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For Delegate to Congress,
Of Yavapai County.
J. B. TOMLLXSOX.
FRED A. TRITLE, JR.
H. E. ARMITAGE.
JOHN DENNETT, JR.
For District Attorney.
E. S. CLARK.
C. W. PLAIT.
E. E. KIRKLAND.
Far Probate Judge.
J. W. CONGER.
Superintendent of Schools,
J. N. PIPER.
E. W. BIETZEL.
FOR ALL ARIZONA
The nomination of R. E. Morrison
on the republican ticket for delegate
to congress is the logical outcome of
the political principles he represents.
From a young man who over twenty
years ago first came to Apache county
and commenced the study and prac
tice of the law, he has labored assidu
ously and earnestly at the desk of
his profession until today he is
ranked as among the brightest and
most conscientious lawyers in Ari
zona. He has come to the front on
solely the merits of his ability, his
excellent citizenship and his devotion
to principles that gives his life the
highest moral regard attainable.
None know him better than do those
with whom he is so well known in
Prescott. his home. As well as else
where, is this an indisputable fact.
He has been elected to office in
Yavapai twice as district attorney,
and his pure record in that capacity,
together with an able performance of
the duties incidental thereto, gives
him a deservedly commendable
career to look back to. As the
United States attorney of Arizona,
there is no occasion to say anything
more than what is known of him by
all in that capacity. He was clothed
with exceptional powers of authority,
but in the performance of all duties
there was never an instance where he
persecuted men or wilfully disre
garded the intent of the law at the
securing of justice by stooping to
personal, political or sectional preju
dices. Mr. Morrison is of the gener
ation today that is giving the nation
new blood, and he is an ideal type of
that manhood that makes his candi
dacy again as decidedly pleas
ing for one reason he is fearless and
resolute. We predict his election,
for the fossilized era that has hovered
over Arizona in devotion to played
out principles must give way sooner
or later that the progressiveness of
the day calls for. To elect a man to
represent Arizona at the nation's
capital who on any matter of law to
be enacted affecting the welfare or
good of Arizona under conditions
adverse to the political principles of
belief, has been tried again and again
to the humiliation of the material in
terests of Arizona. In other words we
have had it "rubbed in" on us to such
an extent that Arizona has suffered
socially and financially in conse
quence. Had it not been for the per
sistent efforts of private individuals
in making known the grandeur of the
territory and in giving it a merited
regard in one industrial channel as
well well as another, and which the
general government should have con
sidered officially, Arizona would have
been still further behind in the
march of its progress. The water
storage, the chopping to pieces of
home site lands into reserves, public
buildings for cities that other places
nroudlv today noint t ,rimnhl
farms, a school of mines in northern i
Arizona ana other neeesutes that we
have not, can be secured if the right !
man will for once be sent to make a i
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"hanging fire" in the senate must have
the political consistency of the people class workingiuais ihatalui, i
of Arizona to foster it. Under pres- the record of the last legislature is
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it is hung up. and there is no reason j
whatever to dispute this releiration
of the matter to where it is today as
due to any other reason than that of
political hostility. It is time for
a , . . ,
.irizunans 10 switcn to tue track on
jtli.- main hue that will tfive them the
rigii: .f way iK.lit1Y.1lly in every
jclviunei llMi le ids) to tin zh of the
terriUn from north ha south.
General V. A. Kowe, the s;ure of
Slate Owe I;, still wavers in aeeeptiug
a tail MnH re-tntl on that vacancy
on the le.rNlative maehine made
wa pom. Like the tfuleh he lives in,
perhaps he thiai.s the assembly win";
is io h:ird a formation to ride in.
Lei 'er p tandem, boys.
The republican party platform
gives to labor the riirht to organize,
and in that elause it is rijht and
honorable. lu a national sense the
republican party is dutiful to its
promises, aa.i the preservation of its
industrial life is no cl-.iner or clearer
shown than its policy demonstrates
in the employment of all and the ad
vance rale 01 waf-s that are every- ,
At Elwo(xl. Intl.. surgeons took out
the stomach of Mrs. Susan A.Spauld
iug yesterday for the purpose of re
moving a tumor, and found instead,
clinging to the walls of that organ, a
growth iu which were encysted a
bunch of chewed sugar cane as large
as a marbh'. a ball of chewed thread
the size of bird's egg and a piece of
shoestring seven inches ' long, in
which a knot was tied. She must
have been in attendance at th
democratic convention in Prescott, as tention in the east! The Washing
there was a whole lot of "stuff" ton Post, for example, thinks the
swallowed on that occasion, other dentist has a valid defense On the
than the above. ground that he could get a better
Read the platform, ye miners'
union men and others who toil, and
when you get through with republi
can sentiments, just take a peep at
the democratic one. and then peep
some more at the r--fords of the last
legislature, two t hi rds democratic iu
Dotn house-', an !
shorter hours m
and limb. Tf
vuo it was that
ability to have
i security for life
'i vote, vote right
Don't cry down capital, working
men. It is the osly avenue that is
before you to reach that you are
striving for and Y-ii you secure a
mine what indue a -ut is before you,
orhowinotiv . words can you open
it up Ulluiii jrajsj secure the money of
others. For this reasou the laborer
and the capita!., should work in
harmonv. Agitation that is viciously
directed to divide capital and labor
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hurts the cause of the laborer and
assails the prosperity of the countrv.
