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AK1 ZONA JOU i N AL-MINER
W EDNESDAY Aug, 13, 1S97
WANTKD-SKVlittAL FAIiUFUlS UEN OK
' women to trarel for rettpomiibio vatablUhed
Louao in Ariromv. fcviUrjr KJ, poyable $15
veokly and expense. Position permanent.
Inference. Enclose eelf-addreemi b tam pod en
velope The National, Star Uuilding, Chicago.
mp7 U8-W
POLITICAL PLATFORMS.
Tba Flrtt One Waa Butlt by the Demo
cratic, rartjr In 1833.
No political purty held u national
convention prior to 1831 or adopted
a platform of principles iirior to
1832. Before these dales nomina
tions were made by congressional
caucuses and by the several legisla
tures. The anti-Masonic party was the
first to hold a national convention.
This was convened in Baltimore
Sept 26, 1831. It named William
Wirt for president, but adopted no
platform. This example was follow
ed by the Whigs, who mot in De
cember of the same year and put
Henry Clay in nomination, but
framed no declaration of principles.
It was not until tho Democratic
party met in convention, also in
Baltimore, March 22, 1832, that the
modern custom of stating tho issues
of tho campaign vas inaugurated.
In those days iioliticians wero brief.
Hero is the first national'platfonn:
lUwolvrd, That an iuleo.ua to protection to
Aiuwrtoon Industry ia Indispensable to tho pros
perity of the country, and lluit an abandon
sitmt of thujolicjr at this porkxl would be
attended with ronxsiueneuj ruinous to the
bust Interests of the nation.
Rthti. That a uniform syatem of internal
itnprovuniimtB sustained and support od by the
genetal government in calculated to hecuro, in
the highest degree, the harmony, the strength
and permanency of the republic..
Keeolved, That the indiscriminate removal
of public officer for the mere difference of po
litical opinion hi a grots iibuso of power, and
that the doctrine lately boldly preached in the
United Stated Henato that to the victoro be
long tho poils of tho vanquished is detri
mental to the interests, eorrnptins to the
anoruLt and dangerous to the liberties of the
country.
Here is tho first platform of tho
historic opponents of tho Democrat
ic party. The Whigs adopted it in
16C6, when they named Harrison
and Grangor:
Resolved, That In support of our cause we
tnviie all citlieiw oppood t Martin Van Bu
teu Hud the Baltimore nominees.
Resolved, That Martin Van Burcn, by in
triguing with tho executive to obtain Ids In
fluence to elect him to tho presidency, lias -nt
an example dangerous to our freedom and cor
rupting to our free institutions.
Resolved, That tho supi-ort we render to
William li. Harrison is by no means given to
bun holely on account of his brilliant and m!c
ceMiful services as leader of our armies during
the lost war, but that in him wo view also tho
man of hli-h intellect, the stem, patriot, un
contaminated by the machinery of hackneyed
politicians a man of the school of Washington.
Resolved. That in Francis Granger we recog
nize one of our most distinguished fellow cltl
tens, whose talents we admire and whoso
piinciples we function.
It will bo noticed that the forego
ing platform has more to say about
the personalities of candidates than
about issues or principles.
The Whig platform of 1841 em
bodied this concise declaration,
which has not boen oxcocded in
those qualities that go to mako the
model controversial document:
Reaolved, That these principles may be ram
med up as comprising a well regulated na
tlonal curtency; a tariff for rfvenuo to defray
the necessary expenses of the government, and
discriminating with .special reference to tho
protection of toe domestic labor of the coun
try, the distribution of tho proceeds from tho
aalo of publlo lands, a angle term lor tho pres
idency, a reform of executive usuriation and
generally such an ndmluUtratlou of tho affairs,
of the country as Khali imjiart to every brunch
of tho public dcrvico the greatest practical
efficiency, controlled by a well regulated and
wiao economy.
New York Mail and Express.
Two Curious Autographs.
One of the most expensive auto
graph albums 3er bought was that
purchased by Lord C'lancarty at
Paris in 1831 for the sum of 1,500.
Among these nutographs, all of
which bear the signatures of cele
brated personages, there are two
which are curious becauso of their
brevity. The first one reads:
"Mile.. Clairon has no bread. Lu
cien Bonaparte."
The other consists of two lines on
ly: "Good for 2,000 francs, payable
on sight to Mile. Clairon by tho
treasurer of tho ministry. ChaptaL ' '
The money was paid within the
hour.
