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IDAY, MAKUliltJ, 18S2.
Subscription, 5.(10 per Ycsir. TUNING NOTES. Reliable information comes from the Tip top country in regard to tlie great richness of mines in that section. The Tiptop ledge, at the GOO-fuot level, is 3 feet wide, and carries ore worth several hundred dollars per ton. Teams are constantly hauling ore from mine to mill, and a large dividend will soon satisfy owners in this property. The Tiptop has been an expensive property to open and develop, nevertheless it has jvud its way, and several fine dividends have been declared. With the present openings a great deal of good ore Kin be cheaply taken out, and for a long time no considerable outlay will have to be made in operating this fine property. To Mr. Weber, Superintendent, and Mr. Brown, foreman of the mine, is due much praise for careful and good manage ment. Southwest of the Tiptop, Messrs. Roden Lurg & Co. have a group of fine mines yielding high grade ore, which are 'continu ally being developed in workmanlike shape. Their mines are located on Tule Oreck. con t t-HK-nt, of course, to water and wood, and are a desiiable property for capitalists who wish to operate on a large sculo mines and machinery. Thus could wc continue to record every few hundred yards fine mining properties frfm Tiptop to Prescott, a distance of Co miles, had wc an inclination. The country between the two points i3 one mass of quartz and ledges rich enough to satisfy the most greed prospector, but the very, es sential element required capital is want ing for their proper development. ( ;i Big Bug, Turkey, lynx, Hassayauipa ,uid Groom Creeks a great many men are uusy mining, and doing well.. At Walnut (irve a furnace is in operation, aud silver bullion is coming out in quantities ti satisfy t'ut- owners. At Mceville the Tuscumbia mill and mine xi e in operation, and the results are very yHd. Thousands of dollars have during the last few months been shipped from this Jiannel. Tle mining industry is on the gain, audit lew montfib. hence will find us with a big Loom. OUR NEXT DELEGATE. That Oury wants, to be our next Delegafe there is but little douV. That Ben Morgan wants to uecomeacandiuatc iortlir"t--.uTc- is no y"Aiut: mat Hon. John CI. Campbell will be in the field we are pr.-pared to state is a fact. Who will be the successful man? Campbell will have the money to carry his point. Now, with the.v war horses in the field, it seems to us that the importance of the matter should incite Republicans to action. Wn wa.nl. a IIvm. wiiln-.nc.-il.-n nt" J, ?!v;n fo battli ic'""iAJlsi,"T Mill" rtgumsr. me uisivy batteries of the Democracy of Arizona. Wo don't, want any lame limb of tli Republican family to poke his nose into the pie, but a regular rustler, who cm iirdit and win. Let us arise and put on the harness read' to pull and win. Northern Arizona is entitled to the next Delegate, and it appears to ur, that Hon. A. E. Davis could win. No d-a duck are wanted for the l.iee, and their propositions will be rejected. A bill was reported to the Se:iatc, in com mittee of the whole, on the Gth instant, for the relief of Major Win. M. Maynadicr, Paymaster U. S. Army, providing for the payment to him of 63,720.50, the amount paid by hnn into the U. S. Treasury in liquidation of a deficiency in his accounts at Prescott, Arizona, caused by lobbery com mitted by bi clerk, D. D. Chandler, on April 3, 1S7G; and also the further sum of $100. paid by Maynadicr for the arrest of Chandler, both sums having been recom mended by the board of inquiry. The bill was reported to the Senate without amend ment, ordered to be engrossed for a third reading, read the third time and passed. 'Can't some one get up a match between Charley Beach and Donald Bobbf Dick Rule in the Tombstone Nugget. Yes. Beach would have something to say about those moonlight (or no moon) raniblcs of Dick and , beneath the apple and peach trees and through the vineyard of one of our old friends on the Rio Graude, for a period of eleven days and nights mostly nights until the black-hearted de ceiver was told to find new quarters. Do yor understxnd, Dick Rule? Our treatment was for salvation. "Rule's, for destruction. State Superintendent Bloss. of Indiana, has given notice that every school trustee who fails t-i change school house doors so that they will swing outwardly, is liable to a lino of not more h:t:i 100 and not less than 10, with imprisonment if deemed ad visable. As there are some 3,000 school houses in Indiana the chango will cost no small sum. The confirmation of General Unfits In galls as Quartermaster-General was accom plished without serious opposition. Senator Beck made speech directly against the policy of appointing officers to higher rank merely to retire them. It is believed that General lr.galls will at once make new as signments of chief qiiurtcnimteis in all the great military divisions. Twenty names have been luiiided us since yesterday .is eminently fitting to le sent forth to the voters of Arizona, at tlioNovein bcr election; for Delegate to Congress. We havo examined them closely and find they are old spavined nags, whose days of use fulness have long since passed into oblivion. According to our dispatches, the Stalwarts arc having a little breeze. Wc take but little stock in telegraphic reports in regard to Stalwarts, as the reports are made up by the green grass clement, which is so conspic nous around the cnpitol building at Wash ington. T'ic Albitquerq'ie b.orwlthc 10di i:is., stays two c;ir 1o..iih of miiYs for t'te Atlantic fc I'nctti.-at. 1 JVtso ft line will .s'.ippi'.l riM '. t W '11 -d .3. THE TnEATEH. Our "professionals," as they arc no longer to be classed with "amateurs' after their "fine hit" last evening in the comic, opens of "Rose of Aiuorgno" and "Penelope," drew a crowded house. Tho performance cjmnienccd with "Rose of Auvergne," a plav2 in which the celebrated Alice Oatcs gained so much fame, with Miss Jessie Stevens as "Fleurotte." A gentleman who was present, and endowed with a critic's eye, pronounced Miss Stevens the peer, if not the superior to Alice Cites, in this charming comic oper.i. This is praise enough for any one. "Alphonse," the shoemaker, by Dauphin, of course was excellent, because Joe never undertakes a task beyond his ability to exe cute; and, as for "Pierre," the blacksmith, by Harry Carpenter, we are tempted to say not one word, know ing full well that our criticism must fall short of doing him jus tice. 