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THE LOCAL NEWS
OF THE ni
From Saturday 's l)ai( .
" H. J. Allen returned to Jerome this,
R. E. Morrison has returned from
bis visit to Yaldez.
Mrs. V. M. Muuds has gone to fhu
nix to reside with her people.
C. F. Riblet returned this morning
from a visit to the Uuckhorn mine.
V. J. Martiu. superintendent of
the Poland tunnel is in town tody.
Ed Holtz. who was shot at Jerome
by Oeo. Moore recently is now able to
Geo. X. Gage of Tempe was a pas
senger on this morning's north hound
train en route to California.
Mrs. Mayer and son who hare leii
visiting in Frescott for some time
left for California today.
A car load of boilers came in on
this morning's freight train from Ash
Fork, consigned to Brown Bros.
Mrs. F. E. Andrews and little
daughter left this morning for a visit
of several weeks in San Francisco.
A jolly party went out last night to
Thumb Butte for a moonlight tally-bo
ride. They returned about 1 o'clock
Married. July 4th. by J. H. Henry
at the M. E. parsonage, at Flagstaff.
George K. Clark and Louise E. Cas
ner. both of the Verde.
Captain A. F. Brown, representing
the California Powder company, ar
rived in Prescott on this morning's
train on his periodical visit.
Nine car' loads of lumber paused
through Prescott today en route south
for use in the construction of bridges
on the Pheuix and Eastern railroad.
S. W. Higiey returned last evening
from his trip to Corouado, where he
accompanied his family, and located
them for the summer in a cottage
Leon Kueip's condition was report
ed greatly improved this morning.
While he is still troubled with a
stupor, during his wakeful moments
he is rational.
For celebrating the Fourth of July
by attempting to carve his wife with a
big knife J. M. Jones, of Bisbee, was
Bned 200 with the alternative of M
days in jail.
One of the popular resorts of the
city these warm days is the swimming
pool in the Odd Fellows building.
Crowds of people enjoy a plunge in
the refreshing waters every day.
Rev. J F. Finley, of Phenix, ar
rived in Prescott this morning and
will preach at the West Prescott Meth
odist church tomorrow morning and
evening. Mr. Finley is presiding
elder in charge of all the work of the
M. E. church, south, in Arizona.
Jesse Robinson and W. S. Comer
came in this morning from Lynx
creek. They state that mining busi
ness there is resuming its old time ac
tivity and a large number of men are
at work again in that district.
Mrs. Geo. X. Cage, of Tempe. and j
her sister. Mrs. Viola Keuneily. who
have been visiting the former's daugii j
ter. Mrs. R. B. Burmister, left this I
morning for California where they
will spend the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Kent, and son
Kenneth, were arrivals last night from
Buffalo. X. V.. having come for a
visit with Mr. Kent's brother, W. A.
Kent, the well known mining man of
the Poland district. They went out
to Poland this afternoon.
Geo. S. Connelly, president of the
Tiger Gold Mining company, and bis
sou, arrived last evening from Spring
held, Illinois. Tbey were met in
Prescott by P. S. Lee. of the com
pany, who came in from Crowned King
E. E. Ellinwood received a letter
this morning announcing the death in
Kingman of C. E. Bowers, formerly
connected with the Kingman Mercan
tile company. Mr. Bowers was an old
aud highly respected citizen of the
above town, and bad lieen iu oor
health for some time.
H. B. St. Claire, secretary of the
Arizona World's Fair Commission. left
for Flagstaff this morning, after a
day's visit iu Prescott. After a brief
stop iu the Skylight City he will re
turn to Prescott again for a couple of
days' visit. He is takiug a semi vaca
tion and at the same time working up
Joseph Hawthorne, an Englishman,
aged 30 years, died yesterday at Dan
Kinney's camp, eight miles south of
town. The deceased was thrown from
a buggy about two weeks ago. which
produced a hemorrhage, aud this no
doubt was the cause of his death. His
lungs were affected,and the injury re
ceived from the fall above mentioned
aggravated aud aided the disease.
Mr. and Mrs. X. J.Xolau of Ieuver,
Colorado, arrived on last night's train
for a visit with their son T. J. Xolan.
jr., of the firm of Mansfield 4 Xolan.
They are en route to California foi
a visit. Mr. X'olan is iu the govern
ment service at military headquarters
in Denver. He has been iu this service
for over a quarter of a century having
held a similar position at Whipple
during the time that department
headquarter? were located then-.
The hoard of siiier'isors, sitting as
a board of eqiiali zation. have reaoned
the letter O ou the list. On account
ot the larger uumter of properties fcs
check up this year the board will In
kept very busy to finish their work in
the twenty day.- allowed them by law.
There are over HO more entries this
year than ever before. So far very
little change has beeu made iu the
list as presented by Assessor Sullivan,
showing that the work had been d lie
A mau about 40 years old was
struck by a freight train near tbe Cliff
Spur, six miles eastof here, last Mon
day afteruoou. and instantly killed.
He was near tbe track and when the
train was within a few feet of him be
crawled on the track and was knocked
off lefore the tram could be stopped.
The report of 4he affair indicates a
suicidal intent pan the part of tbe
mau who was killed. He had been
around Flagstaff for several days and
was drinking considerably during the
time. He was a stranger here and his
name is unknown. Flagstaff (Jem.
At the resilience of .1. It. McAllister,
OU the Yen!.-, there was a quiet and
pretty wedding, la-t Sunday after
noon. Mr. Howard Boulter and Miss
Oertrude McAllister were the parties
uuited. Rev. H. G. Miller, of the
Congregational church performed the
ceremony. The bride is the eldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mc
Allister and a charming young lady.
For the past year she has been the
operator at the Independent telephone
office, aud by her accommodating
manner has won many friends. Mr.
Boulter is the telegraph operator at
the Junction and a young man of ex
cellent worth. Jerome Reporter.
From 1onua t Daily.
Leon Kneip's condition today Is
very much improved.
J. 1. Gardner returned this morning
from a visit to Skull valley.
The walls of the old school building
have been razed to the ground.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Haggott came
iu from the Blue Bell mine yesterday.
A term of United States court will
le held in Prescott commencing July
H. W. Hubbard and son are arrivals
at the Hotel Burke from Huutsville,
V. V. Cochran and B. O. When
came in from Los Angeles last even
ing. H. G. Brown came in from the
Crown King Sunday evening and is
at the Hotel Burke.
The infant daughter of Mrs. Fred
Evans died in Prescott Saturday aud
was buried yesterday.
J. W. Dougherty arrived in Prescott
on Friday evening from San Diego
and will spend the summer here.
Eli Punteney and wife went north
on this morning's train. Mr. Punte
ney has been sick for some time in
Jack Bolan, who contributed to the
amusement of the Bisbee Athletic
club smoker, has been convicted of
T. C. Job, of Prescott, was among a
uumber of Arizona citizens to receive
commissions as notary public from
Governor Brodie recently.
H. W. Zachau, of Los Angeles
brother of B. W. Zachau of the S. F.
P. aud P. railroad company arrived
in Prescott on Saturday night for a
brief visit with bis brother.
It is announced that Brigadier Gen
eral Baldwin, iu command of the de
partment of the Colorado, expects to
visit Fort Whipple in company with
Col. J. W. Pope, chief quartermaster
of the department.
Mrs, Wm. Talbot and her daughter
Miss Alice, mother and sister of Judge
R. P. and R. W. Talbot, left on this
morning's train for Kansas City after
a visit of two months in Prescott
with their relatives.
