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DAILY AND WEE:UY.
J C. MARTIN, Editor and Proprietor
OFFICIAL PAPE1 YAVAPAI C9lM.
ntered In the Pwtotticc irt "rev.. :i Arizs
as Second-CIa Matter.
-THE DAILY JOt KNAl.-MIVhV is publish:
1 ever- day in the year except Sundai a an.!
THE W EEKLY JOURNAL-WNCR is patlaM
1 every Wednesday, at PRESCOTT. thi
County Seat of Yavapai County.
r plication to t li ik office or to any 4uly ac
THE E ASTE RN OFFICE S.i":.: !' I
2j4 Temple Court, New York Citv, and I .
S. Express Building. Washington Street C i
emgo. E. KATZ Advertising Agency in ciur.r.
where the paper ! Wept on tile.
NOTICE TO SL'BSCR:SERS:
The Journal-.1ir.er has aMia armgaaMati
10 club with the following papers at prices
timed' payment to be made in advance :
WEEKLY JOL'RN AL-.Y1INLR and
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dan Krancisco Call
San Franciwo t'hronicle
. ... J 40
... 2 7S
THE JOL'RN AL-MINER will fee . onMnued 'in
til ordered stopped. Bills are MM out
regularly, and subscribers ate reiuestei to pay
the Mme as promptly as possible. Sul'ii-ritrrV
who desire the paper stopped at any tine, are
urgently requested to send notice to this office
and pay up the amount due.
Dally, per year in advance SiO 00
per month 1 00
delivered in city, per week 25
eekly, per year $ 2 50
six months 1 5e
M three months 1.00
For Delegate to Congress,
Of Yavapai County.
J. B. TOMLIXSOX.
FEED A. TBITLE. JR.
H. E. ABM1TAGE.
JOHN DENNETT, JB.
JOS. L BOBEBTS.
For Distiict Attorney.
E. S. CLABK.
C. W. PLATT.
E. E. KIBKLAND.
For Probate Judge.
J. W. COXGEB.
Superintendent of Schools,
J. N. PIPEB
E. W. BIETZEL.
I Republican Platform.
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
in the mighty progress which is lead
ing the United States to supremacy
among the nations of the world.
The members of this convention
remind the people of Yavapai County
that it i6 the republican party which
formulated and maintained that poli
cy of protection for ialior hich has
made the American laliorer the most
independent of workmen, and tie
peer of every citizen of the United
We heartily endorse the present
national territorial administration in
its brilliant aud successful conduct of
public affairs and direct the attention
of all voters to the redemption of the
promises made that Cuba should lie
constituted a free republic: the uni
versal prosperity which extends from
ocean to ocean and the determined
stand taken bv our president to com
pel, by law, proper regulation of
The republican party today, as
ever, stands for the best interests of
labor and the candidates for legisla
tive positions on the republican ticket
are hereby pledged to work for and
support all proper and reasonable
legislation looking toward the ma
terial interests of labor and the enact
ment of territorial laws providing for
the rights, personal safety and well
being of miners.
All labor has the undoubied ritfht
to and it is well that it should or
ganize, to the end that the relations
between the employee and the em
ployer shall be of the closest mutual
interest. We recall to the BKMMkrj
of labor that "Government by In
junction " has but ouce ijeen at
tempted in Yavapai County and. in
that instance, by democratic official
and under a democratic national ad
ministration. We arraign the democrat ic party at
the liar of the people and point to its
record on the eitfht hour, the mine in
.spector and freight and fare bills in
the last legislative assembly, over
whelmingly democratic, each and all
of said proposed measures failing l
passage, through democratic opposi
tion. We charge the exemption from tax
ation in Arizona, originated under
democratic auspices and that
democratic legislature since 1M91, has
passed new tax exemption laws aad,
if returned to power, thev will cou
tiuue so to do.
We have no hesitation ia asserting
our determined hostility to all illegal
aggregations of capital and unlawful
encroachment upon the rights nf
labor and we will fearh-sslv endeavor,
in all legitimate ways, to protori the
interests of laliorers as ve;l as all
other persons in the community.
We are, without reservalion. in
favor of the pissage of t!i- bill now
pending before the United States
senate providing for the admission of
Oklahoma, New Mexico and ArUona
as independent states of the republic
The principle of protection to
American industries and American
labor has ever leeu productive ol
plenty and prosperity throughout th
land. Seasons of democratic bee
trade Vnd tariff tinkering have in
variably been filled with faanacial
disaster and universalv hard lieai i
The republican party m safely In
relied upon to carefully and properly
fix or change tariff taxes.
