u,:- sen.-d by the L'uitetl !
States marshal notifying him to quit
work sad wot Mtetfew with the Short
John Lawler returned last night
bom a month's i-it in the eastern
stale-. He states that during ihree 1
wc-'.s of !iis absence he never even
caught a glimpse of the sun. He was !
in snow storms and rain storms galore !
during his absense and was glad to
i get uacK once more to the land of
J sunshine, silver, gold and copper
Prescott Hotel arrivals, May 2: R and Ben Hatfield, are the defendants.
M Cormick, F J Albright, Chicago; ; He alleges that he was induced to sell
John Hanlon, Crown Point; S E j his one-third interest in the claims for
Knapp. Los Angeles; Chas E Nat- $2,666, which he alleges is much less
horst. Jerome; Max J Alwens, Maxton ; than it was worth. That the property
Geo Rhopeter, Dewey; Harry Fagan, is now of the value of over $2,000,000,
Seattle; Albert Stenwash and wife, ! and that his share in it is worth over
San Francisco; N C Webster, railroad; $700,000.
C B Longford, Cripple Creek; TB K r . , , ,. .
Whiteside. Banning creek; S R Hill . Grant, an old time and wel
MeCalie i known faro dealer in the west, died of
hemorrhage in the Palace saloon last
On April 15, the St. Louis and night. He was sitting in a chair talk
North Arkansas railroad was com- ine- when he felt the hemon-haire
pleted. and first class passenger train
service established to Harrison. Ar
kansas forming, in connection with
the Frisco line at Seligmau, Mo., the
only railroad to the great and (as yet)
but partially developed mineral fields
of Northwest Arkansas.
C. P. Steele, brother-in-law of T. L
Harris, arrived in Prescott last night
trom Colorado Jspnngs, to accept a -
position with T. W. Otis. Mr. Steele j
is an experienced groceryman and
.'II. Vim in IVII 1 11 lid ITT IU lUg lliS
services. Mr. Steele will bring his
family to Prescott as soon he can
make the arrangements. He is de
lighted with Prescott at first sight,
and says it was far beyond his ideas
of what it would be, and the great
number of substantial buildings eoiue
up would be the envy of many eastern
Prescott Hotel arrivals, May 3: ClacA'ou"to tl,e resources of Arizona.!
W Wright. N O Murphy, Phenix, E The ske,t1ch ls al accompanied with
W Stephens. Williamson valley; Geo an excellent picture of Mr. Ling.
West, Jerome Junction; F W Bangs, Congress will present a gala ap-,
Bangs. San Diego; W Nellis, Mayer; pearance on Monday and Tuesday,
M M Treadwell, Jerome; Geo T Mil- the occasion of the president's visit to
ner, Kirkland; Wm Foster, Boston; H ' that live gold camp. Congress never
Robinson. England; M H Flint. J ;
Mullen. J Hale. C Madden, Los An
geles; H E Hill, G Heinze, Plain
field, Vt; E D Treadwell and wife,
Jerome; C W Walker, Providence; J
I Lith; Jerome; Ed Hill, McCabe; J
New land. Yaegei ; Geo Tisdale, city.
Mrs. A. A. Johns will leave on Mon
day for a ten days visit to Phenix.
Boring for oil has been commenced
E. M. Doe, the Flagstaff attorney,
is in town.
S. M. Boblett, of Lynx creek, was a
welcome caller at this office today.
Mrs. G. W. Middletonhas returned
from a two months visit to San Fran
cisco. H. E. Potter, Jr., is again in town.
He will leave on tomorrow morning's
train for Williams.
Judge and Mrs. R. E Sloan and chil
dren and their niece, Miss Carr, will
leave on'Monday for a visit to rela
tives in Ohio.
W. J. Lynch a nephew of John
Lawler, accompanied the latter from
the east with-a view of locating in
The Misses Marshall, who have
beep spending the winter in Prescott,
left for their homes in Tennessee this
Prescott promises to be depopu
lated on the occasion of the presi
dent's visit to Congress and Phenix.
A qaecMl train will be run tomorrow,
on which pissengers can go through
Mr. Emery of Massachusetts ar
rivet! on last night's train to look
aftei the interests uf the Shackelford
Robert DeLarge was in town today
en route to Crown Point to take the
position of superintendent of that
- . - . .....
