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ARIZONA JOLRNAL MiNER
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
J C. MARTIN, Editor and Proprietor
OFFICIAL PAPER YAVAP4! CO'JKTY.
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I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the office of Sheriff of Yavapai County,
subject to the action or the republican con
vention of Yavapai Countv.
FRANK E. ANDREWS.
The undersicned hereby announce him
self as a candidate f r the office of sheriff
of Y'avapai County, subject to the action of
the republican convention.
CHARLES P. WIN'JFIELD.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the office of Sheriff of Yavapai County,
subject to the action of the republican con
vention of Yavapai County.
JOSEPH I. HOBERTS.
I hereby announce myseif tt a candidate
for sheriff of Y avapai County subject to the
action of the republican comet. tion.
AN OPTIMISTIC VIEW.
Our contemporary sees only good
to the democratic party iu the scram
ble which has taken place for the
$20,000 a year position of sheriff. It
"While all democrats are anxious
to have this matter settled, the hon
est tenacity with which these men
stand by the men of their choice
6hows one of the noblest traits of
manly character, and when an agree
ment is reached, men of this charac
ter are the very kind of men who will
abide by the agreement and work for
the choice of the convention, no mat
ter who he may be."
Before writing the above the editor
of that paper probably came upon
isome partisan of oneof the candidates
unexpectedly and surprised him
while in the act ot sharpening his
political knife for use in case "his
man" did not get the nomination. It
is very certain that the opinion ex
pressed alwve is not the one gener
ally heard on the street and around
DEMOCRATIC MACHINE POLITICS.
Machine politics was never so ap
parent in a convention in Yavapai
county as it was iu the democratic
convention which has just completed
its lalxjrs in Prescott. The whole
worlfof the convention was cu" and
dried prior to the meeting with the
exceptionrof the nomination of a can
didate for sheriff. Hobbs was the
machine candidate but the Hooker
forces were inveigled into the sup
port of the machine candidate for
chairman with promises of support.
The nomination for a candidate for
sheriff was placed away down the
list so that the Hooker supporters
could be utilized iu carrying out the
machine programme, as it was feared
that if this nomination came up first
the broken promises made to them
would become apparent and they
might bolt the machine aud smash
its slate. The Hooker delegates only
saw the trap into which they had
been led when it was too late to cor
rect the error, and when th ir candi
date withdrew, sufficient taoagtk w:s
thrown to Hickey to secure his nomi
nation. In discussing the proceed
ings last evening one of the veterans
of democracy said he had Ix-en at
tending democratic conventions ever
since 1850. and he had always fought
machine politics. He said that for
the first time in bit life he had been
induced lo enter into a combination
with the machine at this convention,
and- from his experience with it. it
would be the last time.
A great many delegates have gone
away with very sore spots on their
political anatomy, and it remains to
be seen whether they will beal up by
November 4. Thev probably will.
They generally do.
The weakness of the ticket is uni
versally commented on by democrats
who do not permit partisanship to
blind their eves to the public good.
The greatest weakness is iu the leg
islative ticket, not a single candidate
for the assembly having a dollar's
worth of interest in the territory so
far as known. The total lelongings
of all three candidates could lo
packed in one gripsack and without
overcrowding it, one of them having
been in the territory barelv long
enough to vote. If any one of thetn.
aside fromihe fact that he has no in
terests of any kind iu the texriaOfrj, is
possessed of a single qualification for
the position, it is not app.rr, tit.
It looks as tl.ough Mont Pelee in
tends depopulating the island of
Martinique and then blotting the
island from the map. A kelegraai
from Fort de France announces that
alxout 1.000 persons were killed aud
several huudred injure. i as result of
the violent eniiit i of Mont P :i
Saturday, August .'5'l, which destr rj d
Morne R , age and Adjoupa Botcilion,
two villages near Mi nt IM. .-. Ti:
dispatch oonfirm the report that the
village of Le arli-.-t was damaged
bv a tidal wave, which was al-o felt
at Fortde France, where the peojl
are panic stricken.
DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN BOOK
The democratic congressional cam
paign book, which has just made its
;:ppe ranee, is a volume of 384 pages. I
jor pcrtioa of which is devoted !
lo the iliacaatiion of im-rialism ant!
trust.-. 24(1 pages lieuit' given to these
two topics. Upon the title page is
the democratic slogan, "equal right
to ail: special privileges to none.'
The volume opens with the platform
of 1900. and the resolution adopted
by the deimx-ratic menihers of the
house at their conference of June 19.
arraigning the republican party foi
failure to rrivc relief to Cuba, and to .
