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THE LOCAL NEWS
...CITY AND COL NT Y
From Sat u rday 's Dai y
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an indefinite vacation by his emigre "V ereain, last and while here sold going into the treasury, instead of en
gat ion in Los Angeles. " Mo Homy L.ivin all his inter. -i in riehiug a single individual. He in-
Capt. Hatch, who has been iu Toe - 1 ' n ues at Stockton Hill- 'voiced the gag rule to .r. vent the
son for several days on business. ie- Mohave V 1;.. i minority report of the committee lie-
tarned to Whipple today. Lag read, and his aciions t luoiighout
. i , . . ' U'UW III tittlfl Stut. !
Attorney E. M. Doe of Klak'statl'. is
; -A. , ik., u.i..i.. i
trail hearing before Judge Sloan to-
The dog piosouer is at work in I'res-
cott. and up to uoou today no !--
than fourteen dead dugs bad been
found in different parts of the ciH
The Eagle initiated four new mem-
ban at its meeting on Thursday
night. Having paaaed the 300 mark.
they are now soaring towards the dOU
mark for their aerie.
T I M i .
J. ii. .viouueiie, general manage' ol
the Federal Investment ami Tru-
company, returned today from a rerj
successful business trip "in the south
ern part of the county.
T. G. Xorris was able to return to
Prescott this morning from Phenix
xi,-. v..;. v,.i i
AAko. ...u i ..a.. ... muiruti sun.
eiently to return home today bat will
very likely come up in a day or two.
Geo. Retzer. w in. has been employed
in the mercantile establishment of J.
I. Gardiner, has accepted a position
with tbe street car company in Los
Angeles and left for that city today to
enter upon bis new duties.
Tbe United State.- civil service con
mission announces that on March 24.
1903. an examination will be bel : U
tbe usual places lor tbe position of iu
terpreter in the Turkish. Arabic. He
brew. Spanish. French and Italian
Mrs. Robert Liuvell. aud two little
girls, who has been visiting her sister.
Mrs. B. V. Weaver, iu Prescott for
several days, leaves this evening foi
Phenix. where she will visit her pa
eiits a few days lefore returning t.
home in ac.
E. Wagoner is iu town today fron.
?oner. on the raving Hassavami.a.
ie is accomianieil by Fred Borders. .
brother of Mis. Wagoner win. i- i.
cent arrival in this section Iron. ", i
us mac, Indiana. Mr. Horde:- maj
conclude to remain here.
Work on the new shcool botase i
progressing nicely. The first o
plastering has been almost Baiabe
and but for the extremely cold wea
ther the past few weeks the plastering
for the entire building would have
been completed. It has leen neces
sary to keep hot fires going all night
in the building ever since the work .a
plastering was begun.
T . J. Xieniau, who has lieeu spend
ing a couple of days iu Present! on
l'u-iuSan.d chatting with
friends. lTJi today for ln
prjnaBaavr Hillside. Mr. N.
Nation in that sect I
-.nth later thau usual owing
to- be 3a?vere winter, but ever
is rejoiciBg ir?r the fact that then-
will be an abundance of water on ac
count of the ueavy snow fall in the
Joe (Mayer is erecting a fine new
brick "store room at Mayer which
which would te a credit to a city ol
several thousand inhabitant-. Tin
building is across the street and a lit
tie south of his present -tore. I,
about eighty feet deep and has a large
gallery running clear around the -ides
and ends which makes it almost eqoal
to a two story building. The front
will be large plate glass and all the
fixtures will be up to date, while the
stock of general merchandise will
be full and complete.
Hon. J. W. Beuham. who i- w. li
aown all over Arizona.
ted the county of Maricopa in the
SUth letil.-lat ie assemli ' .
pral years was proprietor ot th I
rat Fh.-nix an e stablishnw '
K iu eurios aim r el ics tl An
md which became very populai
eastern nsitors to thai city,
through Pre-cott today on his
to New York 'itv at which place
is the manager for tbe Hyde Ex
ploring Expedition. Mr. Beuham bad
been spending a few days iu Phenix
on business and pleasure.
During l'.CI. the Sauta Fe will lay
about :t0 miles of raaiu line track on
its line east of Albuquerque with new
eighty five pound rails. It i- en
p.-i ied that :t00 miles of equal h
rails will be spiked down ou its liu
iu Arizona. California ami T
This will about complete the work b,
gun in 1901. whereby the invent) ii
pouna ran is io oe rne minimum i
weight for Santa Fe system main
tracks. Millions of dollars have al
ready been expended in ontting d
grades, raising fills, puffing m iron
bridges and straightening curve.-.
A new story by Owen Kildare will
ie a leading feature of the ApriP'Suc
cess." Mr. Kildare's true story of
flts4tfe"My Rise from the Slums ;.
Manhood." which wh's published in
the February "Success." called fori!'
nearly five thousand letter- from all
parts of the country. ! lie ie- r
is a true one. and is.
quel to the first. It
in a way. a
,.,.liil..,l ' Mr 1
Good Old Pal." and tells of tie rt. i i
tion of a dog whom Mr. Kildnre calls I
-hiaheat friend." It timrtes will. I
human interest and shows what won
derful intelligence some dogs possess.
Owen Kildare is the newest stai In
the literary firmament, aud his rl
is verv true to nature.
From Honaav's Daily.
March came in like a lamb.
J. Fisher is doing s .- -urvey-
In the Crowned King country.
Ward came in from Mayer on
lay afternoon to sieud Sunday
ith his family.
Ed Kiehl. tbe plumlr. is putting
in one of his acetllyue gas lighting
plant.- for a Poland firm.
The bill for tbe regulation of the
practice of medicine in this territory
passed tbe council on Saturday.
Banker T. E. Pollock, of Flagslafi.
returned to his home yesterday after a
day spent iu Prescott on letal biisi
J. H. Collins is in town from Ault
man. where he has tieeu stopping lor
some time, for the lieuefit of his
P. Mohn A Co. -ent a casket lln
moruiug to loo. Flammer at McCabe.
The name of the deceased was not
Miss Eth. l lloyee. only langhtti of
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Boyce. ..f Will
ianis, d:ei in L. Angeles b.-t
aged seventeen yflir-
Sheriff Rolierts arrested a Mexlcai
ou Turkey Creek yesterday who i
suspwted of lieine one of the Ml
derers of the late Frs! IJuzzo.
The Christian En.leavoi society of
the Congregational church are pn
iug for an Easter sab-, in take p .
during the first Veek in April.
Mrs. F. P. Ward and daughi. r will
go to Mayer on Friday to r.-s
Mrs. Saokett. mother of Mrs Ward,
wo is visiting her, will accompany
Samuel Saucer. son of the late
Charles Spencer of Mohave mtv.
died recontly in Kingman of , 1
sumption. Ho was twenty one v it
Mr. aud Mrs. Sawyer of Ii: ugor.
Maine, are isiting Iheir son. P
Sawyer, with whom they .viil
two weeks, when they will go to Cali
foruia for a visit.
Kditor 1). I). McDonald returned ;
last uighl from a trip to California. !
He was accompanied homo by his i
father. M. McDonald, who will
s.ieu.i i. ks wsitiug iu Pros-
K M Saulord. th. l.it brainy Pivs-
..colt atioruev. was in Kingman Mon
M , ,
'"oa ;im.'i i couri. i ue laiiroan
wnipnny instituted another suit
against him in umiaaoilnii with the
" Hag I trail which was heard by
.!. i . Sic n . h mberB.
The f. U tag am installed a- otli
' " ,he ' : ! PtlloW8 eBr
' - Henry, chief patriarch: Steve
N'ash. high priest; Henry Skater .
.1 P. Burnett, senior ward, u :
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biehard Suniid. iiiiu.ir warden.
The net proceeds oJ the Doll Shop
ii. rtainment, together with the pro-
coeds received from the sale of candy,
io eoaaeetioB aitfc it amounts to
uearly WOO. The entire proceed baa
iieen donated to the rectory fund of
tbe 1 'cooal church,
, rnm Tuesday's Daily .
J. II. Knimcrt went north on this
morn i i : ' .- tniin.
The heating apralus for the new
pablic school l.uilding has arrived at
-I (' Iv.ii'.'iti came in yesterday
from Peoria, Arlzon;:. where he ha
been for a few days.
