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ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNALMlNER.
Established ."larch 9, 1864. The Pioneer Paper of Arizona
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 13, 1001
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Strenph is one of trie distinguishing
Hrituitt-. of hc-ilthy man. In one of
the most Ivr-autiful poetic flights known
to literature, th- inspired singer finds no
finer figure to express the sun's majestic
rising than "rejoicing like a strong man
to run a race.
Who has not known such a man, the
picture of health, hardy and athletic,
uddenl v begin to f?il At first he
Has a slight cough, which he laughs
pjm,.y.,., w, ....... ,Vese-tly ,7 Womes
Ix months I 50 I aw-ated The scales tell him he is losing
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Diseases of the Eye and Ear.
CAiPBELL & JOB,
Attorneys at Law.
one ftnilding. PRF.WOTT AR.'Znv
ill practice in all OmMbujI Arizona.
A U 1 . 1,1-1,
U.S. Deputy linera! Surveyor, Civi!
Surrey of mning claim sawsalty; i.inr.i
pal and railway survey. Irsiraa. aactfci
tionsatd superimemlan ( :i neincrin
Office Rooms loan J io. Lawler Block
Telephone. ( Ini , Lis.
E. M. SANFORD.
Attorney -at-Lav, rescott, Arizona
Ofnce in the Otis huildiin?. East -lde of plaza
R. E HORRISON.
Attorney and Coun-elrr at Law.
OIBcer, over the ParavraaU K! -ciric hHi
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COLLINS & ALTMAN,
Attorneys and Counselors -at -Law.
Prompt attention given to bustaaa of a":
kinds. Will prsxjike in ail eaarH (Mat
Head block, aw Ue it.fp. e. Pr- -
Bed vavi Officer in the Lnion
0verook's Jewelrv Store.
HavinBfcovM fnnaatic Haw'sim . i Kiel,
s-d- bfflMJng. vhrrWjai bad offices v.itli
Jude Hiarkin- for 'I Tasi c - vr
Carelul attenttoa ariil be trTOartn drawing nat
ent and mining papers. Vsrwaarl-. convey
ancing and prae-.foe in t' mr
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flesh A little Liter and the lnmrs hi
H grows weaker and more and more
emaciated. Each day sees some circum
cribing of his activities, until at last he
does not leave the house, and friends
hake their heads and say, "Poor fel
low ! Who would ever have believed it
But what are the doctors doine all this
time I Doing their best probably, but
usually doing no lasting good. The
emaciation grows more marked, the
weakness more apparent, until at last the
aick man hears the sentence, "There's
It is just at this very point of hope
lessness that the use of Dr. Pierce'a
Golden Medical Discovery has proven
the first step to health to many a suf
ferer It cures the cough, stops the
hemorrhage, heals the lungs, puts sound
tlesh upon the body, and sends the man
back to the activities of life as strong as
ever. It's a wonderful statement, but
it is literally true, that "Golden Medical
Discovery" has cured time and time
gain when all other means had abso
lutely failed to henefiL
There is no alcohol in the " Discovery,"
nd it is absolutely free from opium, co
caine, and all other narcotics.
Persons, suffering from disease in
chronic form are invited to consult Dr
R V Pierce, by letter, free. All cor
resi'denee is private and the confi
deuces of the sick are guarded with pro
fessional privacy The success of the
methods and medicines of Dr. R. V.
Pierce, may be inferred from the fact
that of the thousands treated by him
and his assistant staff of nearly a score
of physicians ninety-eight per cent have
beeu perfectly and permanently cured.
"A SURE CURE."
I heg to state that I have used three bottles
of rr Pierce's r.olden Medical Discovery- since
my correspondence arith you. and find great
improvemen! in my rase.- writes Mr A P
Kovotny. of Sew York. N Y . Box 1437. -I feci
that I am in need of no more medical assist
ance When 1 started to take your medicine
I hart n regulai consumptive cough, of which
I was afraid, and everylodv cautioned and
warned' me concerning it' I was losing weight
rapUly. was very pale and had no appetite
whatever Now my condition is changed en
tirely. I do not cough at all. have gained eight
pounds in weight, have recovered my healthy
color and my appetite is enormous I can rec
omtnrnd vour medicine to everybody who may
be in uc-d of the same, as it is a sure cure, no
huml'tot as are mist other patent medicinea. '
and 1 far superioi lo all similar medicines " I
THE DOCTOR WAS WRONG.
"Whru I commenced taking yotii medicine,
eichte-! months npn. my health" was mmpletrlj
bnikrti down." writes Mrs Cora L SunderUna.
of ChH;irvvillc. CaKrrt Co. Md "At times I
coiii. 1 tioi rvrn walk across the room without
pain ;n my chest. The doctor who attended
McCABE HAS TAKEN ON ITS OLD TIME
PROSPEROUS CONDITIONS, THE
MINE HAVING NiW A FULL COM
PLEMENT OF NINERS.
The McCabe Extension Prosecuting
Work Vigorously With Bright Prospects-Work
Also Being Pushed
on All the Claims of the
Description of its Construction
ment. Its Value to Prescott The Men
Who Have Carried the Enter
prise to Completion.
Articles of incorporation were filetl
ONTARIO GROUP "?Z&S1F&
company proposes to operate is located
: near Altar Mexico, and they think
they have a second Cobre Grande
j . a j-v mine. The principal place of busi-
L,e(15re lUt III KUnninOT a nessof the company is Jerome, where
- " Jir.KK, r .1 I :i 1
.'' 01 iuc muck v,u suiKscriiieu
laafore the company was incorporated.
The stock has been placed on the
market at $1.00 per share. Work
will be commenced at once developing1
the property and it is expected a
smelter will be put on it very soon.
The Verde Queen Copper company
has reached the point where thev
Hundred Foot Tunnel
Are Rich in Gold, Sil
ver and Copper.
3 nrJ Tenuity . . . claim a mine, and sav that they wil
ana equip- Red Rover Group Adjoining Also Coming to ZA1,
The Journal Miner editor is in
(leltfl to Judfre Reese M. Lintr for a
Amonp the long list of splendid being the ladies entrance to the
and matniificant buildings of various K room from the street, loth.
the Front With a Showing of Fine ore.
Properties Located on Great United
Verde Mineral Zone.
characters that have sprung up almost t,l,u,a ls ""i the 1'ostal telegraph
, n -i. : , , coiiipanv s omce, a cigar stand
as if bv majnc in Prescott since that 1 1.1 fc. ,K ...
