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PT. Ed. Litt left on yesterday's spe
cial to celebrate in the capital city.
H. Bardahear, of the Blue Dick
mine, was a Prescott visitor todav.
MORRISON THE MAN fg QldeSt Mli BCSt FlEND 0F THE AKCTIC
TK -w-,,l. .;.,! .1 . i i
piiranjtruuii ij.ii n av. mill uoie -riwl n;:0 i
in tko A oil k n good otncial, and
A report comes from Huron that a
man named Berryman received seri-1
ous if not fatal injuries recently by !
being thrown from a porch.
Among the territorial officers who
will be out for reapointment is
United States Attorney Robert K.
.Morrison. Mr. Morrison has
his record is one
that the territory may well be proud
of. This part of the territory is nat
urally very much interested in Mr.
Morrison, as this isVhere he made his
The floor of the Brisley Drug Co.'s start way Ixtck in 'S3, having served
new store will be made of tile. Talk
about up-to-date Prescott.
Julius Jaooby will occupy one of
the rooms in the Burke Hotel
building for his barber shop.
The Ladies' Aid society, of the
Methodist church will meet tomorrow
at Mrs. Block's at 2:30 p. m.
Geo. H. Schuerman went to Phenix
todav to attend grand lodge. K. of P.
which meets tomorrow at Mesa City .
C. Y. Brock wav, of the auditor's
office of theS. F., P. & P. railroad, has
returned from a visit to Kansas Citx
A. J. Pickerell. the well known min
ing man, from near the head of the
Hassayampa. was in town today.
The case of the City of Prescott
against the houses of ill fame was dis
missed by the city recorder today.
To the Phenix Enterprise Presi
dent McKinlev and party visited
Congress according to schedule. See?
Geo. Dickisou. the Kirkland mer
chant, came up to Prescott yesterday
The new school law sets aside the
first Friday after the last day in April
as Arbor Day in the five northern
counties of Arizona.
Geo. Ruffner has just received two
rubber-tired bikes. They are beauties,
and will doubtless be in demand; so
boys place your order early for your
Rev. H. W. Peck went to Flagstaff
this morning, where he will give two
of his very interesting illustrated lec
lureson nawau. He also tnves one'
as probate judge of Apache county
for several years. We find that he
has a great many friends in this sec
tion, but as yet have failed to find an
enemy. It speak well for a man when
he can go back to his old stamping
ground and receive a warm welcome
: and endorsement. The reappointment
i of Robert E. Morrison to the office of
1 United States attorney would give
j general satisfaction throughout the
territory. -Holbrook Argus.
President McKinlev received an
ovation at every point visited in the
The Southern Pacific company has
discontinued its through train service
on the coast line on account of the im
perfections of the track. Several
wrecks occurred during the brief ser
vice, and President Hays gave instruc
tions to have the track placed in safe
condition, during which time the
through service will lx; abandoned.
The presidential party were in a
hole today, and were held on the
desert by an accident to their engine.
Sensation enough certainly to satisfy
them for a day.
The many friends of A. J. Samp
son. in Arizona, as well as those all
over the United States, will l)e pleased
to learn that his services as envoy and
minister to Ecuador have been so
S. S. S. is a combination of roota
and herbs of great curative powers,
and when taken into the circulation
made a ! searches out and removes all manner
of poisons from the blood, without
the least shock or harm to the system.
On the contrary, the general health
begins to improve from the first dose,
for S. S. S. is not only a blood purifier,
but an excellent tonic, and strength
ens and builds up the constitution
while purging the blood of impuri
ties. S. S. S. cures all diseases of a
blood poison origin, Cancer, Scrofula.
Rheumatism, Chronic Sores and
Ulcers, Eczema, Psoriasis, 8alt
Rheum, Herpes and similar troubles,
and is an infallible cure and the only
antidote for that most horrible disease,
Contagious Blood Poison,
A record of nearly fifty years of
successful cures is a record to be proud
of. S. S. S. is more popular today
than ever. It numbers its friends by
the thousands. Our medical corres
pondence is larger than ever in the
history of the medicine. Many write
to thank us for the great good S. S. S.
has done them, while others are seek
ing advice about their cases. All
letters receive prompt and careful
attention. Our physicians have made
a life-long study of Blood and Skin Dis
eases, and better understand such cases
than the ordinary practitioner who
makes a specialty of no one disease.
We are doing great
good to suffering
our consulting de
partment, and invite
you to write us if you have any blood
or skin trouble. We make no charge
whatever for this service.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, OA.
Terrible Form of Mental Derange
ment in the Yukon.
FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! MINE
APPLICATION FOR PATENT.
Intrnae Saffertas; of Gold
tors In the Mle.es of Al
eeda Drink of Scarry
-BICYCLE GIVEN AWAY!!
lecture at Williams on the same sub-! highlv appreciated, that he has been
o. O. Lpton, one of the owners of to 52.500 per year over what he has
tne Uro Lrrauue mine near lcken
given a raise in his salary amounting
been previously receiving. The Jour
uuig. i-amc uu uu iuis murmur s n i i w- , , , . . .
from the south. He was accompanied ' congratulates h.m on his
by his wife, who is en route east to her ! raise salary.
Forty thousand Italian emigrants.
old home at Clinton, Iowa.
Donald Michelson, a bright young : according to the Fanfulla of Rome,
r i w ... " i.
man oi ciinion, lowa. is in town. Air.
Michelson came to Arizona to take
charge of the books of the Oro Grande
Bob Ingersoll said, Josser's Signal
of Liberty is a happy blending of j
cheers for the living and tears for the
dead but he might have added a hiss
for the villian ana a laugh when hes
are booked to leave
States this mouth.
for the United
Morher and Child
Let the mother take Scott's emul
sion of cod liver oil for the two; it is
almost never superfluous.
One can eat for two, but nourishing
iwu 10 a uiuerem imng; u implies a
degree of interior strength not often
mases a speciaii1
The New Plumbing House.
J. W. Brown, the plumber, is now
located in the Brecht block, and has
his new quartere equipped with up to
date saniiary goods. He is also pre
pared to perform any work in his line
at reasonable prices, and guaranteees
his work is unsurpassed.
