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ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNALMlNER.
Established, March 9, 1864. The Pioneer Paper of Arizona.
PRESCOTT. ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY, MAY 14. 9Q2.
Thirty-Ninth Year. Single Copies, Five Cents.
J. D. WALTER,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
SJ.ce corner of Pleasant ami larleton utrecti.
EVERETT E. ELL1NWOOD,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Koem 26, 21 and 28. Bunk of Arizona Building
A. B. riADER
Civil and Mining Engineer.
J. S. Deputy JUneral Surveyor for
Surreys of claims for patent . and purveys of
cane workings a spe.ia.ty.
Otftca Room 5 Prescott National Bank Bldg.
Telephone. (Independent. 149.
Attorney -at -Law rescott, Arizona
OfBoe In tbe Otis l uildmg. East side of plaxa
R. E TIORRISON.
Attorney and Counselor at
OSIcea, rooms 38. :, 40, Bank of Arizona WaV
tnr.Onrley St.. Prerct.it. Arizona.
COLLINS ALTM AN,
Attorneys and Counselors -at -Law.
Prompt attention given to Diismess "f '
kiaite. Will practice in all courts Office in
the Head block, over the nostofnee, Prescott.
H. E. ARMITAOE,
M A. I. M. K.
."lining and Mechanical Engineer.
Sillies examined ami reported on. Estimate.
given on Milling and Kwdmaion :oika.
Poet OHIce lvx z- Presco't . Ariiotir
4. B. OIRAMD,
Member of West, rn Society Engineers.
Civii and .lining Engineer,
13. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor,
Office in Prescott National Bank Building.
AztUn Lodge No. L F. & A. N.
Kegiilar meet .net- of Ibis lMt?' at Mawnu
Hall,8 p. m. on the last Ftilay of mt
month. Sojourning brethrn an- fraternali
Invited to attei.d.
A.I. BARNH ART, W. M
Jiorris GoMwa er. Secretary.
Examining Committee, R- N- Frederick.
A. A. Johns. Morn Goldwater.
Prescott Chapter No. 2, K. A. M.
rilated communication tne first Stturday. .l
mmcv month at 7 o'clock p. m. Visit inn aosa
anions cordiallT invited to attend.
A. P. BARNH ART, U. P.
Morris Goldwater. Secretary.
Examining CVimmittef. Morri- Goldwater,
K. K, Fredericks. A. A. Johns.
iTMhoe ComraanderT No. 2, K. T.
stated cxnrlavt-flrt Fritlp.y ..f eiirh niontt
I:Lpfim Sir KnighU contiollV invited.
P. a JOHNS, K B.
R. X. Froderict?. Recorder.
am para Rri.t cuAentk s. 1, mcd it,
masonic Ha.l on the fir! rksmta) In eacL
MRS. JENNIK SMITH. " ,.rt!.v Mi
HARIRET D. OLIVER. -
Prescott IMge No. 1, KNIGHTS OF rYli AS
Reirular meetnie of this imlitv: c. en
-v 8p in at K of P null. s,.jurnft.c K::it'- -ood
rtandinn are ii.r(lin':.v ;:n : . ,,.
E. C. AVKRYT. C. C.
W.J. CRAFT. K. of R. anas
IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN.
ZCNl TRIBE Xo.f.. PrwoM, Arizima. la-i;
-alar oooncil? of this iribt- n- M."..t!H- llatl it
th ThtKl S-t of Eaci- s..v... -ua.. 7th Bim.
aath Breath . Visiting 1 f in fooi Man-ling
;E0. Bl'KCH. s,.i.;ul. i
T. L. H ARRIS. Chic' .' H r ,r,i
A. (i. U.
Preacotl Ixtftc B. 14. AX 1ES1 DRPER
OF rXITED WOSCMEK. at i. arcond ami
fonrth 8at'irliyvcnin si , ''t-'tMk i:i I.o.O.F.
Hail. X'isiting br,-:;-.r :. sii
. fraternallv invite.
' P. J. FARLEY. k,-,.T .
B. I'. 0. ELKS.
rescoTt Lode V
Fiof .11 li moi'ifi. vi iz i.r.-Th. T
re cordially inv. i
A. J. HERN D
Arizona LaigE Ik I. L Hl 0. f.
K-4fulr meetitii: of thii linltv even WTs li -ereniaa
aI-CMJ- Fi.Mr UilV. 'SnMntaK
l 'ft hr'-.i f i !i- or.;- r in good stHUdinp rr
1illy iuril-! i' .. ittwi
F. T. ITIfAKT, tl a
K. K. BR.-: I IX
U ed Modems.
Vrereit Lodrv No VSi. tnH?ts evorv ilm.sdav J
niht ats p. m.. in dl F-:.onV lm.1 Viv-iinL
nembo 1 1- .11 g'Md standing fordially invirrl t 1
ED KIKIIL. F)!.am-K - i K-t-,.r.i. r .
