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THE AKIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MOKNING, JU2JE 20,
1903 ears the Standard Awarded Hlghsst Ksncrs Ward's Fair Highest tests USa Gsv't Ghemisti PRICE DAK INQ POWCEn OO. CHICACC THE BUFFALO MINE A New Yavapai County Mill Ready for WorS. W. T. Coad. of Lipid City, CS. D.. one if the owners, rf the Puffalo mhtp hp;: IioHt y, has returned to Preseott ii-eiil a visit to the property and repo 'ts that the r.c w 10-stamp mill Is al! up and .about ready for vc rk w ith the tVip tion of ini losing it which will b; cot.-.- Fifty Y ! Southern California Advertisements HOTEL PORTSMOUTH (Cafe Dake.) A modern brick building, delightful ly locatid oj.pi site ("enti..: prk. on. South Hill St. Central, finjy furnished, clean. corsvorL-nt. H. l t- 1 1 mv ter in all rooms, private baths, line public baths. Hate.-. $l.n) to J3..o, with special weekly and mor.l'.ily rates. Cais direct from stt-tion. Los An jr. ks. W. A. MKukllK, Proprietor. . . . HOTEL CATALINA... 4'! So. Uroadtvay, Los Angeles. Convenient to all street cars, theaters, ami the elec tric lines to the beat he. Elevator, bell service. -Suites with baths. We cater to the.. Arizona trade. A LEX AX DER & HO LAND. Proprs. When in Los A; HOTEL BROADWAY9 Convenient to all Car Lilies, Theaters, Shopping District, etc. European plan. Newly relit ted and up-to-date servi.v. 5EO. A. EASTMAN, 1 "ropi iete-r. HOTEL VENDOME, Looms only. Convenient to all car lines. All outside rooms. Private baths. Kates moderate. Trac tion cars from cither b i ot pass within half a blocked the house. L'01 South Hill St.. Los Angeles. LeZV'S DINING PRRLORS. Fresh Fish and Shell Fish Our Specialties. Thoroughly modern, centrally loc ated, excelb ntly equipped, skillfully man aged, popul arly priced. LVY'iS HI W. Third St. ZC3 S. Main. LOS ANGELES, CAL. HOTEL WILSON 126 WEST FIRST STREETS Remodeled anl newly furnished. C entrally located. AH street cars pass hotel. Rates oOe up. European pttin. LEWIS GRANT, Proprietor." HOTEL. 1'p-to-da.te :n all its appointments. Steam Heat. Electricity and Gas. N. cphone Joseph C'M. Conve nient to all J. H. Harding, Manager. Los Angeles. Hllenteesk Hotel a Headquarters for Arizonians. Corner Second and Spring Streets, Los Angeles, California A. C. BILICKE CO., Props. state-- 417 West a Belwaan the California Club and Hazard's Pavilion. Phone Joseph 4951. LOS ANGELES, CAL. The latest Gc'.-maii and Swvdish treatment for Gent, Rheumatic and all Chronic Diseases. Women':: coinplaiats ;i specialty. ( 'st'-opat hy, Sei'-td ilit: Massage, Elc-trie Light, Electric, Steam, Vapor and Ibrb Laths, l'iiy.ieal Culture. The Kneipp Water Cure ii nd all ot h'-r w aler cure trea t ments. We cure without diners si nil v. i'hout knife. Our Institute is the only o'.e on the Pacific' slope which is ooiii'ji-c.l with all the latest scientific methods of nature cure in all its branches and methods. We have saved hundreds of women from the knife and given back to health. Our motto: "Where there is life, there is hope." There is no disease that oar. not be cured by our method if the patient has vitality left. No drugs cures diseases it sim ply throws it back into the system and breeds chronic diseases; nature and nature alone does the work. We simply assist nature with elements deriv ed from nature, such as water,, air, Tight, sun, elicttieity, -magnetism, by massage, osteopathy, baths gushes, packs, etc. After you have been treated by an Naturopath, you will know bow to keep well, because we have no learned phrases but c:p!aiu everything: in plain English and show and educate t tic: public how to live in order to be healthy. Dr. Carl Siliult, dturopdthic Phsiuiin, I). 