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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1902.
k -5" f Mines and Minerals f I o" Arizona ; TWO PROPOSED MILLS There waa a cry in the streets. People rushed from their doors and strained their eyes on the struggling balloonist fighting for life. Even the poor, pant in" sufferer in the sick room was for gotten while the fam ily gazed breathless - at this strange tragedy of tbe-air. Then they went back to the sick room to tell of the terrible struggle for life they had just witnessed. It did not occur to them that under their very eyes a more terrible, more pathetic struggle was going ontiaily. There can be nothing more pitiful than the struggle the consumptive makes against disease. The greatest help in this struggle is gained by the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis covery. It cures obstinate coughs, weak and bleeding lungs, emaciation, and other ailments whici if neglected or unskillfully treated find a fatal termini tion in consumption. " In 189B one of my daughters was tufferiog on account of a severe cough, hectic fever, wsainj of Beih and other symptoms of diseased lms, writes Rev. Joseph H. Fespermsn. of Earmm Springs, Iredell Co.. N. C. "I promptly gave her Dr. R. V. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery with gratifying success, and she now enjoys escellent health. This being true, I hereby heartily endorse your medicines." Accept no substitute for " Golden Med ical Discovery. " There is nothing "just as good " for diseases of the , stomach, blood fcnd luns. Dr. Piorce's Pleasant Pellets assist tbf aclion td the "Discovery." GoIcg aradruff Some of tha Tammany men do r.ot reem to thlnU that Bird S. Coler is a very strong candidate for governor. "He's a lightweight." said one of these gentlemen. "Why, if Coler was drorped from a twenty-story building tied to - cctton thread he wouldn't be heavy enough to straighten out the kinks." TI19 Elkhart and Nighthawk Mines Will Be Properly Equipped. The Klkhart mine Is again one of the bis possibilities of the Chloride coun try, says the Kingman Miner. Super intendent Guthrie last week received a cable from Glasgow advising him to continue work on the property and rtmantle the dismantleu mill. Being a practical engineer Mr. Guthrie has commenced grading for the mill below the mine and will remove the plant from the apex of the mountain above the shaft house to the new site just eo roon as the grade has been finished. Some modern machinery will be put In the mill and the large ore bodies that have apparently been covered up In the mine will be stoped out. It is said that wherever a shot has been put In the mine ore has been exposed and that it is estimated that there is in 8'ght more than $80,000 net. The ore bodies have practically been untouched and as no practical examination of the property has been made in the Interest of tha company the mine would have been shut down forever or sold off for a nominal sum to the operators of the surrounding mines or mills. Miners who have been at work in the mine re port that It has the largest and great est ore bodies they have seen in years. Shots into the hanging and foot walls have exposed wonderful bodies of al most pure l3ad. This rich lead will be shipped to the smelters In the raw and 'the lower grades will be dressed up in the mill. The new superintendent has gone to work in the right way and will make a mine of the property Inside of six months. A few men are still at work on the tunnel level of the Nighthawk mine. A good body of ore has been cut at the Intersection of the Kip Van Winkle with the Nighthawk and drifting is being done on this ore body. The com oinv is to put men to work at once buildirsr a road down the canyon to connection with the Ark road and when STAN O AR IRON .. 9irt -Kit;-: r-'i, it General Agents for Steam Engines, Boilers, Pumps, Gas and Gasoline Engines. Long distance Phone 57'. Phoenix, Ariz. ure AND HAIR TONIC lr.TJ rWft XITT W HAIR Cures Dandruff, scalp eruptions, Don't accept imitations, they may permanently injure. COKE CREAM FOAM FOR EASY SHAVING. A damp brush is all you need for an instantaneous, lasting lather, Beats any soap so handy too. Collapsilila tube. antiMtptie, clean. If your barber or druuKt doesn't kep C'.ke Cream Foam. Mud 25c tor fall tube to A. 1. Bremer Co., Chicago. FOR SALE BY EtVEY & HULETT, THE LIVE DRUGGISTS. completed machinery for a mill will be hauled in. The bill will be of large ca pacity and will handle all the lower grades of ore taken from the mine and now In the dumps. In the old dumps there are several thousand tons of good grade ore and this will be worked up as soon a3 the mill Is In running order. A device for the handling of the gases in the mine is being arranged and will be put In at once. It will carry all