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TP ARIZONA RErUULICAN: FRIDAY MOnMXG, AUGUST 31, 1900.
U n LOU The Land tf Cf tf cf cf cf THE NEWS OF JEROME Jerome, Ariz., Aug. 29. (Spatial cor respondence of the Republican.) Mit Dicus returned Monday evening from the Eclipse mill, where he haJ a te?t run made on r.ine tons or oii from the Valley claim, one of the group of prom ising gold mines oivnf.4 by himself and ether Jerome parties. The run was made to prove the value cf the ore fce Ing taken from the Valley. If he mill run proved satisfactory, the own rs of the claims would know better what to do in 'the future with their prop-ry. That the result is satisfactory is an as sured fact, for it milled more than the Interested parties hop d for. Dicus Brought in a bar of guld weighing over lght ounces, taken from ;. he plates,, and the tailings assayed $2S.S.1 it o the ton: a total of over $4:' per ton in gold. The tailings will have to be cor.-c-ntrat-ed or cyanided when '.he owners of the property get a mill erented and begin running steadily. Dicus calculates that With an outlay of $3.".00 the mine will pay $100 a day net profit. H. D. Math erly. who was a salo.m man in Jerome for fiver a year, owns a thirl in'teres! In the mines, Dicus owns a third and Harry Dicu9 and Walter Guslin own a third between them. The ore at the bottom of the shaft is five f e; wide, and widening as depth i- attained. f it holds out as it is at present, the owners have all the gold 'fhey will ever need In the one claim. Thev will now proceed to secure a mill. The '..lalms are near the eclips mint ami mill. There Is a natural mi'.l site within 200 yard of '.he mine, with plenty uf wat er for all purposes. N. S. Hitchcock returned Sunday from Mexico, where h has been for several month?. Oeorge Beagley. who Is one of .he pouncilmen for Jerome, has her men-tion-i as a rspubli. an possibility fr th? legislature from this district. If elected Mr. Eagley would till the pusi ttion with honor to himself and the party. He Is a sensible man and Tias ability to make a go-d. sound ypei-ch on any matter of in:.T3r.t to the territory. A lodge of the Order of Por..li is 'to be organized in Jerome in a few days. Enough names have already been se cured to fill the charter list. The or-d.-r is a good one and gives Irs members the benefit of an accident an 1 siek fund as well as life insurance. There was a lively fight yesterday af ternoon "between two heavy weigh'ts In front of the Bon Ton caf?. The larger man was the winner of the ha tele while the smaller one started it. Eugene Nadeau, who was hurt on the ore motor a few days ago. is working again. He was running the m tor that hauls i. he ore from the tins to the smetter. and run Into a cur on the track. Electrician fmi h has now- In augurated the semaphore ys'tem on the track where the small r cars and the motor run on itfc? same railys ti warn all car men uf th: approach of iJi Jl Ik 2 A i i i i A JJk i JJ) i iJk D i 1 ffi BEFORE no AFTZR koi . im " o "vi i.-iw urinary orcaus o an impure uctL l ue rrnion um'rrrj nre not inrol by iwinn Is hpcmis,- nlnpty per nt are tronMed with rrottlttiu C.UI I III-.., L is tnoo'ily Known rempiiv In rtirp wii :u,ut taipopHratiun. SmjOtAstlmnnl. alii. A wriui-a unnrnnii civcnan.l mnwy renirnnl It r'X Imx.i ln..s not tlle.1 a permanent cure. fl.00 a box, HZ Iorf. by ki.hI. Si-r-.d fur KHEKcm-uhraml ii-sonioiuala. Vol. siroicilVJ: eo.p,n, n-,x zns, 8au IraMcace. CaL FurSalcbv For SJe by Pen u Pew, Prugglst, . . . . i i i Flourishing Ranches the Buckeye Country Attest to the remarkable fertility