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THE ARIZONV REPUBLICAN: FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 21, 1902.
3 Bargains in Pianos For less than half price, the following ; veil known pianos: One elegant Fisher, ) almost new; one line Kverett, little j used; one Pease, good as new, ar.:l one rxtra good bargain at $110.00. all up- j rights. Our stock, of new pianos con- j sdsts of the celebrated Stelnways, ' Kranieh & Bach, Sterling, Starr, Rich- j uiond and Kmerson. We don't handle any cheap western Hakes, but sell our high grade pianos cheaper than any ever sold before in Arizona and challenge comparison with the largest music houses on the coast. Zobo Self-Playing Cornets, from 25c up. You sing in the mouth-piece and you have brass band music. Tuning and repairing a specialty. Messenger & Pos Piano Co. 118 X. FIRST AVE., OPP. P. O. McClure's Pharmacy L. D. McClure Graduate of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy. 14 years practical experience. Wo pu:;runtt' skill ami rururaey in mi:- Vreju-rii.tion leriartn'ent. Tile llloPt !KIJ'Jl:ir pluce in I'iloenix for po'la water and ii-e cream. Ivn't forget Ui ;eive your orders. Familirs served with it-e cream. Al! orders delivered iromitly. telephone 2-166 39 N. First Ave. Two Doors Irom the PoMtoffice & v . s : J ADDLES Saddle Blankets Bridles and Bits Riding Whips Gloves Leggings, etc. See complete stock at Capital "arness Shop OSCAR R. LECHLER Proprietor OPPOSITE FOSTOFFICE. CASTLE CREEK. Hot Springs. YAVAPAI COUNTY. ARIZ. "Season of 190I-192 now open; New buildings Just completed; More rooms wit!i baths; ail rooms heated by hot water system when re quired; electric lighting of buildings and grounds. High standard of excellence In all features strictly main tained. Descriptive pamph let on application to L. H. Landis. Pass. Agt. S. F. P. & P. R"y Co., Phoenix Ari zona, or to C. M. COLHOUN, Mgr. HOT SPRINGS. AP.IZ. They have stood the test and are ... A. RIGHT i We mean the vehicles manu factured by the COLUMBUS BUGGY CO. We carry the full line and are sole agents for these high grade vehicles. It is a pleas-1 ure to show them tO OS . 4 i 4 t t f PAINE'S 0 Makes Nerve Fibre and Blood and Strengthens Function of the Body. "As a medicine for doins immediate and effective work in sicklies, re i aultitifr- from impaired ncrv. -. and impure lilocd my family (onsiders your Taine's felc-ry Compound with out a peer." "It tr?nsth-.'iis and Kives tone to the fystpm.' "It Inn saved many a doctor s Iill." Ho writes J. J. I),)ni,hue. fhiei" of Police of Omahti. to the propi ietors of this never-failipK remedy. I'air.e's t'elery Comiiound tnak.'s ner-ve fibre and nerve force. and imparts tru. health to Ixxly and lir.-.in. It is th- only known positive cure for nervous prostration, resulting from biisiiuss re sponsibilities, irregular habits 11 overwork. Paine's t'elery Compound is Hi- one treat remedy for dyspepsia and weak nerves. Dyspepsia is caused by acute inliammation of the ner ves centered about the stomach. Palpitation of the heart. dizzines. cardialuit nn.i dis tention of the stomach are cnnur.'