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From Saturday's Daily.
There were ii'l vote polled at to
L.W . Felt left for Denver today OB
a business trip.
E. A. Haggott came up from the
south this morning.
Mrs. F. J. Wright, of Walker, is
trading in Prescott today.
Billy Mulvenou returned this morn
ing from a business trip to Pheuix.
Geo. W. Fisher, of the Dividend
mine, near McCabe, is in town today.
The electric light whistle sounded
the curfew last night at 8:30 o'clock.
Alex Burrell, a mining man of Mon
tana, arrived in Prescott last evening.
Mrs. Duffield, wife of Dr. Duffield.
of Pheuix, died in that city recently.
It is rumored that Frank Jaeger
contemplates starting a national liauk
Mrs. S. J. Riley, proprietress of the
hotel at Hillside, came up today on
business for her hoffel.
EL C. Lancaster and wife, of Mc
Cabe. are in Prescott, and are guests
at the Hotel Congress.
J. W. Smith is in town from Octave,
where he is engaged as manager of
the Octave company's store.
Harry Cashmau. who has leen visit
ing in Prescott for a few days will
leave tomorrow for San Francisco.
Sheriff Joe Roberts left on last
night's train for the southern art of
the territory on official business.
Judge Hawkins left today for Los
Angeles for a visit with his family
who are residing there for the sum
mer. Sam Pattee is still quite sick with
an attack of rheumatism. He was I let
ter for a few days, but has had a re
lapse. Contractor Gallagher, of the firm of
Fifleld a: Gallagher, came up from
Phenix this morning on business for
C. F. Magguier, the well known
Phenix clothing man of Phenix. came
up from the capital city yesterday on
Mrs. W. S. Jones came in from
Walker today to meet her husband
who will arrive in Prescott on to
C. J. Dyer, a former citizen of Pres
cott, but for the past several years a
citizen of Phenix, is reported serious
ly ill in that city.
The contract for erecting the public
library building has been awarded to
Maxwell i Sons for MB. Work will
be commenced on Monday.
Mrs. Walter C. Brandon left today
for a visit with her parents in Los
Angeles. She was accompanied as far
as Ash Fork by Mr. Brandon.
The Journal-Miner is in receipt of
copies of The Tax Payer, a little pa
per published in Phenix, in opposi
tion to the proposed water bond issue
of that city.
EL M. Clark, a well known mining
man and military officer, of New
Haven, Conn., arrived last night to
look over his mining property on
J. F. Salter, a wool buyer of Boston
airived in Prescott last evening and
will visit the sheep shearing camps in
this section for the purpose of buying
the product for his firm.
W. C. Parsons, a former owner in
the McCabe mine, and a well known
mining man. came up from the south
today and is shaking hands with his
many friends in Prescott.
Frank Ruiz, son of Attorney Alfred
Ruiz, came up from Yuma yesterday
where he has been a guard at the ter
ritorial prison. He thinks Prescott is
all right and is thinking of remaining
Julius Seick. who was in Prescott in
1869, is visiting Prescott, but says the
city of today does not much resemble
the village of '69. Mr. Seick has just
returned from a visit to various coun
tries of Europe. .
H. M. Ralston, of Chicago, who hH
mining interests in the Cherry creek
district, arrived in Prescott a day or
two ago from a visit to California.aud
will look over his property in this
section before returning to his home
Chinese Inspectors Webb and Cou
nell caught Ka Suey in their drag net
yesterday and dragged him before
United States Commissioner T. C.
Job, who will give him an opportun
ity on Monday to show whether he is
entitled to remain in this country.
J. M. Glass, a prominent lecturer
of Pasadena. California, mention of
whose visit to his sons C. C. and
William Glass, in Prescott. has lieen
previously made in these columns,
will deliver a lecture tomorrow night
in the Congregational church on the
subject of "Good Citizenship."
Mrs. W. O. Ayer entertained a
number of ladies very pleasantly,
though informally on Friday after
noon, at her residence on Mt. Vernon
avenue. After a couple of hours of
pleasant conversation, the hosier
served dainty refreshments to those
Attorney O. Louis Anderson will
leave on tonight's train for the south
on business pertaining to the Home
Building club. During his absence
all information that may be desired
regarding the club can be had of Dr.
Metzgar and all applications can be
left with him.
Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey D. Clarke j
of Peoria, Arizona, will leave there
on Sunday morning for San Francis- i
cv, and will leave there on April 4. I
on the Pacific steamship. "Korea,"
for an extensive trip through Japan
and the Orient and will lie gone four
or five months.
J. L. Muuds will leave tomorrow
for his stock ranch north of Selig
man. He says the range is in better
condition than it has lieeu for a num
ber of years and the outlook for stock
men is very bright. Mr. Munds is
supplying the Xeedies market with
beef cattle from his ranch.
James Elder has just returned from
a visit to Jerome. He says that camp
has taken on a lot of its old time ac
tivity again. At present two .Vm ton
jackets are in operations and by May
1 a third one will 1 in operatiou. It
is expected that the June pay roll
will le the largest in the history of
J. E. llinuiri in a recent arrival from
I XITY AND COIINTY ;
San Lorenzo, California, and is a
guest at the Wilson. Mr. Branin is
interested in fine stock raising in that
section of California and owns some
very fine horses. He has been re
quested to bring one of lii- fine stal
lious to this section for the stud and
may do so at some future time.
W. R. Humphries, the scenic pho
tographer, who has lieen all over the
southern rt of the territory taking
pictures to lie used by the Develop
ment Company of America in getting
up a scenic album of Arizona, arrived
with his wife on today's train and
will begin the work of photographing
the northern part of the territory.
Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn have just ar
rived here from Hot Springs, Arkan
sas, and are the guests of Mr. and
.Mrs. Walter ti. Reese. Mrs. Vaughn
:s a cousin of Mr. Reese. They have
lieeu engaged in the hotel business,
and have just sold a hotel at the above
place and will remain here for some
time and may possibly conclude to
cast their lot here permanently.
