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liRJONAJOURIs1 AL-2IINEK ! ANOTUEK atomi-ted buquv.
WANTED-TKUSTV01tTUV AND ACTIVE
. . asslss e ladies to travel fr riMpom-i-Me.
fWwhwt aoswe in Ariaonc. Monthly
f . . i"hi HU. inference.
jsaiuiiissasi nnarwgKil oUsml oovelope.
MlaiimComnwy. Dept. V. Chicago.
WEDN ESDAY FEB. 16, 1S9S
1X.KAS.Y2T WEDDING 1'DKtV.
Marria;o of Two or Irccotts Popular
and Ustimable Tonne reople
A very ploaeant little assemblage
g&tfwrod last evening? at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Weaver
to wituws the ceremony which
united their daughter, Miss Edith
Wearer, in marriage to Rudolph
Baehr. Aido from the relatives of
tbe bride, Jthero were only a few of
tbe more intimate friends of the
As the bridal party entered the
aarior where the cerenionv was nor
formed, a wedding march was played
by JLMs aaaie Archibald.
The ceremony was performed by
Her. C. K. Jennees, after which the
happy couple received the hearty
oowrstBlauoas ot all present.
The bride looked quite beautiful,
arrayed ia a wedding gown of pure
watte, ine groom was dressed in
tbw conventional full dress suit The
couple were the recipients of a large
mmber of elegant and useful pres
Mt& After the ceremony and con
graiulstioQS were over, the guests
repaired to the dining room, where a
sumptuous weoumg supper was
-served and discussed with relish.
Tbe groom, who is an industrious
prosperous young business man
oLPreecott had already built and
furnished a handsome and cosy little
cottage in West Prescott previous to
toe wedding, and to tins tney re
paired after the departure of the
nests, and where they will reside.
Tke bride is a native of Prescott,
and is a very estimable young lady.
The Toeag couple start on their
matrimonial journey with the best
wishes of the community, and may
tboir lutn.re be as bright, as pros
perous and as happy as the present
v Tin- Srarrfi for Troth.
J.B toe search lcr train no aid is ti
effective as tbe ever rvttdy spirit of ac
tivity. He who postpones patting what
be knows into practice until ho knows
ra are will find his journey a long and
dKeoBraging one. Cariylo well says:
"Conviction, were it never so excellent,
is worthless till it converts itself into
oecdccL Nay, properly conviction is
set possible till thou, inasmuch as all
gaecBlatiou is by nature endless and
formless. .Most trno is it, as a wise man
teaches us, that, 'Doabt of any sort can
net be removed except by action. On
which ground, too, kt him who gropes
painfully in darkless or uncertain light
and pray rchenjeotiy that the dawn
limy ripen into day, lay this other pre-
ocpt wull to heart, which to mo was of
invaluable service. 'Do the dcty which
lies nearest to thee,' which thou know
oat to be a doty Tbe second dcty will
utieady bavt become clearer."
HMtwiHiii UrUiig rower.
The del!' limpet polls 1,934 time:
Its own wish; when in the air and
stoat doable wben raeatmred in the to
er. iums pen 1.41)3 times tncir own
deadweight. Too .Mediterranean cockle,
YflMM verrucosa, can exert a polling
power equal to S.071 times tbo weight
of its own bouy So great is the power
poaKascd by the oyU - that to cpeu it a
foeoe equal to 1.319. 5 times tbo weight
of its abelleM body is required. If tbe
banian being possessed strength as great
ia proportion as tiai of these shellfish,
the vetape man would be able to lift
tbe encrnsocs weight of 2,076,000
pounds, pulling in the same degree
tae nanpet. Ana it tbe man pnued in
tbe amme proportionate decree as the
oodrle be wouM sustain a weight of no
less tbaa 3, 104,500 pounds. Worthing
"How leag have you been in Bome?'
said Pope Km IX
"Three weeks," was tho ready an
"Ah, then," said bisholines3, "yon
have seen Bome, And how long have
von bean here?" asked he, turning to
the eeeond visitor.
"Three mouths," was the answer.
"Yob, then," continued the pope,
"have began to see Borne. And yon,
eir, " turning finally to the third of his
visitGca, "how long havo von been
"Three years," was the reply.
"Then you," said the pope, "have
not began to ma Bome. "
TotaMee Steke and Floirers.
