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ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNALMlNER.
Established, March 9, 1864. The Pioneer Paper of Arizona.
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER JO, 1 902.
Thirty-Ninth Year. Single Copies, Five Cents.
Dr. FRANK W. SAWYER,
Physician and Surgeon,
Office Union Block, north side of Plata.
Hours 9 to 11 a. m. ; 2 tot and 7 to 8 p. in .
W. H. MERRITT,
Civil and "lining Engineer,
l . S Dcfmty .lineral Surveyor for Arizona.
Surveys of land for patent, and surveys of
mine workings a specialty.
OFFICE East side of Plaza, next door
to Sunset Telephone Company.
T. C. Job. E. S. Olark.
JOB & CLARK,
Attorney s -at - La w.
Bank Building Preseott, Arizona.
J. D. WAKELY,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Mining Law, Conveyancing. Office work of
all kinds. Collections. Practices in a. I
Courts. Notary Public.
Room S Lawler Block, Preseott, A T
A. B. HAOER
Civil ard Miuinjr Engineer.
U. S. Deputy Itinera! Survtyor for
of claims to.- patent, and turvev of
mine workings a specialty.
Office MM 7 Preseott National Bank Bid.
Telephone, ( Independent 149.
ttcrne -at-Law rescott, Arizona
OBce Id the Otis building. East side of plaxa.
R. E HORRISON.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Offices, rooms 3S, 39, 46, Bank of Anions build
ing, Gurley St.. Prereott. Arisoua.
J. H. COLLINS,
Attorneys and Counselors -at - La v. .
Prompt attention given to business of a!i
kinds. Will practice in all courts Office iu
the Head block, over the p,toffice. Present!.
M. A. I. M. E.
riiningand Mechanical Entitled.
Alines examined and reported mi. hstimate
given on Milling and Reduction woiks.
fost Office box 2t - Preseott. Arizona
J. B. (i IK AND,
Member of Western Society Engineers.
Civii and "lining Engineer,
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor,
Office in Preseott National Bank Building,
Aztlaa Lodge No. 1. F. & A. M.
Regular meetings of this lodge at Masouir
Ball, 8 p. m. on the last Fridav of earfc
month. Sojourning brethern are fraternal!
invited to attend.
A.D. BARNHART, W. M.
Morris Gold water, Secretarv.
Examining Committee, R. N. IkMaviekl
A. A. Johns. Morris Goldwater.
hanhoe Commander v N'a. 1 k. T.
Stated conclave first FYidav of each month
Pilgrim Sir Knights cordially invited.
P.'A. JOHNS, E E
R. N. Fredericks. Recorder.
GOLDEN KrfcE CHAPTER No. I, rneeU in
Maaontc Rail on the first Thursday in eseh
MRS. JENNIE SMITH. Worthy Matron
HARIRET D. OLIVER. Secretary.
Preseott Lodge No. 1, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Regular meeting of thi lodge everv Monuay
at 8 p m at K of P nnll. Sojourning Knights iu I
goo'lanaing are cordially invited to attend
E. C. AVERYT. C . C .
W. J .CRAFT, K
Of R. and S.
Preseott Chapter No. I R. L M.
Stated communications trie inl riturdays of
earn month at 7 o'clock p. m. Visiting com
panions cordially invited to attend.
A.D. BARNHART, H P.
Morris Goldwater. Secretary.
Examining Committee Morris (ioldwater,
R. N. Fredericks. A. A. Johns.
IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN.
ZCM TRIBE No.fi. Preseott. Anrona. Kee
ular councils of this tribe at Masonic Hall on I
the Third Sleep of Each Seven Suns, Tth i:un,
80th Breath. Visiting Chiefs in g.od suudrnp
fraternally invited to attend .
GEO. BfRCH, facliem.
T. L. HARRIS, Chief of tiecords.
b. p. o. aks.
Prewott Lo-lpe So. 330, meets fiil anrt ibiid
Wedi.tT.tkve of aach month. Visiting biathaa
are crrdiahv invited io attenil
J P. DILLON, E. R
4.J HERMWN, Secretary.
Arizoca Lodge No. 1. L 0. 0. F.
K.-ri:.fc- ra-tl1ng of Ihit UkIpv -?v.ry i-dne-dy
I'Teciag tt O'JO FcJow hu'' -:"jot;rninp
i t i " t r1: . of the order in stKii.lm ir vr-
diallr united t- attend.
I. V. BURNETT. N. G.
F. E. WALKER. BK?J.
I'rwf i !-o,1k- o 1C3. meciv ,-verv Thuiday '
nipht a i a p m . in Odd F Umit ImIL Visiting
mt-mbe a g standi - $ at -miy nji;el to
attend. C1TAS. H. McLAKE. Chueeilor. i
D. KIKH1.. Fi. tmtket aad B umitr
Cbn Cure. 25c
He idache Cure, 2.V
Toothache Cure. 25c
We Can be Found at Motel Burke
Dr. RALPH J. ROPER.
Rooms 3 and 4. Telephone 25 1
Reliable : Assays!
Golrt and SllTtr. 75
Gold, stiver. Copper Mi
1 Sam pie? by maii receive prOBllM atteauoa
gpiifa alid Silver refined and boeteht.
OQDEN Assay Company
.IW; street. KESVKR. COLO.
