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Local and Personal.
From Wednesday's Daily,
One democratic aud one republican
councilman was elected at estenlav's
election in Phenix.
The president yesterday appointed
Col. A. bio In- is ij(ivernor of th
territory to lake effect J ul v 1.
J. M. Aitkeu was defeated jnoeter
dav for city councilman of l'heuix by
Dr. Ol E. Wat kins has arrived at
Wfcipplri to tiilrn thn rnrritinn of pod
surgeon. He is accompanied liv his
Harry Wilcox, a consumptix.' who
recently Barred in this sect ion , died
a few days ap and was Imri.-o yes
RV-gnilar meeting of I). K. Hose
company will I' called at s..0 to
night. Refreshments will Ik- served.
V. M. Oammil. Foreman.
Territorial Auditor W. F. Nichols
came up from Phcuix this morning
on otiiciiil business. He is making a
sniess. ne is niaKiii'' a
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ot the northern part ol
on otncial business.
Mike Hermann of Oroom Creek
was in town today circulating among j
his friends in Prescott and transact- ,
S. A. Logan has made his final set- i
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. . . . r . , , .. , . 1 henix justice to answer to the grand
mm 1st rat or of the state of the late J . , n
, l .-11 1 .1 . 1 juivon a charge of rape. A small
John Mian K-rger and the estate has .J n(, requlreil. whU.h he promptly
been distributed to the heirs. It con-1 , Jwi f custody,
sisted of houses and lots in Prescott.0 J
and $500 in cash, j A carload of ostriches passed
At the meeting of the city council i through Prestott yesterday, another
on Monday night two lints trera pre
sented for hnilHim-a second storv on
the ctv jail building, IJoth bids
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were rejected, and uew bids are in
vited to be presented to be opened
lasi 1 uruto .0 -i 110. 111 u. . ;
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Cohenour ami Mrs. M. Brown were
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united in marriage at the Kingman
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House. Judge J. Log;::; lterlorm-.
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ing the oeremonT. 1 he c niple are
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well known m Kitlgn:in and .Mohave
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county, where i R-y have many fnends i
l u u " i u ' r.
who wish them much happiness.
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Moiui ve Miner.
A marriage license km issued to-1
day to Curt W. Sane; of (iroom j
Oreek aud Delia Braaoea of Yavapai
eountv. The marriage will take !
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place this eveniagat t!i" office of the '
probate judge, at which Probate
Judge C. P. Hicks will officiate. I
There wa Fair sued audience at
the opera bouse last evening to wit-
neasthe protbiction of the "Old New
Hampshire Home" by the Prescott j
Stock company. Tiie productksij
seemed to 1k well r-r- ire:: by the an- ,
dience judging from the applaaae j
At a meeting of the Barrett Post.
G. A. 15.. held last evening, a eom
mittee was appointed to make ar-
raugements foVtiie protHT observance
Of Memoriid dav. A special meeting
will be held on Tuesday ev.-niug. !
liwr 29l to receive the committee's re-1
port aud to complct
From Thursday 's Ur.il v.
Fresh flowers r-t-ei-.e.!
Pay your dog tax now and save
your dog. i
John Roberts came up from the
""Santa Maria country vest rday.
Oscar Oneal. the Date Creek stock
man, is in town today.
R. E. Morrison left last night for
Art Cock of Met a be wa in town
Fiauk .lager and Earl Jager of the
Model Mim";; company, arrived on
last night'-- train from Chicago.
J?W S. Hildreth is able to be at his
place of business today, though still
.somewhat under the weather.
A. L. Smith has received official no
tice of his appointment as post
master, and is engaged today ir.
rustling up bondsmen.
Mark Murphy, superintendent outlying Jennie and bear the music by
the Hoyt Mining company, and one iiui,i 'fotu
of the liest miner in Vavapai DOiBSty
sin town from Lynx creel; today.
Ed. Bieri. ! : ' lat night from
his trip i ast. 10 purchase a stock of
at km is foi liis store, and on business
connected with the Merchants' Min s,x ,u eacn'
iug c--t.. ;.-!!. ' u- ' had tiovemoi BranBBmaaid to have re-
a very nacccsful trip, and returns ceived til applications for 41 posi- '
highly pleasei i withv h.u be accom- lions allotted to him. in a xditical
pushed. sessse. Ii i- aneleas to say that 443
Three carloads of polos and five nbemR.R.
tons of copper erne have arrived for Mr. Smith, ti e city hall ground
the Ariatsaa State Telephone com- iihsni i4 Pheaix, has been visiting
aany. Work was emnmf need today Prescott fen a few days. Whether he!
on this end of the line to construct is here on pleasure or to take point-,
the line to Congress. Octare, Wieh- sn on osn stiaza system of adornment
enburg and Hot Springs. The An- we do not know.
zona State Teiepi. .:ie -:.: .;:; will . In - , , .
1 , ,, ., A J henix dispatch savs It is cur
connect in Prescott with the Prescott i , .. . i
... reaily reported here that pressure is i
tlectric eomiiaiiv s : i - -t.-in. - - , r ... r t, ,. .
