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iTHE LOCAL NEWS
of the 5
CITY 4ND COUNTY
From Wednesday' Daily
Go and register.
Lamlidat. f r the oimci I Bureon
is in town. So charge for this.
Ford S oa is the name of a new
nrui m 1 reaeott. 1 hey are e, erotic
and deal in - very article. Bead their
r , ,., .,,
Morrison and-Wilson will cross
avnaida t Holbrook tomorrow nifht.
Look out for the remains and
of the colonel !
Joe Roberts and C. W. Piatt, the
next sheriff and recorder, respective
ly, are iu from the east. They hoofed
it a long ways cu account of missing
the railroad connections. They are
Dave Sinclair of the democratic
forces is up from Yarnell. He would
not talk politics with us. He stated,
however, that mining was on the
move in that section and no candi
dates as ye; in sight.
Geo. H. Cook and Mrs. Co 1; are j
home again from an extended w-it
to the east. Both state that their
visit has liecu oue of exceptional ,
pleasure although they are pleased
to be back again.
The Groom Cieek( ?i correspondent
of the Courier should sign his name
to the document. If there ia to be a
candidate tinge I tl literary mi-.
representation, . I ivw a fair stale-
Mat of act m l conditions lefere
Mrs. Audreu IfeEay of Coagiesa,
a warm friend oj the Colemaa laaaily
at Fotds tiuleh. came up ou this
morning's tiaia to assist in the obse
quies of little Ailjert Coleman who
vesterdav w;.s burued to death. This
ladv is generously inclined aud COB
siderate in the hour of aeed.
George Ruffner yesterday trans
ferred to E. E. Gr euwoo i his livery
aaahae haVerestsin this city. It is "a
a lease proposition aud cov rs a pe
riod of ten years. Mr. Greenwood
purchases, however, all the hot es,
vehicles and other ;-rsoual nr. i riv
ot tne place, ilr. Kuffu-r
the real estate. Mr.
! aiding '
ood will I
maintain a first class house in all re
At Bellaire, Ohio. tii. ; i-sild
with iadtgaation over she ail d
actions of J. D Deaf, ab with, prinei-
l.Q 1 ,.f tUa a,.r,. ..i Tl . i 1 1
im,. aiii- ii.io oeeii
some differences between eighteen of j
the girls of the school, nine of them J
colored aud nine white. He ga- his
ultimatum, it is said, that the white
girls must all kis-. the colored -::
or take a licking. Frightened, they
all o I eyed. The m nts l the chil
dren wheh told abo'i! it v. ere iudig
naut aud the school board will ne
asked to hnestigal at once.
To learu the news
Dome. m Augusi -. . ai llgdeu in
Utah, 'Billy" Murphy was side
tracked while en route i t! Eiks'
carnival at Salt Lake. He made
flying switch, however, a. I got into
a matrimonial mUurirui wiii, Ui I
a matrimonial collision ivitn is
Daisy Stevens, and they were bote
united. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy are al
home today in Prescott, and while
the event is not generally know n. jt '
is indeed a pleasure for us to give it
publicity. They are excellent voting
people and atay'tbej always prosper.
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. C. Campbell, who for o t!u e
ciis us mru ine general au-Tuev
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otthes. l .. r. r. Railway eont- j
pany, has resigned the position to J
take effect October I. and will re-
move at once with nis l.iini: i ;, Los
Angeles where he will open an office
in the Ljs Augeles Trust company's
new 'will. ting. We are glad 10 learn 1
Am: n- , .,; '
that Mr. Campbell is to remain iden
tified in a way with Aria ua Hairs.
Among other things, he wdl repre
sent in southern ( tiforni the
Aaaeriean Finance and Securities
company of New York, a bi h is the
jMnraai agent ol th Uevelopment
vx)mpaiiv ol America. Ill latter
compan.as is well known here, is
inb eated in j ir.tsnb . s ib- Imry
ii rnriiif ii A iaina. sm h , -Xenibstoce
Con- Ii Slim- imui j
pan . , hauted. f whn '.' B .. . i
pn h at aud W. t'stam ton is . eu-
Theboodsol tbe Tombstom t m
paiiv are. bv the sai pronn . is
they deservedly shoultl. ye;-, populai
nth 'he investitig public n il ly in
tbe east, hut on the Pacifi' coast.
IBSe also note that the Dereloptuenl
Company i f America, ol ahid . . U.I
Marphy i- president, is iu tin market
for first class mining properties, it
has abaadant facilities for develop
ing such properties. It is one of the
strongest concerns in the country,
and tie personnel of the company is
such as to commend it to all.
We understand that i . J. N irton,
at pre-etit assistant soiicitoi ol tbe
Baate IV Pacific at Los togelea, will
aaeeeed Mr. Campbell and will
aomy ram ve to Preaeott and make
his home l.eie. Mr. Norton is a
both as a cil
is already ..
Ill ret il ;
of the S. V .
Ban -'tt. i
is no 4on
f the hight steading regarded by the panhaaer than that
a aad aaa lawyer, aad of Oreeahill's caady factory in the
knows !,; many of oar Tilton building, fie has now on dis
'av'ihe iest st-ick of candies in Ari
from the legal branch jaoan that ari manufactur"d excia
f. & I'. ,. jij leaving I sively bv him and Mrs. Greenhiil.
fellow townsman, there
ml what gem ml i egret
f and express d i:i profl -.
H aoctaj channels over
or. : Mr. Campbell. He
will be i
oupiished as a literary man
k ::: :e I as able in learu
tbe tew, and has thai personal
ist ic ' hat atake in ass.K.i
aatead ! not making friends,
d M . .m;)l; !l av Pres
at ion i
Mr. a i
cott with universal regret of all.
From Taarahav's Daily.
Miss ' ;! ret urn tonight
from a visit io California where she
went with he:
Mrs. .). S. ( alles and hei son
Arthur returned last evening fi m
their visit to C difornia.
M. C Merndon returned last even
ing from a sjjeeeh making lour in
Coconino and Mohave con itie for
Col. WHson. .
