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THE LOCAL NEWS
I an AWBcmwrYj
Registration of voters yesterday
John Kinney is in town from the
Mrs. S. Goldsworthy left today for
Denver for a brief visit.
Mrs. J. M. W. Moore is expected
home from Chicago this eveniu.
Mrs. E. W. Meanv will leave to
morrow for her home in Los Angeles.
Willie Blaine is in town represent
ing M. J. Keller St Co., of San Francisco.
The announcement card of Joe
Roberts appears in this issue, and he
submits his name as a candidate for
the office of sheriff to the republican
convention that meets in Prescott
next Monday. Mr. Roberts is a
clean cut republican and one of the
prominent yui'g men of the county
who has grown uf among us from
boyhood. lieiiijf exemplary in habits
and dutiful to the advancement of
the community's interests as a citi
zen. He is already prominently
rauked as leading man for the
honor, and if fortunate to receive the
distinction of leading the ticket, will
make a good race and a capable of
ficial, then- taring no doubt whatever
but whitt the republican nominee
will trit there with both feet.
Take Care of the Stomach.
The man or woman whose diges
tion is perfect and whose stomach
performs it- every functiou is never
sick. Kodol cleanses, purifies and
sweetens the stomach and cures
positively and permanently all stom
ach troubles, indigestion and dys
pepsia. It is the wonderful recon
structive tonic that is making so
many sick people well and weak
liewnlo strimtr hv nnn virinfj rr t-hair
i 1 r - - - - v .
city to secure meaical treatment tor Ixxlies all of the nourishment in the
the latter. foo,j they t. Rev j H Holladay
Stewart Bradford, the well known 1 of Holladay, Miss., writes: "Kodol
traveling man who makes his head-1 has me. I consider it the best
quarter at Prescott for a large part of """"v I ever used fordyspepsia and
Miss Ada Archer, of Chicago, is j
visiting her sister Mrs. J. W. Wilson j
United States Marshal M. H. 1
McCord and wife were passengers on
this morning's .train en route to the
Mrs. R. M. Ling
with her little bov
left this morning I
Harrv for Kansas I
stomacn troubles. 1 was given up
by physicians. Kodol saved my life.
Take it after meals. W. W. Ross,
Brisley Drug Co.
his time, arrived in Prescott last
The beggars with the card which
they shove at you to buy at your
own Drice are nuite nnmnnuic rf laf
in Prescott. Xo less than four nf ! Railroad Excursions
them have visited this office this Second Annual Territorial Fair of
week. New Mexico. Albuquerque, X. M.,
The Ladies' Aid society of the M. loV'Vk w?' fonobi
E. ehurch will hold its regular meet- JJJV?' $dt "'t J
ing tomorrow. Wednesday afternoon. Im,t' ' $ TUUt
at 2:30 o'clock at the residence of ! passage in each
Mrs. Mather. A full attendance of ! d"j"lou. Si going on date of sale
member is requested as election of j onl5'-
officers will take place. National Encampment, G. A. R.
Last night between 9 and W oM 2j5gJ" Pa9- T? ,
clock screams were heard on Granite j VM8 S! 20
street as if seventeen murders were tUru , llmU U- Rate. 70.2d
mmmitt1 .mmm f round inp. au extension- ot limit
their slumbers for a distance of four
or five blocks. It was not a murder
however but a case of extraordinary
The Political Oilefhma of the Demo
cratic Party Vividly Portrayed in
a Petition for Deliverance.
The following supposed to be the
prayer of a democrat appeared re
cently in a paper published in North
Oaroliua. It makes interesting read
iug and is well worthy of preserva
tion. The lauguage is sometimes
harsh, but the subject deswves it,
and few words are wasted in cover
ing a multitude of sins.
O, Lord God of Joshua, Jacob and
Jim Jones, hear us, we beseech thee,
in this our hour of political bewilder
ment, for we are tangled up in the
calf ropes of democratic deception
and are about to break our necks.
We are scattered worse than a flock
of timid toads after a hailstorm; we
have an aching void iu the pit of our
stomachs which nothing but the fat
of office can satisfy. We are badly
scared, physically undone and mor
ally rotten. We have floundered
around and split up and busted apart
and run together aud fuzzed and
fought and foamed aud fizzed till we
can't tell whether we are stepping iu
the footsteps of Tom Jefferson or fol
lowing the dictates of the devil. We
don't know where we are at, where
we came from or whither we goeth.
All is darkness and gloom. We are
cast down in the valley of humili
ation. On our light are the towering
summits of national progress. On
our left are the briny waters of demo
cratic dissolution. Before us in plain
view are eucamped the pesky repub
licans in the full enjoyment of official
bliss, and just behind us loom up our
own records, which bring shame ou
our faces every time we look back.
In this pitiable and awful condition.
O Lord, we come to Thee for succor,
for no one else can help us put the
hosts of republicanism to flight. We
have attempted to scare them away
from the offices, but every time we
try it we get hurt. We confess they
are too much for us. Their numbers
are like the sands of the sea.
In campaign years our editors
write stirring appeals to the boys;
our candidates go over the country
making democratic orations and
speeches, and we fairly burst our
galls urging the people to stand by
our paity and save the eouutrVi while
all the time the pesky "rads" go on
sawing wood and don't say anything.
Every campaign we have hopes lifted
high. We rip and snort and charge
and rave and bawl, because our hosts
seem invincible; but, O Lord, on
election day it just seems to rain
republicans, and we come out of the
fight at the little end of the horn aud
feeling much worse than sheep kill
ing dogs. Lord, we confess we
have been very wicked. We
acknowledge having said millions
of things that were not exactly
true, and having done thousands
of things that would shame
5 Croton for the King of fashion
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F. E. ANDREWS
liRAINITH STREET, PRESCOTT, ARIZ.
make a Specialty of Quarter Cracks,
Corns and Diseased Feet
of All Kinds,
Interfering Korging and Stumbling
m i n i 1 1 z company in the
of ore bodies exposed
ami ready to
Gold and Silver Mining Co,,
as pood a show
sliip from as the
now selling their stock for
1 0 cts Per Share
You cannot afford to miss this opportunity to make
a Donanae investment. ev roaa being built and
ore being extracted daily. An ideal tunnel site.
