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WEEKLY JOURrlAL-MTNWt WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1008
COMPANY WILL ADD TWO
LANE MILLS TO MINES
(Front Frldny'a Dnlly)
Ho well pleased nro tlio director!!
ami Hhareholdcrs of tlio Arizona Cop
per Gold (Mining Company with tho
development of its group of mines in
tuo Cherry Creek district that ar
rii ttK'mcnK nr0 "w under wny to add
I wo new Lane millH to tlio equipment
and to prosecute work on a Jnrger
Hi-nil' than ever tlio coming year. This
decision wan reached nt an informal
meeting of the shareholders and di
rector in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on
the occasion of a visit there of It. 11.
Burmister, director nnd general mali
nger, nud J. S. Session!!, superinten
dent. Speaking of the company's plans to
ii Journal-Miner representative, yestor
day, (Jencrnl Manager Burmister said:
"It h.'H been decided to install two
new liiinc mills, which will increase
the treatment capacity to 100 tons
every twenty four hours. This will bo
commenced in January, when it is ex
pected tlio machinery will bo delivered.
One of tlio mills will bo placed on the
Bugler mine to treat tho output of
that and pdjoining claims and tho
other will bp added to tho ten stamp
mill for tho treatment of the product
of tho Leghorn mine. Now rock
crushers will be used to crush tbt Bu
gler ores for the mill to bo placed on
tiie Itugler gnund and tho present
ten stamp mill will be used to cruhh
the Leghorn product boforo it is treat
ed in tho now I ano plant. Thcro is
plenty of oro In sight now to keep
tho two plants on a steady run as soon
;m they nro installed. Active develop
ment ou tho mines will bo resumed ns
jon ns tbo machinery is delivered."
(ieneral Manager Burmister stated
that ho had many inquiries concerning
Arizona mines during his visit oast.
" Knstnru investors nro awakening to
tho great futuro of Arizona as a min
ing country," ho said, "and tho pre-
indices ngainst mining as a legitimate
investment nro disappearing fast.
Thero is plenty of capital lying Idle
ii the eastern banks awaiting invest
mcnt in mines, Legitimate mining in
vestments will be in great demand
next year. In fact, t will bo no sup
priao to mo to see grcntcr activity
here in 11(00 than over before."
Tho Arizona Copper and Gold Min
ing Company's properties nro located
in tho Cherry Creek district, sixteen
miles east of Dowoy on tho Hradshaw
Mountain railroad. Tho district is
one of. tho oldest in the county, but
its development has been greatly re
tarded on account of its isolation from
Tailroitd communication until within n
few years ago.
BRINGS FANCY ORE
FROM SKULL VALLEY
(Proas Wednesday's Dally)
With mtmplos of gold bearing quartz
nunying from $300 to $000 to tho ton,
Goorgo Unl arrived horo yesterday
from his Hobo group of claims on tho
Skull Vnlloy and Thumb Butte ills
tricts divide. Tho rich oro was taken
nut of a shaft forty foot dcop In which
tho tmvstreak varies from throo to
nine inches in thickness.
Uhl is vorr enthusiastic over tho
possibilities of the property and ro
grots that he is not posscssod of suf
ficient capital to equip and rush its
The ledgo is in n granite and por
lthyry contact. It is six feet between
walls, the entiro filling carrying tnin
oral values, in somo places, he says, as
high as $8 to the ton.
Slnco coming into possession of tho
group of thrco claims and a mlllsitc
ho has dono ovor 800 feet of dovolop
roent unaided. These are four tunnels.
2T)0 feet, 70 feet, 0 feet and 50 feet
in length respectively in addition to
several shafts, In the deepest of which
bo 'nas tbo rich paystreak uncovorod
There is an abundnace of water and
timber on the ground and the propor
ty is admirably located from tho trans
portatlon standpoint as Pricta station
on the 8. P., P. P., is only 1,000
KILLS MOUNTAIN LION
Loaded with trophies of tho chase,
Pfau, Joo Archsmbcau and Joo
Hobbs arrived home yesterday after
noon from a week's hun in tlio Cop
lcr Crook section of the Hassayarnpa
country. Thoy klllod a mountain lion
four bucks, two foxes, one wild cat
nnd a skunk, as well as a number of
difforcnt species of varmint
Tho mountain lion is ono of tho
largest soon horo In many ycArs. It
incasuros nine feet and olovon inches
from tip to tip. It was ono of two of
the Arizona family of the king of
boasts jumped by Archambeau'a
bounds. The lions started in different
directions, a hound chasing each. Ono
was treed and tho other escaped. Tho
treed lion was shot by Pfau. He will
wend tho hldo to Cincinnati, Ohio, to
have it mounted by a taxidermist.
