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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1902.
3 B H STEIN WAY ....PIANOS If the Steinwf y Piano costs at the fae-tor a third to a half more than any of the oiher half doEen high grade pianos claiming to be in the Steinway cass, what should you pay for th nxt best piano, when yoii ran buy a Steinway Upright for $575 or a Steinway Grand for $850? And the difference In price is net for name and reputation, at many dealeis ou'd have you be'ieve. hut for actual time, labor and matt-rial. 0 GEO J. BIRKEL & CO. Sole agents fo 6teinway P'Hnos in Southern alifornia an Aiizona. Uor.espondeme solicited. 345-347 S. Spring St. LOS ANGELES. Branch Store at San Diego. frs..;. ! ; ;. ;. ; .t. ,t.M. .5. Mines and Minerals X f Arizona M-- ; .MMMM-f THE ARIZONA MINER New Journal Published in New York by Geo. E. Sanders. Volume 1, No. 1, of the Arizona Miner has been received and is a pub lication that ought to be of great ben efit to Arizona. Though its purpose is clearly that of interesting capital in mines, it follows that the prosperity of the mining business means the pros perity of all other lines. The paier is published at Numbers 1! and 21 I'ark Row, New York, by George E. Sanders, special repre sentative of the Oro Grand Mines company. Mr. S.-n'.crs is of course mainly ir.t-i-st-.i i.t timing the stock of that iMp:i . ii ul in the equip ment of L'.itt 'Vmo'is nil wonderful mine with bit; reduction plant. But he recognize-, as aii broad minded and successful n.ir.ing men do, that there is more than on? good thing in Ari zona, and in order t- publish a re-il mining paper he announces that the policy of the Miner will be that of "Calling attention of the investing pub lic to properties in Arizona with un questionable merit and value wherever they may be located." The editor fur ther says: "In issuing this paper from New York instead of Arizona we feel that the most good can be done, as we recognize the eastern states as the source of capital to develop our mines, and Arizona as the greatest future source of mineral wealth. Considerable space in this first Issue is devoted to the Oro Grande and plain business statements are made by the representative of the company. A large number of clippings from other papers, both here and in the east and west, are reproduced to show that th3 claims of the company are not based upon their own hopes but upon existing facts as observed by many writers, en gineers and experts having no personal financial interest in the enterprise of the Oro Grande Mines company. There are several Interesting articles on other mines and the mining business in gen eral and in later issues many morjitnaj be expected. In helping each other mining men help themselves and th? Miner perceives that it is good business to help the other fellow. The subscrip tion price cf the paper is fifty cents a year and- It is issued monthly. How ever in order to gain a good circulation as quickly as possible the publisher announces that he will send It free for a time to those who will ask for it and agree to read it. o MINING NOTES. M. S. Taft came in yesterday from the Bonnie group with some very fine ore from that property. There Is four feet of solid ore which gives an assay value of J30 per ton gold, $S sliver and eight per- cent copper. Preparations are being made to ship the ore to the Val Verde smelter for treatment. The Bannle has every indication of becom- MISS FAY LEE, President of the Shakespearian Club, Kansas City. life. MUt Taji Lee. ' Your booklet came to mv home like a message of health when I hii suffered with headache, backache and bearing-down pains. I wa weak, nervous and hysterical and had not consulted any doctor, thinking' it would pass away in time, but instead I found that the pains increased and were more frequent. I de cided to try "Wine of Cardui and in a short time was much improved. It seemed to act like a charm. I kept up the treatment and the result was most satisfactory. "Words fail to ex press my gratitude for the suffering that is now saved me. I am ia fine health, physically and mentally. I can only say thank you', but there is much more ia my heart for you," . . JT"1EARING-D0WN pains are the I I wors na voraen know. If I U you are suffering from this trou ble you need not be uncertain about it. The pains in the abdomen and back- that feel as if heavyweights were pulling