These two slips of paper are wit
nesses to the fact that the claims of
want and suffering were recognizod
by tho French government, oven
during the most turbulent times of
its existence.- Youth's Companion.
Indian Town Are Cyclone Xrtof.
"People out west," observed a
Kansas congressman, "have learned
n number of tilings from tho Indi
ans, and many of them are of value.
Probably tb& most valuable have
been in the matter of cyclones. Wo
have learned that whenover a city or
town was built on the site of an old
Indiun settlement it has been free
from any of tho cyclones which
have now and then come along in
the western country. These towns
which are located thus fortunately
UftO their Indian origin as an adver
tisement and as a guaranteo for set
tlement Tho cyclone insurance com
panies will insure a policy on
houses in an Indian settlement town
for one-third tho prices they charge
for similar policies in othor sec
tions." Washington Star.
The Difference.
Of course it is an ingrained con
servative, and a cynic into tho bar
gain, who asks, "What is tho differ
ence between Mendelssohn and tho
average young American compo
ser?" and when people give it up
anBwers,"One composed songs with
out wordB and the other composed
songs without music," and walks
sway chuckling. Boston Transcript
A remarkable freak of lightning
occurred last Saturday at Seligmtn.
It had been raining around on the
hills duriug the day but no rain had
fallen in town. About 4 o'clock in
the afternoon a blinding flash of
-Jjghtniog struck the railroad yard?,
where several hundred men wero at
work, with a deafening roport, and
knocking every man down. When
they recovered from the shock it
was found that two mules had been
killed and the driver partly para
lyzed in the lower liinbs. Another
titan who had received a severe
shock recovered sufficiently to re
sume work in a abort time. When
he quitting hour arrived ho mechau-
IT!
The Sickest Piece of Sluicing Ground Ever Uncovered and Where Every
One Can Locate a Bonanza of Yellow ffnggets.
iss""""
Big Granit 3 Boulder Goods Tumble Over in Price and With the Collapse There is Such PLiyelj
Rush that the Old and New Tinier Believes the Boom Has Hit 'Em.
Don't Get Excited, hut Just Call Around and See my Modern Quartz ill ill Pulverize Prices and tlion Glance at the People's Concentrator Keap the Pro
ceeds, Talk About a.Smelter to Throw Money Loose, why Such is Sheer Nonsense when Ifou Compare it to
BLOCK'S Gigantic Reduction Works.
NOW IN DAILY OPERATION AT THE OLD STAND ON MONTEZUMA STEEET.
GLANCE AT THE PRICES BELOW AND THEN CALL
500 suits worth S10. S12. S14.
16 ami 18 per suit go- (tfr r A
ing at ?5W ,OU
T300 suits, worth S6 50.S7.5'J aud
9.00 per suit are going .1 r-
1. I tj
at
"f00 nnirs of thn iifitwl Paraffin
tailor made pants worth 5, 6 and
7 per pair are now going Q
jS 250 prs of tho celebrated Sweet
Orr & Co.'s 3.50 .Pants are 9 r f
going at wOU
tfsy200 nrs of tlin celebrated Sweet
Orr & Co.'s 8.00 pants are tf) AA I
gihig at
100 pairs of pants which aro
ijood value, at 2.50 are going EjQ
C"Otir entire lot of 1.25 Sweet,
Orr & Co.'h working pauts aro rrr
going at Iv
Wo have a fino stock of Now
Stylo Fedora Hats, in Black, Brown
or Cedar colors, worth 2.50 -J nr
which aro going at 10
Now Shapes in Stiff Hat?, that
are worth 3.00 aro going Cy QQ
A verv nieh lino of $1.00 KA
npitohara So t vttt n ITnr t . .'JUU
gW Fino lino of Hnnd Msdo Cord
ovan, Calf Skin and Ivangaro Men's
Shoes, worth 5, which are Q fTK
goiugat O 1 0
Alfioalinnor3CaU Skin shoos
for $2, and a fine 250 shoo J iyg
Wna a few O Id Lota of SI 003
which wo aro offering peri (()
pair at .IJ
ED. BLOCK,
The Legitimate
One Price Cash. Clothier.
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA:
"Wo also have a verv lariro new
Stouk of Suits and Pants for Bovs, 3
to 18 years of ago, which will be
closed out during this sale. As the
school seauon is near at hand avail
yourselves of this opportunity.
