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THE ARIZONA KEPUBLICAX, THtTRSDAY MORNING, ' FEBR CTAItY 18, 1904.
3 THERE iSFJO SUBSTITUTE FOR 15,000 tons of ore, which was contract ed for by the' smelter company. WESTERN ARIZONA. Rich Mining Country to be Crossed by Arizona, California and Santa Fe. Absolutely Pure . IT IS A MATTER OF HEALTH THE MINING INDUSTRY DRAINING THE DISTRICT. Drifting One Hundred Feet Below Old Wr.ter, Level. The Tombstone Consolidated Mines company is now operating- at four dif ferent r'.iafts below the water level, and the fact that work Is under way at widely separate points within the limits of the huge water basin that underlie the Tombstone district is a matter of consid?rable significance, in that the water problem Is fast fading away and that each stubborn obstacle of the watery depths Is being over come and made to yield, to the Ingen uity of npproved scientific engineering and modern minin? methods which have characterized the operation of the company says the Tombstone Prcs pctor. x The four points above mentioned are the big main shaft of the company, 45c each will still buy a few pairs of those Children's Sandals at McKee's Cash Store See Page 4. the Emerald, the West Side and Sil ver Thread. At the two latter places which are some fifty feet below the oil water level some good ore is being ex tracted arid shipped, while at the main shaft a drift Is being run at the 700 foot level 100 feet below the water line toward the phenomenal Conten tion and Grand Central ledges, to roach the rich ores that made these proper ties famous in the early days of the camo. This drift is In 120 feet. At the Emerald the incline shaft is now below the water line and will be crowded to the first station, wher. drifting will be started toward th ore zone. When it Is remembered that th-' distance between the Silver Thread on the north and the Emerald on the south Is over a mile and a half, the magnitude of the work of the large pumping plant at the intermediate point in draining this Immense district will at once be recognized. The mam moth pumps keep sending a swirling stream of nearly two million gallon daily to the surface, and the b'g four compartment shaft Is being continued downward to the 10no foot level, which Is the objective point of the company. About three cair loads of ore is being shipped daily by the company to the Fl Paso smelters, and about 100 tons per day Is being shipped from the Lucky Cuss dumps to the same point. The latter dump contained 12,000 to Work will soon be commenced on the Santa Fe's new line west from the S. F., P. & P. railroad, starting from llarqua Ha!a siding, about half way between Martinez and Wickenburg, to run to some point of the main line of the Santa Fe,. about 100 miles west of Needles, California. The following items of mining news frcm the News-Herald therefore are of more than usual Interest because they pertain to the section to be tra versed by the new road: C. P. Hollcraft, formerly a millman of Congress, has bought a stamp mi'l from J. K. Miller, and will erect it at Bill Williams fork to make a test run on some gold prospects that he and his brother J. R. Hollcraft, also of Con gress, recently purchased from S. L. Finley. The property is known as the Higgins prospect, and is about three miles from the old Rawhide mine, and about eight miles from the Rogers group of promising copper claims. The Hollcraft boys are workers and un derstand the mining and milling busi ness, and will make a success of tho venture if it can be done. And it is not likely that they will work against hope, as the grou wey have g-tten hold of Is well known to be about the best in that section of the country. Hon. O. Greer will leave for New Tork in a few days, where he goes on mining business. He has two compan ies which are interested in several good claims out In the coming mining vicinity of Arizona the Colorado river and Bill Williams fork country and he probably Is .going to report his op inions of the new showings made by last year's assessment work. We hopa he will succeed in getting other mem bers of the company in as enthusiastic a state of mind about the propertied as he Is. That would mean that some thing would be doing there in the way of putting the mines in active ojera tion. Mr. Greer will probably be gon for a few weeks, and will be glad as usual to get back to Arizona's mild climate. May success attend him on his mission. O. E. Rumer, who has been making his headquarters here for some time, has removed to Los Angeles. He came here in the first place for his health and says that then he could not stand to work mere than three hours per day, and now he can work six hours easily. This is a strong testimonial for Mar tinez' health giving climate. Since com ing here several years ago Mr. Rumer has been interested in various mines. Once he was one of the principal own ers in the now famous Octave. He is at present developing two likely groups out west, right on the line of the pro posed new railroad. He can success fully work them without a railroad, but with the road which Is an assured fact he has some of the best properties in Arizona, and we expect to hear soma great thing from them in the near fu ture. A correspondent of the News-Herald