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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER lfi, 1901.
.1 fines and Minerals of Arizona METAL MARKET. New York. Oct. 15. Silver r.T'a; Mex :ni!. r.7: copper. lak.. $lii.75 to $17.in. is;m.4!.-. Slt.t to $16.(W'4 .1. 1. Marlar left last night for the l.inie C:eek Copper company's pi-op-, r:y, for the purpose of putting the int o smelter In order, preparatory to starting up fur regular work about N.-vember 1st. The smelter has a ca I iU'ity of between five and ten tons, as soon as the new- toad to the i.i-i-p Is finished The thirty-ton smelter t recced in Phoenix a few months ag.;, be moved onto the property. A wagonload of supplies also left ! ii evening for the camp. In raet. rrus agon run back and forth regularly i.ou carrying supplies. The new road r,(.,v being constructed, vi!! b. of i;.t'at benefit "not only to the Lime rn-ek company, hut will make the i i im mountain mines more accessible. ;iiul will pass within two miles of the ld Rover and other promising prop- rti.s In that region. About eighteen men are now employed- by the Lime i ik company.- and at times they have worked as -many as thirty men. Their monthly pay roll is in the neiehborhood of $3,000. They have a jj.iod quantity of ore on th? dump. uiric-ient at least to keep the small smeter going, though the greater part ut the work previously done has been l.i the nature of development through dead ground In order to make the proper openings for working purposes. They now have a wlnzj in the lirst opening that sinks to the depth of 200 te-t b.low the surface of the g. ound. ;.nd are engaged in sinking an in-line shaft that will cut the ledge 200 I'tet below the bottom of the winze and luntini'ing pass throxigh the ore b dy. I.niLably et a depth of Too feet. The ure at. the present time is mostly black uad red oxide, with but little sulphide, though it Is believe! that when dfpth l reached in the Incline the ore body will be sulphide. The incline shaft is equipped with a horse-power whim. cretion. 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Aftr using one bottle her Asthma has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms. I feel that I can consistently "recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this dis tressing disease. Yours respectfully. O. D. PHELPS, M. D. Hr. Taft Bros. Medicine Co. Feb. B. 1901. Gentlemen: I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years. I have tried num erous remedies, but they have all failed. I ran. across your advertisement and started with a trial bottle.. I found relief at once. I have since pur chased your full-sized bottle, and I am ever grateful. I have a family of four children, and for six years was unable to work. I am now In the best of health and am doing business every day. This testimony you can make such use of as you see fit. Home address. 2S5 Rivlngton street. S. RAPHAEL. G7 East 129th si.. City. Trial Bottle Sent Absolutely Free on Heceipt of Postal. ro nntdelav. Write at once, addressing DR. TAFT BROS'. MEDICINE CO., 7) Kast isotb St., N. Y. City. which will shortly be supplanted by a steam hoist, and the old whim le moved to the Myrtle shaft. The In cline is designed to be the main work ing shaft, Mr. Marlar said yesterday that the dlr-trk.t Is full of good prospects, among them the property of the Coronado company, which conrists of eight claims lying southeast anj adjoining the Lime C.fek properties. Adjoining on the northwest is another group of claims, owned by the King Solomon company. They have a.n excellent showing and some remarkably rich ore in sight, though Uio development work dJes not yt indicate the size of the ledge. All tilt se properties In Mr. Marlar's opinion, . ar? destined to be heard from eventually, and he says they would :t:i be i.r his name, except that he went to sleep out thine and let the other men pick them up. CEEATH'S TIP TOP MIIiE Newly Discovered Gold Ledge Tea Miles South of Phoenix- George McClarty returned yesterday from a visit to the lately discovered Tip Top mine, about ten miles south of town. Mr. McClarty says there arj bigger prospects in the world, but that one is big enough for him. He never before saw so much extremely rich ore together. The mine was accidentally discovered by John Creath. who ha J been working on the Gold Coin. One day in crossing the top of the moun tain, tomlng In this direction, he stum bled upon the ledge. - He has located six claims on It, in one of which only ha;: he a partner. The top of the moun tain, is covered by a cap of porphyry. The ledge is about eighteen inches wide: the ore is a sort of decomposed lion, ail of it wonderfully ri-.'h. Creath has not manifested enough curiosity to have an assay made yet. He Is not do ing any development work. Baby's Coming McDonald, Ga., July IS, 1900. I advise every suffering woman to take Wine of Card ni. 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Kidney trouble preys upon tits mind, dis courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor b.iq c.