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Each perfumer excels in
one odor. That is what In
made his reputation on.
That odor helps him sell
Now, our method is to pic!;
out the one best odor o
each perfumer, and rea
good perfume? are worth
their cost. The result i
that hardly a pharmacy in
the whole country carries
a finer assortment of such
pleasing goods than your
J. M. W. Moore & Son !
LOANS, KEAL ESTATE
' Wc Arc Agents for a Firrt-CUsi 5
t Building and Loan Association
$ Office with V. F. Ex. Co. Phone 75 ij
J. S. Acker & Co.,
Real Estate, Insurance,
NINE AND MINING STOCK BROKERS.
Suite 4, Union Block, Prescott, Ariz.
A. J. HEAD
Bosh & Gert's Pianos
Also the "Cable," "Bailey"
and "Milton" for the same
prices, not for a few da3Ts only,
but any day in the year.
H. E. PEOPLES
Clothes Cleaned and
Orders Taken For New
Removed to Rear
of Brick Building former
ly occupied by Mrs. No
bles. Fourth Door From
S. A. LOGAN I
No. 1 23
WEST GOODWIN STREET
At the Old Stand
SOUTH SIDE PLAZA
ELECTRIC PHONE 61
HAKE OPERA HOUSE
" W. E. Marti... " -
of San Francisco. (Jul.
Friday, March 13th
Miss Mariaui Eskridge,
Reader and Cliaracter Delineator.
Miss Edith Norman Klock,
Miss Katherine De Vcre,
Seats on sale at Brisley Drug Co.. Wedne
dn. March 11. Prices, flu aud 7" c
Money to Loan
For Building or on Improved CHj
Properly. Low Kates New Da . i i
Plan. Interest Decreases as
Ct.t U . d -is- j i
State Mutual Building and Loan Ass t n.
MAJfllMJtLL & HOKNE Agents Preswtt ,
jfatF""Patronage Solid ed. j
THE LOCAL NEWS.
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From rtonaav's Daily.
Attorney T. J. Norton left for Phe
uix last night on l.usniewe.
.). J. Fisher ha. returned from a
Mraayaasj trip hi the Crown King
Geo. Miildletou is exiai'te home
tonight from an extended business
trip in the east.
District Attorney K. S. Clark re
turned last night from a very brief
visit to Los Angeles.
Mr. F. K. Hurrouhs. the well
known eastern humorist, will lecture
in Prescott April 15.
I". K. Burroughs will deliver his
lecture in I'rescott umler the auspices
of the free reading room.
Atttoruey O. L. Audeisou went to
Kirk laud Saturday night on business,
rcturuiugelo Prescott today.
Deputy Sheriff Nobles came down
from Ash Fork last night with two
M-day prisoners from Seligrnau.
Kingman Elks have divided on the
immediate coustrutcion of a hall
:t3x8. feet, two stories in height.
L. Siucock arrired iu Prescott last
evening from the east to take a posi
tion with the Model Mining comauy.
Mr. and Mrs. Den Snider, of Con
gress, spent Sunday in Prescott. the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Kast
uer. The Saturday Night social at L O.
O. F. hall was one of the best socials
the club has ever had alout ,7o couple
Mrs. GL W. Sumuer.wife of Admiral
Sumeur. passed through Prescott this
morning from Pheuix where she had
been spending a few weeks.
James Loouey. of Dennison, Iowa,
arrived on Saturday night's train for
a visit with his brother Harry Loouey.
with V. W. Koss' drug store.
The new heating apparatus for the
Prescott public school building was
delivered at the building on Saturday
and will lie placed iu position soon.
J. S. Worley. of the steam laundry,
has rented the residence occupied by
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kruger and will
occupy it as soon as the latter vacate.
Chas. K. iv.: ink. who has lieen
with the Postal Telegraph company iu
Prescott. ha.- accepted a position with
the S. P. and left for San Francisco
today to take his uew position.
John F. tJetcheli. a well known
mining eugiueer, and a graduate of
the Columbia school of mines, has
been visiting this section, making an
examination of some mining proper-
Mr. and Mrs. David Neikom and
daughter left today for Los Angeles.
Mrs. Neikorn's health has been quite
poor here on account of the high alti
tude and on that account they seek
a new home.
The Prescott Title cbmiauy has just
ti dished copying book 54 of mines,
records of Yavapai county, and in a
few more weeks will have their ab
stract lxoks up to date on the mining
records of the county.
David Southwick. a prominent resi
dent of Mohave county, died iu King
man last week aged sixty four years.
Deceased was a uative of Illi
nois. He represented Mohave county
in the territorial legislature two
A. P. Elliott has purchased the in
terests of P. J. Sullivan in the fish
market and has taken personal. charge
of the place. Mr. Elliott has had
years of experience in the fi.sh busi
ness and will undoubtedly build up a
Liem. Aloe and wife of the Twelfth
regiment, arrived from Fort Apache
today, having come by way of Pheuix.
Company B of this regiment will ar
rive from the north tonight and will
occupy Whipple iSarracks. Lieut.
Aloe is iu comniaud of the company.
A. J. Kuoblock and his associates
iu developing ja gold property iu the
Touto county are iu receipt of returns
from the first mill run made for them.
There were eight tons of ore that
averaged one ounce gold, plated, and
ten dollars in the tailing. Jerome
The Journal-Miner is under obliga
tions to Superintendent Jack Green
of the Azurite Copiier company for a
very handsomely printed prospectus of
that property. In addition to telling
all about the property it is a very
handsome sicimen of the typograph
A. B. West and Jack Murphy, two
well known young men iu Prescott
railroad circles, spent Sunday in
Pheuix returning home today. It is
reported that they cut lots of ice dur
ing their short visit at the capital
city, and fixed the legislature so that
no auti-railruad legislation may be
exected during the present session.