Mrs. lien Kvbon and children have
returned from a stav of seven months
at Agua Calienle, Arizona, where Mrs,
Ryboa has been for her health.
Fen S. Hildreth came over from
Kingman today and will remain iu
l?2S5 f I
A woman employed at the Prescott
h,otel. was "''S ,la8 evening in
?.,eamm? a Vlr of &lovfs wlh gaso-
when some one in the room lit a
m-itoh t -l.i. .li limit,, 1 tl... f.. .... l
' v"""' "rc.,iur
llul1, u's,nK serious burns to the
Woman S hiintls.
Prescott Hotel arrivals April 30:
G P Henderson, Placentas; J Q Ste-
, pheus, I'henin; Arlhur .Moss, Jerome;
Geo A Gamble, Kausiis City; I T
Stoddard. Stoddard; A D Schultz.
Mayer; L M Caldron, Prescott; H W
Taylor. Minnehaha; Jas G Barton.
W J Lester, Mayor; H Hanson. Los
Angeles; Thos C Powell. Providence.
B I; J L Noble, Ash Fork.
The memU-rs of Zuni trilie No. 6,
I.O.R.M had a good, old fashioned
'Corn and Vensiou" social last even
bag iu the council chamber after the
regular work of the lodge and the
adoption of a jsile face whom they
had captured in the forest. A very
enjoyable time was had. It is the in
tentiou to have one of these "smokers"
1 pvcrv n i k in in tl.j. fiiin,-..
Whenever a big strike of mineral is
made it almost always happens that
some one i- found who tries to ge;
hold of it. The Oro Grande, in which
the big strike was recently made,
8!ems to lie in for a lawsuit now, ac
cordi.;,. to pqiers fil--d iu the district
couit 1, , lay. Ttie action is brought
to cancel dt-tls given to the propeity
somi time since, it being claimed that
they were obtained through fraud.
Albert Mei-hing is the plaintiff in the
epse and the Oro Grande Mining corn
no. Geo, B. Upton, Garrett E. Ural? !
Note. Alum baking powders are low priced, as
alum costs but two cents a pound; but
alum is a corrosive poison and it renders the
baking powder dangerous to use in food.
coming on and called for some
salt, but by the time it reached him
he was spitting blood very fast, and
Dr. McGinnis was summoned. He
arrived in I few moments and did all
Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Walls and chil
dren will leave on Monday moraine
for Angeles for a ten days' vi-it
to fake ln thl" hesta amt presidential
Mr aud Mrs A j Head am, their
(Jau,,hter Miss Viva, will leave on
uoiiuay morning ior a visn 10 Los .-n- ,
geles. Mr. Head has been in Arizona
1 i t : ! . a . r i
far twenty five years, during which
time he has only lieen out of the ter
A recent issue of the Detroit, Mich-
'gan. Free Press contains a three col
"inn interview with Reese M. Ling, of
rrescott, in wnicn lie gives a glowing
does anything by halves, and she pro
excel herself on this occa-
Rev. H. B. Long has recovered
from his recent illness, and will oc-1
cupy the pulpit as usual at both '
morning and evening services to-1
The eighteen-ton rock mentioned
some time since iu these columns for
the Prescott National bank, reached
town today. It was found necessary
to brace up the Granite street bridge
to get it over it, as this weight ex- !
ceeds the guaranteed capacity of the j
Machanies Hook and Ladder com-1
pany will hold an important meeting
this evening. Firemen antl their
friends invited. Refreshments will
be served. H. D. Campbell, fore-
We will now run a special train
leaving Jerome Junction about 12:15
! p. m.; Prescott about 1 p. m.; arrive!
' Phoenix alwut 7 p. m. Returning !
' leave Phoenix 8 a. m. May 8; arrive !
Prescott 1:30 p. m.; Jerome Junction
2:30 p. m. Baggage will not be ,
checked on this train but will follow ;
on the regular trains. G. B. Gillette,
city ticket agent.
P. Kearney has just added new bar
fixtures in his saloon. They are
among the finest in the town, the bar
itself being of polished quarter oak
with polished rosewood top. The
back bar is a very handsome one with
a large French plate glass mirror
eight by three feet in the center and
smaller oval ones at each end. The
woodwork of the back bar is also of
polished quarter oak.
City council meets tonight.
Major and Mrs. J. M. Watts went
to Phenix on Saturday night.
