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WARNING TO AMERICANS.
Ed. Block has gone to California on
Wanted A woman for house-clean -ing.
at 21 north Montezuma street.
By 8 o'clock on Tuesday night a
corn dodger social will commence at
Plummer s log house. Put on your
rags and bring the folks.
Take 50 cents to Joe Wilson's
and trade it for a $1.00 suit of uudci
wear. A two to one shot.
We might say fine things about
our $10.00 special suits, but, purchas
ers will spread the news soon enough.
Diop in and see us. You'l be as
welcome as sunshine, and we're sure
to make a clothier friend of vou. J.
Every man who ever wore one of
Wilson's $2.50 hats knows its value
better than we can tell. You'd lie
surprised to know how many S5.00
men there are that have tested them
to their entire satisfaction. Even
shape and every color you find in the
$5.00 agencv hat. we duplicate lot
We haven't all the clothing then
is nor have we "the best" but we have
as good as any. and better than many.
See our $10 line of suits. They are
the pick of the town. J. W. Wilson.
The Journal-Miner of tomorrow will
contain a complete write up of Pres
cott's elegant new hotel the new
Prescott Hotel arrivals June 3: W
S M Cartnev. Glendale; H M Kenedy
T M Elder. Phenix; B L Garrison.
Colorado; W J Lester, Mayer; J L
Davis. Yal Yerde; J I Johnson and
wife, McCabe; Mrs I T Stoddard.
Stoddard; Mrs. C. P. Wingfield, Hu
ron; Max J Alwin. Maxton: Ham
Kelly, Ash Fork; Miss Lucy Muller.
Jerome; Charles J George, Los An
pies; J H Wingfield, Marioa Rut
ledge, Camp Verde; Anton Pejk.
Arthur W Lewis, J F Ball, Los An
geles, Dan Reams, Big Bng; John K
Have you seen the line of $3.50
shoes at Wilson's? They are the weli
known "King Quality" brand. The
have no equal. Sold all oyer the east
There was a special meeting at Odd
Fellows hall last night of the United
Moderns to receive Vice Supreme
Chancellor E. W. Elliott, who is iti
the city for the purpose of working up
an interest in the order and adding
number of new members to the roll.
The initiation fee was reduced froui
$8.50 to $5 for gentlemen, or $8.50 for
man and wife, and the meeting nights
were changed from everv second and
fourth Thursday nights to everv
Thursday night for sixty days. Mr.
Elliott is a rustler and will no doubl
build up the lodge to quite an extent.
The lodge will elect its officers for the
ensuing term at its meeting Thursday
night of this week.
Keep your feet cool in a pair of
Wilson's $1.50 canvass shoes. Com
fort and style combined.
Contractor Sturtevant was in town
last evening and reported the Del Rio
pipe line completed, so far as the lay
ing of pipe was concerned, with the
exception of a gap of about a quarter I
of a mile. This he said he expected
to complete today. A number of air
MM and other connections remain
to be made, which will occupy an
other day or two. He says he ex
pects to start up the big pump with
in the next two or three days and run
it for a few days to get the machin
ery properly adjusted and running
smoothly before putting it on pres
sure, and it will be June 10 or proli
ably a day or two later before the big
pump will be set at work sending
water into Prescott. The contractor
is required to work the pump for ten
days and to deliver a given quantity
of water in Prescott during this time
before the system is received by the
A surgical operation is not neces
sary to cure piles. DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve saves all that expense
and never fails. Beware of counter
feits. W. W. Ross and Brisley Drug
I am still in it now at the south
Tutted Starrs ( onanist In I onrton
! Circular Showing; thr mo
lt 7 of Qur.i. After Entatea.
The Cnited States consulate in Lon
don has issued a circular warning
Americans who seek English fortunes
and landed estates that most of such
I claim are spurious. The dreamers are
I of three classes in general, the object
of their quests being landed estates,
money supposed to be lodged in the
Bank of England and unclaimed
chancery funds. The circular saya:
"As to land, no action to recover real
estate in Creat Britain can be brought
! after years from the lime the right
j accrued, or, in case of disabilities or
. infancy, after 30 years. It is a pro
digious error to think that there is un
claimed property deposited in the
Bank of England and earning fabulous
interest. The bank keeps a record of
unclaimed stock and dividends and
nothing else. Anyone who thinks him
self entitled to these must furnish pre
cise details respecting the name of the
Mockholder. the amount of the hold
ing and the date of issue.
"The total amount of unclaimed
chancery funds is only about 100.000. j
Not more than half that sum exceeds j
4.' 150 per account, and not more than ;
one-seventeenth of these exceed 1
Consul (General Osborne aaid recent- !
ly: "We consider that we have a dull ,
week when less than eight or ten of our I
fellow countrymen apply for million-!
dollar fortunes. Ninety-nine per cent. !
of the cases submitted are entirely j
visionary. Advertisements for alleged
heirs or next of kin are the source of
many of these great expectations. A
thriving business is done by some al
leged agents who thus traffic in Yankee :
loo. aaken, Etc., aHoaoa
'The Scenic Line of Arizona.-
THE SHIP'S COW BOOED.
the FoKhora and Mlitooh It
Rolatlve The Hs
The craze for Japanese things
ao far affrcted some women
much leisure time upon their hands
that they are having odd little de
signs worked upon their arms and
shoulders in faint delicate tints. An
English dancer began this fashion
with a butterfly on her upper arm,
and it became a rage in London to
have some design of the sort done on
People who go to Japan have their
tattooing done by the native artists;
but it is done with equally good re
sults in New York by an Irishman
who haa a small shop on the Bowery
and has worked up a fashionable
trade in this odd pursuit that has
made him rich, saya the Sun.
Old-fashioned tattooing was done
crudely with a needle, which often in
flamed and irritated the skin. Now
adays It is done with an electrical con
trivance which etches a design finely
and painlessly. Colored inks are used,
and their use is a secret which the
Japanese artists have mastered to
perfection. There are books of won
lerful colored designa for tattooing
which one can choose from; birds,
beasts and reptiles. The snake is a
favorite with the tattooed, some of
whom have one represented as being
wound about the arm from the wrist
to the shoulder.
Women who go tn for this fad
"hoose as a rule some small, dainty
tnd less terrifying pattern, butter
flies being the popular fashion at
present. New York's tattooer visits
the houses of his fashionable patrons.
At hardly any hour of the day is he
disengaged, as a ateady stream of less
fsshionable customers throng his
shop for the purpose of having va
rious designs of trade, religious sym
bols, portraits, landscapes and names
sketched upon their arms in colored
H M ura Hon
w a a -v .mi in it. miljvvii v.
nair Kesiorer railway.
