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WEEKLY JOUkNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1911
4 t 2 4 t f 9 W am city News in Brief I 1 Vtotn Thursday's Dally) Home From Visit. . tiriiiiin dlalc hns returned ) easant six weeks visit with ,, mill friends in southern Cal- t Business Visitor, j .' (tlcnn, who hns boon spend ,,, i . summer with his son in ."Mcroay n,l left in the after ronn for hit homo on important lml e. lie win rctnrn jn a fcw and remain until the snow flies. Ho ' very enthusiastic over the moun ts n country ami it unexcelled ell mate Looking over Country. H- H. MnMon and (1. II. Wnld hndgo, l,th identified with thn Ari zona Power company, left yesterday for .lerome on an examination trip o'f their interests nnd to look over the industrial ituation. Mr. Waldbrldge eomcs from New York, and contem plate, remaining i this section for several weeks to personally familinr- izc Himself with the general rcour- . i.rove, is in the city for 'm f the rmnit- .... 1 fW !IV Ull miniums. rrom the Bang. j (From Friday's Diily.) t TVom th. TO.--- . - ' Inn rnriiMiiH nf 41it v n n n ' " of I. L. Harmon, is in the I .M" Hml MwV ' " stcP r..m Camp Wood on business uu w.ll return today. Visiting Friends. Mr 1 1 co. II. Francis and daughter ( mlioldt arc in the city for a . dm visiting with friends nnd t,f the Hotel St. AHcbncl. Ctncludes Visit. M s li llinn Wilkic, who has been .wis the summer, returned yestcr- lav ' Hoburt, Okls., after nn en vain' visit. Visiting Parents. Mr ' M. Hniblc, wife of Under brr ff Itnihlc, and daughter, left fter'a for Hocky Ford, Colo., r't' he will visit with her parents ' r a few weeks. Leaves for 8outh. ir.d Mr. .1. K. Diily, the form- t r haged as 11 solicitor of public applies, left yesterday for the t jt ei part of the territory and w M'turn to this loenllty Inter to "ti, 1 Tonner Resident Returns. U la e Fairbank, for many years , . U nt of this city, nrrived from Vv, ork eity Tuesday, nnd will 'tir, i for u few days on business, lie r, r ed a cordial welcome from - -n fr ends. Brief Visit. t T. K. Fit.simmons, wlft of ' e 1" oenl.x brick manufacturer, nr- el 11 the city yesterday on busl oi .ii'l will return tomorrow. Mr. 1 in won has several large con 'srti and is prospering. Eetum From East. Mr and Mrs. M. B. Harvltine, the ' rnit" the cashier of the Hank of t 7 11a, with their three sons, re-'-ft I yesterday from nn extended Jit with relatives and friend in ihi and other eastern states. Tcderal Officer Here. frel K. Hurnctt, Chinese Imml pau 11 Inspector, is 11 recent arrival 111 Tucson, nnd is investigating the iep'it of residence of ccvernl Chin t 11 this section, and looking over a"air of his department. Arrive From East. Mri. V. W, Iloss, son and daughter, "turned yesterday after several month of an absence visiting with relatives and friends in Louisville, Ky. Her son, Thomas D. Hoss, re ma nrd nnd will take a law course at Ann Arbor, Mich. Outlook Q ratifying. I. It. Wells is in the city from the hower Agua Frin valley and reports the Mve stock industry in good con lit on for the approaching fall and "inter months. Hangc feed is up to the standard of the previous year, ami there iR every indication of a prosperous season. turn Froai Baat Albert M. and Alesander Joues re turned from the east yesterday, the former on 11 marketing trip to dis pose of sheep at St. Joseph, Mo., nd the latter on his annual vacation to i,t with friends. He is an nt Uche in this city of the 8. F. P. & n the auditor's office. Doth are b of Col. T. M. Jones of this city Likes the Country. I I. Jackson, of I'hocnlx, who hni 'feu (pending the summer with bis n nt Minnehaha Hat, was in "Uio men irom their homo on Tank Creek yesterdny and will remain for a few days vi'iting with friend. From the Mines. W. .1. Casey, foreman of the Mud hole mine at Walker, was in the eity yesterday on a brief business visit, re- turning to his camp in tbn afternoon. From the Farm. Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. Tucker arc in the city for a few days from their dry farm near Point of Hocks, visit ing with friend and" transacting business. Rangeiuan Visitor. dranvillc Fain of Camp Verde, was In the city yesterday on business, and stated that the cattle situation in that country was never in better condition. Called by Illness. Mr?. William Tbomns left jester day for Massillon, Ohio, receiving a telegram that her father, James Drown was critically ill and could not live but a few days Mining Visitor. M. I). Murray, mining engineer, ar rived from Chihuahua, Mexico, yes terday, and will remain for several days to investigate t he mineral re sources of this section. Pioneer Visitor. Thomn I. Huckuian, farmer nnd stock raier of Thompson Valley, 1 in the city for a few days, to visit with hi mother who has been spend ing the summer here for the benefit of her health. Enjoying Vacation. Hicbard Crigg, arrived from the Climax camp on the Hnssayampa yes terday nnd will remain for several days on n pleasure visit. He gives nn excellent account of that property and its possibilities. Climatic Attraction. II. Hauder, mine operator of the. Santa Maria section, nrrived yes terday .and will remnin for a few weeks to enjoy tho rlhnnto of this ection. He stntes that the present snrnmer hns been a record breaker in the intensity of the heat. Returns to City. J. H. Morrlfon, who hns been mill wright of the United Cold Mines company nt Congress, returned to the city yesterday and gives nn excellent report of that property, which he lie lieves will become the greatest gold producer In the new state, Returns From East. W. V. DeCnmp, general manager of the Pacific Copper Mlalng com pany, who was called to Kansas City to consult with stockholders, and visited his wife at Denver for a few davs. returned yesterday nnd will leave today for his camp at Silver Mountain. Return to Caap. S. L. Duncan, sujerintendent of the Climax Mining company, returned to his camp yesterday to contlnne de velopment, nnd in a short time will resume operntlon of the mill. He Is mnMi nleased with the results of the lnt ten days, which gave heavier values than at any time before. Another Oil Compny. Articles of incorporation of the Pittsburg nnd Verde Volley Oil com nanv were filed for record yesterday in tho county recorder's office. The incorporators nrc Win. H. Pocschmnn, O.M. Andrews nnd C. II. Huthcrford. The capital stock is $2.-0,000, with shares at the par value of fl each, j After Mine Supplies. 1. II. Cross, who Is developing mines In Crook Canyon, near tho Uodlr, is in the city nfler supplies. Ho tntes Hint the territorlnl high way is enthusiastically welcomed In that district nnd upon its completion there will result much benefit to the miner nnd particularly to those who will make ore shipments to market. Will Repair Roads. T. N. Chliders, country road super intendent, will lenvo today for Cherry Creek nnd the Verde. Vnlley, where considerable damage to the road took place last week from cloudbursts nnd which will be repaired immediately. A stretch of eight miles is said to be impassable for any class of ve hicles, In several place gorges ns deep as six feet being cut and filled with big boulder. Will Visit Old Home. Mr. nnd Mrs. Phillip Hoover left yeslerdny for Xcliople, Pcnnsylvnnln, the birthplace of tho former, for n visit until November with rclntive and friends. The Journey is n par ticularly interesting one to Mr. Hoov er, this being the first time iu n third of a century, or since lie has been n resident of Arizona, that tho opportunity has presented Itself for him to renew the old dnys when he was n soldier of the civil war. He will again visit tho old battlefield nnd tnke part in reunions of comrades before the few that aro left vanish in memory. NW DORMITORYIVENEZIA BUYS UNIVERSITY TO BE BUILT AT MOTOR TRUCK CORBIN & BORK Druggists SEND YOUR DRUG SUPPLIES BY MAIL OR EXPRESS. PROMPTLY Send Us Your Mail Orders! : Prescott, Ariz. P. 0. Box 166 Return for Visit. Mrs. Anna Shipp nnd daughter, Miss Alva Shipp, have returned from Kingmnii nnd will remain for n few days visiting