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A y " 'i of :t pice
picket book? We Imvc an
cli-aaut lin of those goods
ai ..; tin arc ; iB :.i w. not
t- i -j. rii. We have throe
in ail the latest style and
color. Our Ivmd made
st- -I Cltitttclcm tings arc
selling repidiy. Thcyr.rc
11 i he go ncmr. Anything
y u maat in Ike ny of
H-cket iMKikij. purses, card
ci . 1 :.-. i v.. you can
iildr eths 1
""j. Wiiii -Awake Druggist
Mote! Burke Corner
5pecially Low Prices
At Brisley Drug Company's
The cfjti u Icohol htmI
superior lo Wood Alcohol for
burning purposes. Only
23 Cent Per M.
We Solicit Your Telethon? Orders
Cur's is No. 2
And Deliver Promptly.
M. K. Kiley i- ;.i town from Minne
haha. A heavy rain shower fell at Mayer
and the Big Bug country yesterday.
There was a very slight sprinkle
of rain last night.
Attend the ObbsmrmI dob meet
ing tonight if yen are a sub-ii-riber.
Elmer Well- is in ' -v f:.;n Mc
Cabe, Win: Putt !! retunu l yesterday
from a visit to Phenix.
Business of importance will be
transacted at the meetngof the Com
mercial club subscribers tonight.
Mrs. Ed. M. Buii;-- and children are
the guests of tin' formers parents.
Mr. and Mr. T. YV. Otis.
Mrs. A. Avery t au.l tla"htr have
gone east for a visi' . Tin y will rej
niaiii until afier the holidays.
Capt. L D. Phillips relumed this
morning from his visit io the southern
part of the territory ou mining busi
ness. ham hoar wmi a half's hunt near
Mayer yeatecdaj, Fen S. liildreth
bagged forty-three quail and one
young cotton tail.
William H. KfeUaad Bad ?.ii-s
Luella Mae Middox. of Phenix wen
married la -t evening at the home of
L. A. Grant, of the firm of Grant
Bros., who have the contract for grad
ing the Big Bug brunch railroad is in
Mrs. W. C Can-Mil''!! has returned
to Preqjtfjtt after -ova! :!iu::t lib" absent-r.
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Hotsenp.ller
have returned from spending the
summer in the east. Mr. Hotsm
piller is engaged in mining on Cherry
George Wooster has just returned
from a visir to his brother, William
Wooster, whj is an Indian trader at
Fort Apache. He teuaed a lot of
En 'ian curios during his visit.
lohn Crunie. who run- a stage lin
I ween Prescott and Minnehaha i
te sick. The Red Men, to whie'
t '.er he belongs, is looking after him.
i. G. Henderson w;i s in town today
1 m Lynx creek. He rejHirts the
atest activity in 'hat section in the
i -ing business. Mr. Henderson has
t six-horse freight teams wWeh are
1 biisy all the time freighting to
icv ' 'tisfiman is :-.-i-:;:sg a sever
; -.- of )-rr matrimonial lotids from
la' h C ishmau in Phenix. The fair
All !::.- been a resident of this
i . y. although the couple were
! . led in Williams.
3 X. Callender of Scanton.'Pa..
. :'.:-. ;'iis morning from the south
i ' t. L. D. Phillips for a brief
busi - -. isit ii this section. Mr.
i'' er Mk to aooAern Arizona
H) W also
for his boatl
i mining ia th)
ever notk-e. tluit around
el! as everywhere else, the
to creilit a aoaaala
retty youug woman, is
old fright whose face
immune from ail na
.- a t..ri;ey dinner next
.' from B to H o'clock,
n next door to Mr.
A general ittvira
i 1 to the oubiic. Price
-Stent . i
rend' r :ir
ted a toda
'i ierns have institu
i -.trress with the foi
i: John R. Kohlen.
Mrs. T. )'
wan!. : C .
.i ). 11 T. Humphrev.
vatchiii iii; T. j.
.-.tciu and Wm.
A Kingii- ' .' paper recently an
nounced thai Major Pickering of
Prescott had taken a ixmd ou a mine
in Mohave county Bad would at una
sink 2(10 fast on it. The paper
prdnMy referrei". to A. J. Rennll
of Presc tt. who visitd Mohave
county neeaaly , n mining business
but he says he aeitber txjnded any
mine nor has he made any atnuan
ment to sink 'J t oaj tmj mine
J. A. C. Fr; 1 :i 'vh.i Ins just ef
fectexTfhv orgai vritifm of an otlaom
pany uneT. r the .. of tin territ r .-,
left on this siioi . '- train for Salt
Lake to iia' 1 aruiion Cor sink
ing a well on the coui'.iii ny s ground.
The com:-1 ay is n one 1 t'ie Arizona
Utah Paroi.. I il oompnrjr and as
its name indicab lhe. 1 1 id is a pro
ducer of panflne oil.
Gov. X. O Me.rphy hats . o:ointcd
the Hon. Herbert Brown Yuma.
and Dr. :1. B. Lmg of
aMentes to repre-ent K
fiagm of t hi' Nation .'
iaon at tne
:i as o-
rial .01, to !je heiil at xan
Mo.. Xov. .! to LS inciinn.
J. J. Rieilv. has a beaotini large J
pie: -.lit in the oil. entill.-ti "The Fair i
Captive" almost completed. The
subject is a Tinn in reclining pos-
ture fan a 1 down with chains by
h-r wri t . and w hen Mr. liiley gets
th' finishing tourhe- on it. :t wili lx-
magni cm life like picture, one
which would add to the decoration of 1
Prescott Hotel arrivals. October 22.
1 190N- Lester W Strauss, New York:
j H B St Claire. Phenix; U H McCon-
ahl. Huron: Mrs Do .Mars, Jerome;
L W Tatum. Chicago: E H Tatu. n.
I Chicago; J Banta Jerome; James E
Miller. Jerome: Franc C Form. Jm -
onie; Mrs J Cameaon. Summit: h
j Dickson. Summit: C P George, Surn
jmit: J Y Conoly. Chicago: Kutlolph .
Levi, San Francisco: Win Wingfield.
Huron: C C Miller. Cherrv Creek.
J. H. Ciinavau, who is engaged in
minim; in Big Bug is in town today.
An elegiiut supper will lx servetl
tomorrow evening by the ladies of the
Everybody is turned to the liter
ary exercises of the Crescent liter.iry
society tomorrow afternoon.
A fine turkey dinner will !x servixl
tomorrow evening in the Richards
HsRkins building for fifty cents.
There promises to be a mrge repre
ntation from Yavapai countv at the
:;tehooi conference in Phenix on
The Fraternal Brotherhnxl will
rive their patrons a good time at
their social dance next Thursday
Mrs. Geo. C. RufTuer has gone to
Phenix in n"spouse to a telegram tel
ling of the serious illness of her
Mrs. Laura Bell has opened dress
making parlors in Mrs. Pratt's millin
ery store and will lx pleased to re
ceive patronage from the ladies of
The fine cut-glass punch bowl, do
nated bv Burke .V Hickev to the
Catholic fair, is now at the Burke,
where tickets can le had on same
Prospectuses and all kinds of
blanks, pamphlets and statiouerv for
mining or other incorporations.
printed on l)est stock and wit a the
latest deaigaa in type at the Journai
D. M. Clark's condition has taken
a change for the better and there is
an excellent prospect for his recovery
though it will be slow and it will be
several weeks before he can exjiect to
Frank Chrisman. of Jerome, was
placed in jail today. He is alleged
to have threatened to shoot a mine
!oss at Jerome and was placed un
der lxmds to keep the peace for six
months. He was unable to give the
Overland travel to Southern Gdi
fornia is booming on the Santa Fe.
and the limited train ou every trip
out of Chicago carries at least one ex
tra car. The regular tourist season
will not begin until Novenilxr 1.
when the limited will lie run daily.