Toe hunters report game plentiful in
Copper Creek district and regrst the
ORES OF TOM REED MINE
ARE RICHER WITH DEPTH
Ono oro shoot 250 feet in length
ml eight feet In thickness of high
grndo milling ore Is opened in tho 250
f .... t . r . I n. .. . .
ima iuvci oi mo iota iiecu mine, a.
second shoot of gold ore of shipping
grado is oponed in another part of
no property 1150 feet in length on tho
same level, according to tho statomont,
or . a. Jones, superintendent of tho
mine, who passed through hero Wed
nesday night on his way to Phoenix.
'There is no question but what the
Tom Heed will rnnk high among tho
gold producers of tho territory mnny
years t come," he said. "It has
paid all expenses of operation and de
velopment slnco tho mill was started
n January ami tho ores aro proving
richer with dopth. With a body of
oro the size, mentioned fairly well
opened in tho 250 foot lovel that has
hardly been touchod above tho 150
foot level, whero It is also undor de
velopment, it is safe to assume that
there will bo not reason for n shut
down on account of tho lack of ore
for somo time. '
"Tho equipment, consisting of a
ten stamp mill and modern cyanide
plant, will be increased soon by the
addltiqn of tube mills. This will in
crease, tho output considerably. A
raise is bolng run from tho 250 foot
lovel for a three-compartment work-
ng hhaft, now being sunk. When
connections are made the shaft will
be used as tho man outlet of tho prop
erty. Tho mine was considered of ones-
tionablo value when it pnssed to the
present ownership. Compared with
now, thcro was very little oro in
sight. A crosscut was started from
tho lower drift and after runnlnc
twenty fctt a fair-sized streak of gojd
oro was encountered. This was fol-
owed to its junction witn another
vein of similar character where the
oro streaks joined and swelled to larg
er proportions. This shoot is now
opened 250 feet In length nnd tlio end
s not yet in sight. It has an average
thickness of eight feet. Another
richer shoot is opened UfiO feet in
length. It is fifteen inches in aver
age thickness and of very high grade."
Superintendent Jones stated that he
did not enro to tako tho public into
his confidence concerning tho valitos
of tho ores further than to state that
tho gold returns nro remarkably rich,
considering tho size of tho oro bodies.
Ho stated that there aro a number
of very promising properties in va
rious stages of devolopmont in tho
Gold Itoads district of Moiiuvc county
ndjncent to tho Tom Iteod and that
miners nnd mining men anticipate
that tho mining industry will be more
prosperous tho coming year than ever
in tho history of that section of the
(From Friday's Dally.)
John C. Stephens filed n petition in
tho probate court yesterday praying
for letters of administration on thn
estate of Mrs. Nancy A. Stephens, dc
ceased. The hearing of tho petition
was set for December 21.
Tho final accounts of Gcorgo I'. Har
rington, administration of the estate
of John Thomns, deceased, were nl-
lowcd, approved and settled. Tho ad
ministrator wns charged witn having
received $443.40 in cash and credited
with having paid out $211.8.". Thn
balance of $2.1h01, with miscellaneous
personal property nnd mining claims
in tho Tiger district, was ordered dis
tributed to tho children and grand'
children of deceased, residing In Ar
kansas and Texas.
A marriage license was Issued to A.
H. Itogors and Miss Myrtle May Cher
ry, both residents of tlio Vorde Val
(rrsm Thursday's Dally)
George E. Colo, executor of tho es
tato of Alexander D. Cole, deceased
filed his final account in tho probate
court yesterday with a petition for dis
tribution of the estate. The hearing
of tho potltton was set for December
Too administration of tho estate wns
transferred hero from Maricopa coun
ty. the probate judgo of that county
being disqualified to act on account of
being a witness to tho will.
Dr. It. N. Loonoy, ndmlnlsrator of
tho estate of Herman Headt, deceased
filed his flnnl account of naminmrn
tion with a petition for distribution
Tho hearing of tho potlllon was set
for December ID.
INDIAN TRIAL STARTS.
