Newspaper Page Text
rf RING IP lf
1 V AS
ft FEN S. HILDRETH f
www aw. '
FprUurWanU in the ,"
Dnir Line is
We ha' e Best of Every
thing in our Prescription
You Get What You Ask for at
Hotel Burke Corner
WENDESDAY S DAILY
Chief Justice Webster Street has ;
returned to Pheuix from his visit east.
Mrs. MoOartv. widou of the l:,te
John McCartv will locate iu Tucson.
Mrs. W. A. Freeze came up on this
morning's train from Phenix.
Dr. O. L. Gear ! .artinez is in
Fresh oysters received at Shumate
"Brown's in Town" Saturday even
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Ben M. Belcher re
turned this morning from a visit to
N. C. Webster is in town. He has
completed his contract on the grade
of the Hell's Canyon cut off and is
now ready for a new contract.
John F. Dale, who was recently
brought up from Martinez, was yes
terday adjudged insane and sept to
the asylum at Phenix.
Territorial Auditor G. W. Yickers
came up from Phenix on yesterday's
train and will go to Ash Fork tomor
row to meet his wife on her return
from a visit east .
Fred Corrigau returned this morn
ing from a visit to the Altar Mining
f i - r . .
company s properrv in .Mexico, tie
gives a glowing account of the pres-
ent outlook of the property.
F. A. Guimond of Jerome has re- j
signed as secretary and director of the
Altar Copper Mining company, and J. I
P. Taggartof Jerome hasbeen elect-
ed HMto, and Arthur Cordiner i
has been elected as director
In addition to the change in spell
ing from canon to canyon iu Grand
Canyon literature, the Santa Fe com
pany has also dropped the word Colo
rado and refers to it as the Grand
Canyon of Arizona. The change is
perfectly justifiable too, as the can
yon is in Arizona.
Judge John J. Hawkins has re
turned from his trip east including
attendance at the Kmghts lemplar .
.u,s; me- Ae J""
is quite enthusiastic over the recep- ;
tion accorded the Knights bv the
citizens of Louisville.
E D Gardner, an attache of Eiug-
ling Bros' circus was -hot and killed 1
in rRhenix by constable McDonald.
Gardner had beaten another circus
employe on the head with a cluband
on the" approach of the officers he ,
transferred the club to his left hand i
and pulled a .six shooter with his I
right hand, but was not quick enough
to get action with it
H. W. Laskey & Co have a new
advertisement in this issue in which
they tell of the new stock of fall goods
which they have received. Read it
and see what the firm has to say.
Prescott hotel arrivals Sept 24: L
S Pobey and wil. Prtscott: J P Dar
ling and wife. McCabe: E Uicksou
citv: James Lov. Flagstaff; Mrs H i
M "Behan and daughter, Illinois; W J
r 'in?- m n-f; i r i
Corral- D C oyne. M O Dcmnell. Los
-T.iigcr5; ss o oujiiii. r x nici::tm-
son. Oxnard. Cal; R E Somis. City of
The ii st contemptible man in
business . the one who tries to ob
tain busi--ss for himself by running
down a e impetitor. This is some
thing which no one can truthfully
charge rainst the Jbrirnal-Miser.
While it bustles to get all the busi- i
ness it a..; md wants all it can get, it
never res-.its to the contemptible fac
tics of ni
ing down its conteinpo
I as well equipped to do
duds of work. netrsfaBps;
;)riutiug. as any jAiper in
any and '
hook or .
mi-Miner's special ruin-.'.-ill
be the best edition
!ished in the ter
:ie which it is not es
BB surpassed for vears.
Present i i 'ications. are that instead
of 10.00 m; :i-s as originally contem
plated ii srul ; mount to ISJB00 or 20,
000, oneliTti; 'one being negotiating
now for ',( i copies. Advertisers will
take note tj - and act accordingly.
Illustrati' - oed will bethebest that
can be ci
Frank L . . Ii lei came to town
On his arriv
o: a business trip, the Jouraal-Miuer, is said to be meet
e lie received a Me- iiiir with great success in the sale of
of the Bi I
and J. R. .
content s. at
Mr. Si.is. w.
land mine, sii
had just ste
a team whi
the store. I
-ating that shortly
we the monev drawer :
re. owned bv him ;
been rifled of its
,r store at the Po- j
man iu charge
it to help unhitch
n driven up to
return inside he
discovered t ' ' - sue had o;- I
the drawer ai: ! gotten away with its
The griding of the Hell's Canyon
cut off is pEactacaUy completed, all
that remaosl to b i done being a few
days' work die -nig up the grade
which will be finished t!.: veek.
Work has not I . oeaeed on the
HeffipCstnyon steel dge, although
tweffty si : car ada of material are
on the ground. teel for i lie
bridge w,'s ssjsu eti red bv a Lettr-
enworth. Kans;- .si vi eoaspaaiy, wl
also have the ..: mi,-i ior putting
in place. w,is to hare com-
uienceii n i: tiie iirst of this month.
but the workmen have not shown up
yet. it .
ill require from thirty days
to six w
ks to put it up. so that the
will not be readv for traffic
until tome time ii, November,
Five masked men held up the in
mates of the Mcliiiinis s;iiK)ii and
gainblii!- hall at Pendleton. Oregon,
ami roblied the plaee oi Efteea hun
dred dollars. They would have -e-cured
more but for Use eaeapeofa
Chinamen who give the alarm.
