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THIS IS BARGAIN MONTH !
THIS IS BARGAIN MONTH !
A MONEY SAVING SALE FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH!!
our $12, $13 and Hi Suits ;ro in this
These are all new goods, consisting of Cassi
meres, Worsteds and Cheviots.
100 BOYS' SUITS.
We have them in sizes from 15 to 18 vears.
ARE ALL NEW, FRESH GOODS, AS WE SAVED NO
GOODS FROM THE FIRE.
They were sent to us by mistake, as we carry
boy's clothing. We will sell these suits at
They are genuine bargains,
price we ask for them .
worth double the
All our $5 Underwear
$3 . 50 per suit.
in this sale goes at
One lot of Glastenbury Underwear;
$3.50, goes in this sale at $2.75 per suit.
All of our $1.50 Underwear reduced during
this sale to $1.00 per suit.
One lot of mixed Socks going this month at
50 cents a dozen.
One lot of Socks, the 20c kind, black and
tan, guaranteed fast colors; we will sell them at
10c per pair.
One lot of our Shirts at 25c each.
One lot of Heavy Bull Cloth Shirts, always
sold at 75c, now 50c each.
One lot of Heavy Miners' Shirts, former price
$1.25, go in this sale at 75c each,
One lot of Extra Heavy Shirts, fold for $1.50,
go in this sale for $1.00 each.
A good working Glove, gauntlet or plain, at
25c pei pair.
A heavy working glove at 50c per pair.
A better one at 75c.
These Are New Goods
We have made a great reduction in
$ 7.50 Trunks go in this sale at $5.00
$10.00 Trunks at $ 7.50
$12.00 Trunks at $ 8.00
$13.00 Trunks at $ 9.00
$16.00 Trunks at $12.00
$18.00 Trunks at $13.00
$20.00 Trunks at $15.00
One lot of Heavy working Shoes at $1.00;
former price was $150.
150 pairs of Dress Shoes at $1.50.
Congress and Lace.
The BEST SHOE OX EARTH for the MONEY
THESE PRICES ARE FOR CASH ONLY. NO CREDIT.
DEPARTMENT OP THE INTERIOR,
General Land Office, Washington, D.
O., December 14, 1901. Notice is hereby
given that sealed bids directed to the Com
missioner of the General Land Office will be
received by the receiver of public moneys at
the C. S. land office at Prescott, Arizona, up
to and including;the 13th day of March, 1902,
(or the purchase under the provisions of the
act of Jane 4, 1897 (30 Stat 34-36) of all the
dead timber sound enough for lumber or
wood and a sufficient amount of mature liv
ing timber 12 inches and upwards in diame
ter 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 sound enough
only for wood, estimated at 350 cords, all to
be cut and taken from a tract of unsurveyed
land, estimated at 400 acres, on the south
Hide of the Hassayampa river, approximate
ly in Sec. 7. T 13 X. R 2 W. G A 9 R 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 $ .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 moat be
made to the receiver within 30 days from the
date of notice of award or may if the bidder
!o elect at time of making bid be made in
three equal payments in 30, HO and 90 days
respectively 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 will preserve
the remaining timber from damage as far as
possible, and the piling for burning a a safe
distance from the remaining timber of the
brush and rubbish following the catting: 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 cnt and the amount of timber cw
limited to the area and dime:
scribed, whether snth amount
tract prnvlBtiu''- for eeafirii
rules and regttHWMand the c
officer!" in chursearl aJkBBfl hi
amount of the value ilf.tn uakb- r
will be required to ee lirY fasti comp
timoer on vnna mining or owier
be exempted from sale. Tim
may be purchased on petition thenoiprith
i n one year without further idpafliiPrnent.
1'urchascrs failing to remove tirrShef awa:
ed within one year from date o notice of
award forfeit purchase money and right to
timber un removed unless an extension of
time is granted. The rijrht to reject any and
all bids is reserved. Binger Hermann, Com
missioner. First pub Feb 5
From Tuesday's Daily.
W. G. Wingfield is in town from
J. S. Cook is in town from William
The delinquent tax of Yavapai
county, for the year 1901 was pub
lished in the Journal-Miner yester
day. Dr. C. H. Hathorn died February
25 at his home twelve miles north of 1
Holbrook, of heart disease, aged 60
The members of the Ladies' Aid
society of the M. E. church are mak
ing extensive preparations for their
published, hut it is good enough to
republish, it is a club woman s an
swer which won the prize, out of
; several hundred, to the question,
"Who is the greatest woman of mod
ern history?" "The wife of the man
of moderate means who does her own
Miss Engenia Bartletson died at work, brings up a family of boys and
the home of her mother in Florence girls to be useful members of society
at noon, February 23d, 1902. aged 27 and finds time for her own intel
years. ilectualand moral improvement."
R. A. Talbot, who has been laid up A very curious bi literal cipher
with an attack of rheumatism is able , which has been discovered bv Mrs.
by the aid of a Gallup running through the first edi-
Mr. and .Mrs. Henry Goldwater ex
pect to leave Prescott tomorrow to
take up their residence in Seattle.
They will go first to Pasadena, where
Mrs. Goldwater will remain for some
time visiting with her mother. Mr.
Goldwater will remain there for a few
davs when he will go to San Fran
cisco and visit relatives for several I Hass dist.
dftja, and expects to reach Seattle in S E Fuller to W A Cline. deed,
twor or three weeks. eight claims u w of Prescott, $1.
