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CITY AND COUNTY.
Homer Hansen left for Chicago this
F. E. Bacon went to Wii-konburg
Dr. G. W. Viokers returned to
Phenix last eveniDg.
R. E. Morrison is in LosAugele on
a brief business trip.
The Miners' union of Glol- will
soon have a building of their own.
Governor R. 0. Powers writes th;it
he has improved considerably sii OB
going to Los Angeles.
Judge W. C. Campbell left on Sun-
day for a visit to California.
Albert Brow and Miss Cora Lind- j
say were married recently by p robot
judge C. P. Hic ks.
The train from Phenix was an hin.r
late this morning, owing to the soft
condition of the track.
Judge J. J. Hawkins returned last
night from his visit to the Gram!
M. R. Harlan and ft J. Jones left
this morning for Flagstaff, in the in
terest of the United Mtxlerns.
Miss Eleanor Sloan, daughter of
Judge and Mrs. R. E. Sloan went to
Married. July 28. in Ptoaoott, bv
Rev. F. E. Bennett. Charles B. God
dard and Mrs. Kate B. Cotton.
Mrs. J. B. McXally's mother. Mrs.
Sweeny, died in San Francisco Julv
Greatest Variety of Styles
Ask your dealer for them he will order for you
or write direct and receive descriptive price list
HENRY H. ROELOFS & CO., Philadelphia.
MINE WARNING NOTICES!
Mr. and .Mrs. Bell, fatli.-r of Mrs. J.
L Gardner and of Fleetwood Bell arc
visiting the latter in Prescott.
A storm which visited Chino vall. v
yesterday is said to have flooded tin;
Four prisoners were lodged in jail
yesterday for excavating prehistoric
ruins in the San Francisco mountain
forest reserve. They are all Mexican-.
Prof. D. M. Martin rattuaed last
evening from Hillsdale. Michigan,
where he has been for the past three
Duncan Campbell, an of Y.
C. Campbell, and Miss Roberta Akers,
daughter of Mrs. Campbell, will at
tend the California State university at
Berkeley next year. Miss Akers "will
take a course in architecture.
The social dances given by the
Fraternal Brotherhood are very jk
ular as was shown last evening by a
larjre and appreciative crowd which
gathered in Dougherty's hall to list
en to the exceedingly well rendered
program and to indulge in dancing to
the early mom. One of the princi
ple features of the evening ..s the
presentation of a solid ROM pin from
hal-i- ol the fraternal
Following is the daily report of in
struments fih-d in the county record
er's office, as repotted by the Prescott
Mat Cauheld A; M Lassen, file A of
A' W on six mines. BfaaCI Hock
S McW'horters ft Win D Powell,
Deed. "Pour Partdner Mine. Agua
1 he simicine lotl"
lirotherhl to Mrs. P. L. Kastner District. S'.KIO
t which mm a i maipMe mm uriau) m ap- Jjs E A(,n a mjm , iw-!l. Deed.
preciation of her work in secunng T- Bmb K'.x-k. Ooaierfnek, Bed
pwd and desirable in.-mlx.-is for the n"- f y ..itlire ..,, ft;,,,. Mines. Fria
R C Welch
45.(100 teat of
( has E Lore A; J F Mulliu, Assgns
Mfana by H OWan, BOO.
The n.cmlx-rs of T. F. B. No.
front as pafcfc
122. an1 comintr to the
Years ago, the late "Barney" Ijiin
try took offense at something ex-Senator
W. A. Morgan, editor of the
Chase County Leader, had published
and wrote him: ''Stop the paper and
send me the bill." The senator lock
cd up the orlie- and sent him the kev
with a bill for S-HOfiU "Barney" was
bluffel and wnn back that he simply
wanted h- c-opy of the paper coming
i t him stoniM-d. Kansas Citv Point -
Another quite important mining
i deal was consummated in the Bitr Bug
country I ilav or two ago whereby
McCruui and Parsons transferred title
to their Gladstone mine to a party of
.astern capitalists for SlSO.OfW. The
mine is located adjoining the McCain
mine and has lieen producing very
rich ore. The purchasers it is. said
ft F H Fall. L ease,
groaad at Congress
PmoM, Aiizomi. July 10. I'M.
To Julius Morrow unci hul Schmidt :
Yon are hcrehy notified that I have expend
ed during the year 1HWI. one hundred dollar
fai labor and improvements UKn each of the
inininji elaiinsand hidef situate in the Thumb
Butte Mining district, nunty of Yaraiai.
Ari.ona. named and descrfbYtl as follows: !
The iood Luck, the notice of location where- !
of It recorded at pane three hundred and i
. thirty two CXf2) of lxaik forty one 41 ) of min
ing records in the office of the county record
erof Kaid county: the Indiana, the notice of
location whereof ii record'! at jiage three
huudn-d and seventy nine (S7fl t of book
, thirty nine t:tfl). of said mining records: the
New York, the notice of location whereof is
recorded at mgc three hundred eighty (380)
of batik thirty nine CM), of said mining rec
ords, in order to hold said claims underthe
provisions of section 1'::'4 offthc Revised
S'.at it. s of the Vnitcd States and the amend
ment thereof approved January 21. 1HJO. con
cerning the annual laboruMn mining claims,
being the amount required to hold each of
said lodes for the jieriod ending July 31, lflOO.
and aggregating three hundred dollars. And
if. within ninety days from the service of this
notice uihhi you by publication hereof, or by
personal service hereof uKn you. you fail or
refuse to contribute your proiiortMa of such
expenditures as co-owner, your interest in
the claims will become the property of the
subscriber, your co-owner, who has made
the maalllld exjienditures by the terms of
1 said section.
; First publication July 11.
Notice of Forfeiture.
l'rescotl. Arizona. May I!--'. 11.
To A. I.. MeK'-sson. V. II. MeKosson. (co. !
