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JHE LOCAL NEWS
From Saturday's Daily.
J. V. Smith came in from Octave
Dr. G. W. V takers came up from
-Phenix this morning.
John Lawler left this morning for a
visit to San Francisco.
Elwin F. Farr. he well known Je
rome druggist, is in town.
A. Blumberg returned on this morn
ing's train from the south.
Otto Strodhoff, of Jerome, has leen
appointed a notary public.
R. D. French and family vi
McCabe, Mayer and Poland yesterday.
Good progress is being made on the ; VHOt to spend a few days or weeks at
walls of the Prescott library build- ! one 0f the most famous sea side re
ing. j sorts iu the world. Last year there
A. B. Noxon returned this moruiug
from a week's visit in the Salt river
Alfred Kauhut returned last even
ing from a two weeks' visit in Los
Austiu Mulveuon has returned from
a visit to his former home at Leaven-
G. W. Hull was a passenger m this
morning's north bound train en route
to his home in Jerome.
Mr. and Mrs.'J. M. Baker went out
on this morning's train for a visit to
their Chino valley ranch. .
Councilman J. W. Bursou came up
this morning from Wickenburg for a
day's visit in Prescott on business.
Owen C. Higgins. a former steward
of Hotel Burke, came up this morning
from Phenix where he has spent the '
Mrs, Geo. C. West and Miss Met. ill joarual-Miner is informed that the
went up to Ash Fork today to meet t r,rice DOr of the above schedule.
Mrs. Raible. who is returning from a i ig a siight advance over the prices
visit east. j paid at present.
M J. Hickey left today for a visit , ienlbers of the city council had
to California for the benefit of his j their eyes opened recently on adver
health which has been quite poorly tising rates. In order to secure a
for some time. ! wide circulation of their proposal for
J. H. Langtry, superintendent of bonds it was decided to advertise in
Wells. Fargo A Co., passed through
Prescott on today's north bound train,
en route to SauJFrancisco.
Mrs. A. E. Taylor and her little
boy have gone out to Lynx creek
Tor a short visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. B. D. Billinghurst and her lit
tle daughter Ruth, and Mrs. O. A.
Hesla and children expect to leave on
Monday for a protracted visit to rela-
tives in the east.
John Derr has sufficiently recover
ed from his recent spell of sickness
to be about the house and he expects
to be able to be at his tailor shop the
first of the week.
F. M. Murphy left this morning in
his private car for a ten days' trip to
San Francisco. He was accompanied
by F. E. Dorr and Selwyn Eddy and
son of Detroit, Michigan.
The boiler makers at Jerome are
still standing out for W.25 for an
eight hour day. The machinists,
blacksmiths, and helpers who went ou
a strike have returned to work.
Probate Judge Hicks has found sym-i
pathetic persons who will relieve him
of the responsibility of looking after
his pet gila monster. The reptile will
be chloroformed and preserved in al
cohol. A. L. Rheiinstrora, representing :
"Ores and Metals. " a mining publi
cation, has returned from a trip to
the Bradshaw mountain country. He
is very favorably impressed with the
outlook of that section.
Majof Walcutt, constructing quar
termaster at Whipple, has been in
structed to readvertise for bids for the
constructiou of the various buildings
required to rehabilitate the post. The
bids presented before do not seem to
have been satisfactory to the depart
ment. Sam Bagnall. a former freight con
ductor on the'S. F. P . and P. rail
road, met with an accident recently
on the Santa Fe road which co6t him
a leg. He was on the elevated track
of a coal chute preparing to uncouple
cars, when he fell between two cars,
and one of them passed over his leg.
Seriously hurt as he was he calmly
told tne men below to set up a ladder,
so he could climb down, which he
did. with one leg ground to afpulp.
Governor Brodie yesterday appoint
ed the following additional members
of the world's fair board : For Yava
pai county. Mrs. J. L Munds aud
Mrs. J. C. Martin ; for ;Xavajo coun
ty. Mrs. Anna M. Flynu and Mrs. J.
K. Mahoney ; for Pinal county, Mrs. j
HetcherM. Doan. H. K. Chenoweth
was appointed ior Santa Cruz in
place of W. F. Chenoweth, who was
unable to serve.
Forest Supervisor Frank R. Su-wart
is preparing a very fine souvenir al
bum of views of the principal mining
camps and places of rare beauty in
scenery which he has collected from
different parts of the Prescott forest
reserve. There will be about fifty of
these views and they will make a val
uable collection. The album is to
be presented to Hon. F. A. Hitchcock,
secretary of the interior.
H. Blauvelt. superintendent of the
Cash mine, will return to Prex-ott
tomorrow night after an aliseuce of
several weeks in the east. During his
absence he has visited several of the
large money centers of the east iu the
interest of Yavaiai county mines and
alo for a visit, as he has not been
in that section of the United States
for nearly twenty years prior to thi.
trip. Mr. and Mis. D. M. F. Weeks ex
pect to leave on Monday for Cali
ifornia. Mr.- Week.- will go direct to
Pasadena for a visit with her rnu-eiii-.
Mr. Weeks will go to San Francisco
to join Mr. Murphy on t-ome business,
after which he will also return to
Pasailena. where he will rest and re
cuperate for a month or two Mm
engaging in business again. Prescott
people regret very much the depart
ure of Mr. and Mrs. Weeks from the
city, where they have become very
Recent news from Montana are not
of the most assuring nature. A tele
gram from Bozeman says: One sec
tion of Montana is eaten up by locust -while
another lies under three feet
of snow. Professor R. A. Colley of
the Agricultural college, has 'eceived
word that a district forty mi!"!--t'
:ire situated east of Forsythe. is
estered by the Rocky Mountain
grasshopper which has eaten up every
thing. Cattle have to be removed
from the infested district, as there is
nothing for them to feed on.
A house that expresses those quali
ties of comfort characteristic of the
"cottage" and at the same time pos
aeaecc such a substantial arrangement
as to make it habitable all the year
is described and illustrated in the
June Delineator. Such a dwelling,
while having the advantages of a sum
mer cottage is far more of a home,
and the one shown is essentially
"livable" and homelike. It is a
house of moderate cost, attractive in
appourance and artistic in furnishing.
Home makers can find a wealth of
suggestion in the article.
Kmidolph P. Earle. representing the
famous summer resort known as the
j 'ellt ''J" a' Coronado beach, is in
rrescott in the interest of the Tent
City, which will be opened June 1st
to receive tourists and those who
were over tMO tents in use at the Tent
City auii arrangements are being made
for a larger number this year as this
is fast becoming one of the great
features of the Coronado resort. Mr.
Karle is a very pleasant and genial
gentleman andwill undoubtedly make
; many converts for
the Tent City in
u organization known as the Vava-
; pai Society for the Advancement of
-Miuiug has been effected in Prescott.