We are unreservedly opposed Ui
the division of Yavapai county in aai
shape, manner or form or the mnea
ing of any portion of tiua Bounty to
any other county in the -t l i ' . m v an I
our candidates for the h ui-bt iv.
positions are hen 'ov firmly p: L '
to oppose and vot against an and all
measures favoring such division or
Reclamation of public lands by
irc'Vi rinneutal aid and the means of
securing: funds therefore, has liecome
au accomplished fact by the action
of the present republican congress
111 I j ri--i !ciit. the democratic county
platform to the contrary not with
standing. We are in favor of the just assess
ment ol all property within the
county at a fair and equitable valu
ation, without discrimination, and we
pledge out candidates for suervisors.
if elected, to the rigid observance of
We baknwj t hat, instead of seeinj,.
utMH for grave aipreheiision"
democi at ic county platform IMS) in
the 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 taVIe under which they struggle,
and the candidates on the republican
ticket, each and all. if elected, are
hereby plediied to exercise the strict
est economy in the management of
The republican party of thts
count v also pledges its candidates
lor legislative jHisitious 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 aud
entirely out of proportion to the ser
v ices rendered aud should no longer
he paid by an already over taxed
TO THE TAXPAYERS.
The following resolutions were
adopted by the republican convention
of Yavapai county, and covering as
they do the future government of the
county by republican success are
worthy of consideration in the line of
retrenchment and reform which is
Kesolved. That we pledgeour uom
iuees for the legislature to work and
vote for a legislative bill fixing the
sa aiies of all county officers at a
fixed and certain sum per annum, and
that all fees collected by any officer
of a county le turned into the county
treasure . and that no county officer
receive any other or further sum by
way of fees or otherwise except the
salary to Ik? fixed by law.
Besol'.vd. That the rate of taxation
in the Territory of Arizona is exces
sive, and we hereby pledge our nom
inees for the legislature and the
board of Supervisors to thoroughly
investigate this subject, and to en
deavor to lower the present exorbitant
rate of taxation by the enactment of
proper kgaatatiee laws and by a just
and equitable taxation of all proiertv
in the rerritorr of Arizona.
There are no idle men in this sec
tion of Ariz ma.
Charley Shannon has as yet not
opened up in southern Arizona, while
Mark SanM still tarries over the
waters in Europe. It is about time
tha Ixith of the above were show iug
up iu Arizona.
WV would aatpjajaaafl that the street
sprinkler iu Prescott be abandoned
and that it should follow the demo
cratic county pilgrims in their jour
neying. Just to cool off their meet
ings so far.
R. E. Monison isn't doing a thing
in northern Arizona today. This af
ternoon he was received with a great
demonstration at Flagstaff, where he
speaks tonight. He is a favorite in
that section, and watch the votes roll
in for him.
Gas explosions are taking a turn
these days all over the laud iu kill
iug and maiming people. Prescott
will soon le iu touch with this
enpeoiaa meaus of exterminating the
race, having two iu perspective. A
case of getting it a-going aud il eum
ing. so to spe-ik.
A Chicago man recently attempted
co commit suicide by drowning iu a
lagoon in Lincoln park, but was
turned from his lethal purpose by a
policemau who threatened to
him if he persisted in drowning him
self. He was grt itly impressed by
the menace and emerged from the
water to he lined. pieMiniably for dis
Hvir contemporary is attempting to
revise the republican platform. It
has lieen kicking aud snarling ever
i since the convention adjourned,
'about what it contained, what it does
uot say and what it would like to
: have it say. One time it is meaning
less generalities, another time it
' weeps gre'it crocodile tears bemuse
the con veil! ion refuse! to entertain a
rplaaak from the democratic platform
, and now it alleges that the platform
las published in the .louriial-Miuer
i was not adopted at all. It has evi
dent U di-cov.-red that the platform
is not as meaningless as it has beeu
endeavoring to make people bettova.
"A Eam b:' republican delegate to
congress La Arizona is simply I race
for a federal appointment. W'e hoe
, R. E. Ilorxiaoa will gal a goi.l oue.
f His party foafty entitles him to it."
Courier. Mr. Monism will scarcely
wish a federal appointment uutil hi-t'-nii
as delegate expires. In case he
did uot d.sire to seek a re
eieetiou iu ISOi, he might be in line
; for appointment as governor by Presi
dent Boonuwtl w hen he enters upon
i his second term if the democrats
i should carry out their threat to re
fuse admission to the territorv on ac
count of Mr. Morrison's election.
Our com-uipoiary is evidently took-
iiiK- into the future iu this matter.
With the death of Marcus Daly in
Montana. Senator W. A. Clark,
seemed to have easy sailing politi
cally. Daly had Ix'eu an uncompro-ini-'n;r
p titioa eamaf of the senator
j and succeeded in thwarting his po
litical ambitious h.r years. Mr.
, Clark finally overcome the opposi
tion to him to the extent of securing
a seat in the senate, and about the
aanae ttaae Mr. Daly s death unwind.
Another political Opponent how
lever has happened iu the per
' suii c,f Mr. Hainan, who threat
' ana to disrupt the democratic
patty iu Montana in order to over
throw the supremacy of Mr. Clark.