Charles Ktie. v H ill, with
I.. -h. "-. retaraad taia aaa-aiag from
tri. to Wli ib linhanj
Attorney (!. neral K. W. Wells spent
vest, rday in Present t on tmsiuess. re
turning to Pbeuix last night.
Mrs. Jessie Stewart, sister of Mrs.
Korriei. left this morning with her
little giri fur u visit to Eos Anu'. l. s.
Wm. Cooper of Skull valley came
up on this inoruiim's tniin to attend
:be(iraiid Army post meet ittg tonight.
T E. Stiiti'.ur. president of the Pre
larred Tontine Mercantile conijiauy.
i in Iowa making contracts for hi.
comiauy. Thirty six car loads of wool have
been .-hipped of late from Phenix to
aaatara aawknta. The cars contain
ttmm Ji'.noo be rto.nnu p.mnd- each.
J. W. Sullivan ihe well known cat
tle man c:.nie bo yesterday from Pbe
nix. He b.-s lieen iu California for
-ome time loofciag i.t'er cattle there.
Ion Lawler returned ban evening
bnaat a five weeks' visit to Kansas
City. He says thai unusually cold
al hi r bat areaaUad thara4aria the j
1 ,; Burns returned last evening
In. .ii a week'.- trip in the mining sec
lin.n- east of Pre-cott. hunting for ore
for the Val Verde concentrating
Ih-uggist W. P. fill Hlanri left on
this Morning's train for Los Jbnjajnj
tor a visit with bis wife and loy. He
will be absent for about ten days or
t" .'."i ks
The L'niied States civil service com-,..i--ioii
anno inoea tl.at on March -24,
DBS, wm examinat i..u will Im held al j
in- u.-ii d plaeea Btr the position of
Dr. uud Mrs. E. 15. Ketch.-rside i
came up on luis ui.roii.u s iitiiu iroin
Vuma. Tin ir daughter is reported
quite sick al Camp Verde, ami they
are en route to her bedside.
The regular ntjartatty examination i lv ,h' M"1"" '.V the
of teachers for certificates has been in 1 Journal-Miner union of the tem
pi -ouress for the past two days under tories wheu all other menus failed,
direction oi Bupei intendenf J. Bf!
Jolly. There are two applicant-
F. I Ruwell, a newvpaper man m
'-. u u -r . ttaiue, formerly coiinic.e.1
with; h' ffniauhnri Journal, of that
I d hi- itn red in Prescott last evt mug
ol laeatiag here bo engage
iu - cle.-s of business.
A venire was issued yesterday b
Judge Sloan for six; MB trand jum,. -
ntaraabte Haaah SS, aud fifty trial
juror-, returnable March ML There
are twenty one prisonen awaiting
trial on changes. .t ielony.
rfaawi today let
1 he lioaPi ol si!)
the stationery contract for the coaling
reejf :.. t
kVoosier. of Present.
( o account ol the sickness of Geo.
Sliermali the sessioli was short, tile
board Ijoarning thh fternoon.
,. , , ...
( 'A Koppelman, who resigned his
position with P. Mohn ft c'o. several
days ago. to acc. p; a position with
the Scmiton. Pennsylvania. Interna
tional correspondence school, return
ed this morning irom a visit to !'ht
ui.x ou husiues.- connected with the
-ch .ol. He expects to remain in
pre-cott for m vera! day.-.
H. A. GorMn, of the Bniki pharm
acy . tin- rec'-ive.l a i I ol a v. ry !li-
teresiiug issue of the New Oriaana
Picayune, from ! r Otto, w ho recent
ly returned t.. i hal or. . It contains
u,It it .illy colored i I In-: rat ions ol
the floats Bead in th. lardi Oras. and
.K-oupies sixteen page- of the paper.
It gives one an excelieut idea of tb.'
gorgeoasuess of the iarade.
Western Star. Itobekah lodge No. !,
1. O. O. F.. will giw- . -oug so-ial at
Odd Fellows hull ou Friday night.
March ti. Bvwjbody i- invited to a'
tend. Gtoad prograanaai and good
Uaae assured. Everyone who attend
i reiple-Ied to reple-elll some solle I
and prizes v. ill tegion to the one'
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re i ntd. fbi entertainment mil
be given for the benefit of the Odd;
I'. llow.- home. ,
'","' u " l '"' Ml ' ' W-
Tabor, who died yesterday afternoon
mi her residence in ad Preaeott will
tain i-.ee ton,,, i,.,w in ..ruing at 10::,
i ci oca. irom ue wesi rresoon Mem-
odi-t church, South. Friend.- and ac-
ineintaneee n inrfted to attend, j
I teeaaaad was a meal estiaaahle yonng 1
n (.. loved bj all who knew her.
She wa- boi ii twenty two year-ago in
iteti.tei son. Missouri, nanra aer pa
rents still reside She bas. brother
and si.-t.-r residing mi Lamar. olo-
r do, and to all bar relative- tin-
ahnounoeaieTil ol her death will com.
as a severe shook a- they were not ad
Final of her sicknem at all. Leslie
i asrand Mn rnoline ThoMpeon two
of hei fornie. icbooiaaates came up
from Phenix this awMtring on being
advi-'d ot her death to attend the
BanernL lr. Tabor base fatln-i and
two tirother-. whom grial over her on
y death is M poignant as that of
the In icaved biisb. D.I. as they lov-.l
le-r as , .laughter and -i - . r.
ROTICE TO fXXTKACIOBS.
I'rop .-.l- aaated for building Wil
on tneatn und bneinen Uoak; Plant
au.i sp.-.'iticat ion- at ollne of Whil
tlesey and Elliott. MB -0
WILL EXAMINE OFFICE.
si it. sinan Howe is doing valiant
Mrvice tnr Secietury StHlard. as
HuHj,ist working for t bo interests of
i the tax ayei-s of the territory, in his
efforts to prevent the fees received
Imin tiling ai tides of incorporation
beaa 111 li.vt oppomOB to the
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i iciin h-i ni to pun i in in.
Mr. Howe is a
ieinoorat. aud the quest ion of his vio
lation of democratic pledges, is a
siibj.ct for iiis own conscience, and
the party he represents, although the
.ill ire territory has a direct interest
in the matter. If the 150,000 or more
rtnvivod from these fees could be
turned into the territorial treasury
every vear it would -make a snug Ut
ile sum to rellew- tax payers of.
legislature docs no! seem in
''lined to be willing to blindly follow
Ihe leadership of Mr. Kowe on this
whjaol though, as immediately P0
Ins gagging the minority of the eom-
mittee from reading its report, th.
fo!owuig resolution was adopted:
"Resolved. That the -peaker of
ihis house appoint a committee, of
five niemlft- of this house, "f which
t lie speaker .-hall be t he chai rinali. to
examine the report of Isaac T. Stod
dard, -ecretaiy of the territory, traus
tnltted to tlii- house by the (lovernor.
relative to the lee- collected by said
secretary in connection with the ar
i ides of laooi Duration filed in hi.-
oitice and to examine and inve-tigaie
,e ,,rlice af said secretary of the ter- J
,.;,,. y in resiH-t to all fees colbvted
h him under authority of any act of
the territory of Arizona, aud nan in
the discharu. oi such luty. the said
commiUee is I ereby emmwere.l to
and for book.-, papers aud persons,
and administer oaths and examine
witnesses under oath, ami report the
resiili of such examination aud inves-
tigai ion tot his house. "
Speaker P .we s then ap)iuted the j
following committee: )'Connell, St.
Charles. Williams and Cowan. It issaid
when the committee was aunounced.
Secretary Stoddard, who was on the
oar of the bouse, made an uncom
plimentary remark concerning the
The Journal Miner is airaui to the
fraud wit ii its old time howl that the
Courier simps and snarls at it. when
tbe fa. is are that few issues ot the
lou' iial-.Miner have leeu devoid of an
uncalled for dig at this paper since
I lie lab- Clark Chiuchill b.ought the
-'--M. man to Prescott for tbe express
purpose of wiping the Courier off the
earth. Courier. There has uot been
a line in the .lo'irnal-.Miner tor weeKs
of any refereaee to its snarling con
temporary until the latter came out
on Saturday with several columns at
tack iiiL this paper as an alleged reply
to charges against the legislators for
uot keeping their promises.