Secretary E. R. McDowell of the
Athletic club announces that the
gymnasium will lie open to members
hereafter every day and evening. The
apparatus has not all lieeu received
yet but there is sufficient equipment
in place to make the rooms interest
ing and attractive to those desiring
gooii healthy exercise and amusement.
Regular classes will soon be formed
by Prof. Mac.Mahon who is in charge
of the club rooms.
Dan C. Pettilione, city editor of the
Democrat, of Phenix. passed through
Prescott on this morning's train on
his way to Ash Fork to meet his wife
who will arrive there today on her
way to Phenix from Milwaukee, where
they formerly resided. Mr. Pettibone
is an all round good newspaper man.
being able to do anything around a
print shop from wash the rollers to
edit the paper, and besides all these
accomplishments he is a mighty nice
The visit to Prescott of Chinese In
spectors Webb and Conuell is the first
time for several months that Prescott
has been visited by such officials. The
Chinese residents were not slow in
catching on to the fact of their pre;
seuce here, and the word was soon
passed along the line that two "chock
gee" men were in town, and there is
said to be a biding out of a few
Chinamen, although it is not believed
that there are any great number here
-Mrs. r loreuce walker, after one
year's study in wood carving with
Karl Von Rydingsvard of New York,
will open her Prescott studio in the
Union Block by giving an Easter art
exhibit and sale, lasting one week,
beginning Wednesday, April 1, at '2
p. m. The studio will be open to the
public every afternoon from 2 until
5 o'clock aud on Thursday and Friday
evenings from 8 to 10. Mrs. Walker's
work received houorable mention in
the Art Interchange, the oldest art
magazine in New York City.
A. J. Doran returned last night
from a business trip to have coun
ty where he is engaged in mining.
He says that mining in that section
is particularly active at present and
he further states that he never saw
the country look so well as it does at
present. As a result of the copious
rains which have fallen there he says
the deserts are clothed iu g reen, there
being a luxuriant growth of weeds and
grass and jioppics in bloom give it a
beautiful appearauce. Mr. Doran ex
pects to remain here for several days.
Lockwood Sturgis came up from
Phenix this morning where he had
been called bv the accident to his lit
tle daughter of which mention was
made in these columns yesterday.
He reports her as much better but
says she was just about as bad as any
one could lie and live. The wagon
struck her in the head and caused a
coucussiou of the brain. It was feared
for two .lays that her right eye had
been destroyed but yesterday she was
able to see out of it. She was taken
at once to Phenix where everything
possible has been done for the little
From "londay's Daily.
Mrs. A. O. Brodie passed through
on this morning's train.
John Bachtiger has been appointed
postmaster at Wickenburg.
Miss Mauc N orris returned home
Saturday for a brief vacation.
Look out for another rain storm.
The street sprinkler started up today.
Wm. Greenwood was today granted
naturalization papers by Judge Sloan.
The vote at Saturday's election re
sulted in 301 for Rudolph Baehr and
133 for Mrs. Munds.
S. S. Walstrum and F. P. Cruice
have returned from their visit to Ben
son on railroad busiuess.
Samuel Goldworthy was able to be
at his desk in the Burke hotel today
after a spell of sickness.
Dr. Sawyer has moved his office into
the rooms formerly occupied by Dr.
Walls in the Union block.
Mrs. Kirkiatrick aud her daughter
Mrs. Lake, left this morning for the
latter's home in Kingman.
Among the new pensions granted
last week was one of MS per mouth to
David P. Nichols of Skull valley.
That Kaster sale of the Ladies Aid
of the M. E. church takes place on
Friday instead of Saturday, April 3
falling on the former date.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hastings have
secured the house recently occupied
by Mr. and Mrs. Wragovich, on Mt.
Weather Observer Dr. W. E. Day re
ports the total rainfall during the re
cent storm being LSI inches. Pretty
good for this time of year.
Mrs. Ed Salsbury, wife of one of
the gentlemen who are installing the
home savings lianks. left on this
morning's train for New York.
J. S. Klstner. the piano and ma
chine man. left this morning for a
busiuess trip to the towns in the
northern wrt of the territory.
H. R. Johnstone returned last night
from a trip to California, and left to
day for the Gold Link Mining com
pany's property in the Hillside sec
tion. Mrs. Job. mother of T. C. Job. who
was called to Kansas City several
weeks ago by the sickness of her
daughter, returned to Prescott Satur
Dr. L. A. Hawkins, of Jerome, has
purchased an automobile, making two
of the three death dealing machines
in that camp, aud not a siugle one iu
A letter Han lieeu receive"! from
Mrs Klin St. Clair in which tb
states that she will probably not re
turn to Prescott for a month or six
. weeks yet.
John Wilson, nephew of Mrs. Mary
Boweu, formerly connected with the
Jerome branch of the Bank of Ari
zona, but at present located at Doug
las, is iu town.
F. W. Howard left on today's train
for Flagstaff on business connected
with the Bisbee-Arizoua Copper com
pany. He expects to remain there
for about a week.
J. H. Emmert will return from his
trip to California this evening and
exects to leave tomorrow for New
York where he will consult with Mr.
Murphy on important busiuess.
C. J. Dyer, a former citizen of Pres
cott, died in Phenix last Saturday of
kidney disease. Mr. Dyer was a for
mer member of the Phenix city coun
cil aud was acting mayor for a time.
P. Mohu & Co. shipped a coffin to
Congress yesterday iu response to a
telephone order received from Dr.
John Dennett. The name of the
party for whom it was wanted was not
Mrs. Dowleu, wife of the well
known mining engineer, who has l)eeu
visiting friends in Prescott tor sev
eral weeks, left today for Hakersfield,
California, where she will join her
The Baunie ("old conqiatiy has had a
new light wagou manufact ured iu
Prescott for use betweeu the mine and
Prescott. It is a little beauty and re
flects credit on its manufacturer, Ira
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Arndt, of Den
ver, arrived in Prescott a few i ; t -since
aud are stopping at the Congress
House. Mr. Arndt contemplate.
starting a dry goods store in Prescott
if he can secure a suitable location.