... being Drought io !ear on Brodie to,
Mrs. A. V. Kant:- and '.t t tsto apjxiiut Ben Daniels superintendent j
daughiers will sfoortli rensone to of the territorial prifon when the for-
Whipple, where they have taken a : mer assumes the governorship.
bouse m which tuey will n si.le. r, r. , ... a-
- Dr. Day as health cllieer is the
A telegram was received here yes-1 right man in th- right place. Asa
ter!a. announcing ih . tli of A! "niter ' among the back alleys aud as
KastuerV mother al Stratford, ie an obeercant ohhesal, having a deep
tario. - ti-.e srife of a brother , regard for the municipal health, he is
of P. L. iind E. A. Kastner. am only tireless but nevertheless fair
E. E. Eilinv.ood wii! sbrntly issue mi Serl
a call for th-- me tint: of the terri- Another car load of ostriches ar-
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iui i.o i n . i ti . umiii lum.iii'iir
Io take steps towards calling a terri
A new addition 'to Pre . uot, e,it of
lasssL. h b ; ed of, while parties
are also negotiating for a tract south
of the city to make an
dditiou to the
Sam L. Pattee ems aopoinv d dis
trict attorney vest t. ; b Hid
of stipervisots Mr. L'attei is thor-1
r-,..iilMr ,,-it ;. ;,.. . ! m ;..-. a i...
nsfcehariag practically bad charge
of it for BOtne time.
Attentkm is directed todav ; the
card in this issue 1 Wood. Dillon &
Co.. mine brokers. Their office is lo
cated iu the Lawter l.-k in the
front part of the room occupied byj.
The marriage of C. V. Sauer and
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Miss ueiia ir.d!'i-!i too;; iat- lasi
evening a; lie- resiueu-e ol .nr. ami
Mrs. A. L. Snith in V.'.-st I'n-sci.tt. prominent regard these days as a
the eereinonv lieimr jer:ornied by lienor center, in addition to having
Rev. Leon O. E'-wis. I somewhat of a Kvety corporate erie-
rhe are department was c lied out t nee in street car, m-rcanti,.-. mm
tl i after tcnen
of the old Throne resi leuce in West :
Pnscolt. Owing to the promptness
with srbicb they responded to the
alarm and ti efficient v.oil; don.
lire was confined to the above i
VMr. and Mrs. R. R Coleman gave ,
a delightful entertainment to a nuui-1
her of their frieuds last evening a;
their east Prc-scotl resideuce. Thai
most fa-.tin r and cm il;:.g miU'-.j
fca-bkudcil eii'-hr. f i - i J the
guests with :i:-i- duriu r tie- ;
evening. E ' ' . ' ere played
when it was ; .mil unit five ge
men and three Ladies had tied for
first prizes. Iu the cut Mrs. E. II.
Drapei wo irs! pria for the iadies
and JJos. Wragovich won the gentle
ness first priz-. Mrs. O. A. Hesla
won tbi !. ies 'ihe great eM
number of lone haul" played, and C.
O. Ellis won a siniilar favor as the
of tlii'jfHineselejrant refieslimeut-s were !
I served to the quests, ami it was after
niulmht befcWJ they took their de-
i lrture for their homes,
From Friday's Daily.
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T. I. Darnell is in town from Hill-
Captain A. F. Brown, the powder,
man. is in town on his periodical visit.
Fred Liebe. a promiuent merchant
f San Fraucisco. is visiting Prescott
on business and pleasure combined.
The strike of the mechanics at
Cauauea is now said to be in a fair
way to le settled.
D. C. Martin, manager of the
EVMtal Telegraph company, is able to
le around apam. but has not resumed
work at the keys.
P. T. Hurley is fitting up the room
recently vacated under the Burke ho
tel aud will occupy it with his whole
sale meat market and cold storage
Teachers, preachers, professional
men and women hear free lecture at
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court houseNiturdav evening. May
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10th. at b o clock,
Mr. Darrali was the first Fnion
soldier from Iowa to lose a limb in
the war of the rebellion. All old
comrades should hear him on May
10th. in the court house, at S p. in.
Otto Miller has been held bv a
j one todav. and another is due tomor-
row, making three carloads in all or
lean 1 i inj : 1 1 :
"r u,ruh- AU,S w,u '"crease
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the number of ostriches at the farm
in Phenix to over 1,000.
Frank S. Davis, who lives one mile
oi"i nan u.iniir?i ul ill' L ll . HJu'ie
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a startling discovery Tuesday of this
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week. In his vard he fouml a lied'
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of tarantulas, and he at once made a
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raid. Before he had concluded his
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war of extei initiation there were
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twenp- one tarantulas dead on the
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field. This is a fact, and anv one i
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who does not believe it can visit the;
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home of Mr. Davis and see for thetn
Mi-s Margaret Levy, the little1
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. X. Levy, i
eetebtaled her seventh birthday yes-j
terday. She is a pupil of the Kinder-1
garsi i.aud invited a number of her'
tittle friends from that institution to
;,ssist h"r- 1 entertained them with
fames, and then treated them to a
''""J"' "WJ ee cream and j
A fatal sis-shooter accident hap-;
ened at the t'oland mine and hap-1
pened in a very peculiar manner. Aj
man went into a Chinese restaurant j
a',e 3 lm'al- using to pay for it. J
AflPr ''nng the restaurant, he went ;
"? an adjoining saloon, and the
(-hinamRii followe.1 him and reported
' ' proprietor of the saloon the:
' reeeived. The aa-.
io00 ? undertook to colle-t the
litmoiiiii iiiieano an altercation ensued.
,n. waicn ae nit the aennqaeai on the 1
', bead with a six shooter. The weapon
as liwrharged anil : lie bullet pierced
the abdoatea of th; chinaman, caus-1
ing a fatal wound.
hrom Saturday's Daily,
-The Furniture of the Soul" will be
the evening theme in the Methodist i
Episcopal church. Marina street.
Groom Creek Miners' L'niou give a
ball tonight at Groom City, and a
pleasaut time is assured all who go.
Hatty from Pwcott will attend.
