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Passenger and Freight Trains
Two Firemen Killed Instantly and Others
Seriously Injured Heavy Loss
Williams. Arizona. June 13. Special
to Journal-Miner A train one min
ute late and two men killed and sev
eral injured is the result of double
header extra west, running on regular
freight No. 33 schedule, colliding
with st ound passenger No. 8. at
Chaji.ilf-. ten miles east of Wil
liam 3t 5:45 this morning.
L. "-kins of Williams, fireman
on j ngine of freight, was killed,
and in Monaghan of Winslow.
fireiL second engine of freight,
is npfKMaal to be killed, as he is
buri' under the wreckage of engine
and nd his body has not been
reco as yet. Perkins leaves a
wife aiiu three children, while Mona
ghan leaves a widowed mother and
The list of the injured is: IL H.
Mickles, Winslow, chair car porter,
arm ' n ied.
J. W. Capart. Pullman car con
ductor, Chicago, wrist broken.
C. N. Bledsoe, fireman, Seligman.
Charles Wood, engineer, Winslow .
No passengers were iniured. The
freight was trying to make the siding j Price
UMueMM trom Mam in too short i vr. H. Smith started up his cold
LtTw Wrt?i W3S -. J ,li OQCTge plant today to ?et his rooms
2nK-K,V M -1Passen8- , cooled down. The machinery is run
only about fifteen miles an hour. En- i by an electric motor,
gineer W ood and fireman Bledsoe V r t .i
saved themselves by jumping. All C. B Linn can fit you nght with
the engines, baggage cars and four tndes and at the nht pnoe. tf
freight cars were completely wrecked, i Linn's a good eight day one-
This place seems to be rather an 1,alf llo,ir strika dock, from S3.7S up.
Mrs. Ida Croueh-Hazlett will lec
ture in the M. E. church tonight.
Room with or without lioard at Mrs
O. B. Marshall", 431. B.-ach Avenue.
No invalids or children need applv.
J. C. Snow was in town todav from
his Big Chino valley home.
Hamilton. Brown shoes at cost,
w hile the present stock lasts, at Bar
thel & Stocks. 6-12x6
Admission to commencement Thurs
day evening. Adults. 5V: children.
For bottle or flask choice w hiskev
go to Karney's. tf
Read the advertisement of Calla
Lily flour in this issue. As its name
indicates, it is the pure article.
Lamps and glass ware at Linn's.
Cheaper than any place in the city, tf
"Progressive Suffrage" will be the
subject of Mrs. Crouch-Hazlett's lec
ture at the M. E church tonight.
Hamilton Brown shoes for SI. 75.
Try a pair. Ed Block.
Mrs. W. H. Thayer and daughter
have returned from Phenix. where
they lived during the winter.
The Parker lucky curve fountain
pen the best. With ink. At Linn's.
Commencement exercises of St.
Joseph's academy tomorrow evening
at opera house. " Curtain rises at i
Haviland china and Johnson Bros,
the lest imported chiuaware. at
Linn's. Make no mistake if vou wish
the best in the citv at the lowest
unlucky spot for train wrecks, as less
thar a year ago a wreck of almost the
same nature occurred in very much
the same manner.
Ti fruv TVMl V
Summer to have come at VrtllHt;:
iiif,' the jtwt year anil the teachers
E. E. Draper is in town from navp riven such universal satisfaction
Phenix. that the lioard has decided to retain
Will Smith, jr.. left for Jerome this tht e!ltir' list "f teachers just as they
morning. nave 'he past year. The schools
u rv i t iL . i of our city are a source of pride and
weo. H. Uailyof the Henrietta satisfaction as there are no better in
mine has gone to Tucson. ; the territory, and Hi.- Uiard has .lone
Phenix is again agitating the ques- a thing in retaining the preseut
tion of a smelter. ' veT ftficient corps of teachers. It is
iioir-u to nave our marninciit new
school building completed bv the
l . . : r a i . .
Kwaiwa mo "wiling school year
in nepieinoer. as worK will iiegni as
soon as the schools are closed.
Bert Starr, who was arrested last
April on a chargeof robbingthe post
office at Graham. N. M.. arriveil in
Prescott last night from Socorro, N.
j M.. where he has lieen confined in
; jail and from which place he has just
, Ikvu released bv habeas corous pro
ceedings. His milk of human kind
ness was considerably soured when
talked to by a Journal-Miner man to
day, as he feels that he has been verv
unjustly dealt with. According to
nis storv he was with two other tfen
tlemen in the Bill Williams Fork
country looking over some mining i
property, when in taking a .44 Win
chester rifle from the wagon the gun
was accidentally discharged, the ball
passing through his right arm, cut
ting out about two iiichesof the lioue.
He was taken to the Congress hospi
j tal on April 23. and on April 25 he
w as mm ltd wit l a warrant charging
him as a 1 Rive. The doctor would not
! permit of his lieing moved at that
time, but alxmt four weeks afterwards
he was taken to New Mexico and put
in jail to await the next term of court,
which does not convene until next
fall. After staying there for several
weeks he employed an attorney and
, paid him the last do) 'ar he had" to se
! cure his release on habeas corpus pro
lOWldlay, which was done without
I any difficulty, as it was proven by the
; witnesses for the prosecution Mint he
Ixire no resemblance whatever to the
! Iiert Starr who took part in the rob
liery. He was then released several
j hundred .niles from home without a
cent in the world ami a s lattered
arm. He will leave for his lome in
Congress in a day or two.
A case which has excited th" sym
pathy of the spectators in th court
room is that of Dionisis Miller. sen- j
fenced yesterday to one year iu the
MtUtaafearJ for shooting a neighbor
for interfering with his property on
Big Bug. Mr. Miller has lived in
tana section for over twenty years and
has b-en a peaceable. Taw afaidina-
Death of J. W. Northcut
J. W. Northcutt, who. with his
father and mother, arriveil in Prescott
a few days ago from Phenix, w here
he had spent the winter in hopes of
relief from consumption, died yester
day morning and the remains were
-hipped this morning to Hannibal.
Mo., where they will be laid to rest in
the family cemeterv.
Mr. Northcutt was a young man,
only atxMBt 98 years of age, but had
already laid the foundation for a use
ful and promising life. He was an
attorney of exceptional ability, hav
ing already served as city attorney of
the city of Hannibal, his home, but
the fond hojies of the loving parents
were blasted when the monster of all
monsters, consumption, seized upon
him and in a short time cut off a life
that would undoubtedly have beea an
active and helpful one to the world.
APPLICATION FOR PATENT.