Capt. L. D. Phillips went out today
to visit the Prosperit y group of mines.
Tomorrow he will go to the Kicker.
Rebel and other properties in the Big
Bug section under his supervision.
Fred Sattes iias purchased the resi
dence of Mr. a ud Mrs. J. H. Hise on
North Pleasant street forSS.200. Mr.
Hise and familv will leave iu a few-
days for California when- they expect
Goverii. c Otero '-f Now Mexico will
arrive in Prescoi: lomorrow. en route
to Phenix, to attend the statehood
oonfeUBae. (iovernor Muruiiy will
i:ieet him at Ash Fork 0:1 the arrival
there of the west Ixmud train, and
they will come to Prescott by special
train and remain here until the ar
rival of the regular south lwuud
The Crescent Literary society of
the th. 9th and 10th grades of the
Prescott public schools will give their
first entertainmeut at the public
school building tomorrow. Friday af
ternoon, at 2.45 o'clock. A very in
teresting program will lx- rendered.
Mrs. D. M. F. Ween will render a
vocal solo and Miss Anna Belle
Bailey will render a piano solo.
Charles Yates, an old time resident
of Prescott. was found dead in his
house this morning by Geon Giles.
He had been sick for some time, but
wm around town as usual yesterday.
Heart disease is sup;v)sed to be the
cause of death. Deceased was a na
'.e of England and was abool fifty-
ihree years okl. He had IWliUMi in
Prescott for over twenty years.
Hon. Thomas Ryan, assistant sec
le'.ary of the interior department,
need through rresco'.t on last
night's train. Mr. Ryan is making a
tour of the west examining Indian
schools and was en route to Phenix
for that purpose. He was met at
Ash Fork by Forest Supervisor
Frank R. Stewart who isanold friend
of his and who returned to Prescott
marott o. 'S vlctooer zs,
lyoi C C Mill b rry Creek: S X
Callender. Bcxaftton, i'a: M R Kiley.
Oro Mining ' : ' ipt L W Phillips,
Tucson: T A A.tiuaa. Forth Worth:
Lulu Audersoit. 'olora-' S r. 'irs; J
H Conover. L" Aug.-:es; M M Morri
son. Los Angeles F E Fiunegan,
Cripple Cnvk: .1 C Wright, ;-!iver;
J A Alpenfeis :-tid wife. !-aver;
Frederick W Tayior. Quiiicy. ill.
G. H. Frisb . pr eannt of the Ari
EOn Mining Trust companv and s-c-
mary of the
Cobra Mining com
pany, as well aj lx-iag interested in
other mining enterprises in Arizona,
left for the east on this morning's
tniiu and will visit Chicago. New
York. Boston and other citi.-s during
his absence. Mr. Frisle has lx-en en
gaged in mining in this territory for
a great anaj yeaia and is tiioroughly
noated n the mining hunim in gent-
ally and the mines of Ariv. . hi par
ticular. The truth of the following story has
been vouched f;r to the Jourual
Miner: Whiii a mani.ige ceremony
was in progress in one of the Prescott
churches recently, when the minister
aski-d if any of those present had an)
objections or knew of any reason wh'
the couple should not be joined in
wi dlock. to speak now or to forever
after hold their peace, a man anise in
the rear of the church and remarked
that the groom had owed him a bill
for some time and he objected to his
being m;.rried until it was paid. The
bill was paid and the ceremony pro
The appearance of Miss Maud
Miller in her father's charming ro
mantic cometi v. "The Heart of The
Sierras", b.s 'x-en greeted in the iar
nal cities with most marked approval.
Perhaps no actress as young as Mis
Miller has received the unstinted
pnta ol the metropolitan press ia so
1 ..t I Segno. The Boston Herald
after a ligMj laudatory criticism of
hac part of her portrayal of the rol
licking Kirt of "Carrots" closes its
article wit 11 : r.e reman; mat .uss
Killer is Ixtund to be one of Boston's
i peta. The San Fnnioeo Chronicle
i recently said of her. "A most capable
1 actress, in a charmiag part, eeci
' leiitlv played. ' For thirteen conse
1 cutive wi-eks Miss Miller played at
I the ModoBXMgh theatre in O.ikiand.
I to the capacity of the house. She
; was then, as ne is now, supported by
I hat atiitin; actor. Mr. K.J. FToliin.
whose faithful portrayal of charai-ter
parta is ix-rhaps not nnlad by anv
other character actor t'xlay m the
st;iire. Mr. Holden will support M'ss
.'iilier when she appears in ihi- c;l
I ou October 2Sth.
Fine board at the Congress house.
John Lawler returned this morning
i from the Hillside mine.
Makes delicious hot biscuit,
griddle cakes, rolls and muffins.
An absolutely pore, CKam of tartar powder.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO
E. J. F. Horue will leave Monday
for a month's visit tist.
Judge W. C. Onapbefl has re
tunieu' from his visit east.
Mrs. C. O. Ellis went to Phenix
last ni.:ht for a week's vsit.
For a good dinner go to the Rich-ards-Ha
i-kins building tonight.
E. M. .San ford returned last night
from attending court in Kingman.
Geo. E. Brown came in yesterday
from his Lower Agua Fria home.
J. W. Dougherty has returned to
Prescott. after an absence of a year
Arthur He ady passed
Prescott yester Jay morning
evening at the
ladies' dinner this
Home cooked turkey diuuer
cents this evening at the
Hawkins building. J
DeWitt 0 Bates, a brother of Wells
H Bates, well known iu Arizona, died
Lu Xew York recently.
W. E. Drake and family have
moved iuto their elegant new resi
dence on Mt. Yernon street.
Last chance today for choice seats
for the Rice Grand Opera company.
The subscription closes this evening.
The gram! jurv iu fnerux has in
dicted Constable McDonald, for mur
der, for the killing of a circus man
Mrs. J. C. Mather has gone to
Tempe to spend a month with her
daughter, who is teachmg at the
Teniae Normal school.
, , r Ar , . I
Dr. and Airs. r. M. Metzgar have j
, J iii.J,wnv4 11 K'lll J till I' HA r nun
returned ftom a protracttd visit to,themwal m oujoyed hv beiag
Southern California, for the benefit i:i, u mti,.' 1 t.V. 6
of the latter s health.
.T,i,!-e K F.. Slojin has returned to I
i're-cott. after a three weeks absence.
daring which he held a term of court
at St. Johns, Holbrook and Kingman.
Tim Haunoti was brought up this
mornmg irom niusiue mine ami
placed in the hospital. He is re
ported to be a very sick mijie.
T. H. Edminston went to Ash
Fork today to meet his mother, Mr-.
