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   Weekly Republican, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1903, Phoenix, Arizona                               ARIZONA WEEKLY BEPTJBLliAN. M'KNfP ik mm. m .N i i _______ t r j l J U jf J I and Packdrd approached anil ordered A LAKE STRIKE ENDED. flrms In Chicago and1 the reported pro- the outlaw to surrender. McKlmey -i ceedings have much sur- answered by shooting. Will April settlement prise to those connected In any waj was shot' through the stomach and c of the strike of tha dredge and crane with the business of the1 firm. shortly Packard was ehtjt men which has tied up work In Har- utmost secrecy win observed ar through the neck and shoulders ana bor's Great Lakes was ended today dangerously wounded. Hurt The employes grant demands nC attaches or the company brother of the dead deputy shoe the men. McKlnney through the mouth anjl ------------n------------ killing him. I HARRIMAN COMING WEST. The house was a regular fort. In the place with MrKlnney was Al kansas April desperado. McKlnney had u savyed-off H .Harrlman left tor California thiu HIS WILLIAM A biography pf KIrig William IV. oi Great uncle of Queenj was published i ecently. .He 'spent most of his life at being In hijs GGth year when lie became li 1830. Robert years had dubbed Tarry His b ographci 'J McK'lnney. the Caltfomla out- fot1 whom the California ami Arl- tocia o'llccru hove been wai led yedterday morning necr Bakers- te Oil. The news of the killing was cOlVcyect to Phoenix In a private dlH- t'o J. A JJ.ikPr of city who formerly lived nt The telu- jrim from his sen. The killing Wtg nceompllshnd by IL young man by 14 name of Beit a deputy In the fight City Marshal of Bakcrsfleld Will Tib- Another deputy and the brother M ihe of were serl- bixly wounded. At the time of the of the dispatch Tlbbets ivas dying. 'the olflcera of have been lowtlnn for McKinney since last July he killed' a man by tha name of Lynn at Cal. He was ar- for that crime but broke J_e waij heard of In different parts oi Ifcf country and won at last located I-ic arrested In Mex. Ex- trwlltlon proceedings were begun but twBoro the officer from California ed Hermoslllo McKlnney hud his escape. AH truce of him was loft for a. time. ft was In Phoenix six weeks kJt presence here was not known Until after his departjre. He next tuned up In Mohave county where he. by the name of Mclntyre. He evidently working his way back to haunts In California lnK his he had a many frle-nds In an Inaccessible pert of tho country. About three ago he murdered on the desert south of Kinsman Charles B I the and a. youili by the name of Roy Wln- cheater It wast supposed that McKln- hail mistaken them for ofHcers in Jmrtult pf him. 1 Tlat ifevlvedi Interest In the pursuit the outlaw which had languished' tad a ptuste headed by Sheriff Lovln M Kohnvo county took his but murder had been committed three before news of It reached Klng- tnn. Tho Arizona posse was joined ty levm-nl California officers and the wait kept hot to the end. The have had1 aevernl conllUts with thfe baniNt but nothing resulted from lib em. Jfr believes the killing of took place- on White river about fifty miles north Bakersflcld that word of It waa sent in by If e Ho knew that tho two Tlb- broiiers and1 Packard had been hunting him In that neighborhood lor a wefk They had returned to BulwrnnrH getting any trace fit three or four days ngo. M BaKer knew McKlnney well. He a m-'mbor of the coroner's Jury sat on one of the victims yearM ago. It was a cold bloodod murdei biit ut his trial the outlaw was acquitted. His criminal career began In Tulare county ten years ago when he killed man In a saloon row. For ha served seven years at San Quentln goon after his release from the penitentiary he killed Sayers. His vktlijn was Lynn. For this kill- ke was arrested and confined In the Jal at Vldalla. His escape from jail made political Insue at the elec- tion last November and resulted In the defeat of Sheriff Parker of that county for Ifct'on. i So far IT known he committed no frmroers after that until the killing of B-akcy and but a series W and robberies were attrl- to him. tntll tho first killing In Tulare coun- McKlnney