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THE ARIZONA. REPUBLICAN: STJiVDAT MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1901.
9 THE ARCHITECT Of the World's Finest Library Building Recommends Peruna for Catarrh. .. - - . - CONGRESSIONAL LIBRARY, WASHINGTON, D. C. Hon. I. 8. Smithmeyer, architect of tho new Congressional Library of Waih Ington.D. C, ranks flrsV"ln his profe Bion in this country. This library is considered the finest bulldinp in the United States. Mr. Smithmeyer spent sixteen years traveling in Europe work ing; on the plans, and Congress appro priated six million dollars for this building. .J. '. In a letter written from -Washington and dated Jnly 4th, 1899, to The Pernna Medicine Co., Columbus, O., Mr.Smith raeyer says the following in regard to Peruna, the world-renowned catarrh cure: i. -V ' ' Washington, D. C, July 4, 1P99. ' The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, O.r Gentlemen I endorse the good opin ion expressed by Senators and Repre sentatives in Congress regarding the curative qualities of your compound. Those who have nsed it recommend it aa an excellent tonic which is particularly effective as a euro for catarrh. Respectfully, I. S. Smithmeyer. On of the most wonderful events in the history of medicine is the multitude Mines and Minerals of Arizona Just east ot ami adjoining th Bau- k sample ran 21 fier cent in copper and mann copper company's property, is a $2 in sol. .The property belongs to new group of claJras..on which devel- . Jules Htimann and Krwin Baer, and opment work has been started. Two of already shows up favorably for a oon the claims, the Louise and Armlna. are - pHdation of a strong vein of copper being opened up and the surface is anydnd gold ore with depth. Prospect. iron-porphyry capping; with tnnuniQrc cble quartz stringers carrying valns in frold and., copper. Assays taken from j all of the quartz veins thatappear in the shaft, and cut down to an averrge ' t Tf Vnttr Sitif Dnn'f SUll YOU, YOU Don't Pay a Cent 2 Pants to Order in. .. .. .24 Hours of remarkable? endorsements which Pe runa Is receiving as a catarrh euro from men and women of national importance. During tho past two years a large num ber of people well known from ocean to ocean, have in glowing words of un stinted praise mado Peruna the most famous and justly celebrated catarrh remedy in the world. Men high in our national councils, statesmen known the world over, dis tinguished officers in the army and navy, physicians, lawyers, preach ers, and last but not least, an in numerable company of people in tho common walks of life, havo all Joined to place Peruna on the highest pedestal of honor that any remedy has ever reached in the history of medicine. There can be no further question that Peruna is the catarrh remedy ot the age. It has no rival. There are no substitutes. Peruna stands alone as a system!) catarrh cure which will cure catarrh in all phases and stages. Everybody should have a copy of Dr. Hartman's latest book on catarrh. Sent frcq by Tho Peruna Medicine Co., Co lumbus, Ohio. ' , OIL IN SABINO CANYOX. , No little excitement was created on the streets this afternoon by a report 11 The Leading Tailor J2 North Center Street that 'oil had been struck in Sabinu canyon where a force of men is no employed in drilling; a well for the Sa bino Oil company. Judge L. S. Wilson, secretary of the company, was seen and from him the facts of the case were learned. J. W. Ford, president of the company, rame in from the property at noon. He re ports that a seepage of oil has been struck at a depth of twenty-eight feet. The men for some time drilled in hard granite and could make but two inches an hour. About twenty feet down they struck brown shale with a showing of oil. Now they are in brown sand which shows a seepage only. The well is not deep enough to give any definite showing. . .With the slow progress they are compelled to make by the nature of the ground it may be a month or more before any definite re sults one way or the other can be ob tained from the well. Citizen. COFFER BASIN MINES Company Organized for Development of the Group. The Copper Basin Gold and Copper Mining company is the latest company which has incorporated in this county for the purpose of developing a group of sixteen claims situated in Copper Basin mining district, about one and one-half miles north of the Commer cial company's old smelter, says the Prescott