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Tht LOCAL NEWS.
OF TMK -
CITY AND COUNTY
Vm Wednesday's Daily.
New Year's dance tonifjht at Dough
Geo. Merwiu came
from Waluut Grove.
will returu to Phenix
iu lat4 evening
Col. J. F. Wilson ha.-, returned
home from Kim-man.
R. E. Morrison has gone to Cali
fornia from Kingman.
Dave Sinclair, one of the newly
elected supervisors, is in town.
A. E. Ensign is a recent arrival
Jiere from Los Angeles.
Geo. Flammer. the well known
-ucCabe merchant, was in town todav.
The celebration of a New Year by
the Dark Town U. All colored per
formers ami colored mu.-iciaus. td
M. P. Boss, the inventor of the
smelter recently erected for the Geo.
A Treadwell Mining compauv. came
' in yesterday from Mayer.
H . P. Anewalt returned last even
ing from a Christmas visit with his
family who are standing the winter
in San Diego.
Walter Hill A Co. have rented a
portion of the liasement of the Shu
i mate rtore and will occupy it in a
few day-. Mr. Shumate wili occupy
rne remainder witn his candy factory.
The United States civil service com
mission announces au examination
for January 27 for a disciplinarian
at Indian schools and a field matron
in the Inidan service.
The funeral of t he late John Cnrtan
will take place tomorrow afternoon
at 2 o'clock from the Masonic hall.
Friends and acquaintances are invited
Mrs. Cannon of Salt
the guest of Mrs. J. B.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Archambeau
yesterday celebrated the first anni
versary of their marriage and enter
tained a few of their intimate friends
at dinner last evening. . The princi
pal guests of honor were Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Munds. at whose home the
marriage ceremony of a year ago was
John Curtin who was brought in to
i rescott a few days ago. died yester
day at the county hospital. He was
62 years old and had resided in this
county since the sixties. He was a
veteran of the civil war. a member of
Garrett Post. G. A. R. . and was also
a member of the Masonic fraternity.
His funeral will take place tomorrow
afternooon at 2 o'clock from Masonic
hall, to which all friends are invited.
The Samuel Hill Hardware company
has been incororated. The capital
i,. - is pioo.ou". aivKiea into luuu
. sren oi mw eacn. ine lncorpora
rs are Mrs. Amy Hill. Ray Hill and
"-rajjtW. Poster. The incorporation
wilij'ceei to the business of the
lat Samuel Hill.
Miss Florence Herndon will enter
tain the young people of the Congre
gational church this evening.
In the divorce proceedings of M. H.
Cain vs. Laura Cain, Judge Sloan this
morning granted a decree in favor of
The north wind which set in last
Sunday has continued during the week
and has taken a considerable amount
of moisture from the ground.
Dr. G. W. Vickers came up from
Phenix this moruiug to attend in
stallation ceremonies of the Knights
Two voung men charged with rob
bing a Chinaman, had their prelimi
nary examination on Wednesday even
ing lefore Justice Moore, and were
discharged from custody.
A. A. Johns leaves the office of un
der sheriff with the beet wishes of
everybody with whom he has had
occasion to transact business during
his incumbency of the position.
'JThe free reading room received a
$40 benefit from the liquid air enter
tainment, a nice little New Year's
gift. The people who attended the
entertainment received full value for
their money in addition to the benefit
they were able to give the reading
Ex-Governor Murphv' came up to
day from Phenix on a brief business
trip and will returu to Phenix tonight
again. .Mr. Murphy has just returned
from a visit to Washington in the in
terest of statehood. While he still
has hopes that the omnibus bill will
pass the senate, he is not very san
guine in regard to it.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Gibbes of
Jerome arrived in Prescott on Tues
day and are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Roes on Mt. Vernon
street. A number of their friends
made a New Year's call on them yes
terday afternoon and evening and
were served with refreshments by Mrs.
Lake City is Take in the dance tonight at the
Cowley of 137 new I. O. O. F. hall. Seventy-Bve
cents per couple, and a good time.
Join the Saturday Night Social club
tonight at the new I. O. O. F. hall
and you will have a good time. Come
and see for yourself.
The election contest in Mohave
county, of Scanlan vs. Garnt, for the
position of supervisor was concluded
yesterday, resulting in favor of Grant
who was declared elected on the face
of the returns.
The S. F .. P. 4 P. railroad is now
selling 1,000 mile tickets over its
system at three cents per mile or $30
for each 1,000 miles. This will prove
a great saving to a great many peo
ple wfto nave occasion to ride over
5 (leo. S. Beaton, who is connected
with the Tombstone Consolidated
Mines company, and Mr. and Mrs
Leon Bailey of New York, left on
today's train for a visit to California.