A number of meetings have been
held, which have been attended by
nearly every mining operator and
mine owner iu the county At a meet
ing held last night the new eight hour
law aud an adjustment of a scale of
: wages under it was under considera
tion. and the schedule adopted wili
un1 in nother column in this
issue, inis is ine scaie wnicn is pro
posed to be paid after the eight hour
law goes into effect which will be one
week from Monday. June 1. The
.some of the papers of the larger cities
in the United States. The advertise
ment for which the Prescott papers,
which have no contract with the city
for advertising charged $6 for thirty
I insertions, was accordingly sent to a
number of papers. The mayor who is
an admirer of Hearst's Chicago Amer
ican, requested that the advertisement
be placed in that paper, but when
notice was sent of what it would cost.
he came very nearly dropping dead
with heart failure. The price named
was ?869. The order was immediately
canceled by telegraph.
From .londav's Daily.
J. H. Hise went to Placentas this
E. L. Morris, representing the Ar
mour Packing company, left for St.
Louis this morning.
J. P. Bauder went to Jerome today
on business for the wholesale liquor
house of Hermaun Yogi.
Wells H. Bates came in from bis
mining properties in the southern
part of the county this morning.
Miss Rhine, the trained nurse,
j came up from Congress this morning
j where she has been nursing a case.
Mrs. H. P. Anewalt left for Kansas
City this morning where she will
siead several weeks with her mother.
J. C. Hurley, the meat market man.
passed through Prescott this morning
for Jerome where he is proprietor of
the leading market.
Six cars of sheep were loaded in
Prescott today consigned to the Cud
ahy I'.u-kiug Co., at Los Angeles.
They were ehipped by James Dunn.
W. A. Hubbard, of Cairolltou, llii
nois. is visiting in this city for several
days. Mr. Hubbard is interested in
the newspaper business in the above
Judge Hawkins returned from Phe
nix this morning. He has been in
that city on business connected with
the litigation of the famous Cobre
Amado Martinez, a well known
miner in this couny, leaves this even
ing for Nacozari. Mexico, where he
is going to accept a position in one
of those mines.
E. D. Church arrived in Prescott
this morning from Saginaw, Michi
gan, for a visit with his mother and
sister. Mr. Church is one of the lead
ing business men of Saginaw.
Miss Km ma Dutcber, who has been
visiting in the east for some time
stopped off in Prescott last evening
for a few weeks' visit in her old home
with her host of friends. She will be
the guest of Mrs. R. R. Colemau dur
ing her stay here.
G. A. Ainsworth. the well known
Walnut Creek raucher. is in Prescott
and reports that the recent cold snap
and frost has set bis garden back
nearly a mouth. While the loss is
not complete the delay it will cause
in marketing his vegetables will mean
quite a loss to him. He says the
range is in tine shape, however, and
this section of the county is much
better off than for several years.
Probate Judge Hicks reports the
loss of the gold headed cane which
was awarded to Harry Van Aleu at the
picnic yesterday, and which bad been
given to him to deliver to the win
ner. He laid it down in the train for
a few moments but it was gone when
he returned to look for it. If anyone
knows of its whereabouts tbey will
confer a favor bv returning it to Mr
Lloyd Henry and wife and J. R.
ireggcamein from the Iron King
mine yesterday. Mr. Henry has the
contract for painting about thirty
buildings at the camp, but 011 account
of a delay in the arrival of lumber the
carpenter!- got behind with the work
of erecting the buildings and the
paiuteis are compelled to lay off for
a few days until the work ou the
hawM progresses a little further.
Mr. Gregg is assisting Mr. Henry ou
Supt. Mark Bradley, of the Lion
Mining company's proei ies at
Cherry Creek, left for the mines yes
terday. He had been iu attendance
it the mine operators'
which were held in Ibis
-rk He lep-ir'- 'lie Lion I
mill running fu'l torce and t
erty in fine oaaAKfaB.
r-m Tuesday 's IMH
VVm. Lawler, of Hillside. is iu town.
Chas. Canall left ou today's freight
J. A. Hise came up from the south
J. R. Macdonald, of St. Louis, is
visiting in the city.
F. A. Jewett left ou this morniug's
excursion for Los Angeles.
Col. J. F. Wilson came on this
mcrning's north boimd train.
Mrs. H. H. Olds left this morning
for Los Angeles for a visit.
C. C. Stukey aud Otto Lind, of the
Bodie mine, are in town today. .
Kalph Cameronvleft for Williams
Geo. V. Ford returned to his fam
ily yesterday from Phenix.
Born. May 22. iu Prescott. to Mr.
and Mrs. John Love, a daughter.
ft. A. Suttle returned last nigh'
from a hurried business trip to Los
Mrs. J. A. King left ou this morn
ing's train for Los Angeles for a visit
William Brobst and Mrs. Lou Thorp
were married yesterday by Probate
Judge C. P. Hicks.
Ira Pulliam has returned from his !
trip to San rrancisco. He exiMOU
bis automobile here iu a few days.
W. H. Reitermau is iu town from
Klack Hills, where he is engaged in
That gold headed cane which was
reported lost has been delivered to
Harry Van Aleu.
Work has lieeu stopped temporarily
ou the Hurricane mine. They expect
to start up soon again.
A large lioiler aud hoist were ship
led yesterday by Brown Bros, to
Lynx creek to the Monroe Consoli
dated Mining company.
O. W. Williams, a printer formerly
of this setion, has been adjudged in
sane in Yuma. Williams is well
known to all Arizona printers.
H. T. Walsh, representing the Sull
ivan Machinery company at Denver,
is visiting this section in the interest
of that firm.
T. W. Hoggs, the well kuown resi
dent of Big Bug, is in Prescott in
company with his brother, G. W.
Boggs, who is visiting iu this section.
Ernest Barrett lost two fingers of
bis left band yesterday by getting
them caught in the machinery of the
railroad shops where he is working.
Advices have been received today
that the Coronado Tent City baud
will not reach Prescott until June 11.
instead of June 10 as has been an
nounced. Rev. Leon O. Lewis, pastor M. E.
church. South, will preach tonight, h
o'clock, at Prescott Mission, near
Sherman House. All are cordially
invited to be present.
Moody Ro6enquist. manager for the ,
Postal Telegraph company at Pasa
dena, Calfiornia, has beeu speeding a
few days in this city and left tbisj
morning for a visit at the (raud Can
yon. Miss Anne Belle Hailey and Mir.
Ross have returned from Maver where ,. ... .,,,. ... .
... Middleton. in the Crazy ham
tney gave a very successiiu euieiiain
ment on Friday night. They also vis
ited the Blue Bell mine as the guest.
of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Haggott
Miss Bailev is working with untir
ing effort on the programme for her
musicale on Mondav night. Some in
teresting uumliers may be looked for.
Tickets may be had at Brisley Drug
Co. 's and at the Hotel Burke.
