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THE LOCAL NEWS..
-JOT AWI (BONTY j
From Saturday's Daily.
The DeMuDd Lumber company is
erecting some large new lumber sheds
at their yards on North Cortez street.
H. A. Suttle arrived in Prescott to
day from Peoria, 111., to look after
his extensive mining interests in t ln
county. An old soldier by the name ot E.
Dewes left this morning for the Sol
diers' Home near Santa Monica, Cal
ifornia. Cbas. Bauer, who has been in the
Philippines serving as one of Uncle
Sam's flag defenders, has returned to
his home in Prescott.
W. H. Clark, of the Rigby Mining
and Reduction company, returned to
Mayer this morning after spending
several days in Prescott.
Thanksgiving service Congregational
church tomorrow 11 a. m. Sermon by
Rev. H. B. Long, "Nationality and
Meeting Our Responsibility.'
Mrs. Tillie Waggoner left this
morning for Kingman and Williams
"-here'sbe will pay official visitations
to the lodges of Rebekaha in those
A ftoe steam heating plant is being
installed in the new Head block and a
large boiler has Just been received
and will be used to furnish the plant
Dr. W. I. Linn, brother of C. B.
Linn, arrived in Prescott a few days
ago from Mayville, Missouri. He is
thinking some of locating permanent
ly in Prescott.
A letter has been received in this
city from Portland, Oregon, that a
daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Loo Walden last Sunday. Mrs. Wald
en is well known in this city, her
maiden name having been Miss Stap
leton. Toe marriage of Uus Garbarino and
Miss Nellie Wolf was solemnized this
afternoon at two o'clock, by Rev.
Tart, of the Baptist church. Both of
the happy people are residents of this
city, the groom being a fireman in the
employ of the S. F. P. & P. railroad.
The lodge of Pocahontas has sent
for a fine outfit of paraphernalia and
regalia, and expect them to arrive
within the next day or two, so they
can be used for the degree work in the
lodge next Tuesday night. The en
tire outfit cost the lodge about (200
and is said to be a fine outfit.
The Murphy boulevard is certainly
one of the most popular drives that
this part of the territory has ever
had. Recently, since the drive bas
been so extensively used, it has been
found neoeeaary to sprinkle the road
every day in order to keep the du6t
down. The road is thoroughly
sprinkled every afternoon and by
evening when the drivers are out in
full force, the road is as smooth and
free from dust as a floor.
During the past week there have
been several fire drills with the chil
dren and a record of 50 seconds has
been made two or three times in clear
ing the building of every child, the
work being done in perfect order.
These drills are for the purpose of ac
quainting the children with the quick
est method of escaping from the build
ing in case it should catch fire, which
is almost impossible with the present
heating system. But the principal
and teachers like to be on the safe
side of the question.
Mrs. J. C. Fredericks and her
mother, Mrs. Pulliam. returned this
morning from Phenix where Mrs,
Fredericks has been for several days
under the treatment of Mr. Ancil Mar
tin for her eyes. For several months
her eyes hve been growing worse uutil
her sight is almost done, and she went
to Dr. Martin in the hopes that he
could relieve her, but he informed
her that be was unable to remove the
trouble and advised her to go at once
to a noted eye specialist in California,
where she will go in a few days.
J. D. Wakely, Father Quetu, Archie
Grant, Frank Derr and C. E. Gentry
have returned from their hunting trip
in the Mogollon mountains, and they
report having had fine luck in secur
ing game and enjoyed the trip to the
fullest extent. They only killed one
bear, but the supply of ducks and
other wild game was abundant. The
weather was pretty wintery a portion
of the time, as they were at one lake
in the mountains where the ice was
strong enough to bear the weight of a
C. W. Crouse, who was formerly
superintendent of schools in Maricopa
county, passed through Prescott this
morning on bis way to Fort Apache.
Arizona, where he has been in charge
of the Indian schools for the past four
or five years. Mr. Crouse has made
a fine record for the schools since he
has been in charge of that agency.
He has succeeded in getting over 45. -000
worth of improvement added to
the schools, among which are a three
story stone dormitory, electric light
ing plant, power house, water and sew
er systems, etc.
A. J. Oehring arrived in Prescott
on last night's delayed train from
Chicago and went out to the Pickerell
wines, in which be is interested, this
morning. He says the delay of the
west bound passengers yesterday was
not caused by the storms as had been
reported but was caused in part by the
tremendous western travel and partly
on account of a wreck of the east
bound limited at Trinidad, in which
on i Pullman coach and the engine
were ditched. No one was seriously
injured in the wreck except the fire
man aud engineer and their injuries
were slight. He says the train he came
on bad as high as fifteen coaches at
tached and they were crowded to the
vestibules until the motive power of
the train could hardly move the train.
Depends largely on the condition of
the stomach. If this important organ
is allowed to become weak, const i pa
tion develops. Then follow naseau.
sick headache, nervousnes.-. insomnia
and general weakness. To preserve
health there is nothing so good as
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. It will
aid digestion, promote regularity and
cure dyspepsia and constipation. A
trial will convince you of its value.
For sale by druggists.
The western travel is said to be
something amazing, and the overland
trains re almost unable to handle the
people. The Santa Fe is said to have
ordered 55 more engines but it will be
some time before they can be delivered
on account of the great demand for
engines all over the country.
l:rom .londav's Daily.
Father Quetu left for Tucson a few
United States Marshal MrCord came
up from Phenix yesterday.
Miss Shuberl, who has been visiting
in this city for several mouths, left
for ber home iu Indiana this morning.
Mrs. B. D. Billingburst returned
this morning from attending the Fed
eration of Woman's clubs in Tucson.
Mrs. R. K. Sloan aud her two daugh
ters returned on Saturday .night's de
layed train from a two mouths' visit
O. P. Harrington, the well known
mine Oerator, of the liradsbaw moun
tains, is iu town today on a brief
Dr. Nestor A. Young, of Los An
gels, arrived on last night's train for
a short visit to this section on mining
Mrs. Cbas. Chmbers left this morn
ing for Fresno, California, where she
will visit her parents until after
Rev. C. A. Hyatt, who has been as
signed to the pastorate of the M. E.
church south in Prescott, arrived here
The books of the public library are
uow classified, scheduled and number
ed, and are ready for circulatiou.com
A. L. Smith's little son, who has
been having quite a sick spell is re
ported to be improving aud is row
past the danger poiut.
Dr. W. J. Linn, brother ef C. B.
Liuu, the jeweler,arrived here recent
ly aud will engage iu the practice of
his profession having secured offices
iu the Union block on the north side
of the plaza.
