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ARIZONA WEEKLY JOURNALMlNER,
Established, March 9, 1864. The Pioneer Paper of Arizona.
PRESCOTT, ARIZONA. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER I, 1902.
Thirty -Ninth Yea'-. Single Copies.Five Cents.
Dr. FRANK W. SAWYER,
Physician and Surgeon,
Office Cnion Block, north side of Plais. !
Hours 9 to 11 a. m. : 3 to4 and 7 to a p. m.
W. M. MERR1TT,
Civil and riming Engineer,
L'. S Deputy "lincral Surveyor for Arlzana.
Surreys of land for patent, and survey of
mine workings a specialty.
OFFICE East side of Plaza, next doar
to Sunset Telephone Company.
T. C. Job. E. S. Clark.
JOB & CLARK,
Att orney s -at - La w.
Bank Building - Prracott. Ariznaa.
J. D. WAKELY,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Mining Law. Conveyancing. Office work (
all kinds. Collections. Practice in a.)
Courts. Notary Public.
Room 5, Lawler Block, Prescott, A T
A. B. riADEK
Civil and Mining bnglneer.
tj. 5. Deputy rill Surveyor for
8urvej of la;m 'o.-pirnt and turvtvi af
trJna working a ipeeaaitT.
Office Voom 7 Prescott National Rank Hldj .
Telephone. (Independent; 149.
Attorney -at -Law rescott, Arizonti i
Office in t'.e Otis cuildiuc. East side of plaza.
R. E riORRISON.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Offices, rooms 38. 39. 40. Bank uf Arizona build- 1
inu.Gur'.ey St.. Prercctt. Arizona.
J. H. COLLINS,
Attorneys and Counselors -at -Law.
Prompt attention frfvrn to business of a.l
kinds. Will practice in all courts Office in
the Bead block, over th postoffice, pTeacott.
M. A. I. M. E.
."lining and Mechanical '. n-ineer.
Mines examined and reports, ob ICattzaatea
given on Milling and Reduction Tasks.
Post Office box 2S . Prescott. Arizona.
J. B. OIRAND,
Member ol Western Society Knginee n .
Civii and lining Engineer,
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor,
Office in Prescott National Bank Building,
Aztlaa Lodge No. I F. 4 A. M.
Regular meetings of this . "lc at Ma c
Ball, 8 p. m. on the Last Friday of care
soonln. Sojourning nrethern are fraternally
invited to attend.
A I. BARNHAK1 . W. it.
Morris Goldnarer. Secretary.
Examining Committee, R. N. F: '
A. A. Johns. Morris Goldwater.
hanhoe Commaadery No. 2, L T.
Btated conclave first Friday of each saaawl
Pilgrim Sir Knights cordially Invited.
P . JOHNS, K. E.
R. N Frcderk-ks. Recorder.
GOLDEN RILE CHAi'TER No. 1. meets lu
Masonic Hail on the first Thursday in each
MRS. JENNIE SMITH. W. .;l,v Malum
HARIRET D. OLIVr.K BeCTCCSty. ; .
Prescott Lodge No. I. kMfiiilSOF I'YTBIAS
Regular meeting of this lotjgi- ewr; MiQi:a
mi p m at K of F hnli. stafaantai Knflffhtsn
eooo standing ar? cordiallv invitt .i to Httt-nd.
FRED B. PHILPOTT.C.C.
F. M ROBERTS, K of R aud S.
Prescott Chapter No. 2, R. A. J!.
Stated communications the fir.t -.;. r : tya-of I
MB month at "o'clock p. m. Visiting -im- 1
panmns co.uiallv invited to Htteud.
A. V. BARNHART, H. .
Morrif Goidwaler. Secretary.
Examining Committee. Morris SaMlllM ,
.N. Fredericki. A. A. Johns.
IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN.
Dal TRIBE No., Prescort. Arizona. Reg- !
ular ouncils oi this tribe at Ma-sunir Hall on
the T hini SlMn of Eiirh Seven Suns. 7th Klin.
SOthHreath. Visiting Chiefs in Rood standing
frateinallv invited to af-
GEO. BCKCH, Sa
T. i HARRIS. CBM al Records.
B. P. 0. ELkS.
Issassn Isatai No. 33i, raeet first aim IMM
aVediicsdavs of aaca month. Visiting iiroii-er
are cordiallv invited to attend
J. P. DILLON. E. R.
A. J. IIERNDON, Secretary.
Arizona Lodge No. i. I. 0. 0. F.
Reeuinr mectinc of this loin? ever? W idnes-
dmy evening at Odd Fellows hall. BaJaasnzftflSj i
breti.ren of the order in gtxsi stan-imj. ure ror- !
dialir invited to attend.
t P. BURNETT. S. G.
F. E. WALKER. Sec y.
Preseoti Lodge No. 123, meets every 'I h.usday
night a I f p m . in Odd Fellows' hall. Visiting
BssssfcSifn in mm standinz rordially invited to
attend. CHAS. H. McLANE. Cliaucellor.
Kit KIKHL. Pfr.snuies and kc-or.ier.
A Delightful Bevera?
A Safe Stimulant
A Oood Medicine
FEN S. HiLDRETH. I
1 1 !
A Skeleton in the Closet.
Tliia ia i. 're truth than myth in mail
mtt.r -. .t ; khess the closed in plumb
ing fl.rtiri!i' 1 on eheltTing a fortn
of death and ducswe when our plumbing it
the only h alti.fnl. mt- n linhle kink?
