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tHE BISBEE DAIL REVIEW. BI3 BEE. ARIZONA, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST S, 1904.
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Tom Grindell
Back From Trip
HE VISITED THE TIBURON IS
LAND, AND FOUND THE SERIS
WERE NOT HOSTILE.
Natives in Interior of Sonora In
cline Toward American Methods
and Manners and Are In Favor of
Annexation.
Tom Grindell, of Douglas, arrived
this morning from a most interesting
two months' sojourn In Sonora. His
objective point was Tiburon Island
and, tbe ccast line adjoining. A week's
stay amongst the Seri Indians con
vinces him that the stories told of
-their warlike tendencies are false. He
found them; simply flsjh eating- be
ings of a low type, much inferior to the
Yaauis.
On tho Island are no more than
thirty natives, who live on turtles and
fish. These natives are of large
frame and Inclined to be corpulent.
Their sole weapons consist of two
old Springfield rifles with no ammu
nition. Mr. Grindell went from l'ae:e
through the Yaqul country and th
legion of the Mayo and Fuerte rivers.
He is not surprised that the Yapuis
fight for their valley, for it i3 very
fertile. It Is the garden spot of So
nora. The Mayo Indians are furtner
south in the Majo valley and tse
Fuerte. These thiee alleys will in
time develop into a remarkably nciu
agricultural region. Even now great
plantations of cane, tobacco, corn ana
maguey are seen. Cattle raisin; is
the impor'ant industry of tne foothills
The old city of Alamos is the center
of traffic in the extreme siuthei.i pj't
of the state. A railroad connecting
it with the seaboard will aid this rich
section in its development. The min
ing industry is active, though still in
its infancy. Immense placer fileds arc
being opened by American compaui3.
Mr. Grindell states that much 10 his
surprise he found a strongly t-jotci
sent.ment among the citizens for an
nexation to the United States. Taev
look to us to develop their country for
them.
European dress and customs arc
still retained by the peopje, though
American ways and methods of busl
ness are making inroads; and our ma
chinery, wagons, farm implements and
prepared meats are used exclusively.
The irrigation plants of the old
Spaniards of a century ago have long
ceased to be. but the present owners j
of the creat fertil vallpvo aro a?nin'
diverting the underflows of the rivers
into great canals for the purpose of
irrigation.
It is singular, Mr Grindell says, that
Amcicans should know so little con
cerning the vast natural wealth of the
great state of Sonora. when it is our
nearest neighbor. During the next ten
J ears tho attention of our investors
will be directed toward this iich field
for speculation, and the English lan
guage will be heard in every corner of
the state. It surprises one even now
at the number of Amercans a traveler
meets at every place he stops.
Mulcback Is the method of travel
throughout the-interior, and fifty miles
a day Is no unusual distance for a sev
eral days' journey. The people are
hospitable, but have learned well how
to charge an American for what he
gets.
Mr. Grindell makes the rather sur
prising statement that he considers
traveling In Sonora just as safe a3 liv
ing on our border towns. He has trav
eled much, but considers this the most
interesting trip he has ever made.
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Venezuela Still
Having Trouble
BOTH ENGLAND AND GERMANY
RENDER PROTESTS TO THE
OBSTREPEROUS SOUTH
AMERICAN REPUBLIC.
"A Man of the Times
Willemsted, Island of Curacoa, Aug.
4. It Is reported that Herr Heldram,
tbe German minister at Caracas, has
delivered an ultimatum demanding
the immediate payment by the Ven
ezuelan government of the interest on
the amount of the award to be paid
to Germany as stipulated in the proto
cols signed by Herbert V. Bowen,
representing Venezuela, in February.
1903..
The British minister at Caracas has
strongly protested in the name of the
English bend-holders against the
seizure by the Venezuelan government
of tbe asphalt lake at Guanacl, the
property of the New York and Bermu
da Asphalt company, maintaining
that the interests of the bondholders
will be menaced, unless the lake be
Immediately restored to the company.
BANK FOR YUMA.
Application for National Bank There
Granted by the Comptroller.
(Special to Review.)
-Washington, Aug. 4. The comptroll
er of tie currency has approved the
application for the organization of the
First National Bank of Yuma with a
capitalization of $25,000. The organ
izers are R. S. Patterson. E. G. Ca
ruthers, W. H. Doesse, Herbert Brown
and R. H. H. Lancy.
Destroyed the Crop -W. D. Kinsey
left yesterday for his ranch on the
San Pedro. He received the news
that his 40-acre field of alfalfa had
been completely destroyed by floods
washing earth to a depth of several
feet over the whole field.
EMONG the notable professional men of
this country who have achieved great
success along strictly legitimate lines is
Dr. R. V. Pierce, founder and medical
director of the Invalids' Hotel and
Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y.
Devoting his attention to the specialty
of women's diseases, he has become a recognized
authority in that line. His work, "The Common
Sense Medical Adviser," is now in over two million
homes in this country and Europe. He has repre
sented his home district in Congress and Senate.
