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This is one of the coming mines of Yavapai county. More than
900 feet of development has demonstrated this property to be one of
exceptional merit Buy now while you can get it at 25 cents per ".
: share, it is bound to advance to a dollar within a short time. ' ".
Development is being pushed and Ore being stacked on the dumps;
J. HEAD, President
H. BURMISTER, Vice-President
M. B. HAZELTINE, Treasurer
JUDGE J. J. HAWKINS
Bank of Arizona, Depositary
W. S. COLDSWORTHY, Secretary
J. I. GARDNER
CORONA CONSOLIDATED GOLD & COPPER CO.
S. ACKER & CO., Financial Afents
W. S. COLDSWORTHY, Secretary
P. 0. Box 640
Ed Whipple, of the Flagstaff Under
taking Parlors, was in Winslow Mon
day and Tuesday on business.
Track laying on the Phoenix and
Eastern railroad has now reached a
point seven miles east of Mesa and is
being rushed as fast as possible.
Governor Brodie has appointed the
following notary publics: Thos. C.
Jobs, of Prescott; Chas. P. Mullen, of
Livingston, Gila county; Frank Bax
ter, of Yuma and Dorsey Elizabeth
Schnebly, of Sedona, Coconino
T. E. Pollock, manager of the Ari
zona Central Bank, of Flagstaff, and
E. S. Gosney, a prominent Coconino
county sheep and cattle man, are in
the city, having came down Sunday.
They are registered at the Burke.
Frank Hicks, one of the pioneers
of Winslow, died Monday. He had
been in failing health for the past two
years. He was a native of Wisconsin
and ager 54 years. The remains were
shipped to his old home, accompauied
by his wife and sister.
George R. Parker, one of the pio
neers of the territory and a man uni
versally known and respected, died
very'- suddenly Sunday afternoon,
whilo seated in a chair in his home on
Summit street, Prescott. He was 84
years of age and had been a resident
of Prescott for thirty years.
A report from Yuma says: The
flood in the Colorado river stands at
24:18, and is receding at the rate of
six inches daily. The reports of ex
tensive damage along the river have
been grossly exaggerated. J. B. Lip
pincott, government engineer, who was
quoted in the stories of great damage
to farm lands along the Colorado, has
wired from Yuma that he was misquo
ted. The flood has brought much ben
efit and little damage to farmers.
The following named gentlemen have
successively occupied the position of
governor of Arizona: First, J. N.
Goodwin; second, R, C. McCormick;
third, A. P. K. S afford; fourth, John
Hoyt; fifth, John C. Fremont; sixth,
F. A. Tritle; seventh, C. Meyer Zulick;
eighth, Louis Wolfiey; ninth, John N.
Irwin; tenth, N. O. Murphy; eleventh,
L. C. Hughes; twelfth, B. J. Franklin;
thirteenth, M. H. McCord; fourteenth,
N. O. Murphy; fifteenth, Alexander O.
Brodie, present incumbent.
WANTED, FOR HAILR.OAD WORK.
The Phoenix & Eastern railroad has
ordered five new locomotives for ser
vice on its road now building from
Phoenix to Benson. Three of them
are expected to be received within
three weeks and the other two will
arrive in the fall. The engines will
all be equipped with oil burners.
Incidentally, says the Republican,
the S. F. P. & P. has not been able to
make the change from coal to oil
burners as fast as was expected, but
the first oil burner engine will be
ready for service in a day or two and
the others as soon as possible thereafter.
Slight injuries often disable a man
and cause' several days' loss of time,
and when blood poison develops,
sometimes result in' the loss of a hand
or limb. Chamberlain's Pain Balm
is an antiseptic liniment. When
applied to cuts, bruises and burns, it
causes them to heal quickly and with
out maturation, and prevents any dan
ger of blood poison. For" sale by all
druggists. . -". .
Lei and Mine 100 teams, with har
ness, 120 per month and feed. 500 men
at the following prices : Teamsters,
40 per month and board; Hock men,
$3.50 per day, of nine hours; Carpen
ters, $4.00 per day, of nine hours;
white laborers, $2.00 per day, of ten
hours; Mexicans and Indians, $1.75
per day, of ten hours.
Board of men, 75c. per day.
Comfortable quarters furnished.
Apply at office of the Mohave and
Milltown Ry. Co., Cottage Hotel An
nex, Needles, Calif.
25. C. W. BROWN,
Default having been made In tbe payment of
Interest and principal of a promissory note, da
ted August 31, 1889, executed by Joseph Fisher,
and Sada Fisher, his wife, for Six Hundred
Dollars (MOO), payable to the Columbia Savings
and Loan Association, of Denver, Colorado, se
cured by a deed of trust to T. J. Zollars, as
trustee, and in ease of his resignation or ab
sence from the County of Coconino, Territory of
Arlxona, then to the acting sheriff of Coconino
County as successor In trust, dated August 31,
1899, recorded September S9, IftM, in Book 4.
pages 129 to 136, Inclusive, of the records of said
Coconino County; and.
Whereas, T. J. Zollars Is" absent from said
county, and has resigned his position as trus
Therefore, At the request of The Columbia
Savings and Loan Association, the legal holder
of said note, and under and by virtue of the
power and authority In me vested by said deed
of trust, I will, on the twentieth day of July, A.
D- 180J, at the hour of 10 o'clock, A. M.. fell at
publlo auction at the front door of the County
Court House, In the County of Coconino, Terri
tory of Ariiona. the following-described prem
ises and all the right, title, interest and equity
of redemption of the said Joseph Fisher and
Sada Fisher In and to said premises, to-wlt:
Lot No. Seven (7), block No. Seventeen (17), in
the recorded plat thereof, as surveyed and
platted by H. C. Nutt, trustee, for the Atlantic
and Pacific Railroad Company, situate In Coco
nino County. Territory of Aritona, for the
highest and best price the same will bring In
cash, for the purposes of paying said note and
the interest thereon, and the expenses of exe
cuting this trust. JAMES A. JOHNSON,
Sheriff of Coconino County,
Successor In trust.
First pub. June 90. '
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