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WEEKLY JOURNAL. MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1912.
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COMPLYIH I LAW
Duffy Says They Must Observe
Requirements of Statutes Before
They do Business in State.
(From Saturdav'n Dally.)
pup. , the present week in the
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rjfr riN.ulinR statutes to do Imsi-
He UM that a foreign company
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i(;clcs against the Kuth Golil
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were voi.l I t'0 ft,rc'K" co'tany
rll it , " ,,,,e co,y'y hail no
ngnt to sue or be M,cj lm,irr .i..
Ma.u.es a, ordered U VmSa,.''10
this ri,vClark an''. Hal"h Tascher of
is city appeared as attorneys for
Hie defendant company, which was
"0rS verdict. Judge Duffy
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1? , hc. IIrc Krook of
Mohave being disdiialifint
Ktnouncin nun a rni
WAKKANT FOR EXHIBIT.
NOTABLE CAREER COMES
TO END WITH DEATH.
(From Thitfvy- i,liy,
.?:Gov?or R, S Powers, form
trl a resident of Prcscott, has pass
cd away, advices bcinK received from
Los Angeles yesterday that he drop
ped dead at Hrawley, near that city
on Sum ay. while apparently in the
nest of health.
The deceased until about ten years
ago. followed miniiiK in this field,
ami was the owner of many mines
as well was hc an engineer of splen
did capability He bore the distinc
tion in civil war days of being a
lieutenant of "Opdykc's Timers" one
of the fighting regiments that attain
ed fame in the union service. After
The county treasurer probably will
tucd by the Willcox board of
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The nzona dry farming exhibit
n in i v iiri7i' :i i run iiiTPrniiinnni
i siaic recciveti imicn vniuanie nd-
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To Sue Countv Treasurer. all businch ilcaliuKs. lie was
Ih expected that the county IT"j,,, lirS.Selr'from
isu rr win nr iirri inr fii ntTimini ii. f.: ts i
: .micuikhii univrrmy in iwji, anu uic
Impropriation ana this will : toljowmK year entered the union
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the cIoc f the war In- Inr.n.M
'sus's!,lJi, where he purchased a
-,tK) acre plantation. In the recon
struction days lie entered political
life, and was elected as a Repuhlicai.
lieutenant-Kovernor of that state
Later he succeeded to the governor
ship by the election of the governor
as Tnited States senator. Notwith
standing the rancor of that faraway
day. ami the antipathy borne toward
a northerner. Governor Powers won
the alfection and esteem of the peo
ple in an administration that reflect
cd his Christian snirit and which
was without the faintest tine of scc-
c maK.uK appropriations lor ma y ENP N TONG WAR
Jniy purposes tn hp turd out nf ' in.x.M li.i rn
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objection. I believe that Arizona against YiIiik CIiuiik, t.ccuscil of rob-
mrl t Hich valuable advertising biiiK and assauhitiK a countryman,
'1... exhibit ami the whole " ' '; of. '''. iicrior
.... . court all t( vesterilnv. for the ccond
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w.,,..h in v. ,av an,i iironues to lie lar reacn-
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(From Thuriday'i Dally.)
From the North.
Patsy llollihan. the business man
'( Ash I'ork, was a visitor to the
.Miss E. E. Smith, of Ash Fork,
wih friendf " ,tW ,layS vWl,n
From the Range.
J. V. Sullivan is in the city from
the bcliKinnn country, where he lias
range interests, en route to William
To the Coast.
Mrs. u h. Mcany, left yesterday for
a two weeks visit with relatives and
friends in Los Angeles.
Mrs. E. V Stephens returned to
J'crKiison Valley yesterday after a
few days' visit with friends in the
n'V ,l,LH"cM of Mr- D- H. Hilcs.
Bush ess Trip.
II. A. SevcriiiL'h
of the Arizona Orange Company, is
in the city from Phoenix, making
observations of fruit lands in this
Virgil Hrookinii and L. Robertson.
miners of the Commercial camp in
Copncr Uasin, and John J. Hatnmcl,
of Turkey Creek, were in the eitv
yesterday on a business and pleasure
Special Musical Service.