Stock going rapidly. Ony early applications will
receive stock. .Address, becretar',
LAWLER BLOCK. PRESCOTT. ARIZONA.
Six Victor Pianos FOR SALE at
a great sacrifice.
$150 to $200 Cash
We are agents for sale of stock in
Oro Grande Mines Co.
Hudson Gold Mining Co.
Bunker Mill Gold Mining Co.
Standard Mining & Mill
And FOURTEEN other reliable
"lining. Oil and Rubber Com
Over One Hun
il r e (1 resilience
lots in the Moeller Addition at $50
to $200. and various other lots.
drunk, the screamer being a woman.
She fought like a tiger when officers
attempted to arrest hr but was
landed in the cooler.
In this issue of the Journal-Miner
appears the announcement of Elmer
Wells as a candidate for sheriff of
this county. Mr. Wells is a son of
Judge E. W. Wells and is a native of
Yavapai county, having been born
and raised in this county. He rep
resents the voung republicanism of
Arizona. For the past several years
he has been engaged in mining in
this county and has a host of friends
who would like to see him iu the
above position and who will assist in
putting him there.
Ed Davis, a young man alout 3(1
years of age. died last night at
McCalx- after an illness of alout a
week, being afflicted with chronic
dysentery contracted in the Philip
pines and Hawaii while in the service
of the government. His death is
universally regretted in that section
being as he was a popular young
man among all with whom he !ecano
acquainted. He was a native of
Ohio and leaves a sister to mourn his
loss. He was buried today in
McCabe and was followed to his last
resting place by a large concourse of
people residing in that section.
The Arizona state building at the
Pan American exposition is to be
moved from the grounds at once to
Point Gratiot. The building is to be
constructs! of imtive woods of Ari
zona and sherred and roofed with
native bark. It will le placed just
west of the depot and south of the
depot walk at the point. Another
permanent building like this will add
much to the beauty aud solid char
acter of the resort and is an eater
prising action on the part of the
traction company. Dunkirk, X. Y..
Last Sunday night Rev. John
Oliver announced to his congrega
tion that he had only a few more ser
mons to give the people of Jerome,
as this was the year conference would
make a change here. All will be
very sorry to lose these two popular
people of Jerome and hope to see
them returned to the people here.
Rev. Oliver is the kind of man neces
sary to build up a church in a town
of this kind and his work itself at
tests the fact. Doubtless the Metho
dist church realizes the fact that the
best are always wanted somewhere
else. Jerome Reporter.
That there should le some general
supervision of the Eskimo of Bering
coast will be evident to most. It
should lie of the houest, practical
kind, and its aim should be to help
will be granted until ov. 3rd to
leave Washington, provided tickets
i are deposited with the Joint Agent
'on or before noon of October 15th
iand upon payment of fifty mi!.,
Joint Agency fee. One stop over w.il
le allowed in each direction, east of
, Buffalo. Niagara Falls, Pittsburg, or
Parkersburg, W. Ya.
Territorial republican convention,
Pheuix. Ariz.. Sept. 17. Dates of
sale. Sept. 15 and 16; return limit,
'Sept. 21; rate. $8.20 round trip.
Steamship ticket to all points iu
Europe, South Africa and Australia.
' For rates, sailing dates, etc., call at
Burke hotel city passenger office.
Grand Canyon Excursion Dates
of sale everv Tuesdav; return limit
60 days; rate. ?1 1.40. '
Saturday Excursiou to Phoenix
Dates of sale everv Saturday, retun
limit, 10 days; rale' &MK).
Reduced rates to McCalie, Aria
Commencing at oaee the S F., P. &
P. will sell tickets from Prescott to
McCal)e. via Huron and the Jauqette
stage line, at rate of $1.50 per ticket.
150 pounds of baggage will lx car
ried with each ticket free.
Summer Excursions to California
Date of sale every Tuesday, Thurs
day aud Saturday duriug .Inly. Aug
ust and September; returs limit. No
vember 30: rate. Los Angeles and
San Diego, $25.95; San Francisco,
$45.45; stop overs allowed at anv
point west of Barstow.
Continuous assage each direction
west and south of Pueblo.
Chicairo. 111.. Excursion Dates of
sale, daily; iate. $84.80 round trip;
r. tum limit, October 31st. 1902; con
tinuous passage iu each direction.
P. E. Howe,
Citv Passenger Agent
A Boy's Wild Ride tor Life.
With family around expecting him
to die. and a son riding for life. 18
miles, to get Dr. King's New Discov
erv for Consumption, Coughs and
Gilds. VY. H. Brown, of Leesville. Ind.
endured death's agonies from asthma,
but this wonderful medicine gave in--tant
relief and soon cured him. He
writes: 'T now sleep soundly every
night."' Like marvelous cures of Con
sumption, Pneumonia, Bronchitis,
Coughs, Colds and Grin prove its
matchless merit for all Throat and
Lung troubles. Guaranteed bottlM
50c andSl.00. Tri ll bottles free at
all drug stores.
the devil. But, Lord, it was the best
we could do under the circumstances.
We know that Tom Jefferson would
not have worn the red shirt, stuffed a
ballot box, thrown rotten eggs at re
publican speakers, nor refused to let
the ballot box be opened. But, O
Lord, You know circumstances alter
cases. Jefferson did'nt have such
a mighty host of republicans to fight
as we have. He never dreamed of
the size of the job we would have on
our hands. Argument was all t hat
was needed in his day. But the re
publicans have multiplied 011 the
face of the earth till it requires all
the stealing, red shirts, lies, intimida
tion and trickery that we command
to give us any chance, aud then get
licked off the face of the earth. Lord,
what are we to dot We know we
are unworthy to speak anything of
Thee. We feel ashamed of ourselves.
Only a few years ago we said Pres
ident McKinley was a dangerous man
to be at the head of the government.
We called him an emperor, a pander
er to the trusts, a trampler upon the
Constitution, a tool of the plutocrats.
Today we acknowledge we lied. We.
with all the world, know he was a
gentleman, a patriot and a Christian.
We are sorry we said so man v hateful
things about him. But, O Lord, we
promise not to be so wicked any
more if Thou wilt only help us to
beat the republicans one time more.