'Tcnelope," with which the evening's en teraiument concluded, was very enjoyable and splendidly handled. Miss. Stevens sang with her usual sweetness, while Miss Irish, with her pure, sweet voice, was all that could possibly be expected or desired. Her part was well taken, and elicited con siderable applause. The gentlemen, Clarence, Dauphin and Carpenter were at home in the play, end 'brought the house down." The perform ance was a success all aiound, and we hope the "professionals" will give us some more of the same kind of acting. General Fremont has been dilatory in pressing his claim to Alcatraz. He paid $5,000 for it originally, and the government has spent C'8, 000,000 upon it. Just as it stands it would be of no value to Fremont or airy other private citizen. If he has an equitable claim, however, it should be settled. Post. A bill has been introduced in the Ohio Legislature providing that in all cases of ac quittal for murder on the ground of insanity the jury shall no find in its verdict, and the pereon so acquitted shall go to the insane f-syluni for life. Arizona, of her fifteen or sixteen news papers, has but three or four that are out spoken Democratic, and some of them are sadty mixed. Purdy, of the Yuma Free Press, is Simon pure, and perhaps Hughes, of the Star. In Tucson the wind blew down a largo adobe house, in which were domiciled ten or fifteen persons. No one hurt. a t 4 m TF.CIAL TO THE MINI It VISITORS TO THK ASSASSIN1. MAjiiii.MiToy, .i.laicii x-,.- iiunmtus of visitois visited tho jail in which the murderer Guiteau is confined, on Sundav, but were unablo to ratify their curiosity, because ot the orders issued that no visitors.sliould be admitted on Sundays, Gtntean was an-j Doyed at fi; because he expected to make 2iiTrtc Rale of Lis pictures and autographs. It is his custom to importune visitors to make-purchases, theprocecds of which, lic says, he intends to devote to pay the best lawyers to defend him in the court in banc. He isst:ll a3 vain a3 ever. KIIMCNIU AM) 1IIK bUI'KEME JciF.snir. Senator Edmunds has lcconsidercd his resolution relative to the offer uiadehim last week, of the Supreme J udgeship. The mat ter hail been held open at the special re quest of his friends. Judges of the Si:,- preme Court have lent their influence 111 a quiet way to persuade Mr. Edmunds to go on the bench. When he first refused he was depressed by the sad news from a physiciau about a member of his own family and not capable of considering the subject fairly. DOMINATIONS BY THE l'ltESIDENT. The President has nominated Judge Blatchford for the Supreme Court Bench and John Russell Young as Minister to Chili. HIE MORMONS AT TUrJK DEVILISH 'WORK. Raleigh, (N. C), March 14. In Gaston county, this State, the people still coniinue to have trouble with the Mormon Mission aries, who arc said to have captured the King's Mountain Baptist Church, situated on the battlefield of King's Mountain, they having made converts of some sixty of its members. A great number arc flocking to them from the vicinity. Two Eldeis, call ing themselves W. C. Burton and J. M. Easton, are engaged in tho work prose lyting. They baptize and receive into the Mormon faith, fiist requiring all converts to pledge themselves to their doctrines. They have now established a regularchurch there. THE .STKIKK ITT OMAHA. Omaha, March 14. Work has resumed on the contract left by strikers. An inquest upon Armstrong, a citizen who died last night from bayonet wounds, is still in pro gress. There is less excitement in the city than had been anticipated. Slrikeiis iu:ik" no demonstrations thus far. loss or many lives by ax earthquake. Panama, March 14. Intelligencehas just been received here of an ca:th;iiakc in Costa Rica. Advices thus far state that four towns have been destroyed. In Alayucla alone several thousand lives Lave been lost. Those left alive are hnnicie&s. Tin: perils of tiik ocean. San Francisco, March 14. An Empire City dispatch saj-s that u boat with three stilors fr 111 the Australian bark Bulwark, Captain Williams, came in over the bar this morning. They repoit that the bark found eredjon March 1st, twenty-eight days out from Yokahama, bound for Puget Sound, in ballast. These three men wore in the boat when it was lowered, aud swung to rough sea. It got adrift and it was impossible to regain the ship, which was out of sight not morning. The ollicers snd crew, eighteen in number, were left on board with no ser viceable boat and arc probably lost, as the Wit at the time thev left was leukinjibmllv. ROISR!;.lY AT WILLOOX Willeos, March 14. Two civilians and two soldiers were arrested yesterday for stealing government property. They plead ed guilty before Judge IJurke. The soldiers were turned over to the military and the ji(it28im bound cvir to await the action of rbo giand j'vy, which meets in May. I'l l I IIi.II iS MVr.hl' O AKLAXK. r F m-i ci 'I.'ch. At the (Lkl.md city election yesteadai all Rcpubhcancandf dates were e'.ected by large majorities. KOHECRANS WITHDRAWS. Washington, March 14. Rosecrans kas withdrawn from the c mtest for Chairman ship of the Democratic National Convention. freight. Maricopa, March 13. Government, 13, 030; L B & Co, 0040; K & Sines G10; C W B 00, Donee & S, 70; G S P, G00; J W D, 10S0; J B H 270; K & Stevens, 1020. GOSSIP. Chicago, March 15. A Washington spe cial says there, has been a division among the stalwarts, and henceforward the Presi dent intends to run his own machine, and build an empire of his own. Having offered the Supreme Court position to Conkhng and Edmunds, the iVcsident says he has now paid his political obligations to them and will not further cr.urt them. A stalwart ex-Senator says that trouble is brewing, a::d a decided split in the stalwart file is cr.:h g. ConkKnj prvssod t! c claims of Clarence Seward for a place, but was refused, notwithstanding his nomination was sec t.::ded by all tho New Y rk Judges except one. Judge Blackford himself asked for Seward's appointment. This affront will probably anger Conkling. A TELF.OUAM 1'ROM J. CORDON REXNETT Washington, March 13. Secretary Hunt ha! received a cable message