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From Tuesday's Daily.
T. M. Earnhart of Kirkland is in
U. S. court adjourned today at 12
Hart Brothers of Jerome have made
Geo. U. Youug came in from Wil
E. M. Siinfonl went out to the
country today on business.
Hon. A. A. Moore came up from
Walnut Grove ve.-terday.
Born, in Prescott, March 27, 1903,
to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. X. Burhans
KeaneSt. Charles, of the Kingman
Our Mineral Wealth, was iu town yes
Mrs. Geo. C. Ruffner is in Tempe
visiting her father who is quite aeri
In the Slattery case in the U. S.
court today the jury brought iu a ver
dict of not guilty.
Joseph Dent was fouuii guilty to
day in the V. S. court and sentenced
to pay a fine of S40.
L. C. Heir, a special agent of the
interior department, who came from
Washington on the Pugh case, left for
A lot of Mexican laborers passed
through Prescott a day or two ago
from Phenix on their way to work on
the Santa Fe road. .
The funeral of the late Mrs. J. N.
landless took place this afternoon
2 o'clock from the Episcopal
rch. Interment was in the K. oi
. C. Snow, who left here recently
Missouri, has purchased two farnir
r Shell City, in that state and has
led down there to grow up with
'hotographer Humphreys has just
shed up some excellent photos of
cott. They are the finest and
inest pictures of the town we have
, shipment of about two car loads
itahan laborers arrived in Freseott
Saturday night and went out to
Mayer Sunday to work on the new
Big Bug railroad.
The extraordinary prosperity of the
country should find itself solidly re
flected in the coffers of the Salvation
Army during the week of April 6 to
13. which is its Self-Deniel Week.
G. E. Lamb of Clinton. Iowa, and
one of the owners of the celebrated
Oro Grande mine, is expected here on
tonight's train in a private car. Mr.
Upton, who is associated with him in
the above mine, went up on yester
day's train to meet him. and they will
visit the Grand Canyon together.
The Salvation Army is doing a good,
if unpretencious. work in our commu
nity. It announces a special Self
Deniel Week, in which all its mem
bers will be expected to join, the mo
ney saved to be devoted to the gener
al funds of the organization. Friends
and sympathizers are urgently re
quested to add their contributions.
The officers of the local corps will ex
plain how. The dates are April 6 to
Miss Munyau's name was uninten
tionally otnittexj from the program as
given at the Cotifrrefrational church.
Easter Sunday, in last evening's is
sue of this paper. Although quite ill
on Friday and Saturday, she rendered
"Easter Morn" most beautifully at
the morning service.
Mrs. H. T. Lasurer died at McCabe
Sunday after a lingering illness of ; dist.
consumption. Her body was brought j Maud M Clifford et con to Frances
to Prescott today and the funeral held j A Bashford, mtge on above property,
from the undertaking parlors of S. A. yy C McAllister and O H Perry
Logan Mrs Lasurer was a member locate three mlnegi Blue Xank digt
of the Lnited Moderns lodge at Mc
Cabe. and the body was met here by B Peters and wife to Mrs F Gib
a representation of the Prescott lodge j mm Jeed- one third of Bonnie Bell
of that order. Her husband is an em-1 mlne' Hassayampa dist.
plove of the Model Mining companv
Miss Helen Munyan left this morn
ing for Pueblo. Colorado, in response
to a telegram received Sunday even
ing from her uncle at that place. She I
will sing at several concerts and after
a visit of a few weeks, will proceed to
WOWUi f t! 11 111' 1 1 I. 1 1 VI 1.1.
her friend. Miss Myrta Loder, sister
of Mrs. H . B. Long, at Indianapolis,
Ind. Miss Munyan came here last
September and has made hosts of
friends. ller beautiful voice and
charming presence, as well as her
iuvatiie ns.xwuion lias maue ner a
friend and welcome sruest in manv
homes. .Scarcely an entertainment
has been complete without her name
on the program. Success was assured
whenever she was to sing. Miss
Munyan hopes to return to Prescott
early next September, and she
doubt will receive a most hearty wel-
- ' . . , ,
Misses Sylvia DeKuhu. Floreuce :
tternaon auu Ma Del I .Moore, with
Mrs. J. L. Mauds as chaperone, will
leave Thursday for Phenix to take
part in the territorial silver medal
contest Fridav evening in the Doris
Opera house. These young ladies
have given much time to the stud y
and preparation of their rea;lings.aud
hose who have heard them feel as
sured that their chances are good for
competing among the other contest
ants at Phenix. Besides Prescott
anil Phenix representatives from
Tempe, Florence. Tucson and Mesa
will take part. Great interest is felt
in this, or first territorial contest, and
we look forward to the result with
Recently a rumor lecanie current
that irregularities existed in county
licensing of gambling houses and
saloons, and that some of these re- j
sorts were escaping the payment of
their share of the eounty's running
expenses. This rumor coming to the
ear of the board of supervisors of !