Mrs. CL E. Dake left for Phenix on
Saturday night's train.
Phenix holds her city election to
morrow. The latter part of the cam
paign has lieen extremely warm.
The Ixxird of supervisors are in ses
Captain L. D. Philips is able to be
The walls of the Coles-Bashford
Phenix pilgrims will commence ar
riving at Iron Springs very soon.
The hegira for Phenix started in
today. President McKinley will be
in Congress tomorrow morning.
M. R. Kiley left this morning for
his mining camp after a visit of sev
eral days in Prescott on business.
Mr. and Mrs- F. L. Wright Bad Mr.
ami Mrs. R. . Coleman were among
today's excursionists to Phenix.
M. H. Dodge, of the Gold Basin
Mining company, returned a few days)
since from the east.
Governor N. (). Murphy went to El
Paso on Saturday to meet the presi
dent at the territorial line and bid
him and his pirty welcome to Arizona.
There is no health possible without
I MBS blood. Purify and enrich this
I life current, and good health will re
suit. Bostettara Stomach Bitters is
the best medicine in the world to do
.this. It cures iadjgcBttoB, coBstjaa-
tion. dfHMtMM, biliousness, inactive
liver, weak kidneys, and prevents ma
laria, fever and ague. See that our
Private Revenue Stamp co'ers the
neck of the lwttle.
Improves the Appetite and
Thos. J. Laird, the well known min
ing man and newspaper correspond
ent, of Lynx creek, is in town today.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Herndon and
their daughter, Miss Florence, left for
Phenix on today's excursion train.
The railroad company shipped a
car load of evergreens to Phenix to
decorate the railroad depot.
Mrs. R. C. Powersarrived yesterday
from Los Angeles to nurse her hus
United States Attorney R. E. Mor
rison and wife left for Phenix today
to attend the presidential reception.
Henry E. Hill, of Plainfield, Ver
mont, arrived in Prescott on Friday
evening with a view of locating hen-.
Mrs. John Shivers, aged a Unit 2.ri
years, died at her home in Chino val
ley last Saturday, May 4. of paoB
The eighteen-ton rock spoken of in
Saturday's issue was unloaded on
Sunday in front of the new National
It is predicted that the heat thi
summer will lie intense and that cool
weather aud comfortableness will lie
intense (in tents) at Coronado Tent
City, Coronado Beach, Cal.
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Hazeltine left
this morning for a visit to the former's
brother in San Jose, and to witness
the launching of the battleship Ohio
at San Francisco.
Civil service examination to be held
at the court house tomorrow morning
at 9 o'clock for the position of Held
matron. Examination will lie given
by M R. Loring, secrerary of the local
civil service board.
Nathan W. Tarr, superintendent of
the Arizona & Utah railroad, and a
prominent business man of Kingman,
arrived in Prescott Saturday on a
brief business visit and left for Phe
nix last evening.
A Japanese was brought in from
Seligman yesterday and lodged iu '
jail. He is charged with breaking
into a car and stealing a lot of mer-!
A. Bluinberg's New York store was
crowded again on Saturday night with ,
ladies and gentlemen to listen to the
music and look at the beautiful dis
play of goods. The remark was fre- j
quently heard that the place looked :
like a Chicago store.
J. G. Barton, formerly assaver of !
the United Verde mine, arrived here
recently from Mexico where he has
beea residing for some time. It is
said that he will have charge of the '
old Copper Mountain smelter when it ;
It is said that the Santa Fe Pa
cific railroad officials have decided to
put in a pumping plant at Oak Creek
and pipe water to Riordan, a station
five miles west of Flagstaff. Riordan
is the highest point on this division of
the railroad and the water would flow
from a reservoir at that point Iwth
east and west and supply stations
along the line for miles.
R. G. Darnell is up from Hillside
J. W. Norton, of Coyote Springs, is
Colin Timmons has returned from
a trip to California.
H. M. Gibbes, the well known at
torney of Jerome, came in on today's
Alex Bowie, of the Caltilonian Coal
company, of Gallup, is in town tixlay
on black diamond business.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Nelson will cele
brate their silver wedding on Friday
evening, May 10.
The Bashford-Burniister company
has a big business talk in this issue.
It tells its own story. Read it.
R. N. Fredericks returned on Satur
day evening from his Santa Cutaliua ,
fishing expedition. He was away lor
about a month.
