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We are all liable to make
mistakes, but the Bif; Mis
take of your life will be the
neglect in not wearing a
Chest Protector. $
They may save your
and the eost is very smal
50c to $3.00
Fen S. Hildreth, 2
Hotel Burke Corner
YOU ' LL FIND IT AT
Brisley Drug Co.'s.
R. Baehr for house painting and
paper hanging. Telephone Nos. ; uaugnier omy a lew montDs old.
168 and 97. tf j Rufus McCrory, who was punc-
I tured iu El Paso by Ed Zieger with a
Hello, central, No. 2. please Brisley , sword-cane, shot and killed a man re
Drug company, tf centlv at Port Worth, when he was
Have yon seen those lovelv shirt em ployed as a barkeeper.
. 1 di; - .
w.s ome . u
Call and see Mrs. Blaine's stock of
fall millinery. tf
Oysters, coffee and lunch at Shu-
mate & Raible's. tf
Oysters, coffee and lunch at Shu
mate & Raible's. tf
DR. F. M. METZGAR. DENTIST,
COOK BUILDING, PRESCOTT.
PHONE 259. tf
Drink Heekin's Magnolia" Coffeex
For sale by The Bashf ord-Burmister''
Oysters cooked in all styles at Shu
mate & Raible's coffee parlors, tf
The largest assortment of fine can
dies in the city atShumate & Rai
Drink Heekin's "Magnolia" Coffee.
For Sale by The Bashford-Burmister
Go to Kearney's, Courier building.
No headache if you drink at Kear
ney's. Courier building. tf
Cold lunches of all kinds at the
Candies manufactured fresh every
day at the Imperial. tf
Chase & Sandborn's Seal brand
coffee, with pure cream, served at the
For choice wines, liquors and cigars
go to Kearney's, Courier building tf
Oysters and coffee at the Imiierial.
A trial order of Imperial home
made candy will convince you that
that candy is the best. tf
Michigan sweet cider by the glass.
gallon or barrel at r . H . Baldwin s.
Try a cold turkey lunch at Shu
mate & Raible's. tf
For bottle or flask of choice Old
Crow whiskey go to Kearney 's. C our
ier building. tf
Best chicken and beef tamale- at
Shumate fc Ruble's. tf
A pleasant place to spend your
evening is at Mulrein's Billiard and
Pool Parlors, under Burke hotel.
Everything strictly first class. tf
Go to Rybon &. Comer's for your
holiday candy and fruit. "tf
Fresh oysters in bulk or cans re
ceived daily at Shumate A. Raible's.
Candy, nuts and all fruits at Rybon
& Comer's. tf
Have you tried those home made
candies at the Imperial fresh emery
We serve only Chase & Sanborn's
"Seal Brand" coffee at Shumate A
Oranges, apples, bananas and all
kinds of fruit at Rybon fc Comer's, tf
Fine old Belmont at Hildreth'
drug store. "Take a little for thy
stomach's sake." tf "
Ring up 59 for fresh vegetables of
all kinds promptly delivered. F. H
Baldwin successor to F. E. Jones, tf
Fresh can and bulk
oysteis at F
H. Bold win's.
Ladies you are cordially invited to
call at 12 South Cortez street, and
see Mrs. Parnsh s new millinery, tf
Should you need anything iu the
drug store this cold weather, ring
pnone zii. una ret Ii s .Popular Phar
macy, and we will deliver it promptly.
Help yourself to the lx-st 5 cent
ciar in rrescou. uene, the cigar
man has sixteen brands of the finest
5 cent cigars in the market. Take
your choice. t f
Caledonian coal, the best in the
market, for sale by F. C Paiue. agent
in Preecott. Order your coal now or
the winter tf.
During the snowy weither we de
liver more promptly than usual.
Should you need anything in the
drug store ring 'phone 217. Hil
dreth's Popular Pharmacy. tf
Stock certificates Officers of new
corporations are requested to call on
the Journal-Miner and obtain prices
for stock certificates, seals and com
plete set of books. tf
ARIZONA MINES AND
. MINING STOCKS.
Best Opportunities For Investments.
We are brokers, not promot
ers. Consult us for reliable
information. We have a lit
of SNAPS at our offices.
P. O. Box
j From Tuesday's Daily.
M. S. Taft has returned from his
visit to Phenix.
Miss Nellie Drake will leave to
morrow for a visit in Pueblo, Col.
Dr. Criley and daughter, Mrs. M.
I B. Hazeliine, have arrived in Hono
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Walstrum leave
! for a three weeks vis-it at Santa Mon
I ica, Cal.
Charles Fleming :'nd Pearl Win-
efaell wen- married yesterday by Juu
A telephone line will be built
shortly U'tweeu Kofa to Tysou in
Mis. U. N. Loom v and her sister,
Miss Mamie Maver, came in fuutti
J. H. Mulreiu has men at work in
the court house on his plumbing con-
ract with the county.
Rev. J. W. Rowland of Kirklaud
was a visitor to Prescott Monday and
Tuesday of this week.
Several Prescott people went out
yi-ii-rday to Lynx creek to attend a
dance given there last evening.
J. C. Rankin has returned from the
east and accompanied a party of
MpMriUi out today to the Henrietta
Col. D. N. Hood of the Ideal Min
ing connvinv. owner of the Glad
stone niiue near McCabe, was iu
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bate returned
yesterday from their visit to Phenix.
the vacation has greatlv improved
Mr. Bate's health.
Rev. H. B. Long left for Phenix
aud Tempe where he is to deliver
several lectures, and will return to
Prescott next Saturday.
Mike'.Fagau has returned from a
visit to the southern part of the terri-1
. 11 . . . I ft I r 1
. ne si t si nidi ue n 'i inauv
i - r .i V- '"""J
Old residents of this section down
i if v
years id demand :n some of the lar
Mrs. F. A. Tritle went to Phenix I gest properties in the country. In
la-t night for a visit with her sou addition to his position as an author-
I Uarrv R. Tritle aud
make the acquaintance of hergrand
1 welve locations of oil cla! ;.s were
filed tor record today. Th - claims
1 are all located iu the Mineral Point
i district where Douglas, Lacev & Co.
proprose to sink a well soon.
feaanWikoaand Atteburv. two
energetic tad enterprising miners.
nHmirfiM ,t,; ,,.
tract- for the develonment of mines
Both are experienced in their busi
A party ef eastern capitalists con-!
nected with the Rrao-anza Minimr
company arrived from the east on
last night's train and went out today
to visit the company s projierty,
J. S. Jones left todajpfor an ex
tended trip in the interest of the
Jessie Mines company. He goes
first to Salt Lake, thence to Omaha,
to New York and Boston aud event
ually to London.
Alex Cordiner, brother of Arthur
Cordiner of Jerome, died last week in
San Diego county, California. Mr.
Cordiner was well known both in
Prescott aud Jerome, having been
engaged in business in both places.
Through neglect of a compositor to
correct his proof for Monthly's paper.
"Mrs. Ed Campbell was naaoMMM
as an assisting artist in Mis Mun
yau's recital. So far as known there
is no Mrs. El Campbell in or around
Prescott. but Mr. Ed Campbell will
participate iu the above recital.