Yavapai countv. Ralph D kestra wa
appoinieu u, investigate the matter
. I . m a a a .
upvn i-' t-svrt t i ci l nn m . i
I 1 1 - inif f r ! - L-.at t" I.a I
several towns where these places were
being run, and when in Jerome on the
12th inst., made a very thorough in-!
quiry into the matter, but would uot
divulge whether there was any of our I
places of diversion getting ol "cheap." ;
-Jerome News. H
Gen. Chiang states that two priests j
are being held as hostages by reikis
near C haovang,
($50001 which the
until 7000 taels
rebels assert was
collected from them by the church,
is returned. It is asserted by the re
bels that iu consideration of this no
ney the church promised them pro
tection against an invasion by the al
lies of the French and Russians. The
French authorities deny that there is
any difficulty in that district. Not
withstanding this, the situation i- !m -lieved
to be serious. A C atholic de
puiy accompanied Gen. Ma Yu KurV
with 500 Chinese troops to the aoesaa
to assist in bringing aliout a settle
ment. Neglect Means Danger
Don't neglect biliousness and con
stipation. Your health will suffer
permanently if iou . !e Witt's
Little Earlv Risen-- cure such eases.
M. B. Smith. Butternut, Mich., says
'DeWitt's Little Eanv Risers are the
moot satisfactory pills I ever tx(k.
Sever trriii or cause nausea."
is oysters served iu any style
.V u: ;lio s. tf
The following is the daily report of
instruments filed in the recorder's of
fice, as reported by The Prescott
Certificate of incorporation of the
Henry B. Clifford & Co, cap stk f 1,
C Q Broehu and M Cantin amend
locatiou of Mountain Park mine.
E Block et al locate two mines, Big
C B Burson files a of a w on Carrie
B and Chickadee mines, Copper Basin
Mollie Miller ts James A Miller,
lis jen, to quiet title Suhuara Xos 1
to 5. Black Rock dist.
J C Martin, receiver. Black Hills
Copper Co, Ltd, receipt. Mountain
View, Descanso, Vulcan, Olynpia.
Domingo and Key West mines, $535.
State Mutual B and L asso, to Mar
sruerite Campbell, rises lot 7 blk 3,
J B Smith to Louis Melczer, b of s
saloon and store at Constellation,
J W and C F Morrell locate Col
orado mine. Weaver district.
W H Green locates two mints,
Alice Mo-?ller to Minnie Gatfield,
deed lot 12 blk 2, Moeller add, Pres
cott. Est of Ed Lykseit, deed, to Oline
Christenson, decree distributing intrs
iu Broad Gauge, Double Eagle, Cur
tis. Hidden Spring, Florence and
Fools' mines. Verde dist.
Poison Bros vs Abe and Marg
Nichols, attchmt, cattle near Ash
O A Eusign locates three mines.
K W Meador and J W Wilson to
Shumate & Raible. b of s, fixtures, etc
in Wilson bldg (Rybon & Comer).
R H Burmister, Ed Block et al in
corporate Arizona Debenture and
Trust Co. cap stk $10,000.
Slate Creek Mg Co files a of a w on
three mines, Hass dist.
A R'Fleischmann, trustee, files a of
a w on Lookout mine, Slate Creek
E J F Home and wife to State
Mutual B and L asso, mtg lot 1 blk
19. Fleury's add. Prescott, $1,500.
Francis Bashford to R H Burmis
ter, p of attorney.
G W Hart to Geo Beagley, deed,
lot 7. blk 1. Rutledge addition, Je
rome. Chas H Akers to Warrior Copper
company deed. El Rami mine,
Luther Wilson locates Dolly and
Dividend mines, Hassayampa dist.
FA Biffar locates two mines Cherry
L X Hornbacher locates five mines.
E G Wiel, et al locates four mines.
Mineral Point dist.
W C Miller and C E Nat hoist lo
cate two mines. Walker dist.
W C Miller locates El Rami East,
mine, same dist.
C H Hooker, et allocate Petroleum
Queen and Prince mines. Mineral
Geo M Walls et al locate Oil King
mine, same dist.
Fireman's Fund Ins Co, and Liver
pool At London and Globe Ins Co
appoint R X Fredericks agent.
Francis A Bashford to Maud M
Clifford deed, Boulder mine. Walker
T F Wodsworth locates three mines
Blue Tank dist.
London and Lancashire Fire Ins
Co appoints W G Reese agent.
Oriental Ins Co appoints Martin-
deli, Horne Sc Co agent.
D B Lawler files A of A work
Constellation mine, Eureka dist.
W U Cooper and M L Griffin file A
of A work on Buster mine, Copper
Alex Xelson and Antone IJanise
vich locate Great Eastern niiuv. Big
M R Kiley and Sam Schenck lo-
cate Bloomingtou and Peoria 2, mines
S P Hill locates Puritan mine,
Thumb Butte dist.
J-imes P King locates Alabama
mine in Cherry dist.
i, , ... i- i, ;.,,, I .. !,....,,..
Mountain Lion mine, Weaver dist.
J D Vance and Phil Bradv locate
Black ie minp Mineral Point dist.
A W Fisher locates Majestic
Marv E Bashford to A J Head deed
1st 12. blk 9, Prescott.
Val Verde Copinr Co to Standard
Smelting X Refining Co, agreement
concerning reduction of ores.
d Johnson locates two mines,
White Picacho dist.
H L Jaycox locates Golden Copper
mine, Castle Creek dist.
Xorth British and Merchantile In
surance Co appoints E J F Horne as
agent and attorney.
Albert Mann & Co to J J Fisher
deed, lots 15. 17, blk 17, Prescott.
J E Wagoner and wife to same
party, lot 13 blk 17, Prescott.
X L Griffin to J W Johnson, lease
lot on Goliah mine. Walker dist.
T W Wood deed, lot 6, blk 23,
J H Agard locates four mines.