Lord, we are iu rare need of an is
sue. We haven't got anything. Some
of us want free silver and some of us
don't. Some are eager to make im
perialism the issue, and some want
trusts. Then there are some of us who
are lagging that old issue of low
tariff back into the ring. Lord, we
confess with a mighty confess that
we don't know what we want. We
trotted in our low tariff one time.and.
Lord, Thou knawest what an awful
mess we made of things.
sometimes we tninK we want to ex
pand nationally, aud then we shud
der at the thought. We knoiv that
this country is alreadv too big to
manage. The republicans seeni to
have the democratic partv by the tail
on a down-hill pull. But, Lord. uia
it not always be thus. Help us to
.-.mite them with a terrible smite, so
that every postoffice iu the land shall
be ours. Help us this once and we'll
not bother Thee again as long as the
salaries hold out.
But, O Lord, if we are not on prat
ing grounds; if the gates of i.eaven
are shut against us; if the accou.it is
closed and the book is sealed; if
Thou canst give no guiding star to
lead us to victory; if we have ritund
away our days of grace; if we are
everlastingly beyond the pale of Thy
sheltering haud. and and Thou wiit
not help us, Lord, please don't help
the republicans, but just stand by
and you'll see one of the oon
foundedest fights you ever witnessed,
for we are bound to do something
and that preWy sudden.
Slightly torn up ou the outside, but the inside
is just as it always was. Light, ccol and nicely;
decorated. No dust, and there is no danger.
Call or write for prospectuses, terms
and any other information desired.
II Prescott National Bank Bldg.
Give us the Public Ear. This is
, . THE . .
The entrance is on Union Street, at our side door.
A First Class House
First Class Goods
First Class Treatment.
Application Far Patent.
tnited States Land Office, 1
I"rescott. Ariz.. Jan. 28. ML f
Notice is hereby given that William E.
Lucas, bv T. G. Xorrta, hia attorney in fact,
whose povtoflice address is Prescott, Ari
zona, has this day tiled his application for a
patent for 3H12.4 linear feet to the Unlimit
ed. Unlimited No. 1 and Unlimited No. 2.
mining claims, bearing gold, silver and cop
per, with surface ground six hundred feet in
width each, situate in Walker mining dis
trict. Yavapai county. Arizona Territory,
and designated by the held notes and official
plat on Hie in this office as surrey No. 1511,
in sections 29 and 32. township 13 north,
range 1 west, said survey number 1511 being
Beginning at initial monument at center
of claim. A quartzite stone 6x8x24 ins set
one ft in the ground alongside a mon of
stones 3x3 ft. Stone marked I M No 1511.
Thence N 2 deg 30 min W 750 ft to north
center end. which is also the south canter
end of Unlimited No 1 lode of this surrey.
A porphyry stone 6x11x24 ins set 1 ft in
ground, alongside a mon of stones 3x3 feet,
stone marked N C E U No 1511 and S C E
U No 1. No 1511. Thence S 87 deg 30 mm
VV ;XX) ft to corner No 1, which is also cor
ner Nn 2. Unlimited No 1 lode of this sur
vey. A porphyry stone 6x10x24 ins set 1 foot
in ground, alongside built a inon of stones
3x3 feet, stone marked U No 1-1511. Same
stone marked U No 1. No 2-1511. whence
cors of sees 4. 5, 32 and 33. tps 12 and 13 n.
I K 1 W. GiSR M. brs B 13 deg 21 min E
I 7362.4 ft. Thence south 2 deg : min E 1500
feet to cor No 2, which is also cor No 1, Un
limited No 2, lode of this surrey. A por
phyry stone 8x10x36 ins set one foot in
ground, alongside a mon of stones 3x3 ft
stone marked U No 2-1511. Same stone
marked U No 2, No 1-1511. Thence N 87
di g 30 min E 600 ft to cor No 3. which is
also cor No 4, Unlimited No 2. lode of this
surrey. A porphyry stonc6x8x34 ins set one
ft in ground, alongside built u mon 3x3 ft.
Stone marked U No 3-1511, same stone
marked U No 2, No 4-1511. Thence N 2
deg 30 min W 1500 ft to cor No 4. which is
also cor No 3. Unlimited No 1, lode ot this
survey. A porphyry stoi.e6x8x:D Ins set one
ft in ground, stone marked U No 4-1511,
vime stone markedU No l.No 3-1511. Thence
S 87 deg 30 min W 300 ft to north center end ,
the place of beginning.
UNLIMITED NO. 1 LODE.
Beginning at north center end. tht initial
mon of the location. A slate atone 3x8x24
ins set one ft in ground, alongside bnilt a
mini of stones 3x3 ft. Stone marked N C
E U No 1, No 1511. Thence south 87 deg
30 min W 300 ft to cor No 1, a slate stone
4x10x24 ins set one ft in ground, alongside
built a mon of stones 3x3 ft. Stone marked
U No 1, No 1-1511, whence cors sec 4. 5. 32
and 33, Tps 12 and 13 X. R 1 W. G A S R M,
brs S 11 deg 16 min E 8169.6 ft. Thence S 7
deg W 855 ft to cor No 2, which is also cor
No 1, Unlimited lode of this surrey, cor
described abore. Thence north 87 deg 30
E 600 feet to cor No 3, which is also corner
No 4 of Unlimited lode of this survey, cor
described abore. Thence N 7 deg east 865
feet to cor No 4. A granite stone 5x8x24 ins
set one ft In ground, alongside built a mon
of stones 3x3 feet. Stone marked V No 4
1511. Thence S 87 deg 30 min W 300 ft to
north center end. the place of beginning.
UNLIMITED NO. 2 LODE.
Beginning at initial mon at north center
encLpf claim, which is alo the sooth center
end of Unlimited lode of this surrey, mon
described abore. Thence S 87 deg 30 min W
300 feet to cor No 1. which is also corner No
2, Unlimited lode of this surrey, mon de
scribed above, whence cor sees 4. 5, 32 and
33, Tps 12 and 13 N. R 1 W. O A S R M. brs
S 16 dev 6 min E 595.6 ft. Thence south 12
deg 4 min east 1457.4 ft to cor No 2. A por
phyry stone 8x12x30 inches set one foot in
ground . alongside built a mon of stones 3x3
feet. Stone marked U No 2. Xo 2-1511.
Thence N 87 deg 30 min east 600 ft tocor No
3. A porphyry stone 6x12x28 ins set one ft in
the ground, alongside built a mon of stones
3x3 ft. Stone marked U Ha 2. No 3-1611.
