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ARIZONA JOUli NAL-MINER
WEDNESDAY.. Juno 30, 1S97 QUAINT ARCTIC LEGEND. La Old Russian Story About tho Ios Tribes of Israel. Years mid years ago, so tlio logond runs, nn exiled Jow on tho "bleak wilds of northern Siberia, in an of fort to reach an overhanging branch of n tree, pieced his foot upon a log floating in tho water. No sooner had his foot touched tho log wlion it Boomod inspired with lifo and moved rapidly off, bearing tho oxilo away toward tho vast icefiolds, which woro plainly visible and plontiful toward tho north. Rapidly tho cur rent swept tho log northward, boar mg with it tho unfortunate Jow, who was so bonuinbod with fear "ind. cold that ho was unablo to for mulate a plan Of osur.po from his perilous position. For three consecutivo days and nights tho prisoner clang to tho log, passing through toworing Holds of iwjborgsnnd dashing under arches cat by the current through the slry Bcraping fiolds of ice. Out into benu tiftil sunshino our traveler ovontual. ly emerged. Tho grass was green, and tho troes woro garbed in the splendor of naturo, and birds sun do merry musioon ovory branoh. Peo ple, great in numbers, woro congre gated on either bank of tho stream, all dressed in holiday raimont of the -finest texture, but similar in charac ter to tho clothing worn by our an cestors 2,000 years ngo. Tho curronfc of tho stream ceased to flow, tho log drifted to tho bank, and tho almost famished and thoroughly frightened traveler ropoa tod for tho thousandth timo tho Hobrew words, "Shama Israel," and in uncertain manner dismounted, from tho log. ' Tho inhabitants crowded about, and, speaking in Hobrow (with which language ho was thoroughly convorsant), learned of his need of food and rest and supplied thoso wants, after whioh thoy inquired whonco ho camo and whither ho was going. Numerous inquiries woro mado regarding tho peoplo who lived beyond their circumscribed world, who in reciprocity informed him of themselves and their mcdo of living, which. h.d in nowiso changed sinco tho advent of tho Christian ora. They worked and worshiped oven as did tho Jow in auciont times, when Palestine was a garden and Jerusalem tho conter of civilization. Tho traveler learned that thoso peo plo wero tho lost tribes of Israel, who had migrated to this godly cotmfTy, led by Ihe descendant of Aaron namod Josoph, who had parsed away without leaving any defendants. With thorn thoy had brought many of 1hc vessels and orach of tho paraphornnlin of Solo mon's templo and patterned thoir oouso of worship af tor this famous Somplo of Jerusalem. Tho traveler was told that tho stream's current was active six days in tho week and on tho soventh bo camo quiot and did not movo, but as ho was a member of a difforont Mho from thomsolves ho would not bo al lowed to remain within tho country. Bo ho was placed in a boat, whioh was pushed out into tho curront, and was borno by n oircuitous route back to Siboria. Afterward ho was pardoned, returned to Russia and told his adventure. Atlanta Jowish Sentiment. "The Two Bell Signal For Storting. An explanation of tho practico of ringing two bolls to start a street car was mado by an old stroot car man, and, if not trustworthy, ic is ingenuous. Ho doclarod that when horso cars were first used hero ono bell was used to start tho car and ono boll to stop it Tho horses soon broke down. Thoy foundered at the knees, or th?ir shoulders gavo way. Every dovioo that could bo