-ii in dyspepsia. Lancour and irresisti ble drowsiness are cert tin svmwtoms. j Paine's Celery Compound keeps the I muscular wails of the stomach in vi J crous attion until the pro ess of ! digestion is made complete. It re ; stores energy, jiives renewed vii.r lo all alYected parts, t li-cks dizziness i and allays heartburn. It Is u safe ( and reliable cme lor nerxous cys- I pepsin. j Pnine's 'elery Compound v ill up ive:il:ened und inil'imed 1 build iTVeS. keep the st;ma h. liver and kidneys in healthy action, and maKe niind and hotly healthy. It is ih. greatest re-construe taut or' the nervous : ystnn known to medical science. It ierma-m-ntly cures nervous exhaust ion. it i". particularly eflii acinus in ;!! ease?: where the ff?icted me "w 11,1 out" and "run down." If you have th first symptom of fuilinjr health, if you are cons.-ious that something is wronif. thtt you lack-strength, i!" the bouyaut feeling of ctiw t healtii dits not 1 eturn af- ter each night's d-p. it is time ; p"ive the nerves and hluo l t':- To-id that ?Vture r.Mv:ir-s. I'aine s Vh ry medicine. Meui- al s in. e has failed to i-roduc-o its e---.ua I as a nerve tonie and vitali?er. it purit-s t lie Mood. 'A mines and OPERATIONS IN YAVAPAI Progress of Mining Enterprises in the Vicinity of Prescott. I PreFt-ctt. Arix.. Feb. 19. (Special cor reRiiondencr rf The eub!ii :i n. i Ir. Pf tpr Austin ;;nd Jialph I- Speiu r ar rived in Prescott this we.de from X. y York city, :r.d in cnmt'any with Cap- ' tain i. Phillii.s went out to the S'tan-lard Pmeltinp- and Itelinini? coni- , pany's plant on the Aguu Krm river. Ir. Austin l the metallurgist of the company, and one of its organizers and comes to insp.Mt anl ac.i-iit t:ie liitr n v plant th;tt has Jnstt h.'n cuni j lt-d 1' the olor;ido Iron Vi)rkf, tin- : dr cnntrnrt. Mr. SiH-ncer Is an activ - . partner In (he firm of Dough"5. Iacoy ii Co. of Xew York, who arc fiscal agents for the Standard Smelting and Kennlnp enmpany, and several oth -r c'finpanis that are in active operation ; In Yavapai county. ! The first shipment at concentrates : fi'om the new Monte CYIsto mill, which ; was recently placed in operation In tli Crooirt rrn.jk distriet w as mad 1 t his i wp. k. Superintendent f!laufdt dis pat hlnp a carload f hl;h rade prod uct from that valuable mine w hich will tut the owners several hundred dollars to t he Si'Kl. Shipments will be mad; r-.'gularly Trc-n; now on. and the "ash mill, six mil"s south f thr Monte f'risto. under the same management. v:!I h placed In fperatlon very soon, Vn finishing touches liInpr now put on the plant. An important, transfer was made last we-'k. the celebrated (Inpher mines pro inS Intrj the hands of the Mt Cahj Kx terislon eomjany. These mines are In close proximity to the Me'&bo Kxteii- minerals of I ELERY COMPOUND Nerve Force, Cleanses the and Gives Tone to Every irizom o.r.p iny's wiirm;.! ln;Idinics. hi h .' pr : li:cintr )tzh p-iifS ore. Th- KtfM-k r.f th- iiu i'a ny h;js ad v-i :n ed from 4 :its -hir Tit its j-ru v;-1ul of -'l.-i. Th- ;vFe) which p'.-ns iiu? drrtrie deiH e. h-:s on !- Tr-iln ha ins' r.pnny. a 'roup of r. . ii-:t r t he reached th. (To iiTl-romi -d that thr in-s in t h own of Pmv;-Jt'.t-f.Hit level artmnt Bh:ft. " feet of t(.n- . r w ( -r kin;. !t is n ,, rt -f-oni 1 .itiij-r cr of tlv mine v Kd l:ir-k. a the or era :.i;;er of tJ- it:.'im! filrck A "o.. I T:i p -r ;,i uold. ! IY'-srott irn hant. was. th- company, and one ' t,f : h firm .f Stein- ! I hp t loi hln? ma : n-U. ' Ivearii" u ;l.Ie or tr. 1 ufac-t-ur-iiiy's Hirers i f X-'vv rha7'. ni . ir.sid" spv-'c. and with fr!