with friends. Capital City Visitor. Mrs. U. C. Tiirnbull is in the city for it few dnvs from Phoenix visit ing with Iter brother, I. P. lluruett nnd other relatives nnd friends. Mining Visitor. Perry Hnll, well known in demo erntie political circles nnd nt present :i mechnnicnl engineer nt the HI lie Hell mine, is in the city for n few dnys. Returns to Bra&shaws. Ceo. P. Harrington has recovered sufficiently from recent illness ns to be able to resume his duties as man nger of the Nelson Mining company and left yesterday for his camp at Crown King. Mining- Visitors. H. II. Peterson, mining man of Mc Cnbe, nnd son, F. H. Peter'on, are in the city for a few days on business nnd report considerable activity in that section. Returns From Outing. T. W. King, Dig Chlno cattle man, returned yesterday from month's outing nt the cimt resorts of southern California nnd will leave today for home. Family Rejoices. A fine baby girl watt lKnrn 1n this city Thnrsday to Mr. and Mrs. W. I). Denny, and the happy parent are re ceiving the congratulations of many friends nnd acquaintances. Rural Visitor. Charles Miller, farmer of Sknll Val ley, was in the city yeirterday on busiiuns, and gives nn excellent ac count of the jmst summit's yield In all line of farming products. Oa the sick Xdft. Itobcrt Dnms was brought to the city from the I.ticky .Star mine yes terday and will remain for several lays to receive ms-dlcal attention, having symptom of typhoid fever. Leave for Htnr Hsu. Mm. K. J. Dulgnan and daughter left vesterday for Ash Fork, where they will reside, Mr. Dulgnan ecur lng the iMisltlon of ynrdmastcr of the S. F. P. ti P. nt that place a few days ngo. Visiting Old Haunts. Frank (Irnhnm, merehnnt and freighter of Wendcn, on the A. k C. railroad, Is In the city on it business and pleasure visit for n few days. He formerjy resided In this city and U popularly known to all. To the Coatt. It. S. Masson, chief engineer of the Arizona Power company, nnd H. 0 Walhridgc of the board of directors left yesterday for Los Angeles on business. Both will retfirn in a few days to continue their examinations Educational Mission. Kenneth Heation, son of Mr. nil' Mrs. J. R. Heatson, left yesterday for Los Angeles where he enters tho l.'ul verslty of .Southern California, to take a preparatory course for admit tnnce. to the State University nt Her keley. New Mining Camp. 8. C. Ycomnns, Kdwnrd Melter nnd Henry Harkschat are In the city per fecting arrangements for establishing a new c'up at tho Cowboy mine, re cently acquired, and will start devel opracnt Immediately. Tho property li located on the Santa Maria and Is attractive in gold values, being form erly owned by Hrow, Smith k Del eher, TITCSOX, Ariz., Sept. S.-Among the many fine looking building which nrc now upon the campus of the 'Diversity of Arizonn another will take its place sometime within the next six months. It will be n fine ilormltory. President Wilde 1 said yesterday nfternnon that the new dormitory would bo built of brick to innMi some of the buildings already cons tructed and t tint when finished would iiinke a flue addition to the campus. The location of the proposed build ing will be on the north side of the enmpus between the President's rest- lencc nnd West Cottnge, the young ladies ilormltory. The new building is assured since the Hoard of Control has already mado the npproprint'on for it and the sum amounts in nil to 423,000. Of this sum '-'.'.OO-l will be used to build the structure while the remaining tH.OOO will be used for finishing it after the building is completed. The material will bo red brick and it will be it two story structure. Dr. Wilde snid: "The new dormitory will be modern in every respect. The latest plumbing will be installed and every thing done to make it a fine building. Tim plnns nt present are to use it as a young Indie dormitory. There will be a Jnrgo screen porch in the bnCK for sleeping purposes tho same kind of n porch t tint is now being built (From Snturdnv'g Dally.) Mr. and Mm. K. L. Tomilnson were in the city yeiterdny