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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MI NEB WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1008
BIG CHIEFS GET
Few Old Timers Have
Remained Away From
REI'UHLXCAN AND DEMOCRATIC
PARTIES NAME COUNTY
TICKETS TODAY FOR
O'rnm Katuritny's Dally)
With the sounding of pnrly Nwsins
this morniat!, wtfhnns KrpuliliiMtn awl
DeiiHicriitie will rally in their respect
ive bail'mlrks nml jifk the lenders
who will Iwail the opposing political
hosts in the rmnlng Ynvnpiil campaign.
Not before in many years has there
been tht kts'ii interest manifested in
lmth parties in a county rampaign an
nan sprung up during the Iniit few
The arrival of every new delegation
from outer districts nf tho county has
added new est to tho party council
that in n semi sub na fashion have
for -everal days heen making the court
hotiiio fupinro an busy a a bnum town.
..Mysterious were the meeting that
got together on short notice last night
scores of times, this in !pite of the
fact that everything in today's con
ventions had outwardly given the tip
penriince of In'ing cut nml dried, foil
setpiontly one or the other or liotli of
the meeting today mny spring n few
political surprise: that wilt he thunder
chip to the inner olnct.
With n irale blowing that rang the
cmirtboufte hell mid dismantled two
:rio, SaiidniArkn iu fiuot of tin- old
Taylor home, the mulwiirt represen
tatives nf bota political parties arrived
here yesterday to nominate cmididtitei
for the county eleotiou today.
Iicturetpie among the old timers
who arrived iu the afternoon was Tom
Carter of Walnut Orovc, who ha been
u lending Republican in this county
many years. James Hnssell, a taunch
Uepulilicaii, who has heen identiflcii
with the history of Yavapai county
thirty-live years, is also here to assist
in nominating a winning tickot.
W. Ci. Winglield, who has held tne
Kcpuhlicnii lianncr aloft since the early
settlement of the Venle valley, is also
in the city to take an active part in
the proceeding today, as well ns his
relative, It. W. Wingfleld o'f Cherry
Creek. The Wingflclds, and there are
tt number of them, are all accused of
lieing on the tnx roll of Ynvapnl coun
ty Immediately after they reach man's
Among the pioneer Democrats here
are Judge A. .1. Mcl'liee of Iltimldc
Hoe, A. A. Monro nf Walnut drove,
.lesMi Kolieson of Mayer and Harry
Minimi) of Dewey, .ludgo McPheo'n
voice uas heen heard in every Demo
cratic convention since the party was
organized. This is also true of A. A.
Moore, who was prominently mention
ed last night as chairman of tho tin
terrified convention today. Harry Min
use has attended every county Demo
cratic convention in this city since
1882, a well as a number of territor
ial powwows of tho party. Harry is
a strong supporter of Johnny Morritt
for sheriff as aro also the great ma
jority of tho representatives from the
eastern part of tho county, whom Mer
rltt'K homo was twenty year.
Prominent among tho younger Dem
ocrats is John Foley of Asa Fork, a
candidate for tho nomination nf sher
iff, who has been a deputy sheriff and
constable in his precinct thirteen years.
'Thirteen years is a long timo for
a deputy sheriff to live in Ash Fork,"
said an idd timer who assisted in the
construction of th Atlantic, and Pa'
"A man of U'oloy's caliber is worthy
f anything in the gift of the people
of the country."
Foley nas gone against all classes of
lawbreakers in his career as an ollicer.
He has had many hairbreadth es
OUT OF DOOR WORKERS
Hen who cannol stop , .
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iw w j jw. fH M
una me greatest MVvfA
comlorl and Ireedoi
of bodily movement
(i irurpotno tiii-rotoa
viiiviiLnj w tfviiti i
Every garment bearing , j,
the Jkjnof the fish' M
guorqpleed waterproof J v.
a i lOwl il crt noun um
nuv aw )rsrr 1 1
wipe-, always coming out winner.
