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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 10, 1904.
flyers Cherrv Pectoral Doctors rarely have hard colds. They keep this old cough remedy in the house. Coughs, colds, weak Iunes. kwf,eM..' THE MINING INDUSTRY J ORE AT BRADFORD. President Dwight Received Newi That Ceppr Had Been Struck at 100 Feet. A tefesrraphlc communication receiv ed in yesterday afternoon from tlie liradford Development company. wlxK property is located near Tuc son, g'tve the information that copper had fen struck in the morning in tlio shaft at a depth of 100 feet says the Bisbee r.eviv. The welcome message was received by V. L. Dwight. of this city, who Is president of the company. The extent of ihe find was not divulg ed in the telesram. but Mr. Dwight firmly believes that the disclosure made is of great importance, as the management at the mine would not have sent the news unless it w.r. meant to be highly encouraging. The Bradfoid property consists of thirty-one claims in the Helvetia and Empire mining district. Pima county. The company is capitalized with less shares, probably, that any other de velopment company in the territory. Fifty thousand dollars is the amount of capital stock divided into V-OO shares. Only one-fifth of this amount li on the market, the remiiinder being held by the original nurchasors of the property. The company was organized last October, and shortly afetrward com menced work on the land acquired. I'vom the start the shaft was sunk thiough a formation of schist, but re cently the miners got into line, and then a change of a most favorable na ture took place until yesterday the copper ore was exposed at th-? bottom. Air. Dwight expressed himself as neing iu:te confident that the pioperty will net its owners excellent results for their investments, as th- claims ar? splendidly located. tions are highly encouraging he ore body having taken a dip. taking its size and quality along with it and showing a strong disposition to go down. The whole ore body runs from 16 per cent to 20 per cent. It looks "mighty good" to tho management. They al ready have several tons of this ore on the dump. Bisbee Miner. o MOHAVE COUNTY NEWS. Latest Reports From Rich in the Northwest. Districts STUDENTS AT DOUGLAS An Elaborate Description of the New Copper Queen Smelter. AT THE HIGGINS. There is a time when every body if Interested in some particular property. This time it is the Hisfgir.E. The Higgins is making sieady pre parations for its two drills 83 mention ed several days ago, but thoy want to know how that strike ) panning out. .- Instead of drifting away from the strike, they are follqwjng the ore body with all its " dips, spurs. angles, ppd sinuosities." This they are doing in the Jiopo of being led by it onto the mair. ore body and at the present writing the rondl' ' a J M ALL eHri&l3 AMD lilt, WUUfc APPRECIATE Nature's Gift. from the Sunny South otto len (a Shortens Mir fwd-lMtlos your life . ec&use it makes healthful and delicious food. As a frying and shortening medium it has no equal. It is far superior to lard or cooking butter. Cottolene is healthful because it is a product of nature, being made of fcftned yegetable oil and choice beef suet We guarantee the purity.. Cottolene is also a clean product ; the fact that it comes in securely sealed tin pails insures this. Bulk lard, on the other hand, is open to re cieve all the dust and odors imaginable. Cottolene-cooked food is more digestible than food made from hog lard. . It makes food rich but not greasy food which any stomach can digest. If purity, healthfulness, cleanliness and economy appeal to you, ask your grocer for Cottolene. USE Yi LESS. Cottolene being richer than either lard or cooking butter, one-third less is required. Send u a 2c tt&mp to par postage and well mail you a copy of Our book. 1 VXrfX Home Helps." edited by Mrs. fcorer. which contains 300 choice recipe. . Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Dept. 299 . Chicago. - -. AN INDESCRIBABLE TORTURE Because Rheumatism sometimes comes on suddenly it doesn't prove that it is & chance disease or one due to accidental causes. It takes time for it to develop, and is at work in the system long before any symptoms are felt. The blood is the first point of attack, and thft poisonous acids that cause the aches and pains are then distrib uted through the circulation1 to different parts of the system, and tettlc in joints, muscles and nerves ; and when the system is in this Condition it needs only some exciting cause like exposure to night air, damp, chilly weather, or the cold, bleak winds of winter, to arouse the slumbering poisons and bring on Rheumatism. The severity of the attack depends upon the amount of acid in the blood and the ouantitv of acrid matter in the Joints and muscles. Some peo ple are almost helpless from the first, while others