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1 TIE ARIZONA KE1ITBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING,' APRIL 27, 1904.
8 THE MINORITY WON (Continued from Page 7.) . consistent with their policy not to run amuck. vvo affirm the principle thnt the law hould not be too weak for the fti-on,. and vet too strong for the weak, bu.. rithe'r thot all should be equct before th law, and special privileges gianel to none. We adhere to the Jeffersonian 6Vc- : trine that the government should be of, the people, by the people, and Tor tlv r,,rvin nnd that no inan or class if. mrn is born booted and spurred to rld? over a people and we therefore crn-t demn the present colonial policy of th Tiljlican party. I The disclosures of corruption in the fptomce department, the general land. .ctf.ee. and other branches of the ra- tional irovernment are but a scinti.lat t1 the evidence of corruption which j ruld be disclosed were a thorough Investigation made. The democrati..- fmrty, if intrusted with this invest!gt-i lhi. will have no favorites to shield. M will clean and purge the severe li departments of all those who are; miilty of corruntion and malfeasances In orTice, and will not allow the statute! of limitation to be worked overtime. W'm oppose the system of government by injunction, and declare for a sys- irm which will Insure to the wage earners their Just and equitable share in the products of their skill end la bor. I We have in William Jennings Bryan n true, tried and faithful servant of democracy and we pledge to htm not only our sincere sympathy, but our earnest and hearty support in his man ly endeavor to place the democratic party upon the high plane of justice S where it of right should stand, in the broad glare of sunlight, the beacon light of liberty throughout the world. We recognize as democrats only those who have stood by and for tha party during the national campaigns of 196 A HON lNI0XlCyT III K .ALT H0PS.l.Nj i v 111 Mitchell Mining' Co. (LA DICHA MINING AND SVELT1NG CO. OF MEXICO. CAPITAL STOCK, 5C0.00O SHARES. PAR VALUE, $10. FULLY PAID AND NON-ASSESSABLE. DIRECTORS. GEORGE MITCHELL. President nnd Treasurer L'tfs Angeles. Cal. THOMAS H. ANDERSON', First Vice-Presider.t. Judge Supreme Court,' Dis trict of Columbia, W. S. BOTSFORD. Second Vlce-Pr; s d?nt. Pres. American Nat. Bank, L03 Angeles, Cal. C. E. CRAUY, Secretary Banker nnd Broker. Los Angeles.Cal. SAMUEL W. WOODWARD Woodward & Lothrop, "Washington. D. C. B. F. Cole "Washington, D. C. GEORGE A. FITCH Los Angeles. Cal. R. E. MORRISON, Attorney at Law. formerly U. S. District Attorney, Pres cott, Ariz. JACOB WEI DM ANN Silk Manufacturer. Paterson, N. J. K. D. ELSON Manager at Mines. HARRY MITCHELL Manager New York Office. WALTER R. HENSEY Counsel. New York. REGISTRAR AND TRANSFER. AGENTS. AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Los Angeles. CaL DEPOSITARIES. AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Los Angeles, Cal. BANK OF CALIFORNIA San Francisco, Cal. NATIONAL CITY BANK of New York. UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN TRUST COMPANY City of Mexico. LOCATION OF MINES Districts of Braves and Tavares. State of Guerrerro, Mexico, about 40 miles In an air line from Port1 Acapulco. KXTENT OF VEIN Upward of five miles in length, averaging 1000 feet in width. CHARACTER OF THE ORE Chalcopyrite, self-fluxing, requiring no con centration before going to the furnace. COST OF LABOR About 45 cents, gold, per day. The company has been em-. Iloyinff for the laat 13 months from 300 to 400 men per day. COST OF FUEL, laid down at Acapulco, $5 per ton. It is the intention of the Company to erect its works on the coast. THE MITCHELL MINING COMPANY DOES NOT OWE A DOLLAR. ALL ITS PROPERTIES ARE FULLY PAID FOR AND TITLES CLEAR AND FREE OF ANY ENCUMBRANCE. The company owns titles to 1C4.000 acrea of the very best quality of oak and pine timber; all paid for "and free of encumbrance. It has about $2, 000,000 worth of timber on its lands. Tie Company also owns a Water Power sufficient to operarte all machinery for mining, smelting and refining, and to furnish motive power for an elec tric railroad connecting the mines with tidewater, the saving from which alone will pay 10 per cent on