C. R. Edmistou of Clinton. 111., who
expects tt spend some time 111 the
city visiting her son.
Hon. Thos. Ryan, assistant nan
larv oi the interior, came up irom me
south this morning, aud while the
traiu was at the depot was taken for a
Irive through the town and out to
Whipple. He went on through to
Col. Thomas A. Or returned yes
terday morning from a tour embrac
ing a considerable part of the coun
try. Wherever he went ht- found an
unexpected interest in Arhcoua. espe
cially iu the mines of the territory.
Tucson apers state that R. C.
Brown, who was bitten seriously some
time since by a dog thought to be af
ilicted with rabies, has sufficiently re
covered to be out again. Xo mention
is made of what has become of the
The box sheet for subscribers to the
RiceOix?ra company will open at the
Brisley drug store at it o'ejoeh tomor
row morning. Subscribers should
call during the day and select their
seats and procure their tickets. The
regular box sheet will open ou Mon
day. This evening the ladies of the Con
gregational church will serve a tur
key dinner iu the vacant room next
door to Blumberg's store. Adult's.
50 cent: children, 25 cents. A gen
eral invitation is extended to the pub
Subscriptions to the Rice oix-ra
company's evening of grand opera
will close this evening. All subscrib
ers will have the privilege of select
their seats tomorrow, tmd parties fail
ing to subscribe today will lx; unable
to secure seats until Monday when
the regular box sheet will open.
The United States grand jury at
Tucson has found 'two indictments
against ex-Collector of Customs Wni.
Hoey. One on the charge of taking
a brilx; as United States officer, and
the other for aiding and abetting
the entrance of Chinese into the
United States unlawfully.
A gentleman from Peoria, 111., ar
rived iu the city yesterday. He said
that a petition to the president for
the appointment of Col. Alex O. Bro
die to be governor of Arizona is in
circulation there and is being exten
sively signed. Col. Brodie is well
known there, that beiug the home of
his mother and sister. Republican.
Prescott hotel arrivals: J B Jones,
Williams; Geo E Brown. Mayer; J F
Cunningham, P S Wren, Oro mine;
E F Harrimau, Providence; J T Aug-
of Cod Liver Oil is the means
of life, and enjoyment of life to j
thousands: men women and
When appetite fails, it rp
stores it. When rood is a
burden, it lifts the burden.
When youlose flesh.it brings
the plumpness of health.
When work is hard and
duty is heavy, it makes life
It is the thin edge of the
wedge: the thick end is food.
But what is the use of food,
when you hate it, and can't di
Scott's Emulsion of Cod
Liver Oil is thefood that makco
you forget your stomach.
If you have not tried it, send for
froo sample, its aareeacle tai,to wiii
SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemist-,
r" Pearl Street. Now f tit
50c. and $I.OO;all druggist-..
, 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.
Jin. Atlanta, (ia: J Rollv, Los Au-
gelee; T H Conroy ;nd wife, Stock
ton; J F Thomas, F A Jones, Chi
c!igo;rredS Levy, St. Louis. Dan
iel Reardon, J C Smith Chicago; J D
bet mi tie, citv.
Governor Otero of Xew Mexico ar
rived in Prescott this afternoon by
special tram. He is en route to Phe
nix to attend the statehood confer
ence, which meets there tomorrow
; and duriug his stav in Prescott has
, Ixjen driven around the town and
1 shown what has ben accomplished
in the way of building a new town in
: a little over a year since the fire. He
1 will go south ou tonight's train. He
was met at Ash
Murphy, who accompanies him to
1 erhaps no young woman now be
, fore the public has had so interest
1 ing a career as Miss Maud Miller
w ho w ile appear at the opera house
' on October 2sth. Miss Miller was
,)orn lighthouse on the coast of
I Oregon. Her mother died while she
was an isfaut and her entire training
save while she was receiving her edu-
I cation iu a convent, was left to her
father, that rugged and grand speci
: men of western manhood, Joaquin
j Miller, the poet of the Sierras. Xe
; cessarily the daughter as a child,
imbibed the very nature of the father
' and she is today a feminine editon of
j that brilliant genius.
Flagstaff is agitating the question
I of closing saloons each night at an
i early hour.
Why send away for printed matter
for iucorxrations when they can lie
secured at the Journal-Miner office.
The dinner given by the ladies of
the Congregational church last even-
mg was a great success. 1 he room
S . r, ,ai u i,i, .,a
lhe Los Angeles Express chroni-
t-a's tll' marriage ot Miss Helen
Riordan aud James Keneally, both of
FlagstalT. The bride is the daughter
of Mr and Mrs. D. M. Riordan, who
are well known to Prescott people.
A case of mayhem is reported from
one of the outskirt precincts, wherein
a business man of this city lost a por
tion of his nose. Arizona has had
many queer criminal freaks to its
credit, but this is the first instance of
a f nilial bong found nosing
Three crack shots from the An
heuser went to Skull valley yesterday
011 a hunting tour. Out of about
sixty-five rounds of ammunition they
bagged six quail and one rabbit, be
sides upsetting their rig and spilling
all of the occupants in the middle of
other day to t
most of our
better half left us the
ach aohool in the San
We have the' edge on
brother editor's. We
have a wife who can make a living for
us wheu we fail to do so ourselves,
which is often the case with the aver
age country editor. God oless our
home. Wilcox Bauge Xews.
It was a well-pleased audience that
j filed out from the Loring last evening,
aud it was also a large audience that
j filled nearly evr seat in the audi
torium alxive and below. There had
been some criticism heard in regard
; to the performance in advance, butj
thev were silenced by the excellent
entertainmeut given by the oonnan,
in a program that touched all the
way from comedy to grand opera. aftd
those who wanted all grand opira
were delighted with the innovation of
other aud lighter numbers given dur
ing the evening. Riverside Press.
Prescott Hotel arrivals. October 25.
1901- -Daniel Reardon. Chicago; J C
! Smith, Chicago; J Bethman, jr, city;
Frederick Grunedey, Lo Angeles;
W H Williams, Chicago; D F Mit
chell. Bausuan's camp; Mr and Mrs
Fr.il Evans. Walker; Fay White, Mc-
Calx-; C L Maxwell, Cleveland, O; E
S Osborne, Los Angeles; E Barr.
Prescott; J A Ration, Los Angeles;
Joe Hays. Los Angeles; Fred M
Xev. v;t. L is Angeles; T A Altmau,
J. R. Harrington of Crowned King
is iu town.
Mrs. E. E. EUunaoid and children
have arrived iu Prescott to reside.
E. J. F. Horne left yesterday morn
ing for Chicago for a month's vaca
tion. I .Maud Jlilicr is seriously ill 111 l ali-
foruia and her Prescott engagement
has lx"u canceled.
Misses Maud and Grace Hanua
: will sing at the Hallowe en social ou
j Thursday evening.
Gus Hirshfield of Phenix came up
j on yesterday's traiu for a couple of
t davs' visit in Prescott.
Miss Amy Nelson returned Satur
day evening from a four months' visit
in Southern California.
James Cashin, superintendent of
the grading force ou the Big Bug
railroad, was iu town Sunday.
