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THURSDAY. JDL.Y 29. 1897.
A petit til ten la Mnjr formed In
Plincnlx to go to the Aln'kit gold
fields, fiich person being required ti
put up 1500.
Fmm reading the Twrltoi liil ex
change it seem llmt neurit; erery
city, tnwii end lmmle.t in Arizona U
sending delegations to the Klondike
Ed S. (till Iihs been appointed clerk
of Ihe Supreme court hih! (. H. Hiilms
court ivjmrter, both of Phoenix, J.
B. Cai'iienler was appointed conn
commissioner at Yuma.
Jim Smith, W niter Logan and it
few other young gentlemen leltyes-
, terday for n trip to the Grand Canyon.
They expect to lie. gone about tdx
weeks Phoenix fotxettt).
The shaft for the rescue of the im
prisoned miner at Gotdtield wa- sunk
125 feet in ten data and fur hour.
The dimension of the shaft was three
anil a half by six feet. Journal-Mint r.
Col. Head of Yavapai Is a candidate
for Territorial Treasurer. Boss Head
will dud a vigorous and deserving
opponent in Councilman Asplnwall of
Karajo county, one of the best men in
The Japs who were discharged b
the eanalgrei company are still in
"Phoenix about sixty of them. The
Iiavn' Secured the. gertleo of a giwid
lawyer mid will sun tho company for
tlio balance) of w'ngps duo on iheir
contract and for transportation back
An experienced Alaskan miner gives
this bit of sensible advice to thonw cou
trmplatitlg a rush into the gold fields
of that region. Now, a word to all
these people who are getting ready to
rush off to Alaska Jus', now. The, man
who starts front here on the 1st of
Hatch, 1898, will be as far advanced
on Hie 1st of April. 1898, so far as the
Klotirtt ke diggings are concerned, as
the man who starts to-day. And the
man who starts next March will lire
here for ISO a month in comfort dur
ing the winter, while the man who
tans for Alaska now will pay fft a
day for poor grub, hare, no chance lit
earn fa" cent, suffer from cold and storms
and next April be ready to work for the
man who waited until next March to
For years Wiuslow, although a di
vision headquarters, had a disgrace
fully Inadequate station and Harvey
Hottse facilities. A building is now
going up, however fine enough to
cosapensattt fur il all. It will be 172
feet long by 80 In width, with an "L"
32x73, a basement under the latter.
The alone for foundation walls was
quarried on the company's property at
Putnam, twuuty-eight miles east.
while that used above ground,
dressed stone, will come from Flag
staff. VVinslow brick of a cream
tinge will form the super-structure,
orai 330.000 In number being re
( quired. The Inlerroiugllng of these
bricks, with trimmings of Flagstaff
' stone wilt give tn the building a
pretty effeot. Los Angeles Times.
Major John Reese, wbo returned
yesterday from Mohave county, re
ports having given a yeaVs bond and
lease on the Burro mine, owned by
him, Pard Pierce and others. The
party who has bonded the property Is
,' J. T Douglue, of Chicago, wbo repre
"seats eastern capital, and wbo will be
remembered as having been here re
cently to examine the Bullard prop?
.. rty. The negotiations were carried
. to a successful issue by John Owens
,; Brother nfH. A. Owens. The mine 1
'located on Burro creek, aboot six
, aailes across the Yavapai county Hoe,
In Molrnvo county. Although not ex
V tenslvely developed, the ledgo is quite.
large, and carries holh gold 'and silver.
Ihu latter ptWouiluatlng lit value. It
is rich enough, Uioiigh, in eltln-r metal
to pay all expense and leave a small
margin of profit without figuring the
value of the other. The capitalists
who hare taken hold of It iironosn to
put a large foiceatwork developing
the mine, and will also erect a plant of
from 100 to 200 tons dally capacity for
Heating the ore. li water required
Del ng secured from lliti ro creek, where
there Is an ample supply, not only for
milling puiposex, but for power as
Well. While the properties are located
in Mohave county, the nearest railroad
point U Hillside station, on the S. K.
1. & 1" , mil load, from which tin; dist
ance is forty-live miles. Msjiir Heeae
says iliu mining outlook in Mohave
ciuut was never so blight as it is at
present, and that Kiiigm in la a very
lively town. "Mining lnlmmU are so
prosperous over there," Im added,
'that he did not see a single mini r
iifHicted with the Klondike fever," u
disease just uow very prevalent' all
over the United States. He sax a tin-forty-stump
mill at White Hills is
almost completed, and will be started
up soon. Journal-Miner.