Charles Binford and John Frii, r
icks left this morning for their sum
mer vacation, which will be spent in
Los Angeles aud vicinity.
Mrs. A. E. Taylor and child, of
Houston, Texas, are expected to ar- j
rive in Prescott tomorrow for a visit
with the former's parents. Mr. aud
Mrs. L. F. Hale.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Con-1
gregational church will meet Wednes-;
day at 2:30 o'clock p.m. with Mrs. H. i
B. Long, All members are respect-
fully requested to attend.
John Lawler is negotiating for the 1
sale of a train load of horses, at S5.00 j
per head. If the sale goes through
the shipment will be made May 25 '
from Kirkland valley.
Judge J. W. Deane will lecture at
the Congregational church on Tues-1
day evening. May 14, on the subject
of "One Hour Enough." Mrs. J. W.
Deane will render a vocal solo, and a
male quartette will render a musical
number, and Mrs. W. R. Ross will :
give a recitation.
The presidential train is schi-tluled
to arrive in Phenix at 3:30 o'clock to
morrow morning, Pacific coast time, or j
4:30 mountain time. Just as soon as
the transfer can be made to the S. F.,
P. & P. road the start will be made
to Congress, where the train is ex
pected to reach at 7 o'clock. Extra
precautions will be made in the run to j
Congress and hack, as a pilot engine
will be run about five minutes in ad-
vauce of the presidential train to pre- ;
vent any possibility of accident.
The Florence Tribune last Satur
day, May 4, issued a regular McKin
ley edition. A personal letter to the (
president, imploring him for state
hood and for water storage, was pul
lished on the first page, while a large
ixrtion of the remaining space was
,1,-voted to news concerning him aud.
his wife. A copv of the issue, to be
presented to the president, was printed
on silk, and will lie in Phenix da- i
livered to President McKinley by Edi
tor Reppy himself.
Frescott Hotel arrivals. May 4: Mr
and Mrs H E Fletcher, Minnehaha: C
W Pierce. San Francisco: Mrs XI R
Kiley, Fort Worth: N W Tarr. King
man; EC Hill, Jerome; JG IJarion.
Phenix; A E Mitchell, Yaeger: E M
Mackev, Jamestown; D D McDonald.'
Lincoln mine; A D Schultz, Mayer; -B
Stock, Tucson: W () Morgan, San
Francisco; M H Dodge, Cleveland:
Mr ami Mrs M Bodtfcer, New York; E
J Parkinson, Jerome; A H Wood,
Boston; O O Knox, E H Webb, Col
orado Springs; A W Beck, Mayerr J
(1 Barton. Mexico: (l VY Richardson,
Bouldr: J 1) Wakciv, city; I T Stod
dard, C M Stoddard. Stoddard: M H
Fliut. Los Angeles; SF Hoag. city;
G G Petrie, St Louis: E L Dunn, Los I
Angeles; A Rrown, Gallup: J M Dun- i
can. Ash Fork, F A Divis, city.
Humors Come to the Surface
in the spring as iu no other season.
They don't run themselves all olT that
way, however, but mostly remain iu
the system. Hood's Sarsaparilla cures !
than, wards off danger, makes good 1
A sjx-cial to the Glolie Democrat
from Hermosillo. Mexico, says that
the leader of a 1m nd of Yaquis cap
turcd recently by Mexican troops has
been executed by ordei of General
Torres. Before execution hewas pos,
itively identified by Alex McDouald
au American scout, as the qotorioij
of the Back
That is where some people feel
weak all the time.
They are likely to be despondent
and it is not unusual to find them
borrowing trouble as if they hadn't
The fact is their kidneys are weak,
either naturally or because of sickness,
exposure, worry or other influences.
"I am thankful to say." writes J. L. Camp
bell, of Sycamore. III., "that Hood's Sarsapa
rilla has cured me. For many years I was
troubled with backache. At times I was so
bad I had to be helped from the bed or chair.
I am now well and strong and free from pain."
What this trreat medicine did for him it has
done for others.
Promises to cure and keep6 the
promise. Begin treatment with
CORRALS THE FIELD.
