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rM-om Wednesday's Daily.
Do not forget the Katies' tiall Feb
Mrs. Chas. Smith left Unlay for a
visit in Ash Fork.
H. J. Allen and wife passed through
Prescott today on their way to Jer
ome. The Eagles will give all who attend
their ball full value for their money.
The ball will le given on February 19.
Deputy Recorder Ben Coon was un
able to be at his desk in the record
er's office today on account of a se
Deputy Sheriff F. L. Noble lioarded
the northbound train today for Ash
Fork on business connected with the
Officers are searchiug for a man who
burglarized Ed .Hock's store the other
night. The cash register was opened
and 821. T." taken from it.
Mrs I). D. McDonald, wife of
Editor McDonald, left for Seligmau
this morning lor a few days' visit
with her sister. Mrs. Chas. Lyle.
W. W. Wilson, a cousin of S. G.
Wilson, of the New York store is a re
cent arrival from Wisconsiu. He will
probably make this his future home.
A telegram from Chicago today in
dicates that h copy of the "dodger"
started to "do up" the Journal-Miner
has reached there one of the windy
W. H. Merritt wns a asseuger for
Jerome this mon..ug. going to that
place to do some surveying for a min
ing company near the big copper
Arizona rough riders will bold a
meeting in Pheuix February IS to
make arraugcment.- for the reception
of President Koosevelt, when he visits
Phenix the coming spring.
A Meixcan of unpronouncable name
was arrested today charged with steal
ing a kit of carpenters tools from John
McKinzie. His preliminary was set
for 4 o'clock this afternoon.
W. M. Wood, who has been running
a notion store in Jerome for several
years, has purchased the department
store of Ford A Son. in Prescott and
will combine the two stores in Pres
cott. The Samuel Hill Hardware company
is making two 3.000 gallon water tanks
for the Merchants Mining company.
The tanks are being constructed of
heavy galvanized iron, and will lie
used at the mine of the above com
pany. Messrs. Egbert T. Georges and Mau
rice Griffin, factory representatives
for the Griffin a Kelsker Co., pianos,
have arrived fro.u California, and will
probably make a thorough canvass of
this section in the interest of their
Miss Snarl ot Hall, the well known
author and poet, returned from the
southern irt of the terrtiory this
morning. Miss Hull has been gather
ing data for magazine articles and
also data for a history of Arizona
which she is preiaring for publica
tion. E. J. Moore, representing the Min
ing and Scientific Press, cf San Frau
icaco. with headquarters at Denver,
is visiting Prescott in the interest of
the above publication. He expects to
remain here for several days. Mr.
Moore has charge of the inter-mountain
territorv for the Press.
tion was visited by a cold wave, ice
forming while he was there.
W. H. Riderman left today for Los
Angeles on mining business connected
with the Oxidental Mining company
which owns some splendid looking
prospects in the Black Hills section,
near the Yaeger Canyon Mining com
pany's properties. Mr. Riderman is
j also the foreman for J. W. Dean, who
is developing the l avapal Copper com
pany's mining claims iu the same sec
tion. The mercury last evening kept
crawling down towards the zero notch
I until about 10 o'clock when it had
reached 10 degrees above. About this
; time the cold wave commenced to iass
, on and at 11 :dU the thermometer regis-
tered 13 degrees above and this mom
i iug it had reached 22 above. A storm
set in before daylight and it has been
snowing at intervals ever, since the
fall however lieing light.
Two engineers have been killed
within a week on the Santa Fe road
while at stations attending to their
engines. One was at Peach Spr ngs,
being crushed between his engine and
a freight car and the other at Selig
mau who was run over while oiling
his engine. A fireman had his arm
broken also at Williams a few days
since while drawing the ashes from an
The attention of miners is directed
to an advertisement iu this issue of H.
B. Clifford offering to execute leases
on the old Peck mine. With the
possibility of striking rich ore iu the
property and the inducements offered
by Mr. Clifford in the way of sharp
ening tools, furnishing power, etc.,
for hoisting, his offer seems like an
exceedingly attractive one to miner
to make a stake.
The Jerome News contains a whole
page of sensational stuff about an al
leged lost Yaeger mine near Yaeger
canyon and of the possibility of its
having been relocated recently. Lost
mines in Arizona have furnished
themes for volumes of sensational
reading, most of which is pure fiction
and purely imagiuatiev. It makes in
teresting reading and is entertaining
but lacks any instructive features.
No definite clue has been received
yet of the location of the Goddard
Col. Wilson, a good Prescott Eagle
is billed for a speech at the Eagles'
banquet tonight in Pheuix.
Deputy Joe Campbell has tat HI Mad
from the scene of the late murder at
Goddard. He is convinced that the
murderers went south, and probably
Leu Young and Miss Minnie Hop
per. Both of the Verde valley were
married iu Prescott February 4 at the
residence of Mrs. G. B. Reed, by Pro
bate Judge C. P. Hicks.
W. S. Pratt came in yesterdav from
Turkey Creek where he is iu the em
ploy of Grant Bros. , contractors. The
occasion of his visit was the marriage
of his daughter to E. C. Averyt.
The thermometer, this morning rog
istered 10 degrees above zero, but
there was some sort of condition of
the atmosphere which made it appear
to be the coldest morning of the win
ter. Today is the fifth anniversary of the
founding of the order of Eagles. The
Eagle birds in the United States now
have 312 aeries and 85,000 members,
a pretty good showing for a five year
Arthur E. Host wick. Ph. D., in Car
negie Libraries and Good Reading.
authoritatively discusses a problem of
the greatest importance to every town
and city in the United States: the
wise and far reaching efftcts of the
millionaire's last gifts to libraries.
The rummage sale of M. Onldwatcr
A Hro. has proven a great success. It
has been-a success to the mercantile
firm and has also lieeu a success to all
patrons of the store. The public has
been gvieu big values for their money
while the Hrm has turned a lot of odds
and ends and broken lots of goods
into money. Both parties to the
transaction are apparently satisfied.
The immense crude oil tank has
been completed for the S. F. P. and
P. Railroad compm.y in Prescott, and
Foreman J. E. Smalley. who has done
such a satisfactory job. left for Los
Angeles today w:'!i his crew. The
tank is one of the Ian.- t in Arizona,
having a capacitv of SB tanka of crude
G. K. Anderson, a w. il Known engi
neer on the Santa Fe. a- killed yes
terday at Seligmau. He was tinder
his engine oiling when two other en
gines lacked up against his I lie ill I
and another one which was attached,
running all four engines over him
litterly grinding him to pieces. He
leaves a wife and baby at Wiuslow.
The type setting machine in the
Journal - Miner office yesterday
dropped a W. when it should have re
leased an M and as a result it was
made to appear that E H. Week was
oue of the locaters of the Fossil creek
water right which has lieen secured by
the Arizona Power company for its
electric power enterprise. The name
of the locater, instead, is E. H. Meek.
