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VMS WORLD Pulititr Blds..,mrsrk
From Tuesday's Daily.
There are now five MM of
MtflpOK in the pest house at Mo
ri in i.
The comity physician has a case of
mumps under his care at the county
l.ev. I. my preaches at the Maptist
church tonight. J
4 p. in. Kiin 2.50. Bank
A. M. Civi l was taken suddenly ill
I i day and U
routined to his ieii.
tJte late George Arthur
prolxiteil next Friday,
The v.il! ..f
A I leu will hi
Bed Men to
Regular couneil of
Some sneak thief entered the office
of the Preseott Title Company last
Sat uni.'V afternoon and stole a fine
cornet from Z. 0. Brown.
County Treasurer J. P. Storm was
able to 1' in his office again today.
Coles Bash ford came in on last
night's train from Los Angeles to
look after his extensive business in
T. M Harnhart, the Kirkland mer
chant, is in Prescott.
The announcement of Ed. Barthel
for city treasurer will be seen in this
issue. Mr. Barthell is one of Pres
cott's most popular merchants and
has a host of warm personal friends.
He is in every way qualified to look
after the interests of the office and
-hould he be the lucky man at the
iiolls the eity's funds will be in good
Frank Edwards, who left this city
for Alaska about four yeass ago, has
returned to Prescott. He has been
at Nome for some time and had a
very rough voyage returning home,
heiup on the sea 50 days.
Mrs. Frank Wright, who has been
in California for two months, will re-
i turn home tomorrow.
f. i. Crilev and daughter.
M B. H,i,ltine. will leave to-
; mor-v.v for Honolulu, where they ex
tinct to ;.-iiiaiii two months.
1 lie Lilies' Aid society of the Cou-gr-'.:;
'o a 1 chur.h will meet Wed-ne-
! nftfltnoflii with Mrs. Wm
Xeisoi). -VH North Mt. Vernon
Final settlement and distribution of
the estate of Melissa Ann Rutledge
was made in the probate court to-dav.
1 Ihe estate eon-i-ts of real 1 -luie
! the Verde Valiev. and
was ueoueu io
her son. The sou had given a condi
t,, 1 H VA ....rfi,, .1
pro,.ertv. and the distribution was
II , . .U 11. 1.1 I I 111',, . ,
iherefore in Mr. Wiiurfield s favor.
i ne public reading rooms will be
( opfd some time this week, probably
a!xut Thursday. Anyone
Ixioks or any other kind of
Vi '1 1'ifiiv
matter, or anything in the way
.1. , i . ,
enairs. ,a.,ies. dook cases ptctores, pr
flirnltiiru .it 'inr L-nJ that nmiM kulr.
. " , j .
mine gooii cause are requested w
j leave the same with the following
I committee or notify them so they can
h;ive name taken to the rooms: Harry
! Brisley, J. W. Akers and X. C. Caa
Tickets for the masquerade ball
next r ndav night. Jan. 21, are 75c I
I each person. On sale at Shumate's.
Mis. Nobles will sell any hat in the
I house at cost. Come and take your
choiee out of the swell hats. Hats
Ire-trimmed. 1 1H-Iw
A nofdial welcome is extended to
all the good people of Prescott and
vicinity to attend the masquerade
bill next Friday night at Dake's
opera house. Masks railed at the
door. 1 18-5t
Every Saturday tickets are sold to
Phoenix and return at the rite of $9.
good for thirty days. Call at the
Bocfce hotel and get your tickets.
hen von awe rendv to nuiL-e llit
trip east, call at the Burke hotel and
get your tickets and avoid the rush at
tu u . ii i r ii
I he best music will le furnished
for the grand rose valentine ball to be
given bvtbe United Moderns at the
opera house February 14. 1-20 td
Dr. C. H. Jones of Tenipe recciv
ed word recently that a patent had
been issued to him for a water ban
; lare. The water bandae is m Iso
lated to reduce the temperature oi
the siek. It consists of a system
of eoils by which two buckets oi ice
water are connceted. The water
liows from one bucket to the other,
and the coil are so made that they
may be adjusted to any part of the
bpdy in whiVh it is desirable to re
duce the temperature.
We desire to eorresK)nd with
(Kirties bavin" a larjie mine of con
centrating ore, with or without
water supply. Address "Mack,"
NW0 Champa St., Denver. 1 14t4w
THE PRETTY PERSIAN.
A feiagnif.cent Production by the
ton Ideal Opera Company.
Dake's opera house was literally
jammed to the doors last night to
witness the presentation of 'The
Pretty Persian" bv the Boston Ideal
Opera company, and although the
inemliers of this eoinpany won their
' way into the hearts of Preseott's
lovers of opera, when they were here
a few months aro under the nam of
i the Audrews Opera company, they
not only sustained their previous
reputation, inn antieu many new
laurels by last night's production.
The ojiera is a very pretty one,
bright and .s)iarkliug with wit and
coined v and alMiundin with delight
ful music, sung by a company who
are masters in their line. Another
feature was the numerous local hits
which were made, causing no end of
amusement. The orchestra was one
of the best ever heard in Prescott,
while the accompanist. Chas. Hazel
nzs. was simply immense.
James Stevens, who plaved the
bbbti hi i ne prmct. has a
voice which fur richness has never I
lo-cn surpassed in Prescott.
Jav ('. Tavlor. Hxl a-lwom. kept
the audience in laujrlitfr whenever on
the stafe and made some clever local
hits, while as a fun inak'r A. C. Bur- j
.r,. js one f tUe liest ever seen in I
' - an i ne uu- ,
rJertafeer mailt- decided hit.
Mis- Nellie Andrew lias one of the '
ibmibIbbI soprano raieea on the Anieri !
Uxlui iiinl is it -rt-at favor-
ite with Prescott people. Her si ug- i
ing last iiii!it eailiil torth the most
K. V. Walters siniplv carried the
audience bv gtorrn w itli ni mnimifi -
eeBtfBB vuic.-. Tonight he will, by I
peesal reqtujl, wk th- toireaaor;
, sontr frni'i Carmen iu ft.il costume
rod with a toll chorus. J. C Tav-I
!'ir"s toii'ir siiiyinr w.is al- o-rjikJ.
