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THE AIUZONA" REPUBLICAN: " SATTJ KDAT MORNING. NOTEMBEB 2, 1901.
3 You may Snap your Fingers at Dyspepsia Tliere is a quality in Royal Bak ing. Powder, coming from the purity and wholesomeness of its ingre dients, which promotes digestion. Food raised by it will not distress: This peculiarity of Royal has. been noted by hygienists and physicians, and they accordingly recommend it in the preparation of food, espe cially for those of delicate digestion. ROYAi. BAK5NO POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST.,NEW YORK. " Mines and Minerals of Arizona METAL. MARKET. . Now York. Nov. 1. fopper, un hanged: silver, 57; Mexicans, 45V4- J. K. Truman left with the board or trmle yesterday a flno sample of per cent. The ore came from hin claims a mil ubove New River, in Moore's Culth. From his report the property :iTiurt be a promising one. On tho sur face the cropping walls show a lot! or cijrmy-nv' reet. tnouRn in the iyrp- er norklucTB the penetration into' t vein ia only twenty-two feet. Jut the! opening In still as wide an our the top. it not wider. Thor i: abrfut 400 feet of development work on the property, .consisting of shafts, open cuts and tun nein. The deepest shaft is pixty feet. The ore near the surface has many pockets and small deposits of very rich ore, and also considerable native or sheet copper, but no attention is paid to that, as it is Mr. Truman's idea to develop a large body of sulphide ore. For overTWervty-fiveVers.ATnericars LOS ANGELES, CAL. . b giving thousands of women health, cin oins which made their lives so . -jf. an cf emaciated ferms are the results of suffering. What suffering can com pare with the torture of Irregular, menstruation, leucorrhoea and falling of the womb I Beauty flees quickly before the ravages of such disease. The . , snarp pains of failing of the womb deepen the crow tracks in the face. Menstrual Irregularities rob the eye of its Fire and the complexion of its transparency. Leucorrhoea drains the body of its strength, but Wine of Cardui restores the natural beauty, brightens the eye, clears the complexion, rounds out the figure and brings back the vigor of health. Every druggist in thai city handles $1.00 bottles of Wine of Cardui. Yv mAriue and llterataT. sdtfreM, slrls JifTlwel,". Xhs Cbsaasoogt sledii B Government Land Homesteads or Desert Entry at Imperial, San Diego Co., ' California , Water From the Colorado TOWN LOTS IN IMPERIAL' AND OTHER TOWN SITES. WE ARE OFFERING (SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS FOR A FEW WEEKS TO "'- -THOSE DESIRING RANCHES. CALL O.N US 0(5 WRITE. FOR - "CIUCULARS. maps; etc.; WE CAN ASSIST IN LOCATING. RICE & LElGHTOra, 3 s F1WST AVE- Phoenix, Arizona " and he thlr.k3 ho has pretty nearly ac complished hin purposed It Is thought the property will prove a good one for a pyritic smelter. The location of te mine is some distance from a railroad, however, and,, for that reason he' i.- fully determined to show up a big lnluo l:efore hodos and bragging. COMMONWEALTH MINE Closed Sown Bather Than Fosttr " Union Organization. From a miner who came over from Pearce last evening the Review learns that the tie up at Pearce is' complete and not a -wheel is turning or a stamp dropping. On Saturday noon when Superinten dent Krockman and Manager Barrlnffer learned that a union had been formed la the camp, they called for all tlic union men to come up out of the shaft and were greatly surprised when the Beauty is Health. ' Walnut Lake, Ark., Jan S, 1900. I thank yon for the benefit I received from your advice and the Wine of Cardui I took in ' my terrible condition. My life wan no pleasure to me at all and I was of no use to anybody. After receiving your advice and medicine I commenced takinjf, it and began immediately to improve. The pains left me and the menses, which came at the correct time, continued three days. I have gained strength and my weight has increased. Mf husband says the medicine hasi made me better looking than ever before. . .. Mrs. LIZZiK MAM NELL. Womanly health means bright eyes, rosy cheeks, clear complexion and elasticity of form This Is the youth unmeasured by years the beauty ot perfect womanhood. Beautiful wo men arc happier and get more out of life than their sisters whose faces indicate suffering Wine of Cardui made Mrs. Manncll -better look ing" and infinitely happier because It cured her of those terrible pains. But she is no exception. WINEo'GARDUI beauty and freedom from the draj- miserable. Wan