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DAILY W1 WEEKLY.
J C. IARTIN, Editor and Proprietor
Entered in the Pwtotfice at Prescott. Arizona,
as Second-Class Matter.
For the third time in a third
of a century of American free-
QOm, assassination nas again
triumphed and the ghastly
work of the anarchist has been
, . . .
luinuea. l ne memorable
days ol Lincoln and darneld
clasp hands with McKinley
m profound sorrow and sol-
emn devotion, and as the
scene is airain freshened bv
Scene IS again freshened b
lie recurrence of the past m
all Its ingntlUl Uorrors, the
shifting curtain in life's drama
IS Stupefying and alarming.
, y . ,
A country that is pure and .
free to all on One hand, and j
on the" other which at regular
. . a . .i .ii
intervals must Dear tne Dur- t, . . . Menu of oiliee had exniied
i supporter has this official had than ' ",u
den of tragedies that Strike Governor Murphy. The dirty and! Chicago physicians while oxaniin
down the patriotism and man- ! cancerous insinuations of newspajx-rs, ing Karl Wauibold with Hw X-ray.
hood of its men who rule just- ; acked bv personal malice and splen- discovered that he has two hearts.
lv sacredlv anrl lovallv nialc. ! etk' that a certain minin de I the riRfct perfrm itS
l,sacrell3 and lovain makes . ajT.(injj tvrtail, Ivsi,,,.nts of functions as properly as the left heart,
the Strong weak as they pause j ,his city was again to be unraveled i against which it presses slightly, and
and shudder again today as and displaved in all its iniquity and , both are as free from disease apjwr
another American ruler "lies cunning, falls again as flat ami unwar- ently. as any normal heart. Physi-
2t death's door in answer to a
summons from the cause of a
fanatical and treacherous be
lief. It is sad
Never before '
in American history has a
ruler reigned who on every
hand has the support, the fi
delity, and the love of the
liam McKinley. His
as a citizen of long
as it runs on and up;
with that of the executive of
the nation, has been simple,
pure and loyal. Whetherat the
fireside of his humble home,
or of the nation's welfare, he
has been a concientious ser
vant to a duty that makes his
and above one of j
love and devotion. He has
i i j r
uccu true as a man, anu nrm
as a patriot
. j . v ii i
fulfillment was paid for by the
assassination of Garfield, and
the sublime cementing of both
memorable deeds must be
measured by the blood of Mc
Kinley. It is time American
heroism asserts itself. It has
never faltered in the past, and
why should it hesitate now,
no matter what the penalty
The motive of the nation's
affliction is as unjust as it is
cruel. Behind the man and
his deed there hovers the
treacherous and the cowardly j
instincts of a cause that is for- I
j 1 a
ciKii auu repulsive to vmen-
cans and American principles.
The same channels, in short,
that harbored the death of
Lincoln and Garfield, would j
now deign to take that of lie-
m. m , , , ,
It has shrouded other na-
tions in gloom and again ad-
vances to the hearthstone of
the home that has fostered
j 4.4.j n r n ;
"u uiuicvicu ail liicil 111 ail'
. . ,
pnnciples. What a lesson
this last act is in the drama of
nations. Is the future ruler
T -i ic , r
ol the republic to mingle free-
1 1 , ......
ly and voluntarily with his ,
people shoulder to shoulder
as has Mr. McKinley, or is he
to be sheltered and barricaded
behind and awav from a prin
that the declaration of
1770 indelibly moulded into
the life of the nation. An
archy or its advocates have
again stricken down the best
man of the best nation, and
whether or not the assailant
is harbored bv anv association
- v. . , .
1 '1 CW-U LlOU-U L liJd.1 t UllMl 1 lgC
or supports his cowardly and
henious career, he and all fol-
lowers of his so-called princi-
pies should be made for once
, , . ,
and forever to feel and know
that the highest type of Amer-
icanism will be sheltered and
- - - : :..; in .
. I Ult L'U ill uo uii; HKt 1UI
like from now on.
William McKinlev is
Ideal American, and when fav-
onng Arizona WOB a visit Din
or1 of mnnminD- hovers over other trivial deeds, the consummation
gci ui mourning noycrsoer(
.a . , , . I of the McKinley tragedy, must of ne-1
this stricken man, nothing but 1 , 7. ...
' 0 cessitv awaken a fresh and a morbid
the smcerest and kindliest of interefit in the that threatens
. 1 ... T. - .. . , . -
tokens are his. It IS right, all. and particularly the influence
, ... fe 'I , .1 17 T . . . .
because It IS JUSt. The en- ! and power of the nation. Legislation
fare nation mourns, and cons of a
matterwhat the people may ' nature d"?. TT.T!!
... . r . . 1 forcibly against this element, and it
believe, in a partisan spirit, shouJd te treated as high treisou for
-a r ai. r 11 t iU
tney Cnensn lor the fallen anv association of men toget together
. L . .. ,
president a trait that is char- fony purpose to attach themselves
E . . r 11 1 to any organization other than for in-
tenstic of all he is an Amer- ,', , ,
jdustnal purposes. Anarchistic so-
lcan. The regeneration of 1 cialistic or nihilistic performances, of
the republic was christened j a physical or oratorical character
with the blood of Lincoln, the should inc,uded 5 the P-1-
h 1 commonplace mingling
with the masses, his indiffer- cannot go hack ou its jiolitical doc
ence to fear, his utter disrc-! trine, no matter how rotten that may
j r a.' :v. - lfca. CM out of the sepulchor, old
miner or the laborer, his frank
and plain manner in familiar
izing himself with conditions
and surroundings of a people
Sives to him ;ind his today a
" y m)
lroni away down on the bor-
der f tne republic and a hope
itliat Vip maw l.w
BUSTED UP AGAIN.