A record for the season, as well as a
record for several preceding seasons
was made this morning in the matter
of temperature wheu the mercury in
Dr. Day's official thermometer regis
tered two degrees below zero. Yester
day morning his thermometer regis
tered two aliove. The Journal-Miner's
thermometer yesterday registered four
above and this morning dropped to
An exchange observes that a boy
can sit on a sled six inches square
tied to a sled moving nine miles an
hour, but can't sit on a sofa five min
utes for a dollar. A man can sit on a
board and talk politics for three
hours, but put him in a comfortable
church pew for forty minutes and he
gets nervous, twists and goes to sleep.
A man can pouch his cheek with to
bacco and the juice running down his
cheek feels good, but a hair in the
butter knocks him out completely.
From Thursday's Daily.
W. M Claypool has lieen confined
to the house for a week with the
The recei pt s af the Phenix post
office for January were 13.4491.8 or 82
cents less than an even 3.500.
J Mrs. J. B. UliTfaflj and two chil
dren left this morning for a visit of a
few weeks with her two sisters in Jer
ome. Geo. Holt, who killed Martin Rey
nolds at Walker last week. has fur
nished the required bail lond aud has
been released from custody.
M. K. Harlan, representing the
Barkley Preston - Stetson company,
wholesale grocers, of Prescott. came
up from the south this morning.
Harry Elting. adance agent of the!
Curtiss Comedy company, left last
night for Phenix where the company j
will play a two weeks' engagement.
J. L. Giroux. of Jerome, has lieen
granted a patent on an air heating
smelting furnace. Mr. Giroux is a
genius in miniug and smelting mat
ter. The B. -B. compnay is advertising a
regular clearance sale at which a large
line of goods are offered at half price.
Half price with this 11 rni means half
Prof. Lake, a world renowned geolo
gist, of Denver. Colorado, passed
through Prescott today on his way
from Castle Creek Hot Springs to San
I 'lego. California.
The Shelbina. Missouri, Torchlight
of recent date contains a marriage
notice which is of indirect interest in
Prescott, the bride being a sister of
Ed Shumate: "Win. C. Murray aud
Miss Susie Shumate were married
Tuesday afternoon at 3 :30 o'clock at
the home of the bride's mother. Mrs.
K. Shumate, Rev. Waiuright officiat
ing. Only a few friends aud relatives
were present. They will reeide on
the groom's farm near the Hale school
F. W. Howard, who is in Prescott
promoting the Arizona-Bislee Copper
Miniug conijwiuy. reports that he is
meeting with splendid success in plac
ing his first block of 10c stock, nearly
the entire block having been sub
scribed for during the iast five or six
days, and the price will be placed at
15c in a few more da vs. The Mod
em Copper company, which adjoins
this group, has proven such a success
that Arizoua-Bisliee stock is looked
upon with great favor.
J. F. Hesse and wife arrived in
Prescott today aud are guests at the
Hotel Congress. Mr. Hesse has lieen
in the employ of the government as a
surveyor, for the past four years and
has just completed a big job in the
Ked Kock section. He has decided
to locate iu Prescott aud make this
their future home, and will open offi
ces as soon as be can secure suitable
office rooms. Mr. Hesse and his wife
are very pleasant people and the Journal-Miner
welcomes them to our city
and wishes them success.
The Elks have placed a great bie
electric sign on K. of P. hall. Thg
sign is made of electric globes form
ing the word "Elks" in great big let
ters so that any Elk, except a blind
one can see it particularlv at anv
time prior to 11 o'clock. On lodge
meeting nights the current is turned
on aud the sign acts as a reminder to
every mcmlier ot the lodge that he
should be in the lodge room, as well
serving as a light house to stranger
Klks in the towu showiug the home
of ; heir brothers in Prescott. It is an
R. S. Thompson of Los Angeles, a
brakeman on the Santa Fe, was found
near Hesperia on Sunday last with his
neck broken. He left Hesperia on
the west bound freight and was on
top of the train when last seen. When
the train reached Summit he was
missed and search failed to reveal any
trace of him. He was found lying
alongside the track a few miles west
of Hesperia, with his neck broken. It
is thought he slipped from the top of
a car. as it was stormy and the cars
were wet and slippery.
The supervisors yesterday awarded
five contracts. The care of clocks was
awarded to Geo. H. Cook at MB per
mouth there being only one bid.
County physician was awarded to Dr.
Pitzsimnions at 8300 per year without
competition also. Burial of the pau
per dead was awarded to S. A. Logan
at $8 per body a against a bid from P.
Mohn A Co. at SI. 90 per liody. Print
ing was given to E. A. Rogers for $47.")
per year being the lowest bid. For
furnishing meals to prisoners. Burke
A Hickeyand H. Brinkmeyer each put
in bids at 15 cents per meal and the
former was awarded the contract at
The Eagle is a restless, as well as a
tireless bird. The order which takes
his name as its title, is much like
him.as it is always"doing something. "
The Phenix Eagles have just enter
tained the grand president of the or
der with a banquet aud tomorrow
night the fifth anniversary of the
founding of the order will be cele
brated by the Phenix aerie, one of
the features of which will be a ban
quet. All members of the legislature
have been invited to attend this ban
quet. Prescott Eagles have given a
number of entertainments noted for
their excellence aud hospitality but
propose to ecliiise all previous efforts
in this line with a ball to be given
Billy I Murai'. the famous heat and
steam fitter, who is well known all
over the coast, but who has been in
Prescott for the fiast two years, left
for San Diego today in response to a
telegram received yesterday from a
big Hrm in California, asking him to
proceed to that city at once to figure
on a big government contract. Mr.
Dugau informed a Journal-Miner man
today that the contract, so far as he
was informed in the matter, would be
for about fifteen large new building
that will lie erected by the govern
ment as an army post headquarters.
Tom Laird, the very capable min
ing correspondent of the Groom creek
sec; ion. has recently returned from a
three mouths' trip through the south
ern part of the territory, and is mak
ing arrangements to begin operations
( ii the Montatik group of mines on
(iroom creek. This property is owned
by Messrs. Brow and Laird and gives
splendid promises of leing a heavy
producer. Mr. Laird has promised
the Journal Miner that be will fur
nish some good reading matter regard
ing that rich section in the future.
Being a practical miner he has that
faculty of stating facts concerning a
property or section that appeals to
men who want to know the facts, and
a corresHindeuce from siih source is
The biggest cake ever given in Pres-
The Valdez. Alaska. Prospector. ,.u as areward fo faneveake walking.
summarizes a week I Meaner of that I , . . . -
town, endmg January " i felieaa l" IU ,h' window of the
The thermometer rauged from 37 ieuna bakery. This magnificent aud
above to 7 lielow zero. Snowed 8 j toothsome looking cake will lie pre
days. Total snowfall .34 5-S inches 15 j nted to the l.est cake walker at the
davs wind and 12 cloudv ones. a . , ... . , . . .
j Saturday night social club dance next
Col. Thomas Kwing. the well known Saturday night in I. O. O. F. hall,
mining man arrived in Prescott yes-j There is also a prize cake to le given
terdav from the south on mining busi- .