J. Pierpont Morgan and 0B hun
dred guests are en route to San Fran
cisco ..- delegates to the Episcopal
convention which meets there next
Masonic lodge meets tonight.
Work in the third degree.
A man said to be armed with a six
shooter and in search of his wife was
arrested last night.
Miss Miunie Fisher returned from
Phenix today where she has lieen
visiting with friends the past week.
Y. L. Bell, superintendent of the
iVini Gold Mining company is in
town today on a brief business trip.
Y. C. Greene, of Cobre Grande
fame is credit! with the recent pur
chase of a $15,000 automobile.
While in the Santa Maria country
J. D. Wakely discovered a man out
hunting ore with a machine he called
an '"electro geodetic ore finder."
Fall shirts arriving at Wilson's.
See the new novelties, pleated liosom.
fancy stripes, in both soft and stiff
B. F. Wetter of Dundee, Ohio, died
last night of consumption. His wife
will take the remains east tomorrow
nioruiug. Deceased was thirty-one
vears old and had been in Prescott
about a month.
Rev. Leon Lewis, pastor of the
j West Prescott Methodist church, will
: preach at the Marina Street Metho
dist church tomorrow morning at 11
o'clock. J. M. Weems, of Phenix,
will preach at the West Prescott
church at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m.
Prescott Hotel arrivals: L Hoat-
i sr- w if rwn a
". annuel, .uieu: J v inuroer,
Los Angeles; J R Hagin. Big Bug;
Dan McGtone, Mayer.
President Roosevelt has announced
to friends his intention of visiting the
Pacific slope next summer. He pro
poses to come over the northern route
via Washington and Oregon and re
turn through the central western or
southern states. If the programme
is carried out he will in all probabil
ity visit Prescott, having mining in
terests in this section.
Experiments have recently been
made with tufa as a substitute for
fire brick and the results have proven
very satisfactory. The electric light
companv will shortly replace a lot of
fire brick iu their furnace with tufa ;
and this rock gives promise of taking !
the place entirely of the old fash-
ioned fire brick. Parties who have !
used it in a gasoline furnace state I
that it stands the heat even better
than tire brick.
The moon was full last night and
so was one man at least on this terres
tial sphere. He was in Prescott and
it is said he got into a mix up with a
ma n who was not f ull and came out
of the mix up second best. This
"riled" his feelings and he pulled a
Sm au1 commenced shooting at a
I pant 01 touiiK men in nis lmmeuiaie
' lnrifv mani trinc IKom in all rli-
rectioiis. but fortunately did not hit
anv cf them. He was arrested.
-i tr n
, Th,naS JfJ" ,s l?Jhe
01 i ictige uiiueiai uisuici in tile .a-
ajo reservation, on which there is said
to be valuable deposits ot coai. cop
per and gold. The recent leasing of
land in the vicinity of Carrizo moun
tains on the reservation has caused
capital to investigate the rich mining
section which is said to be within the
Today closes the first month of the
T G Xonfa has KiuTQed rom
trip to California,
Geo. U. Young came in on last
evening s tram.
D. J. Jpnes left for Denver this
r; m; r;,.i, tt jlju
six weeks iu the east this morning.
John Hanlon is in town from Crown
Mrs F Mun.hv of Octnve w..s
btJSSSL? Her death
a u i i -j t
tus caused bv typhoid fewr.
Arthur Morris was brought iu from
Ash Fork on Wednesday evening sick i
with typhoid fevci.
C. P. Collins and J. R. Leonard of
he Octave mine will leave tomorrow
rioruing for California.
J. D. Wakely returned on this
morning's train from his visit to Hill-!
side on legal business
j Q Herndon
Mrs. J. C. Herndon and .laughter ,
fr Williams this morning to join
HerudoI1 for , tri to Gtml
Miss Ada Bovd of California, a re- '
cent graduate of Stanford university,
has accepted the josition of teacher j
of the Walnut Creek school.
losenh Dou-'hertv lias i,ur-
Chwed W. E. Allen's MeCabe stage
line and will hereafter run it regu-
Offiee at the O. ii. Store.
At 6 o'clock last evening the com
mercial club list had 1 U2 names en
rolled on it. Thi- assures its suc
cess. Judge J. W. De me returned from
Denver last evening, and Mrs. Dean
will go to Denver Sat unlay tm ruing
to remain until spring.
Rev. Leon O. Lewis of the South
Methodist church, will preach iu the
Marina Street Methodist church on
Tiie fruit of the prickly pear, a
species of cactus found at certain al
titudes all over Arizona, has found its
way to market. E. K. Kastner A: Co.
, having it for sale. It is a very palat-
; able fruit.
Dr. John EL Ashworth wh" adver
tises his Hawaiian hair restorer in
his preparation. Every sale made
brings him a new customer as his re
storer actually restores.
There will le a literary and musi
eat entertainment at the Congrega- j
tional church the evening of October!
4. A fine program is beiug prepared. I
Among the many attractions will lje i
lOaa Muuyan of Boston, vocalist, and
Mi-s Speed of Los Angeles, elocu
tionist. Miss Helen MuTivan of Boston, a
nadnaae of the Boaloa School of
Music, i- the j,'u,-,t of Mrs. H. B.