down on the nerve3 of the stomach are "bearing-down pains". They may not be particularly severe at present but they are growing worse. That headache which nearly drives you distracted now is caused by the terrible WINE of CARD 1 Ing the banner precious metil pro ducer of Arizona. Prescott Courier. fi. W. Wolfe, who formerly worked for n. II. Burmlster & Rons Co., in this city, has returned to Prescott, after a six months tour of the mining districts of southern Arizona and northern Mex ico. Mr. Wolfe is a native Arizona Miner, having been born in Fort Apache in 1879. He owns several Groups of promising- quartz prospects in various portions of this county. Some of the claims are located in Blgbug dis trict, some on Turkey creek, and som on Kill Williams Fork. He has one of his Bigbug properties bonded for $1,400 and has given an eptlon on another group for $5,000. He is now preparing to do assessment work on a claim which is developed by a CO foot shaft, ore from which carries $46 a ton gold and copper. Prescott Courier. Andy Lancer, a well known Yavapain, has opened a general merchandise store at the French Lily mine below Mayer, the progress of that secticn of late being so manifest In mining as to war rant a ready supply house. Thus are the remote sections of old coining to the front as the country is being open ed up. The railroad to the Eradshaws Is having a wonderful effect In stimu lating trade and travel along that sec tion. Journal-Miner. EXCITEMENT IN BIS BEE A Small Fire in an Old Stope of the Copper Queen. Some excitement was created late Tuesday night by the announcement that No. 40 stope in the Spray mine be longing to the Copper Queen Co. was on fire, says the Bisbee Review. Su perintendent Clawson was called and upon investigation it was discovered that an old gob about 40x30, which hail long been filled up with cheap sulphide ore, was smoldering and smoke was is suing therefrom. About 8:30 men working in that part of the mine, de tected sulphur fumes and gave the alarm. Water was at once turned on the smoldering fire and last night Su perintendent Clawson reported the fire was under absolute control. The fire started from spontaneous combustion caused by the sulphide ores. For the past seven months the stope has been gradually growing warmer and the fire was not entirely unexpect ed. While the mere statement that the mine was on fire caused some excite ment, the mine officials at once saw there was no cause for alarm. Water was brought into the stope in barrels and the progress of the fire checked until water could be piped In from the Spray shaft. A crew of pipe fitters were at work all Tuesday night until Wednesday morning about 10 o'clock, when all the connections were- made and the stope was flooded with the re sult that the fire was completely ex tinguished. The damage to the timbers was very slight. The largest expense attaching to the accident was the laying of 1.0' 0 feet of pipe. n THE EiSTER SUNDAY A Gold Producer That Helps Pusiutss in Bisbee. The Easter Sunday gold mine gives promise of becoming at an early date one of the big things in the Bisbee dis trict. The Bisbee Review says of It: Tb Easter Sunday is coming up grandly. Mr. Jones, who has been on the road for Spruance, Stanley & Co., was In Bisbee yesterday, and will be here today on his return from Douglas. Some fifteen months ago he was Induc ed to Invest in a thousand shares o5 Easter Sunday at 10c per share. lie Is now offered $1.00 per share for his stock anel doesn't care about parting with it. This Is the pleasant result of enterprising judgment. It is most gratifying to observe, that the gentle men who pinned their faith to thin golel prospect years ago are now reap ing their reward In big armfuls. Mr. Jones says he just fell into it like a toad Into a port hole and now he doesn't want out. Conductor Richard Brown is presi dent and Mr. Wallace, the popular real estate man, secretary of the company, while practically all the oiiginal own ers and promotors are old reliable bus iness men in Bisbee. While everybody else were going daft on copper and de claring that there wasn't and couldn't be a gold mine in the district, the old boys Etole a. march on Dame Fortune and got In on the ground floor. The crowning beauty about Easter Sunday is the fact that she is a producer and a dividender, and her stock la some thing to be sought after. Ed West and another gentlemen