Mr. and II s. 1J:.i, x R. Ti lie left
last nL-hi . b their two :hildren for I
their home in l ie ix. Mrs. rrit!- .
has spe.,- .-.;!!. ;
CA-l.h" Wih ugh
Presc i ist nig' iu en route
aouiii. Hi - leaks a 11 : hi
of tbe S. f- . P. A I'
Pbi.nix wa- married recent li ' tpj-
Skoe. VT--' to a Mi - St.... ' -ton.
Los ang ; -announeniL-theie.
MiisTe- I i . ;im
it hN wife was dying
ili. i ..- -, at in toere
; ne i ich-
we of lid
ing it in ix
tio.i arm; ;
Septeml.. r27 to
-tival of I
The Inited States rivil wvii
V mi,iUrwan,10,,n"S that ""-nT
lier 18, 1902, an examination will lie
held in this cit v for the positions of
. ,1,,rk a,u1 c;,rrier iu p "ihrr
Auction sale ot furniture and
household gixls, Saturday. Septein -
h 27. at 314 South Alarcon street
frt...i.- u i--:.
j Xhpre - , furnitun. ., (hert
will 1)e barrains.
Deputy United States Marshall
, Wel,s Ci-me in Qn ,.,st evelli1 ,-s train
Kh.jrstaff with a colored man a
: " ,.ha , ,;im.
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I nertogwita the 1 uited States mail.
: Mis. Wells, who has ljeen iu Call-:
fornia for some time, met him at Ash
Fork and came to Prescott with him.
W. A. Haheii. the affable ageut of
the New York Life Insurance com
nay, has n turned trom Mohave
oounty on business matters of his
estates that our mater
county .s materially progressing , ,
mines aud mining. He left last i
ni-ht for the Salt river country on;
private matters. ,
Mrs. W. A. Claik aud her brother-
ir, -law. with tl i
latter's three chil-
dreu. left today for Los Augeles,
where Mrs. Coleman is undergoing
medical treatment. Mrs. Clark has
i.een in the Sisters hospital for s0me
days auil niaices the ioiunev to lie at
a.Hi uiaM s ,u jouimio t ai
the letlsiae o! tier sister, auil es
pecially so on account of the late
death of AllK-rt ( olemai. who per -
:s :el in the lire at rools irulch
The naval btm, Jesse T. Vines. W
T. Harrison, Ernest J. Jones. Robert !
rM.i.JI W f tt.il in ....I .1,.!,.. R
Bryant, left today for San Francisco.
Thev are assigned to the training
ship hide: eudeuce at Mare Island,
We understand that there will be
several young meu of Prescott who
will to Phenix to avail themselves
of Opaagrtnaity to enter that
branch of the service. The navy
seems to be popular.
Eusiirn and Mrs. Westacotl of
Ph . hi v will e .ndii.-t tl .or
aaectiagof the hardest festival at ihe
Salvation Armv hall Saturday and
Sunday evenings. SeptunSa-r 27 and
2S. Coffee ami cake will le Biased
after Mffitimr Saturday evening
for 16 cents. Monday evening then:
will an egg meertng conducted by
Uncle Silas bom Salt River rainy.
Admission to this meeting will le
obtained by th; presentaion of a
fresh egg. Tuesday. Septaavbor SO,
the last night ol the harvest festival,
there will lit Hiletioti s:d,. of the
exhibits. All are hearfih united to
Col. H. B. Maxson
deputy surveyor of Reno. Nevada,
arrived on last night's train for a
brief visit iu Prscott. Col. Maxson
was a former resident of Arizona and
ha- host of friends ail over the ter Captain C. A. Weeks, w ho su(er
tit i v. w ho alwavs accord him a ! intended the construction of our sew
hearty welcome on his periodical ; er system aud also of the Did Rio
visits. He is accompanied on this water system, is in town. He is now
visit bv his son. H. H. Maxsou. a I engaged in putting a water works in
native of the territory, having U-eu
born iu Arizona aud spent the early
part of his U.vhood in the territory,
a part of the lime in Prescott with
his uncle a. ai aunt. Mr. and Mrs. H.
M. Hartson. iOting Mr. Maxsou is
" njn"- "- kmiiut mi. -mhasou is
" ' a n; :tl cadet at Aimapolis and !
miu uaya lunougn,
' " h wilUxpire next Tuesday. He
w ill start tomort. .w for Annapolis to
wprt for duty on the expiration of
Lis leave- While he was appointed
lrolu Nevada. Arizona naturally takes
a pride in him as beuur a native sou.
M. H. Hazeltine and w ife and Dr.
Cnlev and daughter are euioving
mX hte down Granite ceek near
Point of Bocks.
L. Hei rick, a former business man
of Lo Angeles, is
town kin I
ou-r the bvaaacaa field here with
vi, w "f 'ocatIM? and engaging in
T, D . - 1 1 ,
The Halloween social given last
eat bv the ladi
Of the M. E.
church proved so sneeeasfalthai ihov
011 giving another one
:'!ie old Martin Mai. r lots on the
. raeaof Garter aad Gheaatte streets
wvie sold yesterdav to Albert Belter, I
i purchase nrtee King ?1.S5D. Mr. i
Heller proposes to move the old Odd
Fellows' hall on th ken.
A telegram was received in Pres- expects to reside iu th int: m. After ktu ;' " "' rvwnt aooal eon
cott today Irani Ftegstag announcing j Ootober IS Judge Caiupb. II will have ,deU"" "' him-nts were
that a masiag reimblican Bseeiiag j aa oSee ia the Los Aage es Trust ,'M'"-
aaa held there last eeaaiag. b was I building, comer of Homad and; That those resolutions which are
addressed by IL E. Morrison. The 1
telegram stated thai Flagstal Mir-
readend aneooditiooally to Hr. Mar-
rteoa. He will earn Coconino cooa-1
rj by a good big aiajutity.
The Johaaoa Buase is being re
nxfoted oa theiaaide and repainted
tm the OKiside. and when the work
now Ix-iug gfoaa i: is euanpteted it
will present a neat apK-arauce and
lie classed as one of the best lodging
houses in the city. Miss Johnson is
personally iu charge of the piupettv
and is certainly bringing the boaae
Lack to its old tten regard as a tle
afab place to stop at.
