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TILE AEIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 10,- 1903.
4- Mines and Minerals J of Arizona M'4M'4M"M"M-"?-4"i' ! ! ! ! ! BIG MINING MERGER Two Big Graham County Companies to Unite Their Interests. It now seems ta be pretty definitely settled that a merger has been aocoiti pllshed between tlie Clifton Consoli dated Copper company and the New lOngland Copper company, each hold ing a large number of mines and claims contig-ucus to each other, and lying to the west of the Frisco river a few miles above Clifton, says the Copper Era. The holdings of the two com parries, together with the claims of the Markeen company which failed to do its assessment work last year, will ap proximate something like one hundred claims. . Each of these companies hiive been operating steadily for nearly two and a half years,' and some very large bodies of ore have been developed. In fact it is generally conceded that the New England company has developed to a depth of more than Gf0 f?ct the largest body of rich ore to be found in the .'territory. The details of the merger have not yet been made public, but probably soon will be. General Manager Dunham of the Clifton Con solidated company returned from the oast last week, and was interviewed by an Era reporter, but stated that he was not yet ready to make a statement for publication. However, he did state that the details for the merger had been arranged, and would probably be completed by the first of June. The &?e METROPOLIS 1; 1 i UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Modern Furnished Rooms Permanent or Transient R.ATE5 REASONABLE 419 1-2 South Main St. Los Angeles, C&l. - Joseph Singer. SO. CAL Guns, Ammunition Fishing Tackle and Sporting Goods Agents for Ballistite and Empire Powder. 113 West Fine Gun Repairing A Specialty. it:. The Oldest Business House in Los Angeles. Samuel C. Foy Manufacturer and dealer in Blankets. Whips. Lap Bobes, Saddles, Telephone Green 1724. 315 X. Los Angeles St. ...HOTEL CATALINA 4Si So Broad-.vav, Los Angeles. Convenient to all street cars, theaters, and th electric lines to the beaches. F.ieva'cr. bell service. Suites with baths. We cater to the Vrizona trade. ALEXANDKii & IJOLANM. I'roTirs. NATIONAL WOOD PIPE CO. V incorporated Manufacturers of REDWOOD WATER PIPE V From S inch to 10-feet iu di- .J. V .meter, or Waterworks, $ Mining and ? Irrigation Plants. ... CHEAPER. STRONGER AND MORE DURABLE than riveted iron or steel pipe. Beeiuires no expe-ri. to lay and can eas ily be taken up and relaid, as it !s absolutely indestructible. ALL FIPK SOLD UNDER AN ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE. We contract for complete irrigation systems. Illustrated catalogue ser.t on application. Address NATIONAL WOOD PIPE CO., Cor. Etl) and Mateo St., Los Angeles, Cal. Mm for thp mi FOR. m BEDROOM The furnishing of the bedroom is just as important as that of the reception room or library. As much thought should be given it rnd as much care exercised in the selection of pieces. Nowhere will you find such a varied assortment of bedroom pieces in brass, iron, mahogany, walnut, oak and bird's-eye maple. We have received recent shipments of iron and brass- beds; an immense assortment, every piece properly pi iced. Every price a money saver. Call or write for further information. ce:-nmcr.t prefer it to any other utLduai; ii i j inciter. ' MKU ZEU LilttJS. CO Distributers! Phoenix, IP t&e nop neifis wmmm I, to the time it i3 clcl.vered to you. MMptB g) the rr.ori careful care u taken in re- WpM b gard to the., purity, wholesomeness JSvM ft fcroro, llSfMl mines are now practically under his control. A. I'. Aylir.g. general man ager of the New England company, is expected to return from the east in a few days. It is understood that the merged company" has some extensive Improvements under contemplation for the rear future, among which can be mentioned a railroad from Clifton to the mill site on the Frisco, about five miles above tnwn, and also the erec tion of extensive works for the reduc tion of the oies. The big tunnel of the Cliftr.n Consolidated company will be driven under the immense bodie3 of rich ore developed by the New England company, and the ore brought out through the tunnel. The merging of these big comj antes is doubtless a good thing for the district, as the proper ties can bo handled to much better ad vantage under one management. o KIKKLAN'D & SKULL, VALLEY. James Stapp and Kill Budy are busy hauling ore to the Sharpened mill from their big ledge near the