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TIT32 AIUZOHA REPUBLICAN: SATURDAY MOENINGr, SEPTEMBER 13, 1902.
i i May Need Helpful Advice at Trying Times. They Should Remember Mrs. Pinkham Freely Offers Her Motherly Advice. " O, if my mother were only alive." How frequently young mothers use this expression! All through her life she has known a mother's watchful care. She is now a mother herself and gains in strength but slowly. She would give worlds to do everything for her babe, but cannot. That tiny babe, has unfolded in the j'oung mother's heart new cmotutfis; she has a living reaixmsibility, and requires strength to enable her to perform a loving duty. At such a time too much care cannot -bo taken, and the greatest assistant that nature can have is Lydia K. lMiiklmm's Vegetable. Compound. The birth of the first child is an especially trying experience and nature needs all the help it can get. A nappy, healthy, young mother is a delight to herself and all who know her, and Mrs. Hiikkam's medi cine will build her up as nothing else can. 3Irs. I'inkliam especially requests younsr mothers and wives to write her if they need advice. She has been mother, helper, and friend-to thousands let her help you it will cost you nothing. ly special permission we publish below the correspondence between Mrs. i'iakliam and 31 is. (ieorge Traub, of Elizabeth, X. J., w hich goes to prove our claims. "Dear Mrs. Pinkuam: I will take my husband's advice and write to you, for I w ill not have any doctor examine mo. I have one little girl. Two months before niv baby was born I leg-an the use of Ijj'dia K. I'inkhatn's Vegetable Compound and have now a line healthy little girl. At five months she weig-hed twenty-one pounds, but my health is not so good. I an in such misery, pr.in, have dreadful lei-.r:nj-dovn feelings, and something like a lump seems t be cominpr from raa. Please give me your advice." MB3. GEOaci: Tkaxb, 113 Miller St., Elizabeth, N.J. (Dee. 1, 1839.) "Dear Mn.i. Pixkji.vu: I have now taken four bottles of Lydla K. Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound. When I had finished the first bottle, that lump 1 wrote about grew smaller and has now pone entirely. I feel that I do not need any doctor beside your medicine. Your Vegetable Com pound has cared all my p:iin. soreness and bearing down. The benefit I have received from it is wonderful. You and you alone will be my guide as lon asl "live." Miw. Geokgk Tuacr. 113 Miller St., Elizabeth, N.J. (Jan. 27, 1900.) REWARD fce paid to any person tiuine, or was Mines and Minerals of Arizona THE 3CC)2R M(NE) Well Equipped for Business and With Large Ore Bodies. All old miners or prospectors who haxe estendei their explorations west cf the IlaFsayampa into that great des ert country in the western part of this county, know the old Socorro mine. The Prescctt Prospect thus speaks of the property after an interview with one of the owners; James IlurFon: When the ftvft excitement occasioned by the tlieecvery of the P.onanz;i at th.. rout Invest extremity of the Harqu-J. Hal.i range occurred the crowds o." miners that came to the ountry found the S "cci io mine 000 fet deep, but lying idle. It had been workel in 1S76 frills Slot Machines Lhu t you waul out? or Usn to work fur yuu I 66 Varia'(i33-$7.50 to $300 Catalogue FREE. MILLS MOVELTY CO., Chicago. i lrr.t Mrrm. f S m4 rriln fa Ik. Hurld. STRONG AGAIN. You who once possessed sturdy phys iques hihI steaily nerves, but now have insufficient physical force to projxrrly attend to ordinary duties; you who lwive:t Hciircf "all-jconcuess" attcrtlie slightest exertion; you who are dull, languid and old in spirits at an one when you should ho f nil cf physical fire; you who may feel that your life is nut worth the" st rugpj'.e there isa scientific wears of redeeming all the precious powers which seem lo be entirely lost. IT.ive cvtred thousands such os you. lHiti't experiment with your health or money. We will lake the risk. Ifix boxes' do j:ot cure you, your money is returned. For years we have been curing men on these satisfactory terms. SI. 00 per box. C for $.100 mailed In lain package Jl'iok free. Address ical MtDKiM; to., tlcveiani, unio. foil SALE IJY ELVET & IIULETT. THE LIVE DRUGGISTS. PHOENIX. ARIZONA. MOTHIEM8 Owinn to tlie fact that tome skeptical people have Irom time to tiire questioned Use genuine nc n of the testimonial letter we are constantly rmhli'him we have derosited with the National t.. . w . . ill UtT Itonlc, ol Lynn, .Mass., 5,000, nnn.ii m who will show that the above testimonial Testimonial is iiui penuine, or was ptimisnea neiore nniaininr mc n.ci -sion. Lydla K. Jplnkham Medicine Company. Lynn. Mass. published before nhtainin? the writer s special and some years Inter, but had been abandoned by its owner. Major Clay of San Francisco, not because it did net furnish ore, Lut because of the mean ness of the little community of sharks he found himself forced to associate with. lapsing legally. It was lelocated by another who had no money with which to wcrk It, and In April. 