Ai the paneent taane Senator Clark
aaanaa to bane the beet of the struggle
bv long odds.
ALL MA0 FROM C00N CLAY.
MeeaHaingthe paraoaudity of the
ttrocndidatm for governor of Cali
f i i.ia. the Tulare Register say's some
ve i y jM.int" 1 truths which are Hp, li-
cable to Arizona just now when such
a deperate effort is lieing made to
create class prejudice) for the benefit
of a few democratic political dema
gogues, whose Iwnd of sympathy for
the working people is to secure their
In California Lawyer Line is the
democratic candidate for iroveruor
and Dr. Pardee is the republican.
The Register sayst
"Mr. Lane is a lawyer. Dr. Pardee
is a physician. The father of Dr.
Pardee was a blacksmith up in Piacer
county, as hearty a irretuljer of the
commonalty as ever breathed the
free mountain air of California. Hav
ing gotten something the matter w ith
his eyes le began to study optics, be
came fascinated with the subject,
went east and studied, became emi
nent iu his newly chosen profession
aud remaiued as common as any of
his people until the day of his death.
"On the score of beiug next to the
common people. Dr. Pardee is as near
as Lawyer Lane.
"This "common tropic" racket
does make the Register so tired.
There is so much in it of the Phari
see and the Levite and
so little OI
real pood Samaritanism. It is. aud
in America tver has been, a false is
sue. The real issue is between good
government. and poor govern'
nieut, lietween sound economic poli
cies and unsound, between sentiment
"While the sentimental democracy
is carrying flowers to the poor and
ladling out free soup to the men who
toil, and the republican party is
ojiening the avenues for manful em
ployruent and filling the empty din
ur pail with good wholesome Krub.
"It will soon be up to the voter to
drop in his ballot and take the sort
of medicine he likes flowers and
tears aud free soup, or lard and ribs
with more hunks of prosperity such
as he has been getting since McKin
ley took the helm."
A DEAO BEAT HOMILY.
n Picture of the Man One Meets
on the Strett Every Day.
"I have eome to regard the dead
beat as a part of fate," said the man j
wh takes the world as he finds it
without much kicking. 'T do not
tone the dead beat. I do not even'
admire him. Yet I eaa aafelv set 1
...il..... L t ... ; ;.. ....
imir mi iiiuiii w in iiiui.nic in I'-jiugami uuirutniui. 30 luae unci
portioning my expenditures as dendthoni of the dilemma be may, Mr.
. . . I tl.irrniv K.ic 'iir,r,. ' tvitl, 1 K. tt.it 1.
tx-at monev. I waste mr income lo-
catiugthem. I never spend
I never spend money
twice on the same lidker. If he gets
me ouce that's all. And anybody i
can get me that often. I take it for i
granted that everv man is honest j
until he is proved otherwise. Xo
attar how much ; stinker a man ;
may look to le, I'll give him a little
lilt whenever I can. A dollar or sol
Icn't ,vil.K i .! ! i" ,c,.,.L ..r trt
.,f.. .. " - " Ss-.. i . , ., ,.i,.,
mii I li i.-i fimc , . uru i mam ci i imp ;
fiave something in the way of coin
that he asks for, I give him some
thing worth far more, and that is my
confidence. I pay him the compli
ment of railing bin an honest man.
It is up to him to say whether ue will
live up to that title. If he doesu't.
he won't get any more from me. If
he is the genuine deader he will
never tackle tut same mau twice.
However, there is a brand of dead
beat that figures thus, psvehoiotfi-
callv: 'If I 'none him for m ire he
will take that as au indication that 1
have merely forgotteu the old score I
and that I am uot a ?enuiiie article
i.fl.ilL-' Th, .11 hu aaaCa kaa ;,,
fine fettle and makes a touch.
-Bad as I hate to be beateu. I j
should hate far more to feel that 1 1
hud given aur human lieing reason I
to feel that fend bean unkind or uu- i
iust to him I had rather lieen
lieaien bv twenty dead ones than to I
turn one' mau a'wav without pefaw
him a chance of proving whether he
sa straight. Of course, if a frl,,w
is up against it right, nuit is honest,
he ill go to the lender and tell him
frankly the situation. Also, if a man
who has done me once anil comes
agaiu for help, if 1 see free lunch
crumbs sticking to his lips aud his
collar too dirty to be tolerated under
normal conditions, I'll help him
uk tin: but I always inform him.
under the circumstances, that it is
not a loan, but a gift. That is. pro
vided I am sure the previous experi
ence was a straight out 'do.' But
well, what difference will it make a
hundred years from now!"
lit. and is honest.10' ,nls aaawn aie i ne reniwji-
A TERRIBLE CRIME.
