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TIER AKIZONA EEPUiiLlCAN: WEDNESDAY MUKSINbU XOVJilMnER 29. 183?.
CHARLES B. BOGTHE & CO. MINING and MILLING MACHINERY RAILWAY SUPPLIES. LOS ATCGEXjXlS. CALIFORNIA. Mt nes ancs Miosno 4 CHLORIDE DISTRICT. Progress tf Mineral Development in Mohave County. Most of the lumber and tlmberinc for the new Merrimae concentrator is now on the ground at the nil::e, an! K'.i Hilly, foreman, is ensasins iu:te a forco of men in putting it in ivadi:jefs for the machinery, says a wmnp .n-1--nt of the Mining and M-ta'.lursica' Journal. There is an accumulation of ore on the dump awaitin? th erec.ion of the mill and concentrator. In th: northwest and southwest dKfts of the mine from the SuO foot l3Ve!. the oree are line and of a high grad? s'.-ip ins character. i'-ix feet of ore !s reported in the ien ttessea mine that will average 10'.' ounces silver to the ton. Timbers are arriving for stoping in all the unJer-jrro-.md workings, which will n:c sri ate the employment of a larger lor -f if men than ever before and more thar double the output. Lately the management of the Elk hart mine has changed the greater por tion of its development woik into con tracting, but not lessening the numbir of men formerly employed. Much f this, however, is new work, the com pany having decided to do several hun dred feet of prospecting in the ur.der ground workings. Work continue: s. however, as formerly in the mine I rop er, and the ore output is as great as usual. The Midnight mine, which has be-n pushing through a 4"0 fo.it contract of development woik for some tim? past, is passing through and cutting fomc f.ne streaks of high grade gold and sil ver ore in the northeaft drift of the iCO foot level. The new work consists of a I'OO foot shaft and northeast and north west drifts of 100 fe?t each. During this time a great deal of ore has betn hoisted that will average $13 to the ton in gold, and, if water can be developed, suitable machinery and processes will be erected for its reduction. Salt Lake capitalists are here 'o ik ing at mines and prospects with a vi.w nf purchasing, and it is ijuite 1 r.bable ihat two or three sales have been male but no definite information can bo ob tained. If this is the case, th'? IV? lemption mine Is probably one of t'lem, besides the Bryan and Distaff. MARICOPA COUNTY. hings are Busy in the V,i k n'jur,5 District. The following mining iters ar' tak en from the correspondence of A. H. Jamage to the Lcs Angeles Mining Re view: It look3 now as if there migiit be some Jumping of claims on th? first of January. I call it "Jumping" but in reality there Is no Jumping about it. in the Fense of taking any mean al vantage. Only the ether day two men located three good claims which were located by other parties two years ago but on which they never did a lic k of work. Yet these claims were supposed by many to belong to those original locators. The Eutte and Boston ompany ha leen busy the past week letting con tracts on some of Its ground for the performance of the annual assessment work. The company has same twenty claims on whic h work has to be done but it has succeeded In arranging for it all by letting coniracts for it. Tbry are still sinking on their shaft. The jrrounel in it is badly broken but th"y are in hopes of soon getting into move solid ground, when they will drift ttcro:s the vein to see what they hae. A deal amounting to $125,0(0 was put through last week by Mr. Tempieton. He bonded the Bob finon grn-.:p of live claims for that amount. T.n per cent was paid down. Surveyors are al ready on the ground locating a road from the main road to the group. As soon as. the road is finished work oa the claims will be commenced on a big scale, whic h will include a main work in;; shaft, levels and erosseuis. Bur Icy drills u ill be used and m achiiierv heavy enough fcr a depth of l. n i t-et will lie set up. The company for whom -Mr. Tempieton bought the groap will work three shiftr. of men. They pre much elated over the showing th nr niak"s and are confident they have l he ground to make a big mine. The