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Mevaje Caaatr Ariaoaa. by C O. AKDBESOH. Utter amd Proprietor. ataree1 a aba poarofliee at Halbrook, Aria, aa aeceaa rim mail matter. OBSCSIPTIOM KATES One year Si mtki Thraa nuratha. MM .. 1 SO . 1 00 liHrtMif ratea mm&n known on applica tion a wtaomce. SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, LOCAL AND PERSONAL The Doings of Tbe Week in Holbrook and Surrounding Country. Makes the food more delicious and wholesome asm anana aaura eo.. mw Toaa. Dr. Woolford has neon spending viveral days in town. J. P. Ford is home after an absence of sreral months. Frank Pruett has been spending the week with the boy here. Frank Ellsworth was -down from Show Low last Wednesday. Mr. John Bushman of St. Joseph was doing business at Holbrook Wednesday. Chase & Sanborn's teas and cotfes awe the highest grade produced. For sale by Will Woirt't. Word has leen received here that Mr. Keys, Indian Agent at White river, is dead. W. H. Burbage was up from Win slow last Tuesday on official busi ness. Chase & Sanborn's "Seal Brand, teas and coffees are on sale at Will Wootter'n. Mrs. Julius Wetzler will leave for her borne at Solomonville for a win ter's visit Sunday. 31 r. Gardner, the Los Angeles pi ano man, was at Holbrook this week. Will Wooster has just received a upply of Chase & Sanborn's "Seal Brand" tea. Postmaster Divelbess suffered quite a severe fall last Saturday, and prained his back. James Houck has reached Phoenix and reports his losses of sheep very light. Mr. Mooney was down from Nava jo Springs, smiling all over. The cause is a girl. We understand that Mr. Richard's grading outfit has returned home, and will remain at home indefinitely, Fred Gardner, John Wimmer and Will De Witt were Woodruff people, visiting the county seat this week. Deputy Sheriff Stockwell of Nava jo Springs was at Holbrook Satur day on official business Mr. Le Baron from Mesa arrived an Holbrook intending to spend about three months in Navajo and Apache counties. Isaac Barth arrived from St. Johns Sunday on his way to California where he intends to spend several months. The fogs hang thick about us daily and one would think he was in the vicinity of London and not in the san-kuwed Arizona. The Arizona Legistature opened last Monday. We hope that their labors will meet the anticipations of the voters who elected them. C. I. Kempe of Concho passed through Holbrook Monday en route for Denmark where he goes to spend several years. He goesas a missionary. The cold weather still continues. It has lasted longer than at any other time within the memory of the oldest settler here. 1 ne county officials were moving their office furniture into the new court bouse lbursday and are now located in their new quarters. Wetzler Bros, are building a sixty foot ware house in the rear of their store. They have also painted and otherwise repaired and improved the appearance of their place of business. W. H. Clark is home from from a trip to Prescott and other places along tbe line. Signal Sergent J. H. Young has been quite siek lately, suffering from a ra lapse of the Cr.laa fever. Dr. Woolford is attending him at pres ent. Henery Scores is now at Camp Verde with his sheep. He did not lose any sheep at all during the storm although he was snowed in for several days. H. S. Kidder arrived this week and was checked in by the traveling auditor as temporary agent. Mr. A. ' B. McGaffey having gone to Silver j City, New Mexico, on a visit to his folks. Hon. D. K. üdall passed through Holbrook Saturday going to Phoxnix ; to attend the legislature which met last Monday. He is the republican councilman-elect from Apache coun ty. Mr. and Mrs. Wattron and child ren went to Los Angeles Thursday. Mr. Wattron will return in a few days, but Mrs. Wattron and children will spend the winter at the aforsaid city. Ex-Treasurer James Scott of this county is now spending a couple of months with his family at Los Ange les. He will return to Phoenix in February to look after hie sheep which are wintering in that section. The City Meat Market will be kept open between the hours of 8:30 and 11 .00 a. in., and from 4:00 to 6:00 p. m. On Sundays from 8:30 to 10:00 a. m. Fresh vegetables every Saturday, and freeh fruits in their ason. F. M. Zdck, proprietor. No healthy person need fear any dangerous consequences from an at tack of la grippe if properly treated. It is much tbe same as a severe cold and require precisely the same treat ment. Remain quietly at home and take Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy as directed for a severe cold and a prompt aud complete recovery it sure to follow. For sale by F. J. Wattron, druggist. A fearful wreck occured at Angelí last Sunday. Two freight trains, both double headers, eollided. The engineer on the east bound traía, on coming down the steep grade grade above Angelí, lost control of the air brakes, and was unable to stop his train. It ran past the sta tion and two miles below ran into the incoming train, killing Engineer Hill and injuring Firemen Pendle ton and Conductor Ensign. A Y was built around the waeck on which the trains passed over until the wreck was cleared. Tuesday Dr. Brannen, the health officer, went to Winslow to investi gate the condition and