of the soil and the BOUNTIFUL WATER SUP PLY of that region, The BUCKEYE Grain, Vegetable or Fruit Crop is never impaired by drouth. Water for irriga tion is ample and permanent. with Water Right deeded with Land can now be had for $13.00 per acre. Compare the Buckeye Country with any other agricultural sec tion in the West, dependent upon irrigation, and be convinced of its superiority. FOR FULL PARTICULARS CALL ON OR ADDRESS uckeye Land CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000 26 . South Second Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona. T- G Wasson, Pres't, M. W. Messinger, Vice J. Ernest Walker, Secretary mi mm cf Iff tf if iff iff if if the motor. The place where Nadeau was hum was a dangerous one at night f jr the m ot r dashed around a curve In one place w here a man with a small er car loaclsd with coal cojld not see it unitil it was right at him. In this man ner the danger will b - averted, for there will lie four r.d ligJ'ts showin? whea th. umur is ai ;roac hing. Mr. an! Mrs. J Buck were flown to the Verd.-? this week on a camping ex pedition. They had :i good tim". but were almost chewed to pieces by mo; out'tos. Wm. o'Kiien. a itpairer of chutes in the Uni' e 1 Verde min was kiiled this tnornirg. The facts in th? case are as follows: O'Brien wa rv; .tiring the chute on the :t00 level this morning near 3 o'clock, at whk'h time the day shif. gjiis on. when the plank he was. stand ing on bn.ke. letting him fall down the chute a distance of about til) feet, kill ing him instantly. The chute is about four feet square on the inside. Word was telephoned to town and Dr. Wood ind Judg: McKinnon wen. to th scene it the accident immediately. They have ncit returned yet. so the exact partic ulars camii t be learned till this after noon. Mr. O'Brien was 'Zl j ars of age W.d had 1' en working in the mine inee the hitter part of July. He was well acquainted in Jerome, an 1 had worked in the mine oft' and on for two tr thre- y-ars. Ho w i a careful man ind a goo.! workman in any branch of the mining business. Only last night, In con ei .-ation w ith Peter Melntyre and oth, r arties in the Miners' Ex change aloi,:;, Mr. (.)' Bri n was talk ing of min accidents, and said that ail the accidents iu the United Verd mine were due l- carelcsonoss. and the men killed wpi always green hands at he business. Later: Judge McKinnon ha? returned from the mii.e, where a coro ner's inqest was hfc!:l over the remuains of O'Kii.D. and the following is the vrrdic .1: it tidered by them. "We, the Jury, itiii ) led t. inquire into 'the cause of the death f W. M. d'Ciien. find chut o. ccatd came t o his death by a fall In the United Ve: .!( Copper compare'.-- ntirte: and w . the jury, further !i; I t iat from i. he evidence ad an attach n blame to any- duced v e one." E. H. Xt is in town k. of the Jt rome Power Co., rom Oak creek. H. L. Morcliand and H. Sululand are in Jerom, from Rlchinbar, registered at the Conn .r. The council met last night with all members present except- M. J. Bradley. As there was no important business to come before the meeting, some bill? were airiite.l and the meeting ad journed to meet '.om rn,w afternoon. Geo. Bagnall i still having having trouble over the blanke'ts be had de stroyed in '.he fire when the laundry was burned two months age. The council will eitheij pay for the loss or refuse to do so at uhe next meeting. Louis Laskin, of the New York s't or , went to 1're-voat today, from where he will go rn to San Francisco on a vaca tion. Mrs. I. Laskin. wife of Louis' briKher. went as far as Pn seott, where - .-.uw.