E. E. PA RI JNGAME & Co
AQA V l -Ef'T MD chsmjgal
ADJAl t;. riv-C LABORATORY
buiiiivli'"! in i iil'iradn. lnBfi. Sami
sa by miiii
orexprear re.lve prompt and carefu
K-iii . va, ... uii:., i;r i
wrv 4UHI Wf IFUIllVU
a i l. t,,r Tiirmn
li01tjair Cur IamjA ,'lf
(-1 17M Lawrence Street. UKNVKK. COL
IV tvon V
them all rapidly, easily, coarse or fine,
pieces, without mashing, squeezing,
C- F. Riblet,
Walter Ci. Reese,
Sec. and Treas.
nines. ; 258 I Loans
Riblet, Reese & McLallen Co.
Prescott's Leading Real Estate
and Investment Company.
OFFICE BANK OF ARIZONA BUIL DING.
We have several Cash Buyers. We aut fifteen ( I5J
to twenty 20 houses and lots iu various parts of the
town to be listed for sale.
Pencils, Tablets, and everything necessary to fit
Out Little Folks for School at Right Prices for Cash.
Stationery, Furnishing Goods
Hats, Caps, Shoes, Etc., Etc.
KELLY i STEPHENS
Mrs. Laura S. Webb,
Vice-President of Vomen's Democratic Clubs of Northern Ohio.
HERE ARE MANY
sickly women be
tween the apes of
45 and 55, but there are
very few invalids over 55
and 60 years of age. The
change of life coming to
a woman near her forty
fourth year, either makes
her an invalid or srives
her a new lease on life. Those who
meet this change in ill health sel
dom live ten years afterward, while
a woman who lays aside the active
duties of womanhood in health sel
dom fails to live on in happiness,
years after she has passed 60. This
is truly a critical time.
Mrs. Laura S. Webb, of Toledo,
Ohio, recognizes the change of life
as a dangerous period and she also
has faith in Wine of Cardui. She
"As I had always been troubled more
or less at the menstrual period, I dreaded
Urt. Laura S. Wet.
THE HOME BAKERY RESTAURANT
sJT15c AND UP
fJF'One Week's Board rod I edging at from $4.00 up.
5outh iMontezu ma Street. Preseott. 'hone 255.
ROS TANAKA. - Proprietor
aiioi miii Maa in
The Finest Brands of
rVt Ml Lineol WlVfCs aXIl
lieaiertn v.' j, LCMffl Sau-lau
NorthSi pe of P'aza,
vrrt 1 it.
PRESCOTT, Al. 'AT'H M .AA.
-'fflaiComplete Stock of Fine WH
1 or Purefcared 1
Dealer in HAti: i Kiev
but Sargent's Gem Food Chopper wi!i
chop raw meat, cooked meat, vege
tables of all kinds, fruit, crackers,
bread, eggs, cheese, nuts, figs and
other foods, and
FIRE and LIFE
the change of life which was
fast approaching. While vis
iting with a friend I noticed
that she was taking your
Wine of Cardui, and she was
ao enthusiastic about it that I
decided to try a bottle. I ex
perienced some relief the first
month, so I kept on taking it
for three months and now I
menstruate with no pain and
I shall take it off and on now
until I have passed the climax. I do not
dread it now, as I am sure that your
Wine of Cardui will be of great benefit
at this time."
Wine of Cardui is the remedy to
re-inforce a woman against the shock
that comes with the change of life.
It re-establishes healthy functions
after years of suffering. In doing
this it- has saved thousands of suf
ferers just in time. Do not wait
until suffering is upon you. Thor
ough preparations should be made
in advance. Begin the Wine of
Cardui treatment today.
A million suffering women
have found relief in
Wine of Cardui.
i iABS kr tlicS?neril Trade,
i maiiaar'i DtaiMnl and Honied Rer.
PRI -COTT, ARIZONA
Tt lephonr I 44 .
v ?n Coriib for the Tr?de
in, Co.' IBM went en IfliCI
Carriage He Was Riding in Run
Down by a Trolley Car Going
at High Rate of Speed.
A Secret Service Agent Riding Be
side President KilScd Instantly
A telegram from Pitt slield, Massa
! chusetts. dated September &, says:
The president of the United States
' escaped a tragic deatli bj only a few
feet in a collision between his car
riage and an electric street car iu this
' city today, while one of his trusted
guards, Secret Service Ages! William
Craig, was instantly killed ami David
J. Pratt of Dalton, who was guiding
i the horses attached to the carriage,
I was most seriously injured.
President Roosevelt himself was
Ixidly shaken up, but received only a
slight facial bruise. Secretary Cor
' telyou, who occupied a seat directly
'opposite the president iu the landau.
J sustained a minor wound in the back
of the head, and Governor Crane,
I who sat beside the president, estri
Icated himself from the wreck practi
Ically without a scratch. The car
' riage was demolished by the imparl
i of the rapidly moving car. and the
: wheel horse on the side nearest the
car was killed outright. The crew
and passengers of the car escaped uv
The president and partv uemdriy
' ing to Lenox, through South Street,
, one of the principal thoroughfares of
i Pittsfield, w hich was lined with
j cheering people, and the catastrophe
happeued in plain view of hundreds,
whose happiness at the event of the
nation's chief was suddenly turned to
The car struck the coach in the
rear, smashing in the back, tipping
I it over and throwing the occupants to
I the ground. The motorola n and the
I conductor were at once arrested and
i broujjht to Pittsfield.
When near the club house the elec
tric car was noticed coming at a ter
rific rate of speed. Secret Service
Agent Craig signaled the motorman
to stop, but he apparently paid no
attention to the signal.
