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THE LOCAL NEWS..
CITY AND COL NT V
From "lonaav's Drily.
H. (J. Brown of Crowned King is
in town today.
Mrs. A. QL Ciiltnore went to Phenix
on Saturday night's traiu.
Barry M. (loldwater returned to
Thenix on Saturday night.
Win. Thomas of the county ho.- i
tal is reported quite sick.
Mayor U. A. Burke is still coutlued
to his room with sickness.
Born, in Prescott, February 7. to
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Sias. a son.
S. W. Jackson, who left Plcanotl
with the rough riders has ret tin. 1 I
Mrs. Xolan and Mr. Koseulilat won
the cake walk prize at Sato I
Smith's meat market was 1
ized on Saturday night and 13 stolen
from the till.
Leu Hale has been confined to hi.
room several day.- with another ;tack
Mis Amy Nelson returned to Phi
nix last night after a visit ot set
days in Prescott.
Martin O'Neill died last Saturday
morning and was buried in the alle;
noon of the same day.
Dr. Day, official weather ttMTM
for Prescott, reports the temperature
this morning at zero.
The f. literal of the late Prank
Kuhne took place yesterday aftet uooa,
and was largely attended.
fhas. Raible has lieeu uualile to !
at his post at Shumate A" llaildi 's lor
a couple of days on account of a -vere
William and Nye (Mau.-M-n. oM
time friends of S. A. Logan, an-i i
here recently from Leavenworth. Kan
sas. for a visit.
A clerk in the constructing officer's
department at Whipple, named (.tint on
died yesterday at 1 he Whipple hospi
tal. He was about 70 years of age.
A young newspaper man t S'i
Diego named A. M. Cabler has been
added to the editorial staff of llii
Courier, arriving here last Saturday
Rev. Frank Blauobard. of ObarUn,
Ohio, who has been in a hospital in
Prescott since last Wednesday will
leave tomorrow for Albinpit npio.
The Ladies Aid society of the Otm
gregational church will meet wuh
Mrs, E. E. Ellinwood 207 N. aft Ver
non avenue Wednesday afternoon at
2:30 o'clock February 11.
E. D. Treadwell went to Ash Fork
thisjmorning to meet Mrs. Trend well
who will return home this evening
after a few weeks' visit with mummt
and friends in San Francisco.
There was quite a heavy fall of BMW
on Saturday night and Sunday a.'aiu.
The weather cleared up Sunday night
and the temperature this lui.ruinir
was 10 degrees above zero, by tin Jo . i
Jack tireeu, siieriuteudent of Hi.
Azurite Mining company, operating
some properties near Williams, n
turned to Williams this mormon aftei
a couple of days' visit in Prescott OB
pleasure combined with business.
L H. Witter, a millwright by trade.
70 years old. died on Saturday of con
sumption. He had lieeu a reside Dt
of Prescott for aU.ut seven years. lit
was buried this afternoon Iran tin
undeitakiug parlors of P. Mohn A t'-i.
A Vaqui chief is in town, one w! o
has taken a foremost part in the -' nig
gle against the Mexican MWUM
He arrived here on Saturday .n v.
remain a day or to when he wi!i
for southern and lower California.
D. M F. Weeks, president of the
Bashford-Burmister Co.. returned la.-t
evening from an extended trip east
on business matters for this immense
wholesale and retail establishment.
He also paid a visit to his old home
in Detriot, Mich.
The Phenix Republican says it i
now believed that t'a-imir Rodelas
committed the recent murder at Oc
tave and was al-o one of the (iodda: !
murderers. He committed a mm V
oils assault on a Mexican in Pie sot :
some time since also.
Brown Bros, have just re-ei,e I
car load of plumbing tixtures from
the firm of J. L. Mott iron work-, ai
New Vork City, to be used in the new
school building. The fixtures are all
the best and most servicable thai
could be secured.
No other medicine has been hic
cessful in curing Stomach and bowel
complaints as the Bitters. During
the past .Vi years it ha- established an
uuequaled record of cures of indiges
tion, dyspepsia, belching, constipa
tion, billiousuess and malaria. Try
Alfred Rinz and family ai.ived in
Prescott last night to take up their
residence here. Mr. Rinz is an at
torney and has been a resident ot St.
Johns for a great nmny year.-. aa
has been among its leading citizen-.
He has held a numlier of offiical posi
tions in Apache county.
Frank Spence had hi- preliminary
examination on Saturdav aftcinn.in on
the charge of shooting "Shorty" Sim
mons, the printer, and was heid nudei
$250 bonds to answer to the grand
jury. While Simmons had a closi
call, the wound is not considered a
dangerous one unless blood poteen
The United States civil -ervice com
mission announces that an insufficient
number of eligibles resulted from a
recent examination, and that on Pi b
ruary 24. 25. 2i. llUfd. another exam
ination will lie held at the DOOJoJ
places for tlie position of de.-i-. office
in the coast and (loeletic survey. Par
particulars see Charles, Born, at the
P. L . Clnre the mattress maker ol
West Pv-escort. scratched hi- Hugi
slightly some time ago. Bloo 1 BoioM
set in and it wa- found MBOOMTJ to
amputate the linger. This Nov. ever
did not -too the progress of the 1 i -ease
and he ha- leeu taken to 'he ho -pital
and his entire arm is alfeci i ,i
now. His condition is report e 1 sligln
ly im)roved today.
The United States civil serviee com
miseiou invi'es attention to section i
of its manual of examination reri
to January 1. 190"!. showing I he ads,
dites. ami places of the scieniitii :.nd
technical examinations which will Is
held this spring. Informal ion con
cerning the subjects and 000M of ' Ii
examination- for these position.- ma
be found in the manual.
Major Win. DeWitt has l.. n offered
the snperinteudency of nafter MMlkM
of the El Paso and Noii hea.-lern md
by (Jeueral Manager ' Iregg. Tin la'
ter was formerly tram ma-ter of ihc
S. F. P. and P. railroad, reaign Q
that position to accept the po-iM
general manager of the B. P. Bad K
E. road. He ha- his headquarter- a
Alamagorda. There are aWi mile- . f
completed road in the system and 160
more under construction.
At the last meeting of the .V - n
Saturday club, the champion-ti i- lx It
for long distance story tellinc
won by H. D. Aitken hand- down
Thi- ldt has lieen won miccs
by Messrs. Thomas and Hny. IT OO,
with all their remarkable t; ,'etit- li
this directiou acknowledge tiiat they
at last have met their ( r
Mr. Aitken seem- to hare nil t'c
wonderful invention, gift of -m -sion.
artistic touch. and drum; tic rite,
of the true impiovi-atore.
A. E. Suppiger. Present1 's I
known mining and scenic '. '
phor. has just completed am
over to the' New- Agency of th H P
P ind P. railroad, an li I t II tic i
bum for Prescott ant Phenil tli :
not only a work of art but should do
thee" two cities oonsidc! 'ble good.
The album contains about 40 pag
pictures and advertisements, equally
divided between the two cities, ten
pages ot views and ten ages of adver
tisemeuts. There are forty albums
and iweiiiy of ihese will be used on
each p i e-.iger train, where they will
Ik left in the seats for passengers to
Mrs. .las A. Hoe. mauager of the
dry go-ils deiartmeut of the B. B.
Co '- -tore, kjjn tor the eastern mar
keir. today on l.u-ine.-s for the com
mj Mr BopO is one of the les
- e i la lie- ir bar line iu the terri
rv alio oersonally attends to the
! Pt ion e goo Is for each season of
Um year. Uhm as-uriug the iatrous of
i he store tna' they are always getting
ihelale-; -tyles and lie.-t materials
:iiat the :narket alfords.
The ClartMi cniaiiy played its
otoeing engigemenl at tbeoera house
m Saturday night. They played a
er tticce - till week in Prescott anil
. eased iheir former popularity.
h . the conscientious character
i me comni' y. while it is possible
h .m eo i J will never return to
VorMSOtt again, their work on Satur
lay iight was as painstaking and ac
urate as it was the first night of their
ppwarauce. The company is an ex
. lent mm Md it- repertoire f plays
tut and it de.-erves goiKi patronage
BBBBMr liie.' play.
n in i ut-sdity's i'-ailv.
(i. (I. Hellder-oll
in town from
T. (!. Nat lb returned from Phenix
Lillian YYilsou. of Kingman, is a
gaanfl .r the Isnrke.
v' ..i. Thomas of the county hospital
.-gettini! over his illness.
