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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 22,"' 1901.
3 : Royal Baking Powder will always keep fresh and of full strength regardless of climate or season. Every atom, to the last in the can, does even, perfect work. Made from pure, grape cream of tartar. Makes wholesome food. , " ROYAL. BAKING POWOCS CO., -.00 WIIL1AM S'-. NEW VOHK. Mines and Minerals of Arizona METAL MARKET. New Vork. Oct. 21 Copper un changed: silver. 57-: Mexicans, 57M;- SAHTA CBIJZ COUNTY Mineral Development in Patagonia and Adjoining Districts. SANTA CRUZ COUNTY. The Nogales Oasis has the following t" say of Santa Cruz county mines: In the Josephine, in the Sp.nta Ritas. Mr. William T. Powers, of Patagonia, h:is a promising property. Hi: J. H. Brant, of San Simon, ami V. Wyman from Colorado, were in the vicinity of Patagonia last weelc inspecting mining properties. Last week Prof. W. P. Blake of the 1'niversity of Arizona, was at Pata pnnia to visit his Bradford mine in the Salora canyon. uion which he is prosecuting development work. Mondany Mr. Wm. G. Dumont, the c ontractor for the erection of the new sampling plant at Patagonia. com menced work breaking ground for the structure and machinery. L. Zeckendorf & Co.. of Tucson, who own the Georgia mine. El Plomo and the group in the Tyndall district t Santa Rita mountains), have a small force of men at work up Kl Plomo. The Kruger mine in the Tyndall dis trict Is owned by Mr. Carew of the X. M. W. A. railway, and is considered a very promising prospect. It is on a parallel to that running through the Royal Blue. Bland. Bryan and others, and upon the Kruger a shaft has been sunk to a depth, of sixty feet from which ores of ,a very good quality have been extracted.- - The Darwin mine near the Bland ::nd the Trenton mines in the Santa Pita mountains, the property of Mr. Oecrge Clark, is a mine with a record f shipments of high grade ores, going back twenty years or more. The Trenton mine in the Tyndall "iistrict. owned by the Arizona Gold & opper company, makes a gooi show ins. The shaft la now down 160 feet, with 12" feet of drifts and upon the ore tlump there is piled a goodly quantity of pay rode, constantly increasing in dimensions. , In the Tyndall district (Santa Rita and vaii fit dawn in vaih" af-tf- Kj requisite is a bottle ox OttQHEMIMM appetizing and health giving. Its perfect purify, beautiful color and sparkling brilliancy will endear it to the heart of every connoisseur, while its rich hop flavor is indescribably pleasing to the palate. The Ideal Family Beer. Order from LOUIS MELCZER - PHOENIX Our daintr book tif mun "gome Oerman Snpr)rV 'ran on request. 'i .io American Bremu: :., Ht. LouislKo. BOTTLED AT THE BREWERY Stein's Grand Ladies' Coats, Capes, Suits, Skirts and Waists CLOAK AND Washington and S.cond Stu. mountains) the Bland mine is making a good showing. This property is owned by Wiliam T. Powers of Pata gonia, George Clark and E. Heck. TV main tunnel has now run over 20 feet and has cut three ledges In all of which there are good showing of ore. Upon the first ledge 250 feet cf drifts expose fair ore all the way. Upon the other ledge the drifts have not yet been carried very far. Mr. George W. Crowe, general man am of the Arizona Gold & Copjier .ompany. assures t'.ie Oasis that his company means business, and that within a very few weeks they will have In operation at -Patagonia an automatic sampling plant with all the latest mechanical Improvements. They will buy ores from the mines in the surrounding region, will ac curately test the values contained and pay the- highest market prices for the values determined. Tho Santa Cruz Mining company Is developing some very promising prop erties at a point about two miles from Patagonia on the Harshaw road. .They have two shafts, each about sixty feet deep, which have developed a strong, well defined ledge of copper, pome of the ores extracted reaching a very high per rentage. Mr! Schwartz, one of the principal owners. 13 now at Patagonia looking out for opera tions. Mr. Hartwick, the superinten dent, is now in the east, and when he returns next month he will bring a new hoist, which will be Immediat.