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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 17, 1901.
3 PERUNA CURES CATARRH OF KIDNEYS EVERY TIME, ra ANCEROUS KIDNEY DISEASES CURED Pernno Creating a National Sensation in the Core of Chronic Ailments of the Kidneys, Mr.JohnVance.of Hartford City, Ind. jivs: ".My money troaoio is mucn better. I have improved so much that overybody wants to know what medi cine I am using. I recommend Peruna toevery body and some have commenced louse it- The folks all say that if Dr. Usrtinan's medicine cures me it must be Creat" Mr. J. Urate, or netroiea, untarto. Ctnsda. write: ''Four years ago I bid a severe attack of Bright' s Uis ttte. which brought me so tow the joctor said nothing more could be iuno tor me. I began to to take Peruna and Manulln, and in three months I ivw a well man. and have continued to ever since. " At the appearance of the first symptom jf kidney trouble, Peruna should be fallen. This remedy strikes at once the ry root of the disease. It at once re lieves the catarrhal kidneys of the stag nant blood, preventing the escape of serum from the blood. Pe runa stimu lates the kid neys to crete from the blood the accu m u I a t Inc poison, and thus pre vents the convulsions which are sure to follow If tho poison 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. Peruna cures catarrh of the kidney simply because It cures catarrh wher ever located. A book on catarrh, written by Dr. Hartm&n, will b sent free to any ad dress by Ttio Peruna Iedicine Co-f Columbus, Ohio. tunej to those who diligently seek In their depths, and already some good claims are being; developed. South of the city the Salt River ran?" of hills, really about the nearest moun tains to the city, have been a sort of a standing Joke among; mining; men for the last twenty-five years. They were so accessible It was not thought possi ble for gold' to he found there. Never theless Inquisitive men duilnfr nil thee years have been following; irp little ore slims, traeins ledges that looked Rood, and just finding; color enough to disap point thorn and mnke them the butt r.f ridicule for their "mining" friends. But there have been a few who were not easily discouraged, and the result is that the Gold Coin prospect is being opened up with most flattering results, and only a few days ago a ledge was located toy John Creath which he ex pects some day will make him rich. There are dozens of other locations in the same range, and many of them have encouraging indications.. East of the city is the Superstition tange. though some distance away, and In It are many prospectors who have all but "made It." while close at horn", even between here and! Tempe. and skirting the Camel's Back hill, will some day perhaps be a great field i.f wells gushing oil. the coming fuel of Arizona's reduction plants. SHANNON COPPER CO. Uhkeia Million Dollar Purchase of Mining Claim. Mines and Minerals of Arizona METAL MARKET. NVw York, i.-ans 5714. Oct. 16. Silver 37, Mex- While Phoenix has no mines within the t ity Umlt5( as have a number of the territorial towns, it is no great dis tance from the city to the mining sec tions in almost every direction. Th' attraction of w-avenience.i. together with the agriculture of the valit y. so necessary to the mining in dustry are binding together closer than evtr the interests of the miner and th-. resident and business man of the v ley. It may be truthfully paid, there fore, that as the days go by Phoenix is in the very nature of things becom ing daily more and more of a mining: center. On the other hand, while the city and valley are reaching out toward th? mines by catering to the mining inter ests, those Interests, seemingly with a desire for mutual interchange, are ad- vancing toward the city. In other j words, new ore bodies are constantly being discovered and opened up nearer to Phoenix. North oT the city lTppi?r Cave Cieek In the earjy days was con sidered the closest approach of th-i mineral bort to the vulley. In thess days tiie prospector's pick finds em ployment down almost t. the southern foothill?, and some ore Indications may the capltol, the railroad i bo f ntnd almost within gunshot of th present tuid jjrospet