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THE LOCAL NEWS.
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...CITY AND COUNTY
From Saturday's Dai.
B. W. Zachua left this morning for
a visit to Los Angeles,
Prank Scopel was a passenger this
morning for Los Angeles.
Denutv Sheriff rieisler
was able to
be at the office again this afternoon.
Wm. Claypool returned last even
ing from a business trip to California.
F. L "Wright went to Los Angeles
this morning on importaut business.
He will be absent about two weeks.
Miua !. one of Prescott's new
teachers, will sing a solo at the Ma
rina street M. E. church tomorrow.
There is some talk of a brewery be
ing Duilt in Prescott, Several of our
leading citizens are said to be inter
ested in the project.
Two Mexicans were arrested by Dep
uty Sheriff Ruiz last night for light
ing and were fined fJO a piece this
morning by Justice Talbot.
Harry Cooper, the man arrested
near Martinez on an insanity charge
a few davs ago. was examined
probate judge this afternoon and com
mitted to the asylum.
The Baptist Sunday school went out
to the Duke ranch this morning to en
joy a day's outing among the trees.
A good crowd of very happy little
people made up the party.
Among the outgoing passengers this
morning were: Mrs. B. Geiger, Lead
MtU P.iln A. W. Xicklin. San
Diego: Mrs. X. Hale. Kingman:;
Clinton Rogers, San Diego.
Dave Berry, of Lynx creek. as at - ;
rested this week for branding horses
that did not belong to him. and is be- j
ing examined this afternoon iu Ju;
tioe Talbot's court before a jury ou j
The regular monthly dividend of "
cents per :hare will be paid by the
Debenture Surety Co. at its office. :124 j
Bialto building. Sau Francisco. Cali-j
fornia. ou Septemliei ltb. lransier
books close Sept. 12.
P. L. Kidd of the Prescott hat j
works who has been at Jerome for the
past ten days writes that he will be
back at Prescott tonight and will be
at his bench at the works 218 W. Gur
ley street. Mouday.
J. W. Kraemer, city ticket agent for
the S. F. P. A P.. has been giveu a
few weeks vacation and will spend
some time visiting iu the east. J.
Drohan. of Seligmau. Mo., will as
sist in the Postal office during his ab
sence. A Philadelphia Sunday school
teacher told her pupils that con
science is "something within yoi:
that tells you when you have done
wroug." aud the worst boy in tl
class said he felt it after st..liug
A arty of young ladies oonsi sttag
of Misses Emmert. Frederick and
Meany. went to the Grand C.iuyou
in special car Xinety Eight this
morning. They were accomi unit I
by H. J. Emmert who went along us
guide and protector.
U. S. Marshal M. H. McCon! -an m
up from Phenix this morning t take
charge of Ye Lee. the Chinaman ar
rested at Crown King a few days ago.
He was arraigned before U. S. Com
missioner Forest this afternoon and
time for examining into the case set
for Sept. '28.;
Supt. Mark Bradley, of the Lion
Mining company, came in last eveu
ing from the Cherry creek section.
He says the company is ready to start
up their property again just as soon
as the labor troubles are all settled
up. He says there are other com
panies in that section in the same fix.
Cbas. H. Parker, representing the
Dixie Tailoring coniauy, one of the
largest institutions in the city of Ohi
cago.arrived from the north last even-
ine aud bas oeuexl his samples of
suitings at the Prescott Hotel, and
invites the gentlemen of Prescott to
call aud see them. He has an an
uouucemeut in this issue.
The sale of good things to eat which
was held in the front of Smith's meat
market this aferuoou. proved to lie a
very successful affair, and many of
our people improved this opportunity
to get their little extras for their Sun
day dinners, ami at the sauie time
materially aided the ladies oi tiie W.
C. T. U. who conducted the sale. The
success of this sale may prompt the
ladies to hold these sales in the fu
ture. Mis.- Helen Adams left this morn
ing for Flagstaff where she will enter
the territorial normal school. Misses
Mableaud Maude Xorris accomiauied
Miss Adams as far as Flagstaff where
they will visit with friends until
Tuesday wheu they will be joined by
Mrs. Xorris who will accompany the
young ladies to their respective i
schools iu the east. Miss Maude will i
enter the Xational Park Seminary at
Washington. D. C
will enter Smith's
, and Miss
C. W. Piatt came up from Kirkland
this moruiug to make arrangements
for taking bis wife borne iu a few
days. Mrs. Piatt has had a terrible
siege of sickness the past few months
and several weeks ago underwent a
most delicate and tryiUK surgical op
eration, which kept her ou the table
for over three hours, but the opera
tion was most successful and she has
made a splendid recovery and aside
from being in a rather weakened cou- j
.lit ion is now well again. The many
frieuds of Mr. ami Mrs. Piatt will lie
very glad to know of this.
The eutertaiiimeut which was re- j
ceutly arranged to be given for flu
benefit of tbe free reading room, but
which was ostpouel till some future
date, has now been sef for Fii.lav
evening, Sept. 18. iu Odd Fellows
haU. The orchestra will assist, aud'
this, combined with the help of quite
a iiuuilier of tbe best musicians of tbe
city aud tbe patriotic views which
will be given with the large elcetrical j
stereoplicou. ought to provide a very
excellent eveuiug's entertainment. ;
Considering that tbe cause is so good i
a one there should be a liberal pat - j
rouage by the citizens of Prescott.
Charles ;)ddard and Ira I'nlliaiii.
both known to be among our most en- ,
ergetic and hustling young bu-iness,
men. have formed a co partnership in.
tbe transfer ami drayage business un
der the name of the Arizona DM and
Transfer company. Tbey have ar
ranged with the railroad company tor
tbe exclusive right on the trains to
gather up checks from the passengers I
and also to check baggage at the i
homes of parties intending to travel.
This will be a great convenience to
(he traveling public and ought to be
quite a good thing for these gentlemen
from a business standpoint. It cer
tuiuly indicates that the new tirm in
tends to go after the business in their
line. Tbey will have a man on every
train entering Prescott.
F-rom .lonaav's Daily.
Mrs. T. X. Wlui m was a passenger
tMt morning for Kansas City.
Joe .Mayer came in from the flour
ishing little mining city of Mayer this
Dr. McXally aud family bare gone
to San Francisco for a short visit with
friends and relatives.
Deputy iihentl ma came over
from Jerome yesterday to wituess the
sports at the ra:e track.
Deputy Organizer (Sates will have
a class of about twenty to initiate in
the A. O. I'.W. lodge tomorrow night.
John Burke, sou of Mayor Burke,
left this morning for Los Angeles
where he will enter the St. Vincent's
Geo. P. Harrington, the pioneer
mining man of the Bradshaws, spent
Saturday and Sunday in Prescott re
turning borne today.
lit ioi t.- from different points iu the
territory are to the effect that oattle
are in better condition this year than
they have been for many years.
J. C. Hank in returned this morning
from Peoria. Arizona, where he spent
Sunday with his wife. He expects to
leave for Chicago iu a short time.
B. Shoope. who arrived here a few
days ago from Albion, Michigan, with
some stock for the post surgeon at
Whipple, left for his home in Albion
l his morning.