Richard Sumid has received the
supplies and all the necessary para
phernalia for the institution of the
Degree of Pocahontas and as soon as
the charter arrives from tbe great
council tbe degree will be instituted.
Tbe work of excavating for the
street crossing from tbe Hotel Burke
corner to tbe Wilson block corner was
I commenced today. After digging
jdown several inches a prehistoric (?)
j stone crossing was unearthed.
Mrs. E. B. Drapei entertained a
numlier of ladies on Saturday after
noon at eucbre. number of very
interesting games were played and re
freshments were served aud a most
enjoyable time was had by all present.
J. Q. Stephens, the Williamsou val
ley cattle man. came iu from, his
ranch a day or two since and reiorts
the harvesting of an abundant crop of
fine hay for his stock just about com
pleted. He reports the range iu good
shae and stock in the finest condi
tion for many years.
Mrs. Finley, wfe of Rev. J. F. G.
Finley. left on this morning's train
for Los Augeles for a visit with her
mother. Rev. Finley is presiding
elder for Arizona of the Method irt
church. South, and will go to the
Verde valley to look after church bus
A boy on a bicycle ran into R. E.
Morrison's horse yesterday while he
and Mrs. Morrison were out riding.
i The horse was badly frightened by the
unexpected bump be received from
the boy and wheel. and the boy seemed
to be pretty badly stunned, if not
seriously injured. hut his identity was
Burt Alvord, train robber aud des
perado, has been indicted at Tomb
stone by a United States grand jury
on six charges of robbing the United
States mails. Alvord was formerly
a constable at Willcox. turned train
rohljer, was arrested and escaped from
jail, and went to Mexico. He assist
ed iu the capture of Chacon, a tint
ham county murderer, and so far as
the territiory was coucerued all
charges against him were dismissed.
J. H. Franks is iu town today from
the Verde valley. He will leave to
morrow for California to spend bis
vacation hut will return to Arizona
again within a couple of mouths. This
will lie the first time that Mr. Franks
has been out of the territory in ten
years, and will le his first visit to
California. Hesays that nothing could
induce him to leave the territory
permanently, as he says there are no
lietter people to lie found any place
than those of the Verde valley.
Ex-County Recorder W. I. Johnson
came in from Yeager Saturday eveuit.g
where he has leen hauling the new
machinery from Yeager siding to the
Yeager Cauyou Copper company's
property. He ha- just taken the con-
tract for the grading for the new
hlorinatiou works to le erected at
Mayer. He also has tbe contract to
do tbe grading for the spur of rail read
to lie built from the P. and E. track
tot he new plant.
Mr. and Mrs. Sutton MeWhorter.
familiarly known among their neigh
bors as "Uncle Snt ' and "Aunt Til
da," from the Verde valley, are iu
town today. They are among the
oldest and most highly respected cit
izens of the couuty. They rode in
from Dewey on the train leiug their
first ride on a railroad for over thirty
years. Mr. MeWhorter will leave to
morrow for a visit to California and
this will l- the first time that he will
have beeu outside of Arizona for the
About midnight Saturday an alarm
of fire was sounded, the cause being
the discovery that tbe drapery ill the
undertaking parlors of S. A. Logan
was on tire. The fire was extinguish
ed liefore much damage had leeu done,
it being es'imated that ?T." to MM
will cover the damage. It was very
fortunate, that the tbe was discovared
when it was or very serious damage
miht have NaaJted as then- are sev
eral frame buildings on each side that
would have made a mighty lively fire
ll a goon sihii nau oeen giien it.
Geo. S. Connelly and son and G. P.
Harrington left on this morning's
train for a three weeks' visit in the
A. B. Mader has just completed the
survey of seventeen claims belonging
to the Poland Extension Mining com
pany. Charles J. George arrived from Los
Angeles last evening and went out to
visit his Poland Extension property
Thomas Gaguer who died ou Satur
day of consumption was buried yes
terday afternoon. Deceased was 24
years old aud only recently arrived
here from the easb
There will be special meeting of
officers and directors of the Corona
Consolidated Gold and Copper Mining
company at the company's office in
the Union block, in Prescott, Arizona
on Friday July IT at 0 p. m.
A miner by the name of Kellogg is
reported to have met with a severe ac
cident iu the Iron King mine Satur
day. It seems that a shot hafl failed
to go off and he was working with his
pick when that instrument struck the
charge which exploded.
A special train is expected to arrive
here this week from Xew York bearing
a large number of the stockholders of
the American Copper company. They
will spend several days at the Iron
King mine which is the property of
When the district court adjourned
several days ago It adjourned to meet
again today but owing to the absence
from t,be city of Judge Sloan there
was no court today. Judge Sloan is
expected to arrive from California
this eveuing and will probably pen
Tbe dance at Odd Fellows ball
Saturday nigbt was greatly enjoyed
aud largely attended, the installation
of the large fans adding much to the
comfort of the evening. These Sat
urday nigbt dances seem to grow more
popular all tbe time and have come
to r-t ay.
John Utter, a miner who was
brought in from Poland to tbe Mercy
hospital about two weeks suffering
with a complication of diseases, died
about i o'clock yesterday eveuing.
His wife lives at Camp Bird, Ouray.
Colorado, and she was informed of bis
death by telegram, but no reply has
been received as to the disposition of
Saturday nigbt a drunken miner
was found by a Mexican lying in the
alley back of Whiskey Row, and the
Mexican proceeded to go through his
pockets taking his watch and a few
other articles. The miner also had a
pretty good coat and tbe Mexican
whose name is Ferencio Armandez
traded him his old ragged coat for the
good one. When the miner got sober
enough to see what had been done be
informed the officers who soon found
the man with the coat on . He was
examined today before Justice Talbot
who bound him over in the sum of
Bert Tilton and Martin Testori
while out wheeling yesterday came in
collision causing a pretty bad mix up
of their wheels and causing some
painful wounds and bruises to both of
them. Tilton was in front on his
wheel when an accident happened to
it throwing him to the ground. They
were going at a pretty lively gait aud
Testori was so close behind that be
could not stop bis wheel until he
struck Tilton mixing men and wheels
iu a promiscuous heap. One wheel
was wrecked and they had a five
miles walk carriyng wheels to town.
A sheet that appears every evening
about twilight, with a label on it and
calling itself a newspaper, and which
was started for the avowed purpose of
knocking the Journal-Miner out, con
tained the following very, very "sour
grapes" squeal in its issue of Satur
day evening: "If those window cards
for tbe smoker aare an illustration of
the 'scads of fine job work' recently
turned out by an evening paper, we
do not feel surprised that they resort
to such heroic measures to continue
in the business." Those window cards
complained of suited tbe parties or
dering tbem quite well, in fact were
just what tbey wanted and ordered,
and served the purpose for which they
were intended, just as well, as a
more elaborate or more expensive job.
The criticism iu reference to the work
was so palpably a case of "sour
grapes" that it is amusing to all who
have seen it.
The Portland, Oregon, Journal of
recent date contained the following
notice iu its society columns: "A
double wedding that occurred last
week at Prescott, Ariz., caused quite
a little astonishment to many Port
land people. The interested part jean-
Mrs. M. E. McCulloch, now Mrs.
.lames H. Mulreiu, aud Miss Lola
.leaunette Asbton, now Mrs. Frank B.