PRESCOTT 4 EASTERN RAILWAY.
A Preparation Ouaranteed to
Prevent Hair Fal tng Out.
Money Refunded If It Fails!
Brisley Drug Company
MINE WARNING NOTICES!
BIG BUG SMELTEB.
Notice is hereby given that the Arizona
Eastern i Montana Smelting Ore Purchas
ing and Development Company has leased
the Boggs mine, smelter and pipe line, .and
that the undersigned will in no way he re
sponsible for debt? contracted in operating
t tic same.
COMMERCIAL MIXING CO.,
J. S. Douglas. Agent.
Octobe 27, 1899.
WITH THE SANTA FE SYSTEfl
Is the shortest and quickest ronte between
Phoenix, Kansas City, St. Louis. Chicago
and all Eastern points.
Wo. f So 1
2 a 10 nop lv
2 15p!l0 an It.
. . ..Chicago ar 1 40a: OOp
Kanas City. . It I 4Sp 8 OUa
...La Jnnta It 10 SOpI 9 4Sa
10 45a, 7 10a It
1 iSp 6 .Vp Iv
1 05plJ lOpar.
1 30p 12 SSpjlT
12 aoel 1 2Aa lT
. . .Denver.
ar 10 00a
It 3 2Se
ar 10 30p
. . Ash Fork .
. . . Baratow . .
Mojave . .
I 7 40a
i 8 OOp
ar . . San Francisco . . It
No. 4 Chicago Ltd, No. 3 California LM
fit i 6 OOpllrTT.Tos Angeles. . .an 8 NsJTbnrt
10 40f.lv Barstow ... Iv 3 4)N Thur
Sat 10 .v lv Ah Fork ....It 5 2Spl Wed
11 45plT.. Albuquerque ..Iti 4 00a Wed
Sun 9 22alv. .. .Trinidad ...lvl 27p Tues
111 57alv La Junta ItI 3 45p! Toes
A HAN WITH A SHIRT!!
APPI.I .TION FOR PATENT.
A J-L MEN ar supposed to wear shirts. What kind do
you wear? Y e have a complete line of Fincy and
Plain Shirts at prices that are in reach of any pocket book.
("M R SHOE STOCK is the most complete in town. We
carry everything in the line of Gent's Furnishing
Goods, and would call particular attention thai we have in
conneetion a good tailor, one who can make you look like a
prince in a medium price suit.
Barthel &. Stocks.
N. B. WE ARE IN THE LAWLER BUILDING.
APPLICATION FOR A PATENT.
Sun OOp ar
2 41a It.
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. . DenTer
It 11 00a
2 OOa l
No. 1 Southbound
LOCAL TIME TaBLE.
i No . 2 Northbound
HERMITS IN LARGE TOWNS.
The captain of an English steamer
pun a yarn the other day of the !
mysterious "Boo-o-o" which answered j
his fog-horn. He was steaming down j
the channel, when the thick fog came
on. At such times he never leaves
the bridge, and sound the foghorn !
himself. On this occasion, after
sounding the signal, he heard a fog-I
horn in reply right ahead. He turned
aha ship's head a point to avoid col-1
lision, and then sounded again. !
Again the reply came "Boo-o-o," right
ahead as before.
The vessel's head was put back to
the same position as at first, and once I
more the foghorn was sounded. Still!
the reply came, a before, right ;
"It was very strange: I could not'
make it out." said the captain, tell-j
ing the yarn. "I tried again; still'
the same 'Boo-o-o right ahead. A i
feeling of superstition began to creep '
over me. and I was giving myself a
mental shake to pull myself together, '
when the lookout man forward called
Mfe 'It's the old coo. sir.' And so
in truth it was the milk cow kept on
lata forecastle for the use of the ship. '
She. no doubt, took the 'boo-o-o-ing
of the signal for the cry of a com-:
panion in distress, and gave a sympa- j
it Dealaema of Oar Rlsr rules Pool
Loaoaoane and Talk to
OSTRACISED FOR HUMANITY.
Alphaaoo, of RaTarla, Given
t -III no Letter" for Bala
A newspaper the other day record
ed an anecdote about a prominent
western physician on his first visit
to New York, says the Commercial
Advertiser. His dinner companion
asked him what interested him most
in the streets of the city, and the
physician replied the fact that so
many persons were encountered who
were talking to themselves. He could
not explain the phenomenon to his
own satisfaction, and ventured the
opinion that it was because people
were so busy and carried their cares
about with them. At least he could
think of no other reason. Possibly it
is because a great city is such a soli
tary place for many, and solitude, of
course, promotes self-eornrriuning.
Many a person here isTnore truly
a hermit, cut off by inclination or cir
cumstance from his fellows, than
some recluses who live an ostenta
tions: life of isolation. They pass
rheir fellows on the street mutually
unknown. Many persons hare no
friends: some haTe no desire to make
any; others, probably with a grega
rious instinct, are too diffident to
push an acquaintance. So they talk
to themselves as men in a desert
learn to talk to themselves. In a
smaller place acquaintances would
jolt a man out of the habit of talk
ing to himself on the streets, but
her nobody carea.
Notice lu'reby given that the Homestead
mine, located in the Walker mining district,
- 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 during
the period of said bond.
Prescott, Arizona, Ian. . 1!W0.
Notice is hereby given that the SilTer Belt
mine, located in the Agua Fria Mining Dis
trict, is now being worked under bond and
lease, and the owners of said property nor
the property itself . will not be renponsible
for any debta contracted against said prop,
erty during the time of said bond.
MRS. F. A. BASH FORD,
Prescott, Arizona. May . 1901.
NIGHT HAWK, Et Al.
The undersigned, owuer of the Niclit
Hawk, White Hawk, and Scottish Chief min
ing 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. Feb. 1, l!tt).
STANDARD AND BUSTER.
Notice if hereby (tiv Ti thm the Standard and
Binder group of mines, located in the Pint
'trove district, Rradthaw mountains, are non
being worked under bond and lease, and thnt
the owners of the same will not be responsiMr
for any labor, accident, or debts of the same
accrued under the terms of the lease.
J. A. FOSBKK.
May 12. 1899.