Mines For Sale.
Seven claims; large body of free
milling gold ore; plenty of water.
Between 300 and 400 feet of develop
ment. Call on or address S. J.
Gnash, box, 399, Prescott. Arizona.
The cut flowers sold at Wooster's
Stationery store are very nice those
APPLICATION FOR A PATENT.
U. S. Land Office. Prescott, Ariz.
Mar 8. 1901. j
Notice is hereby given that Mary E.
Mitchell, executrix of the estate of Arm
istead H. Mitchell, diveased, and C. F.
uouaara. Dy K. J. Morrison, attorney in fact
At Big Bug last Sunday evening, in found in a woman of either extreme ' whoee, Ptofflce address is Prescott. ah
SZ RfLmS i! i . -y strong j T
Reams was arrested.
Mexican. Reams shot the latter hv habit n ni--! t.A'XZtLSI S?ZEZL3HL2"
through the fleshy part of the thigh, from exhaustion in some of their func-1 veinfl- bearing gold and silver wit
tions. Between the two is the happv
mean; but how many people have
plenty of life for two!
the emulsion is almost never sh-
All members of Toughs Hose com
pany are requested to meet at their
headquarters tonight promptly at
o o clock as business of much impor-;
tance will come up before the meet-!
ing. Refreshments will be served. Love 8t Teachers' Institute.
Prescott Hotel aorivals, May 6: J j Kate Hilner Rabb, who has
Hahn. Rochester; M Merriman, San ! charming way of telling stories, show
Francisco: R P Oliver. Denver- P. the humor and sentiment
.rowers. Big Bug; Jtl K McDonald. 1KP' lusuiuie in ner story, "i lie
Alexandra; J R Sias, Providence; H Institute at Glendenne." printed in
C Kennedy, San Francisco; Dr F the May Delineator. Of course, there
Farnsworth. New London: N F Arm-j is ove and finally marriage, all of
ister, B L Jones, LE Wheeler, Bos-' which will be interesting to those who
ton, Mass. i 'ike that sort of thing.
- . .. , j Speaking of love prompts us to re-
Some months airo the postoffice de- f, , atL, ,;i ; tC ...... r
. J i j . '...". . iii it. i' i ii . in: .,i,i i LSX
5T 1 1 cr- i
uers f.yaoie ai any omee. rearuless
on what one they are drawn. The
comptroller of the treasury has just
decided that postal money orders are
payable only by postmasters upon
whom they are drawn, and to whom
notice of the same has been sent. It
has been the practice heretofore to
cash money orders at postoffices other
than those on which thev are drawn
and for the postmasters cashing such : as mercury will surely destroy Mm
orders to turn them into the postoffice ' 861186 o smv and completely derange
nueator. devotel to the unromantic
life of Charles Dickens, showing how
the woman he married was a little less
to him than a true mate, and how his
whole life was shadowed over with a
scene of incompleteness.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that
department as vouchers.
An Exciting Runaway
A lively runaway occurred todav
just before noon. The team attached
to Burk & Hickey's lumber wagon
became frightened at something am i
started up Gurley street at a paw
that was a record breaker. The first
team they came across was one of B.
H. Weaver's dray teams which con
cluded that it had urgent business at
the depot. Both of them headed
down Cortez street, the Weaver team
zigzaging back and forth across the
street, making a sort of whip cracker
out of the rear end of the wagon.
The Burke-Hickey made a beeline
for Al's restaurant, which, it was
thought, they intended to enter, but
instead of doing so followed down the
the whole system when entering
through the mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never lie used except
feet each in width, situated in
Rock Millini District 11 inut nf
lavapai and territory of Arizona, and
designated by the field notes and official
plat on file in this office as survey No.
1531, located approximately in township No.
8. north of range No. 3. weet of G. A S.
K. Meridian, said survey No. 1531 being as
LITTLE DANDY LODE.
Beginning at corner No. 1 which is also
l- ir V.i 1 ..f I , .1.:.
, , I - - v. ii- ii.ii hi mi.- ciui.try
OI the I whence original location mon.. a mou of
stones M ft bears S :V de 15 min E 75 ft :
a granite stone 5x8x24 inches, set one foot in
ground, alongside built a mon of stones 3x3
ft stone marked L. D. No. 1-1531 and K. No.
4-1531: a cross on a granite rock in place
marked B. R. L. D. No, 1-1531. bears N. S2
deg B min E 96.5 feet : a cross on a granite
rock in place marked B. R. K. No. 4-1531,
bears N. 7ft deg 45 min W 119 feet; V. S. L.
M. No. 1385 bears S 35 deg 30 mlc E :M0K.8
feet. Thence N. -JO deg 15 min W 750 f.-et to
east side mon Keystone lode of this survey ;
same course 750 feet to corner No. 2 which!.
also eorner No. 3 Keystone lode identical
with cor of location. Ihence N. 52 deg 53
min E. 3(0 MR to north end center, identi
cal with initial mon of location, where is set
a granite stone 4x8x20 ins in ground, along
side built a mon of stones 3x3 ft. stone
markek N. C. E. L. D. No. 1531 ; same course
300 feet to corner No. 3. identical with cor
of location. Thence S. 20 deg 15 min E. 1500
teet to cor No. 4 identical with cor of loca
tion. Thence S. 52 deg 53 min W 300 feet to
south center end. identical with location;
same course 300 feet to corner No. 1 the place
Beginning at corner No. 1 identical with
? Preoptions from reputable physi- j
ciaus, as the damasre they do is ten i of stone marked No. 1-1531 : urnitr. nnck
fold to the good vou can possibly de- in Place niarked B. R. K. No. 1-1531 bears S
manufactured by I . J. Cheney & Co., ; s 37 deg 35 min W 14 0 feet ; U. S. L. M. No.
Toledo. O.. contains no mercury ;nd j 1385 B. R. D. bears S 49 deg 9 min E 2533.3
is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. In buying Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure be sure you get the genu
ine. It is taken interallv. and made
in Toledo, Ohio, by F. j. Cheuey &
Co. Testimonials free.