Mulreia, the grooms being brothers
aud the brides being mother and
daughter. Mrs. McCulloch" and her
laughter have beeu visiting friends
and relatives in and about Portland
for nearly a year. Oregon lie iug their
former home. Their marriage was a
complete surprise. The grooms met
them at tbe depot ou their arrival at
Prescott. Mrs. McCulloch and James
II. Mulrein were driven at once to tbe
office ef Probate Judge' Hicks, who
performed the ceremony, while Miss
Ashton aud Frank B. Mulrein drove
to the Catholic church parsonage,
where they were married by Father
Whyte. after which they weut at once
to a little cottage which had previous
ly beeu gotten all ready for house
keeping by the groom."
Fjom Tuesday's Daily.
Xo more street lights after touight.
S. C. Miller has received the con
tract to furnish wood for Whipple.
Thirty lioys are engaged cleaning
bricks from the walls of the old school
G. R. Sturtevaut, couuty surveyor
of Maricopa county, is visiting in
Prescott, with his wife.
George Wood has purchased from F.
Scopel and wife lots 21. "1 aud K,
block HI, Prescott. for 2000.
Captain Reed of Whipple, will leave
shortly for tbe east, where he will be
united in marriage about the first of
August to Miss Fraukie Kautz.
The new water tax rate adopted by
the city council appears in this issue.
It will be fouud to be interesting
reading by all consumers of city wa
ter. Deputy Sheriff Xoble came iu from
Ash Fork last evening with four al
leged peace disturbers from that vil
ligc. Three of them were women and
The Knights of Pythias have placed
a large shield filled with electric
lights iu front of their hall. The
lights are turned ou to notify mem
hers of meetiug nights.
Today is the third anniversary of
Prescott's big fire.
There are said to be 3B0 colonists at
Iron Springs at present.
Dr. G. W. Vickers
Pheuix this morning.
came up from
A. "A. Moore came tip on this morn
ing's train from Walnut tirove.
The board of equalization has
reached the letter "S" and will lie
through the list the first time in two
or three more days.
Mrs. Coles A. ISashtord arrived on
last evening's trail from Los Augeles
to attend the funeral of her father.
Mr. BaaMard will arrive ou tonight's
Supt. Mark Bradley is in town
from the Lion mine. He says- work
has not yet started on the proposed
new working shaft, and the property
still remains idle.
Casper Heck, a mining man from
Cripple creek, Colorado. who has
been in this section for some lime,
left this morning for Mohave county
for a visit ou mining business.
Mr.and Mrs. Geo. C. McMartry left
ou this morning's train for liiughamp
tou, Xew York, where tbey formerly
resided and where they will proliably
Mrs. A. W. Millicau, connected
with the Indian school at Saeaton, has
beeu in Prescott for several days, hav
ing come up here to siHnl her vaca
tion away from the heat.
The Bisbee Review announces that
L P. Xash. who shot a mau named
Anderson at Sierra de Cobre not far
from Cauauea a few days ago, has been
fully exorerated in the affair.
About forty or fifty of the Iron
Spring colonists passed through Pres
cott this moruing en route to (irauite
Dells to spend the day. They will re
turn on this evening's south bouud
The picnic party brought iu last
eveniug from Ash Fork by Deputy
Xobles, consisting of three women
aud one man, paid their fines, for
their disorderly conduct aud left town
The biggest car load of lumber that
ever came into Prescott aived yes
terday. It was in a mammoth new
steel car of the Pennsylvania road. A
number of steel cars from the above
road has been received here of late.
The fuueral of the late Geo. R.
Parker will take place from tbe fam
ily residence West Prescott. tomor
row, Wednesday, afternoon, at '.2:30
o'clock. Friends aud acquaintances
are respectfully invited.
The Poland Tuunel company com
menced work agaiu yesterday ou the
Lynx creek end of the tuunel. A
watchman stationed at the mouth of
the tunnel was run away from the
place last eveniug by a lawless mob.
Mrs. Harry Heap, of Pheuix, who
has been visiting her parents. Judge
and Mrs. E. W. Wells iu Prescott for
some time.left ou this morning's train
for Los Augeles to spend the balauce
of "the summer. She will not return
"A condition and not a theory"
confronts the city council. The con
dition is a depleted treasury. At u
meeting of the city council yesterday
afternoon it was decided to discon
tinue the light iug of the streets for
two months, commencing July 15.
A. C. McQueen, live stock aud
claim agent of the S. F. P. aud P.
railroad is making his temporary
headquarters at Iron Springs for a
short time while attending to business
iu this section. He goes out there
each evening and returns to Prescott
in the morning.
Wm. Lawler returned last evening
from a five weeks trip to California
ou his wedding trip. He says that
there were fine showers of rain
all along tbe Santa Fe road from
Kingman to Ash Fork yesterday after
Judge Sloan held a short session of
court this forenoon at which time tin
case of John Bianconi vs. John Duke
was tried and judgment rendered for
plaintiff. A divorce was also granted
to Mrs. Josefa Mazou from Jose Ma
zou. Court then adjourned till !t:30
Deputy United States Marshal C. H.
Uttiug came iu from the north last
night on official business. There was
a rumor on the streets today that the
principals in the recent boxing bout
might have to explain things to the
federal officials, hut Mr. Utting in
formed a Jourual-Miuer reporter that
he knew nothing of the matter.
Judge T. E. Edwards, of Polaud,
arrived in town yesterday for a brief
business visit. He was accompanied
by 1. J. Stauber, a civil eugii cer, in
the employ of the Polaud Miniug com
pany. Ihe latter left on last night s
train for the "Old Boot" or Silver
Bell property iu the southern part of
the territory, owned by F. M. Mur
phy and associate.-.
A Mexican in the employ of Camp
bell A Francis, celebrated the Fourth
by shooting a bullet into his leg, at
their sheep camp, aliout sivty miles
from Flagstaff. He was brought to
Flagstaff aud placed in the hospital.
At all events, he should be commend
ed for establishing a praiseworthy pre
cedent iu using himself, instead of
others, as a target. Coconino Suu.
Jack Bolau. who was convicted
prize fighting at Tombstone, has be
sentenced to a year's imprisonment in
the territorial peuiteutiary. linlau
was a participant in a boxing match,
hut the court aud jury decided it was
a prize fight, and iu violation of the
statutes made and provided governing
such cases iu territories.
The Degree of Honor postponed the
installation of officers last night to
their next meeting. There was no
installation of officers of the Wood
men as that lodge only elects officers
once a year aud that is iu J an lief J.
There was a social session of the two
above lodges, however, last night anil
a gtiod time is reported.
In mi a,-fi..l., u-l,i..l, 1 4 1,
Journal -Miner a few days riBM corn
paring the school census of I'.mi-'J
with 1902-3 a typographical error crept
into it which made it appear that the
schools of the county were falling oil
in attendance. The awing., attend
ance in 1101-2 was 11-12. while iu
MQB-3 ihe average attendance wa
117."i. or an increase of .'CI. The error
made the paper say the average at
tendance iu l!K)l-2 was "1112."
Col. B. W.
nights' train t
Pheuix he will
ler iu the new
Leavell left on last
r the southern part of
After a day spent at
go to Morenci to inns
avalrv company organ
ized at that place. This will maki
the second cavalry company connect
ed with the Arizona militia, the other
one lieing located at Xogab-s. CoL
Leavell is making good progress to
wards getting au efficient national
guard in Arizona, ami is uow quite
eucoumged iu his work.