Live. ! Arizona canaL There are now a num ber at properties in the hills just nor. 11 of the city that promise big results In the near future. To the northwest the Wk-kenburg and adjoining dis tricts are reaching out almost to th irrigable lands of the valley, and in the vicinity of Morristown. jurt a Tow miles above "high water mark." there are lots of good properties. wr.IIe at Wlck enburg pioper. formerly a one ml)e town. It is needless to refer at this Um to the many rich discoveries. West of the city the White Tanks an 1 Eagle Tails, sticking right up out of the farm lands, give promise of for- A Boston telegram says: "William B. Thompson, a director In the Shan non Copper company, states that a conveyance has been made by the Ari zona Copper company of tho Iilack Hawk, White Hawk and nine other riaimp, to the Shannon Copper com pany, for a consideration involving nearly a million dollars. Aside fro.n their instrinsic value, the proximity of these claims to the Shannon proper ties, makes their acquisition very du tiable. In tho passing of the deeds. agreement was entered into between the two companies, whereby the re within the side and end lines of then property carrittl down vertically through the surface, belongs to the company owning the surface; thus agreeing that the common law rule, which gives the owner of the surface the possession of the mineral beneath the surface of his land, shall apply to their respective claims. This aereH ment obviates the possibility o any t rift ion over the uii-x law which ha: caused so much litigation in Montana. The company has just finished three miles of railroad at the smelter, and their 500-ton reduction plant will be in operation by January 1. A 00-ton con centrator will be completed early next year. With the smelter running the com pany expects to produce 1,000,000 pounds of copper per month, and with the completion of the concentrator this will be increased t o over 1 .600,000 pounds ier month.' The company then expects to be In position to earn not less than $800,000 ier year, with copper at 12 cents In New York. With copper at the present prices, the earnings ot course, will be more than doubled. ARE YOU PLUMt . or thin ? red cheeks or sallow life in your step or feel your weight ? are you comfortable or hoping to be so next spring or summer or fall ? One is health ; the other is not-quite health. This condition of not-quite health can be turned into health with Scott's emulsion of cod-liver oil. It is a pity to get in the hab it of thinking of health : as a thing to be hoped for; why not go for it now ! There is only one way to make strength : by food. You want appetite first, then food. The emulsion will give you food-rest, to master your food with. W'e'l 1 send you a little to try, i t you like. SCOTT & BOWXE. 400 Pearl ttrcet. Ntn York. ing madtv in sinking the shaft of the Yo Tambien mine, and In driving the drift which Is to connect with the shaft at a- depth of more than 250 feet. The drift is some 700 feet in length. It is expected that the connection will be made within two weeks. Considerable ore carrying good values in copper an I some gold has been encountered In the drift, and the ore Is coming in well in the phaft. tho t mart 7. lelng irm. ated with bunche. of bornlte, rich In copper. Silver P.elt. AFTER ALEXANDER Late Bat Ball Manager Charged With Embezzlement. The Phoenix baseball club la hot footed aft it late captain ami man ager. G. E. Alexander, who left this town on a hog train last Monday morn ing. If hfc lute associates In the na tional time can have their way about It he will probably return by- the same route and be kept on the hog train for some monlha to come. Alexander Is charged with embezzling- the funds of the club to the extent of $85, alleged to have been collected by him from bus iness men Cor the use of the club. The baseball . people did not know un til late yesterday afternoon that Alex ander had gone. He has for some time -been employed at George Kane's bar ber shop. It was ascertained that he had quit work there on Monday and It was further learned that he had stuck the proprietor for several small amounts and that no one at the shop knew where he was. Then came the revelation