faces, hatfaard eves il irmptomi. Th. T-adln Advlaorv cm, Company, Catusnoos, Iiu. Stock, $12.25 and Up Per Acre entire shift came up. The officers In formed them that If the union waa not disbanded at once the works woujd be closed down. ' The miners refused to accede to this and all were notified to cull at the office for their time. ' The Ores were drawn from the boilers and In a few nours everything; was at a standstill. The miners had made no demands upon the company and It was simply upon learning; of the formation of the union, that Superintendent Brockman ordered the dismissal of the men. ' . -.. . When our Informant left Pearce -io move had been made to settle them dif ficulty. Manager Barringer left Mon day for the east and before departing; stated that "the company's end of the matter was In the hands of Superin tendent Hrockman and his actions would be the voire of the company." MINING NOTES. The smelter at Gleeson was tempor arily closed down yesterday owing; to the non-arrival of coke. It is expected a shipment will arrive in a day or two, when work will be resumed. The smelter results have been most satis factory to the management, and will continue to give- forth a constant stream of copper bullion to add to Co chlse county's wealth. Prospector. It Is claimed that a saving of about J WO per ton can be made by Senatoi W. A. Clark's newly acquired process for the manufacture of bars, sheets and tubes out of the crude copper at the pit's mouth. The process is eloa trolytic and very similar to the cl-.-c-trolytic refining; method bv which 200.000 tons of copper were refined In the United States last year; It uses the same amount of electrical energy per ton of metal as the old but it Is worked at a rate ten times greater, and in making; bar copper-for subse quent smelting; a rate twenty times greater is said to have been success fully employed. Asa. Walker, an old mining; man Ir here from the Dragoon mountains. Speaking; of the mines In that district Mr. Walker said that the Peabody mine wus now shipping ore to the smelter at Kl -.-aso. A shaft Is bein sunk at the Hooker mine near the Pea body group and It Is now down to u depth of liiO feet. Superintendent Clifford of the Peabody mine is devel oping some claims near Dragoon Sum mit. Oold ore Is being taken out of the Old Terrible mlne'and milled - at Cochise. Cltlaen. Henry Kemp, former superintendent of the" Kosemont Copper company. Is in the city. Mr. Kemp is now oper cting the old .Warsaw mines, thirteen mdes from Old Glory, In the Oro Blanco mining district. This property was formerly owned by the Dlsstons of saw making fame of Philadelphia. A force of men are now engaged in de velopment work. Star. E. 8. Dodge .of Oracle, is In the city. Dr. Dodge is Just recently returned from a trip to the Galurla mountains where the Fleming brothers have their big gold property. Mr. Dodge says that the statements made about this property , are not exaggerations. Tht deveiopment work has shown up Horn" wonderful ore lodes. Mr. Dodge has located several claims adjoining the property. Star. !. . S. McKec, a -Chicago expert, will leave today for the Parnell mine, south of the Hillside mine, to examine same with a view of handling It. The Par nell Is a gold-silver property, principal ly gold, and Is the first south extension of the celebrated Hillside mine. Twenty thousand dollars has been taken out of the Parnell. with $1,000 worth of de velopment work. The ledge Is four feet w;is. The Parnell belongs to F. Frank Dillon. Courier. George W. Wilson has arrived in Prescott from Jerome with his electro geodetic ore finder, says the Journal Miner. He gave an exhibition of the instrument at Hotel Burke. Mr. Wil ron will remain here for some time and probably permanently. He met with splendid success with the Instrument at Jerome as he has at other places. Captain L. D. Phillips returned on this morning's train from a visit in the southern part of Yavapai and In Mari copa county on mining business. Cap tain Phillips represents Douglass, Iacy & Co. of New York and their extensive interests in this section keeps him busy looking after them. He will leave to morrow evening for the southern part of the territory where the company Is Installing a smelter. Journal-Miner. Arizona Is knocking at the nation's door for admission and we hope the door will be thrown wide open with a hearty welcome. California can well appreciate the position of Arizona when It is remembered that no less a states man than Webster opposed California's admission to statehood on