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THE ARIZONA - REPTJBLICAZT: SUN DAT MORNING, - HAY 10,- 1903. art Offer To Weak Men Do You Want to Be "A Man Among Men?" Write To-Day. Everybody Ad mires and Honors a Strong Man. Are You One? 1 I WILL PAY $1,000 FORFEIT For a case of Nervous Pclaliiy, Varicocele, Early Decay, Elieuniati?ni, Lame Hack. Lumbago, Sciatica, any case of Kidney PUea.afi that has not gone as far as lirirht"s Disease, Indigestion, Constipation or any weakness oaiiseil from ignoring the laws of nature which I cannot cure with new Improved Electric Belt, the marvel of electricians, the most wonderful curative device tlwt has ever been introduced. ! This Belt Is Complete With Free Electric Suspensory for Weak Men. This Electric Suspensory carries the current direct and cures all weaknesses of men. varicocele, etc.. It develops and expands all weak nerves. Xo case of Failing Vigor, Varicocele or Debility can resist the powerful Electric Suspensory. It never fails to cure. It is free with Belts for weak men. Xo man should be weak,- no man should suffer the loss of that, vital element which renders life worth, living. Xo man should allow himself to become less a man than nature intended him; no man should suffer for the mistakes of his vouth, when there is at nanu a certain cure lor jus weakness. nature have 1 Most of (he pains, most, of the weakness" of stomach, iheart, brain and nerves, from which men suffer, are due to an early loss of i's reserve power through mistakes of youth. You need not suffer for this. Yon can be restored. The very element which you ost you can get back, and you may be as happy as any man that lives. Easy to wear ! Cures while you sleep ! Never fails ! Cures Nervous and Vital Weakness, Enlarged and Inflamed Prostate Gland, Loft Memory. Loss of Strength, Weak Rack and Kidney Trouble, Rheumatic Pains in P.ack, Hips, Shoulders and Chest. Lumbago, Sciatica, Torpid Liver. Indigestion and 'Dyspepsia. SEND FOR. MY BOOK FREE. I know that no man remains a weakling because he wants to: I am sure you want to overcome every Indication of early decay that has shown itself on you. I don't think the man lives who would not like to feel as big and strong as a Sandow. and I know that if you have a reasonable foun dation t build upon I can make you a bigger man than you ever hoped to be. I want you to know that yow who can't believe it and I want you to have my book, in which I describe how I learned thatmanly 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 wherv they came to me they were physical wrecks and are now among the finest specimen of physical manhood. I want you to read this book and learn, the truth about my arguments. If you are not as vigorous as you would like to be, if you have rheu matic painB, weak kidneys, loss of vitality, prostatic troubles, nervous spells, varicocele or any ailment of that kind, it would assure you future happi ness ir you would look into this method of mine. Don't delay it; your best days are slipping by. If you want this book I send it closely sealed, free, if you send this' dd. dr. m. j. Mclaughlin, lo's'angeS Sal. t EAT In RESTAURANT or in adjoining T ...DINING ROOM... with Elegant China Service. 4 At ENGLISH KITCHEN, No. 1st St. 4 The California Restaurant MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS. Strictly- First-Class. Quick Service Special Dinner on Sunday SB Korth First Avenue Phoenix, Hrlxona F. E. DODGE. HO N. Center St. Phoenix, Arizona Chattel Loans. Mining Investments. Phivate money to loan on household good.. Pianos, warehouse receipts, life insurance policies, live stock or any Kood security. No publicity Call and see me. ... TO PROSPECTORS AND MINERS .. . I can place good mining propositions of merit. Have services of first-class mining expett. Mining journals on file at office. Large catlnPt for free exhibition of samples and specimens. Call nnrt get acquainted. Refers by permission to Phoenix National Hank. STANDARD IRON WORKS Dealers in New and Second Hand Machinery Complete list of stock on hand furnished on application. Castings in Iron and Brass. Machine Work Promptly Attended To. Telephone 571. . PHOENIX, ARIZ. Phoenix Machine and Gold Storage Co. A il K:ada of Machine Repairing Don oa Short Notice 25-33 North Second Street Jos. Thalheimer, Pres. ; P. T. Hurley, Vice-Pres. ; Louis Mtlczer, Treas.; Alex. Rheinstein, Sec'y O. S. WILEY, Ma.na.tfer lyon's French Periodical Drops Strictly