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, THE ABTONA REPUBLICAN: SAT.UKDAY -SrOROTJffV: JTOF 27, 1901.
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la one of the sights, of the city In Los Angeles. It Ijt the heat place
In the Pacific Southwest to buy pood groceries, wines, liquors and
cigars. If you nro coming to Is Angeles this summer makeup u
list of the thing you need and have Jcrne 1111 the order. You will
get better goods and stave money by doing It that way. Write for
Smoke Tevnc's Fine Cigars
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fjs iu.u 5. spring m.
Tlio Elitwy Corner, Fourth unci Drondway
ORDER BY MAIL
i An,y of the following Itema. You
goods n well n on nil ol'.ierlnes. We are anx
ious to get arquulnted with you we want to
do business with you. If there Is anything In
mir line thn.t iyou need let wt snd you sam
ples. Woman's Drawers of extra grade muslin,
trimmed with clutter of tucks and hemstitch
tnif. Mado with yoke bands. Better thun you
Keperally get ot SU: A Mull Ortkr special, at,
per pair 25c
Muslin Drawers, umbrella flounce (trimmed
with hemstitching nnd tuivhon lace: yoke
band. Oood value at ?re. A Mall Order spe
cial nt, per pair '. 49c
White Skirts Of tine quality cambrle. Trim
med withe cluster of tucks and embroidery:
yoke bands. Splendid value at J1.00. A Mall
Qrder speolal at, each 89c
Wanmn'a Gdivnu, of good grade muslin. Yoke
of tucks and hemstitching. Ruffle around yoke
and arms. Oood wldi'h. Splendid value at
05e, A Mall Order special at, each 43c
Shoe Your Family
The most satKfactoiy shoe store
In Los Angeles. Bring In the
family nml buy their mountain
and beach shoes, and 'before they
return homo let us phoe them for
a year to come. Saves money
and they'll everyone have better
sOioes. All prices.
253 SO. BROADWAY,
Los Angeles, Cal.
Manufacturers and Dealers ot J
TENTS, AWNINGS.OBB BAGS,
CAMP FURNITURE, BTO.
Rollnble Denllti Guaranteed
Ul H. Mala Street, Us Auioles. Cal.
Lay in a supply
California la the fountain head
of good Wine In America, and
"Premier" la the leader In Cali
fornia. If you go to the coast
this summer It will pay you to
lay In a supply. You'll save
money and get better Wine than
you can get any other place.
CHARLES STERN & SONS
Loi Anirelea, Cal.
Winery and Distillery,
Retail Store, 311 South Spring Street
You assume no risk, when you buy
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di
arrhoea Remedy. Etvey & Hulett will
refund your, money If you are not sat
isfied after using It. It ii everywhere
admitted to be the most successful
lemedy In use for bowel complaints
nnd the only one that never falls. It
Is pleasant, safe and reliable,
One sign of a meek man Is his hat;
H U always two or three 'sizes too
large, (or him. -
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Los Angeles, toi.
can save n pretty penny on these
'Many an UlgoVerned and unruly ur
chin has teen made a.olerable member
ot tbe family or of the Infant comomn
wealth of the streets through the In
fluence of the kindergarten. Other chil
dren who, If left to their own whims
and device. un.1l th?y "had reached tbe
ordinary school age of six or seven,
would have beconle absolutely Incorri
gible Kttle loafers, truants, or even
thieves, have been rescued by belns ta
ken Jnto the kindergarten before their
characters had iwcelved the wrong set.
.We maij- conclude, then, ahat the pres
ent tendency toward wholesale condem
nation of the kindergarten l quite us
unjustifiable na Ihe former tendency
toward wholesale praise; that although
ilhe kindergarten has -not-woiked -won-deis,
1t has still made a worthy contri
bution lo educational methods. There
Is constantly danger that enthusiasts
may attach too rauib alue to msre
names and to their mo"hanlsm, and
that they may carry too for the idea of
making lessons agreeable. Yet, with
wise teachers, the kindergarten will rein-In
a useful part of our educational
system. It will be especially servlcable
to those children who, for one leason or f
another, are not likely to learn the les
rons of Juvenile citizenship Uirou'h
enrly contact with playmates: that Is,
to children who ait home have few or no
Playmates. The kindergarten may also
pave those children who, -for one rea
son or another, ore not early brought
under steady and Intelllgsnt discipline,
the neglected children of 'the Very poor
nnd the very rich. N. Y. Post.