Long and will sing at the Congrega
tional church next Sunday. Next
Tuesday afternoon from H to 5 Mrs.
Long will receive hilar li I illy for Miss
One of the meanest little petty lar
eeavT thefts imaginable occurred last
' whet) -ome one stole the week's
, Weak Digestion!
Iudigestion and Dyspepsia have
vrec!;ed many lives, peoole who are
weak aud miserable should know that
health would rdturu if the digestion
were made normal. This is just the
condition Hostetters Stomach Hitters
brings aliout. It cures -oiisiiiation,
biliousness, nervousness, liver and
kidney trouble's, aud produce sound
sleep. It will also prevent malaria,
fever and agu".
It Has No Equal.
Rheumatic pains are the cries of protest
ana distress trom tortured muscles, aching
ioiuta and excited nerves. The blood has
been poisoned by the accumulation of
waste matter in the system, and can no
loneer supply the pure and health sustain
ing food tbev require. The whole system
feds' the effect Jf this acid poison ; and
not until the blood has been purified and
brought back to a healthy condition will
the aches and pains cease.
Mra. James Kelt, of 707 Ninth street, M. B
Wa-hinjjton, D. C . writes as follows: " A few
months ago I had an nturci el bdatlc
ftsra in it' wont lorm iu
pain was so inteaae that I
ime completely pros
"rated The attack waa an
anu-uallv severe one, and
ray condition traa regard
ad aa being very danger
ous I was at leaded by
one of the most able doc
tor in Washington, who la
also a member of the fac
ulty of a leading medical
college hre. He told me
to coatinue his prescrip
tions and I would get well. After baring It flUca
twelve times without receiving the slightest
beneht, I declined to continue his treatment any
longer. Having heard of 6. S. S.i Swift's Specific)
recommended for Rheumatism, X decided, almost
In despair however, to give the medicine a trial,
and after I had taken a few bottles I was able ta
hobble around on crutches, and very soon there
after had no use for them at all, 8 S. 6 having
cured me ajnnd and well. AT the distressing
pains have left me, my appetite has returned,
and I am happy to be again restored to perfect
the creat vegetable
Surifier and tonic, is
le ideal remedy in all
There are no ornate or
minerals in it to disturb the digestion and
lead to ruinous habits.
We have prepared a special book on
Rheumatism which every sufferer from
this painful disease should read. It is the
most complete and interesting book of
the kind in existence. It will be sent free
to any one desiring it. Write our physi
cians fully and freely about your case. We
make no charge for medical advice.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, OA.
washing from the clothes line of Mrs.
Matter on Montezuma street just
liack of Brinkmeyer's. Of course
there is no clew to the petty larcenv
Deputy Constable Geo. McDonald,
who shot to death the circus man in
Phenix has been held to answer to
the grand jury. He was admitted to
bail iu the sum of $1,000. The two
circus men who were detained as wit
s in the case have been arrested.
Clarence King, the well
mining engineer, who spent a few
months in Prescott last spring for the
benefit of his health, and going from
here to Los Angeles, has returned to
the territory, locating in Phenix,
where he will spend the winter if
climate there agrees with him.
Jack Gailey, master mechanic of
the S. F. P. & P. railway, has ten
dered his resignation and next week
will leave for Los Angeles to accept
a position in the Terminal railway.
Mr. Gailey is a skilled artisan and in
leaving the city carries away the re
gard and friendship of both employer
A gentleman who has resided in
Arizona since the early sixties and
who has been a close observer of the
weather, but who does not care to
pose specially as a weather prophet,
predicts a stormy and cold winter.
He advises therefore that citizens fill
up their coal bins and wood houses.
It is sincerely hoped that his predic
tion may come trut, particularly so
far as the storms are concerned.
Mme Phillips desires the ladies of
Prescott to call aud visit her even
if they should not have any work iu
her line. She is located in the store
room of the Prescott Hotel. She has
had fourteen years' experience in Los
Angeles in her line of business hence
Ls thoroughly competent and up to
date. She has some of the most per
fect and life like wax figures showing
different types of feminine beauty
that can be found anywhere. A visit
to her rooms just to see these will
well repay the visitor.
The Pacific Coast Miner, published
in San Francisco, issued a special
edition on September 15, which is a
very creditable publication, being one
'of the "J SftSfUtSTJlS
papers of its kind that we have seen.
tar. ui- u j 1 .
form and contains eighty-six pages.
and it is profusely illustrated, cover, j
iug every feature of the mining iu-
dustry tether with fine pictures of)
noted mining men of tbe coast. This ;
J" V1 calculable benefit
to Hn mining industry of the Pacific
, - oast. Several thousand conies have!
been sent to the Buffalo exposition
for distribution, and it will also lie
distributed largely in r.urope. ine
number is sold tor cents per copy, I
a price of course below the cost of
production. Its publishers are Calk-1
ins nros. i uonsning (company oi oan
While the individuals composing i
the svndicate which recently purchas- i
. . " . . . . . - . .
wt the Gladstone mine, adjoining the
McCabe are not
known, it is
known that it is composed
i of wealthy easterners, and it is
! universally believed by all who know
the history of the miue that they will
add very materially to their wealth by
the purchase. The Journal-Miner
has reliable information that Presi-
dent Roosevelt is one of the syndi- j
cate, and but for the assassination
of President McKinley, which has j
placed upon him the responsibilities ,
; of the presidential office, he would
have arrived in Prescott today with
some of his associates to examine the I
proierty. His trip has been indefin
itely postponed now on account of ;
the impossibility of his getting away
from Washington with his new duties j
and responsibilities imposed upon
Prescott HoM arrivals, Sept. 26:
i J E Colniau, Los Angeles; John
Hanlon, Crown Point; Mrs M J Al-
eil-. .UHAiuii, ii. iii iiiii1 i i . -ii. I
Sprinkle the streets.
