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From Saturday's Daily.
F.R Edwards is in town today from
A. B. Stephens of San Francisco, is
T. W.'Nelson, 'of Winslow, is spend
ing a few days in this city.
A Chinese woman, the wife of one of
the Chinese c irchants, died in China
town yesterday and was buried this
E. E. Hale, a new arrival from Wash
ington, Indiana, has accepted a posi
tion with The New York Store as man
ager of the shoe department.
J. A. 'Whean.-a wealthy gentleman
of Sault St. Marie, Michigan, arrived
in Prescott last evening and went out
to the property being operated by E.
P.-Q. Smith, for several years with
Marshall, Field & Co., Chicago, is a
new arrival in Prescott and accepted
a position with The New York Store
as general manager.
From passengers who came up from
Phenix this morning it was learned
that Yesterday was just about such a
day there as it was here until the sand
storm ended in a fine rain.
The snow storm in Prescott was of
too short duration to suit most of the
people who wonld have liked to see at
least a foot of snow fall, but the three
inches of snow that did fall was very
The Journal-Miner acknowledges
pleasant call today from J. B. Palmer,
who arrived in Prescott last night
from Los Angeles. Mr. JPalmer will
oDerate the new linotype which will
soon be added to the Herald office.
We place United States government
bonds in escrow to guarantee invest
ments in stocks and bonds. Our east
ern corresDondents are in position to
sell securities so guaranteed. Central
States Underwriting and Guarantee
Corporation, Tribune Building, Chi
Architect Minor, who prepared the
plans for the new Elks hall has esti
mated that for about $15,000 addi
tional to what the present building
will cost, a first class opera house
could be added to" it. There is
movement on foot to raise this amount
among the citizens of the town and
have the addition made.
Miss Nellie Marshal, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Marshal, was sur
prised by abont twenty of her school
mates- this afternoon and the little
people had a great time playing
games, snow balling and coasting.
That they had great fun goes without
savinir. for children of that age never
fail to have a good time when they
Edward Grundsfeld, manager of
the Eqitable Life Assurance Society
of the United States for the depart
ment of Arizona. New Mexico and
southwest Texas, came in from Albu
qoerque last evening to consult with
A. J. Herndon, of this place, who is
the Arizona agent for that great com
pany. Mr. Grunsfeld spjaks in great
praise of the success Mr. Herndon is
having for the Equitable.
The Monday Club has received an
acceptance from Governor and Mrs.
Brodie to attend the St. Valentine
ball to be given in the Odd Fellows
hall In this city on the evening of the
15th of this month. The Monday Club
is giving this ball for the purpose of
increasing their fund for the estab
lishment of a manual training de
partment for boys in the public
schoal. This will undoubtedly be one
of the nicest balls of the season and
the cause being a most worthy one the
efforts of the ladies should meet with
hearty aid from all who are in favor
of increasing the "sefulness of our al
ready splendid schools.
Again the farmers are looking ex
pectantly for the rain that will prove
their salvation. Yesterday dawned
with a wind, and all day wasblustery,
the most disagreeable day of the year.
The wind blew from the southwest
and the wiseacres prophesied rain. At
snndown the wind died down and the
rain commenced in a short time. Las'
night remained warm and the sky was
still overcast, so that more is prob
able. The official figures of the pre
clpitation were not obtainable last
night, but enough rain had fallen to
make the streets muddy, and bring
broad smiles to the faces of those wb
have crops planted. Gazette.
Last night the pnpils and the!
teacher, Miss Mason, in the seventh
grade in the public school, surprised
Frank Gordon, one of their number,
with a surprise party, It being bis
sixteenth birthday, loaded with arms
full of good things to eat and hearts
full of congratulation. They played
games until twelve o'clock and left
wishing Frank many more such birth
days. Those present are as follows
Miss Mason, Mamie Oond, Winnie
Clarke, Mary Stumps, Kate Fitzger-
aid, Alice Durbin, Roxie Creekmur,
Georgle Love, Fleta Smith, Bell
Smith, Lamar Wilder, Nellie Roberts,
Marion Rogers, Henry Stephen,
Mayo Simpson, Frank Murphy, Jes
sie Thompson, Hugh Barr, Jessie Car
timal, Walter Daudna, Willie Keegan.
i'rank Wilson, Ca Burham, Harold
Munds, R. A. Smelter, Gud Mulllno.
Hub Fort, Mrs. Keisler.Mrs. itoberts.
Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs. Simpson.
From flonaay's Daily
11. P. Anewalt left this morning for
Los Angeles on a short visit and bus
Mrs. M. E. Morin left this morning
for San Francisco, where she will
spend a couple of months with her par
Don't select an unknown medicine
if you want to get rid of stomach,
liver or kideny troubles. Wise people
use the Bitters because for fifty years
it has never failed in cases of poor
appetite, indigestion, flatulency, dys
pepsia and constipation. Give it a
The smelter at Val Verde has been
closed down for a short time to allow
of some changes id tho machinery and
Rev. G. H. Adams, formerly super
intendent of the Arizona mission of
the Methodist church, came up this
morning from his home in Pheaix.
W. C. Bashford returned to Prescott
yesterday from a trip to the Imperial
group of mines, formerly known as the
Old Boot properties, near Tombstone.
W. C. Brandon, assistant cashier of
the Prescott National bank, returnod
home Saturday night after a few days
visit with his family in Los Angeles.
Tommy Robinson, who has been con-
fln9d to his room for several days
with an attack of fever, is able to be
down to the store again today al
though ho does not feel like challeng
ing the "Iron Man" to around as yet.
The Eagles announce that at the
coming entertainment next Thursday
night, tho only stage that will bo used
will be the regular platform in the
west end of the hall. There will be
no dancer of Are as no curtains will
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wheelock, ar
rivod in Prescott Saturday night for
few weeks' visit with the latter's sis
ter. -Mrs. Geo. Wooster. Instead pi
taking apartments at the Arndt resi
dence, they have decided to stay at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Wooster.
Rev. and Mrs. E. O. Mclntier will
leave tomorrow morning for Los An
geles where they will remqin for about
month. Rev. Mclntier has been in
quite poor health for several weeks,
and hopes the trip and rest will re
store his health and strength.
The company of the 12th Infantry,
which has been stationed at. Whipple
for several months, will leave for San
Francisco on the 20th.of this month
from which place they will sail with
their regiment for the Philippines
about the first of March. "Some of
their heavy baggage will be shipped
by freight tomorrow or next day.
Mechanic's Hook and Ladder com
pany No. 1 of the Prescott fire depart
ment on Saturday night .elected the
following officers for the ensuing
year: Foreman, G. W. Stitzer; first
assistant foreman, F. S. Jackson; sec
ond assistant, R. K. Butler; secre
tary, W. S. Darrow; treasurer, Joseph
Engle, J. K. McNaughton; alternates,
C. H. McLane and Walter Field.
Mrs. A. D. Clarke, of Sioux Falls,
S. D., who has been visiting in Pres
cott for the past six weeks with the
family of her brother, W. S. Higley,
left this morning for Los Angeles,
where she will visit.a few days. She
will then return to Prescott for an
other short visit before leaving for
her home in Sioux Falls. .Mr. Hig
ley accompanied her as far as Ash Fork
Ben Blanchard, general manager of
the Iron King mining property, for
the American Copper company, re
turned last night from a hurried trip
to Kansas City.- The special party of
stockholders of the company will ar
rive from New York tonight in a spe
cial car. They will go out to the Iron
King tomorrow morning and look over
the property. They will hold the an
nual stockholders' meeting in Pres
cott after their visit to the property.