Geo. L. (Shorty) White of the
Agua Fria is in town today on a bus
iness trip and circulating among
Mrs. W. P. Corillaud and sou re
turned Saturday evening from their
visit to California, having been absent
.Tyroler of Williams topped
off iu Prescott yesterday as he was eu
route home from Phenix attending
the statehood conference.
There is no medicine in the world
so gojd for stomach complaint as the
Bitters. It cures dvpuepaia, indiges
ion. constipation, biliousness, mala
ria, fever and agua. A fair trial will
! convince you.
Miss Mabel Berry will give a reci
tation at the Hallowe'en social on
Thursday night. The selection will
be "The Goblins Will Catch You."
Governor Otero and party of New
Mexico came up on this morning's
train and went north by special train
Mrs. James Cashin, wife of the su
perintendent of the Big Bug grading
outfit arrived on last night's train aud
will acootnpany her husband out to
camp at Hurou tomorrow.
The Hallowe'en social at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Martin
is by no means an exclusive affair.
All are invited to come and have a
a good time.
Dr. J. B. MeNalley left today for
San Francisco where he will take a
post graduate course in medicine and
at the conclusion of this course he
will go to Xew York to take a course
there of about six months.
G. F. Tinsler pickexl up a suap in
real estate when he purchased the
Rosa Miller property iu the pines at
the sound end of Cortex street for
about $800. The property rents for
$10 per month.
Ladies! I make big wages at home
and want all to have the same oppor
tunity. The work is very pleasant
and will easily pay $18 weekly. This
is no deception. I want no money
and will gladly send full particulars
to all sending stamp. Mrs. H. A.
Wiggins, Benton Harbor, Mich.
Wm. Burke aud Mr. Robey arrived
iu town today from Jerome. They
had with them a centipede over nine
inches long with forty two legs and
twenty two joints. They shook him
out of their bed clothing in camp
yesterday morning after sleeping on
the ground all night.
Major McCowan, of the Phenix
Indian school, has been appointed
superintendent of a large Indian
school in the east and will take
charge of it Januarv 1. The salary
attached is much larger than that of
his present position.
Sheriff Johnson of Coconino county
was in Jerome Thursday after a mau
named McGee, charged with forgery.
McGee had been captured by Officers
Roberts and Davis a couple of hours
before the sheriff arrived. McGee
secured but $10 ou the forged check.
The Tucson Citizen says that a
folding bed closed up on Mrs. Royal
A. Johnson night lx?fore last. She
was rescued after five miuutes hard
work by Mr. Johnson, and would
have suffocated had she been com
pelled to remain in the trying place
Thos. L. Hublxdl, sheriff of Ber
nalillo countv. New Mexico, and one
of the most popular men in the above
territory, stopped off m 1 rescott yes
terday as he was en route home from
attending the statehood conference
in Phenix. Mr. Hubbell is a brother
of Arizona's popular citizen, J. L.
Hubbell. of Apache county.
Frank Ward, who was arrested in
Prescott recently and taken to Phenix
for trial on a charge of failure to pro
vide for his children, was tried before
Justice Burnett on Saturday and ac
quitted. It was shown at the trial
that Mrs. Ward had secured a divorce
from her husband and was awarded
the custodv of the children, which re
lieved Mr. Ward of all responsibility
in the matter.
The Caldwell, Kas., Advance, in
commenting on a statement iu a
metropolitan daily that it is the edi
tor's duty to publish all the news re
girdless of consequences, says, that
it may be all right in a large city
where the editor can have his office
ou the thirteenth floor, but that it is
not practical in a small town.
Prescott hotel arrivals, October 27.
1901 G H Fitzgerald. Albuquerque;
.J W Elder. Albuquerque; WGDrew,
Del Rio: W If Gibbon, Groom Creek;
W H Owens, Groom Creek; N C
Webster, Hot Springs; J C Smith,
Chicago; Daniel Reardon. Chicago;
L N Schock, McCabe; E W Kichard
son, Jerome; J J Donahue, Flagstaff;
O G Shadrack, San Pedro. N M; John
H Green, Paducah. Ky; W M Gib
bons. Groom Creek.
The editor of the Lindsborg, Kas..
Record, encouraged by Hick's
weather predictions, enters the field
himself. For September, though just
as applicable to)ctober, he says: "A
storm periixl occurs in this month
from the 1st to the 30th or later.
Rains may be looked for iu several
places, if it don't rain here it probably
will somewhere else." lu concluding
he says: "Those having care of stock
aud small children should see that
they are fed and watered with care as
we do not guarantee these predictions
to hold good in case of accidents."
A Joke on Kessler.
Frank Kessler, a well known clerk
in H. P. Auewalt's office, who left
this morning for a two weeks' visit iu
Topeka, Kansas, was made the sub
ject of a practical joke by the boys in
the office. Kessler was provided
with a pass to Ash Fork aud without
his knowledge the pass was bulle
tined and the conductor instructed to
collect fare. This instruction was
religiously observed by the conduc
tor when the train reached Jerome
Junction the following message was
sent by Kessler to the general pas
senger agent's office: "Pass bulle
tined; must Ixj some mistake; con
ductor refused to honor it: authorize
him refund money at Ash Fork."
In answer to the telegram the con
ductor was wind at Ash Fork as fol
lows: "Party signing himself F. M.
Kessler claims you lifted his pass.
If you have bulletin covering it do
your duty, advising particulars." ,
The point of the joke would prob
ably protrude through the wording
of the latter telegram when shown to
him. In this connection it might
also be stated that Mr. Kessler is
expected to need transportation for
two on his return from his vacation.
Grand Opera Company.
During the whole period of the ex
istence of Rice's Opera company
and other attractions under same
management, their aim has been
to give the best poesible iu their line,
and always succeeding to a remarkal ia
degree. The cast, taken till the way
through, is without a weak spot. The
costumes are all new and handsome,
and the jxrfonnance moved with a
suap and precision that is refreshing.
Tickets for sale at Brisley 's drug
John Derr has just received from
the east the finest stock of imported
and domestic woolens ever received in
Pneeott. Call and him and order
vour fall suits now.
Wanted. Several persons of char
acter and good reputation in each
state (one iu each count' required) to
represent and advertise old establish
ed wealthy business house of solid
financial standing. Salary, S1S.00
weekly with exxuses additional, all
payable in cash each Wednesday di
rect from head offices. Horse and
crrriage furnished, when necessary.
References. Enclose self addressed
stamped envelope. Manager, BM
Caxton Building, Chicago.
"She Let Concealment
Like a Worm i' the Bad
Feed on Her Damask
How aptly Shakespeare touchea the
dominant chord in a woman's nature.
She suffers in silence ; draws a curtain
over her private sorrows, and endures
until endurance ceases to be a virtue.
This is especially the case with the
modest minded women who suffer from
diseases peculiar to the sex. They are
miserable and unhappy, and yet, although
they know that they need medical aid
and assistance, they choose richer to
bear the ills they know than to snbmit
to the examination of some local phy-
slcian. For this reason many a woman
lets disease fasten upon her. She con
ceals her condition and endures a daily
martyrdom of pain because her mind
revoltf at the thought of submission to
the treatment she knows the local prac
titioner will insist upon.
Very manv women have written grate
ful letters to Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo,
N. Y., because they have found in his
methods an escape from the offensive
questions, the obnoxious examinations,
and the disagreeable local treatments
insisted on by so many home physicians.