Impaneling a jury and the Introduc
tlon of evidence for the prosecution
in th" caso of Charley Nakoo, Tonto
Anacho Indian, chargod with the mur
,u, f Charlov Natakce, a fellow
tribesman, at Fossil Creek August 16,
occupied the attention of the district
(From Thursday's Dally)
Skull Valley Visitor.
A. E. Ehlc of Hkull Valley is visit
ing in the city.
iMIss Norn Farroll of Me.Cabo is tho
guest of friends in tao city.
Recorder's Office Receipts.
Tho rcrclpts of the county recorder's
office for tho month of November were
Hero on Business.
Aaron Stall, tho Hkull Valley farm
er, arrived horo yesterday afternoon
Left for Wickenburg.
W. II. M. Drcschcr was an outgoing
pnsMmgcr last night for Wickenburg
mi mining business.
Loft for Home.
Henry Itittcr left last nlgat for his
homo in Thompson valley after n
short businosn visit here.
J. H. Stephens is in the city from
his stock ranch in tho Ferguson valley
country on stock business.
Left for Wagoner.
County ltocordcr Charles Bradbury
was nn outgoing passenger last night
for Wagoner on mining business.
Copper City Visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Sallanock of
Jerome arrived hero last night from
tho Copper City on a short visit.
Suffering from Pneumonia.
Mrs. Sam Miller is confined to tho
Miller home in Miller Valley, suffer
ing from ii sever attack of pneumonia.
Bock rfom Uio Monica.
('. K. Hunker, receiver of the Mon
ica Mines Company, bankrupt, return
ed here yesterday from tho Monica
Loft for Treasure Vault.
John Daly was an outgoing passen
ger yesterday afternoon for tho Treas
ure. Vault initio in the Mineral Point
Back from Phoenix.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. MoMichacl ar
rived hero, yesterday from a two
months visit in Phoenix and the Salt
Fanner Poet Visits.
Henry Bocttschor, tho fnrmcr-poct of
the Point of Itocks region, visited hero
yesterday, returning homo on tiio af
On Railroad Business.
Superintendent II. C. Story of the
F., P. k P., left Inst night in his
private ear for Phoenix and Parker on
Hero on Court Business.
Dennis Shea, George Doty, Deputy
Sheriff Georgo Avery nnd Charles Sut
ter of Joromo arrived hero last night
rfom tho Copper City on court busl
Mine Manager Here.
Bernard OunnilT, general mannger of
the Savoy mine, arrived hero last
night from his mining camp in the
Hradshaw mountains on mining bust
Taken to Livermore.
Hurt Jackson of Kirkland valley,
who Is believed to bo hopelessly In
sane, wns taken to a private saniiari
urn in Livermore, California, yestor
Shipped Fat Steers.
I, W. Sullivnn is in the city from
his stock ranges in tho Scligmun
country whero ha gnthored and ship
pod a consignment of fat stoers ro
Left for Ranch.
Former Sheriff John L. 'Munds left
yesterday afternoou for his stock
ranch in tho Grand Canyon country
after a three days' visit here with his
In from Ilia Mine.
G. B. Ferguson Is in tho city from
his mines In tho Mayer section of the
Dig Hug district, where ho reports
mining active and prosperous condl
tions in Mayer.
Home fiom College
Miss Ynra Ileynolds, daughter ?
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. II. Koynolds, arrived
at 'the Keynolds ranch Sunday from
Berkeley, whero sho has been attend
Ing tnc California University. 8h
was a sneclnl student in the college of
Speedy Stock Shipment
Twelve carloads of steers from Hoi
brook passed through hero yesterday
for tho Salt River valey pastures. Th
stock train left Holhrook at 7:4
n'Mnrk Tiiesdnv nvouina and arrived
in Phoenix ut 10 o'clock last night
The run Is considered a very speedy
ono bv railroad men.
Pelts of 42 wild cats nud 8 coyot"
were ndded to tho supervisors collec
tlon of bounty bides yesterday. 0. I
Morris contributed tho outer coverings
of 2.1 wild cats and 4 coyotes trapped
In tho Agua Frla country, nnd P.
Oshorno and Matt Cavaneis 10 wild
cats and 4 coyotes killed in the Bish
op Creek region.
Baby Seriously 111.
Van Dickson, who is serving ou the
trial jury, was excused Monday night
to allow him to go homo in response to
telegram announcing thn serious ill-
tics' of his baby.
Will Locate Hero.