This item has been pretty generally
Genung Water Co file articles of
incorporation; capital stock, $250,000.
The following is th'Hailr nnnri ,f John Bradv and John Walch to
, ' j r
instruments men in the recorder s of
fiee, as reported bv The Prescott
J A Hart locates M Victoria
John A Martin, deed, Cuion,
pier. Anaconda and Graphic
Thumb Butte dist.
to be around again
The senate judiciary committee has
reported favorably on the nomination
of Col. McCord. It is said there is
no serious opposition to his confirma
tion. C. M. Hamilton has accepted a
a position as organizer for the order
of Fraternal Brotherhood and left
this morning to organize a lodge in
A. G. Oliver, today, by order of the
government sold nine cords of wood
which had been cut on the Whipple
military reservation, by some In
dians and confiscated by the govern
ment. The west bound limited train on
the Santa Fe road ran into a sand
drift between Holbrook and Winslow
a couple of days since and was
wrecked. Xo lives were lost.
A. Blumberg. of the New York
store, has returned from his trip east
to purchase goods. His assistant Mr.
Wilson will remain there for about
three weeks yet.
Mrs. J. S. Smith, who with her
husband formerly managed the Junc
tion Hotel at Jerome Junction has
moved into town to reside. Mr.
Smith expects to engage in mining.
A. Blumberg has secured the ser
vices of Miss Scranton, of St. Louis
to take charge of the millinery de
partment of his store. She is ex
pected to arrive tonight.
While grading was started on the
Phenix and Eastern railroad for the
purpose of saving the tax exemption,
we are informed by one of the rail
road men that the work will le con
tinued without interruption till the
road shall have been completed and
that the grading force will be in
creased at once. Florence Blade.
Just after the Wellington opened
up for business a few mornings since
a young man made a grab at the faro
table securing S95 and made his exit
from the back door. He was over
taken by officers at Skull valley and
brought back to town and had his
preliminary evami nation and was
held under $500 bonds to answer to
the grand jury. His name is George
The school trustees last night 1
awarded the contract for the brick '
work of the new school house to
Fitzsimmons ii Keating for $8,120.
As stated in yesterday's issue this I
firm had the lowest bid for the com
plete work on the building and it
amounted to over $38,000. The board
estimated that by awarding the con
tracts for the different parts of the j
work separately to home mechanics
it can be done for about $35,000.
A north wind set in yesterdav af- i
iernoon sending the mercurv down
several degrees. It has continued
today. The thermometer this morn
ing registered fifteen degrees above
zero, Jieing the coldest weather ex-'
perienced for nearly two months.
Edwin Boyce, head of the Western
Federation of Miners, has become
wealthy through a rich find recently I
made in a mine in which he and his
wife arc interested. Members of the
miners' union are wondering whether
Boyce will remain at the head of the
order, or retire with his new found
wealth. Jerome News.
Richard Belk, the defaulting secre
tary of the Jerome Miners' union,
who is now serving a term at Yuma,
applied to Governor Murphy for a
parden, which was refused at the
request of the union. Yesterday the
eewetary of the union received a let
ter from the governor asking if there
would be any objection to restoring
Belk to citizenship after he had
served his term. The reply was
favorable to Belk and he will sum
walk the streets a free man. :
tions of Bacon s works, has excited
wide interest in the literary world.
1 This cipher consists of the use of two
wrong-font letters at intervals, com
binations of these two letters in
groups of five constituting an alpha
bet. These repetions of a wrong-font
letter cannot have been matters of
chance. Whether placed there by
Lord Bacon or by the printer, remains
in doubt. If by the printer, they re
late a wonderful romance the story
of Queen Elizabeth's marriage to the
Earl of Leicester when both were con
fined in the Tower prior to the
Queen's accession: the birth of two
sons, of whom Lord Bacon was the
elder, the Earl of Essex the other.
JosT Farlev appropriates
water of Verde river.
Geo Tisdale and J Q Adams locate
Banning mine. Quartz Mt dist.
Geo W Sines and wife to State I Geo H Avery et al locate two
Mutual B & L asson. mtg, lot 20, blk mines, Verde dist.
; C, Prescott, $1. H K Sharp an(1 Mrs H YVollenburg
' H Voge et al, locate 8 placers. locate Little Nell mine, Hass dist.
! Mineral Point dist. Gold Bug M & M Co to the Angeles
T G Norris files a of aw, on Mag- , Mg Co, b of sale, mill and other per
I net No 2 mide, Peck dist. sonal prop, Hass dist.
In est of John M Roberts, order John J Philbin jr. to the Aiigeles
authorizing John B Wells to sell Mg Co. El Dorado. El Moliua. El
Pine Spring mine, Turkey Creek dist. 1 Monte, El Paso. Nos 1 and 2 National
Peter Kennedy files a of a w on j "nines, Hass dist, $30,000.
Gift, Kennedy, Sure Down, et al, I E W Wells locates Nugett mine,
Black Rock dist. i Martinez dist.
John C Brown and wife to Geo G -T B Tad pan to T J Carrigan. p of
Wharton, deed, Blackbird, Detroit, attorney, to sell etc of Willey mine.
Kennedy, Sure Down, Gift, Chicago, Martinez dist.
