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CITY AND COUNTY
From Saturday's Daily.
J. P. Dillon went to Ash 'Fork to
day. Earl Sanford has returned from his
Father Quetu left for Jerome thi.
morniug. . County Recorder Farley cams up
from Pheuix this morning.
Mrs. W. A. Drake went up to Ash
Fork today in private car "iW.'
Mrs. Farrell, one of the charming
legislative clerks came up on this
Mayor Burke and Attorney K. K.
Ell in wood returned on this moruiug's
train from Phenix.
Mrs. Jacobson and daughter ret uniei 1
home to Ash Fork today after a Uriel
visit in Prescott.
Judge R. E. Sloan returned from
Phenix today and will he ready to open
court Monday nioming.
The Austrians raised the money to
pay the fine of their leader and he
waa released from custody.
Mrs. Chas. Piatt was moved to the
Mercy hospital today for a surgical
operation. She is said to be very low.
J. H. Wingfleld, who came to Pres
cott a few days since, is under the
doctor's care with an attack of grippe.
Carpenters commenced work this
morning enlarging the office of the
Congress House. An addition of
seven feet will lie made to it.
Councilman J. X. Woods and As
semblyman W. A. Parr of Navajo
county passed through Prescott this
morning en route to their homes.
Captain Fern had his youthful sold
iers on the street today. They march
ed like veterans and with their home
made guns, looked quite warlike.
Prescott. it is said is to have a new
machine shop and foundry. They will
be located near the ice factory here
the projectors of the new enterprise
have purchased a couple of lots.
J. C. Remington has resigned his
position with K. H. burmister A Sous
company and has accepted a position
with J. V. Wilson, where he will le
glad to see all of his old friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wragovich re
turned from Phenix this morning.
They will leave next week, probably
on Monday, for New York where Mr.
Wragovich has accepted a position.
Assemblyman John H. Page, of Co
oonino county, one of the quartette of
republican members of the house came
up from Phenix this morning and
stopped off for a day in Prescott.
C. F. Cox came in today from his
school in the Vaeger Canyon district.
He has decided not to complete t he
remaining seven weeks of school in
that district and has employed Mis.
Florence Ford to finish the term for
A number of legislators passed
through Prescott today, but Yavajwi's
members did not show up. Yavapai
did not get anything else out of the
legislature and it would be a sort of
rough deal if she should not even get
her members back.
- E. W. Goocb, who has been engag
ed in mining in the Kirkland valley
section for some time, but who has
been spending the winter in San
Diego with his family, left for the
latter place on today's train after a
brief visit to his Kirkland mines.
St. Patrick's ball in Congress was
the largest gathering of the kind ever
assembled in that camp. The enjoy
ment of those present was as complete
as the party was large, and it was a
perfect success both financially and
socially. The entertainment netted
Some important changes are leiug
made in the interior of the New York
store preparatory for the spring trade.
The shoes department is being moved
from near the (iurley street eutraee
and the ready made dress department
will now occupy that place so a better
display of that popular department
can te made.
J. W. Akers, formerly postmaster of
Prescott. is at present superintendent
of the Senate mine near Congress
This property is spoken of as one of
the best in that section outside of the
Congress mine, and it gives promise
of becoming a rival of that celebrated
Governor Brodie jiocket vetoed the
following bills which were passed by
both Houses: The bill providing for
a collegiate institute and manual
training school for Graham county :
the bill permitting county recorder.
to retain fees for making out ab
stracts; bill to repeal the so called
Andrews taxation bill.
Prescott Aerie of Eagles are tiegiu
uing to make arrangements for the
celebration of their first anniversary.
The form of the celebration has not
lieen definitely settled as yet but it is
safe to say that it will be something
grand. The aerie has ouly lieeu or
ganized one year on May 20. and has
nearly 300 members and it is expected
to pass that mark before the anniver
The supreme court has reversed the
lower court in the case of the United
States vs. Joseph Dent et al. The
case was tried in this county the de
fendants being convicted of trespass
ing on forest reserves by the grazing
of sheep thereon, without complying
with the regulations. The supreme
court holds that the law giving the
secretary of the interior authority to
provide a enalty in such cases is un
constitutional. A team from the Ka.-hiou stables
liecanie frightened yesterday In front
of Hotel Burke and ran away. It was
a pretty run and a lucky one too.
The horses went up the street at break
neck speed but kept in the middle of
the street, avoiding all vehicles, made
a turn around a stage in front of the
stables and went inside, where they
came to a stop after the buggy collid
ed with the well curb. The only
damage done was a broken tug.
As an illustration of the consistency
and intelligence ot some of the mem
bers of the legislature, the story is
told on one of them that as chairman
of a committee to which a bill was re
ferred, he made a report recommend
ing its passage. When the bill was up
for final wssage he made a lengthy
speech in opposition to it. The vote
was not taken until the following day
when he voted for it. If thi is not
getting on all sides of a question it is
in order to know what is.
Sheep shearing has commenced at
Cordes and Mayer. Last year the
sheep of that section were shorn
by machine, but sheep owners have
returned to the old way this year of
shearing by hand. It is estimated
that the clip there this year will
amount to about 200,000 pounds,
which at the prevailing price of fif
teen cents r pound, will put the
snug little sum of $3O,0U into the
pockets of the sheep mvu in this
H. II. Smith has just received four
large fancy gates which will le put in
place in front of his handsome resi-
i deuce 111 West Prescott. 1 wo of the
gates will lie placed at the drive way
entrance and two of them at the en
trance to the bouse. Mr. Smith has
recently had a fine cement wall built
along the front of his lot and these
gates will set the place o'tf in fine
-haiie. Mr. aud Mrs. Smith have one
of the nicest homes iu that part of the
From Honday's Daily.
We have oeen having ideal weather
D. T. Darnell came up this morning
V. A. Rowe returned from Phenix
W. S. Goldsworthv went to Phenix
on Saturday night.
Attorney (ieueral E W. Wells came
up from Phenix yesterday.
Picked nines indulged iu a game of
Iwse ball yesterday afternoon.
An election will take place next
Saturday for a school trustee.
R. E. Morrison aud wife have re
turned from their trip to Seattle.
Judge J. J. Hawkins aud T. G Xor
ris came up yesterday from Phenix.
Miss Ear) has been appointed station
agent of the Poland .branch road at
J. E McCoy is expected liack from
Oxuard on Wednesday with his string
C. M. Woods, traveling freight and
passenger agent of the Fricso line,
is iu town.
Sheriff Joe Roberts is able to be on
duty again, although he carries his
arm iu a sling.
Mrs. J. L. Muuds will be a candi
date for school trustee at the elec
tion next Saturday.
