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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, THUESDAY MOENING, APRIL 7, 1904.
J and the case will probably be sub mitted for a verdict during the after noon. Four Vigorous Old Men of Lisbon,-: N. H. , ; Who are as active sis boys of 16, owe their vigor, health and youthfulness to the great restorer of youth It Keeps the Old Young, tbe Young Strong. Such testimonials as the following from well known temperance men of high standing, are conclusive and show that Duffy's Pur Malt Whiekey THERE IS HO SUBSTITUTE FGI2 When the managers of the great Floto shows organized this beautiful exhibition, they did not forget that to please and amuse the little folk is to please and amuse the entire, world. With this thought In mind they have added to helr already costly shows a department for the children, including many fairyland feature, the beauties of which have never been equaled by any similar exhibition. ins m lunic-iiimuiani anu inviyeraior max Keeps xne system in a normal, neaitny condition. It is the true elixir of lifs. Mr. Pike bears his 90 years with be Mr. Gould served two years in the Mr. Kelsea, best known man in Lis bon. Served as tax collector for a long period. A native and lifelong resi dent. Born March 3, 1826. Mr. Geo. F. Savage, tax collector art J prominent Z24 degree Ma ten, Duffy's Pur Malt Whiskey keeps h machinery in motion. coming modesty. Grateful to th-i maker of this great remedy, and waxed eloquent in its praise. Civil War as fife and drum major, the loss of one finger preventing him from enlisting as a private. He is in his 85th year. . In the parade will be seen many cost ly miniature wagons .tableaux and open cages containing thesmaller spe cies of the animal kingdom. One hundred beautiful Shetland ponies, 1C0 dogs of all sjecles and sizes; scores of rare birds, baby elephants, and mon keys too numerous to count. These are all for the children and each and every little animal performs its re spective part In the difficult pro grammes arranged by Prof. D. Q. Markel, the king of animal trainers. f mm. Absolutely Pure IT IS A SHATTER OF HEALTH DEMOCRATS OF KANSAS Tfct QuMtto Btfor Them Today Is, Hl?M or N Hearst. Wichita. Kas.. April 6. Delegates to the democratic state convention which open here tomorrow are on the ground and many caucuses were held this ev ening. The dividing Issue is whether Instruction for W. R- Hearst shall be given the delegates. An anti-Hearst delegate declares that there are sixty flve majority against Hearst. The Hat men alve no figures, but ck.m a majority. Tue anti-Hearst men are . said to have decided' to attempt to stampede the convention tomorrow to ex-Senator W. A. Harris. If there is any doubt of their ability to defeat the Hearst Instructions they will appeal to State pride and name Harris. o ... A PLAN OF ARBITRATION. Washington. D. G. April 6. Bishop Spauldlng of Peoria, Ills, a member of the anthracite coal strike commission today urged a plan of arbitration con tained In the Kosa bill of the house committee on labor. The bill provides for a permanent board of arbitration, o NATIONAL CONVENTION. . The Plan of the Organization Has Been Announced. a nee with the conclusion of ihe leading republican politicians at Washington, and it is understood that tte arrange ment meets with the approval of those of other parts of the country who have been consulted. AN INJURED PRINCE. Berlin, April 'C Prince Frederick Leopold of Prussia had one loot se verely injured today as the result of a collision between an automoble in which he was riding and a drag near Berlin. MEMPHIS FIRE BURNING. Memphis. Tenn., April 6. The plant of the Cole Manufacturing company is valued at $200,000, and at 2:20 a. m., fire is burning fiercely and the en tire plant seems doomed. The company la a large manufacturer ci office fix tures, house finishing material.", sash, doors and blinds. o THE BOTKIN CASE. It Will Probably go to the Jury This Afternoon. Washington, April 6. Former Sec retary Root will be temporary chairman and Speaker Cannon permanent chair man of the republican national con vention at Chicago. This is In accord- San Francisco, April 6. Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Robert Ferral concluded his argument in the Botkin murder case Lite yesterday afternoon and when the court convened today Attorney Frank McGowan addressed the Jury In behalf of the defendant. He leviewed in detail tie evidence which has been presented and made a strong appeal for the acquittal of the accused woman. This afternoon George Knight will close for the defense and tomorrow District Attorney Byington will make a fipal argument for the prosecution Judge Cook will then charge the Jury o A MATTER OF ETIQUETTE. "nil!" Wanted fin..Utu EA.t-'. AJ..T.. on a Swell Affair. Mitchell Mining' Co. (LA DICHA MINING AND SMELTING CO. OF MEXICO. ,. CAPITAL STOCK, 500,000 SHARES. PAR VALUE, $10. FULLY PAID