. S. Land Office. Prescott. Ariz., )
OLK NEW STOCK OF
M:iv ,. Mil
mm icv nereiv given, that . P. Manilyn
whine xst office address is Wickenburg.
en mm lor a patent for X741 linear
fii t of the Mountain Chief. Sampson and
Klsic mining claims, bearing gold, silver
anil ccpx-r. with surface ground fiOO feet
In width eiieh. situate in Black Rook
milling district, county of YaTaii
and Terntorv of Arizona, and desii'unted hv
tin tii Id notes and official plat on Hie in this
office as survey number 15HB. approximately
in township 8 north of range 3 west unsur
veyed. G. and S. R. meridian, said survey
No. IX; being as follows:
MOUNTAIN CHIEF LODE.
Beginning at corner No 1, the N E corner
of the claim, where a granite stone 68x24
inches set one foot in the ground, alongside
a monument of stones Hx3 feet, stone inark
ed M. C. No 1-15S: a cross on a granite
rock in place marked B. R. M. C No MXifi,
bears S 62 deg 43 min E 23.1 feet : a cross on
a granite rock in place marked B. R. M. C.
x 1-ia.jb. brs H 5 deg 15 min w 16.5 feet. L
APPLICATION FOR A PATENT.
U. 8. Iind Office. Prescott. Ariz. I
May 8. H0L i
Notice is hereby given that Mary E.
has this dav filed his ni.nli" Mitchell, executrix of the estate of Arm-
,Xn f.r, Wl f5i; "cad H. Mitchell, deceased, and C. F.
fioddard. by R. E. Morrison, attorney in fact
whose puttofHcc addrins is Prescott, Ari
i zona, have this day tiled their application for
; a patent for 1500 linear feet each of the
vB1B1; ! iiue iJiiuuy. rvt siorii ana i uriey mines or
' 1 1 i 1 : i : i i j i c
x-iijr. hh iii uui jinu smcr wiiii nuriiii
ground 600 feet eneh in width, situated in
Black Rock Mining District, county of
Vavaiai find territory of Arizona, and
diwgnated by the field notes and official
plat on tile in this office as survey Xj.
1531, located approximately in township No.
8, north of range No. 3, west of G. S.
R. Meridian, said survey No. 1531 being as
LITTLE DANDY LODE.
Beginning at corner No. 1 which is also
cor No. 4 of Keystone lode of this survey
whence original location mon.. a mon of
stones 2x2 ft bears S :tl dn 15 min E 75 ft
! a granite stone 5x8x24 inches, set one foot in
B. L. M. No 1385 B. R. D. brs N 60 de 22 : ?r'UI1l' alongside built a mon of stones 3x3
min E 8038 feet : thence S 36 deg W 750 feet ! .JST" '"H l- . t-l5- "? -
to east side innnunient. a mon of stones 2x2
Kvi rv last
For 1P0I have arrived.
season's seed has been
We will meet the price of any good
Eastern Seedsman, and we jmy the
postitge on all small seeds.
Oblige us with your order.
N. E. Corner P'
Fresh Fruit, Butter and Eggs.
Nuts, Candies, Etc., Etc.
We meet C hicago prices). tf
Fred Smith, a vouusr clerk in the
fents furnishing departmeut of the j citizen, but was provoked to commit
'. F. Miller Co. of Jerome, has been ! tne deed for w hich yesterday he w;i
arretted for stealing monev from the i sentenced.
The Palace Barber Shop Moves Back
to Its Old Place on the Row.
Tomorrow morning the Palace bar
ber shop opens again in its old quar
ters on Montezuma street. To say
that it is to maintain that regard its
name would indicate is putting it
mildly. It is a model of perfection
in it s appointments better than ever,
in fact. The new Palace is new in
eveiy respect, with the possible ex
ception of its genial owner, and he is
old lough to be good. Something
of a novelty in chairs is for the first
time introduced in this city, namelv
the celebrated Koch hydraulic, which
are plaed at any elevation the opera
tor may wisn, while in the manner of
The Phenix Republican publishes
a story to the eff-ct that Otto Eber
hart, a musician, formerly of Phenix.
and who went with McCord's revi
ment. was shot and killed in the
Philippines some time since. EIxt
hart Ian deserted his regiment and
went over to the Filipinos.
likewise elegantly equipped and at
tacbed to the rear of the shop. The
plao is tastefully fitted up. and L.
K. 'iler, the owner, (favorablv
kno- t "Casey"), is to be congratu
lated in providing the town with
such model house. In his duties
he assisted by Geo. P. Gui
bert 1 M. S. Burton, first-class
artis iiile J. H. McReynolds will
look t the general wants of the
pan.. a ue jraiace is vj lye con-
company. says the Jerome News.
Midsummer side is now on at C. JB.
Linn's Golden Eagle store, where you
can save 20 to 40 per cent on your
The elegant plate glass windows
for the new Comer drug store, in the
Bash ford block, are beiutr Dut in
place- The Native American, published
Hamilton Brown shoes for men. ' ,'le Phenix Indian school, has ceased
Lace or congress, $1.75. Ed. Block, i publication for six weeks. Dtirintr
tl... 1" I- IM - 1,
w V' 11- T"l ii , tiir . ..i i ill- IJIIIlim Will VISIT ail
Mrs. Nellie Thomas, of the Atrua , .v... t...i: i. . . i . i
mi- niui.ii - h oi tne suiiuiwest
for the ptilUUM of taking views and
of collecting data for the paper next
f..il Tt :.. .... 4...1 i L
ii- r w -i i i i .itRTini iii'n .i 1 1 tr to en-
oueoi tne Pioneer lames ot i a vaiwi, heso,' ((f t.
Icttfrs will tntiMP fri 1 1 T..
Hamilton Brown shoes, dressy and dian scIkk.1 thai can U- reached
serviceable for ?1 .75. Ed. Block. j
V T dii r !, tj .r u r- ftBBBOtl Hotel arrivals. June 17:
W. L. Bell of the Penn Gold Mm -, Jos Bweh, .1 B Smith. Williams- J H
uig Company, left on this morning s ( H:,s,m S, i-v,.,,.; A , " . . ...
....... ii uiionn. nip j v 1'itJi.n u. ...wi i
inch: J B Edwards and
1 fa mi I v. McCabe: J Tone. Des M oines
Did you see our 1.75 Hamilton i Iowa: E D Beatom, Maver: M M lle
Brown shoes. Ed. Block. Dougall. H Bigler, Modesto. Oal; Mr,
John O. Dunbar has resigued hisr";,- PiSSS A"u ",
Jtfn.. tw..f 4k 1.1.1:.. r. !ide;Geo T Mi liner. Kirkland: Geo
Ns Deliver to Any Part of the Town
THE . "PALACE!"
Ha valley, was in town yesterdav ;
and made a pleasant call at the !
