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prom W.-dnesday's Daily.
C. S. Thompson of the Jerome Re-
arter is in town.
The Sauta Fe Pacific railroad paid
vOOO in taxes yesterday.
Tickets for "Brown's In Town" are
low ob sale at the Brisley Dreg Co.
Coles A. Bashferd is in town from
Loe Angeles looking after his busi-
ss interests here.
J. H. Canavau is in town to look
Ifter his mining interests, having
list returned from a trip to Loe Au-
friual distribution has been made
the state of Geo. Y. Brvan. It
Mists of $3,000 in cash and the
sneheiaries were two nieces resid-
Te oiurt veiterilav rendered
jdif meut for defendant in the case
If Walter G. Reese vs. R. C. Powers.
tction wag brought to recover com-
lissiou alleged to be due for the
ale of real estate.
Tucson polled 1135 otes at her re
snt city election. Republicans
llected their mayor, city marshal and
I wo councilman. Democrats elected
heir recorder, assessor, treasurer ami
Owing to the inability of the jurv
reach an ajrreen it in the case ol
Ihe U. S. vs. Lancer, charged with
:iing the mails for frauduleutiv ob-
Iaining money, there is a retrial of
The sheriff took possession of the
'roepect office last evening under a
jortirage held lv (J. t . Kibleti. Ine
sffiee has been closed pending a trial
)1 tie issues in vol veil between the
Dwnor and mortgagee.
A final distribution of the estate of
bert W. Groom, consisting of
i in cash and the Amazon group
jf mines was made in the probate
urt vesterdav. The estate went to
Mothers and sisters of deceas. :.
Geo. A. Mintz of Phenix arrived on
this morning's train to assist in the
ledication of Odd fellows new ball
this evening. Mr. Mint, is promi-
ent in Odd fellow circle? tie was
formerly engaged in the newspaper
Mrs. W. H. Throne returned to
'rescott last eveniug after an absence
ten veai. duriug which time she
lasJxjen residing-near Napa. Califor-
nd. one ri o 11 1 oo a uvi 1. 1. . . .....
Irescott of todai ii account ot the
iprovements since she left.
Miight will occur the dedication
Ihe new Odd Fellows' hall, to
Ich the public is invited. The ser-
will be conducted bv the officers
pf the erand lodge tf . the territorv.
Misted by the local lodge and the
E. church choir, rrauk h. Stew-
Lrt will deliver the dedicators ad
Last Fridav John H. Smith, a goat
user near Camp Verde, notitiei the
sheriff's office that he was anticipat
ing trouble with a man named Au-
ist Kavmond. who formerly worked
for him. Raymond, it appears, had
Mi arrested and placed in jail over
lrpats to kill and was considered a
angereas man. The trouble antici
lated bv Smith came last Sundav
result of it was that he shot
id killed Kavmond.
Brewster Camerou of Tucson is in
"Brown's iu Towu" will be at the
opera hose tonight.
Prof. J. F. Bland v returned last
ight from his visit east.
Go to the opera house tonight and
'brown s in Towu.
Chief Justice Kent left for his
tome in Phenix this moruiug.
There has been a slight sprinkle of
un todav with indications of more.
W. S. Adams of the Jerome Xews
las been in town for a couple of days.
James Ca-iiin. manager for Grant
came up lrom Phenix yester-
x-uovernor U. Murphv ha-
Mie lo Washington towork for state-
Sun!. J. B. JoIIt is spending a few
iav visiting amoutr the schools of
John (iray came in from Poland
aturday to visit with his family.
sturning to Poland today.
Joe Roberts, "our next sheriff." is
tarrying his arm in a sling, from the
kffects of Wood poison.
Judge R E. Kent left this morn
ing for Detroit, Michigan. He will
sturn to I rescott in tune for the re-
heawag of court. Deceuilier 22.
P. Mohn of P. Mohn A: Co. made a
lying visit to Prescott yesterday, ar-
lvint; on the morning train and re
luming to Phenix again at uight.
S J. Hulsiutrer. soecial atrent of
iajlcrior department arrived in
i-oott this morning on othcial
jusmess Me exjA?cts to remain nere
for a Sew J s.
Judge John J. Hawkins is being
cged to mn for mayor. "Mayor
Brains would sound all right, and
rs mayor . 4. rtawmns would be an
Insnt. .i n I'oi .
A ue" dining rooai and kitchen is
Ibeing added w the Congress house.
When coinpietel it will add materi-
lly to accommodation of Tin- popu
Bar familv L V I.
An old man bv the name of Alder
ha- lo-inn dead at 1 iioniion s saw
nill lasi sight. At this time particu
lars as io when he died or the oaue
if death cannot le ascertained.
Ex-Governor A. H. Burke. in-iec-
tor of land offices is inspecting thr
fice of ihe surveyor general in Phe-
and will l in Pre-- lt iu a few
to inspect the laud office here.