Granite Encampment. No. 5. L O.
O. F. Friday last elected the follow
ing officers: C. P., S. J. Gnash: H.
P., J. P. Buruett: S. X., Richard
Suniid: J. W. . Daniel Kelly: Scribe.
H. J. Suder; treasurer, P. G. Roseu
i.latt. Judge Sloan has returned boat the
east where he had been called on im
portant business. He passed through
Prescott Friday night in order to lie
in Phenix Saturday for the tpocial
session of the supreme court. He re
turned to Presjott Suuday.
A. G. Oliver, who has been with the
topographical surveying coip for the
last Ave or six months, says that a
bench mark placed ou the highest
point of Miugus mountain, iu the
Black Hills range, showed au altitude
of 7721 feet.
J. A. Cashion, who has been in
charge of the railroad construction
for Grant Brothers on the Phenix and
Kastern road, came up from the camp
beyond Phenix yesterday aud left thi.
morning for the camp iu the Brad
The work of removing the old pile
of brick and stone from the middle ot
the street near the Prescott National
liauk. was begun this afternoon. The
material will be moved over on the
vacant lots adjoining, which have
been exeavated for building purposes.
The Journal-Miner had hoped to
have had this brick pile tilled iu with
soil and planted to flowers, OMtou
and vines, as a sort of counter balance 1
to the plaza improvement.
Mr. aud Mrs. J. K. Barkley left last .
night for El Paso, where Mr. Barkley
will engage in business, and where
they exjiect to reside. During a resi
dence of nearly six years iu Prescot;
they have made a host of warm
friends here who very much regret
their departure. The regrets were
mutual as Mr. and Mrs. Barkley re
gretted leaving and were actuated j
solely in doing so, by business rea- i
The Los Angeles Times says:
"Again it is suggested to merchants
that they turn down slick advertisini:
novelties' ami fake schemes, pictur
esque, industrial or otherwise, until
tbey have beeu indorsed by the Mer
chants' and Manufacturers' Associa
tion. The woods are full of grafter.-."
The Los Angeles woods is not the
only forest where advertising grafters
are to Is found. They are plentiful
W. A. Hubbard, editor of the Uar
zette. of Carrollton. Illinoi-. left this
morning for bis home, taking with
him a sick brother, who is iu the last
stages of consumption. The latter
went to Phenix some time since bop
in to Im benefitted by the climate
; - To Cure a Cold in One Day 1
I Take Laxative BrOmO Quinine Tablets. (V on every I
' but receiving no benefits, he came to
Prescott about ten days ago. Realiz
ing that his case is hopeless, he decid
ed to return home, and his brother
caiue here to accompany him. The in
valid's wife has been with her sick
husUuid during his entire visit to
Postmaster Inspector Hall, formerly
stationed at Prescott. but at present
with headquarters in Los Angeles, was
selected as a sort of advance ageut of
President Roosevelt on his Pacific
coast tour. He was chosen to acoui
pany Secret Service Agent Sutton,
who preceded the president as far as
Los Angeles to arrange for police
protection aud other safety details iu
places on the presidential itinerary,
and will continue his new duties until
the chief executive turns eastward
The base ball team is hard at work
on the excursion which it hopes to
make up for Congress next Sunday.
It is proposed to run a special train
from here to Congress, leaving about
8 o'clock next Sunday moruiug for
the great gold camp and returning in
the evening after the ball game. This
trip will only cost and will be a
fine opportunity for those who have
never visited the camp to do so, and
for those who are lovers of the great
American game of base ball there will
le plenty of excitement and aniuse
meut. Make your arrangements to
go with the boys.
The annual meeting of ib- Arizona
,, ,. , ... , ., .
,. in , u.uMmtinii will l.i 1 1 . - .1 at
l the Hotel Adams iu Phenix ou
' Wednesday aud Thursday. May 27
and 28. Arrangements are being made
for a gathering of unusual interest to
the profession and of the usual im
portance to the general public. A
large attendance of the practicing
physicians of the territory is expect
ed. Professor Nicholas Seuu, a not
able Chicago surgeon, has been invit
ed to atteud the meeting of the asso
ciation aud to deliver a lecture before
it on some subject of interest to the
profession. It is ouder.-tood he has
accepted and will be present, though
the subject of his lecture is not an
nounced. Postmaster A. L. Smith has Iteen
notified that his requests for an ad
ditional mail carrier and the exten
sion of the free delivery system has
been granted aud the addition will lie
made about July 1st. The condition
of the sidewalks.the numbering of the
houses, etc., will have a stroug bear
ing on just how far the limits of the
free delivery will lie extended, and if
the residents who are now leyond the
limits and want to enjoy the privilege
of he system will get a move on and
nx "I1 lbe-r walks au- num-Jer their
houses and comply with the request
of the department they will have no
difficulty iu doing so as these imrovt
ments are the only thing necessary
now. Mr. Smith has labored very
hard for this result aud is entitled to
the thanks of the community for the
interest he has taken.
A party of eastern capitalists who
are interested iu the t'oper Cobre
Miuiug company's properties uow be
intr onernted under the direction of
i section, arrived in Prescott by special
train last evening aud ielt for the
mines this morning. The party con-
t sists of John Hoxie. of Chicago: K.
i P. Verrall. Mrs. Mary J. Hoxie. J. D.
Higgins, Mrs. Harry (Jood, aud John
K Allen, of Xew York City: VV. B.
i Taylor and Mrs. S. K. Barker.
Scrauton. New tork. Ihev were met
in this city by John B. Farish. the
world famous miuiug expert, of Den
ver. Colorado, who accompanied the
paty to the mines and who will mai:c
an examination 01 the properties. Mr.
I'arish has just returned from an ex
tended examination of thecountiy for
a big miuing syndicate.
The Monday club held its regular
; meeting in Odd Fellows hall May tt,
aud the following program was given:
Subject American Poets.
Lreader Frances D. Claypool.
Paper ''The Poets of Freedom and
Culture, " Mrs. Claypool.
Piano solo Rustic Dance." Miss
Reading Kxtracts From Fable of
I Critics," Mrs. Carter.
Paper Whittier's influence on the
Anti-Slavery Movement," Mrs. Otis.
I Paper -Revievc of Biglow Papers,"
Vocal solo "The Biidge," Mrs.
; Cline. Mrs. ("line responded to an
encore with "Dome, Sweet Home."
Paper "Walt Whitman," Miss
La m son.
Paper Our National Songs," Mrs.
Reading From Kugeue Field, Mrs.
Judgiug from the manner in which
it presents new attractions, the infer
ence must be bad that the Los Angeles
Sunday Herald is surely alive and
vide awake all the t inn The illus
trated special articles in the Stiudav
Supplement each week are always
upon live topics, and always well and
interestingly written. The Herald's
Sunday paper di.-couuts them all.