Wm. Wolff had a- cancer removed
from bis lip Saturday afternoon.
The operation was preformed by Drs.
Smith, Vount, Fitzsimmons and Tom
linson. On account of the sickness of one of
the catchers of the base ball nines,
the game between the cavalry and in
fantry nines was not played yesterday
There will be a Thanksgiving ser
vice at the Christian Science church
rooms in the Union block on Thurs
day morning at eleven o'clock. All
are invited to attend.
A call has been made for a meeting
of the stock men of the territory to be
held in Phenix on January 4, for the
purpose of organizing a territorial
Mrs. Cbas. Goddard came up from
Phenix this morning to be present as
a witness at the trial of Cota who was
indicted by the grand jury for giving
false testimony iu the Goddard mur
The union Thanksgiving services
will be held this year at the West
Prescott M. E. church, and the ser
mon will be preached at eleven
o'clock a. m. by Rev. Taft. of the
The S. F. P. & P. is putting in a
side tracK about thirteen miles this
side of Ash Fork for the purpose of
allowing the American Fuel company
to load their wood on the cars for
Mrs. J. L. Munds returned yester
day after an absence of three weeks,
during which she attended the meet
ing of the W. C. T. U. convention at
Mesa City aud the Federation club
eonventiou at Tucson.
The v nils of the new Raible build
ing are toing up nicely. The new
sand stone brick is being used and
tbey certainly do look fine. Tluse
brick will make tbis building one of
the prettiest in the city.
The Stephens .. Hoover meat market
has been moved into one of the store
rooms in the new Wilson block on
Aest Gurley street. The new place
B1 be handsomely fitted up and will
make oue of the nicest markets in
A fire destroyed tbe Congregational
church building in Jerome Saturday.
The church bad just been dedicated
on the previous Sunday, Governor
Brodie having assisted in tbe dedica
tion. It bas not been learned what
the loss is.
The "Old Hickory" theatrical troup
passed through Prescott tbis morning
en route trom Fnenix to California
Tbis reminds the people that tbeatri,
cal troups will keep rignt on passing
through" Prescott for the next few
years at the rate tbe opera houses are
now being built.
Mrs. Tom Smith bas entered into a
contract with tbe Woman's Exchauge
to supply ber delicious cakes and sal
ads to it exclusively. Her old pat
rons, and new ones of tbe Exchange,
can secure her goods by leaving orders
at any time at the Exchange or
through telephone 271).
Kev. J. H. Henry, of Flagstaff, who
is at present iu Prescott serving his
country as a juror, occupied the pul
pit of the Methodist church on Sun
day evening, preaching a very able
and practical discourse to a large con
gregatiou. At the conclusion of his
sermon, he sang a solo by request,
accompanying himself on the organ.
Governor K CL Powers arrived in
Prescott on Saturday night's train
for a brief visit here on mining busi
ness. The governor aud his excellent
wife are now very comfortably domi
oiled In a beautiful and well furnish
ed residence of their owu iu Los An
geles. L. M. Thomas, the accommodating
news agent on the S. F. P. P. pas
senger between Ash Fork aud Phe
nix. is back on bis usual run tbis
moruiug after a lay off of a few dcys.
Tb reason of bis lay off was explain
ed wben he informed a Journal-Miner
mall that be bad a fine sou at bis
bouse that his wife had presented him
with one day last week.
Last evening as Wong Hiug, a Chi
nese cook, was walking along Monte
zuma street he suddenly fell on the
sidewalk iu an unconscious condition
and was carried to Chinatown where
be died in a few minutes An iuquot
revealed tbe fact that a clot of blood 1
bad formed in his heart which caused '
R. E. Morrison is iu receipt of a
handsome onyx cane which was sent
him from the territorial prison at
Yuma by Wm. Miles. The cane is one
of the most handsome specimens of
onyx cane that has ever bten brought
to the city, the entire cane tieing made
of a very delicate shade of sea greeu
James C. Maxwell, who died in this
city Thursday night, was buried yes
terday afternoon from tbe family resi
dence, the memlers of the G. A. R.
and Woodmen of tbe World having
charge of the services. Tbe funeral
was oue of tbe largest that has been
seen in this city for many ye&rs.which
was evidence of the high regard iu
which be was held by the ieople of
A uubmer of ladies of Prescott who
are noted for their uperior baking
aud cook lug hive consented to supply
the Woman's Exchange with tbe deli
cious products of their art in that
line. The Exchange will try to have
on baud for sale at all times home
baked goods to add substantially to
the attractiveness and toothsonieness
of tbe family tea or luncheon. Mis.
Geo. Wooster will havo the entire
management of tbe Exchauge.
White Dawson and John H. Nichols
left this morning for their homes iu
Chicago after having spent seveial
days in the Bradshaw mountains look
ing over tbe properties of the Tiger
Gold Mining and Castle Rock Mining
companies, in which tbey are interest
ed. They expressed themselves as
highly pleased with the country and
Mr and Mrs. M. P. Rogers, two
sons and daughter, arrived here from
Springfield, Mo., Saturday night and
will make tbis their future home.
Mr. and Mrs. Rogers are the father in
law and mother in law of Onie Tabor.
Mrs. Rogers was here lest spring aud
took Mr. Tabor's little motherless son
home with ber. The little boy is said
to be greatly improved since thai
A report was in circulation on tbe
street Thursday last that a strike was
on at the mines of the Cedar Valley
Mining company. Miners engaged iu
shaft work demanded four dollars per
day and the demand was not complied
with. Tbe shaft is wet and tbe men
claim that four dollars is the going
wage for this class of work. It is
probable that the matter will be am
icably adjusted. Mohave Miner.
A picture en larger who has been
canvassing tbe town for several day.
is reported to have received a good
thrashing on tbe streets Saturday
uight. Tbe canvasser had visited the
home of Joseph Engle, Jr., on Satur
day, so Mrs. Engle said, and insulted
her. She informed her husband wben
be got home in the evening and after
supper they came down town together
in hopes that tbey might see him.
which they did much to tbe picture
man's sorrow Those who saw tbe scrap
say Mr. Engle gave bim all that was
coming to bim for his insolence.
From Tuesday's Dailv.
Thomas Sutton left tbis morning for
J. S. Johnson, of Mayer, was a
Prescott visitor today.
Mrs. Mary Boweu left this moruiug
for Los Angeles with Harry Ling.
Mrs. J. B. Tomliuson came up on
tbis morning's train from tbe soutb.
District Attorney E. S. Clark left
on this morning's train for Flagstaff.