W. H. Bradrick of D dlas. Texas,
treasurer of the Broganza Miniug
corapanv, arrived in Prescott yester
day. Mr. Bradrick has beaa superin
tendent of the stock yards at Dallas,
but w ill shortly remove to Chicago to
devote his time to the duties of his
office with the Braganza company.
H. C. Carr. representing the Joshua
Hendy Iron works of San Francisco,
the largest institution on the Pacific
slope engaged in the manufacture of
mining machinery is in town in the
interests of the company. Mr. Can
is one of the stockholders of ihe wa
pany. He has taken some good cou
trancts for machinery since his ar
M. Goldwater k Bros, have an an
nouncement iu this issue which is
specially interesting to the ladies. It
refers to a special demonstration of
Richards magic stamping pad. a
regular little wonder. The ladies are
invited to visit their store on Wed
nesday and Thursday of this week
and witness it. Read what they have
to say about it.
J. H. Drew killed a 200-pound
mountain lion on Walnut creek last
week. The animal is said to have
had a head on him as large as an
African lion. The boa measured
eleven feet and eight inches from the
tip of his uose to the tip of his tail.
The head and lade will lc brought
to Prescott aud placed on exhibition
the first of next mouth.
There was a slight rainfall last
uigm. meweamer naa all the ap
pearance ot an all night ram at 9
o clock, but inside of an hour the sky
wjis clear and the moon shining
brightly. The indications today have
been favorable for more rain, but in
dications so far this winter do not
count, and the prospects seem very
slim for a good storm, something we
have not had this season.
Monday Club Meeting.
At yesterday's meeting of the Mon
dap club answer to roll call was given
by the members present, by giving
-me item of i-urrent events, which
proved quite an interesting feature.
The general topic of the day was
"The Period of Progress, or the Char
acter. Temper and Tendencies of the
American People as they are Ex
pressed in their Institutions." and
the sub topic "Agriculture.'" Mrs. J.
V. Brown read a paper on the "Im
Kjrt;tnce to the Financial, Political
aud Economic Interests of the Coun
try." Mrs. W. H. Lloyd read a pa
er on the "Moat Yaluable Products;
Where and How Produced " The
discussion was led by Mrs. V. W.
Ross and the subject was "Possibility
and Results of Turning Men From
Over Crowd'-d City Districts to Farm
Lands." The musical part of the
programme consisted of a vocal solo
by Miss Amelia Block and a piano
solo by Mrs. Fen S. Hildreth.
1 he Last Heard cf It.
"Mv little bov took the Croup one
night and soon grew so had you could
hear him breathe all through the
hoe-e." an F. D. Reynolds. Mans-
iiehi, (). "We feared be would
but a few dos-s oi )ne Minite Cough
Cure quickly revived him aud he
went to sleep. Bate ti e last we
lieaid of th- croup. N r.v isn't a
-oiigh cure like that rolua'rfeF One;
Mipqte Cough C ure is absolutely
safe and acts itnmedi.i'elv. Fori
coughs, coles, croupe, grip, ronclntis
and all other IwigaiMl t!i!i roubles
t s a eer eili cm-. Vary ..easant to I
Th littli ones like ii. Fen S.
!' i i:. th. W. VY. Ross and Brisley
GOOD NEWS FOR ORIENTALISTS.
Highly Mineralized Vein of Ore iu the
Tunnel Visit of the Consulting
The Jamestown. New York Even
ing Journal, of Tuesday. February 18,
giiea the following concerning a Ya
vapai county property:
A number of stockholders in the
Oriental Mimug couiaiiy which has
extensive and valuable claims and
mines at Providence, Yavapai county.
Arizona, met at the home of A. F.
Kent at Jamestown Monday to greet
! H. E. Armitage of Piescott, Ariz., who
lent the dav as Mr. Kent's
Included in the number were
Rockwell and J. A. Rockwell of War
den (who leave soon for a visit to the
property) and John McNair of Shef
field. Tt was a happy circumstance that
',rood news was received direct from
the mine while Mr. Armitage, (who is
a mining engineer, an expert, and the
consulting engineer of the company.)
was in the city. 1 he telegraphic
ini'ssage stated that in the face of the
tunnel rich base ore in a vein of good
width had been opened. As this vein
or ledge leads direct to the shaft
which in the past has been profitably
worked and as the tunnel is heading
for the shaft, the significance of this
strike can readily be appreciated aud
the outlook is considered very en
couraging. Mr. Armitage created a highly fav
orable impression on those who met
him fr the lir.st time, and confirmed
the esteem iu which he was held by
those of louger acquaintance. An
Englishman by birth, he has for
many years lived in the states. His
knowledge of mining has lx-eu gained
both by technical education and by a
large and varied experience to uumrr
, . . u i
:ous mining districts of the world. As
- . .
an exiert his services have leen for 1
. . ....
j ity in mining matters he is a ctiitured
conversationalist and companion.
Mr. Armitage is a firm believer in
the Oriental company's holding?. He
: knew them before the present owners
: acquired the property. Thus far he
j has been so conservative in his views
j and the development has so closelv
i i iirriu 1 1, in . iftft. I t. In- f-ircnlc th.- Kid
confidence in the mine is considered
well founded, and is shared by the
owners. During his visit to this city
all questions connected with the
propertv have been discussed. The
! wr.k of development will continue
v,&or and .,th "
well grounded assurance that the
dividend pajiMatage of the enter
prise is with in sight.
Helen Keller's Own Storv of Her Lite.
Helen Keller, the remarkable deaf.
i dumb and blind girl, who has not
"jy. learned to talk, but enjoys every
privilege of those who hear and see.
has just finished writing with her own
hands the story of her remarkable
life for the Ladies' Home Journal.
In this she descriles her first awaken
ingto the realization of life and the
world, and all that both contain; her
first impressions and feelings and
emotions, and the first rays of under
standing that came to her. From
that point she tells of the unfolding
of her mental and physical powers,
how she learned to think aud act,
how she received instruction, and
finally became capable of acquiring
ami education which plat
ii(-ati..n which n :ins hei
j among the best educated women of
her age iu the world today. It is a
wonderful story, wonderfully told.
It will begin in the April num
btr of the Journal.
District Court Proceedings.
Tuesday, February 25 Territory
ex rel., S. A. Prince vs. D. J. YYarreii,
J. P.. demurrer to petition argued
and sustained with leave for peti
tioner to amend.
T. Y. Otis vs. E. J. Thome, case
tried by the court and judgment or
dered for the plaintiff.
Bank of Arizona vs. Grand Prize
Copper company case tried by the
court and judgment for plaintiff.
Daniel Reardon vs. the Model Gold
Mining company. Motion of plain
tiff for and injunction submitted and
granted, plaintiff to furnish a bond
iu the sum of 51000.
The following is a list of letters re
maining in the post office for the week
ending Feb. 24, 1902.