A xeaaarkable effect of tobacco fcxaoke
on the color of Sowers may bo seen in
the case of tbe field scabia named
botanicalir Knavtia arvensis, so fre
qoentJy on the hills and commons from
ABgast till October. If its purplish bine
bloasoiriP. which form nearly globose
beads, are held in the smoke of tobacco,
taeir color will soon turn to a bright
aiaaa, aboct the seme color as the
A hallooB was rent np from Berlin
iu 1S&5 eq nipped with self registering
tbenaometers sad barometers. It came
down in Bosnia with the instruments
in good condition. The barometer regis
tered as elevation of S3, 872 feet, and
tfce thermometer a temperature cf 52 de
gases balaw zero S.
liat In the Trarelisc 1'uullc
Before purchasing raiiroad tickets
K is wis and alsa economical to be
sure that you are going via tho best
and febortest route.
Tbe Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix
Bail way Company, with its improved
train serrics in connection with the
Saoia Fe Systein-iiaes, is tho quick
est aad best route to ail Eastern
E tints. Pa-sj-nger trains, limited,
are Preott daily at 4:30 a. m.,
errivMvr at D-urt r at 5:00 p. m. sec
ud . vpiiiuc f43 hoursl, Kansas
City. 7.-05 a. m. third morning,
hourel. St. Louirs Qzlv p. m.
hoursl and Cbieafo 9:00 p. m. third
erooing, 72 hour?.
If yoar friende in the East con
template making a trip to this sec
tion, advise tbu tt ' ravel via The
bants Ft" and Ah Fork, the scenic
Fit furibr perticuiais and rates,
c&il on or write,
W. S. GOCDSWOBTIIT,
City Ticket Agent, S. F., P. & P.
R'y Prescott, Ariaona. jauTtf
Ten nllari lleintd.
Ou ir about December 12, a milch
eow belonging to tbe undersigned
strayed from Senator mining camp,
- (idseriptioa ae follows: Large, red
and white spotted cow, about ten
years old, i.raudrd S C on loft hip.
A reward of $10 will be paid for het
return to J. X. Shull's livery stable,
Prescott. or to the Senator mining
iBStap. Mcs. H. R. Hchphsev. l-2Gtf
Proposals are wanted immediately
for boring a well-frooi three to five
Tttcbaa-tudiauieter. from 200 to 400
feet deep. Formation conglomerate j
UnrcUr Try to Effect an Entrauce Laat
'IClt to the Kesldence Kecently
Occupied by Dr. rentlanrt.
That the burglars operating in
Prescott are still in business, and
havo neither the fear of the law or
the officers iu their minds, was dem
onstrated again last night. The
scone of their operations on this
occasion was tho residence recently
occupied by Dr. Pentlaud and wife.
The family vacated the building on
Saturday, taking out all their fur
niture, except a bed up stairs and
one down stairs.
The former was occupied last
night by Walter Pentland and tho
down stairs by Wilwot. About 2
o'clock this morning Wilmot was
awakened by a noise on listening for
a few minutes discovered that tho
noise was occasioned by somo one
boring a hole in tho kitchen door.
He asked the borer what was want
ed and at the same time called to
his brother up stairs when tho bur
glars hastily departed. Au exami
nation of tho door revealed the fact
that six holes had been bored into it
and work was progressing on the
seventh hole. Had they succeeded
in geClTbg' Thside" they would have
found very slim picking for burglars.
Deafneif Cannot bo Cured
By local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of tho
ear. There is only one way to euro
deafness, and that is by constitu
tional remedies. Deafness is caused
by an inflamed condition of the mu
cous lining of tho Eustachian tube.
When this tube gets inflamed, vou
have a rumbling sound or imperfect
bearing, and when it is entirely
closed, deafness is the result, and
unless the inflammation can betaken
out aud this tube restored to its
normal condition, hearing will be
destroyed forever; nine cases out of
tea are caused by catarrh, which is
nothing but an inflamed condition
of the mucous surfaces.
Wo will give One Hundred Dol
lars for any case of Deafness (caused
by catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir
F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are tho best.
All Iavlted to Attend ;
lerntory of Arizona,
Phenix, Jan. 11. 1S9S.
Tho committee having in charge
the giving of a celebration on Wash
ington's birthday in Phenix. Ariz.,
hereby cordially invito 9very one to
attend who may desire. All rail
roads will give one fare round trip
to Phenix and return.
CUAELES H. AKERS,
Free. A Beautiful rieture.
Free pictures beautifully colored
for framing, and four copies of Up
to Dato of recent issues. Each issue
has beautiful colored back and front
and from forty to fifty large humor
ous pictures by the famous artists of
America. Will keep the family in
good humor and good reading for a
whole month. Send ten cents in
stamps or silver to Up to Date, Chi
A first class dining room has been
opened in connection with the Home
Kitchen, east side of plaza, one door
south of Prescott Mining Exchange.
Old customers invited and new pat
rol age solicited. Board by the day
or week. Home cooking. Mrs Ella
Curtis, proprietoi. l-24tf
All passengers bound for tho
north secure reservations for passage
and freight in advance thus avoid
ing all vexatious delays. For full
particulars call on or address W. S.