All Goods are i KV, FKESI1 AiD DESIKAISfE, NONE THAT AKE SHELF WOKiV
This is illOT an Unloudin Sale, but a Downright Slaughter.
ically put his hand into his vest
pocket to get his watch, but it was
gone. He wont to the place where
be had fallen and there lay his
watch. It had boen melted into a
molteu mass. The man was burnod
across tho breast by tho electric
tluul, but uo other evulouco was vis
,ble of his narrow escape from sud
leu death. Mohave Minor.
Diatrlct Court l'rocnmllnc.
Thursday, August 12 Alfred Car
rigan vs. G. W. Hull. Domurror set
for hearing Aug. 13.
The History Co. vs. J. W. Dough
ertv. Bo-sot for Aug. 14.
B. F.Thompson vs. D.M. Ferry et
al. Demurrer sot for xug. 13.
Frank Smithlino vs. Leo Gold
man. Re-sot for Aug. 14.
Chas. Milo vs. Same. Re-sot for
Aug. 14.
Fraser & Chalmers vs. Big Four
G. M. Co. Case moved on calendar
and question of jurisdiction set for
hearing Aug. 14.
Win. R. Allen vs. Jonnings.
Case tried and submitted.
Mary Cantwell vs. Hill C. Moore
et al. Case adjusted aud settled
without trial.
Recess until 10 o'clock a. m. Aug.
13th.
United States court mot aud ad
journed. Friday, Aug. 13 Wm. R Alln vs
Jennings; judgment for plaintiff.
J. E. Walker vs S. J. Fleming;
motion for judgment on the plead
ings sot for hearing August 16.
13. F. Thompson vs D. M. Ferry;
domurror to complaint argued.
Saturday, Aug, 14 Mrs Gertrude
Stull vs. Commercial Mining Com
pany; case moved on calendar.
Alfred Carrigau et al vs. G. W.
Hull, demurrer to complaint ar
gued. Saturday, August 14 Micharl
Manning vs Bort Morton; judgment
for plaintiff for 11U 38, aud attach
ment lien foreclosed.
Mondav, August 16. Chas. Molo
vs. Leo Goldman; demurrer sus
tained and actiou dismissed.
Frank Smithlino vs. Lio Gold
man; same order.
Luke Flemiug vs. E. A. But ler et
al; case placed 011 calendar aud de
murrer st for hearing Aumist 17.
J. .1. Br oliS vs. Bundy Gold Min
ing Company; sot for trial Septem
ber 14.
Torritory vs. John F. Covle; on
motion of district attorney, indict
ment dismissed and dofendant dis
charged and his bail exonorated,
Fra7.nr & Chalmors vs. Big Four
Gold Mining company; plea to ju
nsdiction and demurrer woro ar
gued and submitted.
J. E. Walker vs. S. J. Fleming;
motion for judgmont on the plead
ings aigued and submitted.
A now law in regard to marriago,
wh'ch wont into effect in Now Jor
soy on the 1st iust., will certainly
not bo gratifying to prospective
grooms and brides, who, while not
residents 111 that state, may nave
have thoir reasons for wishing to be
married in it. In brief, tho groom,
in the presence of tho county clerk,
must give to the brute all informa
tion concerning his business, and
the bride must toll the bride gioom
all about herself, whilo both must
answor uino questions and produce
witnesses to answer ton more ques
tious. These relate to tho ante
cedents of the parties, tholongth of
thoir courtship, whether engage
ment is public; how long it has con
tinued; whether either has over boon
married before, and if so, what has
beconiH of tho previous Hpouso, etc
Until these questions are answered
under oath and verified by wituessos
no license will bo issued. Tho pur
pose of the law appears to bo to
prevent irregular marriages.
Phoenix is enjoving a small sized
building boom. Tho Ho rah i states
that forty uow residences aro now
in process of erection.
SCIasi.Mel
WHOI'KSAIjK AN1 UKTA1L
DBA1.KU IN
fll
R)
1
Mb
MERCHANDISE
Comprialng a Foil Line of
Groceries, Boots and Shoes, !
Furnishing Goods, Butter and
Eggs, Hay and Grain, All the '
Standard Brands of Smoking
and Chewing Tobaccos.
MINERS
Kpeciallr Aro ankod to OIto my Ilonne a!
Call mnil limited UikkIs lulaptni to thoir '
Wort.