When you want a modern, up-to-date
physic, try Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. They are easy to take
and pleasant In effect. Price. 23 cents.
Samples free at Elvey & Hulett's drug
The marquis or Rlpon. who recently
celebrated his golden wed'JIng has b?en
a dairyman for years. In and about
the picturesque town of Rlpon, York
shire may be seen mllkwugons bearing
his former title, "The most notable, 'the
'.Marquis of Rlpon. " He also has a
milk store in Lond-on, where country
dairy products an? sold.
'Among the lucky youngsters who will
Inhorlt great Wftalth Is the 3-yeAr-oltl
marquis of Blandford. Some day this
boy will be t-ls-e a prince, a marquis, a
duke, (wlce an arl and twice a baron.
He" will rule dvtv 21,000 acres of land,
be lord of Blenheim palace, and inherft
a gooJ share "of to VanderblR fortune.
M v" Jh "s- as 8
i Mines and Minerals of Arizona!
Almost dully news pomes' of new nml
ileh strikes In the wonderful Oroom
Creek section, says the Journal-Miner.
A few lulaLvs ago the I.ove brd.hers, who
only a short time pgo. located some
elainw In that section, brought some
ramples of ore 'to Pres-cott that cer
tainly look good. These gentlemen be
gan sinking on a ledge that gave some
evidences of value, but the ore n.rlng
ers, of which there were three, were
only a few Inches wide to begin with.
Sinking was continued on thorn, how
ever, and as depth was readied they
widened out until now, nt a depth of
about V feet, Uiey have run together,
forming a solid ore body over three feet
In width un'di running splendid value? In
gold, silver nnd lead. It is the opinion
of goad miners who have examined the
ore that the Dove brothers have an Im
mensely rich mine. They ecttalnly are
In a district where such things nic to
bo looked for.
THE VERDE KINO
Progress of Work on a Promising
(Work rtt the Verde Klnsr group Is be
ing pushed (J.eadlly, with the most flat
teilng results, says fhe Jerome He
porter. At 1 lie bottom of a CO foot
shaft ore has been taken within the
l.ist week that assays $4 per ton gold,
4.30 oz. silver nnd 20 48 per cent copper.
The shaft was sunk on a body of low
grade copper nnd gold ore varying from
'three to four feet In width. As depth
was attained the character of the oro
has gradually Impioved! until now the
prospect Is one of the 'best In tills sec
tion. 'At the bottom nf the shaft the
ledge I a even three feet wide, with con
siderable' nzurltc through It. Hunches
fif sulphide ore, similar to that assayed,
aie now encountered through the ore
body. So well pleased are the mpn who
are sinking the shnft by contract, they
have ordered Mock in the company at
40 cents per share. They say the ore
they have been taking from the shaft
Is Identical wllh the United Verde ore,
Last week the company paid out $1000
In oash to contractors, and let new
contracts 'to the amount of $2250. Joe
Pella has a contract for linking the
shaft, and took a contract to drive the
fourth 100 feet on a tunnel he has been
working on for three month. Ilyron
fown?ond was given a contract for
running a now tunnol 200 feet.
The Verde King group Is situated
Fouth of the United Ve'de, and be
tween! that greoi't pioducer and the
Venture Hill, 'joining both jwop&rtloij
The gionp ooiifhts of twenty claims.'
The group will be pa-tented this year.
NEW Q0LD FIELD J0UND
locations Mr.de on Willow Creek
Four .Miles From Prcscott.
Indication are that Prescott will
have a mlnlnir boom right under her
nose, If a recent strike made just west
of ..own proves lo le iermnnent, says
the Journal Miner. For a great many
years Willow creek and Us tributary
gulches have been spasmodically work
ed for placer gold, anVJ pom,; very rich
parches of gold bearing gravel have
been found. A number of quite g6od
sized nuggets have also been found.
While a great many have predicted
'that some day a good quartz ledge
would! be found1, l.her has been little
systematic prospecting ir.nda for (he
for the discovery of It. A few days ago
v ledge was discovered, nld to be over
100 feet 'wide and- samples of It gave an
assay value of $250 per ton In gold and
sliver, and yesterday morning George
II. Schuerman, Geo. Iletilj'. Thos. Hou
lihan, Jack Shirks, James Turnb'ull and
P. G. Plummer locnlttO four claims on It
and sent mf'n out today 'o prospedt It.
