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From Saturday's Daily.
A. J. Doran came Jup from Phenix
Judge Hawkins returned this morn
ing from a trip to Phenix.
John Phillips and Henry Malbry
went to Phenix this morning.
O. L. Cireer, the Martinez mer
chant, came up to Prescott this morn
ing. Ed S. Or mp hell, general manager
for the Stark Mining company, went
to Flagstaff this morning on a short
Governor Brodie went over to Je
rome this morning where he will re
main for a day or two before return
ing to Phenix.
A. D. Barnhart returned this morn
ing from attending the Masonic grand
lodge which have been in session tMe
week in Tucson.
Deputy Sheriff Prank Nevin came
over from Jerome last night with a
witness for the grand jury. He re
turned home this morning.
Mrs. Bessie Campbell, mother of U.
P. Campbell, I arrived last evening
from Santa Ana. California. She
will probably remain in Prescott for
the winter with her son's family.
Mrs. Albert Atmore, sister of Mr.
G. P. Campbell and Fen S. Hildreih.
who has been risitiugjjin Prescott for
several weeks, left for her home in
Santa Paula.Oalifornia, this morning.
Attorney LeRoy Anderson has been
confined to his room with an attack
of bronchitis which be contracted
while attending court at Kingman sev
eral days ago. He was able to be
down town today for the first time in
Car "Ninety Eight" was attached
to the north bound train this morn
ing and brought back from an in
spection trip over the Phenix and
Eastern road a party composed of
Messrs. Drake, Anewalt and Emmert.
They report fine progress being made
on the new road.
Hon. Thos. Campbell came over
from Jerome last night. He came to
Jerome Junction yesterday intending
to help his mother bring Harry Camp
bell, his brother, to Prescott, but
Harry was not able to be moved. Dr.
Smith went to the Junction last night
to attend him and as soon as be is
able to move he will be brought home.
Ed Blake, manager for the branch
of the Bank of Big bee at Naco, came
up from Phenix this morning for a
short visit with the family of T. W.
Otis. Mr. Blake has just returned
from a business trip to New York and
stopped off in Phenix yesterday to
attend the meeting of the bankers iu
that city, and while he was so clos.
thought be would run up to Precol!
for a day or two to see relatives and
his host of friends.
The following are the officers of the
Grand Chapter of the Eastern Star
elected this week at Tucson : Worthy
grand matron.Mary O Burcb; worthy
grand patron. Vernon L. Clark ; assist
ant grand matron. Sarah Martin; as
sistant grand patron, A. A. Johns;
grand conductor, H. Lillian Sweeney :
assistant grand conductor, France J.
Warren ; grand treasurer, Frances W.
Munds. of Prescott; grand secretary.
Bessie H. Groossetta; grand Adah,
Mamie Week: grand Kuth, Anna
Flinn: grand Esther, Clara Hunt:
grand Martha. Nellie Olney; grand
Electa, Alice E. Stephens; grand
lecturer, Fred G. Brecht. of Prescott ;
grand chaplain, Jennie Pritchard;
grand organist, Alice Mayflower;
grand warder, Susie Parker; grand
sentinel. Edward S. Miller.
From ilonoav's Daily.
J. C. Maxwell is reported to be very
Mrs. Wm. Denney is reported to
be very sick.
Chas. O'Neil, one of the jolly boys
of Asb Fork, is in Prescott.
J. C. Hurley, the meat market mag
nate, who owns meat markets in Pres
cott, Phenix and Jerome, came up
from Phenix this morning.
Forest Supervisor Stewart returned
yesterday from the Crown King sec
tion where he has been for several
days on a tour of inspection. -
R. W. Goldsworthy. son of Mr. and
Mrs. S. Goldsworthy, and brother of
W. S. Goldsworthy, arrived in Pres
cott Saturday night from Evauston,
Wyoming, for a few days' visit.
Engineer Walmut Pentland has
been having a struggle with an attack
of pneumonia, but is now thought to
be past any danger from the disease
and hopes to soon be back on his en
A. A. Johns and wife came up from
the south this morning. They have
been in attendance at the Masonic aud
Eastern Star grand lodges in Tucson
and stopped off on their return lo
visit a few days with relatives and
friends in Phenix.
Mrs. F. M. Murphy left this morn
ing in Mr. Murphy's private car for
New York Cky to join Mr. Murpbj
who it in that city and will probably
remain theie for the next month or
two. She was accompanied by Mr.
aud Mrs. Wallace Fairbanks and sou,
who will accompany her as far as Chi
cago. Wm. M. Marrs arrived in Prescott
last evening trom Denver to take a
position in the assay office of the
llradshaw Mountain Gold and Copper
Mining company. He was met in Pre.
cott by his brother. George O. Marrs.
who has charge of the assay office for
the above company, and they left for
Middelton this morning.
A dose of tbe Hitters before meals 1
will create a healthy desire for food
and assist the stomach iu its work of
digestion. Then you'll not suffer
from Flatuency. sour stomach, sick
headache, dyspepsia, or indigestion.
We urge a trial at once.
the case against B. B. Dolly has
been dismissed by Justice Talbot on
accouut of no prosecution.
A Mexican woman from the row by
the name of Martinez, wasbouni over
by Justice Talbot Saturday to appea.
before the grand jury on fa charge of
rolling a Mexican aud robbing him
The game of base ball yesterday le
tweeu the infautry and cavalry nines
resulted iu a victory for the infantry
uiue by a score of eleven to tv.elve.
The game it said lo have been one of
the best that has been seen here this
Mrs. May Zuck Fine returned last
evening from the Crown King where
the has been to investigate the propo-.-itiou
of opening a school. There are
quite a number of children in that
sectiou aud at present there is no pub
lie school which has throwu the bur
den of providing school for their chil
dren on the parents who will have to
make this provision by private ml
script ion. They have made Mm ta
a nice offer to teach the sclm .
Miss Mary Hurdette. sister of the
famous lecturer. Boh Burdette, is ex
pected to deliver an address in the
Baptist church in this city one week
from next Wednesday night. Miss
Burdette is the secretary for the Bap
tist Woman's Home Missionary So
ciety on the Pacific coast, jand is said
to be a very fine speaker, having
many of the characteristics which
have made her brother world famous
as a lecturer.
Rev. E H. Mowre and family pass
ed through Prescott on this mrning's
train en route to Portland, Oregon,
where Mr. Mowre has been sent to take
the pulpit of the M. E church south.
At tbe recent California conference
of that denomination Rev. Mowre wa.
selected to fill the pulpit of that
church in Prescott, bnt for some
reason, the bishop changed tbe ap
pointment later and sent Mr. Mowre
to Portland aud transferred Rev. C.