There are generally over fifty pages of
it. and not a dull one among them.
Los Angeles. Cal.. May 20. A fea
ture of today's session of t tie Presby
terian assembly was a speech by Dr.
('hall' s L. Thompson, of New York,
iu which he took occasion to lc
HOC nee the Mormon church, and Mor
mon teachings, iu scalping terms.
The report of tbe board of homo
missions occupied tbe morning ses
sion. This afternoon important busi
ness trill come up, ill reference to the
question ot divorce and re-marriage
and the rape I ef the board of aid for
THE CLEVELAND PROGRAMME.
Col. Wattersou sizes up the Cleve
land situation in this way. He says
the ex-president's admirers have been
"misled partly by the clamor of the
mugwump contingent aud wholly by
the St. Louis demonstration," and
they think they oan capture the dem
ocratic two thirds rule. Assuming
that they can nominate him, they
take it for granted that "he Can carry
New York. They do not doubt that
they can buy New Jersey and Con
necticut. But one additional electoral
vote will be needed, and they are not
wide of the mark in thinking they can
flip this from ome of the many rotten
borough states of the Rocky mouutain
range. As for the solid south, it will
have to take him willy-nilly. It cau
not help itself."
But the colonel is not deceived by
the outlook. He sees and says that
Cleveland and the Morgan syndicate,
which is booming him, cquld ueither
carry New York nor buy New Jersey
or Conuectiut. Moreover, as he looks
at things. "Maryland, West Yirginia,
Kentucky. Missouri, and, perhaps.
Tennessee, would become not merely
dobutful states, but almost certainly
republican stateM" This looks to be
a pretty safe forecast. It will be
well for those who may lie inclined to
question this prophecy to remember
one thing. The colonel saw this
Cleveland renominatiou cloud long
ago, when it was not nearly so large as
M man's hand
IUUU S ll.il.'l.
When he first men
tioned his discovery the country
laughed at him. It is not doing any
Of course, the Cleveland third term
folly has a chance to commit race sui
cide before the convention of 1904
meets. If it should be successful iu
the convention, however, the people
will make short work of it at the
polls. Cleveland's sycophants say
that their idol is popular with an
lenient of .the republican isirty.
This is one of the things, if it exists,
that they ought to keep silent about.
To the extent that Cleveland may be
agreeable to a few republicans he will
be cut by many times that mauy dem
ocrats. The men who elected Cleve
land when he was elected did this
localise they thought he was different
from the republicans. If he fooled
them then, he can not do it again.
As between a democrat with republi
can leanings and a republican who is
robustly and comprehensively repub
lican, the republicans will command
the support of hundreds of thousauds
of stalwart and straight out demo
AN OPINION GF ROOSEVELT.
An Iowa exchange from ooe ol the
little cities which was visited by Pres
ident Roosevelt in passing through
that state a few: weeks ago, after giv
ing au elaborate account of his visit
to the city, closed the article as fol
"After all he was our servant, not
our master: our executive, not our
ruler. He has no power that is not
given him by 'we, the people.' who
can strip from him every vestage of
it. We are the kings. Sovereignty
rests in the people. And this is the
greatness of a republic. But the
president is a better man than the
average of the people or they think
he is eLe they would uot have
pftaoaj htm in office, and while he is
invested with the authority of office,
he is the greatest man ou earth. No
ruler in the world, be he emperor or
autocrat not even the czar of all
KussiaMs more exalted than him
who repiesents in his office this great
republican nation. Suppose we
match this nation with Russia in
military combat, would that deter
mine which was the greater nation?
Surely not. Our superiority lies iu
the intelligence, euterpri.-e. wealth
aild general comfort of the masses ol
the people our civilzatiun and ca-
I liability of self government
man who represent such a people aud
such a governmeut is greater than any
monarch. No wonder the ieoile
everywere are anxious to see President
Koosevelt. It is not a bad thing that
tbey throw up their hats and shout
when he eo ,.. It is altogether
praiseworthy that we recognize and
applaud a great man wheu we see
"And how thoroughly democratic
was that little incident of Tuesday
morning. The president put on uo
airs of authority, uo insignia of rank,
a.-sume uo rulersbip by divine right
as does the Kaiser, but just a plain,
sun browned mau like the rest of as.
He spoke as a citizen to citizens.
And the five thoosaud people eager
to see and hear bim paid him no ob
sequious homage. Think of an em
peror meeting his subjects that way.
Subjects ah. that word makes all the
difference lietween the army ridden
ieo le of Europe anil the free people
of America. "
Some gold is going out of the coun
try, but the fact attracts uo attention.
In the second term of President
Cleveland this gold exportation was
part of tbe general course of things,
and it aroused alarm, despite its fa
miliarity, says the Globe-Democrat.
The heavy outgo of gold, most of
which was drawn out of the treasury,
sent tbe fund in that depository down
far below the ? 100, 000, 000 mark, and
for a time it was below s550.00O.O00.
This was a cause as well as a couse
queuce of the scare which produced
the convulsion that figures under the
name of the panic of 1SSCI. The detn
oeratic party would hear a good deal
alKiiit the pauic of l!t3 if it should
nominate Cleveland in iy4. The cry
of "panic President" would bit Cleve
land as hard as the "."iO-cent dollar
candidate" did Hryan in is:;.
Judge Walter Evans iu the
States court pt Bowling ( Ine
fuckv. has ruled that men
of puslotlices must pay to the govern
ment any amount or amounts burglars
may steul fro n the office. The de
cision is considered important as es
tablishing the liability of postnia-ter
for fuuds and supplies which arc lost
by reason of burglary or other cause.
From au almost strictly agricul
tural community, this country has
risen to a point where it now supplies
MM tenth of tbe world's commerce in
manufactured goods. And all this by
rea-on ot the protective policy. What
chance is there for a free trade party
nder raek circumstances?
He Meets With the
Ten Thousand People Greet Him
and as Many Throats Pro
claim His Popularity.
' Wallace. Idaho, May 2ti. In a down
pour of rain President Roosevelt, the
first president ever to visit Northern
Idaho, entered Wallace at T :20 this
morning. Ten thousand people greet
Senator Hepburn, who joined the
party at the Idaho and Washington
line, came from the car aud intro
duced the president.
As the train drew into the statiou
the university of Idaho cadets gave
the presidential salnte from the city
purk where they were encamped. At
the conclusion of a parade the presi
dent was tendered a reception at Sen
ator Hepburn's residence.
"The steam railroad companies seem
to be a little slow about adopting el
ectricity as a mo! ive power but that
will not prevent the establishment of
extensive electric transportation
lines. Canadian capitalists are already
constructing an electric line between
Montreal afld Quebec with extensive
feeders in all directions aud they pro
pose eventually to make electric com
munications with New York.
Andrew Carnegie calls attention to
a point in connection- with the re
election of Mr. Charles Schwab to the
presidency of the American Steel
company which is worthy of note.