The assK-iation of Governor
jphvs nan;e with thatof chief Justk,, ; tTourWutT "P
! Street iu a hostile manner has col-
' '"P1- Associated press dispatches W alarmists are at work on
, V . lLl whh that of Pernor Murphy. In a long wind-
I . imnt - s . MW.'1 lt.s distich from Phenix,A
the of the territory in a light that is
decidedly gratifying and refreshing
' this much discussel matter.
From the beginning of the contro-
versv that had for its objwt thepos.
sible removal of Judge Street, up to
;iu official investigation of his con-
duct, no firmer or mora enthusiastic
rauted as the accusation itself. But I ciaus say mere nas never oeen a smn
that trait is no concern or interest, es-1 lar case, so far as medical records
pecially to the Courier. For a decade J show.
that sheet, unlike the true blue rattle- ( The rotten political scalp coutin-
sna'e Sirkes "itno"f rattling. No)
matter what may be the country s ills
or the personal ambitions of men. if
ever there is an occasion or an inceo-
tive for it to coil and send its fangs
into the Murphy's it never falters to
i oo so. ine oeauiiiui attitude 01
Governor Murphy on the Street iu-
vestig.ition is a hard pill for our
the teemed" sheet to swallow. Pull
hole in after von. vour feet track.
TIME TO MOVE.
From all sections of the union re
ports an- dribbling in that anarchis
tic societies are rejoicing over the
shooting of the president. We trust
this is true. It furnishes an indisput
able link that there are organizations
everywhere of these assassins, and
that thev are bold and irreconcilable
! enough to parade their motives defi
'antly and triumphantly. With the
. . ,
Mafia troubles of New Orleans, the !
. - ... j
ieisiaiioii snouiu iiiso jireioi 10 oir
the foreign immigrant of the lower
type from entering unless he is con-
v. isaut with the orthodox language
and appreciates the principles of the
country. Unlay throughout the na-
tion are hundreds of fiery and villai-
nous stn-et talkers are preaching the
doctrine that has led up to our lale
afflictiou. and because "freedom of
speech" is tolerated, no one dan ,
cares to step in.
Saturday evening in Prescott a
street blasphemer endeavored to in-
noculate his hearers with his ideas of
running a government or moulding
one's life, according to foreign ideas.
Iu short he endeavored to proselyte,
or drive Americans awav from Amer-
ther(. is no law to wver tbes. -m.
ttllpftn:i 1 enrnitf rs it is tmsr to mjaaTA
a t. 4 .i ..r.. . 4
r""m "' mm j
j aj .
I uo w 10 ituopi ine un wrsitriii 1
I mettimls thut i,ri'V:lil,(l liefnre onliti- :
1 1 ,
c:i chieMiierv was cMnsideml or teen- ;
nical law book made justice a Ion!"- "ar"anty
road to traveL
We supiH'se that Judge Doan will
u , , T t k
have charg preferred against his
judicial conduct Ly that Mammoth
With the Arizona rangers iu the
saddle and a weak code to give cattle
, , , . , . ,
and horse thieves nothing more than
L Vear in jail, than should be lively
times na the range ag:iin and until j
,n'n,x, hadatans npaah lwth of;
The public will lie as much sur-
M ,,. ,,,-,, of the
land office professes himself to be to
Um ,1;,t ,,uri"" ,hp Ut tmal -v, ar
iiwic 11.1. ii iniuii-n-.ivi run line
In-en coinjileted than in any other
year since the passage of the home-
as mauv final entries of homesteads
and acres were completed as during
the first nineteen years following the
enactment of the law. There were
tW.rils original entries, covering '..-
497.7.") acres. Inciudingorigiual and
1 final entries and commutations, then.-wen-
II 1.390 tracts dealt with, em-
bracing, as th.-
for actual. bnnaaUe
homes for American settlers."
Lite teleimiohic advices from
TTsshing,tii Btatataaa Jadge ENmet,
who panoaaDy wtoi ti th it city to
n,u ,!"u" ""' lwed
aaaiust his judicial career as the chief
f ,, , ,
justice of the territory, is giving his
enemies ;, Vel v tnnd fading. The
cannnai against the gewtlinmsa are
groundless and if the nVeet up
str-et would like a genteel "tip"
the source of the trouble or the
groundless and if the nVeH an the
called charg -s preferred, it would not j
l,..,. - ... ,.io,l.. ,.f i .... .. .u.lit-.l 1
rot pit to put its linger on tan man
the it h conri8tent.. and
One Tucson kid kill
liberately with a 22. rilh
playing rough i iders.
An Ohio man is to suierse.le Hoey
as collector of the jiort if Nogales.
They'll get hiui soon, too.
