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PRICE BAKING POWDER CO,
THE LOCAL NEWS,
XITY AND COUNTY
Groom Cr?ek was visited by a
severe frost last night.
F. R. Stewart took a party out to
Blackburn's camp Sunday and enter
tained them royally.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Smith are re
joicing over the arrival at their home
of a daughter, which arrived Suuday
Mrs. W. A. Clark, wife of the well
known mining man of Fool Gulch,
is at the Sisters hospital under the
care of a doctor.
A company of Chicago capitalists
has been formed to purchase mining
machinery in idle camps and install
the same at paying properties.
What is believed to lie a nest of
cattle thieves has been discovered in
Graham county and warrants for sev
eral prominent men have leeu issued.
The Rangers have been summoned,
and will assist in a general rouud-up
in a few days.
Arizona has more miles of railroad
under construction or projected than
any other state or territory in the
Union. The lines are all to be con
nected with main transcontinental
lines, and some of them are to go
An exchange remarks that if the
great Julius Ceasar was now living
he would not write "All Gaul is di
vided into three parts." but Arizoua
is dirided into three parts, northern
Arizona, southern Arizoua and Mari
copa county with a bis M. Tomb
The Sisters of Mercy have let the
contract for building the additional
wing to their hospital building, and
the same will be commenced at once
under the superintendency of Mr.
Elliott as architect and Mr. Skinner
as builder. When completed
building will be a beauty.
Globe is now a dead camp. Every
thing has shut down and not a wheel
is turning. The leading paper, the
Silver Belt, is being boycotted and
the merchants are preparing to hunt
new pastures. lhe Bisbee JJauv
Miner is sorry for the peopleof Globe
and only wish that they could enjoy
some of the Bisbee prosperity. Bis
bee Dailv Miner.
Another victim of the desert was
found near Rillito this morning. The
case was reported to Coroner Wilson
today. The man is supposed to have
been a prospector and is thought to
have been dead for some time. Con
stable Pacheco will leave with a cor
oner's jurv for the place in the morn
ing. County Undertaker Reilly will
go out and bury the remains. Citi
zen. The republican county candidates
will fire the first gun of their triumph
al march through the county at Skull
valley. September 26, the occasion
being a grand ball which will be
given at that place on that night. A
large party of Prescottites are going
and it is requested that all persons
wishing to attend hand in their
names to J. E. Morrison, secretarv
republican county central committee,
to the end that reduced rates may be
secured from the railroad.
The Woman's Christian Temper
ance Union will hold their territorial
convention in Prescott commencing
Tuesday afternoon. September 30,
and closing Thursday, October 2.
On Thursday night tbey will have a
silver medal contest similar to the
one held some months ago. It is
hoped that the people of IVesc-ott
will attend the convention as thc
will find the meetings both interest
iug and instructive. A cordial invi
tation is given the public.
John S. Jones, who has been
away from Prescott for many
months, returned yesterday and
will leave for his famous Little
Jessie mining ground today to visit
that property and generally look it
over. He will be back again in
town during the week and return
to the east, where he will remain
for some weeks before again com
ing back to Chaparral. He looks
well and says he feels better than
Before the end of the year it is
probable that one of the biggest
bismiith projerties on the continent
will be opened up in the Superstition
mountains, in this territory. The
property has been sold by Phenix
people to a party of wealthy Boston
men. who iutend to begin extensive
development work at once. Bismuth
has hitherto lieen one of the minerals
that were not included among Ari
zona's products, but it is more than
likely that inskle of one year things
will be different in this line.
About thirty residents of that
prosperous section, (iroom Creek, at
tended the democratic meeting to
hear the democratic candidates ex- i
plain what earthly reasons there were
for electing them to office. The
meeting was cold throughout and no
enthusiasm a all was manifested, in
fact when Hon. W. A. Rowe was half
through his political sermon, most of
the audience grew tired and left, and
our dear old friend Tom NoaiM wai
compelled to discharge his oratorical
pyrotechnics at empty space.
Governor aud Mrs. Brodie will re
turn to Pheuix this evening. Thev
are pleased with the reception ex
tended them by our people and sav
their visit has been one of pleasure
never to be forgotten. The ( lof eiltOT
has leen busily occupi"d during his
present visit with business, political
and gubernatorial matters, while Ins
to the healthf ainess of the f i
Mots. There arc imitation baking powders sold cheap by
many grocers. They are made from alum, a poison
ous drug, which renders the food injurious to health.
better half has been deluged with the
arduous duties of receiving so many
of her friends and acquaintances, of
whom t here are many in her old
At a meeting of the Altar society
of the Catholic church held last even
ing a new set of officers were elected
and installed in office: Mrs. J. M.j
Derr. president; Mrs. D. A. Burke,
vice president: Mrs. M. A. Lawler, i
: treasurer; Mrs. Pickett, secretary. ;
Among other things acted on, it was
leaded to give an apron social on
Ike evening of October 1 in the base
ment of the church to which all are
invited to attend. Prizes will be
given for the "jest gentleman
ster in attendance, also for the worst.
