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THE AHIZONA REPUBLICAN: TUES DAT" -MORNING, OCTOBEI? 28, 1902.
3 s . ... -isad O CD g fl 3 f CD ' " t Mines arid-Minerals 1 cf Arizona CRilG XINING DISTRICT A Section in Yavapai County That Is Ccming to the Front. The Daily Mining Recoi .: - i- i f-.-lowing ti say of the Oai; .'wni.t which is situated twelve ii:.l ' :;'i KirklanJ, on the Far.ta I'e, ) ; - c 'U & Phoenix railroad, in u south.-. i-d . i direction, in easy communication ",ii.: the financial and mining world, wit:, daily mail and splendid wagon rt-rf'l,f. In the midst of one ol th richest g '. 1 and copper belts in the territory an I located in the Walnut Grove mining district, in Yavapnl county. The Peoria group of gold mines are situated about' or.e and a half miles westerly from Craig, and consist of four claims known as the Cactus. An gora, Yirginius and Peoria. The:-e claims have considerable work done. A three tj four foot vein runs through the entire group and shows strong on the surface. The formation Is por phyry and slate. On the Peoria th"re are several shafts the deepest of which is 4.r feet. This shaft, which is on one of the many stringers, assays from $60 to $.?SG. in fact, stringers cut the form taion' about every eight to ten feet. The Virginius is in the i:a me formation whichpredominates in this section, and Is opened up with open cut" and shafts as is also the Angora and Cactus, anl shows relatively about the same val- Ufs. This property is owned ami con trolled by Ira A. Moore. Adjoinlngthe Virginius. southwester ly, is the patented claim Big Rebel, be longing to A. W. Callen 01d Grizzly). This claim has considerable work done upon it and shows stiong values. North, and adjoining the Pig Rebel, is the High Five claim, belonging to Waterman Bios., which shows rome of the richest ore in the district, .assay ing from this 40 foot shaft p.s high as $104. S. M. Waterman Is now araster lng ore from this claim. East of and adjoining the High Five is the celebrated Iter! Buck mine, in which A. A. Morse is part owner. It is a well known fact that the richest ore ever found in the territory came from this property, and today one can go on the old dumps and obtain sack after sack of the second c1uh ore that will assay at least $20. There has been con siderable work done on this claim. The main shaft is down some 130 feet and a crosscut run about 40 feet. The vein averages about ten inches from top to bottom. The Han Hazard adjoins the High Five and Red Buck on the north. From this property the owner, Ira H. Moore, has just completed a run through his arastra on ore that assayed from $80 to $112. He la drifting on the vein and preparing t3 haul his ore to the Kirk land mill, and he can thus bitter Pave hi concentrates. He has about SO feet of work done. TheSalem '.ies west of the Angus and Cactus claims and is one of the Quick Gold Mining company's claims. From this property much rich ore has bven taken . out. K. Johnson, one of the stockholders and resident managers, hopes to commence active operations shortly. He is going to have a mill U?t on a few tons of ore to ascertain exactly where the values -are ' as he cannot save a fail proportion in his arrasha test. The Hassayampa Gold Dredging company, who now control some 1.300 acres on the Hassayampa river, expect to have their machinery on the1 ground shortly. Everything is proceeding v?ry satisfactorily and the comapny expect ami not without justification, large re turns on their investment. The presi dent Is now in Los Angeles, where he will meet the California and New York direc tors for a conference.as to the b--st machinery, etc. The company has opened offices in New York and Pitts burg. The rccretary of the company. George B. Scammell, is looking atter their interests on the ground. o GILA C0TJSTY MINIS Something About the New Properties j Undor Eevevopment. m July of this year, T. C. Archer, M. 11., of Prescott, arrived in Globe one evening and at the end of two days had control of twenty-four claims, all contiguous, and what Mr. Archer con siders to be the best undeveloped prop el ty In this district, says the Globe Sil ver Belt. Mr. A. E. Wiley, a good Judge of mining property, was directly Instrumental in getting together these claims into a solid group. We consider,-from our past experi