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8 THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: MONDAY MORNING,-JANUARY 6, -1902.
Blacksmith Tools audi Supplies P P EZRA W. THAYER 124-120 East Washington Street ' 127-133 East Adams Street Mines and Minerals of Arizona MOHAVE MINES Copper and Tin Properties on the San ta Maria and Big Sandy. C. H. Crosby came to Prescott from the Copper Creek country this week. He visited The Prospect office and says that with development that distiict. is sure to show up some of the greatest copper mines In Arizona. There are in dications of extensive deposits of cop per throughout the secyon, and In large dykes are stratas from one inch to eight inches in width of very high grade copper ore. There is no question but that large bodies of copper bear ing ores will some day be opened up In the Copper Creek District, and the opportunities that await the investment of capital are nuermous. Regarding the tin mines of Mohave county that have recently attracted considerable attention by the finding of very rich tin ore on the surface, about eight miles east of the Big Sandy In the Aquarius mountains, which is the range that divides Mohave and Yava pai couneies. Mr. Crosby says they are likely to surprise the world before long. He has read about these strikes since having been over a censiderable por tion of that country, and though not claiming to be an expert on tin or ar senious ores, he thinks there is a good chance to develop tin mines from sur face indications. A prospector would pass over such ground as this ordinarily, and as it waB, the locators of this property con templated a copper prospect, as the great ledge on which the locations were made Is copper stained and samples from the surface assayed 4 per cent copper. Mr. Crosby sent several samples of the tin ore found associated with felds par, to be tested, and the lowest returns were 34 per cent tin. and from that to as high as "1 per cent- o GOLDEN RULE CO. Kino Near Wickenburg Managed En tirely by Ladies. General Manager Mrs. W. T. Hutch inson and Supt. Hutchinson of the Golden Rule Mining company have been In town this week, later going out to their property in Black Rock district, preparatory to starting development work anew, says the Wickenburg News Herald. The Golden Rule Mining com pany was organized early last summer and with the exception of the superin tendent, all the officers are ladies. The company owns the Helen Gould, Laura B.. Grand View and Sulphuret mining claims and Supt. Hutchinson says the showings already made are more than enough to warrant them in continuing with the development work with the expectation of opening up a producing property. The Sulphuret claim adjoins the Great Scott of the Keystone group and has about 300 feet of development work done, consisting mainly of drifts and tunnels. Three large dykes run through the claim, interspersed with a number of rich veins of copper gold ore. In one of the tunnels a good supply of water has been encountered. On the Helen Gould. Laura, B. and Grand View claims, about 100 feet of Dr. Hibbard OBADUATE of Harvard Medi cal College, ex United States Pen. tlon Examiner, and Leading Specialist in chronic and difficult cases. Blood, Skin. Kidnay, Urinary, Bladder. Private and B.zual diseases, Hamlnai weakness with exhausted vitality permanently cured. Can cers and external growths removed with out the knife or severe measures. The teaaon of Dr. Hlbbard's remarkable success is due to his long experience and exceptional ability in treating complicated and Intricate diseases. Place your case in his bands acd be dealt with honestly and scientifically. Re member he devotes his entire time ana study to ehronlo diseases. If possible Always De Examined by an Expert. 11 unable to call write freely and confidentially. Many cases Seld to home treatment. References! All the aaks, and prominent business men of the City. Consultation, In person or by letter, rrask Boors: 10 to 12, 1 to 8, and 6 to 7. Office and Laboratory, an 8. Second Avenna, Bib fcard Building, Phoenix, Arlsona. Blacksmith Coal, Refined Iron, Norway Iron, Tool Steel, Toe Steel, Plow Steel, Etc., Forges, Bellows, Blowers, Hand Tools, Anvils, Etc., and Wagon Wood Work ' . . work has been done, consisting of 10 and 20 foot shafts and tunnels, show ing ore, which, according to the' sup erintendent, runs about 110 to the ton and carries considerable' gray .copper. The company Is incorporated for $.100,' 000, of which amount $50,000 of treasury stock has been placed on the market' for development purposes. DOIXG DEVELOPMENT WORK. A. P. Wiley was in town the first of the week- on a visit to his family and to procure- more supplies for his little mining camp up the river. Mr. Wiley Is Interested In some gold quartx claims In Riverside county, California, about