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Arlionn'a Copper Production.
Tbe principal Industries of Arizona are mining, agriculture, horticulture, stock raising, wool-growing nndlumber ing. Whcu .AlexunderVon Uiuuboldt passed through Arizona in thei- early portion of -this century,- he predicted that hi the mountains of that section would eventually be found the greutest mineral wealth of the United States, and the Immense development now go ing on In the mining Industry of the Territory seems to fulfill this prophecy. The greatest production Is in copper. Last year the copper mines of Arizona produced 241,4(10,(1(10 pounds of copper, or an Increase of li(J0 per cent In eleven years. Arizona Is second among the States and Territories of the Union in copper production. The mining camps ure a thing of the past and are being supplanted hy mining towns and cities which would he a credit to any com munity. These cities have municipal waterworks, electric street railways, public libraries, good hotels, two and three-story stone and brick business blocks, and best of all, thousands of substantial homes, the majority cf which are owned by the men who live in them. To Break in New Shoes, Always staaka In Allan'! Foot-Has, a pawdar. It cures hot, sweating, aching, awollan fast Cures Corns, Ingrowing Nalla and Bunion. At all Druggists and Hhoe atores. 86o. Don't accept anx substitute. Sample mailed FREsV Addrees Allen 8. Olmated. La Roy. N. T. Full of Human Interest. Naggus What are you working at now, Borus? Bonis I am writing a story In which there is neither hero nor heroine, no love making, no villain, no detective, and not a particle of plot. Nagus That ought to be interesting. Borus It ought to he more than that. I hope to make it touching and pathetic. It's a hard luck story, written for my landlord's exclusive perusal, and sets forth in detail the reasons why I shall have to ask him for another extension of time on my rent. mC St. Vitus' Dance nnd all Nervous DIs " eiiscs permanently cured hv Dr. Kline's Greut Nerve Restorer Bend for FREE $! trial bottle and treatise. Dr. K. H. Kline, Id.. U3I Arch St., Philadelphia, I'a. Disappointed. "It's too bad, miss," said the turnkey at the jail, "but the sheriff took that murderer to the penitentiary this morn ing. The only real ornery cuss we've got here now is a chap that stole a bulldog. If you'd like to " But the young woman with the costly bouquet of hothouse flowers had turned indignantly away. STATIO? OHIO, CrtT OF TOLSOO, ' I T.r"A OnFNTY. ( Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ha is the senior partner of the Arm of F. CHENEY & CO., doing business In the city of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use Of HALL'S CATARRH CURE. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this eta day of De cember, A. D. 1886. seal A. W. GLEASON, Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern ally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. 3. CHENEY & CO.,Toledo. O. Sold by Druggists, 76c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. A Lornr-Felt Want. Flannery What's the mutter wld ye, Mike? Finnegnn 'Tls near kilt I was be fallin' down an open coal hole. Flannery Well, well, 'tis too bad they can't lnvlnt a coal hole thot'll stay Bhut whin It's open. Philadelphia Ledger. Inconvenient. "Shadbolt has a wonderful memory." "Yes ; such a memory as his is a nul snnce. Every time I meet him I can see he hasn't forgotten the dollar nnd a half I borrowed from him live years ago." Chlcngo Tribune. We Will. If wintertime comes in the summer, And summer in winter, my dear, We'll need some reversible clothing To wear -through the whole of the year. Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. AILING WOMEN. Keep the Kidneys Well and the Kid neys Will Keep You Well. Sick, suffering, languid women are1 learning .the true cause of bad backs and how to cure them." Mrs. W. G. Davis, of Groesbeck, Texas, says: "Back aches hurt me so I could hardly stand. Spells of dizziness and sick headache were frequent and the action of the kid neys was Irregular. Soon after I began taking Doan's Kid ney Pills I passed several gravel stones. I got well and the trouble has not re turned. My back is good and strong" and my general health better." Sold by all dealers. BO' cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. rinntlnu; Corn In l'anuiun. "Anyone who is willing to work can get rich in the Uepuhlic of Panamn," said Dillwynn M. Ilazlett to a Kansas City Journal writer. "It costs 10 cents a bunch to rnlse bananas and there Is always sale for them at 30 cents n bunch. Three crops of corn enn be raised a year and no cultivation Is re quired. A man walks along and drops the corn In - the footprints he makes nnd a native follows and covers the corn with his big toe. Thnt Is nil there is to do until It is time to gather It" Mothers will And Mrs. Wlnslow's 3oo,thtng Syrup the best remedy to nse for their children daring tbe teething period. on Tensfae Twisters. "A growing gleam glowing green." "The bleak breezes blighted the bright broom blossoms." "Flesh of freshly fried flying fish." It Is simply impossible for any one to repeat these three sentences fast They are the gems of a collection of tongue twisters that an elocutionist has made. And almost equally dllllcult are the following, taken at random from the elocutionist's collection of more than 200 tongue twisters: "Six thick thistle sticks." ' "Two toads tried to trot to Ted bury." "Give Grimes Jim's great gilt gig whip." "Strict, strong Stephen Stringer snared slickly six sickly silky snnkes." "She stood nt the door of Mrs. Smith's fish sauce shop welcoming him In." St. Louis Globe-Democrat Their Fellow Employe. There are stories that are true, nnd stories that ought not to be. Among the latter, surely, Is the tale of the two politicians who drew pay In Phila delphia for work which was supposed to keep them nt desks In the city hall. One day, as they rambled along a brook In