Branan. J M
Bennett. A W
Danvels. Ben F
Forde, Joseph F
Harney, T O
HauchCo. A II 2
Hatfield. W B
Hogau. D E
Johnson, Mrs B
Jaqnette. J M
Karr, T W
Kellogg, Miss J
Kester. Frank H
Maunion, M H
Mosher, C B
Morrisev. H W
Mustard, C S
McNultv, Jos D
Oharo, A J
Pearson, Fred F
Perrv. Miss M 2
Red Jacked Mg Co
Rutland, Dr D
Schetter, D T
Lenard. Mrs Chas Turner, Geo
Lee, Dr A S
Liuwood. E E
Littlefield. S A
Louis. W B
Long, C R
Linert, Mrs Will
Lvnton. Miss L
Williamson, M rs D
Wolfington. C R
Wolf, Mrs D B
Young, C L
DeMagera. Josefa Ravares, Mrs K
Haetaoo, F D E Yean, Parigi
Please call for advertised letters
J. W. Akers. P. M.
We are prepared to take coufracb
for any kind of mine development
work. ( all or address A itson v At
teberrv. care O. K. Store. Prescott.
Ariz. ' 2-25tf
"The Rulers of the World"
is the title of a beautiful Iwoklet just
published by The Royal Tailors of
Chicago, and copies of it have leen
freely mailed to our citizens. We are
the "local merchant" referred to in
this booklet, and will l)e pleased to
answer all hard questions about good
clothes at easy prices. Biles it Shel
by. f21 t7
Gentlemen Be on the Lockout.
Do not lie in any hurry to order a
spring suit until you see the elegant
new stock of spring and summer suit
ingr at J. Derr's, our home merchant
tailor, that will be here abuul the 25th
of this month, where you can get sat
isfaction, good workmanship and a
perfect it without fail. 2-14tl(
$ Chest Protectors
FOR TliH COI.n WINTER.
FEN S. HiLDRETB
W URlMulST W
ij Hark., Hotel Oorrr.
Emperor William's new yacht was j
launched this morning in New York.
Bryan denies the report that he
had pledged himself to Hill for the
presidency in 1904.
French newspapers arc piqued at
the cordial reception accorded Prince
Henry in this country.
The United States supreme court
has refused to take jurisdiction in th
Northern securities merger case
j which the state of .Minnesota recently
j made application
Miss Ellen Stone has been liber
a ted. This is straight goods. No
mistake this time. She has arrived
at Strumitza, which is alleged to be
1 outside of the brigand belt
i.iisiiuf cuuuiuuus uo uoi seem 10
be convincing to some people on th
silver question, as an occaioua
paper is found which still advocates
The people realize that the awful
I nreilietiniiR eniiporniii.r the future in
f, , ... . ,
tne X'hUipiues come iroin the same
gentlemau who foresaw dire calamity
wheu we failed to adopt "16 to L
Lo, the poor Indian is to have an
other name to obviate the present
difficulty in distinguishing between
the inhabitants of America aud India
Scientists have decided that the Red
i Man shall be known asan "Amerind.
The Philippine investigation has
just beguu but there will be uo wit
I uess on the stand who has had such
! great opportunities for learning the
, .ruth M Governor Taft. or who stand
! higher iu the country's estimate fo
sense aud judgment.
Chicago health authorities hare
found that the "beautiful snow" ha
a grauder mission than providing iu
spiratiou for poets and n creation tor
children. Careful experiments show
that it is a marvelous purifier of the
atmosphere through arbicb it falls.
A t 3: . -,.
a leauing American oauj has au
uouncect that hereafter it will not
publish the proceedings of the juve
uile conrt aud explaius: Publicit
of details in the case of youthful
criminals, either in court or in the
newspapers, cau do no good and will
at least handicap them in kite effort
they may make to reform."
Hon. William D. Foulke. United
States civil service commissioner, sav
that American ideals will never sufft
as a result of responsibilities based
on our new part in the world's 'work
brought on by the legitimate policy
Charles Francis Adams, the histo
rian, says that if General Lee had
not agreed that there should be no
guerilla warfare after the surrender
at Appomatox, America should have
been confronted with conditions much
worse thau those now obtaining in
the Philippines and in South Africn
Owing to the great improvements
in sanitation tne average length in
human life has been increased in
cities from 31 to 38 years iu the last
decade in the United States. There
has not been so much change in the
country districts as the conditions of
life have not been so greatlv iniprov
eo, nor were thev in such serious
need of improvement.
Steel Trust Schwab says he did
not gamble at Monte Carlo. Schwab
is probably a logician and would de
fine gambling as indulging in a game
of chance. As the visitor to Monte
Carlo has no chance of winning h
probably argues that he dumped a
few thousand dollars into the gen
eral fund there. If this is his method
of reasoning he is no doubt correct.
The Wheeler speech will lie dis
tributed broadcast at the next elec
tion wherever there is a German
vote. The Kentucky democrat who
took a shot at Prince Heury and the
German nation along with his anti
royal screed has sown the wiud and
will reap the whirlwind in German
constituencies presided over by
Our contemporary announces that
a more harmonious condition never
existed among the true democracy of
Arizona. A few free lances, which
maraud here and there, in the lines
of all political camps are doing a
little squawking, but the democratic-
party and the democratic conventions
will pay no atteutiou to these chaps."
The greatest calm exists just beidw
the breaking of the storm. The
happy condition portrayed above) as
existing at present in the democratic
ranks means that at about convention
time this same harmony will le fired
by opposing factions at each other in
chunks as big as their heads.
The following is the d.iily report of
instruments filed in the recorder's of
iice, as reported by The Prescott
H R Wiley and G Hart, incorpor
ators of Amerii-nn development Co.
capital stock $2,000,000.
Mrs Annie Perkin. locate Xick and
Paralelle mines, Iron Mountain dis
trict. Penn Gold Mg Go. A H Mitchell,
deed to 1901 mine, Walker district.
John Berrie, locates three mines.
J M Waters, et ai, locate- George
Dewey mine. Blue Tank district.
Ed L Golden and J H Sa vie. locate
Three Graces mines, lllack Rock dis
trict. E H Sebring, locate Aurivoir mine,
Walnut Grove district
Jas Cowau, locate mine Gold Coin.
Black Rock district.
Wells H Bates, et al, inconwrator
of Krom Dry Concentrator Co. capi
tal stock ?r,.()00.000.
John M Brown to A II -Mitchell,
forlciturc, Independence mine, Walk
V Slinkanl, locates three mines,
Turkey Creek district. (. umberlnnd.
Jim Blaine, Mountain Shorty mines
and L umlieriand mill site, lurKey
Thos Roach aud Fred Meier to E D
M C Jones lo Little Jessie Mines
Co deed, 1550.000 shares of cap stock !
of El Cauey, Teddy Roosevelt aud I
El Terra mines. Bisr Bur dist, f 1.
Cii v of Prescott to Ellis p. Georges
rjeeo, KWa o and t. oik 11 in scon.
W E Hazeltine and E W Wells to
. 1 ft ft .
sst me party n-cd amve piop -nv.
Ellis P Georges to M D C Pulman
lead, same proiierty.
Wallet Sfci inbrook locates Blue Jay
miaa 1 urkey Creek dist.
M II Ryan and Thos Ekjaoh locate
iiirn mine, same dist.
