BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 26, 1903
J. Martin Jones Son j
EL PASO, Tex.
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C. R. Moorhead, President
Joseph Magoffin, Vice-President
J. C. Lackland, Cashier.
J. H. Russell, Asst Cashier.
The State National Bank
of EL PASO, TEXAS
Transacts tx Ocncral Banking BuHlness
Solicits the accounts of Banks, Corporations, firms and Individuals.
The H. Lesinsky Company
EI Paso, Texas
Quick service to point. In southeastern Arizona and Sonora. Kail
orders have the best attention. We sell to dealers only.
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B. L. Berkey Machinery Co.
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Portable and Standard
Can be operated with
Horse, Gasoline or
We carry also a large stock of
galvanized tanks, knocked
down ready for shipment.
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El Paso, Texas
W. Q. WALZ COM PANY
Established In El Paso 1831
Incorporated Paid Up Capital 550,000.
Wholexnte and Retail DculerH
Handle strictly hlch grade pianos and organs. Write
for catalogue and prices on all kinds of. musical instruments.
E2 MINING FIELD
Operations of Interest Throughout
the County of Cochise, Arizona
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SOME HINTS ABOUT
COMMON SENSE AND HONESTY
SHOULD BE EXERCISED.
of experience and a fine business i PI IMH A V I AQT AAQ
man. At one time, about two years ' OUl.UH I LHOI VVMO
ago be he was in charge of the Cana
nea Copper company.
Major von Petersdorf was a Ger
man by birth, and had i eceied a mil
itary education. At :Iio outbreak
of the war with Spain he was in Cal
ifornia, from which stato ho was
J commissioned as major of the vol
unteers, and performed staff duty in
An Honest Company and a Wise In- Cuba.
Deceased was a very companiona
ble gentleman, and had many warm
vestor Will Apply Business Meth
ods to Their Property and Divi
dends Will Be the Result.
friends who will regret to learn of
his' demise. Nogale. Oasis
No mater how good or tow bad a NW - NEAR CANANEA.
property may be, a dishonest com-, -hales of B,gb
pany is absolutely no need in either- , t0WQ seyoral d
case. A baa property nas uoen
made to produce good results by an
honest company many a time, and a
good property has been ruined by a
bad company equally as many, says
the Riverside, Wyoming Recorder.
during thQ week. Whilo here he
was a caller at tho Herald office and
Informed us that tho company which
he represents, tho Alsacla Develop
ment company, has acquired a per-
-pi. -,.., ',., t i . feet titlo to their properties, which
Tho whola secret In mining is con- ,, , . . , ,,
tt.W LUUB1UU1CU HJ VAyxma lu
talned in these few words: "Is tho
company honest?" Let them prove to
teo your results-yes. ninety times larEO bodIf , J
out of a hundred. In the first placo,
If tho company is honest, they will
not accept property unless it has fa
vorable indications and ask the in
vestor for his money; In tho second
placo they -will be careful and eco
nomlca In all expenditures for tho
affairs of the company; fifth, they
among tho best in the famous AJo
mountains. As the mines carry
high grade silver.
copper and load ore and being sit
uated only thlrty-fivo miles from Ca
nanea, over a good wagon road, wo
have no doubt but that tho new
company has acquired ono of the
best paing propositions in the en
tire section. Mr. Wren expects to
begin development work within a
short time. The officers and dircc-
From all accounts the Alsacia De-
rrs ; && KTVzmrmimMi'izxsmam
Of all Hinds
ft Sheet Husk
EiC-miT. ic lions
El Paso - Texas
-will rigidly apply business methods . fiW mmmnv ro -
to mining, Just the same as to any ho Btad h,gh ,n buslness and finan.
mercantile enterprise, and sixth, they ca, ..rclc ,n j,,-.-. MIssouri.
win strictly aanero to tne gciuen Ca-aea Herald.
