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THE GEM OF
Columbia is Still Her Name She
Outsails Shamrock II. in
A Very Close Race and a Narrow Mar
gin at its Finish Shamrock
Close on the Heels of the
New York. Sept. 18. (Sxfial to
Journal-Miner) Thousands were at
tracted today to the scene of the race
between the Columbia and Shamrock
The weather is perfect and a good
stiff breeze blowing. At 1 p. m. tin
Shamrock was in the lead forty-one
seconds. At 2:30 the Columbia had
overhauled the Shamrock at the stake
boat and was in the lead two lengths.
At the finish the Columbia came in
thirty-five seconds ahead of her an
tagonist, winning the first of the
series of races.
King Edward Alarmed.
The condition of King Edward's
throat is causing him increased anx
iety and inconvenience. It is learned
from a reliable source that earij last
week Sir Felix Semmon. the noted
throat specialist, who was appointed
physian extraordinary to the king im
mediately upon his accession was se
cretly summoned from London to
Copenhagen to make an examination
of the king's throat. This was the rea
son of the prolongation of the king's
sojourn at Fredensberg, and of the
cancelling, temporarily of his ar
rangements to visit Balmoral, where
all had been prepared for his recep
tion. The king now limits his consump
tion of cigars to three a day. a re
striction which he at first resisted.
Although his physicians affirm that
his growth in the throat is not malig
nant, it obstinately resists all at
tempts at cure and grows steadily
worse. It has affected the king's
voice so seriously that he must avoid
all public speaking.
Some time since the king thought
of trying Christian Science treatment,
but after speaking with some of the
aristocratic devotees of that sect in
London and investigating the circum
stances of some of their alleged cures,
he concluded that the evidence of the
efficiency of that faith was not suffi
ciently strong enough to induce him
to run the risk of popular ridicule
and possible hostility by experiment
ing with it.
Important Notice for Local Bandsmen
and Tusical Amateurs.
One of the most important deals ut
the history of the American music
trade was consummated on Sept. 1 of
this year between two of the largest
firms on either side of the Atlantic
ocean. The deal not onlv interests
the trade to an enormous degree, but
is of paramount importance to the
bandsman and musical amateur.
Contracts were signed appointing
Joseph W. Stern & Co., New York
City (known in the music trade
through their great popular music
successes as the "House of Hits") sole
United States agents for the
Hawkes" band instruments, manu
factured by Hawkes & Son, Den man
street, Piccadilly Circus, London.
These instruments, embracing every
possible variety of brass, wood wind
and percussion instruments, are used
in His Majesty King Edward YII.
private band, as well as in the Eng
lish armies, and the "Hawkes" cornet
and trumpet are used exclusively by
the kings trumpeter, illiam ti.
Hawkes. The instruments, in quality
of tone, in beauty of model and ap
pearance, in durability and in fact
every desirable quality in baud in
struments are the finest manfactnred
and the prices are the most reasonable
possible for the quality of goods
Jos. W. Stern & Co. cordially in
vite correspondence with local bands
men interested in band and orchestra
instruments and will be pleased to
send a magnificent illustrated cata
logue of the Hawkes instruments, as
well as one of the Beare "Majestic"
violins, violas, alios and basses, on
application to their headquarters. HI
E. 21st street. New York citv.
Pot Calls the Kittle.
A remarkable instance of the "pot
calling the kettle black'' occurre'd al
the penitentiary on Sunday. At a
meeting held under the auspices of
the Christian Endeavor society,
several of the convicts took accasion
to denounce the crime of the ararchist
Czolgosz. Among these no burst oi
virtuous indignation at the depravity
of the wretch was more ardent than
that from a creature who is serving a
life sentence for wife murder.
Evidently the patriotic wife slaver
was of the opinion that he had at
least found a human being of a lower
type of brutality than himself. Low
as he had sunk, he felt he had found
another still lower on whom he was
entitled to look with contempt and in
dignation. It is true that beside the crime of
Czolgosz all other classes of murder
dwindle into insignificance. Xot
only did he kill a man who had done
him no wrong, against whom he had
no real grievance, but he struck a
blow at the liberty and free govern
ment of a nation. The bullet that
ended the life of President McKinlev
were aimed at the right and freedom
of self government of 90.000.000 peo
ple. The atrocity of the crime is.
therefore, far in excess of ordinary
But this by no means gives a crea
ture convicted of wife slaving tin
right to assume the righteous indig
nation of am honest man. The de
pravity of Czolgosz's crime is without
parallel, but its execution scarc lv
called for a more degraded type of
manhood than one who would lie
guilty of wife murder.
If the convict out in the peniten
tiary has become penitent, he will
show it far better by keeping still on
occasions of this sort. Condemnation
from sch a man can be little better
than a burlesque on deeenc-v. But
the incident is instructive in empha
sizing the detestation in which tin
crime of Czolgosz is held, for we set
that even the lowest criminals look
upon him with contempt aud loath
ing. Salt Lake Herald.
F A dispatch from Springfield, Ill
says that the remains of Abraham
Lincoln will soon lie put away for all
time, never to be disturbed again, in
accordance with the wish of his sou.
Robert T. Lincoln. An excavation
fifteen feet deep is being made lx--neath
the vault where they bow n-t
and in this the casket will lie platted.
It will be surrounded by an iron cage,
which is to be imbedded in antl made
a part of a solid concrete block eight
by eight feet and thirteen feet loag.
Prescott hotel arrivals. Septemlier
30, 1901: J Conlee. WLite Bone
camp; Chas Flammer. Detroit: Mr
Martha Tibelle, Jerome; R E Caha ;
A Fleming, Montana: V .1 Sheiipprd,
Yokahoma; A Laidlaw. Jerome.
Advertised Letters !