Engine number !', of the S. F. P.
and P. railroad, which lias 1 . en iu
the shops since July 5, getting oil
burning attachments fitted to it, wa
turned out on the roail today fully
equipped, with an oil burner, lor a
trial ruu She will lie put into com
mission ou a regular run at once.
Xumlier 5 was placed in the shop this
morning to receive oil burning equip
ment. With the other work ill the
shops to attend to it takes about a
month to equip each engine. The an
ginal are given a general overhauling
while in t he sli-ips.
There is considerable complaint
from people who live on Montezuma
and Cortez streets that their peaceful
slumliers are very much disturbed
during the wee small hours of Bight
by a lot of sports racing up and down
these streets in hacks, letting off
war whoops which would put an
Apache Indian to shame. II this
class of individuals want to carry K9
like t his they should go Jov. n to tin
bad lands, where they belong, and
the officers should put :i stop to thai
nuisance along the main -fleets of the,
MURDERERS TO LECTURE.
The announcement comes from Paris
that (iabrielle Bompard, a notorious
murderess, who has just beeu pardon
ed from the penitentiary, in Paris,
will come to the United States to lec
ture iu the fall. A Frenchman named
Dhw, a journalist of Paris, will ac
company her as her manager. Gab
rielle was a party to the strangling of
man named Goffe, for the .purpose of
robliery, aud was seutenced to twenty
years iu prison, but has just been re
leased at the end of twelve years. Her
partner in crime, named Eyrand was
guillotined in 1901. The latter slip
ped tbe noose over the head of their
victim aud pulled ou tbe cord while
the woman held him down until be
was straugled to death. If there is
any law to cover such a case this
brazen and shameless woman and her
equally brazen aud shameless manager
should lie met at the wharf and held
in eusiody until they could be reship
ped to a country where pretty murder
esses are lionized aud feted by meu
claiming social standing aud respect
ability. The ouly country so far heard
from of that kind is France.
Those Xew York wage workers have
taken a wise actiou in doing away
with the walking , delegate. The
walkiug delegate is the vermiform ap
pendix of labor uuions of no earthly
use to the organization and the cause
of nearly all of its trouble. When
they are lopped off all over the country
and the man with the brawn and mus
cle, the real worker, and wage earner
is freed from tbe tbralldom of this
class of meu, wbose ouly show to keep
themselves in a soft position, at good
pay, is by fomenting trouble
employer aud employe, then
ganized labor command much
The deposits of the uine savings
liauks of San Fraucisco have made the
remarkable large iucrease of tH),50Ti,
751 during the first half of the present
calendar year. The assets of these
banks have gained S7,212,90ti during
the same iieriod. The deiiosits in
the city savings hanks have reached
their highest mark, aud now aggregate
tbe enormous sum of ?10o, 800,750.
The total resources of the same banks
have expanded to 8101,975,679.
Ex-Representative Driggs, who has
just been indicted for taking pay
from a concern whose goods he per
suaded the post off ice department to
buy. while he was a member of con
gress, is a democrat. He is one of
the worthies the republicans turned
out of office Severn! : - ago.
Willie Randolph Hearst, tbe pro
prietor of three of the yellowest
journals iu ihe United States, really
imagines himself a candidate for pres
ident of the United States. The
wheels of Willie's thinking machine
evidently need fixing. He should
seud them to a mechanical hospital.
What is proliably the biggest loco
motive in the world has just beeu
completed at Schnectady for hauling
freight over the Rocky mountains. It
measures seventy feet, and on a level
track can haul a train of cars a mile
The president entertained Sir
Thomns- I.iptnti at Imtcheoti. Now if
ihe genial Irishman wins the cup the
democrats will doubtless attempt to
make campaign material out of tbe
CITY-ORDINANCE XO. 140.
AmeudiiJg City Ordinance Xo. 130,
entitled au ordinance amending City
Ordinance Xo. 41, entitled "Water
Tax' as amended by Ordinance Xo.
103 approved July 5tb 1899.
The Mayor aud Common Council of
the City of Prescott do ordain as fol
That section ! of ordinance Xo. EH
be and is hi t. by amended so as to
read as follows:
Section 1. Each and every persou
firm or corporation in tbe city of
1'ivscutt using or consuming water,
shall pay therefor at the following
rates, to-wit :
The sum of one dollar per mouth
ier 1000 gallons for each aud every
1000 gallons, or any part thereof, up
to aud including 2000 gallons;
at the rate of fifty cents per tin nth
per 1000 gallons for each aud every
1000 gallons for the next rfOOO gallons
iu excess of 2000 gallons;
at the rate of forty ceuts per month
per 1000 gallons for each aud every
1000 gallons, for tbe uext 40,000 gal
lons in excess of 10,000 gallons;
at the rate of thirty five ceuts per
mouth per 100U gallons for each and
every LOW gallons for the uext 50,-
i"1 gallons in excess of 50.000 gallons:
at the rate of twenty five cents per
month per 1000 gallons for each aud
every 1000 gallons, for tbe uext 900,
0(10 gallons in excess of 100,000 gal
lons; at the rate of twenty ceuts per
month per 1000 gallons for each and
every 1000 gallons iu excess of 1,000,
000; so used or consumed by any one
person firm or coiiration.
Every person, firm or corporation
using water shall pay not less than
two dollars per month or a part there
of uotwit listanding the rates hereby
established and regardless of any
amount registered by meter or not.
Any persou taking water from the
city of Prescott under the provisions
thereof, who shall furnish any resi
dent non-taker with water from the
city system for any purpose, or permit
any BOO-taker to use his faucets or hy
drant for any puriose except the ex-
tiuguishmenl of tire, shall be charged
If you have any form of stomach
trouble you will tlnil the Hitters very
lii iielicial. It contains only those in
ereilients M will strengthen the
stomach. Tiy it for heartburn, flat
ulency, indigestion, dyspepsia or ma
h'l ia. It positively cure".
two dollars extra for each and every
month in which a violation of tbis
provision may occur; and iu case of
persistent or willful disregard thereof,
tbe offenders' water supply shall be
cut off for tbe period of thirty days.
All ordinances or parts of ordin
ances in conflict with this ordinance
are hereby reiealed.
Tbis ordinance will be in force
from and after the first day of Aug
ust, 1903, and after its approval and
due publication according to law.
Passed by the mayor and common
council of the city of Prescott this
Kith day of July, 1903, by tbe follow
Ayes: Briukmeyer, Head, Mulveuou,
Wilson. Mr. President.
Presented to the mayor for nis sig
nature and approval, and by him duly
signed and approved tbis 13th day of
July, 1903. Dennis A. Burke,
Attest : Mayor.
E. B. Moden,
Clerk of Common Council.
Approved as to form i
E. E. Ellinwood,
First publication July 14.
A Lively Boxing Bout.
Tbe gentlemen's smoker given by
tbe At hlet icJClub at their club rooms
in the Dougherty ball Saturday nigbt
drew a targe crowd, standing room
eveu being in great demand. There
were two boxing bouts on the program
for tbe evening, the first one being
between two colored meu, Messrs.
