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The readers of this paper will be pleased
to learn that there i3 at least one dreaded
disease that science has been able to cure
in all its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is the only possitive cure now
hnnwn r t.Tin medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional disease, requires
constitutional treatment. Hall's Uatarr
Cure is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces o? th
system, thereby destroying the foundation
of the disease, and given the patient
strength by building up the constitution
and assisting nature in doing its work, In
proprietors have so much faith in its cura
tivo powers, that they offer One Hundred
Dollars for any case that it fails to cu
Send for list of Testimonials.
Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO,, Toledo, 0,
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. Tile man', who live bet
ter than othe'rs and enjoy life more, with fiSold by Druggists, 75
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting : the world's best products to rPMSON.-Continued from second
me neeas oi pnysicai oeing, win auesr
the value to health of the pure liquid
.laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presentiDc
n me iorm most acceptaoie ana pleas- 00d. You are resDectfully re-
Ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly K: , . i r rv n
beneficial properties of a perfect lax- ferred to the reports of Dr. Oottei,
:ative ; enectually cleansing the system, Superintendent Gates and Assis
-uxaueiunii uuius, uuaua.uuea aim levers , , r j au. u- J
im permanent v curinrr constipation. tant Superintendent Shaw for de-
It has given satisfaction to millions and tailed information on the practical
t. iii. ja. - l r ii. i- i
aes wnii ue approval ui uie meaicai mnrfnaa nf v,fi inBt.it.iit.ion.
the Kid- "w &" " .
Prison. Continued from
in a subsequent communication
The health of the prisoners
profession, because it acts on
neys, Liver and Bowels without went
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
byrup of Jb ig3 is for sale by all drug-
After careful study and com
pansons we nave aeeraea it ad
vantageous to renew the contract
gists in 50c and$l bottles, but it is man- wjth the Yuma Light and Water
niacturea Dy me tjaiiiornia r m oyruo . ,. r i
Co. onlv. whose name is printed on every Company for a continuance of the
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs present contract for another year,
and being well informed, you will nor Wn idj ,.,.f tint
accept any substitute if offered. Weare Pleased to ieP0lfc tha
great interest is taicen oy ine pris
oners in the religious meetings
held within the prison walls. The
prisoners show a disposition to
learn more of a subject with which
many of them have been strangers
all of their lives.
To Mrs. Hiel Hale and other
ladies of Yuma, is due much
praise for their unselfish and char-
LP. FISHER, NEWSPAPER AD- itable services in behalf of reform.
vertising Agent, 21 Merchants' , .
Exchange. San .Francisco, is our authorized ItespeciIUliy -SUDmiltea,
;agent. This paper is kept on file in this BOARD OF PRISON COMMISSIONERS,
jy o. U. 5AGQj VJnairman.
J. W. POEBIHSTOH, Proprietor.
SATURDAY OCT. 7, 1893.
WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT.
Our Public Schools
?For the seven davs Ending Friday
Oct. 6th, 1893.
day. Bel. Humid Temper'tun
5 am 5pm Max. Min
aturday 62 20 86 62
Sunday 30 22 80 65
Monday S5 22 E5 67
Tuesday 67 17 92 51
Wednesday 72 18 94 53
- Thursday , 73 18 93 58
Friday. 33 18 98 60
.Average. 54 19 89 I 53
Total rainfall during- week, 0.00.
Obserrer. U. S. Weather Bureau.
Louis laeger "will open his "place to th
T3ribTicnext Monday evening. Ho has had
-it-fitted up in grand style.
i.ne o. r. it. n. nas commenced suit;
agains t the village of Yuma to quiei titl
to ctrtain property in town
The steamer Gila left for Norton's land
ing Thursday with a full load of freight,
I3hewill return end leave for Ehrenberg on
"When the hair begins to fall out or turn
Are the main-stay of our republic
In them are being: cultivated the
minds which are to be our future law
makers and leaders in every walk ii
life. How essential it is that these
minds should be united to strong.
healthy bodies. So many children
suffer from impurities and poisons
the blood that it is a wonder that
they ever crow up to be men and
women. Many parents cannot lind
words strong enough to express their
gratitude to Hood's Sarsaparilla for
ita good effect upon their cuildrcu.
Scrofula, salt rheum and other dis
eases of the blood are effectually aiid
permanently cured by this excellent
medicine, and the whole being
Civen strength to resist attacks or
In Just 24 hours J. V. 6. relieves constipation
p.nd sick headaches. After it gets tho system
under control an occasional dose provents return.
