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A PATHCTIC STORY.
A story appears in our conteui-
porary this morning wnicn is really i
pathetic, and -'tears will unbidden '
start from the eye of every true
democrat ou reading it. It is a svory
from real life.
, The story commences away back in
Virginia where a boy was lori). The
i - - - i ;.. " ,.r ;
J . "
course a democrat, ti
grew up to
big boyhood and learned the printer's ;
j aa. t i L i
trade. When he pot through with
the trade he was a man. He read I
Horace Greeley's advice of "young
man, go west," and he went. The
story of his coming is ;i- pathetic as
the experience of Governor Zulick
"sleeping on the bleak hill sides of
Sonora with a Winchester for a
bride." The immaculate lau
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guage in MSB the storv of i
his coming is told, is so much su- :
perior to any at the command of the '
writer that it is herewith quoted:
"On the 12th of October, 1879. the j
writer arrived in Prescott after a long
trip overland from Colorado, his only j
eart hi v possessions consisting of two !
burros, a Winchester rifle; his only
comfort a life long trust in a benefi
cent guiding power of a higher
spiritual lieiug. call him what you
may. his devotion to his native land
and Lis never waveriDg adherence to
the principles of the democratic
OirlBOa Tu.-ker. Clark Churchill. ' lations between those two countries.
John Mai ion. all deceased are woven ' It will require mutual explanations
into the story, while the editor of the and apologies to conclude an agree-Journal-Miner
also figures as a side meut by which each couutry will
isue at two or three periods of the j rigidly respect the laws of neutrality
story. It required a whole lot of in- j and the rights of the other,
genuity ou the part of the author to ; The two democratic papers of Phe-
iiitro luce the aforesaid editor into j
the story, but he proved equal to the
emergency. It deals of political
treachery aud personal perfidy on the
part of some of the characters intro
duced, but after reading it all
through one is compelled to ask:
WU:t is it all about? What is the
occa-it u of all this vast ocean of
OS U without a single island of idea
in sight?" There is a hint thrown
ou! that democratic harmony is the ,
object sought for. but the object of j
t iv. . ersing the circuitous path taken,
and the interweaving of characters
and incidents iu it which have no1
pc-siole bearing: on the "sera c" now 1
On between democrats is carefully
That the leaders of the democratic
part v are not sincere in the position
tcey assume towards the trusts is
evidenced by the manner iu which
they speak of the action taken by
ftesident Roosevelt. No unbiased or
unprejudiced man doubts , for a
Mat t hat the president is in ear-
nest in his action agaiust the trusts, i
, . ... . ? , .
vet he is ridiculed and misrepre-
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ted bv the democratic press. The'
, . . , .
following items from a democra're
papet are samples of this pettv work: '
-The more the republican conveu-
ventions conaratulate the com.trv o i
the 'resolute stand of President
Roosevelt against trusts," the more i
the big I rusts are organized. One or i
two more speech. bv him. aud all !
the remaining free industrial territory !
will be covered bv the trusts." '
"Perhaus Atteaer General Knox
is as good :m fighting trusts as at
fighting offensive drunken trust mag
nates whom he meets in swell cafes.
bal B yet be lias given no evidence
S -:wart in Washington.
Frank R. Stewart, formerly well
KBOWB in Ohio. mW n he took an ac
tjve part ui i publican politics, and
: DOW -liperintent.'eat of the for
esl leetsive at Pieeott, A. T.. is in
Washington for a f w days. With
the true Buckeye instinct. Mr. Stew
art ha- been mamg m the politics ol
tiie territory where b now makes his
home, and he has iwcoiiie prominent
Hi the a Uaii's ;f his nai tv there.
full it ia probata, he will lie the re-
p'iblk a.s candidate for delegate to I
congress from Arizona. He has beeu
irged to take tin; m iiaiiiaffhtai aud as
(he republicans think there ia a fmt
chance of carrying the territory this
year it is lik I v he will think the pos- j Miner was started and has continued
s:i,,e reward is worth the struggle, j ever since. Now comes aha i;i.s!iee
If the territory should be admitted to of the nie ua,n,.
