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TO WBD ITALIAN SCULPTOR.
flt AtMVHcd of Mrs. 1 u-
Wr HUakkiri U.i., Ilaiuk
r of tor Blukbira,
The enjrsperoent is announced of
Chevalier Trentenove, the sculptor, tt
Mr. Lucille Blackburn Lane, the
youngest daughter of Senator Joseph
E. Blackburn, of Kentucky, and widow
of Thomas F. Lane, formerly of New
ark, H. J, but more recently of Wash
ington. This announcement comes as
a great surprise, as the talented Ital
ian wm said to be engaged to a widow
of his own nationality, to whose pai
ronagw he is supposed to owe much of
The social and artistic career of
Chevslier Trentenove in Washington
coders a period of six years, during
which time he has been before the pub
lic in many roles. His statue of 1'ere
Marquette, executed for the state of
Wisconsin and now standing in stat
uary hall in the capitol, was his first
and one of his greatest works in Amer
ica. For several years he and Prince
Troubetakoy, the portrait painter, oc
cupied a suite of studios in the Cor
coran building and made their studio
musicales and teas one of the features
of the season. More recently he has
been prime mover in the Fencing club,
which has achieved some little prom
inence. Two years ago he took out natural
isation papers and shortly after sur
prised the world by suing for a divorce
from s wife in Italy, of whose exist
ence his American friends had never
Trentenove having been absent from
Washington since last June, and Mrs
Lane being in deep mourning, the an
nouncement of the approaching mar
riage will come as a surprise to many
friends of both parties. Mrs. Lane is
young, handsome and possessed of a
charming personality and moderate
fortune. Her husband committed sui
cide at their home on K street little
more than a year ago.
Our Beautiful Line at
Our Annual CLEARANCE SALE!
Commences Thursday, January 2.
All the New Shades
$1.25 kind for - - - - $1.00
1.50 kind for $1.25
EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED
EVERY ARTICLE AMD EVERY PIECE OF WINTER GOODS IN OUR STOCK WILL GO ON SALE THEN AT STARTLING
price reductions some at One-Half Off, some at One-Third Off and some at a discount of 25 Per Cent. Every
article reduced in price Nothing reserved. Must sell Winter goods to make room for Spring stock. Never were
goods sold as cheap. LOWEST PRICES EVER KNOWN !
TOWH OFF IK DATES.
Is Which 9w4tl,
T. stats Itself kv I'm of Law
Almanacs scattered broadcast in the
town of Sweden. X. T., with the month
of November printed from an old plate
lave badly mixed up the entire pop
ulation. Supervisor Sutphin came to
Rochester the other day to attend a
meeting of the board of supervisors
under the impression that it was Fri
iy. When convinced that November
21 this year came on Thursday he was
dumfounded. It seems that the whole
town is a day ahead.
Last Sunday all the stores in Sweden
were open under the impression that
it waa Saturday and the usual Satur
day business rush took place. On Mon
day the people had sttended worship
under the impression that it was Sun
day. Supervisor Sutphin is author
ity for the statement that on Sunday
he and the Baptist minister went fish
ing. He also states that there were
several husking bees, winding up with
s big dance on Sunday night.
Rochester newspapers received nu
merous complaints from Sweden sub
scribers on account of the papers be
ing a day late. The complaints were
incomprehensible until Sweden's su
pervisor came to the city the other day
and explained the situation. He says
It will take several weeks to straighten
the calendar out in the town.
RESTAURANTS FOR POOR.
Such low prices were never before coupled with such
Grey Homespuns, light and dark shades, all
wool, 52-in. wide, excellent quality at S5c.
our clearance price 65c yd
In IJlaek and Blue, heavy twilled, soft linish,
52-in wide, $1.25 quality, clearance price. . 85c yd
Black and Illue, tine finish, 52-iu. wide, $1.00
quality, clearance price 75c yd
SPECIAL -This all-wool Grey Mixed Dress
Good. 52-iu. wide. 70c quality, clearance
price 35c yd
Figureg Black Goods
New line 44-inch wide, pretty patterns, regu
lar price 4te to 50c, clearance price .... 27c yd
Imported Blue Storm Serge
54-in. w)e. $1.25 quality, clearance price 90c yd
In all the new shades, 38-in. wide. 35c quality
clearance price 25c yd
All shades, all wool, 40 in. wide, 65c kind, clear
ance price 50c y d
One lot Woolaud Silk and Wool Dress Novelties
worth from 50c to 75c yd., great bargains,
clearance price 40c yd
BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BARGAINS! Our lino of
beautiful Dress Patterns during this saleonehalf price.
Those Remnants of Dress Goods
Have got to go. Just the thing for the girl's school
dress, and you pay froji one-half to two-thirds of 'heir
actual worth. It will be money in your purse to 1 ok
them through. See Remnant Counter.
READ THIS LIST Best 12jc shi. tiags Me yd
Best 15c ttanneletts 12ic yd
Best 15c coverts 10c yd
Best calicoes 5c yd
Best 10c and 12 c outings 8c yd
Best Sic outings 6jcyd
Best tile outings 4c yd
Best 2()c feather ticking 15c yd
Best 12k' straw ticking 7c yd
Bleached towel ing 3c yd
Fine bleached towelling 12c kind 8;.c yd
Linen bleached towelling 15c kind 10c yd
Good serein 3Icyd
Eiderdown ail shades 35c quality 25c yd
Eiderdown Sacks, neatly made, $1.25 for Mb; 75c for 50c
st Sew York o f op,lT W.ll-
OMk4 Food St s Mini m a an
The propossl to supply wholesome,
well-cooked food to the poor at a price
which, while cheap, would yet make
such s system self-supporting, is to be
revived in New York. An effort trill
be msde to impress the comintr admin
istration with the advantages which
the city would gain if it went into tht
restaurant business. Just who is !.e
hind the scheme cannot be bjbsi r
isined, but one of the names men
tioned in connection with it was that
of Rev. Dr. William S. Hninsford. rec
tor of St. George's church.
