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THE AKIZONA BErUBLICAN: SATUltDAY MORNING, FEBTU A.IIY v15, 1902.
Bargains in Pianos For less than half price, the following well known pianos: One elegant Fisher, n I moot new; one fine Everett, little used; ontfpgase; good as new; -and one extra good bargain at $110.00, all up rights. Our stock of flew pianos con sists of the celebrated Stelnways, Kranich & Baoh, Sterling, Starr, Rich mond and Kmfcrson. ' "We don't handle any cheap western Jiakes. but sell our high grade pianos cheaper than any ever sold before In Arizona and cliall&nge comparison with the largest rmrticTMniFes on the coast. Zobo Self-Playing Cornets, from 25c up. Tou sing in the motith-piece and you have brass band music. Tuning and repairing a specialty. Messenger & Pos Piano Co. 118 N.; FIRST AVE., OPP. P. O. L; D. McGLURE Graduate of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy. 14 years practical experience. '.''-NOTicB! No Guchs Work In our Prescription department. Alfr''friidicjn8are impounded In the most Careful manner., with strictly pure and fresh drugs and tn stric t ac cordance with the doctor's instructions. Prices you will find moderate. We carry in stock not drugs and medicines alone, but a vaviety of perfumes, toi let articles and stationery of every description. Including a nice assort ment of Iteymer's fine confections. HOT DRINKS Ice Cream Soda and Ice Cream with crushed fruits, always served at our fountain. 1 39 N. First Ave. Two Doors from the Potoltlce llepho 2466 1 .... 2 ADDLES i j Mines and Minerals :: ' . of 'Arizona ' ::-x:-x-::..x. THE MINES AT TKOY A Model Camp and a Fine Looking Property. Saddle Blankets Bridies and Bits i Riding Whips Cloves ; j Leggings, etc. - See complete stock at Capital Harness Shpp OSCAR R. LECHLER f ; Proprietor - OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE. CABTLE CREEK Hot. Springs. I YAVAPAI COUNTY. ARIZ. : "Season of 1901 now open: New buildings just ; completed: More rooms with baths; all rooms heated by 5 hot water system when re quired; electric lighting of 'buildings and grounds. ' High standard of excellence '. in all features 'strictly main ; talned. Descriptive pamph let on application1 to L. H. Landis, Pass. Agt. S. F. P. .& P. R'y Co., Phoenix Art- inna, or. to - . . . C M. OOUHOUN, Mgr. HOT SPRINGS. "AHIZ. Troy Camp, Ariz., Feb. (Special correspondence of The Republican.) It is a hard climb to the top of the Mesr.il mountains, but the scenory which is opened up to the eye at this altitude surely recompenses one for any discom forts of travel to feet here. Troy is on the very crest of the Mes cal ranpo. For hundreds of miles mountain ranges appear in panoramic splendor, all of the oloiin of nature heinR brought into ure to portray their dirTereiit phases. Far ofT to the south east the Galiuios look, us passive as thuush UatOesnr.ke canyon had never torn its way into them, and only the Pinal mountain stands out majestically defying the Illusions of distance to cheat it of its importance. Some of the ranges I climbed a day or so nj?o and found them rough and wild seem from this distance like mounds upon a mts:i. There is but one accessible, or accept able, road leading to the camp on the MescaT ranffe. and that 1b the old-tim (ilobe stage road, which passes through. Cain canyon. The road skirts dansrerous cliffs, nnd Is very steep. It was In this canyon that Pearl Hr.rt, the woman bandit. and her partner. "Jioots," held up the Globe stage a few years ago. Near the spring where the hold-up took place are there words painted with wagon grease uion the cliff, Are you ready to meet your Cod?" Whether Pearl Hart was the artist who wrote these words no one seems to know, but they are thert?. and from the precipitous canyon road I think they present an appropriate warning to travelers. There are a groat many pubrtantlal buildings In Troy camp, but the resi dence portion is made up almost wholly of tents. There are perhaps twv hun dred people in Troy camp, and they represent th best miners that the ( ountry affords. The camp is strictly ;;ober. - No saloons are allowed on the company ground, no miner is employed after once committing the misde :.ieanor of taking on a jng. and the camp, as a result of such restrictions and discipline, is entirely different from I'.ny I have ever seen. The usual hangers-on of a mining camp are not here: there is no laud talk, no threats of violence, nor pistol shots to brak the peace and quiet of tills mode! min ing camp. I asked Manager Charles II. Cutting how such discipline worked and he answered: "It simply gies us a full working force all the time. The day after pay clay the men are at their po-Ms, they save- their money, there is good feel ins nn all sides and we move along without any quarreling." There is a reading room, the miners' union hnn its own hall, there is a school and the miners' children