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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MOKNIXU, 3IA1SC1I 31, JiMM. Mining Supplies Ezra W. Thayer 124130 E. Washington St., 127133 E. Adams St. "I had tmnbl with rav howHa which mor.fr my blow I tin pur. Wv lure wn coy ml with iimt.- whi-'h ii'i external romiy could rrnmvc. I trun yiiir ra-tfiirt'ta and cn'at was my when the Tiniiilf dinappearctl after a month's Mly nf. have r'rtnimfntfd them t all my friends ana qui a lew ha !mnd relief." O. J. Pus.-h, il Park Av.. New lork Uty. N. X. j&P$i Best Tor 0 The Bowels ' I ICAWOYTAOTIC j aTi 1 silver values. The ore was uncov ei?ed the day before operations were oiilercd discontinued last falllwhen the mpney markets became so panicky. Tl'V" company Is now amply financed to ca.Ty out its plan of development, vh k-h Involves large, expenditures. Thi-woik of sinking will be rushed as fast as possible with power, drills." The equipment includes hoisting plai.(. and air com pressor, both of fair cap:eity. as well as other modern ma chlr ry, necessary to the economic com diet of mining opemtiojis. The Rosalie group cf nines. com prising elevens claims, is reached over a wiigon road, constructed at an ex-pen.-rof several thousand dollars, hist year, from Mayer, and Cordes siding, the riearet t railroad stations. Journal-Mii4-r. BUILDING TRAMWAY TO THE- RAILROAD Stili Working Good Force on New berry Property in Pinal. V. V. Lander, vice president of the Newberry Mining company which has 22 claims in Superstition mountains in the Pioneer district, Pinal county, and located about four miles from Cochran station on the P. and E. rail road, is in the city for a few days on mining business and will leave shortly for Boston and other eastern points to make purchases of machinery for the mine. He reports that the work on the claims is showing: up a fine grade of ore and there appears to be no end of it in sight. The Newberry prop erty is one of the few- in the develop ment stage which has been steadily operated in that district through the panicky times. About 30 men are now employed on the property. It was first located in 182 and at the time was considered a coming sil ver proposition but later the silver petered out and the copper and gold values were discovered in encouraging quantities. H is a reformed or self lluxing ore and runs according to con servative estimaies about $ in gold and 4 per cent copper. There are four distinct and parallel veins on the prop erty and some of the ore can be quar ried on the surface. Concerning the development work, Mr. slander says that at least five miles of tunneling, cross-cutting and other workings have been completed. There are four shafts down from 2S5 to 350 feet. An SOU foot tunnel is being run into the side of the mountain which will cross cut the vein at the 3"0 foot level. From the mouth of this tunnel Is be ing built an aerial tram operated by the gravity system, to the railroad for the transportation of ore. It will have a capacity for 1000 tons pep day but is being equipped with only buckets enough for 200 tons per day. This tram will reduce the cost of transporting the ore to a nominal sum. There is suffi cient water to work the mine success fully. The outcroppings have been found to extend for a distance of 22,000 feet. The vein says Mr. Lander widens as the depth is greater, from 14 to nearly 100 feet in places. He is very enthusiastic over the outlook and per dicts for the camp a great future. A townsite is now being laid out. The property Is practically controlled by four parties. The machinery which will be added to the equipment of the mine will comprise a 150 horsepower boiler, dynamoes and other parts for an auxiliary plant. SAILING OF THE FLEET FOR PRESCOTT TODAY H. M. S. Pinafore Will Raise Her An chors at 8:30 This Morning. Plfnt. Pa'..itihl. Pntcrt. TastflOnnd. lViOood, Never sickn, Weaken or rir" 10c. ;5c,5ito. Never old in hulk. The enuirnt taMt tiimlsd ICC. Guaranteed to cure or your money back Sterling Remedy Co.. Chicago or N.Y. too AKKUAL SALE. TEN KILLIOX BOXES THE