Altogether, the opera
the iinftt satisfackiry ct
I'rescott. ami the prell
Diavolo" touirht will uu'i
to another jaekeil bOH'1.
t given iii
Ri rty at
Saloon For Sai
A ffissl BmjiaxS saloon
McCalje for sale. For
address box J., Prescott.
The following is the daily report of
instrument!; filed in the recorder's of
fice, as reported by The Prescott
I ' ,
S A Lees to L B Harden, deed,
i three mines. Weaver dist.
EXucatur C M Co files a of a w on
three tninew. Mineral Point dist.
p0and M Co to Sunset T & T Co,
,1, right of way across prop lu Big
E L Bowman locates mine, Peck
B B Co io Francis A Bashfortl.
deed, mine. Eureka dist.
TV T U XI T:.. '
A' -F.O .HP, t If4 llf, flSSIUIJiC-UL,
Frauk Beavers to Stanley Center.
assgmt, asgns lease: 5100.
F M Murphy and wife to Sibby
Elizabeth Thompson, deed, lot 14. blk
3, Fleury's add; $350.
Chas Miuetti to H Voge, deed.
Grub Stake and Fleur Spar mine,
Weaver dist; $402.54.
T J Carrigan et al file a of a iV on
three mines. Weaver dist.
Jno Lawler and Wm Waters file a
of a w on three mines. Eureka dist.
J E Pawler locates mine. Weaver
Wm Lawler locates mine. Eureka
F M Murphy and wife to Sisters of
Mercy of Arizona, deed, lot 3 and all
of lots 10, 11, 12 and 13 lying east of
French creek, Fleury's add.
F H Williams and J A Robeson to
American G & C Co, deed, Joe
Wheeler and Fitz Hugh Lee mines,
Big Bug dist.
H H McNamara, J L Morrison et
al incorporate Dividend Development
Co: cap stock, $1,000,000.
H E MacDonald to M E Spauld
ing, mtg, Fashion Livery stable;
Century Mines Co files a of
mine, Hass dist.
a w on
; Ar rulL.t:' E";
. T , ' 'T' -' "
Cal Powder works to B B Co.
asgnit. assigns trust deexl of 3-20. A8.
: tiy Bashford & Bunuister.
B-B Co to F M Murphy, asgmt. as-
signs trust deed of 3-29. '98, by Bash-
ford s Burmtter.
United States to W C Bashford
aad R. H. Burmister, patents, 12 j
mines. Pine Grove dist.
F A and W C Bashford ami
Burmister. to F M Murphy.
ml A i-'..' 1 V . I 1 .11 III. L IU'
B,B Co to W C Bashford and R
' "urmister. m relse m'g.
W L Comer locates
! mine, Walker dist.
G W and Bertha Ward ameud lo
'tion of fivp minpSi ChefTT
' lgert et al locate Comet mine
i lu n ma' i uioi.
Tl- Cl O I l ' T- . I - 1 1 : -
UyimORltp KHl I iir II 1 n 1 n cr ( V ran.
1 rr Vr -- - " - -
: iwi wvn, w,uini.
n. L. rowers and M W Powers to
t rank Al Murphy, assignm t, assigns
mtge by M C and J R Listen.
R E Sloan. J J Hawkins. Hugo
Richards, et al incornorat Yavanai
. . . ..
J E Reynolds and Lon D Hall files
a of a work on Little Joker mine.
Pine Grove dist.
M A Lawler et al locate Griffin
mine, Mineral Point dist.
, E. G. Wager to Reese M Ling,
deed, one half of Lade Aide, Cleve
land. Fractional, and one half of
R M Ling files a of a work
Ghost mine, Block Rock dist.
Galena Gold Mn'g Co files a of a
work on Summit and Clipper mines,
Big Bug dist.
F E Biles files a of a work on Ma
jestic group and Adalin mine, Big
0 E Walker and Jessie Barragau
. n , j.
j oarragon. cureaa nisi.
Provident Gold M'ng Co and S J
Flemming by sheriff to Jas Gillispie,
1 deed, five mines and mill. Big Bue
i James Gillespie and wife, to lied
Jacket Gold M ng Co deed, 5.000
sumrjui mock iu same prupeny.
T Somes to Fncle Sam Conner
J Co. deed, St. Paul, St. Louis, Dennis,
United Verde Ex. Gold. Silver and
Copper Mn'g Co file a of a work on
13 mines, Cherrv Creek dist.
G A Smith et al locate White Dyke
ine. Mint Valley dist.
Estate of T W
Jules Bauman, rise
Anna Yoakum to D A and On 11a
Yates, rise mtge.
D A Yates and wife to F M Mur
phy, deed, west 95 feet of lots 19. 21
and 23. blk 9. Prescott.
Pine Mountain Gold Mn'e Co files I
a of a work on Pine Mountain Nos 1,
2 and 3 mines, Walker dist.
P L Poyzer locates five mines and
i mill site. Black Rock dist.
Certificate of organization of Pike's
Peak mining dist, in soutnern part of
AEMSOF&D Co, bv sheriff,
to Brown Bros, certificate" of sale5
Lone Pine mine. Big Bug dist.
Jos Dougherty to E E Towuer,
lis pen. to foreclose mtge deed on
Gold Leaf, et al.
MorrisR Parker to Wm Baird dead,
one half of Paymaster mine. Big
C. T. Riblet locates Teller mine.
Thos Williams locates Don Quartz
mine, Weaver dist.
Wm Button and wife to Button G
M Co, deed, five mines. Tiger dist.
Jeff Best and P Diskin locate three
mines. Black Hills dist.
Mrs Y L Swigert to A H Mitchell,
deed, of Independence mine, Walk
er l lis); S25.
A H Mitchell locates mine, Walker
W W Wood and wife to State Mut
ual B & L assu, mtg, lot fi. blk 1,
John Moore locates
White Picacho dist.
Chas Thompson files a of a w on
numerous mines, Castle Creek, Black
Rock and Humbug dists.
R L Brady to Annie M Dennett,
mtg. adobe build aud stock of mdse
. rv,.,. . C7vi
B Glore and S.D Gardone locate
mines, Blue Tank dist.
X L Griffin to Wm Gronland, lease,
50x150 ft of Goliah mine. Walker
dist: f 40.
Wm Applebee and J P Xooter lo-
cate mine, Walker (list.