0. As ruuius sic liiuite.l iu our lUlltllU, newcomer-, belter make ara uifonie y u J( arrlvBl. Catalogue aud pamphlet tent free by mail. ' pleted i:i a few moro days, r.ay.i ire Journal-Miner. Work has been oi.i menocd inntlie mine and a force of mi nors are drifting on the 2C0-foot level. Whtl" the ore sc. f ir develop.-d i:i thU ' ni'K.rtv is: nnf verv li i e li ee nl.i iTi.i- rtre lnrse bodies or it nr. I it is tin- ctass of mines that usually mak- the good, rubplaittal dividend rivers In the loinr run. The deepest workings are only 2(la feet nn-I it ia thought the ore bodies wlil increase in si::-- and value as depth is attained The ore so far is all Pee. milling sold, but the indication"? irn that when permanent water level' Ih reached' the character of the ore will ching? to sulphuret3 This prop-" t has a number of rd vantages in its favor anions them being its near ness to the railroad, the station of Ievey bins less than half a mile fvorr the mi", and the w.irron road being is level us a floor, also its close proximity to he Arrua Frii fiver, the distane. 'o.'ins less than a mile and across a perfectly level stretch of country, so that water can be pumped to the mine if It should rot develon enough vat"? for its use. at verv little con. Mr. 'road left today for his home in South !lakc,ta. and his partner, Mr. Dale, of j Pi v.ns lvar.la. 'is expected ti arrive ho-o about the first of next week to look after property. Harry Ceilings, an experienced mining man, is super intendent of the mine. PRESCOTT MINING NFWS Good Reports Frcra Several Well Known Properties. Supei inlL tijent Sltikey came in "ey terday from the Bcdie mine. He lias done a lot cf drifting from the C-fot-t level and is now -inking. .The en- ! les stop at I CORONA. The leading family Hotel in the city E. corner Seventh and Hroadway. Te' street cars and the shopping distric t. Cal. NATICK HOUSE. LOS ANflEIJ-IS, CAL. RATES: Jl.'.T. to $3.00 per day. letter with private baths. Rums f.'a- ui. The n-tist popular house in Is An geles f:.r Ariz m i p'-opie. Has just ad ded a third story ami now contains 175 rooms, all newly furnished, with running- water and elevator. Thirty suites with private baths. Free 'Jtus to and from all trains. Fifth Street. inr i-nun: tiefure DIARRfiCEA. sumir:r Co:;' plaint:- and Hawed Trou ble Are S-x-e.P'y Cured. by fallowing the uo tor's advice and taking a tea poonf ul of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey in ea h gliss of drinking wat' f. It ke, ps you well Mid vigorous au l kills the disease g rsr.s. It ii 'absolutely pure and contains rn fusel nil. Kewale cf iiuitati ms. Ni v: York's b ailing doctor says "Duffy':;- Pi;e Malt il!ky is a fo id al ! ady i'ij;eteil." All groiers, drugi-f? ur di' t. J1.'0 a bottle. Dl'KPY MALT WHISKEY CO.. Ibiel.cster, X. Y. Medical Peok '.et Fife. tire : -h'ift i:: ill v ry- god ore. The Pidie mine was worked ner thirty yerirs iio and a great deal of very rich cav t iken then fr m. and the very ri'h cst mincii in t!i" routh western I'n'.ted States and ncitherrt Mexico are- tho:e fame ol 1 ini;.es Irovi whit h the j.i aaeer mine: a gat hi red the surface cream of the ci,. and had to ipiil when sul t !iui' f i Me n. tjiaiteiftl. Mr. Suk. y s ivs the :;.':i?.