NISSB0N A resort for gentlemen. The original BUDWEISER BEER on draught. FRANK CONNELLEY, Prop. Mrs. H. H. McNeil and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kasterling. It has been suggested though no de cision has been arrived at yet, that the opera will be presented again to Phoe nix on the return of the company from Prescott. the entire proceeds of the entertainment to be divided among the charitable institutions of the city. The members of the company are gratified at the appreciation, financial and oth erwise fhoivn them here and they be lieve that this is the best way they can reciprocate. . The people of Mcs:i have made over tures for the presentation of Pinafore there at an early date and it is possi ble that their wishes may be complied with. N w York society !n the past has prnv.idcd many weird anil wonderful entel tninments Vf the edification of the .country In general. There have born .monkey dinners, dog suppers, doll ! baby suppers and innumerable ot:.cr furctiiis of the same sort until It see.ned as if the limit must have beer, j reached. V.ut now one more new fad j peril. ips ti e strangest of a!! has been I addeir to the list the Hath Breakfast. The l'frst. event of this sort ever given I her- tfk place this week when thirty I of New York's society women garbed in bath robes and kii -onus attended a' function Jn whic.. a ' 'urkish bath and J a plunge were the no -el features with j breakfasr. served between dips. That New Y rk society is In need of cleansing physically through the me dium of uilriitional ablutions is one charge which has never been made against it, and eonstiuently th. bath i broeltast must be regarded not as an offo-t at the virtue ranked next to; god! n ss but merely an attemi t to in- i vent some new form of entertainment, j Like a.il its pred'-cessors this new form ' of ati.uscmenl is likely to pal! on the j jaded society pilates of. New .York's 400 to give way in tum to something new. ! a Mm I XJiKy III 1 I ill HERE'S I A I SUIT THE MEN TOO KNOW THE SUPERIOR QUALITIES OF SUCKERS. SUITS AND HATS are the men who hove put them to the hard est tests in the rough est weather. Cet the oriamol Towers Fish "Brand made since 1836 catalog rrse rox rue ASrtrvo ma A J TQwfR CO 60JT0N V S H. M. S. Pinafore of the Elks' Navee will sail for Prescott this morning with a full complement. The comic opera will be presented to the Prescottians tonight in much better form even than it was shown to the Phoenix audience and there was no complaint about it. The first night of its appearance here there was a suggestion of newness bu: that had all worn off by the second night and members of the audience said that the perfoimance was much better than they had seen it in pro fessional hands. The excursion today will be attended by about 150 persons. Kvery member of the cast will be there and also a full orchestra". Many of the members of the com pany will be accompanied by relatives. Paul Henau Ingles will escort his mother and Frank Connelley will b? accompanied by his sister. "Baby" Liebnow will be in charge of her moth er. Among the excuisionists will be Mr. and Mrs. Selim Michelson, Mr. and MAILLARD'S CHOCOLATES NEW YORK CITY We ask you' to compare these with any 60c or SOc chocolates. MAILLARD'S Chocolates, large variety, with filling of the finest texture. J0 !'('r I'oiind. ' MAILLARD'S French assorted Chocolates and Ron lions. 2oC. We have about a hundred other kinds eonailv rood PHOEN'X BAKERY AND CONECTIONERY, EDWAR D EISELE, Wholesale. Establish ed 1881. Retail. c-v . tTCPM SON k& TO NOW IS THE TIME TO ORDER YOUR SPRING SUITS We have the finest of material to select from. The latest styles, the best workmen, and the prices reasonable. It always pays to get the best. When you decide, come to the fash ionable emporium that has a reputa tion that has been standing for years,' and one that will continue to stand. D. Nicholson IMPORTING TAILOR. Cleaning and Pressing Department in Connection. There is more Catarrh In this section of the country than all other diseases put toci-ther. and until the last few years was supposed to he incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced It a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science lias proven catarrh to lie a constitution;! I disease and there fore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the onlv constitutional cure on the market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoouf ul. It nets' directly on the blond and mucous surfaces of the svstem. They of.Vr one hundred dollars fhr any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address: F. J. CliKNKV & CO.. Toledo, Ohio. Sold bv lrupcists. 