G W Parker locates mine, Bif? Bug
dint. T J Carrigan files
a BJ rjaj
nunc, alker dist.
John Magf,'iora. as";tiee. to Florence I
Whitehead, rise mtg.
Frank J C'ristini to Perrone, Fi
Anselmo and A C'ristini, deed to three
mines in Verde dist.
Edgar W Camp to Denver Group
(v A; (' Co, deed to Denver grout . i
Blue Tank dist
Clara E (vantage to Edgar W j
Camp, deed to Denver yroup, Blue
J B Callen, by attorney, to J H
Hise, bill for deed to Big Rebel mine
and the mine site. Walnut Grove
B-B Co., B N Fredericks and A A
Moore to J H Hise, bill for deed to
three mines in Walnut Grove dist.
I A Moore, R A Tuckey and E W
French to J H Hise, bill to deed for
three mines iu Walnut Grove dist.
G M Willard locates two mines in
E W Wells and Ed Hall locate
Nugget mine. Martinez dist.
H C Tyler and S M Boblett locate
two mines in Walker dist.
Phillip Monreal locates Republican
mine. Agua Fria dist.
W F Somes and C F Morrell lo
cates Denver mine, Weaver dist.
L D Phillips and C R Loomis lo
cates five mines, Black Hills dist.
R B Houghton and Wm Maders
locate Iron King mine, Hassayarnpa
W B Snyder and J D Loper locate
Iola mine. Black Hills dist.
A A Johus. J P Dillon, H Brisley
and F E Jones vs Heury Lemon, at
tachment on Lightweight mine. Big
Resolutions of Condolence.
Whereas, The Divine Ruler of all
has called from our midst our be
loved brother, Herbert Warner Pent
land, a charter member of Prescott
lodge, B. P. O. E., No. 330; and
Whereas, Our departed brother
was known throughout our commun
ity as a young man of most excellent
qualities, a loving son, a devoted
brother and an upright citizen. Now,
therefore, be it
Resolved, That this lodge has suf
fered and irreparable loss; and, be it
Resolved, That to his bereaved and
afflicted mother, father, brothers and
sisters, we tender our sincere6t sym
pathy and condolence; and, be it
Resolved, That a copy of these
mui 1 nf wnc in-, cnrn'iil M w r (Via min.
ute8 of nd published in
! th newspapers of this city, and that
a copy hereof be pres ,ited to the
family of cur
A. Gi .nt,
Sam L. Pattee,
Panama's Advantages Over Nicaragua
; The Panama canal is in totally
i'mrent condition from what it was
at the format'on of the new company
io 1894. Its work has been continu
ous and nch in results. Ihe plans
are perfected, based on a thorough
i understanding of the subject. The
Chuck ; route now presents no serious diffi
icultv from an engineering point of
view. The concessions are ample,
and good progress has been made in
actual construction. A parallel rail
road, the existance of numerous quar
ters for laborers, and a considerable
! supply of tools, are available for im
rt. J. ' .
mediate resumption of work on a
frrand scale. As cnninnred with its
most formidable rival, nature has civen
( a route only about a quarter as long
and requiring only about half the
i number of locks; an exemption from
' about fifty miles of river navitration
which cannot but he dangerous to
great ocean steamers bv reason of
very bad curvature and troublesome I ecuiea ana nieu wun me commis
fogs and winds; and, lastly, harbors sion prior to the hour of closing
which have aided in making it the
iavorue transit route since me Span
ish occupation five hundred years ago
meeting all the demands of com
merce heretofore, and admitting of
future improvements at moderate ex
pense, should such liecome desirable.
It seetns clear that if the two canals
were opened to navigation there could
be no commercial competition be-
j tween them, taking into account the
Uelavs and the costs hv transit, in- '
eluding tolls, tugs for steering, etc..
and insurance rates. - Gen. H. L. j
Abbot, in The Engineering Magazine
The Goat Business.
To Hon. W. H. Hardy, of Mineral
Park, Mohave county, is due the
credit of introducing the Arizona goat
industry into Arizona. In the sum
mer of 1 875 he purchased a herd of
five or six thousand, one-half and
three-quarter breed goats, in Fresno
county, California. They were ship
ped by rail to Caliente, then the ter
minus of the San Joaquin valley R.
R. R., now the Southern Pacific.
They were driven over the Tehachipi j
mountains to the edtre of the Mohave
; desert, thence across that iuhospita-
ble stretch to the Colorado river. He
had five or six men along to care for
the goats, and he carried along a
movable corral in which the auimals
were confined at night. The corral
was of canvass, three feet wide, and
was supported at regular intervals
by iron pins driven into the ground.
He had remarkable luck iu crossing
tlie dfsfrts not lrwintr a Qiriirlu .ri.-o
until hp u-nt to th r'olnr-.ulo The
j drives were necessarily short, as the
i goats could not be pushed rapidly,'
; and everything went along all right
until the rivei was approached. The :
jr?ate smelled the water, and as they ;
' ha1 bw'n two 1a-TK without, they j
I stampeded for the river, and nothing '
' EE them" ggg.
vvh.ch were pretMpitous, they
P,le on,toP "f each oth": and. H
nundretl of them were either drowned
or smothered. The remainder were
i driven to union pass, aud turned I
loose. Thev furnished meat for a
long time to travelers, under the
guise of mountain sheep. Ex.
A tae carrying- paasensers
ami express will leave Pres
cott daily, except Sundays,
from Ed. Rlock'x Clothing
Store, and from F. H. Bald
win's Fruit Store, for the fol
lowing points on GROOM
Honte Christo. Empire, Slack's,
Monahan's, Hidnight Test and
A, c c"r promptly amended to
Returning win aril.. rom Oroom Creek
Comet Grill Room
PETE & SING, Props.
I ... i i it i o ... ,
ivuncn, irom u a. m. to i p. m. .iocts.
Dinner. 4 to 8 p. m. 25c and 35c.
Short OntersTt All Hours
Fine Dutch Lunches and all kinds
of ('old Lunches served. Service .
First Class. Your patronage is so
licited. 'A lxttle of whiskey for nit-dici I IV
Belmont 1 1 vear old
r Bora. rn
DIVIDENDS FOR 1901.