These things are, as a rule, not necessary.
Dr. Pierce's experience and success in
treating hundreds of thousands of women,
enables him at once to determine from
the written statements of women the
form of disease which it is necessary to
treat. Sick women are invited to con
sult Dr. Pierce, by letter, free. All
correspondence is sacredly confidential
and the same strict professional privacy
guards the written confidences of women
as is observed by Dr. Pierce ;md his staff
in personal consultations with women at
the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Insti
tute, Buffalo, N. Y.
A woman's statement.
"I enjoy good health, thanks to
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and
'Golden Medical Dicovery,' " writes
Mrs. J. J. Schnetyer, of Pontiac, Living
ston Co., 111. "Have taken si:: lottles
of each kind. I was taken sick last
February and the doctors here called it
'Grip.' I lay for four weeks in bed,
thes lichen I got up I found I had ' Dis
placement.' Had such aches and pains
in my back and limbs could not stand
any length of time. I knew that our
home doctor would insist the first thing
en an examination, and that I would not
submit to, unless I was dangerously sick,
and then it would be too late to do any
good. My son had your book, Common
WELL KNOWN IN PRESCOTT.
L. M. Maus, Formerly Stationed at
Whipple Barracks, Appointed
Health Officer of the
Dr. L. M. Mans, formerly stationed
. .... . . . . ' .
at tipple, and one of tht- liest stir-;
Lr)ii, as wen :is dim- ui iiic most
vi it 1
popular officers ever stationed there,
and who baa beaacaiaf surgeon of the
Philippines fur the past two years,
has je.st lieeu appointed as commis
sioner of public health for the archi
pelago by Judge Taft.
In referring to his appointment,
the Manila Times says in an editorial:
"The appointment of Major L. M.
Mans for the post of commissioner of
public health, is one of the most pop
ular selections which the commission
has yet ma le in filling the diflanal
offices malar the new civil . .rn
ment. aUhough there will probafaij
bo foam! a disgruntled few who trill
complain at the ost U-iug filled by a
military officer. Major Mans is thor
oughly qualified for the office and be
came the most desirable candidate
when Col. Greenleaf. to whom the ap-
tv i o t mon t n-ne oflFur,! Ift tlio I'Kil-
ippiues. Col. Mans who will retain ;
his commission 111 the a nil v. a na-.
tive of MarylaiKl.jupl was appointed
to the amy in 1874 Dunn- his long
ami suceesstul career as a medical
aaaar aa nas nianv positions 01
importance aim oiueiai responsiouiiy.
On the declaration of the war with
iSpain he was appointed a lieutenant- ,
coiouei ami cniei sur-oii 01 mhuii
teerf, and was assigned to the Seventh
Armv corps, which remained in Ha-
vana until tne evacuation o
laud by the Spanish forces. Since
his arrival in the Philippines, Decem
ber, 1S9'J, Col. Mans has served as
chief surgeon, second division Eighth
Army corps; chief surgeou depart
ment of northern Luzon; medical and
sanitary inspector of the division, art
iug chief surgeou, division of the
Philippines, and chief surgeon, de
partment of southern Luzon, and is
regarded as one of the best organizers
aud administrative officers in the
medical corps of the army He has
been especially interested in sanitary
work, ami as sanitary iuspector of the
division has visited almost every sec
tion of the archipelago which espe
cially fits him :"or the ue-.v v.orU he is
to undertaki'. He has also been very
prominent iu connection with the se
gregation ot the lepers, and was pres
ident of the board of officers detailed
for the selection of a suitable island
for this colony. He has also been ac
tive in .-lamping out smallpox, and
while statiotn- 1 at Butitista as Gen.
McArtliiu's chief su.-'eon. eliminated
smallpox from the division by a suc-
cessiui svstriii 01 puiuic vaccinations
which he inaugurated atnoujr the na
tives. The Gay Potato.
The editor of the Clyde, Kas., Re
publican publishes a vegetable poem.
It is said to have lieeti inspired by a
consinim-nt ot iranlen seeil Irom the
memlierof congress from that district.
Here is tin- first stanza, the otiiers are I
And QDOgbl aa onion bed,
'That's p'" for :ne." ofeMtwd the
And all the beets tut and red.
Go away," the onion, weeping, cried.
"Your love I cannot lie;
The pumpkin is vour lawful bride.
You cantaloupe with me."
C. M. Hamilton nas purchased the
O. K. block shoe shop on west Oailei
street, anil is prepared to do all kinds
of first class shoe repairing. Ladies
fine work a sjMiialty. All work
guaranteed and a share of vour work
j is solicited.
Sense Medical Adviser, and I thought
from reading it that Dr. Pierce's medi
cine would do me more good than all
the home doctor and so it ha. L" any
one had told me it would do me o much
rood I would have said, 'Oh no, not
that much good. ' I can truly mj that I
was surprised at the benefit I received.
I can do all my washing and also tend
my flower garden. In fact I am on my
feet most all the time. An old friend ol
mine said to me, 'Why, what ia the
matter with you? You are getting voopg
again.' I told her I had taken six bottles
of Dr. Pierce's medicines, and if she
would do likewise she would feel ten
years younger, too."
However wonderful it may seem, that
Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription is
uniformly successful in curing disease!
peculiar to women, it is not so wonder
ful as it sppears. It is not wonderful
to us, that a machine made to perform a
certain task accomplishes
it perfectly. We do not
wonder at the engine
which pulls the txatn ol
cars, although we know
nothing of mechanics.
We know the engine wai
made to do this thing.
We do not wonder at a
musical artist like Pade
rewski who sits at the in
strument and produces
perfect harmony. We
know that constant prac
tice enables his perfect
command of the key
board. Let an inexperi
enced player sit down to
the piano, and the same
aeys iaiseiy touched tar
into discord. It is so with
Dr. Pierce in his experi
ence and practice of medi
cine. "Favorite Prescrip
tion only does what it
was made to do. Doctor
Pierce knows the whole
gamut of the female or
ganism. Where a less
produces a discord, his
experience and skill en
ables the production of
perfect harmony. Ths
difference between the
success of Dr. Pierce and
the ordinary practitioner
fn the treatment and cure of womanly
ailments is the difference between skill,
and success on the one hand and a casual
experience on the other.
GAINED TEN POUNDS.
"I took four bottles of Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription and two of his
' Golden Medical Discovery ' and re
ceived great benefit," writes Mrs. Elmer
D. Sheare, of Mounthope, Lancaster Co.,
Pa. " I do not have those sick spells as
formerly. Before I took your medicine
I could hardly walk at times, when I had
uterine trouble. I can truly say that
after taking four txttles of ' Favorite
Prescription ' and two of ' Golden Med
ical Discovery ' I did not suffer Chy
more. I gained ten pounds in weight.
In Tune I commenced using the medicine
and in July helped to harvest the wheat,
so you may know that I did not feel
Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription
establishes regularity, dries disagreeable
drains, heals inflammation and ulcera
tion and cures fem&le weakness. If
tranquilizes the nerves, encourages t!
appetite, and induces refreshing sleety.
As a tonic for weak, worn-oat, run-do ra
women it is unequaled. It makes w ak
women strong, sick women well.