thought of was to oaso up tho strain of start ing. Spiral springs woro put on all the traces, but no good resulted. Finally a countryman who had boon employed a week as a driver sug gested that two bells boused to start tho car, and he averred that whon the horses got used to it they would aet themselves at the first ring and bo ready to pull at tho second. The plan was tried and was so success ful that it has boon in uso ever sinco. Philadelphia Record. Tho General la Ills Own Country. Sir Evelyn Wood, V. C, tolls this story: An entertainment was givon in his honor at his Norfolk homo on bis return from Egypt Among the crowd assembled on tho occasion was tho wifo of nn agricultural 1 borer. She was very eager to know Sir Evelyn Wood, and a bystander pointed him out to hor. "What, " sho exclaimed in amaze ment, "that littlo man, Gouoral Wood! Why, my owd man could clout (trash) him easily." "Never," said Sir Evolyn as ho oonolndod his story, "had I fait more humiliated in my life. " West minster Gazotto. Tarker and Miller Sentenced. From Wednesday' Daily. Parker aud Miller wero in court again this morning, this timo to recoivo tho sontonco or tho court, for ono of tho most atrocious crimes committed in this county for years, the murdor of Leo Norris. Thoso erimiuals, and particularly tho former, novor fails to draw a crowd to tho court room at ovory appearance, aud as usual tho room was crowded this morning. Parker was tho first called ou to stand up for soutence. Ho kept his eyes riveted on tho judgo during tho readiug of tho sontonco novor showing tho least sign of nervous ness or emotion. Ho was sentenced to bo hanged on Friday, August 18. Miller's sentence, in accordance with tho verdict of tho jury was imprisonment for lifo in the terri torial penitentiary. Tho general sentiment in tho community is that Miller as richly deserves the death ponalty as Parker, although the latter firod tho shot which snapped tho cord of lifo in Lee Norris' body. Tho judgo evidently entertained this same opinion as after the for mal pronouncing of sentence ho said. "And in your case. Miller, I desire to further say that it is to be hoped that Arizona may never bo cursed with a chief executive who will show you any clemoncy." Aftor sentence was pronounced tho prisoners wero taken to jail and a death watch was immediately placed over Parker, and will remain until his oxeoution unless an appeal is taken to tho supremo court. Tho men selected for this are Jeff Davis and Miles Archibald. Immediately after tho sentencing of the aboro tho oaso of Richard Cross, who shot, and killed Byron Jones, at Jerome, was called and a jury impaneled to try tho case A recess was then taken till 1:30 p. m. and at the con vening of court Cross withdrew hi? plea of not guilty and entered a plea of guilty of manslaughter aud seutonco was sot for tomorrow after noon at 2 o'clock. Tho crime committed by Cross was as atrocious oven as that of Parkor, as he lay in wait for his victim pistol iu hand ready to shoot him down on his appearance. As the crime was committed prior to tho passage of tho colebratod Nor ton act, of the last legislature, a conviction could not bo had for a greater crime than manslaughter to which he pleaded guilty. Killed for ltolnc Without Gain. A poor Mexican who did not hare two cents with which to pay bridge toll, tried to cross tho Santa Fo street bridgo without paying, yes terday morning between 1 ami 2 o'clock, and was shot and killed. The reporter could