A Mexica.. from Cougress has lieen
lotlged t;i jail chai-geu with selling
v.hi.-ke to Indians.
Mm Kd Btook and daughter Beth.
left thi- uutubaj for Lo- Angeles for
i lew weeks" vi-it.
Richaid Laaaaan returned Sunday
nigh, from a four mouths' visit east
hi mining business.
L. T I'errall. of the (irand Canyon
count i y. anieo in Prescott from the
north la-t evening.
Tle-re ha.- U-en a decided rise iu the
temperature today and the snow is
J. B. Cirand returned this morning
haul a trip to the Whip Saw mine, iu
'he Castie Creek country.
The court hoii-e plaza looks like a
listaut Inland loday and the only way
I i teach ihc couri house is to swim or
Cbas. Raible was a pretty sick man
'as! night. bu ia much lietter today
and will tie able to be down town iu a
John Bare, Prescott 's fashionable
t lilac, is iu Jerome for a couple of
days taking order.- for his elegant flt
; iug suits.
Twenty four degrees lielow zero is
the temperature reKrted iu the moun
iaius iK- weeu Ash Fork and Winslow
Hou. A. J. Doran left today foi
Kingman. Mr Doran is actively en
and in the mining business iu Mo
Judge Tallait vesterday rendered
algnMBfl ajaiaal H. I. Stuthman for
101.90. The judgment was in favoi
of Joe Roberti-.
J.H. Holuuson, clerk of the loard
Ot MHJMreiaare went to Kirkland last
ght. U-iug calle-1 there by the siek-e.-s
of his uioiher.
The Latlies Aid society of the M.
church will meet tomorrow. Wed-.ie-dav.
afternoon, at the residence of
Mrs V. S. (Wiblsworthy.
Articles of incorimratiou of Gold
FoJBMl conqmny were placed on rec-
rd today with U H. Buraiister. J. J.
lawk i us and Julian Millard as incor
porators. The funeral of 'he late Alfred (iui
M to k place at Whipple today.
':. tat ' I deata ra pn : ;; m,-.
tiiiiton is -urvived by a wile, sou and
M. A. Miller, an employe of the
I!. II. company has lieen confined to
his room for several days threatened
with an attack of pneumonia, but is
getting lietter now.
The recorder of Coconino county
turned ?2.272.!5 iu the treasury of
that county January 31. being the
amount of fees collected during the
month of Jauuary.
C. S. Mover, a machinist, arrived
i i Pre aoM last night fro-- C' iter.
Jso : KM lna. and xiccts lo make this
lis future. Home, provided he finds
emplo. nieut at his trade.
Mia, P. P. ard went to Ash Fork
hi i: '.ding to meet her mother. Mrs.
B, J. B t-keti. of Los Augele-. who
ill ai .ve today for s visit of seven !
mouths with her daughter.
Chi t of 1'oliee Prince rounded up
iiiue IioIhis Sunday night and Police
ludge McLaue meted out justice to
beit, e ei 1 .- in senteuces varying
rom ten days to ninety days in jail.
Secretary Stoddard has fouud a
papar la Pres-ott that i.- willing to
aiblish S40 articles of incorporation
lor H& The Journal -Miner is not
asktop b'l-me aalaaa it can be per
:ormed at a profit.
Mi-s Cora Thomas, who went to
i'heuix a few days ago for a few weeks'
visit, returned home two or three
lays ago quite sick and has lieen cou-Hin-d
to her room ever since, but is
reported to be improving.
R, C Facer, of Silver City. Idaho,
is in Pr-sc ill, a guest at the Hotel
Congress. Mr Facer ha- just re
timed from an iuspeciiou of some
.tiniiil' : opertie- in the Santa Maria
-ee. .:. ior so.ne Idaho rtarlies.
Mr.-. 1). M. i". Weeks rtturued on
Si 'I. lay night from a four months'
vise in Pasadena with her father and
mother. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mather.
Mr. and Mr.-. Weeks are domiciled
d baa re.-nieiice oi .Mr-. J.L. . Fisher.
J. F. lla-kell. of the Peun Gold
Miniaaj eouipanv. returned a few day
aaaea ;rom a visit of several months
to his home in Peiiu.-ylvania. and is
in town ttKlay from Walker where the
i'eiin ti'il I company is oerating
Mr. Morn-, head clerk for T. W.
litis, ha.- returned from New Mexico
where he wen' some week.- ago to re
uperate aiter an attack of pueu
. oi'ia Mr. Morris says he has eu
t n I v recover, d ami never felt bet'er
i'i his lite.
James R. Atider.-oti. a sou of Judge
.iit'er-on. a "t-li known attorney of
Salt Like ( itv. i: ItKiking over the
itaiaaj poaaibuitiaa of tMa -ection.
nd like all otliers who inveBtigate
i tiiis anbjaet to know the truth, i- very
much delighted with this sei-tiou.
Word ct ' . the city yestt I day of
;i Utt'le i. ear Douglas yesterlay be
ta ii a part of Arizona Ranger.- and
outlaws in which one of the latter was
.. I by liantei "-' 1I. One of the
. ger- aaa wom-ded. No other par
llan ot the aHair could lie learned.
l!ev. F. 't. ISlanciiard. a ("ongrega
i ti mi: i--e; ot Osama. Ohio, who
ha. Ikm-ii in Phenix anil Presi-ott for
veial week-, left for Albuquerque
to lav ill hope- Mail the climate wil!
I r UBBi llclal to his lualth hich
ha- heen quite poorly for several
rv.1 Wm V TMake. of the f' dver
itf of Arizona, at Tucson, came up
from the -outb thi- morning and left
en the 2:00 o'clock train for Mayer,
on mining btisines- Prof. Bl::ke it
one of the liest known mining eugi-
- in 'he country. Iteing at th
.1 of the tuning department of Ihc
An al. in of Bo wk given lust
right at Kt:45 a'otaas anion brought
1 tie; ari inent ami a large Krt ion
:. i,..,-, of Pr.-"it out in the
t llj aii ! Bigh A -nt ;l blaze in
aara y t Kaita itreat anathnno-
c -'i t o" the I: n,. The la'il illBJf
oceun eil bj i !e- lean fam'ly and
v. is ex'itu -ii he I aith but little dam
age Sain Pei.ibertoti a; i C W. Sim
a., rr am dad bad night on charge
1 ol killing a steer belougim; to J H.
Lee of Mint valley. Their prelimin
ary hearing was had this morning be
iore Justice Talbot, who put them
under 6100 bonds each to appear for
trial at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Millard have
moved into the double bouse recently
built by R. R: Coleman on Mt. Ver
non street, adjoining A. D. Adams
residence on the south. Dr. aud Mrs.
P. M. Metzgar will occupy the other
half of the residence.
If the fellow, who last night, was
discovered carrying off wood, iu a
sack from the Journal Miner editor's
wood pile, is really a victim of a fuel
famine, and needs wood, aud has no
money to buy it. and will call at thi.
office aud report the fact, the afore
said editor will purchase a load and
seud it to him. But if caught steal
bag it again it may prove unhealthy
Judge C. L. McLaue ha- lieeu kept
busy for a conple of days organizing
a society to lie known as the Reluctant
Street Improvement Society. He now
has about a dozen charter meniliers
who will make their first appearance
on the streets of our city as soon as
tho atom is over. There are several
other eligibles iu the city who will
lie asked to join the society if they
The report comes from Jefferson
City. M o.. that one of the legislators
of that state has introduced a bill re
requiring all train dispatchers to
learn how to operate a typewriter,
aud also requiring the railroads to
keep one iu every little way station
of Missouri. The legislator has an
idea that if all train orders were type
written it would lessen the number of
accidents occurring because of mis
Gus Williams has put a fast freight
and express stage on the road between
Groom Creek and Prescott, which ar
rives iu Prescott at 10::k a. m. aud
leaves Herman Voge's place of busi
ness at 2 p. m. daily. Gus says things
look right well for that section, a- a
nuinlier of raining companies which
have not been in active operations
for some time are making preparations
to resume work with large forces of
A Santa Fe brakeraau met with a
teculiar accident between Lis Vegas
and Baton the other day. While his
train was passing a station at a good
rate of speed, this brakeman was
climbing up the side of a box car.
Half way up he was caught by the
mail crane at the station and jerked
off the freight like a mail sack, fall
ing with great force to the grouu I.
but luckily rolling away from the
train instead of under it. Beyond a
bad shaking up he was uninjured.
