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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN : WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY ,22, 1902.
3 Are Quick to See ;-:-:-x:x--:::"5::-:' Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey MEDICINE FOR ALL MANKIND. :j: Mines and Minerals :j: ! of Arizona ": . PL0M0SA PLACES, FIELDS Good Doctors Are Quick to See and Appreciate Eeal Merit in New Medicines Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablots are a dis covery (if Rreat value to the mediial pr.ifesr.lon ami the public. They are Progress of the Enterprise For Their Successful Working1, Owing to the depression of business in Phoenix the last six months, we have decided to go out of business, and will sell our entire stock of Dry Goods, Millinery, Shoes, Fancy Goods, Ready-to-Wear Goods, and Fixtures REGARDLESS and must be sold within the next 30 days. Now is the time to get good bar gains. Come early while stock is complete. We do not attempt to give prices here, but the prices will talk for themselves. In addition to the above we are giving away a beautiful Parlor Set. THE BERLIN. A. J. BRADLEY UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER -T HOY MBAlMrR Graduate Chicago College of Kmbalmins to attend I-a.lies and Children. Telephone 841 216 W. Washington St., Phoenix We Lead in High-Class urocenes- ! FREE! ! , IMPORTED Japanese napkins- yTO;ALL CHURCHjUPPERS SOCI ETY ?D I N NERS , 'FOR WHICH SEAL BRAND COFFEE 'THE FIN EST? CROWN IS PURCHASED.? FOR SALE Ei' The Wakelin Grocer Company . I J A Set of Teeth From Bead I Gold Crowns S5.00 My ; Gold fillings SI.50 and up PrlCC i Silver Fillings 50c. and up j UiSt I Extracting 50c. R. E. HOLBROOK, WASHINGTON -NEAR CENTER OF COST !You Don't Want Old Stuff All Our Stock is (Icon and New MO GUESS WORK AI! prescriptions entrusted to my rare receive my personal attention, anl they are compounded stru-tly a coord -ing to your physician's instructions. Prices you will f 1 11 I moderate. We can y in stot k not drugs and medicines aione, hut a variety of perfumes, toi let articles and stationery of every description, it.( -hiding a nice assort ment of Reymer's tine confection. A Hndome Calendar Presented to each customer. L. D. McCLURE Graduate of Pharmacy 39 N. First Ave. f Two Ooot-f (row the PoKtofllC telephone 2406 I t ADDLES Saddle Blankets Bridles and Bits Riding Whips Gloves Leggings, etc. See complete stock at Capital "aess Shop CSCAR R. LECKLER Proprietor OPPOSITE POSTOFFICB. DORRIS THEATER L. M. CRAWFORD Lessee MARTIN & STECHAN Managers BOSTON IDEAL OPERA COMPANY (Late Andrews Opera Company) WEDXKSDAY, JANUARY 22. The Pretty Persian THURSDAY. JANUARY 23. Era Diavalo 35 OPERATIC STARS. POPULAR PRICES First 11 rows In parqurtte and first 2 rows in balcony. Sl.ftO. Eifiht rows in pnniuelte. 75o. Four rows in bali-ony, rf Oallery, 2uo. Seats on sale at the Mrisley Drug Co. S5.00 to $10.00 Irvine Block, TJx Stairs Over Chsrles Donofrio WASHINGTON ST. NEAR CENTER When you want a... Strictly High Grade Vehicle Buy one made by the "Columbus Buggy Co." and you will be satisfied. We curry a full line of medium I grade also. Harness to suit. I Lawrence & Clarke Vehicle Co. Cold Air Storage Market S. J. TRIBOLET, Prop. II 1-116 t. Waskinqton St., Opposite City Hatl lelcphooe Oi . Just received from Kansas City a shipment of shoicest Beef Loins and Tenderloins Uuy your meats at my mar ket and you will be satisfied. New arrivals in DELICA CIES. Holland Milkner Herring, 5c. each. Holland Herring (spieed),, 5c. earn. Pirkle'l Herring in Wine Sauce, 3 for "oc. Smoked Herring, 10c. dozen. Smoked Ducklings, Gc apiece. Shore Mackerel, 2 for 2fc. Salmon Ilellies, lr.c It). Smoked Salmon, 40c. lb. Smoked Sturgeon, 40c, lb. Smoked Eel, 40c tto. Smoked Halibut Chunks, 25c per Tt. Smoked Goosebreast, Jmport . ed and Domestic Cheese, Pick les in bulk. Anchovies, Pickled Sardines, Fresh Fish, Oysters in bulk and in cans, etc. etc. i TO PIANO BUYERS We Invite a careful investigation of our piancs. We represent the Stein way, Kranich & Bach, Kmerson. Ster ling, Star and Richmond pianos, which are world renowned. We intend to in form the public and give the secrets of piano construction away, so that you dcnU have to believe anyone, but ca" judge for yourself about the merits of a good piano. We will inform you and then let you compare the construction, ouality and tone of other pianos with the ours: and we feel entirely safe of the result, because nobody can or will be able to mislead you after this. We challenge proofs of any bargain your friends got of Sherman, Clay & Co. of San Francisco or George J. Blckel of Fan Diego and I-os Angeles that we will not or are not able to duplicate, and that without one percent additional for freight We sell at rock-bottom prices for cash or on easy monthly terms of $10 or $15. Mess-anger & Pas Piano Co. 119 O'Nell Bids.. Opp. P. O. an unfailing specific in all cases of dyspepsia and disordered digestion. Almost everybody's digestion is dis ordered more or less, and the com monest thin?: they do fur it is to take sunn one of the many so-called blood purlnV.s. which i;t many cases are merely strong cathartics. Such things are not needed. If 1 he urgans are in a clogged condition, they need only a little help and they will right them selves. Cathartics Irritate the sensi tive linings of. the rttomat h and bow els and often do tr.ore harm than good. Purging is not what is needed. The thing to do is to put the food in condi tion to be readily digested and assim ilated. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets do this perfectly. They partly digest what Is eaten and give the stomach just the help It needs. They stimulate the se cretion and excretion of the digestive fluids and relieve the congested condi tion of the glands and membranes. They put the whole digestive system in condition to do Its work. When that is done you need tike no more tablets, unk'38 you eat what, does not agree with you. Then take one or two tablets, give them needed help and you will have no trouble. Its a common senpe medicine and a common sense treatment and It will cure every time. Not only cure th dis ease but cure the cause. (Joes about it In a perfectly sensible and scientific w.i y. We have testimonials enough to fill a hook, but we don't publish many of them. However Mrs. K. M. Faith, of Ryrd's Creek. Wis., says: "I have taken all the Tab lets I got of you ami they hnve done their work well in. my case, for I fel 11 ke a different person altogether. I don't doubt if I had not got them I should have been at rest by this time." If. E. Willard. Onslow, la., says: '.Mr. White of Canton, was tilling me of your lysiepsia Tablets curing him of Dyspepsia from which he hatl suffer ed for eight yea is. As 1 am a sufferer myself I wish you to send me a pack age by return mail." Phil Hrook3. Ietroit. Mich., says: "Your dysiepsla. cure has worked won ders in my case. 1 suffered for years from dyspcpr.ia but am now entirely cured and enjoy life as I never have before. I gladly recommend them. It will cost .lor. to find out just how much Stuart's lyspepsia Tablets will help you. Try 1 hem that's the best way to decide. All druggists pell thorn. A little book on stomach disease will be mailed free by addressing F. A. Stuart Co., Mar shall. Mich. At this time-of the year many a man leaves his home In the morning a lov ing, tender-hearted man. and returns at night a roaring lion. In the mean time the Christmas bills have come ln A CURE OF LUMBAGO. W. C. Williamson, of Amherst, Va.. save: 'For more than a year I suffered from lumbago. I finally tried Cham berlain's Pain Balm nnd it gave me entire relief, which all other remedies had failed to do." Sold by Klvey & Hulett. A watch may give tick, but a wise jeweler doesn't. The Topka Commonwealth says of ."obcrt Mdntyre, who will lecture in the First M. K. church on Friday even ing: Evon Robert tngersoll himself could nt-t surpass, him in hi3 loftiest :,!ghts, and Mdntyre Is superior to In gcrfcoll In depth of thought. No more . ofoii.n l thinker has set foot on Kansas soil. We ha heard Ta Image and others In America ani Kurope. but for burning eloquence never heard Robert Mclntyre's equal. Tcpeka (Kas.) ttm monwoalth. MATTERS OF RECORD. The following: Instruments reported by the Phoenix Title Guaranty and Ab stract company were filed for record In the county recorder's office yesterday: Tempe Land and Improvement com pany to Mrs. J. O. Manley, deed to lot 14. block 11. Tempe; consideration, $200. T. P. Banta and wife to G. W. Woy knd J. Dennet, Jr.. lot 15. block 13, Col lins addition: consideration. $150. Pete Black pot and wife to Oscar O. Parret, deed to location of 2.000 inches water in Gila river: consideration, $25. WHEATINE the food for one the food for all never in bulk x 2 lb packages all reliable grocers 17HEATINE BreakfastI Posas valley, a great north and south depression, with the Plomosa moun tains forming the eastern bonier and the northwurd extension of Castle Inline range on the west, is a strip at country remarkable for th extent and richness of its placers. The val ley runs northward for thirty or forty miles, and is from ten to fifteen miles wide. Preliminary arrangements are now being made by a company of eastern capitalists for The proposed dam and reservoir site on Bill Williams Fork of the Colorado river, and water is to be conducted by means of a canal to these placers. On the eastern1 side of the valley is the Plomosa placers and on the western side an extended de posit of gold-bearing gravel, which in various parts bear the names of Ochoa. Oro Fino and Middle Camp, and they lie at a distance of about forty-five mils from the projected dam. The reservoir will have a wonderful stor age capacity. The valley slojes ta the north and affords a very extensive field for irrigation, and as the soil is