Sandy Djnahue has lieeu elected
chief of the Flagstaff fire department.
inueiiinsT this honor for the second ;
time. It is useless to state that
Sand? is r an expert in the han
dling of water.
Companies E and F of the 12th
regim.-t;: passed through here last
night en route for Ft. Apache. They
had just returned from the Philip
pines. FlairMaff Gem.
The merry-go-round will run this
veuing and tomorrow, when it will be
There is an interesting coincidence
in that the iiumoer of women con- ,
lined in the peneteutiaries of Xew I
Mexico and Arizona ate the same !
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i i.ii luud v 101 i ite uoi tili.l ! l,t I etelUUS
b-'low. The seemed to on to their:
job from the vay they "rubber I
necked" at the pine trees here aud
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can't blame them.
J. 11. and F. H. Mttlrein are enter
taining their father. David Mulrein, I
who has arrived on a visit to our city. !
'I he senior Mulrei.i i-, a fine tvie of !
catin" ,0 "row UP with the country,
Rev. E. L. Taft will preach tomor-
row morning m the baptist church
on "Wood .New? iu I i me of raunue.
Special reference will lie made to the !
religion condition in Arizona. The;
subject of the sermon in the eveninsr!
will lie "Mt. Sinai," the first iu a
serins on "Mountain Scenes in the!
l rescuu is assuredly assuming a
jsn STOMACH af
This iiKlici ue will purify the blo.nl.
ri-st. .re the appetite, make ihe iver
active, and positively cure Pisttnteu
cv. iK-ichiug. Heailache. Indig.-sl ion
Dyspepsia and Constipation.
Try a Bottle and be convinced.
in preparing appetizing and
wholesome food is lightened by
this famous baking powder
Absolutely pure. It adds
healthful qualities to the food
The "Royal Raker and I'astry
Cook" most practical and
valuable of cook l.oks
free to every patron. Send
full address bv postal card.
HOYAL BAKING POWDER CO..
ing and other big enterprises. We building in McCabe which they will
have now three distinct labor organi- use as a meat market and cold stor--.atioiis
the Typographical Union, age room.
the Brotherhood of Locomotive En- James Shirley arrived on last
gineers and the Journeyman Tailors. ; night's train and is circulating among
together with many miners' unions his old friends in Prescott. which are
within a stone's throw of the city. A 'lee-ion. Mr Shirley is now a Derma-
federated trades council is among the
Hank" f-mith, as he was familiarly
Irnnwn riierl this innrninn- at the
county hospital from an attack of
pneumonia. The deceased was for rul " s,x lnt,1C!' "e,ow me suee' district of Idaho Is growing in extent
over a third of a century a resident of S. E. Bretherton, superintendent of j every day, aud properties are chang
tuis countv. growing up from hay-1 Val1 Verde smelter, is expected to ! ing hands at a marvelous rate for
hood. For a number of vears he re-
sided on Cherry creek. His daugh
ter arrived today from Phenix, arriv
ing too late liefore the final summons
came. He will be buried tomorrow
and a general invitation is extended
his friends and acquaintances to be
Carlos Mormack. the lad who shot
and killed another boy of his age at
Tucson some time ago,; will have the '
ght to claim the distinction of being
the first juvenile offender sentenced
to the territorial reform school, to !
spend five years of his life according
to the order of the distnet court ot
Pima county. He was sentenced last
Thursday and will be held in the
Pima county jail until the school is
F. E. Jones, for so many years a
resident merchant of the city, but
now of Pomona, California, arrived
last night. He comes to Prescott to
look into the affairs of th Baldwin
store, on Cortez street, in which he is
interested, and which has ben tem
porarily closed. Mr. Jones states
that the house will soon again b
opened up for business.
The condition of th Chinaman,
who was accidentally shot at Poland
on Thursday, remains critical, and no
hope is given for his recovery. Mr.
Williams, who handled the gun as a
club on the man who had refused to
pay the chink for the meal, has ten
IkmiihI over to the grand jury. If
death should result to the Chinaman,
under the circumstances would it not
be proper to refer to the deed as a
The members of the Eighteenth
infantry, stationed at Whipple, and
the Wellington baseliall nin of this
city will play a game of baseball to
morrow afternoon at 2:80 on the dia
mond, at the Fort Whipple grounds,
where, in years gone by, the na
tional game had no more enthusias
tic or ardent supporters than existed
bet ween the soldiers and the civilian
teams, aud a revival of th sport un
der old-time conditions is again
gladly welcomed. The boys in blue
are said to have some skillful play
ers in their ranks, while the Welling
tons also are said to have lately re
ceived some good "recruits."
"In union there is strength." This
applies just as forcibly to men in a
collective sense as it does to nations
in a patriotic regard. Accordingly
the tailors of this city, some ten in
number "got together" as it were and
organized a journeymen tailors' union
under the jurisdiction of the Ameri
can I'nion of Tailors, with headquar
ters at Blooniingtou, 111. The Pres
cott union is No. 352. and is
"stitched" together with the follow
ing officers: H. Haskins. president:
F. W. Strickell, vice presidnt: W. J.
Young, secretary; E. L. Alg. treas
urer, and F. CL Alg, sergeant-at-atms.
The union bill of prices adopted has
leeu signed by J. Derr and E. A.
Carroll, and hereafter the union laliel
will adorn every garment turned out. .
The new association is composed of
industrious and capable men. and
very ordor intrusted to them will re
ceive careful consideration. They
should he encouraged from a home
industry staudx.int in their especial
line, and the nomadic "hiker" should
become a "lost art" commodity.
From flonday's Daily
E. S. Ives of Tucson is in town.
District court is iu session today.