The Standard Oil Company Secures
Control of the Only Outlet of
The most important deal having a
bearing on the Beaumont oil fields
that has lieen accomplished was the
purchase recently of the entire water
frontage on the ship side of the deep
water channel at Port Arthur, Texas,
by the Standard Oil Comjxtny. The
move was so entirely unexpected that
the independent oil operators in the
Beaumont field who have been devis
ing some means for keeping the
Standard Oil Company out of that
field are nonplussed, and do not
know what move to counter this gi
gantic deal of the great oil trust.
It is understood that the project of
forming a combine of many of the in
dependent companies for the purpose
of competing with or shutting out the
Standard Oil Company will be car
ried out on the lines originally laid
down, and that the charter of this
concern will lie filed in the secretary
of state's office here some time next
week. It will have a capital stock of
SiiO.000,000 to $100,000,000.
The details of the deal of the Stand
aril Oil Company at Port Arthur have
not yet been given out officially by the
parties directly concerned. The pur
chase not only included all the water
frout, but also the wharves aud other
By acquiring this water frontage
the Standard Oil Company obtained
absolute control of the oil field so far
as the output of oil through that deep
water port is concerned. It can
bring every existing anil prospective
oil pipe line concern that has or seeks
to have an outlet to the shipside to
It has beeu known to those on the
inside for some time that Messrs
Guffey & Galey, the pioneer oil men
in the Beaumont field have merged
their interests into that of the Stand
ard Oil Compuuv aud by that deal
consummated yesterday the latter
corporation gets access to the Guffey
& Galev oil lands, which amounts to!
over 60,000. acres on which there are
two gushers located.
You are much more liable to disease
when your liver and liowels do not act
properly. DeW'itt's Little Early Ris
ers remove the cause of the disease.
Brish-y Drug Co.
I am still in it now at the south
side of the plaza, next to the Prospect
effice. Will do all carriage trimming
and upholstering work at reasonablo
prices. Good work guaranteed. J'
G. Feller. J
The least in quantity and most in
quality describes DeWitt's Little
Early Risers, the famous pills for con
stipation and liver complaints. Bris
ley Drug Co.
First, Ajax Tablets, tUft Second,
two months pleasant medicine. Third,
strong nerves, good blood, cheerful
ness and health. No better invest
ment. Sold and recommended by
Brisley Drug Co. 3-20tf
DeWitt's Little Early Risers search
the remotest parts of the bowels and
remove the impurities speedily with
no discomfort. They are famous for
their efficacy. Easy to take; never
gripe. Brisley Drug Co.
Skin affections will readily disap
pear by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve. Look out for counterfeits.
If you get DeWitt's you will get good
results. It is the quick and positive
cure for piles. Brisley Drug Co.
Mr. W. J. Baxter of North Brook, N i
C, says he suffered with piles for fif-!
teen years. He tried many remedies!
with no results until he used DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve and that quickly
cured him. Brisley Drug Co.
Wanted- Position as housekeepe:
or cook for small nuuilier of peopler
will go out of town. Apply at Jour-
1 Mianr office, or address postoffice
bos 56, Prescott, Ariz. 5-3x12
Ticket for Colorado Springs, Color
ado, for sale vry cheap. Call on or .
address "H." this office. tf
We have on hand, all the time, veg
etables suitable for mining camps.
All onlers promptly attended to, at
F. H. Baldwin's, successor to F. E.
Belgian Hares- A jxiirof pedigreed
Belgian hares, together with two tirst
class pens, will 1m- sold cheap. Apply
at Journal-Miner ollk-e. tf
"Our little girl was unconscious
from strangulation during a sudden
ad terrible attack of croup. I quickly
secured a t Kittle of One Minute Cough ;
due, giving her thn-e doses. The
croup was mastered and our little i
darling speedily reiMvered." So writes
A. L. Bpa&Otd, Chester. Mich. Bris
lay Drug Co.
Want nerve force? Take Ajax
Tablets, TiO cents at Brislev Drug Co.
Agents Wanted Representative
party doing business with mines to
sell crude oil for fuel: ear load quan
tities. EL S. Wo line: A Co., Los An
geles, Cal. .") lis
Wauted. A team of good road
horses for a long trip that will weigh
from WOO to 1000 hnihiIs. Price must
lie reasonable. Apply at cottage next
to Brinkmeyer's restaurant. 6t
If ieople knew what we know about
aliout Bodol Dyspepsia Core, it would
Ik- usiil iu nearly every household, as
there are few -ople who do not suf
fer from a feeling of fullness after
eating, U-lching, flatulence, sour stom
ach or water brash. CMMM by indi-gi-stion
or dyspepsia. A preparation
such as Kodol Dystiepsia Cure, which,
with no aid from the stomach, will di
gest your fmKl. certainly can't help
but do you giKK 1 . Jiisley Drug Co.
