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THE LOCAL NEWS..
n OF THE -
CITY AND COUNTY
From riondax's Daily.
City election tomorrow.
The city council will meet tonight.
Morris (ioldwater left on yentenlayV
train for San Francisco.
J. C. Rankin left yesterday for
Born, in Prescott. January L to
Mr. and Mrs. J. Kearly, a daughter.
Rev. F. T. Bennett went to Jerome
today to be absent until Thursday.
Fraternal Brotherhood will install
J. H. Collins has returned from
his outing at Cottonwood.
Frank Luke has been appointed as
sessor of Maricopa county.
Kate Claxtou will appear at the
opera house January 14.
lr. Yount is in Pheuix, yisitiug
Justice J. P. Barmett.
J. H. Montgomery, a Los Angeles
capitalist, is in town.
R. E. Morrison came up
train Ironi the south.
Mrs. J. J. Hawkins and her daughter
Miss Lilah. left on today's train for
Los Angeles where the latter will
enter school again.
The teachers of the public schools
have returned from attending the
teachers' institute in Phenix and
schools were reopened again today.
The G. A. R. and W. R C. will
hold public installation ceremonies
at their hall tomorrow night to which
all friends of the two orders are in
vited. The subject of this evening services
at the Congregational church, at the
initial meeting of the week of
prayer, will be "Prayer." Services
will commence at 7:45 o'clock.
The Ladies Aid of the M. E. church
will hold a special meeting on Wed
nesday afternoon at '.2:30 o'clock at
the residence of Mrs. J. Detwiler.
Polls will be held tomorrow
building of Mrs. Xoyes just north of
the Odd Fellows hall. They will be
open from 10 o clock a. m. till
Miss Helen Burmister and MmM
Maud and Mabel Norris left on to
day's train for California to resume
their school studies again.
Miss Winnie Fredericks, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. R. X. Frederick
left yesterday for Mills College, after
spending her vacation at home.
Governor and Mrs. A. O. Brodie
came up on yesterday's train from
Phenix. returning to the capital city
Attorney Xorton left Chicago last
evening for Prescott. to settle up the!
nusineee or the McCabe intension
Mining company. It is given out that
the company will resume operations
soon on their proerty.
The week of prayer will be observed
this week by the Congregational,
Baptist and Methodist churches. In
stead of uniting in the services, each
church will conduct separate services.
This evening Chief of Police Prince,
with a large army of assistants, will
entertain friends with a regular Irish
"Mulligan" This banquet will lie
spread at the Hook and Ladder
Mrs. Walter Ross of Bangor. Maine,
who has been the guest of Dr. and
Mrs. Sawyer for several weeks, left
today for Pasadena, California, to
siend a few weeks .
Col. Duncan X. Hood left for Xew
York today, where he expects to reside
W. A. Mattox, representing the
Xew York Mutual Life Insurance
company came up this morning from
J. H. Farrell. the well known min
ing superintendent of McCabe is in
Mrs. C. W. Piatt,
Sheriff C. W. Piatt
wife of Under
came up this
morning from Kirklaud.
Raymond Beecher left this morning
for Lo6 Angeles to attend the Har
yard school there.
Mrs. E. D. Treadwell's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. W. D. Lynch have returned
to their home in Sun Francisco.
Sam F. Nebb. the well known dem
ocratic politician of Phenix la in
Mrs. J. S. Douglas has returned to
her home at Bisbee after spending the
holidays with friends in Prescott.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Richards re
turned Saturday night from their
Mrs. W. J. Mulvenon re-
eveuiug from their visit
to Los Angeles.
A local union Brotherhood of Car
penters was organized in Prescott Sat
urday night with a memership of
Pat Luney of Pheuix was in the
city over Sunday aud by some com
bination of circumstances lost a val
uable watch and a sum of money.
Mrs. Neiaig of Los Angeles arrived
in Prescott on Saturday eveuing and
will conduct the installation exercises
of the Fraternal Brotherhood tonight.
B. Tilton has put a tank in the
bicycle deiartmeut of his mechanical
hospital for the storage of compressed
no mr oicycie tires, nereaner 11 a
wheelmen desires to inflate his tire all
he bos to do will be to insert the tube
and let the air in instead of pumping
it up as heretofore.
Frank C. Williams, of Billings.
Montana, arrived in Prescott last
evening to take a position with the
Journal Miner as operator of its Sim
plex type setting machine. Mr
Williams is accompanied by his wife
The second lecture liy Miss Spald - I
iug was given on Saturday afteruoou !
at the beautiful home of Mrs. J. L. j
Fisher on Cortez street. "Art iu
Paris." was the subject which was I
most interesting and greatly enjoyed
by a large number of ladies. Miss:
Etta DeWirt contributed to the pleas
ure of the guests by singing a solo in !
her usual sweet voice accompanied !
by Mrs. W. A. Cline.
J. E. Jeffrey, au old printer and
one who had seen lietter days, mm
yesterday seut to the Union Printers'
Home, at Colorado Springs. Prescott I
Union No. :I75 has been making j
preparations for some time for having
Mr. Jeffrey admitted to the Home
and the membership is deserving
great credit lor tnesuccess ol their
Count Metschikiff. w ho is interested
in the Rapid Transit and other mines
in the Hradshaw mountains, left yes
terday for the east on business, after
several weeks spent iu this vicinity.
The count is a cousin of the Czar of
Russia and occupied a prominent
official position in that couutry. but
refused to obey a certain order of Hi
Autocracy and was given a leave of
absence from the country for a num
ber of years. He came to the United I i,
OA . ... , . '.
maies. aim aiinougn he can return
shortly to his uative laud, he likes it
so well in this country where every
man is a prince, if he choses fee he,
that he will remain here permanently.
Fred Roden burg, whose death was re
reported at Arkansas Hot Springs a few
days since, may not be dead after all.
Mr. Rodeiiburg receiveel a telegram a
few days since announcing his death
The telegram purported to
signed by the proprietors of a Hot
Springs hotel. Mr. Rodenburg wir - I
askiug for particulars of the young
man's death when a reply came liaek
from the firm, announcing that they
had never even heard of such a man.
The inference to lie gaiued from this
telegram is that the first one sent
was a forgery.
M iss Helen Adams left this morning
for Los Angeles to attend school.
A. E. Suppiger has returned from
a visit to Los Angeles.
Leotiolil Walloth. the well known
Varuell merchant, is in town today.
Miss Alice Campliell has returned
to Congress where she is employed in
teaching in the public schools. "
Mis.- Amelia Block has moved into
the Commercial Trust company's
Bert Johns left on la-t night's train
for the university at Tucson to re
sume his studies.
John Andrews, a hotel man of Los
Angeles has purchased Mr. Huech
ner's interest in the Prescott House.
The members of the gun club held
a medal shoot yesterday the medal
being won by 1). I). McDonald.
Mrs. Phillis. wife of Captain L
D. Phillips, returned last evening
from a protracted visit to Los An
geles. Ed. S. Campliell has resigned his
I'o-ition as manager of the New Year's
group of mines and has accepted a
position with the Knickerbocker
Mining company. He left yesterday
tieo. C. Bowman. United States
deputy Collector of internal revenue, is
in town today on official busiuess
aud will remain for several days.
Reporter Chase, formerly of the
Prospect, but more recently on the
10,000 "hurled" staff has gone to
; Phenix. It is rumored that the
i "hurled" is importing a renorter
from the east to sandwich items in
j lietweeu the literary gems of the
I editor of that tiaiier.
A tyiewriter for the pocket is one
of the latest hits of American inge
nuity, sjiecially designed to meet the
nieuirenieuts of journalists and
authors who ueed to take notes under
conditions were a pencil and paper
would not be convenient. It may be
worked without removing the hands
from the iocket.
The Tombstone Prospector says that
the juries in the cases of E. P. Mower
and Clay Hockett. accused of robbing
the Fairbanks ' stage, returned verdict.-
of not guilty and the men were
discharged. The Bisbee Review com
menting on the case says that as soon
a.- Hockett secured his liberty he vis
ited the Prospector office and began a
warlike demonstration in the presence
5 of Editor Hattich. The elder Hattich
entered behind Hockett, raised up
nis coat tail to see it he bad a gun m
his pocket and finding that he did
not have one he secured a stick of
stove wood and ran the unwelcome
visitor out of the house.
Prescott is, perhaps, the first city
in Arizona to get in telegraphic con
nection with Honolulu. -Courier.
The above item was down on the Jour
nal Miner reporter's note book last
week but was overlooked, and the
reporter is under obligations to the
Courier for calling his attention to it.