Is essential to
health. Every nook
and corner of the
system U reached Ly tho Hood, a u
iUquilltytliec-oudkloncf cvc-- or :
pendi. Good tlocdncanit ro").
good digestion, rabtjll InsM
blood means ccrOiln, (i.7";,.i i,
tUra, catarrh or other dSnftuei, Th ,,,
way to have geed blo(! is to wi, R ' i r
Barsaparilla. This neiicitc - -j
tallies, and enrlchci tis t!o.t,
the.clcmccts of htc.vU t J
every nerve, orpasj s:.' '.'.
a good appetite, c'.'i i-
and cureo that tirtd Iia'.'i, ,
j e i
m m x&y xzs? xg
Is the best In fact the One True tUyi Y
u ji rit euro I.kfr 1!''
Hood's Pi Uw ,,-,
tlraaoo Wly CUamberlaln'a Colic,
Cholera itnU Ulitrrtinea Item
cdy la the Ut.
1. Becaute it affoids almost Instant
relief in case of pain in the stomach,
coliu and cholera morbus.
2. Because It la the only remedy
that never fails in the most severe
cases of ih sent err and diarrhoea.
3. Because il Is the only remedy
that will prevent chronic diarrhoea.
4. Because It is the only remedy
that will prevent bilious colic.
ft. Because it Is the only remedy
that will cure epidemical dysentery.
6. Because It Is the only remedy
that cau alwats lie depended upon In
cases of cholera infantum.
7. Because it is the most prompt
and most reliable medicine in use for
8. Becauso It produces no bad re
sults. 9. Because it Is pleasant mid safe
II). Because It has saved the lives
of more people limn any other medi
cine In (he world.
The 25 and 60o sizes for sale bv D,
J. Brauuen'silnigafoie. ,
Even the Walla Carry, Gold.
Now and then some V'lisgrunted
being for some reason or another starts
the report that tho King of ilrizona
Is playing out that instead of the
ledge widening, it Is growing narrower
as depth is reached, says the; ?uma
Sun. It is well known that titer are
always some who are ready and Wux
lous to peddle defamatory reports, 'nnd
their tales, In the case of the King of
Arizona, nave hardly ever gotten fur
tber than their own tongues.
Late developments' show Ibtt no
matter what may be said, the King of
Arizona Is the greatest find that was
ever made iu the Territory, the great
est In the entire West.
The ledge has been crosscut at a
depth of seventy feet, and the bang
ing and foot walls are just eighteen
feet apart. For 8000 feet the ledge
may be plainly seen on the suiface.
According to the numerous assays
which have been made, and according
to the opinion of Superintendent Frank
Guerra. one of the most conservative
of mining men, ihe entire ledge will
go, at the lowest reasonable estimate,
150 per ton. Many place it much
higher. A streak from eighteen to
twenty-two Inches in width goes away
up Into the hundreds, much of it
reaching the fabulous figures whiuh
I be rock was, when first discovered,
reported to carry $2000 per ton.
Speakltig of those first reports,
which, many regarded as unreasonable
and highly colored, causing the news
papers of localities where such won
derfully rich mines are unknown to
(.nullah editorials enlarging upon the
-jiuat uaraage wmen may do done a
community by overdrawing the re
ports of! the new discoveries made
therein, it might be well to remark
that as regards the King of. Arizona
we have as yet failed to see a single
report which was overdrawn, fabulous
as tbey have seemed, and read as they
have like fairy tales.
Tho two mills of the company a
6-stampand a two-and-a-half-foot Hunt
ington st Mohawk, are daily crash
ing from sixteen to twenty tons of ore,
and the gold piles up on the plates In
a manner which cannot be realized in
any way other than seeing it.
Culver & Young, who have the con
tract for hauling ore tn the mill, are at
present working alx teams of twelve
mules each, and with their continued
improvement of Ihe roads are now
able to deliver in the neighborhood of
twenty tons daily.
Boring for water at the mine Is
going steadily on. It is thought that
water will be reached in 400feet, but
If it is not, the seat of operations will
be changed to a canyon about halfa
tnllu from and across the mountain
from the mine. This canyon drains
nil Ihe mountains around, and It is
thought that water can be found there
at a depth of 100 feet. The idea of
piping water from Castln Dome has
been abandoned, as a careful esiimate
shows that a sufficient quantity could
tint lie obtained to operate a 20-stamp
mill, which the company will ere.U as
soon as the mine has been sufficiently
developed to keep a mill of that slzu
It has been decided to rhako a road
through the pass In the mountain
mngo between the Castle Dome mlnos
and thu King of Aiizoua, which will
make a direct highway from Yuma
and f horten the distance a great deal
Stand at the Iliad.
Aug. J. Bogel, the leading 'druggist
of Shrcveport, Li.,sas: "Dr. King's
New Discovery is the only thing that
cures my cough, and it is the best
seller I bare." J. F. Campbell, mer
chant of Safford, Ariz., writes: "Dr.
King's Mew Discovery is all that is
claimed for it; it never falls, and is a
sure cute tor consumption, coughs and
colds. I cannot say enough for Its
merits." Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption, coughs and colds is
nut an experiment. It has been tried
for a quarter of a century, and to-day
stands at the head. It never disap
points. Free trial bottles at D. J.
Braunen'adi ug store.
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