AND NON-ASSESSABLE. DIRECTORS. GEORGE MITCHELL, President and Treasurer j. ..Los Angeles, Cal. THOMAS H. ANDERSON', First Vice-President, Judge Supreme Court. Dis trict of Columbia. W. S. BOTSFORD, Second Vice-President, Pres. American Nat. Bank, Lo3 Angeles, Cat C. E. CRARY, Secretary Banker and Broker, Los Angeles.Cit, SAMUEL W. WOODWARD Woodward & Iothrop, Washington, D. C. B. F. Cole Washington7 D. C. GEORGE A. FITCH.. Los Angele?, CaL R. E. MORRISON, Attorney at Law, formerly U. S. District Attorney, Pres- cott, Arlr. JACOB WEIDMANN Silk Manufacturer. Paterson, N. J. E. D. ELSON.. ...... Manager at Mines. HARRY MITCHELL Manager New York Office. WALTER R. HENSEY Counsel, New York. REGISTRAR AND TRANSFER AGENTS. AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK..... ...Los Angeles, CaL DEPOSITARIES. AMERICAN NATIONAL. BANK Los Angeles. Cal. BANK OF CALIFORNIA San Francisco, Cal. NATIONAL CITY BANK of New York. UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN TRUST COMPANY City of Mexico. LOCATION OF M INKS Districts of Bravos and Tavares. State of Guerrerro, Mexico, about 40 miles in an ,air line from Port Acapulco. EXTENT OF VEIN Upward of five miles In length, averaging 1000 feet in width. CHARACTER OF THE ORE Chalcopyrite, self-fluxing, requiring no con centration before going td the furnace. COST OF LABOR About 45 cents, gold, per day.' The company has been em ploying for the last 1? months from 4300 to 400 men per day. COST OF FUEL, laid down'at Acapulco, $5 per ton. It Is the intention of the Company to erect its works on the coast. THE MITCHELL MINING COMPANY DOES NOT OWE A DOLLAR. ALL ITS PROPERTIES ARE FULLY PAID FOR AND TITLES CLEAR ANP FREE OF ANY ENCU.MBRANCE. The company owns titles to 164,000 acres of the very best quality of oak and pine timber; all paid for and free of encumbrance. It has about $2, 000,000 worth of timber on lis lands. TAe Company also owns a Water Power sufficient to operatte all machinery for mining, smelting and refining, and to furnish motive power for an elec tric railroad connecting the mines with tidewater, the saving from which alone will pay 10 per cent on. the Capital Stock, over and above other similar companies. THE MINES ARE BEYOND THE PROSPECTIVE STAGE AND FULLY DEVELOPED. THE COMPANY HAS IN SIGHT 70.000 TONS OF ORE, ASSAYING FROM 40 TO 74 PER CENT., WHICH HAS A VAL UE OF ABOUT $30,000,000. THIS ORE CAN- BE SHIPPED AND AT LEAST 80 PER CENT NET PROFIT MADE ON IT AS SOON AS ITS RAILROAD IS COMPLETED. IT ALSO HAS ABOUT 4,000,000 TONS OF 4 TO 10 PER CENT. ORE. (Two steam hoisting plants are now In operation on two different shafts. Two air compressor plants are in course of construction as well as two lar .ger hoisting plants. It Is the intention of the Company to ship the high grade ore as soon as its railroad is completed, and to build its reduction works from thg profits received from the shipments of this high grade ore. THE COMPANY IS TAKING OUT FROM $3,000 TO"$5.000 WORTH OF ORE PER DAY NOW AND STORING IT IN SHEDS AWAITING THE COMPLETION OF ITS. RAILROAD, WHICH IT EXPECTS TO COMPLETE IN FROM 6 TO 8 MONTHS. THE COUNTRY IS ENTIRELY SELF-SUSTAINING. THE COMPANY OPERATES A LARGE RANCH FROM WHICH IT SUPPLIES ITS OWN CAMP. AS WELL AS NEIGHBORING TOWNS. WITH BEEF, CORN, WHEAT, COFFEE, VEGETABLES, FRUITS AND ALL THE NECESSARIES OF LIFE. The property has never been advertised before, for the reason that the Ccm pany wanted it to be past the prospective stage before bringing it be fore the public. The Company Is offering another 15,000 chares of Treasury Stock at $10, and 10.000 shares at $15. reserving the riht to reject any or all subscrip tions. The stock is selling very rapidly at $10, and the 15,000 shares will not last long, when the Company will increase the price of the stock to $15 because of the enormous in crease In the intrinsic value of the" mines. Make all checks payable to MITCHELL MINING CMPANY, 52 WALL STREET, NEW YORK OR .522 BRADBURY BUILDING, LOS ANGELES, CAL. The man who asked to see the soci ety editor didn't look as if society was quite in his line, but he insisted that he had a matter of great Importance to be settled. "My friend Bill" he exdalned to the young woman. "Is a great stickler fer eticute." "For what?" asked the young wo man. "Eticutfrr-fer doln' things the right wav." "Oh, you mean etiquette." "It ain't spelled the way you say it, but I s'pose you ought to know." "What does Bill want to know?" she asked to cut off dispute on the point. "Why, Bill's got an invite ter go somewhere an he don't think he cught to go unless it's writ out proper." "That would depend on the nature of the affair," she explolned. "In some cases a verbal invitation " "A which?" "A verbal invitation one that isn't written you know." "That's the kind Bill's got. an they're all tellin' him he ought to go without any mere fuss, but Bill's great on eticute. an' he won't have It that way. So he says fer me to see you