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P. Met tonlsht.
ct Ashlar lodge meofa tonicht.
Hko your. mother, ueodto make
fcVia a Biabce visitor from
A Leap- for Ufa.
? V jFvour picturGs.iramv'ItU. F. (
A . lounsps.arw couclieo, made to crder
, Keller, ort wortn, loine, is rog-
' V at tho Norton House.
, fSAiR Furniture for a three room
t A 'barpain. Apply at tliia
, gcjUle aubscriber, what did you
pii that bill we sent you?
r' i Hoodoo store, has bcon closed and
Jot ngaia.be reopened.
delicious ice cream and cake go to
wrrs, Wallace buildimj. AlO-tf
ge Curry, the jowelor, loft Satur-
ran tee all my suits or pants to fit
sale. Harris, the Tailor. tt
rt orders, at all hours, at tho Can
,Qmer Barker, proprietor.
kinds of upholstoring and repair
one at B. F. Graham's. tv
:hn Twomey and Andy Bisect
rned from n trip to. .the Huachucas.
. you want a new hat, neatly trimmed
' tit your taste, leavo your order at
4 ra. JJay Grant,, recently of Globe,
red in Bisbeo Sunday to join her
" U. at "The Owl" lunch counter, ,in
i ot tho.Turf saloon, sandwltches,
n Reese returned yostciday from a
to Phoenix where he has beeu for
test styles in millinery goods at
u ca trade your, old. lurniture or
tea for now at.B. F. Graham's.
verlock brothers recoived a carload
f cattle tins morning, lor use m
r market hare.
ax. Hughes has resumed his posi-
as fireman on the. A. & S. E, after
lines? of several weoki. caused by
'or Sale Two thousand "shares of
tli Bisbee stock. Apply at this of-
ginpu and board for two single
ijtntlomuu can be had by applying ut
Qrp of lice. Location nood; privato
"VY. yelle, representing the Giesoko
t & Shoe coropanyjof Jefferson City,
asonr, ia a Bisbee visitor, on busi
es for his firm.
Jf you want a cool, refreshing drink,
1) at U ice, cream parlor and not a
ink q .Cjaca Cola. It eases heartuche
d cures tho blues.
Sor bath tubs, Bines and plumbing
5o to Joteph Schwartz. A. 14 tf
For home-made cantinea,, call on
oeeph Schwartz. Patronize homo in-.
' ostry. . A. 14 tf.
. ( , brkjssint; bag has made its appear
' v , mpoin F.uo.e.nix, if it wants some fair
'-' ' nbjccta to work upou,s it should come
.. b Bisbee.
y' , ,j Lost. A pair of spectacles, on Main
,'IlJ,,.. . ..!;.. -!.., Tim 41... lu.. ...ill K,
IVICbf IJU4U llUiOl J.A1V imi 1T&11 uv
uwarded by taking same to liun'a ice
;J Mrs. J. II. Bell will leave in 'a lew
' -'.Hays for her old home in Missouri,
,. where she expects to remain.
J Do Witt's Little Early Risers benefit
,v,'ttMjrraanently. They lend gentle assist-
'i luncn. fji nnlnro. caiiRiriL' no nninn nr
j r.- "ts '- - r -
Weakness, permanently curing constipa-
hiou and liver ailnients. Copper Queen
A bulkhead is being placed, in tho
rear.of the lire houso to turn the water
from striking tho, now warehouse of the
'JfUst recoived, n nlco lino in dinner
pets in decorated china ware, at B. F.
rtiuits cleaned at $2 on short, notice at
Harris the Tailor. tf
ChailOG. Johnston and family arrived
. veatorday from Tombstone and havo
IHXCJ1 up muu luiwumu ut tut? xuiiuui
Jie houso, near tho Bcssomor. Tho
'j.'Bdgewlll practico law in our city.
