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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1008.
Lieut, Yount Delivers
Address on Camp
tKrnni Hfttunlity's Dnllyf
Tim armory building win thn acann
f ti very pleasant social affair hint
sight, thi' occasion being a smoker
jrlvon by Company B of tho Arizona
Kalionnl (inaril to tin- member of tin
Prosrott Military organization.
Lieutenant C. B. Yount delivered an
iatorustcd uddrcss nil thu uxpcrioncos
f thi rillo tram of tin' Arizona Na
tional (iuanl at tho national riflo shoot
kold in ('amp Perry, where tlm Arizona
riflo team advanced to thirty-fifth
place, going ''K'hL butter than at tho
tttionul rilli' shoot of 1007.
Lieutenant N". A. Vyne told of thn
itdveuturgcs of the Arizona battalion at
ttio encampment at Camp Atuscadero
and Lieutenant Nod Mitohnll gruphi
calTy described the encampment of thn
guard at Camp Kibhey hi Phoenix,
where the Arizona battalion was se
lectod to go to Camp Ataoaiiro.
If. J. Tilli'y favored the military men
with a recitation nml song which whet
ted thu appetites of all for it delicious
lunch served at 10::iO o'clock.
A pleasant hour was spent after re
freshments were served relating stories
ANORY WOMAN SHOOTS,
KILLINO HER VICTIM
fllobe, Nov. . d. W. Weaver, the
well known driver of tho ('upper Kill
stage, was hIioI and iiiHtantly killed
Monday night by .Mm. Hmina Hcxsler
at. about S o'cloek, at the home of MrK.
Hrssler's mother, Mrs. Scott, TT7
IJruinl vitrei. When !een at the eiiuuly
jail, almost immediately after the
shooting, Mm, Messier xiiid that "I"1
had shot Weaver in her own defense,
as, after repeated previous insults, he
bad followed hor into her mother's
liouso aud there attempted personal vio
lenco upon her.
Hroad street was filled with typical
va of election crowds, especially to
wards thn courthouse. Knots of men
ware gathered here and there, discuss
ing political topic and the chances of
the several candidates, and the Kiradn
n i t n way to the republican meeting
at Dreamland had paused by but u few
A shot was heard, but o mufflnd and
uncertain wn the sound that scarcely
anyone knew whence it came.
Town Marshal Anderson was in thn
act of stepping off the curb into the
street at the southeast eorner of Ilroad
and Cedar streets, loss than a hundred
feet from thn spot, wheu hn heard the
xsport, and, deceived, like scores of
then as to thn direction, started down
Into th" basement of thn Trust building
when a Mexican ran up to him and told
him that a man had just been killed in
the Scott rooming Iioum.
Hurrying to the building indicated,
the town mnrshal found Weaver lying
on his back in the brightly lighted hall
of the Scott hou.se, in plain view of the
street, his head toward the street, his
arms outstretched. At thn rear of th"
hall Mood Bmmct (Jnynor, u son of Mm.
Scott, und Mrs. Messier was standing
partly in thn door of onn of thn rooms
opening in thn rear of thn hall.
Weaver was already dead us the
marshal stooped over him, although a
little whiln later home one claimed
that bin pulse, was still boating.
"Who did thlsf" remanded the of
ficer as hn arose, from his examination
of the fallen man.
Por uwhiln there was no answer. Tho
ipiestlou was repeated to Kmmctt (lay
nor, but he only replied with a demand
that the marshal seareh the dead man,
which was done,
"Who did thisf" aiiiu spoke thn of.
" I shot him," declared Mrs. Messier,
stepping from the door in which she
had been partly hidden, and from her
retlculo sho produced a .'ICcnllbrn Har
rington & Richardson revolver, which
she handed to Marshal Anderson. A
hasty examination of thn weapon show.
h1 that but onn chamber had been dis
charged, thn bullet taking effect in thn
man's mouth, breaking thn upper front
tenth on Its way to thn brain, where Jt
lodged, but only barely cutting tho
upper lip und leaving no outward mark,
wivu a slight powder bum on tho lips.