E. E. BURLINGAME & Co
EatblUbod in Colorado, 166. .Sample? by mail
or exprear receive prompt and careful atlntiou
Gold and Silver Bullion
WOUm. or "ar lAmi Lets
w rite for TiTm.
6-1 1738 Lawt
8trwt. DFSVER. f"OI.
Reliable : Assay s!
iolI So I GoM anl Siln I TS
Lead Gold, Silvrr. Qaypsf 1.30
"Sami'lef by mail rwrivr jTomt-r atintion
aGold and Silver retiri, d Hiid batafht,
OQDEN Assay Company
Office of fh-Treasurer of Yavureii Comity.
Notice it hereby jriven thiit I sliiill pay. on
presentation, county road warrants thai
were presented on or before January' '
1816. to Xo. 19. Interest ceases from this
date. i . 1 Stonn,
County Treasurei. Yavapai County. Ariz 1
Dated Prescott. Ariz. April T. HCL'.
Prescott Supply House
A. M. CAVELL. Prop.
We Deal in New and Second
North of Postoflice
We promptly obtain l
S. and Koreiirn
' Send model, sketch or pheuj of ii.vtr.t: a tor r
' freereport on pau nubility. For free book, r
patentability, r or tree
' How to Seciire'
' Intents and
Money to L
For Building or on Improved City
Propertv. Low Rats New Davton
Plan. Interest Decreases as JOB pay.
State Mutual Building aad Loan Ass't'o,
Of Lew Angelea. Calit
IAIT1NDELL ft BORNE AfCiti Prescott
These words are to be heard from ever- tongue. My !
What you have missed if you have not tried this coffee,
which makes necter fit for the gods.
We ask for but one trial in order to get your trade on
this wonderful product.
Chase & Sanborn have their own coffee plantations and
thereby insure the most perfect blend.
One trial order will convince you that Chase & San
: bora's Seal Brand coffee has no equal.
R. H. Burmister & Sons Co.
Finest Line of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in Town.
bvon V chop bvood
j them all rapidly, easily, Cl
,ieces, without mashing.
SA M IT L
H. 15. WOOD.
EXAMINATION OF MINES.
Pencils, Tablets, and everything necessary to fit
Or.t Little Folks for Schcxil at Right Prices for Cash.
Stationery, Fornishisig Goods i
Hats, Caps, Shoes, Etc., Etc.
orr 5 gold a athk R.
Announce that they will be Open for Business May 1.
Real Estate Loans, Deposits. Insurance. Financial Agents,
Surety and Court Bonds Furnished. Register and Transfer Agents,
Loans Made on Commission, Reuts Collected, Care-Takers
of Escrow Papers. All business entrusted to us will receive
Careful and Prompt Attention. Telephone Xo. 127.
LEAD IN THE DAYLIGHT!!!
We also have a lull line of supplies. Mail orders promptly filled
ARIZONA'S LEADING JEWELERS,
SAM LEE'S RESTAURANT
Cor. Montezuma and Goodwin Streets.
First-Class Heal 25c Ard Upwards
We Serve all the Delacicies the Harket Affords
at AM Hours, Dav and Night.
We have opened our new Soda
Fountain and are now doing
business. O tr Fountain is in
charge of an expert Soda Man
dnd when you drink at our
pLitc it will always tatsc like
ice Cream Soda and Egg Drinks will
be Our Specialty. Try One.
but Sargent's Gem Food Chopper will
chop raw meat, cooked meat, vege
tables of all kinds, fruit, crackers,
bread, eggs, cheese, nuts, figs and
other foods, and
It bvill chop
e or fine
M. O. Bt'liNs
DILLON & CO.,
W. C. BRANDON,
Sec. and Cashier.
WE SELL THEM!!!!
llinor I mo e, r- rnr n-oanr I-w
juuur. Linu ur int. m uabl CA
TENSION CO. BRINGS AN EX
CURSION PARTY FROM
Arizoua mines will hereafter be a 1 other pictures taken, in illustrating
A Cincinnati High School Student Sent familiar topic of discussion in the the story of the trip.
Cincinnati high schools for Judge The party, after the formal wel
Out Under the Auspices of the Cin- Ling promised the Cincinnati lioard come and presentation was taken in
i f , ! i. vi t ii m lh;'t ilt tCitill.l cpnii Iwirri'iiHu ,wl drifon i,t lliu Ins-n
cinnati Post, the Gusst of Honor.
Through the splendid efforts of
Judge Been NL Ling there an today
twenty-two pa aona viewing tbe won -
ders and scenic grandeur of the Grand
can you and in who.-e minds there
have been iorn new ii!e;is of Arizona.
Arizona courtesy and hospitality has
been extended to them in unbounded
measure. They have seen wonders
of nature aad bee able to 1 1 II mini
iu part the vast mineral wealth of the
The party of excursionists spent
Saturday on the properties of the
McCalie Extension Mining aud Mill
ing company at IfcCabe, of which
Judge Ling is president. The excur
sion was probably the most siimptu-
ously conducted in the history of
Arizona mining ! hf.