A good time is assured. Also good
refreshments netni by the Catholic
Mother Gray s Sweet Powders
for Children. Mother
vears a nurse in the Children's Home
in New York, j rented children suc
cessfully with remedy, now pre
pared and place! in the drugstores,
called Mother Gr.iy's Sweet Powders
tor Children. T hey are harmless as
milk. pleasant to take and never fail.
A certain cine for feverishuess, con
stipation, headache, teething and
stomach disorders and remove worms.
At all druggists. 25c. Don't accept
anv substitute. Sample sent FREE.
Ad"dress Allen S. Olmstead, Le
Roy, X. Y.
WHIPPLE AS A POLITICAL FACTOR.
A New Mexico Politician Assailed
an Arizona Measure.
In Xew Mexico the military post
and politics is under headway in a
general discussion. The following is
from the Las Yegas Record and will
be read with interest by all Arizonans
of this section:
"In conversation with a number of
gentlemen here Sunday, Hon. B. S.
Rodev stated emuhaticallv that he
never' made the assertion" that "the I
military post would be located in
Albuquerque, or not in Xew Mexico.'
He said that at oue time it seemed j
probable that Fort Whipple barracks
would be enlarged to accommodate a ;
regimem, ooviaiing me necessity ior ,
a New Mexico post."
The prominence of Whipple has !
j long lieeu considered as of the !est 1
in geographical regard, climatic con
ditions and sanitarv advantages, and
while we are sorry for Xew Mexico. '
we are nevert he ts n eased at what
is goiug on todav at Whipple, and
we sincerelv trust that it will
made a regimental post as above out
lined. However, political matters iu New
Mexico should not be associate: u
what we have secured in Arizona,
and Mr. Rodey should not be slapped
because he has not and we have se
cured a post. Whipple, by the way,
is due to general conditions here and
the personal efforts of strenuous
citizens. Our delegate in hmmi
did not open his mouth on Whipple.
Lingering summer Colds.
Don t let a cold run at this season, j
Summer colds are the hardest kind ,
to cure aud if neglected may linger j
along for months. A long siege like ,
this will pull down the strongest con-
stitutiou. One Minute Cough Cure
will break up the attack at once.
Safe, sure, acts at once. Cures
coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, all
throat aud lung troubles. The chil
dren like it. W. W. Ross. Brislev
The following is a list of letters re-
aiaiag in the Prescott poet office for
week ending Sept. 22
Alexander. J Mrs Lewta-
Ariz Cen Cop Co
Bailey. Ed B
Bohlinger & Co
Duehesneau. L E
Dow ning. S 1)
Fori. C P
Oebau. II -I
Holgate. W Mrs
Hart. O L
Lamb. W S
Moss. H C
Putuiau. Geo Mrs
Pettis, G B
Robinson. J W
Ross. John K
l"ss, (Veseus Mrs
Stevens. C A
Stearns. C W Mrs
Smith. G A
Smith. Lydia Mrs
Ti mental. Soledad
Warnock. W .1
Warren. Ailice Mrs
Arlizo.iijadaltic Kstrada. Ktiiu.ildo
Al-ila. Liourrdo Marrjuez.Elentario
Boiaaarj) QabrieJ Martinez. Daniel
Hurriel. Francisco Trujille. Kaunui
Cierras, (iricelda Valdez, Santiago
Parties calliug for alxive letters
will pie, st' say advertised.
A. L. Smith. Postmaster.
A Boy's Wild Rise tor Life.
With family around eapeetoeg liitn
to die. and a son riding for life. If
miles, to get Dr. King's New Discov
er for Consumption. Coughs ami
CoMe, W. H. Brown, ol Lcesville. iml
endured death's agouies fr m asthma,
but this wonderful medicine g.ive in
stant relief and mi owed him. He
writes: "I now sleep soundlv every
night." Like marvelous cures of C-ou-
1 1 nipt i ti. Pneumonia. Bronchitis.
Coughs. Colds and f Jrip prove it
matchless merit for all Throat and
Lung troubles. Guaranteed bottlpe
BDe rWI flu1 Trial bottles free at
all drug stores.
AN ARIZONAN REWARDED
Appointed to a High Office in the
A Manila telegram of the 16th
says: Brewster Cameron has leen
selected to represent the Philippine
islands commercial interests at Wash
ington, and will, during the next ses
sion of Congress seek to obtain tariff
concessions for Philippine products,
reduction in the Philippine tariff and
that the United States commission
i he granted authority to deal with the
subject of immigration to the islands.
Brewster Cameron is well known
in Arizona, where he formerly re
sided. He is a brother of Colin
Cameron, the well known Lochiel
stockman. Mr. Cameron a few years
ago was a frequent visitor to Pres
cott. He is a member of the his
torical Cameron family of Pennsyl
vania A Right Royal Entertainment.
Mrs. John Lloyd Fisher gave
very brilliant reception and ball
! last- evening in Dougherty Hall,
1 in honor of her two daughters. M rs.