Summonses and notices for the
k MIIIIIIUUI n (11
ejectment of settlers from the Boquil-
los land grant have been served. The
ffrant includes the towns of narbant
The war department has completed
the apportionment of militia among
the different states and territories.
il J . , r ii
me ueparture oi me governor lor tne
east, he has been made to resign and
left for Washington for that purpose.
Governor Murphy, however, tele
graphed to the Los Angeles Times on
Monday that that telegram was false,
and that he had no intention of leav
ing the territory officially until his
gent are after Judge Street, the chief
: justice ot the Arizona supreme court,
' He is invulnerable, and more than
that he is honest and purr, or has
; been since his apixintment. His
j judicial path has !een one of honesty
and ngnt, aim in tins section oi An-
zona, on decisionsaffecting the indus
trial welfare of this ((immunity, his
logical and uutranimeled conduct has
been above reproach or suspicion.
Between five and six hundred thou
I sand gallons of water is being pump
I ed from the Chiuo water pumping
i plant into the city reservoir, and
, alwut the same amount of dust and
i street excrement is lx'iug blown into
J the eyes of citizens, and distributed
; over the counters and stock in trade
of merchants upon the main business
streets in the city, and we would like
to suggest to the city council that it
would not be out of place to either
secure the services of the watering
cart' wh,h IS f
peace uniiei a iree on ine otner side
it-....! 'an 1...1.. .1II.1,- 11...
. . . . .
dust nuisance, or else attach some of
. . , ...
the city hoae to the hrdrants and wet
! , " .. , ,
' down h? UK)n
part of the tranlc (H-curs and business
. , 4 , ... . . , .
ts COnaacted. e certainly have
! ,(,utv q m f)
demands of the citv and a good W
I- m the distribothni of the
1 , ..
tra supply on the dusty eta
would make gotxl Christians out of
respectable citizens, who are" now
to intermit4B- OIlthursts of
! about time that Phenix papers
commenced their aaanai aaeafJagoa
i "T a"d S,;,tehood;'
ot I .rii Tut
i j vaiaa
again when the heavy broadsides of
j the Schley-Sampson controversy get
; to booming again,
Southern Arizona papers now n-fer
i to him as Governor Stoddard. It
makes no difference to Isaac whether
j he is a 'Prince or Pauper." as he
takes just so much anyway,
It Ui jj, now as if Adnnsi
Sampson will not lie able to at-
tend the c-ourt martial. He will
prolwbly be alwut ten miles awav
when the firing begins.
In nriler til lie fllir:ttlv in l i ,
I . . . .. , .
should liob up with with a first elaaa
rape event and a consequent roasting
bee. Put then it's tj late now to do
the thing up "brown" below the Gila
horizon, as the weather is moderating.
Aogaies allairs lias again
. , . .
thrown Arizona into national noton-
Geroniino should U permitted
... k.i. .u:
w 111 ne 1111 ,,11,
again, for between
and white face
former will end
( ioiiiic.o oeilli. ill,
sotav day. while the latter element
are up and at it all the time.
The semi-occasional outbreak of
the San Carlos Indians is being in
augurated in the G-striug press, as a
result of a warm tiswin jag these In
dians enjoy once in a while like their
The Egyptian woman looks greatly
overburdened, and yet the physical bur
dens she carries will not compare with
the burdens borne by many an American
woman. There is no
burden like the bur
den of disease. The
woman who suffers
or ulceration, lear-imf-down
back and nervous
ness, bears a burden
which crushes her
should k now that
Ir. Herce's Favorite
weak women strong
and sick women
well. It cures the
which cause weak
ness and feebleness.
It quiets the nerves,
cures the aching
Kick and throbbing
head, and gives
strength for wifely
cares and maternal
- Whi n 1 first wrote
to you I was in a had
condition, and had almost pveii up " aav Mrv
Brlta sjuider. o Wllkevillr, VinVn Co'. Ohio.
I aufltrinK from ftrmalr lr iiMe of the
worst kind ; I couMn l eat anything without
Buffering KTeat distress ; throat hurt me by
spells : was nervou und weak. Had numf
Bands and amis, heart troutilt-. pnina all through
my liody and ai-hin head and neck It seemed
that I could not work at alt. I pot Or Pierce's
medicine and took it as directed, and the first
week it beran to help me. 1 took three bottlea
and am glad t say that it del me more good
than all tne other medirine I ever took I feel
better than I have for years "
Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser, in paper
covers, is sent frt c on receipt of 21 one-
cent stamps to pav expense of mail-
ing only, or if cloth bound volume is
desired, send n stamps Address Dr
aesireu. sent it stamps. A
R V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
V. Pierce, Bu
fiTT rrrft". J rV
Yon can make your bar
ntsa u soft as a glove
and as tough an wlro by
lengthen Its ltffft make it
Uat twlca as long an it
na like new. Made of
pure, heavy bodied oil, ee
peclally prepared to wtUi
ai&ad too weather.
in cans all eizes.
Made by STANDARD OIL CO.
brethern of the pale face hue. The gov-
vernment should liberally encourage
this booze practice among its wards.
for bv r.o doing, the average Apache
will so rapidly exterminate his own
race that when he wakes up. or soliers
, r, . ,
up. u ncieoam in ua.e 1.0 rauon. ...
issue, and very little burden to Ix-ar
in a financial regard.