The public library commenced bus
iness today, it staited in with 1300
J. B. Girand is in town from Catar
act Canyon for a brief visit with his
The Prescott Athletic club will give
a smoker on Wednesday evening of
The jury in the Swing sase were
still out at four o'clock this afternoon
unable to agree.
Tickets for the Fisk jubilee singers
are now on sale at tbe Brisley Drug
Harry Van Alen, of Ash Fork, came
in on last night's train returning
home tbis morniug.
Truck laying on the Phenix x East
ern railroad is progressing at the rate
i of one half mile per day.
Dr. A. H. Easterliug of Atheu.-.
lexas, arrived in Prescott this morn
ing with a view of locating here.
Mr. Havden. the mine operator of
Stanton, returned on Sunday night
from a two months' visit in Los Au
geles. Willis Grander, the leader of the
Eagles band, has been very iU for tbe
past four or five days, but was able to
lie out of bis bed this afternoon.
Miss Inez Morrison Jis expected
home this evening from her visit in
Albuquerque and Santa Fe, having
beeu abseut for about two mouths.
The Ladies Aid of the Congrega
tional church will give a "Toui
Around tbe World" at the irsouagt
on Saturday afternoon and evening.
Tbe territorial grand jury adjourned
this moruiug until December 21.
when some more business will prob
ably be presented for its considera
tion. Hon. A. L. Morrison left this morn
ing for bis home iu Sauta Fe after a
couple of eeks" visit with his sons
and their families in Prescott aud in
cidentally attending United States
A Phenix correspondent says that
there are now on file iu the office of
tbe surveyor general 320 applications
for miniug patents. Such applica
tious are usually filed iu the laud
offices of the territory.
H. J. Allen came in from Jerome
last evening. He says that the coal
strike iu Colorado is seriously affect
ing tbe supply if coke of the United
Verde company, and if it coutinue.-
the company will lie compelled to
close its smelter.
The B:-B. compauv is giving a free
doll show. One of the windows of
their store is devoted entirely to an
exhibit of dolls. They are very ar
tistically arranged aud a crowd can
be seen in front of it admiring the
display at all times.
Among the jurors in attendance ou
the United States court is J. C. Wil
son of Flagstaff, an old time resident
of Prescott. Mr. Wilson came to Pres
cott iu 187ti aud resided here until
181, when he moved to Flagstaff where
be has resided ever since.
Mike Herman, a vetpran of the civil
war, and an old time res ideal of EVet
cott, left this imiruirg lor the sol
diers' home at Santa Maaiea. His
health has leeu failing very rapidly
of late aud it is hoped that the change
of climate may pWM beneficial to
H. C. Vincent, proprietor of tbe
Hotel Congress, yesterday received a
telegram announcing tbe death of his
sister, which sad event occurred iu
London, England. She was visiting
iu England when attacked with ap
pendicitis, aud died as the result of
nn operation. Her home was in To
William Leahy, a member of Mich
igan City, Michigau. lodge of Elks
died iu Mtrcy hospital this morning
about one o'clock. Deceased was only
24 wars of age and had lieen in Pres
cott only a short t ime during which
his comforts were looked after by the
Prescott lodge of Elks, and every
thiug possible was done to make his
last days as comfortable as possible.
Piescott Elks will accompany the re
mains to the railroad station tomor
row moruiug for shipment east.
Special Thanksgiving exercises will
be held on Wednesday atferuoon by
the pupils of the public schools as
follows: The pupils of Miss Strange's
atd Miss Edward.-' rooms will have
exercises iu Miss Edwards' room at
1:30 p. m. Miss Huff's" and .Mirs
Swausou's rooms will have exercises
in Miss Iloff's room at 2:45. At 7:4"
in the evening the pupils of Miss
Lee's room will have their exercises
in the high school buildipg. Patron?
of the schools are all
teud these exercises.
invited to at-
Heury E. Wills, special represent
ative of William Randolph Hearst's
Los Angeles Examiner arrived in Pres
cott ou today's train from Phenix.
Mr. Wills is a sort of advance scout
for the above paper making a trip
through Arizoua. New Mexico and a
portion of Texas acquain'ing himself
with the people and conditions of tbe
territories, and while not making any
special effort towards securing busi
ness be presents tbe advantages of tbe
forthcoming journal to business men
and will accept all business offered to
him . Tbe Examiner will make its
appearance about December 10 and
tbe first issue will be a mammoth
number of over forty pages in which
Arizona will be well represented, as
it will be the policy of the paper to
devote considerable space to this ter
ritory as well as to Southern Califor
No prettier scene can be witnessed
than a gathering of well behaved boys
and girls in the full enjoyment of
playing games and other sports which
pleases the youthful mind. Just
such a picture iu real life could have
been witnessed last uigbt at the resi
dence of Mrs. Rogers on tbe corner of
Pleasant aud Shelton streets. The
occasion of the gathering was Marion
Rogers 13th birthday aud a happier or
mo-e joyous throng could not be assem
bled. Games of all kinds were indulged
inuntil about ten o'clock when refresh
ments were served such as pleases tbe
palate of the boy and girl. The gaaatl
thoroughly enjoyed the evening and
took their departure with many kind
expression for their youthful host.
Master Mariou, and with probably a
secret wish in their hearts that he
could have his birth days come more
The Lawrence. Mass.. Daily Ameri
can has the following concerning the
appearance of the Fisk Jubilee Singers
in that town. "It never makes any
difference what the weather is. people
always go iu battalion? to listen to
the sweet wild slave songs of the
south, and the pieces the best known
and the olde-t, such as "Swing hint.
Sweet Chariot," "Gideon's Band.,"
"Keep me from Siukiug Down." and
"I'm Rolling Through an Unfriendly
World, " are the ones which provoke
the loudest and longest applause, for
they touch the hearts of the iisteners.
who seem to catch the enthusiasm and
excitement of the wild rhapsody, aud
to forget everything else. For the
moment everything is shut out from
:he mental vision except the picture
of rice and cotton fields and the dusky
uation iu their humble t":bius singing
the songs which are uow the property
of the world."
New York. Nov. 24. After a series
of postHinements consuming nineteen
day?, which gave rise to rumors that .
settlement is being arranged, the hear
ing in the proceedings to make per
manent the receivership of the United
States Snip Building company was
resumed here today. Lewis Nixon
was the first witness today. Cbas.