Fiendish Murders in Which Twd Women
A dispatch from Little Kock, Ark.,
of the 22d says: Representative C
L. Pool of Calhoun county was iu the
city last uitfht aud related the story
of a blood; aragedv thai was enacted
: ,1 a r ,
in me western pan oi v omnium 1
fiiiinlv K:itnrHa - tiiirlil I r I. -rl
i- ... .",
was iiuauie, uoweer. 10 give uie
A citizen of the county sold tract
of laud for -S300 cash, and two of his I
nei'-hbors. aware of the transaction, i
went to his home the following even
ing and proposed a 'possum hunt.
The man departed with his neigh
txrs. Soon afterward a peddler
drove up to the house and requested
lodfnoK for the niirht. flc- house
wife toKl the peddler to take his team
to the liarn and return to the house,
which he did in a short time. When
he reached the dwelling he found two
nejrroes inside, who had just mur
dered the hostess by SB let iug her
head from the body with a knife.
The peddler shot and tilled the
two negroes and immediately aroused
the neighborhood. An examination
revealed that the supposed negroes
were iu reality white women in dis
guise, and were the wives of the two
men who had. an hour previous!;.,
gone hunting with the woman's hus
band. The latter, failing to icturn.
a search was instituted, aud his Issly
was found iu the wootN. where lie
had leeii mnrdcri-d by his treacher
ous neighlxirs. A posse at ouce went
in puisuit of them, but had uot ef
fected a capture at latest accounts.
A Parson's Noble Act
"I wiint ail the world to know,"
writes Kev. t". J. Iliullo'if? oi iksha
wav. R. I.. "what a thOaVMtchlv ROod
and reliiilile aai tin im i Found in
Eteetric Bitters. They eu i 1 me of
jaundice and hver tronbieti that had !
cause! me ureal auffwiujr lor inanv
years. For a geaaiaa adl-araamd
Com they excel anything lever BBW."
Electric Hitters am the surprise ol
all for their wonderful worl; in Hver,
kidney and stomach troubles. Don't
Fail to try them. Only cents.
Satisfaction gnaiaidM'J ,,T all drug-
THE POLAND STRIKE
Self - Constituted Committee
Makes Reply to a Re
cent Statement in the
Statement at Variance With Posted
Notice of Strike and Morrow's : X; s- D- VYtlbnr, Meaaj ae
of delegates: roll call of territorial
Signature Appears to Both. officers aad superintendents
jpartmeiits by recording seci.i;ov.
Mrs. M. A. Tomlinson. Tempe: ro
A communication appears iu the ! Prt of executive committee; appoint-
,, ... 1 1 1 ..tu ment of committees on credentials.
Courier this morning headed "That , ,. ,. , , ,-
7 . , publication, courtesies, resolution:
Poland Trouble, ami aagaM d "W .H.I ,,1:U1 0r Work ail( auditing; reort ot
Murray, M. J. Hauaon, N. E Mor- j recording secretary. Francis Willaid
row, Committee," in which the editor Muuds; vocal solo. Miss t'liley. Pres-
Journal-Miner is accused
uting the cause of the re-
cent strike there. The parlies si-n-1 memorial aerviee by Mis. Bley of
ing the article showed their lack of j Florence: 4.00. introduction of dis
lulelligence bv attributing a-ertions ! liugiiish.'d visitors, p istol's and fra-
n a I J I ...I 1 1 1 si l-l
to the paper which it never made.
meut of its own whatever but gane
its authority in the article for everv
I J .
assertion made in eonneecaon witn it.
The writers say: "His statement
that it is a union strike is untrue."
The liest refutation of their assertion
is the following notice which was
posted in Prescott concerning the
Walker. Aiio-v. Sept. 19, 1908,
W'e the him Unsigned mem ben of j
the Walker Miprarn' Union So. -").
have agreed that work in the Poland ,
tunnel on machines is worlh I.'H) per
shift, and the management refuses to
jiay more than .?;t.ri(l fir an eight i
hour shift, working in water anil fur-1
uishing on ova nabbon1.
proposition we ail put.
all good then to stay
re until ail trouble is!
- au,J We
N. E Monow.
X. T. Yeoman,
E. 1$. Harris,
Now the question is who are the
I parties whose signatures appear to!
the above? Is the X. E. Morrow;
I whose name appears to the article in
I the Courier the same Motrovv I
whose name appears to the
uoticet If so did he sign the
above notice as "member of Walker
Miners' Union, Xo. 65," with . cat an
thority of the union, therein putting
it iu a false li'ht or did be 00 ao in
authority? If authorized to do au ;
his latter statement in the Cornier
cannot possiblv be true and il not In--i.oiat
lire to t he a Ik v r was miateu
t. . i ... , I
. : j-fjs--- "T i
He could uot reasonalilv iilanie
JourualMiuer if it had Becribed the
dire't cause of the strike to "th
W'aiker Union," except onetbe theon
that the paper shouhl have aaannien
that Mr. Morrow is not north j of be
lief and that his signature to the
above uot ice was intended to deo ive.