It is announced that David Bennett
Hill, the distinguished Xew York ex
governor, ex-senator, etc., is coming
west and that he will pass Ash Fork
next week en route to California. He
should be induced to come to Pres
cott, and how would the silver dollar
boys like to swallow his gold stan
dard logic and g.:lp down his alien
citizenship love. Mr. Hill will speak
in California for democracy's cause.
Hon. A. Cornwall iu this issue of
the Miner anuounces that he will be
an independent democratic candidate
for supervisor and calls upou his
friends for their support. Mr. Corn
wall, it will be remembered, was a
candidate for supervisor at the late
lamented Bill Crawford primaries
and he insists that through the cor
rupt methods employed iu the con
ducting of these primaries he was de
feated by ten votes on the face of
the returns. Mohave Miner. Mr.
Coruwall should not crawfish.
Senator Bard of California is criti
The king of Spain is sane enough
on one question. He want-
American for a wife, one of those :.u
a ioug sack.
Prescott is advanceiug and will
probably have three gas plauts in
running order soon. Porter and
Wright and the democratic party.
It is indeed consoling to sec the
name of Hon. R. E Morrison at the
masthead of the Phenix Gazette.
For many years that paper
flaunted democracy's Ijanuer, but now
it is in line with the right cause.
There seems to be so many di.-in-guished
democrat-: ii: Arizona these
days thai Col. Wilson has not even
been tendered a ratification meeting.
What is the matter with that glitter
ing exponeut of democracy. IV
Young Men's Democratic Club.
Governor Murphy's name was not
mentioned as a candidate lx-fore the
republican convention at Phenix and
a big gang os wiseacres are sat!! v dis
appointed. The governor and his
brother are build iug up Arizona and
linking it together with railroads and
furthering its material advancement
N EARING THE POLE.
Lieutenant Peary did not succeed
in reaching the north )ole, bnt In
approached nearer to it than any of
his predecessors in artic exploration.
He reports having reached the lati
tude 84 degrees 17 minutes. The
highest point previously attained was
83 degrees 241 minutes. That was
by a detachment of the ill-fated
Greely expedition, under Loekwood
In gaining a higher latitude than
any former explorer, and getting
within less than 980 mih-s from i hf
pole, Lieutenant lVaty has acliii-vcd
a measure of fane- stpoa irUch he BM
well afford to rest. Whether the
pole is land, water or ice is still au
open question, but one that is likely
to lie solved Ix-fore the present cen
tury is much older.
The Arizona democrats will In- true
to the platform pledges: thev ixxwe j
ever been true to them. Ojarier
the taxles. will rou Mack li-i iiw
miners again by rein .1,1; to pass an
eight hour bill, and pill ran kill 08
anv more miners l,y refusing to pass
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democratic party is simply a first
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'.t U soun.
Justice Shiras of the supreme
court of the United States was inter
viewed by a representative of the As
sociated Press at Pittsburg a few
! iys ago, and in sjcaking of the coal
'Arbitration is the logical method
I -'-ttliug lalor troubles such as this
"ue which effects the general pros
crity and comfort of a great section
uf the country. The method and en
forcement of this arbitration is a sub
ject for the law-tinkers of the nation;
but arbitration itself is logical.
"There is now one great difficulty
siaudinjr in the way of arbitration
law. Many of the labor unions are
not incorporated. Until they are no
law can be made binding, as no con
tract or agreement could lie enforced
upon them, while the operators, on
the other hand, could be held liable.
'Incorporation of all labor unions
is the primary step towards the pas-
Mge of au arbitration law. The
unions must be responsible for the
carrying' out of an agreement, and
until they are there is little hope for
compulsory arbitration of labor
The Connecticut and Iouisiami,
the two new battleship authorized
by the last naval appropriation bill,
will carry the most powerful guns,
aMWand bv calilier. in the world.
The c tse of the Denver womriB who
sued a dentist for pulling the wrong
tooth is attracting a trood deal of at-
view uf the woman's mouth thau she
could. There might be some extenu
ation for a mistake, also, ou the
ground that the dentist did not pull
J he tanners are trying to form a
j tnwt with headquarters in Chicago
When the trust busts the
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win nave more experience ai
Chicago sharps will have more monev.
All the gambling uaranhenialia f.f
Crinde Creek has" been tinned over
to the sheriff there and gamblers of Supervisors to thoioiighly
nave been taxed with cO!-ts of prose-j investigate this subject, and to eu
cutiou. though not fined. The pro-1 deavor to lower the present exorbitant
fession may now mi to wainl.li.nr ' rate of taxation by the cnnctnient of
wild cat mining stocks uutil the wave
of reform iu the camp passes.