- basab and (h)iio!itr dikes s 'en at CrippD Creek aie seen o:i the i:t)die group ami nowhere els b.'S li- .seen them. Thre- leet trf solid nr.'1 is exposed in the Hodie shaft below t!i( KO-fort leve l. Water h is k iii m. iactl to appear in troublesome ii;.nt tlty ar.d a plliap of tl . r e i p.: ( It y will b- put ia. 'I iie en ;' value" range from t per ci-U leatj and fr;.m t to S3 1 in H. A GREAT TRUTH How It Spread From Heme to Home in Arizona In every Vatt of Phoenix; In the homes of the wealthy, in the humble abode of the man of toil, 'tis now a well-known fact a great truth that Doan's Kidney Fills have bro'Jght. more comfort to hack-it le- sufferers and cured more sick kidneys than ar.y tin-dlclnc of imidf-tn times. Read this: Mrs. Ysalu 1 Moreno, of !T South Main St., Tucson, Ariz., says: ,-l suffered more or loss with my kidneys for near ly six years, indicated by pain thf'Uigh the arms, should -is. across the small of the ba k and down through tie- loins. I kr.rv. it was of a rheumatic tendency but what to do to stop it was a mys tery. During the entire winter of l'.i2 I was miserable and constantly on 'the outlook fr some means to check the trouble. Readin.T advertisements about people who had been cured by u ing Doan's Ki Iney I'ilN intiuonced me. to go to a drug store for a box. I followed up the tre:uine-.t by using a second and a third when th" annoy ance ceased. 1 gave. Doan's Kidney Pills a thorough test and I know from the results obtained that they can be depended upon." For sale by all dealers. Price r.tte per box. Foster-Milburn Cm.. Ruffalo. N. Y.. sole agents for the I'. S. Remember the nanii Doan's and take no other. FIVE STAR RESORTS . f SiH'THERN CALtFoRNT.V LONG PEACH HRIGHTON PEACH TERMINAL ISLAND SAN PEDRO CATALINA ISLAND Ask agent of ti:. l-'anta Fe to t ii you about them. Excursion liek.-ts. now on sale via S;:lt y..m- Rout , a l!o . i'i. stop over at L's Ai g.-le;.-. KT A Money to Loan at low Rates For building or on improved city prop erty or In good outside towns. JUST WHAT 10U WAN! New plan of payment. Interest de creases if you pay. Our loans aro made and are paid off same as with a. bank, only oti pay monthly. You tlo not ma ture slock li pay off a Pmn as in other lniil.iiiuv ami ln-m associations. A Imr rower can p;iy off a loan any time with out notice, penalty or fort "it lire. If you want :i loan call on or Write our agents I-:. PA SCO E. Phoenix. J. El? NEST WALKER Phoenix, or MARTIN I )AiE & liORNE & CO., Fieseott. tir A. OKFILA or WILLIS P. IIAYNES, Tucson. t State Mutual Building & Lean Association C. J. WADE, See., Hi S. Hroadway, Ln Angelrg.' Cal. Good reports ccme from the Hidden Treasure group of mines in Black Can yon district, four miles east of Tur key. This group is being devolped by the Knickerbocker company composed in the main of Preseott people, the nropeities are well developed, with an excellent mineral showing. It is stated that, in one shaft a ledge o2 solid ore, five fiet wide, li :s been exposed for 40 feet, the tee from which gives an aver age assay ve.lue of $tJ00 pi r ton gold. Civil Knginosr T. C. Archer is said to have a very prcmisins mining prop- crty in the Agua Ki ia group of ten i tH'artz claims located one mile ca:-t of j the Yal Verde rmelter, two miles east of the great In n King mine and one , and one-half miles west of routh of th" Maumann group. Mr. Archer has made all airangemt nls to have the great ore bodies cf the Agu-a Ei ia gioup explor ed by a diamond drill. P. il. Oray'hai resigned as superin t. atlt r.t cf the properties of the Mer chants Mining company on at count of poor liealth. J. T. MeLcughlin suc ceeds hint. Vici -l'ri sidrnt Schricher, of Model ti.)ld V.iiiin;? company cam from Mct.'abe yesterday. 