-. x A hk u iu;. viu tjuicKiy cure you 01 an nrr- Tour, or Ls"c.,fs of the guiii-ra;.vo crk-iins, such ns J.o.st Manhood, t''jn' 't-'11 111 e Kiuissiof, Nervous Debilitv, 1 'P''S, LaLincM to Jfarry, J ai uustinr: Jjntins, Viirirooefe and Cons'.i-ation. 1 1 stopn all Iqs - s t.v lav o" nitftit. Prevnta quiok ?3 0f disciiar-n, which if not rhr V:ni "lfads to Spermiitorrhosaand al! the krrnrs., Impotrarv. i:s5 IKi E cleunaeB tho liver, the iOlOIOIOIOlDlOIOIOlO! 10 RANCHER'S Alfalfa, and Canal 01 if if if if i if if if i she will visit her r, i nds. the Blum burgs, of that place. i 'has. Nathhorst is ou't in th? hills looking over .-ome oining interests. Some of he boo- around '.own aie a little the worse for wear since they be gun Ho don the gloves for a f w friend ly rounds every ev. oing. 1'. D. McDOXALD. CAN' CRV IF THEY Wlt'H. The supreme coutt of Tcr.t' decided that a lawyer has tiie ee has ight to shed 'tears ito infiuei: jury, and, in fact. : bring tears to 'his derelict if he fails t was oite in whi; ii -e the v rdict of a tts that if he can yes at will, he i to do so. The case t'.is defendant hud ond that the weep- aP'-ale'd on the gi ing a'.orney for '.he ly influenced the jitc that the p int hud before, and a-serte 1 dvfLnise must he K : judgmer.t, of i.l.'.orii lh judge, "deal w h. I laintiff had untlu y. The court found never lit en raised that the manner of I largely to the vs. "Some," said :iy in logic and ar gument, without any embellishment. Others use rhetorical and occasional flights of fancy and imagination. Oth ers rely upon noi.-t -.nd gesticulation, earn-. stnss of mani.er and vehemence of speech. O'.hers ap -al 'to the passions, prejudices, and syn.; athies of the jury. f if if if if if if if if if If If If S5o00 For a Set of Teeth HEFtE IS MY MODERN PRICE LIST: Gold Crowns, - - $5.00 Silver Filling, 50c and up Gold Filling,-$1.50 and up Extracting, - - 50c R. E. I10LBROOK, Detist. Rooms 2, 4, 6, over Postoffice, PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Electric fan service in every room. The New Chicago Restaurant, 20anfo oTera HoS)Stree Everything new in the house. A fl rst-class meal for 23 cents. Eagie J!r: and Oysters, 33 .-nts half dozen, an y style. Short orders from 3:30 a. m. to 4 p. m. Dinner from 4 to 8:31 p. m. Chicken dinner and ice cream even night. Ill meals for $4.50. The rcgula r 1'Dc mtals. Ice cream Sunday dinner sM FiJiE & t o California Restaurant, Strictly First-Glass. Best Meals in the City. Satisfaction Guaranteed in Every Benpect iJi i Ji i i i J i i i V If of S3' the Co. - Pres't. 05a if if if if if i Others combine all cf these modes." He declares that no castiron rule should b made, but that tears have a!wa been considered a legitimate argument before a jury. Omaha I: . GOSSIP. Oossip may bt friendly ar.J neigh borly. I like the word because it o c v -ys a suggestion of good news or go d comment-., but it is no longer ip when it eeasts to dsa! with pleasant happenings and loving wi-hes, an.l L, -c mts critical or censorious or lapses in in slander. The mnst unworthy talk in the world is that which is carrie i on in whispers, and semi-confidences end which re'tail? the unfortunate errors of people whom we know. Never to so.y an unkind thing, never to imply an un friendly thing even by our siKnce are rules whit 'n we should make an I to which we should scrupulously adher . Margaret K. Sangs-ter in the September Laoits' Home Journal. Ella Wheeler Wilcox regards It ; significant coincidence that from early childhood her favorite gem been the topaz, which only some y. after this fondnes? began