VALIDITY Of LITIOATION
(From Fridays Dally.)
Thn recent agitation against tho for
estry mirvlco on thn ground that It In-
terferen with the rights of citizen to
prospect for minerals iijhiii tho public
domain, naturally summons one's at
lentiou to the I'nited States statutes
i healing ujMjn thiyin rights. From the
ery fouudat.'iu of tho government,
taking it i-un from the enininnti law
and thi; I'listiims of Bnglniitl, thn tin
tional legislature has invested in the
citizen us sovereign the rights in all
minerals undnrlyiug the public lands,
subject, of course, to tho statutes of
thn I'liifed State. Consequently, with
out congressional act, the setting apart
of a forest reserve cannot prohibit the
citizen from laying Halm to such min
erals. Tho only restrictions under
which hn mint labor nre comprehended
in the terms of the statutes affecting
the location of mineral claims.
The iuteietl at the moment, there
fore, resides in the question as to what
constitutes it valid location. Muni
fiHtly, a prospector cannot assert
rights in a forest reserve that hn
could not legally assert upon any other
portion of the public domain, though
some of thn critic of tho forestry ser
vice apparently believe that this
should happen. What the foresters
have aimed at is the enforcement of
the law, und this they do not them
selves accomplish, save by bringing
evasions of the law to tho department
of tho interior. It is largely because
tho department of the interior Suds
it well nigh impossible to pro'vent un
warranted or pretended locutions lu
other regions that thn vigilance of thn
forest ly bureau has been reproved as
It so happens that a nice statement
of what constitutes a valid location
appears in a digest of federal decisions
,ju"t issued. Wn can do no better than
to ipiote it, for the benefit of thotn
who think that the location of suppos
c.l mineral claims should be treated as
a perfunctory ad :
"To constitute a valid location,
there must be such a discovery of mill
. er.il as that an ordinarily prudent
man. not necesnarlly u miner, would be
justified in expending his time und
nouey thereon, in the dnelopmeut of
the property. While mere possibility
that the ground claimed contains gold,
or that there are mem indications of
the existence of minerals in the
ground, is not Millicicut to justify a
prudent pei ooii in expending money
and work in exploration of it; yet
where the evidence shows the actiml
existence of gold In the claim, the lo
cator is entitled to strengthen thn
proof upon any of the elements which
enter into what is comprehended by
discovery. He tuny supplement the
showing that mineral actually did ex
ist by proving, as a ground of justifi
cation for the expenditure of money
and time, that thn adjacent ground in
the same gulch is rich in the same
mineral, or that adjacent claims were
developed Into paying mines after de
velopment upon similar showings of
mineral, or that geologicnl condition
arn so similar that, from thn character
of the mineral discovered, it is reason-
nbln to expect to find mineral in valu
able quantities hi the exploitation of
the alleged claim. Hut thern must bo
actual discovery of mineral within tho
limits of the claim before a valid lo
cation can bu established.''
If this hn a hardship, then it is thn
fault of thn mining law, nut that of
thn forestry bureau. If thn govern
meat agents seek to prohibit prospect
ing, that is, tho search for mineral
showings, in the forest reserves, there
would thun hn real ground for com
BRYAN DEMOCRATS RAMPANT
One Congressman Alone Escapes the
LINCOLN, Nov. 4. Returns nre suf
flclently definite to confirm and era
phusizn tho first report that the demo
crats arn sweeping victorious in the
state. Hryun has u plurality of not less
Hhallnnberger for governor and the
remainder of thu tlckot have scarcely
a thousand less.
Four, und probably five of Xebrus.
ka'M nix congressmen nre democrats
with only Hinslmw escaping dofeat.
Only eighteen out of oun hundred
and thirty-three mnmhers of tho legls
latum are republicans.
While not enring to discuss the po
litical effect nf thn domocrntlii victory
In his home statu or analyze thn euuiie.,
nryuu made Informal tnlk this after
noon and nxpresned pleasure at thn re-
suit lu Nolmisku.
