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THE LOCAL NEWS-...
CITY AND COUNTY
From Wednesday's Daily.
H. J. Allen came over from Jerome
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Gage, cf
Tempe.came up to Prescott this n onl
ine for a few days' visit with their
daughter. Mrs. Hubert Burmitter, and
Make your arrangements to go on
the Crown King excursion next Sun
day. The train will leave Prescott at
! a.m. and return to Prescott between
4 and 5 p m. Tbe fare will only be
H.S0 aud the trip will be a revelation
to you in railroad building in the
The many friends of Kev Leon O.
Lewie will be glad to know that be la
stil 1 an Arizouiau. At the recent
sessiou of the Lu:- Angeles conference
he was appointed pastor of the church
at Nogales, Arizona, at which place
communication will now reach him.
J. N. Rtcne, a prominent stock man
of Coconino county, has been spend
ing a couple of days in Prescott, left
for bis home in Ash Pork this morn
ing. He says tbe stock men in the
northern part of the territory have
nothing to complain of for Ibis time
of the year, as stock is in splendid
Harry Campbell bas been qaite
sick at Jerome Junction for several
days threatened with pneumonia, and
be telephoned this morning that be
wanted to see bis mother, Mrs. Dan
Campbell, who went up on tbe 11
train to be at bis beiside. He is re
ported to be in a pretty serious con
Tbe Journal-Miner i6 in receipt of
a communication addressed to the
.:rand jury relative to the shooting
scrape in this city a day or two ago,
which contains some very good, whole
some advice, but the writer fails to
sign bis or ber name to tbe communi
cation and for this reason it will be
withheld until the writer's identity
The B.-B. Co. is becoming noted
for its fancy windows of late, many
of tbe decorations being very novel
and handsome. This institution is
never behind the times in any line
and tbe variety of window displays
only give a faint idea of tbe enormous
stock of goods that is carried. This
Urm receives and ships out an average
of a car load of goods every day in tbe
year and every momb their business
Henry Gohrman, who has been sick
at tbe hospital for several weeks, hae
been admitted t.. tbe soldiers' home
at Santa Monica, California, and left
for that place this morning. He has
some very good lookiBg mining prop
erty in the Copper Basin country but
on account of having been so poorly
in health has not been able to do very
much with them tbe past year. He
hopes to soon recover sufficiently to
return to this county and continue
work on his claims.
The Journal-Miner is in receipt of
one of the finest prospectuses that has
ever come to its table, being a pros
pectus for the Great Peck mine which
Henry I?. Clifford A Co. are now pro
moting. .As a work of the printer's art
it is at tbe bead of the list, and as a
history of the mine it ie very com
plete and contains a vast (amount of
information concerning one of the
most famous properties in this terri
tory. The book also contains some
very strong endorsements of tbe Great
Peck mine by many of our beet busi
ness men, some of whom bave been
in this section for many years and are
personally acquainted with tbe history
of its production of .millions of dol
hn in the past.
Edmund Crone and Miss Elsie
Spence were united in marriage last
evening at the home of tbe groom's
mother, on north Alarcon street, the
ceremony being performed by Rev.
Taft in the presence of several rela
tives and friends. After the cere
mony was performed aud the congrat
ulations had been extended tbe part
was invited to partake of a Dice wed
ding supper. Tbe groom is an em
ploye of theS. F. P. 4 P. and has the
reputation of being a sober and indus
trious voting man. The bride bai-
lived for a number of years with bet
parents at Palace station in this coun
ty, and la a sister of Deputy Sheritf
Tommy Thompson's wife. The youup
people will make their home for the
nre-eut with the groom's mother in
The government rested late ysete--
day aftevuoon m the case of the Unit
ed States against former Surveyor
General Hugh H. Price aud the de
fense moved to dismiss on the groitnc
(hat there was a variance between the
proof and the allegations of the in
dictmeut. The motion is still under
argument which will be resumed this
morning. There was nothing seuta
tioual in the testimony brought out
I -terday. No effort was made on tbe
Iirt of the government to show that
the money which tbe defendants. Mr.
Price an l Mr. Murphy, had receive)'
from Mis. Miller for advancing he
work in the office of the surveyor gen
eral beyond tbwt of work previotislj
entered, had been retained in whol
or in part by them. Neither was th
qaeatioa as to whether the work had i
lieen done out of office hours, raided.