Journal-Miner office. Mrs. Thomas is
riy Stock of Wines, Liquors,
Cigars and Other Wet
Cioods are of the Best and Purest Make-
FINE MUSIC EVERY NIGHT
feet : same course 4ill feet to corner No :t
S,iinion lode of this survey : same course
:i)0 feet to Corner No 4 Sampson lode of this
suney : same course finfeet to corner Xo '2 a
Krauite stone 0.MC!4 inches set one foot in
lrnllllil 11 Ii iTIiri.l.- u iwm it stin.nd 'Iv'i font
! theiu-e X 54 de )0 feet to south center
end : same course :ftni feet to corner Xo3:
tlnvice X :tfi de E 750 feet to west side mon
a mon of stones L'xl' feet : same course 750 ft
to corner Xo 4 : thence S 54 deg E.'WOfeet
to north center end : same course HOO feet to
corner No 1 the place of beginning. The
sun ey of the Mountain Chief lode isidentical
.vitli the location.
SA MI-SOX LODE.
B'-ginning at corner Xo 1. identical with
cor of the location, which is also cor No2, of
the Elsie lode of this suney. where a ior
phyry stone lixSxlM inches is set one foot in
the ground alongside a mon of stones 3x3 ft.
stone marked S No l-153fi; same stone mark
d E Xo 2-l9B a cross on a cranite rock in
'dace marked BRS Xo MS.-; hrs S 17 deg 45 i
ii s . ... t - r w . i
hi in ,i i.j ictri. i. . .-i. L.. .u. no i.vn oears
57 deg 4S min E H559.8 feet : thence X 47 deg
W 741 feet to east side mon and corner No 2
identical with the location: thence S 41 deg
30 min W 300 feet to Corner No 3 at intersec
Hoaof line 1-L' of Mountain Chief lode:
thence S : deg V .300 feet to corner No 4.
whence the Xtv cor of location brs X 4fi deg
I 111 min W 7K7.8 feet : thence S 46 deg 49 min
E 7V2J2 ft to cor Xo 5 which is also cor Xo 3
of Elsie lode of this survey, identical with loc
ation : thence X 41 deg 30 min E 300 feet to S.
I center end. which is also the north center end
in iiicisie loaeoi tins survey: same course
I "i li et toeur Xo 1 theplnee of beginning sr
vey of exterior boundaries.
Beginning at corner Xol the SE corner of
1 claim where a granite t. in. ilXUXlM in.- is set
1 (iiiefixit ingrouiid.alongsidea mon of stones
iA.ii -ei. stone marKea r. o i-ia.ih:a cross on
a granite rock in place marked B R EXo 1
15 brs X 71 deg W 13 ft : a cross on a graniti
rock in place marked B RE Xo 1-1536. brsS
IS di g 55 min V lJft. (Virner Xo l-l.":ai
Azurite C..pp. rlode brs Xrtdeg 40 min Ed65
It. I . sj. L. St. .No i:-W5 bears X 47 deg 43 min
ES-i'10.4 feet: thence XX) deg 30 min W 750ft
to mirth side monument : same course 750 feet
tooor Xo 2 which is also corfo 1 Sampson
I lode of this suney : thence S41deg 30 min YV
midfeet to north center end which is also the
I south centerend of Ssunpsou lode of this sur-
vey: same course 300 fttocor Xo3, which is
! also eor No 5 of Samjison lode of this survey:
. t!n iu-eS3!ideg aOmla E750 f't tosouthside
j mon : same cuursi 750 ft to eor Xo 4 : thence X
! !1 deg 30 n ii n E 300 feet to south center end :
curse 300 feet to cor Xol. the place of
beainnii.t; survey of exterior boundaries. The
1 survey of the Elsie lode is identical with the
Magnetic variation 14 deg E.
Mountain Chief hide 20.66 acres
I Sampaon lode lO.nre
i BWe lode 20.402 "
4-15.31: acrosson a gninite rock in olace
marked B. R. L. D. No. MM, bears N. 62
deg 12 min E 96.5 feet : a cross on a granite
rock in place marked B. R. K. No. 4-1531.
bears N. 7!) deg 45 min W 119 feet; V. S. L.
M. No. 1386 bears S 35 deg 30 mic E 24ttU4
feet. Thence X. 20 deg 15 min W 750 feet to
east side mon Keystone lode 6f this suney :
same course 750 feet to corner No. 2 which is
also corner No. 3 Keystone lode identical
with cor of location. Thence N. 52 deg 53
min E. 300 feet to north end center, identi
cal with initial mon of locution, where is set
a granite stone 4x8x20 ins in ground, along
side built a mon of stones 3x3 ft, stone
u arkek N. C. E. L. D. Xo. 1531 :sameeourse
300 feet to corner No. .!. identical with cor
of location. Thence S. 20 deg 15 min E. 1500
feet to cor No. 4 identical with cor of loca
tion. Thence S. 52 deg 3 min W 300 feet to
south center end. identical with location:
same course :)C0 feettocornerNo. 1 the place
a . . ... Z mini vtji ti inun- hi i ii tit) , i 1 :r.. 1 ir-i
comion to iwtrons nottnn? con d he nii,. v. .i . ... r , "' " . rviin: t. nas riinten
more desirable. The bathrooms are Hvs " nay. Chino Ki
ue . in securing- such hand
quarters and should be gener-pntronized.
Rev. Holding's Lecture.
Rev. Horace V. Holding, formerlv
pastor of the Congregational church
at this place, but for the past four
years a missionary in China, delivered
an addrt last evening at the Con
grega ional church to a good audi
ence. Rev. Holding's manner of tell
ing of his experiences in China, and
the eagerness of the Chiuese npnn e
K near tne story of the gospel is most been sent, and received from him t he
pleasing, and his audience is held latter document. In accordance with
spell bound. While he was in Pekin , the advice of his attorneys. Col. Mc
dunug the terrible siege of last July, Cord will not aaaauue charge of hi.-
he declined to discuss that rnrtinn nt office Until aftw th. Iurm nf T"i.i.il I
zette on account of ill health. Frank
DeSousa. a young newspaper man of
San Jacinto, California, has taken his
We might say fine things about
our $10.00 special suits, but purchas
ers will spread the news soon enough.
Mrs. C. P. Steele and children ar
rived in Prescott a couple of days ago
from Colorado Springs. Colorado, to
join her husband. C P. Steele, the
popular grocery clerk with T. W.
Otis. They intend to make Prescott
their future home. Mrs. Steele is a
sister of Mrs. T. L. Harris.
Late Saturday afternoon Col. M. H.
McCord filed "his official lwud as
United States marshal with Judge
Street, to whom his commission had
Detroit. Mich; E
Bruner. Big Bug.
Geo M Conner,
Trenberth. D S
onay to L
laOlftf tr ot Iz.v:re4 i'.y Tt f;
RATES. NEW "OAYTC-;
N-i-cresT DacaaMta vou
' .!'!!; r"!'iJ?s 'i' i - "
HARTINDELL S HORNE A?ents. Preset,
Wood Wood Wood
gWfiice Sound Juniper Wood for
Sale $5 per Cord.