The Flagstaff normal school has
1 forty students enrolled.
Mr. aud Mrs. A. A. Johns have re
turned from a visit to California.
The city has a lot
work on the streets.
The new crop of four per cent
county taxes are due and payable.
Pay oiir city taxes this month and
avoid the penalty.
The annual conference of the
Methodist church will meet in Tuc
son on Thursday of next week.
J. D. Wakely left this morning for
the Santa Maria country on profes
Governor N. O. Murphy is ex
pected to reach here on tonight's
Special Agent Leach went out to
Yaeger canyon today on an investi
Forest Supervisor F. R. Stewart
went to Big Bug aud Providence yes
teiday on official business.
Plans of the proposed commercial
club building are on exhibition in A.
W. Robinson's show window.
Reese M. Ling is in Chicago on
mining business. He will tro to
Washington to appear before the
supreme cun t of the I'uited States on
Monday, Oct nbec 7, in the Yavapai
county bond case.
orade Springs, Col; B S Snider and ' " UI ,ne hn OI "''" mc
wife. Congress Junction. A T; Mrs i efc of he men employed by
Youugburv; C Hunniug and wife, 1 Jfactk ?uff muJ that he was giad
M.e,L of it, his only regret was that the as
E. W. Greenleaf. a gambler of Tuc
j son, attempted to commit suicide last
1 week by cutting his throat with a
Wm. Thomas, of the county hos
pital, is a very sick man. He has
hat! several severe sick spells re
cently. G. F. Tinsler. the auctioneer will
have an up to date auction sale on
next Monday at 207 North Mt. Yer
uon St. The household goods are
Work is progressing on the new
dining mom and women's ward addi-
tion to the county hospital. This ad
dition is a valuable impaovement to
E. J. Baldwin has completely re
covered from his long siege of sick
ness. He now has a plan to reclaim
about 13.000 acres of land and place
it upon the market.
W. G. Blakely, of Kingman, is in
town today on a business visit. Mr.
Blakely is one of the pioneers of the
above county and one of its most sub
Frank Walker of Williamson vallev
is in town today.
Mrs. M. Wightman left for King
Phenix has sold her 520,000 issue of
school bonds for S22.006to the Yalley
bank at that place.
I F. Hawkins and W. Gilbert and
I wife left this morning for Chelsea,
Mrs. A. Akers went to Phenix on
Saturday night to visit with the fam
ily of her son, Mr. C. H. Akers.
Murrv Mcluernav. of the Prescott
Hotel has been confined to his bed
by illness for about two weeks.
Samuel Proctor of Octave dropped
dead last Saturday of heart disease.
His remains were shipped to Califor
nia. Governor N. O. Murphy passed
through Prescott on Saturday night's
i train en route to Phenix from his trip
. J. Holsinger, special agent of
: me interior tleiartment, arrived in
j town last evening for a brief visit on
Mrs. B. F. Wetter left on this morn
ing's train for Dennison, Ohio, to ac
company the remains of her husband
there for interment.
The Congregational Ladies' Aid
Society will meet with Mrs. T. W.
Otis on Wednesday afternoon at 2
The Ladies' Aid Society of the
Methodist church, will meet on Wed
nesday afternoon at 2 o'lock at the
residence of Mrs. Charles Crocker.
The team attached to an ice wagon
ran away Saturday evening, injuring
one of the animals so severely that it
had to be killed.
H. P. Anewalt has returned from
his two weeks' vacation, spent in Cal
ifornia. He reports having had a
most enjoyable time.
Geo. T. Milner, who has been seri
ously ill for some time, left this
morning for California in the hope of
being benefitted by the ocean breezes.
A pair of pet young foxes are on
exhibition in the window of W. H.
Smith's meat market.
J. S. Smith,"mine host" of Junction
hotel at Jerome Junction, is in town
today on a business trip.
R. N. Fredericks, wife and daugh
ter have returned from a visit to Cali
A. E. Anderson of the Imperial ice
cream parlors is confined to his room
Ross Dicus has resigned his situa
tion as deputy county recorder and
will return to Jerome to take a posi
tion with the United Yerde Copper
A big smoke south of town yester
day resulted in getting Forest Super
visor F. R. Stewart anil his rangers
out to that section in short order. It
was a brush fire and burned over
about a half acre without doing any
Judge R. E. Sloan returned Satur
day night from attending court in
Flagstaff. Only a short session was
held as the criminal business was
Chas Hatch, who for fen vears was
in t ti pmnlrkv nf 1 li n I nit.nt W.ivl
Copper company, left last Monday
f,,r hi i,i i...m in Snrinulrl (Um
i ;ii - .
wuere ue w,u ,tMUd'" I 1 ' "T-
Taylor Gearhart, a mining man of
this section aud who was also engaged
1 T u .
in "usiuess iu i rescou ior some nine,
died on Sunday of Blight's disease.