A. W. Edwards received a pair of
beautiful Japanese Pheasants from
California this morning for the Mur
phy park. He has also had an offer
of two bears for it which he will ac
cept just as soon as he can provide a
bear pit for them.
Mrs. G. R. Downer, of Wisconsin,
has been visiting with her sou, W. R.
Downer in Prescott for some time.
The latter is one of the popular yonng
clerks in the Brisley company's store.
Mrs. Downer expects to return to her
home in a few days.
Mrs. Sawyer, wife of Dr. F. W.Saw
yer returned last evening from a visit
in California. Dr. Sawyer's father
and mother, who went to California
with her will visit in the northern
part of that state before retunring to
their home in Bangor, Maine.
It is said that the picnic from Phe
nix to Wickenburg yesterday was a
grand success. There were over 300
people took advantage of the oppor
tunity to see the desert in its carpet
of poppies and other beautiful wild
flowers which are now iu bloom by the
L. B. Larriiiier, of Phenix, arrived
in Prescott on Saturday to take a po
sition as cashier of the Commercial
Trust company. Mr. Larrimer ha.-
been assistant cashier of the Pheuix
National Bank for some time aud is a
very competent businessman aud with
it a genial young geutleman.
Miss Malel Johusou. sister of Mrs.
Joseph Dougherty, who has been vis
iting in Prescott for several mouths,
left today for her home iu Oregon.
Miss Johusou made a large number of
very warm trieuds during tier stay
here and they hope 6he may return for
another visit at some future time.
W. C. Collier, who has been iu the
employ of E. M. Sanford for some
time, will leave within a few days for
San Diego, California, to remain
Iiermanently. haviug accepted a posi
tion in that city. Mr. Collier will In
missed in social aud musical circles
iu Prescott. where he is quite popular.
R. L. Spencer aud wife, and Mrs.
Spencer's sister, Mrs. H. H. Douglas,
arrived in Prescott from the souht to
day. They have been iu Mexico
where Mr. Spencer was inspecting the
properties of the Douglas, Lacey x
Co. Mr. Spencer will spend a few
days in this section looking over the
properties of that company when the
party will go on to California.
Dr. Roper, the dentist, has just in
stalled in his office one of the Ritter
electric dental engines, similar to the
one recently installed by Dr. Blain.
a mention of which was made a few
days ago. This engine is one of the
very latest models and will enable the
doctor to do the work that heretofore
has bad to be done with the old fash
ioned foot power engine, with a great
deal less labor.
Henry Wiugfield, the well kuowu
Verde valley rancher, who has leeu
in Prescott for several days on jury
duty, was taken very ill yesterday,
aud was removed to the Mercy hos
pital. He had been feeling liad for
several days, but would not give up
that he was sick enough to go to lied
or take any special care of himself
until yesterday he grew much worse
and is a very sick man today.
N. K. Fairlwnk. the well known
Chicago millionaire died at his home
iu that city March "27, aged 73 years.
Mr. l-'airbauk had extensive interests
iu Arizona, among them being a large
Holding in tne i ougress mine. .lso
a stockholder in the S. F. P. and P.
railroad. His son Wallace Fairbank.
who is cashier of the railroad company
went to Chicago several days ago ou
receipt of word of the serious illness
of his father and is still in that city.
Last Saturday night's dance in Odd
Fellows hal) had a larger attendance
than any of the preceding dances,
showing the increasing popularity of
them. A Journal-Miner representa
tive who attended Saturday night's
social was shown every courtesy by
those in charge of the dance. In fact
the managers aud all who are interest
ed in the club seem to make it their
special duty to see that all their guests
are looked after and iutroduced to
There was a large audience at the
Congregational church last evening to
hear the lecture by J. M. ("lass. Tin
subject of the lecture was "(iood Cft
izeuship, " and it was a very able and
eloquent one. Mr. Class is a very for
cible and pleasing seaker. has a fine
commaud of language aud a mind fill
eel with useful information and holds
his hearers spell bound. He expects
to remain here for a few weeks yet.
and this will prolwbly not lie the only
opportunity our people will have of
The Prescott Klectric company has
received word that the machineiy or
dered about a year ago by them uud
which wan duo lo be delivered in
Proacolt in Beptetulier 1hi, In now on i
the way. It was shipped from the
factory March 23 aud is due to arrive
here prolwbly about April 10 to 12.
When the company gets this machin
ery installed it will have a caacity
for producing a sufficient quantity of
electric current to operate the street
car line which the company proposes
to build iu the near future, in addi
tion to furnishing lights for the town.
Mechanics Hook ami ladder com
pany. No. 1, on Saturday night chose
the following officers for the ensuing
year: Foreman, Lucius K. Barrow;
first assistaut foreman, O. (J. Kruru
dick; second assistant foreman, Jo
seph Eligle: secretary. Ceo. W. Stitz
er: treasurer, Chas. H. McLane. Geo.
Giles and Guy Krumdick were ap
pointed fire delegates for the com
pauv. Eight new names were added
to the membership list. They are W.
S. Darrow. Chas. H. McLane, Fred j
Petitt, Wm. O'Orady. Harry Wright,
Fred Burton, Chas. Irwin, J. C. Mc
Cready. La Fiesta De Lis Flores, which will
be held iu Los Angeles on May C, 7, 8 :
and '.) promises to eclipse all other
efforts made in the'past by the Fiesta (
committee from the fact that Presi
dent Roosevelt aud his distinguished
party will witness the fioral parade
and the electrical parade. A most
novel and iectacular feature has
lieen added to the programme this 1
year. For four consecutive nights,
commencing Wednesday, May (i, the
visitors will be treated to one long 1
transformation scene ou wheels such j
as never licfore has lieen presented and !
that is practically a creation of the
In July or August. l'HIO, William J. i
Berne, father of the Berrie boys on !