statehood. There will be a whole cot-
r.n v of Ohio. us there who will be iu The much discussed qtiestuu of
line for elevation to public office in i lowering the assessment of the I'nited
Eaet,a cpood many of tbeaa are hold- Verde company seaaaa to hat beeu
by federal appointment 8eMied ,,y tje jOBrd f 8Upt.rviM(rs.
taw. Washington ( rrespondeuce. . , , '
,(,r No action has lieen tak n and tne
f ,, , hoard has ftked ih; tax hort aceord-
R Bv a report oi i ie' controller of the . , , ,
i int.' to the rob turned m by tne as
enrrency just issued it appears that . , .... .
C7. : , . .. sessor. As a reduetion of the tinted
; ,.- uaJ ln ini reas,i m nuui-. v. , .
I, ,. , . I,,,- Venies assessment woiiid mem a
ber 1 12 b l and didv i.j. , ...
, , . . , .
abd their toia; resourws increase!
$10,619. ,2i. I
In the npterh of Senator Gdllinger.
del;reied alx)ut a week before the ;
adjournaient of Congress, he says:
Every man. woman ami child in the j
the United States is equal to ten per
sons outside of it."
Democrats seem to lie worried as
iniieh about whom the republicans
will run for delegate to congress now
as they are alout the democratic
nominee. The far seeing ones, those
who are not troubled with partisan
strabismus realize thpt a democratic
nomination this year is not equal to
It is not b-lived that I he honest
voters of the county, democrats or
republicans, will endorse the high
handed measures adopted by the
would-be Klitical bosses of the
Strained relations exist again be
twet n the United States and Turkey
This condition though has been of so
frequent occurrence of late that
nothing specially is thought of it.
Houston. Texas, had a lively rail
road rate war last week. Prices for
rouud trip tickets toChicago dropped
from 1S.00 to ten cents with a
$5.00 box of cigars given with each
ten cent ticket. Over 500 tickets
were sold in one day.
There is a hot rnalary between
Prescott's two democratic papers, as
to which can give the strongest ad
vice to voters to elect good men to
office. From the amount of repeat
ing duue at Saturday's election, the
advice does not seem to be taking
very deep root.
Much talk is indulged in as to the
possibilities and probabilities of Sen
ator Mark Hanna being a presiden-
tial caudidate in 1904. but Hort. P.
C Edwards, of Ohio, announce with
apparent authority, that Senator
Hanna will not be a candidate, and
that President Roosevelt will.
The republic in protective policy
has accomplish I too much for the
United States to be
, f , . m . -
methods of t: democrats. If any
I revision is nece tsury, the republicans
i i e i i i. a
I w no nae losLerau me ponev are me
! ones to perform it.
A "cradle" is being built at the
Brooklyn navy r.rd upon which to
construct the new battleship Con
necticut, whie . i to cost 54.212.000
Some 3.000 , ihsi are to be driven to
iii.ti' i'-.oiuici sale luuiiu.iuoii
for t wdle to rest uPOD a8 the lo'
catlon has ulcksaads-
H tbe proceedings against
the ,je"f tru8tr the railway merger,
etc- DO being conilticted by Attor-
ne-v General Knox prove uusuceess-
fui ,he republicans in congress may
1 . - t J,:
Ik- relied upon to amend the anti
trust law or revise the tariff schedules
iu so far as is necessary to protect the
Negotiations have been opened in
Washington to adjust the difference
between Columbia and Nicaragua,
and. if possible, restore friendly re-
u;x are divided on the delegate ques-
;iou. The democrat is an ardent
supporter of Wilson and is manu
facturing some good republican cam
paign material in case Shannon is
nominated. The Enterprise is just
as actively supporting Shannon, but
is more guarded in what it has to say
attout Wilson's candidacy.
Democratic campaign headquarter
in Washini'toii. with the iiiipnHino-
which BaU tht,rpin ...