7.V Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa tion. THE ROSALIE GROUP. ENTRYMAN'S ERROR DELAYS MS TITLE i An Unusual Situation Has Just Been THIS LABS L STANDS FOB S3 YEAItS Of KNOWING HOW 5i e i 5 I ' that a great many men will wear this spring. Nothing loud cr swift about it. It's just a styl ish, handsome, conservative suit. A Gentleman's Suit The illustration will give you an idea of the cut, while' the fabrics are rich and modest, cheviots and worsteds, at . Twenty-fiYs Cellars We are never too busy to wait on you and arc always at Jour service, timid picking time noyv. You'll Co Better at G"0. C. Messe. genera! manager of the Rosalie Copper company, will leave here today for his company's proper ties, twenty-five miles southi ast of May-T. where he will resume opera tions, the property having been closed ili-wn since the inveptien of the reccnl financial fhrr; Speaking of the proposed operation to a Journ:;l-?liner representative, last evening, he said: "It is the intention to sink the shaft to a depth of no feet before any extensive driiug or cross cutting is comnieiieeci. The shaft is now down IIS feet, showing three feet of ore in the bottom that samples L'.l per cent in copper, besides fair gold tUTURE AND A WOMAN'S WORK tv im. . . g i IT IT''.''I' -A ' '-...iirWf. Sty fish Hats - ti' I -J Get good ideas of what is the y 4 ... &;&,.. . ... i.'ie t .latest in Millinery by calling fat our store and examining our big and varied stock ofj ' handsome hats. FMIilOQ CLOAK AND i Hn.lBkJ SUIT HOIISF LYDIA E. PINKHAM Nature and a woman's work com bined have produced Hie grandeht remedy for woman's ills that the world has ever known. In the good old-fashioned days of our grandmothers they relied upon the roots and herns of the neld to cure disease and mitigate suffering. The Indians on our "Western Plains to-day tan produce roots and herbs for every ailment, and cure diseases that baffle the most skilled physicians who have spent years in the study of drugs. From the roots and herbs of the field Lydia E. Pinkham more than thirty years ago gave to the women of the world a remedy for" their pe culiar ills, more potent and eflica cious than any combination of dmgs. Lydia E. Tinkham's Vegetable Compound is noyv recognized as the standard remedy fnjj woman's ills. Mrs. Bertha Muff, of 513 N.C St., Louisiana, Mo., writes : " Complete restoration to health means so much to me that for the sake of other suffering- women I am willing to make my troubles public " For twelve years I had been suffer ing1 with the worst, forms of female ills. Durinir that time I had eleven different physicians without help. "No tongue can tell what I suffered, and at times I could hardly walk. About two years apo I wrote Mrs. Pinkham for advice. I followed it, and can truly sny that Lydia E. l'inkham's Vegetable. Com pound and Mrs. l'inkham's advice re Ftored health and strength. It 13 worth mountains of gold to suffering women." r. What Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound did for Mrs. Muff, it will do for other suffering women. A case a little different from any of record has Just come up in the land office in the course of the examination of proof by a man by the name of HrandenburB to s forty acre tract In Hual county. In the course of the ex amination of BrarvJenburK it yvas brought out that seventeen years ago he had boupht a part of a forty acre tract of land fpn a man by the name of Kllhun; who had squatted on the tract some three years