Wcreler.by permission, to V,f. II. Mmshatl.Bruns
vricK House, S. F ; Geo A. Werner. 531 California
St. 6. F.; Mrs. C. Morvin. 1S5 Kearny Bt S. F.,
and. many others T7ho have louud relief from
constipation and sicJc licadacncs. C. W . Vincent,
oi 0 Tcrrcnce Court. S, F. -writes: "1 am COycara
ot age and hava been troubled with constipation
tor 25 ycar3 I was recently Induced to try Joy s
Vegetable Sarsaparilla. 1 recognized m it at
once an herb that tho Mexicans used to givo us
in tho early Id's lor bowel troubles. (I came to
California In 1330 ) and I tnew it would help mo
and it has. For tho first time mycars I oanslccp
well and my system 13 regular and in splendid
condition . Th c old llesican herbs m this remedy
are a certain euro xa constipation and bowol
troubles " AfIc or
Larscat bottle, most effective, same prico,
For Sale by Gonder & Co.
Tho Ladiea Aid Society gave a very
pleasant reception at Superintendent Gates
residence Saturday evening.
Lieut. L. C. Easton, of the U. S. Engineer
Corps, arrived in town last evening, to
ovcrsoe the building of the new levee.
JKev. A. E. Krom of Indiana will have
charge of the M. E. church in Ynma tho
coming year. He is very highly spoken of
by those who know him.
Isario Higuerra found the body of a dead
man about ono and one-half miles beyond
the Hodges Bros, place on tho west side of
the river Tuesday. From appearances it
was a cholo as he had on one of their style
of high peaked hats.
THE WAT OUT
of woman's troub
les is with Doctor
Safely and cer
tainly, every deli
cate weakness, de
disease peculiar to
the sex is perma
Out of all the
medicines for wo
men, the "Favor
ite Prescription "
is tho only one
to qo wnat is
claimed for it.
In all " female
complaints " and irregularities, peri
odical pams, displacements, internal
inflammation or ulceration, bearing
down sensations and kindred ail
ments, if it ever fails to benefit or
cure, you have your money back.
Anything " ust as good," or as
Magnetic v.v;..tiou 13 d-.t- 14 i
The location of this mine Is
iire ycu an ineu on.., uo van
tired feeling or aicu I:eadsh.:? You cu b,s
1 !) ISO;, i-j swifit
relieved of all these symptoms by .taking j acriv.
Hood's Sarap.iiilla which gives norva and
Hood's Pills are easy in action.
P. P. Browne, a mining engineer of note,
and an old Arizonian, late of J ohanesburg.
South Africa, is in town on his way to the
north part of the county to examine the
Maraquita mine for New York parties.
APPLICATION FOR A PATENT. NO. 153.
United States Land OSce, )
Los Angeles, Cal., October 3rd, 1893.
Notice is hereby civen that De Witt C. Jayne,
whose postoflic address i8 Florida. New York, has I
this day filed his application for a patent for 1500
jinunr luci, in me v cuus iumc or vein, Dearing poicl
ilU .UUUtt giuuuu VJV lUClr 111 IUU1, IKUHCU III
ficacho Mining District, County of 3an Diego, and
State of California, and designated by tha field
r.otoj and official plat on file in this office as lot
number thirty-nine (39) said lot .No 33 being des
cribed as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at a 4x12x20 in, light colorodjporphyry
scone, sec id in. in tne srouna m mounu oi stono
marked V S E C, for Venus South End Center.
identical with old monument of location, whence
an iron-wood tree 7 in. in diameter on West bank of
a wasli marked VSECBT bears N 72 deg W 57.1 ft
distant, variation i ueg 14 mm JS. Thence N 55
deg 43 min E along the Southerly boundary of the
Venus Mine O.uo ens to west edge of Picacho wash,
t-hj: r.-9 a Wwtcrir Timor diHoaiing- 00 desT 35
a y. ; "-i. "''; : XorHiorly boundary N
" -s i -;n;.,..g i.n, Ch3 to ravino.
i to ravine, course ij, 1 oh; i.45 chs
f. ursrjnnijf, fyntaii.mg 13.91
orded in the Re-
wiacrs oic. oi aa.T inigo (Jountv, it tho City of
San Diego Cciinty r-f 3-.n Djeg0j st.-lc of California.
Any and all persona claiming adveraaly any por
tion of S3 id Goisnon mine or surfice ground, are re
quired to file thoir aJverse claims wi;h tho Ueguter
ui mo i nuci oca'.ed Land OH at T.nc
tho Count of Los Anzeles. Califnmi ,lnrin
eixfcy dav's irioilof iublicatl'jn hereof, or they will
be barred by the virtue of the provisions of tho
Statute. W. H. SEAMAN3,
It is hereby ordsrad, th".t the foreiroing Notice of
(jniiiinuii iui j. u.ciiu c tuuiif ucu ior me period
of 3ixty days, ten conaasntivo weeks, in the Arizona
bESTiSBb, a weekly newspjiper puoiislied at Yuma
Territory of Arizona. II. SEAMAN'S,
fmrp tn hrincr Vipln pnuld hp and course North; 2.27 chs to E bank of Picacho wash;
SUie tO Dring neip, COUia De, ana U.545 ci,s 300 feet, to corner No 1 of Venus, identi-
WOUia DC, SOlu. in TUBE UlUU wav cal witnom location monument, inis 13 also corner
This guaranteed medicine is an ""isa post ik "in duSiete? fee?ionK 12 Tn.