J. H. MULREIN
k ( 1
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Means bod air and whether it En C HIV tO HGSkltH
comes from the low lands and ww
marshes of the country, or the filthy sewers and drain pipes of the cities
and towns, its effect upon the human system is the same.
These atmospheric poisons are breathed into the lungs and taken up
by the blood, and the foundation of some long, debilitating illness is laid.
Chills and fever, chronic dyspepsia, torpid and enlarged liver, kidney
troubles, jaundice and biliousness are frequently due to that invisible foe,
Malaria. Noxious gases and unhealthy matter collect in the system because
the liver and kidneys fail to act, and are poured into the blood current until
it becomes so polluted and sluggish that the poisons literally break through
the skin, and carbuncles, boils, abscesses, ulcers and various eruptions of an
indolent character appear, depleting the system, and threatening life itself.
The germs and poisons that so oppress and weaken the body and destroy
the life-giving properties of the blood, rendering it thin and watery, must
be overcome and carried out of the system before the patient can hope to
get rid of Malaria and its effects.
increases almost from the first dose. There is no Mercury, Potash, Arsenic
or other mineral in S. S. S. It is strictly and entirely a vegetable remedy.
- Write us about your case, and our physicians will gladly help you by
their advice to regain your health. Book on blood and skin diseases sent
rce- THE SWIFT SPKCiriC CO.. Atlanta. Ga,
Kememher the Old
The 0. K. STORE
Staple and Fancy Groceries, A Foil Stock of Men's Furnishing (inotb
Always on Hand. All Goods Fresh aid Up-To-Date.
JOSEPH DOUGHERTY, Proprietor
No mining company in the
ing of ore hodies exposed and ready to ship from as th
Gold and Silver Mining Co.,
BOW selling their stock for
1 0 cts Per Share
You cannot afford to miss this opportunity to make
a bonafide investment. New road being built and
ore being extracted daily. An ideal tunnel site.
Stock going rapidly. Only early applications will
receive stock. Address, Secretary, .
I LAWLER BLOCK.
THREE CKIGARO DOGTO
Patted to Do for Miss Mabelle L. La
Monte What Was Accomplished
by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
She Has Written a Faithful Account of Her Case to
Convince Other Suffering Women.
Th bea.ut.ifni jrouc lady whose portrait we publish in this article has
only oneobject in view in allow iinr us that great privilege, and thai is to help
convince other yimnjr iinawii that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound will positively icstoie tiieir health and relieve their sulieriiig as
aurely as the sun shines. -
MISS MAMCTJJt L LaMOXTE,
Leader Nidaen Sinking Soriety, flilrasgn, 111.
"Diar Mks. Pixkham: I w;is in an awful state for nearly three
years with a inszsyiifs'iiiWi f h nialf troubles whieh three physicians
called by different nanus, hut the jiaiiLs were all the same. I dreaded
the times of my monthly peril l for it meant a couple of days in bed in
awful agony. I finally made up my mind that the jrood doctors were
guessing; and hcauhlg from different friends such good reports of
Lydia E. I'inkliain's Ve?ret:i!Ie omMund, I tried iliat. I Mess the
day I did, for it was uie dttwainc f a new life for me. I used five
bottles before I vp I cured, bat when they were taken I was a well wo
man once more. Your t'onijmund is certainly wonderful. Several of
my friends Ram used it since, and nothing but the liesi do I ever hear
from its use. Yours, "m ! LsJfoant, 22J E. Slat St., ( liicago, 111."
If Lydia K. Ii ' -ii'.'s Vr g,i f Mci OsMssasMsasi will cure Miss
La Monte w!iy not you? You cannot tell until you try it. If
you are ill, and really want to el well, commence its use sit once,
and do not let ; frtr ' l"rk persuade you tivit lie lias fWBMfMBfJ
of his own which is better, for that is ah.urd. Ask him to pro
duce the evidence we d.
Women who are troubled with painful or irreo-ular nienst rtiation, liack
che, bloating (or ilatiilenee). leueorrhiea. falling, iullammation or ulceration
of the uterus, ovarian troubles, that bearin(f-down feelinp. dizziness, faint
.ness. indifrestion. nervous prostration or the bines. BjtsMc tal;e imtneiliate
action to ward off the serious cm. pirnoes. ani be restored to perfect health
and Btrenpth by ta ;in:.r Lydia B. I'inkham's Vtg tabic t'ompoiM d,
and then write to Ills. I'lukhaui. Lynn, Mans., for further tree advtee. o
livinir person has had s:,ch a vast aul successful experience in treating female
ills. .She has cured thousands of others and she will cure every sulftriug
women who will simply ask and follow her advice.
whi- ta v.. I to pal.! to
ia not geuuiue
S. S. S. does this and quickly produces an entire
change in the blood, reaching every organ and stimu
lating them to vigorous, healthy action. S. S. S.
possesses not only purifying but tonic properties,
and the general health improves, and the aooetite
territory has as good a show
PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, i
ive1''niiul with th National Cilv Hank "t Lynn, $."5.
ny I f; on alio ran Ad1 tliat the cUive teetinionial letter
or vu nnt..iliel lH-lore oDtaiolim tne writers ppectaj per-
! K. i'lukhaui Meuie ne Co.. I.ynn. Mfl.
James Shirley's Copper River En
terprise in Alaska is Commenc
ing to Attract the Atten
tion of Copper Pro
ducers and Capi
A Consolidation of interests in
Buffalo Effected. Backed by
Some of the Biggest Capi
talists of New York
and Other Cities.