; I RepUbllCaH PlatfOllil.
The republican party of Yavapai
County, Arizona Territory, in conven
tion assembled, reaffirms its faith in
the principles of government which
have made it the dominant influence
11 the mighty progress which is lead
inR the United Slate- to suoremacy
amoug the nations of the world.
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The members of this convention
remind the people of Yavapai County
that it is the republican party which
formulated and maintained that jxili
cy of protection for labor hich has
made the American laborer the most
indeendent of workmen, and the
peer of every citizvn of the United
We heartily endorse the present
national territorial administration in
its brilliant and successful conduct of
public affairs and direct theattentiou
of all voters to the redemption of the
promises made that Cuba should be
constituted a free republic: the uni
versal prosperity which extends from
ocean to oceau and the determined !
stand taken by our president to com
pel, by law, proper regulation of
The republican party today, as
eyer. stands for the best interests of
latorand the candidates for legisla- i
tive positions em the republican ticket
are hereby pledged to work for and
support all proper and reasonable:
legislation looking toward the ma
ferial interests of labor and the enact
ment of territorial laws providing for
; iie rights, personal safety anii well
leing of miners.
All lalxir has the undoubted right
to and it is well that it should or
ganize, to the' end that the relations
lietween the employee anil the em
ployer shall be of the closest mutual
interest. We recall to the memory
of labor that "Government by In
junction " has but once been at
tempted iu Vavapai County and. iu
that instance, by democratic officials
and under a democratic national ad
ministration. We arraign the democratic pai ty at
the liar of the people and point to its
record ou the eigtit hour, the mine in
spector and freight and fare bills iu
the last legislatiwa aaaeably, over
whelmingly democrat ic, each and all
of said propo.-ied measures failing of
passage, through democratic opposi
tion. We charge the exemption from tax
democratic auspices and that every
democratic IcgWature since 1891, has
parsed new tax exemption laws and.
ifreturn.-f to power, thev will "
turn- n to do. 1 ' - -
We have no hesitation in asserting
our determined hostility lo all ZS
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taixir ami we win leartcsslv eniieavor
in all legitimate ways, to protect the
interests of laborers as well as all
other persons iu the communit .
We are, without reservation, iu
favor of the passage of the bill now
pearl lag before tin? L nited States
senate providing for the admission of
Uklahoma. New Mexico and Arizona
aa independent states of the republic.
The principle of protection to !
American industries and American -
ph n'ty and prosperity tKgboul the HICKEY'S SUPERB RAIMENT
land. Seasons of democratic free
trade and tariff tinkering have hv
variably ieeu filled with financial He i Loaded for Any Occasion in
oisHster ana universalv nam limes.
The republican party can safely lie
relied upon to carefully and properly
tlx or etiange larilt taxes.
We arr iinn -served ly opposed to
tbe division of Yavapai county in any
ahape, mmw or Earn or the annex
ing of any pBftioal of this county 10
any other louuly in the territory and
our candidates for the legislative
positions are herein linnlv pledired
10 oppose and vote against an and all .
measures lavotiag such
nasoassnaasuu ui piimic mi, os uy
goverum-utal aid and the means of
securing funds therefore, La la-come !
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'" !r"seni r.-pinuic in congress
lent, flu- democratic county
Il ;tt. Tin to the contrary i.otwith-
We are in favor of the just asanas-
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county at a fair and i:iitable rain-
;,tion. without dicriniinatio... and we
pledge our candidates for supervisors,
if elected, to thi rigid uheumuare of I
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We believe that, instead ..; s.-eing
or rave appr.-l.ri.sion" !
democratic county platforiii B) in ;
Ike situation in the Philippines,
thousands of miles away, all tax
payers of this county have an actual
and substantial "cause for grave ap
prehension" in the present enormous
tax rate under which they struggle,
and the candidates on the republican
ticket, each and all, if elected, are
hereby pledged to exercise the strict
est economy iu the management of
The republican party of this
county also pledges its candidates
for legislative positions to do every
thing within their power to reduce
the fees of the sheriff's office to at
least one half of the present rate, as
we consider said fees exorbitant and
entirely out of proportion to the ser
vices rendered and should no longer
le paid by an already over taxed
Beware of the Knife.
No profession has advanced more
rapidly of late thau surgery, but it
shouhf not be used except where ab
solutely necessary. In cases of piles
for example, it is seldom needed.
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cures
quickly and permanently. L'n
equalled for cuts, burns, bruises,
wounds, skiu diseases. Accept no
counterfeits. "I was so troubled
with bleeding piles that I lost much
blood and strength," sjivs J. C. Phil-
lips, Paris, 111. "DeWitt's Witch somewhere iu the wodpile. In speak
Huzel Salve cured me in I short ' i ig of this latest freak issue that is
time. sootnes ana heals. . Y
Ross. Brisley Drug Co.
