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ARIZONA'S LEADING JEWELERS,
A page wouldn't do half justice
to the immense new stock of
..Suits and Pants..
You'll See Them Monday
For The First Time.
From Wednesday's Daily.
M. R. Kiley is in town from Minue
Simply the Grandest Assortment of
That could be gathered. It is so far
ahead of anythig shown in the ordi
nary clothing store that all we can
say is to bid you welcome to come
and investigate. Watch the windows
for new crisp ideas.
We Are Ready
To Show You
All the Latest Things in
T. B. Carter is in
Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. French
town from McCabe.
D. N. Bartholdi of the Verde Chief
mine is in town.
Born, in Prescott, March 25, to M r.
and Mrs. A. M. Anderson, a daugh
ter. C. P. Collins returned yesterday
from a trip to the southern part of
Two teachers of the Williams pub
lic schools are reported to have in
dulged in a mix-up with their fists
Judge W. C. Campbell left on to
dav's train for Colorado Springs on a
brief professional visit. He expects
to return again next Tuesday.
John L. Morrison, connected with
the Duluth Herald, is visiting this
section and will write a series of ar
ticles on our resources for that paper.
Mrs. T. J. Butler, wife of the late
Hn T .T RntW. is at nresent stop
ping with friends at 507 West Second
street, Los Angeles.
Geo. Willie and Addie Hubert
were indicted today for violation of
the Edmunds act and on arraignment
plead not guilty.
H. D. Aitken of the B.-B. company
returned todav from a business trip
of three or four days into the Big
H. M. Gibbes, the Jerome attorney,
is in town on legal uusiuecs.
av,i that trs Gibbes will leave on
April 1 for the east to visit relatives.
United States Marshal M. H. Mc-
Cord arrived in Prescott on last
icrVt"s train anil will remain here
for a short time in attendance on Uni
ted States court.
Mr J X Met Endless was stricken
with paralysis on Monday evening
and her condition since has been
quite critical. She has been un
conscious a large part oi tne nine
Pjirrinp Dnmas. a native of Arkan
sas, aged 30 years, and a musician by
profession, died this morning auer a
brief illness of pneumonia. She was
employed at the Union saloon on
Granite street as musician.
Phpni nhvsicians have operated
on a patient successfully for neural
gia. They cut his tace open anu
removed a half inch of affected nerve.
TK lat TV Scarhoromrh performed
a similar operation in Prescott several
The Manhattan Oil company has
let a contract for 500 cords of wood
for use in boring for od in Mineral
Point di6t. The work of erecting the
derrick is now in progress, and the
engine and tools are expected in a
The marriage of Miss Lucy B. Hut
ter, a young lady well known in Pres
cott. sister of Mrs. M. Gibbes of Jer
ome, is announced to take place at
Lynchburg, Va., her home, April 3.
The voung gentleman who will be so
fortunate as to figure as the other
principal in the affair is Mr. Raglan,
a prominent young business man of
A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs
C. M. Benton, JUrs. net-K
Heck and Harry
Work is exoeeted to be commenced
i n th- fim business block to be
erected by Lawler and Wells, just
. i -a . 1 r . . i : 1 D L.
north oi tne r-rescou nawuu j-wua
town from Wal- i building, in the near future.
There will be more new houses
built in Prescott this season than in
any one other season in the history
nf the citv. and most of them are of
a very substantial nature and among
them some extra good ones.
The following officers were elected
bv the Elks at their meeting last
night: J. P. Dillon, E. R.; Thos. L.
Shultz. E. L. K.; Sun Pattee, E. L.
K.; A. T. Marsh. E. L. K.; A. J. Hern
don, secretary; B. M. Belcher, treas
urer; Archie Grant, tyler.
Final settlement and distribution
of the estate of Uncle Billy Wilker
son was made by Probate Judge
Hicks today. The estate, which con
sists of persoual property and ac
counts, went to Mrs. Hattie W.
Meader, who was his wife at the time
of his death.
W. D. Powell, one of the old tim
ers of the Augua Fria section, has
been in town for a couple of days
on house business. Mr. Powell
has several copier claims iu that sec
tion which are showing up well and
he is correspondingly happy. He re
turned home today.
Tom Pillar, the carpenter, has just
returned from a three months' visit at
his old home in Kingston. Canada.
He savs things are too slow in that
far off laud for him and he was glad
to get back to Prescott. lie reports
anv amount of carpenter work in
sight for the coining year.
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He Hartfort, and A T Whit.- and L
Somers, of Boston, who are interested
in mining in Yavapai county, arrived
last night and weut out to the Poland
tunnel on this morning's train.
The ladies of the Degree of Honor
will give a calico ball at the opera
house Monday night. March 31.
These ladies always make a grand
success of th' ir dances and this will
no doubt be no exception to the rule.
