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THE ARIZONA KEPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1904.
8 How new Ifii-fiL-sl Hi xmrn f THE MINING PUSHING CONSTRUCTION. Old Dominion Rapidly Assuming Shape Big Cepper Output. The progress of tho construction work' at the; Ota Dominion, to one who has not visited the property for several weeks, is vrry marked, says the ("Hove Silver HU. Several steel building. are no- far enough advanced to make goni nhawing. Of the sev eral plants the meiter arid converter building easily tk-s precedence. It Is now about completed, with the excep tion of the shed In front of the con verter?, and as 4 type d' the modern stel struc ture Is not. surpassed any where in the southwest. The three smelter jackets each 44 x 10 inches -have been erected, but are not cjuite complete. The excava tion for the converter foundations have been fmihd and work cn the foundations,, u a to begin today. The fcreat electric crane from the Niles. i;me;it. I'or.cl company, with a capacity of forty ton and having an anxlliary hoist capable of lifting .ten tons weight was given its first test yesterday and its performance was entirely satisfactory.' The crane was completely under the control of the operator iwid moved a load of steel rails weighing 40 tons with ease and all the power used wu furnished by the small dynamo at the new shaft that lights the works. The generator to operate the crane will be in the power house at the smelter. There will also lie two electric locomotives one to haul slag and the otner to haul charge cars. Thu uiRines have b- n shipped. Three engines. are being installed at the ' smeiter power house, two to generate air for the furnaces and one nlr for the converters. While we were there half of : lly wheel weigh ing seventeen trtns was being moved Into jslace, and the mammoth blower of 20,000 cubic fet per minute and weigh ing fourteen tons was the next big ciiS-tiiig to lc nvveil ' 1 1 to i ce. "The grudirr fore- :s ex :.i vat in-.' frr the flue dust chamber back of and running north from the umelier buiidwig. At the mine- the steel boiler house is completed and the -power house about fwo-thtrtis finished. The new Xord burg Corliss hoist, a duplicate of she hoist in use at the old shaft has been erected. Later the old hoist will be installed at the new shaft. At present the new four-co;npart-ment shaft is down 650 feet, or 20 feet below the tenth -level. The shaft force js now engaged cutting the tenth level pump station, the dimensions of which? will be 59 fet long. 14 w ide and 12 feet hinh. Some or" the ."Steel for the head-frame has been shipped and the intention Is to ereVt it as soon as the steel arrives, and vompiete if possible, by the time the tenth station is. cut. The Old Dominion made the great est output of coppe last month of any like period in the hintory of the mine. The exact figures a given to us by pure. 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Read how Mrs. Frake wrote to Mrs. Pinkham when she was in great trouble. Her letter tells the result, and how Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. " I have read of your medicine making 80 many cures and have been advised to write to you, but I feel that it is of no use. The doctor says that I have womb trouble, but he does not seem to help me a greut deal. I have such a weakness across me most of the time have backache, am very nervous, and am troubled with leucorrhoea. I am very wealt, cannot walk any distance or stand long unless I ache all over. I would like to know if you think your medicine would do me any good.'' Alns. Samuel Frake, Prospect Plains, X.J. $5000 INDUSTRY j Superintendent F. W. Hoar were 1,200 000 pounds of refined copper and 110 '000 rounds of sows running 98 percent I copper. The output this month will be I less as only one furnace is in commis sion at present, although another fur I nace may be blown in later. CLIFTON DISTRICT. A ery little relocating or what is com- ! monly called jumping, was done ij this district on the night of the new ' jeur. Property generally i3 too val- . table to take chances on. ' The Xew England and Clifton Cop per mines commenced ' regular devel op meiit work Friday last with a full ! force of men. The greater portion of the development work will be done by ! machines. George C. Gill, president of the Shan non Copper company, arrived from his home last week at Jloliyoke. Mass.. to look after the affairs of the company at the mine and plant. Mr. CI ill ex presses himself well pleased at the de velopment made at the mine since his departure and also as regards opera tions of the plant under Mr. Bennie's