Iu the light of the above nulice the
aansnd iwahliahnd in the Courier m ed
no further comment, particular! as
'the remainder of it is a ti-siie
reoreseutations cbarirtiiL' uti.-r iiu-cs
' to the Journal-Miner which it never
made and which any reader with the
I least scintilla ol Intelligence eonld
1 easil v discern were not the utterances
, o! ! he paper.
The September American Boy
n . .,
- .- . .. . -.
' he place ol honor in i lie September
', , , , 1 -,-i
number of the American Inn. I he
. , , , . ,
i rouuspiece is a enivon
IHe jouug Napoleon. :!iip;.seii to Be
il B" portrait of him at tbeage that
fa entered the military s(.iu. a
Biieinie. 1 he editor of the American
i i ... i...
5 has u.utertali. n to wnie me QW-
tory of Xapohon for bom. and the
,r' ""f , antJ
the Corsieaus. Napoleon a parentage,
hBth, childhood and aeh wl dajs, ap-
Pears m tbis number. There are I
seveui.v-hve pictures m tins interest-
hag Dnaaber illustratmg the stonei
and the leading article,. Other ...
tides that coutiiliute to the interest
vauia Nantieal School'' uu i "The
Blnecoat, u Famous Loo k n School."
Lovers of tranksdom have a page, at
does also the Order of American
Boy. while the editor iev ' - a page
to chats with boys, ami tin first ol a
series of lessous in shorthand for
boys, edited by Isaac Pitman ft S u-.
is given. One dollar a war. The
Sprague Publishing Co.. Detroit,
Both Lady and Geni'eman.
In answer to an adverti-- meut for
somebody to take charge of a church
choir and plav the organ, the follow
the great i
my reply was leceiveil. to
joy of tlie advertiser: "Sir: 1
noticed your advertisement For aa
ortr.iuist ami music teacher eithei
lady or gantlenaab. Having l;-s n :
Uith for several rears I offer you oiv i
It reminds one a little of the DOOa- j
I pona fellow who inquired after ;.
: lady's "de-ah little -Mri." "Thank
said she, "mv little Iniy is quitt
"Little boT, is it!" exclaimed
e man. a!i
well, I knew ii .,i
Psstcr were djstlibuted in i'n-s
cott on Saturday ana Aim ins I i n .1
('. Hemdon and Y. A. Rowe
i add res-; a democratic rally
jconri aonan that evening. 11
popular speakers and the eon
I ems wed filled with citirei
' to hear them. It seemed tl
t , am
i ixi His
j ru e was adopted to get a crowd out
I to bene other aaamhers and manj who
went there came a wav disgusted be
fore II r. Benadon was given an op
portunity to apeak. -lolly. Hicks.
Pat OBolBvaa and Hiekev. comity
candidates, were plaeed to the front
and the audience was compelled to
sit and listen to them before Air.
Hemdon was called to tfa platform
and by that time il "qntttio1
time" and many of . ; ieocewere
com pel led to leii .. tout bearing
him. Of course t: various candi
dates passed the u mil bouquets al
each other aud Q'Snlliv.ill reoash i
little ancient history in arbich he
paid a handsome eomplitnenl i i :l.
Spartan ladies. This elicited the
only applause ot his taiii.
Knickerbocker Conservatory of D :nc:rig
Mr. M. Hejrmann, aiiatwr of
intr. vho is well known to some
leadiiii.-citizens arrived tliis morning
a -. , ., - . a . . i 1
anil am u.is wnuer conaoci uu
Kaicherboeher ( oneervatory ol Dane
iaar and Puumtaaunt al Preset!! and
Phenix. Mr. Hermann ims tuughl
for the last lilteen yeai
in San Pran-
ci-co. Saa Jose and New xnrk and
acted as master ot eeramoui t tha
Hotel BI Paso de RoMe three
summers. Children will tie I his win
ter instructed in deportmeat, -t;i-.-ami
fancy rhuaemg everv Batuadaj
afternoon. Por particulars natoji
Programme ot Opening Day's Exercises
of Its Annuel Convention.
Tuesday afternoon, Sept. ."50. 2 p.
111. convention called to order in the
M-tliodist church by the territorial
president, Mrs. Imogen F La Chance.
Beading crusade psalm, respon
sive!?; sinirin"' crusade h.vuin: praver
i: aw, paniameii ur lesson an.
I i-..,.. ., T; , ,-
I . u i .
U'-ss: pra;. ei ; 01 ; mii miieiii. .iiiish-hi
(Erector tor the afternoon. Mrs. J. W
Tuesdav evening, Welcome Xight.
S.O't Organ Voluntary.
Prayer Wev. H. li. Long, Prneeott
Singing by Audience Onward
hW- Selnwl Children.
e A'l.. leases (f Welcome:
For the city, Hon. H. H. Biirmis- j
ter. mayor of Prescott.