also writes as follows from the Col orado river: No great amount of change has taken place lately in the general business in terests of this section other than many mining assessments which completed work for 1903. The ' steamboat with its passengers and freight from Tuma arrived- here last week, and we are now listening for Its whistle on its return trip. She was laden with freight fcr Ehrenburg and Quartzite, and I suppose her present freight will belong to those two places. At present we are not as convenient ly rltuated for quick communication with the outside world as some other parts of Arizona, but we look forward to the new future when capital and en terprise will make it one of Arizona's most interesting sections of the coun try, both for agriculture and mineral output, as we certainly have both ele ments In sufficient quality to induce people with means to take It in hand and develop it. Those who live on and adjacent to the Colorado river naturally feel an interest for the outcome and general A TOUCH OF REAL WAR Given Insurgent Dominicans by Am erican Marines. San Juan, Feb. 17. A private ms?a?e has been received, here from Snn Do mingo City dated February 17 which says an American warship bombarded insurgents et Pajarito, near Pan Do mingo e.md then landed marines. Thesj men. however, subsequently re-em- baiked. WHY IT WAS DONE. Washington, Feb. 17. The landing of marines1 at Pajnrleto, near San Do mingo, by an American, warship, no doubt was authorized by the command ing officer as a result of some menace WORTH A KING'S RANSOM Lives to American interests in that section prosperity of both the part of Califor- of tne country. The cruiser Columbia nia'whlch borders on the river and our 19 now near Sa-n Domingo, and the ma l tprritorv as our land and mlnine rlnes landed presumably were from interests are Identical, possessing both good lands and valuable mines. A few words for the old town of Ehrenburg. We have a good store owned by S. M. Wilson, who keeps well stocked with all the varieties necessary for the wants ofall who live in these parts as well as many strangers who j are his daily customers. ! We have had a flourishing little school here for the past five months, successfully and very credibly con ducted by Miss Lottie Lewis, and we are sorry to say her term will soon expire. We hope the county will be able to give us a longer term the next season. We hear that the Gray mines, 05 miles northwest of here. In California, were sold for $200,000 some days ago. $50,000 being paid in. advance. We that vessel. The commanding officer Is Ca.-Uain J. M. Miller- The unsettled condition of affairs in San Domingo, bordering In many places on anarchy, with Its consequent men ace io American interests, has been a source of much irritation to the ad ministration, and Admiral Wie, the senior naval officer in those waters, has been given large discretionary power? to deal with the situation. ' o TEXAS LITIGATION. Houston, Tex., Feb. 17. In the feder al court today an crder was entered 4n the suit of the Maryland Trust Co. against the Kirby Lumber Co. and the Houston Oil Co., continuing the temporary receivership sixty days. At the end of that time the question have not yet seen, any of the parties I of a permanent receivership will be de- interested. cided. Today's" order was made by agreement of all Interests concerned. THE GUARANTEED CURE. CATARRH NEW MEXICO DEMOCRATS. i 1 K A 1t . K . J THE BOSTON STORED A J A A a A A A ' A . A I a : I H. Goodman Will Return Money If Hy omei Fails. No Stomach Dosing. Hyomel has made so many cures of the most chronfc and deep seated cases of catarrh, that H. Goodman con sider it a snecific in this disease. He extends an Invitation to all catarrh sufferers to call at his sti'-o and purchase a Hyomel outfit with the distinct underUanding that It will be absolutely free unless it effects a curt. The chief reason for the unusual success of Hyomel in the treatment of catarrhal trouble and other diseases of the air passages, is the fact that it cures by a new principle, impregnat ing the air you breathe with healing and germ-killing balsams. On this account it reaches the seat of the dis ease In a away impossible to pills, drugs or other stomach dosing. Mary of H. Goodman's customers who have suffered with catarrh, since childhood have been cured completely by this scientific remedy. The complete Hyomel outfit costs $1, and consists of an Inhaler that can be carried in the purse or pocket, a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hy omei. Extra bottles can be obtained for 50c, making It a most economical remedy for the cure of catarrh. Do not suffer longer with catarrhal disorders, but get a Hyomel outfit from H. Goodman, under his guarantee to return the money if it fails. You run no risk whatever. If it cure"?. I the treatment is not expensive, while if It fails H. Goodman will refund your money and it costs your absolutely nothing. They Reject Hearst -But Favor Joint Statehood. Saved fronySowPeru'm mefefrPW Saves Wrhen a man walks down the aisle and steps on flowers which little girls scatter before him and his bride, we claim that he must look like a fool. though no one has ever looked at him close enough to see.' Atchison Globe. o PERFECT CONFIDENCE. Santa