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'. Scott Vllte is in town.
?: A$0. U. YV. meet tonight. .
Ryan and Hall, the hardware men,
!" left this morning.
. JBob Tate has gone to Nova Scotia on a
v visit, to bia old home.
F. J. Arthur left this morning for the
Huachucas, on u.ining busineaa.
Fete Johnston left tnia morning for
. hie mining claims near Ciittenden.
, '' Mrs. CbarleB Douglass, of the Babaco
V'mari, is visiting Mrs. F. M. McKay.
, .-Up-to-date job printing at Tdk Orb,
, VLateat styles in millinery goods at
'""Mrs Klewett's. JO-tf
J. N. Bringas, J.r., a prominent cattle
, -Wan of Milpais, Sonora, is a Biabee via
itor. - Go and see thoso new 8teel folding
ibeds.at B. F. Graiiam & Co's. furniture
' - James. Curtis, a mining man, of Lob
-Angeles, was an arrival on the incoming
, train today. ', " "
'FOR RENT. Three-roomed houBe;
, good location'; $12 per month; apply at
this office. . Sll-tf
V N. W. Chase has returned to his mine
i in Sonora, after spending a few days in
his old home.
- For Sale A two-room furnished
y houee, good lot, centrally located. Rents
' for $15 per month. Only $500. Apply
, at this office. jy27tf
Joseph Moore, the genial night mix
ologist at the Turf saloon, ia spending a
, few days In Tombstone.
Stop, Thief of Time, and have you
watch repaired. Hinkle, the jeweler,
saves you the seconds. Blowets shoo
. store. alO-lm
There is some talk of bringing the
.iPearco baseball team hero in the course
,"bl afevr weeks;- .' ' . -
Do you want your old watch,, good as
new? If bo have it repaired by Hinkle,
the jeweler, in Blewett's shoo, store t
School was .held today In order to
" make up, the full term, there being no
j i'Bchcol held on the, first Monday.
'FOR SALE The property on Main
; Street, knovVir as the Mansion House,
'furniture, etc. Apply on tlie premises.
" , J 27 lmo.
, Mrs. W. II. Broome, who has been
T'l seriously ill in "Los Angeles for tho past
. week ia reported convalescent. . .,
. Charles McUenry left'this morning
? for Tombstone where he will remain
.f . indefinitely.
Qupftj' eooma to have been hovering
around Biabee considerable of late. Two
, more marriages are on the tapis.
) i FOR SALE Large tent, camp Btove
,.andfoldiig chairs. Enquire at Room 8
' l'Quee'nJHotel. s22-2t
v Jeaus Moreno, the San Pedro cattle-
, man is spending a few .days in our city.
Procrastination is the thief of timel
So have Hinkle, the.jeweler, catch the
! thief. Blewett's ehoe store. t
Ben Hancock and family returned'
yesterday from Hooker's hot springs,
where they havo been enjoying an out-
' ', ' ' 5 ing-
". LOST One spotted Shepherd bitch ; a
' liberal reward will be paid for her re-
' turn. Address P. 0. Box 98. e22-3t
, - j -FOR SALE A four room furnished
; t house, Quality Hill: stable and out
,-houses. Apply , at thia offieo. S12-lw
Miss Mollie Goodbody, a sister of Mrs.
-.William Brophjv.waa an arrival in Bis-
? 'bee yeaterdav. and will spend tho win
, ter herewith her siator.
4 Ackkr's Dvsi'ErsiA Taulets akk SOLd
,,i6n a;positivo guarantee. Cures heart
.burn, raising of the "ood, distress after
' eating or nny form of dyspepsia. One
little tablet gives immediate relief. 25
cts. and 50 cts. For salo at Bisboo Drug
.The dance at tho Opera House laBt
, evening, given oy Leslie Uaso, was an
enjoyable affair and was well attended.
' There's always hope while there's One
Minute Cough Cure. ''An attack of
" pneumonia left my lungs in bad shape
and I waa near the first ttaues of con
sumption. One Minute Cough Cure
completely cured mo," writes Helen
.McHunry, Biamarck, N. D. Gives in-
.riBtaut relief . Copper Queen store, i
J. A. Irwin left this morning for Hous
ton, Tex., where lie will mako his future
home. . During his residence in Bisbee,
v ,. Jonnny. maue many menus who are
For wounds, burns, scalds, sores, skin
diseases and' all irritating eruptions.
nothing so reothing and healing as Do
'Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo. Mrs. Emma
". JJollee, 'Matron Englowood Nursery,
; Chicago, says of it: "When all else fails
jin healing oUr babies, it will cure."