Juhii Morritt and William N'cagle
br.tvi',1 the brec.H yusterday in lining
ti, Heir ciiiistliients. It was a fore-
delusion Inst night that N'eagb)
!e tin notniiiee of the convention
t . , lav. Merntt's supporters nre legion
.nt the b aders of the DemocrHcy ml
nit that he uill be counted out in the
iMMiM'ntii.n when the Vote for sneriir is
P. S. Wren, representing the Con
tellation preinrt, was seen at u late
hour liiittotiholing another representa
tive nf a rural precinct, lie tilled al
most every ulllce in the gift of the pen
pie of Te.xa except senator and after
a lesnli'iirt' of many years here desire
the lieiiiocrntH of Vavapai county to
pot Die nomination of supervior in hi
(Itsirge Mnhard of Placerita, who
cannot stay away from a Democratic
convention, especially when there is a
good right in sight, is also nere. Inci
dentally he brought in the outer cov
ering of three wild cat, wlrtch he ne
gotiated with Clerk Peter of tho boarl
Leading the McCnbe delegation is
L. A. Murphy, who has represented
many precincts iu Yavapai county in
county conventions the last twenty
five years, hew is always thorn with
the good wnen it come to a territori
M. .1. Knright, who can always Ik
found delving into the bowels of the
earth between political conventions, 1
here representing HIack Hills. Kn
right is among the leading mine su
perintendent of tho county. He
kmiHs mining better than Itryan
Hubert Krwiu of (ilced is here to
take part iu a Democratic pow-wow
the first lime. Krwin was disfran
chised in Mohave county when the Lat
imer strip was annexed to this county.
.1. I). Lay and .lame Cage of Oak
Creek are here to tske part iu die Ite
nMit':iii deliberations of today. Itotli
are confident that they will assist in
nomiuutlng a winning ticket.
S. I. Hall and 1. (iallagher of Mr
tl5 .in- ubii hi u- ms confident ti T'av
and 'I'm go that the Democrat will win
every ofllee in the courthouoe this fall.
John A. Twiggs of Maxton, Dill Com
er of Walker, Matt .Sullivan of Co
lumbia, C. .1. Kimball, Frank A. Town
send of Crown King, A. K. I.illie of
Harrington, and Dennis Forrest of
Chaparral are under the same delusion.
"t'ncle" ,less(i ltohcHnti of Mayer
wilt iu all probability lie placed in
nomination for supervisor in tho Dem
ocratic convention. He had a strong
loiiowiug at tlie Democratic caucus
Joe McCoy, W. II. Spencer and Ches
ter Dickerson of Asm Fork are hero to
pres. the claims of John Foley for the
shrievallty nomination. They wore
busy Inst night lining up the Foley
Judge W. T. Hakcr of Jerome Junc
tion will place Merritt in nomination
for shoriir. The judgo assisted in
framing the laws of Oregon before hn
came to Arizona,, when it was still in
fested by tho bloodthirsty Apaches. He
is a Democrat from soda to hock and
his coutiM'l in conventions is always
sought by the younger clement. Asso
ciated witnh Jm is F. M. Veston repre
senting Jerome Junction precinct.
Weston is always recognized by the
Democrats as a "true blue" when it
comes to doing politics.
Another Democratic enthusiiist is W.
A. Long of Massicks. He forsook the
newspaper business several years ago
to engage in mining. He "skinned"
mi ambitious young enthusiast last
week in his precinct, allowing thnt ho
has the confidence of his community.
Reanos Thompson of tho Vordo val
ley was seen circulating among tho
faithful lust night. Ho will bo placed
in nomination for tho ollicc of super
visor with thirteen other losers todoy.
Miko Ilradley of Jerome is also a
camlidato for supervisor. Ho is among
tho leading merchants of Jerome and
has a good politcnl rcord as council
man of his town. W. M. Henman of
Jerome heads the delegation from his
precinct. In all probability ho will bo
the teimporary chairman of tho conven
tion, provided he has moro supporter
than A. A. Moore of Walnut Drove,
who has presided over more Democrat
ic conventions than anyone In tho
county. I,. It. St. James is also horn
from tun Copper City. Ho is ono of
the Democrats of early days who novor
shirks mixing things when it comes to
li. A. Wlllard of the Verde valley,
another of the Democratic warhorsos,
is also hero counseling tho younger
eleintn of his party. I.lko a number
of otiiers he believes that tho entire
Democratic tickot will bo oloctcd this
fall, including Mark Smith.
K. S. Dreed drifted in yesteday from
hiu camp in the Mount Union section,
lie agreed with tho gang that, ho
would accept the nomination for tho
asiembly on tho Democratic tickot.
Hrced was ono of the loading politici
an in Wisconsin n quurtor of u cen
tury. His ambition is to bo elected u
member of the constitutional enliven
tion that will draft the constitution of
tho new stnle of Arizona which is ier
tain to follow the election of Itatp i
Cameron a delegate to emigres
Md Oeming is in the city to repn
sent I'ceples vnlley in the Demorrnti.
convention. Ho is tho, n of Charle
(pitting, the locator of the first ipiurU
mine north of the (lila river. The lie
tiling are among the respected pioneer
families of tlie territory. .