from James G 'rdon Bennett at Paris, as follows: have transferred the steamer Lena to Lt. Harbe-, and notified him accoi-dingly. Shi wr-s placed at mv disposal by the pres ent owner until September 1st, as some re repsirs will be necessary to put her in order for use for such party. Will you tele graph Ilarber, giving him authority to take charge of. the Lena on her arrival at Iikutsk and undertake the repairs, etc." The Secretary telegraphed Lieut Harber, directing Umii to take charge of the steamer and have tne uccessnry repairs made. A FORGERY. Cui. aoo, March 15. The Cincinnati Ga- zert', v. hose editor was an intimate per sonal f:;end of President Garfield, pro nouti.i s the alleged Garfield-Rosecrans let ter a it igjry. THE CHINESE RILL. Washington, March 15. To-day, Page obtained the unanimous consent to dispense with the morning hur, and then asked the unanimous consent that the Senate Chinese bill be taken from the Speaker's table and substituted for the House bill. Rice, of Mass., objected, but on being in formed by Page that the bills were substan tially similar, he withdrew his objection and the desirid sui'stiiution was made. The Senate 1 ill was then read in lulL . tCrBi; J W It, 1920; Ellis, 210; G S P, (.70. There is a movement on foot by a party of capitalists redding in Kansas City to build a lino of steamers to run from the cioshing of lie Colorado river to Calville or the Needles, where the Atlantic and Pacific in.y cross, to tho mouth of the river. Fj ee Pres.';. J- i r Edwin Booth played to a $2,000 house in a small city in Alabama rocently. which is said to be the grandest turnout ever given any person in that section. Says the Now Orleans Picayune: The Petersons claims to have sold 150,000 of 'Helen's 13abi s' lately." Great snakes! Helen w;is a trump, wasn't she? Enquirer: Are plants in a sleeping room healthy? Not necessarily. We've seen somo very healthy plants growing in a sleep ing room. Sergeant Mason, v. ho attempted the life of Guiteau, has been dismissed from the scr'-'ice and sentenced to eight years in the Albany l'enite-itii:r 3W A colored www in Christianburg, Va., drinks a pint of coal oil at a time. He ought to be a wicked man, if he isn't. The Osage Iudiant have just ratified a new constituti'-n, modeled on the general principk'3 of stat.e constitutions. Maricopa County is unmistakably Demo cratic. Still she has no Democratic news paper. What's the matter Chas. C. Dodson, an old citizen of this Territory, died in lueson a few days since. I'ii'SCUTT. ACKE E S i W ALKfiR EAT For The proprietorsof this market having secured 100 Fat. Mountain Beef, 50 Fat Veal, 250 Fat Lambs, 300 i ine Mutton call the attention of the public to the fact that thi'j are prepared to give General Satisfaction to all. Their 1 usinc is at the old stand next to the pos'otliee, and when it roini's to selliDg GOOD, PAT MEATS CHEAP, they will be at home. Ai l: I Its & V A LKER. Present-, March 115, 1882. ROBSET CONNELL, VTioltsale and Retail Dealer in Wines and Liquors I AND C id' A SIS. KRr.PS (iONSTANTLY O.V UAICD UVEIIY ARTI cle in his Uuo, iucludig thn ctoicest brands of Whiskies, Wines, Bay Rum and Brandies. Ciear pure an I fros a:i a k-rgo invoice i now e 1 rou'e ; Ij at . o Kuo ; to! puu:ks. MEAT AIISCELLANEt US MAIL LETTINGS. Jioticeto Contractors Fast Office JDepaj tment, Washington, D. C, March 1, 18S2. PBorosAis mill be received at the Contract Office of thin Department rnrtl. 3 p. m , of April 20. Ifc82, for carrying the mails ofcthe United States ui on the routes and according to the schedule ofi.rriv.il and departure specified by the Department, in the Territory of Ari zona, from Jul) 1, ISttt, to June 30, 13SG. List of routes, with schedules of arri als and departures, in structions o bidders -with forms for contracts and bonds and all necessary inf rmatiou. will be furnished upon replication to the Se ond Assistant I'o tm ster General. T. 0. II0YTE, Fostmas er General. Proposals f '3HIitar Sll - plies. HEADQUARTERS T PRTM. NT OF :IZOKA, OFrlCK OK THK CKIKF QUA TEIIMA8TF.il, Wnirri.E lUiu aoks. ntstoTr. A. j.atihlS, 18S2 St Al.EI) J'ROI'O.SAI.. in tiii lies'e, subject to tho usual coudi ion-, will b lectited at tlnx office until 12 o'clock noon, on Saturday, April 15, JSS?, at which tim and place they will K ojLcd in tl.e pna euce of bidden., lor furnish ng nd dilivrry of Mi itary tupplieft, during the fiscal year cominenc 1 g on the 1st day of July, 18fi2, and ending on the Mih nay ol June, 1823, as follows: Fuel Hard and Soft Wood and Charcoa ; FonAor. Barley or aU, Bran, Corn, aud Hay ; S . ba w-(or hay) for bedding or such of paid ruppli as my lw re quired at Fort A racbe, Fort Howie. F-rt Ora. t Fun. Huachuca, Fort Lowi 11, FortM Do el , Fort M.jave, Fort Tboma, Fort Vrrde, and Wtipj lr Dip t, A. T and Fort Yuma, Cal. Proposals ir.ll rife be rectived ft lie farret'meby the Quartermaster at each of th- above name 1 pos ts except Whipple Dei ri A - T., for ftrnishf g he mo plies required by ibat pos only. Froponals for I orage and Kttaw required at Wil rox and Mar.copa stations A. T., wil e receiv d aud op-ued the tame t me as the ioregi ing, at tne ollic- ot the Ch rf Quartermm er of ibe 1 1 partm. nt. Prop-.-sa!s will alsobt) rtcened at the oli.ee cf the Chief Quartermaster of the Drpsitm nt ai.d oj-Liid at the same time with the foregoing, for .he deliv ry on the cars of the a. P. R. k. at stations bttneei. Loa Angeles and Co ton Cal., ol such quau i i- g o. Barley and hyrrostatio-pres-ed, balni lJiriey Ilav and Straw M may be required dur.ng the lit cal yc-r comuiencin July 1, itn. Propoala for either c:afs of the stores m. nti"ujJTff for quantitt s less than the whtbxSSdTw U be re ceived. The OQTj:rpniJ57rTst e right to teject y or liCuosalaT A priiertnce nib be civeu to article, of donaes tic prtductiou. lilank proposals and printed circulars slating the kind and tsfeniatad quan tities required at rath post ai:d giving full ins.ructiouB as to the manner of biadit g, ct nditiOLs to be ob serred by bidders ai.dtttn.s of conn act and patment, will be furmrhed on ipplicaticn oihs cllici- or to the Quartermasters at th 1 arlous pouts named. Euv elopeH containing pronosals should be marled "i roposals for at " and addressed to the undersigned or to tht respective post Quart ennasters. HENRY C. HODG1 S, Deruty Qr. Mr. General, II. . . A., 4t Chief Quaitermaster. 