Mr. Carnegie says Mr. Schwab's el
ection was due to the fact that he
bail thoroughly familiarized himself
with every process of steel manufact
ure from the mining of the ore to the
sale of the finished product.
Secretary Hay has again demon
strated his wisdom by refusing to be
come excited until he learned the
truth of the Manchurian situation.
In so far as the Russian persecution
of the Jews is concerned, the secretary
:.-ks only that reasonable ground be
lilted and he will register a
Postmaster General Payne may
have erred iu minimizing the import-
! ance of the irregularities and dishon
esty which has prevailed in the post-
office department, but the president
will soon be iu Washington aud the
public may rest assured that be will
Vf ft.fntuiil itW , ., , ..ttf.n.i it it u-hitA.
The futility of all attempts to de
feat President Roosevelt's nomiDation
aud election is emphasized by the re
port from Nebraska that. should
(trover Cleveland or aiiv other "reor-
natation democrat" he nominated.
ine liryaniii.- win suppon .ir. noose
We make a great to-do wheu a Chi
nese barbarian kills a missionary in
China. But what have we to say when
a nioli of cowboys in Western Texas
murders a bible agent because he
wears a silk hat '
With a water storage reservoir, a
lieet sugar factory near Phenix and a
condensed milk factory at Tempe,
Silt river valley will lie right in the
awim, with its other varied resources.
Democratic editors who have labor
ed so earnestly to prove the existence
of a conflct of interests between Sena
tor Manna and the president will have
to guess again.
Have hard times struck Newport?
According to the report of the asses
sors there is only 87.060,000 worth of
personal property there.
The supreme court has been asked
to adjudicate in the case of the state
of Texas against the cottonseed oil
The Denver strike has beeu settled.
Matinicok. L. L, May 20. The Re
liance beat tbe Constitution over a
thirty mile course in a twelve knot
breeze today by one miuute and fifty
three seconds and beat the Columbia
by about two miles.
Sick Miner Suicides.
A miner by the name of August
Beck, alwnt 45 years of age. commit
ted suicide at the Scopel house this
afternoon by shooting himself iu tbe
head with a six shooter. He bas been
i.. 1-1 f, .,,: I
here from Jerome wherein worked for
the United Verde. He was a great
sufferer from asthma and had also lost
all tbe fingers from his left hand,
and said in a note which he wrote be
fore committing the rash act, that he
was uot fit to work any more aud
would In better off dead.
He is a Swede but nothing is known
of his relatives.
When found iu bis room be bad
only beeu dead a short time as the
body bad not liecome rigid. Justice
Talbot summoned a jury who returned
a verdict of suicide and the body was
turned over to Undertaker Logan for
burial. Several dollars in money and
a watch were found in his pockets.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take ljixative lSromo (Quinine Tab
lets. AU ilniu'iiists refund tbe money
if it fails to cure. K. W. (irove's
signature is ou each box. 2.V.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.
Digests all classes of IikkI, tones
aud strengthens the .uinach and di
ntfoe otgaaa, Ci es dysnsteia, in
iireetioa, stomach Uoaiulee and
makes rich nil blood, health and !
streno-tl). Kislol tvluil s woruout
tissues, piirili strengthens am
sweetens the atooaftcb. Uoe. (j. W
Atkinaoa of W, Va.. says: "I have
oaed i nnml i oi Unties ol Kodnl
it to be a etj effec
!.i!. a powerfvl imbwH
)l ill . I i. iMmnn-m:
- i r- l)niA' Co.
)j-i : v
Li . te RaJ
MINE WARNING NOTICES!
NORTHERN BELL AND JUPITER.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigu
d is the owner of the Northern Bell anil
Jupiter mining claims, located in Walker
mining district, Yavapai County, Arizona ;
the owner of said property nor the property
itself will not be responsible for any debts
contracted for labor or otherwise daring
the time said property is being ireakd under
lease and bond. C. G. BROSJU.
September 4, 1902.
MERTON GROUP OF MINES.
Notice is hereby given that thi under
tigned is the owner of the Merton group of
jlainie. located in Fine Grove Mining dis
trict, Yavapai County. Arizona, having
bonded the same to the Cadi lac Mining
Company : the owner of said property nor
the property itself will not be responsible
for anv debts contracted tor labor or other
wise duriug the time of said bond.
R. M. Dougherty.
June 17, 1902.
BIG BUG SMELTEK. .
Notice is hereby given that the George
A. Tread well Copper Company has leased
the Boggs mine?, smelter and pipe line, and
that the undersigned will in no way be re
sponsible for debts contracted in operating
J. S. Douglas, Agent.
October 27, 1899.
Notice is hereby given that the Homestead
mine, located in the Walker mining district,
is now being worked under u bond, and that
the undersigned , owner of said mine, wili
not be responsible for any labor, accident or
i.-bts .f the same which may accrue during
the period of said bond.
Prescott, Arizona. Jan. 8. 1 '.'.
Notice is hereby given that the Silver Bell
:nine, located in the Aguu Fria Mining Dis
Tict, is now being worked under bond and
lease, and the owners of said property nor
he property itself, will not be responsible
for any debts contracted against said prot
-riy uuring wie lime oi suiu uouu.
MRS. F. BASHFORD,
Prescott. Arizona. May 22. 1!C1.
Survey No. 1636.
Notice ol Application for flineral
Patent No. 004.
U. S. Land Office, Prescott, Ariz.,
March 14. 1!I03. I
Notice is hereby given that the (iroom
Greek Gold Mining company, a corporation.
Id Mining company, a corporation.
mtee of W. P. Rice, by its attor-
:t, E. M. Sanford. will make appli -
a patent for the following named
as the grantee
..aw,t, fi.r 1
and descrili -d mining claims situate iu the
BaaaMBnpa mining district. Yavafwi coun-
ty, Ari o :a, and described by the official
plat hen viih posted, and by the field notes
jh till- in the office of the Register of the
Land (Mhe, Prescott. Arizona, as follows.
NEW YEAR'S TEST.
Bsgiuning at corner No 1, whence cor to
lit ii llllll " IT"IV V 1 . -l "V w " "
Digiinung ai cor no i lueinic-o-L-.u. c.
t No 1 of xcw tear s test: thence ii .. deg 31
min w 13311 ft to cor No 2 : 8! deg 22 min e
:i00 ft N C E mon and two ft to cor No 3; s 5
j .t : i i f, .. . v.. 1 . ,. ua I. f '
BBS ft l.,if FmnniiulHll ft to nlace
Beginning at co(, No 1. vibeuce aid sees
cor bears s deg 44 min w 3"4 ft : thi :.e.
s 89 deg 22 min e 30O ft to S C E mon and
600 ft to cor No 2: n ! deg 15 m in W 1241 ft
... v.. i, Kna..o iTiir, iv :i ft to r
e mou'and iim ft tocor No 4: s !dcg 15 min
e 1241 ft to place of beginning.
