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I hat a tunnel I" the maidaa said.
And.plo3s to the drummer drew, 'Shey always make mo feel afraid r -Of some disaster; don't they you?" -And then the drunimer.ahoqk-.ma nians. 'You're safe enough with me, said:be. &' Whatever happens to the train, You al?ss can rely, on .me 1" ;And with ear-Bpliiiinz whistle shriek, The.fcrain plunged in the .black nbyas, ";The(jdsummes, sought her blooming cheek, 4jadr frescoed it with many a kiss. fEmboldenod by ,her;aweet alarm, As on they tore-through that eclipse ;He laid her head upon hia arm, And f riozod a dado on heriJirw. h. me!" the maided sweetly smiled, Aft-ahe arranged her tumbled hat, .Ard cuice again the sunbeams filed In at the window where they sat. Ah, me I for onoe thatt.horrid pest Waa robbed of every Etartling fear. .1 thank you for your interest; Exouse me, sir;. I Ret off here;I" .And oxsJiB.Mt him drowaed in sigh?, Anion the sea of soft dreams tossed, Of her sweet lips and pure, bright eyes, So quickly gained, so quickly lost. .To dream i but, ah, at last to wake Andjlearn that in the tunnels din, She'd eized upon her ohanoe to snake His watch and chain and diamond pin 1 Drake's Trawler's Magazine. -Tn as Vallav the other day a KJhinaman called into Court to! give evidence and was asked how ho vFonldbe sworq. His reply waa: "Me ,no care.; clack 'im -saucer, Jkill Irn .cock, biow out 'im matches, sm(jll 'im ?book, alle same." He was allowed .to "smell im book." E. y - In the ejent of a war between -Franco and China, India will sastain ,aerious injury. The opium trade ,adds .about seven millions to the rev .enue at India. France, in carrying .on hostilities, must proclaim tha sblockade of the Chinese coast, and-! jthus suspend the opium traffic be- -iween India and China. Consequently the.e,ptire financial arrangements of Judja, so Jong as the war lasts, will be paralyzed. jDumley was making an evening call and the little boy of the ;f anyly' had bean allowed to remain up a little later than usual. "Ma," said ho during a lull in the conversation, '-'can whisky talk!". "Certainly not," said ma. "What put that absurd potion into your head?" "Well," he replied, "I heard you Bay Xo pa that whisky was telling on Mr. Burnley ;and I wanted to know what it said." .Philadelphia Call. In all Switzerland there is noth $ng comparable to.. the Alaska gla ciers, where the frozen waters -ise tj,; o Tfnv tha ea, and .a steamer can go up to withjn an eighth of a niile and cruise besides them. Add to .the pfctures et high mountains -and snowy glaciers a sapphire b.ay scattered over with glittering littie icebergs, and nature can supply nothing mora to stir one's soul, to. rouse the fancy and imagination and. enchant the senses. Almost a Hint. "How's yercomin' jon in your new place?" asked Uncle J&ose of Gabo Snodgrass, who had recently accepted & position as por ter in an Austin hardware store "Ise not comin' on very fas, Uncle Mose. De boss tole me somefing dis jnornin and ef he don't take it back -he gwinter lose me, shuah yer born." ."What did he tole yer!" "Ho tole me to consider myself discharged Texas Sittings. An Austin lady recently returned from quite a protracted visit in the North, whither her husband, being closely confined by business, was una ble to accompany her. While undoing her trunk her decidedly plain and vinegar-featured kousekeeper thus addressed her: "Sure, and you have a jewel of a husband." "Yes, I think myself he is pretty nice, but why do yon consider him such a jewel?" "Why, during the mtire toime you were gone, he niver said a word to me." Texas Sittings. Teaching a Philosopher. In olden times, before matches were in exist ence, it was commoq for neighbors to borrow fire from each, other, A earned philosopher was visited by o, little girl who asked him for fire, 'But,' says the doctor, "you have nothing ' ake it in." The little girl stooped down to the fire-place, and taking some cold ashes in one hand, she put live embers on them with the other. hfi. ppjahed doctor threw down his bflps, sajing; "With all my learning I fihau.ld, never- b,aye found put that expedient." Wilkie Collins, when working reg ularly, writes about twelve hundred word, a daji covering with them three large pages of letter paper. He writes Blowly, and outs and cratches, and rewrites and interlines, and adds sentences in the margin, find sprinkle blots everywhere, until the manuscript looks like a Chinese puzzle in a nightmare. Nearing the find of the book he gets excited, and fieri bbjes away like a. m.adm,an, writ ing for twelve ounrteea houre at a f&rotoh witboot stopping, aaye now and trhen q jnmp around, on. tfce &oaf ndkEo.t fto station. As an inyigorant. Kostetter's Stomach Hitters ha a reooiTed the moat positive. .en dorsement from eminent physicians, and haft long occupied a foremost rank among standard proprietary remedies. Its prop ar4i.ianR.tn Alterative of disordered condi tions of the stoniaoh, liver and bowels, and a preventive of malarial diseases aro no Una