Miss Ellen Crouch. ;. former Pres-
cott girl, was mar.: 1 iu Pheoix yes
terday to a:'l H:irdiu Porter, a
prosperous business nun of that citv.
The bride is a dauchtcr of Mr. and
Mrs. H. B. Cioueli and grand
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Ehle of PreM-ott. and is a niece of
Mr. and Mrs. J. M r.;(ker. and has
other relatives residing in this vicin
ity, where -If well kuowu and be
loved. A coraii rative -iaotnnt from the
office of the recorder shows a large
increase in the numlr of instru
ments ti-i for re-or i iluring the
yearly; ri iver those enterfd for th
vear 1901 Dp to D. ember 11. 1901.
a total of 4.7"i records wer.- made.
while up t" th aui" date of th-
L.resent year (5.256 records have been
e. an iiicre-i-e of lain records.
rder Caldwell sav- the office is
aurishing coet ! it ion.
O'Brien i in town from his
'E. Ma;" ii ' nel from m
pi t t -
fvood flour and good music tonight
Officers went out today to Walker
to bring in a crazy man.
Ex -Governor R. C. Powers will leave
tomorrow for Phenix, en route to Los
J.W . Francis, of Flagstaff, is visit
inc Prescott. It is his first visit here
for several years.
F. L. Baldwin, of Youngstown,
Ohio, is visiting this section look
ing over our resources.
Adjutant -General Leavell has gone
to Phenix, Tempe and Mesa to look
after military matters.
Governor F. A. Tritle left last even
ing for Phenix to to spend the win
ter with his son. Harry R. Tritle.
H. P. Anewalt has been attending a
meeting of general passenger agents
In Albbuquerque for sveveral days.
Geoive Mitchell, formerly of Jer
ome, but latterly of Canauea. is in
New York hospital with a broken leg.
Dancing class tonight at Dougherty
hall by Mr. llevmann. Do not miss
the first lesson. Social after the les
son 9 to 12.
Generally fair tonight and Satur
day and colder in the northern por
tion tonight is the weather promised
by the bureau.
H. D. Aitken has gone to Castle
Creek Hot Springs for the benefit of
his health, having recently con
tracted a severe cold.
Francis H. Brewer, of the American
Finance and Securieties company of
New York, is in town. He is a
cousin of Mrs. Tom Shultz.
The boiler makers in the employ of
the United Verde company demanded
tl.50 per day. the Montana wage scale.
They were offered the prevailing price
in Arizona which was declined, and
they quit work.
Aside from six mining location no
tices. the only instrument filed for
record yesterday was a deed from
S amuel Goldworthy to A. B. Wilkins
for three placer claims in Walker
Miss Grace Ho hart Hanson, niece of
the late Vice President Hobart, will
appear at Dake's opera house next
Friday evening. December 19. with
Paul Gilmore's company in "The Ty
ranny of Tears."
Postmaster A. L. Smith has de
cided to keep the registry and money
order wndow open until 6 o'clock
each day hereafter. Parties can reg
ister mail also at the general delivery
window between ti and 7 o'clockj in
the evening. This will prove quite an
accommodation to the public.
The announcement of S. A. Prince
as a candidate for chief of police ap
pears in this issue. Mr. Prince has
served in this capacity for several
years and has given good satisfaction.
It is now up to the voters whether'
he shall continue another term in
Dance tonight at Dougherty hall.
Opening night at Dougherty hall
Jay C. Allen will leave tomorrow
evening with his little son for Phenix
and. after a short sojourn there, will
go to Hot Springs to remain during
The Arizona Miner, now merged
into the Journal -Miner, was estab
lished in 1861 and the Journal in 1871.
The Courier was started in 1882, and
claims to be "the oldest paper in
Yavapai county." Of course it isfa
matter of mathematical calculation
to determine whether its claim is true
The California limited was four
hours late yesterday and but for good
luck it might not have arrived at all.
Coming down the Raton mountain
yesterday morning, the axle on the
front trucks of the dining car
snapped, and the traveling cafe was
in the ditch in a twinkling. Fortu
nately the train was running at about
twenty miles an hour and a quick
stop was made. The diner was not
seriously damaged, and the car from
No 1. was picked up in its place, at
Laniy junction. Aluquerque Journal-Democrat.
Prom Saturday's Daily.
Thomas E. Campbell of Jerome is
Mr. and Mrs. H. D- McRae are vis
iting in Phenix.
Frank Draper has gone to California
to attend business college.
Mrs. Robrets has returned from a
visit of several mouths in California.
Sheriff Munds returned today from
Agua Caliente where he has been
enjoying a short rest.
David Fitzsimmons was arrested to
day charged with lattery, the com
plaining witness being M. J. Mb
loney. the cigar maker.
S. J. Holsinger. special agent of the
interior department, will return to
Phenix tonight, having completed
the special work assigned to him here.
Quite a volume of water has been
coursing down Granite crreek for the
past month. leing the longest period
that water has been running iu that
water course for several years.