lnV10ratlU, restorative tOniC, CS- in ground, in mound of stones nnrked V 1 ou W
:il jj.3 4. i side, whence mineral monument No 64 bears N 77
pecially adapted tO -VVOman S needs deg 45 min E distant 44.01 chs. The Eye of Picacho
bears North 644 deg W. rorge chimney on Mars
bears North 15& deg West. Whim shaft on Mara
bears N 10l deg West. Thence deflecting SO deg 41
min to the left N 24 deg 5S min West, along the line
between tho Mars and the Venus quartz mines. 1.0D
chs to brow of Picacho ravine, 2.42 chs to South
edge of Picacho wash, course N 67i dig E; 2.70 chs
to N edge of Picacho wash; 3.03 chs to place where
6ome placer mines have been worked extending E
and W 2 chs; 3.35 chs to shft 6x9 feet, 6 feet deep,
3 feet W of line; 3.S5 chs to point shaft 12 feet in
and perfectly harmless in any con
dition oi her system.
To ISis uters of ISirds
And anvone who wants to makfi
money and increase the amount of
exports of. Arizona's products, we
recommend the reading of a
nouncement of Mayer Misch, of
Sau Francisco, on page 3 of this
The Board of Supervisors held their regu
lar meeting the fore part of the week and
went through the general routine of busi
ness, supervisors Gandolfo and Haraszthy
were present, R. M. Straus absent.
The Board of Prison Commissioners held
their regular quarterly session the first of
the week. Chairman S. O. Bagg and A. G
tne scalp needs doctoring and we Williams were present, J. T. Le3ueur
Know otnooetter specmc tnan Halls Vege- absent. Their report, with those of the
stable Sicilian Hair Kenewer. superintendent, assistant superintendent
CoL J. S. Noble, superintendent of the and physician, will be found in today's
Tucson division, S. P. K."E., returned from Sentinel. Mr. Bagg left for Los Angeles
San Francisco Thureday-and wnt -through Wednesday. Wr. Williams returned to
to Tucson. rOasa Grande Tuesday evening,
F There can be no health 'for either mind or
body so long as the blood is vitiated.
tdlense tho vital current from all impurities
by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. This
znxdicine rcscruita the wasted energies,
strengthens the nerves, and restores health
to the debilitated system.
JckStw&rt, the old "40er," returned
from California Sunday evening, where he
had been on a visit to his family. He will
-eoon open business at his old stand on
And etttarrh In the Head
Mr. W. X. Tucker
I feel that it is impossible for me -to -Bay-too
auea In favor of Hood's Sarsaparilla. I was
a great lafforer from impure blood and Catarrh
tn nj head. Job's comforters failed to comfort
pe, and I suffered from numerous boils
Agony Boyond Description.
When I began to tako Hood's Sarsaparilla Iliad
nx of them, only four of which came to a head, r
nd elnce then, thanks to this good medicine, I
aTe been free from this great affliction. I
earned 11 pounds in three weeks. The Catarrh
la my head which has troubled meior years has
alo been cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla and I
am enjoyinr good general health. I earnestly
recommendllood's Sarsaparilla to all who are
-afflicted." W. L. Tuckee, lloseburg, Oregon.
Tho l-'oimtiiiii Head
When we recollect that the stomach is the"
grand laboratory in which food is trans
formed into the secretions which furnish
vigor to the system after entering and en
riching the blood, that it is, in short, the
fountain head of strength, it is essential to
keep this important supplying machine in
order, and to restore it to activity when it
becomes inactive. This Hostetter's Stom
ach Bitters does most effectually, seasonably
regulating and reinforcing digestion, pro
moting due action of the liver and bowels.
Strength and quietude of the nerves depend
in great measure upon thorough digestion.
There is no nervine tonic more highly es
teemed by the medical fraternity than the
Bitters. Physicians also strongly commend
it for chills and fever rheumatism, kidney
and bladder trouble, sick headache, .and
want of appetite and sleep. Take a wins
glassful three times a day.
A. G. Williams, the new Prison Commis
sioner, appointed in place of L. Fraissinet
resigued, made a most favorable impression
upon all who met him here, and with whom
he had business relations, by his energetic
and business like method of conducting
matters relating to the prison.
Diseases of Eye and Ear. Errors of
refraction corrected and proper glasses
Ancil Martin, M. D.
Hon. A. G. Hubbard's fine exhibition of
gold quartz, from the Harqua Hala mines,
in this county, took the first premium at
the World's fair at Chicago. 1
Y-our best remedy for
Salt-Rheum, Sore Eyes
S-curvy, Humors, itch
A-II cured by
WANTED ANY QUANTITY OP
which will he paid on receipt of goods
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
SoM by all Druggists. 1'rice $1 ; six bottles, ?5.
Cures others, will euro yon
aSe of Gondem-
Public notice is hereby given that the following
named property belonging to the Territory was
condemned by the Board of Prison Commissioners
on October 3, 1893:
Two colts revolvers, 45 calibre, single action.
