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"ARIZONA DAILY ORB
PUBLISHED Evr.SY EVJtNING
EXCKrT SONDAY. 8Y t
ALVAN W. HOWE,
futared at the post offioe at Bisbee, at 100
ond class matter .May 12. 1897.
,. Advertising; rates will toe made known on
pplloatlon to this office. Leeal publications
in conformity with the Territorial Statutes.
,Readintr Notices 10 cents per lino for oachjlu-
ToAdvxbtisbrs: Cuts Intended for lnsor
,tlon In these columns must be on metal bases
or they will not be accepted.
i Communications relating to news or edi
torial matter should be addressed to Editor
Obb.
v sV"AU Remittances and business letters
kouJd be oddrossed to
ALVAN W. HOWB.
Blsbeo. Arizona.
LP. FISHER, NEWSPAPER ADVERTIS-
Ins; Arent, 21 Merchants' Bxohango, San,
Francisco, Is our authorized ttgont. This
paper is kept on file in his office.
ii POP 01 Hdft GO;
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MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 1899.
'FIGURES THAT TALK.
The Verdict of New'York ia furnishing
the people with eome very interesting
, figures to study. It Bays :
"It took $19,0000,000 to put McKinley
"where he is, and they say, if need
crowds, ho can have forty or eighty
millions, all he will, to Rain a second
term. Their war i-plana are laid and
made. They will waste neither treasure
nor time on. thej.voter. But registra
tion ia to be, bought; for election day,
judges are to be purchased. They will
not phange a Bryan vote. With "regis
tration" high enough, as counts proceed,
t McKinley ballots will be furnished by
;. j thousands to overcreep and top the
' i utmost Bryan expression. That was
;,! 'done in '96. Bryan was elected then.
t V-Jj -Nor, to defeat him, did they count him
h . imt. The black llaunaites won by the
' simpler system of counting McKfnley
.' ys -in. It made less noise; offered a nar
. '.'towei foothold to attack. Out of curi-'-.
'" osity, if not for your instruction, look to
",:.M this: In 1892 Cleveland won; in 1890
k Bryan lost. Yet, bend to these tables,
,' ' and some glint of the frauds which put
,s McKinley
, f; glimpsed.
where ho is may then bo
Here are tables to show in
Vf sundry states the Cleveland vote, which
'succeeded, and the Bryan votes which
found defeat.
1802
Illinois 428,281
'Ohio 401.115
Indiana 262.710
Michigan 202,207
Iowa 196,867
California. 118.298
Kentucky..-. 175 ifit
1800
404,523
477.407
300,206
237,251
223,741
144,760
217,890
139,735
92,927
M'frJiinnesota 100,920
West Virginia 84,467
"Doesn't that speak trumpet-tonguod
of fraud? The same table plot in every
line which bore down Bryan in 189G is
Ho be relied on in 1900. There will be a
shoreless ocean of money to bring .Mc
Kinley through. Why shouldn't the
money go? As a mere investment with
'.out money or conscience, dollars could
'rnot find a fatter, or richer destiny."
NOT A YAQUI WAR.
'News comes from Ortiz, Mexico, whjch I
Is within a hundred miles of the Ynqul
disturbance, to the effect that the people
of Ortiz are not in the least excited over
a Yaqui war. The dispatch quotes a
i gentleman returning from his mino,
' lAnnln4 tKiai.i 1 ah iL . "T 1
iiuvakcu unity uiut'o iruiu me innui
reservation, as saying l.o saw no signs
of Yaqui depredations, and that Yaquis
be met told him it wos not a Yaqui war
but was a gathering of Mexican and
Yaqui outlaws.
A man working for the Pilares Wining
company in Sonora, Mexico, writes to a
friend in this city as follows :
"This Indian war promises to bo of
long duration and bitterly contested."
And a local afternoon paper comment
ing on this, eays: "The writer ia on tho
ground and knows what ho is talkinir
labout." Yes, ho is on tho cround. if tin
is not up in a balloon. But tho ground
where tho Pilares company's mining
property 'is located la just 200 miles
from tho sceno of the Yaqui trouble and
all that the Pilares pconlo know about
the Yaqni war is told them py people
ping there from the United States.
Tho Yaqui war was a local quarrel
lover a ditch and was broughton by a lot
tol bucks who wero drunk when thov
started the trouble El Paso Tunes.