Leave orders at T. V. OTIS' or L. WOL
LFXBERG i CO.. for
us experience, as ne said be did not
have the heart to do so. He told
many interesting and pathetic inci
dents, however, connected with hrs ex
perience as a missionary. No one
who listened to him last nh?ht eonlH
States court at Prescott. Enterprise.
Drink Heekin's "Magnolia" Coffee.
For Sale by The Bashford-Burmister
Judge W. H. Barnes of Tucson has
While Ed. P. Halliday. a well
known miner of this countv. MM
working in the shaft in the Cypress
mine, near McCabe. a large chunk .if
dirt caved down on the staging,
breaking it down and precipiiating
him several feet Ix-low, where he
struck mi snine timlers, injuring him
very seriously and it may prove
fatally. Had he not caught m the
tinilv rs. lxv.vover.he would hattofallea
nearly 100 feet He was taken to the I
tfcCabe hospital, whew he received
medical aid. but it is feared he cannot j
Mrs. J. L. Munds has invited thai
ana t RID to meet at her resi- ! has thi
dence tomorrow a f term ion. at
o'clock, for the purpose of listening to
a talk by Mrs. Ida Croueh-HazP-tt on
the subject of "Club Work." Mrs.
H.izlett is a memlier of the Denver
Woman's Club, one of the most
prominent organizations of the kin 1
in the United Slates, as well as one
containing the largest memlieisiiip.
She will, therefore, give an instruct
ive talk to the BWaihan of Prescott'-;
A. MAT! r
Mineral Application No ,s2l
tail to be impressed With his earnt- hw-ti lnnL-i- tb M9t t irn r 1 .. .t i . m I
m j f-" ' " V f Vflln Will tin I
ness intne work in which he has been ;i aaarjar and spix-ulator in mines, and ! The equal suffrage meetna; at Mi..
engaged and which he hopes soon to as a result he is now one of the 1 J- L. Munds' on Monday afternoon
resume Sm... K i L- l 1 .i : . e . t-. . !... ii . i i i . V .
" 1 ' uuuie ue ii-aiiiiiefi mni ui ine terntorv. Mis iiiieuiieti aim .Mrs. Mazl. Ii
nas nnramTMi q hn .. .1 . . r - , - - . 1 - -, . 1 . . . I 1 l .,
. imiiu ui seienieen mam ineuus re nice at Ins trood tor- ' 10 me inuies on ttie wavs. means
return to tune. When Arizona secures state- i nets of the surTra'e work. Mrs.
hood, should Judge Barnes attain his Hazlett is a sijeaker of extraordinary
i . . . .K . . . . i i
ainoition. ne win lie able to dazz e .i'im autt ner many venrs
Christian workers, who will
Chica in a bodv to enlace in mission
ary work just as soon as conditions
there are again favorable. At the
clow- of his lecture Mr. Holding was
accorded a reception almost amount
ing to an ovation from the audience,
the r-ajority of whom had been ac
quainted .vith him durin,is resi
dent e here, and those who were not
already acquainted were anxious to
mee: and greet him. He left on this
I'nited Stat.-s Land Office.
lVescott. Arizona. June 10 lii.
Xotice is hereby civen that the Commerc
ial Mininc company, by 4.S. Doiurlas. agent,
whose iiostofl'ee address is I'reseott. Ariaana.
day hit it its iinnlieatioii for imfmi
I for 10si;.6 linear feet of the (Jolil Dai '
or ah buailat Kld and silver, v itli aarfim
! cruiuid H00 fL-et in width, situat.ii in Hassi
.Hill pi mining district, county, of Yavapai.
and Territory of Arizona, and designated bv
the field notes and official plat on tile in this
office as survey No. 145. approximately
township l:t. range 1 w of O. Jc S. B. mer
idian. Said survey No. 145S being :is fol
I lows to-wit :
j Beginning at cor No 1 a porjihyry stone
Bx8xL'4 ins set one foot in ground alongside a
I mon of stones Sx.'i feet, stone marked O. D.
! No 1145s. A X on an oak tree 8 ins in
J diameter marked BTOD Xo 1-145S brs S 77
i .'. in min W 1S.5 ft. A X on an oak tree i
ins in diutnetcr marked B T J D No l-K&.
brs S 73 deg H min E 4S.5 ft. I S M M N"n
I.HD brs X 4tideu ltl min BBUnaal
I Thence S 41 deg S3 min AV iW.4 feet to in
tersect line 841 West I'oint lode, survey No
!i75 at S 35 dig E lTL'.O ft from cor No 5.
tOl.li fit to Cor Xo 1'. Thence 441 Hw W
reel to cor ?o ;j tieneral
Total area of claims
This claim i located on unsurveyed land,
approximately in twp NR,1 W Q and B K
meridian. Black Bock mining district. Yava
pai county. Arizona.
Mountain Chief vein extends from the ini
tial monument N deg E 750 feel and S :
deg H" 750 feet. Sampson vein extends from
the north center end monument S 47 deg E
741 feel and northe; -terly into the Mountain
Chief ground 800 feet. Elsie vein extends
from the north center end monument S 30
, deg : miu E 1500 feet.
Notice of the location of the Mountion
Chief claim is recorded iu book 45 of mines
! paafBI 87M80 records of Yavapai county.
Arizona. Notice of the location of the Samp
son claim is recorded in Ixiok 51 of mines,
luiges .'to-slti. same records. Notice of the
: loeattoa of the Elsie claim is recorded in
book 5J of mines. wge 185. same records.
The Elsie claim is bounded on the north
t by the Azurite copper claim, survey No 1530.
There are no other adjoining claims or
Any and all persons claiming adversel
my portion ot said Mountain I hief.
Sampson or Elsie mines or surface
ground are 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 statue.
KREDEBICK A. TBITLE. 1R..
First publication May 8. WOl.
Application for a Patent.
Beginning at conier Xo. 1 identical with
location where a granite stone 8xll'x24 ins is I
set one foot in ground alongside built a mon j
of stone marked Xo. 1-lBHj a granite rock
in place marked B. R. K. No. 1-1531 bears S
50 deg 30 min E 5.H feet : a cross on a granite
rock in place marked B. B. K. Xo. 1-1531 brs
8 37 deg 35 miu V 14.H feet i C. S. L. M. Xo. I
1385 B. B. D. bears S 4 deg 9 min E 2SK.3 ;
feet. Thence X :0 deg 15 min W 180 feet to
cor No 1 Curley lode of this survey: same
course 500 feet to east center end mon of
Curley lode ; same course 500 feet to corner
No 5, Curley lode : same course XX) feet to
corner No I identical with cor of the loca
tion. Thence N HO deg E 300 feet to north
center end identical with location : same i
course 300 feet to corner No 3 which is also .
cor No 2 Little Dandy lode of this survey, j
identical cor of the location, described '
above. Thence S 20 deg 15 min E 750 feet to
cast 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 DHndy lode of this
survey. Thence S 00 deg V 300 feet 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.