Brown and Jackson. They were so
evenly matched that the honors were
declared to be even. The principal
bout of tbe evening was, however, a
very lively one, aud was the main
drawing card of the evening. The
principals in this event were McMa
bonand Dougherty. Mr. McMahon is
the regular instructor for the club and
was therefore tbe favorite of a large
portion of tbe audience, as he is very
popular with tbe members of the
club. The event was a ten round go
and after the first two or three rounds
it seemed as if McMabon was out
matched as his opponent was consid
erably heavier but was no match for
him in way of scientific work. Mc
Mahon worked a very clever trick on
his opponent which saved bim tbe
day. He saw that he could not stand
and make an eveu match with bim so
he let Dougherty do most of tbe box
ing and he devoted his atteution to
dodging and saving his strength till
tbe ninth round when be went after
his mau in a manner that fairly set
the bouse wild and put bim out in
lata than half a round. Tbe audience
was well pleased with the result of
the bout aud it is asid to be the live
liest one ever given in tbe city.
TO CURE A GOLD IN OXE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's
signature is on each box. 25c.
PLACEK MINK AND
TOOLS FOR SALE.
Owing to long continued illness aud
a very critical couditiou I am unwill
ingly obliged to sell all my interests
in my placer claims, aud one good
quartz ledge. Will sell water rights,
reservoir .sites, horses, harness, two
good wagons, a
good rond enrt and
stove, camping oot
repair and carpenter
tools, powder, rope,
fuse, forge timbers and lumber to fin
ish present undertakings, air pipes,
ladders and other things too numerous
to mention: also about twenty dol
lars worth of provisions if taken soon.
Only Kli'i for every thing I own ex
cept truuk, clothes and books. Tbis
is less than half value of tools, etc.,
offered, and fcSXM) less than I ever ex
pected to take.
You can not lose aud may strike a
fortune, with an almost certainty of
finding wages indefinitely. I grew up
iu the California placer mines, and
think I kuow. Every thing ready to
go to work, no need to lose a day.
Just the thiug for two or three good
workers, or parties desiring to make a
small investment for great possibili
ties. 1 may give au option for a half
Remember ouly ?"t-Jo for everything.
Address Henry Uohrmau, care O. K,
btore, I'rescott. Arizona.
THE FOUXDATIOX OF HEALTH.
Nourishment is tbe foundation of
health.life streugth. Kodol Dyspep
sia Cure is the one great medicine
that enables tbe stomach and digestive
organs to digest, assimilate and trans
form all food info the kind of blood
that nourishes the nerves aud
feeds the tissues. Kodol lays the foun
dation for health. Nature does tbe
rest. Indigestion, dyspepsia, and all
disorders of the stomach and digestive,
organs are cured by tbe use of Kodol.
Sold by Hrisley Drug Co., Corbiu Jfc
A VERY CLOSE CALL.
"I stuck to my engine, although
every joint ached and every nerve was
racked with pain," writes C. W. Bel
lamy, a locomotive fireman, of Bur
lington, Iowa. "I was weak and
pale, without any appetite and all
run down. As 1 was about to give
up, I got h bcttle of Electric Bitters,
and after taking it, 1 felt as well as I
ever did iu my life." Weak, sickly,
ruu down people always gain new life,
streugth and vigor from their use.
Try tbem. Satisfaction guaranteed
by all druggists. Price 50 ceuts.
JUOT ABOUT BEDTIME
take a Little Inly Riser it will cure
constipation, billious-ness aud liver
troubles. DeWitt's Little Early Ris
ers are ditterent from other pills.
They do not gripe and break dowu the
mucous membranes of the stomach,
liver aud bowels, but cure by geutly
arousing the secretions ami giving
streugth to those orgaux. Sold by
Brisley Drug Co., Corbin A Hork.
Department of the interior.
Uuited States land office, Prescott.
Arizona. June Ul litrj.
Xotiee is hereby giveu that plats of
the surveys of the following towu
sbips. viz: township IS north ranges
, ' 7 and 8 east, township It! n,
ranges 5, t) aud 7 east (iia and Salt
river base aud meridian Arizona, have
beeu received at this office aud will
lie officially filed July 15, 1903, on
and after which date we will lie pre
pared to receive and act on applica
tions to make entries iu said town
ships. J. M. W. Moore, Fen S. Hildreth,
SCRIPr FOR SALE.
Tbe undersigned offers for sale
forest reserve script in 10, 80 and 1150
acre tracts, or any other amounts.
For prices and particulars apply or
address. Alfred Ruiz.
:1 Bank of Arizcna Building, Pres
Bate does general viewing work, tf
Articles of Ixcorporation
Mixes Company, Limited.
This is to certify that, by resolution duly
and legally passed by the stockholders of
the Tombstone Consolidated Mines Com
pany, Limited, at a meeting duly and legal
ly called and held at Prescott. Arizona,
April 6. 1903. the said Articles of Incorpora
tion were changed and altered in following
respect, to-wit :
Article III of said Articles of Incorpora
tion was amended to read as follows:
"Article III. The principal efflce of the
Company shall be at Tomb-tone, in the
county of Cochise, Territoryoi Arizona, and
the corporation shall have such branch
offices, either within or without the Terri
tory of Arizona, as may be hereafter estab
lished by the Board of Directors, at which
offices meetings of the Board of Directors
may be held."
In witness whereof the corporation has
caused its corporate name to be attached
and its corporate seal to be affiled to dupli
cates hereof, by its president, attested by its
secretary this 10th day of April. If03.
The Tombstone Consolidated Mines Com
Seal E. B. Gage, President.
Henry M. Robinson. Secretary.
Territory of Arizona, I
County of Cochise.
Before me, A. N. Oage, a notary public in
and for said county, on this day personally
appeared E. B. Gage, known to me to be
the person whose name is subscribed to the
foregoing instrument, and acknowledged to
me that he executed the same for the pur
pose and consideration therein expressed,
and further that as president of The Tomb
stone Consolidated Mines Company. Limit
ed . he acknowledged the execution of the
instrument as the free act and deed of such
corporation by hi i voluntarily executed.
Given under my hand and seal of office
this 10th day of April, A. D. 1903.
Notarial Seal A . N. Gage.
My commission expires the 1st day of
May. A. D. 1906.
First publication May IX t6W
Survey No. 163B.
Notice of Application for flineral
Patent No. 604.
U. S. Land Office, Prescott, Ariz., I
March 14. 1903. '
Notice is hereby given that the Groom
Creek Gold Mining company, a corporation,
as the grantee of W .P. Rice, by its attorney-in-fact.
E. M. Sanford. will make appli
cation for a patent for the following named
and described minina claims situate in the
Hassaynmpa mining district. Yavapai conn-
tv. Arizona, and described bv the official
olat herewith posted, and by the Held not
on tile in the office of the Register of the
Land Office, Prescott. Arizona, as follows,
NEW YEAR'S TEST.
Beginning at corner No 1, whence cor to
sees 25. 26, 35. :. twp 13 u. r 2 w bears s t-2
deg 30 niin w 9K30 feet ; thence s 6 deg 3
min w 1488.7 ft to cor No 2: s 8! deg 22 min
e 300 ft to S C E mon and 600 f t to cor No3:
north 6 dec 3 min e 188.7 ft to cor No 4 : n
89 deg 22 min w 300 f t to N C E mon and 600
ft to place of beginning.
Beginning at cor No 1 identical with cor
No t of New Y' ear's Test : thence n 5 deg 31
min w 1330 ft to cor No 2 : 1 89 deg 22 mm e
300 ft N C E mon and 600 ft to cor No 3; 1 5
deg 31 min e l:H0 ft to cor No 4 : n 89 dec 22
min w 300 f t to S C E mon and 600 ft to place
Beginning at cor No 1, whence wid sees
cor bears s 62 deg 44 min w 3!04ft; thence
s 89 deg 22 miue300ft to S C E mon and
600 ft to cor No 2: n 9 deg 15 min w 1241 ft
to cor No 3 : n W deg 22 min w 300 ft to N C
E mon and 4(10 ft to cor No 4;s 9 deg 15 min
a 1241 ft to place of beginning.