A I Vroom wa seen late last night
"dusting" around among his const it
uents. lie is one of the thirteen whose
name will be mentioned iu tho Detti
oernlle convention today for supervis
or. Al lias always made good since ms
arrival from Missouri a ipiarter of a
Another respectiil pioneer who will
get a complimentary vote for super
visor is John II. Mile. When he ar
rived in I'rescott with his father, Jo
soph Mile, thi enterprising municipal
ity was a settlement of fourteen
shacks. He lias a Htrong following
among the obi itmer.
F.d Sheibley dropped otr the train
from Ash Fork last nignt to reprexent
his precinct iu the Republican conven
tion today. He is confident of the
election of the entire Hopublican tick
et. Mark Ilradley, the industrious mid
conservative superintendent of the
F.xpross mine near Poland is also here
to assist in nominating a winning tick
et. Mark is ono of Yavapai's county N
mine superintendents, who always as
sists the Republican party to victory.
Dan ltobiusou is here from Jerome
to counsel with the younger element of
the Republican party in nominating a
winning ticket. Robinson knows the
game of politics from A to V. and i
always found giving careful consider
atioti to the ambitious ones of his
The Republican convention 'will be
called to order at 10 o'clock this morn
itig by T. K. Campbell, ciialrmau of
the e. unity central committee. John
II. Robinson, chairman of the county
Democratic control committee, will
perform a similar act tor tlie Demo
cratic delegate at the same hour iu
the Mk' opera house.
BOY KILLED IN SAW MILL.
John Bishop Mcota Tcrrtblo Death at
(from Saturday's Dully)
.loll n llishop was caught in a shaft
in ii sawmill and accidentally killed in
a wood camp at Holmes, a station on
the Santa Fe, five miles cast of Ash
Fork, at an early hour yesterday. His
overalls caught on a set screw in the
main shnft of a saw mill, whiling hfm
uround the shaft until every bone iu
his body was broken before the en
gine could be stopped.
Justice of the 3'eace Smit.i of Ash
Fork wns notified. Ho left for the
scene of tho accident on tho first train
and impanelled a corouer's jury, which
returned u verdict of accidental death.
Hlshop wan aged seventeen years
and a native of Austria. He worked
in the Harvey houe at Ash Fork for
several months before accepting the
position in J. C. Wnssem'n wood map,
where he met his death. He leaves no
relatives In this se-tioii to mourn hi
ELY CAMP nOUHES IN
OUTPUT OF COPPER
CMPrOX, Oct. l. -ln August the
now My camp figured in tho production
of copper for tho first tlmi v.it;i nn
output of 1,371,'J.IO pound.
The Old Dominion output for August
was .V00,000 pouuds, nn Inurcnso ot
L'l-t.OOO pounds over tho sair.o month
of last yar.
J. T. Alexander, who is working a
copper prospect a short diat.inca below
Morenci, was In Clifton thi 'at tor part
of laftt weok. His homo is In Knnsa"s
and ho has been interested In thin dls
trlct for Home time, hnvlnir recently
arrived to do n considorablo amount of
development work. At a depth of.four
teen foot ho has encountered n vein of
ore from which ussnys hnvo boeu taken
tnat will average better than 8 por
cent copper. Work dono so far has
brought most encouraging ronults ami
Mr. Aloxunder Is confident that ho hns
Tho Xow York-Arizona Cold and
Copper Company, which is ono of tho
most nctlvo now companies in the Mo
renci district, is now getting In shape
to make a big showing. Now ofllcers
have recently been elected, and they
have put new life into tho enterprise.
They are: A. L. Work, president; R, 13.
Mooro and J, F. Cleavoland, vlco presi
dents; C. K, Tyler, secrotary nnd troas
uror; John Moldor, nianngor; Jnmes
Wester, superintendent and chemist.
Rocont now strikes in the Llllinn tun
nel nt a depth of over 200 feet glvo
tho company sumo vnlualilo rosuorcos.
Tho grade of tho ore romalns excellent
as tho tunnel advances und tho man
agement U of the opinion that tho
ijuestlon of ore supply is urneticnllv
Long Ignored Property
Will Net Good Sum
PRECIOUS METALS CORPORATION
SHOWS DECIDED DESIRE
TO OBTAIN YAVAPAI
HpTlnl to tin- Journal-Miner.
XHW YORK, Oct. ti. It wa loaru
ed today that tlie Morse syndicate
which lias olleied to raise tho bid of
fllir.,000 for the property of the Con
solidated Arizona Smelting Company
will not secure it without nctlvo com
petition from the Precious Metals
Corporation. Tnis will probably result
in the property being sold nt a price
several times above what J. Kearney
Rice, the trustee iu bankruptcy, orig
inally ex; ted to receive for it.