Fe.. N. M.. Fcb.17. The ter ritorial democratic central committee tonight adopted resolutions favoring Joint statehood with Arizona. A resolution to endorse W. R. Hearst for the presidential nomination was voted down. o AMUSEMENTS j i -s i ji 5 j t I 5 i Supported by his own powerful com pany Andrew Robson. a dlstinguirhed young actor of romc.ntic characters, will play tonight at the Dorris theater, appearing in what many eminent re viewers consider the most delightful of that wizard of romantic writers, Win ston Churchill's successful novel3, "Richard Carvel." Mr. Robson person ates the title role, his original creation. playing it with all the ardor of the Im-J petuous young southerner and Invest Infj it with rare charms. The part heis brought to Mr.. Robson no small de gree of fame and fortune for the past two seasons. He Is without doubt one of the very handsomest of the stars, being doubly gifted, having a figure of commanding physique and an excellent dramatic technique a. combination rarely met with. Of extreme artistic ta?ts Mr. Robson invests his whole presentation of the play with an, ideality most win some. This artistic personality prevail in the selection of his company, insur ing adequate interpretation of the mul tiple characters of the play the cast actually requiring twenty-six person ages for the exploitation of the Rose dramatiaztion. The whole stage inves titure, with Its four pondern-us scenes. the elaborate costumes, furniture and hangings used In the play's long run at the Empire theater. New York city is carried by Mr. Robson. thus Insuring a truly metropolitan production of the Churchill romance. Regular theater prices, J 1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c. Tl rKS. COL E. J. CRESHAM, Treas- X-L urcr Daughters of the Confederacy, End President Ilerndoa Viljage Improve ment Society, writes the following letter from llerndon, Fairfax county, Va.: ' Herndon, Va. The Pcruna Medicine Co., Columbus, O. : Gentlemen "I cannot speak too high ly of the value of Peruna. I believe that I owe my life to its wonderful merits. I suffered with catarrh of the bead and lungs in its worst form, until the doctors fairly gave me up, and I de spaired of ever petting well a?ain. " I noticed your advertisement and tlie splendid testimonials given by people who had been cured by Peruna, and de termined to try a bottle. I felt but little better, but used a second and a third bottle and kept on improving slowly. foot six bottles to cure me, but tbey were worth a king's ransom to we. I talk Peruna to all my trier.ds and am a true believer In its worth. " Mrs. Col. E. J. Gresham. Thousands of women owe their liv9 to Peruna. Tens of thousands owe their health to Peruna, Hundreds of thou sands are praising Peruna in every state In the Union. We have on file a great multitude of letters, with written pr mirislon for use in public print, which can never be used for want of Bpaee. Addres3 The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, O., for a book written espe cially for women, instructively Illustra ted, entitled "Health and Beauty." K;nl free to women. in contact. nil coia winter nignts i have known him to leave the tab'e when dining at home and go out bare headed to look after the hackmen. He would tell each hackman to take care Of two horses and the otiiers would be told to go into the servant's entrance for a drink and a bite to eat. When the lirpt n.c-n had finished, they would take care of the horses and the other half of the drivers would go for their share. Washington Times. "camille: Where there used to be a feeling of uneasiness ana worry in me nouse hold when a child showed symptoms of croup, there is now perfect confidence. This Is owing to the uniform success of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the treatment of that disease. Mrs. M. I. Basford, of Poolesville, Md., in cnaolrint, tf V. n- omprlpncp in thl use Ji o.,o. -i a nrirt "Camille" was the third bill present of confidence in Chamberlain's Cough nv the Ervin tllunkall company, and T fnr T Ha vo iisprt It with nerfect " io L-e me piece presume J success. My child Garland Is subject 1 so far- I-VlHan Atwqod In the emotional ... i r r a m.'a nvra ina i- r nai nrai'iAtia to severe attacks or croup ana it al ways gives him prompt relief." For ale by al druggists. It is known to a certainty that the dead can't come back or Mrs. Jim Teasum would have come back long ago and stopped her husband's scan dalous proceedings. Nothing ever held her away before. Atchison Globe. Is there a place In the world where a boy has the right to make all the noise he wants? Atchison Globe. o WHEN YOU HAVE A COLD. The first action when you have a cold should be to relieve the lungs. This is best accomplished by the free use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. This Remedy liquefies the , tough mucus and causes its expulsion from the air cells of the lungs, produces a free expectoration, and opens the se cretions. A complete cure soon fol lows. This remedy will cure a severe cold in less time than any other treat ment and it leaves the system in a natural and healthy condition. , It counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia. P'or sale by all druggists. Th young girl with a new fad