A. Hyatt, of that place, to Prescott.
Rev. Hyatt and family are expected to
arrive in Prescott within tbe next few
days. Tbe grand jury on Saturday evening
submitted a partial report of the work
that had been done by that body anil
announced that the committees which'
bad been selected to examine into the
condition of tbe different county
offices, were not ready to report and
rbey would not be able tc make a final
report before November 23, and the
jury took a recess until that date in
order to allow tbe committees to make
a thorough examination of the books
and accounts of tbe county officials.
This has been one of the most indue
Mm and thorough grand juries that
this county has had for many years
and they have made a record so far
that is very satisfactory to the people.
Miss Rubie Loy was tbe winner of
tbe Buck Junior range which was
given as a prize by tbe Bashford-Bur-mister
company. Miss Irene Ourrey
and Miss Loy were tied on the guess
as to the number of beans in rbe jar,
each guessing within six of tbe correct
number, but the committee decided
that tbe ten reasons given by Miss
Lov whv her mother should have a
Buck range were the better and she
was awarded tbe prize. 1. Lasts the
longest. X Heats fhe quickest. 3.
Uses less fuel. 4. Gives better satis
faction. 5. Bakes tbe best. 6a Co- ti
the quickest. 7. Easiest cleaned, i.
rjoiis me rjets. . l ooks more cningt
at once. 10. It is the only stove
with porcelain oven.
As usual, tbe B. -B. company is iu
tbe front rank of tbe timee and now
has a fine automobile which will be
kept for the members of the firm to
do their running about Sin. While in
the east this fall H. D. Aitken secured
the agency for the B. -B. company of
the Cadillac automobiles, which is
consid, : . d to be one of the very be.-t
makes of these machines. . He also
took a course of instruction on theii
operation aud is now competent lo
limb a tree or run over a load of bay
with one of the "Red Devils." The
machine arrived a few days ago and
was set up in the shop of W. T. Hall
and was out for a short test run late
Saturday evening and also today. 1 It
is one of the handsomest autos yet re
ceived in this part of the country and
if it will do all that is claimed for it,
it certainly is a daisy.
Geo. P. Harrington, one of the
pioneers of the Bradshaw mountains.
came in from Crown King on tbe ex
cursion train yesterday afternoon. It
makes Mr. Harrington smile a long
healthy looking smile to come tc
Prescott from the Bradsbaws on the
"painted cars" as that is the realiza
tion of a hope that he has held for
many years, aud bu is one of t !rr- men
who have always believed that with
a railroad to tne Kradstiaws tnat sec
tion would developed into one of tbe
greatest mining districts in the west.
He bas backed that belief by putting
the best years of his life aud all tbe
money he could get hold of into min
ing property there and be now has tbe
satisfaction of knowing that his years
of hardship and toil are to be reward
ed by an abundant harvest. If any
body on earth deserves to succeed it is
these meu who have opened the paths
to the mineral vaults f the country
and not only opened them but kept
them open when men of fainter hearts
would have given up.
From Tuesday's Daily.
E. E. Taylor left today for the sol
diers' borne near Santa Monica, Cal.
Born In Prescott, Arizona, Novem
her 17, to Mr. aud Mrs. Walter C.
Brandon, a daughter.
Geo. Mayer, who was ieported to
have gone to San Francisco to live,
has returned to Prescott.
The Journal-Miner is in rec i
letter from H. K. Major which st ite
that be is now at Atlantic City. New
Jersey, and thai be will probably re
main there lor the winter.
W. T. Henry and wife arrived in
I'rescott last night from their home
in Dee Moines. Iowa. Mr. IJeury com
ing here to look over some mining
properly in which be is Interested.
Gas Kodenburg discovered a small
fire on the premises of the asphalt
paving company near the depot last
evening, but was enabled to put out
the blaze without sounding a file
W. R. Goldsworthy left for his
home at Kvanstoii. Wvomiuu. this
morning after a short visit with his
narent' ''.v Mr. OaUa-
wormy iu an engineer on
J. Hiler. a mining man and a-sayer,
who has aaaa doing some contracting
on Lynx creek, left this morning for
Silver City, where hie mother aud
brothers reside. He expects to make
that his future home.
J. M. McIIenry and fai'iily are re
cent arrivals iu Prescott from San
Diego. California, aud are thinking
of making their future home in this
city. They are located for tbe pres
ent at 117 south Mt. Yemen street.
In our hardware department we
hare a very fine assortment of ci aliug
dishes and geLuine FVcaoh I ffee
pots. Also all useful utensils for
afternoon te:s. We invite you !o come
aud examine. See our wiudow. B. -B.
J. A. Brown and wife aud Mrs.
Brown's mother, Mrs. Darrah, left
this morning for their home in Los
Angeles, after a few weeks' visit with
the family of his brother. W.T.Brown,
in this city. Tuey will return by
way of the Grand Canyon, wheie they
will stop for a ouple cf days.
The men's club which" has receutly
been organized will meet for their
h-1 instruction at tbe athletic club
m this eveuing at rich: o'clock.
li will meet once a week here
after, and all busiuess men and others
inti-ie.-ted are urged to joiu and help
tbe good cause.
Mr. Laidlow, representing one of
the large banking houses of New
York, arrived in Prescott Sunday
uigbt. This morning be was taken
out to the end of the P. A E. track iu
the Bradshaw mountains by Messrs.
Drake aud Walstrum on a tour of in
spection of that wonderful piece of
Piuckney Randolph Tully, who for
mauy yea.u w.ij a prominent citizen
of Arizona, having come to the terri
tory in the stirring pioneer days, died
at his home near Healdsburg, Cali
fornia, on the 10th of this mouth. He
served two terms as territorial treas
urer aud was mayor of Tucson for sev
eral years. He left a wife and five
children to mourn his loss.
J. M. Hotchkiss, the genial barbei
of Camp Verde, who has been serving
on the grand jury in Prescott for sev
eral days, left this morning for Camp.
Verde. The Journal-Miner acknowl
edges a very pleasant call from Mr.
Hotchkiss while be was in tbe city.
Mr. Hotchkiss is one of the good sub
stantial republicans of the Verde val
ley. R. D. French weut north this morn
ing on his regular visit to the mer
chants of the northern part of the ter
ritory. He says Mrs. French is com
fortably located in Phenix fcr the
wipter and is (feeling better already.
Mr. French has leased his cozy home
ou south Pleasant street to a well
known young business man of this
city. It is not likely that tbe afore
said young business man intends to
keep bouse there alone, either.
Mrs. Geo. Woosler informs tbe Journal-Miner
that she will,' in a few
days, open what will be known as
a woman's exchange, where articles of
home made cooking and table delica
cies will be received and 'sold. The
exchange will occupy one side .of tbe
stationery store and will be at all
times under the personal care of Mrs.