One colt revolver, 41 calibre, double-action.
One 15-horse power boiler.
One set dray harness, double.
One Enowles pump and boiler.
One Winchester -rifle, 45-60.
Accordingly I will, at the door of the Superin
tendent's office, at 10a. m., on Tuesday, October
17th, 1S93, sell at public auction to the highest bid
der for cash, in United States lawful money, all the
right, title, claim and interest of said Territory to
the said property
Dated October 5tli, 1893.
Superintendent Territorial Prison.
bo sure to cure evary case
of Catarrh, is Dr. Sage's Ca
tarrh Kemedy mat its pro-
, i ,i rr 3 feet W of line; s.&t ens to point shaft 12 feet in
DrietOrS make yOU tlllS Otter: diameter at top and 0 feet diameter at bottom and
tljr , i j CO iect deep, bears S 05 deg W distant 67 Iks; 4.54
ll yOU Can t be CUred, Per- chs to too of spur, course E about 2.75 chs; 4.39 chs
monontlrr -urP'11 nnv irrm O to point shaft 4x8 feet 30 feet deep, bears S 63 deg
manenUy, We ll pay yOU 550 W distant 47 Iks; 5 chs to mouth of tunnel on Venus
zi Iks v . rnw tunnei uears aoutn o ae est, us
Iks where it strikes the last uamcu shaft winch is
sunk 011 an incline to the West. Then the tunnel
deflects 10 Acs to the right and runs into spur Ql
Iks farther; 5.30 chs to ravine 30 Iks wide, course E;
6.67 chs to brow of ravine enter mining flat; 7.57
chs to point on flat marked Dy a stone 4x12x23 in,
set 14 in. in the ground, Marked M on East side and
v, for Venus, on West side. South end of nr3t open
cut mentioned in running middle line bears N 844
deg E, distant 1.70 chs; 10.70 chs to shaft 6x6 feet
200 feet deep, bears S &j deg W distant 2o Iks; 17.91
chs to shaft 6x0 feet 12 feet deep; 22.72 clu, 1500
feet, to corner No 2. the N E corner of Venus, which
13 also the corner No 3 of JIars, a post 4 in. in di
ameter, 4J feet long, 12 in. in ground, in mound of
stone identical with old location ironumont.
marked M 3, for Mars No 3, on E side and V 2, for
Venus No 2, on W side, xhis corner is set in an
open space on ground gently inclined to the North
and about SO Iks South of a ravine which courses N
Thence deflecting 99 deg 19 min to the left, S 55
deg 43 min W along the iNortli boundary 1.3d cas to
wash or ravine 0 Iks wide, course N 50 Iks and
then N E and passes about 30 Iks N of corner No 2
4.545 chs, 300 feet, to the previously described
North End Center monument of Venus mine; 5.90
chs to ravino 29 Iks wide, course N; 9.09 chs, 600
feet, to corner No 3 of Venus, set dark gray porphyry
stone. 12x14x26 in. 13 in. in ground in mound of
etono marked V 3. The N W corner of Venus,
whence old location monument bears N 50 deg 45
min W distant 49 Iks. Eye of Picacho bears N 03
deg 40 min W. Iron-wood tree 3i m. m diameter
bears S 69 deg W, distant 93 Iks marked V 3, B T
and a three-forken iron wood treo,14 in. in diameter
marked V 3, B T bears South 42i deg E distant 98
Thense deflecting SO deg 19 min to the left, S 24
deir 54 nun E .6 ) chs to ravine o Iks wide, course
N E; 2.89 chs to top of spur, course N E; 3.52 chs to
ravine 10 feet deep 20 Iks wide, course N N K: 5.75
chs to ridiro course E; 6 ens to ravine course N E
d.SO chs to a prospect shaft on new Picacho 75 Iks
at ricrlit angles West of line; 7.30 chs to ridge course
N E; 8 chs to ravine course N; 9.20 chs to top of
ridgo, course N E about 3 chs; 12 c!i3 to head of ra
vine, course N about 5 chs; 13.06 chs to top of
ridarc. course a 0j deg t, about 3 chs set stake in
mound of stone maiked TonE side; 14.50 chs to ra
vino 30 Iks wide, course jn 71 deg E; 15.6a chs to
ridge course N E about a chain; 18 chs to dry
arroyo course ss ss l. aoout oi ens to join last
named ravine; 20 chs to divide on top of ridge,
course N 20 deg E about 5 or 6 chs; 22.72 chs, 1500
feet, to corner No4 the h w corner of Venus mine.
set a post 4 in. in diameter, 4 feet long. 12 in. in
ground in mound of stone, marked V 4, whence od
monument of location bearj a 55 deg W distant 47
Thence, angle deflecting to the left 99 de? 19 min.
55 deer 40 nun k. along the south ooundarv 1.50
chs to ede of wash, course N; 2.77 chs to E edjre of
wash, corsa N N E; 4.545 chs to the previouslv dca
cribed South Center End monument, the place of
Beginning, containing aj.oio acres.