ASTEC, EAIRVIEW, ET. AL
Notice is herebv given thst neither the aatat
Fairview. Maume'll'-, Silver Trail. W. K. Thome
Lillian and Nellie D. Mining claims, situated
in the Hassayampa mining district, Yavapai
eoumy, Arizona, known as the Sundance aeon
erties, nor the undersigned owner of snhi
claims will be responsible for any dabia or
other obligations contracted by Messrs Palmer
und MooUv wtule oiHTMting said nrmiertv un
onpjlT A ah Fork ar10 40a
7 SOp It Jerome Junction It 8 4!m
S 20pl PA I Junction It! 8 15a
8 ttpar Preacott It! . oua
8 45p'lT Proacott ar! 7 00a
10 24plT Kirkland It 5 00a
U S2plr Congress Junction It! 3 00a
12 '-"SallT Wlckenburg It! 2 Mi
12 ."i8a It Hot Springs Junction It 1 40a
2 17ajlT Glendale 1t112 02a
2 40a ar Phoenix lT'11 30p
No. 21 P. AE. R. R. So. 22
11 lftallT Mayer sr 10 20a
11 40a'lT Huron It 9 55a
12 1 p lT Cherry Creek It; 9 23a
1 23p!ar Prescott It 8 ISa
vn i U. V. A P R. R. So. 1
11 25a;lT Jerome ar il 25a
1 20p.ar Jerome Junction It 9 o0a
For time at other local stations call on
Connections. Jerome Junction with P. V. A
P. Ry for Jerome; P. A E. Junction with P. A E.
R. R. for Huron and Mayer; Mayer with stage
to Crown King and other mining points; Pres
cott with stage lines for all the principal min
ing camps; Congress Junction with stage lines
for Congress, Haruua Hala, Stanton and Yar
nell: Hot Morings Junction with C. C. H. 8. A I.
Co., (or Castle Creek Hot Springs, the all year I
muiiu neaun resort: rnentx wnn tne
& S. R. V. railroads for points on the S.
H. P. ANEW ALT, General Passenger Agent
G. B. GILLETTE. City Ticket Agent,
Bv Robt. E. Morrison.
J. H. II.KKRSOS
attorney in fact.
As a penalty for being too humane
Prince Alphonse. the nephew at the
regent of Bavaria, has been given
the "Blue Letter." In American slang
vernacular this might be interpreted
to mean that he will hereafter re
ceive the "marble heart" in select
official circles. The "Blue Letter"
means official degradation. He is, it
seems, too humane for his uncle and
the military commanders, and he has
been called upon to suffer for bis hu
manity. He was asked to resign from the
Bavarian army for no other reason
than that he was too gentle and easy
going with those under his command.
He is not severe enough to please
the military, and the mistake he made
was to manifest too much considera
tion for the horses under his charge.
It was during the last maneuvers.
On reaching a steep and stony de
scent. Prince Alphonse ordered the
men to dismount, so that the horses
might be spared. It is aaid that the
order completely upset the plan of
action. Popular feeling is intense
against the authorities who have
brought about the prince's dismissal,
for he has always been popular with
the subjects of hia uncle. It is be
lieved to be the first time a Bavarian
STRANGE MEN IN BORNEO.
A aaatala Trln Tka Was
atSiOWa to Biroptsaa Till
side of the plaza, next to the Prospect
effice. Will do all carrijure trimu.iiiL'
i La. . T . ,r
auu upnoisienng work at reasonablo prince has received the
prices, uooa work guaranteed. ,)
6 Feller J' WHY IT IS THE WHITE HOUSE.
Have you seen those lovelv shirt 1
waists at Mrs. Blaine's? tf
We have on hand, all the time, veg
etables suitable for mining camps.
All orders promptly attended to, at
F. H. Baldwin's, successor to F. E.
aw the hai of the President'.
Ian at Waahlaatoa
A strange tribe haa just been discov
ered in Borneo by Dr. A. W. N'ieuwen
huis. the distinguished Dutch explorer.
As he wa traveling through the dis
trict of Sarawak he heHrd from his
guides that at a little distance there
was a mountain tribe which no Eu
ropean or American had ever risited.
and straightway he went thither, and
in a day or two found himself at the
headquarters of these unknown abo
rigines. At once he saw that they dif
fered from all otlrr natires of Itorneo,
and he spent some weeks ir :,ciiiaint
ing himself with their curious cus
toms and also in studying their coun
try, which is entirely unknown to for
eign travela. In this way he accumu
lated a mass of new material, which
he intends to give to the world at an
early date in the form of a hMfc.
This is the second journey which Dr.
N'ieuwenhuis has taken to central
Bui BBU. He first went there in 1895,
and explored the sources of the Kap
uss and Mahakkam rivers, after which
he returned to Europe, where he at
once obtained an appointment as di
rector of the botanical garden at Bui
tenzorg. In 1S99 he went again to
Borneo, intending to thoroughly ex
plore the interior of the country, and
it is claimed that in this task lie has
succeeded better than any previous
ONTARIO GROPPOF MINKS.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
are the owners of the Ontario ynmp 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 mini: y clai.a by parties work
ing the said Ontario group.
W. W. Muuds A Co.
Prescott. Arizona, April L 1H01.
Mr. James Brown, of Putsmoth.
Va. over 90 years of age suffered for
years with a bad sore on his face.
Physicians could not help him. De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cured him
permanentlv. Brisley Drug Co. and
W. W. Ross.
Vim, vigor and vitalitv imparted by
Ajax Tablets; 50c. Six boxes or 2
months treatment for 52.50. Bril v
Drug Co., agents. 3-20tf
Danger, disease and death follow
neglect of the bowels. Use DeWitt's
Little Early Risers to regulate them
and you will add years to your life
and life to your years. Easy to take:
never gripe. W W. Ross and Bris
ley Drug Co.
Ring up 59 for tresh vegetables of
all kinds promptly delivered. F. H.
Baldwin successor to F. E. Jones, tf
A few months ago. food which I
ate would not stay on my stomach for
half an hour. I used one bottle of
your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and can
now eat my breakfast and other meals
with a relish and my food istuorough
lv digested. Nothing equals Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure for stomach trou
bles." H. S. Pitts. Arlington, Texas.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what
you eat. Brislev Drug Co. and W.
Want nerve force? Take Ajax
Tablets, 50 cents at Brisley Drug Co.
Dyspepsia cannot be long lived be
cause to live requires nourishment.
Food is not nourishment until it is di
gested. A disordered stomach cannot
digest food, it must have assistance.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests all 1
kinds of food without aid from the
stomach, allowing it to rest ami no
gain its natural functions. Its 1.
ments are exactly the same as the
natural digestive fluids and it simplv
can't help but do you good.
W. W. Ross and Brisley Drug Co.
Vaccine virus, at Ross' drug store.