The president retained his usual
composure, although he was very so
licitous for the rest of the party. Af
ter remaining at the scene of the ac
cident for some time the president
continued his journey. In the next
carriage to his was Dr. Lung of the
navv, who attended to him.
The Coconino Sun reports that the
i final pajUMul of the purchase price,
S35.000, on the Last Chance mine
was made on Monday. The mine is
located in the Graud canyon and the
I owners were K. H. Cameron, P. D.
Berry, E. L Gale. X. J. Cameron and
Annie M. Cameron. The purchasers
were the Canyon Copper companv.of !
I which John H. 1'age is manager.
The property is a valuable one, and a
' great deal of development work has
lii.oti IritiA "ii , , . 1 1 . ; i ( . t .!.! . , r . i
shipped by the company. The prop
erty will no doul)t prove a rich in
vestment for the new owners.
A Redding. Cal.. telegram says:
Senator V. A. Clark of Montana is
said to be at the head of a syndicate
that has purchased the McVey cop
! per property, situated on Joe creek in
! the Siskivoii mountains. The price
i given out is ?300.000. The claims
are declared to have shown up re
markably rich iu sulphide ore. While
the property is in Siskiyou couuty.
i the nutlet of the mountains is bv way
i of Jackson and Josephine counties in
Oiegoti. The opening and develop
; uient oi the property will mcau much
for Southern rej'.m.
On the setl lenient of the suits
gaiatal the White Hills mines de
pends the fatuie d that gnat piop
ert . Bo far suits aiUtlMiatUUI sever
al hundred thousands dollars have,
been tiled and ihe eatwe property is j
under attachment. The principal j
share!. ol !t in the company will i
probablv settle the outstanding in-ileliterbie-s
and take over the prop-1
erties. when a deep prospecting shaft
will le sunk to develop the most j
promising mines of the group. The
geological conditions pieraitias; in
the White Hiils eajBp WOO id lead to!
the lielief that a deep wi.rkitig shaft !
mold open up great ore b ilies. The
surface pound u rent ajwl broken I
do I in in;s uroaea gioumi great
bodies of ihe richest of silver gold
ore is Found, a the shaft of the
Grand Qeatnl i
into. With the
B solid formal ion I
ul eras not broken j
.....! , ..f
scm:i-ii:c'ii oi uu-
pnuding sttits and the pe Being of the j
mines Into new hands or the reornn- :
nation of Ihe compear the mines are
assured of new life Mohavt
E. S. Osborn 1 i i i week
; Preseott and Settled up the sale of a
bi' vrrottp of copper mines in the Bill
i Williams Fork country to A. B. Blan-
; chard. The price for which the
mines passed is not known, but we
beliete it to have lieeu quite lartre.
After returning to Kinsman Mi. Os
bota txk his deptirture for the east
Wednesday evening and will be fioue
i a month or more. Mohave Miner.
Ben Blanchard. who is operating a
mining properly near Mayer, has
about completed arrangements to
erect a ten-stamp and a cyauide plant
with fifty tons ilaily cap:i" ity on the
pnjperty. The mines are said to be
looking in line condition, there befeg
a gocsl showing of ore.
Henry Lovia this week purchased
Of K. Mm
banford his interest iu ih
It is understood that work
anted on at the pcop-
of men. The mine is I
the west extension of the C. O. D.
mine aud carries very rich ore.--Mo-have
J. S. Hurste and W. K. Van Slyke
of Nogales spent a few days in the
city this week on business connected
with their several minim; properties.
They are both connected with the t
1 iiiiutama .tlmin;r and .Milling c mi- 1
; panj, ;t new corporation whicl
j"sl been organin t to work a
ertj adjoining that of the S
h has .
joining that of the Sonora!
Mining and Milling company, Con .
( fKeefe property, air. Hurst is gen-1
eral mauatrer ol the m c on pit 11 v
J" z : r lh -f
, for developmei.t Work and a largi
men is now
Mi . Durst
inlo ed at the 1
savs that thei
smelter at O'Keefe's property has re
sumed, the water problem having
been remedied, that company now
has a storage in a box canyon two
miles long, it will hold a year's water
supply. The Buena Vista Mining
company which is working a prop
erty near Patagonia, has just secured
control of a mine in Mexico, and also
the property of the Pena Blanca
Mining company. The erection of a
custom smelter at the mine at Pata
gonia is contemplated. The Buena
Vista mine has not been developed
enough to supply such smelter. Mr.
Hurst says that mining in Sonora is
exceptionally active at this time, and
that eastern capitalists are coming in
every day to look at different prop
erties. He believes that in the near
future it will prove to be one of the
greatest copper and silver districts in
the world. Jerome Reporter.
The Consolidated Mines company
have nearly completed its big hoist
ing and pumping plant situated on
Contention hill south of town. They
have erected a large steel gallows
over the shaft to take the place of
the old wooden one now in use, and
have the sheave wheels, over which
will run the large flat cables, all in
place ready for the cables. The
enormous four compartment shaft is
on quite a large scale, being the
largest ever sunk iu the west. A peep
into the boiler room reveals the four
monster ixiilers, each capable of de
veloping 500 horse power, all in place
and ready to be fired up. Connect
ing steam pipes are leing connected
up with the two Corliss engines
which will operate the im men-e
hoisting apparatus. I he company
has a large force of men at work iu
the engine room putting in the re
maining portions of the machinery,
which they expect to have in place
and in running order iu a very short
time. Attention was also called to
the two large centrifugal pumps that
are all ready to be lowered into the
mine as soon as the stations, which
are being cut, are ready to receive
them. Master Mechanic Trelace has
mapped out a section of the shaft
house in which will be installed the
compressed air plant, that will fur
nish power and air wherever needed.