J trie KMirest walkers . if r-r.ii m
le ss. I In account of the ,-old weather ,
and storm he was unable to get out
into the mountains aud left on this
morning's train and will return
later to attend to the business in
W. S. Head returned last evening
from a protracted visit in California,
having been called to San Francisco
by the illness of his brother, who
sutieeouently died there and Mr. Head
was detained to look after the busi
ness. Mr. Head stopjicd iu I-ais An
geles en route home aud says that sec-
fancy stepper you will have tw
chances for a prize. There are said
to be several of Prescott's young peo
ple staiyng up late and practicing lie
fore the looking glass with determin
ation to capture that cake. Don't
miss the fun.
From Friday's Daily.
Ed Butt was in town from McCabe
The Iwiard of supervisors adjourned
Captain L. 1). Phillips and wife re
turned lsat uight from their trip to
New York. They ran into some pretty
stiff blizzards during the trip, the
weather the captain savs being very
disagreeable and unpleasant from the
time they left Arizona uutil they re
turned. The captain went on busi
ness and says that he had a very suc
cessful trip but is glad to get back
again to Arizona.
The other night a west bound
freight broke in two going down the
bill east of Wallapai and Brakeman
Mulvaue and Conductor Fairbanks
were precipitated through the caboose
window by the sudden stoppage of the
train. Fairbanks was considerably
shaken up. while Mulvaue was liadly
cut on the neck bv broken glass. The
injured men were taken to Kingman,
where Dr. Ealy attended to their iu
Representatives I). II. Morris and J.
H. .Johnson, appointed by Governor
Wells as special "Arizona strip" com
missioners have left Salt Lake for
Phenix to gain the annyurl of the
Arizona legislature in the project of
ceding to Utah that portion' of Ari
zona that lies north of the Colorado
river. The commissioners hojie to get
the Arizoua legislature to join Utah
iu a memorial to congress praying
that the boudary lines of the two com
monwealths be changed.
Prescott lodge No. 1. L O. O. P.,
on Wednesday uight installed the fol
lowing officers: J. C. Met ready. V
G. ; G. F. Tissler. V. O. : R. A. Tal
bet, treasurer: M. E. Miller, record
ing secrelaryy ; Fred C. Moore, finan
cial secretary; W. W. Gnash, warden:
Fred Bolden, C : Richard Sumid. L
G. ; Geo. Henry, O. G. ; S. J. Gnash,
R. S. S. ; Albert Heller. L. S. S. ; P.
G. Rosenblatt. K. S. N. G. ; Henry
Suder, L. S. N. G. : H. F. Lowe, R.
S. V. G. ; E R. Moulton, L. S. V.
G. ; J. M. W. Moore, trustee.
Joseph A. Sargent, assistant engi
neer of the U. S. geological survey,
was in town this week after supplies
for the camp now operating at Search
light. As soon as this preliminary
survey is completed and the site
adopted for the dam Uncle Sam in
tends putting in a reservoir that will
reclaim the latin along the line ot tin-
Colorado river which w ill make homes
for the thousands. The expense at
first will he enormous, but so too will
be the great lieneflt to the public.
Charles S. Smith met his death at
the White Cloud mine Monday and
was buried Tuesday. A coroner's jury
found that Mr. Smith's death was ae
cidental. With his partner, Mr.
Quinland. he was putting timbers in
the shaft of the mine thirty feet from
the bottom, and in some manner lost
his footing and fell. He was instant
ly killed. The deceased was exceed
ingly popular with the eople gener
ally, and appreciation of his many
good qualities was shown by the large
number of his fellow workers who paid
tribute to him at the grave today.
Auother man has gone and married
without taking the public into his
confidence and so far as known with
out even giving his more intimate
friends an intimation of his inten
tions. The man is H. K. Peeples the
well known tailor, and the particular
lady in the case is Miss Kalhryu EL
Cannon. They were married iu Phe
nix yesterday afternoon bv Proliate
Judge Phillips. Mr. Peeples' many
friends will excuse him for his silence
regarding his intentions in tnis mat
ter. aud their congratulations will lie
none the less sincere and earnest, and
in extending which the Journal Miner
desires to chronicle itswishes for hap
piuess and prosperity of the couple.
Two very estimable young people
were united in marriage last night by
Rev. T. F. Bernett. They were Miss
Bogie Pratt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Pratt, a very popular young
lady aud E. C. Averyt. an equally
popular youug man. at present city
assessor and tax collector of Prescott.
The ceremony was performed at the
residence of the bride's parents in
East Prescott in the presence of only
a small circle of relatives aud friends
of the couple. While the announce
mem oi tne marriage will come as a
The stomach is a I I "er factor in "life,
liberty and the pm nit of happiness
than most peopk a . -.are. Patriotism
can withstand bunga nut not dyspepsia.
lac confirmed dya
peptic "is fit for
and spoils." The
man a ho goes to the
front for his country
will be a weak
soldier, and a fault
A sound stomach
makes tor good citi
zenship as well aa
for health and happi
ness. I ) i s e a ses of the
stomach and other
organs of diges
tion and nutrition
are pr . mptly and
In the use of Dr.
Ph rce s Golden Med
ical Discovery. It
builds up the body
with sound flesh and
"After I receiver! tW
alTtre which you (rave tnr in irnnl to way
treatment." writes Cm Dnrnrr. Esq.. of 1915
Pulaski Strut llsHiim Maryland. "I asca
t your ' Goidr M lical Puwmij 1 acrordiiia t
directions Anrr using four t itles 1 coacMrrrsI
my-if cured, as 1 havr not frit anv symptumm
incr. Had tried almost all remedies that I
beard of that were good for iljillll Waa. hot with
out relief. Finally. I letanir tiiacouraged, and
wrote to you for a'dyice with the nhove result"
The dealer who offers a substitute for
the " IWscovery " is only seeking to make
the little more profit realized on the sal
of less meritorious preparations.
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser is sent frtt on receipt of stamps
to pay expense of mailing only. Send
21 one-cent stamps for the paper covered
Dook. or v stamps tor the cloth bound.
Address Dr. K. V. Pierce. Buffalo, N. Y.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.
Official Proceedings of the Board of
Supervisors of Yavapai
Sunday, afternoon at 3 o'clock from
the parlors of P. Moan Co. on Mon
A meeting of lea. Kautz Garrison
No. '27. Army ami Navy Union, will
be held this evening at 8 o'clock in
Odd F Hows hall. Flection of offi
cers and other important business.
Mrs. Mary A. Alexander died iu
Phenix on Friday. She was the
mother of Mrs. A. C. Maker aud J.
L. B. Alexander. She was 45 years
old at the time of her death.
O. K. Morris, in charge of the con
-i ruction of the 300 stamp mill at the
Iron King mine is in town today. Mr.
Morris reiercsents the contractors,
the Joshua Bendy Machine Works.
Thos. Mo:.. I. is in from his Blue
Bird miniug claims iu the Hradshaw
mountains. He reports everything
covered with snow and proeiects for
a big year's work in that section are
Kd S. Campliell, the well known
mining man. came iu from the Tur
key creek section last night and re
ports the largest snow fall in that sec
tion and the llradsbaws that, has lieen
known for years.
The preliminary examination of J.
T. Hinds on a charge of emliezlemeut
was concluded today. The case was
submitted without any testimony lie
iug presented by defendant and he
was held under slum bonds to answer
to the grand jury.