Harry Russel Tritle and Miss Olive
Kisher. Mrs. Tritle is a resident
of Phenix and has been sjending
: the summer in Prescott, while Miss
Kisher lias just returned home a-
i ter spending several months in vis
iting different points in Canada.
The decorations of the hall were
artistic in the extreme; yellow and
white was the color scheme; the
windows, the doors, the four huge
pillars, the platform and the piano!
veiro fill .lrtino.1 m-ith vullout n ,1
I white cheese cloth; great bunches
1 of golden rod were scattered here
! and there, so that the effect was
very artistic; but the music, it was
enchanting; again and again was
the orchestra encored. The leader
; of the orchestra, Mr. Smith, played
several solos on his violin for his
enthusiastic audience wish
home was in Prescott instead of
Phenix. As we looked around it
seemed as though all Prescott was
there. Whipple Barracks was well
represented. At least three or four
hundred jieople partook of Mrs.
Fisher's hospitality. Delicious
refreshments were served and every
one said: "What a party." Gover
nor and Mrs. Brodie, also our new
delegate to congress graced the OCC-
sion with their presence, after the
republican rauv was over, aim re
ceived a hearty welcome irom lhe
hostess and her guests. Mrs. Fisher
may be congratulated upon the per
fect success of the entertainment, but
then you know she always has enter
tained right royally.
PASTOR SMALE WILL NOT LEAVE.
A Former Prescott Minister in a Nice
Pickle of Theological Fish in
The Los Angeles Herald of todav
, , , ?
contains the following:
ReV. Joseph Smale, pastor of the
First Baptist church, will not resign
nis pastorate in case a majontv of
the memrers of his congregation vote
to retairj nim for ano,her year. The
leaders of the opposition in the trial
that is now iu progres'-at the Baptist
church had hoped that their oppost
tiou to his continued pastorate would
be so stroug that Air. Smale would
not attempt to remain another year.
A committee of bis friends waited
upon Mr. Smale yesterday and nhud
him if he meant to desert thein in
ff?2 rlFV!! - the4investi! "
, llou to"ht' Ju nP? lih "
Iquiry. Pastor Smale said:
"If the majority of the members of
my church ask me to continue as
their pastor, I will not desert them iu
their hour of need. The Baptist
church is a democratic body and in
business matters it kuows no higher
law than the voice of the majority. I
told my friends when the charges
were lirst preferred against DM that
if they stood by me in the hour of
my extermity I would not desert
tkem when the victory was wou. I
know the opposition has made a Ild
fight, but I believe that most of it
has been on the surface. I think
when the final vote is taken a new
light will In- thrown on. the nuinl)ers
and strength of the opposition.
The charges of the opposition are
directed against Mr. Smale oa the
'round ol narrow religious measure
and free handed methods on political
Wanted A trustworthy lady or
gentleman in each county to manage
business for an old established house
of solid financial standing. A straight,
!ona fide weekly salaryof Slx.lKI paid
hv check each Wi dnesday with all
expenses direct from headquarters.
Money advanced foroxpeuscs. .Man
ager. MO Caxton Bldg.. Chicago.
8 27 I (it w
A Sad Disappointment.
Ineffective liver medicine is (lis
appointment, but you don't waul to
purge, strain and break the glands
of the stomach and bowel-. De
Witt's Little K.olv Riser, never dis- i
ppoiat They cleanse lhe -d in of I
all poison and putrid Meuti no do
it so gently that one enjovs the pleas
ant effects. Thev area tonic to the
liver. Cure biilioustiess. torpid liver
and prevent fever. W. W. Ross,
Brislev Drug Co.
Given la private family. ApplvSO
Montezuma streH. Mlil-6i
Special to the Journal Miner.
After affecting a temporary organ
ization, the territorial republican
convention took a recess until 2
o'clock for the purpose of holding a
caucus in the Hotel Adams to select
a candidate for delegate to congress.
At 2.30 p. m. the caucus is still in
The convention was called to order
by J. C. Adams, chairman of the
central committee. The representa
tion was large. There was no oppo
sition to the election of T. C. Job of
Yavapai as temporary chairman,
Ralph Sturges of Pima as temporary
secretary and Geo. U. Young of Co
conino as assistant.
Each delegate is allowed to name
his own member of the various com
mittees. The Yavapai men are
accredited E. S. Jones on permanent
organization, T. C. Campbe 11 and J
E. Morrison on platform.
R. E. Morrison is here and has
As to what the canons will do it is
impossible to predict as the chances
are about equal between Morrison
The republican territorial conven
tion yesterday nominated Hon. Rob
ert E. Morrison candidate for dele
gate to congress after one of the
sharpest contests in the history of
the party iu this territory, so says
the Republican of Phenix. It was at
all times, though, good natured and
consisted of the sift iugs of the opi
nions of the delegates regarding a
matter of expediency. Those who
voted for Mr. Morrison did so with
regret that they were compelled to
vote against so good and stroug a
candidate as Territorial Auditor V.
