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Subscribe for Tun Omi. t
Red Men meet tonight.
Up to-dato .job printing at Thk Oi:n,
What wo get out of life ia . just about
the size wo put in it.
IledloniiRes and couches made to crdo
At B. F. Graham's. f
-'Anybody can ask questions that no-'body-can
Wood for sale, $7.50 per cora, J.'Car
denas, 0. K. Etreet.
'Library lamps and stand lamps Just
received at B. F. Graham's. t
Short orders, at all hours, at the 'Can
Can, Omor Barker, proprietor.
Maps of Coehiso county for 'sale at
this ollico. 25 cents each. tf
Babies are brought up by tho bottle
and men brought down by the same
FOB. SALE A first class'organ. Ap
ply to Mrs. Wm. Cas. J3l-2w
Getvour p'ictuies-frainedntB. FvGra
It ia no Crouble to show goods, but
it always makes the derk angry if you
Kain, hail or enow, that watch must
go. Jiiuklo, tho jeweler, does that, at
Blew ett'a shoe store. .- t
K ou aio in need of anything in the
job piintingiine give TiikOkh a trial,
wve can please you.
vAll kinds of upholstering and repair
ing done at B. F. Ornhain'B, t
JSomo people seem to think that all a
"newspaper man has to do is to read ex
changes. Procraetination is tho thief of time!
Bo have Ilinklo, tho joweler, catch the
.thief. -Blewett's shoo store. t
(White pique skiits at reduced prices
ytt Blewett's. all-tf
Cal Cain, tho machinist, expects to
leave in a few days for California, where
lie will remain.
A full line of ladies' wool skirts, all
colors, just received at Blewetts. alltf
(Does your watch have fits or Bpasms?
Tlinkle, tho joweler, cures them. At
Bleu ett'a. tjj
Tlie summer girl may have a pood
many engagements, but tho telephone
.girl j.cIh the most rings.
Tf you want a new hat. neatly triimned
to suit your taste, leavo vour order at
JMrp. Be ett'a. JC-tf
All tho littio people do not live in
little towns. Neither do all the bit;
rascals live in the big citiep.
Do you want your old watch good as
new? If so have it ropaiied by Ilinklo,
the jeweler, in Blewetl'a shoe storo i
Mr. Howell and family have moved
linto the Sullivan residence just above
'the soda works.
For Sak Fh st-class Este organ ; $35.
.J. II. Jack Lumber Co. auU-lw,
'One new and '2 second-hand harness.
J. H. Jack Lumber Co. aul4-lw
Clint Moon was an outgoing passen
ger this morning for Los Angeles, on a
'For Bent A house of three rooms!
suitable for batching for three or four;
all furnished complete; terms very rea
sonable. Apply at this office. aul4-lw
llev. Chaeo and family aspect to
'leavu tomorrow for Sonoia, where they
will nuke their future home..
. Latent etyles in millinery goods at
ilrs Blewett's. JO-tf
u "Yoiican trade your old furniture or
Btovealor new at B. F, Graham's.
James Mixwell and wife left yester-
terdny for ltamsoy canyon, wheie they
will remain for a couple of weeks.
For Sale A two-room furnished,
lioute, good lot, centrally located. Rents
for $15 per month. Only $500. Apply
at this'ofliee. j'27tf
James Oalglibh left this morning for.
Santa Monica, whero ho will remain for
a month or six weeks.
FOR SALE A six-rooom furnished
house, with Doth, twogood lots. Apply
at this ollico. nll-lw
James Nichols has about recovered
'from tho effects of his attack of fever,
and will icsumc his duties in the Queen
Mra. Smith, tho fashionable dress
maker, has removed to School House
hill, llret house east of Catholic church,
right hand side of stieet. y all-Ot
Jack Wickstrttm and wife left this
morning for I'carco whero thoy a ill
jnako their future home, Jack haviUL'j
received a position wtin tno common-
wealth company. '
Ackkr's Enumhii ItKMinv Will Stop1
a couh at any time, and will curo tho
worst cold in twelve hours, or money
refunded. o cts. and 50 cts.