before. Brandenburg began the improvement of the place and planted an orchard, now one of the best in that part of th coupjry. Sometime alter that Ki! burg made u homestead entry of three forty acre- tract in a line south of this and an title had never been secured to the ordinal tract owned by himself and Kilhurg the latter proposed that he be allowed to apply for title to the whole of that tru't. Then he yvould execute a deed to Brandenburg for the area be had sold him as a squatter. HrandenburB' afterward made entry of the tract now in dispute, thinking he could enter it as an adjolnins home slrad. The examination disclosed that though he had complied with the law In all other respects he had never re sided on the land, not thinking It nec essary to do so. With that disclosure all further steps toward a final proof were barred and Brandenburg was ad- vised to see a lawyer. He culled on Judge Rurnett who after hearing hitT case advised him to withdraw all proof and begin over again by erecting a tent or shack on the property and making that his residence. iGoiierg's Outfitters to Man and Boy Will Kimball, who hafc a position with the government at Sac.iton. was in town Thursday from his post, and returned yesterday morning. 11. P. Holladay, the druggist, made a business trip to Granite ITccf yes terday. Walter Lubkin. government photog rapher at Roosevelt, was in Mesa yes terday, and left on the noon train for Phoenix. FOR SALE Vive room brick house, newly built and pehled finished, one block from car line on north side; has large screen porch, barn, buggy shed and chicken house: two lols. each 50x120. The best snap in the city. Terms given. Price S1S00 COLE BROS. Real Kstate and Rental Agency, 210 W. WASH. PHONE B 451. For Sale j i ; I So acres close to Ccntvr S't., at a i (bargain: S 1 1 - per a'-rc I A modern hi. use on North Center St.. j completely furnished, for J5. '. j For Sale or Rent A ."-acre tract 'with geo.l improvements, well fur ! nished. J. L. IRVIN 11 NORTH FIRST AVE. GREEN HOUSE WHITE CUT FLOWERS, GERANIUMS, FERNS. CHAS. BURROUGHS, 1133 East Monroe. Phono CAVE CREEK'S CONTRIBUTION. There was received yesterday at the office of the board of supervisors one wild cat scalp from Cave Creek. It was sent down by Justice McCormlck who however did not try to deceive the board by representing that he was the taker of the scalp. It had been as signed to him by the actual slayer. Henry McCleave. MESA BEST PAYING Orange Grove in the Valley FOR SALE This grove paid last season a 1 1 net return of $4,000.00. or 10 per cent on a valuation of $40,000.00. u. n ..it ; (mnnnnn :t l n taken soon. (Continued from page 12.) THE SPECIAL TRAIN TONIGHT. The excursion train which will carry the Mesa K. P. delegation to Phoenix this evening, td participate in the reception and banquet to be ten dered Supreme Chancellor Barnes, will leave the M. & P. depot at 7 o'clock. Quite a number of folks who are not going to the K. P. festivities, are arranging to take advantage of the low rate for the rounj trip, which Is 50 cents. , The wives and daughters of the knights are especially invited to attend the reception and banquet. S40.000.00 to Loan Spaulding-Rlnard Co. IB 200 West Washington St. Opposite Ford Hotel. Everything New and Up-to-date Call and sea us; our v.'ork Is first class and our prices low. Give us a trial and we will please you both with our work and prices. Johnson &. Bemsbottcm Practical Plumbers, 22 N. Sec- ond Street. Thone Black B4L Repair work promptly taken care of. THE CHURCHES. Methodist Episcopal church Sunday March 22, regular services. Sabbath school at 10 o'clock a m., preaching at 11: Kpworth League at 7 p. m. tfnd evening services at 7:45. Rev. G. II. Adams of the Methodist church of Phoenix will preach both morning and evening. Raptist church Sunday school at 10 a. m., preaching services at 11 o'clock: evening service at 7:45. The public is cordially invited to all these meetings. Rev. C. Sidney Maddox, pitstor. Latter Day Saints Sunday school at 10 a. m.; preaching at 2 p. sm. and M. I. A. at 7:30 p. n ROUND ABOUT