an' find out what's right, which he wants to do." "Well, as I said before." explained the society editor, "it depends on the nature of the entertainment. If it's a formal affair " "Which?" "I-say if there axe manv formali ties" "Oh. there's lots of them. It's goin to be a big affair with everything done according to Hcyle." "Then your friend Is quite right especially if he Is to be in any way an important guest." "You bet he is. Why, he's goin to be the main saueeze." "The whole thing, pretty near. They got to have him to have the show." iuen ne oai a ngnc to expect a formal invitation. If he is so import ant as that it is almost an insult to ask him to accept anything less." "That settles it. When I tell Bill what you said he'll stick out for the requisition, sure." "The what?" "The reaulsition." The society editor looked troubled. "Who is your friend." she asked "and what is the invitation he wants?' "Why, they get him arrested here fer burglary over in the next state, an they're tryln ter eit him to go back without any fuss, but Bill holds it ain't polite to go on Jest somebody'B wcrd 'specially when they're relyn' on him to be the whole show. He wants it done right on printed paper says it makes him look small not to have ev erything accordin' to eticute." Brooklyn Eagle. It's curious how a elrl never will worry at all over being knock-kneed. when she will grieve herself almost to death because her hald won't curl. New York Press. It's a great comfort to a woman to feel that if she were any prettier than she Is It would be almost impossible to keep from breaking up the happy families of her friends. New York Press. An old maid ought to be thankful tha-t she doesn't have to sit up In bed just before daylight and listen to a man explain why he tried to unlace his shoes with a button hook. New York Press. SAVE THE LOVED ONES! Mrs. Mary A. Vllet, Newcastle, Colo., writes: "I believe Ballard's Hore hound Syrup is superior to any other cough medicine, and wil' d all that I claimed for it, and it Is so pleasant t take. My little girl wants to take It when she has no need for It." Bal lard's Horehound Syrup is the great cure for all pulmonary ailments. 25c, COc and $1.00 at Elvey & Hulett's. MR. SAMUEL PIKE, 90 years Old. I cannot speak in any w'ords but those of praise for your Pure Malt Whiskey. For an old man like myBelf needs something of the kind to help nature, and nothing In liquid form was ever made to compare with Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey as an aid to health. "A wine glassful at night has a de lightful effect and insures sound sleep. "No man feeling the advance of timq should neglect to keep it in the house. Human kindness should prompt us to inform others of the benefits to be obtained from such a source, and '.t gives me pleasure to testify in your behalf. I am In my 90th year and en Joy good health." SAMUEL PIKE. MR. IRA B. GOULD, 85 Years Old. "I am 85 years old and in fine health. Have lived in Lisbon, N. H., 36 years, and attend to my business personally every day. . "I have used Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey as a medicine only, and found it the best tonic and stimulant I ever tried. "Any man can keep breath in his bady longer by using it, as it prolongs life, and I want my friends to know of its merits so they may do as I have done and keep fortified against disease by taking regular doses of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. "I would not recommend whiskey as a beverage, but Duffy's Pure Malt a:i a medicine does prolong life." IRA B. GOULD. These are a few of some 4,000,000 cures made by Duffy's during the past 50 years. It is so much better than any other medicine or combination o medicines for coughs, colds, catarrh, grip, bronchitis, pneumonia, con sumption and all throat and lung troubles that it is pre scribed by over 7,000 doctors and used exclusively in more than 2,000 hospitals. It's an absolutely pure, gentle, invig orating tonic and stimulant, which acts directly upon the tissues and quick'y kills the disease germs. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey enriches the blood, stim lates the circulation, strengthens the heait and brings into healthy action all the "vital forces of body, brain and mus cle. It cures dyscepsia, nervousness, malaria, chills and all low fevers. Invaluable for all wasting, weakened, dis eased conditions from whatever cause. It is a promoter of long life makes the old young and keeps the young strong. MR. WM. M. KELSEA. 78 Years Old. "I feel it my duty to speak a good word for your wonderful Whiskey. X am in my 78th year, and feel the need of a stimulant every day, "Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey will certainly help any old man to keep young, and acts as a soothing influence on the system. "It is good that such a remedy is so easily to be obtained, and I cannot speak too highly of it." WM. M. KELSEA. MR. GEORGE F. SAVAGE. 