. . M as U'll I II f. I' IIIIII Ilt'Il' Kl) K lit-)-
visit to the ildabe mining camp, j terrible conflagration on the Uth of nipulated all the lights of the house
The camp has lieen noted for years as j July. 1900. there are none thai standout A large indicator which is connected
one of the most active 111 the countv. ! in irreater urominenee or liesmtv than wlth every room bv a double ca
but during the past few months itltw. ., . u 1 u 1 u- 1 n u
i.-- T- a " .. .. . .. .' : the mem Hotel Burke, which will lie
has dounled up 111 aetivitv and if Ml. - ..
were locatetl in Colorado". Alaska or formally thrown open to guests this
almost any place outside of Arizona ! evening at 5.-.10 o:clock when the lim
it would be designated as experieuc- ing room doors will lie thrown open
ing a boom. ., f hl. c , ,iiniwr rvMi
Dunngthe past week the Model u , ' . ,
Mining companv. which recentlv pur-, " hen the th"lsil"(ls of people who
chased the McCabe group of mines. stooa helpless on that memorable
MM increased its force to between J night and saw the hungry flames rfe-
Rg from the bottom of the shaft
: north about Hfteen feet, an oxide ore
was found and at this time they have
gone in on it twenty feet ; a cross-cut
i of twentv-six feet has not reached its
limit. There is no intention to boom
the Verde Queen, the policy of the
management apparently being to dis
courage such practice, but from the
many sources which such news perco-
that the at
A Solid Body of Sulphuretts En
countered in the Tunnels.
Which Proves the Mine
Beyond a Doubt.
companv s omce, a cigar stand and the Ontario group
Wm. Nelson. W. YY. Muuds and A. C.
Burmister, but which is under bond
and is lieing worked by Chicago cap
italists. This is the property of
which D. M. Martin is superintend
ent. He is pushing development
work rapidly and has a cross-cut tun
nel in now for a distance of '2(K) feet.
homing is MMMJ made in Jour miles from the celebrated Copper oV thmwe
o group of mines, owned bv C hu"f aml lron Klllc.' mlnes- the for- more satisfactory conditi
A Larjre Block of Stock Will be
Offered to Eastern Investors.
Slight Change in its
teni. is just back of the count r.
Through this a liell may rung in
any nxim and touch buttons in each
room enables one to summon from
the office one of the uniform bell Ikjvs
who are constantly on hand, day and
Leading off from the rotunda on
1. .. ..A it. Si ,
1 nr ouiu is me reauing nxim. wriere
mer lieing worked by A. Hendv and is of good quality and every indica
te latter bv W. A. Clark and J. L. tion points to its abundance. The
Giroux. The claims are very prom- .blowmg in of the smelter means addi
, . . . tional work and more business for the
ising so far as development .work Jerome merchants.-Jerome Reporter.
nas ix-en none and trive every indi
cation of making a big property.
Win. Nehon and W. V. Munds
own another group called the Red
at which point it is 12.r feet below the Rover, adjoining the Ontario, which
With regard to a location upon a
lode discovered on a tunnel, the laud
Parties who have recently visited
Jerome, have had their enthusiasm
were never io a worked up to a pitch bordering on ex-
inuu. iur ore 4 .1 . . -
i 11' uir-iu uci , ur ircrui ninar ui LJ
per ore made by the Venture Hill
Mining company. The strike is con
sidered the most important yet made
in that district outside of the United
Verde mine. Xot only is the enthusi
asm shown by parties who are not
. ittii'.i i 1 1 ' Vi . . 1 . 4 id if 11. . 1 .1 ..-., I.. I
Ltan MJVMMJ lUai 11VJ LMUCUl 11U uc t 1 - . 1 . . . .
issued without a surface location and ; famlllar wlth mlnla' but mmers who
that this location must include the i know the value of ore. and the lmpor-
apex. This view, which has been fok ' tance of a strike are the most enthusi-
surface. In going this distance they they are working and which also give lowed in some judicial decisions, and i astic over it.
have encountered two MffM contain- indications of equaling or surpassing which Curtis Lindley maintains with The property is located within three
sixty ami seventy employes, and at vour the old Hotel Burke, there were be constantly on hand, aud tables ami
uie-iti tue mine is oemg worked oil ., ..1 u .t
j , .u u. , 1 many a sad heart among the throng.
a larger scale than ever before, and 1 . . 15 "
the force will be still further increased for thev saw l"", sweP' awa.v ol,e of
jusi as rapidly as places can be made the finest buildings in the city at that
all the best periodicals of the dav will ;,. (lre bralie One U tweiitv- the latter. The deepest workings are ' much force and clearness, seems to quarters of a mile of the United
1 .... 1 1 1 ...ui.. 1 ing M' ore nouns, vme is ineuij u.. t u. . u t..n- k t .u 1 .u. 1 u rr rnL
lor men to work, l he company pro
poses to sink to a depth of 1500 feet
time, aud well knew of all the hard
years of patient lalxir and planning it
n.. 1, t .1 ' . a ,.1. -p of copper and also contains a good
nark of the rntimrl:i w th m-.i.mifi 1 "
, f . . , . I ' " V 1 ..111 111 IdlA'l 1,1111 I I 1 il I I 1 I 1 II- 11 - - I, II . USU, 111 II I 11
liefore stopping, but in the mean time T, , ' . , 6 . cent dininir n,,m ThU fi..r f percentage of gold and silver, being
1 1 1 1 1 .... 1 11.it i i kp . -viri Miruw A' HiL'iv ti-i r - ' v
mm levels already opened up will le ; ,w the new Bu
I',,, ! .. 1 . : I -a. 1 , ... , n t. . tU . .r 1! I t
1 i . , . . I :a l. 1 1 : L 1 al 'K - 1 i . "
y.rKe.1 and new levels will be run as - " o. uortn- tentk)n- as jt ,s witho(,t ouestion as found in the zoneor lnlt on wi.ich the
...c.uirpupiom. auomer ming n.i nimim, ami as xnese men were nne a dining room as can lie found in
proposed to be done also is to cross ; the friends of nearly every man. the west. It is elegantly furnished
MfMMMfEnH'lr1?!. Kichoman aud child in the vast "throng, and nnishetl and no pains or eX,a,,.e
.i the ore is and extensive as the ore . , . . have or will be snared to m ike thi
bodies are in the vein now being work- t was no wonder that a feeling of of hg 3,,,
ed practical mining men believe that great sorrow went over the heart of will find in a year's travel. It is
the claims contain parallel ledges j every one when it was seen that the capable of seating over 150 guests at
which will prove equally rich if not , buildintr. with evervtl.inirttMt.AMHl a single meal. The tables will lie
. . . , uiii 1 1 ' . n in 1 icv i, on. 1 lit uai f , iui t triii v vu-r ir.i ui mtr pnn iiuu r-i v:r- mmmstm . u utrvi in . a. larK
writing material for letter writing will - "orRing encountered very rich ore in the work I that the tunnel owner shall have the and joins Mr. Clark's North Venture
be at the service of the guests. The now in the other, having already cut already done, while the surface indi- right of possession to the same extent and South Venture claims. The com -
hotel bar and barber shop are also ! it for over thirty feet without cutting cations are all that the most authusi-' as if discovered from the surface. For : pany has run three tunnels into the
reached from the rotunda, through a through it. " The ore is a good grade atic miner could desire. The forma- under the present law a .surface dis-' side of the mountain, in two of which
11011 is very similar io inai 01 me cuvery gives no oiner ngm man 01 t mey nave situck ore. wneisin.nsi
Copper Chief and Iron King, and the location. The discoverer must locate . feet, thirty feet of which is in this ore
ore is almost the exact counterpart of a claim; and if he locates so as to not j which is solid sulphides, and they
that obtained from these mines. cover the apex, his priority of discov-1 have not yet cut through it. Another
The mines have ouly been located a ery will not cure that defect in his tunnel a half mile distant is in 270
little over a year, but from the show- title. The law gives to a locator on feet and is also in the rich ore. making
mg made during that time there is the surface rights in all lodes apexmg it reasonably certain that the ore
everv reason to lielieve that within a within his location, whether blind body extends for that distance. The
few years a large and prosperous min
iug camp will be built up there.