Woo6ter. She expects to enlarge tbe
exchange in time to include all tbe
little fancy work articles made by the
ladies of Prescott, but for the present
only articles of home cooking and
table delicacies will be handled. She
expects to open the exchange tbe day
The N November number of
rVorld'a Fair Bulletin contains
photographs of a number of ladies
who are prominently identified with
tbe work of tbe Eastern Star, in aid
ing the movement to build a magnifi
cent fraternal temple at tbe world's
fair. The ladies whose portraits art
published are from all the different
states and territories of the union and
are well known leaders of the Eastern
Star work. Arizona has the honor ot
representation in tbe number, the
lady being Mrs. Anna L. Tiltou, of
Prescott, mother of B.Tilton. tbe well
The Mercy hospital in this city was
fortunate enough recently to secure
the valuable services of Miss Gwendo
line Wornell, a professional nurse ot
several years experience in some of
the best hospitals in the country'- She
bas had considerable expeiience iu
tbe line of surgery as assistant to
some of the best surgeons in tbe west
and is herself quite proficient in that
work, being able to perform almost
any ordinary surgical operation, and
will be a very valuable assistant to
the physicians aud surgeons of this
city in her capacity as nurse at the
Rev. Mclntier returned last even
ing from Flastaff, where he has been
for tbe past ten days assisting Rev.
Henry of that city in a series of spe
cial meetings. He reports the meet
ing to have been fairly successful.
Last Saturday, in company with Rev.
Henry, he drove out to the old rui
of the cliff dweliers and in digging in
one of the ruins they unearthed a
skull of one of the ancient inhabitants
of those curious dwellings. The
skull was evidently that of a full
grown person but was very small, no
larger than the fist of a good sized
man. This would indicate that the
leopIe were a very small race. This
evidence is also supported by the con
struction of their dwellings, the doors
being only about sixteen inches wide
and tbe rooms small. Rev. Mclutier
says his theory of the utter annihila
tion of this peculiar people is that
the climate was suddenly changed
very radically by great volcanic ac
tion, of which there is au abundance
of evidence left and that the entire
race was killed by this climatic
change. LWO SCIUP.
called laud scrip title
b tend to government land without
If ration OT resideuce. Only givi
laanrlnihMI and show land to be ot
the proper kind. We do the rest. By
reason of exhaustion of a liuiited sup
ply price is advancing. Have a
small amount yet for sale, fully guar
anteed. Karly buyers can make pro
fitable purchases. Hugo Seaberg,
UxixSmw Springer, N. M.
WANTED. -A trustworthy gentle
man or lady iu each county to manage
business for an old established bouse
of solid financial stall ling. A straight.
boua fide weekly salary of flS paid by
check each Monday with all expenses
direct from headquarters. Money ad
vanced for expenses. Enclose address
ed envelope. Manager, :W0 fax ton
llldg., Chicago. B-SO-Ma
We have a boy tbat like: to exercise
bi bicycle. Telephone us for any
thing you want in our line. Prompt
delivery assured. Tel. "17. Certain A
Bork, Burke Hotel Druggists.
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SOMETHING FOR THE BOYS.
Since the girls of our public schools
have been given instruction in sewing,
through the generosity of Mrs. Hugo
Richards, many parents have become
imbued with the idea that instruc
tion fdr the boy in manual training
would be equally practicable. The
matter bas been discussed to a consid
erable extent among many of the
member of the Monday Club aud the
club bas dcc'ded to mother the move
ment for raising fuuds for the equip
ment of such work in our so'iools.
Thtir idea is that each boy should be
taught tbe use of tools in wood work,
that some variety and relaxation from
text book studies may be afforded
aud so that habits of accuracy may be
acquired and that our boys may re
ceive a wholesome respect for all
forms of iutiliigeut mauual and phys
The movement for manual iustruc
tiou i becoming general all over the
country, aud tbe work is already iu
successful operation in many places
Ike Journal-Miner hop's that the
efforts of the Monday Club may be at-
tended with signal success.
DUN'S MONTHLY REPORT.
The following report of busiuess
conditions in the southwest has just
been issued by R. G. Dunn tfc Co., of
The mouth just closed has been a
busy one, a winding up of the year's
work in horticultural and agricultural
industries. Beans are utw nearly
all harvested, sugar campaign closed,
raisins in the packing house and go
ing forward from San Diego and
interest already is turning to the
seasou of M01 Ot. Celery shipment
has begun. Farmers are preparing to
send grain acreage and horticultur
ists estimating orange crop. The sea
son just ending puts the farmer iu ex
cellent condition, wies out mortgages
aud increases bank deposits. Tbe
cereal yield is approximately '.1,000,
000 centals of barley. 1,400,000 centals
of wheat. 150,000 centals of oats aud
100.000 centals of corn. Wheat and
barley each double output of last year
aud bring price returns to growers.
25 to 50 higher per cental. About 9m
000 tons of hay was cut bringing aver
age of 10 per ton iu field.
The result of sugar campaign is esti
mated 85.000.000 pounds. This is
about 00 per cent of 'last year's pro
duct. Sugar content of beets ba.
averaged 15 per cent.
Bean growers harvest this season
20,000 acres more than last year, out
put is now generally conceded to be
considerably over 700,000 sacks as
against 475,000 last year.
The deciduous fruit surplus of this
sectiou went maiuly to local rau tiers
aud dryers. The output will not
differ materially from that of last
season, but prices realized are higher.
The vintage will probably exceed
that of last year by 25 per cent, but
prices to grape grower for grapes
ruled 25 to 50 per cent higher last
The citrus fruit shipments for year
ending October last were 22,425 car
I loads as against 17,340 last season.
Gross receipts realized were S10,'!74.
j 455 no more than last year's smaller
I crop returned. The new crop is re
J ported in excellent condition.coloring
j rapidly. There oi.ght to be some
i.uily good (rait lor holiday ship
in-i.:. However, tancy : prices could
not be expected. The Florida crop is
largest since year of the freeze, esti
mated 1,750,000 lioxes, though to keep
tbe eastern markets supplies until
the middle of January. It is too eariy
to make an estimate of any value con
cerning size of coming orange crop,
but it promises by mauv carloads to
be largest ever grown in Southern
California. Lemons are scarce.
There is a sharp demand and very lew
available for shipment.
The dried fruit marital is less act
ive. Growers are suffering a little
more freely at present quotations Mid
market rules in buyer's lavor. Ab.mt
one half waluut crop has gone east.
The association prices are fully sus
tained. Locally, jobbers and retailers report
volume of trade most satisfactory,
collections are fair, money firm.
Bank clearings for October show in
crease of $5,202,282 over correspoud
iug month last year. Building con
tinues active. The value of permits
for month were over ?1, 000,000, keep
ing up record of the year.
Demand for oil continues to in
crease and stimulates activity iu oil
Failures for month 9. Liabilities
?10, 700. asset- $7,800. Same month
last year eight failures. Liabilities
44,0:)0, assets 47,000.