vegetable, perfectly harmless, sure to accomplish DESIRED RESULTS. Greatest known female remedjr. Price, $1.50 per bottle. nillTinU Bswarsof counterfeits and Imitations. Tneiternilnelfpnt up onlrln past-hoard Car WAWIIVn ton with fae-almlle alKoature on aid of iba bouts, tnua: tSa&xrzm bea lor Circular to WILLIAMS MSXi. CO.. Bole Areata, CieTtl&uO. utua. ""rx For sale only by BEN L. BEAK, up-to-date druggist. Phoenix. BUFFALO SHOOTING SCRAPE Partictlars of Which Are of Interest to Phoenix Readers. A shooting scrape occur-red in Buf falo last Monday, the particulars of which are of interest to Phoenix read ers by reason of the fact' that the principals, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Costello. are well known here, having- spent con siderable time in Phoenix. Mr. Costello was one of the parties to the Cobre Grande litigation that was carried through the Arizona courts and was in Phoenix at various times looking after his interests. Mrs. Costello was here, also and their family disagree ments were at that time a matter of local gossip. The New York Sun gives the following account of the shooting which may end fatally for Mr. Costello: John II. Costello, a lumberman of great wealth, was shot today by his wife, from whom he had been separat ed for several years. The bullet entered his. back, struck his scapula and was deflected into the trunk. The surgeon of the general hospital have made no effort to .find it, fearing that the shock would kill Costello, whose condition is serious. Mrs. Costello entered the Prudential building. at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon and went to her husband's office on the fourth fiopr. He was alone and sir? called him into the hall. Vhen he saw that she held a revolver he started to run down the hallway and she fired twice at him. The first bulet hit the' ceiling, but the second went to the mark. Costello rushed into a vacant office and shut the door. F. P. Boechat followed him an 1 Costello ' directed him to summon an ambulance, and he was taken to the-? general hospital. Mrs. Costello ran downstairs and went to police head quarters, two blocks distant, where she surrendered to Chief of Detectives Cu sack. He took her revolver and locked her up. "I can't talk,' was all she would say. "I have palpitation of the heart." John H. Costello made a fortune in the lumber business in Pennsylvania and is also heavily interested in west ern mines. His father was a prominent Pennsylvanian for whom the town of Costello was named. Mr. Costello H 53 years of age. His wife, who is eight years younger, was once very handsome. Costello sued her for a divorce five years ago and she brought a counter suit, and the courts have been busy with their af-1 fairs ever -since. Costello's suit failed and alimony of $100 a month was grant ed to his wife pending her suit. There was a long fight for the cus tody of their three children, the eldest of whom is a man of 22, and Costello finally won. He and the children went to live at the Niagara Hotel, and It was there' that Mrs. Costello made a scene about a year ago. As the court had directed her to keep away from her family. Mr. Costello caused her to be brought up on con tempt proceedings. In punishment of her offense Justice Kenefeck reduced her alimony to $8 a month. The matter of alimony no -doubt was the cause of the shooting, for Mrr-. Costello had raged about the reduction, declaring that she could not live on a month. Today she got her monthly check and -it probably stirred up her wrath. Her husband had not sen he: for several weeks. He returned todav from New York, where he had been to make arrangements for a year's vaca tion, intending to go abroad. He gave up his home in Klmwood avenue three weeks ago and has been living at the Hotel Lenox In North street. STRUCK BY LIGHTNING Narrow Escape From Death of a Will cox Family. HOW TO TREAT A REPORTER Why Shouldn't the Public Be Schooled as to the News Seeker's Rights. Last Monday, during a thunderstorm which visited AVillcox. Ariz., the light ning played havoc with Mr. E. M. Grif fin's residence, says the Range News. Mr. Griffin is the signal sergeant in charge of the station at Willcox and the supposition is that the naked wires connected with the telephone and other Instruments attracted the lightning which entered on the telephone wire and completely destroyed the mechan ism of that machine.