The Phenix Republican announces
the return to that city of Charles L.
Mosher who was many years ago con
nected with the Phenix press as edi
tor and reporter on the various papers
of Phenix. He returns to remain iier
maueutly. He has been in very poor
health of late years till a few months
ago. since when he has been gradually
recovering. Mr. Mosher was amoug
the most versatile and brilliant men
engaged in the profession in this ter
ritory iu his day. Since leaving Phe
nix several years ago he has filled im
portant positions on a number of
metropolitan paers. His wife and
child have resided in Phenix during
all the years of his absence.
For over four years now the resi
dents of East Prescott who live north
of Gurley street have lieen comelle l
to tramp through mud between Ma
rina street aud Alarcou on account of
a lack of sidewalk. This too iu face
of the fact that the old board walks
taken up when the street was graded,
are tilted up on end and if simply
turned over, would enable pedestri
ans to avoid a whole lot of inconven
ience aud discomfort. If the city
does not propose to build, or to have
built a sidewalk there, a few coal ciu
ders along where the walk should be
w'ould add to the situation. This con
dition of affairs has la-en prolonged to
a point where foreliearauce cease- to
lie a virtue.
Patrick Brackeu, who has been an
employe of the S. F. P. and P. rail
road for the past six or seven years,
wa- examined last evening by Probate
Judge Hicks and committed to the
asylum at Phenix to which institution
he was taken by Deputy Sheriff Heis
ler last night. His case is a sad one
for the oor fellow is sober, industri
ooa and seems to be perfectly rational
on every subject except one. his delu
sion being that certain people in Pres
cott have been putting the witches on
him, and they have tried to hypnotize
him and put big bogs all over him
ami down his nick. He says these
.mg- crawl all ovi r him and have a
'cr'-ible smell that almost choke.
him. He will pray for hours at a time
for the bugs to leave aud will build
fires to smoke them off. He is per
fectly harmless aud molests uo one.
cxept with his hallucination.
NEW BUSINESS l'KATURE.
The always up to date firm of R. EL
Burmister & Sons company, have just
added a new feature to their busine.
methods which will undoubtedly be a
great convenience to their patrons
and add considerably to their volume
of business. The new feature is that
of having a solicitor call at the home
of each patron or prospective patron
each day anil personally take their or
ders for groceries, fruits, vegetables,
e. tuned goods, etc. This will give
them a much better idea of just what
I- wanted by their patrons than a
telephone or written order might, and
if the solicitor lias that happy quality
of persuasion, as both of their pre-enl
-olicitors have, it may have the ad
vantage of securing larger order.-.
Tha two gentlemen who will daily
call on thejieople are J. C. Remington
in West Prescott and G. D. Morris.
Mr. Kemiugton has lieeu with the firm
the greater part of the time the iast
two years and is well aud favorably
known to the people of Prescott. hav
ing that genial nature which makes
friends of all his acquaintances. Geo.
Morris is known and highly regarded
b y every man, woman aud child in
Prescott. having lived here for years
aud developed from boyhood to one of
Prescott's most popular young busi
uess men. He is so well liked that
he is sure to make a great success of
his new work aud prove a valuable
aitl to the ttroi.
SATISFACTt MX DEFINITION.
It i- related that while in New
York, a fortnight ago. Profes-or Eor
euz one evening at dinner was seated
next to a clergyman, who was describ
ing to the great Austrian how deplor
able were moral conditions on the
Fast Side. "Why, professor," said
the minister. "I heard an eleveu year
old girl over there one day step up to
a boy ot a I .out her ow n age. and say.
'I'll lick hell out of you'." Dr. Lor
euz looked puzzled, for he is not fa
miliar with American slang. "Lick."
lie said: "was ist dos 'lick'?" "Why.
'lick.' " saitl the clergyman, a little
puzzled in return. " 'lick' is to kick
out of. to stamp out from, to eradi
cate." Ob," said the protestor,
"aud 'hell.' I don't know 'hell.' "
"Well, 'hell' stain).- for all wicked
oe-s. everything that is wicked."
"Yes. I see." slowly responded Dr.
Lorenz. "the leetle girl said to the
leetle Ikiv -he would stanqi out. eradi
cate everything wicked from him.
Hut why should that lie so ld?"
THE DEATH PENALTY.
A little thing sometimes results iu
death. Thus a mere scratch. insign ill
cant cuts or puny boils have paid the
death penalty. It is wise to have
H'tcklt n's Arnica Salvt ever handy.
'.- the best Salve on earth and ill
prevent fatality, when BnTOB, Sores.
T'lcers and Piles threaten. Only 25c.
at all druggists.
THE STATEHOOD QUESTION.
Our contemporary had another
statehood spasm this morning in
which a whole lot of space is covered
with very little beiug said. It accuses
the Journal -Miner of assuming to rep
resent the sentiment of the territory
by expressing its opinion on the sub
ject. Such is not the case. It ex
presses an honet opinion as to the
sentiment of the territory, whereas
our contemporary made a positive as
sertion that ninety-five percent of the
people would do a certain thing, as
suming itself to speak for that propor
tion of citizens.
How truthfully it states the ques
tion can lie seeu from the following:
"As to a solid democratic front in
the senate showiug it is a political
question, that is even not so."
It is difficult to understand what
better illustration could lie given of
the political feature of the case than
this, with a solid democratic vote iu
its favor and a majority of the repub
lican senators against it.
One can haggle aUuit this all be
wants to. but behind it all is the
question of politics. So far as Ari
zona is concerned her citizens regard
less of politics are iu favor of adinis
siou as a single state that is a major
ity of them proLably. But if it were
left to a vote it is extremely doubtful
if ninety-five (ier cent of the total
vote would be cast for it.
If the majority of its people prefer
to reraaiu as a territory rather than
enjoy statehood with New Mexico
united to Arizona the Journal-Miner
is willing to abide by the decision.
Having existed here for thirty-eight
years in a territory it can endure it
for a few years louger.
The discussion of the question is a
profitless one at liest. as there does
not seem to lie any more show of ad
mission as one state than there is for
the admissiou of the two territories as
Norway is experiencing a fish fain
i-.ie. It appears that large shoals of
ferocious seals have apeared on the
northwest coast aud wrought havoc
among the fish so that not on' have
ue fishermen nothing to sell but thex
have not eveu food for their own ne
. -.-sities. The dealers have petitioned
parliament to end relief and also to
make representations to Russia so that
a a expedition from Norway may pene
trate into the North sea and externiin
ate the seals iu their breeding place
there. It is suggested that the Nor
wegian warships should be utilized in
the work of abolishing the seals. It is
leclared that if extraordinary meas
tres are not taken the Norwegian
fisheries will be destroyed for many
The Globe Times says that "if the
average legislator would apply the
same business principles to any meas
ure involving the expenditure of t r
ritorial funds, that he brings to liear
on his own affairs, would scrutinize
as closely every proposed draft on the
reasury as he would a similar attack
on his own bank balance, weighing
the benefits and counting the costs
would not the result be a lower tax
rate?" This is a good plan for every
man iu official position to act upon.
If it were acted on the result would
Ih lietter government.
When they want auytbiug done
down in Mexico they just go to work
and do it. Officials in the City of
Mexico have just ordered the Sunday
closing of all the saloons in that citv.
There was no petitiou to the city
couucil. uo prolonged discussion over
the matter in the council or outside
of it. but the official in charge simply
issued an edict that the thing be done
and saloons are now closed, ou Suu
dav. The new move is endorsed by
the newop.ipers ami paop geie i tliy
H. R. Pearson, a naval cadet at
Annapolis, who had his jaw broken
recently by the hazing process at that
institution has withdrawn from the
academy. Newly apiointed cadets
should go to Auuapolis armed with
the latest improved naval arms and
should use them effectively on ocea
-ions similar to the one which resulted
in this fellow getting a broken jaw.
A few dead naval cadets would do
more towards breaking up hazing than
anything that could be devised.
There is said to be a growiug dis
position in the legislative halls to re
sent the understanding held in certain
quarters that J. F. Wilson carries the
legislature iu his vest pocket. Re
The new governor of Pennsylvania
criticises Mr. Carneige lor .-K-uding
money outside the state. Mr. Car
uegie ha.- euough criticism from small
mind.- to make a man of small miud
Cochise county pays $15 per month
tor the care of its indigent, and nego
tiatious are now u inter way to have
them taken care of in Phenix where il
co-ts less than half that amount.