W. Staver. their heirs and assigns:
You arc hereby notified that 1 1
have expended during the year i!IO0
one hundred dollars in liilair and improve- I
incuts iiHn the Wire Odd mine, situated in j
Squaw Creek Mining District .'County of Yav-
apati Territory of Arizona, the notice of lo- ;
cation whereof is of record in the office of '
the county recorder, in Nxk 1! of mires, at !
iwgc H. Mining Recirds of Yavapai
county. Ari.ona. in order to hold said claim
under the provisions of Section 1.'4 of the I
Revised Statutes of .the I'uited States and ;
the amendments thereto concerning an- ;
tuuil lalair aaa mining claims. The above :
sum eXM'nded was the amount reuired to
hold said claim for the ieriod ending De
iiiiIiiii II . lHOn.
And if within ninety "it days from the
H-rsotuil service of lliis notice, or within 1
ninety l!1t) days afUT the publication here
BIG BTG SMELTER.
Notice ia hereby given that the Arizona
Kastern Jr. Montana Smelting Ore Purchas
ing and Development Company has leased
the Boggs mines, smelter and pipe line, and
that the undersigned will In no way be re
sponsible for debts contracted in operating
COMMERCIAL MINING CO.,
J. S. Douglas, Agent.
Octobe 27, 1899.
Notice is hereby given that the Homestead I
mine, located in the Walker mining district,
is now being worked under a bond, and that
the undersigned, owner of said mine, will
not be responsible for nny labor, accident or
debts of the same which may accrue during
the period of said bond.
Prescott, Arizona. Jan. 8, lftt).
Annual Midsummer Suit and Pants
July the 4th practically marks the end of the Clothing Season. As we have done a LARGO BUS
INESS the past season, and reaped a fair reward for our work, we can afford to close out the balance of our
stock at "most any old price." We must clear the deck for action in the fall.
Notice is hereby given tliat the Silver Belt
mine, located iu the Agua Fria Mining Dis
trict, is now being worked under bond and
lease, and the owners of Slid property nor
the property itself, will not be responsible
for any debts contracted against said prop
erty during the time of said bond.
UBS. F. A. BASH FORD.
Prescott. Arizona. May IT-'. 1901.
rt::C!S7I!?ED 1838 J
In Men's and Boy's
1 Si un Bun (a
The visitors returning from Proaeotl
all sav that the climate is ocrfect
in the mountain town. Prescott i- will work it on a larjre scale.
one or tDe prettiest towns in Arizona .-, , . , m.w., f deed Necessity, nlacer mine on Lvnx
n iin-i l i 1 1 1 in 1 1 i i m in ii uui i m ' m. -
j John BsraHo iV P. Bono, locate Hs
! Butte and Monte Carlo Mines. Illack
I Rock Dist.
M P taker A Win Paird. locate
!()phir and Manchester mines, Big
: Bug Dist rict.
Wli Grindlc k H ( Brown, locale
Lone Pine mine. Pine Grove Dist.
Frank Paatoa locates "1" Ex. of
Monte C'risto mill site, Silver Mt.
J B IJiclianlsoii locates Peerless
: mine, Hassayampa Dist.
H K MacDonald ED Seatou,
ideetl four, Minnie. Morning Stir, Last
! Chance and Copper King mines. Big
j Bug Dist., $100.
I L J Barginaun A: Geo II Martin
NIGHT H.WK. Et Al.
The undersigned, owner of the Night
Hawli. White Hawk, and Scottish Chief min
ing claims, and Night Hawk mill site, situat
rd in Fine (trove district, Yavapai county,
Arizona, having bonded the same, will not
be resjionsiblc for any debts contracted
ag nst slid proierty during the time of said
l'reseott. Arizona. Feb. 1. 1900.
STANDARD AND BUSTER.
Notii-c i hereby fhwa I list the tt$mtm4 sail
Busier (rrimp nf mines, located in I he I'inc
(irove (lUlriet, n.rielshw mmintnins, nrr now
lieinK work, ! iimler lMnil Hint lrsse, nnd thst
the Mrners nf the sme will not tie n-spunsililv
for say Inlior. m-cidetlt, or dMti of the smuie
neerued under the terms of the taMfc
1. A. KORBF.S.
May 12. 1899.
AfcTKC, FAIKVIKW, ET. Al.
Notice is lierebv Riven Hint neithrrtlii' Axtt-e
Fitirvii w, Msuine'lle. Silver Trail, W. K. Tlmrne
Lillian llM Xelhi- H. Mimnc rlaims. Mlua!-.i
This Sale Will Commence on July 1 5tht
And End on August 1 5th, 1 90 1
Lots of Money to be Saved Here Now, and we Think the Following Prices Will Convince You of
irt Mi Mi
of. you fail or refuse to contribute your pro- (.UIttv KtnA k'nown s the Sundance pmr
IHirtion of siitd exa'iiditures as om .wners erties. nor the undersigned owner of said
your interest in said mining claim will I claims will be responsible for any 'Ul.; or
become the nmnertv of the subscriber. , other ohlieations contract' "! by Messrs Palmer
your co-owner, who has mad
expenditure by the terms
ade the rciuintl I and M.aaly while operating said property iin
,.f nMiillln I der lease. J. H. ttlLKhR.-OV
ot s.nd Sivtton I By Rlbt y Morrison, attorney in fact.
MRS. F. A. RASH FORD.
First publication Mav . 1901.
and also one of the best. Wickeo
Wickenburg has a sulisciiption
paper to secure funds for building a
road to Crown Point in order to cap
ture the trade of that camp. Prose, it t
merchants should step in and capture
the trade of Wickenburg now.