Our morbid contemporary speaks
about the Journal -M iner crawling into
the rear end of the Ives band wagon.
hi the territorial consolidation ques
lion. Our couteuipoiary has alway.
' n -oaie.vbat crosseyed when look
oie at the Tiwnaal Hfliwa'n act Km.
As it "roaPtecV this paper longtime
before Ive. inXioduned hi- n-olntion
for i'- position on that anaation,
making false representations iu order j
to try to create prejudice against tb
paper, it seems as it Ives had crawled
into the rear end af the Journal-Miner
band wagon. The Ives resolution was
At Monday's -e ion of the lower
house of Die legislature a resolution
..a- a lopied renon aci ng aud deuouue
iug the autiah of thecoiiucil iu fav
oring admission under a union of the
irizoaa and New Mexico as a single
-t ite. The resolution fairly bristled
nth sent imeiit and repudiated iu toto
M expression ol the council resolu
tion. Of course tie -. two coiitlicling
resolutions, telegraphed to congress,
will only tend to bnaea tfea chances
ot statehood uu ier any conditions
H btM hour bill as amende,! in the!8 Couiiell.-yille Coke company's
council ana alas pa ei by the house
and will now go to the governor.
An article appeared on Saturday in
the Journal-Miner iu reference to the
lire department trouble.-, which some
h s construed a- a reflection on the
old city council, although the lan-
nane is not callable of such a con
st ruction. Speaking of the aapnrt-
i al Mayor ilurmistei' says that the
B d ipartaMnl never made a demand
.r a raancal on the , itv council which
was not granted. Nan Imse was pur- !
chasi.l and all the apnarattta asked for,
The actions of Stoddard's man
Kowe in the boose, in preventing the
reading in full ol ihe minority re
: 'it, should oien the eyes of the
boneet saeoibars.ol the house. Such
' mtieS show the cloven loot, aud are
- unple of thl work thai is being done
by Stoddard's hirelings day and
night to defeat Governor Brodie'a
recominelidat ion - Bjflbee Keview.
Alioiil tile most conlemnt i ble thine I
a man can be guilty of is to po. -on
log. MiiIethe .loiirnal Miner editor
is not a dog faiiicer. ami il
lit. I IU I
ticalar lover of the canine race.
i. l. lo.ee ii, .1,11 in., t be -.Hi - '
inal-.and has no -vnpat.iv, or, he brute
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Our snarling oontompornry thi.-
morning refers ...the Los Angeles end
, i... t.,., Mi..-.- arm n htm iW.
, ...i.i.i m i.. ti.is
.,lrlllti. Miner was not
NW..,. lllH, it Uiili ..j, .ngelos
Tin- editor of the Tucson Citizen is I
elated over the prospect of Oh wtnra j
of knee breeches again as the stylo
tor men. J he afaaaaan editor nngni !
beaten the erenl by adopting the ous-1
Wa.-hincloli. March '.I. Secret I ry
Hay and Sir Michael Herbert, loday
exchanged nil itica! ions of the Ales
kna bonndary treaty. Prenarattoae .1
the oases of the two sides will ptoceed
rapidly a they must Is- submitted to
ii w il Inn sixty days.
Wolioy'- lung ointiiient - genuine
itid good jii-t r.N'eivsl direct fron.
Mr. Wooley bv Ih isley I h ug Co
Philadelphia. Pa., March "J. Two
strikes, involving :iut men was iuaug
urated here today. Four branches of
tbe I'm tod garmeut makers struck for
shorter hours, aud recognition of the
union. Due thousand carriage mak
ers quit for more wages.
Pari.-. March 2. -President D. R.
Francis of the St. Louis exposition,
arrived early today from London.
He immediately set about meeting
leading political officials, with a view
of encouraging French participation
ill the exposition.
Washington. March :i. Rear Ad
miral Crow niushield. commanding
the European station, has applied for
retirement. He will be relieved of
iiis command by Hear Admiral t'has.
Cotton, at present the commandant at
the Norfolk navy yard.
Dresden. March 2. L. A. O'Krion.
an American dentist has been ordered
to leave the kiugdom on accouut of
his supposed relations with the former
Crown Princess Louise. He will leave
Dresden on Wednesday ami will sail
with bis wife and four children for
America on Thursday.
Home. March 2. Tbe st niggle to
obtain seats for tomorrow's cere
monies at the Vatican ou the occasion
of the teweuty fifth anniversary of the
coronation of the Papa has lieeu uu-pri-oedeuted.
It is expect.nl that more
than 30000 persons will lie present.
Ticket.- are lieiug held at high prices
for the ceremony.
Panama, March 2. A dispatch
from San Salvador today says that
Cenersil Kegaldo. yesterday handed
over the presidency to Gen. Pedro
Escalon. who was declared elected on
r'eliruary 19. This was the tirst
peaceful transfer of tbe presidency iu
fifty years. It caused great rejoicing
thoughout all of Salvador.
Dover, Del.. March 2. The Dela-
w"' legislature this afternoon ended
the deadlock by elect iug State' Sena
tor Frank Alios. L'uiou republican to
the long term of the senatorsbip,
which expires in 1!M7, aud Co- ress
mau Louis II. Kail, regular republi
can to the short term which expires in
966, The result is regarded here as
an Addicks victory.
Washington. Iud., March 2. Train
wreckers, in an attempt to ditch No.
12. one of the fastest express train
M the Baltimore and Ohio South
western road wrecked a fast freight,
resulting in the death of Fireman
llugbey aud Harvery, a friend, who
was learning the stations so as to
work as a fireman. Oue luakeman
was also fatally injured.
Washington. March 'A. Attorney
leneral Knox, on leaving the cabinet
meeting today, aunounced that he
hail received from the Panama canal
company its acceptance of the propos
al which was recently made with re--poot
to the extension of the option
on the company's priqierty held by
ibis government. The option can
now be kept alive nut il the ratifies
tion of the pending treaty.
Toledo, Ohio, March 1 flpiliaali
from Northwestern Ohio show the
ffond situation very serious. in away
iowus the streets are flooded, ieople
a. iorced to move out and railway
(raffic I badly crippled. At Pindlay,
Sjaui .Mottatt was drowned in the street
through the sidewalk.
Nelson Jacobs and Henry Thomas,
wealthy farmers of Findlay. attempt
ed to drive through a mw place in the
road. The horses and Ixitb iiieu were
drowned iu five feet of water.
Loudon. March 2. Terrific seas are
running in the English channel. The
wave- are sweeping the sea fronts of
the south coast towns, doing much
damage Several fatalities have r
snlt.-d ham the oallante varioj
structures. The Dover Calais ma.l
boat. Pas de Calais is reported to be
.lifting helplessly liefore tbe gale with
two hundred passengers ou board. A
large liark U'lieved to belong to
Hamburg has foundered off Landseiid.
The crew iiumhcritii: twenty men
is Mnnaeed la be drowned.
Latrolie. Pa.. Feb. 28. The Hos
situated near here, was the scene
"I a nre .lamp explosion late yesior-
day. It i- thought that seven men
losi their lives. Eight hundred men
were employed in the mine. The
cause of the explosion is a mystery,
ll occurred in what is known as No.
7. which is two miles from the main
entry. Most of the works in the vi
cinity are wrecked. The explosion
was not heard outside of the iniue.
and none except those at work there
knew of it until the men rushed to
" 'aiu entrance, aiming parties
are searching for the missing men.
Hopes are entertained that they may
still be alive.
The ro-ciiers have brought out
seven of the missing miners in an aa
conacioas unadlthan. Two more
thought to lie lead are still missing.
Washington. March 2. The presi
dent today issued the following pr.x--lamatiou
By the president of the Fuited
Slate-, a proclamation:
Whereas, public interests require
thai IHIIglTitl should convene iu ex
i rao- liiiaiy seesion, theref. o, 1,
The., lore Boosevilt, presidcu. of the
United States ot America do hereby
procfadaa, and declare that an extra
or.iinary occasion requires uie .-euaie
. IT..:,. I . . IL.
