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THE' ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, MONDAY MORNING-;' JUNE 16, 1890.
Our City Fathers design lighting tho
Capitol buildings by means of incandes
cent electric lamp!)
C. S. Mastcn is having erected on bis
property, on East Washington Btreet, n
handroino brick residenco 40x40 feet in
size. Tho cost will npproaeh $5000.
Tho contractor is J. M. Dolienoy.
The Sears Bros., whoso stock range
lies on the Verde river and Deadman
canyon, are in the valley with their
spring crop of :00 fino steers, Sheridan.
Ijtfourette, Eyster, Sharp and others of
that vicinity are expected down shortly
with bunches of cattle.
One hundred and forty fat steers from
Tonto Basin, mostly from K. F. Kell
ner's ranch, were driven to pasture near
l'luvnix yesterday. Jack Brown. Mr.
KcllnerV foreman, states that the Tonto
Basin ranges arc rapidly beinf: cleared
of their surplus cattle, sales being brisk
and prices good. For good two and
three-year-olds $17.50 is tho average
price paid. Shipments are being made
inostlj' from Wilcox, to which point Q.
T. Peter drovo several hundred bend a
J. Eddy and wifo are registered at the
J. B. Kelly left on yesterday's train
for a brief business trip to San Francisco.
Mrs. J. B. Woodward and child re
turned to l'luvnix by yesterday's train.
J. K. Cook returned yesterday from
Illinois, bringing with him his wifo and
daughter, who will hereafter make
Pha-nix their home.
Gus Clark returned yesterday from
his outing. He changed his mind when
he got to Maricop.i and went to Tucson
instead of Los Angeles.
William Ellison of Tucxon, is in
Pluenix looking into cattle matters with
eomo idea of purchasing. He is icpre
senting the interests of a heavv Kansas
J. O'Neal, a heavy owner of cattle,
w hoe ranges aro located on D.ito creek,
is at the Commercial. The cattlo arc re
ported as being in excellent condition.
Judge Kiblwy and wifo went to Mari
copa yesterday and returned in the
afternoon with his daughter, Miss Annio
Klbbey, and Miss Hildebrand of Flor
ence. They hae apartments at the
Dr. Rogers, a well known mining man,
is in tho city. Ho has been a resident
of Arizona ever since 1803, being at first
a resident of .Mohave county. The
Doctor is still prwiiecting, in the hope
of eentually striking a bonanza.
Miss Hlhlebrand.FloN'eMlM A Klbboy.Floreneo
F Dana, Mesa I, RrlMee, Mew
! JudH, Son FrancNeo F Clrlgny, lkMon
VV A WlIson.K'HtiMit")-K()Mc.Miter,IIar'iUtt II
Jas O'Neal, Yavapai W S CI raves, Jacksom He
MINES AND MINING.
Journal-Miner: "Tho arlicles of in
corporation of the Mockingbird Mining
company and the appointment of
Richard DeKuhn. an agent of the com
pany, have lieen filed for record."
Star: "The reiwrter was shown
some ery fine specimens of silver, cop
ier and gold ore that came from the
Sierritas Mining district, south of this
city, some thirty mile?, near H. S.
Stevens' ranch, that sells, net, at the
Puobla smelter for t-7S per ton. This is
clear of the expenses of mining, ship
ping and smelting. The ore asays on
an average from 330 to 600 ounces to
the ton. Tho most prominent mines
in this district aro the Good Luck, Santa
j(saici ami tne santa Jiosa."
Tbo reporter was shown yesterday a
fine specimen of matto from "tho Tucson
smelter nietta, which carries about
sixty per cent copper and and about
eighty ounces of silver per ton, or sixty
ounces of pure metal to the hundred
ixninds of matte, The smelter continues
still to do first-class work. In fact it
could not do otherwise with C T. Good
ing at its helm.