Just received. Guaranteed fresh.
Th question is often asked why the
president's mansion at Washington is
' called the white house. It has been so
: called for years and years, and now no
I one thinks of using any other name, al
' though executive mansion is the offi
cial term. The term white house is a
reminder of the second war with Eng
land. August 24, 1814, the British
army captured Washington and
' burned the public buildings, the presi
dent's mansion being among those to
suffer. It was damaged to some ex
tent, and to hide the fire stains was
painted white, and white it has been
painted every year or two since. The
home of Washington's mother was
called white house, and this may hare
suggested the name, but the fact that
the mansion was assiduously painted
white after the war of 1S12 doubtless
brought the term into popular usa.
On Its Own Merits Alone.
The remarkable gain in popularity
which the Sunday Herald of Los An
geles is milking is due particularly to
its merits, for it is undoubtedlv tho
best of the Sunday papers in the
whole west. Tin- illustrated supple
ment which is issued with it every
Sunday is always full to the margin
with interesting reading matter and
fine illustrations. The pictures and
sheet music given free with the Sun
day Herald are also worth many times
the price asked for the Sunday paper.
Aa Ohio Woman's story.
Mrs. Nancy McKinney, who died re
cently near Cadiz, O., at the age of
100, had the uniqae experience in her
infancy of being carried off by a
hear. The incident occurred in the
fall of lflOO. After several hours'
scouring of the woods the crying of
an infant directed the searchers to
some underbrush, where the child
was di'OTered. The bear ran away
when the party approached It, lear
lng the infant unhurt.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, Oen
eral Land Office. Washington, D. C.
Mn 'Jl. lflOl. Notice is hereby given that
se;.lcd bids directed to the Comiuirsioner of
the General Land office will be ri-ccivcd by
the Receiver of the I". S. Land Ifficeat Pres
cott, Arizona, found including the 11th day
of July. 1001. for the sale, under the provis
ions of the Act of June 4. 17 (.10 Stat.. 34
36). of a quantity of timber sufficient touiake
50.000 feet of timber or lumber and 1150
cords of wood, to be cut from lands within
the limits of the Prescott Forest Reserve,
Arizona, covered by several hale mining
claims designated as the "Oro Grande."
"Ijist Chance." "Sunnyside." "Mountain
Chief" and "Grand View." all hxntcd by the
Penn Gold Mining Company in the Walker
Mining District near the head of Lyuv Creek
and including about 1J0 acres of land. No
bid of less than $1.00 a-r thousand f'-ct for
timber, and 25 cents per cord for wtxal, will
be considi red : a detKieit of the sum of slirr
0) with each bid wil' be rquin-d and pay
ment in full of the price of the timber
awarded must be made by the successful bid
der within thirty days of date of notice of
award. The timber will Ivcul and removed
under the suiervision of an oftieer detailed
for that purpiee. and no timber will be cut
until marked and designated and paid for in
full, and the cutting will be done and the
brush, rubbish and remnants will be piled
and diaMsed of under the direction of the
officer in charge, and care will be exercised
to save the remaining timber from injury.
Timber on valid mining or other claims be
longing to others tlian the Company named
will be reserved from sale. I'nsold timber
may. on in'tition of intending purchasers, be
sold without further advertisement at any
time within one year. The right is reserved
to Bejaat any and all bids. Binoeh Hekmann.
First publication June 5. W
There is Something to See
The Short and
Only Scenic Route to the
Safety Gasoline Stove
Is the OXLY stove in which provision
made to prevent the escape of gasoline
should the dame lx accidentally blown
out or the valve be left opnti.
IT IS SAFE, SIMPLE,
DURABLE AND ECONOMICAL
Cuts No Figure
A child can open any of the valves or a gust of wind can
blow out any of the dames, yet no gasoline can escape.
We also have the Renowned
Wicklese Blue Flame Oil Stove ! !
Now is the time to buy a hot weather stove. Call and have
theni explained to vou.
C. S. Land OtBce. Prescott. Ariz., i
May 6. Wll.
Xotii-e i" hereby given, that W. H. Hami) I
whom port '.ftVe add re in Wiekenburg.
Arizona, has thia day tiled his appli
ration f'-r a patent for 8741 linear
feet of the Mountain Chief. Sampaon and
Elaie mining claim, bearing gold, silver
and eopp r. with surface ground HIJU f
in width eech. situate in Black Rock
mining iirriet. countv wf Vi
and Territory of Arizona, and d. riKluit. i! I.;
, the field imtis and official plat on rile in tlii
office as survey number IXK. approximate ly
in t..w -hip S north of range '! . -t unsur
veyi-d. . and S. B. meridian, said suit
No. 15,'IR hing as follows :
Ml 'I N TAIN CHIEF LODE.
Beginning at corner Xo 1. the X E corner
of the claim, where a granite stone KH; :
inches set one foot in the ground, alongside
a motQh : t . .f ah
i ed M;. Xo 1-15HB: a cross on a granit.
rock in ph -e marked B. R. M. C Xo l-IXK.
bears S eg 4o inin E i.l feet : a cn ss i
a gr.tnite ruck in place marked B. R. M. C.
No l-l.Wfi. hrs N 5 deg 15 min w 16.5 feet. C.
S. L. M. No UH5 B. R. D. brs X AO deg Jl
min E KtiS feet : thence S : deg W 750 feet
j to east side monument, a mon of stoni a
feet : same course 400 feet to corner No
Sampson lode of this survey ; same cour-
1 .'tW feet to corner No 4 Sampson lode ft thi
survey : same course 50 feet to corner Xo - a
granite stone RxSx'4 inches set one foot in
ground alongside a mon of stones 3x3 feet :
thence X 54 deg W 300 feet to sooth center
i end : same course 300 feet to corner No ;! :
thence X 3ti deg E 750 feet to west siaV UHn
j a mon of stones 2x1' feet : same course 750 ft
to corner No 4; thence S 54 deg E 300 feet
I to north cet terend : same course 300 feet t.
; corner Xo t the place of beginning. The
survey iif th Mountain Chief lode is identical
with the location.