TOWN. Mrs. C. II. Davidson and her mother j Mrs. Corbln of Plainville, Illinois, were guests yesterday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Spangler. . ' Mrs. P. D. Hughes, formerly a res i ident of Mesa, but who now resides at Glla Crossing, left Thursday after noon for her home. While here she was the guest of Condffdtor and Mrs. Diamond. W. A. Jackson of Los Angeles, who is a special agent of the Palatine and Commercial Union Insurance compan ies of London, England, Is in the city in the interest of his companies. W. T. Barr territorial agent for the Pacific Mutual of Los Angeles, is here representing that company. Money to Loan On city residences and ranches In amounts to SUIT. NO DELAY. Real Estate, Loans, Insurance. Marshall, hay & Co. 3 SNAPS ; 160 ACRES ALFALFA, Absolutely i the best ranch in the valley, finest improvements; w ithin three-quarters ; of a mile of car line. $oo per acre. 1 80 ACRES GRAIN Within 2U miles 'of town, at $103. If you know a good ' thing when you see it, look this. up. " 40 ACRES NEAR GLENDALE. At fine for melons or beets. ORANGE LAND at $lla and tip-I wards. Elliot Evans Co. 15 East Adams Street. 4 DOCTOR HIBBARD Delay is Dangerous Are yon sufferinir from some chrenii affec tion? Mate no ruUtakr, restore your health at once, (tet expert medical treatment. Re liiemlwr your life may be involved in treat inc vour ailment. Iisases which have at'ibhorn iy refused to yield to ordinary medicines. nnrhri. anil . rl nraw .M rt 111 Lr 1 V tfieSt Ci and cured. Have yon reached or passed that staee? fcikin. Blrhvl and Private Disease rith all their destroyine. harmful and poisonous ef fects are completely eradioiten from the sys tem without the use of injurious drugs. Dr. IliMtArd is an educated pccialisl. hit refer ences are all the hnnks of Phoenix, all the county and territoriffT offlciiils. as well as the representative business men ot Arizona. The Doctor is honest with tha sick. It your case is curable he w ill tell you. If not, he will frank ly so inform yen. Thus you will save time, money and expense, t'ancer and external Growths successfully removed without the knife or severe measures. The knife is a fail ure in a lurtte per cent of rases. Do not be de yeiviil ii you have a zrowth no matter how sit!h11. whether pain'e?. or nor. it is sufficient and should he immediately removed before it is too late. ConsuluUion Free. Hibbard Build init. 26--JS R. Second Avenue, opponite Court House I'laza. Hours 10-12. 1-3. 1 9 West Adams. SALE AND RENTAL PROPRETY. OWN YOUR OWN HOME AND STOP PAYING RENT. I only have fourteen lots left of the twenty -eight in the beautiful ML Pleasant addition and if you want one or more you will have to see me soon, as they are going fast. One block from car line, graded streets, city water; regular size lots at $ir.O a piece. Terms $2.."0 per week or more. To let. a very handsome new mod ern built six room brick cottage on "the avenues at $3" per month. To let, three good houses at $12 per month. To let, three nicely furnished houses at $25 and $30 per month. J. H. KINNEY, Fire Insurance, Real Estate, Surety Bonds. 25 East Edams Street. PHOENIX, ARIZONA. WE HAVE one of the best 1U0 acre ranches In (lie valley, all In alfalfa, good improvements. fine location, very productive and close in. Price $123.00 per acre. This land is worth today $ I r.O.on per ac.ro and will pav good returns on that valuation. We Also have NO acres of alfalfa that is Just as good a buy and at the same l rice JlJJ.tio per acre. Holh of these places ar $25.0(1 per acre below the market price. 200 W. Washington St. Opposite Ford Hotel FOR SALE CHEAP Eleven large lots, north 8th Ave, M block from car line. City water, fine location, worth $300 each; the-whole lot at $190 each. FINEST CITY REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT IN PHOENIX. 80 acre ranch; 20 acres in al falfa; plenty of water, good ditches, fence and house; 20 acres sowed to grain. Perfect title. Spot cash, $2600. Don't answer if you haven't tha mon ey. Must be . sold quick; no commission. C. E. M, ear Republican.