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Ladies V/aoted Df an Old Reliable Firm !
i- dd It »?•• » '■■ r»r. r.m'f hlitv nni nil tlri'U I r.f fan y M.»k f'.r v* ni ti .in". Btnlf *<rk i>rtt g-K-i i.t>, »(• •■!, i.r Itlauft httUtt, V> r i: ' mi, i!l,,ti »mi.| Unff (i t.< In I ,f\ N ♦-!!«*. tk i , U \: ir'. .fn Mt , i Ui'Air >. I II "Genius," remarked the man in the pntent-rnodtclno ndvertlsliiK line, "In the infinite capacity for suggesting pains!"— Detroit Free Prea*. TO CDIIU A ooi.li l.t dir HAI Ttkf 1. 111 1 v ».- flf-.mo giilt>ln» TuMt-tn. A I druirtUt* •' ■■ I tt» <■ !.• % if it t •'■ • ' • rur*. i:. W. <lr«>v»'ii »l«nature !• on rach tx.E. t^ $ioo REWARD $ioo The readers of thlH paper win ix* plcflicd to Icnrn that there In at least one dreaded disease thnt science Iwih In en nble to cure In nil Its Htap,«?«. and that l» Catarrh. lUll'si Catarrh Cure Is tho only positive cure known to the nu'illcil fraternity. Catarrh brMnj? a i-otistittitlonal dlHeasc, requires n constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca tarrh Curo Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous HurfncV-H of the Byntom, thereby de. htroylnK the foundation of the dlneaH«\ and Riving the patient Htrcnßth by building up the constitution and as. filhtlnK nature In doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers, that they offer one hundred dollars for any rape that it falls to euro. Send for list of testi monials. Address. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. To. lrdo. Ohio. Sold by all druggist. 75 cents. Hall's Family Pills are the best. CITC Ptrman'Mljr <"■;?. •>. N.. r.c cr rx-rToutuMi ll I O »ftfr nt»i .Ur"»ii»r..f l»r. Klinr'nUrr^t Sent Hctor-r. B*tMlfor KKKlHii.OOirUlUHU^«tMJtrr*t- l.«. Da. U. 11 Ku>^ U4..V31 ArclJ^sU. I'LlladelrlUa.! I*.1 *. sii; ziz w : r. Kind I.ady— Do you like flowers, lit tle lK»y? Little Poy-Yes'm. Klntl I.ndy-I am plad to hear It Your love of flowers Indicates a refined nature. What kind of Oowers do you Vke ti»'»xt'/ I.lttle »n.r-Bollcd cabbage.-Ohlo Ftate Journal. Stops th« Cough nnd Work* off th«< Col«l. Lasativo nrtmo-Qulnlr.r Tablet* cur** a coU In or.o <J*y. No cur*. No par. Pric* C c«ntt. Russ House, Sin Francisco, Has Been Completely Modernized. Within the past year there has been a srent demand made by those visiting, the city fcr accommodations that have a semblance io their home surround ings. Realizing this want. Colonel J. S. Youim of the Rtiss House has gone to an expense of over $70,000 to ob tain the desired result. The first step taken was to tear down the plaster- Ing in every room. Over 1009 laads of old plastering were carted away before the work of modernizing the house was ccmnleted. Krrm one end of the ho tel to the other has been repapered and repainted, while new furntshihks ar? to be neon on every hand. T!ie building now contains twenty-one BUltea of rooms which have private bath adjoining and over 3uo other rooms for these who wish fnr less pretentious acrommodatlcns. The new plumbing Is of the most modern sani tary kind, and has been inspected by the local health authorities, who have given their endorsement to it. as being the most complete In the city. An electric service Is now in use throughout the building, while every r?r»m is supplied with ho! and cold water. The locksmith has visited nil the doors r.nd put on new lock.; of the most Improved pattern. These locks have n set bolt which can only be opened from the inside. The Ruhs House Is famous for the X ni table it nets. In fact, many of the business men who hnve offices In the Insurance district are to be Been at tin* noon hour In the dining-room. A visit to the kitchen shows that none Of the Oriental mcca are employed, and viiere h n cleanliness that speaks well for the thoroughness of the man agement, ThlH part of the hotel Is so situated that It la by Itself, and there In no chance rf the odor of cooking being found outside its doors. In fact, the Hush House Is one of the most modern hotels In the city nnd the latest to bo thoroughly renovated. It Is nn Ideal place nt which to stop. Everything in congenial, and one feels nt home the mometi he puhhcs tho front nooTH.