The first telegram to Prsecott from
Houolulu came to the Journal Miner
the day the cable was completed. It
was sent by the Associated Press an
nouncing the completion of the cable.
Sujierintendent of Schools J. B.
Jolly. Miss Edwards and Miss Camp
bell, returned yesterday from Phenix
where they have been attending the
teachers' institute. On the same train
enroute to their respective schools
were Miss Bailey. Poland: Miss Ford,
Miller Yalley: Miss (Hidden, Kirft-
laud: Miss Jewell. Skull Yalley: Miss
Thayer. Congress; Prof. Xeff and
w ne or Jerome ; r"rot. Kussell. prin
cipal of the Flagstaff schools: Miss
Jones. Hag-taff aud Miss Mat toon, a
Coconino County teacher. Territor
ial Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion X. Q. Layton was also on the
train, enroute to Flagstaff.
From Tuesday's Dailv.
Schroeder. the alleged Divine
healer, is iu Pheuix.
G. A. R. aud W. R. C. installation
tonight. Everyliody invited.
The territorial legislature will meet
one week from next Monday. January
Mrs. McCullach aud her daughter
Mrs. Lilly Ashtou have gone to Ore
gon for a visit.
Ed. Kiehl has installed an acetyline
gas plant in his plumbing establish
ment, being the first in the town.
Sam Baruett, a young man who has
been residing in Prescott for some
time. left today for San Antonio.
Joe Drew brought iu two mountain
lion skins yesterday, aud two moun
tain Hon kittens from the Walnut
J. F. Donohue was brought in from
Co: .re i this morning to serve a
forty l. ys' sentence in the couuty jail
for mis iemeauor.
A meeting of the O. K. hose com
pany will be held at their hall to
morrow evening. A full attendance
of members is requested, as business
of imKrtance will 1 considered.
Judge R. E. Sloau. yesterday, ren
dered his decision iu the case of
Treadwell and Beckwith vs. Geo.
Marr. in the somewhat famous Buster
mine case. The decision was in favor
' of plaintiffs.
Dixon Fagerberg. who has for sev
eral months been representing Runkle
A Peacock, of El Paso, in Prescott has
purchased the Prescott business from
the almve firm. It is a merchandise
Territorial Auditor Nichols was
severely injured yesterday by lieing
thrown from his wheel while" on his
way to the capital. The road ou West
Washington street had been sprinkled
J"s oefore he came along and the
wneei siippeo out trom tieneatb him.
He was thrown ou oue leg and was so
badly injured that he could not pro
ceed to the capital. No bones were
Th ree holios stole a hand car at
Skull Yalley Monday night and pro
i ceeded in the direction of Kirklaud.
j Word was sent to Kirklaud to appre
! bend them. To make sure of the cap
: ture the authorities turned the .-witch
at that place and the handcar, with
; the gang aboard, was sidetracked and
I the men taken into custody. Sheriff
Joe Rolierts brought them in to Pres
i cott this morning.
The New Year's resolution formed
by H. W. Laskey was that he would
: make a clean up of all of his fall aud
winter clothing, overcoats, suits,
'etc.. to make room for his spring
stock, which he proposes to purchase
soon. He is just now carrying this
; resolution into effect, as will lie seen
from his announcement in this issue,
i Xow is the time to secure bargains at
Lrfi.sk ev s.
Hall of Congress is in town
D. J. Breed, of Clintouville. Wis
consin, died January I. Deceased was
the father of E. E. Breed of Prescott.
W. H. Ferguson and his son Gil
bert S. Ferguson came in today from
the Hurricane mine to cast their
tiallots at the city election.
The infant laughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles McKinstry died yesterday.
The infant was a grand laughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wallace.
P. J. Fitzgerald came in today from
the Massayampa country to exercise
his privilege of American cit izenshii
y casting a ballot for city officers.
In the divorce proceedings of Clara
Wescott vs. Edward Wescott. iu the
j district court today plaintiff was
'granted decree and the custody of her
two children. The plaintiff iu this
ca-e is only eighteeu years old.
The work of transforming the
"Gould cottage" into a club house
"ill ! commenced shortly. The high
embankment upon which the cottage
now stands will lie excavated and a
substructure put under the building.
At a recent church service in one
of the churches in Prescott. on a
somewhat stormy and disagreeable
evening, the congregation consisted
ol seven (wrsous. Of the congregation
two were druggists, oue a doctor, one
a nurse, and one an undertaker.
Miss Grace Oldham, after sending
the holiday vacation in Pheuix aud
Prescott, returned to her post of duty
as teacher of the Walnut Creek school".
C. O. Anderson, of the Range New-,
of Willcox. has sold that paier to S.
N. Kemp, formerly with the Anieri
can Type Foundry company. Mr.
Anderson expects to leave some time
next month for the state of Washing
ton, where he expects to locate. Mr.
Kemp is spoken of as a first class
Wanted -Faithful person to travel
for well established house in a few
counties, calling on retail merchant
and agents. Local territory. Salary
$1024 a year and eXx't!ses, payable
Slu.70 week in cash ami expenses
advanced. Position permanent. Bosi
ness successful and rushing. Stan
dard House, 3b4 DearUirn street,
The recent teachers' institute, at
Tempe. was attended by twenty eight
teachers from Yavapai county. When
the institute was held in Prescott last
year Maricopa county contributed an
attendance of just three teachers.
The teachers report having lieen treat
ed in a royal manuer. during their
stay there. Tallyhos were ever ready
to take them to and from the normal
school building while on New Year's
day the teachers were given a tallyho
ride over the valley.
Charles Keed.the well known nurse,
left for Pheuix last night, for a brief
visit. On the same train was Miss
Carrie Mai t man. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Hartmau. aud friends of
the couple report that a marriage
ceremony is on the tapis to take place
there today. The couple are very
worthy young people and the Journal
Miner extends its congratulation.-.
Miss Hartman has grown from child
hood to womanhood in Prescott. and
is respected aud loved by all who
The Western Union Telegraph com
pauy has issued the following bulle
tin: The Commercial Pacific Cable
between San Francisco aud Houolulu
H. I., now being in operation and
open for public business, the follow
ing rates to Honolulu have been
placed in effect: From California.
except San Francisco. Oaklaud.Ala
meda and Berkeley Arizona and
Nevada, 54 cents per word; New Mex
ico, 50 cents per word.
THE MONROE DOCTRINE
Those democratic editors who have
been disposed to sneer at President
Rosevelt 's attitude on the Yenezuehin
question and who claim he has not
stood firm by the Monroe doctriue.aud
who have also referred to the able
and patriotic measures which Cleve
land would have taken, are respect
fully invited to read the following
interview given Ly ex -President Cleve
land which is the only authorized
starement by him on the prseent situ
ation in Yeuezuela. Mr. Cleveland
"To use the Monroe doctrine under
any circumstances as a shield for
debtor nations which hapiK-u to be
on this hemisphere, would be a use of
it never intended nor foreseen by
President Monroe. There is a vast
aud essential difference between ter
ritorial aggrandisement and the legit -maite
collection of debts lawfully
! 0o"tnf uted "ud i"tly owned. To
; make the Monroe doctrine cover the
latter as well a- the former, would In
to make it indefeusible and alisurd.
During my second presidential term
there were two instances of forcible
collection of debts iu South America
by England, one in Yeuezuela aud
one iu Coriuto. Nicaragua, but uo
action was taken by the American
government save that of watching the
transactions and tendering our good
offices in the direction of averting
any warlike collisions.
"At the present time the Monroe
doclriue is eudaugered ire an two op
posite directions, on the oue hand by
those who do not appreciate the vital
importance of our national policy and
on the other hand by those who would
willfully extend its scope. It must
be protectek from those who would
make a foolish insistence upon its
application to matters not withiu its
purview, and at the same time care
must be taken that it is not endanger
ed by a failure to observe the effect
of any action, though seemingly re
mote, which might result iu au in
fraction of Its provisions."
Virginia, having adopted a new con
stitutiou, finds au amendment ueces- ;
The geutlemau who masqueraded as
the governor of Kentucky in Florida,
recently found no lack of "old Ken
tucky bourbon" at his disposal.
Secretary Hay has again demon
strated his right to be known as the
greatest American diplomat.
There are growing indications that
Judge Alton B. Parker of Xew York
will be the democratic choice for the
It begins to look as though ex
President Cfevlaud thought it was
time for the democracy to look Priuee
touwards for a leader.
Andrew Carnegie has offered
to endow a national theater iu
Washington which. indeiendeut of
popular support may work to uplift
the character of the modern drama.