Oil' LIIIU'.I .llilll's III OIUO'III' ni .lie
" Washington on
the fifth day of March, next at noon.
.if which all persons, who shall at that
time ie entitled to act as members, of
th il body are hereby required to take
not Ice. Oirca u nder my baud and
the Mai of the United States at Wash
iagton, the meond day of March.
nineteen hundred three.
John Hay. Secretai v.
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders
f r Children. Mother Qtajr, foi
ears a nurse iu the CMIdrea'a Homo
ii Now York, troale.1 cbildren sho
os, fully with a rein.tlv. now ptv
.laroi) ami placed in tbe "Inif; stor.-s.
called Mother Gray's Sweet Ponders
:or Children. Thar are harmless as
uiilk. pleas. m; to lake unit never fail
certain cure for feverishness, con
-tipatiou. hea.laolie, teotbiiisf and
-toiiinoli disorder and remove worms
t all druggists. 25c. Don't accept j
my siibatitnte, Sample aenl FREE.
Addram tllen S. Dims lead, u
B rr, . Y.
A Costly Mistake.
Blutld.-rs are sono tiines wrv ox-
pensive h- asioi
the price of a mistake, but mhi'II
eve, Is" wrong it rou take Dr. I
Kuio's New Lite pills i.ir .' spepsia.
'iziiiess, nennanaa, liver ue i we
Ii b!e. Thov at.- gentle yet thor
oub. mGi at all druggists.
HEAD OF LIST
Some Interesting Statistics Gleaned
From Report of Postoffice
It Shows Where the Center of Terri
torial Progress and Prosperity
One of the surest methods to deter
mine the volume of business trans
acted by a city or town or to estimate
the position it occupies in the public
thought is by the business that is
transacted through the ostutiice. In
this respect the report of the auditor
of the postoltico department at Wash
ington. on the amount of busines.
transacted by the three largest offices
in Arizona, which has just lieen re
ceived by Postmaster A. L. Smith, of
Prescott, is very gratifying.
The figures are as follows: Beginning
July. 1, WHO. aud ending July 1. 1MB,
the gross receipts for the office at Pbe
uix were: ''or 1!K1. BM,63h,87; for
l!ri. MtMLSB, or a gain of ! per
cent. For Tucson, during the same
period tbe receipts were: For 1001,
?1t'i.t7.0l; for 1002. 18.700.1!. or a
gain of 12 per cent. At Prescott. the
receipts were : For 1001. 12.007. ti-l:
for 10O2. H4t8Bwlhj or a gain of 20 er
cent. These gains are for the fiscal
year, but the gain for Prescott for the
calendar year of 1!K2 makes even a far
better showing thau that for the fiscal
year, owing to the great progress that
this section has made during the past
eight or teu mouths. The calender
year's business by quarters as follows:
For the year 1001, first quarter
showed receipts amounting to .2078.07:
second quarter. $1824.20; third quar
ter, IBBffLSa.; fourth quarter. SM2
80. amounting in all to 212. 732. 08.
For the calender year 1002 the re
ceipts were: Fir-t quarter $1760.88:
second quarter. -iSOH.'.Hi; third quar
ter. W142.24. lonrtfc quarter. BfaVtSn,
making a total of lti.0t4. 14. a gain of
.'t0Cil.7ti. or nearly H per cent.
Shold this gain keep up two or three
years more Prescott will lie second if
not first on the list ill Arizona. As it
is the figures are very significant, and
shows bevoud the question of a doubt
that Prescott and the surrounding
country is going ahead with greater
strides than any other section in the
PKESCOTTS' FIRE DEPARTMENT.
Mayor liurke has ad.iro.-. ed the fol
lowing communication to the chief of
the fire department in Prescott. which
will explain itself:
"Chief of the Prescott Fire )eiirt
Dear Sir: Will you kindly request
the foremen of the hose companies
and also the foremen of the hook and
ladder eoniny under your juris,! ie
tion to furnish Ihro'igh your otllcofor
file aud record iu this office a com
plele list of tleir present respective
equipment. And also a memorandum
of the requirements of the resH'otive
companies to more fully equip for
efficient work in case of necessity.
V ery respectively.
Dennis A. Burke.
The tire douirtmont of this city has
been sadly neglected for the past
two years, it lieiug impossible to get
Ihe companies together or to get any
thing for tbe men to work with. The
matter has reached a point of almost
criminal neglect a.- the property in
terests of the city cannot Ik- property
protected with a demoralized fire de
irtmenl which baa bo equipment lor
tighliag nm ami the arat thing anj
body knows, if something i- not done,
tbe insurance companies will be ttk
iug the matter up aud an liable to
raise the insurance rates.
The action of the mayui is along
the right line and should be followed
up by tig mom action on the wrt ot
all who have any authority to help
improve lie Eire degmtmant. No iu--titntion
in li e city is more deserving
if the undivided support aud help ot
every citizen ami official than the lire
department, and the men who risk
their lives to save the property of
others should lie given every cousid
oration possible. The Journal Miner
hojies the mayor aud council will
work iu harmony iu this matter and
act at once.
The following programme was ren
dered yesterday afternooon by mem
bom of the CUoniaa Literary society
composed of pupils of the eighth,
ninth and tenth grades of the Prescott
public schools :
Piano solo Clara Logan.
Essay The Youth of (ieorge Wash
ington. Illiss Travis.
Declamation The American I 'lag. ,
Kd Toml inson.
Declamation Lincoln the Man of
the People. Mable Toliey.
Piano duct Mae Cook aud Maude
Declamat ion Andre and Ibile, Joe
K.-say Patrick Ueury. Kloanor
Declamation The Kvpulsion of the
Aca.lialis. Maud Marsh.
Declamation The Hoys. Arthur
Vocal solo Miss Criley.
Essay Abraham Lincoln. Walter
D.s'lainal ion Daniel Webster's
Speech. Virginia Mite.
Current Events Minnie Davis.
Vocal number Misses Smith, Tra
vis. Logan and Kieth.
A VEK STOMACH
cans. a weak body and invites dis- i
ease. Kodol Dyspeisia Cure cures;
and strengthens the stomach, and '
wards off and overcomes disease. J.
Ii. Taylor, a prominent merchant of 1
Chrieaman, Tex., says: "I oonld not
oat because of a weak stomach. I
Install strength and run dowu ill I
weight. All that money could do was
done, but all hope of recovery van
iahan. Hearing of some wonderful
cures effected by use of Kodol. I con
cluded to try it. Tbe first bottle
liouefltted me. and after taking four
Ixittles I am fully restored to un
usual strength, weight and health."
Brisley Drug Co.. Corbiu Bark.
A Frightened Horse.
Kuuniag like :nad down the street
dumping; the occupants, or a hun
drod other accidents, are every day
orcurronces. It hoboore eieryuodT
to have a reliable salve handy aud
there's none as gsxl as BnsgJmM
Arnica Salve. Burns, cuts, sores,
eczema and piles disappear nnieltli
under to aootbing; atfaat 25c, at all
Bate does general viewing- work, tf
MINE WARNING NOTICES!
NORTHERN BELL AND JIT'ITER.
Notice is hereby given that the nndersign
. .1 is the owner of the Northern Bell and
Jupiter mining claims, located in Walker
milling district . Vaviqiui County, Arizona ;
the owner of said property nor the property
itself will Botha responsible for any debts
aoafmnajd tor labor or otherwise during
the time said property is being workd under
leas.- und bond. C. . BROCHIT.
September 4. V.V.
MERTON MOOT? Ot MINES.
Notiee is hereby given that the under
signed is the ow ner of the Morton group of
claims, located in Pine Grove Mining dis
trict, lwaaml County, Ari&.iia. tiaving
bonded the same to the CadilHo Mining
Oampnny : the owner of said property nor
tbe property itself will not be responsible
for any debts e.,i, traded tor labor or other
wise during the time of said bond.
R. M. Dougherty.
June 17. 1!W2.
BIG Bl ti SMELTER.
Notice is hereby given that the George
A. Treiidwell Copper Company has leased
the Boggs mines, smelter and pipe line, and
that the undersigned will in no way be re
siKinsiblo for debts contracted in opcmtfng
COMMERCIAL MINING CO.,
J. S. Douglas, Agent.
October IT. 19!..