Beginning at cor No L whence said sees
cor bears s 81 deg 40 min w 334.2 ft : thence
s W deg 22 mm e 200ft to N CE mon and
400 ft to cor No 2 : s 6 dig 3 min w 1488.7 ft
to cor No 3; n 8!i dig 22 min v. 150 ft to S C
mon and .TO ft to cor Not: thence n 2 deg
12 min e 1482.6 ft to place of beginning
Beginning nl cor Nn 1. iUeiilic.il uithct'r-
' " o the Moll j and P.arl lodes
is 8tdig 22 min e 2I ft to .- t b n
400 ft to cor No 2: u B deg 31 ana w ::ti ft to
cor No 3; n 8!ldtg 22 ana 7a It t.i N t ' B
mon and 150 ft to cor No 4 : s 5 C g 17 n n
w 1327 f to place of beginning.
Beginning at cor No 1. whence said sees
cor bears s 80 deg 15 min w 27!I7 f t : thence
8 deg 14 min a 1500 ft to cor No 2 ; s 89 deg
22 min e 170 ft tocor No 3, identical with
cor No 4. Mili survey; n 2 deg 12 min e
1482.6 ft to co i : thence n 89 deg 22 min
(hU ft to N 0 I '."on and 441.6 ft to place
Beginning at cor No 1. whence said sec
eor bears s 88 deg 40 min w 2814 6 ft : thence
n 64 dig 2 min e 315 ft toSCE niou and
... ... v.. . - rim as ,; sJn ft in ciir
No 3: s 64 deg 2 min w 315 ft la lOlamj
and 630 ft to cor VI: - . - - " '.:
ft to place of beginning.
Beginning at cor No !. a In awe "aid ana
cor bears n 85 deg 7 miu w 22.V7.7 f t : thence
!. S ll."'
8 deg 14 min w 625 ft to cor No 2: n 84 deg
49 min a 300 ft to N C E mon and IKJO ft to
cor No 3: s 8 deg 14 miiieK2o ft to cor o4:
s 84 deg 49 inin w 300 ft to SO E mon and
600 ft to place of beginning.
Beginning at cor No 1. w nonce -wiid scs
cor bears s 79 deg 8 min m BSUS ft : thence
u 84 deg 49 min e 340 ft to S C E mon and
i80 ft to cor no I : n 24 Jeg 58 min BU ft
to cor No 3; n 8 deg 28 mine 909 ft to cor
No 4 : s 84 deg 49inin v. 310 ft to N CE mon
and 620 ft to cor No 5; s 7 deg 58 nun w 712
ft to cor No 6; s 24 deg 58 min ' 750 ft to
p!ace of beginning.
Beginning at cor No 1 whence said sees
cor bears s 72 deg 57 min 235-1.2 ft : thence
n 11 deg 1 mill ' 271 ft to cor No 2: n 1 de
10 min w 1016 ft to cor No 3: n 57 d. g Istnin
e3f ft to N 0 E inon and t'00 ft to cor No 1 :
s 1 dig 10 min e 1016 ft tocor No o: s 11 deg
1 min e 271 ft to cor no 6; s 57 deg 48 min w
300 ft to S C E Mon and 600 ft t... place of be
Var 14 deg e
ADJOINING CLAIMS ARE;
New Years Test- N. Alma. E. Dora, sur
vey No 1549: S. Excelsior. Vi. Molly. Alma
N. Moscow. It, Millsitc .unknown and un
surveyed), S. New Yeais Test. W. Woudir.
Moscow N. Keystone. E. Stemwinder. S.
A. ma. VY, unknown and unsurveyed . Molly
N. Wonder. Irish Girl. K. Nnv ieirs T st.
S. Xyster. W. Pearl. Wonder N. Wh N. t.
E. Alma, S. Molly. W. Irish irl. Why Not.
Pearl N. Irish Girl, E. Molly, S. s,ci
Fr., Vi. Ninety-five, survey No. 1567. Little
Giant. Irish Girl N. Why Not. E. t un
der, S. Pearl. Molly. W. Little Giant. Lit
tie Giant N. Why Not. E. Irish Girl. Pearl.
S. Mtinety Five, survey 1567. Vi. Dougl's No.
2, survey No. 1569. Why Not N. unknown
aud unsurveyed, E. Wonder. Irish Girl. S.
Irish Girl. Little (riant. v. Douglas To
urvey No. 156.''. Carlo. Carlo N. unknown
and unsurveyeil. E. Why Not.S. Why Not.
: Douglas No. 2. s.irvey No. l.-h'i. . l.iig
No. 2. Survey No. 156!i and unknown and
New Years Test, less conflict with '
Dora, survey No. 15451 20.057
Moscow 16. ...:
Little 1 riant, less conflict
Douglas No. 2. survey 156!i
Carlo, less conflict with Douglas No.
No. 2. survey No 15611
Total area ......... 124.6UU
Said group of claims lies in said scetio..s
25 aud '.'la.
The course and length of the lodes a ic
from N. C. E. to S. C. E of each claim, e
cent the Why Not. runs from N. '. K
deg Baata m M ft j th. act m ft to 8 M I i. .
and Pearl, runs from N 0 E I 2 deg :to miu
e 77". ft : thence 715 ft tocor No. ...
The notices of location are rtvorded in
the Mining Records in the office of the
County Recorder of Yavapai County. Ari
zona, as follows :
Name Book l'ag.
New Years Test
Any and all persons
ay --ortion of said lode- or surface ground
or any tmrt thereof, an rt quired to M
ikni. .i...i. ..1.,,,.,. i,h th.. h....i.i. ..I ik..
C. S. Land Office at I'resis.tt. Arizona, dur !
ing the 60 days period of publication hereof '
-f . .. j i - . : 1 1 i
as thereafter all adverse claims will !.
Fen S. Hildreth.
First .publication Mar. Is. Inc. w
Messrs. Kinney k Ziiinei-k. r. recent
ly ol Denver, have purcha-e.l the Ho
tel llurke barber shop, first class
". nrk and patronage solicited. tiive
them a trial.
mm w 14.SM.7 tt to cor -,o 2: s .: (leg -T2 mm . . '.- .- --- . - - . . . : - 'Mm mm
S . ft o.SP F mon nndr-m ft n, cor Not- lt " la t"l ous I:"-l!- uisinci. ia-anai containing ."U..-, l acres in apprux sec i, if
i i -T ?r x- i-.; Connty. Arizona, and is bounded on the 10 N. R 4 W. G S R M.
rf.6S,r',;vr north., ast a. d -oi.thb, I'nited States land. Th.. , .Htjon of thi ,nine i. rreorded in
ft to nlaee of beginning " "" lhV 1'- ...I ' "";"' 1-nd the Recorder's office of Yavapai county. Art
ue. Ana. tic Thief lodes, unsurveyed . ! zona, on page 417 8 of book 45 of Mines
. itiw .a:..in!, I,.; .t h et
In the United States Land Office at -"V the amount required to haldmid
I .... c aim for the period ending Decem-
Preseott, Arizona. fjer mi 902.
