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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: E1MDAY MORNING. "NOVEMBER 13, 1003.
8 f THE MINING INDUSTRY WALNUT GROVE'S BRIGHT LOOK. OUT- The Walnut Grove people feel very much encouraged over the bright mi ning outlook in that section of the country, says the Prescott Courier. Mr. Quick has started up vd:k on his properties and the machinery of has new quart?! mill is on the ground. Gay lord. Dunham and other parties, Cali fornia capitalists, have a new gaso line hoist Installed on the 'Afterthought group and have im view, the develop ment, of other properties in the same vicinity. Civil Engineer J. J. Fisher and Hon. A. A. Moore have given Cali fornia parties a bond on a group of four cold hearing quartz claims. The first payment is to be made in six months and the final payment in twelve. The figures are said to run way up' in the thousands. The Hassiyam pa Cold Dredging company expects to put irnchlnery on as soon as a little more stock is sold. o ; IDEAL MINE. Mill Running Steadily Ore Plating Satisfactorily. average ore In the stopes was taken down recently and run through the mill to try it. The result was so highly 3.it- ; "factory that Mr. Sarana stopped th work of taking ths ore, down and turn ed his entire attention towards clean ! in? up the dumps. Th main shaft i3 down 260 'feet, ex posing large ore bodies' all the "way. Levels have been run showing ore ev erywhere. The pioperty is certainly one of the best in this section. The Ideal mill is doing excellent work, and will bo started to running of night3 shortly. The question of water for the mill was solved long ago; the shaft has fur nished tco much water and the amount is inci earing. At present 30,000 gallons are being dumped out daily. A founda tion for a large pump is now b?ing cut at the 200-foot' level. When ir.stall?d th new pump will clear the mine of water in a hurry. Too much water is a frood fault, for the supply' for all re duction purposes for a much larger mill than the one already erected Is as sured. ........ o PURCHASED MACHINERY. George W. Sara.no, of the Ideal mine, on Groom Creek, was in town today on business and called at this office, says' th" Prescott Herald. Mr. Sarano reports everything lively at his camp. The company Is working men in the mine and mill. The mill has been running on odds and ends of ore taken from the shaft and drifts; the ore was too good to throw over the dump although it was half waste. The pile will soon be cleaned up when ore will be taken from the mine to supply the mill. A test run of ten tons of the APPETITE'S GONE Food eaten without appetite always causes gastric disturbances, because viloss the glands of the stomach are stimulated by a desire fon food no di gestive juices are formed. Conse quently the food is wasted and clogs tip the bowels. Rr loss of Appetite and Constipation there is nothing to equal the Bitters. Try a dose before meals. It also cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Insomnia and Malaria, Fever and Anue. HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS HAWAII'S REPRESENTATIVE AT WASHINGTON Big Dry Washer Soon to be in Operation. O : : mm For Druns Com poadenc. StrktlT Confidential. uure For DrunKonness, Opium, Morphine and other Drug Using, thoTobacco Habil and Neurasthenia. THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, Dwlght, III, An engine and boiler were purchase! from Brown Bros, yesterday by the of ficers of the Prescott-Arizona Gold Mines company, to be shipped to the mine in the Hillside district, says the Frescott Herald. A fine wagon was al so purchased to be used in hauling the machinery from the station .to the mines. The big power dry washer will scon be In full blast, when shipments of na tive gold will be made to the mint. Th company is In a peculiarly lucky posi tion, having both , quartz and placer claims. The placer ground is known to le very rich in yellow gold. President J. T. Fendegastj this morning shoved the Herald scribe seme of the coarse gold taken from the ground by the dry process. The gold goes very high in fineness, being worth $19 an ounce. The big dry washer will handle many tons of dirt each day. It will be oper ated by means of the engine Just pur chased. It is a novelty worth gclng miles to see. I'. V. Sorenson, or.e of the owners of th;? property and oft'eers of the company, uatented the machine.. Mr. Sorensen. Is a genius. He never needs anything in the mechanical lino that he cannot make himself. o A NEW SMELTER PROMISED. . ! " I 'P4r'"i?