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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MOKNIATG, SEPTEMBER 2i), 1901.
.5 Sound Kidneys Insure Good Health. Tlis Oldest and Best. Mr. John H.Corlies, Secretary of the Council Bluffs, la., Athletic Aasociatlou, Wis cured of kidney trouble hv Peruna. lie Fays: I am a firm believer in Peruna. For three years I suffered with severe ' Ben Frankenberg and N. E. Fergu trouble of the Tcidoeys and other pelvic organs, trying several remedies without son, prominent stockholder and oifl relief. I used Peruna faithfully for fourteen weeks and mm glad to say It cers In the Tearl Gold Mining company relieved me entirely of all pains. j have returned to Blabee from a visit to t,-, Ann thorn while others ars see'i I em In excellent health, have gained twelve pounds In weight, and never their property In the Dos Cabezas jnr acivjce about their car.c3. All felt better In my life." nounialnf, near Bowie station. letters receive prompt and careful Hon. D. L. Javcox, Chaplain of the Grand Army of the Republic, -writes from j The Review saj-n both trentlemen attention. Our physicians hnveiiiiule S65Broadway,6akland,( ala: were we Pleased with their visit to the a life-Ion" studyc;f Hlood and Skin Dis- "! am an old war veteran. I contracted severe bladder and kidney trouble. 1 m,ne and are now confident. that they . enses ncl better understand such cases which he has not yet had assayed, but I fjp with comparison with samples assayed,! It is estimated that It will easily run irom m to iju. Me saya me ore i, o c e i ormrl.inntioM of i-onra coming- Into the shaft much stronger I , , , , . and it has all the appearance of a per- " .tJZZ manent ore body. '"- The f baft la now down 175 feet, whkh searches out and removes all manner is just 125 feet above where they ex- of poisons from the blood, without pected to ' strike ore. In their pros- j the least shock or harm to the system, pectus they announced that they ex- ' On the contrary, the general health, perted to sink 300 feet before striklns begins to improve from the first dose, and errcounterlns; H; as they have so for S. S. S. is not only a blood purifier, much sooner it is very gratifying to ,ut aa cxccncnt tonic, and strength- them, a. it demonstrates that any mis- ma 4 bu;,t,3 the constitution takes made in their representations or ..: ul ,.r their judgment of the property have hUe PnIpi?S the h. pI Pun- boen in favor of th stockholder... They S. S. S. cures all d.seasps of a , onntir.no ir.irtr.o, tn ih -utrt blood pr.ison on "in, Canex.r, Scrofula, Kiicur.:aiisiu, varoiuc oorcs arai Ulcers, Ivczema, Psoriasis, Salt Rheum, Hetties and similar troubles, and iis an infallible cure and the only antidote for that r-.or.t horrible disease, Contagious Elood Poison. A record of nearly fifty years of successful cures is a record tb be proud of. S. S. S. is more popular today than ever. It numbers its friends by the. thousands. Our medical corres pondence is larger than ever iu ths history of the medicine. Many -write to thank us for the Krea good 8. S. S. foot level before running any drifts," unless the ore should increase very ma terially and more than Is expected PEARL GOLD MI5IN0 CO. A Fine Property ia the Doi Cobezat District. 1 NEW i s - . . - J lie l c-Ir n A j Best Values: j I !iSWASt'll GTON NEAR. CENTER Prices. GOODS 7 T spent hundreds of dollars and consulted a host of doctors, any good. "Finally some of my comrades who had been cured by Peruna, advised me 1S3 feet tn ore all the way. totrvit. I nt once bourht a bottle and found It beloed me so much that I keot nel on? Particular chute on using It tor nearly four months. and kidney trouble. 