There ii a little matter to which the
loiirnal-Miuer lieg to call the atten
tion of $ouie of it JuhiVriber. We
really hate to ?peak of it, but low
have Seemingly allowed it to flip
their mind. To u? thi? ii a very
importaut iue: in fact, it'- nec -?ary
in our buine$r We won't $peak
further on the Subject. Perhaps you
have already gueted tbe drift of our
Bryan had promised to make his
frieud Kennel t amfaaaaador to Kug
laud when he was elected president.
As Bennett never got the position,
Bryan should not get the JoL'.OOO al
leged to have been left him in an ap
pendix to Bennett's will.
In the national house of tepresentn
tives tbtre are XM lawyers. Gi busi
ness meu aud 17 farmers: iu the senate
there are til lawyers. 18 business men
and :i farmers. There are only 21 fo
retaja born legislator- in both house-1.
The value of tbe patronage to be
dtetri bated by Major atent UnCtellan
amounts to about MO, 000, 000. All oi
it will go to Tammauy.
Persons of good t i.-te w ill not regret
that cod liver oil. wh.chlast year sold
for seventy cents a gallon, has gone
up to B3,
When the motor baby carriage a p
pears upou the scene, tbe street will
lie safer for pedestrians thnn the Side
When it is possible to get telegram
every day at sea one oi the gieat ai
vantages of gointr to sea 'a ill bo lost.
Before marriage a timid
doesn't know what to say, and
marriage he is afraid to say it.
It is the man who lets bis wife have
her oivu way that conies tbe neaiest to
LAND FOR HOME SEEKERS.
The Los Angeles Times in a
editorial ou the subject of the
lauds, gives the following very
ble advice to congress:
"At the present rate at which the
public lauds are being absorbed by
private acquisition, for speculative
purposes, every available acre of the
public domain will lie taken up with
in a few years, leaving no more laud
for actual settlers. Attention has re
peatedly been called to the evils of
the existiug laud laws. It is the im
perative duty of congress to take such
action at the coining session as will
remedy these evils. What is left of
the public domain should be reserved
for actual settlers persons who will
go upon the laud to remain there aud
make their homes. This is true, in
particuar, of the arid but irrigable
lands, of which there are still some
millions of acres. Now that the gov
ernment bas entered upon a scheme of
national irrigation it is incumbent
upon tbe government to protect
against improper ab-orptiou the laud.
ivhieh ore to be brought under irriga
tion. Unless this he d.me aud done
promptly the principal object of the
national irrigation act will be de
feated. What is cheitly needed is the repeal
of tbe laws known as tbe Timber
and Stone Act, the Desert Land Act
and the commutation clause of tbe
Homestead Act. Under these perni
cious laws most of the abuses com
plained of have grown up. The one
thing that congress should keep stead
ily in view in this class of legislation
is to reserve for actual settlers the re
maining area of the public lauds.
The la.vs should be so framed and
safeguarded that not an acre of public
laud cau pass from government to pri
vate control nuless the title goes to a
person who is williug to take up his
residence upon tbe laud and to re
main upon it for a period of not
than five years. With such a law as
this strictly enforced and all conflict
ing laws repealed the remaining por
tion of (he public domaiu would be
pretty sure to go.as it should go,sole
ly to home seekers.
Congiess will be culpably derelict
iu its duty to the people if it fail, at
the coming session, to take up this
matter aud provide the relief which
the exigencies of the case clearly de
maud. Tbe national irrigation move
meut is well started ou the way to a
magnificent success. Under its pro
visions millions of acres of heretofore
worthless laud will be brought under
water, and consequently under culti
vation. These vast areas should for
nish homes for many thonga::-:! cr
contented aud j r ; : ni pie.
Such was the HMDl law, and
ich will be the re-ult u congress
does its tluty in the premises.
Some Prussian otllcers experiment
ing with a war balloon were carried
across tbe frontier iatq France. Wlieo
tbey lauded they were advised to
change their unifoiMi for civilian
dress before taking the train back to
Germany. After buying ready made
suits they pursued their journey with
out molestation. Tiii- incident illus
trates the felling which exists be
tween France aud Germany after a war
of more than thirty years ago.
It is announced that the troubles in
the government printing ollice will
lead to introduction of labor living
luachiueiy ai.d tho transformation oi
the office into a modern one. Hereto
fore hand labor has been almost ex
There is much talk of (ienernl Nel
son A. .Mites as McClellau's choice
for bead of the New York police.
Would the general consent to takiug
a position similar to that formerly
hold bv Devetv?
Nearly a tottM lives have been lost
at football since the season opened.
Lockjaw and pistols kill the little
boys and football the big boys. We
do take our fun seriously, and we
A gigantic labor combination will
be made in th illiance'of tbe Western
Federation of Miners and the United
Mine Workers of America. It will
take in nearly l.uOu.CXX) in tbe United
Gorman is after the democratic
nomination next year, but if he get.
it, he will be wise enough uot to re
sign bis reat in tbe senate until he
knows the result of the election.
In taking tbe vote in the senate.
Senator Frye, a president pro tern,
t-hniild uot overlook the fact that both
Senator Piatt and Senator Stewart are
I Kisbop Potter indorses orally ail
mat tne president says concerning
large families, but that seems to be
as far as the good bishop is willing
The Denver woman whose
eloped with the hired girl
angry. Servant girls are so
get these times.
the last election, the
ii laaaaaotuiuatta, their
state." fell from
:t2,CJ!t last year to
Connecticut wad of r,o.ttx
ee iest money Col. Bryan ever
but tbe hardest to get his
In Colorado there is only one busi
ness tbat is more hazardous than min
ing. It is belouging to a uiilitar
In the Panama matter, as iu the
Y.-uezuelan episode, our navy was
found to tie f'Miveniontly located when
Mark Twain has just come into
300,000. This ought to end the period
of public mourning for Mark's lost
Uncle Sam's navy i? none too large
when measured by American responsi
bilities. Arkansas i- striving to wipe out the
color line. She has lynched a whitt
Chaaetaetiaia is likely to deal a
death blow to free trade in England.
The first quarterly examination of
the scholastic year I80S-OJ was held at
St. Joseph's academy last week, clos
ing on Friday. the IStfe iust., with the
following result :
Academic department Katbryu
Baruett, 92; Harriet Merritt. 84; Nina
Greenwood, 87; Vera Greenwood, 93;
Katie Fitzgerald, 90; Ruby Loy, 97;
Mabel Toley, 90; Maebelle Hocker,
92; Kathleen Burke, 78; Iva Ellis, 87;
millaj Keating, 84.
Preparatory department Belle
Rodgers, 90; Lily Campbell, 91;
Sel ma Woods, 97; Feme Robinson.
