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THE1 ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY CORNING, NO VEMJ5EII 1902.
Free A B6ok That Brings Happiness - .ir i v i-Tv-a 1 7 -y Ul A1 1 you. to read this book, and ; t .SAh VJ J y, iy learn the truth about my arguments, f dC"" VTOrL "V 7) . If you Rre not as vigorous as you F ''Ol P tA-- , tfrnt would like to be. If you have rheu ' rKrrggS7- matic pains, weak kidneys, loss of power, day or night losses, prostatic troubles! nervous ppells. varicocele or any ailment of that kind that unmans you it would assure you future happiness if you would look into this method of mine. Don't delay it: your best days are slipping by. If you want this book 1 send it closely sealed free if you send this ad. OR. M. G. M'LAUGHLIN, Mines and Minerals of Arizona SINKING AT TOMBSTONE An Idea of the Work Being Done by the Big Pumps. Of the work of Ihe new pumps at Tombstone the Prospector says: "The men in the shaft are now down to a depth .of 640 feet and the volume of water is rapidly increasing, but is not yet of sufficient amount to keep even the six-inch sinking pump work ing to its full capacity of 500 gallons per minute. The latter pump is run ning now at one third of its capacity, which is sufficient to keep the water down at present. The water from this pump is forced from the sump to the COO foot level, from rvhere it is thrown to the surface. The linking pump is capable of forcing 500 gallons per min ute, through a lift of 190 feet. The large pump on the station is at present only run about half an hour on each of the eight-hour shifts, this being all that is necessary to handle the water from the sinking pump. Tie pump when run to its full capacity will lift between 1.S00 and 2,000 gallons per min ute. The six pump men who arrived from "ripple Creek a few weeks ago have been divided into three shifts of two men each, who will work- eight hours. They are all experienced pump men and have been handling the same class of rescott pumps in that district for years. They state that the plant In stalled here is one of the best, and that the pumping t-halt here is much better than any In the Cripple Creek district. When one stops to figure up the num ber of gallons of water that can be handled ever twenty-four hours by the big pump it seems marvelous. At the rate of 1,800 gallons per minute, it will throw 2,592,000 gallons every twenty-four hours. The waste water is run from th" shaft through a waste pine to a point near the Sterling silver mill, on the Charleston road. A considerable amount of water is being used at the shafts now in use by the Consolidated company, and tanks are being erected at those which the company the com pany intend starting soon, as the pipe lines have already been laid. o An Atchison woman recalls that twenty-seven years ago last month she said she couldn't stand it any longer, and she is still standing it. "WHIZ 1 1 WALK A MILE 99 Is a laconic definition of a toboggan ride. It's quick work going down the slide, but it's a long climb back to the starting point. It is very much that way witu health ; it is quickly lost and slowly regained, wnen the first symptom of failing health ap pear, proper care may prevent the descent to utter weakness and debil ity. Usually the complication of dis orders known as general debility has its origin in a dis eased condition : of the stomach and other organs pf di gestion and nutri tion. These diseases are perfectly cured by tne use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It cures through the stomach disorders .which have their or igin in a diseased condition of the stomach. There is no alco hol in the " Discovery," neither opium, cocaine nor other narcotic. "I was all run down; had no strength; had sharp darting pains alt through me ; head and back ache every day.' writes Mrs. Frank Cas well, of Salamanca, N. Y. "I was also troubled with a distressed feeling in the stomach and pain in front of the hip bones. I had a severe cough and it nearly killed me to draw a long breath, I was so sore through my lungs. "I wrote to Dr. Pierce, telling my symptoms as near as I could. He sent me a very kind letter, advising me to try his medicines, which I did. and before I had taken them a week I was decidedly better. I took two bottles of th 'Ooiden Medical Discovery' and two of the ' Fa write Prescription," and am sure I never felt better in my life than when I quit taking them. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are a curt for biliousness. -Mm ftttwi nitinttiiiiit iJ J, to Men I KNOW TTIAT NO MAN Re mains a weakling because ho wants to; 1 am sure that you .want to over come every indication of early decay that lias shown Itself on you. I don't think thoman lives who would not like to feel as 1Ir and strong as a Sandow, and I know that If you have a reason able foundation to build upon I can make you a blRfrer man than you ever hoped to be. I want you to know that, you who can'tbelleve It, and I Want you to have my look in which I describe how I learned that toianly strength was only electricity, and how I learned to restore It; also I want to tell you the. names of some men who will tell you that when they came to me they were physical wrecks and ar now among the finest specimens of physical manhood. A Happy Man Dear Sir: Having: used your famous electric belt for thirty days, I have re ceived the greatest benefit that a man could gain that Is, health and strength. The tired, despondent feel ing has erone. I feel the. beginning of a new life, and am ever your debtor. W. R. CLARK. i'. j. oox iucson. Arizona. 129 S. Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal. BONANZA G. M. & S. CO. A Pinal County Property To Be Ex tensively Worked. O. J. Farnsworth and John C. Loss cf Leavenworth, Kansas, were visitors in Florence last week. They are stock holders and officers of the Bonanza Gold Mining and Smelting Company, whose properties are situated about twelve miles south of Casa' Grande, Mr. Farnsworth Is vice president of the company and a prominent capitalist of Leavenworth. He came out to make a personal inspection of the company's holdings, and concluded while on the ground to visit Florence and examine the- records. He informed . the IJlade that he found the records all straight and the titles to the property clear. He spent two weeks, or more, at the mines prior to his visit to Florence, and informs us that he found them tiuite up to his expectations. He found large ore bodies in all the openings. and traced the vein to the surface, a distance of two miles. There are six claims in the group, and he feels confi dent that each of them will develop into good producers. Peter Loss has has just completed his contract on the main working shaft. This shaft is CxT feet in size, and has attained a depth o 132 feet. Mr. Farnsworth informs us that a large steam hoist, air compressor and steam drills will be installed at this shaft at once, and that the shaft will be pushed down to a depth of 500 feet as fast as men and machinery can drive it. A large sinking pump will be shipped in with the above named machinery, so that no delay will occur when water level is reached. Stations will be cut out in the shaft at intervals of 100 feet, but levels will not be opened until the 500-foot shaft is completed. The management of this company has adopted the wise olicy of first proving its mines, then figuring on reduction machinery. The company. Mr. Farns worth states, has ample funds with which to thoroughly develop the prop erty and equip it with a first class re duction plant so soon as the latter shall be needed. Mr. Farnsworth will re turn to Leavenworth about the first of next month, but Mr. Loss will re main here all winter to direct the work at the mines. Mr. Loss Is a pioneer ol this country, but has been residing in the east for a number of jears past. SENATOR BE VERIDQE LANDED They Caught Him in Douglas For A Bunch of Mining Stock. A Douglas correspondent of the lie view says: ' One of the pleasing incidents of th; trip of the senatorial party to Douglas was the interest they all took in the mining interests. Senator Beveridge who is interested in several mining companies iri Colorado and Utah, was at home when he stepped into the of fice of the Atlas Exploration and Min ing company Wednesday night and he went right up to the cabinet and drew the other senators' attention to the different kinds of mineral displayed and explained to his fellow senators all about the different formations, etc.. and even some of the old-timers who were well versed in practical mining, were surprised to think the senator was so far up in mineralogy. The sen ator took keen delight in showing to the members of his party some samples of the Pova Rico mine which is one of the properties owned by the Atlas company, and when they were shown the last returns of a car of the ore from the Fova Rico showing the net amount returned after paying freight and treatment charges running up into the thousands they were surprised. Sam Rothschilds, a prominent banker of Indianapolis," who is a close friend of the senator, took a good deal of in terest In the property, and asked a number of rjuestions as to the condi tions favorable to building a railroad to the mine and the cost of operating the property on a large scale. To show their faith in what President Johnson had told them of the property and be lieving they were investing their money wisely all of the party took some of the stock of the company, ranging from 100 to 5,000 shares. The party took a large amount of the ore which has Just arrived from the mine and will show it to their friends when they return home. The piece Senator Beveridge took weighed nearly fifty pounds and had to be carried down to the car for him. Mr. Shlpp. secretary to Senator Bev eridge, said