In rtie matter of application for patent for And if, within ninety (90) days
Copper" and " ombine" lode mining from jne personal service of this no-
claims. situated in Big Bug mining district. . . Q. (9Q) days fter
lavapai County. Arizona. , ,. , ' t i
MINERAL APPLICATION. NO. 611. the publication hereof you fall or re-
NOT1CE OF APPLICATION OF BIG BUG ! fu to contribute your proportion of
GOLD AND COPP: R MINING COM- I said expenditure as co-owner your in
PANY. a COR1-ORATION. FOR UNITED terest in the said mining claim will
STATES PATENT. become the property cf the subscriber.
Notice is hereby given that the Big Bug i your co-owner, who has made the re-
Gold aud Copper Mining Company, a cor- a.,jre-J expenditure by tne terms of
r,. ,r- , i -i . a . . -t tind fYti-tf trier nn1-r it nrl 1 . . "
hv ,irt.,.. ,.f tl... Iu. of the Territory f
Arizona, by Thomas C. Job, its attorney in
fact, whose postoffice address is Prescott.
Arizona, and who is a citizen of the United
St ites. intends to make application for. and
is applying for a United States mineral pat
enfl for the "Copper" and "Combine" lode
mining claims, being Mineral Survey No.
1745 si'uate in Big Bug mining district.
County of Yavapai. Territory of Arizona,
said niininK claims covering :WC0 linear feet
of the said "Copper" and "Combine" lode
with surface ground of WO feet in width,
bearing gold, silver, copper and other va'u
able minerals, and being more fully de
scribed by the official plat and Held notes
thereof on tile in the United Stat-s land
office at Prescott. Arizona, and as herein
below set forth, to-wit :
SURVEY NO. 1745. COPPER L DE.
Beginning at Cor. No. 1. identical with V.
Vi. Cor. of loc. a porphyry stone. 5x12x24
ius. set 1 ft. in the (-round, alongside a
monument of stone. lix'S ft., stone u.arked
C. No. 1-1745: a X on a porphyry rock in
place, marked B R. C" No. 1-1745. brs N.
41' deir. 10 min . E. H4J.' ft. : a X on a por-
phyry rock in place, marked B. R. C. No.
1-1745 brs. S. 51 detz. 5 min. W. 51.1 ft.: U
S. L. M. No. 4 1-45 B. B. D. brs. N. 7! deiz. of you fail or refuse to contribute your pro
52 min. W. 6239 ft. Thence S. 9 deg. 30 portion of said expenditures as .co-owner
min. W. var. 14 deg. E. 750 ft. to W. si e ; your interest in the said mining claim will
I mon . 1500 ft. to cor No 2. which is also
cor. No. 1. Uornbme lode ot tms survey.
identical with cor. loc. Thence S. 6M deg
E. var. 14 deg. E. 800 ft. to S. C. E.. which
is also the N. 0. E. of the Combine lode of
this survey. 600 ft. to cor. No. 3, which is
also cor. No. 4. Com bine lode of this survey,
identical with cor. of loc. Thence N. 9dejf.
30 mill. E var. 14 deg. E. 750 ft. to E. side
mon.. 1500 ft. to cor. No. 4. identical with
loc Thence N. KK deg. W. var. 14 deg. E.
3fln ft. to the N. C. E.. identical with loc.
j Mm ft. to cor. No. 1. the place of beginning
survey of exterior boundaries
Beginning at cor. No 1 which is also cor.
No. 2. copper lode of this survey, cor. de
scribed above : U. S L. M. No. 4-1245 B. B
t-, v v- .w, q .; v asM t
rll. ' ., m- " , ij rt'ea. E. 750 ft.
to W. side man.. IMf ft. to Big Bug creek.
MM E. widtn 7" ft.. MM ft. to cor. No. 2.
ideatfaadwith loe. Thence & 3 deg. I
var. 14 deir. E. : 0 ft to S. C. E. identical
: ,1. 1 dnft Va ilntimil with
, tVL.s'ws.'l n, tJrW F.
. -..,', , a; "n.-TT ........ L- V. n-srttr,
; 75 ft . 750 ft. to E side mon.. 1500 ft. to cor.
No. 4. which is also cor. No. 3. Copper lode
, f tr,i isa, cor described above. Thence
I X ((3 deg W. var. 14 deg. E. .00 ft. to the
C E .vihich is also the S. C. E. of Copper
o. 4. which is also cor. No. 3. Copper lode
i 0$l. f this mi-vey. mon. described above,
' ft. tl, cor. No. 1. 'he place of beginning
rrey of exterior boundaries.
! jjie S
rimnTlll 20.172 acres.
1 , ombine Lode 20.661 acres,
Total area hide claims. 40.833 acres.
Tliis claim is located on upsurged land
.. ..j. f,...,,, ,-,., v- ..
. VJT, . e ,..., j c j w
, mil.. VV. lOfl ft
Combine vein extends from d;s. mon. N.
- rt '' r" "
ind . 22 deg. VV . 1200 ft.
NOTICE Of LOCATION.
The notice of location of each of satd
cfaifaa is recorded in the office of the re-
eur.ler of Yavapai County. Arizona, in the I
M-.nk-.ol mines nereinoeiow set oiiosii.e
their respective names, to wit:
OfajajH lod. claim in book 52. at page !.
Combine lode claim in book 52. at page 97.
Any and a'l persons claiming adversely
th- inning ground, or any portion thereof, j
s. . 1 ..-..fiH.. -1 rttirYiVf-fi if nil rthitti it HriH Hn- 1
I nHad for. are hereby notified that unless'
tie ir adverse claims are duly riled with the
1 register of the laud office during the next!
.ixt) days publication hereof, they will be;
i barred by virtue of the statutes in such cases
Dated Mav25. Il
m a HILDRETH.
Register of land nlftc at lrescoft. Arizona.
Kirsl publication Mar ST, 1SU3 W.
Final p iolici'tion July 20. 1903.
Prescott. Ariz.. May 26. 1903.
To B K. Vassar. his Heirs and Assigns:
V a ' ' t . if'd that I bate ex. j
pin i , : . v.. i t9(fl two hundred
dollar-JUJ. i.i -..I i ;J improvements '
upon the Evtniug Star and Cueter mining
claims situate in Big Bug mining district,
county of Yuvapai and Territory of Arizona. '
the notices of location whereof is of record
n the office of the county recorder in books
o2 and 38 of mines, pages 11 . and o0 . min-
mg records of Yavapai county. Arizona, in
I order to hold said claims under the provi-
I s:oris i.f s. -.ii.f . 2324 ..f the revised s'alut.s
if Ike Cnited Statea, and : aaMaahaeeaB
-talma. eetag tne -i m r inireato
hold said chin. : Vr t!i period mduujDe-
cemher 31. 19U2.