administration. Superintendent I. X. Stevens of th Chase Creek Copper company is now cutting stringers of good ore in the tunnel which he is driving for the dev olopment of the group on the north side of Chase Creek. Some men who are doing development work 011 several claims owned by the company situated in the neighborhood of the Coronado Copper company's property, report having opened up a two foot vein o ore which runs well in gla'tce. Ernest Frye, one of the most suc cessful prospectors in the district, was In town this week from his camp on Cave creek, six miles from Metcalf, bringing specimens of gold, silver and lead. He reports having round a two foot vein of lead ore which he expects will run well in silver. He has an ideal camp plenty of wood and water, and as fortuns seems to pursue some pros pectors, enough stulla dressed and left on the ground to build a good cabin. The new .strikes hao been made in 1'iif, which as a general proposition ca: r'es the richest ore. Mr. Fry..- is (p. nte enthusiastic over his new finds, v.xi believes that a prosperous cam;, isill f-?on be bui'.t up in that section. NEW STRIKE OF MITCHELL CO. Capt. Jas. E. Piper, superintendent of the Mitchell Development, drove into town today. He states that they have passed through the body of ore recently opened up, and are much pleased with the strike. The first ere uncovered carried considerable zinc after which they encountered pea cock ote running 12 1-2 per cent cop per. On this body they worked for forty feet, and are now in granite. Very little water has been encounter ed, which tends to make the workins cf this deposit an easy matter. Capt. Piper states that it is his in tention to sink another hundred feet no woman's uappi ness can be complete without children ; it is her nature to love and want them y;T) as much so u LsT it is to love the 4 Fl 7 pain I a cure was effected by the use of FORFEIT U we cannot forthwith produce the original letter aiij signatures of a bore testimonials, which will prove their absolute genuineness. Lydia K. Pinkham Med. Co., T,;ron, Man. before they commence drifting on the ore body. J. S. Parmelee, president of the Huachuca Development Co., has suc ceeded in handling the flow of water that has been bothering them for some time, and is much pleased with the new pump recently installed. He anticipates no further delay, as the flow does not tax the pump to nearly its full capacity. Bisbee Review. A PROMISING COPPER PROPERTY. The Arizona Colorado Copper Belt and Gold Mining company, whose property is situated three miles north cf Globe, now has its big double com partment shaft down to a considerable depth, and the ore in the bottom of the shaft is solid and of a smelling grade, running high in copper and carrying well in gold. The ore in the new shaft is of much higher grade than that which came out of the company's small shaft which was sunk 158 feet deep, and this small shaft sufficiently proved up the property hence the sinking of the big working shaft by the company on its property, which is on the great copper belt and promises to become one of the big mines of the district. Glebe Siiver Belt. TUCSON NEWS Charles Montgomery Says Stiles and Alvord Can Be Foand. Tucson, Ariz., January 13. (Special Corresprndence to The Republican) The following resolutions have been adopted by the Tucson Chamber of Commerce in regard to union with New Mexico: To the Senate and House of Represen tatives or the United states. The Tucson Chamber of Commerce representing the business of the county of Pima and said city of Tucson, most earnestly protest against the passage of any bill uniting Arizona and New Mexico into one state, for the reasons most potent and obvious. First: The two territories separated by President Lincoln in 1SC3 on ac count of unwieldly size, are much too large to unite in one state in 1904. The union would make a state much too large for practical and economic government the distune e across be ing 6"iS miles, and the distance between extreme points being 750 miles. Second: The two territories have nothing in common more than mere geographic location. They have been separated for forty years. They havn different governments, different codes, different laws, and idfferent histories. The mountains divide them. New Mex ico's water shed empties into the Gulf of Mexico; Arizona's into the Gulf of California. Each territory has differ ent debts, which under one govern ment would be diflicuTt of eauitable adjustment, if indeed, they could ever be adjusted at alt. Each hps its owj capitol one at Santa Fe, the other at Phoenix, each costing a large sum of money. Each has its different univer