Ml proper anti trust legislation. the dranutis Persona of the
Then follows an extended criticism ! Dllls has foumi the schenle 8
of the republican book, many of the oae an(l hls books are st'llm&
sMte tients couiaiued therein being A man named Feldsmith recently
challenged as lo accuracy, especially attempted suicide twice in one day.
those dealinir with the trust otiestion. A careful investigation revealed the
Under the head of imperialism there
is a long general review of the Phil
ippine policy under the following
Attempt to divert the issue; irti-
san censorship; war department
vestigatiou and that of senate con-
tmsteu; war department policy of;
suppression; farcical investigations;
a court m.irtiel stopped because it
would prove too much; court martial
trial a farce; cruelty committed and
encouraged; crimes of war and not
of soldiers; American exiansiou ver
sus Roman imperialism; colonialism
and trade statistics against colonial
ism. SUCCESS BREEDS IMPERTINENCE.
Our contemporary this morning
compares a republican running for
office in Yavapai
count v to "the
bovine whi' h tried to butt the engine
off th - track." There are others , Roosevelt has imposed on the Com
amoug the democratic bosses who ; niercial Pacific Cable company are
feel the same way. The party has j tvpical of the protection which the
lxeu succes; ful nt the polls so long, j P'-ophs may expect against the uu
that it is now j;, ie-.ed bv them that ; reasonable demands ot monopolies.
a "yellow dog."
trood as ycl 1
r man not even as
:. g, can lie elected !
the xnmo tlionrv
i-ivo . -i !tii-i f tli:,t
they can ti.t .. they please in offace.
Rgacdleaaol the pi.blic interests, as ;
Undemocratic majority is sufficiently i
large lo see :ii m through,
there ale dec?, crata in the
who will vole f -. the traditional "yel- "16 to 1" in their platforms this year, i is true, but the department treasitrv
low die'" i: ;pears on the demo-' Their success during the last two does not yet contain a burro fund.
tie I ,...d who will even vote ; campaigus were largelv achieved j r'lose interested in the plan are look
c , 1 ,, , . . , , ing about for wavs and means to
bri mo of whom a yellow dog, through that slogan. hy discard Mve thir obh h u Mi that
would be ashamed to be found in his so gooU a friend? once in Washington th" burros cau
company, democrats are not all built j j 0ur eouternporarv ,,evotes consUl. , - sold for enough to defray the ex
f hat aamv. There are fliaMll III I . . r. . ... i peuse of traiisixrtittiou. but who
whose political stomachs will no
stand yellow dog. There is a limit
beyond which they will not follow
partisanship 4)lindly where it con
flicts with public good. Many of
them have come to the parting of the
nr-kVc iiwt tini' ourl m urmviivul j
ZZ ..io., I
citizens if nominated bv the republi- ,
.a,, " T- n,Jr f L I
rrlhard v TriZuTr in in I
faotaatdra ym&mg after all , to
o., mm, .rHuim.au . .i m i i. .s
vear. as it looks to the eves of the!
editor of the Courier.
The success achieved by the demo
cratic party for the past few years ij
this county has not only bred" imper
tinence on the part of many of its
leadeis. but has also bred contempt
for the public good, self interest be
ing uppermost iu their minds.
The San Francisco Examiner re
fuses to support the democratic nom
inee for governor of California.
The Wisconsin democratic state
convention listeued attentively to the
reading of a resolution endorsing the
Kansss City platform and then re
fused to have it entertained by the
The territorial democratic platform
is almost identical with the demo
er.itic platform of this cote , v.
Courier. Remarkakable coinci.i. acel
Particularly so. when the same jiar
ties draned !xth documents.
Col. J. F. Wilson was nominated
by acclamation at Tucson yesterday.
His nomination was seconded by C.
M. Shaunon who withdrew from the
race when he saw the case was hope
less. The demiX'rats are becoming
ashamed as their legislative ticket
and it is rumored that they will be
requested to withdraw from the
ticket so that the county central
committee can appoint other candi
dates. Colouel Wilson may now sing:
"Only One More River Fer to OnMB."
He has done nothing else all summer
but cross rivers and some of them
have beea pretty turbulent, but they
hav- beea mer rivuh-ts beside the
strong broad stream :i the bauks of
which ha now stands and casts a
wistful eye tow.ird the seat in -on-gress
which he warmed at one time.
It is proposed, by those high in
authority in tsrand Army circles,
to make Washington the permanent
headquarters of the order. It is
thought that on account of the ad
- tb.. members
of the organization that t lie reunions j
of the future will he more iu I
u;;ture of business meetings than at
present, aud th:d Washington will c
ear-ier of access aud better than other
1 till- ,!. I ,.?-, , llila! Itli iVIltllir
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again the Journal-Miner and its
editor. The aatae of I i tilill arhieh
it has Ix-en i.-ing for the pi-t . ight
or ten years i, betttg te.unecte.i and 1
the cobwebs anil dust brushed liom
the face of the type and for th- next j
t vo months the columns of tha! sheet
will be filled with its aeeaatofaedl
Majpaiga hotrii alxv.it the .l.-M. The
asastaer is left standing in type from
year to yer and need :rs eeewet to;
.ervihing said about a demtx-ratic '
Tlieiaetth.it tlie deeaBeiaVk ma
ehine shipped a eeg in the eoauea-1
tion for sheriff does sot -.lispr.oe its :
ix'ing a macliitie niitiie .iic! a Bsachhaa
run affair. A man was rertamly dsJl ,
nf eOOapn bfmsion who tailed to catch
:i to the cut and dried affair outside
4 the urTninatiTn f:.ir si.t-riff. Had
that BOOliaatiatt been first ou the list (
:!.:... s would have Ix-iui diffeceat, toe,
as the machiue fniled to meet iis i
promises ou that n.minat; .m.