United Verde mine is located, these
mines being on the same zone. They
are located aliout eight miles from
the United Verde mines and alxiut
rinkur tlinn . t. .. ...... . ..1. ' I. II
the work has beeu done. These par- i Was doomed- The low was a terri
allel ledges are known to exist on the 1 D'e O"- and ,ess brave hearts than
claims, but so far nothing has been theirs would have lieen crushed bv it.
done looking to their development, ; but not so with Messrs Burke a
bMIMMMiJIlMu i Hickey Thev had startet at fhe
The ore which is lieing taken from hrst roun(i of tht' 'a'lder anil climlxd
the mine is being sorted and the first- we" up to success, and were not the
class ore is all shipped and the second kind of men that misfortune or adver-
i iass is oeing piled up oil the dump.
ncreiolore me econd class ore w.ts 1
milleil and the concentrates shipped w"h iron wills and brave hearts, de
to a smelter. It is doubtful, however, termined that from the ashes of all
if the mill will ever be used again, but their former achievements, then'
in its place a smelter will be erected. .ij , ,
or the ore treated in some near by j "houlJ? 3 m,",h re:'ter
smelter without beintr crushetl. This rTrander structure, which might stand
SevrTli mmmmS 'v"!.''! ""cnrfnae'd to?11 not more WOIoinical. but as a monument to their energy and
how. of " '"seer iierceutage 01 me values can names long days after thev had hmb-
U sity could conquer, but went to work.
Oarley Street Bel.
PRESCOTT, . . .
A COMPLETE NEW OUTFIT.
HLPrumr nd careful nftcution lo 8in
plee eent by mail or express.
H. E. ARMITAQE,
M. A. I. M. E.
nining and Mechanical Engineer.
Mines examined and reported on Lstiinat -given
on Milling and Reduction 01 ks.
Puat Office box 2S - Preacott. Arizonr
. c. roar raj: w h. Bsaaari
POWERS & nERRITT,
United States Mineral Surveyors,
SMDeal iu Real Enatc and N'ec.iliate laaMH
Ir IMercc's medicines. 1 houchl
Oo'!, 1 Mrdicnl riico-erv Itiok it and
com minced to feel a little better, then too
rect.il me to lake both the Golden Medical
Di-cnvtty and I he Favorite Prescription,"
arliicii I did. Altogether I have taken eighteen
boltlrs of ' Golden Medical Discovery,' twelve
of Ihe Favorite Prescript ion and five aials of
'Pellets f am now almost entirely well, and
do all my work without any pain whatever, and
can raw with more ease than I could formerly
Dr Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, 100S large pages and 700 illus
trations, is sent free on receipt of stamps
to defray expense of mailing only. Send
31 one-cent sta-rw fot the book in cloth
Si tilling, or oaly 21 stamps if paper
covers are desired Address Dr R V
Pierce. Buffalo N Y
furnished with everything that the
market affords the year around, anil
it is intended to make the dining
room of the Hotel Burke famous from
one end of the country to the other.
The kitchen is very large and
equipped in the most modern man
ner and is presided over bv J. g.
Williams, a famous chef of over :tf
years experience iu many of the best
hotels in the land.
Just off the kitchen are five splen
did sleeping rooms for the use of the
The famous LI. L. maple flooring
has Ix-en used for the first floor of the I
hotel, aud it is the marvel and ad-j
miration of every one who enters the
hotel. It is almost as hard as iron
and is as smooth as glass, while its
wearing atu'iHuji au. aJuiost unliimt
lodes or not. Such a location, third tunnel is in 120 feet. In the
made before any tunnel was com- 300 foot the depth from the surface is
menced would undoubtedly be about 300 feet at its face. They have
valid against a tunnel. If a blind ' commenced to sink on the ore in each
lode first struck ;n the tunnel should of the longer tunnels, a winze, being
prove to have its apex within such 1 down now in one of them about ri f
prior and valid surface location, and teen feet in the ore body. It is their
therefore to have been withdrawn intention to sink each of these winzes
from the public domain before any to a depth of 200 feet, and if the ore
He Secures the Appointment of Secretary of Arizona ,,uuf 1 Sft" existed ,'n ihet P"isef ; 'T?0 dePth-? theis
s wm rr j the tunnel owner could not claim it. littledoubt, it will demonstrate a body
Immediately On the Expiration Of Charley i Yet he is not bound tomake a surface of ore worth millions of dollars.