Wm. Hooper Young, who so wan
(only murdered a woman in Ntw York
last summer is now playing the crazy
thxlge to escape the penalty of his
Senator llanna is made the subject
of many cartoons aud the butt ot
many jokes but his bard busine
anae ha.- ofteu saved his party from
The acceptance of the statues ol
John Hanson and Charles Carroll of
Callollton by congre-s was made the
K'Casiou of an eloquent oration by
The lower house of tba Wyoming
legislature on Saturday indefinite!',
po-tponed a resolution memorializing
congress to pa-s the omnibus stale
Things are getting to a point a ben
the foreign amlias.-aiior to the I'nite
States will not lie regarded as linly
qualified unless he has an American
When Senator Spooner had outline
the real situation in regard to the In
dianola post office, there was little
left of the case of the southern demo
Secretary Hay's Alaskan treaty has
lieen favorably reported and will be
ratified as soon aS potv-ible. it will
I a triumph for the Secretary of Slate
The president's firm stand ou Cub n
; ii-iprociiy has hail its etfee' ii MM
gress anH ratification of theCnl-.n
t.ientr wnii only for opportunity.
They tell the story of a Missourian
who was elected to the legislature
from Ozark county, who had never
been away from home and had never
seen a railroad train. When he
started to Jefferson City to attend the
session they had to blind fold him
and Lack him on the train. Another
member from an adjoining county
who has served two or three terms in
the lower house, scorned not only
railroad passes, but railorads as well.
In tact, he would travel only on foot
aud each time he was elected he
walked the entire distance from bis
home to Jefferson City, where he re
mained nut il the close of the session,
when he walked back home. He got
well acquainted w ith the people along
the route aud would stop over night
with some of the friends thus made
on his biennial pilgrimages.
The Los Angeles Herald says: "A
young man, dark, about five feet ten
inches high and wearing a black suit
tif clothes, reached over the desk at
the business office of The Herald yes
terday morning aud abstracted from
the cash drawer the sum of $1.50. Be
fore anyone could stop bim he had
made his escape." Just think of a
new-paper office having $1.50 iu the
till and of having it within reach of a
thief. But then this was a metropoli
tan paper, and therefore may be ex
ooaabla for having that much on hand
at one time.
The Tucson Citizen has a political
fit, or misfit, over the proposition of
"the alleged compromise scheme in
volving the absorption of Arizona by
New Mexico." The Journal-Miner
mm not heard of any proposition look
ing to the absorption of Arizona by
New Mexico. There has been some
thing said about the absorption of
New Mexico by Arizona, and the ad
mission of the two territories as the
state of Arizona. The proposed state
would be one of the biggest in the
A circumstance, reported as a "pe
culiar thing" in connection with the
wreck at Vail's was that every Pull
man passenger had a bad bump on his
head caused by the sudden stoppage
of the cars, which threw the sleeping
passeueers vioilently against the head
lxiards. If railroad collisions keep up
to the present standard it will be nec
essary for Pullman to adjust steel,
leather padded hair liued springs for
passengers to bump against when the
When the question of removing the
capital of California from Sacramento
to San Jose was first proposed in the
legislature of that state it was look,
upon as a joke. It is now being con
sidered seriously. A -p -. ii traiu.
Baa lying members of the legislature
wa- run from Sacramento to the pro
liosed capital city today, where the
members will be entertained by the
citizen.- of the latter city.
An Assoicated Press telegram from
Phenix speaking of the transfer of the
Phenix Democrat, say.- that it is pro
posed to make the paper the chief
democratic organ of the territory,
with especial good will toward the
political fortuues of Col. J. F. Wil--on.
delegate elect to congress. So
'he colonel has invested some of that
s'iti.mHi in the newspaper business.
A telegram from Washinglou says
that "the democrats generally declare
that they will not agree to the con
sol illation aud some of them say that
i a', her than submit they will let the
hill fail altogether." Aud yet our
eontemaurarj insists that there is no
politics iu the statehood question. If
New Mexico is joined to Arizona, and
admitted as one state, it would make
a republican state, hence democrats
would oppose it.
The United States senate has passed
a bill reinstating Alexander (J. Pen
dletoti a- cadet at the military acad
emy at West Point. Pendleton, who
wa.- appointed from Arizona, was dis
missed for hazing. It is claimed in
ais behalf that his offense did not
properly com.' under the hea'd of haz
ing. Suppo-e coiigre-s should pass that
hill annexing New Mexico to Ari
Eona and providing for its admission
is a state, and the citizens should
then refuse to ratify it by refusing to
hold a constitutional convention, or
to ierfect a state orgauiaztiou, then
The Commoner makes flings at the
profit sharing (dans of the steel trust.
The employes ol the trust, however,
are entering into the plau with a hear
'iness that show.- iheir appreciation of
the opportunity. Ha- Mr. Bryan any
proAl -baring with his employes?
Senator Hansbrough of North Da
kola celebrated his re-election to the
senate by securing the passage of a
much needed law whereby United
Stales Laud Ageuts are enabled to
-ubpoeua w itnesses and coiiqel them
to testify uuder oath.
The New York Journal has rechris
lanad itself as the New York Ameri
can, but It still has its same old
spaaBM in various styles of type aud
party colored thought. The Ameri
can is the leader iu yellow poster
Shipping wheat from Kansas to Call
t'irilia, is like "sending coals to New
castle." That is just what is lieing
lone however. Twenty car loads of
wheat were sold iu Chicago ou Satur
lay to lie shipped from Kansas points
Mr. Darrow of Chicago, the attor
ney lor the miners lief ore the coal
commission, is a candidate for the
nayorality. and is injecting some
campaign thunder iuto his advocacy
if the uiiner't. cause.
There need Ik- uo fear of an adverse
liH-isiuii ou the Alaskan laiundary tlis
pute. The evideuce of this country is
mimpeachahle an-' even were it im-
naaible to reach a decision uo harm
would have i done.
What an indictment of South Caro
lina it i- that the paopto of the coun
try beltara that it will lie impossible
to convict Jim Tillman of murder,
even with the clear aud undisputed
eta now known.
What is the matter with the legisla
ture of Arizona and New Meirco pass
im ant i merger nil).-along the same
linaa as Taxaal This might meet the
proposed merger of the two territories
a- one state.
"rom all save Senator Morgan noth
ing but praise is heard for the canal
Application ior Patent
D. S. Land Office, Prescott, Ariz., I
Dec. 4. MM. I
Notice is hereby given that the Poland
Mining Company, a corporation, organized
and existing under and by virtue of the laws
of the territory of Arizona, by A. W. Ed
wards, its attorney in fact, whose postomce
address is Present!. Arizona, has made ap
plication for Batted States Mineral Patent
for the "Yukon" and "Dead Log" Lodes,
being Mine. at Survey No. 1610; said milling
claim being L'4.1 linear feet in length and
approximately ui. feet in width, bearing
gold, silver, copper, lead and other min
erals, situate in Big Rug Mining District,
County t f Yavapai. Territory of Arizona,
and described by the official plat and field
notes on tile in the I'nited States Lund Of
fice at Prescott. Arizona, to-wit:
Survey No. 1616.
Beginning at cor No 1. the SW cor of the
locution, which is also cor No 3 Polund
lode. Sar No 1066: a granite 8x12 ins,
111 ins nbove ground, marked Y No 1 1616,
same stone marked P No 3 alongside a
mon of stones 3x3 ft.
A X on a granite nick in place marked B
R Y No. 1-1616, bre N 51 deg 8 min E 70 ft.
I" S M M No 2 B B D brs S 48 deg 34 min
W -683.3 feet.
Thence N 1 deg 40 min W Var 14 deg E
10S0 ft to cor No 2. Poland lode. Sur No
1055. and cor No 6. Hamilton lode. Survey
No 1054. 1500 feet to cor No 2. identical
with N W cor of the location. Thence S 65
deg 45 min E Var 14 deg'E 151.7 ft to inter
sect line 5-6 Hamilton lode, survey No 1054
at N 20 deg E 369.7 ft to cor No 6. XV) ft to
NEC identical with NEC of location 660
ft to cor No 3. original cor of loc brs N 39
deg E 40 ft. Thence S 0 deg 26 min W Var
14 deg E 1474.6 ft to cor No 4. identical
with S E cor of location. Thence N 66 deg
45 min W Var 14 deg E :M0 ft to S C E. iden
tical with S C E of location ; 600 ft to cor
No 1. the place of beginning survey of ex
DEAD LOG LODE.