HL Schwab was represented by Max
Pain, his personal counsel. During
his the examination of witness Sam
uel Untermyer, counsel for the bond
holders referred to certain letter!
from Schwab as showing "that Schwab
had bribed or had attempted to bribe
the president of the Ship Ruildiug
company to agree to a plan of reor
ganization which was previously ob
Washington, Nov. 24. The sub
committee of the senate military
affairs committee, consisting of Sena
tors Proctor. Quarles and Pettus. met
today to coutinue tlie investigation of
the charges aeainsr General Wood to
preveut his confirmation as major gen
eral. Fstes G. Rathbones resumed
his testimony in explanation of per
sonal charges. He asked that witnes
ses lie called to testify concerning the
condition of Wood's Santiago act ious
regarding ceitaiu connect iou with E
I. Bellars, whom he alleged he kuew
was an ex-couvicl, also regardiug
charges that presents for Wood and
Mrs. Wood were admitted to Cuba
without the payment of duties.
Chicago, Nov. 24. During the paal
twelve hours the strike syuipat hizei -did
more damage to the car lines than
at any time since siuce the strike be
gau. 1 he wires were cut ou many ol
the cross lowu lines, and all manner
of blockades were put on tbe tracks in
higher piles than ever before. An
other attempt was made today to run
the state street cars. Six trains start
led down town but their progress was
j very slow ou account of spikes being
I driven in the cable slot. The polkM
I were given orders today to ".-boot to
I hifin the event of an attack being
made upon tbe tars.
Omaha. Nov. 24. A sjiecial ttaiu of
nine private cars, carrying oihcials of
the Harriman rysteni, and other rail
loads statred west from here today,
en route to Ogden, near which city
the ceremony attendiug the driving of
the last spike of the Lucin cut off on
the Central Pacific railroad will occur
on Thauksigving day. E. H. Harri
man was a member of the parts'.
WANTKD Faithful person to call
Ion retail trade and agents for luauu
Inclining houscfhaving well establish
ol luisuiess; local Jterritory : straight
I iliuy ftkl paid weekly and expense
i money advanced: Imsines- experience
unnecessary: position permanent:
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SHRINKAGE FROM SOCIALISM.
As long as every American thinks
be bas tbe key to being a millionaire,
no favorable consideration is going to
be received by socialism. Labor as
sembled in convention at Boston de
clared against the "collective" sys
tem of doing the world's work by a
vote of nearly five to one. Every
American wants to be a millionaire,
aud it isn't until he gets to be about
"0 years old and isn't one, that be is
convinced bayokd peradventure that
be can't be one.
It will take a long time to conquer
tbe ideal of Americans, if it Is ever
conquered. There is tbe violence of
independence in their souls. Their
spirit is that of the man who said he
either wanted to live at the Waldorf
Astoria or fry potatoes in a pan in the
woods. No middle, mediocre, potter
ing life with humdrum tasks and
humdrum people, keeping books,
measuring sheeting, sticking pins or
raising pigs. Each would be a null
oinaire or a pirate anything with
enthusiasm in it: aud socialism is so
nneuthusiastic. As a last resort of
this thing making world it may be
contemplated, but only as a last re
sort. We have tbe fetters Jon each leg
aud oue arm manacled now. Will not
socialism shackle us entire?
Socialism promises to fill all stom
achs and clothe all backs. For this
it demands the right to set your tasks
for you. But freedom may prefer to
go hungry. At least it is willing to
run the risk. When those who have
are prepared to accept a master in
their daily life for the sake of making
their humbler fellow creatures com
fortable, altruism may point to social
ism as the only way. But it seems to
close the door of hope for those who
seek to live their lives "to suit their
own ideas. Globe-Democrat.
After a caucus of three and a half
hours tbe democratic members of the
United States senate were forced to
admit that they were hopelessly di
vided on the question whether they
should oppose the administration in
reference to the canal treaty with
Panama. While all of them regretted
to let pass the opportunity of de
nouncing the administration for its
hasty recognition of Panama, they
recognize that there is an almost uni
versal sentiment throughout the
southern states iu favor of a canal, as
the southern people believe they could
get higher prices for their cotton and
cotton goods, if tbe canal were built,
and for tbis reason enough southern
democratic senators will support the
treaty with Pauama, to iusure it the
necessary two thirds .njority, cv. i
though some of the n '.'.. ;. reiia
tors should refuse to ' iltow their
party. As the senate is at present con--tituted,
the -republicans need three
of the democratic votes in order to
get a two thirds majority, which is re
quired for the ratification of the
treaty. As a large number of the mi
nority senators ill vote for the treaty
with Panama, tbe president is certain
of the support of the senate.
The telegraph, a few days since,
contained tbe news of the suicide, by
drowning, of Carl Bouquist, at Madi-.-ou,
Wisconsiu, while he was serving
as a juror. From statements made
by his wife, and other information re
garding events preceding his suicide,
it develops that the juror was practi
cally talked iuto iusanity aud suicide
by ex -Senator Vilas aud John M.Oliu,
ittorneys iu the case on which be was
a juror. They bad argued it for two
weeks and even the suicide of the jur
or has not stepped tbem and other fa
talities may result as tbey are still
A complete shoe factory in opera
tion, illustrating the many improve
ments iu tbe art of shoe making and
!he latest machinery for all the minor
lei a 1 1 work will be shown in the
Manufacturers Building at the World's
Pair. Skilled and rapid operators
rill have charge of the shoe machinery
and shoe will also be on exhibition.
According to the report of the adju
'aut general, the regular army now
consists of 55. ' 1 1 men and 3t81 offl
Mt The uuited strength of the state
militias amounts to 10,542. Fourteen
thousand six hundred and sixty seven
regular troops are now stationed in
All tbe laud held by the religious
orders in the Philippines will prob
ably be bought by our government
for .o.000,u00. This will put an end
to one of the most aggravating ques
tions concerning the islands.
A New York paer safely declares
that if the right candidate is nomin
ated ou tbe right platform and gets
the right number of votes, the dem
ocratic party may win next year.
Three New York papers, the Ameri
can, the Journal aud Das Morgan
Journal are booming William Ran
lolph Hearst for tbe presidency.
Hearst owns tbem all.
Tbe president is much pleased with
the success of the recent army man
euvers and will recommend to con
gress lilieral appropriations for their
Many Southerners will not join
their state militia for fear that tbey
might some day be forced to serve
imder a negro officer.
The following is the daily report of
instruments tiled in the couuty re
corder's otnee, as reported by the
I'rescott Title Company:
"ovember III. Joseph F Besch lo-
cates Christopher aud Moutaiheaio
n me-. Humbug district.
Mathew .Ninimo to Ed w Wells, ex
tension on Vhletti and Bettie mines.