F. Xichols and those who supported
Mr. Xichols regretted that iu doing
so thev hail to turn down so strong a
candidate as Morrison.
The opinions of the delegates re
garding the -uperior qualities of their
respective candidates was so nearly
equally divided that if two more dele
gated had voted for Mr. Xichols he
would have been nominated. The
convention was never for moment
lacking in snap, and there was never
at any moment a manifestation of
The result was so much in doubt
that when the convention was called
to order in the morning it was genet
ally believed that Mr. Morrison
would receive the nomination; when
it reassembled at 3 o'clock in the af
ternoon. It was believed and con
ceded by some of the supporters of
Mr. Morrison that he would be de
In illustration of the general un
certainty regarding the situation it
was not finally determined until after
two o'clock that both gentlemen
would be placed before the conven
tion. Xeither candidate was striving for
the honor. Both were willing to
leave to the delegates in caucus as to
which would likely be the stronger
and when the delegates were uuable
to decide this matter without a bal
lot it was agreed to take the ballot in
the open convention.
It was known that the northern
counties were solid for Mr. Morrison.
It was believed that the southern
! COUH ties Were
solid for Mr. Xichols,
but it was not known precisely how
the Maricopa county vote would
The ballot proved that the north
was solid; there were openings in the
south and though the Maricopa vote
for Mr. Morrison was smaller than
had been expected he was nominated
by a vote of 78 to 76.
Another thing decided by the con
vention was that the next territorial
assembly of the party should be at
The convention throughout was
marked by the greatest enthusiasm
in which the spectators joined. The
speeches were generally brilliant, the
work of the convention showed skill
in all its parts and in all respects the
convention was the most notable pol
itical gathering iu the territory within
The vote was as follows: For
Morrison Apache comity 6 votes;
Coconino county 10; Gila, 8; Mari
copa. 7; Mohave, 3; Xavajo, 5; Pinal,
4; Yavapai, 34; Yuma, 1. Total, 78.
For Xichols Cochise. 13; Graham,
13; Maricopa, 26; Pima, 14: Santa
Cruz, 5; Yuma, ft. Total, 76.
It is given out today that the great
coal strike is being adjusted har
moniously by both sides and inside
of ten days the trouble will be at an
Ten years ago this fall Morrison
and Wilson were at it for district at
torney of Yavapai, and Morrison won
out. Ditto this year on congress.
The following will be read with in
terest by especially the Elk people:
Through the Waterloo Courier,
Charles E. Pickett, past grand ex
jalted ruler of the Elks, today for
i mally announced his candidacy to
succeed isiieaiter Henderson, it is
urged that he will unite all factions
of the party.
At a meeting of the stock yards
commission men of Kansas City last
Saturday it was decided to prepare a
cowboy escort for the president on
the occasion of his visit ou Septem
lier 29. Word is to lie sent out to
some of the big ranches to send in
delegations of their line riders. The
stockmen are going ou the presump
tion ihtl such an escort would appeal
to liiiu, aflcr Iwing surfeited with the
military displays of the east.
The Tucson Citizen says that a
rather unique incorporation filed its
articles with the county recorder the
other day. It is known as the
Sequova league. The incorporators
are peopleof prominence throughout
the country. David Star Jordan of
the University of California is at its
head. Among the others are D. M.
Riordau of Flagstaff, (ieorge Bird
Grinnell of New York City. Phoebe
Hearst, the philanthropist of San
Francisco, and C. Hart Merriam of
Washington, D. C. The object of
the league in plain Euglish is to
make iietter Indians. Its members
will strive to better the red man a i
condition, to teach him slf support,
aud to obtain better protection from !
t he government for his maintenance, j
The object is wholly benevolent.
to the !
Tombstone ami Bisbee an
in conflict over the removal
ofMintr cat from tlie former
latter. We're for oltl Tomlistoue, ,
j for around tbo old camp there still 1
i hovers the good old davn of long ago. 1
It was the lst town Arizona ever;
had within its confines, and now that
it is awaking and getting ia tJuipe
again for future usefulness should i
h let iilonr. We wonder if t hey
don't want the Schefelein monument,
Application For Patent No. 568.
S. Land Office, Preaeott, Arizona,
July 10, 1SUL. 1
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance
of the Act of Congress approved May 10,
1872, Geo. A. Trends. 11 Mining Company,
by E. D. Treadwell, it attorney in fact,
whose poatofflce ie Preaeott, Yavapai coun
ty, Arizona, has made application for a
United States patent for 1500 linear feet
each of the Iron Queen, Iron King, Demend,
Dailey, Hubbard, Logan, Putman and Mar
tin lode claims bearing gold, silver and cop
per, situated in the Big Bug mining district.
Yavapai county, Arizona Territory, and
described in the official plat and field notes
on file in tha office of the Register of the
Prescott Laid District. Arizona, as follow,
Surrey No. 1683.