Bryan ta,ki free silver, Mr. ( w
advocating sound money. Mr. leUcr
talking protection, aud Representa-
a.! TV A 1 11 r
xu . c..- c .
i hese serve as a fitting forecast of
Tive le.rilloltil .ill: tic Tree Ifi..!
the conditions wliich would prevail
in Congress were the republicans to
dandou the helm of the ship of
A dispatch from Indianapolis says
that S nat.ir R .voriri", ereiirmun rF
t. . . . .
the senate committee ou territories
has decided iu the early part of No-
Tember to consider the bill granting
statehood to Arizona. New Mexico
and Oolahomi. By agreement this
bill must lie taken up in the senate
. " . . . . ' 1 ... .1 in ii ii j .... i .
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and must therefore be disposed of in
. m ,
committee before the regular session
of the senate opens,
The of thc b-
Uada are belunlnr? understand
the k,reat vantages of a settled gov-
era meut under the raperrlsiioa of the
cuue" M?8' w I' H,,W' now ,ne?
haVO ,,ee,, mlsleJ ils to the IT
f the 1 mted S,ates in seekin" tUe
I'tion of the Unit Returns
from the customs revenue of the
"P 8'J0" laf for the first
T - - a. -. 1 L?a. I x I- 1 .1
four months of the preseut year the
receipts reached nearly .?3,00o.()00 in
gold; more than twice as much as
they were for the corresponding
tnout-hs of 1M99. and a considerable
increase over 1901.
Uiiiee h is
a new paper.
alle1 Miner and. is repub-
hcau in politics. This makes the third
Arizona paper with the name Miner
at its masthead. The Arizona Miner
now consolidated with and hyphenated
totheArizoua.Ioiini.il w.is th a lirst
paper to a'iofit the name and il iatn
bek i(i March 9. VWL It has -eu
published contini; msjv and wilhotit
interruption ewe sim-.. that
Along in the early eighties, tin
piietorof the Miner sold a lot of
printing material to a man iu Mineral
Park, aud with it the Mohave C matt
very large reduction in me revenue i
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of the county, and an there lias Iji en ;
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practically iu inaigiii left, it .s ia-
ferred that tb- btr.I kaa ao latea-1
tio.i of making a reduction.
POKER PLAYING PROHIBITED.
Secretary Shaw is after the poker
players in the treasury department.
Just before he left Washington for
Vermont, he severely disciplined
several employes of the treasury for
a form of misconduct which hereto
fore has not received attention from
the bead of the department. Several
days ago the wives of a number of
clerks called in a body upon the
secretary, and requested that an or
der be issued that there will be with
held on every pay day a certain part
of the husband's salary for the sup
port of themselves and children.
This caused Secretary Shaw to insti
tute a rigid investigation into the
couduct of clerks against whom the
complaint was made, and when he
learned that some of them were habi
tual poker players, while others were
iu the habit of betting on horse races
he brought them up before him with
a sharp turn.
After delivering to them a severe
fatherly lecture on the evils of gam
bling, he ordered the transfer of
every one of them from the desks
they now occupy; learned what their
family expenses were, and cut their
salaries with a view of their domestic
needs. Then he warned them if he
heard of them wagering any part of
their salaries again he would
promptly discharge them from the
The effect of the secretary's action
in this case is perceptible among
others of the thousand treasury em
ployes who are beginning to realize
that Shaw is determined to enforce
most rigid discipline in the depart
ment, to the end of increasing the
efficiency of public service, and at the
same time enforcing the rules of con
duct that will minimize the chance of
evil-doing among the clerks that
night lead to a public scandal.
An analysis of the vote on Satur
day at the democratic primaries serves
to illustrate the fraud practiced. The
democratic vote two years ago for
delegate, as shown by the head of
the ticket, was 316, that being the
number of votes received by Smith,
the votes received for Murphy being
356 or a total of 852. If the vote on
Saturday was legitimate it shows an
increase in the democratic vote of 392
or 125 per cent. There has been a
corresponding increase of republican
votes during the past two years, as of
democrats. Hence, at this ratio, as
suming Saturday's vote was honest,
the republican vote is now 1206.
making the total vote of the town
1914. The increase in population
nas only been in round numbers
about 1200, so that the fraud is ap
parent to even a democratic heeler.