Beginning at cor No 1. identical with S W
cor of locution. A porphyry stone' 6x8x24
ins stt 1 ft in the ground alongside a mon
of stones 3x3;ft, store- marked D L No 1
1616. A cross on a ; rpiiyry rock in place
marked B R D L No 1 1616. bra S 24 deg 15
min E 43 ft I'S li M No 2 B B D brs S 51
deg 57 min W" 1783.2 ft. Thence N 33 deg
10 min E Var 14 deg E 874.7 ft to cor No 2
at intersection of line 3-4 Poland lode. Sur
No 1065: thence S 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 10 17.9 ft to
cor No 4, identical with S E or of location.
Thence N 65 deg 45 min W" Var 14 deg E 300
ft to cor No 5, identical with B C E of loca
tion. Thence N 40 deg 15 min W Var 14
deg E 315 ft to cor No 1. the place of be
ginning survey of exterior boundaries.
Yukon, gross area 19.513 Acres
Less area in conflict with Ham
ilton lode Survey No 1054.. .642 Acres
Net area Yukon lode 18.871 Acres
Total net urea Dead Log lode .13 089 Acres
Total net area lode claim 31.960 Acres
This claim is located on uusurveved land
and approximately inTp 12 N R 1 E.U .t - R
base und meridian iind is hounded on the
west by the Poland. Sur No 1056. and the
Hamilton. Sur 1054: on the north by gov.
eminent laud : ou the east by North Star
and South Star, unsurveyed claims, aud on
the sooth by the Rookery, unsurveyed.
Yukon Vein The Yukon vein extends N
0 deg 38 min W 1487.2 ft from the S 0 E of
Dtad Log Vein Ihe Dead Lug Vein ex
tend N 31 deg 32 min E 410 ft and S 31 deg
:L tnin W 597.9 fi from the discovery tunnel.
The notice of location ol the Yakon min.
ii.g claim uforesaid is recorded in the office
of the county recorder of Yavupai county.
Arizona, iu book 48 of Mines, ut pages 392
and .'W3. and the notice of locution of the
Dead Log mining claim aforesaid is re
corded in the office of the county recorder
of Yavnpni county, Arizonu. in Book 46 of
Mines at page 81
Any and ull iiersohs claiming ad
versely the mining ground, or any portion
thereof, so described, surveyed and platted
aud applied for are hereby notified that an
less their adverse claims are duly tiled with
the register of the land office during the
next sixty day - of publication hereof, they
will be burred by virtue of the statutes in
such cases provided
Feu S. Hildreth.
First publication Dec. 10. w
APPLICATION FOK A PATENT.
United States Land Office, Pres
cott, Arizona, January 0, 19071.
Notice is hereby given that J. W.
Sullivan, whose postoffice address
is Prescott. Arizona, has this day
filed his application for a patent for
1412 linear feet of the Robin,
White Crow aud Combination mine
or vein bearing gold and silver with
surface ground tiUO feet in
width, on each claim situ
ated in Hassayampa Mining dis
trict, county of Yavapai and territory
of Arizona, and designated by the
field notes and official plat on file in
this office a survey No. 1695. Said
survey No. UK lieing as follows:
Beiuniugg at initial monument
thence s lt deg 30 min w o'io ft to s c
e, identical with s c e of location,
where a porphyry stoue 8xlOx'J4 ins
set one foot iu ground alongside a
mon of stones 3x3 ft, stoue marked
S. C E. R. No. lbVo. Thence n 73
deg 30 min w 300 feet to cor No. 1,
identical with s w cor of location.
Whence L'SLM No 1133 H D brs s
28 deg 4o min W HOT. 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 30 min e 300 ft to n c e iden
tical with location Same course 3l
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 1 the s w cor
of location. Whence USL M No 1132
H D brs n 40 deg 3 min w U-04& ft.
Thence u 27 deg :t0 min e UM ft to
cor No 2 identical with location.
Thence s 62 deg 30 min e 276 ft to u c e
identical with u c e of location.
Same course 300 ft to cor No which
:a also cor No 2 of Combination liKle
of this survey. Thence s 27 deg :
min w UU ft to cor No 4. which is
also cor No 1 of Combiuatiou lode.
Theuce u 62 deg :t0 min w 300 ft to s
c e identical with location. Same
course 276 ft to cor No 1, the place
ISeginniug at cor No 1, which is
also cor No 4 of the White Crow lode
of this survey identical with the cor
of the location whence D S L M No
U9I H D brs N 47 deg 12 min w 151.4
ft. Theuce n 27 deg :10 min e 1S00
ft to cor No 2 which is also cor No 3.
of the White Crow lode. Theuce 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 : min w
1500 ft to cor No 4 identical with
location. Theuce u 62 deg :10 min w
900 ft to s c e, identical with loca
tion. Same course 900 ft to cor No 1,
the place of begiuniug.
Robin Lisle - - 19. 44U acres
Whit Oro Lode. 19.834
acres.less area iu conflict
with Robin lode 2.221
acres - 17.613 acres
Net area of White Crow
Combination lode 20 t"61 acres
Total net area of lode 57.739 acre
This claim is locate I ou unsurveyed
land approximately iu twp 12 u r 2
w, (i S R M. iu Hassayampa Mining
district, Yavapai county, Ariz., ami
is bouuded on all sides by govern
Robin Vein extends from initial
mon n 16 deg 90 min e 887 ft and s 16
deg 30 min w 525 ft White Crow vein
extends from discovery tunnel No 1 u
27 deg :10 min e :f74 ft and s 27 deg
90 min a 1120 ft.
Combination vein extends from the
discovery shaft u 27 deg :t0 min e BOO
ft and s 27 deg : min w LO00 ft.
The amended location of the White
Crow claim is recorded in hoot 58 of
mines, pages 506-507: amended Iikm
tion of the Robin claim is recorded
in I '. k 58 of mines, pages 508-509;
notice of location of the Combination
claim is recorded in Isaik 58 of mines,
pages 284 285.
Auy ami all persons claiming ad
versely any portion of said
Robin. White Crow or Combination
mine or surface ground are required
to file their adverse claims with the
Register of the I'nited Stales La d
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. HLDRETH, Register.
First publication Jan. 7. w
U. S. Land Office. Prescott, Ariz. I
Dec. 30. 1902. '
Notice is hereby given thut the American
Copper Company, by John J. Haw kins, its
attorney iu fact, whose postoffice addreai is
Prescott. Arizona, has made application fur
a patent for 30.000 linear leet of the Iron
King. Western Copper. Bonanza. Sure
Thing, Eastern Copper, Copper Chief. Lime
Rock. Copper Platter, Cnpoer Prince No. 1.
Copper Prince No. 2. Oopoer Prince. Copper
Mount, Copper Van. New Road Copper
Reade. Copper Peach. Copper Princess.
Copper Road. Copper Dyke and Copper
Produce, bearing gold, silver aud copper
with surface ground 600 feet ui width, situ
ate in Big Bug mining district, Yavapai
county, Arizona, and deeignuted by the field
notes und officiul plut on file in this office as
mineral survey No. 1714, sections 15, 16, 21.
23 und 28, Tp. 13 n. R 1 e G. A S. R. UM.,
said survey being described us follows with
magnetic varation ut 14 deg e :
WESTERN COPPER LODE.
Beginning ut cor No. 1. which is also cor
No. 2 Copper Chief lode of this survey,
porphyry stone 10x10x24 ins set 1 ft in
ground ulongside a pine post 2x4x4 ft long
in mound of stones: stone marked W C No.
11714 and C C No, 21714 whence C S M
M No 1 B B D brs s 62 deg 51 min w 2948 3
f t ; thence n 24 deg e 1500 ft to cor no 2:
thence s 66 deg e 600 ft to cor No 3; thence s
24 deg w 1500 ft to cor No 4. which is also
cor No 1 Bonanza lode, cor No 2 Iron King
lode, aud cor No 3 Copper Chief lode of
this survey : thence n 66 deg w 600 feet to
cor No 1. place of beginning survey of ex
terior boundaries. .