Mr. Bailey is general counsel for the
Development company of America.
The Cudahy Packing company will
ship ow sheep from rrescott on Sun
day to the Los Angeles market. They
were purchased from various sheep
men in this section, several of them
having been furnished by C. C.
Hutchinson, the well known sheep
E. H. Simpson, late postmaster at
Williams, died in the Phenix asylum
for the insane on Wednesday. De
ceased was well known all over north
ern Arizona and was as well liked as
he was well known, being an excellent
citizen. He was occupying the posi
tion of postmaster when attacked with
physical and mental paralysis.
Shirley Balderson sprung a surprise
on his friends yesterday by getting
married. o one ever suspected that
the microbes of matrimony had settled
themselves on him. The fortunate
and happy young lady implicated in
the affair was Miss Jessie Phar. re
cently of Log Angeles. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. Leon O. Lewis
at the parsonage of the West Prescott
Zuni Tribe No. 6 of Red Men elect
ed the following officers at its meet
ing last night: D. M. Clark, sachem:
P. J. Farley, senior sagamore: Dick
Gordon, junior sagamore: Geo. Burch.
prophet : T. L. Harris, chief of
records: Phil Hoover, keeper of wam
pum: Richard Summit, trustee. In
stallation will take place next Tues
day evening. At the close of the
lodge refreshments were served a-d a ;
good social time was enjoyed.
The United States civil service com
mission invites attention to the an
nouncement of the examination of
electrical engineer in the United
States signal corps, examination for
which will be held on January 20-21.
19U3. in which announcement it is
staled mai it is expected that cer
tification will lie made to the position
at electrical engineer iu the .-lgiial
service at large, at San Franei.--n.
5'JU Mia. -t .. larj f S9G0 per
"annum, and to other similar vacan
cies as t hey occur. The department
states that it is desired to appoint
from this examination a person to
; lositiou of electrical engineer in
-.1 ITT1 -J. T"V 1 1 i . -.J 1 :,r.t,. at u gIfv
. '- 2.000 per annum, and two ner-
. to the position of electrical engi
't. at salaries of S1.GU0 and 81.400
ax annum, respectively.
Emmet Shawg. the young man who
fell into a pot of molten metal at Yal
rde a few days ago. died at the
babe hospital on Tuesdav night.
lather arrived there on Tuesdav
ing and was with him during the
and on Thursdav accomiianied
mm to California for burial.
was a steady and industrious
ban aged 25 years. He had just
recovered from a severe attack of
pneumonia when the accident oc
curred which cost him his life. In
conversation Wednesday evening with
a Journal-Miner representative, the
yoeng man' lather stated that he had
a premonition that some serious acci
dent was about to befall his son,
through a dream. The dream so im
pressed him that on repeating it to
His wife they decided to send at once
for their son to come home, but be
fore they had time to do so the word
came informing them of,the accident.
! J. L. Munds, who retired from the
sheriff's office at midnight on Wednes
day, leaves the position as popular as
he entered it. He has made a good
official during the four years he has
occupied the position. He will devote
his time now to his stock business,
as he has one of the liest ranches in
the territory, located in Coconino
county northwest of Ash Fork, and
has it stocked with about 2.000 bead
of fine cauie.
By the recount in the election con
test case in Kingman. Grant gained
two votes over the former returns.
His majority as given by the recount
was nine as against seven by the re
turns. The returns from one precinct
were not counted as the seal had been
broken, and Judge Sloan held that
there was no way to tell whether it
was still iu the same condition that
it was when sealed by the election
officers. Of course the contents of
this package was not known.
One of the best attended and most
enjoyable dances of the season oc
curred on New Year's eve in Dough
erty's hall. The hall had been draped
and decorated in colored bunting and
evergreens for the occasion, softening
the glare of the mauv electric lights
and adding a peculiar charm to the
delights of the dance. Besides the
regular patrons of these dances there
were present several members of
"Who Nose" club, who liesides great
ly enjoying the dance themselves.
contributed to the entertainment of
the many spectators of the brilliant
scene. At midnight the entire party
adjourned to Shumate s refreshment
parlors and feasted on the good
things there provided, and on return
ing to the hall they were joined by
members of the "Red Lid" club
whose youthful faces and radiant at
tire formed a welcome addition to the
gaiety of the evening's entertainment.
It is reported that the "Who Nose"
club will soon organize its first dromic
Laic on Friday afternoon the board
of supervisors made the appointment
of assessor by naming D. J. Sullivan
of Congress. There were nearly a
score of applicants for the position,
among them being J. R. Lowry, J. P.