Postmaster A. L. Smith, who re
cently purchased the Tritle residence
on Mt. Vernon street, is having it
painted, papered and slightly remod
eled prior to moving into it with
Harry Van Aleu and Joe Archamleau
have remodeled and enlarged the Kast
uer saloon, recently purchased by
them and have repainted the same.tha
color scheme leiug whit which gives
it a nice, clean and attractive ap
earance. Rain commenced falling last even
ing about i o'clock and continued for
several hours into the uight. when the
precipitation was changed to snow.
A nice white mantle covered the
ground this morning. It has been
raiuing at intervals duriug the day.
Erwin Sands and W. A. Robinson,
assistant superintendents of the regis
try postal service, are iu town on offi
cial business. The gentlemen are
making a tour of the west in the in
terest of the resgistry mail service.
They are very affable and agreeable
Justice Moore yesterday evening
decided that Jack Peterson was prob
ably guilty of escaping from legal cus
tody and held him under M basil
to answer to the grand jury. The
original charge on wnieh Peterson was
arrested, and from which he fled was
dismissed by the grand jury.
If Otto Henkel. the insane man ap
prehended on Lynx Creek yesterday,
Uirns out to be a paroled inmate of
the asylum. He was wielding a
knife in a very dangerous manure
and frightening people genreally
when taken into custody. An offi
cial of the asylum will arrive on to
morrow's train for the purpose of
taking him hack
"Heroism or "Story of a Great
Scotch Divine" will be the, subject
of a sermon -lecture by Rev. H. B
Long at the Conrgegational church
tomorrow evening. This lecture will
be especially interesting and instruc
tive. A short service of song will
precede the lecture.
Antonio and Apollonio Lopez were
brought up from Kirkland today and
placed in jail to answer a charge of
enticing a young girl away from her
home for the purpose of prostitution.
Their victim was only sixteen years
old and is a Mexican girl. While
the prisoners have I the same name
they are not brothers.
E. A. Rogers, editor of the Courier,
left on today's train for California
on business and pleasure combined.
Prior to his departure he devoted
nearly a column of space to "flgger"
out that the year 1882 appeared on
the calendar several years prior to
1862. He succeeded in doing so to
his own satisfaction.
Daniel Doeherty, an old time
miner of this county, has been ar
rested charged with obtaining money
under false pretenses. The particu
lar act alleged is cashing checks
without having money to pay them.
At the time of drawing the checks
he had the money in the bank, but is
alleged to have drawn the money out
before the checks were preset ned for
Charles W. Meakin. agent of the
Paul Gilmore company, is in town.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Swigert of
Lynx Creek are in town on a busi
Mrs. Feu S. Hildreth entertained
the euchre club yesterday at her resi
dence on Alarcou street. Mrs. T. C.
Job won the first prize. At the con
clusion of the series of games played,
delicious refreshments were served by
Austin Mulvenon and Pat Sullivan,
while out hunting near Prescott yes
terday, came across two full grown
lions and three cubs. As they showed
fight and the hunters having nothing
but bird shot for their guns they re
tired, leaving the lions to take up
the chase where they left off.
Prescott Aerie Fratrenal Order of
Eagles, has elected the following offi
cers: w. J. WUsey. worthy president;
Lon D. Hall, worthy vice presiden ;
J. Harvey Blain. worthy chaplain;
Wm. J. Bond, worthy conductor;
Wm. Fernwalt, inside guard; Mich
ael J. Mahoney, outside guard; C. F.
Riblet, F. Mansfield, D. D. McDon
From riondav's Daily.
Camp Verde has a literary society. '
Ed. Block returned Saturday night
from his visit to California.
Clifton has two cases of small pox
and several tyhoid fever cases.
Pearl Hart, Arizon's female bandit,
has been paroled from the peniten
tiary. Pearl threatens to go on the
Rosa Duran, who was sent to the peni
tentiary from this county for robbing
man. has been paroled by Governor
Andrew Peterson, a miner in the
employ of the Venezia mine in
Crook Canyon, was brought to town
Saturday evening with a broken
While coupling cars at Kirkland
yesterday James Baldridge had the
misfortune to have one of his legs
badly crushed. He was brouhgt to
the Sister's hospital.
R. E. Morrison has been engaged
to defend John Smith who shot
and killed Raymond at Coldwater re
cently. Governor A. H. Burke has been in
specting the land office for a couple
of days, concluding his labors today.
H. P. Anewalt has returned from
attending the meeting of freight and
passenger agents at Albuquerque. The
next meeting will be held in Pres
The tie pickling plant of the Santa
Fe Pacific Railroad company, was
destroyed by fire on Tuesday night of
last week. The hu Idling was a
total loss and the machinery badly
damaged. It was located at Belmont'
Mr. and Mrs. Joe. Geimer and
thier little son Robert. returned
home last night. Mrs. Geimer and the
boy have leen away for several
months visiting relatives in Las Vegas.
Mr. Geimer joined them about a
month ago for a brief vacation.