, , f i.i
party was composed of residents of
Chicago, Cincinnati. Cleveland, Ohio,
and Covington aud Lexington, Ken
tucky, aud their comforts were not
only looked to with the finest consid
eration, but almost their every desire
anticipated by their host. Judge
Ling, a representative Arizonau.
The jiarty traveled from Chicago
iu the private car Actiuni, which was
in charge of A. A. Weiss, the Cin iu
nati ageut of tne Santa Fe route. No
point of interest to the tootiata was
neglected. The ureal soatliwest m
!'. !JUK REESE M. LIXG,
Yemideut of tbe McCabe Extei aioa Mining and Milling Company.
shown to them in ail its uatural
beauty aud they, atamgan to Mother
Xature iu her lest oapod, were eu
thralletl. There thev aiepl md made
merry. Their every want was sup
plied and the inn-r man. and woman
too. for there were a ciuartet of the
the nsrtv w ir su-
1 1 , part , wen sup
gentler sex iu
plied with alio! the delicacies of Inith
food and drink kbal a skiilful chef
and a geiierou- poeketbook ootid
supply. Altogeth'T no more enjoy
able or lietter conducted trip could
have been carried out.
An especially interestiuj; feature of
the trip was tin
party of Oaimee
presence m tin1;
t inn. a Ciuciuuati
Judfje Ling while formtdattug his
plans for the excursion, eoueeivitl the
1 . ... .....
uUnfaa-hmlLiv.- i. Hi, id. a
was taken up and carrie 1 out bv the them on account of the al-
Cincinuati Post, me of tbe most en-! nce of Mr. Bretherton. was not in
terprising paiwrs in the irreat state ; 1 :'! U ion. I he run to Prescott as then
Ohio, aud throuxh its columus a con- "'d?. the special train arriving here
test was opened in which every I" JOo'doek. It was met at the
school bov inCiucim. iu might enter. P JJ, "fej" H- SmSm
To the one km wrote the beet - a- p. Bdlmghurst of the Pres-
m Ariama waa offered the reward oflcott public schools, members 0 the
the trip with all oi his expenses paid.
The value of the project a aa educa
tioual one was appreciated by tin
board of education and minor bond
of high Bchooui iu Cincinnati, and
leave of absence araa granted in a
special sessiou til the liuauls to th"
winning scln l.ir
Superintendent ,'f Public wboOH
Boone was selected aa the j ud ire of
the merit of the n ays and Clarence
Peinn was declared the winner m
more than i() coat eat ants. Never
was a morespirited contest eoiiMiu teii
for a richer reward. The interest
among Cincinnati school bojfl was
intense and the midnight oil was in-
dmbjomly baraed bj taanja lad in
his effort to land tbe rich price of a
4000-mile trip tree.
Xo voting scion of royaltj was er- j
ermore i.ighlv entertailK i 01 mere
carefullv Inatrncte . na ail th poiata
of ntereat earoote than baa been
ri, lY.i;.. !... : ..11 1,.. i,.
seen and ofttimea overawed
sights that met his gaze the
bet n one that will long remain a
emanbad nenorj ai a love of in-
Of Us trip Clarenee .-aid: "1 shall
always euugiatulate myself that I
1 studied Arizona well n- the geograpbj
shows it. for no. v I hat 1 learned it aa
no one can who ha . , teen the
beauties of the te ne 1 am afraid
j that my stories will not be believed. I
, would never have belli I I r.- If had
I not seen. Everj one has been so
I kind ,fat h-id I been ri ling through
I a country where there mere no won
ders to see, j wo ;ld have enjoted I
I r. ;it dkl nut r Blue my giKd In.
tline in winning at first, but now I
will say that I believe I am the lucki-
est boy of Cincinnati' thousands."
The Cincinnati Post, the newspa-
per that so ablv came to the help of
Judge Ling in his plan to give a
schoolboy the finest trip any lad of It!
VM rs ver WOn hv earpflll stilt! V. lent
- ;ts c.uhimng t() the project a;ul H
nearly a quarter of a million readers
of the paper were brought iu close
nun n uu niijtiiia eurieesii.. inu
the uualitv of thought and cons
tion mat tne territory produces ui
her sous, both native "aud adopted,
through the Cincinnati Post a splen -
did collection of ore for each high
The judges promise was met by
alsto1rnl (f PP4"" "d the personal
thanks of the meml)er8 for the Cin-
, c.iuuati gcUooU Rpiedidl.v equipped
j as they are, are without a collection
such as the jii:!gc- promised.
The interest of the Cincinnati Post
in Clarence i'enn and his trip did not
cease at his departure from Cincinna -
ti. for Clarence was accompanied by
Donald Duultar. a traveling staff cor-
respondent of the paper whose orders
were to devote all of his attention to
( lareuce. Both Mr. Dunbar aud
flarn,. nr ,failT dnribino- th.