The legislature took the care of the
territorial library out of the hands of
The funeral of the late "Jack" Col
lins, which took place on Saturday
evening was largely attended.
Deputy Sheriff Xoble is down from
Ash Fork to assist the sheriff's office
during the special term of court.
J. B. Hocker left this morning for
Los Angeles to purchase some addi
tional vehicles for his livery stable.
E. S. Clark won quite an important
legal victory in the supreme court of
the territory iu the sheep trespass
ine o. r. r. aua r. raiirnaa ni
make a one rate for the round trip to
all parties wanting to attend the Hob-
Some of the ranchers in the Santa
Cruz valley have cut their hay and are
selling it iu Tucsou. At present it
brings $13 per ton.
Read today's press notice concern
ing the Kilties in Los Angeles. You
will not delay long then in the pur
chase of a ticket.
Assemblyman Rowe amused the gal
leries the last uight of the session, so
he was not sent to the legislature in
vain. Phenix Review.
A. J. Dorau came up yesterday from
Phenix where he has been for the past
two weeks assisting the legislature to
close iu proper form.
Edward Dillon, of Hamilton. Can
ada, brother of J. P. Dillon, arrived
in Prescott ou Saturday night and has
taken a position in the latter's store.
A circular just issued by the S. F.
P. and P. railroad coin any announces
the apiointment of Paul P. Hastings
as auditor of the company effective
S. M. Shattiick. travel iug passenger
agent of the lialtimore aud Southwest
ern railroad, came up from Phenix
this morning and will remainjhere for
Mrs. Plattt. wife of Cuder Sheriff
C. M. Piatt, is reported to lie consid
erably improved today and her physi
cians are more hotieful now for her
For a two cent postage stamp sent
to C. A. Snow & Co.. Washington. D.
C, you will receive in return a nice
and convenient vest pocket diary and
The tie pickliug plant of the Santa
Fe Pacific at Bellemont will be re
built aud work will commence this
mouth. The plant was partially des
troyed by fire iu Deceuilier last.
Mrs. W. S. (loldsworhy and Mrs. E.
A. Kastner came up this morning
from their visit to Phenix. W. S.
Goldsworthy who went to Phenix on
Saturday evening returned with them.
Should President lioosevelt be un
able to come to Prescott an excursion
will lie run to the Grand Canyon, to
lerinit all who may desire to see him.
go there on the occasion of his visit.
The United States civil service com
mission announces that on May 5,
1003. an examination will lie held at
the usual places mentioned for the
position of translator and bibliog
rapher. Douald MacCormack. drum major
of the Kilties band, stands seven feet
high iu his socks, being a sort of side
show to the band iu himself. The di
rector of the baud is also somewhat of
a giant being over six feet tall.
Mr. aud Mrs. .1. J. Wragovich left
ou this mm mini's train for Xew York
where they will reside iu the future.
A score or two of tneir friends were
down at the train to bid them good
bye and wish them a safe jouruey.
The funeral of the late Frank Jewett
took place yesterday afternoon from
P. Mohn At Co. 's undertaking mrlors.
Mr. Jewett was very popular among
the colored people of Present! and he
had a large turn out at his funeral.
Prescott was out for an airiug yes
terday. Every one who owned a rig,
or "had the price" seemed to be out
for a drive while the rest of the popu
lation were out for a walk. It was
that kind of weather which makes one
feel glad he is alive.
'.'harles J. (b-orge. tin- well known
mining man. who has interests near
Jerome and in the Hig Bug and lirad-
sbau mountain sections came up on
this morning's train from a trip to
Mexico on mining business. Mr.
(ieorge is a hustler iu mining matters.
Scores made at yesterday's gun club
shoot out of a possible fifty were as
follows: McXonald, 47: Pickett. 43:
Ferguson. 41; Burmister. 3!l; Hard
wick. .'Ci; Wilson, 38; Archamlieau. 37;
Knohlock. 3T; Y.ige. 31 : Parker. 24:
McC'iy. 23. Gut of a juissible 2.". scores
wire made as follows: Marks. 15;
lialliLger, 8: McDonald. 2.
L. Meudenhall. a capitalist of Du
luth. Minnesota, but who spends his
winters iu Pasadena. California, left
on this morning's traiu for a visit to
the (iraud Canyon and the ietritleil
forest. From there he will return to
Pasadena to remain for a short time.
He spent some time in this section
lookiug over the mining resources and
may return here to invest.
Governor Brodie has lieeu iu corres
pondence with President Roosevelt in
an endeavor to get him to visit Pres
cott. Pheuix aud Tucson, aud has
holies of success. At the request of
the president, who wants to take a
gallop in Arizona, Governor Brodie
has secured thirty horses, which will
Ik- at the (iraud Canyon on the occa
sion of his visit there for a ride along
the canyon's rim.
T. J. Howell, an extensive rancher
of Skull Valley, was iu Prescott last
Saturday on business aud made the
Journal-Miner office a very pleasant
call. Mr. Howell says the weather has
not lieen the best for the ranches in
the valley, the cold weather having
hung on so loug that the vegetatiou
was set I nek considerably and did not
attain the growth it should have made
before beginning to blossom. He says
they are beginning to ueed some rain
pretty bad now.
The old Independent Telephone
company has about completed its im
provements for Jerome aud is now
having poles laid lietween here and
Prescott to rebuild the line to Pres
cott. The posts being used are heavy
aud should put an end to all trouble
with the long distance line, which so
often occurs in bad weather. The ex
penditure here of Mr. Wright and his
associates has been heavy, aud. as a
result, we will enjoy a service not ac
corded many more pretentious, towns.
On account of business reasons Mr.
Remington who was to manage the
play "Mother aud Son" for the bene
fit of the library, has been obliged to
resigu. Mrs. Kautz has very kindly
consented to stage Jerome K. Jerome's
popular one act play "Sunset" with
a cast of popular townspeople, to
gether with an illustrated poem,
which will be described later. This
entertainment i to be given under
the auspices of the Monday club, for
the public library on Monday even
ing. April 13. The Prescott orchestra
will play its most popular music ..dur
ing the evening.
J. B. Giraud spent the first of teh
week in the city, on his return from
a short business trip to Prescott.
Tuesday he departed for the Cataract
Canyon country to proceed with the
ovio,ir ri- ..ii.wi i... o,.,
Ld (;old aud piatluum Mines Co.
within the next few weeks work will
eoiumence ou a wagon road from a
point ou the Canyon railroad, down
Cataract Canyou to Supai village.