Mayor f iurke. Healt h ( lltieer I ay
and Councilman Brinkmeyer went to
Del Bio yesterday and had the car
casses of the cattle which the Journal
Miner spoke of Saturday, removed lie
yond any danger to the water used by
the city. The officers are entitled to
credit for removing the danger as
soon as the matter was brought to
Mty Assessor and Tax Collector
Frank William.- ha.- rented office
rooms in the Jie Wilson building,
corner of Montezuma and Hurley
-I i. ets. ami w ill have his water re
cti pis at that place for collection iu
the future, and all persons using wa
ter will be notified where the office is
and those who don't call and settle
l heir bills w ill have their water sup
ply cut off.
It is rumored that the railroad well
I at ucea has failed and the company
is compelled to haul water to that sta
tion. The well was sunk to a depth
..I more than HO feet and at the time
I a big supply of water was supposed
to have liecii encountered, but after
two years use the reservoir was drain
ed. The company is now putting in a
pi nit at Drake aud w ill soon be
pumping watei at that place, the well
having lieeu completed some time
ago. Mohave Miner.
Dr. J. R. Walls has sold his office
and fixtures to Dr. Sawyer and will
ticoic i ne iicm six iiionius in camm
ing. Ii-hing and hunting with the ob
ject in view of regaining Ma health
iliiett list.: liei.li run- imw.i- fuc hbm
nine on account ..I nvcruotk in Ills
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raa"iDm & Mi. Vernon ,t.r.t
f,,r ninths, i.ut ha- ,. sold the
same, nor does he iuteud to sell, as
has Uen rejMirtad.
C. C. Stukey reports having placed
his new hoist iu ixisitioii on the
Bodie mine, and has started three
shifts at work on development of
the proierty. The Prescott Klec
tric company also connected its tele
phone line with the mine on Saturday
and they are now iu close couimuni
cation with the rest of the world.
Mr. Stukey says he intends to sink
the shaft on the Bodie to a depth of
.XX) feet at least and proluibly deeper,
A case of an intended kindness
which has resulted disastrously hap
lieued today. Some jierson saw a
white horse running at large and
thought it was one of the horses which
Nash Burnet te drives to the delivery
wagon of D. Levy A Co., and turned
the horse into Mr. Levy's horse lot.
It so hapieued that lioth of Mr.
Levy's horses were safe iu the corral
and when they discovered the strange
li.,r.. I ln.e luHr.iii litrlititur it iitli 1 lie
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re.-ult that Ihev kicked and injured
it so liadlv it had to be killed. The
owner of the animal is not known.
Ed Jordan, the well known Verde
rancher anil fruit raiser, received a
well digging outfit. Thursday, which
he is now moving to his ranch. It is
his intention to liore for water, and
should indications be met with favor
able to oil. which is thought likely,
he will go dcer. There are three
hundred feet of six-inch casing with
the outfit. Should a good artesian
well be found the work of putting
doxxu similar wells for others would
more than justify the present outlay.
The motive power for the present, at
least, will lie the horse. Jerome Re
porter. F. E. Jones has sold out his fruit
and produce -tore to Messrs. Archie
Lckhart and Bert C. Davis, who
took charge of the business today.
Mr. Jones will return to his home iu
Pomona. California. The new pro
prietors are both young men who are
very popular in Prescott and will un
doubtedly do a fine business, as they
deserve to do. Mr. Davis was a range
rider ia the forest reserve for a Mat
bar of mouths, having come to Ari
zona from Michigau for his health
some two years ago and has made a
host of friends since coming to this
section. Mr. Lockbart has has lieen a
faithful employe in J. W. Wilson's
large clothing establishment for some
time aud is a very worthy young busi
ness man. The Journal-Miner wishes
the new firm all the success possible.
Prom Tuesday's Daily.
W. C. Bashford has gone to King
man on a business trip.
JJ. E. Dumas left on this morning's
train for his home on Oak Creek
Born. March 8. at Polaud. to Mr.
and Mi's. H. D. Forrest, a daughter.
Walter Q. Keese left on today's
train for a business visit to New York.
Attorney T. C. Job
for Los Angeles on a
(ieo. W. Middieton returned lost
night from a short visit east on busi
ness. A Blutnberg. of the New York Store,
returned this morning from a visit to
A. B. No.xon and Biehaid Luii-m.
have retired from the CofJfMt Basin
tiold and Copper comwny.
June Freeman left for Congress last
night for a short business trip in con
nection with the Federal Investment
and Trust company.
Rev. E. B. Taft will preach at the
Prescott Mission. South Monte
zuma street, tonight at 7:.'i0. You
are all iuvited to attend.
Mrs. C. W. Piatt, wife of Cnder
Sheriff Piatt, came up from Kirklaud
for medical treatment. She has lieeu
iu very ill health for some time.
W. S. Elliott, the contractor aud
builder left this morning for Albu
querque for a brief business visit, for
consultation with hi- partner Charles
T. Whittlesey, the architect.
The soldiers from Fort Apache ar
rived at Whipple on last night's
train. . rvuna re coacn and ..aggnge i
car were liroiigtit down tor their ac-I
commodatiuu aud returned ou today's I
Out at the Century Camp Jim
Christian, the cook, has a dog which
tackled a skunk on Sunday and now
the meu are eating out under the
E. A. Haggott. superintendent of
the Blue Bell Mining company, will i
have charge of the Prudential Mining
company's property during the ab
sence of H. C. Kruger.