she f.un be her birth stone. : a her has to $10.00 North First Avi-:, Opposite Gazette Oflioe. LOCAL BHEVITIES. Cardo of thanks,. notices pertaining to organizations and societies, church fairo or socials, will not be printed in Tho "epublfnan except when paid for. Sheet music two sheets for 5 at Phoenix Piano and Music Co. cents .' or 'the best Ice cream sodas go to tlnehart'a. 209-11 "West Washington. E. A. Spauldlng cells reJ eatata. Of- en No. 41 Wt Adams trtt. II. C. Morrow & Co. has placed a fine Estey organ in the chapel at the Indian school. Tou can rent your tent for the I camp meeting at Dorris Bros . THE PACIFIC GROTTO is the best 'PLACE'' a.t which to eat in the city. J. A. It. IKVINE. Wanted To know the whereabouts of Hoot. Webber. Address F. B. Moss, city. And time 1. money. The Union Pa cific makes the quickest Urn. to nearly ill points East. NOW OPEN. The Leland, Adams street, between Center and First streets. Nicely furnished rooms by the day, week or month. Transients ac commodated. HERE AGAIN. Paul Morgan, the expert Piano tuner, is again in Phoenix. Those wanting their pianos tuned or repaired for the fall and winter may leave orders at either of the music stores in Phoenix. FOR OVER FIFTY TEARS Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, al lays all pain, cures wind colic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Santa Fe California special train. (The route that made Phoenix fa mous.) Will run through special train, leaving Phoenix every Thursday morn ing, arriving Los Angeles following morning. Call early and make your Pullman reservations. E. W. GILLETT. G. A. DOUGLAS REPUBLICAN CLUB. To the members of the Douglas Re publican club and such others as de sire to joint You are hereby Kotified that there will be a meeting at the club rooms on August 27, at S p. ir., for the election of officers and the transac tion of such other business as may come before the club. H. H. HARVEY, President. Phoenix, August 21. MERCHANTS ATTENTION ! OUR SPECIALTIES J Pore Cream, Full Cream Cieese, The Best Creamerv Butter You may pay a little more, perhaps, for our Brand, than for that which is represented as JUST AS GOOD, but YOU WANT THE BEST, and you want yout orders filled promptly. You get both , from The Maricopa Creamery Co. PHOENIX, ARIZONA. TFLfHONBtOT READ Basis of Strength. ! Bread ! Good Bread! j In Short j Phoenix Bakery Bread Contains everything necessary to sus j tain life. It is made of the finest high ! grade flour, by the most skiilful bakers, ! and in the most perfectly appointed ! bake shops. Is pure, palatable and I wholesome, eing light, it can be eaten : and digested by invalids. Pboenix Bakery Konkttonerj EDWARD EISELE, Prop. Etablisued 1SS1. Telephone 891. 7 West Washington Street. AT -' ' 5r;e jfoffmar; The Bowling Alley 1 Cool. The Beer is from Cold Storage and ia Ajejj rBusc h q ARCHIE McQREW, ROBERT McCLKARY. f BOFBIBTORI, PROFESSION AL ATTORNEYS-AT-IJAW. J. II. KIBBET, A. J. EDWARDS, wTb. Kibbey. Kibbey, Edwards & Kibbey. Lawyers, 19-21 South Center St., Phoenix, Ariz. Ground floor. DENTISTH. DR. JOHN A. LENTZ, DENTIST. QAI dmlnifiprl. Room &T.r Poptofllce H. J. JESSOP Dentist. Office Pertai building, corner Washington and Cea ter Btreets. rooms 14 and II. PROFESSIONAL. NURSE. LENA D. WHEELAND PROFES sional nurse. 3ill Jefferson St., Phoe nix, Arizona, Tel 1-1, jf 'POPULAR ' WANTS " AdTertUementi nnaer thii head one-half cent a word ach Insertion . No advertisement taken lor leaa than twenty-fly centi. PUBLIC APCTION Monday. Sep Temper .1. iu a. m. The entire con sents of a five-room cottage, con sisting uf three eligant new bedroom sets, parlor furniture. rarK-'ts and rugs, locker.