mnnvmad. and have been accorded omniiaH nrnfngcinnnl recommendation. For sale by Druggists and dealers,- to whom apply for tiostotter's Almanac ior xoo. First insertion Dec. 9th. If qtice.fpr Publication. MrKEBii. Application No. 130. Unttkd Statvs Land Ohkce. A PreiJott. Arizona, November , 1633. ) Ni.iieo ia hereby iiiven that William F. Grounds, Larasou S. Welton,, whose postof- fice address is Mmoral .Far, aiouave.voun tv. Tftrntorv of Arizona, and Henry C. wiiunn vrnoHO nosLOHtae auureas la tu Bluff, fehama county. State of California, h!tva this dav filed tueir application for a patent, for six hundred- 00' linear tfeet of the iUorinnl!!l Ikt Nnrth KttflnSlOIl OfO JTlata Co." vein, lode or deposit, bearing gold and oilvnT. topothor witn suriaoo erounu tnree Virinrlrfid 300 feet in width, situated in the Wnllnnai mminff district, ooantvoi iuonave Territory of Arizona, and designated by the nem notes ana omciai vim u u. fioe as liot No. 41, embracing a portion of Sne. No. 7 in township No. 22 north of range No. 17 wst Gila and Salt Biver Meridian. Beginning at a post 2x-i incnos two ana a half 2& foet high marked I .on xnorth face anu C on soutU'iace in mouua qi hioho b southeast corner of ,Maripos ;First .North extension Oro Plata Co. mine, said post marking also the northeast corner of Mari posa mine, from which the main shaft of Mariposa mine bears south G deg. 65 min. west 104 feet to cut on Pennsylvania mine, claimed by J. P. Lavn 289K feot .to mam- shaft, tnence irom saio. poss wu muuuoioui north 24 deg.P min. westGOO feet to a post 2x4 inches two and one half 2 feet high marked II in mound of stone at northeast corner of claim from whioh the Mariposa FirsfNonh Extension Oro Plata Co. mine main shaft seventy 70 feet deep boars south G deg. 35 min. east 479 feet, and blaok boulder on high peak between Todd and Layne basins bears north 81 deg. 55 min. east, thenpe from said post and monumont south C5 deg. 10 min. west 300 feet to a post 2x4 inches two and one half 2i feot high marked III in mound of stones at north vnPtit corner of claim from which a post marked II on northeast co.rner of luddu claim .bears south 42 deg. 51 min. west 541 feet, and quarter section on corner of Hec. No. 7 ranee 17 west and Sec. No. 12 range 18 west township 22 north bears north 85) deg. 45 min. west.9G3 feet, thonoo from said nost and monument south-24 dec. 50 min. east 600 feet to .post 2s4 inches two and one half 2fr feet 'high marked XY on north face Eouths"!?"t Mariposa First North Extension Oro Plata Co. mine, and also marking northwest oorner of Mariposa claim from which top of large blaok boulder on high peak between Todd and Layne basins bears north 62 deg. 5 mm. oast, thence from said post and monument north 65 deg. 10 min. east 150 feet to a post 2x4 inches -two and one half 2K feet&gh mark ed 1JL on ithe Boxtn zaoe and u on tne loutii face in mound of stone sotting on the vein north. and of Mariposa miue and south end of Mariposa First North Extension Oro Plata Co. mine from whioh mout& of tunnel on Mariposa claim bears south 24 deg. 50 miu. east 133 feet, thence from said post and monument north 65 deg. 10 rniru east 150 feet to a post 2x4 inohes two and one half 214 feet high marked I on north face and C on south face at southeast corner of Mariposa First North Extension Oro Plata Co. mine and place of beginning, containing four 4 and ld-iuu acres. ine loca tion of this mine is recorded in the Re corder's.ofilce of Mohave county. Territory of Arizona in Book L page 154 of the Walla- pal District mining records wlncn aro de posited in the office of the Recorder of Mo have con at v. Arizona. Any and all persona claiming advorsely any portion of Oro Plata or First North jXtension or manposu mining cihiim wr surfaoe ground are required to file their ad verse olaims with the Register of the United Stales Land Office at Prescott. Arizona, during the sixty days period of publication hereof or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. THOMAS WING, Register. SU3IMOXS, In the Justice's Court of Mineral Park Preoihot,' of the county of Mohave, Ter ritory of Arizona. Vm, H, Lake, Plamtiff , vs. E. H. Smith and Elizabeth bmitn, JJefendants. The Territory of Arizona sends greeting to E. L. Smith. Yon are hereby summoned to appear be fore me, at mv office in Mineral Park in the county of Mohave on the 8th day of Februa ry 1884, ut 2 o'clock p, m., in. an action broucht aoamst vou bv said plaintiff to answer the complaint of tho above named plaintiff. Said aotion is brought to rcoover the sum of one hundred and ten 48-100 dol lars said to be due to plaintiff for goods, wares and merchandise sold and delivered to the defendant8.or judgment will be taken against you for the said amount, together with the costs of this suit if you fail to ap pear and answer. To the Sheriff or any Constable of said county, greeting: Make legal service Qnd due return thereof. Given under my hand this 8th day of Peoember 1833. James J. Htdb, A Justice of the' Peace for said Precinct. SOME REASONS "Why yo should Bubsorihe for the Mohave County Miner: JgEOATJSE It in the Best Printed Paper. BECAUSE it contains the most reading matter, BECAUSE it has the largest circulation in the county BECAUSE it goes to ewy mining oamp in thiB territory. BECAUSE it is devoted more epeoially to tha mining interests of the county. BECAUSE its mining reports are alwayfl fiesh and reliable. BECAUSE it is acknowledged by all to. be the best paper in Mohave county . BECAUSE it contains tho most news from all partB of the oounty and es pecially in regard to mine, miser &nd mining 8UttrrajjS4rIij Firsts iinseiiiori Noy. '5th. Notice .for.JPuMication. ' MrsrrBAi. Arrx30ATicN. No. 231, United States L.in OmoE, Prescott. Arizona, Novembor 25th. ISSo ! AiNotioai3 hereby given that Ahvnzo.L. Dnyis, whose .postoffios address is Mineral Park, Mohave county, Territory f Ari zona, has this day filed his application for a patont ior twelv hundred Q200) hno:r feot of the Todd-voin,4.)de or deposit, bear ing gold and silver, with surface ground three hundred (300) feet in width, situated in tho Wallapai mining District, county of Mohave, Territory )f 'Arizona, and desig nated by the field notes and offioial l:lt on filo in this office as lot No42, embracing a portion of section 7 of township No. 22, north ofVrange No. 17 west.ttjrila and Salt River meridian. . TWirminrr it a ooflt "2x4 inches. 2J feet. high, marked 1 in mound of stone on norlh end of claim from whioh qnar er-'sootion corner of section 7, range 17 woit and sec tion 12, range 18 west, Gila and Salt River meridian, boaraaiorth-43 deg49 min vo-t 651 feet nd initial point of original 'lo cation a small monument bears south 44 dog 7 min E 600 feet and mouth -of tunnel seventeen ft. long bears south 44 deg 7 min eastr642 feet, and shaft 22 feot deep bears south 44 dejj.T' east 659 feet: thence Jfrom said post arfd monument north s4f deg 53 min east 150 feat to a post -2x4 'inches 2 feet high marked. II' in mound of stonos on northeast corner of claim from which post marked III on Mariposa, lit North Exten sion Oro Plata Co. mine, lot No. 41 boars north!42 deg 51min east 541 feet and cento of blaok boulder on divide between rL-'vnn Basin and Todd Basin boars north 72 deg 3 min east; thence from said past and mon ument south 44 deg 7 min ost 600 feet tn center of main wash 1200 f et to a post 2x4, inches, 2K foot bid marked III -in mound of granite stone at southeast corner of ol im. from Whioh month of tunnel 60 foot long bears north 53 deg 41 min west 50 foet to wash 601 feet to mouth of tunnel: thunno from said post aud monument s-mth 45 dc 53 min west 16C foet to tr til 300 fwt t- post 2x4 inches, 2 feet high, marked IV in mound of stones at southwest corner Of claim, from -whioh the largo oottonwood tree in front of '.T. P. Layne's houe bears south 86 dog 2 min wost and location at ke on Silver mino bears south t?3 deg 10 min east 570 feet: thence from said pnt and monument north 44 deg 7 min west 533 feet toLayne's'trail, 1200 feet tn a post 2x4 inches, 2)4 feet high, marked V in mound of stones" at northwest corner of olnim from whioh face of cut 8x23 foet bears south 85 deg 45 min east 89 feet: thence from saul post and monument nnrtn 4n nee ft.i mm' east 150 feet to post 2x4 inches. 2K feet hieh. marked I in nionnd of otono and place of beginning.contatmng R 26-1W1 nors. The location of this mine is reanrcVd in thp Recorder's office of Mohave -vnntv. Terri tory of Arizona, m 5?ook A, Roeorri BomV of Mining Olaims of Walhp'i district. Mo have conntv, Torrritory of Arizona, p re 93. of which district records tno "mm-tv Recorder of Mohavo county is the Cast dian. Anv and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Tod1 mine r mirfiot eround are required to nle their aovprse claims with tho Register of tho Tinted StatoB Land Office at Pre;ntt. tiz-m dnrinc tho sixty days period of publication hereof or they will be barred by virtue of the nroision8 of tno st?t.nto. THOMAS WING, Register. "ALL. THE YEAR." Atlantic & PacifS, - ' Is now open-fer-'through traffic between thoP-itctfio Coast Mm theT2;-.st, in connection with The Soutai Pacific, Atchison, ToDeka & Santa Fe, St. Louis g San Francisco, Railroads thereby forming tho best and shortest line between ho East and the West, with all the .modern improve ments and conveniences fox safoty and-comfuit. PULLMAN PALAC SLEEPING CARS Will bo run through between St. Louis, Kansas City and San Francisco. WEST E.VST 9:50 a m Albuquerquo 7-00 p m 8:50 p m Coojidgo 1:10 p m 4:13 u m Wingate 12:22 p m 4;39 a m Gallup 11:55 a tn 5:17 pm Manuelito 11:15 am 8:45 p m Holbrook 8:25 a m 10:10 p m Winslow 6:50 a m 1:00 a m Flagstaff 4:33 a m 3;10 a m Williams 25 a m 5KX) a m Aefa Fork 1:00 a m 8:30 a m Peach Springs 10:00 p m 9 26 a m Hackborry 8:35 p m 106 a m Kingman 7:30 p m 130 p m Ar. Needles Lv. 4:10 p m 12. -00 m Lv, Needles Ar. 1:45 p ru 1030 pm Mohave 3:30 am 2:40 p m Ar. San Francisco Lv. 930 a m 7:55 a m Los Angeles 5:15 p m Through tickets to all the principal cities oast and west