The only real business transacted
yesterday iu the legislature was the
pas-age of a motion calling for the
enrolling and engrossing committee of
the house to report 'he Cowan bill.
The Joiirnal-.M iuer's Associated
Preps service for the past few days
has lieen very uiisal isfactory. For
some reason the reKirt has not reach
ed the office iu t ime for publication
Fifty Years the Standard
Highesf Honors World's Fair.
Highest Tests U. S. Gov't Chemists
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., CHICAGO.
T. (. Norris returned this morning
from a professional visit to Pheuix.
Dr. J. K. Walls went up to Selig
man today on professional business.
District Attornev h. S. Clark is
contined to his room today by illness.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Kruger left this
morning for Sail Francisco, expecting
to be aliseut a year.
C. W. Koppelmali. representing the
Scrantoii school of correspondence,
Ml today for Jerome.
Charles Pheuuiug, Charles Warner,
Charles Frice and Clyde Carr.'a quar
tette of Ciipple Creek miners, arrived
in Prescott recently with a view of lo
cating iu this section.
As an example of the promptness
with which the United Moderns meet
their obligations aud pay their death
beuetfls may lie cited the case of Mrs.
Lillie Harlan, wife of ML K. Harlan,
well known iu Prescott, having lieeu
instrumental in organizing and build
ing up the Prescott lodge of Moderns.
Mrs. Harlan passed awavin Pheuix on
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Jauuarv lti. l'.KTt. aud her beneficiary
certificate was cashed on Feb. 111. I'.N'Kt.
or just i"i days after her death.
The anuual meeting aud election of
officers of the Monday Club will take
place next Monday afternoon, at the
residence of Mrs. J. C. Herudou. It
will also lie a social meeting for mem
liers only, aud every mem tier is ur
gently requested to attend. The
question of organizing the club into
sections will also come up for consid
eration, and will prolmbly be decided.
The meeting will lie purely a business
and social one for memlicrs only.
Fred A. Madrid, an employe of the
Jourual-Miner force, is the proud
father of a new liahy lioy which his
wife presented him this morning.
Fred is a mighty good, steady printer,
but he was afraid to trust himself
with trying to do any printing today
and is staying home and holding the
baby. As he is also a life loug repub
lican he is determined to do his liest
to overcome the democratic majority
ill Arizona by the time we are a state.
N. Bailey, proprietor of the Palace
lutrlier shop, has had a loug and ter
rible struggle with sickue-s in his
home, four meniliers of this family
having gone through seiges of the ty
phoid feer. some one having been con
tined to their bed all the. time for
nearly five mouths. The last one to
be sick, his secoud oldest son has just
about recovered now aud it is to lie
hoped Mr. Bailey's troubles are at an
end along this line, as he certainly
has had a I ileal more than his
Messrs. June Freemau aud Harry
Hamilton are interviewing the busi
ness men of Prescott on the proosi
tion of issuing a city directory. They
have received considerable encour
agement iu the matter aud feel sure
they will lie able to go ahead and
complete the work. They propose
listing every person in the city over
dx years of age, aud giving not only
a complete directory of the city but
also a business directory combined,
making a very complete volume.
They intend to try aud have the city
re-uumliered liefore the directory i.
issued so that every uumber will be
B. Q. Bennett and wife arrived iu
Prescott yesterday from the south,
having come up Inmi Pheuix where
they had been spending several day.
visitiug with Mr. Bennett's brother.
E. J. Bennett, a prominent citizen of
the Salt river valley. Mr. aud Mrs.
Beunett were met at the train by
(ieo. Waddell. who, together with
Mr. Bennett. Sheriff Joe Roberts and
several other citizens of this county,
crossed the plains in the same party
iu 1875, after a loug anil tiresome trip
of four mouths, in prairie schooners
drawn by ox teams. After spending a
day wilh these old friends of boy In n!
days Mr. ami Mrs. Beimel! left today
for their home iu Rochester. New
The Saturday Night Social club
which was organized some three or
four months ago by memliers of the
Odd Fellows lodge, has proven to lie
such a decided success that it has
been found necessary to enlarge
the committee and give th" gentlemen
wno have s(, successfully built up the
socials to their present popularity,
some assistance. The committee as it
now stands is composed of the follow
ing gentlemen, aud a glance at its
personel is sufficient to insure its con
tinued success: Ed Shumate, presi
dent: C. F. Avery, treasurer: H. J.
Siiiler. Fred Bolden. M. A. Miller.
Frank Lowe. (Ieo. Henry. Fred
Moore. (Ieo. Sherman. J. C. Mc-
iCready. Mrs. B. H. Smith and Prof.
I Emanuel will continue to furnish the
music and that is all that is necessary
lo tell Prescott dancers.
BUCK LBN'S ARNICA SALVE.
Has world wide fame for marvelous
cures. It sur losses any other salve,
lotion, oiutmeut or balm for cuts,
corns, burns, oils, sores, felons, ul
cers, tetter, salt rheum, fever sores,
chapped hand.-, skin eruptions; in
fallible for piles. Cure guaranteed.
Only Be at all druggists.
Try the Prescott
with your flannels.