the senator had heard of the Atlas company before he left In diana and was very anxious to make a I trip to the mines-and would have gone down this time but the committee's time was limtled and they had to re turn home without seeing the property. They- were delighted, however, with meeting the officers and directors and getting a chance to take back with them some of the ore from the mine. o A Son of Tennessee. President Roosevelt might well have traveled much farther than from the Little Sunflower to Wolf river to do conspicuous honor to a public servant like Luke E. Wright of the Philippines commission. , General .Wright's three years of ser vice at Manila have been such as to en title him to the gratitude of the coun try. Together with Judge Taft he has been the strength of the commission, both In the matter of administrative efficiency and also in the not less im portant process of winning the esteem and personal confidence of the Filipino population, and thus laying a sure foundation for Its permanent attach ment to, our system and our flag. The tact of this gentleman, the genuineness of his character, the intelligence of his official methods and the Impression made throughout the archipelago by these same qualities have been of In estimable value to our government. In another way the selection of Gen eral Wright by President McKlnley has turned out most fortunately for the country. He is a representative south erner and American, a Tennesseean who sent three of his sons they being, if we are not mistaken, the grandson.1? of Admiral Raphael Eemmes of the old Confederate navy to fight for the Stars and Stripes in the war with Spain. His presence in the Philippines and the credit it has brought to his state and the south have been of great importance in counteracting the efforts of certain politicians In that part of the union to embarrass the administration in the tremendous task which came to it as one of the consequences of the war. General Luke Wright has neu tralized a hundred Carmacks. The north joins heartily with the south In welcoming this good American back to his home In Memphis for the period of rest which has been so splen didly earned by his services at the dis tant frontier of national expansion. New York Sun. o Prof. Loeb's Announcement The announced discovery of Prof. Loeb of the Chicago university may not possess any present practical value with reference to the saving or mater ial prolongation of human life, but 't does represent a great advance uihih the knowledge now existing of the physiological forces controlling the op eration of the human heart. The an nouncement made by Prof. Loeb some time ago that the Introduction of a solution of certain salts and water operated to renew the pulsations of the hearts of cold-blooded animals af ter their death Is now supplemented by the further discovery that the same infusion operates as a powerful re storative, at least temporarily, for dy lns animals. Xot the least gratifying of the cir cumstances attending this announce ment is the one of the modest disclaim er cf the honor of being thp discoverer which Dr. Loeb makes In behalf of his associate doctor. Assistant Professo- Edward P. Lynns. Biological discov ery has been progressing with marvel ous strides within the past few years. This one of Dr. Lyons is a' material addition to the discoveries made. All of such discoveries tend directly to the solution of theawful mystery un derlying life and denth. As the exist ence of certain conditions ami forces in the animal organism are now shown to Ik; Inimical to the existence of life. so may it be in the future that cer tain other conditions and forces may be made available for the material extension of the period of human life and as a most complete deterrent to diseased conditions. Prof. Fi.sk in his recent contribution to Harper's Monthly has said in sub stance that the human mind Is in awe at the extent and character of the dis coveries which have been made in the realm of science, even during the past decade. He does not overstate the situation. Beginning with the marvel ous discoveries of Dr. Pasteur, scien tific Investigation In the Interval has utterly revolutionized existing: knowl edge of the human organism. We are but on the threshold of the vast do main of knowledge which science is about to open to our view In that di rection. The mass of humanity realize but little of the significance of those discoveries, but the Improved sanitary conditions attending human life and the perfected mastery of disease which those discoveries have led to have been realized In actual practice in every community in the world and almost in every family In most American communities. St. Paul Glob. WORM DESTROYER. White's Cream Vermifuge, not only kills worms, but removes the mucus and slime, In which they build their nests; it brings, and quickly, a healthy condition of the body, where worms cannot exist. 