Fresh Phoenix cream for sale at tiro
Bjirra, Wallace building. A -Otfl
A new line of fancy, French and' do
itio pants patterns at Harris, the
ailor's. - t
Mrj and Mrs. B. Lackamp, Elston,
Mas .writes: "One Minute Couch Cure
$ ia,ved tho life of our littlo 1oy when
2i i fcwly dead wti croup." Copper
i 'Queen Co.
There is some, talk 51- a Chinese
launday being started near the old toll
afopao on tho road to Tombstone. A
WiUoman.ia to come to town anil
gatliur tho clothes. WJiothor tho
'ichtiao will work, remains to bo seen
by tb9 patronagQ given it by our citizens
SBOt of whom.nro known to bo against
II ifKindeed' pretty-linnl' lines when- a
man works hard from day to day,
stiiving to make a living aiul.cayju up
EQinetliiiiK for a ainy day, for tho sup-
'poii of his family, to go homo eomo
night and find the woman ho has trust
ed for yeais in close intimacy with
.onolhor man, in your own home and. in
the presonco of your own children. As
bud as itBeems, vet nuch was tlio condi
tion of affairs that grafted a business
iman of our town on uoing homp Satur
day night last. The husband wont in
tho back door just in timo to 'see the
other. fellow goins: out of the front door,
and i tinning to that door he fired a, shot
from his six-shootor as the ftooinji
itxuro landed the other eido of the
pickot fence. Tho fleeing party then
jumped over a low boaid fence, but
Jailed to look heforo ho jumped and
landed on top of a ladder at tho bottom
of a twenty-six foot ombanKracnt, but
even this failed to stop him, ami when
last seen ho was makinga world's lecord
down one. of our principal thorough
fares. Tho onragod husband, in com
pany with on officer, hunted nt tho bot
tom of tho embankment for signs of
party No. 2, but tho broken laddor was
all that showed the roan had been there.
' Thus onded tho first chapter. Tho
second chapter opens with tho husband
taking his meals down town, and will
undoubtedly end in a divorcosuit at tho
next term of the district cout.
Wanted n Pinu County.
Doputy Sheriff Lewis sometime since
received a telegram from Sheriff Wake
fild, ot Pima county, that he-wanted
ono Antonio Lopez for shooting a man
at Kosomont nnd to arrest him. Day
before ycateiday Lewis found tho man
wanted and placed him in durance vile,
and wired Sheriff Wakefield that ho
had his man. Bast night lkpoz thought
ho would prefer daylight to tho interior
of tho jails at Bisbeo or Tucson and in
some way procured a saw and had near
ly sawed his way to liberty when dis
covered by Officer Lewis. Ho now
wears a pair of shackles and is chained
to a ring in the floor of the jail, where
ho will bo kept until he is taken to
Tucson by tho Pima county sheriff, who
arrived on tho train this afternoop and
"will probably take his man back in the
Another Mexican, named Thomas
Arambolo, wanted in Tucnoii on a, charge
of felony, was alto arrested by Officer
Lewis and confined in the city jail.
Thomas will also be taken back to tho
old pueblo by Sheriff Wakefield. Aram
bola is cluuged with the abduction of a
15-ycar-old girl' from her, mother. A
deputy constable named Pedro Roder-
iquez from Tucson located Arambolo
and his stolen senorita m Upper l)u
bachor canyon an I in company with
Officer Lewis and an Omi reporter
mado tho an est this morning. The
young senorita is glad of tho op
portunity of being leturned to her
mother. Still she did not liko tho idea
of being lockud'in a separate cell from
John Duffoy, the butcher, is at Hook
er's hot Bprings, where ho is undergo
ing treatment for his lheumatice.
Mrs. J. Kenny has taken charge of
tho Central Lodging housosc, in placo
of Mrs. Rice, who will leave in a few
days for a visit to her old homo.
Engine No. 2 of the A. & S. E. has
been taken out of the round houco nnd
will bo put on the road tomorrow. Sho
has boon lepainted and presents, a good
Benjamin Orne, James Shirley, W.
W. Vandcrbilt aud Father QiiBto left
this afternoon on anaxtra for Fraiibank
where they will take the tho Nogales
tiain on I heir way home to Prescoot.