Bi8leu l)rti! tore.
Tho Uisbee campers in the HnachucHS
are letuming almost daily, as are also'
those who have been baskinf? in the sea
breezes. The 1st of September will see
mon oj tnem "iiome aiiam."
Irritating Btinj,", bites, scratches
wounds and cuts soothed and healed bv
Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, a sur'o
and Eafo application for tortured flesh.
Beware of counterfeits. Coppor Queen ,
Neat, attractive job priuting bhon art
notice at TiirOu.ii.
Board of Equalisation.'
The teniturioal board of equalization
was ;n session Monday. A visit was
made to tho governor during which he
was lequested to give an opinion regard-'
ingthe assessment of (he Atlantic and
Pacific road whicjij-una, through several
of the northern. counties., Toftxijlie;
aeeessmontrrt&e&f Inroad will!be bile
of'tliO'most'difFcult matters which will
come up before tho board. Urder a do-.
cision of the New Mexican courts; the
load is exempt from taxation. But a
tax was demanded and a compromise
was made with the northern cou ities.
The assessment was fixed at $2,500 per
mue wim proviso mat tno railroad
lands'should not be more than 20 centa
per were. Some of tho noitliern coun
ties desire to repudiate any 'such pro
vision. Attorneys for the railroad and
counties are now in attendance at the
meetings of tho board.'
Dull headache, pains in various parta
of the body, ainking at tho pit of the
stomach, loss ef appetite, feverishness,
pimplea or sores are all positive evidence
of imoure blood. No matter how it be
come so it muat be purified in order to
obtain good health. Ackei's Blood
Elexir has never jailed to 'euro Scrofl
ulous or Syphilitic poisons or any other
blood diseases. It is certainly ft wondei -ful
remedy and wo sell every bottle on;
a positiVo guarantees Sold by J. 8.
"Williabs & Co.
Tno Iron Aco concludes a long article
on copper With these words: "We be
lieve that this review of tho situation
will prove that no very important addi
tions to the copper supply need be
expected during tho current year, al
though there will be eomo expansion,
unless some accident cuts off some large
producer. During the first half of 1900
the preparations for an enlarged' output
will begin to tell heavily, and tiio year
ouput to end with an unprecedented
production of copper. To what extent
in the meantime tho present high
prices of copper will check consumption
it is difficult to gauge. That it is hav
ing that effect is flimly believed by
manv in the trade."
A Frightful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible Burn,
Scald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's Arnica
Sale, tho beat in the world, will 'kill
the pain and piomplly 'heal it. (hues
Old Sores, Fevei Sore", Ulcere, Uoila
FelonK, Coins, all Skin Erupt kins.
Beit Pile cure on e.irth. Only 23 v.tn. a
box. Curo guaranteed. Sold by the
Baibco, Drug Store and Copper Queen
A TJioenix woman' aseuied her lius-
band that she never told him a lie nor
never would. Ilutald her that he did
not do ubt it, bgt he would hereafter cut
a notch in tho piano when he knew she
deceived him, "No vou won't,1' she
Unm nntc-olncr to have mv !
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piano ruined." '
ACKKu'a DVSI'KI blA TAK1.KTS ARi: SOI.il
on a positive gnaiantee. Cures heart
burn, rai8ing of the food," distress after
eating or nnv form of dyspepsia. One
little tablet gives immediate, relief. 23
eta. and 50 cte. For Bate at Bisbee Di ug
We learn that a fellow not' a thousand.;
miles from Bisbee is in (ho habit of
whipping his wife. We also lertrn that
noigubora are laying lor mm with a i,
ban new cowhide. Give it to him,,
boys, if he dares to strike heragaim.
"Our baby was sick for a month with
povere cough and catarrhal fever. Al
though we tried many lemedies she
kept getting worso until wo used One
Minute Cough Cureit releived at once
and curo her in a few days." B. I..