"I doubt whether it would he feas
ible for the city to undertake the open
sag of eating places for the poor." said
Dr. Rainsford. "It might be said with
equally as much force that Ike rftjr
should conduct grocery and butcher
shops. But what I have contended for
s dozen years is that the ..rkin?man
should be provided with more oppor
tunities for social enjoyment. It is
well known that 1 favor the opening
of saloons within, certain hours on
Cssst Flag KlacTa Treasure.
George Otto, a well-known business
man of Egg Harbor City. N. J, has
become the envy of his neighborhood
by boldly claiming that he knows the
exset location of the buried treasure
of the pirate Oapt. Kidd. The town
is in s flurry of excitement and num
bers of Otto's friends have tried to
gain his secret in order to make a
dssh for the hidden gold, jewels and
diamonds, supposed to be worth mil
lions of dollars. Mr. Otto states that
ten years ago an old woman then 84
yssrs old confided the secret to him
slf and his son. The old dame told
the exact location of the treasure,
which corresponds with that given in
s Utter recently found. For years
people hsve searched for the treasure
Jong the shores of this river, but
Colored Taffeta Silks
EXCEPTION A LOFFERINGS Our entire line
of Colored Taffeta Silks, fine quality, regu
lar price S5c yd., clearance price b7J yd
Figured Silks and Satins
Some excellent qualities, regu-ar price from $
to $2 yd, clearance price. . 35to75eyd
GREAT VA LUES One lot shirt lining; in
figures, stripes and plaids regular price
from 15c to 25c yd., clearance sale per yd . . 5c
Defender Brand Sheeting
8-4 unblcaelu-1. clearinjrprice 15c yd
9 4 uubiiache l, clcai'nig price lUc yd
10-4 unbleached, clearing price 20c yd
8-4 bleached, clearing price 181c yd
9 4 bleached, clearing price 20c yd
10 4 bleached, clearing price.
Corsets, two big lots of odds and ends at 25c and
Our Clearance Sale
Meaus a saving on a good many articles that you
have eii her a present or a future net d for. In every
department are odds and cuds, left-overs, or goods that
will be out of style next year, l'hese have had all
profit and some'.imes part of cost taken off.
And owing to the warm weather we fiud we have too
mauy staple goods on hand, which will also go at big
reductions. It's worth your while to investigate.
Very Notable Attractions in French Flannels
32 inches wide, twilled and all wool, in new
shades of old rose, tan, brown, red, myrtle
green and military blue, etc., etc. genuine
Flannel and a splendid value, always sold
at 50c, dell anee price 35c yd
Figured French Flannels
32-in. wide, bost Imported Flannels, all the new
colorings and patterns, regular price 85c
yd., clearance price 00c yd
32-inch wide in handsome styles, regular price
55c yd, clearance price 35c yd
fft.M Robes, clearance price $3.25
(Bleached, torn and hemmed)
Size 72x90 45c each
" 81x90 55c each
" 81x90 Hemstitched 65c each
Pillow CasesDefender Brand
Size 36x42 121ceach
- 36x45 121c each
' 36x45 Hemstitched 15c each
See Gents' Furnishings.
Big reduction on our entire stock of linens.
Might as well attempt to "paint the rose" as des
cribe them. Come and see them. Rather have your
judgment than our own.
The 1.75 quality linens, clearance price $1.25 yd
The $1 35 quality linens, clearance price $1 yd
The $1.25 quality linens, clearance price 85c yd
The $1 quality linens, clearance price 65c yd
The 75c quality linens, clearance price 50c yd
The 50c red damask, clearance price 40c yd
The 44ie red damask, clearance price 30c yd
The 35c red damask, clearance price 25c yd
Will not pay you to make them when we sell you
a wrapper for less money than you would pay for the
$1 wrappers, clearance price 65c- each
$1 25 wrappers, clearance price 85c each
$1.50 wrappers, clearance price $1.15 each
$1.75 wrappers, clearance price $1.25 each
$2 wrappers, clearance price $1.50 each
$2.25 wrappers, clearance price $1.75 each
Quilts and Blankets
GREAT REDUCTIONS FOR THE CLEARANCE SALE
$5 Blankets. . .
$9 Blankets. . . .
$1.25 Quilts $1
$1.50 Quilts $1.25
2.00 Quilts 1.50
2 50 Quilts 2.00
3 00 Quilts 2.35
3.50 Quilts 2.75
4.00 Quilts 3.25
The very newest importations in Black and Pearls
One Half Price.
Ladies all wool ribbed pants, white only, $1.50
quality, clearance price 50c
Ladies natural wool vests, $1 quality, clear
ance price 40c
Ladies all wool vests and pants, white or grey
elastic ribbed. $1.50 kind $100
Ladies j wool vests and pants, white or grey,
elastic ribbed, $1 kind ... oc
Ladies J wool vests and pants, white or grey,
elastic ribbed. $1 kind 50c
Ladies Oneiia Union Suits, white, grey or black
$2 kind for $1 50; $2 50 kind $2. $3 kind $2.25
Ladies cotton Union Suits, clearance price . . . 35c
Children's cotton elastic ribbed vests and
pants, small sizes 15c
Children's cotton elastic ribbed vests and
pants, large sizes -0c
Iron clad for boys or girls, clearance price. . . . 20e
Ready to Wear
"Chill January and February days will soon
be here'' with need for heavy Jackets and
here are great attractions. All the new
styles in Ladies' coats. $25.00 Coats in
tan, blue, pearl and castor. 42-inch long,
Silk or Satin Lined, handsomely made,
clearance price $17.50
$20.00 Coats, clearance price 15 'Ml
$16.50 " " " 13 50
$12.50 " " M 9.50
8.oo ' " r 5 00
5.00 " " " 3.75
Sdtne handsome Wraps. $9.00 and 10 00 Capes
clearance price $6. 50
$7.50 Capes, clearance price 4 75
5.00 " ' ' 2.T5
1.75 " " " 100
1.25 " " " 75
1.00 " " 50
The swell things, the latest ideas of the skilled waist
makers are to be found here at 1 4 to 1-3 off.