J. C. Callahan, of Moicnci, arrived in
Bisbeo Sunday, and has accepted a po
sition in thoofilco of the Copper Queen
store as ticket clerk, in pi ice of A. It.
McLeod, who has resigned.
Joseph Ilocfler, tho well known Tomb
stone merchant, .left Saturnay for Colo
rado Springs, Colorado, fiom where ho
will go to the old countiy on a thieo
James Kolloy, tho grocery clerk who
left hero recently for San Dieao, was
married in that city a few days since to
ono of the belles of that place, and is at
present enjoying his honeymoon in San
Dyspopsia can bo cured by using
Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets. Ono littlo
Tablet will gsvo immediate relief or
money refunded. Sold in handeomo
tin boxes at 23 cts. Sold by J. S.
Williams & Co.
Tom York, tho well known Huachuca
rancher, camo in this morning fiom
that point. Horcpoitu good tains in
that vicinity and that tho grusu Iiiih
ataited up in excellent shape, aud the
indications nowaio lhat there will be
an abundundanu' of feed for cattle.
' Thomas Rhoads, CenterlleUl, 0.,
,w;rltes: "I suffered from piles poven in
eight years. No remedy u.ivo mo inlioi
until Do Witt's Witch IJnzel Salve, lens
than a box of which permanently mud
mo." Soothing, healing, peifeetly
harmless. Beware of couiiteilimu.'
Copper Queon Mining Co.
For cold) air flues, roof platei and
guttering, call on C. .A. Novanau, mlGtf
For. galvanized iron tanks and cant
naftjtf i li teent, ofall size's t to CAM Nowiuaii,
Dnllt headache, pains in vaiiousp-ir
of the body, sink jng at tho pit of the
stomach, Joi's ef appetite,,. fovoi'iHlmess,
piin pies or foi e i ai e all positive e idenco , uy'iJiovln'
of inumrju blood. No matter how it be- uotico
come so it niiiht ho-puriflcd in order to
obtain good health. Ackei's Blood
Elexir has never failed to. euro Scroti
ulous or Syphilitic poisons oi any other
blood diseases. Itiscortainly a wonder
ful ii'incdy and we sell eveiy bottle on
a positive giiuiantee. Sold by J. S.
WANT COLUMN. 'SILK !
W. II. r.ioome met with a painful
accident last niht which is liable to
lay him up foi some time. Whilo go
ing into tho stable whoro I13 keeps his
team, one of tho hoises became fright-
oucd and planted both of his hind feet
in tho pit of Mr. Brcome,8 stomach,
hulling him with consideiablo force
against tho side of tho birn where ho
was picko 1 up by partiea living in his
house. He was carues to hU bed and
tho doctor summoned., llo ia feeling
some better today but is still in a bad
Notwithstanding the building boom
wJiich has beon in piogross in this city
for many months, the demand for houses
and biibincss looms keeps abreast of tho
supply; and tho indications aro that
when tho next winter'a influx is fully
on tho domaud for houses will greatly
exceed tho supply, and many people de
sirous of wintoiingor locating perma
nently in thecity will boforced to leavo.
Tiuly Bisbeo is glowing at a rapid pace.
Gun-shot wounds and powder-burns,
cuts, bruises, sprains, wounds from
rusty nails, insect stings and ivy poison
ing, quickly healed by De Witt's
Witch Hazel Salve. Positively prevents
blood poisoning. Beware of counter
Acts. "De WittV is srn and sunn.
Copper Qneen Mining Co.
PhineasFiary, a former .resident of
Tombstono, a brother ol Tom Frary a-sjl
Mrs. Ward Priest, died at the Hedges,
near Yuma, on Sunday July 9th. The
deceased has a number of friends in
Bisbee, who aro soiry to hear of his de
mise. A Night Of Terror.