Beginning at corner Xo 1, identical with
cor of the location, which is also cor NoL of
the Elsie lode of this survey, where a por
phyry stone SifxJM inches is set one foot in
i the ground alongside a mon of stones 3x3 ft.
stone marked S No 1-1536: same stone mark
ed E Xo 2-1536; a cross on a granite rock in
place marked BRS Nol-153brsS 17 deg 45
mm n , reel, l ts U. m. mo bears . I Beginning at corner Xo. 1 identical with
... ueg r mm c anaaa reel : tnence M . deg location where a granite stone 8xll'xl'4 ins la
vt .41 feet to east -ide mon and corner No '' .i f.-.. ; i j i.o. . ,
Ua ,1. 1 ,.: .1 C . J .... ' ".s.v.e . u.ou
' ' " "en ot stone marked No. 1-1531 :
uiiu i eei w corner .no jat tntersv- in p
uouoi one i-. or .Mountain tm. t lode : 1 w A, -to v n tt . . w.
V. S. Land Office, Preacott, Aril. 1
May 8, UOl. f
Notice is hen by given that Mary (
Mitchell, executrix of the ustatu of Arm.
istead H. Mitchell, deceased, and 0. 9.
tioddard. by R. E. Morrison, attorney in fact
address Is Prescott. Art
zona, have this day tiled their application for
a patent for 1500 linear feet each of the
Dandy. Keystone and Curley mines or
veins, bearing gold and silver with surface
.ground Wii f.tt each in width, situated in
Black Rock Mining District, euluilf of
Yavapai and ntory of Arisoaa, nmi
tield notes and of ' ial
this office as survey No.
1531. lorat. (i a. .roitimately in township So.
north of rr ge No. 3, west of O. & 3.
R. Meridian, seal survey Xo. 1531 being aa
LITTr E DANDY LODE.
Begin nil - at -orn. r No. 1 which is also
eor No. 4 of Kystone lode of this survey
whence origin loe.;'ion mon., a mon of
stones -vl' ft bcrs S . Odeg 15 min E 75 ft;
a granite stone iSx. i inches, net one foot ta
ground, alongside bmlt a mon of stones 3x3
k. u L. 1 . No. 1-1531 and K. So.
15: ! a Tanite rock in place
d B. R. L. D. No, 1-1531. bean R. 2
deg 12 m in E 'i.5 f " 't : a cross on a grajnsks
rock in place mark, d B. R. K. No. 4-1531,
bears N. 7'" leg 45 u in W 119 feet; TJ. S. L.
M. No. 13K. be: r- s 35 deg 30 min E 2403.8
feet. Thence .V 30 deg 15 min W 750 feet to
lock of this survey ;
" r . ' to corner No. 2 which if
r K identical
with cor of ii ration. Thence N. 52 deg 53
min E. 300 feet 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
: N. ('. E. L. D. No. 1531 : same corns
300 feet to corner No. 3, identical with ear
of ligation. Thence S. 20 deg 15 min E. 1S00
to eor No. 4 identical ;,h XT- nf janr
tion. Thence S. 52 deg 53 min W 300 feet to
south center end. identical with location;
same eouroe 3C0 feet to corner No. 1 the place
a granite rock
B. R. K. Xo. 1-1531 bears S
tnence . ueg i. et to corner No 4. n.k in tlace marked B. R. K. Xo. 1-1531 bra
wh nee the XW cor of location brs X 46 deg , s 37 deg :io min W 14.6 feet ; C. S. L. M. Xo.
4't I. Ill V ,K7.S feet : thenee 16 deg 4! u in ' 1bK R U n u,9laj.ll.i. V OK-n 1
I feet. Thence X 20 deg 15 nrni W 180 feet to
E 712 .2 ft to cor Xo 5 w hich is also cor Xo I
of Elsie kale of this survey, identical with loc
ation : thence X 41 deg 30 min E 300 feet to S.
center end, which is also the north center end
of the Elsie lode of this survey: same course
.'100 feet to cor Xo 1 the place of beginning sur
vey of exterior boundaries.
Beginning at corner Xo 1 the SE corner of
1 claim where a granite stone 6.6Xi'4 in- is t
1 one foot in ground, alongside a mon of stones
33feet. stone marked ENo 1-1536; a cross on
a granite rta?k in place marked BR E No 1
1536 brs N 71 deg W 13ft : across on a granite
rook in place marked B RE No 1-15.36. brsS
18 deg 55 min W 12 ft. Corner Xo 1-15:10 !
Azorite Copper lode brs X9deg 40 min E!65 j
i ft. T.S.L.M. No 1386 bears N 47 deg 43 min
i ES4!W.4 feet: thence X3deg: '"in W 750ft j
; to north side monument : same course 750 feet I
; to cor Xo 2whichis also cor No 1 Sampson j
I lode of this survey : thence S 41 deg 30 min W
300 feet to north center end which is also the
j south center end of Sampson lode of this sur
vey: same course 300 ft to cor Xo3. which is I
also cor No 5 of Samiaain lode of this survey: t
thence S3f)deg .'10 nun E 750 feet to south side
1 mon : same course 750ft to cor Xo 4 : theneeX '
41deg :0min E300 feet to south center end
cor No 1 Curley lode of this surrey;
course 500 feet to east center end mon of
Curley lode : same coarse 500 feet to corner
N .i'u'ley liaie; same course 330 feet to
: corner Xo 2 identical with cor of the loca
tion Thence X 60 deg E 300 feet to north
I end identical with location : same
eour-. in) feet to corner No 3 which is also
cor No 2 Little Dundy lode of this survey,
I id-ntical cor of the location, described
I above. Thence S 20 deg 15 min E 750 feet to
-' -id' on. i i nioi of stones 2x2 feet;
I same coarse 750 feet to corner No 4 which is
also ' or No 1 of the Little Dandy lode of this
survey. Thence S 60 deg W 300 feet to sooth
i center end. identical with S. C. E. of the lo
cation : same course :X) feet to corner No. 1
the place of beginning.
Beginning at corner No 1 identical with
southea-t eorm r of the location at a point N
20 deg 15 min W ISO feet from cor No 1 Key
stone lode of this survey, where is set a
granite stone 5x12x24 ins one foot in the
ground alongside anion of stones 3x3 feet
marked! . .No. 1-lxH: a cross on a granite.
same course: i ft et to cor No 1. the place of I rock in place marked B. R. K. Xo. 1-1531 brs
A, FIRST CLASS LINE TO
Texas and Old Mexico
I'AFE CAR AND RAILROAD
tTKEXCELLED IN AMERICA.
The most convenient all year- "retina
reeurt fur people in this section
The LINE to the LAND of
LEAD AND ZINC.
Send your friends in the Old States one
of our illustrated pamphlets, entitled
"The Top of th Oiarfct."
Feathers and Flnt on tho Frisco."
"Fruit Farming Along tht Frltce."
"Tho Ozark Uplift."