There are about thirty of the priuci
pal officers and stockholders In the
From Tuesday's Daily.
Subscribe for the Journal-Miner and
be up with the times.
Rev. Taft will give a lecture next
week under the auspices of the W. C.
T. U. of Prescott.
The Greenleaf recital .Thursday
nicht will be one of the rare treats of
this season! Don't miss it
Miss Carnes left today for her home
in San Jose, Cal., after spending ser
eral mouths with Mrs. J. B. Girand
Have no fear of fire at the Odd Fel
lows hall Thursday night as Mr.
Greenleaf, the impersonator, will only
use the platform in the front of the
FranklFoster, through his worthy
representative, Harry Luney, is pre
paring to present his well tried Olds
mobile to one of his friends.
The Journal-Miner will have the
first authentic news of tho war as well
as the other important events of the
day. and vou can't afford to be with
The literary section of the Monday
club met yesterday at the usual place.
King Richard III was read and dis
cussed, Mrs. J. L. Munds being lead
er for the afternoon.
- Judge R. E." Sloan has been on the
partial sick list for a few days and ex
pects to spend a few days at Castle
Creek hot springs just as soon as he
has cleared up the court calendar
sufficiently to get away.
The annual 'meeting of the stock
holders of the Basbford-Burmister
company was convened this morning
and after some preliminary business
adjourned till eight o'clock this even
ing,wben the directors and officers for
the ensuing year will be elected,
Dr. C. D. Mueller, the eye special
ist,who had an office in this city some
two or three months ago but was call
ed to Oakland, California, on busi
ness, has returned to Prescott and
soon as he can secure suitable office
rooms will open an office again.
E. Rautman, president of the Bunk
Hill Mining company, has returned
from a business trip eastTh the inter
est of his company. He said that sink
ing is still going on and that with
sufficiently deep workings levels will
be run and the shipping of ore com
This morning at eleven o'clock tho
Journal-Miner was on the street with
an extra announcing tho first news of
actual hostilities between tho Rus
sians and the Japanese. The Journal
Miner was oIeo the only paper in the
city containing details of the great
S. M. Wilkinson, one of the prom
inent business men of Burlington
Iowa, will arrive in Prescott tonight
to attend the annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Oro Cobra Mining
company in this city tomorrow. Mr.
Wilkinson is the secretary of the com
pany and is heavily interested in it.
The local lodge of Eagles are en
tbusiastic over the chance to present
Wm. Lee Greenleaf, the great imper
sonator, to a 1'rescott audience on
Thursday night of this week. No dan
ger of tire as there will be no stage
erected in the ball. The hall should
be crowded as the entertainment will
A certain lodging house in the city
reports that some sneak thief has been
prowling about the place for several
nights, entering rooms, and carrying
off small articles of jewelry or what
ever be could get away with. Some of
these nights there, will be a first class
killing In this city if this thieving
and robbing is not stopped.
A large crowd of friends assembled
at the depot this morning to Bay good
bye for a few weeks to Rev. and Mrs.
Mclntier, who left for Los Angeles,
where they expect to remain at loast
one momn. nev. jiciuner a iuibd
number of friends hope he will soon
be able to return and resume his du
ties as pastor of the M. E. church.
Mrs. B. M. Belcher had the misfor
tune this morning to loose a beautiful
diamond sun burnt pin. She had left
the Catholic church and on her way
down town the pin was lost She Im
mediately informed the teachers and
pupils at the Catholic school and
when school was out one of the little
girls found the pin and returned it to
Mrs. Belcher, who liberally rewarded
Jobs M. Everett, who held the re
sponsible position of city editor on
the Passaic, New Jersey, News, for
over eight years, is visiting in Pres
cott for a few days, and was a pleas
ant caller at the Journal-Miner office
last evening. Close attention to work
for seven days a week daring all those
years caused a break down in his
health and he took a few months' lay
off and is traveliuc over the western
country taking it easy and sight see
Rev. Father M. Smith, the Paullst
father, arrived In Prescott this morn
ing from Tucson, and will spend sev
eral riavs here the guest of Father
Quetu. Ue will preach in the Cath
olio church at 7:30 o'clock tonight
and at that time will announce his
nlans for Mis future work here. He
was accompanied by Father L. Duval,
who arrived in the United States
about two months ago from r ranee,
and who will remain here permanent
ly to assist Father Quetu.
Mrs. Chas.Broan came up from Phe
nix yesterday for a short visit with
her many friends and to transact some
business. She will return home this
Avnnini?. While here sne mane iue
Journal-Minor a very pleasant call and
Inft instructions not to let a copy of
the paper miss coming to their address
as they couldn't get along without it
Mr. Broan expects to returp to the
Crown King country again in the
soring as soon as the. railroad is fin
ished and the Crown King property
Gov. Brodie is in Flagtsaff this
week, looking into the Navajo Indian
reservations in Uoconino county,
which has created considerable com
ment daring the past few months.
The cattlemen complain of the in
crease in the reserved land and want
the government to cut down tho area
in oroer that they may have a better
show. Gov. Brodie was accompanied
by Chairman Cornish of the board of
supervisors of Coconino county, and
after making an investigation, the
matter will be taken up with the com
miasioner of Indian affairs. Gazette.
Secretary Kimberly and about
twenty five of the officers and stock
holders of the American Copper com
pany arrived in a special car last
night from New York and Kansas City.
They came by way of the Grand Can
yon, where they spent a day sightsee
ing. They enjoyed seeing Prescott
"nnder the gas lights" last night and
left in the car this 'morning for the
Iron King mine. Several gentlemen
in the party have visited Prescott and
the Iron King on former occasions
but there were several strangers la
the party who had never visited this
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the United Gold Mines
company, held at the company's office
in Prescott, Arizona, Feb. 8, 1004,
the following board of directors were
elected: Dennis A. Burke, Prescott;
J. P. Storm, Prescott; AL B. Hazel
tine, Prescott; D. J. Sullivan, Pres
ctto;Thos. M. McGill, Chicago; Gus
tav Schirmer, Chicago; James Cos
tello, Liberty, Mo. Immediately
after, a directors' meeting was held
at tho same place, at which the follow
ing officers were elected for the ensu
ing year: President, D. J. Sullivan;
vice president, Thomas M. McGill;
treasurer, M. B. Hazeltine; secretary,
A. L. Williams.
District court opened this morning
at 9:30 o'clock, Richard E. Sloan on
the bench, when the following cases
Wllson vs. Wilson, decree of di
vorce granted to husband.
S. A. D. Jackson vs. Emeline Jack
son, divorce granted plaintiff.
J. D. Wakely, vs. Coronado Mining
company, new trial granted.
J. C. Forest vs. J. J. Brooks, sale set
A. J. Herndon vs. Dennis Burke,
judgment for plaintiff.
McCollough vs. Poland Mining com
pany, a new trial denied.
This afternoon was taken up in the
hearing of the Lone Pine case.
Tuesday, Feb. 9. Emily Leonard vs.