on salo at tho following sta tions, viz: Albuquerque. N. M.. Holbrook, Winslow, Flagstaff. Peach Springs, King man, A. T., and Tho Needles. Cal. Trains on the Atlantic & Pacific railroid will hereafter be run on Jffersun City, Mo. time 58 minutes faster than Albuquerque time. Trains on the Southern Pacific rail road will use San Francisco time, which is two hours slower than Jefforsou City time. STAGE CONNECTIONS. Via Peach Springs to tho Grand Canyon of the Colorado, 18 miles. Via Kingman, daily stagos to Stockton Hill, 10 miles; Mineral Park, 18 miles; Cer bat, 12 miles. Via Yucca to Signal, 40 miles. Via Needles, steamer to Fort Mohave. Mo have City, Hardyvillo, Arizona; and El Do rado Canon, Nevada. For further information, consult or ad dress Local Agents A. & P. R. R., or F. W. SMITH, Gen'l Snpt. O.B. "Wiliiahs, Gen'l Freight and Pass. Agent. Sole Trader's Declaration. To whom it may concern: Notice is here by given that I, Conception Gross, of Mohave county, Territory of Arizona, wife of Charles Gross, do hereby declare and publish my intention and purpose of carry ing on business in my own name and on mv own account as a sole trador in tue county of Mohavo, Territory of Arizona and on and after the da to hereof, pursuant to and un der the provisions of Chapter XXXII Com piled Laws' of Arizona. The business I in tend carrying on is that of j mining, stook raising and dealing in personal property. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this seventh day of Deoemberl883. Conception Gnoss. TBBBITOBT OP AmZOJlA, ) SB. Count oy Mohave. J On this seventh day of December, A. D. 1883., before me, John K. MaoKenzie, clerk of the distriot oourt of tho third judici fistrict of the terrif ory of Arizona, in ana dor the county of Mohave, personally ap peared Conoepcion Gross, the wife of Charles Gross, personally known to mo to be the same porson described in nnd who' executed the foregoing instrument, who being by me made acquainted with the con tents of said instrument, separate from and without the hearing of her- said hatband she acknowledged to me that she executed the same freely and voluntarily, without fear or compulsion from hor said husband, and that she does not wish to retract the execution of the same, and fo?the uses and purposes therein mentioned. Wiineea my hand and the seal of the said distriot court this eevonth day of December IfZJX J0B8 K.MACMRZlfc, iFiTHg'a&sert.ina Deo.'2nd. Kotiec for FkiblicatioH. Metebii. AypiiCATioK No. 132. LNiTKDSTATuaLANDOyrios, I Prescott, Arizona. November 25th 1853. J Notice -is Jieiobyi van that William .. Grounds .ud Laiuaou S. W.elton whose post ohice uudrttsa is iiineral P.rk, Monave ouuuty, Territory of Arizona, and Henry C. Wilson wiiose uostofllce address 18 lied lilufi', Tehama county. State of California, have tnirf-day filed their application for a patent lor six.Lundrd 600 linear feet of the Xlaripoi vein, lode or t def-'Pit, ba.trmi; j;old and silver, together with surface ground turee.huudreU 200 feet in width, bit uatod in the Y8ilapal Mining District, in tho county-of Mohva and territory ol Ari zona, aud designated by the field notes and ufiicial plat on file in this oflice aa lotNo. fnrtv.tiioe.43 m section No. -seven 7 tin township No. twenty-two 22 north, of rano No. seventeen 17 Wcit.Gila and .Salt River meridian. Said lot No. foity-thrce 43 being described as follows, to wit: l3e;iumug .t a po.it two 2 by Jour-linoaes two and a hidf 2M feet hin .xnarked A in inouud of siuuea and on tne .a.iuth end ut Maripaia:olaiuj,' from which initial point of inaction !i am ill stone nionumeut and stake on center of vem bears north 24 deg-COiuin west 100 feet to ravine. 300 feot to initial monument, and shaft twenty Jeet deep bears uor'h 2-i deg. 60 mm. west ituieet to ruviiift. ygy feet to shaft: thence from said north 65(ldoc. 10 mm. wt. lyiifMHtma shaft on nroodrty nov uianued by U. Wright and .1 . P. Layne and iixtHti uuouueiit to tne location oi wif ill. M.innuiu n.inn ISO fuet to a post two 2 bv l'..nr 4 inches and two and one half 2 liu7n marked li m mound of ntuned ut a .uthtsast comer of claim; thence trum sud oust iind.nionument north 24 dug. 50 min. west 600 feet to a post two 2 by four 4iucues; turn .old h. hilf Ihi leet.nnm mameQ on Kontii face mid 1 on north faae in mound of ut,.Ti i.i. iiiii-t!in:ist o. truer of claim, said stjtkrt marked iu.irk;d tJ and I alsj m irkuig the houthtaut coriitir ut tho.Mariiosa Jpirst N.ilh JlxteiiMou .Oro Plata Company ulami.iotNo. 