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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1901.
3 Economy The difference in cost between an alum baking powder and the highest-class cream of tartar bak ing powder would not amount for a family's supply to one dollar a year. Dr. Price's is the standard cream of tar tar baking powder. It makes the food de licious and healthful. Note. You cannot, if you value Rood health, afford to use cheap, low-grade, alum baking powders. They are apt to spoil the food ; they do endanger the health. All physicians will tell you that alum in food is deleterious. Mines and Minerals of Arizona SULPHURIC ACID PLANT Hew machinery In taring Success of Black Warrior Redaction. The Black Warrior Copper company (Amalgamated.) has in process of con struction a plant for the manufacture of sulphuric acia. which in quality r material, workmanship and equipment, is unsurpassed, says the Silver Bell. The plant is located on the hillside, above the leacher a commanding posi tion. Although the grading for ih foundation was very expensive, the ad vantage of such location is most de sirable. The capacity of the plant will be easily 50,000 pounds of acid per twenty four hours. The main building is 210x65 feet, height of posts 31 feet, the roof is surmounted by a large ventila tor the full length of the building. Ore gon pine of the best quality is used in construction; stringer beams 10x12 inches, posts SxlO inches, and corre sponding dimensions throughout malfi a most substantial building. Besides the main, or chamber, building, there are towers and furnace room, the lust 44x52 feet. The main building contains the lead chambers, three in number, for con densing the sulphur fumes as they come from the furnaces: No. 1 cham ber is 200 feet long by 25 wide and i'j n.gn . ; c..a...ue. Mr. Frederick Grundy, a mining en- No. 3. 35x25x20 feet. The Glover tower is 10x10x25 feet and Gay-Lussac tower gineer of Los Angeles, arrived In Pres- Big Sandy country, where they will make an examination of the recently discovered tin mines. It is stated that the tin ore occurs in a quartz seam in the granite, and the samples exhibite.l in Kingman have given as high as '0 per cent of the metal. If the find Is uk promising as it was reported. Mr. Con stant will at once put on a force of men to develop the property. Mohave Miner. John Blakely & Co. have a Mexican packer and thirteen pack animals mov ing ore and tailings from the Ben But ler mine to the landing whence It is hauled to the Tremain mill on the Sandy for treatment. The boys will have in the neighborhood of thirty tons and expect to have the mill running some time this week. Kingman Arrow A mining suit was filed in Tombstone this week entitled George Bernard vs. Overaker. Bapp and Andrew Johnson. The suit involves six mining claim: about nine miles from Bisbee adjoin ing the property of the Modern Copper company. The claims were located lii J8i8 and considerable work has been done on them. V. C. McFarland of Solomonvllle is attorney for the plain- tin. Review. ' BILL WILLIAMS DISTRICT As Viewed by a Well Known lot Angeles Mining Engineer. A SOUR STOMACH It Often the Real Causa of a Soar Temper That the condition of the -digestive organs has a marked effect upon the character or disposition is a truism as old as the hills. Old Ben Johnson wisely said, "the pleasure of living de- ponds upon the liver." and it is a fact which none may dispute thnt a sunny disposition more often results from healthy digestion than from any other cause. Acid dyspepsia, commonly called sour stomach or heartburn, is caused by slow digestion of food: instead of be ins propmplly digested and converted into blood, bone and muscle, it lies in the stomach for hours, fermenting and decaying creating gases which cause pressure on the lung:? and heart, short breath and general discomfort and ir ritation. Such half digested food is indeed poor nourishment for the body, brain and nerves and the result in shown in ir ritable tempers, unaccountable head- The ink of the Greeks and Romans was merely lampblack mingled , ivi h gum . in the proportion of three parts of the former to one of the latter. 