are the fortun ate lessees of the Easter Sunday at the present time. They have an eighteen nervous tension. The nerves soon begin to give way under the strain, louperhaps jump at any unusual disturbance, or laugh or weep, hysteri cally, at no apparent cause. That is what Miss Fay Lee, 603i North Seventh Street, Kansas City, Kansas, was coming to when she rescued herself by takins? Wine of Cardui. The AY ine made her a stroncr, healthy woman again, as it has made a million other women strong and healthy. By induc ing regular menstruation the entire system is relieved of the terrible wasting drains. The ligaments which hold the womb in place are strengthened by a healthy flow and that organ is returned to its normal position. Returning health is the result. This is what Wine of Cardui has done for thousands of the best women in America. If you need advice write The Ladies' Advisory Department, The Chatta nooga Medicine Company, Chattanooga, Tenn., describing all your symptoms freely, and a letter of advice will be sent you. Secure a $1 .00 bottle of Wine of Cardui from, your 'druggist to-day. VI A million sufTerinnj women have found relief in Wine of Cardui. Lame Back? It's Kidney Trouble! Vice-Commodore Adam Freudensteia, G. A. 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A few bogles did more for me than all the doctcr-i and medicines previously tried: It has permanently cured cured me. 1 now feel strong and wt 11, anil though at an advanced age can enjoy life, thanks to this medkino. 0 S nior Vic Com., if Thousands of Men and Women Have Kidney Disease and Do Not Know It Until It Has Developed Into Bladder Trouble, Rheumatism, Diabetes or Bright's Disease. 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You should take Safe Cure to arrest all these? unnatural conditions and prevent serious complications. If, after you have made this test, you have any doubt in your mind as to the development of the disease in your system, send "a sample of your urine to Med. Dent., Warner's Safe Cure Co., Rochester. N. Y., and our doc tors will analyze it and send you a report with advice free. Women may write with perfect freedom, as all letters from women are read and answered by a woman doctor. All correspondence strictly confidential. Cures All Kidney Diseases. The free trial bottle has cured many lisrht cases which were discov ered in the early stages by the simple tet. Safe Cure purities and strengthens the kidneys and enables them to To their work; it will cure rheumatism, Bright's disease, uric acid poison, gall stone, inflammation of the bladder and urlnarv "orrtans " and female weakness, and restore the patient s health and vigor. Safe Cure is purely vegetable and contains no narcotic or harmful drucs: it is free from sediment and is pleasant to t:1.: v'm"?,-L ?n1 effective tonic: it kdls the disease germs. ARMCR S PAKE BILLS move tho bowels tently and aid a sunnily cure You can buy Safe Cure at any drug store. Two regular sizes. .".0c and $l.i"a bottle REKI'SE SCBSTITT'TES There is none - just as pood' as Warner's Safe Cum. t Is prescribed and used bv doctors and in the hading hospitals as (he only absolute cure for all forms of diseases of the kidne", liver, bladder and blood Beware of so-called kidney cures full of sediment and of bad odor they not only do not cure, but are .positively harmful. . SAMPLE BOTTLE "SAFE CURE" FREE. To conxinee every sufferer from diseases of the kidneys, liver, bladder and blood that Warni.r's Safe Cure will cure them, a samtde bottle will be sent absolutely free, postpaid. Also a symptom blank and a VEdmble medical booklet whieh tells all about the diseases of the kidneyg. liver and bladder, with a nr-srription for eaeh disuse, and raanv of the tnousands of testimonials received ilailv from grateful patients who have b-en cured bv Safe ure. The genuineness of this off'-r is fully guaranteed by the nublisher. All you have to do is write WTikt'h Safe" Cure Companv, Rochester, .N. Y., and mention having read this liberal offer in the Arizona Republican. months' lease. One-third of which has expired. Before their lease shall have expired they will doubtless be in shape to buy lots of mines whose owners would not have traded with the Easter Sunday people a few years ago. They are shipping their ore to the Copper Queen smelter, where on account of the great amount of silicate it carries it Is crushed, and used for