The new find Is not more than four
miles from Prescott and If it proves to
be as big as surface Indications prom
ise, It will not be long until we see a
booming camp there.
The wnv mlnlntr mnclilnprv la lmlnr-
hnuled Into the district Just south of:
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rincoui is u -fury jjoou inuex ot tne
activity In the mining Industry,
says the Courier. A 43 horse power
boiler and a hoist for the Cash mine,
near Prcscott, were loaded on wagons
yesterday The boiler weighs COCO
rounliU. A boiler of similar size and
Cardui a woman can do any reasonable work and enjoy good health. The
health that Wine of Cardui brings makes a woman vigorous In body and mind.
Freed from those terrible devastating pains a woman grows well and strong
naturally. Wine of Cardui regulates the disordered menstruation and cures
leucorrhoea, falling of the womb and periodical pains in the head and bick
caused by standing or sitting a long time in the same position. Thedford's
Black-Draught puts the bowels, stomach, liver, kidneys and blood in proper
shape. Greatly Increased strength and endurance is the natural result Most
cases are cured quickly. All druggists sell $1.00 bottles of Wine of Cardui
and 25 cent packages of Thedford's Black-Draught.
For tdflot anil literature, addrtti, rlvlnc ijmptom, "Tit I-d)n' Advliary
Dejarunast," The Chattsnoois Metliclne. Company, Chattanooga, Tana.
power nml hoist fie at the depot to be
hauled out to Pick! ell's camp.
O. 13. Sower?, a mining man. of Phoe
nix, lo piospectlng .over Yavapai dis
tricts, nnd sneaks well for the future.
This gentleman recently sold' his Inter
csts In tha White Tanks copper claims,
35 northwest frp-m the capital tlty. The
clalmc 3ie waj Interested In are adja
cent to the Printers' Syndicate copper
properties. Plans aie being formed to
open up this section this1 fall and win
der, and a camp of great Importance Is
likely to be the result. Courier.
James Phlrley, lh.- hustling mining
man, left this morning for Jerome,
from where he will go past for a cou
ple of months. Jfr. Irlry U engaged
In promoting the rale of some very
large mining piopsnies at present.
Geo. Wood was In town today nndi
had pome samples of ore from 'the Mid
night Test mine which were full of na
tive silver. The shaft In the mine,
which wai70 feet deep when Mr. Wood
took hold of It, U now down to a depth
of 210 feet, and 'the quantity of ore,
as well as the value of It, continue io
grow 'better with depth. Journal
Miner. John Bryant Informs Ihe Journal
Miner !ihat he has opened up a fine
body of ore on one or his -mines In
Thlicnb Butte dUtrlrt, about five or six
miles southwest of Prercott. Ho Is only
down about to ft. but has a gooil
quantity of ore that runs up nearly
to ihe $100 mark, lie Intends Ito begin
development woik on vn adjoining
claim at once-
A'. Kellogg enme In yesterday from
the Boston (late Pstc O'Dea) camp, !."
miles fiom Tucson, in the Catallna
mountains. The Boston company hns
quite a number of men at work devel
oping and blocking .7ut'nre 'bodies. A
40 foot body of high grade copper ore
has lal.ely been encountered, nnd the
entire working are showing up satis
CA.TARRII CANNOT BE CURCD
with LOCAL. APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reach (he spat tit the disease.
Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional
disease, and In order to cure It you
must tnke internal remedies. Hall's
Catanh Cure Is taken Internally, nnd
acta directly tin the blood and mucous
surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cur Is not a
quack medicine. It was prescribed by
one of, the best physicians in this coun
tr yfor years, and Is a regular prerip.
tlon. It Is composed of the best tonics
known, combined with the best blood
purifiers, actln gdlrcctly on the mu
cous surfaces. The perfect combina
tion of the two Ingredients Is what
produces such vonderful results in
curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials
T. J. CIinNDY & CO.. props.,
'Sold by druggists, price "i"c.
Hall's Tamlly Pills are the best.
FROZE TO DEATH ON JUDY 4.
WI.ntlsofj'OiiUNoJTrvan AVhr.oslde, a
butcher of 'Wnlkrrrvllle, djlil last right
as the result of being loekedi tip In Ills
huse refrigerator, with the tehpetul.ure
several degrees below zeo.