Coconino county democrats will
hold their primaries under the Craw
ford county plau."
The territorial democratic conven-
tjon met j Tucson today to ratify
the nomination of Col. Wilson.
The public debt was cut down ?f.
S00.000 during August, and money in
circulation was increased 82.2418,000.
The democrats have paid so much
attention to the weeds in th' republi-
. cau fences th t they have quite for
: gotten the dilapidated condition of
, their own boundaries.
A London publisher who has is
sued a cast of characters similar to
fact that his wife composes literary
poems instead of gastronomic ones.
Five recently organized banks and
trust companies of Chicago already
report deposits aggregating fl6oi,-
in-;tXW. Three of these
operate a branch for
Those democrats who are reviling
the trusts appear to have forgotteu
how the democrats surrendered,
horse, foot and dragoon?, to the de
mands of the sugar trust, when the
Wilton bill was before the senate.
The democrats have left a good
opening for the elect iou of three
od citizens of this county as mem
bers of the legislative assembly. It
does not need to be a political affair
eilher, but a question of good repre
The provisions which President-
so as the administration is re
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Ji-nw M-rnt fit t he mir i h Imih.Ik.
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irlot li:ive- em iirv, d too ) oum
of Independence, Thomas Jefferson,
W. J. Bryan, free silver and home
rule for Ohio. Bv the wav this re -
minds us that our democratic friends
in mis territory nave not menno.u o
erable space this morning iu telling
what a good man W. A. Clark is
and what a fine mine he has and
what a good camp he has built up at
Jerome. It looks like a bid to have
Mr. Clark put up another $10,000 to
help pull the democratic ticket
through this vear. as Mr. Clark has
not been attacked from anv source,
. . s. , .. , v. :., ,
aS Ti v, ,
any one wanted Mr. Clark s mine
laxerj rtt a yaluat ion exceeding other
property in the territorv. Iu fact
our contemporary has mauuf tetuted
a straw man iu order to use it as a
basis to complitneut Mr. Clark in
hopes that he will put up another
"ten thousand" to boost the demo
cratic ticket this fall. Wili Mr.
Clark come iu?
King Alfonso of Spain persists in
his determination to marrv none but
an American heiress. Princesses of
Europe's royal houses are ineutioned
to him iu vain. In the course of a
royal reception to the court at San
Sebastian recently, the impetuous
young monarch was heard to say:
" ny should 1 not have an American
wife? Everyone assures me the;
Americans are the most beautiful, as
well as the richest ladies in tut
worm, u ts saiu mat wit- ii we
queen mother hea rtl these words she
glared at her sou aud requested him
to be silent. There are probably
American heiresses who would marry
the young scapegrace sprig of roy
alty if given an opportunity.
Senator Teller of Colorado made a
sx?ech at the democratic state con
vention of Colorado, in which he fcid:
"'When I left the republican party in
1896 I should then have aiiiliated
myself with the democratic organiza
tion, as I desired to do. But it was
deemed wiser that I affiliate with the
silver republicans. My sentiments
have always 1xhu democratic, as ihev
were before Liucolu's time. It was
on the oue'iot. of slaverv that I ,.f. i
the democratic party and affiliated
with the republicans.
fered from tin1
republicans on the
financial question, ami have voted hereafter they must be males. Now
i ,i i .i tieueial Passenger Agent Stone, of
with the demtx-nits in the senate on;., , -n i v l n i
the Louisville and Nashville road,
every importaut measure more than las t.lken even a more radical ,ie.
any other republican. Lincoln in his j partem and has appointed Miss Ber
ideas and sentiments, was the mat- ! tha Hattou assistant city ticket agent
est democrat this country ever hail."
It has been apparent for several
years that the democrats were pre
paring to claim Lincoln as a demo
crat, aud it has remained for Teller,
who admits that he has been almo-t
everything politically, to make the
announcement. The present gener-1
atton with their memories still fresh
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with the vindication heaped upon
Liaai ! Ha Ufa ha tarn iliiaaiimH i
patty, will scarcely accept
lers ipse dixit as correct history.
Limits to Money's Power.
Dries on a Pittefanrar railway sta
tion "plat form, Steel Magnate Henrv
i ,,rr..r..,l sl.'Mioiin t..r lit- v ll.,.
!.., tl . in' u. .. m;,v i
Cofcea. of New York, refuses a fo.iKiO !
museum offer lor his deformed child.
' are !
inues. .e i ofk it uriu.
Why You Should Insist on Having
EUREKA HARNESS OIL
Unerjualed by any other.