-ly installed to facilitate the work of sink ing and development. VACCINATION AND DAXDRL'FF. There is Sure Prevention of Baldness as Thsre is of Smallpox. It Is new accepted that vaccination renders the person vaccinated exemot from smallpox: or at -worst ho never has anything but the lightest, kind d a case. Now as sure a preventive and cure for dandrufT, which causes fall ing hair and baldness .has been discov ered Newbro's Herpicide. It kills the dandruff germ. C. H. Reed. Victor. Idaho, says: "Myself and wife have been troubled with dandruff and hair falling for several years. We tried remedies without effect until. we used Newbro's Herpicide. two bottles of which cured us." Hundreds of similar testimonials. fKatf Utnr-tinn. - AVi.t,c A ONLY. NEVER SOLD IN BULK. Fall and Winter Opening Beginning Saturday, October 19th A BICH STREAK The lucna Vista Comes to the Front in Style A man v.ho came Into Nogales Tues day from the Buena Vista mine in the Patagonia district. Santa Rita moun tains, twelve miles norltieart of town. caused a rensatlon In local mining cir cles. He brought messages for trans mission from Superintendent Frank N. Cox of the Buena Virta. to officers of the company. Their real Import could not, of course, be learned, but the mes senger and others who came in later In the day weie free to talk. In the "mining colony" about the bis stone hotel the news was rapidly cir culated that a big strike had been made in the Buena Vista and Mr. Mi chael Maloney, who recently sold the mine, was the least excited of all. To a Vldette man- he coolly remarked. "Well. It's just an I expectofl; the stuff is there," and then he pulled at his mustache reflectively. From mining men who subsequently came In the Vidette gleaned some few facts which may be regarded as safely correct. It appears the new strike was made on the fifty foot level and that the shoving is topper-silver glance, running 4."i per cent copper and also rich in gold. The pay streak is eigh teen inches wide and not only gives evidence of widening, but indications of attaining depth that should certain ly be encouraging to tho company. The "Thomases." as the owners of this promising mine are locally known, have In this case undoubtedly "build ed better than they knew." But then tliey have been plucky in the matter of investment. Dr. John Wix Thomas is a resident of Phoenix and has an excellent knowledge of mining condi tions in Arizona. His two brothers. Dr. Wesley Thomas and Arthur E. Thomas reside In Chicago, his older brother, C. N. Thomas, resides In No gales, conlldently placed their Immense capital along with that of the Phoenix i brother, while John S. Hurst and Frank N. ('ox, both of whom are prac tical in all lines of mining, serve a safe coadjutors In aggressive mine de velopment. MAGIC AND ELECTRICITY Apparent Merit in Latest Methods of Locating Ore Bodies. The magic and the electric ore dis covering instruments have been em ployed to some extent In Jerome d-st-trict during the past two weeks, siys the News, and have always on all claims surveyed, located alleged ore bodies, and these discoveries are being gone after as fast as-possible. On one property both instruments were taken on the same group of ; claims. The electric instrument was I given the first chance. On thin prop- 1 crty a ledge was located, and at one point unt overea ana some excellent ore taken therefrom. To this ledge the company is now drifting from a 190 foot shaft. The alleged ore body was located by the instrument as being about Ho feet from the shaft. Several other small ledges were located with electricity. more mysterious. With the willow Mr. Wallace located the main ledge, plac ing It somo forty feet nearer tho shaft than the electric instrument did. thus saving the company the expense of drifting that forty extra feet, which would cot perhaps $10 per foot, which amount the company will undoubtedly divWe .with the locator. Although both processc'3 are looked upon with suspicion here both have made many converts who openly con fess their belief In them. FOIl OVER FIFTY TEARS Mrs. Wir.slow's Soothing Syrup has been use-d for children teething It sooihcs the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-live cents a bottle. AMUSEMENTS gj In Mr. W. F. Iavis Prof. lit-resford bat discovered real tale lit. M r. Da'is is u born comedian, and in Yanko partH there's not another amateur