railroad track a mile above Kirkland. Sheep men passing by report splendid feed this spring on the desert and rout: to here. Sheep are the fattest ever seer.. Mrs. II. H. Hunt has closed the trade for the Big 5 placer mines, buildings, and plants on behalf of Kansas City parties for whom he is manager here. The successful experiments with their dry placer process justifies the acquisi tion of ore ground anil conveniences. Mr. Rose, the ex-Filipino soldier, i? still developing his claims in Copper Basin. He has one tunnel seventy or eighty feet in on one claim. Journal -Miner. Harry 1. Hyatt. ARMS CO. First Street Los Angeles, Cal. is:4. Saddlery. Harness, Leather. Horse Silver Inlaid Spanish Bits and Spurs. Los Angeies, Cal. THE ppp qERgm rtcimxw s mi i 3 beverage CfV Vfei'l .'j.-. f- SJw Arizona. tlU fij THE GILLESPIE MINE A Black Canyon Property of Great Promise. Good reports are heard from the Gil lespie mine owned by Joe Mayer of Mayer, Arizona, says the Big Bug En terprise. In the past a limited amount of work has bet n done here. Ore taken from the surface and treated in an arastra yielded good returns to the owner. A shaft ii being sunk on the Gillespie and is now down li'5 feet, with the re sult that th? vein continues ss above and with indications of better values with depth. Asfays taken from a short drift on the SO-foot level gave returns as high as 5117 in gold per ton. and several shipments of ore netted $97 per ton. The property H eiui,pped with a new Davis whim, and work is progressing satisfactorily. The ore is v. white quartz, carrying iron sulpfiides, the sulphides being very rich in the pre vious metal. Four hundred feet south o the main shaft another Hhaft has been started and is down ."0 feet, show ing the same character of high grade ore, and that the vein and ore body are continuous. The lelge can be plainly traced for a long ditance and is well defined, true and strong. Wherever an opening has been made ore is exposed that essays high. The Gillespie mine Is about twenty-five miles south of Mayer and ore mile from the old Black Canyon road. On all sides can be seen evidences of early day mining. In those days, if a mine did not pay from the grass roots, it was soon abandoned. o During my absence from, the city. Dr. F. V. Woodward takes charge of my practice. I can honestly recom mend him as a capable, careful :nd proficient dentist. Me h is been in ac tive practice for the last 16 years, late ly in Hutchinson, Ka?., and sumo of his former patients who now reside in this city can vouch for his trustworthi ness. II. J. JESSOP. Elastic Stockings and Supporters Made to measure from fresh, high class materials, and lit warranted. We are the only actual knitters cf these goods in the south west. Our monogram grade is the best ani most serviceable pro duced a n y w h e - e. Many Arizona people who have tested our goods are regular customers and will have no other mak Send for free book let containing full information. The W. W. Sweeney Company 421 S. Broadway, Los Angeles. Cal. "Majestic" Oxfords The standard of excellence: they come in French heels with hand turned Soles and Military heels with Welt Soles. They are certainly the best values ever sold in this city for the money and they only cost you $2.50 a Pair BLANEY'S, 456 South Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. 14 years in the shoe business in this city. Comfort in Glasses How few know what it Is to be un conrcious that they have them on. Our aim is to attain that degree of perfection. Will show you we can do it if you take the trouble to sec. German Optical Institute 7 WEST ADAMS ST. Photnlx. Open Saturday evenings until 9 p. Che national Bar.K of Arizona PHOBIMIX. ' CAPITAL (paid up) . 8 J SURPLUS AND PROFITS . . $1000,000 . 50,000 EMILi GANZ President SOL LEWIS Vice President S. OBERFELDER Cashier J. J. SWEENEY Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS E. Ganz. Sol. Lewis. Edward Eisele, Jos. Thalheimer, J. Y. T. Smith, Chas. Goldman. S. Oberfelder. J. HERMAN AAGARD, Mines and Min ing. Mines exam.ned and reported on. Connection with Boston Ilousrs. Only legitimate mining propositions consider ed. KpfTences I'hoenix National Bank anil First National Hank of Portland. Me. Address Briggs, Arizona, o r 257 Lteriiii avc., Portland, Me. L,. : ' A BIG SCALE. Preparations for Development of the El Tigre Mine. Thursday afternoon the Incoming train from Fairbanks carried two hun elred YaquI Indians en route from So nera, via Fairbanks and Douglas, ta the Lucky Tiger mine in Sonora, Mexi co. When these laborers reach the