Whl'-ee-Me entered the meat hnu?e1ate
Thursday night, after the employees
hnd left the store. He closed the door,
'forgetting the catch spring, and' In a
moment found hlmaelf a prisoner, with
bx.'c rcant clothing on. and several tons
of ice paeked around him. Although he
beat at the door with "hands and feet
and cried aloud for help, the thick wralb
effectually shut o ffevery sound.
Two hours liter, passerstr finding
th cotore I'Ighf.ed i'p nnd no one within
sight, entered, nndi after a short search
found the unfortunate man, almost
diad from the terrible cold to -which he
had. been, eubjec'.ed. EVc- thing possi
ble was done for him, but the shock was
too f-avere ,nnd death relieved him of
Woodstown, N. J. In the extreme
heat of the r'ai'i few days some kind
hearted person notlce-J tha? the fish nnd
turtles in the public fourrtaln seemed to
suffer from thj fierce sun. To relieve
lie poor creatures the kindly one fas
tened an umbrella over 'the water and
swlmmsrs-at ones sought "fts" shade,
seeming very, grntaful indeed.
Pays tt bright Topoka old soak: "The
supreme court has declared the Irriga
tion law valid, but alas! It applies to
A Strong Woman
Iowa City, Iowa, Aug. IS, 1000
My wife was sick for three years. We tried
everything without relief and spent much
money. My wife tried Wlno ot Cardui and four
bottles cured her. Bho took two more bottles,
knowing she would have to work bard during
the hay harvest. Bho attended to all her house
hold dutios and loaded and unloaded all the
bay. This medicino gave "her strength. For
merly sho was weak and tired and could hardly
git about, but since she has been taking Wlno
of Cardui sho feels better and stronger than
when 20 years of age. JOB. A. EISBNHAFEIL
Mrs. Eisenhaftr had tried everything during
her three years sickness And had spent consid
erable money. She was weak and could hardly
jet about for three years before she took
Now, alter taking the Wine of Card ;l, she can
work with her husband in the hay field. That
Is hard work, but It Is 'not as injurious to a
woman's health as labor in stores, factories and
offices where thousands of girls are closely con.
fined vear after vear. With the aid of Wine of
Yon who once poMexcd tturily phyt.
iquet and ttady nerref, but now have
lnmffideiit physical (ore to properly
attend to ordinary dutle; you who
slightest exertion; you vr hoi are dull,
languid and old In spirits at an age
wheu you should be full of physical lire;
you who may (eel that your life is not
worth the struggle there isa scientific
means of redeeming all the precious
powers which seem to be entirely lost.
Have cured thousands such as you,
Don't experiment with your health or
money. We will take the risk. If six
boxes do not cure you, your money is
returned. Kor years we have been
curing men on these satisfactory terms.
$1.00 per box, 0 for S-IOO mailed In
plain package. Hook free. Address
teal MKD1CINB Co . Cleveland, Ohio.
FOR SALE BY -ELVEY & HULETT
I PAGE FROM THE PAST H
When lovely woman stoops to folly,
And finds, too late, that men betray,
What art can sooth hermelancholy,
What spell can chai'mi'her grief away?
The lines are ringing In my ears to
night as they often so very often do,
and the refrain causes me to turn and1
reread a page of my life that belongs
to an old volume. The saddest of all,
yet so maddening sweet that I needs
must remember It and grieve until the
day comes that srumbles all memories
Ten years ago. It ?eems a long time
yet Its weary dajs "in passing have
not taught me to forget, and tonight
the howl of the storm bears It al back
to me as though It were yesterday.
I, Hector Mallet, artist, hajl l)cen
quietly lustlcutlng in the little village
of L that summer, sketching the
beautiful woodland scenes and enjoy
ing the life tha llowed as peacefully
aj the little stream near my studio.
An old frame building once used as a
boat house had been fitted up for me,
and this I had fllleo with treasures
enough from ipy city home to make it
a luxurious den.
My meals were obtalnedi at a farm
house not for away, and here I met
pome quaint .novel characters. Queer,
homely rustics, with lough exteriors,
but hearts honest and true. Mothers
whose lives had been patient sacrifices.
Daughters nnd sons whose hearts were
set on the far-away world that lay be
y6nd the encircling hills. Their am
bition pining for reient-e when content
should hava bten. with them ever.