64 Years Old. "I am a native of Lisbon. N. 1U an 1 in my 64th year. As old age creepa on something is needed to keep the whee! i of the body machinery In motion, an 1 I have found nothing as good Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey for that purpose. Nothing I ever used brine so much comfort, and. while I do nut believe in the use of liquor as a drink. I can cheerfully recommend this the best tonic In the world for old age." GEORGE F. SAVAOll. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey contains no fusel ail sei is the only whiskey recognizel by the Government as a medicine. This Is a Guarantee. CAUTION. When you atk for Duffy's Pur M!t Whiskey be sure you get the genuine. Unscrupulous deal ers, mindful of the excellence of this preparation, will try to sell you cheap imitations and Malt Whiskey substitute, which are put on the market for profit only, and which, far from relieving the sick, are positively harmful. De mand "Duffy's" aid be sure you get it. It is the only ab solutely pure Malt Whisksy which contains medicinal, health-giving qualities. Duffy's Pure Madt Whiskey sold in sealed bottles only; never in flask or bulk. Leek for the trade-mark, the "Old Chemist," on the label, and be certoin the seal over the cork is unbroken. Beware cf refilled bottles. Sold by all druggists and grocers, or direct. $1.0 a bottle. Medical booklet free. Duffy Malt Whiskey Co-, Rochester, New York. shame, our own feeling of cowardice, and humiliation, and our cankerous remorse at our own unfairness and in justice are as nothing compared with the effecfof these things on the world. Anger breed9 hatred, and haterd keeps many good men and women at each others' throats when there is so much good work to be done in the world. The good people are divided in this world, and the devil triumphs beca.usj of the hatred, caused by the foolish tongues In anger. And the pity of it, the tragedy of it. What craven cow ards we all are to loosen our tongue when the world needs helpful hands all pulling together toward a common end. Emporia Gazette. 1 The late Dr. Otis Avery, of Honesdale, Pa., said he was the first American ev er to receive a dentist's certificate. Dr. Avery was talking one afternoon to a reporter about the earlier, unen lightened days of Honesdale. "We had not ther.," he said, "as much religious feeling as we have now. I remember a revival service, yery poorly attended, that was held during a cer tain winter. The revivalist, since the people ' would not come to him, went out to them and on the street corners he would question them concerning th?lr religious beliefs. ""I have n't seen you at our revival,' he said to one very old, bent man. "What should I be doin' there?Vthe other answered. " 'Don't you ever pray?' said the re vivalist. "The old man shook his head. " 'I carry a rabbit's foot.' " TO CURE ANY DISEASE. Tht Cause Must be Removed, Way With Dandruff. Same Kill the germ that causes dandruff, falling hair and baldness, you will have no more dandruff, end your hair must grow luxuriantly. Newbro's Herpicide not only contains the dandruff germ destroyer, but it is also a most delight ful hair dressing for regular toilet use. No other hair preparation is on this scientific basis of destroying the dan druff germs. It stops all irritation, keeps the scalp sweet, pure and whole some. Remember that something claimed to be "Just as good" will not to the work of genuine Herpicide. Sold Iy leading druggists. Send 10c in stamps for sample to The Herpicide Co., De troit, Mich. Wakelln's pharmacy spe cial agent. Oiui'dlwcbEser First in Sales Because First in Quality 100,402,500 Bottles Sold During 1903 The Largest Sales of any Brand of Bottled Beer Wheo attending the World's Greatest Fair do not fail to visit The Anheuser-Busch Brewery The Home of Budwelaer Orders Promptly Filled by MELCZER BROS. Co., Distributors, Phoenix, Ariz. HOLD YOUR TONGUE. More grief Is caused by things that are said than things that are done. Aneer is a flame that burns quickly and kills:' hate is a coal that bums deeply, but often does little harm. But anger flares up in a moment and in a second does fatal injury. . , These remarks were caused by see ing a great bly over-grown man speak unkindly to a little boy this morning, near the Gazette office. The boy as bovs wlll-i-made a funny remark about the man and the man turned and jaw ed the boy. He was a irreat big man and the boy was a very little boy who didn't mean anything wrong in the world. Now who do you think was hurt worst bv the occurrence, the boy who innocently and perhaps' foolishly threw a funnv remark at the man, or the man who flashed up and sassed the bov? If there was a spark of manhood -eft In the man. -he must have been ashamed all day of what he did. - He must have felt himself a coward, and hated himself, and the little boy will always think of him as a coward . 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