Lucky Tiger property, the company wlil then have a force of 300 men employed taking out the rich gold ore, which is carried overland to Turracachl, a sta tion on the Nacozari railroad, and dis tant torn the mine about thirty miles. At the present writing several carload3 are already on the ground at Turraca chl, and It Is the Intention of the com pany to ship a solid tralnload to the El Paso smelters wlthm the next six weeks. Mr. Morrow, head bookkeeper for the company, returned from the mine yes terday, and fnys several tunnels run in on the property are In ore and ths present indications are that any asset -tion made about the El Tlgre will be proven to the satisfaction of all, and especially the stockholders. The pay roll this month at the Lucky Tiger min-;1 will carry the names of men and a. day and night shift are tak ing out the ore as fast as the present facilities will permit. Mr. pe Cam;., who'for many years had charge of on of the largest gold mines in Colorado, is mining superintendent at the Lucky Tiger and the work, under his direction, is being acrried forwi rd in a system atic manner. Blsbee Review. WOLVERINE & ARIZONA. Tho Wolverine & Arizona property cost the present owners $50,000, accord ing to the Iron Ore. It is occupying the attention of speculators now and ex perts have passed judgment upon it favorably. A shaft has been started on the Broken Tromise claim qf the prep erty, Just south of the Pittsburg Si Duluth. The Mining Gazette has un derstood that the property was first Intended for consolidation with the Pittsburg & Duluth and a report was circulated that $1,000,000 had been re fused by the Wolverine & Arizona for Its properly. The development now Eoems to lie on Independent lines. Bis bee Review. CLIFTON MINING NOTES. Joseph Tanner, president of the Santa Rosa Copper company, v.as in town Monday last, and brings most encour aging news. He is getting out rich ore ar.d experts to maks another shipment soon. Shipments from the Standard Copper miaes for the month of April amounted to about .t-'.'.OOO. The returns are rot all in yet. but it Is safe to say that they will reach that amount. J. R. Choate, cf El Paso, spent a few days last week at the camp of the Po laris company, and returned home well pleased with the property. He was employed by some prospective invest ors to look over the property. The general outlook for the Clifton Morer.ci district was never brighter than at the present time. All of the old companies are doing well, and the new ones are meeting with great en couragement. Several good properties are under bond, and the chances are that several new companies will soon be operating. Copper Era. o Will close my stre for the season 011 May 15 avid will sell my stock of In dian rugs, baskets and Mexican drawn work, etc., at a great reduction until that date. Major Ed Schwartz, No. 9, W. Adams St. A PEESC0TT HANGING ' Simon Aldcrett to Dangle From a Hope June 19th. Friday morning there was a pathetic scene in the court room when Judge Sloan sentenced the murderer, Simon Alderetta. to be hung by the neck until dead, say-! the Prescott Herald. The prisoner received his sentence with tearful eyes and a look of utter mi.-:ery. He knew that his fate v.as sealed and that there would be r.o intervention from the court. His only hope now is that a reprieve may be granted by Governor Broelie. The crime for which Alderetta will be hanged was committed the first of April o last year. A painter, J. K. Ward, who painted the signs all over the territory for the General Arthur Cigar coirpany. showing a man point ing a finger at you as you passed, was the victim of Alderetta's murderous disposition. A row started in a saloon in the south part of town over a hat, and Warel was shot to death by the man now about to be legally executed'. Alderetta was tried at the June term cf court iast year, convicted and the death per.alty fixed. An appeal was taken to the supreme court of the ter ritory, which affirmed the action of the lower court, and the prisoner remanded for sentence. The date of the execu tion of the prisoner was not set until today. o Cool weather in Los Angeles. Stop at The Hotel P.osslyn. MRS. MONTGOMERY'S FUNERAL Sketch of the Life of a Pioneer Woman Lovei and Respected by All. Funeral services for Mrs. John 15. Montgomery were held at 3 o'clock yes terday afternoon. May 9, in Easter ling's undertaking parlors on Adams street. Rev. Dr. Lewis Halsey, pastor of the P-aptist church, read a Scripture selec tion, offered prayer and in a few happi ly chosen words paid tribute to