Attorney L H. Chalmers, of Phe
nix. weut through this morning to
Ash Fork to meet bis family who are
let lulling from California where tbey
sjieut the heated season.
Dave Berrv. who was tried before a
; jury in Justice Talbot's .court Satur
! day afteruoon on a charge of illegally
; lirauding a horse belonging to Cbas.
: lieuuett. was acquitted.
( ne of the heaviest raius that has
takcu place in years is reported to
have fallen in the Bradshaws last
week. The water ran down the moun
tain sides iu perfect torrents.
Ouie Tabor, who has been working
at the great Iron King mine for sev
eral ironths. on the carpenter force.
-pent Sunday at borne in Prescott, !
returuiug to the miue this afternoon.
Last week the corner stone for the
new Elks building in Kingman was
laid with imposing ceremonies. Ibe
building will be a very pretty one and
v. iM r Meet great credit on the Elks of
1 v uty third annual Xew Mexico
U..l:orial fair, Albuquerque. X. M.,
C: er 12th to l.tb inclusive. licK-
ci : on sale uctooer h to nui inclu
sive, good returning October 10th.
Fare 13.70 round trip.
r.T (Governor Louis Wolfley arrived
in Hiescott last evening from Chicago
v.bcrc be has been for some time in
(lie interest of the Climax Gold com
pany. He drove out to the property
. i Ube couipauy tnis afternoon.
There was a short session of the
district court this morning in which
several cases were set for hearing this
week. The Treadwell case iu which
the Buster mine figures, will be taken
up in the morning at 9:30.
Frederick S. Xave, United States
attorney, is authority for the state
ment that the suit instituted against
Judge Davis. Associate Justice of the
Supreme Court, will probably be dis
posed of at Los Angeles early in Oc
tober. The smoker aud entertaiuuieut
given by the Prescott athletic club iu
Dougherty hall Saturday evening, was:
a very enjoyable affair. There were
three or four boxiug bouts, athletic
performances and music by the color
.las. Kiaemer left for California this
niorniug where be expects to spend a
few days before going east on his visit
with relatives in Kansas City and Chi
cago. "Dock" Stone is now manipu
lating the ticket agent's punch in the
up town office in the Hotel Burke.
The date for the musical recital to
lie given by Mrs. May Zuck Fine at
the Odd Fellows hall, has been set for
Friday evening. September SSu She
will be assisted by some of the best
musical talent in the city and prom
ises her patrons an enjoyable even
ing. Thirty'flve tbousaud acres of rail
road lands witbin 'he San Francisco
i mountain forest reserve have been re-
conveyed by tbe Satta Fe railroad
compauy Into the reserve. This is the
Hrst lot of lands that has been offi
cially accepted by the government in
this reserve. Cocouiuo Sun.
Mrs I). Levy has begun work on a
handsome seven room two story cot
tage ou the lot just south of the John
sou house ou north Marina street.
The cottage is to be completed inside
of ten weeks aud will be occupied by
Prof. B.I). Billiughurst. superintend
ent of the Prescott public schools.
J. J. Sloau, oue of the prominent
officials of Chicago, who has been
spending several days here looking
over tbe mining interests of this coun
ty, left for Chicago yesterday morn-
' If. I ...... i . .1 (,, ,.,.. I u n H liAurr
stockholder in the Climax 'Gold com
pany operating a Hue looking proiier
ty ou (Quartz mountain. f
A young lady arrived at the C&rpot
this morning just as the uorth'"b'ound
passenger aws rounding the curfre and
getting under way. and she made snch
.i frantic effort to run down "tbe train
that the train men saw her aud stop
ped the train allowing her to get
aboard aud go her way rejoicing.
'I'h us was effort rewarded, as it us
Frank Trott. oue of the best known
citizens of the Salt river valley, hav
ing been water commissioner there
for many years, passed through Pres
cott this morning ou bis way to Balti
more and other eastern cities. He
will visit at his old home and combine
pleasure with busiuess. He was greet
ed at the depot by quite a rumber of
obi ftietids in Prescott.
Mrs. F. I!. Stewart receive! a tele
gram Saturday evening that her fath
er. Judge James Tripp, at Jackson,
Ohio. had been s'ricken with paralysis
:iinl was in a very critical condition.
She left ou yesterday's train for his
liedside and will remaiu there until
he either passes away or recovers from
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the stroke. As bar father is quite au
elderly mau and has been very active.
the chances are that be will have a
severe struggle. From the telegram
received, however, it would indicate
that he was conscious of bis condi
tion. Miss Xorma Fernwalt, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fernwalt, of this
city, was united in marriage to a gen
tleman by the name of W. E. Gib
bous, a trusted employe of the Union
Iron Works, of Sau Francisco, one
day last week, the happy event having
takeu place at Valleju, California.
Miss Fernwalt was one of the most
charming young ladies Jin Prescott,
aud her host of friends unite in wish
ing her unbounded joy iu life with
the companion of her choice.
Au agitatiou has been started iu
Pheuix to establish a separate school
for the colored children of that cily.
There are now about thirty colored
children attending the schools in that
city and the race question is assuming
a well defined shape. The question is
not a political one lj-.il is intended
to be for the best interests of the
schools, as the trouble between the
children themselves is seriously inter
fering with their work in the schools.
World's Fair Commissioner St.
Claire said yesterday that Arizona
had been allotted space tor her exhib
it iu the educational building at the
St. Louis fair next year. The location
is a most excellent oue. California
being a rich and powerful state and
with a good pull, secured about the
best possible location. Arizona being
next to it on the map, was assigned a
neat little place, but plenty large
enough, alongside California and near
to New Mexico and Arkansas. Re
publican. The weather has been simply ideal
in Prescott today, the severe blow hav
ing spent its fury. The cool bracing
mountain air makes a fellow feel like
t getting on a high perch and flapping
bis wings all but the summer widow
ers, and they don't have wings. Most
of them are too fly anyway. The hot
weather in Phenix is also said to le
moderating considerably and people
are coming home from their summer
vacations in droves, most of them
poorer but oooler.
Saturday morning the doctor at
tending Mrs. T. B. Carter took the
stitches out of the wound in her head
which bad been caused by being
struck by a falling limb from a tree,
and it was thought she was able to go
home, but later in ibe day her fever
began to raise and for several hours
she was quite bad but is reported bet
ter again today. It is thought best
not to take her home for a few more
days until there is no more danger of
a re-occurrence of these symptoms.
Deputy Sheriff Heisler went to Phe
nix Saturday night with Harry Coop
er, the insane patient. He was quite
violent and it took the combined
efforts of Mr. Heilser and Deputy
Sheriff Jeff Duncan, of Phenix, to
take him from the train to the asy
lum. In his examination Saturday
afternoon before Judge Hicks, Cooper
said he had killeo. several men while
in Phenix last winter, and made quite
a number of the wildest assertions.
Tbe poor fellow was certainly a bad
case of bug house.
The United States civil service com
mission announces au examination on
October 21 -'22, 1U03, to secure eligibles
from which to make certification to
All six vacancies at Washington, D.
C, three at Rock Island Arsenal, Illi
nois, and one vacancy at Sandy Hook
Proving Ground, N. J., in the posi
tion of mechanical draftsman in tbe
ordnance department at large, at 21200
per annnm each, and other similar va
cancies as they may occur. Persons
who desire to compete should at once
apply either to the United States civil
service commission, Washuigton, D.