TA THE TtYDiVCDC
The following resolutions were
adopted by the republican convention
of avapai county, and covering as
they do the future government of the
cottniy by republican success are
worthy of eonsideration in the liue of
retrenchment and reform which is
Resolved, i hat we pledp our nom
inees for the i.-irislature lo work and j
vote for a legislative bill fixing the j
salaries of r.ll county t.llicers at a j
fixed and ceil. tin sum pc-runnum, and I
that all tees collected
c 'llected tiv any officer
! ot a county Ih-turned into the county
treasury and that no county officer
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salary to be fixed bv law.
Resolved, That the rate of taxation
I tne Territory of Arizona is exces
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sive- a,'(l "e hereby pledge our nom-
i PJPer legislative laws and by a just
anil equitable taxation of all property
in the territory of Arizou i.
GOV. BRODIE IN TOWN
Accompanied by Mrs. Brodie and Their
Son He Conies to Assist in the
n,,.. r.1 Dnki;.-i.
Governor and Mrs. Brodie arrived
I from the capitol this morning ami
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111 ramus uiun loinorrow evening.
Ihev have their son "Sandy'' with
them. too. During the visit of these
excellent people they are beiug shown
many social considerations. Mr.
Brodie being of course the centre of
admiration. She lived foi years in
Prescott and iu all walks of life and
under all circumstances her noble
and charitable acts an- still cherished
and live in devotion. The governor ;
will tie a prominent figure at to
night's ratification meeting of the
republicans which will pay a just
tribute to R. E. Morrison, ' This is
the formal opening of the campaign
in Arizona, and as Prescott was until
lately the home of Governor Brodie,
and also the home of Mr. Morrison,
it ie only right and loyal that the kill
should be started rolling from this
old time cit v.
The Payment of the Street Grad
ing Tax will Go to the Courts.
Ssverai Property Holders Combine
and Ask a Legal Hearing on the
The Journal-Miner is carrying an
advertisement of the city covering the
delinquencies in payment of several
property holders on the special act
of the city council on street grading
matters. On the expiration of the
day that payment must lie made, the
This is lefore the public, and in
connection with its legal purport, a
a strong resistance will lie made, it
is said, by the association of some
tenty or more taxpayers to take the
question to court for legal hearing.
A great many taxpayers have already
paid their proportion of this special
i'V t , " f I i T
rtid there is ye due the city
I seTera' thousand dollar. on the spe-
I i,h Th V" I C.mlZ'"
wealth. Ihc claim is made by those
"""f" V?- ork has
. Performed as authorized by
1 the ordinance, and that a survey w ill
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demonstrate this in grade generally
ami earning especially. the case
writ neofakblj come up for hearing in
the November term of court, and the
termination of it is awaited with in
terest. Stop.; the Cough and Works off
the Cold '
Laxative Hrotuo Quinine Tablets
cure a cold iu one day. Xo cure no
Price 2.r)C. 3 9-w
a Variety of Apparel.
The eaudidate for sheriff ou the
democratic ticket is in the field and
incidentally speaking he is (here
in a manner that cannot be misun
11 more wavs than one to
make his identity clear
as an office
m after. Hickev caanot t
Ik. but this I
slight deflection is off.-i-t in the make
us wearing apparel, which an-
swers all purposes lacking 111 aeeom-
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jinsuineuis 01 me power 01 speech.
tie nas long lan colonil leggings
on to rub against the expert or the
corporation mining man so that both
will feel at home-.
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l.reasy overalls with candle slams
for the miner to feel at home with.
A cutaway coat that will cut -nil,..
regard with the dode element.
A Stetson hat that will show
thecowlxiy ,ll' ''and-alate can
rope in the evil ramninan.
Horseshoe hobnailed lajots so
his feet will track.
A far away look for the sore dele-
gates ami a big pair of .Mexican spurs
to wheel them into line.
A smile for the ladies and a
little blarney for ootsy tootsy
RAW BUNCO GAME
STATEHOOD METHODS RESORT
ED TO THAT ARE HURTING
THE ACCOMPLISHMENT OF
Anything to Catch Votes and a Side
Winder Argument Quietly
Placed on the Market.
Quietly and yet in a determined
manner, that celebrated carte blanche
letter of the great Senator Quay on
Arizona statehood is being handed
out in this city. It is getting worn
with use, and unless treated to an
antiseptic solution will soon wear it
self all to pieces. It is down in Tuc
son one day, takes a lay-over at Phc
nix. and then is landed in Prescott'
; It is in the burg now, but only the
faithful see it. There is I nigger
iuteuded to make all republicans fall
all to pieces, and give their support
accordingly to the democratic nominee-;,
the Tucsou Post says that the
favorite araument is to the effect that
the election of a democratic delegate
to congress is absolutely necessary
to assure the passage of the state
hood bill, and that the election of a
republican delegate would kill the
bill and block its passage for the
reason that a deal has been made
whereby all three territories are to
be admitted on condition that Okla
homa and New Mtxico are republi
can and Arizona democratic. If Ari
zona goes republican thev claim that
the democratic suptiort will be driven
away, and the bill will fail of passage
in the senate. According to them a
a deal to this effect has lieen made
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democrat mjnoritv iu the wmie.