are given all the advantages of a small place. Dr. William Lawrence Woodruff, who is well known In Ph-jenix, is pleasantly located her as the company physician, and Manager Cutting feehf that he Is very fortunate in getting such an ex perienced and capable doctor. A hos pital is to be built for the doctor very soon, but at present he uses his resi lience as an office. The Troy group of mines was bought hy this company about three years ago from several prospectors for something over $100,000. Since that time active development work has been carried on, and the camp is now safely out of the prorpect stage and has prepared itself to enter the list of copper producers of Arizona. The Troy and Manhattan groups are contiguous, the locations covering an immense porphyry dike which traverses the mountains from east to west. The vein matter is four hundred feet In Width In some places, as it - Is traced upon th? surface, but the development of the vein has shown no such width, although there are Im mense ore bodies developed in the work thus far completed. Most prospective mining carr.a have thousands of tons of ore on the dumps, but here th're is scarcely any it is all In the mines, and what is better still, in stopes ready for the drill and blast when the smelter calls for ore. I first visited the Troy group, of which t shall write first. These claims art accessible by fine mountain roads which have been built by the company to every portion of ' th mountains ; . DISEASED KIDNEYS If any of j'our family in this or past generations have been troubled with Kidney Diseases, make a test of j-oiir urine and satisfy yourself. CURED FREE. Miss Mabel Wood, a society leader, of St. Joseph, Mo., sa3-s she was pcrmanentiy cured of kidney and bladder trouble by Warner's Safe Cure. WARNER'S SAFE CURE Is the only cure of all forms of Kidney Disease. A trial lx)ttle will be sent absolute! free to any reader of The Republican. TRY THIS SIMPLE TE8T1 Put some morning urine in a glass or bottle; lot it stand, twenty-four hours: if then it is milky or cloudy or has a reddish, chalky sediment In th. bottom cu the glass, or If particles or grms float about in it, your kidneys nre diseased, and you should net lose a moment, but get a lottle of Warner's Safe Cure, as the disease works very rapidly and is able to gain such a foothold that you cannot cure It or stop its spread without a great deal of pain and suffering. . WArtNKFrS SAFE CURE is Hn absolute cure for any form of kidney disease. One bottle will cure almost any light cn we, and the free trial bringa relief, while if the disease is al lowed to make any headway, so that it affects the different organs, it Is liable to take months to cleat the system of the microbes and pre vent Blight's Disease, Diabetes, Uric Acid Poi son, Rheumatism. Rheumatic Gout, Female Weakness and all other complications of the Kidneys, Uver. Bladder, Urinary Organs and the Hlood. ABSOLUTELY CURED. Aliss Mabel . Viood, a prominent society ' la d y of J'Jtcpli, Mo., cannot say too much In WITj'MA in a! vt Warner's Safe Cure. iffifrC?' "My experience with Warner's Safe Cure has most Ratisfactory and I am glad to write that It has cured me of kidney and liver iseases with which I have been troubled for a long while. My system was run down and I rJS lud what doctor call Female Weakness. As as I took Warner s Safe Cure I was re- L'd nnd tterruanently cured within a few wec-ka. - You can Imagine how thankful i am to thi medicine, for the doctor icld me I could not b- cured without a change of air and a change of scenery, and I could not afford it. Wurner Safe "uro is a wonderful medicine, and I wish I could tell all suffering women how quickly it cured me. Gratefully yours, MA If EL. WOOD, 1410 Church St., St. Joseph, Mo., Tress. Young People's Temperance Assn." WAUNKH'S SAFE c'CKE i purely vegetable and contains no harmful drugs, it does not constipate, it is a moat valuable and effective tonic, it Is a stimulant to digestion and awakens the torpid liver, putting the patient Into the very best receptive state for the work of the restorer of the kidneys. It prepares the tissues, scothes inllamintttioii and Irritation, stimulates the en feebled organs and heals at the same time. It builds up the body, gives it strength, and restore the energy that Is or has been wasting under the bane ful suffering of kidney disease. WA Ft NEK'S SAFE (TRE is now nut up la two regular sizes and 'sold by nil druggists, rr direct, at 50 Cent and tl.OO Rottl. I ew 1 ban Oae Cent Dos. Hefuse substitutes. Th re is none "just as good as" Warner's. Insist on the genuine Warner's Safe Cut", which always cures. Substitutes contain harmful drugs and do the patient more harm than good. TRIAL BOTTLE FREE. To convince every sufferer from disease of the kidney, liver, bladder nnd blood that Warner's Safe Cure will cure thorn a trial bottle will be sent nbsolute 1 free to anyone who will writ" Warner's Sni"e Cure Co.. Ilothester, N. Y., and mention hnvinir seen this lib-ral offer in The Itcpuiilicnn. The Ronuineness of this offer is fully guaranteed by the publisher. Our (loctur will send medical booklet, containing symptoms and treatment of each disease, and many con vincing testimonials, free, to anyone who will write. 