.h,,;(U .nmn. ,.f up,w
ine private car was attacneoio,
the south iKiuud passenger train ou
at P. &
t by an
1 ri'lav, and was detached
E. Junction, where it was met
engine and puiled to Huron
paiij was joined at P. & E. Junction
by E. It. McDowell, secretary of the
company; Dr. F. L. Schoenle, a news-
patjer man of Cincinnati, who came
... j .1
via the southern route, and the repre
sentatives of two Prescott newspa-
At Huron two stages from Ruff
ner's liverv stable awaited the party
and president Ling, Secretary Mc
Dowel and five of the visitors, includ
ing Clarence Penn, the guest of hou-
or, w :it to the camp in order thai
weat to the camp in order that
the latter might witness the opera-
tion of a mine by electric light.
the others ot the party remained
i da oar and aiw a anmntiiniis
brealdast sened on Saturday morn
ing, w.-re driven up
tr. thM t.iii, :mff
the day was spent in an examination
of the McCabe extension and Gopher
tilings tit iiarlr h.ino aMflawaMfMBaM 1
tbe most of the da v. The electric
drill ;k .-in itliiwt of snecin I interpt
j r - -
to all. and as it was the first experi
eatoe of tbe majority of them in a
mine they were interested in all that
;;- to lie seen, in them, as well as iu
the oierdtion of them. A side trip
taken q tfae McCabe where
tlu tiartv had the tirivileire of seeintr !
for the first time, a mill in operation
x -.u: . j . :
,:: , ' ,n ,l bT., V ,.I"'ae.W ,
t , .,
i al v one of new experiences to them
u... ii i i i
mu one 01 uuauoevi aaagaaaaaav uuu
i n iitviiii.nl
I i n lovmi-nt .
The return drive to Huron was
made after dark and earlv Sundav
luoriuug a special engine waa attacn-
..lue, car anu 11 wa? laKen ,to I
..1 . . -. i - 1 . ..-i. ; . . 1. . . .. r I
al erue smelter, wnicn. uulortun-
,oi,.nl oi.trustee, 01 tne puniic sciio.
aud a large nuinlier of citizens of the
As the party emerged from the car
they were arranged in a group, and
on behalf of the McCabe extension
company. Prof. BtUiayhnat, superin
teiidnit of Prescott public schools
pieseted (. lareuce Penn. a souvei.ir of
the trip, in the shape of a iiamisome
al Ckpaa, his address, brief, but felici-
tons, as follows:
-It becomes my pleasant duty as
aujnriatmdmt of the Prescott city
acboola to waieona you Clarence ,J.
Pem a pupil of the Ci.K-innati
schools, to Arizona aud l'r.-scott.
You han nam a good hegiaaiag n
';'u h;iVe learn,,-il ;"lt wnttm of
n-. and we trust that 111 Your tay
afBOBr J J lM
alreaoy layorable impiv-sion- It is
JW ''" t1"- "".. -,It'-
Caba BtteaMim Gold Mining eon-
panv, oneof the nii i,iospero:r and
i.es , nis country,
to present you an !i this pia. 1 ne
ft .. '..
'1,1 iu t inn 1 1 ... - 1.: u 11, '.it 111,-
mineaof this coetp ami there is
plenty more where - ame from, as
well a- iu all this fast mineral region.
Again we weiooase and greet you.'
rbe pin was of gold inscriled:
"Fieeeated to Clarence J. Penn. of
1 e Cincinnati high school. May 11,
I'.HCj." On the outer rim of the pin
a, is : be name of the company pn
sentingit, Tbe ad ansa of the pin
waa of polished quartz.
wring sUuJaaii on receivinu'
it 00m; lately by -111
1 use, but mail" a faajr renin 1 thank
ing the d. ntr for
expressing his appreciation and
thanks of the hearty welcome ac-
corded him by the representatives of
the Prescott public schools. Had the
partv arrived heie on any other day
except Sunday, it would have been
arranged that the pupils of the Pres-
entt l-liorh a.'liM.l v, mill have, mAt the
tr;ljn iu a l)odv aml ...nded the
glad haud to the representative of,
Cincinnati's High school. I
uicinnati tiign scnooi.
Photograph, -i Humphreys ; took
picture of the group while the pres-
entation was in progress and it will
entation was in progress
be used bv the Cincinnati Post, with
1 and the car was t lien attached to the
; north bound train and started on its
return trip. A side trip was taken !
last evening from Williams to the
j Grand canyon aud the return to Wil-
hams made todav in time to connect
j with the regular castbound train, the
j trip from Williams bei.ig continuous to
I the end of the iournev. The Chi-
i Cauo section of the Dartv will reach
j home on Thursday and those from
1 Cincinnati on Friday,
i The only regret heard from any of
the party was that their stay was not
longer in Arizona, having seen so
mUch to interest them and having
! seen so uianv things differeut from
.u.. ...i .-J . m.,K
- . 1.1.