IRON QUEEN LODE Beginning at
corner No 1 identical with n w cor of the lo
cation and with cors 1 and 3 of Logan and
Martin lodes of this surrey and cor No 3 of
surrey No 908. Boggs lode, where a slate
stone 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 1538 bears n 36 deg 54 min w 7078.5 ft. no
other bearings available. Thence a 80 deg
34 min e 600 ft to cor No 2, identical with
cor of loc and with cors 1 of Dailey and 4 of
Putman lodea of this surrey and cor 7 ot sur
rey 908 Boggs lode. Thence s 15 deg 15 min
w 1500 ft to cor No 3 identical with cor of
loc and with cors 2 Iron King, 1 Hubbard
and 4 of Dailey lodes of this surrey. Thence
n 80 deg 34 min w 600 ft to cor 4 identical
with cor of loc and with 1 of Iron King and
Demend and I of Logan lodes all of this
urrev. Thence n 15 deg 25 min e 1500 ft
tu cor No 1. the place of beginning.
IRON KING LODE Beginning at cor
No 1 identical with n w corner of the loca
tion and 'vith cors No 1 Demend, 2 of Lo
gan, 4 of Iron Queen lodes all of this survey
whence U S L M No 1538 bears n 28 deg
27 min w 8082.5 ft. no other bearings avail
able. Thence s 80 deg 34 min e 600 ft to cor
No 2 identical with cor of location and with
cors 1 Hubbard, 4 of Dailey and 3 of Iron
Queen lodes all of this surrey. Thence s 19
deg 44 min w 1500 ft to cor No 3. identical
with the cor of the loc and with cor No 4
Hubbard lode of this suney. Thence n 80
deg 34 min w 600 ft to cor No 4 identical
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 Beginninir at cor No
1 identical with u 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 I'SLM No 1538 bears
n 28 deg 27 min w 8082.5 ft. no other bear
ings available. Thence s 19 deg 44 mia w
1500 ft to cor No 2 identical with the sor of
the loc 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
location. Thence n 19 deg 44 min e 1500 ft
to cor No 4 identical with cor of the loc and
with cor No I of Logan lode of this surrey.
Thence s 80 deg 34 min e 600 ft to cor No 1,
the place of beginning.
LOGAN LODE Beginning at cor No 1
identical with the n e cor of the loc and
with cors No 1 Iron Queen and No 3 of
Martin lodes of this survey and cor No 3
surrey No SOft Boggs lode, whence I'SLM
No 1538 brs n 36 deg 54 min w 7078.5 ft. no
other bearings available. Thence s 15 deg
25 min w 1500 ft to cor No 2 identical with
the cor of the loc and with cors No 1 of 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 No 4 of Demend lode of
this survey. Thence n 15 deg 25 min c 1500
ft to cor No 4 identical with the loc and
with cor No 4 of Martin lode of this survey.
Thence s 80 deg 34 min c 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 is set 12
ins in the ground chiseled l-M-1633 with
mound of stones alongside, whence U S L M
Ko 1538 brs n 43deg 33 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. surrey No 908
Boggs k-de. 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 Logan
and Iron Queen lodes ef this surrey and No
3 cf surrey No 908 Bogg lode. Thence n 80
deg 34 min w 600 ft to cor No 4 identical
with the cor of the loc and with cor No 4
Logan lode of this surrey. Thence n 8 deg
50 min e 1500 ft to co- No 1, the place of
PITTMAN LODE Beginning at cor No 1
identical with the nw cor of the loc and
with cor No 6, survey No 908, Boggs lode,
where a slate stone is set showing 4x12x12
ins. above the ground chiseled l-p-1633.
with mound of stones alongside ; whence U
S L M No 1538 brs n 49 deg 52 min w 6634 ft.
no other bearings being available. Thence
S 80 deg 34 min e 600 ft to cor No 2 identical
with the cor of the loc. Thence s 8 deg 50
min w 1500 ft to cor No I 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 600 ft to cor No 4 identical with the
cor of the loc and with core No 1 of Dailey.
2 of Iron Queen lodes of this surrey and No
7 of surrey No 908 Boggs lode. Thence n 8
deg 50 min E 1500 ft to cor No 1 the place
DAILEY LODE Beginning at cor No 1
identical with the nw cor of the loc and with
core 4 of Putman. 2 of Iron Queen lodes of
this surrey and No 7 of surrey No 908 Boggs
lode, whence 1" S L M No 1538 brs n 40 deg
.04 min w 7536.7 ft. no other bearings avail
able. Thence s 80 deg 34 min e 600 feet to
cor No 2 identical with the cor of the loc
and with cor No 3 of Putman lode of this
survey. Thence s 16 deg 25 min w 1500 ft
to cor No 3 identical with the cor of the loc
and with cor No 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 No 1 Hubbard. 2 of Iron
King and I of Iron Queen lodes of this sur
vey. Thence N 15 deg 25 min e 1500 ft to cor
No 1. the place of beginning.
