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IE CITY AND COUNTY.
Items From Oar Own Towd and
Frota Wcdneiday's Dully.
ntv-five car loads of cattle
i shipped to-day from Gleudalo.
ie fees of the county recorder's
for Mav amounted to S374.2o.
E. Hazeltine has moved the
Uvan stock of goods into the old
- deed has been filed for record
G. W. Hull to Mrs. S. A.
ghes for lot 3, block 4, Jerome.
Dhn McMahan. aged about 45
died at the countv hospital
arday of cancer of the stomach.
P. Brownlee has purchased the
grocery store on Gurley street.
roArolee ana family have moved
the Squ res residenco in East
Blumberg is moving his stock of
roods into tho Richards-Hawk-
' , . 1 t I
;Sulli.-an & Co.
, Adams, of the Jerome News,
Italks populism iu his paper.
Ite the fact that he represented
cracy in the convention.
Iden Rule Chapter No. 1, order
Eastern Star, will hold a
i . mi
far stated meeting xoursaay
i4th at S o'clock. Bv order of
FT. M. S. . Blake, Sec'v.
tP. Fredericks, post office in-
tor, is in town on business con-
with a new post omce. Mr.
cricks located tho Phenix post-
and he will invite now bids
Ebe location of the Prescott
leph T. Hoadley, of New York,
herof Banker Geo. W. Hoadlev,
fbenii, is reported to have in-
a new motor for str- rars.
ited t v compressed air. bv
, enouga air can be s 1 to
car twenty miles.
II. Van Nostrand, wi. tvas
intendeut of the Arnold uiin
le Cedar Valley Mini g com-
tiiitil a few months ago. died
Diego the other day. He had
ill sinni !faviri Mnhnvp
B39By. Albuquerque Citizen, Mr
ostrand formerly resided in
It and was well known here.
Journal-Miner was misin-
veterdav in rejrard to the
MMMntmeut of the receiver for the
iw& Jessie mine. T. G. Barlow-
ks was appointed receiver
U. T. J ones was aDDointed
KfifckeeDer for the urorjortv. Work
)HBbe resumed there again to-
Journal-Minf.e is in receipt
Mflrv beautifullv gotten up tu
rn to attend the second annual
lencement of St. Josephs
amy, to bo held in Patton's
fc'house, June 11. at 3 p. m.
rraiuatmg class consists of
ilva Haskell and Miss Cora
rakivami. an experienced Jap-
Hbaraboo worker, has opened a
land nop in Omce I. on, on
i street, uext door to Dr. E. W.
sr's. This is a new industrv
rotLaud in addition tokeep-
SkeneraFstock of bamboo work.
11 make to order any article
See his advertisement in
W. C. Platlenberg has cone
i spend the summer.
)lm McLeish came up from
lburg yesterday on business
es ora ana Jdary r ord and
ses Culver left for Chaparral
McNevin, a young lady from
la, is in f rescott having the
s ot her brother, the late
McNevin, disinterred and
ip them back to Chicago to-
Mulvehill, brother of tho
D. Mulvehill, of Jerome, who
n in this section lor two or
avs looking after tho interests
deceased relative, loft for San
MMH5CO this afternoon.
J. R. Murphy, one of the
mining men of Yavapai
was among the arrivals on
rmng tram. Mr. Murphy
emx twenty one vears ago
was hardly a village, and
t it has grown to bo tho me-
of Arizona, he again visits
much pleased. Gazette.
. Thursday Dally.
Star Chapter meets to-
the call for a mass meeting
ttprinklers were in active use
MITT TVFH .:itf.r tmm ro.il nor.
fSjMiuaess? Wbtn every nerve seeaod
0Minlrer w.th a pcoaliar, creepy
pScfartlb, one place, and then another
llTiWenod nulty lo concentrate In a
t jtluuio iu itc uiuiq, aau juu un
liable, fretful and lavish; to bo
by an Impotent. caketicl rondl-
nerra centers, rinjiu iu the
lilet picas, miserable ah;hu?
Mrs. Eujene Searles,
1M Slroonton St, Elk
hart, I ml, ays; "Ner
vous trosbles had made
me nearly Insane and
physicians were enable
Hoost (rone acd every llttlo thing
pfeltjfeanKl I was ooootii.ns a maniac I
feagtecd all sorts of oil thinjs and ironld
rlljgwr nothinp I commenced taklnc Dr.
PcstoraUre Nervine and four bottles
if1bm2 i inderf nl remedy completely cured
MtmAl ara as well now as 1 ever was."
9Jtie' Nervine Is sold on guaranUie,
fghgUti will beaafit or money refunded.
I ii mm
Too wL". Cad one coupon Inside eaca Z ocnce
Bay abas, read the coupon od m to toct
A A LUtle Man Up a Tree ht
rc.i:cf ,.,rK r.-nJcri,
W. J. Mulvenon shipped fifteen
tons of ice to Jerome to-day, to cool
off that camp.
Enthusiasm over the result of tho
last school election seems to be rap
idly cooling off.
Quite a number of Pheuix pooplo
are contemplating spending the
summer in Prescott. Herald.