ence of the camp, that this group of mines is dertined to do more for the maintenance of Globe than anything heretofore operated. Mr. Archer has had r.o trouble in raising, in New York, half a million dollars with which to develop thes? splendid properties, and affer thev pre I developed, to raise as much more a3 he needs for whatever equipment he may deem necesrary to make of the property a first-class producer. Whilj r.ot having been advi?ed by the gentle man himself, we will venture to say that we may expect mining of a high order to be done uron this property. I The incorporation of which Mr. Ar cher is president and general manager, and which has been organized for the especial purpose of working these ( mines. Is known as the A. 15. Copper company of Arizona, and not one share of stock is for sale. Development work will commence upon this property In a small way Oc tober 26, and permanent development will begin about the middle of Decem ber o" this year. I A. C. Sleboth, ,vho is developing a I group of copper claims at the Mineral and Pinto creek summit, has resumed active work and will soon have the usual force employed. Charles H. Hill is organizing a com pany to erect a stamp mill at Payson to treat custom ores. There are many small gold mines In the Green Valley mining district which together could supply a fine stamp mill with ore, and yield handsome returns. A. C. Sieboth, superintendent of the Lake Superior & Calumet Mining com pany", developing a rich Jiroperty on Queen creek, extended mention of As Old Age Creepo On Men and Women Can Keep Themselves Hale, Vigorous and Happy by Using PAINE'S CELIRY COMPOUND. Tli-.' human system in old age mu?t have a suticier.t store of nervous ener gy, and rich .nourishing blood, so that the liver and kidneys may be kept in perfect action, rnd the body free from pain. Paine's Celery Compound Is the irue invigorator when old age creeps i n and the vital 'powers commence to fail. Paine's Celery Compound giv:s the needed stimulus to digestion and ."-slmilation that the system requires; m iintains a regular supply ol pure '. ' 1. and removes such troubles as r!: 'L.matism, neuralgia, nervous weak i .-ss, heart palpitation, liver complaint :nd digestive disturbances, that make the lives of old people miserable. Itev. John like, Scotch Grove, Icvva, says: VMy wife and I have used two bot tles of Paine's Celery Compound with great advantage to our general health. It curel her rheumatism and proved a good legulator of the system in gen eral and a tonic for the nerves. In my own ense I have fcJnd it a cure for kidney trouble arising from old oge. as T am now in my 7."th year. In thig trouble it has given mo almost instant relief." JlLlULim3U Do not throw away old clothes. Make them look like new with DIAMOND DYES Direction book and 45 dyed samples free. DIAMOND O'fS. Rarlina'AM, VU i.,...jl.,HI..I.U.J.jmll I. H J Backache? Miss Lillian Ramsey, Denver, Colo t Says She Was Permanently Cured By Warner's Safe Cure, a Trial Bottle of Which Will Be Sent Absolutely Free Postpaid " to Every Reader of this Paper MHRNER'S SSFE CURE If you have-pains in the back, rheuma tism, uric acid poison, rheumaiic gout diabetes, F.risjht's disease. Inflammation of the bladder and urinary organs, scald ing pains when you urinate, eczema, jaundice, swelling "or torpid liver; if a woman, a bearing-down sensation, faint ing mx-lls, so-cailed female weaknts. painful periods, your kidneys are diseas ed. You should lose t.o time in peii'ltnir for a free trial bottle of Warner's Safe Cure, as a special arrangement has been made with the publisher of this paper so that Its readers may have a free trial of this wonderful kidnev cure abxolutely fret-. If you do not wisli to wait for the free trial tfpt a Sif. bottle at your drug gist's. It will relieve you at onci- and ef fect a permanent cure. It kills all dis ease germs. If the-kidneys lecoiiie diseased and me unable to do their work properly, the liv er becomes affected, then the bladder, the urinary organs, the blood and the stom ach. The blood le omes Impoverished, the urine becomes muddy, and will huvo a brickdust sediment, the liver becomen more torpid and pains in the back nr.' almost constant as the system becomes prcgnated with the oisennc, the stomat'ii is rendered unable to dic-est tlii; fool