had been regauled' as An Inoffensive citizen. He had lai addicted to the habits of ctrink- ng gambling and then he .was recognised as a dangerous man. He wan A shot and In all descriptions Of him'that were sent out epeclal stress aid- on those qualifications In or- 4er tiat pursuing officers might not be taker unarfares. i TV- slayers of McKlnney will be wel paid for their risk. The state and various counties of California had offered rewardn aggregating After thtf murder of Blakcy and- Winchester Mohave county offered for his h or capture and' last week Gov- ernor Broclle offered an acWItloml re- ward of 1500. IT COST TWO LFVES To 3rlng the Outlaw to the End of His Bloody Carfter. shotgun In his while HulfJe uiejt morning on a special train on the The Way In Which They Have Cosi TT_I._ -------.....1.1.1 u n Administration Management. a pistol. Hulse would not obey Union accompanied by H. order to come out of the barricaded president of the Union Pacific the office of the company today anc tc make any statement ng the cur rent further than to fadmil that Rider had been naified as trusts thua'dascrTbep i 'with sanguine ance and head shaped lip a his ina.esty was tfai'irulous anc diffuse GERMAN STOIcKS. n bustling move- undetTmlned In without much IntelllgerK 1 ut with and the lire department waa or- a. R Knott. president of the April recent severe great nature andi we 1 disposed disarranged the Prussian rail- ail He wanted to pall road finances woefully .Public Workf hlmselfl King Henry IX but finally It Minister Budde Informed' the diet todav was decided thktt he He know that the snowstorms had cost the ad- as Will am this resolution belns ministration several million marks Just mainly due tci jthe of the when the receipts were Increasing. He Engllsk r-mpmbered an also said that 109 stretches of line had old piophecy the- as j been blockaded fiom twenty-four houis VIII. had down monks fused to give his name was smoked out mayor by ..000 majoilty. tlemo- tQ a week_ lattei. tlmp Qn SQ yenry lx i wojiid pull and taken to Jail. The feelingl runs crat' was elected two yeai sago by t tfi b of he mountalns on down b shops and very high against the evidence majority. The entile republican ticket tending to show that he is the iran wn3 elected today' the boarJ 1 of aldormen. dercd to the scene. Hulse thea sur- rendered. He was taken to the county Jail. Another accomplice of McKlnney known to be In the house where the battle took but would not sur- render. The building was set on Kansas City Sou and J. O. superintendent of the Union Pacific railway. -----------o--------p- PEORIA REPUBLICAN. Pcoi 111. Apr 1 21 and In fifteen minutes the man who re- vtaa elected whose bullet killed Deputy Tlb- bets. The muidned officer was a'popu- lar man and there Is considerable talk tonight of lynching. j McKlnney Is accused of having milled several murders.' He was a na-1 the frontier of Silesia. Numerous wieckH of small coasting vessels have rtn' been reported. COLORADO'S LAUNCHING. MAILS DESTROYED. April White Star Jne steamship which sailed THE BATTLESHIP IOWA In N y fe tlve of California and w'as first sent to l the penitentiary frpm county for assault to and after his re- lease went to turneil nel.e. will be able to sail he figured In some further shooting tomonow. The American mall will be trouble. He escaped coming tor delayed. Bukersfleld soon where In the latter part of 1000 he shot killed Tom a ae lha result of a dispute over a game ot April tleahlp which left on Monday to collision In the Merfey with the John- complete her target practice In the stone liner Heathmore. The was towed In tonight totally dls- which was le- abled by a steam pipe -sting anj D. C Arrll 21 -r-Tlie ar- moieel i crulsei built by Cramp wjll be launched at bat- Philadelphia naxt Saturday afternoon. A large delegation of pi'ominent offi- cials from thla city w 111 atletid. PLAGUE REAPPEARING LEB EXPECTED BACK. April Ixiiils .oon'a'nd'tnrJ'Kovernmeni S'and JUry udjdu ncd to- immediately lent to the fay lenabh. AUortney Folk st- April at cards. No one saw the light antl Me- Slquetos are down with It tearing away the steering The accident happened at t.40 o'clock this afterno tugs were liumuumieuy MKIIL