1 m,ne and are now confident. that : enseSi an3 better understand such car but neither did me pleT Petitioner r ! a tunnel has been driven a distance uZ nlCS a specialty f r.3 one diseai Mrs. Mary Lawlor, of Appleton Wis., was cured of kidney trouble by Peruna. In s recent letter to Dr. Hartman, she says: "Ldist August I caught a summer cold which settled in the kidneys and caused mesorious inconvenience. Noth ing I did seemed to help me and the doctor ad vised a change of climate. As that was out of tho question for me, I tried Peruna as a last report, and I found it was a God-send to me." The kidneys are the natural gateway oat of "which much of the waste tissue finds it3 escape. This wasto matter be comes a very poisonous substance if al lowed to accumulate. The renal artery brings tho blood charged with impari ties to tho kidneys. who 3ca.se. V.'c are do:n;r great good to suffering humanity through our consulting de nnrfment. and invite feel well and would not be without a bottle In - one er.d of the tunnel to the other Is j you to -write ns if you have any blood cosf." from $12 to $13. or skin trouble. We make no cliar; In this tun nel one particular chute of ore was , encountered forty feet long and twenty IwhA ii.-t.4o i Vi . H aoonva CQfl In ,nM , 'Peruna has proven the best medicine I ever used, my pains are gone, and I t jje ton. Th'e average (' nre taken from believe myself to be cured. time of need for ten times its It the kidneys are healthy they will excrete the poi&on from the blood. The renal veins return the purified blood from the kidneys to the general cir culation. Peruna stimulates the kidneys to ex creto from the blood the accumulating poieon,and thus prevents tho convul sions which are sure to follow if the poisons are allowed to remain. It gives great vigor to the heart's action and digestive system, both of which are apt to fail rapidly in this disease. Kidney diseases are moro liable ia summer than in winter. Send for s copy of "Summer Catarrh," written by Dr. Hartman. This book will be sent free to any address upon application. ; whatever for this service. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, GA. Pete Scannon, who formerly worked In Birbee. 1j superintendent of the mine. Messrs. Kerguson and Prankenberg remained at the mine three days a-l.l made a thorough examination ofUe work. "Within the next thirty days the rlrirt ear-cf ore will be ready for shipment to EI' Paso, and after that the company erpicts to ehlD about two cars ea -:i month. 1 oay: r-thr nrm,.rtv in h.-vr vi-.nitv d ihi Emma U McCf hon to HowarJ Erb, Rurkrvo imim. AUI.nt ..no mill, unci a! to lot 6. V. :ck 1. University half, at which place already in course of constru The Dos Cabezas Consolidated Ins company Is at work on the western MATTERS OT RECORD. The following Instruments reported hy the Phoenix Tkt? Guaranty and Ab stract company wtre fl!ed fur record in the county recordtr's office during the nt one mile and a lul --' a stamp mill i i '--lt!on: conM rat.on. $125. onstructl.m. 1 l!lmaa Y'fe , ta Tonsolidated Min- Spears, deed to 1 acre In n2. ad- When we say New Dress Goods we mean just what we say. not old styles stacked away from pastseasons, but fresh, new and stylish goods just from the market. If you want something up-to-date and new, call at The Berlin, you will surely find something pretty for your Dresses and Waists and at very low prices. ilk Waists Next Friday, between 2 and 4 o'clock in the afternoon, we will place a Fine Line of Silk Waists on sale at 50e. on th Dollar These are Fine, Stylish Waists, and never before has such a good opportunity been offered. Respectfully, Washington :. THE BERLIN Washington Near Center. Near Cente Mines anil Minerals of Arizona slope of the mountain, and recently made a rich strike of sulphide ore. Mr. Prankenbcrs stated that the Wil cox and Bowie peopls- were highly elated over the mining outlook In ihe Dos Cabezas mountains. . W. P. nei. s-c 9. ip 2 n. r 3 e: consideration. J4O0. 