For Home Use My Goods are Ex
celled by no Otber House.
ALL OOOD3 WAIUtANTKD.
TelophonolD.
.TJE-IE
BANK 0
I
Pbksoott, Arizona.
1,
Incorporated in 1877. The Oldest
liank in tho Torritory.
Authorized Capital, -Paid-Up
Capital, -Undivided
Profits,
$100,000
50,0)0
- 10,750
H0GO RICHARDS President
E. W. WELLS Vice President
M. B. HAZELTINE Cashier
OORRKSPONDENTS;
Bank of California. HAN FUANCJBCO
LaIiIUw J rt MEW YOUK
Tho Onion National liank...., CHICAGO
Hoatuiou'e Hank , BT.LOIUH
A Geoer&l Baokieg Business Transacted.
DRAFTS and Tnleipapliin KrchanKoun all the
principal cjtioa of the OnlUxl tiutea bonM
and goUl.
fjSF Collections recoivo prompt
Bltentiou.
Escrow papers taken care of
wittiout cnargo.
Kloctricl elephoneKo. 1 00.
.nil Tnfl.Atn.Lt nt. - ! I - A .11 ff.,
jjent business conducted for Moot pari: ftSf.
(JOuROrriccicopposiTC U.S.PTCNTOrncc
land we can secure patent in ess time titan those
remote from ashington.
Send model, drawing or phnto., with dcicrip
tlon. Wo pdise, If patentable or not, free of
charge. Our fee not due till patent if secured.
A Pampmlct " how 10 unuin iaicnis," witn
cost of same in the U.S, and foreign countries
seni tree. uuress,
C.A.SNOW&CO.
Opi. Patcnt OfPICt, Wachincton. D. C.
WARNING NOTICE.
To Wham it May Concern:
Notico i hereby pi von that tho llldrton Trcs
ura mlnlnir olnlm in lllaok (Janvnn tllatrln'.
nwnal by tho umlorHiKaMl, will nut lm iwnnnsi-
diu lorano iom cuiitracpeii lor i,iMirpr utiinr
wiso by parliM worklua eamo andor Imuo or
bond orithrwln, C M, OUItlN.
May 19. Ib07.-3m
IffiTS SCHOOL ! !
For . ISoys!
t CCHEniTKI) AT THK STATU and 8TAN-
FOItl) UNlVKHKlTira. A tiriit!la
.ornn Kchool, prcparinK boya for any Univernity
t for bubiuofui. ( '-am fill snpervinion, thoronKu
ni'.-al, mrutal and physical t rainlnjr. Sixth year
wins AuKiit 4Lli. timid for ratAloirne.
lltA Q. 1I01TT. Ph. I. Master
UqrUujfBfjie, Han Mateo Co., Uallf
No. JW57.
Application for a Patent.
U. 8. LAND OFFICE, I
l'BicscoTr Antr.f Ang. 4, 1K)7. . J
Notice is hereby RtTen that Alox O.
iltodio nnd II. 8. nn liourcn, whoMt jwt
ufllce nddri'ae ia l'ropcott, Arizunn, hnfitbiH
day filed Iiir npplionl ion for a jwitent for
fi.lW linenr feet of the Prown 1'oint, SilvtT
KitiK. Yankee Hoy And Yankee. Girl lulno
or vein bearing KOld and silver, with sur
fnco ground six (IM0) hundred feet in
width, Hitnated in lilnck ltock nnd Cnstlo
Creek mining district, county of Ynvajmi
nnd Territory of Arizona and designated
by the field notes and official nlnt on file in
ihiBotllco na Runo' number l.VfiU, approxi
mately in Township U, north rnngo 21, went
of the Gila nnd Salt river meridian, said
survey No. 1 ,'.'") being ns follown, to wit:
cuowm ix) i xt uonx.
Beginning at Aoutheast center end initial
roon. which ia also initial mou. of tho Sil
ver King lode. Thence S 25 deg. V-0 min,
W :W0 ft to cor No. 1, U. S. L. M. No 1,2X.
lira 8 70 deg, 40 min. E i,'.'44 2 ft; thence N
31 deg f8min, w 1528 ft to cor No 2:hcn(on
25 deg, 30 min, E :S00 ft to northwent ceu
ter end COO ft name course to cor No 3;
thonco 8 34 deg. M min, K l,3i8 ft to ror
No. 4. WndeB Peak, lire N deir, W alout
a miles; thence 8 2ii deg, SO min, W JUX) ft
to southeast center end, the plnco of begin
ning containing 15.92 acres.