Citizen: "Mr. O. A. 1 1 rat t is in from
Oracle, and reports that tho mines in
that region are all very good, consider
ing tho developments. It is expected
that some mining properties there
will soon change hands. If all goes
smooth thero will soon be reduction
works erected, which will greatly facili
tate tho business in that region. Tho
mines are working chiefly on silver and
lead, copper also being found in paying
quantities. Gold properties- thero are
liable to soon change hands. The
Southern Bell is about to legin opera
tions under tho control of some Now
York parties. Tho mino has been idlo
for some time on account of trouble be
tween former owners, but all is now
fixed and ten stamps more are to Iks
added. This is a very fine property.
Tho Inter-Ocean Cattle 'company, E. O.
Stratton superintendent, has hero one
of tho finest cattle ranges in the countrv,
and all tho cattle aro looking Aery good.
This region has tho finest of resources
for the mining business wool, water,
and grass being there in abundance. It
has had a black eye on it in tho past on
account of the Apacho scares, but that
is now over, and it is a liely country of
which Arizona can well bo proud."
The following mining notes are taken
from tho Tombstono J'rotpectnr:
Tho Sterling Silver mill is running
steady on ore from the Turquois and
Bunker Hill mines.
Tho Stato of Maine is shipping at
regular intervals and keeps the same
force of men at work.
Tho Randolph shipped a carload of
ore last week and is still taking out ore
from the samo streak.
Trezona & Vincent at Clarksburg
have several tons of oro out. Their
ledge is small, but carries very rich
horn silver ore.
At tho Uncle Sam tho north exten
sion of tho Stato of Main ledgo is being
opened up in good shape. They aro ex-
pecung a 101 oi steel rails lor tlicir in
clino shaft and as soon as thev arrive
and aro put in place it is intended to
put on a larger force of men.
The T. M. & M. company aro steadily
working on four of their ptoperties and
making their regular shipments of about
three hundred tons per month. They
have any amount of mining ground that
has not been oxplored yet, but tho com
pany is prospecting it as fa9t as the out-
jut of the mines will pay for doing it.
In the Lucky Cuts they reached water
level in a wino from tho fifth level,
where they found that they can sink
their mnin shaft eighty-five feet further
before reaching water, and which they
intend to do soon. From tho third lovel
they ran n crosscut 450 feet long to tho
East Side ledge, whero they found n
very large ledgo of manganese ore. Here
they nro running both ways on tho ledge,
working eight-hour shifts.
Citizen: "Mr. J. II. Martincau of Gila
Bend is in the city. Mr. Martincau re
ports that Gila Bend is a country with
a great future in the agricultural line.
Tho Gila Bend canal is being built,
which will bo sixty or seventy miles
long and forty feet wide, opening up to
settlement about ono hundred and fifty
thousand acres of land, which there will
be a great rush to occupy. This region
ia a fino fruit country, and a speciality
will bo made of oranges, which, with
lemons and olives, will be raited in con
siderable nuantities to compete with
California fruits as this region, like tho
Salt River Valley, can get fruit In tho
market a month earlier than California.
Mr. Martincau also reports that a canal
is to bo built by Eastern parties about
thirty miles west of Gila Bend which
will open a largo tract of valuable land
Jimmy Brown's place, tho St. Ixuis
Exchange, at Tucson, frets a fine Vienna
sausage lunch every evening at 8
Tiif. Rki'U1H.ica.v, The Herald, The
Gazette and all tho leading papers of the
United States for salo at Tho Fair. t.t.
The best, the cheapest and tho latest
books for salo at The Fair. t.f.
Cheap rooms, free bath, at tho Ven
domo. Call on Jim Bradbury for the coolest
glass of beer in tho city,
A choice lino of imported cigars at
Bradbury's, on Washington street.
Bradbury's, on Washington street, is
tho place to drop in for an ice cold glass
of beer, or for a drink of the choicest old
Bourbon whisky sold in the city of
A carload of fruit
boxes at Ryder's
NO CUItK NO PAY.
A. Hyde. M. 1).. oculist, treats H.
senses of tho eye on the "no euro no
pay" system. Consultation free. Office
and residence first house east of Gregory
House, Pluenix, Ariz. tf.