A cloudburst near Morristown hist
evening washed out a small bridge
on the rail road, but it was repaired
without causing anv interruption of
The Yuma Sentinel suggests to the
citizens of Yuma that they get under
cover when prisoners attempt to
escape from the penitentiary as the
wild shooting of the guards makes it
a visit to ins liomcatix mine on nig
Bug. where he has three men at work
developing the claim. The claim is
Incited about a mile south of the Poland-Hamilton
mine and is very
promising. He says that the Pofamd
llauiilton people are actively pushing
work on their property, having over
forty men at work at present. The
excavation for the new twenty stamp
mill has lieen completed and they ex
K'ct to have the mill built Bad nkdj
for tvjieration by October 1. They
have oi'!iod tip a large liody of ore
iu the mine and mineis whoare famil
iar with the property predict that a
forty stamp mill will lie required to
work the ore instead of twenty stamps.
Work on the bitr tunnel which is to
W H Harris located eight niinett,
Agua Fria Dist.
Henry Hartiu . E A Uolx-rts to
Chas Miller deed I of Cbpper Kose
mine. Eureka Di,t., .spK).
David J If utoe to Sarah D Monroe
deed WJ of SE Sec- 26- 12 N.3 E.
Mrs. .) A HokoM locates Lincoln
Mine, Groom Cheek Dist.
In the district court of the Fourth Judicial
district. Territory of Arizona. County of
Y a vapni .
Cordelia H. Miller, plaintiff, vs. Franklin P.
Action brought in the District Court of
the Fourth Judicial district in and for the
Openly of yavaimi. Territory of ArizAina.
The territory of Ari.ona sends greeting to
Franklin I". .Miller.
'ou are hereby summoned and requin-d to
apiicar in an action brought against you by
the above named plaintiff in the District
Court of the Fourth Judicial District, in and
for the County of Yavapai, in the Territoiy
of Arizona, and answer thceomplaii.thl.il
with the Clerk of this Court at I'reseott . in
said County la copy of which complaint iic
compnnics this summons), within ten days
(exclusive of the day of service ). after t In
service Ukiii you of this Summons, if served
in this county : but if served out ef the county
and within the district, then within twenty
days; where la-rsonal service of a copy of
this summons and complaint is made out of
the Territory, or service by publication is
ONTARIO OROl'l'OF MINKS.
Notice ishereby given that tin- undersigned
are the owners of the Ontario group of
mines, located in Black Hills mining dis
trict, and that we will not be resansible for
any debts contracted for labor or otherwise
against said mining claim by imrties work
ing the said Ontario group.
W.W. Munds iCo.
Prescott. Arizona, April 1. 1901.
M.-u's .? 5 00 Suits for ? 3 75
Men's .? (X) Suits for ? 4 f0
Mens ?10 00 Suits for el 50
Men s $12 00 Suits for ? 9 00
Men's $15 00 Suits for SI 1 25
Stein-Bhx-h $18 00 Suits for. . .S13 50
$20 00 Suits for.. $15 00
" $22 00 Suits for. . .fN 50
$25 00 Suits for. . sis 75
$1 50 Pants for $1 15 $4 00 Suit for $3 00
SI 75 Pants for '. ... .11 30 $4 50 Suit for S3
$2 00 Pants for $1 50 $5 00 Suit for $3 75
$2 50 Pants for $1 85 $6 00 Suit for 14 50
$3 00 Pants for $2 25 $7 50 Suit for $5 65
18 -Mi Pants for $2f.r.
$4 00 Pants for $3 00
Rooptatefof $3 75' Bovs Pants.
? 00 Pauls for 1 50
1 25 Pants for.
- SO Ki'.. Paafc for 35
r i c a. I 66 Km c Pants for $ 45
tOy S bUltS I 76 Km, Pants for $ 55
$1 () Knee I'ants for $ 75
$1 50 2 Piece Suits for $1 10 $1 28 foea Pants for $ 95
$2 00 2 Pii-ce Suits for $1 50 $1 .'.' Knee Pants for $1 15
$3 00 2 Piece Suits for $2 25 $2 1-0 Km-.- Pants for .SI 50
THIS IS A SUIT AND PANTS SALE
r . HOPKINS
: kef Suit
Everything Else at Regular Prices.
SHREWD Buyers Will take Advantage of this MONEY SAVING Sale.
Careless Buyers will let the GOLDEN opportunity escape them, and thereby LOSE MONEY.
dangerous to be around in the "open." ,Tforate the mountain is also in tic-
Men, animals and material are
being shipped in as rapidly as vi
sible for the construction of the Grand
Canyon railroad. At present there
are between 150 to 200 men at work
and the contractors expect to have
the road completed ready for traflic
by the first of October.
live operation. Air. Kief says MM I
Tcat progress has lieen made iu niin-1
ing all HOag the line in that district j
since his last visit.
Father Quetu. admitiistrator of the
estate of the late T (i. BerioW-Usa-!!.
litis just given a Iwnd toCincin
nati iiarties on the Lvnx creek hv-
S. C.Wing, representiue the United drauln s. recai mg a small eaaft m
lype nters supply Companv
Writers Supplv C'ompanv of
Los Angeles is in town. The above
company deals in the New Center;
type writers, one of the beat of the
Mrs. John McCarthy has offered a
reward of $500 for the recovery of tho
body of her husband, who disappear
ed irom camp on Oak creek June (5. 1
J. K. Day. a partner of McCarthy, re
ports to the Coconino Sun that no
trace has been found of the missing '
man vet. Dav continues his search for
incut. The parties who have taken
the liond propose to piece a new
machine of some sort to work the
gravel and 1 he ultimate sale of the j
property will probably depead largely
upon the success of this machine.
The richness of tic gravel has lxn-n i
demonstrated time and time again.!
the only thiu lacking being a water j
supply to work the gravel by hy-
draulic force or some other means of I
jf MfelgJ tic- goU free from the gravel.