25c at Elvey & Hulett's druggists. The real observer of Thanksgiving 13 the woman invited out with her whole family; no dishes to wash. STRONG AGAIN. You who once possessed sturdy pliy iqucs and fctrady nerves, br.t uow have lnstimcicui pnysicai iorcr 10 pruicriy attend to ordinary tlulies; you who havea s-nseof "all-goneness" afterthe slightest exertion; you who nrc dull, languid and old in spirits at an age when you should le full of physical file; you wiio may feel that your life is not worth the KlnigRle there isa wricntific means of re'leemiiig nil the precious powers which seem to be entirely lost. ITare cured thousands such ns you. Don't experiment with your health or nionev. Wc will take the risk. Ifsix boxes do not cure you, your motn'v i returned. For years we hnve ieen curing men on these satisfactory terms. SI 00 per box. ! for $"00 mailed In plain package Book free. Address i'EAL. Mkdiline Co., Cleveland, Ohio. FOR SALE BY ELVEY & HULBTT, THE LIVE DRUGGISTS. PHOENIX. ARIZONA. H "0 , CJl I of B 3. 3 3 CO o p You mrty talk -uiout Titk-M until you are black in the face, but the fact re mains that ncthir. if art mired us much as industry. A DANGEROUS MNTII. This is tn wwi;i v-jiTo-is. colds and acute cataarh. Do you catch cold easily? Find yourself hoarse, with a tickling In your throat and an annoy ing cough at night? Then, you should always have handy, a bottle of Ila.1 lard's Horehound Syrup. J. A. Ander son, 301 West 5th st.. Salt Lake "City, writes: "We use Dullard's llorohouiid Syrup for coughs ami col!;5. It gives immediate relief. We know it's the best remedy for tlu's.- troubles. I write Ibis to induce other people to try t!ii: pleasant and ellu-iiT.t remedy." -5c. tine and $1.00 at Elvey Hulett's drug store. According to the matl: -t reports Ken tucky whisky lias gone iiji. Hereto fore it has made a specialty uf goin:; the other way. Chicago News. Walter Hill & Co RECllYtRS. PACkrRS, SHHTLRS Fruits and Produce. Fhoenix, Iucson, PreiCott, Ari?on. ( 1 3 f2? pfij An Atchison man Is so tired of run ning across physical culture In the papers and magazines that he has be gun to read the Bible, to escape. FOR A BAD COLD. If you have a bad cold you need a good reliable medicine like Chamber lain's Cough Remedy to loosen and re lieve it, and to allay the Irritation and inflammation of the throat and lungs. For sale by Elvey & Hulett, druggists. Some men never realize the true nlue of money until they try to make a touch. n CHAMBERLAIN'S STOIIACII AND LIVER TABLETS. Try them When you feel dull after eating. When you have no appetite. When you have a bad taste In the mouth. When your liver Is torpid. When your bowels are constipated. When you have a headache. When you feel bilious. They will improve your appetite, cleanse and Invigorate your stomach nd regulate your liver and bowels. For sale by Elvey & Hulett. druggists. H. T. Mclntyre, St. Taul, Minn., who has been troubled with a disordered itomach, says. "Chamberlains Stomach md Liver Tablets do me more good than anything I hivo ever tr.ken." For lale by Elvey cclulett. druggists. After eewliig a choice lot of wild oats the young man In the case hopes that something will come along and Jehtroy the i rop. o BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH. I. M. Mcllany, CJreenville. Tex., writes, Nov. 2d, 1&00: "I had rheuma tism last winter, was down in bed six weeks; tried everything, but got no re fief, till a friend gave me a part of a bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniment, t used it, and got two more bottles. It cured me and I haven't felt any rheumatism fince. I can recommend Snow Liniment to be the best liniment on earth for rheumatism." For rheu matic, sciatic or neuralgic rains, rub In Ballard's Snow Liniment, you will not suffer long, but will be gratified with a speedy and effective cure. 25c, SOe and $1.00 at Elvey & Hulett's drug store. If you compliment some men they v. ill never forget you unless you ovc-r-3o the thing by lendi-.ig them money. o THE BEST REMEDY FOR CROUP. (From the Atchison, Kan., Daily Globe) This is the season when the woman who knows the best remedies for croup is in demand in every neighborhood. One of tae most terrible things In the world is to be awakened in the middle of the night by a whoop from one of the children. The croup remedies are almost as sure to be lost, in case of croup, as a revolver is to be lost in case of burglars. There used to be an old fashioned remedy for croup, known as hive syrup and tolu, but some modern mothers say that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is better, and does not cost so much. It causes the patient to "throw up the phlegm" quicker, and gives re lief In a shorter time. Give this rem edy as soon as the croupy cough ap pears ad it will prevent the attack. It never falls and is pleasant and safe to take. ' For sale by Elvey & Hulett, druggists. Men ret themselves up as big