Atwc' Term nf Offirp ftthcr Parlv location including the apex of the; At a meeting of the directors held
rtKerft icrm ui unite. wLiicr crtnjr vein he claims; how can anyone know in Jerome last week some important
Appointments are Scheduled. 1 whether it is lawfully claimed by him changes were made in the manage-
or not. Engineering and Mining ment of the mine. Mr. Lawson, an
Journal. old time United Verde miner was
YAVAPAI IS STILL IN THE SADDLE UnrZu.
man. and his experience in the United
. Virile will be nf crre-.it sr-ei.u lo tha
PHEXIX, June 7, 1901. Special. Isaac T.
A deed from T. E. and Annie Peery company in opening up its treasure
btoddard to the Uctave Mining company for u"-
ering or becoming rough for scores of
years. Several of the most substan
lw, . .1 . . ; ...1 ... ; 1 1 . 1 1 1 1
i rc"rj'zrr how
there are alxiut 30.000 tons of tailinirs they have s"eil the new Hotel ed. Ix-ing able to wear without splint
on the dump, which are slid to Ix? ! Burke speaks for itself,
j worth from S8 to S10 per ton. The i Before the last embers of the old
j company has also under contempla- building had ceased to smoke work
I tion a change in its hoisting plant, bv ; u a i , ...
which the buckets which are now l,n to th'
I used for hoisting ore will be taken ' tion or the ,lew building and never
: out and a cage sulstituted. At pres- ceased, until today there stands on the
j ent they are averaging a car load of i old familiar corner, a hotel that has
Arc i i, il;iv fur i. .,.. .,
T! u , ' I no superior in the territory,
1 he MeCabe extension, since start- , ...... ",
uouiiiiui u anv in the west.
i. .i- .' .. r iri- v . i. . j the Octave arrouri of mines near Stan-. Charles Von bchnltz of Jerome was
wirea IO tnis crey iasi mgiu irom nv wuungwil inai ne naa ton waa fileg oJ The aiso elected as a member of the board
beeu appointed Secretary of Arizona. He also telegraphed deed has been in escrow since Decern- or directors to succeed Edgar L.
to Governor Murphy that he would not return to the territory ber 1. 1899. a ,d the final payment Inn. andthe company arranged to
e . iZ-ZL , e. rt, " having been made was taken out and place 400.000 shares on the eastern
market. At a former meetinsr of the
There is no doubt now but what Colonel McCord will be nained iu the deed was $50,000. At board an additional 100.000 shares of
tial new buildings of the citv are put- appointed United States Marshal ot Arizona inside ol ten the time ot executing the deed the p - mmi
LwlS ors after the expiration of Marshal Griffiths' term, SKaTwienuj Z.LS
. . : . .':x 1,1 1U ,1J-, nt which will be on the iuh instant. In short McCord has re- made it is "Droducimr ssoioo to SfiO.- scribed, and it is possible that the
.w. ,,i iyiin, " I 111
tended the laying in the Hotel Rurke
and the results are certainly satisfac
tory. A large stairway leads from the
OsBce room to the second storv. which 1
ceived unofficial advices to this effect.
District Court Proceedings.
Tuesday, 'June 11. Territory
Aztta Lodge No. 1. F. f 1 M.
Refrular mcetincs nf this lodge at Masonii
Hall. 8 p. m. m the last Saturday if aacs
month. Sojourning breiliern are fraternal: i
Invited to attend.
A h BARVH4RT. W. M.
R. N. FREDERICKS, Seoretarv.
Examining Committee. E. ji. Federielt
A. A. Johns. Morris Goldwater.
Prescott Chapter No. I R. L M.
Slated eommunieations the first Siturdayp ol
earn month at 7 o'eloek p. m. Visiting c.:n
pamons eordiallv invited to attend.
R.'H. HETHKklM.TOX. H. P
R. X. FREDERICKS. Secretary.
Examining Committe Mor"ri Goldwat-r,
E. at Frederieks. A. A. Johns.
Ivanboe Commanderv No. I K. T.
State? eonelave first Fridnv of eaeh month
Pilgrim Sir Knights eordiallv invited.
E.W. WEIX. E.E.
E. N. Fredericks. Recorder.
ing up. has made remarkably (rood
progress on its property. A hoist , A short description may serve to occupietl by -44 of the finest bed Sam Murry: plead guilty to charge of
house has been built and one of the ; convey some idea of the buildiu". n,(ms in a'l Arizona. Most all of grand larceny, sentenced to two years
finest hoisting plants in the territory j The extreme dimensions of the build- tn,',n are en suit- having private bath ! in the jx-neteutiary.
has been installed on the mine. The ' ing are 100x15(1 Feet ha vimr a stone a"d toilet rooms, aud stfieqUippetl as Territiirr v Al ShanM: lilead
lioist is of sufficient capacitto en- basement and three stories of brick-
I able them to sink at least 1.000 feet, handsomely trimmetl with native tufa.
The old shaft, which had been allowed giving the" structure a magnificent!
' to fill up, has beeu cleaned out and stately and inspiring appearance, and
I enlnrired in a rlejirh nf ,r civs. .-f.. ...iT- .:.u !i..r..i '
1 O M " ... "i.,ii iei, -iiiiii i.-- i mi i i n j i in! It'I i it m i inn Mt'liC,'.
and has been thoroughly timbered ; being by far the largest building iu
; irom lop w oouom. ihey are
' down nearly to the bottom of the
' workings and the shaft will Ix? sun
i -i s e-.iniillT- 'i iwwuiKIa . . ., A . L.
.... 1.. ,..,ur n, ,t wejiui ui nanus, unices, etc. ma Kill": l.w nx mi?
I proliably nOO feet, with levels opened ; in all. All these are arranged in the
up at convenient distances. It is ex- most artistic and convenient manner
pected to have to sink alxiut 300 feet oossible to conceive of
HJT. tt 'tt-'ito t ! before the ore body known to exist in The entire building is lighted bv
JYliSS jn&NiJl"ilO.N ' McCabe "llue- of which this 0lePMtf and MMted with hot water.
1 is an extension, is encountered. Like The hall ways are enrneted with
ne bduum tne Mnume txteusiou oeautiful broasela earpeta and
nas a nuiuoer oi veins in their ix-a- ifiviiur an effc
l -.1 i .
ten witti EfJaMM 11 de- mltv to charge of grand larceny.
to Ix? connected
sirid. The furnishes are the beat teneed to fifteen ninths in the
io a oo.auiajH oetis i.ng ol iron p,.njtentiarv
: I n r 4 lir:iss iiMt. ll,u l ..... I ... ......... r J
(XX) oer month company mav recall the unsold por-
Another deed filed for record today of it. One thing is certain, that
transfers title to the Rule. Rover et ! no more stock will be offered at this
al claims from D. C. Thome to the price. The company is in excellent
JUST ARR IVED. The most ele
gant and v.iried assortment, all of
Latest Styles, ever seen in Prescott.