in the states that Is more capable of ,nr traying and sustaining 'hat kind of a charac ter. He has the dialect for a coined;.' role of thai discriptlon studied to perfection. If you will come you will receive a rare treat, as he is at his best in the stage-struck Yankee, given for the benefit of the. Good Templars of Phoenix. The recital to be given tonight at the Dorris theater by Mrs. Uerryman. assisted by Mrs. Sloan, Mr. Andrews, Mr. Kedewill and the Indian band promises to be the ever.t of the open ing season. A large, and fashionable audience Is sure to be present, judging The most up-to-date assort ment ever brought to Phoe nix. A complete line. A cor dial invitation extended to all. SUIT HOUSE Telehone 2S81 Miss Lillie Degenkolbe, Treasurer South End Society of Christian Endeavor, 3 141 Michigan Ave., Chicago 111., Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "Dear Mrs. Pixkham: When life looked brightest to me I sustained a hard fall and internal complications were the result, I was considerably inflamed, did not feel that I could walk, and lost my good spirits. I spent money doctoring without any help, when a relative visited our home. She was so enthusiastic over Lydia E. IMnkliam's Voprof allc Compound, having used it herself, that nothing would satisfy her until I sent for a bottle. I have thanked her a hundred times for it since, for it brought blessed health to me and cured mc within seven weeks. ' I now wish to thank you, your medicine is a friend to suffering women." Lillie Degexkolise. $.-,000 FORFEIT IF THE AIJOVE LETTER IS OT GENUIXE. When women arc troubled with irregular, suppressed or painful nionstniiit ion, weakness, le ueurruffiv, displacement or ulceration of the womb, ( hiit iH'ai injr-down feeling, inflammation of the ovaries, backache, bloating (or llatulenee), general debility, indigestion, and nervous pros tration, or arc Ix'set, with such symptoms as dizziness, faintness, lassitude, txi itability, irritability, nervousness, sleeplessness, melancholy, "all gone," and " W!int-to-le-left-alone " feelings, blues, and hopelessness, 1 hey should reniem!er there is one tried and true remedy. Lydia E. I'mkhain'M Vegetable Compound at once removes such troubles, lit-fuse to buy any other medicine, for you need the best. Mrs. PinUliam Invites all Kick women to write lier for advice She hat guided thousands to health. Address, Lynn, Mass. from tl'.e advance sale of reserved seats,, which is unusually 'large. The programme is one of great merit and will comprise some of the most bril liant ,Tems In Mrs. Derryman's exten sive re;ertoire of oratory. Mrs. Sloan's rich mezzo foprano voice will be heard to good advantage, and -Mr. Redewil! will play one of his choicest solos, and Mr. Andrews will sing his favorite tenor songs, while the Indian band will dir:-ourse some new selections and play an obligato accompaniment to Mrs. P.erryman. Altogether a very enjoy able evening Is in store for those who will attend the Dorris theater tonighi. A few choice seats at 50 certs are still to be had at the Brlsley Drug Co at Hotel Adams. AX INDICATION. The bringing forward of General Vt:de Hampton as a candidate for United States senator in South Caro lina would indicate that the McLaurln movement must be showing strength n the state. Washington Star. DR. BENNETT Tf.e CJrcat Flectricnl Authority. Tliroucrh tho.Melium 01" li;s .otv Klectric Belt, Will Cure thr Many Weaknesses ami Ailments of Men or Women or Accept 1:0 Kee Tho lVotors Two I looks on Ncrvo.Yltal Ailments .tire Free to All. The moment Electricity Is properly ap plied to a Weak. .Nervous DePililtated Syttni. Pw- er, igor ana 2nrfrl fun lt strenK t hens and revitalizes every mus'-l-of ih bnrty and forces the pure blool in to every fibre and tissu. 