Decree of distribution of estate of
W F. Dewees. deceased, to heirs, be
ing lots in Kutledge addition to Je
rome. J S Johnson to Mrs S B Mayer, deed
to part of placer claims Nos. 1 aud 2,
M T Broaded to T N Sheffield, re-
Mr M J Scouller files a of a work
on Logan No. I mine. Cherry Creek
J K Watson to Robt Campbell, deed
to half of "ew Year mine, Bigbug dis
trict. Wilbur Treadwell and wife to Erwin
I) Treadwell, deed to Scroll, Royal,
and Lucky Boy mines, Bigbug dis
trict. Gus Moe and wife to Geo. A Tread
well Mining Co, deed to Pasture and
Bunker Hill mines, and ten acres, oue
mile east of Mayer, $1000.
Isaac S Pendarvis to James II Pat
rick, deed to lot 1, sec 24, and lot 5
sec 13 14 n 4 e and a sixth of Eureka
M Goldwater A Bros vs Elizabeth
Thompson attachment on lots 8, 9, 10,
blk 25 Prescott.
November 18. Commercial Mining
Co to Geo A Treadwell Mining Co,
deed to Boggs, Hack berry, Mattie
Star placer, etc, mines, Bigbug dis
Annie B Oenny and husband to Os
car O'Neal, release of mortgage.
John McKinuon to R J Niles, deed
to eighth of Margin No 2, aDd quar
ter of Dale, Way light, etc, mines,
R J Niles to John McKiDnon. deed
to above interest in mines.
8 M Roblett to Gold Tunnel Co,
deed to Last Chance mine, Walker
Geo W Hance to Mrs P J Reddick,
bill of sale to cattle and horses.
R M Dougherty to Cadillac Mining
Co, deed to Ida, Laurita, Golden,
Privateer, etc, mines. Pine Grove dis
James H Reeves to E W Monroe,
deed to lot 4, sec 1, 13 n 4 e, and lots
6 and 7, sec 6, 14 n 5 e, $500.
F D Barr vs Alex Thompson and
wife, attachment on lots 8, 9, 10, blk
American Gold and Copper Co lo
cates Alpha mine, in Bigbug district.
November 19. F Scopel and wife to
J M McHenry, deed to lots 12 and 14,
blk 22, Prescott, 1750.
Sam Franklin to L C Niekerson,
deed to Bull Hill, Good Hope and
Better Times mines, Blue Tank dis
trict. I P Burnett files a of a work on Red
Gantlet mine, Peck district.
L N Lowell locates Tedey mine,
Agua Fria district.
November 20. Hank Parari locates
Tartar mine, Tiger dist.
W B Willis et al file a of a work on
Long Tom et al. mines. Mint Valley
T H Zeigler locates three mines in
T J Nolan files a of a work on Ex
celsior mine, Ha.-suynmpa district.
Walker Miners" Union No 65 to C
C and A Stukey, deed to Water Witch
Nos 1, 2 and 3 ft al mines. Walker
November 21. Ed W Wells and wife
to G T Tisdale and wife deed to lot
10, blk 5, Prescoft, con $500.
W L Osborn, trustee, to Turkey Mg
Co deed to Commercial, Niles, Etha
linda mines, Turkey Cieek dist.
T F Hudson to Turkey Creek Mg
Co deed to Ouset. Diamond et al
nines. Turkey Creek district.
Fd Brann et al locate W L mine.
Estate of T W Johnson deceased, to
Mrs Su Johnson ct al, decree of dis
tribution lot 0, bl' 1, Prescott, etc.
David Scott to J (J Glenn release of
mtg on cattle, con $1000.
November 23. A Armbuster to Wm
Ahlert. m deed, one half Daisie Boy
et al.. Hassayampa district, $5000.
J E Surritt locates Misery mine,
J A Strattou et al incoiporate Wy
andotte Gold Mining Co, capital stock
Dividend Gold M Co to Dividend
Consolidated Gold Mines Co, m deed,
Ttconderoga, etc, Big Bug district.
United states to W J March, pat
ent, sw OM half, sea 4. 14 n, 3 w.
R D White aud E E Taylor, to Iva
Alice White, q c deed, Pay Car, On
tario, et al.. Mineral Point district,
Amendment to articles of incorpo
ration Pan-American M and S Co.
H Merman to F G Brecht, q c deed
lot 5, part lot 3, block K. Prescott,
W C Potts and wife to C C Kceler,
w deed, lots 19-20, block Moeller
Wm Tbeising locates three mines.
Black Canyou aud Peck districts.
Chicago and return '385, St. Louis,
Mo., 177, Kansas City, St. Joe and
Atchison, ro.",. on sale daily, return
limit nine months from date of sale.
Grand Canyon excursions Dates of
sale every Tuesday; return limit sixty
days; rate, $11.40.
Saturday excursions to Phenix
Dates of sale every Saturday, return
limit 60 days, rate 99.
Steamship tickets to all points in
Europe, South Africa and Australia.
For rates, sailing dates, etc., call at
Burke hotel city passenger office.
Tbe California Limited daily train
service will be resumed Sunday, No
vember 29, 1903, l et ween Chicago and
Second class, continuous passage
tickets Bake r.-ti eld to San Francisco
inclusive on sale tiutil Nov. 30th.
Fare from Prescott 827.10.
Colonist rates from the east to Cal
ifornia and Arizona points are now in
effect, aud until Nov. .'10th. The fare
from eastern points w ill be as as fol
ows: Chicago, 33; Mississippi
Kiver, ?30; Missouri River, fcJTi.
Hereafter tbe S. F. P. Jk P. R. R.
will sell tickets Prescott to Meatb.
Date Creek, Mayer and intermediate
stations, to hunters, on Saturdays
aud Sundays at one fare for the round
trip; good returning until tbe follow
The territorial federation of Worn
en's Club, Tucson. A. T. One fare
for the round trip, ou certificate plan
on sale Nov. l(i, 17 and 18.
Holiday excursions. One fare for
round trip, between all stations ou
this line, ou sale Dec. 24th and 2.th,
December 31st and January 1st, 1901,
return limit Jan. 5, WM,
J. W. Kraemer,
City Passenger Agent.
MADE YOUNG AGAIN.
"Oue of Dr. King's New 'Life Pills
each night for two weeks bas put me
iu my 'teens' again." writes D. H.
Turuer of Dempseytown, Pa. They're
the best in the world for liver, stom
ach rfud bowels Pure vegetable.