Having purchase the grocery store of Sam
neiih Chung on Montezuma street, I will con
tinue same with a new stock of goods fresh from
San Fr&nclacu, which will arrive Juno 23. All
partlei Indebted to or holding hills agalnot Sam
Weuh Cluing u 111 M.-ttle with the undersigned.
PHCENIX IRON WOEKS,
G. R. Wilfeiff, Prop.
ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY.
House and Ornamental Castings
Made to Order.
ENGINES, BOILERS, MINING AND
Agricultural Machinery Bought,
Sold and Repaired.
Works on Yavapai street, near Jackson.
Boot and Shoe Maker.
BE.VT FRENCH KID LADIES' SHOES, HANI)
sewed, from .tto7. Men's Ilest French
Calf Hoots, hand sewed, from K to 1J; tagged,
from f.1 to flu. Fit guaranteed Kepalring of
all klnd neatly and promptly done, bhop op
BRUSH ELECTRIC LIGHT
THE BRUSH INCANDESCENT ELECTRIC APPARATUS
IS PRONOUNCED BY USERS TO BE
STJPERIOK TO A.X.L OTHERS,
THE BRUSH ARC DYNAMOS AND LAMPS
WITH THEIR VARIOUS IMPROVEMENTS, CONTINUE TO'
LEAD AS HERETOFORE.
8KND TOK A. CATAhOOUK TO
THE BHUSII ELECTHIC COMPANY,
Wm. II. Taylor, President.
S. E. Cor. Howard and
MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
MINING AND MILLING MACHINERY, ENGINES,
Boilers, Sliecl-iron Water Pipe
For Mining and Irrigation Purposes.
AgentH for the Pacific Coast of
Bryan's Holler Quartz Mill,
Cheapest and Most Peifect Roller Mill Made
Exclusive Agents for tho Pacific Coast of
Steel Pulley and Fox's
Full Descriptive Circulars of any
Maricopa and Ptenix Railroad,
In effect Juno 15, 1800.
Trains stop on signal.
Trains mako close connection with Southern
I'urlflo trains. Connect at Tempo with stages
forMesaOlty, Jonesvllie and Fort McDowell.
Atl'hu'iilt with stages for l'rescott, (illicit,
Wickcnhurg and Vulture.
O. S. MASTKN. Vlce-I'rcs. and Malinger.
Arizona Industrial Exposition
For tlio Fuir to be Held at Phoenix,
Arizona, October 14, 15, 10
ami 17, 1H90.
TUESDAY, OCT. 11.
1. Running Stake. 'J year oldi.hred, raised and
owned in Arizona; -intlo dash.
Entrance, J 10; added money, $.10.
2. Trotting. Stallion stake; mile heats, :i inn.
Entrance, i"; added money, ll-'l.
3. Trotting. S minute stake; mile heats, :t in 6.
Entrance, $Jj; added money, $75.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. II.
1. Trotting. 2. 10 stake; mile heats, 3 In 5; En
trance, f V), added money, J.liO.
fl. Huunlng, 3-year old stake; a mile, 2 in 3.
Entrance, fij; added money, $"'.
C Running. For all nges; one mile daih. En
trance, f-; added money, ?"'.
THUKSDAY, OCT. lfi.
7. Trotting and Pacing. 2-ISstake; mile niats
3 in 3. Entrance, U'i, added
money, 1 100.
8. Trotting. 3-jcarold stakes; mile heats,2 in
3. Entrance, Jr; added jnonc), $71.
9. Running. For all ages; M mile dash. En
trance, 2.'; added money, Yti.
10. Trotting. 2-jcar-old stake; mile heats,2in3.
Entrance, ?i"; added money, li.
FRIDAY, OCT. 17.
11. Hunulng. Free for all; mile heats, 2 in 3-
bntrance. i; added money
It TB.tflti(. rr l..nl.n. Pnui focil!. .nil., ha.u
acnieu money, ?iuo.
.v. . n'.,..i u. ...v.. if. a . vw .w. ...... it. av. i(a.ii
3 In . Entrance, $'0; added
IX Running. 2-)ear-olds; mile and repeat.
Entrance, Ji.; added money, Iti.