surface of this property M cov ered with rich copper ore. A big dike crosses it. This dika can be trace i for miles but no deep wc rkings have been done on it. The property has. in fact, been held for twenty-five yen? a by Bob Groom with a "lead pencil," but h died about a year ago. The time Is past in Arizona when a man can mine in that kind of a way. He must now c ither work his ground or let nixc one hnve it who will. Th.it is one of the reasons why Arizona Is so fast co ning t the front as a mineral producer of copper, gold and silver to say nothing of our oth-T mir.einls. CP.ArillTE AND ITS Ut'ES. Some Charai te risties of Tills Ilcaulifti! Mini ral. A late issue of P.radstr.'c ts ontaias a cry Inte-restiug ae-coutit of graphit . sometimes called plumbago, and of the many uses to which it is put b-siib-s that of making lead pencils. It will surprise many to learn that not a sin-gp- Iron casting it taken from its sand moid without the sand being firs, laced by r-raphite. Not a gun projectile is cast but the steel is melted in a graph ite crucible: not a tool, not a saw i' made but from graphite crucible steel. Every pound of nickel, of copp-r, of composition metal of brass, is cast in some way. the metal, b.-ing reduced in a graphite crucible. Every printing house, for the perfection of its electro types, is absolutely dependent on graphite. Every electrician and every department "f electrical Weirk cornea under the satuc tribute.-. Grnphitc; lu- .-':r:catcs friction ways: it Is r.olatly the n-.ost enduring paint pigment ar.i lh bulk o the writing done on ths glob? I today is done with a graphite pencil: t :t has ministered to the arts of prace j and to the science of war. It saves aoor and proves a rhnrt cut to desired -esults. In brief, not a ' factor which today contributes In civilisation but ij' helped today by graphite. It is f mr.d In great abundance in the i-Iand of Ceylon, in the Indian oeean. tnl next in quality at the graphite n:Iii, s at Tieonderoga. on Lake C'.iamplajn. New Yoik state. The industry 5s fascinat 'ng from the moment the miner drives his drill, and along the line of its bein refined until both in usefulness and beauty it reaches perfection. The elec tric light would shine less easily but for praphite, and the produeticin for 3teel rails is equally dependent. The beautiful mineral has peculiar ch3iao '.eristics. Heat and cold and the high est and lowest extremes of both cannot "ouch it. It can bathe in acid as dos a pebble in cold water. There are some large d'pesits of graphite in southern California, no tably in Drum valley, Fie?no coun.y. ilso some deposits near Mojave in Kern county but so far it has no: baen demonstrated that they have a com mercial vaiue. Nothing, however, has been done upon them to show what they mis;ht be worth. SOUTHERN YAVAPAI. The following from the mining see ion of southern Yavapai is taken from the Prospect: Gillespie and Bartholomew are pack ing 130 tons of e re from th? Devon shire mine to the YarneH mine. It is a high grade free miiiing and concen trating ore. The mill will start abut the first of December. Mr. V.'. A. Clark, the rustling, wid.? awake manager of the Planet Satuin company. Fool's Gulch, has secured water rights in Peeple's valley for. the eompany and w-i'I commence at on-ee the survey for a pipe line to the mine?. He intends to erect a 100-stamp mill as soon as he demonstrates that he cm get water sufficient to orerate a mi I of that capacity. William Drew, of the Blue Tank dis trict, has sold his group of mines, in cluding a five-stamp mill, to a Pitts burg. Pa., company. They have com menced work on the mines under the management of Mr. Al Strahahan. lale cf Jerome. There are some l.uge veins 'if free milling gold ore in the group. J. W. Barrage of Montana, repre senting the Butte & Boston Minias company, has an option on thirty-two copper claims in the Black Kock dis trict, lie is sinking a saaft on the Hanlan claims. The shaft is now 210 feet deep. There is a fine body of rich copper ore in the bottom workings. He has a large' force of men doing the assessment work on the