Hn said thu national defeat was not
such u disappointment oh hn had many
things to console him,
Flagstaff, Nov. I. (Special to the
Journal Miuer.) Hcturns from nil but
a few precincts in tho county show tho
election of K. -M. Doo to the flleo of
district attorney over ThomuH Flynn,
democrat. Doe's election I conceded by
tho democrats. His majority is estimat
ed nt eighty. Orrat rejoicing hero over
ton election of Cameron.
i elm WFtk mm
( I'n.m I ihh-mIs) Daily ;
William I.ugue of Mayer i hem on
a short business visit.
Ynagor Stockman visita.
.1. M. 'nok, the Venger stockman, is
hern on stock Iiu'Iiiosh.
.1. Voting, thi- Skull Valley Mock
man, is visiting in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. (Frank Hradley of I'o
land are visiting in the city.
Loft for Congress.
Herman Vogn nas an outgoing pus
iniiger last night for Congress.
Hero From Etta,
lllake Maker is in the city from the
Ktta uinie on mining business.
Poland Officer Here.
Deputy Sheriff Wiley Woodruff of
Poland is here on ofllclal business.
Popular Stockman Visits.
Joe Cook, thn popular Williamson
valley stockman, in hern on business.
Recorder's Office Receipts.
Receipts of the county recorder's of
fice for the month of October were
Left for Washington.
Attorney K. M. Hanford left yester
day afternoon for Washington, D. ('.,
on professional business.
Del Rio Stockman Hero.
James and W. It. Storm, popular
young stockmen from the Mlg Chino
Valley section, are in the city on stock
Mine Manager Here.
A. J. Pickerel), the mine owner and
manager, is in the city from hit mine
in the Hassaynmpa district.
Left for tho Soubli.
John F.ser was an outgoing passen
ger yesterday morning for southern
Arizona on mining business.
W. J. Kearney Is in thn city from
his mining camp in the .Mount Union
section, purchasing supplies.
Back From tho Bradaliaws.
It. II. Hetherington arrived home Inst
night from a visit to the Mrailshaw
mountains on mining business.
Mino President Here.
John S. Jones, president and general
manager of thu Jessie Mining com
puny, is here on mining business.
Home From Hunt.
Archie Grant arrived home, but night
from u two weeks hunt in tho Mongol
Ion mountains where he reports game
Circulating Among Their Friends.
F. B. Bdwards aud Frank Lecklider,
popular Poland business men, tiro in
thn city circulating among their many
H. O. Lockett of Flagstaff, torritor
ial fair commissioner, passed through
hern lust night on his way to Phoenix
on fuir business.
Will Leave for Phoenix.
Mr. and Mro. Frank H an ley will
leave tonight for a ten days' visit with
rolativen and friends In Phennix and
tho Salt River valley.
Left for Chicago.
A. (!. McQueen, live stock agent of
thn S. F. P. Sc P., passed through her'
yesterday afternoon on his wav from
Phoenix to Chicago on railroad busi
Left for Asfa Fofk.
F. B. Small, general mnnugor of the
Brooklyn Arizona Mining company,
was an outgoing passongor yesterday
afternoon for u short business visit in
Will Leave for YarneU.
T. J. Sparks will leave this morning
for thn urnelt mine where ho has a
force of ininurH unwatering tho minn
nnd repairing it preparatory to start
ing development operations.
James Mahoney, superintendent of
thn territorial reform school at Hcnson,
passed through hero last night on his
way home from a visit with friends in
Coconino nnd Navojo counties.
Hugh Campbell of Flagstaff also
passed through on his way to Phoenix.
(From Friday's Dally.)
M. (!. Iirooks of .Walker is visitluir In
P. R. Carloton of McCnbe is hero on
u short business visit.
Joromo Junction Visitor..
Mrs. J. D. Qlonn of Jerome Junc
tion Is visiting in thn city.
J. R. Caldwell, thu Williamson val
ley stockman, is hero on bulnrss.