Herman 'oe to Thos and Jaa
Roach deed, Little Maggie mine. Pine
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confidence. THE SW!FT SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA, OA.
R L Brady et al locate La Espe
rauza mines. Salt Wash dist.
KHShnrpand .Mrs Raima Wol
lenlierglocate K'ibv aud Bessie mines
United States to Treadwell Mug
Co, patent, mines in Verde dist.
United States U Brookshire Mng
Co, patent, Graud Bounce mines,
J II Criley locates West Point
mine. Black Hills dist.
C F Gray and A D Smith file cer
tificate of right to practice dentestry.
D J Shea to J II Fain, rise mtge.
J II Fain to f K Looslev deed, lots
land 9, blk 10, Jerome.
Amended decree of distribution in
estate of Baaa'l Smith.
W C Roland locates Geaa mine.
Black Hills dist,
W C Roland and YYm Shaw locate
Copper Bottom mine. Blue tank dist.
Jim O'Xeil and L B Cannon locate
Santa Paula mine anil mill site. Mar-
A D Schultz :iud J Blauchard to
Bradshaw Ml ly Co. deed, right of
wav across lour mines, I'eck (list.
E. B. Gage to Ethel M. Murphy,
ieed. north 1S9 ft 1ms :is. 40, 42, 44
and 4t and all of lots 82, 4 and 36,
and west 14 ft of lot 110, blk 17, Pres
cott. J B Ricketts locate water right on
Clear Creek (list.
E W Fisher. J Lord, Ed Lucas and
E Gaisham to J O Edwards, deed.
Copper Basin and Rattlesnake nones,
Castle Creek dist, $2000.
1 0 and A G Edwards aud E W
Fisher to Bisliee Belle Copper Co.
mines and millsite, J-iOOO.
E W Fisher files a of a w on alwve
R M Doughertv to Cadillac MgCo,
option, 12 mos, Ida, Lain it i. Golden,
Invateer, Damascus and Merton
mines, fine t reek dist, JJlMJUtl.
J. H. Morrill files certificate of ex
emption as firemam (O K).
R M Dougherty locates Dictator
and Roadfork mines. Pine Grove dist.
Win M Muuds to Tovrea fc Clay,
deed, slaughter house and spring on
bitter creek. Jerome. Jo00.
Tovrea A Clay to P
slaughter house aid spring on Bitter !
creek. Jerome. SI etc. I
T . .
JRLowryand I C Hill to George
I". Younir. option, 12 mos, miues,
Thumb Butte dist, $10,000.
Keystone Copper and Gold Mining ;
Co files a of aw on 13 mines, Black !
E G Wager aud D C Wood locate
Porto Rico mines. Big Bug dist.
W W Vauderpilt to Anna Vander-
bilt, deed, i of Del Pasco mine, Pine
Grove dist, $1.
F M Murphv and wife to Rudolph
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..I.I Pr..s-ift S.-t(Kl
' - 1
w r L I MM. ft- r .
r m .uurpnv ami wne .o jiarg.irei
Donovan, deed, lot 23, blk 8, Fleury's
idd, Pr.scott. joo.
M A jaWatll Inirin ftmr lllasfta
claims. Mineral Point dist.
... - i
S M Bobblett and H C Tyler
cate two claims. Walker dist.
J W and C F Morrell locate two
la i ins. Weaver dist.
W G Carter and C E Demund lo-
cate one claim, Black Rock dist.
F A Johnson and O Byrnes locate
one claim. 1 ine throve aist.
Frank Savoi locates one claim, Big
J O'Connell and M P Tighe locate
two mines. Hassayainpa dist.
Win Henrickson and Jim Connelly
locate one claim. Hassayainpa dist.
M P Tight locates one claim. Has
Fred Philpot et al locate twelve
claims. Mineral Point dist.
Yee Lee to John Ken and Jim
Fain, bill of sale lot 100x100 ,-t on
Good Hope placer claim, Walker
W H Smith and wife to C B Bur
son, deed, Carrie B aud Chickadee
miues, Haaaajanpa dist.
Timothy Fell files A of A work on
three claims, Aajua Fria dist.
J G Harden aud wife to L L Har-
mon, bill of sale,
merlv owned bv
horsos, cattle, for
Wn Mitchell, de
ceased ; Sls.OOO.
D A Curtis and R M Broad locale
two claim-. Walker dist.
B Boou locates one claim Martinez
Peter M: ale el al amen. I lo-atio:i
of Primus mine, Weaver dist.
W B Olinhant to John Nelso and
John Wiekstioiii deed one half of two
claims. Pine Grove dist.
P J Farley ( t al loeatea claim, Has-
The Chapparal Gold n iass to Jno
S Jones deed, Ella mine. Big Bug
B F Coffin locates claim, Agua Fria
Frank Straner locates claim. Hum
M J Nolau locates claim, Humbug
Johnston Myers to E A Tovrea aud
Ben Clav ami wife, release mtge S3.
000. Grazing on Foeest Reserve.
Forest Supervisor F. R. Stewart
has received instrm tions from the de-
jiartment that only! 1000 head of
horses and cattle will be permitted to
graze on the Prescott forest reserve.
Xo sheep or goats will be allowed.
Parties wanti ng the use of the re
serve for grazing purposes will be
given permission to tlo so on applica
tion, which must lie made through
Forest Supervisor Stewart. Stock
will be excluded from th' reserve ex
cept such as are there through per-
nuts granted by the department
Parties desiring grazing privileges on
the reserve should make their appli
cations at once to the forest super
visor. Eggs for Hatching, $2 per Setting of 13.
From the highest scoring birds in
i the southwest; white wyandottes,
white plymouth rocks and black min
! orcas, the chief of all layers. The
. Summit Poultry Yards, Gallup, X.
i M., F. C. Swartz. prop. 2 17t6
Wandering Agents Are Like a Circus,
Here Today and Gone Tomorrow.
When buying goods of any descrip
tion is it not wiser to purchase of your
. local dealer than from traveling vans
1 or nou-resident agents? Xow for in-
stance, when the latter sells you
I goods, what hold have you upon them
j to make good their guarautee?
lhis is something to elicit vour
full consideration; especially so when
i purchasing a piauo. Any mushroom
j or sausage factory cau procure var-
uish, wire, felt and material enough
! to throw together a "thump-box" and
' cali it a piano, but this is not the
I kind of goods you want: surelv not
iL. -I ft. Al. 1 A ' l
80 bear -vo,,r local dealer can
TC -TOU K thf Tne-V that Ci,n,be
iiiaeii on 1 nun toe purcnase 01 a
.rni ;.,i .(-. Kr t
tn lr.Jr.,t .-wi.
Call aud be convinced of mv talk.
Harrv L. Heck.
Resident Asrent. Linn's Jewelry
Store.. f 13-tf
For sale 1,000 pounds of good
babbitt metal. For price apply at
this office. tf
E. E. BURLINQAiVIE & Co
. r i i r nnvvn iMn rTjinuri" r
ANNA V llh HI V " UUJ,UUU-
HftTJH 1 111 1 Ik... , A n"i , . vnnv .