In these days of consolidation and
the purchase of majority interest -through
brokers, it requires an expert
to distinguish the Beet Sugar Trust
from the Sugar Trust.
A careful canvass of the democrats
in congress reveals the fact that -event
eeu distinct varietise of democrats
are rqeuired for the next presidential
By those "who would make a foolish
insistence upon its application to
matters not .within its purview" Mr.
Cleveland evidently means those fool
democratic editors who have been
snapping at President Roosevelt.
A man - from Concordia, Kans. .
writes from Culia in description of
the farming and stock growing meth
ods which prevail dowu there. The
pasture fencing is of barb wire. It
is not necessary, however. to dig holes
and set posts. A small pole of a cer-
taiu kino is driven iutoihe ground to
a depth of teu inches. It takes root
and grows and inside of six months
liecomes a sturdy tree.
The election of city officer- will
take place tomorrow. The race is a
go "as you please" one. only oue
candidate seeing fit to seek election
on a political issue. While rununiug
ou a so-called democratic ticket, no
nomination was made and so far M
known that party docs not stand spon
ser for his candidacy. The other can
deidates have grouped themselves un
der various namse. Peoples, ludepeu-
dent. etc. For council there are only I
two candidate- and theie 1-no opposi
tin to Henry Hartin for treasurer. I
All other positions will lie contested.
The Midwinter Number of the Ijat
Angeles Times made its annual ap
liearalice last week. In its dissert a
tions on this southwest country its
readers are furnished with a class of
reading matter, as to facts full of In
terest that has never been surpassed.
Every phase of the vast interests of
Southern California are touched upon
in masterly style and with the accoin
luiiiiment of fascinating illustrations
it sings au anthem of flowers, fruits
aud grain. Its artistic arrangement
eclipses all former efforts of this
BUNKER HILL GROUP
Very Promising Property in the
Heart of a Richly Min
A Ledge of Great Width Carrying
Ore Rich in Values.
Lynx Creek. June 5. The Bunker
Hill group of mines is situated alanit
one mile iu a westerly direction from
.lone- Mill, on the Divide between
Lynx creek and Big Hug district aud
four and a half miles east of the towu
of Walker. It is admirably situated
in the center of a rich mineral lielt
surrounded on all sides by rich iwy
ing mines. There is a great deal of
activity ami development going on iu
close proximity to this group. The
work on this group is forging ahead
w ith giant strides also. The Bunker
Hill vein has lieen opened up on
four claims, and as far as develop
ment at present shows, is a very large
vein. Iu two places, ou different
claims the vein is thirty feet iu width,
with rich streaks of high grade ore
throughout the same. The main work
ing on the Bunker Hill mine con
sists of a shaft 130 feet iu depth. A
large cut here crosses the vein aud is
from 12 feet M feet in depth ami
shows the vein very distinct and
measures twenty and a half feet from
wall to wall. There are several other
-hafts and cuts, on each side of the
main shaft, for several hundred feet
each way which show the vein to be
of an average size through out with
well defined walls. At the south end
of the Bunker Hill claim a cut was
run 96 feet which shows the vein
from wall to wall. A new shaft here
was sunk and the ore looks good.
This is on Bunker Hill No. i. The
vein can be traced on the surface the
entire length of this No. 2 claim,
and agaiu on No. south of No. 2,500
feet south of the uorth end of No. '.
iu a new shaft aud a long cut expos
ing part of the vein, and shows a very
l large body of ore
At the present
time for 1,000 feet south of this new
shaft, the formation is mixed with
ore and heavily mineralized for sev
eral hundred feet iu width, showing
a very large blow out. Here in this
spot the indications show for them
selves. On the uorth of the Bunker
Hill very little work has been done,
owing to the vein being capped over
with granite. Here the hill termi
nates and the slope is very steep for
1.000 feet aud iu some places the
ledges are perpendicular and covered
with large lioulders, thereby making
prospecting a difficult problem, here
tofore, but the recent storms, by au
j accident uncovered the vein iu one
place near the bottom of the hill.
! This gives au excellent tunnel site
and will lie opeued up immediately
for that purpose. The depth gaiued
! will Ik- nearly 500 feet., which means
considerable iu developing a mine.
Another claim of this group is the
cross vein which ruus nearly at right
angles with the Bunker Hill vein,
and is north of the maiu shaft about
100 feet. A tunnel here shows nearly
two feet of solid ore. carrying gold
and copper and is of good values in I
The tuuuel is over 900 feet in the.
hill aud the vein has lieen traced to
the bottom of the hill. 1.000 feet be-
i low. where a tunnel w ill also lie driven
iu ou the ore. The ore taken out of
the Hunker Hill several years ago was
milled near by and plated iu free
gold Si8 ier tou aud the concentrates
were high enough to ship to the
smelter at Pueblo, Colorado, pay all
expenses, thus giving a very good
average values. J. B.
CAMP VERDE NEWS
Community Loses Valuable
Popular Citizens by Depar
ture of Ketchersides.
Literary Society Continues to En
tertain and Instruct Val
Camp Yade, Jan. :!. It is a matter
of regret that we have to report the
removal of Dr. J. A. Ketcherside
from our community. He goes to
Yuma to take charge of what be be
lieves will lie a more lucrative prac
tice. He has purchased with his
father Dr. E. 15. Ketcherside the drug
stock and practice of a Yuma physi
cian who also turns over to them the
j territorial prison practice.
Dr. Jim as he was best known
here leaves behind him a host of
friends for he has proven dun ng his
stay with us of some six or seven
years a most capable, kind aud sym
pathetic physician, and more than
that an all around Christian gentle
man. We have just learned that the Sen
ior Dr. has met with a serious acci
dent. While going to make a pro
fessional call at a point some eighteeu
miles out of Yuma, his horse became
frightened and ran. throwing him
from his carriage breaking his thigh
Ik Ue. He lav several hours ou the
desert Ijcfore assistance could be
We hare noticed a practice iu this
community ou various occasion.- of
inviting guests to some social func
tion at a private house aud after the
retirement of such guests as would
probably not approve of dancing those
remaining have danced into the
small hour- ol the night. While we
do not pose as infallible authority ou
social etiquette yet it impresses us as
being "deuced poor form dont yer
know" and liable to make some sen
sitive people a little "shy" of getting
iu such peoples- way on future occa
sions. It strike- us that the principle
would lie the same should they wait
until part of the guests had taken
their departure in fore serving refresh
C. P. WlngBeld of Huron has lieen
in the valley buying U-ef this week.
Miss lieblie sjient her vacation at
t he teaeiieis' lii-tinrle ill i'heuix.
Our literary society gave a.- usual,
a good program on Friday night. Oue
feature was a debate on "Statehood."
which would have doubtless lieen ail
eye opener tu congress ahem.
The musical program which was to
have been rendered on the 0th ilist.
has be'ii postponeil until the llith
iiist. on account of the sickness of
Ben Kamah. whose assistance would
lie well nigh indespelisible ou an oc
casion ot that kind. The program for
the 9th will how ever he a good one.
One feature of which will lie a debate
on the question Hesolved "That
Fashion is more injurious to society
than Gambling." Affirmative. R.
E. Wright and .1 J. Keddick : nega
live. Geo, EL llishop and Frank L.
W. S. Head is
Cuba at any I iflM
expected in from
C. V. R.
DRAMATIC NEW YORK DIVORCE.
A dramatic scene was enacted in
the supreme court iu Xew York the
other day when Mrs. Jessie W. W.
Powers, wife of a former park com
missioner, was compelled on the wit
uess stand, amid a flood of tears, to
.Imit the fact that one of her sons
stole the affection of the wife of his
own brother. The . ircumstances that
made the mother a necessary witness
was the case wherein her son, Harry,
brought suit for divorce agaiust his
wife, naming his younger brother as
co-respondent. With the greatest
I'o-sible reluctance and amidst sobs
the mother told the tragedy of the
wrecked home; how one brother had
caught the other brother in the act of
wrong doing, and that a hand to hand
struggle that meant life and death
had taken place, when she had entered
aud separated the two boys. The
aged father was also called upon to
testify, but blankly refused, saying
that he was too ashamed of (hiding
the couple together to speak of it
publicly or privately.
FIGHT WITH ROBBERS
J. A. Conlee Robbed in His Room
This Morning After Encoun
ter With a Burglar.
Conlee Was Relieved of Eighty Dol
lars and Is Cut in Sev
J. A. Conlee, who occupies a
room ou Gurley street in West Pres
cott near the bridge, was awakened
from his slumbers about 4 o'clock
(his morning by a man who had en
tered the building and was going
through Coulee's clothes in search of
whatever loose change they contained.