CTJBLEY LODE. i Congjsts 0f thirteen claims located
Beginning at corner No 1 identical with
southeast corner of the location at a point N j
20 deg 15 miu W 180 feet from cor No 1 Kev-
stone lode of this survey, where is set a
grauite stone 5x12x24 ins one foot in the
ground alongside a inon of stones 3x3 feet
marked C. No. 1-1531 : a cross on a gninite
rock in place marked B. B. K. No. 1-1531 brs
S. 30 deg 45 mm 25.5 ft
A. CENTERS. President, N A.CENTERS. Din-. tor.
F. W. HOWARD. Sec'vand Treas., M. R. HARLAN. Dire, tor,
M. R. HARLAN. Gen'l Manager.' H. C. HARSHA, Ditt tax,
GEORGE W. BUCK. Superintendent. GEO. . Bl'( K. I in tor,
, F. V. HOWARD, Director,
The officers of the company are all well known throughout the territory and ari worthy
of the confidence of the public, which they enjoy.
Capitalized at 1,000,000 Shares at Par Value of $1.00 Per Share
Fully Paid and Nonassessable.
Treasury Stock 475,000 Shares
5D.000 of which shares were first put on the market at 10 cents per share and of which
only a small amount remains unsold. The company proposes to sell only a sufficient
quantity of stock to develop the mine and onlythe small remainder of the 50jOOO shares at
10 casta, when the price will be advanced.
NOW IS THE TIME TO INVEST !
While the Price is 10c per share to enjoy the AJvan
Which is Sure to Come and that very Saai.
five miles northwest of Bisbee. Arizonn,
large croppings of
on :in air line, and all show
i cross on a
granite rock in place marked B. B. K. No. 1-
163! brs S 5 dt .55 min W 13.5 feet ; C S. L.
M. No 1385 B. B. D. bearssonth 47deglT min
E 2WH.6 fact. Thence N 47 deg 44 miu W
H00 feet to west side mon : same course 548""ft
to corner No 2. Thence N 20 deg 15 min W
500 feet to corner No 3 identical with west
center end of the location, the XWtnr of the
location a mon of stones 2x2 feet bears S :A
deg :J min W 240 feet. Thence N 34 deg :)
mm c. 300 feet to corner No 4. identical with
NE corner of the location. Thence S 43 deg
44 min E 00 feet to east side mon. a mon of
stones 2x2 feet : same course 348 feet to eor
No 5 at a point S 20 deg 15 miu E 320 feet
from eor No 2 of Keystone lode. Thence S
20 deg 15 min E 500 feet to east center end.
original east center end of the location bears
S 47 deg 44 min E 00 feet, a inon of stones
2x2 feet : same eourse 500 feet to corner No 1
the place of beginning the survey of the ex
Magnetic variation 14 degrees east.
Little Dandy lode 19.7X acres
Keystone lode 20.357 "
Curley lode : 13.912 "
Copper, Gold, Silver, Lead
SURFACE AND OTHER INDICATIONS.
A number of copper ledges eros these claims, running north and south and again these are crossed at
right anirle hv stringers at various distances in the vicinity of the shift. Various issa -s of th'-se show
copper predominating and carrying also silver and gold, the copper usually running about 10 to 20 per
cent on the suriace. In the shaft ore has been encountered the full distance of 50 feet, carrying also Goldr
and Silver, and increasing in value and quantity all the way. It takes money to develop any prop
ertv and the comptnv asks you to share this expense by purchasing its sto -k and pmmisi-s to share with
you its dividends or profits.
Work is Now Progressing Day and Night !
IT. ..,.. l.t.. 14
xv....u: i ui ii .-- ... . ;.. .1... i. f..." , ., ! to cor .o.i.
,iiiniL:itu u ii as ,ii name i nio-nt- 1 ' " num ui its ner m t he it.r ... , v -k i f.,... ... i:
shirt as was worn by Senator Tabor ; front ranks as an orgauizerof s:iffni.'v ! Skylight lode, survey No 12Kat N IS neg"i5
of Colorado. -Enterprise. clubs. At I he close of the meetin" I minJv 308 Is from cor No 2. 10Mi.fi feet to
! nearly ill of tho 1-ulio- , r.., ."" cor No 4. Thence S 4fi deg H 232.fi feet to
Everv man who ever worn f 1 7 . J be- hltorsect line- 1-2 Skylight lode, survey No
W'l v? I . r ? . ; V"""" "81" of suffrage flub of 1 128'. at N 45 deg T. RM fe. t from ,, N ..
W ilson s Imts knows its value. Prescott. Mrs. H.izlett will apeak at I : f north enter end 47fi feet to iut i
Ix-tter than we can tell. You'd IxM t ho M V ,-.-.r..U t. ...;k .. sect line 5-6 Cherry lode survey No !W2 at X
. . -iiiii'U r. .vi.i. i.-.'i iri
surprised to know how
men thert are that have
mornings tram itir Los Angeles, and ' satisfaction. fcvery
he expects to remain in California un- A-pe antl even color you find in the
til the time for his departure for V;,,l agency hat. we duplicate for
sivesiiMiageandon Wednesday night
The new citizens should all avail them
seies o! the opportunity of h
business of the Prescott Ele.--
i trie compnnv has assumed such I Iff U
T! - following is a list of letters re
man ntf in the post Office for the week
ending June 17, !901:
Alabastar, Frank Barnett, A F
Barren. S H Briaaaeoaaba, J
Briggs. This F Brown, Mrs Jas
Brow n, E and Mrs Campbell. Mrs E A
Carli. John Crawford. Chet
Crowl, Mrs T C Dandrea. Louis
Drapeau, Arthur Dlen. Mrs Sophia
Take 50 cents to Joe
and trade it for a
wear. A two to one
It. U. rrencli.the i-nteriiiisinsr com ; l""' '"" 1 great lire, one
mercial traveler, who has lieen niak- Wi,s a" t.nat Wi,s neMssiiry to Blipply
ing his home in Prescott for several j a" I'fs'hts usd in the city, but the
years, finds such an increase to njs 'ilsin,ss lias steadily increased until
business that it has beooBM aaeeaaan 1 P"8"" there are taree large dyaa-
. . . . .' .v. :.. s i .
tor aim to open a tjenuanent othiT i lu" 11 ;'en ineone reeent iv
here. He has taken room 31. in tin
cor No 1 the place of hi-ginning.
Magi i tic vnration 14 deg 10
milling !'.2K7 acres.
The locniioi! of this mine is recorded in
the recorder s oftice of iavaiai county. Ari
zonii. at iiu' -v ot 1hkik5()o1 niines.
I'nited States Land Office. I
Prescott. Arizona. May fi. lilOl. 1"
Notice is hereby given that C. P. Wing.