C. E. O. Leonard, divorce granted to
The case of J. D. Wakely vs. tone
Pine Mining company, was submitted,
with the exception ot tne testimony
of J. C. Martin, who Is In California.
The court adjourned tilla9:30 tomor
row. STRAYED OR STOLEN.
A bay horse about fourteen bands
high; star in forehead, hind fetlocks
white. Was last seen at Yaeger Can
yon mine. If found return to J. B.
Tomlinson, and receive reward.
ONE TEN STAMP MILL, two au
tomatic ore feeders, as good as new.
W. E. Dame, Albuquerque, N. M.
A neglected cough or cold may lead
to serious bronchial or lung troubles.
Don't take chances when Foley's
Honey and Tar affords perfect security
from, serious effects of a cold. Brls
ley Drug Co.
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
the Oro Cobra Mining company will
be held at the office of Hawkins, Ross
& Anderson, in the city of Prescott,
Arizona, on Wednesday, February 10,
at which time the election of officer
for the company will take place and
such other matters as may properly
come before the meeting.
2x8x3 S, W, Wilkinson, Secretary.
A squad of United States regulars
was detailed to Yale to allow the pro
fessors to experiment on their digest-
ons with "an exclusive cereal diet,"
which means oatmeal for breakfast,
hulled oats for dinner, and crushed
oats, a la Battle Creek, for supper.
The soldier boys aro inclined to buck
on thoir job under the constitutional
guarantee against cruel and unusual
punishments that Is the way they
look at "health foods" after n week's
experience. But instead of bucking,
these battlecreek scared veterans are
quietly deserting. There aro only
thirteen now undergoing visceral
martyrdom for the love of sclence,and
they are much impressed with' the
unlucklness of that number; say if
they don't quit they may die about
day after tomorrow.
Some years ago the republicans sent
a delegation to a national convention
without instructions, but with the un
derstanding that certain things were
to be done. When the delegation ar
rived it proceeded to do exactly Dppo
site to the will of tho people. This
experience should be sufficient for the
people and they should not be so
hoodwinked again. Send men to
Chicago with Instructions and who
will carry out those instructions. This
will be the only way Arizona can
effectively express her appreciation
and approval of President Roosevelt
and his administration. Phenix Ga
Republicans don't need to say a
word or do a thine. Democrats are
contributing our ammunition. Mr.
Bryan bitterly resents his maltreat
ment by his old comrades and at least
ten democratio senators will demon
strate by their votes that President
Roosevelt has done a wise, just, hu
mano and patriotio thing in Panama.
The patent office has made a surplus
of about 8200,000 this year, and tho
businessbas Increased thirty per cent
in five years. The total balance to the
credit of the office in the U. S. treas
ury on New Year's was S3,GS2,510.C1,
But it is sadly cramped for room
and is not allowed to use tho profits
which it makes.
(The men who aro trying hard to be
Hove that this government engineered
the insurrection in Panama aro most
ly tho same fellows who were perfectly
sure that the Maine committed sui
cide, and that the American army in
the Pilippines was chiefly employed
in rape, pillage, and torture of the in
Governor Taft says that "The Phil
ippines for Filipinos will be the key
note." of x his policy concerning the
archipelago. This- harmonizes with
what he has hitherto aid and it does
not seem to breathe the spirit of ty
ranny or of hatred for the Declaration
Congressman John Sharp Williams,
the democratio leader of the house,
says that in his opinion the silver is
sue is dead and buried. Whereupon
Mr. Bryan starts in to stump all the
southern states. Mr. Williams seems
to coincide with Mr. Cleveland, "Let
him go it!"
For. an old lady who never made any
special pretensions to being a mer
maid, Miss Democracy is carrying on
some daring expeditious diving
around in the soup after relics of
Illinois men oro brave one in Ed
wardsville has married a woman now
on trial for murdering her No 1. hus
For the first time in a quarter of a
century, Lake Mich'igan is complete
ly frozen across.
Chicago and return SS3, St. Louis,
Mo., S77, Kansas City, St Joe and
Atchison, &C3. on sale dolly, return
limit nine months from date of sale.
Grand Canyon excursions Dates ot
sale every Tuesday; return limit sixty
days; rate, 511.40.
Saturday excursions to Phenix
Dates of sale" every Saturday, return
limit CO days, rate $9.
Steamship tickets to all points in
Europe, South Africa and Australia.
For rates, sailing dates, etc., call at
Burke hotel city passenger office.
A weekly Pullman palace sleeping
car service has been established be
tween Los Angeles and Grand Can
yon, upon the following schedule
Leaving Los Angeles on Thursday of
each week, arriving at Williams on
Friday. Following evening, arriving
at Grand Canyon by special service at
1:30 a. m. Saturday. Returning
sleeper will leave Grand Canyon Mon
day at nine a. m., connecting al
Williams with train No. 1 and arriv
ing at Ash Fork same date. Com
mencing March I up to April 30 onr
way colonist tickets will be on sale
from points In east as follows: Chi
cago 833, St. Louis $30, Peoria, 111
S31, Kansas City, Leavenworth, Atch
ieou, St Joseph, Paci"c Junction
Council Bluffs, and Omaha, Neb.
J. W. Kraemer,
City Passenger Agent
Blllaving removed my tailoring estab
lishment to tho Wilson block opposite
Hotel Burke I wish to announce to
my patrons and good dressers in gen
eral, that I carry in stock the best ob
tainable of woolens for suits and
trousers of which I have just received
another assortment for winter.
llx25xtf The Fashionatlo Tailor.
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Mr. W. W. Baker, of Plainview,
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tried a number of doctors and spent
over athonsand dollars without any
relief. Sho was very low and 1 lost
all hope, when a friend suggested
trying Foley's Honey and Tar, which
I did; and thanks be to this great
remedy, it saved her life. She is
stronger and enjoys better health than
she has ever known in ten years. Wo
shall never bo without f oley's Iloney
and Tar and would ask those aflllcted
to try it" Brisley Drug Co.
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A grievous wail oftimes comes as
a result of unbearable pain from over
taxed organs. Dizziness, backache,
liver complaint and constipation.
But thanks to Dr. King's Now Lifo
Pills they put an end to It all. They
are gentle but thorough. Try them.
Only 25c, Guaranteed by all druggists.
Things Looking Good
in That Section.
Several Mining Properties Actively
at Work and Others Are to
Start Up Soon.
Groom Creek,Ariz., Feb. 8. Editor
Jouinal-Miner. I am pleased to say
that all differences between the miners
and operators is 'Settled on Groom
creek and as I have been a mining
man for over twenty years I think the
operators have tho best of it. There
is a vast difference between scab and
bay seed mining labor to good old
Rocky Mountain mining men. A
good miner won't become a scab,
good miner can always get work, if not
in one place at some other place in
the country, and as a miner has to
only work eight hours in this terri
tory and as ho is a good miner he will
give the full eight hours to the oper
ntors. While on the other hand, if
you have scab labor they will take ad
vantage of an operator, and give you
scab labor, when it you have a crew
of goodmjners they will give you the
satisfaction of getting eight good
hours of work from them, Instead of
playing leap frog along the drifts and
Groom creeek at present is in
more flourishing condition than at
any .time .in the history Jof the creek.
I will givo you a little outline of what
they are doing here.
THE IDEAL COMPANY.