19C1. was, through the efforts of Mr. Burson and Mr. Witherlay, secured by the So corro Gold company, which they had organized, and which at once set to work developing the property. When the mine came into their hands it had not been workfd fcr many years. An incline shaft with three feet ol good oxide ores showing on each side, and at the bcttom, the sulphides just begin ning to come In, was the incentive fcr the extensive work that has since and is now belr.j? accomplished. ... Widening the old shaft to thi; prr p.-r dimensions for a perfect wonKins shaft and timbering substantially from top to bctum to the depth of about 3l8 feet, whore sulphide;? wf-re commencing to come in. Hitherto the ore had hcn oxidized, all Khowin good values in free gold, but as the sinking of the shaft proceeded the vein widened nut rapidly end the sulphide ores came in greedily, so that nt the present depth of SCO or S70 feet there are seven "eet of solid ledge matter. A curious and unusual circumstance in repaid to this "edge Is the fact thrtt though it is com posed of strong sulphides, the oxidized -res have not entirely left it. A lining or relvldge of thre-j to six inches of oxides cling to the hanging wall side Df the ore body, holding up the;r values admirably. This is a very unusual cir curr.rtance and difficult to. account for, though net the less encouraging. Vnder the able management of Mr. Witherlay, a force of forty men i workin-r in the mine, chiefly engaged in blocking out nm uml extending the levels both ways, there being levels at every 75 feet, with tha exception of some of the lower levels, which are one hundred feet ap:irt. A notable fact re poi ted by Mr. Witherlay U that not jn!y is the ledge widening with depth but the levels are perceptibly growing in width as they are driven further. But the development of the mine has ".ot been the only necessity for active wo:k that Mr. Witherlay found laid out for him. He murt have water and the mine Is vituatel among- the foothills, cvtr it'O feet above the underground river thnt flows in Centennial wash, three irlles to the west. Here they bought a nr. ill site and sunk a well, or rather a taj-.k, S0x30 feet in dimensions. They struck water at a depth of 21 foet f.r.d as they tried to dtive it deeper the water came in so fast that th?y found ft necessary to put in a pump, placing It 20 Teot underground, ot the water level. Kven then the pump could only overcome the flow to allow them to sink ten feet further. Hut the water, which stands ten test in the 20xCO well, is co abundant that the full strength of the pump can cidy lower it four Inches in twenty-four hours. From the pump a "three mile pipe line con ducts the water to two 50.000 gallon tanks. placed high above the mill, from whence It Is 'drawn by gravity, as it is needed. The mine is also equipped with a modern 10-strtmp mill and every other appliance and convenience, that has been found needful for the proper de velopment and exploitation of a big mine; and, said Mr. Burson, "It Is nil built fcr work." The mill is not yet ciuite completed, but the managers ex pect to have it running full tltne by the middle of October. Connected with the works is a fully equipped assay office and a competent assayer, and they have a most valuable asset In the almost inexhaustible supply of water, which after raising over two hundred feet they can use for power with which to run dynamcs. so that the mine and mill can be lighted by electricity. o IRON ORE SHIPMENTS 4,800,000 Tons From the Lake Dis trict in August. Titers was shipped out of the upper lakes last month mere iron ore than at any similar period in the history of the trade, i.i all 4.&00.000 gross tons. Of this the Minnesota mines, shipping fhrough Duluth and its sub-ports, sent forwaid 2.4C0.C.00 tons and the Michigan and Wisconsin, shipping from fcur put", the remainder. The shipments of this year are about 3,!00.000 tens ahead of those of last year to this date. Of the various railroads that of the L'nlted Ptates Steel corporation, with docks In Duluth harbor, shipped tha most, !'75,00O tons. Its gross earnings fcr the month were about $300,000, which, for a line of less than 150 miles In total length, is a wonderful show ing. As surface stock piloc of ore at un derground mines have been pretty nearly cleaned out there will.be a di minished shipment for the following mor.th.T but the year will close with the record of last year brcken by at least 3.000.000 tons. , Ot all the underground mines of the Lake region the most notable shipper this year is the Adams, at Eveleth, cn the Mesaba range. This- mine, with Its Adams and Spruce shafts, has eo far shipfied more than 1,200.000 tons and will make more than 1.600.000 for the year. All its ore is hoisted from underground which makes Its record more important than the larger ship ment of Fayal, which will send out nearly 2.000.0CO tons, but which is partly underground and partly open pit. O r MINING NOTES. The Ground Hog mine in this distiict which H being worked under the su perintendent nf H. T. Fisher, Is m.ik- ing an cxce1!rt showing and a shiD ment of ore will be forwarded to El Paso shortly. The Ground Hog was one of th regular producers of Tomb stone during its early history and is yet a gcod property Prospector. Holders of stock here will be pleased fo hear that a good strike was made on the 90-root level of the South Bisber mine, now the property of the Calu met and Hecia people. Ten day ago they ran into seme manganese but af terward they opened up a higher grade" of copnT ore, which proved to be very rich. Tucson Star. Jo Alvarado. who was at Picacho last week, rpnerti thnt the railroad is completed, the reduction works are al mrst ready for crushing ore and that flbout thirty men are now working in ihe mines and fifteen about the mill. The Plcacho workings will be in full blaFt on or about the 10th of October. Andy Trumbo, foreman cf the reduc tion works, says over 300 men will be required. This Is certainly encourag- MISS ROSE OWENS, I . 