i Taking for granted that this argu-
ment is correct as lar as It goes.it
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publieaa. the bill would receive the
support of the entire republican ma
jority, including those whom the
democrats say oppose the bill for
partisan reasons. Again iu this ar
gument, the democrats acknowledge
that their senators are guilty of the
-ame partisanship which they have
! been laying at the door of the repub
: lican solons. O'Brien Moore, who is
li ving now to le a Wilson exponent,
I only equalled by the Dr. Jekyl and
I Mr. Hyde transition of Elsie Hughes
' from office at,d an enemy of
union labor to a union office and a
lukewarm union labor advocate, this
O'Brien Moore of the Citizen-Enter-
. nrKi h Hit tinn n iw ..-h.- .
pn'- tt 11st. would have us
that there are republicans iu Arizona
who lelieve his argument, and for
that reason will suiiitort the demo
' crane ucKei. .uereiy lo sausiy me
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opiwisition that there was nothing in
thi-i argument, a prominent Phenix
republican, who is close to Mr. Qua y,
addressed a letter to him asking him
if there was any truth in the state
ment that a deal had been made.
Mr. Quay, it is said, replied that the
whole business was newspaper talk
that there was nothing in it, and that
the election of a republican delegate
would materially aid the side of the
majority in the senate who favor the
paanaje of the statehood bill early in
SAD AND SUDDEN DEATH.
Mrs. Erickson Passes Away Last
Night in This City.
Mrs. Erickson. a young woman who
with her husband resides at Walker,
arrivei' in Prescott a few days ago
accompanied by her mother. Last
evening she gave birth to a child, and
in less th in four hours thereafter she
was a cort.se.
Mrs. Erickson and her mother were
both believers in Christian science,
and did not call a physician until it
was plainly evident that one was
needed. Dr. Fitzsimmons was how
ever called, but according to his
statement she had passed the stage
where his services could be of assist
ance anil she died within au hour
afterward. Dr. Otto was also called
but the end came while he was en
route to the home.
L'ndei the circumstances of this
woman's death, and the general re
ports in circulation that she died as
the result of medical neglect, a cor
oner's jurr will be held this evening,
at which the material facts will lie
produced and the blame, if any there
is. placet' on those who are respon
sible. Mr. Erickson. the husband of the
woman, is a miuer employed at the
Victor mine, anil arrived in town this
morning. He stated that previous to
his wife leaving for Prescott, she was
requested to procure the services of a
nurse aud a physician. The deceased
lady was universally well liked, and
the bereaved husband has the sym
pathy of all iu his affliction.
Not Doomed for Life.
"I was treated for three years by
j,'ood doctors," writes W. A. Greer,
Mct'ounellsville, ()., "for piles, and
hv,u,i ,)u when all failed Bueklen's
'ru't'a Salve cured me in two weeks."
t ures Durns. Onuses, cuts, corns
sores, eruptions, salt Kheum. piles, or
no pay. At all drug stores; X cents.
Prescott Arizona, Sept. 15. 1902.
Notice is hereby given that the
duplicate assessment roll of the
county of Yavapai for the year 1902
1- now in 111 v possession anil on hie
i ..a; fiTi si mm ......
IfVliMl therein; that said taxes will
liecome delinquent on the third Mou- I
dav in DeeemTier IHO'2 :inl ti1Jir 1
unless paid on or before that date, j
5 per cent will lie added to tbe l
amount thereof as penalty in a eeord- .
ance with law. Said taxes are pay-'
able to me at mv tli e i the court
house in the citv of Prescott. Yavanai 1
county, Arizona, on any dav, except 1
Sunday, between the hours of 9
o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o'clock
in the afternoon.
J. P. Storm.
Ex Officio Tax Collector, Yavapai
County, Arizona. slli 4w
Notice is hereby given that the uu- 1
dertigaed will sell, at public auction,
at the office of the Count? Treasurer I
at the Court House in 1'rescolt, Ari
that :-ona, on the 27lh dav of September,'
l'.K)2, at 10 o'clock a. in., the follow
ing property found upon tbe body of
au unknown man, deceased, viz.:
1 ne watch and chain.
J. P. Storm,
Treasurer of Yavapai Couutv.
Ancient War Rules.
According to a Bengal native paper,
war is less civilized in these days thau
of old. It unearths a set of rules
purporting to be drawn up by oppos
ing generals in ancient India before
war was declared. Some are sound,
others distinctly comical, comments
a writer in the London Express
Take rule 4 as au instance:
1. Animosity must end with the
war, when the combatants must re
gard one another as frieuds.
2. The fight must be betweeu
equals: that is to say, charioteer must
fight with charioteer, cavalry with
cavalry, lLtantry with infantry.