1,.hii.hii.r,jr.,i sa s-.n... k.-
orexpresr receive prompt and c.r-'f'ii Kttenthm
fAnntratinn Toetc l"il or 'r Load Lots
wuwufti uuiii imu Write
ite for Term.-.
ft-1 1738 Lawrence Street.
Reliable : Assays!
Gold I So
OoM and Silver I
GoM, Silver, Copper I
Samples by mail receive prompt attention
Gold and silver renneM an! bought.
Assay Com pan y
M29 16th Street. DENVER. OOCjOl
The rigors of winter will soon
Pleasanter days ahead.
Bright things in store for all.
Brightest things in Men's Dress
Goods that we have ever shown
Come and look at them 500
patterns for the Spring and Sum
mer just received from The
Royal Tailors, Chicago, U. S. A.
Everything made to your meas
ure all the time never other
wise prices wondrously low.
BILES & SHELBY.
MINE WARNING NOTICES!
The onderaigned, owner of the Delta min
ing claim, situated in H ana yum pa mining
district, having bonded the same will nut be
responsible for any debts contracted against
mid property during the time of said bond.
Jan. 1, 1902. J. S. Atkin .
The nnderaigDed, owner of Profusion
mining claims, situated in Blue Tank min
ing district, having bonded the same will not
be responsible for any debts contracted
against said property during the time of said
bond. John Ellis.
Oct. 18. 1901. 11-1-01
BIG BUG SMELTER.
Notice is hereby given that the Arizona
Eastern t Montana Smelting Ore Pun.-h.is-ing
and Development Company has lea-d
the Boggs mines, smelter and pipe line, and
that the undersigned will tn no way be re
sponsible for debts contracted in operating
COMMERCIAL MINING CO.,
J. S. Douglas, Agent.
Octobe '17, 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, owner of said mine, will
not be responsible for any labor, accident or
debts of the same which may accrue daring
the period of said bond.
Prescott. Arizona, Jan. 8. 1900.
Notice is hereby given that the Silver Belt
mine, located in the Agua Fria Mining Dis-
rict. is now being worked under bond and
least . ana the owners oi saia property nor
the property itself, will not be responsible Walker road and the gulches tributary there
for any debts contracted against said prop- to, anc between what is known as Benjamin
erty during the time of said bond. -ujch and LynxCreek. Nobids lcssthan$l.(U i
JlK.r. A. BASMrUKU,
Arizona. May 22, 1901.
NTOHT HAWK. Et Al.
The undersigned, owner of ihe Night
Hawk. White Hawk, and Scottish Chief min
ing claims, and Night Hawk mill site, situat
ed in Hue Grove district, Yavapai county.
Arizona, having bonded the same, will no:
be responsible for any debts contracted
ag list said property during the time cf said
Prescott. Arizona, Feb. 1. 1000.
STANDARD AND BUSTER
Nolii-c is hereby given that the stainlsnl sna
Buster irronp of mine., locnted in the Kin.
Grove district, Hradshsw mountain, ire now
being worked under bond and lease, and thsr
the owners of the same will not be responsible
for any labor, accident, or debt of the am.
accrued under the terms of the lease.
J. A. FORBKS.
May 12. 1099.
ONTARIO GROUP OF MINES.
Notice is hereby given thst the uiirlT-ieued
are the owners of the Ontari" (nap of
mines, located 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 parti work
ing the said Ontario group.
W. W. Maudt. k Co.
Prescott. Arizona, April I. ML
DO RIGHT DO WRITE.
When you write, write right. Die
Smith Premier Typewriter la all
right. J. H. Bailey, Agent, Prescott,
Arizona. 2-lotf W
Notice of Application for United States
Patent No- 550.
Survey Xo. 1612.
United States Land Oflk-c.
Prescott, Ariz, 6th day of February. 1902.
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance
of the Act of Congress, approved Muy IU.
1872. Union Gold Mining Company. b M.
B. Wilkinson attorney in fact, whose peat
office address is Phoenix, Ariz., has it. Mile
application for a patent for 1395.5 linear
feet on the Union Lode, and for IA'M.4
linear feet on the Liberty Lode, both bear
ing gold ; the Union Lode being .'Tn feet
northeasterly and 1125.5 feet southwesterly
from discovery shaft thereon, with surface
ground 600 feet in width ; the Liberty Lode
being 200 feet southwesterly and lJW.4 f-. t
northeasterly from discovery shift tnereon.
with surface ground 350 feet in width : both
situate in Pine Grove Mining District. Ya
vapai County, Territory of Arizona, and de
scribed by the official plat, herewith posted,
and by the Held notes on tile in the office of
Register of Prescott Land District. Terri
tory of Arizona, as follows:
Beginning at initial monument itNCE
of claim, which is also tiie S C K of Datea
lode, Snrvey Xo 446, identical with the same,
where a granite stone 5x12 ins s ins above
ground, stone marked N. C. E. U. lril-. also
same stone marked U. S.
Thence n ttt de 15 min w ;t00 feet to cor
No 1 identic;,' v ith n w cor of location,
where a granite 0mtm rxl2x24 ins s t 1 ft in
the ground alonk-i. e a hh-ii of stones il.xa" ft.
stone marked- I . No. 1-ll.L'. same marked
U. No. 3, for cor Mo Union loue Sur No
A cross on a granite rocK in pla. e mr ked
B R U No 11612 brs n 25 deg 25 min w 13 4
ft. A crow on a granite rock in plaea
marked U no 1-1612 bra s 27 deg 50 min w
6.8 ft. U S M M No 2 P G D brs N 33 deg
3S tuin e 2271.6 ft.
Thence s 21 deg 13 min w 1395.5 ft to cor
No. 2. identical with s w cor f location.
Thence s S3 deg 15 min e 1300 ft to s c o
identical with s c e of location. Same com-sc
too ft to cor No 3, identical with s e cor of
Thence n 21 deg 13 min e 4!'5.5 feet to cor
No 3 Liberty lode of this survey . Sam.'
course 900 ft to cor No 4, which is alro c. r
No 2 of the Liberty lode of this survey and
cor No 2 of the Cnion Sur No 446, identical
with n e cor of location.
Thence a 63 deg 15 min w 300 ft to n c e
the place of beginning survey of exterior
The notice of location of this claim ir- re
corded ic the office of the Recorder of V ;
pai county, at page 88 of Book G 7 of tin aa
Beginning at n c c. identical with the n c
e of location, where a granite l i;e flaUx 4
ins is let 1 ft in ground alongside a mon oi
stones 3x3 ft stone marked N C L No 1612.
Thence n 63 deg H min w 50 ft to cor No
1. at intersection of line 1-2 Sur., N446
Union lode at s 24 deg SO w 266.5 ft irom cor
No 1. Original cor of location t'r- a 63 deg
15 min w 250 feet. A cross on a gr. i.ite rock
in place marked L No 1-1612 alongside built
a mon of stones 3x3 ft. A cross on a granite
rock in place marked L No 1-1612 alongside
built a mon of stones 3x3 ft. A crossoiiag:.. n
iterock in place marked BR LNo 1-1612 htaa
19 deg 50 min w 15.5 ft. A cross on t gran
ite rock in place marked B R L N . 1 -1 ' ! 2 .
brs n 88 deg 25 min e 19 4 ft. ISM M No
1 P (i D brs n 16 deg 21 min e 1677.9 ft.
Thence s 24 deg 30 min w 60U f. 1 1 to cor
No 2, which is also cor No 4 Una ;. lode e.f
this survey. Thence s 21 deg 13 n.in w UOO
ft to cor No 3. whe nce original cor of loca
tion brs n 63 deg 15 min w 250 ft.