Renders hard leather soft.
Keeps out water.
A heavy bodied oil.
An excellent preservative.
Reduces cost of you' harness.
Never burns the leather ; its
EfnYiency is increased.
Secures tnist sen-ice.
Stitches kept from breaking.
s sold in all
Localities M .
Standard Oil ouiian.
POLICE WANT GRANNAN.
A Well Known Arizona Sport Being
Hunted for Tampering With the Mails.
Riley Grannan, a former resilient
of Phenix, and one of the best known
men among the sporting fraternity iu
this section, seems to have plunged
once too often and now the police of
Minneapolis and the postoffice in
spectors ara looking for him. Al
though no direct charge is made
against him, the evidence is that
Grannan is mixed up in a postoffice
scandal from which it will lie hard
for him to extricate himself. The
Minneapolis Journal says:
"Several mysteries connected with
the recent robberies of the mails iu
the Minneapolis postoffice have not
been cleared up and inspectors are
busy trying to unravel them. One
that proves especially trying is the
theft of a draft of 8280 from a letter
from Chicago. The draft was cashed
at a local gambling house, but no
trace of the man who cashed It can
be found. Local police worked on
the case at one time, but "Riley
Grannan, the plunger," the man who
is said to have cashed the check with
C. L. Loomis, cannot lie found.
Grannan and his wife left Phenix
some time last winter and have not
been henrd from since. While here
he played a cornet in Washington
street saloons. Mrs. Grannan, it will
le remembered, attempted to com
mit suicide iu Prescott last fall, but
failed. She came back to Phenix,
but the couple di 1 not remain here
long. Phenix Gazette.
New Us: for Burros.
The G. A. R. men of Albuquerque
are talking about a novel Bad striking
advertisemr-'t for Xew'Mexico to lie
employed t'nting the national en
campment ;ti Washington. It is pro
posed to lake along couple of
burros. In 'he big part ies the New
Mexico nighung.tles, laden with huge
loads of wool, fruit, gr..ius, minerals
and other products of the territory
will be givfu a prominent position.
The promoters of the unique idea
naturaliv feel that such an exhibit
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i ue uuneis niriv lie uepci ru vn ii.'
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uu . !' .1 11111 prill ifotu rt encvi ir ,-
Lqs iu, ju advertising their presence
1 by a judicious exercise of those rare
1 vK-al powers upon which rets the
J chiefest claim for fame of the animals.
!,rnw , vwl,;..t., v... it
will furnish the dinero to pav the
passage? is the pressing question.
Geonre F. Anderson, died at her home
in West Prescott vesterdav morning
i after several weeks
ilia . aged 2G
JJ" She became a Christian when
1 she was only 12 years old. and united
! with the Presbyterian church and
1 Taa a mtml)er of- t.hurc!l at the
i time of her death
Since coming to
Prescott, however, she has beea a
regular attendant and an active work
er in the Baptist church her-, having
a class iu the Sunday bchool. and
helping in many other ways. She
was one whom to know was to be
made better. Her parents, Mr. aud
Mrs. Hall, and her sister. Miss Maude
Hall, together with Mr. Anderson
have the sympathy of a host of
Short funeral services were held at
Mohn & Co.'s undertaking parlors
this afternoon at 4 o'clock. The hus
baad will leave tomorrow eveuing
with the body for their old home in
Drbaaa, Ills., where it will be buried
Take Care ot the Stomach.
The man or woman whose diges
tion is perfect and whose stomach
performs its every function is never
sick, lvodol cleanses, purines and
I sweetens the stomach and cures
IporitHely aad pennaaeaUy all atota-
ach troubles, indigestion and dys
It is the wonderful recon
structive tonic that is making so
many sick people well and weak
people strong by conveying to their
bodies all of the nourishment in the
food they eat. Rev. J. H. Holladay
of Holladay. Miss., writes: "Kodoj
has cured me. I consider it the best
remedy I ever used for dyspepsia aud
stomach troubles. I was given up
by physicians. Kodol awed my life.
Take it after meals. W. W. Ross,
Brislev Drug Co.
Not iong siuce President Loree, of
the Baltimore Ai Ohio road, issued an
order that hereafter no female steno-
graphers are to be employed by the
operatiug department of the com
pauy. Those who now hold positions
are not to lx dismissed, but wheu it
is necessary to hire stenographers
of the L. and X. at N'ew Orleans.
Mis HattOB is the only female filling
thin position in the United States.
She has liecu for souie time steno
grapher in the office of Divisiou Pas
senger Agt-nt Ridgely of the com
pany at New Orleans, and it was Mr.
Ridirelv who recommended her an-
The following is a list of le'teie re-
mainiug in tue rreseott post omce tor
the week ending Sept. 1, 1902:
Arnold, Evirette (lakes, Peter
Burgess, John L
Calhoun, J Mrs
Cannon, J R
Prescott. D W
Davis, B V
Edwards, Schyler Sneidager. J
$"T. 5 a.