Pot the legal fraternity, J. C. j
Pot the pateee, J. C Martin.
For the Woman's Club, Mrs. F. A.
Vocal Solo -Miss Block. PMaeott.
For the Oongwgation l Church, Dr.!
For the North Mefhodist Church.;
For the South lanthadaot OhnMh,
Pot the Baptisl Cbureh, Bar. Taft.i
F t the Christian S.-ieiice Church, E. ;
W . Wells
For the schols. Prof Billinghurst.
For the Temperance Alliance. T. W".
For the Local Union, .Mrs. F. W.
Singing ! audience.
Kcsx)tises. five minutes each:
For the Territoria! V. C. T. U., Mr-
Anna Hattin. preeident of the Pbe-
For the Xationa!. M.s. M. E. Teats,
National Bv a igelist.
Solo Mrs. Ward. Prescott,
Singing, Americi - By audience.
Benediction -Bee. Tuft.
Mu-ical director for the evening
Mr. Collier; accompanist Mrs. St.
A Boy's NiM Sida tor Life.
W it r i family around expecting him
to die. ;md a son riding for life. Is
niiies. to get Ir. King's Xew Discov-
erv for DoaaNunpttoa, Googha and
Cokls, W. H. Bemi a, of Lwiarule, ad.
endured death's atronies from asthma,
but this noaaderfii aaedtoiaw gave in
stant relief ami so ,i cured him. He
"1 now sleep soundly every
Like marvelous cures of Con-
I sumption, I neuuionia, Hronchitis.
' ouhs. I olas ami tsnn prove its
matchless merit for all fhroat and
Lung troubles. CJii uanteed bottles
ffiOc andfLOQ. Trial bottlea free at
I :1 1 drug stores.
National EneamDoaent. G V. 1J.
Waehinarton 0. .'. bates of sale.
. . , , , , ,,,
.ii-ui. ti'iMi dun iai. iri iiiiii .nil. ii' -
. , ., , . , , s-n-i-
torn limit. Oct. 1-t. Hate. 5 1 ).Z-)
. . . . , -.
I round trip. An esteninon ol limit
i - - - -
leave Washington, provided ticket
are deposited with the Joint Agent
oa or before noon of October 15th
and upon payment of Bftj cent-,
loinl Agency fee. One stop oet arill
iw allowed m each direclioiu east of
Buffalo, Xiae.ua Palls. Pittebunr, or
S!cond Annual Territo.-ial Fair ol
tfe Mexico, albuqnerque, X. .1 .
Oct. 14 18, 1902. Dates ol Bale, Oct.
IS, 11. IS, 16 ami 17,1903
J limit. Oct. SO. Sate. $16.11 rotiud
i trip. UonlinutHl passage in mcIi :
in. good going on date ol sale i
Continuous passage eactt direct ioa
we.-! and south of Pueblo.
Territorial republican convention.
Phenix, Ari.. Sept. 17. Dates of
sale. Sept. l.r an;! 16; return limit.
Sept.21; rate. 's 2t) round trip.
Steamship ticket to all points iu
Eurojie, South Africa aud Australia.
For rat -, sailing dates, eta, call at
Burke bate! rttj paaaooger offiee.
Qrand Canron Kxeursiou Dates
ol sale every Tuesday; return limit
days: rati-. $11.40. "
Saturday Excursion' to l ii.K-nix
Dates of sale ev. rv Saturdai : retun
limit, 10 days; rate -SIMM).
Summer Bienraajma to California
Date of sale cv. ry Tuesday, Than
lay ami natUTdaj during Jiiy. Ang
net and September; return limit. V. ;
retnber oil: rate, Los Angeles ana
Situ Die.:o, :;:2-").'.l-"); Sun Francisco
45.45; stop over.- allowed at anj
;'-,;:"i treat of Baratovr.
Bedoeed rates to MeCabe, Ari. -Oommencing
at i uc the S. l-'.. P. A
P. sell ticki-ts from Prescott to
IfeCabe, via Huron aud the Janqetti
st;ig' line. ;it rate of 11.5(1 per ticket.
160 pounds of baggage will Ik car
ried with eaeh ticket free.
Sportsmen Tonraamnnt Por the
above oeeasiota the S. F.. P. .v P. anil
sell round trip tickets to Phoenix, al
one fare, $b2i), round trip. Dates of
-id- Oct. 2!st and 221: tual limit
Chicago. 111.. ESxcjrsion Dates ol
sale, daily ; inie, 9840 ronad trip;
return limit. October .'ilst. 1902; eoa
tuitions passage iu each dire. 'tion.
V. E. Bene,
Citv Passenger Agent
IX) RIGHT DO WRITE.
When you wriie. write right, l lit
Smith Premier Typewriter is all
right. J. II. lJaiii , Aent, Prescott,
hi liana 2-l9tf -W
Lingering Summor Caiis.
Don:i let a cold run at thin stsun.