SUIT OVER MINING STOCK
Litigation Has Been Commenced in No
gales Over Sonora M. and M.
Last Saturday H. E. Stevens ap
pearod hafon I. S. Court Commis
sioner R. D. George and made appli
cation for an order restraining the
Sonora Milliug and Mining company
from issuing stock to Dr. G. K. Sing,
the former owner of the big silver
properties now lx-ing worked by them
in the Altar district in Sonora. The
order was granted.
Mr. Stevens, the
applicant for the restraining order,
' claims that he had a contract with
! Dr. Sing to the effect that he (Ste-
vens) was to receive half of the pur
chase price obtained for the proper
ties, which as SKIO.OOO; that Dr.
Sing now refuses to stand by the con
tract, hence the order to restrain the ( son, who attended the banquet at the
'company from issuing anv stock to Waldorf-Astoria given for the enlist
1 iv. r. ' cj- lj ed men during the New ork cele-
Dr. Q. h. Slug, his servants or anv- ... .? , ui.:u
I fe. j i brat ion. Schlev made a speech which
one acting for him. to(,k tne sailors "by storm.
President Cou O'Keefe arrived iu It has been suggested that General
the city last night from the mines .Shatter should be called as a witness
ami was seen this morning by the when the court of inquiry meets. It
Vidette Reporter, regarding the Ste- js not known just what Sampson's
veus-Sintr difficulty. Mr. O'Keefe
said: I have nothing to say regard
ing the matter. It is no man) of
the company's. We have kept all our
obligations to the letter and any diffi
culty Dr. Sing, from whom we bongfcj
the prapertiea, may have, does not1
affect us. 1 have just returned from
the mines, where development work is
progressing on the new workings
with most satisfactory results. Mr.
Glore. our assaver, is getting some as
says that would make your mouth
water. Both Dr. Sing and Stevens
are friends of mine and I am sorry to
know they are having trouble and I
hoiie to see them come t" a satisfac-
' 1 , . ,
President O'Keefe will leave in ;l of November. Memlx-rs of the asso
few da vs for the northern part of the all over the territory express them-
terrnorv on business tor Ins cum
pany. Nogales Vidette.
ARIZONA AND STATEHOOD.
Governor Rr.urphy Interviewed
In the course of his recent visit to'
New York. Governor Murphy was in
terviewed by the Mail and Bxpnmoa
the subject of Arizona. The news
"Gov. X. O. Murphy of Arizona.!
who was ot the Holland house yester
day, but left last night for Winning
ton. expressed himself forcibly iu an
interview regarding the admission of
the territory to statehood, lie was
appointed bj Harrison, was in con
: gress during Cleveland's adnii:iistra
j tion and was apjx'inted governor by!
President McKinley En l.tT. He i
therefore familiar with the condition
of Arizona. He said:
" "We have'oeeli seeking for twelve'
years to Ik- recognized as a state.1
NUrlhwestern territories have lieen
admitted to statehood during this
time, but for xlitical reasons Arizona
has Id-en kept out.
" "An erroneous impression has pre
vailed iu congress that the territory
was either in favor of free silver ori
democracy. It is true that the vote is
clones but in a national election it
would undoubtedly go republican.
So there is really no excuse for ex
cluding us for political reasons.
" We do not beg for admission '
1 we demand it. and will continue to!
do so every year. Our population has
increased rapidly during the last ten;
years and it is now alxait I IU.000 aud
the territoay is verv prosperous. Its
assessed aluatiuu increased s5.(MX,-!
000 last year and is now '.",'. MHKI.OOO.
: No one is burdened with taxation.
" "There is no fake or wildcat min
ing in Arizona. I is.aied a letter;
warning people against fakes and it
had the desired effect. Nearly aVUOOO
men an directly or indirect! y affected
in copper and gold mining and every
other industry is thriving.
: are being built in various directions
and now towns are being nrrtnrHnand
all over the territory.' "
THE STREET rVYESTIGATlOl
Nothing Sfaatc Against tin Conduct
cf t!.e Arizona Jostles.
An associat'-d pram dispatch from
Washington yestenh.y stated that
Justice Street was before the depart
ment of justice yesterday iu the mat
ter of the charges preferred against
hint. The charges, it was s;ii,. were
uot sjH-citic and would not likaljr,
therefore. Ix- entertained h the attorney-general.
A lell er was receive. 1
from Judge Street, in which he said
that the charges wi re general. He
was accused ot corruption, lack of
dignify and degeneration. No refer
enee had been made, as was reported,
to his decisions iu the Cobre Grande,
(ling of Arizona or anv other case.
His nephew. Percy A. Gilmore, also
had a letter from him. iu which he
said he expected to ret 111 11 the latter
part of this mouth. At the time of
wiiting be and Mrs. Street were at
tiie Shore home. Washington. They
had lately Ix-en visiting ex-Attorney
Gtenegnl Ghrtags, who is a relative by
marriage. Mr-. Street will rem dn iu
the east with her daughter, Mr-.