Atlas mines. Black Rock dist, $1. Dan L Robinson to T J Carrigan,
D J Sullivan and W B Glore file a i P of attorney to sell etc of Willey
of a w on Crown Poiut mine. Black mines, Martinez dist.
Rock dist. A A Ross and A W Culp locate
Mrs Hattie Collins to Mrs J S two mines, Weaver dist.
Smith, mtg, 1 yr, 12 per cent, niano, : Clor A Smith to J K Miller, deed.
lot 1 blk Zl, 1'rescott and h h goods,
Knotim and solvn
Ivhereber good crops
igoi Annual FREE.
D. M. FERRY CO.
G W McGhee locates Ida Virginia
mine. Cherry Creek dist.
W Z Dawson to Wm Love, m deed.
Lone Star mine, Hass dist, $200.
S J Gnash, J C Martin, et al, in
corporate Pick and Drill Mining Co,
cap stk $1,000,000.
James Morris and A J McPhee lo-
Lord Bacon considered himself the 0ate New Jersey mine. Harper dist.
l ; . L . i .. t? i j mi
ucu 10 iuc iuiuuc oi cntnanu. l ne rriui:i. l i
Queen mine, Big Bug dist.
bi-literal cipher further tells that
Queen Elizabeth condemned her own
sou the Earl of Essex, to death. The L L Harmon to M B
Cosmopolitan for March coutaiuo, an nitge, horses and cattle,
article by Prof. Garret P. Serviss ful- owned by Wm Mitchell,
lv reviewing this remarkable romance i $12,000.
if it is concluded to have been in
serted by the printer or tragedy if
inserted bv Lord Bacon.
The following is a list of letters re
maining in the post office for the week
ending Mar. 3, 1902.
Andrews, Miss H Jingeus, Wm
Brunswick. B Co
Burn. M () Jr
Colloton, M L
Cole, H L
Cooper, Miss L
Craoks, Geo B
Davidson, Mrs L
Johnson, J W
Liagent. Jos E
Marsh, J M
Nellis, L P
Niceley, R R
Pollxry, S E
Que, Hti King
Shaw. Richd E
Downing, Eugeue Smith, G E 2
Ellis. Miss G
Townsley. H G
Stoddard. Miss B
Schuster, F J
Wolfington. C R
J G Harden and wife to L L Har
mon deed, land in Sec 8, Sec 11 and
Sec 12, Twp 10 N 3 E., $2,000.
L L Harmon to M B Hazeltine
mtge, above properties, $12,000.
R P Mason locates two mines and
mill site, Verde dist.
Otto L Cardon locates Bernard
Glesy mine, Tiger dist.
E Leesman locates Bobtail and
Wedge mine, Eureka dist.
C McMahan et al, locate '92 mine,
Walnut Grove dist.
Wm J Roark jr, to W L White,
mtg, cattle and horses on range, $572.
E A Merton et al locate seven
T J Carrigan et al locate one mine
and millsite. Weaver dist.
Henry Goldwater and wife to
Lionel D Phillips, deed, lots 35, 37
and 39 blk 16, Prescott, $5,000.
Lionel D Phillips to Heury Gold
water, mtg. lots 35, 37 and 39, Pres
J R Lowry locates two mines,
Thumb Butte dist.
Mrs L Henry to Mrs N E Harris,
b of sale, h h goods, No 228 S Monte
zuma street, $95.
Mrs N E Harris to W G Russ.mtg,
h h goods, No 228 S Montezuma
Thos J Roberts locates two mines.
Big Bug dist.
Jos Mayer and wife to Mrs Mary
L Hill, lease, 20 yrs, tract at Mayer.
Jos Mayer and wife to Edwin Hill,
lease, 20 yrs, tract at Mayer.
Otto Linn et al locate Standard
Nos 1. 2, 3 and 4 oil claims, Mineral
D E Andrews locates McDuff and
McBeth mines, Pine Grove dis.
W S Owen locates White mine,
White Pichocho dist.
Garrett & Johnson to Natl Cash
Hi COUNTY MUST PAY.
A telegram from Washington says.!
that the Dotted States supreme1
court has affirmed the decisiou of the
territorial supreme court in the cele
brated Yavapai county railroad bonds
ad holds that the county is liable'
for the amount of the bonds. This
is the case in which the county is-!
sued bonds to aid in the construction
of a railroad, paid interest on the
boada for seven years, redeemed a '
portion of the bonds and then re-'
fused to pay further interest on them.
The case has been in the courts for !
four or five years and the democratic
party has made the bonds a political
issue for two campaigns by espousing
repudiation of the bonds. This de
cision can really be no surprise to
any one, as it has been a foregone
conclusion to every intelligent citizen
that the county would be compelled
to pay the bonds. The case was very
ably defended on the part of the
county by Judge R. M. Ling, district
attorney, and he made a strong fight
to have the bonds declared illegal.
This decision will take the question j sumers. In this they are conforming
out of politics, and while there is no to the same standards that all deal
one that will deny that the payment j ers have to measure up to and, as
of them will work a great hardship they are in a better position to turn
on the county, there are few who will j out good products than the smaller
contend that as a matter of justice to
the purchasers of them, the decision
MINE WARNING NOTICES!
The undersigned, owner of the Delhi min
ing claim, sitnated in Hassayampa mining
district, having bonded the same v. ill not be
responsible for any debts contract' J agxdesxt
said property during the time of mid bond.
Jan. 1. 1902. J. 8. Atkin .