Summer colds are the hard kind
to i ure and if aegluctcd mt Itagm
iloog for months. long siege like
i':i- will puii down the st rongest eon
stiiutioii. (lie Minnie (V.irh (.'tin
svrall break no the at t ink a; ouce.
Safe, auFe, aets at once. Chirm
coughs, enlds, croup, bednehitis, all
fhrint .ui lunar troubles T' - ehil-
treii like it.
Drag t .
V. W. Boss, Brh
.in -i arrived at J. ii-r. t:
I mercbanl tailor, a fine itock of im
I ported ami domestie snitutgs and
pants gunda, for fill and winter.
'..Il early while the siocl: is Fresh, a-
you knon bare goods are aaads up
! on the pmmMH by irst ehiss
. men aaid ii perfect lit guaranteed in
every ease, hs the dace to go to. ti
I receive mtisfaetion. Opyoaite the
lataajrpaanaMai in 1877.
THK OLi V 3 r BANK IN ARIZONA
j iB!!iari7t'J Ufitai,
i r"ai Ip Ca;:uji,
Aitraa P mH
. . Vice President
Hi'c RicHAJtoa . .
B. W. Vau . . .
.M. 1!. Haki.tixe .
C. A. Petkr. .
B A N K OF 'MFORNIA...
!.A1IU.W A ro
FIRST NATION A 1. HANK ..
W'e Baaintaio a fully eajtaipned
Branch lliink at Jerome and
SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS
;apital Paid in, $100,000
; 3BrpjBS a.J prnfif, - 50,000
F. M. Murphy. President;
Morris Gold water. Vice Pres.;
it. X. Prederiche, Cashier:
W'. C. Brandon, As.-'i Cashier.
A jjoncral han'niiig business transiieted..
Sai ; Deposit Boxes
For. Rent M Bnatsoaahie Terms.
Sunset lorn: dietanoe
. . sry
hs and CoMs
S3an By All Othe
Thb tnnderful medicine positively
curt- Ccr.su.-r.pt'on, Coughs, Colds,
t'. I ma, Pneumonia, Hay
r. -. r'-.y. i.aGnpps, Hoarseness,
n . .. Croup and Whooping
Pri ta 5 0 : IL Trial Lottie Free.
; HODIIIaN !
VVc Ccn be Pound at Mote! Rurk
ARIZONA LAUNDRY Co!
A r.'EW UP-TO-DArt LAUWHtl
j. n. HECK.
max lilnm throui'ie'it. Kino HuH
(iasraaaaed. lira tthT matrt na nif ilnf I iiy
inu your laWBtby to Mr. HKGK.
f;yin; and Cleaning by
t'hime N' M. N ii'i:u will chII
Brinkmeyers H dti
-.i -iM'K.l'MA TitKCT
IIEKRY BRWMETEI Prcprietoi
-Central!) Us Ued ' ar ttw I'l.zn.
(V.-irrf Comfortable Rooms
And ' Prices Beaianahle
Saf.ery Attached U the 3o(e
i All i'ar .A City
Ueareered Pron p
; Carpenter Work. Sinne Work,
Brick Work. Weed Sawing,
Weil Digging, rVe!i Cieaniag,
I Or Any Other Cii Kind fWorfc
mm ii - DONE BY
OFFICE AT O.
If Nat b Lean
iUACrJlKE WORK A SPECIALTV;
A i-.irryinj! jstsst-ner?.
ad exptesa vlll laavs l'res
c:.tt dr.ily. except Snod ,ys.
rrosn Bo, Bsooka Otetl i.1
Rtara, aad ran . . ii. BaM-
In'l Anil Si. .rr. for the fol
UtarbM point on 1'ROOM
lonte Christo, lm.ire. Slack's,
Vlonahau'.s, iTidiiigot Tost and)
ntlUj aiti'iiJeti tu
.a., ' -iiVL'reu.
Kt turinuR win Bil.i fatal OrtKtin Creek
i iv :'--r . -liorrln' i,
. Spi rmti'i'thn i,
u t r: . t :i r . I
-. or .'.: v iiiiiani:; . .
i rltatti -U or air. ; :.
1 f in u nit M
i i f ttriDg t,(. ,
-iJ bj I -nffieiNiaa.
;ti f !.: vi rapr r,
r. -in t
The Union Saioon
And Lodging iious,
WACG'ORA I KltUB, Propv
THE BEST mSL
m FINiiST WINES
WE ARE ALWAYS OPEM
i orncr at
Granite aud Hood win -is
HELLO, CENTRAL !
Give tis the Public Ear. This is
. . THE . .
A First Class House
First Class Goods
First Class Treatment.
Celebrateil Jesse Moore aud
A. A. Castle Whiskies.
Give Us a Call. We Will Treat
r. U. maui a 10.,
... . . "e
Montezuma istrwt. s s
West Side of Plaza.