C, or to tbe secretary of the local
board of examiners for application
form 1312, which should be properly
executed and filed with the commis
sion at Washington.
Eugene Willard, a well known cigar
salesman, passed through Prescott this
morning. Mr. Willard looked pretty
healthy for a man who is supposed to
be dead and buried for several
months. At the time of the fearful
train wreck on the Southern Pacific
near Tucson some months ago Mr.
Willard and bis wife were reported to
be among tbe dead. The impression
was gained by tbe fact that they were
supposed to have taken that train and
a pocket knife was found among tbe
wreckage with his name on it. It
turned out that the knife bad been
given to a friend some time previous.
and was in the baggage belonging to
this friend which was burned up in
the fire after the wreck. Mr. Willa.-d
bad gone in another direction and
showed up among their friends like
Caesar's ghost when they were mourn
ing them as dead.
George Miner and associates of B
company, X. G. A., who left in the
latter part of August for an outing in
the bills, returned home yesterday
morning after a rough but enjoyable
trip. They went up the Black Can
yon road to Big Bug and adjacant
points, then to Prescott aud back to
Phenix via tbe Wickeuburg road.
Tbey came in contact with mountains
and tralis that it seemed to them had
never been discovered and were hid
iug out especially for the purpose of
getting in their way as they came
along. Sometimes they had to help
the team get the wagou up the grades,
aud at others they had to help it bold
tbe wagon back. But all these things
made appetite and appetite mado good
health aud muscle. They were
charmed with the scenery of the lirad
shaws, especially in the pine belt, and
hope to be able to return next sum
From Tuesday's Dailv.
N. O. Murphy came up from Phenix
Mrs. E. E. Osenburg, of Henrietta,
is visiting in Prescott.
B. E. Kreighbaum let', this morning
for a visit to the Grand Canyon.
J. H. Hise has returned from Cali
fornia where he has been enjoying a
The Congregatioual Aid Society
will meet Wednesday at tbe home of
Mrs. M. B. Hazeltiue.
Onie Tabor has decided not to re
turn to tbe Iron King mine for a few
days but will remaiu iu Prescott for
The case of Bonnell vs. Kyau for
pos essiou of Hilderbaut station will
be heard iu Justice Talbot's cum t
Friday of this week.
Tbe revival services coudiicted fry
Rev. S. F. Heilmau at the Prescott.
Missiou continue with much interest.
Come aud bring your friends S-r-
i vices begin at 7:3".
Mrs. Clara Ford was today dis
charged by the proliate court as guar
dian of the estate of Geo. W. Ford,
Mrs. MoCash, Miss Gale aud Mr.
Logan will give solos for the free
reading room eutertaiumeut at Odd
Fellows ball Friday eveuiug.
Kev. A. M. Gibbous, of the Marina
street M. E. church, left this morn
ing to attend tbe Southern California
conference, of which he is a member.
Engine Xo 1. was turned out of the
machine shopi yesterday with her
uew oil burning attachments, and the
three spot was put iu for equipment.
Tbe Arizoua Bus and Transfer com
liany have arranged to have their main
office iu tbe store of E. A. Kastner A
Co. Their telephone numbers will be
H and 114.
Mrs. F. C. Williams aud little son
Frank are expected to return home to
Prescott this evening from a few
weeks' visit with her mother iu Lios
, Special agent for the interior de
partment. S. J. Holsinger, who has
been iu Prescott for two or three days
on business for the department, left
this morning for Flagstaff.
Prof. Billiughurst and family will
move into Ed Litt's residence this
week and will occupy it until Mrs.
Levy's new house on Marina street is
completed, wheu tbey will occupy the
Mrs. D. G. Siuclair and daughter
passed through on this morning's
northbound train ou their way to Cal
ifornia. They were accompanied by
Mr. Siuclair who weut as far as Ash
Fork with them.
A. J. Doran left this morning for a
trip through Apache and Xavajo coun
ties in the interest of the Arizona ex
hibit at tbe St. Louis exposition.
This will be his first trip to these sec
tions in that capacity.
Tbe famous United Verde tax case
j will be takeu up in the district court
i tomorrow for argument, and promises
to draw a big crowd of spectators as
the case is one of vast importance to
the taxpayers of this county.
Father Juillard and bis assistant,
i Father M. Dumarest, of Gallup, N.
M., arrived iu Prescott last night and
will assist at the memorial services at
the Catholic church tomorrow morn
ing at ten o'clock.
Mrs. J. E. Emmert aud two daugh
ters left this morning for their home
in Los Angeles, after spending the
summer with Mr. Emmert in Praecott.
Tbey return at this time in order that
the young ladies may enter school.
Mrs. T. G. Xorris left this moruiug
for au extended trip east. She will
be met at Flagstaff by Misses Maude
and Mable Xorris and she will accom
pany these young ladies into their re
spective schools in Washington and
Rev. Lewis of tbe West Prescott M.
E. church, has gone to Camp Verde
to assist Kev. Wright, of that place,
in conducting special meetings. There
will be no preaching services at the
West Prescott church next Sunday.
Tbe Sunday school and young peo
ple's meeting will lie held as usual.
Quite a number of the Mexican resi
dents of this city went to Congress
aud Pheuix last uight to assist in tbe
celebration of tbe sixteenth of Sep
t ember, which is a great holiday with
them, corresoonding to the Fourth of
July iu the United States. There will
also lie a celebration of the day io Je
rome. Geo. Kohpeter, one of the well
known stock raisers and mining men
of this county, was in Prescott yester
day and reports plenty of ducks and
some geese in the Agua Fria section.
Mr. Kobpeter has a fine lake on his
ranch which he says is alive with
ducks, but that is all the good it will
do hunters for there is no shooting
allowed on his place.
A telegram was received this morn
ing by the Presc.-tt Gnu Club from W.
H. Seaver. representing the Winches
ter Repeating Arru6 company, that be
would arrive here tonight aud enter
the territorial shoot which begins Fri
day moruiug. Quite a number of the
shooters are expected witbin the next
day or two. There will likely be be
tween forty aud tifty comiietitors en
ter. Frank R. Stewart received a 'letter
last eveuiug from Mrs. Stewart's sis
ter, at Jackson, Ohio, which was writ
ten last Thursday, and which stated
that their father bad just lieeu strick
eu that day with paralysis, but the
doctor was hopeful for his recovery.
The fact that tbe telegram which call
ed Mrs. Stewart was sent Saturday
would indicate that a relapse or sec
ond stroke had resulted.
L. 1. Bunnell, of Dewey, who met
with a severe accident some weeks
ago by shooting himself through the
arm. has lieeu released from the Mercy
hospital aud is apparently as well as
ever. There was some doubt at tbe
time of tbe accident as to whether the
arm would be iermaueutly iujured,
but fortune seems to have favored
him aud his arm is iu good shape.
Keep in miud tbe eutertaiumeut at
Odd Fellows ball Friday uight for the
benefit of the free readiug room.
Many beautiful pictures will lie shown
by the use of tbe electric stereopti
cou. aud these will lie accompanied
by songs and recitations as they are
shown which will make them very in
teresting. The cause, is one that
ought to appeal to the sympathy of
all good people for their support.