Lynx, while on his way from Missouri ,
to Prescott disappeared as mysterious j
ly as though he had been swallowed
up by the earth. The last heard of
him was Holbrook. Failing to reach
Prescott, his boys instituted a search
for him and kept it up for several
months but no trace ot the missing
mail could lie found. Last week a
sheep man discovered his skeleton at
the junction of Crape vine and Can
yon Diablo. The indications were
that he had become lost aud perished
from lack of water. Seventy nine
cents were found in the pockets of his
Saturday's sale of the Christian En
deavor of the Congregational church,
assisted by the Ladies Aid of the
church was a very successful affair.
The attendance at the sale was large
and the purchases were quite numer
ous replenishing the treasury of the
Endeavor. Iu addition to the various
useful articles ottered for sale, re
freshment liooths were provided where
various kinds of light refreshments
were served. The drill by the young
ladies both afternoon and evening was
a very interesting feature of the occa-
At the evening session the lioy
militia company was present aud went
ttirougn their evolutions giving a very
beautiful drill, which was enthusiast l
cally applauded by all present.
Mrs. Mary Bowen, president of the
Woman's Relief Corps, left today for
Los Augeles having in charge the
three little children of Mrs. Hill, the
woman who was hrougtit to the coun
ty hospital a few weeks ago from the The contract for plumbing material
Verde Valley. Mrs. Hill is an invalid 1111,1 la'"- for the government at Fort
and unable to take care of the child- Defiance. Arizona, has been awarded
reu who seem to be bright little tots. ! Whitney company, of Albuquerque,
one a little girl seven years old. an. i N- M- Tui contract covers in the
the other two twin boys about two neighborhood of from twenty to thirty
years old. The relief corps had lie
come interested in the sad case aud
the supervisors had agreed to jiay the
expenses of the trip if Mrs. Boweu
would take the children to the orph
ans' home in Los Augeles. This she
gladly consented to do. The mother
will be sent to Pheuix in a few days
and will lie taken care of at the Crit
teudon Rescue Home. The care is a
very sad one indeed and the good
women who have taken hold Cor the
children's sake are doing a noble
From Tuesday's Dailv.
A. C. Burmister went north ou this
Mrs. Crapo left for Los Augeles on
this morning's train.
Mrs. E. L. Lee left ou this morn
ing's train for her home iu Kingman.
J. P. Dillon went up to Ash Fork
on today's train ou a brief business
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Anewalt came
up from Phenix ou this morniug's
J. H. Campliell. deputy United
States attorney is in town ou official I
Druggist W. P. Covillaud
last evening from his visit
June Freeman, the
athletic man. went to Jerome this
Horace Merrill, of Jerome, is iu
town assisting his mother to straighten
up her busiuess.
County Assessor 1). J. Sullivan went
up on the line of the S. F. P. aud P.
railroad today ou official business.
(I. W. Hull left on this morning's
train for Jerome after a few days in
this section on mining business.
Mr. and Mrs. Horubiickle and A.
V. Mi-klin. of McCabe. are in Pres
cott aud are guests of Hotel Congress.
Mrs. H. M. Peabody. an eastern
pliilantlir ipist who is interested in
working for the Indians is in Pres
cott. The jury in the case of John A.
THERE m m SUBSTITUTE
King after being out until nearly
j noon to. lay were discharged as they
I failed to agree.
Dr. W. S. Smith has lieen appointed
Mrie physician of the local lodge of
Kagles to work in conjunction with
The case of the Chinaman, charged
with being unlawfully in this coun
try. which was up before Commission
er Job ye.-terday, was postponed until
J. H. Mills yesterday sold his resi
deuce on the corner of Carleton and
Mariua streets to Robert Keating, the
purchase price being $27.")0. The
property consists of two lots aud
five room house.
The Prescott aud Eastern railroad
has commenced train service now to
Middleton about four miles beyond
Turkey creek, the former terminus,
and forty seven miles from Prescott
W. H. Jackman, wife and children
arrived in Prescott on Sunday night
from Chicago and expect to make their
residence here in future. Mr. Jack-
man is a brother of Mrs. R A.Talbot.
11. C. rrick, the steel magnate.
passed through Ash Fork yesterday in
his private car en route to Los An
geles. His car is said to be one of the
finest ever turned out of the Pullmau
F. C. Collier expects to take his
departure on Friday morning for Los
Angeles instead of San Diego. He
will open an office in the Byrne block
in that city, and engage in the prac
tice of law.
The entire time of the district court
was taken up today with the case of
! Archie La Course, charged with hav
, ing stabbed a man by the name of
j Humphries at Cougress Junction some
two months ago.
Dr. E. S. Miller, of Flagstaff, dis
trict deputy Crand Exalted Ruler
for Arizona B. P. (). E. is in town,
and will make au official visit to the
local lodge tomorrow night. All
Klks are requested to attend the meet
ing and meet this official.
Ray Smith, a Journal-Miner carrier,
is Heart iirokeu over tne death ot a
I pet colt of his last evening. The an
imal which is not yet a year old in at
tempting to jump a picket fence
.-aught ou a sharp picket and was dis
emboweled, aud bad to be shot to be
put out of its misery. It was a great
favorite with the boy.
The Eagles are already busy with
j the preparations for their graud first
anniversary celebration which will
take place on the night of April 20.
The following committee has been ap-
pointed to make mui ;i-ments for the
occasion: W. J. Bond. T. L. Shultz.
, J. K. McCoy, Joe Dillon. N. Levy.
P. Hicks and Dr. W. S. Smith.
I M- '"" ' lcm'.L .ms.uess man
oi .urora. uuuois, is in town, lie
is interested iu the Cold and Copper
M. anil M. company, of which A. J.
Pickerell is superintendent aud will
visit the property during his visit
here. Mr. Pierce is president of the
American Suspender company, of Au
rora, aud is makiug his first visit to
car loads of material, aud will give
employment to a very large force of
men for the balance of the year.