Wtckhatn.nt Atlantic City an I Phila
phia Until eool weather. Itcpubli-
An Arianna mining man, Barn the
San Francisco Bulletin, basbeen mad
for .-,( ).i K f 1 damages f,r breach of
. promise. He 111) longer wishes to
.marry the lady, but she may still be
. dear to him.
THE NAVAL CONTROVERSY.
Intimation that Sampson Will Have
Direct Charge to Face.
Washington, Sept . 3. Washington
would be peaceful at present were it
not for the Sampson-Schley contro
versy, but both sides are so busy in
considering what they will do to each
other, that thcJe is a semi-sulphurous
suggestion of war. The adherents of
Admiral Sampson have thus far leen
I kept occupied in explaining as much
of their chiefs erratic conduct as thev
can without giving their case nwav charges made against him. For sev- army and navy officers all were af
beforehand. Some of the explana- j end weeks those familiar with the dis- j jfctad with ;k""5
tions do not explain. j tnct court doings have been aware brother officers.
The latest development in the case that charges were to be preferred. .... . . .
... . . 1 ri it .I. -w Although tne sultan s navv is queer,
is the discovery of the fact that th The charges allege that Judge gS are hard to handle .Each
i i i I i w". ... . U0 ..... i .., t Ix-i'iu. in Kij rm- 1 - . 1 - I . 1 . I'll .1
l uoiin. oenerai uarcia. Knew or sur-
niiseil that Cervera was coming out of
the harlwr of Santiago on the morn-
' tog of the 3rd of Julv. His in forma-
! tion uresumablv. came from the refu-
gee French consul at Santiago, and
j was presumably wig-wagged to Samp-
v .. - " ,on. . , y
son. as mere was a i-oie 01 s.gna.s ar-
I ranged between Garcia and Sampson
i for that precise emergency. It would
I appear therefore that Sampson not
lv thought that ( ervera might
j come out at that time, and as he has
j already claimed, made all arrange
ments to stop him should this hap
pen, but that he actually knew that
the sortie of the Spanish fleet was
.,!.!! to l:ike olnce. and knowiiiir. de-
lilw-ratlr Mantel himself with one
of the leVt ships of the squadron, and
MKnll .limn lieldnd the hnriyoii .
seven miles away, when the time came
lor It i in to make ins everlasting repu-
tatiou. Admintl Sciilev s friends took
. o. 1 .
immense delight in arising and ask -
ing with one voice "WhvT It reallv
seems, sometimes, as if the Schley
proas oi the country, which means
most of the newsnapers. wan one big
interrogation point addressed to the
That Schley the hero of the en- j
listed men there is no doubt. The.
"jackies" on his ship swear b, him,
.ind so do the ''miners and the sailors
on other ships, not including, of
course, the New York. Schley was
the only one of the three prominent
admirals, Dewey. Schley and Simp-
supporters i u the navy
think of this suggestion,
vious reasons it is not
and for ob
likelv to be
A BRACE GAME.
The Unfair and Unsportsmanlike Con
duct of The Jerome Bum Club.
The recent controversy over the in
dividual medal of the Arizona Sports-
' men Association will not be finally
decided ntil that organization holds
, tu u u 4
its annual meeting 111 Phemx the first
selves as astounded at the unsports
..,.. hi-., ..(tttii.i.. i.'.'int.i.ii I,, 11...
Jerome Oun cltfb. A very fair inter-
pn-tati oa of the rules of the club was
illinium iiiiiiiiw a.,nuuii J
made by Messrs Ait ken and I limey
Unless s'..e is a healthy mother. No
woman can. If the bahy has drained
her vitality; if its care is a tax; if, in
short, the baby is a burden instead of a
blessing, how can she enjoy it? She
loves it, but she cannot feed it. She
yearns for it, but has not the strength
to fondle it.
There is nothing more beautiful in the
world than a healthy mother and her
healthy child. The madonna is the
highest reach of human art. In the
serene strength which art gives to the
typical mother and child there is distinct
denial of suffering and weakness as a
necessity of motherhood. But how few
women are there to whom motherhood
is naturally an abiding joy. In how
many cases a woman dates her loss of
health from the birth of her child ! To
all such suffering women Dr. Pierce's Fa
vorite Prescription comes as a veritable
god-send. It prepares the mother for
her hour of trial, tranquilizes her nerves,
eucourages her appetite, and brings her
restful sleep. It makes the baby's ad
vent practically painless, and gives the
mother abundant strength to nurse and
nourish her child.
Every claim made for "Favorite Pre
scription " is supported by the testimon
ials of wives and mothers, thousands in
number, and covering in their several
"Prnces tne whole range ot womanly
sunenng. in a great numoer 01 cases
after the utter failure of all doctors and
medicines, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription, tried as a last resort, has ef
fected a perfect and permanent cure.
Sick women are invited to consult Dr.
Pierce by letter free. All womanly con
fidences held tinder the seal of strict
rofessional privacy. Address Dr. R. V.
lerce, Bunalo, ;. Y.
There is no alcohol in Favorite Pre
scription" and it is entirely free from
opium, cocaine, and all other narcotics.