Magnetic variation 1J deg 14 min E containing
Tha lcition of this mine is recorded m the Re
corder's office of San Diego County, at the C'itv of
San Die;o, County of San Diego, State of California.
Any ana au persons Claiming adversely any por
tion oi said veuus mine or sunace ground, are re
quired to file their adverse claims with the Iteirfster
of the United States Land Office at Los Angeles, in
the County of Los Angeles, California, during the
sixty days period o! publication hereof, or thev will
be barred by the virtue to the provisions of the
Statute. W. If. SEAMANS.
It is hereby ordered, that the foregointr Notice of
Application lor JPatent be published for the period
of sixty days, ten consecutive weeks, in the Arizona
Sentinel, a weekly newspaper published at Yuma,
Territory of Arizona. W. II. SEAMANS,
APPLICATION FOR A PATENT. NO. 155.
405 Taylor St.
San Francisco, Cai
jow Jfcrices I
E ARE NOW READY AND WILLING TO
supply the good people of this town and
NICE FRESH GROCERIES,
CLEAN NEW DRY GOODS,
WELL MADE BOOTS & SHOES,
GOOD FITTING HATS & CAPS,
and in fact everything that is needed in any well
reguiarea tamiiv. we will srive
SIXTEEN :-: OUNCES :-: TO :-: THE :-: POUND,
and will give you One Hundred Cents Worth of
Goods for Your One Dollar in Coin. We try to
please and give Satisfaction to all. We have so
We keep a good stock of everything necessary
for Miners, Lawyers, Doctors, Fanners, Builders,
Politicians, Laborers, Mechanics, Saloon-keepers,
Teachers and Preachor3, Young Men and Old Maids.
We have on hand at all times
APPLICATION FOR A PATENT. NO. 154.
in anj- quantity
HAY AND GRAIN
We keep tho Best brands of
We sell the Best
COFFEES AND TEAS
We are also agents for the
Jose de la Osa returned from Los
Angeles last night with his little
Tho many remarkable cures of catarrh
effected by the use of Ay.ir's Sarsaparilla is
conclusive proof that thi3 loathsome and
dangerous disease is ono of the blood, only
needing such a searching and powerful al
terative to thoroughly eradicate it.
Our readers will have to excuso
the lack of local items in thi3 issue
of the Sentinel, which were crowded
out at the last hour.
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OVER 1.600.000 5N USE.
ii you nave not dealt with us yet,
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N. HAifiES Proprietor.
United States Land Office, )
Los Angeles, Cal., October 3rd, 1S33. f
Notice is hereby given that De Witt C. Javnn
whose postoffice address is Florida, New York, has
tnisuav uieu ins appncaiioa ior a patent for 1372.S
linear feet of the Go&heii mine or vein, bearing goi'd
with surface ground COO feet in width, situated -a
Picacho Minins District, County of San Dieio. ami
State of California, and designated by the field notes
and official plat on file in this office as lot number 40
forty, said lot 40 being described as follows, to-wit:
Reginning at a post 4i leet long, by 4 inches
miare. set 12 in. in cround. with mound' nF inn
the post marked N C E P G, for North Center End
po3t Goshen, from which point tho mineral monu
ment bears S 59 deg 20 min W distant 4.51 chs, mag
netic variation 13 deg 11 min E, and tho included
angle between the center line and tho end line be
ing 89 deg 25 min; thence from the said paint of be
ginning N CO deg 20 min E 1.20 chs to top of rids;e
conrsoE; descend 2.43 chs to ravine, course E, 1.50
chs; 4 chs to top of round blank knoll, 30 Iks di
ameter 545, chs, 300 feet, to corner No 1, identical
with the old location monument, to post 4J feet
long, 4 in square, 12 in. in ground, with mound of
stones marked G 1, from which a sharp rocky peak,
bears S 54 dg E distant, 3 chs.
Thence deflecting 89 deg 25 min to the right, I run
al ontr East boundary South 49!- deer E: 1 ch to main
ravine, 2011a wide and road, course N; 3 chs to peak
40 feet high, E about 70 Iks; 4 chs to ravine, South
47 deg W about 3 chs to main ravino; fl.chs to ridgo
S 46J degW about2 chs to knob or peak; 7.50 chs to
head of ravine, course S 45 deg W about 4 chs to
main ravine; 10.90 chs to ravine, head 1 ch W, course
jn 40 ueg t; iv. ens to nuge, course Ar 4 deg E: 13.10
chs to ravine, courso In; 14.M chs to head of tavine,
1 ch S 47 deg W, then coursed South about 2 chs,
then East about 5 chs to the Colorado ravins, which
course3iNortn;is ens to nage, course S 47 deer 1'
about 2 chs; 20.30 chs to edge of ravino, SO Iks
wide, on top 10 Iks wide at bottom and 40 feet deep,
course East about 2 chs to Colorado ravine; 20.S9
chs, 13ii.isO lect. to corner no 2 o: Uo-ilien wine,
identical with old location monument whore is set
a po3t 4V feet long by 4 in. in diameter. 12 in
ground, in mound of stono, marked G 2, whence a
two pronged palo verde, S in. m diameter, marked
U 2, liT Dears iNortn ai ueg liast, distant 44 Iks.