Thence north 12 deg 4 min W 1457.4 feet to
cor No 4. which is also cor No 3. Unlimited
lode of this survey, cor described above.
Thence S 87 deg 30 min W 300 ft to north
center end, the place of beginning.
Variation at all corners 14 degrees east.
Unlimited lode 20.66 acres
Unlimited No 1 lode..
every tree cut that will make lumber or
wood, and such care as will preserve the re
maining timber as far as possible, and the
piling for burning at a safe distance from
the remaining timber of the brush and rub
bish following the cutting of the timber
awarded. No living timber less than 12
inches in diameter three feet abore the sur
face of the ground will be allowed to be cut.
and the amount of timber cut will be limited
to the area and dimensions prescribed,
whether such amount reaches the approxi
mate amount stated or not. A contract pro
riding for compliance with the rules and
regulations and the orders of the officers in
cluirge, and a bond in d.ouble the amount of
Application For Patent No. go.
U. S. Land Office, Prescott. Arizona, I
July 10, 1902. t
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance
uf the Act of Congreas approred May 10,
1872, (ieo. A. Treadw-11 Mining Company,
by E. D. Treadwell, its attorney in fact,
whose postoffice is Prescott, Yavapai coua
ty, Arizona, has made application for a
t inted States patent for 15U0 linear feet
each of the Iron Queen, Iron King, Demend.
Duiley. Hubbard. Logan. Potman and Mar
tin lode claims bearing gold, silver and cop
per, situated in the Big Bug mining district.
the value of the timber awarded will be re- Yavaoai county. Arizona Territory, and
quired to secure such compliance. Timber . described in the official plat and field nates
on ralid mining or other claims will be j on ja the office of the Register of the
exempt from sale. Timber uusold may be Frescott La ad District. Ariaona, as follow,
purchased on petition therefor within one to-wit I
year without further adrertisement. Pur- Surrey No. l'Jti.
chaserj failing to remove timber awarded . jRok QUEEX LODE Beginning at
w n o one year iruiu. ume n umn-v .
award, forfeit Durchase money and right
to timber nnremoved, unless an extension ,
of time ie granted. The right to reject
any and all bids is reserved. Biv .kk H
man v. Commissioner.
First pub. July 30. 1902 w. .
Notice for Publication.
United States Land Office. Prescott. Ariz, i
June 27. 1902. )'
Notice is hereby given that Ernest A.
Haggott, of Prescott, Arizona.- has filed no
tice of intention to make proof on his deert
land claim No. 142, for the nc'4 of nr 4 of with cor of !oc and with t of
corner No 1 identical with n w cor of the lo
cation and with cors 1 and 3 of Logan and
Murtin lodes of this surrey and cor Xo 3 of
survey No 908. Boggs lode, where a alt
stoue is set showing 6x10x12 ins out of the
ground chiseled 1-1 Q 1-L 3-M 1633 with
mound of stones alongside, whence U S L M
No 1S bears n 36 deg 54 min w 70783 ft. no
other bearings available. Thence s 80 deg
34 min e 600 ft to cor Xo 2. identical with
cor of loc and with cors 1 of Dailey and 4 of
Putman lodes of this survey and cor 7 ot sur
vey 908 Boggs lode. Thence s 15 deg 15 min
w 1500 ft to cor Xo 3 identical with cor of
loc and with cors 2 Iron King, 1 Hubbard
auu 4 of Dailey lodes of this surrey. Thence
n so deg 34 ir in w 600 tt to cor 4 identical
iroa rung aao
Sec 27. Twp 17. n r 2 w before the register
and receiver at Prescott, Ariz., on Wednes
day, the 20th day of August. 1902.
He name the following witnesses to
prove the complete Irrigation and reclama
tion of said land, viz: Oen. Bell, of Junc
tion. Ariz., Edward L. Woodail, of Junc
tion. Ariz.. J. B. Tomlinson, of Prescott,
Ariz., Henry Hartin, Hrescott. Ariz.
Frederick A. Tritle. Jr.,
First publication. July 2. w
Demend and 2 of Logan lodes all of this
sUrvev. Thence n lo deg 25 mm e 1500 ft
to cor Xo 1, the place of beginning.
IRON KINO LODE Beg inning at cor
Xo 1 identical with n w corner of the loca
tion and with cors No 1 Demend, 2 of Lo
gan. 4 of Iron Queen lodes all of this surrey
whence U S L M Xo 1538 bear n 28 deg
27 min w 8082.5 ft, no other bearing arail
able. Thence s 80 deg 34 min e 600 ft to cor
Ho identical with cor of locationand with
cors 1 Hubbard, 4 of Dailey and 3 of Iron
Queen lodes all of this surrey. Thence 19
deg 44 min w 1500 ft tocor No 3, Identical
with the cor of the loc and with cor No 4
Hubbard lode of this surrey. Thence nW
; deg -A min w 600 ft to cor No 4 identical
t with cor of loc and with cor No 2 Demend
lode of this surrey. Thence n 19 deg 44
min e 1500 ft cr No 1, the place of begin
ning. DEMEND LODE Beginning at cor No
1 identical with n e cor of the loc and with
cors 1 of Iron King, 4 of Iron Queen and 2
of Logan, all of this surrey hereinbefore
described, whence U S L M No 1538 beaa
n 28 deg 27 min w 8082.5 ft, no other bear
ings available. Thence s 19 deg 44 ma w
1500 ft to cor No 2 identical with the aor of
the 'oc and with cor No 4 Iron King lode of
this survey. Thence n 80 deg 34 min w 600
ft to cor No 3 identical with the cor of the
Thence n 19 deg 44 min e 1500 ft
Application for a Patent.
t. 8. Land Office. Preseott, Arizona.
August 19. 190J.