41,.froiii which the main shaa tnn ty-threj 33 feet .deep boar.s south 6 de. 55 nun. vest lui leet to cutou.jreuusyiv.iui. mine cl iiied by J. P. Liyne and located subsequent io tho loc vtinu of the Mariposa mine 2fc9 fottt to a .uiaiu shaft: thenco from said pust and monument south 5 deg. 10 mm. west 95 foet to jroppings of Penn sylvania miue, 150 feet to a post two 2 by fniii-4 inohas. two and a half 2X feet ,high marked D on the south face aim Y on .the J north f tce in mound f stono on north .eiidf i of said Mariposa claim. S 'id post D also marking the south ond of.Oro Plata mine, LotTo 41 troui whioh mouth of tunnel on Mariposa lode baais south 24 deg. 5J min. east 133 feot; thenots from said pst audr monument south65 dejt. J0-min. W 150 feet to .i jwst twnJJiby four 4 inches' two and one hrtlf.2 foot nih mark d E u south face aiid N on north face in mound distant an northwest C'rnor of Mariposa cl am.. Said post marked E and N marking the hou'thwest corner of M.itiposa '.First N irth Lxtensioii'Oro Platsi Omipny's claim Lot No. "41 fromavhich top of laro black boal-i-.r yn.high pe.tk btjtv-eu T-dd and Layne Basins hours north 62 deg. 5 aim. east, : nd postmarked IV on inirthwest corner of Oro Plata miue .iit No. 41 bears north 24 do. 5J miu. west 6 0 fet: thnce fnnu s ud post and monumont SiUth 24 do;T. 50 mm. o i-t GX feet to a west .two 2 by .four 4 inches, vtwo and a..h.;lf:2 feot high marked F i raound of stone on Houthwest comer of Mariposa claim, from which quarter section corner of section No. 7, range 17 west, aud seotion 12. ranca 18 west bears north 53 ieg 20 min. west 187!) feet; Ihence from said .post and monument north 65 deg. 10 .min. .east laOiuit to.post tw. 2 by four 4 inches, two and a half 21 feet hih -n nionnd of atV" markjUlH" of bHiniiini'. nry "I'ho locatum of this minH is re-i r3od "in the Recorder's office of Mohavo county, Territory of " rizona in look A. pigo 71 of the WUfap i Mining District records which said records : re dt posited in the offlct of tho Recorder of M h ive o unty. Arizona. Any and all pfrsons olaimirur adver oly any iortiti of said Marip iSt m no or sur faco ground aro required to filo their ad verso olaims with tho Register of tho Unit ed States Land Office at Prescott in the Torritory of Arizona during the sixty days period of publication hereof, or they will be barrodiby virtuo of tho provisions of tllio .statute. THOM.lS WING, Register. First insertion Nov. 25th. Aotice lor Publication. Minebaxj Application fo.128. United States Land Office, Prescott, Arizona November 25. 1883. Notice is hereby given that Wuliam F. Giounds aud Lamsou -S. Yvuitou, who-.o xObtoifiue address is Mineral Park. Mohave 4:ouni-y, Territory of Arizona, have this day lileu tueir application for a patent for one thousand luoO linear feet of the "duno'' vein, loue or dejjosit bearing silver and gold together with surface ground six hun dred 6uu feet in wtdUmituaieJ in Wallapai mining district m tho county of Mohave. Territory of Arizona aud designated by the field notes and official plat on filo in this oliice as lot No. 39, embracing a portion of Section No. 33 of township No.24noith of range 18, west Gila and Salt luver meridian. Beginning at a pust two 2 by four 4 inches two and one half 2) feot high marked I in mound of Atones on center of vein on south end of claim from which tLo comer c mi llion to sec. 33, sec. 34, sec. 4 and section 3 in township 23 and 24, north of range 18 west Gil i aud Salt River meridian, bo.irs south 33" 35' Odst 3u23 feot; th nee from taid post and monument north 56" 40' oast &Q feet to a post two 2 by four 4 inches 2 feet high marked II m mound of stones on southeast oorner of claim from which the top of muliue forty 40 foet deep bears south 82"" 55' west 314 feet and shaft nim-ty-five 95 feet deep bears norih 6S" C5' west 373 feet. Ihejtce from said i-ost and m.mu meni north 38" 20' west 1 00 f tjet to a p st two 2 by four 4 inches, two and one half 2)-j feet higti. marked 111 in mound of stones at northeast umier of claim, from which north incline r-haft thirty 30 feet deep bo rs south 4 5U' east 583 feet. Thence from saii post and monument south 56 40' west 60" feet to a post two 2 by four 4 inches, two and a half 24 feet high, marked IV in mound of stones on northwest oorner of claim fro.i. wh'ch the yallows frame on Sil ver Hill shaft be tra south 17 21' east and feet to a post two 2 by four 4 moues two and one half 2 feet high marked V in mound of Btomoson southwest oorner of claim from which a monument on top of Stieinms Peak bo iia south 66 37 enst. Thence from s - id post and monumont north 56u 40' east 300 feet to a post two 2 by four4 inches 2 feot high marked I in mound of stone and plaoe of beginning, containing thirteen 13 and 77-103 aores. T!,e IiCiition of thi3 mino is recordeu in the recorder's office of Moh ve county. Terntiry of Arizona in book D. p.:Q 319 mining reards of Mohavo county, Territory of Arizona. Any and all persons claiming adersely any portion of a-tid "Juno" mino or surface ground are required t-file t eir adverso claims with the register of the United States Land office at Presoott, Arizona during the sixty days period of publication hereof or they will be barred by virtue of the provi sions of the statute. THOMAS Roaister. J. H. MOLLERING, FOUWAHDIXG AND COMMISSION. Goods marked in my enre will be forwarded promptly to Sig nal and surrounding country. Fnll particulars in regard to freight rates, &c, given upon application. ark cira J. ft. M. YUCCA, ARIZONA. mm nnd ....moiuonl sontU S'.'" 2iT e:M 1000 t?.'