11 reort ? ; that t':e new shaft on the MeCabe mine i. being jut down as fast as posri bl. Supl. Pocleison, of the Last Chume r:ine, ! "t for Chicago ycterday to at tend a business meeting of the mem bers of the company. President Alr.sworth a. id Secretary Miller have returned from a Visit to : the properties cf the jtonnie 1(,iU ..l:- nin;r company. Pis'jug district. The j-i up. riies are b 'iiife' develoied i n an evt'-nsive rtale with most i-ncouragiiifc' results. (UiurkT. A FAP.MEJt STRAIGHTENED OUT. "A man living onin farm near hero came In a r-hort time ago completely doubled up with rheumatism. I handed him a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Halm ami told him to use it freely and If not satisfleckafter using It life need not pay a cent for It." says C P. Ray- j der, of Pattens Mills. N. Y. "A few j days later he walked Into the store as' straight ns a string and handed me a i dollar, saying, 'give me another bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Halm. I want it in the house all the time for it cured me.' " For sale by all druggists. EVERYBODY DELIGHTED. Newbro's HQrpicide Destroys the Dan druff Germ Permanently and Cures Raltlne:-?. Quir.Ine r.nd rum and a whole J, t of ether thing:-, are j le i.'ant to rub on the Ft alp after wawhir.jT it free or dandruff, but not one preparation of the g-.Ter-.il run cures dirdruff and falling hair. It is r.eeecr.ry ti kill that gerir, to be permanently cured dandruff, and to .'top tailing hair. Newbro's Herpicide v. ill poVie'iy destroy that :renn. to that thr-re can be r.o m.ire dandruff, ard so that th? hair v.l'.I grow laxuri- iantly. "I.'t-stroy the cau-c, and y.m I remove the f.ffeet." StM by leaiiir.g 6'. ugtf'usts. Setid 1" c.-nts in stumps for : a:ri 1;' to T!:? Hr-rplii i" Co., Detroit, J JMchian. o THE LION COMPANY. II. K'-j-fsnoider is in Preseott from Tyis An:;el.s for the purpose of starting work rn what has heretofore been i known -as th" Rambl'T group of mines i not far from Mayer. The old company j bus h.-f'ii reorganized and is now ; know n as the Lion Mining- company. I The company has seven claims In that ; section en which they intend to begin i development work at once, and lumber ' nrd other material is now being sent cut to the property to establish a good I .amp. J The owners of the Lion Mining com jp::ny expec t to arrive in this city from i Chit ago some time next week and will jnak preparations for beginning work i again on the Lion mine. The old voik j lugs, whit h were largely of a prospecl ; i ; . tut lure, will be abandoned entirely 'and a hi-ge new working shaft will be sunk. Enough work has been done to BEST FOR THE BOWEL If yon haTn"t a reiralar, healthy moTemfnt of the howola every dav, you're 1U or will be. Keep your bnwela open, and be well. Force in the abape ol violent phyaic or pill prison, ia danKernua. Th amootheat, easioat, most perfect way of keeping the lan-els clear aud clean ia to take CANDY CATHARTIO EAT EM LIKE CANDY rteanaut. Pnlntl)Ie, Potent, Tante Ooort, ! Oonu, Never Sicken. Weaken or tiriro; 10, 25 and, M cent a per box. Write tor free sample, and bonk let on health. Adtlroaa 433 r..ii-- d ,.. r ..Li i u . tficiiinij nviiim7 vuiiiydnr, tnicano or now inn, KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLUft Poor Indeed nre those vcighed down by mental de--t: -L---sii-.il. ?.!cn ri::e ia this world through buoyant nerve force. The loss of this