The following is a list of letters re- .
maining in the post office for the week '
. 1 : t? a o inni I
ending Sept. 30, 1901
Atkins, Mrs J S Hall
Barbaglia. Mrs C
Haves, J F
Hovt, Miss Kena
Hughes, M M
Knight, Geo E
Lane, Frank D
M, T M
Putnian, M D
Shoaf. S A
Steele. W R
Fedford, Mrs J
Wilson, Frauk D
Wright, Robt W
i Bagley. Frank
; Bijalol)ock, Majk
: Bufun. Marvin
Brizzie, H V
' Broan, Daniel
Browu. Chas H
, Burchard, J E
' Davis. Atha
1 Evans, J R
Elliot, J X
' Forlmsh. Abby A
; Fourcede. J M
; Forbes, Frank
I Fragou, George
i Fredrick, O E
1 Wilkes. Annie
IVivya, Jesus Guterres, Refala
i Hurtado. N ' Hustado. B de
Sigucios. Bartolo Sirrano Juan
Please call for advertised letters
J. W. Akers. P. M.
McCabe Stage Line.
stape carrving- passengers aud ex-
,,. iv 1 . r v
pres leaves Dotiirnertv s (). K. store
ai i t a w- i
for Met aw everv Monday, Wednes-
. . . - , '. .
dav and t ndav. and returning leaves
McCalte Tuesdavs Thursdavs and
Saturdays. Office at O. K. store.
Our 25 Cent
Corn Cure !
Toothache Cure ! !
headache Cure ! ! !
We Deliver Very Promptly.
Notice for Publication.
.Tineral Applkatioao. 527.
I . S. Land Office. Prescott. Arizona, i
Sept. 28, tan. i
.Notice i-lien by given that the IVnn Uold , a good property, the double coin
Mining company, by John I. Hawkin. at- Dartmeut shaft " is now down over 1 10
torney. whose Post Office address is Pres
cott. Arizona, has made application for a
United Stats f atent for the Honilulu and
i Hawaii mining claims, mineral surrey No.
' 1561. situated in the Big Bug and Walker
raining district. Yavatui county, Arizona.
! covering 4500 feet of the Honilulu and Ha
! wnii lode, with surface ground 600 feet in
I width, bearing gold and copper; in Town
i ship 12 and 13. north of range 1 west, unsur-
veyed. covering an area ot 40.20 acres, and
more particularly described as follows :
SURVEY NO. 1551.
Beginning at cor No 1, identical with
W cor of location, where a granite boulder j
5Si ",.14 iucl?- ini.,he eIoaDd-
chiseled 1-1-1551. A pme la inches indiame-
ter. boars s al deg le min V , zl .2 ft ; a pme
10 inches in diameter, bears S 50 deg 7 min
E, 27.4 ft. each blazed and scribed B T 1-1-
loal. The cor of sees 4. 5. 32 and 33, town
ships 12 and 13 N. K 1 W. bears N 6 deg 55 1
:roVe7oco-r V "M-g ore
, corof location : thence S 20 deg 23 min W. ana that increases in quality as
1475 feet, to cor No 3. identical with S E cor penetrated. Development work is
of location : thence N 82 deg 32 min W W being pushed as rapidly as possible.
, feet, to cor No 4. w hence the S cor of the I ., 1 ,1... , . " 1 , ,1 .
location tiearsS-o deg 23 min W, 60 feet;.dl1 the management is confident thai
th. nee N 20 deg 23 min E. 1475 feet, to cor this property will make a good show-
J No 1, the place of beginning.- j ing in the near future.
Beginning at corXdcntica! with S ; .9f; P08 he Vrd Co;
: W eor of location : identical with cor No 1. j solldateti property looking Itetter and
Honilulu lode of tliis urvi v : when the corto better everv foot thev sink on the
j sees 4 5. H and : Township U : and 1 13 N R Wedge claim. H. C. Palmer, of New
IW, bears N 6 dig :5 mm . tSKA ft: if, I - , . , , , J
i thence S 82 deg 42 min E.HOOfeet. to cor No I T SFnt ?. ,da-V, looklng Over
I 2. identical with cor No 2 of Honilulu lode of ne eitle Consolidated group savs
I this survey, identical with S E cor of loea- he was agreeably surprised at the
tion: thence N 16 deg 17 mil, E. 1500 feet, to ; good showing and said that on his re-
eor No 3. identical with N L cor of location : 1 ? . - - i t 1 , ,
! thence N 82 deg 42 min W. 600 feet, to cor No j turn to ew ork ne would certainly
4. whence the N W cor of location brs N 16 ! advise his friends to buv atock at
deg 17 min E. t7 feet : thence S 16 deg 17 min
W. 1500 ft-et. to cor No 1. the place of begin
Variation at all corners. 13 deg 30 min E.
Total and net area Honilulu loae. 19.7-lOacrs
Total and net area Hawaii lode. 0.410acre
Net area lode claim 40JJO
The original notices of location ef the. c
claims are recorded as follows: Th I . ! !
lulu in look 43 and agc t4. and the Fa.:; J
in book 53 at page m Records of Mines of j
avaai county. Arizona.
VEINS. -nuiug company, composed ot rail-
Tht Honilulu extends N in deg 3 min E. ! lionaire oil operators of Brad
74feet.and S 10 deg i min W 7l'7 feet, its ford, Pa., acquired an option Oil
full length U-ing 1475 feot. the claims in 1H99, which gave them
I lit Hawaii vein extends N 16 deg 1. nun 1 ik a i u r cr-r,
,0feet,andSi.idegl7min W.570 feet. . Privilege of purchasing far IB0,-
Adjoiuing claims to these lodes, none. 000. Since that time a half million
dollars have been exnended in itn-
Any and all persons c'aiming adversly the
nunc irrountl. v. in. premises, or anv tor- :
mining ground. v in. premises, or any tor
tion thereof so described, surveyed, platted
and applied for are hi reby notified that un
less their adverse claims are duly tiled ac
cording to law and the regulations there
under, within sixty days from the date of
the first publication hereof, with the Register
of the United States Land Office at Prescott.
in the Territory of Arizona, they will be
barred by the provisions of said statute.