The undersigned, oxner of Profusion
mining claims, situated in Blue Tank min
ing district, having bonded the same will not
be responsible for any debts contract! d
against said property during the time of mid
bond. - John Ellis.
Oct. 18, 1901. 11-1-01
BIO BUG SMELTER.
Notice is hereby given that the Arir-ona
Eastern k Montana Smelting Ore Purchi
Notice of Application for United States
Patent No- 550.
Survey No. 1612.
I'nited States Land Office.
Prescott, Ariz. 6th day of February. 1902.
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance
of the Act of Congress, approved May 10,
1 v . Union Gold Mining Company, by H.
H. Wilkinson attorney in fact, whose post
office address U Phoenix. Ariz., has made
application for a patent for 1396.5 linear
feet on the Union Lode, and for 1499.1
linear feet on the Liberty Lode, both bear
ing gold ; the Union Lode being 270 feet
northeasterly and 11-5.5 feet southwesterly
from discovery shaft thereon, with surface
ground 600 feet in width ; the Liberty Lode
being 200 feet southwesterly and 1299.4 fset
! northeasterly from discovery shaft thereon,
with surface ground 360 feet in width ; both
situate in Pine Grove Mining District, Ya
v.iptii County, Territory of Arizona, and de
scribed by the official plat, herewith posted.
I and by the field notes on file in the office of
Kegister of Prescott Land District, Terri-
tory of Arizona, as follows:
Union Lode .
Beginning at initial monument atNCE
' of claim, which is also the S C S of t'nioj
l lode. Survey No 446. identical with the same,
where a granite stone 5x12 ins 8 ins above
ground, stone marked N. C- E. U.-1612. also
same stone marked U. S.
Thence n tvt deg 15 min w 300 feet to cor
No 1 identical with n w cor of location,
here a granite stone 5x12x24 ins set 1 ft in
the ground alongside a mon of stones 3x3 ft,
stone marked U. No. 1-1612. same marked
I U. No. 3, for cor No 3 Union lode Sur No
A cross on a granite rock in place marked
BHl'No 1-1612 bra n 26 deg 25 min w 13.4
ft. A cross on a granite rock in place
marked C no 1-1612 brs s 27 deg 50 min w
D bra N 33 deg
X. L. Chew, assistant auditor of
., - . . . ' ing and Development Company has lensed
the treasury for the postomce depart- the Boggs mines, smelter and nine line, and
ment, obtained his position partly on that undersigned will in no way be re- i 6.8 ft. U S M M No 2 P G
. sponsible for debts contracted in oneratiua 39 min e 2271.6 ft.
account of his name, lie spends the same. Thence s 21 deg 13 min w 1396.5 ft to cor
most of his time signing warrants, ""ggggk "U. TnT...
and the shortness of the name is quite Octobe 27, 1899. identical with s c e of location. Same course
- , xj j :. :i t 300 ft to cor No 3, identical with s e cor of
a factor. He can and doe write it at HOMESTEAD MINE I location.
the rate of about 6,000 times a day. I Notice is hereby given that the Homestead i Thence n 21 deg 13 min e 495.5 feet to cor
fVmseoiientlv he can earn more nar : mine- located in the Walker mining district, j u 3 lode f . Sme
consequently ne can earn more pay . . nw . - - Tlrir kT, tht ourse 9t ft to cor No 4, which is also cor
for the eovernment than a man with ; the undersumed. owner of said mine, will No 2 of the Liberty lode of this survey and
o fi l Kb. ti.lo.,. I not responsible for any labor, accident or
.w8 ........ debts of the same which
Melovidoff von Aiurnmi70'nhpimr the period of said bond.
The trusts have learned that they: Prescott, Arizona, Jan. 8, 1900.
must give good values in order to re
Application For e Patent.
U. S. Land Office. ,
Prescott, Ariz.. Jan. 4 1902.
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance
to the Act of Congress approved May 10,
1872, the Bad Rock Mining Company, by
Geo. Wood, attorney-in-fact, whose post
office is Prescott, Yavapai county, Arizona,
has made application for a United States
patent for 1442 linear fset on the Golden
Fleece Wo. 2 lode claim, I486 feet on Goldsn
Fleece No. 1 ; 1486 feet of Golden Fleece No.
4, bearing gold, silver and copps-. Mineral
Surrey No. 1589. situated in the Walker min
ing district. Yavapai county. Arizona, and
described in the official plat and field notes
on tile in 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
2-1-1589 with mound of stones alongside,
whence cor to sees 4, 5, 32 and 33, tps 12 and
31 n, rlw, OlSB meridian bears n 27 de
grees 01 min e 2236.3 feet. A spruce tree 28
inches in diameter scribed B. T. G. F. No.
2-1-1589 brs n 4 deg. 16 min s 23 feet. Cor
of location brs n 52 deg e 59 feet. No other
bearings available. Thence s 30 deg e 678 ft
to cor No 2 identical with the location.
Thence s 66 deg 26 min w 619 ft to eor No 3.
identical with location. Thence s 57 deg 22
min w 826 ft to cor No 4. identical with cor
of location. Thence n 30 deg w 578 ft to cor
No 5, identical with location. Thence n 59
dag 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 cor
of location, whence cor to sees 4. 5. 32 and
33. tps 12 and 13 n, rlw, G 4 S R meridian
brs n 31 deg 51 a 3762 ft. Thence s 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.Hentical with cor of location. Thence a
30 deg e 578 ft to cor No 1, the place of be
ginning. f GOLDEN FLEECE NO. 4 LODE.