four miles from the Arizona line, where he has been for the past several months, superintending development work. He has four men helping hini. and they are sinking on two claims. Mr. Wiley is confident that they have a great mine. and. if they have any considerable amount of the kind of rock that has been exhibited here, they doubtless have a bonanza. Yuma Sup. TWO GROUPS SOLD Los Angeles Man Secures Mining Prop erties at Gilbert. W. T. Somes of Los Angeles, secre tary and treasurer of the Uncle Sam Copper company, was in camp a short time ago to see what we had In the way of mineral deposits, having heard a good deal of this section and wish ing to see for himself. Meeting Mr. Sam Franklin, they went to his group of claims near here with the result that Mr. Somes secured the group of seven claims, and came back to camp satis fied that the stories of this section had not been in the least exaggerated. In the morning he went up the mountains to look at another group of five claims on the same vein as the others (the Denver Group Gold and Copper Co., and the Keystone Co., owning the inter vening ground on the same vein) and made a deal with the owners for their five claims. Mr. Somes was ready to take the stage at noon, having been with us less than twenty-four hours, but secured two of the best groups in the district- Just why these groups have not been taken sooner by some enterprising man is a mystery, but somehow no one seemed to see their good points as quickly as Mr. Somes, who. if he is as lucky In mining as he has been in the oil fields of California, will make a stake In a short time and add much to the life of this camp. Cor. Wickenburg News-Herald. MINING NOTES. H. Melluish. the Tucson Jeweler. !s now sinking one hundred feet on his nickel mine near Tucson. This mine has produced some good ore. and with nickel increasing in value Mr. Melluish will have a bonanza in a short time. It is already a valuable property. Post. Saturday last the finishing touches were put upon the sampling works of the Arizona Gold & Copper company at Patagonia, and the plant ls declared by experts to be the finest and most complete one of the kind ever erected In Arizona. It has a daily capacity of fifty tons f ore. Tucson Post. Messrs. J. Kane and G. A. Feldler have recently located a very fine ledgs of silver-lead ore in the Santa Rita mountains, not far from the group of mines belonging to the Presidential Mining Co. The Nogales Oasis says It is high grade, shipping ore. and they will develop the property and ship the ore for expense money. Two shifts are to be put on at the Infanta mine, the property of the Em pire Extension Gold Mining company. The hoisting plant and equipment for extensive development Is all In place and In operation. It Is predicted that the Infanta will be one of the first mines to pay dividends, that is now be ing developed by a company that has sold development stock to the general public. It is situated in one of the most favorable locations on Groom creek. Prescott Prospect. Frank Czarnowski. manager of the Leviathan Gold Mining Company'" properties, the Maximilian group In the southern end of Yavapai county, writes to his company that those mines are looking very fine. That the best ore ever seen in the district is now being extracted from the main shaft In the process of sinking and development. This group is reported to be one of the strongest quartz ledges in Arizona, and is on the same line of mineral the Congress and Octave mines are. Pros pect. T. I,. Ayres visited the C. O. D. mine this week and reports It to contain one of the largest bodies of ore In the coun ty, says the Journal-Miner. Mr. Ayres Is not a mining enthusiast and what he does not know about mining Is not worth knowing, and when he states that the C. O. D. is one of the big things of the Pacific coast, you can bank on It that it is just what he says. The mine iB truly a wonderful property and the company made no mistake when they took it over from the old owners. The mill recentyl erected on the property is doing good work and has a world of ore to work on. Mr. Ayres says that there Is enough mining ore of good grade to keep the big plant pounding away for more than a year without touching the reserves of high Made ores, of which there are immense bodies In sight. On the 300 level the old works were within two feet of one of the finest ore bodies the mine had ever yielded up. N. Anderson was in the city from his cyanide works, which are located at the Contention mill, on the San Pedro reserve, near Fairbanks. Mr. Anderson has purchased the tailings of the Con tention and Head Center mines, of which there are about 40,000 tons. Forty tons are treated daily. In answer to Ihe inquiry as to the profits. Mr. An derson replied that they made enough to eat three square meals daily, and