FREDERICK A. TRITLE. Jr.,
First publication Oct. 2.
Notice for Publication.
Land Office at Prescott. Ariz., ,
Sept. 28. 1901. f
Notice is hereby given that the Col lowing -
i 1 . .. 1 . L l i t i. : : . .
uuuit-u p-tiii-i iutr nit-u noun: Ol Ills nil. '11-
tion to make rinal proof in sumiort of his
claim, and that said nrttof will he marie h,-
i fore the Register aud Receiver at Prescott. 1 lie wind lailetl tortav and the s c
iAria.na.ou November 14. 1901. viz.: Ed- ond of a series of the yacht races for
; ward .eigerof Martinez. Arizona, for the 4i j-j . . i t
j lots l, 2. :.. 4. s e 2. T I N. R I W. I "? P notjtake place.
He names the follt. wing witnesses to prove
: ms continuous residence ilium, an.l eultiva-
tion of. said land, viz:
I D. J. Sullivan. T. o. Norris. John L. 1
' Munds. A. A. Johns, all of Prescott. Ari
FREDERICK A. TRITLE. Ju.,
First publication, (.let. 2.
J. L. Dougherty, one of the best
known as well as one of the most re
liable mining experts on the coast,
has returned from a trip to inspect
mines owned bv the Boston anil Ari
zona Mining company, located
miles from Morristowu. Being
acquainted with that minim; region
he was greatly surprised to find such
a property that had for years lieen
overlooked by the mining world.
There are six claims in the group
two being partially developed. These
are the Llimax and Lrav Latrle. On
the latter claim the vein is from eight
to ten feet wide, with clearly defined
walls, and it can lie triced on the sur
face for a distance of 3000 feet. The
vein trends northward and southeast,
and pitches toward the northeast . Af
ter careful examination, says Mr.
Dougherty. I am convinced tint this
will prove to be a massive mine, su
perior to anything a ithin a radius of
twenty five miles. Already there is
sufficient ore iu sight to warrant the
erection of a big eynide plant at once.
The lowest average bv assays shows
14 to the ton. It will cost about .2 a
ton to mineau-1 red net- by the cyanide
process. The country formation is
porphyry, lime and aaaitfftB. The
serface indications show that the vein
goes down to the depths. Water is
available, as the mines are but a half
a mile from the Hassayampa river.
Some t went vtais ago these same
claim- were located, a shaft was sunk
m fwt aud mmiltllB drifting was !
done. That wis before the advent of
the railroad in that section; besides, !
1 1.1 t l i
the cyanide process of reduction was j
then unknown so the character of the
ore was considered rebellious and not
fr, milliner x wi f,r ,f .,, i
la-tit employed aud soon this group es-ere mamed at the OiigregB
of mines will be in the columns of lona parsonage by Rev H. B. Long,
producers.- -Enterprise. !st evening. The couple will remain
1 in rrescott for a number of days
GROOM CREEK CURIOSITY. when they will go to Tempe to re-
A Curiosity in the Shape of a Pine
Caterpillar Attracts a large
Crowd on Account of its
Gus Williams was in town today
from Williainsport, a suburb of
Groom Creek citv. He brought in a
a sjiecimen of a worm like creature
with him, which is new to most peo
ple in this section, although old
timers, who have had considerable ex
perience in the pin timber, seem to
lie familiar with the species. It is on
;iticn at H. Yoge's windcw where
it h;is attracted as big a crowd of
spectator aw the ore exhibit of the
llauinann Copjier company has in
front of E. A. Kastner & Company's.
The motive however, was different
that actuated the crowd. In the mat-
' - nt L 41 1 II I 1 L
.i,: c i . i
in uj iuf uic iue liunu uuutt itil lu
.miuiie nie line sain pies 01 ricn miii-
i . . .t . ..
eral, while in the other case cunositv
. . ,. . , .
was the ruling motive, as probably
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anvthin" like it before.
One or two parties who were famil
iar not only with the worm itself, but
with its work, said it was a pine or
) pinyou caterpillar, and it is the dead
ly enemy of pine and piuyon trees,
; as it bores into them and kills them.
It is about five or six inches lone and
is enwrapped in a web like covering
which is covered with needles or
quills, resembling the needles of a
pine tree. When not disturbed its
head, which resembles that of an
ordinary caterpillar is thrust out of
this covering about an inch, while
the quill attachments remain at re
pose on the sides. When disturbed
the head is withdrawn inside of the
covering and the quills are raised j
similar to porcupine. It is said
that these caterpillars are the oauM
of so many pine trees dying of late.
Jerome Mining Notes.
The Decatur company has started
work on its property. Its new
i engine is in place aud two twelve
hour shifts are at work removing the
water from the shaft. The company
will continue work until the property
is thoroughly developed.
Reports from the propertv of the
Warrior Copper Mining company
- would indicate that this company hat j
feet. At intervals this shaft has cut
small bodies of vorj- high grade ore.
Ore has been exposed on the four
claims which comprise the group, aud
in such quantities as to warrant the
sinking of a double compirtmeut
, working shaft. This property is lo
: cated about twelve miles southwest
( of Jerome, sis miles from Dewev sta
I tion on the Prescott and Eastern rafl
: road, and within easy reach by a good
wagon road of the al Verde smelter
President Akers is at present east 011
business for this company.
The Venture Hill company is run
ning two cross cuts in the tunnel on
! the Socrates claim, and the suoerin
1( ndent reports that thev are cottiiur
once. Mr. Palmer has interested
himself in a group of claims north of
Jerome, and as the work progresses
the ore increases in value. The iron
ledge they are workiug on is from
thirty-five to 125 feet wide, aud the
assays show three per cent Conner
from the grass root. Jerome News.