Shellmati. m M
Stewart, Danit l
Shang. Emmet t
Shaw. C T
Teeples, Can v
Wyaohea, D W
Webber. Ratr B
Wei is. R (i
Willi. mis. Ed
Whitehead. S E
Hill. S R
Bamiltoa, H Mrs
Keeler, Edwin J
Lilthrop, (J F
M.Calmoiitil. U P
H I.-. Minuie Mrs WileoB, .1 B
Morrison, lioaea WUtae, Charlee
Xeilson. M Miss White, B I)
Anila, Caraaea C Leaora, Joaqaia
Broaaa, Refujia de Lohato, Alberto
! Ualieiiea. Maaael Ifebiae, Johna
Cru. Eulalia Mi'dtaiia. Aujr! O
Claza, Tietro NodaL Ameiio G
(iomez. Alberto Baaaeda, Babai
(Jareia. Jose Sanceda, Sabas
Parties calling for abota letters
will please say adveitised.
A. L. Smith, Postmaster.
Call for County Republican Coven
tion. By direction of the republican coun
ty central conimitttee of Yavapai
county, Arizona, a convention of dele
gates of the republican party of Yav
apai county is hereby called to meet
at Prescott. Arizona, on Monday, the
loth day of September, 1902, at 10
o'clock a. m., at the court house.
The purposes for which this con
vention is called are:
First. The selection of 33 dele
gates to represent the party for Yav
apai county at the territorial conven
tion, called to meet at Phoenix, Sep
temlxr 17th, 1902, to nominate a re
publican candidate for delegate to
congress, to Iw voted for at the next
ensuing election, in November.
Second. The nomination of repub
lican candidates for the various coun
ty offices, to be voted for at the next
ensuing election, in November.
Third. The nomination of repub
lican candidates for the various pre
cinct offices, to be voted for at the
Fourth. The selection of a repub
lican county central committee, and,
generally, to transact any other busi
ness that mar properly come before
The basis for the representation for
t ie several precincts at this conven
t on is fixed at one (1) delegate for
each precinct hereinafter enumerated,
and in addition theaeto one (1) dele-,
gate for every 25 votes or fraction
thereof cast at the last general elec
tion for Hon. N. O. Murphv, for dele
gale to congress, except the Prescott
precinct, which shall have not to ex
eeed 16 delegates.
On this basis the apportionment is
Precinct No. Delegates.
Ash Fork 1
Ash Creek 1
Agua Fria, Upper 1
Augua Fria, Lower 1
Bearer Creel: 1
Humble Bee 1
Black Hills 1
Big Chiuo 1
Big Bug 2
Blue Dick Mine 1
Black Cauyon 1
Cnxnk Canyou 1
Crown Poiut 1
Crazy Basin 1
Czar j 1
Crown Kiug 1
Congress Junction 1
Cherry : 1
Castle Creek Hot Springs 1
Carapbell'a Rauch 1
C.ipper Mountain 1
Ciok's Saw Mill 1
Copper Basin 1
De! Rio 1
Fool's Gulch 1
Groom Creek, Lower 1
Granite Mountain 1
Grant Bros. Camp No. 1 1
Grant Bros. Camp No. 2 1
Grant Bros. Camp No. 3 1
Grant Bros. Camp No. 4 I
Hatz Camp 1
Hill Side Mine 1
Hillside Station 1
Home Run Mine 1
Hurricane Mine 1
Iron King 1
Jerome Junction 1
Jersey Lillie 1
King's Rauch 1
Lynx Creek 1
Miller Yalley 1
Monarch Mine 1
MeCabe : 2
Mint Yalley 1
Mountain Springs 1
Mtxiel Mine 1
Oak Creek 1
Oil Camp 1
Oro Grande 1
Oro Belle 1
P. V E. Junction 1
Peeples Valley 1
Peck's Lake 1
Pickerell's Camp 1
Pine Tree Station 1
Red Rock 1
Sloans' Camp 1
Skull Yalley 2
Slate Creek 1
Sycamore Canyon 1
Squaw Peak 1
Santa Maria 1
Turkey Creek 1
Thompson Valley 1
Thumb Butte 1
Treasure Vault Mine 1
Verde Apex 1
Verde Camp 2
Verde Queen 1
Verde Upper 1
Verde Middle 1
Verde Val 1
Verde Chief 1
Williamson Valley 1
Walnut Grove 1
Waluut Creek 1
White Horse 1
Primaries will be held iu the sev
eral precincts on Saturday, the 6th
day of Septemlxr, 1902. between the
hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m. for the
selection of delegates to the conven
tion. At such primaries those who will
lx- niialifcid to vote at the next gen
eral eleetioa and who are republicans
and are residents of the precinct
wherein thev offer to vote, ami those
only, shall be permitted to vote at
thoee nciiaarirs and such peraoaa
halt It-' eligible for delegates.