Beginning at cor No 1. identical with cor
of location and with core No 1 and 4 of Gold
en Fleece No 1 and Golden Fleece No. 2 re
spectively and with cor No. 3 of Survey No
1298. Golden Fleece No 3. whence cor to sees
4, 5. 32 and 38. tps 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 of location . Thence s 24
deg 25 min e 476 ft to cor No 3. Thence n 45
deg 03 mm 1447 ft to cor No 4. identical
with cor sf location. Then n 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 surrey
No 1174 Homestead lode 021
Less area in conflict with survey
No 1298, Golden Fleece No 2.
N E Fraction 1.032
Net area of Golden Fleece No 2.
Total area Golden Fleece No 1. 17.904
Less area in conflict with survey
No 1317. Eberhart lode 2JU0
Net area Golden Fleece No 1. .
Total net area Golden Fleece
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 ; Survey 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 tunnel 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 w 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 f leece .No 1. book 38,
496; Golden Fleece No 2. book 37. page 52
Golden Fleece No 4. booa 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 first
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 Ml 548,.
tain their popularity with the con-
could have been otherwise.
THE DEMOCRATIC PRINCE.
Barroz. Juan Orniz, Jesus
Garcia. Julian Sanche, Regiua De
Please call for advertised letters
J. W. Akers. P. ML
Reir Go. mtc. eash rei? at Jerome.
mines, tureka dist. ; J225.
J A Martin and J A Yoyner locate A B Wiley locates Blind Chief and
four mines. Skull Valley dist. ; Blue Jacket mine, Verde dist.
E H Clarke and Mrs S C Hardy E H Stifel and E A Johnson locate 1 ful
locate Uold Dust mine, Black Canyon , Two Edds mine, Verde dist.
Thos H Wagner to Poison Bros,
J A Ross, E D Downing, et al to mtgs. horses and cattle near Williams,
Golden Age Mng Co deed, Cimrock ! Cononino county, $1,949.
and Major George mines, Big Bus , j. , ,,. . , .
rtu nrf co r; Tt?... Datil Mill, and Tim Shea locate
'' uuv i-u miuvo au J I & 1J fill I r
u-oii.-, .w.i. La
vi rtinri uion,
C W French to National Cash Reg
ister Co mtge, cash register at Mc-Cabe.
Miss Munyan's Recital.
M iss Elene Foster of Boston, was
teaching in the primary grade of a
public school, where many of the
children came from a certain locality
in which nearly all the residents were
Irish. One experience of a visit of a
mother of one of these children, she
has written in a very bright dialect
monologue which Mrs. Bauder will
recite at Miss Munyan's recital on
March seventh. There is also addi
tional interest in the fact that Miss
Foster is a personal friend of Miss
Muuyjin. Mr. Binder will also give
"The Swan Song " Mr. Armitage,
who has been heard with so much
favor as soloist in the Congregational
P A McClanahan to R M Garrett,
bill of sale for barber shop in Pres
cott. Dan Kennedy et al locate three
mines, Banning creek dist.
Jas Silvey and Mike Smith locate
seven mines Black Hills dist.
M C Parmley and wife to Jas Sil
vey and M Smith, deed, two thirds
Iron Cap and Iron Foot mines, Bla :k
John Ellis and E K Prackwinkle to
Geo A Randall, bond, on Profusion
et al mines, Blue Tank dist; $7,500.
st Chance mine. Squaw Peak dist.
Tm,lino W in L I ..a R I 1,
.i.i.iiii. i.ini.i, w i ' 1 . 1J Ul 111...
and wife, relse mtg.
F A Lehman to A
Walter Bennett, deed,
Lehman et al miues,
J S Carmichael to C
deed. J of Golden Rule
L T Larremore and C J Sanders
locate Marv Mack and Diamond
mines. Black Hills dist.
Billy Upper locates Longfellow
mine, Turkey Creek dist.
Tom Anderson to J B Caldwell, b
of sale, h of horses and cattle in Wild
During his recent trip across the
state of Pennsylvania Prince Henry
' rode down the western slope of the
Allegheny mountains in the cab of
I the engine with the engineer and
i fireman. The prince expressed him
! self highly pleased with his experi
ence. In his native land the require
ments of etiquette would scarcely
permit him to indulge in a ride with
an engine driver and stoker on ac
count of his social position and caste
distinction. In this great republic
where every man is a nobleman, the
man who manipulates the lever of a
locomotive and the one who supplies
its furnace with fuel, is each a peer.
and worthy of association with
any prince or potentate. Prince
Henry has shown his wonder-
ability of adapting him
self to the customs and usages of
democratic America, and in this
way has demonstrated the good
breeding of a true gentleman which
is characteristic of him.
C Baker and
i of Sunrise,
and A M Fulford.
J A Carmichael and
C P Collins
church will m;ike his first concert an- Kracknberger,
learance on this occasion when he naine, at Huran
ill sing "The Creole Lover's Song"
by Dudley Buck. There will be a
trio by Mrs. Bauder, Mrs. Akers and
Mr. Edgar 'ampbell will be heard
in duetts ith Miss Munyan.