'ielil. whose jsist ofliee address is Big
Bug. Arizona. has this day tiled his
application for a imtent for 7.76 acres of
the Princes placer claim situated in Big
Bug mining distriet.county of Yava
lii. Territory of Arizona, and designat
ed by the field notes and official plat
on tile in this office as survey number 1538.
on unsurveyed land approximately in town
ship 12 north, range 1 east, (iila and Salt
river meridian. Arizona, said suney number
153S. being as follows:
Beginning at corner No. 1. idential with
thcjiorth corner of the location, where a
pint' jiost BJj feet long and four inches
square is set is incn.-s in tne ground, sur-rouiidi-d
by a monument of stones and earth.
Bribed P. 1-1538. whence L'. S. L. M. No.
15 bears N fit; deg is i:iinW6-!l feet. Tie
iiorlli corner of C l Wiugtield's house brs
fheuce N 4-i ( s "'U 25 min h l.fi feet. No other bear-
aigs avauaoie. inriurs.ni aeg on mm n
lil feet to comer No 2 identical with the
west corner of thi- liK-ation. Thence south
M deg 55 min E 58l ft to corner No 3. identi
eal with the comer of the location. Thence
N Hi di'g Oil min E42.8 feet to corner No 4.
whence corner of location bears N 4fi deg 3I
'iiin E :l feet. Thence N IH deg XI miu W
aSaleH to a monument oil the line: smne
soant 212 feel to corner No. 1. the place of
Magnetic variation 14 degrees east.
Telnl in1! ari-a of elaim. 7.7fi iien-s.
I he clai-n is located on unsurveyed land
Total area of lode claim 54.0K7 acres
US ATION ASH HO1N0AKIKS.
This claim is located on unsurveyed land,
approximately in township 8 uorth. range 3
west. U. and S. K. M..iu Black Rock mining
district. Yavajiai county. Arizona, and is
bouudi-d on the north by O'Brien and Ctise's
locations, names of claims unknown : on the
east by the Toltee lode : on the south by the j
line Star and Homi-stake lodes, elainu-d by
Mr. Burson. and on the west by Bourn's lo
cation, all of which claims are unsurveyed.
Little Dandy vein extends from the dis
covery shaft S 20 deg 15 min E fW feet to
south center end of claim and N 20 deg 15
miu W 1410 feet to north centerend: Key
stone vein extends from the north center end
S 20 deg 15 min E 1500 feet to the south
center end : Curley vein extends from the
discovery cut S 47 deg 44 min W 1228 feet to
Bka west centenend.
Notice of the location of the Little Dandy I
lode is recorded In book 38 of mines, page
133: rind of the Keystone lode in book 37 of I
mines, page 54fi. amended notice of same j
being in book 44 of mines, page fi35-fi37; and
ot tne hurley lode in nook 44 ot mini's iages
33-35. all in the office of the recorder of
Yavapai county. Arizona, and records of said
Any and all persons claiming adversely any
portion of the said Little Dandy.
Keystone or Curley mining claims
or surface ground are required to file
their adverse claims with the Register
of the I nited States Land Office at Irescott.
Arizona, within sixty days from the date of
the first publication of this notice, or th.-y
will be barred by virtue of the provisions of
FREDERICK A. TRITLE. Jr..
First publication May 8. ML
R W. HOWARD, Secretary and Treasurer, and
A. D. CAMPBELL, a Practical Mining Man,
are located for a few days at the
where they will be gl ad to show samples of the ore, assays and letters from prominent parties who
seen and examined these properties. Call on them, room 110, for particulars, or address
fim feet to
1 he adjoining i
i Mining company
11 .1 .. ., ...
iisoii s ixirtunis that it u:i r.Mii.i iCmi.i,
. suit of under-! to arder a new irmmn for tb,.;.- I kmm mi
i . .. ..i .i
1 r i i-ess man a year ayo. or
laiinants are Commercial approximately in twp IL -V. n. 1 h... U. A S.
, Mrs. Kauts and Divid ! K- meridian, in Big Bug mining district.
Ys.v.-ipai county. Arizona.
nil Mtaoai claiming adversely The clai ii is txmndi-d tin the northeast by
nny iortion of said mine or surfac. rusnj asn claim, on rn.- sounm.-si n m.
ground, are required to file their adverse I B;'V X " v claim, and the Montezuma claim
eUna with tin fcialln of the Catted Btafe . . - north of it 1 here are no known mines.
Tmd flow at Pr.-s.-nlt. Ari.m.-i in il... i veins, lodes, salt springs, or mill sites withm
Ooootjl of Y.-iv.-ipii. during tin-sixty days
period of publication hereof or they will tx-
Mrs J M
Fain, W B
Flathers. Mrs B F
Hays. W B
Martin. H L
Rounarph. Mrs L
Shanks, Mrs Stella
Thompson, Ira M
Turner, Miss L
Walker. F M
Wilson, Miss A
Marsi fohn S
Poett ?oh A
Smitl ...i ,ey
Turn r, G A
Van tipe, H E
Wei . G W
Will . Mrs J
Garga, Martin, Maki. Jesus
PI ase call for advertised letters
J. W. Akers, P. M.
Thursday, June 13 Territory vs.
Jose Asneros: trial before a jury yes
day. Jury returned a verdict of not
guilty this morning and defendant
Territory vs. Fred Irvine, ebauaje,
robbery; case on trial before a jurv.
Miss Mabie Finnev. of Tennessee.
.i.i. ved in frea- ott thig morning and Slx "eeks in rrescotf on
is visiting with Mrs. C. B. Linn. I mining IvaaiMM
new hiink builmu for this )iirjxse.
He will have an assistant to look after
the business hen-, while he will con
tinue on the road.
Go to Swartz A- Hughes for wall
paper and fine pajier hanging. Odd
Fellows' building. 6-14x6
Mrs. D. C'anipliell. who went to
Flagstaff a week ago to attend the
closing exercises of the Northern
Normal school, returned home yes
terday, accompanied by her little
daughter, also by her daughter. Miss
Afiee Oaaapbell, wfen graduateil from
the school with high honors. The
Northern Norma! is doing good work.
The safe deposit dniwers put in b
the Bank of Arizona seem to have met
a want existing in Prescott. Nearly
all of them have been rented already.
They afford a convenient place for
keeping valuable paers. or articles of
value, as well as a safe place from
fire, burglars or r:blers. The vault
iand lioxes are doubly lockad, aaatie
! from the locks for which keys are
furnished to those renting them.
Supply your Sunday table with a
I box of Hiiyler's. R. H. Burmister
; & Sons Co.. sole agents.
Geo. M. Conner, of Detroit. Miehi-1
gan, arrived on last night's train fori
the purpose of sijeudiug a month or 1
: in' ics in use and
onlereil arrives, will make foiirwiii.
the full capacity ol all of them in use.
This is an.. t her good index to the ba
crcilsed amount of busiuess being
done in 111 muM.