Sold by druggists, price 75c
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Notice is hereby given that on the
west side of the street mminir in enn. 2rth dav of May. 1901. or as soon
tact with Dr. Barrett's buggy which thereafter as the same can be heard,
was standing at the curb and in which application will lie made to the Gov-
the doctor was seated. Although the i eor of this Territory, at his office in
aoetor walks with the aid of two
canes, when he turned around -;t
that a rear end collision with his bug
gy was inevitable, he jumped out of
his vehicle as nimbly as a boy of four,
teen. He vacated his position none
too soon, as he had barely gotten out
before the crash came. Parties who
witnessed it say that the runaway
team fairly jumped over the doctor s
horse and buggy. Be this as it may.
there was quiet a mixup of horses and
buggy for a few minutes but it sue
ceeded in freeing the team from the
wagon and also in stopping their
further flight. In the meantime Ben
Weaver jr. had climbed on the rear
end of the dray and succeeded in
stopping his horses. An inventory of
results afterwards disclosed a badly
wrecked buggy and some brok-n
harness which was about the onlv
damage done as none of the hors-
seemed to have been injured.
United Moderns Social.
The United Moderns are making
arrangements for a grand social ses
sion next Thursday evening, Mav W.
at Odd Fellows' hall, to which not
ouly Moderns are urged tone present,
but the public in general are invited
to come and have a real old-fashioned
good time. There will be a literary
program, refreshments and dancing,
all for the small sum of 50 cents for
adults and 25 cents for children. The
following is the program:
lor ine immon 01
from the territorial
prison at Yuma.
Per James H. Wright.
Attorney for Dennis.
Excursion Rates to Phenix.
Account of Knight of Pythias grand
lodge meeting fe ! held ill Mesa.
Arizona. May ,h to 1 l,h inclusive M,.. J,
S. F.. P. A: P. K y and P. k E. K. H santae hI of t
will sell tickets from all stations to
Phenix and return at one fare for the
round trip. Tickets on sale Maytith
and 8th. good to return, until May
30th. Similar concessions will li
trranted on ML A P. R. R. betw.-en
Phenix and MesB.
H. P. Anewalt,
Qmm. Passenger Agent.
G. B. Gillette.
feet. Thence N 20 deg 15 min W 18(1 feet to
cor u I Curley lode of this survey; sine
course 500 feet to east center end mon of
C'urli'y lode : same course 500 feet to corner
No 5. Curley lode ; same course 320 feet to
corner No 2 identical with cor of the loca
tion Thence N 60 dt E 300 feet to north
center end identical with location ; same
course 300 feet to corner No 3 which is also
nm V .. -I T L.. 1 r..J.. I 1 .LI.
i.j. 1 " . 11 a. 1 1 l 1 1. i.iiuij ioue 01 hub survey,
" ! identical cor of the location, described
I above. Thence S 20 deg 15 min E 750 tevt tc
1 east side mon. a mon of stones 2x2 feet :
I same course 750 feet to corner No 4 which is
also cor No 1 of the Little Dandy lode of th's
survey, i nence SHU Ueg 3UU teet to south
center end. identical with S. C. E. of the lo
cation ; same course 300 feet to corner No. 1
the place of beginning.
Beginning at corner No 1 identical with
southeast eorner of the locution at a point N
-0 deg15 min W 180 feet from cor No 1 Key
tone lode of this survey, wher" is stt a
crninit- stone Sxl2x24 ins ore net uithf
ground laoHUs u mou of sto i,' :ix t feet
11 oked t No. l-l'-fl : a cross am n granite
rock in place nuked B. K. K. No. l-l.'Cl brs
S. H deg 45 min W 25.5 ft : a cross on a
granite rock in place marked B. H. K. No. 1
1531 lirs S 5 deg 55 min V 13.5 feet ; C. S. L.
M. No 1 : B. R. D. brtirssouth 4"d"g 17 min
c 2l.(i fc -t. Thence N 47 d. g 44 min W I
Sum ,e. t to west side mou: MBM course ,M8 ft
to corner No 2. Theuc N 20 deg 15 min W
orucr No 3 identical with west
he location, the NWcor of the
iiv.itv.iu a mon of stones 2x2 to4 b.wrs S M
dec ii"1 min V -j-H) feet. Thence N M dfg 30
min E 30il feet to c.irnor No 4. id"ntic!il .vith
NK eonec "f the !ot-:ition. Tnenee S i.; deg
44 min E tiO) feet m east side mon. a inan of
stones 2x2 f.(et : same course 348 feet to cor
No 5 at BOM S 0 (leg 15 ivin E U feet
from sor Re f of KsMtane lod,-. Tli ue B
( (Ing 15 min E 500 feet to cnt. r -nd.
original east center end of the location lars
3 ;7ii. g4t mlD E SO feet, a mon of si .ncs
X- f.-'t : sii!' 1'oui'se bin) f i t to con, r No 1
Probably the moat tragic state of
affairs resulting from the attempted
rush of prospectors from Port Vsldez,
Alaska, into the Yukon valley in 19S8
99 has just been brought to light in
the report of Capt. W. R. Abercrom
ble. Second United States infantry, in
charge of building the Trans-Alaskan
military trail, says a western ex
change. He says:
"After an uneventful voyage of six
days anchor was dropped at Port
Valdea, Alaska, on April 81, 1899,
about six o'clock p. m. The scene
that followed the arrival of onr ves
sel at Valdez was one that I shall not
soon forget. Crowding aboard the
steamer came the argonauts of last
season's rush into the Copper River
valley. They now considered them
selves full-fledged miners, although
many of them had never hand
led either pick or shovel since their
entry into the country. A more motley-looking
crowd it would be hard
to imagine. Mackinaw suits of all
varieties and colors, faded and worn
by exposure to the elements and
their long journey over the Valdes
glacier from the Copper river valley.