?l ..?SIm lm tlTirst jnocrtionvNov. 25th. Netlce for Publication. MrxriBAXt ArpucATioK No. 129. -Umited States Land Oitioe. Presoott Arizona NoVember.25th 1883. ) Notico is hereby given that-Lumson S. Welton and William F. Grounds whoe Post office addre.'ia is Mineral Park. Mohave county, Territory of Arizona, have this day filed their application for a patont. for fif teen hundred 1500 feet of the Cordelia mine or vein or lode bearing silver and gold with surface .round six hundred 600 foet in width situated in Wall ipaionining district, coun ty of Mohave and Territory of Arizona and dosiguatM b" field -nates and official plat on file in this oruce as!L6t No 4(1 in sections Nos. 7 aud-12f township jNo. 22 north of range No. 18 west Gila and SaltRiver meri dian. Said lot No. 40 being described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a; post two 2 by four 4 inches two and it half 2$ feet high marked I in mound of stone on south end of claim from which ouarter section stake of section No. J r.uigel7 west section No. 12 range 18 west township No. .northljoars south lfiw 26' east 661 feet and north east oorner-of Todd mine bearB south'S?" 4' oast 1233 feet and initial point of original location a stone monument and stake on center of vein situ ate on north side of mino shaft sixty 60 feet deep bears north 18" 30' west 70 feet to trail leading, f ix?m Bobtail BaBin 200 feet to initial monumont thence from post marked I N 71" 30' west 600 feet to a post two 2 by four 4 inches two and a half 2 foet high and marked IV in mound of stones on north west corner of claim from which top of mon ument on Mineral Park Nigorhoad bears N 30 T west thence from wiid.post.and monu ment south 18 30' easttloOO feet to -a post two 2 by four 4 inches, two and one half 2 feet high marked V in mound of stonos on southwest corner claim from which a pros pect sh ft fifteen 15 feet deep, on lower -uide of hide, be trs north 7"" 55' east 398 feet and liw chimney of a stono house bears north 66" 3S1 west. Thence from said post and monnmen t north 71 30' oast S00 feet to a post m irked I and pl-ce of beginning, containing twonty 20 and 66-100 across. The motion of this miuo is recorded in the Recorder's office of "Mohave oounty. Territory -of Arizona in Book D. pages 522 and 523 in'Uing records of Mohavo county. Arizona. Any and nil persons olaimirg adversely anv portion of said "Cordelia" mine or surf ice giounfl are required to filo rtheir adverse claims with the Register of the United States Land Office at:Proscott in the Torritory of Arizona dur ing the sixty days period of publication hereof or thov will ba d-jbarrad by virtue of tho statute THOMAS WING, Register. iFirst .Insertion Nov. 11. ApjilicHlioii Tor -a l'ntcut to the (icneral jLc Quartz Dlixiiug Claim. United States Lino Oftice, ) Prescott, Arizona Territory, Nov. 5, 1883. J Notioe is hereby given that V. A. DuBois, whoso posto fi.ee .--ddresH is fchelbv; A. W. Powers, whose .p.stoliico address is Sandus ky; Albert S'eooiaua. aud E. C. Smith, whoso postoffice address is Warren; L. G.. Moore and John GilLs, whose poit llloe ad dress is Kinsman; E. A. Reed, whose post oilice address is Veruou; J. W. K iey, J . G. Jeani'iKS. S. W. Sessions ;uad I. P Limsoii, who-e posldffico address is Cleveland; E. P. Bates and I. H. Batos, whose postoflioe ad dress is Wooster; J. McGleuen. whose post oiiice address is Creston: Geo. H. Hay, whos-j nostoffico address is Milton; T. G. lLooiais and N. G. Harris, whose postomce address is Lodi: A G. ilawlev liuv, an in Uliio; and F. K. Shawhan. wh se postoffire address is Pike City. State of California, have this day filed therr application for a Patent, by Albert Yeouiar.s, their attorney in fact, whose potoifice address is Warren, Ohio, for one tLousand l noar feet known as tLo General Lee mine, on tho Arnold win or lode, of goid and silver bearing rock, with surface ground six hundred fe.-t in w.dth, d.uatod in Godtr Valley mining dis trict, Miha-vo ..county. Arizona 3'erritory. and design ttud by the field notes and offi cial pl.a filed in this oflice as lot No. 39, on tho oliiaial jilat of survey thore;f. The ex terior boundaries of said lot No. 39 are as follows, to-wi-ta Beginning at a granite post marked "G. L. No. 1 1. M." which is at tho cotiter of thoaiorth boundary line of tho General Lee mino and of the south boun dary dine of tho Arnold mine, by the side of winch .post a mound of stones; thenco running north 86 deg. 27 miu east 300 foot to a post in a mound f stones marked 4,G L. No. 2;" thence running south 3 do-i. 33 min.. east 1,000 f'0. to a post in a mound of stone markid "G. L. No.3;' thence running south h'6 ueg. 27 min., west 300 feet to a stone post in Uio centro of the soutli boun dary of tbo General L-iO miuo marked G.'L. No. if thoao siui-j course 300 feot to a post in a mound of stones marked L. N . 