Castle Creek dist.
hrnest G Timme to J C Martin
au1 wif dse m,
J W Hubbard and J T Allen locate
two mlnes' BlS BuS d,st
E S Campbell to J M Garrett
mtSe of 53.000 on sheep.
Alice T Scott vs David T Scott, rise
r xx ru ,pr i o i j j
. D H Parks to Eliza J Parks m deed
to of three mines, erde dist.
W H Harris et al locates three
mines. Agua Fria dist.
Great Republic C & G M Co locate
Harris,.,, ,;.. ri.,,.l- .,.,,,.,, ,i;.t
M A McKinney locates Blue Bird j
mine Lane dist.
J F Burris and F A Murphv locate
Walker Chief mine, Walker dist.
J A Parker locates Parker miue.
: Black Canyon dist.
John L Davis locates six mines and
m s, Agua Fria dist.
A C Young to J L Munds and J W
EMuislt, ch mtg on cattle.
J W Conger et al to J C Forest,
I deed to eleven mines. Black Hills
Patsey Hogarty locates Homeview
j mine. Humbug dist.
Phenex Insurance Co appoints W
G Reese agent.
M J Nolan et"fll locates two mines, !
j T G Norris locates thrc mines.:
Black Canyon dist.
L D Phillips et al locate five mines,
L-optr ivisin nisr.
yi ( Sharpneck and wife to B J
Ktnser and W F Hall, m deed to Al
trurasand Blue Jay mines. Copper
J F Dillon to W W White, mtg on
two mines. Eureka dist.
F Marlow locates Mountain Veiw
mine, Hass dist.
Mrs Jessie Fisher locates Gleucoe
mine. Big Bug dist.
M J Nolan files a of a w on numer
ous mines, Big Bug dist.
L M Turner appropriates 6000 ins
Verde river water.
John McGillen files a of I 'v on two
mines, Walnut Grove tiist.
S A Price ct al locates two mines.
M F Taft et al locate Famous mine,
WC Miller and C E Nathorst to
Warrior (pper Co, deed to El Rains.
N and El Rains miue. Walker dist.
L E Robbins locates five mines
' .lack Hills dist.
Lee Robinson tiles a of a w on Lee
Kobinson group, Big Bug di-t.
H J Chappel locates Lone Jack
mine, Hass dist.
J G Kelly and wife to E E Hatch,
mtg lot 26 blk A, Syndicate add to
Lary C Beck et al to State Mutial
B & L assn, lot 18 blk 22, Prescott,
J I Meador and wife to H H Stone,
m deed of Red, White and Blue
mines, Black Rock dist.
K Barrett ami Chas Boyd locate K
B miue. Black dist.
Mrs H L Jaycox locates Whale
mine. Weaver dist.
G W Morgah and W I Taylor Com
odore, two mines. Black Rock dist.
P Bosha at Congress appoints five
Mammoth Gold Co files amdt to
arts of incorp.
Pride of Arizona Copper Co files
amdmt to arts of incorp.
Chas Dorr et al locate Rambler
mine, Black Hills dist.
Chas Reesto J L Munds. ch mtg cat
tle in Chino valley.
Black Rock T& C Mg Co locate
six mins Agua Fria and Black Hills
D B Powell etal locate three mines,
Agua Fria and Block Hills dist.
L D Phillips et al locate two mines
in Copper Basin dist.
P J Fitzgerald locates Essex mine,
Wm Garlan and S Ross to W S
Johnson, b of sale cattle.
Robt Allen locates two mines.
Cherry Creek dist.
Wm Andersen locates Morning
Star mine, Squaw Peak.
Geo Parker locates Sadie A mine.
Oriental Mg Co files a of a w on
L B Kent Mg Co files a of
We are prepared to take contracts
for any kind of mine development
work. Call or address Wilson & At
teberry, care O. K. Store, Prescott,
Saturday Excursion to Phenix.
Commencing Saturday. Nov. 2,
1901, and continuing on each Satur
day until March 29. 1902.
Limit 30 days. Fare $9.00.
Miss Kodaker ! You
press the button and let
Humphries do the rest.
Rooms 35 and 3(5,
Notice is hereby given that on Mon
day. April 7, 1902. at 10 a. WL, tin
undersigned, a resident of Congress,
will apply for pardon from the
penitentiary at Yuma.
3-24-10t ' Clement G. Wilson.
Shorthand and Typewriting Office.
Any parties desiring the services of
the undersigned in either shorthand
or typewrit inr are requested to call
at room 21, Bank of Arizona. Satis
factory work guaranteed and prices
Miss Mattie Storm,
2 4w2 Miss Flora Chilwell.
Position wanted by competent
young woman in private family, where
washing is riven out. Would be s.tt-
isfi-d with reasonable
at this office.
Grand Canyon Excursion.
Date of side each Tuesday.
Limit 60 days. Rate $1 1 .40.
Eastern Star Notice.
Regular stated meeting of Golden
Role chapter No. 1 ). F. S. Thursday
evening April .i. 1S02. at 8 o'clock.
By order of W. M.
H. J. Olhvr, Secretary.
T. S. Brown of Big Bug
has purchased a fine cam
era. If he is wise he will
let ' I ! . :r : i li i u- :'.i
-. ..... j.u. 1. . V . W III.
Rooms 35 and 36.
Pocket Book Found.