Deceased was about 55 years old and
has a wife aud stepdaughter in Los
Chief Engineer John Reese of the
U. V. power house, was discharged
last Wednesday morning, anil oilers
and engineers or. lxth shifts quit
work. It is thought that the matter
will lie adjusted satisfactorily to all
concerned. Jerome News.
Prescott Hotel arrivals Geo T
Kirklaud: J Paxton. L L Harms,
Teiupe; T M Baldwin and wife, Al
buquerque; Oscar Gigcr, Cincinnati;
Wood M Iribbons.
H Owens, H W PS
tinH.in Creek: W
Ulson. I HI rahU, I
S Howell, H Shultz, Hillside; J S
Johnson and wife, Mayer; W B Shouk
Summit; T Corrigan, Octave: J S
Jerome has one anarchist so far as
known, and publicly expressed.
When the news was first received
, f , .. r t ! .v.
sisiu uau uoi unisneu ine job by Kill-
iug the president instantly. As soon
as Jack heart! of the remarks he dis
charged the fellow. Jerome News.
Wanted.- Several persons of char
acter and good reputation in each
state (one in this count v required) to
advertise old established wealthy
! business house of solid financial
standing. Salary $18.00 weekly with
! expenses additional, till payable in
! cash each Wednesday direct from
I head offices. Horse and carriage fur
I nished when necessary. References.
' Enclose self addressed stamped en
i yelope. Manager, ;ltl Caxton Build
ing, Chicago. 9-11 to 1-1-02. w
Wanted. Several persons of char
acter and good reputation in each
state (one iu each county required) to
represent aud advertise old establish
ed wealthy business house of solid
financial standing. Salary, S18.00
weekly with expenses additional, all
payable iu cash each Wednesday di
rect from head offices. Horse "and
crrriiige furnished, when necessary.
References. Enclose self addressed
stampe I envelope. Manager, 316
Caxton Building, Chicago.
The Los Angeles Times says that
J. H. Lyndeu. the station agent at
Hobart. California, mbo claims to
have lieen assaulted and robbed last
Sunday night was formerly employed
as op rator at Wiekenburg, on the S.
F. P. A- P. railroad. It also says that
he went on a sp: e there and when he
returned the company's funds were
short and he reported having been
robbed. The Los Angeles police dis-
Lend 3 Horse
to water but you can't
make him drink.
You can't make him eat
either. You can stuff food in
to a thin man's stomach hue
that doesn't make him use it
Scott's Emulsion can make
him use it. How? By mak
ing him hungry, of course.
Scott's Emulsion makes a thin
a thin body was naturally hun
gry didn't you ? Well it isn't.
A thin body is asleep not
working gone on a strike.
It doesn't try to use it's food.
Scott's Emulsion wakes it
up puts it to work again
making new flesh, That's the
way to get fat.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT it BOWJTat. Chemists. 409 Pearl at , N. V
..... ail SJSSJpMSi
credit his report of lieing robbed at
Hobart, but the Times says he bore
the marks of rough treatment.
Mrs. F.M. Livermoore, of Flagstaff,
will join her parents, General and
Mrs. A. J. Sampson, at San Francisco
on October 1, and will accompany
them to Equador and expects to
spend a year at (juito.
Probate Judge C. P. Hicks has re -
turned from an official visit to Jerome
where he went to look after the in
terests of an estate pending in the
probate court. His trip proved bene
ficial to the estate in question.
Prescott Hotel, Sept. 24: T B
Tisdale, city; W A Story. Phenix: A
Carrigan, citv; S S Wood and wife,
Chicago; Rudolph Hopf. Los Aaffata;
McHolcomb and wife, Birmingham,
Ala; W G Blakley, Kingman; Miss
Bell Tarr, Mulletta, N. M.; G D
Martin and wife Telluride, Col; L O
Tucker and wife, Diamondville; B
McKey, Turkey Creek.
Did Not Like Otterville.
A (Nmllaman v. .w i i ti i r in ti-.niw
. 1 lillt .111.1. llilllllUk iu -i
Mexico becoming tired of everlasting
sunshine got in communication with
a real estate concern in Milwaukee
and offered to trade his coffee tinea
fior a good farm in Minnesota. He :
finally got a letter describing a farm I
iu Otterville county in glowing terms. 1
The gentleman immediately visited ',
the place last winter on the quiet.
He was satisfied to return to Mex
ico and in replying to the real estate
"Yours in reference to Otterville
county land received. I have inves
tigated pretty thoroughly your offer
ing and am now sitting on a red hot
stove trying io thaw out. I will say
this as a sort of testimonial
to your land, however. The
reason the Almighty didn't lo
cat the north pole in Otterville
county was because the ground was
frozen so hard he couldn't drive it
in. You are at liberty to use my
name in this connection if it will be
of any service to you iu helping you
to dispose of your Minnesota gla
cier." Among the Churches.
Rev. Lean O. Lewis occupied the
pulpit of the Methodist church, on
Sunday morning, and preached a very
i i rml inntrnetive sermon
which was greatly appreciated bv the
Rev j E Weems, presiding elder ,
of this district, preached at the South !
Methodist church in West Pi escott to'
a laree congregation. Rev. Weems i
is a very eloquent speaKer.