Accept no substitute for "Favarit
Prescription." The only motive for sub
stitution is to enable nhe dealer to make
the little more profit pcud on the -sale of
less meritorious medici nes.
The Common Sense Medicavi Adviser
referred to in Mrs. Sch jietyers letter is
sent free on receipt o-f stanrps to pay
expense of mailing ony. This great
medical work contains over a thousand
large pages and more thfin seven hundred
illustrations. Send 31 one-cent stamps
for the cloth-bound vol om , or only si
stamps for the book iu Paper covers.
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce., Buffalo, N. Y.
The Catholic Fair.
The following is the list of dona
tions which have been 1 aade so far to
the Catholic fair:
I 1. B. B. Co., a buggy.
'1. Geo. Ruffner, a house.
3. Joe Calles. a set of harness.
4. J. M. Heck of the Arizona laun-
'.j b.u laProbe f.r'd whiP; .
All of the above arti cles making a
..omDete ritlmtr outfit, to be disuosed
- . . - m
of at the same time
5. John Derr, a $45 suit of clothes.
6. Blumberg, a leath er couch.
7. Gotdwater Bros., a white iron
bed with brass settings.
8. Brisley, a white sewing machine.
9. Bates, the photographer, a large
photo with handsome frame of Father
10. R. H. Burmister & Son,ona pair
of blankets and one quilt.
11. S.i in Hill, dinner set.
12. Ed. Block, one. pair hand made
13. Herman Voge, cigars, mineral
14. Wooster, picture and frame.
15. Grf). OBBk Ai (Jo., M beautiful
lri. J. I. Gardner, a Swing ma
chine. 17. Brown Bros., a Wilsok heater.
18. Joe Wilson, a suit of clothes or
19. Barthel & Stock, a nice suit
C xhe PTeficoiti National Bank,
v' n The 3 of Arizona 525.
Martiudell & Hon, a beautiful
lad -g waU.h
Recortjer-s office, a handsome
24.'Fen Hildreth. a horn back alii
.,,,, ,.1, -,..!.
25. Burke & Hickey, a
glass punch bowel, which
seen at Cook's show window.
26. W. P. Covillaud, Sundry
27. Jake Marks, 100 cigars.
29. Joe Dillon, 150 cigars.
30. Joe Dougherty two Xavajo
olaukets ami one quilt.
31. J. H. Mulreiti, $20.
32. Ed Shumate, a meershaum
33. Mrs. R. E. Morrison, a flower
34. Sheppard & Kastner, a meer
chaum cigar holder.
35. A. Robinson, amber cigar
36. X Levy, a
shares of stock.
38. Mrs. E. A
fancv sofa cushion.
Copper Co., 1,000
Rogers, a handsome
39. Mrs. Dan Campbell, a
noman parlor chair.
40. Miss Mary Sweeny, a working
Donations of any kind will be
thankfully received either by Father
A. Quetu at his residence or Miss
Sarah McCrea, at Goldwater's store,
or Miss Agness Conlou at the Xew
Big Deal in Land.
Ex-Delegate to CongTess T. B.
Catron, of Xew Mexico, is negotiating
for the sale of the Tierra Amarilla
grant of 660,000 mm in Rio Arriba
countv and Colorado, belonging to
him, and upon which the towns of
Chama and Terra Amarilla and Park
View are located. The price is said
to be $1,250,000, but the deal has
not vet been closed.
The land has lieen denuded of its
splendid timber, Mr. Catron drawing
I a princely revenue therefrom, but it
has nevertheless grown in value
every year. There are extensive coal
: deposits and othermineral indications
upon it. It nas tne nnest grazing
lands in Xew Xexico, a good supply
of water and fertile agricultural
Twenty vears ago Mr. Catron re
fused an offer of $75,01 JO made by the
Seligmaus of Europe. If the deal
goes through the grant will be de
veloped upon the same lines aa the
Application for Patent.
Cnited States Land (ytBce. I
Prescott. Arix.. August 17, V.tri.
Notice is hereby srWen that John Kinney,
whose post office address in Chaparral,
YaTansi County. Ariiona. has this day
filed bis application for a patent for
1230 linear feet of the L. Ian mining claim,
bearing gold, aiWer and copper, with surface
ground 464 feet ir. width at the northeast
end. and 400 feet at the MHithwest end. situ
ated iu Big Eng mining district, county, of
Yarapsi. and territory of Arizona, and desig
nated by the field notes and official pint on
file in this office a mineral surrey No. 1XT.
approximately in township 13 north, rangi
1 east, when purveyed , Raid gurvey number
1532, being described as follows, to-wit :
Beginning at'eor io. 1 where tiu.
side line of Galena lode, lot Xo. 41. pro
duced n 71 deg 51 min e, intersects the west
end line of D.ridend lode, lot No. 40.
A granite -;one 3x10x4 in vi , ,n.. f, ...t b
the ground, a lungaide built a mon of stones
3x3 feet, stor.e marked L. No. 1-1522.
A X on grfinite rne.k in nine .q..j r a
L. No. 1-LJ2, bear n B deg 15 min w 70
U. S. L. "M. at forks of Ticonderoga and
SSSfL eulche'' beare n 67 d 5 min
Thence s 71 deg 51 min w. Var. 14 deg e
-c 11 m u,. eor 01 iraiena lode, lot No. 41.
1325 feet to cor No. 2. The w cor of the loc
btb -t c.eg min e, 200 ft.
A grar.ite atone 4x12x24 ins set one foot in
ground, alongside built a mon of stones. 3x3
11. none marked L.. No. 2-1522.
A )C on granite rock in place marked B. R
-l,. no. .-13: Drs n 72 deg 18 mm e. 20 ft
1 hence n 26 deg 25 min w. Tar 14 deg e.
100 ft to vein and west end loc mon, a mon
of stones 2x2 feet: 150 ft to Ticonderoga
kuhct, course n e. wid'n 10 tt : 400 ft to cor
jo. .i. identical with cor of the tntinn
Krnnice stone ixxm ins, set one toot m
jroxind, alongside built a mon of ntraw
jx n atone marXed L. No. 3-1522.
A A on slate stone in place, marked B. R.
u. Ho, A1SS.'. brs s 21 deg 53 min w 121.5 ft
A X on a slate stone in place, marked B. R
u. Ho. HB brs s 14 deg 5o min w 73.5 ft.
Thejxse n 65 deg 47 min e. Var 14 deg e :
'.340 ft to Ticonderoga gulch, course n .
width 15 ft : 1499 ft to cor No. 4- Identical
with cor ot the location.
The n w cor of Ticonderoga lode, lot No.
lo brs n 2t deg 25 min w 130 ft.
A granite stone 5x12x24 ins set one foot in
ground, alongside built a mon of stones 3x3
It. stone marked X,. No. 4-1522.
A X on a slate rock in place, marked B. R.
-L.. No. 4-1522. ors n 55 deg 25 min w 58.5 ft
A A on a granite rock in place, marked B
n L. No. 4-1522 brs s 58 deg 35 min w 62
Thence a 26 deg 25 min e. Var 14 deg e
300 fi et to vein and E. C. E. mon. a mon of
rtonrs 3x3 ft; 450 feet to s w cor of Ticonde
rogn lode., lot N'o. 45; 464 feet to cor No. 5.
at intersection with north side line of Divi
dend lode, lot No. 40.