There should, be a close relation between doctor
and patient. Single and married women very often
find that it is repugnant to their feelings to consult
their family phj sician. In such a case they can put
perfect confidence in Dr. Pierce, who has made such
a. success in the treatment of woman's diseases, for
he will give jou the very best advice possible, and
without cost to you.
It is much easier for a woman to confide in the
average man than in the averagewoman. She knows
that the man will respect her confidences and keep
them to himself. He is strong, has more experience
of the world and can help the woman who needs
advice. It is said that loyalty is usually lacking in
the feminine make-up. Without a perfect under
standing there can be no helpful advice, and not one
woman in ten places implicit confidence in ber own
sex. The consciousness of her own weakness puts
her on guard against the failings of all other women.
There is every reason why women should not trust
their delicate constitutions in the hands of unskilled
persons. It requires a thorough medical education to
appreciate and understand the womanly organism.
When a woman has ills and pains that she cannot
bear when life seems dark for every woman, she
should confide her troubles to a physician of standing
in the community, or one who has a national reputa
tion. Certainly it would not be the part of wisdom to
confide in an ignorant person without medical educa
tion simply because she was a uvtnan. There is every
reason why she should write to some great specialist,
one who has made the diseases of women a specialty
for a third of a century, like Dr. R. V. Pierce, founder
of the Invalids' Hotel'and Surgical Institute, of Buf
falo. N. Y. All his correspondence is held sacredly
confidential, and he gives his advice free and without
charge.
rGood actions speak louder than words," so too,
does the testimony of many thousands of -women dur
ing a third of a century speak louder than mere claims
not backed by a guarantee of some kind. That is the
reason why the proprietors of Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription are willing to offer 5500 reward for women
who cannot be cured. Such a remarkable offer is
founded on the long record of cures of the diseases
and weaknesses peculiar to women. If there is an
invalid woman, suffering from female weakness, pro
lapsus, or falling of womb, or from leucorrhea, who
has used Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription without
complete success, the original proprietors and makers
of that world-famed medicine would like to hear from
such person and it will be to her advantage to write
them as they offer in perfect good faith, a reward of
$500 for any case of the above maladies which they
cannot cure.
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y , for the
"Common Sense Medical Adviser," a book of 100S
pages. For cloth-bound copy send 31 cents in one
cent tjmps. or for paper covered 21 stamps.
If you have anything to Exchange
advertise it In the classified col
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false statements concerning its ingredients
will be prosecuted.
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Sunolies. Corresoondence Solicited s
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A Poker Player
Is Mr. Davis
THE GREAT AMERICAN GAME IS A
REGULAR FEATURE AT
HIS HOME.
The Chics Have a Nominal Value, But
No Money Ever Changes Hands
The Game Takes the Mind Off
Business.
Washington, Aug., 4. Should Henry
G Davis be elected to the vice-presidency
and after succeed to the presi
dency the great American game of
drawjpokerwould of necessity becomea
regular institution In the White House.
There is seldom an evening, except
on Sunday, when Mr. Davis is in Ll3
home at Elkics that the regular poker
game i3 omitted
An evening mail is received at Elk
ins about dinner time. There is an
outgoing mail early the next morning.
This makes it necessary for Mr. Davis
o devote the early part of the evening
to reading and answering his corre
spondence and decldlng'upon business
propositions that may be submitted
to him in the evening mall. He get3
through all this by 10 o'clock, and at
that hour he. the members of his fam
ily and guests who may be In the
house, assemble about a table in the
upper hall A deck of cards and a
box of chips are brought out and the
game begins. It lasts until 11 o'clock,
after which hour five jackpots are
played.
White chips are worth a quarter and
the reds and blues in proportion, and
the amount of money that would
change hands la an evenng over that
table would be large It real money
was played for. As It is, everybody
quits even. Mr Davis has never
staked a cent on a card game in hi3
life, but plays with as much zest as If
money were involved. He finds that
this evening game takes his mind off
his business and enables him to sleep
soundly
ARIZONA 4 COLORADO R. R.
TRAIN NO. 1.
Leave Cochise, 9:30 a. m.; arrive
Pearce, 10:25 a. m.
TRAIN NO. 2.
Leaves Pearce 7:45 a. m.; arrives
Cochise 8:40 a. m.
TORRES PRIETA8 rVY.
Time Crd No. 17. In Cff
To SAINT LOUIS and ALL POINTS
EAST. Excellent equipment, all lat-
est pattern Standard Pullman, wide,
vestibuled, all meats served in Rock
Island System Dining Cars. The
ONLY LINE into SAINT LOUIS i
HAVING A STATION AT THE
WORLD.S FAIR GROUNDS. Pas
sengers via this route may leave ths
train at our WORLD.S FAIR STA
TION (within S00 feet ot the Main
Entrance to the World's Fair grounds)
and thus avoid the crowds which con
gregate at the Union Station. Ef-
fective June Bli we will operate,
through sleeping cars (standard and
Southern Pacific from California
points, to Saint Louis. Think of It,
absolutely no change. Watch for
change of schedule June 5th. The
Lowest Rates all tho time are via
the El Poso Northwesters. Ask
about them.
T. H. HEALY. A. N. BROWN.
Passenger AgL Gen'l Pass. Agt
ia Paso. Texas.
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