Governor N. O. Murphy came up
from Phenix on Unlays train.
.1. H. Hise returned Saturday even
ing from a successful mining trip
lira. J. C Mather returned today
from her visit with her daughter at
The Wellingtons of Prescott won
yesterday's Iwll game by a score of
2H to 12 for the Whipples.
P. A. Williams came up from Mesa
yesterday for a brief visit. He will
return south this evening.
15-n Kyhon and family have gone
to Tombstone, where the former ex-
K'-ts to engage in business.
The funeral of the late J. H. B.
Smith took place this afternoon and
eras attended by a large ansnher of
The ;irst regular train over the new
road to I'. .laud iva sent out yester
day. Trains v, II! hereafter lie run
resrunuiv on the road.
i . ii ,r m i i u i . very genial and well-informed gen
, runes k vi on of McCabe has about - ... , ...
i i i - , .. , i -ii- i ilem.iii aud the Journal-Miner is
compleww his two-story, building and , ,.
i u u r.i ple.ise.i to extend a cordial we come
moved in it todav. fie has one of tin- ... ,, , . t. .
i j j to him. and tmlieves tnal by t ic time
finest buildings in the camp. , ., . . .... ,.- ,
be thinks lie !-.as sumitently reg ined
C. P. Winglicld and Mr. OhasTiSi hi health to return enst he will de-
M BAaanaahsf for th foundation of a , cide to remain here permanently .
Tneri are cheap baking powders,
made from alum, but they are ex
ceedingly harmful to health. Their
astringent and cauterizing qualities
add a dangerous element to food.
100 WILLIAM ST.. NEW YORK.
bent resident of New York
Ira Sanders, an employee of the S.
F., P. fc P. railroad was run over on
Saturday at P. & E. Junction while
making a Hying switch and had his
"akuig a living switch and had bis,
return this evening trom his trip to
his trip to
Denver ami the Yal Verde smelter
will lx- started up again in a few days.
At the dance given by the Miners' I
I'nion at Groom Creek Saturday
infill. V ucim ,v ..AiiuviuB waii
Brand" coffee was served exclusively,
d exclusively, j
the entertain- '
and added much to
Mr. anl Mrs. Wallace Fairbank
have returned from the east, where
they were called by the sickness of
Mr." Fairbank s father. The latter
was greatly improved in health when
W. W. Vanderbilt came in last
evening from New York where he has
been residing lor the past two vears
He is receiving a most cordial recep
tion and welcome from his numerous
friends iu this section.
Ed. B. Webster, representing the
M. J. Keller Co. of Oakland. OnL, will
make his summer visit to Prescott '
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(luring iuc wee ui .-tin iu owu.
Prescott patrons please post jxine plac
ing orders until that time.
H. A. Suttle. Beason, 111.; A. J.
Harty. Yyomiug, III., and Dr. W.
R. Owen. Sublette. 111., formed a
small party which arrived here on
Friday evening for the purpose of in
vestigating our mineral resources.
Qoferaot F. A. Tritle took a party
out today to christen, his uew town-
site, located south of the military re-
servation. The name given to it
is Crook City. The site of the pro-
posed suburban city to Prescott is the
old Dwyer ranch.
The Jourual-Miuer is in receipt of
an invitation to the graduating exer-
eises at Mills seminary. Wednesday
afternoon. May 21. The college class
consists of six "sweet girl graduates,
one of them being Miss Emma Ida
Dutcher of Prescott.
Among the members of the Mc
Cabe Extension company excursion
party was Harold Cheverton, who
spent several monts in Prescott a few
years ago and who will be remem
bered by many people. Mr. Chever
ton is at present connected with a
' large banking institution in Chicago.
The Los Angeles Times last week
issued a magnificent special edition
devoted to the biennial convention of
Women's clubs. It was illustrated
profusely with pictures of prominent
; club women, among the Arizona cou
j tingent being a tine picture of Mrs.
F. A. Tritle. president of the Prescott
! Monday club and delegate to the con
vention. The suit of A. Hallenlwrg vs. the
, Cobre Grand Mining company came
i up before Judge K. E. Sloan today at
; 10 o'clock and a continuance was had
; until 2 o'cIck. There is quite an ar
ray of legal talent in the case. Mr.
; Halleulxirg being represented by At
torney Cruiksbank of New York and
and Judge Hawkins, and the Cobre
Grande compauy by Herndon Ai Xor
' ris of Prescott. L. H. Chalmers and
J. M. Jamison of Phetiix and Norton
Chase or -New ork and Judge W . rl.
Barnes of Tucson.
The 3-year-old son of Mr. ami Man.
Charles Egge died on Saturday at
McCalie of scarlet fever. The re
mains were brought to town yester
day and buried in the Masonic ceme-
tery. The death caused a general
feeling of sadness in the McCali
: camp as the boy was unusually
bright for one of his years and was a
universal favorite with all who knew
him. He was a graudsou of J. H.
Farrell superintendent of the Mc
Cabe Extension Mining and Milling
. company and was idolized by him
aud Mrs. Farrell as well as by Mr.
and Mrs. Egge. He was the only
son of the latter.
Dr. F. L. Shoenle. a uewspajier
man of Ciuciiniatti. arrived in Pres
cott on Friday and accompanied the
Cincinnati excursion to McCabe. Dr.