the ground that 1t was "a barren land of sand and sagebrush, and a haunt of savages and wild beasts." Arizona will be extended a cordial greeting by California, and the two great mineral states of the vflflc coast will hencefortn marcn aide by side to prosperity. With her wonderful mineral resource, an as sessed valuation of $40,000,000. and a nonulation of more than 125.000. ever on the Increase. Arizona is entitled to a star on the national banner. Mining and Engineering Review. The production of the Arizona Copper company. Limited, for the perKMI from September II. on which date the new plant began work, to September SO. was equivalent to 671 tons of copper. The rale of certain of the mines belonging to the company, referred to in the re port for the half year to March 31 last, has been carried through and the price, flRO.OOO. has been paid in cash. -Review. .- -. MIXED THOSE SIGNS UP. Considerable mirth among passengers generally and not a flttle indignation among residents of Babylon, who were traveling on a Long Island train the other day, were cause- by a thought- i less brakeman, who rather oddly mis placed two important notices in one of the coaches. The ordinary board of health notice warning passengers against expector ating on the floor, had occupied alone a prominent place in the center of the car until the company ordered a card displayed reading: "This car for Baby lon." I As the train pulled out of the station ' on the next trip passengers were greeted with this rather startling not 1 ice: "This car for Babylon: $500 for ! this offense, or a year's Imprisonment, or both." New York Mail and Express. I! An average passenger locomotive needs 120 gallons of oil yearly to keep it in running order. CoKe Shampoo (L Toilet Soap A tonic and a treat. It makes a clean bead and a clear complexion. Excel lent for both. Removes the greasy, shiny appearance. CORE DANDRUFF CURE Stops hair from falling out. Cures Dandruff, Brittle Hair, Itching and all Scalp Troubles. Guaranteed to cure or money refunded. Awarded medals and special - favor at Paris Exposition. Coke Dandruff Cure is good enough to have many imita tors. You be good enough to demand the genuine. Sold everywhere. A. R. BREMER CO., Chicagu. FOR SALE BY ELVEY & BULETT, THE LIVE DRUGGISTS. The Churches BETHANY CHAPEL. Corner Desert and Aita streets. Merton Smith will speak and Miss Augustine will sing at the afternoon service at 3 o'clock. FREE METHODIST CHURCH. Sabbath school at 10 o'clock. Preaching at 11, followed by class meeting. Preaching In the evening at 7:30 by Miss Ada Pearce. AH are welcome. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH. - Public worship will be conducted Jo morrow nt 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:30 p. by the Rev. Imrl Zumwalt, pastor. The Sunday school will convene at 9:45 m. There will be no Y. P. S. C. E., as the sch tety will attend the lecture by Miss Brehin In the M. E. church at 6 o'clock." M. E. CHURCH. SOUTH. Center and Mo;iroe streets, it. A. Rowland. pastor. Sabbath school at 10 a. m.. Dr. H. A. Hughes, superintendent. Preach ing at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by Pre siding Elder J. M. Weems. Junior league at S p. m.. Mrs. A. D. Alsnu. superintendent. No Epworth league service on account of union Young Peo ple's meeting in M. E. church. FIRST BAPTIST CHUHCH Second avenue anil Jefferson street, Lewis Halsey, D. D.. pastor. Public worship. 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.: bible school, 9:45: union young people's meeting at at Methodist Episcopal church In the evening with an address by Miss Brehm. Pastor's morning theme, "Who Will Enter The Kingdom of Heaven?" Song service In the. evening: topic. "Evening Hymns." A cordial welcome to all: MtraniTrfi osneeizLllv welcome. HAVE TOI) A FAVORITE IITMN!.,l".ru'e herein described and not -If so it may be the one which other. "thin the coroorate limits of any town love best- At the Baptist church to- or w,,hi" ,80 rod,f f an' Dostofflce. who morrow morning each one present will . hl m"u aPosited at a given be requested to give the first line of h.r ! P""1' on e of the route by the or her favorite hymn. The result of ,carr'er on ro"te mar Provide and the voting will be reported at the even ing service, when the favorite hymns of President Roosevelt, General Robert VI. Lee. King Edward VII. Gladstone. Beecher and others will be sung. The quartet will lead the singing, and will give special selections. SUNDAY SCHOOL. RALLY DAY. Tomorrow will be recognised as Sun day school "rally" day at the First Methodist Episcopal church. At 9:45 the regular Sunday school lesson and at the close an address by Dr. George B. Pratt. At 11 a. m. the pastor will preach an Illustrated sermon on the parable of the sower, to parents and children. At o'clock there will be a union young people's meeting, ad dressed by Miss Marie Brehm, of the W. C. T. U. The regular evening service Will also be in charge of Miss Brehm. There will be good music at all the services. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCrf Servi ces tomorrow as follows: Sabbath school, 9:45 a. m.; preaching, 11 a. m. By invifition of the session of the church Miss Marie C. Brehmn. a tal ented lecturer of Illinois., will fiU the pulpit. Miss- Ora M. Augustine will siug the offertory solo. There will be no evening services at tho church as there will be a union young people's service at 6 p. m. at the First M. B. church, at which Miss Brehm will lec ture, and at 7:30 the union evangelis tic services, conducted by Rev. Merton Smith, will be held in the large tent. All druggists gaurantec every bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy anl will refund the money to anyone who Is not satisfied after using two-thirds of the contents. This Is the best rem eoy in the world for la grippe, coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough, and is pleasant and safe to take. It pre vents any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia. Dorris Theatre L. M. CRAWFORD ; . ..Lessee MARTIN & STECHAN Managers Mon. and Tues. , Nov. 4 and 5 Special Kngagement of the Distin guished Actor Melbourne MacDowell Bup ported by Miss Florence Stone and a carefully selected company in Sardou's Greatest Plays. Monday evenlne. "CLEOPATRA." Mr. MacDowell as Marc Antony Miss Stone as Cleopatra Tuesday evening. "LA TOSCA.44 Mr. MacDowell as Le Baron Scarpla Miss Stone as ...Flora Tosca Produced, with the same lavish seen lc euuinment and mairnincence of cos ...m., na v... npiinni iLunn-.,..., ..-,.- ductlon. ' Staged under the supervision of Mr. operation the rural free delivery serv Frank Willurd. seventeen Vears stage lee. except as an addition or supple manager for Miss Davenport. . (mental service when shown to bo nec I Prices, S1.S0, 1.00. 75c, 50c. 1 essary and practicable." FKEE DELIVERY OF KAIL Improvement ia Star .Route Service, Iffective July 1,1902. Mr. Edward J. Fuller of Washington. D. C, assistant superintendent of the t railway mail service, was In the city I yesterday, his special business beln to explain and provide for an improved mail service on the star routes located In this city. The department proposes t- make two innovations In the star :-oute service. One Is a reform and the oi.her Is a new and added convenience. The reform will consist In letting the contracts for carrying the mall to home people. Heretofore It has been the cus i torn of professional contractors to pe j cure these star routes and sublet the contracts to local carriers, who have I been unable to make the service profH ( able and 'Who, In the nature of things. unarm ue irretponsiDie. ror instance. If an Irregularity occurred and the Phoenix postmaster desired to call the attention of the contractor to the mat ter he would have to go to some eastern city to find him. Hereafter contracts will be let only-to local people who are to preform the service themselves or have it under their Immediate super vision. The contracts now In force will expire June 30 next and proposals for new contracts will be received by the second assistant postmaster general any time before December 3, 1901. The list of star routes now being operated In this county for which these new contracts are to be let to local bid ders only is as follows: McDowell to Scottsdale, 20 mires and back, twice a week. Present contract pays $228. Bond, $800. Phoenix to Scottsdale. 11 miles and back, six times a week. Present con tract pays $336. Sub-contract pays $276. Bond, $1,300. Phoenix by Cave Crek to Ltscum, 35.50 miles and back, three times a I weeK. i-resent contract pays $260 for service twice a week. Uond, $2,000. Phoenix by Coldwater, Liberty and Buckeye to Arlington, 51.75 miles and back, three times a week. Present con tract pays $825.35. Bond. $3,000. Mesa to Leht. four miles and bacic, six times a week. Present contract pays $148.99. Sub-contract pays $100. Bond, $500. Wlckenburg to Gilbert, 12 miles and back, six times a week. Present con tract pays $35. Bond, $1,400. I Morristown to Hot Springs. 