An, illustration of the wonderful
growth of Arizona mines is afforded
by the formal transfer of the
; Octave mines. The Octave Gold
proVements oil the holdings, and vast
f ... . 9 T-" mm
bodies of fair grade ore have been un
covered. The last monthly output of
gold amounted to almost $50,000, and
the production is increasing con
stantly. C. P. Collins, superinten
dent of the (Mm mines, and seveial
other members of the companv who
recently returned from the noted Inca
mines of Peru, which this comjiany
also ownes. made a careful examina
tion of their Arizona properties re
cently, and the result will be
still further improvements looking
to an increase in the production. -Western
The YaCnt Race.
yir E H Coil"er Hid
yesterday for Los Angeles.
D. Kilpatrick has returned from a !
visit to Los Angeles, where his family j
has been for some time.
"Billy" Thomas, cf the County I
hospital, is recovering from his spell i
, 01 sickness.
Coles A. Bash ford is in town ftom
from Los Angeles looking after his:
business interests iu Prescott.
Rev. Y. .1. Melton, a Bautis
fourilsterot Kivera, Cal.. who has been
doing missionary work in the Verde
valley, is 111 town en route to hislj
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Button, of Min
nehaha, returned last evening from a
very pleasant visit to Boston and
other eastern cities. After a sojourn
of a few days iu Prescott they will
return to their mining camp in the
William E. Laeey had his trial yes
terday for carrying concealed wea
pons ami was sentenced to pay a fine
of S50 or serve fifty days in jail. Mrs.
Laeey left on Saturday for her former ;
home at Clevelaud. Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. (i. W. Midtileton
have returned from a brie-f outing in
California during which they visited
Los Angeles, Cataliua, Coronado,
San Diego ami San Francisco.
F. C. Friedman has accepted the
position of manager of Dr. O. L.
deer's store at Congress Junction antl
will leave for there this evening to
engage iu the duties of the position.
Frank W. Howard, formerly of
Jerome, and secretary and treasurer
of the Modern dining company, was
married September 24 at Fort Worth
Texas to Miss Anabel Francis. Mr.
Howanl's many friends in Prescott
and Jerome extend their conirratula-
., ... ......
tions to him and his bride.
i t rL j , ,
J h'f". of Tempo and
Miss Mary A. Garnson. of Los Ange
A musical and literary entertain
ment will be given at the Congrega
tional church on Friday evening, Oc
tober 4, at which Miss Munyau, the
Boston vocalist, will sing, and Miss
Speed, of Los Angeles, will give a
recitation. An interesting programme
i wm reniterea.
Louis McCindless, son of Dr. J. N.
1 Mcvnoiess, nas gone to Kansas ouy
to practice his profession. He is an
exceptionally bright young man and
received an invitation from a promi
nent law firm there to become a mem
ber of it.
Two jugs containing a handsome
amount of silver have been unearthed
in an old adobe building at the town
of Mora, N. M. Three years ago a
similar find, said to have amounted
to between ?l..r00 and $2,000, was
made in the same house.
The many friends of Miss Allies
Conlon will be pleased to learn that
she has, returned from her summer
vacation of several weeks to San Fran
cisco, and that her sister, Mrs. A. J.
McKay, who accompanied her. has
also returned to her home in Fool's
The largest stock of boy's suits in
Yavapai county at Block's. tf
saves you money on your
HEALTHY CHILDREN MAKE
No baby ever came into the world,
however weak and frail, but held as its
birthright the precious dower of a
mother's priceless love. But love can
do so little for the weakling child except
pity it and sorrow for its helplessness,
that the mother who had looked forward
to the care of her child with happy an
ticipation finds it a task that tests her
devotion, to care for a puny, fretful,
What a di. Terence when the baby is
big, healthy and happy ! What a joy
to watch the growth of the sturdy little
one, whose gurgling laughter finds an
echo in the voice of every member of
The question is, are the conditions
which determined the strength or weak
ness of the child unalterable? Is it
possible that a mother who has lorne
several children and lost them all be
cause of inherent weakness, can be so
strengthened that her children shall be
healthy and hardy ?
READ THE ANSWER
to that question, written by a woman
who is certainly competent to speak as
to the remarkable strength-giving power
of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
Mrs. Alex Kjer, of Gordonville, Cape
Girardeau Co., Mo., writes: '"When I
look at my little boy I feel it my duty to
write to you. Perhap9 some one will
see my testimony and be led to use your
' Favorite Prescription ' and be blessed
in the same way. This is my fifth child
and the only one who lived ; the others
having died from lack of nourishment
so the doctor said. I was not sickly in
any way and this time I just thought I
would try your 'Prescription.' I took
nine bottles, and to my surprise it
carried me through and gave us as fine
a little boy as ever was. Weighed ten
and one-half pounds. He is now five
months old, has never been sick a day,
and is so strong that everybody who sees
him wontlers at him. He is so playful
and holds himself up so well. So many
have asked me, ' Do you think those
are the testimonials of the people, or has
Dr. Pierce just made them up and printed
them ? ' that I should like you to print
"I do hope that if any women have
the same trouble that I have had they
will try Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
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-SAY! Is your your Mother going to btfy your
Suit at ED, BLOCK'S?"
"Why, certainly. Mother knows her business;
She always .goes there for my clothes."
This is the way the boys talk
and boys like to trade here,
that we are headquarters in
Splendid variety now. Touches
Prettiness aud Style in every Suit.
Finish Excellent, and They Fit.
54, S4.50, $5 and $6 and up.
HPIf all the parents knew how
good our School Suits are, we would
sell all the School Suits sold.
