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THE WEEKLY ORB.
ALVAN W. HOWE
Entered at tba pettoflle at Bltbeo, Ari
zona, as malkmatter of tba (ootul claw. May
TEEMS 07 BGBSCEIPTION:
On yaar. by mall or carrier ..$SC0
Six Mouth 1 SO
Three Mouth ...... 1 DO
Txxua: Strictly in advance.
Advertising ratea will be made known on
application to thla office. Leral publication!
In conformity with the Territorial Statute.
Headier Notlaet 10 ceuta per line for each lu
tortlou, ToADTsniiBBits: Cuts intended for Inner
tlon iu these columns eaust tie oc metal babes
or they -will not be accepted.
Communications relating to news or edi
torial matter should bo addressed to Editor
)sf"AU Remittance and business letters
should be addressed to
H V" "" ALTAN v. HOWE.
I1. P. FISllW, NEWSPAPEIt ADYERTIS-
inc Agent, 21 Merchauts' IixtlulnjrerSali',
Jb'ranclKCO, Is our authorized agent. IhU
roper is Kept ou lile In his ofbee.
The Williams News has brought forth
ail infantilo daily. You can C. Kick
in its tvery line.
It might surprisn Spain somewhat if
Commodore Schley's fleet with tho Ore
gon should ahowup ut the Cannries.
The gold bottom 8eein,tohavc-drop-ped'outol
Klondike and the steamship
companies are finding it hard matter to
3" Gen. Miles conducts the- Cuban
campaign with the rapidity that he
made Geronimo como to terms, General
Blanco will soon hav.o to surrender.
From yeaterday'adiflpatches it will be
seen that the Arizona cowboys are
strictly in it. They stopped only4a few
days at Fort Sam Houston and are now
- ' on their way .to the front, and will in
t nil piobability be on Cuban soil before
next week. '1 heir mascot, the moun-
't tain lion, will then be fed on Spiiiiith
Tub uithdiuttiit of capital from sea
jHit tnwtif, which has aln-h.Jy begun
thiough fmr of bombardment, nnij lean
ton nioio libeial investment in interior
mines, far removed fiom the alauus
and dangeis of war. This may prove- to
lo tho case as well for northern Mexico
an for our own southern and western
The citizens of Bichee have been given
a chime, of fallowing their patriotism by
helpine the school children in their
efforts to out do the other towns in the
.territory in raisii g money to assist in
replacing the wiecked Maine with a
battlet-hip built with (I e capita! raised
bv the patriotic children of free Ainer-
' iTijt mrT,TT1t
'rrrrairtli?t!ood came nlomr.
The Examiner bulletins which are
phsKdiu Tombstone and then published
jin the Promedol llow tcllnw journal
im iu its Hue a-ect. Twice during
the 1'iNt two wi'ika that ini occnt sheet
has hern ltd by theco bulletin 'and
qiinted under glaTing headline- the le-
feat of the A met iean navy. If t lies'- aie ionics. Oi o is h enhle to i-hangh.ii, Ml hisfo-npatiy to'bolony to Wwm u un
n ...,vi., ... ...i, .'a : . n Kiii.n.i L-i. in.,) i VI,,. 1 .. ui..,.i,. d...n,v true; W I uni tlu owner of said cIMnis,
EW ...im'll ... IIHIV IIJV l ' Jill 111 l
annihilated the editors should join the by luiul linra ncui"? SUht'ih tit Emope,
caii-o of Geu. Ulnnco and the iolloweisf'l"d thence by cable to AmeiiiM. The
SuPKlii.NTKNDKNTof Publ c Imtiuction
Sheiiuaii ib now interesting hiin-elf iu
the M-hool lauds in the tenitoiv, Hoi
f.i A that in many plates there tehool
lands aie cccupltd by lenuuta who have
not sernred 'leases theiefor, and who
pliy'nb retitnl. He is calling attention
of Iho boards of supervisors to this con
dition of affair, and ia confident if it ia
properly looked after the revenues for
school purpose would be very materi
TrtFnK is a possibility th it ono of tho
Spanish fleets that Into en off Iho
coast of Spain since, the 'iiotilities com
menced, is now on if wy nround tho
Cape, of Good Hope 0n its way to the
Philippines. If ru0i, h the case, Uncle
,Sum should n(i dfltiy in Fending the
Stoops- ami haTy riinrtOn from San
Francisco tog'atlu'r with all the possible
war hhips. Spain knowing that Cuba is
lost to her will do her utmost to retrain
the Philippines, which have been n'
great source of wealth to her.