And here or the quaint, old-fashioned
porch I met the woman who now rises'
tip in Judg'.Tent against me. What
would I not give to describe her as
she was the embodiment of all that I
beautiful In womanhooJi Tall and
queenly she wni. Gentle and patient,
quick to lespond to a kindness, a pure
I need not dwell on the details ot our
acquaintanceship. It Is an old story,
eft repeated; we were together often,
and I exerclwd over her a fascination,
and, heedless of consequences, drifted
on. Long hours we spent In gatheilng
wild flowers. Moonlight nights we
Heated In my boat on the lakt-and
One evening we were standing to
gether on a little knoll looking at one
of the grandest sunsets I have ever
w Itnesed. The sky was aglow with
orange nnd purple, and as the red disc
sank lower behlnJi the far-away hills
the quiet lakes mirrored bsautlfu',
tints. When the colors had faded wc
remained silent, spellbound, until the
moon only served to give us light.
"Was It not beautiful?" fihe said at
length. "Do you know. Hector, I
should like such a sunset to close my
last day on earth. Perhaps this 13
Her tone was ay sad, It Inspired me
with such a strange dread, that I
caught her hand and crushed it In
mine, saying almost fiercely, "You are
too young to thlnkof death life must
bilng you many more siich sunsets ere
the final twilight comes."
"Yes, I am young, but life Is long.
Too long, with this pain here," and
she withdraw her hand from mine and
pressed It hard against her heart.
"You are In love?" I whispered.
"No," she said, steadily, her eyes
looking Into mine ,and her lips twitch
ing, "It Is not love at least not true
An Inspiration the devil's own mes
sengercame to me-, and I asked quick
ly, with my lips close to hers: "For
whom, Helen? For -me?"
With a cry like that of a wounded
animal she sank at my feet and sobbed,
"Yes, yes; but pity me!"
For a bilef Instance I saw the mental
picture- of a dainty, sweet face with
wistful, waiting eyes. ' 1 heard the
noise of the city. It was gone and only
the evil spirit remained.
"Are you listening?" I said, bending
down. "Yes," almost an inaudible re
ply. "You will come tonight?"
She sprang to her feet and' struck me
fu 1 In the face. I staggered back as
she bounded away, and pressed my
hand to my stinging cheek. A few
steps away she stopped, and through
the darkness I heard the words,
dreamily spoken, "Yes; tonight."
A few drops of rain fell as I was
closing ny shutters, and the wind was
blowing strong from the east. I lit
the lamp, put on my slippers and tried
to read. The book was insipid. My
pipe went out; ncthing remlaned but to
wait. The storm was on now the
flashes of lightning shone- through a
crevice In the shutter, and the thunder
ro!Ied.and muttfereru overhead. In the
lull a distant clock struck eleven. I
counted the mournful stroke? an!
Jumped to my feet with a nervous cry
as the door tuddenly opened. It was
The clock -as ti Iking three, when
she departed. "Farewell," she said
softly, and there were tears in her eyes.
She prefsed her lips against mine,
and twining her arms around-imy neck,
klsssd me again nh'3 again. Then she
released herself and was gone. I
stood' at the door until her footsteps
died away, until the blacknes3 of night
had faded Into the gray of dawn until
the,sun ros? and flooded the scene with
s'li'afwaBafcj'',?"--." i 'Fvrmmsw's-'iwi' sps
light. Qteally gaalne Into spaccuntl!,
a1crackling of the,' pushes aroused me
and I saw the farmer ,wlth whom Helen
stayed coming toward me. "Mornln',"
he said hastily. "Hev you seen, any
thing of Helen? She- Wandered away'
last night and hain't come- back ylt."
"Not back yetl" I said to myself; and
then, aloud, "No I liavn't seen her.
I'll go with you."
Out In the morning sunlight, liaUe,
coatless stumbling along over the
dump ground with only thin slippers as
a coveting for my ifeet. Through the
woods to th? lake. We found) he r'thfre
near the boat stretched on pie
ground, her head under water, cold atad
dead'. Her pale .lifeless lips under" t$ie
water's surface seemed to4 whlspir
"Parjewe'l," and I heard the words that
now ring through my life:
"The only thing her grief to cover,
To hlis her shame from every eye,
To glv repentance to her lover.
And wring his bosom, Is to die."
The sun might Fhlne and glisten on
the blue, peaceful lake that rippled to
my feet; the air might be fragrant
and filled with the woodland sounds we
loved so well. But my heart was cold
and drear broken. How could I heed
the sunlight while she lay there! She
who might have been so happy! She
whom I loved as I can never love again.