1 mmt,' ;? Mfi'm.KMiy THE CLUB STABLES One block north of Hotel Adams on ! North Center Street. Nobby turnouts. I Safe and speedy stocH. W. L. GEORGE, Proprietor where the company is prospecting or developing ore bodies. The first workings of the Troy are ranched through the Davis shaft. There eie four levels, the last one being at a depth of f uir hundred feet. Thec levels are run fiom the shaft to pene trate the niount iin nnd give th work ings ventilation, at the same time opening up the ore valuta. Excellent ore was Ftruck In the first level, which has ben developed int' sloping ground for future work. The thirl level shows sulphide ore In goot calamities. The shaft Is equipped with a steam hoist and is fully prepared for active work. The Climax No. 3 has sulphide ore. There are two lewis developed and twelve feet of ore has been opened up. Manager i'utting estimates that he h is 6.00O tons of ore In this mine. This is one of the shafts where the greatest development of the Tioy mines ha3 been made, and it will probably pro duce some of the richest ore of the en tire camp when smelting begin. The development has been almost com pletely upon ore. The Alice is one of the most impor tant claims of the Troy group. In this mlno a rich strike was made some time ago which has created considerable interest among mining men and added a prestige to the camp which is of great value. The" Alice has an Inc line shaft. The capping of the vein is of iron and the work was done without encountering copper .values until thirty feet of depth was attained. At sixty feet the ore body was considerably larger nnd was found on the hanging wall in lime. At one hundred feet the ore lays in the opposite contact of por phyry which gives it a more perma nent future. It Is estimated that this ore w ill average 12 per cent copper. There is a five-foot crosscut on the ve'n and no wall has been encountered. The exact width of this vein has not yet been decermined. but it H known to be very larj,' carrying high-grade cop per Values with gold and silver as by product. The Alice I now being equipped with a forty horse power boiler, a four-drill air compressor and a. forty hoi e p.wer hoist. A duplex pump is 011 the ground which will be put up nt th spring near the Alice to supply the water for the boilers. The principal supply of water for the Fmelting and othr surface works, however, will come from the Davis shaft, where a ilch strike of 12,000 gal lons of water per day has been made. The i'limax No. 2 is an iron mine, and It Is here that the Iron flux will come from, although it is highly prob able that a repetition of the Alice strike will be met with here, as the in dications point to the presence of cop per below the Iron. Rut ail this will be determined later on. At present Manager Cutting is not wasting any energy upon theories and possibilities. He has developed ore and is paying attention to the wealth at hand first. CEORGE H. SMALLEY. MINING NOTES. The many friends of J. J. Tearce, one of the original owners of the Common wealth mines et Pearce, will he pleased to learn that he in opening up another promising producer in his gold prop erty near P.enson. A recent strike made shows the ore to be of high grade. Several carloads of shipping are have been extracted and will be' shipped to Pueblo, while arrangements for regular shipments will follow. The ore carries a high percentage in lead averaging 40 per cent, while the gold assays from $40 upwards. Prospector. Alva Hey wood, who will be pleas antly remembered by a great many people in Prescott, for his Inimitable Impersonations, a few months ago, is now a millionaire in Texas. He pur chased fifteen acres of land in that state on which a number of oil welis have been sunk and It is ntated that he could make a clean-in of his interests now for VW.OOO. Journal-Miner. MAMMOTH MINE SOLD Bought by Frank "W. Fletcher-Geo. Blair Again in Charge. The gold mine at Mammoth was sold Monday to Frank V. Fletcher of Al pena, Mich., who represents the bond holders, says the Tu-son citizen. Mr. i"ietc her's father, who is now dead, loaned to the M air. ninth Cold M ities company through the Farmers' Loan and Trust company of New York. $4r.0,000. The interest was to be paid every three months and if the company missed two payments, the whole amount of the mortgage was to be.iine due. This Instance occurred nnd the company was thrown In the hands of a receiver. George P. Hlair. v.