As soon as this has been completed
work will lie commi need ou a rail
road over the same ground aud the
installation of & gigantic smelter and
electric power plant iu the canyon
begun. This is an enormous under
taking, as the road is well nigh im
passible. Williams Xews, March 21.
The youthful soldiers have attract
ed a great ileal of favorable attention
from our citizens, as well as from
Whipple. A non-commissioned officer
from Whipple came up on Saturday
aud drilled the boys for a couple of
hours. This is one of the most com
mendable things that has yet been
started by Prescott Uiys aud should re
ceive encouragement. It inspires the
youthful heart to patriotism, as well
a- teaches him discipline. One of the
splendid regulations of the company
is that no swearing, smoking cigar
etes or other improper conduct is
permitted. They have a guard house
where those infra -ting the rules are
kept, and the rules are strictly en
forced. Success to the youug militia
From Tuesday's Daily .
The present graud jury i. a good oue.
H. E. Armitage is in town from the
bis visit east.
has returued from
Mrs. T. G. Xorris
R. A. Talbot and family will oc
cupy the Pcutland house.
March weather asserted itself today
by giving us a good touch of wind.
Sheriff Kolierts made a flying trip
to Phenix last uight returning home
The paraphernalia for the Athletic
club has arrived ami the club is now
ready for business.
R. A. Underbill has opened a sales
room for his home made candy in
the Lawler block.
J. W. Xortou aud family have
moved into the Joe Tiernan residence
iu litis addition.
Geo. W. Middletou went out to his
mining camps in the Turkey creek
section this morning.
Geo. W. Hanco the well known
Verde valley rancher, is iu Prescott
on court business.
President indications are that Sat
urday's election for a school trustee
will be an interesting one.
John (iiindall will erect a building
ou Cortez street on the second lot
north of the Prescott hotel this sum
mer. A base ball team has lieeu organized
iu Prescott. As Whipple has a team
some lively games may lie expected
in the near future.
Miss Daisy Dayton, a well known
young lady, has opened an office iu
room 20. liashford block, where she
will do stenography and tpye writing.
Contractors are directed to the pro
posals for hid- advertised in the Journal-Miner.
The proposals wanted are
for the erection of buildings at Whip
ple. The board of dirts-tors of the free
nailing room will hold a meeting to
night at the Congregational parsonage,
business of importance will lie con
sidered. The Ladies Aid society of the M. K.
church will hold its regular meeting
tomorrow, Wednesday, afternoon at
2 :3o o'clock at the residence of Mrs.
E. A. Kasm-y.
Some nice little rain showers visit
ed this section today. Two or three
days of storms would prove of great
advantage to the entire country at
the present time.
E. H. Howell, the genial aud ac
commodating clerk at the Hotel
Hurke. has sufficiently recovered from
a short sjiell of sickness to be at his
post of duty again.
School election takes place next
Saturday. T. 11. Xorris is the retiring
memlier of the board. He has made
a good trustee and is lieiug urged to
stand for re-election.
The court room aud furnishings at
the court house have been treated to
a nice -oat of paint and varnish and
otherwise nicely fixed up, which adds
very greatly to the apiearance of the
This morning's northbound traiu
was over an hour late owing to a dis
abled engine. The accident occurred
near Hillside station aud an engine
had to lie sent from Prescott to finish
the run to Ash Fork.
The Southwest Miners' association
which had its headquarters in Los An
geles has closed its doors and disband
ed. Its valuable mineral exhibit
was turned over to the Los Angeles
chamber of commerce.
Justice Talbot heard the case of P.
J. Stanley vs. The Cold Liuk Mining
company this afternoou, but has not
rendered his decision iu the case yet.
The suit was for the recovery of $8."i
which the complaint claimed was
due him for wages.
Col. William Christy of Phenix
died at his home there last night.
He had been a sufferer from asthma
for a great many years, finally resid
ing in his deatth. He was about ti2
years old aud was one of the most
promiueut citizens iu the Salt river
The engagement of Milton Tregal
lis, the popular salesman and actor,
and Miss Henrietta Towles. has been
a sort of open secret for some time in
society circles, and is now made pub
lic. Mr. Tregallis has just purchased
a lot on Xorth Pleasant street on
which he will erect a neat little cot
tage in which they will reside.
The Women's Christian Temjier
ance Union added five new members
to its roll at a meeting held yesterday
at the residence of Mrs. E. C. Payne.
F. L. Wright of the Prescott Electric
Co. was given a vote of thanks for
agreeing to blow curfew with the
power house whistle, at 8::i0 each eve
ning. The Union also endorsed the
caudidacy of Mrs. J. L. Mimds for
E. H. Peoples aud family left today
for Los Angeles where they expect to
make their future home. Mr. Peoples
will probably engage in the tailoring
business iu that city. During the
seven or eight years Mr. Peoples has
been a resident of this city he has
made many friends who will regret to
see him and his estimable wife leave
Prescott but who wish them success
and happiness in their new home.
The Epworth League of the M. E
church held a business meeting last
evening at which the following were
eh cted officers: Miss Amelia Block,
president ; Arthur Oyer, first vice
president: Mrs. H. W. Hortou. second
vice president: Miss Alice Young,
third vice president : Stewart Jacobs,
fourth vice president: D. D. Philips,
secretary; Miss Louise Penny, treas
urer, and Mrs. H. W. Horton, organ
ist. Word was received in Prescott today
that the sheep corral belonging to J.
A. Pitts, at Ash Fork, was burned to
the ground last uight. Mr. Pitts is
iu Prescott iu attendance at court aud
has not learned the cause of the fire.
Besides the loss of about MOO in
money the fire will be a serious incon
venience to the sheep men in thai
neighborhood as it was the iutelitiou
to begin shearing in this carral iu a
day or two.
The travel to the (iraud Canyon of
Arizona by the railroad from Wil
liams is increasing and each traiu on
the Santa Fe main line brings its
quota of tourists bound for the Can
yon. The tourists complaiu of the
insufficient hotel accommodations at
the Canyou, and it is expected that
the railroad company will remedy the
complaint this year by building a new
aud commodious hotel ou the brink
of the (irand Canyon. Coconino Sun.
A number of oil locations were re
corded in the recorders office here.
The oil bearing country is located
seven miles northwest of Winslow and
lies in both Cocouiuo aud Xavajo
counties. The indications for oil are
said to lie good, aud au experimental
well will probably be put down at an
early date to test the Weld. The loca
tions were made by Winslow and
Flagstaff parties and they hope that
they have another Beaumont oil Held.
A party of the stock holders of the
great Iron King group of miues locat
ed near Val Verde arrived in Prescott
from Xew York Suuday night and left
for the miues Monday morning. The
party consisted of the following per
sous : A. S. Kimlierly, of Xew York,
secretary ot the company; J. K. Huru
ham aud wife, of Kansas City: Thus.