It is a page from the past that Is
written In blackness, and one that
memory reads with replnlngs anJ vain
The. l'ato IHsWap of Qxfarii wai not a
man too much wrapped ijp In diry afuU
les U be able to turn a joke. Th fp
towCng lather mcrdarvt pl5Tait carfts
from his pen nt -the UtjiC wti-i Klngw
ley (had resigned his profescotjp of
history at Cambridge, -with, "fBtnp da
jiaragSnc? remarks on 't,hst Btu4y. fpd
FiVjud had eaid In his fejwprJ'iC odilyesa
at St. 'Andrews I.Si'at hlStiajry- hud' ee
corrupted by the cflergyr
"WhYle FiVxudQ instruct Uid Bullish,
That partJAna never telt 'the truth,
The Iteveren'J Gipom KJngfley crje
Thai, history's a puck qf lies.
Those' strange- results 'wrji sjiall coty
blne, On plain reflection solves tlva m)-)e-ry
That Fxioudi thlnfc Klppiey a illylne,
And Klngsley goes to Froude for hisT
.ory."" " ' '
What briglilt things -we) say In, re-paf-tew
In conversatftms we iriiugln'.
OIcDEIt TO SHOW OAU8H WHY Olt
DEIt OF SALb OF URAL ESSTATE
SHOULD NOT BE MADE.
In the Probate Court of the County'of
iMarlcopa, Tenltory of Arizona.
In the Mat'ter of the Estate of Joseph
ine Elvey, Deceased.
It appearing to this Court, by the
petition this day presented and filed by
Thomas K. Elvey, administrator of the
estate of Josephine Elvey, deceased,
tha't It Is nece?ary to sell the whole or
some portion of (.he real estate of said
decedent to pay the debts of Ud de
cedent and the expensed and charges
It is therefore ordered by this Court:
That all persons interested in khe es
tate 6f said deceased appear before the
paid Proba'te Court on Monday, the 20
day of August, A. D. 1901. at the hour
of 10 o'clock a. m. of raid day, at the
court room of said Court, at thii court
house in the city of Phoenix, Maricopa
county, Territory of Arizona, to show
cause why an order should not be
granted to said Thomas K. Elvey, ad
ministrator, i".o sell sonuch of the said
real estate as ehall be necessary and-
that a copy of thij trder be published
four successive weeks In The Arizona
Republican, a newspaper printed and
published in the safj County of Mari
copa. Da'ted July 2G, 1901.
J. II. DANGSTON.
Jihige of the Probate Court.
First publication July 27.
MINUTES OF THE MEETINGS OF
THE TERRITORIAL DOARD OF
EQUALIZATION, Commencing June
3rd, 1901, and enJlng June 15th 1901.
Office of the Territorial Board of
Equalization, Phpenix, Arizona,
June 3. 1901.
In accordance with Paragraph No.
2649. See, 23, Chapter 3, Revised Stat
utes of Arizona, 1SS7, the Territorial
Board of Equalization met this day.
at Its office in Phoenix, Arizona, at 10
o'clock a. m. '
Present: G. W. Vlckers, Chairman
and member from the Third District;"
M. P. Freeman, member from the First
District; Michael Ohl, member from
the SecondDIstrict; R. JJ. Fredericks,
member from the Fourth District.
All members being present?and hav
ing duly qualified according to law,
the meeting was called to order by
G. W. Vlckers, Chairman. .
On motion, duly seconded, itarvey J.
Lee was unanimously elected Secretary
of the Board.
The Chairman presented assessment
returns from the- following:
Southern Pacific Railroad Company.
New Mexico & Arizona Railroad
Arizona & South Eastern Railroad
Morencl Southern Railway Company.
Arizona & New Mexico Railway,
Santa Fe Pacific Railroad Company.
Maricopa & Phoenix & Salt River
Valley Railroad Company.
Southwestern Railroad of Arizona.
The Pullman Company.
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chambers, after which ndjounrnment
was taken until 2 o'clock p. m.
lTpon reconvening, the Hoard listened
p an explanation by Co. William
jlerrlng regarding asssssmftit teturns
of the Arizona & South Eastern Rail
road, the Southwestern iiallroad of
Arizona, and the Morencl Southern
Hallway, .for which roads he is the at
torney. Inference was particularly
muuc o the mileage lately constructed
by the Souih-.vstern Hailroad or Arl
reona, and the Morenci ouuiiicm K?II-
Mr. Michael Scanlan, Chairman of
t(ie Board of Supervisors of Mohave
pounty, accompanied by Mr. Kean St.