He arose and grappled with the thief
and the latter put up a fight with a
knife, cutting Conlee in several
Conlee knocked the man down with
a stick of wood and the rob
ber ran away, v ;en Conlee got his
pistol out and ired a shot at the
fleeing man but failed to hit him.
The thief got away with about 80
of Conlee's money and lief ore the
latter awakened he had things in the
room scattered in all directions.
Mr. Conlee says the man was dressed
in a light suit cf clothes, aud weighed
about 175 pounds. A man had been
prowling around the place for several
eveuiugs. The money was in a tray
of Mr. Coulee'.- bank in the room in
which he aud Mrs. Coulee were sleep
ing. Mr. Coulee had iuteuded leav
ing today for Los Angeles on mining
President Roosevelt bids fair to lie
known as "the great peacemaker."
Kirst the coal strike and then the
Members of congress are doing a
great deal of talking about the ueces
sity for increasing their own salary,
now 95,000 per year,but it is doubtful
if they will do more thau talk about
"1 move that it is the sense of the
Senate that every democratic senator
is a gentleman," said Senator Spoouer
jokingly, the other day. "I object."
shouted Senator Tillman, following
his usual custom. "The objeciou is
well takeu. " remarked Senator Fi ve.
With republican majorities iu both
houses of Congress there is reason to
lielive that the numerous and irra
tional anti-trust bills will lie cou
deused ai.d revised until one rational
and business like law shall have been
The issue of &I0. 000,000 two per cent
bonds for the purpose of building the
Panama canal promises to afford con
siderable relief to the Iwnkers who are
experiencing serious inconvenience
liecause of the scarcity of United
Persons familiar with the facts, as
sert that the Castro administration,
after bleeding the Venezuelan in
dustries to the point of liankruptcy.
turned its attention to the foreign in
vestors and proceeded to levy black
mail, thus precipitat iug the hostilities
from which Yenuzuela is uow suffer
ing. Big Bill Dewey, a New York police
man, pays taxes on a million dollars
worth of property. In 21 years of
police service his salary only amount
ed to something less thau $00,000, aud
it must have cost him quite that
much to live. Where did he get the
Has any one heard of late from
Charley Meadows, of Tiburon fame?
j It will be remembered that Charley,
a short time since announced his iu
j teutious of invading that island with
an armed force and clean out the
cannibal Indians, who inhabit it. Has
the eutertprise fallen through?
Nate Salisbury, who put up the
money to put Buafflo Bill's Wild
West show on its feet and who after
wards drew hundreds of thousands of
dollars in dividends from the show
died recently iu New York. Salisbury
was a born show man.
It is understood that negotiations
are ou again, for the sale of Popocate
petl, near the City of Mexico. Now
is a goid time to sell. If the old
mountain should get a few more ad
vices from Nicaragua it might be
come disheartened and attempt to
blow off its head, including the large
deposit of sulphur, in which case it
would not leave much iu the way of
mini s. Kv
The city election passed ofi ipiietl)
today, although it was by uo means
lacking in interest. Polls were held
in the building adjoining the Odd
Fellows hall on the north and were
opened ai lo o'clock. and will close at S
o'eloah Or just after the Journal
Miner goes to press.
The officers of election are as fol
lows: Inspector, R. H. Burmister:
Jfndnee, Hugo Richards. Henry Itrink
meyer and W. J. Mulvernon: clerks.
J. N. Rodenburg. June S. Freeman,
W. E. Gtbhma and C. T. Hutchings
There was considerable activity mani
fested by the various candidates and
t heir friends and the usual convey
ancse for carrying voters to the polls
were provided. There is every indi
cation of a good vote being polled,
the vote at i'JO o'clock aggregating
Lees Thau Thousand Votes Polled
With Registration of Thirteen
Hundred Fifty Nine.
With a total registration of 1,359
only 014 votes were cast at yesterday's
The election passed off quietly,
nothing worthy of note happening
aud the result is as follows:
For mayor Dennis A. Burke, 461;
R. II. Hurmister, 418. Majority for
For Commissioner Two to be elect
ed aud only two candidates. J. If.
Wilson, 775; A. J. Head, 790.
Chief of Police S. S. Prince, G04;
Geo. Henry. 275. Majority for Prince,
City Assessor E. C. Averyt, 418;
Frank Williams, 412; W. G. Ganton.
St. Plurality for Averyt, 0.
Recorder C. H. McLane, 502 : Don
ald Campbell, .'156. Majority for
For Treasurer Henry Martin, no
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggist refund the money
if it fails to cure. H. W.
signature is on each box. 25c.
What Northern enterprise has not
already accomplished for the South
Dr. Charles Warden Stiles hopes to
accomplish by science. He claims to
have discovered the germ of laziness
which produces the "cracker" and
will disseminate information in re
gard to its diagnosis and treatment.
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY.
Names of pupils who for perfect at
tendance, excellent scholarship, and
satisfactory deprtment during the
month of December, have merited a
place ou the roll of honor:
Senior department "Katherine Bar
uett. Grace Shaw, Mabel Beuhner,
Katie Fitzgerald, Nina Greenwood.
Ruby Loy, Elaine Wetmore, Iva El
lis, Ethel Love, Mabel Hocker.
Intermediate department Eva
Boucher, Mary Duke.
Junior department Mary Hickey.
Noriue Derr, Katie Hickey, Concep
tion Ortega Natividad Ortego, Ma
bel Foley. Mary Burke, Mark O'Neil.
Primary department Louis Pain,
Beverly Burke, Malcolm Barrett,
Miranda Sias, Lucy Monrial. Blanche
McDonald. "Francis Elliott, 'Elsie
Duke, Marie Houlahan. Marie Derr,
Mary Monrial. Louie Hill, Diego
Monrial. Marie Brown. Juanita Ru
pert. Elsie Love.
A Cold Wave.
The forecast of sudden change in
the weather serves notice that a hoarse
voice aud a heavy cough may invade
ihe sanctity of health in your own
home. Cautious people have a bottle
of One Minute Giugh Cure always at
hand. E. H. Wise. Madison, Ga.,
writes: "I am indebted to One Min
ute Cough Cure for my present good
health and prolwbly my life." It
carat Coughs, Colds, LaGrippe,
Bronchitis. Pneumonia aud all Throat
and Lung troubles. One Minute
Cough Cure cuts the phlegm, draws
out the inflammation, heals and
soothes the mucous membranes and
strengthens the lungs.
POHLE d. PARMELEE
ASSAYERS AND CHEMISTS
Special i it lti. t to -oi trcl and mnpte work
t ires test I to deter n re the b-st netlod cf
treatment. We have a new and thoroughly
uuinped Laboratory. Over 30 yean prac
tical eiperience in Colorado.
Prictsand sample sacls freeonapplicftito.
1627 chmp St., Denver. Colv. ns-w
Application for Patent
U.S. Land Office. Prescott. Ariz., I
Dec 4. IKE. f
Notice is hereby given tnat the Poland
Milling Comiiaiiy. a corporation, organized
and existing under and by virtue of the laws
of the territory of Arizona, by A. W. Ed
wards, its attorney iu fact, whose postoffice
address is Prescott, Arizona, has made ap
plication for Fnited States Mineral Patent
for the "Yukon" and "Dead Log" Lodes,
being Mineral Survey Xo. 1B1G: said mining
claim being '!''" 1 linear feet in length and
approximately 1500 feet in width, bearing
gold, silver, copper, lead aud other min
erals, situate in Big Hug Mining District,
County of Yavapai. Territory of Arizona,
and descrioed by the official plat and field
notes on an in the Fnited States Land Of
fice at lreSfott. Arizona, to-wit :
Survey No. Ifilti.
"Beginning at eor No 1, the SXV cor of the
location, whk-h is hIso cor No '.i Poland
lode. Sur No 1".V. : a granite stone 8x12 ins.
10 ins above ground, marked Y No 1)616,
same stone marked P No alongside a
mon of stones :ix:t ft.
A X on a granite rock in place marked B
R Y No. 1-1616. brs X ft deg 8 min E 70 ft.
V S M M No 2 B B D brs S 48 deg 34 min
W L'6Kt.:i feet.