force daily drugs down to failure sonii of the -world's brightest miiiJs. Such a coii'!itkn is commonly known 83 Nervous Dc-hility. When you )o--e self-confidence and fell your strength, energy and nerve force" r. re shpT K nway, it is high time you seek sensible aid. You prefer health and success to misery aud failure. f2 0 hive no c.pir.l as a nerve restorer. A couple of boxci will dispel that heavy feeling; the unnatural weariness cli.. apjiears ai!d replaces languor with new force and vitrorof lot!v nnil brain. Sir brixes rvill cure anv ordinary case of II ncrvotu cic'uility. If not, you get your ia runipy back. II 81.00 per box; 6 for 3.00. mailed in 3j plain packpge. Book free. Pea.1, FOR SALE BY EL. VET & II U LETT, THE LIVE DRUGGISTS. PHOENIX. ARIZONA GOOD TEETH-GOOD HEALTH Hold crowns J.l.oti. and britlye tiork that annul he sun.-isse.i at Imv ptiees. Wuit in.r is daimernu.s. why nut order that set ;f t tli t. id. iv. W e do nut compete i 1 1 -theaii dentists. .l-'irst-cluKK work .only. Overi -.tars' practice. Tel. John JJl'.'l. DR. CICERO STEVENS South Spring Street l Anflei, rl. satisfy the owners that there is the making of a good property there and they propose to give It a thorough trial. Jcurnal-Miner. A o THE IDEAL COMPANY. A 50 J I-t. boiler was shipped yester day tj' the Ideal Mining company's property' on Groom creek, and a steam friction geared hoist capable of sink ing .to a depth of COO feet was shipped today. The company has its shaft down now K.O feet at which point It is cross cutting and drifting. They struck ore n short distance below the surface and have a continuous tody down to the above depth. Preseott Jjurnal- Miner, THE GOLD LINK COMPANY. Foreman J. S. Kiley. of the Gobi Link Mining1 company's properties came in i rrom the Santa Maui section yester jday. He thinks the new 20-stamp mill j w in in' put m operation aliout the 1st of July. The mill has battery, plates j and cyanide plant, the latter for trcat lheinient of tailings. As the ore is wholly ;s ar-jiro(l. The ore v illi. . :t-f u ii I tn i run from ?,n to J-10 p.-r ton geld. Rig ore rrservis are blocked out in the property. An electric pump is. being put In and a pipe line is beng laid from the mill to the Santa Maria river, 4000 feet distant. Oil will used for fuel. I The c ompany keeps a large tank full 'of oil at Hillside station. U miles dls-i tant. and ttir. ira ens to the mi ye .nei. trip. Courier. 4-x-H'HKI-M:-'H PersonaJ Mention I-v-M-W-M-M. Theodore tie Moub -:t left Tor Risb.- last night. Scth R. Smith arr.vcd h; re yest.rtlay morniag from Globe. A. E. Hurley ami wife of Octaw v. ere rogisteretl ct the Hotel Ad?.:r.s yester day. ; Mr. J. C. Adams will leave tonight for San Francisco to Le gone about a ' week. Miss Gussie Stockton atl Miss Lf i;ora H. Adams 1 -ft c.n last night's M. & P. train for Cincinnati. Dr. V. o. R!t hmond left for Pres eott on this i:K-rnir.g's train on profes sional business. He expects tj return j Sunday. Mr. John L. Waring, with his wife ' ami little lxiy, a;d aci-omnani oy i hi'.ve arrived at Iron Springs for th? j f imiKr. V- ' i Amcng the guests registering yt the Hotel Adams yest?rday were A. Wake fell of l'a'.timore: W. O. Stuart cf Chi ag"; M. K. (jautz c:f Troy, O., and J. I. Shrperd of No-jab-s. An.ong thcr-. leaving F this morning erc on the : A. M. Santa Rosy, Mrs. J. D. Coughr.ia. I!rs. Jennie K.liit li, M. .1. Yarbough. Mr. and Mrs. I. Erankel, far Preset tt: for 'hii-aiiti, M. K. Gam.: for L s Aegeies, J. C. V'ard; for San Erai-. isco J. opadyke. Those rc gislc i mg at th Commercial hotel yest rday were I, lie Morainlit i t. Preseott: H r.ry A. O'Grudy. Mt-Cab:.; F. M. Evans arl J. F. Hall. Los A.i geirs: J. A. Caidiinn, Floreiue; A. J. Matthews, Tempo. Mrs. Halke's Grange Ctcaiu for sale at Balke's Curio shop. Life is fhru t, yet most men outlive their good resolutions Atchism Gl-be. THE M0RENCI TROUBLE Some Official Correspondence Regard ing the Immediate Future. There v.