fer tile, and the climatic conditions favor able for agricultural and horticultural products, the objects of this company are two-fold, and their operations will be very extemdve. What is now an unproductive and barren waste of country is destined to become a rich mining and farming section, through the element that has made southern California what it is water. The extent of these placers is as yet undertermir.ed. The examinations made by experts on the Plomosa placer were confined to a strip of territory half a mile long and l.fcOO feet wide. This tract Hen about two miles from the mountains and opposite a canyon, where a large number of pits have been sunk to a bed of cemented gravel. which is richer than the remainder of the gravel. Two of these shafts are said to be fifty feet deep, and others were found to be fiften or twenty feet deep. This rich gravel has been worked by dry washes In preference to the gravel that was sampled by the company's experts. Nearer the mountain the gold is coarser, but the amount of gravel is much less. Men with dry washes have oierated along the side of the mountain for a distance of two miles, but the length of gravel deposit along the line where sumpls were taken is judged to be three or four miles. Its width, going from the mountain westward, was found to be four to four and one-half miles. The thickness of the great de posit could not be ascertained, but there are deep ravines cut into the gravel by floods from the mountains and they afford miles of banks from ten to twenty-five feet high, in which the upper layers of gravel are very well exposed. In was in these banks that the samples were taken, which wasjlone by scraping off the surface and cutting into the undisturbed gravel with careful avoidance of any ma- terral that lay in the bottom of the ravines or that had been worked over by the rains. There is no doubt at the distance from the mountain at which the samples were takn, the depth of this gravel deposit exceeds twenty yards or sixty feet, and there is every possibility that it Is twice that, but reporting merely upon what was sampled, a depth of only, eight j-ards was taken as the basis of esti mates. The average value of this gravel was found to be 64 cents per cubic yard, the gold being estimated at $18 per ounce. The metal itself is finer than this, however, being worth $19.17 to $19.30 per ounce, but there is always a certain amount of fine sand cemented to even very small grains of gold. In the sampling there were no failures, and the results lay between the extremes of 42 cents and $1.04 per cubic yard: wherever the gravel was tested it yielded gold. The sampling indicated that the im mediate surface of the ground was the poorest part, and the deeper the gravel was penetrated the better were the re sults. A dry washer was used in sampling, a machine which winnows the sand by means of a rotary fan, which blows under a fine screen, over which the sand passes in a thin stream. The gravel is first thrown upon a coarse screen to separate the layer pebbles. Tests by washing the tailings from this machine in an or dinary gold pan with water, indicated that the loss did not exceed 5 cents per cubic yard, and contrary to the results of hydraulicking. the principal loss was not in fine gold, but in coarse particles which adhered to the larger pebbles. The dry washer saved the finest gold and apparently saved all of It that was not adhering to a large grain of sand. Confining deductions to the limitsact ually explored, 2400x1500 feet, and eight yards deep, this block of gravel, con taining 3,200,000 cubic yards, at 64 cents to the yard, would yield $2,048,000. The whole mass of gravel in the Plomosa placer seem to contain an hundred times this bulk. This placer is different from the gold gravel usually known, in having some what angular fragments of rock, in stead of thoroughly rolled pebbles. The distance from the mountain, from which the gold was derived, is so small. and the rushes of water which brought the gravel down were probably of such short duration, that complete round ing of the water-worn pebbles was not produced. Much of the gold Is also angular in shape. Plomosa means "lead-bearing," and is given to this placer because it con tains pebbles of galena, a lead ore. These pebbles are derived, like the gold, from veins in the mountains on the flanks of which the placer lies. Across the valley and about twelve miles from the Plomosa placer is an other bed of gravel of similar extent and of high quality.