properly, the result is a general break down with fatal results. This state of affairs could be avo'd d if every one w:is ceieful to test their urine as soon ns they felt the first back ache. MAKK THIS TEST: Put some morning urine in a glass or bottle, let it stand for twenty-four hours If then It is milky or cloudy or contains a reddish brickdust sediment, or if par'icles or irerms lloal about in it, your kidneys are diseased. Made Her a Well Woman. "J wp.s all run down, had no apietUe, wa.s troubled with indigestion, pains in my back and suffered untold misery dur ing my monthly periods until I used Warner's S ite Cure. Thanks to it I am now us stronsc and healthy as any wom an could be. My mother suflered for ov er two years with what our doctors cull ed 'weakness peculiar to women.' Kh3 had severe pains i;i her back and her head ached almost constantly; in fact, she was mi invalid until the doctor pie scrlbcd Werner's Safe Cure. Three bot tles made a permanent cure. She has to more of her old troubles and enjoys per fect health. All her complications were caused by diseases of the kidneys. Hud my mother taken Wai ner s Safe Cure in the lirst place, instead of a lot of so-called cures lor temple weakness, she woul 1 have been saved a great deal of sulTering. We will never be without a bottle of Kidney Disease WARNER'S PA PR CT'RK is purely vegetable and contains no harmful drills. It is free from sediment and pleaFant to take. (Meware of so-called kidney cures which are full of sediment and of bad odor thev are positively harmful and do not cure.) It does not constipate, it Is p. most valuable and effective tor.ic, it is a sfimvlant to digestion ami awaken the torpid liver. It repairs the tissues, soothes inflammation and irritation. slni"lates the enteel ed organs and heals at the same time. It builds nn the body: gives it strength, ami restores energy. You can buv Warner's Safe Cure at anv drug store or direct. Tti OK NTS AND $1 A HOTTLK. KKKl SK Pl'LSTITUTES. There 's is none Just as good" as Warnrr's Safe Cure. It has cured all forms of kidrcy disease for thirty years. It is prescribed by all doctors and used In the leading hospitals as the onK absolute cure for all forms of disease of kidney, liver, bladder and blood. TRIAL BOTTLE FREE. To convince every sufferer from d'seases of the kidneys, liver, bladder and blood that Warner's Safe Cure will cure them, p trial bottl will be sent absolutely free, postpaid. Also a valuable medical booklet which tells all about the dis eases of the Kidneys. Liver and r.ladder.witn a prescription for each disease, and many of thousands of testimonials receiv ed daily from grateful patients who have been cured bv Warner's Safe Cure. All you have to do is to write Warner's Saf Cure Company, of Rochester, N. Y., and mention haxinsr read this Iiln-ral offer in this paper. The genuineness of thi3 offer is fully guaranteed by the publisher. which was made in our last issue. In forms us that the c ompressor and Ley r.er drills to be used at the mine, are due to arrive at Casa Grande today. As soon as the machinery has been install ed, the force of miners will be consid erably increased. Development work has been resumed on the Mallory mine, the property of the Globe-Boston Copper Mining com pany. Superintendent George S. An drus has a small force employed ex tending the 200 foot level, and John Glasson who secured the contract to 'nk the shaft r."0 feet further, to a depth of 450 feet, has the work well started. John Whelan is interested with Glasson In the contrac t. The en tire force at the Mallory numbers about twenty men. o HE GOOD-IT PAYS. A Chicago man nns observed that "Good deeds are belter than real estate deeds some of the latter are worth less. Act kindly and gently, show sym pathy and lend a helping hand. You cannot possibly lose by it." Most men pppreciate a kind word and encourage ment rr.ore than substantial help. There are persons in this community who might truthfully scy: "My good friend, cheer up. A few deses of Chamber lain's Cough Remedy will rid you of your cold, and there is no danger what ever from pneumonia when you use that medicine. It always cures. I know it for it has helped me out many a time." Sold by Klvey Hulett. dru&gists. THE CHECKS CAME HACK. It wi'.l be remembered that some weeks ago a fruit store on