The prosecution conflued itself to
heaving that the defendants had ex
a"ted money from Mrs. Miller beyond
tbe legal degree. Mrs. Miller testi
fied to tbe fact of having paid or hav
ing sent to Mr. Murphy a draft or
certificate of desposit for ?4G0. accord
ing to an arrangement by which her
work would not have to await its turn
in regular Joffice Pours. R publican.
Prom Thursday's Daily.
Samuel R. Holbert. of West Virgin
ia, is a recent arrival in Prescott.
T. J. Rigby and H. W. Clark, of the
Rigby Mining and reduction com
pany, are in from Mayer.
G. d. McCarthy and J. W. Holland.
1 promineut resideuts of Pinal county.
are visiting in Prescott.
D. J. Sullivan returned to Prescott
this morning from a visit to bis mm
- hag property near Congress.
R. C. Ray. of the Rapid Transit
Mining company, left yesterday for a
l)ii-iness trip to Palo Alto, Cali
fornia. C. T. Kennon, of Milwaukee, who
is interested iu the mining industry I
of this county, has returned to Pres- I
cott after a short business trip to Los i
Rev. Leon Lewis, who was pastor of I
Highest Honors World's Fair.
Highest Tests U. S. Gov't Chemists
PRICK BAKING POWDER CO.. CHICAGO.
the M. E. church. South, of this city
for four years, fs now located at No-
gales, where be has been assigned by
tbe Los Angeles conference.
Mrs. Bessie Campbell, mother of G.
P. Campbell, foreman for tbe Journal-Miner,
will arrive in Prescott to
morrow evening from Santa Ana,
Calif., to spend tbe winter with her
son and his family.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Binford expect
to leave for Los Angeles next Sunday
morning for a few days visit in that
city of flowers. Mr. Binford's mother
has been in poor health and they go
for a visit with her.
The ladies of the Episcopal Guild
are making arrangements for holding
a "Work-a-Day" 6ale at the rooms of
the guild in the Episcopal rectory, on
the first Wednesday in December, at
which time a large variety of nice
Christmas presents will be offered for
sale by tbe ladies.
P. C. Wilder, the well known qtock
man. is up from the Verde valley,
where be has stock interests. He re
ports things in better condition among
tbe stock men of that section than
they have been for many years. He
also reports that most of the shipping
for this season is now over.
The editor of the Journal-Miner ac
knowledges the receipt of a box of
fine apples from the ranch of Mr.
Haskell, of the Verde valley. This is
the old Haskell 4 Kirwagen ranch, one
of the largest fruit ranches in north
ern Arizona, and tons of delicious
fruit of all kinds are marketed from
that place every year.
The following bids were opened in
this city yesterdav for the construc
tion of tbe Raible building: Nolan,
$10,200; Fifleld i Gallagher, $8,793;
Petit, $9,750; Burhans, $9494; Max
well a Sines. $9252. Bids were also I
opened for tbe construction of the St.
Joseph's academy building as fol
lows: Maxwell & Sines, $47,851; Fi
fleld & Gallagher, $49,073; Chandler
& Coe, $55,550; Burhans, $48,536.
Tbe Journal-Miner is in receipt of
a valuable little book entitled "Poisons-Remedies,"
which bas been com
piled by the Mutual Life Insurance
company, of New York. The book, as
its title would indicate, gives tbe
remedies to use in all cases of poison
ing of every kind aud character, and
will be sent free for the asking. Ad-
dress a postal card to The Mutual Life j every nearly indestructible. The cover
Insurance Co., 32 Nassau street. New j ing consists of a thin sheet of steel
York, requesting a copy and it will be j about two inches wide which is bent
sent to you without cost. !
Harry Heck, who has been in tbe i
. m . !
piano bsuiue& in tnis ciiv ior tne
past four years, has sold out his piano
business and will devote bis entire
time to the development of his min-
ing propertv in Mohave county, which ;
is said to be very promising. Mr.
Herk made manv friends in Prescott
bv his business methods which have ; for roa(1 work or whpre 8 wheel i sub
always been above reproach, and while ; Jected to hard, rough riding.
the Journal-Miner regrets that be will
not continue as a Prescott merchant,
yet it wishes him unbounded success
iti bis new undertaking.