Goldsworthy, City Ticket Agent and
S. S. Agent.
Notice to Mine Owners.
I will co-operate with the ow
ner of a large body of gold claims
to develop the property.
B. C. Davis,
Counsellor at Law, 1S6 Eemsen St.,
Alhambra Cafe and lodging house;
two offices over Prescott National
Bank; north half of brick building
next to Mining Exchange; one room
south of Mining Exchange.
jt22 Levi Basiifobd.
Wing See Laundry.
Next door to Stephens & Hoover
meat market, Cortez street. Spec
ial rates on family washing by the
week or month. All work carefully
Situation Wan Ted.
First class male cook, (colored)
either for private family, boarding
house or hotel, wants situation. Can
give best ol
Hare Tour Cowa Herded.
Charles Shull and Ollio Mc
Neeley will, on April 1st take charge
of and herd all cows entrusted to
their care. Patronage solicited. fSt6
PBEscoiT.Feb.il, 1S9S. In view
of my departure soon for the Klon
dike I am anxious to settle all ac
counts for and against me.
P. O. Box 97. 2-11x6
Woman Wanted to do Wanhlnp;
Tu private family, one day each
week. Apply at this office. tf
In tbe Unimex World.
Will R. Beatty, photograper;
teat south end of McCormick street
West Prescott. One picture, 25
Fre.nh candies at Aitken & Robin !
Juniper wood for sale by John
Bryant. Box 352, Presco" s27tf
For the best and cheapest coal in
the city, call on M. A. Gray, agent
Crescent Coal Co. tf
The family trade supplied with
delicious oyster cocktails. Roeool
& Griffin. o2tf
Wanted. Four wook choppers
right away. Call at tho Winsor
hotel. jan 17dt6,
All kinds of mill work done at
Head's Planing Mill. Chaiges rea-
Piles and other rectal diseases
treated specially on Tuesdays,
Thursdays aud baturdays, 10 to
10:30 a. m. Examinations free.
E. A. Bctler, M. D.
Garland Steel Ranges, 'the
world's best." Prices from $50 to
575. Hill's Hardware Store, tf
Missouri sweet cider direct from
the farm just received at Shu
The skirts are moderately full, hut
with nothing liko tho ripplo effect of
Among tho newest jackets aro those
with straight f routs slightly curved
away from tho waist line.
Plaids are fashionable. They aro
shown not only iu the regulation class,
but in French and fiuicy iK.tterus.
There is nothing more u&eful, stylUh
and universally becoming than a skirt
and blazer. It suits everybody and is tt
Separate waists of creie do chino ttre
extremely popular. They are niadp in
nil colors and black and may bo worn
with skirts of any uiauo or tint.
Blazer suite should be nnuio ot mc
crately heavy ami rather firm go
Fabrics that draw easily and are Vomit)
to cet out of shape should not W.umiI
for blazer suits.
Simplicity is going out of date. Fash
ion demands the utnioat elaborateiu'.-s,
and the amount of material and trim
ming that may ho put into an tip to
dato dress is something surprising.
School dresses for girls are made u
all wool plaids with velvet collar, cultJ
and yoke. They are also trimmed with
narrow velvet ribbon or braid in row
upon row or in fanciful'and elaboruto
A stylish waist has thy front entirely
covered with insertion mid plain strip
of material alternating. This made up
front is quite full and has a collar of
tho plain material wifh folds of hilk
mingled with the folds of the goods. The
sleeves are quite full at tlio tops and lit
tho arms closely below tho elbows.
2sow York Ledger. .
A hand is 4 inches.
A size in collars Ls ono inch.
One .hundred quarts mako a caslc
Tho royal 35 mo. is 5 by 3 inchts.
A royal quarto pago is 12 by 10 inches.
A bushel is equal to 2 150. -42 cubic
Knitting needles aro usually 9 inches
in length. - .
Tho 48 ma paged volume is S2 by
A size in finger rings is one-sixteenth
of an inch.
A sizo in stockings is three-quarter?
of an inch.
Umbrellas aro sized according to tho
length of rib, this varying from 24 to
Canes vary in height, according to
the sizo of the individual using them,
from 33 to 30 inches.
Tho elephant is from 10 to 12 feet in
length and from 6 to 7 feet in height,
although elephants of 10 feet in height
havo been numerous.
Tho average sized spool for rowing
thread is 2 inches high and 1 inches
in diameter at the ends. A spool of
thread means 3bout 200 yards.
Tho blackbird is 10 inches long
from tho tip of the, bill to tho tip of the
tail and tho spread of wings is IU inches.