Among the hour- manufacturing
eater pi uses of Proseutt none are to lie
l-tter considered or more dutifully
Lane a mo, at 'us gooiis when pass
ing by and see n hat a nice stock he
Dr. Geo i' ai!. iii char r-
Hildreth's drug store daring the sib-
?. . . . . I
aace 01 us proprietor, receivea a
telegram bat night from Mr. Hil
dreta announcing the sale of the
store to L. E. Cerfaia. .'dr. Corbia
was in Presititt for several weeks
I in vest teat ing the business ami the
I business outlook of tbe town aad evr-
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e;iu was iHvoraiilV impressU .t
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cTirw i.f tlie !.uinAa
Main ynaiEJ men were I TBWim d
by the naval Itoard during the ses
sion ol thret' daya in Pleat ott, aad
many peculiar physical and mental
conditions of the applicants pre
varted. The eyesight teal i- hying
one and the distinguishing of colors
meat be exact. Ifaay vrho failed to
ass were perteet ill th-- r nhysieal
makeup, but eoukl not riisttngutf
blue from red. or vice versa, at a dJ
taneeol twenty mat, while on the
other hand those with exceltenl eye
sight had so'tie lit!!, discrepancy
somewhere oe ihe;r txxly or their
1 '- ' ' " : 1 ,Vi" eak. Any
one who eaa pass the rigid examin-
, m -.f the navv ej . U
iv "lie's from ttiuaomi."
t)ur former fellow-townsman, If. K
Shocmakei. :n i laielv io a
M- Iit- -liL.,.,
ed young lady of I 'alifoi nia. Having
been putt- the bother ol securinga
; divorce, Mr. Shoeinakci made sare
this time to take as Lis life-partner a
young lady ol educationaj and t hris
I ttea vrerth. aad an hi to be eoaqrmta
hvted on forming an alliance will.
pure ant! charming a lady. T i.-ii
home is to be in San Fraii'-isco. Mr.
Shoemaker friends here v. ill no
doubt cengrat nlate him on hi- -ne
eaaafrd start ou the
matriin mial voy
age. lie is an
n l bid us-
trious young man. aud is desert nig .
of siica.-s iu every .itenuJ of lite. !
From I ridav's Daily.
! C. C. Stukey of Walker was in
deo. H. Cook has ;i new adveitise-
meat in this issue.
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The "fc of, the M.
' KIVe a ii alio wo on social.
Mrs Fred Venator MM in from
jer0me today for a visit.
E. M. Sanford left yesterday for
Chicago on a business trip,
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Hal C . Leeds a prominent rite
of Albuquerque died recently.
James A. Miller of Wickeiibuig
was a welcome caller at this office h
Mrs Geo. Taylor passed ttoongh
Prescott last night en route from Los
Angeles to rneuix.
uv c u;i,i,.,i i
their ,ittle How.m, n.turne(1 last
eveui from thoir vjsit to Callfotnfc,
Dr. J. Bradford, president of the
MeCabe Extension Mining company.
reiurueu nisi eveuiu irom msii
Paul J( hus, superiutendeiit of the
; Braganza Mining BOtapaaj, has gone
to California to take a well sarned
: thirty days' vacation.
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A Sku 1 valley democmt Who was
. , . , , . . .
in town today, reports th.it doe nob-
on election day.
ens win iu;.Ke a clean sweep oi mai
Geo. S. Porter, jr.. has naaasada
. I consignment of his gas stoves which
i he proposes to introduce here Ixith
for cooking and heating purpose-.
Dr. Henrv Jameson oue of the sur
geons who assisted in the operation
ion President KooseveH'a leg. is a
cousin oi .Major ueaveii oi i rescjii.
A fire ill an outhoue on McCor
miek street at 2 o'clock thai aiter
uoon was the cause ol a ii:e alarm.
It was eztiagaaahed with bat little
-U'.ss Archer, a hist class milliner
' formerly with Mrs. B. B. Fiske's. of
Ghioanja, has taken charge of the
niillin. ry depat takaet of Mrs. K. EL
At a me'tiiig ycsleiday of the Li
dies Aid society of the M. E. church
Mrs. B. D. BiUtngharat was elected
presiiient aad Mrs. R. A. Xalbot
Married iu Prescott. September 2r,
11X12. Jessie Harper of Douglas
count v. Kausas, and Rosa Rav of
Rev. Leon Lewis
Mrs. H. A. Wiiiner of Olanwoud
Springs, Colorado, mother of Mrs. C.
C. Stukev of Walker, arrived iu 1'ies
cott last evening to speud the winter
with her daughter.
W A. Owen. United States exam
iner of surveys is in town today, hav
ing just returned from an official ex
amination of the surveys recent I v
mj u i R ; ,ilu v.-d.-
Mr. Heller, who purchase! the old
Martin Mater lot on the corner of
Gurley and Granite streets, will
erect a two story brickbuildiug .r0 by
75 feet on the comer and will put the
old Odd Fellows hall ou the rear of
Fosnaa father of thai
chalgeil niVNaw York
vouug man charged
with the murder of Mrs. Pulitzer, was
a contractor ou the Atlantic aud
p.w.tn,. r.;Lu..i ; isi- -.ttr .
tu.i.u.... m . .in. . -
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Tu - oapusi tnann
will hold an apron and uecktie social I
. tk. 1 Ta. I.....l, n I. i
rti 1 ue nous.- oi ji:r.. uonejiu xhiKii-i
ertv one week from this evening, i
Each ladv will bring a basket con-
taiuing a lunch ami a necktie which
Brill be sold to the g.nt fa meu for 25
eoate. The gentleman will then
share his iiinch with the ladv who
veaara an apron which correaaoada to
the uecktie. '
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Spring streets, the buaidhnr beinglcaiising tlw I ier editor sucn per
now under otHi'limtiua. ami he says
the latch stiing will always be found
oa tbe oateide to all Ariaoaana and
'thev are retjjested to make their
beadquarters then while visiting hi
Mr.-. W. A. Clark, who has been in
the Sisters hospital for some time but
who left yesterday for Los Angeit s.