A feature ot the excursion was an
I immense banner strung along the en
1 immense banner strung along tne en-
j tire length of the car on each side on
, which was printed in large letters
j "Cincinnati BmnhM to McCabe
Extension If. A: If. Co.'s Gold Mines,
McCalie. Arizona. This attractetl
great attention all along the route
and set ieople to talking about Ari
zoua and was the subject of items in
the newspapers published along ",e'
The Journal -Miner is under special ! . D E Thorny juatice of peace, Oc
obligatkms to Donald Dunbar, the tav- . . . - tl
very able ami genial representative of stal Tel Cab,e Co- telegrams,
the Cincinnati Post for courtesies ex-: i ' . . ....
tended and information given of the ?"at? T0 j" T
. .... . -IT m. m Western I TlVi. pwrnrn. Xh.Vz.
1 trip from t incinuati to r, Ai t,. June-
1 trip troni t incinuati 10 r. iv r.. junc -
tion, where the Journal-Miner repre-
1 seutative joined the party.
i. j. aUw
. Ash Fork on Sunday, a committee
was -.elected by the excursionists to
prepare an expression ot their appre-
fl.ltion of t tr courtesies extemlefl
' v Juilge Liuu: ;iuii thej reiorted the
j LifeV ana of pieman those days
thai reaaala a ieA of uipratrv that
tbe crowdad psat, Iba bun preseut,
nor tbe Bafotdin3 of the future an
obliterate; are all too abort.
Tiaiir bnabiwal bj tbe hand oi eour
I -. hlbe aweeaiat Wbn wajrtoaj,
warm bospitality, Ua bounded jfeuer
oett aad Iboatrbtfol eonsideratiou
ire mmbmed by faan La tbeiaeeaaaaol
hi-fellow mi :i and women tebeepeaea
deaemBg of a peerage u the hearts
of those upon arhon his beat qnaHHea
have bee i bitiabed. Ail of this and
more has been dooe for oa by Jsdge
geese M. Uwr. ftttoM em not
boat au adoptaa am ot wanner heart
or a iiost of met Mntitoeai.
We ma earjoyed th- finest
brand of Arizona tow leal and
its fttUeai measure on this trip
whicii will be me, u. 'table to aa all.
That Arirrrnanfi mav know that we
are n t Bmpneeiatiw, "re desire
tbioagtl tbe .l aimal-Miner to ex
press to .JinL'e Liag "ur thanks.
Tbe two abort wocde memm to us
woefully inn Icqunh
.Sign. l bj
.. A -! .
.lames E aaaje ! . ,
liaro't! A Che :''.
Dr. J. Bridlortl.
The following is a list of letters i
maiuing in the iost office for the wvef
ending May 12. Htt
Andrews, Charles La I'.trtiue Muss C
Baker, A E
Baird, Bin he
Bndfer, Kirk B
Beil. F B
Brown. F W
Bolton. I W
Levis, S M
Lade, J O
I i '-Ulg. I W
Massev, John J
Miller; Mrs Mary I
! Carter. Birdie M
i lenient?, tn
Christie. W E
McDonnell, Annie :
I CunuiuKham. Jos McDowell, A W
Curry, J is
M. Ke. F
McRoberts. R F
! rr?.".s. .
, Dibble, I rank
Dodge. T ('
Duncan, J X
1 Dunne, C
Edrar. James H 2 ress. Charles
Eden. .Mrs iiih
. , r
r.lier, a .1
Pomerov. D C 2
Rollins. L P
Boa, Walter M 2
Shrader. Mrs C M
Stauwood. F H
Spelhma, G H
Smith. .Miss M
Sonmea, T P
Statt. F L
Shook, Miss L
Sullivan. John F
, prouso,, (J I
I Filkius. Mrs C L
F,,iinn .1 1 ;
, firah-in'i T K
(;reen, h W
Gillart. Chaa H
. . .
Hackiug, II E
Hamilton. Mrs A
Howard. W B
Hurley. Mrs Ella Tongrate, Marion
Hutchinson, Wm Thornton. MissGF
Jones, H S Tucherman. Mrs
Johnstone. V J H Minnie McGov.
Kehner. Charles Valentine. J R 2
Weant, W C Vana. John M
ilkiuson. Chas Wilson. J T
Armendaroz, Ant Mendez, Jesus
Huterez, Jose Negrete, On
(ianimivo. Elvas Torrez, Trinidad
Don't Start Wrong
Don't start the summer with a linger
ing cough or cold. We all know
what a "summer cold" is. It's the
hardest kind to cure,
on throuirh the entin
Often it hangs
seas ui. lake
it iu hand right now. A few doses of
One Minute Cough Cure aill aa( vou
right. Sure cure for
croup, grip, bronchitis,
lung troubles. Abaolul
at once. Children like
ute Cough Cure is ti
ill throat aud
Ay safe. Acts
it. "One Miu
ie liest Cough
medicine I ever useii." says J. H.
Bowles. Groveton. N. H. "I never
found anything els- thai acted o
nJeiyma qoaekly." For sale bv VV.
W. Ross, Fen S QtMreth, Brifttej
What Thin Folks K ti
Is a greater power of digesting I
assimilating rood. For them Dr.