Mulford Winsor has bought a
half interest in Tho Yuma Sun and
formed a partnership with B. L.
Target practice commenced yes
terday at Whipple Barracks. The
troops are now shooting at a 200-
M. Gold water & Bros, have an-
issuo. It is a plain business talk I
and worth reading.
All persons holding school vouch
ers are requested to file the same
with the superiuteudent of schools
on or before tho 30th day of June.
The many friends of J. H. Burton
will be pleased to learn of his secur
ing a place as engineer on tho S. F.,
P. & P. Mr. Burton is one of tho
best men and euginemen of the
west and the compauy socuriug his
services is to bo congratulated.
Williams 2s ews.
Al Parshall left last Saturday for
Jerome, to take charge of ouoof the
engines for the mining company
there. AI is said to be one of the
best eaguieers in this section of the
country, a d i an ill-arouud good
fellow." The Mail wisht-s him suc
cess. Wiiiilow Mail.
The new time card on the Atlantic
& Pacific i::ai. YV iliams also a
Pullman uivsmuu. Under the new
arrangement three Pullman con
ductors are assigned to their "lav
over at this place. llliainsews.
A man who makes his boast that
he never reads a newspaper and
never spends a dollar iu patronizing
a newspaper, is certainly not pos
sessed of that public spirit which
qualifies him to fill a public office,
unless it bo that of dog catcher.
The following are the delegates
elected from Maricopa county to
tho territorial democratic conven
tion: J. A. Vinson, J. M. Burrows,
H. Rogers. C. II. Hakes, W. D. Mor
ton, J. C. Goodwin, Al. Miller, N.
Sharp. F. Baxter, F. P. H. Daven
port, Robert Baxter, C. A. Luke, L.
H. Chalmers, G. P. Bullard, R. T.
Don, T. Fridell, W. C. Budge, Ben
Crawford, Henry Willis, Jos. Camp
bell, J. L. B. Alexander.
The Mountain City Cycling Club
is the name adopted by the wheel
meu for their club. Its officers are
as follows: Ralph Dillon, president;
Clarence Spaulding, secretary; Ed.
Kiel, capt: in. Messrs. Ed. Kastner,
B. Tilton aud Jules Baumaun were
appointed a committee on member
ship. Mrs. J. F. Mahouey presented her
husband with a fine, healthy daugh
ter last Monday, and it was difficult
to tell which was tho prouder, tho
little brother or the father. Both
wero about two inches taller and
walked tho streets as if "they wero
mouarchs of all they surveyed."
C. R. Martindell, Prescott's pioneer
insurance agent, has an attractive
advertisement in this issue. Mr.
Martindell represents some of the
very best insurance comuanies in
existence, and does not take the
agency of any company, which is
not bnancially sound, but repre
sents only such companies whose
insurance do insure. Read his an
nouncement in this issue.
Tho Pheuix Herald reports that
the deal fur tho removal of Col. M.
H. McCord, aud the appointment
of T. J. Wolfley as a momber of tho
beard of control, includes the trans
fer of the Republican to fiiends of
Governor Franklin to bo run as a
democratic administration organ.
It will be a difficult task to run it as
a stronger administration organ
than it has been for some time.
Tho "whale cure for rheumatism"
is tho novelty offered by a hotel in
the Australian town of Eden. When
a whale is towed into the bay, each
patient is permitted to lio two hours
in a cavity cut iu the body, a huge
poultice of decomposing blubber
closing about him. A caso of rheu
matism which would not quit in
disgust after such treatmeut, might
as well be given up as incurable.
A man, with a very woak voice
and a very consumptive look, armed
with a city license and a small i
satchel containing a few pieces of (
candy and several pieces of pink
paper commenced angling for suck
ers on Montezuma street this after
noon. The mau had not angled
very long until Under Sheriff Dillon
eatno along and demanded a gamb
ling license, and on his failure to
pungle, was told that ho would have
to close his grip sack and quit busi
ness. lie did not catch a
Dr. Sewall has vacated his office
over the Prescott National bauk.
W. C. Norton came up from Phe
uix on the early morning train.
William Dean, foreman of tho
Henrietta mine, is paying Prescott
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McCrum loft
on this afternoon's train for San
tu uu lira coupons Inside each 4 ounce I
rourhof $SO,uOO la pretenu.
Dr. Jessop, tho woll known Phe
nix dentist, arrived on this after
J. W. and A. P. Smith returned
this morning from taking a Urge
cattlo shipment east.
Walter Reese has retum-vi ?o
Prescott acain to live. Texas climato
did not agree with him.
John O'Connell, the woll known
and generous mtningman, came iu
to-day from tho eastern part of the
1. N. Taylor, of Pheuix, one of
the owners of tho Monnon Girl mine,
is iu town and will remain for a
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hine, of Pho-
nix, stopped off in Prescott for a
day on their return trip from Flag
staff, leaving for home this morning.