Notice is hereby giren that Pan-American
Mining Company, by -lohn J. Hawkins, its
attorney-in-fact, whose postoffice address is
Prescott, Ari7ona. has this day filed his ap
plication for a patent for 964 linear feet of
the Hidden Treasure mine or vein, bearing
gold and silver, with surface ground 600
feet in width, situated in Walker mining
district, county of Yavapai. Arizona, and
designated by the field notes and official
plat on file in this office as Surrey Xo. 1603.
in township 12 north, range 1 west, of Gila
and Salt Rirer base and meridian, said sur' location.
rey No. 1603 being described as follows, to
wit: Beginning at cor. No. 1, identical with
cor. No. 2, survey No. 158!), Golden Fleece
No. 1 lode; a porphyry boulder 6x10 ins.
abore the ground, chiseled H. T. 1 1603.
whence the corners to sections 4. 5, 32 and
33, townships 12 and 13 north, range 1 west
of the Gila and Salt Rirer base and men
dian. bears north 34 deg. 31 min. east. 5233
feet : thence north :!0 deg. west. 530 ft. to
cor. No. 2; thence south 50 deg. 33 min.
west, 940 ft. to cor. No. 3: thence south 30
deg. east, 600 feet to cor. No. 4; thence
north 46 deg. 24 min. east. 954 feet to cor.
No. 1 and place of beginning. Magnetic
variation 14 deg. 1ft min. east.
The course of the ledge is south 46 deg.
24 min. west from the west end center to the
east end center of claim and through the
middle of claim.
Total area Hidden Treasure lode. . .12.027
Less ana in conflict with Sur. No.
1317 Eberhart lode 0.882
Unlimited No 2 lode 19.79 acres
Net area Hidden Treasure lode 11.145
This claim is bounded on the north by
Eberhart lode. sur. No. 1317. and on the east
by Golden Fleece No. 1. and on the south
and west by 17. S. government laud and
: claims owned by W. A. Rowe. No other ad
joining claims known.
The location of this
the Recorder's office
i Arizona, at Daces 383 and 384. in the Book 19
ll.hl acres of Mines.
M. Goldwater & Bros.
THF BEST ALWAYS.
ARE YOU SAVING MONEY?
If not TRY OUR PLAN.
We Loan You the Safe.
You Have the Safe.
We Keep the Key.
HERE IS THE MEANS !
Do It now! Start with a Dollar!
your whole lite tor the better ana make
Cultivale the saving habit it may chan
great things possible to you.
It is not what you earn, but what you
SAVE thai builds you a fortune.
Celehratexl Jesse Moore and
A. A. Castle Whiskies.
Give Us a Call.
F.G. McCOYS Co.
March 17, 18 19.
Lingerlng Summer Colds.
Don't let a cold run at this imwm,
Summer colds are the hanle-t kind
to cure aud if neglected may linger
along for months. A long siege like
this, will pull down the strongest con
stitution. One Minute Cough Cure
will break ut the attack at ouce.
Safe, sure, acts at ouce. Cures
coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, all
throat and lung troubles. The chil
! dren like it. W. W. Ross, Brialev
; Drug Co.
I have just received one of the largest
and finest line's of
Total area lode claims .
This claim is located in Sees 29 and 82.
Tp 13 N. R 1 W. G and S R M. Walker min
ing district. Yavapai county. Arizona.
The notice of the location of the t'nlimited
lode is recorded in book 49 of mines, at page
The notice of location of the Unlimited
Xo 1 lode is recorded in book 47 of mines
at page 115-
The notice of location of the Unlimited
Xo 2 lode is recorded in book 47 uf mines,
at page 116.
All of which said books are of the records
of said county of Yavapai, Arizona, and las
further descriptions, bearings and distances
of said lodes and each of them constituting
said claim, reference is hereby made to the
Tnited States surveyor's notes filed, in this
land office, imi to the said location notices
and record- i I aaM Y'arapai county, Arizona
Unlimited Tei i ettendsfrom initial mono,
ment south 2 de : ' -iin east 750 feet, and
north 2 deg 30 min aeH 750 feet.
Unlimited No 1 w in extends from the
north center end south 7 deg west 8S5 ft.
Unlimited No 2 vein extends from the
north center end south 12 deg 4 inin cast
There are no known adjoining claim.
Govern - land surrounding.
Any aad all persons holding adverse
claims thereto are required to present the
same before this office within sixty days of
the first publication hereof, or they will be
barred by the ptovisions of the United
FREDERICK A. TITLE. Jr..
First lublication July 30. 1902.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
any portion of said Hidden Treasure mine
or'surfacc ground are required to tile their
adverse claims with the Register of the
United States Land Office at Prescott. in
the county of Yavapai, during the sixty days'
period of publication hereof, or they will be
barred by the virtue to the provisions of the
statute. FEN. S. HILDRETH,
First publication Aug. 20.
ih;it have ever be
city, eoinprwiiu: I
of the lafeal and
creation. Also a
l brought to this
i iiiiy one hundred
most faslii:. liable
Sue line of
in Getting Ine Harvest.
txdi should be able to reap that which is necessary for the daftly
needs, liach should be hble to gather enough to make the effort
worth liic time. We do the bsst.we can to asUt you in gaining
plenty ot alue from the money you spend here. VV'e watch the worth
o; our crop of good things ana make the transaction a pleasure.
The abewe cut shows a cap of Chase V Sanborn's -Seal Brand" Coffee
Now.i-very one knows that tins is the best eoffee on the market and its
market mine ia ma good M gold. We sell "Seal Brand" at a price that
is mor- than reasonable a n i yop get your money's worth many times
h is tin- cue with every article that we sell.
Our fresh Fruits and V egetables are the finest
to be had. Our wholesale business in gro
ceries and mining supplies can't be beat.
A trial will show you where we lead.
SHiRT . WAISTS
With all tlif N' v.-; Triflinfaflh in
Apj.iiqiU'si and Um A tint' Hue of
La Tisca XeN and the Btst Selected
Stock of Lad it 'r Sprint and Sum
mer Underwear in Arizona. QMM
and inspect my uewntook.
W Side of PUza
CASE NO. 4i.
Department of ihe Interior. Oeneral Land
Office. Washington, D. C. July 3. 1A02. Xo- j
tice ia hereby given that sealed bids directed
to the commissioner of the Oeneral Laud !