Venturis Show an Especially
Mining ventures and allied corpor
ations show much better balance
sheets for 1901 than for 1900, a condi
tion of affairs that is especially cheer
ing to investors in mining stocks. In
all $161,699,000 was paid in dividends
by mining, metallurgical and allied
companies, a large portion of which
was realized from the actual demand
and excellent prices which ruled
during the year. Very naturally the
Standard Oil Company was the
single corporation which paid the
heaviest divideuds of the year $46,
460,000 or 48 per cent on its out
standing capital stock. The United
States Steel corporation was second.
with dividends amounting to $27.
968, t24 on the issued common and
the preferred stock, which earns 7
On the other hand those mines pro-
! ducing lead make a splendid show
ingintue list, in all Vp companies
which produce lead, including those
which produce that metal in conjuuc
tion with precious metals silver,
gold and zinc paid $1 1,7(2,000.
Assistant Printer, Railway Mail
The U. S. civil service commiB
sion announces that on February
19, 1902, an examination will be
held at the places mentioned in the
accompanying list, for the position
of assistant printer in the railway
The examination will consist of
spelling, arithmetic, letter writing,
penmanship, copying from plain
copy, correcting proof, practical
Age Omit, 18 to 35 vears.
Only persons who are at least 5
feet 6 inches in height and weigh at
least 1 Jo pounds, and who are ab
solutely free from physical defects,
i will be examined. The medical
i certificate in application form 304
must be executed.
From the eligibles resulting from
this examination it is expected
that certification will be made to
the position of assistant printer,
second division, railway mail ser
vice, New York, at a salary of $700
per annum and to other similar
vacancies as they may occur.
This examination is open to all
citizens of the United States who
comply with the requirements.
Competitors will be rated without
regard to any consideration other
than the qualifications shown in
their examination papers, and eli
gibles will be certified strictly in
accordance with the civil service
law and rules .
Persons who desire to compete
should at once apply either to the
secretary of trie local board of ex
I -miners" st the nla.-es mentioned in
i if1.'1 T"
. -i '. ir
civil service commission, Wash
1 1 1 1 it . 1,1
D. C, for application form
304, which should be properly ex-
business on February 8
If You'r Sick
And have need for drugs or
medicines of any kind, or if
you have a prescription you
want filled by the most ex
pert pharmacists and from
the purest drugs, go to the
And you may be sure that
you will not be disappointed.
You will also find our stock of
Etc., is the most complete in
Our Prices are Right.
MISS BELLE REYNOLDS
119 South Cortez St., Prescott, Ariz
FtyWill Call at residences.
The manner in which your plumbing
is done may have a great deal to do
with the health of yourself and fam
ily. Therefore have it done by a
THE RIGHT WORK
AT THE RIGHT PRICE!!!
Office aad Sample Room, Under Hotel
Burke, Prescott. Arizona.
JUST ARRIVED. The most ele
gant and varied assortment, all of
Latest styles, ever ieen m frescott.
My Millinery Department is now
under the management ofjfjijtjl
An artistic milliner, formerly head
trimmer of the Savoy of San Fran
cisco. Can Trim Hat to becoaie
any Features. Have also just re
ceived a complete Une of J J
Stylish Shirt Waists,
Mrs. R R Blaine
Mr. Cleveland refers to the Bryan
heresy which was infused into his
party in 18 and J.900 as an "af
flictive visitation." Mr. Cleveland
is never at a loss for a descriptive
Members of congress from the
Pacific coast are deeply interested
in the construction of a Chinese
wall around the I'nited State only
this wall is to keep the Chinese on
Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., a pupil
at the school at Gorton, Mass., dis
misses the subject of his relation
ship to the president in these
words: "Of course I'm glad my
father is president, but I don't see
why I should be bothered about
A remarkable evidence of the es
teem in which President McKinley
was held by the working people
was afforded in Homestead, Pa.,
recently. The majority of the em
ployes of all grades contributed
half a day's pay to the McKinley
The director of railroads and
mines of Shan-Se, China, has ap
pealed, through Minister Conger at
Pekin, to American capitalists to
invest in the railroads of Shan-Se
province. He says that since their
recent troubles the Chinese prefer
to deal with Americans, as they
have greater confidence in their
W. J. Bryan says he believes
that the democratic platform in
1904 will contain the same finan
cial plank as did the platform of
1900. It may, but we imagine
that Mr. Bryan is one of the very
few persons in the United States
who believes it.
The Dingley tariff bill contains
a reciprocity clause which was in
tended to render unnecessary any
immediate change by congress of
the provisions of the bill. There
are those who pronounce any at
tempt to meet new conditions by
means of the reciprocity clause a
violation of the protection policy,
but they are In grave error.
The condition of general busi
ness throughout the United States
in the past year was reflected in a
striking way by the extension, the
income and the solvency of the
railroads. The addition made to
the mileage of main track in the
year was in the 'neighborhood of
5,000 miles, which is a larger figure
than had been scored in any other
single year since 1890. The gross
earnings of the roads of the coun
try which have reported to Dunn's
agency for the year were approxi
mately $1,400,000,000, which was a
gain for the same roads of 10.7 per
cent over 1900, and a gain of 20
per cent over 1.899. These roads
comprise seven-eights of the entire
mileage oi the country, and are
fairly representative of the aggre
gate of the lines.
A representative of the German
navy who recently visited Ameri
can shipbuilding plants reports to
the emperor that he found in this
country "a splendid body of work
men earning wages from 30 to 50
per cent higher than those paid in
Great Britain and 100 per cent
higher than those paid on the con
tinent." What most impressed
him in this country was the large
use of labor-saving machinery, es
pecially of the pneumatic boring;
hammering and riveting machines,
which, while familiar in the United
States are almost unknown in
Europe. He adds that materials
for the construction of steel ships
are lower here than in any other
FRAHES TO ORDER.
FRAMES TO FIT.
Not merely joined together but made to
suit the picture and set it off to best ad
vantage. Our Frame Judgment
is recognised by those who desire the best
effect, and don't want to pay an exorbitant
price for the finished frame.
Qurtey St., Prescott.
W. W. Wood
Plaster and Cement Work.
OTIS BLOCK. "PHONE 55.
For all First-Class
Articles in Confec
tionery and Fruitj
Lunch and Oyster Parlors;
RYBON & COMER.
i l i l i l i l i i i i l i i i r t i i i i i i i t i i i i
tt"ncler this heading will be found Mis.
ceTuineoas Advertising, such as Houses and
Hooms for Kent. For haie, Ixjnt and round.