Prospect. The company owns a group of sixteen claims, on many of which well defined ledges carrying values are found. On the Ibex, one of the western locations, a strong vein has been opened up by a twenty foot shaft which shov. s a good pay streak of $40 ore. On the Black Prince a fifty-five foot tunnel tins been driven which cuts a ledge of gossan twenty feet in width. Notwithstanding the leached condition of the ore some iron and copper sul phides can be seen In it, and assays show $7 in values per ton. A winze is now being sunk in this ore with th belief that a good body of copper wilt be found at a very short depth. The greatest surface showing is on the Superior, one of the eastern loca tions. A quartz vein crops out on this claim, which is fully 150 feet in width, and wherever broken off shows copper and iron sufphides. The ledge cuts the general formation of the country from east to west, and lays between well defined porphyry and granite dykes. . The officers of the company are: W. J. Munds. president; Thomas VV- Kyle, vice president: George A. Beach, treas urer: C. E. Snider, secretary. The above officers with the addition of J. L. Munda compose the directorate. Development will be vigorously pros ecuted on the Black Prince and Supe rior claims, in the firm belief that good ore will be encountered at a very short depth. While- little development has 'been done up to the present time there is a magnificent surface showing and the indications point strongly to the open ins up of another blar mine in Yavapai county. The U. S. mine, the property of Doug las. Lacey &. Co.. Captain L.. D. Phil lips, superintendent, la situated about two miles west. Quite a transforma tion has taken place there in the past Suits Cleaned and Pressed S1.50 ,T .,,,,, ,, .. lll..l I l.. I l... .. . Suits from $18 to $65. Pants $5 to $14 ..."... J SENT FREE TO MEN Free Trial Package of This Kew Dis covery mailed to Every man Send ing Name and Address Quickly Restores Strength and Vigor. Free trial packages of a most re markable remedy are being mailed to all who will write the State Medical Institute. They cured so many men A. E. ROBINSON. M. D., C. M.. . Medical Director, who had buttled for years against the mental and physical suffering of lost manhooo that the Institute has decided to distribute free trial packages to all who write. It is a home treatment and all men who suffer with any form .f sexual weakness resulting from youth ful folly, premature loss of strength and memory, weak back, varicocele, or emaciation of parts can now cure them selves at home. The remedy has a peculiarly grateful effect of warmth and seems to act di rect to the desired location, giving strength and development Just where It is needed. It cures all the ills and troubles that come from years of mis use of tne natural functions and has been an absolute success In all cases. A request to the State Medical Insti tute. 1132 Etektron Building. Ft. Wayne. Ind., stating" that you desire one of their free trial packages, will be complied with promptly. The Insti tute Is desirous of reaching that great class of men who are unable to leave home to be treated, and the free sam ple will enable them to see how easy it is to be cured of sexual weakness when the proper remedies are em ployed. The Ints-titute makes no re strictions. Any man who writes w'.H be sent a free sample, carefully sealed in a plain package, so that its recipient need have no fear of embarrassment or publicity. Readers are requested to write without delay. few weeks. The ground has been cleared of brush, a comfortable board ing and bunk house has been .erected and a Rood sized barn is now in course of construction. The Fhaft is now down over ninety feet, and while the char acter of the ore for the last few feet is somewhat chanced evidences are such as to warrant that it will noon be in place as before. The vein still remains about the same some eight feet wide. A good lot of fine ore is piled up on the dump and everything smacks of business. A new road is being built by the company leading from the mine to Skull valley. This will be a much lighter haul and less than one-half the distance saved. A force of men are now sinking a well in the valley about one-half mile below the mine for the purpose of ' determining if sufficient j watercaTi be developed for milling pur- TTTTTD PTrftjr H a T A TTl2Tff A Long Deserted Camp How Taking a New Life. About seventy-Ave