Office will be received b the receiver of i
ublic moneys at the V. S. land office at
I'n-scott, Ariz., up to and including the
27th day of August 1H02. for the pui chase
of mM (-..-. iJ I i.. ,!..- ndtim.Ul m Willi .-. I
b. am. and a sufficient Mkaaaal of mature liv
ing timber to BMfca with th' dead 230.010 feet
b. m.. and all of the lops and tops thereof I
together with all cordwood which can be !
cut from dead timtier not suitable for lum
ber but fit for fu I : all to he cut from the
Arizona Blue Boefc, Silver Heel. Silver Leaf,
White UocLl and Texas mining claims.
cated aU!:g the wagon road from Crown
King to l'reseolt ..ml just north of Ooodwin
1. 0L in the I'resoott Forest Reserve. Xo
bid of less than $2 per thousai.d feet for
green and 1 per thousand feet for dry saw
timber, and $0.40 er cord for green and
Pui per cord for dry wood will be consid- I
ered. A deposit of $173 must accompany
each bid and payment in full of the approx
imate value of said timber must be made to
the receiver within days of date of notice
of award or may. if bidder so elect at time
of bidding, be made in three equal pay
ments in .'10, liO ::nd !0 days respectively j
srom said date. The bidder agrees (first) i
t. -.if-, 1 I .1. ..) , i ... -i. r . .. .!.. .-.,.. .;i..KI I
I.Hstrict Cnirt of t':. l uited Suites,
for the Fourth Dii-trict of Arizona, in
In the Matter of ILL. 'tlOG. Bankrupt.
To the creditors of H. L. Kigg. of Wins
low, in the county of Xavajo. and district
aforesaid, a bankrupt.
Xotice is hereby given that on the 2nd day
of June, A. D. i ". said H. L. Kigg was
adjudicated bai.k'it; : : that the first meeting
of his creditors wi l be held at the office of
the undersigned in the town of Winslow.
Xavajo county. -izona. on the 20th day of
September. A. D. in02. at 10 o'clock a. in.,
at which Banc i s s lid creditors may attend,
prove their claims. U.Hint a trustee, exam
ine the bankrupt. aat tr.ins-iet such other
business as may properly come before said
led with the lu-dersigncd
to said firs! meeting of
to cor No 4 identical with cor of the loc and
with cor Xo 3 of Logan lode of this survey.
Thence s 80 deg 34 min e 600 ft to cor No L
the place of beginning,
LOGAX LODE Beginning at cor Not
identical with the n e cor of the loc and
with cors Xo 1 Iron Queen and No 3 of
Martin lodes of this survey and cor Ho 3
survey Xo 908 Boggs lode, whence C S L M
No 1538 brs a & deg 54 mm w 7078.5 ft, no
other bearings available. Thence s 15 deg
25 miti w l.jfJO ft t. cor Xo 2 identical with
the cor of the loc and with cors No lot De
mend and Iron King and No 4 of Iron
Queen lodes. Thence n 80 deg 34 min w
600 ft to cor 3 identical with the cor of the
loc and with cor Xo 4 of Demend lode of
this survey. Thence n 15 deg 26 min e 1500
ft to cor Xo 4 identical with the loc and
with cor No 4 of Martin lode of this survey.
Thence a 80 deg 34 min e 600 ft to cor No 1,
the place of beginning.
MARTIN LODE Beginning at cor No
1 identical with the n w cor of the location
where a porphyry stone 6x8x24 ins ia set 12
ins in the ground chiseled l-M-1633 with
monnd of stones alongside, whence IT S L If
Xo 1538 brs n 43 deg :S3 min w 5628.6 ft.noother
bearings available. Thence s 80 deg 34 min
e 600 ft to cor No 2 identical with the cor of
the loc and with cor No 4. survey No 908
Boggs lode. Thence s 8 deg 50 min w 1500
ft to cor No 3 identical with the cor
, , . of the loc and with cors No 1 of T nam
mine is recorded in ! d Iron Qneen lodes of this survey and Xo
ot tiivapai county. v., cma R,, InHo Thenrv n M
deg 34 min w 600 ft to cor Xo 4 identical
with the cor of the loc and with cor Xo 4
Logan lode of this survey. Thence n 8 deg
50 min e 1500 ft to cor No 1, the place of
PI TMAN LODE Beginning at cor No 1
identical with the nw cor of the loc and
v ith cor Xo 6. survey Xo 908. Boggs lode,
where a slate stone is set showing 4xl2vL2
in. above the ground chiseled l-p-1633.
with mound of stones alongside; whence TJ
S L M No 1538 brs n 49 deg 52 min w6634ft,
no other liearings being available. Thence
S 80 deg 34 min e 600 ft to cor No 2 identical
with the ror of the loc. Thence s 8 deg 50
min a 1500 ft to co;- Xo 3 identical with the
cor of the loc and with cor No 2 of Dailey
Lode of this survey. Thence n 80 deg 34
min w r.'O ft to coi No 4 identical with the
cor of Ibi loc and with cors No 1 of Dailey,
2 of trot i u"en lodes of this survey and No
7 ..t aam y Xo S08 Boggs lode. Thence n 8
deg 5ii ti i E 1500 ft to cor No 1 the ajace
DA ILL: V LODE Beginning at cor No 1
identic.:! m ith the nw cor of the loc and with
cors 4 of fntmi'n. 2 of Iron Queen lodes of
this -tin. y and No 7 of survey Xo 908 Bogga
lode, k hence US L M Xo 118 brs n 40 deg
.04 mil . 758K.7 fi. no other bearings avail
able. Thence s 80 deg .A min e 600 feet to
cor No - identical with the cor of the loc
and with cor Xo3of Putman lode of this
surv. j Thence s 15 deg 25 min w 1500 ft
to cor X' :( identical with the cor of the loc
and ui: eof Xo 2 Hubbard lode of this
survey Thence n 80 deg 34 min w 600 feet
to cor No 4 identical with thecor of the loc
and with cors Xo 1 Hubbard. 2 of Iron
King nid of Iron Queen lodes of this sur
vey. Tl DM X 15 deg 25 min e 1500 ft tocor
No 1. tt place of beginning.
Hl'BBA KD LODE Beginning at cor No
1 id. :.t with the nw cor of the loc and
wit it i- - Iron King. 3 Iron Queen and
Daihv ! o s of this survey, whence I" S L M
Claims may be
tit any time prie
Arizona. Anvu.-tlid. 1902.
KRED W. NtLSOX.
Referee in bankruptcy.
First publication August 7. W
MINE WARNING NOTICES!