This corner is sot on a bench in the South bank of
the ravine, about 30 feet up from the bottom, and
about 10 feet below the brow of tho South bank. It
is firmly set in a substantial mound of stone, and
sufficiently high so as not to be affected lv water.
Thence from corner No 2 or a E corner of the
Goshen mine, the included angle between the
Easterly side and the Southerly end Veins 83 dee 25
min, along the Southerly boundary, S 50 dog 20 min
W ascending .20 clisto brow of bank of ravine, 3.S0
ens to Dase ot spur au tees mgnj 4.54o clis, 300 feet,
to Southerly center end monument of Goshen mine.
previously described; descend 5.20 chs to point on
divide course E and W and hed of main ravine,
course N also head of a ravine, course S about 1.50
chs then turns East and enters Colorado canon in
about 8 chs;3.40 chs to low divide, water run both
N and S; !).09 chs, 0C0 feet, to corner Ne 3 identical
without location monument, to a post 4 feet long,
4 in. in diametcr,12in.iu ground.with mound of stone
marked G 3, for Southwesterly corner ot Goshen
mine; thonco, from the S W corner, angle deflected
to right S9 deg 25 mm, N 40 deg W along tho
Westerly boundary .50 chs to top of ridze. course N
47 deg E; 1.50 chs to ravine, course N; 2.80 chs to
ravine, courso N 47 deg E; 4.80 clw to top of ridgo,
N 47 dsg E; 5.60 chs to ravine, courso N N E; C.20
chs to ridge N 47 deg E; 10.32 chs, CS1.1 feet, to a
monument of stono on line; 14.25 chs to water fall 0
feet high in ravine, course N W; 11.62 ehs, 984.9 ft,
to a monument of stone and notice, the Northeast
erly corner of Iowa mine, runninsr parallel to Go.
shen mino on the Westerly side; 15 chs leave ravine,
course S 47 deg W;1G chs to base of hill. S 47 deir
17.75 chs to ridge, course S: 1S.50 chs to ravino.
S 47 (leg W: 20.S0 tin, 1372.8 feet, to corner No 4 of
the Goshen mine. Tiie mineral monument No fit.
of this district as established by me, identical with
old monument of location, monument marked G. 4.
for Goshen No 4; the N Westerly cornsr of the Go
Note. This mino had been accurately surveyed
at time of locatioe, which account for survey agree
ing with old location monuments.
United States Land Office, I
Lo Angeles, Cal.. October 3rd, 1893. f
Notice is hereby given that De Witt C. Jayno,
whose po3tofiiee address is Florida. New York, has
thi3 day filed his application for a patent for 1,500
linear feet of the Mars Mine or vt In, hearing gold
with surface ground 600 feet in width, situated in
Picacho mining district. County of San Diego, and
state oi uaiuornia, and designated by tne nsld
notes and official p'.at en file in this office as lot
number thirty-eight (3S), said lot 33 beiiig described
as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at a porphyry stone 12x1:1x30 in. 60t
13 in. in ground with mound of stones, marked M.
N. E. C. (for Mara North End Ceutor.) identical
with old location monument at Northwesterly eud
of lode. Whence, an iron wood treo 8 In. in di
ameter situated ou east side of ravine marked M.
N. E. C. B. T. (for Mars North End Center Bearing
tree), bears S. 45 deg. W. distal t l.&l chains. A
remarkable cone-shaped peak called the "Sugar
Loaf" bears N. 37 de" 40 min. E. and a hole through
which daylight can be seen in a high peak of rock,
called the Picacho and which I call tho "Eye of tho
Picacho" bears N. 75i desr W. and a nit or shaft 12
xl2 fe.t and 7 feet deep bear3 S. 2 deg. 45 min. W.
distant 18 Iks. (the variation being 13 deg. 14 min.
rhence N. 55 deg. 43 min. E. along the northern
boundary of JIars Aline 1.93 chs. to a ravino 10 Iks.
wide; 4.545 chs. f300 fcetl to corner Vo. 2 nf Afaru
set a light gray wator-worn porphyry stone, 8x10x24
in. 10 in. in ground in mound of stono marked M.
