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THE AltlZONA REPUBLICAN: SATUEBAT MORNING, JANUARY 17, 1903.
.s kip There -was a hurry call for the ambulance of the City Hospital. In the course of a few moments a very sick -woman was brought in on a stretcher she was pale as death and evidently suffering keen agony. There was a hasty examination and consultation, and in less than a quarter of an hour the ixor creature w.s on the operating table to Jindergo an operation for ovaritis. The above is an accurate account of an incident which occurcd in Xew York recently; the young woman in question had warning.-; enough of her dangerous condition in the terrible pains and burning sensation low. down in her left side. Mie had no one to advise her, and the suffered torture until it was too late for anything to save her life. , Women should remember that if they do not care to tell a doctor their troubles, they should be willing to tell them to a woman, who stands ever ready to advise and help them. Again we state that Mrs. Pinkham's advice is freely and confidentially given to every one who asks for it. Address, Lynn, flass. The following letters prove beyond question that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has the power to cure, and does cure thousands of cases of inflammation of the ovaries, womb, and all other derangements of the female organism. MRS. OTTOSOX SAVED FROM A SURGICAL OPERATION. "Dear Mrs. Fjxkiiam : I cannot thank you enough for what your Vegetable Compound has clone for mc. If it had not been for your medicine, I think I would have died. " I will tell yon how I suftvred. I could hardly walk, was unable to sleep or eat. Menstruation was irregular. At last I had to f t.iy in my bed. and flowed so badly that they sent for a doctor, who said I had inflammation of the ovaries, and must go through an operation, as no medic-ire could h'dn me, but I could not do that. ' I received a little book of yours, and after reading1 it I concluded to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, a:ul I am now a well woman. 1 shall praise your medicine as lon; as I live, r.nd also recommend the same to any one suffering as I was." Mr.s. Mixsie Ottosox, Otho, Iowa. (Tune 9, l'JOl.) Follow (he record of this medicine, find remember that these thousands of e-k nurno r.f Tt-r,T-i..i-i nliAin l..frc flr,-i rnnc: n lit lv lritl!pd ill till.- ItlUT WPTrt V I. 1 . 1 V I . 1 ' . 1 V. . ' LH 1 . ' I . . . I I I - -Vi-irwMs.t.. not lirousrnt about v "somctnintr else.- urn iy svvaia i-iiiRiiam s t?V1t51.Vvfa Those women who refuse to accept anythinjr else are rewarded a -IrofHW VinTTr.l 4 H rtn c n n rl i imoc fr.T inv ;. Wl.it WllTlt, rilH1. JlOr&l t JJ. Ul IVVl V UUU1VA IIH ' y 1V A UiVJ . w . . ..... w . 1 btick to the medicine that you know is IJest. rite to JMr.s. i'lnkham lor atlvice. k INFLAMMATION' OF THE OVARIES CURED WITHOUT THE KNIFE. "Dkar Mrs. I'ixkiuh : I wish to express my gratitude for the restored health und happiness Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has brought into my life. "1 had suffered for three years with terrible pains at the time of menstruation, and did not know what the trouble was until the doctor pronounced it inflammation of the ovaries, and proposed an operation. - "I felt so weak and sick that I felt sure I could not survive the ordeal, and so I told him th:it I -would not. undergo it. .The following, week I read an advertisement in the paper of your Vegetable Compound in such aa emergency, and so I decided to try it. Great was my joy to find that I actually improv.-d after taking two bottler. no I kept taking it for . ten weeks, and . at the end of that time I was cured. I had gained eighteen pounds and was in excellent health, and am now. "You surely deserve great success, and you have my very best wishes." Miss Amck Bailet, 50 Isorttt Boulevard, Atlanta, Ga., Treasurer St. Francis Benevolent Association. q & CAArk rr FORFEIT H weennot forthwith produce the original letters and ienAtur"s of aW testimonial?, tMpS will j.roT dDUUUiUU their ab..,iutece iuinnef8. Lydia i:. l'inkhain -Vedicine Co., Lyun, Mais. The general director of the German railroads is urging the presidents of the various railroad companies to dismiss all employes whnt are noVtotal abstain ers from intoxicants. An accident near Berlin resulted ln'the death of five There is nothing o,u!te so provoking i to a bu.y man as to have some idler ' Cdint along and arouse his curiosity. ' Are you making a good start for 37" "ThafR whit. I have got persons, and it was caused by the core- rry C'hristn:as gifts bought and r aid lessness of a drunken switchman, x ! for." I The whale was uneasy. ''I am afraid Joivjh is not satisfied with his ac omniouati..r.F," it said. "And wh it gave you th it i l.-a7" queried the octopus. "Oh-I have insid" infrrmat'.'