Jlonry Horn, brother of Charles Born
tho postoflioe department, arrived
ere yesterday from Sllvcrton, Colora
o. Ho will leave for tho Born group
f mines in tnc Hlack itock district in
few days. Ho intends to locate in
this county permanently.
(From Friday's Dally.)
Mrs. H. C. Jones of Mayer is visit
ing in tho city.
Camp Verde Visitor.
William Stephens of C'nmp Verde Is
islting in tho city.
Humboldt Physician Visits.
Dr. L. C. Toney of Humboldt is
cro on professional business.
Visited Hore Yesterday.
Colin Campbell of Ash Fork visited
cro yesterday on sheep business.
Charles E. Cunningham has accepted
position with Ilirch Bros.' cafe.
Jerome Attorney Here.
Attorney C. II. Hutherford of Jor
omo is hero on professional business.
Hero on Mining Badness.
W. D. Powell nnd Jack Price of
Cherry Creek aro in the city on, min
It. L. Pellet is in the city from Ins
mines in tho Copper Hasin district,
Verde Valley Visitor.
L. A. Willard is in the city from
his homo in tho Vcrdo valley on a
hort business visit.
Admitted to Hospital.
Fritz Stodick of Scligman was ad
mitted to tho county hospital yester
day, suffering from tho grippe.
Circulating Among His Friends.
Former Sheriff "Sandy" Donahue
f Coconino county, is hero from his
homo in FalgstafT circulating among
ids many friends.
of McCnhe passed
night ou his way
ho has ncceptcd n
through hero last
for Globe, where
position witn a mining company.
Left for Home.
S. W. lligloy passed through hero
last night on his way homo to Phoe
nix, after a three days' visit in Hum
boldt, whero ho has mercantile inter
ests. Left for Illinois.
Attorney Lcroy Anderson left yes
terday afternoon for his old home in
Illinois in response to a telegram an
nouncing the serious illness of bis
Back from Los Angels.
W. C. Tonkin, general manager of
the Interstate Gold Mining Company,
arrived hero last night from Los An
geles. Ho will leavo this morning for
his company's camp in tho Walker
Left on Survey Trip.
W. II. Morrltt, deputy United
States mineral surveyor, wns an out
going passenger last night for the
Wickenburg district, where he wfll
mnko an ofllclal patent for a group of
Small Pelt Contributions.
Only five wild cat and two coyote
hides wcro added to the board of su
pervisors' collection of bounty pelts
yesterday. The animals wcro trapped
by Thomas Dixon in the Hillside
(Krern Saturday's Dally)
Camp Verde Visitor.
8. C. Cherry of Camp Verde Is visit
ing in the city.
Camp Verse Visitor.
I. W. Hooper of Camp Verde Is vis
iting in the city.
Camp Verde Visitor.
Mrs. E. Hopper of Camp Verde is
visiting in the city.
Spent Yesterday Here.
Ii. M. Hsnderson of Walker spent
yesterday in the city.
John M. Nellis of Williams is here
on n short business visit.
Back from Bine Bell.
Hobort Hartin arrived home last
night from a visit to Blue Bell.
Visiting With Friends.
Mrs. J. P. Storm of Del Rio arrived
here Inst night on a visit with friends.
Jerome Junction Visitors.
Dr. and Mrs, It. E. Johnson of Jr
oino Junction are visiting In the city.
Mining Man Here.
J. It. Boyor, tho Cherry Creek min
ing man, is here on mining business.
Ash Fork Visitors.
Mr. and, Mrs. C. T. Lewis and fam
ily of Ash Fork are visiting in the
Visiting With Relative
Charles I. Haley is In the city from
thn Ilinghsmton mine, visiting with
A Flying Visit.
James Kussell of Hkull Valley paid
a flying business visit to the city yes
terday, returatg home on last night's
Vorde Valley Visitors.
Ien Mnxwell nnd Ed Wingflcld of
the Vcrdo Valley aro hero on court
Mino Manager Visits.
J. ('. Scott, the Joromo mine mann
ger, arrived here Inst night on a short
Mrs. I). H. i.Moon is reported conva
lescing from her Indisposition in the
Mining Man Visits.
lllake linker is In Mo city from his
mines In the Cherry ''reek district ou
W. A. Long Is in the city from his
mines in the Masslcks section pur
Home from Ranch.
J. I. Gardner arrived home yester
day afternoon from his ranch in tin;
Skull Valley section.