Notice is hereby given that the Homestead
mine, located in the Walker mining district,
is now being worked under a bond, and that
the undersigned, owner of said mine, will
not bo responsible for any labor, accident or
debts of the same which may accrue during
the period of said bond.
Prescott. Arizona. Jan. 8, 1900.
Notice is hereby gio n that the Silver Belt
nine, located in the AgM Kria Mining Dis
rid, is now ts ing worked under bond and
lease, and the owner- of said property nor
tl'ie proierty itself, will not be responsible
for any debts contracted against said prop
erty during the time of said bond.
M KS. F. BASH FORD.
HI GH McCRI'M.
Prescott. Arizona. May 22, 1901.
NIGHT HAWK. Et at
The uudcrsigncd. owner of the Night
Hawk. White Hawk, and Scottish Thief inin
tng claims, and Night Hawk mill site, situat
ed in Pm Grove district. VamgBl county.
Arizona, having bonded the same, will not
he responsible for any debts contracted
as nst said property during the time of said
Prescott. Arizona. Feb. 1. 191)0.
ONTARIO GKori'OF MINES.
Notice is hereby give?i tiiatthe undersigned
are the owners of the Ontario group of
mines, located in black Hills mining dis
trict, and that e am not be responsible for
any debts contract.d for labor or otherwise
against said minim: claim by parties work
ing the said Ontario group.
W W. Munds A Co.
Prescott Arizona. Anril 1. 1901.
APPLICATION FOR A PATENT.
Uuited States Land Office, Pres
coft. Arizona. January l. lSKO.
Notice i- hereby given that J. W.
Sullivan, whose postoffice address
1'r.scott. Arizona, has this day
Bled his application for a patent for
4112 linear feet of the Robin.
White Crow and Combination mine
or vein lieariug gold aud silver with
surface ground 000 feet -in
width. on each claim situ
ated iu I (assay am pa Mining dis
trict, county of Yavapai aud territory
of Arizona, aud designated by the
tb-ld notes and official plat on tile in
this ottico a- survey No. l.JCi. Said
survey No. 1 (!." lieiug as follows:
Bainniugg at initial monument
th. not s 10 dog 30 min w oil ft to s c
e. identical with s c e of location,
u-luiri, .M.riibvi V -line - 1IM ins
-ei ..no foot in ground alongside a
mon of stone- 3x3 ft. stone marked
s. c E. R. No. MB& Thanea u T:t
deg 90 mill w .'IlKI feel to for No. 1,
identical with a w ear of location.
Whence L' S L M No 1132 II U brs s
88 dog IB mm W tni ft. Thence u 10
dog .' min e tOi ft to cor No "2 iden
tical with u w cor of location. Thence
s Td deg : min e :1U ft to n c e iden
tical wit b bs-at ion. Same course 300
ft to cor No SL identical with loca
tion. Thence s 10 deg : mill w 1412
ft to cor No 1. identical with loca
tion. Thence n Td dog :) min w :t00
ft to s c e. the place of liegiuuing.
WHITE CROW U)DE.
Beginning at cor No 1 the s w cor
of location. Whence L'SL M No 1132
II I) brs n 10 dec :! min w 11. 045. ft.
Thence n 27 deg 3 I aUa a 1880 ft to
cor No 3 identical with looatiou.
Thence s 88 dog ' nun o 270 ft to u c e
identical with u c e of location.
Bame course 300 ft to cor No 8 which
;s also cor No 2 of Combination lode
0 this survey. Thence s 27 deg .'10
min w 1808 ft to cor No 4. which is
also cor No 1 ot Combination lode.
Thence u 89 .leg 88 min w 300 ft to 8
c e identical with location. Same
course 270 ft to cor No 1. the place
Beginning at cor 'o 1. which is
also cor No t of the White Crow lode
01 t his survey identical with the cor
of the location whence C S L M No
1132 II D bis N 47 dog 42 min w lOul.4
ft. Thence n 27 deg : min e 1500
ft to cor No - which is also cor No 8j
of the White Crow lode. Thence s 02
deg :H min e 300 ft to u c e identical
I with location. Same course 300 ft to
'cor Nod. identical with n e cor of
location. Thence s 27 dag min w
1500 ft to cor No 4 identical with
location. Thence n 02 dog : min w
.(no ft to s c e. identical with loca
tion. Same course 318 ft to cor No 1.
tile place of lieglllllillg.
Robin Lode ' - - . 13.441) acres
Whit Crow Lode. 19.831
acres, loss area in conflict
with Robin lode 8.893
acres - - 17.013 acres
Net area of White Crow
Combinat ion lode 20.ti01 acres
Total net area of lode - .77.72:1 acres
This claim is located on nusiirveyed
land approximately iu twp 12 u r 2
w. ti S K M. in llassayauipa Mining
district. Yavapai county. Ariz., and
is hounded on all sides by govern
Rohan Vein extends from initial
mon ii 18 dog :ki min o 87 ft and s 10
dog :) mill w .".2."i ft White Crow vein
extends from discovery tunnel No 1 u
27 dog :m min o 371 ft and s 27 dog
88 min w 1138 ft.
Combination vein extends from the
discover? shaft B 27 .leg 88 min e TjOO
fl and s 27 dog :ti mill w 1.000 ft.
Tbe amended location of tbe White
Oow claim is recorded iu book 88 of
mines, pages rgV-oOT; amended loca
tion of the Robin claim is recorded
in book .".S of mines, pages .VS-."i0!;
notice of location of the Combination
claim is recorded in Ixiok ." of mines,
pacm 2si 88a,
Any and all iersons 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
lbgister of the United States Land
Ottico at Pieseott. ill tbe territory of
Arizona within sixty days from the
tirst publication hereof, or they will
lie I m r red by the virtue of the pro
visions of tbe statute.
I'KN. S. IILDKKTH. Register.
First publication .Ian. 7. w
l". S. Lais) Office. I'resoott. Ariz, i
Dae. 30. it2. 1
Notice is hereby civeu that the American
'"opper Company. b John J. Hawkins, its
attorney in fact, whose anaa8aM address is
lrescott. Ariz... mi. has made application for
a patent for :S0.HO linear teet of the Iron
King. Western Copper. Bonanza. Sure
Thiuii, Eastern Cupper. Copper Chief. Lime
Kock. Obaaat 1'latter. Cupner Prince No. 1.
Cupper Prince No. 2. Copper Prince. Copper
Mount. Copper Vim. New R..d. Copper
Keade. Copp. r Peach. Copper Princess.
Copper Road. Oenym Dke and Cupper
Produce, be ring gold, silver and copper
with surfac. uround 6li feet in width, situ
ate in Big Hug milling district. Yavapai
county, ArizuriH. and designated by Ihe Held
notes and official plat on file in thia office aa
mineral survey No. 1714, sections 15, lfi, 21.
22 and 28. Tp. 13 u. R 1 e G. A S. R. B. M
said survey being described as follows with
magnetic va rat ion at 14 dog e:
WESTERN COPPER LODE.
Beginning at cor No. 1, which is also cor
No. 2 Copper Chief lod' of this survey, a
porphyry stone lOvlOiL ! ius set 1 ft iu
ground alongside a pine i ost 2i4x4 ft long
in mound of stones; stone marked W C No.
11714 and C C No, 21714 whence U S M
M No 1 B B D brs s 2 dog 51 inin w MU
ft ; thence n 24 dog e 15UU ft to cor no 2;
thence - 6fi deg e 6111 ft to cor No :t : thence s
24 dt w 1.V0 ft to cor No 4. which is also
cor No t Bonanza hide, cor No 2 Iron King
ioae. ana cor .. i ..pp. r i .oue o,
this survey: thence n deg MO feet to
cor No 1. place ot beginning survey or ex-
Beginning at cor No 1. which is also cor
No 2 Iron King, cor No :t Copper Chi. f and
cor No 4 Western Copper hides of ihi- -ur
vey; a porphyry stone SxSxl'4 ins set I ft in
ground alongside a mon of stones mi. pin.
p.iet ; stone marked W C No 4-1.14 and n
No 1-1714 and CC No :t-1714 and I K No 8
1714: whence I'SMM No 1 B B D brs s 70
deg 51 min w :t357.4 ft : thence n SI deg e
1500 ft to cor No 1': thence sWdege .1111 ft
to cor No :t: theuce s-4 deg w l.VxJ ft to
cor No 4. which is also cor .o 1 Sure
Thing, cor No 2 Lime Rock, cor no:t Iron
King lodes of this survey : a porphyry stone
HxlOxlH ins set 1 ft in nr. mad alongside a
pin.- iiost iu mon of stones; stone marked B
No 4-1714. S T No 1-1714. L K No 1' 17M and
I K No :t-1714: thence N H6d.ir ft to
cor No 1. the plaoe of beginning survey of
SURE THIXli LODK.