"There It Something to So Along the
Frisco lute. '
The most comprehensive railroad liter
ature for the bomeeeeker or investor ever
address to Room No. 726 Cen-
St. Louis, and we will
Will Exhibit Here FRIDAY!!!
beginning survey of exterior txaindaries. The
Mirvi of th" tlsie lode is identical with the
Magnetic variation 14 deg E.
Mountain Chief lode 30.fifi
Sampson lode 10.05
Elsie lode -JOMti
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See the Big Band Parade.
Show Grounds, Corner Willis and Cortez Sts.,
S. 5.1 deg 45 min W 25.5 ft : a cross on a
granite na;k in place marked B. R. K. No. 1
15.1 brs S 5 deg 55 min W 13.5 feet; U. S. L.
M. No l:5 B. R. 1. bears south 47deg IT rain
E L1LK1.6 feet. Thence N 47 deg 44 min W
-iX) feet to west side mon : same coarse 548 ft
to corner No 2. Thence N 3) deg 15 min W
500 feet to corner No 3 identical with west
center end of the location, the NWcor of the
' on a mon of stones x2 feet bears S 34
iieg : min W '40 feet. Thence X :4 deg 30
min E TWO feet to corner No 4. identical wisat
NE corner of the location. Thence S 43 deg
44 miu E KjO feet to east -ide mon, a mon of
stones 2x1' feet: same course 348 feet to eor
No 5 at a point S .ndeg 15 min E 320 f est
from cor No J f Keystone liaie. Thence 9
LOdeg 15 min E 500 feet to east center end,
original east center end of the location bean
g 44 nun E tiO feet, a mon of stones
feet : same course 51)0 feet to corner Xo-1
tike phase of beginning the surrey of the ex
Magnetic variation Mdegreeste
NEXT TO PRESCOTT HOTEL.
Qacea Vlatnrta'a Bell Rlnrrr.
John Pollard, a bell ringer in Lan
cashire, born in the same year with
Victoria, rang hia bells for her coro
nation and for each of her birthdays
mnA trllrl M W - - - - AV
A Card to the Poblic.
The the undersigned desires tt
state to the public that the Union sa
l.am and adjoining premises will be
opened on May 30. 1901.
Prescott, May 17, 1901. td
Lost, on Saturday, April 13. a black
leather pocketbook containing a small
stun of money. Finder will l)e suita
bly rewarded by returning to the
Sisters Academy. tf
United Verde & Pacific Ry.
To take effect Nov. 12, 1900.
Incorporated in 1877.
THE OLOEST BANK IN ARIZONA
Authorized Capital, SKXI.If !
Paid Up Capital, 5MW
Undivided Profits, - Xm
Average Deposits, 500,000
Working Men's Home Bed g Per Week and Dp
Bakery nd Restaurant Board Per Week $3. Lp.
Ice Cream Parlors
Total area of claims 51.147
i I LOCATION
This claim is located on unsum yed land,
approximately in twp XR:: W (1 and S R
meridian. Black Rock mining district. Yara-
pai county. Arizona.
Mountain Chief Tein extends from the ini
tiiil monument N : d, e E 7.VI f. vt and S
det' VV 7nl) ft't. Shi ion vein extends from
thf north center i nd uionument S 47 de E I
"41 feet und northeasterly into the Mountain
Chief uroutid POO feet. Elsie vin extends
from the north center end uionument S 3' '
W :in mil, K fan. f... i
Location son. Little Dandy lode IS. 768
Notice of the location of the Mountion jy-, t..uc 1'ak-
Chitf claim is recorded in book 45 of mines i t-rlty 'ode
iwues tvJJ records of laTiipui county.
Arizona. Notice of th" location of the Sauip-
son claim is recorded in book 51 of mines,
pa-leu :'..5-j. s-ttoe records. Notice of the
ka-atinu of the Elsie claim is recorded in
book 5J of mines, page 1S5. same records.
ADJOINtM, i ims.
The Elsie claim is raiunded on the north
bv the Azurite copper claim, survey No 1,1.
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 are required to file their ad
verse claims with the r-gister of the United
States Land Office at Prescott. iu the terri
tory of Arizo. a. during the sixty d.tjs period
of pnbliiit:on hereif. or they will be b-irre-l
a the provisions of the stain-'
In Season. Ladies' Trade Solicited.
Sonth Montezuma Street. Prescott.
ROS TANAKA, - - -
KDEKICK A. TRITLE. iR..
Fii t pun ication May S. l'Wl.
, pplicatijn for a Patent.
Hnoo Richards. .
B. W. Wells....
M. B. Hazkltine.
1 1 .' " n 6 30a 1
' m 7 Ona . .
12 3Up 7 i"ia ..
2 40p 7 4oa ...
.-Wp 7 S7a . .
120p Siia a.
. . . Jerome . . .
.. I. Jc"fn ...
BANK OF CALIFORNIA San FranrUro
LAIDLAW & CO New Yark
FIRST AND CNION NATIONAL BANK.ChieaK.i
Send your Jerome business to
Agency the Bank of Arizona, Je
rome Arizona. Carefpl attention
0 Ha 11
n am 11' .ill
s ioh in tna I guaranteed.
ViS SiSIWE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS
7 00a 9 una
Domestic Rewind machine, dishes,
wash tubs and my entire household
goods. Enquire at 533 Sheldon St.
Coal for Sale
Caledonian coal, the best in the
market, for sale by F. C. Paine, affent
in Prescott. Order your coal now for
the winter tf.
Jonas P. Cupp.
Michael R. Cupp. father of Thomas
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 whereabouts of Thomas
Cupp will confer a favor by sending
word to this office or by writing to
Mary W. Cupp. box 605, Emporia,
A Lost horse.
Lost, on April 16. a buckskin man
j belonging to the Sisters of Mercy hos
pital. Any information concerning
j the wherealxmts of the animal will !
'gratefullv received by the Sister S11
enor. Frescott Anz. tf
A pleasant home during the sum
mer mouths for young women and
children in Pasadena. California.
Climate unequale-l. New huildinirs.
Special courses in languages, Kn--lish.
art and music if desired. Address
Classical School for Girls, 151 South
Euclid Ave., Pasadena Cal.
No headache if you drink at
ney's. jl 1 -tf
Sale. One Studclxikcr
wagon, two good teams. Enquire at
Clark 5t Adams' lumber yard.