720 Seventeenth St.. WASHINGTON. D. C.j No his the same experience with Wine of Cardui that I had. your medicine will be most popular. About a year ago I began to have a worn out tired feeling with lassitude, pains in the back and head which kept increasing every month. 1 felt that I needed something, but to get the right medicine was the trou ble. I finally decided on your Wine of Cardui and only needed to take three bottles when I was fully re covered." .Ill EN Miss Rose Owens, who yy I has a responsible position in " I the Government service at Wnsriinor.nri Y) f! dp.irlMl irk try Wine of Caruui, she made a wise choice. Over a million women have been rel ieyed of female weakness by this same Wine of Cardui. It is not a strong medicine but may be taken everv day in the year by any woman with benefit. It does not force results, but corrects derangements of the menstrual organs. It strengthens the nervous system, gives tone to the bodily func tions, acts directly on the genital organs, and is the finest tonic for wo men known to the science of medicine. ftiMffMTHiiliiitf- n Hit llutt Owen. WINE of CARD VI STANDARD IRON WORKS General Agents for Steam- Engines, Boilers, Pumps, Gas and Gasoline Engines. Long distance Phone 57'. Phoenix, ,Ariz. MM'Q SOHENIAN "King of oO Bottled Beers." Brewed from Bohemian Hops. Order from Melczer Bros. Co.. Wholesale Dealer.. Ing news fcr Yuma, which will neces sarily be the base of supplies to ha furnished the camp. Yuma Sentinel. John W. Gates and associates are exploring a promising copper formation in northwest Wisconsin and are report ed to have copper in considerable quantity. It Is not yet determined that the property will pay as a mine, but the present indications are good. A dispatch irom Butte pays F. A. Ileinze has stated that he will not re build his concentrator, which was de stroyed by fire a few days ago. but that he will "wait a few years and see how things will go," referring to hl3 litigation with the Amalgamated com pany. The Heinze people and news papers have industriously circulated the report that a settlement has prac tically been reached between Heinze and the Amalgamated, but the repart is emphatically denied by the officials of the latter in Butte. They eay the only settlement that will be mnde will be through the courts. The belief In Mcrtana Is that Mr. Heinze Is becom ing anxinut" for a settlement. The ctturt decisions are uniformly against him, and It Is predicted that the famous Minnie Healey case will be decided against him ultimately. o DEAFNESS CANNOT EE CURED. by local applications, as they cannot teach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mue-ous lining of the eus tachian tube. When this tube gets. in flamed you have a rumbling sond or Imperfect hearing, and when it is en tirely closed deafness Is the result, and unless the inflammation can be takea out and thia tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed for ever. Nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous sur faces. We will give one hundred dollars for any case of deafness (caused by ca tarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. Sold by druggists, 73c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. j After a woman has learned one lead j in bridge whist she is ready to instruct a class In the game. . A REMARKABLE RECORD. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has a remarkable record. It has been in use for over thirty years, during which time many million bottles have been sold -and used. It has long been the standard and main reliance in the treatment of croup in thousands of homes, yet during all this time no case has ever been reported to the manu facturers in which it failed to effect a cure. When given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even as soon as the croupy cough appears, it will prevent the attack. It is pleasant lo take, many children like it. It con tains no opium or other harmful sub stance and may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult. For sale by Elvey & Hulett, druggists. If you start to tell anyone your trou bles, and he turns the subject and doesn't give you a chance, hunt him up afterwards and thank him for it. If you are a suffering wo man we would say to you that Wine of Cardui seldom fails to completely cure any case of female ills. We say emphatically, it never fails to benefit. Every