converter lining. It is, assayed and the company accounts to the lessees for the gold according to the assay. In the mean time of course, the gold goes into the copper bullion and is recovered by the company in the refinery. The company cannot use the Easter Sunday ore when sorted down fine, preferring that it should run about IVz ounces to the ton. In many cases the ore as taken out runs so high that it is necessary to aeid silicate to bring it down to the necessary standard and render it available for the Copper Queen smelter. The property consists of four full cl-iims, about five miles from Bisbee with a good road all the way. The deepest workings are about 300 feet, and there Is a 340-foot tunnel connect ing with the bottom of an incline shaft. At the present tims there are about twenty men employed at the Easter Sunday. The lessees are thor ough mining men and are living faith fully up to the clause in their lease which requires them to work and devel op the property in a manner calculated to Improve it and leave in in vastly better shape than that in which they found it.. There is no gouging or coy oting on this property but straight forward, legitimate operations distin guish every . shaft, tunnel, drift and stope. Quite a settlement Is springing up around Easter Sunday. The accom modations include a good boarding house. OCCIDENTAL VS PERRIS Whites Outclassed Again in the Great Game of Football. Los Angeles, Calif., Novemberll. (Special Correspondence 'of The lle publican.) Saturday saw the biggest defeat for the college foot ball teira that has come to its bit for several years. The Indians from the Sherman institute at Ferris, coached by about the best man thn.t Carlisle has had for years nni another of her good men playing tackle, ran up a score of 31-0 on the collegians. The Indians were in dividually heavier men by abeiut ten pounds, they were in much harder con dition anel the played fast, h.ird fot hall. With everybody in the play, they simply outclassed the Occielental team. The ball was kicked to Occidentals, who ran It in ten yards, Millen, right half, ran the left end for the biggest run of the day, thirty-eight yards from the center line. At this critical peried, when affairs looked so bright for Oe-cl-dental, the ball was fumbled and Schoulder get the bill, anel it wr.s punted out cf danger. Then the Indians ' got in and played b-.ill. Occidental lost on downs and the Indians commenced ja steady march down the field, uslm: 'hurdles over guard and bucks arounel tackle. A delayed pass made the first touch down from the twelve yard line. They failed to kick the goal, 5-0. Bazata kicked off to the Indians, who made good advane-es till forced to punt. The Occidentals after a few line-ups punted, which programme the Indians followed. Then line plunges, wherein four or more Indians would jump over the line. Goal was kicked. Score 11 to Q,. Safe Cure. G. A. R.., Cuitsr Post rheumatic trout. diabetes. The third toue-hdown was the only one made by the use of enel runs that made gains, and near the line three re volving wedges made gains of five yards each. Bazata kicked off, the ball went be- hind the line and Schoulder punted it from there. Bazata downed the ball on the twelve yard line, but had to leave the game on account of a sprained an kle. He being such a strong player it was thought that Occidental would go to pieces. ' Another touchdown was scored during the first half. The second half was a punting game, but the Indians could only make two touchdowns, for the Occidental men men braced up magnificently and held them down. They were near the goal when time was called, but they expect ed to be over it. Two pale faces and no red faces had to leave the game. C. E. Spaulding had to play against the star end of the Indians after Her riott went out. The team Is not discouraged by their defeat, for the Indians are not of their class, but they are preparing to dig in and win their "big" gprr.e with Pomona college on the 22nd. KING WOIiM AND DANDRUFF. They Are Each Caused by a Pestifer ous Germ. King worm and dandruff are some what similar in their origin; each is caused by a parasite. The germ that causes dandruff digs to the root of thi; hair,-and saps its vitality, causing fall ing hair, anel, finally, baldness.. With out dandruff there would never be bald ness, and to cure dandruff it is neces sary to kill the germ. There has been no hair