NancePiin. High School, Bluffdale, '
Texas. Copper Queen stoic
. Robert Barr was an outgoing paseei)-
ger this morning, liomewnid bound, on ,
a visit to the old Mumping grounds at,
Midland,. Texas' Bob expects to. be
gone six weeks.
-A black pocket book, contain'!.
ing several dollars in silver, a buneh'of
keys and aomocard-i. A liberal lewaul
will be paid for its return to this olllce.
No questions asked. AlO-tf".
This morniDR'.H.in carried out,uihl
of our citistens who took advnntiiuo of
tho low excursion rates offered by tho (
Southern Paciiic company.
Ston. Thief of Time, and lmvn vnur,
W!lth ret,aireti. Ili.,Ic1. U,n wl.w '
eaves you tho seconds. Ulewete shoa
store. nlU lm,
Ucorge McGiaw left this niorninjr for
San Diego", California, where he Kocson.
a visit to his wife.' He expects to be
gone several weeks. , ,
J. A. Shea will leave for San Miirue-
lito, Sonora, tffuorrow morn in us whoto
he will remain.
lpaac Ives was an outgoing pnRscnuer
on tlie train tins mormun, Ixniml fn
California, where he will remain for a
couple of months. ,
jHl UM.,.W., j,.0 j,u. j ,rim,
t.ts j decorated china wme. at K. v.
RoyAL Worcester Corsets.
nt "THK FA I It."
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Our line of wall paper t
,n,eBt buin desimt of 18US.
A Few Ancients.
The following from the Williams News
aptly Ftiikcs quite a 'few pjtkms hero in
Lishee: - : ' "
'Whenever ybiv hear a la,wyor say
that he doertn'f bleveiiu,. running his
caid in a, panel, put it downThat hS .fs
Ancient. 'If.,y"qu hear a doctor use tho
eaintf (lottriiip'rpnTvitatthe list, for
he's a mediaeval. If it!sn merchant
tli'at toota his l.oin in the same manlier,
labd'him a tossil; if it's any pun in any
kind of business that dou-n't believe in
'advertiaing,.and vou cannot conveit him
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Witn n inoue.nue iukuiiiuiu, leave nun
wititogoqd will andJbt'himalone, for if
lie-, attempts tt "stay "fh" the business
arfiiiaiit,Jfl Qiily a. question of short dura-
trot-, till oIiLFather Time will wiake iiin
dio iht-ideuUj.Qf h rag baby,-Hs it's im
possible for liim to hold ontagainst the
man that advertises."
New Teachers for the University.
There will be qnito a change in the
teachini! 'fM? " conning, year, says
tile Citizen! P'ro'f. J.' II. Hall Will
pursue; studies at the Harvard univer
sity,, after finishing a course at the
Michigan uuiver?j.ty, where is now
PtiuK'Ihgi H is 'place Into been flllod by
the appointment1- of 4i isa Mary, E.
P.inmtcrnUo'wtoik in Englihh htei.uure.
Mica Plimpton is a graduate of tliof
Womaii'jUee of lSiiltiinoro, and has
done a"1nii!efnmouiit'of ost graduate
work. SIik has been a most succesbfn
teacher iorleveral ye.n-s in the univer
sity of Soulhei a California.
4800 for $500 The Ballenger cottage
for sale-'i huge rooms and wardrobe
closet, including b.iBoinent; 2 rooms 12x
12, kitchen 12a'15j basement flooied 15x
7; waior ,iiv house; healthy location;
high gioiuid, N.''K" of water woiks,
Tombstone canyon. Apply to J. F. Bal
linger, $r -D. A. Markejs at Chisholm
buildingV'' " " S-JF3" n!5-tf
FoTjHlyanizedj iron tanks and cant
teens' i&l all aizon go torC. A, Newman.