express' d great gratitude for tin
splendid BWe she received
institution while there. Mr
arose from a sick lel to visit her sis- b matte w PreaooM as elsewhere,
ter. Mrs. Coleman, who is also sick iu he deserves the patronage of our
Los Angeles, and w hose littfe child I candy eating people,
was baracd in the tire at Fool's. T reply t o:i contemporary's in
Gulch. Mr. Coleman aeeompanied llilv .S ,',, olllv,. fn,iu whichthe
her and the children. j Journal-Miner received the republi-
P. Rjivmond Siegel is a new can platform, will state 'hat it came
arrival ia town from New Voikcitv with other minutes of tbe proceed
Bndcosnesto bbui bbI i i bteatelf with j tegs of the convention. Oar content
Mr. Millard in his architectural bus! iwraiy is all of a sudden taking a
aeaa, Mr. SiegeJ is a graduate off the litoep iatereaf in the republican plat
f Diversity of Peaaaytvaaia and ot j totm It does not seem to be as
the four year course of a leading col-! meaniugies as the Conner first as
lege of architecture in the east, la I varBBed.
several years' work in New York city I v,.d...-l:.v mmmm in the bM,e-
In has made a very excejitioual rec
oid iu the offices of the Icadteg ar
chitect of that city. Mr. George B.
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Pest. Mr. Post has for several veals ,
had no less than Sl.tJOO.tKlO worth of except the hem A prtea will U
hrntefaga in his offieaa at any one awarded foi the geatleaaaa heevaung
tune, and Mr. Siegel has been m hnly's apron the neatest, ateo for
charge of the planning and construe- tbe poorest Adantfaace ten oeate
t ion of his largest commissions. Mr. :m,i refie I BteMcftra (i.-xl time
Bulnuta n to be congratulated "p I
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'l..KI:lll.' Ill tile Veelllioil I ,1 I I.
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From .Saturday's Daily.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Yoge had a ahthv
i tilling 'party totlay forlheirgirl baby.
P. I.. Wright ha- purchased a
block of laud SOOxrtilO feet north oi
Sheldon stn-et ketvmea lieConatea
aad ( iiauite streets, embracing the
-team laundry buiUinir and other
hllildingl ia thai vicinity for the oc
cupancy of his new gas plant.
Congregational eharch, Hist Gter
1 v Btreet oppoaite High school. Sab
bath (Marine, II a. . sermon: even
ing service al T..'M has Ixvn resumed,
interbody cnrdtelly tevtend. Dm
pastorwill begte a eoaneof specially
prepared servnona on "llappiness''
vh ch will !e if ia .n- than ordinary
Ali BMsaben of PreacoM lodge A.
). V. W. ar. argcDfJr r nested to
be presi-ut at ( id (fell as' Hall at
o'cIik-u sharp thia evening. Bro.
H -nry C i tea. cMgHniaer for tnis jmis
;iietiou will In ttith e-. beaidaa baai
ean of iarportance will ontnebefore
the lodge, .los. S. Callea, Becordnr.
John Bid I com, Ifasler Workman
Wold lee. ;- I I
the M. -
ft mi Met nb : bal tia- ii ia t
Cabe uiiii.' h id iii'! gotten
control. The workings ol th
une nine are counocted with those
of the .Mei'idn
had ut in liuliv
s i that it was .
in no itaugcr from the lire. The uri-1
gin of the (ire baa not ! u learneil.
Loss of appetite means weak diges
tion. A dose of the Bitters liefore
meals will at n ll,gthon the stomach,
restore the appetite and cine Head
ache. Indigestion. Dyspepsia and
f Constipation, lie sure to try it. For
j side by all druggists.
"The Perfect oi k of patience' and
; The t oast raining Love of Christ
I H' M1 '! th'' f"'"JI1 at
the baptist church tomorrow morn-
ins; and evening,
: j. J. Norton, who has beeu assis-
(nt i,,.l.l.. r v ui..,rUv
in Los Angeles for the Santa Fe com-
I Pny WUi racate in I earotl shortly;
I to practice law. He ariil take the I
I pMltioB vacated by Judge W. C.I
I Campbell as attorney for the S. F., j
' I " raUroaa ami Will BiSO be tile
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isauieres n siuem aiioriie m i res
Our ennttaaptirary tries to make
capital for the democratic ticket by
working ua local prejudices by say
ing that "ii a republican board of su
pervisors should be elected, Prescott
would have two supervisors; George (
Schuemtau, the present incumbent
being a holdover." - If the democratic
ticket should lie elected nearly every
officer would be a resident of Pres- I
cott, "so there you are.'"
Tiie Phoenix (iazette tells a boat j Mr. T. I. Sanders aad family, of placed. What must 1-the opinion
the ai lest iu that city of M. J. Far- Thompson Valley was a grand sue- of the Courier n to the class of rea
rell. an ad vei tisiug agent. This is cess: the writer having had the pleas- j ders that take the time la Mad such
none other probably than the man ure of attending a gixxl many such stuff?
u ho droia d iido lVescott last spring I social gatherings iu the past twenty '
as l ucle Josh and who later inanipii- j years was surprise! to see such a
lated two or three advertising j crowd, it being the largest ever wit -aehemes.
He swindh-d yery Ixxly nessed by him in the valley; and. as
that he ooaM that he hail any bu.-i- reuiarke!" by a i'rescolt lady who was
aeaa with aad arbnn he had run to the I hi attendance. I never saw such a
end ol his rope lu re sought pastures
new. the Uazetlt says tie was sent
to jail for fifteen days. Three hun
dred and sixty-five days on a rock
pile is about what he deserves on-
general principles and I couple of
yearn More oootd be added for spe
cific cases of swindling;
From rtonday's Daily
Fred H. Potter, Jr., has returned
from hi- visit east.
The mercury this morning dropped
below fr. eing point,
A. BadevreU is in town en route
fro:n Sea Francisco to his home in
B. W. Fraderiehs has returned front I bankmi It's the greatest comfort
spending iiis racatioa at southern discovery of the age. Allen's Foot
California nointa. I Ease makes the tight or new shoes
Over sixty pe ,!. a -at to Fheuix
last night to see Buffalo Bill's Wild
West show which appears there to-
The comptroller of the currency
has authorize,! the First Xatioual
bank of Tombstone to begin business.