$1.25 to $3.00 Waists, clearance prtei one-quarter off
$3.00to$7.50 " " " one-thud off
Siik Waists and Underskirts 25 per cent off.
Entire stock Children s Coats one-third off.
Do not fail to take advantage of our Great Clearance Sale.
NEW YORK STORE
Are creating no end of favorable comment just as
you'd like ihein if yon boo jht the materials and had
them made for you; we v . that cost, though.
M.oo walking .-skirts, clearance price $3.00
Women's Silk Skirts
Women's Cloth Skirts at 1-4 off
Black Electric Seal, 1.75 kind clearance price $1.25
$3 50 Collaretts $2 50 12 00 Collaretts. 8. INI
5.00 " 3.50 15.00 ' ... 10.00
7 5C M 5.75 18.00 " ... 12 00
If you have a furniture need fill ic now it will pay
you. big reductions in our entire line.
We will save you from 10 lo 20 per cent on all the
SIDE BOAR DS 1 5 E f J-1 K XjM SUITS
CHIFFONIERS OAK BEDS
COUC HES CHINA C LOSETS
All wool Ingrain carpets, 75c quality, clear
ance price 65c vd
Ingrain carpets, 55c quality, clearance price.. 45c
Ingrain carpets. 50c quality, clearance prce. . 42c
Hemp carpet. 36 in. wide, clearance price. . . . 25c
Tapestry carpets, beautiful patterns, 75c qual
Brussels Carpets, beautiful patterns, $1 qual
15 pier cent reduction on all Ingrain Art Squares
$30 Axmiuister art square, size 9x12 for $25.00
$25 Wiltonveliat art square, size 9x12 for $20.00
SHOE EXCELLENCE -The Big Store continues to
sell the best footwear in the world at prices that are
invariably lower than those of other stores. A com
parison of goods and prices will prove this. Here are
some of our offerings for our clearance sale. You'll
not match any of them anywhere
Ladies' $5.00 Patent leather, Goodyear Welt,
Extension Sole and Ualt upper, toe very
latest style, clearance price
Misses Vici Kid shoes, regular price $2 50 pair,
Ladies felt slippers worth from $1 25 to $2
clearance price 75c
One lot Ladies shoes, odds and ends, worth
from $1.50 to $3. clearance price
Ladies. Misses and Children's shoes, odds and
ends, worth from SI to $2. clearance price
Ladies shoes, little out of style worth from $3
to $5, clearance price
LOCAL and PERSONAL
From Tuesday's Daily.
Harry Brisley is on the sick list to
day. Harry Van Aleu of Ash Fork was
in town today.
A. B. Mader has returned from a
trip to the Grand Canyon.
J. S. Douglass will leave for the
south on tonight's traiu.
Dan Campbell has
Caliente to recuperate his health.
books for the engagement that he
may guarantee the company a good
business. A lxxik with four leaves j
will be sold to subscribers for S3, ami
can be used all in one night or two
one night and two the next night.
The comjiaii v is beaded by Ed. An
drews. W. F. Walters. Nellie An
drews. Miss Irene Palmer and a cast
of eleven principals and chorus of
seventeen people. Books can lie se
cured by leaving your uames at Bris
lev Drug Co. Dates will be Jan. 20
Dan Campbell has gone lo Agua , .. , . ., - ,. n
,. . . r . ,r , ... following verv kiudlv meutiou of Dr.
J. W . rliun, who recently located in
HOUSES AND ROOMS TO RENT
A French scientist chrini to havf
made a discovery whereby he can prcscett.
keep houses cool at a uomiual ex
pense in the summer. This is a very
cheerful announcement iu midwin
ter, when the average eiti7.en is wrest
ling with the problem of how to keep
his house warm.
Chicago Society women have formed
a league which is knowh as the "con
sumers league." and its meniljers are
pledged t purchase no manufactured
mine warning im SSERSESE . "I'?1T
that sealed bids directed to the Commission
er of the General Laiid Office will BS rccciv-
For Rent Three furnished rooms.
Tnnuire at 425 Beach avenue. West iipnnvtuv uvvs
ii it . tut- 1 ea oy me Keener ot I'UD lie .vionrv ai me
lo-i-n Tne undersigned, owner of Profusion i ir J T . . u
. . 1 , , . . . , . nr. i 1 lunula i muv.-c til I irrAini. . i !. "im . up
For rent -Two comfortable front !ining claims. ?ituaud in Blue Tank . l a indudi Ilg the 24 day of JMNMt
rooms, one block from plaza: rent "ilJE1 ..rTii'- he ir.-ha und the provision.
MMble. Mrs. Addie Harris 212 said property during the time of said JSZ
East (uxxlwiu street. s 11 tf J ! or wood and a sufficient amount of
Estate of Louis Becke. deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned.
1897. CM Stat. Si HKl. executor of the estate of Louis Becke.de-
tiinber ceased, to the creditors of and all persons
Hulnr. 1. ..... i nluiiiu an. i nuf f(... ifl !....... ti.
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living timber 12 inches and upwards in iliam- exhibit theui with the necessary vouchers.
