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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1&95.
8 Hardware. ARDWARE ii- A large stock of Building Hardware, Ranch Implements, . Harness, Dash & Top Leather Edged Tools, Shears, Hay and Grain. Ezra f. Thayer Washington Street, Opp. City Hall joicea at the prosperity of the farriers in (irauam county. PERSONAL. ii , YAYAPAI MINES. A Great Increase of 'Activity Is Reported. The Cyanide Process, Wprklnsr Well WorK on the Planet and Saturn Mines Many Transfers. From the Pieseott Journal-Miner. J. F. Osenburg has just sold one fourth interest in a claim, which is on ly partially developed, near the Con gress, for $1,000 cash. The cvanide process at the Congress mine is said to be working very success fully on the tailings from the mill. It is also given out that the Btamp capacity of the mill will be doubled soon by the addition of forty more stampB. This camp, next to Jerome, is the liveliest in the territory. Henry j L. Scott, the locator of the Planet and Saturn mines which were sold last week for $40,000, has four men at work on the other two claims owned by him, adjoining the Planet and Saturn. He proposes to sink 300 feet on them, and is perfectly sanguine that he will open as rich, if not richer prop erties than the ones recently eold. W. A. Clark, superintendent of the Planet-Satnrn Mining company, has or ganized a force for the development of the two mining claims recently pur chased by the company, and has al ready twenty-four men at work. It is the desire of the company to have the development work pushed as rapidly as possible, and Mr. Clark will faithfully comply with their desires. Dr. Peters, who is general manager of the com pany, has just received returns from a 10 tnn lot of ore taken promiscuously from the dump of the mine, and worked at the Yarnell mill. The returns are more than satisfactory, as they exceeded ex pectations even. The last three or four weeks have seen an increased activity in mining matters here, so far as sales of prop erties are concerned. One $40,000 sale has been made for cash, and the cash paid. Two other sales aggregating nearly $1,000,000. are expected to cuv minate on or before September 1, as nnder the conditions of the bonds, pay- ment on each is required within that time. The Last Chance deal has just been consummated, involving several thousand dollars, the exact amount not beeing stated, but the purchasers will put in $15,000 for development work alone. In addition to those which have been consummated, several others are under negotiation, with good prospects of being consummated, while a score or more of mining men are in this section looking over the ground very quietly ready to pick up something that has merit in it, and which can be bought on reasonable terms. Hon. W. C. Barnes of Navajo county, is in the city. Jacob Miller and wife left last night for Preecott. J. Y. T. Smith left this morning an a business trip to Flagstaff. A. J. Peters, the energetic Tempe merchant, made a business trip to this city yerterday. Cbas. "V. Pugh, the bright editor ot the Willcox Stockman and the Sulphur Valley News, is in the city. Bob Goodwin and Geo. Marts of Tempe, have returned from a nouple of week's outing at the Grand uanon, Bob has gotten over his lonesome spell Miss Bonnie Dorris is so well pleased with Prescott that she will not return until the middle of September. She will take a trip to the Grand canon be fore returning. Ira P. Smith, the commercial agent of the north and south road and the most genial of gentlemen, went out this morning to look after business along the line of the road. A. C. Sheldon, president of the Bio Verde Canal company, was a passen gerlast night over the M. & P. road to Minneapolis, where he has gone on business in connection with his vaBt irrigating canal. Prof. E. Grant Bandal, of Lamson's business college, returned from the late national convention of Christian Jin deavor societies held at Boston. He received many nattering comments from Boston papers as an active worker in the convention. Mrs. Will Webster left last night over the- north and south road for Fayetteville, Arkansas, on a visit to her parents. She has not seen her relatives for seven years and in order to partially make up for lost time will extend her visit to about four months. Her husband accompanied