meet all bills when presented. Tucson Star. Some miners who have Just come Into town from Helvetia report that the company is having a little trouble at the camp. It seems that some Iron Ore was needed for the flux In the smelting cf the copper, so several Mexicans were hired to get it out of the mine. A. B. Cooper, the engineer, being a member of the Miners' Union, objected to work ing the hoist for the Mexicans, and quit. Then the company tried to get another engineer, but on learning of the action of Mr. Cooper the man who was selected refused to take the place. It is hoped that the matter will be amicably settled. Tucson Star. All druggists guarantee every bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and will refund the money to anyone who Is not satisfied after using two-thirds of the contents. This is the best rem edy In the world for la grippe, coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough and is pleasant and safe to take. It pre vents any tendency of a cold to result In pneumonia. Sold by Elvey & Hu lett. PRESENTS FOR SOLDIERS. The queen's Christmas present of 5.500 silver-mounted pipes for certain of the troops In South Africa left Southampton yesterday by the trans port Canada, which is taking out four companies of mounted infantry. These were not the only Christmas presents shipped on the same vessel. Thou sands of small parcels were taken on board, having been sent from all parts of the country. Far more presents have been sent out to the troops for this, the third Christmas of the war. than were forwarded a year ago. The greatest number, however, was sent out in the first Christmas, when Queen Vic toria's gift of chocolate no doubt In fluenced a large number of other giv ers. London Chronicle. Cut this out and take it to Elvey & Hulett's drug store and get a free sam ple of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, the best physic. They also cure disorders of the stomach, bilious ness and headache. A Philadelphia man thought he would be more successful than his wife in se curing servants. So he cut out a num ber of advertisements from the "situa tions wanted" column of the newspaper and started out in a cab to visit the various addresses. The first place h stopped at was In front of a little house in a narrow streesrfrom which a cook had advertised. He saw "her and was favorably Impressed. "I am looking for a good cook." he said "Sure, an' don't Oi know it!" exclaimed the cook. "Oi only left your house yestldday!" He made a hasty and undignified retreat and decided to allow his wife to con tinue in her direction of the household affairs. Stranger And don't your congrega tion consider It a sin to tell a He? Kentucky Parson It depends on the lie, stranger. We don't consider it any great harm for a man to make out he has been bitten by a snake In a prohibi tion district Philadelphia Record. "How entire." remarks the London Globe, "Is the confidence of the native Indian in the government may be gath ered from the following anecdote, which corrsjs from Lahore. A tiger had escaped from the zoological gardens, and its keeper, hoping to lure It back, followed It. When all other Induce ments had failed he lifted up his voice and solemnly adjured It in the name of the British government, to which It be longed, to come back to its cage. The tiger. H Is needless to add. obeyed at once." "Do you love me for myself alone?" asks a woman. "Yes," says the man. She believes him, and marries hiin. "Do you love me for myself alone?" a woman asks. "No. for your money." says the man, not by word of mouth, but by his ac tions, which speak even louder than words. She does not believe him, and marries him. Exchange. CHECK CIBCTJLAT0S A Line of Credit on an Imaginary Bank Draft. The officers are looking for a stran gerby the name of W. H. Bourke, who Is charged with being a penman. So for as is known Mr. Bourke first ap peared in this town on the morning of January 2. Hestopped at the Senate saloon on South Second street, and in the course of his conversation with the proprietor, Mr. Renisen. he said he had a draft on the National Bank of Ari zona, but he needed identification. He was then waiting till his old friend. Mr. K. E. Pascoe, came down to go with him to the bank. His casual mention of the name of Mr. Pascoe was calculated to keep down suspicion, and when Bourke a moment later asked Mr. Remsen if he could let him have a half dollar until he had made himself understood at the bank. Mr. Remsen gave him a dollar, and did it with an air which seemed to indicate that he was sorry that Mr. Bourke had not made it a "fiver." Bourke spent the money over the bar and got into debt to the house for sixty-five cents more. Then he went away, and In the course of an hour returned pre pared to discharge his obligations. He presented an $8 check drawn to "cash" on