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ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNALMlNER.
Established flarch 9, 1864. The Pioneer Paper of Arizona
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1001
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ARIZO 4 JOURNAL-MINER
EAI1.Y AND WEE.U.Y.
J C. MARTIN, Editor and Proprietor
Entered in tt.e Pnatoffice at Prescott. A: izona,
i i Second-CUsa Matter.
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Shamrock Takes The Lead at
The Start But Wind Dying
Out The Columbia Passes
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DR. ANdL MARTIN,
Diseases of the Eye and Ear.
A. B. flADER.
U. S. Deputy niaera! 5 . 1 1 jrar, Civi!
So-vey of mining claltr..- a IfaillTlj . lnukii-i
pal and railway survevs., d.'vicns," t pecilica
tionsand raperintendaiee of all eaijineeririt
Office- Rooms 1 0 and 20, Lan ier Block
Telephone. (Independent) 129.'
E. HI. 5ANFORD.
tterne -at-Law' rescoti, Arizona
Office in ,. Otis l-niHing. Eastsfde of plaia
R. E HORRISON.-
Attorney and Counselor a; Law.
OfSeea, over the Prereott Elc-tri- building.
Gcriey St., Prerci.tt. Ari-oua.
COLLINS & ALTAIAN,
Attorneys and Counselors-al-Law.
Prompt attention given to Mi-iuess of nl
kinds. Will practice in all courts !,r
the Bead block, over th roitffi( Preseo-t
Many 1 aan is looking out for hit
fcealth, tait looking tor disease in the
wrong direction. He takes medicine for
his nerves, which weem "gone to pieces."
He "doctors ' for his heart, which it
acting irregularly. He constantly stirs
p his liver with pills and pewder. But
he does not get any better. He is look
ing for the cause of his complaints in
the wrong direction.
It is i common thinp for amp m
who lias used Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery for "stomach trouble "to
find that when the diseased stomach is
r-i- 1 the "weak" heart is made sound,
the sluggish liver stimulated, and the
throbbing nerves tranquilizer. This fact
alone suggests the truth which every
leading medical scientist knows and rec
ognizes thzt disease which seem re
mote from the stomach are often caused
by the disease of the stomach a.nd other
organs of digestion and nutrition. When
the dieeased stomach and the digestive
and nutritive system are cured of disease,
the other organs are cured with them.
Food is the basis of life and of
strength But it is not the quantity of
food oaten which supports the life and
health of the body. The body is sus
tained by that portion of the food which
after being eaten is converted into
nourishment and properly assimilated.
When the stomach and its" allied organs
of digestion and nutrition are diseased
or " weak," only part of the food eaten
is converted into nutrition, and the body
anu us organs are tneretore onlv partly
nourished. Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery cures the diseases of the
stomach and digestive and nutritive sys
tem which prevent the proper nourish
ment of the body. In that way the
body is once more strengthened in the
only way possible, by food properly
digested and perfectly assimilated.
Any person suffering from disease in
dironic or aggravated form, is invited to
consult Dr. Pierce by letter free. AH
correspondence strictly private and con
fidential. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce
Buffalo, H. Y.
There is no alcohol in "Golden Med
ical Discovery," and it is entirely free
from opium-, cocaine, and all other nar
cotics Accept no substitute for Golden Med
ical Discovery." The main motive at
substitution is the dc-sire of the dealer to
make a little more profit out of you by
filing you a less meritorious medicine.
Race Called Off With Columbia
Two Hiles From Home and
Shamrock Quarter of a Mile
Astern of Her.
Columbia Leads at Start.
Xew York, Sept. 26. The yachts
got a good start with the Columbia
iu the lead and apparently gaining.
New York, Sept. 26. (Special to
the Journal-Miner.) There was a
magnificent race today between the
Shamrock and Columbia. The
weather was ideal. Tremendous
crowds were in attendance. The
Shamrock led for the firt ten miles
and then the Columbia gained stead
ily and the two boats turned the first
stakeboat together. The home run
was magnificent. At 2 o'clock the
wind began dying out. In a light
wind the Columbia outsailed her an
tagonist easily. At 3 o'clock it was
evident that the yachts could not
finish the race within the time limit.
4:40 p. in. The race was called off
when the Columbia was two miles
from home with the Shamrock a
quarter of a mile astern. It was auy
IkxIv's race almost from the betrinniui'
! to the end.
His Answer to the Question of a Young
Man About to Take a Wife.
A young man recently wrote to the
editor of The Ladies' Home Journal
asking: "What have you to say,
squarely and fairly, to a young man
of twenty-nine who is about to
marry?' In the October Journal Mr.
r l S i r .
DOC uses a paw ior ins answer, its
salient points are these: that a man
should make the woman of his choice
his chum, as well as his wife: that he
should show her the highest consider
ation as well as love her; that he
should remember that he owes his
wife to her tmtother, and treat his
mother-in-law with respect, at least;
that he should keep his wife informed
as to his income; that he should give
her a regular allowance and that he
should have his life insured in her
favor. And above all, when a young
man marnes he must rememter that
he leaves a world of self and enters
into a world of another and self.
H. H. HELM'S Assay Office!
Next to W. F.& Co.'s Office,
Prompt Attention Given to Samples
Sent bv mail or K
AELE TO WORK AGAIN.
Mr, John L. Coughenour, of Glecsavage,
Bomerset Co, Fenna.. writes: "I had been
docton-.ff for about a year and a half, being
unable 10 wr-k mod of the time. The doctor
aaid I had heart disease and indigestion, n
began with .-. eliding and oppressed feeling in
the chest ; later on I was troubled with a hungry
feeling, and I secraed to be raw from mv throat
clear down into Bay stomach.' My appetite was
unuual!y poor, I wa weak and' nervous, and
my heart l:ept throbbing continually, and I waa
abort cf breath. Finailv I wrote" to you for
advice. I did not thinlc votir itianncic ..
right, but I ordered six bottles of CoMenMeH.
leal Discovery' and began its use. After using
Ulree ootucs I began to improve slowly and
aoon -went to work, and I have been working
ever since - B
H. E. ARM! TAGE,
a. A. I. 51 .
mining and Mechanical Eaj-r.eir.