1 experiment ed with Electric ity aj a cure for human WeaknesseF and Ailments many years lt lore I stic reedd in pr fectimc my Elect rlq, Bel' fo t hat 1 know it will rurft In ever. case. There is no such tiling as failure. T w cures my Belt is makinir an numbered b thousands. I have curetf more than 10. tm persons in this frtate nlone. There In not a waknest or niltrtftit that may Hfiiict mankini' which I vlll not guarantee my method or applytntf KUctr;'ity to cure. Yon mrnt not confuse the many so called lMtric beJts with mine. There was never tn article of merit which the not call forth many worthless imitations. Dr. Bennett's Electric Belt Has two features which no other elec 4 rieal appliance has. viz. : It lias FOft, silken, chamois-covered. Fponge elec- t inwW'h mv exclusive imteFit wnich nreven Hint frinhtful hiirninir and bllsterina c;insel by all other belts; and mine hat Interchangeable Hattery Cells which, when burned out. can be renewed for onl 7"k: when other eleetrtenl appliances are burned out they are worthless, ah wir birn out if they kIv a current. These features should apieul to your good judg ment. As there are so many worthless conlriv- amen, catted electric belts, being offeree to the aflticied, and so that an alltletef? tuibHc may not lie Imi-r Imposed upon, have decided to guarantee the eure lr every raw where a patient wears tny Helt. end If there Is a failure, to refund bis or her money. 1 know what iny Klec tric licit Wf!l do. Po not be hoodwinked by poor imita tions of my electrodes, called "cushion elect rodes." A current cannot past through them. Compare them with mine. Compare other belts with mine. If you have one of the old-style burning and blistering belts, send it to me as half payment for one of mine. My Klectric Belt Is guaranteed to cure Varicocele snd all Weaknesnes In either se:. Kidney, Ijlver and Bladder Troubles: restore Vlffor and italify; cure Rheuma tif m in any form. Stomach Disorders. Constipation, all Female Complaims, etc. Write todav. My two looks on Nervo VPal Ailments and their cure by Kleetr H y free. pott paid, to any one. You should read t liese hooks. I nnvest icate my method of relievlne you of unnatural I'jikiH'Kwx und restoring you to Health and Strength. Sold only by DR. BENNETT ELECTRIC BELT CO. J'i3 lTnlou BIJ'if i Dtnver, Colo. A QUESTION OjF B0AIS With 'WMci the Supervisors Were Occupied Yesterday. The boar'l of supervisors was very bu?y yesterday with roads and bound aries. For weeks ix-tltions und remon strances ccmcerninff a road throuKh the Agua CaMente country have flooded ttie board. On one side wus A. Mo desti, who owns the. hotel and some of the splines at Agua I'aliente, and to whom the road plans of some of the petitioners and remonstrants was no more acceptable than his petition was to them. They all appeared before the board with photographs and plans of the country. They found that their views were not so divergent after all. and at the close of the sersion a road was agreed upon that was acceptable to all. That was the first Instance since June of 1S64. that anything ever was asrreed upon by residents of that part "of the country. It was In June of that year that the first white men began settling in that region. The road district of No. 2. of which Charles Pendergrast is master, was divided and a part of it was made to constitute the new district No. 21. with CJeorge R. Erewster as master. The metier of the application of persons living near Glendale and west OFFICE OF THS SOtTHliRN PA jllic Jtailroad Company (of Arizona), San Francisco. Oal.. June 20. 1901. The annual meetinp of the stockholders of the Southern Pacific Railroad Com pany (of Arizona), for the election of Directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other busi ness as may be brought before the meeting, will be h id at the ollire of Lhe Company, in the City of San Fran cisco. Slate cf California, on WKU NiSSDAY, the 10th day of July. 101. at 10 o'clock a. m. J. U wri.IxrUTT, Secretary. Notice is hervby given, that at the .'oregoing meeting an adjournment was July made to WEDNESDAY, July Mth, 1901. at 1 o'clock a. m. J. L. WILUCUTT, Secretary. July 10, 1901. Notice is nereoy given, that at the .'oregoing meeting an adjournment was luly made to WKDNSSDAY, August .'til, 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the same place. ' J. I,. WILAiCUTT. Secretary. July 24, 1901. Notice is hereby givtn. that at the foregoing meeting an adjournment was7 duly made to- WEDNESDAY, August 21st, 1901. at the same place and hour. J. L. WIIaLiCUTT. Secretary. August 7th, 1901. Notice is hereby given, that at the foregoing meeting an adjournment was luly made to WEDNESDAY, Septem ber , 1901, at the same hour and place. J. t,. WILLCUTT, Secretary. Augutt 21, 1901. Notlee is hereby given that at the Torgning meeting an adjournment was luly made to WEDNESDAY, Septem ber ISth, 1901, at the same hour and place. J. I,. W1L.LCUTT, Secretary. September 4. 