Tho female bird fs slightly smaller.
Tho blackbird lives from 10 to 12 years.
A cistern 5 feet In diameter contains
4.C6 batzels for every foot of depth. A
6 foot cistern contains 6. CI, a 1 foot
contains 9. 1 3, ono of 8 feet contains
11.93 barrels, one of 9 feet 15.10 and
one of 10 feet 18.65 barrels.
Tho Supremo Court after today
stauds adjourned until Fob. 23.
Tho following business was trans
acted this morniuc:
J. E. Gates vs. R. N. Fredericks
etal; caufe was argued aud submitted.
Luther Wilson vs J. R. Lowry;
argued aud submitted.
Ileiiry Huning vs J. E. Porter, ar
gued and submitted.
SCouut Esterhazy roftise.e to testify
in tho Zola trial.
The trial of Theodore Figol for
tho murder of Isaao Hoffman has
commenced iu Sau Francisco. It
took two weeks to socuro a jury.
. Rear Admiral Thomas O. Sel-
fridiiM Jr. who was recently retired
from tho iiuW is a son of Rear Atl-I
imiral Thomas O. Selfridte rotired
in 1SGG. Tho latter is 90 voars old
aud his son GJ. Tho older Selfridgo
served 86 yearn in tho navy and tho
latter 51 years.
California hastwo confessed inut
derers in adjoining counties. Geo,
W. Clark, who murdered his brother
Anderson Clark, of Napa county.
and Bellow.whn murdered his broth
er and sister &iu Solano county
Both men havo coufessed their ter
rible crimes aud both men will
doubtless banc: as tbo crimes were
committed in cold blood.
Tho entire issue of tho SlOO silvor
certificates havn been called in by
government tho first timo in tho
history of our finances that an en
tire issuo has been recalled. The
occasion of this, as is generally
known, is the large number of dan
gerous counterfeits of this issue
that have been discovered. This
issue amounted to $26,000,000.
William Haworth has just finished a
play called "The Louo Rose,"
Pierre Xoti has just finished a play
which . is intended for tho Comedie
In Spain tho theaters do not issue
programmes, and in London the patron
pays for them.
Mario Wainwright is playing the
leading rolo in Jacob Litt's prtxiuctiou,
"Shall Wo Forgivo Her?"
An item is going around to tho effect
that Sol Smith Russell averages
000 profit per annum by his tours.
Tho last epigram of Sarcey is tho re
mark incidentally dropped that the
providence of vaudeville writers l
It is stated that Stuart Robson in view
of his advancing years contemplates re
tiring from the stage. Ho is rich and
tan afford to do so.
Sir Henry Irving and Mifcs Ellen
Terry will soon start on a professional
tour of tho British provinces which
will last until December.
Mrs. S. A. Baker of the Thomas
Keeno company, now in her eighty -sec
ond year, claims tho distinction of be
ing the oldest actress on the stage.
Charles Frohman is reported by cable
to havo paid $150,000 for tbo lease of
the Duke of York's theater in Loudon
and contracted to pay a rental of $25,
000 a year besides.
William LL Crane once appeared in
ten parts in ono evening. Ho was one
of the officers, tho apparition in the
caldron scene and each one of the eight
apparitions in "Macbeth."
Wo'have adiletlja Line of Toys to onr
alreadyglarge stock, consisting of
Dolls. Doll Carriages,
Wagons, Wagon Coaster
125.00 REWiRD! Wheelbarrows, Carts,
Will be paid by tho undersigned to i
the first person furnishing informa
tion of tho preseut whereabouts of
Francis McKinuoy, formerly of
Rushford, N. Y., if living, or proof
of his death. Has been in tho west,
over 20 years was at or near Flag
staff, Arizona, in 1890.
Geo. G. Socle, Plain well, Mich.,
Executor of estato of Chloo H. Mc
Twenty dollars reward will he
paid by tho undersigned for tho
recovery of tho gold watch stolen
Chairs, Swings, Sleds,
some thing handsome
on the nicht of Sunday, February
6th, from tho residence of R. H tef -f K t rlTMi'o-f-i t-Vr-,
R. B. BCRMISTER.
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
The American cent of 1787 bore the
motto, "Mind Your Business."
London messenger boys aro now
vided with roller skates.
In Franco tho doctor's claim on the
estate of a deceased patient lias prece
dence of all others.
It is stated that in six mouths of the
year American manufacturers can mako
enough shoes to supply the 70,000,000
people of tho United States.
A London painter has trained a parrot-
to say "Wet paint!" When he is work
ing with tho brush, he hangs the bird
in its cage on the fence which is being
painted, and so passersbyaro warned of
SODAHL is the man
In Prescott is Cleaning and Dyeing.