Hon. O. W. Hall is pushing work;
on his manv prospects in the Jerome,
' flir-ijt -iml i .1 j-tii r ill !linn:i! ,
The funeral of the late Mrs C. M. (,,unU-. a the 1888 claim be con-'
cass took place this mornintr troni
Many 3 man is looking out for hia
health, but looktng for disease in the
wrong direction. He takes medicine for
kis nerves, which teem "gone to pieces."
He "doctors" for his heart, which ia
acting irregularly. He constantly srira
op his liver with pills and powder. But
tie does not get any letter. He is look
ing for the cause of his complaints in
the wrong direction.
It is a common thing for some one
who has useri Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery for stomach trouhte " to
find that when the diseased stomach ia
cured the " weak " heart is made sound,
the sluggish liver stimulated, and the
throbbing nerves tranquilized. This fact
alone suggests the
. . . - . . f ,i i , . '. ' 11 L. i-ii wuilu every
tin M.i I Iril i lllir mi Hit 1 I n nil t tie lu it 1 1 nil 3: - . .... .
kr loi M. v.. V --: . ! "Mg uieaicai scienusi lenows and rec-
. r r i ol Me lialt. Hlt. Be lapana. en- agnizes that diseases which seem re-
street lne funeral profession was , ,.,.,ira-i:i- r-sulls. In a few days he i mote from the stomach are often caused
one of the largest seen here for a Ion,; will let a contract t- sink the shaft I by the disease of the stomach and other
time. The sympathy of theeommun- another 100 fe L i srgans of digestion and nutrition. When
ity goes out to the sorrowing relative- diseased stomach and the digestivat
of deceased in their sad affliction. ! The Gland Caavoa mines, owned nutritive system are cured of disease.
bv William P.. Kidi-nour. and fonuerlv "le -nner organs are cured with them.
Prescott hotel arrivals. Julv 2!:
C. McManus. Phoenix. Ariz.; IL J'.
McCallum. Phoenix. Ariz.: Hoatard
Legge. Moate Christo. Aii; .: B. L.
Panie, Lincoln, Xeb.: Mrs. Etlwin
Hall. McCabe, Ariz.: Hanv .Miner.
Williams. Ariz.; P. T. Hurlev. I'hoe
nix. Ariz.: W. L. West. Cleveland. ().:
H.C. Mason. Cleveland. ().; James
G. Barton. Phoenix. Ariz.: Mrs. J. (i.
Barton, Phoenix. Ariz.
! bv W. 1 1
1 ilin'. have
toad, to eastern parties
Peoraaoa and IL EL Spaal-
beaa bnaded to Pfttaben
f.r S3Q4I0Q. "ith a cr.sU
Ki vmeiit (triwn ol Nl.lMll. 1 lie prop- i
erly is a copper proposition and has j
ptndamd aoaae verj ejood ore. It isi
iotatral aboat fifty miles north of
Aubrey station, on the Santa Fe I
I'acitic ntilro.id. just at theedge of the,
Quite a number of Prescott people Bepocia of dhrideadi actuallv paid
were out to the housewanning and . show ,hat ininittLMs the moat profit
dance at the new l)oardiiiK house a( able of ., i,,.!,.... Caiet the
me aicv-aoe extension cos mine lasl ,rr, ;,,,.,...., tlv ,:1
week. President D. A "Burke, Sec';,
Ling and family, County Assessor
Wallace Willard and pj'irty. drov
out in the afternoon. Tbii QtiaaVi
camp was representeil by the Imaea
Kautz. In all about forty visitors
were present, and all report havm;:
had a royal good time.
Dr. Ford of Phenix is )iiicd as
saying that himself. Col. Christy and
Judge Barnes will clean up $150,000.
000 from their big Sonora mine. Io
cated in the Sierra Madn-s. aVeeOItd
ing to the reports of the Tncs,.i,
papers. Jarfge Barnes is aln-adv :
close secaind to Bur III it flu in the
amount of his wealth and with thi:
$50,000,000 he will take second taak
to none of the world s men of wealth.
Another heavy rain storm cin-li-d
around east of town last evening.
Just the edge of it passed over Pres
cott, giving us a pcxxl shower
again. It has rained here every da
this week, more or less. There have
been two or three good showers tin
others beiiu,' light.
Herman Vope. admiiiistnttor of tin
estate of Charles Thompson. d-ce.ise.j.
made final settlement in proliate court
today. The settlement shows that he
received from all sources ?,:155.50. al!
of which amount litis lieen paid out
on account of the debts, ehaqgea anil
expenses of administration and tin
allowed funeral. BaOttgage and lien
claims. Claims of the sixth class,
amounting to 55 12.1 1, have lioeu al
lowed apainst the estate, and there
b?ing no funds in the hands of the
administrator to kiv the same and no
further otate to administer, the estate
was declared insolvent and tin- ad
ministnitor was discharged.
I. B. Ha una, superintendent of
forest reserves for New Mexico ant!
Arizona, with headquarters at Santa
Fe arrived on last night's train on an
official visit. He is accompanied l,v
his wife and son Harry Hanna. Tin
latter was formerly a forest ranger of
the Prescott forest reserve, who came
alonR to sec new I'rescott. Sti)eriii
tendent Hanna wife and son and
Forest Supervi-or F. R. Stewart and
wife will leave 'o normw for a visit t
the Black Mesa fore-f nam im anm ,
ing to be absent for al - tit tea dav
or two weeks.
threat improvements rec-ntlv made in t
Ixith air and ahetrie drills and the
ritluction of the cost of treating the
ore by chemical prx-esses. the larg
dividends already paid will lie gruaUj
ianeaaed. Tin-waste dumps thrown
away a few years ago ;ir' now fre
quently treali d at ImtgB profits.
Tin-following is a list of letters re
maining in the st ollice for the week
ending July 2s. ISBf:
Adams. Miss Bar Hall, Jno W.