guns and the smaller the caliber the big ger the bore. BEST FOR THE IWELS If ron Daren't a regular, healthy movement of the bowels every any, you're 111 or will bo. Keep yout bowels open, and be well. Force, in the sbap of violent physic or pill poison, ts danrroun. The smoothest, easiest, most perfect way of keeping the bowels clear and clean is to take CANDY CATHARTIO CAT 'EM LIKE CANDY PWnt. Palatable. Potent. Taafa flood. Do Good, Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe; 10, 25 and 60 eenta per box. Write for free .ample, and bnok- ' let on oeaitn. Address Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or New Tor. KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN DORRIS THEATRE One Merry Nignt Thursday, Nov. 27. C. B. Marvin's furiously Tunny Farce ...A WISE MEMBER... IT'S THE LIMIT AWHI5? LWIND f f" CYCLONE ill. I0RND0 Ul MIRTH LAIGII1ER Prices. $1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c. Scats on sale Goodman's Drug Store, Monday, Nov. 21. DORRIS THEATRE ONL NlGlII ONLY I KID AY, NOV. 28 Second Annual Tour of ? That Odd Follow, Harry Beresford And His Excellent Company of riayers, TresPiUInsf Geo. II. Ilroadhmst's Greatest Ka.reienl Comedy, in Three Acts, Tike Wrong' Mr. Wrightt J. J. COI.LMAN. Sole Manager. A Play That Will Live While People Iovo to L.:uiKh. Prices 2oc. 50c, 75c $1.00. Ueata at Goodman's drug store. " .fusions Might Be, But Defects Can't The way to stop delusions is to rem edy the defect. Properly adjusted glasses does it. Our examinations are thorough and scientific. We reme.ly the defects and stop the delusions. DR. E. MUNSON, OPTICIAN. 7 WEST ADAMS STREET. Care ard attention are the two thirds needful in the popular laundry. Ordi nary care and ordinary attention will accomplish much, but heinpr unusually careful and attentive has accomplished wonders f.r our customers and our pelves. Our work is perfect, and our system without a flaw. We make no mistakes. Customers find no fault. Yours for pood and prompt delivery. ARIZONA LAUNDRY PhoDc Sal Cor. A'limi aad Third Kls. fl-i-i-4-l-rr-.r-i--H I ....THE PALACE.... 5 T HIRSCHI ID & P! RklSS. Propi. f Imported end Domestic Wines 4 liquors and Cigars I'hoeulx Arlzoii " THE HOFFMAN EURYTHING RRSI CLASS ll nicncioD Deer S3 on Draught g HIRSCIlfElD. PERMSS & GI3S0N Q H Proprietors H TIV0LI GARDEN !i NOW CORNUCOPIA CUB Incorporated Juno 18, 1902 Is open to members and their guests? only. For membership see either of v.ie directors, William "W'idmrr, presi dent; Kd Ruppert, vice president, or Robert F. Doll, Alex Rheinstein, A. R. McCRhnlcy, directors, or the steward at the clubhouse, three and one-half mile? east, on Tempe road. J. H. W. JENSEN. Treasurer, Secretary and Steward. The Bank Exchange. We Serve ...Hot Lunches Between 11:30 and 2 p. in. Good Home CooKing Everything All Right Includin Trices A balky mule always b.-.Iks at the pl;u e w here lie will m:i'K.' :r.y:;t trouble; a drunkard always iu!ts work to go on a firee when his services are must needed. VA It i (wT One, two or three disc plows. Call and look over them. The best all around plow on the market. CSark-Pratt Vehicle Co. South First Street, o ppodte Fire Station. The California Restaurant MEALS SERVED AT ALL IIOURS. v . . Strictly FirHt.ClRHH. Quick Horvlce "" liegtJlrar Dinner on Swt-cy Ncrth Fst flyenua ' phoetifx, Arizona THE PALACE PRESCOTT. ARIZONA. Strictly on the European plan. Rooms by the day, week or month. Finest bar and club rooms In the southwest. BROW, . SMITH & BELCHER, ; Proprietors. v Hotel Burke AMERICAN PLAN. PRESCOTT, ------ ARIZONA 105 rooms. All modern conveniences. A strictly Ant-class and modern hotei. Sample rooms for comerclal men. THE PALACE 13 an her- Shop and j Bath Rooms i Should receive your patronage when In ' Prescott. Everything strictly modern and first-class. Palace Building, Mon tezuma street. L N BAILEY. Prop., Better kaowa aa "Casey." RAINIER BEER P P The Best Beer that is used in the Territory. Send orders to H. D. 5TUTHMAN, Distributing Agent for Arizona. FRESCOTT. ARIZ. The Anheuser Saloon and Restaurant CONCERT HALL. Cob. Prior. Chas. Bedford. Lien Hale. Handle Only JAMCMLS C. PLPPtR '92. HIM IK RYE AND MOL'.M VIRNON RYE WhisKiet. Club rooms and restaurant. Best musical talent employed. Games never close. Its Up to You H. P. & C O.. Proprietors. We make a specialty of assisting in the incorporating, financing and developing of mines, either for cor porations or individuals. Before making other arrange ments Fee us. Us Pf2scctt Realty Co. (Inc.) FISCAL AtililNTM Real Estate.Mines, Investments. No. 127 Cortez St., South, Prescott, Ariz. P. O. Box 272. Tel. 837. aLijtf?nif7ssns The Bashford - Bannister Company hoi rs;. inn RmiL dialed in General . Merchandise Prescott, Arlsona We carry full lin8 of everything. We Lave a big etorc, We do a big business, but can do more j jt- j 8 When In Prescott 15 will plce us to hare you call md get acquainted