4 PropostilB for Jfrestt Ueir and Mutton. IlKADQUAUTfcllK Dl l'A R 1 JJEST I.F AH Z NA. I Office of onief Cummirury ui ui-iencr. Whipple Hayracks, PuifcCOTT, A.'l ., 31 c 1, bS2 ) SEALED PKl l'O AEb in tni icate, tubject to ti.e usual conditions, will be re eiwd at th. otliot, or at .he offices of the tctinir Aesi ant t otuuiirsar.m of Subsistence at the following u.med posts until 12 o'clock noon, on Wednesday, Apru 12, It 82, at which time and places they will De op ihm in the prrfence of biddern for furbishing au debvery of such quanti ties of Eeef and Jlmion on the block as may from time to tim be required at Forts A ache, Bowie, Grant, Lowell, McDowall, Mojjve, Verde and Yuma, and Camps Uuachuca and Tho as aud H'nlp;.le liar racks and San Diego Uarrarks, in this Department, freni July 1, 1S82, to June 30, lbSJ. The Government reorves tue right to reject any or all proposals. Proposals must be accompanied by a tonrt with two tureties in the mm of Sl"yi e-ath ar.d m accordanc with the torm prescribed. Each propo sal must be accompai ie.t by au aiLdait te:tini forth that the bidder is not cmca-ucd directly or indirectly in any other bid tliau that o w.iich his name is ip penned. The succcsslul bidder will be required o enter into & written contract, with the UritMl tatt-s with good and ap; roved suicly v.illilL ten elays after being notitied of the accev'.a.K w o hl-i pioposal. Blank proponaU, b. u.l and . fiidiVi; aud full in format'on as to he m&rni-r ol nidniug. cmditious to bo observe ) by bidders, an4 wn- - of contract i.uit yaiTnent, will .e furnished on a phc-nioui ,hw offl e orto the Cotj;uilHbLry it tb s. .nvelpe- outatniu .ot'0l cu d X.n mart d "-op-".salafot Utcl aLd JIutton " rn.i i.ridrsi o the undersigned or to liiu rop'cllr pof Coi.m--saries. CHAS P AOAN', fJl-td Caj.t. en J J. S IT. A S. . Literal Reward ! ! A literal rerratd will tw paid to any lert-oii rnumiiig or s!lnvriu oiniaticL winch villl-iid Ij tho recovery f my horse, which dissjn eaitd Horn my rau.h .Lout the midd e of Jauu'iy. lbX2. desc iptiok: neary work horse, lh'ht biy, whit nose, about nin years old,audbraiiled with a J. II., coLutcter, on the left hind lex; smi.ll XI on the leit fore fh. ukier; is a little tender 1 fore feet from detect. II d o a tinii of disappearance a large bill. There d h.pea-td t tne same time a white horse, wbi h i. elsi. wan ri. . MlU L Jeff Davis' hanch orl'a a ,i-bla Prescott, Feb. 23. 1M. At-es inciii .V. i ;j To Yolnet Rectou: Y'o are hertbv notified tliat f liave i-xo. micd ne hundred dollars in labor and injDX rmeut upon .he IUmbo Lods. liiack HI1U 1 'ST ct. Yava ai coilutv, Anzona, located Fe.i. Ith, 187!. In ord r to l. old ht) sai.l pi tmire, under t. ur visictis if feci u 23 Ji Reviceu statutes oi the Uuit. d tat s, and if wi Inn mnetv days niter thi no ice by publ. atiun ' i.u lsil t r re-fuse to co tribute yinr proporilou of such rpwt. mre as re- wner, y..ur interci.. iu sai.i ctim w.ll tt coui-j the j rope-rij of 0 -- i U111 er ba ,, St , t,ou 324. JOHN MAItr.. Prewoo't Feb, 10 1882 w9 Ds -iiriii iN'oli v. The co-partnership heretofor "xisting re'w.'ii D. C. fhorue and J. Picray , under the him ame ot Thorne k I'ieicv, 'n the etifii' bi 'mi, his dij dissolved by luutuil coni.ent. 11 b' In i:ue o o owed by tae late film will be setLcd by the continuing partner, D. C. Thorne. n.r. T' OTNE, J. PI; ItCY. Prescott, Feb. 2Slh, 18? . 3w Dissolution Aittice. Notice ii herety given lht th co-jrrtreTh!p a exiktd between the ui dirslgned an) E. D. Whipple doing busi'tess under the neme rf V. hippie k House, a Flagstaff, A. T , hs-s been dlssi hed. I will not be re spon-ible for any debts couttacte-d by said E. D. Whipple on and aftsr this date. C. II. Ha vers. Presco t, A. T, , March 1, 18-12. ml ESTRAY AT THE VEltDE. Came to my ranch, on the Yerdp, thr m 'es south the Fort, on or about t efis eiy.f Ja u ry, I8K2, dark b ay colt, about six months old. ' he ro t has a hiteip-it In the foi rhe, wh te trlieon th-nox, ertislft hi nd foot wh te. The own-r is askft. to prove property and .ike the colt away, I y payng $1 for charg s. Iv. C. CAMt'ISE L. Upper Verde, February 14, 18S2. .Notice fo Hie Pi:1jI c. The uudrslgned hri-by warns all j erons frcm lrat ing any one on his account with ut "ri ten : u ho iiy, from anil after this d .tp, s he Kill ray no debts con tracted without sucn wri ten author". ALI5ERT H1.LWTPK, 3 ti i.J nx Crek Eeb. 23. IS. 2. MISCELLANhODS. ATLANTIC k PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. TIME TABLE In effect from and after Monday, Feb. G, 1882. TraiiiB lor the present are run on the following SCHEDULE: WESTWARD EAST WAS I 5 3 1 2 4 a. M Ui STATIONS. 3 P.M. A. II A.M. LV. AR. P.M. P.M A.J: lu ui) 7 .. 7 00 Albuquetque 7 25 7 00 3 32 W tO 8 10 7 23 Isle'a 7 li- 6 3. 2 4 1,00 8 3d 7 3i A. k P. Junct'n 7 Oi 6 2u 2 3.. 12 Ot 9 3i 8 01 Luna C 27 6 3.i 115 A.M. A.M. 12 45 10 30 8 25 Rio Puerco 5 56 4 35 li 45 1 4 11 49 9 00 can Jose 5 30 3 43 11 45 F.tl. 2 4 ; 1 15 0 00 El Rita 5 10 2 40 11 05 LV 3 10 1 55 9 50 Laguna 1 52 1 55 10 35 AR. 1 50 3 34 2 31 H 06 Cubero 4 31 1 2j 10 10 AR. 4 22 3 5J 10 13 McCarty's 4 ll 12 23 9 2 L. 4 12 4 43 4 34 Iu 44 Acoma 4 00 11 CO 8 5j LV. 5 15 5 14 II 05 Gram's 3 39 11 1 e 30 A,.. 10 50 6 0i C C9 11 32 bluewater 3 17 lu iG 8 0. KM. G 55 7 2- 12 1 6 ' Chavea 2 47 9 0 7 2 7 7 b i4 12 26 Cont'lDvide 2 2 n 35 6 4 .M. l'..u. . M. P.M.A.M. P.it. 7 45 rf" 12 40 COOLIDGE 'J 10 b Id 6 20 7 : 8 A. 31. P.M. LV. Alt. P.M. I.U. 3J 1 00 COOL Dtitl 15 in) AR. 9 30 I 28 Wingate 13- B 30 I 50 2 0 Galiuu 1 Ui .li II 22 2 20 Dtnano 12 4- 4 10 An. P.M. LV 12 0- 2 40 Mauneilio 12 20 3 0 P.M. LV 12 20 2 3 LV 1 30 Alt P.M, 1 Oil 1 24 3 H 2 18 3 42 3 30 4 13 Allantown Sanders N'avajo Springs Hillings Carrizo Kolbrook II 4 11 18 12 00 LV 10 47 11 (xi Ait 111 30 10 17 9 04 Alt 4 23 LV 4 50 5 41 A t. 41 L 7 10 7 50 4 43 5 14 49 46 7 4' LE II 6 30 . It 6 e-o 16 ill 19 3 2ii M. P.M 0- 2 1 0 A.M. PM. 7 30 3 6 0 -i P. M 5 40 L 4 '. 12 10 3 54 1. 10 3 i0 10 i0 2 009 (j . 