- The mountains there form part of a long north anJ south range, and at the point in ques tion, consist of quartzltes nnd som: shale overlying granite. A hill of erup tive rock lying east of the gravel, seems to be part of a flow that crossed the valley and now forms the southern boundary cf the Plomosa placer as we'd s of Middle Camp. The western mass of gravel is occu pied at various places by three camps, Cures Consumption! Dear Sirs: After readine- vour advertise- meat I bought a bottle of your whiskey, which helped me right away. 1 am now on my third bottle, using it for consumption, and 1 feel like a new man. I think that if I hail known of your whL-Jcey when I was at home in Chicago, I would have never come; out here for my health. ED. bCHUBARTH, 1003 Market St., Denver, Colo., Oct. 18, 1901, Stopped Hemorrhages. Nashua City, K. H., Nov. 11, 1901. Gentlemen: It is with great pleasure that I write to inform you that I have used eight bottles of your Pure Malt Whiskey. 1 would not have been here to-day only for your wonderful medicine. I have used all kinds of medicine and been under the care of doctors. 1 have had three severe attacks of grip and pneumonia, which have left me with a bad cough and weak heart, I am t7 years old. It has toned up my system and stopped the hemorrhages and 1 cough but very little. I only regret that I did not know of your whiskey before. I cannot express what it has done for me. I beg to remain, Yours resiect fully, Mrs. H. C. ALLTNOTO. Gentlemen: I commenced on your Duffy Malt Whiskey last March, and have been faithful iu taking it ever since, I liave used one dozen bottles, and am feeling better. My hemorrhages have almost stopped, and cough very much improved. WIlXlK D. BALL. 713 N. 1st St., Richmond, Va., Sept. 11, 1101. Vigorous at 8a Years. Gilbert X. Hat, of T'J l-afoyette Street, stamps to cover postage. If vou are sick and run down write the Medical Department Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. V., freely. All correspondence in strictest confidence. It will cott you nothing to !earn how to regain health, strength and vitality. Medical booklet free. It is the only whiskey recognized by the government as a medicine. This is a guarantee. All druggists and grocers, or direct, fl.00 a buttle. all rich in gold, but differing materially in the character of the gravel. Oro Fino, in the center, has much slat'?: Middle Camp, the most northeily of the three, has granitic gravel, and Ochoa, at the south, is mostly com posed of quartzite pebbles. These dif ferences are accompanied by equally marked distinctions in the chat actor of the mining dor.r. At Ochoa. n?ar the mountain. ther- Is a ri'icious ce ment, very ru h. bit al'o very hard, that requires to be 'r l;-n by hand be fore going to the i; v v. .. j. In Oro Fino the shale bedrock is very rar the surface. In Middle Camp thcr? is cement, but of a much softer kind. In extent this west body of gravel is about the same as at Plomosa. The Middle Camp plar occupies an eni and west valley, crossing the maun tain range about a mile wide and four or five long. The length is greater than this, but the bed-rot k rises toward the west, and the gravel is thinner. This Is the chosen locality of the individual dry washer, who takes his machine to some point where the bed-rock can be reached quickly. There the rich seams of gravel In the bed-rock often yield from four to ten times the value of the thicker gravel, and in crevice-? he obtains nuggets worth $10 to $25. Three nuggets, worth altogther $47, were taken out by a placer miner one day just previous to the time the party reached the camp. Ochoa Camp, like Plomosa. lies along the foot of the mountains, 'and Is three or four miles In length. It is just south of Middle Camp, and these camps taken together, form about the same area of gold-bearing gravel as at Plo mosa. It would require several months to open this ground sufficiently to as certain its actual depth and extent. Assuming the shallowest known depth, sixteen yards, the block of gravel cov ered by what sampling was done there, contains 37.000.000 yards, and at the average values of all .sampling, which was 53 cents, means $19,700,000 in gold. The depth of the gravel is irregular in passing from Middle Camp to Ochoa, through Oro Fina, but it is possible that the actual quantity of gravel is ten times that included in the area of the sampling that was done, and may be much more. The locality of these placers Is among the oldest known porti-jns of Arizona. Forty years ago the Colo rado river was the main gateway of the territory. Freight entered by that route for many years, and mills are still standing which were landed at Aubrey on that river. The value of these placers was , known to the miners, who in the early days passed over all the region contiguous to the Colorado, but the almost total ab sence of water In the mountains com pelled the miners to pack their rich dirt to the river, or to distant natural tanks to be washed. Oro Fino was the most celebrated camp of that time. There the soft shale bed-rock rises to the surface, and when the art of dry washing was learned, this rich bed rock was the scene of active work, and much of it has been washed and re washed a score of times. The gravel, which it is proposed to woi k. being of such immense volume, wus passed over as "low-grade," It was taken