Mines examined and reasartad on lailianlii
given on Milling and ataataat aotka.
fort Office box 23 ' . Pm
SUFFERED ALL THE TIME."
rel that I w..utd be doing an injustice to
I did not send you a statement of my
nTc? ss'I had hveTccSn "aimnd
.c. powras w. h. MERBi-n
POWERS & riERRITT,
United States Mineral Surveyors,
I in Real Ertate and Negotiate L:..ia-
J. B. GIRAND,
Civii and ."lining Engineer,
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyei
who ir. . sunerea an me time with swimming
in mv head ; ceart beat too fast ; my feet and
hands were coid all the time. Did not sleep
well at all Was able to get about but very
little I c imn-.-nced to us Dr. Pierce s Colden
Medical Discovery and ' Pleasant relicts 1 in
May. 1897. and by December I could begin to
get about very well Have been doing mv work
ever since except washing Feel better 'than I
have for several years. I would recommend Dr.
Pierce s medicines to all who are troubled as I
was. I am now sixty one years old and I thank
wou most kindly for the happy relief and cure."
Dr. Pierce's P'.e-asant Pellets assist the
iction of the H Discovery " and should be
ised with it when a laxative is needed.
AztUm Lodge No. I, F. & A. M.
e at Ma-. mit
rday of eacL
e frater: alls
Regular meetings of thi; !,
nail, 8 p. m. tn the last s,
month. Sojourning brethern
invited to atteLd.
A. D. BAT-VHAET, T. M.
S. K. FREDERICKS, Seeretarv.
Examining Committee,-K. X. Fr ieri-k-A.
A. Job Morris Gold water.
Fits ,tt Chanter Hn 2,tLE.
r. x. r
K. K. Frt
mmnmcations the first -nturdavs of
at 7 o'clock p. in. Visiting com
rdiany invited to attend.
R. H. HETHKK1N' TO.V, u p
:DERI( K"s, Secretary.
Committee. Mo.-ri QoM wavier,
cricks. A. A. Johns.
Ivan Coairnantiery No. 2. K. T.
R. at F
!ave first Fridav of each month
nights cordiallv Invited
. . E. wtua, E.E.
- W WVKlWlliaiiV IS.' L.L.L,
The Short and
Only Scenic RotTE to the
A triUai C;,ASs LUtX Ts)
"exas and Oi.-j Mexico
Ma-onie : .
H A Rl i ;
'LE CHAPTER No. 1, meeu in i
on the first Thursday in each
8 w. MTNDS, WortLv Matron
". OLIVER, S-eretarv".
PresctjtiL - Te No. 1. KNiGHTS OF PYTHI AS
ting of this lodge everv Mondav
I P hnll. Sojournitig knights iii
'-ecordially invited to attend 1
(.eo.t. rne. c.c i
ca-. .-.s-d ;:i;i.HO'D
Ua1lKI.I.ga IS AMBHiCA.
Ten Leading Questions.
These are the questions to be pass
ed upon by the board of inquiry an-
I pointed by Secretary Long upon the
, di baaud of Rear Admiral Schlev:
1. The conduct of Rear Admiral
Schley iu connection with the events
of the Santiago campaign.
2. Why was the flying squadron
delayed off Cienfuegos?
3. What caused the slow progress
from Cienfuegos to Santiago?
4. The reasons for the retrogade
movement from Santiago?
f The justification for the diso
bedience of orders of the navv de
partment of May 25, 1898.
6. What was the condition of the
coal supply of the squaddron. the
facilities for coaling, and the necessity
j it any, for going to hey Y est to coal,
(and were the reports of Schley rela
j tive to this subject accurate?
7. Did Schley make proper effort
: to capture or destroy the Colon when
that ship was first sighted in the en
' France to Santiago harbor and the
Spanish vessels lying inside the en
trance made at proper ranges?
8 Was the blockade of Santiago
harbcr, as maintained by Schley ade
quate? 9. Was the turn or loop made by
the Brooklyn during the battle of
July 3 a proper movement?.
10. The propriety of Schley's con
duct in the controversy with Lieut.
Hodgson in relation to the loop of the
Brooklyn during the battle, in the
. nsiiing colloquy and in the subse
quent correspondence cn the subject?
If during the sessions of the court
any other matters having a bearing1
on the controversy come up, the court
must investigate them also. The in
quiry is not restricted to the ten
main heads mentioned.
Following is the daily report of in
struments filed in the county record
er's office, as reported by the Prescott
Title company :
J C Scott locates Yirginia mine
Win Mengvr et al locates Sher
man and Sheridan mines, Mineral
Henry B Bates to D C Ac W C
Thorne, lis pen. quiet title to Good
enough mine, Eureka dist.
John Wilaoa, J S Smith, et al, in
corporate Jerome' Canon Copper Co,
cap stk $1,000,000.
C R Knutson to R M Flood & Chas
F Averv, deed. Blind Fraction mine,
Verde dist, 10.
W S Collier Ac Will Remington to
T G Xorris. J of Zulu Xo 2 mine.
Lynx Creek dist, S20.
Kingston Mining Co files aff of lo
cation work on tive mines, Casile
John Chanev to Lime Creek Cop
per Co, deed. Myrtle Ac Helen mines.
Geo W Murray locates Hidden
Treasure mine. Walker dist.
John 0CSonnell files A of A W on
Glyna Ac Jack Rabbit mines. Harper
A B Demary et al locate Giant
mine, Hassayamp dist.
L S MeLaiu locates Creole and
Alcazar mines. Martinez dist.
C H Lincoln to Lincoln Gold Min
ing and Milling Co deed. S P Carlan
and Yellow Jacket mines, Peck dist:
Miszona Mineral Co appoints J J
J W Prodia, T G Xorris anil J C
Herndon tile A of A work on five
mines. Weaver dist.
X L Griffin to Pan American Min-
x a in,, ,.
in t.0 ueeti. Hidden treasure mine.