Mrs. Bachelor and her daughter i
left on this afternoon's train forSau f
Bernardino, California, having been i
-alifornia, having been j
there bv the sudden 2
formor's husband. I
. , ,
death nf tli
G. C. Wallace, a bauker of Buena I,
'i urn J"V1 r nhn It a Iioam !
iiiU vuivt uuu i iiu uv mwwu
speudiug the winter iu California,
with his wife and
daughter, arrived .
s tram for a brief
on this morninc
visit to their old friends and neigh-
bors, Mr. and Mrs. ,d. U.lock. J
uy local applications, as tnoy raonot reacn tae
dur&Msl portion of the ear. Thero U only ou f
way to euro ileatnexs, and that U lj- coattita-
tiunal rensMlint lXafncs in ftuwl by an in- .
ti&mett condition of the mucou lioim; uf thn
t.urtachian Tat. ben thu tube if?t InOxmed
joa have a rumbliiur round or imperfect hearine
and when it U entirely cloeed Ueainese i the re
sult, and unless the iniUmation can bo taken oat
and Una tube reetorru to it normal condition,
nearins will be destroyed tore ren nine caees out
of ten are caud by catarrh, which U nothing
but an inflamed condition ot tho mucou aur
faeea. We will civo One Hundreil DolUn for aay eaae
ot deafnea vcaueil by catarrh) that cannot be
cured by Uall' Catarrh Cure. Send for cir
F.J CHENEY 3l CO., Toledo. O.
Sold brDru)fii, 75c.
Hall' Family Pill are the beet.
From Friday's Dally.
Attend tho mass mooting to-night-The
Fourth of July colobration.
seems to hang fire.
Tho populist convention will meet
in Prescott to-morrow.
J. J. Fisher has filed his oath and .
bond as a notary public.
John Hartin is clearing away the
debris of the recent fire, preparatory
A shipment of thirty car loads of
cattlo will bo made from Del Rio
between now aud Juno 7.
Dr. Jesp has opened his dental. B
office in Major aughn's old office,.
opposite the Corner drug store. i
Eleven car !nd of ottl from
Phenix and twenty-five from Kirk- 3
land were shipped over tho S. F., P- S
X if. railroad to-day.
Mary B. Cullumber has deeded to- i!
J. W. McNary several hundred aces i
nf Innrl in Wnltmt. O-rnr thu nrip. f
W. McNarr several hundred acres i!
being 5100. Y.
The Woodmen's lodgo received
thirtv new applications for membor-
ship at its last meeting night. This t
order is very popular, and good as
H. Arnold's houso, with all its
contents, on Big Bug, was destroyed a
ov tire recently, jar. Arnold ourneu
his hands pretty badly while saving j
Good teachers should be retained
as long as possible without change.
Poor teachers should bo fired as
soon as possible and good ones
secured. Governor Franklin hai pardoned
the Indian, Kit Carson, sentenced
from Pima countv in 1892 to the-
territorial prison for ton yeors for .1
assault with a deadly weapon- uov- i
ernors may enme," and gorernora ;i
may go, but the pardoning nxaehino-
-Mint in run fnroror. !
Master Mechanic Jackson i nd his l
forco of mechanics in the S.l'., P.
P. shops havo just turned out en
gine No. -1 with a uew di. imond
smoko staok. These now stat tk ar
folind to throw out less fireth an tho
straight stacks, aud tho ongic tes arc
better steamers with their use..
uTho Great West is the nam e of a
new illustrated monthly ma- -aziuo
to be established soon at D eaver.
As its name indicates it will be de
voted to tho interests of that great
section of the United States lying
west of the Rocky mountains. Sub
scription only 51.00 per year.
Frank Woodson, whoso 'bad"
couduct recently at Congress 1 anded
him in the county jail in Pit ecott,
has two charges to answer to 1 efore
the district court, and it is sail 1 that
before the graud jury gets th: rough
with him thev will find anothe r bill.
T-T- T i
no is very oocue, however, in t c
Hugo Bichards went to Kir iland
on this morning's train.
Mrs. C. P. Hicks returned t o-daj
from a visit to California.
Mrs. F. G. Brecht went out to
Skull valley to-day for a brief visit.
John Jackson left for Chaparral to- r
Frank Davidson, a railroad ma
chinist, from Urbana, Illinois, is ex
pected hero any day now to tako
the position of foreman in tho S. F.,
P. & P. shops. Ho will be accom
panied by his family.
Pete Strahan, tho genial Vordeite,
is in town to-day. He gives tho
usual drr report of that soction.and
says that cattle are dying off by
tho hundreds, owing to a lack of j
feed on tho ranges. j
Krata Saturday' Dally.
The territorial democratic con
vention meets in Pheuix next Mon
day. Regular monthly meeting of tho
Hook and Ladder company this
Capt. Chas. Anderson drove a
wagon load of populists into Pres
A pertinent California paper says
that tho abseuco of Buzzard'ti Bay
in tho rivor aud harbor bill is tho
roason why G rover vetoed that im
Because ono is woak physically is
no reasod why others should be
Enthusiasm over tho rosult of the
recent school election dropped sev
eral degrees more last night.
Dr. Joss up failed to secure his
office in office row and has taken
room 16, Hotel Burke for his office.