Call for Miss Jane ilGpkins' Make.
THE J01RNALMINER'S SPECIAL MINING EDITION.
On December 1, l'JOl, the Journal-Miner will issue a Special Illustrated Edition,
devoted to the general interestsof the eounty,but more especially to mining, which stands
predominant as the main industry of the community. This edition will be far ahead of
anything ever published before concerning the many and diversified interests of the
In the first place, it will be profusely illustrated with beautiful half tone engrav
ings, picturing all of the great mining, smelting, and reduction plants in all p u t- of the
Secondly: Picturesque Prescott and all of the other towns in the county will be
set forth in illustrations, loth in general and separate views.
Thirdly: An up-to-date map of the county will be incorporated in the edition,
showing the various mining districts aud location of mines, its water sources and timber
area, its topograph, geology and geography, its railways and highways, both extant and
proposed, and all other improvements that have been made since the last map was issued.
Fourthly: Statistical reports, gathered from the most reliable sources, and giving
in detail the production of the county from the first settlement down to the present time,
its present production aud its future possibilities will be a leading feature of the edition.
All of the mining districts will be visited by a special representative, and each dis
trict will have a full and accurate report made upon its present condition and its future
outlook. The edition will contain the most voluminous, the most accurate aud the most
comprehensive review ever published of any part of the territory, and will be actually a
book of reference for the benefit of intending investors iu the eastern states.
The direct object will be to present the county to the outside world as it is today,
and a great opportunity is offered at the present time to make its virtues known.
On December 2, the first Mining Exposition ever held in the city of New York, the
greatest money center in the world today, will be opened to the public, and it is of vital
' interest to Yavajwi county that it should have proper representation in the general exhibit
from the west.
The Journal-Miner intends to meet this want by publishing this special edition
which is the best means of attracting capital to the county. Five thousand copies are
guaranteed, the main part of which will le distributed from the Exposition building aud
we hope to increase the issue many thousand copies more if proper support is given it.
We have already received the assurance of prominent merchants and mining men that a
private subscription will be taken and that copies will be sent to all of the great money
ceuters of the Eastern States. Under these conditions the assistance of every one inter
ested in the general welfare of the county is asked, and it is without question that an im
mense amount of good and a great influx of capital will be the result.
Mr. Leland S. Gamble has been placed iu full charge of the edition and will at
tend to the collecting of all the data, the illustrations, statistics, and advertising neces
sary to make it a success and any courtesies shown him will be duly appreciated bv
J. C. MARTIN, Editor "and Proprietor.
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Application for Patent.
United States Land rvffica
Prescott. Ariz., August 27, 1301. f
Notice is hereby given that John Kinney,
whose post office address is Chaparral,
Yavapai County. Arizona, has this day
tiled his application for a patent for
. 1230 linear feet of the Lelan mining claim,
hearing gold, silver and copper, with surface
ground 4H feet in width at the northeast
end. and 400 feet at th.- southwest end.situ-
. ated in Big Bug mining district, county, of
Yavapai, and territory of
naiea oy tne neia noies ana omciai pun. on
nie in tnis omce as n.inerai survey .o. iau
approximately in township la north, range
1 east, when surveyed, said survey number
1531'. being described as follows, to-wit :
Beginning at'eor No. 1. where the north
side line of Galena lode, lot No. 41. pro
duced n 71 deg 51 min e. intersects the west
end line of Dividend hide, lot No. 40.
A granite stone 3x10x24 ins Ml one foot in
the ground, alongside built a mon of stones
.ix.i leot. stone marked L. 7o.
A X on granite rock in place, marked B. R.
L. No. 1-1522, bears n t2 deg 15 min w 70
U. S. L. M. at forks of Ticonderoga and
I Dividend gulches, bears n 7 deg 5 min e.
; 227.8 ft. .
Tlience g 71 deg 51 min w. Var. 14 deg e
I 28 ft to ne cor of Galena lode, lot No. 41.
Ml feet to cor No. 2. The s w cor of the loc
brs g 26 deg 25 min e. 200 ft.
A granite stone 4x12x24 ins set one foot in
; ground . alongside built a mon of stones. 3x3
I ft, stone marked L. No. 2-1522.
A X on irranite. rock in nlace markid B. R.
L. No. 2 1522 brs n 21 deg 18 min e. JO ft
Thence n 2 deg 25 min w. Var 14 deg e.
100 ft to vein andwest end loc mun, iimn
or stones zsz leet: IjU it to i icoua rogu
rmlok mmmmm m a 1 ft- Jill ft ..,.r
v. J a: I :.L L I
.-.o. .j. luemicai wun cor 01 lul- locu.iiui.
A granite stone 6x8x24 ins, set one foot in
ground, alongside built a mon of stones
3x3 ft stone marked L. No. 3-1522.
A X on slate stone in place, marked B. R.
, L. No. 3-1522. brs s 21 deg 53 min w 121.5 ft. min E 1500 ft to cor No 2 which is also cor
I A X on a slate stone in place, marked B. R. i No 1 of White Spar lode of this survey.
L. No. 3-1522 brs s 14 deg 56 min w 7T1.5 ft. I Thence N 76 deg 30 min E 577.6 ft to inter
Thence n 65 deg 47 min e. Var 14 deg e ; sect line 1-4 Maggie lode of this survey at X
I 1340 ft to Ticonderoga gulch, course n . j 5g deg 45 min VV 32.6 ft from S C E Maggie
l width 15 ft : 1499 ft to cor No. 4- Identical j lode : 600 ft to cor No 3 which is also cor Na
wit l cor ot tne location.
The nwcorof Ticonderoga lode, lot No.
45 brs n 26 deg 25 min w 150 ft.
A irninite stone 5x12x24 ins set one foot in
ffround. alongside built a mon of stones 3x3
ft. stone marked L. No. 4-1522
A X on a slate rock in place, marked B. R.