In the past three days there has
been perfected in Buffalo a combina
tion of the richest copper interests in
the world, involving- seven companies
with a total of SS0.000.000. The
combine does not include the Amal
gamated. Calumet iV Hecla and Clark
interests, having exclusive use of the
Garretson smelter and being able to
laud copper, according to their
: their claims, in New York at two
cents it pom: ; and make money,
whereas the cheapest copper so far
has cost live times as much.
For the last year copper investors
have beea rather apprehensive on ac
count of the Alaskan discoveries.
The richest of these is the copper
mountain near Yaldez. Alaska, and
130 miles inland from the seaport of
: Yaldez. on the Copper river.
Two prospectors found gulches
i ther- in which poaJJara fallen from
j the sides were sevntv per cent cop
j per. and after securing their rights to
hi nil hi if iizd TKo VII ..lit,.
like find was snapped up bv four
men. Frederick J. Abbott, F. C.
Bradshaw. James Shirley and F.
Heim, backed bv an English jadi
leate of tOtifiOOflOQ. After examina
jtions by United States geologists and
: their report that more than three
billion dollars' worth of sixty seventy
: and eighty per cent ore lay in sight,
more than could lie mined in twentv
yean, the Copper Hiver Mining com
pany was formed with Bradshaw as
its president, and ollices at Xo. 7
Wall street. New York.
The oilier great factor in the allied
intensts is the tiarretson smelter.
' the invention of O. S. Garretson of
Buffalo. N . Y., who has in a short
time leaped to enormous wealth by
his holding of copper property.
The smelter is the one process of
lita kind poaaihiaaawl was the result
of ten years of lalx. All that is
ueeessary is to shovel the ore into it
and the refuse makes the fuel, which
smelts the ore. So cheaply can it be
operated, it is acknowledged bv all
copper -experts, that the bi-product.
(the gold, silver anil commercial
.chemicals, cau be sold for enough to
; pay the coat of the mining and
: smelting of the ore, so that the cop
per can U- given away for nothing.
.lames Smiley, through whose ef
forts .the allying of interests was
effected, puts the situation concisely
"W'e could mine copper for almost
nothing up at Yaldez, and the Gar-
I retsons could smelt it for little more
than nothing. There is a market
for all the copper that can be pro
duced. It will replace sheet iron, tiu
, and all raefc metals, will cheapen
I electricity of all sorts one-half, and
so all that remiiead to be done was
for the Gaiietson smelter to be conj
oined with our mines, all of the sub-
! let Garret sou lights gathered into the
; fold and the allied interests cau die-
i tale, and will henceforth do so. the
1 price of copper for the world. VYc
are not going to light the outside
'people. The light is over. They
bare Failed to get in. YYhat is there
: left to do when we can produce and
place on the market pure copper for
0T fifth of their price?"
The Method of allying the numer
ous and illy assorted interests, so tar
j as sie was concerned, was a simple
matter and alters the capita!ization
of none til" the companies, uor will it
for the prest :it disiurb their organi
zations or operations in the very
least. Beea nee the allied interests
can sell so far below the outside, ac-
cording to their claims, is no sign
they intend to do so. tor thaw do not.
I Tbey will control the market, reap-
; ing the profit of KKI per cent on their
product. Tie re can be but two re
sults, so the leaders .-ay. and they
are. the ootaadera arill lw forced into
a combination on costly terms or
eefc other ti Ids of iudustrv.
The met hod of combination was
that I). S. (Janetson, arbo owns a cou-
i trolling interest, or has virtual con
trol through his patents, of the OT
eral companies now using' his smel
ter, entered into a compact with the
I Copper Hirer .Mining company, the
teims of which are unknown, but it is
believed that for the exclusive use of
his furnace, except as limited by the
allied companies, he receives .520,00(1.
000 of the Alaska interests
Mr. Gatretsoa will conduct all of
kia operations from Buffalo, ao thai
the control of the copper market will
be centered here, which is quite fit
ting, as th c.-nt. - of. the steel market
ptosnisei to be in Buffalo in leeathaa
The companies included in the
I community ol interests areas follows:
Company of Montana StUOOO.OOO
I Garretson Canada Co a.OOO.(jOl)
(iarretson Furnace Co. . 100.000
Suaralupa Mining Co ."l.OOO.OOO
I Copper Kirnr Mining Co. .Vl.000,000
Garretson Mexico Go 10.000,000
Among the capitalists wboae interest-
are on what the aew combine
people consider the right side, are
Judge Bead, Attorney General Knox's
law partner; Charles hi. Aoflin, How
ard EL Uerrel, Bnipfa Bagiey. partner
of est inghouse wbeu -he millions
wi re made: James Shirley, F. C.
Helm. i he l.o-iiioii K ithschilds,
James GosteUo, P. J. Biadish. V. P.
II. abbot and S half dozen of Bul
faloV ; est an I strongest financial
men. who hare gone in behind Mr.
Flie Alas uu osrations have baaa
lieM Bltdoi COVer a- kmg as p i-sii)e,
small portion- ol their doings le d;-
.ing.-ni. The ValJea & FigieCity
Bailroad ctrnp., i- putting S25,
(JOO.titm in the bwil ling of the world's
igH io si Daiuing railroad from Yahhz
to tti moontaiu ! copper. It is ISO
miles long and the contractor is
James P. McDonald of New York.
Morgan's railroad builder. Two
thousand men, principally Japanese,
are at work at the present time.