ruie. a man onco saiu to me uunng
n -.jivi-rco. .or. T ....NT-..- c.irn
stock In a mine, but I don't knov, velopmcnt company has a paying
what state it is in." proposition. Tho ore is found in
. , ... .... . ledge form and up-to-date two ledges
This man is certainly a "king of h.vn h,n .,-,., M, R r,.
finance" and surely deserves to lose Moore gcnera, manager ot tho com.
nis money, dui tne memou oi invest- ranv retUrncd from the DrODartv on
Ing as adopted by this man is what Sunday evening and reports that tho
has given mining a black eye time upper Ie(jg0 na8 bcen exploited for
ana again. reopie ouy siock witn- aim0ilt a mile and shafts already
out ever investigating, and -when slmk nava pr0Ten tae orc to extend
they would bo much wiser if they t0 a aepth of nnet5- feet. The up
took their money and cast it into tho per lede carries silver, lead and
street, because chances would be in copper and the ore value is about
that case that it would help some 125.00 per ton according to assays
honest finder instead of some pollut- mad" by Herman and Newett,
ed fakir. I . . . .
There is another class of investors
who are equally as bad as dishonest
mines to be ruined and more losses ,1b.,, Ia l n?ine? of the, Wtarre,a
WATER IN TOMBSTONE MINES.
The same ilora which is most le-
to stockholders than one can scarcely
district water is the greatest ob
and Fine Gold Jewelry
A. H. RICHARDS
103 El Paso Street, El Paso Grand Central Block
Prompt attention given to mall orders and repairing.
Krakauer, Zork & Moye j
Hardware, Ranch and Mining f
Supplies, Pipe and Pipe Fittings
Paint., Oil and Glass
Agents for Canton Steel. Iola Cement, Bain Wagons, Miller Ranges, '3
Atlas Powder, Samson Windmills, etc.
P. 0. Box 15 300 EI Paso St., El Pasojex.
T-.-w Di.nflH FINE MERCHANI.
J no. orunner .... tailoring
And Dealer in Gent's Furnishing Goods
First-Class Fit Guaranteed. 104 El Paso Street, EI t so, Texas
Of all kinds, including sodat ginger ale, Irou brew, sarsaparilla. etc., and manufactured by
ARCHIBALD & CUNNINGHAM
xrco are prepared to jropply the trade at Conana. Kaccs Doturla, Bisbee, Tombj-toae and
Benson. At? apecuforilaier&Zobelem beer.
Write us about our easy pay
The ZEUNER PIANO CO.
- Tucson. Arizona.
realize, and these are tho ones who itacI,e t0 PSress in the mines about
invest their dollars on Monday and """"""-
expect to reap dividends on Tuesday. ,Jho wator lcvel In Tombstone Is
Whatever an honest company does. " feet and wnn oa sttike u- -a
steer clear of this kind of investors knov'r a hav0 struck something. In
tne isoom snait lor instance, it is
because their clamor -will ring in
your ears from time they hold stock.
nothing uncommon when you with-
They imagine that all amine haS to daw a 111. to have the water spurt
,? ia n ,.,,t in oTH.Rhotandihnn Mm. 20 foet biBh- lt 's simply an arte-
mence picking money off the n Proposition.
dump. They can not realize that it s ,makef " V" possible
nt-w: mft fr, mnV-A a minn and to Iad. nd accounts for the SlOW
sometimes it consumes years to Progress made in many different
reach a dividend-paying basis. Mines "r"r"ea "' iUD,U8loae
are never located on boulevards Tho has " IarSesi PunjP
where you can drive up in an auto- coaf- havInS capacity of 2,500
moblle and pick up tie ore with a 00? SalIons Per Wlth a 14"inch
pair of tongs; the ore never jumps co,umn e wIth a" hi I eed
out of the ground gravitation has iDS difficult to control tho water flow.
been provided to hold it In and mln- j
eral of all kinds being of a heavier l MINING BHIEFS.