Thenee X 1 deg 40 min W Var 14 deg E
10!KI ft to cor No t Poland lode, Sur No
IUf5. and cor No 6. Hamilton lode. Survey
No 1054. iaOO feet to cor No 2. identical
with N W mr of the location. Thence S 66
deg 4.1 min I Yar 14 deg E 151.7 to inter
sect line 5-6 Hamilton lode, survey No 1054
at N -i) den K .iiiii.7 ft to cor No 6. :l ft to
NEC identical with NEC of location 660
ft to cor No ;t. original cor of loc brs N .T9
deg E 411 ft. Thence S (I deg 26 min Var
14 deg E 1474.6 ft o cor No 4. identical
with S E cor of location. Thence N 65 deg
45 min W Var 14 (leg K .m ft to SU K. lden
tical with S 0 E of location : 600 ft to cor
No 1. the place of beginuiug survey ot ex
DEAD L(X5 LODE.
Beginning at cor No L ideuticnl with S W
cor of location. A porphyry stone 6x8x24
ins sit 1 ft in the ground alongside a mon
of stones 3x:t ft. stone marked D L No 1
1616. A X cross on a iKirphyry rock in place
marked BUUL .o 1-1616. bri S 24 deg 1ft
min E 43 ft I S M M Xo 2 B B D brs S 51
deg 57 min W 178.1.2 ft. Thence N 33 deg
10 min E Var 14 di g fc 874.7 ft to cor Xo 1
at intersection of line 3 4 Poland lode. Sur
No 1055: thence B 65 deg 45 min E Var 14
deg E 276.5 ft to N C E 576.5 ft to cor No 3,
identical with N E cor of location. Thence
S 31 deg 32 min W Var 14 deg E 1007.9 ft to
cor No 4. identical with S fc, or of location
Thence X lift deg 45 min W Yar 14 deg E 300
ft to cor No 5. identical with S ( r. of loca
Hon. Thence N 40di-gl."i min W Var 14
deg E 315 ft to cor No 1 . the place of be
ginning survey of exterior boundari"
Yukon, gr'iss area 19.513 Acres
Less area in conflict with Ham
ilton lode Survey Xo 1U54 .642 Acres
Xet area Yukon lode
Total net area D ad Log lode
13 089 Acres
Total net urea lode claim 31.960 Acres
This claim is located on unurvcveil land
and approximately in Tp 12 X ft I E.ti A sR
bus' and meridian and is hounded on the
west by tlie Poland. Sur No 1055. and the
Hamilton. Sur 1054: on the north by gov
eminent laud ; ou the east by North Star
and South Star. uusurveyd claims, aud on
the south by the Rookery, uusurveyed.
Yukon Vein The Yukon vein extends N
0 deg 38 min W 14K7.2 ft from the S 0 E of
Dad Log Vein The Dead Log Vein ex
tends X 31 deg 32 mill E till ft and S 31 deg
32 min W .VC'ifi from the discovery tunnel.
The notice of location of the Yukon min
ing claim aforesaid is recorded in the office
of the county recorder of Yavapai county.
Arizona, in book 4S of Mines, at riages 3i2
and 393. and the notice of location el the
Dead Log mining claim aforesaid is re
corded in tin office of the county recorder
of Yavapai county. Arizona, in Book 46 of
Mines at pige si
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the mining ground, or any portion
thereof, so descrim d. surveyed and platted
and applied for are hi reby notified that en
less their adverse claims are duly tiled with
the register of the laud office during the
next sixty days of publication hereof, they
will lie barred by virtue of the statutes in
such eases providid
Feu S. Hildreth.
First publication Dec. 10. w
TJ. 8. Land Office, Prescott, Ariz, i
Dec. 30, 1902. f
Notice is hereby given that the American
Copper Company, by Joha J. bawkins, its
attorney in fact, whose post iffl 'e address is
I'riKcott. A-'zoBa. baa mde application fo.
a patent fir :X),( JO linear :ret of the Iron
King, Wejrern Cuppe Eonanza. Sure
Thi'ig. Eastern Copper, Copper CVe" Liaie
Roct, Copper Plaiter, Copper Pi noe No. t.
Copper Pr'i.ce No. 2, Copper Priccc. Copper
Mount. Copper Var. N- Rood.Coppt'
Readi Codis r Peach, doner P:ocear.
Read, uoppe' Dyke ana Usenet
beaii'ig god, silver aod coppe-
with surface g: oatJC bOO feet 1 1 width, site
ate in Rig Bj' iipiiL t district. Yavapi i
roonty, Arizona r.rd desigDSvcd by the fie'd
note? and official r'rt on 9ie in this office as
triiicnd rey No. ' eeciioas J5. 16, 21,
J2 .3d 2S Tp. 13 1 , R I G. A S. B. B. &
sa'.d enrvey b-irg desc-ined e 'c'ojs with
magnetic va'ation al '4 deg e :
WESTERN COPPER LODE.
Begi-rieg at cor Nc. '.. which is also cor
No. 2 Coppe- Crie' lode of th' aarrey, a
po-ph' 'y '.&?e TCiCt24 ioi ee. 1 ft in
f oji d a'crs'ffe a p; port .-'i ft 'ong
l rrouod o' ior ea suie nrf ed W C No.
J. '.714 riiC0 (xc - P. wbence CSM
IS No 1 B B D brs e 62 deg jt ir'n w 918.3
:i; taeoce a 24 Peg e '500 ft to cor no 2:
.hence a tS t - e 6X Tt to cor No I : thence g
24 deg w 5C0 it to cc Ho 4. aWtti Ualo
cor No 1 Bonanza lode, cor So 2 ron Kirg
lede, a jd c tt No 3 Copper CI e' lode of
hit au vey : ibcce n f" deg w 600 feet to
tor No ', plpce of bejD-eng survey of ex
Beg:n?'D9T a'-cir .o 1. which is also cor
No 2 ."tin Hi- g, l'O- No I Cooper Coief r id
cor No 4 7es,erj C .,ve? ode of tela sur
vey; e po-ptij' M) e SiC J4 :sa se. 1 'I iu
g our p'onjsidea ttor o" fuo-L'epid p'ce
poaita.o e .ra-ted V.' C No 4-17'4 and B
N-) '4 and CC No;.'-'7- and I K Nc 2
17" : v, ,e-7ce t 8 M r No lBBDb-ss 70
deg 6 ida tt T"-3I7. t: thence n 21 dege
Vol 't to i:or y'o.: ecce a 66 deg e 600 'i
to co t No .: tbe.-ce a 4 deg w 1jC0 "t 3e
co No 1 , vdivh ia a 'so cor ,o I Sore
T o No 3 .Art Kofc.cor po3 lion
K:ng loceeoi th:asc- t , porphy y stone
'oaset I fta g'ourd a o. zside a
pi le pou :r i e i of stones : luut n arked B
No 4 7 4, S T So "-17I4.L RNo '-'7'4 Rod
1 S No2 . ij TTtm 00 W 66dez w6C0t to
cor No f. :'is p'pcj of beginning so veyof
ex.erior ho. pda.iea.
Begi- " -g at ccr No 1. vrhich isa'so cor
No 2 L'.oe feoci . cor Xo. 3 Poa K:ngaod
co1 Xo I iorrczn 'odej of this sj'ey, cor
deac-'bed above- "vhepce C S M A No i brs
s ( i deg I irt-- :S'6. i ; ilie ce i 24 deg e
io'jO ft to co' xo 2 : the ice 1 16 i - j e 6( ) 1 r.
to cor 30 1 : 1 .uce s 24 des v. i.TOO 't lo cor
No 4- wh'eii ' B'SO cor No 4tutP q Ccppe .
cor "xo 2 Co",: P'i tt-, MX "fo S L-ce
Rock lodes or ih'is sr-e- p po n i y nto?e
U. '0- 20 i .-s s ;t I ft in groj id a'or'i-'de a
pTae pos. ; i i. oi of stones: su. e- p '.edS
T No ' ; '4. EC No -'7 ' C P No '- 7-4.
L R No " - .14: 1'-eooe d 66 deg w 6C0 1. to
mi ?o ! ihe p ace of befciani"g sorxey o'
eiie- 'or bo--- as ies.
EASTERN COPE : '.ODE.
Eeg'-n-gat cor No . bich 'ss so tor
No 2 Coppe P'atver, tor No 3 L:iae Rc- .
'or No 4 iore Th' 'g lodes o' this so vey
ror de -Toed abo- e : -xlierce C S t) M No
li i s 8- de? 4 tr i v 4 ".l 't: reice n i4
dea --jCO t loco- No 2; bt 66d-e
6?0'tlocorNo3: be-ce s 24 deg xv laOOlt
to cor No 4 : .be jce n 66 deg xr COO "t to cor
No 1. tbe place of bc' o'-jj fcor.eyofe
tenor boo ida- es.