Three ship loads of steel have sailed
from Seattle, and this coming sum
mer 5,000 men will be used to rush
the road to completion, by which
time there will have been in operation
for some months four Garretson
smelters of a total capacity of 2.400
tons a day, and eight more will be
building to have a total capacity of
7.200 tons a day. Around these then
will have been completed the great
est copper plant in the world, larger
than the enormous one owned by the
the Amalgamated at Washoe, Mon
tana, right across the creek from the
Mr. Shirley, who has been living
for the week in Room :i20 at the Iro
quois Hotel, in which room the pa
pers were signed last Thursday t hat
effected the combine with but a fan
things yet to be done, came into in
ternational notice some years ago
through the Green Consolidated liti
gation, in which efforts were made to
rob him of his large holdings and he
and his confreres entered upon what
is held to have been one of the most
bitter legal fights ever waged in the
United States courts.
Mr. Shirley is inclined to the belief
that Valdez is the future capital of
Alaska. Alaska is mining country,
and Yaldez is being made its natural
outlet, abetted by the railroad now
building which will tap the richest
mineral section, and the consequence
will be that Valdez will be the city.
It is expected that the building of
the twelve furnaces may require ad
dition to Garretsou's local facilities,
but Mr. Garretson said to a Courier
reporter yesterday that these things
had not as yet been decided uixiu.
He refused also to consent to the
publication of the names of the sev
eral bankers, railroad men and steel
men who have interested themselves
with him. Bdffalo Courier.
Political and Business Reasons
Why Hon. R. E. Morrison Should
Be Elected to Congress.
The Case Clearly and Forcibly
Stated By a Former Resident
of Yavapai County.
Col. L. F. Eggers. a former ilis
triet attorney of this county, but now j
a resident of Globe, in a communica
tion to the Silver Belt, make- a
strong endorsement of K. E. Morri
son's caudidacy for delegate to con
gress. The communication follows:
"As a citizen of Gila county, Ari
zona, I beg leave to sav something
relating to our representation in con
gress for the next term. Whatever
political views our citizens may en
tertain on the issues involved in the
campaign and placed before them, I
take it that they should not forget
that during the next two years, if not
longer, the national administration is
and will be under the controlling in
fluence of the republican party. That
by reason of said fact the various de
partments of the government are and
will lie filled by men of its choice,
and a delegate to congress going
there, at variance with said party or- '
ganization, will of necessity be !
greatly lessened in influence, and
tins territory be ueprivett ot the
recognition they as a people could
have if they were represented bv a
man whose code of proceedure was in
unison with the administration. A.-k
yourself this question: "If vou had
some individual matter of importance 1
you desired pressed in your favor at J
the seat of government, would you
send there a man friendly or uu- i
friendly to the administration?'
"Again K. E. Morrison, the nomi
nee of the republican party of Ari- 1
zona, is an old citizen of the territory,
a man well equipped in exjierience of j
affairs territorial and national: is iin-1
bued with broad ideas and statecraft;
is iu complete sympathy with all
classes of citizens; knows by indi
viiual experience the pinchings of i
poverty, his heart and mind lean
iirmly toward the sous of toil. He is
a young man of ability and great in-
dividual courage: has resided here
since a boy. I have known him per
sonally since 18H4, in Arizona, and
they who know him liest speak of
him in highest terms of commeuda
tion. He has been the district attor
ney of Yavapai county, and the
United States attorney for Arizona.
in both of which posi'tious he dis
played ability, zeal and worth. He,
is a fine advocate, an experienced
Maraer, as all the members of the iwr
will recognize, and through his cour- ;
age, culture and trained sagacity he j
would soon lie given 'the right of 1
way' iu the halls of congress.
"You say you need especial recog
nition iu very mauv respects.
"If you will cast aside 'old dogmas
and old ideas.'and look facts square
in the face, you cannot help but see
that the most feasible prox)sition for
our remote, scattered and undevel- j
oped resources of Arizona, is not to
have, as is by many expected, that
'the tail wags the dog.' but to place
ourselves in line where we can and
will receive all the n-coguition we are :
entitled to. This change would he
speedily recognized by lioth the ex- !
ecutive and legislative departments
of the government, ami if it is state- :
hood you are very desirous of procur- ,
ing and want, iu the utmost good :
faith, its accomplishment can liese-l
cured with more certainty by Mr. j
Morrison than by Mr. Wileoa.
"And iu all the years that Mr. Mor- ;
rison has resided iu Arizona, no man :
can say of him that his personal cou-1
duet has ever cast a cloud upon him- :
self and his family. He is Ixtth j
clean, worthy and competent, and
the recognition due both himself and
his people, hieaptitiw of ' partv,
would soon lie made kaanifest at the
seat of government ii delegate to
congress from Arizona.
I regard his nomination one of the
best ever made in this territorv."
Fortune Favurs a fexan.
Hartag diatreaaing pains in hand,
bank and stomach, and lieing with
out nppetitite, I began to use Dr.
King's New Life Pills." writes W. P.
Whitehead of Keunedale. Tex., "aud
siHin felt like a i awn." Infallible
iu Mounted an I iler doubles. Only
23 cents at all drug stores.
MINES AND MINING.
WORK AGAIN COMMENCED ON
THE NEW YEAR. A PROMISING
CHAPARRAL MINE. -A VAST
SAMPLING PROPOSITION AT
FOOLS GULCH. MERCHANTS'
MINING COMPANY PROGRESS.