The republican party is still down
on its knees, begging Hon. R. E.
Morrison to run for delegate to con
gress. Courier. And the democrats
are quaking in their boots and pray
ing that Mr. Morrison will not run
for delegate. They realize that if he
should be nominated his electioa is
practically assured. He is one of
the ablestt as well ss one of the pur
est and cleanest me.i in the territory,
and has a very extensive acquain
tance all over the territory. He
would represent Arizona in congress
in a way which every one would be
A freight car provided with ball
liearings has been experimented with
by the Illinois Central railroad, and
it is found that in addition to its
j great saving of oil and wear, a single
man may push it along the track. It
is surprising that ball bearing ex
periments in connection with rail
roading has not been tried before.
The wife of United States Minister
Squires, at Havana, was stopped in
her carriage by a mounted policeman
when about to call upon the wife of
the French Minister, and the matter
has liecome one of diplomatic corres
pondence and international interest.
Minister Squires insists that the po
liceman shall be punished.
Secretary Fox of the New York re
publican state committee has com
piled figures to show that New York
state ha-t saved 55.665,000 in taxes
since the management of affairs came
into the hands of the republicans.
AN ARIZONA WEDDING.
Redondo, California, the Scene
the Wedding of Two Popu
The Redondo correspondent of the
Los Angeles Times, furnished that
paper with tba following report of a
wedding at that place, iu which two
Arizonans were the principals: "One
of the daintiest of weddings occurred
at high noon today in the apartment
of Mr. and Mrs. Guorge N. Gage, at
Hotel Redondo, when their daughter,
Miss Louie V. Gage, was married to
Dr. John Dennett, a prominent phy
sician of Arizona. Miss Gage, who
with her father and mother had been
a guest for the season at Hotel Re
dondo, bus lieen a resident of Ari
zona several years and is well known
throughout the territory.
The ceremonv was performed by
Rev. J. J. Wilkins of St. Paul's
church. IjOs Angeles, in the presence
of only immediate relatives. The
decoration scheme was greeu and
white, aud the bride, a tall brunette,
wore an exquisite white chiffon over
iaffeta with trimmings of lace. A
diamond sunburst, the gift of the
looaa, was the only ornament. A"
wedding breakfast was served in the
breakfast rOMM under the supervision
of the chef. Here also the green and
white were used in effective decora
tion, a huge bowl of white earn a
i ions serving as a centerpiece. The
oung couple left for a tour of t'e
reel and on their return, about the
n iddleof October, will reside in Con
Dr. Dennett and his charming wife
aie popu'ar in social circles, and al
though married quietly, were the re
cipients o( many beautiful gifts. Mrs.
Iltirmister, a aister of the bride, from
Arizona, was one of the guests.
Geo. Oliver an Albuquerque saloon
keeper wandered away from his hotel
at Whitcomb Springs, New Mexico,
early Monday morning and has not
lieen found siace. Oliver w.is deliri
ous when last seen and poss:b!y has 1
la lien over some precipice aud was !
killed by the fall. j
SALT LAKE GRAFTERS
Welcome Signs Over the Doors
and the Scoop Shovel Mit
Held Wide Open.
Goodwin's Weekly Pays its Re
spects to the Respectable High
waymen of That City.
"Soak 'em while they're here, for
they'll be a long time gone; good
enough for Elks, and make 'em pay,
That has been the war whoop of too
many far seeing business men the
past week, and they have done Salt
Lake more harm than good, making
carnage out of their killings.
They have taken the money away
from visiting Elks and their friends
faster than a house full of brace
games could have done it, scraped
them clean of every penny and told
them to kiss themselves good bye.