Railroad av enue was burglarized and a considera ble sum of money stolen. Anvjng c-ther things taken were a number of check. Monday morning when Postmaster White opened the box which receive the letters at the outside drop he found a small tobacco bag. On opening this bag he found several check-. Mr. White showed them to Cashier Ellis ot the Rank of Douglas, who recognized them from the descriotion given him as th? checks which hd been stol" from the fruit store. This would indi cate that the thief is still in town, and also that he did not have the nerve to try and pass them and chose this meth od of getting them back into the hands of the owner. Douglas International. o Feel co'i-l shivernigs. aching In the bones, lack of energy, headache and great depression? These symptoms mnv be followed by violent headache, high "ever, extreme nervousness, a condition known as rnalarla. Herbine cures it. Take it before the disease gets a fair hold, though it wlil work a cure in anv stage. J. A. Hopkins, Man chester. Kan., writes: "I have used vmir great medicine. Herbine. for sev eral years. There Is nrthing better for ""plnri. chills and fever, headache, biliousness, and for a blood purifying tonic there Is nothing tis good." 50c at Elvey,& Hulett's, druggists. fs Your President of the Denver Quincy Club, of CONCERNING WOMEN FARMERS. The Farmers' National congress con gresseJ at Macon. Ga., last week anil pondered matters and passed resolu tions of great pith and moment. Of all the sincere milk of rural and worldly wisdom there on tap, we select that of the Hon. John G. Stahl, secretary of the congress. He deplored, in the good old fashion, the tendency of the coun try boy tu pre'er evening dress to over alls, the automobile to the plow, the city to the. country. We can't blame boys. The man in cities pent has bu colic dreams: the country dreams of the town: so runs the world away and so the stream of population is kept fresh. Everybody wants to be what he isn't: and, after all, the zeal with which the townsman, grown rich, pours his money into the soil, may bj ex pected as some compensation for the trooping ' the farmers' sons into town. In n way. the whole country grows ur ban, but there will always be farms enough. The city folks have to have them: r.nd the city turns to farming as eagerly as tome cf the young farmers turn their backs on it. The cream of Mr. Stahl's remarks re lates to a different and more gracious breed stgriculturists. "Tlv future," he is sore, "will re many women farmers. '" It is fashionable for girls to be athletic and sunburned. Why may it not ludinv the fashion for them to be farmers? Hoar the plausible sec retary: "Very much of fiarr.ewoik is no more tiring on the musc les than operating a typewriter; it in 'much less wearing on the nervous syst'ii:. and it is certainly much more healthf ul. Woman has taken man's place to a large extent in the schoolroom, the ttore. the office and even the vulpit and the courts. Why rot cm the farm? The past harv est quite a number of women worked in the fields and likd It. There are 'oir.e very sincess'ul women farmers. The farmer may. indeed, much prefer "eeing his daughter helping ' him in the field, operating the mower or the harvester or hay rake or corn planter than tempting fate amid the artificial, mw hclesome and dangerous conditions of the city." A new race of Faithful Shepherdesses -nay spring up and the glories of the jastoral romance0, Spanish, Italian md Arcadian, iray bo revived. And by the side of or in competition with the courtly and luxurious ruralists with their hooped petticoats and diamond studded crooks, a set of sovereign solid 3gilcultural divinities may arise, the tltar-eyed business women making a buriness of farming. Man Is pretty we'.l dethroned already. There is not much of him left except pretences. The wemen are driving him out, and some "t?rn feminine economists even advise that he be exterminated. ' We hope the movement will net go so far as that, at !eat in our time, but the rascal will be taught to know his place and he is coming to know that' the quiet but re lentless women will leave mighty lew Kidneys Warner's Safe Cure in the house, and If every poor, suffering woman knew the merits of Warner's Safe Cure she rnlgh. be restored to perfect health." MISS LILLIAN KA.MSKY, President of