7x9x38 feet, surmounted by tank room, cott several days ago and has been About lt0 tons of sheet lead will e busilv engaged inspecting various used. Iead for chambers is six and : properties in this county. Upon re seven pounds weight per square foot. quest of the Prospect Mr. Grundy gave Pan for Glover tower is five-eighths 1 us the following article: of an inch thick and weighs forty) "The writer has just recently rs TKUinds ner suuare foot. All seams and ! turned from a trin throuch a joints are burned or joined with the i mineral section near where Kill Wi!- j aches and that uiie-wir.g conauion uh hydrogen llame, making a solid le:il Hams Fork empties into the Colorado ' unlly called the "blues but how quick joint. Kxperienced workmen have , river. Starting from Yucca on the ; V u11 thes disappear when apatite K-.ini raiirn-wi th nn.i nitrt and atireruon are restored. found us on the 1H11 Williams Fork at t h c-nnin nf itr. lf:imin n rancher who is engaged in raising alfalfa and and have no effcl 1 u',tm tua . . i i various other things on land he Irn- 1 . gates from the Bill Williams. After a i Special Sale on Imported Curtains and Bedspreads Here is your chance to beautify your home with the finest Lace Curtains and Bed Spreads this city and vicinity has ever seen. For reasons of our own, we have decided to cut the prices on our Imported Curtains and Spreads almost to half its regular price. Please note the following reductions: Bedspreads - A beautiful Bobbinet Bed Spread, richly trimmed with Battenberg Lace, Pillow Shams to match. Itegular Price for the set $25.00; will be sold for .flN.OO Fine Bobbinet Bedspread, hand somely trimmed with Battenberg Lace, Pillow Shams to mutch. Regular Price J20.00; will be soli for, $15.00 Fine Imported Lace Bedspread, beautiful pattern. Itegular Price $12.00; will go for..... 9.7..0 Curtains tenberg Lace, deep net ruffle rich- : ly trimmed with Battenberg Lace edge. Itegular Price $20.00. The pair will be sold for SilS.."0 Fine pair o French Mull Curtains, handsomely trimmed with Bat tenberg Lace and deep ruffle with beautiful Battenberg edge. Reg-, ular Price $17.50; will be sold for $10.."tO Fine pair Kcru Bobbinet Curtains, beautifully trimmed. Regular Price $15.00; will be sold for SjilO.O." Beautiful Pair Cream Bobbinet Curtains, richly appliqued. Reg ular Price $15.00; will Bell for SIO.73 Beautiful pair of French Mull Cur tains, richly trimmed with Bat- Fine Pair Cream Bobbinet Cur tains, beautifully appliqued. Regular Price $12.00; will sell for ...lj?S.50 Fine Pair Cream Bobbinet Cur tains, handsomely appliqued. Regular Price. $10.00; will be sold for SpO.75 Beautiful Bobbinet Curtains, richly appliqued, 24 inches wide, for bay windows or dining room windows, comes in Ecru, Red, Cream, Light Brown or Dark Blue. Regular Price $5.50 each; will be sold for $4.20 On ail other Imported Curtains not above described we will make a reduction of - . PER CENT. come from Boston and Chicago to do. this work. I The Glover and Gay-Lussac towers are of the best construction and play an imKrtant juirt in economy of aci-1 ; making. Special acid resisting brick' Laxative medicines only irritate the already irritated stomach and bowels 1 - M M' m EBKBaamnsaraBaion X WASHINGTON NEAR CENTER Our Motto: Best Values for Lowest Prices. The sensible course to follow .3 to ' HOW'S THIS? Los Angeles at great expense. Tlv "VVe offer One Hundred dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props.. Toledo. O. ' furnace room contains four HerreshoT ! automatic roasters, with dust chan : hers, stacks, etc. The furnaces are lor , sulphide ores and require no other fU'd. E. H. Benson of Weymouth. Mas?., j immense number of claims plans and looks after the construction I seven miles In length along our v.ay by the good things furnished by Sr. Ramon we arrived the next night at the copper camp of Messrs. Rlanchard and Osborne. These gentle men have located and purchased an cover In zone of 1 of the plant, and will manage the Fame: We, the undersigned, have known V. on completion. Mr. H. O. Hillman, J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be lieve him . perfectly honorable in all ousiness transactions, and financial! able to carry out any obligation made by their firm. WEST TRL'AX, Wholesale Drug gists, Toledo, O. MN'ALDING. KINNAN & MARVIN. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. ball's Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price, 75c per bottle. Sold by all drug gists: Testimonials free. "" Hall's Family Pills are the best. superintendent at Rlack Warrior, is di recting the carpenter work. The ex pensive and high class material of th'i plant testify to the substantial char acter of the Black Warrior Copper company, and is a guarantee of .th1 purpose of Mr. Fleming and his asso- : elates to make these mines producers ! of hign grade copper, and a credit to the Globe mining district. MINING NOTES. C. L. parted Constant and Tom Murphy Jo this morning by team lor the copper bearing lodes. The formation Is a schist covered with a heavy capping of blue limestone. The veins consist of very wide leads that can be traced or long distances on the surface, where they are mostly capped with Iron anJ in some cases with wolfram. When ever the iron or wolfram is puncturel a few feet of copper carbonates apl oxides begin to come in. On account f th,e great width of the iron cappings in some cases fifty or more feet the extent of the permanent ore bodies be low have not yet been determined, the various shafts and drifts being aom paratively shallow at present. In places some very high grade ore has users for the appointment of Thomas J. make use of simple natural digestives -evy. the present zanjero. 10 me su like Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets after ' perintendency of the canal. The pres meals until the stomach has a chance j ent incumbent, Mr. Frank P. Lao, to recuperate. neads the petition, which is supposed The natural digestives which every to De a resignation in Mr. Levy's healthy stomach contains are peptones, , faVor. distase and hydrochloric and lactic f A meflt market ia soon to be started acids and when any of them are lack- at my imr the trouble begins. The reason ' " . , . LMl. TMrt .-re so val- I Operation will soon be resumed t ... ...... . J I - T .. . .. i . t. . . ivhtl. Thinly mmlti- tainS north of Buckeye, as one of the owners, S. W. Haynes. returned from uable and successful in curing stoin- """ ach troubles i3 because they contain ln a ..1..-. t .v.n..unlnt...i tnHlot form all tnese absolutely necessary essen- . Denver some days ago. tials for perfect digestion and assimi lation of food. Henry Kirkpatrick of Lawrence, Mass., says: Men and women wohse occupation precludes an active out door life should make It a daily prac tice to use Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets after meals. I have done so myself and I know positively that I owe my present health and vigor to their daily use. From the time when I was 22 when I graduated from school with broken health from overwork, until I was X4. "i:Sp! I scarcely knew what it was to be free from stomach weakness. I had no ap- The young people have started a lit erary society at the Buckeye district school house. The Free Methodists are expecting to dedicate their church at an early j date. The Buckeye country is In the same ' prosperous condition which it has en , joyed for a number of years past. The : conditions which have caused it to : make a steady and prosperous growth !T IS GENERALLY KNOWN '; 5 ! yrr zzt rcxic IS 4 v 4- That the Dorris Bros. Furniture Co. and the B. Heyraan Furniture Co. will be one after the first of the coming year,and will do business under the firm name of " The Dorris-Heymari Furniture Co." with salesrooms at 22 to 28 West Washington street. Now to Be Candid With You, vvc have got too much of some things and must sell them. Some things will be sold for the next sixty days at and. below cost. Suns and Ammunition We will close out. This we will not carry in stock any longer. Here is a chance to get a good gun at factory prices. New Ithaca, L. C. Smith, Stevens, Winchester and other good things in the lot. docket ufclry. "Our Very Best" pocket cutlery. A large assort ment of all sorts of knives from the smallest to the big gest. This line must be closed out. If you need a pocket' knife just ask one of the boys to show you what we have. It