Mining Man Visits.
.1. T. Whedon is in the city from
his mines in the (Mineral Point dis
trict, ou a short business vist.
Enjoying a Vacation.
Tim Fell Is in the city from Miner
al Creek, where ho recently finished a
mining contract for D. C. Harvey, and
is now enjoying a well earned vaca
tion. Report Cold Weather.
B. II. Oray has returned from an
extended tour of tho high altitudes of
Colorado, where he reports the trier
momrtor showing 8 degrees below
Will Deliver Memorial Address.
Attorney C. II. Rutherford of Jer
ome will leavo hero today for Wlnslow
where ho will deliver the address at
tne annual memorial services of tho
Bounty Pelt Surrendered.
W. H. Heyscr surrendered tnc outer
coverings of two wild cats and ono
coyote to Clerk Peter of the board of
supervisors yesterday. Ho also filed a
demand for tho legal bounty.
Loft for Home.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. McMichnel wero
outgoing passengers yesterday morn
ing for their home in Mayer nfter a
short stop over hero on their way
homo from the valley.
Miss Kminu Mnnns of Denver is tho
guost of 'Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jaeger in
the citv. She arrived hero last night
on her way home from California.
Sho Is a cousin of Mr. Jaeger, who
met her at Ash Fork and accompanied
BUENA VISTA MINES
PROMISES RICH RETURNS
With thirty inches of $20 gold bear
ing ore on tho footwall nnd six inches
of $50 oro on the hanging wall of his
shaft in the old Buenn Vista mine in
the Humbug district, J. B. Young be
lieves that ho and his partner, Patsy
Forgarty, nrc now In a fair way to
reap a fortune for their many years of
toil, prospecting nnd opening tho Hum
bug ledges. Young has been in tho
city tho last thrco days purchasing
supplies and mnking his annual set
ttomcnt of his nn his partner's busl
ness affairs. He Is very hopeful for
tho futuro of his district, which has
long" enjoyed tho reputation of bolng
traversed with rich mineral bearing
Tno Young nnd Fognrty. properties
are located a mile and n half north of
Columbia, in what is known us the
"Farley und Kay" camp. Tho claims
aro adjacent to tho Farley and Kay
group in tho same mineral belt. Young
and Fogarty have good sized oro
bodies exposed in a number of shafts
varying In depth from 35 to 00 feet,
notably the oro bodies recontly un
covered in the old Buena Vista.
In the last year they and the Castle
Hot Springs Improvement Company
built a trial from the springs to the
camp, bringing the latter within an
hour's ride to the terminus of the au
tomobilo route at Castle Hot Springs
which connects with the S. i, P.
P. railroad at Morristown.
Young says that there are mora
prospectors and minora in that section
than in many years. All through the
mountains and gulches from the Far
ley and Kay eamp to tho Tip Top
mine, where E. G. Wager is doing pre
llmlnary work of reopening tho fa
mous Tip Top mines, prospectors snd
minorh nro found doing annual work
on their claims ami the location work
on recent 'discoveries.
The construction of an automobile
routo to the Castle Hot Springs
through tho district, connecting wlt.i
tho Crown King terminus of the Brad
shaw Mountain railroad, Is under eon
sideratlon, A number of eompanlc
nnd miners of the region have already
volunteered to subscribe funds for
the route, uggetlng t possible con
structlon tho coming year. The pre
liminary survey, made last year, pass
es through h region Into which every
niece of machinery ever taken ws
transported on burros and mules
Yountr will leave for his camp til
Instruments Filed as Reported By Th
Prescott Title Co.
Jno. Hobcrts k Geo. W. Holmes lo
cates Lead Bonanza Mine, Hurkea
Zero Mines Co. appoint A. C. Gil
more as agent.
United States to C. II. Francis, Jno.
Agnoll k Frank Williams, Patent.
Omaha k Violet Mines, Martinez Dist.
Merino Mg. Co. file Aff. A. work on
4 Mines, Kirkland Dist.
Ho is alleged to have admitted that
he was a former faro bank dealer and
Edward Cotighran k Al. Finch lo
cate Mineral Spring Mine, Copper Has
James k Chns. McN'ory locate Gold
en Strip Mine, Wnlnnt Grove Dist.
Mary Cullumber to Myra MeNary,
W. Deed. HEqr. of NWqr., Soc. 20,
Twp. UN. It 3W.