NOT PROPERLY STATED
Representative Barrows is quoted by
an alleged uewsiaier as saying that
"the hue and cry against Secretary
Stoddard is a deep plot to throw the
printing of articles of incorporation
into the clutches of the Arizona Re
publican." If Mr. BsiTOWl ever
made such an utterance, it is a sign
of mental deterioration since assum
ing the duties of law making. The
accusation of such au utterance being
made by him is an insult to the intel
ligence possessed by him as a common
every day printer. If such a deep
laid scheme was underlying the Cow
an bill, does any one suppo.se that
the chief lieueticiary would maintain
the grave yard silence which has
characterized it ou this subject?
The same alleged uewspaper also
recently expressed the opinion that
Stoddard has BMB abused ou account
ol the 31.1 publication of articles.
When this subject was first broached,
the same paper contained a rampant
endorsement of it. When it received
two or three articles of incorporations
to publish, at a price which was re
fused by the other Prescott iaiers.
it became as silent as a Pheuix news
liaper on the subject, and now comes
out in opposition to diverting the
fees into the territorial treasury. As
a matter of fact the newspapers of the
territory generally have made no tight
ou Secretary Stoddard aud but few of
them have referred to the cut throat
rate of advertisuig articles which he
places ou them. The question is sim
ply whether a single otliical shall
KK-ket fees amounting to 310,000 or
1100,000 a year or whether the terri
tory, which gives the charter, and
protection to corioratious shall have
some compensation. New Jersey has
enriched her state treasury from the
fees received from this source, aud
there is no reason why Arizona should
uot do so. Mr. Stoddard should not
lie considered in the matter at all.
It is not a personal matter by any
mean but one of considerable import
ance to every tax payer. It was a
piank of the Tucson platform, and a
recommendation of Governor Brodie.
Does any one suppose that Governor
Brodie. in making this recommenda
tion was actuated from personal mo
tires? The public good, and uot auy
iersonal consideration was his sole
motive. All this cheap talk aliout
abuse of Stoddard is simply intended
to throw dust iu the eyes of the peo
ple and to blind them as to the real
issue. Every right thinking man
must admit that the territory which
provides such lilieral laws, should re
ceive some benefits. This is what the
Cowau bill proposes, anil it should
OTIS VS. HARD1SJN.
A telegram from Los Angeles dated
March 7 says that "W. L. Hardison.
president aud general manager of the
Los Angeles Herald company, ami
General Harrison Gray Otis, president
and general manager of the Times
Mirror conqian.v. hail a personal eu
couuter at the Los Angeles Theatre
this afternoon. The difficulty arose
over an item printed iu this mom
iug's Times announcing Mr. Hardi
sou's engagement to be married."
The offending aniiotiuceuieut was the
head lines placed over a telegram
from Saliua, Kansas, announcing the
engagement of Miss Mary Belle Daily
to Mr. Hardison. The telegram con
taining a very complimentary men
tion of the latter, as well as of his
bride. The head liues.Ewhich consti
tute a justification for au aasault. was
of the "flash" or "scare head" style
aud read as fd lows:
"Kansas Siuger to Marry llardup
sou. Telegraph Brings News That He
is 'Wealthy.' Wonder if the Bride
Elect Really Thinks So Nuptials Set
for April And the Troubles of Mary
Belie Will Then Begin. "
Wheu it comes to a vote on the
question of the repeal of the tax ex
emption laws and the repudiation of
all contracts made by the territory
under these laws, it remained for Bar
rows of this county to lie tne only
one to vote iu lavor of it. As he in
troduced i l.e bill, and as it was a fore
gone conciii-ion that the measure
would uot jiass, he is scarcely to lie
blamed for his vote, under the cir
cumstances. By doing so he fulfilled
a party pledge and did not hurl any
one but himself. His vote as a repud
iation i -l of contracts of course is on
record aud will remain there. It
would have lieeu a greater credit to
the territory to have bad it recorded
that uot a single legislator was found
who favored the repudiation of con
tracts. Mr. Ashurst has a bill still
hanging tire iu the council on the
same subject, but the probability is
tli it it will never come to a vote now.
with the fate of the Barrows bill iu
the house staring it in the face.
As a result of the recent conference
lietweeli officials of the Santa Ke rail
road and the train men al Topeka, iu
addition to the raise of wages granted
the latter, the custom of running
double header freight trains will be
abolished except on the mountain
divisions. As this custom oriugiuated
with the Santa Fe it is thought that
other roads will also alsilish the cus
tom. Trains are limited under the
new agreement to thirty loads.
Lolew K. Barrows is being lauded
from certaiu sources for sticking to
the repudiation plank of the Tucson
platform, but a silence so profound
Ihat it can lie felt, is maintained
from the same source for his efforts to
defeat the plank of the platform rec
ommending that the fees for articles
of incorporation be turned into the
treasury. Wonder why?
Today is the birthday of the Ari
zona Miner, and it has rounded out
thirty-nine years ol Arizona history
making and service for the progress of
the territory. It has served as an
important factor iu the development
of the territories resources, and hopes
to be able to do much valiant service
iu the future.
After considerable agitation the
New Mexico legislature has created a
new county called Sandoval.
A BOY'S WILD HIDE FOB LIFE.
"Wit li family around expecting him
to die, and a sou riding for life. 18
miles, to get Dr. King's New Discov
I cry lor ( oiisiimptioti. Coughs, and
( olds, . li. llrown, ol Lieesville.
Ind.. endured death's agonies from
asthma: but this wonderful medicine
gave instant relief and soon cured
him. He writes: "I now sleep
soiindlv everv night. " Like marvel
oils cures of Consumption. Pneumon-lthe
ia. Hrouchitis, Comrhs, and Iriii
I prove its matchless merit for all
tkr at and lung troubles, (iuarau-
I teed bottles 50c and $1. Trial Uittles
I free at all druggists.