Prescott clerks met yesterday and
organized a uuion with forty-five
members and elected the following
officers : President, W. J. Craft ;
vice president, C. E. Gentry; rceord-
ng secretary. Miss Dollie Butler;
financial secretary. Miss Sarah Me
Crae; sergeant -at -arms. L. F. Pun-
ocher. The union proposes to give a
liall at Dougherty's hall on Christ
H. M. Maus, of P. Mohn AtCo..
was called to Wickenburg yesterday
to take charge of the body of B.Frank
Coffin, who died there on Saturday of
onsumption. Dceased was an old-
time miner of the McCabe scetion.
The rmains will be brought to Pres
cott on tomorrow's train and the
funeral will take place tomorrow af-
treuoou at 2 o'clock.
Wm. F. Nichols rceently pur
based a half intreest in C. C.
Hutchinson's sheep business. At the
time their sheep numbered some seven
thousand head. For the past ten
days Mr. Hutchinson has been over in
Mexico making extensive purchases,
until their total is close to fourteen
thousand bead. Part of those ac
quired in New Meixco will be shipped
to Ash Fork and the remainder to
California. Williams News.
John Baptiste Joseph Warlop, infant
sou of Mr. and Mrs. Warlop. was
hristened yesterday afternoon at the
Advent Mission Church. Rev. T. E.
A handsome lady's combination
desk and book case is advertised for
sale at Jreome. The fact that it is
the property of a "handsome lady"
should easily secure a purchaser for
it. A homely lady's desk might not
sell so readily.
Lloyd Wylie Henry and Miss Pearle
Klhel Talbot, a very worthy young
couple, were married Saturday uight
by Rev. A. M. Gibbons. The bride
is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Talbot and is a very estimable and
charming young lady. The groom is a
brother of Geo. Henry the architect
and builder. May their cup of hap
piness and joy lie always tilled and
prosperity le their constant attend
ant is the wish of the Journal-Miner.
C. Snow and Frank Leak arrived in
Prescott last night with a view of
taking up their residence here to en
Rage in mining.
Joe Hobbs and Joe Archambeau re
turned yesterday from their hunting
trip. They brought in five deer with
them. They lost two valuable dogs in
an encounter with a bear.
Editor Tom Shultz went to Phe
nix Saturday evening.
C. W. Piatt came up from Kirk
land this morniuH.
Geo. Smith, formerly proprietor of
the Headquarters saloon. was
brought into Precsott from Banning
Creek last evening and placed in the
hospital in a serious condition.
His mind became deranged a few days
since and he left camp on Saturday-
evening only partially clad and wan
dered over the hills in the storm dur
ing the night and yesterday until he
was discovered and taken care ot
He suffered terribly from cold and
exposure and when found his oondi
tion was considered quite critical.
F. P. Ward returned Saturday even
ing from Mayer where he has lieeu at
work for some time. He states that
the new oil burning smelter erected
by the Treadwell comauy was blown
in on Thursday and the exerimental
run proved highly satisfactory to all.
J. N. Johnson a former manager for
the Western Union Telegraph comany
in Prescott tor the na.-t three years
manager of the Jerome telephone ex
change has resigned hi position in
Jerome to accept a position with a
railroad company aat Indianapolis.
He and Mrs. Johnson will leave for
jheir new field of labor in a few days.
The deer hunting season closed to
day. No more venison until next
A north wind set in Saturday night
and put an end to the storm which
started on Friday evening. About
two inches of snow fell, before the
storm closed, in addition to quite a
nice little rain.
Jay C. Allen and his little son went
to Phenix on Saturday uight.
Mrs. W. H. Throne is at present
stopping -with Mrs. E. I. Roberts on
The Epworth League of the M. E.
Church will give a pound social to
morrow, Tuesday evening, at the
church the proceeds of which will be
given to the poor of the city. Every
body is invited to attend or if it is
impossible to attend, to contribute to
Asbestos towels are among the curi
osities of the day. When dirty it is
only necessary to throw them into
a red hot fire, and after a few min
utes draw them out fresh and clean.
The Journal -Miner has ordered a
supply for use in the office.
An Eastern brewer visited Prescott
last week to look over the situation
here with the view of establishing
a brewery in 1'rescott. inere nas
been considreable brewery talk dur
ing the past two years and some enter
prising man will take advantage of
the situation soon and start one.
The annual consumption of beer in
this county is estimated at about
Dr. Francis, of Kingman. Kansas,
w ill lecture in the court house Tues
day night. Dec. 16th at 8 o'clock.
Subject, "The Thirteenth Command
ment." The pubile is cordially in
vited to attend. Laboring men are
Secretary I. T. Stoddard came up
on this morning s train from fhe
nix for a brief business visit and to
get a sniff of real winter air.
Heymanu's dancing class and so
cial at Dougherty hall Thursday. 3t
A few drops of oil of lavender in a
silver bowl or ornamental dish of
some kind, half filled with very hot
water, and set in the dining-room just
before dinner is served, gives a de
lightful and intanigble freshness to
the atmosphere of the apartment.