the Capital Stock, over and above other similar companies. TIIE MINES ARE BEYOND THE PROSPECTIVE STAGE AND FULLY DEVELOPED. THE COMPANY HAS IN SIGHT 70.000 TONS OF ORE, ASSAYING FROM 40 TO 74 PER CENT.. WHICH HAS A VAL UE OF ABOUT $30,000,000. THIS ORE CAN BE SHIPPED AND AT LEAST 80 PER CENT NET PROFIT MADE ON IT AS SOON AS ITS RAILROAD IS COMPLETED. IT ALSO HAS ABOUT 4,000,000 TONS OF 4 TO 10 PEP. CENT. ORE. . Two stem hoisting plants are now In Orjeration on two different shafts. Two air compressor plants are in course of construction as well as two lar ger hoisting plajits. It is th intention of the Company to ship the high grade ore as soon as Its railroad is completed, and to bund Its reduction works from the profits received from the shipment of this high grade ore. THE COMPANY IS TAKING OUT FROM J3.000 TO $3,000 WORTH OF ORE TER DAY NOW AND STORING IT IN SHEDS AWAITING THE COMPLETION OF ITS. RAILROAD. WHICH IT EXPECTS TO COMPLETE IN FROM 6 TO 8 MONTHS. THE COUNTRY IS ENTIRELY SELF-SUSTAINING. THE COMPANY OPERATES A LARGE RANCH FROM WHICH IT SUPPLIES ITS OWN CAMP, AS WELL AS NEIGHBORING TOWNS, WITH BEEF. ORN. WHEAT, COFFEE, VEGETABLES, FRUITS AND-ALL THE NECESSARIES OF LIFE. The rroperty has never been advertised before, for the reason that trie Com pany wanted it to be past the Prospective stage before bringing it be fore the public. The Company is offering another 15.000 shares of Treasury Stock at $10, and 10,000 shares at $15. reserving the riht to reject any or all subscrip tion. ,The stock Is slllnct- very rabidly at $10, and the 15,000. shares will not last long, when the Company will Increase the price of the jtock to $15 because of the enormous in crease In the Intrinsic value of th mines. Main lt checks payable to MITCHELL MINING COMPANY, 52 WALL STREET, NEW YORK OR, 622 BRADBURY BUILDING, LOS ANGELES, CAL, and 1900 and exf 1 s, our unalterable op position to any ?a ndidate for president who was not a n aggressive advocate of the election of ,the regular democrat ic national ticket in those memorable ;eais. j n William Rani dolph Hearst we have :v leader who ha never faltered In his party allegiance, , a friend to labor, to wealth honestly ; cquired, anl lo. legiti me tr business m .hods both public and 'i ivaie. A man .vhom we believe can iioll the full democratic and reform vote of the natlot- and lead the party to victory In the 'coming campaign.- Our delrgntes to. the territorial con vention are hercb: instructed to, vote its a unit on all q Cations coming be- -fore tb .Tucson cDr jvco'Ion and use all "honorable means t 0 secure the selec-' lion of that Fterline 'young democrat of Tempo, "nil Hayc" en. -as delegate to to the national conv t-ation at St. Louis, p;nd to "end from A; riwna a full delega i5on Instructed to v otif for and use all r:r'.t 'urate means to secure the nomin :iiion of William Randolph Hearst for jrvsMent of the Un ft ed States. Then cure the it ort of the commit te cn delegates hich phesented in the first place the apportionment a'nd then the list cf del egates to Tucson. Tho lit was heac';ed by Carl Hayden who was ramod as chairman 'Cf the di-legation and inciluded as delegates at larg: Sam F. Webl and J. II. La.ngstofc. Jt was hero that' the first and only dlscmpion was pit cipitated. Kugene S. Russell believed that the precincts should have the choosing' of the dele gates. The plan adopted by the con vention' was unde mocratic and would be fought on the- floor. Mr. Hayden though he was tin th ewinning side. agT?ed with Mr. , Russoll, and moved that th? report of the committee so far as fr rr l.it 'd t i ntt oortlonment, should be aV.opted and tb. erest of it should be laid cn the table. C. T. Wood began digging up ancient history. lie remind'l Mr. Russell that two years ago at Tanpe when he was In the majority the sti.me plan had been followed. A committee appointed by the chair hostile to the minority had forced a delegation in this manner. 