At the lower end of Groom creek we
have the J; Ideal company. They had
somo troublo with their pump and got
drowned out, but they now have the
water cleared out and havo put men to
work. Here is a mine only six miles
from Prescott that is gotng to surprise
you old timers in the next few years.
It is one of the largest ledges in' this
section in a granite formation. They
have a mill with one steam stamp, a
patent of Mr. Sharpneck,who is a part
owner of the mine. This steam stamp
is spoken of very highly by the people
that have seen it at work in this dis
trict They put through somo ten or
eleven tons a day with a loosing o!
only forty five cents a ion in tho tail
ings. They have done no t?oping in
the different levels, and tho ore they
havo taken out they get by running
their levels. So you must know they
have considerable oro In sight.
It looks as if they are going -to open
up this mine in good shape. They are
putting on more men. Five men
went to work last Friday ond they
must havo somo twelve or fourteen
miners at work now. This mine has
produced some of the richest ore in
the country. I have seen wire gold
and silver in lots of this ore. They
also havo a fine mill on this property
and considerable ore s toped out. They
have a cross cut to drive before they
cut the ledge at the 400 foot level.
GROOM CREEK GOLD CO.
Tho property better ;known as the
old Alma claim is now operated by
the Hall Brothers, and they have al
most finished their level at 200 feet
This level will bo over CuO feet long,
when finished. From their main work
ing shaft they will then commence to
rise. They have also commenced to
sink and are down some 120 feet. As
soon as they break through they will
make this their main working shaft
I understand they havo ordered a largo
boilerand hoist with-JOOfeet of cable.
They aro taking out flue ore all the
time and have a large pack train pack
ing ore to the Gold basin mill, which
they have been running steadily day
and night for the last two weeks.
They are also having plenty of wood
cut and packed to the mill. They
havo a pipe line laved over tho moun
tain so they can pump water from
their shaft to the Gold Basin mill.
These are the kind of men I liko to
see get in a mining district, as they
have lots of push to them and are not
afraid to go after things. I also think
they have a fine property.
HOME RUN MINE.
Parallel with the Alma comes the
Home Run, now operated by Douglas,
Lacoy & Co. At this property every
thing is going along liko clock work.
They also have a new mill and are
putting through forty tons of oro per
day. This mill works like a charm.
Tho mill is a patent of Mr. Nissen's,
father of Mr. Nissen, the superintend
ent Mr. Nissen, sr, has been a mill
.man most all his life and has taken a
great interest in milling. II is' hobby
was to perfect a mill to save the values
in the ores. It is a pleasure to look
at tbiss mill running. Everything
seems to run so smooth. The regulation
of the oro dropping to each stamp, tho
regulation of the water H-unning to
each stamp, also tho neatness and
cleanliness of everything-around tho
different stamps impresses one favor
ably. They have some thirty or thirty
tlvo men working. One of their draw
backs is water. They get what water
the Alma mine can spare, but if they
make a cross cut some 300 feet west
they will cut a mother lode that runs
through the country. You can trace
this ledge for four miles and I am
sure it carries plenty of water. Thoy
havo considerable water in their own
mine but it will not be as large a
quantity as this big ledgo will fur
nish. PACIFIC GOLD COMPANY.
Mr. McDonald is finishing up his
contract here. The shaft is now down
210 feet. I understand they will go
down 400 feet before they commence
to drift They are now down as far as
they can go with a wbimand will put
up a hoist as soon as possible.
BED ROCK CO.
The owners of this property were
out a few days ago and I understand
they will start up shortly.
There aro other properties working
hero on a small scale, that I think
will be working this summer on a
bigger scale. Yours Resp.,
T. J. Laird.
The following is the daily report of
instruments filed in tho county le
cordor's oltico, as reported by iho
Prescott Title Company:
February 1. W W Snyder files bond
of 81000 as road overseer District
Ben S Holmes (Ilea bond of 81000 as
justice of peace, Ash Fork precinct
J W Sullivan with T Gleason and J
Thompson, agreement concerning di
viding lino between Gibraltar and
Mills mines, Hassayampa dint
Ellen Mackin to Peter Mackin, re
vokes power of attorney.
Otto Libardon to Geo P Harrington,
deed to a third interest in Legal
Tender group of mines. Tiger district
J R Lowry and wife to Bank of Ar
izona, deed to half interest In lots 2,
4, C, blk 5, Presoctt, 8500.
J E Harrison and D Wiso incorpo
rate the Field Oil and Gas Co, capital
Chas Esser, jr, to II G Brown, "deed
to Winsom Bell placer, Pine Grove
A H Anderson to R S Slusber and
R W Jackson, deed to half of Arizona
Independence mine, San Domingo dis
X L and S B Griffin et al to Eugene
Greenwood, deed to Stockbridge mine,
Walker dist, 84000.
Geo O Ford to Abdiel Mg Co, deed
to part of Night Hawk and Night
Hawk, jr, mines, S10.
Geo O Ford to Katherine-Elizabeth
(Jonsol. .Mg Co, deed to numerous
mines in Mineral Point dist
A G Pierce to Jas O'Connell, bill
of sale to ono brown mare.
C B Gonung to Rincon Mines Co,
deed to numerous mines in Weaver
S and S Mining Co et al to Herbert
Shaw, deed to a third of Hassayampa
ranch, Water Fall and Big Four
mines, Hassayampa dist.
ilill xerba Lip-ius Co amend ar
ticles of Incorporation.
February 2. A L Furber locates
Silver Twig and Sorel Mike mines,
D J Sullivan, county assessor, ap
points A L Williams as deputy.
Geo A Tread we 11 Mg Co files a of a
work on Windup mine, Verde dis
trict, and other mines.
E D Treadwell et al file a of a work
on numerous mines in Bigbug dis
February 3. A W Kinsey and wife
to Edw T Mulboiland, deed to half of
lot 4 seo 21, lot' 1 sec 25, 14 n 4 e, lot
4 sec 19, and lot I sec 30, 14 n 5e, 8400
Carrio M Thorbecke to B A Edging
ton, deed to lot on No C claim, Je
Jos Dougherty and J I Gardner file
a of a work on Gold Leaf mine, Has
F A Thompson and wife to F Sattes
and Alex Mulvenon, deed to two and
one half acres in nw one fourth of nw
ono fourth sec 33, 14n 2 w.
Carrio S Beatty to A A Potterf,
deed to Ibalf of Red Climax mine,
Quartz Mountain district
- February -4. Alex Galloway and
Geo H Parker incorporate The Provi
dent Gold Mining Co, capital stock.
Ben Clay to Wm Lubin, deed to lots
77, 78 and 97, blk C, on Copper Chief
J A Mitchel to Frank J. Mitchel
deed to Golden Rule Nos 1, 2, 3 and
mines, in Walker district
Thos G Hunter lo Rincon Mines Co,
deed to numerous mines in Weaver
C B Genung locates 91 and 94 No
mines, in Weaver district.
R S Pearce and Aug Higeland lo
cate ten mines and file notice of lo
cation work on same, in Castle Creek
Louis J Haseifeld files bond of 81000
as butcher in People's Valley. S?
Jerome Meat Co files bond of 81000
as butchers in Jerome.
Carl Ree flies bond of S1000 as
butchers at Jerome Junction.
W D Webb files bond of 81000 as
butcher at Seligman.
Swan Aberhamson locates Good
Luck placer. Walker district.