My Millinery Department is now
under the management oijjjjt
and nra-s ajm the handsomest ever tt t -n i i 2E l'KXl
seen in Prescott. Nothing, in fact. Heu,rv Az h,Uj P,fd I sam
ii , i. . . " in, ., ... .,1.- ..., il ilwr v :i til 1 sentence, 1 to SI V iirtiu
inai would add to beauty, convenience -ru: . :.. .i... larcenv. nleadeii u-niltv
years in wie peiiiietn i,u . i ins is me - r m
ami A eollllKlir.on """fir 1 "in
Frank D. Armour, who appropriated Arizona Gold Mining and Milling financial condition, as they have al
a horse, the property of Robert Perriu, company, the consideration named ready sold enough stock to keep the
pleaded guilty to the charge of irrand beimr S6.000. mine in operation for two years. A
larceny and was sentenced to fifteen
months imprisonment at Yuma. The
sentence contemplates a reduction of
the period by crediting him with the
time of his incarceration in the countv
! jail, which commenced on December
verv large Droportion of the stock
Jennison Concert Company. heretofore offered for sale has Iwen
f'i Lou in .1 uri ii i Mai an t t'e .... -
The long anticipated concert bT ; iu nondAn. thm n,.r knmu
r . . I T 1., n:. r: t. . r"
I lllil UVU1J19UU, trillSl, .TXl.SS
pie have, not only in the mine, but in
now Prescott. having over HO.IXXI s.iuare or comfort has ben overlooke.1. so JJaJrET
old! feet of floor apace, containing 110 that the most wealthy or fastidious "wl iThew ran
.ink sleeping rooms and about 2T store T e.eMB "4 th' ! ! K nrs u v
i of i rooms, offices, ek-. making 3i rooms flv could obtain any place. ! J""" T".ll t
Sam Murray, charge! with grand
GOLDEN Rf'I.F C1I A ITER No. 1. m-ets in
Masonie Hail on the first Thiirvlav in BM
FRANCES W . M' NDS Wertiiv Mntron
HARIRET D. OLIVER, Secretary".
Prescott Lodge No. 1. KNIGHTS OF PYTH'
Regular rneetme of thi. li.le tmwn Haaaaai
at s m at K of p hnll. H)ianalai KM(Btala
goodstandingarecordiallviiivii.il to r.:: -i! !
on. nam, . c.
FRED B. PHII.POT. K .of K ,i s.
An artistic milliner, formerly head
trimmer of the Savoy of San Fran
cisco. Car Trim Hats to beco ne
any Featiuv 3. Ha-, t also just re
ceived a complete line oft..j
Stylish Shirt Waists,..
veins in their local- HtUC an effect of ridiiwMaa
turns and at urouer dent h a cross cut and hwantv A hum 1. , fl rooms
. i 1 - - ....p.. 11 I V '1 110
will Ix-run to catch them, as some of extinguishers are distributed through- Th1 architects who planned this
them give promise of producing very out the building and are so arranged splendid structure that today stands
rich ore. that everv inch of the huilHino-nnnlrl as the nride and admiration nf not
ine snait now being opened up on lie played upon by the hos,- in mm
the DVOpertj is within 150 feet of the ute s time. At the end of each hall
end line of the Metal x- and within wav. from the roof to the gains. nH
layior. coniraiio. ami .uiss n.aie ion- .u- ,,..1 mn.. it F,,o.,o-h
dit. pianist, occurred in the college stock has bee,, in this wav toJe.
chapel last evening. Every member I velop the pr0pertv well, while the
of the well-arranged program was en ! proceeds from the sale of the stock in
cored. tlaremont audieiu-es seem : ,k . u in tu lim.tinn i
1 . 1 r . , , - .
n . n . . 1:1 1 1' tii 1 mi 111 ill irn ur i r . I ..,t 11 1 , . ., , .- ..,
ranch and after riding nge. Belk and Murray on rues- rk? Hus ma steof I ? ' . lU'
for a conn e raf ,, . . , - j - iibsmuiiwi iur uiiuuhui uns ic
nir a coupie ui ar .... the cello is certainlv marvelous. Miss i t: ..f Tj t -
.. ... .1 . 1 no s.rir..nr.i m Mimrr a ,iu,i i j f ih Mil .1 1 11 1 1 '.t 1 01 1 H rem 1 101 n
The gntnd rect'Dtiou narlor on this ,,ults. V lne ".rses. "iroats ami i :h 'LaJT Taylor was a stranger here, but we h,t nf 7ar.i ahar of ikL,
floor is hau.lsou.ely funiished. all the ' J Ut . UMUMAm I which was (or tcdav was are anxiously awaiting the time when from parties. Whether the
urn.ture being unholstered in leather. ..... . . . till tomorrow.
Ix-autiful v carveii. and Lriviny a most Territory vs. ( ha bio; plead iruilty
pleasing effect. j to charge of aggravated assault, will j
The third story is practically a duo- sentenced tomorrow.
licate of the second, with the exeen- Indian Sam. char-red with grand The stories and feature articles that
Full of Human Interest.
f.,rt tion of having a greater number of MWeny, plead not guilty and case help to make up the Los Angeles
Ol l I . t 1 ..... . I t, 1 TT IT 1 1 , .
iiiisM-i iui Knur 1.. amwoKj neraio eacn weeK are uitier-
Otego Tanaka entereil a similar ent. somehow, from the matter usually
plea 011 a burglary charge. found iu other Sunday papers, and
Richard Belk. Mewed of mMMMMB
ment. plead not guilty and his trial
was set for June 11.
I not a mannerism; she is queenly in
her appearance and would charm the
most fastidious audience. Claremont
is Miss Condit's home. Here she has
Venture Hill will develop another
United Verde mine remains to be
seen, but that they have a valuable
nrooertv seems to have already been
demonstrated, and the parties who
Mrs. R. R. Blaine
IMPROVED OBKR Of RE1I SEK.
rem trikk ki
uiar aaaaafla of thi:
the Third sleep of Earn Seven Sun. 7th Rnn,
iic Bream, visiting t'hieiMii good :
fralemallv invited to alt. -re
, H WIl.sos sachem.