: special musical service will be
given at St. Luke's Enisconal Church
on next Sunday evening. The music
will consist of solos and choruses.
and a good program is under preparation.
Miners tn City.
Joe Garrett and Charles Thtirbcr,
miners of the Hassayatupa country,
were in the city yesterday 011 busi
ness matters and report some prop
erties developing and production
heavier than at any time in the past
W. H. Denny, located at the fam
ous old Fort Kock ranch in the
northwestern corner of this county,
is in the city for a few days on busi
ness and pleasure. He is engaged
in live stock raising and gives a good
report of that industry.
C. I, and C. D. Cother. of Nebras
ka, are in the city to investigate
range cnnditoiis. and arc desirous of
making purchases to engage in the
cattle business. They will remain
for several days to make cxamtua
tions of various localities.
I.. L. Peters, of Jacksonville, Illi
nois, is a recent arrival in the city,
and leaves for the Verde Valley to
day to make observations, with the
view of locating and engaging in
agricultural pursuits. He will be
joined by his wife and family later.
t 1.; a r. .
iuoitiiiK wicr interests.
Levi Young, one of the lamest
oheep growers in the State, arrived
from Phoenix yesterday and is en
route to .Mingus mountain, his head
quarters, to look after his large in
terests. lie is pleased over the out
look of the sheep business, and states
that mutton as a food is coming into
heavy demand since beef lias soar
cd to the highest nricc ever record
ed. Mr. Young is a fremicut visitor
to this city, and bears the distinction
of being one of the largest individual
taxpayers on live stock in thu state.
Arrivals from Ash Fork yesterday
stated that work trains are beginning
to arrive at that point, preliminary
to placing several hundred laborers
at work in double track grading for
the banta re. It is expected that
dirt will begin to fly next week, for
a distance of over eight miles west
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i ui immigration, lor which uumiKTing over i. i nc in.u kuo
0 aiiiin.ill.. ;u -n.....t -...i fi...i.i nli end imlav. but it is not believed
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m be allowed we will still be "Vl I.MoTh? intere"!
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several Wllllt llivil mi umi . . .
ins witnesses on incidental matters
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WORK BEING RUSHED. I are very bitter ami murmurs m a
I toiiL' war being the outcoino arc
(Prom Thursday Dally)
"anticipation of an early winter, :a,n'',n
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"iwi Liuiiiuycii, w.i inc ic-
i mane by Deputy Sheriff Ihir-
Jhe gap between Seligman
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from Seligman cast toward
''ork twelve miles of the grade
'fcn finished, and steel will
weather apnroaches it is a
problem to hold in line the
"n laborer, hence the activity
noticeable. Deputy Burnell
' "ports railroad towns as pass-
ihrough an era of prosperity that
never before in evidence, and
rV class of business is being ma
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freely indulged in, in fact one Chin
is .sin! to nave expressed a
determination to settle the matter
out of the courts atter the cae is
DEATH LIST GROWS.
M'-WU'OI.IS, Nov. 14. Xo
,( Indies were found today in
ri"k of the Cincinnati, Hnmil-
,Jytoti nassentrer train which
took fifteen lives and in-
i evrnlecn others. With two
JP,lfl')- the injured arc all doing
- wross, inc irciglit nraKc
rritrrateil bis denial of blame
""""K the wreck. Hp said he
."I'ter the influciicc of an ancs-
' pain from a broken leg
"ay n.i,,.,, i,
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'ft the switch open.
A native bom Chinese boy is the
interpreter. He speaks English int
ently. Reports arc in circulation
to the effect that he feels somewhat
alarmed over his safety, although he
is fulfilling a duty that is without
prejudice to either ide.
The trial attracts a large number
of spectators. The Chinaman alleg
ed to have been robbed and assau t
ed conducted the restaurant in the
rear of the N'ew State Liquor house,
and stated he was the only person
in the room when he was attacked
and brutally beaten and relieved of
over $35 in.casJi;
MINES TO HAVEase Qp
(From Friday'" Daily.)