" When the butter Won't
COme put a penny in the
Chum," is an Old time dairy
proverb. It often seems to
work though no one has ever
When mothers are worried
because the children do not
gain strength and flesh we
say give them Scott's Emul
sion. It is like the penny in the
milk because it works and
because there is something
astonishing about it
Scott's Emulsion is simply
a milk of pure cod liver oil
with some hypophosphites
especially prepared for delicate
Children take to it naturally
because they like the taste
and the remedy takes just as
naturally to the children be
cause it is so perfectly adapted
to their wants.
For all weak and pale and
thin children Scott's Emulsion
is the most satisfactory treat
ment. We will send you
the penny, . e., a
tie .ure that this picture in
t a label n on the i
BSSfly bottle ot
.SCOTT & BOWNE,
409 Fear! St., N. Y.
yx:. and i oo ; all druggi-'s.
Daring tbe six months ending June
30, 1903, policyholders of The Mutual
Life Insurance company of New York
residing in Arizona received tbe sum
of (43,861. This large amount does
not include sums paid in Arizona for
rent, taxes, salaries, medical examin
ations and tbe like, but is exclusively
money in settlement of claims. Tbe
total payments of tbe company for tbe
same period amounted to over $12,
273,000, a sum more than sufficient to
pay all tbe legislative salaries and ex.
penses of tbe United States ' for tbe
Hsenl vftur 1902. or tn nnrphHse the to-
L, coinage of all the United State8
j mlntg Jn dime quarters and half
dollars for the entire year ending
: June 30, 1902.
Tbe members of tbe Christian
Science church in this city are mak
ing arrangements to bave Judge Ew
ing, of Chicago, deliver a lecture on
Christian Science iu Prescott some
time early in tbe month of January.
It will be remembered Judge Ewing
was to bave delivered a lecture in this
city last winter but he was unable to
meet the engagement so will come
here this winter. Judge Ewing was
for many years one of the leading
lawyers of tbe city of Chicago, but for
some years bas been devoting most of
bis time to 'the lecture platform for
Christian Science. His lecture will
' be one of the finest ever delivered in
, the city as be bas a wide reputation
i as a most impressive talker, having
j lectured all over America and abroad.
Major Leavell informs the Journal
Miner that be bas again sent in a re
quisition to Washington for new rifles
and carbines for the Arizona National
Guard. He has been working on this
ever since last March and this is the
third requisition he bas sent in,- but
he feels sure that tbe requisition will
be granted this time as it was sent in
at the request of the government.
The requisition was for 375 of the
latest improved army guns to take the
place of tbe old fashioned Springfields
with which the members of the na
tional guard are now equipped. Tbe
major reports having received a com
munication from Winslow that they
are talking of organizing a company
at that place.
W. T. Hall, the machinist, bas been
experimenting on a steel covering for
bicycle tires which would make the
tires absolutely puncture proof and
by a machine be has constructed, so
8S.to fit over u l,,cv'1" t,re The cov"
nrina ia nut nrpr t hp 1 t. uhen th
wind is out ana ben tbe tire is
!! UP uKh " flts the fitee cot-
Br,uB . xne .u.euuou .s not
Perfected as be expects to bave it
oon, but it looks like tbe steel cover-
,n woula oe 1 tblu especially
From Friday's Daily.
J. W. Sullivan, tbe cattle man, is
down from Seligman today.
W. A. Rowe is in Prescott today
from tbe Hassayampa district.
Harry LaMontayne came up from
(he Sultau mine this morning.
Mrs Joseph Drew has gone to Los
Angeles to spend the winter.
Mjgs .veilie Drake returned home
this morning from a visit to Phenix.
Wm. Thomas, chief engineer at the
county hospital, left this morning for
California on a business trip.
J. W. Wbedeu, a mine owner of the
Jerome Junction district, is in Pres-
cott on business.
Mrs. J. I. Gardner returned borne
last night from a visit of several
weeks with relatives in Oklahoma.
Andrew Girodon and Miss M. Shea
ville were married yesterday, Rev.
Father Bennett performing the cere
mony. Governor Alex. O. Brodie came up
from Phenix this morning for a con
sultation with Attorney General E.
John Hanlon, superintendent of the
Crown Point mine, came up from the
south this morning in company with
The union Thanksgiving services
will be held this year iu the West
Prescott Methodist church. Kev. E.