Mr. and Mr. R. E. Morrison have
returned from au extended trip east
duriug which time tbey visited Chi-
eagu, Hartford, Xew York aud other
cities of the east. They report that
the weather was simply wretched most
of the time, beiug rainy and muddy.
They hardly saw a nice day after tbey
left Arizona and were mighty glad to
get liack to good old Prescott where
tbe bad days, instead of tbe good, are
There will bo an anniversary service
at the Catholic church tomorrow
moruiug at ten to commemorate the
death of Father Claesseu, who died
here last year. There will be a sol
emn requiem nigh mass and Father
Juillard, parish priest at Oallup, X.
M., will deliver the address. After
the services a beautiful niou"nieut
which has been erected in tbe church,
to the memory of Father Claesseu,
will be unveiled.
Mr. aud Mrs. 11 Xorthoper aud G.
W. Mercer nre recent arrivals in Pres
coft from California. Tbey are trav
eling in tbe interest of the Fraternal
Brotherhood, of which there is a tlour
isbiug lodge in this city. Tbey will
remain here lot some time and with
tbe assistance of the local members
exnect to add a largo number of new
members to tbe roll. Next Monday
! evening they will be entertaiued by
' the lodge and all members are urged
to be present.
T. H. Xewkirk, of tbe real estate
firm of J. S. Acker A Co., dropped
into tbe Journal Miner office this
forenoon and announced that his wife
had presented him with another advo
cate of Jeffersouian principles and
statehood iu the shape t a bouueiug
boy who tipped the' scales at ten
pounds strong. Dr. Criley was in at
tendance and the young mau aud
mother are reported to be getting
along flue, but real estate transfers are
not receiving much attention at the
hands of Mr. Xewkirk today.
Iu the district court today John
Duke asked that the injunction pre
venting bim from disposing of bis
property be set aside sufficiently to
allow him to turn over certain cattle
in his possession to the Hank of Ari
zona to satisfy certaiu obligations.
The petition was denied. The case of
Treadwell et al vs. G. O. Marrs,
touchiug the title to certain portions
of the Buster mine, was set for Thurs
day. The case of Merwin et al vs.
Price et al was also set for Thursday.
C. C Glass, tbe new superintend
ent of the water aud sewer systems of
Prescott, is keeping up the good work
of putting tbe water system in good
sbape. He has completed the work of
cleaning out the reservoir and putting
it in flne condition. This was a badly
needed reform aud the fact of its
having been thoroughly cleaned will
be received with a good degree of sat
isfaction as there had been many com
plaints of tbe way the reservoir had
been allowed to go.
The north bound passenger this
morning took a little of the varnish
off a hand cap belonging to the sec
tion gang this side of Skull Valley.
The section gang was on their way up
the track to work and were overtaken
by the passenger train, which got so
close to them before they knew it that
tbey did not have time to get the car
clear off the track before it was struck
by the engine and knocked into kin
dlingwood. None of tbe crew were
hurt but they had a mighty close call.
Mrs. F. P. Cruice and her mother,
Mrs. J. R. Holloway, left this morn
ing for Oklahoma City, Oklahoma,
where the latter resides. Mrs. Hollo
way has been visiting in Prescott for
several weeks but was taken quite ill
some days ago aud has just recovered
sufficiently to attempt tbe return li
her borne, although very weak as y. t.
They will be joined I Jui-tn. Ci T-
orado, by Mrs. I. .. . em a
sister of Mrs. Cruice, mbo - been
visiting in Colorado, and tbey will
;hen proceed together to Oklahoma
City. Mrs. Cruice will return to
Prescott as soon as her mother is safe
A quiet wedding was solemuized
this morning at ten o'clock at the
home of Mrs. W. EL Smith, ou Mount
Vernon street, in which the hearts of
two of Prescott's splendid young peo
ple were joined for life. The happy
principals to this wedding were Miss
Mollie Hart and Wm. K. Downer. The
ceremouv was nernerformed by Rev.
Taft. of the Baptist church, iu
presence of tbe members of Mrs.
Smith's family. The couple left on
the 10:40 train for Appleton. Wis.
the home of the groom, where
they expect to make their future
home. The bride has lived in Pres
cott for the past five or six years and
has many friends who will join in
wishing her much joy. The groom
has been a trusted employe in tbe
Brisley Drug company's store f-r sev
eral months and is highly spoken of
by his employers as a very worthy and
competent young man. He expects
to enter the drug busiuess in partner
ship with his former employer at his
home in Appleton. Wis.
A Pretty Wedding.
At the home of the bridegroom's
mother, Mrs. M. Rosen berger, on the
Agua Fri:i. Ruben Edward Rosen
berger aud Mi.-s Frankie Mae Deary,
were married on Wednesday evening
at 5 o'clock, Sept. H, 11)03. The mar
riage ceremony was performed by
Judge B. M. Crawford of Big Bug.
The bride wns dressed in white .-ilk.
The bride's maid was Miss Nettie
A'olleuberg ol Prescott; the best man
being N. G. Rosenberger. The wed
ding took place in Mrs. Rosenberger's
large ball, which was decorated with
evergreens and oer the raised plat
form where the wedding party stood
was a cluster of wedding bells made of
evergreens and roses. After the wed
ding tbe guests partook of a repast.
After supper dancing commenced and
was kept up until the wee sina' hours
of morning. It was a pretty wedding
and a grand good time. Below are a
list of a few cf the guests:
P. M. Webb, Mr. aud Mrs. Culum,
Mr. and Mrs. B. Edwards, Mr. aud
Mrs. E., J. Monroe, Harry Wilson,
Tom Hicks, Mrs. V. X. Blaucbard,
Grover Lessard.Mr. aud Mrs. Lejsard.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Deary, Mrs. B.
Klancbard, Flva Lessard, Myrtle Les
sard, Mr. aud Mrs. Wilson. Miss Xet
tie Wolleuberg. Mrs. X. West, Mrs.
Rurhaus, Mrs. Alifaut, Ethel Lessard.
Mr. aud Mrs, E. W. Monroe, Ed
llai i -ti. Id. Mr. Jaquett. Miss Mamie
Thrope, Mr. aud Mrs. Glittery. Mr.
and Mrs. R. H. Bruce. E. Milligau.
W. Milligau and Judge 15. M. Craw
Your correspondent was too iiashful
to ask any more if the names there
fore could not get them all.
The list of presents was a very large
one aud included mauy very pretty
aud valuable tokeus of esteem from a
list of frieuds, who united iu
wisbiug the couple long life, happi
ness and prosperity. X. G. R.
Cripple Creek. Sept. 15. A consign
ment of a thousand Krag Jourgeu-en
rifles arrived in camp today, together
with sixty thousand rounds of ammu
nition. Tbe question of the jiower of
the military authorities to make ar
rests is . still disputed. It is under
stood the matter will be takcu before
the supreme court.
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
the Sunny South Mining company
will be held at the office of tbe com
pauy, Xo. 224 West (lurley street, in
Ihe city of Prescott, county of Yava
pai, territory of Arizona, ou Thurs
day, October 1, 190:?, for the purpose
of electing officers aud directors of
the company for the ensuing year
aud trausactiug such other busiuess as
may come before the meeting.