P. J. FARIJ: . Chief of Kei-onls .
A. 0. DL w.
Ii-escotl 1 .--1st- N". 11.
it i .iiiti' onr. .-! r..-v , aaectfl eierv Stitur-
day ereninc at s o i liK'k in Knights nf Pythis.
Man. v isiting iiretnreti in go-el rtn li
tralerr.Miiv iTivneii in att.ni!-
'. W. BENNETT. W. M.
P. J. FARLEY. Rixorder.
there are large iron full stair fire
escaxs. so that it would Ix- inixssi
ble for a fire to prevent one from es
caping with ease from any part of the
A large court in the center of the
building furnishes tight for every
room in the house, and nracticallv
B. P. 0. ELKS.
Prescott L .lgc No. :i. meet- tirM and llnr..
Wedne-d.v-of Aaeh motit ii Visitin,; tirolher
are eordiallv invited la attend
H II s'Mitii. K M
A. J. HERNUON. Secretary.
Haiidstiiiicly fnrninhed. Every
thing in the luiusi' entirely new.
with Bath Himuhs on every fliair.
liclitxl by electricity and !-trk-allj
vvh.-ci lhroui;huat. The
tiniTt kaathu in the city, but
oil' blis'k .-md hulf fron lK Mit.
Ititlht in the business i-etiter.
t'uisine of ,-spcia) excellence.
Win,-r,n, in up to date. Particu
lar attention mid loCoiinnercial
trade. 'Kine Satnpli Riaiin. (In
Aiiierie-ati and European Plans.
Kali M suit.
MURRAY HcINNERNAY, Pror
Teli fihone No. Ma.
Mercy . Hospital !
This institution, timier liv diftTtion of
E. E. BURLINGAME & Co The SISTERS OF MERCY
AA V (If-TlfP CHEMICAL
aManlished in Colorado Iwif.
Arizona Ulgt In 1. L 0. 0. F.
Eecular meeting of thi- lodge . verv Wedne
day evening at odd Fellows hall Sojourninv
brethren of the order la good -landing are cor
diallvjnvit. I to attend.
C. F. I.VLE. N. G.
E. E BREED. Seetetary
w. 0. .
PRESl'orr CAMP No. nie.-t- erarf ;
and rourth Tiiuraday evening iu ,.M, h' inotiii,
Visiting Sovereign-in goisl standing r
diallv invin -1 to attend .
B. L. JOYi'E, C. C.
W. P. GOI.DSWORTHV. lerk.
prolwbly about 2(KI feet or less of the
end of "the level iu the McCabe prop
erty from which the richest ore is ob
tained, so that the prospect for strik
ing this ore body is very flattering.
The property is lieing worked sys
tematically and in a business Tike
manner, and at the same time as
economical! as it is possible to do so mak-s every one of them oul.-id
as tne company is getting full value rooms. This will also furnish
tor every dollar expended. 1 wo shifts feet ventilation.
are U-ing worked ou the McCabe Ex- The basement is the full size of the
- - ) a. I a la ! f ..... . . . .
iiaaaaiai cianns iiuu me company lias nuiltlmg. Ul:i(l e-t with cement
also let a contract fora certain amount floor throughout, and is divided into
of work which is Ix-ing done on the store rooms, of which there will Ix
Geo. Washington claim owned by the seven facing Montezuma street and
company. two faciugGurlev street. In the rear
There are four steam hoists in oper- of the liasement "will Ix- the laimdrv
ation on the same ledge all iu sight rooms for the hotel, when-the heating
of each other. Ix-ing on the McCabe. plant is located for furnishing heat
McCalx- Extension, the Kicker and for the entire building during cold
the Relx-1 claims respectively. weather aud hot water for the toilet
tween the McCabe and the Kicker , the year round. The immense bins
is the Gladstone, owned bv Hugh j for storing several cars of coal are
M rum and W. C. Parsons, which also here. In the MMMMMtMaMO
is also lieing worked, a whim being ! a large cellar and cooling plant and
us.nl to hoist with. The shaft on this the wine cellar which is alwavs filled
claim is down 2(10 feet and five men ! with the U-st brands of Bqwm and
are at work on it and are taking out cigars for use iu the hotel liar,
iilaiut ?20.(I00 per month, the ore be- The first hW of the building will
in shipped to the smelter as it comes Ix- Oct-Uliied In thn-e store rooms the
Ivors me mine. mie the IMmMhm
i-located on what is known a? ihe
McCalx- hx'.e. the shaft from which
they are taking out the rich ore is on
one of the parallel ledires sunken of
n connection with the McCain-
Sainii! tiv inn .
orexpresi receive prompt mil em-efiii atn-ution ;
(Mlriaii, 1 verKiiiii.iu
e-l !7. l
Is iM-ntllitiiiiv -ittlated in
the pine region of West Prescott.
-l'aticnt r.s-. iv.
and attentioi: and can select' 111. ir
nine. It demons! rab-s that in one
claim at least all the rich ore is not
found in what has heretofore Ixx-u
onsiderisi the main ledge.
Il was learned on this visit that
ipiite a large nimilx-r of claims have
la-en bonded in this vicinity recentlv.
mention of which has never MM
made yet. A mono; the mnnlier is the
hotel barlx-rshop and liar riKim facing
.Montezuma street. In the rear of
these is the rot inn la or lobby. 30x40
feet in size and one of the most com
fortable ami liaudsoiiiel v MrnvMted
lobbies of any hotel in the west. It
is entend from Montezuma street
by a large hallway and from (iiirley
street up a short stairway, the latter
only Prescott but all Arizona, are D.
YV. Millard ,V Son. These gentlemen
planned the Hotel Adams iu Phenix.
the Beak of Arizona. Cook Ac Smith's,
Eil. Bl.x-k's. Richards A; Hawkins,
and other of the fine new buildings of
Prescott. The senior memlxr of the
firm has had more than .'$.r years ex
perience in this Hue. while the son.
before coining to Arizona, four years
ago. was assistant professor in archi
tecture in the L'niversity of Pennsyl
vania. The Hotel Burke certainly
stands as a monument to their skill.
The aflvautages of such a hotel as
the Burke to' Prescott are very great.