If you have any kind of furniture
or household goods to dispose of, see
G. F. Tinsler. the auctioneer,
Guriey street, near Granite. Tele
phone Xo. 28L, You ain get tl
hiu'hestiash price. t f
Vim. vigor and vitality imparted bv
Ajax Tabl-ts: 50e. Six lioxes or 2
months treatment for BriaieT
Ommj Oi.. ageuts. S-aOtf
in it now .it the somh
.za, next to the Proanect
efSce. Will do all uaiiiajya ferinnung
tad ujiholsieriug work at n ailllllu
rices. Goixi work guatntite .1. J
(V Feller. ,,'
A surgical ox-r;.tion is not neeea
sary to cur - pflea. DeWitt's Witch
Hael Salve navu all that exiciii-e
and neer fails. Beware of counter -felt.
W. W. Ko-s and Brisley Drug
Eczerrui, saltrbeum, tetter, chafing
yy poi oniag and a!) skin tortures
an quii-klv oand by DrWitt's Witch
Haz-I Salve. The certain pile cure,
Brislet Drug Co. anil W. W Rrws.
Itarred bv virtue of the nrovisiutis of tin
FREDKItlCK A. TKTTLiK. TR..
Kirst publication Java 1-. ML W
rjKi'AKT.NiKN r OF THK INTERIOR, Gen
L era I Land Dftice. Washington. D. C
May 111. liOl. Notice is heretiy given that
se;;led bids dinvtinl to thi' tim:iiissioner of
the General Land ofliee will tie reeeivi-d In
tin Receiver of the I'. S. Land Office at l'res
cott. Arizona, to and including the 11th day
of July. ISOt, for the sale, under the provis
ion oi the Act of Juni 4. 1K!I7 (SO Stat.. M4
:tfi). of a quantity of timbersufficieut tomake
OVOeO feet of timber or lumber and UBS
cords of Wood, to be cut from lands within
tin limits of the Prescott Fori-st Reserve,
Arizona, covered by several lixle mining
el.iiins designated a- the "Oro (oinid. .'
"I-Jist Chance.'' Sunuyside." "Mountain
liief" and (iiand View." all hx-ated by the
i'eim (iold Mining Company iu the Walker
Mining District near the head of Lynx Creek
and including about Ltl acres of land. Xo
liid of less than $1.11) sat thousand fivt for
ttabeTi and H cents s-r cord for aaod, will
b' consideri-d : a deporit of the sum of $la0.
Oi with each bid will tx- reiiuin-d and n.v-'
1'ieiil in full of the nriae of tin' timlxT :
awanled must Im made by the successful bid
der within thirty days of date of notiei of i
ovarii. Tin timtx r will be cut and removed i
under the siix'rvision of an oftieer detailed
for that purxise. and uotimlx-r will lx- etit '
until marked and designated and paid for iu
full, and thi-cutting will be done and Hm
brush, rubbish and remnants will be piled
and disiHs.il of under the direction of the I
officer in charge, and eare will be exercise)!
to save the remaining timber from injury.
Timber on valid mining or other claims be. ;
longing toothers than the OaaafMBf BBBMd
will be res.TMil from sale. I n-old timlx-r
may. on pititionof Inteiidiug pun-has. rs. I.
sold without further ado. nisi meat pi am
time within one year. The right is iwnul
to rejivl any an! all bids. Rimicb Hfkmann,
Flmt publicntion Jura . W
the ixiuudary of this claim.
N.itiee of the lix-ation of thePrinci-s placer
' claim is recordi-d in lxxik 51 of mini's iage
21. nvord- of Vavaai county. Arizona.
Any and all pirsons claiming adversi'ly
any ixirtion of said Pnnci's placer claim or
surfaccground areri-quirxl to tile their ad
it r.-e claims with the r"gister of the l'nitel
:v,atcs Land Othcc tit Prescott. territory' of
Arizona, within sixty days from the date of
the tirst publication of this notice or they
will lx' barri'dby virtue of the provisions of
FREDKHICK A. TKITLE. JR..
First publication May 8. 1S01.
Notice of Forfeiture.
Prestxitt. Arizona. May 22. 1!W1.
To A. L. McKesson. W. H. McKesson. Geo.
W. Staver. their heirs and assigns:
Vou are hereby notified that I
have expended during the year riWI
one hundri-il dollars in labor and improve
ments Uhiii the Wire iold mine, situated in
Bqaata Creek .'.lining District. County of Yav
aimi. Territory of Arizona, the notice of lo
eaiion abereof is of record in the oftiee of
the county recorder, in Ixmk 22 ofjnines. at
pagi l. Milling Rivords of Yavaiai
county. Arizona, in order to hold said elaim
under the provisions of Section 2324 of the
Bet laud Statut.-s of the I'nited States and
the amendments thereto concerning an
nual lalxir tiiMin mining claims. Thi' above
sum expended was the amount required to
hold said claim for the xriixl ending De
cember HI. Mb
And if within ninety (S0 days from the
IXTsonal - rviee ef this notice, or within
teat (SOIdaya after tin publication here
of, you fail or refuse to contribute your pro
IMirtiou ef said eXN'iidituri's as omiwiuts
i iniir interim.! in siiid iiiitiinir el.nie will
I Im pawn the proinrty of the sutwrilxr. ' avajiai
your co-owner, wlio tins made the required
exix-nditure by the terms of said Section
Application For a Patant.
United States Land Office, i
Pri-seott. Ariz.. May 27. MSB.
Notice is hereby given tlmt H. P. Anderson,
whose postoffice address is Prescott. Arizona,
has this day tiled his application for a patent
for nine hundred l!0l linear feet of the Lit
tle Joker mining claim. Ixaring gold, silver
and copixr. with surface ground six hundred
(tifJOl feet in width, situated in an unknown
mining district, county of Yavaai and terri
tory of Arizona, and designated by the tie'd
notes and official plat on tile in this office as
survey No. IXC on unsurveyed laud, ap
proximately in township !' north, range 2
west. Gila and Salt River meridian. Ari
zona, said survey No. 1K!7 being as follows:
Beginning at comer No. 1. identical with
the S. E. corner of location, atom a xr
phyry stone I'.xl0x24 inches is set 12 inches iu
the ground chiseled 1-L -115.17. with mound
of siones alongside, whence U. S. L. M. No.
1617, bears N. B di g. min. W. 711 feet. No
other bearitujs available.
Thence S. 76 deg. 10 min. W. 800 feet to
corner No. 2. identical with the HMBtloa.
Tin uce N. 13 deg. litl min. V , iJOO feet to cor
ner No. ;t. identical with the location. Thence
N. :i leg. 411 min E. itti feet to corner No. 4.
identical with corner of the location. Thence
N. 7iideg. ID miu. E. KOO feet to corner No.
o, identical with thi' corner of the location.