A Mexican who had lieen employed
at (ioddard's doing chores, has lieen
missiug ever since the murder of God
dard and Cox. He had lieen talking
with the two Hoi If Be prior to the
murder and it is thought they Killed
If the Curtiss Comedy comedy hail
presented "A Kentucky Girl" to a
IVesx-ott audience on the first uight of
its engagement, they would have
played to licttcr hoiiss during the
week. The company made a decided
hit last night.
Office of the board of supervisors of
l avapal County, Arizona.
Prescott, Ariz., Feb. 2, 1903.
Board of Supervisors of Yavapai
County, Arizoua, met pursuant to ad
jourumeut Monday, February 2, l'M,
at 10 a. m.
Present G. H. Schuerman. chair
man, D. G. Sinclair and Fred Ste
phens, members, and J. H. Robinson,
Minutes of January 3, 1903. were
read aud on motion the same were ap
proved. Report of J. P. Storm "ex officio
tax collector" of taxes collected dur
ing January, 1903, was compared with
duplicate assessment rolls the same
was found correct, the report ordered
filed and the rolls were stamped ac
cordingly, the report being as fol
lows, to wit :
1902 taxes 3,010.50; 1902 tax school
district No. 1, $59.45; 1902 costs.
j?7.r.(; 1890 taxes, 90 cents; 1890 tax
school dist. No. 1, 0 cents; 1890 costs.
H.06; 1890 taxes, $99.32; 1890 cosU,
J. P. Storm, treasurer, appeared
and the hoard proceeded to make set
tlement with him for the mouth of
January. 1903, the same being as fol
lows, to wit :
To balance Jan. 1, 1903 - $120,02."rJ
Yuma county, treasurer 1,535. 90
Kecorder s fees - - - 02u.2o
Recorder's fees - - 197.05
To line-. J. M. Watts - 80.10
One half keep U. S. prisoners 87.00
Fines, J. R. Ridge
Kent court house
Fines, J. R. Ridge
l i nes. A. J. Hunt
1902 tax, school dist. No. 1
1902 costs -
1896 costs -
Recorder aud tax collector
fees - - -
A. Rogers, (Prescott Courier;
per year, 475.
J. 0L Martin, (Arizoua Journal
Mm.-! ier year, $048.
C. S. Thompson, i Jerome Reporter),
per year, $500.
Thos. L. Sbultz, (lVaapaat), per
Geo. Wooster, various price list at
THE IRON KING PROPERTY
various price list
By Territorial treasurer - 33,350.18
County refunding F., other
F. debt - - - 19,147.98
Yavapai co. Redpt. F., int 7, 910.00
1 avapal CO. Redpt. t..
Kelly A Stephen
BURIAL l DEAD.
P. Mohn .v Co., nut i in ime.l box,
per body, $3.90.
1. .Mohn. painted cottlu. etc.. ier
S. A. Logan. er body. $8.
BOARD OF PRISON ERS
Burke A Ilickey. per meal. 15 cents.
H. Briukuieyer, ier meal, 15 cents.
CARE OF CLOCKS.
Geo. H. Cook Jt Co.. tower clocks
per quarter, $35. All other clocks ier
SICK AND OTHERWISE DEPEND
Mrs. Josephine Oiroux and F. W.
Giroux, patient per day, 53 cents.
Win. Thomas, patient per day, 55
John W. Flinu. paftteai hu day, 50
S. V. Fitzsimmons. per year. $300.
In the matter of tin appointment of
a road overseer in and for road dis
trict No. 14. Petitions having been
received for the appointment of John
B. Ricketts aud L. K Hunt as road
overseer in and tor road district No.
14, the same were taken up and after
due consideration John H Ricketts
was appointed subject to filing and
approval of bond.
Petitions having been received for
the appointment of li. E. Vassal- as
justice of the ieace of Poland pre
cinct the same was taken up aud on
it to say that the louuage will be eijr
greai aud the capability of the mine
to produce large daily tonnage depend.-
ouly on bow the mine is devel
oped. "While at the property I had the
pleasure of meeting the general man
ager. .Mr. Ben tsiancnard. aud 1 wish
o say right here that I never had the
plea-ure of meeting a man so thorough
aud conservative as Mr. Blanchard.
He is doing good work on the prop
erty, in the most economic manner
consistent with efficiency. I con-
.late he officers of the American
The Recent Visit of Eastern Stockholders Results in Orders to Double Copper eoaaaear? on having such an
n . excellent property aud competent
thn Panacitu for fluuo nninn fho DrnnorK t i . t
vu.u,UF.y ,, . , uM...j. management. "
The members of the visiting party
were -imply delighted with what they
saw. as is evidenced from the fact
aw-rage feet deep, of a splendid in- that a directors meeting was held on
Destined to Be One of the Greatest Mining ;
Propositions of the West.
During a visit of aliout thirty of
the principal stockholders of the
American Copper coiupauy from New
York City, New York, and Kansas
City, Mo., a few days since a Journal
Miner representative was invited by
General Manager Ben Blaucbard to
visit this wonderful property, which
lies within sixteen miles of Prescott.
as the crow flies, or about twenty
miles by rail, iu a southeasterly direc
tion, in the very heart of one of the
richest mining sections in the west.
On arriving at the Iron King siding.
crease iu values.
"It is merely a matter of pencil ami
Jiaper to show enough to warrant very
extensive development. I merely give
these figures to convey an idea of the
immensity of this splendid property
wheu developed. What work is done
at present is but as an ounce to a ton.
"I find that the best mines through
out this central portion of Arizona
have copper connected with them.
The oxidized ores alone, anil only 100
ieei ueep. win make ot it a mine
we fouud the side track full of cars of of greater magnitude than many good
Chas. E. Hall
Loa UL'e lis lo
bonds .... 7,000.00
Expense Fund warrants 19,248. 85
School fund warrants - 11,228 03
Refunded taxes - - 12.00
Road fund warrants 2,348.00
Redeemed road warrants 1,363.15
Teachers' Inst. F. wars - 25.00
School D. No. 1 B. and L
F. War - - 1,050.00
School dist. No. 1. Bldg Fund
Wars - - - 2,610.00
Recorder's fees - - 1.00
Tax collector's feee - 50
Balance Jan. 31, 1909 24,438.69
The cancelled ami redeemed orders.
warrants, receipts, coupons and bonds
were compared with treasurer's
monthly report. The same were fouud
to correspond aud were cancelled and
report ordered filed.
The following orders were on mo
lion drawn on J. P. Storm, treasurer,
aa officio tax collector, to wit:
You are hereby directed in the as
sessmeut of est. James Roarke for the
year 1901, to reduce cattle to 300
head. 12000!, and stock horses to 'Jo
head $200, also to strike off the :
per cent penalty. Also iu assessment
of W. II. Potts for the year 1902 to
strike off improvements on lot 20, blk.
A, Prescott, $375.00. 2 work horses
80, wagon $40, Total, $475.00; also in
assessment of Wm. Roarke for the year
1902 to strike off 100 head cattle $1,000.