95 ; Eva Boacber, 87 ; Lida Sines, 91 ;
Myrtle Draly, 92: Mary Duke, 88;
Gertrude Diskin, 93; Mae Stukey, 97;
Biidie Weir, 80 ; Reynold McDonald,
93; Frank Murphy. ; Bessie Baii
Diann, 97; Susie Watter.-ou, 92; Mary
Hickey, 91 ; Sue Murphy, 90; Mary
Burke. 94: Baker 91 : Baker Jack, 75;
Felicita Cnutreras !':!: Lula Morse,
87; Irene Curry, 95; Mabel le Foley,
M; Alice Fitzgerald, 91; Nellie Bar
rett, 90; Harry Shumate, 94: Bryant
O'Neal, 94; Reba Shumate, 93.
Intermediate department Roy
Thorp, 80; Michael Lawler, 95; John
Dwyer, 88; Willie Lawler, 93; John
McDonald. 88; Arthur McDonougb,
85; Mil unci Altamirano, 92; Peter Mc
Nulty. 88; Fred Eckert. 86; Emmet
.Morrison, 80; Anna McDonougb, 98;
Katie Hickey, 94; Clara Franco, 89;
Genevieve Murphy. 86; Ethel Mar
tinez, S9; Anna McDonnell, 92; Grace
Greenwood. '.12; .Marie Derr, f9; Anna
Murphy, 90; Lucy Mourial, 85; Ethel
Primary department Homer Pet
tier, 02; (ieorge Braudstettuer, 90;
Louis Pain, 74; Alvin Thorp, 80;
Nellie Nellis, 79; Dan Sidel, 75; Bev
erly Buike, 91; Willie Gnash, 86;
Louie Hill, 85: Fiauk Murphy, 78;
Teresa Sidel. 75; Malcolm Barrett, 85;
Ruth Ruiz, 79; M nie Houlahan, 87;
Francis Elliott, 79; Clara Augsutiue.
70: Irene Dodey. 02; Arthur Murphy,
90-; John McDonnell, 89; Fred McMa
hou, 85; William Dwyrr. 70; Elsie
Duke, 91; Mary Fitzgerald. SO: Mi
randa Sias. 88; Blanche McDonald,
96; Eula Pickett. 73; Edua & ttler, 87;
Inez Bralv, 27; Dan ("ret nwnod. 28:
- Harry I.i n7 87: Hnch Hull 6: f.ncv
Holborn. 92; Leona Mir. phy, 5; Al
fred Ruiz, 86; Stephen Gnash 80;
Herman McDonald. 87: Laurence
Massing. 78; Alphouso Bailey, 80;
Alonzo Bailey, 7i: Frank W allace, 70;
Gertrude McDonnell, ?0; Elsie Love.
S7 : Man 1 Murphy, U); Mary Mourial,
70; Juanita Morrison, 91 ; Margie
Flinn. 89; Mary Jcnniiig: , 82; Teresa
Massing, 87; Anna Mourial, 70; Ka'ie
Burton. 70; Mile Sitlt-I, 70; Louise
Dodey, 00.; Frank Barton, 78; Mhry
Wattei.-iiu, 89; Sarah Burton. 75;
Thomas. Burton, 80: Diego Mourial,
76; Grace Andrews, 75: M iriom Ha
ley, 52; Pearl laiuvey, 72; E I'vard
Uiseutees Mae Kagau. Mary Mc
l'nalJ, Wm. Fitzgerald, Maud Hannu.
lit i licit Cartv.ell, Leonore Collins,
j Myrtle Sanders,
t Burton, Maggie
: Helen Call. Uni t
Hall, William Martinez, Edward Don
Haeon, Stella HacoQ,
New York. Nov. 14. Debentur
bonds to the extent of tifVt n million
dollars, which were authorized last
week i n the Lake Shore and Michigan
Southern railway, have been taken
under contract by J. P. Morgan Jt Co.
It is likely a latge block will le taken
.-.broad and tbe balance u-.nlerwitten
at home. It is uuderstood tnat tbe
is-sue w. s made to care It.. t,n nfomi
ed tlebt of the copijmny incurred iu
the porebaM ! Ian 1 n Mings of stock
in other Hues.
Chicago, 111., Nov. 14. Traffic offl
cials of tbe Burlington have under
consideration the advisability of re
ducing coal rates from tbe Illinois
coal fields to the Northwest. A fiat
rate of ?1 a ton has been proposed.
The Burlington uow rceeives a great
ileal of east bound traffic from the
!reat Northern and the Northern Pa
cific, and the problem of furiiishiug
west bound traffic has extender! to
thf,t line as wall as lo the Northern
Both tbe Great Northern aud the
Northwestern Pacific now. have to
haul many empties west owing to
the great east bound traffic. This
through ea.-t bound traffic bas to a
ureat extent been turned over to tbe
Burlingtcu at St. Paul, and that road
is uow compelled to haul mauy empty
cars from Chicago to the Ttviu Cities.
To reduce the unprofitable haul of
empties is the problem that is occupy
ing the atteutiou of operating officials
of the Burlington, and it is proposed as
a remedy to inaugurate a flat rate of
1 a ton on coal from tbe Illinois
St. Louis, Nov. 14. In the triple
naturalization fraud case this morn
ing iu which Thos. E. Barrett, former
marshal of the St. Louis court of ap
peals. John P. Dolan and Policeman
Frank Garrett were defendants, the
jury returned a verdict of guilty.
New York, Nov. ML Kev. Joseph
Cirringioue, rector of the Italian
chinch, at William-I. ridge suburb,
this city, who disappeared from his
home under mysterious circumstances
Friday night, was found this muruin
by a policeman at East Fifty First
street, raving wildly iu Italian. He
bad incurred the enmity of the Ital
ians by his crusade against vice and
had received several threatening let
ters. When found he was completely
exhausted, but later revived sufficient
ly to tell his story. He said he had
been captured by two meu, drugged
ami thrown into a dismal cellar where
he was robbed of all his valuables.
It was proposed lo kili the in iest but
tbey Bnaily decided to Jrelease him.
which was done this morning.
Moscow Nov. 1C The Russian mil
itary reoccupation ot Mulkeu, Man
churia aroused such an aggressive at
titude on the part of China that tb
continued despatch of troop, to the far
east is now said to he directed against
China. Despite the pacific tern of the
Ikiisso-Japanese dispute troops num
bering two hundred ami fifty thousand
have been ordered to the far ea.-t,
where hostilities now appear imminent
and ttawy arv being continually draft
ed from the government at Moscow
aud surrounding provinces.
Peoria, 111., Nov. hi. A message
just received states that Miss May
Heunigtr. a postanal young lady of
Bishop, who was apposed to have
eloped, has been found murdered in a
a.-ture near her home. The body was
! horribly mutilated and half buried.