J. M. W. Mtrc.
J. C Forest,
Jie t united pt J. Prrr. the home
met ti I i. il ir. .'. iaa at tea of tea
parted sad domestic suitings and
pints goods, for fall and winter.
( "all early while the stock is fresh, as
you know where goods are nude up
on the premises by first class work
men and a perfect fit guaranteed in
every case, is the place to go to, to
receive satisfaction. Opposite the
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Saved by the Suggestion of a
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The following is the delinquent list uf
assessment luied for improvement of the
streets in the City of Prescott, Arizona.
Atkinson. R J Lot 4. Pleury. blk 7. 50
front feet at 1,221. 61.05. cost and per
centage 3.A6, total $64.60.
Adams. A D Lot 2. East Prescott. blk 7.
150 front feet at 1.221. 1S1.15, cost and per
centage 9.65, total $12.80.
Blackburn, Mary Lot 1. blk 7. 50 front
feet at .875. 43.75, cost and percentage 2.!.
Brecht. P G Lot 1, blk E. 150 front feet
at 1.53ft. 230.40. cost and percentage 12.02.
Brow. Root-S lot !). blk 7. 25 front
feet at .875. 21.88. lot 11, blk 7. 50 front feet
at .875, 43.75, cost and percentage 4.28. total
Belcher, Ben Lot 8, blk 8. 50 front feet
at .875, 43 75, cost and percentage tM total
Bowen, X W 25 feet lot 8. blk 21, 25
front feet at .591, 14.77, cost and percentage
1.24. total $16.01.
Bashford. Estate of L Lot 8. blk 8. 25
front feet at 1.5H6, 38.40. ies credit 4.6 .
33.78; lot 7. blk 8, 25 front feet at 1.536.
38.40, leas credit 4.62. 33.78: lot 6. hlk s. 3
front feet at 1,536, 38.40, less credit 4.62.
33.78: lot 5. blk 8. 25 front feet at 1.5.TB.
38.40. less credit 4.62. 33.78: lot 4, blk -.
front feet at 1.536. 38.40. less credit tM,
33.78: lot 3. blk 8. 25 front feet at 1336.
38.40, less credit 4.62. 38.78: total BBBa
202.68. cost and percentage 13.13. total
Goldwater. M North 60 feet lo' 35. hlk
15. 60 front feet at .906. 54 36. allotted by
coancil 26 45. cost and percentage 1 90.
total $29 81.
Guild. Mrs J A Lot 7. blk 2. 50 front
feet at .691. 89 55: lot 9, blk 26. 50 front feet
at .591. 29-5S-. cost and percentage 3 95. total
Hatz. Mrs C Lot 12. blk 2. 50 front lata
at MLMM, cost and percentage 1 '.. tot.tl
Head, A J Lot 8. blk 9. 50 front feet at
.906, 45 30: lot 12. blk !. 50 front feet at JM
45 30; lot 14. blk 9, 50 front feet at .!6.
45 30, cost and percentage 8 29. total $144.19.
Haggott. K A Lot 10. Pleury add. blk 6.
60 front feet at 1.221. 6105; lot 11. Pleury
add. blk 6, 50 front feet at 1.221. 61 05: lot
12. Fleury add. blk 6. 50 front feet at 1.221.
6106; lot 13. Fleury add. blk 6. 50 front
feet at 1.221. 61 05: lot 14. Kleury aud. blk a
eotrontfeet at 12.-21. 6105: lot 15. PI nr.
add. blk 6, 50 front feet at 1.221. 61 05. cost
and percentage 21 31. total $.:.-7 61.
Hartin. John Lot 2. blk E. 150 front feet
at 1.536. 2:i0 40, cost and percentage 12 02.
total $242 42.
High School Block 16. 225 front feet at
: 1. 274 72, cost and percentage 13 73, total
Public School Block 11. 283 front feet at
1.221, 345 54. cost and percentage 17 78. total
Johns. A A Lot 24. Fleury add. blk 3. 1J0
front feet at 1.221. 183 15. cos! and percent
age 9 65. total $192 90.
Kelly and Stephens Lot 19. blk 7. 50front
feet at .875. 43 75; lot 21. blk 7. 50 front feet
at .875. 43 75: lot 23. blk 7. 50 front feet nt
.875. 43 75 : lot 25. blk 7, 50 front feet at 1.536.
2:10 40. cost and percentage 20 08. total
Keegan. Mrs J G Lot 6. blk 25, 50 front
feet at .56, 28 00: lot 7. blk 25. M front feet
at .56. 28 00. cost and percentage 3 80. total
Lowry. J R Part of lot 43. blk 30. 5 front
feet at 1 03. 5 15; lot 44. blk 20, 25 front feet
at 1 ttt, 25 75; lot 45, blk 20. 25 front feet at
103.25 75; lot 46. blk 20. 25 front feet .-it
1 03. 25 75, cost and percentage . total
Clark ,v Adams Lot 14. blk 2. 50 front
; feet ai .56. 28 00; lot 16, blk 2. 50 front fxt
' at .56, 28 00; lot 18. blk 2. 50 front feetat .56.