L. No. 4-1522. brs n 55 deg 25 min w 58.5 ft.
A X on a granite rock in place, marked B.
R. L. No. 4-1522 brs s 58 deg 35 min w 62
Thence s 26 deg 25 min e. Var 14 deg e :
300 feet to vein and E. C E. mon. a mon of
stones 3x3 ft : 450 feet to s w cor of Ticonde-
i roga lode, lot No. 45: 464 feet to cor So. 5.
at int. Tsceiion w ith north side line of Divi-
' Hetiri lode, lot No. 40.
A granite stone oxSx4 ins. set one toot m
! ground, alongside built a mon of stoues 3x3 j
ft. stone marked L. No. 5-1522.
A cedar tree 10 ins in diameter blazed and
' tcrihed B. T. L. No. 3-1522 brs s Si dig 45
min 9 49 ft.
Location monument brs s 26 deg 25 min e
! 136 ft.
Thence s 71 deg 51 min w. Var. 14 deg e:
i 175 feet to cor No. 6. which is also corner No
.!. Dividnd lode. Lot No 40.
A granite stone 3x12x8 ins above ground .
marked L. No. 6-1522. Same stone marked
D. L. No. 3.
No bearinir available.
Thence s 18 deg 0!) min e. Var 14 deg e ;
Mi feet to cor No. 1, tfce place of beginning
survey of exterior boundaries.
Containing 16.112 acres.
This claim is located on unsurveyed laud,
approximately in T. 13 N.. R. 1 E.. in Big
Bug mining district. Yavapai county. Ari
zona, and is bounded on tne east by tne
Ticonderoga lode; on the south by the
Dividend and Galena lodes ; and on the west
and north by D. S. land.
Th" vein extends from the point where it
is cut by the discovery tunnel, northeasterly
269 feet and southwesterly L30 feet.
The location of this mine is recorded in the
Recorder's office of said Yavapai county.
Arizona, in book '.V of mines, pages 55J ani
-V:;. recordu of said Yavapai county. Arizona.
Any and ::!1 persons claiming adversely
May portion of siid Lelan mining claim or
Fttrfnce ground, are required to Hie
thei- adverse claims with the Re-
i'nited States Land t MKce at
:i the said county of 1 ivapai.
: Arizona, during the sixty lays
territ- r ,
publication hereof, or tacy wit
by virtue of the provisions o
1 te stainV.
F. A. TRITLE. Jr.. Register.
First publication. Aug 28, 1301.
mi WARNING NOTICES!
BIG BUG SMELTER.
Notice is hereby given that the Arizona
I Lastern Moutana Smelting Ore Pttrcais-
ing and Development Company has It ti
I ti e Boggs mines, smelter and pipe line, and
it.at thu undersigned will in no way be re
i sjHtuoible for debts contracted in operating
COMMERCIAL MINING CO.,
J. S. Douglas, Agent.
Octobe 27, 1890.
oticc is hereby given that the Homestead
miv.e, located in the Walker mining district,
is low being worked under a bond, and thai
the undersigned, owner of said mine, will
not be responsible for any labor, accident or
I debts of the same which may accrue during
i the period of said bond.
Prescott. Arizona. Jan. 8. 1900.
Notice is hereby given that the Silver Be't
mine, located in the Agua Fria Mining Dis-
net. is now being worked under bond and
lease, and the owners of said property nor
the property itself , will not be responsible
for any debts contracted against said prop
erty during the time of said bond.
MRS. F. A. BASH FORD,
- " HTfiH McCRUM.
l'r, ...tt IriTrwm Xfinf ltrfYI
XIGHT HAWK. Et Al.
The nntlersigried. owner of ihe Niuht
Hawk, White Hawk, and Scottish Chief min
1 tng clnini. itnd Night Hawk mill site, situut
, ed in Pine drove district. Yavapai county.
' Arizona, having bonded the same, will not
, be responsible for any debts contracted
ag net said property during the time of said
JAMES M ARSHALL.
Preseott. Arizona. Feb. 1. 1!W0.
STANDARD AND BUSTER.
! Notice is hereby frivkn that the St:iTulard ftnd
Buster group ot mines. locntei in the Mm
; GmYe district. Brtuislmw mountains, m re now
beinif worked umkr Nir d nn-i lens?, mid th .r
the owners ( th-- hiiu' w:P n : i -i "ni .
for any labor, accident, or debts of the arc
accrued under the terms of th- lease.
J. A. Forbes.
:ti.N Mt K iNZir.
May A 199.
ASTEC, FAIRVIEW. ET. AL
Notice is hereby given ihat :i dthertbe Aztee
Fairview, MauiPelle. Silver Tra W, E. Thome
Lillian and Nellie D. Mining ciai us, situated
in the Hasayampa mining I -irict, Yavepai
, county, Arizona, known a the Sundance j roth
erties, nor the under- owner of mH
I claims will be raapirasirde for any dwhts or
other obligation; con:r- by Ve.-sr Palmer
1 and Moody while oper iv ig ad property nn
! dcrleaae. L a. VILKERSON.
By Robt. E. Morrfaor :torner in faet.
.-!. Au-ru.-t .".LlflOL
Crowned King. Ari.