nature, settles closer to the center1 James M- Barnes, of Huckley.
of gravitation rather than in the tree Minnesota, arrived In BIsbee Sun
tops where one could easily place a evo- Ho pects to make this
step ladder and pick nuggets. Let hls bome- Ho is an experienced
good, sound judgment be applied to , mining man in the upper penninsula.
mining industries and the day of the
fakir is at an end. Let honsty and ' K. G. Ord and others visited the
honest companies enter the field of seen? of the gold strike Sunday,
mining and losses will be unknown which was recently made by Pert
among tho stockholders, capital will Morse, in tho eastern uart of the dis
bo at call and the world's wealth will trIct- They are well pleassd with the
be increased to such an extent that,ooks r tllG vel-(
trusts and monopolies will be de-'
priv'ed of a field to operate In. , Four men wl1 b P,Jt to work this
Nature has given to man an honest siornln? on the Oversight group just
deal let man give to nature of a 'east of ibo Ooiea Era ground. Do
similar character and in doing this velopment will bo pushed and will
he not only benefits himself but na- consists of a shaft. J. E. Prenty and
Henry Kxeimer are the owners.
! Ore has been encountered in doing
ture and mankind as well,
DEATH OF MAJOR-VON PETERS- assessment work and the ground is
DORF. ;very promising and gives evidence
At Magdalena ffne day this week of good values,
the Oasis editor was shown by Col. I
Emllio Kosterlitzski, of La Gendar- j H. D. Reynolds, of Pittsburg, is in
merial Fiscal, a letter from Mr. E. the city. Mr. Reynolds was for sev
H. Belgarde, of Monterrey, Nuevo Le- eral years the Analytical chemist of
on, dated April 10, telling the Pittsburg Reduction company,
of the death of Major C. H ha3 traveled extensively in Can-
F. von Petersdorf, of bubonic plague Ma and "" u 'a
year and is looking over the Warren
district. He will go to Cananea to-
at Mazatlan, on March 12. Mr. Bel
Aa An,liicu1 cnmA lpMora whIMi fn.
dicated that von Petersdorf knew morrow and return here.
Kosterlitzski, and the latter knew
the whereabouts of von Petersdorf's
family. How Mr. Belgarde, at Mon
Ed Sturgis and J. E. Lownsend. of
Douirlas. accompanied by W. A. Mo-
terey. came In possession of the let- H- V- ? !
morning for the Lucky Tiger mine.
They will meet E. J. Street and H. D.
Seitz. of Kansas City, and Major W
L. Hargrove, and A. L. Harrison,
secretary and treasurer respectively
of tho Co. at tho mine. Their trip
will last until Friday and all will re
turn Saturday eve to attend a meet
ing of the company which is called
ters, at such a distance from the
scene of the death of Major von Pe
tersdorf, does not appear. His own
fetter simply announced the death of
tho major on the date named, and
that he had but shortly before ar
rived at Mazatlan from Alaska.
Deceased was well known in So
nora, having resided at Torres,
Minas Prletas, Cananea aad Mag-
A DAY OF ACTIVITY
NO PLACE FOR JUMPERS.
Geo. W. Clark, returned yesterday
morning from a trip of four days do
ration to Hermosillo, -where ho ww
on a business trip.
In regard o tho "Jumpers" In
said: "I would like to seo a vlg
lance committco formed and rid tbr
camp of this class of people. They
are ono ot tho class that no cam)
wants and ara undesirable to say
the least. It Is hard enough (or the
prospector to make his hard earning?
and labor win -without being bothcret'
by this element When a location
runs out, then it is legitimate to re
locate it but before that time tho
matter la of serious moment to tl
W. C. Clark, of Cananea, was lr
i town over Sunday, in connection-
PROSPECTORS AND CLAIM OWN- with raining matters as regards Ca-
ERS ABROAD IN THE LAND. I?" ffS' n.M , ,,
copper deposit between Peaco river,
Alaska and the Gulf of Mexico.