The "'Welcome' sign has blazed
from the .rout door, the "con" smile
has blazed from behind the counters,
and the scoop shovel mit has been
held open for the jingle on the ma
hogany, for ''Jolly El Its are good
fellows; we'll be as wise as a tree full
of owls. Stick 'em from soup to nuts,
and they'll never know the differ
ence." But they did, and they hollered,
and whenever you go In the next
few months you will see their smoke
which started in this little city. The
backmen first that was expected
but in il! justice, only a few cut
deep, and those grafters were not
among the ones who are reputable
outside of convention weeks. Of
course there were a number who are
always bo'ciups. but there isu't half
the fault to be found with such men
as with others, who are supposed to
be right. With the backmen it is
tbe big rakeoff for the year, but it
isn't with such places as the Knuts
ford bar, the Royal cafe, the Tavern,
the Kenyon and Palace barber shops
and other places supposed to be in
the front rank of their respective
. Three New Yorkers and a local
man went into the Knutsford Tues
day evening. They had an inward
fever that was fierce, and a deep
yearning for something Cool. They
asked for four glasses of sweet soda,
common ordinary "pop." It was
served in small glasses full of ice aud
there were probably two five cent
bottles in he whole thing. A dollar
was thrown down and, no change.
"All drinks twenty-five ceuts. gentle
men," was the news the informant
gave them. This is only one inci
dent. The maximum wholesale rate
for ibis is thirty cents a doien bot
tles. The new improvements at the
Knutsford bur are beautiuil. but
when the management insists for
paying for them in three days' trade
it's a little strong.
Any number of bars raised to 10
cents for beer, but in comparison
beer was a cinch. One Mueller, who
runs the Roval Cafe must not lie
overlooked. Beginning Monday he
had a list of prices that would drive
anyone to bankruptcy iu three nie-ds.
Two regular customers walked in on
that day, took a look nt the list of
figures and roared like the angry -r..
Immediately a man rushed np and
said that regular customers would le
served at old prices; that he was .Ra
tioned there to inform them that, and
the printed figures were for visiting
Elks. If that isn't holdup iu broad
in broad daylight, what ist
The only difference at the Tavt rn
was in the fact that there was no dis
criminating; that is, the prices were
raised to the robber scale, but it cost
local people the same as outsiders. If
the Tavern isn't out of debt after thia
The Kenyon barber shop made no
bones about raising shaving prices to
25 cents, and the Palace sold "im
ported" tonics made in the cellar and
put in French bottles, and the smile
on the barbers' faces said "Good
enough for Elks."
The grafts in small resorts around
town cannot be reckoned, but they
were legion and will be long remem
bered by the antlered herd. If all
business men had been disposed to
treat people as the ones mentioned
ther'd be a lot of paved streets here
before another convention. Good
win's Weekly, Salt Lake.
The Science ot Loaning Money.
There is an announcement in this
evening's paper' from the well known
business man and capitalist S. P.
(JreaMnger. For nearly twenty years
Mr. Creasinger has been a leading
financier of Los Angeles, and has
always made the loaning of money
for clients a leading feature of his
business. He points with pride to
the fact that he has lost not one dol
lar of money placed in his hands for
investment. He has an invariable
rule of being sure of the reliability
of the proposition he handles. He
pays interest every month, aud prin
cipal when desired.
The business activities of Los An
geles at the present time make that
city a good point in which to loan
money, and a financial agent of the
standing of Mr. Creasinger offers
facilities for investment far better
than one can individually find. As
he savs iu his awlnitiwwuil , many
of the Lais Angeles iaveatOMtBta are
as safe as a government bond, but to
know the safe investment is the dif
ficult point. And it i- here that Mr.
Creasi user's services are valuable.
He guarntees to secure as high as
one per cent a moutli ou money
placed with bim.
Mr. Creasinger is proprietor of the
famous M at ill ja Springs, arbere many
Arizouans have passed pari ot their
summer vacation. He h;is recently
spent a fortuue in improvements ou
Matilija. and it is this summer re
garded as one cf the social centers o!
Enterprises fostered by Mr. Creas
inger always succeed. Among his
varied interests is a larre stock f irm,
and it is said he is ail expert iu the
judge of horseflesh.
Athletics for Women.