the foul gases from the mine and will en- j able the handling of the gasoline hoist without endangering the lives of the miners. A meeting of the directors of the company will be held In Los An geles In a few days and all arrange ments for the new work will be made and plans for the future outlined. o RAN TEN PEN NT NAIL THROUGH HIS HAND. While opening a box, J. C. Mount of Three Mile Bay. N. Y.. ran a ten penny nail through the fleshy part of his hand. "I thought at once of all the pain and soreness this would cause me," he says, "and immediately 'ap plied Chamberlain's Pain Balm and oc casionally afterwards. To my surprise it removed all pain and soreness and the injured rrts were soon healed." For sale by Elvey & Hulett. druggists. can Copper company of 11 "Broadway, N. Y. Dr. Moechel Is a chemist and metallurgist of the highest standing, both In this country and Europe. The doctor is now visiting the Grand can yon. He stated Just before leaving here that the ore body of the Ircn King was very much larger than he expected to find. In fact he had never seen so large a body of pay ore at the 100-foot level. He predicted that with proper develop ment the Irjn King will become one of the noted gold mines of the world. The Aitieriean Copper company is working a force of thirty men. Work his not stopped on the property, except Sundays, for over two years. The main drift at the 100-foot level Is now over , 740 feet long, all In pay ore. Crosscut I No. 1 Is over l'O feet long and crosscut . No. 2 Is over 180 feet long, all In ore except a few barren ribs. Crosscut No. 3 Is now In over thirty feet, all In solid .ore. Competent and reliable mining 'engineers assert there are over five mil lion dollars worth of ore now blocked out. mi esolyent THE IRON KING Report" Following Recent Examina tion by an Expert. J. Robert Moechel of Kansas City, Mo., has Just finlshtd a two weeks' ex amination of the Iron King gold and PINAL COUNTY MINE3 The Region to Be Penetrated by the Phoenix & Eastern. A. G. Sandburg und Jesse Brown completed the location work on a claim situated In the west branch of Box canyon and the former brought down Saturday a specimen of the ore found. The specimen weighs about 100 pounds and carries gold, copper and silver. They have several carloads of ore of this character on the surface. James McCarthy of the Bryan group was here this week laying In supplies (or his camp. He will move up Mineral creek Monday and make eamp at his gold properties ' near Shady Run, tem porarily. W. F. Snodgrass arrived here from Los Angeles Tuesday and left the next day for Kelvin to look after his gold and copper prospects. He Is also In charge of the Kelvin Copper company's properties which lie on the south side of the river opposite Kelvin. Wagons loaded with coke for the Troy-Manhattan Copper company have been passing through here all week. It Is reported that ten carloads of coke for this company are In transit. This means that the smelter will soon re sume operations. Henry Reynolds, who has been pros pecting In the Mineral Hall district for several months past, discovered a vein of fine lead ore this week. He exhibited to us samples of galena from the vein that would probably assay sixty per cent lead. He has not yet determined the extent of the ore body but will com mence development work at once with a view to ascertaining the real value of his find. Another strike was made on the Henry-Ritsch property this week. Sev eral weeks ago George Westfall and Alex Seors contracted to sink a fifty foot shaft In one o fthe claims of the group. They started the shaft on a small stringer of ore which "pinched" copper mines belonging f- the Ameri- down to a mere seam as sinking pro CUTICURA RESOLV ENT PILLS (Chocolate Coated, 60 doses, 25c), are a new, tasteless, odourless, economical substitute for the celebrated liquid CUTI CURA RESOLVENT, as well as for all other blood purifiers and humour cures. Each pill is equivalent to one teaspoonful of liquid RE SOLVENT. Put up in screw-cap pocket vials, con taining 60 doses, price, 25c. CUTICURA RESOLV ENT PILLS are alterative, antiseptic, tonic, and digest ive, and beyond question the purest, sweetest, most suc cessful and economical blood and skin purifiers, humour cures, and tonic-digestives yet compounded. Coisuplcle Tre&meai $1 Complete external and internal treatment for every humour, consisting of Cuticdra Soap, 25c, to cleanso the skin of crusts and scales, and soften the thickened cut icle; Cuticcka Ointment, 50c. , to in stantly allay itching, inflammation, and irritation, and soothe and heal ; and C un ci" r. a Kesolvrst Pills, 25c, to cool and eleenst) the blood. A Single Set is often suCicicntto cure the most torturing, dU figuriug. itching, burning, ami 6caly kin, scalp, nnd blood humours, eczemas.rafhen, and irritations, with loss