the Denver Quincy Club, Denver, Cclo. Thousands, both men and women, have kidney disease and do not know it. It Is hereditary. If any of your family In this or past generations have been troubled with kidnev disease of any form, you cannot he too careful. You should make a test of your kidneys at once and satis fy yourself " to their condition. Howard Avenue, New Orleans, La., Aug ust in, l:;?. GKNTLK.MHN: l ast spring my healh broke down under continual meMul strain. Por several nights 1 was unable to sleep and my nerves were completely unsl rung. The doctor told me that my trouble came from a diseased condition of my kidneys. He prescriltod Warner's Safe Cure, and 1 am happy to say it woiked wonders for me. It healed my kidneys so that they were able to do their work and my general health was restored speedily. 1 enjoy refreshing sleep, arid am now as stronrr anil vigor ous, physically and mentally, as 1 ever was In my life. Warner's Safe Cur Is worth ten times its cost, and I would not be without it in the house for anvthing. r. McCarthy, jr.. Vice-President and Director of the Plant ers' Club Thousands of such letters as Mr. Mc Carthy's and Miss Ramsey's are receive 1 daily from grateful patients who have been permanently cured by Warner's Safe Cure. Warner's Safe Pills Move the Bowels Gently And Aid a Speedy Cure. places for him by the time they have done with him. If they set their hearts to farming, they will be good farmers: and as they are more intelligent than the man. the latter will be allowed to Co the hard work on the farm. We may be permitted to doubt If hoeing pota toes is an easier job than playing the typewriter, but the women folks will uit themselves. There is one consoling reflection to be made: If the girls "gravitate" tow ard the country, the men will "gravi tate" thither also. Men cannot live in cities by themselver: and those unfor tunate spots may become altogether depopulated when the women have tak en up farming. New York Sun. o Willie's mother "It's terrible the way you wear out your shoes. You keep me pcor buying new ones." Wil lie "You ought to be glad I ain't a centipede." IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW What a Heap of Happiness It Would Bring to Phoenix Homes. H;;rd to do housework wilh an ach in;r back. Hours of misery at leisure cr at woik. If women only knew the cause. I.ackache pains come from sick kidneys. 3oar.'s Kidney Iills will stop them. Pbceiilx people endorse this: Mrs. F. Maldonado, wife of F. Mal donacio. employed in the S. P. It. R. theps. residence 341 North Main street, Tut sen. Ariz., says: "About a ye;tr ago I first noticed kidney complaint, and since then at different times the aching has been almost constant. It was Just across the small of the back, and when not suffering from severe twinges the stiffness and soreness were so evident that I could scarcely get up or down from a chair. In addition to the backache there were headaches and dizziness and sleeplessness at night which caused .a tired and depressing feeling the following day. I saw Doan's Kidney Pills so highly recommended when the last attack was in the acute stage that I went to Geo..Martin's drug store on Congress street for a box. It astonished me hew quickly they helped. A continuation of the treatment stopped the aching, removed the sore ness and radically dispesed of other indications of either weakened or over excited kidneys." Just, such emphatic endorsement can be had right Tiere In Phoenix. Drop into The Rrisley Drug Co.'s drug store and atk what their customers re port. For sale by all dealers. Price fiO cents per box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no oJ-ir. HK TOOK THEM HOWE. A man who lives in Oak Park and whose position keeps him downtown until after midnight ' was walking briskly toward his home one morning after leaving his car. It was nearly '2 o'clock and the streets were deserted save for himself and two men v w ho were approaching him. The nightworker had visions of a holdup, but ::s he met the men under a street lamp he saw that they were of rural appearance and apparently honest. They stopped directly In front of him. "Say." said one, "excuse me, but tlo you live in this town?" "Yes," was the re;,'.y. "Married"."" "Yes." "Live in your own house?" "Say," said the Oak Parker, "I don't want to seem abrupt or anything like that, but would mind telling me what business it is of yours where I live or whether 1 am married or not." The men raised their hands depre- catingly. 