Mrs. Montgomery as a wife, mother, neigh bor and Christian. By request all the services were brief and informal, but perhaps none the less impressive. The floral tributes were so many and so beautiful that it is impossible to describe them. Especially noticeable was the simple but exquisite floral tribute of the Woman's Christian Tem perance union, of which Mrs. Montgom ery was a charter member. Mrs. Montgomery was born in Perry county, Alabama, the daughter of a distinguished physician. Dr. Joseph Greenhaw, and passed into rest at the family home in Buckeye, Arizona, on the morning of May 3, 1903. For many years the had been a great sufferer DAN CROSVENOR SAYS: Pe-ru-na is an Excellent Spring Catarrh Remedy l am as Well as Ever." n0. DAN. A. GROSTEXOR, OF THE FA3I01S OHIO FA5IILT. Hon. Dan. A. Grosvenor, Deputy Auditor for tha War Department, in a letter Writte n from Washington, D. C, says: " Allow me to express my gratitude trryou for the benefit derived from one bottle cf Peruna. One week has brought wonderful changes and I am now ss well as ever. Besides being one of the. very best spring tonics it is an excellent catarrh remedy."' DAN. A. GROSVESOR. In a recent letter ho says: -' consider Peruna realty more meritorious than I did when I wrote you last, i receive numerous letters from acquaintances all over the country asking me if my certificate is genuine. invariably answer. yes." Dan. A. Grosvenor. A Comity Conimivtioner's Ixttrr. ' lion. Jedin Williams, County Commis sioner, oTol" West Second street, Duluth, Minn., says the following in regard to Peruna: " As a remedy for catarrh I can cheer fully recommend Peruna. I know what it is to suffer from that terriWe disease and I feel that it is my duty to speak a good word for the tonic that brought me immediate r!i'f. lVrunacured me of a bad case f -alarrh and I know it will euro any otln-r sufferer frm that dis ease." John Williams. from asthma, and at last an attack of asthma resulted in pneumonia. Mrs. Montgomery was the second school te.icher in the city of Phoenix, and before ecming to this city had taught fcr several years in the state oi Arkansas. She united with the Baptist church in early womanhood. ;nd was one of the organizers of the first Baptist church in the city of Phoenix. For yeirs she was one of the most efficient nd devoted church workers in this city, and was always ready to lend a hand in every good work. The Bap tist church owes much to her earnest, faithful, self-sacrificing labors. During later years her attacks ot asthma and the care of her invalid mother , prevented her from attending the chureh services. Mrs. Montgomery was fond of music and greatly aided the church In the service of song. She came to Arizona in 1ST5. and sooa after was married to Mr. John B. Mont gomery. They began housekeeping in 1S76 in the house built by Mr. Mont gomery on South First street, which ha. been their home until less than a year ago. The bvrial was in the. Phoenix ceme tery, and a large concourse of mourn ing friends was present at the conclud ing services. Beside her husband Mrs. Montgomery leaves three children to mourn her death. Miss Buelah, John Montgomery Jr. and Mrs. George W. Hoadley, who, with her husband ami daughter. Miss Gladys, arrived here Friday right from New York. o Spend your vacation in Los Angeles and stop at Ihe Rosslyn Hotel. t HAWTHORNE'S OLD MANSE A Fact Regarding the House Not Gen erally Known, 'President F. Yale Adams, director for Arizona of the National Educational as sociation has sent out a notice of the annual Meeting of the association a; Boston July 6-10. The citcular of announcement gives a list of the places of interest in and about BDSton. Concord and vicinity is rich in such places and in the list i$ Hawthorne's Old Manse. A picture of If troubled with this distressing ailment, watch for the first indication of an attack; as soon as you feel it coming on take three of Chamberlain's Stom ach and Liver Tablets and the attack may be warded off. Mr. Geo. E. Wrij-ht, of New London, New York, says: "For several years my wife was troubled with what physicians called sick headache of a verv severe character. She doctored with several eminent physicians and at a creat expense, only to rtow worse until she was unable to do any kind of work. About a year ago she began taking Chamberlain's Stomach j,nrl Liver Tablets and today weighs more than she ever did before and is real well. He has since recommended these Tablets to several of his neighbors, who are enthusiastic in their praise of the remedy, bold by druggists at 25c. per box. A Congressman's Letter. lion. n. W. Ogden,Cong!