"A Boat Lonir bv Abt" will be
rendered by Miss Munyan and Miss
risher. Miss Munyan s solo num
bers will ite songs which she has not
hut are in
t he singing
' -ne of her
V J . I , 1
Above bond assigned to B J Perry , meal 2 tana "T?1 0pl??
,1 a t Piiif,,.,) nles amendment to articles of incor
locate Golden Rule South mine Big ? , 1 SltTk
RiicrilUt i Gold Mg to, deed. Moscow, Whv
" ' lv. ai ran. v- tt
. , . , .'ui. niiuct, uiiur uiiiui, .ev 1 car s
Krackeuberger to Luke Test pt HilSK (jist.
deed, Montezuma ;
also bldgs. Frank Deviue to Carrie M. Devine,
v t ru w 1 t i tieed. j oi ijoiu .Migget and Lnion
F J Christine locates four mines in i tv.,h i:. Ti.
v a t i i . . t " j bj t 1 J I i .
given before in Prescott,
give a Scotch ballad as
f the Scottish songs U
Crl in time. Sold by druse 1 to. HI
R H Burmister locates two mines
in Turkey Creek dist.
James Mahoney to F X O'Brien,
agreement, extending option.
John J Carroll locates Deer Trail
mine in Humbug dist.
Louis Ericson and David Care lo
cate two mines in Black Canyon dist.
American Gold mines Co, locates
two mines in Humbug dist.
Chas Johnson locates N'ew Years
mine in Weaver dist.
Sam F Powell to A J Edwards,
option on various mines in Black
Trinity Gold Co files article of in
corporation, capita! stock. $1,000,000.
James Oates locates Edna mine, Mar
W C Potteiger to McCabe Ext M
V M Co, b of sale, frame bldg at Mc
Thos McMahon to McCabe Ext M
& M Co. b of sale, frame bldg at Mc
H Voge files a of a w on Sundown
mine, Pine Grove dist.
We are prepared to take contracts
for any kind of mine development
work. Call or address Wihon & At-telM-rry,
care O. K. Store, Prescott,
Ariz. 2 25tf
It has been remarked that General
"Bell" is "ringing" the "knell" of the
Philippine rebillion. And the reve
nue bill looks after the "tolls."
The United States is now export
ing great quantities of silk to China
anil France, formerly the formost
silk producing countries.
The news from South Africa is be
ginning to have a hackneyed tone.
DeWet is either about to be captured
or has just escaped capture.
It looks as if the public would have
to take its choice between the Ameri
can "butcher" in the Philippines and
the American slanderer who bas made
a bugaboo of him.
The only opposition in the senate
to the resolution calling for a change
in the date of the presidential inau
guration was by Seuator Stewart of
Nevada, who thought that the pleas
ant April weather "might attract too
large crowds to Washington and
cause too much military display, pos
sibly leading to revolutionary demon
strations. Is it possible that Senator Tillman,
in warning President Roosevelt not
to go to South Carolina, as he would
be in danger of assassination, (tainted
his constituency worse than they
really are. It is announced now that
the captain to whom the state pro
insed to present a sword will de
cline to accept the gift on account of
the Tillman episode.
! manufacturers, it can be seen that
i they are not the unmixed evil that
our democratic friends would have us
The interior department is taking
a census of the buffaloes in this coun
try by means of reports from the
different states giving the number of
animals, wild and tame, in their
boundaries. Canada will also be J
asked to give statistics. When all
reports are in there will be an effort
made to secure legislation to preserve
and foster the herds wherever found.
The government has engaged in other j
counts of animals, a notable one be- i
ing the general census of the seals '
taken on the Pribilof islands
of the Bering sea.
St. Joseph's Academy.
Names of pupils who for perfect
attendance, excellent scholarship and
satisfactory deportment during the
month of February, have merited a
place on the roll of honor:
Senior Department Ollie Punten
ney, Katie Fitzgerald, Nina Green
wood, Vera Greenwood, Belle Rod-
Ssrs, Lillie Belle Campbell, Clara
Intermediate Department Mamie
Duke, Mary Burke, MBry Hickey,
Clarita Candelaria, Hazel Hall.
Primary Department Stella Ba
con, Mabel Bacan, Juanita Rupert,
Annie Riemann, Malcoln Barrett.
Notice is her.-by triven that the Silver Belt
I mine, located in the Asroa Fria Miniiuj Dis-
xict, is now bakes worked nnder bond and
I lease, and the owners of seid property nor
the property itself, i!! not be responsible
: for any debts contract! d against snid prop
! erty during the time of suid bond.
MKS. r'. A. BASHr ' HD,
Prescott, Arizona. May 22. 1901.
NIGHT HAWK. Et Al.
The undersigned, owner of the Night
Hawk, White Hawk, and Scottish Chief rnin
tng claims, and Night Hawk mill site, situat
ed in Pine Grove district. Yavapai county.
eor No 2 of the Union Sur No 446, identical
, v .r,,i. .(nr., ,t witn n e cor ot location.
J ...... -m. J ic ... -jno ft ... ......
1 U-U.' 11 UVg 11111. W iNW I, M II 1. t
the place of beginning survey of exterior
The notice of location of this claim is re
corded ic the office of the Recorder of Yava
pai county, at page 88 of Book G 7 of mines.