lu i I ship's relief. The extent of the to give his to tne kl lo- cal boodle cases. Mr Foli held a con- ference With Robert E. _jee respecting the return of His broth Kinney was acquitted. Last July In Portervllle I Is said they were vaccinated March 18 and It will require days or more to make repairs. he kll eii and April respect vely with Ycrsln GRRAT NORTHERN TROUBLE. Billy wounded Constable ecrum. There Is some anxiety over this Qovernoi' Lee. After ihn Jonferentp Mr Folli said he Lieutenant iSt. Louis Willis and another man I In a drunken row. He made a sensational esctpe from and for several moiuhs wandered practically unmoles'ea around the country. A few ago Sheriff Collins located the outlawf at and an application for his extradition was made. The Mexican authorities had released him before the arrival of nncl he disappeared again fp parts unknown. Nothing more was heard of him until April 6th. when news from Klrg- that McKlnney had mur- dered Charles known as the and Roy Wlfiches- reappearance of the plague Orjvernor Lee to return to Is Thursday or Fiid.-iy w.. t 11 I St April a probability of a settlement of the difficulties between tie Great Northern railroad and Its tiainmen. This afternoon the Great Noithern Trainmen's committee at prcrent In St. received1 a communication from f V J General Manager ttatlng that he _____ Uils willing to receive tind confer with f I 1 representatives of the the train1- Er-Speaker Henderson Thinks in the men's committee The date ot the con- As TTsua. a Majority of Victims j fcroncc MINING NOTES. O. formerly propij department letul two ago from a tnl and wl 1 'iow bogln woiJ propert PS has a Ciown Point He arrive luring the week and exhill the Ore which are f appeal ance. His ledj be feet in that a careful sanj i fourteen feet of width uown to a pound of il 98 In 'gold and sllver.- Next National Convention- erence Is not yet ar.nounced Were Postal Chrks.1 Los April SLp-In in- terview printed' In the Express today. AND SHEEP. April market good to L'lly. 2 .---JFlve per- sons are Idead ai the oil a -vieck dllU iVUJ LCI 1-M J11LCU ''I CD3 lit V ijipuu LI1U O. a young miner. Nothing definite David D. former speaker of Prime poor to mcdi- near todiy if train No is known of the cause of the the national house of 10' but It Is thought that McKlnney took said. Roosevelt wlllj be cows and heifers. the men for officers and lay In for nominated. In my by the next canne s. 500 them on the trail. After I the shooting republican national 'and fed ste the murderer went he ancher cam- will be by the American people tW horses 'n same spirit of head market displayed when he made his famous steady to lOc to choice charge up San. Juan hill. That he Will U fair to choice mix- 1 ecT. western sheop. on tne 'Frlt-co sytteinj which left Cansas City at 11 30 last wight for Memphis jand Bi-mlnghain. The wreck causedi by a defective rail. The dead. j E R. Fort live. A BUFFALO HUNT. To Which the President I Has Been Invited. name will go before the convjen- tfon. His election I fol- low by tho largest majority ever given to any Mr. Henderson Is at present visiting a son who resides at Long Beach and WOOL Mass April was a larger volume of busli.css in the wool maiket thla week than has been done Kans. BERT postal Kan- C. pxst.U Fort Scott. L. mail Kansas rity. LEVEE CONDITIONS Salt Lako Utah. April May- Jeave for New York. Thompson today sent a formal -j HEALTH OF EDWARD VII. ho will probably remain In Southbrn for many vvecks Hltn fll.m New La. California until June when he will dealers moro tatlon to President Roosevelt to par- flclpate In a buffalo hunt on Antelope Apnl Territory sunshlnny weather and tolling of the wools showed substantial Improvement r Loilslana levee conditions con- In the way of will prices tlnue to grow brighter. In C.reat Salt Lakel. during hlB No confirmation of the Alarmtnu Visit to this city. The hunt will take lRumors whloh Have Come to Quotations. fccoured 54 an entire and as the president's gchedtuledi stop is of but four a re-arrangement of this plan have to be made. It Is hopcnl this can be done Ante- ana from three to five miles wide. It IS made up of Mountain and and the smnll herd of buffalo on the