sities, asylums, penltenturies. school systems. cleemosvnary institutions.. Jn Arizona, English is the universal language, while the Spanish Is the common language of New Mexico. Third: New Mexico has the larger population and Arizona ' Justly fears that in such union her people would be dominated in fiscal and all other civic questions to their detriment. The people of Arizona with marked unanimity oppor-e such union. Such an act would impose on them a gov ernment against their consent and a condition more intolerable than the vassalage under which they have so long unwillingly labored. For these, among a hundred other reasons, this Chamber of Commerce, voicing as it believes the universal sen timent of the people of Arizona, most respectfully pray that no bill shall pass congress uniting these territories into a single state. Each territory is entitled to state hood, but their union would be more disastrous to the inhabitants of eacn territory than thepresent condition. Resolved that it copy of this petition be sent to the president of the senate, the speaker of the house, and two cop ies to Hon. J. F. "Wilson, delegate from Arizona, with the reauest that h pres ent the same to the committee on the territories in senate and house and use "I cannot thank you enough for what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound has done for me. When I first wrote to you I had suffered for years. The doctor said I had congestion of the womb, was troubled with my kidneys and bladder, my back ached dreadfully all the time, and I suffered with bearing-down feeling, could scarcely walk alxjut to do my own housework. I stopped doctoring with the physician and took your medicine, and am now able to do my own work, have no more backache or weakness across me, and can do all my own work. I cannot praise your medicine enough, and would advise all suffering women to try it." Mrs. oamuel rEAKE, iTospect 1'lains, JS.J. Tho Medicino that has Restored a Million Women to Health is Lydia E. Pinkham 's Vegetable Compound liis best efforts avert the threatened calamity. In the main hall of the Odd Fel lows' building Juanita Temple No. 6, Rathbone Sisters, after Installing th-j officers, gave a whist party where prizes were awarded to those most successful in their efforts o take the lead as the best players of the even ing. The prize winners were: Mr. and Mrs. 1 Rdsenstern, ' Henry Stein and Mrs. G. S. Walker.. The occasion was an ngreer.ble ' opening of tho year in the lodge work of the auxiliary of Tuc son lodge Xo. 9 K. of P. Only last November Juanita Temple No. 8 took it place in a formation of a grand temple of Rathbone sisters in Arizona. In August. !!n, n lodge of the Ord ;r of Railway Clerks was organized sin -e which time it has met on the second and fourth Saturday evenings of each month. This local lodge has a mem bership of almost twenty-five and on Saturday evening the following new officers were installed in the bancuet room annex to Odd Fellows' hall: C Meston. post chief clerk: A. S. McKil ligan. assistant hi"f cierk: Dale Tos sing, chaplain: William Undenfell. re ceiving clerk: William R. Culver, as sistant chief clerk: E. P. Hart. S. S. McKenna. P. (;. McDonald, trustees. The officers installed enjoyed an ovstes supper at Millers following the work of the meeting. This organization iii about to evole a plan to entertain the new members to be added thl month together with immediate friend of all the members. The entertainment will probably occur on the evening of January '12. An effort will be made to increase the membership to fifty dur ing the current month. Manager James Alger of the South ern Pacific has arrived and departed for El Paso in his special, making hi3 annual inspection of the Tucson divi sion. In the party are L. R. Fields, superintendent of Oregon lines: J. If. Wallace, engineer of maintenance of way; A. K. Roome. superintendent of telegraph; J. A. Nangle. assistant gen eral manager of the Sonora railway, S. P. Co. lessee; T. It. Jones, superin tendent of the Tucson division. Ari zona and New Mexico: C. K. Clarke, resident engineer of the Tucson divi sion. The special will make a short stop at Tucson returni-ng west. Mr. B. F. Maxwell of south Fifth avenue entertained the Friday Whist club on the occasion of their last meet ing. Mr. J. F. Kates, general secretary of the Y. M. C. A. will visit the city very soon in the Interest of theassociatlon. The work of Mr. Kates at Los Vega has been a great success. He has ar ranged for a $15,000 building at that point and is desirous of doing similar work in Tucson if possible. A dime social will be held at th? home of Mrs. Dan Lowrie on south Fifth street