Beginning at n c e. identical with the n c
e of location, where a granite stone 6xl2i24
ins is set 1 ft in ground alongside a mon of
stones 3x:t ft stone marked NCKLSo 1612
Thence n 6;; deg Hi min w 50 ft to cor No
1. ut intersection of line 1-2 Survey No 446
("nion lode at s 24 deg :K) w 266.5 ft from cor
No 1. Original cor of location bra n 63 deg
l.i min w 250 feet. A cross on a granite rock
in place marked L No 1-1612 alongside bnilt
a mon of stones 3x3 ft. A cross on a granite
rock in place marked L No 1-1612 alongside
unit a mon of stones3x3 ft. A cross on a gran-
1 -1 . V..,,.;., . V. 1 ..A . V. . , .. .11 " . T .
"i " " mmc. -in urn , i, (j, 50 mm . i5.5 t, A cross on a gran
De responsioie ror any aeots contracted. , rock in place narked B R L No 1-1612,
ag nst said property dunug the time of saiu i brs n SS deg 25 min e 19.4 ft. C S M M No
ua- I 2 P G D brs n 16 deg 21 min e 1677.9 ft.
o M . . ei T orfiT' Thence s 24 deg 30 min w 600 feet to cor
Prescott, Arizona, Feb. 1, 1!J0. I jj - which ig hso r No 4 Union lode of
this survey . Thence s 21 deg 13 min w 900
; ft to eor No 3, whence 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 C E
i identical with S C E of location. Same
' course 300 ft o cor No 4, identical with s 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
vrith the n e cor of location .
Thence n 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 is re
corded in the office of the Recorder of Yava
pai County, at page 624 of Book 56 of Mines.
STANDARD AND BUSTER.
Notice is hereby given that the Slamlanl auJ
Buster irroup of mines, located in the Pine
Grove district, Brsdshaw mountains, ire ni n
being worked under bond and lense, and that
the owners of the same will not be respon IfeAt
for any labor, accident, or debts of the sme
accrued under the terms of the leae.
J. A. Fosse.
ONTARIO GROUP OF MINES.
Notice is hereby given that the undrrsignei!
are the owners of the Ontario group 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 parties work
ing the said Ontario gronp.
W. W. Munds A Co.
Prescott, Arizona, April 1. l:.'l.
Application for Patent
Union Lode 19.132 Acres
Liberty Lode 12.368 "
Total area lode claim 31.50
DO RIGHT DO WRITE.
When vou write, write right. The
Smith Premier Typewriter is all
right. J. M. Bailey, Agent, Prescott,
Arizona. 2-lotf W
Shorthand and Typewriting Office.
Any parties desiring the services of
the undersigned in either shorthand
or typewriting are requested to call
at room 21, Bank of Arizona. Satis
factory work guaranteed and prices
Miss Mattie Storm,
Miss Flora Chilwell.
T. S. Brown of Big Bug
has purchased a fine cam
era. If he is wise he will
let "Humphries do the
Rooms 35 and 36,
This claim is located approximately in Tp.
10 N R 1 w Gila and Salt river base and
meridian, in Pine Grove Mining District.
Yavapai County. Arizona. and is bounded on
the north by the Union. Sur No 446: on the
east by property belonging to the Crowned
fcing Mining t ympany nr.a on tne south By
k it. n.i hi tec Crowned King
Company, lui - ef claims un
known, and on the 'vest b prop . ty belong
ing to Rob rt 1 -ougherty. names of claims
Any and al! persons claiming adversely
the mining ground, or any portion thereof,
so described, surveyed, and platted, and ap
plied for. are hereby notified that unless
their adverse claims are duly hied with the
Register of the Land Office during the sixty
days of publication thereof, they will be
barred by virtue of the statutes in such cases
Frederick A. Tritle, Jr..
First puplication Feb. 19. W
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
3ii -Sr - Jr 3' -3" -5" S' -3- -5" -3- $
iS FOR THE COLD WINTER.
FEN 5. MILUKhlH
U. S. Land Office, Prcrmitt. Ariz
Mineral Survey No. -i .
Notice is hereby given that John Lawler. I pn
Ed Wells, whose postomce address is Pres
' cott, Arizona, and Ed M. Blake, whose post
office address is Bisbee. Arizona, have made
application for U. S. mineral patent for the
"Goodenough" lode mining claim for 1500
linear feet, with surface ground 600 feet in
width, bearing gold, silver and lead situate
in Eureka mining district, lavapai county. I
Arizona, and described on the plat, and by
the field notes on file in the office as fol
Var 14 deg E. Beginning at cor No 1.
j identical with cor of the location, a round
malapai bolder in place 24x2Pxl2 ins above
ground chiseled across (X) at exact cor
ners point and 1 G 1594 with a mound of
, stones lVj ft base. 3 feet high alongside.
' whence L. 8. M. M. No 2 Eureka mining
district bears N 4:1 deg 35 min E .ili45 ft :
i and a granite boulder H in x 5 in x 3 in above
: ground chiseled BRG-l-lr.94b. ars N SB d
30 min W 2.6 ft : thence I 65 deg. 29 min
3UU ft to north center end, and 600 ft to cor
No 2; thence S 24 deg 31 min W 1500 ft to
cor No 3: thence S 65 deg 29 min E 300 ft
to south center end. and 600 ft to cor No 4;
thence N 24 deg 31miu E 1500 ft to cor No
1. the place of beginning survey of exterior
boundaries, containing 20.66 acres.
The notice of location of the Good
enough" lode is recorded at age 42T. Book
22. Mining Records of County Recorder of
Yavapai county, Arizona.