-as some otlicial correspind etue yesterday between Acting tlov; r.or Sto ldard, (it tiral Puldw iti. com ir.anditit: the deparitr.nt of the i'u'o rat . and the local authorities at "lif tun and Morenci bearing upon the late strike. The lelcqraiTi from Cen-M al Raid . in stated that the I'nit'd Staten troo.v; could be employed only after the civil forces b.atl exhausted th:ir r.eans of b.andlin.cr Hie strike but be dil nut mean thiit there would be no federal fcicis sc-r.t to Morenci for th.y re al ready on the tva,v. tloneral l'a:.iip i!iiuired who th" c ivil otl'K-er in ch:-rc;e wauM 1? and he added th: I .13 foon as he b-.lieved that the territory could handle the situation the tio-jps thouKl be rornoVed. The "acting- governor received a lott t fron rierrrtl Ma n pit .Tames ('oloil-'l hoini of tbo Arizona ipper co.uiiany thankin-j- him for th" enersy with which he had acted in the ortleting out of troops and in tailing for the regu lars. He reiterated the praise which has been showered upon the mili.ta whore "decision and audacity -etlli-d the striki within tvo hours after the in arrival." He i-aid that the strike 's over but that many tif the late rtriker. arc stiil armed a?il Jbat the gett.is of trouble still exist. In bis opinion n troop of regulars will be needed tiler0 for several months. Mr. ( 'obiuiioun lays the trouble lo the pernicious eight-hour law. He said that before the passage of that law t-II the men in the etnpl ty of both cjn: panles were contented. The ectinggovr rncr received thii 'jiTi cial report of Captain Rynring i.f llu Arizona Rangers in the course of which he said that during the absence of the Ranger force at Morenci the rustlers were busy in the southern pert of the territory and that they had run off a buiit-h or cattle near Pearoe. He added regarding .Morenci that the danger is not over. He praises the militia ami sas of Sheriff Par'ris of Graham county that he is a credit to tb territory. He closed his report i.s follows: "Li.it for lha prompt and rap id manner in which your excellertcj rushed the 'troop.- into the camp ili r? would have been a carnage which would have be:n a' blot on the fair fame of Arizona." On this subject speaking of the ac tion cf the acting governor, tb..j New Tork Sun of June 13 said editorially, "Atlzona may -congratulate herself on having us acting governor a man win is totally unlike Governor S.tono cf Pennsylvania." o I Fino Mexican carved work on belts, etc.. at I'orlor's 111' K. WavhiiiRton tt. . Tlioul) lltf . wtrrltl IcokK fair to ill" very yoiiiiK liian, later, on his icv is apt to be blurred by imliKf-st ion. Chi cago News. kmmim- v m'$mt &imFUMtt?zt . ;; ' . - --Nv- k ' " ' " . 4- - liJJ, Avfi r; . ..:;.-.;v5;.