A road has just been completed lie
tweed Globe and Fort Apache, Ariz.,
aud iu the future the business of that
fort will jiass through El Paso instead
of by way of Holbrook. Arizona. The
old road ran to Holbrook. a distance
of a little over a hundred miles and
over a very rough country. The new
road is only about fifty miles. The
passenger vehicles running over the
road make the trip in twelve hours.
Shumate & Raible have
i their cigar and refreshment
Frank E. Mansfield
two active and en
and T. C. Nolan,
ergetic yonng business men. Mr.
Mansfield lias been suiieriuteudeut of
the Empire mine for some time
while Mr. Nolan has also been engag
ed iu mining on Crooin creek. It is
announced that Mr. Raible of the old
firm will go east shortly aud may pos
sibly decide to remain there.
Geo. C. McMurtry. who recently
resigned his position as cashier of
the Commercial Trust company, left
last evening for Phenix. accompanied
'y ns They will remain in that
or 8onle t'nle' "siting with
Mrs. McMurtry's sister, Mrs. Stod
dard. Mr. and Mrs, McMurtry made
many warm friends duriug their few
months residence in Prescott, who
wish them prosperity and joy where
ever they may decide to locate.
At the last meeting of the Prescott
aerie of Eagles Mrs. V Levy present
ed the lodge with one of the finest
sofa cushions that has ever been seen
in this city. The design ou the cush
ion is a lieaiitiful eagle, aud the mem
tiers of the aerie were so pleased over
the kind remembrance that they could
hardly find words with which to ex
press their thanks to the lady. A
handsome glass case is lieiug made
and it will lie placed in this to keep
it from getting soiled, and it will lie
placed where it can always lie seen.
Deri 's merchant tailor , a fine
spring suitings. 2-20-tf
AN IMPORTANT CASE.
It will In- interesting to the tax
liayers of this territory to learn defin
itely whether there is any law, and if a
law any authority to enforce it to com
pel corporations to pay their just pro
rata of the expenses of running the
territory and county governments.
Iu 1901 the assessor of Cochise county
assessed the property of the Copper
(Jueeu company at the ridiculously
low figure of 274,018. When the
board of equalization of that county
met it proceeded to raise the assess
ment of the company, and before they
had finished the company found them
selves ou the pay roll in the sum of
$2,839,513, which had lieen added by
the board of equalization as addi
tional property and increased valua
tions. Although the company has a prop
erty that $50,000,000 would be no temp
tation to them to part from, it imme
diately applied to the courts for pro
tection from excessive taxation, and
as an alleged evidence of the injustice
against the company it cited the fact
that their property had beeu assessed
more thau other mining proper
ties in the territory of Arizona, and
in their complaint cited that the
board had acted in au arbitrary man
ner aud not on any evidence before
The case was tried before Judge
Davis, and ended with an order to
have the increased assessment stricken
from the roll with the exception of
some minor items. The county ap
pealed to the supreme court and it re
versed Judge Davis' decision and the
case now goes hack to Cochise county
again for trial.
This is a question which- interests
the entire territory as at the present
time there are scores of corporations
iu the territory which are not paying
their just proportion of taxes. They
never will pay them either, voluntarily
and if assessors and boards of equali
ation are not clothed with the power
to assess them, and if there is no pow
er and authority afterwards to enforce
the collection of taxes, they will al
ways lie able to shirk their proportion
of the public debt. It is now up to
Editor Duutiar in Col. Wilson '
Arizona Democrat says: "Mr. Cow
an, was the author ot the Cowan bill,
wfitteu by Bob Morrisou. and pushed
through the legislature by Charley
Akers. Mr. Cowan is a remarkable
man: very much so indeed." If Bob
Morrisou wrote the Cowan bill, who
wrote the plank in the democratic
platform, calling for the legislation
which was enacted through the Cowan
MIL One of the democratic papers of
Pheuix, perhaps this self same Demo
crat complimented Governor Brodie
for incorporating in bis message a rec
ommendation iu line with this
of the democratic platform
the recommendation of the governor
and the platform plank have both been
enacted into a law a terrible howl
Forty clerks were not bad for the
legislature which had but thirty six
members in Itotti branches combined.
There was about enough work for not
to exceed ten clerks. The query is,
what were the other thirty clerks do
ing into earn their five dollars per
day? The memtiers of the legislature
received but three dollars ami a half
per day for their services. Truly that
was a case where the servants are
greater than their roasters. That is a
pretty tough record. Forty clerks
for thirty six members, and some of
them must have had two clerks. Star.
Miss Flo Kussell, a handsome young
lady of St. Louis, was arrested aud
taken before a police magistrate.
charged with carrying her skirts too
high au.l showing too much attractive
hosiery while crossing a muddy street.
In court the fair prisoner gave a dem
onstration to the judge just how she
carried her skirts and proved to his
satisfaction that the display of hosiery
was necessary to save her dainty
skirts from lieing bedraggled iu the
mini, and he discharged the prisoner
and apologized to her for the humilia
tion of her arrest.
Maricopa county furnished six pa
tients to the insane asylum last week,
and still all the crazy people of Phe
uix are not iu that institution.
The Albuquerque Journal -Democrat
and Citizen have been indulging iu a
bitter personal fight for gome time.
Just as it had about reached the
hooting point a delegation of citizens
waited ou both editors and an armed
truce was declared. The indications
however are that it will not be observ
ed very loug.
Over ardent friends of woman suff
rage gave that cause a worse jolt at
Saturday's school election than its
most bitter enemies could have done
in weeks of abuse of it. If woman
suffrage is ever granted it will be
through argument and persuasion aud
uot by abusiug its opponents.