Hereafter it can never be sjii'd that
Prescott is not supplied with a hotel
that is absolutely first class in every
resx-ct. This will cause many people
of wealth who are looking "for just
such a delightful climate as we have
to come to Prescott and spend their
time and money. Such people as
thev an- the kind we need and
lots of them. Then the commercial
taveien will not. as has Ix-en the
case in former years, go to Pheuix or
some place else to spent! their Sun
days and spare time, but will renin in
here or make it a Mjiut to be here lor
those oivasions. And so on. there be
iug numerous ways iu which such a
hotel will greatly Ix-nefit the city.
Messrs. Dennis A. Burke Mad M. J.
Hickev certainly deserve the irreatest
A. La Strange, charged with rob-lx-ry,
Frank D. Amour. grand larceny,
entered the same pleas and thcircases
were set for .1 line 1 1 .
the reason seems to be that they are
full of what may be termed human
interest. They are stories of life
and action and achievement. They
are not only instructive and entertain
ing, but actually helpful. The Sun
day Herald never contains a dull
been identified in the musical life of have i,, fortunate, enough to get in
the college tor the last seven years. ou tbe .md floor in the purchase of
Her accompanying was all that could stock can scarcely fail to reap good
be desired. This is a tno which it is j profits The tote! amount of stock
a treat to hear, and it should not be in Prescott and Jerome amounts
missed bv any lover of a high order of it i.s said to $21.000 shuee, ami as
music. romoua rrogress. April
Dake's opera house June 12.
st. it 'il a very large amount of this has
been brought by Jerome miners who
know of the merits of the mine.
Mel Laughter, against whom the
serious chary- of murder is lodged.
To feel tired before exertion is not
Bert Starr, who was arrested at
Congress some time since, on a charge
Its illustrations are .nheml of of robbing the postoffice at Socorro,
of any other paper and the colored i Mexico, was taken there for iden-: it s a sign that the system
lllltlir.-s ami sheet muse Ihir nr.. IlllcailOU ami w as uiscuiirKen irom,,....... i;,.. ... i., ... . :
IM. r " a - Bnaaaaanaanaai aua. t t m , aaat a. a. . . . l:H l- 1 1 Cl 1 1 L QUU UrTvIS Ur U'llll
".a. am . .e. .... . i. ii.. .... i i-T.x v asr .r n v -it iii;rii imi - . a -
Dlead not iruiltv ami his (iise was sei k-u hit rm-u wwk an- rvuny -; j - y- - ; . flTwt ot Moixl s .Nirsimnlla. Milter
- wT.ire te. -or rni- roiioos or rn.i nr.... it . . . . -
iiiinie. i j r--- -
the time oi Starr s arrest telling what
for June In
Susanna Chabio plead not guilty to
a charge of assault with a deadly
weapon and trial was set for June 10.
Sam Murray, grind larceuy, and D.
Millt-r. assault to murder, were ar
District Attorney Ling is breaking
all previous records during the pres-
raigned and took statutatorv time to ent term of court. With a session of dark complexion and five feet eleven
plead. only three days duration he had the anil a halt inches tall while Starr is
a dangerous man he was and what a
great benefit to society it was to have
him behind th" bars whereas he has
always borne a good reputation. The
man wanted is described as having a
Clio Hogers vs. S. A.
Laura Austin vs. A
tried and submitted.
Prince et al; grand jury "examine thirty eight j '.,ark . wmplexioned and about five
i a ire t 1111 iiitiic- ami iur .- ur ur.n
v ises, returning thirty one indict w.s jn NV Mexico
M. Austin; case ments. Of those indicted five have until taken there recetly. He ex
alreadv entered pleas of guiltv two of ; pects to return to this countv in a few
Alliert Weisling vs. Oro Grande i whom have received their sentences. lays where he has mining interests.
Mining Co. et al; demurrer argued If he keeps up this pace the other at-' Starr formerly "Ted at Jerome,
aad Mrfxnitted. tonieys will have but little to do in ' Colormdo Excursions.
J. 1. -Mcl.ee vs. L nil.- 1 erde I op tire wav of defending those accused
X-rv.o.; uiotioii io uiaKt- coiupuiiiu , 0j erime
more apeettV arguetl and siibmitteil. T t
Vou Waldersee has left
Lillie Kixintz. accused of
On d.ib-s and to points named he
low the S F. P & P and P & E Ky
will sell round trip tickets, subject to
the following conditions:
Pheuix to Jerome Junction both in
clusive, 555.00. Huron. $56.25. Mayer.
slaughter, was arn.ign.il and waived New York, so the murder theory has . ""55 weeaiy lor iram .o
m-aise for their eiiteri.ri,.. ..I,. om-oir... statutory time to nlead and entered I Mm leaving rnenix everr xnurstiay De
i - - r - - - . . --n - . - . t r I
mation such an enterprise.
Henry Izbill. asciised of roblx-ry. i Count
entered a plea of guiltv: sentence set : China.
for June 10. t, . .. . .
ine riieiinsis iounii uo trace ot
man- laiison in Father Philins' stonmch in
.M W 1 orK, so the m unler theory has i
iw-. ,ie.....wi - leav
,nd th lea of nol-'uiltv ami cast-set for trial i ....;., .i:...,.- , i ifiuuiiiK jw -aau aUU cuuiiuuing m
hosts of : June 21.
Ilairration has ix-curred in the Forbid
den city. Americans and Japanese
are birring all access to the quarter
involved aud details are not obtainable.
iu such an undertaking.
Journal-Miner, with their
friends, wishes that they may live Joseph Daniels and Charles Burkes
long to enjoy the fruits of hanl and ; entered pleas of not guilt v to charges
p.tiieni ion in ringing to a cousuin I of roblx-rv and their case- wen- set
for June 1" and 1 n-siiectively.
-a special dispatch Irom Pekin. . a.,.. -xj .... f.,ii,...-
. -. - I 111.'!- I , 1 -
dated June 4. sa vs that a irreat nn- i... -a. : i-i -m -yr. t..i i
1 L K ; August 1. 15, 22 and" 29.
The work of reintxleling the Haw
kins building, next to the Bank
of Arizona building, has beea nbout
completiil, so far as the exterior is
Whatnacpiam. an Indian, indit-tisl
for the murder of -( )ld Man Sarirent."
The Arizona Standard Oil company j was arraigned aud Uiok staulorv
which has la-en Uirintr a test well for ! time to plead.
Reliable : Assays!
OB PARTHTLABS APPLY TO
. J 1 J WW .
.l illrf i II. lj IHHI III . Ill im I una 1. . I i.