6 14 St. Joseph Hardy R LV 8 35 6 41 t.M. P.M 9 30 7 00 P.M. P.M. LV 9 00 7 30 0 00 8 30 A Jl. ISO 9 30 2 33 .0 23 1 31 11 30 A. I. I 42 12 40 AU 3.5 1 40 LV '- iusljw Alt INM.OW Dt nu.son Cnjon DiabK. Angel Cosnino Flagstiff Volunteer 2.04 605-3 10 Cha'ender Williams 1 01 A.M. 12 02 - 00 .V. 7 00 M. 6 10 4 20 Trains on Third Division will be run between Winslow and Canyon Ulabl only until further orders. lor further information app.ytoJoHS W. ., General Freight tud Ticket Agent, Albuquerque, Mexico F. W. bJiITU, General (.upennteudent. John W. Mass, General Freight and Paasenger geut- romuar Monthly Drawing of the In tne City of Louisville, euj F IDAY. MARCH 31. 12. Tuoso o swings occur monthly (Snnday exceiueo i under provisions of. an Aet of the tieneral Akbf iubly of Kentucky. Tlia Urutod States Circuit Court on March 31st ren aered tne ltllowiag decisions: 1st iliat Ule Commonwealth Distri bution utimpauy is legal. 2d Ira drc"vuigs are fair N II. Tun Company has now on hand a large re erre lunii. Read the list ot prizes for the MARCH DRAWING. 1 Jtnzi) 30,000 1 rrizei 10,000 UlTizsi 5,000 10 frizes 1,000 eaoh, - 10,050 20 jrnzeM 3uo each 100,oou ii iTizns 5300 each, Aiirox Prizes 2,700 l 1'riy.ns 200eaeli " " l,b00 j l'riauts f 100 each, ' " 00t. I0U r-riy.n 100 eaeii 10.000 200 Frizes, j.200 each 10,000 000 rVlz.nss.2U each '. 12,0uo 100O Frizt ?lo each lo.ooo l.eni . $H2,J(J0 W BULB Tkikei, S2. ii llCKKld, 00. Half Tiokkts, ;1. 65 Ticcts, jlw iieiiiii Money or Bank Draft in lettei, en aenit by rijcpress. Dox't &knd jy iii.ois- 1'Kllr.l) Llffll-;H OR FOSTOFFIOK Oi.bLlt. Ul tiers of to nnO ipward, by express, can In scut at our -peue. R. 51. BOARDMAX, Courier Joiinitu Building, LOUISVILLE, Ky. Prescott. &ov. . Proposals for Flour. Heai.qu btebs DEriBTj.ENT or Arizona, Office of Chief Commissary ot Subsidence, SEALED PROPOSALS, in triplicate, subject to tie utu.il u- uoiuouK, will beieoived at this omte aud it tue mce. of tho Acting Assistant ommusaries of Sub jisirnce st th' f jlluwlng name-1 posts in Anz .ua, until 12 o'cloca M , faturdar, Mircn 23th, I8"2.a. whiih time and j lacr. iLey win le t-Liu n. ) i.r. me uf biado. s, for fur. it.hing and deliver- of . u-, follows : Fort .pache3-,0iHilrs.,FortI.owif,4l.,,U;.l'. , F r. Uiaut 4U,oiU lbs, Cimp u cLniu. S5, l a, .'It Lo eii 16, O lb.- F. rt M Down., 2li,i't b , . inp iholn-r. 4r,0 0 U., I. It tice, ls,04J b .nJj,l. U.riacas, 3. .000 lbs, ''roiKisai mast e accomp .ui d by a oju i wita twj suretrstr. ho sum of $ 1 W0. ana in aocorda . e ta the f orm prescribed. A propos .1 uaacs J.u.uuioi ny halt the rmcum awarded wi be required vutti 1. 1 r -bve cnys and tne aLuce with.u ninety d.) suiter i. t' ric i on f award. Xob.Ja il. bo iuctsi.nl utu Hmple br umiehid, w ich u d not l e of lo a we'(,htthau 12 pound, so maided aa lo bo u..ij Ide .tifie .", and sn md reach th!4 o co oa or l.e o o theda-e for pining bids. a stauda.d sample Of Flour ot th i quality tuls advertisemcn. contem1.ia.es w.h be f-misher. bidden on app taction, wmch apphVa- on sbouldbe made at tLe earliest I ractlcabled te. The Ooverurae-U reserves the right to reject any or all j ro po als. Dlank piopofals, bonds and lull lntormsticn as to the manner of bidding, conditions to bt otsened by bidders, anu terms of contract and pay mint will furnished on application to this office or to .he Coinf missariea of the Posts. Envelopes containing pr posais should be marked : "Proposals for flour. t . ," und addressed to the unders.gned o to the commissary at the Post. CHAS. P. EAGAN, CAFT. AMD Q. R. U, 8, A. R. E. FARRIWGTON & CO FORWABDING AND C03JSSI0N MEaC?A?ll. MARICOPA, ARiZOlVV: Forward Goods and Machinerv U on; point. lMark goods: care "It. E. F," Maalcopa, A. T. C. n, MAH'l 1XDELL, Atent at Prescott. Li GAL. Application for Patent. FOR RAVFX jMINE AND jMTLL-SITE CLAEVI UXI CKD S TATES LAND OFFICE, 1-rt scott. A. 1 .. Feb. 3d. 1882, Notice is heres y given thit the Dosoria Mining Com pany, a corporation organUed and exist ng unaer the laws ot the Male of New Jersey, by th-ir agent. P A. Craigue,Khoc pee ollue .duress is I'rew-ott, Yavapai County, Ariz na. has this day filel application for a patint for te.o hundred ai'U thirty (ttfiO) liuearlt of me aveu .Mine or vein, bearing go:d and silver, wnn mrtac- ground live bundled and fifty-five (553) ft in -width, 8. ua cd in llassajauipa Mining District, Yavpai Ccuni.., Ar.z na, and designat d by the field u tes anu libel t.Ui u file .u this othce as Lot No. 47 A.; sa.diot No 47 A being described aa follows, to wit; Maguttic variation 13 degs 55 intns E. beginning at ceuter of shaft at N ond of claim; thence -N 66 ileBs threehuudrtd (.'froj ft to N K cor of clJim, where is set ii in the gnnud a tlale stone 24x14x8 ins, marked on b fucelOo 1. and on K side is built mound of stone 3 It biiih; from this cor the U S Mineral Monu ment No 2. l'assayaiupa Mining District, bears N 35 ces 15 iulu j E .ent-one hundred anu one (2.01) ft dist ; thence S 19 degs 49 mins E twelve hundred and thir y- hree and ilurty one hundredths (1233 30.100) ft toS t cor of chuu..where is set it in the ground a green porplryry rock 10x16x16 in. , niarxeil UNo 2, and on W bhI.' is Duhi mound of ato- e 2! s ft high ; tner.ee S 66 degs W live htindrea anil teu (510) ft to 8 W cor of chum, where is et ri in the groui.d a slate stone 18x14 xlO ins, in raed I. No 3, and on N side is built mound of Btoue i't ft hifcli; thtnee N 24 degs W twelve hun dred aud thirty (1230) ft to N W cor of claim, where Is let 3 in .be grou.ia a wate itonu j2xl2xl2 ins, marked It 4, and on b sine is built mund of stone 2 ft i..gh, the-ice v M ites E three hundred (300) ft to iuiliai loin- and place of beginning, conta.nlng 1567-100 ac ea he locati -ii of the mine is recorded in the Iteco-rJ er's office of Yav.pai Louut, at 1 recott, A. T.,in oou 12'lJl ties, at tme 2i, 29 and 30. And u tice i- lu.ther gtv.n that the said Dosoris Mini, g O. uipauv ha li a de appucaticn for a pat ent for A aciea of noa-iiineral land not contiguous to aid bavcu nnu.ng claiu. aa and for a mlU-slto n con ii ct on u-iu and lor t .eput o-e of woraingtheoren if nai.i itarru ml .ik cl .m. tuatwl in Hassayamia limn u I.n r c!. an-: dc . tnaitd iy the fiM no-eand . ex. p-t on ii.e in .hi ..lhc- .a Lot Jio 47 lt, ; said lot ! b. uig d.i-.-ri.Ma as lolluw , to-wit: Mgi.e.lc va .iio. 13 tg-55 mine , b.giui'ingat ii can n uoLwrn. t a. eud of claim; tbrucu 72aegs 5 iu.113 n -ue ..u.iii ii and ulcuty-two (1V2) ft to s w cor . J chum, wnt-e i ei ;j in the groui.d a a atestone Vxl a6 Inn, marked Ma o J, anti on N side is iui t moun t ui'sti no 2 'i it h.h; from h.