her as far ae Ask Fork. D. W. Sparks left last night for a jaunt of a couple of months in the east. He leaves ostensibly to get rid of the hot weather and to shake off the dust of the Salt Eiver valley in testimony of what a man can do when he will. Mr. Sparks will visit Boston, Chicago and Philadelphia and return by waj of Wy anet, III., his old borne, to visit the scenes of other days. It Is Not a Question of Profit Just Now, But HOW to dispose of many odds and ends prior to re- ceiving our new fall stock, which we are now pre- 5 paring to purchase. We have marked many articles down to cost price. It is 3 A Good Time to buy. 3 B. Heyman Furniture Go. 1 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 3 Perfumery. M. At McKellieon'e youcan get thefinest hand-made Sour Mash, Bourbon and Pennsylvania rve whiskies. No. 21, Eaet Washington street. Babe on the Warpath. Babe," a well known character, was aterviewed by a Gazette reporter a few davs ago to ascertain his valuable opinion in regard to a matter which was being agitated a few days ago Babe read his opinion the next morn ing and as his mind was somewhat be logged the previous evening he was uncertain ae to whether the interview was bona fide or otherwise. The longer he thought about it the more convinced he became that the alleged interview was a fraud. Yesterday the conviction was enlarged into an indisputable cer tainty and then did the outraged Babe rise in hiB mighty wrath and vwed that he would have a retraction or a reDorter's brains would bespatter the sidewalk. He found Dunbar and pro ceeded to lay down an unwritten law to the editor, who having had' a previous experience with Kentuck, referred him to the city editor. The latter md vidual was not found, so his brainB are still intact. SEASON OF PROSPERITY. Farmers of Graham County Harvest Big Crops. Thev Have a Ready Market For Their Products and Are In Excellent Condition. From the Solomonville Bulletin. The farmers of the Graham valley are enjoying a season of prosperity They all harvested excellent crops of grain wheat and barley. Wheat now selling for $1.35 per hundred in cash, and there is a ready home market for every grain of it. W. W. Damron Jr., has been mixing with the farmers constantly for several months buying their nroduce and hauling it to the markets at Globe, Clifton and Morenci he has a splendid opportunity to judg of the general condition. It is his opinion that the farmers are in much better condition than ever before. The prosperity ot the farmer means the prosperity of every business enterprise and industry, rney are ine oone sinew, and real life of every commn nitv. It is believed that hereafter nhnnt all the erain planted in this val lev will be wheat. With good flouring mills now at various point9 in the va lev, wheat will always be a cash article THE LIVE BUTCHER. CHOICE STEAKS AND ROASTS. BEST aEn MARKET IK PHOENIX IXPKKIENCED CUTTEKS. FREE DELIVERY IN THE CITT. The Fashion Barber Shop. FRANK SHIRLEY, Proprietor. LADIES' WORK'SONE AT THE SHOP OR RESIDENCE NEATEST BATH ROOM8 IN THE CITY OPPOSITE THE OPERA HOU8E. Seaside Excursion via the M. & P. It has been decided by the manage' ment of the Maricopa & Phoenix rail wav to inaugurate another of their pop ular excursions to the seashore, leaving Phoenix at 8 p. m. Thursday evening August 22, arriving at Los Angeles at 1 p. m. next day. uiose connection made at Los Angeles for all points in eluding San Diego, Long Beach, Santa Monica and San Pedro. The advan tages offered by this line are so well known it is hardly necessary to make a comparison with other routes. Ihrough Pullman sleeping car service, Phoenix to Los Angeles, without change, tour- teen hours saved in time. No diecom forts from the heat, as the desert passed during the night. Tickets for round trip, including Long Beach, San Pedro, Santa Monica and Los Angeles $25 95. Limited to sixty days, allowing stopover privileges west of Banning Call at city office, 20 and 22 North Center street, for further information G. ii. tlONSHKLL, General Manager. Excursion. Fifth sea shore excursion of the Santa Fe. Prescott and Phoenix for Los An eelee. Santa Monica. San Diego, and Coronado Beach, leaves Phoenix the morning of August S2: round trip tick ets good for sixty days, on sale August 21. S25.95. with lav over privileges west of San Bernardino. Kecollect