For a dollar or two,
Makes your Clothes look like new,
And save yon from new ones by baying,
Sokommen see dah rami,
Dd to the Prescott Hoase.
men urine your domes uus way,
To be fixed without delay.
And patronize the MASCOT evermore.
Tie Johnson floase !
Mrfn Street, rHK3COTr. ARIZ.
MISS CHRISTINE JOHNSON, Propr.
Well Furnished Booms
')! n nll.
T" MfT'5 r?1 SHtatHel Caledonian coil is the best and!OT1UE PUBLICATION.
Delivered to any part of; toOmctl?
leec rameb can ppiy lo lu,a town. Leave orders with B. H. Notice is hereby Riven that tho following
office Or address, M. C 1. caro JOCK- ttt , named wttler hn tiled notice of hi Intention ti
lmi.-a imt' rt.
B4weu thf corner opposite the
Trkle ridnee and Congregational
Cbmch. Contained checK for $10
mad :u niooev. Finder return to
W. P. Beeia.
Dr. A. ALLDERDICE has re
I make final nroof in SGDtxirt of hi claim. anH
I that naiil proof will be made before the Iteginter
ui. - ana iieoeiver at rrocott, Arizona, on Saturday,
centlv introduced VITALIZED AIR for January 15. IsJ, Tit Martin U Oxboru. for the
r,;nl traction of teeth It of SecUon 27, TVn IS North lUnge 5 K.
the painless extraction oi icein. ii Ue names Uie following witneee to pmts
u ttiA Intaat. invontinn known to his continnomi rmidenen nnon and rnltlvatlnn
dentistry and is absolutely painless "'L m. OMkarle, Uarboa. Geor.ro w.
and harmless under any and all con-' Ilance, j. B. liickeug.aii ,f camp Verde, Ari
re and receive reward. ! Htions and does not
111x3 'patient's lile
j At zona.
euuauger mo FREDERICK A. TBITLE. jn
tf Vint publication Doc. 1,-1).
Carl Unman 5c, 10c. and two for
25c. cigars at Aitken & Pxbin
Mrs. Brownlee, dressmaker, ban
removed to one door oast of Gold
water's store, to the building for
merly occupied by Mrs. Shurtleff
Patronage solicited. oltf
Fine mixed drinks of all kinds at
the Winsor. Rokoul, & GuirriN
For strictly first-class dental work
allowed prices. call on Dr. A. ALL
DERDIOE. the Prescott dentist.
A .nr btnil nf f!nr(inn Rrft4 M
canned goods has arrived at Shepard
& lvastner s. c&Hf
Rokohl, & Griffin the popular
lesees of Hotel insor, aro expe
rienced men. first class accomo
dations aud service. o'itf
Ico cream today si Shumate's.
Wh wear oftl broken or ill fittintr
plates when you can have new ones
made and guaranteed to (it at a
small cost bvDr. A. ALLDERDICE
Any ono wishing to get ono of tho
celebrated Home Comfort Steel
Ranges, with malleable iron top, for
terms and prices audre??,
M. E. Parks,
f3x6 Phoenix, Ariz,
Aft ELEGANT LINE OF
lamps, Eif, Etc.
BASH FORE) -BURMISTER
KELLY & STEPHENS,
F0R3TERLT P. BARRETT'S
Wtt Bide ot Tlaza. 1'ltESCOTT. AK1Z.
n i t
BAB SCPPUEO WITH
The Best and Cheapest f
xji a. a 1.01.UIU
6B0. SMITH. . Trop'r
And Furnishing Goods.
The leading BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE of Northern Arizona
"We carry a complete lino of Flannel TJndo-ear, Blankets, Quilts, Overalls
Buck Gloves, Hats, Caps, Rubber and O Clothing, Umbrellas, Tents, ate
gjtf We also carry a most completo assortment of School and Blank
Books, Legal Blanks and School Supplie
We are exclusive agents for the sale 'f tho celebrated CAMEL SKIN
SHOES and also LENTZ'S Leather Sole I Nailed RUBBER BOOTS.
CORNER MONTEZUMA AND GURLEY STREETS!
All Kinds of Building Material kept
in Stock for the WHOLESALE and
RETAILS tho Choicest FRUJT.
Fine Llbe of Confectionerv. CALIFORNIA REDWOOD, OREGON PINE AND NATIVE PINE
Fine line of CIGARS, TOBACCO, J Lumber, Sash. Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Etc.. in as completo a
and other specialties. I no as can be found anywhere.
jSTB.un in connec
tion with tho vard
turns out all kinds of
first-class work on short notice Don't buv or build until you first figure
with A T CTTP A 1
Telephone 110. r 1 'i-A-.