If the room is small this method of
freshening the atmosphere is particu
larly effective. Exchangge.
The treasurer's office took in about
$20,000 on Saturday in taxes.
Today is the last day to pay taxes
before they become delinquent.
The twoL opezes will have their ex
amination tomorrow on the charge of
enticing a young Mexican girl away
from home for the purpose of prosti
tution. David Fitzsimmons is having his
trial today on a charge of battery.
A compromise was effceted in the
case of Daniel Doeherty on Saturday
evening and the defendant was
turned loose. He was charged with
obtaining money under false pre
tenses by issuing checks without hav
inhg funds in the bank. At the time
the checks were issued he had money
on deposit but drew it out of the
bank before the checks were presented
for payment. He satisfied the people
holding the checks and the action was
The mercury dropped to 10 degrees
above zero this morning.
Residents of the east side are find
ing fault with the lack of sidwealks
on the north side of Gurley street
between Marina street and the alley
by the Congregational church. It was
pretty "sloppy" there Saturday and
I wm week, nerrous and dizsv. with a
faintiii keusatiou whec walking. " write
jras t-niiareM. esq . ol Samuel Sullivan
Co . Ttlin. "Could not walk any distance;
always ie.1 naa en- eating; fell a though
(Kiiuething 'i- sticking in my throat, al
ways unea6iii?ss in stomach. Doctored
with three phyaicians but they did not
relieve me. f grew worae and used
everything I could think of; was nearly
ready to give ut and then some one toid
me that or. Pierce's medicine was good,
so I began taking his (".olden Medical
Discovery.' I have taken seven bottles of
that now and am a. st ut as ever, and en
joying health as mich as ever befora. I
worked all summer ,.nd this winter as
much aa any one My case was liver dia
eaae and nervous dvsjiepsia of which your
medicine has cured ate In September
1898 my weight was alma pounds, now
tt Is igs i'leate accept i.iy siuccre thanks
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.
Official Proceedings of the Board
Supervisors of Yavapai County,
Board of Supervisors of Yavapai
county, Arizona, met pursuant to
adjournament Tuesday, December 2,
1902 at 10 a. m.
Present G. H. Sehuerniau aud D.
E. Dumas, members, and J. H. Rob
Minutes of December 1, 1902, were
read and on motion the same were ap
proved. The following claim having been
audited a warrant was ordered drawn
on expense fund, to wit :
J. L. Munds, balance due sheriff
fees, salary jailors, janitor, etc, sec
ond quarter, 1902.
The following claims were on motion
audited and warrants in payment of
-a me ordered drawn on expense fund.
to wit :
P. J. Farley, recorder and office
ei'xense third Quarter. 1902. 9551.20.
S. L. Pattee, district attorney and
epxense third quarter. 1902, I66.25.
C. P. Hicks.
J. H. Robinson clerk board of su
pervtsors and orriee expense tinni
quarter. 1902. i!)G.
Geo. H. (Jook and Co.. care Clocks
second quarter, 1902, 84i
J. P. Storm. Office expense second
aud third quarter, l!2,!s h
J. P. Storm, One half delinquent
penalties, 1902, $1.S.50.
J. J. Martin, contract printing
third quarter. 1902. M40.25.
S. V. Fitzsimmons, contract physi
cian third quarter, 1902, 875.
H. Brmkmever. meals prisoners
third quarter. 1902, in part, S219. ,o.
S. A. Logan, liurial ot dead, third
quarter. 1!2. BHL
J. M. Watts, clerk of court third
quarter. 1902, 224.20.
Kellv Stephens, contract station
ery third quarter, 1902, $177.55.
On motion board adjourned until
Wednesday, Dec. 3, 1902 at 10 a. m.
G. M. Schuerman, Chairman pro
Attest, J. H. Robinson, Clerk.
Office of the Borad of Supervisors
of i avapai County, Arizona.
Prescott. Ariz., Dec. 3, 1902.
Board of Supervisors of Yavapai
county, Arizona, met pursuant to ad
journment Wednesday. December 3,
1902 at 10 a. m.
Present G. H. Schuerman and D. E.
Minutes of December 2, 1902 were
read and on motion the same were ap
Mr. Beatsou entered and took his
The following claims were on motion
audited and warrants in payment of
same ordered drawn on expense fund.
to wit :
Wallace Willard. assessor third quar
ter, 1902, 500.
Postal Telegraph Cable companv,
telegrams sheriff and supervsors.
Western U. T. Co., telegrams sher
iff and district attorney. 813.56.
Sunset 1. aud 1. Co.. switching.
C. A. B ashford. rent district attor
ney's office second quarter, 845.
I rauk diroux, justice of peace Lynx
Charles I). Willard, justice of teace
Upper erde, ?10.
Wm. Thomas, contract hospital
third quarter 1902, 82397.04.