Dillon. Wallace WUlard, T. H. Bald
win Mr. Thompson of the ice works,
J. R. Beat son and W. I. Johnson.
Mr. Sullivan has earned the position
by party service.
John Berrie, superintendent of the
Hudson mine received orders today
from the Hudson Mining company to
erect a whim on that property. A
Davis whim and 300 feet of cable has
been purchased and just as soon as
the whim is in position work will be
commenced and the shaft sunk to a
greater depth. The property is look
ing in splendid condition.
Mrs. Mary Ann Davis, mother of
J. L. Davis of the Val Verde smelter,
died on Thursday and was buried
this afternoon from the residence of
her son. 341 V Mt. Venon avenue.
Rev. A. M. Gibbons conducted the
funeral. Mrs. Davis was a native of
Massachusetts, and has resided with
her son for the past three years.
If tou are troubled with any weak
ness of the Stomach, Liver. Kidneys
or Bowels, vou will find the Bitters
very beneficial. Try a bottle today.
It will cure Indigestion. Constipa
tion, Dyspepsia and Liver or Kidney
Troubles, when other remedies fail.
THE HENRIETTA SALE.
EASTERN STAR INSTALLATION.
Thursday evening at the Masonic
hall the Eastern Star lodge held their
public installation of uttieers. A
large number of friends gathered to
witness the ceremonies, which were
most impressive. The following offi
cers were installed:
Worthy matron. Mrs. John Mer
ritt: worthy patron. A. A. Johns:
assistant matron. Mrs. J. B. Hocker;
conductor, Mrs, C. A. Dake; assis
tant conductor. Mrs. Jenkins; secre
tary. Miss Hattie Oliver: treasurer. S.
G. Brecht: sentinel. Mr. Miller;
warder, Mrs. Miller; five points of
the star: Ada, Mrs. Tomlinson;
Ruth, Mrs. Asche: Esther. Mrs.
Hoover; Martha. Mrs. J. Baker:
Electra, Mrs. Munds. Mrs. A. A.
Johns acted as marshal and Mr. A.
A. Johns as installing officer. Mrs.
Cline furnished appropriate music.
After the program a social time was
enjoyed and substantial refreshments
The Braganza Mining Company Com
pletes Purchase of Above Mine.
The purchase of the Henrietta mine
was completed today by the Braganza
Mining company, in which full title
to the property is now vested. All
the old claims against the property
were taken up and the balance of the
purchase price paid to Judge W. H.
Barnes and Col. J. F. Wilson, the
The Braganza company have been
working the property for some time
under a contract to purchase, and
have placed very valuable improve
ments on it in addition to performing
a lot of development work and have
opened up a splendid property. The
company, now that it has come into
full possession of title, will continue
work and will probably continue it
on a more extended scale than before.
The sale was promoted by J. C
Rankin and Geo. H. Cook, the latter
of whom has been the financial and
general manager of the company since
it first commenced operations.
We promptly obtain U. 8. and Forvign )
Send model, sketch or photo ol invent k.n tor
free report on patentability. For free book.
1 How to Secure1
' Patents and
Capital Paid in.
Surplus and Profits,
f. M. Murphy, President:
Morris Gold water. Vice Pres.;
R. N. Fredericks, Cashier;
W. C. Brandon. Ass't Cashier,
George Flammer of McCabe
td seriously ill.
laard P. Talliot.'who took a trip
9ast recntlv. has returned, bringing
wife vifh him. whom he married
rhile sn I t.
Col. .Tame O'Hara is in 'town cir
culating ainoug his friends.
Mrs. S. M Walstrum and child
have re: unieil -Trom their visit east.
- -Ky nold's advertise
P, lolry. represeufrHg. the Los
H raid, left tor Pneui: today.
Mulreiu returned last eteuing
visit with his parents in Los
Angeles dering the holidays.
T. J. Morrison, member-elect of
the next territorial legislature, camc
in from Jerome yesterday. Mr. Mor
rison's fat: il resides iu Prescott.
Mrs. W. H. Throne left today for
her home at Napa. She is very much
in love wi!h Prescott. even after au
absence of ten years and hopes some
day to return ere to live.
Fifty instruments were hied with
Lhe county recorder on Wednesday.
Most of Tiem pertained to mining
Mrs. H. P. Anewalt and son have
returued from a protruded visit to
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Campbell came
over from Jerome on Wednesday to
spend New Year's with relatives.
Joe Kerr, one of Prescott's old
timers, died Wednesday at the couuty
Justice B. M. Crawford of Big Bug
opened the New Year in a very happy
manner, when he united in marriage
William D. Bates of Walnut Grove to
Miss Rosa Wells of Mayer.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cline and
Miss Claire Cline entertained a few
friends Wednesday night, who ex
tended greetings at the birth of the
New l ear amid sougs and general
rejoicing. Games occupied the first
part of the evening and refreshments
were served at 11 o'clock.