not learn tho unfortunate man's name, but he was an eldorly mau who bad remained late on this side of the riror vuiting frionds, and when crossing tho bridgo going home the guard on tho Mexican end of tho bridge called to him to pay his fare. Tho man re plied that he had no money aud started to run, whereupon tho guard shot him. The bullet took effect in tho thigh near tho groin and instead of taking tho wounded man wlmm ho could have prompt surgical aid ho was loft lying where ho fell, to bleed to death, while difforeut of ficials wero being summoned. Tho wounded man appealed to the guards to either take him to a doc tor or throw him in tho river lo drown and thus end his sufTormrr. Tho poor fellow died in a few hours. h,l Paso Times. At a Military fcxaipl nation. Officer Tho opponontsof our mil itary systom say that standing ar mios aro disastrous to tho country. Can you namo anything that is in or disastrous? Cadot Yes, a runaway army. London Tit-Bitd. Chicken KaUom. Brown Leghorns, Whito Leghorns, Plymouth Rocks, Light Brahamas, Whito Cochins and Whito Wyan dottos. oggs from any of thoso, will oe lor sale after this date. Tho Whito Wyaudottes aro the first fowls of that species over shipped into Northern Arizona, and havo a as good a record as win tor layers as the Leghorns havo during tho smn mor. All eggs are guaranteed to bo fresh. Address, J ames Howet, ap!3tf Box 106, Proscott, t riz. Natural Ice. Tho undersigned aro now pre pared to deliver nat '1 ico (o all customers at th .o of one-half cent per pound, in quantities of twenty pounds and upwards. Office and" telephone at F. E. Jones' fruit .More, Kolly Stophous block. ;n3tf Haislbv & IlAnriir. Second Seaside Excursion. Today's seaside excursion arrived from Phenix at 1:15 p. m. a littlo over two hours late. An accident, which fortunately did not provo more serious tnan to causo a uolay to the train, happened to the engine near Harqua Hala siding. Tho en gine waa completely disabled ami word was sent to Prescott for another engine. In the meaniimo the engine of the Congress Gold Company was secured and run down to tho scene ot the accident and pulled the train to Hillsido station, where it met tho engine sent from here. There wero sixty-eight excursion ists in all, being tho largest number over to leave on a single excursiou. Of these forry-fivo wero from Phe nix, twenty from Proscott and thre" from Jerome Junction. Tho west bound A. & P. train was held at Ash Fork two hours in order to make connection. A special to the Phenix RepublU cau says: "The Senate commitleo on territories has reported favor ably on tho confirmation of McCord. Tho report is signed by ton mem bers of the committee, "ono absent Senator Bate, before the committee met today, asked for further cou tinuanco to await tho arrival of papers and affidavits from Arizona, which, ho had been informed, wero on tuo way. At the close of the tho examination of Bridgeman, who mado tho latest charges, Senator JJato withdraw his request for fur tuer ueiay. uruigemau cut a sorry ngure. senator ualo, who has been counted on as opposed to McCord said aftor tho close of tho investiga tion, that ho had been made the id strumout of a conspiracy. The char acter ot tho attack on McCnrd began to be unfolded iu tho examination of Gardner, tho ox-Indian His uulightmont was corauleted bv the disgraceful oxposureof Bridge man, and ho now farors McCord's confirmation. Persons who camo in from tbp north on Sunday night said thoy