preparation that would do this until the discovery of Newbro's Her piclde, which positively kills the dan druff germ, allays itching instantly and makes hair glossy and soft as silk. At all druggists. Take no substitutes. There is nothing "just as good." BISHOP POTTER APPOINTED. A recent dispatch from Albany says: Most excellent Alfred A. Guthrie. Grand High Prie st of the Grand Royal Arch chapter of the state of New York has appointeil It t. Rev. Bishop Henry C. Potter of New York Grand ., - . T t , r ConFtt-blevillo and the bishop today ac cepted the high honor. o We sell the greatest of blood puri fiers. Acker's Blexd Elixer, under a postive guarantee. It will cure ail chronic and other blood poisons. If you have eruptions or sores on your body, or are pale, weak or run down, It Is just wjiat you need. We refunel money If you are not satisfied. 50 cents and $1.00. T. F. Hudson Pharmacy. KEENE'S "TIP" FROM A WOMAN. Jamc; R. Keene, famous' the worlel over for bin l-.rge winnings on the race traek, got a valuable "tip" from a woman. It is relateel that a gambler nrmed Baldwin went west with his wife in the e.irly'GOs, but fortune did rot favor him, and when he died his widow hr.d nothing but a few elia monds, the relics of happier days, anel her skill as an expert seamstress. The needle, however, gave her some- ; thing of a livelihood until at a fortun- ate moment she met Mrs. John W. Mackay, then at Virginia City, and was engaged by her, living with the Mac kays during the time when, the famou3 OKI tI f ill ' ffl if w Mm wm - fjd-mj Comstock lode was still a mystery. says the Chicago Chronicle. The mem bers of the "big four" tfsed to meet In MaekJty's cabin and talk over the pros pects in open session, eiuite regardless 1 of the presence of their wives Mrs. Baldwin, however, had learned from her husband the significance of the technical mining and stock terms, and the big stride was not many hours old before she understood it, for she could follow inteligently the miners' discus sion of their rrospects. This information she intended to m-.-.ke use of, for she still had her dia liionels, so, going to San Francisco, she looked up a broker and ejuite by acci- dent happened upon James It. Keene, then a Californian. "Mr. Keene," she said, "I want to put an important affair In your hands. I am a pocr woman and a widow, but my husband once had money and from him, I learneel something of the stock mar ket. I have some diamonds he gave me. Tney are all I have and I want you to take them and realize on them and in vest it ail In Comstoe-k." . "Why Comstock?" asked Keene, sur piiseel at the unhesitating manner she staked her all in what seemed to him a doubtful proposition. She explained and the shrewd financier listened with a glirtening eye. "Now, Mrs. Baldwin," he said, "I'll toll you what we'll ilo. You keep your diamonds. Get a value on them and I'll Invest that amount for you and pro tect it in case of fluctuations. You watch the reports and when you see fit let me know and I'll close it out. You must take every cent, for your tip is worth more than your diamonds or any commission I would charge." Mrs. Baldwin watched the market as she continued her efressmaking, dream ing of a competency that would enable her to return to her old home and live in comfort. Comstock rose and rose. In fact it became the wonder of the day, and when Mrs. Baldwin figured that she had from $10,000 to $15,000 waiting her command, fearful it would fall, she hurried to Keene to close out. James R. Keene greeted her warmly, told his bookkeeper to cast up the ac count and make out the check. Now that the deal was over Mrs. Baldwin bccr.rr.e nervous, anel as Keene turned from her to sign the valued document her impatience rrot the best oher. - "II-ow much is it, Mr. Keene?" she asked. With good-natured carelessness the financier replied: '"Six hundred and forty thousand." Then he turned to hanel her the check, but Mrs. Baldwin had to be lifted from the floor and re ftored to consciousness before Fhs coulil take it. Keene, however, received his own winnings with less nervousness, anel bia subsequent career shows that he knew how to double on them. Pure, Healthful, Snappy. Fully Matured. THB AMERICAN BREWINQ CO., St, Louis, Mo. THE TONTO RESERVOIR A Model of It Now on Exhibition &t Eoarl of Trade Boom. There is now on exhibition at the beard of trade room a real Tonto reservoir, built