The whole right to save civilization
flcpendi on the me of printer's ink.
Siuchiflying is well ei ough iu its way
to stir men up mid tet them to think
.jug, but to fight the e'temies of mankind
tlieie ia-notliifgiqual tothenewFpapei",
it is a. conttunt dioppiug that wears
away bigotty; a si iresslon of fliihh
llghti that il.uminalea ignorance, and
an cndleii debater that never ttnps
talking. Puwh the honest iiewppapers
'" and yon will eavo liberty and rnanktng.
The citiirns of our tow n. are aware of
' the movement of tho school children to
id in building a battlo ship to replace
the lost Maiiif. The youujslera are
working with mightand miln, amMiavo
raised a considerable sum, but arc ambi
tions to do better, llisbee is a prosper
o'os town, well able to assist in a glori
ous enterprise like this. 'If every man
in tho town gave a dollar to tho fund, he
would never rjUb it, find sum would bo
raised that would bo ft ciedit to tlm
town. Now m the time to give material
evidence of your patriotism; to do loose
.thing beaidoi cheering and wearing
y.ed, white md blue."
The downfall of Havana will be the
next American victory.
Miles and Gomer. will give General
Blanco a thort lesson in the art of fight
ing as done by American infantry and
cavalry, as did Admiral Dewey to Ad
miral Montijo on naval waifaro.
Tue United States is not engaged in
war for conquest; but for humanity.
When the Spanish flag is hauled down
fr.ru Moro Castle, as it will be, the stais
and stripes will not float thorc, but the
flag of the new Cuban republic. A
more unselfish war never waged'in tho
history of thcworld.
With t''e wholn Atlantio ocean to
move around in, tho Spanish fleet-has
only found a course from the Capo
Verde islands to Cadiz, an.t from Cadiz,
to tho Capo Yerdo uliluitfi with a littlo
side trip to the Canniics. It looks us
though Sampson would have to po over
thero if he wants to give the Spanish
tars a lesson in modern warfare. 9
A compaky of Navajo uauiors, swoin
to nulit for Uncle Sam against t!-.o Span
ish, is the latest novelty promised from
Now Mexico. Captain Gree of Gallop,
has held a conference with n committee
of braves from the roFeivation and they
state that 1,000 bucks arc readv to hit
the war p.uh at the regular wilder. The
Navajos and would rather njht than
steal any time, nulesj the picking is ex
ceptionally good. ?
Tnn board of control of Arizona passed
the following resolutions:
"Ro olved, That hereafter no mor
phine fiends, epilepticp, ineluiates or
imbeciles tdiull be admitted as patients
at tlm insane anyl'im. and the superin
tendent, Dr. I. 15. Hamilton, is hereby
instructed to lefiuo to admit any such
"KeKilved, That the clerk of tho
bonul isJieieby instructed to Fend a
cei.t lied copy of this icsolution to Dr.
1. 11. Hamilton, mpeiintendeiu, and
alfo to each of tho probata judges, slier
iflh anil beauts of Mipei vikoih of tho ter
Tiicnn is no mtvy in the woild that
can compare with ours in the ptopor
tiou of its elrkei" that have been under
fiie. Of the sixty one tear adiniial-i.