24 miles and back, six times a week. Present contract pays $548. Bond, $2,800. Sentinel to Apia Callente, 14 mllea and back, six times a week. Present contract pays $435. Bond, $1,600, The Improvement referred to above is the free delivery of mall and will prove a great convenience to those liv ing in the country. It can best be ex plained by the following excerpt from a circular Insued by the department: "In addition to carrying the mails to the various postoffices on the star routes, the carrier on each route (ex cept where otherwise specifically star ed) will be also required to deliver mail into all boxes and hang small bags or satchels containing mail on cranes or posts that may De erected along the route under the following conditions: "Any person living, on or near any roadside, located in such a manner as to he reached as conveniently as prac ticable by the carrier without dis mounting from the vehicle or horse, and such person shall file with the post master at the postoffice to which his mall Is addressed (which shall be one of the two postofflces on the route on either side of and next to? the box or crane) a request in writing for the de livery of his mall to the carrier on the route for deposit at the designated point, at the risk of the addressee. The small basr or satchel above described, as well as the box or crane, must be provided by the person for whose use It is intended without expense to the department. "It shall be the duty of the postmaster at every such postoffice, upon a writ ten order from any person living on or near the star route, to deliver to the proper mail carrier for that route any mail matter placing In the respective satchels, where Buch are used, the mail for the persons to whom such satchels belong with Instructions as to the proper mail box or crane at which said mail matter shall be deposited; but registered mail shall not be so delivered unless expressly requested by the ad dressee In his written order. No mail matter so delivered to a carrier shall be carried pust another postoffice on the route before being deposited into a mail box or hung on a crane or post- "The carrier on the star route will lie required to receive from any post master on the route any mail matter or private mall satchel that may be in trusted to him, outside of the usual mail bag. and shall carry such mail matter or private mall satchel to and deposit It into the proper mail box or hang It on the proper mall crane placed on the line of the route for this pur pose; such service by the carrier to be without charge to the addressees. "The mail carriers must be of good choructer and of sufficient Intelligence to properly handle and deposit the mail along the routes. "The department does not descrtlie any particular design of box or Batchel to be used for this service, but the per son providing either should see that It Is of such character as to afford ample protection to his mail. If there is a lock attached to the box, a key is not to be held by the carrier, as he is ex pected to deposit the mail without the necessity of unlocking the box. The box or crane should be so located on the roadside that the carrier can deposit the mail without leaving his vohic! or horse, and yet not where It will ob struct public travel. "Tne carrier is not required to collect mail from the boxes, but there is no ob- lection to' his doinsr so If It does not I interfere with his making the schedule l time, 'i ne law proviaes mai every car- rier of the mall shall receive any mall matter presented to him if properly I prepaid by stamps and deliver the same for mailing at the next postoffice at which he arrives, but that no fees shall - ' he allowed him therefor, - "Delivery of mall by star route car riefS will not be I w Tin 1 1 ted o vit such i portions of star routes as may have In Makes no Difference. Women are All Alike. No Matter What Their Station in Life May Be. All Praise Lydia E. Pinkham's' Vegetable Compound. If she is one of the favored daughters of wealth, if she belongs even to the realm of the a well-to-do," or if she belongs to the un numbered thousands who must work in order to live the story is just the same; nil suffer from about the same cause, and in this Buf fering "jieculiar to women," all reach the same level, and all are of the same family. When a woman is nervous and irrituble, head and back ache, feels tired all the time, loses sleep and appetite, has pains in groins, bearing down sensation, whites and irregularities, she is not " worn out," but feela as if she were. . . ' Such" symptoms Udl her that a womb