- From the telephone It went up to the ceiling and melted the wires and nails which held the pictures. Th- stoves were also damaged in fact every metal piece of furniture in the house was damaged to some extent; When Jhe lightning struck, Mrs. Grif fin and three children were in the house and it is a miracle how they escaped perious injury if not sudden death; as it was, the baby had Its head slightly burned by flying sparks. The bedroom porch was loosened from its fastenings, windows in the bed-room, dining- room and parlor were broken Into atoms, every one in the house was deafened temporarily b5H the concussion and where the lightning left the house a large gaping hole ap pears In the front partition. The residences of William Speed and J. F. Greenwood were also struck-, but the only damage was to burn out the fuse in "the electric lights. o CHARCOAL EPH'S QUERY. "When Ah sees er man chuckin.' a doilah in de 'collecshun basket wid er noise lak drappin' er dinnah pall," fiaid Charcoal Eph, as he tailed for two cards, "Ah wondah cf de coin he nan's his wife f'r er bonnet mek er racket, too, Mistah Jackson." Baltimore News. . One of the leading reporters In this city was Introduced to a Wall -street broker, a man of no considerable t-onse Quenee, but much puffed up with hi success as an elghths-and-tjuarter go- getween. The introducer had neglected to mention that he was a reporter, and the conversation vas general. Later on I ho Identity of the gentleman was ex posed, whereupon the broker, threw im his hands, exclaiming: "Good God! A reporter! I'm ruined. Why didn't you say so before you Introduced him?" The situation was slightly strained. The re porter said quietly "Don't let that wo: ry you. In the first place. I am not here for news, ideas or suggestions. In the second, what you know Is not wortli publishing. In the third, nobody out side of this office ever heard of you therefore, what you might say would be of no newppaper Interest. In the fourth. I carry more Wall street se crets in my memory than you eve.1 dreamed of secrets of big men and great men and great institutions. You are perfectly safe. Good morning." In less than two months that broker frightened so badly, sent a friend to the reporter, begging him to mention an affair in which he personally was deeply Interested. He is one of a nu merous class affecting to be holier than repoiters as a .stepping stone to high office. They will take him Into their confidence, steer him safely between the devil and the deep sea, help him to earn his salary by loadirg him up with news, and Incidentally prosper ther own cause. A combination of re porters could ruin any man, in thl country. Owners of papers, editors-in-chief, managing editors and city edi tors cannot possibly get in so eloso touch with the average man as can the reporters, the office representative;;, whom they send out to hunt for facts in the market place, the palace. th hovel, the prison, the church, the wid wide world. I should like to propose a high school for the education of all men on the sub ject of "How to Treat a Reporter." It would end all friction. Let the public first understand that the reporter is bound to have the news at all risks. If he cannot ' get, it at first hand he will take It at second or third or tenth. H; is-not going back to his editor with u hangdog look and say he has failed. Never! He will fake first and tak chances of being caught or vindicated. On reputable papers. If caught faking, he loses his job. No reporter in his right senses wants to fake. He wants the truth every time. Then why hid? it? Why insult him? Why keep him out on the still hunt all night when by treating him In a common sensible manner you could set him right in a second arid have early copy for the composing room? Many persons look down on reporters as if they were inferior creatures. They forget that ninety-nine times in one hundred the newsgatherers are of high er caste than those from whom they seek information. Reporters are not looking for anything good about people, for the public would never stop to read it. They want all the bad about men and women they can dig out. end it is the bad things about bad people tbit make the newspaper interesting. Through long mingling with the ev.l classcse reporters become contamin ated, and it mu.