Beginning at cor No 1. whence said sees
cor bears s 81 deg 40 min w 334.2 ft : thence
s 89 deg 22 min e 200 ft to N C E mon and
400 ft to cor No 2 ; s 6 deg 3 min w 1488.7 ft
to cor No 3 ; n 89 dog 22 min w 150 f t to S C
E mon and 300 ft to cor No 4 : thence n 1 deg
12 min e 14tC.6ft to place of beginning.
Beginning at cor No 1. identical with 'curs
No. 1-4 of the Molly and Pearl lodes: thence
s 89 deg 22 min e 200 ft to S C E mon and
400 ft to cor No 2: n 5 hfttmfo l.tifl f- ..
cor Xo3; n SOdcs -"J mio It tn Ni l:
mon and 150 ft to cor No 4; s 5 deg 17 min
w 1327 ft to place of beginning.
Beginning at cor No 1. whence said sees
cor bears a 80 d. c 15 min w 2797 ft: thence
s 8 deg 14 min c IVYl ft to cor No 2: s89 des
22 mine 170 ft n.-.r No 3. identical with
cor No 4. Molli wtrcy: n 2 deg 12 min e
1482.6 ft to cor No 4: :heuee 11 80 deg 22 miu
W220.8 ft to N C E men and 441.6ft to place
Beginning at cor No 1, whence said sec
cor bears s 88 deg 40 min w 2814.6 ft : thence
n 64 deg 2 min e 315 ft to S t" E mon ;:nd 630
ft to cor No 2: n 7 deg .45 min 40 ft to cor
No 3: s 64 deg 2 min w 315 ft to N C E mon
and 630 ft to cor No 4 : s 7 deg 35 min e 840
ft to place of beginning.
Beginning at cor No 1, whence said sees
cor bears n 85 deg 7 min w 2257.7 ft : thence
n 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 600 ft to
cor No 3: a 8 deg 14 mine 625 ft to cor No 4;
s 84 dtg 49 min w 300 ft to SO E mon and
600 ft to place of beginning.
Beginning at cor No 1. whence said sees
cor bears s 79 deg 8 min w 2321 .5 f t : thence
n 84 deg 40 min e 340 ft to SCE mon and
680 ft to cor 110 2 : n 24 deg 58 min e 529.8 ft
to cor No 3; n 8 deg 28 min c 000 ft to cor
No 4; 8 84 deg 40min w 310 ft to X CE mon
and 620 ft to cor No 5: s 7 deg 5s mm w 712
ft to cor No 6 ; s 24 dig 58 aajaj w 750 ft to
place of beginning.
Beginning at cor No 1 whence said sees
cor bears s 72 deg 57 min tv BMJJ ft : thence
n 11 deg 1 min w 271 ft to cor No 2 : n 1 deg
10 min w 1016 ft to cor No u 57 deg 4Smin
e300 ft to N C E mon and 600 ft to cor No 4 :
s 1 deg 10 min e 1016 ft to cor No 5: s 11 deg
1 min e 271 ft to cor no 6: s 57 dea 48 min w
300 ft to S C E Mon and 600 ft to'place of be- I
Var i4 deg e
ADJOINING CLAIMS ARE;
t'cw Y ears Test N. Alma. E. Dora, sur
vey No 1549; S. Excelsior. W. Molly. Alma
N. Moscow. E. Millsite (unknown and un
surveyed 1. S. New Y'cars Test. W. Wonder.
Moscow N. Keystone. E. Sti niwinder. S.
Aimu. W. unknown and unsnrveyed. Molly
N. Wonder. Irish Girl.E. New Years Test.
S. Xyster. W. Pearl. Wonder N. Why Not.
E. Alma. S. Molly. W. Irish Girl. Why Not.
Pearl N. Irish Girl. E. Molly. S. Xyster
Fr.. W. Ninety-five, survey No. 1567. Little
Giant. Irish Girl N. Why Not. E. Won
der. S. Pearl. Molly. W. Little Giant. Lit
tle Giant N. Why Not. E. Irish Girl. Pearl.
S. Ninety Five, survey 1567. W. Douelvs No.
2, survey No. 1569. Why Not N. unknown
and unsurvcyed, E. Wonder. Irish Girl. S.
Irish Girl, Little Giant. W. Douglas No. 2.
survey No. 1569. Carlo. Carlo N. unknown
and unsurveyed, E. Why Not.S. Why Not.
Douglas No. 2. survey No. 1569. W. Douglas
No. 2, Survey No, 1569 and unknown and
Hew Years Tesi. less conflict
Dora, survey No. 1549
Little Giant, less conflict
Douehis No. 2. survey 1560
Carlo, less conflict with Douglas Ni
No. 2, survey No 1569
Total areu 124.ui ;
Said eroun of cluims lies iu midsections;
25 and :6.
The course aud leneth of the lodes are j
from N. C. E. to S. I'. E.of each claim. "(
cept the Why Not. nu.s from N. C. E. s 8 I
deg 13 min w Ml.' ft : thence ii5o ft to SCE:
aud Pearl, run-from N 0 E s I deg 30 min
e 775 ft : thence 715 ft toi'or No. 3.
The notices of location are recorded in
the Minine Record.- in the office of the
County Recorder of Yavapai County. Ari
zona, as follows :
Moscow 33 50
Why Not :t! 52
Alma 33 54
Little Giant 46 92
New Years Test 47 1C
Pearl 53 4.3
Molly m 464
Carlo 56 60
Wonder 56 581
Irish Girl 59 135
Any aud all ihtsous --'aiming adversely j
any portion of said lodes or surface eround
or any pwi unrein, mi- icijiiiitj o me
their adverse claims with the Rcgist- r of thi
U. S. Land Office at Prescott. Arizona, dur
ing the 60 days period of publication hereof
as thereafter all adverse claims will be
Fen S. Hildreth.
First publication Mar. 18. 19:.
Go to ttreenhill's in Iwlir block
tor Soda aud ice cream.
MINE WARNING NOTICES!
NORTHERN BELL AND JUPITER.
Notice is hereby given that the undersign
ed is the owner of the Northern Bell and
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 during
the time said property is being wurkd under
lease and bond. C. O. BROCHl.
September 4, 1902.
BIG BUG SMELTER.
Notice is hereby given that the George
A. Treadwell Copper Company has leased
the Boggs mines, smelter and pipe line, and
-ti.it the undersigned will in no way be re
sponsible for debts contracted in operating
COMMERCIAL MINING CO..
J. S. Douglas, Agent.
October 27. 1899.
Notice is hereby given that the McNary
uiinse, located in the Copper Basin mining
district, is uow being worked under a bond
and lease, ana the owners of said property
nor the property itself, will not be respon
sible for any debts contracted against said
property during the time of said bond.
R. C. McNary,
S. C. Wynsoop.
Prescott. Arizona, June 1. 1903.
Notice is hereby given that the Silver Belt
mine, located in the Agua Pria Mining Dis
trict, is now being workid under bond and
tease, and the owners of said property nor
the property itself, will not be responsible
for any debts contracted against said prop
erty during the time of said bond.
MRS. F. BASHFORD,
j Prescott, Arizona, May 22. 1901.