The Baumann Copper Company
Places an Exhibit of Ore From
Its Mines in the Show Window
of E. A. Kastner & Co.
The Ore Which Took the Medai and a
Diploma at the World's Fair Came
From This Property.
xne tiaumann copper company
today placed a unique display of ore
in the show window of E. A. Kastner
Ac Co., and it has attracted a large
crowd around the window ever since
it was exposed to view.
A large sized map of the property.
showing its relative location as to the
al ertle smelter and the Agna Fria
river surmounts the exhibit, the map
being the work of Jules Baumann,
secretary and general manager of the
company. A tanuer containing the
names of the officers and directors of
the company is beneath this while
along side of this banner is a medal
awarded to Mr. Baumann. at the
World's Fair, for ore from this
property. On a pedestal adjoining
these is a bronze medal also awarded
to him for the finest sample of copper
ore on exhibition at the fair.
Arranged around the floor of the
show window are goodly samples of
ore from some of the claims of the
company, being from the Red Cross,
Alice, Laura, Swiss Girl and Arizona
The company owns twenty five
claims, and there are from 1500 to
2KK) feet of development done on
them, proving the merits of the prop
erly. Jlr. liaumann, who is geuearl
manager, is quite jtositive tnat with
the expenditure of a few thousand
dollars, cleaning out the shafts and
tunnels, he can commence taking out
good shipping ore.
The ore on exhibition is of excel
lent qual.ty and it would not take a
very large body of this class to place
the property on a dividend paying
Schraeder's Domestic Troubles.
Otto Schrader, the diviue healer
who left Phenix rather unexpectedly
last week, after a short visit here, has
turned up in Los Angeles. The press
of that city says the following of him.
"Schrader is in distress. He save his
wife left Phenix, Arizona, for Los
Angeles the 10th inst., accompanied
by her aunt, and that now he cannot
find her. Mail addressed to her here
and in San Francisco wan returned to
him and he cannot imagine what has
become of the two women. Schrader
THE REAL BREEDERS OF DISORDER
went to the newspaper offices and the
T police vestenlav and sought in forma
Chas J t he s taut aDQ jfe to John tion on nov. to locate his absent
ShtpTer-antl w;re-riel: .and in Sec i snkise. to whom he had lieen mar
ried four years, he says They were
26 X. R 4. E $100
at iii m :
J. CP. A FT
HPS ' MDEk'OF RED ME
XOth Rr '
OF FX I TED
dav evening -Hall.
r.j. f a p. l.
Tb most non v;iiiit ail yenr-'mon.:
rcurt for i-ecjdo in this section.
The LINE to the LAXD of
LEAD AND ZINC.
Send your friends iuthe Old States one
ni .jut illustrated in:phleU, entitled
"The Top of the Orarka."
"Feiihers and Fins on the Frisco."
"Fruit Farming JMsng the Frisco."
"The Ozark Uplift."
'There is Something to See Along the
FrUco Line. '
The most i-omprehensfverailroad liter
ature 1,-r the homeseeker or mv estor ever
N-nd an address to Boom No. 728 Cen
tury Building, St. Louis, and we will
A Pioneer's Death.
Steve Condron. one of the pioneers
of this county, died last evening- at 6
o'clock at the Sisters' hospital where !
he had ljeen under the treatment of
Dr. McXally for about two weeks, j
He was afflicted with Blight's disease I
and heart disease.
Several years ago he was injured
by being thrown off a wagon and he
never fully recovered from the effects
of it. yet despite his age and infirm
ities he made the trip to the Klon
dyke during the first excitement and
remained there almost a year.
Deceased was about 6ayears old at
tlw time of his death. He came to
this section in the sixties and had re
mained in the county ever since, be
ing located at Walnut Groye where
he owned a fine ranch.
During his last illness he' was
nursed devotedly by his wife, and she
took his remains to Walnut Grove to
day for burial. Besides her he leaves
two children to mourn his loss.
He was an honorable and upright
" e1 "-1 1 i-u, one wnose I (jp uf
death is a keenly felt loss to the com- I ,;et USm
wife tef Chas A
Chestnut, mtge, same land.
L H Ehle files pre umption claim
2 miles north of Thompson valley.
J C Forest, G H Frislie and Jultan
Millard incorporate Bunker Hill Gold
Mining Co capital stock, 51,000,000.
Frank Belles and wife to T J Car
rigau . deed. Mary mine. Walker dist;
T J Carritmn and wife to Bunker
Hill Gold Mug Co deed, Mary mine
Walker dist and Bunker Hill and
ami Sedgwick mines, Big Bug dist.
Chas Shoef to W S Pratt deed,
Bunker Hill anil Sedgewick mines.
Big Bug dist.
W S Pratt and wife to Bunker Hill
Gold Mining Co three-fourths Bun
ker Hill and Sedgwick mines, Big
Guy L Cowan files A of A work on
Florence and Elizalieth mines, Tiger
United States to R C Bates patent
land in Sec 11, Twp 10 X. R 3 W.
R C Bates and wife to D E An
drews deed, same laud.
John O'Connell to Joe Mayer deed.
Golden West and Hidden "Treasure
The Myers Able Co to J C Har
rington, rise attchmt on lot 21, blk E,
Marcus Fields locates "San Maun"
mine. Walker dist.
Geo () Bold and Chas J George
amends location of Red Jacket, Xo 3,
4, 6 and 7 mines. Verde dist.
Geo O Ford locates Red Jacket
Xos 2. 5. 8 anil It mines.
S E Garrett to J E Johnson and
W J Sitherwood, mtg, Oxford Saloon.
intending to conduct a lodging house
in Los Angeles, and thus make a liv
ing, while he conducted his mission
ary work in this section. Sch radar
says he doesn't do so much healing
a of yore, but never refuses w hen
asked, to lay on hands ami banish
Schrader stopped one day in Pres
cott on his journey to Los Angeles.
His decision to get down to honest
work is a good one but in all proUi
bility his wife realized that she would
be compelled to perform the work
connected with running a lodging
house, while he paraded the streets
Who are the breeders of disorder in
this country? Who are the men who
stir up strife between rich and poor?