We understand that a uumber of
Prescott capitalists are about to invest
in Mohave county mines. The gentle
men interested iu the project are
among the heaviest mining investors
of the territory anil their standing in
the financial world is a guarantee that
they will carry out any contract into
which they may enter. Good mines
are to be taken up aud handled by
this uew cororation with a view to
putting in a big reduction plant.
The following is the daily report of
instruments tiled iu the county re
corder's office, as reported by the
Prescott Title Company :
March !). G P Harrington and A
s Skmkle tile a of a work on North
Tiger No. 1 mine, Tiger dist.
Goldberg Brosjto P and J Grijalva.
release of mortgage.
A aud (i Goldberg and Goldberg to
Grijalva Coarse Gold Mg Co, deed to
Coarse Gold mine, Black Rock dis
United States to Andrew Jackson,
patent to ItiO acres iu sec 'M, Kin 1 e.
F Hiltenbraut aud Geo Rohpeter to
Yavapai county, deed to right of way
across sec !, Urn 1 e. $1.
United States to American Copper
Co, receipt for Iron King group, Big
bug district. $2170.
Alto Mg Co flies a of a work on
Alto et al mines. Bigbug district.
T D Sanders aud wife to Irvine
Sanders aud wife, s one half of sw one
fourth and lots .1. t;, sec 28, 14 n 2 w,
G 0 Me.Murtry to W. A Hearing re
lease of mortgage.
Thirteen'miniug location notices.
LEFT HER BABY.
Litchfield. 111.. March 7. A young
woman, apjiareutly 19 or 20 years old,
knocked at the door of the residence
of Mr. aud Mrs. William Dapper in
this city and detiosited a grip on the
porch and asked Mrs. Dapper if she
would hold her child, which was
about one year old. for a few minutes.
Mrs. Dapper took the child, and took
it to the stove to warm it. Time
dragged on, the woman failed to' re
turn. Mrs. Dapper, 1 ..coming alarm
ed, sought the aid of the neighbors,
but none of them hail seen the woman
As the woman did not returu, Mr.
and Mrs. Dapper concluded to open
the grip and found a note addressed
to Mrs. Dapper, which was as follows:
"While 1 do uot know you myself,
! do from hearing of you, and know
t hat you love children so and have
none of your own. 1 trust you will
take care of my little one, for I can
not, and heaven will reward you for
befrieudiug a poor, unfortunate girl.
She comes of good parents, but I can
uot reveal their names. When you
read this your liaby's mother will be
far away, and may heaven bless you
aud forgive me. is a penitent girl's
prayer. The liaby's name is Ruby
Alma. She was lioru February 19,
The Orpheus entertainers will ap
pear at the 1 ake opera house Friday,
March l.'t. the company consists of
Miss Mariaui Eskridge, daughter of
ex Governor Eskridge. of Kansas,
Miss Edith Norman Klock, soprano,
and Miss Katherine DeVere, pianist.
The following press notices from east
ern papers will show their ability as
The pleasant presence and graceful
carriage of Edith Norman Klock, as
well as the quality of her mezzo so
prano voice, was the subject of much
comment aud approval. Chicago In
Edith Norman Klock has a voice of
marvelous sweetness, purity and pow
er, and ii-.s it with the utmost de
lightful effect. She is an artist in the
full sense of the term, and is certain
iy destined to win merit and fame in
the musical world. Omaha Herald.
Seats for this engagement will be ou
sale Wednesday at Brisley Drug Co.
Prices 10 aud 71 cents.
The white employes and the iudians
stood in together recently, at Needles,
v. In n the Santa Fe company under
took to replace the latter with Japan
ese. The company employs Indians
iu the round house at that point, as
wipers and engine hostlers, and the
other day they were all discharged
and their places taken by Japaneee-
The machinists aud other mechanics
about the place promptly dropped
their tools and went ou a strike when
they heard of the change in the
round house. The company's offi
cials held a consultation, and it was
not long until the little brown men
were given the opportunity to hunt
other jobs, and the Indians were back
at their old duties. As soon as the
machinists were notiHed of this they
returned to work. Ex.
(1. R. Hlaseugame. who arrived iu
Prescott ouly a short time ago aud
went right to work to buildiug
houses to -ell and rent has Huisbed
one house ou Eat Carletou street aud
has sold it to Sam Dreyer, one of the
proprietors of the Model Cash Grocery
store, and informs the 'Journal-Miner
that he intends to start iu at ouce to
build another house'and the Hrst fel
low that conies along and wants to
buy it can do so. Mr. Blaseugame has
the right idea of the matter and is
doing work for the city in building
homes for those who desire to locate
in Prescott. Many ieople have lieeu
compelled to leave the city liecause
they could not get houses to live iu.
It is a pretty good iudicatiou for the
town when bouses are scarce, but it
is still lietter for the toxvn if some one
will only build houses fast euough to
; nit late all who wish to locate
in the city.
A shipment of -Maillard's famous
candies just received at Shumate Jk
W . STOMACH
This familv medicine
ill tone up
body, make plenty of rich, red
1 blood, improve the apiietite and al.
soluteh cure sick headache, sour
stomach, indigestion, dyspepsia, aud
malaria, fever anil ague. Be sure to
MINE WARNING NOTICES!
NORTHERN BELL AND .It" BITER.