the National Bank of Ari zona and endorsed It. Mr. Remsen deducted the amount of Bourke's in debtedness and gave hlin $6.35. He had very good reason to believe that the check was all right. He very natur ally supposed that Bourke had found his friend. Mr. Pascoe. had been Iden tified and had deposited the check In the bank. But when Bourke came back an hour later with a 10 check Mr. Rem sen hesitated about cashing it. and he told Bourke that he did not like to compete with the banks. He finally let him have 12 on the check and never saw him again. He found out at th hank that Bourke was unknown there. Mr. Pascoe said he had no acquaint ance of that name, and he had certain' ly not recently identified Bourke or any one else at the hank. About this time Mr. Remsen began to suspect that Fourke was untrust worthy, and he went to Justice Bur nett to see what could be done with him. A warrant charging him with b ing guilty of a misdemeanor was is sued and a search for him was begun. The officers were hopeful of finding him. Vhen he was last heard from he was drunk and getting drunker. If trouble with a weak digestion, belching, sour stomach, or If you feel dull after eating, try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price. 25 cents Sample free at Elvey & Hu lett's drug store. CITY BREVITIES Basketry by James Just received at the Curio. "This beautiful volume will attract wide attention." Charleston News. VENTURE HILL COPPER STOCK. For sale, 40.000 shares at 19c. Com pany's price Is 50c and may be 75c be fore many weeks. Investigate this. Boaz Duncan, 445 Wilcox Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal. Our annual inventory sale is now go ing on. Our object is to close out our stock before our spring goods arrive. Many people have waited for this rare opportunity, so now Is the time to sup ply yourself with the best goods for little money at the Boston Store. Try La aco far for a nice, cleansing bath. Use Mermaid Queen Washing Pow der! Quick worker Mermaid Queen Wash ing Powder. "All that is to be learned about baskets, more than we ever dreamed of. Is to be found In basketry." Sun, New York. Just received at the Curio. Go to Mrs. Mosher's ladies tailoring and dressmaking parlors for satisfac tory work. All assistants first-class. Accordion pleating, knife pleating and buttons a specialty. Opera house building. Good things to eat, served in the best style in our pretty private dining rooms upstairs. The Coffee Al Restaurant Co. Queen of Queens Mermaid Washing Powder. N. Porter Saddle Sc Harness Co. for Hand Made Saddles and Harness, made of best grade of leather; we warrant It. Also expert carriage trimmer em ployed. Satisfaction guaranteed. ' 142 E. Washington. Ask your grocer for Mermaid Queen Washing Powder. Notice is hereby given that the regu lar meeting of the stockholders of the Gold Coin Mining Company will be held for the purpose of electing a board of directors and the trasaction of such other business as may come before the meeting at its office in Phoenix, Ari zona, at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday, January 14. 1902. C. W. BARNETT, President. G. A. MAUK, Secretary. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Buckeye Canal and Land Company will be held at the office of the com pany. No. 14 South Second avenue. In Phoenix, Arizona, on January 13, 1902, at the hour of ten o'clock In the fore noon of said day, for the purpose of electing a board of directors and to transact such other business as may come before said meeting. . Dated, January 2. 1902. J. ERNEST WALKER. Secretary. SPANISH WAR VETERANS. There will be a special meeting of the Spanish-American War Veterans aft the armory in the city halt on Tuesday evening. January 7, for the purpose of Installing and swearing In officers for the ensuing year. All comrades are especially requested to be present and any and all ex-soldiers of the late Spanish war are cordially Invited to attend. CAPT. J. L. B. ALEXANDER. Post Commander. for breakfast ITS' Breakfast In 2 lb packages TALK OF THE DAY Bologna has been having a sensation in the rumor that Its great leaning tower, the pride of the city, is weaken ing, and may fall. This has caused so large an Influx of visitors that it is aid the hotelkespers may not be wholly guiltless in regard to the rumor. The city has two of these square towers, the Aslnelll, which is 315 feet high and was erected In 1109, and its rival, the Garlsenda, which was built one year later, and was originally much higher, and is rendered peculiar by its decided Inclination to one side. It is now only 153 feet high, the width or one side is 23 feet, the walls at the base are 6 feet 6 Inches thick, while higher up they are 4 feet 9 inches. Its origin is somewhat obscure, but it was certainly intended to outdo the Asinelll, and both were