Who are the men who persistently
hold up the successful and prosperous
man to public odium? Who are the
men who continually deny the fact
and publish assertion after assertion
that our vaunted prosperity is noth
ing but a humbug, and that the or
dinary, plain citizeu has id share or
part in it ?
Vt Ilea we linil these men, when we
enact a law that shall cover their of
fenses, we shall not only have placed
the responsibility where it belongs.
but we shall at least have done some
thing to protect the person not merely
of the chief magistrate of the nation,
but of every man who by his ability,
his thrift, his hard work, has raised
himself up iu the community to be
the mark of the envy, hatred and
malice of those who lack not only his
power of bmin. but his power of work
To the men who have been the fo-
menters of disonler and prejudice it
is nothing that the deposits in the
savings lianks a!l over the country
have during the last few years,
broken all records. It is nothing
that the fanners have paid off
mortgages and have spent millions in
improving their farms. It is nothing
that the trafllc receipts of the rail
roads are unprecedented, that all
lines of industry are prosperous, that
thousands of homes are going up in
all towns and cities of the country,
that work is plentiful and wages
higher than ever. Their continual
cry is that the country is going to
ruin, that it is being handed over to
the trusts and the great millionaires
and their syndicates and, therefore,
the poor man has no longer even a
chance to earn his bread.
For mouths past the Xew York
Journal and its Cincinnati imitator
has published every morniug until
recently a cartoon in which the Pres
ident and Senator Haaa were depict
ed as robbers working with the trusts
to exploit, degrade and rob the com
We have read the demogogue utter
ances of Senator Tillman in the sen
ate, anil we remember, to our sorrow,
the appeal to class prejudice of the
present editor of the "Commoner;"
his "Gems are still in use. We re
member how he told the woi king man
that those who hold mortgages on
pnperty today are worse than slave
drivers of the south ever were. '
Here is the root of evil, not in John
Most beer saloon, not iu the den of
the Patterson Anarchists, but iu the
suictum of the conepited editors, in
the atmosphere of political "pistle j
trims." and in the home of dema
gogues, there we shall find the under
lying cause that produced that Gold
manite whose weak mind, inflamed by
fancied wrongs, urged him to the
deed that startled the civilized world.
Jackson Ohio Sun.
MINES AND MINING.
II'CABE EXTENSION STRIKE.
Good Ore Found at a Depth ot One Hun
dred and Seventy-five Feet
Mine Constantly Improving.
Ever since the first ore indications !
were encountered in the shaft of the j
McCabe Extension shaft the ore has ;
improved in quality with depth as I
well as becomes more solid and the i
width of the ore body has increased.
E. R. McDowell returned last even-'
ing from a visit to the property and
lata irmkiiiD- ore which he has not vs.t at once on the property on a large
had assayed, but with comparison ! SCale- It is already a pretty well de-!
with samples assayed, it is estimated I sloped mine and it should not re
that it will easily run from 25.00 to 1.uire a ffreat outlay of money to I
S30.00. He savs the ore is coming P on a Pg oa13- 13 80111
into the shaft much stronger and it i ,nat bodies ot ore are Known to
has all the appearance of a perma-1 ei,st ? the ,mlne- There was qmte i
a lhhi sizeu let in u inr-i e at uuc sausc
John Koberts came in from the 1 than one hundred shares will be is
Santa Maria country and brought up sued. All drafts made payable to C.
some beautiful specimens of native F. Riblet, treasurer, Prescott, Ari-
copper ore which wen- taken from the : zona.
Vulcan mine, owned by Rudkin and The officers of the company ae as
Savage on Copper creek. Mr. Rob- follows: President, Geo. H. Schuer
erts' company, known as the Copper man, proprietor of the Schuerrnaa
Creek Consolidated Copper company, house, Prescott, and member of the
owns the first extension of the Vulcan board of supervisor!; vice president,
and expect to find the same class of B. H. Smith, ex-member of the city
ore in their property. Mr. Roberts council and a prominent business man
also reports that John Xeiman is j of Prescott; secretary, J. H. Robin
shipping a car ioad of copper glance son. clerk of the board of supervisors;
from his claims on Copper creek to treasurer, C. F. Riblet, until recently
the Val Verde smelter. a prominent business man of deve-
T. G. Xorris has closed a deal with I land' 0hio; attorney. Col. J. F. Wil
D. J. Jones whereby the Yamell j 90n1' a Prominent attorney of Prescott,
mine will be worked again. Frank , and "-delegate congress from lin-
R Riedler la at nresent the nwner nf , directors, the above named offl-
1 "r .' " ' ...,i . r,l Dl 1- I T TXT TT:1
1 1 il CA1. iJlUll (1UU cf. TV. TV LI
son, both merchants of Prescott, and
P. J. Farley, county recorder.
th nrnnprlr It is annn.in! that cers, ana-l. . AKeTS, postmaster Ot
x I J -
broutrht in with him some samples of i development work will be commenced
nent ore body
The shaft is now down 1 id feet
which is just 125 feet above where
they expected to strike ore. In their
prospectus they announced that they
expected to sink 300 feet before strik-
and the present indications are that
there will be a much larger one.
A letter received yesterday by C.
M . Zander, Secretary of the Arizona
Exploration ,'and Development com-
STOCK HAS ADVANCED.
The Sonora Mining and Milling Com
pany Continues to Show Up Wall.
ing and encountering it; as they have ! parjy, from W. Pomeroy, the com
so much sooner it is very gratifying to
them, as it demonstrates that any
mistakes made in their representa
tions or their judgment of the prop
erty have been in favor of the stock
holders. They expect to continue
sinking to the 300-foot level before
running anv drifts, unless the ore
should increase very materially and
more than is expected.
Our Special Edition.
Mr. L. S. Gamble arrived in Jerome
on w ednesdav tor the purpose ot
writing up the Jerome district in bis
reoort of the mines in the county, to
be published in a special illustrated
winy field representative and dated at
Bowie, brings encouraging news.