"Awful anxiety was-felt for tho wid
ow of tho brave General Bumham of
Maebia?, Me., when tho doctors said
eIio could not hvo till morning" writes
Mrs. S. H. Lincoln, who attonded her
that fearful night. "All thought eho
must soon dio fiom Pneumonia, but she
begged. for Dr. King's New Discovery,
saying it had more than once saved her
life, and had cured her of Consumption
After threo small doses she slept -easily
all night, and its further use completely
cured her." This marvelous medicine
is guaranteed toe uic all Throat, Chest
aud Lung Diseases. Only 50c and $1.00.
Triul bottles free at tho Uisbeo Drug
Stoie and Copper Queen Co.
If Children were Taught
in school that good health is
impossiblo with bad teeth there would
bo fewer toothaches, fewer sick peoplo
anil fewer large dental bills. K cry
thing has a beginning. You have tho
choico of attending to your teeth when
theio is not much to be done, or you
can put it off until there will havo to bo
a great deal done. It's tho falsest econo
my to procrastinate. Tho picsentis
the time to act.
Dit. W. K. CuAMiircns,
V. G. MEDIGOVICH,
Wholosalo and Retail Deulor In
liniiois. Wines- Cioois ontf Tobaccos.
The Jersey Dairy,
A. W. STRliriiVl, Prop.
PijrCj Fresh Milk Delivered
All Parts of the City Every
l'QUND-A chcclLfor SGI on Tultiro Count j
Ilunlc.U.'iilnio, California, ih nwn In fuor of '
feau MniK'Ueo ut in. u.witir can liao sinui
X iiiuinH'tj anil uaylnc tor tins
WANTUD A .grooil coinor piopcrtj, or
Kronjidf Clatnib. tk-nil full defcuiinllim of
lioiert, location, distance from niilroad,
wnt or, fuel, etc Sari'l Miinplo of iio !i mnil
or onro., uiopald. Addiess, I.OBEKX
IHJJtNHAM 121 Camp St . Providence. II. I;
roUjfetALK Ono medium lieuv set doublo I
liuinCbS couiploto, aUo ono houvj i.ot chain.'
hui noes Iiliout colliiih. llotli sets lmo
In euchlns; nnd In iti t ulu&9 shape. Appb to
tho Old ltollnlilo Ti nnsfi-j . 4"tf
Toil SALE Tho O K Ilmnosi Shop Inml
noss, stoelc anil iKtuio,. Will io:t room for
sumo. Apply to H. V, Gi ahum & Co. J2tf
KCIUND-A luily's bhielc capo with fur
ti iminiu. Or.nei can liavosaino bj calliuc
uttlilhollice and pa ini,' lor thia'uotlLO.
U tlH f (1(1 PI ri T4 1 11 (i i; LI LI in
nyj u a
l-'OU UKNX jl'our furnished rooms b.ith.
room In connection without uxtiu chaise
Apply to S. K. Williams. 3iUt
COPPER IS THE tIEXAL.
Tho Cochise Copper Mining Company,
in f i
This company owns a vers, valuable
croup. oniine3 situated in Wan en
mining district, county of Cochise,
Arizona, lying immediately cast of and
adjoining the town of Bbbee, and ad
joining the property of the Copper
Queen Consolidated Mining company
gn the north. The latter company has
been in operation lor about twenty
years, and employs about 1,500 men
daily in the operation of its mammoth
mine and smelters, and as a result
has- produced coppar to over 34,000,000
pounds during the year 1808, and the
net proicee'ds of such production are
reported to have been over $2,000,000,
and it has been said by experienced
miners who have been under its em
ploy for years, that the Queen mine
now' has sufficient ore in sight to keep
it in constant operation, for the
next twenty years without further de
velopment. Is it not reasonable to believe that
the property of the Cochise company Is
fully as valuable, when it is within
such clodc- pioximity to such a, won
The blasts set off In tho underground
workings' 'of the Queen property can
easily be felt and heard at tho shaft of
our mine, and oftimea the concussion
has attracted marked attention.