If you want to spend a pleasant even
ing go to the Calico ball. Lots of
Mr. Wing is on the lookout for a
good mail to take charge of the
Granite Dells for the summer. This
is one of the beautiful spots of Ari
zona, and if properly conducted ought
to bring good returns and at the
same time furnish a pleasant place to
go and spend the day for individuals
or picnic parties.
Tonhrht is the regular meeting of
the United Modems and a full at
tendance is urgently requested as it
is desired to complete arrangements
for the reception of Supreme Chan
cellor Johnson of Denver, who will
visit the lodge April 10. All mem
bers who are interested in the good of
the order should be on band.
Contractor W. W. Wood has just
received a larire McKeloy concrete
mixer and has
mUm for the new
mir is shout twelve feet long and
three feet in diameter and is cylinder
shape. The cement and sand are
shoveled into it while it is revolving
and the motion of the machine thor
oughly mixes the differeut ingredients.
"aihngly made with
ii n fail
Roval Baking Powder is the great
est of time and labor savers to the
pastry cook. Besides, it econ s
flour, butter and eggs, and, best of
all, makes the food more digestible
The "Royal Baker and Pastry
Cook" over 8oo practical
and valuable cooking re
ceipts free to every
patron. Send full address.
There are cheap liakinr pow
ders, made from alum, but
their astringent and cauter
izing qualities add a
dangerous element to food.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST , NEW YOaK.
Mrs. S. A. Logan, who has been
very ill for several weeks, is improv
ing in strength and hopes to be able
to go to California for a few weeks'
visit in a short time.
Johnson & Hardwick who formerly
conducted a saloon at Martinez are
erecting a frarnc building near the
depot in Prescott and will open a
saloon there in a few days.
Rwi A. Mattnr. the well known
stone cutter, who was employed on
the Prescott National bank aud other
buildings in Prescott, is now at work
on the reform school at Benson.
Calico lall Monday night. Every
one invited. Good music, good cheer
aud a good time for all. Don't for
get the place and date. Dake's opera
house, March 31st. Come in calico.
A miner named W. T. Eddy fell
down a winze at the Poland tunnel
and sustained injuries from which he
died within three or four hours.
Eddy was an old time resident of the
Geo. W. Wilson, who introduced
Brown's electro-geodetic mineral
finder in this section, returned from
Los Angeles on Wednesday evening
and has been out to Mayer on mining
There will be special Easter music
at the Marina street Methodist
church tomorrow. At the morning
service there will be two solos and a
cornet solo The latter will be ren
dered by Prof B. D. Billinghurst.
Kufus A Kinsman, the well known
former resident of the Verde valley is
now oogaged in freighting for the
McCabe Extension Mining company
and is also running a little dairy be
tween McCabe and Huron.
f Crotmt for the King of Fashion
Made smooth and rough, m all desirable colon and Tarring widths of boa
Turned orer, bound, or raw edges.
Made only by HENRY H. ROELOFS 6 CO..
Brown and 1 2th Sti.. Philadelphia. U . S. A.
For ml" t7 all touting Reia:i Hatwn.
Sonr gmnxne wukomS omr trad wri
Earl Rogers, a very prominent T .Ji Rr(vtttrL Jkt
criminal lawyer of Los Angeles, is in i-XJCai DrCVlUCS.
Dim t foro-nt to iro to the t,allCO . n. a n t il ...
- "w- . , o- ianiOUS Jirs. yj. .1. naasiortu case
twll iionuay uignt. as me ie-ree u , Tucgon a few months ago.
Hnnw arc initfil for their nosoitalltv , i ii :
rjr::;r ;r ' " i ..I. f..,, nere oa
tlliu l 'uuil tuur auvi picuti . u i .
Joe Mackin and Mrs. Emma Han- Special preparation has been
son were arrested and put in jail to- j made to have in Prescott good music
dayonachargeofadultry.au indict- on Easter Sunday at the Congrega
ment having been found against tion church, tioth owing and even
them bv the late U. S. grand jury. ing. A choir of sixteeu voices.com
In the U. S. court this morning the , V??"' MrTll Long
case of Michael ch.rgl CmE
with sel .ng whisky to Indians M q,, Miss ivKuhn. Mis, Smith,
tried before a jury aud submitted bu P g. Uf
at3 aclock no verdict had been : Mr VMpoU an,,
reached. .Mr. Armitage will render three chor-
Four large draught horses have uses. ,.The Heavens Are Telliug,''
tre McKeloy concrete:1" TOU "The Festival l- IJeum ami "tiaiie
it in position at the Phenix to te usetl ,n lvar : lujah Chorus." Solos will be sung by
v -chool house. Thisfrthe men and machinery at the Miss Munvpn, Mrs. H. D. Ross and
, , . i ... i Manhattan Oil comoanv s plant in r r i';.., , i ti, ,i,,.nwnf
. x iuj . . . .nmuapt. ' 1 " - -
Lonesome valley. rs r jj, Bunuister, Mis. R. M.