SILVIK XIKO IODK.
beginning at touth cast center end of
Silver King lodo, which is hIko northwest
center end of the Yankee Hoy lode; thence
aaiieg,;iunun, w tw ft to cor no. i, u,
H. Jj. M. No. lro li. It, D. brs N 7 deg
ft min. W 34.4ft: thence N K dec. r8 min
w 1.4M ft to cor No 2: thonco u 25 deg. SO
min, o 300 ft to northwest center end inttta
mon.,(iOu ft Hamo course to cor. No,
thoncesM deg.ramin, e l,4.vs ft to cor
No 4: thence a 25 deg, 30 min, w 300 ft to
se center end, the place of beginning, con
taming vj.'M acres.
YANKEE BOX LODE.
Itetrinning at nw center end initial mon
tbenco 8 2.1 deg.SO min, w SCO ft to cor No
1. O. S. I. M. No. 11. It. D bra n
deg, C min, w 384.4 ft; thonco n til deg, 28
nun, o l,lol ft to cor Ho 1'; thence n 25 deg,
30 nun, e J 00 ft to center of shaft, whicl
is tho so center end of Yankee Hov nnd
initial imint of Yaukeo Girl lode of this
survey, 000 ft snroo course to cor No. 3
thonco n CI deg, 28 nun, w 1.1H1 ft to cor
No. 4; thence a 25 dog.SOmiu. w 300 ft to
nw center end, tho plnco of beginning con
taining acres.
TANKKF. Qlnb LODE.
Hfoinnini? nt center of shnf t nn thn con
tor end of Yankee Hoy nnd Yankee trirl
lodes: thence s 25 deg, 30 min, w 300 feet to
cor No. 1. u. 8. Li. M.. No, 1.2; B. It. I).
bs n 4$ dog, 54 min, w 1,440.1 fti thenro s
(St dea, 1& mm. o 1.ISJI ft to cor No. 2. Van
Ueureu renx, tirs n in ueg, x mm e: thonco
n 25 dea, W min. o w) ft to so center end
GOO ft saino oonrso to cor No 3: thence n C3
deg, 15 min, w 1,183 ft to cor No 4: thenro
h 25 deg, 30 min, w 300 ft to center of shaft
tho place of beginning survey of exterior
boundaries, comnining 10.23 acres.
Magnetic, variation 14 deg, 7 min e, con
tainitiR G8.34 acres.
The location of thismino is recorded in
tho recorders otllco of invnpni county,
Arizona, in books nnu j ui pnges fL"U,t;3i
u nnu uw. liioamoning aaims are on
tho east. Golden Fleece: on tho south bv
tho Noltio, Hillsido and Divido nnd on tho
north by the Auce and Delta and on the
wept end by Ix-onar, Georgo Curtis nnd
L II. McLIwain, clnimanls of Golden
fleece and Alex O. Krodiennd H. 8. Van
Buren. claimants Nellie. Hillside. Divide.
Alico, Delta and Lconor.
Any ana all persons claiming adversely
any portion of said Crown 1'omt, Silver
King, Ynnkeo Hoy nnd Yankee Girl mi no
or trarfneo ground nro required to file their
nu verso claims witn tuo KoRisier of tho
United States Inud oilice at rrescott in im
Territory of Arizona during tho sixty days
ucuuu ui uuuiicnuoii uereot. or inov win
uo narrou uv virtup or mo iirovisions or tii
statqtp, FItEDEHICK A. TltlTLE.Jr
Kegistor.
First publication Aug. ll.
in
For Homeless Boys,
The Earnoat (!hrintlan. waaIcIv. Ulonntji voar
Denrnr ('olonuln. ix iloTotixl to tlm ntibnllilinir
of lirlgliUiide, a ureal indoatrial training rehitol
or iiomeieaa ana nemocitm Utyn. Tlii-re are BU
uu noy iraropa in tlie united Htatee and llrialit
lua li wo oqit acnooi ouonntf mnm hnmn
ucaiionana manaai training. -on heir
Warning Notice.