Mr. Pomeroy has been prospecting
in the Chiricahua range, where he
says there is a large mineral belt in
which copper and lead seem to pre
dominate. He says there are many
prospectors at work, but little depth
has been attained as yet. Myers and
Walker have shipped several carloads
of lead ore which gave good returns.
Ruby Haddon. formerly of Goldfierd.
has a good property and Mr. Ponie-
WhenCon O'Keefe said that he
had been looking for a second Cobra
Grande mine and thought he had
found it in an old silver mine in Altar
district, Mexico, his friends did not
doubt the honesty of his assertion,
and from his past experience had no
occasion to doubt the correctness of
his judgment. A number of them
identified themselves with the com
pany he formed, the Sonora Mining
and Milling company, by the pur
chase of stock, solely on his represen
tation of the property and as far as
development work has progressed
rov savs he found manv claims that i 'hey have had no occasion to regret
he' believes will prove rich with pro- i their action from the showing made
per development. Chris Grauer is i or to lessen their conhdence in Mr.
putting in a Huntington mill with i O'Keefe's judgment. The Tucson
MBA ii,i ntnti.r in a L- ni rtitri-r-rt v ' Star sDeakinir of this Drooertv savs:
"A J I B) TT V - Ullll I JL sj su M V sa-va. aft vjaa-vai w j 1 A t-f a M a a
edition of the Journal-Miner, which ; at th? head of Pinnery canvon thirty The recent development of the So
is to be issued December 1. The miles south of Bowi.-. Mr" Pomeroy nora Milling & Mining company's
main object of the edition is to give i has his eye en one or two good prop- mines in the Altar district has caused
eastern investors an insight into the j erties. in fact, has partially negotiated ! an advance in the value of shares of
opening mining field of this county. for hond on one in the "name of his the company to fifty cents. Those
aud the report will be the most at- mmnanv fter further DrosoectinaT : who have seen the properties say
curate and comprehensive ever pub-! ;n the Chiricahua rantre he expects to i they are veritable bonanzas so far
i t i . l . t ai . . . J?. .. I it j i . m v at
lish-fl nn tK rvinntu Ttrunlr tKr,uc ;
and copies are already assured, ten
thousand of which will be distributed
free iu the Mining Exposition to be
take a trip thron.
rh Skeleton valley.
the development thus far shown. The
values are gold and silver. Con
O'Keefe, the president of the com
pany, is one ot the most successful
A ?10.000 mining sale was consum-
held in the Palace of Arts in Xew mated here yesterday through which mining men in the territory. He was
York during the month of December the "94" property, a patented mine in j one of the original owners and pro
and the balance of the edition will be Peeples valley, in Weaver district, j moters of the Cobrc Grande copper
distributed by private banking ; passes from the possession of Mrs. J. mines, out of which so many fortunes
houses among their clientage through-; J. Gardiner of this city to Harry have already been made and he
out the large cities of the east. The j Hanna and a partner, both of whom thinks he has as good property in
edition will be profusely illustrated. , reside in Prescott. The deal was ; silver and gold in the Altar district
including both the cities and towns half cash and half stock and the cash as he had in copper in the Greene
of the county and all of the great i payment was made yesterday. The consolidated mines. These mines of
purchasers have had an option on the j the Sonora Milling & Mining corn
property for the last ninety days, ; pany are tributary to Tucson, aa
much of the business of the Altar
district is done here. A number of
our people are investing in Con
mining plants. It will certainly at
tract widesDread attention in the
eastern states and it is to be hoped their time expiring yesterday. The
will be the means of bringing many new company have a good mining
investors aud a large amount of capi-1 property adjoining and they were
tal to the county this winter. Jerome very anxious to secure this by reason
Xews. I of its nearness and its probable value.
I During the life of their bond they
Mining and Mineral Exposition. sampled the ore freely and are satis-
I fied that they have a bargain. Fear
The mining exposition which is to j mjf that their bond would ex-
oe neiu in .ew iom cuv, :u uie
nire hefore the deal was con-
Grand Central Palace December 2d , summatted thev came down to
to mn. win tie tne nrst presentation
OKeefes new mining proposition
largely upon his judgment, aa they
have much confidence in him.
Democratic pajiers are commencing
thus early to quote the late President
McKinley and to hwld his utterances
as sound political doctrine. This is
with his long hairand in his long gown i certainly very encouraging, though
which may account for her being I up to the time of his death they could
missing, ut all the modem day
fakirs, this man Schrader heads the
AN ALLEGED PLOT.
not find anything in him. his policy,
or his speeches which they could
commend. It took a quarter of a
century for them to appreciate the
Work at Crown Point
Jack Hanlon, superintendent of the
r .! . - a i . y-, a
came down tc crown romi mine, owneu Dytoi. a.
Wickersburrr Sunday and drove out I 0. Brodie, was in Phenix last night,
of the practical branch of the mineral jnto the country after Samuel Frank! having brought a bunch of cattle
infliicirv ti tb.. financial Mintap rtf tha t - . 1 r . 1 t ir 4 X . J A t . U 1:10
iiui u aula luc uiiio.
When asked about the work at the
Brodie mine, Mr. Hanlon said that the
mine was being cleared of water as
fast as possible now and that new
men were being put on whenever
they could be used to good advan
tage. They have a flow of about 16,
000 gallons a day from the mine.
which will be used to good advantage
ministry to tne nnanciai cenier 01 me Hn the father of .Mrs. ciardner and
country. It is now assured of a de- who nas superintended the develop
partment not originally planned by . ment work on the mine, and brought
by its management in exhibits to be him to Phenix to assist in completing
made by railroads, mining bureaus. I .he transaction. The property is
and commercial associations of the j g0ifj) assaying as high as J49.50 per
products of their various mining dis- i ton though the average is from Il5
-nets. I to $16 per ton. There is a twenty
Judging from the inquiries receiv- jnch ledge and though the deepest
ed. this will be a most important 1 Khaft is onlv thirty five feet deeD and
feature of the exposition and assures : jjj m gootl ore. The formation is i in operating the stamp mill, the lack
an abundance of ores and mineral enmite ami the ore body crops on the of sufficient water supply having been
for exposition in connection with the i 3Urface for a long distance.it being
machinery, supplies and new mven- i estimated that 2,000 tons are in sight
tions of the mineral industries to be where the ledge has fallen over and
exhibited by the leading manufac-' the country rock has been washed
turers. - IU:IV by rains. It is understood the
The exposition will broadly cover 1 MW owners will go to work to sys
every mineral product of Mother ! tematically develop the mine and Mr.