Baber, MiawF Hill, Jack
Bishop X, Co Kaiser. G C
Bushany. A H (lltiey. Win T
Button, Win Overpeck, T
Cavanadfrh.Mrs.I.) Raymond. ( W
t'onnlev. Miss L Smith. Geo H
( i i innfr. J B
Darlin;:. IGae I
Poater, An H
Fain. W B.
Walsh. Mrs .1 F
Wagner, P J (p)
Hariosa. M S PatVBs, Jose D
Panptel. M (Juiros. Simon
Please call for advertised letters
J. W. Akers. P. M.
Where the Laugh Came In.
A IVIawan- BsU who th-serted his
wife five years ago returned the other
day and said he went away "just to
have a joke on her." A few moments
l iter the woman sprung a much richer
joke on him by introducing her newer
husbllid. Denver Post.
rood is the basis of life and ot
atrcngth. But it is not the quantity of
food eaten which supports the life and
health of the lody. The body is sus
tained by that portion of the food which
after being eaten is converted into
nourishment and properly assimilated.
W hen the stomach and its allied organs
of digestion and nutrition are diseased
or weak." only part of the food eaten
is converted into nutrition, and the body
and iu organs are therefore only partly
nourished. Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
Iral Discovery cures the diseases of the
stomach and digestive and nutritive sys
tem which prevent the proper nourish
ment of the body. In that way the
body is once more strengthened in the
only way possible, by food properly
digested and perfectly assimilated.
Any person suffering from disease in
I rhrontc or aggravated form, is invited to
consult Dr. Pierce hy letter free. All
: correspondence strictly private and con
fidential. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce
Buffalo, N. Y.
There is no alcohol iu "Golden Med-
j leal Discovery," and it is entirely free
from opium, cocaine, and al! other nar
cotics. Accept no substitute for "Golden Med
leal Discovery." The main motive ol
j substitution is the desire of the dealer to
make a little more profit out of ana by
elliug you a less meritorious medicine
ABLE TO WORK AGAIN.
Mr. John L. CouRhcnour, of Glennavaife,
6omert Co.. Fenna.. write: "I hud bra
j doctorinjr for about m vear and a half, being
i unable to work most of the time. The doctor
; said I had heart diiiease and indigestion. It
began with a choking and oppressed feeling in
bled with a hungry
Mineral Application No 521
United State Land t litter.
Prencott. Arizona. 4unc 10 lflOO.
Notice is hereby given that the Commerc-j
inl Mining com amy. by J.S.Dougla. agent,
whusi' imctiifficc tulilreiw islreucott. Arizona. I
has this day tiled its application for itent
for lOKtl.t; linear feet of the Hold Dust inine
or vein Inuring gold and silver, with surface
ground .'WO feet in width, situated in Hasea
ynmpa mining district, county, of Ynvuimi. j
and Territory of Arizona, imd di'signated by
the Hi Id notes and official plat on hie in this
office its survey Xo. Un. approximately
township 13. range I w of 11. Sr S. R. mer- 1
idian. Said survey Xo. MM being as fol- i
lows to-wit :
Beginning at cor Xo 1 a porphyry stone
tixSw4 ins set one foot in ground alongside a
mon of stoni-s 3x3 feet, stone marked (. D.
N UM A X on mi oak tree 8 ins in
dinuiet. r marked BTGD No l-145t brs S
Don't Forget Our Free Employment Office.
made as provided hy law. withia twenty davs deg M min W 18.3 ft. A X on an oak tree ti
after the eoiiipletion thereof: in wM ither
-as-s thirty day.
And you are hereby notified that if you fail
to npiiearand answer the complnint as above
required, the plaintiff will take judgment
by default against you and judgment for
costs and disbursements in this behalf ex-H-nded.
(liven under u.y hand and seal of said
court, at Prescott. this LV.th day ol July. A.
Seal J. M. Watts. Clerk.
First publication July 27.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
K.-tate of Baaaaal Smith caeoaaaed.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned,
executor of the estate of Samuel Smith, de
ceased, to the creditors of audi all jicrsons
having claims against the said deceased, to
exhibit them, with the ntvessary vouchers,
within four months after the first publica
tion of this notice to the said cMrutur :t
St,ddard. Yavapai county. Arizona, the same
being the place for the transaction ef Ilia
business of said estate, in said county of Ya-
Edward D. Hill, executor of the estate of
Samuel Smith, deceased.
Dated this 25th day of July. HOL 4w.
Notice For Publication.
Laad office' at I'rescott. Arizona July .1.
Xot ice is hereby gi vi n Unit the following
tutnii d si-ttli r has filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will he made he
fore the Register and receiver at I'rescott.
Arizona, on Saturday. August 17, N0a viz:
William M. Lewis, H. K. 141)4. for the lots
1 and -'. Sec. 19. Tw p I t X. I! 2 W mid E
of K E '4 of Bee -'4. Taa 14 X. R 3 tv.
He nnuiithe following wit
hia cnwhawi maadi net upon, and cantiaa
tion of. sum land, ail:
T. 0. Hill, of l'resi-ott. Arizona.
Frederick A.Tiitle. jr..
First pubbeation Julv IB. W
ins iu diameter markid BTCiDXo 1-145X.
brs S 75 deg 50 min E 45.5 ft. U S M M Xo
1. H D brs X 4deg 16 min E 575fi.5f.et.
Thence S 43 deg 32 min W 258.4 feet to in
tersect lin-:-5 West Point lode, survey Xo
!I75 at S 35 deg E 172.!) ft from cor Xo 5.
inst,.ii feet to cor Xo 2. Thence X 4 deg W
300 feet to cor No 3 General Kautz lode, lot
No 41. Ii00 feet to cor Xo 3. Thence X 43
deg 32 min E 127.4 feet to intersect line 2-3 ;
Skylight lode, survey No 12Kat X 45 deg 45
min W 20 feet from cor Xo 2. 10ffi.fi feet to
eor Xo 4. Thence S 4 deg E 232.11 feet to
intersect line 1-2 Skvlighi lode, survey No
I ISH at X 45 deg E !5!l.!i feel from cor No 2, .