--Vv jvrv.i vHl?JVA'St k $ f r,:C-?l ,:tk h 5f LfSif a WHEN LOU BET RETIRED M. Abel Combarien, secretary gen eral to President Loubet, of France, is quoted as saying In a recent interview: "At the expiration of the period of seven years, for which he was elected, the president will step back into the ranks. He is a plain citizen, whom the people haw raised to office for a given time, but he would consider it I contrary to the spirit of the ccnstitn l tion for him to take advantage of his prasent position in order to secure re election." o OF UNTOLD VALUE. Prince Halaniana ol c ('prhvctCUf7d' FfolNCESS Kalniaiiaole Trince Jonah Kalanianaole, delegate elect to congress, the new Hawaian delegate, and his wife, the Princess Kalanianaole. with his private secre tary and attendants, aie new figuies at the national capital. This is the first time "Prince Cupid," as his fol lowers affectionately call him, has come to the mainland in three years. His feolings on the present visit to the United States are in marked con trast to those he entertained on the occasion cf his last visit. When he left Honolulu three years ago he did so with sorrow in his heart with resentment against the while people. They had taken his country away frcn him, he faid, and he would not live in it any longer. But threa years healed thosa sort, and enable! the young man to rea.ch the leadership of his people, end he comes to the halls of congress as the representative of the newest tcnitory of the United States. " The Information Contained in This Citizen's Statement is Priceless There is no doubt that in. the near future Douglas will have another smel ter, bays the International. In a recent issue of the Intranational-American there was a local which fctated that an other smelter would soon be bull', and it is r.ow practically assured. The land has been bought for a custom smelter, northwest of the city. Several acres wera purchased from one of the ranch properties for this purpose, and J2.r'0u wa.i the price paid. This pmelter flit- is In the low lands, and is wen of the Hess section, which adjoins th-; l'irt'e addition. There was also another sale of ranch property in this section of Greater Douglas. Fisbce people paid $5,100. fcr eigh: ceres within the last few lays. It looks as though Eouglas would have hei l.'.-'tO pop il.itinn long lv-rrji-- lh--tla'.e sf-t for this I if; cikim; oration. CLAMING THE WOMAN. IN THE DRAGOONS. Supt. Henry, of the Dragoon Copper Mining Co., was. a Tombstone visiter today. Mr. Henry states the develop ment of the company property is most flat tei ins. At a depth of 4G5 feet in the shaft some rich ore w?.s enocur.te red and samples of the same show the or to Le exceptionally lich in the red met al. The find has not been opened as yet but promises to be one of consid erable extent. Tombstone Prospector. o Some people work overtime trying to get shorter hours. Philadelphia Record. The downfall cf Hl?ir of St. Louis is another of those real life tragedies that with the proper grouping of facta and with right placing of the empha sis equal anything fiction can Fhow. In fjit, they Iwve the advantage of lictioa in that they are played before us on the gieat world stage by living men and women. Mr. Blair but yesterday was rich, re rpocted and happy. Taday ho is pocr, sioned and miserable. He had much vartl;- more than the great nvij'irity o i:i:;r.kird, but ho wanted m.ne, "trov.? f':r more, and lost all even horor. Why fhoiild a man occupying such in enviable pc.