3. C. Wasscn and wife to Laura V. Murphy, dt-d to seVi, sec 20. tp 2 n, r t e; consideration. $1. A FINE ORE EXHIBIT. THE COPPER MARKET. New York. Sept. 2S. Coppr quiet: S16.50 to $17 for Lake Supi-ri'jr. "While the individuals composing the syndicate which recently purchased the dlajstone mine, adjoining the JlcCal are not known, it is known that it is composed of -wealthy easterners and It ii universally belietfed by all who know the history of the. mine that they will add very materially to their wealth by the purchase. The Journal-Miner has reHafclft information that Pregider.t Roosevelt Is on? of the syndicate and but for the assassination of President McKInley. which has placed upon hin the responsibilities of the presidential oftlce. he would havearrivfd in Presccit. yesterday with some of his associates to examine the property. Hi3 trip has been indefinitely postponed now on ac count of the Impossibility of his getting away from Washlnjiton with hi? n?w duties and responsibilities impos-l ujon him. M CABE EXTETiSIOS" STRIKE The Haumann Copper company hs placed a unique display of ore In. the show window of K. A. Kastner & Co. and it haa ' attracted a large around the window fver since it was exposed to view, says the Journal-Miner. HE SAVED A HEAVY DOCTOR BILL OrTice of the County Asssor of Mari cora. County, Phoenix. Arizona, Aug. 19. 1901. Mers. Drown & Miller: A few weeks ago my wife was taken sevsTely ill v.ith stramtly marked symptoms iur was UiKrefK anti nt'.- mn;7 seemed to be congested. acccTp-inl i with fivr? pains. Her coniill n was rca.ly alarming. I procured a box of Good Ore Found at a Depth of 175 Fset. - Ever since the first ore indications Were encountered in the shaft of t!i McCa'je Extension the ore has improved ia quality witrf tleptn as well as becomes more solid and the widti of the ore body has Increased. A. R. McxMwell returned last ever. itrgr from a visit to the propeity says the Journal-Miner, and brought in -wstu A larce slzeil nm n or Ine nronertv. i showing Its relative location as to th- J Adaxuka acid u mlnlstere l them oc tal Verde smflter and the Agua FYia cordinp t. directions and In fifteen Tlvcr surmounts the exhibit, the map ; hours the fev r was broken and hr rs being the work of Jules Baumann. see ' l"ve! ' w as raPiJ from th,t ,lme- An retaryand Beneral maa-iger of lae aet.nUhlng amount of matter was d'.s oompany. A banner containing t'ue charged from her lungs after the fever names of the officers and director, cl I subsided. I firmly believe Adaxuka the comnanv Is beneath th. whil. raven .ter tram a very nenous " nf" POINTS ABOUT PEOPLE. The kiiig of Roumaniu. Is persor.a'.'.y inter, tted in a pian to educate his peo ple by the establishment of theaters in evtry town in hl kingdom. General Charles Heywood. command ant of the United Statfa marine corp?. holds the oldest commission In elth.-" branch of the fighting force. Ntjxt to him cumc-s Admiral Iwey. Robert W. Wilcox, who represents the- Hawaiian islands in congress, says that the general sentiment of Hawai hins is favorable to the settlement among them of a many people from this country "as the inlands can ac tommodute." Tho castle of Friedrichshof. which has bci-ome the property of Prince and Princess Frederick Charlc; of Heyso. was built with the legacy somewhii unexpectedly bqueathed by the Duci' f Calllera, to the Empress Frederick. Tiie Iuches9 Galliera's splendid hotel In Paris i3 no'w occupied by the Aus trian embassy. Iuring the latter years of the duchess' lifetime it was lent to the Comte de Paris, and it was In i-s saloons that the famous party took plae in honor of the betrothal of -.he crov.Ti prince of Portugal and Princess Amelle. It Is eafiir for a man to fair oft n camel than it is for him to ccax a thread through the eye of a needle. Jcsh Yi"es;haier. or Loogootce, Ind-. is a poor man. but he says he would not be without Chamberlain's Pain Balm If it cost five dollars a bottle, for it Favel him from being a cripple. No external application is equal to this liniment for s:iff and swollen joints, contracted muscles, stiff neck, sprains and rheumatic and muscular pains. It h:s also cured numerous