. 300 feet to north center end 47i fivt to inter
sect line 5-fi Cherry lode survey Xo M at X
! 55 deg E 33. feet from cor No 5. 600 feet to
cor No 1 the place of beginning. !
Magi'. tic varatiou 14 deg 10 min E con-.
tabling it.2f7 acres.
The location of this mine is recorded in '
the recorder's office of Yavai county. Ari
! zona, at aa 32 of book 50 of mines.
The adjoining claimants are Commercial
Mining company. Mrs. Kauts and David
Any and all iiersons claiming adversely 1
: any portion of said mine or surface
ground, are ruinircd t" He their adverse
' ,.,.t,.. ..ilh the Register of the I'llltcd Stat' f
Land Office at Prescott. Arizona, in Ml
County of Yavajiai. daring the sixty days
iR .-iod of iiutilicTttion neritn or me win m
luirn-d bv virtue of the provisions of
FREDERICK A. TRITLE. JR..
First publication June 12. ML W
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. It is the latest discovered digest
an, and tonic No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in
stantly relievesand permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Ilearthurn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick Headache, i iastralgia. Cramps and
all other results of imperfect digestion.
PrlceSOr. and ft Larse size contains 2H timea
small Mie. Book ill aNuttdysiit psla mailed free
Prepared by E. C. CeWITT A CO.. Chicago.
BRISLEY DRUG CO and W. W. ROSS
all solid oak, witi
Application For a Patant.
Tasted States Land Office, i
lreicitt. Ariz.. May 27. 1001. i
Notice is hereby given that H.P. Anderwm.
i . m J s - 1 .. , A piirmn
i s.-- In nri.vi- Willis.' HtMiHinTii'mi'ii- . c-.. .. - .
I ss. .- lo prim , . . !:.: f, ,u,t..,,l
nils 1 1' is ,.., unii in.-,i - .., ....... ... " i
for .-i hundred (MkV) linear feit of the Lit
tle Joker mining claim, bearing gold, silver
and copier, with surface ground six hundred
niliii feet in width, sitnatid in an unknown
milling district, county of Yavaimi and terri
lorv of Arizona, and designated by the field
notes and official plat on file in this office as
amraeg No. 151I7. on uusurveyed land, ap
proximately in township !l north, range -
Handsomely furnished. Every
thing iu the house entirely new,
with Path Baaaaal ou every floor,
lightid by electricity and elec
trically wired throughout. The
finest location in the city, but
one block and half frou Depot.
Right in the business center.
Cuisine of especial excellence.
Wine room up to date, particu
lar attention paid loCotnmercial
tnide. Fine Sample Room. On
American and European Plans.
Rates to suit.
MURRAY McINNERNAY, Pror
Telephone Ni. 150.
SEEN OUR PRETTY DRUG STORE IN
.Intel Corner? We are rather proud of it because
l is one of the nicest in Arizona. The fixtures are
'urge plate glass mirrors. Our stock is all fresh
and good, and reaiiv it is the most complete in Prescott and we are
adding to it every a v.
Our Prescriptit: Department is Complete!!!
ML and all prescriptions are filled by a Re-fistered I'har
I ARE FILLING LOTS OF THEM.
J-iAll the now styles and latest . ' ,
them an- tieautiful and we are sellii;
All Seal Leather Lined from
kSrnt mWgt assortment of Qm
llueii.o 25 cen
Turkey FeathtT, nict
us. Some of
:n at very rea-
i to T).00
75c to S2.fl0
25c to SI .00
later on I wan troufa
A disi:itch from Peking says that
daaffectioa cauaed by l;iiilitti is pre-'
valent in :iii districts in the ciMilral
part of the province of Chi Li. The
Heal utiicials arc either disinclined or
BaaUa with the force at their co:it
Band to suppress the troubles. Li
I! tinr ( 'iian.'. as i-erov, is too busy
h attend to provincial matters. The
troops sent against the Inuditti shov,--1
el syinpathy for them, many of v
having former!- Ik-cii sohliets. They
ate battel ' armed than the troops. In,
a ree-nt conflict 100 s'.;ijers and
officers were killed. Tltc troops of
tmm SUk Kai. goyecaua of Shan
'l ung, are the only one- that can loj
trusted to act.
p and I Keiucd to be raw from my throat
down into mv stomnch. Mv antietite w
u i usually tSoor. I waa weak and' nervous, and
my heart kept throbbing continually, and I wmi
short of breath. Finally I wrote to you for
advice. I did not think vour diagnosis was
ri!it. but I ordered six lxntleaof ' Golden Med
ical Discovery ' and 1.-K:iu its use. After using
three bottles I began to improve slowlv ana
soon went to work, and I have been working;
"SUFFERED ALL THE TIME."
"I feel that I would be doing an injus-iceta
you if I did not send vou a statement of my
case." writes Mrs David" W. Guice. of Hamburg.
Frankliu Co.. Miss. " I had liver complaint and
indigestion. F.vervthing that I ate disagreed
with me I sullered all tlie time with swimming
in my head ; heart beat too fast; my feet ana
hands were cold all the time. Did not sleep
well at all Was able to get about but very
little. I commenced to use I- Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery and 'Pleasant Pellets in
May. iso7. and bv Decemlier 1 could begin lo
get alom vrrv well Have lieen doing my work
ever since except washing. Feel Ivetter'than I
have for several years. I would recommend Dr.
Pierce's medicines to all who aie troubled as I
was I am now sixty-one years old and I thank
you most kindly for the happy relief aud cure.1
Dr. I-ierce's Pleasant Pellets assist the
iction of the "Discovery" ami slfoulri be
isetl with it when a laxative is needed.