, Shoenle came via New Orleans and
joineu the party here. He is a stock
holder iu the Gopher mine and this
was his first opport unity of visiting
the property. Be conies here for the
l-enetit of MS health, but. incidental
ly, will do considerable newspaper
work which will In- of a character
which .will be of great Itenefit to the
territory. Dr. Snoeule is a nephew
of Mis A. V. Kautz nnd will make
his he.idqu:. ters with the family, at
Whipple, although a portion of his
lime will be spent at MeCalx- and h
will also visit other mines in this sec
tion. It is his Bra! visit to Arizona
Hal ins Bret hnprassnoaa of the terri
tory are exl remel r favorable. Heisa
A telegram from Bisliee says:
"Work is progressing actiyely on
preparations for building the new
Copper Quen smelter at Douglas.
The smelter is to be controlled by a
separate corporation, to be known as
the Douglas Reduction company, a
feature that confirms the belief that
the works will constitute the ceutral
reduction plant of the Phelps-Dodge
interests in the southwest. This
company has acquired title to forty
acres, extending up to the western
Iwundary of the Douglas town site.
The smelter is to be 235 hy 150 feet,
the power house 270 by 100 feet, the
boiler house 200 bv 400 feet. All
these structures will have railroads
! within them. The machine shop aud
I foundry will be built at once, and are
j now under way. The ore receifed by
railroad will be handled in a novel
i manner. It will be mixed in great
pits, instead of at the furnace mouth
j as usual. There will be no ore bins.
but instead three great pits. 38 by 100
feet in size, excavated 12 feet deep by
means of steam shovels. The three
i pits will lie parallel to each other,
will be lined with concrete, and will
have a capacity for nearly 100,000
; tons of ore. In each of the pits will
I be a traveling steam shovel that will
, hoist the mixed ore into cars on tres
i ties 18 feet above. At the smelter the
j ore supply tracks will be 50 feet in
i height; and thnce the main work of
handling the charges will be by
A telegram from Flagstaff dated
May 7, says: "The eastbound Santa
Fe overland limited ran into a burn
ing bridge two miles west of town
yesterday at 1.40.
"The engine was derailed and
passed over the bridge, but the. bag
gage car, diner aha two Pullmans
were stopped directly on the bridge
and burned with all their contents in
an incredibly short time. The diner
was full of passengers at luncheon,
j but all escaped without injury except
; Mrs. Nina Lee of Pasadena, whose
i wrist was sprained in escaping from
.1 j: j n a i i t c
me uiner, ana r. a. .tianiu 01 oan
Francisco, who was slightly scratched
about the face.
The fire was discovered by a track
man who did not hare sufficient time
to Hag the train so that it could stop
before crossing the bridge. Two rear
Pullmans were pushed away from the
burning cars by the relief party from
Flagstaff and were saved.
Thunder Mountain News
The Great Thunder Mountain gold
i splendid prices. Ihe Ibunder Mono
tain Investment & Development com
pany, whose head office is at Boise,
report the following sales: The
I.'Hame gsoup of four claims for
i i SI 10.000; the Holcomb group of
A . . . - awaeA rrt , . ,
'or a '1'i0 amount in a company to be
organized ior aeveiopmeni purposes;
the Golden Eagle group of five
claims for f75,0OO: the Sunnvside,
one single claim. $125,000: aud the
Apex group of one full claim and
several fractions for $35,000.
All these claims are on the slope of
Thunder Mountain Peak itself, from
which the name of the district was
The company also report several
. i big deals on hand, some of them be
ing on properties in Rainbow moun
tain district, which is about three
miles southwest of Thunder Monn
tain Peak, and assays recently made
show that district to be as rich, if not
richer, than Thunder Mountain Peak
itself: and the dykes run wider and
are more thoroughly defined than
those of Thunder mountain.
Not half has been told of the rich
ness of the gold deposits of the
Thunder Mountain district; nor has
the district been prospected suffici
ently to determine the area of the
mineralized section; and it is now be
lieved that instead of the district be-
hag ten miles square it will be nearer
The Thunder Mountain Invest
m8nt and Development company of
Boise have other properties, which
are nGw on the market, and have an
information bureau, and will gladly
answer all questions pertaining to
Skull Valley and Kirkland.
Chester Sbupp is -sporting a new
phaeton. Married life seems to be a
success with him.
A new house up on the Stapps'
Alf Stapps is going around with a
bandaged head too much broncho
said to be the cause.
Mrs. Annabel Millet, nee Stapps, is
visiting with her mother and brother.
Mr. Paulson of Prescott called at
one of the Gohrman camps looking
for a copper ledge he found in the
"Days of Auld Lang Syne. His suc
cess or failure is not known yet.
Right here it is well to note that
memory sometimes places a ledge,
deemed unimportant when discov
ered, miles away from its location.
Ab Rudy, Joe Rudy aud Exl More
head are said to have leased or
bonded one of their claims to Kansas
parties for a desirable sum.
George Milner has leased the old
Gohrman diggings to eastern parties
for a term of years. Further particu
lars not at hand.
C. W. Piatt, who was seriously ill
for awhile, is up and arouud again.
Mrs. C. W. Piatt is somew hat sick at
Fred Gaines has been sick more or
less for over a mouth.
Sheep have bean going north at a
lively rate for some time.
Charley Carter has quite a number
of cattle in the yards at Kirkland
ready to ship.
Mr. Phipps and Leonard De Weis,
both eastern men. are in Kirkland
looking for opjiortuuities to invest.
Mr. Howard Legge. of the Monte
Cristo, is in Kirkland now .
Henry Z. Cox had a son come to
him a day or two ago. Mothei and
child doing well.
A host of people is iu from Walnut
Grove and Feeples valley.