Johanna Radezewsky to Cbas Wal
lace, leaso on lot 2, blk 19, Prescott
February 5. Wm Pound et al locate
Columbia and Victor mines, Silver
M P Tigho to Herman Voge, deed to
saloon lease, etc, at Walker, 81354.91.
F W Haynes locates Mountain mine,
Walnut Grovo district.
J S Ross and wife and Chas Ander
son with Euon M Harris, jr, agree
ment concerning Black Quartz and
Kimbel mines, Walker dist.
A R Teeples et al locate Lena mine,
Turkey Creek dist
C E Case and John R Loosley locate
Baby and Mountain Chief mines,
Black Rock district
February 6. Will G Baker locates
Moon Light mlno. Fine Grove dist.
Wm Waters amends location of
Lucky Jim and Coalt mines, Eureka
United States to Samuel ,C Rogers
patent on nw one fourth seo 22 18n 5w.
United States to ;Samuol C Rogers
patent ne one half ne one fourth and
n ono half so one fourth seo 21 lHn w.
Samuel C Rogers to Alexis F Lowell
deed to nw one fourth seo 522 and e
one half ne one fourth and n one half
so one fourth sec 21 18 n 5w, con 8320,
J Grauillo and D Lurero locate Oro
Grueso mine, Weaver dist.
Chas A Williams et al locate six
mines, Thumb Butte dist
Chas A Williams to Curtis Tinkham
deed to Charles Lee, Robt E Lee,
Charles A and Hallie A mines, Thumb
E D Treadwell et al file a of a work
on Nella Nos 1, and 2 mines, Bigbug
February 8. Samuel F Powell to A
Smith and A Chiiders deed to Abe
Lincoln mine, Black Rock dist
Crown King Mines Co locate Link
and G s Extn Tiger mines, Tiger dist
W II Kelly and B Swofford locate
Gold Cross mine, P'ine Grove dist
T J Digby et al incorporate Rigby
Reduction and Refining Co, capital
Norman Hall to F Gorham, A J
Humbert and J II Smith deed to Min
gus Mountain ranch, eto, five miles
south of Jerome, con 8300.
Fred II Gorham files pre-emption
1G0 acres in Mlngus Mt Unsurveyed.
Crown King Mines Co files a of a
work on North Tiger No 1 mine.Tiger
Oro Grando Mines Co file a of a
work on numerous mines, BIbck Rock
F M Anderson and J L Bindel file u
of a work on Keokuk mine, Magazino
J C Harrlngtop to M McBrldo deed
to Grand View mine, thirteen miles
southwest of Seligman, con S100.
G W Middelton locates Cobro mine,
Black Canon dist.
Walter Stanbrook files bond of S100U
as road overseer dist No 1.
John R Loosley to C E McFarland
and Cbas Hooker release of mortgage
on lot 4, blk 1, Jerome, con 84000.
Remember that 217 calls up the
"quick delivery" drug store. We do
liver to all parts of the city. Corbiu
& Bork, tho. Burke Hotel Druggists.
Halifax, N. S., Feb. 3. Seven per
sons were killed and several Inujured
In a wreck of the inter-Colonial rail
way today., The cause was a broken
rail. The train left this city this
morning for Montreal and Boston.
Chicago, Feb. 3. Tho temperatures
at seven a. m. Were: New lork and
Washington, 16; Boston, 20;Phlladel
phia, 18; Chicago, 4; Minneapolis, 0;
St Louis, 12.
Chinese Camp, Cal., Feb. 3. Ten
miners who were returning from this
place, after receiving their monthly
pay, weie held up last night by a
lone highwayman who secured about
two hnndred dollars.
Council Bluffs, Iowa, Feb. 3. Lee
Deford, cashier of the failed bank at
Altamont, Mo., and who Is accused of
embezzling 821,000, was captured here
and sent to the Gallatin, Mo., jail,
Chicago, Feb. 3. Dollar wheat in
sample room on the board of trade
becamo an actuality today. The price
gave added stimulus to the efforts of
the bull leaders in the pits.
Oakland, Cal., Feb. 4. A storm
reached Oakland at seven o'clock this
morning when rain began to fall.
During the forenoon there were sev
eral light showers.
San Jose, Feb. 4. It ias been show
ering here since nine o'clock this
morning and the indications are for a
San Francisco, Feb. 4. Heavy rains
are falling here today. The weather
bureau reports a storm of decided en
ergy overlying the northern half of the
Pacific slope, and may extend south
ward, causing general rains through
Santa Cruz, Cal., Feb. 4. Rain be
gan falling here this morning and has
continued all tho forenoon.
Washington, Feb. 4. Senator Han
na, who has been quite ill at his
apartments is somewhat better today,
A possible development of tyhpoid
fever and kidney tronble were the
chief sources of apprehension. The
doctors base their statements regard
ing the belief that weeks must elnps
before the senator will be able to go
out, on his extreme physical exhaust
Washington, Feb. 4. Secretary
Shaw today sent a lettec to all the na
tional bank depositories holding spe
cial government deposits, regarding
the prospective calls for funds on ac
count of the Panama canal purchase.
He stated as follows: "It seems prob
able the government will be called
upon In the near future to pay fifty
millions of dollars for the prelimin
ary'construction of the inter-oceanio
canal. In addition to this there Is
outstanding approximately five mill
ions of dollars worth of United States
bonds which matured Ferbuary 1
and congress Is considering the propo
sition of a loan of between four and
five million dollars to the Louisiana
purchase exposition. To meet these
probable demands, it will bo necessary
to withdraw at lea3t 30,000,000 of de
Washington, Feb. 5. The point of
order which was made by Bailey, of
Texas, against the St Louis Fair as
sociation was lost by a vote of th
senate, and the amendment agreed to.
The urgent deficiency "bill was then
Washington. Feb. 5. General John
C. Black, chairman of the United
States civil service commission, and
commander in chief of the G. A. R.
is seriously ill here. He is suffering
from overtaxed strength, which has
resulted In a partial collapse.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
Pol and, Ariz., Feb. 10, 1904
To Ferdanlne Gibson and Zelda B. Gibson,
their heirs and assigns:
Yon nru hereby noti Bed that we hava ex
pended, during the year 1003, tho sniij of
three hnndred (JoUO) dollars in la Dor nna
imrrovements, upon the Bonnie Bell, Old
Eentuck and Jnenita mining claims, situate
in Haesnynmpa mining district, county ot
Yavapai and Territory of Arizona, the no
ticcs of location whereof are of record in
the office of the county recorder as follows,
Bonnie Bell, In book 20, page 269; Old
Eentuck. in book 63. pace 526: Juenita, in
book 47, page 263, mining records of Yava
pai county, Arizona, in order to hold said
claims under the provisions of section 23J4
of the revised statutes of the United States
and the amendments thereto concerning
annual labor on mining claims, it being the
amount required to hold said claims for the
ij 1 : r,. 1 ! 1 iyyj
periUU CUUIUg UCLCUl UC1 OX, -ltJ.
And if. within ninety (90) days from the
nersonal service of this notico or within
ninety (90) days after tho publication here
of you fail or refuse to contribute your pro
portion of said expendituies as co-owners
your interest in tne said mining claims win
become the property of the subscribers,
vour co-owners, who have made the reiuired
expenditure by the terms of said section
2324. B. F. Peters,
First publication Feb. 10. 1904. w.