-.v- K.tv' i-i? v:' r-5a 'S?fr-i' ' -W-'-i - T ; 1 Miss Nettie Blackmore, Minneapolis, tells how any young woman may be per manently cured of monthly pains by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "Yoi'xt; Women-: I luul frequent headaches 'of a severe nature, dark s;Kts K'fure mv eyes, and at my menstrual iriods I s.unvml li'ituM aony. A lm-nil-er of the LmIv. advised me to try LmH" T I'iiikhnur.s Voirotablc Coiiipoimd, but I only scorned gxl aduv and felt that mv case Avas hoieless, but she kept at me until I luiclit a bottle and .sbwted taking it. I soon had the best reason m tl:e wi.i.d to change my opinion of the medicine, as each day my health improved, smd lin-illv I entii-elv without pain at mv menstruation iieriods. I am most giiitefuL" Nettie Ulackjioke, -li Central Ave, MiuncaiK.hr-, Painful Periods nre. quioklv and permanently overcome by I.ydia K. Pinkliam Vegetable Compound. Tbe above letter is only one ot hundreds or thousands which prove this statement t; be a fact. 3ieiiNtruation is a severe strain on a woman's vitality, it it is painful somethmtr is wrnn:r. Don't take narootb s to deaden the pain, hut remove the cause perhaps it is caused by irregularity or womb displace i tents, or tbo development of a tumor. , Whatever it is, I-ydiA JZ. Pinkhaiu's Vegetable Compouinl is guaranteed to cure it. If there is anythinsr alxjat your case about which you would like srv"'al advi'-e. write freely to '.Mrs. Pink ham. No man will see your litter. She oaa sarelv help you. for no person in America has buch a wide experience in t'l'at; in" female ills as she has had. She has helpc'l hundred-, of tlumvim. ff women baek to health. Her address is Lynn. Mass.. ami her advice free. You are -very foolhh if you ilo not acx-ept her kir.d invitation. VWW-M 5l,os of women. I U l tTsil' 12' understood the laws WA wll, but if the ski ruth aliout v-'ri i i i ii 1 1 a nuiu -jri " i (OinpoinuU Ev ina nod would soon 1h cured. f and 1 was daily losmpr my vnaiiij. h ff':'7&k&-' "I.vdia K.Pinkham's Vegetable v -nn,iM,V,ii,i euretl me completely, anl I am now enjoying the best of healtli, and am most grateful, and only too (leased to endorse such a great remedy." Miss Jennie L. LD'.vAr.iv?, C(04 II St., X. W Washington, I). C yirs. Pinkhani, whose address is Lynn, Mass-, will answer cheer f ullv avd v. itboiit co-it r.U letters addressed to her by -ick women. MR. STODDARD'S DEPARTURE To Attend the Funeral of His Daugh ter at Binghamton. . S -jif tary Stoddard left this morning for Pinshumton, X. Y.. to attend tha fur.cral of his dauslu.r, Miss Florence Stoddard.- who died there on Thursday evening-. T.-hrjiams passed between him and his father-in-law, Judge Mar tin, yesterday and it was arranged that the funeral should tik place next Wednesday afternoon. The 'secretary will be able to reach P.ir.ghanitcn on "Wednesday morning. Mrs. Stoddard and hT.son and Mr. ltoy S. Goodrich will ariive there on Monday morning. It is uncertain when Governor I'ioJ'1 will return but it is understood that he will be in Phoenix not later than on Monday and possibly on Sunday. He will at any rate bs in the territory be fore the acting governor will set out nf it so that the law will be comi'lied with.' Mr.'t-Uoddard was uncertain how Ions he wiH remain in the. east. He will, however, spend seme time there as there is not hi war h.-re now demundin-f his early rctui-.i.' In the tel-Brems which passed be tween here and Bingha-.r.ton yesterday there were no additional particulars of the death of his daughter. q "WHO IS WHO? "You know how embarvassinff -it is," said the -man with the red nose, "to meet a man you think you kne w and yet not be able to name him. Goini? from Cincinnati to Chicago last week, 1 hail just such an advent lire. A man came io me in the parlor car ami shook hands and asked after my health, .ul thi n sat il'in ! ir a t lire e-h Mirr.' ctm versatioii. I tried' my hardest- to