J. H. Mulre:u,
Sec'y of the Sunny South Miuiug Co.
Dated Septemlier 10, tMt 9-15 td
ROOSEVELT'S FIRM STAND.
Reports from Washington indicate
that the indictments on account of
tbe post office frauds are all made aud
that the country will be spared furth
er scandals in that department. In
this connection, it is a well known
fact that the president has been fre
quently importuned by party leaders,
to refrain from public investigation
and prosecutiou of tbe fraudulent
office holders, for tbe reasou that it
would give, tbe democratic party iu
the next campaign an opportunity to
leuouuee the present administration.
aud saddle upon its shoulders tbe full
responsibility for tbe thefts commit
ted by subordinates.
Either the president does uot fear
that tbe veutilatiou of these scaudals
will have a 'detrimental effect on bis
candidacy or i aud this is probably tbe
case) his fearlessness iu pursuing the
policy, which he deems right aud
proper, causes him to ignore such
If the would be advisers of tbe iires
ideut in tbistnatter, had but stopped
to consider tbe character of the man,
as shown by bis conduct, in public
office, since the time he did such
good work as police commissioner, we
are satisfied the plea would not have
been made, for at no time in his pub
lie career has Theodore Roosevelt fail
ed to do what, in bis opinion, was his
In this matter, he lias shown himself
above the weak kneed partisans and
has given additional evidence of bis
high sense of justice and honor.
The Douglas International-Ameri
can says there is a report from the
Gila valley, in Graham county, to the
effect that the Morman church mem
bers who are in the inaioritv in that
valley, have taken steps to bring
about an election under the terri
torial local option law. Just what
territory it is intended to cover by
the election has not been stated, but
it is a pretty sure thing tdat the towns
included within the limits of the lo
cal option election will go dry as a
powder horn when the election is
held. President Kimball, of the Mor
man church, is tbe father of the local
option law, having introduced aud se
cured its passage when he represented
Graham county in the legislature. He
and his church counselors think that
intemperance is the crying evil and
they may be depenJed upon to fight
the strong driuk habit to a Huisb.
After mature consideration aud con
snliation in person and by mail with
members of both the senate and t he
house of representatives, President
Koosevlet has abandoned the sugizes
thut r.re.res he called luto e.v
. si,. it. (Wolier. Ac-
cording to present plans tbe session
ill be called to meet Xovember 9th.
According to the Los Augeles Ex
press, Sir Thomas Liptou has listed
bis three Shamrocks with a Xew York
firm for sale.
If John Bouczek. of Chicago, ever
gets his wife back home he will thiuk
twice before he puts her up agaiu as
i security for a debt. He has settled
1 ..... i
the delit, but his wile uow says sue
prefers the erstwhile creditor to her
husbalid. and refuses to be relinquish
ed and go home. ISonczek today told
his story to Justice F.berhanlt and
gave the magistrate as pretty a matri
monial tangle to unravel as he ever
bas had on his hands. Bonczek
bought a stock of groceries some
months ago from Michael Kulpanski.
He made a cash payment and offered
notes for the remainder. This was re
fused, aud after an argument Bonczek
agreed to let his wife go and keep
house for Kulpanski until the debt
was paid. Three days ago the Inst of
tbe purchase money was paid and
Uonczek called for bis wife. To his
amazement she refused to come home
with him. In court Kulpanski denied
influencing Mrs. Bouczek to stay at
his house, but no amount of urging
either by the court 'or the woman's
husband could change her mind. The
case has been takeu under advisement
for one week.
Secretary Wilson is makiug stren
uous efforts to establish a demand for
American fruit iu the British mar
kets. It is appreciated that the time
is not far distant wheu South Africa
will become a formidable competitor
of the American fruit producer aud
only an established demaud for Amer
ican fruit will prevent its being
General Miles, in bis last official
state .iient, says "There could easily
be mobilize! iu our country at least
ten times as many mounted men,
many of whom have had military ser
vice, as could be landed on our
shores by any government or govern
ments within a reasonable time."
It is expected that the president
will instruct that typesetting ma
chines lie installed in the government
printing office. The .whole treud of
the present administration is to con
duct tbe affairs of the government ou
up to rtatc economical uusiuess meth
ods. It has just occurred to easteru dein
ocrats that while they have lieeu dis
cussing the jiersouality of a presi
dential nominee, the Bryan element
has lieeu capturing state organizations
aud as a result 1904 is likely to bring
forth a Bryan candidate aud a reieti
tiou of "the disaster of 1900."
In tbe past eleven years British
manufactured exports have decreased
:l. I per cent,
increased 174 per cent
and German manufactured
have increased 8LI per cent
The labor unions are forcing many
large manufacturers to move their
plants from Chicago. The manufac
turers say that they cannot do busi
uess under the continual dictation of
Mr. Kipling's "white man's bur
den" pales into insignificance along
side of the kaiser's discourse on tbe
"depressing weight he bas to carry,
who is responsible for 58,000,000 Ger
Lord Brassey. a recognized author
ity on the subject, predict" that the
United States is destined to become
the greatest naval power in the world.
British humorists are describing Sir
Thomas Liptou as "the last of the
vikings and the first of the tea
It is a pity, but it is none the less
true, that there is uo administration
without its portion of "graft" and
scandal, but never was an administra
tion which laid the axe to the root of
its scandals with the energy displayed
by President Roosevelt.
Au Indiana woman is suing her
eighteenth husband for divorce. Ap
parently the divorce habit is as dan
gerous as tbe tobacco or the cocaine
habit. Wise women will take precau
tion to avoid contracting it.
Please speak softly about the possi
bility of failure of tbe Panama canal.
In the bright lexicon of the uew
world there is no such word as fail
ure; we'll dig tbe ditch.
Postmaster General Payne departed
so seriosuly from President Roose
velt's policy in dismissing Postmis
tress Hulda Todd, that it is freely
predicted there will soou lie a vacancy
in the cabinet.
President Roosevelt bas announced
his intention to administer tbe consu
lar service on business principles.
His intention will command the re
spect of every business man iu tbe
Secretary Hay is letting it be known
that unless Columbia comes to her
senses and ratifies the canal treaty se
rious results are likely to follow.
Tom Johnsou has placed the Ohio
democrats in a sad plight. They must
vote the republican ticket this fall or
LIKE BEGETS LIKE.
By Dr. S. M. Wright.
Wheu care bears down upon the mind
Aud future prospects gather murky
When tbe fire of life burns slow
And the heart is chilled and sad
By sense of frigid contact with the
When energy's exhausted, or by dis
Some end the scene by suicidal leap.
While others court the arms of Mor
pheus By toxic dose and everlasting sleep.
Yet others quenchless vigor have
And gushing fount of cheerfulness,
From their hearts and bosoms flow.
They look these noble souls
Upon the side that's brightest, and
Strong hope, now makes them buoy
ant, Aud tbeir very presence means good
Another class of men, and women too-
; May heaven grant us more
I We find among tbe mass of
I who ma'ke a mirror of their
Keneetmg. e en me uuwauieo
i That we may
steer amiss tbe
And so. avoiding fatal wreck,
Shall live to bask within the radiant
Aud sunshine of tbeir work of love.