3. A man who is not strong enough
to ngnt should be allowed to go Scot
4. No man is to be struck without
previous and distinct warning.
5. A man who shows nervousness
in war should not be interfered with
o. ao one is to be taken a prisoner
unawares on any account.
7. No mail who has been deprived
of his arms or armor or is badly
armed should tie hurt.
8. The persons of the following
classes of people are to be considered
sacred: (a) The man who drives a
chariot: (b) the liearer who carries a
'wounded man: fcl the Mirtreon: (d)
the military bandanna.
9. Two are not to ntta.-k one.
10. No ttic!;s (ambushes, etc) are to
The following a list of letters re
maining in the Prescott xit office for
the wees ending Sept. lo, 1902:
Antlers, H H
W Illingham. R W
Jenkins, G D
Liddle, F Mrs
Miller, H S Mrs
I Bradsl.aw. Ja
Bennett, L D
Brooks, E E
Brown. .1 A Mrs
Brown, H G
Chaffee & Hogan
Calkins. .1 Mrs
Mc Daniel. D
Moise, Roswell D
Murphy, J W
Xichols, E Mrs
Ogden, E F
Potts, P B
Davis, C C
Danger-field, L Mrs Regan, Jas
Evans, T W
Rogers, J B
Eston, Walter E
Eudey, Jas B
Farrell, J H
Felder, W A
Foley, J H
Richardson, C A
Smith, W Z
Smith, F J
Simmons, A A
Stewart, D J
Salisbury, Ed L
S pence, Sam W
Stegman, E Mrs
Springer, E A Mrs
Yiolet. David D
Walker, Wm S
Welch, Maud S
Gillett, W A
Gage, S A
Harris. Edward B Woodward, S H
Heineman. A M Walker, Em Miss
Howell, Joe Yeager, John
Alalia. Leonardo Molina, Jesus
Billababos, Santos Ortis, Xolbeto
Balencia, Salvador Orduna, Ameound
Bernal, Arturo Rayar, Pedro
Balencia, F B De Reallez, Francisco
Chaves, Lorenzo B Ruiz, Jose
Loya, Refugio Sierraz, Crisebda
Martinez, Dauiel Sancbis, Eulogaia
Kellog. Albert Williams, Mamie
Smith, Martha G ( Photo)
Parties calling for above letters
will please say advertised.
A. L. Smith. Postmaster.
We would like to hear from the
owner of a well developed mine in a
good camp, for the purpose of equip
ping the same for legitimate mining
operations. Do not answer unless
your property win sianu me closest
examinatiou. Derby fe Rothschild, J laws that were enacted by a populis
134 Monroe street, Chicago. Ills. tic-democratic combine that is surely
m S-30-Sat 4t an( slowly strangling it to death.
iLtAKANlb MUD 1 1 D T I J D E
Spring and Summer
This sale is for the purpose
of making room for our Fall
Opening of - - - -
The date of opening will be
The prices for the above sale are
such that the stock cannot last
long and those who come first
will receive a choice of the lot.
A Skeleton in the Closet,
mis is morr mini timn inyin in mam
bathrooms, and here the closed in plumb. !
ig flourishes. Whj go on sheltering a foni. ,
of death and disease when our plumbing is
the only healthful, safe, reliable kink?
1 ne 'Kesi ininjr tnai nas nap-
pened for photography since the
invention of the kodak, the
This machine not only de
velops anil fixes film without
a dark room, but does it bet
ter than it is done in a dark
room. We will give a dem
onstration at our store.
Come and see
to develop a
20, at 1.30 p. m.
how easy it is
roll of film in
Geo. it Cook & Co.
WAY DOWN IN
HOSTILITY TO RAILROADS SEEMS TO
BE GENERALLY ENGENDERED IN
And Democrats are no Exception to
the Epidemic of their Brethren in
Birmingham, Ala., Sept. 17. The
republican state convention today
endorsed President Roosevelt for re
nomination. The platform favors
the organization of labor for its legit
imate protection and enactment of
laws for peaceful and fair settlement
by arbitration of disagreements be
tween organized capital and labor;
favors child law legislation relating
to work in cotton mills; condemns
spirit which seeks to arouse prejudice
of people against the railroads.
The last paragraph is published to
show two things. First, the south
owes its progress aud development to
the channel of the railroad, which re
publicans at least, still regard as a
factor, although in mileage and ter
ritory embraced by such, Georgia
cannot of course be compared to
other and older commonwealths.
Second, the railroad in Georgia is
burdened it would seem with the
same regard of bitterness iu a politi
cal way like is manifested now in Ari
zona. In other words, before many
of Arizona's roads were built, they
were not only encouraged bv subsi-
dies and tax-exemption laws but
were they supported legally and
morally by legislative enactment.
And that, too, by the democratic
party, as the records will show. Now
that the fruits of railroad tax exemp
tion laws are fulfilled, the democratic
party is desirous to take the back
track, and is endeavoring to throw
the realization of their hopes into the
channel of political antagonism.