'Copper Queen store,
Tho great success of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera, and Diarrluca Romedy
in the treatment of bowel complaints
' has made it standard over the greater
" '"'part of tho civilized world. For salo by
' all Druggists. S
KoJol Dyspepsia Cure ia a scientific
compound having tho enuorsemont of
eminent phyaicianB aud tho medical
press. It ''digests what you cat" and
. positively cures dyspepsia. M. A.
'Ketron, Blootniugton, Tenu., Bays it
.. 'eared him of indigestion of ten years'
,A .'Wading. Copper Queen dtoro. t
A Wv anuria yufi.
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A prominent Vriginia, editor had The Hon. Marcus AureliusSnvth, who
almost given up, butvas brought buck' served tiv? terms in congress as a dele
to perfect health by Chamberlain's, gate from Arizona was in El Paso Tuo.
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy, daj. He had been to Washington, New
Read his editorial. From tho' Times,' K'ork and other points in tluH&aat, on
Uillstille, Va. : I suffered with diarrhoea ! private business, and wfta en route home
lor a long ume ami mougiii i was past
boing cured. I had spent mucli time
and money and suffered bo much misery
thlit I had almost docided to give up all
hopes ol recovery and await the result,
but noticing the advertisement of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and aho some test
imonials stating how some wonderful
cures had been wrought by thia remedy,.
I decided to try it. After taking a few
Ldonea I was entirely well of that trouble,
and I wish to say further to my leaders
and fellow-sufferers that I am a hale
r,n 1 hearty man today and fool as well
aa I ever did in ray life. 0. R. Moonis.
Sold by nil "druggists.
Lottorsiemaining uncalled tor in the
Bisbee postdffieej for the week euding
Bell, W.P. Carrasco, Balleni, 2
Downing, W. W. Feig, Ben, 2
Garcia, Guadalupe, Hacman, Gust. .
Ketchside, Stella, Lewis, W. R.
Ma Coimick,Rafael,Reed, Jos.
A Night Of Terror.
"Awful anxiety was felt for the wid
ow of tho brave General Buruham of
Machiag, Me., when the doctors said
she could not live till morning" writes
Mrs. S. H. Lincoln, who attended her
that fearful nicht. "All thought she
must soon die from Pneumonia, but ahe
begged for Dr. King's New Discovery,
saying it had more than once saved her
life, and had cured her of Consumption
After three small doses ahe slept easily
all night, and,it8 further nsecompletely
cured her." This marvelous medicine
is guaranteed to cure all Throat,. Cheat
and Lung Diseases. Only 50c and $1.00.
Trial bottles free at the Bisbee Drug
Storeand Copper Queen Co.
All members of Court Howell No. 14,
F. of A are requested to attend a spe
cial meeting at the Opera House on
Wednesday, Sept. 27. Busineaa of importance-
A. F. Sowle, C. R.
J. 1'womey, R. S. td
Dull headache, pains in various parts
of the body, sinking at the pit of the
stomach, loss ef appetite, feveribhness,
pimples or sores are all positivo evidenco
of iniDuro blood. No matter how it be
come Bojt must be purified in order to
obtain good health. Acker's Blood
Elexir has never failed to cure Scrol'l
ulous or Syphilitic poisons or any other
blood-diseases. It is certainly a wonder
ful remedy and we sell every bottle on
a positive guarantee. Sold by J. S
Williams & Co.
Joseph Tasker, who in the palmy days
of Tombstone's business life waa a proa
perous merchant in that'eity of dolorous
name, but now known as the "Hermit ol
Soldier Holes," is in Bisbee on business.
Bick Headache absolutely and per
manently cured by using Moki Tea. A
pleasant herb drink. Cures cons tip,
ntibn and indigestion, makes you eat,
sleep, work and happy. Satisfaction
guaranteed or money back. 25 cts.
and 50 eta. For Bale by J. S. Williams
& Co. -
Tom, Kelly, the well known miner,
returned yesterday from San Bernar
dino county, California, where, he hua
been doing development work, on a gold
property which he 1ms there.