28 00; lot 20. blk 2. 50 front feet at .56.
1 28 00 : lot 2, bl k 2, 50 front feet at .56. 28 00 :
I lot 4. blk 2. 50 front feet at .56. 28 00. cost
i and percentage 11 40. total $17A 40.
Crapo, Mrs Jennie S 12 feet of lot 10 and
I all of lot 12 and 38 feet of lot 14. blk 8. 100
front feet at .875, 4:1 75. cost and iwrceutage
5 88. tot ;1 $.
Crocker. C-Lot 18. blk 20, 50 front lata
j at .875. 43 75. cost and iwrcentage 269, total
Connell, Root Lots 1. 13 and 20. blk 36.
150 front feet at .56. 84 00, cost and per-
centage 5 70, total $80 70.
Dougherty. Joe Lot 12. Fleury add. blk !
D. 150 front feet at 1.XI6. 2)40: west 243 1
ftet lot 1. Fleury add. blk 5, 243 front feet
! at 1.221. 206 70: east 8H feet lot 1. Fleury
arid, blk 5, x i-.. trout teet at i.o.s. n w)
alley. 66H front feet at 1.536, 101 88: lot 1,
bik F. 100 front feet at 1.536. 153 60: lot 8ft,
blk C. ISOfront feet at I .lit. 230 40. 1.025 77.
cost aud percentage 54 28. total $1X80 05.
Fisher. Mrs J L Lot 37. blk 13. 150 front
feetat KB. 154 50: lot 13. blk 7. 50 front :
f. t at XT.. 43 : :irviiv:ded !..'of lot 2!. hlk
13. 1 fior.t f.. : 1: ....". l"!ti: undivided '3 1
of lot 30. blk 13. 1-', r. al fi-etat .8 75. 10 SM:
lot blk 13, 25 front ftet at .X75. 21 87 : lot j
37. blk 13. 25 front f.-. ta' .875. 21 X.-: lot 4.
blk 10.50 front feet at .ST".. 43 75: lot 1. blk 1
25. 50 front feet at .56. : U : l:.t 2. blk 25. ft
front feet at .56. M 00: lot l.:.blk20.5O front
feetat Jtm. 29 55: lot 15. blk 20. 50f ront fi et
at .591. 29 55. 422 72, costs and perccntaije
m' o ....... t ex. aa
no. l. . ,f ; , , '.
Ford. Mrs ti Lsit hlk I,oU tront feet
at .56. 28 00. co- n -rct-ntagv 1 90. total
Gardner. J I L .1 3ft, East Prescott. blk
6, 1.50 front feet al 1.221. 183 15: lot 20. blk I
3. 50 front feet at .906. 45 :. costs and per
centage 12 42. total $240 87.
lot 47. blk 20. 26 front feet at 1 0"!.
25 76; lot 4X. blk 20, 25 front feet at 1 tat
25 75. cost and percentage 'J '''. total
Ling, Recxc M East no feet of lot -4. blk
III. 50 front feet 1.221. 61 05. cost and per
centage 3 55. total $64 60.
Murphy. F M Lot 5. Fleury add. blk 7.
25 front feet at 1.221, 30 52. ceal and per
centage 2 02. total $32 54.
Myers. F D Lot 24, Fleury add. blk 8.
150 front feet at 1.221. 183 15. coat aud per
centage 9 65. total $192 80.
Mnlvenon. Al West 50 feet of lot 24. blk
7. 50 front feet at 1,536. 76 80, cost and per
centage 4 34. total $81.14.
Moore. 4 M W Lot 23. East Prescott. blk
6. 150 front feet'iit 1.221. 183 15, cost and
percentage 9 65. total $192 80.
Pettitt. Mrs F Lot 3. blk 25. 50 front feet
at .56. 28 00 : lot 4. bik 25.50 front feet at .56.
28 00: lot 5. blk 25. 50 front feet at .56, 28 00.
coat and percentage 5 70. total $89 70.
Pentland. Eleanor tot 24. East Prescott.
blk 2, 150 front feet at 1.221. 183 15. coft
and percentage 115. total $192
"Radzewsky. Mrs -I Lot 2. blk 19, 150
front feet at 1 03. 154 50. cost and percentage
8 22. total $162 72.
Ruffner, Geo C Lot 38, blk 20. 25 front
f eet at 1 03. 25 75 : lot blk 9t SM front
feet at 103, 25 75: lot 40. bit -.0. 2S front
feet at 103. 25 75: lot -. Ms -V. IS,
froatfeet at 8 75. 109 38: lot 1. bU 20.5(1
front feet at .591.29 55; lot 2. blk .0. 50 front
feet at .875. 43 75. tost and pertrutiie 15 99.
total $275 38. .