5f from this post :he west, centre of Jerome's stone house bears south 21 deg. 15 min., west 18 feet distant; thenco run ning north 3 deg. 33 min., west l.Ov.0 feet to a po.t in a mound of .stones ra irked 'G. L. N. fif from this pt the United States mineral monument Na. 1. Cedar Valley dis triot. boars north IS deg. 15 min., west 295 feot distant: thcice rutmiug north 86 deg. 27 min.. east 300 feot to the initial or lo cation) monument and place of beginning: Magnetic variation 14 deg. 15 min. east, containing 13.77 aces, Tho location of this mino is TeooTded in the Recorder's office of Mohave county, Arizona Territory. Tho adjoininu olaims are on tho north '.he Ar nold mine and ou the south tho Hubbard Consolidated miue. Any aud all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Giwral Lee mineorsui face ground aro required to file their ad verse claims with the Rogisterof tho United States L-nd Ofilco sit Prescott. in Arizona Territory, dunn? the sixty days period of publication hereof or they will be debarred bv virtue of the provisions of the statute, It is hereby orderd that the forogoiug notico of application for patent bo published for the period of ten consecutive weeks in the Moaiive CotrNrx Miner, a weekly news paper published at Mmerd Park, Arizona Territory. THOMAS WING, Register. DR. ALLEN'S PRIVA 3 K llSlI-:aiSARY, THE EXPERT SPECIALIST, DR. ALLEN. AS IS WELL 1Q- OWN. IS A regular grain tted Physicr.n. oduoated at Rowdoin Oollego and University of Michigan. He has devoted a lifetime to the study of the treatment and uuru of diseases within his specialty. YOUNG MEN, And middle-aged men wnu are suffering from the elfeota of Youthful Indisoietions. or Excesses in maturer years. Nervous and fhysic.il Debility, Impotence. Lost Man hood. c fusion of ide is. dull eyes, aversion to society, despondenoy, pimples on the face, loss f energy .aid memory, frequency of uri nating, eto Remember, that by a combina tion ufremediesofgre.it curative power the Doctor has so arr uged his treatment that it wiil not only afford immediate relief, but per maHent cure. Y 1IOSPI J A I. EXPEOIEXCE Havmg been surgeon in charge of two leading hospitals, enables me t trait all private troubles with excellent results. I wish it dis tinctly understood th it I do not claim toper form impossibilities, or to have miraculous or supernatural power, I claim only to be a skillful and successful Physician and Sur geon thoroughly informed in my specialty -IMSEASES OF MAX AH applying to uia will receive my honest opinion of their a implaints No experiment ing. I will guarantee a positive cure in every c ise I undertake, or forfeit $1,000. Consulta tion in offloa or by letter fbbe and strictly private. Charges Yeas mable.Callor address 1K. AIXES 26 Kearny street, S inPranciaoo, Cal. Of fice hours a to 3-dailv, 7 to 8 eveuinf?. 52tf a week made at home by the indus trious. Best business now before the public. Capital not needed. Wo will start vou. Men.woroen.bovs and girls wanted everywhere to work for usNow is the time. You can work in enure time, or give your whole time to the business. No other busir nesa will pay you nearly as well. No oneoan fail to make enormous pay, by engaging at ones. Costly outfit and terras free. Money made fast, easily and honorably. Address Tjht Co., AAustt Kaim. 93yl First insertion November 11th 1883. Vkp?licatia for a Paleat to tMe -Hubbard Consolidated. Quartx Mining Claim. United States Land Otkck, I Prescott, Arizona-T'erritory, Nov. 5, 1883. ) Notice is hereby.given, that Albert Yeo mans, whose postoflloe address is Warroc. Ohio, has this day filed his application for a patent for one thousand linear feet known as tho Hubbard Consolidated mine, on the Arnold vein or lode of gold and silver bear-1 ing rock, with surf aco ground six hundred feot m width, situated in Cedar Valley min-! ing district, Mohave-county, Te.ritory of Anzona, and designated by the field notes and offioial plat filed in this office as Lot No. 41, on the offioial plat 6f-survey thoroof. Tho exterior boundaries of said hot No. 41 are as follows, to wit: Beginning at a stone post by side of a mound of stones, marked on the south side thereof, "H. C. No. 1.' being the cen tre of the north btaindarylino of'saidmin und the centre uf tho south boundary life, of tho General Lc-o mine on the same loine thenco north 86 deg. 27 min. oast 300 feetde; wpost in a mound of -stones, marked on t to south side "L U. 2o.-a; ' tnence runni ne south 21 deg. 15 mm. oast 11)00 foet to ng nost in a mound of stones marked ri. a No. 3:" thenco nmnine south 86 dot?. 27 miO weBt 300 feet to a stone post by tho side of a mound of stones marked "Ji. U lip. 4; at the centre of tho south bouudary line of said mine. Tho 'Umtod States Mmr.u Monument No. 1. Cedar Valley district, bears north 21 dee. 10 min. west from this post. Thence running south 86 deg. 27 min west 300 foot to a post in a mound of stones marked 4?H. C. No. 5;" thence running" north 21 deg. 15 min. wast 1000 feot to a post m a mound of stones and eartn marKeu on the south side "H. O. No. 6." said last. o nrse at 967 feet interseots1;lre'"8. V. cor'-n ner of Jerome's stono house. Thence run ning north 86 deg. 27 nun. east 