The Precious Metals Corporation is
a iM.iKiO.oim corporation, with its New
York ollice at ill Wall Street. Its
president i Chalmers Dale, Jr.
During the past six mouths his com
pany ha been increasing its holdings
by acipiiritig various properties, but it
ha no smelting facilities at present
and i-oiild uc tho Consolidated plant
to good advantage.
In addition to making an oll'er for
the whole property, the Precious Mot
als Corporation ha made a second
proKitioii to buy half the smelting
company, tne other half to be taken
by large financial interest in New
The creditor of the smelting com
puny will benefit, no matter which bid
der gets the pioperty.
Tlie Precious Metal Corporation
1'nvn out this statement today: "The
Precious Metal Corporation and John
R. Allen of IU Wall'Street, New York,
have made an olfer to the receivers of
the Consolidated Arizona Smelting
Company or tlie purchase of all the
smelting company's properties and
mining claims. The Consolidated Ari
zona is the $10,000,000 smelting con
cern, located In. Humboldt, Arizona,
whlen went Into receivership in No
vember, fOO", with obligations over
$1,000,000. The failure was due, main
ly, to the severe decline of nil metal
price. Tho Hank of North America,
at the time of its fnilure, held a quan
tity of Consolidated Arizona paper as
collateral for loans. Chas. W. Morso
was also heavily interested as a stock
"The Precious Metals Corporation
for the last six montliH has been ac
quiring various properties, but it has
had no smelting facilities, and tho pur
chase would be a valunble acquisition.
"In addition to an offer to buy the
whole property, Mr. Allen and tin
Precious Metals Corporation hnve
made u second proposition to buy half
ot the smelting company, tho other
half to bo taken by largo financial in
terests in Xew York."
HUMBOLDT SMELTER CAU8E
Or FURTHER UTIOATION
(From Friday's Dally)
Court Commissioner Mooro lato Wed
nesday ovening granted a temporary
Injunction restraining tho Arizonn
Hmoltlug Company tho Consolidated
Arizona Smelting Company, J. Kear
ney Rico, trustee In bankruptcy of
thoso corporations, and tholr ofllcers
and employes from removing any bul
lion, ores, concentrates or slags from
tho Humboldt smeltor. Tho injunction
wns granted on tho petition of Muller,
Schnll & Company, of Now York, rep
resented by Attorney Loroy Anderson.
Tho petition for tho Injunction wns
fllod when tho plnintifr company was
notified by J. Kearnoy Rico, trustee
for tho bankrupt smelting companies,
that ho intendod to take possession of
nnd ship it carload of copper bullion
stored nt Humboldt. Trustee Rico lays
claim thnt ownership of tho copper
rests In his bankrupt corporations.
This is disputed by tho plalntifT firm.
Tho carload of copper bullion is valuod
Th0 plnintlir'i petition saysj "That
prior to Its adjudication as a bankrupt,
tho Arizona Smelting Company hnd
boeu doing u general smelting business
at Humboldt, Arizona, and roceivod
aid held tho nbovo proport yas bailee,
merely for tho purpose of smelting,
waiving any lien for smelting charges
and admitting lu writing thnt It hud
no title to said property. Whon ores
In tho course of business wore deliver
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dersignod, owuer of tbe Nelman group
of claims, and located about 30 rail
west of Hillside and adjoining the pt
ented claims of Lawler k Wells, U
the Enroka mining district. Yavapii
county, Ariz., will not be rcspooslbU
ror debts of any kind contracted for
labor and Improvements on aaid prop-
rlv wl. II. I t- I 1 , v u.
"v ueiug woraeu unuii
By H. J. Gnash, nttorney-in-fsot.
'Nnti.ln lm li 1 . 1 . -1 ..n
dersignod owners of tho mines knowt
ns tho I.iito, Compromise, ninck Mow,
"""1 vjuiu huh', juwn, jviame, uiyu--pia,
Vesuvius, Burnriiio, Center and
Oregon, nnd tho improvements, ms
cnlnory, and tools located thereon, all
at and near Richlnbar. YaBpal County
Ariiona, will not be responsible foi
v.. v. ...v -.uu, cwiirncrai ror lanor
iinnlina nr Imn.n... .1..
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orty or any of it, whllo it Is bolnf
wnrkAfl nn.lAv n .. . . 1 . . 1
... vunnaci ami joase, nnu
that said property Is now boing workeJ
under such contract and lenso granted
to O. W. Mitchell. Dated this 1st dst
of March, 1007.
KTUCKY 8T AND ARD MININd
By Hunter M. Meriwether Pres.
BIOHINBAK MINM COMPANY,
By Huater M. Mesiwetker, Prec
First publicatloa, Marsh 20. 1W7.