BIG BUG SMELTER. eterto make with thedead timber lllMXifect. I within four months after the first poblica-
Notite is hereby given that the Arizona . board measure, of mining timber .inri JUIU lion 01 this notice to the said executor at
The O. K. hose company will meet , Prescott to piactice his profession: article of feminine appaiel unless it
Wednesday evening. Refreshments.
Dr. Otto was called to Minnehaha
yesterday afternoon to attend a man
with a broken arm.
R. R. Coleman left today for a busi
ness trip to Los Angeles and San
Dr. J. W. Flimi ha-"t)ne to Pleuott
and is already established in t hi
practice of his profession at that
place, where his family will follow
him next week. Dr. Fliiin and his
amiable wife are held in the highest
esteem bv the people of Kiugman
and iu fact bv the people of the
lears the label of the league. The
Consumers' League is nearly three
years old and cemprises among its
memliers many of the wealthiest and
most influential people in the coun-
For Rent Ceutrally located, finely
furnished parlor bed room; electric
. . . . . . , it t - r i
llgnts; 51.1 per month, includes heat ! Vaatern Mont ana Smelting Ore Purchis-i cords of wo.
during winter; permanent tenant ing and Developmeni Company has leased ; ing claims
only. Inquire E. J. F. Home. . the. Boggs mines, smelter and pipe line, and as the "Sudc.-
that the undersigned will in no way be re- ence. " -t i .
sponsible for debts contracted in operating
COMMERCIAL MINING CO..
J. S. Douglas. Agent.
Oetobe 27, 1899.
For rent Elegantly furnished sun
uy rooms in good locality at reasona
ble rates. Call on G. W. Reese, east
side of plaza. tf
SITUATIONS WANTED -HELP WANTED
Notice is hereby given that the Homestead
: l ... 1 : .. K. . w ..it..- ... - ...
Help Wanted-Good cook iu pri- iB now being worked under a bond, and that
vate family. Apply at this office, tf the undersigned, owner of said mine, will
not be responsible for any labor, accident or
WnT.-J Til i-:i,-h I'OlllltV :1 nrnil .1.1... ..f il... ulii... mnn nm.ni., flnrinir
try. It allow s the use of its label on ! r :,: ,l ,1 dn.iHincr f,. , the oeriod of said bond.
vl ii..v. ' " v i -
county and will regret the removal of Aa m;l,k' n fMctol"ipJ in which the j represent and advertise w;ell establish
under healthful and sanitary condi
tions, where employes ar.-not worked riage furnished when necessary
overtime, and w here children under Cash advanced for expenses. Re-
10 years of age are not employed.
'Alsaost BuH.fl Allvs.
An Alsbsma man returned to life
Jnst be they were lowerinp him into
the (rrsve. This may not be eseaping
by the skin of the teeth, but. says the
Chicsgo Record-Herald, it's getting
oat of s pretty bad hole.
FRANK SCOPEL, Proprietor
Fine Rooms Everything New
Handsomely furnished . Every
thing in the house entirely new.
with Bath Booms on every floor,
lighted by electricity and elec
trically wired throughout. The
finest location in the city, but
one block and half frou. Depot.
Right in the business center.
Cuisine of especial ease Hence.
Wine room up to date. Particu
lar attention paid to Commercial
trsde. Fine Sample Room. On
American and European Plans.
Rates to suit.
MURRAY IcINNERNAY, Pror
Telephone No. 150.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wood left to- the family from our midst, but the state
day for Chicago, where they expect test wishes of all go with them to good:
to remain for a lout three months. their new home. To the people of
Geo. A. Beach of the Copper Basin Prescott we will say that they will
Gold and Copper Mining company, find no better people on this earth of
was iu town from the alwve camp to- '""s than Dr- Flluu a,,d h,s ""J
dav. Quite a disastrous fire occurred at
',. . ,. A. u ... l Rhoiides last Saturday, which, but for Oulv -'tl manufacturing firms iu the
Mr Taft. tlu. ..astor of the church. ! armaMV ? 1,1,1 hav'-"J ,h;m !"? league label. The objects of the
'headquarters of the J. M. Dennis are a most excellent one and
has returned from l.nmlier Co.. and there this enteroris the organization of similar leagues all
Wickenburg. where he has been for ing company has a large mill and over the United States would teud to , rresoott
the past five or six weeks attending to box factory." The plauiug mill, w hich reined v working women evils ami se- '
mining ousiuess. is locaieu mar me ranroau uac.
i r o u u. causrht fire and was quickly con-
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, . i i i r i : i tz :
is obeyed, where eu nusiuess nouse oi soim uuauciai
. I . , - r 1 1 . i t 1
the premises ' standing, salary in weemy auu ex
penses, payable weekly in cash direct
ferences. Enclose self-addressed
stamped envelope. Standard House
3H4 Caxton Building, Chicago.
Wanted, position as engineer or
hoist mau. Can keep in repair and
run any kind of engine. Address
F. L. Thompson, Johnsou house,
sumed. Several cars staudiug on the
' inu- I vi ii niiiiii nil tl niiv.i nuic ; ... r M .1 1
and rec-u,H-rate from the eff.vts of his s,ln le :l P"'? 10 V"l'"r.
recent illiie- names. Prompt action checked
: further headway, and though the loss
Installation of new officers of the js a serious one it might have been
Unitexl Moderns will take place at much greater. The plauiug mill and
tne tWd fellows hall 1 ntirsuay , equipment was yaliunl at illi.(KM). ami
this was only covered by iustinuee to
the amount of S1.)00. - Williams
night, followed by social anil dance.
A pleasant place to spend your
evening is at Mulrein's Billiard and
Pool Parlors, uuder Burke hotel.
Kvi-rvthing strictly first class. tf A Diamond Thief Caught.