King's New Life Pills work wonders.
They tone ami regulate the digestive
organs, gently expel all poisons from
the svsieni, enrich the blood, iaa-
laabi the appetite, make healthv
Onlv Sfic at all thug stores.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
Official Proceedings of the Board
Supervisors of Yavapai County
Office of the Board of Supervisors
of Yavapai county, Arizona Prescott
Arizona, May 6, 1902. Board of Su
pervisors of Yavapai county, Arizona
i pervisors of Xavapai county, Arizona
, to adjournment Tues
, , a lnna '
I da-v- Ma-T fl- 1W0 at 10 ra
, Present, J. R. Beat son, chairman; D
E. Dumas, member,
and J. H.
Minutes of May 5, 1902. read aud
on motion the same were approved.
The reports of the following road
overseers were read and accepted and
warrants in payment of same ordered
dered drawn on road fund, to wit:
W H Pursley, road work dist No 1,
John Lawler, road work dist No 45,
Tom Campbell, road work dist No
The following claim was on motion
audited and warrant in payment of
same ordered drawn on road fund, to
F G Brecht, repairs to tools dist
! No 19, $2.95.
Resign 'tt ion of Reese M Ling as
aisinct attorney oi lavapai county
. . . . . . . .
I Anzona. was read and on motion tht
same was accepted.
1 he following claims were OU mo
tion audited and warrants in payment
same ordered drawn on expeuse
nd. to wit:
P D Barnes, outdoor relief, $27.75.
Horace P Merrill, stenographer, $5.
Amelia Block, stenographer, $3.55.
W A Cline, meals prisonera, 110.
S V Fitzsimmons, autopsy, f'Jo
R English, constable. Octave.
, n D , . , . ; ,
1 " ?u,
Diims A Humbert
Moore Mer Co, out door relief. J
Geo C Ruffner, liverv. 113.
J A Kusohe, gardener. $83.
D C Smith, work ou plaza, fl ! -'"
H M HartsoD, team hire plaza.
F Miller, team hire plaza
Mu nds. team hire
California X Co, supplies plaza.
li L Dunn, outdoor relief, $4.10.
Supri -visor debmrmM was granted
a leave of ilaiMJu from the coiiuty
in" territory tor a period oi sixty
i. i A -Ji l il-.i,lu"c,1u6.
Wednesdav. Mv 7th. l'Wi.at 10 a. m
, '11 lll'Kll'll INMIII HUJUlllUCM UUI" '
J. R. Beamaa, Cminma,
Atte-t: J. H. Robinson. Clerk.
Like Drowning lan.
"Five jears airo a disease the doctors I
eaUed dyspepsia took such a bold of1
me that I could scarcely go," writes
Geo. S. Marsh, a well known attorney
of Enema, Tex. "I took quantities
of pepsin and other medu lues, but ,
nothing helped me. As a drowning
man fjnfaa at a straw. I rablietl at
Kodol. I felt au improrenien! at
once, and after a few liottles am '
1 ..... I ....II !.- !..! ta k la I
.,re.K.rali.,:i wi.ieh exact Ir r-...r.vl...-.i
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the natural digestive j iice, aad con
aeoeejnitv ia the on!v one which di
irests itnv irxv. fixjtl and
ma of -tomach trouble.
by W. W. Eoaa Feu S.
BrMev Drm Co.
C M Cblbma and DS Newhall la
Clement A Griscom, Jr, deed. Wt ft i
; of Crown. QntM S addition, etc. Cas
tle Creek dist.
L Gadette aud Note Allison and
wife to Fred Oman, deed to lot 2.
I blk 1 on 16 to 1, Jerome.
A J Varuey to C K Hartzell. deed j
I to 1-32 of Cincura Noa 1 and 2, Ban- j
ner Nos 1, 2. 1 and Hummer mines,
thai Poiut diat.
United States to Jaa W Jackson,
patent to S 2, ne sec 31 and s.j nw
sec 35, twp 13 nr 3 St.
W N Kellv and J A Stephena to
Jas White, w'deed, lot 2, blk 1, Kelly
& Stephens, Preacott.
Alice Moeller to Marshall and Eliza .
Moker, deed, lota 8, 19 and 20, blk 5.
Moeller add, Prescott.
Geo Burnell to J T Nelaou, uitg to
: . sw . aud lots 2, 3 and 1, sec 30,
18 n, 2 w.
J Jaeoby to Jas Jaeger, mtg to
barber chair, mirrora, etc. Prescott.
Geo Burnell to H Voge, mtg horses,
R M Ling and wife to Mary
Bowen. deed, n of lots 22 and 24,
and se 1.12 of lot 20. block 20, Pres
cott. J R Liston aud wife to Frank M
Murphy, deed. Wild Pigeon, Jolly
Crowd. Wild Flower, Conaolidated
Crown Poiut, et al.