Prescott. Ariz.. Jan. 31, 1503.
To Joe Gildner His Heirs aud Ac
signs: Yon are hereby notified that I have
expended during; the year 1902 one
hundred dollars ($100) in labor and
improvements upon the Pennant
Fraction claim, situate in Hassay
ampa mining district. County of Yav
apai. Territory of Arizona, the notice
of location whereof is of record in tho
office of tbe County Recorder in book
47 of mines. pa$e 172. mining; records
of Yavapai county. Arizona, in order
to hold said claim under the pro
visions of section 2324 of the Revised
Statutes of the United States, and the
amendments thereto concerning; an
nual labor upon mining; claims, it be
ing the amount required to hold said
c'aim for the period ending Decem-
I Der !, lJtr.
Aud ll. within
ninety (90) days
from the personal service of this no
tice or within ninety (90) days after
the publication hereof you fail or re
fuse to contribute your proportion of
said expenditure as co-owner your in
terest iu the' said tnininsr claim will
I become the property cf the subscriber,
your co-owner, who has matle the re
quired expenditure by toe terms of
said section 2324.
THOX AS J. LAIRD.
First publication Jan. 31, 1903.
Firt Pub. Journal-Miner Mar. 25.
in the United States Land Office at
In the matter of application for patent for
Copper" and ombine" lode mining
claim, situated iu Big Bug mining district.
Y'avapai County. Arizona.
MINERAL APPLICATION. NO. 611.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION OF BIG BCG
GOLD AND COWER MINING COM
PANY. A CORPORATION, FOR UNITED
Notice is henby given thut the Big Bug
Gold and Copper Mining Company, a cor
IKiratioii organized and existing under and
by virtue of the laws of the Territory of
Arizona, by Thomas C. Job, its attorney in
fact, whose postoffice address is Prescott.
V ri.ona. and who is a citizen of the United
I States, iuteuds to make application for. and
j is applying for a Cuited States miuenil it
! eat for ihe "t"oper" and "Combine" lode
Minimi claim, being Mineral Survey u. :
I 1745 .situate tu bit? Bug ininintf district.
j County ot avupai. territory 01 Arizona.
said mining claim covering 3000 linear feet
I of the said "Copiier" and "Combine" lode
I with - - : id of 600 teet in width.
bear:. : . ! ! -"'.-. c.-etw-r and other valu
able ai rt. -. aad ban I more fully de
scribed by the official plat aud Held notes
thereof on tile in the United States land
office at I'rescott. Arizona, and as hetein
below sit forth, to-wit:
SURVEY NO 1745. COPPER LODE.
Beginning at Cor. No. 1. ideutical with N.
W. Cor. of loc. a potphyTy stone. 5x12x24
ins. set 1 ft. in the ground, alongside a
monument of stone, 3x3 ft., stone marked
I C. No. 1-174.": a X on a porphyry ri-ck in!
place, marked B. R.OX0. 1-1745. brs. N.
42 deg. 10 miu.. E. SJ 3 Tt : a X on a por
I phyry rock in place, ea.rkcd B. R. C. No.
1-1745 brs. S. 51 deg. 5 lain. W. 51.1 ft.: C.
i S. L. M. No. 4-1245 B. B. D. brs. N. 79 deg.
52 min. W. 6239 ft. Thence S. 9 deg. :
min. . var. 1 1 deg. jo 11. to . si c
mon . 1500 ft. to cor No 2. which is also
cor. No. 1. Combine lede of this survey,
identical with cor. loc. Thence S. 6 detr.
E. var. 14 deg. E. :.00 ft. to S. C. E.. which
is also the N. C. E. of the 'ombine lode of
this survey. 600 ft. to cor. No. .!. which is
also cor. No. 4. Combine lode of this survey,
identical with cor. of loc. Thence N. 9deg.
30 min. E var. 14 deg. E. 750 ft. to E. side
mon.. 1500 ft. to cor. No. 4,, identical with
loc. Thence N. 68 deg. W. var. 14 dee. E.
301) ft. to the N. C. E., identical with loc..
600 ft. to cor. No. 1. the place of beginning
survey of exterior boundaries
v 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.
D. brs. N. 66 deg. 23 n.in. W. 64.T3 ft
Thence S. 22 deg. W. var. 14 dee. E. 750 ft.
to W. side mon.. 1100 ft. to Big Bug creek,
course E. width 75 ft.. 1500 ft. to cor. No. 2.
identical with loc. Thence S. 8 deg. E
var. 14 dee. E. 300 ft. to S. C. E. identical
with loc 600 ft. to cor. No. 3. identical ith
loc. Thence N. 22 deg. E. var. 14 deg E.
Stnft. toBig Bug erees, .coarse h.. width
75 ft., 750 ft. to E. side mon.. 1500 ft. to cor.
No. 4. which is also cor. No. 3, Copper lode
. .' tl - . a Koto Th.
N. 68 deg. W.'var. 14 deg. E. .TOO ft. to the
N. C. E . which is also the S. C. E. of Copper
lode of this survey, mon. described above
600 ft. to cor. No. 1. the place of beginning
survey of exterior boundaries.
Copper f ode 20.172 acres.
Combine Lode 20.661 acres.
Total area lode claim. 40.833 acres.
This claim is located on 'insarveyed landy
approximately in T. 11 N.. K. 1. E.. G. A S.
K. M. in Bie Bug mining listrict. Yavapai
County. Arizona and is oounded on the
. , . 1 . e 1 ! . .. 1 1
norm, east auu souin uy i uucu sum - iitnu.
on the west by "Stone Chimney" and i
"Apache Chief lodes, unsurveyed.
Copiier vein extends from dis. shaft N. 0
deg. 30 min. E. 141 ft., and S. 0 deg. :
miu. M . 100 ft
Combine vein extends from dis. mon. N.
22 dig. E. :J ft. and 22 deg. W. 1200 ft.
NOTICE OF LOCATION.
The notice of bullion of each of said
claims is recorded iu the office of the re
corder of Yavapai County. Arizona, iu the
books of mimsi hereinbelow set oposite
their resiective names, to wit:
(Vpper lode claim iu book 52. at pae 96.
Combine lode claim in bixik 52. at imee07.
Anynnda'l nrsous claim ng adversely
the minine ground, or any portion thereof.;
so described, surveyed and platted aud up
pliid for. an- hereby not'hed that unless!
their adverse clain sare duly tiled with the
register of the land office during the next I
sixty days publication heriiif. they will be
barred by virtue of the statuO1 in such cases I
Dated May 25. I!t.
KEN S. HILDRETH.
Register of land office at Prescott. Arizona
First publication May 27. l!tl W.
Final pahlication July 29. 1903.
Prescott. Ariz . Jan. 31. 1903
To J. F. Smith, his Heirs and Assigns:
You are hereby notified that I have cx
dended during the year lOIr.' one hundred
dollars ($100) iu labor and improvements
upon the Virginia mining claim, situate iu !
aVsaaaaaaaa minine district, county of Ya- !
vaai. and territory of Arizona, the notice
of location whereof is of record in the office .
oi 1 he county re order in hi ok 62 of mines, j
pug-- t'-ti. mining records of Yavapai county. ;
Arizona, in order to hold said claims under I
tn. provisions of
etion 2324 of the revised
statutes of the I nited Mates, and the .
a endments thereto concerning annual
labor on mining 1-laiu1S.it hi iug the amount j
rc.uir.d to hold said claim for the period !
ending December 31. 1903.