A series of uuusual ariicles on phy
sical development has leen running
in the Delineator for several Booth
and iu the September issue appean
one of striking interest on golf, l
Francis C. Griscom, the former na
tional champion. Miss Griaeoai is
naturailv an enthusiast on her theme
aud offers innumerable suggestions
that will lie appieciated by the ex
pert aud that will prove of IHIIBHim
service to the novice. A larg - i:i:m
ber of illustrations from life are gun.
showing the correct and incorrect
grips, swings, etc.. that come into use
at various stages of the game.
Three murderers in the Kf ntucky I
penitentiary, obtained a revolver, ;
overpowered two guards, took their '
guns and held the entire prison force
at bay for over four hours. They
were unable to get outside the prison I
wall though and were finally over-
powered aud returned to their cells. .
Call for County Republican Coven
tion. By directiou of the republican coun
ty central committtee of Yavapai
county, Arizona, a convention of dele
gates of the republican party of Yav
apai county is hereby called to meet
at Prescott. Arizona, on Monday, the
15th day of September, 1902, at 10
o'clock a. m., at the court house.
The purposes for which this con
vention is called are:
First. The selection of 33 dele
gates to represent the party for Yav
apai county at the territorial conven
tion, called to meet at Phoenix, Sep
tember 17th, 1902, to nominate a re
publican candidate for delegate to
congress, to lie voted for at the next
ensuing election, in November.
Second. The nomination of repub
lican candidates for the various coun
ty offices, to lie voted for at the next
ensuing election, in November.
Third. The nomination of repub
lican candidates for the various pre
cinct offices, to be voted for at the
Fourth. The selection of a repub
lican county central committee, aud,
generally, to taMast any other busi-ne-i
that may properly come before
The basis for the representation for
the several precincts at this conven
tion is fixed at one (1) delegate, for
each precinct hereinafter enumerated,
and in addition theaeto one (1) dele
gate for every 25 votes or fraction
thereof cast at the last general elec
tion for Hon. N. O. Murphy, for dele
gate to congress, except the Prescott
precinct, which shall have not to ex
ceed 15 delegates.
On this basis the apportionment is
Precinct No. Delegates.
Ash Fork 1
Ash Creek 1
Agua Fria, Upper 1
Augua Fria, Lower 1
Austin : 1
Beaver Creek 1
Bumble Bee 1
Black Hills 1
Big Chino 1
Big Bug 2
Blue Dick Mine 1
Black Canyon 1
Crook Canyon 1
Crown Point 1
Crazy Basin 1
Crown King 9
Congress Junction 1
Castle Creek Hot Springs 1
C a npbell'a Ranch 1
Copper Mountain 1
Cook's Saw Mill 1
Copper Basin 1
Del Rio 1
Fool's Gulch 1
Groom Creek, Lower 1
Graaite Mountain 1
Grant Bros. Camp No. 1 1
Grant Bros. Camp No. 2 1
Grant Bros. Camp No. 3 1
Grant Bros. Camp No. 4 I
Hatz Camp 1
H-inin I 1
Hill Side Mine 1
Hillside Station 1
Home Run Mine 1
Hurricane Mine 1
Iron King 1
Jerome, Upper .' 10
Jerome, Lower 10
Jerome Junction 1
Jcrs.-v Lillie 1
King's Ranch 1
Last Chance i 1
Lynx Creek 1
Miller Valley 1
Monarch Mine 1
McCabe : 2
Mint Valley 1
Mountain Springs 1
Model Mine 1
Oak Creek 1
P. & E. Junction
Peeples Valley . . .
Peck's Lake 1
Piue Tree Station
Slate Creek 1
Thumb Butte ,
Treasure Vault Mine...
Williams ju Vallev
i W'uluut drove
; Waluut Creek
; White Horse
Primaries will lie held iu the sev
eral preeiocta on Saturday, the fith
day of September, 19(12. bet we the
li.mrs of 10 a. at. and 4 p. m. i-r the
aetec .on ol delegates to the eoiiven
tkm. At s if h piim::rie- those who will
lie qualified to vote at the next gen
eral election and who are republicans
and are residents of the precinct
wherein they 'ffer to vote, and those
only, shall be permitted to vote at
those primaries and such persons
shall be eligible for delegates.