The meetiug of the Lad'es Aid of ' A man arrested iu Kausas City aud
the Congregational church will not shot through the foot while attempt
be held tomorrow, as announced, but ing to escape, ha beea identified by
has been post jKiued for one week, till ' the police as James Burke, alias
Jan. 16. at Mrs. Ruffuer's. Frank Shercliffe. The police say
..... , , . , that Burke held up two women in
m. Connors has been arrested on < Uke and robbea tliem f their
sus ncouo loei.ig uipiicaieu m some liamonds. hel,l ,, a Reno, Nevaila.
ii 11 ii 11 111'- iinnii'i 111 1r-v1. 111 1 an r i
on Saturday night.
cure for them lietter wages and fewer
hours of labor.
Some of our esteemed contempo
raries either have an eve on the
Greene check-book or are woefully
lacking in judgment as to what con
stitutes good senatorial timber, othei
wise they would not be parading the
Cobre Grande magnate as a senator
ial probability. Mr. Greene is a
Prescott, Arizona, Jan. 8, 1900.
to be cut from certain min
V hh." -Futi.lv Refer
i " iiud "Safe Investment'"
and the slopes i.i:J rldg-. s to the east and
southeast of such ekin s.all withi' the limits
of the Prescott Foro: Jteserve, Arizona. No
bid of legs than $1.00 - 1 thoosaud sM for
timber sound enough for minirg HsskSBSt
and Wt per cord for wood will be eonsider
ed: a deposit of KXXI.OO must accompany j
each bid and payment in full for the timber
awarded must be made within .'ftl 'lay from :
date of notice of award or may if liiduers so j
elect st time of making bid be made in I
equal paymeiiU within 'ill and M days re.
spectively from the date of such Bastes. No !
living timber less than l:Mnches in diameter
will be allowed to be cut : all of every tree i
Henri nr in it. I- -nun .Tiiimih for T i i . r r or
1'rescott. Arizona, the same being the placi
for the transaction of the business of said
estate, in ssid county of Yavapai.
J. M. W. Moore.
Executor of the estate of Louis Becke, de
ceased. Dated this 4th day of January. l'JOL'.
First publication January 8, liltt.'. 4tw
Articles of Incorporation
Century Mines Company.
tt-miH- TiuiHt Ihi eutand )tt-t lie. ted for and the
1T vpr RPT T brush and rubbish must be inlert tor hiirumg "c uimerMgiieu curiiomuir nereu) mi-or
MLtK Hr.l.l. I ,. , .... '.. k LiraiP tl. PEN'TfRV MIXES CIIMI'AW.
Notice is hereby given that the Silver Belt r.. ii.i.:..,K... -iii k.. .. .,; ,..Ml.,i i liaviru? its urineinal nlace of busint-w at
mine, located in the Agua Fria Mining Dis- fti bv , ofticer in c-harue and none I'rescott. Yavapai county. Arizona, and the
tnct, is now being worked under bond and I removed from his custody until ! general nature of the business proposed to
lease, and the owners of said i property nor j IIiea8Urej .taken account of and paid for in be carriI on is acquiring, operating aud
the property itself, will not be responsible j flul No Inore gTouni win ,.t OTer than disposing of mines ; extracting precious and
for any debts contracted against said prop- ig necc8-ilI.y t realize the amount of tiinber other metals from the product of mines, and
For Sale The New Domestic.
Sewing machines rented and
repaired; supplies for all ma
chines. J. S. Elstner, 214 west
For Sale Ladies bicycle in good
condition, $12.00. Enquire at 122
erty during the time of said bond.
MRS. f. A. BASHFORD.
Prescott, Arizona. May 22, 1901.
NIGHT HAWK. Et A).
The undersigned, owner of the Night
Hawk, White Hawk, and Scottish Chief min
tng claims, and Night Hawk mill site, situat
ed in Pine Orove district. Y'avapai county,
Arizona, having bonded the same, will not
be responsible for any debts contracted
af nst said property during the time of said 1 nnrernoved unle
riiniireil and no liviiur timber will h. cut out- buying, selling and disiKising of Us stock, the
side the boundaries of the mining claims ! stock of other corporations, and of all char
named unless it is necessary to cut same to acter of mineral property and the product
realize the full amount specified. Timber ; thereof. The capital stock shall be Five
on valid mining or other driai than the ' Thousand Dollars divided into tire Thous
claims mentioned will be c npied from I shares of one dollar each, and the sub
sale. Timber unsold may be purchased on scription therefor paid in full by conveyance
presentation of petition therefor within one and delivery of real and iersonal property
year without further advertisement. Pur-: and money, lhe date ot the commence- Thence n deg .7: ,nin e 1301 9 ft to cor No
chasers failing to remove tie !-. awarded , meut of this consnitiou shall be the llth 4. identical with cor of location Thence s
within one year from date of m tiee of award day of December. 1901. and the termination 30 deg e 57s ft to cor So 1 the niaee of be-
- - .V 1 . . ... : ..f the .'..nuir-.itiiin lin I h lit 1 nVlnelr m.in i
lorieii iiuii iiiir" iiuiiiev auu iiuiii hi niiiuri mnulllii.
I i t.inl. I i,. ft... Tk..
Application For a Patent.
T. S. Land Office. .
lrescott. Ariz., Jsn. 4 1903. -F
Notice is hereby given that in pursuant tf"
to the Act of Congress approved May M,
18TJ. the Bed K.ick- Mining Company, by
Geo. Wood, attorney-in-fact, whose post
office is Prescott, Yavapai county. Arizona,
has made application for a United States
patent for 144i linear feet on the Golden
Fleece No. lode claim. 146 feet on Golden
Fleece No. 1 : 1486 f set of Golden Fleece No.