For cold air flues,. roof plates and
guttering, call onC. A. Newman, mlGtft
If lyo'a find the way
::iW to our dcutul parlora 1 ight
bwv,t tnay bave you a lot of expense
aud pain a yonr from now. Soipe people
ii -. . . .
ftfou't Yeiv much concerned about
tionbles that are a year in the distanoe,
but a year will fv around in a verythort
tf . - r-
ine. Ira neither expensive nor paui
.firf'lo have little cavities m tho teeth
filled, You'll be obliged for tho hint.'
( . Efn. W. K. CiiAMnEits,
Day, Week or Monrh.
IN.BEAU OF MASONIC TEMPLE.
.JIIRS. M. BLEWETT
A FULL LINK OF
Mi snoos ond Gsnrs Furnlsninos Goods
Z 1IH1QH MUTUAL LIFE IUMW COMPANY
Or I'OKTLAND, MAINE. -- !
(ixcoitroitATKD 1848.) 1
After 8 vears extended iiiRni-annn nn.
LA automaticjillv bv Mm n, .';,, n(
a statute of the State of Maine. The j
only company in the world doinir busi-
ness under such a lej;al provision. It'
payn more proportionately to living pol-
icv holdeis in settlement of policies
than any other company. It's insu-
rame isyiltedjro in overv way.
ti 11, AiiaMh, N. W. Champ,
M:uitler, Kesulent Aeiit,
I'hncnix, Bisbee, Arizona.
BISBEE ill NACOSAEI
r.pa' liinboo Tuesday and Fridays.
Anive in Hisbec TueBdays and Saturdays
ftffiCC -V t-'Pfr uecn mora
Al !.H. A W !ii,mim PfAntiiitni '
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FOUND-A check for SOI oihTularo Cotinty
Itniik, Tulare, Cftliforiilp, tlruwn u fUVor of
pVlaiipwoftrin. Ovyiior cun lmo snnio
lunuttvlnff property mid pitying for this
WANTED A jjood copper propoity, or
Syroupof claims. Suml full ilo&erlptlon of
Jqpertj, location, distance, from railroad,
wtter fuel, etp. Send sample of oro by nlull
or oxpross, -prepaid.,,, Address. KOBKRT
BURNHAM.J21 Gauip SQ PtJvldonce. R. I.
FOR SALE One medium houvy set double
hai uos complote, also ono heavy set chain
harness without oollurs,. Hoth sets hao
In eechlugr und In first Iass hhaiie. Apjily to
the Old Rollnblo Trunsfer. J5tf
FOR SALE-The O K Hurness Shop busi
noj,s,htocU und lixturea. Will root room for
bumb. Apply t.6 U. V. Graham & Co. J2tf
FOUND A Judy's bluok ciiJn ultli 'fur
trimmings. Owner cun have same by calliui;
ut'thisoilico und paying for this notice.
FwR UENT-loiir furnUhed looms, buth'
room in couueution without extiu chaise.
Apply to S. lCYVilliams. Ja7-tf
COPPER IS THE METAL.
The Cochise Copper Mining Company,
',, Bisbee, Arizona.
This company owns a very valuable
group of mines situated In Warren
mining district, county of Cochise,
Arizonalying immediately east of and
adjoining the town of Bisbee, and ad
joining the property of. the Copper
Queen Consolidated rMlnliig company
oh the north. The latter company has
bttm in operation icr about tweuty
years, and employs about 1,500 men
dally in the operation of its mammoth
mine and smelters, and as a result
has produced copper to over 34,000,000
pounds during the year 189S, and the
net proceeds 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 furthei de
velopment. Is it not reasonable to believe that
the property of the Cochise company is
fully as valuable, when It is within
such close proximity to such a, won
The blasts set off in the underground
Vorkiugs of the Queen property can
easily be felt and heard at the shaft of
our mine, and oftlmes 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 this entorpiiso a
success in every respect. The board at
directors are original owners, and aio
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 are
now open for subscriptions, 'and a lim
ited number of shares are offered at
ten cepts per share. No application
for less than 100 shares will ' be ac
cepted. The company reserve the right at
any time to advance the price of shaioa
without further notice, or to reject any
application for stock at their discre
tion. Every cent received from the sale of
stock will be expended toward the de
velopment ot our property and the
erection of hoisting works, and all
other necessary Improvements, and to
make our enteipris,e a success In every
We invite investigators and their
experts or their engineers to closely
scrutinize our property.