"Tney seemed to be sadly demor
alized, and from a hurried conversa
tion I had with six or seven I had
known the yer before I was led to
believe that hundreds were dying of
starvation and scurvy beyond the
coast range, in the Copper River val
ley. Most of those then in the set
tlement of Valdrz had little or no
money, but notwithstanding this faot
a wholesale orgy was inaugurated
that lasted until midnight, the cabin
and decks of the steamer giving evi
dence of the potent influence of the
liquor on those who had indulged so
freelyand who were now lying around
in various attitudes sleeping off the
effects. That they had passed a ter
rible winter was beyond all question
"One of the first men from whom I
could get an intelligent account of
the condition 01 things was Quarter
master's Agent Charles Brown, whose
salutation to me was: 'My God, cap
tain, it has been terrible! I tail
you the early days 01 Montana were
not s marker to what I have gone
through this winter: It was awful.'
"I noticed in talking to these peo
ple that over 70 per cent, of them'
were more or less mentally deranged. :
My attention was first directed to this
fact by their reference to s 'glacial
demon.' One big, raw-boned Swede,!
In particular, described to me how
this demon had strangled his son pn
the glacier his story being that he
had just started from Twelve-Mile
Camp (a small collection of buts just
across the coast range of mountains
from Valdez) with his son to go to
the coast in company with some oth
er prospectors. When half-wav an
the summit of tie glacier, his son,
who was ahead of him hauling a sled,
while he was behind pushing, called
to him, saying tbat the demon had !
attacked him ana had his srms
around his neck. The lather ran to
the son's assistance, but, aa he de-
Scribed it, his son, being very strong,
soon drove the demon away, and
they passed on their way up townri
the summit of Valdez glacier. The
weather was very cold, and the wind
blowing very hard, so that it made
traveling very difficult in passing over
the ice between the huge crevasses
through which it was necessary to
pick their way to gain the summit.
"While in the thickest of these
crevasses the demon again appeared.
He was said to be a small, heavy
built man, and very active, he again
sprang on the son's shoulders, this
time with such a clasp that, although
the father did all he could to release
him, the son wae finally strangled to
death. The old man then put the
son on the sled and brought him
down to Twelve-Mile Camp, where the
other prospectors helped him bury
"uuring the recital of this tale the
old man's eyes would blaze, and he
would go through all the actions to
illustrate just how he fought off this
imaginary demon. When I heard this
story there were some ten or twelve
other men in the cabin, and at that
time it would not nave been safe to '
dispute the theory of the existence
of this demon of the Valdez glacier.
M every man in there firmly believed
it to be a reality. I was informed by
Mr. Brown that this was a common !
form of mental derangement incident
to those whom a fear of scurvy had
driven out over the glacier, where so
many had perished by freezing to
A Handsome Bicycle Will be Given Away
EREE on July 4th, to the holder of the Lucky Number.
The wheel is of the latest
style, with the latest improved
safety coaster attachment, and
is guaranteed for one year by
To get this wheel all you
have to do is to
PURCHASE ONE DOLLAR'S
WORTH OF MERCHANDISE
At our store, and every dol
lar's purchase at our store en
titles vou to a chance
Choice Will be Given of at
Gent's, Lady's or Boy's WheeLd-
The Wheel is Now on Exhibition in Our Window
BIG BUG SMELTER
Notice U hereby given that the Arizona
Eastern A Montana Smelting Ore Purchaa
intf and Development Company hart leased
the Boggs mines, smelter and pipe line, and
that the undersigned will in no way be re
sponsible for debts contracted in operating
COMMERCIAL MIXING CO.,
J. . Douglas, AgeDt.
Octobe 27, 1899.
Notice is hereby given that the Homestead
mine, located in the Walker mining district,
is now being worked under a bond, and that
the undersigned, owner of said mine, will
not be responsible for any labor, accident or
debts of the same which may accrue daring
the period of said bond.
Prescott, Arizona. Jan. 8, 1900.
NIGHT HAWK, Et Al.
undersigned, owner of tie Night
Hawk. White Hawk, ind Scottish t hief inin-
C. S. Land Office. Prescott, Arix.,
May 6, 1901. (
Notice is hereby given, that W. P. Hamlyn
whoee pout office address is Wickenbnrg,
Arizona, has this day Hied his appli
cation for a patent for 3741 linear
feet of the Mountain Chief, Sampson and
Elsie mining claims, bearing gold, silver
and copper, with surface ground 600 feet
in width each, situate in Black Rock
mining district, county of Yavapai,
and Territory of Arizona, and designated by
the field notes and official plat on file in this
office as survey number 1536, approximately
in township 8 north of range 3 west unsur
veyed. G. and S. R. meridian, said survey
No. 153b being as follows :
MOUNTAIN CHIEF LODE.
Beginning at corner No I. the N E corner
of the claim, where a granite stone 8x8x24
inches set one foot in the ground, alongside
a monument of stones 3x3 feet, stone mark
ed M. C. No 1-1536: a cross on a granite
rock in place marked B. R. M. 0 No 1-1536,
bears S 62 deg 43 min E 23.1 feet: a cross on
a granite rock in place marked B. R. M. C.
No 1-153B. brs N 5 deg 15 min w 16.5 feet. U.
S. L. M. No 1385 B. R. D. brs N 60 deg 2S
min E 8038 feet : thence S 36 deg W 750 fast
to east side monument, s mon of stones 2x3
feet : same course 400 feet to corner No 3
Sampson lode of this survey ; same course
300 feet to corner No 4 Sampson lode of this
survey : same course SO feet to corner No 2 a
granite stone 6x8x24 inches set one foot in.
ground alongside a mon of stones 3x3 feet;,
thence N 54 dvti W 300 feet-to south center
end ; same course 300 feet to eorner No 3;
thence N 36 deg E 750 feet to west side mon
a mon of stones 2x2 feet : same coarse 750 ft
to corner No 4; thence S 54 deg E30Ufeet
to north center end : same course 300 feet to
cornor V,i 1 th nlace of beizinninff. The
; survey of the Mountain Chief lode is identical
j with the location.
Beginning at eorner No 1, identical with
cor of the location, which is also cor No 2, of
the Elsie lode of this survey, where a por
phyry stone 6x8x24 inches is set one foot in
the ground alongside a mon of stones 3x3 ft,
stone marked S No 1-1536: same stone mark
ed E No j 1 " i ; a cross on a granite rock in
jlace marked BRS No 1-1536 brs S 17 deg 45
min W 75 feet. V. S. L. M. No 1386 bears N
57 deg 48 min E 8559.8 feet : thence N 47 deg
: W 741 feet to east side mon and corner No 2
' identical with the location : thence S 41 deg
30 min W :JU feet to corner No 3 at intersec
tion of line 1-2 of Mountain Chief tode;
trig claims, and Night Hawk mill site, situat
ed in Pine Grove district, Yavapai county.