Seer Always Best
Boer Always Fresh j S
SI, on rd. r Retunntnl in J
( 'mi in cted.
VVe arc agents far sale of .-lock in
Oro Grande Mines Co.
Hudson Gold Mining Co.
Bunker fill! Cold fining Co.
Standard Mining 5: Mi!!
And FOURTEEN-other rdiab!.
flininjo Oil and Rubber Cor:
Over One Hun
it reil resilience :
lots in the Moeller Addition at ?.:' ;
to S200, and various other lots.
Call or write for prospectuses, terms
and any other information desireil.
II Prescott National Bank Bldg.
Dr. RALPH J. ROPER.
Rnaana J and J.
! . LAWLER
Telenh'-ne j--. 1
Uofcd . .$ &t I 'iiii-i aitilSltver.. .9 fi
l-a I .I.il i. .-i.vit, t'op4r I."'
4f-s.iinilc t.v atail rsn In; junaiylani Biliai
aaa"'"' ! aaa sl'.v. i r- tu t MM boUKht
OGDEN Assay Company
' -.ai.ti. t. bSNVEB. OOtOi
. mm inr.. swn cuBMir a i
Ai?A I in fsvC r afi; .TORY.n
EstuMist: - in 'o'msasi am
orcxpresr leoalTS SfWipCam
i. up:.-- by mitll
r ir.-iul 4ltelitloo
i. M.lte.: a. nl
vd or I'liri'liancl
. .'i.- :..ina ixits
0-:; r:::ii! lest? :
r i - - ! i.wrcnrr Air- :.
Por Buihium or oa Innatoved Citv
P pertv. Low Kates New Diivtoo '
Plan, interest KXs leasee as von pnj" j
State hll aaaWaif atvJ Loan As?Ya. :
oi u s Aaanaa. Gaaa
HtBTDlIlfill I fiarTiT
i.. '.!'! 3 IJllh.ii S.frt'i
- A t-
R. R. BLAINE'S
1 be on exltibi-i
AH Laiest Styles,
!iss Arch a, .i first el is- nidi
am, fmmailj ol I. r. Fisko's
of Chicago, is in ch-n : of tin
Millinery I o irtrftOUt.
LAMES ARE ALL IM ITE l
Com ;er Buiidm,
LIQUORS AND 06ARS.
"Old Crow" Whiskey
Always on Tap.
Vacations are over
and our force are
hard at work again
Plenty of new things to
WHOLES A I.K llAi N
She Finest Brands of Kn acky Wliistejrsl
A full Liueol Wi.NES AN!)
. ua, -
! tu.th .siiould DO able to rear
need. i.:-ii should
lie able to
wortii tilt tint. do tlaa best
nl.-ntv of value tram the money
oi our crop ol zac3 things and make the transaction a pleasure.
The above a ahoara a cup of Chase IV San boraa "Seal Bn.uii" Cotfee
.,w , v. i'. one knows ihai this is tin- hi st coffee on the market and its
market i In bi as good as -old- We -. i! "S al Brand' at a price that
is more than ivmsmmhle aad. jam get vour umm y's worth maoy timm
over, sii' -ii is the cist arith every article that an sell.
Our fresh Ft jits and
to be had. Oar wholesale business in ita
ceries and mining sarinliei. -iii'i ;,.:.
A trial will show you i!C;e we lead.
SAM LEE'S RESTAURANT
Cor. MMahaamaM naaalOnaaaaa Streets.
First-Cass Heal 25c And Upwards
We 5erve all the Deiacicic s I itaWl
,:i : Honrs;. Dmy and Nijrhl
Rnal Estali always a.lvam-es when valuable iiiipiovements
are made. The capito) of Arizona is completed and turnetl over
to the tcrritie 1 he state oifei is now idi n-cupy rixms set
nart for them. Heetric car.-every niinuie- Ci;y water also
I0o Inches of Water in the Salt River Canal
And Cy ery Lof Guaranteed Plenty ol Water.
PBesoU is aandry saad no aand Slosr iatha ahanto gel lata at
nasoidile price in the middle of fine resideiie. ureauy eon
structed ar . many atili to lie built. S,-!d on tie- installment
plan i! desire I. so that all may secure a desiril.'e lot.
M. E. COLLirs.'
Home Bakery Restaurant
tind.r New .lansjteir!.
Priate MaahlfJ Rooms for ladies and iamilies.
Board by Week $3.00 and up.
irst-Cla.ss Meals , - - - OMS li DAY OK WEEK.
"'12 Montezuma St.
e( . - ihe Oeneral 1 a .
C OaSaarat sad Baal! it :r r.
: ;CSCOTT. ARIZONA
HaaJ v. !
is nccts-:.: . tor t!ie Jaily
;nou;ti to n:a.c the cilort
te assist you in gaining
here. e watch the worth
Vegetables are the finest
ROS TANAKaA, Prop.