other claims. Carlisle & Co. have stopped work on their property in Buck Horn Gulch, which they bonded some time ago to a French syndicate, but they expect to resume work in a short time. A liae steam hoist is now being put in place en the properly. Sam Powell is work ins? the Pan Francisco group hear the river. He will make a test run of 2)0 tons through the Lyons mill, which is only a short distance from thee mine. Mr. Powell deserves much credit for stay ing with the Black Rock district, he being one of the old-timeis. who helped to organize the distric t twenty years ago. BONDING A MINE OR PP.Or'PEjT. ! A great deal has been written as to ; the advisability of a prospecti r or mine owner granting the right to the I Intending purc haser to i respect rr ; thoroughly test a claim before a sale iis made. If conditions a'.e i npesed on the purchaser as to the manner in whic h the work is to be dore and the amount oi it that is re-iiuire-el, then fie c laim owner is protected against dis , honest work or trickery on the part of j the intending pii' cht'ser. who. if hoi.l j ing frci'adiiiei.t intentions to depreciate I the a!ue of the claim. wh;n the pur- c nnse price has not been agreed on b - ri -:hu.n.l. If th property has not bee; l e x;-! ilte I s:i!! i.-ntly to nv et the re- aire :m"',:s whU-b. th- purchaser de-r-e.nds. t' a ' e should be bound to sir:, fifty tect. ci ; ti.l better, seventy five or 10a and run leveis and ci-jseuts fit '.:at i.-ptii. and if more work is de-n-a:!iP.d. to sirl; 130 fee t ur.d drive lev le's r.r.d crosscut. By s'uting at what I point ar.d t what extent the work I la to be doae, the owner will protect ; himself in doing so. Under an option j of this Vinci the purchaser has to p;r , foi-m the de elopmeut in a workman I like manner and not to depreciate the ' value of the property by covering up I the; ore which is found. To grant an intending purchas-cr an option c r bond without such nercssary precautions. Is to place too much confidence in a stranger, especially If the owner is not ! always present at the property to see that the work is conducted for tho be t- trrment of bis property. It is the cus j : ;i with mining papers to state- hat owms f'f mining property claim and demand too much for their e 1 Urr.s or ! mines, but there are exceptions to th s , rule, in these who have faith in the i p. rmanence and value of the deposit ! and are willing to grant a working op ! tion. A c ase of gross ignorance or i willful fraud on the part of an eastern i firm of chemists or their represenla-,tl'.-e who was interested with develop- meat work under an option So purchase : a mining property in San Diego coun I ty. Cal.. is -a case in point. Positive i intei.t to depreciate the vaiue of the I property by filing up with refuse rock i openings where' ore was found. is j neither honest nor the act of a gentle i man. when the owners were absent from the properly. It is expected that an action at law for clamages will be take n by the owners. Mining and Met allurgical Journal. HAS PROVED ITS VALUE The King of Arizona Mine Producing Bnrs of Geld. Mr. Eugene S. Ives was in Phoenix yesterday from the King of Arizona cold none in Yuma county. This mine has just entered on its career as a pro ducer. Although it was dis-overed three years ago and was then regard ed as .me of the bonanza strikes of the day. it has been a constant source oi expense and trouble to its owners up to within the past six months. Bocated ill the foot-hills of the Saddle Horse mountains, fifty miles from living wa ter, the King of Arizona was robbed of some of its value in the eyes of those of the best mining men who visited the strike. They saw that it would cost a great deal of money to work the mine and. even though the ore ran as high as $.'iOOO to the ton in spots, and the vein had an apparent width of forty feet, the strike was reduced to a ciues tionable proposition before the investi gation of learned experts, and experi enced mining men were afraid of it. The King of Arizona fell into the hands of Col. Epes Randolph and Mr. Eugene ?. Ives, and it is fortunate