Never gripe. Only 2iio at all drug
gists. THANKSGIVING DAT
One fare for round trip to all sta
tions on S. F. P. Jt P. railroad. On
sale Nov. SB and 26. Good returning
WANTED. A trustworthy geutle
man or lady in each county to manage
business for an old established house
of solid financial standing. A straight,
bona fide weekly salary of $18 paid by
check each Monday with all expenses
direct from headquarters. Money ad
vanced for expenses. Enclose address
ed envelope. Manager, 360 Ca.xtou
Bldg., Chicago. 9-30 16w
Foley's Honey and Tar always stops
the cough aud heals tbe luugs. Re
fuse substitutes. Brisley Drug Co.
MINING OH THE
Great Activity Reported
On Barren Plains.
Anticipation of Railroad Construc
tion Acts as a Great Stimnlns
to the Industry.
Harrisburg, Nov. 21. (Special Cor
respondence. ) Much mining activity
is noticeable throughout the desert
section at present. It is simulated
somewhat by the increasing rumors of
immediate railroad construction but
principally by the fact that there ar
many properties of merit loated all
through tbis section. Only a few ot
them can be even vaguely mentioned
in one article, as it would require tbe
full capacity of a larger sized daily
than tbe Journal-Miner to enumerate
all the mines of note situated in this
section. It is the purpose of this
communication to merely call the at
tention of tbe reading public to the
interest taken by many men to this
particular section of the desert.
Jno. Cuff and Martin De Vini are
working a group of claims twenty
miles e-'?t of Harrisburg. They have
several shafts. All showing a fine
body and good grade of ore. Thev
have on their dumps some high grade
shir ping ore.
About fifteen miles soutb of this
property Hiram Griffin and Bill Bear
are working the Black Diamond group
for which a deal is now pending with
a party of Texas capitalists. This
property is reputed to be of an excel
lent showing. The ore is a copper
silver orerarrying some gold. They
have on one dump from a thirty foot
shaft about ten tons of this ore with
a value of more thaa $100 per ton.
Many other surface showings give in
dications of very promising results for
Quinn and Scales are now working
their Hercules group situated one
mile north from their ten stamp mill
at Harrisburg aud is too well known
to need further mention in this ar
ticle. It was one of tbe first pro
ducers of this district. Mr. Quinn is
also working his property soutb and
adjoining tbe famous Bonanza mine.
Frank Fitzsimmons has a claim lo
cated east from the Bonanza and has
done considerable developing during
the past ten months. He now has a
shipment already sacked on tbe dump.
His ore resembles very much the rich
ore taken term tbe famous Harqua
Hala mines. From about forty pounds
of rock he took $4.90 in coarse gold.
Jake Long is also interested in this
vicinity and is doing his annual as
sessment work now. Tom Marsh nod
Joe L. Dougherty have developed a
tlue showing in two groups of claims.
Kach group consists of several claims.
A great amount of high grade ore bas
been taken from theee claims. They
are called the Argonaut and the Bigs
The lluacavars, nrir Cunningham
pass is also tbe ceuter ot a consider
able mining activity.
McDonald and Enos are working
several properties and brought to town
a few days since -amples of very fine
ore from the On Cobra group owned
by Iowa capitalists. A contract has
been let to sink 100 feet on tbe Edna
The Gold Hill property owned by
Wilkinson and Joseph is showing
fine and a shipment of ore is now be
iug taken out. T. H. Finigan is now
in camp making preparations to be
gin work on tbe Bell Crown group.
The ore of tbis group is said to be a
very high grade, aud bids fair to rank
with the big producers in tbe near fu
ture. The expectation is to act at
once. place two hoists on this property
aud push development as fast as pos
sible. Joe Towes is taking out aud arastra
ing bigb grade ore from his property
near the Bell Crown.
Wm. Beckman is working the Delta
group five miles west frum the Pass.
California people are working and in
t. rested with him. A 100 foot shaft
is being sunk on this property.
Mickey Dolan is working bis claims
near tbe above property and reports
credit him with some very rich ore.
He brought a specimen of ore to town
recently said to be very rich.
Dr. Geer, so it is reported, will iu a
few days begin work ou his mauy
properties in tbis section. Tbe doctor
bas a great many valuable holdings
throughout tbis vicinity aud bas faith
in their .ultimate development.
Jack Arnold is expected here in a
few days to begin work on his proper
ties. John B. Martin has been doing some
development on bis properties lying
between Harrisburg and Cnllins well
and about four miles north from the
Socorro property. Tbe ore taken out
was of such a grade as to require haul
ing to Harrisburg and storing in his
ware house which speaks well for it.
Otis K. Young of Pittsburg, Pa.,
(aid a visit to tbis section a few days
since aud inspected bis Casta Entry
group consisting of four claims show
ing bodies of ore carrying fiom It! to
40 per cent lead, $20 gold and some
silver. Tbis property has several hun
dred feet of development done. The
showings so far developed gives it the
ear marks of making a big producer.
A great deal cuuld be written of
this country. Abundance of water
can be developed. Several under
ground channels are known to nM
with a large flow of water from teu to
thirty feet from the surface and could
with assistance of some capital be
raised and made to flow ou tbe surface
and put on thousands of acies of till
Mr. Reed on bis ranch one mile be
low Harrisburg bas raised tbis season
several tous of potatoes, sweet pota
toes, cabbage and in fact all kinds of
He raises his water
by pumping from ten to twenty five
feet. Besides baviug plenty of water
to irrigate an alfalfa field, grain crop j
and garden be bas watered several
hundred bead of stock. Still there
are people who insi-it that there is no
water on the desert.
With tbe advent of the new railroad
no doubt borne seekers will take ad
vantage of tbe opportunities tbis
county affords. This water will all
utilized and homes found for tbous
ands of families. No finer climate
exists. There are no bad seasons and
it is always healthy, at an altitude of
from 1400 to 1700 feet. There are good
roads plenty of fuel and abundance
of water and tine pasturage. What
more is wanted to make good homes.
Tbe steady development of mines in
this section would furnish a home
market for all farm products raised.
Washington. Nov. 19. The Fanners'
National hank of Henrietta, Texas,
was closed today by direction of tbe
comptroller of tbe currency. Miller
Weir, the National Bank examiner,
was appointed temporary receiver.
Tbe Indiana National Bank of Elk
hart, was also closed and Bank Exam
iner C. H. Boswortb was appointed
Cheyenne, Wyo., Not. 19. Got.
Cbattertou has received a letter
threatening him with death unless he
commutes tbe sentence of Tom Horn
who is to be hanged here tomorrow for
the murder of Willie Nickell. The
latter declares that the (governor will
not live twenty four hours after tbe
execution of Horn.