4 horses, $100, the said assessments
lieing in error.
On motion it was ordered that the
ImiihI of the couuty assessor lie fixed
in the sum of ten thousand dollars
Chairman Schuerman reported the
lav Mr. Hall is the i approval oy mm ot the following
lioiids. to wit :
J. 11. Robinson, clerk board of su
pcrvisors, sureties W. J. Mulveuon
and R. N. Fredericks bond 32,000.
William Stephens, justice of the
peace Camp Verde, sureties J. H.
Wingfield and J. T. Van Dereu. bond.
Mary E. White, butcher Minneha
ha, sureties Daniel Coudron and Geo.
P. Harrington, bond $1,000.
Johu D. Lay, road overseer dist.
No. 27. sureties D. E. Dumas aud
Chas. H. Hooker, bond $10,00.
H. L. Jaycox. road overseer (list.
No. 5. sureties Leopold Wallothand
('. W.C arter, bond $1,000.
F. W. Giroux. justice of the ieace
Lynx Creek, sureties Chas. R. Broaa
and Victor R. Salinger, bond $1,000.
On motion hoard adjourned until
Tuesday, Feb. 3, 1903. at 10 a. m.
G. II. SCHUERMAN, Chairman.
Attest: J. H. ROBINSON, Clerk.
Hid mother left for
special representative for I-' rank I-ies
ley's magaizne and has been in this
sectiou for several days collecting
data for a special article on Arizona,
to be published ill the above maga
Mrs. I!en Delanly and son left for
Jerome this morning where she will
spend a few weeks with her husliaiid
who has charge of the work of rebuild
ing the Jerome telephone system. An
up to date complete metallic circuit
system is lieing put iu which will
give Jerome as good a telephone ser
vice a.- can lie found in the west.
A carienteis union has lieen organ
laed in Prescott with the following
officers: fresideiit. Is. .. Smith: re-
Oordinej secretary. R. A. Marshall:
tiuanciai -ecietary. I-rank Deary.
Meeting-at.' held on the first and
third Thursdays in sack mouth at K.
of P. ball. F II. Covey, niemtier of
Lea Angeles union organized the
Mr. and Mrs. Parsons and the for
mer's mother and step father. Mr.
and Mrs. O'Donnell. left today for
San Diego, where they will probably
make their future home. Mr. Parsons
has leen iu the plumbing business
with A. J. Head, in Prescott for the
past year, and he and his wife have
made many warm friends here who
regret their depart urv.
A telegram from Cananea says: The
tie up of the railroad of the Cananea
Copper eeaaaaaay is complete. Not a
single man remains at work. The
smelters are idle and it is estimated
that the cost to (he coiiqiany from
failure to run its smelters is 15.000
for each day. Suierintenlent Bur
chard held a conference with a com
mittec of strikers but no agreement
aaum 1 1 t., r,,-.,,. 1 ,... letie dill
uill not U -. louil " ariangement
aud happiness. Mr. Averyt is build
ing a residence in southeast Prescott.
but for the present they have taken
apartments at Hotel Hurke, which
they will occupy until its completion.
The Journal Miner joins in its con
gratulations and well wishes.
A meeting will be held in Dough
erty hall tomorrow afternoon at
o'clock sharp, by the Prescott Ath
The board of supervisors yesterday
awarded the contract lor care of the
sick aud indigent to the highest bid
der. There were three bids presented :
Wm. Thomas, 56 cents per day er
patient: Mr. and Mrs. Giroux 53
ceuts: J. W. Flinn .71 cents. The con
tract was let to Thomas at the highest
price. The awarding of this contract
to the highest bidder was uuder differ
ent conditions from that of the burial
of the dead. The lowest bidder is not
a naturalized citizen although he has
taken out his first papers, which un
der a certain section he thought to In
sufficient to entitle him to bid. An
other section however, holds the mem
bers of the board personally resMin
sible for paying money on contracts,
to any one not a citizen of the United
States. The next lowest bidder failed
to accompany his bid with a certified
check, as required as a inatter of good
faith. With these conditions con
fronting them there was nothing left
for them to do but to award the con
tract to the high man whose bid was
according to specifications.
Prom Saturday's Daily.
Mrs. Mary Averyt and two children
went to Jerome this morning for a few
Captain A. F. Browu, represent in
the California Powder works, is In
town on his ieriodicl visit.
Lee H. Laudis. general agent of the
S. F. P. aud P. railroad at Phenix
sjieut Friday in town on court boat
ness. John S. Jones returned last night
from the east, with a party of capital
ists who will look over some mining
properties iu this section.
Hon. Cbas. H. Akers, passed
through Prescott today on his way to
Ash Fork to meet his son Kryan who
has lieeu visiting iu Kansas City.
The funeral of the late Frank
Kuhne will take place tomorrow.
for the purpose of making
and electing officers and s-euring the
paraphernalia that goes to fit up the
gymnasium. Every signer of the two
petitions are earnestly requested to
iie present. The meeting will lie
called to alar promptly at 2 o'clock.
Bring your friends also.
W. A.Rowe. member of the legisla
ture from this county, came up from
Phenix yesterday accompanied by As
semblyman O. W Bernard ot Pima
county. Steve Rncmer ami J. A.
Howell of Cochise, and Gus Williams
of Graham. They sepnt Friday in
Prescott. ami were driven around
town by T. O. Norris in his tine rig.
Today the party went out to Yal Verde
and over the Crowned King road to
the end of the track.
Do You Enjoy
What You Eat ?
You can eat whatever and whenever you
like If you take Kodol. By the use of this
remedy disordered digestion and diseased
stomachs are so completely restored to
health, and the full performance of their
functions naturally, that such foods as would
tie one into a double bow knot are eaten
without even a "rumbling" and with a posi
tive pleasure and enjoyment. And what is
more these foods are assimilated and
transformed Into the kind of nutriment that
is appropriated by the blood and tissues.
Kodol is the only digestant or combination
of digestants that will digest all classes of
food. In addition to this fact, it contains, in
assimilative form, the grea'est known tonic
and reconstructive properties.
Kodol cures indigestion, dyspepsia and all
disorders arising therefrom.
Kodol Digests What You Eat
Makes the Stomach Sweet.
Bottles only Recubr stir. $ 1 .00. holdine 2H times
the trial size, wn.ch sellsfor 50 cets.
Prepared by E. C. DeWITT & CO., Chicago, III.
BRISLEV DRUG CO mm W W KOSS
POHLE 4. PARMELEE
ASSAVERS AND CHEMISTS
Spivial attciitioiitocoiitrol and ampere work
Ores tcsti-d to not el Milan the hist method of
treatment. We have a in iw and Hm .roughly
equipped Laboratory. Over BQ years prac
tical experience in Colorado.
Prices and sample sacks free on applicatii n.
Ifi27 Champa St.. Denver. Colo. ns-
Prescott. Ariz., Feb. 3, 1903. Board
of supervisors of Yavapai County.
Arizona, met pursuant to adjournment
Tuesday, Peb. X liHtt, at 10 a. m.
Present G. II. Scheurman. D. G.
Sinclair and Kred Stephens, members,
and ,1. H. Robinson, clerk.