- c-r monumen .No I .'.i r 1 cor oi . .jVcu mining claim, in roun-ctlon xi L which tins mih.iite CJim ii taatu, bears b 51 degs 13 - ii:s i ten ..uaureu . d eigi ty- hree (UK)) it dist; tneno- N 2 des i -ix hunuroa (U-O) f I to N W cor of claim, whre a le ije of cUto pr jeering 18 Ins above gn.ti i by 4 fi square, which at point of cor i mar-edX 4x4 ins, and unuer s me Ell" No 2, and on "V ame is built mouno of stone V- ftet high; thence N 7 i;eg 15 iu:ns E turre huniredaud eight-five and nxty-ftght one hundredths (3S5 &--100) ft to N E cor oi claim, where is set ii lu the ground a slate s'one 2xUxl2 .u, marked kUb.Nu 3, and on E tide is built mound of otviin 2i; ft high; from this cor tee Us .uiucrrl J.onnmeut o2, lla-sayampa Mining Di trict, bear.-i N 2 digs 06 mins V thiie nuudrtd aua furiy sevei (.47) ft ditt; th nCH 2 d. gs ix hundred (li.0) ft ii S o r fcla.m. where ietj in the vn,u.id , ate s one inxl.xtt in , ma ed -. ;.o4. and on E :d :-u.i u oun if iit.li. 24 tt b.-gb; theme b 72 " . l't njit.b W but hi.ndri.. and inn-y-tnr. e ana 8.x -i-.h-uur 1 in .1. i il.x (19 6 - ' 0: li ti iccaiici. i.. . uuie.,1 au.i p ac o I g mi n, ct'itxiui g 5 ac ta. T -.. :'i i' o. 1 i n.i lt.ee am 1. 1 ,r.l d in l i- -....' ot irif litiai i. in . at tinolt, . .11 C . ol J.l. it r . .1 ..at r ights, -t ktges "s-u.. 1. u, a d i! r- c i -dug idverte'j- any urt.on - .diiv- ir- r .1 -Si r c aim, rst rf c i r u. d qii-r I ri heir d er-.- c. in-s wit th.-it 1. -i III U i o r Lu.. Oitiiva rr--.ut . - Uu rr rv o ., u. ug tne aixtj iUjrj.;.. ot u i -atliu. rtjc-.., ur iii .! 0? bar.ed virtue the provlsni'is ol the statute. W.i. J-.L.L.V, negister. Prob.te Notice. In the ri obale C tut cl li nnty . 1 Ywa iai, Terri- ti.rv o' r.z u . Iu the matt-ro th.i sUte I of I IioBV.IITr.HrMtIiK8, "ecessed. ) oliCl is Hereby g.en th t in puisuance of an order of the Piobate four of the i onnty of Yavapai, Terri tory i.f A lz-.u. ma ie on the 13 h dtv of February, ' tri, in the mat er of in atiove estate, tun unuer sieved, the a ' irittiat. r (S fci es'tte. will sell at t.biica cii in, tr. h highest bid.t.r forcai-h, and sub jc t tn eouti m.tionb) sai-. r-rob te- ourl, on Monday tl.e 13tli da) of Mar h 18! in front of the Court II out e noor in lie colt 8 id County ol Yavapa-, at the hiurof U oli ck a. :. of said da-, all t e rl. I.t title ami interest and e late of the said ltobert P. Hen dricks at the tim.- ii his de.lb, aid all tie r-ght, title and iuteres ti at the a. id cs.rt- has, t y op ration rf a,T otherai acqntreJ, other th n or inad ditioi tt ha. if the sa-.u Hohert P. Hendrn-ki. at the ime of his death, n ;nd to the iollowim' decibed I rot ert. i na remises, viz: n undivided one-ha.f of, n and t tin t eer.ln potsessory nght to 160 acres i f laud u-ivua- the II II H. ndricks ranch, sm.atron the itimj Frt. trek.-t river and b"Ut Jgh" roilt-s beh w th ai'cho N. P. Bowers, known a- Bowers' Agua 1'iia la ill u the C n:t; of Y'lvspai. in Ihe er -t r of Ar zona, together, wi h ah ana singula , the teneu int- i.er dlt men's at .1 ap urteua ces there ui t.' iMlot g'i't. o In any wie appertaining. le iu in. 1 1 ouuiiioi s of eric, cam, lu lawful money of be I'm td biatta; dtcd ct txitnte of the pur- c aeer. dvin Uill. Adminia'ator. I'rw cof, F.b. ISth, li2. Assessment Notice. BCD HOOK MINING COMPANY LOCATION OF rrucpal place of bU"iness. San Francis o, Cali fornia; 1. c tion of works Weaver Mining Distri.t, Ysv pit county, arl eta Notice is he. eby gi'.en. that ai a .ueeting f the B. arcl of Directors, held on tho siatadayo. ebruar) , 1 t2, an assessment (No. l)of Fi r Cents per share w:8 levied upon ihe capita1 stork of the corporatici, payable .mmeiltattlv in United btates gold com. to the becretary, at the office of the Company, No. 6 Post Street, San Francisco, Cali- loiuia. Any sti-clr upon which this assessment shall remain unj aid o.i th- t irtte th day of March, 1882, will be de linquent, and ade used! r sale at public auction; and unli-ps ' j a ent is xn.-ule before, will be sol't MONDAY, th- third day of Arm, 1887, to pay Hie t'eUnqn- rt assersment. together with costs of inly- rtichin aud expensesf sale. xjj ururr ui mu uaru oi xirrciurs. U. 11. OltAVKH. Secretary. Office No. 6 P st street, " an Francises, Calilomia. yi3 Ds"-o5uf ion Notice. The o-panueil.ip heretofi-te existing between A. W. ihinatdb.m: E ! jd, unuer Iho h.m name of l.ehm Jt ! v.l, u Hi I'r.-Hc.-t: Ke.r -a.ron and Lot - i g lioiiKebusi. es , it- tlttr day dirtolved by mutual con ent, M . Jihu ii sell having bougnt out Mr. ihm'a iieie-i 1 lie arm wn. hereafter be known a ltiy A B--Mell A I bt '.a ruet . or owid by the late Lr'i , will Le . e t-ni nj the continuing psrtiee. .- . r. U..11J, JOHV B-.S I'LL. 1 y, rr L.i'atnl ,nv mrLttprt 1111 will, tt.M I'rt.u-. ' 1 1 I K g baloon an I.o gi II .use, 1 .hank th public yeueiai j crt e p-tn-uage. e.ieuuea tnei'ld n m. a a hum H e Fain, ln.iiality m.J be shown towards Jiesars Cojd A; i.oeneil. A. W. P.EHM. mh7 Prescott, March 6th, 1882. NOTICE FjR PUBL CATION. Land OrxicE at Pkescot, A. T., I Feoruary 17th, 1?2. ) Notice is hrrebj given that the following-named sett'er has filed notirv of his it teutlon to mate final proof ,n support of linc.aim. aud secure final entry nereintiheu b. ind thee at rreecoit, A I., on he 5 h day ui Mrch, 1882 Miloluwd, . E. No. 95 for tin- 'iitls li im.N U ot !iMC 20, aud h J ol !. re 1 , p iB. . K5 est, an. names the lu loii g hi- v. i e-e . vU : (in rge 1 1 in e i. Ji u i.. rat-i., . ol no Mw.iit ai-d c Hoj e h, Lit aa(w Com ty, .'1. WL1.I.M I K LLY Ke liter. - .Fe ih. 1 2- 5 . i i nb cut on' i.N OFF cr ATiBt SCOlT, A. ,1 Htc 3, 18 2. J i. t'cs is .- lei.. g.ti h the tolv na u mtu tt.lei aas file. .. 11 .i In .lie l.on caite fiu. ir-ofin BH- or 1. .is am. 11. secut fiu.l entij th of st II e II. . La d h ee : 1" cor tt A.T , en h iitn u.y 1.: ,:.i ,,2 J.bnii ut on: H - o. 90. for Oie J4 i f r. . H .nu W !',o i,M o. J3. oanst'p 4 IV.,, ii n e ta-.'eiloniuf " li: tue-re- z: o te it ut. H ry i.. Mit ai- a- uei i vt, . utew J. h ' ha -, cu t.aries W. OfaC . 1 L..ili i" K. u), m'c' 3-w eglVt . rofjt! .f li!h: ic -ii n. I AND FFICK T ItESCOTT, A. T. I M.r h 3. 