At the evening services in the Con-1
gregational church, Rev. H. B. Long ;
delivered a lecture on the "Self Un-1
made Man," and the previous an- j
nouueement of the subject had the
effect of attracting a large audience.
Rev. Long's lecture was a very eloquent
one and was listened to attentively :
throughout. Mis Munyan, a Boston 1
vocalist, sang "The Ninety and Nine" ;
w . . ,
in a very pleasing manner, she lias
i rich, wen traineu voice. ;
i mm m , J -
Rev. F. T. Kennett. oi the tpisco-
Dal church, breached a very emest
discourse full of thoughtful sugges
tions, to an appreciative audience in
"Brown's in Town."
A novelty is promised at the opera
house Saturday, Sept. 28, in the first
performance of what the management
declares an extraordinary farce. It is
called "Brown's iu Town," and is said
to brim over with witty thrusts and
humorous complications. The num
ber of really good farces is extremely
limited when one comes to think
of it, and the addition of a first etas
fun producer is not less welcome on
that account. The "Brown play
promises to be out ot the usual
run of entertainments on that
order, inasmuch as it is the first
farce in many a dav that was written
"i : 1 ... l.l .;rl
...i mi, auroral i.e-rol musical
u i nil 11 :i iiiiii Mil ill" ill in i'ni uiiiiii.
....mVra tr ,;.(. ili not rnnrtiet with ;
Shot a Rattlesnake.
Frank Lee of Yuma, while on a I
u.. ., r-r.Hl with Is
UUUb, r.ipi V 4 uiiv . v (,..... ...... i
head high off the ground. It was the ,
prettiest specimen of his snakeship
BM on the desert, and knowing that
its f kin would make a most valuable ;
present to a friend if made into a !
belt, Frank was careful not to perfor- i
ate its side with shot. He therefore t
laid aside his shotgun and taking:
from his hip-pocket a dH-calibre
Smith & Wesson, he took deliberate
aim and its snakeship keeled overt
wit h its head completely shot off. He j
took the snake to a tannery, had the .
the skin prepared anil made into a
Lead Kindhy Light.
The history of "Lead, Kindly
1 Ligh" which has recent ly lieen snug
1 in deference to its dead admirer, is as
; solomn as the cloud cast over this
I country bv the death of the presi
dent. "While away from college du
j ties to recuperate from the perplexi
! ties of church, Cardinal Newman was
j stricken with malarial fever on the
island of Sicily. Here, in the strange
: ness of a foreign laud, among histori
cal sights and sublime scenes, with
l,. .ii,.. anil ehnrr-ri in mind, he became
so impaired in health as to be re-
1 hr hi servant to irive, final di -
rections. He attempted to cross the;
, Mediterranean in order to reach home, j
but was held iu the Straits of Bona-;
facio in the fuiv of a storm that
turned day into night, and there
"amid the encircling gloom" the stan-
zas of "Lead, Kindly Light," were
given to the world. Ex.
The first symptom of a developing
case of democracy is to find the pa
tient "agin something or somebody I"
Shaffer has made a record as mis
leader of the strikers.
The man who steals a march U sel
dom caught up with.
For a deliciom, cooling drink oj
soda, ice cream soda, any flavor go to
: the Imperial ice cream parlors. tt
Berries and cream at the Imperial
j ice cream parlors. if
Those famous little pills, DeWitt's
Little Early ! Risers compel your liver
j and bowels to do their duty, thus give
I ing you pure, rich blood to recuperate
your bony. Are easy to take. Never
gripe Brisley Drug Co. W. W.
Drink lieekin's "Magnolia" Coffee.
For Sale by The Bashford-Burmister
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve should
I be promptly applied to cuts, burns
I and scalds. It sooths and quickly
heals the injured part. There are
! worthless counterfeits, be sure and
I get DeWitt's. Brisley Drug Co. W.
j W. Ross
A Ixid complexion generally results
I from inactive liver and bowels. In
all such cases, DeWitt's Little Early
Risers produce gratifying results.
Brisley Drug Co. W. V. Ross.
Eczema, saitrheum, tetter, chafing
vy poisoning and all skin tortures
; are quickly cured by De Witt's Witch
' Hazel Sal-. The certain pile cure.
Brisley Drug Co. and W. W. Ross.
We have on hand, all the time, vegj
etables suitable for mining camps.
; All orders promptly attended to, at
F. H. Baldwin's, successor to F. E
You can never cure dyspepsia by
astting. What your body needs is First class Japanese cook wants sit
! good food properly digested. Then uation in private family or mining
li yuriitomacn Wl11 not digest it, , camp. Apply at Home Bakery, South
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will. It con-1 Montezuma street and inquire for
tains all of the natural digestants, : Henle. 92-6 t6
I hence must digest every class of food '
t and so prepare it that nature can use , Wanted A woman to do house
it in nourishing the hodv and Teniae -
! iif? the wasted tissues, thus giving
lite, neaith. strength, ambition, pure
blood and good healthy appetite
Brisley Drug Co. W. W. Ross.
Caledonian coal, the best in the
market, for sale by F. C. Paine, agent
in Prescott. Order your coal now for
the winter tf.