Uy the government, on plans drawn undar the supervision o Engineer Arthur P. Davis. It has been placed there for the purpose of fhnv.ing the people of the Salt river val'ey Jurt what the government can Co and what it will do for this pec Pie if they will get a move on them selves and do the fair thing by thf government. Seriously the subject of this article Is a plaster model of the proposed big government dam et Tonto, showing ab important detai's, the lower part of the basin, the bridge over the dam. the waste gate", the two tunnels cut through the solid rock as an exit for the stored waters, the gate towers, the elcetric power house, the canal that I" to run along the side of the reservoir irom its upper end to the dam and emptying over a dizzy precipice form a mighty mill race of 1200 horsepowei i.or the generation of electricity. This model was made for the geological urvey in Washington and the water ftorage commission as soon as they heard of it ordered a duplicate. The geological commission in its desire to help along the preliminary work here, k'ndly forwarded the original model to Dwight B. Heard for the commission and will itself take the duplicate as ocn as it Is completed. While this model might suggest to a stranger that it was only the work cf some one's ingenious fancy, to those who have followed the water storage question here it is truly a work of art. It Is rich In detail anil the more one studies it the better it looks and every Question asked by the skeptical.- for there may be a few of them left in the community, is answered by the model if the Questioner will but study it. Mr. Davis who is now here Is pre paring a placard of explanation which will be placed near it. The model is built on a scale of one inch to twenty feet so those who look at It may gain a fair idea of the magnitude of this big engineering en terprise. The dam is to be 210 feet high and the cost of the entire enter prise Is estimated at approximately $2,000,000 anel is to impound SiO.OOO ecr feet of. water. The water stor age commission and the engineers are now figuring on plans for building the dam forty feet higher than this model calls for, thereby nearly doubling its capacity and impounding 1,400,000 acre feet of water. The dam arches up the stream key stone like so that if nothing gives way the greater the pressure behind it the stronger it will be. if there can be such a thing as varying strength. The method cf getting the irrigating water out of the elim rray be new to some. On a level with the river bed and at each end of the dam, a tunnel is to be cut into the s-olid reck and on a gen tle curve pass around the foundation of the ela:n at each enel, many feet elistant from that foundation, however, the two tunnels emerging from the canyon side and emptying into Salt river again below the power house. The gat-s to the tunnels will ba oper ated from the tr.-p of the dam over 200 feet above and can be raised and low ered at will. Just below the top of the dam and at each end of it, crossed by a bridge of mighty span, is the chinnel provided for the waste or flood waters if there ever p.re any. Th?se channels are cut through rolid rotk, there he ing a monster abutment cf solid rock left standing between ench one of them ar.d the end of the dam. This pro vision is made for such emergency as the flood of 1SJ1 and the waste channels are large enough to carry that entire flood, ersuming that the reservoir is full w hen the flood begins, so history 'will have to do a great deal better than repeat itself before the water can ever top the dam. These waste chan nels, like the tunnels for the irrigating water, empty Into Salt river again far below the power house. But the unique feeture of the whole enterprise and a feature but few have learned the details of, is the scheme for development cf electric power. A canal will be dug. heading at the upper enel of the reservoir site, capable of carrying the r.iinimum flow of the tlver, whether there is Impounded water at hand or not. This canal will skirt the reservoir basin along thp water level when the basin is full, finally passing round one end of the dam in a channel cut in the reck waste way, some fret down through a hole in the rock then out and over the precipice to the I power house. The construction of this canal will be. the first work in carry ing out the big project and a corps o. engineers will begin its survey