2, from which the old N. E. loeation monument
bears N. 25 deg 40 min. W. distant 5ot Iks, Eye
of Picacho bears N. 75 deg. 25 u.in. West and Sugar
Loaf bears N. 37 deg. E. Thence deflecting 99
deg. 19 min. to tho Jiglit, S. 24 deg. 5S min. E.
along eastern boundary of JIars Mine, 0.70 chs. to
ridge, course E. 50 Iks. to ravine; 3 chs. to ravine
10 Iks. wide, course N; S chs. to ravine 25 lk3. wide,
course N. 03 deg. W; 11.14 chs, to placer ravine 50
Iks. wide, course N. heads 1.50 chs. S. W.; 15 chs.
to road to mine, course S. 65 deg. W.; 16 chs. to
head of placer ravine. This raviao has been worked
quite extensively for placer gold: 16.80 chs. to
ravine 10 Iks. wide, course N. 65 deg. E.; 19.45 chs.
to ravine cut by water 20 feet deep, 15 Iks wide,
course N. 05 deg. E.; 20.40 chs. to brow of Picacho
Gulch; 21.20 chs. to wash in Picacho Gulch, course
N. N. E.; 22.20 chs. to South side of Picacho Gulch;
22.72 chs. (1,500 feet) to corner No. 1 of Mars Mine,
where is set a stone 8x12x30 in. 18 in. in ground in
mound of rocks marked M. 1. Whence the Evo of
the Picacho bears N. C3 deg. 27 min. W. and the
Sugar Loaf bears N. 30 J deg. E and an old placer
uuuc uears . zu IKS.
Thence deflecting 80 deg. 41 min. to the right,
55 deg. 43 min. E. along Southern boundary
Mars Mine 2.17 chs. to base of hill, course N.
Enter a small flat extending 50 Iks. S. 4.30 chs
to base of small spur; 4. 54o ch3. (300 feet) to the
previously described Mars South Cecter End mon
ument; 5.24 chs. to a 2x4 post 12 in. out of ground
"'""J aiil ttiiu IXill 1HHU 1U tUiHCl UU Ullt!, O.OU COS.
to top of small spur, course N. 34 deer. West SO Iks
to flat of Picacho ravine; 7.75 chs. to ravine, course
jn. 34 ueg w. to main ncacho ravine; 8.39 chs. to i
2x4 pine po3t 12 in. above ground on line; 9.09 chs
(600 feet) to corner No. 4 of Mars Mine identical
with old location monument, where is set a post
in. in uiameter, ieei long, iz in. in ground
monument of stono, marked M. 4 (for Mars No.
the S. W. corner. This is also the S. E. corner
"Venus" Mine. Whence the whim shaft bears N.
10 deg. W., the forge North 15 deg. W. and Eye
of Picacho N. 64i deg W. and Mineral monument
iNo. 64 at w. corner of tho Goshen Mine bears N
77 deg. E. 44.01 chs.
Thence (angl3 deflected from the right 93 de
min.lN. 24 deg. 53 mm, Vt. along the western boun
dr.ry of Mars Mine and the easterly boundary of
venus Mine, i.uu ens. to urow oi ncacho ravine,
2.42 chs. to South edge of Picacho wash: 2.70 chs ',
to N. edga of Picacho wash; 3.03 chs. to place
where some placer mines have been worked, ex
tending east ana west 'Z ens.; J.so ch3. to shaft 6x9.
6 fett deep, 3 feet west of line; 4.54 chs. to top of
spur, course r..; o ens. to point oi inoutn or tunnel
on venusaiiKs. w;5.30chs. to ravine 33 Iks. wide
course Y ; 0.67 chs. to brow of ravine, enter min
ing flat; 7.57 chs. to a point in flat, where is set :
flat rock, 4x12x23 in.. 14 in. in ground, marked M
on E. side (for Mars) and V. on W side (for Venus):
17.19 chs. to a shaft 6x0 feet. 12 feet deep: 22.72 chs.
(1.500 feet) to corner No. 3 of Mars Mine, where is
set a post 4 in. in diameter, 4J feet long, 12 In. in
ground in mound of stones, identical with old loca
tion monument. This is also N. E. corner of Venus
Mine. Ihis corner is set in an open snace on
ground gently inclining to the N. and a'bout 30
iKs. boutn oi a raviue which courses N. N. E.
Thmce (dctiectimr 59 deir. 19 min. to tho rio-hrt
jli. iij ucii o min. ca. aiua? i . line ot i an Mino
4 chs. to ravine 20 Iks. wide, course N: 4.545 i-hi
(J00 feet) to the place of beginning, containing
Magnetic variation 13 deir. 14 min. Ea.sk nontaln
ing 20.36 acres-
The location of this mine is recorded in the Tie,
corder's office of San Diego County, at the City of
San Diego, County of San Diego, Stato of California.
Any ana an persons ciaimin? adversely nnv na
tion of said Mars Mine or surface trround. a
quired to file their adverse claims with the Rpoistpr
ot tne umteu 5tatc3 Land Office at Los Angeles, in
the County of Los Angeles, California, duriug the
sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will
be barred by the virtue to the provisions nf tli
statute. w. 11. SEAMANS.
It is hereby ordered, that the forciroinir Noting nf
Application for Patent be publisb.ed.for tho period
of sixty days, ten consecutive weeks, in the Arizona
bkntinki,, a weekly newipaper published at Yuma.