Yes love, and he begets his kind;
And thus, "As steel doth sbanien
We profit by our brother's good and
And so we need aud love him, faults
Such ones, when friends and fortuue
all are gone,
And they are tempted to despair.
Will search for most expressive words
And lovely thoughts, for, my kiud
fu voicing pain, love-laden words
Do softly touch aud truly gaiu
The teuder feelings of eutire uiaukiud.
Aud. why not? for be who lives
Without a care to taste of love.
Or win, nor covets it.
Does in th- : res' manner live;
He naught bo' doss exist.
We all must
Of bitter words and hateful anitnoti
,tlesl ., . a ...
And who would waut to die, and
Left friendless, forgotteu and alone.
"1'is nature in our lives
That maker u.- feel a seuse of love.
When lovely things appear anil
Engendered by, tbe noble and tbe
The hen doth
hover all her infaut
We are but chicks from chilling
And ev'ry chick doth have the right.
Aud loves to nestle
'Xeath its mother's soft warm down
And tender care.
Aod mother heu is thrilled with joy.
And ev'ry cluck is full of love aud
Excited and intensified
By ev'ry chirp aud antic of her little
And nature thus is amplified.
And so we love to hear
The calm aud gentle tones of those we
And wheu they tell us truths that
They speak with words of care and
Aud when their words are spiced with
And humor brilliant, sfiarkles in
We live intensely L and.
For thus to live, s gain.
Again we follow tbem
Iu knowledge deep am' true
Aud then we couple honor
For both are due.
But Uod is Good and tiod is Love
Aud Truth and All-in all
And Truth, will make us free.
E. B. Modeu. city clerk, a few dayP
ago received the following letter of
inquiry which he is uualile to auswer.
If anybody knows tbe whereabouts or
anything couceruiug the said James
McKeau, they will coufer a favor by
giving the information either to Mr.
Modeu or the writer of the letter.
"Ware. Mass.. Sept. H, IHtfl. -Dear
Sir. Will you please let m
I there was ever in or near Prescott any
one by the name of James McKean
He went there, so 1 have been Ma,
' nearly thirty years ago. He wa n
miner and blacksmith by trade. II.
went there from California. HmM
let me know and you will make a
number of people happy.
K. M. Xortou.
Xavajo rug sale this week at
ter's stationary store. Way
down i :
7 20 tf i
Notice For Publication.
Land Oftic" it l'n-scott. Ariz.. I
July W, 1KB. i
Notice is hereby given that th following
named settler has tiled notice of his intcn
tion to make Hr.al prinif in supjiort of his
claim, and that said proof will Ik- made be
fore the Register and Receiver at Prescott.
Arizona, on September 1st. 1!K. vi. Georjic
L. White, for tht S N'K '4 and W SE
t4.SeeUt. Tp 13 N. R 1 E.
He MM the following w Unease! to prim
his continuous residewe upon him! iltiva
tion of. said land, viz: ThomasO.o . Id.of
Prescott. Arizona: Harry Miuuse.of Dewey.
Ariz.: Edward Irvine, of Dewey. Ariz., aud
Mike Dnggati. of Dewey. Ariz.
Ken. S. Hildreth. Register.
Kirst publication July 22 W
The following is the daily report of
instruments filed in the county re
corder's otnee, as reported by the
Prescott Title Company :
September 8. Sarah P Clay, J E
Stewart and J B Flenry to M S Bur
bans, w deed, lots G and 7, blk B,
Prescott, con 1100.
Lydia Winchell to Xat Cash Reg
ister Co, ch mtg, cash register, con
Osman E Walker to Mary M Walker,
m deed. Barragan miue. Eureka dlst
Solan Marker to Martinez Merc Co,
ch mtg, one wagon, six
harness, con 1900.
M H Ryan to J W Long, m deed.
Pine Grove mine. Pine Grove dist.
J W Muse and B F Copple to C 1
Chick, q c deed, part sec 3 15 u 4 e.
Nine mining location notices.
September 9. Jeff Davis makes affi
davit concerning adverse location of
I W B mine, Turkey Creek dist.
W R Garrison and wife to J A Craw-,
ley. q c deed, lot 17, Sparklin tract,
Jeroine, con ilOO.
Henry Huniug to Wm Baldwiu. as
signment ass mns ch mtg, cou K04.25.
Bauk of Arizona to Wm Baldwiu,
assigument, ass gus ch mtg, con fcioO.
H J Murphy to B Vassar. uotice of
forfeiture of Evening Star and Center
mines, Bigbug dist, con 9200.
Emma Ryall to Annie Dillon, deed,
lot 3 of sec 17 3 n ." and lot 1 of sec
12 13 n 4 e, con 600.
Annie and J P Dillon to James E
Edens, w deed, lot 5 of sec 17 3 u ." e
and lot 1 of sec 12 13 n 4, con 800.
Chas M Hottel to Prank Snplee. b
of s. Hub saloon, Prescott, con 300.
Sarah Xiles P B Werdon, w deed,
s one half lots 19, 20, 21, blk 12,
Fleury add, con t700.
Three mining location notices.
September 10. J Andrew Xewman
and G X McCollougb locate Rocky
Ford Xo. 1 aud Xew Hope Xo. 1,
3 and Wolf mines. Eureka district.
H M Rolstou et al locate Fraction,
Protector aud Auchor, Gold and Sil
ver Queeu and Lime Cap Xo 1 and 2
mines, Cherry Creek dist.
C P Hicks files plat of town of Car
rollton, part of sec 15, tp 13 n r 1 e.
E T Michaels, Frank Trigg, A J
Carroll, M Lee et al locate Rich Hill,
Prince, Rambler, Iron King Ext Xo
1 and 2 mill sites, Bigbug dist.
September 11. W D Webb flies bond
of 1000 as butcher at Seligman.
Verde Queen Cop Co of Ariz to I
Mabbett Sutton, trustee, trust deed,
uumervous miner, Verde dist, con
Mrs. Sarah H Calhoun toJ A Knok
lock and wife, w deed, lot 13 and s 8
ft lot 12, blk 9, Jerome.
Mrs. M J, J V and C E Dickson to
Mrs S Jackson, ch mtg, stock cattle,
Sate Mut B and Loan Assn, to Xel
son B Hawley, rise mtg.
Xelson P Hawley to Emily L
Bones, w deed, lot 17 and s 40 feet of
lot 1, blk 21, Prescott.
P J Fitzgerald to the Ideal com
pany, agreement Blake, Washington,
Jefferson and Miner's Dream mine,
Hassayampa list, con 811,000.
Mary E Brown to Ida H Brown, w
. . ... . .
deed, s one half lot 10 and n one half
lot 12, blk 6, east Prescott.
September 12. CDas A Aict.wen,
Dan Doeherty et al locate Hawkins
and Owosso mines. Has.-ayanipa dis
trict. M D Put mau to M B Hazeltiue.
mortgage on lots 2 and 1, blk Q, Pree
cott. L L ami J V Koby aud Jos Kogers
locati ib. rial ns in Castle Creek
Hannah li Job to Josephine Sines,
! deed to lot 16. blk 1. East Prescott.