The First Home.
Arrivals from the Poland section
today gave nothing but the usual
good rerts of the First Home mine
of the Merchants' Mining company.
The work is progressing earnestly
and satisfactorily and the showing
continues as good as previously re
ported. The late strike has not as
yet died out iu mining circles, and
seems to serve as an inducement for
other claims near by to become ac
tive in oeratious and interested in
regard. The work now going on in
the Fit si Home in driving the 100
foot level from the south to the north
shaft for the pwrpoee of btoehiaajon
the ore bavweea them. While this,
work i-i going on the 240 foot level is
being driven north. A great deal of
interest follows present operations on
this property, the general opinion
being that it is destined to be not
only a le-avv producer, but likewise
one that will give it a high regard in
value of output. Everything in and
about the mine so far as management
and abilitv go. continues iu a most
systematic and practical manner, and
thi- fact alone impiesses the miner
ant gives the mine more than the
At Fools Gulch.
One of tho gigantic mining uuder- !
takings at aneeal in evidence in this
section is that attending the oper- ,
at ions on the Plant flat ma claims in
Foots1 gulch, l uder the stiperiu- '
tendency of Y. A. Clark, a gigantic
test run of l.Ot'O tons of ore is now in
progress, and it arill take until about
the iirst of the year to complete it.
The sample run now lieing made is
lot the purpjse of giving thi- mine a J
thorough and practical test ot its
wealth pending its sale to an eastern
syndicate. No particular place iu
this, property is furnishing the ore
and no special a-sorting of the same
is permitted. IF the sample run is
a favorable one in value, it means
the outlaying of a vast sum of money
not only in that section but elsewhere
ear EVeseott. The new company
which s behind this Fools' gulch
project, h ive il-. i lately b.iuded the
Yarneil. the Herndon Jk Norris and
other claim-, sum.- twenty-live iu all.
and iu their scoe all the available
mining ground between Yarneil and I
Fools' gulch i taken. The same j
company ia ahm Ofmmjang in the
Bradshaws on au extensive scale.1
Having a batter practical knowledge
of the mine than any other
orobablv. although in no wav
I U 11 1
Bated, Mr. t lark i
on on the property. He is a thorough
and capabu- mining man and recog-
nizetl as sucn. it is uopeu tuai 111c
testing of the-e mines' value will '
Ik- what is generally ex-
The New Year.
It seems tiiat where there is so
much general activity and promin
ence as is centered today in and
around especially the Chapaial dis
trict, there would hardly lie enough
mines to go around. Iu this old time
favored ami productive region, one
by one of late have the many mines
commenced to Ik- opened up again,
and the result is the -ame. As depth
is Kaeneo ana a iveopmenipmernuj
H given, the snowing is nnar aoiv
flattering, llus ts so on the Leland,
The Dividend, the 1 alo Alto and
others lying side by side, not to men
tion near bv neigiilsus. like the Mc
Cabe. the Cdadstotie and other mines
of OBqnestionab'e riches. It is this
spirit that has protmbly been behind
the reorganization of the New Year
mine aud the determination to work
it again in the f'llure as it has never
lieen before. Another feature of this
last named property must lie men
tioned the fact that it is a close cor
poration and has none of those char
acteristics to in ike it a go by going
on the market. This in itself gives
it a better rating and consideration
than if it am, It shows that it is
certainly a favored claim so far as
development indicates, and lieing .so
regarded uii; have more or less of a
merit to warrant expenditure of large
sums of uiouev. The New Year
claim is now assuming au interested
rating in mining, and the !m ginning
of operations again i- watched with a
great deal of interest. Our reporter
who lab Iy pa fd along the zone it
lays on. and watched the preparatory
iuauguratiou oi work at that poiut,
as well as in other uiiues.and learned
also that the famous Little Jessie
was again to lie operated en I gigan
tic scale, was impressed highly with
the mining outlook of that particular
section. The New Year is a decided
ly good looking piece of ground, car
rying sulphide ore that will run
alkiut $20 iu gold. It has a well de
fined fissure vein of three feet, with a
ahafl some three him.ir, .1 leet deep.
and with about 200 leet of drifting.
shaft some three lumdrtd feet deep.
Located as ii is on the south side
Baaa with the Jewae, there seems to
be no reason why d too should not
lie as well regarded as iis neighbor
is. We hear t bat since the work on
this n.'iue is to be commenced again,
a depth of f will be given and
that at least 1000 feet of drifting will
be done. It is the intention to do
nothing but dew lopment work, and
this gives it with the showing that it
makes today, in ne than an ordinary
regard ia mining. The awae is un
der the raperiateudeoey of E. S.
Campbell, whose capability in that
respect is uunuesi.oii ii. .nr. v amp-
bell baa devoted a great maav
to his vocation here as elsewhere, and
in inaugurating work OB the New :
Year seems to have t mechanical re-1
rani as well as a luaclical minint: ;
Hlslglil that Ii ads one to tlie iieiiei I
that the new work B ill lie followed
with a good sh.e.viug.
A telegram bom Sea York dated
September 2ii. says; Public an
nouncement was made here today of
the purchase of the Owurress pld
properties of Congre-s. Ariaoaa, bv
the Development COBBpaal of
America. The consideration is not
A solid train load ol copper (mssed
over the A. k N. M. Monday, it being
the lirst regular freight train over
the new extension Iroin l.ofdsburg to
Raehita, where conin eti n is made
with the LI Paso V Southwestern.
says the Copper Era. Fifteen cars
of the eoajparcaam from Cliftou and
seven from Morenci. making twenty
two cars in all, averaging thirtv tons
each 660 tons or 1.320.000 pounds, a
shipment of which any camp might
well feel proud. At ten cents per
pound this one shipment is worth
5132,000. Nothing slow about Clif
ton and Morenci. Prospector.