Natico ia hereby civea that tho nndoraicnoii arn
ownor of three fourth Of Uio Littlo KiiiR, and
ntner rnlnlnc eialma aitnatcl In lmomimo Val
Mineral
Irr. Mineral l'ulnt mininir
Couuty, Ariiona, and they will
mining district.
nut lie ri
for any dobt contracted against Mild
Yavnpat
hie
ut bo roDpunni
nil Mild minim.
elairoa by any person ur porsonn.
11. Vt, WEST.
J. V. llEMIMOKn,
J. N. HniKlEBH.
recott, Ariiona. Nov. 20, 18SM.
WARNING NOTICE.
Nntlrn in hnrflhv irirnti fhit.lhn Mnilnl mlnrntml
the MimIoI plantar rlaim, liratftl in Weaver Min
ing UUtrlct. Yavapai Connty, Ari-nna, will nt
m
Tinn nmn i n
Utt m ! !
Tho UNITED VERDE
COMPANY at Joronio,
Arizona, will rocoivo
bids for !
10,000 TO 15,000 PEELED STULLS
Straight, of Rood sound
Timber. Diameter at
small end to be 9 inche?,
10 inches aud 11 inches.
Slulls to bo 1G feet iti
length. Samo to be de
livered at Jerome Junc
tion or at Davis Statiou
on line of U.V.&P. Ry
Bids will bo received
until August 17th, 1S97.
mi
itio company reserves
tho right to reject any
or all bids.
UNITED VERDE COPPER CO.
7-17-1 ra
MJMBBfi
.AT..
LARK
ANL
ADAMS'
.Lumber Yard,
pjir.sco'orx ... aii2ona
Oregon Pine Lnniber,
Redwood Sliino-les and
Lumber for Sale.
pUMt Kloorin. Raattc, aad any Dtmasalon o
V HerchanUbU L.ambr. BhlnslM and Lib
aiUodtockl'riOMl
Booi-s, Windows and Blinds
WE WILL mt BE UNDERSOLD !
CLARK & ADAMS.
.2,000
BUSHELS OF.
CHARCOAL
MINE WARNING NOTICES.
l'roecott. Arizona. TWmlr 53 im.
Notloo in hftvby Klti-n that Ui HiicltPyt) Minn,
Turkey ('rn-k miulnKdintrlct. Yatapai connty,
Arizona, will not bormponiiible for aLy dobta
coninu'tnl for ialx.r, or material furnirhed. or
uuipr pnnxwo, vriiuo uoini? woritMl nnilrr bond
nriPaso. 41. UUlth.
ThonndnraiiniMi, owner of Urn Firat Home
mtninR claim, located in Biff Haf district hcnby
rItii notico that Umy 1H not I rwp'iiltlo for
any debta cm tract oil aRainxt naid mino whilo the
xarne ia ueirut worsoa under bond or Joaae.
y. It. HTKKH,
BAitAii triSa
FnMMott. Decemqer 2J, ib95.
Pmcott, Ariaona, Octobnr Wh, 1095.
NoUco la hcrphr (riren that the lUpid Tramlt
Mine and Itapid 'IVauiiit 1-Ut Mlne.TU-er HIb
trict. Yavapai (kantr. Arizona, will not K
rwponnililii for any dobta contracted for iaUir. I n r,.
or matnrial furnlhliwl, or othor purpose, while Caro Sherman HOUSO. Prescott. Ariz
bel&C Work,'ndfir bondnrlnun. I .nn.im, niu
JAOOB HkMXLK,
For sale at
22-CeDts Per Bushel
. FOItl),
WEBEE
Gasoline , Hoistimr . Ed
suiesi
4 Btf
D. K. Srniiu.
w
it
WM. CLAYPOOIj.
It
Arizona . Ore
Company.
Dnyers of All Claaaeii of
It
IiPBsee
W T
SUPPLIES FOR
I Assayers and Chemists.
Mnfflea, Crnr.iblos. Bcorifiora, Furnaces
ChomicalB, Chomlcl Apparam. Hat
ancoH, llakor A Adamaonra t) l Ao,i
Wo Aro Inworters. Mftniiriii.
And Jobbers.
The Standard Fire Brick Co.,
42917th Ht.. TjouTnr rin,
W0KK3 AT PUEULO COLO. ii r.
IfOEES!
Sx1 TISFACTTON
G 'A R ANTE ED
BAKiVHART'S
kwVWi- M1.. .x .
II Assay Office!