The original owners of these valu
able mines are local business men, well
and favorably known in Bisbee and
surrounding vicinity, who are doing
their utmost to make thi3 enterprise a
success in every respect. The board of
directors are original owners, and aic
donating their services to the com
pany until such time as the mine will
pay dividends. They own the con
trolling interest in this property, and
as a protection to stockholder have
placed their entire interest in escrow
for a term of one year.
The stock books of our company aie
now open for subscriptions, and a lim
ited number of shares aie offered at
ten cents per share. No application
for less than 100 shares will be ac
cepted. The coppany reserve the light at
any time 0 advance the price of shares
without further notice, or to-reject any
application for stock at their discre
tion Every cent received from the &ale of
stock will bo expended toward the de
velopment o our property and the
erection of hoisting works, and all
other neoessary improvements, and to
make our enterprise a success in every
We Invite investigators and their
experts or their engineers to closely
scrutinize our property.
Applications for 3hares may be made
to any of the directors of the com
pany, or to any of our legally author
L. C. SHATTUCK, Pras.
J. MUHEIM, Supt. & Trcas.
O. W. HILL, Vice-Prcs.
S. K. WILLIAMS, Sec.
. ,.. Bisbee, Arizona
.J. .J- .J. .j. i,. . u m- 1- -u i.
HOW LAND & CO.
IPHOTOGMPHIC SUPPLIES i
"Wholesale and Itetail.
illS. Main St., Los Aruelrs, Califi
-f. -i. . .j .-:;,,. jp-r- -i r-'-r-"-
THE O. K.
Lintel a is 11
Horses boarded by the
day, week or month. Rigs
furnished on short notice.
HOIWIM TAKO CAJIR Or AT KATKS 10
Horses Bought and Sold
XI. F. GRAHAM & CO., Prop
IN LARGE OR
D.iiiv in Bisbeo
Satisfaction Cs Guaranteed
Leavo ordcrwit the StrHm,ni.boniding '
nouvo or ttita- cyuc
NICHOLS S: FLETCl'fiR,
A representative .estab
lishment catering 'tp a
1 0,000 yards of finest Silk, any
color, 15 yards at 13 i3c per yd.
For 10 Days only, beginning; July
7th. Send early and get the best.
&-. 3"- 'Stes & Co-,
510 18th St Denver, Colo..
F. QRAHAH & CO,
TV PI B f 3?. tf t. R.- STS WJtk S?& SM"
i 111 iiiIli! ua
GE. DUNN, Proprietor
I lie home Bakery
J. A. S. MILLER, Prop;
Is now open for business in the Duffy building,.
Brewery Gulch, and is now ready to furnish patrons
with the best of
Fresh Bread, Cakes
At ed-Rock Prices.
He will also continue business for a time at ihc
stand, O. K, Stieet, next to the Orb office.
SB S 8 1! fft
That all oi the bests people of Bisbee
buy their Meat and Bread of . .
A. Overlook & Bro.,
Keeps on hand a large assortment of
PURE DRUGS, HEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
Also a full line of the leading Patent Medicines,. No
tions, Toilet Articles'' and Perfumes. Physicians Prescrip.
tions Carefully and accurately Compounded.
Alto a well eelected stock of tho beat
WIjNES, IIUeRS ANB CIGARS ;
Call and eco ui.
3". S- "W'ilH&raGLS do Cou
Bisliee & Naco Daily
Leaves Bihboe at U a. in. every day.
Ai uvea .it Nauo At 11 a. m.
Lfaos Naco at !) !. in.
Anios ut Hibeo at 5 p. in,
Ollhio at Hoodoo St.no, Main Strto
j THIRTY-SEVENTH YEAR. ;!
I WORLD-WlDE'CIRCULATIONt ! I'
AA nnr ( inn nrn
Twenty Pages; Weclcly; Illustrated.
Jnoispcnsable to Minino Men.
TSP.2S JtOIiAHS VER YKAR, nSTPAID.
mpvI eoict frti.
imm AND SGIERIiriG PRESS.
, C.0 V rket St., Sam Frmcisco, Cal.
. MRS. H. BLEWETT 'Attention, Smokers!
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