Sol Jackson, thn Kirkland rallov
pioneer, Is hern on n business visit.
Mining Man VlalU.
Charles Carman, tho Hluck Canvon
mining man, is here on mining bus
Left for Homo.
John Roberts left last night for his
home in Hill-ide, after a fhort business
usit here. j
Enjoying a Vacation. !
lex berg i in the city enjoving,
.! we'l earned vaest.oti among In"
in my friends i
Celebrating Cameron 's Victory. ;
Michael Mcllridit and K. M. Wise
acre, leading resident of Seligman,
arrived list night to celebrate Cam
eron's election as delegate to congress
with their many friends here.
Circulating Among His Friends.
James l.ee is in the city from the
Itnnlsh.iw mountains circulating mining
his many friends.
Circulating Among His Itricnds.
Judge W. T. Maker of Jerome June
tion is circulating among hi many
friend in the city.
B. A. Marlowe, the WillliiniMin val
ley stockman, is here on one of his
periodical business visit.
Former Resident Here.
W. II. I.ove, former resident of
this city, is here on business from his
homo in the Agua Fria valley.
Former Supervisor Visltn.
Former Supcrvivir D. O. Sinclair
spent yesterday here on business, re
turning to his home in Kirkland last
Attorney W. (1. Mlakcly of Kingman
passed through here last night on his
way to Phoenix on professional bus
A Flying Visit.
J. M. Weston of Jerome Junction
paid a flying business visit to the city
yesterday, returning home on tho af
A Flying Visit.
Morso Darnall, the Hillside, mer
chant, paid a (tying business visit to
the city yesterday, returning home on
the night train.
Back from the South.
Lewis. Wollley, a former governor of
this territory, arrived home yesterday
afternoon from a business visit to
Loft for Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. I. I,. Schmitt were out
going passengers yesterday afternoon
for Chicago, wlmr.i th.tv ill be the
guests of relatives aud friends a
Here to Locate.
Halu l.nnce, nephew to D. (!. Sin
clair, is a recently arrival here from
Harden, Missouri. Hn is so well pleas
ed with this section that he has de
cidud to make this county his future
Left for Ohio.
Mrs. J. A. Petit left yesterday af
ternoon for Warren, Ohio, in response
to it telegram announcing the serious
illness of her mother there.
Here from Jerome.
Fred Venator, who has business in
terests in Jeromo and Ilakersfield, Cal
ifornia, urrived here last night from
u short business visit in Jerome.
(tfroia Saturday's Dally)
Lron King Visitor.
(l. B. Oyler of Iron King is visiting
in rhe ulty.
Wesley Davis of Mayer is here on a
Camp Verde Visitors.
Mrs. N. N. Palmer of Camp Verde
is visiting in the elty.
Skull Valley Visitor.
A. B. Bhle of Skull valley is hero on
a short business visit.
Here from Humboldt.
Dr. h. (. Toney of Humboldt is here
on professional business.
Hart from Hillside.
J. 1). Mlund, the Hillside mining
man, is visiting in the city.
Freight Contractor Here.
J. A. Trenberth, the Mnyer freinht
contractor, is liore on business.
Here, on Business.
Oeorge Mahard, thn Placerita miu
ing man, is hern on mining business.
School Teacher Visits.
Miss Mina Bldrod, tcucher of tho
Wnlker School, is thn guest of friends
in the city.
Cherry Creek Pioneer Here.
J. R. Hoyer, a pioneer mininc man
of thn Cherry Creek district, is horn
on a short business visit.
Visiting with Friends.
Miss Wilson, toachor of thn Aultman
school, Is thn guest of friends in the
Mrs. J. B. Ilurk and Mrs. J. 0. Halev
of Mayer are thn guests of friends in
Home from Kingman.
Attorney T, (I. Norrls urrived homo
Inst night from a professional visit in
Back from Crown King,
Deputy Sheriff John Morritt arrived
homo last night from nu official visit
to Crown King.