Beginning at cor No 1. which is also cor
No L1 Lime Rock, cor No. :t Iron King and
cor No 4 Bonanza lod-s of this survey, am
described above: whence I'SM M No 1 brs
s 1 1 deg 1 mm w .ialb.1 ft : thence ri 'J4 deg e
.9.1 i rt : tnenee .4 doge , 2 Copper Peach hale of this sur
2: theme s bh d.g e .l f . ,r d ..ribdabove : whence U S M 11 j
' " ; I i s I'"' N" 1 bra n :i deg 52 min w 42H2.9 ft : thence
o cor No 1 Eastern ( ..pp. r. ... . m lagl ,...r thence s HK
1.VH ft to eof .o
to cor no 3 : then.
No 4. which is also
cor No J Copis r P atter, . or No A Linn
Rock lodes of thissuivey. a p,,rpliyrj stone
10x10x20 ins set 1 ft in ground alongside a
piue post in mon of stones: stun.' mark d -
T No 4-1714. E C No 1-1714. C P No 2-1714.
L R No :-1714: thence n .! deg w !) ft to
cor No 1. the place of beginning survey of
EASTERN COPPER LODE.
Beginn ng at cor No 1. which is also cor
No 2 Copper Platt.r. cor KaS Lime Rook,
cor No 4 Sure Thing lodes of this survey,
cor described above: .. hence t S M M No 1
brs s SI deg 49 inin w 4:t!. 1 ft; thence n 24
den e 1500 ft to cor No 2 : lli.nee s H0d"tfe
HOP ft to cor Xu.t; theue. - 21 dog w 1500 ft
to cor No 4 ; thence n fi deg w rtO f t to c. .r
No 1. the place of
beginning survey of ex
COPPER CHIEF I.'DE
Beginning at cor No 1. which is also cor
No 2 Copper Prince No 1 lode of thissurvey.
a porphpry stone Sxl224 ins set 1 ft in
ground, alongside a pine post in mon of
stones: stone marked C C No 1-1714 aud C P
No 1, 2-1714: whence U S M M No 1 brs n
89 deg 17 mil. w 1993 ft ; thence X H deg I
1500 ft to ci r No 2: th.-ice s M dog . M ft
to cor No :t: Thence s 24 detf w 15011 ft to cor
No 4. whici: is also cor No 1 Iron Kin;;, cor
No 2 Copis-r Prince, cor No 3 Copper
Prince No 1 lodes of this survey j a aaM
stone 5x12x24 ius set 1 ft in ground, along
side a pine post iu union of stones: stone
marked C C No 4-1714. 1 K No 1-1714. C P
No 2-1714. C P No 1. :-1714: thence n ii d. u . 220 ft aud s-24 d. g 12M) ft from thedis
w 600 ft to cor No 1. the place of beginning covery shaft.
survey of exterior boundaries
IRON KIMi LODE
Beginning at cor No 1. which is also or
No 2 Copper Prince, cor No 3 Copper Prince
No 1. and cor No 4 Copier ( hi d lodes of
this survey, cor described it.ov . vnenc.
ISM M .Vi I brs 11 S4deg 2:i6 It : thenc.
n 24deg e 1500 ft to cor No.': theiwe s 66
deg e 6011 ft to c.r No :t : thenee s '4 deg v
1500 ft to cor No 4. which is a' -ocor No I
Lime It.ick. cor No 2 Cooper Mount, cor No j
3 Copper Prince lodes of this ana . a slat, i
stone 4x12x24 ins sJ 1 ft in fjnmad aloimsi.'n
a pine post in nmn of stones mma inark.-d
IK No 4-1714. LR No 1-1715. C M No 2
1714. and C P No B-fflf : thence n Wt a. g
') feet u cor No 1. the place of l go. nr.;;
surve of exterior boundaries.
LIME HOCK Lt IDE.
Beginning at . ..r No 1. which is also cor
No 2 Copper Mount, cor No 3 Copp. r
Prince, cor No 4 Iron Kiiiu lodes of this sui
vey. cor deserilx-d above : whence C S M M
No 1 brs u 80 dea :i8 mil, w 3151.7ft : thenc.
n 24 deg e HM ft to cor No 2: thence s66 ,i. e
e 600 ft to cor No 3 : thence s 24 d'.-g w 1500
ft to cor No 4. which is also cor No I Copper
Platter, cor No 2 Copiier Van. cor aeSCDf
per Mount lodes of this survey . porphpry
stone 6x6x24 ins set 1 ft in ground ajoaajaiaa
a pin, post iu mon of stones, stone marked
L R No 4-1714. C P No 1-1714 (' V No -1714.
C M No 3 1711 : thence n 6. ' dee aaTXIft
to wir No I. place of b, einnini,' survey of
oorm pi.attkic LopK.
BeiiinuiuiC at C4r No 1. which is also c i
No 2. Copper Van. cor No 3 Copper Mount,
and cor No4 Lime Rock lodesof this surv. ij .
cor described above: whence U S M M No 1
brs n 78 deg 18 min w 3732.6 ft : thence n 24
d.g e 1500 ft to cor No 2: thence s 66 d. e ,
600ft to cor No 3: thence s 24 dea w I5KI ft
tu cor No 4: thence n deu w 6111 ft to cor;
I No I place of beginning survey of exterior
COPl'KH ' !NCF Nol LODE.
Biginning.it HW Nol. wh.ch is also cor
No 1 of the Cornier Priam No 2 lata of- this
survey : a porphyry at. ft. 4x12x24 ins s. t 1
foot in ground alonesi.le.i pine N.st i'i inun
of stones.stone marked C P No 1. 1 IT 1 4 and
c ii .... 1-1.1. fr s; m v v . i I,.. .
i. del' lOmiu w I'COft : lh. i c. n -leg .
1500 ft to cor No 2 : thence s i; d.-g .unit to
cor No 3:theuce s 24d.i! UBOft to ear Not.
which is also cor No 1 Ooppar Prince, cor
No 1 New R.d and cor No 4 Copper Pi lac
No 2 lodes of this survey a slate stone Ix.tix
88 ins set 1 ft in the uround alone. id.' I piue
lost in mon of stones: stone mark, d t 1 o
l .yo 1-1.14. a tt i-i. 14. y; r
No 2-1714: th. nce n 6f. d.-g w IHI ft to cor
No 1. the place of beginning survey of ex
COPPKR PR1NCK LOOK
Beginning at cor No 1. which is also cor
No 1 New Koud. cor No 4 Copper Price. No
2. and cor No 4 Copper Princ No 1. lod. a
of this survey j cor described ils'v. : v.henee
V S M M No 1 brs n -i'i deg .V min n 2SIU
ft : thence n 24 dvu a I.VJ ft to cor No 2:
thence s 66 deg e 6tW ft to cor No 3: thenc.
s 24 deg w 1.VJ0 ft to cor No 4 : which is also
cor No 1 Copper Mount. o No 1 Copper
Reade. nnd ir no 4 New Uoad leaha of this
survey: a slate stone 4xlH24 ins set 1 ft iu
ground alongside a pine sl in mon uf
stones, stone marked C P aa 4-1714. C M 'o
1-1714 and C R no 1-1714 Bad 1 B ,.4 1714:
thence n 66 deg w 6011 ft to cur no !. place of
beginning survey of exterior t outul iries.
COPPER MOI'N T LODK
Rgiiiiiing at cor so 1. which is elm cur
No 1 Copix r R.ade. c.r no 4 w Koad aud
cor no 4 Copper Prince hides of this survey.
cor desorib.il above, whence C S M M no 1 I
brs n 53 deg w 3120 3 ft thence n 24 deg a
1500 ft to cor No 2; thence s 66 deg e 600 ft j
to cor no 3: thence s 24 deg w HQ ft to cor !