about the hog train. It was also learned that he had had' a valise checked to Bakersfield, Cal. Late yesterday evening R. I. Mat terton of the ball clu'b swore out a war rant for his arrest on the charge of em bezzling $85. Matteson said that Alex ander had also failed to account for about $40. gate receipts, but that de falcation was not Included In the com plaint. There will be time enough to attend to that if they get Alexander back here, and If they fall to capture him the $40 will 'be gone anyhow. - It was found out last night that Al exander left Ash Fork at 2:30 yester day afternoon west bound. He ought to have been at Needles and out of Ari zona at 7:.".0. before a telegraphic war rant couldi have overtaken him. It makes no difference where he 1. though, for the newly organized base ball club is bound to have him. The big gold find In the Gnturl mountains Is cauping the mining men from every section of the country to cast their eyes Arlznnaward. Assays made from average samples of the bis find make the aluo or the ore nearly 20 per cent .higher thnn first reported. The Gulurias will be the center of the gold excitement for the nxt few months. At least, that is the way it looks now, and developments will enn flim this prediction. Star. No Argument Needed Every Sufferer From Catarrh Know That Salves, Lotions, Washes, Sprays and Douches So Hot Care. SOMK FINE SPECIMENS. Asthma Cure Free ! CHAINED FOR TEN YEARS RIH08 Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Penrfanent Cure in All Cases. Sent ABSOLUTELY FREE on Receipt of Postal Write Yout Name and Address Plnlnly. There Is nothing like Asthmalene. It brings instant relief, even in the worst cases. It cures when all else fails. The REV. C. K. WELLS, of Villa Ridge, 111., says: "Tour trial bottle or Asthmalene received in good condition. I cannot tell you how thankful I feel for the good derived from it. I was a slave, chained with putrid sore throat and Asthma for ten years. I despaired of ever being cured. I saw your adver tisement for the cure of this dreadful and tormentlns disease. Asthma, and thought you had overspoken your selves, but resolved to give it a trial. To my astonishment, the trial acted like a charm. Send me a full-sized bottle." REV. rrt. MORRIS WECHSLER. Rabbi of the Cong. Bnal Israel. New York, Jan. 3, 1901. Drs. Taft Bros". Medicine Co., Gentlemen: Your Asthmalene Is an excellent rrmfdy for Asthma and Hay Fever, and Its composition alleviates . all troubles which combine with As thma. Its success is astonishing and wonderful. After having It carefully analyzed, we can state that Asthmalene contains no oijiiim moifhinp chloroform or eth er. Very truly yours. REV. 1)11. MORRIS WECHSLER, Avon Springs, N. Y., Feb. 1. 190L Dr. Taft Bros. Medicine Co. Gt-ntlemen: I write this testimonial from a sense ot duty, having tested the wonderful effect of your Asthmale ne, for the cure of Asthma. My wife ha been afflicted with spasmodic a-sth ma for the past 12 years. Having ex hnusted my own skill as rvr as many others, I chanced to see your sign "Ton your v'r.f.awB on lioth street, Ne w York, I at once obtained a bottle of As-hmalene. My wife commenced taking it about the first of November. I very soon noticed a radical improvement. Afur using one bottle her Asthma has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms. I feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are arillcted with this dis tressing disease. Yours respectfully. O. D. PHELPS. M. D. lr. Taft Bros. Medicine Co. Feb. B. 1901. Gentlemen: I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years. I have tried num erous remedies, but they have all failed. I ran across your advertisf ment ami sturted with a trial bottle. . I found relief at once. I have since pur chased your full-sized bottle, and I am ever grateful. I have a family of four children, and for six years was unable to work. I am now in the best of health and ani doing business every day. This testimony you can make such use of as you see fit. Home address, 235 Rivlngton street. , S.RAPHAEL, 67 East 129th St.. City. Trial Bottle Sent Absolutely Free on Receipt of Postal. ro not dVlay. Write at once, addressing Dlt'TAFT BROS MEDICINE CO., TU East 