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THE ABIZOM BEPTTBLTCATT: TUESDAY MOBKIKG,' MAKCH 10,' 1903.
TTTTTTTTTVTTTTTVTnr?TTTTr' Mines and Minerals of Arizona W Tl V VV X" V Y0 TAMBIEN MINE A Gila County Property Passing Be yond the Prospect Stage. Mention was made a few days ago of Mr. Arthur K. W. Kaf!;e cf this city leaving here for a visit to the Yo Tare Won mine on Pinto creek, a few miles this ride cf Globe, expecting to meet in Globe a party of stockholders in the Pinto Creek Mining and Smelting com pany that owns the prop?rty. Mr. Kaske has returned having had a very pleasant and satisfactory trip and brought with him some nice ere sam ples which he has placed on exhibition in the board of trade room. Mr. Kaske was formerly secretary of the Pinto Creek company which i3 an organization of Missouri capitalists but resigned cn account of ill health and came to Phoenix last December. He still retains his stock in the company, however, and expects eventually to make seme money out of the enter prise. In the meantime he is setting j the health he came after and at present THE OLD RELIABLE " pHIB mm We Absolutely Pare THERE S NO SUBSTITUTE does not look as though he was ever a sick man. The Pinto Creek company owns ten different claims but its most exten sive work has been done on the Yo Tambien which is now a well do- -r.. . jnn"VirNi.-nr r"T.' FOR STEAM OR GASOLINE EN GINES, BOILERS, PUMPS, PULLEYS SHAFTING Steam Users' Supplies Pipe or FittiLgs Sea Standard Iron Works Phoenix, Ariz. Phosnix Machine and Cold Storage Go. A it K'aie of MaciUti Repairing Dons em Short Notice 25-33 North Second Street Jos. ThalinmFr, Pre s ; P. T. Hurley, Vice-Prts ; Louis Melczer, Treas.; Ales. Itheinstein, Sec'y source. The work of pushing this tun nel into the hill will be hurried by the use of power drills. In the vicinity of the 300 foot level the shaft is mjt .md crossed by another tunnel frcm the surface on the hillside. This tunnel is hundreds of feet lone and has developed a vast amount of stoping ground on each side of the shaft, ore which Is even now available for rolling, though it has been thought wiser to develop the lower levels before building a reduction plant. A gasoline heist is placed in the shaft near its intersection with this tunnel. for the pur pose of raising the water and rock to the tunnel level. Work is also con tinued in the tunnel beyond the shaft developing the big or body in the up- rpr lpvel of thp 1-iill-R int-prinr. 1 Th nnrtv that "Mr TCaKkp met at Globe consisted cf Thomas O. Cockrell of Platte City, Mo., president of the company; J. W. Castle, treasurer: Grant S. Watkins, secretary and at torney, and Dr. Spencer Pitts of Platte City and Joseph Jenkin and son of Sa vannah, Mo., all officers or stockholders or both. Most of them had visited the property before and were vei- much pleased with the progress made in de velopment. Those who visited the mine for the first time were surprised at the fine appearance of things and pleased as well with the beauties of Arizona in the winter time. The company has plenty of money for future operations and in a very short time a reduction plant will not only be desirable hut the one step between the stockholders anil the dividends. The development of this property is another illustration of what railroads will do for a country. The Phoenix & East&rn survey passes within a few miles of the Yo Tambien and another survey made by the G. V. Ci. & N. crosses the group. Whether the latter railroad extension wiil be undertaken or not i3 not settled but the Phoenix & Eastern will be on hand presumably before the Pinto company is ready for its plant. Its rapid development has been done mostly since the building of this road was determined upon so cheap rates would be guaranteed for future operations. o A CONVICT KILLED EAT In RESTAURANT t i or in adjoining ..DINING ROOM... with Elegant China Service. Concerted Plan for a General Prison Break Averted. At ENGLISH KITCHEN, No. 1st St. The California Restaurant HEALS SERVED AT ALL KOTJRB. Strictly F!rstCla. Quick Service Special Dinner On Sunday 33 North PJrst fivonus - . Phoenix. Arizona 0 UEAB vn mt9 : K t.fi es AFTi Toe creat rcasnly lor nervous ER USIKG. For sal prostration a:.d a il diseases of tho ccnerattve crrans OL oitacr sum as nervous rostr:uion. i- ailing or lost Manneod, Iinpotency, Nij-'fctiy Emissions, Youibfui fcrrors. Mental Worry, excessive use ot Tobacco or Opium, which lead to Consumption and Insanity. With every order we fruaraatfle to cu-e or refur.il the monrv. Sold at $1.00 per box. i boses :cr S3. 