Its capital is S2&JU0Q.
J. R. Lowry has sold his interest
in the Prescott Transfer company to
W. A.t'iiiii and the latter has taken
charge of the business.
L'uder a law passed by the last
: legislature voters will be compelled
Tear to vote in the precinct iu
hid, they are r. gtetered.
Cautain I.. D. PhilUns returned
hi-i ni"ht from his Msit to Los An
i- ii iii l-
jeies. ue was laseu in ou nis ar-
Miss your breakfast, miss your lin-1
ner. miss your supper, out don t miss
Chasaao Tnimo" at
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th.t. I,era 1
,t.ilse Oil 1 llestiav. t let. i.
1 ne nrst 1
show ot the se.ison.
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H. Ii. Loli man '.vi u leave lor t'ne-
- . , . ,, . f
nix tonight to e iinilie the mute Ot 1
u i ii- .At i c
i ue i . iv i i .to i oil. i it ( i it eui i - il t e
miles out from Phenil with a view of !
bidding on the grading for it.
Mrs. . A. Talbot entertained a
number ol ladies at her home last
Frida afternoon very pleasantly.
tin batten in uiiuu, were regularly ia-
tio let .-.I . iiasse; lv the If
publican convention in the
way, is vouched lor by J. C l orest. 1
cbainnan of the convention.
U. A. Greenhiil
office ..in Saturday
wiin a oox 01;,;
choice candy, the iiist m
caady ever made ho Prescott. It was
nice and Iresh and of a superior I
t that I quality, nr. Jreeanill has demon
Clark strate.t thai iust as gooo caady cau
f the Catholic church the
i the Altar aoctety will give
aaaona aociaL il the ladk
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.,.,,(i,, ir. hrino , Bnmn ,l! ;i.!.,l
ring pong and various
Tbe Jerome Reporter has duite a
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teagthy defease of J. W. nW action
at the recent reimblican convention.
i repuijiicau convention.
( f courae i
unite natural that the
pa pern should m dm to
Rosa' relief and pipe their prates of
him. His actiuna were prompted by
deaaoenitii and wfaj shouhl tin v not
(lefeml bun. Rosa . - probably more
deservillK ol pity than censure, as
any man claiming to be a republican
I who coedd be induced to try lobe
tray hs party as Ros did, deofoa
! stmtcs mental neahaesa vhich is to
'. IM' pitied.
1 - ftfyi
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S WJ Saa
The many old-time friends of Hen
ry W. Murphy will learn with regret
of his death in West Prescott. last
evening. The decea -ed was a broth
er of F. M. and N. (). Murphy. He
came to the territory iu 1 B8i and fol
lowed the business of miuiiisr. oiierat-
ing in Jerome, Congress. Hillside,
Poland and other camps iu the terri-
tory. About six years ago he was
atriehea with a malady which resisted
the efforts of the beat obtainable pfcT-
sicians and resulted, as indicated, in
his death last evening. He was a
genial, wholesouled gentleman and
had a host of warm friends.
F. H. Richardson, who stvles him-
I. . . lien I urr vuiiiici p,i.-.-wr iuw wt,
self a socialist, but who is preaching hands of the present management,
anarchy on behalf of the democrat.c fa ha l)een niug "Sick
candidates of this county makes a . unii;terruptedly.aud doingevery
feeble wail m this morning s issue of : th- . XtiAv' could to create
the Courier about the Journal-M.n-, betw.a 'labor aud capital
er s cnticsm of his Jerome apeeeh. I , fh am, eln,(1()Ver.
He makes oue good tjomt against r
this paper too and that is that more
space was devoted to him than his
ranting deserved. He is mistaken
though in attributing the excess of
so ice to the writer of the article hav
ing looked upon the wine when it
was red. The fact of the matter is
was red. ine lact oi tne matter is
that the writer of that article never
in all his life had on su h a " ma ' as
Mr. Richardson is reported to have
oorlel to have
takeu aboard at Jerome. Mr. Kich -
ardson is a tirsl-chss mischief maker
and inarate as was shown bv hi- ae-
cepting transportation from the rail-
road company and then a busing he
men who give it to hl.n. IJo the vo
Iters of this county intend to be
guided by such an inconsistent in-
grate as "this iu deciding for whom
I they shall vote?
Skull Valley item
Skull allev. Sept. 27. llhtf
Editor Journal-Miner The fare -
well party given ast night at the
Skull valley school house in honor of
ciowd of hne young ladies. Prescott,
Williamson valtey, Kirtdand aad
Walnut Grove were well rcpresenU'd.
Among tne crowd the writer not. ceil
the following candidates, all of w hom
created quite a favorable itnpre -ion
with the ladies and voters: Joe Rob-
erts, for sheriff; Chas. Piatt, for re
corder; E. E. KirUaad, for treasurer,
and Una t ampbell for supervisor.
- Shake Into Yrur Shoes
Allen's Foot-E;ise. a powder. It
cures painful, smarting, nervous feet,
acil ingrowing nails, and instantly
takes the sting out of corns and
feel easy. It is a certain cure for
sweating, callous and hot. tired ach
ing feet. Try it today. Sold by all
druggists and shoe stores. Don't ac
cept an J sub-titute. By mail for 2ie.
iu stamps. Trial padHUre free. Ad
dress. Allen S. Olmsted. L
COL. RAFFER1Y DEAD
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Fem.l.ar Military Man of Arizona
Accidentally Killed. ,
The Tucson Citizen of late date 1
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kjurtt" Co ) Mu""
I? . fT.tt-t i- . .f t I... Vif.l. .... .Irr a 1. . ...