Fred Stioble. a ueigbbur'i son, with
whom tbe girl went to a dai ce at a
country school house hati.ritay even
ing, can not fie found. The condition
of her hotly indicated a desperiitt
Salt Lake, Utah. Nov. HV Tho last
rail was laid Sunday on the long cut
off of the Southern I'aciflH across the
northern arm ol I he dual Salt Lake
from Ogden to Lurin. Nevada. The
track will be ready for use by l'riday,
when Presideut Harnmau and other
officials will make a formal trip of in
spection. It is exoected the regular
traffic will be inaugurated over this
cut off within sixty days.
Washington, Nov. 16. The 'bouse
toilay began the. consideration of the
Cuban reciprocity bill. Dalzell re
ported a resolution providing tbat the
measure shall not be further consider
ed until four o'clock Thursday after
noon when it be taken up without
further interruption. Tbe resolution
aroused deep opposition on the part
of tbe democratic minority. The sen
ate today held a short executive ses
sion aud adjourned.
Denver, Colo. Nov. 16. Contrary
to the expectation tbat Tprevailed on
Saturday, coal mining will not be re
sumed in the nortbren coal fields, the
operators' proposition to concede an
eight hour day pending the result of
the strike iu southern Colorado hav
ing lieeu rejected by tbe miners.
Information from the southern field
is tbat ueitber the operators nor strik
ers show any figns "of weakening. A
prolonged struggle is now expected.
London, Nov. 16. The Colombian
authorities have cabled to London a
lengthy protest against the United
States' action towards Panama iu
which they claim tbe. main responsi
bility for tbe secession of Panama lies
with United States, first by fomenting
a separatist spirit, secondly by hastily
acknowledging the independence of
the revolted province; and finally, by
preventing the Colombian government
from using the proper means to re
press the rebellion.
Jefferson City, Mo., Nov. 16. At
torney General Crow will, it is said,
present an applcatlou to Governor
Doekery for a requisition on the gov
ernor of New York for William Zeig-lc-r
the millionaire indicted by the
grand jury on a charge of attempted
bribery in connection with tbe alum
legislation. Au officer will be started
east toilay to bring Zeigler to this
Cleveland, Ohio, Nor. 10. Tbiee
firemen were killed and two injured
as a result of the laigest fire this citv
iias suffered in months which 'occur
red early tooay. The the was iu a
large street car barn which belonged
to the Cleveland Electric Railway
company and is believed to have had
an incendiary origiu. There were oue
hundenl motors stored within the
building which covered an erea of j
four acres.. The flames spread like a
whirlwind, necessitating tbe caliini;
out of all tbe available fire flgbtiuK
apparatus in the city. The motors
weie valued at two thoiisind dollars
eaek and the building at sixty thou
sand dollars. The fatalities were
cati-ed by a wall falling upon five of
New York, Nor. 17. From the fore
mast at l be head of the steamer. City
of Washington, whiwb arrived today
froLa Colon, flew the flag of the Re
public of Panama, and on board were
tbe special commissioners sent by the
new republic to the Uuited States as
follows: Dr. Manuel E. Amador.
Frederico Boyd; Carlos Arozmena,
secretary, anil Archibald Boyd, an at
tache. London, Nor. 17. King Victor
Email- .. and Queen Helena, of Maiy,
reached PorUmouth on tbe royal
yacht Victoria and Albert, this morn
ing amidst the salutes frjm the laud
fmtterien and ships in the harbor.
Upon the arrival of the yacht the
Prince of Wales went aboard, and
welcomed the king and queeu iu the
name of King Edward.
Paris, Nov. 17. It is learned from
an authorative source that negotia
tions have been resumed between
Russia and Japan in. respect to Man
churia which gives promise of a suc
cessful and peaceful termination.
No details are available.
Loudon, Nov 17. Advices Jfrom I
Brussels say it bas been definitely de-
cided that King Leopold will visit I
the I'niteil Slates ill the snrinV ami 1
will attend the St. Louis fair.
Omaha. Neb., Nov. 17. indictments
against United States Senator Chas.
Dietrich aud Postmaster Jacob Fisher
on charges of conspiracy and hribery, !
in connection with tbe appointment!
of the latter as post'naster, were sub
jects of extreme interest in Omaha to
.lay. It is alleged by friends of tbe
accused officials tbat when tbe sena
tor discovered tbe questionable char
acter of the transaction by which the
postmaster reimbursed Dietrich for
money spent ou the postotiice build-
iug at Hastings, Neb., the payments
made were returned to Fisher and bis
Cape Haytien, Hayti, Nor. 17.
(ieueral Jiminez, leader of tbe revo
lution iu tbe Dominican lepublic,
has arrived at Santiaga de Los Cabel
loe, Sauto Domingo, to take part in
arranging operations with a view of
making a decisive attack on the capi
tal of Santo Domingo.
Chicago, Nor. 17. Mayor Harrison
today, acting untlfr the recommeuda
tiou of tbe city council, began an at
tempt to mediate in the differences
helweeu the Chicago Kailway company
autl its strikiug employes. Tbe mayor
dispatched a letter to President Ham
ilton of the Street Kailroad company
asking tbat be and other ofiicials of
tbe company meet with the mayor and
a committee of eight aldermen this
afternoon. An attempt will be made
to discover the means by which the
strike can speedily be ended. Under
heavy police protection the cars were
operated on Cottage and Wentworth
avenues today. There is little dis
turbance and the crowde arc orderly.
President Hamilton reported this
afternoon accepting the invitation to
nicer Mayor Harrison autl a c.aimittee
SHF STRIKKS YOC
You see a pretty miss.
Who suggests a lot of bliss
And she strikes you.
Yes. she strikes rou.
You wed her in a flash.
Then she ueeds a lot of cash
And she strikes yon.
Yes, do tfo do.
A STAHTLIXC TKST.
To save a life. Dr. T (I. Merritt.
No. Mehoopanv. I'a., made a startling
test resulting iu a wonderful cure.
He writes, "a patient whs attacked
with violent hemorrhages, can ed by
ulceralioti of tbe stomach. I had oftei,
1 found Kleclric Hitters excellent fnt
; acuto stomach anil liver troubles so I
, prescribed th-m. The patient gal (1
from t ie first, and has not bad an at
tack it. fourteen months." Klectric
ISitlci- an- positively guaranteed ft 1
dyepep-ia. indigestion, constipation
ami Kidney troubles. Try them.
Only B0a at all druggists.
Oh, my ! w hat delightful perfume.
Where diil you get it? Why, al Cor
bin k llork's, the Hurke Hotel Drug
gists. They have the liest of every
tbing. Try"Lorua." 10-31 tf
In Prescott for illiods of MACHINE
WORK. LeX me know your wants.
Mine and Mill Machinery a specialty.
Special repair agent for National Cash
Registers ani Burroughs Aiding Ma
chines- J J Jt J J
2l7 W. (iurlcy Stmt. I
tJ I' .'TVPtrVT I). 1
XI. V . V l.XVIjll 1, I RUr.
124 East Guriey Street.
Only a half Block from center of city
RATES 52.00 PFR DAY.