Forest Lieu Selection No.
Department of the Interior.
1'nited Stalis Land Office.
I'rescott. Arizona. July 111. HXJl.
Notie; is hereby pjven tli-it John L. Do is.
v.hnso postoffioe address is Val Verde. Yava
imi dranty. Arizona, has made application
ttirs lect under the Act of JutK 4. Is!i7. (90
Stat.-. '') the ft ITaaa lag faauftea tracts of
All of W. ..f NE'4 of S-c and S', of
SK'4 NE'4 of SK of Sv 15. Twp 1:1 X. K 1
K. liila and Salt River meridian. Arizona
Within the next thirty days from the date
hereof protests and eont-sts against the
eaaDtfoa on the pjaaaad that the land de
scribed or any portion thereof is more valu
able for its minerals than for agricultural
ataaaaM vvill be itaeHaal and B-caad for re-
lairt to the Commissioner of the General
Land Oftrce. Frederick A. Tritle. .1 r,.
First publieatioa 4uly 17.
Notice for Publication
Land Mbe at l'reis-ott. Ariz.. I
Taan II 11 i
Notice is hereby (riven that the followinc
aaaaei settler has lili-d notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in supairt of his
claim, and that said proof will hi' made be
fore the Register and Receiver at l'reacott.
Arizona. on Saturday. August a. lidl. viz:
Fraia-is S. Bu'ehett of Hot Springs. Ariz.,
for the lot 4. sec a. t 7 u. r 1 w. and s'.v'4
of s '4 . sec .14. t S n. r 1 w.
He names Hie following uitnessi s to prove
his continuous residence upon, and cultiva
tion of. arid land, viz:
John Hardee and Thomas Holland of
FbaeaiSa Ariz.. Lee- White and Jos. K.idrick
i of Hot Spring'-. Ariz.
FRKDKR1CK A. TIUTI.K. JR..
; First publication June M, W
... I . I, Riva. n:..riili:ML. Vri-
zouh, said survey No. 1537 being a follows:
Beginning at corner No. 1, idelitiwd with
I the S. E. corner of location, where a jier
phyry stone t;xl(ix-4 inches is set TJ inches in
the ground chiseled 1-L J 15:17. with mound
of stones alongside, whence I . S. L,. M. .Vi.
UK, bvnT N. -':i deg. 5' min. W. 741 feet. No
other bearings available.
Thence S. 7 di g. 10 mill. W. ttUl feet to
corner No. '.'. identicttl with the looation.
Thenee N. 13 aW. min. W. H1 f et to cor
ner No. :. identical with the location. Thenee
N. I deg. 40 min E. KJO feet to corner No. 4.
identical with comer of the location. Thenee
N.7ildeg 10 min. B. W0 fee to comer No.
5. identical with the corner of the location.
Thence S. 3 deg. 40 min. W.JWOfcct toco L. t
No. identical with the corner of the loca
ttoa. Thence S. 1.1 di-g. 50 min. E. MOO feel
to corner No. 1. the place of beginning. Va
riation 14 deg. E. Total net area of claim.
Hae claim is h.-ated on uusurveyed land,
approximately in Twp. ! N.. R. I W.. (iila
and Salt Rivt r meridian, innnknown mining
district. YavaiKti county. Arizona territory.
This claim is bounded on the north In. the
Harrison lode, owned by claimant hereof.
From monument at center of S. end of lie
.the ledge bears N. 13 di-g. 50 min. W. tiOO
feet : thenee N. 3 deg. 40 min. E. ! feet.
Not k-e of the location of this claim is re
corded in Book Ltt of Mines, page llil. Rec
ords of Yavaimi eounty. Arizona.
Any and all M-rsonselaiiniiig" adversely any
portion of the said Little Joker mining cWm
or surface ground are required to file their
ad vi i sc claims with the register of the
Tailed States land office at Present!. Yava
imi county. Territory of Arizona, during the
sixty days' period of publication hereof, of i
they will he barretl by virtue of the pro
visions of the statute.
FREDERICK A. TRITLE. Jr..
Firs! imhlieiition Mav "J!'.
JUST ARRIVED. The most ele
gant and varied assortment, all ol
Litest Styles, ever seen in Prescott.
My Millinery Department is now
under the management oijJJ
An artistic milliner, formerly head
tr'mmer of the Savoy ol San Fran
cisco. Can Trim Hats to become
any Features. Have also just re
ceived a complete line of.s!s,'J
Stylish Shirt Waists,.
Mrs. R. R. Blaine
MAXWELL & SINES
-j'All kinds and conditions and lots of them. Just
look at these prices:
Three Row Bleached Bristle 10e
Four " " " 20e
U Toa should ste our line of Import !
tic Toilet Soapti. such as Vera Violette, lc
l.ir a t'ake. Cashmere Boipuet. I'm: and
I 'ears (scented) Ktc a box. roars unseen?'
I 'i ilijate's 'inri- tWlc box. White lioseGl
JS Gal let
line, (471 1)
oocbox. Pinaud's Lettuce, 50c cake. Packers Tar, 65c bx
KfGooil Ri.Mier antl Fully Guiir.inteed. Look at
Two Quart with all attachments
. . ua
;-"A lar-re assortment of GixhI Atomizers are fully
ruaratitifd T-V to .51.50. These are for water and oil.
Don't forget the location, on the Corner, in the Burke Hotel Bnikliug.
Try us on mail and telephone orders.
VOLRS FOR BUSINESS
I KOMIT DELIVERY.
FEN. S. HILDRETH,
The Leading Druggist.
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes!
Big Reduction in Shoes for the Next Two Weeks !
Builders ! !