Rev. E. (. 1 'nil. ill has resigned his
pulpit at II .Isted. Pa., to liecome a
pitcher of the Columbus, Ohio, base
Iwll team, at MM a month. He makes
an ironclad reservation though that
under no circumstances will he play
Sunday ball, or be on the Held ou that
Mr. Hryan and Mr. Cleveland are
mutually excluding each other from
the democratic fold. Meanwhile the
country will exclude the fold and
where will the purty lie then, poor
It is rumored that Mr. Carnegie has
given a million dollars to Princeton
university. Mr. Carnegie's benefac
tions are liecoming so numerous that
is is impossible to keep track of them.
Shrewd politicians do not deny
uewsiaper lies for it is known that
lies travel faster than denials, and
that denials only give them impetus.
The widow industry is so strenuous
iu New York that it is liecomiug dan
gerous for rich bachelors to die there.
A BOY'S WlbD RIDE FOB LIFE.
With family around expecting him
to die. and a son riding for life, 18
miles, to get Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption, Coughs, and
Colds, W. H. Ilrown, of Loesville,
Ind.. endured death's agonies from
asthma: but this wonderful medicine
gave instant relief and soon cured
him. He writes: "1 now sleep
soundly every night " Like marvel
ous cures of Consumption, Pneumon
ia, Hrouchitis, Coughs, aud Crip
prove its matchless merit for all
thr at and lung troubles, (itiaran
teed bottles 50c and , Trial Unties
frue a: al drugxls ti
MINE WARNING NOTICES!
NORTHERN BELL AND JUPITER.
Notice is hereby given that the undersign
ed is the owner of the Northern Bell and
Jupiter mining claims, located in W-iis- r
mining district, Yavapai County. Arizona ;
the owner of said property nor the property
itself will not he responsible for any debts
contracted for labor or otherwise during
the time said property is being workd under
lease and bond. C. (J. BROCHU.
September 4. M02.
MERTON GROFP OK MINES.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed is the owner of the-Merton group of
claims, located in Pine (trove Mining dis
trict. Yavapai County. Arizona, having
bonded ihe 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 mine, smelter and pipe line, and
that the undersigned will in no way be re
sponsible for debts contracted iu oieratii.i;
COMMERCIAL MINING CO..
1. 8. 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 .if said mine, will
not be responsible for any labor, accident or
debts of the wine which may accrue during
the period of said bond.
Prescott. Arizona. Jan. 8, 1900.
Notice is hereby given that the Silver Bell
mine, located in the Agua Kria Mining Dig.
'ru i . is now being worked under bond and
lease, and the owners of said property nir
the property itself, will not be responsible
for any debts contracted against said prop
erty during the time of said bond.
MRS. F. BASH FORD,
Prescott, Arizona. May 22, 1901.
NIGHT HAWK. Et Al.
The undersigned, owner of the Night
Hawk. White Hawk, and Scottish Chief
tng claims, and Night Hawk mill site, situat
ed in Pine Grove district. Yavapai county.
Arizona, having bonded the same, w ill no:
be responsible for any debts contracted
ag nst said property duriug the time of said
Prescott. Arizona. Feb. L 1900.
ONTARIO GROUP OF MINES.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
are the owners 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 mining claim by parties work
ing the said ODtario group.
W.W. Mundg A Co.
Prescott Arizona. April L 1901.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
Prescott. Arizona. Jan. 27, 1903.
To R. F. Stewart and Mrs. Willie I.Stewart,
their Heir and Assigns:
You are hereby Dot i tied that I have ex-
B n.ie.i during the year Mi One Hundred
ollarg ($100 in labor and improvements
upon the Mineral Hill mining claim. situat.
in Walker Mining District. County of Yava
pai, Territory of Arizona, the notice of loca
tion whereof is of r.-cord iu the office of the
! County Recorder, in Book 57 of Mines, at
v. K 1 page -e'. .Minion necoras oi lavanai t oun
.o mat , ... . . . ... k..i ..;a ..
... . nuAutia. ill uiu. i tu paiu " . . un
der the provisions of Section i24 of the Re
vised Statutes of 'he United States aud the
amendments thereto concerti ng An ual
labor Ufion mining claims, it being the
amount required to hold said claim for the
period ending December 31. l!r
And if. within ninety 1 90) days from the
personal service of this notice, or within
ninety (90) dayg 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 u ade the required ex
penditure by the tenng of said Section 2324.
First publication Jan. 28. 1903. w
Notice Far Publication.
Land Office ut Prescott. Ariz., i
Jan. 19, 1903.
Notice is hereby given that the following
naimd 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 ni Receiver at Prescott,
Arizona, on V!. -.sdriy, February 26, 1903,
viz: William BboBHSB, for the w ft of se 5,
se "-4 sw . and lot : sM 6. twp 14. r 2 w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation, said land, viz:
Z. T. Stone. August Troutz. John Weston.
James Croxdale. all of Pre-cott. Arizona.
FEN S. HILDHKTH.
First publication Jan. 21. (w)
Survey No. 1636.
Notice of Application for Mineral
Patent No. 604.
ll. S. Land Office. Prescott. Ariz.. .
March 14, 1903.
Notice is hereby given that the (irootn
Creek (told Mining company, a corporation,
as the grantee of W . P. Rice, by its attorney-in-fact.
E. M. Sanford. will make appli
cation for a patent for the- following named
and described mining claims situate in the
Hassayampa mining district. Yavaimi coun
ty, Arizona, and describ.-d by the official
plat herewith misted, aud by the field notes
on tile in the office of the Register of the
Land Office. Prescott, Arizona, as follows.
NEW YEAR'S TEST.
Beginning at corner No 1, whence cor to
sees St. 2n. :si. twp 13 11. r J v. -.. :.r- - '
deg 39 min w 3KIU feet ; thence s 6 deg 3
mm w 14M8.7 ft to cor ho 2: s K deg nun
e 300 ft to S 0 E mon and tM) ft to cor No 3:
north dctr 3 min e ft to cor No 4
deg 22 min w 300 ft to N 0 E mon and 60H
ft to place of beginning.