Arizona, having bonded the same, will not
be responsible for any debts contracted
against said property during the time of said
Prescott, Arizona. Peb. 1, 1900.
STANDARD AND BUSTER
Notice i hereby (riven that the Standard nrt
Bnitter group of mines, lwated in th- lln
firove ilistrirt. Bradshsw mountain?, are now
being workct under lnnl und lea--, an-' h
the owners of the same will not be responsible
tor any labor, accident, or debts of the sami
accrued under the terms of the lease.
J. A. Fobbes.
May 12. 199.
ASTEC, FAIRVIEW, ET. AL
Notice is herebr given that neither the Axtee !
Fairview,"MauDelle, Silver Trail. W. E. Thome,
Lillian and Nellie D. Mining claims, situated
in the Hassayampa mining district, Yavnpai
county, Arizona, known as the Sundance prop
erties, nor the undersigned owner of BBM
claims wilt be responsible for any debts or
other obligations contracted by Messrs Palmer I
ami Minxly while operating aiil property un
dor lease. J. H. WILKERSON.
By Robt. E. Morrison, attornev in fact.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
is the owner of the Copper Glance mine, lo
cated in the Eureka mining district, Yavapai
countv. Arizona, and that I will not be re
sponsible for any debts contracted for labor ; thence S 36 deg W 300 feet to corner No 4,
whence the N cor of location brs 4 aeg
JUST ARRIVED. The most ele
gant and varied assortment, all of
Latest Styles, ever seen in Prescott.
My Millinery Department is now
under the management ofJJ
An artisti: milliner, formerly head
trimmer of the Savoy of San Fran
cisco. Can Trim Hats to beco ne
any Features. Have also just re
ceived a complete line of..vJ
Stylish Shirt Waists,
Real Estate always advances when valuable improvements
are mal". The capitol of Arizona is completed and turned over
to the territory. The state officers now all occupy rooms set
apart for them. Electric cars every 15 minutes. City water also
1 00 Inches of Water , I
In the Salt River Canal and Every
Lot Guaranteed Plenty of Water
The soil is sandy and no mud. Xow is the time to get lots at
rcaiiialle price in the middle of fine residences altvadv con
structed and many still to be built. Sold on the installment
plan if desired, so that all may secure a desirable lot.
1VL E COLLIN,
or otherwise airainst said mininu claim
parties working under bond, lease or other-
i wise. M.iui'..
Jan. 15 .lflOl. Jan 24. tf
ONTARIO GROCP OF MINES.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
are the owners of the Ontario group of
mines, located in Black Hills mining dis
trict, and that we will not be responsible for
any debts contracted for labor or otherwise
against said mining claim by parties work
ing the said ( mtario group.
W. VY. Munds 4 Co.
Prescott. Arizona. April 1. 1S01.
"The Scenic Line of Arizona.'
sun ff. ran ?
PRESCOTT S EASTERN RAILWAY.
WITH THE SANTA FE SVSTE.T
Is the shortest and quickest route between
Phoenix. Kansas City. St. Louis. Chicago
and all Eastern points.
Wo. 7, So jj
S4a M00p lv ..
1 15p 10 30a lv..
ft 40a 4 15a Iv..
1 IIROt liH TIME TABLE.
.Chicago ar 7 40a
Kansas City., lv 5 45p
. .La Junta lv lO.Klp
2 Xo. 8
49 min W 7f7 .8 feet : thence S 46 deg 49 min
: E 7Ti'.:J ft to cor No 5 which is also cor No 3
1 of Elsie lode of this survey, identical with loe
' ation : thence N 41 deg 30 min E 300 feet to S.
' center end. which is also the north center end
of the Elsie lode of this:
300 feet to cor No 1 the place of t
vey of exterior boundaries.
Betrinniruz at corner No 1 the SE corner of
j claim where a granite stone ttXBX24 ins is set
one foot in ground, alongside a mon of stones
. 3X3 feet, stone marked E No 1- 153K : a cross on
! a granite rock in place marked B R E No 1-
15. brs N 71 deg W 13 ft ; a cross on a granite
! rock in place marked B R E No 1-1536, brS
! 18 deg 55 min W U.ft. Corner No 1-1530
I Azurite Copper lode brs N 9 deg 40 min E 985
ft. C.S.ILM. No 1385 bears N 47 deg 43 min
I E 8499.4 feet; thence N 39 deg 30 min W 750ft
j to north side monument ; same course 750 feet
; to cor No 2 which is also cor No 1 Sampson
lode of this survey : thence S 41 deg 30 min W
, 300 feet to north center end which is also the
I south center end of Sampson lode of this sur
vey: same course 300 fttocorNo3. which is
! alsocorNo5of Sampson lode of this survey;
, thence S39 deg 30 min E 750 feet to south side
mon : -anu- ruurse 750 ft to cor No 4 : thence X
; 41 deg 30 min E 300 feet to south center end :
same course 300 feet to cor No 1, the place ot
beginning survey of exterior boundaries. I be
survey of the Elsie lode is identical with the
Magnetic variation 14 deg E.
Mountain Chief lode 30.S6 acre
Sampson lode 10X "
Elsie lode 30.402 f
No. 17 First Avenue
. . . Denver ar in 00
La Junta lv 3 25a.
La unta ar 10 S0p
ar.. Pueblo (DARG).
ar..Kt Moro(DARO). J I
Mrs. R. R. Blaine COO VER'S LiVCT Pills
OUR NEW STOCK OF
For 1901 have arrived. Every last
season's seed has been beautifully
We will meet the price of any Rood
Eastern Seedsman, and we y the
postage on all small seeds.
Oblige us with your order.
Because they effect cures without any grip
ing, sick stomach or unpleasant results.
Because thev actually cure all liver, kidney
stomach and bowel troubles.