Louis Hasselfeldt. who has been a
long time iu ihe employ of Tom
Earnhart, is again farming in Pen pin
1.1 LY DA LB.
Women's Club Convention
The complete story Sfitfa u
number of hantloi'i" :liiitra!i ;is
! covering the La Fn -t i de la rkoTBS
mm the eight days-' uri iitsfli ol the
i Gexkenl Federation I Women's i-lnia
1 is announced in the form of a special
number of the Times to appear on
Mav it. The paper is to lie inclosed
m a handsome, specially designed
cover, and will be the proper thiii' to
send to friends in the east who will
In- interested in the events described.
A- an advertisement of southern ( 'all -fiirnia.
nothing could lie more effee
tive than the complete and beautifully-
illustrated story of Los Angeles
annual flower carnival. The price
will Is- ten cents per copy, tbrs
copies for 2t cents.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.
Official Proceedings ot the Board
Supervisors of Yavapai County.
Office of the Board of Supervisors
j of Yavapai county. Arizona. Pres
icott, Arizona. May 7. 1902,-Board of
! Supervisors of Yavapai county, Ari-
zoua, met pursuant to adjournment
Wednesday. Mav 7. 1902, at 10 a. m.
Present, J R Beatson, chairman;
D E Dumas, member, and J H Rob
Minutes of May 5. lWri, read, and
on motion the same wen- approved.
On motion W W Munds was ap-
nointed rnnd overseer in and for road
dist No 12. subject to filing and
approval of bond.
Report of Wui Thomas, supt of
hospital and poor farm, for the month
of April. 1002. was checked, found
correct and ordered filed.
The following claims were on mo
tion audited aud warrants in pay
ment ef same ordered drawn on ex
pense fund, to wit:
J P Tiernan, supplies prisoner,
DeMund Lumljer (Jo, supplies
J S Calles, interpreter. $30.00.
M Asher. juror certificate. $t.
J H Robinson, assg juror certifi'
Prescott Transfer Co, coal court
Mike Camplx 11. bounty, $20.
J H Drew, bounty, $t.
Clareno- Deuuv. bounty. $23.
J X Elliott, bounty, $7.
James Hamilton, bounty, $10.
Spyer Holden. bounty, $20.
Isaac Jones, liounty, $20.
E R Meadow, lwunty, ?20.
L M Olden, bounty. $1.
Report of the tiounty physician for
the month of April was received and
In the matter of th appointment
of a district attorney
county, Arizona, to fill
caused by the resignation of Reese
The resignation of Reese M. Ling,
district attorney of Yavapai county,
Arizona, having been accepted aud a
petition, signed by more than thirty
qualified voters of said Yavapai
county, asking for the appointment
of Samuel L. Pattee as district at
torney of said county to fill said va
cancy having been presented to this
board, it is ordered by the Board of
Sutiervisors of Yavapai countv, An-
: , i,.,t 9m,.l i Putin b
land he is hereby appointed district ; ecnien. oi iowa; auauor, airs,
attorney of said" Vavapai county, to j George Noves, of Wisconsin; direct
i fill the 'vacancy cause l in the said - Mrs. Anna D. Wert , of Massa
I m.iowinn nf R,se M I W chilsettsi Mrs. J. C. Teinll, of Texas;
Petition signed bv more than fif -
! teen electors nf Yavanai county. Ari-
i zona asking lor tne appointment oi
W. H. Wisecarver as justice of the
i peace of Seligman precinct.
On motion the county treasurer was
! directed to cancel "Certificate of Tax
j Sale No. V for the year 1900 and to
j refund to the holder of said certifi
cate the sum of eighty dollars and
'eighty cents fJMMhft he said certifi
!cate lieing for property assessed
Ou motion the tax collector was in
j structed to cancel assessment against
Clint Draper for the year 1901, the
! same being in error.
Appointment of James Balsdou as
deputy recorder by P. .1. Farley, re-
corder was taken up and on motion
! the same was confirmed.
In the matter of the formation of a
! new school district, the following
I petition was presented, viz!
Poland. Ariz.. May 2d, 1902.
a .1 A
To J. B. Jolly. County Supt. of
Schools Yavapai County. Anzona:
We. the undersigned, residents of
! Poland. Yavapai Co.. Arizona, respect
fully represent that we desire to form
a new district, with boundaries as fol
lows: Begiuuing at a point known
as Stees's ranch, situated in Big Bug
creek and at a distance of approxi
mately 21 miles from the Providence
i. . .a aa. n
scnooinouse. -iiinwi iu nig nug
creek: thence south one mile to a
monument of stoues on the top of
what is known as the Black Mesa;
thence west 2 miles to a monument of
stones on the same Black Mesa;
thence north 2 miles to a monument
of stones on the mountain on the di
vide between Lynx creek and Big
Bag creek; thence east 2 miles to a i
monument of stones on the mountain ;
at the head of Eugene gulch; thence
south 1 mile to the place of begin
ning. Said district to be known as dis
trict No. 12.
We further declare that, collect
ively, we are the parents or guardi
ans of at least ten children of school
age residing at a greater distance
j than two . miles from auy district
school house, and we hereby certify
j that the list of names of persons of
sell, ml age, which is attached to and
made part of this petition, is a correct
list of all such tiersons residing in
A M Ingram.
Mrs E Bar-iicv.
E L Cone,
Mrs WD Bridges.
Mrs L J Ardrey,
Mrs N N Cook
Names of iiersous
giving age of each
Coruelia, Ingram. 7; Mav Barney, 7:
Clarence McGuiggan. 9; Willie Cone, i
It: Orville Duncan, i; M L mberto.