J. Roberts, of Xew York:' Walter B.
Bellbrook. Xew York and Mrs. Ben
Hlauchard. wife of Suieriutendeut
I Ham-hard, of Kaunas City.
Arrangements have lieeu made for
sounding curfew at 8::t0 each evening
by the blowing of the electric light
whistle. If parents would do their
duty by their children there would lie
no need of curfew. Of late however
crowds of boys can be seeu ou the
streets uutil a late hour at night aud
if one stops and listens to the conver
sation of many of them, he will hear
language that would send a cold chill
down the back of au old sailor. The
curfew is needed and it should lie
AN EASTER BALE.
The Christian Endeavor society of
the Congregational church will give
an Kaster sale at L O.O. K. hall from
2 o'clock to ! p. m. next Saturday,
There will be a large collection of
useful articles offered tor sale such
as garden hats and bonnets, dusting
caps, aprons, handkerchiefs, fancy ar
ticles, and souvenirs for Easter gifts.
There will lie booths with home made
candy and lemonade, liesides tables
where sandwiches, cake and coffee
will be served.
During the evening sixteen girls will
give a hoop drill and choruses, which
will be an interesting feature of the
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take laxative Broino Quinine Tab
lets. All druggist refund the money
if it fails to cure. H. W. Grove's
signature ort each lox. 25c
PHENIX BOND ELECTION.
On April 15 the City of Phenix will
vote on a proposition to issue Uinds
for a new water works system to lie
owned by the municipality. There
is at present a very good water system
owned by a private corporation, which
supplies the city's needs. In tact the
system is said to lie one aliove the
average, while its rates compared with
that of other cities are sai l to lie rea
souable and not exorbitant. The
Jourual-Miner has no special interest
in the Phenix water works but if it
had it would certainly oppose the
Prescott's experience with munici
pal ownership has certainly not been
of a nature that would induce oue to
endorse such a proposition, as it has
been a constant source of expense to
the city ever since it was first started.
It is true that considerable unneces
sary experimenting has been done
one of these experiments being the ex
penditure of $14,000 received from the
sale of the old city hall, in a hole
drilled in Goose Flat. A very large
proportion of the money, however, has
been judiciously expended but the re
sults have uot been by any means
beneficial to the city.
In addition to paying a good water
rate, the city has been compelled to
take money raised from taxation to
pay interest, the system never having
lieen self supporting.
Were the capital city just starting
its first water system, it would be well
to consider well the step before tak
ing it, except that was the only means
of securing a water supply. Or were
it a proposition to secure control of
the present system, there might be
some argument used for the issue of
the bonds. But to inaugurate a water
system in opposition to oue already
established, aud to euter into compe
tition with it looks like the height of
folly, viewing it from this distance
and with the exjierience of Prescott
fresh in our mind.
An investigation into the details of
the working of the Prescott system
might furuish some valuable pointers
to Pheuix voters.
One of the bills passed by the recent
legislature provides- that "hereafter
no franchise for any public utility
shall be granted to any person, per
sons, company, corporation or asso
ciation by any municipal corporation
or the authorities thereof in the terri
tory of Arizona, to be maintained or
operated by any private person, per
sons, company, corporation or asso
ciation, iu any municipal corporation
in this territory unless authorized to
be granted by a majority vote of the
qualified voters of such municipal
corporation at a rrritilar election held
in said municipal c i ition."
For about the ninety seventh time
the announcement is again made that
the long pending negotiations be
tween th? Oregon Short Line and the
sau Pedro, Los Angeles and Salt Lake
railroad III f nlfM. the latter the
property of W. A. Clark, of Montana,
has been finally and entirely consum
mated. By the terms of agreement
the S. P., L. A. and S. L. road will
run trains over the Oregon Short Line
tracks south of Salt Lake City, and
that portion of the Harrimau system
will be turned over to Senator Clark.
A telegram from Los Angeles .-ays
! hat on Saturday uight three masked
men held up a trolly car that was
bound from that city to Santa Moni
ca. When the motorman aud con
ductor showed resistance the robbers
began firing their pistols, killing one
passenger and injuring three others.
After a skirmish they made good their
The Williams Xews says: "It is easy
to fall from grace if only the right
-ort of temptation is offered, and
enough of it." In the same issue a
lengthy meutiou was made of the fall
of Councilman Ashurst during the ses
sion of the legislature. Whether there
was any connection between the two
items was left for the reader to con
jecture. The Congressional Record prints
as an appt udi I to a speech by Mr.
Littlefleld a li.-t of trusts in the Unit
ed States. The list was compiled by
the congressional information bureau:
it covers six pages of the Record and
gives the names of the trusts with au
aggregate capitalization of nearly
$14, IKUt, 000, 000.
(tood progress is being made iu the
construction of the new ware house of
the Samuel Hill Hardware company
in West Prescott. adjoiuiug the elec
tric light plant. When completed a
spur will he built to it by the rail
Senator Deiew, iu his speech on
the Panama canal treaty, exploded the
idea that the railroads were opposed
to au isthmian canal. President Kip-
ley of the Santa Fe did the same iu a
letter written recently by him.
Senator Morgan has at least proved
his title to be known as a wonderful
old man. He has uttered L, 307,000
words against the Panama canal treaty
to date. Shakespeare ouly wrote 80O,
iK in all his works.
The president may call au extra ses
sion of cougress but it will not be be
fore the loth, of November and will
be called then only to get the Cuban
treaty legislation out of the way of
the regular session.
The Washington postotiice require.
136 clerks while Cleveland. with great
er revenues, requires but 185. The
entire difference is due to the frank
ing privilege accorded government
Microphones so delicate, have lieeu
made, that with one the groans of a
dying fly can be heard. To most peo
ple the knowledge that the fly is dy
ing alfords sufficient satisfaction,
There is un organized movement
which is said to be supported by the
national bankers against flat currency.
A press propaganda is lieing conduct
ed against it from Washington.
There may have lieen more truth
than poetry in the belief that cream
would encourage a budding mustache.
Dr. Halzer says lactic acid is an ex
cellent nair tonic.
Senator Aldrich will press his tin
ancial bill, in some form, next ses
sion anil the l-'owler bill is doomed.
This couutry suppiles Ave sixths
the cotton used in British mills.