from the Ven .in mining camp in (rook Canyon, visiting with friends and transacting business. Mr. Tomlinson states that the grade for installing the new cyan ide plnnt Is nenrlng completion nnd thnt the machinery will begin to ar rive during the present month. Mine work continue under favorable con ditions nnd n large tonnage of ore Is ready for treatment by the new process. He has alio ordered n motor truck for hauling freight to nnd from the mine, whicli will be placed In commission as toon the the territorial highway is completed over Senator hill, which will be during the present yenr. Mr. Tomlinson state that the coming of the road is of far reaching importance to hi ns well a other mining interests in that section. CHARMED WITH GRAND CANYON ((From Friday's Dally.) It. P.. Morrison who accompanied Sister Magdnlfn nnd Sister Dolorlnc, of the order of I.orcttn, to the Grand Cnuyon a few days ago, returned yesterday, his guests continuing their journey to Denver. He J n brother of Sister Dolorine, who visited for a few days in this city with relatives nnd friends. Tn expressing her nd miration of tho great natural wonder, Sister Magdalen was so charmed with the wonderful work of nature SA'NTA FK PACIFIC RAIMtOAD COMPANY, by Howrf Jones Its La ml 'ommiioner, filed In this offico June 2S. IPlO, its application, Serial J No. oiHWi.', to enter under tho provi sion f the Act of Congrcs approved, i April 21, 1001 (.13 Stats. 211), tho following described lands, viz: The Fast half of the Northwest quarter, nnd Lots one nnd two of thu Northwest quarter of section ten; thu North half of the Northeast quarter. Kast half of the Northwest quarter. and Lots one nnd two of the North west quarter of section thirty-four, In township nineteen north, of rnngo twelve and oe-hnlf east: The North cast quarter of the Northwest quarter. West half of the Northwest quarter and the West half of the Southwest quarter of section twenty-two, nil of section twenty-eight, the South hnlf, and the West half of the Northwest quarter of section thirty-four, tho West half of the Southeast quarter of section twenty-seven, in township seventeen north, of range two west of the Gila nnd Salt IHver Bnse nnd Meridian, Arizona. Any and all perons claiming ndvers- 1y the lands described, or desiring to object because of the mineral char. nctcr of the land, or for any other reason, to the disposal to applicant, should file their affidavits of protest in this office, on or before the 20th day of September, 1911. FRANK H. PARK Kit, Register. Aug. 10 (W) St. MINERAL APPLICATION No. 014928 t'nitd States Land Office, Phoenix, Arizona, July 111, 1011. Notice is hereby given thnt E Hlcek, whoo Post " Office nddrc is Prescott, Arizonn, hns mndc applica tion for patent to ItOOO linear feet of as to remnrk In He presence of many I Hie April Shower nnd Christmas Gift, ,!... t ... 1.-1 ,. , Mndf mining claims survey No. 2011, tourists that if sho had been torn- . mMnvmvtl Mining District, Yv- . . . i iviii r ""in isiiiil: iov , ii tin i nnnrv iriTAiin t 1 1 1 t ri i in nioiv on .ort nan for inc college men. . , . ".,.. I ' ' ' . ""V. ;' , , . , , . , , mi ,irncK irom miliums to r.i torar, inciter. ..it 'jwii. i "j it. t un- 1 do not know just when the build-1 .. , , i...,...,, vTnnii VnUnnnl Por.'.f ... , J , ... , ,, .magnificence of the scene would hnvc , sunej w I reeou Aituonni ronsi. lng will be eomplctid, but probaluy l ! Described ns fol own: some time within the nest six'""' m c hristmns Gift Lode, Beginning at months." Dr. Wilde Is very optimistic n to nn increased registration nt the Uni versity and stated. "We are receiv ing answers every dny from the let ters which we have sent to prospec tive students nnd thn outlook Is very bright. Most of the students from whom we have heard are young men nnd don't know whether we will have dormitory 400m for them or not I nm especially anxious to hear from thoe near the University or in other section of the city who will have rooms to rent ns I fenr that we will need them." Dram WAIT FOR US The Swigcrt