costs you nothing to look, and remember we are al ways glad of an opportunity to show goods. Everything in the House will carry a special close price for the nexi sixty days. We must have the room. We suggest that in justice to yourself, you see us before buying your needs in our line. Zt& petite whatever for breakfast and very little for any other meal, j "I had acidity and heartburn nearly 1 every day and sometimes was alarmed ' . by irregularity and palpitation of the . ' heart, but all this gradually disap- . neared alter I began usinc Stuart's i Dyspepsia Tablets and can eat my meals with relish ami satisfaction . which I had not known since I was a I prowinff boy." The success and ' impularity of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets i-J enor mous, but it is deserved, and every j , druKKist in the Vnited States. Canada i land Urcat Britain has a Rood word for . this'merilorious preparation. been encountered and with depth the indications all point to large and per manent veins. i "Leaving this camp we went over to a group of sold claims, thirty-two in : number, four miles distant from th ' copper camp. These claims are ownod : by Messrs. Osborne and Butler and . consist of a number of parallel ledges. The surface in places shows forty and : fifty feet in width of ledge matter, and j ' they can betraced by shallow openings j ! throuKh the length of several claims. ! ' thoue-h covered uo bv surface wrfsh in 1 I places between. The openings consist ' of shafts from ten to thirty-five feet in depth. The ore, while not high grade. shows good values taken across tho full width of the opening, some high grade ore having been encountered, one sample having run a high as $144. but the general average" of surface samples ; have run between $4 and $10. There are streaks that will run well in copper j and most of the developments show . Brim. i in ur thrniich the ore. A wacron I could be driven all over these claims. These two groups are only from eight to thirteen miles respectively from the Colorado river In a straignt line, while there is a steamer landing called called Mack's landing, which is about fifty miles below Mellen. for the last six years and which are a natural heritage of the country still exist, namely, our water supply. Quite true is the assertion of one of our large land and cattle owners. "The Buckeye canal Is a dry weather canal," for when all others fail the Buckeye is full of water. The great strength of nature none of the structures of man can al ways withstand (in our case heavy rains on the deserts above the canal and Hood waters in the Gila river) sometimes break our canal and dam, but they always have been repaired, and our canal is full of water to its ut most capacity. W. R. BLACKMKIl. SENT FREE TO MEN Free Trial Package of This New Dis covery Mailed to Every Han 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 .ds:-v-;i-.s- Dorris Bros. Furniture Co. - :- : Wholesale and Retail House Furnishers, . 22 to 2S West Washington St. Established 1SS7. No TroubleTo Show Goods. Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention. ,. A. K. ' by-i i V . M. STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. Notice is hereby given that the an nual meeting o the stoclcnol3ers or the Phoenix & Eastern Railroad companv willl be held at the office of the com pany, in the city of Prescott, Territory of AriztnD, on Wednesday, the 20;h day of November, 1901, at 12 o'clock, noon, of said day, for the purpose of electing a board of directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of suc h other business as may properly be brought before the meeting. 1ooks for transfer of stock will be closed No vember 9th. remaining closed until No vember "6th, 1901. Dated at Prescott. Arizona, this 17th day of Oc-tober. 