Notice is hereby giren that the undersign
ed ia the owner of the Northern Bell and
Jupiter mining claims, located in Walker
mining district, Yavapai County. Arizona:
the owner of said property nor the property
itself will not be responsible for any debts
contracted for labor or otherwise during
the time said property is being workd under
lease and bond. (J. G. BRUCHU.
September 4. 1302.
MERTON GROt'l OF Ml N KS.
Notice is hereby given that th. under
signed is the owner of the MerUm group of
claims, located in Pine Grove Mining dis
trict, Yavapai County. Arizona, having
bonded the same to the Cadilac Mining
Company ; the owner of said property nor
the property itself will not be responsible
for anv debts contracted tor labor or other
wise during the time of said bond.
R. M. Dougherty.
June 17, 1902.
BIG BCG SMELTER.
Notice is hereby given that the George
A. Treadwell Copper Company has leased
the Boggs mines, smelter and pipe line, and
that the undersigned will in no way be re
sponsible for debts contracted in opcratir.g
COMMERCIAL MINING CO..
J. S. Douglas. Agent.
October 27, 1899.
Notice is hereby given that the Homestead
mine, located in the Walker milling district,
is now being worked under a bond, nnd that
the undersigned, owner of said mine, will
not be responsible for any labor, accident or
debts of the same which may accrue during
the period of said bond.
Prescott. Arizona. Jan
Notice is hereby given that the Silver Belt
mine, located in the Agua Fria Mining Dis
trict, is now being worked under bond and
lease, and the owners of said property nor
the property itself, will not be responsible
for any debts contracted against said prop
erty during the time of said bond.
MRS. F. BASHFORD.
Prescott, Arizona. May B, 1901.
NIGHT HAWK. Et Al.
The undersigned, owner of the Night
Hawk, White Hawk, and Scottish Chief nun
tng claims, and Night Han k mill site, situat
ed in Pine Grove district. Yavapai county.
Arizona, having bonded the same, will not
be responsible for any debts contracted
ag nst said property during the time of said
Prescott. Arizona. Feb. 1, 1900.
ONTARIO GROUP OF MINES.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
are the owners of the Ontario group of
mines, located in mac nuis miniim oi-
trict, and Ihat we will not be responsible for
any ueois coiiiracieu lor muor or ouierwise , ,,,,,,-ty i90 days after the publication here
against said mining claim by parties work- ! you fail or refuse to contribute your
inn the said Ontario group.
W. W. Munds A Co.
Prescott Arizona. April L ML
APPLICATION FOR A PATENT.
United States Land Office, Prat-
cott, Arizona, January
Notice is hereby given that . I W.
Sullivan, whose postoffice address
is i . esv oil. a.u..ua, lie - in..- -i...
filed his application for a patent for !
1412 linear feet of the Robin.
White Crow aud Combination mine
or vein bearing gold aud silver with
surface ground tiUO fee in
width, on each claim situ
ated in Hassayaniia .Mining ill
trict, county of Y avapai and territory
of Arizona, and designated by the
Held notes and official plat on tile in
this office as survey No. SX. Said
survey No. Iti05 being as follows:
Beiuuiugg at initial monument by the official plat and by the Held
thence s 10 deg .'W ruin w 325 ft to s c notes of survey thereon posted and
e, identical with s c e of location, I now on Hie iu this office, which Held
where a porphyry stone 8x10x24 ins ! uotes of survey describe the boun
set one foot in ground alougside a 1 daries and extent of said claim on
mon of stones 3x3 ft. stone marked
S. C. E. R. No. 1095. Thence u ,:i
deg 30 min w 300 feet to cor No. 1,
identical with s w cor of location.
Whence C S L M No 1132 II D bis s
28 deg 45 min W 800 ft. Thence n W
deg 30 min e 1412 ft to cor No 2 ideu-
tical with n w cor of location. Thence
s 73 deg 30 min e 300 ft to n c e iden
tical with location. Same course 300
ft to cor No3, identical xvith loca
tion. Thence s 16 deg SO min w 1412
ft to cor No 4. identical with loca
tion. Them e n 73 deg 30 min w 300
ft to a c e, th.- plan of liegiuuiug.
WHITK CKOW LODE.
Beginning ai cor No 1 th-j w cor
of location, Whence U S L M No 1132
H D brs n 40 deg 3 min w 11.145. ft.
Thence n 27 deg 30 rnin e 1000 ft to
cor No 2 identical with ;ocatiou.
Thence s 02 deg 30 min e 331 ft to u c e
identical with u c e of location.
Same course 300 ft to cor No 3. which
is also cor No 2 of Combination lode
of this survey. Thence s 27 deg :k
min w 1500 ft to cor No 4. which is
also corJJNo 1 of Combination hale.
Thence n (52 deg 30 min w 300 ft to s
c e identical with location. Same
course 27(5 ft to cor No 1. the place
Beginning at cor No 1. xvhich is
also cor No 4 of the White Crow lixle
of this survey identical with the cor
of the location whence U S L M No
1132 H D brs X 47 deg 42 min w li-.l 4
ft. Thence n 27 deg :) min e 1500
ft to cor No 2 which is also cor No '.
of the White Crow lode. Thence 02
deg 30 min e 300 ft to n c e identical
with location. Same course 300 ft to
cor No 3. identical with n e cor of
location. Theuce s 27 deg 30 miu xv
1500 ft to cor No 4 identical with
location. Theuce u (52 deg 30 min w
300 ft to s c e. identical with loca
tion. Same course 300 ft to cor No 1.
the place of beginning.