Prescott, Arizom, Jan. 27,1904".
To L. D. Phillips, His Heirs and Assigns:
You are hereby notified that I have ex
pended durinc the year 1903 one hundred
dollars Id labor and improvements upon the
Old Hudson ho. 1 mminc claim.situate in Ash
Creek mining district, Yavapai county. Ter
ritory of Arizona, the notice of location
whereof is recorded in the office of the
county recorder in book 59 of Mines at pace
500, Mining Records of Yavapai County,
Arizona, in order to hold said claim under
the provisions cf section 2324 Revised Stat
utes ot the united states ana amendments
thereto concerningannual labor upon min
ing claims, it being the amount required to
hold said claim for the period ending ue
cember 31st. 1903.
And If after ninety days from the last
publication of this notice you fail or refuso
to contribute your portion oi saici expendi
ture as co-owner, your interest in said Old
Hudson mining claim will be forfeited and
become the property of the undersigned
your co-owner, ho has made the required
expenditure, by the terms of said section
zszi. J. at. uruey.
First publication Jan. 27 w
Application For a Patent.
U. S. Land Office, Prescott, Arizona, I
January 5, 1904. f
Notice is hereby given that A.J. Carroll
whoso postoffice address is Val Verde. Yava
pal county, Arizona, has made application
for 1445 linear feet of the Iron King Exten
tion Xo. 1 lode claim, bearing gold, silver
and copper, with surface ground 600 feet in
width, situate in Big Bug mining district, in
the county of Yavapai and Territory of Ari
zona, and desicnated by the field notes and
official plat on file in this office as Mineral
Survey No. 1855, said survey being as fol
Iron Kinc Extention No. 1 Lode. Begin
ning at corner No. 1, identical with the cor
ner of the location, a porphyry stone
4x10x18 in. set 10 ins. in ground to bedrock
and chiseled 1 1. K. E. No. 1, 1855, with a
mon of stones 2K ft base by 3 ft high along
side. Whence U S M M No 1. Big Bug
Mining District, brs S 65 deg 31 min V
4557 2 feet, no bearings available. Thenco
N 23 dec 28 min E 1445 ft to cor No 2.
Thence S 66 deg 32 min E, 6(0 ft to cor No
3. Thence S 23 deg 28 min W, 1445 ft to cor
No 4. Thence N 66 dec 32 mm W. 600 ft
tQ place of beginning.
The variation at all tne corners is 14
This lndo claim is located in Big Bug
Mining District, Yavnpai county. Arizona,
on surveyed land in Sees 15 and 16, Tp 13 N.
R 1 E. and is bounded on the north by the
Iron King Extension No. 2 lode claim, un
surveyed, A. J. Carroll, claimant; on the
oast by the Carrollton Townsite, the Iron
King Extension No. 2 mill site, the Iron
King Extension No. 1 mill site, and US
public land ; on the south by the Gold De
posit mining claim, Howell Aiming com
pany, a corporation, claimant; on the west
by the Golden Rule lode claim, unsurrey
ea, Douglas. Lacey & Co., claimants, and
the Rich Hill lode clsim, unsurveyed, Dou
glas, Lacey fc Co., claimants.
Net area of the Iron Kins Extention ro. 1
lode claim, 19.003 acres.
ino course and length o( the ledge on iron
King Extention No. 1 lode la supposed to be
ftom the discovery shaft S 23 dec 28 min W
315 f t to the S C E and from said shaft K 23
deg 28 min E 1100 f t to N C E.
The notice of location ot said lode claim
is of record in tho office of the County Re
corder of said Yavapai county in book 69 of
mines, at page 93.
Any and all rjersons claiming adversely
any portion of said lode claim are required
to hie their adverse claims with the aescuiet
of the United Stated Land Office at Prescott,
Arizona, daring the sixty days period of
publication hereof, or they will be barred
by virtue of the provisions of the statute
t tm a. m.uuKr.Ttt,
First publication January 6, 1004. W
Application For a Patent.
U. S. Land Office, Prescott, Arizona, 1
January 20, 1904.
Notico is hereby given that Geo nro B. Rus-
sel, by Joseph a. lomhnson, his attorney in
fact, whose postoffice address is Prescott,
Yavapai county. Arizona, has this day filed
his application for a patent for 4200 linear
feet oi the American .Eagle, uold uug and
Mormon mine or vein, bearing gold and
silver, with surface ground 600 feet in width-
situated in Hassayampa mining district,
Yavapai county. Territory of Arizona, and
designated by the field notes and official
plat on hie in this office as survey No. 1
said survey being as follows:
AMERICAN EAGLE LODE.
Bccinning at corner No 1. identical with
corner of location and with cor No 2 of the
Gold Bug lode of this surrey .where a pine
post 4x1 inches hve and one-half feet long Is
set 12 Inches in the ground and surrounded
by a mon oustones 2 1 eet base by two and
one-half feet high and scribed l-A-ii-l!?!
whence US mineral monument No 1771
brs S 40 deg 1 min E 3564 W feet. Thence N
54 dec 54 min W 1500 feet to cor No 2. iden
tical with location. Thence N 35 deg 6 min
E 300 feet to west end center. Same course
300 feet to cor No 3. Thence S 54 dec 54
min E 1500 feetto cor No 4, identical with
corner of location and with cor No 3 of Gold
Bug lode of this survey. Thence S 35 deg
min W COO feet to the place of beginning,
Variation at all corners 14 deg east. The
claim is bounded on the north by U S land
on the east by the Gold Bug lode of this sur
vey, on the south by U S land and on the
west by U b land.
The course and length of the ledce of this
claim is from the discovery shaft S 54 deg 54
min i. 550 feet to the east end center and N
54 deg 54 min W 950 feet to the west center
GOLD BUG LODE.
Beginning at cor No 1, identical with the
cor of location where a pine poet 4x4 inches
and nve ana one-nalt teet long is set 12 in
ches in the ground and scribed 1 U. a. 1771
and surrounded by a mon of stones, 2 feet
at base by two and one-half feet high
whence U S min mon No 1771 brs S 30 deg
28 min E 2471.1 feet. Thence N 60 deg W
1200 feet to cor No 2. identical with cor of
the location and with cor No 1, Americafi
Eagle lode of this surrey. Thence N 35 deg
6 min E 600 feet to cor No 3, identical with
cor of location. Thence S 60 deg E1200
feet to cor No 4, Identical with cor of loca
tion. Thence S 35 deg 6 min W 600 feet to
the place of beginning. Variation 14 deg
east. The claim is bounded on the north by
U S land, on the east by Mormon lode of
this survey, on the south by U S land, on
tho west by the American Eagle lode of this'
surrey, lne course and length of the ledge
on this claim is from the discovery mon, N
60 deg W 750 feet to the west center end and
south CO deg E 450 feet to the east center
Beginning at cor No 1, identical with the
cor of tho location where a pine post 4x4
inches by fire and one-half feet long is eet
12 inches in the ground and scribed 1-M
1771 and surrounded by a mon of stones
feet at base and two and one-half feet high
whence u a min monument ro 11 brs
2 dec 46 min E 1301 .4 feet. A Juniper tree
20 inches in dlara scribed l-M-1771, BTbrs
S 57 deg 51 min W35.5 feet. A Juniper
tree 22 inches in diam scribed a T 1 il 1771
brs N 43 deg 22 mm E 39.7 feet. Thence N
11 deg 20 min W 1500 feet to cor No 2, iden
tical with the cor ot the location. 1 hence
78 deg 40 min W 600 feet to cor No 3. iden
tical with the location. Thence S 11 deg
20 min E 15C0 feet to cor No 4. identical
with the location. Thence Is 78 deg 40 min
E 600 feet to the place cf beginning. Var
iation 14 deg east. This claim is bounded
on the north by the Gold Bug lode of this
survey, and U S land, on the east by U
land, on the south by a claim owned by
George B. Russel. name unknown, (unsur
vexed) and on the vest by U S land and the
Gold Bug lode. The. course and length of
the ledge on the Mormon fclaim is from the
discovery cu. N 11 dog 20 min W 250 feet to
the north center end, S 11 deg 20 min E
1250 feet to the south center end. These
claims are located in the Hassayampa min
ing district, lava pal county, Arizona, on
surveyed land, in Sec 31, Twp 13 N, K2 u,
G AS R meridian.