cases of par tial paralysis. It is for sale by BJvey & Hulett- Just Arrived new Tailor-Made Suits, Golf and Walking Skirts. New Silk Skirts and French Flannel and Silk Waists; all the latest east ern s.yles. Remember our - Tailoring-repartment. Wemake Suits, Skirts. Capes and Jack ets. Riiing Habits a specialty. St Ws Cloak & Snit House Corner Washington and SeKnd St3. ' Telephone 2281. ; Mall Orders Framptly Attended to alongside of this banner Is a mednl awarded to Mr. Baumann at the world'j fair for ore from this property. On a pedestal adjoining there is a bronzy medal also ewarded to him for thi finest sample of copper ore on exhi!i tlcn at the fair. h!.-r some samples ot nne looking ors Arranged around the floor of the ' ... : t ... nrA ...ii.. i r .. . 11' in i ii.jun tii i bvnjutj r .1 1 1 1 J 1 1TTO j i uic i I Dr. 1M- , m. r. d Yar3. R O. C. JOSLEX, KMa'blished 15 9. C. Joslen Strictly BeUable- ' Specialist for Men 'mm I confine my practije simply lo a sinsie line cf disease and treat only what I am abeo'utely certain I can cure to tay cured. Varicocele, Stricture, Contagious Blood Poison, Nervous Debility And all reflex complicate ns and as sociate DISEASES OF MEN. NO WEAKNESS, BUT SYMPTOMS Y far the greater number of patiunt3 set-kins relkf t.r so-tulled Weakness" is furnished by healthy and lobuHtrrun. On examina tion we find a Prostate Gland which has been damaged bv either a con-trac-tea dlsoraer jr ea:ly dissipation. These patients have no weak ness at all. Frematureness. Lofs of Vitality, etc.. are the symptoms of disJrded functions of the chronically inllamcd prostate glan 1. the very center tile reproductive apparatus. I fin-- ey curing this in flammation that full vigor at once returns. It shouid be un2-ertood that tonicr. clectricitv. etc.. might cure a real weakness, hut wouM il l haim in inllammution. Thcmaln object is t.J reduce the size of the ten-d'-r, swollen and inliamed prostate. This I accomplish by lo:al treat meat, thus avj:a.ng drujrs. Men who have been unsucctssfuly treated for a. weakness shou"d now understand the cava? for a failure. My practice is devoted to this condi:lon, together wit a contractej ail ments. ... My effic-e and hospital occupy the entire building of twenty-two room? over Wells Fargo Express ofllce. at corner cf Third and Main streets. Los Angeles, and are thoroughly equipped with everything known for the cure cf DISEASES OF MEN. Will Send Free Upon Request .MY FINS COLORED CHART OV MALE SEXi'AL ORGANV. r- WHICH WILL BE FOUND- A GREAT ADVANTAGE IN "HOME -DIAGNOSIS," AS WELL AS A STUDY FOR ALL INTERESTED - , IN THE.IR ANATOMY. from some of the claims of the com pany, b'ing from the Red Cross, Alice. Laura, Swi. Girl and Arizona claim. Ths company owns twenty-!l.-o claims, and there are from 1.300 t 2.009 feet of development work done on them, proving the merits of the prop erty. Mr. Baumann. who is gener.il manager. Is quite positive that with the expenditure of a few thousand dollars, cleaning out tli c shafts and tunnels, he can commence taking out good ship ping ore. I . The ore on exhibition Is of excellent i quality and it would not take a very , large body cf this class to place the property on a dividend paying basis. CARELESS GROOM. Gets Sepaiated From His Wife Within Two Hours After Marriage. which, japing from th: violence of the pympto-.Tls. would probably have proven iatal. In gratejul recognition of the me.