progress of small-pox in that town. In the house of Engineer Charley Hannon he found seven persons who bad been exposed to the disease and four cases. He quarantined the house There are four generations living in the same house. The doctor leaves to-day for Williams, where there are two cases reported. Another case nas Drosen out in rnurber camp near Kingman, making four in all there. There are two cases in King man, one in the pest house and one quarantined in town. Ash Fork had a ease last Friday, but the peo ple of that town shipped it to Pres cott. Coconino Sun. TAYLOR NUOGKT8. Aadjr'a' Observation of the Hap penlaga of thin Buy Poople. Taylor, Jan. 18, 1799. W. F. B.,!W. W R Willie til,-. ' for Holbrook. where it Allen and family have just returned : tniit h,s "n' Isaac WM 8,ck' iu rsuDib crop ruDimuev, I checked in as our new agent. Mr. I Wicks returning to Los Angeles. Mr. Soloman Barth came to Na- i vajo last evening, and took the train is reported Mr. F. .L Wattron f Holbrook and sheriff of Navajo on.ity present-! ed to Dr. Miller for lúe Arizona' Antiquarian association a beautiful 1 antique vase with bear handle. The j vase measures five inches in height , and is five and a half iuches at its ; greatest diameter. It is beautifully : decorated in black. The following ; note accompanied the vase: "Bear bandied pitcher ( vase) dug up at Ha-wi-kuh, first village situated south west of Zuna. Ha-wi-kuh was one of the seven cities of Cibola, where Negro 'Eatevan' was killed on or about May 21st, 1539." Friar Marcus de Niza's exploration party which started from Culican to find the seven cities March 7, 1539. This pitcher (vase) belongs to the black line period and is verv rare specimen, only two others having been found in this section of the country." If this object does nothing more, it carries us back to the days of Spain's suspremacy in this part of America and serves to refresh our memories of Spain's honor and chivalry, as ex- hibted toward the Aztecs and other nations of America, vhoe civiliza tion was greater than Spain has ever known. The historical value of this single object to the association is priceless. And the association de sires to thank Mr. Wattron for his generous gift and to ask others to emulate his example by sending to Dr. J. Miller, president of the Ariz ona Antquarian association and cus todian of collection, and in so doing assist in building up a fine institu tion of learning for Arizona. The negro Estevan was the guide of De Niza's expedition and met his death at the hands of the natives for pilfer ing their; valuables, and other unbe coming conduct. Republican. from Springerville aud Luna Valley, where they went to spend the holi days. Miss Ida Thompson returned with them. A boy came lately to the home of G. Q. Tenny. John Stan i ford is improving in health. W. F. Butler ha? sold his town property to John Staniford and will leave here for t he Gila country very soon. There are some others who are talking of moving there soon al so. The weather has been very cold and foggy of late, and cold are very prevalent among the people. Andy. des pite the amunition that has been watted in tLe war waged for their extermination. The boys must do better or we will go out and try them ourselves. Sport. To tbe Public. We are authorized to guarantee every bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to be as represented and if not satisfactory after two-thirds of the contents have been used, will re fund the money to the purchaser. There is no better medicine made for ! la grippe' colds and whooping cough. Price, 25 and 50c. per bottle. Try it. F. J. Wattron druggist. Uucltlen'a Arnica 8b1t. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruw- tions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box For sale by F. J. Wattron, Holbrook SHOWFLAKE ITEMS. What Caileo" Saw at Snowflake the Paat Week. Snowflakz, Jan. 17, 1899. L. M. Savage has been here several days. Mr. Le Baron of Mesa has been here lately. Mr. and Mrs. William have a ba by girl. Mrs. Dal ton who has been visiting relatives in this place has returned to her home in Colorado. Geo. Ramsey has gone to Joseph City to work. Most of the children and many of the older people have an at tact of the grip. Mrs. Elizabeth Kartchner has been quite sick. John Ramsey, Charley Gardner and Messrs. Schill and Vance went to Woodruff last Saturday. John Wardell hss gone to Joseph City. Chico. La Grippe Successfully Trea ted. "I have just recovered from the second attack of la grippe this year," says Mr. Jas. A. Jones, publisher of the Leader, Mexia, Texas. "In the latter case I used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and I think with considerable success, only being in bed a little over two days against ten days for the former attack. The sec ond attack I am satisfied would have been equally as bad as the first but for the use of this remedy as I had to go to bed about six hours af ter being 'struck' with it, while in tbe first case I was able to attend to business about two days before get ting 'down.' " For sale by F. J. Wat tron, druggist. CHEAP RATES TO PHOENIX. On each and every Wednesday up to and including Wednesday. April 26tb, 1899, the Santa Fe Paci fic will sell round trip tickets to