11 Back to Sound Health Speedy convalescence, new strength and appetite foU low the use of TRADE MFtK. The perfect malt-tonic and flesh builder. It is a pre-digested food, easily retained by the most deli cate stomach. All Druggists sell it. Prepared only by Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n St. Louis. U.S.A. St. Louis' Greatest Sight is the Anheuser-Bfsch Brewery. See it while attending the Fan . It was not undemocratic then it was not undemocratic now. W. T. Smlih, who was on the side of Mr. Russell in that memorable struggle, explained that at the present time there was nothing to fight about; everybody was for Hearst and there was nothiig but Hearst at stake. But he ingenuously added, at Tempe there was a bitter fight and, said he, "We had to do it." Mr. Russell began to throw great chunks of ancient history back at Mr. Wood, accusing him of having fought a part of the democratic ticket two years ago, to which Mr. Wcod retort ed that anybody who accused him of fighting the ticket at that time was guilty of a falsehood and he proceeded to say that' Mr. Russell had designs upon the harmony of the proceedings for he and two other persons had spent the night before trying to devise means for turning the convention into a Parker assembly. THE DELEGATES. Order was restored and the motion of Mr. Hayden was passed. Then the following list of delegates to. Tucson was made up: Phoenix, First ward: E. S. Russell. E. B. O'Neill, Theo. Olea, H. A. Hughes and W. B. Cleary. Second ward: L. R. Kruger, .1. W. Ambrose, H. H. McNelir Venon L. Clark. Third ward: Jchn T. Dunlap, T. E. Farish, Seth Byers, Hans Herlkk and George P. Bullard. Fourth ward. W. T. Smith, W. C. Dawes, N. A. Sanders and P. G. de la Lama. Tempe:, Kyrene, Jordan and District 3.": Carl Hayden, W. T. Cummings, Thotnas Monow and W. 'A. Mouer. Mesa and Lehi: H. L. Chandler, John L. Waring and Frank T. Pomeroy. Alma: Orin Standage. Osborn, Johnstone and Cave Creek: C. B. Wood. Alhambra: M. L. Acuff. Wickenburg: W. J. Murray. Cart.wrlght, Fowler, Orme, Glendale and Peoria: J. P. Ivy. B'iCkeye, Arlington, Liberty. Meridian anx Agua C'aliente: Charles Williams, T..N. Clanton end J. F. Willccx. At large: Sam F. Webb and J. H. Langston. This concluded the business of the convention. But there was one thing which so far has been mentioned only cas ually. That is the the para graph of the report of the resolu tions committee endorsing and think ing Col. J. F. Wilson. When that, re port had been adop'Led Dr. H. A. Hughes presented the following: Re solved, that our thanks are extended to Col. J. F. Wilson for the faithful work 'n securing national legislation favoring the reclamation of arid lands by the government and especially in securing government aid for the terri tory cf Arizona. Dr. Hughes said that this resolution was brought in for the purpnse of dis pelling an erroneous impression. He j said that credit for the redd mat ion j work that had been going rn had been j given to a great many people mostly j republicans who had had less to do , with it than Col. Wilson. The doctor said that ha happened to know that the reclamation of arid lands had been tie life work of Col. Wilson for niiny years; he was the greatsst reclaim r of them all. He had been at it almost from childhood. This .resclution was adopted. A certain significance is attached to the ruloglJ-s of Coi. Wilson whic;h at first glance seemed irrelevant. The convention was engaged in throwing up entrenchments about the colone', against attacks which will be made upon his positior. by Mark Smith nxt fail. . BEAUTY AND STRENGTH. Are desirable. You are strong and vigorous, when your blood is pure. Many nay, most women, fail to properly digest their food, and so be come pale, sallow, thin and weak, while the brightness, freshness and beauty of the skin and complexion, de part. Remedy this unpleasant evil, by eating nourishing food, and taking a small dose of Herbine after each meal, to digest what yoa have eaten. 50c at Elvey & Hulett's. MR. BREN, A DEMOCRAT. To the Editcr of The Arizona Rrub Jlcan. Sir: My attentkn has bten called to an article in The Phoenix Enterprise of April 3, under- this . caption: "lie Should Know Some Other Thirgs, Our R. R. H. Democratic Friend is Given a Little Enlightenment," signed "Edviu S. Eves, Keiviu, Arizona." Being one, who is at all times ready and willing to be enlightened, I read the article referred to, very carefully, with the hope of learning ".some other thincs." Alas'. Alack! 