Having leased the .-hops ami ma
chinery of Um Prescott Lumber Com
pany we are now prepared to do
All Kinds of Mill Work
Fronts and Frames
And Inside Finishing 3572
ON SHORT NOTICE.
gmW Orders Respectfully .Solicited
Former Price. Reduced to
liox Calf Shoes $4 5 &5
Blk V ici Kid, Vesting Top 5 o 4-
lilk Yelour Calf 4 00 3-25
Enamel Box Calf 5 00 4
Blk V ici Oxford 3 5 3
Tan Russia Call 3-5
Selz Perfecto 3-5" 2-7S
Buchinjcham & llecht Kangaroo 4-5 4 00
Vaux Calf 2-So -5o
I'.uckingh : ' & Hecht Mountaineers 3-25
Blk Vici Kid 3-5 i-5
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate nf Martha F. I'orti r. il.i-i ased.
Xntiee is hereliy ivell by the aaaaVaaaBMalt
adiniiiistnitor if the estate of Martha F.
Porter, deceased. ti the en-diturs of aud till
n rsMis haMns elaiins aajaJM the ssiid de-ee;i-fd.
tn exhthtt theia. with the nivessary
veeehers. w ithin four iHiatl'is nfter the tirst
pablicHtion of this uotiee to the wiid ad
iniiastnitor at the office of the Ilashford
Panniatf r Company, in i'reseitt, Arizona,
the same beiaajtbc plae' for the transaction
of the luisiiu'ss if njiid estate, iu siiiil county
QOBHAM A. BRAT.
Adinii.islnitor. with the will annexed, of UM
est.it. of Martha K. Porter. dive.-us-d.
Dated this LtXh dav of Mav. U0L
Notice t-; Creilitors.
BataaM of Iaaaaa Daaiax Daaaaaad.
Notk-e is ajwJi dtca hy the' andeaaaB(a1
eaaaator of th. estate of JosIiuh Drain r. de
ceHM?d.to the creditor of Ht:d all rstns
havivt; ehiiu s auain.-l tl: .-aid d s ea " (1. to
exhihit them, wiih tin- Bceaaany laaebeaa,
itlea teri laMQtiai after the lirtt imlilieation
of this notice to the Bkl vector et I'res-
eoit. Aflantw. tie- Heii;.. the elacc for
Ibstrnu ii"i i f t'".' Ii'isii.:-' of said estate,
in aaM Ooajaty of iaapul.
Bdamta II. Draper, BsaoafcM vi t'i t.'-i.ite
oi' .loshua Diajn :. Dec-easiil.
Dated this lMh day at lahJML
Wmm pablfcaaHea July 1!', l'joi. mW
Notice for Publication.
iaafl office at I'rim-ott, Aril., )
July i km i
Kaatea la baaeby riven Hint the fnllouing
rd aettlet Iih Ileal man I her lataatttaa
tu iimke tinnl iron( in -' 1 1 1 ef hcrelaim. nnd
lht sai'l enmf will lie BHMC before tin- register
Rii'l rei'eiver lit l-resimt, Arii.iTn. en Mnnilav,
August "i 19H1. viz : Sll K Raker of Junction
Ariroim. lor the X W 1 , of X IV 1 ,, s.-etion
Twp 17. X Ranpe 2 West.
She names tin followinn witnesses to prove
hereeniinuous n-sidenc iiMtn, ami cultivation
of aaM land, vlr :
In ill i M Baker of Prescott. Arizona.
Qawe Inaatt, Junetion. Artaaaaa
m T F'lieman. of Junction. Arurona.
aaephen liicicy. ol riccott. Arizona.
Knr.nERieK A Tamj. Jn., Rcgintrr
r irf i pauiicaiion juit nui.
Forest Lieu Selection No.
DciKirtinciit of the Interior.
CaMaal States Land Otllcc.
l'rese-ott. Arizona. July Hi. ML
Notice a hereby gHaa that James Ley hy
John I.. Dnis. attorney iu fact, whom
laist office address is Val Verde. Yava
jiai Coutity. Arizona, has made apiilication
to select under the Act of June 4. 1WI7. (.'Ill
Stats. .fH I the following deserihul tracts of
NU '.j N Siv Si. and K;, Ni. , See '22.
Tp l:t N. li 1 K. (iila and Saltrivn meridian,
Within the next thirty days from the date
hereof protests and contests against the
aeaectiou on the uround that the laud dc-s.-1'ilHtl
or anv lairtioti thereof is more vain
Me for its mini rals th-in for iidricultnnil
pnraK-s will he receiv.xl and noted for re
port to the Coniinissioner of the Ocneral
Lind Office. Krt-derick A. Tritle. Jr..
First publication July 17 IV
Remember we Give 25 per cent off on Summer Clothing.
Iwler Block. Opposite Postoffice.
' 1 1
Money to Los
Fc: Id'.iltf er o: IbptctcI f ity Pr per::.
LOW RATES. NEW "D.'.YTON" Pi-
1 wTt iF.iT MeaaaaMM vcu a
MASTINDtLL 4 HORNE Agents, Presco
Always the Best.
;.rc rol-' -vvi'-l. '- v. .
WINS The WHEEL
If the liolder does nol call by SATURDAY evenin
next, Number I I53 has the next chance.
MONTEZI' M I STKKKT . i
HENRY BRINKMEYER Proprietor
Centrally Ivab d Near the 1'laza.
Oootl Comfortable Rooms
Table is Nicely Supplied.
And Prices Reasonable.
Bakery Attached to the Hole.
PIE, BREAD AND CAKE
Delivered Promptly to All Parts City
WHENEVER YOU WANT
Merchandise or Mining Supplies
Remember the Old Established House
The 0. K. STORE
Staple and Fancv Groceries, A Full Stock 4 Men's Famishing Goods
Always on HaiwL aII Goods Fresh and Ip-To-Date.
JOSEPH DOUGHERTY, Proprietor