And if, within ninety (90) days from the j
personal sen ic of this notice or within
ninety (90) days after the blieation here
of you fail or refuse to contribute your pro- 1
IMM til in of said expenditun-s as.co-owner
your interest in thi -aid mining claim will
become Ihe property of the subscriber, your
avovvmr, who h made tht required ex- j
penditure by the terms of said section 2324.
P. M. SENTENEY.
First publication. April. 15.1903.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
Prescott. Arizona. July 1. 1903.
To Linden L Gregory. His Heirs, Executors
or Assigns :
Yon are hereby notified that I have ex
pended $400 in labor aud improvements up
on the Ohio Kid and Jewel mining claims
for annual labor and improvements upon
said mining claims in order to hold said
mining clairhs under the provisions of Sec
tion 2:524 oT the Ri vised Statutes of the
United States and the amendments thereto
concerning annual labor upon mining
claims, it hulng the amount required to hold
said claims for the eriod ending December
31. 1901 and 190?: both of the above named
claims being situate in Hassnyan.pa mining
district. Yavapai couuty. Arizona Territory,
the Ohio Kid location notice neiuii of record
in book 4o. of Mines, pug- s .'i-7..':. and the
Jewel being of record in hook 45 of Mines.
IMges "ilT "Js. records of Yavapai county.
And if. -.vithin ninety i!ii days from the
personal service of this notice, or within
inety 90, days after the publication here
of, you fail or refuse to contribute your
proportion of said expenditure as co owner,
your interest in the said mining claims will
become the property of the subscriber, a
co-owner, who has n ade the -quired ex
penditure by the terms of said Section Sili.
William S. Reynolds.
First publication July 1. 1903. D
Articlks of Ixcorporation
Bradshaw Mouxtaix Cop
per Mixing and Smelt
Know All M--n By Tnese I're.-ents. that
we. the undeniiened. do hereby associate
onrselvea toeether fflr the purpose of form
ing a corporation under the laws of the Ter
ritory of Arizona, and to that end do certify
aud declare :
, aaataaa 1.
The names of the incorporators are John
R. Allen, of .v-v York City: M. .1. Hoxie, of
Chicago. Illinois: Andrew F Burleieh. of
New York City, aud John R. Hoxie. of Chi
cago. Illinois, and the name of the corpora
tion shall be the "Bradshaw Mountain Cop
per Mining and Smelting Company."
The princi;l place of transacting busi
ness and the registen-d office of the corpora
tion in Arizona shall ! at Prescott. Yava
pai coucty. Arizona, and the corporation
may have such other offices, either within or
without the Territory if Arizona as may be
established from time to time by the buard
of directors, at which offices iiKi-tiuos of
the board of directors and stockholders may
The general nature of the business pro
posed to be transacted by this corporation
is as follows, to-wit:
A general prospectiug. mining, smelting
and retiuiug bu-iue.-s. in their widest and
fullest scope iu Arizona, mil elsewhere, and
to engage iu any and every other lawful
business which may h- i..vpirj-. useful,
convenient, or contribute to the same, in
the opinion of the b jurd of directors.
The authorized amount of capital stock
of this corporation shall he ten million
( $10,000,000) dollars, divided into one mil
lion 1 1.000.000 1 shares of the par value of
en ($10) dollars each. At such time as the
board of directors, by resolution, direct, the
said capital stock .-ha!! be paid into this cor
poration, either iu cash, services, or by the
sale and transfer to it of real or personal
property for the uses and ourpo.- of said
corporation, iu payment for u nicnashares of
the capital stock of slid corporation may
be issued, aud the capital stoc!t so issued
shall thereupon and thereby become and be
fully paid up and non ast-essible. end in the
absence of actual fraud in the tmnnartim
the judgment of the directors is to tb value
of the property purchased sluill be 0 inclu
sive. ARTICLE IV.
The time of the comnuncoment of this
I corporation shall be the date ot the tiling of
xnese Articles 01 incorporation in ine oruce
of the Audi or ol Arizona, and the termina
tion thereof aaall fa : . euty-tive years there
after. ARTICLE V.
The affairs of this corporation shall be
conducted by a board of seven directors,
and the following nanud shall constitute
the board of directors until their successors
arc electi d :
John K. Allen, of New York City.
M. J. Hoxie. of Chicago. Illinois.
(i. VV. Middleton. o' l're-eott. Arizona.
Andrew F. Burleigh, of New York City.
George P. Humphrey, of Hastin's-on Hud
son. New York.
Gilbert H. Hoxie. of Chicago, Illinois.
Henry K. Good, of Xeu York City.
Therenff. r he board -f .':r. ef. r. shall be
elected uieiltuU Iroui utiloe.J the -lockhold-ct
011 the first Monday of Apr-1 iu each sue
ceeding year tx-gimiiug on the tirst Monday
of April. 1904. The officers of said corpora
tion, until their successors are elect d. shall
John R. Allen President
G. W. Middleton First Vice-President
Gilbert H. Hoxie . Second Vice-President
George P Humphrey Secretary "
Charles H. Stave Assistant-Secretary
Henry F. Good... Treasurer
John F. Hemenway Assistant-Treasurer
Thomas G. Norris. of lresc jtt. a bona tide
resident of Arizona for ove three years, is
the agent of the corporation upon whom
ma) be served al! 1.0 ices and processes, in
cludine services of a .s. The board of
directors n ay. ho wever, at any time, ap
point any other ag nt at its liscretion. and
change thtjjgime from time to time.
The highest amount of indebtedness or
liability. direct or i-ontinsent. to v. hich this
corporation sir:!! be at any time subject,
hall be six million six hundred and sixty
six thousand six hundred aud sixty-six
66-100 1 i.ni;.6: 1 dollars, which amount
does uot exceed two-thirds of the capital
Tile private property of the stockholders
of this corporation -JjalJ b.- , xempt from its
corporate debts of any kind vv hatsoevor.
In witness wja-rcof ve h ive her -unto set
our hands and seals this 7th day of June.
John R Allen. ! Seal I
M. I. Hoxie. Seall
Andrew F. Burleigh, Seal
John ti. H..ic. Seal
Staba of New York. 1
County of New York, t
On this 27th day of June, in the year 1903.
before me. Georue '. Hmpphrcy. 1 r.-aary
public in and for the State and county
aforesaid, residmg therein, duly commis
sioned and sworn, personally appeared John
R. Allen. M. J. Hoxie. And ret F. Burleigh
and John R. Hoxie, known to me t Be the
persons described in whose names are sub
scribed to and who executed the annexed
instrument, and they acknowledged to me
that they e.cn'ed the sa: 10 for the purposes
and considerations therein expressed.
In witness whereof I havi hi rem. to set
my hand i-.ud i.flix I 1 BJ . .r ial a!, at my
office in the suid Sute and county, the day
and year last above written.
Seal! Geo. P. Humphrey.
Notary Public. Westchesier 'ounty.
Certificate Hied New York Couuty.
My commission expires March 25. 19 '5.
First publication July 9.
in Prescott for all kinds ot MACHINE
WORK. Lt me know your wants.
Mine and Mil! Machmcn a specialty.
Special repair agent tor Nahoat! Cash
Registers and Bo-rough-; Adding Machines-
w o j jt ,
TI LI ON'S
2i7W. tiurtcv Strrvt
Monev to Loan
On Prescott Realty.
First Mortgage Only
30, 60, 90-day loans on gocd
Address. "MONEY. "
Care Journal Miner Office.