Territnrvn? It'imwi W it opaui v-o
Wo wish to respectfully inform the
public that we are dailyreceiving
APPLICATION FOR A PATENT. NO. ir-3.
United States Land Office, )
Los Angeles, Cal., October 3rd, 1893. f
Notice is hereby given that Da Witt C. Jayne
whose postoffice address is Florida, New York, has
this day filed his application for a n.itenfc tnr ' i oai
linear feet of the San George Mine or vein, bearing
b ijuunvicjjtuuuu ieus m wiutu, situated
in Picacho Mining District, County of San Diego,
aud State of California, and designated by the field
notes ana omciai piat on uie in tnis office as lot
number thirty-seven (37) said lot 37 being described
at follows, to-wit:
Beginning at a gray parphyry stone, 10x14x21 in,
set 16 in . in ground in mound of rock, marked S G
1, S E C (for San George 1, outh End Center)
identical with old location monument. Whence
Eye of Picacho, bears N 52 deg 17 min W and the
forge on Mara Mine bears N 5SJ deg E Mineral Mon
ument No 61, bears N 75 der 21 min E 72.(51 chain
distant. (Magnetic variation 13 deg 14 min E) run
ning thence N 60 deg 10 min. W along the Southern
boundary 1.21 chains to ravine course North 3.74
chains to corner No 2, identical with old location
monument, at which point is set a gray granite
stone 8x0x24 in. 16 in. in ground in mound of stone.
Thence deflecting 93 deir 45 min to the left. I ran
along the Eastern boundary N 33 deg 3." min W
2.10 chs to top of spur course N 51 deg E 4.10 chs to
ravine 25 links wide, courso N 51 deg E 14.10 chs to
ravine 20 Iks wide, course E 13.76 chs to ridgo,
cour3C E 19.10 chs (12G0.6 feet) to corner No 3 of
San George Mine, where is set a granite stone 9xl3x
23 in. 13 in. in ground in mound of atone, marked S
Thenco deflecting SI deg 15 mill to the left aloni'
tha North boundary South 60 deg 10 min,W 0.SV
chs to ravire 10 Ik wide, course S 1.45 chs to spur
course South 1.25 chs, 2.4S chs to ravine course S S
E 3.11 chs to West side of same, 3.74 chs (247 feet)
to previously established North Eud Center monu
ment of the San George, 6.30 ciis to ridge, couse
North, (.48-chs (493.7 feet) to corner No 4 the N W
corner of the San George, at which point is set a
dark porphyry stone, 6x9x24 in. 14 in. in ground in
mound of stone marked SG 4. Whence old monu
ment of location bears south 52-i deg Wc&t distant
Thence deflecting 03 deg45 min to tho left along
the West boundary of tho San Georgo South 33 deg
3a min E I.aO chs to center of ravine 40 Iks wide,
course E; 2.10 chito spur course E; 3.60 chs to ra
vine, course E; 5 clis to top of spur, course E; 7.10
chs to wash, 80 Iks wide, csurse E; 10.70 chs to
ridcre, courso E: 12.30 chs to ravine, course E: 13.520
ens to ravine, 40 ins wide, course K; 15.9a chs to
ravine, course E; 10.20 chs to spur, course E; 10.53
chs to ravino, course E; 17.10 chs to spur, course E;
17.90 chs to ravine, course E; 13.50 chs to ride
course E; 19.10 chs (1200.6 feet) to corner No 5, tho
S W corner of the San Qeoige Mine, at which point
is set a dark gray porphyry rock 1211x23 in. 16 In.
in ground in mound of stono marked S G 5. when
e palo verde (in wash) 6 in. in diameter bears 36 deg
45 min W distant 2.94 chs. Eye of Picacho beaw N
49 deg W and across cut in rock in place, bears N
43 deg V distant 34 Iks Thenco deflectinir SI dt
15 min to Hie lelt, I run N 80 deg 10 min E alonr th
South boundary 3.74 chs (247 feet) to the DruvinnoW-
described South and center monument of the S.in
Georgo, the placo of beginning, containiri" 14 12
Magnetic variation 13deg 14 min Em! cont?i!n.-
14.12 acres. 0
The location of thi3 mino is rcordcd in !?..-. ..
cordcr's office of San Dicgw County, at th ,
San Diego, County of San Diego, SUite of Calitornia.
Any ami r.11 persons claiming adveis-.ly anv por
tion of eaid San CeorgeMine or surface yrnnni! urn
required to flic their advene claim with tha le
ister of tho United States Land Office ai. f..is A;i-
geles. iu tho County of Los Ansreles. California, dur
ing me sixty aaya period of publication hereof, or
they will be barred bv the virtue to the provisions
of the Statute. W. H. SEAMANS,
It i3 hereby ordered, that the forcgoiog Notico of
Application for Patent be published for the period
of sixty days, ten consecutive wenk, in the ArUun
Skxtindl, a weekly nowspaper published at Yuma,
Territory of Arizona. W. H. SEAMANS,
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