have occa-' ional spells or are uncomforta ble, restless, nervous and half sick all the time from the nagging aches and pains. Rheu matism is a disagreeable com panion even in its mildest form. It grows worse as we grow older, and frequently stiffens the joints, draws the muscles out of shape and breaks down the nervous system. A disease that origin ates in the blood, as Rheumatism does, cannot be cured with ex- ternal remedies like liniments and plasters ; such things scatter the pains or drive them to some other part of the body, but do not touch the disease or improve the condition of the blood. The thin acid blood must be restored to its normal purity and strength, so that all poi sonous substances may be carried out of the system, and no medicine accom plishes this in soshortatime as S.S.S., which not only neutralizes the acids and counteracts the poisons, but builds up the general health at the same time. Write for our special book on Rheumatism, and should you desire any special information or advice, our physicians will furnish it without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA RHEUMATISM IN ELBOWS, WRISTS AND KNEES. TJrbana, Ohio, Aug. 25, 1008. Last winter I had a severe attack of Rheumatism. It started in the right elbow, and from there to my wrista; the right wrist was the worse. It became swollen and extremely painful. My left knee joint was the next place to be at tacked. It became swollen and of course pajnful. The next point to be affected was the hip and ankle, which s;ave me much trouble. I was barely able to tret about for some time. I was under treat ment of a physician for awhile, but Ret ting no better I beg-an S. S. S, and after taking- it for some time I was entirely relieved of the Rheumatism. All swelling and soreness disappeared. I consider 8. S. S. an excellent remedy for Rheuma tism and all troubles having their origin in the blood. GRIFFITH KELLV. 408 Bloomfleld Ave. The following: items are taken from tho Mohave County Miner of Feb ruary 13. Some miners have been put to work on the C. O. D. mine this week. - Ths property will soon be working a larp-e force of men. William P. Fryne has made an Im portant strike on the mines owned by Chris Thompson, near Sherum's Peak. The new ore carries splendid value In gold and silver. The Minnesota & Arizona Mining company is working a few men on the old Eldorado mine In Oold Basin, and is opening up a good body of ore. The mill has been saving a large 'percent age of the values contained in tho ores. The recent strike of ore in the Oro Plata mine continues to improve with work and it is now thought it will be the most important find made in tint property. In this part of the mine years ajo very rich ore was found, but the richer gold zone was thought to be the most promising and all leasers worked there to the exclusion of this part of the property. We understand that Milford Steele and Courtenay Baylor, Interested in the Sorpresa Gold Mining & Milling company, are expected in Kingman n a few days and that after their arrival work Vi'l be started up on the mines' below Kingman. It is the intention of the company to put a mill on the ,ron- erty and work the ores from the minos located last summer O. F. Kuencer. one of the best known mining engineers on the const, came in from the San Francisco district Wednesday evening. He made a thorough inspection of the mines of that region, especially the German American. He visited the Lelaind mine find mill and believes this company hns a great property. The Leland peo ple are soon to Install a cyanide plan; to handle the tailings from the plates. A number of mining companies a now operating along Bill "William Fork and many more are contemplat ing going In there. That whole se'.ilon is a vast store house of miners! unl when the railroad is built in there property values will go up v.-lth it bound. Mining operators hould get in now and take advantage of the bar gains that now can be obtained. The building of the big dam at Parker will give the country cheap power for the operation of mines and reduction plants. E. S. Osborne and C. "W. Wardwe'l have taken over a group of mines near Parker end hereafter they will be known as the Wardwell & Osborne ctoid. The eentlc-men have built a barge arid last Monday shipped to the mines six tons of mining and house hold supplies. Mr. Osborne and fam ily will take up their residence at Par ker and work on the mins win o : started up with a good force Of men. The properties are among the best in the region. The ores run r.iirh In gold and copper and are in one of Ihe best copper belts in Arizona. Tuesday last the Gold Road snipped a $20,000 bar of bullion to the mint by j way of Needles. This brings the shl;. ; ments ot bullion up to $42,000 In the ! past thirteen days. At this rate of pro i duction the mine Is fast becoming a j world beater. With the addition of labor