next Friday evening. Th affair is to be given for the benefit of the Ladies' Aid Society of the Metho dist church. The cases of Quon Quong and Sarr Kee have been postponed until Jan uary 20 in the United States Commiss ioner Culver's court. The Chinamen were arrested by Deputy United States Marshall Hill on the charge of being unlawfully in the United States. Flower of Cactus Lodge Auxilliary or the Vlrotherhood of locomotive Firemen will give a leap year dance on February 22. Colonial styles in cos tumes will be in vogue that evening. It will take place at Odd Fellows' hall. D. S. Cochran the contractor wfll begin work early this week on tho first of four cottages to be erected on Millenberger street and Oossettu avenue. Machinery for the Bradford Devel opment company has arrived at Vails for delivery nt the California mine of the company in the Santa Rita's. The double compartment shaft is down forty-five feet and progress in sinking is made at thte rate of three feet per day. F.arly yesterday morning burglars emptied the triple compartment store Plot machine at the Rlchel'eu saloon on east Congress street. The burglars entered the back yard through an open gate, unlalhed the hook of a screen door and then attempted to open a locked door by cutting out a panel. This effort wa: given up and the door was forced open breaking loose the lock from -the joint. The owner of the machine thinks there must have been all of eight dollars in the three sacks, allowing for the winning. forerunner of womb troubles. She all female ills, such as irregularity George Daily of this city, brother-in-law of Judge Barnes, is now In char.ze of the Old Yuma mine twelve mU'.s west of the city. A. B. Claik is now head clerk in Chief Dispatcher Bonordosl's office vice Mr. Johnson who left for Canna nea recently. Mr. Sparks has been connected with C. M. Burkhalter's of fice in the A. O. U. W. building. The last meeting of the Saturday Whist club was held at the residence of Mr3. Barnes, the next meeting will be at Mrs. Hi'ienion's on north Main street. Twelve prominent society lad "es of Tucson are members of this club. Mrs. Akers. Miss Akers. Mrs. M. H. Barnes. Mrs. R. K. Shelton. Mr. Core. Mis. Nr.ve. Mrs. Hinemon, Mis. Manning. Mrs. Steward. Mrs. Franc'-, Mrs. Burton and Mrs. Wright. Mrs. Mary Jones of Devils Lake, North Dakota, Is expected to arrive here at an early date. She will visit her son T. W. Jones, the S. P. engin- eer. Carlos TuHy, Junior, has accepted a position In the San Francisco post office and his delivery route is now in (charge of F. E. Hurley. E. D. Stapleton of the Areadian Pharmacy has returned from Assump tion, Illinois, where tho funeral of hi wife took place. Mrs Stapleton died in Tucson two weeks ago and the re mains were accompanied by her hus band to their former home in Assump tion. O. II. Clemens, editor of the Milwau kee Sentinel, came in from the Twin Buttes and returned to camp this af- ternoon. He Is visiting Mr. Klakeney nnd Is In no hurry to return to Mil waukee as he has fallen in love with our Arizona climate. E. M. Elliott, organizer of the United Modern lodges is hero from Denver. Postmaster J. B. Anderson is in town from Helvetia. Lieutenant Philip H. Sheridan, son of the late general, came over this morning from Fort Huachuca. C. C. Winnil is also a late arrival from the Fort. United States Attorney F. S. Nave Is In Phoenix. Mr. J. H. Campbell, h!3 assistant Is in Yuma. Attorney W. P. Miller of Tombstone was In town en route to Phoenix to attend court. Judge William II. . Barnes, Colonel William Herring. V. II. Hereford. F. S. Nave and A. Orfila are in Phoenix on legal business and also to attend the meeting of the Arizona Bar associa tion. Charles Montgomery, the famous scout and hunter, spent the greater part of the past two weeks In Tucson. It was his second visit to the old Pueb lo In twenty years. Montgomery, who makes his headquarters at the Sun Rafael ranch at Lochiel has Just been employed by Mr. W. C. Greene to po lle his ranes and has been, commiss ioned among other things to take up the trails of Alvord and Stiles. He stated that he oxp-rT-ted to capture both of those notorious outlaws. He claimed to have positive knowledge as to their whernbouts and If they are hiding where Montgomery claims they Are it is not far from Cananea. Montgom ery in his frontier trapping. attracted a good deal of attention while here especially among the winter tourists and visitors. He appeared at the theater one evening in the character istic dress, entering a little late and for a while he was the center of attrac tion. Montgomery Is In his sixtieth year but says 'he is today a strong?r man than