Yard and Mill on Cortez Street, opposite J. I. Gardner't Store, PRES
COTT, ARIZONA. Agent for SAGINAW LUMBER CO
en. THE PLANING MILL
Dyeing, Cleaning, Repairing
and Pressing for Ladies
Gents,. a Specialty..
A IiL WOKK done promptly and rub ran.
Jr teed tirst-class. Charges Reasonable,
Mrs. 11. 15. WELLS,
JSFOurlev Ktreet, oppoxUe Brecht'fc.
-BOARDING AND DAY
SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES.
Congress House !
Twontv-tirst Tear. Twentr-fire tpiehorn
Seminary, College. Preparatory anu Aormai
ooarees, ... .
ConMTTatorr of ranic witn rioTen noifMjr
and complete court for Voice and luptru
eat- . .
Primary anil ninuercarton uomnnirai r
Children. Carriage will call. Next iiwia will
brain Monday. Austut 2d. For illustralrtl
HKY. KI). H. CllUKCH. A. Si., l'nncipai.
1033 v alenda HU. ban i rancinco.
MRS. HERRELL, Proprietress
0"Tablo is Supplied with
the Best in the Market.
flTShort Ordrrs Sened if
XJP"Regular luncheons and
"White Help Employed '
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Fine Kentucky Whiskeys!
A full lino of WINES and CIGARS for tho General Trade.
Sole Dealer in "W. J. LEMP'S Brewing Co. Draught and Bottled Beer
Incorporated in 1877. The Oldest
Bank in tho Territory.
- . 50,000
. - 10,750
HUGO RICHARDS Piesident
E. W. WELLS Vice President
M. B. nAZELTINE .Cashier
Bankof California BAN FllANClBCO
LaldUwACo MKW YOKK
Tha Union National Baal:...., CHICAGO
Boatroen, Bank ST. UOVliS
k General Baoiiog Bu5ines3 Transitlei
DIUITS and TaUciaphlo Kx change on all th
nrlnelnal eltisa of tha United BtatM bouftit
Dm Collections receive prompt
Escrow napora taken caro ol
Electric Telephone.No. 100.
Capital Paid Id. - 100,000
Surplus and Fronts, - zz,vw
KIU.SU M. MUBPHY. PrMldant.
IIKNRY KIN'SLKY. Cahier.
Uiui "v. u lllOOH.Aaet. Caabler.
JOHN C HEBNDOK.
D. 2f. FEBBY.
W. W. ROSS, PropnetorJ
The Purest Grade ol
Medicines and Drugs
Always on Hand at
gK 1 would rcapectfnllr call tbo attention of
tiin public to my Proscription and
Countrr Onltr DoFartment, which at.
anexcellfiil by any aimilar booco in tola
city. Tho atrictott teener U xaeeerrcd
all onlera and gooda are shipiI
free from obeorration and withoat ttif
of the oaal mark, or other OTidenota
of tho contact of a pacluur. ltamrra
ber tho place and cd direct to tha
CORNER DRUO STORE,
The HON Tprater
Is "The Best' Machine.
Notic i hereby siren that tie b&w
owner of tha"jewer and "Ohio vtSt
in Jlasaaxampa Milling DUtrict. TirSLS
ty. Arizona, will not be rc poiiti hie f wSL1
contracted for labor or material L"F?aii
i the party working same uadw haJrSfi
Nolle? if hereby ten that the Gold Sti?
Ins (iiAtrict,Sinta Mana. i4Tapai'e2?
xoaa. will not bn rwpon ible f orakf' V
tractnl aeaint aki mine for labor o2.t
f nmUhed or other porposeg, while tha 2S
txin(r worked nnor bond or W.
I'rescott. Arizona. Oct. 6. mi.
Notice in cereuTinentnitOnin. 5
owner of the irronp of mine kS?S
Cro-Jt introot canyon. Uaaganm-TJ
ipat cuniy, Aruona. af il
ponable for anr doilrf,S
for labor or otherwue by parUea worl
"Accounts of Individuals, Firms
and Corporations Solicited oa
. SCHDERMAN, ; ; : Proprietor.
rOie liner's Home!
feird adLofeKT W!t M
, - u
Thre Meils for
Three Square Meals a Ttey.
LARGE A2fD AIRY BOOMS,
White . Help . Onlv.
Sooth Montermna Street. Preeoott.
$WiI. CLAYP00L. -
Arizona . Ore
Bayers of All Claaeos of
THE HIGHEST GBADE STANDARD OF
X KXCKLUiNCE, controlled by no trust or
combine. Contains many hirable featorei
herrtofore overlooked by other manafactnnrs.
Addreea for iartlcn.'ara
The Munson Typewriter Co.,
240-244 W.Lake St. - - - Chloco,
By H0DGD0N BROS., Placentas.