In doing tins, or in endeavoring to
poison the voter with corporate
alarm, they are striking at the heart
of the country's progress. As an ex
ample take away the railroad from
f rescott to Maver, and throw that
particular section back what it was
seven years ago, what would prevail.
Take the Poland branch away, and
how many ef the dozen big enter
prises today in existence will there
be found enjoying the same develop
ment. If these mines were not there
before the railroad was built, how is
it that they are iu evidence within
one year since the railroad has reach
ed them. Take away the railroad
that is now building out of Mayer to
the great mineral bed of the Brad
shaws, and what will result even un
der present conditions, and while
that road is yet milee from its des-,
tination. The hundreds of thou !
sands of .dollars that have been'
placed at the disposal of men to go !
iu the ground on the Tiger, the Grey
Eagle, the California, the Ora Bella,
the Wildflower and many other j
claims has behind it but one argu
ment, and that is that the railroad is
coming, it such was not the case
the Bradshaws from one end to the :
other would onlv be regarded in the
future as it has in tbe past, and that
is of absolutely no rating or consid
Take away the proposed building
of a railroad from Congress Junction
to the Colorado river and the reach
ing of a great mineral section along
its route, and we have what we know
to be pievailiug under present condi
tions nothing to be seen and no in
ducement whatever for even a pos
pector to enter its domain, much less
If we must acquiesce in political
spleeu as it is aimed at the corporate
interests of Yavapai in mining, rail-
avenues, to give
men office ami 1 iaa legal reins to act
at will, thsire a ill result that stam
pede of capital auo labor 'thai Colo-
ra( 0 s t. av fa. t- t,, fa,-e ith ,,,
IV L I 1 L IV L
PROF. JOS. FANDREY,
of Los Angeles, Calif.
The European Specialist in rupture
curing is now in Prescott to give
treatment to the rupture sufferers
only. It matters not how severe or
tiow long standing the case may be.
I treat toth ses. I have cured chil
dren from 1-year-old up to the age of
84 years the proof I have to show
and after cured have no more use fir
trusses or appliances of auy kind. I
have cured patients from Prescott
and surroundings of Arizona. My
Rooms 119 and 121,
Office Hours 9 to 12 a. m.; 2 to" p. m.
Aol Belcher. Props.
West Side of PUz
Everything New S First Class.
BASEflENT WILSON BLOCK.
FONU flURPHY, Prop.
Fine Special Dinner Sundays
Short Orders at all Hours
Day and Night.
Board $7.00 Per Week.
this consists of ilur regllar .VI cent r vm
with yountf chicken twice a week ai d
Frait every morning;.''
Hoard $6.00 per week.
This consist of our regular cent , :(.
Board 55.00 per week.
Our Working Man's regular 25 cent meals
"She Let Concealment
Like a Worm i' the Bud
Feed on Her Damask
How aptly Shakespeare touches, th
dominant chord in a woman's nature.
Ehe suffers in silence ; draws a curtain
over her private sorrows, and endures
until endurance ceases to be a virtue.
This is especially the case with the
modest minded women who suffer from
diseases peculiar to the sex. They an
miserable and unhappy, and yet, although
they know that they need medical aid
and assistance, they choose richer to
bear the ills they know than to submit
to the examination of some local phy-
sfcian. For this reason many a woman
lets disease fasten upon her. She con
ceals her condition and endures a daily
martyrdom of pain because her mind
revoltr at tbe thought of submission to
the treatment she knows the local prac
titioner will insist upon.
Very many women have striUen grate
ful letters to' Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo,
N. Y., because they have found in his
methods an escape from the offensive
questions, the obnoxious examinations,
and the disagreeable local treatments
insisted on by so many home physicians.
These things axe. as a rule, not necessary.
Dr. Pierce's experience and success in
treating hundreds of thousands of women,
enables him at once to determine from
the written statements of women the
form of disease which it is necessary to
treat. Sick women are invited to con
sult Dr. Pierce, by letter, free. All
correspondence is sacredly confidential
and the same strict professional privacy
guards the written confidences of women
as is observed by Dr. Pierce and his staff
in personal consultations with women at
the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Insti
tute, Buffalo, N. Y.
A WOMAN'S STATEMENT.
RI enjoy good health, thanks to
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and
'Golden Medical Discovery,'" writes
Mrs. J. J. Schnetyer, of Pontiac, Living
ston Co., 111. "Have taken six bottles
of each kind. I was taken sick last
February and the doctors here called it
' Grip.' I lav for four weeks in bed.
dies when 1 got up I found I had ' Dis
placement.' Had such aches and pains
,n mv back an1. limbs covXA not stand
any length of time. I knew that our
home doctor would insist the first thing
on an examination, and that I would not
submit to, unless I was dangerously sick,
and then it would be too late to do any
good. My son had your book. Common
Xo mining company in the territory
ing of oTf bodies exposed and lead
Gold and Silver Mining Co.,
now selling their sti- for
1 0 cts Per Share
You 1 ;tmiot afford to iiiiss this o; ; rtunity to make
a boiuifide investment. New road being built and
ore being rxti acted daily. An ideal tunnel site.