we ru through sleepers ; that we leave on th morning cf the 22nd, aDd take you through Ihe grandest scenery of any road in the territory. No dusty, hot desert to cross; elegant accommoda tions; Harvey eating houses. Positive ly tbe popular route, sleeping car pnv ileges can be secured now. F. A. Healy, Gen. Pass. Agent, Prescott, Ira P. Smith, Com'l. Agent, Phoenix, Guilty of Murder. Grand Haven, Mich., Aug. 16. A verdict of guilty of murder in the first degree was rendered today in the case of Georee Chesbro, the 17-year-old vouth who killed his grandmother, Mrs Hose-Sprinklers. To keep your lawn green and the surroundings cool, step in and see the various kinds and sizes of cotton and rubber hose. Also sprinklers. OR PRESENTS' That Will Prove A DeMtlnl Memory And be all the more grateful to the giver ior that reason, our stock ol Perfumes and Extracts simply unapproachable. Scents are pleaslrj g and if they are on our list, will be found the most delicate ana exquisite penumes iaai are aow produced. We have all the popular odors. C. ESCHMAN & CO. 25 and 27 E. Washington St. H. BURTIS. THE AGUA PRU CANAL. 8 The Agua Fria HUKLEY, People desiring to locate Government Land under it XX the Agua Fria Canal, on the west side of the Agua XX XX Fria river, and secure water privileges for the same, XX V V n c vi s I-. 4- e -i 4- V- s n AiAnnnimT -i v- ty rvi ft 4- -i - v V v t rtr I Ii n tY e4- t- V " rau uuiaiu mo licucosaij miui jjuaxiuu uj taxiing an tiic ofhee oi the company. Barber Hhop. Health Resort. The beBt place in Arizona to spend the sum mer months. Altitude, 4500 feet; atmosphere, very dry. Water excellent, good table. Loca ted in a forest of live oaks. Send for descrip tive leaflet. E. S. DUUUt, Oracle, Pinal Co.. Ariz. You Do Not- Realize what a good thine you are missing for your children by not giving them a policy of one or two thousand dollars nl.hnl ht d'a Airi Association, wmcn uiey will draw when 21 or 25, or sooner ii ceatn win overtake them. L. J. Wood, secretary; Dr. Tut- tle, medical examiner; Judge iteno at son, gen eral aeent, rncenix. Ariz. The Jim Sam Restaurant. Opposite the Gregory House. Best Meals in Town. 3inele Meals ORn Board tR a week. Private ipartments lor ifv huuuiks. Fresh California Fish and Chicken EVERY DAY. 234 Bast Washington Street. Investments. PLANK INVEST MENT. Water and Land Co. I Office in the Monihon Building 17 North First Avenue- n WM. H. HANCOCK TI U lili All llLMWUllj 6 Secretary. ... a Y. H, BEARDSLEY, President. INVESTMENTS. IIUI05S OP DOLIARS Are lost every year in risky and foolish investments. Put your money in lots in Churchill Addition and make 25 per cent. No risk . Easy terms. CLARK CHURCHILL, Office Commercial Hotel Block. Caples & Hammer, BRICK MANUFACTURERS AND CONTRACTORS All orders will receive prompt attention. Yard m Seventh St., South f Bepet. Dr. Hardy, Practical Dentist. The most modern and difficult Crown and Bridge work skillfully performed. YOUNG BUILDING, Opp. Commercial Hotel. - - - Up Stairs. I make a specialty of sound Investment real estate In Phoenix and vicinity. In every case the return Is good and the safe ty of the principal will be absolute. If you have from $100 to I O. OOO to Invest s-e me or you may miss a good opportu nity. FLANK, 38 So. Center St. Florence and CasbtinsTJ.S. Mail ahi Globa Stee Line Wells. Faks ElPEKSS. CJTAGE LEAVES FLORENCE DAILY FOI Ttiverirt ti1 Klnho at 7 o'clock, P. M. I stODl all night at Riverside and arrives at Globe at 5 o'clock, p. x. ; returning, leaves Globe at S o'clock A. be. , arrives at Florence at 1 o'cloci A. M. Good accomodation on the road, im proved line, good stock and comfortable stages, fonr-horse .coach every other day. W. E GUILD, Agent. Florenoe. K, F. KSLLNEK CO., Agents, Globe. EUGENE MIDDI.ETON, Proprletoi DR. E. C. HYDE, . DENTIST ALL work guaranteed. Crown arid bridge work a specialty. Prices to suit the times. Office and residence 20 N. Second Ave. Sun day hours 10 to 1. FALL TERM OF""" The Lamson Academy and Business College, Of Phoenix, Arizona. Opens Monday Sep tember 8, 1895. Students who board at the College and spend Saturday and Sunday at home can obtain special rates on board. THE USE OF FINE STATIONERY MARKS THE SOCIAL AND BUSINESS STANDING OF THE USER. PRINT EVERYTHING. The Arizona Republican Co. Wharton Block. at a good price. The "Bulletin" Mary Pierce.