Robin Lode - - 11). 441) acres
Whit Crow Lode. 11). s:; 1
acres,less area in conflict
with Robin lode 2.221
acres - - - 17.013 acres
Net area of White Crow
Com 1. 1 nation lode 20.0il acres
Total net area of lode 57.723 acres
This claim is located on uiisii-x eyed
land approximately in twp H n r 2
xv. (J S R M. in Hassayampa Mining
district. Yavapai county. Ariz., and
is bounded ou all sides by govern
Robin Vein extends from initial
mon II 10 deg H mill e 887 ft and s 10
deg 30 mill w 525 ft White Crow vein
extends from discovery tunnel No I n
27 deg 30 miu e i74 ft and s 27 deg
30 miu w 1120 ft.
Combiuatiou vein extends from the
discovery shaft n 27 deg min e 5tW
ft and s 27 deg : min w L.0UQ ft.
The amen. led location of the White
Crow claim is recorded in book 58 of i
mines, pages 50(5-507: amended loca
tion of the Robin claim i- recorded
in book 58 of mines, paires .508-500;
notice of location of Om Combination
claim is recorded in lunik BO of mines,
pages 284 285.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely any portion of said
Robiu. White Crow or Combination
mine or surface ground an reottired
to Hie their adverse claims with ti
Register of the I'nited States Land
Office at Prescott. ill the territory of
Arizona within sixty davs from t lie
first publication hereof, or they will
be barred by the virtue of tin pro
visions of the statute.
FEN. S. HLDRETH. Register.
First publication Jan. i. w
IN THK DISTRICT I'Ol'KT. OF TH K
KOI'RTH .H'DICIAI. DISTRICT. TKI1
R1TORY OF ARIZONA, COUNTY OK
The Slat.- Creek Mining Co
Defendant. Summons No. :551.
Action brought i" the District I'ourt
the Kourth Judicial District, in and for the
county of Y avapai, territory of Arizona.
The territory of Arizona sends greeting to
The Slate Creek Mining Co.
You are hereby summoned and required
to appear in an action brought against you
by the above named plaintiff, in the district
court of the fourth judicial district, in and
for the county of Y avapai, in the territory of
Arizona, and answer the complaint tiled
with the clerk of this court at Prescott. in
.aid county, a copy of which complaint ac-
companies this summons), within twenty
days, levclusive of the day of service), after
k.. umLu nimn von of lie- Sill 1 1 II lOIM. if
served within this county : in all other cases
thirty days, after the service of this Sum
mons upon you (delusive of the day of ser
vice. And you are hereby notified that if you
fail to appear and answer the complaint as
above required, the plaintiff will take judg
ment by default agsiust you and judgment
for costs and disbursements in this behalf
Given under my hand and seal of said
court at Prescott. this 19th day of January
A. D. M J. M. WATTS.
First Publication Jan. 21. 5t-w
Notice For Publication.
Land Office at Prescott. Ariz.. I
Jan. 19. 19UH.
Notice is hereby given that the following
in d settler has ril.-d notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
: claim, and that said proof will be made be-
1 fore Register aud Receiver at Prescott.
Arizona, on Thursday. February 26, 1903.
viz: William Simpson, for the w of se V
se sw U . and lot . sec b, twp 14. r - w.
He names the following witnesses to
ove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation, said laud, viz:
Z. T. Stone. August Troutz. John Weston
James Croxdalc. all of Prescott. Arizona.
FEN S, HILDRETH,
First publication Jan. 21. (w)
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
Prescott. Arizona. Jan. 27. 1903.
To R. F. Stewart and Mrs. Willie I.Stewart.
their Heir and Assigns:
You are hereby notified that I nave ex
pended during the year 1902 One Hundred j
Dollars i $HO) iu labor and improvements
Umiii the Mineral Hill mining clatm.sttuat
iu Walker Mining District, County of Yava-
pai. Territory of Arizona, the notice of loca -
tion whereof is of record in the office of the
Uountv Recorder, in Book 57 of Mines, at
nige 4tii. Mining Records of Yavapai Coon-
ty. Arizona, in order to hold said c ami un
der the provisions of Section 2324 of the Re
vised Statutes of the United States and the
amendments thereto concerning annual
lnhor niMin niiniiur olaim.. it beini? the
j am0unt required tohold said claim for the
! period ending December 31, 1902.
And if. within ninety (10i days from the
personal service of this notice, or within
proportion of said exfienditure as CO owners,
yo r interest in the said mining claim will
become the property of the subscriber, your
co-owner, who has n ade the required ex
penditure by the terms of said Section 2:S24.
First publication Jan. 28, 1903. w
MINERAL APPLICATION NO. -
United States Land Office.
n Mil I II. Arizona, Jan. 1903.
Notice is hereby given that Henry
Murry Lee and Charles Frederick
Reed, by G. W. Middieton, attorney-in-fact,
whose postoffice address is Pres
cott. Arizona, have made application
to the United States for a patent for j
the Moutezuma aud Huron mining
claim lode; claiming ;.' lineal j
feet thereof, bearing gold and silver,
with surface ground GOO feet in
width, situate, lying and being in!
the Hig Bug Mining district. Y'ava
iiai county Arizona, which is more
fully described as to metes and bounds
the surface with magnetic variation
at 14 degrees east as follows, to wit :
I '.eyi lining at discovery shaft No 1,
thence s 8 deg 30 min w 1L55 ft to sc e
identical with s. c. e. of location
whl.-li is also n c e of the Huron j
lode of this survey, theuce n 81
dag :k) miu w 300 ft to cor Xo 1 which j
i aba ecr No I of Huron lode of this
array waaace V s L M No 1538 brs si
47 (leg 55 lain a 118(5.5 ft; thence n 8
cieu' 30 miu e 1500 ft to cor No 2.
themes 81 deg 30 min e 300 ft to
u c e same course 300 ft to cor
No 3. theuce s 8 deg :k min w 15001
to cor No. 4 which is also cor No 3 of
Huron lode of this survey; thence u
SI deg : miu w 300 ft to s c e the j
place of liegiuuiug.
ill' RON LODE.