HUBBARD LODE Beginning at cor No
1 identical with the nw cor of the loc and
with cors 2 Iron King. I Iron Queen and 4
Dailey lodes of this surrey, whence I'SLM
No 1538 bears n M deg 40 min w 866.9 ft.
no other bearings available. Thence s80
deg 34 min e 600 ft to cor No 2. identical
with the cor of the loc and with cor No 3
Dailey lode of this surTey. Thence s 19 deg
44 min w 1500 ft to cor No 3. identical with
the cor of the loc. Thence n 80 deg 34 min
w 600 ft to cor No 4 identical with the cor
of the loc and with cor No 3 Iron King lode
of this surTey. Thence n 19 deg 44 min e
1500 ft to cor No 1 the plaje of beginning.
Variation at all corners 14 deg c.
Total net area of Iron Queen lode. .
Total net 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 ol Putman lode
Total net area of Dailey lode
Total net area of Hubbard lode
Total net area of lode claim 1 63.951
This claim is located on unsurreyed land
approximately in tp 12 n. r 1 e. G & S R
meridian in the Big Bug mining district in
Yavapai county. Arizona.
Adjoining Claims Martin lode is bonnd
ed on the east and Putman lode is bounded
on the west by survey Nc 908 Boggs lode
and the Iron Queen lode is bounded on the
north by survey No 908 Boggs lode. The
rest of the claim is bounded by U. S. lands.
there being no other known locations or
claims adjoining. .
The ledge on the Iron Queen lode bears
n 15 deg 25 min e 1500 ft from mon SEC.
The ledge on the Iron King lode bears s 19
deg 44 min w 1500 from mon at N E C. The
ledge on Demend lode bears s If deg 44 min
w 1500 from N E C. The ledge on Logan
boars n 15 deg 25 min e 1500 ft from mon at
SEC. The ledge on Martin lode bears n 8
deg 50 min c 1500 ft from the mon at S E C.
The ledge on Putman lode bears n 8 deg 50
e 1500 ft from the mon at SEC. The ledge
or. Dailey lode brs n 15 deg 25 min e 1500 ft
from the mon at S E C. The ledge on the
Hubbard lode brs s 19 deg 44 min w 1.500 ft
from the mon at N E C.
Notices of Location of these claims are of
record in the Recorder's office of Yavapai
comity. Arizona, as follows: Iron Queen in
hook 37 of mines, page 626: Iron King, book
55 of mines, page 72: Martin, book 59 of
mines, page 457: Putman. book 59 of mines,
ngc 45: Logan, book 59 of mines, page
459; Dailey, book 59 of mines, page 460:
Demend , book 59 of mines. ige 461 : Hub
bard . hook 59 of mines, page 462: all being
records of Yavapai county. Arizona.
Any and afl persons claiming adversely
any portion of the said Iron Queen, Iron
King, Demend, Dailey. Hubbard, Ugan.
I'utman and Martin mining claims, or sur
face ground, are required to file their ad
ene claims with the register of the United
States land office at Prescott. Arizona, with
in sixty days from the date of the lirst pub
lication hereof, or they will he burred by
virtue of the proiisioni of the statute.
l'KEDKKICK A. TRITLE. 1 1!..
First publication .luly 16. w
Kstate of (iabriel H. LaBertes, Cssoeaaecl.
Notice is hereby given bv the undersigned,
nostril of the estate of Gabriel
'I. T-aHerten. decnased. to the ered-
ito of and I 1 MflMM Iu vine eMM
xUamsi thi' said icccaf'cd. to - in it tiicui.
.ith the necessary vouchers, within ten
month aft r the I'rs' publication of thin no
tice Iu ike said eccutri. at ths
ttSM ol .1. 1' Dillon, in 1'rescott,
Arizona, the MM being the place ' for the
transaction of the business of said estiite. iu
said county of Yavapai.
Kxccutrix of the will of Oabriel H. LaBerteu,
Dated this 2Uth day of August. 1902.
Kirst publication August 27. W
Application For Patent.
United States Land Office, i
Preaeott, Ariz., Jan. 28, 1901. f
Notice is hereby given that William E
Lucas, by T. G. N orris, his attorney in fact,
whose postoffice address is Preaeott, Ari
zona, has this day filed his application for a
patent for 3812.4 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 field notes and official
plat on file in this office as surrey No. 1511,
in sections 29 and 32, township 13 north,
range 1 west, said surrey 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 center
end of Unlimited No 1 lode of this surrey.
A porphyry stone 6x6x24 ins set 1 ft in
ground, alongside a mon of stonee 3x3 feet
stone marked N C E U No 1511 and S C E
U No 1, No 1611. Thence S 87 deg 30 mm
n 300 ft to corner No 1, which is also cor
ner No 2, Unlimited No 1 lode of this sur
rey. A porphyry stone 6x10x24 ins set 1 foot
in ground, alongside built a mon of stones
3x3 feet, stone marked U No 1-1511. Same
stone marked U No 1. No 2-1511, whence
core of sees 4, 5, 82 and 33, tps 12 and 13 n
R 1 W, GASH M. brs S 13 deg 21 min E
7362.4 ft. Thence south I dog 30 min E 1500
feet to cor No 2, which is also cor No 1, I n-
hmited No 2. lode of this surrey. A por
phyry stont exlOxoh ins set one foot in
ground, alongside a mon of stones 3x3 ft
stone marked 0 No 2 IUL Same stone
marked U No 2. No 1 1511. Thence N 87
deg 30 min E 600 ft to cor No 3. which is
also cor No 4, Unlimited No 2. lode of this
surrey. A porphyry stone6x8x24 ins set one
ft in ground, alongside built a mon 3x3 ft.