00. SMS. MOTT'S CSIii.Tilt'.lk CO., Cleveland, Oio. oniv Ly BEN L. BEAR, up-to-nte diucrcist. hoeni veloped mine. There is an incline shaft down 400 feet at an angl; of about 51 degrees. This shaft is in an ore shoot all the way and some of the rock is very rich. There is already some water, in the shaft which will be sunk another 150 feet when its deFth will be on a level with a tunnel now running into the hill from just above- the creek bed. News comes from Yuma that two prisoners broke from the line while the convicts were being marched from their midday meal to work upon the peni tentiary wall at the territorial prison Friday. Guards Doheny and Johnson opftned fire with their Winchesters be fore the men, who were running at a slow trot, had gone many rod3, killing one. a life man irom Santa Cruz county, I and wounding the other, who i3 a two years and a half man, so that he will probably die, it having been necessary to amputate his leg so closely to his body as to make his chances of re covery very doubtful. The convict killed outiight was shot through the head. Both men killed were Mexicans. It is thought that there was a plan among the convicts for u concerted break for liberty and only the promptness of ths guard3 averted more serious trouble. . .The other con victs were thoroughly cowed and shrank close to the wall to escape the bullets of the guaids. While the prison authorities are somewhat reticent as to details and to the expression of opinion as to probable results, it. is the gener;tl opinion both "on the hill" and in the village of Yuma that the promptness of the guards in the affair will be most salutary in its effects. CUTICURA - OINTMENT Purest of Emollients and Greatest of Skin Cures. The Most Wonderful Curative of AlTTime For Torturing, Disfiguring Humours. Cutlcura Ointment is beyond question the most successful curative for tortur ing, disfiguring humours of the skin and scalp, including loss of hair, ever com pounded, in proof of which a single anointing with it, preceded by a hot bath with Cutlcura Soap, and followed in the severer cases by a dose of Cuti cura Resolvent Pills, is often sufficient to afford immediate relief in the rnst distressing forms of itching, burning and scaly humours, permits rest and sleep, and points to a speedy cure when nil other remedies fail. It is especially bo in the treatment of infants and chil dren, cleansing, soothing and healing the most distressing of infantile hu mours, aud preserving, purifying and beautifying the skin, scalp and hair. Cutlcura Ointment possesses, at the game time, the charm of satisfying the simple wants of the toilet, in caring for the skin, scalp, hair and hands from in fancy to age, far more effectually, agreeably aud economically than tho most expensive of toilet emollients, lis "Instant relief for skin-tortured babies," or "Sanative, antiseptic cleans ing," or " Ono-uight treatment of the hands," or " Single treatment of the hair," or " Use after athletics," cycling, golf, tennis, riding, sparring, or any sport, each in connection with the use of Cutlcura Soap, is sullicieut evidence of this. Millions now rely on Cuticura Soap, assisted by Cutlcura Ointment, for pre serviug, purifying and beautifying the skin, for cleansing the scalp of crusts, scales and dandruff, and the stopping of falling hair, for softening, whitening and soothing red, rough and sore hands, for baby rashes, itchings and chaflnjrs, as well as for all purposes of the toilet, bath and nursery. This tunnel is in SCO feet and will have to be driven 70C fest further. The mill site is just b low the adit of this tunnel so when the tunnel is completed it will afford a level run for ore cars from the ore body ir. the hill to the mill. It will also aftcrd an adequate water supply for the mill though if desired water can be- piped to the mill from another GLOOMY OUTLOOK ON LOWER RIVER A Higher Stage Than Ever Predicted on the Mississippi River. PARAMOUNT BLOUNT DEAD. Macon, Ga., March 9. James H. Blount, twenty years a member of Con gress from Georgia, afterward commis sioner to the Hawaiian Islands during the second Cleveland term, died here today of congestion of lungs. A VV---X - well-informed and H ponent parts are s rtJ cause it acts without XtWti tions, as it is wholly V Memphis. Tenn., March 9. The river at this point tonight marks 34.6 feet and is rising. The weather bureau bulletin issued tonight states that the