A 0 (jilmore, J G Bradbury and
i Jos Dougherty to S Meutschikotf and
I R C Ray, deed to Southern Cross and
1 North Star mines. Haavaiupa dis
September 14. -S .1 Wngbt Hies affi
davit of as.-esment wtrk ou Alpha
and Omega mines.
Home Run Hold Miues to Xiles
I Mining Co, mortgage on numerous
mines iu Hassayampa district, S2."i,0U).
X C Parmlev. Calvin Hartwell et al
to Dividend Cousol. tiold Miues Co,
deed to Comstock. Mineral Juuctiou
et al mines, Bigbug district. $1. etc.
Xathai: B Bowers to Cliutou H
Draper ami wife, release of mortgages.
Cliutou 11 Draper and wife to Xath-
au B Bowers, mortgage ou
e SI feet
six inches ot lots l ami -t, iuk -i.
Cbas Mackliug tiles affidavit of as
sessment work on Champagne. Big
Four, Keystone and Buckeye miues.
Clark Ji Adams, to C
release of lien on lot '.i.
blk 19, Otis
Eight mining location notices.
CURE ES! MEN
14 years the mo.t sacccasfnl Specialist in
Sau Francisco, continues to treat and
cure ..II dist a of men. My mysterious
and quick cures is startliug the world
with its marvelous results. No man is
lost ! There is u sum cure for every weak
man. I can restore to you the strength
and powerful viaor of youth I have uo
illustrated books or pamphlets to draw
on your imagination. Write uie a plain
statement of your case, dc this now. de.
lays are dangerous. Patients treated and
medicines sent to all part.-of the I . S.
W M. ft. JA1ISON. M. D.
24 Urove Street. Francisco. California.
Please metiou this paper. )
Application For a Patent.
C. S. Land Office. Prescott. Ariz., I
August 11. 1KB. i
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance
! uf ChaDtcr Six. of Title Thirty-two. of the
I Revised Statutes of the Cnited States, the
I I Til Iliai All"!!!!; ' l".uij. rw phiukt
9 i.. li :.i , t ....
BXHSJOl II r n'lUl'Tu . viiw.mi. in.' '......-
plication for 232 li linear feet of the "New
Era" and '" I'ostmuster" lode claims, bear
ii.g c Id. silver and copper, -ituated in the
Iti Hug inning district. Vavapai county.
Arizona T rritory. Mineral Survey No. 1871.
and des-:ribed ii. the official plat and field
noli s on rile in the ofllce o' the Register of
the Prescott laud district. Arizona, as fol
lows, to-wit :
I "OSTM ASTER LODE.
Beginning at cor No I, the n e cor of the
location identical with s.iuie. a porphyry
stone SxSx24 ins set 1 ft in the ground,
alougside a mound of stones :u:t ft, stone
narked I" No 1-16. 1. a on a nan)
nek in ulace lunrk.d B R P No 1-1671. brs
n til dor w M ft. A 8 on a porphyry rock
in place marked B R P No 1-H571 brs n 1
l;t di g 52 min J 18.3 ft Cors sees Noe 1 . . I
:il and .'IK. tp 12 aud B n. r 1 and 1 w br n '
deg 4i min e !Wt. ft. Thence s 42 deg ;
! mill w ItiL'.i.ft to cor No 2, which is also
BOS No 1 of the New Era lode of this survey.
Thence n42 .leg 4o min w HOP ft to cor No 't.
which is also cor No 4 of the New Era lode
of this survey. 1 hence n 4. teg 3 rain e
I !4ti2.ti ft to cor No 4. Thence s 42 deg 45
min e ft to cor No 1. the place of besin
ring. MrMJ of exterior boundaries.
NEW ERA LODE.
Beginning it initial inuund of location,
thence n 1 deg -V miu 740 ft to li c e.
w hich is also t lie c c of the Postmaster
lode of this survev . Thence I 42 deg 4.". min
i e :S01I ft to cor No 1. v, hich is also cor No 2 of
ihe Postmaster lisle of this survey. Thence
- Is deg IB min v, 1440 ft to cor No 2: thence
j n 4; deg 45 miu w ) feet to cor No 8:
I thence n 4S deg MO min e 1440 ft to cor So I.
which is also cor No 3 of the Postmaster
lode of this survey -. thence 42 deg 46 min e
300 ft to n c e. the place of beginning. ur
tej of exterior boundaries.
Variation at all corners 14 deg east.
Postmaster Lode 30 Nacres
Xew Era Lode 19 829 "
Total Area 39.896 acres
This claim is located in Sec 2. tp 12 N. K
1 W. Gila and Salt Biv-r Bu-e Mi ridian. in
Big Bug mining district, Vavapai coonty.
Notice of location of the IVmotw lode
is recorded iu the R--ordrr"s office if Yava
pai count). Arizona, in book 5S. .if mines.
..I u . -
W.tie nf Incntiuii of the New Era lode is
recorded in the iygt
county. Arizona, u, rxiofc .OS or mines, page
The Puetmaster ein extends from th.
discovery ihafl S 42 deg 9 min E ia22.6 ft
and S 42 deu 9 min w 140 ft.
Xew Era vein extends from initi.d inoond
N 48 deg :1 aiin e 740 ft and S 4 d. it 30 min
w TOO ft.
This pluim is hounded on south by the
Pranklie lode, unsurveyed : on the north and
west by a lode claim, name unknown, own
ed by Aiken r Co. : on the northeast by
: on the east by Gov
Any and al! persons holding advene claims
hereto are reqnired to present the same be
fore this ofllce within sixty days of the first
publication hereof, or they will be barred by
I the provisions of the t'uited State Statutes.
d.v. . niLuiiCiio.
First publication Aug. 12
n the United States Land Office at
In tlie matter of application for patent for
Copper" and "Combine" Jode mining
claim, situated in Big Bug mining district.
Yavapai County. Arizona.
MINERAL APPLICATION. NO. aU.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION OF BIG Bt li
GOLD AND OOPfVR MINING COM
PANY . A CORPORATE )N. FOR FX I TED
Notice is henby uiven that the Big Bug
Gold and Copper Mining Company, a cor
poration organized and existing under and
by virtue of the laws of the Territory of
Arizona, by Thomas C. Job, its attorney in
fact, whose postoSBce address is Prescott.
Arizona, and who is a citizen of the Tnited
Stites. intends to make application for. and
is applying for a I'nit, il State mineral pat
ent'for the "Copper" and "Combine" iode
mining claim, hemg .Mineral s.urvty
1745 'situate in Big But? mining district.
I County of Yavapai. Territory of Arizona,
t said mining claim covering :000 linear feet
I of the said "Copper" and "Combine" lode
with urfHce around of WiO teet in width.
bearing gold, silver, cupper and other valu
able minerals, ana oeing more iuny utr
gcribed by the official plat and feld notes
thereof on file in tbe United States land
office at Prescott, Arizona, and as herein
below set forth, to-wit :
SURVEY NO 1745. COPPER LODE.
Beginning at Cor. No. 1. identical with N
W. Cor. of loc. a porphyry stone. .ixl2x-'4
ins. set 1 ft. in the ground, alongside a
monument of stone. ft., stone marked
C. No. 1-1745: a X on a porphyry rock in
place, marked B. R. C" No. 1 174.1. bra. N.