The water pipe line will also soon be
laid as rapidly as possible, the pipe
for which is arriving daily. Meau
while work is fast progressing on the
levels, opening up the old drifts and
making air connections, etc., all
preparatory for the extensive work
outlined by the company.- Pros
pector. MUCH OPIUM AND LYNCHERS.
Murderer Saved From a Mob in a Race
Dies of the Drug.
Crazed with drink, Dr. O. A. Mil
ler of Rockbridge 111., terminated a
week's debauch by shooting his wife,
killing her instantly, and then end
ing his own life by drinking a'.'iiost
half a pint of opium.
The shots were heard by a number
of the neighbors. Marshal John
Wooldridge entered the house as the
doctor took the opium, arrested him
and started with his prisoner in a
carriage for the county jail fourteen
Woolridge lauded Miller at the
Wj in an unconscious conditioa
i t1P stl raw lause of fear
r. : o: . . .
of the mob. Dr. Cooch worked for
twenty minutes over Miller but could
not save him.
DECISION AGAINST GREENE
Costello Wins His Suit in the Cobre
Grande Case at Buffalo.
Buffalo, X. Y., Jept. 9. (Special to
Journal. Miner.) Costello's suit in
the far famed Cobre Grande litiga
tion was up yesterday before the
courts here. The Greene Consoli- i
dated lawyers were here in full force
From Xew York and made a bitter
fik'iit for Greene. They no home to
day defeated as the judge has de
cided the case in Costello's favor.
A HORRIBLE ACCIDENT.
Miner Has Both Hands Blown
and His Companion Has an Eye
Aii accident occurred on Sunday
afternoon at the Irou Qaeeu mine on
Bi litiir. which may result iu the
death of a miner namctl Billy Moore.
.Mi ore aud another miuer named
Phil A usual tne were enframed iu
faUing oat a hole
in which a shot
h;:i failed to explode, when it went
off with disastrous results. IJolh of
Moore's hawls were blown off besides
being injured otherwise, aud Augus-1
I , t 1 A ,ri
une nan one eve mown out. j tie
wounded men were taken to the Mc
Cabe hospital where thev are bein::
cared lor, tint a telephone message
received at this office today stated
that it was fuared that Moore's in
juries will prove fatal.
The following is a list of letters re
maining in the Preseott rxst office for
the week endiug Sept. 8. 11K12:
Alien. Nellie B
Baldwin, C D
Blakenev. C E
Barriuton, S A
Barry, Wm E
Kearuey, John A
Lamb, Bene Mrs
Lang, Boca Mrs
Monroe. B and II
Monroe, Win L
Morse, K P
RentriL, W B
Bennett. Geo B
Brown. J A Mi
Boat wick, Dan
Cbhne, V T Miss
Clin.-. S B
Dudley. Lillian B Stensou. Bert Mrs
Be tee, Nannie
Kli north, E E
Pot bee, Frank
(iray. A S
Huiuoon, John ( '
Bates bmi, E
Wilson, J C Mrs
Waters, Louis P
Wilson, Chas E
Young. E A M is
Younger, Wm B
Acosia, Totnasa Floria, F
aguUar, Luis Ixirta, Estanistado
Bacalaata Pallancs, Joe
Griseldo, Sierras KodltejMB, Emit
Qallardo, Bodrigo Baas Bias
Parties calling for above letters
will please say advertised.
A. L. Smith, Postmaster.
Republicans Hold a Mass Meeting
as an Initiative of the Coming
Candidates Named for Delegates
to Be Voted for at Tomor
In spite of the fact that the night
was dark, somewhat stormy and "the
walking not very good," there was a
good attendance at last night's re
publican mass mating. The delib
erations were not long, but were en
tered into with a spirit of enthusi
asm. The feeling among republicans
generally, a- .: as MMMg a very
good percent.;,-!, ol democrats, is that
count v aff.iii i h i bera
, . .
on sucu lines that a chansre is ueetletl
ail H the " ' nauiliBiMa an
i . i ; i t:
eijll.ll iu HIT- I'nniiiu i , , iiuilllljilliuu
a straight clean ticket of representa
tive citizens and tax payers that a
change can be effected Novemlier 4
at the poll.
Lust night's meetini,' was organized
by the election of J. E. Morrison as
chairman and F. A. Tritle, jr.. as
secretary. The following were named
as candidates to Is- voted for as dele
gates from Preseott precinct: J. B.
Tomlinson, E. H. Meek. John Ross,
J. C. Maxwell. .1. E. Morrison, J. C. "
Forest, Wm. lVWitt. (1. A. Bray, L. : The Keynotes now sounding indi
D. Phillips. F. A. Tritle. jr . T. C. ( cate some livuly campaign music for
Job. treo. w . Mnes, J. . UUMB, A.
Officers of eleetioo appointed were
F. A. Tritle, jr.. G. S. White. Wm.
DeWitt, J. E. Morrison, judges; Ed
inspector: L. F. Knapp.
NEWS, NOTES AND COMMENTS.
Another erupti !i il Mount Pciee
occurred September H and 2000 peo
ple killed. Large numbers of people
are leaving the inland now.