day hun dreds of sufferers are writing to our Ladies' Advisory De partment. The letters are opened by persons compe tent to give advice. Mrs. Jones was cured by follow ing lhe advice which was freely given her by the Ladies Advisory Depart ment. Miss Owens was cured without advice by just buying a $1.00 bottle of Wine of Cardui from her druggist and taking this great medicine in the pri vacy of her home. No doctor's ex amination, treatment or advice is nec essary. You have read what these two cured women have written. Is this not enough to lead you to determine to be rid of suffering? August 13, 1900, Mrs. W. II. Jones, of Cameron, Mo., writes: "I suffered terribly at monthly periods for three years. I would sometimes go for seven months with no flow at alL Now I have my health back again and am expecting to be confined in January. I cannot praise your medicine enough." A million Buffering women have found relief in Wine of Cardui. V' - 1 i OPERATIONS AT QUARTZITE. Johnny Wyatt is putting In an air compressor and machine drill on his property. Jack O'Brien, foreman cf the Smith mine, in Plomosa gulch, -recently struck a fine body of ore cn this prop el ty ,but later struck an impediment In the shape oFa big vein of water in the shall which will necessitate put ting In a steam pump and hoist. Colonel Dick Darling Is working a good force of men on his property. which is showing up well. He w'H put in seme machinery to facilitate the work in a short time. A Mr. Chamberlain, whose property is located in the Cholas, is chlortJing and making all kinds of money. Quite a sumber of men are work ing at the copper camp southeast of Ehrenberg fifteen miles, and the camp teems prosperous. G. TJ. Ingcrscll Is working nine or ten men In the Guadalupe mines, which are showing up good. George Cussenberry, while prospect ing around an old abandoned copper claim recently, stiuck a fine body of gold rock, which is liable to bring him riches galore. At Ehrenberg there -is talk of the Arizona Giant Copper company resum ing operations when the cool weather sets in. Yuma Sentinel. o PROSPECTED INCIDENTALLY. A typical old burro prospector got on the westbound Southern Pacific train at Yuma. He took a vacant reat next to a young lady tourist frcm the cast. who was evidently tilled with much of the romance of the wealth of mining in the west. Like gushing maidens vvl!l, her Imagination hegan to weave a web of romance around the quiet old man by her side and she began to shy a few o.uestiona at him and found he was .a piospectcr. "How long have you been REGAIN HEALTH During the past fifty years hundreds of sickly people have been restored to health by the use of Hostetter's Stom ac h Ditters, and it will do the same for you today. Try a bottle. It will be enough to convince you of its wonderful value as a cure for Dizziness, Indiges tion, Dyspepsia, Constipation and Gen eral "Weakness. The genuine has our Private Stamp over the neck of the bottle. IIOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS C10(Q)L Beginning Saturday morning, September 6th, and continuing until 9:30 p, m., Saturday, Sep tember 1 3th During this time we will sell AT 500 pairs of Boys' School Shoes 500 pairs of Girls' School Shoes 500 pairs of Children's School Shoes This is the grandest opportunity ever offered to to provide the children with School Shoes at a minimum cost. In addition we will sell Ladies 1 902 Oxfords We have no coin not a 30, 35 and ABSOLUTE COvST SALE a Invoices shown if desired. We conduct our business on strictly up-to-date, progressive business principles, having had fourteen years experience, and therefore find it unnecessary to resort to gambling devices and tickets of chance to gain trade. Neither do we advertise retiring sales and continue in busi- Yours for ness 0 It SBSSS Makes delicious hot biscuit, griddle cakes, rolls, and muffins. HOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM 6T. NEW YORK. prospecting?" she asked. "For thirty years, miss," was the answer. "Have you ever made a rich strike?" "Not yet, miss." "What! Kaen prospecting for thirty yea'3 and haven't struck it rich yet?" she asked In astonishment. "I will qualUy that a little," replied the prospector in tae respectful manner of his class when In the presence of ladies. "I was hunting burro:; (wenty- Every Woman is imerestefi Rnii bikii.iu Know bunt 111 HOiichTful MARVEL Whirling Spry turn una .nwh.x. iwn-sm. eat ilomt 4:tuveninl ik wr 4i-mLt fcr It. If li i-tir,i iiuily the M . II V ft: I.. ftN:?ii n oilier, but Nd ftiainp for 11- lull irll. ulnmaiKl ilim. lii.nt In. valual'lulo biliH. M.tRIM, :(., Huuiw 1 lutes l(4ltf.,.5w lurk. OUUTE I SALE ABSOLUT! toe or " toothpicks" in our stock, 40 per cent discount sale, but an business. PI n Lowest Price Makers for Maricopa County Makes Hot Breads five yeais of that time. It is not re corded whether the young lady had h-r thirst for western romances entirely satisfied or not. Morencl Ptandard. Whistling is not a popular air. PHOENIX FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS Machinery, Supplies, Casting, Repairs, Etc., Etc 25 to 33 North Second St. (0 COST COST This is uiifiir Pin