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oe.un ,u .uauna w.is receuiiy re-
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I'unm, nn ncn ituu m n.iiuin..
auU Wi,s s,atwne" :,t ton ljOWe" ,or
a long time. A cable message re-
ceived at the war department from
General Chaffee announces that Col
1 one! Raffer! v WR
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laianv najuieu oy
accidentally stepping off the wall of
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an elevated roadbed, falling fifteen
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feet, Septetnlier . He lingered
. , c .u . , i, , i
J'""! V SgT UK
lie tliiHl as the result ol Ins niuiiie
The above ollicer was probably as
vreU and aa favorably known a- anv
nun in tm tHninH in tnnu nit I
was also a fearless man and l his
good iiuigjiieiit manv white lives
In. iiau outbn aks . in
the souih in the early days. Captain
Uafifert J , as he was so well kaowa
while in Korthera Ariaoua, belonged
to the American school of Bokhara
tin t gave u Crook, Knutz, Lavrtoa.
t - 'h iffec. Crawford and others of
mine, ne ieav-s u wne io mourn era
lone, while residing iu Preaeott today
is his Orot her m-iaw. has. at.
Eiekels. who sadly luotiins his un-
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HuiQii iie.iiu iuuuk HI III III. till UIUCID.
Beware ot the Knife.
Xo profession has advanced more
rapidlof late than surgery, but it
should not lie used except where ab
solutely necessary. In cases of piles
j for example, it is seldom needed.
DeWltt Witch Hazel Salve cures
quickly aud permanently. Da
equalled for cuts, burns, bruises,
wounds, skin dteaaaca. Accept no
counterfeits. "f vas so troubled
with bleeding piles that 1 lost much
bteod and strength." s;IVs .J. C. Phil
lips. Paris. III. "De Witt's Witch
Hazel Salve cured me in a short
time." Soothes aud keate. W. W.
Ross, Brtetey Drug Co.
A Pleasant Afternoon Reception.
Mrs. (!eo. R. Parker gave adeUght
fill reeeptioii on Wednesday after
noon at her home in West Prescott
in honor of Mrs. Coles A. Bash ford,
and her charming daughter .'diss
BmUohL It was attended by a very
large number of ladifit. in fact the
rooms of the Parker residence were
crowded to such an extent that it
s, : mod every ladv in town was pres
ent. . "wro 7" l..u" ',"'r. '. i
was (Mini in tins citv. ami aller an
absence of several vears it afforded
their old friends aud acpiaintauc
pleasure to have an opportunity of
in. ting them again. The residence
was very beaatifully decorated fori
tiie occasion. The hostess wa- as-
sistetl b a nambt r ol ladies. Mes-
dames R. H. Uiirinister and Miss
Crilev meeting the guestsat the door,
Mis P. R. Ward. Mrs. Wheeler and
Mrs. II. E. Annitage also asaisting,
while Misses Hek il Ruruiistet. Helen
Adams and Mabel Xorris Bsaisted :.i
serving ! bfreahaaeatei
Mrs. P. R. Ward and Mrs. Pern
jl.lg.o.1 MVOtea those pre,,,,,! WHO
vocal solos, and the afternoon proved
a most enjoyable one.
ington favoti.il those present witn
Republican Oeu'a.e Msetins-s.
Arrangements have I
ft ; meet inga at vrhteh I
risou, tie republican
Delegate to Congreaa,
i -i periecteti
ubert K. Hoi
sandidate tor i
will speak, as !
VYiuslow, September 29tb
Wiiiiams, Beptemlan .'t!):ii
Kingman, : kciobi r 1st.
t atoride. i ). tober M.
Jen me, t tetotm i.
Con;. re- . t Ictobei ti.
t te'.ave. -t ili. i 7.
Walker. I !. '., j
Poland. Or! '
llayi r. Octo i''
M vCai a Uv.j :' i i .
The following appeared iu the
courier tuis morning:
"There are too many fellows who
I are fond of yelling, "Sick em!" and
then enjoying the fight, who would
not endanger their own carcasses if
the world was on lire aud they
could put it out with a bucketful
It should have followed aud said,
that ever since John Mariou's death,
...I lw. f .... JDwl intt ft,..
i The Courier this raoiuiug says that
the ratification meeting at the court
house was controlled by Murphy,
There is not a man iu the county but
: knows that to e a lie. Now, what
j right have the people and voters of
ngni nave me people auu tuicu ui ne believes, the hre originated 1
, this county to pay any attention to a ,. , A handliug matchw(
paper that will deliberately make!' 8
such a misstatement when every one throwing some of them ou the
. sucii a misstatement w hen every oaai
l knows that the author of the state-
inent knows that he is lying. Mr.
Murphy intends to give hi
IsappOtt, however, to Mr. Morrisou.as
we Delieve tnat a:l go:l tluzeus OI
the territory and county should. s
stated by Mr. Morrison in his speech
HI IliecOUIt IIOIse KJU .'I 'il l.n Ulili.
' practicdly every promise that is made
in the present democratic platlorin. .
was made to the voters oi mis county
two years ago and every single oue
of them brokea Still, "the Courier I
iusists that ii the voters of the terri- 1
1 tory w ill confide in them agate, that j rusbi ,,r wit tht. thrt.e children
thev have a right to expect that their J amJ W.re s,.v,.,,.v lrne1 , their
i confidence will not be again bbbb.1. . m, -
t i r eB.u l
insieau oi iiguii ug vipim
do all we can to encourage it to conie
to Arizona anil invest iu our mines;
let the fellow back east fight the
trusts aud the tariff lot us extend a
friendly hand. We want money to
open our niine. We can't expect the
; mouey to come if we sav aud do
things that are calculate;! to scare
;- Tl,,BO-. Uo-riin
mioa i iiui lie o mai i iflyc
The wedding of Miss Anna Thorue
of San Francisco, and D. J. Curry of
Chicago, was aak aaateBdal Si. Mary's
Cathedral, San Francisco. Sunday
evening. Septaaaber 7th. by the Rev.
Uanauran, in ine presence oi
numerovs relative- and friends. The
bride who was atti n-l in a handsome
wedding gow u ol white satin with
veil and orange Moesovaa, was at-
tendel bv her cousin Miss Mamie
Shean, who was also iu white. The;
groom was assisted by Victor Mac- j
bean. Accoinpauled hv the strains ot
ti i , it ' . n nidi v . i i in.i. i ... i i i - it. .
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the bride entered ou arm of Mr. T. L.