Situations Wanted, Etc., Etc.. Etc.
HOUSES AND ROOiS TO RENT
For RentThree furnished rooms.
Inquire at 425 Beach avenue. West
For rent -Two comfortable front
rooms, one block from plaza; rent
reasonable. Mrs. Addie Harris, 212
East Goodwin street. s 11 tf
For Rent Centrally located, finely
furnished parlor lied room; electric
lights; 515 per month, includes heat
during winter; permanent tenant
only. Inquire E. J. F. Horne.
For rent Elegantly furnished sun
ny rooms in good locality at reasona
ble rates. Call on G. W. Reese, east
side of plaza. tf
For sale -l.WO pounds of good
babbitt metal. For price apply at
this office. tf
One thousand pounds of old type
babbitt metal. Will be sold in quan
tities to suit. Apply at Journal -Min
LOST AND FOUND.
Found A bunch of keys. Owner
can have same by calling at this of
SITUATIONS WANTED- HELP WANTED
Wanted Position by lady exper
leuced in stenography, typewriting
and general omce work. Address
Box 26, Hemet, California. Jan. 17-6
Wanted Man and wife want situa
tion as cook. Man to do any kind of
work. Address D. C. Smith, Pres
cott, Ariz. 1 15-6t
Help Wanted- - Good cook in pri
vate family. Apply at this office, tf
anted, position as engineer or
hoist man. Can keep in repair and
run any kind of engine. Address
F. L. Thompson, Johnson house,
C Cl TL XT TV i " f
rur oaie mr .vcw x-Minesuc
Sewing machines rented and
repaired; supplies for all ma
chines. J. S. Elstner. 214 west
Gurley street, Prescott. Oct 4-tf. i
Furnished House Wanted.
Responsible party desires to rent a
furnished house with five or more
rooms. Address P. O. Bov. 4.V2. tf
John Derr has just received from
the east the finest stock of nntiorteil
and domestic woolens ever nveived in
Prescott. Call and see him aud order
your fall suits now.
Am4 Belcter. Props.
Wm Side of PUi.
Everything; New & First Class.
sun rt. ran i
WITH THE SANTA FE 3Y.TE1
Is the shortest and quickest route between
Phoenix. Kansas City, St. Louis. Chicago
and all Eastern points.
THROrGH TIME TABLE.
No. 7' No 1
2 43a f0 OOTVlv .
2 lip 10 S0a lv
6 40a 4 15a lv.
I So. j No.
arlTtda 9 OOp
IV 45p s nn
lv lil :v
r lo Isai
IV S 25a,
ar 10 rr.l
. La 'nnta
10 4Aa 7 10 lv
9 25p S SSp lv
1 Oftp 12 lOp ar.
1 30p 12 :p lv
U 30a I Jin If
7 00a ar.
12 45p ar
2 2Sa lv.
S .Us ilv
5 &5p isr.
. . BsrMow .
Ivl 1 tOr.1 f 10s
lv; 8 30a 7 lOp
lv S .irtl 3 Sfm
2 Ills 1 i
So. 4 Chicago Ltd. t fali'aa Ltd
Tues and rrl Mon and Thnrs
Fri 4 OOp lv... Los Auk"1u
10 lp.lv Rsrstnw 'v
Sat 10 36a lv ... Ami Fork . lv
j 2.p V el
ill 4Sp lv. . Albuquerque lv I u' Weil
8nn 9 22a lv TrinMsA lv 2Tr. Tries
57a lr La Junta It 3 i. p Tnes
I OOp sr
. . . Denver
. . Cniraao. .
lv 2 00a
lv 1 OPp
i 2 15p,ar
GRAM) CANON RY.
No 10 Daily
700pm Lv . ..WillUmsT TT ".
7 30pm Red Lake
k 20pm Valle
rpm Anita Junction
9 2trpm Apex
1000pm Ar ilrand Canon I
II . am
LOCAL TIME TaBU..
So. 1 Smtlibnunil
I !to.2 Northbound
Fork r ? ivi
S 30p lv.
V)p lv Jerome Junction .
lv 12 S7a
lv'! I S7a
7 20p PA K Junotion
7 llpjar Prescott ...
9 24p lv.
10 sap lv.
11 2p lv.
11 .wp lv
1 12a lv.
12 lOp lv
Kirkland lv io i'4
ronrress Junction . lv s Ula
wickenburg lv s 02a
Hot Springs Junction.
lv 7 Ilia
. Ivi lis
lv "i iOa
. - - io 40a
1 v 10 l.TS
.if 9 4."
lv s .ins
it 11 25a
.lr 0 bOa
P. A E. R K
. . . Cherrv I'reek
12 DAp lv
12 S7p lv
i iisp ar rresrott
No. 5 C. V. 4 P R. R.
11 25a lv Jerome
1 aopiar Jerome Junction
Por time at other local stations call on
Connections. Jerome .inaction wHh C V. 4
r. Ky lor Jerome; r. .t t. Junction with i & E.
R. R. for Huron and Mayer; Mayer with stage
to Crown King and other mining points: Pres.
11 .llh .1... linn, Inr.M Ih. nHm.ln.1 min.
I ing ramps; Conre Junction with st.te lina
for Congress, Harqua Hala, Stanton and Yar-
nell: Hot Springs
i junction witn c. i . s. i. i
Co.. for Castle Creek Hot Springs, the all year
round health resort; Phenix with the V. A P.
4 S. R. V. railroads for points on the s. I . ys
P. E. HOWE City Ticket Agent.
United Verde & Pacific Ry.
To take eftert Nov . li. 1900.
in Tl -3 : t
Mul Mxd narioNa Mi l BM
II '- rum I I. .rom.. a 4'VmII Vu
I S 6 30s First View d S7s in 57a 1
m 7 06s Horse Shoe H It's 10 4i'a
lzJOp 7 25s Bodkin 10a 10 Ma ,
2 top r ' Summit 7 43 9V'
2 52p 7 57 DVit 7 80 B)a (
ljBpl a, ....... J. Jc'fn 1 Tli 9 0Oa
l onneetlons t Jerome Junetlon:
No. 1 connects with 9. F. P. A P. No I tor all
points east and west vl Ash Fork: lso with 1
No 3, south bound freight.