W. W. Betirdslev, superintendent of , Ling will preside at the ma Ad
the Lincoln group of mines in the ditional chairs will lie providetl to ac
Bradshaws, is iu Prescott today on I commodate more than the seating
business for the companv. He savs capacity of the church. A cordial m
things are looking fine at the mines, vitation is extended to the public to
ten men being employed in develop- attend these services.
Editor Perkins of the St. Johns
Herald and also Snips of the same
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Mrs. Heck. Miss I i;nM. tmlav. Mr. Perkins is ahvavs troduced a bill in the senate author
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neca leu 101 ios w He awake and seems to nave iormeu
of California has in
t(wlav. Mrs. Benton Bin,
c . ,
Miss Heck go tor a cnange oi
climate in hopes it will have a bene
ficial effect on their health.
:l itt e neW-il'lllXT tHIM 111 niSCOUIH
of which he is the whole push. It's
not often a newspaper man has a
chance to form a "trust" except it lie
A. R. Fleishman and Ed S. Camp- Jo send out his pspen and "trust to
bell of the Blue Dick mine, left today I look for collecting about half of his
for the east on business connected subscriptions.
rvitVi the ahove nrotjertv. Thev ex
pect to be absent about thirty days,
and on their return they expect to
start the Blue Dick smelter on a
The Douglas International, pub
lished at the town of Douglas has
been received at this office. Its pro
prietor is Geo. Meek, one of the best
known printers in Arizona, who has
worked in nearly every printing office
in the territory and a thoroughly
good all around newspaper man.
E. S. Clark, the well known Flag
staff attornev. is in town on profes
sional business. Mr. Clark was for
merly a resident of Prescott and has
a large circle of friends here who al-
wavs extend the "glad hand to nun
mi 'his visits to Prescott. He is at
Spring and Summer Styles.
From Friday's Daily.
D. Fiuuieof Jerome is visiting Pies
W. C. Bashford returned
from his visit to Oakland.
.1. E. Barklev weut to Los Angeles
today on a business trip.
E. J. Parkinson is over from Jer
ome on court business.
izinsr Maricopa count v. Arizona, to
issue bonds for the construction of a
reservoir for irrigation purposes. A
From Saturday's Daily.
Don't forget the calico ball Mon
Mrs. J. X. McCandless' condition
ion purpose, n ' .
similar bill was introduced in the remains uncuauge..
the house by Delegate Smith. Reese M. Lag returned yesterday
. . ! from a visit to McCabe.
MtB. nawK.ns nas leceieu , mm ;
a laree consignment oi iiauu pnuucu . - . , . c - .
chin from Mrs. S. P. Behau and will bnM- vt to San I .a.ic.sco
th Kam mi erhihitinn and for If J. Ravage will call at this othce
salpat her residence all day tomor he will learn something to his adan
to eat is assured, tome one, come
all, and come iu calico.
C. F. Cox has finished his term of
school at the Black Hills district aud
returned home to Prescott yesterday.
He says the mining industry in that
section is on the steady increase aud
splendid results are following the
proper work in every particular.
Henry Souther and Arthur G.
Lund of Hartford, Connecticut, aud
Amos T. White and R. L Somes of
Boston, Massachusetts, arrived in
Prescott on Wednesday evening and
have been out to the Poland mine
ever since looking over that property,
iu which they are interested.
There will be Easter services at the
Baptist church tomorrow. The suli
ject of the morning sermon will be
The Immortal Outlook." In the
evening there will lie a baptismal ser
vice and a sermon on "Baptism, a
Svmbol of Death and th-j Resurrec
tion." Special music at both services.
The McCabe Extension Mining
company turned on their electric
light current on Thursday night for
the first time to light up private bus
iness houses in the place. A large
arc light was placed in the street in
frout of the McCabe store which
lighted up that portion of the town
George L. Coleman is up from
Fools' gulch today. Mr. Coleman
says everything is very quiet aud
:. .nlil. around the Congress mine.
and while the company keep about
twenty-five men on guard there are no
demonstrations on the part of the
miners and there is no indication ot
A. D. Whitney, the well known
resident of the Agua Fria is in
town. Mr. Whitney says that there
Z storm, and th j " -
of the prettiest signis ne ever wit
nessed was furnished bv it. He has
a number of almoud trees which are
just in bloom. The snow as it fell
was verv wet and stuck to trees or
whatever it fell on. Be says that his
almoud trees were covered with a
beautiful mantle of white and with
the pink blossoms of the trees stick
ing through the snow it formed one
of the prettiest pictures imaginable
and one which is seldom seen, as
snow and almond blossoms are very
rarelv found iu combination.
R K-i..hr fur hniiHA naintintr and
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tie is Uonmnd TolpnVinriA Nna.