Does your watch havo fits or spasms?
Hinkle, the jeweler,, curea-them. At
The Can Can restaurant will be re-
onened again about October 1. Tho
house is to be run on tho short order
plan, under the supervision of Harry
Avoid assessment work and have your
claihis patented before Oct. 1st. Geo.
0. 6iark, E. M Howell avo. S15-2w
Rev. Eastman arrived on tho train
yesterday and will conduct Episcopal
services at Library Hall tomorrow, both
morning and evening, to which all are
Rain, hail or enow, that watch must.
go. Hinkle, tho jeweler, does that, at
Blewett's shoo store. t
Win. Cooper, the Tucson attorney,
waa an incoming passengor today.
If you want u new hat, neatly trimmed
to suit 'your taste, leave your order "at
Mrs. Bewett's. JO-tf
Jas. Williams, tho druggist, returned
today from Los Angeles.
Fly's Photograph Gallery oppoalto
residence of Win. Harris, Brewery
II. A. Packard returned today from
Now York, where ho has been for several
White pique skirts at reduced prices
at Blewett's. all-tf
W. C. Green, Prof. Trerdwoll and
Geo. Mitchell wore incoming passengers
Thomas P. Nichols, brother of 0. F.
Nichols, camo in today from Ft. Worth,
Texas, and will remain, (or somo timo.
''Mruoua s tt-uugrcscinan.
. to Tucson
Sneaking about mattors political, the
astute politician said :
"There has taken place a great reyul
eion of political sentiment in the east,
regarding Bryanism and the Chicago
platform. Why sir, when I waa east
laBt, during the last session of congress,
a person who would say a word in favor
of free silver was actually considered
non compos mentis; yes sir, he as
looked upon as a person who could not
exercice the proper use of his reasoning
uowers. He would be ridiculed and
pointed out aa a crank from the wild
and wooly west.
"But things are different now. I
found people ready aud willing to listen
to the views of western people; and.l
want to say, and I speak ex cathedra,
that overy Btate, with possibly the ex
ception of New Jerfeey, in the east, ia
going to send a delegation instructed for
"The attitude of-the west and the
southern states, God bless them 1 on the
money question has deeply impressed
the masses in the east, aud the wise
politician has begun to trim his sails in
response to the tide of public opinion.
"Even Tammany Hall will go solidly
for him. The reason of this change of
sentiment among the common people ia
plain to overybody back there. They
read jn the gold-bug papers that pros
perity is running rampant in their
midst, but they fail to see it with any
one, except the ultra wealthy aj
represented by large i-.orporationa.
"As, you ride on the elevated roads
in Nuw York and Brooklyn you can
witness the miserable existence that
thousands of people are ekeing out on
the sweat-shop plan in these large cities'.
"Mr. Bryan hae crawled in the very
hearts of the working classes in the east,
since the candid admission of Mr.
Cioker as to tho status of Mr. Bryan as
an able, sincere, tru.hful and marvelous
statesman, the mere name of Bryan
evokes the wildest kind of demonstra
tions whenever mentioned.".
Shows the state of your ieelmgs and
ho etate ol.you'r health as well. Im
pure blood makes itself apparent in a
pale and sallow complexion, Pimples
and Skin Erupions. If you aro feeling
weak and worn out and do not have a
healthy appearance you should try
Acker's Elood Elixir. It cures all
blood diseases where cheap Sarsap'ar
illas and so called puriners fail; know
ing this we sell every bottle on a pos
itive guarantee. For eal8 at Bisbee
If anything is disgusting to the average
newspaper man, who is continually ad
vancing the interests of the community,
building up the business of tie local
merchants, spending nis money in local
channels and in every way possible do
ing his utmost for his town and its peo
ple, it is to see business men who re
fuse to patronize the local paper, give $5
or $10 to some outside advertising
schemer who does not spend a cent in
the town, and pockets all, carrying it
off withim; while the advertising docs
not one cents worth of good. But suck
ers will bite. ,
A Word to Mothers.
Mothers of children affected with
croup or a severe cold need not hesi
tate to administer Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It contains, no opiate nor
narcotic in any form and mav bo given
as confidently to the habeas to an adult.