B. Taft will deliver the Thanksgiving
Ben Blanchard, general manager of
tbe great Iron King mine near Val
Verde, is iu Kansas City on busiuess
for tbe company and also for a visit
with bis family.
Fen S. Hildretb, register of the
United States land office, is wearing
an extra sized smile today as a result
of a prescut this morning from his
wife of a fine haby boy.
Deputy Sheriff Joe Young returned
this morning from Congress with a
Mexican woman who bad failed to ap-
he grand j"ry as a wit
ness after having been summoned to
H. I). Aitken, of tbe Bashford-llur
mister company, has returned from
I business trip to I be eastern markets.
i While iu the east he made a trio to
hii old home in Canada and had a
nice visit with old time friends and
relatives. He reports having nail a
9x11 time, which, being interpreted,
means that be enjoyed himself to tbe
A. P. Fulcher went to Ash Fork this
morning to see his sister, Miss Ada
Fulcher, who has been visiting in
California for some time, and who
will pass through Ash Fork this even
ing ou her way to Oklahoma.
The general missionary committee
of tbe Methodist F.piscopal chuich
which is now i:i session at Omaha, bas
appropriated $62,777 for domestic mis
sions. Of this sum Arizona will re
ceive $6200 aud New Mexico i5227.
The only busiuess transacted in the
district court this morning was tbe
bearing of a divorce case in which
Mrs. Matta M. Kepner nv-!;ed fT a de
cree of divorce from her husband John
M. Kekuer. The divorce was granted.
Deputy United States Marshal K.
W. Hill, of Tucson, passed through
Prescott this moruiug on bis way to
the northern part of the territory to
summon wituesses for the United
States court which will open in Pres
cott next Monday, tbe 16tb.
M. B. Hazeltiue, of tbe li;.i,k of
Arizona, and R. N. Fredericks, of
tbe Prescott National Bank, are in
Phenix today attending the initial
meeting of the bankers of Arizona. It
is hoped to organize a territorial
bankers' association at this meeting.
Mrs. Dan Campbell went to Jerome
Junction again this morning, being
notified that her son, Harry Campbell,
was worse. She will be met at tbe
Junction by Tom Campbell, of Jerome,
and an effort will be made to bring
Harry to Prescott tonight where he
can bave better medical attention.
Ed Block and W. A. Cline returned
from Phenix this morning where they
bave been in attendance as witnesses
at the examination of tbe charges
against former Surveyor General Price
and bis chief clerk, Murphy. Tbe
case against tbe abeve parties was car
ried over to tbe next term of the
United States court.
Antone Revolon is a recent arrival
in Prescott from Oxnard, California.
He came to join Mrs. Revolon who
has been visiting here for several
weeks. They will remain here for a
few days more before returning to
their home in California. They are
visiting with their daughters Mrs. F.
G. and Mrs. B. L. McCoy.
A. A. Pratt, who was indicted by
the grand jury this week ou a charge
of forgery, is now a United States pris
oner, tbe United States Marshal hav
ing served a warrant on him last Tues
day, on a charge of embezzling money
from tbe government while he was
deputy postmaster at Wickenburg.
The county officials turned him over
to the government officials but it was
thought best to have tbe indictment
made in the district court as a precau
tionary movement in case the govern
ment charge should fail.
The Arizona Sand Stone Brick com
pany is meeting with fine success in
the new enterprise in this city. Theit
plant is surpassing the capacity claim
ed for it, they having turned out as
high as 22,000 bricks in one day.
While these bricks are superior to the
old fashioned burnt mud bricks, it is
claimed tbey can be produced at a
less cost, and in fact tbey are being
placed in tbe wall in buildings in this
city now for less than tbe other brick.
Tbe enterprise is a most worthy one
and its success is very gratifying to
Tbe arrival of the cavalry boys at
Whipple has had the effect of arotisiug
the base ball fever and a game of tbat
exciting sport has been arranged for,
to be played at the ball grounds west
of Prescott next Sunday afternoon.
The oavalry boys had heard of tbe
Whipple team's reputation aa ball
tossers and tbey bad no sooner arrived
tban tbey bantered tbe Whipple team
for a game, and the Whipple being
of an accommodating nature at once
promised the new arrivals to give
them the best they bad, so a lively
game may be expected next Sunday.