J. M. W. Moore,
J. C. Forest,
Shatters All Records.
Twice hospital, F. A. Gulleilge,
Verbena, Ala., paid a vast sum to
doctors to euro a seAere case of piles,
causing 1M tumors. When all failed,
Haeklea'a Arnica Salve pooh cured
him. Subdues Inflammation, con-
quers Aches, kills pains. Best
in the world. 25c at all
HELLO, CENTRAL !
Give us the Public Ear. This is
. . THE . .
A First Class House
First Class Goods
First Class Treatment.
Celebrated Jesse Moore and
A. A. Castle Whiskies.
Give Us a Call. We Will Treat
F. G. McCOY & Co.,
March 17, 18 19.
I have just received one of the largest
find finest lines of
that have ever been bronRht to this
city, comprising nearly one hundred
of the latest and most fashionable
creations. Also a tine line of
With all the Newest Trimmings, In
Appliqneg aud Laees. A fine line of
La Toeca Nets and thc Best Selected
Stock cf Ladie's Spring and Sum
mer Underwear in Arizona. Come
and inspect my new stock.
AnJ Belcher. Props.
Wert vl.- of PUza.
Everything New & First Class.
THE CHOICEST WINES,
LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
"Old Crow" Whiskey
Always on Tap.
Standard remcdj (m Glset,
IN 48 HOURS. Cures Kid- ImlLti I
nc and Bladder Troubles.
We Can be Found at Hotel Burke
Reliable : Assays!
HaM I So I Ooiu anaStWer I 74
Lead 50 I Golil , Silver, Copper 1.50
Sampler by mail raoaiTC promvt Attention
uoia ar.r. mivit ri-r.nea ana Dus;ii;.
OGDEN Assay Company
1129 10th Street. DKXVER. COLO
Dr. RALPH J. ROPER.
k'ooms 3 and 4. Telephone 35 1
E. E. BURLINGAME & Co
iAV ArifP AND CHEMICAL
ADDA I Vfi !WC LABORATORY j
ttttaMished In Colorado, :. Samples ny mail
or expresr receive prompt and eareful Attention
Concentration Tests 'wriu-VoVm1'
r.l 17: Uarrnir Street. UENVER. COL
A Safe Stimulant
A Good Medicine
I FEN S. HILDRETH. j
Digests what you eat.
i This preparation contains all of the
digestants and digests all kinds ot
: food. It gives instant relief and never
! fails to cure. It allows you to eat all
! the food you want. The most sensitive
stomachs can take it. Byitsusemany
! thousands of dyspeptics have been
cored after everything else failed. Ia
i unequalled for the stomach. Child
ren with weak stomachs thrive on it.
Cures all stomach troubles
Prepared only by E. O. In. W trr & Co., Chk-oao
Tbe II- bottle contains:: 14 times tbe jCc. sla
BRISLEY DRUG CO and W W. ROSS
W. W. Wood
Plaster and Cement Work.
Room 21 Bashford Bldg. THONE 55.
The Union Saloon
And Lodging House
MAGGIORA ft RE I M AN , Props-
THE BEST BEER,
THE FINEST WINES
LIQUORS, CIGARS Etc
WE ARE ALWAYS OPEN
Corner at Granite and Goodwin Sts.
A Skeleton in the Closet.
This is more truth than myth in man;
bathrooms, and s here the closed in plumb
ing flourishes. Why go on sheltering a form
of death and o' ka Ml w hen our piumbing is
the only healthful, safe, reliable kink?
d Carpenter Work. Stone Work, 5
f Brick Work. Wood Sawing,
$ Well Digging. Well Cleaning,
I Or Any Other Old Kind of Work i
a- DONE BV mm
I . . . . - 5
OFFICE AT O. K. STORE
If Not in Leave Orders.
T ' piMte No. 13,
,MACKiHE V LflK A SPECIALTY
Montezuma Stre t.