saving devices this mill win one of the largest producers on the coast. It is presumed that the man agement has decided to put In electric al transmission lines from the rail road to operate the mhies and the mill and at the same time make many Im portant changes in the reduction and handling of ores. John Kemple and son are working on a mining claim near the Great West and are getting good ore. It Is rumored that the Hoffmans have struch a fine body of ore In the lower workings of the old Paymaster mirfe, north of Cerbat. Work is progressing satisfactorily on the Keystone, at Mineral Park, Good ore has been found in what is known as the "back ledge" and on which a shaft is now being sunk. Some, rich ore is being taken from the mines of the Gold Road company. Samples of ore runnig as high as $2,000 to the ton were received in Kingman this weok. We have not been able to learn the name of the property from which the ore came. The south nart of Mohave coun'.y appears to be creating considerable interest in a mining way. In that sec tion there are many large veins of cop per and gold bearing ores that better transportation facilities would make very valuable. At the present time It is practically impossible to ship ores from that country to market unless thev are very rich. No ores running lower than $100 per ton will net the sh'pper anything above freight and treatment charges. o CURED CONSUMPTION. Mrs. B. W. Evans, Clearwater, Kan., writes: "My husband lay sick for three months: the doctors stated ho had ouick consumption. We procured a bottle of Ballard' JJorehpund Syrup and it cured him. That was six years ago, and since then we always kept a bottle in the house. We cannot do w.'thout it. fcr coughs and colds, it has no equal." 23c, 50c and $1.00 bot tie at Elvcy & Hulett's. , Douglas. Feb. 14 (Speclil Correspond ence of Tho Republican) The mining class In Its tour of Inspection devoted a very profitable day to the study of the new Copper Queen smelting plant at Pouglas. The erection of this plant and that of the Calumet and Arizona com pany have made Douglas vhat It Is today. Douglas Is a town of 4000 liv habitants on the American side of the line and about 600 In Mexico. The place has had a rapid growth in the last two years and has a fair start towards be ing a large city In the near future. It now boasts of a good school system, for which much credit should be given Professor Thomas Grindell, who has 500 pupils in his charge and eight teachers. The Copper Queen store is one of the finest in the territory. The town Is well laid out and building is advancing with rapid progress. A motor car car rier passengers all over town and out to the smelters. The E. P. & S. W. runs two daily trains from Bisbee aide from the regular seivice through to El Paso from Benson. The grade from Bisbee is down all th? way. This fact, ami also the fact that the town is an intermediate shipping: joint, caused '.he selection of Douglas for the location for the smelters. Sev eral important mining companirs make Douglas their headquarters. El Tlgre mine, only a few miles south, is among the fabulously rich mines of the south west while dozene of smaller proper ties are being opened up with encour aging results. The boom in real estate is about over and prices remain steady. As soon a artesian water is found In large enough streams, irrigation wlH help develop h surrounding country, which Is like all Arizona soil, very prolific. Price are very rea.ronfj.ble and altogether, bat ring the dust, Douglas Is a good tonyn. The Copper Queen smelter is without doubt the latest and most approved plant in the country. The result of two years' travel; Inspection and careful study by Mr. Uansrdon and the entire management of the Phelps-Dodge com pany, with their vast expesience in the reduction of copper. Not a point has been ovei looked and cost has never stood In the way of procuring the best obtainable. There are many new fea tures about this plant that stand out prominently In keeping with other mod ern methods. The work Is almost en tirely done by machinery, mostly run hy electricity. The ore Is brought from Bisbee, Globe and Moronci In patent or cars, and dumped in long trenches 1000 by 41 feet and 15 feet deep. These pits are three in number and serve a doubl purpose as a storage reservoir and a mixing tank. A large sampling plant is being built alongside an3 every car is sampled und dumped at a certain place In the pit. By ireing the oxide and sulphide ores against each other, along wirh the gangue of the different ore?, a proper charge can be supplied. The Immense storage pits will be drawn on daily and will enable the smelter to run Independent of the Irregularities in transportation and other unavoidable delays. A steam shovel will teload this ore into small motor cars and these will be run down to the furnaces end dump ed automatically by electric