C. W. Wood, autopsy 850, allowed
Frank F. Xevins, burial of dead,
W. A. DeBusk, burial of dead.
Joseph Dougherty, out door relief
J. Dempsey. Allred family, C. Na
deau and Mrs. F oster second quarter,
Moors Mer. Co., out door relief J.
H. Brinkmeyer, out door relief C.
B. M. Crawford, out door relief E.
J. I. Gardner, out door relief Mrs.
Stepan and Daniels, 848.
J. W. Wilson, outdoor relief Stew
D. Levy Jt Co., out door relief J.
V. I). Alston, maals jurors. 80.
Comet Grotto, meals jurors July.
H. Brinkmeyer, meals prisoners and
Buchner Sc Eckert, meals temn.
G. H. Schuerman, supplies indi
gent witnesses, 81.
J. H. Smith, supplie" indigent
H. Brinkmeyer, supplies indigent
W. A. Cliue. meals prisoners, 82.
Charley Hong, meals prisoners Jer
J. Aug. Kusche. gardener plaza
Cornelius White, labor plaza Nov. .
Brisley Drug Co., supplies pla7a.
Mary F. Miller, team hire plaza,
Sam!. Hill, supplies jail, court
house aucL plaza. 0.40.
Co., fixtures court
Iiashford Burmister Co., supplies
plaza, court house and witnesses.
Crystal Ice Co., ice court house
June and July, 84.
Wm. I nomas, supplies contagious
Elwin F. Tarr, supplies contagious
G. H. Schuerman, supplies con
tagious disease, 85.
W. W. Murphy, cleaning well at
.). A. Petitt, labor hospital. 81.
C. W. Doty, labor hospital. 80.
F. D. Barr, labor hospital, 80.
De.MundL. Co., lumber hospital.
Clark k Adams, lubmer
J. H. Mulrein, plumbing
Ed Kiehl, repairs hospital
M. G. Idwater fc Bros.,
court house. 812.50.
W. W. Ross, supplies court house,
B. Tilton, supplies court house.
M. Gold water & Bros., supplies
court house, 85.05.
I). Levy A Co.. supplies jail. 824.
Barthel ii Stocks, supplies jail,
The Congress Con. M. Co. ,. suppl ies
jail. Congress. 821.10.
R Baehr. repairs court house and
(1. M. Slobohm, reairs jail. 825.
J. M. W. Moore, premium insur
ance policy, 8200.
Martiudell a Home, premium in
surance policy. 8237.50.
Amelia Block, court reporter and
stenographer. 8195. :15.
W. S. Norviel, court reporter,
Horace P. Merrill, stenographer,
J. B. Giron. interpreter. 5. a
Frank Hildas, interpreter, 82.50.
Wm. Foltz. interpreter, ".
Jos. S. Calles. interpreter. 885.
W. S. Adams, clerk inquest 815 al
Prescott E. Co.. lights second quar
ter l!t02, 8255.10.
M. A. Gallardo. iiitreprteer, 810.
The followving claims having been
approved by C. P. Hicks, prolate
half a century wij"
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judge, warrants in payment of same
were ordered drawn on expense fund,
J. R. Beatson, supervisor third quar
ter, 1902, 8250. 555
C. H. Schuermau, supervisor third
quarter 1902, 8250.
D. E. Dumas, supervisor third quar
ter 1902, 8250.
The following claims were on mo
tion disallowed the same not being
charges against the county, to wit:
R. N. Looney, services furnished
Ed Tippin, 822.50.
Charley Houg, meals election
lioard, Jerome. 820.
E. Trenberth, transportation of pris
The following order was on motion
drawn on J. P. Storm, ex -officio tax
Sir: You aire hereby directed in
the assessment of W. W. Hamlyn for
the year 1902, to reduce the valua
tion on the Sampson mining claim
from Seven Huudred Fifty Dollars.
(8750.00) to Three Hundred Seventy
five Dollars (8375.00), the same being:
on. i half of full claim.
On motion board adjourned until
Thursday. Decern tier 4. 1908, at 10 a.
J. K. BEATSON. Chairman.
Attest: J. H. ROBINSON, Clerk.
Brown Was in Town
"Brown's in Town" was produced
at Dake's oper house last night to a
good sized audience. This is a
very pretty farce comedy and the
company, with the exception of a
few changes, is the same that pro
duced the play a short time since.
There is not a moment's lull in this
play and the audience wasjkept in
an uproar from the first curtain to
The story is rather simple, but it
is filled with so many comical situa
tions that it never fails to bring the
laugh, no matter what the condition
of the spectator. A young couple
marry against the wishes of the faher.
who is very wealthy, and they seek a
quiet spot where they think that ar
rangements can be made to break the
news gently to the old man. But the
ather shows up and then things be
gin to warm up and continue so until
the climax is reached. Each
and every character is well
represented, especially the old man,
who is trying to solve the mystery.
Tyranny of Teare.