Between Life and Death.
a I think Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
tn Medical tJiscovcry tlic best ttjcyI
icinrs io thr world, writes Mrs. Amelia Dough
erty, of Kerrigan. Wayne Co.. Mo. "My baby
was toni last summer After baby came I be
came ill, had the best phy:cian that could be
got, and he diagnosed my case as uterine trouble
tending to drorwy. Medicine seemed to do me
no good; I lingered between life and death for
quite a while, every day growing weaker, until
I could not walk across the room. My friends
were looking for my death every minute. A
friend wrote and told me about Dr. R. V. Pierce,
and I at once wrote to him fur medical advice.
He replied immediately, giving me full instruc
tions as to what to do. I at once followed his
advice, and when I had taken his medicine
about n week I tclt a good deal stronger. When
I had in ken it about one month I felt as strong
as I do to-day. I took four bottles of each kind
and t-j vials of 'Pleasant Pellets. Many
thanks for the medicine. It has cured me per
manently." Gained 40 Pounds
"I am very glad to let other poor sufferers
know what Dr. Tierce's medicines have done
for mr ' writes Mrs. Edwin H. Gardner, of
Such ana) J, Norfolk Co., Mass.. Box 70. "You
know 1 wrote to yon last summer. I read what
your medicine had done for other people, so
thought I would try it, and I found that is was a
lAeaanMj t.- me aud'mv family. 1 began in June
and took s:a tattles of your medicin and three
vial of ' Pellets.' I took your medicine a year
when I had a ten pound girl. 1 had the easiest
tine I ever had with any at my three children
I have !een very well since 1 took vour medi
cine. I took three bottles of ' Favorite Prescrip
lion.' three of ' c.olden Medical Discover.'.' and
three rials of Pellets. ' I had no appetite and
could net eat much without it distressing me
before I took your ' Favorite Prescription ' and I
only weighed 135 pounds. Now I weigh 175
Dr. Tierce's Pleasant Pellets commend
themselves as a family laxative. They
are easv to take, effective in results, anil
their use does not beget the pill habit.
1 of this citv, anil no doubt their de
I cision will be Ixacked up by the asso
ieiation. Thev declared McDonald
of the contest. Enter-
CHAROliS AQAIN5T STREET.
Supposition is that His Decisions
in Mining Cases Cut to
Speaking of the bringing of charges !
against Chief Justice Street, the Phe
nu Gazette states it is not thought
that anything will come from the
onuci n u. tu .....
eial capacity, and rendered decisions
in accordance. The two principal
i cases to which these allegations are
made are the famous Cobre Grande
and King of Arizona mining suits.
. the interests at stake
s and affected two of
1 ln. tnese case
ran into millions
mini ppenies in Ari -
,,,;, , one here lielieves that the
. decisions handed down were in any
, waJ couditioueil on bribes pjiid to the
, . T.i t;, f,:,io
aid vesterdav thai he would have no!
,, u, :
trouble in disproving the charges
which were founded on mahce and ,
knother legtd gentleman in speak-1
imr of the affair sidd: "In the first
there in no possible chance of
judge having accepted any money, j
! He has not vet rendered a decision.!
and how could he have been bribed,
In this case, each side presented a
... j . - . i - 1 1 ... ii i
, written peillion asKing inui iuc) uc
1 allowed to compromise ine mauer ,,c -
corning to meir own
cause would there lie for anyone
ing the court !
ft. art la nothing tht
furthered the interests of any particu-
IMPORTANT MINING DECISION.
Ltigation Temporarily Ended Over the
Big Mammoth Mine.
A Florence telegram states that on shot and killed a 700-pound bear re
m.1o t...i.. nin at Finr-nri. centlv and hasn't had a single offer
handed down a decision in the Mam-'
moth-Collins mine litigation, sustain
ing the motion of the English stock-
holders to discharge Geo. P. Blair, re
ceiver of the mines. He will be given
twenty days iu which to submit a de
tailed report of the couduct of affairs
! under his management. Affairs will
then le turned over to Attorney Mor-
mm of New York, who is a netihew of
.1 P. bVmul It is claimed that the
Farmers' Loan and Trust Co. of New
j York, who are the creditors of the
eoaapawy are not satisfied with Mr.
Blair's management and are desirous
. of knowing how .?,.000 could be spent
in iwo I uiaaua iut- iunuK.
A Washington dispatch of the 2d
Robert E. Doan will probably be
. . .
! named ny tne IIIIIIIIMI 10 succeeu
William M. Hoey of Muncie. Ind.. as
,.0lle'tor of customs at Nogales. Ariz. I
Doan is a resident of Clinton county,
Ohio, and a sou of ex-Congressman
Doan of Wilmington; who represented
the Tenth district in the Fifty Second
congress. 1 ne collectorsnip at no
gales pays S2.000 a year.
It is rumored that the secet service
men who kidiiaped two Chinese in
Mexico, forcing them across the inter
national line to serve as. witnesses in
the Hoey examination, will be ar-
rested on the charge of kidnappiu:
ami introducing Chinese into th
I'nititl States in violation of the
Chiuese exclusion act.
THE BOSS PUNCHER
Belongs to Arizona, but is
The El Paso Herald says: Clay
McGonairill holder of the world's
record for roping and tying
came in on the T. fc P. last
from Midland. Texas, his home, and
left this moniiiiir for Bisliee. Ariz.
