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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 28, 1901.
3 PRES. SIHiAFF ISO Life Saved by aines SOUTHERN ARIZONA Interesting Review of the Mines in in That Section. Celery Compound NATIONAL LODGE, Amalgamated Association of Iron, Steel and Tin Workers of the United States. GENERAL OFFICE.. Bissell Block, 407 SvntK Avenu PITTSBURG, P., Oct. 16, 1901. In 18tfl I was compelled lo abandon my profession, xtj'uso of nervous Irotratlon consequent upon exposure, hard study and overwork. A number of physicians declared I would never recover, but I tried Palne'a celery compound and in less than a year increase:! in weight from to 215 pounds. During the recent strike of the steel workers, finding myself ready to oil apse and fearing a recurrence of my former trouble. I returned to my former friend, Paine celery compound. and already am felinj? more visr.jus .ind able to meet and discharge the duties of my office. Yours truly. T. J. SHAFKKIt, President. Much bo caUe'l ovorwoi k of business men is the overwork of worry, care, nnxiety, haste. These make the severest drafts on thei: vit.ility. Thos who suffer from nervous debility, ine.itnl depression, jiIe'Mtlrssiies or "JS'iw Pepsin, ilixl Paine's -ielei y coniwund t powerful restorative, it regulates tri liver. and kidneys, cleanses the blood, and 1'eeds the nervep anil nerve renters nil over the body: Uecov?ry from di.-ieases of the liver, kidneys and stomach )y the aid of Paine's -elery compound is lasting. It Is tiie sre:U.:.t of all iiiodrn restorative .taenia. Paine's celery ct.mpound- is presu-ribfd by physicians who differ in many other things but igrre in estimating highly this Kreatt of remedies for cur ing diseases of the kidneys. heu mutism, gout, dyspepsia. Itrignt's diseas? find stomach disorders due to a deranged nervous syt?m. Mines and Minerals of Arizona THE METAL MARKET. Xew Turk, Dec. 27. Silver. 55 Mexicans, 436. roppei weak: lak. 413.0U; castings. $12.50. Work continues at the Tombstone Mine company's combination sha't. Levels are being run during the course :? which are bodies are met, but none oT the mineral is being hoisted, this work being merely preparatory. The company machine shoo is a pcene of activity, where old machinery is being overhauled and made as good as new. notwithstanding the fact that modern and more powerful apparatus has been specially constructed and is due to arrive soon. The company offices on Fifth Etrept have undergone a thorough renovation and the furniture is now arriving, the richness a! which is a guarantee that this w'll be the hand somest suite of offices In the territory. commensurat3 only with the great mines, the busii:?ss of which will be transacted here. Prospector. Manager J. M. Curtis, who represent the interest in the mines controlled by L. ZeeKendurf & to. of Tucson. Inform ed your correspondent, writes Q. W. J it to k to tile i-ts Angeles Mining lie view, that last Sumliiy at the "Old root." in the Silver liell district, the old 3't-ton jacket had be ndiHrardedaiid for some time pa:u the two UO-tori jack ets were in use in the smelting of ores, the product being shipped out via Red Keck Station on the Southern Pacific line. Some sixty men are employed at present, and the results are satisfac tory. Mr. Curtis is assisted by his son-in-law. Alfred Donau. He has tried seven superintendents in the past few years, and found it difficult to get just the man h wanted. For that reason he is filling the place temporarily. Zeck endorf f; o. aro interested In the Washington district, Santa tYuz coun ty, at the Mo-wry. and In the Hay. The latter mines are in the Riverside dis trict. East Pinal county. Mr. Curtl says the Ray mines have been proven good, but extravagant management will not make a good mine profitable. What the future c" the Ray will be remains an open question. The Oxide Copper Co. maintains a force of some twenty men developing the Young America, one of the thirty seven claims in the Silver Bell district, purchased three and a half yearn ag from local people. This property Is but a few miles from the Old Boot above referred to. The shaft is down 5C0 feet and drifting began some months ago. Col. Mike H. Twcmey came biu-k a week ago from Boston. He ha sev ered his connection with the Copper Belle company at Turquoise, east of Tombstone, and abandoned operations In the Ash Peak district in C.rahoin county. During Col. Twomey's visit east he met Westinghouse, who paid he would try the Denver invention to determine what could be done to dis pose of the xinc in the Duquean? property. Washington district. Santo Cruz county. Col. Twcmey has inter ested himself in the project. He said good properties would find a mark?t in the eat. The Pride of the West, in the Wash ington district, Santa Cruz county, has