(-t)mnuidnien.and captains on the active
list theie aio not mine than thiee who
have not helped to liulH blnp.4 in aoUial
war. Our olliccrs have fought in all
kinds oi t-htp, luidcrall toita of Condi
lions. They helped Fanatiut open the
Mihsinaippi and win the battle of Mobile
bay. '1 hey took part iu his bombard
ments, and sailed with hi-ii over torpe
does and I't'lueeu hhoie batfenoa con
sideied unpayable. They'.wero with
roiter at Yickj-hurg and upon the lied
iiei,iiud olliceied Ins fleet that cap
tuted Foit Fisher.
Nuws fiom Manila come to theeoun
ttybya loundalmiit loute. thank-t to
the lack of a (-.ihlt, across the P.teilij.
Th"ie a.ie land lines of iele;r.ili from
Manila to Liirovun. a hiiudio I miles
further no.th on tho same inland oft
T , ,i . ..
Luzon, mid a cable the.ica to Hong
Ktin,'. Fuini Hong Ivmir there mo two
-... ...'...... ... 1 ...1. r-..,w.. 1.1. . lib
oi her and more iiho I route is fm n lloiitr
Kong to Saigon or Unii.el. lo Singu-
l"'re, tn Madras, by .-able, thenco by
hind linen to the Red Sea, to Suez and
Alexaiidiiu, to Manilla, to Gibraltar, to
Ln-l:o. , to England, and thus to Auier
ic.i. NewYotk Tribune.
Tns bit of inloimatiou comes fr m
the JloVdiip New Yoik. through tho
cdumnsiif the New Yoik Evening Post,
tiud tellH of he knd of nuff the Ameii
O.IU navy i composed of: "An inter-
estjllii incident of the bgi'lotldnient j rotlriiis mil Jus. Qulnn contlnuinu' tho
tn.jl: place in the fick bay on tho flag- ' limine: Ju Quhm asmiming; all lla
ui.:.. H.-......I..1 ui..v c.ii.u .,-..r.. ,,.,,, bllltioKiinduolloctlinr nil accoiiuM due the
theie liMening to the. shotf, all eager lo(
KCt on deck. Slid lenly, sih it uinved by
a common impiiNe, four of them xpiaug
fiom their co's. One had malaria, two
had Kipe and another high fever; hut
tliirrr a.lineuts were foi gotten aj they
lushed out to their gun divisions and
took their usual ftatiotiH. Denpitu their
entieaties to bo allowed to stay, they
weie ordered back to the sick bav, to
which they Forrow fully luturne I. They
were not leported for breach f disci
pline, however." No, it was no time lo
discipline the boyc. 'I hey lost all feel
inu of iespoiiHibili,y, save to their cniii
try. The following clipped trom an cait
et 11 paper, puriiortin to boad'npiteh
from liitibee n-j:irilin; the depaituro of
our loya for Whipple I! ir-aukd, and will
nove intutffjtiiiir readme
BiBiJF.u, A 1 ir. , April i."J.
county quota for tho Ariz
cava! 1 y left for Whipple Uarruckj this
afternoon. IX consisted of ee veu teen
cowboyafro.n this vicinity rough ridur.i
and flue MiotH. One of, Iho men at a
practice riduiand tdioot not )is inustaii;
lo bucking. The horso btickail tho
bridle off and broke both cinches off tho
saddle, and the rider put three bullets
into ii tomato can fifty faut off whlln hi
animal wan iloiug tho turn. Thu lioraj
was unable to tluow him. Thin ii a
sample of the material compound this
cavalry. Lire ciow.la were at tho
depot to bid them farewell. Thirt cav
alry ia picked for duty at the front in
Cuba, and will leave for New Orleans
on Monday or Tt diy under commiml
of Major Alex 0. llrodis to help round
up the Spjtui&h in Cuba."
REAR ADMIRAL DEWEY.