To V. H. dishing, hi
You are hereby aod
i pendd duririr the ptal
dollars in lulior an!
heir or iMKiffint:
-d that I have ex
19WI. one hundred
uipro'. einenis upon
each of the mining e!:ti':isantl lodes situate
in the Tiger Mining -.1 -strict. I. 'ountv of Yava
Itfii, Arizona, named .ird dert-ribed as fol
' lows: Rapid Transit, the no'ice of locatitm :
whereof is recorded ;it itige. lTl-1?-', of book
; (1-7 of mining record i:i the office of the
county recorder of said ctainty: the Rapid
Transit East, the notice of ligation whereof j
j is retjrdetl at (age 5!1 of btM'k 28 of said
J mining records, iu order to hold said claims
I under the provision of section S3S4 of the
Revised Stat'itis of the I'uitetl States and
, Hie amendint nts Iheretif approved Jan. 12.
ltWO, concerning the annual labor upon min.
ing claims, beir-g the amount required to
hold each of itiitl lodes for the riod ending
December :tl. ilOLand aggregating two hun
And if within ninety 1) days from the
lcrsonal service of this notice, or within
ninety i SI) days after the publication here
of, you fail or refuse to contribute your pro
portitm of said expenditures as cowner
joiir interest m said mining claim will
become the projterty of the subscriber,
your co-owner, who ha made the required
expe-nditure by the term of said Section
M. L. HENKLE.
First publication Sept. ,t. MM.
Notice For Publication.
H E 1251.
Land office at frescott. Arizona Aug. 23,
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his inten
tion to make tinal proof in supitort of his
claim, and tliat said prtiof will be made be
fore the Register and receiver at l'rcscott.
Arizona, on Thursday. October .i. 19U1. via
Edgar W. Stephens. H E 1251. for the K; .
of SK. of Sic 14. Twp Hi N, K 4 W.
He timpePtlie following witnesses to prove
a. . ... apon.
. saW land, viz :
J. Q. Stejihens, tf Simmons. Arizona.
Thomas Scholey. "
Ernest Marlow, "
Frederick A. Tritle. jr..
First publication Aug. 28. W
Application For a Patant.
United States Land Office,
Prescott. Ariz.. Sept. 25. 1901.
Notice is hereby given thatB. C. Redlon, by
Ed. Block, attorney in fact for claimant
whoee isistofflce address is Prescott. Arizona
has this day tiled his application for a patent
for XU1 linear feet of the White Spar.
Challenge, Mountain Star. Marjoire No.
1. Marjoire No 2 and Maggie mine or
vein iw-Mrincr i..lrf and silver with
i urtace ground tnree
mining district, county of Yavapai antl terri
tory of Arizona, and .ksignated by the Held
notes ar.d official plat on tile in this office a
survey No. 1570, approximately in
township 12 north, range a west. Gila and
Salt River meridian, said survey No. 15T0
being as follows :
WHITE SPAR LODE.
Beginning at cor No 1. a porphyry stone"
12x1x24 ins set one ft in ground alongside a
mon of stone 3x3 ft. Stone marked W . S.
No 1-1570: a X on porphyry rock in place
, ,ark, a
I. K. W. S. No 1-1570. brs N 5 cleg
-., r uo f, . - I t v., 1570 H. D.
. K v ;1 ,.., ,u U7 .9 feet. Thence
S 15 deg IS min h. 125S teet to corner .-w -.
Thence N 7K deg 30 min E fiOO feet to corner
3. Thence N 15 deg Is min W 1233 ft to S C
K Maggie lode of this survey : 125 feet to
cor No 4 which is also cor No 3 of Challenge
lode of this survey. Thence S 7rt deg : min
J-J.4 ft to intersect line 1-4 of Maggie lode
of this survey, at N .V deg 45 rain W X-'.B ft
from S C E Maggie lode : M00 feet to c or
1 place of beginning survey t sttenor
r corner of loca
x24 ins set one
stone 3x3 ft.
.....k I1 V, 11Vn a X i in nomhvrv
I , . i . i j L O ' V7. . 1 U?likM V
, rocK in place Qiiirktu u i . -o i-w.u
deg E 24.8 ft : a X on porphyry rock in
place marked B R C No 1-1570 brs S -J deg
25 min E 50.5 ft : I SLM No 1570 H Dbr-S60
uVg .'15 min W 352 f et. Thence S 18 deg 15
lot H nt.-uar ot tins surv.-y. i neuce
N 18 deg 15 min W 372.6 ft to intersect line
1-2 of Maggie lode, at N 31 deg 15 min E
257.8 ft from cor No 1 Maggie: 1240.5 ft
to intersect line 1-2 of Mountain Star lode of
this survey at 4 deg la min io..iei
from cor No 2 : 1500 ft to cor No 4. Thence
S 76 deg 30 uin W 120.3 feet to intersect
line 1-2 of Mountain Star lode of this survey
at N 42 deg 15 min W 440 feet from cor No
2 : 600 ft to cor No 1 place of beginning sur
vey of exterior boundaries.
MOUXTAIN STAR LODE.
;: ;:::;'!: or No 1 a granite stone 8x10
xil inchts sit one foot in ground
I alongside monument of stone 3x3 feet.
nied .Yl si o l-l9iU:a a on granite
lace marked B R M S No 1-1570 bra
N 1 deg 45 min W 5.8 feet : a X on granite
rock in place marked B R M S No 1-1570 brs
! S 58 deg E il.h feet :l"SL M No 1570 H D
b-. . . -11 ,!-. V 1W7II.: ft. Thence S 42
I deg 15 min E 74 ft to cor No 4 Marjorie No 1
; lode of this survey : 754 feet to cor No 1 Max-
jorie No 1 lode of this survey : 1500 ft to cor
No J Thence N 47 deg 45 min E 600 ft to
cor No S, Thence N 42 deg 15 min W 1500
I ft to cor No 4. Thence S 47 deg 45 min W
i fiOO ft to cor No 1 place of beginning survey
j of exterior boundaries.
MARJORIE NO. 1 LODE
Beginning at cor No 1 "a porphyry stone"
4xsx24 ins set on" foot ia ground alongside
n.on of ston.- ."" ft. Stone marked M No 1
1-1570. 1'SL M No 1570 H D brs S 47 deg
58 min W 7K1.2 feet. Thence S 77 deg W
1500 ft Uj cor No 2 w hich is also cor No. 1
Marjorie No 2 lode of this survey. Thence
1 N 42 deg 15 min W taoft to cor No3whichis
e.lso cor No 4 of Marjorie No J lode. Thence
N 77 dee E 1500 feet to cor No 4. 1 hence
S 42 deg 15 min E ft to cor No 1 place of
MARIORIE NO. 2 LODE.