Earth, and the machines, appliances ; vfe Franklin says he believes they
and processes necessary to produce nave a bonanza. Republican,
them for the commercial markets. I
A Man Arrested in St. Louis Who and policy of Abraham Lincoln, when
Confesses that the Murder of his opinions were given a place in
President McKinley Was democratic political text Iwoks, on
Planned by Anarchists. -he stump by democratic orators aud
in the columus of democratic news-
Strangely rapid at times are the
mutations of government in
A telegram from St. Louis says:
Eil. Sastig, who was arrested here
this morning as an accomplice of
Czolgosz. has made a confession giv- i country. When the regiment of
ing the details of the plot that result-1 Rough Riders were organized for the
ed iu the assassinatiou of the presi
dent. The confession implicates
The minerals include . gold, copper.
wisdom and soundness of judgment I silver, zinc, lead, arsenic, aluminum.
platinum, mcsie, iron. un. cooaii. an
timony, manganese, chromic iron, pe- j
troleum and its products, coal, clay
aad products, precious stones, mica,
asbestos, cement, asphaltum, cordum,
emery, graphite, quartz, marble,
buhi-stone, tripoli, pumice stones,
flourspar, barytes, feldspar, slate,
carborundum, grindstones, oilstones, '
this sulphur, iron pyrites, mineral paints,
sandstone, phospate rock, gypsum,
salt, limestone, granite, etc., and min-
THE BUCKHORN 6R0UP.
The Home Gold Mining and Develop
ment Company Organized to De
velop This Promising
Frank Harrigan of the Dewey hotel
in Philadelphia, and declares that on
the Monday preceding the assassina
tion of the president, Sastig and
Emma Goldman met at St. Louis and
arranged the details of the crime.
era I wiiters
war with Spain its members little I The general manager, Allen S.
thought thai within a little more than ' Williams, room 629 Park Row build
three yean their colonel woidd be ! inS. w York, states that the Min
the military governor of Cuba aud i !? il?1!
one of the chief difficulties in the
past. Active operations at the mine
were stopped last spring on account
of the coal strike in Colorado and
Xew Mexico, but were resumed a
short time ago and they expect to be
running a large force before long.
Mr. Hanlon stated that the matter of
the road, from Crown Point connect
ing with the Keystone road at Wick
enburg, had been laid before the
Santa Fe company and was awaiting
their action. The road will enable
the freighters to the mine to make a
four day trip, while the present route
from Kirkland is a six day trip.
Col. Brodie and his family are now
in Xew Jersey, but will return to the
mine next month. Enterprise.
muuity in which he lived.
Mexican Fake Schemes.
It is interesting to read some of the
: profits claimed from rubber planta
tions. As a matter of fact there are no
I rubber plantations m Mexico.
I are several rublier nurseries and some
; gum shoes, mackintoshes and nipples
out no niMiier orchards. It
. BENNETT. W. M .
are cordially i
A. J. UEilNI .
-s. .-. I ll a l J
ets firt and thirn
B. SMlTi.', h.
Arizona LoJ; Ra, !, L 0. 0. F.
Regular BaaMtag ;...,
aaa t ,v i fi ,
in ruouer is purely prouiematical.
The man who can see three hundred
yards into a mine and tell you what
the ore goes, can also tell jou what
a am of rubber will produce ten
years from now . Xo other man can. !
The oil swindler has also broken
loose and several prospectuses are :
t. HREF P. S
TV Wr-'' --
ing are cor-
a ;:, n. o.
Digests what vou eat.
! It artificially Age ta th- food and aids
; Nature In attreagthnii g ani ieooa
Jtructing the exhausted digestive or
j gans. Itisthelatestdisi nvtr-?ft(i st-
j an., and toDic No other prepar xifv
can approach it in efficiency. If in-
, ands of dollars have been expended
hrciutncia f nl in.f T T ...... V ..... . . . ... . . I.
John and Frank Luke and wife to
Win J Rainev. "I'mon" aud "Lib
erty" mines, S50.000.
Wm J Rainev and wife to Union
Gold Mining Co. $50,000.
Richard DeKuhn to Monarch G Ac
" rv ..i v i
nm. i v .iiuiu yjy riru-u mines, erne
I here j- . cton
Thos Larson to Frank Hollister j
and wife, rise mtg.
Frank Hollister and wife to Peter '
Staderman. mtge. lot 17, blk 11, Jer-
Recd. ' Sastig declares that he was the mau
' Bu" who tied the handkerchief about Czol
gosz s hand.
j of the United States
It is the easiest thing
the general public and demonstrate an old citizen of the place.
An advertisement appears in this
issue of the Home Gold Mining and
Development company. The incorpo
rators with one exception are, all old
time citizens of Prescott, and the gen- mHA years. He has unbounded
tleman constituting thisexception has I faith in the property but working a
come to Arizona to stay and become j claim single handed and without
T-i means is a Slow process, dui ur suc-
if n mi- : .
eeeueci m running
John Berry has given a lease and
bond on his Lincoln mine on Lynx
creek. Mr. Berry has owned the claim
and worked it, at intervals, as he
could earn the means to do so for
a . .
le n.i,Ui! . . - . . ... ... . . . . . .... ceeded in running a tunnel on me
r. j ?n: Kf81 roPor?.n' In pany l mines consist ot nve partially vei fo ninet eend ig sinking two
A hll.mernii.. irwlnetriAc ms nv asi tn affi.rf. a ran. ,, ... V. . " .