-its of Adaxuka, I recommend its use in all cases cf fevers, in the firm belief that it wi'.l do a'l that is claimed for it. I have also successfully a-lmlnleterel this r.Iiy wonderful remedy to chil dren, of my neighbors who were very rU-k with malarial fever: one of them, who could' ket-p nothing on lis stomach had Us fever broken In about eighteen hourr. and imrrl. lately deVLlopel a hearty appetite. In no case did the fever return. Every person who has the welfare of his family at henrt should keep a b x of this wonderful remedy on hand for emergencies. Very truly. C. W. BARNETT. County Assessor. Adaxuka. cures Rheumatism. Pneu monia. Typhoid Fiver, Malarial Fever, Scarlet Fever. Chiils an 1 Fever, La Grippe, Smallpox and -all diseases ac companied with fever. For sale by druggists. rarnifflirimmiwi i in IJPR. O. Corner Tbird ftnl Main Streets iAiH Angeles, cm. A. J. BRADLEY Undertaker and Embalmer LADY EJVIQAL2V1ER Graduate Chicago College of Embalming to attcud Ladies and Children 216 West Washington Street, 'Phone, 841 Fhoenix, Arizona u . . The fateful experience of Walt-jr Hammond, who managi.-d lo bfeome a grass widower within two hours aftr he was married, may serve as a warn ing to careless bridegrooms. Mr. Hammond and Miss Lizzie Mont gomery', both of this city, went to May or Story and declared their desire to be made one. The mayor, after look ing the matter o-er, decided to comply j with their request- H observed that! all the necessary formalities had leen J Ml gone through, even to the purchase of j i tickets anu tn?. cnecKrng ot Daggagc. i I He married them ad they departed, i I Just two hours after the ceremony haJ , been performed the mayor was startl-id ; out of a reverie by the sudden entrance of the bridegroom. He stammered' somewhat at the sight of the frenzied Individual and barked behind his den!:., and then Inquired ns to the nature of, the dirliculty. He was informed in brok:n sentences that the beautiful, bride was missing. I Further Inquiry developed the fact that the -bridegroom had gone to the Pennsylvania depot and had placed his wife In the chair car of the Philadel phia train. Full of the Idea of de-: celvlns the conrse multitude he decided to act as though he had been mar ried several years, and. with that end in view, hatl kissed his wife and had gone Into what he supposed was tho rmokiner car. , Unfortunately the supposed smoking car was not attached to the train. When the train pulled out and' th. bridegroom became conscious of his surroundings he almotft tore the sta tion to pieces. He raved and swore, and demanded his wife. He burnt up the telegraph wires wilth eager mes- sages, but the careless train pulled on. Into Camden and ther? wa3 a waltlnir; bride at tho other end. , Matters were llnally ptraihtened on: and the bridegroom left by the 6: l" train to join tlv; partner rf hi joys ami sorrows. He will, it is thought, j remain williiu a fool a distanco or her for the remainder of the honeymoon. PJiiiwlcUsUla JcrU Aajs.ris.iia. No, scelng's not. Deilevmg. As some old fogiers say... There are some folks 1 don't believe. Yet see them every day. Lawn Grass tabl le 1c.v;r and Gar- Pi Poultry Supplies, ' J :-Iimate. Plants and FV den Seed, Po Fruit Trees, Vines, etc. Ve ar J slwaya nU-srl m answer lir- Iqiilrxs and lv information, and wt tin vmuiJjr our city ilo not neglect .-, miMUil fur cmmoiisi ment. Gtnntln fUwl Jtr r riant Co. U LOS Argues For years this remedy liaa been the staud&rd nerve restorative. Thouiauds of happy men owe their newly found strength to its use. Sex ine Pills replace weakness and exhaustion with strength aud vigor; the brain becomes clear; the nerves steady and calm; gloomy forebodings arc banished and perfect vitality U ful ly restored. If you are suffering os above, try a box; you'll be encouraged by its effect to take the full conrse of six boxes then if you are not entirely cured, we will refund your money. This satis factory offer is one of the factor? cf our iiccci.!. f I. no ncr box : 61o3r-s (fitb namti leeticnrfOrnutirv Luck , ." 00, mailed iu plain VMii'kfig?'. Fk'oL frr. 1'bal Miiou ins. Co., Cleveland, Ohio. SOU SALTO BY 1CL.VKY & 1IUL.KTT. THE LIVK OKUGG1STS 0 Do You Know That You Can Save 14 the Price of your SUIT by having us make it. Goods, Fit and Work manship ' Guaranteed. Our Fall SuifiingS came in Saturday Prices Just Call and The Leading Vailor. Successor to Ross & Megquier 35 W. Washington Street Phoenix, Arizona O O O O o 0 OOOO0oQOOOOOOOOOQO