It will be remembered that this !
young Texas cowboy made the tiest 1
time in the steer tving contest at the '
El Paso carnival last January.though
the time made was not very good ow-
t,, t ... .vr.e o.owliHon ol t In
ground and other adverse circum
stances. About a month after the
carnival. Mr. McGonagil! broke the
world's record in a contest at Tucson,
Ariz., roping and tying his steer in
twenty-three seconds. That is the
best time ever made, hence he has
held the world's record since then.
GOES UP IN SMOKE.
Foundation For the Removal
A Los Augeles Time
es special tele-
'n ft '
11 says: "Briefly,
rr.iin from Washington
members ol the oar ol Arizona siiy
that Judge Street Ryes "too high for ; iaw js the farthest swing of the pen
his salary 1 hey say that he was in j dulunli ., reaction from the old law.
exceedingly moderate financial cir-1 which made the theft of any hind
cumstances. hut that lately he has j of a horse or cow however nearly
lieen able to live in exceetungiy pleas
ant circumstances in Arizona, and
s-iid some of his time at expensive
hotels in New ork and Atlantic city.
So far as known, no direct charges
are made. Friends of Judge Street.
Among whom is Governor .Murphy,
declare that these charges are ridicu
lous and will be disposed of as soon
as a hearing is made before
the Department of Justice. Gov
ernor Murphy is in Washington now
in the interests'of Judge Street.
Washington. Sept. 4. Judge Web
ster Street, chief justice of the su
mnaw court of Arizona, has had a
conf.-nmce with the att.-nu-v general
in regard to the charges hied aga.nst
charges are not sufficiently Bpecified
to just, ,y tne attorney general io iaKe
cognizance of them.
his visit to C1iliai.li !:
' invited to the pui pit t
addres., a COIl-
1 gregatiou of the Dutch Reformed
I church. He did so. and took as his
I text "Be ye doers of the work, and
j not only hearers." pleaded for earn
estness in religion, for steadiness
ami for sincerity, likening a sluggard
i iu faith to the sluggard in business.
.The vice president sit-ins to lie able
to handle the bible as effective as he
lean direct bullets into an enemy's
At San Francisco ou Sept. 3. the
strike situation remains unchanged.
Guards on the mail dock have lieen
doubled, owing to an alleged attempt
i to destroy the dock by lire.
A Little of Everything, j
m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n i 1 1 1 hi 1 1
Pray pause, o' tipler, ere the chance is
And lend a listening ear unto my
The darkest hour is just lefore the
Likewise the dark brown taste'
1 '111' - 111 i ll' in"i ii'i'f.
Admiral Kiimnson's illness is tie-
ag jimnesis. better known
foriretfulness. It were better that
lurkisn nnvate tninKs mai 11 Kiuei
; in battle he goes straight to paradise .
to be lionized by nouns.
Layfayette Moore of Washington,
D. C, has caused his recent sweet
heart to t Imstod.ske having bitten
i hJ" nu?. r.T.edth',,, n?.ht- He
! ould have -held his tongue.
1 John L. Sullivan is following the
races, workinsr in the capsicity of a
I bookmaker. The ex-pugilist isu't
; ashamed to work even if he has to
The new .UUU.UW shovel trust is
preparing to scoop in the monev.
V ( J. aconsoHdatio-n
Qf :l tru8t but there is no use
i? caU a Pade a Boston
A Visalia man has gtown a peach
that resembles a chicken just out of
the shell. The likeness of the head
and neck is nearly perfect, ami the
i i ii i i. iL . i:i
uouy as wen curries oui me iineuen.
, Hq Yqu h name of the chjua
. . . t r::.H7..
III. til H UU IS I,M:U Olio .11 1 llir I u r,
I , . nr. 1 ik..
. " .c .. r.T
ins real ceiesiianzeii cognomen is nu
Mr. and Mrs. Hollidav want a di
vorce at San rrancisco.
probably lie accommodated
A sixteen -vear-old girl near Madera
, of marriage yet.
Joseph Lighthouse of Bishop. Inyo
county, smashed the glass of his up
per skylights with a bullet, after a
wild whisky jamboree.
A valuable mare belonging to Bles-
ing brothers lost an eye on a barbed
j wire fence, in a pasture near town
: last Sunday San Benito Advance.
Bring the eye Iwck to the
office and receive reward,
1 The Louis obispo man who
icket his wife up by the heels and
swung her around against a trunk, is
ony waiting for the end of a npe and
a dance on nothing to step across into
the great unknown.
An eastern paper says that a "green
' little boy in a green little way. a gre n
little apple devoured one dav. and
the green little grasses now tenderly
wave o'er the green little apple I toy's
green little grave."
It is painfully evident that romance
is succumbing more aud more to the
business spirit of the age. A woman
in Ohio arinlietl to the courts for an
j injunction restraining a man from
making love to her.
Before a man is married he is a
dude, after marriage he is subdued.
Before marriage he has no buttons on
his shirt, after marriage he has no
shirt. Before marriage he swears he
wouldn't marry the best woman 011
earth. After marriage he finds he
The Havana medical experimenters
pay $100 apiece to persous who wiil
allow themselves to be bitten by yel
low fever mosquitoes. Out of six
volunteers recently, three have diexl.
The last was a woman nurse, Miss
Maas. Jolly amusement that.