The final chapter in the affairs
of the ..Id Redman Mining and Mill
ing Company was brought to," clow
yesterday, when the sheriff s deed
,o the property pacd over - to
Cvras R. S hipnian, of New York
ci y who acrinircd abM.lute title to
e Ha'lgi-r, and Argosy
nines with all the appurtenance
"re '... This transaction U the
e-runner of operation henw ;
; S Sy. term
Range Showing Good.
Ed. Rittcr, foreman of the Arizona
Cattle Company, arrived from Hill
side yesterday and states the recent
rains have started grass to growing
and a favorable winter was anticipat
ed. Cattle arc in tine condition, and
larger sales have been made this fall
than known in many years.
Accepts Mine Situation.
Thomas .Marmont, one of the best
known miners of the county, left
yesterday for the Empire-Arizona
Copper mines, near Parker, where
he will be mine foreman, This prop
erty is under the management of C.
V. Mitchell, and enjoys a splendid
name from the large and rich copper
ore bodies exposed.
Among the eastern passengers that
passed through the city Tuesday af
ternoon for the coast, was Fred G.
Ludlow, after whose uncle, Ludlow,
on the Santa Fc railroad was named
many years ago. He will be remem
bered as a contractor on the old At
lantic & Pacific road, and in the
early SO's was a frequent visitor to
this city. His foreman at that time
was the late Robert Brow. ( and of
whose death he learned of while here.
Mr. Ludlow will visit Prcscott later
while returning to Passaic, N J.
From the Farm.
James Davis and ion are in the
city from their Ferguson valley dry
farm, on business.
Capital City Visitor.
Mrs. E. M. Stroud of Phocniv is
in the city visitin.' with friend" mid
relatives and is a guest of the St.
The Prcscott . High school foot
ball team leaves tonight for Phoenix
where a game will be played tomor
row with the high school of that
Back to Range.
M. C. Cavness returned yesterday
from Phoenix and left later in the
day for his headquarters .at the
llttnit Ranch to look after hio range
Mr. Mary AviHa,. who .lias been
the guest of her daughter. Mrs. W.
h, Slavin, for the past five weeks,
returned to her home at Cordelia,
Returns to Range.
Floyd Allen returned to the Rio
Verde cattle range yesterday after
a week s visit with relatives and
friends in the city to resume his
duties in the saddle.
From the North.
Ii. F. ( Coiicgnhain, mining engi
neer, arrived in the city yesterday
from .Missoula, Montana, to make
examinations in this field and is
topping at the St. Michael.
II. J. Rogers, interested in the cat
tle business in the Camp Wood
country, was in the city yesterday,
and gives a favorable report of the
winter outiooK in that section.
, All persons interested in the char
itable work of the city arc asked
to meet with the members of the
Associated Charities tonight in Prof.
Baker's office, Washington School,
at 7 o clock.
Mrs. E. Lamb, mother of C. E.
Lamb, the locomotive engineer of
the S. F. P. ft V. railway, returned
to aciigman, .Missouri, yesterday
after an enjoyable two months' visit
to the city.
Visiting Old Home.
John Krahcnhuhl, formerly a resi
dent of the city, arrived yesterday
from the Tom Reed mines in Mo
have county, en route to Globe on
business. He will remain for a few
days tn visit with friends.
.Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Wells return
ed yesterday front an outing of sev
eral weeks on the coast, and left
later in the day for the Camp Wood
country, where the former is engag
ed in farming and livestock raising.
Mrs. II. Vallct. and her chat mini?
daughter, Martha, were brief visi
tors to the city yesterday, coming
on business and to renew associat
ions. They will be pleasantly re
membered as formerly in charge of
thc Hotel Congress. They arc now
residing in Phoenix.
Mine Operator Here.
George L. Coleman in charge of
the Alvarado mines in Fools Gulch,
and one of the owners, is in the city
on a business trip, to remain for a
few days. He is well known as a
practical inmcr, and is among the
pioneer residents, having operated
formerly at different points in this
Frank R. Stewart returned to
Phoenix yesterday after supervising
the final gathering of thc crop of
the Fair Oaks orchard, in which
he and II. M. Mans are interested
Exporting begins next week, and
the demands coming in for the ap
ple he states extend as far cast
as New York state.
Former Resident Dead.