J. N. Rodenburg has received a
telegram from Arkansas Hot Springs
informing him of the death of his
son, Fred Rodenburg. The young
man. with two other meu from Pres
cott. had leeu at the alnive health re
sort for some time.
John Stocks, formerly of Barthel
Stocks and a well known mining man.
leaves tonight for an extended trip
through the mining sections of Old
The borad of suervisors is iu ses
sion today. Among other matters up
before the board is the considera
tion of petitions in the matter of the
appointment of road overseers. The
appointment of an assessor is also be
ing considered, there teiug several
applicants for the poistion.
Miss Bessie Belle Thew is now pre
paring to give a farewell entertain
ment to the people of Prescott about
January 26th at the opera house,
when she will produce the comedietta
"The Happy Pair." and the farce.
"A Box of Monkeys." The music for
the occasion will lie furnished by the
Prescott orchestra. Miss Thew will
visit other points in the west with a
view of locating with her work.
J. B. Giraud. who returned last
evening from the grand canyon says
there is a big miniug camp located
on the north side of the river iu this
territory, about which eople on
this side of the river seem to know
but little. Their base of supplies
The amount of freight shipped ovej
the P. & E. railroad is somewhat sur
prising and shows what a developer of
tm. buisness a railroad is. The shipments
to various points along tne line
amounts to 430,000 pounds every day in
way of freight alone in broken car lots,
exclusive ot the car load lots. There
is a heavy shipment of coal, machin
ery, oil and ore also in car load lots
in addition to a good passenger busi
ness by both trains.
Parties who have arrived from
Jerome recently state that the smelter
has been closed down again. The
company has been unable to obtain a
supply of coal to keep its plant in
operation. Besides a fuel shortage
the fire in the mine is still causing
trouble, as they have not yet succeed
ed in getting it under control. Some
express the opinion that a close down
of several months will be necessary
on account of this fire.
The S. F. P. x P. R. R. will sell
round trip tickets to Kansas City and
return account National Live Stock
Association Convention, at Kansas
City, Mo., January 13th to lGth '03,
rate $54.55, dates of sale, Jauuarv 10th
and 11th. Return limit for trains
leaving Kansas City up to and includ
ing January 10th. By depositing
ticket with joint agent at Kansas City
and paying fee of fifty cents, final
limit may be extended to leaving
Kansas City up to and including Jan
uary 31, 1903.
Reduced rates to McCabe, Ariz
Commencing at once the S. F., P. &
f. will sell tickets from Prescott to
McCabt "ia Hurou and the Jauqette
stage line, at rate of SI. 50 per ticket.
160 pounds o. baggage will be car
ried with each ticket free.
Saturday Excursions to Phoenix
Dates of sale everv Saturdav. return
Kmit 60 days; rate' 59.00.
Grand Canyon Excursion Dates
of sale every Tuesdav; return limit
60 days; rate, $11.40. "
Steamship tickets to all points in
Europe, South Africa and Australia.
For rates, sailing dates, etc., call at
Burke hotel city passenger office.
We now have on sale the 100-mile
mileage books. Mile for mile will be
accepted, price SI.
J. Y. Kraemer.
Citv Passenger Agent
the proerty on .Manna street, ju.-t
north of ihe Iwnk ot Arizona s corner
lot and of the Congress house lot
I from Mrs. Kendall, widow of the late
Dr. Geo. D. Kendall 1 tie purchase
price waa not learned.
Contractor Webster has the grade of
the Phenix and Eastern railroad
completed to the Salt river and has a
force of men at work on the south
side near Tempe. Rails have been
laid on the road up to within a short
distance of the river, and work is pro
gressing on the bridge across Salt
river. The bridge will be one of the
most substantial in the territory. The
piles are down for five spans, four of
which are completed and rails laid.
On either end the structure rests on
massive stone abutments, which
assures its perfect condition for years
Mine host and hostess. Mr. and
Mrs. Vincent, of the Congress house,
while repairs are being made to the
exterior of that building, are mak
ing extensive improvements inside.
The place is being re papered and re
painted throughout, and the old
wooden bedsteads have all been taken
out and replaced with new up to date
iron bedsteads. All other wooden
furniture in the house has been clean
ed, repaired and varnished, and no
pains or expense have been spared in
the way of improving the place for
the comfort and accommodation of
J. H. Emmert accompanied F. M.
Murphy today on his trip to New
Mrs. L O. Lewis and her two
children ham returned from a four
month's visit with friends at Colum
bus. Georgia. They were accompanied
by Miss Britt, a sister of Mrs. Lewis.