-U not be wondered at If there should be an occasional fall from grace. I do not know any r.?porte'-s who are angels, and I do know some who are devils with painted v.ings, but take them' all in all they are the best set of fellows in the world, working like mad for their employers, spending liberally, living merrily and ever eagor to do a favor and forget it. New York Press. o IN JUDGE GARLAND S COURT. A day or so ago a somewhat obee and desperately earnest woman ren dered this testimony, verbatim: "If it had ust been that he hit me little girl in th" stummick with a brick. I wouldn't a-insisted so. But after h had hit her with th' brick he stood th' corner and called me everything h" could lay 'is tongue to an" said 'I'l kill one of yes yet, 'specially th" aV woman,' and that was what he meant by me." Baltimore American. o SCOURING YOUR SCALP. Will Remove the Loose Dandruff Scales But It Won't Cure Dandruff. If your hair Is brittle and thinning, you have dandruff. The mere scouring of the scalp of the loose scales, won't cure dandruff; because dandruff is nothing but' scales of the scalp being thrown up by a pestiferous germ in. burrowing its way to the root of the hair where it saps the vitality causing falling hair and. in time baldness. Now you can't stop dandruff, nor falling hair, nor prevent baldness unless you destroy that germ: and the. only prep aration that can do it is the new sci entific discovery, Newbro's Herpicide. In fact no other hair preparation claims to kill the dandruff germ all of them will clean t'.ie scalp; soap and water will do that, but only Newbro's Herpi cide gets at the root o fthe trouble and kills the dandruff germ. Sold by leading druggists. Send 10 cents in stamps for sample to The Herpicide Co., Detroit, hflchigan. . ONE BOTTLE CURES RHEUMATISM Bright' dlMit. la- 1 cod it no oc of urine, ones ami aepo:i, ' btd watting of v children, Brave), thlrk, turbid, , frothy nrine, dropsy, diabetes. FEMALE . t TROIBLK6. For the dieeaeoe peculiar to fe- lVVV nialci. Mr Bur- AfCfc. 1 3 Hrgulatur, tak- BUUl' KIDNEY. and BLADDER' en in connection with the Kidney nl aiadilrr u re, exert n bene ficial effect. It Undi I k.Ti 1 1 v.r itnintph. nnd bow.le in hialtbr f IIDE condition, thne effecting care. Send 25 cent in 2o stamp to W. F. Ye- Burner, 418 H. Spring St., Los Angelas. Cat., for 5 day' treatment. Prepaid 8I.3J. Drag- it. END OF THE WORLD Mars Will Let Ui Enow When It la About to Hippen. In McClure's Magazine, Dr. Simon Newcomb presents some speculations which are noteworthy as reflecting the theory of modern astronomical science. Prof. Newcomb no doubt would dis claim any intentioji to pay the part of prophet. His essay, in fact, is dis guised as fiction. But the parallel be tween "the end of the world" as he portrays It and the current theory of the laws governing heatenly bodies is obvious. The time of his story is placed far in the remote future and the inhabitants! of the earth are warned by signals from those in Mars that a dark star is falling rapidly through the heavens toward the sun. Into which it will fall within a few months. The fatal collision takes place, the sun breaks forth in an appalling burst of flaming heat and in the ensuing days every veetlg of life and civilization on earth has ben destroyed. It lit interesting- to note that Frof. Newoomb's story, fantastic as It seems, is substantially in accord with the views of other advanced astronomers as to the ultimate fate of the earth. Sir ItoBert Ball estimates that within view of our telescoies we have prob ably 100,000.000 stars and that this num ber must be multiplied by millions if we are to form an even tolerably accu rate estimate of the number of dark and invisible bedies which are passing through space in all directions. That a collision between two of these bodies occasionally takes place is practically conceded, the sudden appearance of 'new stars" being accounted for as a result) of the tremendous Impact of col liding bodies and- the conversion of en ergy into light and heat. What the result of such a clash of heavenly bod ies must be is shown by Sir Robert Bail's estimate that were the earth to encounter an obstacle sufficiently large to stop it in its motion around the sun not- counting its forward motion in concurrence w ith the . rest of the solar system the collision "would generate as much heat as could be produced by the combustion of twelve globes of solid coal each as heavy as the earth." Consumption Clorfain y Curablo & Such Word as Hopeless Now Con sumptives May Be of Good Heart and G Mirage The Way to Health Is Clear Here Is a Cure Offered FREE That His' Brought New Strength or Perfect Health to