C. A. Godley. president of the Ideal
company of which mention was made
iu these columns a few days ago, left
for his home in Boston today after a
few days spent iu this section. While
here arrangements were completed for
the extensive development of the
property belonging to the company
besides the property on Groom creek
known as the Blake property, which
has just been bouded by the company
and ou which work has just begun,
three shifts having been put to work
yesterday. This proierty will be de
veloped as fast as three shifts of men
can do he work anil gives promise of
being a fine proposition. Mr. Godley
is greatly in love with Yavapai county
aud will probably be a regular visitor
to this section now as he has become
so vitally interested in the develop
ment of our mining resources. This
is the kind of meu the Jourual-Miner
likes to see become interested in this
country, meu who have money and
who are willing and ready to take
hold aud develop our wonderful miu
Robert DeLarge. who designed a
stamp mill for a mining company op
erating ou Turkey creek has just com
pleted the construction of the mill.
It is said to lie oue of the finest mills
iu the territory. Mr. De Large is a
mill man of great experience and has
introduced some new features in the
construction of them which it is
thought will add materially to it in
the way of saving values, in amalgam
ating gold ores. The concentrators
for the mill have not arrived yet but
otherwise the mill is completed ready
for operation. The company is engag
ed at present in developing a water
supply for the mill. As the source of
this supply is about two miles from
the location of the mill a pipe line
is being laid to conduct it to the mill
The Hoyt Mining ompauy is adver
tising its entire property for sale, for
the purKise of winding up its busi
ness. Included in its holding are five
mining claims in Walker district
which are offered for sale.
The Penu Gold Mining company is
still experiencing great difficulty iu
handling the flow of water encounter
ed at the 700 foot level of the Mud
Hole mine. The big pump of the com
pany is throwing out au immense vol
ume of water constantly but it makes
but little effect on the quantity in the
mine. It is stated that the company
will shortly install pumps of very
much greater capacity.
The democrats iu the senate under
the leadership of Mr. Gorman are
planning a concerted attack on the
lo . -lev turiff 1,11,1 the u-h.,!.. ... , 1 1 e v of
. in Walker Mining District, County of Y'ava- j name of the corporation shall be the Tono-
protection. pgjj Territory of Arizona, the notice of loca U1t-, Treasure Mining Company. The prin-
I tion whereof is of record in the office of th ,-ipnl place i:i w hich the business of this cor
County Recorder, in Book 57 of Mines, at ration shall be transacted is the city of
"IsupiKise 1 must kill something page 460. Mining Records of Yavapai Coun- Wescott, county of Yavapai. Territory of
0 . . : : . 1 . . L. . 1 .1 : J " I . , .. i i i. ao
aud it might as well be this," seems
to be the sentiment with which the
democrats met every administration
Japanese youug noblewomen have
takeu to the bicycle aud to fencing.
The athletic young American woman
will soon have to look to her laurels.
The subject of Captain Hobson's
lecture is "The American Navy, Its
Tradition and Victories." The lec
ture is described as a very interesting
one. The Wiufield. Kansas, Courier
speaking of his lecture, says:
He seems to have made that his life
study, and the history, particularly
naval, of his couutry is at his fingers'
ends. Some might even deprecate his
enthusiasm, his ideas are so large,
aud his belief iu the power and the
possible future of his country so
great, but enthusiasm creates enthus
iasm, and when he cites historv to
prove that the American Navy, though
comparatively small, is the ouly navy
that never suffered defeat: when he
tells of the growing commerce which j
must in time to come lie dependent on
t he navy, his hearers are forceil to be
lieve with him that ours should be the
greatest navy ou the seas. He is also
optimistic ou the subject of American j
.lerotton to i.rineiole which he nrnrPH
to lie far greater than the love
money. He hopes to see the time
when the Monroe Doctrine
crossed the Atlantic, and China shall
lie oieued up as Jaian was opened up,
not as India was. and Africa is being
coliMiiereil. W lieu that mighty uavy
comes. America will have power to
dictate peace to the world, with the
mighty arm of her navy.
Try au ad iu the Journal-Miner.
Consumption is a human
weed flourishing best in weak
lungs. I. ike other weeds its
easily destroyed while young;
when old, sometimes im
possible. Strengthen the lungs as you
would weak land and the
weeds will disappear.
The best lung fertilizer is
Scott's Emulsion. Salt pork
is good too, but it is very hard
The time to treat consump
tion is when you begin trying
to hide it Irom yourself.
Others see it, you won't.
Don't wait until you can't
deceive yourself anv looser.
Begin with the first thought
to take Scott's Emulsion. If
it isn't really consumption so
much the better; you will soon
forget it and be better for the
treatment. If it is consump
tion you can't expect to be
cured at once, but if you will
begin in time and will be
rigidly regular in your treat
ment you v ill win.
Scott's Emulsion, fresh air,
rest all you can, eat all you
can, that's the treatment and
that's the best treatment.
We will send you
a little of the Emul
IV ..ire llial ttiM picture in
I a label is on Ihc
M bottle ol
l.i.iul-ton you buy.
SCOTT & BOWNE.
4')0 Pearl St., N. Y.
50c w fl: all druggists.
MINE WARNING NOTICES!
NORTHERN BELL AND JUPITER.
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 C-uonty. Arizona ;
the owner of said property nor the property
itself will not be responsible for any debts
contracted for labor or otherwise daring
the time said property is being worltd under
lease and bond. C. G. BROCHT.
September 4. 1002.
MERTON (iROl'P OF MINKS.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed is the owner of the Merton 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 its. if will not be responsible
for anv debts contracted tor labor or other
wise during the time of said bond.
R. M. Dougherty.
June 17, 1002.
BIG BUG 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 iu operating
COMMERCIAL MINING CO..
J. S. Douglas. Agent.
October 27, 1899.
Notice is hereby given that the Homestead
mine, located in the Walker mining district,
is now being worked under a bond, and that
the undersigned, owner of said mine, will
uot be responsible for any labor, accident or
debts of the same which may accrue during
the period of said bond.
Prescott. Arizona. Jan. 8. 1900.
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.
HUGH McCRL M.
Prescott, Arizona. May M, 1901.
NIGHT HAW K. Et Al.
The undersigned, owner of the Niht
Hawk, White Hawk, and Scottish Chief min
tng claims, and Night Hawk 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 owaers of the Ontario group of
mines. located in Black Hills mining dis
trict, and that we will not be responsible for
any debts contracted for labor or otherwise
against said mininK claim by parties work
ing the said Ontario group.
W. W. Munds A Co
Prescott Arizona. April L 1901.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
Prescott, Arizona. Jan. 27, 1!)03.