The Big Bug Enterprise, an off
spring of the $10,000 "hurled," was
born late this afternoon. The Jerome
Junction "Jumiier" is expected to be
launched next week, and will be fol
lowed later by the .Martinez "Mug
wump" and the Humbug "Hummer."
The Monday club of Prescott will
meet at the home of Mrs. John L.
Munds. Mt. Vernon avenue, Monday,
January 5. at 2.30. Subject, "Ari
zona." The address of the afternoon
will be given by Miss Sharlot Hall of
I lewey. Arizona. Miss Hall is an
honorary member of the club.
The skull of a prehistoric man
found near Cholula, Mexico, and
estimated to beat least 10,000 years
Id. has been positively identified
s that of a coyote kliled near that
lace in the spring of '85 for killing
hickeus. The discovery has been a
ort of set lck to science, but prob
bly another skull can be found that
an not beso easily identified. Ex.
Methodist Episcopal church, 133 N.
larina street. A. M. (.ribbons, pastor.
rv ires tomorrow as follows : Preach-
ug at 11a. m. and , ..so p. m. Sub-
eel of the morning sermon, "A Story
if Ingratitude, " Gen. 4:19: subject
if the evening sermon, "Spiritual
ppreheusion, " Cor. 2:9. Sunday
cbool at 12.15 p. m. ; hp worth
mm at 6.30 p. m. The public is
BoraiaUj invited to all the services.
There is a prospect of a legal wran
gle over the position of justice of the
peace iu Prescott owing to the ambig
nous language of the statute in regard
to the election of justices. It is
claimed by some that the law makes
no provision for the election of jus
t ires of the peace in cities, and acting
on official advice. J ust ice Council yes
terday refused to turn over the records
of his office to Dick Talbot, who was
elected at the November election.
Mr. Talbot, it is said, will institute
legal proceedings to secure the office
and the meaning of the statute on
the subject will be left to the court.
Ivanhoe Commandery No. 1 met
last night and installed the following
officers for the calendar year: George
W. Vickers, E. C. ; A. D. Barnhart.
generalissimo; W. J. Martin, captain
general : W. C. Miller. S. W. ; George
Burch. J. W. ; Wm. N. Kelly, treas
urer ; R. N. Fredericks, recorder:
Rev. V. T. Bennett, prelate: A. St.
Peter, standard bearer: Thos. R.
Darnell, sword bearer; J. W. Smith.
warder: Joseph Eugle, captain of the
guard.-. Ihe installation was con
ducted by the grand commander
There was a gratifying attendance, a
delightful spread and a general good
time, such as Sir Knights know bow
NEW YEAR REUNION.
The Point Richmond. California.
.Daily Record of December 2iK tells of
a ISew I ear 8 family reunion at that
place in which a Prescott lady was
interested. It says: The Utter family
will hold a family reunion on New
Year's day. The children of Mr. and
Mrs. Utter and their children will
gather under the parental roof for an
annual feast and partake of the genial
hospitality of the old folks.
Ihose who have arrived from abroad
are Mrs. h. A. Iroble of San Lai is
Obispo, and Mrs. Luther Harvey of
Prescott, Arizona. Kn Qoble'a hus
band will lie here also to participate
in the festivities. The other children
are residents of this citv and are Mrs.
G. W. Olds. L. W. Utter and Miss
Three Irishmen were dicsiissing the
merits of the various fighters in an
Atlantic City saloon, and in conclu
sion one said: "Yes, gintlemen, the
Irish are the greatest fighters in the
world." After they lett the place
a little German, who was contentedly
sipping his beer and smoking his
pipe, listening to what the Irishmen
had to say. remarked to the liarteu
der that he did not think the Irish
were 6uch great fighters. The bartender
said they proved themselves tine
"Veil, I dond think they vas any
good as fighters." the German stub
bornly contended. "Vy only last
week me and me brudder (Jus and
anuder fellow whipped one of dem. "
The following is a list of letters re
maining in the Prescott post office for
the week ending Dec. 31,1902:
Beady, J. A.; Bloemer. Will; Byers.
Murray; Bryan, L.T. ; Bennett', Wm. ;
Bennett, W. E. ; Bronner. Leo; Bul-
lis, R. G. ; Burris. John F. : Buck.C. ;
Barley, Jim; Crawford, Otto; Daily.
H. T. ; Davey, Miss Minnie; Deary.
C. W. ; Evans, Miss Susie; Everat,
Martin: Foster. Jim; Ford, (J. V. :
Gray, A. C. ; Graham, S. B. ; Hall.