Svmes. a life long friend of the fam
ily by whom she was giveu into the
keeping of h.-r Iraafaaad. The bride
Roy, is an accoinpiislinl artist and musi
cian and a graduate of St. Ursuline's
; conveut, New York. After the cere-
mony a reception and dinner was
I held at the Lick House. The bride's
pres-uts were numerous aud costly.
,l,u th(. ,,,, (rom the ll(,nevmoou
Mr. and Mrs. Curry will reside in
Auburn. Cal. The bride is a daugh-
1?- ,Mr Mrs; ,? '-Thorue,
formerly residents of Prescott.
AN ARIZONA NAVY MAN
Machinist Wilson Formerly Resided in
Warrant Machinist .lames W'ilsou
of the United States navy arrived in
Phenix yesterday and is stopping at
tin- Holei Adams, so saVB the Repub
lican. He ciiines in advance of Lieu-
. , ....
,e,,:,"t Ja,n P :V,"",',"
Lieutenaul .Morton was on board
the cruiser Marbtaheed during the
Cuban campnigu, and is ; capable
i ollicer and popuhu -.t ilh those who
Ln. ii.ler kim Mr. Wilson haa
i een with him iu Texas on recruiting
I le i.s at home her
fm mer Aria wan, Ii ;
as be vrat
resi.le.1 in I o -t it. .'.iiere lie .'.as
employed as a machinist. VVbeu ue
amvea hern yesterda ( the Brsl maa
he hunted up vms E. M. Mont
smami v. fore van f the S. F.. P. .V P.
car shops In .e. tin- two having been
boaora frteada for many years. Mr. I
Wilson, though not an Annapotifl
graduate, has made rapid atlvauce
ment in the service, and says he en-
joys that sort of a life.
The LOS AiiyeleS Herald Will Treat
of them in a Special Edition.
i The .Journal-Miner was favored to
j day by a visit from W. .1. Rouse, as
i sistant general manager of the Los
! Angeles Hera hi. Mr. Rouse is mak
j iug a tour of the territory as a pre
liminary step towards incorporating a
general writeup of the resources of
; Arizona iu a special edition which
that paper projxises to issue early in
Mr. lions- is accompanied on his
' trip bj C. Morgan and A. Dezendorf.
1 two very able writers ou the regular
staff of the Herald, who are collect
ing data of Arizona's resources.
Arizona will not Ik- treated in the
ordinary manner I .niteups n-nally
employed in special editions, but the
article or series of articles will he de-
voted to a general w riteup of the re
sources of the le.ritory.
Mr. Rouse is a newspaper man of
great ex;erience and represented a
New York uaoer durinar the Culian
...... here he made the acoiiaiutauce
0f a u,i,er of Arizona's rough
tidara. He and his associates will
t-etimiu for a few thivs in Precott.
The Herald has always proven
itself a true friend of Arizona and it
fil no doubt receive theiinaucial en-
c iiM.-igemciit wiucii it iiicriis irom om i
Fortune Favors a Texan
Having distressing patefl iu bend.
Ixick and stomach, and lieing will
I, tjli,.. , , t ,)r
, Ki'X(.w Ljf(. rills." mrWm BJ. p
hHebead of Kennedah, Tex., ' am!
BOM felt liken BCW Matt." Infallible
iu stomach and liter tumbles. Only
2: cents at all chug stores.
1303 Ca:en(8f6 i90o
he mrin liant t ot Yavapai con
The Journal Miner am
- . me -aaiples of calendars I
uid nre adl katovi aooa.
1 hey are strictly up to dale at tie
-i.ra and quality, and iuici-sare tight.
We can furnish almost aaj style or
Hetehaata are Rjqurstnd to painmr
bee hoaa" iniluatry and wn'ive their
i o: ieis imti! mmptea am Hsnninrd at
; t'nis ollioe tf.
SAD DEATH BY FIRE
ALBERT COLEMAN, AGED FIVE YEARS,
IS BURNED TO DEATH AT
Narrow Escape of Thre? Other Chil
dren, and Heavy Loss in
W. A. Clark, superintendent of the
Planet-Saturn Mining company at
Fools' gulch, near the Congress ar
rived in Prescott today, bringing the
remains of little Albert Colentna,
aged five ye ir . who perished vester
day afternoon at 3 o'clock in a tire at
Mr. Clark gives the following par
j ticulars of the disaster. From what
he believes, the tire originated from ,
while lighted. At the tune ot the
i hre Albert was in the Uith room of
.... , .... ; ...
! same closed, was virtually burned to
: a cnsp lH.fore rcsctleil
. , .IKiw ; :,dininiii
; QUe m,,, , .llillate
Mr. Clark states that his attention
was called to the tire by ;i general
alarm of workman aud when he
rushed to the scene smoke was com-1
ing out of every shadow iu the build
ing, -ladles iu tlie lioiise wen
Had it not l)een lor them they, too
lieeli sacrificed to the
Mrs. Coleman, the mother of the
dead child, is in Los Augeies aud
I 1 1
said to be in a precarious couditiou
undergoing mefbcal treatment. Mr.
Clark further slates that it would
have been imiossibie under ihe air
cumsla ..ces to save Albert, the victim,
anil he expresses hiiuselt nobly in
favor of the noble women who did
save the other three children.
Mrs. Clark, a sister of Mrs. Cole
man, the unfortunate woman, is in
Prescott today, and sad as it may
seem, she, toe. is under medh-al care
at the Sisters' hospital. Afflictions
never couie singly, hey saiu iu
this instance it is verified aud we sin
cerely sympathize with these excel
lent people in the loss ihey susiaiu.
Little Albeit was laid away today
( iu Present t in his final resting place,
. Tuc propertv loss, bv this fire Brill
aggregate over SaJBOO and much in
UD,TI ,in,r, tl) the company,
iake Care ot the
Tne IUilI1 r W0lnan
partect and whose stomach
....i.triiiir m-prv Iniii'ti.iii is
sick. Kodol cleanses, purifies and 1
sweetens the stomach and cures1
positively and permanently all stom
ach troubles, indigestion aud dys
pepsia, ft is the wonderffal recon
structive tonic that is making so
manv sick people well ami weak
neonae Stromr bv enaveviac to their
bodies all of the nourishment iu the
food thev eat. BeV. I. H. Holhday
of HaMaoViy, Sffis .. writes: "Kodol
has cured me. I consider it tin ie-t
remedy I ever used for dyspepsia and
stomach troubles. I was given up
by physicians. Kodol saved my life.