4. beiring gold, silver and copper. Mineral
Survey No. 158S. situated in the Walker min
ing district, Yavaivti countv. Arizona, and
described in the official plat and field notes
on tile in the office of the register of the
Prescott Land District. Arizona, as follows:
GOLDEN FLEECE XI). 2 LODE
Beginning at cor 1 the nw cor of the lode
where a ;;orphyry stone 1x10x24 inches is set
1-' inches in the ground chiseled G F No
-1 1VJ with mound of stones alongside.
v. lit nee cor to s-cs 4. ". :i and 33. tps 12 and
31 n. r 1 w. G Jt S R meridian hears n 27 de
grees ol min e 223K.3 feet. A spruce tree 28
inches in diameter .-cribed B. T. G. . No.
2- 1-1.58S brs n 4 deg. 15 mia e 23 feet. Cor
of location brs n 5; deg e 59 feet. No other
; bearings available. Thence s 30 deg e 578 ft
to cor Xo 2 identical with the location.
Thence s Ha deg 25 min w 619 ft to cor No 3,
identical with location. Thence s 57 deg 23
min w su; ft to cor No 4. identical with cor
if location. Thence n 30 deg w 578 ft to cor
Xo 5. identical with location. Thence n SO
de .5 miu o"K ft to cor no 6. identical
with location. Thence : 62 (leg 17 min e 706
ft to cor No 1. the place oi beginning.
GOLDEN FLEECE NO. 1 LODE-
Beginning at cor N. 1 identical with cor
"f litcation. . 4. .". :12 and
33, ips 12 am! 13 n. r 1 w, (iiSR meridian
brs n 31 deg M . ;t762 ft. Thence s 41 deg
, 21 min lix, it :.. inr No 2. identical with
cor of local ion. Thence n : deg w 530 ft to
cor .V ... identic. i with cor of location.
Prescott. Arizona, Feb. 1, 1900.
For sale -1,000 pounds of good
1.1.: a. 4. . I 1? n 1 A
good, plain citizen, who was fortunate r I-"- H7
f . , ., this office. tf
euougn to locate no sen a mine ior
enough to make him indejiendeutlv
rich and he is investing a large er
centage of his recently acquired
wealth in Arizona. Hut these thiugs
do not entitle Mr. Greene to an office
he is not qualiiied to nil. The new
1 f... ........ .... , ...1 n ..... i l. ., .1.1..., Ctlltl' llf Vlt.IIKI Will lift-: 111 the -t'l;-
.. imu Kuuir . -i lei n i ill iwi iwiiii, i , ...... ... ...... .. . .
nigtit. .xo particulars . . r, , ... , u-
have ln r.ivl as to the rirr-um- -' i 'I' aie im u o. ex,-i len.-e m punst iur,
ilt-cilt-I ill vJiuiUli.i V lfc ; riiuir a uirt
s.a i.es i,p..u u,cu mm "P'"" moud t ray from a Sacramento. Cal..
res jeweler, and held up faro banks in
The new c irtieers of the Red Men Seattle, Wash., and San Bernardino,
will le installed at the council Bal.
chamlier this evening. All members! Burke was a ire ted at Leadville,
urged to lie present. Refreshments Colo., in for stealing QtyOOO
will also le served. worth of diamonds from W. G. 1'oi-
A number of amateur photograph- Jock f New Yoik on a train in Iowa,
ers. sometime called Kodak fiends, for which crime he was sentenced to
have a movement under wav to or- seventeen years in the Iowa state
fiw I IWI rlii The Journal- prison. He was released on lutn.le.
Miner wishes them success. which he named by leaving the
A.lolph H. Manx and 1 II h e and will be tmkm hack there to
Ha.vey we,, Mcried ve.terdav after- ! "tf1"" A" ISif1"
( th 1'ltler in migiii n-siin in cuanecasiej mmu
wuri tne iism- nianionn roois-i v.
FEN S. HILDRETH M
FOR THE COLD
Burke Hotel Corn
noon at the reuleace o
West Prescott. Justice J. M
Moore performed the cremony.
J 1 1 t thrif hours liefore the new
year iepai uon the eene. Jack
O'Neill passed from earth to eternity
at thei-ounty hospital. The day be
fore, while tettixnias fi ai the Bob
tail mines the team which was driven
by Jim Gilson. took an ugly plunge,
and Jack jumiied from the spring
wagon, breaking his !e!t leg below
the knee. Just why death should re
sult from such an injury iu such a
short time no one seems to under
stand. Jack was a bri; it man and a
thorough gentleman, lo- was buried
on Friday afternoon I., the Globe
Miners' union. Glolie 'i mes.
Manager Martin anm nees that he
can secure the Boston Ideal Opera
company, formerly An s Opera
company, for an enga, me:it of two
niirhts. Droyillillt!, the iw ii'le ol Pres
cott will help him by s. i.senbing for ' rooms
Wanted. A b-'V 'o work iu drug
store. Apply .it lliliileth's. Hotel
John Derr has just received from
the east the liue.it stock of imported
and domestic woolens ever received in
Prescott. Call and see him and order
your fall suits now.
Saloon For Sale.
A good jwying sal'ion proerty at
McCabe for sale. For jwrticulars
address Ijox J., Prescott. 11 :23tf
Furnished House Wanted.
Responsible party desires to rent a
furnished house with five or more
Address P. O. Eos 452. fit.
of trained intellect, of a profound
knowledge of economic questions and
the principles of government, and
with all, the ability to forcibly ex
press their, views on the. floor of the
senate. Mind, not money, should le
made the passport to the - u.it'- from
Arizona.- -Arizona Blade.
While it may lie cooskieri ! a deli
cate m:il ter at the present lime, the
Journal-Miner feels that i! e.i:iimi:s
no imoropiiety iu voicing a Miggi s
tion ma.ie to it m regard to filling
the vacancy iu the otlice of city trwis
urer. caused by the death vi H. W.