Hundreds, Among Them Con giessman Nelson Dingley's Son. iwo'l Try to Run Awiy Iron Consumption Yon Cannot The Wiser, Safer Plan U to Stn at Home and Fight It Oat Wc Oiler Yoi Permanent Release, tiot Temperar RtSef. J (member There Is No Expense or Obllga tloi Attached to the Offer ot FREE Trial Treatment If Afflicted Write . the Company Today. We the undersigned water users un der the Grand Canal Invite others drawing water from the Orand canal to meet at the rooms of the Water I'sers' association on Friday. May 13, 103. nt 2 o'clock p. m. for the pur pose of raising a committee to divise a plan to acquire the Grand canal and for that purpose to co-operate with a similar committee from the Maricopa canal. LINCOLN FOWLKR. J. P. OUME. J NO. J. MRTKT.. H. M. WILBOBN, . GATES. M. FOWLKR. CAMPAIGN AND CHAMPAGNE. Campaigning with the workers; t hampagneinsr with the heelers: Cold glances for the shirkers: Hot air for ail the r.pielers But billboards for Ihe voters And board bills forjhe floaters. A little swallowtaiiing Where there be fads to follow' Some lies that call for nailing: Some doubtful tales to swallow But billboards for the voters And board bills for the floater. Chicago Tribune. O. K. BLCKMOUT. balrinan Kalamazoo Tuberculosis Remedy Cu. (Ltd.); Member of British Tuberculosa) Congress; Member of National Asso ciation for the Prevention of Consumption. Conuumption not only can be cured, but is being cured every day by Aatidotum Tuberca loe. It is a home treatment that exterminates every term and rebuilds, restrengtbeos. and re vitalises toe entire system. Tbe cures stand as pro Jf. The hundreds Autidotum Tuberculosa has changed from shadows to strong men, from mere 'visps of women into plump, full cheated maide ia and matrons, the new lease of life for the thin, pale, hopeless sufferers In th very shado r of the tomb, form a wall ot proof against which there can be no contention. There is hope unbounded hope for all. Not laise t ope or vain delusions, but well grounded belief iu the certainty of a cure. Medical science does not stand still. It is advancing alwayk. it is constantly correcting the mis takes and brushing aside the theories ot yes terday. JubI aa certain as that germs are the cause of Consumption Is It that the remedy that will kill these germs will cure it Cure 11, mind :'ou, not relieve it, or lessen Its pangs, but rlC th system of it for good and all. That remed." is Antidotum Tuberculose (a Trial Treatment of which is offered Free to every Inquirer), the deadly enemy of the Consump tion gorm. If It were not all and more than is claimed for it the company could sever have won f r its chairman Mr. O. K. Buckbout. a memtxr of the National Association tor the Prevention of Consumption, of which H. R. H. the Prince of Wales is president. Lord Lister vice president, and His Majesty King Edward of England, honorary president. You know that a. I this misery, the hollow cough, the blood-i pitting, night-sweats, weakness, and wasting away result from colonies of deadly germs that cluster about your vitals and are literally eating away your life. The slightest kymplcm that tells of the presence ot these germs Is nature's warning and should be in stantly heeded. If you already have consump tion, of merely fear that you are contracting the dis ase: if you have that horrible heritage a dealt taint In the blood, which will sooner or later rove its presence don't put off for a ingle day writing to the Kalamazoo Tuber culosis Remedy Co. (Ltd. ),'' Main St., Kala mazoo, Michigan, for the FREE Trial Treat ment, and the plain and comprehensive litera ture which they will gladly send you, all cbarget prepaid. Remember the trial treat ment it absolutely FREE. It is your sacred duty tc stop the encroachment of this terrible disease before it is too late. As you value life and death, write . .0 Q BEERS Famous the World Over Fully Matured. - Order from MelczerBros. Co.. Wholesale Dealers t 5- f t J- FOR SALE. Fine Orange Grove. Washington' Navel Trees. Beautiful Site For a Home. Belongs to an estate which must be closed without delay. Offered at a price that will - effect immediate sale. . T 5 W. J. MURPHY. Ad ams tStreet and First Avenue. f z V 3. PHOENIX trunk: factory S. J. DO.STER, Proprietor. Manufacturer and dealer in traevling hags, dress suit cases, trunks. Valises, straps, etc. Trunks and sample cases made to order. KEYi FITTED. Phone 2394. 433 W. 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