- iu!:; invested v . a -id j;iip eri -. whh-h ar credit ti.i::---, ;hn nth-: if Mr. l'.lof k" - tO de- pnj t.i le nearly matter enough r.:ir." til ? c-ifip:iny' turni.-ij-r out v. crki;;s In in: all in o--.-, a iid hardly any w can he seu on the dump:. Tii" ir:u'i shaft cn th-- Ituckhort erreep i'i V.'-HV-r district is 'lown Y, ":"t. with a iPiu sliowliit; In hiu'h uraih cal. t or". The in: na-i'M iit ha s jus let a contra t to sink tie shaft P- f" : deeper. Th.? company v ill then t;ut ; for'- of ii'.iii 'rs iit v. : r k rna'dnur h'Vti. and hln k;ar oat the 01 r.aay f:i !?tO.in ere as ih' to k.r .il her !-. and a reduction plant will d ard pltc-ed in op. ration as soon property Is surTleP-n' !y opiMt'-I up. -p the mill ru'iniiiK steadily. . M. K". ' hu"' n. an active m m- f th" International Mining com- j visit d tir 1. I-vtiif iHsirI is f a t rrjt, t a shttr t 1 in hjo and ! pre sf. Vaw;i proem bond. d p: - -pert Walnut s mi-.the r-:i" mile i on a (Iniv-' local:.! in th ?e( ;;.m. eii:iiten miU Krklaivt a; d w ithin the fin- HaFrayanv a river. M's. Church rest jich in healthy :;f i..u i-v-ry fi'tn - i tioti. i.--ii.Mii,.s d'-pi sion aM.l lan- I I'Hin pi-.;.-ily ii-.r v-.-u, nli.y. Vti. i-t'i.a ami ky-s t r-- th.- wii.iU-' systt-.n. I Tli. n.n v-.:.:.. i... ... ... h. , ! ma f ir Ia in,-';; vi.-rv v.i n t.tii wi in the i.i -t few y.-ai - t-t Hi ! o,i fact i h t v- i ; v ,lt has ! . vev t v:.-l a .-:vrle !!!.. thir wrc-at. si ,,r .-. ; .1 :fv has fo-n 1 that tlio i" !!' ly .0 -t t : 1 1 r. -f v. h-. tj r. oth-r iin"ly i ,.-s. 11 ni com- ' risf.e ;.w that is cli;:v.,-i f,,r iT. pano'!'- ir! J will r!iv:'v- t h - reff!--1;'. of celebrated makes, such as 'THOMPSON GLOVE FITTING," "W. B.," "ROYAL WORCESTER," "C. & B" and "DR. WARNERS and many other makes. We have them in all shapes and styles and also in all These goods are worth from $t to $2 a pair, but now we have put them on rnediatoly went east and interested a mmiher of rnpItallHts in her new uc ini!tion of promising claims with th? result that thp Tslff Robel'GoM Minini? company has, been formed with Mrs. church as preFldont, John If. Hi?e of Presrctt. vlcp-pnitJent and general manager; J. II. Fuller, n banker of Winslovv. 111., second vice president: T?. V. Hoover, attorney "or the ChieaRo ant! Xirthw estern Hallroad company, s"ci -tary: W. J. ITou-;, n prcntTeman prominently connected with western comment, treasurer, and K. C Tal mrnl.". n pnmlnent Chicago business man, and Tj. "D. Kno:c. chief car distrib uter of the n. I. S' P. railroad, as th" trt her directors. There ore six clalrr.r in thy fcroup on which cxnsid erah!? di'vlopment work has ben don-3, the Red lluck b'jinp particularly well known as a roiucr of very rich ohl or? In its surfucr workinirs. Knoush capital has been r.ubscribed to! purchase the property and erect a j stamp mill. I 1 he i-ieot:a .Mining company. owmtiR irroiip of mines n?ar Gilbert, in the southern part of Yavapai county, is d'-velopinjr Ji very pronrtsintr property. jiTinan'Tit