Applications for shares may be made
to any of the directors of the com
pany, or to any of our legally author
L. C. SHATTUCK, Pres.
J. MUHEIM, Supt. & Treas.
G. W. HILL, Vice-Pres.
S. K. WILLIAMS, Sec,.,
1 X i U .U . il X 1 1. j.
HOWL AND & CO. j
AYIiolesale and Retail.
Main St., Los Anceles, Califi'" i
I- 4- -l-''
NICHOLS & FLETCHER,
R E Proprietors.
A representative estab
lishment catering to a
B representative people.
r Good Fare,
S'l Reasonable Rates,
iG' Correct Service,
n Open Day and SijM!
M. I. rUIIKMAN. WM. C. HAVt'S.
l't u-ldi..it. ico-J'iObiiiutil.
Of Tucson, Arizona.
Capital Paid Up $ 5o,000
Surplus and Profits 10,000
Money tiuu-fors in:iricl T .iff, to)rrnt)!i
nrculilo tu liuints nil oer tlto woiM.
Accoutituuf Jh(1iIiIiiiiI, iliin l corpo
,uti' w Milleltcil.nnilthair Intoicslspiuofull)
liwkoil otter. H. FJTEKNV.
1 0,000 yards of finest Silk, any
color, 15 yards at 53 ik3c per yd.
For 10 Days only, beginnin&JuIy
7th. Send early and get the best.
510 1 8th St( Denver, Colo..
U GEOJ-CfrCfcARK, JS:"'
Assaying at Current.?rices.
Latolnstiuctor in School of Mines, University of Missouri.
B. R GRAHAfl & CO,
I he H
J. A. S. MILLERKProp.
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 and Pies
At edRock Prices.
r ., .-?'
He will also continue business for a time at tlie61d
stand, O. K, Stiect, next to the Orb office. - '"; ;
iwiicwwmn..iMift T 1 Vji
C. A. Overlock & Bro.9
jlsjUIjju JUlX U Ol ui uii Lj
Keeps on hand a large assortment of
PURE DRUGS, HEDICINES AND CHEMICALS
Also a full line cf the lcrding Patent Medicines, No
tions, Toilet Articles and Perfumes. Physicians Trcscrip
lions Carefully and accurately Compounded.
Also a well eolvt fed htwk of tho best
WINES, JLEQUJOaS ,ANB CEGA51S
Call and see us.
7 &- "w"IlllaJrri.s 3s Co.
Digests what you eat.
Itartlflclally digests the food and oide
Nature in strengthening and recon
structing tho exhausted digestive or
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach It In efflcloncy. It In
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea.
all other results of ImporfectdiRestion.
Prepared by E. C DcWltt & Co., Cblcaao.
! FOH SALE 'II e piopeityon Main
Street, known as tho Mansion Ilnu'e,
fui uiture, etc. Apply on the piemUeo.
J 27 lmu. ,
ft a 8 hftjs
1 "u n M
GEO. DUNN, Proprietor
ome mKery . . ..
w.w 1 nimftwm
flf the best people oc' JJi.sbeeA
Meat and Bread of . !
Y" .j" A f T"n j 'jijfc in j,
U V W.Bj
-- world-wide: cincut.ATiori.
Twenty Pagfes; Weekly; Illuslralsv'.
'ND'SPENSACLF. TO MlNlNC MEM.
-nrSSE JlOLIARS l'ER TEAR, 1 13 ir AID.
, H1KIRG AHD SGIXRIIFIG rR33,
,f0 Marxev St., San Frwoisco, Cf:.
When j on want a Runuino
lUcxicai Ci.'ra r
mid a ernod ino!;c,rall for the
cIas 2os Nacioncs,"
M.idoin I.oulcb. ror.salolcveryw m
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