Paul Gilmore's clever art prevailed
at the opera house last night. Such
art as his for the time makes one for
getful of the "whips and scorn of
tims, "lessens the toil and contributes
to the pleasure of each day's duty,
enlivens the imagination, touches the
heart aud awakeus the slumbering
spark of divinity that redeems man
from the clod. This thought on the
moral tone of the theater is prompted
by the excellent exhibition of stage
art that was given at the Dallas opera
house last evening by Mr. Gilmore
and his talented comany, and t)is
view will indeed succeed in accom
plishing a good work if it induces all
classes of theater-goers to avail them
eslves of the opportunityof witusesing
a dramatic performance of intrinsic,
wholesome aud edifying merit one
that exemplifies the highest and no
blest forms of stage art and the pos
sibilities of histrionic talent and gen
ius to transfigure aud idealize human
onduct, and character. "The Ty
ranny of Tears," the drama presented,
is vitalized from the first line by liv
ely action and a steady dramatic
movement that increases in force and
speed till it reaches an effective cli
max and a happy culmination.
In a company like that supporting
Mr. Gilniore, every member of which
is a performer of decided ability, it
is thought useless to make particular
commendation of individual efforts.
The play is one of the daintiest of
love stories, "gathering in its path a
pretty moral and lesson enacted in a
most thoroughly complete and nat
ural manner. Dallas Morning News,
Friday, November 28, 1902.
The above company will appear at
Dake's Opera House Friday, Dec.
A Frightened Horse.
Running like mad down the street
dumping the occupants, w a hun
dred other accidents, are every day
occurrences. It behooves evervbodv
to have a reliable salve haudv and
there's none as good as Bucklen's
Arnica Salve. Burns, cuts, sores.
eczema and piles disappear quickly
under its soothiug effect. 2oc, at all
Miss Thew's Recital.
Miss Bessie Belle T hew made her
first appearance last evening liefore a
Prescott audience, in a dramatic re
cital given by her in the OtMagrega-
tional church, she scored quite a
success and established herself as I
thorough elocutionist iu this enter
tainment. Her opening piece was James
Whitcomb Riley's "An Old Sweet
heart," followed bv Sheridan's
'Quarrel Scene Between Sir Peter
and Lady Teazle." Her greatest
success of the eveuing however, was
"The Village Seamstress'' Her im
personation and reading of this
eliciting the greatest applause, and
he was twice recalled liefore the
audience was satiMie I.
She gave an ueeUenl exhibition of
Indian club swinging, which received
great applause. She showed herself
as expert in this as in her readings.
"The Rescue of Lvgia" rotn "Quo
Vadis" was aiso a very thrilling num
ber aud was listened to in In tlmi
silence by the audience.
The readings bv Miss Thew were
interspersed with the following musi
Violin solo bv Or. W, S. Smith:
vocal solo, Mrs. X. Levy: vocal eoto.
Miss Etta De Wit 1 ; vocal solo, Mr.
Dollier. The accompanists on the
piano to the above aaaabera were
Miss De Witt. Mrs. Morin. Mr-.
Hood and Miss Katie Burke.
Mrs. T. E. Bate also gave verv
interesting number in the recital of
the "Castle of Zeiula.'. receiving au
encore. 1 he euterta.unietsl closed
with a seric- of eery beaiifwl tableaux
bv Misses Quapboll, Blain. Thomas.
Burke, Elliot aud Adolphi,
Intertstiig Cartmonies Connectad
With Dedication of Odd Fel
Witnessed By a Largt Number of
Members of the Order and
Prescott Odd Fellows lust night
dedicated their handsome new hall
to the usages of Odd Fellowship, the
ceremonies attending it being verv
beautiful and impressive. The dedi
catory services were conducted by
Grand Master F. P. Trott of Phenix
otiier :neii!ers of th grand lo'i
present being Geo. A. Mintz, grand
secretary; T. M. Nolan, chief patri
arch of the grand encampment; Ben
jamin nobiuson, grand trustee, and
A. R. Kilgore of Williams past grand
The principal part of the interest
lug ceremonies were conducted bv
the grand marshal and four heralds
heralds of the north, east, south
aud west respectively. C. F. Avery
was grand marshal and the h ral
were Henry Sutler, S. L. Beach. G.
F. Tinsler and Frank Lowe.
Under the direction of the grand
Marshal, the heralds, with imposinj
ceremonies, built an altar for h
onier. l nis consisted ol nvo pieces
1 T.1 ' ,.l r r
representing stones, the underlying
one or foundation being marble, rep
resenting purity, upon which the
order is budded. The other stones
composing the altar represented
friendship, love and truth and faith.
hope and charity.
Ihe grand marshals aud heralds
were dressed in very costly aud iin
posing looking gowns, adding solein
nitv to the occasion. The services
were interspersed with music bv the
choir of the Metnodist church, ac
companied by Mrs. W. S. Golds-
wortnv on the piano and Ziba O
Brown with a cornet, the music le-
ing in harmony with the other exer
On the completion of the altar
erected to the order, the grand mas
ter proceeded with the ceremouv of
dedication after which it was pro
claimed bv the grand marshal aud
the heralds, the herald of the east
baptisiug the altar with water: the
herald of the south burning incense
on it, )the herald of the west sowing
wDeai on it ana toe herald of the
north strewing it with flowers.