'We didn't mean any offense. You see, we're ministers and we've been at tending the Rock River conference. This is our first clay here and we have n't found any place to stay. We've been walking the streets forhours look ing for a hotel, but we can't find one. We thc.ught you might take us up to your house and let us sleep. H;Me are our credentials. You can see w arn Hint we claim to bo." The night woiker gazed at them for a moment. Then he laughed. "You win," h said. "Come right along with me." Chicayo Chronicle. i i . NEW STORY OF SENATOR HOAR. Not long since a venerable and dis tinguished looking gentlcfnan entered the office of a railroad passenger agent in Roston and inquired in a kindly, drawing and deliberate voice: "Is the general agent in?" The office boy woke up. and started to find out and returned with the pert information. "He is out: will any one else do?" which sounded like a new phrase in telephone phonography as a lelief from "The line is busy; please ring off." "That is unfortunate," continued the distinguished luoking man, wiping his brow. "Perhaps you could direct me to the proper source of Information," he continued, with stately New England politeness. "No'p; no one gives passes 'c opt the boss," volunteered the young oracle, going on with his "Jack the Ripper" novel. Just then one of the clerks recognized in the courtly stranger a striking re semblance to a famous United States senator, and stepped forward inquiring if there was any word to leave. "Well, I desired to ascertain who is responsible for the dining car collec tion. Inadvertently I left the train at Worcester without paying my bill. Now, some one had to pay it, and I war.t to reimburse the right party or the company. It is $1 for a regular meal, I believe." Down into both side pockets he dove for the fac ts. "I htve t!i? date, time and place of Twice as Big and Better than Ever NORRIS & ROWE'S BIG SHOWS The One Great Tented Amusement Enterprise That Fulfills Every Promise. 500 PERFORMING ANIMALS 500 Will Exhibit in Phoenix at the corner of Fifth and Washington Sts THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30 FARft&tSARSO COCO Ttg rtiw MAWrBS. 10 NOVEL SHOWS UNITED 10 Prices: Adults, 50c; Children 25c. 118 NORTH CENTER STREET iViotiri && Undertakers MRS. If. S. DAUSO. lady Attestant If You Want a. GOOD DINNER GO TOM CO., Proprietors. 25-27 Xorth STANDARD IRON WORKS General Agents for Steam Engines, Boilers, Pumps, Gas and Gasoline MA Engines. Jig&jZSisJ Phoenix. Ariz. 5j5iEf THE OLD RELIABLE 9 1 V Fife Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE: the train, where r.nd when the p.eal was partaken: could you " "Isn't this Senator Hoar? I think It is all light." broke in the hi.-f clerk. "No. it Is not all right: I must pay that dollar to whoever paid for thit meal." There was a diligent search am.r.R the records in various department", and Senator Hoar sp"rt the tire. scorc hing the railroad words, and fin ally discovered the man who had pi.l for the meal and reimbursed litni. with the c onsc iousness of having performs I a duty as important as a million-dollar appropriation National Magazine. MOTHERS Yho would keep their children In good health should watch for the first symp toms cf worms, and remove them with White's Cream Vermifuge. It is th children's best tor.ic. It gets digestion at work, so that their food does them good, and they grow up healthy and strong. 2ic at Elvey & Hulett's, drug gists. AUTUMN GROW. If this the preface be cf Death. In crimson", green and g.ld. What wondrous art illumineth The story still untold? John R. Tabb in the Independent PHOENIX FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS Machinery, Supplies, Costing, Repairs, Etc, Etc 25 to 33 North Second St. Mt.Lum.uam A H fm .i j m em Performing Animals 2 and 3 P. M. Trained Elephants. Educated Camels. Trained Zebras. Performing Lions. Educated SeaU and Sea Lions. Trained Dogs and, Tonies. 30 FUNNY CLOWNS 30 See the Dig Spec tacular Fre Street Parade. 11 a. in. Koyul Roman Hippodrome. Millionaire Midget Menagerie. TELEPHONE 791 Dorris and Embalmers the ENGLISH KITCHEN TO RESTAURANT First street. i In Mwh