"The doctors told me mv cough
was incurable. One Minute Cough
('tin-made me a well man." Norris
! Silver, Forth Stradford. X. H. Be
cause you've not found n-lief from a
1 stublxirn cough, don't despair. One
Minute Cough Cure has cured Hot
i sands and it will ewe you. Safe and
sure. Y. Y. Koss and Brislev Drug
First. Ajax Tablets, $2.50. Second
j two months ploasant medicine. Third
-tmng Beeves, god blood, cheerful
ness and health. Xo ltter invest
ment. Sold and recommended bv
Brisley Drug Co. 3-20tf
Fresh vaccine virus, just received
at W. W, Bw. 2-20-tf
The bilious, tired, nervous, man
cannot full v compete with his healthy:
rival. DeWitt's Little Eirlv ffinrere
the famous pill- for con-iipatioii will :
remove the cause of 011r troubles, j
Kti-lev Drug Co. and W. tf. Ross.
For choice wines, liquors and cigars
goto Kearney's. j 1 1 -tf
The cut flowers sold at Wooster's
Stationerv store are very nice these
Connections at Jerome Junction :
No. 1 connects with S. F. Y. Si P. No 2 for all
points east and west via Ash Fork; also with
No. 3, south bound frt-ight.
No. 3 connects with S. F. P. & P. No. 1 lot
all points south; also No. 4, north bound
Passengers arriving at Jerome Junction from
the south on S F P A- P No 1 and from the north
on No 3 make direet connection for Jerame on
our irain No. 4, and those from the north on S.
F P Sl P No. 1 reach Jerome the following morn
ing on our No 2.
Part. P. Hastings,
General Passenger Agent
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Marthit F. Porter, deceased.
Notice is hereby giren by the uuderiMKut d.
administrator of the estate of Martha F.
Porter, deceased, to the creditors of and nil
persons having claims against the said de
ceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary
vouchers, within four months after th" first
publication of this notice to the said ad
ministrator at the office of the Bashford
Burtnister Comauy. in Prescott, Arizona. 1
the same being the place for the transaction
of the business of said estate, iu said county I
GORHAM A. BRAY.
Administrator, with the will annexed, of the
Batata of Martha K. Porter, deceased.
Dated this 2!th day of May. lfJl.
Hold On, CafilBlH You Want Me! I Want You! You Want
A Gold or Copper Mine?
I can Fit you out with the best in Yavapai County.
Have properties in the Prescott, Jerome, Crowned
King and Wickenburg Districts. Write me at
d. d. Mcdonald,
Corner Office Over Bank of Arizona.
Capital Paid in,
Surplus and Profits,
D. CAMPBELL DAVIES & CO.
Representing the Largest European and American
Mills, Mines and Smelting Machinery Supplies
Export Trade a Specialty.
A par tail 0 83,
DURANGO, - - MEXICO
Always the Best.
Frank: M. Mckphy President
.Morris Goldwatkr Vice President
Hknry Kinsley Cashier
C. 0. Ellis Assistant Cashier
F. M. Murphy. M. Goldwatek,
Henry Kinsley, K. N. Frederick
J. C. Herndon, E. B. Gage,
D. M. Ferry.
Accounts of Individuals, Firms
and Corporations solicited on Fa
v( rable Terms.
Seeds Seeds Seeds
GARDEN AND FLOWER.
Lawn Grass Seeds in Packages and Bulk !
Our Thirty Years' Experience
to chose varieties most suitable
raited States Land Oftii-e. i
Vr-: tt. Arizona. May s l' !.
KaaaM uert-by um-n that C. P. M -field.
wlnw poet oflk-e addretw i Biu i
Bui;. Arizonii. has thia day tiled bi
applioiou faff a laitent for 7.7H MM a
the I . placer claim situated in . I
Bin; .li'ii ; di.-triot.cuaiity of YaT.t-j
piti. ' y of Arizona, and desigiua-
ed hj the helu notes and oUkihI p! it
on HI m this olHce aa surrey number
o am-)'.! ' 1 approximately in t.:i
.., ! :'... ; 1 east, Uila and Salt
rim ! i':.:a. Ariui-a. suid survey ntuilb- r
lv i i us foll :
Btii JaCal ct. - r No. 1. ideutial with
the nott corner i ; the locution, where a
it.c p ' 3)j f. c limit and four iccN--.
.uar -t is ..ehes i:i theitivund.;
itmnded by a nionumeiit ff stonennd . tmh.
-acribrd P. 1-1-Vfx. wh. r r.S. L. H, .
i 15;a hetirs X u' 4S .WUInt 1 h.
north corner of C P. H i ig'M ' i s hon l-r
S tSl des -5 min E 17H fei t. No other bem
inits available. Theni-e S M iieg Ooniu V
4H0 feet to corner No' identical with th.
wei4 corner f th v:,tion. Thenc- south
M deg 55 min E 5 ft to i orner No ". i.U uti
cal with the corn c of the location. Thence
N 4i dcij 0!l tuir K 74-.S f.- t t; corner No 4.
whence conic- ! c.itfc--. .i X 4 ."
min E : fe-' "lure tiil dvtt "t i-'.'n W
:W.tfeet to . u...' . .ut on the line: si
aaajaa I .-et to corner I o. 1. the place o!
b !..:ii: , .
Magnetic I atMfai I ' degrees east.
Tot .! ,.i ir.ti ol . l.iirn, 7.76 acres.
The claim is located on unsnrveyed land
approximately in twp '2 N.. K. 1 E.. (. A S.
U. meridian, in Big Bug mining district.
Y.ii:' c -iintj . Arizena.
Tin- claim is iaiunded on the northeast h
Brushy Wash claim, on the southwist by thi
. Bay fW claim, and the Montezuma claim
lies north of it. There are no know u mines,
j Teins. lodes, salt springs, or mill sites withi'
the boundary of this claim.
Notice of the location of the Princes place:
' claim is recorded in book 51 of mines pag.
L'l. record- of Yavapai county, Arizona.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
any rtion of said lrinces placer claim u
surface ground are required to rile their ad
: verse claims w ith the register of the lnitl
States Land Oflice at I'n-scott. territon
Arizona, within sixty days from the date of
the tirst publication of this notice or th-
will be- barred by virtue of the provisions of
KKEDKR1CK A. TKITLE. JR..
First publication Mity S. 1!J1.
Total area of lode claim 54.037 acre
I-OTATIO ASD BOC5DABI18.
This clai-ii is located on unsurreyed land,
approximatci iu townships north, ranged
west, O. and S. R. M..in Block Bock mining
did rict, Yarapal county. Arizona, and ia
.' J. d on th north by O'Brien and Case's
halations, names of claims unknown ; on the
east by the Totter lode: on th south by the
Lone Star and Homestake lodes, claimed by
Mr. Bnrson. and on the west by Botan's lo
cation, all of which claims are unsurreyed.