Tho great success that has attended its
use in the treatment of colds and ctoup
has won for it tho approval and praise
it has received throughout the United
Slates aud in many foreign lauds. Foi
sale by all Druggists. S
Legal clash between water -users and
water carriers is now unavoidable, ao
during the past few days many of theo(d
settlers who do not own water rights
havo been denied water, although, the
money in payment was tendored. Water
onco ufceu on lanua, oeuomes a part
thereoi and the companies are simply
common carriers, ia tno tneorv ot tne
farmers, while the canal men claim
ownership of water and tho right to sell
the privileges of buying tho same. En
Three bars of bullion wore Bhipped J
out by uxprtBd thia morning from tho
San Miguelita mine, in Sonora, tho re
sult of a month's run at the null. The
bars weighed "fl-d lb-, loing nlvor and
gold. The silver being 887 line, and the
gold 233. The bare contained 417 fine
ounces of silver, mid 1 lit lino ounce.s.of
gold, giving u valuation of the shipment
of neaily $4,500.
Moki Tea positively cures sick head
ache, indigestion and constipation. A
delightful herb drink. Uomoves all
orupltoua of tho skin, producing a per
fect complexion, or money refunded. 25
cts. nnd CO cts. For sale at
I J is bee
Prcacott is now without a justice of
the peace. It is said that tho only judi
cial official boioro whom n lawjor ent
now appear in J'reBCottiH the.rgiur.ee in
From Friday's Daily. '
Miss Catherine Veck and W. A. Ham
bridge were married at tho Episcopal
church by Rev. Ferguson last nig.t
(Tuesday). 'The home of tho brido -is
San- Angelo, Texaa,, although she has
rer-entlv been a guest of her uncte, Mr.
Frank Lerch of Los Angeles. Mr. Ham
bridge is an official of the Copper Queen
Company nt Bisbee. The couple are old
acquaintances and met here for the
purpose of being married. The cere
mony was attended by about a dozen
local friends of the couple. G. A.
Thumm acted as best man and Mrs.
Thumni was tho bridesmaid Tucson
The happy couple wore passengers on
the incoming train today and are at
present domiciled at the Bessemer.
Mr. Hum bridge is a salesman in the
dry goods department ol tho Company
store. He has the best wishes of his
many friends and acquaintances in the
journey down tho Btream of married
Miss Nancy Humphrey and Phin
Brawley were married last evening at
the home of Wm. Humphrey, in Tomb
stone cailyon. The wedding waa' a quiet
affair, there being but a few close trienda
inyitud. Tho bride ia the iaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Humphrey and has
been a resident ot Biabee since her
childhood and has made many friends
by her charming ways and maimers.
The groom is a young man well known
here and has a host of friends. The
couple have tho best wishes of all in
their new life.
Miss Lulu Brazee and V. E. Stoddaid
were joined in the holy bonds of matri
mony last evening at. the re.4J.enoe of
the bride's parents in Tombstone can
yon. The baud concert given by tho Copper
Queen band, in front of the office last
evening, was most thoroughly enjoyed
by several hundred of our citizens who
gathered there. The boys are making
most elegant headway in their music,
and their efforts are fully appreciated
by our town people. There was one
incident, however, that occurred for
which the band was in no wise to blame.
This was the boisterous and unruly
conductof a lot of hoodlums who had no
more respect for the baud or the ladies
and gentlemen present, than to engage
in a scuffling and wrestling match, rais
ing a dust and making it disagreeable
for all. We sincerely hope that such a
performance as this will not occur again,
b'ut should it", tho young hoodlums
should be given a few days in Hotel
Griham t6 think the matter over.
A Frightful Blunder
Vill often cause a horrible Burn,
Scald, (Jut or Bruise. Bucklen's Arnica
Sale, the best in the world, will kill
the pain and 'promptly heal it. CureB
Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcere, B01I9,
Felons, Corns, all Skin . EruptionB.
Best Pile cure on earth. Only 25 cts. a
box. Cure guaranteed. Soil by tho
Bsibee Drug Store and Copper Queen
Thomas M. Lynch, tho mining engi
neer from Wickenburg, is in the city.