Rear Admiral George Dewey is from
Vermont. He entered the naval acajl
entv on the same day and the same year
with Commodore Hon ell. They gradu
ated in tho same class. Dewey's first
sen duty was on the Wabash, with the
Mediterranean squadron. Thon he was
attached 'to the Mississippi with the
west gulf squadron, during which he
was present at the capturo of New Or
leans in 1802. Ho wan in the engage
ment with the Confederates below
Donaldsouvilio in 18(13, and present at
two attacks on Fort Fisher. The year
after the close of the war ho served on
thcKearearge, attached on tho Europeui
station, and also on the Colorado in the
same station. On being assigned to
duty he was oidercd to the naval acad
emy, and later to the command of the
Nanagansett on special service. On
being promoted he was aain sent to
this ship, and after serving ou light
house inspection duty was made secre
taiyof tho lighthouse bard. In 1832
he commanded the Juniata, and soon
aftor the end of her ci uisowaa advanced
to the rank of captain. A voar later he
became captain of the Dolphin, o.'c of
tho tit at ships of tho new navy, and for
th i co years, fiom 18S" until 18S8, he
was in command of the flagship I'en-u-cola
on the European station. On the
ex phut ion of the finite ho was made
chief of bureau of equipment, where he
seived until 13DJ, when he became a
member of the lighthouse board, lie U
now commaiidei-iii-ehief- ot the Asiatic
O Dewey was tho morning
Upon the first of May;
Ami Dewey was the Admiral
Down in Manila bay;.
Anil Dewey weio the Regent'd eyes,
Tho-e oi bR of royal .blue;
And Dewey feel disconragod?
I Dew not think we Dew.
So par in the Ilitqunola war not an
American hai been killed, while o.er u
th'iiHiiud Spanish wan iors hive sacri
licid ihem-elves hefuru tho Amen an
uiiih at Muni i an I Alitam h.
Our., eastern excluinyes me stating
that iel.- w4iiia-aud blue stockings aie
all the lago ami that they hope to see
more of ihuiu. (Vuh us it depond
upon how they aie disphiyed
Arizona k'sihb to be enjoying n bume
amount of pioypei-.ty for this he.n-ou of
thoxeir. The war don't appear to lu
iu iho least detrimental to her interests.
Not later than next week will fleo the
my in po'saedsloii 6TMoio
To All Whom it May Cokckbs
Notlre Uheroby elven to all plirtlo. Inter-
csted, tlmt tlio three following named mill-
B ,,,, t0-wit: o n Bleu. MjQInty and
uriioi, oluhncd by ths CochUe Copper
liohig tho ou'y poison win ever located them
in ucconlnnae with tli3 Aot of March 10th
187J,uu-lI lutvo ful co-nplled with all its
ro'iulreiiPiit, by dolus: tho 5 00.00 worth of
n-.MMmetit worlc up to tho present (Kito ou
ouch of the uboi named claims I thoicfoio
stro ell prote-t utruln t the Cochtae Copper
Mlulnt; conipuio'i, niaklii- it appear that
th:so claitm are n part of their iitcorporn
ti'in, as they have no t'tlo to the same. I
I felt ill prote.t my rlsht? in tha com t-', If ncc-
cssao. CJAR . S S. MANSUtt
The co-purtneihli heiotoforo cxlstlny
ctwcoii It. J. Dous'ass ami Jas. Qiiliin, miHer
the firm itaino of Douslan & Qulini., is thU
rlnv flUnlvnil b tmitual consent. R J Dnnir.
R. J. DOU'JL SS.
Datod at TIisbss, this April 16th, 1813.
TO Ah. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice " heroliv iivon. tlmt certain iirfiilnar
p'alnn rullrd thf 'lain Dion, Mcliint.v. unci
Pui'UKOii hitniiteil In tho Wurioii rnlitintr dU
trict, mid alraut ono half mile iioitlifM.tprly
f 1 0.11 thi Holliro'ilc hoUtlinr works, mil
nliout tlio hunin dt timre fiom the town ofl
nislioe, A. T. As tho ubovo i.mnnl lultns
woipuni iu'jiuoii 111 ruuiui iuii.v wun uit-u.