Advices from Los Angeles arc to
the effect that George Pooler pass
ed away in that city on November
11. Xo particulars were given of
the cause of death. The deceased
was a brother of Frank Pooler, for
est ranger, and resided in the Brad
shaw mountains for several mouths.
He was aged 29 years.
Dr. Riley Sltrutn, of Jerome, has
sold to Warren G. Davis and Wil
liam A. Frazicr. of Mayer, a strip of
land in the latter city, with all the
improvements for a nominal sum,
the deed being filed for record yes
terday. The property was former
ly used as a hospital, and is equip
ped with medical supplies and other
with the field in which the old and
famous Pcck mine is situated, ar
rived from bis camp yesterday, and
Mated that development continues
on the Peck Extension claim, which
adjoins on the south the original
location, lie is running a tunnel
into the mountain to tap the rich
ore shooi of early davs on the moth
er lode, and states the work pro
gresses satisfactorily. He has been
prospecting sincle handed for sev
eral month, and will continue in
definitely. If fortune favors his ef
forts he will uncover one of bonan
za rating. The operations of Mr.
I'oltz are attended with considerable
comment in mining circles, and he is
commended for his' persistency of
effort to solve a very interesting
mineral problem. He is here after
supplies for the winter and returns
to ins camp today.
(From Saturday ' Daily)
Mrs. William Lawler returned yes
terday to the Hillside miniug camp
in Eureka district, after a few days
visit with friends in the city.
John F. Schtitt. watchman at the
Cash mine, near Senator, was in the
city yesterday enjoying a visit with
his many friends.
Mrs. W. T. Sawyer, wife of the
mining man of Rccs. was an nrriv.it
In the city yesterday to visit with f
menus tor a lew days.
From the Mines.
Ed Foltz, foreman of the White
Cloud mines, in the Wickenburg
section, was an arrival in the city
yestcruay on business.
From the Mines.
John Carr, the well known miner
of the Bradshaws, is in 4 the city
from Crown King visiting with
friends for n few days.
J. J. Hoskcy, interested in mines
in the Congress section, anil S. L.
Ferguson, an investor of Los Ange
les, were in the city yesterday on
business pertaining to their inter
ests. Federal Business.
C. F. Dttttoti, inspector of the
postal service, was an arrival from
tne soutn yesterday, and will remain Preliminary to active mine work
.s?- ,lays ,M. .,I,1S " the old workings arc being unwat-
official business pertaining to his de- Crcd, and three weeks will be rcqtiir-
oarttnent. , ,i mitt l tin 1vf1c Tiu 1in t.
located near McCabe, and is equip
ped with machinery and with ac
commodations for several miners.
Operations arr to begin on a large
line of deep development.
George Flaimncr, merchant and
miner of McCabe. arrived yesterday,
and states that the old time camp
is assuming considerable interest
again from the activitv prevailing at
several camps. He has finished lead
ing on the McCabe, treating a
bach of over fifty tons at the mill of
John S. Jones, which gave good re
turn. Appreciate Favors.
R. N. Fredericks, president of the
Prcscott National Bank, is in re
ceipt of letters from General Mur
ray, commanding the western divis
ion of the army, at San Francisco,
General Schuyler, 'department com
mander, and Colonel A. O. Brodic.
each acknowledging favors extended
recently, and for which they desire
to be remembered to Prcscott
friends. Colonel Ilrodic and wife
with their interesting son, "Sandy",
will come to Prcscott in the very
near future, to remain indefinitely.
They state that the longer they are
away from the scenes of other days,
all the more do they yearn to re
turn, colonel iirodie is now the
chief officer of the adititant cencr-
al's department of the western divis
ion with headquarter in San Fran
cisco, and is Hearing the goal for re
tirement. He is interested in mines
in this section, and is a Hassayampcr
froni the ground up.
HAYNES MINES TO
BE FULLY EXPLOITED
(From Thursday 's Dally)
Thomas E. Campbell manager of
the llayucs Copper Company, has
returned to the city from Jc.-otnc,
and makes the important announce
ment that operations have been re
sumed on that property and on a
During his trip East last August
arrangements were concluded for am
ple finances to be expended for pro
secuting deep development and this
will be carried out vigorously in the
From the Range.