the country, fishing, one of them picked up a stone arid threw It nt a grazing horse a disreputable, worn out old horee. "Hold on, Billy," said the other. "Don't shy stones nt the poor chap. He has as much right to be here as you have. That Is the commissioner's father's horse. He's 'on the payroll for that desk between yours nnd mine." Retort Courteous. "Aw captain, you used to be a whal er, didn't you?" "Yes." "Would you mind telling me aw what kind of bait. you used in catching a whale?" "Dudes, when we could get 'em, young feller." Chicago Tribune. Flensnnt. "Now, thnt it;s all over, darling," said the delighted bridegroom, "I must confess I never expected to win you. Even now I cun't understand why you married me." "Well, George," said the Chicago bride, "I'll tell you. Some time ago a fortune teller told me that my second marriage would make me very happy and wealthy. So, of course, I had to get my first marriage over with." Philadelphia Press. The Twe) Travelers), In bygone times it came to pass, A tall Giraffe and a dwarfish "Ass, As fellow-travelers, side and side, Were jogging through a country wide. The Ass was much inclined to smile At his companion's awkward style; His great long legs to criticise, And at his neck express surprise ; "' In short, to spare no cruel hit Whereby he might display his wit. But, as they moved the region through, The vegetation scarcer grew, Until upon the sterile ground But little else than stones were found, And only on the tallest trees Grew aught that could their hunger ease. And there, wilh famine worn away, The hungry Ass was forced to stay, And watch his comrade cat the fruit A dozen feet above the root. "Ah, me !" he cried, "no more I'll chaff, Nor at your neck nnd figure laugh I In truth, I find now, after all, I'd give lny ears to be as tall !" St. Nicholas. , Envied Him. Little Archibald Uncle Henry, when you were a boy did they call you Harry? Uncle Henry No, Archie ; everybody called me Hank. Little Archibald Gee ! , What a splen did bad boy of a time you must have had, uncle ! HOWARD K. IUJIITON, ABATER and CHEMIST, Leadvllle, Colorado. Specimen prices: Oold, Silver, Lead, $l;Uold, Silver, 75e;(old, 50c; Zinc or Copper, SI. Cy anide Tests. Walling Envelopes and full price list sent on application. Control and Umpire Work "ollclteu. Reference: Carbonate Na tional Bank. Roused Her Ire. ' "I'm going to take a stick to that miserable little beast of yours one of these days, madam !" "I wish you would ; neither his fath er nor myself can do a thing with him." "Madam, I nm speaking of your dog, not of your little boy." "What! take a stick to my Fido! You horrid brute, you; don't you dare I" Grandfather's Cure for Constipation REAT medicine, the Saw- buck. Two hours a day sawing wood will keep anyone's Bowels regular. No need of pills, Cathartics, Castor Oil nor "Physic," if you'll only work the Sawbuck regularly. Exercise is Nature's Cure for Consti pation and, Ten-Mile walk will do, if you haven't got a wood pile,' But, If you will take your Exercise In an Easy Chair, there's only one way to do that, and make a Success of It. Because, there's only one kind of Artificial Exercise for the Bowels and its name is "CASCARETS." Cascarets. are the only means to exer cise the Bowel Muscles, without work. They don't Purge, Gripe, nor "upset your Stomach," because they don't act Hke Cathartics. They don't flush out your Bowels and A Hair Dressing Nearly every one likes a fine hair dressing. Something to make the hair more manage able; to keep it from being too rough, or from splitting at 'the ends. Something, too, that will feed the hair at the same time, a regular hair-food. Well-fedhair will bestrong.and will remain where it belongs on the head, not on the comb! The best kind of a testimonial "Sold tor over sixty years." Made by J. C. Ayor Co., Lowell. Mui, Alio manumomrera or 9 SARSAPARILU. yers PILLS. CHERRY PECTORAL. Tangled In His Spectllcatlons. "Tommy, you were not at school yes terday. Why was that?" asked the teach er. "I was sick, ma'am," answered Tommy. "I nm sorry to hear it. What was the trouble?" "I had an awful sore thumb." "Thnt is too bad. What caused it?" "I I stepped on a rusty nail, ma'am." Then the teacher knew that Tommy had played hookey and gone to the ball game. Solicitous. Mother Dear me! Baby's choking. She must have swallowed something. Visitor Mercy ! Make her cough 11 up. It's my diamond pin I gave her to play with. Detroit Free Press. Intestines with a costly waste of Digestive Juice, as Salts, Castor Oil, Calomel, Jalap, or Aperient Waters, always do. No, Cascarets strengthen and stimu late the Bowel Muscles instead. These are the) Muscles that line the Food passages and that tighten up when Food touches them, thus driving that Food on to its finish. They are the Muscles that turn Food Into Strength through Nutrition. , Well, a Cascaret acts on your Bowel Muscles as if you had just Sawed a cord of wood, or walked ten miles. That's why Cascarets are safe to take continuously In health; and out of health. Because they move the Food Naturally, digesting it without waste of tomorrow's Gastric Juice. They thus work all the Nutrition out of it before it decays. The thin, flat, Ten Cent box is made to fit your Vest Pocket, or "My Lady's" Purse. Carry it constantly with you and take' a Cascaret whenever you suspect you need one. Thus you will ward off Appendicitis Constipation, Indigestion, and other things besides. Druggists 10 Cents a Box. Be very careful to get the genuine, made only by the Sterling Remedy Com pany and never sold In bulk. Every tab let stamped "CCC." VT FREE TO OUR FRIENDSf We want to send to enr friends a beautiful French-deslrned. GOLD-PLATED BONBON BOX, hard-enameled In colors. It is a beauty for tat dressing table. Ten cents in stamps Is asked as a measure of good faith and to cover cost of Cucaretir With which tKujaalnty trinket is loaded. TlS Send to-day, mentlonlnc this paper. Address Starling Remedy Company, Chicago or new York