4: which is also cor no 1 Copi- r Van. am i
no 1 Copper Peach, and cor mi 4 Copper;
Reade hales of this survey, a si e st
6x18x30 ins set 1 ft in the ground alongside
a pin.- post in mon of stones: sione marked
CM N 4-1714. C V no 1-1714. C P aa 1714.
and C R no 4-1714: tl.eaa I mdeg m 0 ft
to cor no 1. place of beginning surv. y ot m
COPPER VAN l.ODE.
Beginning at cor no I, which is also cur
no 1 Copper Peach, cor No 4 Copjs i 1!. ide,
and cor no 4 Copp r Mount lodesof tin- siir
vey. cor described above, whence f S ,i M
no 1 brs n H deg 5 mill w 3716.6 ft : thenc
u 24 deg e IBM ft to cor no 2: thaaeeafltdeg
e 600 ft to cor n 3 : thence s 24 dea w ISO i
ft to cor no 4 : thence n 66 deg w 6 11 ft to
cor N 1 the place of bcgiuuiiii; survey of ex
COPPER PRINCE No 2 l.ODE.
Beginning at c.r no 1 which is also em no
I Copper Princ." no I. lode of tlii- surv. ..
cor d.soribed ribove ; whence E S M M no I
brs u 45 deg HI min w !!7'. ft: Name s 24
deg a 8MB ft to .'or no 2: which is also cor
no 1 Copi r Princess I.kIi of this surv. . I
porphyry ataaa 6sx24 ins Ml I ft in gnsmd
alongside a piue iiust in mu . ui ston. s stone
marked C P no 2. 2 1714 and CP no 1-1714;
tjieuce s 61 deg e 6IH ft tu cur nu :: : w hich is
Brno nr aa 2 New Koad cor nu 1 Cupj .1
Riuid. and cor no 4 Oammi I'rinc ss lud. s of
Ihis survey, a shite stone .".1'4. ' n i ..s st t 1 ft
in ground alongside a mon . f ston.s sur.
rounding a pine lHist. stone marfced CP no
2:4-1714. N K Nu 2-1714. C It Nol 17'. I i
P no 4-1714: tnenee 24 aV a tma ft t i
no 4. thence H deg w .in fi at to cor !
Ihe place uf Is ginning survey uf
NEW ROD LOOK.
Beginning at cor no 1. whi.-h is also cor
no 1 Cp r I'rinc'. cur N 4 Copiier Prince
No I and cur no 4 CupHT Prin.-e nu 2 -
)l this survi-y, nr u-Hrilfi Ihvi j hftuv i
T- 2J M M .... 1 1 ., ... A ts ...i ' ".In t. J
.! .! O 1 IU?' II L' UlU -f llllll . p-, .. ' -
tt : thence s L'4 il.r w m fl to cr no
thence R Wi den . l ft to cor N:i. which
Is IUS. Cor NO 'J ( tipper te . ll . Co! I o !
per Dyke, and cor No 4 Copper Road 1 -t.s
of this survey, a slat, ston, )e:' Ulna t I
ft in ground alongside a pine xi-r -urn.
ed by mon of ston. s. -tune mark- .1 K no
.1-1714. C R no J-1714. c D no 1-4714; and C
R no 4-1714 : thence ii J4 d.-g 15Ki ft to coi
No 4 : thence n iK deg w a) ft tu c T Nu 1
place of beginning survey of exterior b. ,11111'
COPPER R K ADE l.ODE.
BeginningatcurN.il, which is al-u .-or
No 4 New Road and enr Nu 4 Copper I'm.,
and cor Nu 1 Copier Muuut survej 1714. COC
described above: whence 1" S M M no 1 brs
n Si deg w M Jt.X fl : thence s u'4 d.-u Usu
ft to cor no : thence . uS deu' MW ft to rot
no S, which is also cor nu J Cupier Pen. '
ani No 1 Copi'r Irlwe. and cor No 4 C 1
per Dyke lodes of thia survey, a slate Haas
tattBaQ ius set 1 ft in ground aJonaaaaV
pine iost in mon of -tones, stone inartiad C
R :-1714. C P no J-1714. C P no 1-171 1 and
C D no4-171 4: thenee nl'4 dog. 1500 ft to . 01
Nn4:thenci 11 deg w tt) ft to or no I.
place of beginning surrey of evteriur boxind-arlea.
COPPER PEACH LODE.
Beginning at cor .to I. which is also cor
I ( upper It .-..de. cor so 4 Copper Mount,
aud cor no 1 Cooper Van lodes of this sur
vey, mon described above : whence I S M M
no 1 brs n 55 dog 5 inin w. X'16.6 ft. thence
s 24 d.-g w l ft to cor mm 2; thence s M
dog e WOO ft to cor so :t: thence n 24 deg
1500 ft to cor no 4 ; thence n 6 deg w 600 ( t
to cor No 1, place of beginning survey of
COPPER PRINCESS LODE.
Beginning at cor No 1, which is also cor
- .. , ST . . I I . .LI.
No 2 Ifcjpper rnnoe no 3 ioae oi mis sur
v.. i V .. . ,' .1 . ... . jTi: .1 f? K..i,u - "'-I .
, w lM) f, u Nl ... th,.nct. M dt,K e
. .. nnce 24 dea e 1500 ft:
tj 0r 4; lhvucv n HK deg 600 ft to cor
m, 1. place of beginning survey of exterior
j COPTER ROAD LODE.
Beitinning at cor no 1, which is also cor
Nl, 4 Copper Princess, cor so 3 Copper
I prince no 2 and cor no 2 New Road lodes of
this survey, ecr described above; whence L"
S M M so 1 brs n 24 deg 1 min w :t2!t.7 ft
thence s 24 deg w 15U0 ft to cor so 2: tbenee
s W deg e Kim ft to cor so 3 ; thence n 24 deg
e 1500 ft to cor so 4 : thence n fifi deg w litti
ft to cor no 1. place of beginning sarvey of
COPl'ER DYKE LODE.
Beginning at cor so 1. which is also cor
so 4 Cepi r Roud. cor No :t New Rosd. and
cor so 2 Copper R.ade ludea of this survey,
cor described aboe : whence X S M M so 1
brsn 30 deg 0 min w :!7K2.K ft: thence s 24
d- u ' 151 W ft to cor No 2: thence s bK deg e
131) ft to cor No :t: thence n 24 deg e 1500 ft
to am No 4 : thence n W deg w 500 feet to
cor No 1. place of beginning survey of ex
COPrKR PRODUCE LODE.
Beginning at cor No 1. which is also cor
No 4 Copper Dyke, cor No 3 Copper Reade.
dag am ft to cor No :s: aWnaa n 24 deg e 1
I rii r f 1 1 cor No 4 : thence wi deg w fit) ft
to'eor No 1. plac-of beginning survey of ex- j
W esteru Cornier vein extends n 24deae 400
ft.- 24 .leg w 1100 ft from discovery shaft. Bo- i
nanza vein extends I 24 deg w 237 ft. n 24 j
deg e 1263 ft from discovery shaft.
Sure Thing vein extends s 24 deg w 100 ft.
B 24 deg e 1400 ft from the discovery shaft.
Eastern Copper vein extends s 24 deg w285 i
ft, n 24 di . 1215 ft from discovery shaft.
Copper I luef vein extends n 24 deg e 425 1
I ft- s 24 deg
1075 tt rrom trie discovery :
Iron Kiiuz vein extends nly 320 ft to n c e j
) and sly 1180 f t to s c e from discovery shaft. I
Lime Rock vein exteDde s 24 deg w 570 ft i
! and n 24 deg e ictO ft from the discovery i
Copp r Platter vein extends n 24 deg e 700
j ft and s 24 deg w 800 feet from discovery
Copper Prince No 1 vein extenda s 24 deg
w 80 ft. n 24 deg e 1420 feet from discovery
Copper Prince vein extends n 24 deg e 120
ft and s 24 deg BM ft from the discovery
CopMT Mount vein extends u 24 deg e 550 j
ft and s 24 deg w !50 ft fromdiscovery shaft
Copper Van vein extends n 24 deg e50fti
and s 24 de 145nft from discoyery shaft.