C. C. Ztukey has hatl ten meu at
work for the past three mouths OB a
mine near Palace station known as
the Lead mine. He is meeting with
good success aud the property is
looking in line condition.
The Republican Candidate Sweeps
Williams, Sept. ;t0. (Sjiecial to
Journal Miner.) -President Kimball
of the Mormon church presiding at a
conference of that Ixxly in Navajo
countv yesterday, denounced the
democratic attack on Hon. K. E.
Morrison baaMBM of his attitude on
the mormon question.
Mr. Morrison has just arrived here.
(escorted bv 100 Flagstaff citizens and
their band. A meetiug will be held
here tonight and tomorrow night Mr.
Morrison will speak at Kingman.
He will arrive in Prescott Friday
evening. He has been well received
aud feels more encouraged than ever
before since the campaign opened.
Not Doomed for Life.
'I was treated for three rears by : Then comes Chas. Behm and Maj.
good doctors," writes' VY. A. Greer. Watts' property; tbey hav, thou
McConuellsville. O., "for piles, and aaajfln of dollar of development work
fistula, but when all failed Bucklen's i done. At the I ncie Joe claim hsj
Arnica Salve cured me iu two weeks." hare a tunnel 350 feet long and have
Cures burns, bruises, cuts, corns, rails on the ground to run it ISO leal
sores, emotions, salt Rheum, uiles. or '"ore making it 500 feet This tun-
no pay. At all drug stores; 25 cent-.
FOR THE NAVY
THE NAVAL BOARD SECURES
SOME EXCELLENT MATERIAL
FROM THE ROUGH RIDER LAND
The Patriotic Work of This Com
mission One That the Future
Will be Blessed With.
We are please 1 to state that since
the arrival iu Prescott of Lieutenant
Mortou. Surgeon Cure. Chief Yeoman
Bringham and other officers of the
i navy they have met with good sue
! cess iu
of boys tor
i the navv
I p to noon
I have accepted six, whose names and
j ajfe8 appeilr below. They have also
rejected over twenty more owing to
physical disability. The boys who
have lieen accepted and who leave to
morrow for San Francisco are:
Jesse T. Yines, age 23.
W. T. Harrison, age 24.
Ernest L. Jones, age 22.
Robert Council, age 22.
W. C. Boliu.age 2C.
John B. Bryant, age 22.
Three of the above are known as
landsmen, that is they will lie in
structed as seamen; two will be as
signed as coal passers, or will receive
instruction as machinists, wldle one
, , niess attenr)ent
.UIliuatiol are iu progress today, aud
wheu th(. U)ani eHvg for phenil to
, i,..if .i... 1(,r
will have been enlisted. The exam
inations cover the most exacting con
ditions physically aud none but the
American is taken. Many humorous
incidents take place in the above
i .. ..... r .....
line, ami it all were enlisted wno ap-
plv Suigeou t ure says the navy
would be swamped iu iiutnbers. They
'are. however, making a pick of the;
; young American, physically as well
j as intellectually, aud the Prescott
i lioys who are to L- hereafter "behind
the gnus" are to lie congratulated iu
their patriotic wisdom.
Outside of naval duties, this lioanl
is one of that characteristic makeup
of the navy. viz.. they are genial and
: free at all times, aud though their
lives are on the deep they are just as
' well at home on dry land. Thev
have lieeu on the go since last March j
-aud will not complete their Inhere
uutil January L Kvery state west of
; Montana down to Arizona has been
I eovaaad by thaen and they have an-j
i listed over S(M) recruits.
Lieuteuant Mortou, who heads this
commission, is one of the naval
officers who distinguished himself in
the war with Sin. He was en the ;
Marble head off the Cuban coast aud
erfornied a duty uuder fire in cut-;
ting the caLle that gave to him
national regard and merited consid
: eration in navy annals. He is also a
' pleasant gentleman socially and iu
leaving Prescott carries awav the
dean regard of all. Thev have trav-
tQ ( i(e QVer ,2 ux) n)jf,s
Arizona. Sept. b". 1!2.
hereby giveu that the
ssessment roll of the
countv oi Yavapai for the year 11NI2
is now in my ossessioii and ou file
in my office for the collection of BUM
levied therein; that said taxes will
baeOBM delitirpient OB the thinl Mon
day in Decenilier, l'J02. and that
unless paid on or Ix-fore that date.
5 Kr Cent will lie added to the;
amount thereof as penalty in accord- j
ance with law. Said taxes are pay-;
able to me at mv office in the court
house in the city of Precott. Yavapai I
county. Anzonauon any day, except ,
Sunday, betweeu the hours nl !'
ocloek in tha taranaan aad i o'clock
in the after.ioon.
J. P. Storm.
Ex Officio Tax Coll-ctor, Yavapai
Countv. Arizona. slr!-4w
Beware ot the Knife.
No profession has advanced BtSBB I
rapidly of late than surgery, but it
should not be used except where ab--oluteiy
let essnry. Iu cases of piles
for example, it is seldom ueeded.