Beginning ' cor No 1. which is also cor
No -' of Marjorie No 1 lode. A granite stone
8x8x3t ins set one ft in ground alongside a
mon of stone 3x3 ft. Stone marked M No 2.
1-1570. San e stone marked M No 1. 2 1570;
a X on granite rock in place marked B R M
No 2. 1-1570 brs S 12 deg 32 min W 42 feet.
rSLM No 1570 H D bra S 79 deg E 912 ft.
Then.- S7 ' 1500 It to cor No
2. Th. r.e. R Bdeg t! ;uWB80ft to cor
No 3. Ti N" :'' g U min E 1500 feet
to cor No ; wi.ich is also eor No 3 Marjorie
No 1 lode of th'ssurvey. Thence S 42 deg
I 15 min E H-0 ft to cor No 1
place of begm-
Beginning at cor No
1 porphyry stone
4xi24 ins set one foot m ground alongside
iron of -toae 33 'eet. Stone marked M No
1 1570. ISLM No 1570 H D brs N 48 deg
: min W 1475.! ft. Thence N 41 deg 15 min
F. 1385 ft to cor No 2. Them S deg 45
min E S00 ft to cor No 3. Thence S:.l deg 15
rr.ii; W 1:5 feet to cor Ho 4. Tlience N 5&
deg 45 ntn W tSOO ft to our Ho 1. place of be
Magnetic varation 14 deg C.
White Spar iode, net area
Mountain Star lode. r. -.-
Less area in conflict with
Challenge lode of this
Marjorie No 1 lode net area
Marjorie No21ode uetarea
Magg ie lode, gross area HUM
Less area in conflict with
Challenge lode of this
With White Spar lode of
Total area lode claim
White Spar vein extends from N
ju ;, s E course 12ti5 ft from S C E n
C E mon
Challenge vein extends from hit, mon
in a I W course Mi ft to I C E mon.
Mountain Star vein extends from the dis
covery cut No 1 in a S E direction 750 ft and
in I N W direction 750 ft to the center ends
Marjorie No 1 vein extends from discovery
. jihaft No 1 in an easterly airecuon i n auu
in a westerly direction i.u. n to me cemer
ends of claim.
Marjorie No. 2 vein ext-nds from the discovert-
shaft No. 1 in a w.-sterlv direction 325
ftHiid in aneasterly tIutct:on U.o ft to lhe
center ends of claims.
M - "'if v in . t- ndf frtfn discovery shaft
N.'. I Eia W dir'vtitm Mi ft and in a X E
iir.t tion A0 ft to the center ends of claims.
Theseclaiins are located on unsurveyed land
approximately in T 1- X 8 3 W in the Has
siyampu mining district. Yavapai county
Arizona territory, and is bounded on all
-itl. r by government land, there being no
The location of these minesare recorded in
the recorder's office of Yavapai county,
Arizona, in Book 1-t. 'J2. 50. 52 and 52.
,,f Mines, pages :'-- 23U. 4!t. 244. 'Band
The adjoining claimants are none, there
I are no adjoining claims.
Any and all persons c'.;iiMing adverst ly any
IH.rti'iiit.f the said W'-.ite Spar. Ch.ne nge.
Mountain Stir. Marjorie No. 1, -itirjorie
No. 2 antl Magu: or surface
1 ground are r-pjired :o tile their adverse
claims wiih th- r.gister of the
Tnited Stat.: office at Preaco,
in the T. rritt rj oi Arizona, during tile
,4xty day-' 1- i'xiot fuMication hereof, ot
I they will tie barred by virtue of the pro
' visions of the s.atnte.
FUEL EliK'K A. YKITLE. Jr..
First publication Sept. -o. lfXJl.
l'resevtt. Arizona. Ml W- 1L
To Julius Morrow and Fred St-hn
liars f the
minni; c ; ' ' .--,
Butt- Mining di-
' I - i -
-i-.tti as follows:
c of location where
in rec hnndretl and
of is r.-io'.k'l it ;
thirty two i St. i of b
ing records in the o
... ..f siiid counlv : '
iof loc it:. - hereof is rtcxmled at page three
hundni and seventy nine :t79) of book
thirty nine i:B). of - iit.1 n ining records: the
New York, the notice of locatioD whrrjfcif ia
recordei! at page three hundred eight-S3t4 .
of book thirtv nin- .'. of -aid nuniuanw
ords. in order to hold ;iid claims under the
stvttt.tu 2.SH ol tne iteviseo,
1 Tnited States and the mmtmt
nproved January 22. lMK). con-
cerning the ann
riijHin mining claims.
lount reiuire.1 to hold eacn ot
r the period ending July 31. WW,
ing three hundred dollars. Aud
icty days from the service of this
you by pu'ohcr.tion hereof . or by
ice hereof upon you. you fail or
tribute your proportion of such
expf uditurcs as co-owner, your interest in
the claims ill Neon.,- the prttperty of the
subscriber, your co-owner, who has made
the ninired expenditnres by the tenns of
Kir-t i.ubl'cation ulv 11.
ONTARIO C.Rori'OF MINKS.
Notice is hereby gl-.eu th the tmderaigned
are the owners the ii tario group of
mines, located in P.lack 1! Us mining dis
trict, and thiit we v ill not 1 responsible for
any debts contract, d for laSw ir otherwise
against aud mining clai'n by parties work
ins th. said Ontario group.
W M . Munds A Co.
l'rcscott. Arizona. April t. 1901.