S. Mluine: Law-, tlioiefore, 11 Kei'oii'l putty,
nt u Inter dutn, rolooiitod tin wimo in full
conformity nlth tiio uhovo immoil liiinltiy
laws, anil Is fully ilet'Miuincil to protort liU
1 Icht-i. Tlioi efore, all poisons m- piititioni'it
not t' linritin' " buj or Ipii n tin aljovo
nnnipi. claim " C.S. MANUK.
ml!''f liuhiB, A.T.
Opposlto the Library.
Sid Hurris, Prop.
IMPORTED WINES, LIQ-
U0KS AND CIGARS.
KKAPIMl AND CAIll) IIOOMS ATTACH R 11.
4ilvc I'nii Call.
All CalU Promptly Attended.
WEST END MAIN ST.
Special Work, Chronic DUeases, and
Eye, Eur, Throat and Ni j.
2 to 4 aftcrnoono.
Is considered by Bisbee peo
ple a very promising copper
and silver proposition. Prox
imity to the extensive ore
bodies of the Queen mine at
Bisbee, Arizona, now a won
derful producer, and assays,
made from ores found in the
King's No. i shaft down over
570 feet, warrant small and
large investors iu purchasing
shares of stock fully paid up,
uqu-assessable, it small price,
for development. Calumet
and Hecla shares are now
465 $18.60 for a $:.oo share
that cost first 2 cents. Now
is the time to invest and
get in, a few years from now
may be too late. Send for
prospectus to C. W. Black
burn, Fiscal Agent, Bisbee,
Ifi ra IS l(
The South Bistec
CAPITAL STOCK - $5,000,
Non-Assessable aniCarryiag no Per
sonal Liability to tho Holier
THE utoup or mmefi recently pur
chafed by the South Uisbke Coi'pck
Mining and Townsitk Imimiovcmkni
Company aie situate on tin south
west side ot this copper basin, and
extend fiom the top of the muu
tnjna on thy west to the center o'
the basin on the e:Ht. Few people
have any conception of the ore
hod ten or the unlimited amoiin t of
miiieial that lies iu this basin. The
Copper Queen Com pan v haa bcei
opei.ttiii! heio for eiulitcen yeau
and me down only oil.) feet, nimnlx
bec.iu.-e they found hiitbeient oie be
twecn theioand theHiirl'ace, to kee
them in coitnnt opei.ituiu. It u
niul by pat ties hi have the oppnr
tiiniiy" to know, that they now haw
MUhcicnt on: in n'hi to inaiiitaii
their pieent output fur 15 ye.un
wiiliou, ha vine to -ink niiollici font:
ami what is tine of then piopurn
must ho tme of this Coinpany'
property when developed.
'I he stock hooks of iheiilvu'ci Cm
puny situ now open for suhci ip'ioi
and a limited uutnlier of sli.ui
aie offeie.l a I TWICN PY-CBV I'
ler Hhiue. No applications for le.
than 101) tdinreij will he accepteit
Applications for clock or copy of th
piofcpectus to lie ni.ulu to
Fn-eul Ayent, llishee, An
Eveiy dull. ir of the pmceed fio
the mle of hluues of Mock and fio
tho mle of the Compuiy'd town lo
and blocks, which wo estimate vvi
be a l.uue sum, will he invested i
pinkinj! flhaftx, developinent ioii
tlie erection of howtins! woiks an
model n Hiiifltei -. nnd all 11ece5s.11
iutpmvf incuts, to make this cuter
plif-e siicce-sl'iil ineveivway. We
can deliver our coke an pplie direct I
fiom tile iiiilro.nl iMi" to the smell
ei; and can iiNndclivei om bullio
diM't-'ly to tho ears. Wo have n
Kihiuc'd olliceis hence evcrv dolla
will be used fordeveiopinn the piop
city of this Conipiny. J'ho book
of the Company will be open for in
Rpeetioti at all time-, nn.l at tin
auuiial meeting' of the Company
full and exhaustive lepmts will In
Mihniitted ( tlin utockholders, t'or
Ibis corporation is composed of
practical business men Upon le
quest of inieieMed paities, wo will
with phiinne, submit evidence ti
show that our claims mo molest,
in view of the. remarkable itidica
tinna and possibilities of this piop
eity. PIS TKR JOHN-SOX.