-ho had been made superintendent by the Eng lish stockholders at the request of Mr. Fletcher, was also made receiver. Tne sale was set for Monday, but the English syndicate tried to get it post poned through their Nev York attor neys in order that thev liiifcht bid on the property. S.l,-ruf Truman of Flor 1: iu:o. ac tliirf as master commissioner, had no order from the court to post pone the sale and the property was sold to Mr. Fletcher for $:i00.000 and interest, which will aggregate $.".0,000 additional. The old company has nine months In which to redeem the mort gage and will no doubt do so, as they were arranging to bid on the property. The purc hasers in this uncertainty will hardly do any extensive' work on the mine until they learn the iutnti ms of the former owners. George P. I'.luir went out to Mam moth on the stage thi3 morning to take charge of the mine "or Mr. Fletcher. The canide plant did not come under the mortgage, but the court included It in tlie receivership. A. M. Franklin, attorney for the company, has refused to cbey the order of the court and give up the funds of the cyanide company, now in his popression. The cyanide plant had been working the tailings of the mill under the supervision of Su perintendent riaisdel and proved a paying investment. It burned to the ground last summer. There it: little chance that the Mam moth mi no will resume unless the Eng lish syndicate redeems the mortgage or agrees not to do so and allows the purchasers to go ahead with the work permanently without fear of being mo lested by the old company redeeming the mortgage, although the latter would have to pay for all . improve ments that had been put on the property. Why is ROYAL Baking Powder bet ter tHefcn etiy otKer ? Because in its mammoth works a corps of chemical experts is con stantly employed to test every ingre dient and supervise every ' process of manufacture to insure a product ab solutely pure, wholesome and perfect in every respect. The most wholesome food and the most digestible food are made with Royal Baking Powder. ROYAL OIKINO POWOFR CO . 100 WILLIAM ST.. NEW YORK. Johnson: lie that thinks hp ran af- What If there is a plckl- famine? Mr. ford to be noRlippnt Is not far from j Helnj: alone has fifty-one commodities heins poor. j left to pic k from. Standard Iron Works p. Phoenix, Arizona General Agents for En . gines, Boilers and Pumps Manufacturers of Mining and Milling Ma chinery, Semi-Steel Shoes and Dies. Iron Brass and Phosphorus Bronze Cast ings, Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, Boxes and Gen eral Machinery Supplies. Secoad-HMd Machinery Botgfct mm Sold. O. Box. 458. Long Distance 'Phone 571 A man Jumped Iralte Watson thin afternoon., and began a long haraneue about the Sampson-Schley controversy. "I will meet you next Sunday after noon," Mr. Watson said, "and have it out. But jUFt at present T nm busy." VVHEATINE the food for one the food for all never in bulk fot&&- putt 2 lb packages all reliable grocers V7HEATINE PHOENIX FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS Machinery( Supplies, Castings, Repairs, Etc., Itc. 'j JEROME PROPERTY 1 23 to 33 North Second Street FOR SALE The group of ten 'aims shown on the map within the boundaries of the heavy lines. The property adjoins the lands of the great United Verde Copper Company, within less than 2,000 feet of the big smelter and within still less distance to point where - the big company Is taking out ore on its Eureka claim. Map shows course of con tact vein, carrying a little gold and copper, developed on the Virginia claim. Would share liberally with a responsible party who desired to put the group in a corporation and develop. Address J. CV SCOTT, ' Jerome. Arix.-t Theyliaye stood tlie test and are . . . ; - ' RIGHT We' mearr the; vehicles manu factured by the GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES OF THE. FOLLOWING ARTICLES ESPECIALLY ! COLUMBUS BUGGY CO. We carry . the full line andi are sple-agents for thse high grade.vehiclesi It is a pleas ure to show them Men's Brown Balbriggan Shirts and Draw ers; a 50c garment the world 9Kp over: each Jt Men's Ribbed Shirts and Drawers; well made; you'll never pay less OtTp than 50c; each Jl Men's Seamless Mixed Socks; good t7p weight; per pair..... Jt Men's Suspenders; 35c and 25c 1 Cp quality; per pair I J L Neckwear We have just Received a grand assortment of brand new NECK WEAR, direct from the manufacturer, in Imperials, Four-in-Hands, Reversible Tecks, Scarfs and Fly Bows j& j& jZ? j& in patterns that will open your eyes. And the prices on these fine ties you cannot help but appreciate. T5he Monarch Brand White Dress Shirts; retailed the world over for $ 1.25; perfect in every re- Q C p spect; all sizes; each j3V. PEPPERELL DRILL DRAWERS Elastic Seat, and both sides of the seams and ankle; a perfect made garment; heretofore sold for 75c; now, EOp per pair Lawrence & .Clarke Vehicle Co. 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