for the mine that it did so. for Col. Ran dolph is a man trained to tackle just such a proposition as this mine pre- 'scnted. He applied to the problem of making the King of Arizona a profit able mine the same skiil which he has given to problems of muih greater im portance in railroad building. The ore was thought to be free milling and a five-stamp mill was erected at George Norton's ranch, thirty-five miles away and water was brought in through the Mohawk canal for use in milling. It was found that the values in the tail ings were almost as great as those on the plates. The ore was producing but sixty per cent of its value, and the long haul across the desert made the oper ation of the mine unprofitable. For a year experts were sent out to , the mine to make estimates of the val ' ue of the ore, and examine the nature iof the formation with a view of obtain ing water. It was decided by the com ! pany to begin drilling, and a well was ! sunk 1000 feet before water was ob tained. Lifting the water that depth ! meant an expensive pumping plant. and ' a strain on the rods which does not j make the operation of the pump at all certain. And now with a 100-ton mill of j the Cornish roller process on the prop erty the full value of the plant cannot ' be obtained owing to the fivquent i breaking of the rods which are under ' ti emendous pressure. Senator Ives said that the present capacity of the plant was probably eighty tons a day. but he hopes soon, with another well, .to supply water in emergency, the full capacity of the plant may be obtained. "Our mine." said Senator Ives to a Republican reporter at the Adams yes terday, "is just beginning to produce gold. We have had all the drawbacks j to contemi against which mines simi larly located have hail, and I hope now j we have the property where we will g-t j seme return for the money that has been invested. We have a camp eef about 100 people, and I liok to see sev jeral hundred here soon, for the eiisc-ov-I ery af water at our mine is going to 'open up the rich mineral country which j surrounds the King of Arizona. The j development of the mine has been practic ally surface work, and we now (propose to sink a vertical shaft several hundred feet to penetrate the vein in its dip. This will give us a better idea Of the full vaiue of the mine, but as it ; is we have enough ore to run our p. ant "The ore is first crushed, then it j passes through the rollers until it is ground as fine as flour. It then goes i into the tanks, of which we have six each, with a c apacity each of tons. : where it is percolated by cyanide of po ! tasr.iuni and the gold values released land allowed to go to the bottom of the i tanks. After the ore matter has re mained in this solution twelve days the gold has by this time been released by jthe percolation of the- cyanide of otas ' sium and the gold has settled in the j bottom of the tank. The gold is drawn off, still held in the solution which re i leased it, and is then run over zinc shavings and is caught in riffles." Senator Tves said that the present ! water supply was inadequate and a sec 'und well will be sunk fifteen miles from I the mine towards the Oila river where j ie is thought water can be found at a jdcplh ofts". feet owing to the lower alti I lude. Whe n this water is obtained the j milling will be carried on to its full c a i p.ae ity of 110 tons a day. ' j In conversation with a mining man J v. ho is familiar with the lale opera ! tions of the King of Arizona, the Re publican reporter learned that the mine is now paying ti'O.oeij a month to its owners. Senator Ives, when asked in regard to this, said that he did not care te say anything about the property fur ther than it is now being successfully operated and ninety per cent of the; values of the- ore is saved. He said they have1 proven that the process adopted and now in use- is the correct one forthe King of Arizona ores, and al! that remains now is for a proper water supply to make the mine one of the most profitable in that section of Arizona. The mine, he said, was now just entering on its career as a pro