No. S connects with S. F P. . P. No. 1 foi
all points south: also No. 1, north bourn!
Passengers arriving ftt Jerome Junction from
the south on SF P r No 2 snd from the north
,.n Kn 3 maVu Hirttut HAnllMtlnn. f . ' . Tu r.m. ,,,,
our irin No. 4. and thos from the north no 8.
FPaF No. 1 reach Jerome ths following morn.
on oor No it.
1401. t. Huttisai,
o sastsl PatNBgar Agent .
Articles of Incorporation
untarv Miies Company.
The undersigned corporators hereby incor-
poraic tne UEni tin ai.AiiS uuarA.M.
having its principal place oi busineat at
Prescott. Vaviiuni i-ounty. Arizona, and the
general nature of the business proposed to
be carried on is acquiring, operating and
disposing of mines; extracting precious and
ther metals from the proonet of mines, ami
buying, selling ud disiaeing of its stock, the
stock of other coriwrations. and of all char
acter of mineral property and the products
thereof. The capital stock shall be Fixe
Thousand Dollars divided into tne Thous
and shares of one dollar each, and the sub
scription therefor paid in full by conveyance
and delivery of real and personal property
and money. Trie date of the commence
ment of this corporation shall be the 1-th
day of December. 1901. and the termination
of the corporation shnll be at 12 o'clock, noon
twenty-live years thereafter. The directors
shall be twoand the officers shall be a president
and secretary. E. M. Sanford is named the
president and a director, and R. K. Shoe
maker the secretary and a director, until the
neit innual election and until their succes
sors are elected and qualified. The annual
election shall occur on the fourth Monday of
December in each year. The private prop
erty of stockholders shall be exempt from
the payment of corporate debts.
Witness our hands this 12th day of Decem
E. M. Sanford.
R. K. Shoemaker.
Territory of Arizona, I
County of Yavapai, i
Before me. P. J. Farley. notary public
in and for the county and Territory afore
said, on this day personally appeared
E. M. Sanford and R. K. Shoemaker,
known to me to be persons who subscribed
the above instrument, aad severally ac
knowledged to me that they executed the
same for the purposes therein expressed.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my I
hand and affixed my official seal this 12th
day of Demeraber, 1901.
Notorial Seal. P. J. Farley.
My commission expires Dec. 14, 1904.
Recorded at request of R. K. Shoemaker
December 12, 1901, at 11 o'clock a. m., in
Book 5, Articles of Incorporation, pages ....
Records of County Ricorder's office, Yava
pai county. Arizona.
First publication Dec. 18. w
(H. B. 112.)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Las d Omrc at Puhcott, Arizona.
January 3. 1902. i
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has hied 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 Thursday, February IS. 11102,
via: Edward Jones H. E. 1132 for the NW lA
of SWi4 of Sec 24. Twp 14 N. R 4 E.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and cultiva
tion of. said land, via:
John Wood. W. I Johnson. W. F. Hutch
eson. W. A. Jones, all of Camp Verde. Ariz.
FREDERICK A. TRITLE, JR..
First publication Jan. 8 W
Department of the Interior. General Land
Office, Washington. D. C. December 7,
1901. Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids, directed to the commissioner of the
nnral Jj,nA MtW will h. r-iverf hv th
Receieiver of Public Moneys at the C. S.
Land Office nt Prescott. Arizona, up to. and
including the 27th day of February. 1902. for
the purchase under the provisions of the act
of June 4. 1897 (30 Stat., 34-36) of all the
J a aJ - - - 'l U asenaBkaaJBanaai ..f
I ijT1IU! timber over 12 inches in diameter as
: shall amount in all to 300.GU) feet of lumber
and 6.000 cords of wood, to be cut and token
from the following named mining claims
said to be owned by the Penn Gold Mining
Co.. in what is known as the Walker Mining
District, in the Preecott Forest Reserve in
the state of Arizona: "Manhattan,"
"Nancy Nanks" "Gypsy Queen," "Arch"
Sultan" "Tomboy." "American Eagle"
and "North Star." containing about 280
neres - ulrir. nnrin t he following nnsnrveved
land, approximately sections 17. 18. 19 and
20. T. 13 N., R. 1 W., more particularly de-
. scribed as a tract of land lying along the
' Walker road and the gulches tributary tbere
I to. and between what is known as Benjamin
' gulch and LynxCreek. Xobids less than S1.00
per thousand feet for timber or lees than
j cents per cord for wood will be considered.
If green wood suitable for timber shall be
I cut into cord wood it must be paid for at the
rate of 40cects per cord of 128 cubic feet. A
; deposit of $603.00 must accompany each bid.
1 Within 30 days after date of notice of award
the successful bidder must furnish sarisfac-
tory bonds for twice the amount of his bid
and sign a contract binding him to obey the
regulations of this department and the in
structions of the forestry officer in charge of
the work under this sale. Payment in full
must be made within 30 days of date of
I notice of award or if the bidder so elect at
the time of making bid, the full amount may
be paid in three equal payments in 30. tiO.
1 90 day respectively from date of notice of
' award. No timber will be cut until marked
1 by the officer in charge and none will be
removed from his custody until measured,
taken account of and paid for in full. Liv
' ine trees less than 12 inches in diameter at 3
1 feet above the ground must not be cut.
Living trees not marked must not be cut.
All parts of eech marked tree, sound enough
for timber or wood must be used and ac
counted for. The tops, brush and rubbish
must be disposed of promptly, as the cutting
proceeds under the direction of the forest
officer in charge of the work. lurchasers
will be required to exercise the necessary
care to preserve the remaining timber from
injury as far as possible. Timber on valid
mining or other claims, excepting those
above mentioned in this advertisement as
belonging to the 1'enn Mining company
will be reserv -d from sale. Timber unsold
may be purchased on the presentation of
petition tbenfor within one year without
further advertisement. lurchasers failing
to remove timber within one year from date
o' notice of award forfeit purchase money
ami riffm io iinioer uureinoteu uuirw un
ssaBasaoai of time is granted. The right to
and right to timber unremoved unless an
reject any and nil bids is reserved. BingT
Hermann, t oniiiiisMoner.
First publication January i, 11101. W
MINE WARNING NOTICES!