1 I waa disap pointed. Rome years ago an eld newspaper ir,an gave me this advice "See here Boh, .above all thinjs never lose your head." Mr. Eves seems to be very decidedly mixed. I thanked the editor of The Arizona Republican for his article on the subject of "How the States Are CJoing." This article, Mr. Eves failed to have printed. I aloo thanked him for the quality and quantity of truth ful sclitical news published for the in formation of that branch of the dem ocratic family, residing or sojourning within the territory, who are free from obligations to Mr. Hearst. It certainly is not a crime to thank persons who perform their duty. Mr. Eves names ten cr twelve gen tlemen, who, he says, are democrats, and have not repudiated Mr. Hearst, In this, he reminds me of the story cf the man, who had been arrested for drunkenness. When the judge asked him what he had to say, he answered "not guilty your honor, not guilty." "What," said the judpre, "you deny the charge inpite of the fai t that three or four honorable citifcens have testified to having seen you drunk." "Why judge," said the prisoiirr, "would you find me guilty because three or four witnesses said they f;iw me drunk? May it pleare your honor, if you will grant me a half hour's leave of absence, I will be able to bring in three or four hundred honorable citi zens, who will be able to swear, point blank, that they never saw me drunk." Mr. Eves innuendo that the letter signed "R. R. B." was not genuine, that it was written by some one In the office of or connected with The Arizona Republican, that it was not written by a democrat is unjust to all con cerned. I, who never voted for a re publican, nor any other than a straight dyed iu the wool, simon pure democrat ( am the anther of that letter. With j this statement I dismiss the subject, j Very respectfully, 1 ROBERT K. BItEN. WALKS WITHOUT CRUTCHES. 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T'ASPOi-:. 110 N'. Center St.. Phoenix. J. ERNEST WALKER. Phoenix. "Just as Easy" COPYRlGhT.N to ccok over gas as over coal or ker osene much easier In fact. But you ought to think, too, of the freedom from dust and ashes, the Immediate produc tion of heat, the saving of temper of wife, cook or housekeepers. No delay ed breakfasts when you use gas. Ask us all about It. Phoenix Light & Fuel Co., Cor. Int A. ni JerTersom. TeL 2i01 10 '! : kit, ifA.t$i:2-J2 I I !. ,, I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. FORM NO. 1. PROPOSALS FOR INDIAN SUP PLIES. Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, Washington. D. C. March 21, 1904. Sealed proposals, indorsed "Proposals for beef, flour, etc." as the case may be and directed to the commissioner of Indian affairs. 2C5-267 South Canal street. Chicago. Ills., will be received until 1 o'clock, p. m. of Tuesday, May 3, 1904. for furnish ing the Indian service beef, flour, bacon, beans, coffee, susar, rice, tea, and other articles of subsistence; also for groceries, soap, baking powder, crockery. rgricultural implements, paints, oils, glass, tinware, wagons, harness, leather, shoe findings, sad dlery, etc., school supplies, and a Ions list of miscellaneous articles. Sealed proposals, indorsed "Proposals for rub ber goods, hardware, etc.," as the case may be, and directed to the Commis sioner of Indian Affairs, C02 South Seventh street. St. Louis, Mo., will be received until 1 o'clock, p. m., of Thursday, May 5, 1904. for furnishing for the Indian Service, rubber goods, boots, and shoes, hardware, and medi cal suppMes Sealed proposals i;idorsd "Proposals for blankets, woolin and cotton goods, clothing, etc.," as the case may be, and directed to the Commis sioner of Indian Affairs, Ncs. 119-121 Wooster street. New York City, will be received until 1 o'clock, p. m.. of Tues day, May 24, 1904. for furnishing for Indian Service, blankets, woolen and cotton goods, clothing, notions, hats and caps liids must be made out on government blanks. Schedules giving all necessary information for bidders will be furnished on application to th Indian OfhVe, Washington, D. C; the U. S. Indian warehouses, 119-121 Wooster street. New York City; 2C5-267 South Cunal street, Chicago, 111.;. S15 Howard' street, Omaha, Nebr.; 602 South Seventh street. St. Louis, Mo.: the Commissaries of Subsistence, U. S. A., at Cheyenn?, Wyo., and St. Paul, Minn.: the Quartermaster, U. S. A., Seattle. Wash.; the postmasters at Siou City, Tucson, Portland, Spokane and Tacomk; and the Manufacturers and Producers' Association of Cali fornia, San Francisco, Cal. Bids will be opened at the hour and days above stated, and bidders are invited to be present at the opening. The Depart ment reserves the right to determine the point of delivery and to reject any and all bids, or any part of any bid. W. A. JONES, Commissioner. First publication April 9. 