river at Cairo and Helena will continue to rise at an increased rate, and a stage of 35 f?et may be expected within twenty-four hours end 37 feet by March 14. It further states that the present rise will continue until a stage I of ?S feet or more i3 reached at Mem phis. Weather conditions arc similar over much of the vast area drained by the Mississippi . and its tributaries from the headquarters of the former to the gulf, and reports from all points indi cate heavy rains and swollen streams. It is upon this condition and the fact that the levees built since the flood of 1S97 have very materially narrowed the territory over which the river can spread, that the statement of a proba ble stage of 3S feet is based. The greatest stage ever recorded at Memphis is 37.3 feet, and it is thought that a greater stage must do much damage in the lowlands. What would occur frpm such a stage cannot be foretold. The levees both on the east and west sides of the Mississippi are being strengthened at all weak, points and such places as will be subjected to the greatest pressure when the flood is at its height. Government boats are patrolling the river and men on foot are patrolling the embankments watching for sus picious threatening developments of any character. There is little antici pation of serious trouble until the wat er approaches 37 feet. Reports from points further down the river show that much damage is being caused by the flood in the south. Discouraging reports also have been received from Vicksburg and Natchez. COMMERCIAL FINANCIAL AnTJnezpected and Favorable Turn in the Stock Market. New York, March 9. The action of the stock market today verified the Wall-street aphorism that the expected (ioos not happen. A disorganized mar ket and violent declines were looked for today. The events proved , that tho opehing prices were the lowest. The factors that made for recovery were at work from the outset. There was a vigorous contest "between the elements for reaction and recovery during an hour of furious activity.; By that time the reactionary tendency had been ai rested and recovery gathered force for the re3t of the day. Inflammation of the Bladder Mr. Michel Blandypos, Secretary Mario We Club, New Orleans, Who Suffered From Inflammation of the Bladder Cured by the Only Absolute Cure for All Diseases of the Kidney, Liver, Bladder and Blood, WARNER'S SAFE CURE STOCKS. Atchison, 81; do preferred, 97; C. & O., 46; Big Four, 914; C. & S., 26; do 1st preferred, 68; do 2nd preferred, 89; Erie, 34; Great Northern pre ferred, 190; Manhattan, 142: Metro politan, 134: Missouri Pacific, 108; N. J. Central, 177: N. T. Central, 141; Pennsylvania, 144: St. L. &. S. F., 8OV4'. do preferred, 79; do 2nd. preferred, 70'A; St. Paul, 169: Southern Pacific, 63: ' Union Pacific, 93; Amal. Copper, 73: Anaconda, 118; Sugar, 126: United States Steel, 36: do preferred, 86; Western Union, 88 : Santa Fe Copper, 2. BONDS. U. S. ref. 2s, reg., 107; coupon, 107: 3s. reg.. 107; coupon, 107: new 4s, reg., 134; coupon, 135; old 4s. reg., 108: coupon,, 109; Ss, reg., 102; coupon. 102. METALS. New York, March 9. After opening 1 17S 6d higher in London, copper there turned easier and closed at an advance of 1 10s at 62 5s for spot and 62 10s for futures. The local market was higher, but unsettled and nominal. Standard, J13.25; lake and electrolytic and casting, $14, nominal. Spelter was higher both here and at London, the latter market advancing 10s to 22 7s 6d,r while locally the price was raised to Jo.lofffS.SO. Br.r silver, 49c. Mexican dollars, 3Sc. . o CANADIAN PACIFIC WANTED TO GAIN TIME It Led the Strikers Into Hope of a Settlement. fkcis piea.sartly. cts Berve-ficiadly; $cts truly as-a. Laxaiiver. Syrup of Figs appeals to the cultured and the to the healthy, because its com- lmple and wholesome and be- cisturbing the natural func frce from every objectionable quality or substance. In the process of manufacturing figs are used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained from an excellent combination of plants known to be medicinally laxative and to act most beneficially. To get its beneficial effects buy the genuine manufactured by the v r uv vi 1 THE OHIO FALLING. But a Dangerous Rise at Louisville Is Feared. Louisville. Ky., March 9. Although the Ohio river is falling here tonight, the danger of the water reaching con siderable proportions is not averted, and it is probable that a stage of thirty feet or two feet above the danger line will be reached before the rise runs its couyse. The rise began shortly before noon, but the rate of recession was only one tenth of an inch an hour. It Is proba ble that this fall will continue tomorrow and by Wednesday or Thursday morn ing a rise will reach here which will bring the river up to the highest -point of the season. ... 