Bros. Optical Co. sanoas-t swiisn emeu it Sim aaaamMy at TfOtf mt utlMtartai Claaar MM Irs tcim aoatu itxift ta at ex. fcvrvitATto NEXT TRIP W Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 17, 18, 10 and 20, We will also visit Crown King Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 21 and -2; Harrington, Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 23 and 24; Mayer, Saturday, Aug. 26; Humboldt, Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 28 and 29, and MeCabe, Wednesday, Aug. 31. BLOCK LETS TWO CONTRACTS E. E.BURUNGAYIF. & Co. iCCiV IsCEirt? And CMEMICM ;AjjAi Urrltc laboratory . EfUtbllehed In Colorado, 1S46. Samples b) 1 mail or eiprcM receive prompt and caret u. 'attention. Qold And Sllvrr Bulllet Kcfluuj. Melted atd Arwiyed or Purchased CeacentratioB Teats 100 b. or Cat Load Lots. Write for-Term. It'-ITM Lawrence Jit. DENVER. COLO (From Saturday's Dally) Kd. lllock yesterday let two lm- jtortant mine contracts, one to Dan liyan and John iPhipjw on his llcst Friend group in Weaver district for continuing the main working shaft lown 10ft feet after the performanco of which rt Is probable nnother con tract will be awarded. Fred Rose secured the contract to continue tho main tunnel on the Christmas group In I!nayampa district for nn addl tlonal 100 feet, which will exploit that prjerty snfflclently to make accurate deductions. In the present tunnel tin? howlng Is satisfactory and the owner xp?d that the New York will tablish n very promising property. MINERAL APPLICATION No. 015160 Journal-Miner lllfli class job work WHAT SAVED HER LIFE Mrs. Martin Tel!. Abort a fctfaM Experience thnt MiJM Km Ended Seriously. Rtverrllie, W. V11. Mrs. Dora Martin, la a letter from ulvcavjlle, writes: "For three years, I suffered with wo manly troubles, and had pains in my back and side. I was nervous and could not sleep at night. Tke doctor could not help me. Ha aald I would have to bo operated on be fore I could get better. I thought would try using Cnrdul. Now, I am entirely well. I am sure Cardul saved my life. will never be without Cardul In my home. I recommend It to my friends." For fifty years, Cardul has been re lieving pain and distress caused by we manly trouble It will surely help you It goes to the spot reaches the trouble relieves the symptoms, aad drives away the cause. If you mffer from any symptoms tf womanly trouble, take Cardul. Your druggist sells and recommesda It Qet a bottle from him today. RSj.-WWtsto UaW A4ly Dtt.. CHa Mti JaWtttlM Cai. Qutunoos. T. far jpMaSl nttnumnh s - i, in ti sat wassM, - stat w sum t , sa. United States Land Office, Phoenix, Aruonn, August 11, 1011. Xotlce Is hereby given that John W. Dougherty, of San Diego, Califor nia, by John J. Hawkins, his Attorney-in-Fact, wifco post office ad dress is Prescott, Arizona, has made application for a Unite! States Pat ent for the I.ltt. Conner No, 2, nnd Llttlo topper -No, ;i, l.nio Mining Claims, Mineral Survey o. 2014. con tulning (told and. Copper, situate In the Hasaayarupa Mining District, Yavapai County, Arizona, covering 3000 feet, unsur.veyed, approximately in sections 1 .10, T. IU 4; 13 N., It 3 W in Prscott National Forest, and more particularly described as rojJows: Little Copper o. 2: He glnnlng nt Cor. Xo. 1, whence the theoretical jolnt for the S. W. Cor, of gee. 31, T. 13 N.. It. 2 W. on the 3rd Standard Parallel North, bears . 8.1 Deg. 32 Min. K. -iriS.fl ft. and II. S. L. M. No. 2024, 1nr S. 88 Deg. 23 Min. K. .1682.3 ft: thence N' irt Deg. 4(1 Min. W. 600 ft. to Cor, No. 2; thence H. 23 Deg. H Min. W, 1.100 ft. to Cor. No. 3; thence 3. 66 Deg. 40 Mill. K. HOO ft. to No. 4 thence N. 23 Deg. 14 Min. K. 1300 ft to beginning, containing 20.661 acres, Llttb Copper No. 3: Deginning nt Cor. No. 1, whence theoretical point for H.W. Cor. of See. 31, T. 13 N It. 2 W., on the Third Htnndard Par allel North bears N. 3 Deg. 31 Min. K. 401.1 ft. and V. 8. L. M. No. 2021 bears N. 6 Deg. 01 Min. L. .126.1.7 ft,: thence X. 66 Dog. 46 Min. W. 500 ft. to Cor. No. 2; thenc H. 23 Deg. 14 Min. W. 1.100 ft. to Cor. No. 3: thence 8. 