A Mt. Carmel, Pa., telegram says:
Because her son was a non-union
workman, pall liearers at the funeral
of Mrs. liartiQa Wortulas of this
i place refused to Ijear her body to the
grave this ultcruo-in.
pall beam were all union men, and
when they were told that the woman
had a son now working at one of the
collieries they refused to act. The
funeral was delayed for some time
until four otlvr pall bearers were
. Gra,Hl Dukr B.ns' R,',ss,a' who
is visiting in Hie I tuteil Mates, was
entertained by the president at
luncheon on Thursday.
The coal strike in West Virginia
is practically at an end. At a mass
meeting of the miners from all the
coal fields along the Xorfolk and
Western railroad it was almost unani
mously agreed to end the strike, pro
vided the operators would take bick
all the old miners, and they have sig
nified their intention of doing this.
The miners agreetl to return to work
next Mondav It. is reported that
President John Mitchell of the
United Mine Workers advised the
strikers to return to work. He real
ized that winter was near at hand,
and that the miuers iu this held
could not hold out much longer, as
almost every oue is dependent upon
the union for food and clothing. It
is thought the strikers of the Xew
River and Kanawha Beads will soou
follow this action.
At a meeting cf the Peoples' Alli
ance at Hazeltrii. I a . a committee
was appointed to draw up a plan for
terminating the s'vik". and reported
faTOT of a special
session of ih. -tate legislature to en-
act the foil. ) i:i legislation: "Com- j
pulsory atbitr ti in; that the present .
legislation be revised so that the
.1. .,..... I. ..i-.. , . , , ..r f ,i-
state may hate more power over tor -
eij;ii corporations doing business ;
I within its borders; the passage of a !
llaw making it illegal lor any person
I J I aaaaaa . . f ...... I . . . ..... I ..... I I
j uiiuri . e...s.,1 . .o .
more in. in eigui noun per iav, aiiui.
; that these art eieaof the state eon- s'lve''-
atttatioa which relate to the control , .
........ , I .. i i r 1 1 i - I 1 1 .. r n i ' : 1
vested in tne irinninrn rnrr naer - j
ters of enrporatious aud wivinsr the authorized to aunounce the candi
legislature power to annul, revoke or dacv of Will A. Cooper for detente
i alter these charters if t he public in-
terests are eodaaaeted bv th-viola-
t , l .T. ... " ,i ( .,,i.;j I
ii''ii .. t.tiii-'Lii in ivii. tais'i i 'uiiu1
dicg common Barriers from Ik ing in
t crested iu the products ot anv IB
dustrv l! made effective.'
Seventy persons v.. re drowned in (joor jt Would seem that the gen
Delaoa Ba v during the storm which j k not kni)W hU own
swept over Port blizaiietn Ine-c.ii v.
Among the wrecked vessels is the
British ship Inchcape Kock, Capt.
Fenrusaon, wiiich arri ve I at Deiari a
Aiit'iist L', from Portland. Ore-
Igou. rtirt 01 tier crew was saved.
The democrats ctirrieti Arkansas at
; Tuesdaj 's election.
(ieo. Duraud. democratic nondaee
I for governor of Michigan, has been
I stricken with paralysis and it is
' thought will die.
Three lemonades aud a bag of pea
I nuts purloined by Policeman Wtlsou
j at Exposition bane ball park stand.
Pittsburg, resulted in his downfall.
; Wilson was knocked senseless by a
j 15-year-old lioy, end after recovering
I his captain suspended him from
duty. Wilson was assigned to the
park rllll Iajg the frame-. Early in the
afternoon he went to the refreshment
stand conducted by John Harris anil
I helped himself to lemonade without"
permission, oung Harris, a hrotlier
of the propiittor, remonstrated, and
only got a sarcastic unite After the
theft of a bag of peanuts Harris ran
Hand from the counter aud de
manded thcirreturii. Wilson chuckled
antl the boy drove the big copper
right on the point of the jaw. He
dropped like S log and was itisensible
five minutes. He was seat home iu a
A Boxer proclamation has been
posted at Canton, iucitiug the
slaughter of foreigners. It is as
eribed to the commencement of work
on the Canton-Hankow railroad ami
to the collection oi funds for pay
ment of the foreign indemnity.
Giles W. Jackson, a negro, of Bir
minghatn, Alabama, filed application
iu the circuit court of the I'tnted
States for an in junction against the
new state constitution of Alaliama.
The petition prays the state registers
be enjoined from further refusing to
put the names of himself antl other
qualilied negro voters on the regis
Frederick Marriott, publisher of
the San Francisco News Letter, was
hot Wednesday night bv Truxton
neaieauu i.zi. Williams, ne in
probablv recover from the effects of
his wounds. Williams said: -We
undoubtedly committed the assault
on Marriott. We feel entirely justi
r i i t- 1 1 vi-:ii: r r .:n i
fied as he attacked in his paper the
character of an estimable young lady
without any reason or cause. An ar
ticle appeared last Saturday in the
News Letter. It did not mention' the
lady's name, but indicated clearly at
whom it was aimed. It told of her
playing tag in a tight gown at Mount
Tamalpais with a party of her
friends. Neither inau would say who
did the shooting and each seemed
perfectly willing to shoulder the
Murray Guggenheim of the smelt
27 bought in Paris the
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cwwi.rt i ... , i ,
1 1 r nt i,i iiir ii, -l iv in ix
l -7iv.i, um a .ir. uukl'i -uueiui
? I I ,
income is-?i.iaai..ss yeany. ne miiiKS
the pres-Ht not too extravagant. As
the'p-r! have to be picked up
wherever thev can Ik b.ugbt, the
yhs. c.m.t Ive delivered for s,v
,.,.,, i, .iu .k, K
order has been placed
will be no superior necklace
A ahelbyville, Ky., telegram says:
Fisher Milton, a negro convicted of
vagrancy, was sold into servitude for
twelve months at public auc-
tiou to a ue'ro fanner named David
Murphy. Murphy bid 120 fot the
prisoner and stated that he was not
governed by sentiment in ruakiug the
purchase, but thought he was getting
the worth of his money and intended
to force Milton to wark hard.