Thence s 63 deg 15 min e 50 ft to S Q L
identical with S C E of location. Baax
course 300 ft to cor No 4. identical ith e
cor of location.
Thence n 22 deg 32 min e 750 ft toe s mon.
Same course 749.4 ft to cor No 5. identical
with the n e cor of location.
Thence n 63 deg 15 min w 300 ft :.. I 0 E
the place of beginning survey of exterior
The notice of location of this claim is re
corded in the office of the Recorder . f l ava
pai County, at page 624 of Book 56ol Mines.
Union Lode 19.ISJ Acres
Liberty Lode 12..8 '
Total area lode claim 31210 Acres
This claim is located approximately in Tl
10 N R 1 w Gila and Salt river base and
meridian, in Pine Grove Mining District
Yavapai County. Arizou. .and is bourd.d on
th. ; . rth by the Union. Sur No 446: on the
ast by proiierty belongirg to the Crowned
Kinc. Mining Company and on ihe s..uthby
prupcrty belonging to the Crowned King
.Mining Company, names of claims un
known, and on the west by property balsaf
i:ig to Robert Dougherty, names of eWOM
Any and all persons claiming advcrscl
the mining ground, or any portion thereof,
so d'-scribed, surveyed, and pi itted, and a
plied for, are hereby uotitied that unlets
their adverse claims are duly tiled with the
Register of the Laud Office during the sixty
days of publication thureof. tluy v ill be
barred by virtue of the statutes in such cases
Frederick A. Tritle. Jr..
First puplicatiou Feb. 19. W
Bend model, sketch or photo of invert, n tcr
f free rettort on
iwtentnbiuty. For fret
For free book.
How to Secure
V 7'. tC
ih. a. 113L'.)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
lam) vffk t ui itiesk-tt. Ariziina.
v k v, T 2 ,n
otio: l.- herebv mven that the following
named settler has Hied notice of hi inten -
tionto make final proof in support of his
claim, and tlmt said .r.f will be mude be-
fore the Register and Receiver at Prescott,
Arizona, on Thnrrfv F-hrnarv tl MM
viz: Edward Jones H. E. 1132 for the NWt4
of SW ' of Sec 24. Two 14 N. Kit.
" 4 oi .-sfc .t. iwi ii . r. ' r.
He names the following witnesses to prove
.a . .
! his continuous residence upon, and cuitiva
turn of. said Wind, viz:
John Wood. W. I. Johnson. W. F. Hutch
cson. W. A. Jones, all of Camp Verde. Ariz.
FREDERICK A. TRITLE. J K..
First publication Jan. S W
Deportment of the Interior. General Land
Office. Washington. D. C. December 7.
1!01. Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids, directed to the commissi iht of the
General Land Office, will be received by the
Receieiver of Public Moneys at the C. S.
Land Ifflce at Prescott. Arizona, up to. and
including the 27th day of February, 1902, for
the purchase under the provisions of the act
. ,f T,, ft 1LD.T i'ftO Cft.ft f I -ti ,.f ell th..
dead timber, together with such.quantity of
living timber over 12 inches in diameter as
i shall amount in all to 300.000 feet of lumber
' and 6.000 cords of wood, to be cut and taken
i from the following named mining claims
said to be owned oy the Penn Gold Mining
Co.. in what is known as the Walker Mining
District, in the Prescott Forest Reserve in
the state of Arizona: "Manhattan."
"Nancy Nanks" "Gypsy Queen."' "Arch"
"Sultan" "Tomboy." "American Eagle"
and "North Star." containing about 2W
acres : also upon the following ansurveyed
land, approximately sections 17. 18, 19 and
T 111 V R 1 V tiir.ro ns.rticiilartv Hp.
,.rjbvd lrf . tract of land lvicc alone the
nor thousand fi-ft-t for t imht-r or lea than :. i
cents per cord for wood will be considered,
If green wood suitable for timber shall be
cut into cord wood it must be paid for at the
rate of - per cord of 128 cubic feet. A
deposit of $5O0.U) must accomiany each bid.
Within 30 days after date of notice of award
the successful bidder must furnish satisfac
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 ui d r this sale. Payment in full
must b- made withi 30 days of date of
notice of award or if Ha) bidder so elect at
the time of .unking hid. the full amount may
be paid in t- 'ee equal payment in 30. 60.
90 da respectively from date of notice of
award. No timber will be cut until marked
by the officer in charge and none will be
removed from his e-ustody until measured,
taken account of and paid for in full. Liv
ing trees less than 12 inches in diameter at 3
feet above the ground must not be cut.
Living trees not marked must not be cut.
All parts of Mat marked tree, sound enough
for timber or wood must be used and ac
counted for. The tops, brush and rubbish
must be dispo.ed of promptly, as the cutting
proceeds under the direction of the forest
officer in charge of the work. Purchasers
will be required to exercise the necessary
care to preserve the remaining timber from
injury as far as ossible. Timber on valid
mining or other claims, excepting those
above mentioned in this advertisement as
belunging to the 1'enn Mining company
will be reservd from sale. Timber unsold
may be purchased on the presentation of
jietitior. therefor within one year without
further advertisement. Purchasers, failing
to remove timber within one year from date
of notice of award forfeit purchase money
and right to timber unrcmoved unless an
extension of time is granted. The right to
reject any and all bids is reserved. Binger
First publication January 22. IDOL W
OF THE INTERIOR.
Land Office. Washington, D.
C. December 14, ML Notice is hereby
given that sealed bids directed to the Com
missioner of the General Lund Office will be
received by the receiver of public moneys at
the U. S. land office at Prescott. Arizona, up
to and including the 13th day of Match. 1902.
for the purchase under the provisions of the
net of June 4. 1897 1 30 Stat 34-36) of all the
dead timber sonnd enough for lumber or
uihu !nrt n ftiirTi.-i. tit a n t, nm t . .f infltnn. liv.
ing timber 12 inches and upwards in diame -
tcr to make with the dead timber sound
enough for lumber 300.000 feet and the wood
from the tops and lops of the living timber
and from the dead timber sonnd enough
only for wood, estimated at 330 cords, all to
be cut and taken from a tract of ansurveyed
land, estimated at 400 acres, on the south
side of the Hassayainpa river, approximate
ly in Baa. 7. T 13 N. R 2 W. G Jfc S M.
within the limits of the Prescott Forest Re
serve, Arizona. No bid of less than $1 per
thousand feet for timber sound enough for
lumber and I .25 per cord for wood will be
considered, a deposit of $100 with the re
ceiver must accompany each bid. and pay
ment in full for the timber awarded must be
made to the receiver within 30 days from the
date of notice of award or may if the bidder
so elect at liu of making bid be made in
three equal payment in 30. 60 and 90 days
resectieiy from date of notice of award.