42 deg. 10 min.. E. S4.2 ft. : a X on a por
phyry rock in place, marked B, R C. No.
1-174." bre. S. 51 deg. 5 min. W. 51.1 ft.: C.
S L. M. No. 4-1245 B. B. D. bre. N. 79 deg.
52 min W.62ft. Thence S. : deg. 30
min. W. var. 14 deg. E.750 ft. to W. si 'e
moo . 1500 ft. to cor No 2. whieh is also
cor. No. 1. Combine lode of this survey,
identical with cor. loc. Th. S. -.deg.
E. var. 14 deg. E. :0 ft. to S. C. E.. which
is also the N. C. E. of the Combine lode of
this survey. fiOO ft. to cor. No. :i. which is
also cor. No. 4. Combine loJe of this survey,
identical with cor. of loc. Tl :. N 'deg.
30 min. E var. 14 dea. E. 750 ft. to E. side
mon.. 1500 ft. to cor. No. 4. identical with
loc. Thence X. W leg. W. ar. 14 deg. E.
:n ft. to the N. C. E., identical with loc..
: w n'.'fc"r'
1 . the pi;-.- ot Beginning
Beginning at cor. No 1 which is also cor.
No. 2. copper lode of this survey, cor. de
scribed abov. : U. S L. M. No. 4 t245 B. B.
D. bre. N. HK deg. 23 miu. W. 6433 ft.
Thence S. 22 deg. W. var. 14 deg. E. 750 ft.
to W. side mon.. 1100 ft. to B:g I'.ug creek.
: course t. nntn ..in., i.ion. io eor. no.
; with ino. ftatu. s. M deg. E.
var. 14 dev. E. 1 1 ft. S. C. F. identi al
I with loc. 1V ft. to cor. No. ::. id. .tical with
; ,M Thence 25. 22 deg. E. var. .' 1 deg E.
,V ft. to Bui Bun creek, cours L... width
75 ft., 750 ft. to E. side mon.. 15f ft. to cor.
Xo. 4. which is also cor. No. 3. ( . pp r lode
of thi survey, cor described an .'.Thence
N. mm deg W. var. 14 it. i;. li .U t. to the
N. C. E .uhieh is also the S. K of Clipper
U..- f survey, u.oa. deser ed above.
BOO ft. to cor. No. 1. the place of hegiunina
survey of exterior boundaries.
Copper Lode 30.172 acres.
Combine Lode MM acres.
Total area lode claim. IMM acres.
This claim is located on unaarveyed land,
approximately in T. 11 N.. K. I. E.. G. .t S.
R. M. m Big Bug mining listrict. Wapiti
Connty. Arizona, and is oounded on the
north, east and nuhhy United States land,
on the west by "Stone Chimney" an.1
"Apache Chief" lodes, ur.surv ye-!.
Copper vein ext. iiris from (i is. -haft N. 9
dg. u li . E. IKM ft
min. . ! ft
Combine vein extends f rti J:.- mon. N.
22 deg. E. : ft. and S. 22 deg. W, 1200 ft.
NOTICE OF LOCATION.
The notiv of loaatha of each of said
claims is recorded in the office of the re
corder of Yavaiai County. Arizona, in the
hooks. f mines h. o u-?. i.. st opposite
their n svtiT. navies, to
Copper hide claim in boot "-'. at page !.
Cou. blue lode claim iu book 52. at pege fi7.
Anyanda'l persons claim ng adversely
the mining ground, or any . .. tin thereof,
so described, sorvej. il iiid platted and ap
plied for. are hereby imoHm that unless
th. irnriver-t cl iims are duly rilcl with tbe
regi:.t.r ..f the land office durini: the next
l . . , . 1 i 1 .1 ill K..
Sixty llilVS puniicaiioil ner tt . nil iu
barred by v'rtue of th. -r .tut. s in -uch cases
Daud May .5. 1"03.
m S. UILDKKTH.
Register of land office at Pre-Kot. Arizona.
First pnhlication May 27, l'tv W.
Final publication July 2?. W: 1
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
Preswott. Arizona. -luly 1. 1KB.
To Linden 1. Gregory. His H. irs. rixevutorv
YouVe hereby uotilieU tl..it I have ex
pended 4fXl in labor and improvements up
on tbe Ohio Kid and Jewel miuhig sioatas
for annual labor and improveii uoon
said mininii claims in order i Bold said
I mining claims under the provisi.-as of Sec-
I tion 224 f the Koiisrd S a .
I United Sates aud the i "idtueut- thereto
cunccrniiui annual labor un ina
claims, it being the aruoor .t requir di - hold
said claims for tbe p. liud er.ar: : ec -iber
131. IKM and 1302: N th of tii. ah. ve named
j claims being situate !! Ha mug
district. Yavapai couuty. AriBUM firritory.
! tho Ohiu Kid focal i or noticebaiag of record
in book 45. of Mines, p.if. 5.W27. . id the
Jewel being ef record in boos 45 of Mines.
page 527 52s. recur is i : i : ci a;.t .
Aud if. within aim t " day frum tt.e
personal service of this uotice. or within
j ninety :' days after the public... a. bere
of. you fail or re'nse s eo -:tr;' tit your
I proportion of -aid expenditure as
I xu r interest in the suid mini".' liu s will
! become the property of th.- -iilwnrwr.
; oowner, who has ade tri
I nciwtirnn. bv the ter- s ol swt i . Sectl
William S Reynolds.
Kirs! publication July 1.1!::. 1
Prescott. Ar' . -lau. M. 130.
I To J. K. Smith, his Heir- ..no
Yon are hereby t-.. .tiri. tl '.h it -I hav.. ex
' ih tided during ihe year Mi one huudr. d
dollars ($100) in labor ioid Improvements
OJH.U the Virginia mitiirm claim, situate in
: Hassaynwip:'. miu ing di-nict. county of Ya
j vapai. and territory of Arizona, the notice
: of location whereof is of record in the office
of the connty re order iu book 62 of mines,
. - - a f V 1
puj; 4-0. ii iillllk: r corus oi i avaj.;ti couuij ,
Arizona, in order to hold said claims under
the provisun of section JML'4 of the revised
statute uf the I'nit. u States, and the
a endnienis thereto cone . nil x annual
labor un mining claims. i being the amount
required to hold said claim for the period
ending December :il. ;:t.
And if. within ninety d .ys from the
personal servic ot this not: -e or within
ninety itkii days after the public, i on her.
of you fail or refuse to ci. tribute '..ur pr
portion uf said expenditures a .M-owner
your interest iu she siid aining claim will
become the prop, rty of the subset er. your
co-uvvner. w ho has iiiade th' required ex
penditure bv the terms of said sec m 23
K. M. SKNT 'NFA.
Kirst publication. Apnl. l.". IKV'i.
Eight hour laws are ign. red by
those tireless lilt!.' workers Dr.
King's Xew Life Pill-. Mil ous are
always at work, night ai i i .v. cur
iug iudige .-tiou. billiou-nesi-. cousti
pat ion, sick headarhe ami all oniach,
liver and bowel tiiuibies. Easy,
plesaant. stifc. -un Only 25c u all