trouble is imminent, and she cannot act too promptly if she values her future comfort and happiness. The experience and testimony of some of the most noted women of America go to prove, beyond a question, that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vejrtable Compound will correct all such trouble at once by remov ing the cause and restoring the organs to a healthy and normal condition. If in doubt, write Mrs. Plnkhain at Lynn, Mass., as thousands do. 1 Tyfor - Mrs. Pinkham Tells Mrs. Scott How to be Cured. " Deah Mns. Pictcham : I have been for some years & great sufferer and thought I vrould write, and explain my case to yon as yon had helped so many others. Menstruation is irre;rular and very painful. 1 have suffered with painful periods for tpn years but the pains grow worse as I grow older. I suffer mo-it with my back, lower part cf abdomen and left side. I have been flowing all the month and a part of August, not constantly, but will stop for two or three days end then befjin again. 44 The doctor says I have misplacement of the womb. I have bearing" down. " pains when passing- urine, and my abdomen i3 very badly swollen and sore Please advise me at your earliest convenience.4 Mrs. A- V. Scott, 21 Page St., Kingston, Pa. (Sept. 30, JBOU.) ' " Dkab Mas. Pixkiiam: When I wrote to yon asking advice no ono could describe my sutfericg-. The doctors said 1 could not be relieved unless I had an operation performed, but thanks to you. and your medicine I got along- without having- the dreaded operation.. I have taken ten bottles of Your medicine and am once more well and happy. IiJii!t 12. finklinm's Vegetable Compound is a fine medicine and a tiod-send to suffering women. I trust my tetter may-be the means of bringing- many of my suffer ing sisters to accept your kind aid.'4 Mrs. A. V. Scott, il Page St., Kingston, Pa. (Jan. 30, 1901.) . Iiemeniler Mrs. Pinkham's advice is free, and all sick women are fuolish if they do not ask for it. So other person has sucb vast experience, and lias helped so many women. KKWAKD. Wo have deposited with the National City Bank of Lynn, 15000, which will tie paid to any person who can find that the above testimonial letter la uot geuuiue or was published before obtaining the writer's special pet misatou. Lydia K. Plnkliam Melictn Cow. Lynn, Mass. THE CARE OF CHILDREN Ai Practiced by a Brill Addition Family- Neighbors of a certain family living close to the car line in Brill's addition tell a tale which sounds cruel and harsh to those who are not accustomed to a cold plunge. Every night before a family of four children are put to bed they are' made to march out in the back yard in the attire that .nature cave them. Beginning with the baby. four months old, they are in turn given a ducking in a tub of cold water or held unuer the faucet. The cries from the baby vhn sub jected to this treatment are heart rend-j BOTTLED AT THE BREWERY 4 is a bottle of that sparkling w3 Wl f im ft and delicious beverage, A ' "ftvX." YI j3il ! (Boh em ana WSk I , ' ' "Kins at all Bottled Boora.4' V"1k rc3 as It is the best of tabic beers wholes " Vffy some and inspiring. Possesses the Irrtww'M true hop flavor. Is an ideal tonic WKi 9 and appetizer. I vS'Vi&,W4 S ' Order Frooi I WttrTl XT" I LOUIS HIELDZER, .- PHOENIX WAry j Ctar dainty book of Mnn "Rome fterman Snpper" & JrfV Jrk. 3 lyon's French Periodical Drops Strictly vegetable, perfectly harmless, sure to accomplish s DESlitF.D RESUUTS. Greatest known female remedy. ftaiT1tu Bowaro of counterfeits and Imitations- Tno ircnnlne U rnt np onlr In paste-boar Car WilllUn ton with fac-slmllo Birtaruro oa slda of tho bottle, tfjus: . Bend for Circular to WIJ-L.IAJIU iltAi. CO, Bole Aen-s. CJaToliEd. Ohio. -cT- TOR SALE BY BEX L. BEAR. UP-TO-DATE DRUGGIST. ing. . The poor child began life with a cold bath under the faucet when only two -hours old. So far as could be learned, the parents do not practice what tney preach: if so, tney wait until after dark. After the children have been doused they are put to bed out la the yard without any protection from tne : elements whatever except, of course, bed clothes. The parents, how ever, sleep indoors. Surely a punishment, the neighbors say, awaits parents who will subject children to exposure and storms which they do not themselves endure. A man by the name of Berg once founded a society for. the prevention oC cruelty to animals. There ia an Im pression In that neighborhood tint children Fhould bo entitled to even more protection than dumb animals. ONLY. NEVER SOLD IN BULK.