Islard. mvned by a private Is exceed- ingly choice fine medi- ordinary fine and LACROSSE FIHE. Colorado April Is known at New Mexico No. 1 ttoL the British' embassy here or In official Circles concerning the report that No. expected AND PROVISIONS. April 21 sharp break oc- Naples at a late hour tomorrow. He- May wheat tlie price Lacrosse. April me which broke out lute tonight the Pai K the largest .department store In Licrossp. destroyed that bUllding and damaged several 'other Tie fire 1H still raging Ir t id Wlllard building and the MeMIl and the IQSS Is at will not land no will he see Francis the British T the part Ot the Aimour dor to until Thursday. The 3Hc fiom the highest point partly covere'd Insurance. GEN. BALDWIN'S TALK. Nothing More Heard About and Filipinos. Negroes I bassador will go to Naples ceremonies attending King Edward's of their Immense but the recovery was al- NORWEGIAN IMMIGRATION. Evcry sick and ailing woma Every young girl who suffers Every woman who is approaching Every womar who feels that 's a burden. Every woman who has tried all other means to regain health without Every woman who is going through that critical time the change of life- Is invitet to write to Mrs. in regard to her til the most expert advice telling exactly how to obtain a CURE will be sent htely free of cost. i The one that qualifies a to give jjdviec on any subject is creates knowledge. No other person has so wide an exper cure with female ills nor such a record of success as 3Irs. jPmkhara lias uad. Over a hundred thousand cases conic before her each year. Some others by mail. Ujad this has been going on for day afLcf and day aftefi day. Twenty years of success of the knowledge thus Surely women arej wise iu seeking 'advice from a worjiau with such an especially is fkec. f Mrs. of wrote to Sirs. Pinkliam when she In ffrcat trouble. Her shows the There arc actually thousands of such letters i n Mrs. Pinkliam's possession. DE Miw. 1'tNKii VM f i.ivo been under treatment for female troubles lor some but without any relief. They now tell me I have a fibroid tumor. 1 cannot dov.-uj without flrcut and the soreness extends up my spinp. I have bearing1 flojtvn pain.s bot i back and front. My abdomen is I cannot wear my with air- comfort Womb is dreadfully ami I have had flow njr spells for thtec- years is not gooJ. I c innot wjllc or be on mjr feet for any Icnpth of t byinptoins of Kibroul pivei ill little book.accurately describe my so I write tp you for U. R 251 Dudley St Slais. J Miw. wrote to you dcbc-ribing1 ray and asked your advici-.. You replied and I folkmecl all jour directions carefully fur seveni and to-djy'l nm a use of Ijydia 15. Pink ham's Vcffotaldc with your carefully entirely expelled the and strength- ened the whole system. I can walk mile.s now' Your Vejrctiiblc is worth fivo dollars a drop' T advise nil women who are alilictcd witli or anj' female to write you for ard pive it a faithful E. S'ia Pudlcy St Mass.. I Mrs.JHayes will srladly aiisivor any anrt all letters that be nddrosscli to her asking about her and how Mrs. Ptnkliam liolpod her. l9 operal pld Transit mine- in the Iff nountains H in town for af Count Mibtschlkotfjiaa been ir above propeity dating which time he I several tr PS from Ma homl Mi to this section. He ll r imate 80 well here that he hasl W bring nil to P residence here permanerf Journal-Miner. I T B Tomlinson has returned froJ weeks' trip to Mexico on mlrf he was In Mexlci tile Mexican town of Turlcal the Sonora river where James Doug famous Plcacho gold mine is J Tomlinson was accon f of Flw fl' Elward Is and desires is awaited before do- May wheat opened nt drop- D. April 21 tary Root has heard nothing from Gen- eral Baldwin regarding the alleged 'n- jn cii'up- tervlew a few days nco 111 which the lne so' Fdr tne same reason all ar- pefi to after aelllngr up to JS c'los- gencral spoke of the colored troops and rangementBj announced regarding at May corn closed at Filipino soldiers. Colonel In- majesty's visit to the pope are meri after belling' between aiiu spector general was sent to Denver to fabrications The Brltlsll ambassador Muy oats closed at aftl-r make a complete Investigation of the and tne as yet know nothing between