1'eu'. lam'. The suggest -on is that
Ihu ijlj imiwi il npp.iini the lather of
the dead Iiimiiiih to the jiositio';.
Hi is full eouiK'tciit to fill the offi;-1
MtWactorj and while such au aj -K)intuie.'it
would in im way make up
for the terrible afllietion which hits
Ix falleu the family, it would be a
commendable way of expressing the
sympathy of the community. With
Stock certificates Officers of uew
corporations are requested to call on
the Journal-Miner and obtain prices
for stock certificates, seals and com
plete set of book. tf
One thousand ounds of old type
babbitt metal. Will be sold in quan
tities to suit. Apply at Journal-Miner
LOST AND FOUND.
Found A bunch of keys. Owner
can have same by calling at this of-1
STANDARD AND BUSTER.
Notice is herebr given that the Standard and
Busier group of mines, located in the Fine
Grove district, Rradehaw mountains, are now
being worked nnder bond and lease, and that
the owners of the same will not be responsible
for any labor, accident, or debts of the same
accrued under the terms of the lease.
J. A. Fosbdi.
May B. 1S99.
ONTARIO GROUP OF MIXES.
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 mid Ontario group.
W. W. Mnnds Jt Co.
Prescott, Arizona, April 1. 1901.
Bring Your Old Suit to Me,
and I'll Make it Look
Like a New One.
m .-Ttin.ii,in if rime i twenty-live years thereafter. The directors
granted. The righttorejectanyandiill bids is shall betwound the officers shall bea president
reserved. Biuger Hermann. Commissioner. ' and secretary. E. M. Sanford is named the
First publication Dec. 1. w presiaeut ana h director, ana K. i. shoe
maker the secretary und u director, until the
next annual election and uulil their ucces-
(iOLDEN FLEECE NO. 4 LODE.
Beginning at cor Xo 1. identical with cor
of location uid with core Xo 1 and 4 of Gold
en Fit- No 1 and Golden Fleece No. 2 rs-
(h. e. US.'.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at 1kescott. Arizona, ' the payment of coiimniU- debts
: .. . January :t,l!L'. . i Witness our hands this L'lh Jay of D.iccn.
Notice is hereby given that the following jgj
named settler has tiled notice of his inten- ' EM Sanford
tion to make final proof iu supimrt of his1 o' lr ' a .
. i r i . l : j in . i . i. ii in" .mint -
Claim, anu nun taiu prooi kiii o.- inaut- oe
it 1 1 piirtc?- .1-. i i -.i .
sors are electsd and qualiticd. The annual ?KS w-w :l" v- ., ' ' nre yo
election shall occur on the fourth Monday of , 1' , V !' Dce Fr f
December in each year. Th- private prop-1 ?' "ud f ' I ' n- r 8
erty of stockholders njiall Ik- i .xempt from Sj?'1' a " "hJT? 37K '
- ' ' ' i 11111 " IT". 1. ill ill! V. md
fore the Register and Receiver at lrescott.
Arizona, on lhurslay, rebrair. I... Vvl.
viz: Edward Jones H. E. UK for the NW
of SW4 of Sec 24. Twp 14 X. R 4 E.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence Uxn, and cultiva
tion of. said land, viz:
John Wood. V. I. Johnson. K. V. Hutch
cson. W. A. Jones, all of Camp Verde. Ariz.
FREDERICK A. 1 RH LE. J K..
idet.tv.il with cor of location. Thence s 24
deg 23 mis t 47i ft to cor Xo 3. Thence n 4s
daa ir-' ruin '.447 ft to cor Xo 4. identical
ritkt cor of location. Then n 24 deg 25 in is
w- 578 ft Ui cor Xo 1. the place of beginning.
Variation 14 deg e at all corners.
First publication Jan. S W
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Furnlahas Monthly to all lovers of Song
and Music a vast volume of Mew, Chelcs
Copyright Compositions by the most pop
ular authors. 6s Pagss of Piano Music,
half Vocal, half Instrumental si Consists
Plscaa for Piano Once s Month lor sg
Cants. Yearly Subscription, Sa.oo. If you
will tend us the name and address ot Itvb
performers on the Piano or Organ , we Will send
you s copy of the Magazine Pros.
J. W. PEPPER, Publisher,
Elchih Locust St... Philadelphia, Pa.
IMPORTANT TO THE PUBLCM!
I have the atfi uoy of one of tho load
ing tailor-. Mr. mil KAI rt
MANN, of Chicago. Iain ready to
take your order for a
Fall or Winter Suit
Or An Overcoat!
at us low prices as the lowest. Now
Now gfl to good goods, tit and work
manship. Fred Kaurfmsnn travels
Hnd kec)K iace w-ilh the bi'st of them
and in fact sets the i-ACt for most of
Ihem, and givm a guarantee with all
In.- work and his goods.
H. E. 1115.
Notice For Pubiicatcon.
Laud Office at lrescott. Arizona, Jan. ii.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named st'ttier has tiled notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in supior1 of his
claim, and that said proof will ! ii adc be
fore tlie Register and Receiver i 1'rescott
Arizona, on Thursday. Febm. rj 13) W
viz : John Wood. H. E. 1115. lor ; w SW
X E l4 . and lots 2 and II, Bsc -'. f.i.lt.N.K
He liana's the following witucxK to pmve
his continuous residence Uoii. ami c.iitiva
ti. Hi of . said land, viz:
W. A. -loin s. of Camp Verde, A. i.-..
Edwin .iniu .
FREDERICK A. TSITLE. Ix..