Glen; Hull, Frank; Henderson, H. :
Hartley, D. ; Hanson, W. C. ; Hanry.
Earner ; I learn. M. L ; Johnson,
Albert; Jones, W. R. ; Johnson, Mr. ;
Jennings, Mrs. P. J. ; Kelser, Chris
tian ; Lavott, Wm. ; Lamb, A. C. ;
Lavelle, Mrs. Kate ; Lee, Wisll ; Lee,
Mrs. A.; Leroy. Frank; La id law.
Thomas: McGowan, Daniel; McGee.
Mrs. M; Muldron, Mrs; Martin, E.
W. : Matlock. M. L ; Meyers, G. E. ;
Monihon, A. J. ; Meechan, Mrs. Julia:
Norvill, Scott, Olsen, B. P. ; Price,
H. A. ; Patton, G. R. ; Prescott Mer.
Fig. Co. ; Potts, John ; Powell, E.
H. ; Porter, Mrs. Helen; Poison. T.
O. ; Roy, Hallie; Reppy, Mrs. C. D. ;
Reynolds, M. ; Reeves, Mrs. Rose E. ;
Roe, John; Robinson. J. A.; Rum
bough, H. W. B. ; Ryan, Frank :
Savrich, Stephen S. ; Schultz, Chas. :
Siovey. Chas H. ; Stanfleld, W. M. ;
Taylor. Rev. G. W. ; Thraves, Edward
W. ; Tebs. Harry D. ; Thompson, Siv
ert; Thompson. Will ; Underhill, Will;
Wizey, A. N. ; Wiser, Mrs. E. ; Wil
liams. W. ; Wilson, S. P. ; Walker, H.
H . ; Young, Geo.
Aros, Manuela; Barraza, Juan:
Balesia.Salibodor; Calisbro, Ygnacio:
Ualles. George; Faras, Angela : Loysy,
J. R. ; Monias. Augel : Martinez, L
C. : Mayera. Guadalupia: Magdaleno.
Pedro; Montolla, Jose; Montong. Car.
melita: Moveno, Jose; Murrillo. Do
lores De; Moreno, Jose: Ramirez, Ro-
sario; Saudres, llliam; Sepeda, Ka-
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HELLO, CENTRAL !
Give us the Public Ear. This is
. . THE . .
A First Class House
First Class Goods
First Class Treatment.
This is the time to select a fine
For a Christ m Preaent,
A piece of that beautiful
Hand Painted China
Makes an appropriate Gift.
Geo. H. Cook & Co.
Arizona's Leading Jewelers.
Headquarters for "good things" for Christmas.
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY and all EASTERN POINTS
.-tre meet quickly reached by the
EL PASO SHORT LINE
GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE
Note the time and the accommodations.
Celebrated Jesse Moore and
A. A. Castle Whiskies.
Only 3 Davs
Only 2 Davs
DINING CAR SERVICE THROUGH
Po rates, folder and ther information, address
COX, G-A P D. El Paso. Tex., or J. SEBASTIAN. 6. P. A.
SOLE .AGENTS FOR
And Belcter. Props.
Ten Siit of PUu
Everything New 4 First Class.
A Frightened Horse.
Running like mad down the street
dumping the occupants, or a hun
dred other accidents, are every day
occurrences. It behooves evervbody
to have a reliable salve handv and
there's none as good as Bucklen's
Arnica Salve. Burns, cuts, sores,
eczema and piles disappear quickly
under its soothing effect. 25c, at all
Fight Will Be Bitter.
Those who will persist m closing
their ears against the continual rec
ommendation of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, will have a
long and bitter fitrl.t with their
troubles, if not ended earlier bv
fatal termination. Read what T. R.
Beall of Beall. Miss., has to say:
"Last fall my wife had every symp
tom of consumption. She took Dr.
King's New Discovery after every
thing else had failed. Improvement
came at once and four bottles en
tirely cured her. Guaranteed by all
druggists. Price, 50c and $1.00.
Trial bottles free.
ANNUAL MEETING NOTICES
The annual meeting of stock-hold
ers of the Prescott National Hank
will lie held at its tanking house at
Prescott. Arizona, on Tuesday. Jan
uary lilth at the hour of 10 o'clock a.
m. for the election of a Board of
Directors for the ensuing year and
the transaction of such business as
may regularly come before it. td
R. N. FREDERICKS, Cashier.
The animal meeting of the share
holders of the Commrecial Trust Com
pany will be held at its office at Pres
cott, Arizona, on Tuesday, January
13th. 1903. at 1 o'clock p. m.. for the
purpose of electing a board of direc
tors for the ensuing year and for the
transaction of such other business as
may properly come before said meet
ing. W. C. Brandon, secretary and
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of the
Cash Mine company will be held at the
Hotel Burke in the city of Prescott.