-i. center tabL-s, por tieres, dining room and kitch en furnXure. This furniture is all new an J, first -class. Mrs. II. V. uonuvan. owner. Hammond, auc tioneer. L'43 Wist Madison Str.-et. FOR RENT Fire-proof siorer om and oasenieni in jtiome. or will yen or exchange for property in Phuenix. Address Owner. Grand View, oppo site cou: house. WANTED Wells to clean out or new Leave orders here. F. K. ones mad WANTED Tj let, a few hundred dol lars on Phoenix real estate. Address Cash, Republican office. THE DOMESTIC, New Home and Climax Sewing Machines, rents 75c per week. J. S. Elstner, 407 East Washington Street. STRAYED Roan pony mare, brandej H. O. left shoulder; scar on face. Leave c. McKee's Cash Store. FOR RENT Pleasant furnish?l cot tage, bath, gas. electricity. Apply 528 East WashingLon Street. NICE furnished room for rent. 538 North Fourth Avenue. Apply WANTED Lady's or gent's second hand bicycle: cheap for cash. 1289 East V.in Burtn Street. WANTED A chance to proce that the PACIFIC GROTTO is the BEST PLACE :o eat. in Phoenix. J. A. R. Irvine. WANTED Position by barkeeper, sober ami reliable; no objections to going o;v; of town. Address C, this office. , PICNIC in Temps Labor day, Septem ber 3. Ko:' sr.and right.', cane racks, baby ra' ks, phonograph :. etc., writ C. B. Cl'ilMINCrS, Temp.-. WANTED You to know that N. Por ter, Saddle and Harness Maker, has juat received a new stock of F.ne Cal ifornia Leather, direct from the tan nery. We have the capacity to fill all orders on hand made work of Harness and Saddles. N. Porter, Saddle & Harness Co., 142 East Wash. St. FOR SALE Star milk cooler and No. 7 IT. S. separator, both in good condi tion, cheap. Address Box 9S3, Phoe nix. FOR RENT Hou?e.to rent; also rooms furnished and unfurnished. Inquire 546 N. F urth Ave. 100 MEN WANTED Must have good appetites. Apply at the Pacific Grotto restaurant. DAIRY cows for sale, cheap. 217 E. Adams St., Phoenix. Inquire WANTED Horses for pasture. Inquire 42 East Washington. FOR SALE First-class livery busi ness, with the very best stock and up-to-date rigs This business is paying a good income. Good reasons for selling. For further Information address G. F. Tinsler, Preseott, Ari zona. FINE improved farm for sale on Oak creek, fourteen miks rfom Jerome. Alfalfa hay sells for $10 per ton loose, on the ground. Owns interest In ditch; plenty of water at all times. Growing crops, good house. A great bargain. Address D. D. McDonald. FOUND A blue roan colt with bald face, about nine months old. Call at No. 40 South Center street for In formation. THE NEW DOMESTIC rents 75c per week. Supplies for all machines; repairing done. J. S. Elston, 407 E. Washing'on St. WANTED Second-hand furniture and household goods of all kinds; will pay good prices for good goods; will go and see goods anywhere in valley. Call at 230 West Jefferson or address 1327 P. O. Box. E. W. Spears. FOR SALE Jewett typewriter in good condition. One of the best ma chines made. Doable keyboard. Will be sold on installments or cheap for cash. Address R.. Republican otlice. PHOENIX FOUNDRY oiler Repairing, Pipe ritllna. All Ring up Telephone 63. Or call at 28 North Center street when wanting soniei'.jl-ic to drink. We are headquarter s for the best in our line and .