182. f ' o.Ice is berebv gi in th i the iolluwlng nam d settler lu hied notice l his it tention to make final p. oof in rut port o h s rlaun. and secure final eitry th -reof, a tit U S. Lan I ffii e at I'-escott, A T., on .In 8 day of A .ril, ltoJ: Ge rg- Blot: HLN .78, for th N V? 4 c.33, 1 14, It 3 W, and namsa the ill ing an his witues.e, viz: rt. (! Miller, Andrsw Whltihair, 11. M. Herb it, and John Dixon, m'ci a-S" W. N. Kiut, Order of bale. Notice 'b hereby given that lots twenty (20) and teut-two i22, in block 9, lu ihe Village of Prescott, with the buildings thtrto, known as the old Court Uoute, will be sold at Public auc.ion, to the highest bidder, ou Monday, April 3d, 188--'. at 12 noou, from the il -or of the Court ouse, the lots to be sold separat ly; the county refenlng theriKht to make one bid. By order or the Board of Supervisors . D.F.MITCHELL, CLKtr. J'3f 3X1 OTICE! Notice is hereby given, warning all persons agata urchatiug .th. Gr. a Leviathan Mine, (formerly own J by C. P. S tuton) Wear r District, Yavapai connty, A. T. re!ocatedat the Leadnot mine, by the undcrslmad. PcrsonB re lurtber warned against tresparaing on the taid property, or they will be prosecutrd according to wa. JOlUi McCKK Afitvlcre Jim, its. 23, . LEGAL. Application for Patent FOR BUZZARD MINING AND MILL-SITE CLAIM. U.S. Land Office, Piescctt, Aiiiona, Feb. 10, 1B62. Notice is hereby given that the Dosoris Mlaiug Com pany, a cori o.auou organized aud existing unuer the laws ot the btate of New Jersey, by thur ag.ut, P. A. Craigne, whose post office address, is Pietcott. Yavapai County, A.T. has this aaj tllea apj licauuu 1 or a pati nt lor fifteen hundred (I5oO) linear f. el of iln- liuzzanl mice or vein, bearing gold and stuer, with surface ground six hundred (600) feet in Wiuth, -ituate iu Hasayjmpa Mining Dial net, Yavapai County, Arizona, aud desig. nated by the field notes and oihcial piat on file in this office aB Lot Number 43, A . ; sa.d Lot No. IS. A being described, as follows, to-wit Magnetic variation 13 di gs 55 mins E, beginning at center of Bhaf t at t end ol claim , thence N 06" degs E three hundred (300) ft to N L. cor of ciairc, which is aleo N E cor of Kaven mining claim, where, is set in the ground, a elate s one 2lxl4xSius,U'irkeucnN face B Nol, and on E side is built mound of siono3ftl ith; from this cor the U S Mineral Monument No. 2, has- a yampa Mining District, tears N 35 nes 15 miLS E twenty-one hundred anu one (2101) ft dist; thtnee N 29 degs W fiiteeu hundred ilSOu) ft to N Ecor of claim where is set Jj in toe ground a porj hyy s'one l4xl5, ins, marked o No 2, and on c vide js built mound of stone 2 tt high; thtnee C6 ittgs w six hundred and two ana twent -nine one LuniLiu.iis (CC"-' 29.1U6) ft to N W cor or claim, where i set :l iu the ground a slate stone 24xOx6 ins, maikeil B Nu S, ana on W side Is built mound of ttoue 2!, It lii. h; turnce H 29 degs E fiit.cn hundr d(J5uO) tt to W cor of claim, where Is set ii in the ground a slate .tone 20x10x10 ins, marked u No 4, and on N side is built mo.md ol stouo 2 j ft hi.h; thi-nct C6 degs 2 29.100 ft to Monument No 4, . stabhsning N W cor ol Itaveu m jaing claim, three hunortd and two and tweuiy-ume one hundredths 302 29.100) ft -i initial poiui and place of beginning, coutaiuinK 20 66.100 acres. The location of tbi- intn.- is recorded in the Record er's office of Yatapai County, at Pre-cott, A. T.,ia Book 12 of Mines, at pages 26, 27 ana 2-S And uouc m furtt ei g von mat .he said Dosoris Mining Comp ny hai tiieit a like ap Lcanon for a pat ent for 5 ao - ul non mexal ind, nut contiguous tu said czzjid min.nir cla.m, as ai.il fur a Mill Site, in co necuou i.n the wnang oi the ore of said x.nzza.u nnmug ilaim, si.ua ediu.ia.tajami a mining Di net, a.d dc-lgnate i t.ie I eld notes aud officia r t n n'e in lhi o. e a. l.ot umber 4s B.; said lol f 0 48 b 0;1 8 ri,e, a r Hows, to-wit: Magneuc anatliu 13d.gs 5 mins E, biginninz at location mouum- ut at a end ut cl.im ; th-nce S 72 di-gs 15 mn.s W one hundr d aud etgii v-three (183) ft to W corol claim, where is set ii in the groun: a slate stui:e Ibxl4x6ini-, B N b No 1, and on V side is built mound ot stone 2a ft niih, trotr 'his cor Monu ment No 1, on n H cor of Buzz-rd mining claim, in conne tion w.th which this mill-site o-Uim is taken, bears S fc2 di gs 50 miua . eleven hundred and wenty-three(ll-3)ltdit; then'eN 25 degs 45 mins W six hundreo. (6U0) f to N W cor ot claim where is tet-ii in the ground a sla'e stone Ixl4x8 ins, marked B M 3 No 2, and on N side is built moi nd of stot-e2V ft high; from this cor the U Mineral Mou ment No 2, HaGsa yan.pa Minlmr Dislrict, bia s N 19 deg 14 mins E eleven hundred and two ( 102) tt dist ; thence N 72 degs 13 minx r. hree nu dre.1 ud i.ixtT.s-x and tif.j-eix one hundredths (366 6.100) ft to N r cor of claim, whrre is Bet j in ihe lUnuurt a elate stonn 16x14x12 ins, mar. oi I. M S o 3, and on b huh is i ui.t nouna of stoi.e 2',J f h gh: ence b 25 Atii 45 mins h six hun dred (ooo- ft to Leo i f cl.iui, "Vurc a late boulder p. j.clal ft above g. oui.r., 4 ft lo'.g by 2 ft wide, which i. lu.ri.o at joint c. r with X .xlins, and under s-me il M jv Ao 4, an ou W sid 1- built mound of iou .Yt I a:g; neuc 72.Ug 15 mu.s W onehun . .re u-u g!i..-l.l.e a. d fi ly-rix i.l.eb ndr.dihs (356.-00 i A I. cl'lj in lihiciiI a. d p.aco of be giuuaii.. coa.n-n. . ac es. ihe Iccit ou of tins mil -.ie clvra s r corded luthe .eo-rd.r(iiitt- ul Wv i t tiniy aipire .t. A. T., DiH(itlill.i b. sti t iv at r u g i , a: uage 16. Ai.j an all i ! 8 r m . t a . ai.y pi.riion ol sat" r zzani u-iie i m . -a.c ilatu. or surtace gronid .re leq. reii 'o hi their nvirs. claims with the liigisltr oi h- Uu trt Mateo Laim nice at 1'rea.K.tt, lu tlie etrl orj of Arlzr, nil u he sixty days periu-l ot p. hlicatl n her. o. i.r ti'ey wilt- be brredly (rw"i " lovKltius.'lt e-ala:e. V.IL1IA11 EaiXV, ..egister. Apjflication for atent I OR DOSORIS MINING AND MILL-SITE t LA13U CSITFD ""TATte. PuaSioT., a." i . mce, . -eb 3.., 1831 Notice is hereby kiven that th looris Minicg Company a c rpontiou ir,a. i7.di.iiu, ens. Ing unoer the la -s of the btuU- of New Je.-- . by h-tr agent, P. A. Ciaigii. whose Fotifiiie' nouites is Vrescotr. lavapal count i, has this d- tk-i spilica Ion fur a patent lor fifteen hundred (1500) aue-r feet the Do soris mine or vein, bearing gold : nd silver, with sur face ground six hun'litd (60tl fett in wilth, situated in Uaesayar- pa Miuing District, County of Yavapai, and Territory i.f Arizona, inn disigna-.e.. by the held notes and official pla' ch fi.e in tnis ofLieas Lotro, 46, A., said Lot No. 46, being described as follows, to wit: Mague'ic variatlo . 