-essman"from Louisiana, in a letter written at Wash ington, D. C, says the following of Pe runa, the national catarrh remedy: " can conscientiously recommend your Peruna as a fine tonic and all around good medicine to those who are in need of a catarrh remedy. It has been commended to me by people who have used it, as a remedy par ticularly effective in the cure of ca tarrh. For those who need a good catarrh medicine 1 know of nothing better." Warranted Pure AfOLGFRaCl POLDEN Pleases the Cook 1 All grocers SELL ST this historic old place was widely dis tributed not long ago ir. the Sunday edition of a daily paper and is hung on a dozen walls in Phoenit. The othe. day a Phoenix attorney who had been graduated from Harvard saw the pic ture and recognized it as; the home of Hawthorne. Then he told a story about it, but said ne would rather not have his name used. He said the houS' belonged tr the Thayer family, of which the pres ent representative is Professor Thayer, who occupies the chair of constitutional law at Harvard. The Phoenix attor ney eluring his attendance at the uni versity was freeiuently the guest of Professor Thayer. On one occasion he was walking with a daughter of the professor in the vicinity ef the famous old building, and he referred to it as "Hawthorne's Old Manse." Miss Thay er replied that she always heard that name for the house with a great deal cf 3 Kwy-ras x2 W. E. GriCith, Cancan, Texas, vritest "I Buffered 'with chronic catarrh for many years. I took Peruna and it com pletely cured me. I think Teruna is th best meniicine in the world for catarrh. My general health is much improved by It3 use, as I am much stronger than Z have beca for years." W. E. GriSith. A Congressman's Lrttrr. Congressman II.Bowen, Bu5kin,Tax well county, Va writes: can cheerfully recommend your valuable remedy. Peruna, to any ona who is suffering with catarrh, and w to is in need of a permanent and effective cure." if. Bowen. Mr. Fred. D. Scott, Lame, Ohio, Ri'.it Guard of Hiram Foot Ball Team, write s "As a specific for lung trouble I place Peruna at the head. I have used it my self for colds and catarrh of the Lowela and it is a splendid remedy. It restore vitality,, increases bodily strength and makes a sick person well in a fhort tim I give Peruna my hearty indorsement," Fred. D.Scott. Gen. Ira C. Abbott, Xtt M street, N. Washington, D. C, writes: " I am fully convinced that your rem edy is an excellent tonic. Many of my friends have used it with the most ben eficial results for couhs, colds and ca tarrhal trouble." Ira C. Abbott. Mrs. Elmer Flcminjr, orator of Reseri voir Council 2s o. 1'JS, Northwestern Le gion of Honor, of Minneapolis, Mintji writes from 2535 Polk street, NH. .: f T hfirfl tvn troubled all my lifo with catarrh in my head. I took Peruna for about three months, and now think I am permanently cured. I believe in all its forms a Mr. Elmer Fleming Peruna is the ' f medicine of the " " ' u " age. It cures when all other remedies fail. I can heartily recommend rcrua as a catarrh remedy." Mrs. Elmer Fleming Treat Catarrh in Spring. The spring is the time to treat catarrh. Cold, wet winter weather often retards a cure of catarrh. If a course of Peruna is taken daring the early spring months the cure will be prompt and permanent. There can be no failures if Peruna is taken intelligently during the faTorabl weather of spring. As a systemic catarrh remedy Peruna eradicates catarrh from the system wherever it may be located. It cures catarrh of the stomach r bowels with the same certainty as catarrh of the head. If you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the ue of Peruna, write at once to Dr. Ilartman, giving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Colambu,0.' GATE impatience. She said that the hu: e had been in the possession of the Thay er family since before the revolution. It had been occupied by the author f the "Scarlet Letter" for a period of four years. The name which th world hnd given it rested entirely on that circum stance. The worst thing about th occupancy of the manse by Haw thorne was that he had never paid the rent. I. O. O. F. Members cf Phoenix hvlge N . -. I. . (). F.. and visiting bmlbTs are re quested to meet at the lodse room iii the Monihcn building today, Sunday. May 10. 1S03. at 3 p. m.. for the pur pose of attending the funeral of our late brother. B. A. Fickas. A. W. GALPIN. X. G. o Man's inhumanity to man isn't to 1 compared with woman's inhumanity to woman. . AS w 1 1 Sold Ji On Merit . i ! i I I I