A friend of the public schools
submits tho following portiuent
query: Why do tho school trustees
bring the question of certificate
against Miss Bakor when other
grammar grade teachers held only
SECOND GRADE CEHTIF10ATES at the
timo of their re-election 7
Tho Toughs will hold their regu
lar monthly meeting this evening
at 9 o'clock, for the discussion of
business affairs and the partaking of
Tho grand jury returned three
indictments to-dav as follows: W.
H. Willisoratt, felony; John B. Var
loy, assault with intent to commit
murder; Frank L. Spence. assault
-with intent to commit murder.
Attorney-General Wilson returned j
yesterday from 1'roscott and is now
to be found in his neat little office
at tho capitol between tho library
aud tho executive chambers. Pht
Inratlon by Japan.
The San Francisco Journal
Commerce says editorially:
il "KS as luo Japanese wre
Sng to got a strong hold in this
country, to raako tho United States
the chief outlet for their products.
" looks as if tho Japanese were
Tho tea that we used to get from
Japau was excellont;but Americans
ill A trt ii w r r r ta trr t rw w
moaGJ and American shipiors i u
t i .u . t...
d . taka . wo.h,
ith gVpSum of stone-powdor, color
at1"! WusMau Blue to "beautify
at'7 which makes poor tea
poor tea even
In this way immense profits hare
"been made at the oxpen:o of the
Japanese producer, whose iuturest
it is to have tho best tea consumed,
because people will liko it, and ao
want more. Good tea increases tho
consumption of tea, while poor tea,
weighted and colored, tends to de
crease the consumption.
Tho American shippers stand be
tween the interests of American con-
i sumers aud tho Japanese grower?. I
; The Japanese government seecxs to j
bo quilo aware of this, and, at :ui 1
World's Fair, spent thousauds of :
a . a . 1
dollars showing America thai vi
woro not (and aro not) using reul
Japan toa at all.
Ve shall watch the procttxiings
with interest; for it will bo a good
thing for the country to use good
tea, and a great thing for Sau Fran
cisco, which, bocauso of clLuato,
harbor, aud trade facilities, ir tho
natural tea-port of the United
W. J. Martin left for Chaparral
to-day to take charge of tho Little
f Jessie mine.
to her homo in thi's city from t,
visit to Southern Arizona,
A' A- Mooro c?mo UP from al."
uui uruTo jesieruay to mKO a iuuk
at the populist convention.
Judge R. E. Sloan, who has been
confaned to his room by sickneis tor
is ablo to be around
.M. . Hales, ono 01 tho pioneer
It a. .
oaakors oi Arizona, has sold out his
interests in Phonix and has loJt the
Walter J. Wright came inlrom
the mountains yesterday. He is
preparing to start up tho old Tiger
Mrs. J. P. Lantz loft this after-
noon for Alamosa, Colorado, to joiu
her husband, who has located
manently at that place.
H, W. Nash, a prominent resident
of Gila county, is visiting Prescott,
and is here in tho interest of popu
lism. Ho is a nephew of tho re
nowned L. P. Nash.
Wm. Mitchell, the Jower Agua
Fria stock man, brought his sister
jxra. Scott, into Prescott yesterday
for medical treatment.
Sho is at
tho Sisters' hospital.
From Jlonday' Dally.
M. A. Turnbull has boon
pointed deputy coustablo by
Tho Ma.ons expect a visit this
week from their Grand Master, A. L.
Dr. Abbott; has been appointed
count"- physician vice ''tho late" Dr.
Reynolds, who skipped tho country.
Witor is being pumpod from tho
uew citv well into tho regular sup
ply well now and thence into the
:H. M. Hartson is prepared to fill
orders for ico cream for parties,
ni.r-nicj-or orivato families. See his
nc ttico m this issue
I: .l it:.
The Yavapai delegation to the
convention left for Phc-
a ix on saturuay nigui
cl laperoned by
Rogers of the
Honors World's .Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
flran fj-eam of Tsrtar Powder. Free
imonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
0 YEARS THE STAHDAJtD.
The board of school trustees will
hold a meeting to-morrow evening
to consider the resolution adopted
at the mass meeting on Friday
The Hook and Laddor company
and the Tough's hoso compauy
joined in a social session on Satur
day night, at tho latter's headquar
ters, at which refreshments wero
served and a good time generally
were had by all in attendance.
Isaac Helm, of Prescott, won a
ladies' bicycle iu tho Examiner's gift
scheme. Any lady having a good
towing machine which she wishes to
trade for a wheel, can find a cus
tomer with Mr. Helm.
Mrs. Cora Bishop, of the Four
Milo House, was examined before
Justice Brisley, this morning, on a
chargo of graud larceny, but was
discharged. Tho prosecuting wit
noss was S. L. Rodwino.
Tho mau named Ross, whoso cor
rect name is O. V. Smith, who has
beon in jail for some time, accused
of au attempt to hold up Dr. Fen
ton, pleaded guilty this morning.