Trotting and aclng in harness.
American Trotting Association rules govern
Nominations cloe Septemler 1, lfrtf).
One-half of entrance must accomiuny nomi
nations; balance paid September 23.
Four or more entries to fill; three or more to
Tho Hoard of Directors re-en o tho right to
hold entrance and start a race with a less uuin
ber or to declare races oil when thero are le-s
than three to start, also to trot heats of an) two
races alternately, or to call a special race be
tween heats, or to change the date of race.
Fora "walk-over" in any race a horse lien
titled to Its own entrance fee and one half of
the entrance received from the other ald up
entries of said race, but no added mono).
A horse winning a race is entitled to first
money only, except when distancing the Held
then to Ilrst and third money.
Makes divided into three moneys, GO jicr cent,
to first, 30 to second and 10 to third, except in
free-for all trot, 2' to claes and 2-) ear old dah,
when third horso has entrance, 70 per cent, of
balance to llrst horse and 30 er cent to second.
Haces commence at 1 r. m. sharp each day.
Hlanks for entries can be obtained from the
The Directors reserve the right to postpone
races on account of bad weather.
J. McMILUS secretary.
R. S. Moouk, Superintendent
Bealo, San Francisco.
Heine Patent Safety Boilerfl, Macbeth
of tho A1kvo Sent on Application,
EMBROIDERIES AND LACES
The warm days have now arrived
and we are fully prepared to show the
Finest Display of Latest Summer Ma
terial for the present season.
Being- direct buyers from the Manu
facturers, we can offer Lower Prices
than any store in the Territory.
Boiil to Flease ftrery
E. E. PRO WELL,
TP.RESI-I STOCK OF THE
Best and Purest Drugs
Elegant Toilet Articles,
Fancy Goods, Perfumes, Soaps,
And All Articles Usually Found
in First-Class Drug Stores.
The Prescription Department is under the charge of
a Graduate of ono of the bent Colleges of Pharmacy
in tho country, and especial attention is given to
Compiling Prescript ions, both Day and Night.
Call and Soe Us, Whether Ton Wish to
Purchase Anything or Not,
'The Oporin IToupo Drug Store Never Closes.
Customer in Low Prices
A. GOLDSCHMIDT & CO.
ARDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY ATTENDED T0-
Sole Agents for the Victoria Mineral Water, the only Genuine Mineral
Water in this Tcrritorv.
PENNSYLVANIA STEEL CO.
10 to 70 pounds per yard.
Steel Kails and Curves
AND STEEL SPLICE PLATES.
FORCINGS, BILLETS AND BARS,
BLOOMS AND INGOTS.
General Oj)ice.20S South Fourth St..
Work. Steelton, Pennsyhania.
F2. H3 !R U E3 Ii I C! J T$
'r il, "t
Kupferle Bros. Manufacturing Co.
MISSOURI BRASS FOUNDRY,
STEAM AND GAS PIPE WORKS.
600, 602 and 604 Second St., cor. Washington Ave., and 119 Washington Ave.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
MAKtlFACTllRFUS OF FVERV VAKrETY OF HRAFS WORK FOU ENGINE IHJILDFRs
ANUM& i Kd Oa Vlile Fitter" I1umlrm , Hnnhwire Trade. rlr. Cart .i
eal)le Iron Fittings, Joblers of Wrought Iron Welded Tubes for steam, gas and ater.
Iia her and Rubber Relllns, Packing and, Hose. Sole agents for Cameron's bweU ! Steam
Pump"the lnnnt i fflcient, durable and eeonomleal steam pump In hm. Roof Tatent lllowers.
FROG SWITCH AND SIGNAL
STEEL RAIL FROGS.
Of the best and most approved patterns
STEEL CROSSING FROGS.
Of superior excellence and durability.
LORKNZ SAFETY SWITCHES.
Of Ecveral approved patterns.
IMPROVED SPLIT SWITCHES.
SWITCH STANDS AND FIXTURES.
For automatically ringing alarm belN
at highway croMngs, requiring no
electrician. Saes the expent-e of
watchmen. Fold on trial.