A ladies gTeeu leather purse with
brass clasps, containing a sum of
money has been found. Owner can
obtain same by applying at redence
of T. G. Norris, proving property aud
paying for this ad. 3-27 6t.
No orders or claims against the
Midnight Test Mining company ;i?id
the Red Rock Mining company will
be honored, unless approved by the
undersigned. Geo. Wood,
3-25-6 General Manager.
Do not le deccivol tw Bmsb w(m ad
vertise a fM).K) BewuigllstMue for
9BuMl T 1 i is k i ii1 of h ni:i r: i i i ; n
:-o bnngttt from sssrfuiy of our
dealers from 1 '.': to ''S.00.
H rfutl . WMBflCTY.
I.', i (tfW K3B2 ?S m BEST.
The J" ci !. t;-: mlse Ifca 1 rrngtb -r
wwskncHi .f i;. I.. .t; Uschl ml Tlia
i)bie Prcs! nwiililmd i Its ot
strong points maKcs tte ae.v aa.:ue
the best Sewing jlai liuio to buy.
Wlfef. BRIMS SSa
-1 -t of
we luaniitttctureand prices before iiun-baniug
THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE GO.
I 1 asaaSq. If. Y., Chicago, 11 1., Atlanta, Oa
St. Iuis,Mo Dal!a,Tex.,San Kr mciaco, Oal
FOR SALE av '
Q Beet Congta Syrup. Tattn Good. UN H : I 1 " " M
L., in time. Bold by dragrtas. W
" : ccc nun
The liniment bottle and flannel strip are
familiar objects in nearly every household.
They are the weapons that have been used for
generations to fight old Rheumatism, and are
about as effective in the battle with this giant
disease as the blunderbuss of our forefathers
would be in modern warfare.
Rheumatism is caused by an acid, sour
condition of the blood. It is filled with acrid, irritating matter that settles
in the joints, muscles and nerves, and liniments and oils nor nothing
else applied externally can dislodge these gritty, corroding particles. They
were deposited there by the blood and can be reached only through the blood.
Rubbing with liniments sometimes relieve temporarily the aches and
pains, but these are only symptoms which are liable to return with every
change of the weather ; the real disease lies deeper, the blood and system
are infected. Rheumatism cannot be radically and permanently cured
until the blood has been purified, and no remedy does this so thoroughly
and promptly as S. S. S. It neutralizes the acids and sends a stream
write about their case, and we will send
and its treatment. THE
Your Feet ?
Are They Damp and Cold?
i .,,1-iKnv mime
foot holds. Prices range
to $1.10 for men's.
Keep Your Own Side Walk Clean.
The best Snow Shovel only f 1 00.
KILPATRICK & TALBOT.
OLD 0. K. STORE.
It buon 9t chop Wood
but Sargent's Gem Food Chopper will
chop raw meat, cooked meat, vege
tables of all kinds, fruit, crackers,
bread, eggs, - cheese, nuts, figs and
other foods, and
them all rapidly, easily, coarse or fine, in uniform
pieces, without mashing, squeezing, tearing or
R. H. Burmister & Sons Co.
HfExtr.t I'auev Colorado Alfalfa Seed, Kentucky
Blue Grass, and White I Mo it Seed. Aml)er Cane or
Sorghum Seed. White. Yellow. Bad and Button
AH Seeds Fresh
rjHome Bakery Restaurantat
Beds af 1 5C and Up.
k's Board imd Lodging at from $4.00 up.
:et. rescott. Phone 355.
ROS Jam -
of rich, strong blood to the affected parts, which
dissolves and washes ou all foreign materials, and the
sufferer obtains happy relief from the torturing pains.
S. S. S. contains no potash or other mineral, but
is a perfect vegetable blood purifiers and most
will advise, without charge, all who
free our special book on Rheumatism
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, 6a.
rrnlrkcbfc CQtirlalc at"tlrC nr
from 25 cents for children's
THE BEST ALWAYS." i
Digests what yon eat.
This preparation contains all of the
digestants and digests all kinds of
food. It gives instant relief and never
fails to cure. It allows you to eat all
the food you want. The most sensitive
stomachs can take it. By Itsuse many
thousands of dyspeptics have been
cured after everything else failed. Is
unequalled for the stomach. Child
ren with weak stomachs thrive ou It.
Cures all stomach troubles
Pr-Dared only by E. O. DeWittACo., ObicafO
The II. bottle contain 2 times tbe SOc aij
BRISLEY DRUG CO and W W ROSS
MORE LIVES ARE SAVED
Dr. King's New Discovery,
Consumption, Coughs and Colds
Than By All Other Throat And
Lung Remedies Combined.
This wonderful medicine positively
cures Consumption, Coughs, Colds,
Bronchitis, Asthma, Pneumonia, Hay
Fever, Pleurisy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness,
Sore Throat, Croup and Whooping
Cough. NO CURE. HO PAY.
Price 50c. & EL Trial Bottle 7m.
Reliable : Assays!
Gold ( 5o I Gold and SIlTer. . . . 76
Lead 50 Gold, SilTer, Copper 1.50
Samples by mail receWe prompt attention
liom ana SilTer rt-nnco nn oousnt.
OQDEN Assay Company
142916th Street. DENVER. COLO.
E. E. BURLINGAME & Co
a cc a v nenre AND chemical
22Al WriLt LABORATORY J
Establi'h fi in Colorado, 1866. Samples by mail
or expresr receire prompt and careful attention
Gold and Sih er Bullion
lOOlbn or Car Load Lots
Write (or Tens.