M4.ia.J. w... w T
X tt r m -w- I --f--
Jerome MUTElj a. d, barnhart, aisajoh
I Juno Htreot, below Hotel Durke, IPRE8COTT
JUUUAli JUINCJTION.
This cut represents our 10, 15. 20, 30, 40, 50 H. P. Geared Hoist.
Wo also build Binlo and Oonble Drnrn I "obtinK Enjnnr-H. both 0irtd or Krictinn, awl fnraisi
Wire Itopo. Oro HnrkotK. Car, rJJ.ivPf, etc.. nakinp r.mijihtc outfit. "WKI Kli'Mioiftei M
Kn-innee um tlaoollno, Knptha, DistilLito. for fuel. Thoy cm Im ncd underRround or ocUwdBp
SAFE ! STIFF ! STKONG!
Sam'l Hill
HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.
i'UANK M. JIUUPUY,
President.
MOUIUS (lOLDWATEll,
Vico IVftjidont and Caehier.
jCVGood Accommodations
jfJT-Good Meals.
JA0K8IMS. . . Prop'r
All Work Will Tlnnn! TCI
JJrompt and Careful Atteution
THE PKESCOTT
NATIONAL BAM
Paid op Capital, - - - - $100,000.
Surplus and Undivided Proats, 9 25,00O.
TtiKTtzcyr ou.s.
FllANK M. MURPIIY. MOnillS OOLDWATER. , L. KISnEK. K. N. PREDE1UCK3
W. C.BA8I1FOIID, D M. FEHHY. OpIIN a HEUNDON.
lUKumnct,
ASSAYING
Notice !
To Whom It MirPimmm. m. .
mino and thn fll ftlu.. n,Ino in M.rlZ
indinrict. will not bo 18nnllin?.!.
contracted for labor tir uthorwite by
uuuor oona or olliorwifo.
J,(i1x!.K OLlEN
JAWEH it EES.
D. P. KAYNOR, M. D.
Chemist aud Assavor.
Corner of alloy first door
Congress House.
ytr Correct returns guarontfed
Office
west of
HELP WANTED.
WARNING NOTICE.
Notice I horebv irlvnn that .
and machinorr will not h i.iVir5" Pin
contractod. labor or othemibTlt Iwwor
ing tho samo under bond or lease.
t. O. POWERS
E. E. BURLING AME'S
A OKNT8 WANFED lor Dr. Talma'. "Tho
U l-jtrth Hinllcl." or Ida famonn tcinr rr....,.t
mo world, a tnruiinu atory of Bavaeoand bar-l ICClir Anmn .
lrou land. Four million Talmase Uwka aoldT AoSAY 1 IFFICP ND CHMCJ.
and 'rrho Earth (Hrdled" ia hin latwt and VrSat- V LABORATORY
'Uioun. ETf-rybody wants thia u'l"D'nca la Colorado, l&x. Samnlo. ..
y f 3.50. lliir ImhiIct hl erm I axprcM will rccislvA timmn, am.. - . X wan or
unntr. Ari-ona. will m.t. mixdion. A cold mino for worknrs. fTrtwUf Inni n . aiienilon.
bo rpspoDfdbla for anv debU for labor, matnrijil frolKhtaRU prt'ikaid. Onthtafroo. I)riill f i-... I UULU Allll Ml VPD Dili I iiv
or other purposes, contracted whilo saidclaima and aoll tho king of books and naakH 300 per Ralaarf. j . . uu-L.Ui
are unuer Dona or leaao. monui. nuunwa xor outni ana territory. 1'ro I .. or ritrchiiaif .
rata, t' mt HH LmtM. 5i u--
i iMtnicc UNA
mltm2
lL C. TOWERS. Owner. flk's, SU Market Ht., I'bUadulphU, 1'a.iaimaW 1 AUnta.
A General "RanlfincrTtnoJ
ForoiRii Countries.
Aronoy Sont by Telegraph.
"Gold Dust aud Bullion Bright.
Escrow Papers Takon Ca nf Wli.linilf P.ln-i
Collections Made on Fav rablo Terms aud Promptly Remitted
He Solicit ' our Business
Which will Have Careful Attention.
FOCDuI MacMnelhop
Castings of all Kinds in Iron or Brass.."
Machine repairing a spocialtv.
MILL and MI3SJXNG- MCHIjSTEBY
V..O. Bo40H. UQ6NIX, AlUZUNA. 3TANUAUU UtON WOUK

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