300 fot!t to posttts. U. jNo. l; the plaoo of beginning, Magnetic variation 14 de.?. 15 min. eist. Containing 13.12 acres. Tho location of this mine is rooorded m the Recorder's office o'f Mohave county. Arizona Territory. Tho adjoining claims are. on tho north the General Lee. on tire south the Live Yankee, on the west the El Pu bio inininc claims. Anv and all persons claiming adversel y anv portion of the Hubbard Consolidated miuo or surface ground are required to file their adverse claims with -tho reeister of the United States Land OfHco at Prescott,' in Territory Of Arizona, during the sixty davs nnriod of miblioatiOn hereof, or thev wjn be debarred by Virtuo of the provisions cf tno btatutes. It is hereby ordered that tho foregoing. Notice of Applioation-f or a Patent be pub lished for -the period of ten conscoutivo wooks in the Mohave Coustt Mined, a weekly newspaper published at Mineral Park, Mohave Countv. Arizona Territory. THOMAS WING, Reeister. sFirstinsertion Nov. 25th. XotSce lor publication. Minehal Application -No. 127. United Status Lsnd'Opfxce, ) Presoott, Arizona, November 25th 18S3. 1 Notice is hereby given that Lamson S. Welton aud William F Grounds whose Postofllce address is Mineral Park. Mohave county. Territory of Arizona, have this day filed their application for a patent for one thousand 1000 linear feet of tho Lone Star f.de or deposit bearing gold and silver 'liiiMil the AVallapai J minins district, countv of MouTJ?TSniSiii ritory of Arizona and designated -by the field notes and official plat on file in his office as lot No. 33 in township No. 23, North a portion of section No. 18 of said section No, IS of township No. 23 North of range "No. 17 west, Gila and Salt River meridian. Said lot No. 38 being dosenbed as follows, to "wit: Begimrngat west end cf -claim on center of vein and upper fide of &r.covery shaf t al-u known as diviling shaft f:urteon 11 fet deep at a post two 2 inches by four 4uche in diameter two aud a half 2 feot high marked I in moucd of htont-e on west end of claim it being the dividing monumont be tween the Lone Star miuo and Silver Star mino irm which initial point of original iHoatiffn a small "monument cf scono boars souh 80 10' east 300 fect: thonce from mid monument and post south i)u .W west to a post two2bv four 4 inches two and one half 2)4 feet high marked II in mound of storroa on southwest corner of claim from which the corner common to sec'tion 18 sec tion 23 and seotion 1U in township 23 north of range 17 west and runge IS wesr. Gila and Salt River meridian bears south 23 40' wes' 2U48 feet and tho lower upright of gallows Cranio over main shaft bears north 76" f o st 282 feet and uppor oorner of tho shaft on '"Rlue Roy" viine bears south .11" 10' oast 163 feet to wagon road, IDS feet to shaft: tnence from said -post and monument south 550" 10' east 159 faot to wagon road 209 feet to ravine 276 feet to wagon road 762 fs?t to big wash 1C00 feet to a iost two 2 by four 4 J incneatwo ana a nan sft ieei .ingn marueu III io mound of stones on southeast comor of claim fro n which a sha,ft seventy five 75 ieet deep bears norlh 1" 55' westloS feet and a pine tree on top of apeak s -uth of Gros wash baars south 32 3' wast, thence from sid post and monument north O f0' east 300 to a post two 2 by four 4 inches two nnd a half 2 feet high marked IV in mound of stone on northeast corner of claim from whioh a shaft- seven 7 feet deep bears south CO" 3T' west 217 feet to ravine 363 fe-at to shaft and highest peak south Canon station rond bears south 40 9' east: thenoe from r.aid post and monument north 80 10' wet 230;feet to a wash 685 feot to ravino 1000 f ?et a post two 2 by four 4 inches two and a ha! 2K f? high marked V in raound of stones at northwest cofner of claiw from which the air haft one hundrpd 100 feet deep bears south 22 25' east 142 iet to Henkles trail 248 feet to shaft, and main shaft on Silver Star mine bears nonth 48 40' west 167 feet and northwest corner of building over hoisting works bears south 49 35' east295K 'f0- nnd a shaft forty 40 feet deep on a hill side on Lonw Star lode bsar itonth 54 15' east SCO feet to ravino 3ZV feet to shaft thence from said post and mon ument ponth 9" 50' west 150 fet to post two 2 bv fonr4 two and a half 2)4 feet high marked I in monnd of stones and place of bflgining containing six Grnd 88-lC0aorM. The location of this mine is recordod in th Recorders office' of Mohave countv in book A records of Wallapai raining d'strict,pacp 111 winch reoords are deposited in the office of tho conntT recorder of Mohave county, Arizona T-rritory. Any and all persons claiming advorsely any poition of said Lone Star mine or ?nr faco ground aro required to filo thoir'nri vorso claims with the register of th United States Land office at Presoottj Arizona Territory, during tha sixty days period of publication hereof or they will bo barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute THOMAS WING. Register, Jonsumption Cured. 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