Lawrence Street. DENVER, COL
Standard remedy tor Gleet,
Gonorrhaa and Runnings
IN 48 HOURS. Cures Kid
ney and Bladder Troubles.
Brinkmeyer's Hotel !
HENRY BRINKMEYER Proprietor
Centrally Located Near the Plaza.
Good Comfortable Rooms
Table is Nicely Supplied.
And Prices Reasonable.
Bakery Attached to theHote,
PIE, BREAD AND CAKE
Delivered Promptly t All Parts City
A iftRge carrying passengers
and express will leaTe Pres
cott duily, except Sundays,
from Ed. Block's Clothing
Storr. and from F. H. Bald
win'!' Fruit Store, for the fol
lowing points on GROOM
Honte Christo, Empire, Slack's,
Monahan's, riidnight Test and
A i c f promptly aUended to
. - a 'MiTcretl.
Returning win an t o, rom Groom Creek at
10:: a. m.
West Side oi Plui.
Everything New & First Class.
The Office Man
Goes Often to
Uurlev St., Prescott.
For Sale Domestic and New
Home aStrisaT machines rented
and repaired. J. S.Elstner, 314
. 1) 4
m is wa.,mJ
Nine Years' Experience.
Established in Prescott Four Years.
Mining and Law Vforfc ;i Specialty.
Office with Martindell V Horne,
Diagonally MJI'OM from Postoffice.
Telephone No. 53.
We promptly obtain U. 8. and Foreign
Send model, sketch or photo of invention tor
nt'tn'j.in ou iwieuufcunuy. ror tree Lssia,
HowtoSeenr.'YDinC 'UADIfC write!
Patentsan.l I I1MUL-NlfUirW to
,3niiJi 11" iniimi - vi
51111111 ft. PRESCOn PflOCniX
WITH THE SANTA FE 5Y5TE1
Is the shortest and quickest route between
Phoenix, Kansas City. St. Lotus. Chicago
and all Eastern points.
THROt'UH TIME TABLE.
Wo. 7 No. 1,
2 sS 10 nop It
2 15p 10 30a It.
6 40a 4 15a It
.Stj 7 40a t OOp
It 5 45p g 00a
It 10 30p 9 45a
. . I h l rag .
. . La Jouta . .
. . LenTer
ar 10 OOai
It 3 2Sai
ar iu wp
r Pueblo (DARG)
10 4Sa 7 10a It. .
9 25p 3Sp It ..
. . Aah Fork . .
. Aah Fork...
Barstow . . .
..San Dfago. ..
It 7 40pl 10a
1 oop 12 lup ar .
1 30p 12 SSp It
U 30a 1 25a It
7 OOa r
lU 45p ar
2 if lv
ar San Franctaco
No. 4 Chtcajre Ltd. No. S California Ltd
Tans and Fri
Mon and Than
TTSOpirT. ..Los Angeles ar 8 30a Thurs
10 40pilT Barstow It S 40a Thnrn
10 VJa lT ... Aah Fork ....1t S 25p Wed
11 4S It. . Albuquerque It 4 OOa Wed
9 22a It. .. Trin'dad It 6 27p Tuea
11 57a It. . . . La Junta It 3 4&p Tues
Sun 6 OOpar Dearer 1t11 OOa Tues
Men 2 41a It . Kansas City Kj 2 OOa Tues
1 2 15p ar . . Chicago It! 1 OOp1 Mon
GRAND CANON RY.
No 10 Daily No 11 Daily
TOOpbsj'Lt WiUIaaaa Ar 11 auaaa
7 30pm. .
. Red Lake 11 23am
. . . Prado 10 Sfani
Valle 10 33m
8 40pm Wlltaha 10 lito
A 58pm Anita Junction 9 56am
920pm Apex 9 35am
9 38pm Coconino 9 20m
1000pm Ar Grand Canon Lt 9 00am
LOCAL TIME TaBLX.
No. 2 JJorthbound
Ash Fork ar
. Jerome Junction It
Pdt K Junction It
7 OOp It
..Conrreu Junction It
.. .Wlckenburg It
.HotSprinn Junction It
P. E. R. R.
10 l a
1 JOp ,r
O. V. a F R. R.
Jerome Junction It
For time at other local stations call on
Connections. Jerome Junction with V. V. A
P. Rt (or Jerome: P. A K. Junction witb P. A E.
R. R'. for Huron and Mayer; Mayer witb stage
to Crown King and other mining points: Pres
cott with stage lines for all the principal min
ing camps; Congress Junction witb stage lines
for Congress, Harqua Hala. Stanton and Tar
nell : Hot Springs Junction with C. C. H. 8. A I.
Co., for Castle Creek Hot Springs, tbe all year
round health resort; Phenix with the M. A P.
A 8. R. V. railroads tor points on tbe S. P. sys
tem. P. E. HOWE City Ticket Agent,
W. W. Wood
Plaster and Cement Work.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
March 17, 18 19.
I have just received one of the largest
and finest lines of
that have ever been brought to this
city, comprising nearly one hundred
of the latest and most fashionable
creations. Also a tine line of
SHIRT : WAISTS
With all the Newest Trimmings, in
Appliques and Laces. A tine line of
La Tosca Nets and the Best Selected
Stock of Ladie s Spring and Sum
mer Underwear in Arizona. Come
and inspect my new stock.