A lieliever in this Denver theory
that health and disease are all a mat
ter of "vibrations" has built a jiggle-
iisnrle machine in which oatients will
("It til- I -
' r?be jolted into convalescence, mental
night j ;lntJ physical. May be something in
it a good shaking has been known to
have profound benehcial action on
THE NEW JUGGLED CODE.
j .,.., f i,na ,
" "'"""" """
Open Door Affair
The following is from the Pheuix
"Cattlemen and stock raisers will
learn with consternation that the new
code does not give them adequate
protection against thieves. A com
pkiint was made in Justice Burnett's
court against John Doe. who had
1 stolen a horse, it was then tlts
' covered that the stealing of a horse
! is not a felony if the stolen animal is
w. Aims noise
I h'el nigh' steal more than half the
horses in Maricopa county seriatim
worth less than $50. Thus a horse
; .....i ..,,:, th wnilnt:-rv The n-u-
worthless, a lelonv.
ANOTHER ARIZ0NANS TROUBLE,
Judge Humphrey's Scalp Longed For.
He is From Phenix.
A dispatch from Washington. dated
August 20, says that Judge Humph
reys of Honolulu called at the de-partm-'iit
of justice today antl had an
interview with Attorney - tienera I
Knox tfc, UxmBj general baa ar-
railed for a hearing of -he charges
! against Judge Humphreys, to be
u i .-Hi).ri(.k V. Hank.-v. who
wammt those niembers of theHon-
olulu liar who are antagonistic to the
judge. At the conclusion of the hear
Ij'oosevelt during inp tne attorney-p-neral will take the
:st Sunday Was 1CJ, under :ldvisment :llld render his
,.,., mn thereafter to th
A Xew York dispatch says that as
the Shamrock left her moorings in
Horse Shoe this morning for a sail
outside Sandy Hook she broke her
jib forestay sail and jib topsail. Be
fore she gets through she will break
the jib sail of her backers' pK-kel-book.
TS3 wis Iu ...-. .. ,n
e.a t ( .;. yyrupi l aj-"-- ' -v ' r-J
; 11.' -. s..i 1 1 , . rl
Gold and Copper
MINES IN BIG BUG DISTRICT.
No. ot Shares,
, rrvr nnn
r0p U A VKR
J UK M A IVK,
J COO V . U V AO,
E' GLWNW001)LIXG,R- H- WOODLING. - Tren.
C. E. SNIDER. C. E. SNIDER, - Secretary
Consist of three claims, all on the same vein. viz.
ORPHAN BOY. RUBY. AND PEARL, and is
..1 : r .l.
KUUUlWtL CXLCUMUll Ol LUC . A.
... . ....... rri J
nc fv, u.ot minc in t Vip
; one ot the best mines in tne
known CYPRESS mine, which
amount, also extends through
Only 40,000 Shares
Sale at 15 Cents Per Share.
Eor particulars call on or address
C. E. SNIDER, Secretary,
Room 26, Bank of Arizona Building, Prescott, Ariz
Office? at PRESCOTT and
I which orders for stock will be received.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Gasoline and .Steam Hoists, Air Compressors,
and Stationery Boilers. Etc.
rJr-Mon. of the Fairbanks. Morse
section during the past pear than all other makes combined- Thej
PnWKK. KELT ABILITY and ECONOMY aud are especially
1 where wood ami wafer is scarce
"Full particulars antl estimates furnished upon application to
Real Estate always advances when valuable improvements
are made. The capitol of Arizona is completed and turned over
to the territory. The state officers now all occupy rooms set
apart for them. Electric cars every 15 minutes. City water also
100 Inches of Water in the Salt River Canal
And Every Lof Guaranteed Plenty of Water.
The soil is sandy and no mud. Now is the time to get lots at
reasonable prii-e in the middle of fine residences already con
structed and many still to lie built. Sold on the installment
plan if desired, so" that all may secure a desirable lot.
M. E. COLLINS,
Xo. 17 FIRST A VENT K. Til KMX. ARIZONA
COOVER'S Liver Pills
For Sale by Brisley Drug Co., Pre.-cott, Ariz.
WMmm Mpit'c HnmP
TT OlKlllg iflCIl HUHIC
Bakerv and Restaurant Board Per Weet a iP.
Ice ucaiu Parlors
5onth .Montezuma Street,
ROS TANAKA, -
PRE3COTT. ARIZONA. ON THE PLAZA. Telepinua- u-
Complete Stock ot Fine Whisk) sand Cordials for the Trade
-.Win P-VHST Rrewinjt Co '9 Milwiwfc- "eer.
J. W. DAVIS, - - President
E. I. LONG. - Vice President
dictrir - t The vein of
district. tne vein
was recently sold for a large
of Treasury Stock for
MORSE & CO.'S
& Co.'. hoists have
; --en sold in this
They excel :n
Because they effect cures without any grip
ing. sick stomach or unpleasant results.
Because thev actually cure all liver, kidnar
stomach and hoanlivoablM.
Because all nursing mothers will find these
pills have no aqua.!. :iei:h- r griping mother
Because thev are the ouiy pi!1 'Uat are a.
constitutional tonic antl blood narifiar,
Bed SI Per We;k and tp
Season. LaaHea' Trade ajjicited.