Thence S. 3 di g. 40 min. W.'xWfect toco t..r
No. ti. identical with the corner of the Kxii
tion. Thence S. l:i deg. SO min. E. SOU feet
to corner No. 1. the place of beginning. Va
riation 14 deg. E. Total net area of claim.
The claim is located on ussurveyed land,
approximately in Twp. a N.sl. 2 W Gila
and Salt River mcridimi. iuunkaown mining
district. Taaaaal aaaaty, Arizona territory.
This claim is bouudi-d on the north by th.
Harrison lode, owned by claimant hereof .
From uionUmeut at center of S. end of Iixle
th ledae bean N. l.'l deg. tA' min. W. mm
feet : thence N. .'( deg. 40 miu. E. !U fitt.
Notice of the koaaflOB of this claim is re
cortled in Book 2! of lOaaa, utge 2H1. Itev
)irds of YavafKti county. Arion i.
Any and all ix rsuuscluiming adversely any
portionof the said Little Joki r mining claim
or surface ground are n-quire)! to tile their
adverse claims with the register of the
United States land office at Prescott. Y'avn-
pai county. Territory of Arizona, during th
sixty days' x'riil of publication hereof, o
they will tx- Ixtri-cd by virtu, of the pr
visions of the statute.
FREDERICK A. TRITLE. Jr..
First publication May 2fl.
Modern Copper Mining Co.
MINE warning NOTICES! n niiinri i nivirc 5 rn
V, v iiflrDCLL VAUCJ :- W.
BIG BUG SMELTF.H.
Notice is hereby given that the Arizona '
Eastern A Montana Smelting Ore Pun-has- j
ing and Development Company has leased
the Boggs mines, smelter and pipe line, ard i
that the undersigned will in uo way be Pf-I
stxinsible for debts contracted in operatir i
COMMERCIAL MINING CO..
J. S. Douglas, Agwit.
Ovtobe 27. 18S9.
Notice is hereby given that the Homestca I
udaa, located in the Walker mining district, rm jp W.lff
;.- now betas worked under a bond, anc th t jJ YkJiJ)
ilieim lersign. d. .nvt-.er of 1
not be resixmsible for any labor, accident or
debts of the same w hich may accrue during
the period of said txiud.
Prescott. Arizona. Jan. 8. 1!W0.
Representing the Largest European and
Mills, Mines and Smelting iflaciiii:er
Trade a Specialty.
A pa r tad o 83,
is hereby given that the
Notice is hereby given that the Silver Bt It
mine. Iix-atnl 111 tne Agua r na .inning uis
trict. is now being work.i under bond and
lease, and the ow ner- of said proix-rtj nor
the iirotxrtv itself . r ill not be responsibl
f)ir any debts contrjicteil against said prop
erty during the time of said bond.
MRS F. A. BAs-HFORD.
HI GH McCIU'M.
Prescott. Arizona. May 22. 11.
NIGHT HAWK. Et Al.
Hawk. White Hawk, and Scottish Chief miu- I
tug claims. and Nigh! Hawk mill site, situat
ed in line Grove district. Yavapai county.
' Arizona, having bond-)! the s-ime. will not
j be resjxinsible for any debis contnet. -i
ni! nst said proix-rty during the time of said I
Prescott. Arizona. Feb. 1. 1TO0.
STAN DARK AND BUSTKR.
Xotire is hereby trn -'ii t hut t i: 1 ;ir-l hi '
Huster Kfoup of" mines. Ivptel in 1 he lin.
j v.nve iiitrn i, KrHinaw muu;ain, are n
j f-vinjr w.rkel iin'k-r Unl ami 'etiw. anl th
the owner of the same will not he respoTtMb.
tor nny Iaoor, at fideni, or ueDis i trie "tin
neeruetl under Ihe terms of the lease.
J. A. KORBK.".
John Mt K BW
May 1J 1W.
ASTKC, FAIRVIKW. ET. AL
Notice is herd. ;i ven that neiliier r he ?.
Fairriew, MHiimi-rff1. Silver Trnil. ft. K. T!
I.illtan antl Nellie I. Mining vt Im, itiiimte.'
in the Hn-sftyampa milting dUtnrt, avnp
county. Arizona. Known as iuv iniin''e pr-
""r tllt-" twrer of
clftim will be responsible for nny ileitis
other nhTiratiocM eontrsfled brXewn !'nlm
tnl Miy while opernttnp sa:l jropi'rty un-
lerlons-. J. II. iMIAKKSOV
Bv Kobt. E. Mtirri
Seeds Seeds Seeds
GARDEN AND FLOWER.
Lawn Grass Seeds in Packages and Bulk !
Our Thirty Years' Experience
to chose varieties most suitable
In selevtiii"; seeds for this market enables us
for the Sdti ami climate of Northern Arizona.
KELLY i STEPHENS
WHENEVER YOU WANT
Merchandise or Mining Supplies
Kemember the Old Established House
MRS. F. A. BASHFOHD,
Flral paklioBtlnn Mat it, 111)1,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of M.o tliaiF. Porter, ilm-i used.
Xotice is hereby liven by the niulersij;i:ed.
adininistratiir of tmyert.it. of Manila F.
Porter, ileeensi'o'. to i:- . of anil all 1
liersmis hii i'iu el.i:iii ti3it tbe siiid il,
ei i, .1. t, , e v 'li I -it t'l 1 Ii tht 1- e s.e v
vouchers, within four niie 'h. frath' Hr-t
nublieation of this notice to the Md ad
ministrator at the oftiee of the Retford -Burmister
Comfiany. in Prescott, Ari.oiin.
the same h4iiii' th' place for the transaction
of the business of isnd . state, in sniil county
(iOKHAM A. BKAY.
Administrator, with the will annexed, of the
estate of Martha F. Porter, deceased.
Httiimev in tact.
ONTARIO (iROVPOF MINES.
Notice ishereby given that the undersicnl
tire the owners of the tVntario yroup of
mines, located in Black Hills minius di"
trict, and that we will not be respoCMibfa for
any debts contracted for labo- or otherwise
against said mining claim by parties work
ing the said Ontario group.
W. W . Munds .t Co.
Prescott. Arfaoaa, tpril 1. On.
Unt.'d this :"th day of May.
FRANK SCOPEL, Proprietor
Fine Rooms Everything New
Bar in Connection.
Umi limr fnf v'urr
The 0. K. STORE
Staple and Fancy Groceries, A Full Stock of Men's Furnishing Goods
Alwavs on Hand. All Goods Fresh and Ip-To-Date.
JOSEPH DOUGHERTY. Proprietor
Hold On. Capialist! You Want Me! I Want You! You Want
A Gold or Copper Mine?
I can Fit you out wjth the best in Yavapai County.
Have properties in the Prescott. Jerome, crowned
King antl gWickenburg Districts. Write, me at
d. d. Mcdonald,
Comer Office Over Bank of Ariona.