witnossou aua nearu a very lunny and at tho same timo, a "terrible thing on tho train. There was a woman in tho day coach with a baby suffering from an acuto attack of cholic. Its scroams wore oar pieroing and continuous. In front of this woman another woman sat with a baby, apparently three years oiu, sua in urosses, aua with a face like a cherub'?. Ho was asleep. When tho train stopped at Congress Junction, tho yoUs of tho first baby woko tho other. Ho rubbed his eyes sleepily for a moment, aud then located tho sourco of the iisturb auco. Ho stood ou tin seat, and looking over tho back of it at the screaming baby, said with a dis tinctness that carried it from ono end of tho car to tho other. "Shot up you ." What followed was a compound of vulgarity and pro fauity that will not stand printing. Thoro was a momont of astonish ment that a three-year-old could talk so plainly and so wickedly. Then the par broke into a roar. Republican. Tho Hook and Ladder Company will meet touight. Died Worth S2t(O0O,OOO. josoph Richardson, au eccontr.o millionaire of Now York, died on tho 8th hist. Ho mado his fortune iu railroad building, aud was closely associated with tho Vanderbilts and Gould . Ho constructed Urge sec tions of the Union Pacific. Missouri Pacific, Iroti Mountain and Mexican Central railroads. Ho came as a poor boy from Eug laud. Mr. Richardson's fortuuo has been estimated at $20,000,000 Ho drossed moro liko a tramp thau a wealthy man, and lived aud died in a houso which was only five feet wide. This place has been callod tho "Spito" houso. It was built because the surrounding property ownors refused to meet Mr. Rich ardson's terms for tho narrow lot. He afterwards rof used fabulous sums for tho lit lo piece of ground on whioh his houso stood among tho tall houses on tho best part of Lex ington avenue. His greatest aver sion was to seoinvT his namo in print. Ho wan buried in a coffin ho selected thirty-two years ago, and which Jwas stored in his barn at Bridgeport, Conn. It is composed of one-inch planks cut from a big tree, especially selected by Mr. Richardsou. His greatest boast was: "1 am a working man. I want tio fuss eithor in lifo or death. Whon I die, if my coffin is lob large, fill in tho empty spaco with saw dust" Ex. The Tarker sad Millar Casta. The court room was crowded this morning on tho opening of court, those present being attractod there by tho prospective sentencing of Parkor and the expected verdict in tho Miller case. They were disappointed as to the former, and while tho jury in tho Miller case returned a verdict, it was also disappoiatiug to very many". Tho jury found him guilty and fixed his punishment at imprisonment for lifo. The jury from tho first stood eleven for this verdict to one for the death ponalty. When Parker was brought into court, sentence was deferred until aftor his trial for train robbery; Tho latter caso was called, when Parker's attorney made a motion to dismiss tho case, on tho grounds that tho defendant had already been convicted of a crime, tho penalty of which is death, and hence could not bo tried again for a capital offense. Tho motion was overruled. Friday, June 25, was set as the J A A t a uaie lor sentencing eacn oi intt prisoners. WANTED-SKVEKALFAITGFOLMKN ORl ' women totraTelforreeDOncibleeetablUbed' hooao in Arizona. Balarr $790, payabto $11; I VArfllr 1 V n1 arniiMiUM tttlri nAnaaati 'I Ileforenoo. Enclneo Mlf-addreerf itampntea veiope. Tho National. Star Building. Chicago, PEICES