Tbe ladies of tbe Congregational
church are preparing a novel enter
tainment which tbey will give on tbe
afternoon and evening of November
28. Tbe title tbat thev have given
the entertainment is "A Trip Around
the World." This certainly opens up
a world of possibilities as to the ex
tent and amusement of the entertain
ment, and these ladies are noted tor
providing good things for their pat
rons, so those who want to make a
flying trip around tbe world will un
doubtedly find a good opportunity.
Tbe ladies promise to give tbe public
more details of tbe affair later.
The first car of oranges to be ship
ped from the valley this season, was
started to New York over the Santa
Fe this morning, shipped by tbe Phe
nix Produce Co. The fruit by special
arrangement, will reach New York in
nine days, and will be the first oranges
from the southwest orchards on the
market of the metropolis. Over 400
boxes made up the shipment and it is
thought they will sell for from $8 to
$10 per box. They were picked from
tbe orchards of Manard, Leutz and
Graham, and it is said they are par
ticularly large and well flavored. Ac
companying tbe car is W. E. Ell-
wanger, who will dispose of the ship
ment. Phenix Gazette.
Delegate Wilson bas introduced a
number of bills in tbe house, the mot-t
important of wbicb provides for a
public building at Phenix to cost
$100,000, aud public buildings at Tuc
son aud Prescott also, to cost $50,000
each. Col. Wilson also introduced
bills to increase the salary of the col
lector of customs at ports ou the Mex
ican line, from $2000 to $4000, tbe au
thorizing of the settlers iu the Navajo
reservation to release their titles iu
order to allow pay for the improve
ments. He has been active in the
interest of statehood aud declares tbat
he has found that the mea&ure is as
sured of a majority in the house, un
less the issue is made a party ques
tiou. This he does not regard as pos
sible on tbe eve of a presidential
election. The fight will be made for
separate statehood Phenix Gazette.
Capt. (i. G. Palmer left this morn
ing for Ocean Park, California, where
Mrs. Palmer has been visiting for some
time. Captain Palmer came to Pre
cott several months ago on a leave of
ab.-ence from his regiment, he being
in poor health, but be says Arizona
hail restored him to health again ami
he is uow ready to resume his duties
with his company aud has asked to
join the rcgnneut, the :i0tb infantry,
again, which he will do as soon as it
arrives from the Philippiues which
w ill be about tbe middle of Decern
ber. Tbe regiment will be stationed
either at Fort Crook, Omaha, Nebras
ka, or at Fort Logan H. Roots, Little
Rock, Ark., it has not been definitely
settled as yet. Captain and Mrs.
Palmer made many warm friends in
Prescott while here and the beat
wishes for their future welfare follows
Matters in Court.
Judge Sloan called the venire of
fifty trial jurors this morning and as
soon as the venire was completed they
were excused until 9::) tomorrow
morning when it is likely some of the
oases on the calendar will be taken
The grand jury reported a number
of indictment as follows:
James Burk, Romero Rubio, Harry
Upson, Cbaa. Day, A. A. Pratt and
Jacinto Cota, and tbe above prisoners
were brought into court and the indictment.-
read to them and they were
given the statutory time, which is till
tomorrow, to plead.
Lucero aud Peralta, who were ar
raigned yesterday, both plead not
guilty aud their case set for trial on
Saturday, Nov. 14.
Harry Upson pleaded guilty to a
charge of forgery and time for sen
tencing him was set for next Monday.
Vega withdrew his plea of not guilty
aad entered plea of guilty.
Tbe in lictment of DeLeou was found
to be faulty in its construction and
bis case was again referred to the
t has. UeLieon, wtiich ad been re
ferred to them the second time; Ra
mon Cordova, charged with murder,
having shot a Mexican to death some
weeks ago in front of his saloon on
Granite street ; and H. A. Pitta, who
is charged with making a gun play
during tbe strike troubles at Walker
The above parties were arraigned be
fore Judge Sloan and given tbe statu
tory time to plead.
Tbe following charges were ignored
by the grand jury: Patrick O'Donnell,
who was charged with having drawn a
gun on some of the striking miaers at
the Pickerel camp last summer when
tbey were trying to take his picture
Geo. Moore; Francisco Rubles and
Roy Jones. These prisoners were or
Chas. Day who was Indicted yester
day entered a plea of not guilty and
bis case was set for this afternoon.