affair and with a hope of having a ease at a11 ln thfs respect. j prepared by the war department should I a------------ be determined to proceed further 'THE VAtyDERBILT MARRIAGE.' after the report from General Baldwin I Is' received. It Is not expected that WllIlejK. Too Busy to About fdlonel Mills will make a Report until I It. April n dispatch X from Copenhagen the corresi Jndc nt of expected govern n'ent will check the Immljiatio-n impossible to curtail as no pro- Majr oats WPre oK jvlslons taw steps to chefcktt gramme has yet been were steadv. the Julv nmrtnrti r-inatnir ...i POSTOFFICE EK.PLCyES the Julv products closing th3 Unltedi which thieatens to Inten- from a shade lower to a shade higher denude of Its bes't class of Wust Not Asplre to olher OmdU Pa working I tlons. POLICY' PLAtBR Washlns tltude of ALHAM3RA NOTES D. April 22.- tljie administration Now April t In 1 for elective cjlilces Imlu-.ited in which1 tou'ard MINNEAPOLIS MILLS the supreme couit today fentL'nc.ed Al- be -t J. to not less than one year and not moie than one yeaV and nine months'in Sing1 Sing1 prlso.i and to pay a tine of SljOOO for having gram a t'le- Uenciul Paine sent to a at In te a query. I wired as follows QuestioiijOf Disu Flour and Wlu-at Being line-- igatcd hlB return to Washington. Ariz.. April naiia for playing policy. In poises- of The AFTER TOBACCO DUKE. Apijil American col- ony here has beentmuci exercised bjy the peisistent reports of the appioaclj- returned last from Somervlllc N J April 21 -L-Two hun 091 of tne COTie trom dred nro a ol tUeLte o James B. preslden of 0n marriage of William K. Vanderbilt their bringing a Inad of both ampunoed 'that n091 nB ation u i1 opls tho candidate ifor hib Thomas Llpton 'the Shatmouk I and mayoi he will bf expcoted to leslgn position in the postolilce A D. T BOYS the white mud and also the water from Shamiock All will proceed-' to the Lnl- the Gl'eat clalm is mttde atesVere wlU be o aon both agents Ir many Started a Serious Tiouble In Mont. I thU flesh j April 19 long exciting pursuit of James McKln- sutlaw. from ended In a battle with the officers ot law w Ithln a few blocks of the business center of thii town two men be- kJHed and one fatally wounded. The JAVKS M outlaw. E. deputy xher fl. .TKCMA3 K. city mar- vented teamsters from going to forein'formatlon concermnVthe cu5- market' Clar'fled PUt Up Duke estate. Mr. Duke says he w II word was froip ointment Jars and told al not grant the 25 cents a day Increase Mr. Vand'erbilt that he Was so l.uslty -c cents. It Is known under the name the men ask. The strikers are alleged engaged thai he had been obliged to- Jf and will be supplied by the to have destroyed many trees on the cteny himself to all representatives of retail drug estate. f the press anc refused to affirm or deny ------------o------------ Hthe reports. Practically the same IRISH IvAND OWNERS. l eailler than has .been 7u tl. Both Api II The Amcil- M'QOVBRN AND i Somp 11 Out .In Mrs. R B. Clark left last Thursday clt A on a visit to relatives at Jerome. Agent recmtty secured by Ranwi Lopez LTK PXnfrr-tQ fn Irttrt mm-itU 1 _ 3 in result of Irlot when comrtany's WOIP mobbed 'by striking inc'ssenger boj.s iinci th Ir Assistant Superintendent MnlTatt of New Yoik lids taken chaige of aftams of bdth compknies In Rutte and he df- Moiooo ill inr'ii Iiavo nttirKid .i-nl nilligfcd Me- Inh ihliants- of the n v. n anil thnteon tilbis'rafn were kllN-d In 1 the by Parliament of Wyndiham's Bill. CONTEST SETTLED April annual ilepott OftLorinW aAd Durborow in a Chicago of'the Irish land owners' convention I District. describes the new Irish land bill as the i largest and most liberal measure ever Apr.il su-j offered in Ireland' by amy government court today eettlecl the Lori-l and urges parliament to past' it with mr reafl9nable amemlmehts ii-h.r-iii.ij cu uy i U.IIU t expects to Join her next L c.rymes to hold prizeflgriw n Mexi- -vhen they will resume the'lr Journey can null rlnga Ilttraot Ji tl e atten. to California and spend two nbonths tlor Or pud IsU. of Ualtecf States. Visiting with friends and relatives be- Tho it is hive Arranged fore returning to Alhambra. for a bout betwoen McWern and Uncle Me returned to hla mines Sun