Minutes of Feb. 2, L90S, read an on
motion the same were approved.
Iu the matter of the appointment of
a road overseer iu aud for road dis
trict No. 4. Petitions have lieeu re
ceived for the appointment of Frank
G reran, lavid Kiusey, Dee Scott
and ,1. L. Summers as overseer in and
for rand district No. 4, the same were
taken up aud after due consideration
Frank Gootlwiu was appointed subject
to tiling aud approval of bond.
In the matter ofthe appointment of
a road overseer in and for road dis
trict No. 34. Petitions having beeu
received for the appointment of T. B.
Farrow and M.A. Fix as road overseer
in and for road district No. 34. the
same were taken up aud after due con
sideratiou T. B. Farrow was appointed
subject to tiling and approval of bond.
In the matter of the appointment of
a road overseer in and for road dis
trict No. Hi. Petitions having lieen
received for the appointment of John
Comer and Jetf Davis as road overseer
in and for road district No. 10, the
same were taken up and after due con
sideration John ("tuner was appointed
subject to tiling and approval of boutl.
In the matter of the appointment of
a roa l overseer in aud for roadjlis
trict No. SL Petitious having been
received for the appointment of James
L. Culver aud Ceorge Gil bed as road
overseer ill and for roatl district No.
'Jl, the same were taken up and after
due consideration James L. Culver
was appointed subject to filing and
approval of bond
Petitions having lieen received for
the appointment of ri ad overseers,
the same were taken up and on motion
the following named persons were ap
pointed as such overseers for the dis
trict set opposite their resiective
names subject to tiling and approval
of bond, to wit :
W. II. Robinson Bond district No.
R. M. Tnhha Wwmk district No. H.
Joseph Brock man Road district No.
The appointments by P. J. Farley,
recorder of M. A. Lawler and P. J.
Keohane as deputy recorders were on
This lieing I he day and hour by this
board for the opening of "Proposals"
for t he several annual contracts and
other matter as published in the
"Arizona Journal Miner" a daily
papar published in the city of Pres
cott. the board proceeded to open the
bids at 2 o'clock p. aa., the same be
ing as follows, to it :
motion the said B. F. Vassar was ap
xiuted subject to Wag aud approval
Chairman Scheurman reKirted the
approval by him of the IkiikI of D. J.
Sullivan assessor with Dennis A.
Burke, J. W Wilson aud M. J.
Hickey as sureties, bond SW.OOO.
On motion it was ordered that road
districts Nos. 41 anil No. i, the same
to he hereafter known as road district
Ou motion board adjourned until
Weduesday , February I, 1'.'3, at 10
O. II. SCHEURMAN. Chairman.
J. H. Robinson. Clerk.
Prescott. Ariz.. Feb. 4. ltwtt.
Board of supervisors of Yavapai
county. Arizona, me' pursuant to ad
journment Feb. 1, 1908, at lo a. m.
Present (I. H. Schuerman. chair
mau, I). G. Sinclair aud Fred Ste
phens, memliers and J. H. Robinson
Minutes of February 3. tttti, read
and ou motion the same were ap
proved. On motion ("has. C McKeever was
appointed road over.-ecr iu anil for
road district No. '.tl subject to tiling
and approval of bond.
On motion J. P Storm treasurer
and ex-otticio tax collector, was di
rected to grant to Mrs. K. Youug.
widow's exemption for the year 1U02.
Claims of .1. B. .lolly, siiperinlen
dent of schools of for expenses
ill visiting schools from April 1. HM,
to Decemlier 31, I'.OKl. was on motion
On motiou the bid of P. Mohu A
Co. for burial of dead at AM per
body was rejected.
On motion the following contracts
were awardetl for supplies etc.. for
oue year from February lo. inclusive
provided good and siilticient bouds are
given, the same to be approved by the
chairman of the board, to wit :
E. A. Rogers, Prescott Moruiug
Courier, per year. K7&
Bl'KlAL OF DEAD.
S. A. Logan. eOT body. ifH.
BOARD OF PRISONERS.
Burke A- Hickey. per meal, 1.1
CARE OF CU K'KS.
Geo. II. Cook A Co.. per ipiarter,
S. V. Fitzsimmons. ier year. IBM
On motion board adjourned until
Thursday. Feb. .1. 1908, at lo a BL
G II. SCHUERMAN,
J. H. ROBINSON, Clerk.
machinery aud timbers including the
aeeeanl Pullman in which the party
came from New York. The visitors
were at the mine inspecting the un
The properties comprising this
group of mines, known as the Iron
King group, consists of twenty full
claims, in a solid body 2400 feet wide
aud nOO feet in leugth, covering a
depth of 1000
report as fol-
Mr. Archer doses his
"I can uot speak in too high terms
of the promised future of tins' great
property, and predict that it will be
Arizona's greatest producer in values
when propei !v opened up, and it has
its one thousand st-mps ; d-ping.
tract of ground of about 400 acres. A j ' earnestly advocate extensive de
part of the property was purchased I velopn ent, especially iu sinking. "
about three years ago by Mr. Blau-
the ground, there being present J. K.
Biirnhain. president ; F. A. Faxon, vice
president ; T. J. Roberta, vice presi
dent ; A. S. Kimberly, secretary -treasurer:
Thos. P. Wallace, C. Frank
Bougbton, O. W. Phil brook, assistant
-ectiiaiiis; Beu Blanchard, general
manager. It was decided to increase
the mill aud cyanide plant from 100
tons daily capacity to 'J00 tons, in
stall a complete electric plant for
luhtu a the mine. buildings and mill,
and running the machine drills which
will also be installed in the near fu-
Aim li. i -haft was ordered sunk at
south end of main drift through which
to lower the rock tilling material.
Al-o to sink a large three compart
ment working shaft near the stamp
mill and ereet a large tank and install
a tire engine lo give ample fire protec
tion, two large reservoirs now being
constructed to hold two hundred
thousand gallons of water each. At
i n-sent there are about 50 men work
ing at the mine but as soon as room
can lie made for more the force will
J. Robert Moechel. of Kau-as City,
chard against the advice of a number I OI'e of the liest known mining eugi-
of pataaaa who had known the prop- j neers ami ex(ierts iu the country, has i increased, and the Iron King mine
erty for years and had considered thoroughly examine I the pmpery. hav- : mn depended upon to develop into
flint it was ol little value as they sup- I '"if -petir sevi nil ...... s there persou-
posed the immense ledge or fissure '' esaaaaarina and aaaBntanj he prop
vein which crosses the property from;etry from on- end to the o'hrer. He
northeast to southwest and stands up was also vttt the party of stockhold
out of the ground in many places j ers who visited the property a few
from J to 50 feet and from 40 to t)0 days ago anil assisted Mr. Blanchard
feet wide, to lie only a great barren ii" showing these L-ntlemen the prop
Hrphyry dyke, such as are quite nu- I er?y in every detail and explaining it
merous iu many s4-ctious of the cuun- j them. Among other things he say:
try. and it had looked so big aud I "There are two distinct dykes that
commou that it had lieen passed over i r" u the whole length northeast to
oue of the greatest mines in the west.