COPPER CHIEF LCDS.
uj. one Ho. eui ja'so co-
No2Cpucr i noe No I ic'eoi ih'sso .ey.
a po-pi- y b-o -e t. .'r-4 : is set I ;a
g c led. aicr'Ve a e poet 'a Tjn cf
stores : sore vs ixi C C ho '7 '4 a ad CP
No . ? . 4: whe ce V S . 11 No o
SD deg li m n xv TO .6 I; .be. ce 5 24 deg e
1500 I o co ro-:the ,e si-fieiege i C3 ft
to cor No 3r thpnee s "l tv . it 1 "t to cor
No 4. 'i ch !s so o- No . -o K ig cor
No 2 Copfc- " ', i.t. eo- Se 3 Coppe'
Pii-ce No 'odex . . ' so 7ey t- s'a.e
s.o.'e . Hft I'wtrt1. ft "a abound, g oo;
s'de a pi e-n-. ft no ! o sto ies : stone
n-a-: KtSof- t i C3f--7:i.O
No 2 '. C " -t I .4: ,-tcce n 66 drg
wfsO iiii-.o i. the p.. e of beg;nj'pg
uni.';;j oi eiif o .j . r.ci.
1K0M K G LOOS
Beg' 'c'rg at ccr No Lnhtehh a'ct
No 2 Coo.ie- "r'" e, cor Nr. 3 Copiier Pr'tic ?
No '. ad co- Xo 4 Copper Ch a' 'odes o-'
ifc' sOTey. eo C'cM'iio.-d abcra, xvhepce
C S 1 it No 1 brs p I '.dei S 2576 . t : then e
n24djjre 5. JW toco No": thaoce s 36
2' ''' f. io or No 3: iht.ee s24 det. r
I5K) l to cor No w .'ch i t 3 co No 1
Li-re RV cL. eor Nn 2 Cooper B op -i. co - No
E Copoer Prirce ''Ves o' titll eo' vey. a s'l-ie
Htei? 4x2:'4 'is set ' i gio -d plop'de
4 p re p.' ! in v c i o .o s soire cp',-"d
It. No 4-': . ii R No - ,15. C St No"
17", a 'd 0 P Xj ' -!' 1: Ikevee n ; d'"2 so
6C0 feel to ce-No ..be p't.c;tf begia-v'-ij
sarveyof eitj'icr ooa.da'i-?.
LIVE ROCK LODE.
Eeginni-fPi cor No 1. wb'eh is a.'ao cor
No 2 Con i'ojni. co No 3 Copper
Pr. ice, co No 4 ifS S Kleg .odeof tVasor
vey. cor dcc bred aoore: (The ce C S X M
No' t-s-? tfldej :,3 -rin w Z o1 .'.; thecce
n 24 deg e 15'X1 ' io cor No 2: Iimv ce stt6 deg
e 600 ft to -er No 3 : ill 5 ee s 21 d v IfiCO
ft to cor No 4 9 )'c ' also co No ' Copper
Piali.". co' No i 0 po r Va r. cor so 3 Cop-
i er Mou :t lodrti u sa vey. a po-nhii y
stoae 6 .6' 4 i"i set I ft k groopd a'opgs de
a pireposi a-on ot s.oces. s,o-je nM'See
L R No 4-1.14 C P No i - 7'4 r V Bn?-
1714. C M Xo:."-i714: tberce 9 ideg 60J -
10 cor No I, y'ace of be?' t' jn scrvey cf
CO"Pf"R PL ATT a LOOS,
Bean ng at cor No f. nnn :s a'jo Co.-
Vo Si Copper Van, cor No 1 Copper Mou-it.
and tor No 4 L. ee K. cs iodesof th'ssc vey,
cor described aoove: wbe.iie C S EJ H Sol
brs n 78 cieg 18 m'n w 37 2.6 ft ; thence n 24
deg e 5ZJ ft to cor No 2; the ice s 66 deg e
6CJ ft to tor Io3: thence s 24 deg w '500 ft
to cor No 4 ; theace n 66 deg w 600 ft to cor
No 1 piace cf bejip?icg survty cf exler or
CO.fER PR'NCE Nol LO0H.
Begin di g at cor No 1, wh c i is aao cor
Xo 1 of the Copper IVoce No 2 lode of tis
survey : a porpnyi y atone 41' i!4 :cs set 1
foot in ground alongside a pine post in sen
of stonesaxtone marked C P xo 1, 1 1714 &nd
C P so 2 11714 ; hence T S M M Xo 1 ba
n 45 deg lOulin xv '979 f i : theoce n 24 deg e
15C0 ft to coi No 2 : tbeoc" s 66 deg eOO ft to
cor No 3;tiie ice s 24 d eg w 15C0ftto cor No4.
v-hieh is a'soco No 1 Copper Prince, cor
No 1 New Roe.d a id cor No 4 Cppe r Prii.ce
Xo 2 lodes c f this so'ey a slate stone 4.i20z
30 ins set 1 ft in the grou id alongside a pine
post in mon o stones: stone ma ked C P Xo
L 4-1714, C P No 1 1 14, N R No 1-1 ; 14, C P
No 2-'714: theice n 66 deg w 6-jO ft to cor
No 1. tbe piace of beg!nr;ng -u - . of ex
CO"PiJR PRINCE LODS.
Eeg.na:ng at ccr No 1, which is also cor
No 1 New Road, cor No 4 Copper Pr ree No
2. and cor No 4 Copper " ince No 1 'odes
of til's sa.-vey ; cor descbed phove. wbence
C S M M No 1 brs n 49 d- g 58 min w 2548.5
ft ; thence n 24 deg e 131J ft to cor No 2:
thence s t6 deg e 6t J ft to cor No 3. tne.-ce
s 24 deg w '5C0 ft to cor No 4 : welch is also
cor No 1 Capper Mount. cop Xo 1 Copoer
Reade. aud cor so 4 New Road 'odes of th's
survey : a slate stone 4'8t?4 'cs St. 1 ft in
ground a'orgfide a p'pe p,rt It rcn of
stores, stone -ita -ked U f r, ' . 4 C M so
l-K'4 and 0 R so 1 1714 a: ! N R w(-'7'4i
thence n 66 deg xv 60"J ft to tor xo ' p'ace K
begum! 3g Errvey of V ter'or b icr claries
COPPER MOUNT LOD2.
Beginning at cor so 1. v hich is also to
so 1 Copper Keade, cor 5 n 4 ew MM am
cor so 4 OMMC P.irce ':a c tbis sum y
cor d,i?- b d tiiove. herco I MV so
brs a 34a w 3 .3 't '.be-'? n 24 ceg
1500 ft to cor s" 2; .hec.ee 8 66 deg e C00 f
to cor so 3: It., 'ce s 24 deg w 5 U)f'to coi
so 4: whicn is.i socoi o 1 Cot icr Van, coi
so 1 Copper EVnOh, ard ccr xo 4 Coppe
Reade lode? of ihw so' vey. a '"te sun
6x18x30 ins set 1 it la the groend a'ougsid
a nine tx -t r. on of stones: -oi-.e marke
CMsa4-1'l CVso '-'PI. CP so 1714
and C R no 4 '71 ! : UM ce i 'Hi deg n 6IO f
to cor so L p'ace- of beg'r.niug survey of ei
terior bound:. ries.
COP '3R VAN Lt)DE.
Beni rning at fir xo '.which ; r.'so cor
so 1 Conner P- ach. c .- so 4 Cone..-- Reade,
and cor so 4 Copnt.- Vount lodesc ' Hi sar-
vey, cor descniHHt arove. u ai'.u e I .xt
so X brs n 55 deg I rr:n w 3716 6 (t ; thence
n 24 deg e 1500 ft o or o 2: the lev siKideg
e 610 ft to cor S: 1 'ei.ee s 24 d?a w iX I
t to cor no 4 : h-nce 'i 6b deg w d 0 it to
cor so 1 the place of begi"nirg survey of ei
terior hour Ha ries.
COPPER PRINC2 No 2 LODE.
Beimmirur at cor so 1 wbich is also cor so
1 Conner Prince so 1, lode of this survey.
cor div rined above; whence I'SM M so 1
hr n 45 deg 10 min w 1S79 ft: therce s 24
.leg l.VKi fl to cor so 2: ubich is also cor
so 1 Copper 1 "tin-ess lode of th:s sorvey, a
imrphy y stone 6. .'4 ins set 1 i t n groi-nd
a'oagside a p:.e post in mon o" stoce-stone
marked C J" no 2. 2-1. 'X at d c r no !- 1 14;
thence s 66 deg e liOO ft to cor No 3: hich is
also co.-No 2 New Road eor no 1 Coiiier
Road, and cor no 4 Copper Princess loues of
ihis survey, a slate stone 5x.'4i 0 i s s 't I ft
in ground alongside a 'con cf store-" sur
rounding a p: -e post, stone mar ;ed C so
I 3-1714. N R so 2-1714. C R no l-i" ' r -d C
P so 4-1714 : MM n 24 eg e 1500 it lo tor
so 4, thence n 66 deg 6CI feet to co' No 1.
the p ace of bigi'a iug survey of i MMJi
NEW ROD LODE.