-iccriumess soon disappear vhon the kld- tp. neys ere out of order tt( ..Vf"- . .. . i..u.ncy trouuic naa become co prevalent Olhal it iz net ur.commi for a child to be. be uncommon cm afflicted with weak kid neys. If the child urin ates too oflcn. if the urine scalds the flesh or If, when the chiid reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wetting, depend upon It. the cause of the difficulty i3 kidney trouble, and the first step should be towards the t.eatmcnt of these important organs. . This unpleacant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder tnd not to a habit as most people suppose Women cj well as men are made mis erable with kidney ar.d bladder trouble, end both need the same great remedy. The raiid and the immediate effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It Is sold by druggists, in fifty- f siscs. You may have BWmrli sample bottle by mail aSM tree, also pamphlet tell- riomo of gnuurvnoot. In all about it. Including many of the thousands cf testimonial letters received from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer U Co., Binghsmton, N. Y., b" sure and mention this oaper. He is Juat taking out ore. He la throwilif? It nn n hlir ennvno u-hlh glistens with specks of gold in the dust into whleh the rook crumbles when It is thrown down. One can horn any thing taken fi'om that eighteen Inch ledge. Creath doe3 not want to sell any part of his interest In that moun- tain. He is not worrying about the extent of the ore body, and he Is in no rush about putting in a mill. He can get rlcl) with an arrastra or he can make a big salary with a mortar and a pan and all the time retain a control ling interest In the mine. The property is about a half mile west of Telegraph Pass.- It Is difficult of access and it i4 hard to get the ore down, but that kind of ore is worth all the trouble one c-an take with It. Mr. McClarty says he can form no Idea of the value of the ore, but it is so rich and there Is su much cf it that he believes Creath' discovery will soon be looked upon as one of the biggest strikes in the terri tory In recent years. THE JOSH BILLINGS Development of a Good Property Owned hy United Globe Co. The center of Interest In Globe dis trict prcper seems to be northeast of town. Gotng over the old traction road from the Buffalo to the Big Joiinny, we observe the surface Improvements of the Josh Billing?, belonging to the I". G. people, rays the Globe Times. There are three levels established In the Josh Billings. The company has uncovered seven feet o 23 per cent ore and it bids fair to" become the champion of the L'. G. interests In this ramp. Golnrf through the gap on the traction road. Fred Golden's camp, the Mallory group, the McCoy group and the Big Johnuy are plainly in view. Fred Goltlen has a cluster of claims on the tight of th? rnai and a few fractions for full meas ure. His principal work has been done . at the Philippino. the 'biuck dump jf whic h looms up Just above his camp. He has done extensive developing wor on this property and made several shipments out of the high grade ore taken out In the progress of develop ment. He has a tunnel 1M feet In length, from' which nearly 100 feet of drifts are completed along with about the ra me amount of winzes. At IIS feet on the tunnel he has a fifty foot drift to the right Fhowlng a foot of fine shipping ore nearly the whole length. At 133 feet from the entrance of the tunnel he has a thirty foot winze th-: bottom of which has broken into the same ledge, showing 'it to be nearly three feet In thickness. Fred will drot flown the hill and run a 300 foot tunnel, then raise and connect with the-TVinz-i. When this is completed If we ore not badly surprised he -will have a merit- "orious property splendidly developed Another prom.Fing property in the Kuture Copper, bonded by FVed from the administrator of Roblnnn, deoenserl. for $l.r00. A tunnel T.00 fe?t lonx has been run on this property nnJ at last accounts every indication en couraged the boys to believe that the. were just breaking Into the ledare. Fred is pulling the throttle valve r,t enterprise wide open and Is In a fair way to knork the copper persimmon at an early date. IN THE BRADSHAWS The Hining Industry in the Vicinity of Crown Xing. There Is a great mineral zone five miles long running north and south through the P.radshaws, says a corre spondent of the Journal-Miner. The old Oro Bella mill and mines are at the south end of the belt. The most prom ising mine in that group la the Gray Eagle, now under bond to Rube Har rington, a well defined Assure vein car rying gold. Mr. Harrington has. been shipping his first class ore which runs $250 per ton. The second class is packed to the Tiger mill and concen trated about three tons into one. He Is repairing the old Oro Bella mill so he can work the ore on the ground. The old company suspended work years ago because they could not make it pay. I cannot understand how a company abandoned work on such a fine prop erty. It shows mismanagement some way. On the same vein one mile north is the Eclipse, better known as the Luke mines. Although on the same vein as the Gray Eagle, the values are mostly silver. It was worked In former diiya by Luke & Co. They shipped