Id: Genrose Martinetti, 7; James
Carwile, 17; Arthur Carwile, 15; Line
Yaglio, 10; Wade Vincent. 14; Sam
Vincent. 11; Alice Dandrea, 6; Louis
Dandrea, 11: Constiue Martinetti, 12;
George Bridges, 9; Meri Yaglio, 10;
August Yaglio. 9; Stir Yaglio, 6;
Money L Schweriu. 14; Myrtle L
Schweriu, 12: Cecil H Cook, t5.
The forgoing petition to establish
a school district at Poland is hereby
; approved. J. B. Jolly,
County School Supt.
Upon the alxive recommendation,
i the alxive petition was on motion
i granted and said school district es
; tablished, the same to lie known as
j district No. 12.
On motion Board adj.mrned.
j Attest: J. R. Beatsou.
J. H. Robinson, Chairman.
In sjieaking of the death of Ad
miral Sampson, Admiral Schley
whose friends have lon contended
that the honor officially liestowed
' upon Sampson belniised to him. said:
! ''No one ever heard me say au unkind ,
i word of Admiral Sampson. I rep-ret !
his death very much, and sympathize
sincerely with his liercaved family.";
Mrs. Frederick Werle, sridow of a
j former well-known Allegheny, Fa.,
druggist, will leave for Ivirope soon, '
taking with her the ash:-s of her hu- :
'Stand, which, according to the terms i
of his will, must be eMred to the
winds in mid-ocean. Werle 'lied1
Man-h 24th. He n tied many linMJ
stores in Ptttsfewr.r and Allegheny.
He had a horror of b-i;,-: I'-ui-'l . a I
in-avc. Mrs. Werle - ill Ik- acmes
poind bv her son. lakes
European trip for theexpo -
of carrying out her aMMau -
This signature is on every box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quininc T.bieu
'A remedy that carve enM In one ftay
Louis Miller's Sentence Commuted
Governor Murphy has commuted j
of the sentence of Louts C. Miller from !
life to twenty years. Miller was one i
of the parties connected with the jail j
break May 9. 1897, in which Train j
Robber Parker killed Lee Xorris. In J
his application for a commutation,
says the Republican, he in supported !
by the superintendent of the prison,
mo believes that a sentehce of twen- 1
ty years will meet the ends Of jus- j
tice. The (rovernor has gone into the ;
! case very fully and he believes that
at the end of the time to which the
sentence has been commuted. Miller
will have been sufficiently punished,
since there are grave reasons to doubt
whether he ever intended to aid in
1 the killing of Norris. Miller was
J19 M3 wnen nviciea.
The Republican's reference in the
above as to the grave doubt whether
he ever intended to aid in the killing
ol Xorris, is about as senseless and ;
flimsy a pretense as ever was ad-1
vanced in connection with an exer-1
cise of clemency. Of course Parker
himself, who was hanged for the
murder, had no idea of killing Xorris.
They simply went to the jailor's
room, armed themselves with the best
weapons they could find for the pur-
pose of shooting anv one who might j
interfere with their flight. Xorris,
Bearing the cries of Jailor Meador,
started to investigate its cause, and
in this way it so happened that he
became their victim.
A Chicago telegram of recent ditte
says: "United States District At
torney Bethea lias arrived here from
Washington and stated that th bill
against the alleged beef trust would
be filed soon. The attorney general
had approved it, making only a few
slight changes, which would not ma
terially affect it. The instrument will
allege that sis big packing houses in
Chicago have combined to raise the
prices of moat unlawfully and to
manipulate the markets. It will also
state that, with the aid of the trans
portation companies, the combine whs
! enabled to squeeze the market at will,
! nn - nr th bill mr h con
strued to the effect of confiscation of
all the meat shipped by the trust."
The federation of Women's clubs
has elected the following officers:
President, Mrs. Dimies T. S. Deni
son, of Xew York! first rice-president.
Mrs. Robert J. Burdette. of Cali
fornia; second vice-president. Mrs.
Emma Fox. of Michigan: recording
secretary, Mrs. T. W. Coad, of South
Dakota: corresponding secretary. Miss
Tina; treasurer, Mrs.
! TS Jan HiUflphrey
Jane Hunfphrey. of Kansas
Mrs- VTQia William".
Lrdia Williams, of Pennsvl-
vania; Mrs. Samuel Hayes, of Idaho: i
Mrs. William Ellicott, of Maryland:1
Mrs. W. W. Boyd, of Missouri, and
Mrs. W. A. Nelden. of Utah.
The chief justice of the United
States supreme court has rendered
opinions in two test cases affecting
the transit of Chinaman throughout
the United States to other countries,
sustaining the governmental authori
ties in having them detained at San
Francisco. There are said to be)
forty or fifty Chinamen who have
bnsa thus detained at San Francisco
in the past four or five months, and
who have been very restless under
the restraint. The result of the de
cision will lie their deportation to
Word has just been received that
the town of St. Pierre, Martinique,
has been totally destroyed by vol-
... I . . , y ,
came disturbances in ;ne lsianas.
all the inhabitants in St.
Pierre are said to have been killed.
The Roddam also reports that all
shipping iu the port has also been
destroyed. The Quebec Steamship
company's steamer Roraima is men
tioned as lost with all on board. Th
Roddam was almost completely
wrecked. Her captain was seriously
ind seventeen of her crew are
Grand Canyon Excursion.
Date of sale each Tuesday.
Limit 60 days. Rate f 1 1 .40.
Knights of Pythias Grand Lodge.
Williams, Ariz.. June 11-14, 1002.