F M Murphv. assignee to M C Lis-
inn et inn run nf mttr
anooa parties twenty-two location
Jaa La Brier locates claim. Min
eral Poiur dist.
G G Wharton and wife to Geo B
Morley, m deed to J of 7 mines.
Black Rck dist Detroit, Sure Down,
ThosHaloran et al locate 4 mines, j
Turkev Creek dist. !
" Mr fin locate a mill site.
Thumb Butte dist.
Mrs Millie Wagner to H L Heck,
mtg on Augelus piano player.
In est of John Shenberger, decree
distributing lots 6, 8 and 10, block 2.
Prescott. to hhzalieth A liarringtou
and Catherine Hatz.
tieo Uhl lomtn Grizzly Bear mine
Thumb Butte dist.
I M Ling
II Cushing et al iuc I
Securities Co, cap stk ;
L E Hunt li.es bonds as road over-!
seer disi No 14.
Jos C Ray to A J Head, deed to
Iff - w, T" 1 .
Bed H"ie mine. Big Bug dist
DeMund Lumber Co vs Monte
Chriate Mining Co, lien on Monte
Christo mine. Weaver dist.
P I Farley appoints Jas Ballon
W R Beatv to F M Metsgar, b of
of camera, lens, etc.
Est of John Shaulierger
to A r
Swigert. rel of mtge.
H L Heck to D C Rec-anzoue
lease of chattel mortgage.
H B Beavers to F H Heistar. b of
j sale, i of soda works. Prescott.
John Allen et al locate Mamiuotl
-t mine, Agua Fria di-t.
Max Cintin to (.has S Brocbu.
deed. 1 of Jupiter mine, Aijua Fria
C G and Lizzie Brochu to John J
Brooks, aifrmt, Jupiter. Northern
Belle mines et al. Walker dist
J J. M A and J A Milliken to T M
Eamhart, lease, part of Homestead
mine, Walker dist.
Jas Russell and W C Beck man to
X L Griffin, deed, .! of Fisher and
Noble mines. Copper Basin dist
D Kilpatrick aud wife to J H
Clinkscales. deed, a 10 ft of blk 22,
In est of Horace Tiltou, deceased
decree distributing s 29 ft of lot 3,
blk 19, Prescott, to Annie Tilton, G F
and B Tilton.
E H Clarke to T G Norris, deed,
of Anna, La Porte, J B M and Jennie
mines, Black Cannon dist.
O A- Ensign locates Rocket mine.
Castle Creek dist.
V C Greene locates Mabelle mine,
Castle Creek dist.
C Van Valkenburg locates Rip Van
Wiukle mine. Big Bug dist.
W W Stockton to Mrs Anna Bur-
ford, deed of property Oro Grande
and Kich Rock mines. Big Bug dist.
Commercial Mg Co files a of a w on
Calcite mine. Big Bug dist.
M D C Put man to Rose Frankfor
ter, mtg lots 3 and 4 blk H, Prescott.
Eliza J Butler to State Mutual B &
L Asad, mta lot 15 blk 3, Fleury's
W G Dickinson to C J Babbitt, mtg
cattle, 1 1,400.
A and E Dickinson to C J Babbitt,
mtg cattle, $1,900.
H J Russell et al locate Las Vesras
mine, Black Hills dist.
C E Brown to H Voire, mto
Brown's Palace at McCabe.
Thomas Gatfield locates Copper
King mine. Big Bug district.
W W Munds files bond as road
overseer diat No 12.
L D Phillips locates five mines,
A J Varty to Chicago Gold M &
Red net Co, rise mtg.
John Evans to Jas Patton. forfeit-
! ure Britton mine, Castle Creek dist.
James Pryor et al locate Tip Top
! mine. Black Rock dist.
J W Ambrose locates Valentin
mine. Black Rock dist.
J D Marlar and J S Gawett locate
Sulphide mine. Tip Top dist.
J C Martin, receiver, to Jennie H
Clark, receipt, Oakdale mine
Laurence Martin and J J Coleman
to Frank Jasrer. deed Batchelor. Alta
arKl Wolf tone mines. Big Bug dist.
clKt u nii;,
i on. ,ii v . ti v luajo un.7w av wuiuo
Mrs Hattie Collins to State Mutual
B A L asso, mtg lot 20 blk 22, Pres
cott. Samuel L Pattee files bond of
$2,000 as district attorney with A A
Johns aud R N Fredericks as sure'
F C Shekels. J W and R N Dough
erty. J H Smith and Root Blair to H
H Stone, option EcUpde, Discovery
mine. Tiger diat.
E C Averyt to H Collins and wife
Harriet A J Miller to Wm Davis,
mtg horses, etc.
J C Martin, receiver, to J S Car-
' mchael and C P (Villus, receipt
A Ultras. G iden Stoeunit, Snnriae and
Golden rule mines. Walker dist.
I J C ftartiu, receiv. r. to I J Haw
; kins et al. receipts Cornucopia and
; Pine Spring mines, Haanyanpa and
Turkey Creek dints.
' C Rees and Young file Um
butcher at Jerome Junction.