Arizona, at 10 a. m.. February 3. 1903,
for the purpose of electing its officers
for the ensuing year and transacting
such other business as may come leg
ally before it. Harrington Blauvelt,
We are agents for sale of tock in
Oro Grande Mines Co.
Hudson Gold Mining Co.
Bunker Hill Gold Mining Co.
Standard Mining & Mill
in Company, Commercial Cafe.
w- - i -mr M. w M sm W V A w
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.'S
Gasoline and .Steam Hoists, Air Compressors, Portable
and Stationery Boilers. Etc.
And FOURTEEN other reliable
riininjr. Oil and kubber Com
Over One Hun
lots in the Moeller Addition at $5
to $200, and various other lots.
Call or write for
and anv other
LEMON JUICE FOK TYPHOID. '
A Chicago telegram says: "that
lemon juice will destroy the typhoid
fever germ in water is autuoritatively
announced by the Chicago health
department after careful experiim nt
extending over the last three days.
One teaspoouful of the juice to
half a glassful of water is known to
be a good combination, and repeated
trials have invariably produced the
same result everv germ was killed.
This confirms the announcement
made on Christmas day by Dr. Asa
Ferguson, a London phvsician. to the
effect that lemon juice a.- a deadly
toe to typhoid.
Standard American Annual.
II Prescott National Bank Bldg.
P. MOHN & CO.
BA-"' riENT WILSON BLOCK.
FOfWfl nURPHY, Prop.
Fine Special Dinner Sunday
Short Orders at all Hours
Day and Night.
Board 67.00 Per Week.
I his consist of our regllar 50 cent meal?
flri'h young chicken twice a week and
Frjit every morning.
Board $6.00 per week.
This consists of our regular 35 cent eale
Board $5.00 per week.
Our Working Man's pajpsia 25 cent meals.
-u: I - .r
First door north of
Briuk mover's Hotel.
Electric Phone 350, Prescott.Ariz.
"C- ""C- J' S' -C- -"C- 3" 5r -5 J'iiS
i The Anheuser 1
A Skeleton in the Closet
this is more truth than myth in many
bathrooms, and where the closed in plnmb
ing flourishes. Why go on sheltering a form
of death and disease when oar plumbing if
the only healthful, safe, reliable kink?
5aloon ane Restaurant.
to H. P. & CO.
tN HALE. BOB PRIOR
Handle Only James E.
Pepper '92, Hunter Rye
and rtount Vernon Rye
Clnb Rooms anil KesTmirHiit
Musical taletis employed,
V IT'S UP
m. c .
I AND INSURANCE
$ Conveyancing, Money to Loan $
I Office with W. F. Ei. Co. Phone 75 1
fcif More of the hairhank. Morse & Co.'s hoists hae been sold in thia
section during the jxist nenr than all other makes combined- They excel ;n
POWER. RELIABILITY and ECONOMY and are especially valuable
where wood and wafer is scarce.
3jFFull partiv-tilars and estimates furnished upon application to
THEN E VHP YOU TANT
Merchandise or Mining Supplies
Remember the Old Kstablished House
The 0. K. STORE
Staple and taucv (iroteric, A ruli Stuck vi Hea's Furnishing Goods
Always on Hand. Al! Goods Fresh aid I p To-Date.
JOSEPH DOUGHERTY, Proprietor
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.
Digests all classes of food. IOOM
and strengthens the stomach and di-
Sestive organs. Cures dyspepsia, in
igestion, stomach troubles and
makes rich red blood, health and
strength. Kodol rebuilds uornoiit
tissues, purities, traastfcana and
sweetens the stomach. Gov. (1. Y.
Atkinson of YY. Ya.. says: "I have
used a numlier of bottles of Kodol
and have found it to be a very effec
tive and, indeed, a powerful remedy
for stomach ailments. I recommend
it to mv friends. Brislev Drug Co..
Feu S. Hildreth
A small lioy iu a Texas district
school, when asked by a kind old
lady if he studied very hard, said:
"Oh. I don't hurt myself at it."
"Oh," said the lady, "you must
study hard or you will never lieconie
president of the Uuited States."
"No, ma'am," replied the lioy, "I
don't e.iect to lie: I'm a democrat."