THE "DALffiHf MINE!
TIIIS property has a depth of 70 feet, a drift
feet, connected with tunnel 62 feet. Tape
tho shaft 30 feet deep.
LEDGE FOUR FEET WIDE
AS we adTsnce in depth, ti e ore grown more
VALUABLE. We wih for peoplo who
would like to purchase this sort of property.
CALL AND EXAMINE OURS.
PABST BREWING CO
Milwaukee Laser Beer
HERMAN YOGB, Sole Deal.
Tho Estate oQAlpheoa McCann, deceaeod,
harins been appraised, present indications are
that it will not be able to meet the debts cf the
deceased. Those having claims against said
estate and who can scenre themselves otherwise.
it would be advisable to do so.
8. A. LOGAN,
Administrator ot tho Estate of Alpheas IMc-
Cann. deceased. ianlS-lm
MOTIOE is hereby iriven that ho regular an-
nual meeting of the stockholders of the
SUUU11A UUUU lU.llIIU JUIl.l.lj
COMPANY, will bo held at h nffirn r tho mm.
NEWTON, Jasper county. Iowa, on
Monday, Mamh 11, 1898, at two
o'clock p. m.,
year, anil each other baMness as may properly
come before them. A. K. LUr Kllj, Sec'y.
And Clop Rouse
First-Class Meals served at
all hours during the day at
25c 35c and 50e
To suit customers.
Short Orders a 8 pec altj.
S CAVEATS, DESIGNS, TRADE-MARKS.
m Send us a modei or rough, pencil t
m SKETCH of your lnrcntlan and we will (f,
S EXAMINE aad report a to Its patent- g
S allSy? " Invcctora'uide or How to Get
n ratent," tent free
g O'FARRELL, FOWLER & O'FARRELL, 8
Uwyen aad SoHcitea of Amaricaa ssd 9
' Fcre'gn Pitia,
mU25H.Y.AVL, WASHISSTOH, D. C
2 When writing jaSatlaa this paper.
Adjotnnig the Cob-Web Saloon,
F0NG MURPHY &C0., Props
FINEST Bestaarantin Prescott. Prirata
rooms for families or for priTnte paitis
Fish, Oysters and all Kinds of Can
Table Supplied with everything th
: For Mining Maps and :
I DrawingsWestern Pict-
: ures and Types, in color
I or sepia tint, Lodge Do-
: signs, Line Drawings, ;
: Zincotypes, Half Tones, :
: and Etchings, and All :
I kinds of reproductions :
Office of Journal-Miner,
Home-stead Entry No. 7Ji
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lasd OrriCB at Pmscott, Aeizosa.
... . , . January 29. 1K8.
named settler has filed notice ot his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof -will bo made before Hegiater k
lleceiTer. at Prescott. Arizona, on March 9, 1S98.
J"hn lloberts, for the EHNEU 8ec 9. and
Mm GiniM thA fAllAmniintiiii.u V T
5ti D j28 .idenco opoa. and culti ration of.
w if rn.t-i- q;- -r
;f.c.tt-,.MrJdfnd Aruona; W. W. Bosley,
. . WMW&OVU. ItCKVlk
FHEDEIUCK A. TH1TLE, JH., Begister.
irst publication January 29. D.
will not be responsible for
ender lease or bond or othenriss.
Preecotl, Arizona, August a, 1S7."
Notice is hereby men that the mw 3
owners of three fourths of the LitU V;l
other nilning elxlrns sitnated in Lonssa9' '
ley. Mineral Point mining distfrtjU
County, Arizona, and they will not bs rwS
for any debt contracted asaiast tairw
claims dj any person or persons.
J. W. HamLS -
Prescott. Arizona.;NoT. 20. 1895.
Application for a Paine
U.S. LAND omjf
Prescott. Ariz IvTt:
NoUce is hereby snrea that J. W.
Laura Hamilton, whose postoffics
theoultannaana nentucky mine or tss TJ
ing gold and silTer with surface -'
eel in width, situated in Wearer bbW?
trict. County of iarapai and Terriwi?
and oesienaiea Dy the neu notes ami?
ciai piai on jue iv uus omce as bsttmw
l'J67. approxmately in township 10 Voi!