American Eagle lode
Gold Bug lodo
Mormon lode 20.661
Lets conflict with Gold Bug
Net area of Mormon lodo
Total net area of lode claim. 55.005
N.OTICE OF LOCATION of the American
Eagle claim is recorded in book 42 of mines,
pages 140-141; notice of locution of the
Gold Bug claim is recorded in book 36 of
mines, paces 563-565 : notice of the location
of the Mormon claim is recorded in book 42
of mines, pages 626 et cq., all of records of
lava pal county, Arizona.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
any portion of said American iugle, Uold
Buc and Mormon mines or surface ground
are required to file ther adverse claims with
the Register to the United States land office
at Prescott, Arizona, during the sixty days
period of publication herein, or they will be
barred by rirtue of the proTisions of the
statute. t'tm S. HllOJKiSTH,
First publication Jan. 20 w
Application for a Patent.
U. S. land Office, Prescott, Ariz.. I
December 28. 1903. 1
Notice is hereby given that the Oriental
Mining Company, successor to the Lottie
Mining Company, whose postoffice address
is Providence, Yavapai connty, Arizona, has
this day bled its application for a patent tor
1400 linear feet of the Serenty-nine mine or
rein bearing gold and silver, with surface
ground 600 feet in width, together with the
"70 ' mill site containing nro acres, situated
in Big Bug mining district, coanty of lava
pal and Territory of Arizona, and designated
by the field notes and official plat on tile in
this office as surrey number 1266 A and B, in
township 12 north, range 1 west, approxi
mately of U. & is. II. a. meridian, said sur
rey number 1266 A and B being as follows,
Beginning at initial monument of location
at center of claim. Thence south 57 deg 39
min w 750 ft to w center end mon, being cor
number 1. Thence s 32 deg 21 min cast 300
feet to corner number 2. Whence n 5. deg
39 min e 1400 ft to tor number 3. Thence n 32
dec 21 min west 300 feet to the east center
end mon, cor number 4. Corner to section 1,
township 12 north, range 1 west, section 6,
township 1. nortn, range 1 east ana section
36, township 13 north, range 1 west bears
north 33deg 30 min east 8566.1 feet. Thence
north 32 deg 21 min west 300 feet to corner
number 5. Thence south 57 dec39min west
1400 feet to cor nnmber 6. Thence south 32
deg 21 min east 300 feet to corner number 1,
tho place of beginning surrey of exterior
"79" UILL SOT.
Beginning at corner number 1, being the
northeast corner 01 cairn, cor numoer 1 01
the SeTenty-nine ledge bears s 10 deg 45 min
west 1050 feet. Corner to section 1 T 12 north
R 1 west. Sec 6. T 12 north. R 1 east and bee
T 13 north, K 1 west, bears north ay aeg
46 min east 8912 feet. Thence s 57 deg 39
min w 466.5 feet to cor number 2. Thence s
32 deg 21 min e 466.5 feet tocor number 3 on
the northern boundry of sereniy-nino leage
264.5'feet n 57 deg 39 min e from cor num
ber 6. Thence n 57 deg 39 min e 4C6.5 feet
to cor number 4. Thence n 32 deg 21 min
w 466.5 feet to cor number 1 the place of be
Magnetic variation 14 deg 30 min east con-
Serenty-nine ledge 19.28 acres
7S " mill site &.uu acres
Total ar.a 24.28 acres
The location of this mino is recorded in
the recorder's office of Yavapai county, Ari
zona, in book 'Jl of mines, pages 139 and 140.
The adioining claims are sunset on son in
and Polar Star on north, both belonging to
the Oriental Mining Company, on the west
the "Unlucky 13" belonging to Mrs. Geo. E.
Gilbert and on east the United States.
Any and all persous claiming adversely
any portion 01 said serenty-nine leage or
"TU mill site or surface ground are re
quired to file their adverse claims with tho
Register of the united states ijana umce at
Prescott in the Territory of Arizona, during
the sixty das period of publication hereof,
or they will be barred by rirtue of the pro
risions of the statute.
Fen S. Hildreth,
First publication Dec, 30. w
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nineral Application, No. 650.
In the United States Land Office at Pres
In the matter of the Application for Pat
ent for "Jefferson," "Cubanna," "Alto,"
'Ohio," and "Yankey" lode mining claim,
situate in Big Bug Mining District. Yavapai
Notice of application of The Alto Gold
Mining Company, a corporation, for United
Notice la hereby given that The Alto Gold
Mining Company, a corporation organized
and existing under and by rirtue of the laws
of the Territory of Arizona, by Thomas O.
Job, its attorney in fact, whose poet office
address is itescott, Arizona, and who is a
citizen of the United States, intends to make
application for, and is applying for a United
States mineral patent for the "Jefferson,"
Uubanna." "Alto." "Uhio" and "Yanker"
lode mining claims, being Mineral Surrey
No. li . J, situate In Big tsug mining district.
county of Yavapai, Territory of Arizona,
said mining claim covering 7333 linear feet
with surface ground of approximately GOO
feet in width, bearing gold, silver, copper,
and other valuable minerals, and being mora
fully described by the official plat and field
notes thereof on file in' the United States
land office at Prescott, Arizona, and as here
inbelow set forth, to-wit :
SUBNET No. 1773.
Beginning at cor No 1. the n 'e cor of loc.
which is also cor No 5 Cubanna lode of this
surrey. A porphyry stoue 6x12x24 ins set
one ft in the ground alongside a mon of
stones 3x3 ft stone marked J 1-1773, also O
5-1773, no brs available. U sec cor sees 1
36,Tps'12il3n,rlw,G:iSRB& M bra
n 81 deg 16 min e4562 ft. Thence s 35 deg
23 min w. Var 14 deg e 275 ft to cor No 4
Cubanna. 1500 ft to cor No 2. Identical
with loc. Thence n 47 deg 45 min w. Var
14 deg e 600 ft to cor No 3, identical with lo
cation. Thence n 35 deg 23 min e. Var 14
dege. 1500 ft to cor No 4, identical with
location. Thence s 47 deg 45 min e. Var
14 dege. 600 ft to cor No 1, the place of be
ginning surrey of exterior boundaries.
Beginning at cor No 1, which is also cor
location. A porphyry stone 6x8x24 ins set
one ft in ground alongside a mon of stones
3x3 ft stone marked A 1-1773, also O 2-1773.