1904. Office Constructing Quartermaster, Whipple Barracks. Prescott. Arizona, February 0, 1904. Sealed proposals subject to the usual conditions will be received here until 3 p. m., March 13, 1901, and then opened, for furnishing the labor and material for the con struction, plumbing, gaspiping, heat ing, and electric wiring of brick hos pital. Plans, specifications, and oth er information in this office and in the offices of the Chief Q. M., San Fran cisco, Cal., and Denver, Colo., and Constructing Q. M., Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. Envelopes containing pro posals should be endorsed "Proposals for Hospital at Whipple Barracks, Ar izona" and addressed to CHAS. C WALCUTT. Jr., Constructing Q .M. SEALED PROPOSALS Indorsed "Proposals for Building Material, etc.," and addressed to Chas. W. Good man, Superintendent U. S. Indian School. Phoenix, Arizon-.. will be re ceived by him at the school until two o'clock p. m. of Wednesday. March 23. 1904, for furnishing and delivering at the school, as may be required during the fiscal year ending June 30, .1904. 74,000 feet of lumber, 30,000 lath, 58,000 shingles, 62 windows and doors, 10 transoms, 180 barrels of lime, 200 bar rels of cement, 125.000 brick, one cen trifugal pump (capacity 360 gallons per minute), 4:.5 pounds of electric -wiring, COO rosettes and sockets, 2.600 Insula tors, brackets and tubes, 272 switches, plugs and cleats, 1,000 feet of drop cord, 1,200 feet of moulding, 12 dry batteries, 15 lead traps, 400 feet of soil pipe, 11 closets, 4 slop-sinks, 4 bath tubs and 8 radiators, besides a quanti ty of tees, ells, etc., a full list and de scription of which may be obtained at the school. The right Is reserved to reject any and all bids, or any part of any bid, if deemed for the best Inter est of the service. All articles offered under a contract will be subject to a rigid inspection. Each bid must be ac companied by a certified check or draft upon some Vnited States depository or solvent national bank, made payable to the order of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Tor at least 5 per cent, of the amount of the proposal, which check or draft will be forfeited to the United States in case any bidder or bidders receiving an award shall fall to promptly execute a contract with good and sufficient sureties; otherwise to be returned to the bidder. Bids accompanied by cash in lieu of certi fied check will not be considered. For further information apply to. Chas. W. Goodman, Supt. A. C. TONNER, Acting Commissioner. First publication March 1. 1904. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING OF THE CI ENEGUITA COPPER CO. The anntfal meeting of the stock holders of the Cieneguita Copper Com pany, nn Arizona corporation, for the election of directors for the ensuing year and for the transaction, of such other business as may properly come before tbe meeting, will be held at the office of the company, rooms one to four, Nicholson Eldg., corner Center street and Broadway, In the city of Phoenix, Arizona, on the 17th day;-of May, 1904, at 10 o'clock in the fore noon. The transfer books will close at the office of the company, 25 Broad street New York, on the tenth day of May, 1901, and will remain closed until after the annual meeting. GEORGE BEEBE. President. . SHIRLEY CHRISTY, Secretary. A DEMOCRATIC VIEW. A crazy man was taken to the asylum last week from Cochise county. He i for Hearst for president and imairin-M that he controls 50,000 votes. Net alt those who advocate the nomination of Hearst are crazy.. Some need the money. Globe Silver Belt. o- Tt is said that a woman either makes or mars a man's success.. Perhaps that s why successful men are so scarce. Chicago News.