Beginning at cor ?io I identical with cor
No 1 of New Year's Test : thence n 5 di g 31
min w 1330 ft to cor o : s s:i (leg ' mm e
300 ft N O E mini and lUO ft to cor No 3: s 5
deg 31 min e 1330 ft to cor No 4 : a .? deg 22
min w 300 ft to S C EmonandUV ft toplace
Beuinmng at cor No I, whence uud sees
cor bears s 62 deg 44 min w 3!04 ft : thence
s S9 dec 22 min e 300 ft to S C E mon and
600 ft to cor No 2: n 9 deg 15 min w 1241 ft
to cor No 3 : n 89 deg U min w 300 f t to N C
t, mon and 600 ft to cor o 4 : g 9deg 15 mm
e 1241 ft to'place of beginning.
Beginning at cor No 1. whence said sees
cor bears s SI deg 40 min w- 3L!34.2 ft : thence
g 89 deg 22 min e 200 ft to N (' E mon and
400 ft to cor No 2 : s 6 deg 3 min w llss.7 ft
tocorNo.3; n 89 deg 22 m iu w 150 ft to S C
E mon and 300 ft to cor No 4: thence n 2 di g
12 min e 1482.6 ft to place of beginning.
Beginning at cor No 1, identical with curs
No. 14 of the Molly and Pearl lodes: thence
s 89 deg 22 min e 200 ft to S 0 E mon and
400 ft to cor No 2: u 5 deg 31 min w 1330 ft to
cor No 3: n 89dcg min w 7a ft to N 0 E
mon and 150 ft to cor No 4: s 5 deg I7jmin
w 1327 ft to place of beginning.
Beginning at cor No I. whence said sees
cor bears g 80 deg 15 min w L'7it7 ft : thence
g 8 deg 14 min e 1500 ft to cor No 2: s 89 deg
22 min e 170 ft to cor No 3. identical with
cur No 4, Mollie survey: n 2 deg 12 min e
1482.6 ft to cor No 4: thence n 89 deg 22 min
w 22H.8 ft to N 0 E mon and 441.6 ft to place
Beginning at cor No 1. whence said see
cor bears s 88 deg 40 min w 2814.6 ft : thence
n 64 deg 2 min e 315 ft to S (' E mon and 6 ai
ft to cor No 2 : n 7 deg min w 8441 ft to cor
No 3: s I'A deg 2 min w .'-l ft to N (' E mon
and 630 ft to cor No 4 : s 7 deg 35 min 840
ft to place of beginning.
Beginning at cor No 1. whence said sees
cor bears n 85 deg 7 min w 2257.7 ft : thence
n 8 deg 14 min w 625 ft to cor No 2: n 84 deg
49 min e 3U) ft to NCE mon and till) ft to
cor No 3: s 8 deg 14 mini- 625 ft to or No 4 :
s 84 deg 49 min w 3111 ft to S C E mon and
600 ft to place of beginning.
Beginning at cor No 1. whence said sees
cor bears s 79 deg 8 min w 2321.5 ft: thence
n Hi deg 49 min e 340 ft to SCE men and
680 ft to c..r no 2 : n 24 deg 58 mill e 529.8 ft
to cor No 3: n 8 deg 28 min e 909 ft to cor
No 4: s 84 deg 49min w 310 ft to N C E mon
and 620 ft to cor No 5: s 7 deg 58 mm w 712
ft to cor No 6: s 24 deg 58 min w 750 ft f to
p!acc of Ix-giuuiiig.
Beginning at cor No 1 whence 'said s. c
cor bears s 7 deg 57 min w 2354.2 ft : thence
n 11 deg 1 min w 271 ft tu cor No 2: a 1 deg ,
in min w 1016 ft to cor No It n 57 Imiii
oJIOn ft to N (.' E inonand :00 ft t 0M No i .
I 1 deg 10 min o lultj ft to Cor No 5i 11 -l- g
i 1 min e 271 ft to cor no B; 57 deg 48 min w i
300 ft to S C E Mon and 600 ft to place of be
ginning. Var 14 deg e.
ADJOINING CLAIMS JARE:
New Years Test N. Alma. E. Dora, sur
vey No 1549: S. Excelsior. W. Molly. Alma
N. Mimcow, E. Millsite (unknown and un
surveyed , S. New Yearg Test. W. Wonder.
Moscow N. Keygtone. E, Stemwinder, S.
Alma. W. unknown and ungurveyed. Molly
N. Wonder. Irish Girl. E. New Yearg Teat.
S Xyster. W. Pearl. Wonder N. Why Not.
E. Alma, S. Molly. W. Irish Girl. Why Not.
Pearl-N. Irish Girl. E. Molly, S. Xyster
Kr . W. Ninety-five, survey No. 15B7. Little
Giant. Irish Girl-N. Why Not, E. Won
der. S. Pearl. Molly, W. Little Giant. Lit
tle Giant N. Why Not. E. Irigh Girl. Pearl,
S. Ninetv Five, survey 1567. W. Dnugl-s No,
2, survey No. 1569. Why Not N. unknown
and unsurveyed, E. Wonder. Irish Girl, S.
Irish (iirl. Little Giant. W. Douglas No. 2.
survey No. 1569. Carlo. Carlo N. unknown
and unsurveved. E. Why Not.S. Why Not.
Douglas No. 2. survey No. 1569. W. Douglas
No. 2. Survey; No. 1564 and unknown and
New VearsTest. less conflictXwith
Dora, survey No. 1549 20.057
Irish Girl 5.137
Little Giant, legs conflict with
Douglas No. 2. survey 1569 6.967
Why Not 19.765
Carlo, lens conflict with Douglas No.
No. 2. gurvey No 1569 9.961
Total area 124.600
Stud group of claimg lies in gaid sections
25 and :.