Tom Horn today confessed to the
Rev. Ira D. Williams that be was
guilty of the murder of Willie Nickel,
tbe crime for which he is condemned
to hang tomorrow.
Washington, Not. 19. Miss Mae
Wood, the post office department clerk
who some time ago obtained indefin
ite leave of absence "to attend a sick
aunt," and who was it New York at
the time of Senator Piatt's wedding
for the purpose, it was reported, of
bringing action against the senator for
breach of promise, was called on yes
terday by Postmaster General Payne
to explain within three days ber "ab
sence without leave." Before Miss
Wood went to New York she lived in
a back room of a downtown boarding
house. Since her return to Washing
ton, some two weeks ago, she has oc
cupied a suite of rooms at tbe Nor
mandie hotel. She has made no at
tempt to take up ber work in the pest
Bogota. Tuesday, Not. 17. The
Colombian goTernment will protect
the American legation and American
interests here. It is feared there will
be a demonstration against them.
Davenport. England, Not. 19. The
torpedo boat destroyer Falson, col
lided in the channel during the night
with a fishing smack, sinking tbe lat
ter. The eleven bands on board were
all drowned. The Falson's bow was
smashed, and one of her crew was
Washington. Not. 1:' It has been de
cided that the Panama canal treaty
shall be ratified by Panama. Tbe com
mission which arrived here last night
1 will sail
December 1 for that state.
aud it is expected that between De
cember 7 and 10 tbe treaty will be rat
ified. Kalkaska. Mich., Not. 19. By an
explosion of dynamite in a burning
store today at Shearon three men
were killed aud a fourth injured fa
tally. Menardville, Tex., Not. 19. There
is considerable excitement here over
tbe report tbat the long lost Bowie
gold mine, which is said to have con
tained ore of fabulous richness, has
been rediscovered. A prospector has
brought in a large piece of gold bear
ing quartz, which is said to have been
aieu from the . -t mine. The prop
erty is situated near Menardville.
Cheyenne, Wyo., Nov. 20. Tom
Horn n:i- h.riticd at eleven o'clock
today. No attempt at rescue was
made. The execution passed off quiet
ly. John Coble, Horn's old employ
er, was permitted to see the condemn
ed man in jail. Tbe two men shook
bauds and bade each other an effect
ing farewell. Coble was completely
overcome. Horn made no speech nor
confession ou th scaffol-l aud never
lost his nerve. Xht execution was
witnessed by forty per-ous, iucluding
tbe guards, friends cf Horn aud news
paper men. Tom Horn was born in
Missouri Nov. 2!, 1S60. He was a cele
brated army scout. Indian fighter and
cattle detective. He was a scout in
charge of tbe party which captured
Geroniino and one of tbe chief scoots
under Geueral Miles in tbe Porto Rico
Youngstown, Ohio. Nov. 20. Early
today tbe casing in tbe Vtilsou avenue
sewer gave way aud buried six work
men underneath ten f. et of sand and
gravel killing two aud fatally injur
ing two more.
Salt Lake, Not. 20. Peter Morten
sou, the slayer of James R. Hay. was
shot to death iu the southeast passage
cf tbe state peuitentiary yard at teu
o'clock tbis morniug. Mortenson re
tained his nerve to the last. He walk
ed to tbe chair placed against the
stone wall of the yard without hesi
tation. He was killed instantly,
four bullets from tbe rifles of the
shooting -piad concealed behind a
screen in tbe doorway of the I. lack --tnith
shop, piercing a white target
pinned over his heart. He maintained
hi innocence to the last.
Washintgoii. Nov. 20. Major Estes
G. Ratbboue. formerly director of
posts ill Cuba, was given a hearing to
day by tbe senate committee on mili
tary affairs, wbich is investigating tbe
charges agaijst ien. Leonard Wood in
opposition to bis confirmation as a
Nearly the entire time was given to
Hath- one who reiterated tbe charges
aud statements made following bis
trial for tbe alleged Cuban postal
Louisville, Ky.. Nov. 20. A fire
early today destroyed the old Masonic
temple, occupying half a block in the
center of tbe business district. Tbe
loss was about a quarter of a million
dollars. The fire is supposed to have
staited in n theater in the building.
C Ion, Nov. 20. The Panamaia
commission conferred at length with
the Colombian commission, beaded by
(ien. Reyes, wbich arrived here yes
terday from Savanilla on the French
steamer Canada. Tbe Pacamaians re-
fu-ed everv overture, declaring that
their position was irrevocable, and
said they wouM not receive any fur
ther committees from Colombia unless
she recoguized the republic of Pana
ma. Gibralter, Nov. 20. The Columbia,
the nineteen foot sailing boat in
which Capt. Ei?enbrawn left Boston
August 11, last, alone, bas arrived
Omaha. Neb., Nov. 21. - Major (ien.
John C. Hates, commanding the de
partmeut cf Missouri, today turned
over the department of Missouri to
the new commander. Major (ieneral
S. S. Summer. It is understood that
the piesideut bas ordered Hates to
visit Cidorado to investigate tbe strike
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(Please motion this paper. )
Application For a Patent.
U. Land Office. Prescott, Arizona. I
Sept 23. 1MB. I
Notice is hereby given that R. J. Schwan
beck, whose poetomce address is Middleton,
Arizona, has this day filed his application
for a patent for 1500 linear feet of the Last
Found mine or vein, bearing precious met
als, with surface ground 600 feet in width,
situated in Peck Mining District, Yavapai
county. Arizona Territory, and designated
by the field notes and official plat on file in
this office as Survey No. 1774, approximately
in Tp 10 n, R 1 e. O A S R M, said survey
No. 1774 being as follows:
Beginning at cor No 1, the nw cor of loca
tion, a porphyry stone 5x15x24 ins set one ft
in ground, alongside a moo of stone 3x3 ft,
stone marked L F 1-1774. A X on a quarts
rock in place marked B R L P 1-1774 bra a
54 deg 30 rnin w 64 ft. Middleton's power
house brs n 88 deg w about 800 feet C S
L M No 2. Peck mining district, bra n 56
deg 27 min w 6479 ft. Thence 28 dag
247 ft to R R to Crowned King. Bradshaw
branch of P 4 E R R. 1070ft to wagon road,
1500 ft to cor No 2; thence n 62 deg e 300
ft to s c e. 600 ft to cor No 3; thence n28
deg w 460 ft to wagon road. 1000 ft to RR.
1500 ft to cor No 4; thence e 63 deg w 300 ft
to n c e, 600 ft to cor No 1, tbe 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 mines, page 491.