Tickets For 21 Meal $6 00
Special Rates by week or mcnthj
Special Dinner Every Sunday
From 5:30 to 8.-00 o'clock p. m.
A i. w h o I o m r stimulant
A Nrv Tonic. U..d in th
Medical Department. f
the a 3. Army fevy 5rvkt
For Sale at all Popular Resorts.
W. T. HALL
North Cortez St.. Near Depot.
General repairing of ail kinds
including care of Automobiles
Bicycles For Sale.
ANTA FE, PRESCOTT
k rmw RAILWAY CC.
Prescott & Eastern Ry. Co.
TIME TABLE NO. 41.
Superseding Time Table Nc. 40. in effec:
April 12. am.
To Take Effect .Sunday
at i2 05 a m Mountai
THROUGH Tinr 17 I F.
SO( TH BOt HO
i irst 2d'
No. 3. No.i
1 daily daily
A M- v
I S Lv
g W 'jjr'"
r. u. v. u.
Ar 12 55 H If
.... 12 36 5 5;
... 12 23 5 If-
Cedar lilatle 12 10
1 . 11.
6 34 Valley 11 52
Del Rio 11 44;
7 30 .
7 55 '
Jteaaai -Jut att
P. t E. Junc-tic:.
! 11 50
s :i . .
8 35 - -8
43 . .
Iron Springs. .
.12-Mile Spur . .
M If 5
K) '. U 4:
10 1- 12 31
9 13 II 54
8 55 .
S 14 .
: 34 .
!l "si .
.. .Skull Valley....
. . . .Grand View
... Pate Creek
. . . W ickt nburg . . .
10 or .
, 10 29 -
10 41 .
11 02 ..
5 02 a 1
7 06 7 3C
I 7 7 It
i it' 12 (; Hot Siiriiii?.-. Junction
: 0 12 21
o .,i V.J..
.Nadu . . .
."ii 12 40..
15 12 C7
2 1 03
. bVardsky. ..
Marinette. . .
. . .Peoria
A'hainbra . . .
. 28 5 21
1 21 ....
1 40 Ar..
.". 21 5 It
5 13 4 5r
A. it. A. it.
.Plavi.ii... Lv 5 00. 4 M
Santa h and Grand Canyon Railway.
S3 STATIOXS. Kg
r. M. A. at
1 30 Lv Williams Ar 12 Of
3 1X1 Red Lake 11 2?
3 30 Hrudo 10 51-
3 50 .Valle .' 10 3J
4 10 Willaha 10 1.
4 28 Anita Junction 9 5F
4 50 A pel 9 :tf
i 0 Coconino 9 21
4 Ar. Grand Canyon. Lv 9 If
Phoenix & Eastern.
Phoenix ... Ar .
J. W. KltAEMER. City Ticket Agent.
United Verde & Pacific
To taae effect Dec. . laVi.
S 1 1 S" 1 TT f
-ixd tat 9m Wnmm Mul Mxti Mxe
a " l'i
lerunie a 9 tea 3 tOp : IS)
-it roit ,i,w. n .
:t6a Honte Shoe ft 2a 2ifi;.t2 lCi
v Bo.lkia 75Se 22orlll
i'a Pummlt 7 3ra il 1,"
!' Davis 7 lfte U y 10 55
S. I. Ic'fn I H Ms lojOi
at Jeroate Jnnrtln :
RetceaaeaM with sSFPAP freight So I
1 for IT natl.
1 No 1 .'onnrc is with R F. I' .'. I. No 2 fur al
' point' BMl au-1 veil via Aih r'nrli.
! n. i eaaaecai with s. r p. g p. So i to-
All pent math.
pH.-veers arriving at .lerome Junstf,. ,n -i
F P .1; P No S will reach Jerome i-nour train Nc
1 ri,-i - F l'4 r No. - reach Jerome on our Ni
: n 1 from s F p J; P No 1 wi',1 finil cootl hotl
a' Jerome unetiouautl raa reach Jerome th.
How. ar morn Ing 0:1 our train Sol
PCL P. HaT1
iienrral PaJsenier Ac
For Weak MEN
14 years the rnot succ ssful Specialist in
San Franci-ctj. continues to treat and
oure all diseases of men. My mysterious
and quick cares is startling tbe world
with its marvelous results. No man is
lost ! There is a sure cure for every weak
man. i can restore to yoo the strength
and powerful vigor of yonth I have no
illustrated books or pamphlets to draw
on your imagination. Write me a plain
statement of yoor case, do this now, de
lays are dangerous. Patients treated and
medicines sent to all parts of the U. S.
W.H. . JAniSON. M. D.
24 drove Stmt. Smu FranciKO California
( Please metion this paper. )
Application For a Patent.
U. S. Land Office, Prescott, Arizona, i
Sept. 23, 1908. (
Notice is hereby giren that K. J. Schwan
beck. whose poetoffice address is Middleton,
Arizona, has this day tiled his application
for a patent for l.Vo linear feet of the Last
Found mine or vein, bearing p rec too) met
als, with surface ground 600 feet in width,
situated iu Peck Mil,. ng District. Yavapai
county. Arizona Territory, and designated
by the field notes and official plat on file in
this office as Snrvey Xo. 1774. approximately
in Tpin a. R 1 e. (i I R M, said survey
No. 1. .4 being as follows:
Bcginni: g at cor No L the nw cor of loca
tion, a porphyry stone 5x15x24 ins set one ft
in ground, alongside a tnon of stone 3x3 ft.
stone marked L F 1-1774. A X on a quartz
rock in place marked B R L F 1-1774 bra
54 deg : inin w K4 ft. Middleton's power
house br n sS deg w about 800 feet US
Li M No 'J. Peck mining district, bra n 55
deg JT, aiin w 47 ft. Thence s 28 deg
247 ft to li l; la Crowned King. Bradshaw
bram-h of Y E R R. 1070ft to wagon road,
'.500 ft to t or X. 2: th. uce'n 62 deg e 300
ft tu s c e. 600 ft to cor No 3; thence n 28
deg w 460 ft to wagon road. 1000 ft to RR,
1500 ft to cor No 4: thence s 62 deg w 300 ft
to nee. 60t! ft to cor No 1. th.- place of be
ginning, survey of exterior boundaries.
Magnetic variation 14 deg e. containing
The location of this mine is recorded in
the Recorder's office of Yavapai county, A.
T.. in book 66 of .'nines, page 491.
Tbe adjoining claim ant is G. W. Middle
ton, with Koetoahi ui.d New York claims,
Any and al! p rsons claiming adversely
any geetfea of eaid Last Found mine or sur
face jrou d are required to file their ad
verse claims ith BM Register of the U. S.