A granite stone 5x8x24 ins. set one foot in
ground, alongside built a mon of stones 3x3
n, stone marked 1.. No. 5-1522.
A cedar tree 10 ins in diameter blazed and
scribed B . T. L. No. 3-1522 brs s 63 deg 45
min w 4i ft.
Locat ion monument brs s 26 deg 25 min e
The?. ice s 71 deg 51 min w. Var. 14 das e:
175 fe et to cor N'o. 6. which is also corner N'o
3. Dr ridund lode. Lot No 40.
A granite stone 3x12x8 ins above ground.
ma.- ked L. No. 6-1522. Same stone marked
D. L. No. 3.
No bearings available.
Thence s 18 deg 09 min e. Var 14 deg
9 5 feet to cor No. 1, the place of beginning
survey of exterior boundaries.
Containing 16.112 acres.
Thi claim is located on unsurveyed land,
approximately in T. 13 N.. R. 1 K . in Big
Bug mining district, lavap.11 county. An
zona, and is bounded on the east by the
ticonderoga lode; on the south by the
Dividend and Galena lodes ; and on the west
and north by I . b. land.
The vein extends from the point where it
is cut by the discovery tunnel, northeasterly
ass teet and southwesterly 1230 teet.
The location of this mine is recorded in the
Recorder's office of said Yavapai county.
Ansona. in book .15 of mines, pages 5n2 an-l
553. records of said Yavapai county, Arizona.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
any portion of said Lelan mining claim or
surface ground, are required to nle
their adverse claim with the Re
gister of the Cnited States Land Office at
Prescott, in the said county of Yavapai.
territory of Ariiona, during the sixty days
period of publivation hereof, or they will
be barred by virtue of the provisions of
?. A. TRITLE. Jr., Register.
First publication. Aug 28, 1901.
Notice for Publication.
flineral Application No. 537.
C. S. Land Office. Prescott. Arizona.
Sept. 28, 1901.
Notice is hereby given that the Penn Gold
Mining company, by John J. Hawkins, at
torney, whose Poet Office address ia Pres
cott. Arizona, has umde application for
United Stat"8 Patent for the Houilulu and
Hawaii mining claims, mineral survey No.
1551. situated in the Big Bug and Walker
mining district. Yavapai county. Arizona.
covering 4500 feet of the Honiiulu and Ha-
waii lode, with surface ground 600 feet in
width, bearing gold and copper: in Town
ship 12 and l.'t. north of range 1 west, unsur
veyed. covering an area of 40.20 acres, and
more particularly described as follows :
SURVEY NO. 1551.
Beginning at cor No 1, identical with N
W cor of location, where a granite boulder
6xl2x.t2 inches is set 14 inches in the ground,
chiseled 1-1-1551. A pine 15 inches in diame
ter, bears S 51 deg 18 min W, 27.2 ft; a pine
10 inches in diameter, bears S JLdeg 7 min
E, 27.4 ft, each blazed and nW B T 1-1-1551.
The cor of sees 4. 5. 33 kf town
ships 12 and tt N. R 1 W . bears H" 69 deg 56
min W. 5532.4 ft. Thence S 82 deg 42 min
E. 600 feet, to cor No 2. identical with N E
cor of location ; thence S 20 deg 23 min W.
1475 feet, to cor No 3, identical with S E cor
of location : thence N deg 32 min W, 600
feet, to cor No 4, whence the S V cor of the
location bears S 20 deg 23 min W. 60 feet ;
thence N 20 deg 23 min E, 1475 feet, to cor
No 1, the place of beginning
Beginning at cor No 1, identical with S
W cor of location : identical with cor No 1,
Honiiulu lode of this survey ; when the cor to
arcs 4. 5. 32 and 33. Township 12 and 13 N. R
1 W. bears N 69 deg 55 min W. 5532.4 ft :
thence S 82 deg 42 min E. 600 feet, to cor No
2, identical with cor No 2 of Honilnlu lode of
this survey, identical with S E cor of loca
tion : thence N 16 deg 17 min E. 1500 feet, to
cor No 3, identical with N E cor of location :
thence N 82 deg 42 min VV, 600 feet, to cor No
4. whence the N W cor of location brs N 16
deg 17 min E, 87 feet : thence S 16 deg 17 min
W, 1500 feet, to cor No 1, the place of begin
Variation at all corners. 13 deg :X) min E.
Total nnd net area Honiiulu lode 19.790 acrs
Total and net area Hawaii lode. 20.410acre
Net area lode claim 40.20 acre
The original notices of location of these
claims are recorded as follows: The Honi
iulu in book 43 and page 84. and the Hawaii
in book 53 at page 42. Records of Mines of
Yavapai connty, Arizona.
The Honiiulu extends N 20 deg 23 min E.
748 feet, and S 20 deg 23 min W 727 feet, its
full length being 1475 feet.
The Hawaii vein extends N 16 deg 17 min
E. 930 feet, and S 16 deg 17 min W, 570 feet.
Adjoining claims to these lodes, none.
Any and all persons c'aiming adveraly the
myiing ground, vein, premises, or any por
tion thereof so described, surveyed, platted
and applied for are hereby 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 Irescott.
in the Territory of Arizona, they will be
barred by the provisions of said statute.
FREDERICK A. TRITLE. Jr..
First publication Oct. 3.
Notice for Publication.
Land Office at Prescott. Ariz.. .
Sept. 28, 1901. '
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler ha tiled notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the Register and Receiver at Prescott,
Arizona, on November 14. 1901, viz: Ed
ward Zeiger of Martinez. Arizona, for the
lots 1. 2. 3. 4. Sec 2. T 9 X. R 6 W.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz:
D. J. Sullivan. T. G. Norris, John L.
Munds. A. A. Johns, all of Prescott, Ari
zona. FREDERICK A. TRITLE. Ja.,
First publication. Oct. 2.
Wanted. Several persons of char
acter and good reputation in each
state (one in this county required) to
advertise old established wealthy
business house of solid financial
standing. Salary $18.00 weekly with
expenses additional, all payable iu
cash each Wednesday direct from
head offices. Horse and carriage fur
nished when necessary. References.
Enclose self addressed stamped en
velope. Mannger, 316 Caxton Build
ing, Chicago. to 1-1 -02. w
Application For a Patant.
rnit.-d States Land Office.
Prescott. Ariz., Sept. 25, 1901.
Notice is hereby given thatB. C. Red Inn. by
Ed. Block, attorney in fact for claimant,
whose postoffice address is Prescott, Arizona,
has this day tiled his application for a patent
for 8641 linear feet of the White Spar.
Challenge, Mountain Star, Marjoire No.
1. Marjoire No 2 and Maggie mines or
veii.s bearing gold and silver with
surface ground three hundred feet
in width. situated in Haasayampa
mining district, county of Yavapai and terri
tory of Arizona, and designated by the field
notes and official plat on file in this office as
survey N'o. 1570. approximately in
towns' iit 12 north, range 3 west. Gila and
Salt Kivt r meridian, said survey No. 1570
being as fol.'ows:
WHITE SPAR LODE.
Beginning at cor No 1, a porphyry stone
12x12x24 ins set one ft in ground alongside a
mon of -tone 3x3 ft. Stone marked W. S.