; the republicans and an all
1 ,ne program for the dennx-r.its.
Unless you report and believe in
the Hon. W. J. Bryan you cannot be
saver!, so the Commoner savs, and
the Pnmmnner savs. aaj
the Commoner is the
theorists would find
Africa to suit them.
conditions in Atrica to s
All the exports are uatioual products
aud the imports manufactured ar
ticles. ... ....
It is quite rue that the tariff mav
, 1 . , ,
need some surgical attention, but the
wil1 to ik tnat tne cuttin?
is done with
a lancet, not with a
Great Salt Lake is at the lowest
! level since observations of it have
been recorded. In nine rears it has.
! x r . : ujl
: nlaees has narrowed near hi a mile.
A would-be assassin threw a bomb
at an inoffensive capitalist in Syria
a.. . . ..... .1.... ti. . , , .
un uiuci na. xur, wpuum ""
very slightly injured, oue of his poor
laborers was nearly killed and the
would-be assassin has goue to his re
ward. China is about to mint her own
higher coins and has asked our gov
ernment to loan her an assayer and a
superintendent of machinery. At
present Mexican aud other silver
dollars are the current money of the
The army surgeons in the Philip
pines have succeeded iu stamping
out dysentery and adobe itch among
the troops. The first was conquered
bv strict sanitation aud the second bv
thorotiKhlv drying clothes after
, . ... , . ,
washing and ironing them with very
During the y.ar MM the United j
States produced 3.80"),o0 ) ounces of
.j va(. i .,t J7;j 6W 7(X) and 5.5,-
. , ., . J
2 otiuces oi silver vaiueti at
?'. 12,400. Colorado protiucetl more
gold and silver thau any other state.
T s proiucf.d but $600 worth of
, , , i..i... ..... i,. s.:0 worth nf
,M,, Th ih riuttM
announces on the authority of Mr.
Cooper that he will not be a candi
date. As both announcements were
made apparently on authority of Mr.
The Journal-.M iner e;litor has not
time to write a platform for the re-
publican convention as the editor of
its contemporary did for the deaio
cratic convention, but would respect-
costly pearl necklace of modem ? J T IS t i 7 , -nlet Minging (Jo, part West Cham
lasaVesent to Mrs. Guggen-
on the next anniversary of their JlTJt Zi kent Mrs Frank P Devine to j M Criley,
fully suggest to the committee to j tion which mul KU engendered dur
which this Link may Ik- assigned that ing the convention, when upon iuvi-
it is not ue ssarv for them to take a
trip to the Pailipmne islands or Cuba
, , . ,. , . .. .
to obtam m denal for it. A visit to
the cciurt i; case is all that is sufficient
to obtain material for at least one
n!:mk nf thn nJaHrann.
, . 1 . ,
of attempting to regulate the salaries
of territorial officials there are re-
forms iu the way of expenditures
which can lie made right iu this j
county aud which directly affect the
taxpayers which it would be well to
DO RIGHT DO WRITE.
When you write, write right,
-nnth Premier Tvotwriter is
ri.ht. J. H. Bailey, Ak'ent, Preseott,
Arizona. 2-lotf W
Fortune Favors a Texan.
Having distressing pains in head,
back and stomach, and being with
out appetitite, I begin to use Dr.
King's New Life Pills." writes W. P.
Whitehead of Kenuedale. Tex., "and
soon felt like a new man." Infallible
in stomach and liver troubles. Only
25 cents at till dtUC stores.
T ,4 '.
Salt and Medicated
baths with 1
alcohol or oil
sa;e. scalp diseases a
chiropody. Special treatment for
rheumatism. First class imtronage
solicited. Ladies treated at own
homes if desired. Room .'!H, Brink
meyer's hotel, mornings. Tel. 1. 1 ill
AN UNEVENTFUL DAY.
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Tn Democratic Convention Be
coming a Very Tame Affair
No Nomination Yet Made.
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another session last evening and ' ' ...
reached the twenty-seventh ballot for ! John Dl .p deed
sheriff without an v material change. ' Veteran and Bees Nest mines, Has
On the second ballot after convening say am pa dist. 1,000.
Hickev struck high water mark with Gus Maiser et al to John Roberts,
49 votes to his credit, afterwards , p of attv to sell etc Last One. Mam
dropping back to 44. About 11 ! moth. Edison. Widow et al. Eureka
o'clock, at the conclusion of the
I twenty-seventh ballot, the couven -
tion adjourned until this morning at
When the convention opened this
m.ornin? at 9 'clock a adjustment
rt nroTiac w i : i cfQi n tiei i's.rn 1 1 IV I n r
lOUUK Has "
si . , , f .
without anv material cnanire irom
up uuwi iv.oo wuuuui icauii auii
.. . ... . . .
.. - . ..
i U'CtflIlUtT Hill H'l ."a V tUO (lUWlV
r ft . . , 4-,
h.jr an adjourment was taken untd
1 .clock . . , ,
. A proposition, it is said, was made
i . , . u . i . .1 .. .... . . . . . . .
" J"e ui iuc la.nn ini- .ii-ii,
- - L 1.1 4 .,kl.