ore having ben enr-nuntere'l pomi' time aso. the 'Xtent and value of wli'rh if I vps assurance to the owner and st'.a khohlers of regular lividends wln'n sufficient woik lias br-un done to justify the liistrJ-atlon of reduction works. Th? on'.pary was farmed by Phoenix people, ami sloc k placed on the markpt ct R cents a nh:iro at the incep tion of the com pauy, anil commence ment of development of the claims. .7. T. I'K.NDiA.sT. "UNITED GLOBE MINES Short Description of Properties and the Work Done. A staff i:ri espend ?nt c" the Mining and Set -ntili Pr--s says the copper minus of the ("nil vl ;iob' company at be comprise 1 h 1 tirtTalo. Jush ttill- ini.:s. Gray and others. wht h extend rn th aftw ;:rd al tn" the well known ;i-l-.e opper belt. Th- c wnership of 1 his KTcup is practically the same as that c-f the Gopj -r .jui-n property at liisbe. The ;lbe plant includes n snielK-r whifh is net now npi-rat in(f and shipments frcnuthe projerty ai e hietly ti furnish the ("upper tiuetn smelter v. ith part or its supply or sihc. ous ore. the in iiinal workings of the iHiffaloj 1 contiguous ir!ound it i shown ! that tile oxidization extend ed to srent j o-pin. iron c.xioes (cuinn? from woik- in.Trt on tne 'M)-t.tut it'VPi. 1 ne Muriaio bus been worked nuiinly through a sjsivin of tirin-!- and t h: carbonate en's, above water are said to be pretty weil wcrki'd cut. JUore- recent devel ( nient. hi-h is at th CI ray Phaft. Is fur th purpos: nf sinking be- l.iw tt-'iti-r ln-,.1 f.-t tr-.t if in-iil inin ).. r,.. ... jin- fiij in. ii- ii t-;-. 1 in- v...i j-n.iii ir- ) , foiut' distance r.ortheavt o:" the l:ufl'alo. I on lh Kiinie lM!f. im-nt an'l already .1 . l wall 'orrn:ti" il is thrce-compart- j ;.n r- .-t it-tp. in thf j n. ivith cros.m u:.m tt. : drifts in urc utKul L'.ISO f;.et on ' !.t strc;n;l ami sixtli : levels. Water level is reached at 54c ' f-:jt. w h re there a station pump. j Tile property i provided wit 11 Rxtod j hfiisiin facilities nud machine shop. Some rulphide ores ai otnained in the rrr.y is sup.'iin- lower leVil X. S. i: I 1 etjJ nt. , Th Arizona Vi nitn rcial f-ompany is d vcliipinK' the ('opper Hill jrroup. which u'ljoins the i'nite-1 'IlotM on thp notiheast. Their 4V:-foct shaft Is l.r.tMt fe-t frrtm the dray shaft and on the same belt. Tll'-y have alut 1.nio f.- t of drlit on the second, third and fourth l?v,ls. Fr- th: surface down t" ntjar the C't' level the or-s v.cre ear lcmates and oxides: hut from the C'0 dw Ji ta prppent dept h th" work has tle- In P d a pood Krade of chalcopy rite o;-'. i'h shaft will !- sunk to fieu feet d'-pth. The charac ter and extent of th- sulphide ores struck here is considered important to the entire district. Ir. l:r about eighty cars of oxidized ores v ere shipped from th. cpp-r Hill, which ate said t haw netted about j $1.;'"o per car. The sulphide ore body j 1 1 per, --d h're is stated to be eiht to fifteen feet wide. BIG 3TJG G. & C. MINING CO. I Y?l at It Hopes to Accomplish in the j Vicinity of Kayer, J. If. f'anavan of Loa Angeles ts in the ity. n Kest of the Hotel Adams, ar 1 v. ill probably remain acveril dayr. Mr. Canavan is one of the best known ir iins men in the southwest, having frr years had chars ? of the Old Domin ion smelting