J J Brooks to J E McCoy au 1 W .!
Wilsev. escrow notice, J Juniper.
Northern Belle et al. Walker dist.
J J Brook to J E McCov and W J
Wilsey, Bannie G l & M Co, escrow i
notice all of Juniper. Northern tselie,
etc. Walker dist.
J J Brooks et al incor Bannie Gold
M G M Co. cap stock $1,000,000.
Geo Burnell to H Voge, mtg on
building, etc, Martinez pet.
H K McDonald to J P Storm and
Joe Hobbs b of s to horses, buggies,
etc in Fashion stable. Prescott .
Aimer Childers and A Smith to
Oro Grande, Evt Min Co, deed to
Last Chance. Iron Chief, Spot Cash
et al, Black Rock dist.
F H Baldwin to F E Jones, b of s
to stock of goods, etc, Prescott.
Various parties, twenty location
notices of mining claims.
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Up a Congressman.
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writes Champ Clark. Mill unfa bril-1
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nervous tension. los ,,f -leep and
constant speaking I had al
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In speaking of the death of Coo
ressinun Cummings, who waa a
wmmpn man in New York, the
Pueblo (Colorado Chieftain aays:
Newspaper men reviewing the ca
reer of Congressman Amos Cum
mings, who di)d Friday night, will"
no doubt affect to deplore the fact
that he allowed himself to be "drawn
away" from journalism into politics.
It will lie said that he should have
remained in the newspaper business,
where he was a brilliant success aa
city editor of the New York Sun. and
it will be asserted that tbe success of
a born editor is better than anything
the public service can offer.
This is like various political propo
sitions that have been up for consid
erationit is good in theory, but in
practice it is poor and unsatisfactory.
There are men, no doubt, who care
little or nothing for the estimation of
the public and who are satisfied witb
the approval of a small circle and
with a very moderate salary. There
are even those who are content with
the approval of self who are their
own monitors and do their best work
when let entirely alone. Such men
are completely mined in modern
journalism. Performing prodigies of
labor, and producing manuscript not
only voluminous in quantity but in
such literary excellence as would a
century ago have -on renown, they
are given no more recognition by the
public than it devotes to the unknown
railroad telegraph operator who from
his little den sends out the brief mes
sages ou v. l.ose accuracy the lives of
And so Mr. Cummings did the
wise thing. When he came upon a
chance to make a hit in politics he
embraced it. and it was a promotion.
The holder of even a humble political
office is a thousand times more rev
erenced than is a newspaper man who
may be relatively far higher in the
scale of success and the scale of abil
ity, and verv likely is much better
paid : while as to the position of con
gressman, it is lietter than that of any
newspaper man in the whole country
more influential, less exacting, re
quires less natural or acquired ability
and less executive capacity, is a thou
sand times easier, and commands
public veneration besides which the
editor is a plebian.
Much of this is tbe fault of the
newspaper men themselves. Thev be
little each other, refuse recognition to
each other, indulge in petty disputes,
keep each other in wordy warfare,
cartoon each other and refuse even to
learn the world wide lesson of combi
nation. When newspaper men learn
to stand by each other, to work to
gether for mutual advantage, and to
make journalism something great and
influential, something worthy of Us
high statiou aud high mission, when
they allow recognition of and appre
ciation to each other such as obtains
in th.- nana of commerce and trans
portation an i even of labor.then may
they expect t i command the attention
and !'-:' t of tht public also.
Close of W:men's Club
l.os Angeles, May 10.-
Diversity' is the true sentiment, car
ded out by the wit and wisdom of
American club women. The sixth
biennial of the general federation of
women's clubs closed last Thursday
night with the most brilliant and
happy session that the great body of
women ever witnessed. No such
scene was ever beheld in Los Ange
les! Among the names on the pro
grams for the last week, were the
greatest social and intellectual lea
ders from the very center of culture in
America, brilliant and accomplished
women of wealth, homemakers and
homekeepers, women foremost in the
church and in society, leaders in the
best of which strong women are
capable mothers of the coming
strong men of the nation.
Mrs. Rebecca Douglass Lowe who
has served for four years aa preeideal
of this organization, deserves the
credit and congratulations which has
been bestowed upon her. Never for
a moment did she lose control of the
During the eight days' aesaion
questious of importance arose that
threatened to break the strings of
harmony, but the master hand each
time restored them with the Grentle-
ues, autj .jjjjj Gf a natural director.
Women of tbe north, south, east and
west came to this biennial expectiug
to settle the "color question" which
haa disturbed the federation for
years. They came and conquered
and the general federation at the
close of its sixth biennial is a unit
with several thousand members. Mrs.
Lowe, the woman of the hour in club
circles, carried the convention safely
over the roughest road it has ever
traveled. Club women are unani
mous in their declaration that the de
cisions made at the sixlh biennial
have been the greatest steps ever
taken in the history of the organiza
tion. Mrs. H. B. Long.
Virginia Hotel, Los Angeles.
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