DeWitl's Witch Hazel Salve cures
quickly and permanently. I n
eipialled for cuts, burns, bruises,
wounds, skin diseases. Accept uo
eonnterfeits. "I was so troubled
deeding piles that I lost much
and strength." says J. C. Phil
Paris. III. "DeWitt's Witch
Salve cured me in a short
Soothes Hiid heals. W. W.
Ih islev Drug Co.
ON THE BOOM.
Interesting Letter From This Very
Active and Rich Mining
Development Work Progressing
With Good Results All Along
Groom Creek. September 21t (9ps
cial Correspondence.) Big Dug is
having a lioom. and inside of two
months JVM will bbb a big change in
iu this district. Over on Lynx Creek
they are pushing themselves to the
front also. At the Yictor miue in the
last week thev have made a big st i ;k
A miner that I was talkin:' ii
thinks it is as big and carries bigg r
values than the Mini Hole.
The Yictor mine is a mile and a
half east of me. Next to the Y.ctor.
running parallel on the west, is the
Milliken property of three claims, j
This will le a big property some day
as there are large bodies of sulphide j
ores iu it.
Next comes the Curtis property j
running parallel with the Miiiikeu
proert v. On this claim he ana a
tunnel over .'500 feet. On top he bad
large hodies of free milling ore that
he had milled which plated him a
good protit. but in getting depth it
has run into sulphides.
uel runs through the ce iterof Spruce
Mountain aud they get great depth,
i They have a very large ledge carry
ing I good grade of ore.
Then comes Laird At Brow's group
of five claims, also with a good tun
nel site and enough work done on
I them to prove their value. With
depth they will have a good prop
erty. All ledges in here have a trand
running south by a httie east, show
lug that Groom Break, Lynx creek
and Big Bug are all on the same min
I have heard some people laugh
about building au ehftrie car iiue
out here but I think it would be a
sure winner for this reason: It would
do away with every stage, and there
;are four of them and the freight
teams. I understand Mr. Wright has
almost enough extra power to run
the line. It co:.ts a lot of monev to
feed the amount of stock now freight
ing and staging between these
points, while on the other hand it
only takes two men to run a car. and
after you are on Spruce mountain
you can haul as many as you please
I and there is another thing: timlier is
i getting very scarce oti the other side
i anil thev will have to use oil bv
1 building tanks on
' can lie pip. .1 to any
creea so I lor one iniiiK it win "ea'ettnj with Mr
mg tning ior tne mining men; ii it
pars up north, why will it not pay
Over on this side everything is
moving right along. At the Gold
Basis mine. Yan Brooks, the mana
ger, has been pushing things since
the first of June and has done 2im
feet of shaft work and 21X1 feet of
levels run. He is now down :V) feet
aud has let a contiact for 21 feet
more levels at the foot station.
Mr. Abliott is the contractor and will
conimenee Tuesday, the :(ltb. They
have some 130 tons out ready for the
mill. Lvery one thinks it is going
to be a big property.
At the Monte Cristo mine they are
still sinking for the tool level.
They have also a large force ou the
Hidden Treas.ire mine. Tin-y are
looking for Mr. Movnahau of the
Niles Mining company back almost
every tiav. I understand as MOW m
he gets liack he will tart pitting up
his 10 stamp mill.
At the Alma mine they are -till
sinking for the .'MKt foot level. 1 nis
is the Groom Creek Gold Mining
company, the man that own- one
half of the Empire Mining A MiUfag
company. This property will start
at soou as the machinery get here.
They are still keeping the water
puui)etl out. I expect M) see more
iaaagda here this winter th in dur
ing any time iu the history of Groom
Politics has not struck the Ceuuk
very hard. We have had Measvn.
I lie key. Farley and t'Sniiivan ti
give the lxvs a little taik. They
have also lieen across to Lyn Creek.
We have had BO republic;', aa et.
1 hey must think we an- all ritfht.aa I
from what I hei r I believe we are.
As for myself. I shall vote, work
and balk for wham I think is the U--t
man regai lies- or politics.
In regard to the sheiifTsosfieel
think we ought to have a lit tie change
iu that office. There im- been alitth
too plenty of funny work going on
that side-.i the fence For the la -t few
years; I would like lose a change
and I am not alone with the owning I
eiMe of people. A- for .Mr. Hieke
he is a good hotel man as far aa I
know him. but to make a ;,!'. '' oi
8P0 or 800 miaa on horse back af tei
a man he wouid lie broke in t..i. We
want a man that has go. some vim
and I think We will liuti that iu Joe
Roberts. and ti.at he will make a I
gnxl sheriff. He is yoaaaj and i,is.
the go and push iiU.ut him. We 1
have had too many cut throats -1
raping from us and we anl a unui
that cau ride in the saddle day aud
night if need be. in ail ol thai ! be
Baaa vna will find in Joe Bobnta.
On tha othrr band I have beea work
ing for Pat Farlev. lam prrsonallv
rith him and h - ba
wavs used me w on . . 1 1-; v
the others I am not .i-
i liuted with
them and am l :;, : o sleep.
Yours reaped fidlt .
I boa. J. Lain!
Backing Roiie. ts For Sheriff.
A telephone message troni Jerome
last evening was to the effect that W.
1 S. Adams and others, of Jerome, h id
ict ?2.tl to SI. (MX) with Hoover A:
Qwdinet, that Mike Hie key would be
elect- I Courier.
Hickev bv anv
does not elect
" is. aud also tie-
inonst rates that when auv
friends make any rash bluffs like a
two to one liet on his election they
will r-e accommodated.