Beginning at cor No L which is also cor
No I Iron King, cor No 3 Copper Chief and
cor No 4 Western Copper lodes of this sur
vey : a porphyry stone 8x8x24 ins set 1 ft in
ground alongside a nion of -tones and pine
post : stone marked W C No 4-1714 and B
No 1-1714 and C C No 3-1714 and I K No 2
1714 : whence I'SMMKo 1 B B D bre s 70
deg 51 min w 3357.4 ft: thence n 24 deg e
1500 ft to cor No ti thence s 66 deg e 600 ft
to cor No 3; theuce s24 deg w 1500 ft to
cor No 4. which is also cor o 1 Sure
Thing, cor No 2 Lime Rock, cor no 3 Iron
King lod-s of this survey : u porphyry stone
8x10x18 ins set 1 ft in ground alongside a
pine poet in inon of stones: -lone marked B
No 4-1714. S T No 1-1714. L It No 2-1714 and
I K No 3-1714: thence N 66 deg w 600 ft to
cor No 1. the place of beginning survey of
SURE THING LODE.
Beginning at cor No 1. which is also cor
No 2 Lime Rock, cor No. 3 Iron King and
cur No 4 Bonanza lodes of this snr'ey. cor
described above : whence C S M M No 1 bre
s 77 deg 1 min w 3816.1 ft; thence n 24 deg e
1500 ft to cor No 2 : thence s 66 deg e 600 ft
to cor no 3 : ; hence s 24 deg w 1500 ft to cor
No 4. which is also cor No 1 Eastern Copper,
cor No 2 Copper Platter, cor No 3 Lime
Rock lodes of this survey, a porphyry stone
10x10x20 i as set 1 ft in ground ulongside u
pine post in mon of stones: stone marked S
T No 4-1714. E C No 1-1714. C P No 2-1714.
L R No 3-1714 : thence n 66 dog w 600 f t to
cor No 1. the place of beginning survey of
EASTERN COPPER LODE.
Beginnngnt cor No 1. which is also cor
No 2 Copper Plutter. cor No 3 Lime Kocfc.
cor No 4 Sure Thing lodes of this survey,
cor described above : hemv V S M M No 1
brs s 81 deg 49 min w 430TI.1 ft: thence n 24
deg e 1500 ft to cor No I : thence s 68 dig e
600 ft to eor No 3 : thence 24 deg w 1500 ft
to cor No 4 : thence n 66 deg w 600 ft to cor
No 1. the p ace of beginning surey of ex
COPPER CHIEF LODE
Beginning at cor No 1. which is also cor
No 2 Copper Priuce No 1 lode of thissurvey.
a porphpry stone 8x12x24 ins set 1 ft it
ground, alongside a pine post in mon ot
stones : stone marked C C No 1-1714 and C : '
No 1. 2-1714 : when -e 0 S M M No 1 brs
89 deg 17 min w l!Ht3 6 ft : theuce N 24 de e
1500 ft to cor No i : theuce s 66 deg e 600 ft
to cor No 3 : theuce s 24 deg w 1500 ft to cor
No 4. which is also cor No I Irou Hang, cor
No 2 Copper Prince, cor No 3 Copper
Prince No 1 lodes of this survey: a slate
stone 5x12x24 ins set 1 ft in ground, ulong
side a pine post in anion of stones; stone
niurked C C No 4-1714. 1 K No 1-1714. C P
No 2-1714, C P No 1. 3-1714; thence n 66 deg
v 600 ft to cor No 1. the place of beginning
survey of exterior boundurieo.
IRON KING LODE.
Beginning ut cor No 1, which is also cor
No 2 Copper Prince, cor No 3 Copper PriiK a
No 1. und cor No 4 Copfier Chief lodes of
this survey, cor described ubov,. wht-uce
t $ M M No 1 brs n 84 d w 2576 ft : thence
n 24 deg e 1500 ft to col No -; theuce s 66
deg e 600 ft to cor No 3 : thence 1 24 deg w
1500 ft to cor No 4. which is also cor No 1
Lime Rock, cor No 2 Conper Mount, cor No
3 Copper Prince lodes of this survey, u slati
stone 4x12x24 ins set 1 ft iu ground alongsidi
d pine post in mon of stones stone marked
I K No 4-1714. L R No 1-1715. C M No 2
1714. and C V N .-1714: thence u 66 deg w
600 feet to cor No 1. the place of beginuing
survey of asttri otmdaries.
lime neca lode.
Beginning at cor No I. which is also cor
No I Copper Mount, eor No 3 Copper
Prince, cor No 4 Iron King lodes of this sur
vey, eor described above : whence C S M M
No 1 brs n 80 deg 38 min w 31M Tft : thence
ii 24 deg a 1500 ft to cor No 2 : thence e 66 ii eg
e iW ft to cor No 3: thence s 24 dt-g w 1500
ft to cor No 4. which is also cor No 1 Copper
Platter, cor No 2 Copper Van. cor so 3 Cop
per Mount lodes of this survey, u porphpry
stone 6x6x24 ins set 1 ft in ground alongside
a pine post in mon of stones, stone marked
L R No 4-1714. C P No 1-1714. C V No2
1714. 0 M No 3-1714 : thence u 66 deg w 600ft
to cor No I. place of beginning survey of
COPPER PLATTER LODE.
Beginning at cor No 1. which is also cor
No 2. Copper Van. cor No 3 Copper Mount,
and cor No 4 Lime Rock lodesof thissurvey.
cor described above : whence V S M M No 1
brs n 78 deg 18 in in w 37::2.6 it ; thence n 24
deg e 1500 ft to cor So 2 ; thence s 66 deg e
600 ft to cor No 3: t la-nee s 24 deg w I SOU ft
t cor No 4 ; thence n 66 deg w 600 ft to cor
No 1 place of beginning survey of exterior
COPPER PRINCE No 1 LODE.
Beginning at cor No 1. wh.ch is also cor
No 1 of the Copper 1 "rince No 2 lode of this
survey : a porphyry stoue 4x12x24 ins set 1
foot iu ground alongside a pine post In mon
of stones. stone mark d C P no I. 1 1714 and
C P no 2 11714 ; hen e I' S M M No 1 hrs
n 45 deg 10 in in w !!I70 ft : thence ti 24 deg e
1500 ft to eor No 1 : thence s K6 deg e600 f t to
cor No 3; thence s 24de w Ufti ft U cor No 4.
anich is also cor No 1 Copper Prince, cor
No 1 New Rtutd und eor No 4 Copper Prince
No 2 lodes of this survt y a slate stone 4x20x
30 ius set 1 ft in the . und alongside a piue
Kst in mou of stones -ttoiie uiurkt d C P No
L 4-1714. C P No 1-1714. N R N. 1-1714, C P
No 2-1714; thence n 60 deg w 60n It to cor
No 1. the place of beg uiling survey of ex
COPPER PRINCE LODE.
Beginning ut cor 'o 1. aMeh is also cor
No 1 New Road, cor No 4 Copper lrii:ce No
2. and cor No 4 Copper Prince No L lodes
of this survey : cor descrilied ubove ; whence
t" S M M No 1 brs n 4!' di g .58 miu -54C.5
ft : thence u 24 deg a 1500 ft to cor No 2:
thence s 66 deg e lit It to cor No thence
I 24 Oeg w 15fl ft to eor No 4 : which ts also
cor No 1 Copper Mount, cor No I Cops r
Reade. and cor no 4 Ni w Read ludes ot this
survey : a slute stoue 4x18x24 ins set 1 ft iu
ground alongside a piue post in mon of
stones, stone marked C !' so 4-1714. C M no
1-1714 und C R no 1-1714 and N R no 4-1714 :
thence n 66 dig w 600 ft to cor so I. place of
beginning survey of exterior boundaries.
COPPER MOl'N T LODE.
Beginning at cor no 1, which is also cor
so 1 CopiK-r Reade. cor no 4 New Road und
cor No 4 Cop r I'riuc lod.sof thissurvey.
cor described above, whence I S M M no 1
bre u 53 deg w 3129 3 fl theuce u 24 deg e
1500 ft to cor no 2: thence s i deg 600 ft
to cor No 3: thence s 24 rieg w 1500 ft to cor
so 4 : which is also cor no 1 Copper Van. cor
no 1 Copper Pouch, and cor no 4 Copper
Reade lodes of this survey, a slwte stone
6xlSx30 ins set 1 ft in the ground ulongside
a fiiue i" -' in nam of stones: -tone uiurkcd
C M sj 4-1714. C V so 1-1714. CP Bu 1714.
und C R so 4-1714: thence B 66 dcit w 6P0 ft
to cor so 1. place of Ik maiug survi y . :" ex
COPPER VAN LODE.