The persouel of the directorate
would not lie improved upon. They
are all business men of the highest
We congratulate Mr. Kimberly on
bringing such a large party of repre
sentative business men to our midst.
PASSING OF PIONEER
as worthless for years. But Mr. Blau
chard an at ouce what had lieeu over
looked by others, that this was uot a
worthies.- porphyry dyke but was a
true ti.-sure vein of honeycomb quartz,
every ton of which was free milling
aud cyauiding ore. After working
southwest of this property. In several
cases these dykes tower forty feet
above the ground.
"There are also white quartz crop
pings showing in places, as high as six
feet above the grotiud and as wide a.
tweuty feet. Much of this quart
Frank Kuhne Dies This Afternoon
After Very Brief Illness.
quietly ou the property for some time shows copper stain all over. One
the work of forming the American : large cropping about three feet aliove
Copper company was liegun and when (the ground showed much sulphide.
The announcement this afternoon of
the death of Frank Kuhne came as a
-nrpri-e and a shock to very many of
his friends. His death occurred about
1 3B o'clock at his residence at 420
South Marina street.
He had ouly been sick for a .few
this was done several adjoining claims
were qutetlv added to the property minerals, one the gold and silver belt
"The surface indicate- two belts of 1 ana " w generally
mt il all the ground was secured that the other the copper belt with gold Mr' Kuhne was amoaK the
it was thought advisable for this ! and silver values which is home out
settlers of this section and has been
group, when t he work of actual devel- i "y tne development work
opment was liegun, which was a little; Ixdow ground.
less than teas years ago, aud some ideal "All of the cropping on this prop
of the business like and systematic erty are very prominent, and give the
iiaimer in which I be work of develop , yery best and strongest indication of
ing the property has lieen carried on, pronounced, steady and long coutin
may be gained when it is learned that tied pst activity.
iu that time nearly iS) feet of under j "Next to the big vein of honeycomb
ground ajork has been done, besides j quartz close to the approximate cen
the erection of a iiiiinlier of nice and ; ter line of the property, runs what is
substantial buildings, such as hoist j essentially a heavy it on quartz, show
and engine rooms, machine ahuiuva ! nig iu width often Ave feet on the
splendid tKiarding house.large office, I surface. Two snch veins, often anflai
bunk houses and several cottages ' fissure veins, mav lie followed almost
feet ' '""k'1'!' mining ever since coming
here He was for years a prominent
Seal a in mining on Lynx creek, and
j in more recent years acquired the
Sunny South property, located south
of Prescott. He was an industrious
man and a useful citizen. He leaves
a A te and five children to mourn the
loss of an affectionate husband and
kind father, and their sorrow will be
-hared. though in probably a less
degree by a large circle of friends.
.Mr. Kuhne had no enemies, as he
wonld have .scorned to have wronged
insinuation oi a nne steam hoisting! "Shale crop pings in the static form
Plant, the erection of a large mill j and showing sulphides are very promi
building MM aud capable of con- nent, lieing in some places over 2U
taming a -Mo tou stamp mill and cy-
for for the week
Arandt Cold M
Bacheller. E I".
letters remaining uncalled
eliding January -ti.
Arndl. I MM
Bailey. Mrs M
Bar. .1 J
Chappel. Mr- Eva Callahan. D I"
Copeland. Chas Champaign. P B
Cook, Oeo W
(Vine. T B
Davis. J J
Hart man. F M
Htlke. E R
Hopsou. Mrs B
Johnson, C II
Kyest. Mrs L
MeQaiBn, A C
Morris. W B
'( 'onnel. 1 leo
Peterson. Mrs P
Ryan. Mrs. T T
Simpson. E II
Whistler. J T
Cox. Flor i
I leans. M -s Maria
Forrest. Mrs C S
Hill. J E
liawley. A B
Henry. F C
Kellv. Juo E
K. llog. A W
Keohoelie. P J
Kipt. Chas B
Riser. Rue B
Leland. S F
M. l is. L
Preston. E W
!e. W F
Boberts. T S
Rouen, N C
Stepellsoll. N E
Stone. 11 II
Wallace. Mr L
Wilson, w il
Broed. Jose Costanzo, T
Encinas. Pedro (bono. K
llereras. M Nicole
Rodela. C Salias,
where a number of the employes .f i th-whole length of Ike property mn- j ne,DR T lo glTen mm
the mine and their families live, the uiug southwest to northeast. . tuse for enmity.
ine cause or tteain was a complica
tion of diseases. The body was re
moved to P. Mohn A: Co. 's undertak
ing narlors to tie nrenared for burial
feet wide and 9000 to J500 feet long. , j tK .,i :n ,ot i
.j, . a - . . ... .. ... .... ! " m l"-" u
........... i ... - " ux- lumuiucij I in tne souineasi part oi tne prop- Sunday
for a 100 -ton plant is now being put erty quartz croppings with lead oxide '
iu place. Another remarkable thiugiare fouud. This mineral crumbles,
aUiut all this work is the economy j readily, having the appearance of j
Willi winch tills has lieeu done, mineral nuint
iffernoon at 2 o'clock.
Scarcely 50.iH' has been spent
and the ore body now blocked out is
estimated at a very conservative esti
mate to lie worth fully 10. 000, 000 and
it is saitl an offer of $3,000,000 has
been flatly refused by the company.
These amounts may seem to be very
large but when it is taken into consid
eration the immense liody of ore that
ties In en proven the amount is a very
low calculation. In support of
t hese statemeus let a few figures be
Shaft No. '2 is uow down 55 feet,
-haft No. 1 is EH feet, shaft No 3. is
til feet deep and shaft No. 4 is 55
deep. Shaft No. 1 aud 'J and cross cut
No. 3 are all connected by a drift over
MOO feel long at the 100 foot level. At
shaft No. I a cross cut has beeu run
135 feet, at No. 2201) feet, No. 3 cross
cut is SI feet and No. 4 cross cut 100
feet, and all of these are iu solid ore
which will average down to the 100
foot level alnint H to the ton. Oue
veiu 40 feet wide is free milliug gold
"A white quartz vein ruus into the
property from the southwest, and
auother more directly from the west.
"These showings are extreinelj
"The ores taken from the 100 foot
level at the two wonting shafts are a
study and give much information.
Practically it may ke said that
every pound on the dumps is ore con
taining value iu gold, or silver, or
copper or iu lead, usually in two and
three of these metals.
"The ore liody as exposed at the 100
foot level couists almost entirely of
continuous layers of different ores.
By examining the blue print sketch of
the underground workings with dis
lances given in feet, the value of the
tremendous Uly of ore now cxjiosed
will lie understood when I say that all
is iu ore which will pay a profit to
"This is a mine at the 100 foot
level. Although ouly about the
leugth of half a claim has lieeu ex
ore carrying silver and lead another plored. of which one hall is on the
vein 21 feet wide. The remainder lie
ing low grade copier sulphide ore.
At the BO fKt level in blocking
out a statiou MbrJB feet a solid body
of black sulphide ore was encountered
which averages nearly OH to the ton.