"The doctors told me my cough
was incurable. One Minute Cough
Cure made me a well man." Norris
Silver, Forth Stradford, X. H. Be
cause you've not found relief from a
stublxirn cough, don't despiir. One
Minute Cough Cure has cured thou
sands and it will cure you. Safe and
dure. W. W. Ross and Brisley Drug
11 flavors of ice cream, ice cream
, das, and till the refreshing hot
"eather drinks tit Moden's ice crenm
Special sale of colored shirt waists
at 50c each, beginning Thursday,
June t3, at The Bashford-Burmister
The biggest 10c tablet
the Golden Eagle store.
town at !
Our $5.00 miner's watch
is best for
at Linn's Golden
For choice wines, liquors and cigars
go to Kearney's jll-tf
"I wish to truthfully state to you
' and the readers of these few lines that
1 your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is with-;
: out question, the best and only cure
lor dyspepsia that I have ever come j
1 in contact with and I have used many I
; other preparations." John Beam, j
i West Middlesex, Pa. Xo preparation
i equals Kodol Dyspepsia Cure as it I
contains all the natural digestants. It
will digest all kinds of food and can't j
help but do von good. Brisley Drug ;
I Co. W. W.'Ross.
The Congress House, under Mrs. 1
Ed Creelman s management, is cue of
the most popular hotel'slin Prescott
rooms newly fitted up. the best
table board and pleasant and courte-
ous treatment are the inducements at
the Congress House. Try it. 7-23tf.
Have you seen those lovely shirt
waists at Mrs. Blaine's? tf
. , , . ...
Supply your Sunday table with a
box of Huyler s. R. H. Burmister
" us sole duts- !
mug up on lor ire.n vegeiaoies oi
all kinds prompt! v delivered. F. H.
Baldwin successor to F. E. Jones, tf
You can get the genuine 1H47
Rodgers silver ware at the Golden
Eagle store. t f
We are receiving from the factories
t inv mil n urnrv i :ir 1 nil tuw
p -- . , j
Boston brown bread and naked
lieans every Saturday at Collins' ice
cream parlor. Cookies and pies every
The Sunday Herald, of Los Ange
les, seems to always lie improving. A
magnificent colored comic supple
ment has now been added to its many
other attractions. It is, without
doubt, the finest colored supplement
ever gotten out by any uewspaper on
the Pacific coast. The Sunday illus
trated magazine issue ! by The Her
ald is the finest thing of the kind on
too, tiud is never dull or un-
i interesting in any part.
o.wl lata Baal, r R R
The places, the rates for the round
md the dates of sale are below.
! The other details can lie had of Santa
e agents, or H. P. Anewalt, G. P. A.,
i resiou, ru:
Boai Canon, Colo, $14.90, every
Flagstaff. S7; round trip Tuesday's.
Iron Springs. Ariz, DO CM daily.
Watch spice for further notices
R. Baehr for house painting and
168 and 97
Porter on dmaftU at the Palace.
A lot of the latest Iwoks just re-
ceived at Y
Genuine imported Bavarian Pilsner
beer on d night at the Palace. tf
Hello, central. .No. .', please unsiey
Call and see Mr-
Blaine's stock of
soon lie serving :
Look out for the
The laaperial will
': oysters in all styles.
! For bottle or flask
i go to Karney's.
choice whiskey 1
Bishop's and Loose Bros' chocolates
and bon bons. the best
! at the Imperial.
in the world,
Ak a))out tl, wheelon coutest for
a w.lt).n ;tt ,). rmi(t.ri;,i. tf .
,x , , .. . .
For sale hy The Bashford-Burmister
Fresh, pt;re candies, the lx-t cigar
and tobaccos, notions, etea Modeu's
DR. HARTZELL, DENTIST,
PRESCOTT. Telephone 103.
No headache if you drink at Kear
DR. F. M. METZGAR. DENTIST,
COOK BUILDING, PRESCOTT.
PHONE 259. tf
111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,
I ft. I'ikI-t this heading will bo found Mis
cellaneous Advertising, such as Homes and
Rooms fcr Rent. For Sale, Lost and Found.
Situations Wanted, Etc.. Etc., Etc.
HOUSES AND ROOMS TO RENT
i Wanted Respectable married cou-
j pie without children to take beautiful
large front room with board, also
j limited number table boarders; home
cooking. Call at No. 19 MonWuma
street, Crapo Flats.
For Rent To adults only, furnish
ed room and board, in private fam
ily. First class. Inquire at this
Riihoad people who desire quiet
and nicely furnished rooms can be
1 Summit street.
by calling at 116
Any person desiring comfortablr
rooms will please call on Miss May
Uifton. tf i
For rent Two comfortable front
rooms, one block from plaza; rent
reasonable. Mrs. Addie Harris, 212
East Goodwin street. s 11 tf
For Rent Centrally located, finely
furnished parlor bed room; electric
lights; $15 per month, includes heat
during winter; permanent tenant
only. Inquire E. J. F. Home.
SITUATIONS WANTED-HEIP WANTED
' cleaning by the day. Apply to 4iU
East Sheldon street
Wanted: Position as housekeeper
or cook, by a woman of experience.
Can furnish reference if required.