-n." Thereupon th'? . v h;l? laughed and Jonah cairn up. Chicago News. I Mines and Minerals I of Arizona A SALE PENDING Probable Transfer of Another Prop erty ia,the Wanea District. Befoie the week ends it is probable that another big mining deal will be put through, which will mean a larger bank account for several local people, and the development of one of the most promising properties in the Warren mining district, snys the Bisbee Re view. The property conc erned in the deal 1.4 located at Solomon Springs, and con pists of twenty promising claims. The buyers are Michigan capitalists, whose names have not yet been given to ttu? public. The owners of these claims are J. G. Pritchard, D. O. Williams, J. B. Anglu3, Pick Humphrey and It. McDermott. They have owned the claims for sev eral years, and during that time have expended a large amount of money m developing the surface resources. While the information does not come frcm an official source, it is understood that the price to be paid by the pur chasers is in the neighborhood of $230, 0C0. The present owners have been holding out for this price for Bom time. The group of twenty claims Is located near what is known as Solomon Springs. They are rich in copper bear ing ledges that have been carefully prospected. On one of, the claims a shaft 2Zii feet deep has been sunk, and several ledges of copper rock opened up. On another clilm a double-compartment working rhaft has been started and Is now dow:i a few feet purpose of looking over the Black Hills company's group. While here he looked over the Apex and neighboring proper ties in company with Contractor Lar-se-.i, and expressed himself as very fa vorably impressed with the showing on the Apex, and with that part of the Jerome district. Superintendent Owens of the Deca tur reports that splendid progress U being made by the contractors on ttiat property. The flow of water that was stiuck some ten days ago, has de creased about one-half in volume, thus allowing the miners to do more effect ive work. The ground they are break ing becoming more mineralized as they penetrate the mountain and at tain depth. They still continue to take down some ore, and hope to have the drift all In ere in a few days. What is known as the Black Dyke property, located near the head of Ash creek, changed hands at midnight, De cember 31, by relocation. After doing nearly TriO feet of work on this prop erty In 1301, while under bond, the com pany, composed of eastern people, neg lected to do enough work thereon in 192 to hold the claims. The group now belongs to Jerome people, or at least will Just as soon as they do the work on the eight claims. The new owners are Messrs. Lyons, Bartholdi & Co. o IKON KINO SMELT2R . President Gold Company, and his part ner, Charles McKenzie, have just bond ed some of their holdings to eastern capitalists, who contemplate extensive development work. The development on the President mine has given In- j vestors a "tip" cs to the value of that section. THK HAPPIKST HEART. , The happiest heart is simple; None dares to call it wise; It sees the beauty of its life With frank and truthful eyes. It has a knack of loving, j It has a trustful way; I Oh. what a foolish heart Is this. The worldlier people say. The happiest heart is childlike; ' If never quite grows old: It sees the sunset's splendor As it saw the dawning gold; It has a gift of gladness; Ifa dreams die not away: Oh. what a foolish, happy heart. The worldlier people say. Ripley D. Saunders. o THE OLDTIME MIDSHIPMAN. Mach in; ry in Jerome and Ready ftr Installation. JEROME AND VICINITY Condition of Various Mines a. Begin ning of New Year. Th? Jerome Mining News has th-; following mention of mines in that vi cinity: J. C. Fcctt continues to push rfevelop mcnt work on his group of claims in the neighborhood of Walnut gulch springs, with good results. This prop erty Is under bond to outside people. Contractor I.arsen reports good prog ress in th development of the Apex group. The company writes from New York that just as soon as possible they will Increase the force at the mine and push development work. A company is being organized In Je rome for the purpose of drilling for od in the Lonesome valley fields. The The gentlemen who are organizing the company have had experienced experts and oil men on the ground, all of whom have made most flattering reports thereon. Word comes from the head office of the Verde Chief company that extens ive development work will be done on that property during the year iyo3. This property is located in the Black Canyon, and development work thereon has so far shown that its ores hold good values. A number of miners have left Je rome during the past few days for the Squaw Peak district to do development work. Some of the highest grade gold and silver ores ever discovered In Ari zona have been taken from this dis trict and proper development work Is almost sure to open up big mines. The district is located about twenty-five miles south of Jerome. The year 1903 promises to be a