plant at ;iobe, and whv h e:iterprlse he managed most success fullv. Since severinK his connection with that contpany he has made Los Amities his headotiarterw, thnuph he has at ail times had Arizona Interests and reeo)rnixes this territory as the most promising field now open for the attraction of capital. Mr. Canavan is the president of thj Hicr Pus Gold and Copper Mining com pany, which owns three groups of ' miner; near Mayer, the Bradrhaw road, ! now in .founts of construction, crassln ; two of the groups. These two groups i are called the Montana and Iron Han i groups and are both copper properties, ; while the third, about ten miles north, !r, called the Gold Nut group and is rich 1 :n fjnld and silver, carrying an averapo . of in jrold and twenty ounces tf ttitr , white; metal. It is an old ininn and v.as ; worked thirty-five years ago, an oil shnft rlxtv-five feet deep still being evidence of early work. Hh thinks thwt : with vry little work 5.001) t ns of ore : fan be cxpor-d carrying th1? abovp ; values. I The Montana group is a mile and a ; half cn5t of Mayer and consists of thir- 1 teen claims, with a mill and Finelter site on nig fJug creek. The improve- , monts on thee claims consist of a i hoarding houe. HI by 'AH, bunk house ! for t .velve men. Fairbanks hoist and! TasoHne engine end all necessary ma- chinery frr sinking roo f,et. Thy have j now reached a vertical depth of . ret. and nt S4 feet erossctit to tho east 1 '21 f-et anil secured a lI-fot,t Jedge car- rylnp tich bunches of high grade ore. On th" next claim east they w?nt down ,"0 feet, crof-scut i2 feet and scur.-d -l , feet of ledge, in t yet tinillng tho hang- lag wall. In thin l"rige are rich string- J ers of red oxIdf. carbanate and sulphiile j ores. Tho ore also carries $3 in g 'ld and two ounc:s in silver. j Th' iron Hand group is practically a 1 mountain of iron ami copjw or" a very lew grade, running frcr.i l1 to per, cent and cr. rrylng about $2.i in g(ld J and silver. The value of this property I lis chletly In it.-: imm-r.ity and the fact that the company has an ample j quantity of high grado ore to work 1 wit h It when t he t :nie comes for the I erection of a smelter. Though only '.Mt fe.'t of work has ! en done cn this j group. Mr. "ana van says u million tons j of low gi ade ore a r in sight. Y hat lies b'jluv; is jecLUie. but rhapn a ii;tt Ilea matter of con - on t p is Mod, : rnough. fcr the company desires to de velop a proper! y that will lv a mine fifty yars from now as well as in the near future. .Mr. canavan hopes that he wilt b aid? to erect a sni'-lter at 110 distant I day, and v. h n he does so he will show Fonuthins" that is strictly up tr date, as he has same patents of his orn for attachment to the old fashioned fur naces tli.t wl!l reduce the fuel question t a dca.l issuo. Smelting is his profes sion, and be predicts- that when reduc tion vorlta are placd on th. Iron Hand K'rpup 1." will K1 a plant b und to al tract th cttrntir.n of the mining world. vhil3 it is incidentally rr.llincr u u hank at count for the ilij? lius people. Persorval Mention ?-Tis. IT. J. Cray of Williams reifis-tf-r.d at ih fon:meriial yestertlnv. Kd i:. WlsIns and wife f lilanco. MexK-o J. V ar? nt th'1 C.Tmmercial. "lllV.re. travelinir ixnscn.Tt aent of ihe T. I, city yesterday. railroad, was in the A. I. Scott. Mrs. I. A. S.