Xo l.if ears n 31 deg 40 min w 866.9 ft.
t... ,.(.( .irirgs available. Thence s80
dea 34 in e 600 ft to cor No 2. identical
with tt- or of the loc and with cor No S
Dailey : of this survey. Thence s 19 deg
14 mil ";( ft to cor Xo 3. identical with
the e J if ihe ioc. Thence n 80 deg 34 min
w 600 ft to cor No ' identical with the cor
of the loc -id with cor Xo 3 Iron King lode
of this scrvey. Thence n 19 deg 44 min e
UW ft -or Xo 1 the plae of beginning.
VaHaM : . ; all corners 14 deg e.
AND .H P1TER.
inner of the Northern
Bell and Jupiter mining claims, situated in
Walker mining district, will not be respon
sible for any indebtedness, either material
fnrnished or labor performed on said prop
erties now being worked under lease and
bond. C. O. BnOCHl.
September 4. '.V2.
To'.-.l net area of Iron Queen lode.
Total m l area of Iron King lode. . .
Total net area of Demend lode
Total net area of Logan lode
Total net area of Martin lode
Total net area ot Putman lode
Total net area of Dailey lode.
Total net area of Hubbard lode
MERTON ORorp i ; VINES.
Notice is hereby giv . ti .it ;h- ender
sign.'d is the owner of the Merlon group of
claims, located i.. Pino Grove Mining dis
trict. Yavapiii County. Ar zona, having
bonded the same to the Oi!ila Mining
Company : ii.,' owner of said property nor
the proorty itself will not be resonsible
for anv a brs eontraeted lor labor or other-
for lumber and only so much of the living ; wise during the time of sai l tnd.
iitnoer as "in r.- necessary to miU" with
Everything New & First Class.
Odd Fellows' Hall.
Sealed bids will be received by the
undersigned until noon September
Hi for Odd Fellows old hall a two
si or v building, in good condition,
suitable for store room or lodging
ror particulars call on or ad
the n ttives to help themselves. These dress, G. F. Tinsler, 223 N. Gurley
suggestions are merely thrown out street, phone 11 Prescott. P-btd
by the Nugget. Thev are suscep-
tible to amplification. The Eskimo
will son perish entirely, unless the
government of the United State
tukes, him in hand aud administer
his affairs practically aud rationally.
He ia a far better type of man tbu
either the red Indian or the Filipino.
But the government should not hold
him responsible for being such and
permit him to perish.
Not Doomed tor Life.
"I was treated for three years by
good doctors," writes V. A. Greer,
Mc( oniiollsville, f )., "for piles, and
fistula, luit when all failed Buckleu's
Arnica Salve eured me in two weeks."
Cures burns, bruises, cuts, corns,
sores, eruptions, salt Rheum, piles, or
no pay. At all drug stores; 25 cents.
Just arrived at J. Derr, the home
merchant tailor, a fine stock of im
ported and domestic suitings and
pants goods, for fall and winter.
Call early while the stock is fri-sh. as
you know where gnods are made up
on the premises by first class work
men and a perfect fit guaranteed in
every case, is the place to eo to, to
receive satisfaction. Opposite the
To the Ladies of Prescott Mad Sur
rounding Camps The weather is
now cool; we are now making the
finest Chocolates, French Fruit, Noav
gat and Bon Bons. Come and see
us making them; fresh everv after
noon. R. A. On hill.
al4-tf HI W. Gurley St.
SAM LEE'S RESTAURANT
Cor. Montezuma and Goodwin Streets.
First-Class Heal 25c nc Upwards
We Serve all the Delacicics the flarket Affords
at Ai! hours. Day and Night.
WHENEVER YOU V'ANT
Merchandise or Mining Supplies
Office of the Board of Supervisors. Yavapai
Prescott. Ariz.. June 4th. 1S0L'.
A re-registration of the voters of Yavapai
county. Arizona, is hereby ordered to be
The county recorder and each justice of
the ieace are alone authorized by the Stat
uti to take the required proof.
Croat liegister closes October 14. Utt.'.
By order of the Board of Supervisors, Yav
apai county, Ariz.
-I. H. Itobinson, Clerk.
First publication. June 5th. 19C2.
Km WB SMKI.TSK.
Notice is 'iereby aaaaal 'at the Arizona
Uastern A Montana Sincl'iag Ore Vurcus
ing and Development Comjuny has leased
the BogRs mines, smelter and pipe line, aud
that the undersigned will in no wi,y be re
sponsible for debt contracted in opcrati;.g
CO.MMF.RCI L MIXINO TO..
J. S. Douglas. Agent.
Octobe 2T. lw.
Kemembcr the Oid Hstablistied House
The 0. K,
Staple auu ianc Groceries, t Fit Slock oi let's Inroisbi; Ujoti
Always on Hand. Ai! (iDods Ire ii and Up-Tn-Date.
JOSEPH DOUGHERTY, Proprietor
Notice For Publication.
Land Office at Prescott, Ariz., i
June U. l!r.'. i
Xotice is hereby given that the following
nam. d settler has Hied notice of his inten
tion to make tinal proof fn stipfMirt of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the B gister and Receiver at I'rescott.
Arizona. on July .'9'. 1!WJ. viz: Mary Jane
Joyce, of Prescott. Arizona, (or the S Vj NE
I and X V, S K Sec Id. Tp 15 X. K 3 YV.
Hp names the following witness, iw to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation, said land, viz:
VValter Cox. of Mint Valley, A pi.ona, Sam
I'eiiiberton. f Mint Valley. Arizona. Jos.
Dougherty, orPrsscott. Arizona, Do I Akard,
of Mint Valley. Arizona.
Frederick A. Title, Register.
First publication Aug.fi.
the dead :)4l.000feet b. in . : i second) to cut
al! marked timbcrand only that so marked :
I third I to pile under direction of the forest
officer in charge all brash ana rubbish re
suiting from logging: I fourth I to utilize
the lops and tops down to a diameter of
three inches and to manufacture into cord
wood all dead timber ou the cutting-area
not suitable for lumber. Xo timber will be
removed from the oustidy of forest officer
until measured and marked by him and
paid for in full. Purchasers failing to re
move timber award-! within one year from
date ot notice of award, forfeit purchase
money aud right to timber unremoved. un
less nn extension of time is granted. The
right to reject any and al 1 bids is reserved.
Binger Hermann. Commissioner.
First publication July 2'..
i..:-: publication Aug. as.