I And if. aWa alalia '0 days fro. a the
i personal teniae of this notice or within
ninety 'i dajs litter tne publication Here
of jou fall or refuse to co tribute Ji ur pro
portion of said expenditures us co owner
your iutcre-t in the si.id mining claim will
bic ane the property of . su'..-criher. your
cti-o-vner. who lias M.,de the requii ! cv
pvnditnre by the terms of s tiu section .324.
H. J. MCRI'HY .
First publication May 26 D.
OF T RE
AR TIC LES of Incorporation
Mines Company, Limited.
This is to cirtif that, by resolution duly
and legally ;iirscd hy the stockholders of
the Toii't.-toi Consolidated Mines Com
: anv. Limited, at a BMethej dnly and legal
ly called and lieid at I'res ott. Arizona.
April 'i. NCR. the sird Articles of Iucorporn-
tion MM ch..nged and altered in following
r,sp.vt. to wit :
Artie!. II! ..f said Articles of Incorpora
tion was amended to .'end as fol ows:
Article III. The principal office of tbe
fTlliaaiU si, .'I be at Tombstone, in the i
county of Cochise. Territoryot Arizona, and
the corporation shall have such branch
oftices. either i ithin or without the Terri
tory of Arizona, as may be hereafter estab
lished hj thi !i : ,d of Directors. :it whicn
offices meet i i gs of the Hoard of Directors
may be held."
In witness whereof the corporation has
caused its corporate name to be attached
anil it- coriat. -seal to Is- affixed to dupli
tes h r. of. by its president, attested by its
secretary 'his loth da .if April. ItWi.
The To nbstoiie Consolidated MinesCoin
Seal E. B. (iage. President.
Henry M. Robinson. Secretary.
Tirritorj of Arizona. I
County of Cochise. '
Before me. A. N. tiage. a notary public in
and for said -ouuty. on this aha personally
appeared E. B. Cage known to me to be
the person whose nana is subscribed to the i
foregoing instrument, and acknowledged to i
me that he executed the nunc for the pur
pose and consideration therein e pressed. I
and further that as president of The Tomb. !
toiieCons4lidat.-l Mine Company. Limit I
led. hi acknowledged the execution of the j
rn.iient as the tree act and deed of such
iforntiou by him voluntarily executed.
.;,;.' I11'lV;i, i April. A. D. m
Given andd :n hand ami s-al of office
A N. tiage.
UtM v n MM
, ,, s, da, .
Kirl irUhlk;(tiou May
rrescott. Aru . Jan. tt, liK.
To Jo (tililner His Heirs and Ar
sjens: Tbi are hereby nntiiicd that I have
expeaeVd during the year MM ew
hundrcil doll irs (li in labor a:nl
improrenients upon the Pennant
ai 1 1 I : . s ii
r i.ii in'" ennui, smiftie in mi-Mi
aillim lllill'Oi: ili-trict. t'.iillity of Yav-
aiaii, Territ. a ' of Arizon.i. tb notice
f .ic it in. i w hereof is of record in th.
I office of the unit v ReeavrJai in BOM
. 47 of mil -. 11
to hob! I
i i-i. iis ol
rutin IT, Anz.ma. in onter
.i'i thliw under tin pro
rtinm SSI of the R' i
Statu-. - of the I'nited States, aud the
innilnnatii tberfto eoeiee-nMM an
niiid lalmr upon inirung claims, it lie-
i Said section X4.
THOMAS J. LAIRD.
First publication Jan. 31. 1905.
First Hub. Journal-Miner Mar. 25.
Prescott. Ariz , Jan. 81, 1SKH
To J. F. Smith, his Heirs and Assigns:
You are hereby notified that I hare ex
dended during the year 1AU2 one hundred
dollars ($100) in labor and improvements
upon the Virginia mining claim, situate in
Hassayampa mining district, county of Ya
vapai, and territory of Arizona, the notice
of location whereof is of record in the office
ot the county re order in book 62 of mines,
pag- 410. mining records of Yavapai county.
Arizona, in order to hold said claims under
the provisions of section 2824 of the revised
statute of the United States, and the
a endments thereto concerning annual
labor on mining claims, it being the amount
required to hold said claim for the period
ending December ill. Uti .
And if. within ninety iHUi days irom tne
personal serric of this notice or within
! nineiv mil days after th.- publicatu.-a here-
, become the property of the subscriber, yoor
co-owner, who has made the requirea ex
penditure by the terms of said section 2324.
r. M. SL.M t.hl
First publication. Apiil. 15, 1908.
Mining Application No. 608.
U. S. Land Office, Prescott. Arizona. '
May 12. 1903. I
Notice is hereby given that the Octavw
Oold Mining Company, whose postoffice ad
dress is Prescott. Arizona, by J. J. Hawkins
its attorney in fact, has made application
for a pateut for l.'iOD linear feet of the "Blue
G" iode mining claim, bearing precious
metals Mtuate in Weaver mining district.
Yavapai county. Arizona Territory, and de
scritHd in the official plat and field notes on
tile in this office, as follows, to-wit:
Magnetic variation 14 degs east.
Beginning at cor No. 1. Cor of the loca
tion bearfn 70 degs 311 mil e So ft. A mai-
pais stone Kxl4xls ins 12 ins in the ground
i chiseled 1 B G 1744. with a monument of
stone 2 tt biiM and 3 ft high, alongside,
whence, the I S L Mon No 1.77 W M Dis
I rs N 40 deg 57 min E 1323ft: thetace S 52 deg
1 37 ir.ui Vt . 15li ft to cor No 2, identical with
stone 2 tt bsisc and 3 ft highalongside
cor of the location and cor No 1 of the
Stanton lode of survey No 1736: thence N 32
"" : .Wf1 to -or No ... identical
I w,th -'r the location and withe r No 6 ot
I tne Stsntoa lod sur No 173B; thence N 52
j - :f m'n E- 15J ft ,to "T No-, ,f
I location brs N 32 deg la mm V 16.5 feet:
""- - ueg . mm a. u n w ine piace
of beginning. The course and length of the
ledge on the '"Blue (j lode is from tne V U
E N 52 d g 37 min E. 1500 ft to the E C E
ton lode survey No 17.36. Octave Gold Min-
I in Co. cluit : East, placer location, clmt
on north and south unknown
All persons holding adverse claims there
to are rii'iiiri d to present the same before
this office within sixty days from the first
day of publication he-eof. or they will be
barred by virtue of the provisions of the
statute. FEN. S HILDRETH,
Kirst publication May 12.
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