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Burke Hotel Corner.
MINE WARNING NOTICES!
The undersigned, owner of the Dsita min
ing claim, situated in Hassayampa mining
district. haTing bonded the same will not bis
responsible for any debts contrasted against
said property during the time of said bond.
Jan. 1, 19GB. J. 8. Atkin .
The undersigned, owner of Profusion
mining claims, situated in Bine Tank min
ing district, having bonded tbe same will not
be responsible for any debts contracted
against said property daring the time of said
bond. John Ellis.
Oct. 18, 1901. 11-1-01
BIG BUG SMELTER.
Notice is hereby given that the Arizona
Eastern 4 Montana Smelting Ore Purchas
ing and Development Company has leased
the Boggs mines, smelter and pipe line, and
that (he undersigned will In no way be re-
nsihle tor debts contracted in operating
COMMERCIAL MINING CO..
J. S. Douglas, Agent.
Octobe 27, 1899.
Notice is hereby given that the Homestead
mine, located in the Walker mining district,
is now being worked under a bond, and that
the undersigned, owner of said mine, will
not be responsible for any labor, accident or
debts of the same which may accrue during
the period of said bond.
Prescott. Arizona, Jan. 8. 1900.
Notice is hereby giren that the SilTer Belt :
mine, located in the Ana Fria Mining Dis- )
trict, is now being worked under bond and
lease, and the owners of said property nor
the property itself, will not be responsible ,
for any debts contracted against said prop
awxf during the time of said bond.
MRS. F. A. BASHFORD.
HUGH MeCRI M.
I'reecott. Arizona. May 22, 1901.
NIGHT HAWK, Et Al.
The undersigned, owner of the Night
Hawk, White Hawk, and Scottish Chief min- j Beginning at cor No 1, identical with cor
tng claims, and Night Hawk mill site, rituat- Df loaation and with oors No 1 and 4 of Gold
ed in Pine Grove district. Yavapai county. en Fleece No 1 and Golden Fleece No. 2 rw
Arizona, having bonded the same, will not sfKetively and with cor No. 3 of Surrey No
be responsible for any debts contracted i i29t. Golden Fleece No 3, whence cor to sees
ag nst said property during the time of said 4. 5. 33 nnd 33. tps 12 and 13n.rls.GAg
bond. I R meridian brs n 31 deg 51 min e 3762 feet.
JAMES MARSHALL, , Thence s 41 dee 21 min w I486 ft to cor No 3
Prencott, Arizona, Feb. 1, 1900.
ONTARIO GROUP OF MINES.
Notice 19 hereby giTen that the undersigned
are the owners of the Ontario
mines, located in Black mils mining die-
trict. and that we will not be responsible for
any debts contracted for labor or otherwise
against said mining claim by parties work
ing the said Ontario group.
W. W. Munds Co.
Prescott, Arizona, April 1. 1901.
Notice of Application for United Stites
Patent No- 550.
Surrey No. 1612.
United States Land OfBce.
Prescott. Ariz. 6th day of February. 1902.
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance
of the Act of Congress, approved May 10,
1872, Union Gold Mining Company, by H.
B. Wilkinsou attorney in fact, whose post
office address is Phoenix, Ariz., has made
application for a patent for 1395.5 linear
feet on the Union Lode, and for 1499.4
linear feet on the Liberty Lode, both bear
ing gold : the Union Lode being 270 feet
northeasterly nd 1125.5 feet southwesterly
from discovery shaft thereon, with surface
ground 600 feet in width; the Liberty Lode
being 200 feet southwesterly and 1290.4 feet
northeasterly from discovery shaft thereon,
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 field notes on Ale in the office of
Register of Prescott Land District, Terri-
I tory of Arizona, as follows:
Union lode .
Beginning at initial monument atNCE
of claim, which is also the S C B of Union
lode. Survey No 446, identical with tbe same,
j where a granite stone 5x12 ins 8 ins above
ground, stone marked N. C. E. C.-1612. also
I same stone marked U S.
Thence n 63 deg 15 min w 300 feet to cor
No 1 identical with n w cor of location,
where a granite stone 5il2x24 ins set 1 ft in
tbe ground alongside a mon of stones 3x3 ft,
! stone marked U. No. 1-1612, same marked
U. No. 3, for cor No 3 Union lode Snr No
A cross on a granite rock in place marked
! B B U No MM brs n 26 deg 26 min w 13.4
ft. A cross on a granite rock in place
marked U no 1-1612 brs s 27 deg 50 min w
6.8 ft. U S M M No 2 P G D brs N 38 deg
39 min e 2271.6 ft.
Thence s 21 deg 13 min w 1395.6 ft to cor
No. 2, identical with s w cor of location.
Thence s 63 deg 15 min e 1300 ft to a c
identical with s c e of location. Same coarse
300 ft to cor No 3. identical with s e cor of
Thence n 21 deg 13 min e 486.5 feet to cor
No I Liberty of this survey. Same
dosbbbs taju ft to cor No 4, which is also cor
No 2 of the Liberty lode of this survey and
eor No 2 of the Union Sur No 446, identical
with 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 YaTa
pai county, nt page 88 of Book G 7 of mines.
Beginning al c r, identical with the n c
e of location, wlaers a granite atone 6x12x24
ins is set 1 ft in mound alongside a mon of
stones 3x3 ft si na marked N C E L No 1612.