Rodenhurg. J X Lot 2. blk 8. 50 front
feet at .875. 43 75: lot 4. blk 8. 50 front feet
at .875. 43 75. cost aud percentage 5 37. total
Raible. Mrs V Lot 11. blk 8. 50 front
feet at .5106. 4630: lot 6. bik -0. 50 front feet
at .875. 43 75: lot 5. blk 19. 50 front feet at
.875. 43 75: lot 12. blk 26. 50 front feet at .56.
28 00: lot 14. blk 26, 50 front feet at .56.
28 00: lot 54. blk 15. 25 front feet at .906.
22 65: lot 11. blk 26, 50 front feet at .591.
29 55: lot 13. blk 26. 50 front feet at .591.
29 66: lot 17. blk 8. 50 front feot at .WW.
44 30. cost and percentage 20 29. total
Ross. H D Lot 9. blk 20, 50 front feet at
.591.29 56: lot 11. blk 20. 50 front feet at
.591 29 55. cost and percentage I 95. total
Scopel. F Lot 1. blk 19. 150 feet front at
1 IK, 154 60: lot 1. blk 19. 50 front feet xt
.875, 43 75: north 2IS feet lot .1. blk 19, 2D1...
front feet at .875. 17 !4. cost and percentage
12 31, total $228 ift
Schanberger. J Lot 6. blk 2. 50 froat feet
at .56. 28 00: lot 8. blk 2. 50 front feet at ..v..
28 It): lot 10. blk 2. 50 front feet at .."6. 28 00;
cost and percentagi 5 20: total $89 20.
Stephens. awBata A Lot H. blk 26.50 front
feet at .56. 28 00: lot 8. blk 26. "i front leal
it .56.2X 00: co-tand perccnt.ie- 3 80: total
Stephens. J C Lot 1. Fleury add. hlk
50 front feet at 1 221. 183 15: exist and per- 1
,-entage 9 65: total $192 80.
Smith. Mrs. B H- Lot 8. Fleury add, blk
J. 50 front feet at 1.221. 61 On: lot Fleury
:dd. blk 6. 50 front IM at 1.221. HI 115; aata
ind percentage 7 10 total $i-9ti.
S F P V R I Co-Lot I. blk 2. 50 front
t'eet at .581. 29 55: lot 2. blk 3, 50 front feet
al .591. 29 55 : credit allowed 35 56 : cost and I
.x-rcentage 2 18: total $V5 72.
Thomas. May Kat 50feet of lot 2. blk 26.
V0 front feet at .56. IX 00: a-t ft feet ..f lot
I, blk 26. 50 front feet at .56. i8 00; Baal am'
lorcentage 3 M): total $59X0.
Wells. E W Lot 49. blk 20. 25 front f .
it 1 tt!. 25 75: lot 50. blk 20. -5 front feet at
i 08,25 75: lot 15. blk 19. 50 front feet at 1
8 75. 43 75: cost aud percentage 6-5: total
Weaver. B H Lot X. blk 20. 50 front feet
it .875. 43 75: lot 10. hlk iO. M fret t feet at
.8 75. 43 75: cost and percentage 5 37 : total,
Wollenberg. Mrs L Lot 10. blk M
front feet at .56. L8(i(: evt imd percentage
! 90: total $29 90.
Williams, Mrs F W Lot 20. blk 21. ft
ront feet at .591.29 56: lot 22. blk 21.60
.ront feet at .591. 29 56; lot 24. blk 21. 50
front feet at .691. 29 56: cost and percentage 1
5 98: total $94 58.
Wager. Edward-Lot 14. blk 27, 50 front
feet at .591. 29 55: cost and percentage 1 90;
total $31 53.
Wright. J H West 100 feet lot 24. blk 10,
1i front feet at 1.221. 122 10; cost and per
centage 6 60: total $128 70.
Yavapai County Sooth side of Plaza,
327.x front feet at 103. 337 63: west side of
Plana, 103.7 front feet at .875. 528 23; east
side of Plaza. 604 front feet at .906, 547 22 ;
north side of I'lxza. 325.9 front feet at 1.536,
MM; total $1,913 AS.
Yater. Dnlton A Center 55 feet of lot 23,
blk 9. 55 front feet at UH 84 48: coat and
percentage 4 72 : total $89 20.
To the persons, parties, corporations, com
panies and owners above named, and all
others interested in the lands and real estate
above mentioned and described : I, Alfred
A very t. city assessor and ez-o6Sch tax col
lector of the City of Prescott, in the County
of Yavapai and Territory of Arizona, do
hereby give notice :
That unless he. she or they shall pay the
amount, of the assessments for street im
provements, together with the costs and
percentage on the real estate aa above
described in the foregoing tax liat for im
provements made, the same will be sold for
the .satisfaction of said taxes, costs and .
And I do hereby further give notice that
on Wedneeday. October S, A. D. 19064,
all the lands and real estate above
mentioned will be exposed to public sale in
front of the City Council Chambers, hi the
City of Prescott. in the County of Yavapai,
in the Territory of Arizona, for the amount
..f -.lid taxes for improvements made, to
gether with the costs and percentage due
City ssessor and ex-offlcio
Dated September 6.
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