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Th ch,.,l election on Saturday '
was the quietest experienced in Prea- j Go to Kearney's, Courier building.
cott for some time. It resulted in Hello, central, o. A please Bnsley
the re-election of W. M. Clay pool Drug company. n
without an opposing vote. , Trefle Incarnat tne season's
FT. 7 Oshorne. a former well known latest in perfume, at Hildreth's. tf
newspaper man oi uus a"-' DR. F. M. METZGAR, DENTIST,
town today. Mr. Osborne u iat present qqqjj BUILDING, PRESCOTT.
United States marshal for the south- pljq;e 259 tf
ern district of California. He left on j - - .
today's train for Los Angeles. . IT ""tuula)'"1 OT"-'
A l.l..(rT-j m was reieivel in I res ... a j. c, i i i
" 'e-- -"fv... . T i nase aanooorn s oeai urauu
cott today that Ralph Dillon of Jer- ff wUq cream mgmi a he
ome. had died in New ork city this i T 'j. r a-i
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ill' 'III 111- a V v i.ivn.B f-
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For choice wines, hauors and ciffan
go to Kearney's, Courier building tf
Help Wanted Good cook in pri
vate family. Apply at this office. It
The largest assortment of fine can
dies in the city atShumate & Ru
Drink Heekin s "Magnolia" I
Mr. Dillon had been in New York on
mining business for several weeks. ,
His wife was by his side when he
passed awav. The interment will
likely take place in that city.
Chalmer Powell, a grandson of,
Mrs. C. A. Block and cousin of Ed. j
Block and Miss Amelia Block, arrived I
in Prescott a few days since from F Dy The Bashford-I
Kueua isia, oiorauu anu wm u.c Company.
a position in Mr. Block's clothing em-, HeeWB,8 ..h...
Pnum For sale by The Bashford-Banntoter
Mrs. E. B. McClureof Gilroy, Call- cpy
foraia .arrived l i Saturday -J Best chicken and beef tamales at
train for a visit with her daughters, I . R ., . ,
Mrs. H. D. Aitken and Mrs. J. S , '
Martin. Having made two or three For bottle or flask of choice Old
visits to Prescott before, she is not a Crow whiskey go to Kearney s, Coor
stranger here. j ier building. tf
. ... ik' Oysters cooked in all styles at Shu-
Tn thp 17. S. court this moruiuif the ' T , , 'i.. .
- - .u' r, mate s KaiDie s conee pariors. ii
lurv in the Joseph Dent sheep tres-1 .... .
mm case brought in a verdict of: Fresh can and bulk oysters at F.
guilty and an appeal was taken. As H. Boldwin s.
this had been considered a test case Oysters and coffee at the Imperial,
of a number of similar cases, the oth- tf
er cases will not be proceeded with. trial order of Imperial home
Tonight is the time for the calico made candy will convince you that
ball at the opera house, given by the that candy is the best. tf
ladies of the Degree of Honor, and , Fresh ovsters in bulk or cans re
should lie lilerally patronized, as j eeived daily at Shumate & Raible's.
these ladies never do anything in a Easter dyes at Hildreth's. td
half hearted manner, and tnose wno , , j. nil.
Th 1 iiHiffo' truild will have an .
Easter tea and sale at the residence! Fresh oysters served in any style
Mrs. W. W . Ross tomorrow, Tuesday ; at Shumate & Raible s. tf
afternoon. All church people and j Oysters, coffee and lunch at Shu
friends are cordially invited to be 1 mate & Raible's. tf
present. An especially ""restmg! Insure vour property with Martin-
,.r,..rnm ViQd hn arranged for this . ... -Z. . Ji r . J .
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Harry Brislev ref.irnetl totlay from
lxkiug after his business interests in
Col. D. N. Hood and brother, John
B. Hood are in town from the Glad-
i, recent ronte mtilatimr teuioval to vices.
Tucson to engage in the practice of c A iaulall an oltl business
his profession. , mau of prescott, j3 up from Phenix
James W. Haas had some sample:. uu a visit.
of fine preserves with him today It , Hubbartl of
HM put up by Mrs. Haas and was h bfQhn
made troni what is Known as tne imp , j
re e:wtns. It was of hue flavor and ! uaiu
anyone who is a lover of sweets could ; The ladies of the Degree of Honor
not but lie pleased with it. .Mr. Haas are planning ior a graim nmc a.
savs there are millions of these cactus j calico ball Mondav night.
Mail Orders Attended to Promptly.
in Mohave countv. The outer bark
M-hieh i-nntains'lonsr neelle like stick
ers, which make excellent toothpicks,
is peeled off and the inner part of it
resembles a turnip and it is irom this
t ip miseries are made. it
mic .Natunlav. All tne lames oi wire
Prescott are invited to call and in
General Funston is expected to
pass through Ash Fork tomorrow on
L i 1. i i in ! California, where
r w v" '
ins wne ami uauguier rc iv jjicaui. , stone mm,..
They will accompany him home to ., . .
i. ' , t.1 i i i. , T S Acker, a former resident of
Denver wnere nis neauquaimrs ui - - 7 . - 7, .,.;tu
be while in command of the Colorado ' Salt Lake is rimting thai sec-tion with
a view 01 lOLTciiiiif;.