John Burke, Rometo Rubio and Ja
cinto Coto, who were indicted yester
day, all plead not guilty and Jtheir
cases set for trial next Monday.
Pedro Lopezentered a plea of guilty
and bis sentence will be pronounced
A. A. Pratt entered a Jplea of not
guilty but no time was set for hie
Tbe afternoon was taken up with
the trial of Chas. Day, before a jury,
on a charge of rape. He was found
guilty of the offense and will be sen
tenced next Monday.
A Prize For Boys.
The America Boy for November
comes to us with tnirty six pages
chock full of matter of interest to
boys that will keep them busy for
many long evenings. Xtns number
contains some particularly attractive
matter. Tbe first chapter of a story
by the editor entitled, "Three Yankee
Boys in Ireland," being a combined
story of travel and history, thorough
ly illustrated, makes its appearance.
Appropriate to the month are two ejL-
cellent football stories "Harding;
Substitute," and "Jack's Two Vic
tories," with an item on "How to
Train for Football." Other stories
are: "How Me and Bill Trapped
Dodflsh;" Fritz Ulrich's Turkey;
"The Little Cayuse," and "How Jim
Got His Antelope." There are ar
tides telling how to make a coasting
wagon, how to rig up an electrical ap
paratus for the bedroom, how to be
come strong, and how a boy can be his
own bookbinder. Then there are il
lustrated articles ou "Boys for the
Navy;" "Helpful Influences;" "The
St. Bernard Hospice;" "Champion
Swimmers;" "Good Tricks for Winter
Evenings;" "A Peculiar November
Celebration;" "Tbe Last Remnant of
Perry's Fleet;" "The Trials and
Triumphs of a Country Boy in a Great
City." There are pages devoted to
the headings, The Boy Photgrapher
With the Boys; The Order of The
American Boy ; The American Hoy
Liceum; Stamps, Coins and Curios;
Puzzles; Home, Church and School;
Money Makers and Money Savers.
Tbe whole makes a program ot good
reading matter nowhere else to be
found under one cover. Subscription
price, $1 a year. Snigle copies 10
cents. The American Boy will lie
given free with every new subscription
for the Weekly Journal-Miner wbicb
pays one year in advance. Boys, now
is the time to pet the American Boy
free for yourself. Hustle for the
The following is a list of letters re
maining in the postoffice at Prescott,
Arizona, for the week ending Nov.
Barr, Albert C
Gregg, Mrs J
King, S W
McDonald, R J
Parker, Mrs C M
Bia, A R
Fish, J M
Lieser, Mrs M
Mclnerney, T J
Woodward, D J
Williams, R J
Bassamse, C Bazil, Yuacia
Moureal. A C Soo, S
Royas, E Olgulera, M
Parties calling for any of the above
letters will please say advertised.
A. L. Smith, postmaster.
Nickel Silver Cat
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P In 1 The New England
g o watch Co.
I X A j Factories
JjHy S J Watetsarr. Coaa.
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kXgyf Saa Frsadice.
In the Corona Consoli
Twenty-Inch Vein of Free Milling
Gold Ore Uncovered That As
says $47 Per Ton.
W. F. Grove, superintendent of tne
Corona Consolidated Gold and Cop
per Mining company's property, came
into Prescott a day or two ago in high
spirits to report to tbe officers and
stockholders of tbe company a new
find be has just made on tbe Silver
Bill claim belonging to the company.
Mr. Grove was seen by a Journal
Miner man and the particulars of tbe
new strike were given about as fol
He said he bad been told several
times that tbe old prospectors who
had worked on that property years
ago had gathered up the float in tbe
neighborhood of the Silver Bill claim
and bad worked it in an old arastra
and bad extracted considerable gold
from it, but he bad never taken much
stock in the story until a few days ago.