-iU;n as Mr. ISlair be tempted to the misappropriation cf funds and othc-n acts that spelled ruin. It is the old story of the woman che did it. It is reported th::t Mr. Klalr's ambition in life was to make his wife a queen among othr wamn ind in society. She must have every thing that other woir.cn had and a little mere. To Mrs. Blahs' credit It must be said that she did not know what sacrifices her husband was mak ing or t what desperate straits he was reduced by his ambition for her. There are many similar tragedies in every city of the lard nut all of them ending in crime, but always in misery and the wreck of happy lives. Some times the wife is the unwitting cause of the sacrifice, somctiim's she Is the responsible cause of Insisting upon a standard cf living beyond the resources of her husband. But whatever the cause, what bau bles are those for which to risk honor and happiness a larger house than the neighbor, r. finer stable, a better car riage, costlier plate, more servants, more expensie entertainments, more extravagant apparel! Life mcy be rich and well worth liv ing without these baubles, but men who would not turn a hand to obtain the real gcods if life rirk all for them. Minneapolis Journal. The hale, the hearty, the strong can afford to toss this paper to one side Impatiently when they read the fol lowing, but any Fufferer in Phoenix who has suffered hours cf torture caused by kidney complaint will stand in his own light if he does not follow the valuable advice offered here. R. D. Ferguson, attorney, with office in Century Bldg., Tucson, Ariz., says: "For a number cf years I was greatly annoyed with kidney complaint. There was little backache, the principal symptoms being too frequent action of the kidney secretions, especially ob servable at night. Doan's Kidney Pills were brought to my attention and one day I called at a drug store and got a box. The first day's treatment con vinced me that they were going to the root of the trouble and I continued until I had finished four boxes. I am not prepared to say that I am per manently cured, but this is an un doubted fact, Doan's Kidney Pills are the best remedy I ever used. They give immediate relief, are pleasant to take, leave no bad effects and act di rectly upon the kidneys. I am pleased to recommend them to my friends and the public generally." Just such emphatic endorsement can be had right here In Phoenix. Drop into the Brisley Drug Co.'s drug store and ask what their customers report. For sale by all dealers. Price .59 cents. Fostsr-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, X. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no substitute. In Ho'ton a man can't be prominent unless he is a preacher, Atchison Globe. A DOUBTING THMOMAS. Sold by leading druggists.' Send 10c. in stamps for sample to The Herpicide Co., Detroit, Mich. Wakelin's Pharm acy, special agent. THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION. Executive Department, Offlve q' the Governor: The people of the Territory of Arizona;, in gracious o.nd unfeigned acknowledgement cf the rich blessing bestc-wed during the year by the' Su preme Ruler, and .ever mindful of their dependence on the bounty of the Giver of all good, should seek flitting-o-caaion to express their feeling oC gratitude and adoration. ' The general health of our citizenship has been good; the treasures of our mines, fcre.sts, fields and gardens have been poured forth in increasing quanti tleaj and the paths of honest -toll and energy have led to comfort content ment and happins-ss. Prosperity has come to, all branches of industry, n.t only in this Territory, but in the Na tion, for which th expressions oC thanks of a grateful people should bo devoutly given. In harmony with the beautiful cus tom of our people cf giving a day in each year to devotion, and thanksgiv ing for the gifts of Providence. I. Alexander O. Brcdie, Governor of th'? Territory of Arizona, do hereby recom mend, in conformity with the proclam ation of the President of the Unite! Staites. that THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1903 be observed as a day of especial devo tion toi thanksgiving' and. prayer, re membering the needy in acts of Chris tian charity and brotherly love, that we may be worthy of the Divine bless ings of Almighty God. In Witness "Whereof, I have hereunto set mv hand, and ccrused the Great .Seal cf the Territory of Arizona to be affixed. Done at the Capitol, in the City of Phoenix, this sixth day of No vember, A. D., 1903. ALEXANDER O. BRODIE. P.y the Governor: . WILLIAM ENGLISH, Assistant Secretary of Arizona. Had His Falling Hair Stopped, and Dandruff Cured, Without Faith. H. B. Fletcher, Butte. Mont., Oct. 20, 1S!!. says: "Like many other people, I have- been troubled for years with dan diuff and. within the la.st few months my hair c ame out so badly that I was compelled to have wbit I had left; clipped very clo.se. A friend recom mended Newbro's Herpicide. I confess that I doubited his story: but I gave Herpicide a trial; now my hair is as thick as ever, and entirely free from dandruff." "Dert.o-y the cause, you remove the effect." Herpic4de Is a de lightful hair dressing for regular us?. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. Washington, D. C, Oct. 31, 1903. Sealed proposals (in duplicate) will be received at the department until 12 m. Tuesday, December 8, 1903, for the construction of about elghter:i miles of canal, pressure pipes and tunnels, together with headworks, spill -ways and gates, for the diver sion and conduction of about 200 cubic feet of water per second, fror.i Salt river, about 23 miles north of Globe, Arizona, for power purposes. Proposals must be submitted in throu bids, one for tunnels, one for pressure pipes, and one for other structuies. Plans and specifications may be ob tained after November 17, 1903, by ap plication to Arthur P. Davis, Phoeni::, Arizona. All bids must be accom panied by certified checks for $1,000, payable to the secretary of the inter ior. Right is reserved to reject any or all bids, waive technical defects, to accept one part and reject the other, as the interests of the service may require. Bidders are invited to be present. Proposals must be inark-d, "Proposals for power canal. Salt river, Arizona." E. A. HITCHCOCK. Secretary. First publication Nov. C. 1303. This, Friday afternoon from 4 to 5 o'clock, we put out our splendid stock of Silk Ribbons at a price that would not pay for the raw silk at the mills. YosM K flUOW What a New 1 or k store 11 i bbon SaleMearis! ONE HOUR WILL SEE THE EFD OF THESE THOUSANDS OF YARDS. Notions 5c Paper Pins at 2 papers for 1c 10c paper Safety Pins at zyzt 10c doz. Bone H.ilr Pins at 4c 5o spool Coat's San Silk 2c 3c package Wire Hair Pins 1c Infants', Children. and Mlsse3 Hose Supporters 6c 10c doz. Pearl Buttons 3JC,c Ladles' 35a Hcwkon Hose Supporters19c Barbour's Linen Thread, spool 6o 10c spool Beldtng's Silk, 3 for 25c 3c spool Darning Cotton 1c 5c paper Needles 2c 10c Binding Ribbons 713 5c Corduroy Binding, yd 2Jc 25c doz. Fancy Buttons 50 Finest Belts, worth up to $1.00, to close at 25o Here's a Yarn Story Our entire stock of Shetland Floss. "Floisher," every color you may desire. sold always at 10c. Chal lenge price, pair 5.000 skeins of Fleisher's Germantown Zephyrs, all colors. Sold everywhere at I2e. Challenge price skein M OOOOOCOOOOOOOOOQOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOGOOGOQOOOOaoOOOOOOOnnnnoorififi o o o o o o o o o G o o o o o o 5,000 yarus of the finest quality all Silk Ribbons, from four to six inches wide Taffeta, Moire, Satin and Fancies black, white, cream and every color-ever made in ribbon yarns, suitable and highly desirable for the neck, hair and fancy work, not a small, mean assortment, but every good color and style is yours to pick from, every yard fresh and new, ribbons that are worth up to 40c TODAY FROM 4 TO 5 P. M., YARD O O o o o o o Q o o o o Q o o o o o o o o o o o G ooooooooooooocoooooooooooooooocooooooooooooooocoooooooooooo A Challenge m Handkerchiefs. Ladies' Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, fully worth 10c. - M Challenge ZL price Ladies' Fine Handkerchiefs, hem stitched and scolloped, lace edged and embroidered. Actual "7 15c value. Challenge ' price 2 Ladies' Linen Handkerchiefs, extra fine. The kind that sells -v at 15c. Challenge J price .' 200 fancy boxes of Children's Hand kerchiefs, 3 in each box; colored border; fast colors. Always sold at 15c. Per box f f Challenge 111 price 1 V Domestics. 6c Calicos, best grades, at yard4?43 8c Amoskeag Apron Ginghamsat yard 6o 8'ic and 10c Dress Ginghams at yd. 5c 10c Cheviot Shirting at yard S'jo 124 Cheviot Shirting, 32 Inches wide, at Ss 6'A'c Outing Flannel at yard is 8 l-3c Outing Flannel at yard . . . . 52a 10c and 12 lie Outing Flannel at, yard 723 A Velvet Challenge "700 yards of Silk Velvets, lots of col ors and kinds, including fancies. SSoM as high as $1.23. Challonufi price, yard 39c Always Better for the Same Money . jniiiL The Same for Less,