Oharles, also of Mohave County,- ap
peared before the Hoard In reference
tp the assessment of the Santa Fe
J'acin.? Railroad in Mohave County.
Their arguments were carefully noted
iy the Hoard for further consideration.
Mr. Kean St. Charles filed With the
Hoard an objection to the exemption
(if the Arizona & Utah Southern Mal'-
fpad of Mohave County, on the grounds
hnb the said road, had forfeited fta
rght to tax exemption by reason ot not
paving constmctevl' the mileage re
quired by law during the past year.
On motion duly carried, the matter
yas referred to the Attorney General
of the Territory for an opinion.
On motion the Hoard adjourned until
10 o'clock, a. m., Juno 4th, 1901.
GEQ. W. VICICEItS,
HAP.VKY J. LEE, Chairman.
Office of the Territorial Board of
Equalization, Phoenix, Arizona,
June 4, 1901.
The Boaid met at 10 o'clock, a. m.
Present: All members and the Secre
tary. The minutes of the meeting of June
3 were rend and approved.
The Chairman presented returns
from the following:
Central Arizona Railroad.
Saginaw Southern Railroad.
After some discussion of the various
assessment returns the Board, on mo
tion, adjourned until 2 o'clock, p. m.
- Upon reconvening at 2 o'clock, the
Board granted a hearing to Messrs).
Scanlan and St. Charles of Mohave
County, who presented further Inform
ation regarding the Santa Fe Pacific
Railroad assessment In Mohave County.
Frank Cox, attorney for the Southefn
Pacific Railroad, appeared before the
Board In relation to the assessment of
that railroad. The matter was taken
under advisement by the Board until
tomorrow, June 5.
On motion, duly seconded and car
ried, the annual assessrrent return of
the Central Ailzona Railroad was ac
cepted as returned, and the assessment
of the said railroad for the current
year, 1901, was declared to be as fol
lows, to-wit: ' . ,
' Name of Company.
The Central Arizona Hallway Company.
Description of Property.
Eleven miles of main t-aefc. In Coco
nino County, Arizona Territory, run
ning In a southerly direction from
Flagstaff tb Clnrkevs Valley. ' ,
One mile side track.
45 Jogging cars.
Five camp cars.
Tiyo hand carg. t " ' t
Ijot Of, hovel8,tplcks, bars, wrenches,
eto,.rtor. "fcrack .'wo'ffirJ s! .
. Total valuation, $18,000.00.
The total length of the main traclv of
the , said' Central vArizOna Railway
Company In' the Territory tj"f 'Arizona is
11 miles, and. the assessed value per
mile of the. same ni fixed" by a pro rata
distribution per mile of the assessed
value dt the whole property of said
company in the Territory Ts $1,363.64.
The following resolution wan' intro
duced and' unanimously adopted:
Whereas, From a reading, of a com
munication from Mr. Charles Hlbben,
Clerk ot tlje- Board 6f Supervisor's' of
Coconino bounty, It appearing that the
SaglnaV Southern. Ralfroaa Company
Is claimed' tq have 18 "mlles of track
Instead of six mile as returned.
Therefore, Be it Resolved fVrhat the
Hsuessmentvreturn of'trfe satdSaglnaw
Southern Railroad Company be, chang
ed as. 'follows, to-wlt? " f'
18 miles of trackV)rCocpnlno;County,
Arizona. ' ." " ".
One second hand locomotive.
One locomotive. "n
39 logging cars.
and thai the assessment of the said
Saginaw Southern Railroad Company
for the current year, 1901, Is 'declared to
be so fixed, and the Clerk of thls'Board
is hereby directed to-forward to the
said Saginaw Southern Railroad Com
pany a copy ortnis resolution.
The total length of track uf the said
Saginaw Southern Railroad Company
in the Territory of Arizona Is 18 miles,
and 'the assessed value per mile of the
-nme ftxpd by n pro rata distribution
per ralle of the assessed value of the
whole property of said company In the
Territory. is $833,33.
At 5 o'cTockJ'p. m the Board, on mo
tion ndjbtnnedxto tret aUlO olejock.
a. m., June 5 1901. .-
G. W. VIpKE0S.
HARVEY J, LEE. Chairman.
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