,uiV u T
inthei, ' Play " scveu-uF or
uniw straws- - uu hiuiusi uv oiu
thinir to decide which oue would
Whether this was done
1 or not is not kuown, but before noon
j the rumor was current on the street
j that one more ballot would decide
! the question, that an agreement had
j been reached whereby Hickey would
be nominated and the long drawn
j out struggle ended. No one seemed
i to know how the agreement had been
J reached, or what its terms were, yet
bets were offered that such would be
If any one really believed in this
rumor he was doomed to disappoint
ment, as on the convening of the
1 convention this afternoon a ballot
was taken with the following result:
Hickey 46, Hobbs 42, Hooker 37,
I Stewart 1.
j At ibe conclusion oi tnis Danoi a
' " .
:idiiinrn sine ilie and let the central
; .(iniiiiiL ice inmic il cull lui nu'Hiiri '
convention to nominate a candidate
for sheriff. To this W. A. Rowe, a
veteran of the party objected, re-
1 marking that the present convention
was endowed with as much wisdom
.. . . . .
as tne luture one COUIU possioiv
, hope to be. 1 ne delegates snowea
their staying qualities by overwhelm-
mgly voting it down.
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Balloting was then resumed and
- - uutil 2.30 when a recess
was taken until 3-30
During this recess another rumor
was started to the effect that Hooker
would withdraw and the contest de-
v 'uiu iiiiuuian (i 11 vi 'Mil, i ii v.
cided on first ballot. Some color of
truth was given to this from the fact
that it was announced in the conven-
tion that an agreement had I teen
it.mi r.-iu-K..,! and tht nnestion
ild settled by a single ballot.
A Sad Disappointment.
Ineffective liver medicine is a dis-
i . . . t i m - i. . .
appointment. Dm you non i want to
purge, strain anil break the glauds
of the stomach and bowels. De-
Witt's Little Early Risers never dis
! appoint. They cleanse the system of
j all poison and putrid matter and do
: it so gently that one enjoys the pleas
i ant effects. They are a tonic to the
liver. Cure billiousness, torpid liver
and prevent fever. W. W. Ross,
Brisley Drug Co.
Hooker Withdraws From Contest
and the Nomination Is Made on
The democratic convention closed
I its V01"? Wednesday evening about
i 1.1 i ma . i-i ; iuc uifuiiiiiiiiuii
M J. Hickey for sheriff. The
' way the nomination came about hn-
W '..l .... I- nf-. , 1 . .. .wimin-iliAn
- ll - nrtHr the Ion.' deadlock, was
,nj"s. Hooker, oue of the triple H
candidates withdrew when the con
vent iou met for the evening session
Thirtv seven ballots had alreadv
- . , .r, . L
! been taken and on the thirty-eighth
tne votp stootl: Hickey, r!9, aud:
I Hobbs. 54. Some distrusted delegate
1 who would not vote for either of the
a. . . - . la.. n M
candidates put his Oallot iu "
: The reader can judge for himself
TDM was uppermost in metieiegate s
mind and what he intended the blank
The convention passatl a resolution
authorizing the central committee to
fill vacancies and also a resolutiou
thanking tht? secretary mi chairman
for their able services during the con
vention. hether the thanks tor the
secretarv included gratitude for his
iutemperate and vindictive speech of H Zweifel to W F Ferguson, deed
Saturday night did not appear in the Oscola. Fraction, Manhattan et al,
wording of the resolution, but it is Turkey Creek dist. ?i.
presumed it was inteuded to cover y f Ferguson to W M McCut
that poiut alsoas that wasoneof the cnt,u Oscola. Fraction. Man
most labored efforts of the secretary hatt m e, Tlirkev t-reek dist. ?75.
. A. Kowe. the "war horse ofi . D , , "., , , D
, ' , ci... r t, k 1 J M Baker ami wife to M A Per-
wciiiociiii liuui ijiair v. it 71,, nic-u
made a speech 111 which he poured
I oil on the troublous waters of democ-
i raev. to calm the waves of liidis'11.1-
tatiou ot tne nominee ror snenn. tne
j convention adjourned to Hickey s
bar i-oom. where democratic inspira-
1 fa ,iquiu foru was ui3pen9ed
j to them.
' Mr. Hickev has a rocky road to
travel yet liefore he is installed in the
othce of sheriff. 111 fact, his experience
. . '.. JJ ,
in securing the nomination, is simply
an omeu of the opposition which he
will have to overcome before he can
warm the sheriff's chair of Yavapai
Mother Gray s Sweet Powders
for Children. Mother Gray, for
i years a nurse iu the I Itildren s Home
iu New York, treated children suc
The 1 cessfully with a remedy, now pre-
pared ami placed 111 the drur stores.
called Mother Gray's Sweet Powders
1)r Children. Thev are harmless as
milk, pleasant to take and never fail.
. certain cure for fercctehneee, eoo
! stipatiou. headache, teething and
. j: 1 1
siomacii niMirum iiuu teiuo
At all druggists, 25c. Don't accept
Roy, N . Y
Sample sent FR EE,
S. Olmstead, ' Le-
Mohavt County Nominations.
The primaries in Mohave county
under the Crawford couuty plan a
.,, ,,f r-M nj . ...i
,,',111 v,i ' - ,,.:, urir jie ' . auu IC-
suited in the following nominations:
facial mas- Council, John R. Whiteside; assem
specially, ' blv, Kcaue St. Charles; recorder, J.