3 Frircisco, Cai, SVllle, KV. AtcwVnrb MV . For czia, by a.11 druZ-sts. Price- fifty certs per. bottl.. PITTSBURG SCARED. Pittsburg, Pa., March 9. Pittsburg was somewhat alarmed this morning by the weather bureau warnjng of a twenty-seven-foot river. The Hood, however, will reach its highest at twenty-three feet in the Allegheny river in the morning according to the outlook at 10 o'clock tonight. THE RISING GRAND. Grand Rapids, Mich., March 9. Grand river continued to rise this afternoon and tonight. A number of factories along the river have been compelled to shut down as the water has invaded their boiler rooms and put out the fires. Vancouver, B. C, March 9. Al though it seemed probable on Sunday that a settlement was about to be ejected between the striking employes and the Canadian Pacific railway, all negotiations were broken -bfC today The strikers say it will be a Daitie to a finish. The U. B. of R. employes say that the apparent willingness of the company to arbitrate for a settlement was a ruse to gain sufficient time in which to recruit substitutes for their striking men. All the members or tneir orsrnnization along the line were today called cut, Calgary, Winnipeg and Fort Williams being included. The company received another car load of eastern men and now has 125 substitutes with whose assistance they will endeavor to carry on the general business. The following notice ad dressed to shippers and all others con cerned Is published: "This company is now prepared to accept all goods offer ing for shipment. The same can be delivered either at cur local sheds or our wharf warehouse." The strikers are receiving funds from unions throughout British Columbia and. from Portland, Seattle and other places. From the head office of the company at Montreal Is coming William White. assistant to the president who wni try to settle the strike. o SNIPING SENTRIES. Colorado City Strike Takes on Aspect of War. ' MR. MICHEL BLANDTI'OS - . Gentlemen- It affords me Che greatest pleasure to testify to the merits of V arner s Safe Cure, as I consider it was the sole means of restoring me to health. I suffered for nearly three yeara with inflammation of the bUdder causing me severe pains, also the most terrible headaches and at times I was un able to attend to my regular duties. 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Sentries at three points were fired on shortly after seven o'clock this even ing by unknown parties. At one point an attempt was made to enter the sentry lines and the sentry on guard came near being hit. Information came to the military authorities of a con certed plan on foot to rush the Pert land mill and warrants charging the mill employes with carrying concealed weapons were to be served when the men came from work. When these statcirn-nts were madp to THE GOVERNOR HOPEFUL. -. Denve March 9. Governor Peabody tonight announced that he looked for a settlement of the mill and smelter men's strike at . Colorado City soon, possibly tomorrow. He refused J to make public any of his reasons for that belief. o SIGNING FOR STOCK Now Is the Accepted Time for S. E. V. "Water Users. The signing for rights in the reser voir is progressing rapidly. The mem bers of the committees report that they are finding no opposition now except In two sections of the valley and. those who are operating outside of those sec tions are obtaining the signature of every farmer they meet. There was. what was believed to be some apathy at first but it turns out that the farmers- wanted to lock into the-matter a little before taking wbat seemed to be a mo3t important step and' most of them have satisfied themselves re garding what the water storage con ference! committee men had satisfied themselves in the course of their long study of the subject. The committees believe that shortly all opposition will melt away. What opposition there Is could not prove fa tal even if it should be persisted in. When the time comes if there should not be a sufficient area of the cultivat ed lands signed" arrangements would be made to apply the flood waters to the desert lands until such an area as' is required should be secured. 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