reduokh: O.K. FEED YARD I Q ood.CasipIHooae far Accommodation ot Traveler. O.K. STORE!! KKKPS AiPULL SUPPLY OP General Merchandise Aud Mining Supplies 4 Fut; firtttotL mrvp TO DATE GOODS.. MM BEFORE ORDERING YOUR QPIIG QUIT f OPRING I ELSEWHERE CALL AND SEE Derr AflriictirM ff ft Patent. D. 8. LAND OFFICE. I Pmbcoit, Aais., May 11, IK". I Hotic ia hereby Riven that LewiaS. Mo Lain by Jo sepli O. Perry bis Attorney in fact, whoso post office aildmi is Tucson, Arlxoas, has ma do application for a patent for fiftwn hundred linear feot oa bearing gold, aitcstein Martinez Mining District. Yavanal County. Arizona, and 9 , . . .THE. . . JOSEPH DOUGHERTY PROPRIETOR. I THE CORNER mX Dake WH0LE8ALK AND RBl'AlU IN ! I ... I III 11 iUIiUW STORE. W. W. BOSS, Proprietor a Tiie Pur eet; Grade of Medicines and Drugs Always on Hand at Reasonable Prices. rl voold mpaetfalir call the aUwtioB of tsa paaUo to my PraMriptfcw a&d Ceaatrr Onlr De arlauat, wlikh an aaauaucd by aay wmlkr Uom latal all unUr aad good abippad tfa froa obtamXioa aad wkaout asy of ta ntaal marks or otar evfcknoM f the coBtaata of n packajra. SUmaa ber th plat aad aead cUract to th CORNER DKUt STORE, f ItlCSCOTT. AMIX. DBALKll IHK&CHAND1SE! ComprilDf a Full Line of Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Furnishing Goods, Butter and Eggs, Kay and Grain, Ail the I Standard Brands of Smoking I and Chewing Teoacccs. M I MCDO IVIIINLrVU V EaTwciallr Ara asked to Giro mr llonu a I I Call and inspect Gooiia adapted to their ' I 'For Horna Use My Goods m Ex celled oy no outer Horn ALL GOODS WAKItAhTKD. To!e phone IS. BE GIF RIGHT ly piMtifti Uw Riffe! Stf d. Yoa kagw wkat rkrbt aad wrosy sd bumuii, praably fruts experienos of BUY I DRH T MTerol rim iiMd 17. smiths ban- 8KRD8 rreid COLll- ar taoaa kta Untnl to ihli dlmta aad gin the beat aatia(actq. lasMfrova, KAUU I THE m of mm You will find my prico in any jteea catalogue, so pioase soua mo your orders and I'll pa tbo post ago. Fbescott, Asizoka. Incorporated in 1877. The Oldeat Bank in the Territory. Authorized Capital, - - $100,000 Paid-Up Capital, - - - 50,000 Undivided Profits, - - - 10,750 LUMBBfi .AT. HUGO RICHARDS Pieaident E. W. WELLS Vice President M. S. HAZELTINE .Caahier ook respondents: Bask of GaUforaU BAM 9&hMClMX ymian avyu....... ...flaw lU&JL A Genera! Biikiig hmm Imsittil"! rKABTB aadlalatrapklo Kzoaaaa oa all the JL briaeloal eltlea at Lho finite Httaa K.k. j UafCollcctiona attention. of receive prompt afEicroir papers taken ears without charge; Electric Telephone No. 160. I6LARK Iff MlfA-f !, , ADAMS' I dumber Yard, PKJ3BCOTT, - - - ARIZONA Oregon Pine Lnmber, Kettwood Shingles and Lninber for Sale, flLlUB Fteeria, Rti, aad aar I ART STIC TAIlaOR And Cutter aird The Only Reliable oi the Swthwcit. Mr. DERR has just recoiyed from the llast a largo stock oi WOOLENS Something we havo nover bo- for had in tho Territory. SUITINGS Ja.O PANTDTGS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. It will be a pleasure fer custemers tt f elect a suit of Ctethts er a pair el Trousers trt-m a stick ef ds where there will b , No Chance of Disappointment ! .usisnif Ail ii nmv No. 1250. on tuunr reyod lauds, and decribed in tho official plat aad fiold aotts on file in this afllco. as follows, yix: , ... Beginning at Corner Xo. 1, identical with corner No. 1 of the location, a granite stone set 14 iaa in (ronnd, with mound cf atone and marked t l-VSQ, O. E. and from whick United States Mineral Monument Na 2, bears North 10 