Beginning ut cor so 1. which is ulso c.r
v.. 1 ( ' . . 1 1 - leiu'h. cot- so 4 Conner Rei.di . 1
and cor so 4 OaMCI M. tint lodesof this -n-vey,
cor described aUve. whence I" S M M
v.,' 1 Km A itecr in vv 3?l&Jt fl ! ti nee
n 24 deg a MM f to cor so 2: thence s6Hdeg I
e Ul tt to cor N ..; tllence - 4 aeg w l
ft to cor so 4 : theuce ii l d w 6 0 ft to
cor s 1 the place of beginning survey of ex
COPPER PRINCE No 2 LODE
Beginning ut cor sc 1 which is also cor so
1 Copper naaea so 1. lode of this survey,
cor descritM'd above: wh -nci V S M M no 1
brs n 45 deg 10 min w 1!.79 ft: thence s 24
deg w 1500 ft toe. ir so 2: which is dso cor
so 1 (pper lrincert lode of this snrv; i , a
porphyry stone 6x8x4 ins set 1 ft iu ur.
. . -i' 1 u pine (kisi in mon of ptanefffrftKM
niurked 0 P no 2. 2-1714 and C P so 1-1714:
thence s 66 di g e 600 ft to cor so 3: which is
also cor so 2 New Road cur so 1 Copper
Road, and cor no 4 CopiT Princi-es lodes of
this survey, a slate stone bXSmCnO u s set 1 tt
in ground alongside a mon of stones sur.
rounding a pine post, stone marked OF So
2 3-1714. N t: no 2-1714. C R so 1-1714 and l
P so 4-1714: thenc. n 24 dig e 1500 ft to ci t
no 4. theuce n 66 deg w K00 feet to cor so 1.
the place of beginuing survey of exterior
SKW ROAD LODE.
Be: 'mi dna ut cor no 1. which is aha cor
so 1 I opK-r Prince, cor so 4 Copper fWaei
no I and cor no 4 Copper Prince so 2 lode
0t this survey, cor described ubove ; wlfsnut
I' S M M so 1 brs n 49 deg 58 min w 2548.5
tt ; thence s 24 deg w 1500 ft to cor so 2;
thence s 66 deg e 600 ft to cor so3, which
is ulso cor so 2 Copper Reade, cor no 1 Cop
per Dyke, and cor so 4 Copper Road lodes
of this survey, a slate stone 4x20x30 ins set 1
ft in ground alongside a pine post surround
ed by mon of stones, stone marked N R so
3-1714, 0 R so 2-1714, 0 D so 1-1714: and C
R so 4-1714; thence n 24 deg 1500 ft to cor
so 4 ; thence n 66 deg w 600 ft to cor No 1.
place of beginning survey of exterior bound
aries. COPPER READE LODE.
Beginning at cor No 1, which is also cor
No 4 New Road and cor No 4 Copper Prince
und cor so 1 Copper Mount survey 1714. cor
described ubove : whence US 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 ft to cor
so 3, which is also cor so 2 Copper Peach,
cor so 1 Copper Produce, and cor so 4 Cop
per Dyke lodes of this survey, u slate stone
4x18x30 ins set 1 ft in ground alongside u
piue post in mon of stones, stone marked C
R 3-1714. C P so 2-1714, C P so 1-1714 aud
C D Not-1714; thence n 24 deg e 1500 ft to cor
so 4: thence n 66 deg w 600 fi to cor so 1.
place of beginning survey of exterior bound
aries. COPPER PEACH LODE.
Beginning at cor so I. which is also cor
so 4 Copper Reade, cor so 4 Copper Mount,
and cor so 1 Cooper Van lodes of this sur.
vey. mon described above ; whence V S M M
so 1 bre n 65 deg 5 min w, 3716.6 ft. thence
s 24 deg w 1500 ft to cor so 2 ; thence s 66
deg e 600 ft to cor so 3: thence n 24 deg e
1500 ft to cor so 4 : thence n 66 deg w 600 ft
to cor No 1. place of beginning survey of
COPPER PRINCESS LODE.
Beginning at cor No 1, which is ulso cor
No 2 Copper Prince No 2 lode of this sur
vey, cor described above, whence C S M M
No 1 bre n 16 deg w 2876.9 ft, thence s 24
deg w 1500 ft to cor No 2: thence s 66 deg e
600 ft to cor so 3 ; thence n 24 deg e 1500 ft
to cor so 4 ; thence n 66 deg w 800 ft to cor
so 1, place of beginning survey of exterior
COPPER ROAD LODE.
Beginning at cor so 1. which is also eor
so 4 Copper Princeas. cor so 3 Copper
Prince so 2 and cor so 2 New Road lodes of
this survey, cor described above ; whence I"
S M M so 1 tire n 24 deg 1 min w 3294.7 ft :
thence s 24 deg w 1500 ft to cor so 2: thence
s 66 deg e 600 ft to cor so 3 ; thence n 24 de
e 1500 ft to cor so 4 : thence n 66 deg w 600
ft to cor so 1, place of beginning survey of
COPPER DY KE LODE.
Beginuing at cor so 1. which is also cor
so 4 Copper Road, cor No 3 New Road, and
cor so 2 Copper Reade lodes of this survey,
cor described ubove; whence CS MM so 1
brs n 30 deg 9 min w 3762.6 ft; thence s 24
deg w 1500 ft to cor No 2 ; thence s 66 deg e
600 ft to cor No 3 ; thence n 24 deg e 1500 ft
to cor No 4 ; thence n 66 deg w 600 feet to
cor No 1, place of beginning survey of ex
COPPER PRODUCE LODE.
Beginning ut cor No 1, which is ulso cor
No 4 Copper Dyke, cor No 3 Copper Reade.
and cor No 2 Copper Pesch lode of this sur
vey, cor described above ; whence U S M M
No 1 brs n 34 deg 52 min w 4262.9 ft ; thence
s 24 deg w 1FO0 ft to cor No 2; thence s 66
deg e 600 ft to cor No 3 ; thence n 24 deg e
1500 ft to cor No 4; thence n 66 deg w 600 ft
to cor No 1. place of beginning survey of ex
Western Copper vein extends n 24 deg e 400
f ts24 deg w 1100 ft from discovery shaft. Bo
nanza veiu extends s 24 deg w 237 ft. n 24
deg e 1263 ft from discovery shaft.
Sure Thing vein extends s 24 deg w 100 ft.
n 24 deg e 1400 ft from the discovery shsft.
Eastern Copper vein extends s 24 deg w285
ft. n 24 deg e 1215 ft from discovery shaft.
Copper Chief vein extends n 24 deg e 425
Tt. s 24 deg w 1075 ft from the discovery
Iron King vein extends nly 320 ft to nee
und sly 1180 ft to s c e from discovery shaft.
Lime Rock vein extends s 24 deg w 570 ft
and n 24 deg e 930 ft from the discovery
Copp- r Platter vein extends n 24 deg e 700
ft and s 24 deg w 800 feet from discovery
Copper Prince No 1 vein extends s 24 deg
w 80 ft, n 24 deg e 1420 feet from discovery
I opper Prince vein extends n 24 deg e 120
ft and s 24 deg w 1380 ft from the discovery
Copper Mount vein extends n 24 deg e 560
ft and s 24 deg w 960 ft from discovery shaft.
Copper Van vein extends n 24 deg e 50 ft
and s 24 deg w 1450 ft from discoyery shaft.
Copper Prince so 2 vein extends n 24 deg
e SM ft and s 24 deg w 1280 ft from the dis
New Road vein extends n 24 deg e 500 ft
and s 24 deg w 1000 feet from discovery tun
nel. Conner Reade vein extends n 24 deg e :i60
ft and s 24 deg w 1140 ft from discovery
Copper Peach vein extends n 24 deg e 680
ft ana s 24 deg w 820 ft from discovery shafr
Copper Princess vein extends n 24 deg e
300 ft und s 24 deg w 1200 from the discovery
Copper uoud vein extends n 24 deg e 180ft
und ? dr WM feel from the discovi-ry
, . . i r) : vr iii . att aaa n a aeg e ij
ft. ' - 24 - I.'"' .'I from discovery
C pfx r Produce vein extends n 24 deg e
175 ft nd s 24 deg 1325 ft from discovery
Iron King lode 20.66 acres
Western Copper lode 20.66 "
Bonanza lode 20.66
Sure thing lode 20.66 "
Eastern Copp-T I ale 20.66
Copper ChM lode -0.66 "
Lime Hock lode 20.66 '
Copper PlatU r lode 20.66 "
Copper Prince so 1 lode 2"J!8 "
Copper Prince so 2 lode 20.66 "
Copper Prince lode 30.68 "
Cupper Mount lode 20.66
Copper Van lode 20.66
New aoad In'.' 20.66
Copper acade kite 20.66 "
Copper Peach lode 20.66 "
Copper Princess lode 80.66
'"'upper not id iode 20.66 M
C tpper Dyke lode 20.66
Copper Produce lode 20.66
Total area lode claim 413 20
N. by govern ateut land : E. b) Copper
Station. Copper Train, Copper Char. Copper
coach and Co per Sleeper lode claims un
surveyed : S. by government land : W. by
copper Matte, copper Kim und copper Bur
ley !'! claims unsurveyed.
mended locution notices are recorded in
the records of Vuvapai county, in the office
of the county recorder at Prescott. us fol
Nana of claim. Book of Mines. Pages
Copper Dyke 60 515
Eastern Copper 60 497
Copper Plutter 60 498
Copper Produce 60 510
Western Copper 60 499
Copper Peach 6P 608
Iron King 52 86
Coper Van 60 500
Copper Mount 60 512
Copper Reade 60 509
Bonauzu 52 84
Copper Prince No. 2 56 332
Sure Thing 60 4'.