Particular Attention Being Paid to j o
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
the Gold District Prospectors
Prospectors Arriving Dai.'y.
Estato ot Frederick A. Sweet, 5e-
Notico Is hereby given by the ui
Sunday was a day of Drostctlnc dcxslgned administrator of tho estato
in the WWn district Every placo J Frederick A Sweet deceased ti
where any ground was vacant pros- , cialms against the said deceased.
pectoris could bo see:i with location to exhibit them, with the necessary
notices and pick, building the stono vouchers, within ten months after tho
monuments or putting up stakes t first P"o"can this notice to thf
comply with "Undo Sam's" re- the atn0 Delng the pace ,or tbff
qulrements. It wa3 a day of activ- transaction of business ot said estate,
ity In the hills instead of a day of in Bald county of Cochase.
B. A. PACKARD,
Administrator of tho estate ot Fre
erlck A. Sweet, deceased.
Dated Bisbee, this 0th day of Mar,
First publication. May 12th. 1003.
dalena. He wa3 a mining engineer for Monday at the company's office.
rest. Many men who. own property
as far as location is covered, and who
do not labor on the Sabbath Tor their
employers, were putting In "double
shlfir examining their holdings and
counting out the millions that they
could take out of tho ground had
tney tne waerewita to carry on the . TORRES & PRIETAS RAILWAY,
work, and planning how they should TIme Card Ho 16 In Effeet March
save out of their weekly earnings Tran No. i leaves Minas Prletas at O
and employ somo one to develop their
claims. The owners of the "Big
Four" group will begin active work
this week, and a force of men will
bo employed. This group lies near
the Golden Era, which Is taking out
some fine free gold ore.
Activity in development -will be
pushed In the gold belt, which now
seems to be the center of attraction
since the recent gold strikes in that
section. It i3 said that many claims
are being re-located the former lo
cators having failed to do their as
sessment -work in accordance with
tho .mining laws. Many fractions
were taken up. Somo containing not
more than 1 acros while others
contained 15 to 18 acres. Ono of
the former -was taken which lies
just north of tho Calumet & Arizona
ground and is in a desirable locality.
Prospectors from all over tho coun
try aro arriving dally in tho camp
and as rapidly a3 possible jrettinc ac-
a. m.; arrives Torres at C:4G a. m.
Train No. 2 leaves Torres at S a m ,
arrives Minas Prietas 8.45 a. m.
Train No. 3 leaves Minas Prietas at 4
p.m.; arrives Torres 4 45 p.m.
Train No 4 leaves Torres at 7:30 r-
m.; arrives Minas Prieta3 3:15 pm.
All trains connect -with train oa
Sonora railway, Nogales to Guayma
and vice versa.
Wells-Fargo & Co.'s express and te'
egraph in operation between Torres
Minas Prietas and ell parts of the
Shortest and best route to Yaqci
rver. Barranca and San Marclal coal
fields. Soyopa, Sahuripa, Uras La Bufs.
La Dura Yaqui Smelting and Refining
and Yaqui Copper companies
Freight can bo consigned to F V
Seymour to be forwarded by teams
from Minas Prietas to the above
Advanced charges paid, all goods
Stnrod frpp nf f-lmrr-p nn fnmmlccln
qualnted with tho district. New!nr hmV.n.. rn- r,- !.,hi,.,
deals are being consumated and new goods
strikes reported At'llinas Prletas depot, hacks a'-
From all indications tho activity , wayj rea1y to make tr,pg to any of the
has just begun and ere long there , above named points at reasonable
win uu iranurea3 oi men empioyeu j rates. F. H SEYMOUR
iu uuvuiupmeni as we eany locations
of this season have not much more
time to comply with the United
n. ti. waviiand, of uuluih, ll.rr.e
sota, who has been in Bisbco for the j
Inct four fllVO In mining ........ I.f. '
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