ber VSH being descniml as folknrs ioSi
SCLTANNA LOD. -
Beginning at northwest comer of W'5
No 1 DHLM No mi. Wearer X Cfi
dec S2 min V. TS70 ft. Thence 8 H diiSl
1300 ft to cor No 2 Johnsons tieak faa a T3
min K, highest point on liichHUl V
15 ciin W about VJM tt. Hieace 8 W W 2
300 ft to south center end. th initial m7i
location. 600 ft same course tocor.Vni -CT
N 15 deg 1 min E IM0 ft to cor Not. J2
PeakbrsN 78 degK. Thence N St W
to cor No 1 the place of brginsiaeT i
KENTUCKY LODE: a
Beginning at initial moa at north ceataissW
claim. Xbrnce N tdegs SOmissWaiiZ
cor No L USLM No U2A Wearer MfrS
6 degs 53 mins E 6921.9 feet. TheseeSeZ
tnin w TbB.3 feet to corner No 2, the awisa
corner No 1 of the Sultanna lode of this aS
Thence S 31 degrees 90 mins ESOO&et tokM
center end. w hich ia also north cenOraaisl
Sultannf lode of this surrey, CCO Imt ,
course to corner No 3, which is alaotem
of the Sultanna lodo of this surrey. TVawj
43 degs 33 mins B 7b6L3 feet to corner Sot i
son's Peak beaxsN S3 degs 30 tains E. AsM
34 decs 30 min W300 feet to north ceaaasi
monument, the place of rnrhniataas,
of exterior boundariea.
Magnetic variation 1 1 degs Eut cask
Sultanna IS. 913; Kentucky 105K; toW
The location of this mine is record issi
Becordec's office ot Yarapai county. ArisssK
tbe Book -5 and St of mines. Pages at sal t
The adjoining claimants are Wm. fMsj
and Gracconio Pueste. '
Any and s i persona claiming adTuufra,
portion of said Sultanna and assast
mine or surfacnl crousd an nt
to file their adrerse claims with the BasjalK r"
the United States Land Office, at Proas t
the County of Yavapai, Territory of JsSBU-,
during the sixty days xjeriod of pnriHi il'sl , '
of or they will be barmlbythe TirMssx
proruiions of the statutes. "f
FBEDEBICK A. TBITLE. JBBbss
First publication D-r. S, 11S7.
FOE . SLEt
A Complete Plant Almost N!
ASSAY OFFICE, !
For particulars write to
trr m m
MESA, AKIZONA. J
CaM)ah sod Tradefarks obtained and all Pat
i MUHilMH KH,
and weexn secure patent in lcis time than thou
i remote from Washington,
i i.i1 hmjI.i .). . ; , . ... . .
,tfon. e advise, if patentable or not, free of
jux tec nui unc uu patent is secured. '
' PaMPMtrr.4 How to Obtain Patents," with!
ggjggJffS! G. F. V0ESTER, Proprietor.
. 1 vuo uiiuer
signed is owner of the President mine, lo-
will not be responsible for any debts con
tracted fcr labor or otherwise against Said
mining claim by parties working the same
juider lease, bond or otherwise.
Xi . "WM. JACKSON.
Prescott, Ariz., Feb. 7, 1893.
I Assay OffiJ
A. t. BARNHAKT, AmijI
Jurle Street, below HotellBarks,
"All Work will Recent
Prompt and Careful Atterii
Dining Koom 1
xno aooTe baa changed hands and is as
and managed by
Fresh Fish, Oysters and
Gaie ii Si
Family Trade a Sfed
All thft "Dplioaoips of thai
Evervthinrr neat and ClBA.CWSf
vice first class.
formerly Marti atafcrt.
FRED SATTS AND HBM
The new propnetos JSS
no spains to please tha P85.
GIVE US AC
Mai Davison ft
DEALERS IN PKUUUue ,
Goods Delivered to all &UM
City tree oi
Headquarters for SOS
ilil llWVi- II
Montezuma Street, - - rilESlXtTT, A1UZOSA
Tie teidiag Brands of CIOARS
U ING a ypocialty. All work guaranteed
and prices Ueasoaable.
Shop Near O. K. Store, Gurley St
ANTI-LlOTIOr? l9cure for drunk-
ri U-LV&'JU1tCEnes8, which can be,
giren t home with or without the knowledge of ,
tbe drinker and wiU completely stop the desire !
lor liquor. Women can eecreUy administer
Auli-LlQiior and effect enres. It k wrfnrt lT !
narmless. Mailed with full directions in a plain
."iwrappor on receipt of price. ONE lAilr
uau. aiAUMs vneiuical Co., Syra
cuse. -. Y. Full information gladly mailed '
free. aJ (
TV ANTED TJPBIQI1T AND FAITHFUL
. gentlemon or ladies to travel for respon- '
aiUe. established house in Arizona. Monthly f
wmukdoims. rosiuoa stoaoy. lieference.
rTnelrMin ul f-.. 1.1..1 .i.miwt .1 tn..
Dominion Company. Dept. KTcMcago. 10U1S1
In 4S r.-.i.-a rt.-irw 1
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