Take it after meals. W. W. Bpaa,
Brislev Drug Co.
We pniinptly obtain V. 8. auil urt-in
Sond model, sket. h or pl.oto of ii:ventii n for j
n-" tri 1111 qi til ill ! I i . I. I nte
HontDSec-jruXDinC UIDIr'9 write
lutcn-.saud I nAUL-mAnrtO to
liHAMTi: STREET. PPCSCOTT. AKIZ.
make a Specialty of Quarter Cracks,
Corns and Diseased Feet
of All Kinds,
Interfering l-orgim? and stumbling
Digests what you eat.
This rrenaratitt:' ton tains ot tbe
diffestants and digests a. I k iris of
food. It (rives instdrit relief and nevw
fails to cuff. Il nllotvs von to ad
the food y u want. Tb-'no-i sensitive
stomachs can take it Hy Its n-i aian)
thousands of dysnepttes -r re been
tured after (-v?n thing i toe faii Is
raaoaalled 'r the stomach. m.-i-
ren with uk stomachs tlirr.
COI6S 2'i StOSSI-CPj t.tOt:SllBW
by E.C. I!Witt.Co.. t MeaBJi
conuiics'i aaaaathBstei sia
BRISLEV f; :UG CO and W W. ROSS
FRANK SCOPEL, Proprietor
Fine Rooms Everything
oftte. of th. Baavd .it BuBevvlBBBBt Taaanat
Hl BEOM, Ari... Ju:n- 1th. ItKI.'.
A re-rt'ui-t ration i.f the voters of TaRHBVai
eiiinity. ariVMBB, is h'-o liy urtleretl 'n he
'! . e aaanrj rtv.irdt r ami MmajBatil I
i'.. Bvaee a atone aBBBaariaei ha the suit
in. s to take the n aaavaBl Bvauf.
UbbbI luaaaier c amOetoaci H. I'KC.
By enl.-r ..f tbe Boaai f RaaaanrtBava, ta.
vaaa maaaBj . trie.
I. p. ajaiaaaaat, Clark.
Plan aabliriiliuBu JaanMh, 'A?J.
Journal iner for Job Work
An Important Factor iu the Hap
piness or His 'raiiikhildreu.
There are families where Grandpa's
visit is lookcl forward to with delight
and seascaaacY, 1 imasha'a saaaaaji
niepns tun ant frohc and enchanting
stories. But t'aere are other families
where grandpa's visit is the burden of
the year. The children dread it because
they know it will put a stop to their
romping. The parents dread it liecause
it BV disorganize t'ne household, every
neuiber of which must keep step wttb
the stow snuffling tread of age. ;ind sutv
ordinate Unties and pleasures to the
capricious whims of second childhood.
is Tne difference in these two old men is
simpiv a ditference ot health. The one
old man is hale and hearty, enjoys his
iood, sleeps so indlv, and keeps his grip
on public affairs. The other old man is
weak and feeble, his appetite and diges
tion are oor, his sleep is unsound, he
has no interest in life or affairs save as
his personal comfort may be affected.
Healthy old age. whether in man or
woman, is largely a question of sound
stomach and pure, rich blood. To pre
serve this condition nature generally
needs some assistance, in order to get
riil of the accumulations of waste, effete
and poisonous substances which tend
to clog the body and impede the circu
I nava. It is also needful to keep the
stomach and digestive and nutritive
tracts in a healthy condition, in order Vo
properly nourish the body.
HEALTH IN OLD AGE
can, therefore, best be enjoyed by the
use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
coverv. This medicine cures diseases of
the stomach and other oivans of diges
tion and nutrition. It enables the per
fect digestion and assimilation of the
food upon which physical strength de
pends. It cleanses the blood of clog-
w and poisonous matter, and bv in
creasing the activity of the blood-making
glands, increases the supply of pure,
rich blood, which is the final form of
nutrition and the life of the whole phys
"I suffered for six years with constipa
tion and indigestion,' during which time
I employed several physicians, but they
cjuhi not reach my case." writes Mr. G.
S hsslndl of Eureka Springs, Carroll
Co.. Ark. I felt that there was no help
or me; could not retain food on mv
U1ach; had vertigo and would fall
SOLE AGENTS FOR
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.'S
Gasoline and .Steam Hoists, Air Compressors, Portable
and Stationery Boilers. Etc.
More of the Fairbanks. Morse Js Co. s hoists have lieen sold in thi
section during the past js-ar than all other makes combined- They excel :n
PqWER. RELIABILITY and LCONOMY and are especially valuable
where wood ami wafer is scarce.
ff"Full pn ticulars and estimates furnished uoou application loj
ARE YOU SAVING MONEY? j
If not TRY OUR PLAN.
Loan Vou tne
You Have the 5afe.
We Keep the Key
Peucil.s. Tablets, and everything necessary to tit
Otii Little Folks for School at Right Prices for Cash.
Stationery, Furnishing Goods
Hats, Caps, Shoes, Etc., Etc.
KELLY i STEPHENS
COOVER'S Liver Pills
XYrYJSJnPf? PI TT mmm
v yjVLJUMKM lL ajea
XT0 NT) PT TT because -ill t.ursiug mothers will hud these
t LJilvl UL pills have no equal, neither griping mother
XTiONITiPRPT TT PBa thai are the oulv pills that are a
W KJj. 'i t-'J-ttVl i ilitaatill ll tonic and btead purifier.J
Tor Sale by Brislev Drug Co., Prescott, Ariz.
't. Kri ...ms C-lv. Albuquerque, N.M
helpless to the floor. Two years go I
commenced taking Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery and little 'Pellets,'
and improved from the start. After tak
ing twelve bottles of the ' Discovery ' I
was able to do light work, and have been
improving ever since. I am now in
good health for oue of my age 6o years
I owe it all to Dr. Pierce's medicines.
STRENGTH AND THE STOMACH,
No man can be strong when the stom
ach is "weak." The body, aud every
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