re member his name, and I noticed that he never used mine. When he got up at l.st I determined to take the bull by the horns, and therefore said: "Excuse me, but your name has slip ped my memory." "Just what I was going to say to you.'' he replied. "Ycu can't be Jones?" "And I don't believe you are Brown?" "My name is Johnson.'" "And mine is Pftcrs." "I never hoard of ycu before." "Nor I you." ' "Who ilid-yiw take me tor.'" "Dilliic.l if i know'. Who did Jolt take nic for?"' . "Same durti'-d if I know; but I've sot a llask. and I KUess we'd Iwttcr take a nip.' Detroit Free Press. Details of Another case. "Dkar 31ns. Pinkiiam: Ipiorance and carelessness is the cause of most of the suft'er- I U heve that-it we proivriy rs of h.calth wo would all le -k women only kn.ew the Jwdia I'. l'iiikhanrs egetanie . , . i i. v jjitt Ji tliev Avouid saved wuiu uua- UI used it for live months for a lt- al difli culty Avhich had troubled ine for yt ais, and for which I had spent hunduds of dollars in the vain endeavor to rec tify. My life forces w ere Vein? san d, A RSPTILIAN ARISTOCRAT Interviewed by Representative ' Republican's SnaHe Dept. of The cutest sort i f a snake w .i- left at Th" Ilepuldirr.n .-Rice yesterday for Judge W. II. Barnes. The R-pubh. .in's snak" editor, but as he is absent in !h southern part cf the territory -l.i;n a legal stunt th creeper, bt ir.ir a particu larly handsome and highly colored " cimen, was turned over to the secieiy editor. And he Is just as symmetrical and active as he is cut-i that is. the sank.-, net the society edito-f. Judge l.ari.e- friend, who is one of 'his snake rp -iters and Is specially conimissio:;. -I t brim? in stories, and sn.ik-s. s.t s h.- - called a tree snake by rea.-son of tl: fac t that he lives in tre s r.r.d fe-ds i.;i the insects t! at llourish in the trinW---aud on tV.e leaves of Arizona's tia;ie shrubbery. This partittilir reptil-- :s .ver three fe-t len-r and fr. Its irot corjail-ent parts is not larger than one's forefinger. He is built for i linii.inc rather than for a fat stot k exhibition, and it is said that the way he gli.lt-s u; a tree trunk' is a marvel. H coils him self a' jund th-j trunk, turns on !h motive power and slips, upward i-jsle-than most snakes tould fall dewn. H-. takers gently fiom near the head or.d st gently in fact one can fwrnly real ize the dimini hinj? girth as he strok.-s the sylph-like form till presently tht-re i? nothing left to taper. In other words, he I"? 'mostly tail. In point of color this reptile shines. Frutn the er.d of his nose to a point midway down hi. s, i rs 1 column he is a beautiful green, the col or of the verdure of the trevs. with a couple of tlclit ate whit" lices run i.i .K tlown either si do. The Im.-r h; I: f tho si!;ik:: is a tlrat or d -ad ..c- d i :'. :. Nature has dressed him with just sort of clothes li" D.-..IS in hi.- I lies?:, as ail his operuti-is are c'n sly. So fur as an be learned in t l vciae of Judge I-tarnes. tin- sn i'. not poisonous, though Cue sivietv lie- . - the th- ; tor declined to make any personal - ,rej!ments in the interest of siki-'t-. The relied barley of the Mills is the best in town. Cari'. 'I MEANT WELL. Ohseivins a prim, angular matron i:i the elevate.-. Col. Haaktiiur.d- r re:.:i - d hi? hat. On reaching the t :-. ;h ll r the i lex tor t oinlucler. a tli-r.itie. -r-i;.nr :wi'.il Mde hlsl: T.-:. eate-il i.mt aid whisjirred lo the colon. !: "Lady savs will jmi !;.- put .n 'at on again, sir? Vnr bald "cad ! ix zles her eyes, sir."'-Chicago Tri' un-.