1901. Nntire is hereby given, that at lhe foregoing meeting an adjournment W'as luly made to WEDNESDAY, October 2nd, 1901. at the same hour and place. J. L. WILLCUTT, Secretary. September 18th, 1901. Notice Is hereby given that at the foregoing meeting an adjournment was duly made to WEDNESDAY, October 16th, 1901, at the same hour and place. J. L. WILLCUTT, Secretary. October 2, 1901. Notice in hereby given that at the foregoing adjourned meeting an ad journment tt'HH duly made to VE1 N KSI A Y. o.-tMier rrnth. inn, at the same hour and plac.. J. U WILLCUTT. oeretnry. OUobtr l'i, 1901. of there to the Agua Fria river for a no fence district, bounded on the north by the Arizona canal and on the south by the Grand canal, was taken up and submitted to the clerk of the board to check up the petition and as certain if a sufficient part of the tax able property of that district is repre sented in it. SHOOTING AT E0LBH00K Tbe Effect of the Canteen TTpoa Good Order. A report reached here yesterday of a shooting at Holbrook on Saturday night, resulting in the death of two soldiers and the serious wounding . of Deputy Sheriff John Blevins. ' Sheriff Secrest, of thrt county, and Deputy Sheriff Burdette were at Yuma, where they had taken a lot of convicts. A telegram describing the shooting reached Yuma Sunday, after the sheriff had left for the west. Intending to re main at Los Angeles a few days be fore returning to Holbrook. Deputy Sheriff Burdette returned to Phoenix yesterday morning and found a mes sage awaiting him. It merely stated that there had been a shooting, that Deputy Sheriff Blevins was wounded, though not seriously, and that four soldiers were in jail. There "was not a word about a killing, and it is the opinion of Deputy Sheriff Burdette that there was none. He said that trouble with the scl Jlers at Camp Apache had been quite fre quent ever since the abolition of the canteen at the post. The exierience at Holbrook is an argument for the re establishment of the canteens. Since they were abolished the soldiers at the post on coming to the town immedi ately begin the irrigation of a very arid appetite. They drink as if they are making up for lost time: as if they want to take on a load that will last them until the next opportunity ar rives. In the old days when the habit of drinkinpr .was built upon the restraints imposed at the posts the soldiers when they came to town usually drank with the same moderation that was required at the canteen. There was seldom any disturbance, but since last spring. when the canteen was discontinued, the visits of the soldiers are looked upon with greater or less dread. YUMA INDIANS CLAIM LANDS. A delegation of Yuma rndians came in this morning. They represent about twenty-five of their fellow natives who dwell on the Arizona side of the Colo rado river about nine mires south, of Yuma. They are here to ask the land t omce to allow them tw rake up forty i acres of land in each severalty. They completed their entries at the land office this morning. They have been living on these lands from time immemorial and for many years have been cultivating them. Un der the law they have priority or loca tion right and they wish to get rid of white squatters who have settled on some of their lands. These Indians are self sustaining. They have considerable stock and sup ply the Yuma market with vegetables. They have always been friendly to the whites and are an entirely different band from the Indians who dwell on the reservation in California ' just across the river. Citizen. MOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS of menstruation." They are "LIFE SAVERS" to girls at womanhood, aiding development of organs and body. No known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harm life becomes a pleasure. $1.00 PEK liOX BY MAIb. Sold by druggists. DR. MOTT'S CHEMICAL CO., Cleveland, Ohio. ' rOK SALE BY BENT L. BEAR. Asthma Cure Free ! Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Permanent Cure in All Cases. Sent ABSOLUTELY FREE on Receipt of Postal Write Your Name CHAINED FOR TEN YEARS ,BRINCS i RELIEF. 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