The claim is located on unsurveyed public
laud in what wonld be approximately, if
surveyed, sec 10. T 15. N R 9 W. 841 ft
Adjoining claims are the Ajax lode on the
north (unsurveyed) U. S. public lands on
the south and other two sides.
The course and length of the vein is from
the N C F. to the SHE 1500 feet.
Any and all persons claiming adversly the
mining ground, vein, premises, or any r-
!..-. i i . .l.,.jV- .... . ..1 ..I n . . ..I
and armlied for are hereb'v not i tin that nn. Situation Wanted
less their adverse claims are duly tiled with bookkeeper desires a
tne register ot mis latia omre iiuring tne
J . J" m 1.11 .1 .u . 1 31t k
sii uui. ill iiuiiiu ni inn i uuinii , I in' will oe . ,
barred by virtue of the statut.-s in such rom present employer.
FREDERICK A. TRITLE. Jr..
rirst publication Feb. 12.
Mineral Survey 1596.
U. S. Land Office, Prescott. Arizona,
February 6th, 1902. J
Notice is hereby given that John Lawler
and William Waters whose postofflce address
is Prescott. Arizona, have made application
for U. S. Mineral Patent for the "Mountain
Spring' lode mining claim 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 field notes on file 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 rock 14x5 ins x 24 ins set
8 ins in ground and chiseled 1-M S 1596.
with a mound of stone l1 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. lf
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 Si 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, containing 20.66 acres.
The notice of location of the "Mountain
Spring" lode is recorded. At pages 321 and
322, book 31. mining records of county re
corder of Yavapai county. Arizona.
Thisciaim is located in Eureka mining
district. Y avapai county. Arizona, on 'in-
surveyed public land in what would be ap
proximately, if surveyed. Sec 34 T 15 . rl
9 W. G A S R meridian.
Adjoining claims are the O. K. lode on
the north (unsurveyed) Whistling Dick lode
i unsurveyed) on the east: V. S. tmblic land
on the south, and Billy's Wonder lode (un
surveyed ) on the west.
lhe course and length of the vein is from
the N. C. E. to the S. C. E. 1500 ft.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
the mining ground or any lMrtion thereof
so described surveyed, platted, and applied
for. are hereby notified that unless their
adverse claims are duly filed with the regis
ter of the land office during the sixty days
of publication thereof, they will be barred
by virtue of the statutes in such cases provided.
FREDRICK A. TRITLE JR.
First pub. Feb. 12.
Estate of Louis Becke. deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned,
executor of the estate of Louis Becke. de
ceased, to the creditors of and all persona
having claims against the said deceased, to
exhibit them with the necessary vouchers,
within four months after the first publica
tion of this notice to the said executor at
Prescott. Arizona, the same being the place
for the transaction of the business of said
estate, in said County of Yavapai.
J. M. W. Moore,
Executor of the estate of Louis Becke. de
ceased. Dated this 4th day of January. 1902.
First publication January 8. 1902. 4tw
HOUSES AND ROOMS TO RENT
To Let- Sunny front corner room:
electric lights. Apply at corner of
Carleton and Pleasaut streets. 2-24
For rent Two comfortable front
rooms, one block from plaza; rent
reasonable. Mrs. Addie Harris, 212
East Goodwin street. s 11 tf
SITUATIONS WANTED -HELP WANTED
Burke Hole! Coraer.
Go to R. M . Burmister & Sons'
Co. for fresh garden, flower and
tried seeds, extra fancy Colorado
alfalfa seed. Kentucky blue grass,
and white clover seed, amber
cane or sorghum seed, white, yel
low, red and button onion sets.
All seeds fresh and guaranteed.
some imamg company. References
V. M.irton. s.ri Eads Ave.. Station Xo.
1. Dallas. Texas. 2-17x6
Help Wanted -Good cook in pri
vate family. Apply at this office, tf
NOTICE TO f
Estate of Oeorg- Arthur Allen, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned,
executor of the estate of George Arthur Allen,
deceased, to the creditors of and all persons
having claims against the said deceased, to
exhibit them with the necessary vouchers,
within four months after the first publica
tion of this notice to the said executors at
the office of Robert E. Morrison in Prescott,
Arizona, the same being the place for the
transaction of the business of said estate, in
said county of Yavapai.
Alfred Quetu. and
Rob't E. Morrison,
Executor of the estate of George Arthur Al
Dated this 24th day of January. 1902.
First publication January 29, 1902. 4tw
For Sale New Home Ma
chines. $7: Singers, 56; Domestic,
7.."i i. Machines rented. J. S
tier. 214 west Gurlev street
I'restvtt. tk-t 4-tf. f
vww, wwwswi sew "sxeae
H E 1615.
Notice For Publication.
Land office at lreacott. Arizona, I
February 17, 1902.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed 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 ana receiver at Prescott.
Arizona, on Thursday. March 27. UWC.
viz: Louis J. Hasselfeldt. H. E. 161.1. for the
N X of SE V and SE t4 of SE, of Sec. 17.
and NE i4 of NEt, of Sec. 20. Twp. 11 N.
tt 4 W.
He names the following witnesses to
his continxOMis ri'Sidence upon, and cult
tion of. salt! land, viz:
"car Young. Peter Reed. John H. Hise.
all of Placerita. Ariz., and t . W. Culp. of
Frederick A. Tritle. ir..
First publication Feb. 19 W