OmcoNo.4, llryson lilooU. Loj Ansslos. Cui
J. A. Irwiu & Co., Proiia,
Carries the famous. Silk Velvet WhU
key, Intel national and Sun Spot Ci
gan. Fino Wines, otc.
CLUJJ itoOMS IN CONNECTION
Bisbee trade especially catered
LEON LARRIEU, Propietor.
M OP 1
W IB 'Irl
W i S a Wu U
Has first-olasH accommolation, newly
the beat the market affouls, at live
public ia lcapectfully solicited and
A. A. CAOTAX
L i U ULK L i
First class 100ms from &0 cents per day upwards. Fires for families a specialty
iii loome. Good meals at "23 cents. I5.tr attached to the liouse. Satifae-.
tiou gr.aiantced or no pay. ,
3ASI. FSrtS2IfZA7, Praprictar.
. I1AKKNGER BROS., Proprietors.
Fine Wines? Liquors and Cigars.
irr-L;j iswsimj wtj. "
ia" n In Bk. jB it
It cuts the grease, and' a gocd rinsing vrill
leave the dishes delightfully clean.
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
Cblttso. Bt Louis.
and Overcoats of
Thla cut rcprc53nt3 our tO,
Wa also build Stnsrfo and Doubles
Friction, and furnish Wire Hope, Ore
V' r S CJLZ
- n m-... ,,. ...... .1.1 , wnwamrminiMiwi
Wp W RF3 f?g) I ONEY WaR ' 1
fcafcyttesEfvL ! Costs to run On Cot p I
I HoraePower p r Hur. No I
i 2& a j. s n n rr n r-m P Ccl c Wood and very littlo I
iJrSSOrLlltfE I W"sr5 1
OUUH5. -wcocr- noisieri anu Lngmcs use uasoituc, ixapuia, lnllilatt, : , C
for fuel. The y can be used Underground or on tha dump. AUiCt:ia wakes o
uui create in 111c operating vi 111c "wcocr."
'E. ST8FF, STROKGh
Every Englno sold ou on Absolute Guarantee, in use for all rjrrit.v.
Used by such concerns as K. C. Consolidated Smelting & Refininj! Co., rfcllori
phia Smelting Co., GuRKenheims, etc.
For prices and particulars, write us, stating duty required, HoriJ rsvrfr, otc.
Catalogues, "Stationary" and "Hoisting" ou application to
WEBER GAS AND -6AS0UHE ENGINE G0.&S:
KANSAS CITY, 1Y1C
B1U I ELlm
furnished ioom-3. Tables supplied with
and let-live prices. The patronage ef the
- A3DO, Proprietor.
i JHfO L ;
H n h a
a XM? al7 a l
for dishes that can be tlirown away after every
meal, to avoid the tiresome task of dish-washing,
cannot be granted. Would she have the
next best thing? Let her wash the dishes
co easily it's alraosta pleasure with
New Yort. Sosten.
A COWARD? 3
first sight iifig
stem to be
tion. We arc told however,, by tbtlto author.
Dftraeli, that any man is a cowr4, rm in spite of"
himself, if his garments art ill-firtiar r to a stub-.4
iy cunuiuoii. 11 yuu wish iu iju7 l"" Try
of decant attire you should orcw vomt Mil'
THE GREAT CK10AM l'4
20 years txv M 1 rii U Gtti'
and wvrm MM Pm Ik ftotehl,,
Workmashi. A '" m vii MM
you less than the kiiti of taltorijr IMI HlW
men cowardly. Ertf Pataa AnMMM. '
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15, 0, SO, iO, S3 U. P. Gsaift'l Ho!cK W'
Drum Hclstlne Cnrlne. h r-ar-i-f! r "fcl
Buckets, Cars, Shives, etc., making cowrliU j j-
J 1 wei
.m. w. TO.
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