West Side of 1'luza.
Beer Always Best
Beer Always Fresh
Short Order Restaurant is
MORE LIVkS ARE SAVED
Dr, King's flew Discovery,
Consumption, Coughs and Colds
Xhan By All Cthst- Throat And
Lang Remedies Combined.
This wonderful medicin positively
cues Consumption, Coughs, Colds.
Bronchitis, Asthma, Pneumonia, Hay
FevurvPreurisy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness,
Sore Thro.it, Croup and Whooping
Couch. fJOCURE. HO PAY.
Price Wo. & SI. Trial Ecttle Free,
Six Victor Pianos POR SALE at
a great sacrifice.
$150 to $200 Cash
For Building or ou Improved City
Vojiertv. Low Uates- New Dayton
Plan. Interest Decreases as you pay.
State Mutual Building and Lorn Ass t'n.
Of Loa Anvelea, Criit.
IflffMEU I iiCKiNc Agents JYesvott
United Verde & Pacific Ry.
io lake eHv-cl IV.'. rj. 130..
s r i-.f i
x.i M .; Mx.i tt!i aa
Mm M.t.1 Mx.i
-Jf t'.V 7l"UI IiT-:t. i, 9 l.iw J ltli J t
M.'plOi'n Tak first Viw. ma 1 1 - 1J '-Tj
Vip ill 7 !!.. shoe siw "."i.Wt't;-:ll-'pi0Aa
7 Vm Hxlkin 7rm 'j J " .. ; 1 4tH.
.Iftlpr i."a s l.'s . .Summit 7 :'" i SOVptllli
1 i:pll iT K Z7a Davis 7 I1W 14 1" Hi
ll'ipUVa a a I. Jc'fn 1 Mia IT- Mtta
ilonmt'tlnna it -V-rome JnnctlnQ:
Ni I roiiueila wnli S F P A ' fr.-iaV
Rav :t nnnRti with S. F. P. P. No 2 ;.r a'
pateta ''at aul west via Afi Fork.
Mo. I uaaaui II with S. r. P. v P. Mo 1 i-.
al point xciHli.
Kajw,e...r arriving at Jerome Jnnr:: n on
Ki'i r No will icaefe Jerome awa ' v
I; from s F 1' '. 1" So. '- reach Jerome on o:ir N.
6; and from I K P A P No 1 will find good hotle
ar .Vrnme Jnncii.-n and "an reavh Jerome the
tallowing morning on our train No 2.
Pari. P. Hasti :,
General Pasaenger Agent
WE CAN INTER
EST YOU IN ALL
K .-member the
The 0. K. STORE
Staple and Fancy Groceries, A Tall Kt -la's Finishing Goods
Always on Hand. Al! Goods Fresh mi To-Date.
JOSEPH DOUGHERTY, Proprietor
In Getting the Harvest.
Bach should be able to reap that which is necessary for the daily
needs. Each should be able to gather enough to make the effort
worth the time. We do the best we can to assist you in gaining
plenty of value from the money you spend here. We watch the worth
of our crop of good things and make the transaction a pleasure.
The above cut sbo r , m:j .if Chase lc Sanborn's "Seal Brum!" Coffee
Now. every one k;im.- ifeM this is the best coffee on the market and its
market MM is as -i xi as gold. We sell "Seal Bpind" r.t a priee that
is more than reasonable and you get your money's v ..rih mauy times
over, such is the case with every article that we sell.
Our ire-ii l-ruitsand
to be haJ. Our wholesale ousiness in gro
ceries anJ mining supplies can't be beat.
A trial will show you where we lead.
It ttvon 9t chop ttvood
them al! rapidly, easily, coarse or fine, in uniform
pieces, without mashing, squeezing, tearing or
YOU V, 4T
Old Rdt.-.hiohed House
vegetables are the tinest
but Sargent's Gem Food Chopper will
chop raw meat, cooked meat, vege
tables of all kinds, fruit, crackers,
bread, eggs, cheese, nuts, figs and
other foods, and
for Job Work.