Beginning at cor so 1, which is also cor
so 1 CopjK r 1 mice, cor so 4 tapper triiicc
so t and cor no 4 Copper In nee so lodes
ol this surv y. co' described above: whence
I'SM M no 1 brs n 49 deg 58 min w 2548.5
tt : thence s 24 deg w 1500 ft tti cor so 2:
thence s 66 deg e 600 ft to for so3. which
is also cor so 2 Copper Reade. cor no 1 Cup
ier Dyke, and cur so4 Copper Rond lodes
of this survey, a siat? stone 420x30 ins set 1
ft in ground alongside a pine post snrround-
ed by mon of stones, stone marked N R so
3-1714. Ohm 2-1714, 0 D so 1-1714; and 0
R so 4-1714; thence n 24 deg 1500 ft to cor
so 4 ; thence n 66 deg w 600 ft to eor No 1,
piace of beginning survey of eiterior bound
aries. COPPER READE LODE."
Beginning at cor Xo 1, which is also cur
No 4 New Road and cor No 4 Copper Prince
and cor so 1 Copper Mount survey 1714. cor
described above : whence C S M M so 1 brs
n 53 deg w 3129.3 ft ; thence s 24 deg w 1500
ft to cor so 2 : thence s 66 deg e 600 't to cor
so 3, which is also cor so 2 Copper Peach,
cor so 1 Coppes Produce, and cor so 4 Cop
per Dyke lodes of this survey, a slate stoue
I l 'i ins set 1 ft in g oird alongside a
pine po -I in mon of stones, stoue marked C
R 3-1714. C P so 3-17" C r so 1-1714 and
C D so4-i714; thent-eo :4dege 1500 ft to cor
no 4 : thence n 66 deg w 6C0 t lo cor no 1,
place of beginning survey of e - .erior bound
aries. COPPER PEACH LODE.
Beginning pt cor no J which is also cor
so 4 Copper Reade, cor so 4 Copper Moont.
and cor so 1 Cooper Van 'odes of this so
vey, u'on described above: wberce C 9 M M
so 1 b s n Hi deg 6 min w. :;7'6.6 ft, theace
s 24 deg w 1500 ft to cor so 2; thence 8 66
deg e HCt) t to cor so 3 : tberce a 24 deg e
1500 ft to cor so 4 ; 1 be"e n 66 deg w 600 ft
tocorNo 1, place of beg'tplci wey of
COPPER PRINCESS LODE.
Bcg'nnicg at car No 1 .. hioh is also cor
No 2 Conoer Pri -ce No 2 lode of this su--vey.
core'esc'ibed aaove. voeace CS U M
Nol bran 16 deg w 2376. ft. thence s 24
deg w '600 ft to cor No 2 tlicnc; s 66 deg e
600 ft :ocor mjo; the ce a U dzg e 'SCOft
to i -or so 4; 'iherce n 66 deg w 6CD .t to cor
so 1, place of begVp'ptr survey of e-terior
COPPER ROAD LODE.
Beginning at cor so 1. which is also cor
so 4 Copper P . cor so 3 Ceipper
' r' nee so 2 and cor so 2 New Roed lodes of
this survey, cor described above; whence C
S M M so 1 brs n 24 deg 1 min w 3294.7 ft :
thence s 24 deg w 1500 ft to cor so 2; thence
8 66 deg e 6C0 it to cor so 3 : the.-; n 24 deg
e Jati) t to cor Sro 4 ; tnerce n t a eg w mj
II to co' so . place o: ixgi o:rg e rey of
COPPER DYKE LODE.
Beg". ?r ;e g p . cor so '. lrci s rlso to
so 4 Co ape r Read, ccr No 3 New Ro?d. r od
tor so 2 Coppe- R-rde 'odeso' ib'a so-ey
cor descr tro poo'e : rbe-ce U S M M Mil
brs n 80 deg 9 rr' -i n if?,6 ft: i hi nee s 24
deg w 15C0 '! to cor No 2j the xei 48 deg e
600 ft t i cor No 3: tcence n 24 deg e 15C0 ft
to cor No 4; le ace n 66 deg w 600 feet to
cor No 1. p'p. i of begirniog scvey of e..
COPPER PRODUCE LODE.
Beg'noirg at cor No 1. wb-ch is also cor
No 4 l opner DyLe, cor No 3 Copper Rade.
and cor . o 2 Coppe- -ach lode of this sur
vey, cor desc 'bed above : wberce U S M M
No 1 brs n 34 dee 3 m 4262.9 ft ; the ice
s 24 d--g w "i f . . - No 2 ; thence s 66
d?g e 600 ft s or No 3: the ice n 24 deg e
1 5LJ'i to cor No 4; the .-'.en 66 deg w 60ft
to cor No 1, p'ree of beg . g survey ot" e ;
ter'or bop rda-iea.
Western Ooppcvein extends n Ltdrge 400
fts24 deg w 1100 ft fro.n discove y shpft. Bo
na" :sl vein extends s 24 deg w 237 ft, n 24
deg e 1263 ft frm diicove y sb8rt.
Mm Thicg vein extends s 24 deg w JCO ft,
n 24 deg e 4C0 ft from Ihe d'scove'y shaft.
Eastern Copoer vein e-tepds s 24 deg w 85
fl. n 24 deg e I2'5 ft from discoveiy sha't.
Copper Ch'ef vein e. lends n 34 dig e M
P. s 24 deg w 1075 ft from th? discovery
lrcn K g ve'n eite ads nly 320 ft to nee
a od sly 1 1 ?0 ( t vo s c e 1 1 on d 'score- y shaft .
U rce noes ve n eitepas a 24 deg w a,u t
and n 24 deg e 9C0ft from the d scovery
Cor per latter ve'n extends n 24 deg e 7C0
'tards24deg w 800 feet from di.oe'y
Copper Pt nje No t e:o ei-eo" a '14 leg
xv 80 -t. n 34 deg e M f-e: ':o d:fo f y
Copper Pri C3 ve"n ti.tnds i '4 d'je M
ft and 8 24 deg w 138C i-fr".n foe feHMBJ
Copper Mod"4 xem eilecffn n M dg ioO
Fi and s 24 deg w 9o0 'l "romc ':ot y si . I
Coppe Van vein este7ds c 3- o g e 50
and s 24 deg w 1450ft 7-cti d 'coyeiy 'rv "
Copper ''-'"ce se 2 c. '.etd r '4 dr
e 320 t and a 24 deg w BE3 H ?ai Jwdi
New Road xe o elteads i 34 dege iOOft
and s 24 deg w 1000 ree f torn d'seow iC
Copper Read a xlo cx.;c?s i 24 deg e 36C
't and s 24 deg w '110 ft f'-oai d fro ' j
Copper Peach vein ezteads n 21 eg.- 680
ft and s 24 deg w &'3 ft I -om di ir --j so (
Copper Process veiu extends ; 24 dtg
300 ft ar.d s 34 deg w liCofro u the U'vc-r'-; .
Copper aoad veo ez.etds n 24 deg e tfW
and s 24 d?g w '3"'0 feet "rom the discorery
Copper dyLe veia eileods n 21 deg e 140
'tanas 24 deg W ft fo .1 1;it-uvtry
CoDDer P oduce vein ' x.t-ud3 n 24 deg
175 'I end s 24 deg w 1325 tt from discox'ty
iron King lode 20.66 acres
Weatci 'i Copper lode 20.66
Bon :t zi lode S0
Sn -e tiling lode 20 66
Eastern (Vipper 1 ide 20.66
Coppe' Chief lode 20 66
Lime Eock lode 20.66
Copper Platter lode 20.66
Copper Prince so 1 lode 20 66
Coppe- Prince so I lode 30 66
Copper Prince lode 20 66
Copper Mount lode 20.66
Copper Van lodt- 20 66
Mnnoea .ode 2t.6h
Copper ueade lode 20.66
I opper reach lode ,
Ceippe" Ppneeas 1 de
Coppe ' Hoed lode
Copper Produce lede
Total area lode c'aim
N. by govern i.ent land : E. by Copper
Stat 'on. Cupper 1 nun. Copper Uar. topper
roach and co;per Sleeper lode claaais an
sutveyed: S. by government land: W. by
copper Matte, copper Kim and copper Bur
ley 'ode claims nusurveyed.