for retreat In troublous times. Some say the original Intention was to make it lean, but others contend that either the ground has settled or there was a de fect in the engineering. This unique relic was so little thought of by one of its later possessors that It was sold in 1266 for 220 lire, something less than 44. A correspondent sends us a little story of his infant son. His mother was telling Tommy about the apple and the Garden of Eden, when the child, who resided in the country and had a lively recollection of windfalls, remarked: "But. mummy, it would not have mat tered so much, would it. if she had Picked one off the ground?" London Life. Out of the 14.242 livings in the Church nf England 1.491, that is to say more than 10 per cent, are of less value than 1100 a year: nearly half of the entire number 43 per cent, to be almost exact are under 200. and ' only 1.469 are worth more than 400. It is a little sur prising to find that ' Incomes in the northern province are considerably bet- QADDLES ? . Saddle Blankets Bridles and Bits Riding Whips -Gloves Leggings, etc. See complete stock at Capital "arness shp OSCAR R. LECHLER . Proprietor OPPOSITE POSTOFFICB. WHEAT. MOURNING GOODS Sad as is the contemplation of the death of any of our dear ones, there remains the inevitable fact that at r.ome time in almost every woman's life there arises the painful task of selecting goods for mourning wear, either for her friends or herself. When that necessity occurs, remember there is nothing in which you can be so completely and easily "taken back" as in the qualities of black goods. At this store you can buy anything In the mourning line with the understanding that it will retain the original black or money refunded. It is very essential that black goods be purchased of a reliable firm, and we are considered by most everybody to be the headquarters of Arizona for mourning goods of all kinds. Every weave of black wool goods Is to be found here and In black silks we are second to none. Ask to see the which WILL inches wide We are sole agents of Phoenix and TH E ter than in the southern In the former the average value is 271, in the latter 234. The only dioceses in which the average exceeds 300 are London. Rochester, Liverpool, Manchester and Durham. The poorest dioceses are tli four in Wales. Hereford and Sodor and Man. In these the average clerical In come Is below 200. It is every one's experience that when he goes visiting he is given a cold north bedroom, and when guests ar rive at his house they get the best bedroom there Is. For CONSTIPATION. BILIOUSNESS, LIVER AND KIDNEY TROUBLES... There is notrnr.g like Yerba Buena Bitters For Sale at All Drug Stores and First Class Bars. Cold Air Storage Market S. .1. TRIB0LET, Prop. 114-116 C. Waaaisat.a St- Opposite City HaU Tetapbona 61. Just received from Kansas City a shipment of sholcest Beef Loins and Tenderloins Buy your meats at my mar ket and you will be satisfied. New arrivals in DELICA CIES. Holland Milkner Herring, 5c. each. Holland Herring (spiced),, 5c. each. Pickled Herring in Wine Sauce. 3 for 25c. Smoked Herring. 10c. dozen. Smoked Bucklings, 5c apiece. Shore Mackerel, 2 for 25c. Salmon Bellies, 15c lb. Smoked Salmon, 40c. R. Smoked Sturgeon, 40c. lb. Smoked Eel, 40c lb. Smoked Halibut Chunks, 25c per lb. Smoked Goosebreast, Import ed and Domestic Cheese, Pick les In bulk, -Anchovies, Pickled Sardines, Fresh Fish, Oysters in bulk and in cans, etc. etc The Old Year is Past and the New One is Here We take this opportunity to thank our customers and the public in genera, for their liberal patronage in the past, hoping- that the experience of each sea son is used as a ladder to reach greater perfection the next. Each season is better than its predecessor; each season we offer a greater assortment, and each season shows largely increased sates. Just call and see our fine line of im ported woolens. Our spring- goods will be here soon rfnd each pattern is care fully selected for our special use; no ether taller in the territory can sub stitute same. Your orders solicited. NICHOLSON '"'SET" 43 WEST WASHINGTON ST. Established 1889. Telephone 1965. A. J. BRADLEY UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER - LADY tMBAlMCR Graduate Chicago College of Embalming to attend Ladles and Children. Telephone 841 216 W. Washington'SC, Phoenix " BLUE SEAL" Black Taffeta NOT CRACK 27 and 36 Prescott. BEST ALWAYS' When you want a... Strictly High Grade Vehicle Buy one made by the "Columbus Buggy Co. and you will be satisfied. We carry a full line of medium grade also. Harness to suit. Lawrence & Clarke Vehicle Co. We Lead in High-Class Groceries. I FREE! i . Imported Japanese napkins- TO AIL CHUrCHSUPPfRS 5QCI ETYOI NNERS Voi WHfCH SEAL 8RAND rnrrrr - THE FINESTJCJWWN- A. IS PURCHASED .-.I FOR SALE M The Wakelin Grocer Company $1.25