1 The undersigned, owner of the Delta min
iingelnim. situnted in HassHyampii minirut
distiict. hiiviug Nnuied the sa'iie will not be
' responsible for any debts contracted against
t mid property during the time of said bond.
Jan. 1. ISO.'. J. S. Atkin .
The undersigned. vner of Profusion
mining claims, situ;.'- d in T51u. Taek min
ing district, having Bonded Ihe mine v ill not
be responsible for any lehts contracted
against mid property uuri:.g il lime of said
bond. John EBBS.
Oct. It. 1901. 11-1-01
BIG Bl'ti SMKLJ'.:i..
Notice is hereby civen ktM the Arizona
Eastern A Montana Smelting Ore Puivh.is-
ing and IX'Veloptiiei
r.iinKinv has leased I
the Boggs inini. smelter and tape line, and
that the undersigned will in no way be re-
nsible for debts contracted in operating
COMMERCIAL MIN1NC CO..
J. S. Douglas, Agent.
Octobc 27. 1899.
Notice is hereby given that the Homestead
mine, located in the Walker mining district,
is now being worked under a bond, and that
the undersigned, owtier of mid mine, will
not be responsible for any labor, accident or
debts of the same which may accrue during
the period of mid bond.
Prescott. Arizona. Jan. 8, 1900.
Notice is hereby given that the Silver Belt
mine, located in the Agua Fria Mining Dis
nct. is now being worked under bond and
lease, and the owners of mid property nor
the DroDt rtv itseit. win not ne resDoaauuBS
tor .USV UcniS Colli niCK-U Mtiaml miuprop-
erty during the time of mid bond,
MRS. F. A. BASHFORD.
Ml lit! mi Kl M.
I'rescott. Arizouu. May --J. 1901.
NIGHT HAWK. Et Al.
The underciifiirtl. owner of the Night
Hnwk. White Hawk, and Scottish Chief min
tuK claims, and NUfht Hawk mill site, situat
ed in Pine timve district, Yavapai county.
Arizona, having bunded the same, will not
be responsible for any debt contracted
ag not said property during the time of said
JAM B M ARSHALL.
I'rescott. Arisona. Feb. 1. 1SC0.
STANDARD AMI BUSTKR.
Netire is hereliv giv.-n that thi- Hfamlani i
I tallies, located in the Pine
lirove district. Hradshaw mountains, are now
being worked under bond and lease, and that
the owners of the same will not be responsible
'or any lbnr, ai-cident, or debts of the same
ari-rued under the terms of the leae.
J. A. Foasn.
Hay B IrW.
ONTARIO OROUFOF MINES.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigued
are the owners of the Ontario group of
mines, locnt. .! in Black Hills mining dis
trict, and that we will not be responsible for
any debts contracted for labor or otherwise
against said mining claim by parties work
ing the said Ontario group.
WW Mauds 4: Co.
jVvssaott, Art sons, April 1, 1901
fEPARTXENT OF THE INTERIOR, Gen
eral Land Office. Washington, D. 0.
November 29. 1901. Notice is hereby given
that sealed bids directed to the Commission
er of the General Land Office will be receiv
ed by the Receiver of Public Money, at the
I". S. Land Office at Preecott. Arizona, up
to and including the 22rd day of January.
lrj. for the purchase ander the I Ml
of the Act of June 4. 1S97. i 'JO Stat. 34-3(1,
of all dead timber sound enough for timber
or wood and a sufficient amount of mature
living timber 12 inchesand upwards in diam
eter to make with the dead timber 100.000 feet,
board measure, of mining timbers and 3000
cords of wood , to be cut from certain min
ing claims of the Cash Mini-Company known
as taj "Sudden Wealth." "Fuxare Refer
ence.' N.-t Hfgr' and "Safe Investment"
and the sloies nd ridg'je to the east and
southea-t "f -u. Ii i-iai ins. all within the limits
of tha Priewtl Forest Reserve. Arizona. So
bid of ii se than $1.00 per thousand feet for
timber sound enough for mining timbers,
and 2Sc per cord for wood will be consider
ed : a deposit of $200.00 must accompany
each bid and payment in full for the timber
awarded must be made within 30 dan from
date of notice of award or may if bidders so
elect at time ' of making bid be mads in
equal payments within :. t and 90 days rs-
spectively from the date of such notice. Wo
living timber less than 12 inches in diameter
will be allowed to be cut : all of every tree
deud or living, sound enough for timber or
wood, must be cut and accounted for and the
brush and rubbish must be piled for burning
under th? direction of the officer in chargs
No living timber will be cut until marked for
rutting by the officer in charge and none
will be removed from his custody until
measured, token account of and paid Mr in
full. No more ground will be cut over than
is neccsoary to realize the amount of timber
requmd and no living timber will be cut out
. side the boundaries of the mining claims
named unless it is necessary to cut suns to
realize the full amount specified. Timber
on valid mining or other claim, than the
claims mentioned will be exempted from
sale. Timber unsold may be purchased on
presentation of petition therefor within one
year without further advertisement. Pur
chasers failing to remove timber awarded
within one year from date of notice of award
forfeit purchase money and right to timber
un removed unless an extension of time is
granted. The right to reject any and all bids Is
reserved. Dinger Hermann, Comma
First publication Dec. 18. w
Application For a Patent.
C. S. Land Office.
Prescott, Ariz.. Jan. 4 1902.
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance
to the Act of Congress approved May 10,
the Bed Rock Mining Company, try
Geo. Wood, attorney-in-fact, whose post
office is Prescott. Yavanai county, Arizona,
has made application for a United States
patent for 1442 linear feet on the GoidsB
Fleece No. 2 lode claim. 1486 feet on Golden
Fleece No. 1 ; I486 feet of Golden Fleece No.
4. ben ring gold, silver and copper. Mineral
Survey No. 1589. situated in the Walker min
ing district. Yavapai county, Arizona, aad
described in the official plat and field note,
on rile in the office of the register of ths
Prescott Land District. Arizona, as follow. i
GOLDEN FLEECE NO. 2 LODE
Beginning at cor 1 the nw cor of the lento
where a Dorphvrv stone 4x10x24 inches at set
1 12 inches in the ground chiseled G f No
! 2-1-1589 with mound of stone, alongside,
whence cor to sees 4, 5. 32 and 33. tps 12 ana
l31n, rlw. GtfcSR meridian bears a 37 de
grees 01 min e 2236.3 feet. A spruce tree 3s
1 J: . : i 1 o 4. r -P .
lucnes in uiameier ernueu a. i. u, r . ,.v.