The course and length of the lodes are
from N. C. E. to S. C. E.of each claim, ei
cept the Why Not. rung from N. C. E. 8 8
d.-g 13 min w 802 f t ; thence 650 ft to S C E :
and Pearl, runs from N C E s 2 deg 30 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 Page
Moscow 33 50
Why Not 33 52
Alma 33 54
Little Giant 46 92
New Years Test 47 82
Pearl 53 4 3
Molly 53 464
Carlo 56 69
Wonder 56 581
Irish Girl 59 235
Any and all persons claiming adversely
any portion of said lodes or surface ground
or any part thereof, are required to file
their adverse claims with the Register of the
U. S. Land Office at Prescott, Arizona, dur
ing the 60 dayg period of publication hereof
as thereafter all adverse claims will be
Pen S. Hildreth.
First publication Mar. 18, 1903. w
Department of the Interior. General Land
Office. Washington. D. C. March 18th. 1903.
Notice is hereby given that sealed bide di
rected to the Commissioner of the General
Land Office and marked case No. 77 will be
received by the Receiver of Public Moneys
at the 1'. S. Land Office at Prescott, Ari
zona, up to and including the 6th day of
May. 1903. for the purchase of 10.000 feet b.
m. of green and dry mining timbers, all of
the dead timber on the tract suitable for
fuel, estimated at TOO cords, and sufficient
matured timber to make with the dead.
1,000 cords. This timber is to be cut from a
tract of approximately 5tO acres adjoining
Lynx Creek in approximate Sees. 30 and 31,
T. 13 N.. R. 1 W.. within the Prescott For
est Reserve. No bid of less than $2.00 per
M. feet for green and $1.00 per M. feet for
ilrj -mining timber; $.40 per cord for green
and $.25 per cord for dry wood will be con
sidered. A deposit of $1'J0.00 must accom
pany each bid and payment in full must be
mmm to the Receiver within 30 days of no
tio of award or may. if bidder so elect at
time of making bid, be made in 3 equal nay
mentg in 30. 60 and 90 dayg from that date.
Prospective bidders will call upon the For-
-vipervisor who will inform them of the
i rules and
requirements which will govern
this gale. The right to reject any and all
bids is reserved. W. A. RICHARDS. Com
missioner. First pub. Apl. 1. W
Santa Fe, P. & P. R. R. Co.
Time Schedule Now in Force.
2d First I
I First I 3d
No. 3 No.l
No. 2 No. 4
P. M.fP. M.
v. m. r. m.i
5 : 5 35 Lv
6 001 5 53L...
6 27l 6 071....
6 H 6 id
7 in 6 17
. .Meath. ...
. Rock Butte . .
Ar 1 15
... 12 41'
7 40 6 341
6 44! Del Rio......
00 '. ..Tcro-.it Junction.
55 " "
,V E. Junction..
12 461 8 25
12 50 8 29
. . Summit. . .
10 32 12 46
10 29fl2 42
10 24 12 32
55 Kamsgate . .
54 11 54 (
14 Skull Valley 9 31
Kirkland 9 12
Or, nd View 8 53i
Hillside 8 3
I a tr
1- IU l7
: g 10 29
4 02 10 41
t,i . .i
8 1 a
Piedmont 8 05.
4 27 11 02 .Congress Junction.
5 (n! 11 16 Harqua Hala...
5 ull 3 Wickenburg....
7 l!i 45
7 12t 7 30
6 521 7 05
6 03 12 OK Hut Springs Junction
6 20 12 21
6 50 12 40 .
7 10 12 57 .
7 26 1 K1
Marinette . .
. . . Peoria
(llendale. . .
. Alhambra .
g8 15 1 40 Ar Phoanix..
Prescott & Fas tern.
no 25 so 21
no 24 so 26
F. M. A. M.i P. M. A M
12 30 7 lllLv Mayer Ar 6 lolll 30
12 50 9 10 .Poland Junction. 3 45lll 10
1 00 9 15 Huron 3 4011 05
. Smelter Spur. .
. . Cherry Creek . . .
P. A E. Junction
1 9 :S
1 !i 55
1 : 10 06
1 55 10 30
3 15 111 05
2 551 9 33
2 30j 9 00
1 M 8 50
2 no :n
1 15 11 35 Ar
I. M. P. M.
7 20 3 45 Lr Poland
IlltM ... Providence.
7 33 4 Oo Eugenie. . .
7 45 4 15 Henrietta . .
8 00 4 35 Ar ..Poland J'n.
A. Ml. M .
9 10- 5 50
S 00 5 40
8 45i 5 25
8 301 5 10
H. P. ANEWALT.
General Passenger Agent. Prescott. Ariz
Don't buy thump boxes or ago
ny tanks with pretty cases ana
mandolin attachments, such as
irresponsible nomadic peddlers
palm oif as high grade instru
ments, but if you insist on that
Ivitv.l of ro:ids 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
Italdwin Co. 's Pianos awarded erand
rrix and cross of the Legion of Honor, Paris
Exrition, 1900- The HAMILTON, made
by the Baldwin Co.. diploma and silver
medal, Paris, 1900. The Chickering &
ons, Bchr Bros., Fischer, Mason &
Hamlin, Kimball Pianos. Terms Easy.
The Pianola, Angelus and Sim
MUSIC. STRINGS and MUSICAL MER
CHANDISE. New music at half price.
Popular 10c music.
Redewill Music Co.
We ire he pioneer piano and muflc men
ut the .iitln. st Mai carry the largest stock
south uf Sim Francisco.
K. A. Tii!lxt fur house,
6 26 6 37
--I 6 1 6 18
i 5 53j 5 5
5 : ; 27
5 M 5 19
5 2l 5 07
5 12) 4 53
Lv 5 001 4 36
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'. jaake a Specialty of Quarter Cracks,
Corns and Diseased Feet
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Interfering Forging and Stumbling
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Meals at popular prices.
Best Cooks. Best Waiters.
THE CHOICEST WINES
LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
"Old Crow" Whiskey
Always on Tap.
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IN HONOR OF THE VISIT OF
May 6, 7, 8 and 9.
FOUR NIGHTS OF
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Excursion Rstes on all Railroads.
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The WHEELER WILSON is one of
our best Machines although we have
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We carry a full line of S. M. supplies,
and make a specialty in Repair Work.
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