Stock going rapidly. Only earlv applications will
receive stock. Address, Secreturv,
Kcal Batata always advances when valuable improvements
are made. Tbe capitol of Arizona is completed and turned over
to the territory. The state officers now all occupy rooms set
apart for them. Electric cars every IS minutes. City water also
iflO Inches of Water in
And Ever;. La
The soil is sandy au.: i
reasonable price in Has
stniete.l aad inanv slit
plan if smmI aa that all may secure a desirable lot.
M. E. COLLINS,
COOVER'S Liver Pills
For Sale bv Brisley Drug Co., Prescott, Ariz.
v ii- i.s C;tv.
SAM LEE'S RESTAURANT
Cor. Montezuma and Goodwin Streets.
rirst-Class Heal 25c Anc Upwards
We 5erve all the Delacicies the Harket Affords
it All Hour. Dmy and Night.
W1IOLE8AI.K PCA1.KK IN
fhe Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskeys!
i obT- 1 H ill Line of winks ani OUM lor the 1 y-
gaP!enii'r Mi ST. . 1. KMT'S Brewing I oinnitnv ! aa! Bot'U-1 Beer
North Side of P'aza,
Sense Medical Adviser, and I though
from reading it that Dr. Pierce's medi
cine would do me more good than all
the home doctors and so it has. If any
one had told me it would do me so much
good I would have said, ' Oh no, not
that much good. ' I can truly say that I
was surprised at the benefit I received.
I can do all my washing and also tend
my flower garden. In fact I am on my
feet most all the time. An old friend of
mine said to me, 'Why, what is the
matter with yon? You are getting voupg
again.' I told her I had taken six botUes
of Dr. Pierce's medicines, and if she
would do likewise she would feel tea
years younger, too."
However wonderful it may seem, that
Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription is
uniformly successful in curing diseases
peculiar to women, it is not so wonder
ful as it appears. It-is not wonderful
to us, that a machine made to perform
certain task accomplished
it perfectly. We do not
wonder at the engine
which pulls the train of
cars, although we know
nothing of mechanics.
We know the engine wai
made to do this thing.
We do not wonder at a
musical artist like Pade
rewski who aha at the in
strument and produce
perfect harmony. Wa
know that constant prac
tice enables his perfect"
command of the hay-
5 enced player sit down to
j the piano, and the same
keys falsely touched jar
into discord. It is so with
Dr. Pierce in his experi
ence and practice of medi
cine. "Favorite Prescrip
tion" only doea what it
was made to do. Doctor
Pierce know the whole
gamut of the female or
ganism. Where a lea
produces a discord, hi
experience and skill en
ables the production of
perfect harmony. Th
difference between the
success of Dr. Pierce and
the ordinary practitioner
In the treatment and cure of womanly
aiiments is the difference between skill,
and success on the one hand and a casual
experience on the other.
GAINED TEN POUNDS.
"I took four bottles of Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription and two of his
' Golden Medical Discovery ' and re
ceived great benefit." writes Mrs. Elmer
D. Sheare, of Mounthope, Lancaster Co.,
Pa. " I do not have those sick spells aa
formerly. Before I took your medicine
I conld hardly walk at times, when I had
uterine trouble. I can truly say that
after taking four bottles of ' Favorite
Prescription ' ami two of ' Golden Med
ical Discovery ' I did not suffer any
more. I gained ten pound in weight
In June I commenced using the medicine
and in July helped to harvest the wheat,
so you may know that I did not feel
Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription
establishes regularity, dries disagreeable
drains, heals inflammation and ulcera
tion and cures female weakness. . It
tranquilizes the nerves, encourages the
appetite, and induces refreshing sleep.
Asa tonic for weak . worn-out, run-down,
women it is unequaled. It makes weak
women strong, sick women well.
Accept no substitute for "Favorite
Prescription." The only motive for sub
stitution is to enable the dealer to make
the little more protit paid on the sale of
less meritorious medicines.
The Common Sense Medical Adviser
referred to in Mrs. Schnetyer's letter is
sent free on receipt of stamps to pay
expense of mailing only. This great
medical work contains over a thousand
large pages and more than seven hundred
illustrations. Send 31 one-cent stamp
for the doth-bound volume, or only si
stamps far the book in paper covers.
Address IV. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
asasw isassisassisaaai Mmtmrnt
is as good a show
o ?hip from as the
the Salt River Canal
ti-.iaranteed Plenty of Water.
mud Now is the time to get lots at
middle of fine residences already con
to he built. Sold on the installment
AVENUE. PHENIX, ARIZONA
Because they effect cures without .;uy grip
ing, sick stomach or unpleasant results.
Because they actually cure al! liver, kidpy
stomach and bowel troubles.
Because all uursiuir mothers will hud these
pills have no equal, neither griping mother
Because thev are the only pills that are a
constitutional tonic and blood purifier,!