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eo to Ash 1 special i..if 1 .nun11
. " . r.. xt. Prescott Methodist church. Sunday
M S. Marshall returned last night rorK tomorrow 10 meet "tV? I JT:V. k.tt.an.
from an extended vi.it ,,, Indian Ter- ZUM ' c' l'teele, in charge of the Mc
ritOrV. j. j a CLa iMqrlr 1 Poliu aVaSMM furl' V French came in
cuana ami .iiicuiau. our 1 s15"".' - -7,
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improved in Deaiin. yesieruaj iui m ... i .... -
The U.S. grand jurv which com-! fa"1,,-v; ,. . ,
pleted its labors vestenlav made a ' In the I . S. co-ir, .hw forenr,,; ami
good record, examining 87 witnesses. h 11 the aftern.n was taken ,, , u ,h
investigating 36 cases, returning 22 the trial of L . S. . Ghat. Iiigh.be
indictments aud ignoring 14 cases. ! fore a jury .
All this was done in the space of. Appropriate Eit.r teivkjea will
four davs. ! be held in all the churches tomorrow.
P. L. Kastner has added a very fine Specinl pnpMatiaw far music has
mirror to his saloon fixtures. This , been made.
mirror is in frout of the bar aud j The Keane St. Charles libel case
causes a double reflection from the ag.amst tie Republican which was set
mirror back of the bar, making a very for triaj Monday in the iUtrict court.
JirLV nira BUUO mmmMm hag .pjj lKllHUeU 11H llliiu
a. a TT i J O A A
There will lie a special meetiug of division 01 tne l mieu oiaics army,
of the A. O, C. W. tomorrow night. j. m v. Moore will go to Ash
Marshall returned last night
Father Quetu went over to Jerome
todav to officiate at the Easter ser-
The music at the Congregatioual
church of this city on next Sunday
occassion. R. E. Morrison represented
L. Tollock, an old-time resident
of Prescott, but more recently of
Globe, and Thomas Jackson also of
Globe were welcome callers at this
office today. The gentlemen are in
Prescott with a view of locating here.
Mr. Tullock left here in is, anu
Ae Home A Co.. who reDresent six
teen of the leading American and
Foreign Fire Insurance companies.
All losses promptly and satisfactory
adjusted by J. H. Clinkscales, who ia
a member of said firm. 3-10-tf
Buy your Easter dyes from Hil
dreth. They are fresh. td
Ladies you are cordially invited to
call at izi South cortez street, ana
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will v mrticu arlv imoressive. aud naiuranv notes a iii.iraeu uwoi ; uu a.
2n from the in the town of today from the one of see Mrs. Parrish's new mUhnery. tf
best masters. The music, which has j that time. Michigan sweet cider by the glass,
been under the direction 01 a. .trim- a detect in ine luuicuneui agnus. , jnon or barrel asr.n. oajuwin s.
oeen unuei ine uucvuuu ui - i a uncii iu iu.-u. "s ,
tage for the past few weeks, has been j Charles Pugh was argued at great
carefully prepared, and comprises j length on Saturday, before Judge
-The l-Wvens are lelline. Irom
J. W. Hui
11 JL . malaa
Sloan. The point was raised after canclies at the Imperial fresh every
the jury ior tne inai oi ine cc (jay . j(
impaneled and at its conclusion the 1 , . . . .
jurv which was sent out of court dur- The following round trip rates are
in"" the argument, was brought into . in effect to Prescott and Eastern sta
court and the judge instructed them tions. Tickets limited to one day
to bring in a verdict of acquittal, from date of sale. Cherry Creek,
whi h was done. , f 10; Va Verde. 81. o; Huron, $2.00;
, mrt a 1 1 Tnhi., Maver, -?2.2. These rates will en-
waSrJT I.J..H?S able evervone to visit , 1J. Big Bjj
hroucht mining district at a very u
u. :""" Tt : tra seating I ..""' .w'r Z " "J r s pense. Call at Burke Hotel office tor
ui ana laaaraw ' ' j" v W IU it l lirac iui? unci uvau w . . 1 w . j , a at fa
capacity, and chairs mil be provided District Attorney Nave moved that further information. n
for those desiring them. i the jury bring in a verdict of not R t mmtmmm choice, try
,.ni tr n-nwK .n a i-nfa- I flfl I I lit , s . . ! TSj
Klllll T, " " "aJ 1
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Hurdn's "Creation:" the "Hallel'1.-
jah ' chorus from Handel's "Messiah:"
the "Festival Te Deum" of Dudley
Buck in E flat, and solos by Miss
Munvan. Mrs. Ross and Mr. Armi
tage." Mr. Armitage, by request, has
consented to sing that exquisite
composition of Paul Rodney, "Cal
varv." In anticipation of the large
attendance at this service, the church
Miss Frances Bethuue of Los An
geles, formerly of Prescott. is visiting
Mrs. 8. IL Walstrum.