9 i5p 6 35p lv
1 (Bp K lOp ar
1 :ip V rp lv
12 30a 1 2.5a Iv
7 00a ar
12 top ar
2 Sal It
5 Ma! It.
6 Mp ar
No 4 Chicago Ltd
Albuquerque . lv
Because all nursing mothers will find these
pills have no equal, neither griping mother
Because thev are the only pills that are a
constitutional tonic and blood purifier.
For Sale by Brisley Drug Co., Prescott, Ariz.
Coover Medicine Co.
7 H)p l! lua
s 30a 7 lop
5 .10p : ooa
Ash Fork ar, 5 25p $ 55a
Barstow . ...lv 2 10a 1 20p
Los Atneles . .It! 7 lap
. San Diego.... Ivi 1 35p
Mojare lT 11 10s
Rak-rrield ..IT ! 7 40a
r.. San Francisco.. lrl I 8 OOp
No. 3 California Ltd
fl imp v. Los Angeles., ar :a Thnrs
10 40plv Barstow lv 3 40a Thnrs
10 55a lv Ash Fork ....It! a 2Sp Wed
114."plv .Albuquerque. lv lilli. Wed
9 22alv. .. Trinidad ... lv 27p Tues
11 57a lv La Junta . .lv 3 45p Tues
6 imp ar
2 41a lv."
- l p sr
Denver lv 11 00a Tues
Kansas City . .lv
. . Chicago It
LOCAL TIME TaBLE
No. 1 Southbound
No . 2 Northbound
Kansas City, Mo.,
Albuquerque, N. M.
fi mii lv Ash
7 SOp lv Jerome Junction
8 20p' PA E Junction.
8 3np ar Prescott
8 iSn It ProseoU
10 24p Iv Kirkland
E. Corner l".aza.
Seeds Seeds Seeds
GARDEN AND FLOWER.
Lawn Grass Seeds in Packages and Bulk !
..Hot Springs Junction..
P. & E. R. R.
U. V. A P R. R.
II 2Aa It . Jerome
1 20p ar Jerome Junction....
11 32p lv.
12 2a lv.
12 Wa lv
2 17a, It. .
I 40a ar.
11 40a lv
12 1 p lv
rk ar 10 40a
..It 8 15a
It 8 OOa
. sr 7 00h
. .It; 5 OOa
lv 3 OOa
. lv 2 lis
.lv 1 40a
Iv 12 "2
..lv 11 30p
ar 10 20s
IV 1 V,H
..It 9 25a
..lv f 15a
.ar 11 25a
THE . "PALACE!"
Our Thirty Years'
In selecting seeds for this market enables us
for the soil and climate of Northern Arizona.
to chose varieties tnost suitable
T Vole, at Ei.arle
Two crowi hovered orer the edire
of the cornfield. Beneath them stood i
a solitary flrure in feminine attire.
Ml of the latest mode, alth
tbat did not interest the
wuose eyes were not nzed o
terintr skirt or jackot, but on the
green shoots of the young corn.
I m sure it is a woman," said the
younger crow, nervously.
Jhe old crow jeered loudly. "IV
"How do you know?"
"Would a woman stand all day in
one spot with no one to look at her?"
The report of a gun cut short the
young crow's reply.
"I told vou so!" the old crow
chuckled, after a swift glance at the
figure beneath them. "A woman
would have run. Coma on!" Youth's
KELLY i STEPHENS
riy Stock of Wines, Liquors,
Cigars and Other Wet
Goods are of the Best and Purest Make
W HENEVER YOU WANT
For time at other local stations call on
Connections. Jerome Junction with f. V. &
P. Ry for Jerome: P. A E. Junction with P. A E.
R. R. for Hnron and Mayer; Mayer with stage
to Crown Kiig and other mining points;
cott with ptsRe lint for all the principal min
ing camp: Congr.-s Junction with stage lines
for Congri-.s. Hsnita Hala, Stanton and Yar
nell: H. t Springs Junction with C. C. H. S. A l
Co.. for fa-tic Creek Hot Springs, the all year
round health resort: Phean with the M. A P.
v 8. R. V. rallr.jads for points on the S. P. sys
tem. H. P. ANEW ALT. General Passenger Agent
G. B. GILLETTE. City Ticket Agent,
Total area of claims 51.147
This claim is located on unrorveyed land,
approximately in twp 8 N R :i W G and S B
meridian. Black Rock mining district, Ya-a-
pai county. Arizona.
Mountain Chief vein extends from the ini
tial monument N 36 deg E 750 feet and S 38
deg W 750 feet. Sampson vein extends from
the north center end monument S 47 deg S
741 feet and northeasterly into the Mountain
Chief ground 800 feet. Elsie vein extends
from the north center end monument S 39
deg 30 min E 1500 feet.
Notice of the location of the Mountion
Chief claim is recorded in book 45 of mines
pages 379-380 records of Yavapai county,
Arizona. Notice of the location of the Samp
son claim is recorded in book 51 of mines,
pages 325-sJb, same records. Notice of the
location of the Elsie claim is recorded in
book 5- of mines, page 186. same record.
The Elsie claim is bounded on the north
bv the Azurite copper claim, surrey No 1530.
There are no other adjoining claims or
Any and all persons claiming adversely
any portion of said Mountain Chief.
Sampson or Elsie mines or surface
ground arc required to file their ad
verse claims with the register of the United
States Land Office at Prescott. in the terri
tory of Arizona, during the sixty days period
of publication hereof, or they will be barred
by virtue of the provisions of the statua
FREDERICK A. TBITLE, JB.,
publication May 8, 1901.
Application for a Patent.
rS fine music every NiQHT Merchandise or Mining Supplies
MOM fcZLflA SlKEBa. I Remember the Old Established House
Mercy Hospital ! The 0. K. STORE
This institution, under the direction of
The SISTERS OF MERCY
-1? heHUtidilly itn.ted in
ue region of W est I'rescott.
the l'llic t'lt,.
fajfl'aricnt" : ive ev.-ry ' sr.-
. and attention and can e.cct their .
. own physicians.
Staple and Fancy Groceries, A Full Stock of Men's Furnishing Goods
Always on Hand. All Goods Fresh and IpTo-Datc.