miles south of San Simon lies a mining district that at one time, in the latter 7G's and early SO's was a very "busy camp, writes a correspondent of the Prospector from Paradise, in Cochise county. It was j known far and near as r.alryy.l.e. The ; camp teemed with prospec tors, experts j and other classes of men common to a new mining town. tA smelter was ! erec ted, but from the short duration of 1 the camp it was dismantled in .the . early SO's and moved to another part J of the territory. So in a few short , months the camp was vacated, leaving j but one man, who held and is still holil i ing prospects. He has had flattering j offers which he has refused. Since the vacation of the cuinp only an occa- es Arm ULCERS. Sore3 and Uiccrs never become chronic unless the blood is in poor condition is sluggish, weak and unable to throw off the poisons that accumulate in it. The system must be relieved of the unhealthy matter through the sore, and great danger to life would follow should it heal before the blood has been made pure and healthy and all impuritie3 eliminated from the sys tem. S. S. S. begi ns the cure by first cleans ing and invigorating the blood, building up the general health and removing from the r.ysiem A CONSTANT DRAIN ?ffctemaerl OPOM THE SYSTEM. When this has beca accomplished the dis charge gradually ceases, and the sore or ulcer heals. It 13 the tendency of these old indolent sores to grow worse and worse, and eventually to destroy the bones. Local applications, while soothing and to some extent alleviate Tain. cannot reach the seat of the trouble. 5. S. S. does, and no matter how apparently hopcles3 your condition, even though vour constitution lias broken down, it will bring relief when nothing else can. It supplies the rich, pure blood necessary to heal the sore and nourish the debilitated, diseased bodv. Mr. t n. Talhrrt. Lock r.ra a. Winona. Misa sny: " Jmx yearn nco my lcr t rom the knee to the foot T.S one solid sore. Several phvsieiana treated rneana I tnwlctwoinpsio not hpringa, but found no relief. I w.ifi induced lo try S. S. S., and it made a complete cure. 1 have been a per fectly well man ever since." is tnc only purely veg etable blood purifier known contains no poisonous minerals to ruin the dicestion and add to, rather than relieve your suffer ings. If your flesh does not heal readily when scratched, bruised or cut, your blood is in bad condition, and any ordinary sore is att to become chronic. Send for our free book and write our physicians about your case. We make uc cnarge tor tnis service. THE SWIf T SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. sional prospector was seen now and then until tho last two years when once again the camp livens up. ' The principal ores of this district arc lead, copper and silver, all of which ; carry a trace of gold. Recently a pros- pect is being developed, which, as a ; whole will be a low grade proposition although it has given assays as high ; as six ounces In gold and good returns in silver. This, undoubtedly at Some time will prove a valuable cyaniding proposition, as the bodies of ore are very large. The Eagle Nest group of mines, Jive In number, are situated on the eastern end of Blue mountain. Their situation is rough, with huge cliffs of limestone, a place where eagles usually select to build their nests, hence the name. These claims, belonging to Carney La Rue and Mitchell, have recently been bonded- for $50,000, with a payment of ten per cent down. Work will begin at once and be pushed ahead as fast as men and money can do it. The above proposition is one of the many similar ones of this district, carrying copper, lead and silver. t Less than two years ago Myers and Walker came to this camp and opened up a lead and silver mine and last week shipped another carload of ore. making the twenty-seventh carload they have shipped since they .came to the camp. O. C. Davis, one of our leading min ers of the camp, has now ready for shipment a carload of high grade cop per, lead and silver ore and will doubt less be a regular shipper when the new railroad is completed from Douglas to El Paso, as It will reduce the distance of haul fully one-half. VISITS THE BL'CKHORN. Last Tuesday Messrs. C. F. Riblet and J. H. Robinson, treasurer and sec retary respectively of the Home Gold Mining and Development company, ac companied by Frank Williams of Pres cott and Mr. Howe of Nashville, Tenn., visited the Buckhorn