A cross cut has lieeu started in the
Iron King claim and one half ou the
Bonanza claim, over 1,000,000 tons of
ore have been blocked out.
"There is every indication that this
immense deposit of ore. which is over
200 feet iu witlth. runs the full leugth
of the property, that is. "500 feet or
sulphide ore autl so far as the cross nearly oue and one-half miles. In
cut has beeu driveu the ore remains
the same. A sump was also sunk 21
feet deep anil is still in the same
quality of ore. or lictter. if any thing,
so this new character of ore that has
just been brought iu promises to
greatly increase the value of the prop
erty, which is already so great that it
call hardly lie realized and could fur
nish ore from what is uow I locked out
siitlicient to make the property a tlivi
deut payer lor many years to come.
Ill support of these statements the
Journal Miner will submit a few
statements Irom well known and im
putable milling engineers who have
examined the property.
T. C. Archer of Prescott. who ex
amined the priqierty a few mouths
ago. among other things said:
"I will uot summarize the many
assays taken from these working from
fact, iu many places the en pping
show a width of over :t0 feet. The
quantity of ore is such that it cannot
all l e worked out in a lifetime.
"The only problem to be solved is
the economic handliug of the ore.
And with the present management in
charge. you neel have no fear but that
the ore will be handled at a very low
figure and at a large profit.
"The pro)ierty should be made to
pay big dividends for many years to
"It is hard to conceive of a deposit
of ore over 200 feet in width and over
one and one fourth miles in length.
This great body of ore increases in
value with every foot ol depth. As
says taken from the 120 foot level
show a gold value ol .2i per ton. SI. 10
in silvet. and over 13 per cent lead."
Wm. S. Edwar.1-. mining engineer
top to bottom, which I find give an ; ,,f New oik City, a mining man of
Ttaia gigiiature la on every fera o4 Um aaaW
Laxative Bromo Quinine iwuaia
he remedy that en re a ha MM 1n
Stops the Liauh .Hid Works off
Lixative Bromo Quinine I ..blot
en re a cnltl in one day. No cure no
pay. Price 25c. 3 ! at
Standjrd remedv ha fii: i. ""N.
r.nnA.rh .1 in.i I. SI C, ..a...l '
IN 4a HOURS. Cuo .
net and Bladder Troubles
average assay value of 12 lor the short
distance along the ledge of ."illl feet,
i which was i he extent of the drift at
the I line. Mr. Archer made the exam
illation and will cube up the small
amount now blocked out. I will put
the width at MO feet by l feet deep
bv ."ill! feet iii length. 2" cubic feet
per ton. : LIT. 001) tons at 112 per ton
eejoaJa 0(,38i,OUe less cost of mining
aud milling ;2o ier ton Sl.5TO.000,
leaa eeal ol plant S ISO, 660 equals ;.
BBLflOO net. "
Since this tune the drift has Ix-en
doubled in length and shaft No. 2
-unk 21 feet de. er. the ore increasing
iu value from MS to OH paw ton. He
also adds :
"This is only taking MO feet in
length from this wide cropping,
w hich I have it.. I to lie 200 feet wide
for a di.tai'ce of 3QM feet, which
leaves :t240 feet lo take us to center
of the Copier Prince, with every in
dicatioii liom surface assays and as-
large experience anya:
"The properly is most admirably
situated for economic working. The
Prescott and Eastern railroad, a
branch of the Santa Fe railroad, vir certain cure for feverish ness. con
tually passes over one end ot the stipation. headache, tcvtbinjf and
property. The property is connected ' stomach disorders ami remove worms.
DM) MI CH PROSPERITY.
W. B Leeds, president of the Rock
Island system, states that restricted
prosperity would be better for the
railroads than the present unlimited
business. It is not necessary, he
- i-. that the present high pressure of
prosperity should be maintained in
order that the railroads and the coun
try generally should be considered
-afely prosperous. In his opinion.
I he neaHnl prosperity might be con
sidered on a rather more satisfactory
basis if the present volume of busi
neaa decreased somewhat. Mr. Leeds
ainks the efforts of the railroads and
factories to meet the sudden demands
does not permit of the most economi
cal and logical development. The ac
tive demands for money, he says, does
uot enable railroads to place securi
goixi advantage as desirable.
He tloes not think, however, that
there is auything to fear or that there
is anything wrong with the founda
tions of our prosperity.
sure sipn of approaching; revolt
ami serious trouble in your system is
nerv. usiies. sleeplessness, or stom
ach upsets Electric Ritters will
'piicklv dismember the tioublesome
causes. It never fails to tone the
-tiiin; h. regulate the kidneys and
I mwels. stimulate the liver and clarify
he blood. Run down systems bene
fit particularlv and the usual attend
tii.' aches vanish under its searching
nd tin routrb effectiveness. Electric
Bitters is only 50c. and that is re
turned if it don't rive perfect satis
faction. Guaranteed by all drug;
One Minute Cough Cinv giTes relief
in one minute, because it kills the
mierolie which tickles the mucous
membrane, causing the cough, and at
the same time clears the phlegm,
.haw- out the inflammation and heals
hand soothes the affected parts. One
Minute Cough Cure strengthens the
lungs, wards off pneumonia and is a
harmless never failing cure in all cur
able cases of Coughs, Colds and
Croup. One Minute Cough Cure is
pleasant to take, harmless and good
alike for young and old. Brisley
rug Co.. Ken S. Hildreth.
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders
for Children. Mother Gray, for
rears a nurse in the Children's Home
in New York, treated children suc
cessfully with a remedy, now pre
pared and plao d in the drug stores,
called Mother Grav's Sweet Powders
for Children. Thev are harmless as
milk, pleasant to take and never fail
both by telegraph ami telephone with
Prescott. and (hence all over the
world. There is an unfailing supply
of water ill the Agua l'ria river, dis
tant less than one mile; and good
steam coal can tic delivered under
At all rrnifQrists. Zoe. Don t accept
any substitute. Sample sent FREE
Address Allen S OlmsteMd, Le
Rov. N Y.
THE EASY PILL.
IVWitt's Ltllle Easlv Risers do not
contract at not to exceed three dollars I irripe nor weakeu the system. They
per ton. All mining supplies and
lalior are Imth ahunih.nt and reasonable.
cure lullioiisiiess jaundice, constipa
tion and inacitve livers, by arousing
the secretions, moving the bowels
gentlv. yet effectively, and giving
"It is useless to make any statement such tone aud strength to the glands
of the ipiautity of ore insight: it "f the stomach, liver and bowels that
- ,', , , the cause of the trouble is removed
siieaks for itself as Ix-ing verv large, i , . . , :,, :
1 entirely. These famous little pills
but in my estimation it is nothing m ; exprt a decide,! tonic effect npon the
eomiarison to the ore that will lie ; orgaus involved, and if their nse is
availuble when vou get your mines continued for a few days there will be
opened up. If I attempted to give " "et'im of the ..trojaM. Brisley
' ' Drug Co.. r en. S. Hildreth.
figures they would be so large that
says from shafts Nos. 3 and 4. which they would appear ridiculous. Suffice I Try an ad iu the Journal Miner.