-. , . , - ""e- "'t-. concerned, and it now presents a verv
.ager and others. It is located on i. i
. . , I"--"'-." '- iiHiiur. ii.ts till H-
date show windows and Am front,
with the conical MM n-ilectoi-s for
i 1 1'optH-r
10 I Gold. Si
a:.,- 1 ..
7 : in, l-i. - I ,
" KM ?llT. c Lead ',
a V lligoe-t Pi sua Paid Km iaalliuo.
OQDHN ssay Company
MatMMMsaaa. UEXVEK. COLO.
lyLtfa moDTh .WHalias tti
! $200 'o sroa
. tcatnta iHT
it, . r-it-m. thaD
of lent i mi it-is U from
1 -t in
pi-!e u-ina thi
i rnremenx. r nt-ir-ssi oy i t,n. lo h
eat fact rj in I S 41 .trim. Lowesl
Betai!$4.p. Sample lami- half ir.
wart oneaaantIm.rrl ant or indiri
aaian in i.irataa cataloao. -.
stkioid h. tr io , oi i h iso Miriou
Send postal to waasara oftwe, 1Z. lata
theijopher lisle, which runs at ri-'hl
angles with the McCabe, and the end
iine of the claim adjoins the side line
nf the Oladst ne. With the small
amount of development which has
la-en made on it the showing jK verv
BMd Mad ilevelopment work will be
ptoaeeMMaV, under the bond taken.
Within a radius of four miles
of the MeCUbe camp it is safe to sav
that ovei l.lsKl nu n are employed in
oil ffl tin
New m.ichiiiery will la
place of thai now in us
l eui' ileitis ll.ts let a i-on-i
7-inch hole to J. E. Price.
put iu tin
In an interview Andrew Carnegie
says "the time is coming when the
continental powers will miiihlim hi
The grand jury return--! additional s,,1;,sh Great Britain. Wheu that
indictments as follows: Whatna happens she will have tin n.sl to rl...
l lined Slates tor help. 1 feel certain
i - i .,
nas nan i-oiisnieranie exN-rieuce
111-1111111.' oil wells in eastern fields.
The hole is now down alxiut KMI Met,
and in a formation said to Ix- sand
rock. The company intends to -make
a thorough test for oil. They MUM
not decided what depth to sink the
. . I i , , till I In i .......1 I . i i .a
. - . n iui .-, nun Mil- Il ill 1 1 I H I I II... -i ..i.in.i. ,, l ,. i a
being constantly increased. 1 poned until next week.
rellecling the rays of li,'ht in the rear
of the Matldiug. The front has also
been cnver.il with ;i layer nf cement,
put on iu such a nay as to o-jVe the
appearance of U-ing a stone build-
mg. nia.ong ,i per pn-tty etf.-ct. hole, but will likely not stop short of endorsed thereon:
. . , ni ieei. unless on is loiuul Ix-torc
There will b no meeting of the Re- that depth is mched Oazette.
nei v ot is mi - -v. -n '.in' on acciuiit of
mm. mi. Indian, murder: Lillie Kt ontz
manslaughter; Charles Burkes ami
Joseph Daniels, grand larceny: D
Miller, assault to murder: Sun Mur
rav. grand laiveny. The charge
atrainst Henry Maher was ignored.
In the district court today the venue
for a trial jury was ret iirned to court
with the rKiiiistie numU-r of names
-he t ill not lie refused."
Harry Trott, a dissolute character,
was tarred and feathered by the "Six
Hundred awl One" at Truckee. He
was ordered to leave town a month
ago. but returned and defied the vigi
Springs and Pueblo.
Transit limit continuous pasage in
in both directions west and south of
Pueblo. Stopovers permitted north
Final limit. 90 days from date of
H P Anewalt. G B Gillette.
G P A. C T A
ers should not delay. Get rid nf that
tired feeling by beginning to take
Hood's Sai'sapariila today.
Excursions to Flagstaff.
The S F PA P and the P & E Ry.
Beginning at once anil for No. 2. leav
ing Phoenix each Tuesday hereafter
until further advised, you will sell ex
cursion tickets to Flagstaff. Arizona,
and return subject to the following
From Jerome Junct, 55.90.
. " Huron. T.T.Y
" Maver. 8J0.
" Prescott. 7.00
" Congress Juct. 10.95.
u Gleudale, 14.60.
Limit Sixty days from date of sale
Stop-over privileges permitted within
limit. H. P. Anewalt. G P A.
G. B. Gillette. C T A.
Mrs. McElvoy and two children
were outgoing passengers this morn
ing for Portland. Oregon.
The Iron Spiintrs colony is lanidlv
Al. La Strange pleaded guiltv to increasing these days while the iner
biirglarv. ,-urv plays peek-a-lxxi over the top of
Kichnnl Belk. charijed with em- the ihe.mmieter in Phenix. Ahou
bezzling I60 from the Miners' union thirty I'heuiciaus came up to that
at Jerome, pleaded guilty to the beautif.il little resort this morning.
The more some people tell you the
less you remember.
Girls, if singleness is bliss 'tis folly
to he wives.
A sign in the window of an Irish
tinner reads as follows: "Quart meas
ure of all shapes and sizes for sale."
A charitable feeling causes some
men when they see a fellow in" dis
'resstowish some other man would
come along and relieve him.
An altogether delightful concert
was given at the Melrose by Paid
Jennison, the cello virtuoso, who. as
sisted by Zada Tavlor. contralto, of
First Congrega-ioual chun-h. and
Kate Condit. pianist, starts next week
on a concert tour through Arizona
and New Mexico. Mr. Jennison. one
of the most brilliant and masterly e- .
poneutsof the cello iu America, has
often Ix-en heanl iu Los Anrees in
classical concert and solo work, and
each vxt-asiou seems to give only re
newed examples of his splendid skill
and almost unlimited te-hnioue. Mr.
Jennison poss-sscs, above all else, a
big and tender soul, which throbs
through the long drawn notes of bis
Ix-loved instrument. Miss Tavlor
has a beautiful contralto voice of so
wide and free a range as almost to
suggest a mezzo soprano quality. Her
rendition of Mascherom's Ave Maria,
with cello obligate, was particularly
artistic and beautiful. The pianist.
Miss Candit. is that "rara avis" in
musical circles, a sympathetic aud
orrect accompanist, as well as a very
finished piano soloist. Los Angeles
Herald. April 2V At Dake's opera
ouae, Wednesday. June 12.