Dates of sale, June 9 and 10; return
limit, June 18th; rate, $4.95 round
trip; continuous passage in each di
rection. P. E. How, city passenger
Effective Sunday, May 11th: P. &
E. train No. 22 will be due to leave
Prescott at 8 a. m., instead of 8:30 a.
m. P. & E. train No. 21 will arrive
at Prescott at 3: 55 p. m.. instead of
2:05 p. m. P. E. Howe, C. P. A.
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
urday during the months of May.
June, July and August round trip
tickets will be sold to California
points at the following rates: To
Los Angeles, Redlands, San Diego or
Coronado. J25.95; San Francisco.
J45.95. Return limit November 30.
1902. Stop overs allowed at any
point west of Barstow. P. E. Howe,
citv passenger agent.
MINE WARNING NOTICES!
The undersigned, owner of Profusion
mining claims, situated in Blue Tank min
ing district, having bonded the same will not
be responsible for any debts contracted
against said property during the time of said
bond. John Ellis.
Oct. 18. lflul. 11-1-01
BIG BUG SMELTER.
Notice is hereby given that the Arizona
Eastern A Montana Smelting Ore Purchas
ing and Development. Company has leased
the Boggs mines, smelter and pipe line, and
that the undersigned will in no way be re;
eponsible for debts contracted in operating
COMMERCIAL MINING CO..
J. S. Douglas, Agent.
Notici- I - hereby given that the Homestead
mine, located in the Walker mining district,
is now bei .g worked under a bond, and that
the under- rned. owner of said mine, will
not be rcsonsible for any labor, accident or
debts of th- same which may accrue during
the period of said bond.
Prescott, Arizona, Jan. 8. 1900.
Notice is hereby given that the Silver Belt
nim . located in the Agua Fria Mining Dis
TK t. is now being worked undef bond and
lease, and the owners of said property nor
the proerty itself, will not be responsible
for any debts contracted against said prop
erty during the time of said bond.
MRS. F. A. BASHFORD.
Prescott. Arizona. May -J2, 1901.
N!:HT HAWK. Et Al.
'I'll,- i;mk rsiencd. owner of Ute Night
Hank. Vlnt Hank, and Scottish Chief min
tug etsAsssvaad Night Hawk mill site, situnt
stTta I 'ine Grov,. district. Yavapai county.
Arizona, tinting bonded the same, will not
! reiiiis:li:r lor any debts contracted
id property during the time of said
I AMES MARSHALL,
.ma. Feb. 1. inOO.
ON ! A K H 1 (iROfl'OF MIXES.
Kotibc isheri by iriven that the undersigned
i,r- the SSSSjen nf tlie Ontario group of
. Mimes, i.n-jiieo oiaca nius mining ais
' ' iricl A will not be responsible for
,ii o b -oiitnu-ted fin- labor or otherwise
liBUaSI said mining claim by parties work
ing thi said Ontario groap.
W. . Munds A Co.
1'rcscott. Arizona. April 1. 1901.
B4t CouRta Syrup.
H Crokm for the King of Tashion
Made smooth and rough, m all desirable colon and rarying widths of
Turned oer, bound, or raw edges.
Made only by HENRY H. ROELOFS fir CO..
Brown and 12th Stj.. Philadelphia. U.S. A.
Tot mf 1. j a 1 trading Retail Hatlen.
M. Goldwater & Bros.
Special Sale Summer Furnishings!
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED
Rugs and Art Squares,
Lace Curtains, Brass Rods,
You Are Welcome
Whether You Come to Buy or Look
A GOOD LINE OF HAMMOCKS
A FULL LINE OF FURNITURE
The Best is the Cheapest and Ours are
THE ICE MAN
Will soon be abroad in the land and will be getting
in his deadly work.
Buy a Gurney Refrigerator,
They Are Ice Savers.
.Are made of kiln dried hardwood, golden oak
finish, best brass trimmings, metallic shelves,
no inside wood exposed, full zinc lined, soldered
perfectly air and water tight and equipped with
Gurney Patent Removable
Galvanized Ice Compartment
The Gurney reaches a lower arerage temperature than anj other Refrig-
k. r.-.,T, ..f it fiw.-ir.-olntion.
reii.-h the lowest temDeraturt- tnwiiible
one-sixth of the time required under the
If in using the ice pick a hole in made in the galvanized ice eomprtmnt
no damage is done, as the walls are pnrpoeely perforated for admission of sir
to the la, and any water that runs through passes to the drip pan and eacaper.
A refrigerator constructed under the Gurney system has an advantag
over all others in the matter of SSMBSSBBJ of ice. The reason of this is otmoos.
The iiumey is made in the best possible manner, packed with mineral wool,
and the ice is not permitted to touch and refrigerate the side walls of the Re
frigerator, but refrigerates instead the air that surrounds the ice compartment
on all sides, leaving flic ice dry.
The Best is the Cheapest Because
TViev last longer. A t?ood
J C" O w
time while a poor one is soon foul and unfit for use.
They waste less ice. The economy in the cost of ice
will soon pay for a refrigerator. The waste of a poor one
will often amount to many times its first cost.
They save the ice so you have a piece for table use. You
don't want to buy ice for a soft water supply.
Call and examine our stock and you will be convinced
that you cannot afford to use any other refrigerator.
LEAD IN THE DAYLIGHT!!! WE SELL THE!!!!!
We also have a full line of supplies. Mail orders promptly filled
ARIZONA'S LEADING JEWELERS.
SAM LEE'S raSTAlNT.
Cor. Montezuma and Goodwin Streets.
First-Class Heal 25c And Upwards
We Serve all the Delacicies the Harket Afford
at All Hours, Day and Night.
SM genuine without our tsnB awt
A test will nrore that the Uurney will
to be attained
in from one-quarter to
refrigerator will last