Yargcr. No date has been announced day after s pending Easter week with for the fight. I friends. I The young people enjoyed n social contest by handing lloP at the hall last Friday .an opinion In WlU-h they hold i Our second rainy spell caught several MOROS KEN April Majjr The Sattle took place In a large two- Srick bi tiding on the outskirts of iijed by the Chinese mem- o' Sul Ong Tong lodglng- an opium den and Joss house. -Here McKlnncy kept secret for two or He had a companion. Al an who being a Jntmbe- of the Chinese secret society WM enabled to enlist the aid and sym- pathy f the Orientals In harboring the outlaw. I Dhoirt y before 11 o'clock this morn- Inn Sheriffs of Collins of Tulare Lovln of with Offl- Wl 1 and Hurt Guy Tower C t f surrounded ttwf home In which MeKlnney to te-fh hiding. TrVllT TIbbeW The report adds tHat the success of tne court cSf Cook county of our farmers with hay cut and some Davis has leturned. here fi Dm h the measuia will dejienl In 'a great Jurisdiction jn the 3ace and that little in the shock. as a arcl Ipelago HO die'.1 not sc j thy sultan measure onl the'spirit In which It Is re- matter tne hands of will be delayed several of as lattei to Slngjpoio The rain fell T'Jli _ The loathsome and reipulsive of all living things is the and f he Vilest and 1 most degracLng of all human diseases is Contagious Blood Poison. General serpent sinks its fangs into the flesh and almost instantly the poison passes through the entire body. Contagious Blood beginning with a little celved by the tenants. the election commlssloneis. The result cf the court's be that the ballots will be counted and the of Cook cpumy can make fer some hard enough arge fields of bac- V. Hammer had a large suf- MINE OWNER FATALLY 1PELL. McVriot. N. April J. owher of the Cunning- Lignite west of hercx'pushed r. an empty hutch over tho tlDDle at thi C0unl5r tor 'he release......t. _ mlna and fell with It to hr.tir.ml commissioners who were cited Hammer at their resllem forty being Instantly kllleb Cun- ntngham was a prominent mint ovyner and considered tie wan 06 old and unmarried. I i Trustee for One of Oldest Shoe Houses of the City. A surprise was given Mr. and Mrs. last CHICAGO FIRM IN TEIOL'BLE. BLOOMINGTON DEMOCRATIC. Bloomington. ill.. April 21.-Tho deml ocrata swept Bloomington elect- Ins Morrison .major. The democrats gained alderman. About fcssed i enjoyed the games and darolng fol- lowed by a tasty luncheon gotten up by the ladles. The1 Alhambra school closed last Fri- day. A picnic was contemplated as a three days before Central BnvU arrlv- temporary abandonment of treaty. Geneial Davlu report's that nine tenths of the IMoros eeptej American soVjcrelgntj nncl havt pledg- ed peace and filwidshlp of forty towns th of L'lko pro- alleg-lance to the United States fol- befove Major Balliird yc-stcia tv EDWARD'S WANDE tlNljlS S April King Ec- f but_the showers put it out of ware left here this morning for Naples 18 o ne trustee question. Isaac's pchool will ns also the Cartwrlght Albert. It Is his majesry will m Ute will render n muelcal and liter- a short stop at ilgaslna. The yacht n the FORFEIT Ifwopinnnl fniilmith tlm origin il loltor and slpiatnrt ulmlinill prot. lit nlwnliitn jl.ydln K. IMnkltuin Mdlklun I.ymi. clares that under no circumstances will the unions be recognized. Ar Injunc- tion will be asked for If to prevent further violence. ay girH were employed to Minn Apill laetst development in the ilour 'mill sit- uation in tho announci'ini the IntelMaU lommirce lommKfelon will Investigate the difi-rimm itlup jnijalnst Hour in of in tioiKlit tar- nhlch re.siiltcd In the total .suspen- sion of the Hour jnjr ln- ilustiy of the njitliuest MUleis look upon tlic .innoaiHceiDent as the forerunner of n lille the transportation lomianks weom dis- that the is to ln- teifoic Only throe mills ic-suflied op- erations toduj. TI11J MOliOCC WAR. of who arel i h him in the about four miles east of th near Ohinapa. While at I Mr. Tomlinson let the Bevcwl hundred feet of work I ..pcctcd a number of mining proi lh the Vicinity. He spoke of thj tre forty-nve miles eastf which1 was sold to a sy '.te of Kansas El Paso and capitalists for when tlj only n- ten-foot hole