130th St., N. Y. City. Phil Wisgins brought in some fine specimens of gold and copper ore the first of the week. The specimens were taken from the Grand View and Maud S. claims that lie about seven miles east of town- The claims, four in num ber, lie -along several quartz-dloi ite dyke3 that run through the granite country rock. A number of rich pay strt'Jiks run" through this dyke, assays from some of them running from $20 to $190 in gold and rich in copper sut phurets from 15 to 30 per cent. The claims were first located in 1S95 by Boh Doll. Phil and Kd Wiggins, but not much development work was done on the claims, though considerable ore was gophered out of the pay streaks and ran - through an arastra which saved about $.10 in values. The prop erty was re-located in January 1900, I by J. H. Sayre and Phil Wiggins an t ?ome development work has been done. The claims lie about two miles south of Gilbert and about two miles west of Powders, lotions,- salves, sprays and Inhalers cannot really cure Catarrh, because this disease Is a blood disease. BCLIEP. and local applications, if they accom- t plish anything, at all, simply give tran sient relief. . The catarrhal poison is In the blood and the mucous membrane of the nose. threat and trachea- tries to relieve the system by secreting large quantities of mucous, the discharge sometimes cios- the Pittsburg group on which such , up nostrllB dropping into th very rich gold ora was found and ,hr.t dMfnM. bv closlna: th which was bonded the latter part of August to J. C. Reed, representing Pennsylvania capitalists. Messrs. Sayre and Wiggins intend to do considerable development work on the claims this winter. Wickenburg News-Herald. JESSIE MINES CO. A company composed largely of citi zens of this county, has been incorp orated for the purpose of operating the Little Jessie group of mines. The com pany is named the Jessie Mines com pany. The officers are as follows: Prefldent. John S. Jones: vice-president and temporary secretary, Harry Brisley: treasurer. William T. Brown. The Little Jessie has yielded a large amount of ore, said to lie about three quarters of a million dollars, and made one man rich through working It under lease. Jerome Miner. o AROUND GLOBE. J. F. Hechtman. who was out to the divide between Mineral and Pinto creeks on Tuesday, reports consider able activity in mine development In that section. At the Sleboth camp three eight-hour shifts are at work In ; N. Y., says Eustachian tubes, and after a tint causing catarrh of stomach or serious throat and lung trouble A remedy to really cure catarrh must be an internal remedy which will cleanfe thj blood from catarrhal poison and remove the fever and con gestion from the mucous membrane. The best and most modern remedies for this purpose are antiseptics scien tifically known as Eucalyptol. Gufllu col, Sangulnaria and Hyd-rastin,, and while each of these have been success- luiiy UKeu Beimruieiy, yvi ji una ui-eii , difficult to get them all combined in one palatable, convenient and efficient form. The manufacturers of the new ca tarrh cure. Stuart's Catarrh Tablets. have succeeded- admirably in accom pUshing this result. They are large. pleasant tasting lozenges, to be dissolv ed In the mouth, thus reaching every part of the mucous membrane of Jho throat and. finally the stomach Unlike many catarrh remedies. Stuart's "Catarrh Tablets contain no cocaine, opiate or any injurious drus whatever and are equally beneficial for little children and adults. Mr. C. R. Rembrandt of Rochester. "I know of few people ha the -haft. which Is down 85 feet. About fifteen men are building a road, a mile and a half long. to. the Sleboth camp. Work is also progressing well at the mine being developed by the old- Cop per Hill syndicate. Gibson, Gibson & Beck are at work on their fine claim and have been hauling ore to the rail road for shipment. rapt. H. Hutton. returned from Los Angeles last week, aecompanleci by Mr. Graham, a wealthy gentleman, who has become Interested with Cap tain Hutton in mines in this district. During his visit to California Captain Hutton purchased from the Bradley estate the lead-silver mine situated about four miles north of town, and which has been fairly 