been working, on a small scr.le. the Wolfley patent, a magnetic method of eliminating foreign elements from re fractory oies such as alpo lie in the Duquesne Camp. Mr. Emerson Gee, of the Santa Cruz county board of super visors has ably managed the Pride of the West slni'e the Wolfley patent was introduced there. The plant is being increased in capacity to 100 tons daily. Mr. Wm. Kemp, late manager f the Rosemont Copper Co. Is In oharge of the Old Warsaw, in the Oro Blanco district. Mr. Chas. E. t'dall returned recently frcm an extended eastern trip and is now out at the Majorris. on the east slopes of the Cata lines, where he is Interested. Reports from La Cananea, Mexico, and from Tombstone are very encour aging, and the next few months will CARRIES THE STRAIN Quite a strain on a criild to grow. You find it about all you can do to live along as you are and keep well. Your child has to do all that and grow be sides. Some children can't stand the extra strain. They get weak and sickly as a result of jt. This is where Scott's Emul sion does some of its best work. It is a strong rt grow ing ' medicine.. It starts up new life in the backward child and strengthens the weak ones. .Scott's Emulsion takes all the extra strain and carries the children along until they are strong enough to stand it alone. We'll fteml you a Y.nsio try. If yon lite. SCOT 1 KfAV'Nil, .9 Tear! treet, Xaw Yucfc. thousands of dollars out of 150,000 tons of tailings at the Mammoth in Pinal county, said recently that everything at the San Pedro dumps near FaJr- Unlr nroB r XT Xtf- A nAMmn Yiam 'feeveral -months operations ahead in cyanldlng tailings dropped by the old mills which pounded ores from the Tombstone mines. Dr. Lennox, attending physician at Helvetia. In answer to a query, said today that the smelter will be running In that camp in a few days. There is a shortage of roke at present. . Tucson feels keenly the suspension of trade at Mammoth and Shultz, ow ing to the tie-up of the Mammoth Gold Mining & Milling Co., at those r laces although the Mammoth Cyanid Ing Co. is cleaning up the tailings. Ex-Senator Thomas Davis is now in charge. " Superintendent Driscoll reports ac tivity at the Loma Verde near this city. Officers of the the company were here during November and after the examination of work returned to Los Angeles highly pleaded with the conditions. witness great changes In these dis tricts. The Tombstone district will be In form again under new conditions with a railway connection added to the good things en rout a and very close at hand. Mr. Nicholas Anderson who did well in his association with the St. Louis (Sold Recovery Co., which cleaned up In 1S9S and the following years, many The Blues - is one signal which foretells physical decay. Another is pale lifelcm akin. The muscles shrink and become flab by; the body becomes emaciated, and there is an early tendency to round boulders. The step lacks elasticity, the nerves become weak; mental and physical activity are a burden. This condition is called Ktrvous De bility; it is cured by the use of They feed the hungry nerves, revive the weakened organs and make life brighter and sweeter to any man or woman who has sulfercd from physical drains. $1.00 per box : 0 lozes (with legal fruarantce to cure or refund the money , frVOO. ltook frrr. l'KAL MKOICINS Co., Cleveland, Ohio. FOR SALE BY ELVEY & HULETT, THE LIVE DRUGGISTS PHOENIX. ARIZONA, X Additional LocaJ 5 DEATH 0P MR. E. A. MARTIN. Dr. Ancil Martin yesterday evening re ceived a telegram informing him of the death of his fathVr, which occurred at Los Angeles yesterday. RETURNED TO PHOENIX. Mr. L. B. Talley, who was formerly engaged in the painting business here, has re turned to Phoenix after an absence of eight years. He has found no place that offers bc-tter Inducements for a permanent residence and has decided to make this his home. He will open a paint shop on East Washington street. A. O. IT. W. CEREMONIALS. Phoe nix lodge No. 5, A. O. U. W., held a record-breaking meeting in its lodge room in the Horner building lust night, when somewhere between twenty-five anil fifty new members were made ac quainted with the mysteries of the order. This big addtlon to the mem iHTShip was brought about largely through the efforts of Mr. Henry Sates, general deputj' of the order, who has been in Phoenix for a week or so. After the initiatory work, the event was celebrated by a social ses sion "including pickles said the an nouncement to members. The evening was not only one of good work for the order, but was very pleasantly spent by the members In a social way. Dr. H. E. Stroud acted as toastinaster, and displayed a pleasing versatility In that responsible position. Addresses were made by many of the members, and closed with a splendid effort by Mr. Gates, that was listened to with close