B. T. G.
! 2-l-lo89 brs n 4 deg. 15 min t, 23 test. Cor
f location brs n 52 deg e 59 feet. No other
bearings available. Thence 30 deg e 578 ft
j J" " ? identical with the loranoB-
1 Hence s ho deg min aW3 It to eor .o a.
identical with location. Thence 57 deg 22
min w 826 ft to cor No 4. identical
of location. Thence n 30 deg w 578 ft TO oor
No 5. identical with location. Thence n 59
deg 25 min e 736 ft to cor no 6. identical
with location. Thence n 62 deg 17 min e rtjS
ft to cor No 1. the place of beginning.
GOLDEN FLEECE NO. 1 LODE-
Beginning at cor No 1 identical with eor
of location, whence cor to sees 4. 5. 32 and
33. tps 12 aud 13 n. r 1 w, G S R meridian
brs n 31 deg 51 a 3762 ft. Thence a 41 deg
21 min w 1486 ft to cor No 2, identical with
cor of location. Thence n 30 deg w 530 ft to
cor No 3. identical with cor of location.
Thence n 39 deg 37 min e 1501.9 ft to cor No
! 4. identical with cor of location. Thence.
j 30 deg e 578 ft to cor No 1. the place of be-
GOLDEN FLEECE NO. LODE.
Beginning at cor No 1. identical with cor
of location and with cors No 1 and 4 of Gold
en Fleece No 1 and Golden Fleece No. 3 rs
spectively and with cor No. 3 of Survey No
12W. Golden Fleece No 3, whence cob to sees
4. 5. H and 33. tps 12 and 13 n. r 1 w, G 8
R meridian brs n 31 deg 31 min s 37VS feet-.
Thence s 41 deg 21 min w 148S ft to cor No 2
identical with cor of location. Thenee
deg 25 min e 47B ft to cor No 3. Thence a 45
deg irj min e 1447 ft to cor No 4. identical
with ear of location. Then n 24 deg 25 min
w S78 ft to cor No 1. the place of beg in rung.
Variation 14 deg e at all corners,
Total area Ciolden Fleece No 2. 18.B01
Less area in conflict with survey (
No 1174 Homestead lode 021
Less afea in conflict with survey
No 129". Golden Fleece No 2.
N E Fraction 1.03S Acres
Net area of Golden Fleece No 2. 17.540
Total area Golden Fleece No 1.. 17.904
Less area in conflict with survey
No 1317. Eberhart lode 2.510
Net area Golden Flesce No 1. . . 15-39
Total net area Golden Flew
Ha 4 lfi.394
Total net area of lode claims. 4r' .I.'
Adjoining Claim.-i Survey No 1474. Snow
dower lode, lies ne of Golden Fleece No 2;
Survey No 1298. Golden Fleece No 3, lies se
of Golden Fleets No J. and ne of Golden
Wees No 4 lodes : Survey No 1174. Home
stead lode, lies nw of Golden Fleece No 2,
and Survey No 1:17. Eberhart lode, lies nw
of Golden Fleece No 1 lode.
Ledges Ledce on Golden Fleece No 2
runs from No 1 tunnel s fiO deg 30 min w 52
KandutiOdeg :l in in e. 1390 ft. Ledge oav
Golden Fleece No 1 runs from tunnel Jfo 1 a
41 dejr 30 min e. -4 ft. anil s 41 deg 3f min w.
1 1 1 ft. Ledge on Gordon Fleece No 4 runs
from n. on at the center of the north end-
i iroxu inm al ine c
Dxus ? 41 deg w ltJ" f:
Notice of locatio1
n the t'.imity ! n
ceunty. Arizona. "
of cburos are of record
let's office of Yavapai
boots of mines as fol-
lows: i i.iui- . rie--i
Nu 1. book .js. page
4HK: Bu deal rissve No -'. lok 37. page 528:
(olden Hecce No !. in .. page S9e.
Anv and all persoi" holding adverse et
thereto are requirxl to present the same be
fore this office within siity daysof the first
publ eatioa h. noi. or they will be barred by
the pr.o iaissM of the fuited States Statutes.
F. A. TRITLE. Jr., Register.
First publication. Jan. t. 1902. W
Estao of Louis Beckc. deceased.
Notice Is hereby giveu by the undersigned,
i xivutor of thi estate of Louis Bee ke. de
ceased, to the creditors of and all persons
haviiui claims against the mid deceased, to
exhiHt them with the necessary vouchers.
thin four months after the first publica
tion of this notice to the mid executor at
Prescott. Arizona, the mine being the place
for the transaction of the business of said
estate, in mid county of Yavapai.
J. M. W. Moore.
Executor of the estate of Louis Becke. de
Dated this 4th day of January. 1902.
First publication January 8, 1902. 4tw
H E 1102.
Notice For Publication.
Laud office at tYsBBatt, Arizona Jan. 3.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler lias bled notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that suid proof will be made be
fore the Register and receiver at I'rescott,
Arizona, on Thursday. February 1902,
viz: William A. Jones. H. E. 1102, for the
N , of NW :4. SW kj of HWW, Sec. 25, SW
. of SW -4 . S,v. 24, Twp. H X. RI E.
He lutiuesthe tollouing witnesses to prove
his wntiriatsus residence upon, and cnltiva-
tion of. shrI land, viz:
John Wood of Camp Verde, Aria.
W. I. Johnson ' " " "
W. F. Hutcheson " " " "
Ed. Jones " " " '
Frederick A. Tritle. jr..
First publication Jan. I W
H. E. 1115.
Notice For PuMicatcon.
Land fflce at
I'rescott. Arizona, Jan. ,
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of hia
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the Register and Receiver at Prescott.
Arizona, on Thursday. February 13, 1902.
viz: John Wood. H. E. 1115. for the SW i.
NE !4 . and lots 2 and a. Sec 25. twp 14 N. ft
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and cultiva
tion of. .i:i! land, viz:
W. A. Jones. of Camp Verde. Aria.
Edwin Jones. '
James Smith M M
Frank Hart "
VREDKRU'K A. TRITLE. .!..
First pvjblitlnn, Jn