VUrtted Here Yesterday,
Colin Campbell, the Ash Fork wool
grower, visited here yostcrday on
Left for Home.
Shirley Christy of Phoenix loft last
night for home after a pleasant visit
here with friends.
On Railroad Business.
II. I'. Story, superintendent of the
S. . I'. k I'., visited Ash Fork yerter
day mi lailrond business-.
Will Spotlit' Sunday Hero.
Mis Jorcphint' Miitlet. teacher of
(lie Dewey s. Imol, arihcd home last
night to pend Sunday ith hei lela
A flying Visit.
.1. T. Nelson, the Jerome Junction
merchant, paid a flying business visit
to the city yesterday, returning home
on the nfternoon train.
Minn Manager Here.
(). 1 Tuwncy, general miiiiiiger of
the (treat Peek mine, arrived here last
night from his milling ciuup in the
Left for Phoenix.
I P. Hastings, general freight and
passenger agent of the S. F., I'. 4. P.,
was an outgoing passenger last night
for Phoenix on ruilroud business.
Councibnan olcct llorc.
M. (J. Hums councilman elect to tho
next legislative assembly, arrived here
last night from Humboldt to circulate
among his constituents until Monday.
Minn Manager Hero.
J. S. -Murphy, general manager of
the Minghumton mini- in the Copper
Mountain section, arrived here lust
night to spend Sunday with his family.
Visited tho Little Daisy.
J. J, Fislier, consulting engineer of
the I'nited Verde Bxtension Mining
Company, arrived home last night from
a visit to the Little Daisy mine in
Hero from El Ccntro.
(Icorgc A. t'arler, who has extensive
stock interests in Williamson valley,
arrived here yesterday from his home
in Bl Ccntro, California. Hn left for
his ranch near Simmons in the after
Back from Jeromo.
T. B. Cninpbcll, geueral manager of
the Hiiynes Copper Company and i.u
periutendent of the Dig Stick Hold
Mining Company, arrived home last
night from a visit to the Huynes Cop
per Company 's camp near Jerome.
Local Army Changes.
Lieutenant Kenneth P. Williams is
expected here sunn to assume charge
of building operations at Fort Whipple
in place of Major C. C. Waleutt, Jr.,
construction quartermaster, whose four
months' leae of absence will begin
Rev. W. W. Haven, superintendent
of the Anti-Saloon League of Arizonu
and New Mexico, will speuk ut the
South Methodist church, Sunday morn
ing at II o'clock, and at a union ser
vice at the ltiiptist church Sunday eve
ning at 7:110 o'clock.
Will See Ore Tested.
R. II. liurni.stcr, general manager,
aud J. S. Sciwiou.s, sujierlntcndcnt of
the Arizona (lold Copper Mines Com
pany, left yesterday ufternoon for Chi
cago to see a lest ruu made of a car
load of ore from their company's
properties in Cherry Crock district.
The orn will be treated by a mill of
recent invention. Thn ore Is from the
Leghorn und lluglcr mines. Provided
the run proven satisfactory the com
pany will Install n similar plant on thu
properties hi Cherry Creek.
BLACK MOUNTAIN COPPER
it' rum TliurAilay'a Dnllv)
flood progress Is being made in the
Installation of the hoist and nir com
pressor plant on the property of tho
Hlack Mountain Copper company in the
Mineral Point dlstriot. A. M. Hock
well, contractor of the work, stated
bore yesterduy that he oxpected t6
havo thn plant ready for operation iu
less thuu a week. The inachlnory in
cludes a 150 horsepower boiler, n
sixty horse-power hoist and n five drill
air compressor as well us a Lnrhe
The shaft is down 125 feet. The plan
of development Is to sink tho shaft
several hundred feet deeper and open
tho ledge at every 100 foot level. The
forco will bo increased as soon as the
mnchlnory iM ready for operation.
Tho Illack Mountain property is lo
cutod seven miles east of Joromn .limn.
tion near tho north end of tho Hlaek
Hills runge. A good wagon road leads
front thu junction to the mines.