Begiuing at discovery shaft thence s
8 deg SO miu xv. 1338 ti to s c e. thence
u 81 deg 30 miu w :kw7t to cor No 1,
whence L'SL M No 1538 brs s 03 deg j
53 miu xv 34bVi. 8 ft. theuce u 8 deg :i0 i
min e 1500 ft to cor No 2 xvhich is also '
cor No I of the Montezuma lode of j
this survey, thence I 81 deg 30 miu e
300 ft to n c e, which is also s c e'of
the Moutezuma lode; same course 300
ft to cor N 3 which is also cor X 4
of Moutezuma lode, theuce s 8 deg 30
miu w 1500 ft to cor No . theuce n 81
deg :50 miu w :i00 ft to s c e the place
This claim is located on unsurveyed
land approximately in twp 12 N R 1 E
Q ,v. S R meridian in Big Bug mining
district Yavapai county. Arizona, and
is bounded ou all sides by govern
Moutezuma Lode - - - - 20.(t2 acres
Huron Lode 20.(5(52 acres
Total area of Lode claim 41.:f24 acres
The Moutezuma vein extends from
the discovery shaft 8 deg 30 miu w.
1 136 ft aud n 8 deg :it) miu e 3(55 ft.
Huron vein extends from discovery
kafl s 8 deg mill w 1375 ft and li
8 deg SO miu e 125 ft.
Notices of location of J these
claims are recorded as follows in
the records of Yavapai county.
Arizona : amended location of
Huron iu book t4 of mines, pages
2S-:t0: amended locat ion of Montezuma
iu book ti4 of mines, pages 2(5-28.
Auy ami all persons clainiiug ad
versely any portion ofj said Moute
zuma and Huron mine or surface
ground are required to Hie their ad
verse claims with the register of the
United Stales Land Office at Pres
cott. iu the territory of Arizona,
within sixty days from the first pub
lication hereof, or they will he liarred
l.v virtue of the provisius of the sta
Ken S. Hildrelh. Register.
First publication Jan. 8. D
E. E. BURLINUAME & Co
4CC a v ftFF!f F AND chemical
AJJAl Urritt LABORATORY.
r.!.(l-hfxi in I'olomdo. 16. Samples by man
or expretr receive prompt nnd careful afteniiitB
Goldand Silver Bullion tXL
ConccntratioB Tests l,'V'"
S-l 17S Lawrence Street. DKNVKR. 'OL
Ara due to indigestion. Ninety-nlna of every
one hundred people who have heart trouble
can remember when it was simple indiges
tion. It is a scientific fact that all cases of
heart disease, not organic, are not only
traceable to. but are the direct result of Indi
gestion. All food taken Into the stomach
which falls of perfect digestion ferments and
swells th: stomach, putting it up against the
heart. This Interferes with the action of
the heart, and in the course of time that
delicate but vital organ becomes diseased.
Mr. D. Kxible. of Nevada. O.. says: I had stomach
acubis 2 id ra In a bad state is I had heart trouble.
I 1 loos Kodot Dyspepsia Cure lor about four
eaonths and it cured me.
Kodol Digests What You Eat
and relieves the stomach of all nervous
strain and the heart of all pressure.
Bottles only. SI 00 Sasi heldinr 2S times the trial
site, which sells for 50c
Prepared by E. C. DeWITT OO.. CMIOAQO.
Co.'bii k Botk, and Brisley Drug Co.
DR. !. BAKVBI BLAIN,
DENTIST, BASHFORD BUILD
ING PRESCOTT. PHONE 126.
Contains more general read-
, t . j -
j mg matter, late news and up-
j todate jB
Part of the
In addition to its
j than any Other weekly paper
I J , " .
jn Arizona OUtside of PheniX.
Sample Copies Sent on appllcar
1 r r rr
turn or tarnished to parties
calling at this office.
T . , , -t ,
: IS tne Only paper in .Northern
i r . i Ti
I Arizona Which takes & 1 ele-
graphic Press Report, and is
a member of the Associated
Press. It contains fully fifty
per cent more reading matter
j tOan any OI US Contemporaries
It has in connection with it the
W M W
In .Northern Arizona
and Employs ....
ty Nty &
Its Prices Are Right.
PUMPS and all kinds of
Best Equipped .Machine SiVip
in the citv for 'line a.'td
Sewing Machines. Bic'c'c . Guns. Etc.,
Sold. Rent,-.-:. ReF,-1 i
GAS LAMPS a:;d FIXTURES J
2l7 XV. Uurlcv Street.
PRESCOTT, - - AR!ON V
p. mm & co.
First di ..r north sf
Briu!;n. yer's Hotel.
ElJCtnc Prou 350. Presco;:.Ariz
J. rf. COLLINS,
and Counselors -at-Lax.
Prompt attention (ti.-en t. ou.. of .i
kinds. Will prscte :n sli eonrts Otfier ir
the Itet block, ovtr the poMoScv Pre "
Our xvork on tin
Everything up l
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