their jre to t'.ie El Paso smelter. That Is one of the great fissure veins of the " Si-:i 1 shaws. In a schist formation, although It is close to the granite on the tast. fcetween the two formations ti e ron tntt is Ki-anlte. feldspar and mi.'ji. In fact the mica in places lays in l.irse tall, '. i inw i I elettb and wiil pay to ship when a railroad Is here About one mile west of the Ecllpss mine Is the well known Tiger mine, in granite formation, worked extensively in early days for silver. As nearlv as we can trace the vein the Tiger, the Gladiator and War Eagle are on the same mineral dyke.although they carry gold In dlorite formation. The Gladi ator Is equipped1 -with a ten stamp mill, being worked by leasers. A new com pany has taken hold of the property and 1b going to develop It thoroughly. tx half mile east or the War Ragle Is the Lincoln company, working a small force of men. In that locality 19 the Hill group of mines and others. One half mile west of the War Eagle is the famous Crowned King mine, worked extensively until two years ago, when It closed down under litigation. - The prospect of resuming work soon is good. It Is in schist ' formation, al though at the mouth of the tunnel the granite sets. in. The two formations butt up against one another, but It U such a strong fissure vein It cuts its way through all formations, although when It turns Into the granite the character of the mineral changes, where It carries eopier nnd more sil ver. 'Mr. Pluoe- & Co. have adjoining rlalms south. The I'nlon Mining com pany have bought property from Luke Hi-other on the Crown King belt south. They have ten men working now on i are making preparations for putting on a larger force. They have a vei y promising property, the ore cnrrylng gold, silver and copper. East of them Mr. Moss has a fine prosper, apparent ly, on the Tiger vein adjoining the Union company on the west side. M. Dougherty has a group of six claims In the heart of the copper belt on the Crown King vein. The fissure Is as strong as the King and It carries gold j "liver and copper. There is something peculiar about this copper belt. There are no Indications whatever of copper on the surface, but in .places -where Mr. Dougherty has gone down to water or . tase ore, it carries from four to six per rent popper sulphide and gray copper, besides the gold nnd rilver are about the same value as the copper. No doubt, the copper will Increase as depth Is at tained, but he is like other prospect ant, he has not the means to develop the property but is waiving for capita' to come aU:ng and take a hold. Wm. Bright came in Sunday morning from a visit to Val Verde. He says that the machinery for the smelter company's additional plant, and the Standard company's concentrating plant. Is arriving now and is being put in position as rapidly as possible. Journal-Miner. For the Children To Keep Their Digestion Perfect Nothing is to Safe and Pleasant as Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets Thousands cf men and won:eri have found Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets the sarest end most reliable pre-paraton for any form of indigestion or stomach trouble. Thousands of reonla who are not irk. but are well and Wish to kei well tke Stuart's Tablets after everv ,nal o in- v sure perfect digestion and avoid trou ble. But it is not generally known that the tablets are just as good an-i whole some for little folks as for their elders. Little children who are pale, thin nnd have no appetite, or do rH grow or thrive, should use the tablet after eating and will derive great benefit from them. Mrs. G. H. Crotsley, 53s Washington St.. Hoboken, New Jersey, writes. "Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets Just fill the bill for children as well as for older folks. I've had the best of luck with them. My three-year-old girl takes them as readily as candy. I have only to say 'tablets' and she drops every thing else and runs for them." A Buffalo mother, a short, time ago. who despaired of the lire of her babe, was so delighted with the results from giving the child these tablets that she went before the notary public of Elie County. N. Y., and made the following afiidavit: Gentlemen: Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab lets were recommended to me for my two-months-old baby, which was sick and puny and the doctors said was suf fering from Indigestion. I took the child to the hospital, but there found no relief. A friend mentioned the Stu art Tablets and I procured a box from my druggist and used only the large sweet lozenges in the box and was de lighted, to find they were Just the thing for my baby. I feel Justified in saying that Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets saved my child's life. MRS. W. T. DETH LOPE. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of April, 1897. HENRY KARIS. Notary Public. In and for Erie Co., N. Y. For babies, no matter how young or delicate, the tablets will accomplisn wonders in increasing flesh, appetite and growth. ITee only the large, sweet tablets in every box. Full sized boxes are sold by all druggist3 for 50 cents, and no parent should neglect the use of this safe remedy for all stomach anj bowel troubles If the child Is ailing in any way regarding its food or assim ilation. Stuart's Dyspeprla Tablets have been known for years as the best pre para - tion for all stomacli troubles whether in adults or Infants. v -21 $ Pine j j -S-""' 3BIIsmiTiGi'n11 "near" "enter " j Prlc3$. If We have engaged the services of Miss Wiggiutoii, of St. Louis, Mo., an Expert Milliner, and the opening being over, we are now pre pared to receive your orders for New Hats to Trim, or for Old Hats to Retrim, at very reasonable prices and satisfaction guaranteed. We are pleased to say that we have sold quite a number of Hats at our opening, but to those ladies who have not bought their Hals yet we will say that it will be beneficial to first inspect the Millinery Department of the Berlin There you will find the GainslTorough and all the latest creations of the season. . . -Washington Near Center. AMUSEMENTS THE NEXT ATTRACTION, A Rare Treat of Comedy, Drama an t Song. The Good Templars of this city have arranged a most attractive programme for their benefit dramatic entertain ment on Tuesday evening, the 2th. which will merit a full houe. Prof. Beresford. who has charge of the af fair, is giving carefui attention to ev ery detail and all the performers ir; I working hard to score a success. One of the most attractive number's .will be a selection from Romeo anj Juliet, in which Prof. Beresford and Miss Nellie McFall will appear. Fol lowing this will be presented a roar ing farce entitled The Ftage Struck Yankee, in wich Wm. F. Davis take. the title role, the other characters le- Ing taken by Prof. Beresford. Geo. Ilenshaw. Miss Mamie Stovall. Mist Jessie Sheridan and Freeman Fike. Musical -numbers will be contributed by Mr. Eugene Redewill. violin solo. Mrs. J. Ashton Green, vocal solo; Miss Welch, piano solo; Mr. Dearsley'a male quartette and latch's mandolin club. Does your memory ever call you back to the day when you were a fair haired Tittle "tot." and the advance agent of the old time circus invaded your little home town with his iwetty pictures of prancing pon'es. elephants, dogs doin all sorts of tricks, and yd merry oln clown with his funny painted face an-: grotesque garb and the Innumerable wonderful things to see? Of course it does. IK you remember how your heart beat, and how yott longed for the tlnv? to come when the circus Would arrive, and after counting the weeks and days and hours the time arrived and the "greatest show on earth" appeared? Was not that one of the happiest days of your life? Without doubt It was. The man must be blase indeed who can not associate his first circus with the happy days of youth. Time has passed since then. You may have little men and women of your own now. who will i experience the same Joys and sensa tions, the expectations and the disap pointments that you did. Norris Ai Rowe's Rtg Trained Animal shows will ' exhibit In this city on Thursday after- I noon and night, under their enormous : waterproof tents, which will be located j at the corner of Washington and- Sixth. ( Do not fall to take the little ones to j tnis great .moral snow: ao not ran to let them see the new big free spectac ular street carnival and chidren's fairy land parade which will toe given on the morning of the exhibition. . Norris & Rowe's shows Is- eminently suited and adapted to amuse the little pnes. You can not crowd too much sunshine into their lives. Their happiest days are now, and they will remember the first day spent in Norris & Rowe's shows in after years ns one of the -happiest of their lives. Do not disappoint the little ones. Miss Slmms, dressmaker, 447 North Fourth avenue. Ice cream, sherbet, fruits, salads, fish, meats, chicken, etc Get a nice steak out of our cola storage. Dishes washed by steam. Lunch counter and dining room. Special cafe and private rooms on second floor. Coffee Al's Restaurant. Try a lemonade made of Robinson's Pure Lemon Juice. It will cost you nothing. at 210 W. Washington st. Queen of Queens Powder. -Mermaid Washing AN AFFLICTED BROTHER. Brother Dickey was under tire weath er the other day. In describing his symptoms he said: "Yes, suh, hit's true dat I ain't feelin' half well. In i fuBt place, I 'fllcted wld rattlin' er Is bones: den I troubled wld battin' er de eyelids, llftln" or de lef teg, wobblln" er e right foot, en crackln' er de top skull. All I needs now ter finish mi: complete Is Bix months er de unj'tnted rheumatism." Atlanta Constitution. Sympathy Something -we extend to those whom we dare not pity. Millira 7X T THE BERLIN iiim in mini mi 'inmmwwnrfftiin ON THK ET'ROPKAN TLAN. English, as she is writ. Is illustrated by a hotel at Lucerne; - Switzerland, which announces that "the menu of this hotel leaves the guest nnthinir t hope for." St. Iouis Siobe-!emocrat. When you have no appetite, do not relish your food and you feel dull after eating you may know that you need a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price. 25 cents. Sam ples free ut Elvey & Hulett's drug store LIFE SAVING LESSONS. 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