Stone marked U No 3-1511, same stone
marked U No 2, No 41511. Thence N 2
deg 30 min W 1500 ft to cor No 4, which is
also cor No 3. Unlimited No 1, lode of this
surrey. A porphyry stone6x8x30 ins set one
ft in ground, stone marked U No 4-1511,
fame stone marked!' No 1. No 3-1511. Thence
S87 deg 30 min VV 300 ft to north center end.
the place of b ginning.
UNLIMITED NO. 1 LODE.
Beginning at north center end. the initial
mon of the location. A slate stone 3x8x24
ins set one ft in ground, alongside built a
mon of stonee 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
UNol, No 1-1511. whence core sec 4, 5, 32
and 33. Tps 12 and 13 N. R 1 W. G 4 S R M.
bra S 11 deg 16 min E 8169.6 ft. Thence S 7
deg W 856 ft to cor No 2. which is also cor
No 1, Unlimited lode of this surrey, cor
described above. Thence north 87 deg 30
fc. 600 feet to cor ?o 3, which is also corner
No 4 of Unlimited lode of this surrey, cor
described above. Thence N 7 deg east 855
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 U No 4
1511. Thence S 87 deg 30 min VY 300 ft to
north center end. the place of beginning.
UNLIMITED NO. 2 LODE.
Beginning at initial mon at north center
end of claim, which is also the south 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 abore, whence cor sees 4, 5, 32 and
33. Tps 12 and 13 N. R 1 W. OASRM.br
S 16 deg 6 min E 596.6 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, No 2-1511.
Thence N 87 deg 30 min east 600 ft to cor No
3. A porphyry stone 6x12x28 ins set one ft in
the ground, alongside built a mon of stonee
3x3 ft. Stone marked U N 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 surrey, cor described abore.
Thence S 87 deg 30 inin 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 11.61 acres
Unlimited No 2 lode 19.79 acres
Total area lode claims 52.06 acres
This claim is located in Sees 29 and 32.
Tp 13 N. R 1 VY. G and S R M. Walker min
ing district. Yarapai county. Arizona.
The notice of the location of the Unlimited
lode is recorded in book 49 of mines, at page
The notice of location of the Unlimited
No 1 lode is recorded in book 47 of mines
at page 115.
The notice of location of the Unlimited
No 2 lode is recorded in book 47 of mines,
at page 116.
All of which said books are of the records
of said county of Yavapai. Arizona, and for
further descriptions, bearings and distances
of said lodes and each of them constituting
said claim, reference is hereby made to the
United States surveyor's notes filed in this
land office, and to the said location notices
and records of said Y arapai county. Arizona
Unlimited vein extends from initial monu.
ment south 2 deg 30 min east 750 feet, and
north 2 deg 30 min west 750 feet.
Unlimited No 1 vein extends from the
north center end south 7 deg west 855 ft.
Unlimited No 2 rein extends from the
north center end south 12 deg 4 min east
There are no known adjoining claims.
Government land surrounding.
Any aad all persons holding adverse
claims thereto are required to present the
same before thie office within sixty days of
the first publication hereof, or they will be
barred by the provisions of the United
FREDERICK A. TITLE. Jr..
First Publication July 30, 1902.
Application for a Patent.
U. S. Land Office. Prescott. Arizoua.
August 19. 1902.
Notice is hereby given that Pan-American
Mining Company, by John J. Hawkins, its
attorney-in-fact, whose postoffice address is
Prescott. Arirona. has this day filed his ap
plication for a patent for 964 linear feet of
the Hidden Treasure mine or vein, bearing
?;old and silver, with surface ground 600
eet 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 Survey No. 1H03.
in township 12 north, range 1 wet-t. of Gila
and Salt River base and meridian, said sur'
rey No. 1603 being desc-rilied as follows, to
wit: Beginning at cor. No. 1. identical with
cor. No. 2. survey No. 1S89. Golden Fleece
No. 1 lode; a porphyry boulder 6x10 ins.
above 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 River base and meri
dian. bears north 34 deg. 31 min. east, 5i3
feet : thence north 30 deg. west. 530 ft. to
cor. No. 2: thence south 50 deg. 33 inio.
west, 940 ft. to cor. No. 3: thence south 30
deg. east, 600 feet to cor. No. 4: thence
north 46 deg. 24 rnin. east. 954 feet to cor.
No. 1 and place of beginning. Magnetic
variation 14 deg. 15 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 area in conflict with Sur. No.
1317 Eberhart lode... 0.882
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 U. S. irovcrntnent land and
claims owned by W. A. Rowe. No other ad
joining claims known.