dec. 65 Hin. West, 257 feet; thence south S3 deg. OX Min. East, 1600 feet to comer No. 2, a granite stone marked 4 2.12S0 O. .; thence north 40 dcg. iMin. East, C13 feet to corner No. 8, a uranita stono marked 1 O.E.: tbenoo North dptr. LI Min. west. 1TO0 feet to corner No. 4, a granite Kocx in place aboye the surface, marked 4-1250 O. thence South 40 deg. 35 Min. west, 513 feet to corner i, ana place or beginning, a gran ite stone marked 1-1250 O. E. contai 17.42 acres; with maonetio Variations at i corners, 14 degrees East. Tfee location of this mine is recorded in the Jlceorder'g office of Yavapai County, Arizona, on pages S23-324. and 404 et-oq, in Book 45 of Mineii. Adjoining claimant to the north-wei it the Comet mining Claim, nnsurreyed. owned by Alex Itoss, W. D. Waters, end W. Sanford. To the Boath-west bat not adjoiaing is the Minnie and 8. T. CIeveland;no other known claims in the vicinity. All persons holding adverse claims there to are requires to present tuo asms bexore this office within sixty days from the first 1 - . I i; i a . uay ui puuticauon cereui or tney wiu do barred by virtue of the provisions of the at&tate. P. W. O'SULLIVAN, Ileciater. Joaera O. Pcaar, Attorney for Claimant First pabltcaUon llaj 12, 1877 -W PK0CLAMAT10X OP REWARD. HAEDWAEE STdi ALL ORDEKS WILL UAYE TraatTOCT or Akizoxa. I teXCCTlVJC DWAaTMXKT. j To all Wrox Tuns FxtsKrrs Siuix. Coxx I Whf man. Informiltun fmm nihinHn snnmi tua Ix.ia roodrwl by nu that James Parker. L. C Miller and CornUla (Mexican) who actt tand cliarKeit with the commiaaloa of a Crimea aad were e;h arrratod and imprlaoned tberefer in uta coanty au oi xavapu County, tua Uer. rltorr. Ami wboreaa. it bs oocie to mr knowlo ico : that said Jarnea Parker, U. C. Miller and Cor- I sell la I Maxlcati I did on the Otli dar of Mar. 1S97. I ewcapo from Uta aald jail, aud, In making their ecapc. oia muraer juee nomi, itie deputy au Now, therefore, I. lkrajamia J, Franklin, Got- snior vi ue Aerniorr oi Aruona. uy virtae ci tha DOwera&d aathontr In me raatnd. do harahr offer the following towards for tha appreho&ilon oi ua iDKiurea xrom jaiuee, nti FItb handrail dollar fur tho apprehension of aald JainM l'arkar, and hU detention In any Jail of tha Unltod S!ate. Flra hundrrtl dollar for Uw apprehanslon of aahl L. C MUIr, and hladctoatloa in any jail of the Unltod State. Two hundred and fifty d'dlara for tho appro- dotention In any Jail of the United Btatoe. in testimony whereof, 1 tiaro here , onto ant mj hand and cactd the SEAL. Urrat Beat of the Territory to bo hereunto aalxed. Duna at PhtvnLx.. tha nanitl fM .HI. M.j.A. D..18-7. ' ' " ; iirmouoTornor: B. J. FKANKLIN. ttecreUry of Arlrona PROCLAMATION OP REWARD, STOVE BOARDS I COAL HODS, "Miller" Oil Heatei Plumbing, Kooning. Pipe Work, Grrancl Prnmnf Aifpntinnl "Anil finished at (be uronor timo aud as you know by the finoat vrorkmen. JSemember that the Home Tailors are al ways the Best, John W, MEKCIJ4NT .TAILOR. (Mil TElUtlTOIiy CP ARIZONA? Kmc en To AU Whom TJo Pre 8nta Saall Come: Whsreaa, I havo received Information! from authentic sources Until una Diris and J. L. UtAtm - .Illun. .., .1.1. I. 1 . wwM, win vi uub cf i iixjtj axni real aenia oi oionare etianty, wero raardeml on or aooni Uia dixui uay or fobruary, 1637, on the Colorado riror about nixtr tnllea uorthwect of ! rvuJcman,aipoininuar mo town ot Uolvlllit, In aald conatr of Mohave, by a Piuta Indian known as "iloowv" And wheruaa. it ha nnrnn in mv VnnUi. that the peoplo of aald connty aro In constant fear of farther reorder baimr nernntmin.1 )n- eaUl Pinto Indian. Mow Thorvforo 1, Benjamin J. Franklin, Gov ernor ot tha Territory, ilu Iwoby offer a rawanl otwreoinnnareauouan. f30),tor tho appro- I hontlon of Hatd Plotd Indian knavm u "1H,i,n" and hla detention In any Jail In tho Territory of In wttnoa whotTHir, I have hereunto aat myhandaadcaoiedtho ereat iwwj eeaifi too .iwruory to bo herAiintn afllvM I. Dons atPhnntz. fhnrsnttal M .1.