of hair, from inXuncy to r.ge, whon all else faite. CrTtcrsA HiHiDirs are told thronphofit tb world. BHUh IXpottjr-2S,CharterhoiitSq.,ljondon. I'raeh brn-u I itod del Pmix, Pari. Pottis DSCO AID Cum. Cozr, Sole Propt Boiton, V. 8. A. be caught and shaft kept dry. As soon as timbers arrive, and they are dally expected, work of cutting the fourth level station will begin. Then a cross cut will be pushed of to the ledge as fast as two shifts of Leyner drills can run same. The second level west drift of Alice rhows quite a large body of low grade carbonate ore and as this Is un der the large Iron body on first level, the Indications are good- for a larga Lady of ore. The Buckeye winze Is down sixty feet and is being crowded by a night and day shift. The or? shows continuously and Improves In richness with depth. The formation Is still limestone hanging and granite foot wall, which Is the best formation for large deposits of copper. They are running the forty-foot level east In solid ore, also blocking out. ore, and getting ready to smelt. Florence Blade o LULLABY OF THE CKLTIC CHILD. THE OLD RELIABLE gressed. But at thirty feet down this seam suddenly expanded and now at a depth of thirty-flve feet the entire shaft Is In ore of good grade. The owners are feeling Jubilant. Sinking In Alice shaft Is now pro gressing nicely. They have gotten through the soft troublesome formation and the shaft is now in limestone. They have passed through the water bearing country and on the next level water can Sleep, little child. Dream, O mine own' Winds may be wild, Thou'rt not alone Mother and sire Watch o'erthy dream: Soft burns the fire; Out of its gleam Back come those eyes Dead long ago. Back come the sighs. Laughter and woe! Round thy small bed Gathers a host, Drawn from the dead. Each a dear ghostl All of thy race Watch o'er thy sleep, Breathe on thy face Benisons deep! Sleep, little child. Dream, O mine own! Winds may be wild, Thou'rt not alone! Victor Parr In Smart Set. THISTLES AND DANDRUFF. An Interesting Parallel and a Valuable Deduction Therefrom. Cutting down thistles no more re lieves the land cf thistles than does scouring the scalp cure dandruff. In each case permanent relief can only come from eradicating the cause. A germ that plows up the scalp In search ing fcr the hair root, where It saps the vitality, causes dandruff, falling hnir, and baldness. 1 you kill that term, you'll have no dandruff, but a luxuriant suit of hair. Newbro's Her picide is the only hair preparation In the world that cures dandruff, falling hair and baldness by killing the germ. "Destroy the cause, you remove the effect." o BURIED ON HORSEBACK. mm Absolutely Puro THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE grave was dug and In It the warrior was burled, seated upright on his hors. For centuries reflections were cast upon the accuracy of this tradition, but -t few years ago while excavations for new graves were being made close by the reputed burial place of Lord Dacr-.-the pick of a digger struck Into a great bone and upon further search binr made the skull cf a big horse wa brought to the surface. As this wa found almost at the very spot undr which the body of Lord Dacre was said to lie It wa3 accepted as conflrmatlo i of the tradition, particularly as th skull was found to be standing verti cally In the soil. Th skull was re placed carefully In its original posltlo t end the excavation filled up. Miss Mattie McClave. who has taught In Indiana schools for forty-five suc cessive years, and has among her res ent pupils grandchildren cf some of those she taught In her youth. Is about to resign and give up the work. o It doesn't seem necessary for a glil to take more than a dozen lessons be fore she announces hf rself an authority on the pronunciation of Wagner. Hay den, etc. Lord Dacre, who died fighting for the Lancastrians at Towton, England, In 1416, directed that if he were killed In the battle his favorite war horse should be buried In the same grave with him. : According to his wishes, when his In terment took place In a Saxon church-j yard after the battle a tremendous PHOENIX FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS Machinery, StippiUs, Castings, Repairs, Etc, Etc 25 to 33 North Scoad St. 3 yw'Kci 7rTTT7 New Chairs, Mew Rockers, New Grass Furniture, New Wicker Goods, New Tables, New iron Beds, Etc. Just the things you have been waiting to see. Come early and get your choice. There will be a' car about every ten days from now till the holidays, pro vided we can get the goods. The Eastern factories are unable to fill orders promptly, and this makes it very uncertain as to the exact date of shipment. Therefore, it behooves you to buy early and make sure. IRON BEDS $4.50 We have them In all sizes, styles and colors. 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