The cutting and removal of this timber will
be under the supervision of an officer desig
nated for that purpose, who will mark the
boundaries of the tract to be cut over, mark
all living timber to be cut before cutting
will be allowed, require the economical use
of all of every tree cut that will make lum
ber or wood and such care as .vill preserve
the remninim? timber from damage as far as
tmssible. and the piling for burning at a safe
distance from ihe remaining timber of the
brush ".ml rubbish following the cutting of
the timber awarded. No living timber less
than 12 inches in diameter three feet above
the surface of the ground will be allowed to
be cut and the amount of timber cut will be
limited to the area and dimensions pre--critd.
whether such amount reaches the
tpproximate amount slated or not. A con
tract providing for compliance with the
rul.s and regulations and the orders of the
officers in charge and a bond in double the
tmount of the value of the timber awarded
viil be required to secure such compliance.
Timber on valid mining or other claims will
w exempt.-d from sale. Timber unsold
may be purchased on petition thereof with
in one year without farther advertisement.
lurchasers failing to remove timber award
ed within one year from date of notice of
1 ward forfeit purchase money and right to
timber unremoved unless an 'extension of
time is granted. The right to reject any and
all bids is reserved. Binger Hermann. Com
missioner. First pub Feb 5
E-iate of Loui.- Btcke. deceits d.
Notice is hen by given by the undersigned,
xecutor of the estate of Louis Becke. de
ceased, to the creditors of and all persons
having claims against the suid deceased, to
exhibit them with tin sary vouchers,
within four months :.ft r the first publica
tion of this notice to the said executor at
I'resvott. Arizona, the same being the place
for the transaction of the business of said
estate, in said County of Yavapai.
T. Jf. W. Moore.
E.vet?..r.f the .m. Louis Beckc. de
Dated this 4th ri y ..: Jauu .ry. 1902.
First public- tl . ai.u::r X. i!v2. itw
Estate of Oniric Arthur Allen, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned,
executor of theestateof tJeorge Arthur Allen,
deceased, to the creditors ot and all persons
baring cl:ii:-is auaiust the said deceased, to
exhibit them with the necessary vouchers,
within four months after the first publica
tion of this lattice to th.- said executors at
the office of Rob- rt E. Morrison in Prescott.
Arizona, the same l eing the place for the
transaction of th. business of said estate, in
-aid eoonty of Y".v-.wit.
Alfred Qu. in. and
Kob't E. Mor. tsuii.
Executor of the est: te of r. o.ge Arthur Al
Dated this 4th d:.y of January. 1902.
First publicatiou !;.. uary 29. 1902. 4tw
H e am
Notice F'or Publication.
Lu.d office at Prescott. Arizona, i
F. bruary 17. 1902.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler lias riled notice of his inten
tion to make tuii.l proof m supimrt ot tns
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the Register and icccivi-r at 1 reseott.
Arizona. .u Thursda-. March 27, 1902,
viz: Louis. I. Masselt.int, tl. t. lBl.i. tor tne
N S' of SE '4 . a:..' E 1 , of SE' of Sec. 17.
md N. ',.! :!-.'4 at tw. 211, iwp. Il.,
R 4 V. .
H names the fo.l..w ing w itnesses to prove
his contiiiWHftS r--sidence upon, aud cultiva
tion ot. said liu.d. viz:
Osi-ar Young . 1'et- r Reed. John H. Hise.
all of I'l.u-i rita. Ariz., and A.W. Cnlp. of
Frederick A. Tritle. jr..
Mrst publication i-eb. 1
Johnson lions? ilininj; rooms
r";x-!!tii on Stmdav next at
a p. in.
for (linn; r. The former t-xcr-l-
leut Baa of the tliuiuif room will be
maintained. I a'ronage is solicited.
Application For a Patent.
TJ. S. Land Office.
! Prescott. Ariz.. Jan. 4 191.'.
' 18 hereby given that in pursuance
I I"" ct S,nre". approved May 10,
' JT7-' '? Bfd Rock Mining Company, by
: t2- W;od- attorney-in-fact, whose post
omce ' Prescott. Yavapai county. Arizona.
has made application for a United States
patent for 1442 linear feet on the Golden
ft-,. , , - -
ece J 1Lc'limi-14 ,'eet 9 (,olfn
It . . , - X . . I li ftj . . . f 4 . i . . t . L IUVIO 4 ft ,
! leece .No. 1 ; 14P feet of Oolden Fleece No.
4. benring gold, silver and copper. Mineral
Survey No. 1589. situated in ihe Walker min
ing district. Yavapai county, Arizona, and
described in the official pint and held notes
on file iu the office of the register of the
Prescott Land District, Arizona, as follows:
GOLDEN FLEECE NO. 2 LODE.
Beginning at cor 1 the nw cor of the lode
where a porphyry stone 4x10x24 inches is set
12 inches in the ground chiseled G F No
2-1-15K) with mound of stones alongside,
whence cor to sees 4. 5, 32 and 33. tns 12 and
31 n. r 1 w. G S R meridian hears n 27 de-
grees 01 min e 2238.3 feet.
A spruce tree 28
inches in diameter scribed
B. T. ti. t . o.
j 2-1-1589 brs n 4 deg. 15 min e 23 feet. Cor
,.f !. h - R. -J r, t v..
bearings available. Thence s 30 dee e 578 ft
to cor No 2 identical with the location,
Thence s H5 deg 25 min w 819 ft to cor No 3,
identical with location. Thence s 57 deg 22
j min w 826 ft to cor No 4. identical with cor
f location. Thence n 30 deg w 578 ft to cor
No 5, identical with location. Thence u 59
deg 25 min e 736 ft to cor no 6. identical
with location. Thence n 62 deg 17 min e 706
ft to cor No 1. the place of beginning.
GOLDEN FLEECE NO. 1 LODE-
Beginning at cor No 1 identical with cur
of location, whence cor to sees 4. 5. 32 and
Xi. tps 12 and 13 n. r 1 w, (.ASK meridian
bra n 31 deg 51 3762 ft. Thence 41 deg
21 min w I486 ft to cur No 2, identical with
cur of lucatkin. Thence n 30 deg w 530 ft to
cur Nu 3. identical with cor of location.
Thence n 39 deg 37 min e 1501.9 ft to cor No
j 4. identical with cor ot hcatiun. Thence a
30 deg e 578 ft to cor No 1, tiie place of be
ginning. GOLDEN FLEECE NO. 4 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. 2 re
spectively and with cor No. 3 of Surrey No
1298. Golden Fleece No 3, whence cor to sees
4. 5. 32 and 33. tts 12 and 13 n. r 1 w. G A S
R meridian brs n 31 deg 51 min e 3762 feet.
Thence s 41 deg 21 min w 1486 ft to cor No 2
identical with cor ef location. Thence s 24
deg 25 min e 476 ft to cor No 3. Thence n 4S
deg 02 min e 1447 ft to cor No 4. identical
with cor of location. Then a 24 deg 25 min
w 578 ft to cor No 1. the place of beginning.