- .1 -r- . a r-rr.zrrT , '. fly tho Governor, . U. J. FllANKLlN, r . 11. DcrKSEOX. AmU Sec of Arizona, joltf Oeleferatio Races, Cow Boy Touraanielit, Miner'a. Tourqaraorit, Cow Boy Tournament, xvrizona Uhnrho's Wild.WtaU iu Prizes. WiitlWost Shmr, Thro Ei'hl Runninfj Baci? 911 July 3. 9LsM iuua3ti iiest. Kopor, 5o0 GmIi Second Best Ropor, $50 CmiA Broncho Buster, $50 Cash 'gtfwbbv Obstaclo Raco. fiili r-ignius mho uuuning Uaxie 500 Miuuw DrilHau Coati Committeo BEN BELCHER, P. KASTNER, M. J.HICJ VAJMJJittBlJjlV J. DILLON. Director of Amusement C. MEADOWS. Tie PrescottLDm )or Coil A: New FourHorse Power ..Gasoline En gine for sale Cheap. Ithagneyer heen in use. Apply at this office. WHOLESALE AND HCT.UIDEALEltS 111 LUMBER, SHINGLES BXf FOR SAbE! By HODGDON BROS., fUocritas. il ((1 rr ii JOB W IMI rnnrnn umn 1 MlUbfll MINK 6USTOM n MILLIN On Juno 1st we will be pre pared to receive ORE 'or concentration at our NEW MILL on tho Hassayampa River, two miles south of the Sonator bridge. This mill is tho finest and mo3t modern in its appliances ever built for tho treatment of base ores, viz: Lead, iron, zinc, etc Low grade ores, hereto fore valueless, can bo treated at our mill at a handsome profit. i?or further informa tion, call on or address Frea't. Sua Dane O. M. Co.. DOORS. SASTf T 1 n j I aUt iOVUiOililUal, Iiil DUTKQ Hotel, rreSCOtt. AriZ. Agency of th Arizona Lumber BUILDING MATEKE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION! A Foil Sapply of California Redwood klii!ir l.mlip.p Redwood and Timber C0mp.1t r. FlagitUf. atBatkoekPriaaal aad ita . THIRTYHSEVENTH YEAR, -f -y- -f j f f WORLD-WIDE CIRCULATION.! Twenty Pares; Weekly; Illustrated. Indispensable to Miniho Men. TSKZZ P0LLAES FZE TZAR. POSTPAID. MINING MD SCIENTIFIC F8ESS. 280 Market St., Saw Francisco, Cal. Doow, Windows and Blinds WE WILL WflE UNDERSOLD! CLARK k. ADAMS. J A. a. .a a-a . . . . . . . fpniSpwporlyhaaadepth of 70 foet. a drift .7. !r.l' connoted with tutinal 63 feet. 'Xapa LEDGE FOUR FEET WIDE. , VAiUABLiE. e with for poopl who woaU liko to porchaw U.U Sort of property. CALL AND EXAMINE OURS. Wa will milk o them aatiaficd. HODGDON BROS., Placentas, Arizona. BAKWHAKT'S I Assay Office! 'j w $ A. D. BARNHART, Asaayer. Jurto Btreot, ImIow Hotel Burke, PRK3COTT MINE WARNING NOTICES. lls"i w wBor, or tnateml fnmlK oftr pnrpoao, hUe beln MdJrbond or W. AMK3 M. XOKK. laaadoraifflad, ewneta of the First Homn aar dobta coatrte& lit TSd hiwhlln t hi iwiw uwu iTr Ififtao Preicott, L)eceBr25t 1. lwot)tt, Arkoaa. OolnUrtti, Miae aad Kapid f "franAlt i "ffl. -p4?J"It . Yavapai Coantv. AHtti. vLi 1 1 . I Hotel BURK PltESCOTT, trlct. Yayapai Coanty. Arizo wAt tl,. or other balatf work tf . Jacob Hxh&xs, Arizowa . Ore Company. 