1101. tSIgned) F. M. MJJRFHY. , President. WALLACE FAIRBANK. Assistant Secretary. Corne r- Fourth and Broadway, Los Angeles. ti!il Send for Fall and Winter Catalogueagjg, We have trained Men and Women whose only duties are to shop for you. Ycu can sit in your own home and trade - with us; .. Sat isfaction guaranteed on all transactions. Money back if you want '' it. Send for somples and estimates. NEWS OF BUCKEYE Local Items From That Prosperous and Happy Community. KOB1XSON, M. I., C Medical Director, who had battled for years against the mental and physical suffering of lost manhood 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 bac-k. varicocele, or emaciation of parts can now cure them selves at home. Itiu keye. Ariz.. Nov. 4. (Special cor- The remedy has a peculiarly grateful respondelice of The Kepuaiiean.) Kills effect of warmth und seems to act di Wilcox returned from Phoenix today rect to the desired location, giving Charley Hazleton returned from strength and development Just where Pleasant valley with a hand of horses . jt is needed. It cures all the ills and Kriday. I troubles that come from years of mis- Wes Marten paused through Buckeye use of t:ie natural functions and has today en route from Yavapai county to j been an absolute success in all cases. Gila Bend with a bunch of cattle. a request to the State Medical Insti- Mrs. Wright spent Saturday and tute. 1133 Elektron Building, Ft. Sunday in Phoenix, returning Sunday Wayne, Ind.. stating that you desire evening to resume her school duties one cf their free trial packages, will Monday morning. be complied with promptly. The Insti- Dan F. Shell Is talking of going to . tute is desirous of reaching that great California. I class of men who are unable to leave Mrs. James Harrer Is quite sick. Dr. ! home to be treated, and the free sam Robblns of Phoenix was telephoned "for pe will enable them to see how easy Friday night and came down Satur- it Is to be cured of sexual weakness day. ! when the proper remedies are em- Wallace Joslin broke a leg Friduy I ployed. The Intt titiite makes no re while riding a horse near the head -f ' strictions. Any man who' writes will the canal. He was taken to 13. i. be sent a free sample, cnrefully scl."l Itichurdson's place near the Agua Fri.i in a plain package, so that its recipient river and a doctor telephoned for. j need have no fear of embarrassment i A petition is In circulation and Is or publicity. Readers are requested to beins signed by most cf the watcrj write without delay. Start Girls Right! Many beautiful girls become invalids for life, because at the crucial period of puberty they pay no attention to the laws of health. Mothers should protect their daughters health by giv ing them necessary information and proper treatment. When the menses come on t unawares in her inexperience she is either frightened into convulsions, or scared into try. ing to check the flow. Many girls have checked the flow and it has never started again. And as a result they have grown pale-faced, with "crow-tracks" on their cheeks, and dark half. moons under then- eyes. A dose of ,WINECARDIII taken every morning after a girl is twelve years old will bring the menses on properly and keep them regular. It will help her to develop into attractive womanhood and equip her for the duties of wife and motherhood. All druggists sell $1.00 bottles of Wine of Cardui. The Hollywood, Asbnry Turk, V. ,T., Fobniarr 1900. I roitd yoiirftrtrertisemcnt in rvjrard to Vv'incof Cardui in the Baltimore American, and it so favorably iai pressed me that on my vinit to Baltimore during the holidays 1 purchased a bottle of it for my adopted daughter, who was suffering with female troubles. She had been under the doctor's cara for some time, and when her periods would come on her suffering was aonae thing terrible. 1 induced her to try it and the fimt dose brought on ber mensem. She toor it regularly according to the directions, and waagri relieved. To use her own words, "It saved my life." J. WKSLEY CBt natlr For ad toe and literature, addren, tWln ajmtptom. Tbe ldie' AdviaeiT Deportment," Tha ChatTanoog Medicine Company, Chattanooga, Tena. DR. i vnai'e d Biuisusa a us euuiimi ui uuj Strictly vcpetat.ie, perfectly harmless, sure to accomplish . DESIRED RESULTS. Greatest known female remedy. )aff'TA Bpwaroof riianrrrrclts and Imitation. Tho rcrmirm is pnt up onlr In paste-board Car wAUIIv ton irith fae-simil3 Bicnamr? on Bide of tho boulo. tha: V. C2w, Bond fur Circular to WILLIAMS Ml'U. CO., Solo Aconts. Cleveland. Ob io. !r' tf'T FOR S-A IE BY BES L. BEAR, TJPTO-PATE DRIXGG 1ST. -