mine. While the inclemency of the weather made the trip from Kirk land to the mine and re turn very unpleasant, nevertheless the party Inspected the property -and re turned to town the following day. Both Mr. Williams and Mr. Robinson In formed the Prospect reporter that they were well pleased with what they saw and termed the Buckhorn an exceed ingly bright prospect and that it has the appearance of making a very valu able property. Prospect. MIHINO LITIGATION Affecting Properties in Arizona. Southern The St. Louis Globe-Democrat pub lishes the following story of mining lit igation affecting properties in south ora Arizona and A. J. Shotwell, who has operated in this territory for.sev eral years: "After waiting for a year or more for an opportunity to secure legal service upon a man who, he declares, wromred .him. Mark K. Chartrand, of this city, was successful yesterday. A. J. Shotwell. formerly of Boulder and Denver. Colo., but now of Tucson, Ariz. was the object of Mr. Chartrand"s re sentment, and through the legal pro cess of yesterday he Is made the de fendant in a damage suit or $100,000. Mr. Shotwell is in the mining business in Arizona, and frequently makes trips to St. Louis. For many months Mr. Chartrand, who was formerly Identified with Mr. Shotwell in mining ventures, has been watching for him to turn up In this city, with a view of serving no tice of the suit he intended to bring upon him. Last July, he says. Shot well visited the city., but slipped away before he waa aware of the fact. Since then Mr. Chartrand has been carefully examining the papers recording the daily hotel arrivals. He saw by these Saturday that Mr. Shotwell had regis tered at the Southern hotel the even ing previous. It was then too late for Mr. Char trand to file his suit, so he bided his time until yesterday morning. Then, as soon as the courts opened for busi ness, he entered his suit .for J100.0UO damages against A. J. Shotwell. Next he .hunted up a deputy sheriff and guided him to the Southern hotel. Mr. Shotwell's room was located and its occupant was served by the deputy Fheriff before he knew what waa up. By securing service upon Mr. Shotwell in St. Louis, Mr. Chartrand obviates the necessity for bringing suit in Ari zona, a process which would have been quite expensive. 'Mr. Chartrand's claim for damages. against Mr. Shotwell arises from controversy over mining lands. Char- tran;1. In his petition, declares that he paid out money to the firm of Stout & Westbrook, at the instance of and for the defendant. In the purchase of piece of . the AJo View. Valley and Econdldo mining claims, in the Apo mining district. Pima county. Arizona territory, in lH'Jf and 1900, and that de fendant sold these claims for $100,000 to the Alamo Mining company, and ap propriated this amount of money. MINING NOTES. Wod from the Dragoons' Indicates that there Is a general mining activity throughout the district. The Peabody mine is now shipping ore to its own smelter at El Paso. The shaft on the Hooker mine near the Peabody Is down IT0 feet, with plenty of good ore In sight. The "Old Terrible" a gold mine near Cochise Station is shipping some fine ore. Star. Tombstone mining C:str!ct bids faf to be a flourishing mining section with in the next six months. Every Indica tion points to this conclusion. Her rich mines, once brought under operation again, will not cease to pour forth treasure for many years to come for the permanence of the rich ore bodies is likely to continue at depth indefl nitely. That the ore is there in large quantities and of high grade has bee settled beyond controversy. The re habilitation of Tombstone Is well under way, and bright, very bright, are tb prospects for that old silver camp and Its courageous and hopetul people, who have stuck to the camp with a heroism and a hope which is admirable. Star. Good reports come from Henrietta Extension Gold and Copper Mining company's property on the Big Bug. The new shaft Is now down twenty eight feet and rich sulphides are mak ing in the bottom. The company did not expect ore at so short a depth and as a consequence is quite elated. Ned She taya her face is ber for. tune, b't-lle Poor fclrl!" . . $10,000 Donated to Hypnotism. Dr. Y. La Motte Sage, a Noted Scientist, Donates $10,000 to Be Used for the Publication and Free Distribution of a Valuable Work on Personal Magnetism and Hypnotic Influence. . 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