JOSEPH DOUGHERTY, Proprietor
United Verde i Pacific Ry.
To MwSatM Nov. Pi. 19U).
" i 1
Miss Annie Burke
..Mrs. R. Jackson
. . Elaine Wetmore
.Miss Ethel Shull
.Miss Clara Cline
X J rr-i , r -
raun uauces xne Misses ragan
Piano Solo Miss A. Burke
Prize Cake Walk Open to all
After refreshments the entertain
ment will conclude with dancing.
Thomas P. Cupp.
Michael R. Cupp. father of Thum;i
P. Cupp. died on August 25. 1899. If
Thomas P. Cupp sees this notice it
will be to his interest to return, or
write to his mother. Anyone kn ow
ing of the wherealjouts of Thomas
"X. . : 1 1 9 t i i -
x iii win cuuier a tax'or uv seminar
Ha ring perfected arrangements, I
Hi prepared to erect and guarantee.
tn Drv-Coueeiitrutiug-Plaiit. on pru;
: erties suitable for dry concentration.
High grade ores can ! redaeed ia
bulk, so as to save one-half to Hire,
fourths of the freight and smelting
Low grade ores can lx reduced to a
Cyaniding or-s can le greatly re
duct! in bulk and cleaned of dust
i . . ...
ano prevented from luiiiug.
For further partinilars apply to
Louis Wolflev. Phenix, Arizona.
A Doughnut Coin.
The new 3-cent piece soon to be
issued by the government has already
been styled the "doughnut coin" by
reason of the fact that the piece is to
have a hole in the center. This iuuo
ration in the coinage of a part of
Uncle Saul's moiier was deemed nee
essary from the fact that the new coin
is of the exact size and of the same
material as the present B txmA piece.
i!Hce or rtiirMiliu;
Magnetic variation 14 detfreer' east.
Little Dan.ly hide in.7'
KeTKtoue lode KI.X T
Qaxtluj lode 1XM2
Total area of lisle claim 54.u;;
LOCATION AXn HO! XUAK1KS.
This chum is located on unsurxi ycd land,
approximately in townships north. Rteasi
w.-rt. i. and S. R. M..in Black Itock n i.iing
di.-trii't. Vnvapii county. Arizona, ai:d is
bound. J on the north by O'Brien and Case's
locations. naiiK-s of claims unknown : on the
east by the Toll--- lodo: on the south by the
Lone Star and Horneslakc lodes. claimi-J by
1 Mr. Uursoii. and on the west by Uotau's lo
cation, all of which claims are unsuneyid.
xein extends from
You are much more liable to disease
when your lirer and Ixnvcls do not act
properly. DeWitt's Little Kirlv Ki
ers remove the cause of th'" disease.
Brisley Drug Co.
I am still in it now at the south
side of the plaza, m-xt to the I'rosixrt
ertice. will no all carriage tninn.inir
word to this .iffiee or by writing to and upholstering work at reasonablo
H . Cupp, box 605,
Little Dandy xein extends from the dis
covery shaft S 11) dejr 15 min E !Ki fcetto
south center end of claim and X 'JO dea 15
min W 141n fc.-t to north center cud : Key- I
-' vein extends from the north n 1 ler end j
B M dea 1") min BUM feet to the south
center end: ( jruy vein extends from the
discovery cut S 4," d k 44 min W l-.-J.v f, et to
the west cent -r end.
Notice of the locution of the Little Dandy
lode is rooordi-d in look 38 of mini s. pac
133: Hid ..I the o. yslone hale in Ixaik 37 of
mines. psjaaaaajB, amended notice of same
being in look 4-1 of mines. ku;c G:i5-i.r7 : and
of the Purhy lode i.i book 44 of mini s :ges
S38-48K, nil i:i the odicc of the recorder of
Yavnimi county. Arizona, and records o' said
Anyand all s-rsons elaimiiut adversely sny
port sua of the said Liitl Dandy,
Keystone er Curley miniim claims
or surface mound are required to tile
their adverse claims with th- Reyier
of the l uil.xl Stales Land Office nt 1'rcseott,
Ariz. ma. within sixty days from the date of
the first publication of this notice, or 'hey
will lie barred by virtue of the provisions of
FREDERICK A. TRITLE. Jr.,
First publication May 8. 1901.
Wanted. A team of good road
horses for a long trip that will weigh
from 900 to 1000 pounds. Price must
be reasonable. Apply at cottage next
th. survey of the cx-1 to Brinknieyer's restaurant. 6t
If people knew what we know alxmt
about Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, it would
Ik? used in nirly ererr household, as
there are few (x-ople who do not suf
fer from a feeling of fullness after
eating, belching, flatulence, sour stom
ach or water brash, caused by indi
gestion or dyspepsia. A preparation
such as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, which,
with no aid from the stomach, will di
jgestrour food, certainly can't help
but do you good. Brisley Drug Co.
"I have l)een suffering from dys
pepsia for the past twenty years ami
haxe Ix-en unable after trying all pre
parations and physicians to get any
relief. After taking one Isittle of ;
Kodol Dyspepsia Core I found relief
and am now in better Health than I
havelx'en for twenty years. I cannot
praise Kodol Dyspepsia Cure too
highly." thus writes Mrs. C. W. Rob- j
erts. North Creek, Ark. Brisley Drug '
This wonderful medicine cures in
somnia, steadies the nerves, stimulates
the kidneys, and purifies the blood.'
It cures all stomach troubles such as
dyspepsia, indigestion and flatulency.
Try it also for malaria, fever and
( )n receipt of price we pay postage
on Ajax Tablets. Brislev Drug Co.,
Ring up 59 for fresh vegetables of
all kinds promptly delivered. F. H.
Baldwin, successor to F. E. Jones, tf
Vaccine virus, at Ross' drug store.
Just received. Guaranteed fresh.
OR PARTKTI.ARs APPLY TO
jffijf re sold ex-er-.-whero. 6i
i9oi sa Aaaswl f .
Wo. c.v.,;;, "jj'
. Hr She..
. . R.Mlkin
. . .Summit . . .
. . . . Davis
.. .J. Jc't'n ...