.tiouquerque industries, as well as to afford a ren-
devous and mart for practical miners,
, , . I stockholders, engineers, geologists,
in the world .., j n k . i
luanuiOL uicid, auu un nuu cue ai
to traduce a public official by setting j ready financially or sentimentally in
up false premises and then argue terested. Provision has been made
from the premises as fact. This is ' for eompanies or associations desiring
.. . ... .i ... to hold meetings or conventions dur-
It is very difficult to spell phoneti- " , , u ' in& the fifteen the Exposition.
I cally in English the name of Czolgosz ! 'ts ft repeated referen"e to .the
tlie miscreant who shot j'n.Sident au" u"m" 1 ua,,uK
McKinley. The uearest to it is ernor Murphv with lieing its
How to Pronounce the Assassin's Name.
developed claims, located alxnit six ; shafts, one thirty-five feet deep and
mile northeasterly from Consrress the other fifteen feet. Suver is the
a; J aU.ut twelve miles from Kirk- . predominating metal in the ore and it
, j i-a. t vj , runs from fortv-four to eighty ounces
land. They are known as the Buck- and g m tom
horn -roup and consist of the Buck- jhe mines are located within about
hon:. Elkhorn. Phillip, Double Denny : six or seven miles of Prescott, and
and Little Douglass claims. Mr. Berry states that the Penn Gold
VLof. nnmn,, th m.v.nv tl... -Mining COIIipanj Ui0 ieu.lT
0 , , . j 7 .
"Schawigosch," but this
correct. There is a suggestion of the
; letter "T in the combination "Cz" at
: the beginning of the name and the
. letter "L" is slurred over iu rapid
; pronounciation. The name might be
II a l .? 1 . t,m .
RF Coffin Incite "Vato-it..K" speiieo. pnoueiuaiiy as "lschawi-
mine. Bi" Buo-ilist i gosch. but the sound of the "T" is a
. little too harsh, as the combination
"Cz" is more like the German "sch" ' nls t1
i The sound of the letter "L" fades . an exp! "
A gentleman who has recently re- away when pronounced bv a na- themselves
There was a slump in coDDer in
to it is ;ruor .Murphy with lteing its author. London on Tuesday and in conso
ls not quite ; Governor Murphy had no more to do quence thereof a large amount of cop-
with the placing of that populist j V stock was sold.
larties visited the claims and satis
lied themselves of their merits. Of
course at present they are only mines
iu embrvo and will take considerable
I ome, ,3(0.
ted a claim adjoining the Lincoln.
Geo. C. Waddell and Frank Kuhne,
two enterprising citizens and good
miners, have taken a bond on the Dan
O'Boyle property, in the Hassayampa
district known also as the Quartz
Mountain group. The property was
.. t. , i , - T I rr. I . : .1 . . . i , 1 . L.
tne nen lannn mine anu is taking out ers. ine suriace inuicaiioiis, luougn. owned am workeu ior years oy inc
plank iu a republieau platform than I J. R. Slack was in town today from capital to develop them to a point
the editor of the Courier had. As to Groom C reek. He says he is working where thev will become dividend pay
u: ..u.., t . :.. . . i the Bemamin mine and is taking out i ers. Ihe surface indications, though
iii aiiij-- ui-:ii iitin in n-ieienee m , - . . . , . u , . ... r, i. . , , , . .. , , -
, . : . . good ore. ine Benjamin nas a good as wen as tne snowing mane wun me iate Iran t tsoyie ana in its eariy ms-
UU8 popu exp , ination nHroru heretofore and good things are work performed, an most flattering torv produced considerable rich ore.
or apoh y i Deeded. Neither does expected of it in the future. and encouraging, as it is estimated It is said that ore which will go $100
Prescottite Grown Rich.
The foundation for
the smelter at
not announcing the sale of valuable I turned from a visit to Mexico reports i tiveof Poland. There is no'mcauing
-r nam to statehood need
i as thev speak for the Blue Dick is completed and work
I ir as his sincerity is is being pushed on its construction as
J ;J T. .L - .
oil stocks in Mexico. There is no oil
in Mexico. Some California gentle
men have bought several tracts of
land, erected a stockade and are bor
ing for "ile" but they haven't struck
it. Anyone can bore for oil who has
BV to go to that expense. Thous
that EL J. Austin, formerly a resident i to the name of Czolgosz.
of Prescott. has grown rich in that F. H. Wolowski.
country. At the time of the trouble Manager Polish National PublisLin
among the ( obre (jraude people Mr.
Austin cast his fortune with W. C.
Greene and remained with him dur-
-ts ev-ry Second
fit each n.onth .
standing arc rnr-
all other rcr
inuieestion, Heart bur
bour Stomach, Nausea,
he. i-.tstialeU, Crari-, v.id
ilteof tmaerfectdigc tion.
ing all the legal complications which
ensued over the property. It is stat
ed that when Greene obtained undis
puted possession of the mine, Mr.
Austin realized handsomely from his
interests in it and mat he recent v
very rich mine near
A Just Tribute to the Section Hand.
A Sante Fe brakemau. writing from
Las Vegas. X. ML, to the Railway
Employes' Journal, a Sau Francisco
railroad publication, pays the follow
ing tribute to the section mau: "You
must understand that the section
E. E. f .URINGAM'Z & Co
BRISLEY DRUG CO and W. W. ROSS
Establish, in o.lorad..
Gold a d
CoacCTtr. rioa Tests
-1 17mH Le--retire - -
Reliable : Asavs!
ilver. Lead 1.25
Silver an i.
Goad and f--iver . 7S I Q
Lead MOI . .-.
tfT- Hi-. ... -1 r eaid f..r h illion. !
OGDEN Assay Company
12 ;.ith Street. liENVER, COLO. I
T Alwayj Fresh,
a Always the Best.
JM r.re sold eveayvltw-re.
ajgf l'A't .sl ajaaaaal tna
aMjja.acmiw.cfl , kt..c:t t,
: 1 1.: t :i i aar a S
111 luuamg 101 011 in .uexico anu not a
gallon has ever been put on the mar
ket at profit. There may be oil in
Mexico. I beHswa there is and hope
mat me muustry and spirit of the acquired another
l. pie who are sjiending their money i Fronteras. Mexico, 120 miles south of hand, the least in salary, is the great
m that direction will be rewarded. Bisljee, and has interested a number 681 factor in railway transportation.