-ott ; are ; :nl Miss i Mabel Scott, of Pittsbui uests i, j the Itctel Adams. j ?.-rs. A. M. Childs and Mrs. Siella J CiiHifi of T -s Moines are Rurf.ts of tho I Commercial hotel. J Judte A I. Ila-Tf-s returned h .me last nit;ht and will leave for the east shortly on business. Is 'a llamburcer wont to Jerome Junc tion this morninj. and W. N. Iti: -hie left for the tirand Canyon. C-orjje Uuxton returned home y-.-terday morn ins from ;i three weeks basin ss trii- in the southern p.r: of i the territory. Those repisit rins "at the For yesterday were: J. T. Paymond, Spencer and .Mrs. If. H. iVniKlas. 1: Now Win. I York: J. V. Klmore. Kl I j S t ra v.- n , Spokane. Wash. en. w asm, urn and wit ', and Jeo. H u tot 11 and wife, of Kimston. N. Y.. and Mr. Klmer "Washburn and Miss Kmily Washburn, (tf hicaKo, are quests of the Hotel Adams. Among- those registering at -the Com mercial yesterday were Frank P.. Churk Jr., Lios Angeles: K. Hadley. Sacaton; H. Maddox and K. It. Maddox. Jerome; Mark Rosenthal. ("hleag-o: M. J O Kuurke. St. Paul: J. W. Adaiu.s. Del Tito. Tex.: J. Wind.nillr. Clohe: A. I. Scott. PiltsburK. Pa.: Mrs. II. Har b'ur. Mes:i; F. J. Jchnsrn. les Angeles; A. J. Hansen, Kyrene: P. I a Poyzer, San Francisco, and J. M. St evenson. ( )cta ve. Amoiifj those arriving ut the Hotel Ad::ms yesterday were J. H. Canavan, I. ns Ansrel'-s: C. Alhin, Sprjnctteld, o.: D. Hirschf'dd, Now York; I,eo He.mbur- one TESTfrosi 6 !kUtil Duffy'e Pure Malt Whiskey is Used Exclusively by Almost Every Prominent Hospital in the United States on Account ot Its Absolute Purity and Excellence. THE WORLD'S GREATEST MEDICINE. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey ci'res eon sumption, coimlis. colds, grip, bronchitis, catarrh nud alT diseu-e l the thinr. and lun". it also cures iiervoithsiess and in-di'zr-.ition. Il jives ver to tiitn brain, sti-entll uu.i el.isTicity to the ncwles and rielim! to- tlie blMid. It is a promoter of Rood health and longevity, makes the old yuiin-. keepA tht ymnig strong. It will cure almost uuy casoof cousaiup tion if taken ia time. VfM .VcV-?3 r?tiTr ,r.T.i'jt.'1L mmmm Pawtccket Emkhgency H(spita"l4 I'cv.tucltet, I'. I. PaT7tu-ket. li. I., April X 1001. We have usel Duffy's Pue Malt Whiskey and An; now using it at this hospitat. We fofsider it an excellent pivparatioii used with ice. lii wtli stay n an irritable st' t inch. Ir. is til, iili'ul stuautant for the iuvalt ! v Ii' i-'1 0M.1 of ; hi- r h:uaeti'r is called for -KHANflS M. II A KH I NUTUX. ur-K-.m-iu- hief JUHX VV. OORMAN, llei cent I'iiy-i' iau. If you .ii sick and run down trrite our Medical Demrtmnt. Tt win rort you Tiotnirs to learn hotv to n-ain healtii, stritiTth and vitality. Medk-al booklet sent free. CAL'TKJN ! Oar -patrons are cautione.1 a-.'ainst s mailed DT'FFV'S MALT WHIS KEY rdfi'ri-1 br s;;io in bulk, and in other t hp n our Patent Pottle, w ilh our name blown in sa ne. l d'KFY'H Pl'HEMAI.T WilFSKEY is soi l in seahl bottles only. Offered in any oth.