Ben Harmon, of Camp Wood,
with the I.. L. Harmon range In
terests, was an arrival in the city
lined is to sink the main shaft that
has reached a depth of 700 feet to
a point about 1,200 feet, after which
cross-cutting begins to the north and
yesterday and gives the usual report !West faults. It is estimated that four
oi i.ii came ami icciiiug good tor
this time of the year.
At the Old Home.
John Moscr. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Adolf Moscr, returned yesterday
from Denver, with his little baby,
the mother passing away recently.
He will remain for a few days and
is en route to San Diego.
H. R. Aylworth, son of Mrs. C.
S. McCrccdy, after a visit with rela
tives and friends at his former home
returned to Hurley, N. M.. yester
day, where he has secured a situa
tion a electrician with a mining
Leaves for South.
Philip II. Sherman leaves early
next week for the Quijotoa country
in Puna county, where he will re
teen mouths will be required to
carry out this development and the
intention is to pass through the
leached zone determined in former
operations, greater depth being ne
cessary to give former definite re
sults. Mr. Campbell views the fu
ture of the H.vncs as decidedly en
couraging tinder the plan manifest
ed to explore to great depth, as
well is it gratifying , to the many
stockholders residing in Arizona and
the west to learn that the property
is to be explored sufficiently that
absolute determinations may be con
cluded. The Haynes face a decidedly at
tractive future and the work will be
carried otit earnestly and practically
on the lines specified, Mr. Campbell
also states that the policy ot the
main until warm weather. He lias ; ,nni-.npin U t t.n
placer interests. 11 c will be joined ! little publicity in the future ncrtain-
The manv friends in the city of
Mrs. W. L. Fox, recently operated
on at Los Angeles for a serious af
fliction, will be pleased to learn that
she is rapidly recovering, and her
restoration to health is assured. Her
husband and daughter, Mrs. H. T.
Southworth. remain at her side but
all arc expected to return to Prcs
cott inside of the next two weeks.
Looklno at Range,
at Casa Grande by George Lcwcllyn
Fred Hoagland returned yester
day front the Music mountain sec
tion of Mohave county, and is en
route to the Castle Creek country
for the winter to perform assess-
! nieiit work on his two claims, that
carry gold values.
Recovering From Injuries.
Robert Bcdwcll. who bad the mis-
ing to the development of the prop
erty. Behind the llayucs arc men
of wide prominence in mining and
financial circles of the country, a
guarantee that the work will be car
ried out as outlined.
YAVAPAI METALS TO
BE DEVELOPED AT ONCE
(iFfom Thursday 'a Daily.)
fortune to break his leg over a Henry Barschat, who will be the
month ago while out hunting in the general manager of the Yavapai Mct
Congrcss country, arrived in thc'als Mining Company, arrived front
city yesterday to remain indefinitely , Los Angeles yesterday and assumes
to visit with his mother. He is re- charge immediately,
covering, but still meanders with a This property was recently purv
crutch. ' chased by Dr. F. S. Law, A. C-
,7 . f .i ,.! ru" ncugca v-mzcn. .icnoias ami otner capitalists oi sail'
li'ii Hit r t on is m the cil from William G, Parkinson, recently ad-1 Diego, and a large line of cxploita
e Hillside country, where lie nas ,nitu., to citizenship, was in the city I tion has been decided upon with im
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umci nay i in ii ins uiiiii in ti iiii.mi-
been inspecting range conditions
preparatory to starting the drive
of his sheep to winter quarters. He
states feed is better than at this
time last year, and every indication
is favorable for a good winter. He
will begin moving his flocks from
the Ash Fork country early next
Finish Their Duties.
O. C. and Oliver Odcll, profes
sional fruit packers of Los Angeles
with Fred Eschcr and William Park
inson, reached the city yesterday
from Fair Oaks, all concluding their
duties for the season. About 10,000
boxes of apples arc stored ready for
shipment, which is the biggcs
showing ever made by this orchard,
The Odcll Brothers state that for
quality the Mans & Stewart product
is without question the finest they
have ever seen, and has never been
equalled in the manv years, they
have been identified with the nidus
try at different points in the west.