. there is ao oil now aud oil stock ; of capitalists iu it who are devi l, .ping He not only holds the keys to the
IS a pure and simple fake. Anirio i the min.. mmA kit ,t.. ' " ' lives of everv man Hiuni.iwl i.. tl...
all the money for development work, tiain service and thousands of people
He 1- also superintendent and mana- "no inivei over me several lines. Out
Gzolgosz Breaks Down.
Alter his arntal at the Auburn pen
itentiary, and while being stripped
for his prison suit, Czolgosz broke
down completely, screaming and err
ing, n: iking the corridors echo with
evidence of his terror. The break
down was a complete surprise to
every one as he had lieen quite ch.-er-
lu! 011 the tup, eating, and smoking
and tnladatr. lb
for Mrs. McKinley
tab -incut that h
iiid reiterated tin
had 110 me 0111-
ger at good nig -
I V W 1 , 1- ,
.1. a, cor 111s nan a narrow escape
from iieing killed yesterday afternoon.
In blasting for the excavation for the
Lawler block foundation, a shot was
fired which sent a rock living through
a window of Mr. Collin's law office,
just grazing the back of his chair and
lodging against a lot of books iu his
desk. He had vacated the chair less
than two minutes before the affair oe
curr. 1. ' istbepnij thing that
saved him L. H Latin hit and proba
the commerce of his nation is depend
eut upon him to prepare safe road
beds for the quick movement of
trains. I have a wholesome respect
for a section man: and during our
recent heavy rains aud washouts on
Glorietta mountains the most exhilar
ating zephyrs would not dispel the
thought that danger and possihiv
deatb awaited me at the next curve,
but wheu those familiar colors, hi
red and white lanterns, came into
view with signal -all is clear.' it was
a great relief to us .ill on the "head
r .... , . 1. .0 . ... ........
eoncenii - 1 tapiui. u--. j.. -.-....' . . . o m. .ni.ii
tion to get it in operation before the
When news : per or its represen- close of the vear.
tatives, have to resort to plain lying . Thos Elder is iu the city, arriving
and misreprosentai ions about aeon- yesterday morning from Jerome, aud
temporary to get bu-im-s. it seems as coming from Los Angeles a few days
n , ,,1 :, . . . t , 1 rr before. He savs that the Venture
though it w.is in hard straits. If re- T.,, - . , , .
, . , . . 1 . , . .. Hill company stopped the sale of
ports whic.i have reached this office stock, as the company now has suffi-
are corn et, tint is what at least one cient resources to erect a 40-tou
of the PltiauuM papt-r's representative smelter in addition to continuing its
is doing about the Journal-Miner, t, development work. He says the
ha iWvm . iu- tl,,, ,.a;..r k;, r prospects of the company never look
, J ed so bright, and in a short time
lice to say nothing derogatory of its work will begin on the erection of a
contemporaries in a business way. reduction plant.
If we car, not secure business without Mrs. J. j. Gardner yestenlay sold
running down some one else we do the "94 " mining claim, located in the
not want it at all. Weaver district, to Harry Hanna and
Iustea I of trying to w riggle out of others for a consideration of $10,000.
iL. ", . Mrs. Gardner has been in possession
anyth.n 4 I tn Hard to the an- of this property since ltl, and has
archistic --ourse ! c ertaia democratic had her father. Samuel Frank
papers, p. r t tne assassination of lin in charge. The mine is about
President Mcixuilo.., ad their frantic 'ght miles from Congress and the
ir ,w . a k k i iu ore resembles the rock in the mines
efforts to get at the head of the pro- at that p,ace xhe claim is pa,entetl
cession of mourners after the act, nJ ;1iyllt Sl.OOO in develoDtnent
that there are several thousand tons
of pay ore now in sight, and it
is practically impossible to take a
sample from the ledge which does not
give values by assaying.
Average samples, not picked or as
sorted ones, have given assay values
1. gold and silver .
2, " " .
I 12 13
per ton is in sight now ana mis can
be worked at a profit. The mines
have always been considered good
property aiid with the energy that
will be exerted in their development
by the above men they will no doubt
come to the front as dividend payers.
They will commence active work on
them at once.
thereby stamping as falsehood their work has been done. It is estimated
previous assertions, the Journal- ,hat S000 ns ol ore are in
Miner would reiterate all it said with "hiLh "? aVerae 16 1petuJU-
. ,, , ,, , the purchasers own several other
ten fold emphasis. eOMM language be claims g tht. Weaver district and will
I found to express it. Iiegin at once extensive operations.
The capitalization of the company
is $1,500,000, divided into 1.500,000
shares of the par value of $1 per
saare. Fifty per cent of the' stock
will !p placed in the treasury for de-v-
iopment purposes. After sufficient
st ck has lieen sold to put the- prop
er ty upon a ilividend laying Iwsis.
ihe remaining stock iu the treasury
will lie cancelled, thus giving the
stock holders the lo-nefit of dividends
on the actual development sto -k
The democratic party under Cleve
land tried running the government
on a semi-free trade basis. People
have not yet forgotten the disastrous
results which attended the experiment
and the intelligent, thinking men of
that party do not have much to say
on the subject now. There are some
who, when an idea or opinion finds
lodgement in their brain are unable
to remove it, who still cling to free
trade with thssame tenacity that they
do to the free silver idea, the fallacy
of both of w hich have long since been
The democrats are not apt to "go
west" again for their national nomi
nee. Weston states have a way of
A limited amount .f this stock is reversing their own cranks that up-
now !eiug offered to the ,utlic at 25
cents per share. Application for same .
ither C. r. Kiblet,
sets the democratic habits df stub-
can le made to eit
treazurer, or .1 . H. Kobinson. sec re
tary, Preacott, Arizona. Not les-
Some statesmen who were one
shining liifht are now only x-ray.