in the pd rty i spoke h'lgbly of Sonora r country and it had a g ure Mr Tomllnnon will leave mine at Canyon this mo Courier. if Reports Worn Douglas arc to the I Let that XM vffeok. says the Cltld The members new corporatj .re all xyeltj Cochlse of thc-n being connected with El Puao Southwestern railroi property consists of the famcj and Embiyo mines in MOCI liuma district. Soiiora. The capitalized 'or an even million of and IB a stock company. Iher already development on the EO the purcfiasi feel pretty confident they have il bought a in the The ml of the wordings Is down 200 fcl tuo-stamn mlH Is pounding- out jdlow to the satisfaction of owners aftd hater in abundance mafl the a-decidedly gllt-edrf ___on and Emil Marks force of men at work for ifew dtys surveying ar group J f-liflceh clalnjs feet west tt Wolverine near BisWte claims are as the Mlchig andi are 'held by Lefeor Mai ks under a sixty-day option TH cxiiect close 'a deal for the clail in thp next few days. Michigan .Ttles will Ibe the buyers. Professor McCoy came in Tuescj from his rrunlng upon i he Is doing development Jack Gray end He reporl that the claims are looking the t.me as'depth is gained In thp d covery shafts. McCoy went to las yesterday morning and may de i to become associated with the laa A'musement company in the cap W Hy or athletic i view. H. Blauve Superintendent of Cosh Cristo and Catoctin ing eft this morning fi extended vis t He will go to cago'flrstj he will attend a i Ing of the stockholders of the mine Fron- there he will go to cinnatl On b isiAess for the other and frcjm there he will pay a visit 10 vho eastern money tors. Mr. Btauvelt is one of the ine pioneer mining men of this tlon. this bring his first visit easl twenty-one during all ot wl yeanj he has actively devcloplhg the mineral resomces of r territory. j ......-----o------------- A COMPANY To DcvctoTl Mines in the Santa f Mountains. soon contaminates every drdp of blood and spreads throughout the whole systein. Painful swellingsiappear in the a red rash and copper colored splotches break out on the the mouth and throat ammer naci a mrge area sur and the hair brows fall but those symptoms It Is a barlpv stanrl ami the abro'satlon of Hate's are mild compared to the wretchedness and suffering that come in the latter a barley stand ami th stages of disease when it attacks the bones and more vital parts of the body. It is then that Contagious Blood Poison is seen in all its hideous- ness. The deep eating abscesses Sand sickening ulcers and tumois show i whole system is corrupted and and unless relief comes soon this serpent disease tightens its coils and crushes out the life. The only antidote for awful virus is S. Sj S. It is nature's com- posed entirely of vegetable ingredients. S. S. S. destroj-s every vestige of the purifies the blood and removes all danger of transmitting the awful to others. Nothing else will do this. Strong mineral like mercury and Fchool will clof e 011 on board tho roynjl yacht victo -la and -dry up the sores and drive in the but dp not cure permanently. .j _ home treatment book and write ns if in need of medical ial information. This will cost you nothing. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC The of a local to operate some mil property'in In the Santa Rita mo alns jiij Santa Cruz county is al S says the Citizen. The r J panyi was prdmoted by Mark Lulb Colonel Bird 'of Nagales. who H I greai falfh In the district and are they will a winning The p Ierty la In the Tyndall and the of the ore is si lead Mr. Lully has very successful in promoting mine Santa Cruz and he had anyt ling to do with i working and on a paying bahis bin policy no. to handle a mine will not pay from the sui face The Property lo roj. without merit It one that Worked years ago early who n of it in a pUmltlvc way Thfe new company consists ot soni Tucson's wealthiest all u ness It is thcli intentio 8've the pro-ocrty a fair test bv exploratlpn shafts. A meeting was this aftefnoon'lln Tucson ana the i l Arrangements Completed and worV started few dajs MINING B. the Salt b mlnlpg and hi-- coptcd the of consultuiR ttneer for tBe1 Negates Copper pany. I I   

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