To R. F. Stewart and Mrs. Willie L Stewart, i
their Heir and Assigns:
You are hereby notified that I have ei- I
nded during the year 19U2 One Hui.dred 1
ars-ifldOi in labor and improvements
i upon the Mineral Hill mining claim.situiite
ty. Arizona, in order to hold said c aim un
der the provisions of Section 2:124 of the Re
vised Statutes of l he United States and the
amendments thereto concerning annual
labor upon mining claims, it being the
amount required to hold said claim for the
period ending December .11. l!r2
And if. within ninety (90) days from the
personal service of this notice, or within
ninety 190) days after the publication here
of, you fail or refuse to contribute your
proportion of said expenditure as co owners,
your 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 2324.
First publication Jan. 28. MOCi. w
Notice For Publication.
Land Office at Prescott. Ariz., i
Jan. 19, 1903.
Notice is hereby given that the following
naiiKd settler has tiled notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore Register and Receiver at Prescott.
Arizona, on Xtani y, February 26, 1903,
viz: William Simpson, for the w ' of se Kj.
se Vj bw '4, aud lot 7 sec 6. tup 14. r 2 w.
He names the following witnessess to
prove his continuous residence upou. aud
cultivation, said land, viz:
Z. T. Stone. August Troutz, John Weston.
James Croxdale. all of Prescott. Arizona.
FEN S, HILDRETH,
First publication Jan. 21. (w)
Survey No. 1636.
Notice of Application for Mineral
Patent No. 604.
V. S. Laud Office. Prescott. Ariz., i
March 14. 1!W3 (
Notice is hereby given that the Groom
Creek Gold Mining company, a corporation.
as tin- crantee o! 1 Kiec. bv its attor
ney-in-fact. E. M. Sanford. will make appli-!
I cation for a patent for the following HsMi
and described mining claims situate in the
H:i ....e. i.;, iiiiniiur district Yuvaoai conn.
j ty. Ariona. and described by the official j
j P'H herewith posted, and by the field notes
i on tile in tne omce 01 tne ttegister 01 tin-
Land Office, t rescott. Arizona, as follows, !
NEW YEAR'S TEST
Beginning at corner No 1, whence ci-r to
gees 25. 26, ;io. '.Hi. ta p 13 11. r 2 w bears s
deg ) min w U.'W feet : thence 8 deg :i
min w 14t.7 ft to cor lio 2: aM deg 22 min
e 300 ft to S 0 E 111011 and Ml ft to cor BoS;
north deg 3 min e 1 7 ft to cor Xo I : n
BteVg 22 mill w 300 ft to N C E 111011 and Ui
ft to pfeHM of beginning.
Beginning at cor No 1 identical with eor
So I of i-v Year's Test : thence 11 .', dey :!1
min w 1330 ft to eor Xo 2: 8 HO deg 22 min e
:XX1 f t N C E mon and UX) ft to cor No 3: 8 5 !
rt,., 31 min ,- 1KB ft to eor Xo 4 : 11 H' dt a 22 I
min w :)0ft to S I tt to place ;
Beginning at eor No 1. whence hii1 . .-
14 1,, in w :colft- tli.i,, .
s)i;ideg22 mine. 100 ft to S CE mon and
am ft to cor No 2; n ! deg lo min w 1241 ft
to cor No 3 : n H deg 22 min w :1U ft to N C
E mon and (XX) ft to cor No 1 : s ! deg 15 min
e 1241 ft to place of beginning.
Beginning at cor No 1, whence said sees I
cor bears s 81 deg 40 min v 3.34.2 ft : th, nc,
sK0deg22miu e 200 ft to NCI BM
400 ft to cor No 2: s d.-g 3 min 1 Jss.7 fi
to cor No 3 : n M deg 22 min u 150 ft tuSC
E 111011 and 3X ft to cor No 4 : thence 11 2dea
12 min e 142. ft to place of beginning.
Beginning at cor No 1. identical with cor
No. 1-1 of the Molly and i'earl lodes: thence
s 89 deg 22 min e 200 ft to S (' E 11:011 and
4Ui ft to cor No 2; 11 5 deg 31 min w U8B ft to
cur No 3: u 8!deg 22 min w 7.'i ft t.. N C
mon and 150 ft to fcor Xo 4 : I fi dig 17 min I
w 1327 ft to plat e of beginuitg.
Beginning at cor No 1. whence said i-,vs
cor bears s HOdeg 15 min w 27H7 ft : th. bb
s 8 deg 14 mill e 1500 ft to cor No 2: iStdtl
22 min e 170 ft to cor No 3, identical with
cor No 4. Mollie survey: n 2 deg 12 min e
1482.H ft to cor Xo 4: thence 11 8!deg 22 mia
WL-2U.8 ft to X C E mon and 441.611 t. plae.
P..,.i,,if,u nt ctr o 1. whence said aaal
cor bears s i8 deg 40 min w 2814.C ft : then,.-:
n 64 deg 2 min e 315 ft to S C E mon and t; 'n
ft to cor No 2: n 7 deg 35 min 840 ft to m
No 3: s 64 deg 2 min w 31S ft to X C E mon
and 630 ft to cor No 4 : s 7 deg 35 mil, c S40 ,
ft to place of beginning
Beginning at cor No 1. whence -aid m cs
cor bears 11 H5dcg 7 min w 2257.7 ft : lliera-e
11 8 deg 14 min w 625 ft to cor No 2: 11 84 deg
40 min e 3U ft to BOI mon and i!U ft to
cor No 3: 8 8 deg I t mine 6-5 (t to est NoJ :
s 84 deg 10 min w JiX ft to S C E mon and
600 ft to place of b, ginning.
Beginning at cor No 1. whence said Btvtfl I
cor bears s 70 deg 8 min w 2321 .5 ft : then. ,
n 84 deg 40 min e 340 ft to S C E mon and !
6t ft to cor no 2: a 24 deg 58 min e BBM It
tocorXo3:n 8 di g 28 min !Xio ft to aor I
No 4: s 84 deg 40iniu w 310 ft to N CK mon
and 620 ft to eor No 5: s 7 deg 58 mm w 712
ft to eor No 6 : I 24 deg 58 min w 750 ft to
place of Ix-giiming.
Beginning .it cor Xo 1 whence said
cor bear- s 72 deg 57 inin w 2354.2 ft : thence ,
n 11 deg 1 min w 271 ft to cor Xo 2 : n 1 d--g
10 min w 1016 ft 10 cor No 3: n 57 deg Ism in ;
aSH ft to N C I 11 1011 and 600 ft to e. : v
s 1 deg 10 min I 1016 (t to cor No 5 ; .- 1 1 d g
I min e 271 ft to cor no 6; 57 deg 48 min i
MM loSCE Mon and J ft to place of be
Var 14 deg e.