'T have beea suffering from dys
pepsia for the past twenty years and
have been unable after trying all pre
parations and physicians to get any
relief. After taking one lxittle of
KikIoI DysK-pia Cure I found relief
and am now in U-tter Health than I
have been for twenty years. I cannot
praise EotloJ Dyspepsia Cure too
highly." thus writes Mrs. C. W. Rob
erts, North 'p:rk. rk Brisley Drug
Rio Verde Redivivus.
Mr. Gus Hudson was the guest of
j his brother, W. D.. luesday. Jo Mr.
, Hudson the management of the Rio
' Verde canal scheme has been turned
over, and he made the trip from Ken
tucky to complete plans relative to the
! enterprise. The Rio people had a
; scheme to irrigate a large section of
desert land lying north of Phenix by
a system contemplating storage of
; flood waters of the Verde river in the
winter and distributing the same in
the summer. The financiering of the
enterprise, which provided for the
floating of some $2,000,000 worth of
bonds, Was put in the hands of Don
ald Grant, a successful businens man
of St. Paul. He spent two years try
ing to get the money, sent representa
tives to Europe to interest foreign cap
ital, in fact left no stone unturned to
accomplish his part of the work, but
to no purpose. Mr. Hudson was also
closely identified with the work, his
field being to sell water rights under
the proposed ditch and arrange for
colonizing the new country. His ef
forts, unlike those of Mr. Grant, were
marked with signal success. Thou
sands of acres of land were sold, and
great quantities of water rights con
tracted for by the proposed settlers.
His effort was made in the richest ag
ricultural section of Kentucky, and
had the bonds been disposed of Mr.
Hudson would have located in the
Salt river valley a prosperous lot of
The failure of Mr. Grant of course
interfered with all plans, and their af
fairs have been Without life for two
years past. Lately Mr. Hudson, who
is an intensely religious person, pro
posed to the principal stockholders
that the enterprise lie turned over to
him. The method he proposes is to
go east and work exclusively among
Christians and have them take up the
bonds and people the country with
church members. The understanding
Mr. Hudson has with his mates is that
all the profits falling to him be used
in missionary work.
In these plans there is a radical dif
ference in the methods common to
promoters known here, and there will
be those who will claim that Mr. Hud
sou is anticipating the millenium,
dreaming, as it were; this as it may
be, he has started out by inducing a
bunch of hard headed and practical
business men to give him a chance to
do the work as above indicated. Je
The following is a list of letters re
maining in the post office for the week
ending May 6. ItWI :
Arizona Brg Co
Barry, J D
Beale, G I
Beanbury, P H
Byrnes, Thos A
Campbell, Jas H
Denning, Miss N
Dickson, Mrs J H
Giles, Mrs Geo
Hawley, Mrs E F
Lonberger, S P
Lynch, John J
Martin, Lyle W
Muhrens, Mrs W F
Norton, John H
Reeves, E J
Roberts, Miss A B
Smith, Mrs E H
Sullivan, Mrs P M
Suber, Miss L A
Taylor, W S 2
Warren, John 2
Wentworth, Wm F
Wilson, Mrs J A
V M C A
Hedigan, O A
Jennings, F C
Jones, D J
Abila, Yeido Chaves, Edwardo
Aliment, M Ruiz, A
Cordova, V Tapai, Juan
Please call for advertised letters.
J. W. Akers, P. M.
German Electric Razoi Hone
guaranteed equal to the best hone
made. Can use water, oil and lather.
Will last a life time. Each hone pack
ed in a neat card board case. Every
one perfect. Just the thing for pri
vate use. Price 75c.
We want an agent in each town, to
whom exclusive sale will be given.
Write for sample and agent's outfit.
Sent by mail. A money coiner. Ad
dress. MARSH MFG. CO.
No 542 West Lake Street, Chicago'
Steam Stamp Mill for Sale!