'well developed during the past year. A considerable body of good ore, some or It high grade, has been opened, and other claims near by will probably be ex ploited. L. M. Teal, superintendent of the Pinto Creek Mining & Smelting com pany, was in town on Tuesday. He informed us that good progress is b-j- Keware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury, as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering It through the mucous surfaces. Such rllcles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physl clans, as the damage, they will do Is tenfold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cui manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no metcury. a"nd is taken Internally, acting dire tly upon the blod and mucous furfures of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It Is taken Internally and made In Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimo nials free. Sold by druggists, price 75c per bot tle. Hall's Family Pills are the best. RAILROAD WORK. 1 ill sl Ti l!rri There's delight and etreshinent at any time J ' I iMfj Wml a bottle C?: Ill ZKf.F t c.cfo s tssm mm & llil i-Jsll Sparkling, satisfying, nourishing. It contains j j OHBMIAH King at all Bottled liters." Q Sparklin?. satisfying, nourishing. It contains 3 the "true hep flavor" so delightful in beer, m ; 3 .... . - . . i i yet so seldom round. I he ideal family beer. J! Order irom f LOUIS MELCZER. PHOENIX Our dalntr bonk of iuniis "Sorup German Bupjr," free no rauMt Tna American nrtwiDg t o., . tuoaia, u. BOTTI.KD AT TKK BREWRRT ONI7T. NEVER SOLD IN BULK. 0 WRS -HENSH A W Two Tillies of teel have bon laid out of EKmglan on the road to Deming1 on the Kl Faro A Southwestern. The work Ir now being pushed at the rate of a. mile a day. Twenty miles have been laid out of Penning this way, and It W now expected that the work will be completed about the 1st of February. Kevlew. W. C. Oreene and a -party of direc tors are "expected In Naco tomorrow. The Oovernor of Sonora will meet Mr. Oreene by appointment and go over the ine of the new road with the party ot New Yorkers. A. C. Bernard Is mas ter of ceremonies. Review. The Wedding of Two Well Known Young People. The marriage of Mr. Edward Bow ers and Miss C!ay Henshaw took place Wednesday afternoon at 3 p. m. at the residence of the biide'H parent-j, Mr. and Mrs. A. L.. Hrnshaw, on . Soutn Seveath street. The parlrs were artistically decor ated in sinllax. ferns, carnations ani roses, a bower liffing- furmfwl of th Jat ter, where the bridal party stood dur ing" the ceremony and congratulation.. Promptly at a p. m. Mr?. W. i. Hefty tot.k hr place ut the -piano u'tnl the sweet stiuins off Mondt-lnsohn's wed ding march pealod forth, and the party entered. First Mirs Obtrude Uieli, bridesmaid, and .Mr. Charles flower, brother of the groom, and bt man, followed by the bride and groom. I lev. Lapsley A. McAfee officiated, and the solemn rlns ceremony was perf:mei. The bride v.-a beautifully attirI in white silk batirte, and; carried white carnations, while the bridesmaid wore a dainty whin costume, with pink car nations. After the cerermmy Missen Henshaw, Jennie Herrshaw, Couch and Mollie Pouoh served refreshments o the guests. The bride threw her bou quet to the youn ladies present to de cide the important question of whom should be next. Mis Madge Richmond was the rereivor. Mr. and Mrs. Rowers "left on the 6 V- m train for a tuur throuph southern California, amid a shower of rke. old shoes and rose leave. ISoth Mr. and Mrs. Bowers have lived In Phoenix for a number of years, and their many frienda wish them bon voyage on the eea of matrimony. They were the re cipients of many handsome and valu able presents. Ice cream, sherbet, fruits, salads, fish, meats, chicken, etc Get a nice steak out of our cold storage. Dishes waahed by steam. Lunch counter and dining room. Special cafe and private rooms On second floor. Coffee AVs Restaurant. s I Weak Nerves People cannot help worrying when their nerves are weak. That feeling of languor, dullness mud exhaustion is tlie fearful coiiaition which often pre cedes insanity. The power to work or stiKiy dii-.iiiii.