Ho has twico made his oscapa, ouco
from tho county hospital and once
from tho jail, being recaptured both
The Prescott gun club made tho
following score yesterday: Hill, 18;
Jackson, 17; Fraiitz, 10; Ferguson,
1G; Baruhart, 14; Hastings, 13; Bran
don, 13; Ellis, 12; Mandorfelt, 9;
Aukeu . (Jut ot a possible iu, in ,
shooting doubles, the following j
score was made: Jackson, 7; ,
Frautz 6; Hastings, U; Mauderfelt, I
5; Ferguson 5; Baruhart, 4; Brandon, J
4; Ellis, 3; Aitkeu.a. I
Another now time card goes into !
offect. on the S. F.. P. & P. railroad, I
to-morrow, by hich number 1 j
south bound leaves Ash Fork at G:45 j
a. m. arrives in Prescott at 9:30 a. in.
and Pheuix 4:15 p. in. The south j
bound night train number 3 leaves j
Ash Fork 8:50 p. in. arrives Prescott ;
11:35 p, in. Phenix G.45 a. in. 2 um
ber 2 north bound leaves Pheuix
9:15 a. m. arrives Prescott 3:50 p. m.
Ash Fork 35 p. m. Tho north
bound night train leaves Phenix 7:30
?. m. arrives Prescott 2:40 a. iu., Ash
'ork 5:35 a. tu. Tho principal
change in Prescott is the arrival
fifteen minutes earlier of tho south
bound dav train and twenty minutes
earlier of'tho afuruoou uorth bound.
The aftermath of tho East Pres
cott fire occurred this morning,
when the grand jury returned an
indictment against T. J. Lally for
arson. Lally had his tool cheat at
the depot aud was apparently in
tending to jro away. He was ar
rested on a bench warrant and
lodged in jail iu default of bail.
Since the fire it has transpired that
Ially held two insurance policies on
his home. One was for $650 and
tho other for $700. It is further
alleged, also, that the latter one was
taken out without auy notice to the
company which issued the first one.
Tho policj for $650 had been as
higued a security for a mortgage ou
tho property. The mortgagee be
ing an innocent party, the insuranco
companies paid the amount of his
mortgage and refused payment of
J. J. Fisher loft to-day for tho
John Lawler has returned fr un
his visit to Kansas City.
J. J. Colouian of tho McCabo
camp, apeut Sunday in town.
S. A.aLogau went to Pheuix yes
terday to bring his wifo home.
John Kirwaggeu camo in ystor
day from his ranch near Jerome.
Doane Derrill was a passenger on
this morning's south bound train
being en rout-? to Phenix.
Wm. Mitchell aud his sister Mrs.
Scott left for home to-day, the lat
ter's health having greatly improved.
I. T. Stoddard left on yesterday's
delayed north bound train for tho
east to attend tho St. Louis conven
tion. James aud Hank Alexander, woll
knowu Yavapai stockmen and pros
pective capitalists, are visiting Pres
Judge J. M. Murphy and H.
Hubbs, of Kiugmau. passed through
Prescott yesterday en route to tho
democratic convention at Phenix.
John Smith has returned to Pres
cott, after an abseuco of several
month;, during which ho traveled
over a good portion of tho United
Stales aud Mexico.
From TucUay' Dally.
Tho grand jury will adjourn this
B. H. Weavor had a newly painted
oxpress wagon on tho streets to
day. The Friday Night Club will give
their last danco of the season next
The Prescott base ball club is
practicing for a match game with
the Jerome club.
Sheriff Ruffner left on last night's
train for Yuma with W. J. Burton
and Thomas McGuire.
The Ladies Aid society of tho M.
E. church will meet to morrow at 2
p. m., at the residenco of Mrs. J. C.
T. J. WolQey has commenced
an action in Phenix to oust Col. M.
H. McCord from office, as a membor
of the board of control.
J. E. Durkeo an old time and woll
known freighter, formerly of Tomb-
stouo died recently iu au insane
asylum at Stockton.
For strickly first-class dental work
at lowest prices, call on Drs. Allder
dice and Lentz, tho Prescott den
tists. Tho Weeklt Jocbnil-Minlr which
will bo issued from this office to
morrow will contain fortv-six col
umns of reading matter. It will bo
a six page edition,
Caledonian coal is absolutely tho
best coal for heating and cooking
stoves. B. II. Weaver, Agt. Tele
phono No. 97.
Read tho new notice to water con
sumers in this issue. Tho permis
sion to use water on Wednesday
for irrigation, which has heretofore
been allowed has been withdrawn
and its uso for this purpose is now
H. I. Jones, who has resided in
this section for about nineteen years,
has sold out his interests in Arizona,
and will leave shortly for a visit
to his old homo in Tennesseo. He
expects to locate in tho Pan Handle
Frand Dexter, a young man for
merly in the employ of Hotel Burko
as porter, died at tho Sisters' hospital
this morning of typhoid fever. De
ceased was about twenty-five years
old, and was a quiet and ludustrious
f'oung man. It is said that his rel
atives reside iu Boston.