-r form it is the pm-ine. it J ? t:.e only whiskey iojniizel bv the povern nient as a T?"lie:ric Thi is a uu-iranlee. All tlrt:gists ami gm-e:-s, or diitct $1.CJ imtt'e ir(;vi ' MALT WtllSKEY 0 . R-x-h-ster. X. Y. Booklet free. CDC C" I w "f '-ir patent pnn counters f r whist, euchre, etc. They aro Tiniquo aiid ticud 4 c-'u'Us iu St. Louis; .1. M. McL-lsh, Chicago t FiMtik A. Whitt iker, I.os AneK-s. and Amor.K iho:-c puins routli on h'.-t nif.h.t's train vere: Mrs. H. l;-jc i. 1 Pos Ansel, a; Mr. and Mrs. f I,. Pp-:i- ! ccr a t'd P. P. Xavarro. Tucson: 7dr. 1 and Mis. J. l, Muiphy and child. Tuc- , son : Ku;r -v. ! taker. Pds Af. -jeles : M r. ! and M-s. IP Warner. Ue,ilanis; ! Fred Hardy. Portland. Itid.: Mr. and ) Mrs. Penj:-Ti-in Parrett and Mattie i Parn-ti. ; uihrie. 1 ktu.. and M rr. J. ; Poheny, Snn Frar.( isco. Mr:XTCAX K1LLKD. The sh teh'irra phi th::t a no; P?j- e lrsst trivo any . ifT's o!Hce today i ecei"?d informa lion f nun t'ochise I-.'. r killing occurred at tha; ni.cht. The dispatch did not parti ulais further than one Mixii Hti iKuned Kemez shot and killed a countryman named Juan Dura ml. and t hat t h- former lied immediately after the shcotinpr. Doth Mexic-ans ! w ere in the employ of the Old Terrible Htoks of count audited and sy--Minir.K ,mpany. The cause of the ; niatized : mining and other invest trauhl is nut known. Sheriff Lewis ; n'ORt: investigated: also acts as in bat ii.iin. iiatelv upon receint of the in- ' corporator and apent fer Arizon 1 formation and hones to overtake the corporations. Formerly Savings Hat: ; tleeir.ir M ?ri. an. Tombstone Frosoee- ( Auditor. l'ufalo. N. Y.. Treasurer ar4 trr. uk and ner- s people should try a I CEIEERATEO fv doses of the Hitters. It will strenTth t n t : nerve?. : th- cnt:e 1 : y : e m ar. l j cure i Indigestion, Dyspepsia, ! I-;ver and ! Kidney i Tif.elde in.I Malaria.. Fever ' and AsUP. I fi STOMACH" a P. O. Box, 458. ' "- - ' Phoenix, Arizona General Agents fcr En gines, Boilers and . Pumps Manufacturers of Minincr and Milling: Ma chinery, Semi-?t eel Shoes and Lies, Iron .Brass and Phosphorus Ihonze Cast ings. Shafting. Pulleys, Hangers, Poxes and Gen eral Machinery Supplies. Second -Hand Mach;ncry Borght and Sold. SESE2ES colors. sale at 33 :e Hkaoino Hospital. Umdiug. Pi., fiet. V2. Vc have used Dtitf yVFure Malt Whiskey in typhoid nud other exhausting diseases and have found it eminently satisfactory. int. JtEl'li CLOTHlEU. llefcideut I'hy siciun. ll...rv-a T. lf.,lfr IVI.Ltnw hnc ctnl severe tests for nearly f-A years, and has 1 aiwavs oeen 101; mi aiisonueiv iitire ana 10 i-taiups to cover postage. W'iKpr '"That n.?pf'nj;or boy is the sjewct th!nffaliv?. I wind'rr wht will become o' him wh:i he pi-.,vr. ' up." Wavs "Maybe hr will develop into a preat chess fduvcr. I HENRY WOOD Expert Accountant Tclrpbte 373! Phoenix, Ariz Mines Management Systematized Iniro'lucinp Keonomies. Elinnniitii:;? Waste in Every Department. Examinations Made Determining Financial Possibilities Of Mining and Other Knterprises. r "obre "l anile Copper Wave Mininff Co., etc., etc. (Jo lien PHOENIX FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS S Machinery, Supplies, y Castings, Renoirs, I Etc., Oc. r J 25 to 33 ortli Second Street j j I rr-. Long Distance 'Phone 571 mmm Now is your chance to provide fj Store 3 lV J&L. z good corset at yourselt with Lawrence & Clarke Vehicle Co. nsannmsa