ducer, and if the greater bodies of ore are encountered that are probably hid den in the depth of the rich vein, Ha lving of Arizona will be-e-ome a much greater mine than it is today. It is a product of Ihe desert, found in the sim blackened foot hills of the Saddle Horse mountains, and Edward Eichel be rger gave Arizona a wealth of gold when he discovered the rich vein of t ills mine. Put Colonel Epcs Randolph and Senator Ives made Eichelberger's strike good by solving the eiuestion which had kept the mine from the list of gold producers in Arizona. -o- SICK HEADACHES. The curse of overworked woman kind, are quickly and surely curetl by Karl's Clover Hoot Tea. the creat bleeoil purifier and tissue builder. Money refunded if not satisfactory. Prie-e 25 cents and 50 cents. Dr. C. H. Keefer, Druggist. AN EXTRAORDINARY SUIT. Charges of Fraud Brought Against a, Reception Committee. A most extraordinary suit has been commenced in San Francisco on the part of two members of the First Cali fornia regiment and one member of battery A. California heavy artillerv, against the members of the executive council, which had charge of the recep tion and cntt a tainment of the Califor nia volunteers. The complaint states that uivnrd of SHU.iKifl was collected and about $'2i.0ii disbursed, leaving about $40,000 on hand. Allegation is made that the executive council threat ens to spend the money for the erection of a memorial arch at the entrance of Golden (kite Park, a monument for the soldiers, a fund for the permanent ad vantage of the jmumcipality and a col lege or school to be known as the Sol iiers' Memorial. The committee, on its xtart. denies :hat it has ever thought of or eliscussed the question of doing any of these things: that the complaint fairly reeks with nv an ar.d contemptible faishood. and that it was conceived in cowardice by malignant persons who have not as ytt been uncovered. The committee states that it has never handled a cent of the funds collected, but that they are in the exclusive control of the ex ecutive committee, of which Mayor James D. Phelan is the chairman. The proceedings are certainly extra ordinary, for something like 5oi of the most reputable and respectable citizens of San Francisco are attacked in this complaint bv three obscure discharged i ... ... ,, , soldiers, who it would seem, are being, maue catspaws of. Nothing more seri ous is likely to result from the suit than some trilling annoyance to the, defend ants therein, and the putting of a damper on the enthusiasm of those who have been zealously concerned in doing honor to our returning troops. Los Angeles Times. SAT ON THE VISITOR'S HAT. The German emperor likes to study the characieis of his group of small sons and to that end has given them a room next to the one used for business purposes for himself. A certain great scientific man, having on one occasion an interview with the emperor, left his hat in the adjoining vestibule. Theve the little brothers discovered it and the crown p'ince. explaining to th"1 yountrer ones that "papa" sometimes sat on his opera hat and it came iiii right again, proceeded to give a prac tical illustration of this statement, to the ruin of the beaver. The emperor's door suddenly opened and "pap" and the professor appeared. Like a iaanly little fellow the crown prince owned up. apologized to the laughing profes sor and went off to buy for the old gen tleman a new hat with his small pocket money. Chicago Times-Herald. o SHALL PHOENIX RE BULLDOZED? COMPETITION LOOKS GOOD. The results of the struggle for su premacy between the Hallwood Cash Register Company and its opponents which has been so successfully fought out in the East by the Hallwood com pany is probably news in this section. The contest has become a veritable chestnut in the East and the efforts of the opposition to dissatisfy the useYs of the Hallwood have reached a point there where they are not only laughed at but considered simply. NUISANCES. All ciuestions whatsoever regarding pat ents have been fought out in tlie courts and finally and irrevocably settled by .1... r i ; cr itic