A. Emanuel, agent for wall paper.
400 samples to show you on applica
tion. South of M. E. Church, on
Marina Street. Postoffice Box 22,
Mrs. R. L. Balke has opened toilet
parlors aud a manicuring establish
ment in Otdce Row, on the east side
of Cortcz street. Mrs. Balko comes
highly recommended in her profes
sion, having formerly been con
nected with tho colebrated toilet
Earlors of Mrs. Weaver Jackson, of
os Angeles, an institution well and
favorably known to many ladies of
The latost styles and patterns in
dimities, organdies, challies, wash
silks, percales, swiss, lawns, etc., at
the B.-B. Cc.'s.
The grading for the Congress rail
road is completed up to the mill,
and they expect to havi tho track
completed to the company's storo
this week. They aro at work now
grading four switch backs, about
1200 foot in length each, to get up
to the upper hoist, which is 150 feet
higher than tho store. Tho grade
on these switch backs is four per
For tho best and cheapest coal in
the city call on Gregory, agent
Ire-scent Coal company.
A firo occurred this morning
about five o'clock in a barn in tho
rear of the Prescott House, used as
a storage room for the hotel. The
buildiug and all of its contents was
a complete loss. John Duke's barn
adjoining had a close call, but as
caped with but slight damage. Tho
origin of the fire as well as the loss
is unknown. There was no insur
ance. The Toughs' hoso company
won tho record.
Finest of flavors, purity, care in
preparation, and just the right
"nip," explnins why tho people pre
fer Bnsley's soda water from the
now onyx fountain. mylStf
Tho third annual run of tie Co
conino Cycling club from Flagstaff
to tho Grand Canvon will Ik made
August 19th to 22d inclusive. Wheel
meen from ail over tho territory are
invited to participate. Tho above
club will arrange and meet all ex
penses of the ruu, charging each
participant i9.00. This will include
sleeping ccc .-niodatiou. and board
at tho cany ..nil meals en route,
but does i .. include expenses at
A quarter spent in HIRES
Rootbeer docs you dollars'
worth of good.
Xlt nl? t TSt Ckt In . Hire. ft. rvMri-ki
A H. p ki.r ut.lt xlk-.. i rr ? .k.r.
From the tone of tho Phonix pa
pers tho territorial board of equali
zation has had under consideration
the questiou of listing railroads, for
taxation, which claim exemption un
der tho recent law passed. The
Herald sayi-: "Attorney Genoral
Wilson has rendered a decision to
the Territorial Board of Eq"aliza
tiou ou the question of assessing
railroad property exempted by law
from taxalio'.. The opiu'on was to
tho offect that it was not in the
province of the Board to pass on
the legality of the law and it was
not adviseablo for them to assess
the property. Auy taxpayer orciti
zeu of the territory can bring pro
ceedings against tho board to com
pel them to tax auy of tho exempted
roads aud thus test tho validity of
tho law. The board consequently
will not assess thoso roacs which
come under the provisions of tho ex
W. A. Rowo, of Yavapai county,
was elected chairman of tho terri
torial democratic convention. A
special to our contemporary says
that the financial policy of tho ad-1
tuiuistration was condemned and
tho delegates to Chicago wero in
structed to stand uncompromisingly
for tho free coinage of silver at a
ratio of 16 to 1, as to the nominee
and tho silver pi ink of the platform.
independent of all nations. Tho J
delegates elected wero as follows: (
W. H. Burbage, Apacho county; H.
E. Campbell, of Coconino county;
Wiloy Joues, Graham county; J.
L. B. Aloxander, Maricopa county;
W. H. Barnes, Pima county; . l'
Wilson, Yavapai county. Alter
nates M. D. Scribner; Co
chise county; E. J. Edwards,
Gila county; H. Hubbs, Mo
have county; R.' C. Drydeu,
Navajo county; W. Y. Price, Pinal
county; Murat Masterson, Yuma
county. Mark Smith was recom
mended for national committeeman.
Remember that Drs. Alldordice
and Lentz mako a specialty of gold,
silver, platinum, aluminum aud
Watts' metal plates. Latest Town
and bridge work and all irregular
ities of teeth aud diseases of mouth,
treated with the best skill of dental
Our spring goods aro arriving
every few da; and we invite inspec
tion, both fo- quality aud price, at
tho B.-B. Co.
Jos. Mayer, of the Henrietta
mine, i in town.
Geo. M. argent went south this
Cannot bo perrr tcentljr cirid by th n
of opiates suds y-latlterotsrcusdT. Jilt
too deeply sea!d. It U cautci by na
lapoverljhed condition of the blood,
pta wliloh the aerres depend, tor rcstc
naaes. Tab In ths truo nd on?. nttura!
explanation for mrrouinrti. Per sa
rich and vitalize th blood wl'.a
ad BerrociQces will disappear. Kosd'-e
Bartaparina Tr!U cWa vitality totleblocd
and will send it courting th-cogfc ll
Tatni and arterha harcd withihi!,
giTinp. itranyth banding qcalit.V xthlch
males itroni narrn. It yon ara ErY
try Hood'e Bars barilla and fled tl .vr.
relit f of wh'.oh hundreds of people -. '.
ling in their published tcjtlmonitl. ftit
Hood's St Hood's
Became HoeeVc Eatu par ilia la the only
True Blood Parlfler prominently la th
publio eye today. Sold by all dragglsti.