-ol afnts for Pabet, Lemps and the Sun Francisco breweries, I-i 1., 1 !::.',. of the best breweries on earth. STANDARD IRON W0R1 MANUFACTURERS OF Mining, Milling and Machinery Castings STRUCTURAL IRON AND STEEL CONTRACTORS. Second Hand Machinery Bought nud Sold. WANTED The public to know that J. Ernest Walker has the largest list of real estate to select from, either to sell or rent. In the valley. If you want to huiid he can put you in a building and loan association where monthly payments about equal to rent will secure you a home. It will pay you to see him hi fore buy ing, building or renting. FIRE INSURANCE a specialty. Some exceptional bargains and plenty of water in Buckeye valley. Money always on hand to LOAN 01 good security. A SNAP Fine paying busin-ss on AVashington St.. or will take in part ner; capital required. $l,."fi0 to t'-S-Wi. See me quick. J. ERNEST WALK ER'. WANTED, A BAH'LMN TAKER. For close in house of twelve rooms. IV.rtly furnished. Never vacant, jir.d in 1m well rented any hour in the d ir. Fine shade, lawn, city water, gnod 11 igh borhood. This property fur su'.e at a sacrifice and on easy terms. I arty going east. J. ERNEST WALKER. The Real Estate M.in. Remember the oflice 26 South Sec ond Avenue. Tel. Main 501. FOR SALE The Valtey Meat Market. next to the postofUce; first class, witlt all up-to-date appurtenances; cold air storage, and everything neces sary to make It one cf the best mar. kets in the west; can be bought for 75 per cent of its actual cost. S. J. TRIBOLE T. FOR SALE A twelve room lodging house, a bargain. FOR SALE A neat cottage, $730: thia is cheap. FOR SALE A fine alfalfa ranch with water. MONEY to loan, houses built to suit purchaser on monthly payments. HUGH M. CREIGHTON & CO.. 110 North Center St. WANTED Every business man In Maricopa county to know that The Republican's job printing plant Is the best equipped In all Arizona and that the prices and stock and styles are right. If you want bill heads or let ter heads or printing of any kind call at The Republican office or rend word for our man to call on you. LABOR DAY' PICNIC, SEPT. The Maricopa and Phoenix raiho.Tl will sell tickets Phoenix to Tempe and return at the rate of 40 cents, and Me?a 10 Tempe and return at the rate of 40 cents, on September 3, on aeeeimt Labor Day picnic. M. O. Bit 'KNELI., C..P.A. SEASIDE EXCI RSK iN On ai-eutin'. of t.-mi-certenni il bration of the admission uf Ciiif Into the Union, at San Francisc cele- i-nia . on SepUmb;r 9. 10 and 11. th S. p. ' -will seil tickets to points in California and return, on Se;.. ember fi. at f in rates as has been in effect darin? th" summer season. M. o. BICK.Nl.'I.L. G. I'. A. SAN FRANCISCO SEMI-CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION. September 9, 10 and 11. The San a Fe will run a special train, leaving Pinenix Thursday morning, September 6. at ': 'A a. m. (city time), arriving at 'Frisco Friday evening. Round it rip tick-U. good ninety days, for only $4"..t i. E. W. GILLETT, G. A. .kjMrU 50 YEARS' Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. Anvone wnrttna sketch and dsrripf ion mar quickly ascertain our opinion free w Met lier h;i invention is probably patentable. Oniimunicn tlonsntrictlycontldeiittal. Handbook on t'atentj ent free, oldest agency for necurinif patents. Pat mm taken through Muiin Jk. Co. receive tpecial notice, without chargo iu the Scientific American. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest eir. mil at ion of any poientitio journal Term:, f s t Tear: four months, fL Sold by all news(ii.itn. MUNN & Co.361Broad- New York Brancb oflice. tS5 F BU Wusbluiilou. I. l and MACHINE WORKS ' N. P. McCALLUM, Prop. 25 to 33 North Second Street. Machinery of all kinds Built and Repaired. MACHINERY, SUPPLIES, CASTINGS, E1C, kinds of worlt la the Mechanic! Line MELCZER BROS. Postofflee Box 453