Another rich strike is reported to
have been made in the Cash miue.
inai me nwiH "u.. "11 . mmmtk . .u
would also form the tiase for a fine the ore running 5300 to the ton.
quality of candy. Here is an opening Chas.W.Piigh.editorof theStockman
for a new industry in Arizona, loom au( parmel at phenix, came up troni
Iicks could be obtained in quantity tne ,,(1, with his family today,
ntfieient to siinnlv the market. The ....
. 1 ' .- .. . t li-. I'an Hastmirs re- .... n
mner substance ot the cactus maim- o j 0P,urgh. representing irain
, . . j:.i inrnn to .leroine todav altera Iet p .. , i : fra F. A Itoirer
liiei llieU 111 IV llirrKiL ' . - .... i o- . Ot K.J.. UUr OI lur initial u., .. .... . - 1' f :..
fruits and the heart of it which is days' visit with friends in Prescott. ,unW , 8 Hrms in the left this morning for C alifor.iia to
The Wells, t'argoexpress office was United States, is visiting Prescott on spend tne sum mr. f- "W
i...r,lari7l few aurtits boo at Clif-1 his neriodical trip. Mr. Vosburg has brother is seriously ill I her-.
ton. the thieves securing about SKiO. i been makiug Prescott on his travels Wells Fargo A: Co.'s express office
interior appearance of the saloon.
Julius Rodenberg left today for
San Francisco where he will lead
Miss J. J. Neal, one of Oakland's
fair daughters, to the hymeneal
alter next Wednesday, April 2. Mr.
Rodenberg and bride will arrive in
Prescott, April 7. and will make their
future home here.
Monday iu April.
F. S. Breen, supervisor of San
Francisco Mountain anil two or three
other forest reserves, left for home
Dr.Willett L.Hardiu.mauagerof the
i King Solomon Mining comany which
is operating a mine near Congress, is
in town totlay.
Mrs. E. A. Roirers aud son John
linns au't vi' mi "a "
solid makes an excellent quality of
fuel when drv.
Attorneys A. C. Baker and Walter
Bennett came up from Phenix today
for twenty six ycarsand his furnished
big lot of the material iu his line
From Thursday's Daily.
u ,, " -- r...,,,i Pheniv In 'ir lilt; iui ui ....... leeie, I lie tiieili iiiiuh1
H. M. Kee is in from Providence. STtStTbefore the Uniteli Siutc , that hits ln tise.1 in the city's con- merlv 'statioI?L,l a, Preset,
, 4a - . . . . .1 tflriietinn . .
las. JJaiey oi Aiesa is a guesi ii me t.ourt
Hotel t ongress.
Geo. N. Conard is over from King
man on court matters.
Wholesale and Retail.
A German bilker at Safford com
mitted suicide Monday night by
hanging himself. No cause was
J. C. Martin was called to McCabe known for the act.
this morning on business. Sheriff lovin of Mohave county
K W. MaltendChas Bigham are t "S
up from Camp enle today. V(.stt.rilav.
Nelson Puutany of Chino valley is sheriff Munds came up from the
visiting the county seat today. southern pari of the territory, haying
Mrs McCandless' condition is no ' iu charge a young man by the name
letter today. If any change it is for of Ferguson who is wanted at Kuig
M. Scaulon and wife came in from: ju the territorial court this morn-
Mohave county last evening on L . . m(, a judgment by default was ren
court business. dered in the case of Geo. P. Heuder-
H. C. Vincent has changed the sou against Rochester Mining com-
I . , . ... . 1 1 1 'i - r 1 1 . t I frnm rVm. IWnV.
1 1 1 1 1 1 If M ll P" 'nini n B
lieal Etite always advances when valuable improvements
are made. The capitol of Arizona is compl.-t.-l and turned over
to the territory. The state officers now all occupy POOSM set
aiart for them. Electric cars every 15 minutes. City Mater, also
100 Inches of Water in the Salt River Canal
And Every Lof Guaranteed Plenty of Water.
The soil is sandy and no mud. Now is the time to get lots at
reasonable price in the middle of fine residences already con
structed and many still to be built. Sold on the installment
plan if desired, so that all may secure a desirable lot.
gress House to Hotel Congress.
l I lliilu-r who was iniured in a
s milling accident a short time ago, left
' for Fairlierry, Nebraska, yesterday.
A. C. McQueen, live stock agent
for the S. F.. P. A P. is up from Mes;i
on business with the road.
Constable Lee R. Redwine of Phe
nix and Miss Ollie Walker of rreS
cott were married in this city by Pro
liate Judge Hicks last evening.
It is reported that there was
over three inches of snow fell at
Win-low. which . ought to put the
ranges iu that sec' ion in good condition.
During the recent storm in Arizona
three inches of snow fell at Solomon
ville. the first to fall in twelve years.