iTn't a marker to the old one with a wrinkle. Philadelphia Record. title role excelling any of her previous work. This company will give no per formance this evening, but tomorrow evening they will produce the balcony scene from "Romeo and Juliet" and "The Player," a modernized version of "David Garrkk," the famous play founded on the life of the great Eng lish actor, GarrlcK, "East Lynne" will be the bill for the big bargain matinee Saturday afternoon, at which th3 spe cial prices of 33c. and 25c. w'-K prevail The engagement will close Saturday evening, when "Oa.ptain Impudence" will bs repeated by special request. CANCER CURED!! Mr. W. W. Trickett, Smithfield, Ills., writes, Sept. 10th, 1901: r l had been suffering several years with a can- e'er on my face, which gave me great amount of annoyance and unbearable itching. I was using Ballard's Snow Liniment for a sore leg. an! through an accident I rubbed some of the liniment on the cancer, and as it gave me almost instant rener, i ae cided to continue to use the llmiment on the cancer. In a short time th cancer came out, my face healed up and there is not the slightest scar left. I have Implicit faith in the merits of this preparation, and it cannot be too hitrhlv recommended." 25c, 50c ami $1.00. For sale by Elvey & Hulett. THE In a country town the ambition of eAery tough is to whip the town mar shal. Atchi3on Globe. SUN AND CNOW. Sorretirr.es Helo the Hair to Co. In any changeable climate the hair Is apt to become brittle and to break off stubby here and there. This malivs a hair-dressing almost a necessity, es pecially to ladies. In using a h:ilr dressing why no. get the best, one that combines with it the e fficiency of k II ing the dandruff germ, the germ that eats the hair eff at the roots, causing what is called falling hair, ind In time baldness. Newbro's "Herpicide" is that k!r.d of a hair dressing. You have no idea how delightful your hair will feel, and how stylish your hair will ap pear, after an application or two of Ileipicide. It is certainly a wonder ful Innovation as a scalp antiseptic and hair-dressing. Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c. In stamps for sample to The Herplcide Co., Lvtroit. Mich. Wakelin's Pharmacy, special agent. NOTHING FOR THEM IN EATING LINE. Moth-Eaton Muggins Etet's a valu able dog, though, Victor. Verdigris Victor Yes. It gives me a pain ter sos how some folks leaves deir. valuables lyin' around loose Judge. THE ENTIRE STOCK OF Phoenix Shoe- Co. jt now at McKEE'5 CASH STORE See page 4 W H I T N EYS THOUGHTFULNESS FOR OTHERS. CURED CONSUMPTION. Mrs. B. W. Evans, Clearwater, Kan, writes: "My husband lay sick for three months; the doctors stated he had ouick consumption. We procured a bottle of liallard's Uorehound 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 ar.d colds, it has no equal." 25c, 50c and $1.00 bot tle at Elvey & Hulett's. Seeing Things. Nowhere was W. C. Whitney's death more lamented than in Washington, and the sorrow was by no means con fined to his personal friends and inti mates. His democratic simplicity and the deep personal interest he took in all who worked for him won the love of all who entered his employ. Will iam Dietz, Jr., of Washington, told the following characteristic anecdotes of Mr. Whitney this morning: "When Mr. Whitney came to Wash ington as secretary of the navy he did not have a house of bis own and had to seek temporary quarters for the five or six servants he brought with him. My father conducted a cafe in Penn sylvania avenue, between Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets, and was re commended to Mr. Whitney. "The secretary came to the cafe, struck a bargain as to prices, and then asked to see the rooms to be used by the servants. He went through each one of them as carefully as an old maid aunt, examining the beds and linen and stipulating what conveniences the oc cupants should have. After the in spection s he arranged for the meals. The servants were to eat of the bill of-1 fare and to have any thing they wanted in the way of drinks. ' "I do not believe there is another rich man in the country who would have taken the trouble to so thorough- "1 don't see the sense of speakin ? of a mnn an "hlinil rirnnk.' " "Why not? It simply means that he ly Inspect the beds and sleeping apart , o ...n,- vorv rlrnnk thnt he oan't ments of his servants. gee .. ' "But Mr. Whitney's thoughtfulness "But no man is ever so drunk he did not end with those in his employ, can't see. If he's very.vtav drm.k he He was interested in the comfort and can see snakes," Philadelphia Press, happiness of all with whom he came HI JII ihibiii llmi.J llll III W W J i n GREAT DISPLAY OF WOOLENS IN THE PIECE WU. BE MADS AT OUR STORE ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19th AND 20th The full line of Strauss Bros., Master Tailors, Chicago, has been sent to us especially for this event. A special representative long skilled in the tailoring business will have charge of the display. Come and see the swell new designs now shown for the first time. Get pointers on the proper thing to wear. Don't miss this great chance to order your clothes to the best advantage. H. G. FEEKIHGS, 17 West Adams Street. .j ii i i,mw'niKmtunmKWmF.W-WmVv'J'tl'''n'nm,-,''Lm "