Owner of new portable Tremalue
steam stamp mill, extras, 40 H.-P.
boiler and complete equipment, de
sires to correspond with owners of
first class properties. Milling capa
city, twelve to twenty-five tons pea
day. References exchanged. Ad
dress A. H. GILBERT,
$5,000.00. The Cliff House prop
ertv. corner Cortez and Willis streets,
50x140 feet. Address Herbert Peery,
Phoenix, Arizona, this week. Time,
at eight per cent, if desired. 3-6s
Estimates are wanted for sinking
three shafts 200 feet each on the ledge
of the White Horse group of mines.
W alker district. Contractors will be.
required to timber where necessary. ,
Bids will be received at the Boyd
House. Jerome, Arizona, up to and
including May 10. Bids should be
addressed to D. C. Monroe, as above.
Special services will be held iu the
Free Mission hall, 324 West Gurley
strtvt, on Friday night next at 8;
o'clock. Rev. D. G. Sheppard. of Los
Angeles, will have charge. Services
will lie held on Saturday night in the
Miller school house at 8 o'clock, and
Sunday at 11 a.m.
A Lost Horse.
Lost, on April 16, a buckskin mare
belonging to the Sisters of Mercy hos
pital. Any information concerning
the whereabouts of the animal will be !
gratefully received by the Sister Su-
penor, rrescott Ariz. tt
Mines For Sale.
Seven claims; large body of free
milling gold ore; plenty of water.
Between 300 aud 400 feet of develop
ment. Call on or address S. J.
Gnash, 1kx, 399, Prescott, Arizona.
Coal for Sale
Caledonian coal, the best in the
market, for sale by F. C. Paine, agent
in Prescott. Order your coal uow for j
the winter tf.
This wonderful medicine cures in
somnia, steadies the nerves, stimulates
the kidneys, and purities the blood.
It cures all stomach troubles such as
dyspepsia, indigestion and flatulency.
Try it also for malaria, fever and
On receipt of price we pay postage
on Ajax Tablets. Brisley trur Co..
Ring up f9 for fresh vegetables of
all kinds promptly delivered. F. H.
Baldwin, successor to F. E. Jones, tf
Vaccine vims, at Ross' drug store.
Just received. Guaranteed fresh.
Have vou seen those lovely shirt
waists at Mrs. Blaine's?
ess. Best m in m morM fit
XT Is grown In the mountain district of Ceylon and SPECIALLY
prepared to suit the American trade. It is packed on the garden
where grown, in one-pound, half-pound and quarter-pound
soldered air-tight lead packages, thereby retaining ail its wonderful
fragrance. It is sold only in these lead packages never in bulk If
you want the very best tea, ask your grocer for NASAN.
OWNERS OF THE CELEBRATED
j - - , t. a, j
CANNED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, COFFEE, BAKING POWDER,
EXTRACTS AND TABLE LUXURIES.
Franklin MacVeagh & Co,, Chicago.
SOLE AGEMTS FOR
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.'S
Gasoline and Steam Hoists. Air Compressors, Portable
and Stationery- Boilers. Etc.
gfMore of the Fairbanks, Morse & Co.'s hoists have been sold in thi
section during the past pear than all other makes combined- They excel ie
POWER, RELIABILITY and ECONOMY and are especially valuable
where wood aud wafer is scarce.
y Full particulars and estimates furnished tioonjapplicationjto
Hardware and Mining Supply Depot
And Kodak Supplies
20 Per Cent off On Eastman Kodaks.--.?
ARIZONA'S LEADING JEWELERS,
Seeds Seeds Seeds
GARDEN AND FLOWER.
Lawn Grass Seeds in Packages and Balk !
Our Thirty Years' Experience
In selecting seeds for this market enables us to chose varieties most suitable
for the soil and climate of Northern Arizona.
KELLY j STEPHENS
D. CAMPBELL DAVIES & CO.
Representing the Largest European and American
Mills, Mines and Smelting Machinery Supplies
Export Trade a Specialty.
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. ON THE PLAZA. Telephone 1 44.
Complete Stock of Fine Whiskysand Cordials for the Trade
Sole Dealer In PABST bnkl Co.'s Milwaukee Beer.
JAKE MARKS, I
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
The Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskeys I
OT-A rull Llm- of WINES AND CKSAM ' .th'. Trade.
5-L-eierin W.J, LEMH-S Brew.ng !:. vi'. Bottled Br
OFFICE In RfAR 0L1 IffiQft EXC1IAN