Phoenix, good for 30 days from the date of sale, from Holbrook for $30. All who are ' outemplating a visit to the capilol should avail themselves of th is opportu n i ty. Kobbeil tbeGrave. I A startling incident of which Mr John Olliver of Philadelphia, was the subject, narrated by him as fol lows: "I was in a most dreadful condition. My skin was almost yel low, eyes sunken and tongue coated, pain continually in the back and sides, no appetite grabually grow ing weaker day by day. Three phy sicians had giveu me up. Fortuna tely, a friend advised trying 'Elec tr ic Bitters, and to my great joy and surprise, the first bottle made a decided im?roement,vI -continued ' their use for three weeks, and am ; now a well man. I know they sa ved my life and robbed t he grave of another victim." No one should fail to try them. Only 50 cents per bottle at F. J. Wattron's drug store WOODItUFF NOTES. Tha Weak'- Happenings In Thla Quiet Little Village. Woodruff, Jan. 17, 1899. Elders Vance and Schill of Mesa City are preaching in this vicinity. Mrs. Dalton, who is going to her borne in Colorado, passed through here Monday. Her mother, Mrs. Smith, accompanied her as far as Holbrook. Mr. Kempe of Concho, who is go ing to Denmark to visit old time ac quaintances, spent Sunday here. Mr. Sam Baird took him to the sta tion. A little girl has come to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ramsey, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Decker are visiting with us. Pat Trainer is selling cattle here. Mr. L. M. Savage has gone up the country on business. ' J. D. Smithson is still out at Fort Apache and is quite sick. Johnny Jump Up, How to Prevent Pneumonia. You are perhaps aware that pneu monia always results from a cold or from an attack of la grippe. During the epidemic of la grippe a few years ago when so many cases resulted in pneumonia, it was observed that the attack was never followed by that disease when Chamberlain's Cough Remedy was used. It coun teracts any 1 endency of a cold or la grippe to result in that dangerous disease. It is the test remedy in t he world for bad colds and la grippe. Everyy bottle warranted. For sale by F. J. Wattron druggist. Our Navajo Springs Letter. Navajo Spmnqs, Jan.17 , 1899. Our school commenced again yes terday after a vacation of three weeks, and E. S. Perikns is again on the day heard. That Christmas wedding has been a little tardy, but it has taken place nevertheless. Good boy! J. S. and may good luck go with you, as you have saved the reputation of Nava jo Springs. Mr. George L. Andrews has been Awarded Highest Honors World' Fair, Da mm CflEAT.l MOST PERFECT MADE. A pur Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fie from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YIAM THE STANDA&U BRIGHAM H. ROBERTS OF UTAH DISCUSSES HIS CASE WITH A T. I CUIS REPORTER. from A special to the Republic Salt Lake City says: I have had a long talk with Mr. Roberts, eongressman-elect from the sovereign state of Utah. He said: "There is no use trying to get people to believe the truth about our religion or about us. No matter what we say, it is miscon strued and ridiculed. But the light is spreading. We are sending out more missionaries today than ever. The true faith is growing with al rrost magic rapidity". "But this persecution, Mr. Ro berts, will it not effect the standing of Utah politically before the coun tryr "It will not," replied Mr- Roberts. "In the first place, .there is nothing permanent alout this sudden storm of religious fanataoism which is at tacking me. It will .soon be over. Why, I don't take my seat until next fall! There is a long rummer be tween now and then. There in the sea serpent to think about. When they begin to tell fine tales about him, Roberts and his crimes against humanity will be forgotten. There is no Jaw in the land which can unseat a man who goes to Wash ington as a representative from a sovereign state just because he has been guilty of what that state makes a misdemeanor. Polygamy is not bigamy. There is a great diff erence. Just the important differ ence that there is between a felon and a misdemeanist. Mind you I do not admit, and I have not since this prosecution 'began, ever admit ted or allowed my friends to adn.it that I am living in polygamy." "Do you deny it, then?" "I neither admit nor deny. I do not discuss it. I eannot what the people of the United States have to do with my domestic affairs. I am not trying my case in the news papers. The congress of the Uni ted States will try it in due time, and I will make my defense then and there, and not until then." Thankful Warda. Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada KHart, of Greton, S. D., "Was tak n with a bad cold which settled my mngs, cough set in and finally term nated in Consumption. Four Doc orsgave me up saying I could live but a short time. I gaye myself up to my Savior, determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth, I would meet my absent ones above. My husband was advised to get Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump tion, Coughs, and Colds. I gave it a trial took in all eight bottles. It has cured me, and thank God I am saved and now a well and healthy woman." Trial bottles free at F. I Wattron's Drug Store.