year of prosperity for Jerome. Much devel opment work Is promised by the com panies owning property south of Je rome in the copper belt and on Into the gold belt covered by the Cherry Creek listrict. and many of the companies ire showing their good faith by bring ing in new and expensive machinery with which to handle their properties. The Calumet and Hecla company of Michigan, who also have valuable -nines near Bisbee, have had their ex pert In the Jerome district during the ,past ten days. He came here for tuo Work on the Iron King smelter con tinues without interruption. Substan tial buildings to house the employe? have been erected. Friday a Jerome News representative visited Equator Hill, says that paper, and found a large number of men at work on the tramway and smelter site. The original idea was to build the nnclter on the large mesa or flat di rectly east of the Iron King and a dis tance of perhaps one and a quarter miles from the mine, and necessitating the building of a tram one anil a half miles in length. Later the present site was surveyed In by Surveyor Thomas and accepted by Superintendent Giroux. Thf new site is perhe.ps not more than half a mile from the lower workings cf the Iron King mine, and will call for a tram only 5.000 feet in length, or 2S) feet l-ss than a mile. The tram will run from the f-melter to a jKant above the upper tunnel on the Iron King claim. Five hundred feet of the tram was up in place Friday, and with favorable weather It is estimated that it will take about three weeks to complete It. Grading for the smelter has been fin ished, but as yet none of the smelter machinery Is on the ground, but is all ready for moving at the works of the United Verde company. Good wagon loads have been built up to the site o LITTLE CRIPPLE CREEK. The New Name Given to the Old Placentas Camp. A miner In from the old Placeritas camp, now rt-christened "Little Clippie Cre-k," brings excellent reports from that section, s-ays the Prescott Courier. He says that the Miners' and Pros pectors' Development company is open ing up what promises to be another In dependence mine in value. The lind is a recent one, being in the King of th; A Vest mine, one of the large group owned by the above mentioned com pany. A six to eight Inch stiinger on the hanging wall side erf the main vein Id the source of the richest of the or". J. II. Hlse, manager for the com pan v. i:- "chloriding" this streak, which nd'.ls from J.'iO to $337 per ton. The ore of the main vein on this claim is red granite, and some fifty feet wide, with an average value across the entire vein of $R per ton. The President mill has just started a run on ore of high grade. The vein on the President Is nearly five feet In width, with average value of $25 per ton. Little Cripple Creek" is what is commonly known as Arastra creek, and Is Fituated about three miles from oil Plaeeritu3 camp and about 2'-j miles from Ilassaynmpa creek. Mr. Al. Ross, superintendent of the Ex-Secretary John D. Long thus de scribes the American midshipman, long since an extinct species. We quote from one of Mr. Long's series of ai ti tles on "The New American Navy," now appearing in The Outlook: "The midshipmen, who were designed to be the future captains, were all of tender years when appointed, and, without preparation, were sent on board ships either fitting out or about to sail in search cf the enemy. Yet the need cf mental education for the youngsters was great, and fitful at tempts were made to provide it. Con gress having refused to establish a na val school, the navy department in 1802 prescribed In regulations the duties of schoolmasters; but schoolmasters were not appointed. When, in 1$19. the navy department decreed that midshipmen must pass a profesrional examination in order to receive promotion to the grade of lieutenant, the country greet ed the reform with gratification; the youths were affected with consterna tion. It was the thing for a "middy" during the greater period of his ap prenticeship to apply himself to doing what he was told, and doing it quick a process which was frequently nccr-lerated by a rope's end and to de vote as much time as he could spare in the six months pi ier to examination to the study of the theory of seamanship. The theoretical education was gained from a few books on mathematics and navigation, and sometimes from the kindly help of a superior. In 'The I'nited States Naval Academy." written by Mr. Park Benjamin, whose full an 1 excellent history of the naval academy I have followed, the author thus de scribes tne examination of Midshipman Joseph Tatnall: " 'Commodore: "Mr. Tatnall, what would be your course, supposing you IT'S JUST A COUGH that gets your lungs sore and weak and paves the way for Pneumonia or Consumption, or both. Acker's English Remedy will stop the cough in a day and heal your lungs. It will cure Consumption. 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