No bearings available. sec cor between
secslfc36, tpsl2fcl3n, rl w,G& S R B
& M, brs n 80 deg 52 mine 5408 ft. Thence
s 44 deg 3 min w. Var 14 deg e, 53 ft to in
tersect line 3-4 Jefferson lode of this surrey
at n 35 deg 23 min e 754.3 ft from cor No 3
1464 ft to cor No 2 identical with location.
Thence n 52 deg 15 min w. Var 14 deg e
600 ft to cor No 3, identical with location.
Thence n 44 deg 03 min e. Var 14 deg e
1464 ft to cor No 4, which is also cor No 3
Ohio lode of this surrey, identical with lo-.
cation. Thence s 52 deg 15 min e. Var If
deg e 300 ft to nee, which Is also se e Ohio
lode of this surrey, -identical with location.
591 ft to intersect line 3-4 Jefferson lode ot
this survey at n 35 deg 23 min e 807 ft from
cor No 3. 600 ft to cor No 1, the place of
beginning surrey of exterior boundaries.
Beginnig at cor Noll identical with loca
tion. A granite stone 8x12x30 ins set one
ft in ground, alongside a mon of stones 3x3
ft stone marked O 1-1773. A X on a granite
rock in place marked B It O 1-1773 brs n 2
deg 55 min e -37.9 ft. Cor No 4 Jefferson
lode of .this survey brs s 40 deg 15 min w
680.8 ft. i sec cor between sees 1 & 36,' tps
12.fc 13 n, r 1 w, brs s 87 deg 4 minTeI4521 ft.
Thence s 37 deg 25 min w. Var 14 deg e,
470 ft to Eugenie gulch, course east," width
20 ft, 682.8 ft to intersect line 4-1 Jefferson
lode at s 47 deg 45 min e 33.8 ft from cor.No
4, 1373 ft to cor No 2, which is also cor No
1 Alto lode of this survey, corner described
above. Thence n 52 deg 15 min w. Var 14
deg e, 9 ft to intersect line 4-3 Jefferson lode
at s 35 deg 23. min w 693 ft irom cor No 4.
300 f t to s c e which is also nee Alto lode
this survey, mon described above. 00 ft to
cor Io 3 which is also cor No 4 Alto lode
this surrey, cor described abore Thence n
37 deg 45 min e. Var 14 deg c. 570 it to
Eugenie gulch, course east, width 20 ft.
1372 ft to cor No 4, identical with" loc
Thence s 52 deg 15 mine. Var 14 deg e, 592
ft to cor No I, the place of beginning sur
rey of exterior boundaries.
Beginning at cor No 1, identical with lo
cation, which is also cor No" 2 Golden
Wreath, surrey No 1433. A granite stone
6x18 ins 12 ins above ground, alongside &
mon ot stones 3x3 ft, stone marked O 1-1773.
also G W 2-1433, X sec cor between sees 1
fc36, tpsl2 fcl3n,rl w, brs n 85 deg 51
min e 3811 ft. Thence s 27 deg 13 min w
Var 14 deg e, 70 ft to Eugenie gulch. 1497 ft
to cor No 2, which is also cor No 5 Yankey
lode of this surrey, and cor No 3-1433 Gol
den Wreath lode. Thence n 82 deg 15 min.
w. Var 14 deg e. 185 ft to cor No 4 Yankey.
272 f t to s c c, identical with loc. 572 ft to
cor No 3. identic! with loc Thence n .
deg e. Var 14 deg e, 724 ft to cor No 4
Thence n 35 deg 23 min e. Var 14 deg e.
275 ft to cor No 5, which is also cor No 1
Jefferson lode of this surrey, cor described
above. Thence n .44 deg 10 min e. Var 14
dec e. 5S0 ft to Eugenie gulch. 630 ft to cor
No 6, whence n w cor loc brs n 82 deg 15 min.
w30Oft. Thence s 82 deg 15 mine. Var 14
deg e, 272 ft to cor No 1, the place of begin
ning surrey of exterior boundaries.
Beginning at cor No 1, on south end line
of Golden Wreath surrey No 1433, identical
with loc. A slate stone 3x10 inr set one ft
in ground, alongside a mon of stones 3x3 ft,
stone marked Y 1-1773. A X on a slate reef
marked BR Y 1-1773 bra n 64 deg 20 min w
14.9 ft. i sec cor between sees 1 it 36, tps
12andl3n,rl w.brsn 66 deg 24 min e 4484
ff Thence s 32 deg w. Var 14 deg e, 1500
ft to cor No 2, identical with location.
Thence n 63 deg w. Var 14 deg e, 600 ft to
cor No 3, identical with loc cor. Thence n
32 deg 37 mm e. Var 14 deg e, 1440 ft to
cor No 4, on south end line Cubanna lode of
this surrey, location mon brs n 32 deg 37
mine 60 ft. Thence s 82 deg 15 mine. Var
14 deg c, 185 ft to cor No 5, which is also cor
No2 Cubanna lode of ibis surrey and cor
No 3, Golden wreath, surrey No 1433. Cor
described above. Thence s 63 deg e. Var
14 deg e, 115 ft to n c e, identical with loc
415 ft to cor No 1, the place of beginning
surrey of exterior boundaries.
Jefferson lode 20.51
Alto lode, gross area 20.043 acres
Less area in conflict
with Jefferson lode,
this survey 005 acres
Net area Alto lode 20.013
Ohio lode, gross area 18.77 acres
Less area in conflict
with Jefferson Iode,
this surrey....- .34 acres
Net area Ohio lode. . 18.43
Cubanna lode 15.20
Yankey lode 20.25
Total arelode claim . 94.423
This claim is located on unsurveyed land.
approximately in sec 2, tp. 12 n, r 1 w, G &
SRB i M, In Big Bug mining district,
Yavapai county, Arizona, and is bounded on
the north by the Buckey O'Neil, Grand Cen
tral and Storm Cloud, on the cast by the Gol
den Wreath, survey No. 1433, on the south
by uovernment land, and on the west oy
General Wood lode.
Jefferson vein extends from nee mon s
35 deg 23 min w 1500 ft to s c e mon.
Alto vein extends from the nee mon s 44
deg 3 min w 1464 ft to s c e mon.
Ohio vein extends from the nee mon a 37
deg 45 min w 1372 f t to s c e mon.
Cubanna rein extends from the cor No 6 s
7 deg 13 min w 1497 ft.
Yankey vein extends from ncemons32
deg w 1500 f t to s c e mon.
The notico of location cf each of said
claims is recorded in the office of the re
corder of Yavapai county. Arizona, in the
aoose ot Mines hcreinbelow set opposite
their respective names, to-wit:
Jefferson claim Book 47, page 24
Alto " Book 47, page 25
Ohio " Book 47. page 101
Cubanna ' Book 47. page 26
Yankey " Book 47, pago 102
Any and all persons claiming adversely
the-mining ground, or any portion thereof,
so described, surveyed and platted and ap
plied for, are hereby notified that unless
their adverse claims are duly filed with the
Register of the Land Office during the next
sixty days' publication hereof they will be
barred by vir ue of the statute in such cases
made and provided.
Dated this 6th day of January, WM.
FEN S. HILDRETH.
Register V. S. Land Office at
First publication Jany. 13, 1904. w
Final Publication March 16, 1904.
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