Hood's Pills S Z.'r
Miner? and millmeh in need
of babbit metal in any desired quan
tity at reasonablo price, call at this
' 1 V
' Price, 20c, 80o. and 01.00 par bottle. SoU avarwhoro.
THE DR. J. H. MCLEAN MEDICINE CO., ST. LOUIS. Mo.
ICcliflou In tho School.
Referring to tho article in the
Courier iu reference to tho admix
ture of religion with tho public
school, I wish to state that the ques
tion of religion has not entered into
tho difference now existing between
tho public and tho trustees at all,
but is being introduced at this lato
day to deceive and mislead the pub
lic. Prof. Brouso did at tho begin
ning of the school iu September
open tho school with prayer, in ac
cordance with a custom that had
been followed in eastern schools
where ho Lad taught. This oc
curred probably three mornings.
When info-mod that it was con
trary to oiu school law ho promptly
aud'ehoerfv Uy complied with tho
requiremeu s of tho law. No order
was over e -tered on the records
kept by th board of trustees in ref
erence to t.. a mattor, and the trus
tees aro reu aired by law to keep a
record of a. their proceedings open
to tho iusp v'tion of tho electors of
Prescott 5:as not had a hotter or
more successful school for four
years thau the term just closing.
This has Ix-ou admitted timo and
again by the trustee who is now
most strongly opposing the re-election
of two of the most proficient
and worthy -.eaehers, viz., tho princi
pal and teacher in tho third gram
mar grade. The truth is not al
ways a plea-ant thing. It is only
when wo clctho it with the rags of
imagiuatiou, or sweeten it with fic
tion, that it can please. In this caso
there has been a strong effort mado
by one of the trustees, aided and
allotted by ono solitary friend, to
suppress the truth, from the under
lying cause of this controversy. Th
true, real reason, stripped of all the
issues that havo been attempted to
bo iutrc-ductnl into it. is the fact
that ono member of tho board of
trustees attempted to uso his posi
tion as a trustee of the public school
to further his political aspirations.
Being detected aud censured for tho
act, uow it i "when the song of
hope is husaed forever," that re
venge inouuts tho chariot and
bejond the writhing hearts whoso
blood dyes h.T rushing wheels, sees
only the goa . Against his expressed
judgment, tint the continual chang
ing of principal and teachers in tho
school has resulted iu injury to it;
against tho records of the school
which bears abundant evidence of a
well orgauiml aud well taught
school for the school year 1S95-6;
against the wishes of tho majority
as expressed at a mass meeting of
the citizens of Prescott, representa
tive of all classes and creeds, this
trustee and his friend are endeav-
oring to obstinately maintain
Obstinacy is not only tho result of
a narrow, illiterate judgment, but is
a barrier to all improvements. Who
soevor perversely resolves to adhere
to plans or opinions, be they right,
or bo they wrong, because they have
adopted them, raises an impassable
barrier to progresf.
Just as society is ofteu dragged
down to low standards by two or
three, who propose, in every case, to
fight every thing and every idea of
which they aro not tho instigators,
so can a public institution be
brought to a lowstandard by officers
who allow selfish and spiteful mo
tives to influence their actions in
conducting it-, affairs.
It is the pinion of tho people
that a major y of tho trustees are
willing to roaiedy, as far as it lays
iu their pur. r, the mistake made.
Tho trusteo aro not asked to do
any thing u.-reasonable, and it will
not bo insisti J, that they, in consid
ering tho resolution passed at tho
mass meeting, tako any action that
would reflect ou their integrity as
gentlemen, or in future injury to
Tho majority of tho citizens insist
that tho teachers who havo not been
retained were tho right persons in
the right place, and that no change
should be made on tho grounds that
strangers have been heretofore
eltfted to the positions, who were
not the right persons for the right
place, aud the condition of the
school at tho beginning of tho
present term will bear out the as
sertion. If uew teachers are elected, the
citizens of Prescoit will, as a unit,
assist them in maintaining a good
school. If the persons who are en
dcavoriug to mislead and influence
others by street talk, etc.. which is
entirely foreign to tho subject mat
ter, would manifest the same spirit,
they would probably bo listened to
more in rererouco to school matters,
aud thev migut bo induced to pay a
tax to "help support the school, at
least a poll tix. C. P. Hicks,
Wo know that any tired muscle
can be restored bv rest. Your
stomach is a muscle. Dyspepsia is
its manner o: saving I am urea
Givo mo rest." To rest tho stomach
you must do its work outsido of tho
This is the Shakers method of
curing indigestion, and its success
is best attained by the fact that
these people are practically freo
from what is without doubt the
most prevalent of all diseases. Tho
Shaker Digestive Cordial not only
contains digested food which is
promptly absorbed without taxing
the tired digestive organs, but it is
likrwise au aid to tho digestion of
other foods in the stomach. A 10
cent trial bottle will convince you
ot its merit, ana tnese you can ob
i tain through all druggists.
Laxol is the best medicine for
children. Doctors recommend it in
placo of Castor Oil.
AM STILL IX IT.