Lind Office . I'rescott, in the Territory of
Arizona, during the sixty days' period of
publication aaaeef, or they will be barred
by virtue" of the proviiors of the statute.
Fen S. Hildrcth, Register.
First publicati.iu Sept. 30 w
Application For Fattent.
C S. Lir.d Office. I
Prescott. A. iz..Oct. 20. 1908.
Notice is Beeeaa g'neu th f-otambiaGoid
or.j ,it.y. l W. C. BMfesaed, its attorney
at fact, range paetagtoa ndiiiss in Prescott,
Ai-izoi.ii.h-is: t application, for a pateat
tar 15U: linear test of Hie Lixaie Lee lode
'riining efcuaa, tv arinj, uold. silver and cop
ter. ia Hmubncj mining district, Yavapai
county. Arizona, aad described in the field
uotrs and oflici.il pi it in this office aa fol
lows: Surrey No. 1833.
B-gi::ning at cor No 1 identical with the
seeorof the cation where is a X-L-L-l-
HbbX cateeit d on a rock ia place showing
35v2 feet above ground, with mound of
etanra, aaeaea merid an corner to sees
and 7. Iwp H n. t I e. bn n 4; deg 22 ruin w
3564 feet. AXBRLL 1 1KB chiseled on
rock in place brs n 3g deg .05 min e 5.9 feet.
AXBRL r. 1-1X33 chiseled on rock in
.J.,..., kr. .. c.. A ,. .mi ,. m -m.
l-KQHo no ... . turn f . . . ... w
- w .ii 1. '. . It,. t U V, .
Tamo :i 21 di 00 1 i: "44 f to corXoJr
8. Thence :. K 1500.5 ft to cor
No 4. Tliecces 21 i! a 00 min e 600 feet to
cor No 1, the place ti beginning.
Variation 14 de eas-. Area 19.833 acres.
This claim is bounded on all sides by
Unittd States land thtre being no known
claims or cL iin:it.ts adjoinintr. The ledge
brs s ceu Oil Bra from EEC 1500 feet.
The notice of location of this claim is of
record in the county recorder's office at
I'rescott. Arizona, in book 25 of mines
pages 403 and 404, recorJs of Yavapai
Any p rsoti holdins adverse claims there
to are reiui red to presenfthe nne before
this office within siity days from the first
day of publication hereof, or they will be
barred by virtue of the provis ons of the
FEN S. HILDiiETH.
First publication Oct. 21 W.
APPLICATION FOR A PATENT.
Cuitcd States Land Offlce, I
Prescott. Arizona. Oct. 20. 1908. (
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance
of Chapter Si., of Title Thirty-Two, of the
Revised Statutes of the I'uiltd States, the
Columbia GoUOaanyaay, by W. C. Baaa
ford. its attorney in facty whose postofnee
si- ! Arizona, has made ap-
; :.... i foe 4451 : in . :r lei t of the "Texae
V 1 .1 .'otic." --Little .lost ph." and "Dave
CVoekett" elaiu . hvarit.g gold .silver and cop
p r. situated in the Humbug mining dia
trict. V.-tYHpnicourti . Arizona Territory'. Min
eral Sun v No. ISC aud described in the
i 01V1.1l j ai .: tie id 1: ti s ou tile in the of
fice of thi I'. .. r of tin- Prescott land dis
trict. AK :oiih. aa follows, to-wit :
ategteaias: with cor No 1 identical with
h corn-r of ihe location and with
corn r No 1 of Dave Crockett lode of this
sury. f where a X-L-J-l-D-C-l-HtfiS is chis
eled on rock ir. place, wrh mound of stones,
w h. :.' bmvM bra co; a, r tt) sees 6 and 7, twp
8 11 r 1 e hrs n 60 deg ii min w 2787 J ft.
A X B K L I-D CJ IggS chiseled 00 rock ia
pbee brs s 12 de20 mil w 17.2 ft. A X B-R-L-J
D C -1-1832 chis. led . n rock in place
brs 71 deg w 7 ft. Thence u 48 cleg 19 min
e 1500 ft lo cor No 2. Thence n 41 deg 41
min . Ml ft to cor No :: Thence 9 48 deg
19ieit w IfJWfl to cor Xo 4. Thence s 41
deg 41 n:iu e 00 ft to cor Xo 1 the place of
Dave 1 uornrTT 1 ' IDC.
Beginr.it g at cor No 1, identical with cor
of location and with cor No 1 of Little
Joseph lode of . is -urv, y hot einhefore de--cril
- .1 whence meridian cor to sees and 7
tWJ I r 1 e. brs n Hidt' !1 miu w 2787.3
ft. Tieucc 3 1 o deg 00 miu w 1500 ft to cor
No 2. Thence n 41 tit g 41 min w 460 ft to
cor No 3 Thei.ee n 70 deg 02 min e 1442.5
ft to cor No 4. I hence s 41 deg 41 min e
iOtl ft to cor No 1 the place of be, inning.
TEXAS Ql'EtW 1. IS.
Begttaaar al ear Hal identical with the
cor of the location and with cor No 4 of LH.
tie Joseph aad i'.ave Criv" TT lideS of this
sur ey her-inbefore described, whence mer
id an cor to sees 6 and 7 twp t- n r 1 e brs n
IS tieg 05 min m 221.".6 ft. Thenc- s 70 deg
02 miu 1442.5 ft to cor No I Thence n 14
deg - 340 ft to cor No Thence n 65 deg
05 min e 1461.2 ft to 0 r X, 1 4. Thence s 14
dec CO i"in e 4ii7 ft to cor No 1 the place of
Variation 14 degrees cast.
Little Joseph lode
Data Crockett l..de...
Texus Queen lode
Total and net area of lode claims 50.248
This claim is located on uunrveyed land,
which tthon surveyed will be in sec 7 twp 8
n. r 1 e. Hut ihiig mining MH ict. Yavapai
county. Arizona, aad the c 'aim is bounded
on all sides by Vu ted States land.
LEDGES The lede on the Little Joseph
iode hrs s 48 deg pi -uia w 15U' ft from E E
r. Tir lodge 011 the Dnvc Crockett lode
brs s 75 deg w 1.500 ft from EEC. The
ledge 011 the Texas Oucc n lode extends from
the E E C to the W E C
NOTICES OF LOCATION.
Notice of location m Little Joseph lode ia
recorded it book 24 of mines, pages 154-196.
Notice tif location of Texas Queen lode ia
recorded 111 book 25 ot miiies. pages 184-186.
Notice of location of Dave Crockett lode
is recorded iu book 27 of mines, pttge 42.
Any and ail persons holding adverse
claims hereto are required to present the
same before this ofriee within sixty days of
the rirst punlication hereof, or they will be
starred by the provis.ous of the United
FLN. S. HILDRETH.
First publication Oct. 21 V.
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