'All Work will Rooh? Prompt and Caraful Attention Foir . Boys! 4 pOlEniTED AT THE STATE and STAN ZA, rann ukivkiwiti a homo ohooLproMtoirlK)jfi for aojr pniyerilty n for rnwinwB. Carofnl taperriiloB. thrdr6tifth uto.i. mental and physical training. Sixth rear m w nu.unb iui, DOUU lor CAUIIOffZlS 1KA U. HOITT, Ph. D. Mutor llurllngama. Ban Mateo (Jo., CaMf WM. CLAYPOOL. - I Bsrara ot All G'jMt of Leasee ? ft KOfJOR TO STOCKHQKDBBS. THE ANNUAL MEKT1N0 OF THE STOCK boldora of tha nmvnnri v t r, u i i ; Yrr- pany. wm t twld at Ten O'olook AM., oa widniiday, July 21st, 1S97, At the ComDanv'a OfHoA In r,ui,nu in. . thopnrpoao-of acting any and all builnoM which n,.,. come Dervraannh nuni n. -'j IORES !1 Dated Jane 1th. 1897. jell-lw JAKES M. TAYLOH. a . ceorctary. Jerome HOTEL! I SATISPAC!riON O 'ARANTI3ED JgRpafB JUNCTION. tt 'Ged Accsmmowttiint pPGood Meals, JACK SIMS, . . Prop'r jpi M i.uti nnmy an HKt fine n JHhS WrlfRF 111 (ICC tlllfi iiesi loagn &;rup. Tutos Good. TJH I supplies mn Assayers and Chemists, MV' 9n,nAyM'. Sooriflew, Pnraafi.. Chemlcale, Chemioal Allparato Bal nca, Bakar A Adaawon'i C. P. Acide. We Are Importers, HaHHfgeturers Am Jobbci's. Thi Standard Fire Brick Co.. 420 1Uh a- Dm, Colo. WOttKS AT POKBLO, COLO. jelS-l HELP WANTED, A "ttVJffri IWJX," "r- Talmago'. "Th, U0 WO! baron ana "Oje Earth dlrdlod" It hla latwt Md gtl et. Demand enormona. tfmrvVwi - .T; - . . . ,lT fatnon. bookv Oal. S3.W. J!' boot; blg cL mialon. A Kttldmlan for workgrtu CrwiltclT .PwjiaW. OntfiU f rol Driu tS?i; month. Addnwa for outfit and torrJtnr7iS fL'a. SMI Market Bt.. PauUriprig 7vlmUuT, C. E. BURLINGAME'S ASSAY OFFICE ffiSSirw GOLD AND SILVER BULLION A4m. I7M ul KM Uwtmm mm, CM S FOR SALE ! rrHOBEthatwLihtopnrchafteth fi . X fldcUim.oFKer.1BnedaP! qoeetodtncalloa htm. whoa foli I wiul price. and othAr maiArI :n i .P?uc.nJr olaim. are five rinT&dTdffi Writo to Or Call TMUW wlV t . , .TC ?.ltl O Grove. Ari -wx, wain uaULiMiVIPSr'aLr t kVliKaaLV9. Mi3BiBiiatwUaV s2la VBLBMBattaaM BlKKE & H1CKEY, V MfBM - -4BJH: mi tkmp of Ui fwJntva of thk 1 "It iMbo only ahol PrOOl ilOtolin Hrivtt!, tfaV It employs nnno bt M? l-ooks in tho KitohoD. aaT-lt is liUM Ibi electricity. DIt5 table board is Wgt; ouu us tvitHjpm apart OKuitM neat and clean alvvavs. a It has a-watchman all night, thereby guaranty 2. r . i!.!.-- fiuHPrby stjcttrn iroul UU3ttj- WAHNINtt NOTICE. reepoaelhle tol n ri.lV". J" not Kllm2 L O. POWERS. Owner. WARNING NOTICE. To Whom it May Concern! ownoa Dy inonauoralSBed, wiU notWrelmon; i bio foranddebta contracted for laiES. 3I"Kff?T bTd oMSX010" 'lTr i L May 19. !W7.-Sa m uuiu- wirning Nitice: " Notice ia herebv ownore ot tliree f bJrtha of the Littl ki?1 ? other mlnlna claimi ..1 i"J4" od loy. Mineral Point mMiT d1.tri??"m9 Yti7 County. Ariiona. aid Sewlu not S rosSS for anv debt oantnt " . "PfPOiuihlQ elalmi by any perwnor r" P-jy. WX3T, IWott, Arizona. Not. 30. 1898,.HDM"8- THE. PIONEER. acfeii ail fain S Comer of Granite nd Guriov Sts.. presrott. ARB."" Botse Shoeing ami Repairiag tf Buggies, Wagons and Cowl B I Best facilities fnr Hninrr .ll 1.1..- t ? iron. Good maW! ,,.t 11". - Ictmn nn uZa , r , Ju,ia turnea out, qtiicKi. . ?Hu?.anda.SQle.ct tock of oaKhickorv aud ash ludJ The cSebSS 'feu Pm 08-'?1Ioes bont rims. Also have for ine Celebrated Schuttler Wagons, Osborne Mowers aud Extrssll JKED &. BEECHT. Pvo-b 1 taae IM ....AltUYINO. warning notice. I Passengers ami Fast. FreitfWj Emmet mbo ( ween SENATOR, CROOK CANYON, TURKEY CREBKi SSfifftS t... -MINE GLADIATOR MINE AN CROWNED KlSfl ,c rwcott mesday, Thnrsday,- SafurUaT.: Arri iniT. Vrf- Awnoy tit Ai'JPICHJX jt; KOiirNtfON. Notice 18 homhr ulvnn Ik.f . . . . m n I11UU L1III anu maohinorr will nnt tv ...m.i ' lnir mo umn nnrlni- k.j ... 1 - . uu u( 41-UO, It. CPOWEB8.