Copper Prince No 2 vein extends n 24 deg
ew K.dvein eteiids n 4 ueg e ouo it
and s 24 deg w WOO feet from discovery tun
t'oimcr Reade vein extends n 24 deg e 360
I ft ana s 24 deg w 1140 ft fromdiscovery
( 'upper Peach vein extends n 24 deg e 680
ft inil s 21 dec w 820 ft from discovery shaft
Copiier Prlaetm vein extends n 24 deg e
fl and - J4 (leg w 1200froui the discovery
Conper aoad vein . xteuds n 24 deg e 180ft
and s 24 deg w 1320 feet from the discovery
Copper dyke vein extends n 24 deg e ll i
ft and s 24 deg i:iO tt troui discovery
Copper lroduce vein extends n 24 deg e
17". ft ind s 24 deg w i:!25 ft from discovery
Inn King h.do
'.V. st.rii Cupper lode
s-ure thing lode
Eastern Copper I )de
Copts r Chief lisle
Li. at1 i;e, k lode
ChmaM Platter lode
Cnppm Prince an I lode
Copie r Prince so 2 lode
Cupper Prince lode
Cper Haamfl lde
C..ps-r fan faah
',' i ! Iud.'
' ,im r ae.nl. Iide
. 20.1 '
. 20.66 "
. 20.66 "
. 20.66 "
. 20.66 -
vZEpS 'cVi!'.e!.il"!ie.'; .'.'.'.'.'.'.';
. '.mta-r a-sal bale
c pi r Dyke lode
OapaM r Produce lode
' Total area lode claim
hl ,., , ,, .aid : E.
(' , . ( . . . . r mm
- claims un-
., ;, ,.,!,. ,,. . SieMI lod
snrvej.d: S. by u"ernment land: . by
, pool Matte. . ..p r Kim and copper Bur
h3 1. .', elaims misiirvey. d.
in. ud.il !. ti. :: notices arc recorded in
the records ol .ivap:ii cum. ly in the uftice
uf the county recorder at Prescott. as fol
lows: Name of claim. Bool; af Mine-
E.,..'.. t uisor
' Cupper Plato i
Conn r Plod act;
W estern Copi-r
I Coper Peach
. Iron tvin;
1'oti.ier Van 611 -lUO
( upper Mount 60 '.L'
Co;.per Ream 6ti 881
Bonanza 52 8
Copjier Prill.. No. '.
Sure Thmg )
Lime R.vk H aa
OoppmCfnaf 88 w
Copier Prinw 4 106
Copiier Ham No. 1 56 331
Copper Priuci-ss 60 H
aa Road 4t 132
Any and all persons ch.in ng adversely
any portion of the said mii.ing claims, or
-ny of them, or surface ground thereof are
rc.piir.il t.rtiie their adverse claims with
ihe register of the land office at Prescott. in
the coiinly of Yavapai. Arizona, during the
mdary period of publication hereof, or they
will tie barred by virtue of the provisious of
KKN S HILDRETH. Register.
Kir.-t pul.'i.-ation Dit. :. 1W2.-D
IN THE DISTRICT t'td'RT. OF THE
FlU'RTH It'DICnt. DISTHICT. TER
HITORV OF AKI.ONA. COI'NTY OF
N. A. Morford.
The Slate I ek . ining Co..
Sumnious No. 3561.
Action hruught in tlie District Court
tin Fiiurth .ludicial District, in aud for the
county of avapai. territory of Arizona.
The territory ot Arizona sends greeting to
The Slate Cre k Mm iug Co.
You are hereh summoned aud requir.H
j to appear in au action brought against yon
hv the above imiii.n1 iilui.ititf. in the district
aa rt ..t the fourth judi. ial district, iu and
lm the county uf Yavai. in th- territ ory of I
Arizona, and ans.er the complaint Hied
with the clerk uf tin court at Prescott. iu j
said couuty. la cupv of which complaint ac- j
companies this summons), wiiiiiu umij
days, i exclusive ..f the day of service I. after
the son ic upon you of this Sumnious. if
sc .vi: bin this comity : in all other ease
thiri .::;.. after the service of this Sum
n ns apaa you i.-xclusi.e of the day of ser-
And paa an hereby notified tnat if you
I fin. to apiear aud answer Ihe complaint as
iiir.il. the plaintiff will bike judg-
in-. I by default against you and judgineut
i,.r . ..sts and disbursements in this b'half
ex 1- nd.il.
(ii.en under my hand and s.al of said
cuurt it I'r. utt. this IHth day of .lanuary.
A. D. l!r,t. J. M. WATTS,
S, al Clerk.
first Publication Jan. -1. 5t-w
NOTICE OF FORKEITl RF..
Pre-H-ott. Arizona. 4au. 17, 1!WK.
To R. K. St. watt and Mrs. Willie I.Stewart,
their H. ir and Assigns:
Yon an bcreta ulifled tlaaat I have e
mrded daring the .ear 1302 One Ha-dred
D , - i 01 ii :ib.r and improvements
open tin allneral Hib mining cutimitnat.
W alker Miuiug District. Cuunty of Yav,.
pn . Territory of Arizona, the nut.' of looa
1 1. w hereof is of r vonl in the office uf the
Count R. c.rd. r. iu Bk 57 of Mines, at
. Mill, Miuii s H 1 .d io:ij ii Coun
ty. Arizona, in order to hold aaid c alm on-
der the provisions of Section 2324 of the Re
vised Statutes of the United States and the
amendments thereto concerning annual
labor upon mining claims. H being the
mount required to hold said claim for the
period ending December 31. 19t)B.
And if, within ninety '90) days from the
personal service of this notice, or within
ninety 9Ui days after the publication her.
of. you fail or refaee to contribute yoxu
proportion of said expenditure as co o
yo r interest in the said mining claim ''Il
become the property of the subscriber, your
co-owner, who has ade the reqtu! -
j -end it nr. by the terms of said Section 2324.
First publication -Inn. 28. I'M'., -t
Notice For Publication.
Land Office at Preaeott. Aria..
Jan. 19. 1903. f
Notice is hereby given that the following
nam. d settler has tiusl notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said .roof will he made be
fore Register and iKwixer at Preaeott.
Arizona, on Thursday. February 26. MS,
viz: William Simpson, for the w of se .
s , sw ;4. and lot " sec S, twp 14. r 2 w.
He names the l.-llowing witnessess to
prove his continuoi.s residence upon, aud
cultivation, said lane, viz:
7.. T. Stone. August Troatz. John Weston.
James Croxdal". all of Pre-cott. Arizona.
FEN S, HILDKETH.
First publication Jan. 2!. iw)
H. E. PEOPLES
Clothes Cleaned and
Removed to Rear
of Brick Building former
ly occupied by Mrs. No
bles. Fourth Door From
S. A. LOGAN !
No. 1 23
WFST G ODWIN STRbET
At the UU Manii
91 UTH SIDE PLA
ELECTRIC PHONE 61
Complete stock of PI .lulling
Ouudh always u hand
OPPER, TIT "d
SHEET IRON WORK
Looaio.l in Brecht's (:. . .-. -0,
p. Brecht's Blacksmith Shop.
AT ALL SEASONS OF THE YEAR
Si W W vV
SI W St
"rs R. R. BLAINE'S
I FOR ...
rMi friOttST P?.
iv, bCRC: ah" Cl6..rtii
"Old Crow'r Whiskey
AiwayN o Tp.
This popular resort is a omier
NKW MANAUK.MKNT Kx
porienced Cxiks and First
Qmm Waiters. Unr j-nvat-rooms
HEALS 2?c. s and 5oc.
Short onleis djaj ami might.
Paironao S. licite.1.
A Skeleton in the Closl
This is more truth than myth
bathrooms, and where the closed ii
itu2 floui i-li. s. Wr. on shell, ring a f
of death and disease when our ; umbln J
the only healtntul. -ate. reliable kind?
Our work on flannels we k.uaiM '
Kverything up to date. Pres.
Steam Laundry. 1-1 it
, t hV Patronage SaffU ed.