Get n copy of tho .lournal-Mlner's
Industrial and Mining edition of 04
pages before tho supply is exhnuitod.
Instruments Filed ma Reported By Tn
Preacott Title Co.
H. II. Kreeger locates Horso Shoe
Mine, Humbug Hist.
I". F. Avcrill locates Ivorr Onvx
Plocor, Dig Hug Dint.
Win, I). Powell et ol. locuto fi placers.
Hcaton Wright & H. L. pit in.
corporate Tho Alvln Dovol'oDment Co..
Capitol Stock 4200,000.
t. M, Avis k wf. to C. B. Klna. w
Deed. N. hf. of H.W. ar. of S. R. nr..
of 8.W. qr., ft 8.W. qr. of NW qr
Marie D. Mekotn files AIT. ,
on Silver Cord Mine, lllaik rw
.funics II. Nnwconib fllea I IT i
- " 111. l
on ( lara ii. mine, walker l)i-.i
I y ,.lnr nt l...
... ... ..... . ... ui;Mrijjr;iiA 7.
.Mines Company, mpitai storu ii..
l.,ll (Inlil Ml, I'll In l
'.. II...., I ti nil II
Willi.'itu Melntnsli ft I it a Mr t
... . " "'a
on r.iizaneui Mine, Turkey c reek h,-
it a. Jim 1 1 11 iv ruin snt' .
' ... . ". " ,u rn
" ' ......llK .IPI.,,.,
tt 1...I 4t ffllrt IWIA 1
fl.itul lul'ltlif 1i,.l...
1 tiiiiiiii .-tiiii-rv .iiiiii.111111.
I.V..I flirt ill li r (' 1...
..... v. . .... VlUllli. Mill .,
Ha e. M. horses. .Saddle jt- lin
-- . , i.rifl'.
.I11I111 l.awler locates Itill v m u- .
Mine, l-.urekn Mint,
It Merman files Air. A. UV.i
rnoeinx wnyx quarry, .Magazine b
li. uaoewe 10 i,. 1, .luiiy, ys )c,.
... .. 1 ..1 r.i . iiil. ii ii 11 11 .
linn. Ite.ittv flliw AfT. A
--- " "UIK fit
Agmi I lia Mine, Illack Hills I)i,t
I it. At I.. It' tl II.:.
rri-ii ih-ii hp i ii. nciiermao 1
,,, I, 1 , . 1. 11 1,
. II. IICIICK, .11. l'L'Cll. .Vl l.lllfl. II.
iieaux, iiiiciiii a. ixumer .Mlnci, ()'
, it!ii.i... c. ir..i
ti..:. r. tt' tl t 1. . .
.iiuiiii- .111 i., i;uvi, nuuie riffii
I.lIhIu 11.. I -n II llnn.l L.
Allen .lonnson Jt wi. to Tho Yen
wnoiesuic liiipior uo., w, neeg. i'iVA
i.ot on ing 1 row no. riaccr, Ki
tieo. HcliilcKovicli nics All. A. WmV
on Mendnx Mine, Dig Hug Dint.
B. Cnllders locates Huro Shot Mlti,
lie -Ming files certificate of W
wiive .M. .eniH to r. fi. sinsll. M
Deed. lit. int. in .lasper No. 1, Irool
ivn grouti, ain'u .mi. iuckv itov St
, I-ox No. I, ilarrouinl No. 5, Ketit
No. (i, Blk No. 7, Side Winder No.
& neisor .mi. ii, iirooKiyu grouns rnlnn
Squaw Creek Dist.
Olive M. Nellis to t, B. Small. V
Deeii nr. int. m Morgan No. 10,
tier .o. II, (ilia .No. I 'J. Uiilgn No, II
. Summit No. 1 1, Hrooklyn (Jrosit
Mines, Spiaw Creek Dist.
Knlpli II. .Melczer to Blizahcth H
Melczer, Power of Attorney. Contrri
ing property hi inv. & Maricopi
l.lizabcth 11. Melczer to John Lack
ey. Mill of Sale. $:iOO. adobe hull
ings, Congrcs?. '
It. II. Melczer to John Lackey. Eli
of Sale. 4500. 1 building at 1'olui
aud I at Congress.