Ihe address of the eveniug was
delivered by F. R. Stewart, a past
grand of Prescott Lodge. Ii
was a very eloquent address and
abounded in good thoughts and sug
gestions to members of the order.
bused on its teachiugs. At the con
clusion of this ceremonv two mem
bers of the order of Reliekah un
furled a lieautiful banner of white,
t rimmed in red and bearing the words
Prescott Lodge No. 1, L O. O. .,
across the front of the platform and
Mrs. Nolan, on behalf of the Re
liekahs. presented the banner to the
This concluded the ceremonies
after which the members indulged iu
dancing until a late hour.
The building is a handsome one
and one of which the order may well
lie proud. Geo. S. Henry was the
architect and builder and the struc
ture is one in which he can take
pride and which will remain for years
as a monument of his skill.
Made Her Blush.
An old maid lived in our towu. so
we have heard it said, who if you
called a dress a gown would blush like
poppiest red. Her mind was neither
frail nor weak, her modesty was
rare, of autumn trees she'd never
speak because their limbs were bare.
When uight its safe shadows threw
she'd tumble in a swoon if the cur
tain did not hide from view the man
in the moon. She never sang a sacred
song a very modest whim; to think
of one she thought was wrong because
it was a hymn. A plumtier caused
her death one day, so the story goes,
by asking her iu a earless way to let
him see her hose. Ecxhange.
A Cold Wave.
The keenest of sudden change in
the weather serves notice that I hoarse
voice and a heavy cough mnydnvade
the sanctity of health in your own
home. Cautious people have a bottle
of One Minute Cough Cure always at
hand. E. H. Wise, Madison. Ga.,
writes: "I am indebted to One Min
ute Cough Cure for nay present good
health and probably my life." It
cures Coughs, Colds, LaGrippe,
Bronchitis, Pneumonia and all Throat
and Lung troubles. One Minute
Cough Cure cuts the phlegm, draws
out the inflammation, heals and
soothes the mucous membranes and
strengthens the lungs.
EL PASO'S MID WINTER.
Third Carnival of the Gate City Will Be
Held in Middle of January,
The Journal -Miner is in receipt of
an invitation to El Paso's midwintea
carnival. which will be held from Jan
uary 12 to 17. 190.1, inclusive. Ela
borate preparations have been made
for this carnival of the Gate city and
more than 20.000 will be expended for
the entertainment of those who visit
El Paso in January. Two thousand
dollars has been appropriated for the
world's championship miners' rock
drilling contest. Two thousand dol
lars have been given to the roping and
tyiutf tournament, of which ?1000 will
be given as the first prize. J500 for the
second. Iu addition to these two
prominent features, there will be a
$1000 championship pun shoot. There
will also lie a big civic, military aud
fraternal parade, wherein all organi
zations throughout Texas, Arizona
and New Meixco are invited to par
ticipate. There will be over $1000 in
cash prizes distributed in this par
ade nlone. Accompanying the Journal-Miner's
invitation were appropri
ate keys to gain entrance to the fes
tivities of the week.
A sure sign of approaching revolt
and serious trouble in your svstem is
nervousness, -sleeplessness, or stom
ach upsets. Electric Bitters will
quickly dismember the tioublesoine
causes. It never fails to tone the
stomach, regulate the kidneys and
I, wel, stimulate the liver and clarify
the blood. Run down sv stems liene
lit particularly and the usual attend
ing aches vanish under its searching
and thorough effectiveness. Electric
Bitters is only 50c, and that is re
lumed if it don't give perfect satis
faction. OuaruutHed by all drug-gi.t..
When the children's hour is a thing of
the far away past, because there are no
more little ones to have their evening
frolic or bed-time story, the hour once
devoted to them tiecomes the mother's
hour. It is an hour in which the young
woman takes her old place at her moth
er's knee as she was wont when she
listened to the evening story. But now
she tells the story to the mother; the
story of her day, her fears, her hopes,
her ideals. Happy is that daughter who
can come to her mother as her best
friend, as sure of her compassion as of her
It is often so very duferent. The
mother does not invite the shy confi
dence of the growing girl. She comes
to womanhood aud between her and her
mother is a barrier of reserve. Just
i word of advice or counsel might
mt-in so mnch to a g'rl at a ttsae so - t
ic!, Dot s':e shrinks from .ai-.g iae
question, and the mother retrains from
opening the subject, though in the rnl-
lid checks and dark rimmed eves she
reads the signs of woman's suffering.
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Ask those who know about oysters
and see if they don't tell you we
sell the best, this year's oysters
ire better than UKual and will be
more agreeable eating.
epcuMn wm.-m t,- .-..--
domestic cheese ot
all kinds; can-
and package goods is the
business wilth us will tell
Chase it Sanliorn's
and I'ofiei s.
f Kentucky Whiskeys!
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