attention by all present. Another rous ing meeting will be held by the Is'Jge on the evening of January 8th. JUDICIAL REFORM IN MAINE. At the Maine law court which will convene In Augusta next Tuesday, the seven justices of the Supreme Judicial court cf Maine for the first time will wear the silk toga. Lewiston Evening Journal. -V- -5- r m- Corner Fourth and Broadway, Los An gales 4. vxxxxxx-:x: Tell Us Your Troubles.....! . sM"S"ii""i";"fr-fr-,t,t A Oft times yon cannot get just what 3'ou want at home. Its for just such emergencies that we have A Mail Order Department Write 3'our wants to us. We have trained men and women whose only v duties are to shop for you. We Sell Everything DRESSED IN GREENBACKS. Mrs. Rosa Cooney, who was brought in from Ash Fork last Monday evening on a charge of embezzling $1,400, was searched in the county jail yesterday and $1,270 of the missing money was found secreted on various parts of her person. The first search was fruitless, but the next assay 'd high In $'-'0 bills. When a $500 roll of bills was located the searcher thought she had encoun tered a truet fissure vein of cash. Prercott Courier. "May, you're just making a fool of that man!' Winifred There goes Miss Aeroplane in her new balloon coat. Harriet That isn't a new balloon coat. That is only her last year's auto mobile coat made over. ,7. CZJSSr -Sw 1 jsn NTT f5 Every Yomat is lnierewcu una uioora Know - about the wonderful MARVEL Whirling Spray Tlte new ttyrlmc. injrrs Mnn t ouTement Aat TMr Sr-wvUt fcr tt It li- i-hi.ihH tbpidy like Nothing of the kind. It was only iutrt.i boo -u.it kit last mad niKht that he told me he wa self- SffiJSttJjrA'tfSfJV, ( 1 ttooia T I im cw HI. -' York MANHOOD RESTORED,uK ble Valuer. Uio prrriooa of a f umwis Freni physic-tan, will qnlckiy cure yoo of ul m'rvuuaor i!ImumuI iti ft: rutins ortuis, ditrfi (s los JsiMmntat Pain 1st itae Diuik. Hrmlsal EwImIom. Uto lXiblllt, ftMmpIs linuisn lo Mrrr, f.Bbaiutlsg lrl. trlrol mm t oniUMllts. lLit,tMAil liMmnr rinr mehL Pn Ttntuaiik:knmiot djctarcc. whwrli If DOtcbecKnl lo:-is in MTiustorrliu and ull tho horrura ot tin potency. C'lflHtEFfRcieaaseathtt llvir. b hlikxii ami nnoiLrv urtua at ail imuarllias. C LT 11JJE31 J. HreilKI Imi Had restores sml I wean organa. ..... Trtt-axou vtatoru are not cniwd by Doctors to becaase 90 per cn tan troubled with Prsvataifttlm, Cri'l UK.NK ltt iMur known tt-me)jr U cure wtibuui na oeraikio. SOW tdStur.oitialA. A written Eurftiiee c'f u aitd bdoih t rturn-i u tuxesdoanoti eflct a prniaimiK. enr i.b(t a boz Xor fO mil hon-t for Ktck.K circular t?ttmoiii.-i:s. Aadrass JA vol JiLOftCINK ioH A. O. Box SDJfc San Francisco. Cat FOR SALE BY E LVET & HULETT. IWIOTT'S PEN M YRO YALPILLS They overcome Weak ness, irregulArity and omissions, increase vi or and banish "naina of menstrnation." They are "LIFE SAVERS" to giria at womanhood, aiding development of organs and body. No known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harm life becomes a pleasure. Sl.OO PER UOX BY MAIL. Sold by druggists. DR. MOTT'S CHEMICAL CO., Cleveland, Ohio. KOU SALE iY BEN L. BlsAR. UP-TO-DATE DRUGGIST. wrst IT'S UP TO YOU OUR ANNUAL IMVENTORT SA1LI& IT'S UP TO YOU i PRIOR to stock taking we have a thousand and one articles which do not constitute enough of anything to make a showing. These re mainders from our extensive sales during the fall season must be sold before we figure up the year's business. Rather than inventory them we will sell them at any price. Odds and ends will accumulate, but they are bad things to keep and therefore out they go. Odd lines of Dress Goods in lengths suitable for children's wear. Odd lengths in Domestics, which always come in right. Odd pieces of Underwear of all descriptions. Broken lines of Shoes for all ages. Odd pairs of Hose. All of our Neckwear for ladies and men. Odd garments of Undermuslin. Yards of Silk Velvet at ruinous prices. Fancy Passamentrie and Guimp in alL widths and colorings. Quite few Cloaks and Capes and some Ladies' Ready -to -Wear Suits. Millinery in all its branches. 6V CLOTHING jg? Overcoats jZ? StacHi upon stacKs to select ffom if Prices not considered V "Sell. sell, sell!" that is oxxr warcry StocRs must be reduced V Bargains are red hot TT'S just the kind of weather we are looking ior to do a humming business. Christmas has come and gone and the many who in the bustle and stir of holiday shopping have neglected the outer man had better think how to do for themselves and their wellbeing. Therefore do we start in to show you just what we are going to do for you in selling you goods which you need and need right now and need every day, at such fearfully low figures that you cannot resist. You just must come and take a good square look at what we offer you, then surely you will supply your wants at our store. sre NEW YORE STORE