Variation 14 deg e at all corners.
Total area Golden Fleece No 2. . 18.601
Less area in conflict with surv- y
No 1174 Homestead lode 021
Less area in conflict with survey
No 1298, Golden Fleece No (
N E Fraction 1.0B2 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 22110
Net area Golden Flece No IT 15.394
Total net area Golden Fleei-e
No 4 16.394
Total net area of lode claims. . 49.328
Adjoining Claims Survey No 1474. Snow
flower lode, lies ne of Golden Fleece No 2 :
Survey No 1298, Golden Fleece No 3. lies se
of Golden Fleece No 2. and ne of Golden
Fleece No 4 lodes : Surrey No 1174. Home
stead lode, lies nw of Golden Fleece No 2,
and Survey No 1317, Eberhart lode, lies nw
of Golden Fleece No 1 lode.
Ledges Ledge on Golden Fleece No 2
runs from No 1 runnel s 60 deg 30 min w 52
ft and n 60 deg 30 min e. 1390 ft. Ledge on
Golden Fleece No 1 runs from tunnel No 1 n
41 deg 30 min e. 24 ft. and s 41 deg 30 min w,
1462 ft. Ledge on Golden Fleece No 4 runs
from mon at the center of the north end
line s 41 deg a 1486 ft.
Notice of location of claims are of record
in the County Recorder's office of Yavapai
county. Arizona, in books of mines as fol
lows: Golden Fleece No 1. book 38. page
496: Golden Fleece No 2. book 37. page 525:
Golden Fleece No 4. book 38. page 598.
Any and all persons holding adverse claims
thereto are required to present the same be
! fore this office within sixty days of the tirst
publication hereof, or they will be barred by
the provisions of the United States Statutes.
F. A. TRITLE. Jr.. Register.
First publication. Jan. 8, 1902. W
MINERAL APPLICATION Nf 548.
Mineral Survey 1596.
U. S. Land Office. Prescott. Astzona. i
February 6th, 1902. j
Notice is hereby given that John Lawler
and William Waters whose postofflee address
is Prescott. Arizona, have made application
for U. S. Mineral Patent for the "Mountain
Spring" lode mining chum of 1500 linear
feet, with surface ground 600 feet in width,
bearing gold, silver and lead, situate in
Eureka mining district. Yavapai county.
Arizona, and described on the plat, and by
the held notes on Hie in this office as fol
lows: Var. 14 deg. E. Beginning at cor. No. 1
identical with cor. of the location, a horn
blende schist ruck 14x5 ins x 24 ins set
8 ins in ground and chiseled 1-M S 1596.
with a mound of stone 1 ! , feet base and 3
ft high alongside, whence U.S.L.M.M. No.
4. Eureka mining district bears N 49 deg.
55 min W 4941 ft. and a juniper tree. 2,
ft in diam scribed B R 1-M S 1596. bears
S 51 deg 57 min E. 118 ft : thence N 83 deg
5 min E 300 ft to north center end. and 600
ft to cor No 2 : thence S 6 deg 55 min E 1500
ft to cor No 3; thence S 83 deg 5 min W 300
ft to South center end. and 600 ft to cor
No 4: thence N 6 deg 55 min W 1500 ft to
cor No 1, the place of beginning survey of
exterior boundaries, cuntuining 20.66 acres.
The notice of location of the Munntain
Spring" lode is recorded at pages 321 and
322. book 31. mining records of county re
corder of Yavapai county. Arizona.
This claim is located in Eureka wining
district. Yavapai county. Arizona, on an
surveyed public land in w In! would be ap
proximately, if surveyed. Sec 34 T15N.R
9 W. G 4 S R meridian.
Adjoining claims are the O K. lode on
the north (unsurvetd Whistr. Dick lode
'Tlnsuireyed) on the ast : U. S. ;blic land
on the south, and Billy's Wot.de:- lode Inn
surveyed) on the west.
The course and length of ti. vein is from
the N. C. E. to the S. C. E. ISM ft.
Any and all persons cla: ui .g adversely
the mining ground or any t ort ion thereof
so described surveyed, plattid. and applied
for. are hereby not-lied that unless their
adverse claims are duly t.led with the regis
ter of the laud office during the sixty days
of publication thereof, they will be Kirred
by virtue of the statutes in such cases pro
vided. FREDRICK A. TRITLE JR.
First pub. Feb. L2.
Application for Patent
U. S. Lund Office, Prescott. Ar .
Feb. 6thl902. j
Mineral Survey No. ..V4.
Notice is hereby given that John Lawler.
Ed Wells, whose postoffice address is Pres
cott. Arizona, and Ed M. Blake, whose pust
uffice acuress is Bisbee. Arizona, have made
application fur U. S. mineral patent for the
"Goodenuugh" lode mining claim for 1500
linear feet, with surface ground 600 feet in
width, bearing gold, silver and lead situate
iu Eureka mining district. Yavapai county.
Arizona, and described on the plat, and by
the Held notes on tile in the office as fol
lows: Var 14 deg E. Beginning at cur No I,
identical with cor ot the location, a round
malapai bolder in place 24x28x12 ins above
ground chiseled a cross (X) at exact cor
ners point and 1 G 15SH with a mound of
stones 1 it base. 3 feet high alongside,
whence l. S. M. M. No 2 Eureka mining
district bears N 43 deg 37. a, it. E 5645 ft :
and a granite bouider 8 m x 5 i:i x 3 in above
ground chiseled BUG 1 15tM bears N 55 deg
30 min W 2.6 ft : thence N 65 d.-g. 20 min W
300 ft to i.ortl. . - r -ad 600 ft to cor
No 2: thence S 24 deg 31 min W 1500 ft to
cor No 3: thencv S 65 deg 20 min E 300 ft
to south cent, r end. and 600 ft to. cor No 4;
thence N 24 deg 31miu E 1500 ft to cor No
1, the pi ce of beginning snrvey of exterior
boundaries, containing 20.66 acres.
The notice of location of the "Good
enouith" lode is recorded at page 425. Book
22. Mining Records of County Recorder of
Yavapai county. Arizona.
The claim is located on ansurveyed pujrlic
land in what would be approximately, if
surveyed, sec 10. T 15. N R W. G Jt S R.
Adjoining claims are the Ajax lode on the
north 1 uusurveyed ) U. S. public lands on
the south and other two sides.
The course and length of the vein is from
the N C E to the S C E 15UI feet.
Any and all persons claiming adversiy the
lining ground, vein, premises, or any pur- .
tion thereof so described, surveyed, platted
and applied for are hereby "..titnil that un
less their adverse claims are duly tiled with
the register of this land office during the
sixty days of publicatiou thereof, they will be
barred by virtue of the statutes in u. It
FREDERICK A TRITLE. Jr..
First publication Feb. 12.
Stockholders Annual Meeting.
Tbs adjourned annual meeting of
Hap atorkaordrn ot tho Hovt Mtaaaaj
Company will l- held .it the Burke
hotel, Presx-ott. Arizoii.t, ou February
26th. 1902. at 2 o'clock iu the after
noon. Geo. B. Fowler, Secretary.
First publication Feb. 15.