Thence n R g 15 min w 50 ft to cor No
1. at inters-',' -i of line 1-2 Survey No 446
Union lod ;:: - A deg 30 w 266.5 ft from cot
No 1. Origin.:' r o! location bra n 63 deg
15 min w 250 fe. i A cross on a granite rock
in place marked L Swj l-Mti alongside bnilt
a mon of stones ass ft. A cross ou a granite
rock in place marked L No 1-1612 alongside
built a mon of stones 3x3 ft. A cross on a gran
ite rock in place marked B R L No 1-1612 brs n
; V d g 5) mm w 15.5 ft. A cross on a gran
ite rock in place marked B R L No 1-1612.
brs n 88 deg 25 min e 19.4 ft. U S M M No
2 P G D brs n 16 deg 21 min e 1677.9 ft.
thence s 24 deg 30 mm v riCO feet to cor
No 2. which ) also cor o 4 Lmon lode of
this survey . Thence s 21 deg 13 min w 900
ft to cor No I, 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 SUE of location. Same
I course 300 ft o cor No 4, identical with s e
I cor of location.
Thence n 2 deg 32 min e 750 ft toe s mon.
Same course 749.4 ft to cor No 5. identical
i with the n e cor of location .
Thence n 63 deg min w 800 ft to N C E
the place of beginning survey of exterior
The notice of location of this claim is re
corded in thi office of the Recorder of Yava
pai County, at page 624 of Book jtiof Mines.
Union Lode 19.132 Acres
Liberty Lode U3tt "
Total area lode claim 31-50
This claim is l.vat.-d approximately in Tp.
10 N R 1 w Gila and Salt river base and
meridian, in I'ine Grove NBqlng District.
Yavapai County. Arizona.ana is hounded on
the north by tin- Union. Sur No 446; on the
oast by property belonging to the Crowned
Kini? Minini? orniv and on the south hv
ro pert y belonging to the' Crowned King
mr.g Company, names ot claims un
known, and on the west by proix rty belong
ing to Robert Dougherty, name of claims
Any and all 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 t
tiled with the j
Register of the Land Off
ng the siity j
days of publication thereof, they will be
barred by virtue of the statutes in such cases
Frederick A. Tritle. Jr.,
First puplieation Feb. lft. W
Notice For Publication.
Land office at freseott. Arizona. I
February IT. 19ft.'. I
Notice is lvereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of ha inten
tion to ntAke Hnal proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the Register and receiver at Prescott,
Arizona, on Thursday. March 27, 19ft?,
viz: Louis I. Hasselfeldt. H. E. 1615. for the
N S ; of SE and SF. I of SEv4 of Sec. 1
of E4 of Sec. -t, Twp. 11 N.
R 4 W
He nannies th
following witnesses to prove
' his contirajsus residence upon, -and cultivs
tion ef. -"ifa land, via
i '-car Young. Peter Reed,
all of Placerita. Ariz., and
lohn H. Hiae.
A. W. Culp. of
! Kirkland. Arizona.
Frederick A . Tritle. jr..
First publication Feb. 19 W
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right. J. H. Bailey, Agent. Prescott.
Arizona. 2-IOtf W
Application For Patent.
U. 8. Land OfBce. r
Prescott, Ariz., Jan. 4 1902.
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance)
to the Act of Congress approved May 10,
1872, the Bed Rock Mining Company, by
Geo. Wood, attorney-in-fact, whose post
offlce is Prescott. Yavapai county, Arizona,
has made application for a United States
patent for 1442 linear feet on the Golden
Fleece No. 2 lode claim. I486 feet on Golden
Fleece No. 1 ; 1486 feet of Golden Fleece No.
4, bearing gold, siWer and copper, Mineral
Survey No. 1U8B, situated in the Walker min
ing district, Yavapai county, Arizona, and
described in the official plat and field notes
en file 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 sat
12 in oh as in the ground chiseled G F No
2-1-1689 with mound of stones alongside,
whence cor to sees 4. 5. 32 and 33. tps IJ and
31 n, rlw, G 4 S R meridian bears n 27 de
grees 01 m in e 22363 feet. A sprue tree 18
inches in diameter scribed B. T. G. F, No.
2-1-1589 brs n 4 deg. IS min e 33 fast. Cor
of location brs n 52 deg e 59 feet. No other
baaringa available. Thence 30 deg e 7B ft
to cor No 2 identical with tbe location.
Thence s 65 deg 25 min w 619 ft to oor No 3,
identical with location. Thence s 57 dag 38
min w 826 ft to cor No 4. identical with cor
of location. Thence n 30 deg w 578 ft to oor
No 5, identical with location. Thence n W
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 cor
i of location, whence cor to sees 4. 5, 32 and
i 33. tps 12 and 13 n. r 1 w, OiSR meridian
brs n 31 deg 51 a 3782 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.
1 Thence n 39 deg 37 min e 1501.9 ft to cor No
! 4. identical with cor of location. Thence s
30 deg e 578 ft to cor No 1. the piac of be
ginning. GOLDEN FLEECE NO. 4 LODE.
; identical with cor of location. Thence a 34
deg 25 min e 476 ft to cor No 3. Thence n 45
02 min e 1447 ft to cor No 4. identical
with cor of location. Then n 24 deg 25 mm
i v CTH ft t . . .. . - v., 1 tho nla.. 1 if hMrn
1 r.n.M,.,, 11 . .... .. .r .rnra
total area iioiaen r leece -o . . i.nui
Leas area in conflict with survey
No 1174 Homestead lode 081
Less area in conflict with sarrey
No 1298. Golden Fleece No 2.