Little Dnndy vein extends from the dis
covery shaft S 20 deg 15 min E 90 feet to
south center end of claim and N 20degl5
W 141" feet to in rth center end : Key
tn.dsfroi the north center end
S 30 deg 15 min il feet to the sooth
center -nd : Curley ... .tends from the
nt S 47 d ft in W li feet to
the vtst ce.iter end.
LOCATI. -. N. -: ICES.
Kotiee of tk ..unit!. 7,ittle Dandy
-record ; :v lines, page
l: :: ind of th lodi m bock 37 of
ti ines. iwge .'4 L-t'.?eof
b, ing in raab 44 of 1 ttnra, pagi e-vVivC:
Cur y - in '-i k 44 of " ines pages
- i-'.". ail i . f th ecorder of
iTapai com ' . Ari.i i.and ree- jcdbof aaal
Any and all persons claiming adversely any
portion of the said Little Dandy,
ie stone or tM- mining claims
o- the I'nited States
A-izona, within sixtj
th" lirst publication
will be barred fcw
t e statute.
1'irst nubli- Mon
required to tile
-b the Kegater
fflce at Presrort,
4- from the date of
s notice, or they
be provisions of
A. TTilTLE. Jr.,
Applirat ..n For a V jtsnt.
Iu selecting seeds for this market enables us
for the soil ami climate of Northern Arizona.
p Groom Creek
KELLY i STEPHENS
are sold everywhere.
1901 awd Antm .l free.
. . f! 4 CO., DETSCIT, KICK. A
Money to Loa
For Bnildltf or M Improved "lty Prcportr.
LOW RATES. NEW "DAYTON" PL.'
INTEREST DECREASKS US YOU PAY
"late Ufafial iflUtflu LBaQ Bssau
A stage carrying passengers
and express will leave Pres
cott daily, except Sundays,
from Ed. Block s Clothing
Store, and from F. H. Bald
win's Fruit Store, for the fol
lowing points on GBOOM
rionte Christo, Empire, Slack's,
Monahan's, riidnight Test and
! Behm's Mines.
WHENEVER YOU WANT
All orders promptly aitended
HARTINDELL & BORNE Agents, Presort Ruming win creek at
Merchandise or Mining Supplies
Remember the Old Established House
The 0. K. STORE
Staple and Fancv Groceries, 4 Full Stock of Men's famishing fioods
Always on Hand. All Goods Fresh and Ip-To-Date.
J05EPH DOUGHERTY, Proprietor
Notice of Forfeiture.
Prescott. Arizona. May 22. 1S01.
To A. L. McKesson, W. H. McKesson, Geo.
V. Staver. their heirs and assigns:
You are hereby notified that I
have expendt-d during the year rSUl
one hundred dollars in labor and improv. -tnents
upon the Wire Gold mine, situated in
Suaw Creek Mining District .County of Ya
anai. Territory' of Arizona, the notice of lo
cation whereof is of record in the office ot
the county recorder, in book 22 of mines. ;it
page ti. Mining Rtvords of Yavap-r
county. Arizona, iu order to hold said claim
under the provisions of Section 2XM of the
lte is.d Statutes of the I'nited States and j
the amendments then to concerning an
nua labor umii mining clai- Theabov.
stim expended was the amount n-quired to
hold said claim for the periiai ending IV '
And if within ninety fflOi days from tb-!
lers'nal seo ice of this notice. ir within i
ninetv iW) days after the publication hi -of.
yon fail or refuse to contribute your pro- i
portion of said expenditures as co-owners j
your interest in said mining claim will
beeonv- the property of the subscriber,
your c-owner. who has m-id-- th rt iiiini
expenditure by the terms of said Section
MRS. F. A. BVSHFORD.
Firt nblication May 22. 1901. I
I iit.il Stnte- r.'ind Office, i
Pn-setitt. Ariz.. May 27. I'M. I
N. ii e is bet bj giren that H. P. Anders a,
(Historrici - I'-- -cott. Ariaota,
- daj tiii d his application for a patent
for nine hundred i fWOi linear feet of the LaV
Ue Joker mining claim, bearing gold, silver
ind copper, with .surface ground six hundred
600) fvet in width, situated in an un knows
g district, comity of Y'avapai and terri-u-ry
ot Arizona, ind des;gnated by the field
I - .ind oftk-ial plat on Hie in this office at
-in-.'- No. 1X17. on unsurveyed land, ap
proximately ;n township 9 north, range 2
- . i , i Salt River meridian, Ari-
. , .; -r.r-.i . No. I.V.7 being as folloxea:
Beginning at corner No. 1. identical with
th S. B, eonur .-f 'i.tion. where a por-
- - 12 inches in
l-i. ,1 IMS with mound
whence f". S. L. M. Xo.
I .. V. . 741 feet. So
M ka. If, 800 feet to
i vith the location.
m: iin. VV. i ' 0 feet to cor
., it h the loc tion. Thence
E. :xtl feet to i irner No. 4,
identical with cor r f the loca:-on. Thence
N. 7 deg. lOi.iin. E. tiOO feet to corner No.
5. identical with the- --orner of the location.
Thence . a (V ' -nin. W.900' at tocorner
No. H. id- ntictil witn the cor- of the loca
tion. I : nee 3. U d-g. V . E. 600 feet
toejaner No. 1. the ptac inning, Va-
ri.it'.- 14 dec. E. - -rea of claim.
i, .,. . s !. on nnsnrveyed land,
vimatelv i . wp. 9 N.. R. I W Gila
idian, inunknown mining
n-i ei. 1 :Mi . ounty. Arizona territory.
i n.- ciiiun is bxionded on the north by the
ilirrison lode, owned by claimant hereof.
nonumeutat center of S, end of lode
the ledge boars N. P deg. 50 min. VY. 600
feet : th. nee N. :! deg. 40 uiin. E. 900 feet.
Notice of the location of this claim is re
c .ided .:i rVmk-l'of Mines, page 381. Rec
nnls ol Yavapai county, Arizona.
Any and all personsclajming adversely any
portion of the s:iid Little Joker mining claim
or surface ground are rtiired to file their
idverse claims with the register of the
I'nit.-d Suites land office at Prescott, Yava
pai county. Territory of Arizona, during the
sixty days' period of publication hereof, or
they will be burred by virtue of the pro
visions .if ti: statute.
FREDERICK A. TRITLE. Jr.,
First publication May 39.
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