When you wast to build a boose
don't let any contracts till tog get
mt figures. f. g. parker, architect
and Builder. Telephone No. 2o,
Dr. J. H. McLEAN'S
THE BEST AND GREATEST CURE OF PAIN.
Affords a quick retie1 from the accidents
and ailments common to human or animal
In constant use for half a century.
Friday 1 all Klght.
Sleept Hollow, Juno 7. Editor
Jocrnal-Miner. For tho benefit of
tho Courier, will you kindly oblige
an ola time patron ot your cosmo
Tho "Courier, in commentmr on
tho call for tho people's party con
ference, stated that "Robinson
Crusoe O'Neill wanted a man Friday
to meet him at the court houso on
June 6," and also stated later that
"Buckey O'Neill ha i found his man
Friday in a lonely gulch up in tho
mountains, an appropriate placo for
Friday,'- in tho person of yours
r rom tho number that responded
on baturday, tho "lonely gulches 7
seem to bo full of Fridays, and our
name must be legion. Away back
in my boyhood days, I read the his
tory of that man Friday. He came
to Robinson Crusoe running, fleeing,
clamoring protection from the can
nibals that were seeking to devour
him. Yes, Buckey, wo also come
fleeing from cannibals, a worse tribe
than thoso Friday was fleeing from,
the cannibals who have captured
and infest tho seat of government
of our country, whose big chieftain
is the leecherous human blood sap
ping Grover Cleveland. And for
mutual protection, may we prove as
powerful in battle and as faithful
allies as Friday of Robinson Crusoe
of the "lone!;
to a man, have
to tho peoples
rallv round the
party, and will
standard of General O'Neill, which
ho has long and bravely borne, that
of mutual protection and equal
rights, confident that he will lead
us to victory.
And hid away in the fastness of
tho "lonely gulches" are men fully
as competent of assuming the reins
of government as thoso who abide
in the citv.
Wero the miner to abandon the
lonely gulch." tho cow boy the
range, tne larmer his plow, how
long could the Courier editor stay
in tho city" Does he everlthmk of
that? Wo are tho fountain head,
you are lurther aown the stream.
All cannot Jive in the city, neither
can all live i.i the mountains. Any
person can abide in the city, but it
takes a persf". away up in woodcraft
to havo his habitation in the moun
tains. We admit you are as necessary to
us as wo aro to you. We bring the
products of our mines, ranges and
ranches and exchange them for
grub, clothes, whisky, newspapers
and other necessaries of life.
The Courier man could not live in
tho "lonely gulches." He would go
prospecting for news, get lost and
the bears would eat him, and there
would be no one to get out a dodger.
Do not infer that I have any but
tho kindest and most friendly feel
ing for Prescott. Your Prescott is
my Prescott. The tie is near and
dear as old time friends, and in the
pursuit of my vocation, that of
prospector and miner, it makes no
difference whether among the grand
old snow capped mountains ot tho
north, or tho balmy tropics of old
Mexico, I never forget my first love,
and ever have a yearning, longing
desire to bo home again in my be
loved sun kissed Arizona. And
while driving down the mountain
side from my mountain home, when
yet afar off, a beautiful pauorama
opens to view. 1 rescott, nestled
among tho waving pines, the grand
old mountains, her guardian angels,
peacefully reposes on the green
sward, and in pleasant happy reverie
mo thinks of that beautiful city
over the river, whoso streets aro
paved with the golden sand?, and
there is but one spot on earth to mo
more beautiful, and that is my home,
J. W . Anderson.
There can be no nleasuro or haDni-
ness for persons whose liver or kid
neys are unhealthy. They are weak
sick and irritable, and find it bur
densome to perform work of any
kind. What they need is a thorough
treatment with Dr. J. H. McLean's
Liyer ano Kidney Balm. This rem
edy is recognized by many of tho
best medical authorities as without
a peer for tho cure of diseases of the
kidneys or liver, lt rapidly drives
out diseased conditions, restores
health and strength, vigor and
cheerful spirits. Price, $1.00 per
Thomas F. Hickey, tho well
known Phenix shoemaker, and an
agreeable person generally, who
camo here last April for the benefit
of his health, has entirely recovered
and will return to his home and
open up his shop again. Mr. Hickey
has been a sufferer for years with
ono of his limbs. During his resi
dence here lu has made very good
of iiis time, being tho lucky
a rvh silver claim near
May ho prosper.
From a programme of tho Normal
school commencement exercises re
ceived at this office it is noticed that
several Yavapai young ladies are
down on tho bills. Thoy are as fol
lows: -'A trip to tho Mountains."
by Miss Florence Hanna; "Tho X
Rays, Miss Jane P. Martin; musical
solo, Miss Debbie I. Morris. The
names of Miss Florence Grace
Hanna and Miss Deborah Iola Mor
ris, also appear among tho list of
tho graduating class.
imthomze home inddstry
When toc want sash, doors or ant
KIND OF MILL WORK GO TO F. G. PaRK-
er's Planing Mill. Bed Rock Prices.
Near Depot. Tel. No. 25.
A good paying business on easy
terms, if taken at once. Enquire a"t.
Freo Employment Office at Ed.