In a few days. This force will be utilized in generating electric power to be used in making the necessary cement from materials close at hand, for run ning all the huge construction machln er ythat will be used In the building of the dam and in th? operation of the headgates. anel later when all 13 finished it will be cabled to the valley and employed if desireel in raising the underground supply here for irrigating purposes. The beauty of the plan is that there will always be water power equal to 1203 horsepower, even if there isn't a drop cf water in the reservoir. r FAMILY PRIDE. "They are gcing to teach the lan guages with a mnchine." "A talking machine?" "I suppose so." "Nonsense. I'll wager something handsome that my wife can talk Jhe balance wheel off if in a hundred rev olutions." Cleveland Plain Dealer. STANDARD IRON WORKS General Agents for Steam Engines, Boilers, Pumps, Gas and Gasoline Engines. Long distance Phone 571. .5jT"r.K'.i-,- 3 Fifty Years the Standard Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. Kighesttests U.S. Gov't Chemists CROWN ZING EXTENSION What Eailroad Building It Doing for Yavapai Ceunty. People citizens who stay at home, even oJ Arizona, scarcely realize what a little railroad bunding does for this territory. One has to go and see, then go again ar.i keep going In order to note these things, or else wait for eome one to tell them abenit it and then they forget it. A case in point is the Crown King extension of the Prescott & Eastern road from Mayer to Turkey creek. The building of the road to Mayer was like the passing of a magic war.d over the Big Bug and adjeining min ing districts and those who are famil iar with that section see a charge ia it with each succeeding visit, whil those who visit it for the first time since the road was built cannot rec ognize in it the same country ine knew in pre-railroad days. The extension to Turkey Creek is not a long piece of railroad, but it ojx-ns up an entirely new mining reginn that is new to cheap and convenient trans portation. General Freight and Pass enger Agevt AncwaM who wes in the cify yesterday said that the company had made a flai rate for fuel to all points from Mayer to the end of th-.-roael, the ides being t encourage mineral development and in reecgr.iti j: of the fct that cheap fuel is the prin cipal .barrier to development. Th cheapest possible rates are aNo mad on lumber for the same purpi--e. As an indication of the reduction that will be made in freight It may be said that thi rai'.road rate will be in th neigh borhood of $0 T.O as against $3" th. wagon rate for the freight haul lr.b Prescott. The construction of th-i Trfscott and Eastern and Its branches is ro diub the principal -agency fcr the great mineral development cf Yavaptl coun ty and the investment of so n'.Cvh eastern capital. AVhnt that amount", to is intsaneeei by the frequent visit in their private cars. f eastern men who have holdings in i;vjpai mines. A private cir fiile-l with eastern gen tlemen is now in Pre.-eott and yester day spent the d;iy In an exe ursion ov?r the P. & E. enjoying a banquet at th Hotel Burke last r.i?ht. They visited all the larger enterprises along th- line, the Toland, Yal Verde smtdter. and several mines. Another carload of eastern stockholders of the Rriganz company is expetted ne?t week and such incidents are cf sj frequent oc currence they are coming to be regard ed as only a matter cf course. o "So the merry-go-round was not a success in the wild and v.oe.ly west?" "Well, not so's you could notice it. Them howlin' bronco busters couldn't help gittin' excited an' shoctin" the or gan full o' discords." Baltimore News. ELECTRA M.&M.CO. WICKEfVBURG'S COMING MINE In order to buy a gasoline hoist and increase cur force for more rapid de velopment, we will offer to local sub scribers a limited amount of treasury stock at 10c a share. You have often read of Electra ami its fine ore. It Is only ten miles from Wickenburg by daily stage and easily examined. Miners and prospectors from vicinity are sending in orders for stovk. Does this not show confidence in the property and management? Call at our office, see ore and late ex pert report by E. J. Bonsall. NICKERSON & WILSON, 13 N. Center St. PhoenU, Aj'u. PHOENIX FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS Machinery, Supplies Castings, Repairs, Etc., Ftc. r 25 to 33 North Second SU k Phoenix, Ariz. y