First publication. Jan . W
Territory of Arizona. I
County of Yavajwi. i
Before me. 1. J. Farley, a notary public
iu and for the county and Territory afore
said, on this day fiersonally appeared
E. M. Sanford and R. K. Shoemaker,
known to me to be persons who subscribed
the above instrument and severally ac
knowledged to me that they t xecuted tht
same for the irpoes therein expressed.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set mv
hand and affiled my official seal this 1-tii Less area in conflict with survey
day of Demember. 1!U. Xo I:U7. Eberhart lode 2.510
Xotarial Seal. P.J.Farley. Net area (Jotden Fleuce Xo 1 .. . 15.394
Notary Public. Total net area Golden Fleece
My commission expiree Dei-. 14. 1H04. No 4 16.394
Recorded at request m R. K. Shoemaker Total net arta of lode claims.. 49JL8
Decembe r 12, limi. at 11 o'clock a. in., in Adjoining Claims Survey Xi i 1474, Snow
Book 5. Articles of Incorporation, ikuccs ... flower lode, lies ne of (iolilfu Fleece No 2:
Records of County Recorder's office. Vava Survey Xo l.'.. Golden Fleece No 3. Hes se
Total an a Golden Fleece No 2. 1H.H01
Less ar. a in conflict with survey
Xo 1174 Homestead lode 021
Less area in conflict with survey
Xo 12!IP. Golden Fleece No 2.
N E Fraction 1.002 Acres
Net ana of Goldca Fleece No 2. 17.540
TotJil area liolden Fleece No 1..17.S01
tun county. Arizona.
First publication Dec. IX.
E. E. BURLING AM E & Co
AJJAI UrriWL LABORATORY. -5
t-l hi i in i Unr !.', 1-m. S.. i.ii:v ty m
or exprcM rt tTivf pffompl mi rmrHoJ AUentton
Gold aud Silver Bu!lmn:;::;1';,;:.v :'
Citocentratioo Tests l00,,vX
6-1 173 Lawrence Stri-et. KENVER. I'OL
Reliable : Assays!
Come and See
to Select From.
For the J. W. Pepper Piano Musi.'
ilgggliim fwilli twotiollars per year
i postage paid), can be placed I)' ap-,.-;,,
,r I., ti,.. ,,n;.... ,.r ti... !
. , ., -. . , - , a 111 t III., .1' IUI 'HI!' I ''1 111! .I'Mllll.l.
the possibility of l.lsUMii-,'.1iis.,lere,l I-in(r w,R,re (xlpip8
in coniH.'L-t ion with the ppgjtw it - een.
certain that he would not havean.v
o)positjon in the shape of another
H. E. PEOPLES
125 South CORTEZ Si
PRbSCOTT, ----- ARIZONA
Notice For Publication.
Land office at I'roscolt. ftiituui Jan.
Notice is hereby given that t!
named settler has tiled notice ot
Bali and Silver
.Vi i I'.mner
a) i l. old. Silver. Lend
of Goldru Fhtve No 2. and ne of Golden
Fleece No 4 lode: Survt v Xo 1174. Home
stead IkI . lies nw uf Golden Fleece Xo 2,
and Sun, y Nn 1117. Eberhart lode, lies nw
of Gold' a Fleece No 1 lode.
Ledtfes LedcTe on Golden Fleece Xo 2
runs fro! n No I rasas 1 (wtdeff 30 min w 52
f; n il ii "Wdt'ir min e. l.'2"J ft. Ledge on
Golden Klcve No 1 runs from tunnel No 1 n
41 deg 3D min .'. 24 ft. and s 41 deg 30 mis w.
1482 ft. L-iiae on Golden Fleece No 4 runs
from mon at the center of the north end
lim - 11 deg w 14..; ft.
Not ict of location of claims are of record
in the County Kiconler's office of Yavapai
county. Arizona, in books of mines as fol
lows: Golden Fleece No 1. book 38. page
4!W; Golden Fli-ece No 2. book :7. page 525:
Golden Fleece No 4. book 38. page 598.
Any and all persons holding adverse claims
thereto are required to present the same be-
ulii. Silver. 1'iinlvr l .vl
30 old. Silv. fop. Lead 2.00 fore this onVe within srvtv days of the first
";y-Hm'ie by mull receive prompt attention
Caw-ii-tfhcst ern e eaui tor Huiimn
OGDEN Assay Company
publication hereof, or they will be barret! bv
the provisions of the I'nited States Statotes.
F. A. TRITLE. Jr., Register.
First pnblicution, Jan. s 19fB. W
Grand Canyon Excursion.
Date of sale each Tuesday.
Limit 60 days. Rate 1 IM.
Saturday Excursion to Phenix. The Jo,. ,,al Mine, will take orders
Ctninierctng Satunlay, Nov. 2, for the Wi i Id almanac at 25 cents
1901. and continuintr on each Satur- ner couv. or if sent bv mail eitrht
day until March 29, 1902. cents addit onal for postaw. Send
Limit 30 days. Fare $9.00.
your orders now.
.Mowing ssasaasjBjsjsssBSi uan v u, culu. i
M inten- I
urn to make iiti.il proof m .-up . ot his , -. y liAVjt.
laim. and that said pns.f will ., 1pADMPV' 1 ullllaVk.
ire the KeglMt r and nveiver ' e-ott. lLrllvi 1 C I TJ tt5 3 JfW - J " BBh.
rizoua, on Thursday. F.-bniary IT, l!aC, 3i ' ' " ijl
ut: William A. Jom. II. K. Hi'., for the Tuc runifFT RPANuC sVT- - -
15,'of N sw '4 of u . ,. m IHt bnUlbtal dKANUo HftiDYli
' Ur WINto ANU LIQUOKd J
;" prove I
He nanuvthe following wiln
his contiuauus residence uiou.
tion of. said land, viz:
John Wood of Camp
V. I. .loluisou "
V. F. Hutchison "
Frederick A. Trill
First publication .Jan. Yi
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