At Tucson an inch of snow fell, the
lirst in six years.
The work of putting in the street
! crossings has been somewhat delayed
bv the recent storm, but it only
added emphasis to tha need of them.
Mr. Head has the work under way
' however, and as soon as the mud is
I out of the way will complete the job.
I There will be twentv in all at the
principal crossings of the city and
they are to be constructed of asphalt.
The fire demon paid Mesa another
visit vestenlav. and in the neighlior
hood of S60,(')00 worth of proixrty
weut up in smoke iu a very short
time. The entire south side oi nam
street, between Wilbur & Mul
Mullen's hardware store and the
Mesa citv bank is entirely wiped out.
nothing left but the black walls and
the smoking embers. The fire, as
near as could lie determined, origina
ted in the Peoules store aud was
probably started from a cigar stump.
From Honday's Daily
F. H. Potter is again in Prescott.
A miners' union has been organized
at Groom creek.
A turkey dinner will lie served at
tonight's calico ball.
H. W. Laskey & Co. have a new
advertisement in this issue.
B. S. Snider and wife of Martinex
spent Sunday in Prescott.
Mr. Guidell, a West Prescott tailor,
died Saturday, at the age of 72 years.
The Easter services in all the Pres
cott churches were well attended yes
Dr. G. W. Vickers of the Phenix
Republican came up from Phenix
The sale of property for delinquent
ill liefrin at the court house
Edward Perrin jr.. returned Satur
day from a visit to the Baca grant iu
the Juniper mountains.
I n;iul XtatM Marshal M. H. Me
lius eveniug in the ( ourier building. ; con mm to Phenix Saturday even
Annual nomination of officers. mg( returning again today.
Mrs. Rolx rt DeLarge and her two j g. Mader, the well known civil
daughters came iu yesterday from ; en(fineer. left on today's train for
Dewey. The latter will attend school William- on professional business.
in Prescott during the remaiuder oi
...... ... .w a Kansas Citv pom loin at me
raised by the defendant was that Mrs. . , - 3-27tf
Tobin could not testify against her M J
hunband in the case, and there being We serve only Chase & Sanborn s
no other evidence for the prosecution "Seal Braud" coffee at Shumate A
the case was brought to an abrupt Raible's. tf
close. Mrs. Tobin, who had been in
the witness box for nearly an hour
while the case was being argued by
Hal attorneys, and who had become
very much agitated, fainted as she
stepped from the witness stand, and
it was with considerable difficulty
that she was resuscitated.
S Dr JOHN T. HI BEL.
Z Eve, Ear, Nose, Throat and Uaf
Bashford Block. Prescott.
t Clifton was robbed recently. J. C.
U'. the siwiit in ehaiire. was lor-
Miss Kodaker ! You
press the button and let
Humphries do the rest.
Rooms 35 and 36,
1903 Calendars 1903.
To the merchants of Yavapai coun-
The Journal-Miner has secured
Try a cold turkey lunch at Shu
mate & Raible's. tf
Ring up 59 for fresh vegetables of
all kinds promptly delivered. F. H.
Baldwin successor to F. E. Jones, tf
Cold lunches of all kinds at the
DR. J. HARYEY BLAIN,
DENTIST. BASHFORD BUILD
ING. PRESCOTT. PHONE 126.
Kansas Citv pork loins received
The .lourual-Miner has secureu . rj c-t,,.. at the
some samples of calendars for 1903. every Tiday and Saturday the
The reirular meeting of
graphcal Union No. 37r, will
F. C. Carey, sinieiintendent of Ban
ning Bros.' marble works of Los An
geles, left for his home today after a
sojourn of three or four days iu this
section on a business trip.
Mrs. Arthur Cook of McCalie. who
has lieen seriously ill for some time,
and whose life was despaired of for a
few days, is now on the high way to
Odd 1 Hows' hall is being removed
to mak room for a new building
there. Geo. Giles is the moving con
tractor. The Miners' union at Congress
placed a ticket in the field for school
trustee and elected their man over T.
J . Corrigan.
Judge W. A. Place, a Clifton, law
ver. is reported to have mysteriously
dismiiieared. He is said to have been
,11,1 i 'i- will follow soon.
They are strictly up to date in de
sign and quality, and prices are right.
We can furnish almost any style or
Merchants are requested to patron-i-w
home industrv and reserve their
orders until samples are examined at
Deputy U. S. Marshal Frank Reno V ri;s,lits- he '
M. E. COLLINS,
No. 17 FIRST AVENUE, PHENIX,
The Prescott National Bank has
just received and bad put iu place
the larire fanev window over the front
entrance to the bank buildiug.
arrived in Prescott lat niirht teat
tend the session of the United States
court going on here uow. He came
bv way of Albuquerque, N. M., where
he hail taken Geo. Crook and Pat
Murphy, two of the Massagee gang of
outlaws which had ban captured in
Southern Arizona. Mr. Reno savs
Arizona officials lieara splendid repu
tation in New Mexico for their good
work in capturing outlaws. Yery sel
dom a warrant is sent to Arizona for
a man who is wanted there but whal
: a former resident of Jerome.