for granted that such greit uccumulatinos must be too poor to work by the method: then at hand, and it was not until a system .of sampling was inaugurated in the interest f a big syndicate, that the expr-t-IenrcJ dry washers employed for tVe' VUfpoe, 1 discovered that there are pflrYs of these great deposits where $10 ai'day can hs TTtica, N. V., says: "Since taking Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskev I have trained 30 uoutuU In weight ; it aids my digestion and acts as a stimulant and tonic." Pneumonia Cured. Gentlemen : I had a severe case of pneu monia last fall, and have used about one dozen bottles of your whiskey to build me up, and find it does what you claim for it. Yours respectfully, E. PEDERiSEN, Ham lino, Minn., May 14, 1101. Thousands of such testimonials are re ceived from patients who have been cured by Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. It cares consumption, coughs, colds, grip, bronchitis, catarrh and all diseases of the throat and lungs. It also cures nervousness and indigestion. It gives power to the brain, Htrenpth and elasticity to the muscle, and richness to the blood. It is a promoter of health and longevity, makes the old Jroung, keeps the young strong. It is abso lutely pure and contains no fusel oil. It will cure almost any case of consump tion if taken in time. Over 7,000 doctors prescriVe It, ami 2,000 hospitals use it exclusively. Caution. AVhen buying Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey be sure you get the genuine. Unscrupulous persons, mindful of the ex cellence of this preparation, are seeking con tinually to put upon the market cheap imi tations, winch, far from relieving the sick, are positively harmful. Demand Duffv's and be sure you get it. Look for tbe trade mark, " The Old Chemist," on our label. FREE. Two of our potent game counters for whist, euchre, etc enclose 4 ftitM in washed out by one man, and half that sum can be obtained in most places. When operations on a large scale are applied to these gravels the returns, will unquestionably be enormous sn;. I the situation is such that the amount lof gravel moved will be limited only I by the means applied to move it. In quantity of gravel, it is true that these placers are surpassed by many other localities, but they are always cf inferior grade. The rapid examina tions made here by experts, indicate that in quality, the gravels of the Posas valley are superior to those of any others of equal bulk. J. T. PEN DERG A ST. SPLIT, BRITTLE. DULL. HAIR. All Come From Dandruff. Which Is Caused by a Germ. Split hair, harsh hair, lusterless hair, brittle hair, falling hair, all owe their origin to dandruff, which is caused by a mearly little microbe that burrows into the scalp, throwing up the cuticle into dandruff scales, and sapping the vitality of the hair at the roots, caus ing the several diseased conditions of tne hair till it finally falls out. Modern science has discovered a remedy to destroy the dandruff microbe, which, is combined in Newbro's Herpicidv which may be had of any druggist. Al lays itching instantly and makes hair soft as silk. Take no substitute; noth ing just as good." Job had his patience sorely tried, but he never lost his collar button at .an Inopportune moment. FOR OVRR SIXTY YEARS M ItS. W1NSLOWS SOOTHING SYRUP has teen used for HilMren tort hint:. It soothes the child, softens the eums. allays all pain, cures wind colic, ana is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a boLtle. Major Armstrong is at Fort Sill for the purpose or investigating the advis ability of releasing the imprisoned Apaches. The famous Geronimo, the Apache chief, is one of the prisoners. I Since the Apaches have been prisoners of war they have been following agri cultural pursuits. Geronimo has made a specialty of raising watermelons. REMARKABLE CURE OF CROUP. A Little Boy's Life Saved. I have a few words to say regarding" Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It sav ed my little boy's life and I feel that I cannot praise it enough. I bought a. bottle of It from A. E. Steere of Good win, S. D., and when I got home with it the poor baby could hardly breathe. I gave the medicine as directed every ten minutes until he 'threw up" and" then I thought sure he was going to choke to death. We had to pull the phlegm out of his mouth in great long: strings. I am positive that if I had not got that bottle of cough medicine, my boy would not be on earth today. Joel Demont. In wood, Iowa, For sale by Elvey & Hulett. "Her heart is the goal I am striv ing for. said Charlie Halfback. "Have you tackled the old man'" askeJ Willie Fullback. "Yes: and he tried to kick mft a-vay from the goal." Yonkers Statesman. Cut this out and take It to Elvey & TTuletl's t'rng stbre and get a free sam ple, cf Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.' tbi -best .physic. , They also cure disorders of the stomach, bilious ness and headache.