—H. F. J'ost. July -Cth. Imperial prceo MINIS AND MINING Two hundred mid fifty men nro re ported at w ,rk in tho Turquoise di» trwt ,thlrtcen ml leu east of Tomb* atone. Tho U'm] Dog mill has Juil finished v milling of iwcnty-flvo v»nn from tin- Santa Ana which went |HO to Ihc ton. There arc now no lease* In cither the Snntn Ana or Nt.polevn, thr» Napoleon Consolidated Mliiliik Company which fiwnH these properties, doing tho work t iwniKelvcH. — Hands burg Minor. The (Jrnnd Cafton mln«*H, owned by William K. Rldcnour, and formerly worked under bond to eaßtern partis, by \V. 11. Ferguson and M. E. Spritlld- Inn, have been bonded t) I'lttHburg Capitalists for $30,000, with a rasli payment down of $ 1000. Bays the Prcs cott Journal-Minor. Tho propr-rty is a copper proposition, and has pro duced Romo very Rood ore. It la lo cated about fifty miles north of Au brey station, on the Santa Fe Pa cific railroad, Just at th<» edge of the Grand Cafton. The Phcenix Republican gives the following rumor: "It Is Bald that In (he settlement of the famous Equator suit, which split Equator Hill In two. glviDß Senator W. A. Clark the east half and the Copper Chief the west part thereof, there was a provision inserted providing that If the Copper Chief Company should sell, Senator Clark should have the first chance to acquire It, being virtually an option without a set price. Now it is saU the Copper Chief people have been offered $1,000,000 for their property, all of which may pass It up to the senator if the Copper Chief people think it is enough money and the sen ator thinks it Is not too much." Kmll Holden claims to have found a new copper deposit thirty miles square in Shasta county, and to have also discovered a solid ledge of as bestes from eight to ten Inches wide. Ore will be shipped from coprer claims twelve miles southwest of Hel vetia, Arizona. The ore is said to go 200 ounces in silver. IS per cent cop per, and to carry considerable amofV of lead. The Porleska mine In Trinity county owned by H. Z. Osborne and ethers. Is still proi'jcing about $1000 a day In gold, accord ing to Trinity county pajers. the mill having a capacity of but a ton a day. It Is expected to in stall a larger mill In the fall. IN THE OIL FIELDS Olema has .spudded in on No. 2. 19. 2S-2S. Kern River. Coalinßa Derrick Fays: "The '•-^ta Clara well is down several hundred feet and nine Inches." Oregon-Midway, ojeratlns In the Midway Held, is reported having two wells in sand, with excellent pros reits. Independent Oil and Development Company has leased Its land in 21, 2S-27, Kern River, to tho Brltls!i-Ccl- Ifornia Oil Company. Grace Oil Company's office building in S. 20-2*s. Kern River, was burned Tuesday with all the company's books and documents. California Oil Field. Limited, has spudded In on three wells nt Coal* Inga. This is n Hrltlth company which recently acquired considerable prop erty in tbat Held. Some month since R, K. Haute dis covered n large deposit of very pure aiphaltutn in tho McKlttrlck field, which he hns developed by running several prospect tunnels, fie la now beginning to market the product The Heralds' oil reporter visited thy »: ct jftornc \v'-k ( « ;u'<i and wan ■urprin^d to nat* a Rtrat body of what npprarrd to ,ho refined naphaltum. Til for Inf. Tlio (orrppponiliTjro wns brief, hnt to ; \\\v point. The letter »i»o rocolfod wn* ; dm follow*: U*MT ll»'!»fn-l Uk# pUIHM in *;;■ r •- yt-Kt ■<JcJreti a m* » »:«*«-'! •( !i), for mii>u I ifttll \,t> gla I to rffhf font cbtclb If fOU •'" u-.t •!'i.f<- tbt t -. ftttSM "' • • ■ tl. "Tin" Idea!" «lir exclaimed* "I ncvef know lUdi Itiiju'rllui-ncc" Tbop «ue *:\\ down nn»l nrroto th* following: \uir Slr-l h»te of'.trr-l t.n nx trrm foot ••• labtlittnwnti tod I *** no ffaton *bjr I ihoutd et \<> n.» tipfSM of rclumlo] that vbfch I <\<* n>t want and ulil/b ■■-» tent to mr ur.ioHctifl. To Mils «Ue recclvcil the following answer in due titnc: r>rar Mj<'arr — I ••< ! < • ! f ' (he t;r« :..