9 2Sall 2Sa
S 57a 10 57a
s WalO 1
10a 10 10a
7 4.5a 9 4.5a
7 0Ua 9 00a
T. W. OTIS, AGENT, PRESCOTT, A T
1 he Uolden eagle otore
THE CHOICEST BRANDS
OF WINES ANDLIQUCsS
THE LE AIMNO BRANDS OF
tat y to Loan
Tit 3af,ll'c e: c: Isrrsved City Pr.-rerty.
LOW RATES. NEW "DAYTON" PLK
INTEREST DBCREABI8 A3 YOU Par
WHERE YOU CAN BUY
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware,
Stationery and Novelties
AT THE RIGHT PmCE.-.
Watches, Clock and Jewelry Rcraired at Reasonable Price.
C. B. LINN, Proprietor.
D. CAMPBELL DAVIES & CO.
Representing the Largest European and American
::.'. 6 30a I...
4- w 50a
m 7 05a . . . .
13 Mp 7 25 ....
-2 -top 7 45a
I 52D 7 7a ....
12op !i J6a a J. Jc't'n 1
Connections at Jer me Junction :
No. 1 connects with S. F. P. A P. So 2 for all
point: ca.-t and west via Ash Fork; also with
No. 3, south bound freight.
No. connects with 8. F. P. A P. No. 1 foi
all points south: also No. 4, north bound
PHenirers arriving at Jerome Junction from
the ,..uil, on s F P A P No 2 and from the north
on No .1 make dinet connections for Jerame on
our imii: No. 4, and thoe fr.-m the north on 3.
F P .'. P No. 1 reavh Jerome the followiug morn
ing on our No 2.
Pai l P. H.ti"i.
General Passenjer Agent.
HundMHiiely fnrnihed. Every
thine n the hoiue entirely new,
with Bnth Rooma on every floor,
lighted by electricity and elt
ti'ically wired thriantliout. The
liiunt ltKHtion in the city, but
one block and half from J-uot.
Kight in the busim-ae center.
Cuisine ,f ifiHvial excellence.
Wine riMini up to date. Particn
Inr iittention paid to Commercial
tntde. Fine Sample Khiii. (n
An., riciiu and European. Plans.
Kute.- to .suit.
MURRAY McINNERNAY, Pror
Telepitone So. 150.
United States Land OfBca. I
Preecott. Arizona, May 6, 1901. f
Notice U hereby given that C. P. Wing
field, whoee poet office addreee ia Big
Bug. Arizona, has this day tiled his
application for a patent for 7.76 acres of
the Princes placer claii i situated in Big
Bug mining dLstrict,e,unty of YaTa
pai. Territory of Arizona, and designat
ed by the held notes and official plat
on file in this office as survey number 1538,
on uusurveyed land approximately in town
ship ll' north, range 1 east. Gila and Salt
river meridian. Arizona, said survey number
1X8, beiug as follows :
Beginning at corner No. 1. idential with
the north corner of the location, where a
pine post A-, feet long and four inches
square is set 18 incites in the ground, sur
rounded by a monument of stones and earth,
scribed P. 1-1538, -"whence C. S. L. M. No.
15& bears N 66 deg 48 min W 629 feet. The
north corner of C. Pi Wingtield's bouse brs
3 63 deg 25 min E 176 feet. No other bear
ings available. Thence S 50 deg 05 min W
460 feet to corner No - identical with the
west comer of the location. Thence south
34 deir 55 min E 5( ft to corner No 3, identi
cal with the corner of the location. Thence
N 46 deg 0 min E 7C.8 feet to corner No 4,
whence corner of location bears N 46 deg 30
min E 30 feet. Thence X 63 deg 33 min W
363 feet to a monument on the line : same
course I'll' feet to corner Xo. 1. the place of
Magnetic variation 14 degrees east.
Total net area of claim, 7.76 acres.
The claim is located on unsurveyed land
approximately in twp ll' N., R. 1 E., O. S.
K. meridian, in Big Bug mining district.
Yavapai county. Arizona.
The claim is bounded on the northeast by
Brushy Wash claim, on the southwest by the
Bay View claim, and the Montezuma claim
lies north of it. There are no known mines,
veins, lodes, suit springs, or mill sites within
the boundary of this claim.
Ni.tice of the location of the Princes placer
claim is recorded in book 51 of mines page
-1. records of Yavapai county, Arizona.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
any portion of said IVinces placer claim or
surface ground a re required to file their ad-
verse claims with the register M ine idiko
States Land Office at Prescott, territory of
Arizona, within sixty days from the date of
the first publication of this notice or they
will be barred by virtue of the provisions of
FREDERICK A. TRITLE. JR..
First publication May 8. 1901.
Mills, Mines and Smelting Machinery Suppiies
MARTINOELL S HORNE Agents, Prescot )URANG0
Export Trade a Specialty.
MEXICO We Can be Found at Motel Burke
Notice of Forfeiture.
Zonia. Arizona. February 18. 1901.
To (i. R. Hugtu s. his heirs or assigns:
You are hereby notified that we have ex
pended during the years 1 and 1900 Twc
Hundred Dollars ifcOO) In labor and im
(n ts upon the I !ymro mine, situated
in Waluut Grove Mining District. County of
Yavui, Territory of Arizona. th notice of
location whereof is of record in the office of
the county recorder, in book 52 of mines,
page 343. of Mining Records of Yavapai
county. Arizona, in order to hold said claims
underihe provisions of Section -ti4 of the
Revised Statutes of the United States and
the an eudim nts thereto couceming annual
labor upon mining claims. The above sum
expended was the sum of $100 for each of
said years, it being the amount required to
hold said claim for the period ending De
cember 31. lf and 1!J0.
And if within ninety (90) dnys from the
H-rsoiial service of this notice, or within
ninety i ')) days after Th publication hereof,
you fail or refuse to contribute your propor
tion of said expenditures as co-owner, yow
interests in the said niiii'ug claim will be
come the property of the subscribers, your
co-oxvners. who have made the required ex
penditure by the terms of said section 2324,.
J. W. Lind,
Firt publication. F
..Hrnsrv 20, 1901.