Mr. Lynch has oMate been interested
in tha Black Rock distriut, fourteen
miles portheabt of Wickenburg. He
saya that in and around that district
there has been more development work
done this summer tnan a.iy previou
year. Mr. Lynch is of the opiuion that
good results wil. bo shown this winter.
Quail, grouse, w.ld duck and snipe are
covered by limited dates, and the open
season ia from Outuberl to April 1. An
amendment a topted by the assembly in
1897 prohibits the killing of quail, for a
period of five years from that date. It
is therefore unlawful to kill quail at any
time during the prescribed period. Deer
is the only game annual which the stat
utes teoic to protect. Tho open season
for dee r is from Decomber 15 to August 1.
tt 1 All,,., t Tnrnmn nnn.o in nn '
vpsronl iv'ri I mill. Although n vorv
modest and rotiring man, therd are few
men. in the. United Statea who handle as
much money as ho does. A snug little
fortuut', amounting to anywhere be
tween $30,000 and $50,000 passes through
Mb hands every day a i financial man
ager for W. A. Clark, beinn the proceeds J
of the United eruo mine. journai
Minor. Major John Reese and T. O. lluckman
have written a letter from ihompson
valley to the board of supervisors advis
ing them tlniv iho A pache-Mohavo In
dians in that secti.ni aro arranging for a
sun dance. In order to propitiate tho
God ol Thunder and secure "lieu, nun"
uext Eetison, u is their avowed intention
to Bucritlee a squaw of their tribe. Jour
From d gentleman who recently ar
rived from llolliti, it ia learned that a
towusito survey is being made of that
place. It was thought there that tho
ore teams from Washington Camp and
llarshaw would make delivoiiua to tho
JSogulea load at iiolin heieatter, thus
cutting off two inile.i of haul to Critten
Experionco is tho beat teacher. Use
Acker's English llemedy in any caeo of
cougliB, colda or croup. Should it fail
to give lmiueuiaio renei money ru
.funded. 23 cts. and 50 cts. Sold by J.
,S. Williams & Co. f
per in a form suitable for framing, by one of the largest art
lithograph houses in America, in the famous French style of
of color plate work. Every American family will want one of
these handsome pictures of Admiral Dewey. It must be
remembered that this picture will be in no sense a cheap chro
mo,but will be an example of the very highest style of illumi
nated printing. It will be an ornament to any drawing room
or library. Our readers can have the Dewey portrait at what
it costs us, namely twenty cents per ;copy, by merely
filling out the coupon below, and sending it to this office
at once. There will be such a demand for the portrait when
it is published that we advise sending orders in advance ; as
many copies as may be 4esired can be had on one coupon,
providing twenty cents is sent for each copy. Write --
name and address plainly ; remit in coin or postage stamps.
To The Daily Orb,
Bisbee, Cdchise Co., Ariz.
For the enclosed remittance cents
senoZme copies of the Admiral Dewey Portrait
in colors, as described in today's paper. x -
C. A. NEWMAN.
Tinner, Plumber and Sheet Metal Worker.
Second Hand Goods Boujjiit dud Sold.
TIM GRIFFITH, Proprietor.
Finest Turnouts In the City,
Horses boarded by the week, day or nionth. Horses
bought and sold. ' Complete hack service. Hacks will
meet all trains. Good service, . . . . '
Upper Main St.
- GEO. DUNN, Proprietor ,
The Home Bakery
Is now open for business in the Duffy building,
Brewery Gulch, and is now ready to furnish patrons
with the best of
esh JLireaQ, Lakes and ries, mJf
At ed-Rock Prices.
He will also continue business for a.
stand, O. K, Stieet, next to the Orb office.
Soft,iwiooyoi' p.ooioo ,
Keeps on hand a large assortment of $A.
PURE DRUGS, HEDICINES AND CKEMICA1.S
Also a full line of the leading Patent Medicines, No- f
tions, Toilet Articles and Perfumes. Physicians Prescrip
tions Carefully and accurately Compounded.
Also n well selected stock of the best
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Gall and bco ub.
T. S W'llUeuaacie & Co,
Man of the Hour.
Portrait of . .
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Size, I4x2i inches.
Will be published by us shortly. It i
now being printed for us on heavy pa
O. K. Street,
J. A. S. MILLER, Fro .'
time at the old.
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