A'cended location notices are recorded in
the records o Yavapai county, in the office
of thecoarty recorder at Prescott, as fol
Name of clai n
Book of Mines. Pages.
Easier ' Copoer 60
Copras- Platter 60
Copper Produce 60
Western Copper 60
Copper Peaeh 60
Iron King 52
Copper Van 60
Copper Mooat 60
Cupper Reade 60
Copper Prince No. 2 56
Sure Thing 60
Li-ne R-n'k 54
Copper Road 59
Copper t'h'ef 52
Copper Prince 49
Cornier I'rince o. 1
Copper Princess 60
.New Koed 4M
Any and all persons claiming adversely
any portion of the said mining claim or
ny of them, or surface ground tbtreo- are
required to tile their adverse claims with
the register of the land office at Prescott, '.d
the couaty of Yavapai. Arizeira, duri iv the
60 days period of publication hereof, o. they
w.ll lie barred by virtue ot the piovisions ot
KEN S. HILDRETH. Register
First ...,hiwr,o it,- :i) ,r n
andarc1 remedy tor Gleet,
MMM a ana aunnnqs
IN 48 HOURS. Cares Kid
ney and Bladder Troubles.
APPLICATION FOR A PATENT.
United Statee Land Office, Prea-
c. it t. Arizona, January 6, 1903.
Netice is hereby giveu that J. W.
Sullivan, whose ptwtoffice addrxxnn
is Prescott. Arizona, has this lv
Bled his application for r' r
1412 linear feet of the 0 a.
White Crow and Combination min
or vein bearing gold and silver with
surface ground 600 feet Uk
width, on each clsim sitn
ated in Hassayampa Mining dis
trict, county of Yavapai and territory
of Arizona, and designated by tbe
Held notee and official plat on Hie in
thin office as survey No. ltZ'V iiaid.
survey No. 1695 being ae follows :
Beinningg at initial monument
thence s 16 deg .! min w .V27i ft to s c
e, identical with s c e of location,
where a porphyry stone 8x10x24 ins
set one foot in ground alongside
mon of stones 3x3 ft, ffces: marke
S. C. E. R No. 1695. Thence n 73
deg 30 min w :JUU feet to cor No. 1,
identical with s w cor of location.
Whence I'SLM No 1132 H D brs s
28 deg 45 min W 806 ft. Thence n 16
deg 30 min e 1412 ft to cor No 2 iden
tical with n w cor of location. Thence
s 73 deg :i) min e 300 ft to n c e iden
tical with location. Same course 300,
ft to cor No 3, identical with loca
tion. Thence s 16 deg 30 min w 1412
ft to cor No 4, identical with loca
tion. Thence n 73 deg 30 min w 300
ft to s c e. the place of beginning.
WHITE CROW LODE.
Beginning at cor .No t tee a w tor
of location. Whence l'8L M No 1132
U D brs n 40 deg 3 min w 11,045. ft.
Thence n 27 deg 30 min e 1501) ft to
cor No 2 identical with location.
Thenc s 62 deg :l0 min e 276 ft to n e e
identical with n c e of location
Same course 300 ft to cor No 3, which
is also cor No 2 of Combination lode
of this survey. Thence s 27 deg 30
min w 1500 ft to cor No 4. which is
also cor No 1 of Combination lode.
Thence n 62 deg 30 min w 300 ft to a
c e identical with location. Same
course 276 ft to cor No 1. the place
Beginning at cor No 1, which is
also cor No 4 of the White Crow lode
of this survey identical with tbe cor
of the location whence U S L M No
1132 H D brs N 47 deg 42 min w 1651. 4
ft. Thence n 27 deg 30 min e 1500
ft to cor No 2 which is also cor No 3,
of the White Crow lode. Thence s 62
deg 30 min e 300 ft to n c e identical
with location. Same course 300 ft to
cor No 3. identical with n e cor of
location. Thence s 27 deg 30 min w
1500 ft to cor No 4 identical with
location. Thence n 62 deg 30 min w
300 ft to s c e. identical with loca
tion. Same course 300 ft to cor No 1,
the place of beginning.
Robin Lode - - 19.149 acres
White Crow Lode, 19. SU
acres, less area in conflict
with Robin lode 2.221
acres 17.613 acres
Net area of White Crow
Combination lode 20. (
total net area of lode - BK
This claim is located on nusurveyed
land approximately in twp 12 n r 2
w, GSR M. in Hassayampa Mining
district. Yavapai county, Ariz., and
is bounded on all sides by govern
Robin Vein extends from initial
mon n 16 deg 30 min e 887 ft and a 16
deg 30 min w 525 ft White Crow vein
extends from discovery tnnnel No 1 n
27 deg 30 min e 374 ft and s 27 deg
30 min w 1126 ft.
Combination vein extends from il
discovery shaft n 27 deg 30 min e 500
ft and s 27 deg 30 min w 1,000 ft
The amended location of the White
Crow claim is recorded in book 58 of
mines, pages 506-507; amended loca
tion of the Robin claim is recorded
in book 58 of mines, pages 508-509;
notice of location of tbe Combination
claim is recorded in book 58 of mines,
pages 284 285.
Any and all persous claiming ad-
versely any portion of said
Robin. White Crow or Combination
mine or surface ground are required
to tile their adverse claims with the
Register of the United States Land
Office at Prescott. in the territory of
Arizona within sixty days from the
first publication hereof, or they will
be barred by the virtue of the pro
visions of the statute.
FEN. S. HLDKETH. Register.
r irst publication Jan. i. w
Application For Patent No. 584
C. S. Land Office. I'riscoi:. AriaorJ
October 22, IS
Notice is hereby given that (i,o. Pl
rington. whose post office addres- is Cr
King. Arizona, has thr? Jay bled his ai
Hon tor a patent fur loUi twear reel
Bic Bell mine or vein. be irfBaaiold a
ver xrith surface ground 600 feet in width,
situated in Tiger Mining district. cx'Unty ot
Yavapai, and territory of Arizona, and des
ignated by the held notes and official plat
on Hie in this office as Survey No. 1713. ap
proximately in Township 10 north, range 1
w of G S R Meridian, said survey No.
1713 being as follows:
BIG BELL LODE.
Beginning at initial monument at discov
ery shaft, thence N 24 deg 30 min E KB feet
to N C End identical with location. Thence
N 65 deg 30 min W 300 feet to cor No I
identical with location, where a qnartx stone'
5x10x24 ins is set oue ft ::: ground, alongside
a mound of stones 3x3 ft. stoue marked B-B
No 1-1713: a X on an oak tree 12 ins in
diameter, marked B T B B No 1-1713. brs N
29 deg 30 min E 25.2 ft : a X ou a pine tree
10 ins in diam. mamed BTBH No 1-17.3.
bra N 33 deg 45 nun H 25.5 ft. I 8
1 T D bears N 6 deg 3 min W 3301.
No 2 Ash Spring lode sur No 106rji
dea 48 min W 720 ft. Thence S M dec..- min
H lsim tt to cor No 2. I hence aeg .)
mill E :0 ft to S C end identical wth loca-,
tion : same course 300 ft to cor N 3. identi-i
cal with location. Thence N 24 deg i.m 1
E 1500 ft to cor No 4. 'cor location destroy
ed 1 . Thence N 65 deg 30 mir ' " 300 feet to
N C E, tbe place of beginning 'survey of ex
Variation at all corners 14 deg E.
Area 20.66 acres.
Claim is located --nf rmmr-CTV. """HL--
provituately in Tuj, In N K 1 W G
M in ligermiriing district. Vavapui co airy,
Arizona, afid is Nmnded - i.rth by Big
Bell Ni .th EjUcumoh. ou the -ortth by Big
Bell South Extension and on the enin r3
west by government laud.
The Big Bell vein extends N 24 deg 30
mm E h.o tt and s 24 deg .v mn. V -;: feet
from the discovery shaft.
Notioeof location of this claim is recorded
in book 35 of mines pages 297-2W records of
Yavapai county. Arizona.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
any portion of said Big Bell mine or surface
ground are required to tile their advene
claims with the register of the United State
Land Office at Prescott. in ihi territory of
Arizona, during the ,ix: days period of
publication hereof, or thev wi'l he hariul
oy virtue or the provisions of th. statute.
Fen S. Hildreth. K- gister.
rirst publication. lct. 22. w