P. reamer; district attorney. H. L.
Ltcason; prootit. jii.ire. .1. a. L,ogan;
sheriff. Hetm Lo in; treasurer. I', s.
Dennis 1 euperrteaca. J S. Koter and
The following is the daily report of
j instruments filed in the couuty re
corder's office, as reported by the
Preseott Title company.
Scpteunlier 2 -Industrial B & L
i Asso to P V Springer and wife, rise
1 jtw Mayer to F A Davis and E N
; Darling, deed Copper Prince and
' Copper Czar mine. Atrua Fria dist.
j, f M & s Co to Copper
; mtg horse, buggy, etc. $38.00.
Henry B Clifford et al incorporate
ar..,t Rlnl,-R..ll v,br c
-" a-v -"1H".ioi, a v.iva X-
( cap ,rtk $b, KMX000
i W tE R''nson to A Randall,
agrmt concerning War Eagle, Eagle
i j : i . . . !
oiru ei ui.
Various parties, four mining loca-
September 3. W W Elliott et al
incorporate Mexieola G C Mining
: Co, cap stk. ?1.000,000.
E W Stephens i Co to M B Hazel-
tine, mtg cattle, etc, in Williamson
M Z Farwell and E W Stephens to
M B Hazeltine, mtg cattle, etc, in
Williamson valley, 57300.
E W Stephens to M Z Farwell, mtg
cattle, etc. in Williamson valley,
D Moynahau to W L Osborn, trus
tee, deed Doctor, Look Out, Erie,
Buffalo et al. Turkey Creek dist,
John Clarke to John Lawler. mtg
land in sec 2S. twp 14 n r 1 w, $717.
C W Teeples locates Homestead
mlne, Turkey Creek dist.
.1 John Lawler to John Clark, rise
. H'' -y"1
A Treadwell Mining Co, lease
mines smelting works, etc, Big Bug
t. nas iravis anu wne to state .viut
! d , . i 4 . .. I . io 1. 1 1 r.-i
o a. l. .isu, uiig u 10, oia. i, r leury
Sept.6. -Sarah H Frazer to L N
Ross, deed part lots 11 and 12, blk a.
Thos Fryer to L X Ross, deed lot E
of Syndicate add, Jerome, $1.
John Agnoll to Alex Ross, deed 1
of Russian and Rose mines, Matinez
Alex Rose- to Byron Smith, deed
7-16 Russian and Rose mine, Mar
tinez dist, $100.
Alex Duff to Geo C Brown, bill of
sale horses, $150.
Wm Baker and R Horsecroft locate
two mines, Thumb Butte dist.
J. L. Cummings and W. F. Drew
and wife to.C D Watte ville, T J
. O'Brien antl J C
-Xodd " "Zona B
Forbes, deed J of
mines. White Pic icho dist; $750.
Herman Ancma to Patsy Boyle,
deed Denver Cit v mine, Weaver dis
Gus Albert hies A of A W on "Sun
Set" mine. Walker dist.
Various parties six mining location
Septembers- A M Timmons and
wife to Wm Miikenon, deed Alladin
mine. Peck oist, :d00.
TJCarrigan. E Morgan et al to
O F Woodward, escrow Willie,
McKiuk v, Fern et al Martinez dist.
Louis La Barre and J H Morrill
locate Rainev Day mine. Thumb
G H Schuerman to J H Garborino,
deed lot j3 blk A pre80ott. $300.
L V Ext G. S A C Mj? Co. to L' V
Ext Mg Co. deed Irou Carbonate,
March aud Conglomerate miue.s
Verde dist, $1. etc.
I" V Ext G. S & C Mg Co to C V
Ext Ming Co, asgnmt int in trust
deed to H M Gibbes and L E
Whicher. $1. etc.
J H Grant. W J Ferris et al to
Phenix Hal lunik, ch mtg cattle.
Roht Finnie aorjrooriates uart of
Wilter Gf Verde river.
T E Jones and F C Collier incor
porate Aztec Copper mines, cap tk
A A Warren aud J L Merwiu in
corporate Founders' Corporation, cap
T D Sauders and wife to O 0
Phippeny. deed uv nwj and wj ue
se. sec l 13 11 6 w aud water. $3,000
kins ami J J Edgar, deed desert laud
entry No ,?. $3,500.
Wm Hay to J M Shaw, deed Para
gon mine, Hass dist. .5K00.
Various parties eight mining loca
1903 Calenoars 1903.
To the merchants of Yavapai coun
ty: The Jourual-Miiier has secured
some samples of calendars for 1903,
ami more will follow soon.
They are strictly up to date in tie
sign and quality, and prices are right.
We c:iu furnish almost any style or
Merchants are requested to patron
ize home industry and reserve their
orders until samples are examined at
this office. tf.
A Parson's Noble Act.
"I waut all the world to know."
writes Rev. C. J. Budlong of Asha
wav. K. I., "what a thoroughly good
aud reliable medicine I found iu
Electric Bitters. They cured me of
jaundice and liver troubles that had
caused me great suffering for many
rears. For a genuine all-around
cure they excel anything I ever saw."
Electric Bitters are the surprise of
all for their wouderful work in liver,
kidney and stomach troubles. Don't
fail to try them. Only 50 cents.
Satisfaction guaranteed by all drug
Stage Line Betwean
Leaves McCalie mine at 7:30 a. m
arrives in Preseott at 10:30 a. m
leaves I'rercott at 2 o'clock p.
rives in Mrl aUe at 6 o clock p
Stag- office O.K. store.
i".TK c LETT. Driv
lelepooae o. I