Atldress Miss May McKenzie, Ros
j wel1; N- M- K Mr- Poe-
Wanted By colored man aud wife.
work in private family, or will take
; charge of kitchen, city or country,
i Call or address X this office. sl8 lw
Wanted Several persons of char
i acter and good reputation in each
state (one in this county required) to
' represent aud advertise old establish
I ed wealthy business house of solid
financial standing. Salary $13.00
weekly with expenses additional, all
; payable in cash each Wednesday di
rect from head offices. Horse and
rcirriiix fnrnisripd wrifn BMassssaavsi
References. Enclose self addressed
, stamped envelope. Manager, 306
l Caxton building, Chicago. Sept3x30d
Manager wanted in every large
! county to appoint agents for the
famous "Game O Skill" nickel slot
machine for drinks or cigars; lawful
everywhere, takes place of all forbid
den slot machines. Rented or sold
on easy payments. Secure territorv
! quick. Palmer Billiard Table works,
Chicago, Ills. 9-1 to 10-31
Wanted, position as engineer or
hoist man. Can keep in repair and
run any kind of engine. Address
F. L. Thompson, Johnson house,
Prescott. 7-1 ltf
LOST AND FOUND.
$15 reward for one brown horse"
branded G on left hip; weight 1000
pounds, mane cut off, saddle marks.
A. R. Earll, Walker, Ariz.
For sale 1,000 pounds of good
babbitt metal. For price apply at
this office. tf
Stock certificates Officers of new
corporations are requested to call on
ae Journal-tuner ana obtain prices
for stock certificates, seals
! plete set of books.
For sah3 Furnished large tent cot
, tage, heavy canvass, good flooring;
j delightful location in pines, near city,
i Address Bargain, Journal-Miner
Get our prices on billiard and pool
a bu elsewhere; sold
on payments. Our cushions are
guaranteed for twenty years, and are
made by a new vulcanizing process.
Old tables fitted with our cushions j
are as good as new ; satisfaction guar
anteed or money refunded. See our
advertisement of "manager wanted"
lot lawful slot machines. Palmer ;
Billiard Table works, Chicago, Ills.
ft-1 to 10-31
a .l t 1 1 aj l
a car loan oi wauus oi an ainus.
including tana wagons and spring
wagons, just received.
7-3tf F- G. Biecht.
One thousand pounds of old type
babbitt metal. Will be sold in quan
tities to suit. Apply at Journal-Miner
For Sale A second hand three and
one-quarter inch Schuttler wagon, and
a second hand, two horee, platform
spring wagon, cheap. Apply to Pio
neer Transfer company. 7-26tf
First Class nines Wanted.
The undersigned wishes to pur
chase for a California syndicate, a
first clsss mine, or mines, either gold
or copper, copper preferred. Mines
must stand most searching examina
tion of a professional mining expert.
Address 615 Laughlin Building, Los
Angeles, Cal. J. Harvey McCarthy.
Notice to Contractors.
Prescott, Arizona, September 20,1901.
Sealed proposals will be received
by the Board of Education of the
City of Prescott, Arizona, nntil 1 p.
m. of September 30, 1901, for a ten
room school building. Plans and
soecifications may be seen and other
information obtained at the office of
D. Kilpatrick, architect, Prescott,
Each proposal must be occompa
nied by a certified check for five per
cent of the amount of proposal, made
payable to the Chairman of the Board
of Education. Prescott, Arizona.
, Proposals to be in form as set forth
I in specifications.
, The Board reserves the right to re
ject any or all of the proposals.
T. G. Norris,
Clerk of the Board.
The New Plumbing; House.
J: W. Brown, the plumber, is now
located in the Brecht block, and has
his new quarters equipped with up to I
Jate sanitary eoods. He is also pre-,
pared to perform any work in his line
I at reasonable prices, and guaranteees j
his work is unsurpassed.
McCabe Stage Line.
Stage carrying passengers and ex
press leaves Dougherty's O. K. store
for McCabe every Monday, Wednes
day and Friday, and returning leaves
McCalie Tuesdays Thursdays and
Saturdays. Office at O. K. store.
Loss of appetite is commonly
gradual: one dish after another is set
. ,.1.. It ia nnp nf rhe first indiesi-
pood for it aa Hood's Sarsaparilla
the best of all tonics.
The Largest and
Groceries and Mining Supplies
Shelf and Heavy Hardware.
Our Dry Goods Departmentttrf
We Solicit Inspection of Styles, Qualities and Prices....
Mail Orders Will Have
Oar Best Attention.
GENT'S . FURNISHINGS! I
BOOTS AND SHOES FOR EVERYBODY.
WE BUY SHOES FOR
AND SERVICE !
Grand Opening of Fall Goods!
SWEATERS FOR MAN, BOY OR CHILD.
. j?f Good n e ss Y
VL : Ot Qaallty Colorings and Sty Is. sjatt s
jT Y "wHsiHB Your Inspection In the Oraat Variety at
W Attractive Deaigna Shown la I
j SWEiRS j
I i'-- i MmProdijcerioi tb Oaly Strictly i
I ill I 'fe , !V3 rnyn-Ofde. Lana-Wanrins;. Parts rt
If I MmgMmiaglmmM Fitting Sweater ta Warld. AM I
H. W. LASKEY &CO .
Lawler Block, Opposite Postoffice.
Money Refunded if Goods Are Not Satisfactory.
Complete Stock of Fine Whiskys and Cordials for the Trade
ler in PABST Brewing Co.'a iWllwauk"' "ear-
That is NewM
ALL KINDS OT
Telephone 1 tt-