Tbos. Roach happened to be passing
by the property and be told Mr. Grove
that it was a fact, so be thought he
would investigate the matter a little
and see if he could locate tbe ledge
where the float had corne from. He
put in several days carefully prospect
ing every foot of tbe ground and An
ally be decided to prospect an old
open cut and abort tunnel that that
had been opened up many years ago,
ana he had only worked a snort time
here until he found tbat the workmen
had just struck one little point of the
ledge and bad then followed a little
stringer which had pinched out in a
few feet and tbey bad abandoned the
workings. As soon as he saw where
the ledge was he began to sink on it
and in a few feet had opened up a
twenty inch vein of solid free milling
ore in which the free gold conld be
seen on many pieces with the naked
eye. He took out quite an amount
of the ore and made several assays and
got an average of tbe ore clear across
at $47.18 in gold with a trace of silver.
He was so overjoyed with the find
that be put the men to work sinking
on tbe vein and started for town with
the news. He left for the property
again this afternoon but promises to
let the Journal-Miner know of the
progress in opening up tbe new strike.
A Severe Experiment.
It is said that a certain gentleman
in this city who is more or less inter
ested in the product of tbe Sand Stone
Brick company, thought the other day
that he would do a little experiment
ing with the new bricks and deter
mine what their power of resistance
to the weather wonld be after tbey
were placed in a wall. He according
ly let one of them soak in water over
night, took it out tbe next day and
froze it as solid as ice whilb it was
still wet, and then threw it into tbe
fire to thaw it out. He was very much
gratified upon cooling the brick off to
know tbat be could hardly break it
with a sledge hammer and it had held
its perfect shape through all tbe se
vere test and had not crumbled in the
least. This certainly was a test of
the abiilty of this product to success-
folly withstand the atmospheric
changes, as snch a teet as that will
scale granite to some extent, and will
do considerable damage to red sana
stone, pioving that the sand
bricks arc superior to any of
materials as a building material
Fish For Verde River.
Friday afternoon last the United
States flsh commissioner brought into
Jerome 8950 flsh which were planted
in Oak creek, Lower Oak creek,
Peck's lake and Syracuse ireek, di
vided as follows:
Oak Creek. "000 trout.
Lower Oak Creek 400 trout, 50 two
year old black bass, and 200 two year
oi l strawberry bass.
Syracuse Creek 600 trout.
Peck's Lake 50 two year old black
bass, 200 two year old strawberry base,
250 rock bass, and 200 crappie.
The fish were brought over from Je
rome Junction in a special car kindly
furnished by General Manager H. J.
Allen of the U. V. 3l P. railroad.
Once in Jerome they were quickly
transferred to waiting wagons under
supervision of Territorial Fish and
Game Commissioner Jean Allison,
and as soon aa possible thereafter were
planted in tbe different streams with
a loss only of a very few two year old
Tbe sportsmen of northern Arizona
owe a debt of gratitnde to Commis
sioner Allison for bis splendid work
in stocking the streams of thia part
of tbe territory with flsh. He has to
date been instrumental in having had
over 18,000 fish planted in tbe streams
ir this section. The fish distributed
in Jerome last week amounted to one
half a car, as they were carried in tbe
regulation railroad flsh car.
Thanks are also due Senator Clark,
Hon. M. A. Smith and a large num
ber of local gentlemen who assisted
iu the work,aud last, but by no means
least, tbe United State fish commis
sioner. Jerome News.
Early risers breakfast rolls.
Pressed into service tbe newspa
Some apples ripeu late, but tbat
was an early fall apple Adam ate.
A pretty actress looks charming at
many stages in life.
Seeing Maine is a prohibition state.
how cau liar Barbor harbor a bar?
Press goods tbat go to waist may
not tie waste material.
Somehow it seems to be tbe dryest
books that we hare to wade through.
A good peumau might be a complete
failure at making a pig pen.
Even a Daughter of the Kevolutiou
may be afraid of a revolver.
Some women can pin their faith to
I man much easier if it is a diamond
Oysters in every style at Mansfield A
Catarrh t 'ins with a stubborn cold in the hestd, inflammation or sore-
nesc of U e i . mliran or lining of the nose, discharge of mucus matter,
h;a ' iches. n- i mi difficult breathing, and even in this early stage
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imo the throat! and stomach and the blood becomes polluted and the
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On. then the sufferer had a sickening? and disgusting- odor, and I ocughed
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Degins to realize wnat a Jt taking several bottle I we cured and
dl have never since had th slightest symptom of th
ing disease Cati-rrh ia
It afferts the l:;dneys
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di mm and as inhaling' mixtures, salves, ointments, etc . are never more
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