R. II. Melczer, Trusteo to Joit
Lackey, q. C. Deed. 500. KM
Lots !l. Mlk. 1. & Lots I Si 7. Il.l
1 1, Jerome.
John Lackey to Melczer Ilros. Co
Mill of Sale. 4500. 1 huildini; at Po
land lc I at Congress.
John Lackey to Melczer Mro. Co
Mill of Sale. $500. '2 adobe buildicii
John Lackey to Melczer UroJ. Co,
q. C. Deed. 500. Kj of Lots S L
Mlk .1, & Lots 4 Si 7, Mlk. It.
I'nited States to Swiss Ilclle (Jo'J
Co., Patent. Hw ss He n Kxt.. Swiii
Mclle 4. Mars Mines, Kureka Dist.
Wm. Lawlcr to .1. J. llawkim.
Deed. qr. Combination Nos. 1 to
.Mines, Burckn Dist.
J- J. Hawkins to II. R. Wood.
Uecd. One-Bighth int. Same property
lash Mg. Co., appoint Hnrrinrfti
iiiauvelt as agent.
H. R. Wood to .1. II. Mulroin,
Deed. I.!! Int In I'nmliln.lU VTni
tn .T7 & l. tn 1., VI n
---t " , .mi. in nun Villi'
O. P. Si .1 .S. Hotikins tn Fred I'll
man Si Anna Ilurtholdl. Hill of Salt
?j,.iuu. All furnlturo nnd fixtures, etc
of Prescott Hotel, Present.
United States to L. fladette. Pat
cut. "10 to 1" Mine. Verde Dist
A. V. Ciirrnn to Comolius O'Conno
Pirwnr of Attorney. (Irants genenl
United States to Piatt C. Wild"
... . ..... . . .
......... 0, n.rv.ijr. a n.r,.-
of S.W.qr., Sec. 2, Si N.W.qr. of N'.E.
r. k N.B.qr. of N.W.qr., Sec. 11, Twp.
Ariz, rortlund Cement Co. to KlUot
k Drescher, Cj.C.Deoil. Culclum Nos. 1
to I Mines, Limestone Canyon Dist.
Jt. other property.
Henry Weigand locates 3 Minfi,
Moses Wafer locates Cornuconi
IMacer, Mig Hug Dist.
Jl. T. Dalloy & O. A. Hesla k wf.
to Maude Clifford, Q. C. Deed. 5(W.
Bngonio Mine, Hig HUg Dist.
J. H. Trilby locates 2 mines, Chen
T. C. Hill k Frederick Hell locates
7 Mines, Thumb Hutto Dist.
Kdward Walker & T. (J. Hill to F. J
Hell, Deed. $250. Hf. iutll in Lcnois
Nuggot Mines, Thumb Butto I)l
.); w' KI"ott k V. M. Droscuor to
Blliott-Dreschcr Construction Co., Q.C
Dood. N.hf. of. v U'.nr. uf K.r .flr.
I'Hiitni u iu ... u a u t
Sec. L'8, & S.nf of S.B.qr. of N.W.qr,
Sec. J!H, k nortlon nf u i.f ..t a V nt.
of N.L.,,r Sec. 28, Twp. 11 N., R IB,
H. JO ft. of Lot 0 ft N.hf. of Lot i,
M- B. Prescott.
W. W. Blllott to Elllott-Drt'scher
Cons Co., M. Deed. Mario, OoU
Ntn,i.ln..l iiitm .. . 9
i, IT..'' ,Y"" """'on ft aoldeo
Melt Mines, Peck DUt
pirn. r I;"ltt & F- M- Drescher t
hllltt-Dreschcr Cons. Co., Rill 0f Rale,
Office furniture, engineer instruments,
John Hianconl L r i aim.
... u Trills
5?r'i f -8'K Sec. 31,
" other proportr-