ADJOINING CLAIMS ARE:
NVw Year Test S. Alma. E. Dora, sur
vey No 1540: S. Excelsior. W. Moliy. Alina
N. Moscow. E. Millsite (unknown and un
surveyed i. S. New Years Test. W. Wonder.
Moscow V Keystone, .. t,-mw lnacr. n.
.i,a. w unknown .,,,! unsurveyed. Molly
X. Wonder. Irish Girl. E. New Years Test.
s. Xyster, w. ivarl. Wonder H. Why Not,
K x'l- .Moi;-. vv. Irish Girl. Why N .t.
I'earl Irisn inn. c. Aiouy, .so-r .
Fr . W. Ninety five, survey No. 1.VT7. Little
Giant. Irish Girl-N. Why Not. I Wo .
dir. S. Pearl. Molly. W. Little (iiant. Lit
tie l bant N. W hy Not. E. Irish Girl. Pearl.
S. Ninety Five, survey 1567. W. 0ougl No.
2, survey No. 1569. Why Not N. unknown I
and unsurveyed, E. Wonder. Irish Girl. S.
Irish Girl. Little Giant. W. Douglas No. 2.
survey No. 1560. Carlo. Carlo N. unknown
and unsurveyed. E. Why Not.S. Why Not.;
Douglas No. 2. survey No. 1560. W. Douglas
No. 2. Survey No. 1560 and unknown aud
New Years" Test, less conflict with
Dora, survey No. 1549 20.O7
Little Giant, less conflict with
Doutflas No. 1'. survey 1569
Carlo, less conflict with Douglas No.
No. '-. survey No 1569
Total area L!4.600
Said roup of claims lies in said sections
The course and length of the lodes are
from N. C. E. to S. ('. E.of each claim, ex- !
iviit the Why Not. runs from N. C. E. s8
d.-g b) min w Krj ft : thence 650 ft to S C E:
and Pearl, runs from N C E s '1 deg :t) min
e 775 ft : thence 715 ft to cor No. 3.
The notices of location are recorded in
the Mining Records in the office of the
County Recorder of Yavapai County. Ari
zona, as follows:
Name Book 1'age
Moscow 33 50
AVhy Not 33
Little (iiant 46
New Years Test 47
Irish Girl.... 59
Any and all persons claiming adversely
any portion of said lodes or surface ground
or any rt thereof, are required to tile
their adverse claims wivh the Register of the
U. S. Land Office at Prescott. Arizona, dur
ing the 60 days fieriod of publication hereof
as thereafter all adverse claims will be
Fen S. Hildreth.
First publication Mar. 18. 1903. w
Articles of Incorporation
To NO P A H-TR F. ASl R E MlNING
Know All Men By These Presents, that
we. the undersiKned resideuts of the city of
Los Angeles. State of California, have thii
day associated ourselves toKether for the
purpose of organizing and conducting a cor
poration under the laws of the Territory of
Arizona, and to that end we do hereby cer
tify the following:
The names of the corporators are W. D
: Clir. S. Monlut and F. F. Hoard, and the
rizona. and its principal branch office
-h II h. rii. .-itv of Los Anffeles. Stat-of
1 t'alilornia. It may maintain such other
branch offices, cither within or without the
I Territory of Arizona, as its board of direct
ors may staolish. At sacn oraacn otnc -s tne
first and subsequent meetings of its rxiard
! of direct. .rs ...ml stockholders may be held
a.id any or
all of its corporate business
The purpose tor which this corporation is
organized i-to engage i.i the general busi
ness of buying, selling, owning and operat
ing mines and mining properties of every
kind aid character, and doing all things
necessary and incidental to the proper con
duct of a general mining business in said
T. rritorv of Arizona arid els w here, not m
I consistent with the laws of the United States ,
. ,,f s .id X iriiory of Arizona.
The capital stock of this corporation shall
I be $1,500,000, divided into 1.500.000 shares of
the par value of $1 each. At such tune as
the b.ird of directors may by resolution
direct, mid capital stock shall be paid in to
th:- .rp-.ir:-.!i... : - :cii payment maybe
either la t-asi. t by la and transfer to
it of real am! i rsoua! p ' iperty for the ases
and purioecs of said corisiration, or by ser
vices rendered said corporation, and shares
of said capital may lie then issued, and such
shares so issued shall thereupon and thereby
become and be fully jnid up and forever
non-assessable, and. in the absence of actual .
frnnd in the transaction, the judgment of 1
the directors as to the value of the property
purchased. r si rvices rendered su.d cor
IHiratiou. shall be conclusive.
The existence el ih:.- corporation shall be j
deemed to commence at the date upon .
which the duly certified copy of these Ar
tides of Incorporation shall lie filed with 1
the Secretary of Arizona, and the terraina-
' tion thereof shall be twenty five years there
after, subjivt to reLcwal before such termi
nation, pursuant to the law.' of said Ter
ritory. The affairs of this corporation shall be
conducted by a board of seven directors and
named iiersons shall consti
tute said board of Directors until their suc-
e-ssors ma be duly elected : r.r. itoara.
. O D Whit:,, v. i-'. E. H,istu:,-k. S. Mol'iux.
E. R. Smith. A. F. Taggart and Char: - I.
Bow lus. Then after the bonrd of directors
snail he elected irom among :r.-. si.icKnoia
ers as the by-laws of the corm ration may
may provide, except that for tne purpose of
electing directors, and that only, hat is
known as the cumulative system of voting is
hereby adopted .
The greatest amount of indebtedness,
either direct or contingent, to which this
corporation may at any time subject itself,
The st.H-kholtlers of this corporation and
their private projierty shall Ik- foreTer ex
empt from all eorporute debts and liabil
ities. In wituesJ whereof, we have hereout set
our hands this i.Mh 'day of February. A.
W I). CLAIR.
r. F. HOARD,
( Seal )
1 Seal )
Count ol LosAngiles.
On this :5th day of K.
before inc. Alfred W. Allen, a notary public
in and forth, (,-untyol Los Angeles. Mate
of Californi 1. -rsonii!ly appeared W. D.
Clair. S. Motilux and K. V. Hoard, known to
me to be the persons described iu. whose
11:11111 s arc subscribe d to. and who executed
the annexed and foregoing instrument, and
they and each of them actaiowledged to me
that theyesecnt, d the same for the pur uses 1
and i-onsid, rations then in expressed.
In witress whereof. 1 have hereunto set !
my hand and affixed my official seal at my j
office in said County and St.it.- the day and
year in this- certificate fir-t ahov, written.
rNotarial eal. .Wfr.fl W. Allen.