Hyron Smith to Golden Itidge M. k
M. Co., M. Deed. Mark Hanna k
Grubstake Mine, Martinez Dist.
Byron Smith to Golden Ridge M. &
M. Co., M. Deed. Grand View k Cen
tral Nos. 1 L 2 mines, Martinez Dist.
Patrick Kearney locates Delegate
Mine, Peck Dist.
United States to George L. Coleman,
Patent. Diamond Placer, Weaver Dist.
Mrs. G. L. Coleman to Goo. L. Colo
man, power of attorney. Grants gen
eral powers. 4
F. J. Van Moll files Aff. A. Work
on Hand mine, Walnut Grove Dist.
C. W. North k H. O. Brown fllo Aff.
A. Work nn Clipper Granite Stone
Qtinrry Mine, Pine Grove Dist.
Fred Ullmnn to Arizona Brewing
Co., Agreement. 4000. Cash Register
C. W. Piatt & E. 11. Dozier locate C
Mine's, White Pacacho Dist.
L. I. Fletcher ct nl. locate Gold
I'as Placer, Big Bug Dist.
Jno. W. Dougherty k wf. to Laura
G. Well, W. Deed. $300. Lot 4, Oar
F. M. Dean locates 2 Mines, Tiger
1). J. Thompson locates 2 Mines,
J. G. Allen amends location on 0
Mines, Cherry Creek Dist.
Gcorgo Myers to J. T. Lowdy, M.
Deed. New Weaver Mine, Weaver
John Dougherty k wf. to E. O. Well,
W. Deed. $250. Lots 28 4. 29, Oar-
S. P. Thompson to Belle Thompson,
, C. Deed. Lots 1, 2 & 3, Blk. 10,
Perkins Merc. Co. file Aff. A. Work
on 8 Mines, Peck Dist.
J. H. Itecvcs k Henry So to Noral
X. Cherry, Bill of Sale, $3500. Horses.
N. N. Cherry to I. II. Walker k G.
Kehl, Bill of Sale, $1500. Same
Ada J. Peat to Alexandra Valentine,
W. Deed. $500. Lots 3. 4, 7 k 8,
Sec. 23, Twp. 13 N. H3W.
E. L. Tomlinson locates Creston do
Plata mine, II ass. Dist.
Lee Stayner locates Lone Star Plac
er, Walnut Grove Dist.
M. L. Huckley et al. file Aff. A.
Work on -1 Mines, Hlack Hills Dist.
Hackbcrry Mg. (Milling und Dev. Co.
file Aff. A. Work on 0 mines, Walker
Ash Creek DUts.
Ada J. Peat to Alcnandra Calentine,
Hill of Stile. $500. 60 cattle ranging
In Copper Basin.
L. I(. Dickinson to E. E. Thurston,
W. Deed. $100. S.hf. of fi.W.qr. of
Bee. 28, and N.W.qr. tf N.W.qr, Sea
33, anil N.E.qr. of N.E.qr, See. 32,
Twp. ISN. H0K.
Zllpa Patterson appropriates 150
Inches of water of spring in Granite
John Halbllcb locates Little Daisy
iMlne, Big Hug Dist.
Wm. M. Griffith, Heeelver, to John
M. Boss, Q.C.Deed. $050. Lot 2, Hlk.
20, Otis Addition, Prescott.
W. C. Uuuell locates Gertrude mine.
It. W. Moon to Mike Loftui et al..
Bill of Hale. $000. (Fixtures etc., in
Merrill Barber Shop, Jerome.
J. E. Walters k wf. to Aztec Mines
Co., M. Deed. Savage L Mono Minns,
J, E. Walters k wf. to Aztce Mines
Co., M, Deed. Copper Hottnm Mine,
II. W. Taylor k tl. M. Yrakel locate
Fat Bill Mine, Humbug Dist.
E. A. Tovres to E. F. Williams, W.
dee. $3,000. Hf. int. In Ut 7, Hlk.
Arizona Utah Copper Co, fll Aff.
A. work on T Mines, Hlg Hug Dist.
JuunlU Mining k Milling Co., Die
Aff. A. work on 12 Mine, Huts. Dist.
Hobert All-n to Wm. D. Powell ft
Mattie Allen, M. Ded. Illur HIrd,
Lillle Hlack Hock, Mocking Hird, Con
greis k IJUilletlon Mlnr, Cherry Creek
closing ef tee deer
court all day yesterday.