Tbe adjoining claimant is G. W. Middle
ton, with Boetonia and New York claims,
unsu rveyed .
Any and all persons claiming adversely
any portion of said Last Found mine or sur
face ground are required to file their ad
verse claims with the Register of the C. S.
! Land Office at Prescott, in the Territory of
Arizona, during the sixty days' period of
publication hereof, or they will be barred,
by virtue of the previsions of the statute.
Fen S, Hildreth, Register.
First publication Sept . 30 -w
Application For Pattent.
U. S. Land Office, I
Prescott. Ariz., Oct. 20. 1903. f
Notice is hereby given the Colombia Gold
Company, by W. C. Bnsbford. its attorney
in fact, whose postoffice address in Prescott,
Arizona, has made application for a patent
for 1500 linear feet of the Lizzie Lee lode
mining claim, bearing gold, silver and cop
per, in Humbug mining district, Yavapai
county. Arizona, and described in the field
cotes and official plat in this office as fol
lows: Survey No. 1833.
Beginning at cor No 1 identical with the
s e cor of the location where is a X-L-L-l-1:!3.
chiseled on a roc iu place showing
3x52 feet above ground, with inoand of
stones, whence merid an corner to seasS
and 7, twp 8 n. r 1 c. brs n 49 deg 22 min
3554 feet. A X B R L L 1-1833 chiseled on
rock in place brs n 30 deg .06 min e 5.9 feet
A X B R L L 1-1833 chiseled on rock 1k
place brs n 52 deg 20 min w 6 feet. Thence
s 69 de 00 min w 1500 feet to cor No 2.
Thence n 21 deg 00 min w 544 ft to cor No
3. Thence n 67 d- g 15 min e 1500.5 ft to oor'
No 4. Thence a 21 deg 00 min e 600 feet to.
cor No 1, the place of beginning.
Variation 14 deg east. Area 19.838 acres.
This claim is bounded on all aides by
United States land, there being no known
claims or claimants adjoining. The ledge
brs a 6!) deg CO min w from EEC 1500 feat.
The notice of location of this claim is of
record in tbe county recorder's office at
Prescott. Arizona, in book 25 of mines,
pages 403 and 404, records of Yavapai
Any persons holding adverse claims there
to are required to present the same before
this office within sixty days from the first
day of publication hereof, or they will be
barred by virtue of the provisions of the
FEN S. HILDRETH,
First publication Oct. 21 W.
APPLICATION FOR A PATENT.
United States Land Office,
Prescott, Arizona, Oct. 20, 1903.
Mouce is hereby given that in
of Chapter Six. of Title Thirty-Two, of the
Kevised statutes of the L nited States, the
Columbia Gold Company, by W. C. Bash
ford, its attorney in fact, whose poetomce
address is Prescott. Arizona, has made ap
plieatioa for 44 : 1 2 Hdch feet of the "Texas
Qai ca lode." "Little Joseph." and "Dave
Crockett" claims bearing goid.silver and cop
per, situated in tbe Hum bag mining dis
trict. Yavapai county. Arizona Territory, Min
eral Survey No. Is32. and described in the
officisl plat and field notes on file in the of
fice of the Register of the Prescott land dis
trict. Arizona, as follows, to-wit:
Beginnir.- with cor No 1 identical witfc
the -outh corner of the location and with
corner N'o 1 of Dave Crockett lode of this
survey where a X-L-J-l-D-C-1-1832 is chis
eled as rock in place, wit b mound of atones,
whence meridian corner to sees 6 and 7, twp.
8 n r 1 e brs n 60 deg 11 uiin w 2787.3 ft.
A X B-R-LJ D-C-l 1832 chiseled on rock in
place brs s 12 deg 20 min w 17.2 ft. A X B-R-LJ-D-C-l-lf32
chiceled on rock in place
brs s 71 deg w 7 ft. Tbence n 48 deg 19 min
e 1500 ft to cor No 2. Thence n 41 deg 41
min w fiOtl ft to cor No 3. Thence s 48 deg
19 min w 1500ft to cor No 4. Tbence s 41
deg 4i min e 600 ft to cor No 1 tbe place of
i) avi raoriETT lods.
Beginning at cor No 1. identical with cor
of lucat'oa and with cor No 1 of Little
Joseph lode of this survey hereinbefore de
scribed whence meridian cor to sees 6 and 7
twp 8 n r 1 e. brs n 60 dtg 11 min w 2787.3
It. Thence 75 dtir 00 min l vm ft tn
No 2. Thence n 41 deg 41 min w 460 ft to
cor No 3 Thence n 70 deg 02 min e 1442.5
rt to o.r .v 4. 1 hence 8 41 deg 41 mm e
600 ft to cor No 1 the place of beginning.
TEXAS IJIILX LODS.
Beginning at cor No 1 identical with tbe
cor of the location and with cor No 4 of Lit
tle Joseph and Dave Crockett lodes of this
survey hereinbefore described, whence mer
idian cor to sees 6 and 7 twp S n r 1 e brs n
65 deg 06 min w 2215.6 ft. Tbence s 70 deg
02 min w 1442.5 ft to cor No 2. Thence n 14
deg w 340 ft to cor No 3. Thence n 65 deg
05 min e 1461.2 ft to cor No 4. Tbence s 14
deg 00 min e 467 ft to cor No 1 he place of
Variation 14 degrees east.
Little Joseph lude...:
Dave Crockett lode. . .
Texus Queen lode
Total and net area of lode claims 50.248
This claim is located on ansa rveyed land,
which when surveyed will be in sec 7 twp 8
n. r 1 e. Humbug mining district. Yavapai
county, Arizona, and the c' n:u is bounded
on all sides by United States land.
LEDGES The ledge on the Utile Joseph
iode brs 8 48 deg 19 miu v 1500 ft from E E
C. The ledge on the Dave Crockett lode
brs s 75 deg w 1500 ft from EEC. The
(edge on the Texas Queen lode extends from
theEECtothe W EC
NOTICES OF LOCATION.
Notice of location of Little Joseph lode is
recorded in book 24 of mines, pages 194-196.
Notice of location of Texas Queen lode is
recorded in book -5 of mines, pages 184-186.
Notice of location of Dave Crockett lode
is recorded in book 27 of mines, page 42.
Any and all 1 1 reons holding adverse
claims hereto are required to present the
same before this office within sixty days of
the first publication hereof, or they will be
barred by the provisions of the United
FEN. S. HILDRETH.
First publication Oct. 21 W.
W. T. HALL
North Cortez St., Near Depot.
General repairing of all kinds
including care of Automobiles
Bicycles For Sale.