N E Fraction LOB
Net area of Golden Fleece No 2. 17
Total area Golden Fleece No 1.. 17.904
Less area in conflict with survey
No 1317. Eberhart lode 2 J10
Net area Golden Fleece No 1 .. . MUM
Total nst area Golden Fleece
No 4 IMM
Total net area of lode claims.. . 49J28
Adjoining Claims Survey No 1474. Snow
flower lode, lies ne of Golden Fleece No 3 :
1 Survey No 1298. Golden Fleece No 3. lies as
! 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,
j and Survey No 1317, Eberhart lode, lisa nw
of Golden Fleece No 1 lode.
wmMmgmm Xo J" tnnnei , , deg min w 53
Ledges Ledge on Golden Fleece No 2
ft and n 60 deg min e. 1390 ft. Ledge oi
Golden Fleece No 1 runs from tunnel No 1 :
41 deg 30 min e. 34 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
Una a 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 Fleece No 1. book 38. page
498 : Golden Fleece No 2. book 37. page 526 j
Golden Fleece No 4. book 38. page 598.
Any and all persons holding advene claims
thereto are required to present the same be
fore this offlce within sixty days of the first
publication hereof, or they will be barred by
tbe proTisions of the United States Statutes.
F. A. TRITLE. Jr.. Register.
First publication. Jan. 8, 1902. W
MNOAL APPLICATION M 548.
Mineral Surrey 1596.
U. S. Land Offlce. Prescott. Arizona, I
February 6th, 1902. f
Notice is hereby given that John Lawler
and William Waters whose postoffice address
is Prescott. Arizona, have made application
for U. S. Mineral Patent for the "Mountain
Spring" lode mining clcim 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 offlce 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 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 4841 ft. and a juniper tree, 2
ft in diam scribed B R 1-M S 1596, bean
S 51 deg 57 min E. 118 ft : thence N 83 dec
5 inin 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 X3 deg 5 min W 300
ft to South center end. and 600 ft to cor
No 4 : thence I 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
32J. book 31. mining records of county re
corder of Yavapai county. Arizona.
This claim is located in Eureka mining
district. Yavapai connty. Arizona, on on
surveyed public land in what would be ap
proximately, if surveyed. Sec 34 T 15 N. R
9 W. G k S R meridian.
Adjoining claims arc the O. K. lode on
the north lunsurveyed i Whistling Dick lode
(unsnrveyed) on the east : U. S. public land
on the south, and Billy's Wonder lode lun
surveyed) on the west.
The coarse and length of the vein is from
tbe N. C. E. to the S. C. E. 1500 ft.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
the mining ground or any portion 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 rirtne of the statutes in such cases pro
Tided. FREDRICK A. TRITLE JR.
First pub. Feb. 12.
Application for Patent
C. S. Land Office. Freseott. Ariz. )
Feb. 6thin02. 1
Mineral Survey No. jlSSK.
Notice is hereby given that John Lawler,
Ed Wells, whose iiostofflee address is lres-
cott. Arizona, and Ed M. Blake, whoee post
office address is Bisbee. Arizona, have made
application for 1'. S. mineral patent for the
"Goodenough" lode mining claim for 1500
linear feet, with surface ground 600 feet in
bearing gold, ."iiverand lead situate
in Eureka mining district. Yavapai county.
Arizona, and described on the plat, and by
the Held notes 00 die in the office as fol
lows: Var 14 deg E. Beginning at cor No L
identical with cor of tbe location, a round
malapai bolder in place LHv2XtU' ins above
ground chiseled a cr, at . tact cor-
ners point and 1 G 1594 with a
stones lk ft base, a feet ! igb
whence C. S. M. M. Xo - Knreka mining
district bears N 43 deg :t. nun fc . ft :
and a granite boulder H in t 5 in 1 3 in above
ground chiseled BRG-1 1594 bears N deg
30 min W 2.6 ft : thence N 65 deg. -J min W
300 ft to north center end. and 600 ft to cor
No 2 ; thence S 24 deg 31 min W 1500 ft to
eor No 3: thence S 65 deg 29 min E 300 ft
to sooth center end. and 600 ft to cor No 4 :
thence N 24 deg 31min E 1500 ft to cor No
1, the place of beginning survey of exterior
boundaries, containing 20.66 acres,
i The notice of location of the "Good-
enough"' lode ii- recorded at page 42S. Book
22. Mining Records of County Recorder of
Yav;ii c nntv. Arizona.
The claim is located on unsnrveyed public
land in what would be approximately, if
surveyed, sec 10. T 15. N R 9 W, G 4 S R.
Adjoining claims are the Ajax lode on the
north i unsnrveyed) V. S. public lands on
the south md other two sides.
The course and length of the vein is from
the N C E to the S C E 1500 feet.
Any and all tieraons c'aiming adversly the
mining gronnd. vein, premises, or any por
tion thereof s described, surveyed, platted
and applied for are hereby notified that un
less their idverae claims are duly filed wiWi
the erarkster of this land office during the
sixty days of publication thereof, they will be
Smrrrd try- virtue of the statutes in such
FREDERICK A. TRITLE, Jr..
First publication Feb. 12.
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