Lime Rock 54 s9
Copper Roud 59 535
Copper Chief 52 83
Copi er Prince 49 106
Copfier Prince No. 1 56 331
Copper Princess 60 511
New Roud 49 132
Any and ail peix n- cl: lining adve sely
any portioL of the ru d mining claims, or-
ny of theut. or surface ground thereof ure
required to tile their adverse claims with
the register of the iund office at Preecott. in
the county of Yavapai. Arizona, during the
Ol days period of publication hereof, or they
will be barred by virtue of the provisions of
KEN S. HILDRETH. Register.
Kirst publication Dec. .. 1902. D
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
Prescott. Arizonu. Jun. 27. 190S.
To R F. Stewnrt and Mrs. Willie I. Steiurt.
their Heir und Assigns:
Y'ou ure hereby notitied that I have ei
nended durinu the year 19112 One Hu dred
Dollars l$100l in abor und improvements !
upon the Minna. Hill mining claim jutuati '
iu Wulker Xliniiik District. County of Yava-
a ' i . nory of Arizona, the notice of loca
ii n .ihcieof is of record iu the office of th
Cu id) Reconler.i, Book 57 of Mines, at
in,'. 160. Mining Kecord-of l avapal loun
ly. Arizona, in order to hold said c aim un
der the provisions of Seetio 2:124 of the Re
vised Statutes of he Ui.iUd States und the
uine dmen s thereto concern ng annual
luboi upon mining claims. H being the
a "t-'unt required to hold SHid claim for the
period . tid-iig December :fl. 1902.
And if. within ninety i90 duys from tr.e
P -. iial ervice of this uotice. or within
n in ty .lays after the publication here
of. ou fail or refuse to contribute your
proportion of said expenditure" as co owners,
yo r interest in the said mining claim will
become :he property of the subscriber, your
co-owner, who has ade the required ex-
aaaditt're by the terms of said Section .:!24.
lust publ' ution Jan. 28.190. w
I .on. Imi. Feb. 10. The steamer
Watchful, of Liverpool. -lav sank
the iteamiei Ar'lmr. of Cardiff, in
a ootlfcioit off Harry. Most of the
crew of tha Arthur were asleep at the
time of the uccident and but eight of
the men were saved. Five others were
Try an ad in the Journal-Miner.
IN THE DISTRICT COCRT. OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. TER
RITORY OF ARIZONA, COUNTY J
N. A. Morford. Pluintitf.
The Slute Creek Mining Co..
Summons No. .'551.
Action brought in the District Curt of
the Fourth Judicial District, iu and for the
county of Yavupai. territory of Arizonu.
The territory of Arizonu sends greeting to
The Slate Creek Mining Co.
You ure hereby summoned und required
to appear in sn action brought against you
by the ubove Darned pluiuiiff. in the district
court of the fourth judicial district, in and
for the county of Yuvapai. in the territory of
Arizona, und answer the complaint tiled
with the clerk of this court ut Prescott. in
said county, la copy of which complaint ac
companies this summons), within twenty
days. exclusive of the dsy of service), ufter
the service upon you of this Summons, if
served within this county : in all other cases
thirty duys. ufter the service of this Sum
mons upon you ( exclusive of the day of ser
vice. And you ure hereby notified that if you
fail to uppear und answer the compiuiut us
ubove required, the pluintitf will take judg
ment by defuult ugsinst you and judgment
for costs und disbursements in this behalf
Given under my hand und seal of said
court at Prescott. this 19th Usy of January.
A. D. 1903. J. M. WATTS.
First Publication Jan. 21. 5t-w
MINE WARNING NOTICES!
NORTHERN BELL AND JUPITER.
Notice is hereby given that the undersign
ed is the owner of the Northern Bell und
Jupiter mining claims, located in Wulker
mining district. Yavapai County. Arizona :
the owner of said property nor the property
itself will not be responsible for any debts
contracted for labor or otherwise during
the time said property is being workd under
lease und bond. C. (i. BRiCHU.
September 4. 1902.
MERTON GROCP OF MINES.
Notice is hereby given that tli under
signed is the owner of the Merton roup of
claims, located in Piue Grove Mining dis
trict, Yavapai County. Arizona, having
bonded the same to the Cadilac Mining
Company : the owner of said property nor
the property itself will not b.- responsible
for anv debts contracted tor labor or other
wise during the time of said bond.
R. M. Dougherty.
June 17. 1902.
BIG BUG SMELTEli.
Notice is hereby given that the George
A. Treadwell Copper Company has luised
the Boggs mines, smelter und pipe line, and
that the undersigned wi'l in n. way he re
sponsible for debts contracted n operating
COMMERCIAL MlNtNG CO..
J. S. Dougias. Agent.
October 27. 1899.
Notice is hereby given that the Homestead
mine, located in the Wulker mit.ing district,
is now being w 'ed under a bi nd, und that
the undersign-. I . wrier of said mine, wiil
not be reepon.- ' any labor, uccident or
debts of the same i w .,my accrue duriua
the period of saiu
Prescott. Arizona. Jan. 8. 1900.
Notice is hereby given that the Silver Belt
mine, located in the Aguu Pria Mining Dis
trict, is now being worked under bond and
lease, and the owners of said property nor
the pr. i-rty itself, will not be responsible
for any hrs contracted against said prop
erty dnnng the time of suic bo- i.
MRS. K. B HFORD.
Prescott. Arizona. May 22. 1901.
NIGHT HA'.VR. ai
Th a lersigned. owner of the t-- ir
claw i,. u 'lite Hawk, and Scottish Chief
tag cia:.:0. and Nit aaaul -----. -. . iiii t
ed in Pine Grove district, Yuvapai county,
Arizona, having bonded the same, wil! not
be responsible for uny debts contracted
ag nst raid property during the time of said
Prescott. Arizona. Feb. 1, 1900.
OV'ARIO GROUP i IF VINES.
Notice i s hereby given that thi undersigned
ure the owners of the Ontaro group of
mines, located in Black Hills mining dis
trict, and that we will not be n sponsible tor
uny debts contracted for labor or etkaevtj
aguinst snid mining claim by parties work
ing the said Outuriogroup.
W. W. Munds A Co
Prescott Arizonu. April t 1901.
Notice For Publication.
Land Office at Prescott. Ariz..
Jin. 19. 1908. I
Notice is hereby given that the following
naiiKd settler has tiled notice of his inten
tion to make filial proof r. support of his
claim, and that said pri . ' wili bt madt be
fore Register und Receiver t '
Arizona, on Thursd. y. Fehnaai 26. 1903.
viz: William Simpson, for ihe w -., of se .
se L4 sw t-4. und lot 7 sec 6. tap 14. r 2 w.
Hn names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation, said laud, viz:
Z. T. Stone. August Trout?. J oh." Weston,
Jurnes Croxdule. ull of Pre-cott. Arizoua. 1
FEN S. HILDRETH.
First publication Jan. 21. (w)
A. J. HEAD
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Also the "Coble," "Baile."
and "Milton" .or the same
prices, not for a few days only,
but any day in the year.
POHLE & PARMELEE
ASSAVERS AND CHEMISTS
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Ores tested to determine the best method of
treatment. W huve a new and thoroughly
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Which has been closed for a month
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Having leased ihe place and ull furnishings
from J. N . WHs, Fir t clus metilsserv.
eil. Shorl orders ill day New manage
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