power, The furnaces will be fed from the silts entirely by motor power, the doors of the furnace being moved by hydraulic power. These furnaces are cort-iderei the most modern designed. There are five of them 41 feet high, 62 Inches wide at the top of the Jacket. .The tops of the furnaces 'about the Jackets are lined with fire brick the first twenty five feet orn four sides. The Jackets are made of three-eights inch boiler Plate In three sections. The whole is set on ten feet of solid masonry. Rcom is left on the south end of the building to Increase the furnace capacity later. Five converter stands will be enough for the present. Two large era no., for ty feet above the converter floor, with a lifting capacity of eighty tons, will hsiulle all the matte and other material below. These cranes are the largest In the country, having a span of sixty feet. All except the power house Is under one roof. The slag pots are very much larger than any heretofore used In copper smelting. They are conical and will hold about ten tons. The set tlers are very large and oval shaped, seventeen feet by eight feet act ops. The dust chamber is an important feature and has small rods hung all through It in such , a manner as to produce eddies in the flylna flue dust and by this method the dust !s collected at certain tap holes and retained. The big stack stands 204 feet above the ground and it twentv-flve feet In diameter. The power house is designed to de velop 4r.(K horse power, besides the gen erator. A machine shop and every oth er necessary department, is nearing completion. This plant will probably handle custom ores and do considerable smelting of ores from properties other than the Copper Queen, which be'ong to the Phelps-Dodge company. The com pany owns large tracts of land in and "around Douglas and is making this the central plant. Just R short distance from the new smelter of the Queen Is the Calumet and Arizona company, a close second to its rival in many respects. At the present it is turning out from forty-five to fif ty tons of almost pure copper against the Queen s fifty to fifty-five toni. Of course, when the new smelter Is run nine, in about a month, these figures will be duplicated by the Copper Queen comoany. The Calumet and Arizona cmelter has been running a litte more than a ye air and is a very economical plarit. Mr. James Woods is superintend ent. BOTH SIDES OF IT. "ineres a humorous as wen as a serious side to everything," remarked the home-grown philosopher. "Pray elucidate," said the dense party. "Well, take a banana peel, for ex ample," continued the wisdom dis penser. "The other fellow who stexa on it sees the serious side and you see the humorous side." Chicago News. o Tl;ere are a few self made men and a lot of self made blonde women In the world. Chicago News. mwm To m 1 1 I S.J r..: :-;..' ,.,:"? IP sweeten. 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ALL YOUNG FELLOWS. Cures Colds, Coughs, Catarrh and Grip. J'.-st Breathe It. Hyomel Is nature's own method :"or curing catarrh, colds, coughs and dis eases of the respiratory organs. It is the oruy natural treatment for the cure of these troubles. Hreathed through the neat pocket in haler that comes with every outfit, the air that passes Into the throat and lungs, is identical with that on the mountains, where it Is laden with heal ing and health-gU Ing balsams. It searches out and kills disease germs in the most remote and minute air cells of the head, throat and lungs, it soothes and heals all Irritation of the mucous membrane. Hyomel is prescribed by physicians generally. Many of them use it them selves to break up a cold and prevent pneumonla. The complete Hyomel outfit consists of a neat inhaler, that is so small and convenient that It can be carried in the pocket or purse, a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomel. ' This costs but $1, and it will cure any ordinary case of catarrh. In chronic and deep seated conditions, longer use is necessary and extra bottles of Hyomel can be obtain ed for 50c, making it a most economi cal treatment for this disease. H. Goodman has so much confidence In the power of Hyomel to cure catarrh and other diseases of the throat and lungs that he sells it under his per sonal guarantee to refund the money to any purchaser in case it fails to give satisfaction. He takes all the risk himself, and Hyomel costs you abbso lutely nothing unless it does you good. Rev Edward Everett Hale, the r.ew chaplain of the senate. Is 84 years old. A day or two after he began his duties he went into Senator Hoar's committee room. The senator was not there but his clerk was. Mr. Hale walked around the room and looked at the pictures. Then he turned to the clerk and said: "I thought the senators were old men.' "Well." said the clerk, "most of them are pretty old are they not?" 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