The yield for the current year was
the banner one ever known from
Closing Cattle Deal. .
Peter LaTourcttc, accompanied by
iiU niioniev. Euucnc Brady O Ncill,
arrived front Phoenix yesterday to
close the deal with oranvine ram
and Arthur Heath on a cattle trans
action that runs close to $M),00U.
Mr. LaTourcttc i retiring from the
rattle business, and will reside in
Phoenix hereafter. The property af
fected in this big sale is situated in
the eaMcrn part of the county on
the lower Verde river.
Remains Taken Home.
Oscar Yundt, brother of Paul
Yttndt, whose death occurred on
Wednesday from the kick of a
mule, arrived from Mulberry, mm
ana. yesterday morning and left last
.,;..!, with ihe rema tis for Lafay
ette, Indiana, the old home, where
itl tnke Dlactf. 1 lie
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body was prepared for shipment l'
II, M. Maus fc wo. j ihiuiuci .i
the friends of the deceaied escorted
iiir. lu.dv to the depot.
Al Foltz, for many years uichiiiicu
son Valley, and filed his certificate
for record, making the trip for that
especial purpose. He reports that
country as prosperous In all lines of
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Wombacher,
and their guest, Miss Rose Allen,
were visitors with friends in the city
yesterday, from Cherry Creek, and
arc at the Prcscott hotel. Mr. Wom
bacher is engaged in mining and re
ports the district as active at sev
Leaves for Winter.
II. G. Smith, a summer sojourner,
left yesterday for Wickenburg for
thc winter. He returns in ( the
spring, and contemplates building n
bungalow in the pines to the west
of the city, when he will be joined
by his sister and brother of Fort
Looking at Well.
J, W. Sullivan, one of the heavy
stockholders of the Verde Valley
Oil Company, is making a trip of
inspection of his interests near Camp
Verde wtih other associates. He
states that drilling will be continu
ed to great depth, and he is opti
mistic over the outlook.
The Mexican found on the S. F.
P. & P. railroad south of Ash Fork
a few days ago, was buried at 'that
point. The bodv was o frightfully
decomposed that identification was
impossible. N'o wounds were found,
and the belief it that lie passed away
from a malignant affliction.
Mrs. J. N'. Marlowe, ari cMimable
pioneer woman resident of the coun
ty, is in the city for a few day
from Williamson valley, en route
to Buckeye for the winter to visit
with her brother. George Bncflcv.
She is the guest of Mr. and Mr
Joseph H. Drew.
Return From Camp.
W. II. Andrew, general manager
of the Redman Development Com
pany, returned yesterday from nn in
spection trip, preparatory to starling
up development. This properly ia
proved machinery to be placed on
the ground immediately. Mr. Bark--schat
will leave for the camp east
of, and near Humboldt, to perfect
arrangements to begin active devel
opment as soon as the machinery ar
rives. The property has attained
prominent rating in recent months
from the large and rich copper ore
The field in which these mines are
situated was unknown in mineral pos
sibilities until the discovery was
made by R. B. Slajilland. Geo. B.
McGarvcy, and "W, H. Hatch, who
retire from the company under the
negotiations recently concluded.
liom Wednesday's Dally.)
The sheriff's deed to C. II. Morse
for the mines of the Gold-Copper
Consolidated Company, was filed for
record yesterday. The consideration
was $11,788.02, judgment for that
sum being given at a recent term of
the Superior Court against the com
pany. The property is situated in
Walker district, and was operated
many years ago by the purchnicr,
then the mannger. The sale is said
to be preliminary to rosuining opcr
ations in the near future,
and other equipment is
(From KrlrtHjr a ny
Charles A. Sinner returned ye
terday from F.I Pao and Phoenix,
after an extended absence, and will
become interested in a limine
house of thin city. He prefers Pre
eott lo any plac in the southwest.
Ho was accorded a welcome from
many friends. Mrs. Snover accom
panied him from the smith anil
continued her loiirnry to Detroit.
.Micoigiiii. m vim wiwi relatives hut
ii. in vim