60 Deg. Ill Min. K. 0 ft. to Cor. No. I; thence N. 23 Deg. 14 Min. H. 1600 ft. tn beginning; containing 20.661 neres. Notice of Location of Little Copier No. 2 is recorded. In Hook .10 of Mint. "Pago 4.18, u ml Llttk" Copper No. 3 In Book .10 of Mines, at Page 130, Hecords of Ynvniai County, Arizona. There are no known adjoining claims nnd this claim is surrounded by United Elate Public Domain. FHANKIl. PAHKEH, IlegUter. First publication August 16, 1011. cor. No. 1, whence U. S. L. M. No. '2S27 brs. S. 12 deg. 16 nun. K. 126.1 ft.. TLonce: N. 47 deg. 30 min. E. MOO ft. to cor No. 2, thence: S. 37 deg. 37 min. K. 600 ft. to cor No. 3, thence: S. 17 deg. 30 min. W. 1C0O ft. to cor. No. -I, thenee: N. 37 deg. 37 min. W. 600 ft. to cor. No. 1, tho place of beginning. April Shower Lode. Beginning at cor. No. 1; whence V. H. L. M. No. 2S27 brs. S. 12 deg. 16 min. K. 120.1 ft. Thence: S. 37 deg. 37 min. E. 600 ft. to cor. No. 2, thence S. 02 deg. 23 min. W. 1.100 ft. to cor. No. 3, thence: N. 37 deg. 37 min. W. 600 fr. to cor. No- 4, thence '. C2 deg. 23 min. K. 1300 ft- to cor. No. 1, tho place of beginning. Area 20.061 acres, less area in conflict with sur. No. 2827, Empire lode 2.303 ncretr, nnd Friely lode 1.004 ncres, Net aren Christmns flift hlo 17.861 ncres. Christmas Gift lode, nren 20.58B neres, less area 4,n conflict with sur. No. 2S27, Middle lode 0.000 neres, anil Empire lode 1.726 neres. Net nrea Chrishuins (lift lode 17.861 acre. The location notice are recorded ns follows: Christinas Gift lode, Book 84 of Mines, page C31; April Shower lode, Book SO of Mines, page 5Sl BecoTds of Yavapai County, Arizonn. This claim is bounded on the North by New Year lode mnsurveyed, b. Block claimant, niulr U. S. Land on the Eost nnd South by sur. No. 2827, Middle, Empire nnd Friely lode, and U. 5. Land, and on trie west tiy u. Land. FRANK II. PARKER, f Register. First pub. Aug. 2. MINERAL APPLICATION N0.01S248 NOTICCE TOR P08TINQ AND FUBLI8H1NO. ferial Number 011632. Phoenix, Arizona, Land Office, Phoenix, Arizona, Aug. 8, 1011. Notice is hereby given that the United States Land Office, t'lioenix, Arizona, Auir. 2o. 1911. Notice 1 hereby given, that Til TOPHEATH MlN'ING 4 MILLINtt Co. by W. W. BOSS, Its Atty-ln-fact, of Prescott, Arizona, has mad application for patent to the TIP TOP, KEYSTONE and JOKEIt lodo mining claims, survey No. 2031, situ ated in Humbug Mining District, Yav apai County, Arizona, approximately in Twp. 8 N. It, 1 E, unurveyed, de scribed as follows: TIP TOP lode, beginning at Cor. No. 1 whence U. S. L. M. No. 2931 brs. S. .17 deg. 23 min. E. 2.10.6 feet. Thence H. 67 deg. 12 min. W. 1451 feet to cor. No. 2, thence N. 22 deg. 48 min. W. 600 feet to cor. No. 3, thence N. 67 deg. Hi min. E. 14.11 feet to cor. No. t, thenee X. 22 deg. 48 min. E. 600 feet to eor. No. 1, the place of beginning, area 20.027 arres. KEYSTONE lode, beginning at Cor. No. 1, wheuec U. rt. L. M. No. 2031 brs. H. 37 deg. 2.1 E. 2.10.0 feet, thenee 8. 07 deg. 12 min. W. 11.11 ft. to Cor. No. 2, thenee 8. 22 deg. IS min. E. 600 feet to Cor. No. 3, theneo N. 07 deg. 12 win. E. 1454 ft. to Cor. No. 4, thence N. 22 deg. IS min. W. COO ft. to cor. No. 1, the place of beginning, nrra 20.027 aeres. JOKEIt lode, beginning nt eor. No, 1, whence V. ti. L. M. No. 2031 brr. H. 41 deg. CH win. E. 583.07 fet, thence 8. deg. 28 min. E. 1.100 ft. to eor. No. 2, thenee H. I deg. 32 min. W. 600 ft. to eor. No. .1, thence; N. 8.1 deg. 28 min. W. 1500 ft. to cor. No. I, thenee N. 4 deg. 32 min. E. 600 ft. to eor. No. 1, thn place of beginning, nrea 20.661 acre. This claim is bounded on the Nortli lv Very Top lode nnsurveyed, O. A. Ensign claimant, aud U. H. Land: on tho eait and south by U. K. Load, and ou tho west by FouthTip Top lode, unturveyed and (J. 8. Land. The lo cation notlees nrc rocorded an follow; TIP TOP. Book 50 of mines pago l, KEYSTONE, Book .10 of mine pau 44. JOKEIt, Book 30 of mines pogi 4.1, Ifcords of Yavapai Coouiy, Arl. zona. FRANK II. PANKElJ, Ilegliter, First pub. (Vf) H-pt. C.