-.nes ana oesjonaency ae prestos the mind niht aud day. If you are ruiftcring the tortures of Nervous Lability, there is no knowing how soon yon may decline to something more horrible. Hut you can get well. The vomhful strencrth. buovunry and hapmessczui be restored by the, use of Thev have cured thousands, and we have so much confidence in them that we give au iron clad guarantee with a 5O.0U order. Sentativwhereln plain package. $1 00 per box. 0 loxes for $T 00. Book free. Add reus. Pbai. Meoicims Co., Clcve- lana, oiiio. FOR PALE BY ELVRT A HULB7TT. THE LIVK DRUGGISTS PHOENIX. ARIZONA. : I TYPICAL SOUTH AFRICAN STORE. First Fall Opening of Millinery on Tuesday, October 22d, at SCOFIELD'S & Lizabeth Maley, Manager O. R. rjirson of Bay Villa. Sundays river. Cape Colony, conducts a store typical of South Africa, at which can be purchased anything from the pro verbial "needle to an anchor." This store Is situated in a valley nine miles from the nearest railway station and about twenty-flve miles from the near- eit town. Mr. Larson says: "I am favored with the custom of farm ers within a radius of thirty miles, to many of whom I have supplied Cham berlain's remedies. All testify to their value In a household where a doctor's advice is almost out of the question. Within one mile of my store the popu lation is perhaps sixty. Of these, with in the past twelve months, no loss than fourteen have been absolutely cured by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. This must surely be a record." For sale by Elvey & Hulett. EXTRA EXTRA Miss Slmms. dressmaker, 447 North Fourth avenue. Try a lcmo:iade made of Robinson's Pure Lemon Juice. It will cost you nothing at 210 W. Washington st. Queen of Queens Mermaid Washinsr Powder. Newitt So you tried the jilace I told you about, eh? Did'n't you lind that a good stream for bass? Fteher It must be a splendid one for them. So few of them leave It. Phila delphia Press. When you have no appetite, do not relish your food and you feel dull after eating you may know that you need a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price. 25 cents. Sam ples free at Elvey & Hulett's drug store have suffered as much as I from Ca tarrh of the head, throat and stomach. I used sprays, inhalers and powders for months at a time with only slight relief, and had no hope of cure. I haJ not the means to make a change or climate, which seemed my only chance of cure. "Last spring 1 read' an account ot some remarkablecuresmadteby Stuart's Catarrh Tablets and promptly bought n fifty cent box from my druggist and obtained such popltive - benefit from that one package that I continued to use them daily until I now consider myself entirely free from the disgust ing annoyance of catarrh; my head Is clear, my digestion all I could- ask and my hearing, which had begun to fail as a result of the catarrh, has greatly Improved until I fejl I can hear as well as ever. They are a household necessity In my family." Stuart's Catarrh Tablets are sold by druggists at 50 cents for complete treatment and for convenience, safely . arrd prompt results they are undoubt-I edly tne long lOOKea ior catarrn curir. j Tou assume no risk when you buy Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy. Elvey & Hulett will refund your money if you are not sat isfied after using It. t Is everywhere admitted to be the most successful remedy In uset for bowel complaints and the only one that never fails. It is pleasant, safe and reliable. OFFICE BOARD OF CONTROL. Phoenix. Arizona, Oct. 16th. 1901. Sealed proposals will be received, at the ofllce of the Board of Control in Phoenix.- Arizona, up to and including October 27th, 1901, for furnishing three thousand square feet, more or less, of Galvanized Wire Cloth, number eigh teen tl8) wire, three (3) meshes to one (1) Inch and thirty (30) Inches wide. The cloth to be approved by the Su perintendent of the Insane Asylum an-1 delivered to the Insane Asylum of Ari zona by the bidder not later that No vember 15th. 1901. - The Bord of Control will open the bids at 11 o'clock, a, m., October 28th 1901. at their ofllce, and reserve the rleht to accept or reject the whole or any part of any and all bids. E. J. BENNITT. Secretary. 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