N'o 1-157T); a X on porphyry rock in place
marked B. R. W. S. No 1-1570. brs N 59 deg
50 min E 140 ft : 1". S. L. M. No 1570 H. D.
brs N 31 deg 4!t min W 1472.9 feet. Thence
S 15 deg 18 min E 1256 feet to corner No 2.
Thence N 76 de; 30 min E 600 feet to corner
3. Thence N 15 deg 18 min W 1233 f t 10 S C
V. Maggie lode of this survey : 1256 feet to
cor No 4 which is also cor N'o I of Challenge
lode of this survey. Thence S 76 deg 30 min
W 22.4 ft to intersect line 1-4 of Maggie lode
of this survey, at N 58 deg 45 min W 32.6 ft
from S C E Maggie lode : 600 feet to cor No.
1 place of beginning survey of exterior
Beginning at cor No 1 N W corner of loca
tion, a porphyry stone 10x10x24 ins set one
ft in ground alongside mon of stone 3x3 ft.
Stone marked C N'o 1-1570: a X on porphyry
rock in place marked B R C No 1-1570 brs N
32 deg E 24.8 ft : a X on porphyry rock in
place marked B R C No 1-1570 brs S 29 deg
25 min E 50.5 ft : CSLM No 1570 H DbrsS60
deg 35 min W 352 feet. Thence S 18 deg 15
min E 1500 ft to cor No 2 which is also cor
No 1 of White Snsr lode of this survey.
Thence N 76 deg 30 min E 577.6 ft to inter
sect line 1-4 Maggie lode of this survey at N
5g deg 45 min W 32.6 ft from S C E Maggie
lode : 600 ft to cor No 3 which is also cor N'o
4 of White Spar lode of this survey. Thence
N 18 deg 15 inin V 372.6 ft to intersect line
l-:1 i f Maggie lode, at N 31 deg 15 min E
2S7 M ft from cor No 1 Maggie ; 1240.5 ft
to intersect line 1-2 of Mountain Star lode of
this survey at N 42 deg 15 inin W 145.5 feet
from cor No 2 : 1500 ft to cor No 4. Thence
TT, dec 30 min t 120.3 feet to intersect
hue 1-2 of Mountain Star !lc of this survey
at N 2 de 15 min W 440 feet from cor No
2 ; 600 ft to cor No 1 plsce of beginning sur
vey of exterior boundaries.
MOUNTAIN STAR LODE.
Beginning at cor No 1 a granite stone 8x10
x24 inches set one foot in ground
alongside monument of stone 3x3 feet.
tone marked M S No 1-1570; a X on granite
rock in place marked B R M S No 1-1570 brs
N 61 deg 45 min Vi 5.8 feet ; a X on granite
rock in place marked B K M No 1-loTO brs
S 58 deg E 42.5 feet: U S L M No 1570 H D
brs S 3 deg 14 min W 1070.9 ft. Thence S 42.
deg 15 min E 74 ft to cor No 4 Marjorie No 1
lode of this survey : .54 feet to cor No 1 Mar
jorie No 1 lode of this survey ; 1500 ft to cor
No 2. I hence Ji 47 deg 45 nun E 600 ft to
cor No 3. Thence N 42 deg 15 min W 1500
ft to cor No 4. Thence S 47 deg 45 min W
600 ft to cor No 1 place of beginning survey
of exterior boundaries.
MARJORIE NO. 1 LODE.
Beginning at cor No 1 a porphyry stone
4x8x24 ins set one foot in ground alongside
mon of stone 3x3 ft. Stone marked M No 1,
1-1570. USLM No 1578 H D brs S 47 deg
58 min W 763.2 feet, flience S 77 deg W
15fO ft to cor No 2 which is also oor No 1
Marjorie No 2 lode of this survey. Thence
-42 deg 15 min W 680 ft to cor No 3 which is
also cor No 4 of Marjorie No 2 lode. Thence
N 77 deg E 1500 feet u cor No 4. Thence
S 42 deg 15 min E 680 ft to cor No 1 place of
MARJORIE NO. 2 LODE.
Beginning at cor No 1. which is also cor
No 2 of Marjorie No 1 lode. A granite stone
Xx8x36 ins set one ft in ground alongside a
mon of stone 3x3 ft. fUine marked M No 2.
1-1570. Same 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.
U S L M No 1570 H D brs S 79 deg E 912 ft.
Thence S 79 deg 41 min W 1500 ft to cor No
Thence N 42 deg 15 min W 680 ft to cor
No 3. Thence N 79 deg 41 min E 1900 feet
to cor No 4 which is also cor No 3 Marjorie
No 1 lode of this survey. Thence S 4? deg
15 min E 680 ft to cor No 1 place of begin
ning. MAGGIE LODE.
Beginning at cor No 1 a porphyry stone
4x6x24 ins set one foot in ground alongside
mon of stone 3x3 'eet. Stone marked M No
1 1570. USLM No 1570 H D brs N 48 deg
36 min W 1475.9 ft. Thence N 31 deg 15 min
E 1385 ft to cor No 2. Thence S 38 deg 45
min E 600 ft to cor No 3. Thence S31 deg 15
min W 1385 feet to cor No 4. Thence N 58
deg 45 min VV 600 ft to cor No 1, place of be
ginning. Magnetic varation 14 deg E.
White Spar lode, net area
Mountain Star lode, gross
Less area in conflict with
Challenge lode of this
Marjorie No 1 lode net area
Marjorie No21ode net area
Maggie lode, groeearea. . 19.076
Less area in conflict with
Challenge lode of this
With White Spar lode of
this survey 006
Total area lode claim
White Spar vein extends from N C E mon
in a S E course 1265 ft from S C E mon.
Challenge vein extends from S C E mon
in a X W course 1500 ft to N C E mon.
Mountain Star vein extends from the dis
covery cnt No 1 in a S E direction 750 ft and
in a N direction .50 tt to tne center ends
Marjorie No 1 vein extends from discovery
haft No 1 in an easterly direction 143 ft and
in a westerly direction 1357 ft to the center
ends of claim.
Marjorie No. 2 vein extends from the dis
covery shaft No. 1 in a westerly direction 325
ft and in aneasterly direction 1175 ft to the
center ends of claims.
Maggie vein extends from discovery shaft
No 1 in a S W direction 745 ft and in a N E
direction 640 ft to the center ends of claims.
Theseclaims are located on unsurveyed land
approximately in T 12 N R 3 W in the Has
sh yarn pa mining district. Y'avapai county
Arizona territory, and is hounded on all
sides by government land, there being no
The locations of these minesare recorded in
the recorder's office of Yavapai county.
Arizona, in Books 1-9, 22. 22. 50, 52 and 52.
of Mines, imges 330. 230. 491. 244. 93 and
The adjoining claimants are none, there
are no adjoining claims.
Any and all persons claiming adversely any
port 1011 of the said White Spar, t hall.ng. .
Mountain Star. Marjorie No. 1. Marjorie
No. 2 and Maggie mines or surface
ground are required to tile their adverse
claims with the register of the
United States land office at Prescott,
in the Territory of Arizona, during the
sixty days' period of publication hereof, of
they will be barred by virtue of the pro
visions of the statute.
FREDERICK A. TRITLE. Jr..
First publication Sept. 25. 1901.
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