The location of this mine is recorded in
the Recorder's office uf Yavapai county,
Arizona, at pages 383 awl :t84. in the Book 19
Any and all persons claiming adversely
any portion of said Hidden Treasure mine
or surface ground arc required to file their
adverse claims with the Register of the
United States L'ind Office at Prescott, in j
the county of Y'avapai. during the sirtyday' j
period of publication hereof, or they will l- j
barred by the virtue to the provisions of the i
statute. KEN. S. H ILOKKI n,
First publication Aug. 20.
United Verde & Pacific Ry.
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Connections at Jerome Junction :
So 1 connect with S F P A ! freight No. 1
No. 3 connects with 8. K P. & P. No j (or all 1
points east and went via Ash Fork.
No. a ronnerli with S. r P. P. No. 1 M I
all point nouth.
Passenger arriving at Jerome Junction on S
F P A P No 3 will reach Jerome onour irain No
4; from SFFAP No. 2 reach Jerome on our No
6; and trorn R F PA P No 1 will flnl gool hotle
at Jerome Junction and ran reach Jerome the
following morning on our train No 2.
Paul p. ht.
Qtneral Passenger Agent .
MINE WARNING NOTICES!
NORTHERN BELL AND JUPITER.
The undersigned owner 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. G. BHOOHU.
September 4, 1902.
MERTON GROUP OF MINES.
Notice is hereby giren that the under
signed is the owner of the Merton group of
claims, located in Pine Grove Mining dis
trict, Yarapai County. Arizona, having
bonded the same to the Cadilac Mining
Company ; the owner of said property nor
the property itself will not be responsible
for any debts contracted tor labor or other
wise during the time of said bond.
R. M. Dougherty.
BIG BUG SMELTER.
Notice is hereby given that the Arizona
Eastern t Montana Smelting Ore Purchas
ing and Development Company has leased
the Boggs mines, smelter and pipe line, and
chat the undersigned will In no way be re
sponsible for debts contracted in operating
COMMERCI L MINING CO.,
J. S. Douglas, Agent.
Octobe 27, 1899.
Notice is hereby giren that the Homestead
mine, located in the Walker mining district
is now being worked under a bond, ano
the undersigned, owner of said mine.
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 Silrer Belt
mine, located in the Agua 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
erty during the time of said bond.
MRS. F. BASHFORD,
Prescott, Arizona. May 22, 1901.
NIGHT HAWK. Et AL
The undersigned, owner of the Night
Hawk, White Hawk, and Scottish Chief min
tng claims, and Night Hawk mill site, situat
ed in Pine Grore district, Yarapai county.
Arizona, ha ring bonded the same, will not
be responsible for any debts contracted
af nst said property during the time of said
Prescott, Arizona. Feb. 1. 1900.
ONTARIO GROUP OF MINES.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
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 j
against said mining claim by parties work
ing the said Ontario group.
W. W. Munds Co
l"rescott, Arizona. April L 1901.
In the District Court of the United States.
for the Fourth District of Arizona, in
In the matter of H. L. RIGG, Bankrupt.
To the creditors of H. L. Rigg. of Wins- j
low. in the county of Navajo, and district :
aforesaid, a bankrupt.
Notice is hereby giren that on the 2nd day
of June, A. D. 1902. the said H. L. Rigg was
adjudicated bankrupt ; that the first meeting
of his creditors will be held at the office of
the undersigned in the town of Winslon.
Navajo county. Arizona, on the 20th day of
September. A. D. 1902. at 10 o'clock a. in.. (
at which time the Slid creditors may attend.
prove their claims, appoint a trustee, exam
ine the bankrupt, and transact such other
business as may properly come before said
Claims may be filed with the undersigned I
at any time prior to said first meeting of j
Dated Winslow, Arizona. August 23d, 1902. j
FRED W. NELSON.
Referee in Bankruptcy.
First publication August 27. W
Notice For Publication.
Laiul Ofl'ee at Prescott, Ariz..
June 21. 1902. i
Notice is hereby g v. n that the following
nam. d 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 and Receiver at Prescott.
Arizona, on July 30, 1902. viz : Mary Jane
Joyce, of Prescott, Arizona, for the S 14 NE
'4 and N J,' S E Sec 10. Tp 15 N. R I H
He names the following witnesses Is
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation, said land . riz :
Walter Cox. of Mint Valley. Arizona. Sam
Pemberton, of Mint Valley, Arizona, Jos.
Dougherty, of Prescott. Arizona, Dol Akard.
of Mint Valley, Arizona.
Frederick A. Title, Register.
First publication Aug. 6.
Office of the Board of Supervisors. Yavaptii
Prescott, Ariz.. June 4th. 1902.
A re-registration of the voters of Yavapai
county. Arizona, is hereby ordered to be
The county recorder and each jnstice of
the peace are alone authorized by the Stat
utes to take the required proof.
Great Register close October 14. 1902.
By order of the Board of Supervisors. Yav
apai county. Ariz.
J. H. Robinson. Clerk.
First publication. June 5th. 1!C2.
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