•/■; my, iiJ I truit jf.u wIM 4a me th* fjvor to ! i ml fi.f |b* onsnlirilrd '..»■■> entrrtainmeel • tirkell «tii(h bow lif, «ith n\>out 2.1 other*, oe en/ •'<•-. "Tlie discouttoouH boor!" bJio ex claimed. "Evidently," be Kollloriulzt-d, "there ore methods of procedure that ennnot be Buccesflfntl; applied to buflowt."— 6t. roul TrutJe JournnL Tlie bltrcest pumps ever used were made to pump out I^ike Hnarlem. in Holland. They puiupvd 400.000 toaa dally for 1 1 years. When a fellow has money to burn, the mother of marriageable daughters Is ready to supply him witb a match.— Philadelphia Record. Adams* Sarsaparilla Pills cure sick headaches, constipation, biliousness and dyspepsia. They also purify the bleed. Sold in 10 cent and 25 cent boxes by all druggists. The man who cuts out poetry from the newspapers and pastes it in a scrapbook is pretty sure never to be a millionaire.— Simerville Journal. Piso's Cure cannot be too highly ppoken of as a cough cure.— J. W. O'BRIEN, 322 Third Aye., NNt. t Minneap olis, Minn.. Jan. C. 1900. TOU KNU\T ITIIAT YOU AHE TAKING Wh«-n you take Grove'B Tasteless Chill T< nJc t*cau«f th» formula l» plaln'y prlnlei on every bottl* nhowlnr ' h ;i t It !.- mmpty Iron and Cjuj nine In a U»tele«« form. No cure. No nar. &*c. Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's j Soothing Syrup the best remedy to uso for tfcinlr children during the! teething period. Tlic Kind You Have Always ltmi<rht lias borne the signa- ture of Cli:is. 11. Fletcher, ami has been made, uuder his personal supervision for over ilO years. Allow no one to dcoeivo you in this. Counterfeits* Imitations and •« tTust-as-grood " arc but ami endanger tlio health of Children— lixpertance against Kxperiinent. What is CASTOR I A Cnstoriii is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Par* goric. Drops and Soothinsr Syrups. It is I'leosant. L\ contains neither Opium, 3forpliino nor other Narcotic substance. Its ajre is its jruunuitee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It euros Diarrhtuu and AVincL Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, euros Constipation and Flatulency* It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stoinaelt and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea— Tho Mother's Friend. Tlie Kind You Have Always Bought j* Bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years, TMC CtNT»un COHMNf, TT MUKfltr »THICT, NIW VQNft city. CURED BY PERUNA Of Nervous frost rot ion, iiiiiiiiilMiiniiiriiiMiiiliiiiiiiiiitMiiiiiiiiiniiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiftiiiiitiitl ' A "- <m A 5 -^ y 1 A >w If z | J. A.J-IMI'rON. | 3 [£cc*jr B'd of K«l»K<ition. Hun Frntif i.«ro) | niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiT Hon. J. A. Simpson, Secretary of the Board of Education of San Francisco, Cal., writes: "I have found I'eruna an Ideal tonic. Some months ago I Buffered with neurasthenia (fij'Htemic catarrh), caused by too close application to office work. My system seemed worn out and I felt far from well. I found Peruna benefited me very much. It built up the entire system and made me feel like a new man. I believe It Is well worthy the high praise be- stowed upon it."— J. A. Simpson. "Summer Catarrh," a book written by Dr. Hartman. President of The Hartman Sanitarium, on the subject of the nervous disturbances peculiar to summer, sent free to any address by The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio. Preparatory. Ethel— Mamma, don't you think women thoald know how to cook so that they may be able to look after their husband's digestion when they marry? Mamma— Certainly, dear. Ethel--Mnyn't I jro to the kitchen, then, and practice making butterscotch?— Brooklyn Life. Slennt Well, but Made Him Xervoni. Mr. KIJJU— rieitse don't send tbat messenger boy who stutters ui> to my house a^iln. Telegraph Manager— What did he do? Mr. FlJJlt— Notblus. Rut I gave bim a 2Ti cent tip. ami he huni: around all afternoon irjrlu^ to say "Thanks."— Columbus (O. i Stale Journal. • . 5