Rotary 1'uhlic in and for the County of Los I
Augeiis. state of OaHdwHla
My coiiimis-dou expires July 21st. !fii6.
. Recordid at reaoest of Iloneer Inrest-
meiil ,V Trust OaBBJpBJ at 1 :50o'cloc!: p 111. 1
March 2.:. A. P. MR,
P. J. Karley.
Territory of Arizona. 1
Cuntvof avaiiai. '
I. 1'. .1. Karlev. Countv Recorder, in ami
for the County of Yavai. Te.-ntoiy of Ari
zona, do hereby certify that 1 hare com
pared the foregoing copy with the original
l . - I " T.,. ..uK
1 ; .1 1, 1 u ,1., , 1 , I' ll m ,,,e .............
Treason- Mining Company. Med and re-.
r.li (1 in my omce oil me .,ni uay 01 I
March. 1HKI. in book Xo. . of Articles of
Iiicoriratiou. at sigi I hi reef it seq.,
and that MM Bum is a full. !ru, and correct
copy of .-ucli 01 igina! and tli. whole Ummbw,
In iti.ess whereof. I have hereunto - '
1111 hand and seal ot orm-- tnis ..,ra aay ot
Sealj V.J. Farley.
C,,u ty Recorder iu and for the Comity of
avaii. Territory of Arizona.
First publication March 23. 1303.
J. S. Acker & Co.,
Real Estate, Insurnnce,
MINb AM! mm STOCK MflKEK
Suite 4, Union Block, Prescott.
Don't buy thump boxes or azo-
nv tanks with pretty cases and
mandolin attachments, such as
irresponsible nomadic peddlers
palm off 3s !iis:h strode instru
ments, but if you insist on that
kind of goods we can supply you
for $175.00 to $200.00, etc.
We would much rather sell you an instru
ment that can be guaranteed, such as the
Baldwin Co.'s Pianos awarded grand
prix and cross of the Legion of Honor, Paris
Exposiuon. 1900. The HAMILTON, made
by the Baldwin Co., diploma and silver
medal, Paris, 1900. The Checkering &
Sons, Be hr Bros., Fischer, Mason &
Hamlin, Kimball Pianos. Terms Easy.
The Pianola, Angelus and Sim-
n 1 e v luilf.Ptavpre
r ' 1
MUSIC. STRINGS and MUSICAL MER
CHANDISE. New music at half price.
Popular 10c music.
Rede will Music Co.
v - tre the pioneer piano and music mes-"
ot the southwest and carry the largest stock
south of Sun Francisco.
Santa Fe, P. & P. R. H Co.
Time Schedule Now in Force.
SOITM BOt ND NORTH BOL'ND
I I'd First
5 I class class
No. -J No. 4
' daily daily
4. M. P. M.
5 : 5 35iLv .Ash Fork.
6 00 5 59 Meath ...
6:7 6 071 . . . . Rock Butte
P. M. P. M.
Ar 1 15,
6 5! , r n . J M a a avi A A
in .i wii-r oiimt- ii
6 34 Valley H 07 4 14
Del Rio 11 W 4 00
.Jerome Junction. . 11 43 3
. iranite 11 2J 2 46
P. A E. Junction. 11 16 2 25
.Prescott 0? 2 05
10 55 1 16
H 46 8 25
12 50i 8 B
12 57' 8 :S
1 06 8 1.1
1 2. H
1 7 0 14
Iron Springs. . .
13-Mile Spur . . .
Skull Valley. . .
10 32' 12 46
10 29(13 42
10 j4 L.' 32
!l 54 U 54
; 10 58
!i 34 Kirkland
.. i- iu w
.; io 29
I 10 41 Piedmont
"-27 11 02 .Congress Junction,
5 o 11 16 Harqua Hala
5 Xi U :i
Wickeuburg I $ I
I (C! 12 06 Hot Springs Junction
6 20-12 21 Nada
6 12 40 Beardsley
7 10 13 57 Marinette
7 26 1 03 . Peoria.
7 40 1 12 Gleudale
6 26 6 37
6 131 6 18
I 53 5 5;
5 :15 5 27
5 29 5 19
5 21 5 07
7 54 1 21 Alhambra ." 12. 4 58
8 15 1 40 Ar Phesnix . . Lv 5 001 4 38
Prescott & Eastern.
j 2d 2d 2d 2d
class class class class
so 25 no 31 STATIONS. so 24 .so 26
J daily daily' .daily daily
r. M. A. mJ P. M.jA. M.
! 12 SO 7 It) Lv . . "aver ....Ar 6 10111 30
12 50 9 10 ..Poland Junction 3 45111 10
1 00 9 15 Huron 3 40(11 05
I Chaparral I
. ) :ti Smelter Spur . . :! 22 1 35
1 : 55 10 15
1 SO hJ 05 . .Cherry Creek : 15110 05
1 55 10 : Yaeger 2 55) 9 ?3
,.-1105 P. 4 E. Junction 2 30 9 00
2 45 11 35 Ar Preaeott . . Lv 3 qq g 30
k. it. V. M. A. M P. M.
7 20 3 15 Lt Poland . Ar 9 Ml 5 !
7 3 54 Providence 5 0 5 40
7 35 4 On Eugenie j 5 33
7 45 4 15 Henrietta 8 45 5 25
8 00 4 36 Ar .Poland J'n. Lv 8 30 5 10
H. P. ANEW ALT.
General Passenger Agent. Prescott. Aria.
United Verde & Pacific Ry.
To :ai- 'fleet p. e.
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. 7i !, rome V li-n 10p.; 55p
723 F.r :View. -!.' .; Iipl2-J7p-
Vp :'st 7 3.5ft Horse Shoe s J SoplilOp'
l. a) S a 7 5da Hodkin . 7 55a -JSpll40a
33S1I 15a a 13a Summit. 7 Ma JOOpllloa
H7pll 7 s:Ta . DavU . 7 15 11 pWfJa
UapllSSa 8&i I. Jc'i'n 1 ft lia I lb 10 20a
ronneetiona itt Jerome Junction :
No 1 eou.iects with S F P A P freight No. 3
No. : L-ouaecm with 9. F. P. A P. No 2 for all
points eat and west via Ash Fork.
No. 5 connects with 3. F. P. A P. So. 1 for
all points sonth
Pss-:ners arriving at Jerome Jun. :ion 00 S
F P P So 3 will reach Jerome ononr train So
1: from s F P .4 P So. 2 reach Jer..me a oar So
6; and from s F P A P N., 1 will fin.! good hotle
at Jerome Junction and au rea-h Jerome the
following mornine on our train N-
Paul P. Hasti.-m,
ral -KKeDC-r Agt
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