I debts of the same srhich
r)EI, VRENT (,K ThE INTERIOR. the period of said bond.
L General Land Office. Washington. D. C. !
I July 14. Xotice is hereby given that
sealed bids, uircctcd to the (.oniiiussioner of
the General Land 0ice. will be received hj
the Receiver of Pnhlic Moneys at the C S.
Land Office, at t'rescott. Arizona, up to and
including the 3d d.iy of September. MB, for
the purchase, under the provisions of the Act
of June 4. lrWT. t.i Stat.. 34vifii, of all dead
timber sound enough for lumber or wisd.
and a sufficient aaaaaajl of mature Mfiag
timber. I- inches ami upwards in diameter.
to make with the de.t-.J timber sound rrougu
for lumber 300.1110 feet, and the wood from
the tops and lops of the Htaaa timber and Preacott.
from the dead tiulcr. sound enough only ,
for wood MtaaajM 't 310 cords, all to he
cut and taken fro ii a tract of unsurveyed !
laud, estimated at 4UU acres, on the south j
side of the Hassnyampa nver. approximate- !
!y in Bee. 3. T. d X.. R. 1" west. G. A S. R.
M.. within the limits of the lrescott Forest
Reserve, Arizona, no hid of less than Jt.OO'
per thousand feet for timber sound enough !
for lumber, and L'S cents for cr!. will he j
considered. A depisit of $100.00 with the
receiver must accompany each bid. and i
ayment in full for the timber award.nl
must be made to the receiver withiu thirty I
days from the date of notice of award, o
may, if the bidder so elect at time oi
making bid, he made in three equal pay
ments within fit) and 90 daxs. r.sp.-ctivej
from date of notice of award. Th . "ting i
and removal of this timber will bo del
the supervision of an officer designate; for
that purpose, who will mark the boundaries
of the tract to be cut over, mark all living j
timber to be cut before cutting will be al- I
lowed, require the economical use of all of
K. M. Dougherty.
Total net area of lode claim 163.961
This claim is located on unsurveyed land
approximately in tp 12 n. r 1 e. G A S R
meridian in the Big Bug mining district in
Y'avaiMii county. Arizona.
Adjoining Claims Martin lode is bound
ed or. th" east and Putman lode is bounded
on tlie west by survey Xc HUH Cgs lode
and the Iron t2ueen lode is bounded on the
north by survey No 908 B- cga lode. The
rest of the claim is bouri'Vd by V. S. lands,
there being no oth-r i.uwu locations or
The lodge or. the Iron Qoeeu ksde bears
n 15 deg 2." min e IMf ft from mon S E C.
Ihe ledge on the Iron King hide bears s IS
deg 44 min w 1501) from mon at N E C. The
l.-dgo on Demend I.xle bears s 19 deg 44 min
w 1500 From X E C. The ledge on Logan
hears n 15 deg 25 min e 1500 ft from mon at
SEC. The ledge on Martin lode bears n 8
deg 5ft min e 15t ft from the mon at S E C.
The ledge on Putman lode bears n ! deg 50
e 1500 ft from the mon at S E C. The ledge
on Dailey lode brs n 15 deg 25 min c 1500 ft
f run: the mon at S E C. The ledge on the
Hubbard lode brs a 19 deg 44 min w 1500 ft
from the mon at X E C.
Xotices of Location of the.- claims are of
record in the Recorder's office of Yavapai
county. Arizona, as follows: Iron Queen in
Kmlr :rr .f mine nflire 61. : Iron King, book
HOMESTEAD MIXE. I 56 of mines, twge 72: Martin, book 59 of
Xotice is hereby given that the Homestead i mines, page 457: l"utman. bock 5 of mines.
mine, located in the Walker mining district, j page 46: Logan, book 59 of mines, page
I ia now being worked under a bond, and that 459: Dailey, book 59 of mines, page 460:
j the undersigned, owner of said mine, will Demend. book 59 of mine, page 461: Hub
I not be responsible tor any labor, accident or I bard, book 59 of mines, page 462 : all being
records ot lavapai county. Arizona.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
FUED Z'lBEL. any portion of the said Iron Queen. Iron
Preacott. Arizona. Jan. C. HO). i rung. Demend. Dailey. Hubbard. Ixigan.
; Put man and Martin mining claims, or snr-
I face ground, are required to file their ad
S1LYER BELT. verse claims with the register of the United
Notice al her. kg given that the Silver Belt States land office at Prescott. Arizona, with-
nine, locat.'d iu the Agua Fria Mining Dis- j in sixty days from the date of the first pub
' rict, is now being worked under bond and Mention hereof, or they will be barred by
lease, and the owners of said property nor virtue of the provisions of the statute.
;he property itself . will not be responsible FREDERICK A. TRITLE. JR..
for any debts contracted against said prop- Kegist. r .
erty during the lime of suid bond. first publication July 16. w
may accrue during i 1
MRS. F. BASH FORD.
Arizona. May !. VJ01.
NIGHT HAWK. Et Al.
The undersigned, owner of the Xight
lawk. White Hawk, and Scottish Chief min
:ig claims, aud Xight Hawk mill site, situat
d in Pine Grove district. Yavapui county.
rizona. having bonded the same, will not
W responsible for any debts contracted
"4' nst said property during the time of said
Prescott. Arizona. Feb. 1. t!t.
ONTARIO GROUP OF MINES.
Notice is hereby given thatthe undersigned
re the owners of the Ontario group of
ines, located iu Black Hills mining di
'ict. aud that we will not be resjxnsible for
iy debts contracted for labor or otherwie
.gainst said mining claim by parties work
ing the mid IWario group.
W. W. Muuds A Co.
Prescott, Arizona. April 1. 1901.
Estate of Gabriel H. LaBerteu. deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned,
. executrix of the estate of Gabriel
H. LaBerteu, deceased, to the cred
itors of and all persons having claims
against the said deceased, to exhibit them,
! with the necessary vouchers, within ten
mouths after the first publication of this no
tice to the said executrix, at the
store of J. P" Dillon, In Prescott,
Arizona, the same being the place for the
transaction of the business of said estate, in
said county of Yavapai.
Marj- A. LaBerteu.
Executrix of the will of Gabriel H. LaBerteu.
Dated this 20th day of August. 1902.
First publication August 27. W