13 deg- 55 ru ns I", Beginning at 1 cation monut ent at rente, of ca.ni; ther.ee N 83 degs 3i mtn-i W uiree humlred (300) tee- to middle of Doitndary of calm; thence N 6 degs 3.) mins E s cnhnn. led nu Lf. . (75u)leetto U cor of claim, where is set li in the gronud a nlut- stone 20x12x11 ins, marked D No. 1, and on N side is uilt mound of s.one-J'j It hi;:b; theucaS 83 digs SO mins E, six hun dred (600) feet to N E cor of i-Lim, -anere is cet j in thegr. nnd a slate stou 16xl4x 2 lay, raark:d D No. V, and on E side is built mound of stole 1 feet high; thence S 6 de.8 30 mins V'n.t--en luudred (5U) feet to S E c r of claim, where is set a in the ground a Blate stone 14xl2xi0 inches, markea D No. 3, and on E side is built m und of stoua 2 ft high; thence N 83 degs 3d mins W six. hundred. (6w) feet to S VV cor of claim, where is n t 3 n tie grnund a sl.ite stone, marked D No. 4, and on W slue is built tuo'.nd of stone 2 ft high; Loin this comer the b. Mineral Monu ment No 2, Uassayampa Mining District, bears S 89 degs30niins U ftve hinred and twenty three (523) feet distant ; thence N 6 degs 30 nuns K seven hun ared aad fifty (7o0) feet to middle nt. nnment on W side noundary of ciain:. containing 2 66.1C0 acres . The Iocaboa i.f this mine :a r. lorded in the Eecord er's office ot Yavapai count, at Pre cott A. T , in Book L II of Miuea. at Psg -s 571, . 72 and 573. Ana notice la lunher g-ven iht the said Dosoris Mining Company has filed a nkc a i iicatl'-u f.T a pat ent f.ir five acres of non-uiin r.il land not c urinous to eaid Dosoris m ning rlaun. aj and lor a mil -site in connection, with audio; the uiuose of working the ores of laid Dos. ns mmiLg ca m; s tnatcd in Hassa yampa Minh.tr Dh-trict. and drsiguated by the field nites and oiSciul plat o . hie in this t thee as Lot No. 46 1! ; 3a d Lot No. 46 B being it-cr.bed as follow?, to-wit: Magnetic varla ton 13 digs 55 mins F, beginning at location monumeut at N ec i of cl-ini; thence b 72 aegs .5 i-ins V ono :iuudr .1 and -atue y-six (196) feet to N W to- of claim, wnern ia set ?i in the ground a late stone 24x2nxxr iup, ni..ried DMb No 1, and on W tide is bnat uioi.uu o. n.on2!i " fiigh; thence S 17 Ctgs 45 m.n . E he ..nnureU and lift.. O0j ft to 3 W co: o Ktim, ..tre .e 3 la iho ground a slate stone 14x12x1.) ins. m rk,- L.iS No 'j, and on W side I-built mount, ufrtone.1! ft high; thence X 72 degs .5 mins K. thiee houdred aUf ninety ix .3'J6) It to S E cor ot cum , wl.eie la se H in the ground a slate stone 2.lxl4iI2 u.s, niaii.r. 1 .1.. No 3, ai u on E side is bui t mound of s. ue 24 f big ; tie. N 17 degs 45 mi 8 Vt five hi.ndr, a d fi-ty l.'O) li to N Ecorof cLnm, wl.er.-: k-1 ?i n tneg outid a shite stOLe 18x3 xd ins, m raed DAi. No 4, ana ou J--. sidrf IsbuUt moun i o: tone ', it high; from tnts c r tne u 3 i lueral Monumeut No 2. ii .ssatampu Miulug D. strict bears N 10 degs W liftei u hundred aud eight (15u8) ft disi. and Monii'iientNoa on H W eornf J'osoris minine cl.im, in connection with which tuis mi I-nte claim is taken, bears N 9 dev s 56 ruin E fif een hundred ana eleven (15111ft uist: thence S 72 d.is 15 mins V two hundred (200) tt to location monument anu place of beginning, containing 5 acres. The li catl n of this mili-rite claim is recorded in the Bee -ruer's office of Yavapai tou ty, a: Prescott, A. f. in i.ook 1 of Mill biles aud atur 1 iclits, at Page 17. Any and all person claiming adversely any portion of said Dosoris mine ..r mili-site claim, or surface gronud. are required to file their adverse claims with the IEegister of the U. n. La d Office, at Prescott, in the ' Terrltor if Arizona during the nxrv days period of I ubiic tiuu mreuf. . rhey will be barred by virtue of the provision of the tatute. V 1LLIAM N. KE.LX, Kegwter. Declaration of Married Woman v;i... 1 1: ii:k Ttl.B.TU. Y OF Ai.iZdN , I OOvin-JI Vujal. f M.titv I hei-ly a, ti-1 at 1, .i eua .rs gntd, Ma-r-tla Ji:e i. u r , lu. iiuu ut 1 v.t, in the leiti.rof .-.ri.o , -mar.i.d vo.i-n, am wne ot -.Uiii'i i it .e.s w oa . r e in - e.w County o. Yvapai, CO a .eby and y t 0.-0 irea.t.t ctaaie id g.ve U..I.I-H 1 voru. 1 .1 f. m .aa iter the dt. h-re. 1,1 .n.e o c...y n usi e- 1 the . ouu ty 01 av pai and e.s w el ne A-r.it-r. ot ri xoua, i ra. ii. run , -in n . o 1. i.tiu. , anu on t.v uv-t ac. ount, ua er ai.u n 1 u.ei.u c 1 1.1 tights beUel.K anl pnv.uaca iau. y he -c 01 th. i.eg lrlature of Ariz n T- ir... r. , u .1 , napler 32, '"of the light- o: ma.r id wuine. ," .1 h .c r.c.ssup I leneutal ttieie.o, nu .1. tnci. e 1 m it and iiuviued 'Ihe busines wiiti-U I 1. 1 nil 1. carry on aid in which I .menu to e ga.e on my wu . ccouut s aio e aid. s thit of laimiii(, tic gn. lg, u.uiiiig, stork ra ring dealini' in and I.Uj . g s L-n nd naiLi g in r alest e. sti ck aud oil., r peiso lp:ierty And I horeby urh. r gi no. ce . n dt cl ie that tne amount of iU .ua 1 av .0 comm. ncn .nu cairy on the business aforesaid, doe not exceed the sum of five thousand du.larr. Dated at Prescott, Yavapai county, Arizona Terri r -i tory, this Mh day of Februaiy, A. D. 12, un 1 1 der my hand ana seal. MARILLA J. KOGERS. TERRITORY' OF ARIZONA, I . Conutyol Y'atapal, t'8 On this 8th day of Fe mi-uy, 188.', before me, Ed. W, Wells, a Notary Pu' lic, in and for said County of Yavapn. duly commissioned and sworn, per onally ap peared Mar tlia Jane Rogers, personally anowu to me to be the individual descn xd in a d who executed the foresoing instrument, whe on an examiuaticn tepaiate apart aud from mihout the he ruiK of her said bus baud, after first hav ng been mace acquainted with th coutt jU of t.ew thru instrtt ent, acanovledged tome that she execui-d tre ssme truly and voluntatis, ard for the uses and turptve therein mentioned, and wtr i ui fear, com ulaion or undue inlluene of her said hu-ban.l, and that she doea not wish 10 retract the exe cution of the same. In witnem whereof I have hereunto set ray hand r , aud aftisid tlTfcalof r.y office, tae day ami I.8EAUJ elr imtertificate first abeve written. 17f LD. W. TV ELT Notary Public, Ya apal county, Arizona,