Kev , H V. ' i h i Forest Supervisor F. R. Stewart to
night from W .nslow where he has r.ot that the salary of
been assisting in holding revival s. r . r haa been
vices for the past two wseaa i trntn ,aj to ner month.
k r l-v am
,, H. Gillieit, superintendent of the
' 1 , V'p King of Arboi.a miue. dieii very sud-
viiif .-m.i-'i a !i,st t-kof a s881 chin
U.ieMe-' "Iter comiu-.. it from a visit in the
A New Mexico postmaster shot and
killed I man after the latter had
opemil fire on him. For doiug so he
had I aatTOW escape from being
A letter addressed to C. A. Snow ii
t', . opt.o-ile Ihe patent office. Wash-
I) ('.. wi bring a booKiei oi
W. E. Bvftv baa
district court at Pbei
Guut her to recover SI
sion on the sale of t!
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cook came iu
from McCabe yesterday where thvy
have been for a cm li !- f v ekfl BMra
ing their daughter iii-lawi iK wa se
riously ill with paeuni b Tin lat
ter is uow recovering ri pidl
t demurrer to the indict: rttti nr!
,...,... ii i wi nrinsf a
it has the result of landing the man against one ot the sheep men i... ustructious how to obtaiu patents,
wanted iu jail, while iu some other j passing on the an r rancisco uu ... llaUemarks and copngtits.
parts of the country it is almost im - tain forest reserve was tjJ Mader. the civil engineer, to-
L.;i,im.,pu,rvi,vrai a wHrnint terdav aftern.ni in the I nibi SUtes a d r. m p
uuauiwv " PS - . i - . . mi -' . i . iii. trim r" i i .
i his is Holv Th.irsdav and is being , No appetite, feel tired, can't sleep, As a matter of fact. Arizona officials ' , ,'wi,, i)lut,k .-the Prwcott National
observed in an appropriate man nervous, in other words Spring Fever, usually are very efficient, ana lew r ' dmr.vr. and the Bank building. He will occupy
Tomorrow is Good Friday and Bun-
da- is Easter.
will dlii up the itoUMcii
and tiinke yon feel
rtiul irvartfor ant length 'if tim
c-ae Will now u to
irrer. and the nan iniiiiuun. v r.-
trial iHjfura a I room B, with J. B. Ta-ilmson, a min
Oiledonian coal, the best iu the
market, for sale by F. C. Paine, agent
in Prescott. Order vour coal now for
the winter tf.
Help vourself to the best 5 ceut
, igar in Prescott. Gene, the cigar
man has sixteen brands of the finest
f-i . .Milt fM&rors in the market. Take
T. S. Brown of Big Bug your choice. tf
has purchased a fine caul- ' rituced Toun leslady derirea
a situation. Apply at this oflke. 3-21.
Ehle rooming house for rent; en
quire at 214 N". Montezuma street,
No headache if you drink at Kear
ney's. Courier building. tf
Call up the City Meat Market for a
trial order of those choice Kansas
City pork loins. 3-27tf
If Charles or Elmer Wood worth
will address Edward Bisdee, New
Hartford Iowa, they will hear some
thing to their benefit. Territorial
papers please copy. tf
During the months of March and
April. 1902, colonists tickets will be
on sale from all parts in the east to
Arizona and California common
points, west bound only, at following
Pocket Book Found. rates: From Chicago S33, t rom .
Louis. Memphis, New Orleans ana
A la.lie green leather purse with Mississippi river points $30; from
brass clasps, containing a sum f j Kansas City, St. Joe and Missouri
1- 1. ...... F. .... i I I kii nor '-IM
money n.i n uu... i, ...... , river poiuis w ...
I obtaiu same by applying at residence yOTir f0iKS west call at the Burke
of T. O. Norris, proving property aud hotei ticket office and the matter will
a . V" A a ii i' TT
paying tor tnis aa. be arranged ior vou. r. c. nowe.
Mining Contracting. city passenger agent. tf
We are prepared to take contracts Stock certificates Officers of new
for anv kind of mine development wrporations are requestetl to call on
work Call or addres Wilson At- the Journal-Miner and obtain t pnoaa
teberry. 0 K. Store, Prescott, for stock ctifioaea, aaaa- d com-
a-i. 2-2hl nlcia Ml at 00811
era. if he is wise ne win
let "Humphries do the
Rooms ;15 and
Saturday Excursion to Phenix.
Ctmmenciug Saturday, Nov.
1901, and continuing on each &itur
day until March 29. PJtri.
Limit 30 day Fare $9.00.
No orders or claims against the
Midnight Test Mining company and
the Red Rock Mining company will
lie honored, unless approved by the
uudersigued. Geo. Wood.
3-25-6 General Manager.