e oui L oi itiL u.'i: i 111 iiie - PRKME COURT "F APPEALS AT WASHINGTON, D. C., and the com- missioner of put-ems of the United states gowrnment so instructed cted. How- egisters are Kid as gold f tl-io ciliifl. ever, all users of Hallwood register supplied with a bond as goci which covers every phase of the situa- tion. The contest has now settled down to one of relative merits only and in ail such contests the Hallwood has come off victorious. See challenge, "How to Win $r,o." , What OHIO thinks about it: Judge George K. Nash, one of the leading directors of the Ha'iwoocl Cash Register Company, was elected Gov- j ernor of the State of Ohio by over 61,- J 000 plurality. Nov. Tth, 1PP9. ' j What CALIFORNIA thinks of the , Cash Register proposition. i The HIGHEST AWARD at the Cali- , fornia State Fair was given to the; HALLWOOD Cash Register Sept. ISth, ! is9. ; The HIGHEST AWARD under so- I vere competition was given to the I HALLWOOD Cash Register at the ; Mechanics' Fair at San Francisco, just j closed. What CANADA thinks: The HALLWOOD Cash Register won j in competition the FIRST PREMIUM j at the Toronto Exposition Sept. Sth, ! 1SW. Gold Medal. Call and see cut of the beautiful GOLD MEDAL received. Rusincss men here are about to 4r I Ml O RTAN T GATEWAYS 4 THROUGH FAST FH EIGHT AND PASSENGER The direct through line from Arizona and the north, east and southeast. Low al titude. Through cars. N-o lay-overs. Latest pattern Handsome New Chair Cars. Seats free. Speed, bined. For particulars address H. F. DARBYSIIIRE, El Paso, Texas. T. F. & P. A.. E. P. TURNER. . P. & T. A., Dallas, Te HO TROUBLE TO ANSWER flooded with literature disparaging the Hallwood Cash Register. REMEMBER WHEN YOU STEP ON A PIC S TAIL, IT SQUEALS. Treat these wailing of a passing monopoly with the contempt they deserve. A picture of some one hundred Hallwood Cash Reg isters will be eagerly shown you. These are claimed to have been discarded. THIS IS FALSE! The truth Is these machines were bought up for ADVER TISING and KNOCKING purposes. Affidavits on exhibition at our of fice show that in many cases much more than the original price was paid to procure same. They will be OFFERED for sale at cut prices, trying to INTERFERE WITH OUR BUSINESS and ORDERS for same may be TAKEN, but they -will NEVER BE DELIVERED. These are facts and show the desperate efforts of a would-be monopoly to con trol the cash register business. The agency of the Hailwood Company lo cated here urgently requests the users of the Improved Hallwood to immedi ately notify them of any threats or ef forts to damage their MACHINES and ample protection wail be afforded and such attempts vigorously prosecuted. We refer to tile bankers and lawyers of Arizona. APPLETON J. IDE. Attorney for the HALLWOOD CASH REGISTER Company, 412 Flem ing Block, Phoenix. Arizona. Mines for Safe. srieeialty made of developed properties in tijoond the Poiituwest. tin. d mines riii! srectBare wiimcil. bona title correspond M"'C "' Inir'c oivi,er, capitalists and invest urn solicited. H. E. RUNKLE.MInirg Brck.r, U Po. Tests. tell 53 I ii iron all eu fi them, but wi'l J i I L- n - u l..lit e-1 . i' lhcir jt sial with JS and your Z ve you toe ex i.. .me! sofotrs. own words. Just mail us a postal "now aoo.it runipnig laautii. ana your address on the tcK. jt WKBfclK tiAS Sllil li MLIK tMil.MS CCl 4(3 6. . Boulevard. KANSiSCIl'T MO. 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They have been eminzdtie-asee and u-pawne-SM-e of man for mere than eighteen eearfi, and have the lare?t and frcst equipped medie-at institu tion atiei the mo& e.vtensive pratit-ei in America. Tiicy nce-er use iniuiious naii elied : g ! yre g ; Fj Q j ! p srJ S 'i $ 0 3 NO PAY TILL, CURED. Patients can arrange to ay when thfv riv wll o." may pay in immthly install ments Consultation an-l private book for men free. Home Cures Book Free Thousands rrp cured amiuilly without seeing the doctor- A!l rorrr on.tc nee foirt-dcntial. Vq print ipt n envelope or pacncsto indicntc nanif of sender. I'RI VATK BOOK KRKE. dr. Meyers & co. JlsSonth Hr.