Stops the Cough and Works
cure a cold iu one
pav Price 2"c,
KiRKLA O AND SKlkl VALLEY
K. Vv i nl I found Bfhl
to Ih- verv.
i ! sjl;.
in tiu- Kirkland
mountains. here no
fore lieeu dtsssjamwai.
or has nereto
hV is explor-
ing the hli!.
D. M. Emen is pushing work with
eatery v on tw 15ig Five placer works
-inee the repair of their pumps.
C. W. Piatt is putting a gasoline
fa i-t i n one of his -or the Iliizona's
mines iu which he is interested.
James Stapps and Bill Rudy have
resumed wt rk on their shaft near the
laaboud track, their last milling at
the Sl.arpueck mill being very good.
They will now haul again wheu the
enlarged Sharpneck mill begins
Yi-getable and truck iu this section
and Thompson valley bare all good
Th'- numerous rains in the moun
t iins nerally so far have degener
ated with mere sprinkles iu the val
leys, although floods were very com
mon Orass for this reason is as vet
much lighter in the valley than in
the mountains at 4,000 aud 5.000 feet
Tom Earuhart found over .'WO
inches of water aud that at a time
when water in S&ull creek was lowest
iu the recorded history of Arizona
or traditional either, so far as I know.
This will make Kirkland a wet town
While writing these items Copper
r.i-iu wash has been rushing down
at high water mark the longest time
yet for ten years; coming down and
touching highest water mark at least
forty times, and is later in trie-season
than any Hoods before. The showers
near Skull and Kirkland valleys have
als. . been stronger and will give the
grass all necessary moisture from
now on. time of season considered.
A FIERY AND
THE BULLET MUST PRECEDE THE
BALLOT IN POLITICAL MATTERS TO
R GHTAN EVIL TO LABOR'S CAUSE.
Jerotre Last Might Swallows ths Senti
m;ius of a 45-90 Argument
of an Outsider.
A Mr. Uichardson. claiming
a newspaper representative
Colorado, made a speech in the in
terest of the democratic party at Je-
the divide. A H,oiHk4as night, and said amongst
point uu Lynx otuer thimrs that Roberts was clos-
Murphy all day Sun
day, aud that the latter proposed se
curing the former's election as sheriff
as well as dark for attorney. Mr.
Murphy would then have Roberts ar
inal the mi'ier. Clark convict him.
and tlie judge whom he controlled
sentence him. Richardson further
staled that there were two methods
of Wilt Hag the labor question one
by ballot and iii other by rifles. He
prelerred the fonucr method, for the
reason that if the latter were used,
l he result WMld hardly be perman
ent or wnadi to that effect.
Has the democratic party iu Yava
pai county designedly imported iu
oiu' midst the argument of the Win
chester, or do thev propose to submit
to a close formation iu the line of
right and justice the seutiment of a
l;!Kr advocate that knows naught
Are there in Yavapai today uoue
bad b-inocratic advocates of the
in b e cause ol labor, aud why shoilid
reucg. idea attempt to drive capital
Bad lab r iuto conflict?
What has Joe Rotierts ever done or
will do that makes him the bull's eye
of ihi man's venom on labor, and E.
S. Clark, whose life morally aud in
dustrially is of the purest as a uie
ciiatiical workman of the past, or why
should a man like Judge Sloan lie
placed in contempt before the peo
ple? It is true thi.t the lalxiriirg man
-hould speak out in the opeu aud
speak plainly too. and be barricaded
beiriau the argument of dynamite,
or anv incendiary explosive? It may
do in Color ado where Richardson's
i igic rules ami ruins, but it will not
! wstained by even lalior iu Arizona.
II is Y ivapai degenerated wheo it
v mi, ;, arbor m approval the fiery pur
;. - - of this imported man. or will
il sanction in labor channels the
wi-i .'::!.: of the breach between it
i ud eapitall
It is time that the labor people es-
pecially came to the front to oppose
that heinous uriucinies of anv man or
...JV ,. oise ihat would drive them
away from their vocation to combat
tin- cause of that which sustains
Are the conditions of employment
tdav in Yavapai a estranged that
tiIP rjfl,. must ste leiweea capital
I labor am! divide them, aud why
,t..s ihe democratic o irtv permit anv
man to so advocat
feriotic movement !
such au unpa-
LiliwaM I is men with famine to
alter, and the imported harle
qnia with glib tongtai can go at
random and zawva behind him ouly
Me oie he mal es in a cause that
rill sooner or later redouud to his
iclims ruin. We don't want in Ya
vapai the agitator. We ilo want meu
i m and with them we want
good wages and fair treatment. We
are g ting bail today. No thinl
part . aee I apply.
We '.ant the la I air men of Yavapai
o tail in line with any sentiment
political at aal thai will give them
the best the market affords.
Jus? arrived at J. Iterr. the home
merchant tail r. a tine stock of ini
ported and domestic suitings and
( ts goods, for fall and winter.
i .:! i-y w Idle the stock is fresh, as
I .- ... i. ....... I...r.. iKl uL 'in, r,i-,,.' HO
... ,, at ..I ..
, . - ut .,lw,.t ;
II. . .III'! ,1 ' li,,l II, i.l4CT, ."
i -n case, is the place to go to, to
receive -an faction. Opposite the
Tie tabulator attachment on the
F.n Shn IvnewriMI is the li-alest
appliance of the kind yet introduced.
See :ei!loi. .V Phtlpotr. roOBM D
: ' PtvHcott Niif.i-iial bank h',dg