Shake Into Your Shoes
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powdet. It
cures painful, smarting. BcrVOtM feet,
and ingrowing nails, and instantly
takes the sting out n corns and
bunions. It's the gnatest uwfoil
discovery of the age, Allen's Poot
Ease makes the tirhl or new shoes
feel easy. It is a certain cure for
sweating, callous and hot . tired ach
ing feet. Try it today. Sold by all
druggists and shot' shin-. Don't me
cept an substitute By mail for 2;c
in stamps. Trial package free. Ad
dress, Allen S. Olmsted. Le Rov.
A Statistical ftkflK ot
Facts and Figures Containing Ova
Review ot the Coal Stt ike: the Trusts In
the I nlteJ 3tcs; Full Eiect.on Welti and
Hstfurms 01 Pnlltici
Parties ot 1902;
ficer "1 the Nat
Commit; ee: I edtrr
State aiul L.i.-"" ' re
lation; Our '.r.-.u ur
Pores.sions: Ut.irr lan
Canal Law; Civil Gov
ernment in ' theP.Jitp-
rines; Qual '. ca ions
r Voting in All
State; Aut iTn 1-Stat-Mics.
l ratrr -nl.
Military and fa r ot r
Socielie-: In 'rmaton
on Foieijrn Countries,
Their killers and ( ov
ernments; Pnlar Ex
ploration : Review of
S c I n 1 1 fl c Achieve
ments; Thr 5eimic
Disturbances of 1002 (Hon t Peleej; Recon
struction of the City of New York.
ionl I iS'-vf
R. R. BLAINE'S
1CA PATTERN "ATS
ITmI will be on exhibi-
All Latest Styles... 150
Miss Archer, a (irst-class niili
ner, formerly of B. B. Fiske's,
of Chicago, is in charge of the
LADIES ARE ALL INVITED.
J. S. Acker & Co.
PHESCOTT. ARIZONA. ON THE PLAZA. Telephone 1 44.
Complete Stock of Fine Whiskysand Cordials for the Trade,
Dealer in V AHST Brewing Co.'s Milwaukee Beer.
Home Bakery Restaurant
Under New? rtanajrement.
Private Dining Rooms for ladies and families.
Board by Week $3.00 and up.
First-Class;Weals ... ROOMS BY DAY OR WEEK.
POS TANAKAt Prop.
212 Sc. Montezuma St.
Suite 4, Union Block, Prescott, Ariz.
Condeti scd Information for the
Office, the Store and the Home.
jgjw --t. i iid
Postpaid to inv address. 35c
Pulitier Building, New Yov.
Money to Loan
For BuiMing or on Improved City
Property. Low l;ites New Dayton
Plan. Interest Decreases as yon pay
State Mutual Building and Loan AssYn.
Of Lm Ancrie. Calit.
HARTINIIbLL i MNNs Agents Prescott
Nothing has ever equalled it.
Nothing can ever surpass it.
r Ol I UI'WHHund
50c & SI M
A Perfect For All Throat and
Cure : Lung Troubles.
Money back If it fails. Trial Bottles free.
HENRY BRINKMEYER Proprietor
Centrally Located Near the Hlaz.
(iood Comfortable Rooms
Table is Nicely Supplied.
And Prices Reasonable
Bakery Attached to the Hote.
PIE, BREAD AND CAKE
Delivered Promptly t All Parts i'it.i
Should mm&mm it once as the entire issue will probably be
sold by the middle of J:imi;iry. We are the local representa
tive for the sale of tln se securities and are pleased to furnish
full information IcgBftfiag s ime.
COMMERCIAL TRUST CO.,
tk CINCINNAT. S
T fi 14 Don pofurnoni
rvuietiT f. r (ioarrhi,
Mh Spt rrrtavtor rh'i i,
W.. , unnatural -li-rhru
, i r any intlanitnit-
m w urittirt. Hon, irriuttion or ucera
iTttEEvaMCHtU'r-i' ri. DITMH'. Nov Mlrtna- ii.
oiu ny i-ro"fWt.
r f-nt in plain wrapper.
f7 xrma. p rt-pa hi, nr
tLm -r I Ufttl.n. fi
i hor Bicycles $20
Thor Bicycies with coaster 25
Trinity Bicycles. . . . $40 and 55
(AH Fullv Guaranteed)
Davis Sewing Machines $25 to 45
B. TILTON'S I
J17 W. Uurlay StrMt. Praacott. ;
Pencils, Tablets, and everything necessary to fit
Out Little Folks for School at Riijht Prices for Cash.
Stationery, Furnishing Goods
Hats, Caps, Shoes, Etc., Etc
KELLY & STEPHENS.
SAM LEE'S RESTAURANT
Cor. Montezumn and Goodwin Streets.
First-Class Heal 25c Upwards
We Serve al! the Delacicies the Harket Afford
at AH Hours. l)a and Night.