--adway, Ansrclea. TAKE EI.KVATOK to Third Floor. Hlll'KS: FMily. S to 5; Eecninps, J to g Sunilayi. Id tetr. ; Lj SERVICE New Jlexiro to nil points in Perfect, passeneer service. Pullman Buffet Sleepers, safety and comfort con- S fcc-i 1 TfipiZSf il43 5 Hants. We II H i H W,-' IS-S not oi.lv rEKHYROYAL Plll fT- -7 SAFE. Alar..-tn. I.udlv-. Hr-.rri-t j Vj, ti MEN CURED. 3 I 1 I I ! - , ! San Luis I charity ball .tc -NOV. 10. A gram. en at the ope house in nar. Luis Totosi on the night of the ."th iiisl. for the benevolent pur pose of raising funds for the building of a hospital for women. The id. a wan srT.ed and carried out under the aun pices of Dr. Pag. nstc-chi-r and other leading physicians of the city and met with splendid success. For those who may not know San Luis I'otosi, a pen picture of one of the most beautiful theatres in the republic may be of in terest. Pac ini; you stands the "Tea tro i!e la l-Va" with no less than t.n line columns of Corinthian architec ture supporting the roof, above which the dome rises in graceful lines. A massive stone stairway of ten steps leads oi:e to the entrance, on this occa sion adorned with huge tropical palm trees: the v.-hole illumined by the soft lays of the lising noon and giving a most pleasing cfiect. Once within th- theatre all was light and brilliance. The foyer was for this night turned into a veritable garden of the tieria caliente. Tail palms spread their fronds far upwards towards tne dome itself, shading, as it were, be neath their lai -j.-t r growth a profusion of beautiful exotics and plants of va ried description. The Iloor was carpet ed with green moss and the massive columns adorned with hanging g'Tty moss and plants. A few steps upward and w e Were in the forum. There I must pause a moment, for there is not such a pretty theatre in the City m' Mexico, and it is said that the thea ters in Guadalajara and Guansjualo do not surpass this. Though it is not over large, it is per fectly arranged and tastefully cieco- J M ; a SIpHOEIX FODMf C3 to u7 North PN. P. McCALLUM, A MEXICAN CHARITY BALL. fa "H (( ii v,- iv'i tew?.ft ! i J I ill vkrlA'V i-N e'31-. kiaM-"" MachliMsry. Supplies and Castings. Machinery of all Kinds Built and Repaired g The New Chicago Restaoranf, 20anfo HSusc)S.tfCCt: Everj-tlilng new in the house. A Brand Oysters, 33 cents half docen, any style. Short orders from 5:30 a. m. to 4 p. m. Dinner from 4 to S:30 p. m. Chkken dinner anil ice cream every night. 21 meals for $1.50. The regular 2oc meals. Ice cream Sunday dinner. "WHIPS! WHIPS! WHIPS! The best apsrtme-nt in Phoenix of BUGGY, CART, TEAM, LASH, LOADED and HIDING AVHIPS. I.AntOHKS AND LAP D .'STICKS. HORSE BLANKETS. SADDLERY or all descriptions. " anltue CAPITAL HARNESS SHOP FOUNDRY AD HOSES HUGHES, pRop. TAKE THE WABASH ROUTE FROM KANSAS CITY, ST. LOUIS or CHICAGO WITH THROUGH CAR SERVICE TO BUFFALO, NEW YORK and BOSTON lIA NIAGARA FALLS. Stop off of ti dys allowed on C. S. CRANE, G. P. AgC St. Louis. Mo. If you fe eT tired in tiie morning try H o s t e t ter's Stomach Bit ters. Your s t o m ach is probably over worked and all e f o g ged up. The B I 1 1 era cures Constipation, Dyspepsia, Liver and Kidney Diseases It acts prompt ly and surely. HOSTETTE CELEBRATED VJ rated. The stage Tor this evening was a bit of fairyland. Again palms and Plants took their part in the natural ness of the scene, and crossing the stage was a lpinature bridge, the whole; effect being admirable. The palcos and tiers abve were adorned with the arms of aiexico and other devices. From he roof hung banderas of different' colors and designs. The programme was a long one. al lowing, only five minutes' rest between each number. A stroke on a gong sig nified the commencement and ending of the dance. There was supper tor those who cared to partake of it. The i'lea of hot meat and gravies at a ball supper hardly seems appropriate or in keeping with lovely gowns and beauti ful women. Mexican Herald. o A MENTAL INTOXICATION. To think, to dream, to conceive great works is a delicious occupation. It is like smoking a hasheesh. Balzac. 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