either of the bandits whom he intends to capture. Dr. S. H. Ford of St. Louis has pre pared a biography of his son Honor able Rochester Ford, which will sooa be issued in book form. It is "The Story of a Successful Christian Law yer." Mr. Ford was one of Tucson's ablest lawyers and his death last sum mer was regretted by the entire city. .The Foresters Degree of Honor, and the United Moderns hold meetings to night. The Thirteen club which is in the third year of its existence will cele brate the next anniversary Friday evening, January 29. J. F. Owen has sold' his automobile to W. H. Barnett of this city. Fred Rondstradt's new and attrac tive dwelling will be ready for occu pancy by February 1. It is situated on north Sixth avenue, which Is one of the prettiest streets in Tucson. J. H. Bauman, receiver of the land office expects to move into his naw MM U . .PI home on east Third street during next week. Alfred S. Donan, receiver of lleer man's Stationery company. Hied his re port last week at a meeiing of thi creditors. The afiaire of the company are now.'.n the hands of William Daily who was selected trustee by the cred itors at a meeting held in the office of Referee Kingman. Mr. Daily has taken charge and is expected to do all pos sible in his disposing of the goods and declaring dividends for the benefit, of those interested. Court Reporter W. F. Cooper has secured the use of the office next to the district court clerk's department. S hool Superintendent Augrea has moved to the second floor on the Pen inrton sfeet entrance. The Eagles. will install their newly electee! officers Wednesday evening. There will be a time after the cere monies, something new and original. John W. Daily cjf Carthage, Illinois, is here on a visit to his sister Mrs. W. H. Barnes. Will 15. Kelley of the Bisbea Review sr.d other Cochise and Graham count" pavers spent yesterday in Tucson.. Hon. Charles M. Shannon Is expected to return t.T Tucson (luring the - last week of this month. .rs. George Myers and Miss Ger trude Myers have returned from Nstco, accompanied by Edgar Myers who has been ciuite ill at Naco lately . o THE SCARCE ALBINO DEER. An albino deer with a coat as white as snow and eyes a delicate pink, was killed in the Canyon mountains of fouthern Oregon recently. It was one SIMPLE Here we see Simple Simon. You remember he met a Pieman. Were the Pieman's Pies made with Cottolene ? Oh, no; that was long ago, before Cottolene hed ever been heard of. Then the Pieman's Pies were made of Lard ? They were. They must have been Heavy, Hard and very unpleasant eating. They were. Did Simple Simon eat them ? He did. That is why they call him Simple Simon. Poor Fellow! In his day there was to Cottolene, but now "Cottolene covers a multitude of Pies.' Cottolene will be found at good grocers. Sold only in sealed pails. 20-page Cotto lene iTimer, illustrated in colors, from which above is one page, sent free on request. Haila only by THE N. K. FAIEBAHK ihmm 11 1 IpiL ill of the very few albino deer ever seen in the mountains of the west. Old hunters tell of seeing them, usually separate from the main herds, at var ious times during the early days; but they were too shy to be approached near enough to be shot. The deer killed In the Canyon fnountains was witit four other deer when found .and had not this been true the hunter would not have taken it for a deer. Its while coat made it far more conspicious than the remainder of the herd and it is per haps for this reason that the albipo deer are shunned by their mates. THEY CARRY COAL FOR LUCK Recently a burglar in an English police court was found to carry a piece of eoal in his pocket "for luck." Many English criminals think coal car ried about with them gives good for tune. A bol.ef !n coal as a talisman is said to have been held by the early Britons, and It is frequently found in their b'jriai places converted into per sonal orr.air c nts, such as beads. Be lievers in Cre ams maintain to dream of coal is a certain sign of coming riches. Then, too, there was a fam ous speculum, or mirror of divination that caused a great sensation in the sixteenth century of Dr. Dee. which was formed 0F1 canal coal, though the doctor pretended to have received it from the angels. Worth the Sacrifice. Staylate May I have a kiss before I go? Miss Weary If I give you one will you really go? SIMON. COMPANY, Dept. 299 CHICAGO. inrw -.-.I . "FOLLOW THE FLAG." Wabash Ni&ga. za Falls Short Lino Weekly tourist car Santa Fe to St Paul; weekly tourist car Southern Pacific to St Louis; daily sleeping car Southern Pacific Lo Chicago,, Inquire of agents for partic ulars. ROSS C. CLINE. P. C. P. Agt., Jjos Allele.