Is iicNicnwL ownership best for tho
sitizen is a question yet to bo answered.
Tho Waco Telephone prints a compan
ion of water rates in a number of tho
Ulna nnit nranr .tmuno nt Tovnn flf
r--"- . ... ft -WH..M w. AW.-..U. l
, ,.theso Dallas, Galveston and Fort Worth
'3$?wn thoir water P,Hnt8! w"co and San
antonio ao not. Tho charges aro, lor
families of five or less: Galveston, $0;
is, 8; Fort Worth 0: Waco, t);
nan Antonio, $9. The Telephone no
Heeled to quote El Paso rates. In this
Jity familfes of five or less do not pay
pore than $1.50 per month for water.
1 Paso has chnapor water than
any
Hher city in tho etate.- Times.
$800 for $500 The Ballengor cottage
tor sale J largo rooms and wardrobe
losut, including basement; 2 rooms 12x
kitchen 12x15; basement floored 15x
water in house; healthy location;
ligh ground, N. E. of water works,
otnbstone canyon. Apply to J. F. Bal
nger, or D A. Markcy, at Chisholm
killdiiu'. al5-tf
Eczema!
The Only Cure.
Eczema is more than n skin disease,
and' no skin remedies can cure it. The
doctors aro unable to effect a cure, and
their mineral mixtures are damaging
to the most powerful constitution, The
whole trouble is in the blood, and
Swift's Specific is the only remedy
which can reach such deep-seated blood
diseases. -
Eoxema broke out onjny. daughter, and con
tinued to spread until
her head was entirely
covered. She was treated
by several good doctors,
but grsw worse, and the
dreadful disease spread
to her face. She was
taken to two celebrated
health springs, but ro-
reived no benefit. Manv JSAi&xsssii?-
patent medicines were taken, but without re
sult, until we decided to try 8. S. S.,andby the
time the first bottle was finished, her head be-
, gnu to heal. A dozen bottles cured her com
pletely ana it-ii uer sum pcneciiy smooin. oiiu
is now sixteen years old, and has a magnificent
Srowth of hair. Not a sign of the dreadful
lseaao has ever returned.
n. T. SHORE.
2701 Lucas Ave., St. Louis, Mo.
Don't expect local applications of
soaps and salves to cure Eczema. They
reach only the surface, while the di
sease comes from within. Swift's
Specific
C C C&r
Bloo
VsfW
The
Is the only cure and will reach the most
obstinate case. It is far ahead of all
.similar 'remedies, because it cures cases
Whicn are uoyona tlieir reach, a. o. a. is
purely vegetable, and is the only blood
remedy guaranteed to contain no pot
ash, mercury or other mineral.
Books mailed freo by Swift Specifio
Company, Atlanta, Georgia.
THE O. K.
Livery, M i Si
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Horses boarded by the
day, week or month, kigs
furnished on shortaotice.
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HORSES TAKEN CARE OP AT RATES TO
SUIT THE TIMES.
Horses Bought and Sold
B.' F. GRAHAM & CO., Prop
V. G. MEDIG0VICH,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer lu
GROCERIES.
Poultry.
-onoti
WEEK
Liquors. Wines Cloors and lotos.
THE UNION MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF' PORTLAND, MxUNE.
(1NCOHPORATBD 1848.)
After 3 years extended insurance se
cured automatically by the operation of
a statute of the State of Maine. The
only company in the world doing busi
ness under such a legal provision.' It
paya more proportionately to living pol
icy holders in settlement of policies
than any other company. It's insu
rance is gilt edge in every way.
G
H, Adams, N. W. Chase,
Manager, Resident Agent,
Phoenix, Bisbee, Arizona.
BISBEE all NACOSARI
Stage Line,
TIM TASFT.lProp.
Leave Bisbeo Tuesday and Fridays.
Arrive in Bisbeo Tuesdays and Saturdays
Off rt At Copper Queen store
WI1IWC Whoro Informntloiicon chad
IiESTAURANT
Fresh Kansas City Heats
Constantly on Hand.
We Cater to all Classes.
Private Parties and Ban
quets a Specialty.
Nothing but white help employed.
Give Us a Call.
Omer Barker; Prop.
E,
Mrs. M. J. Blair, Prop.
A complete line of the lates stylos
of Spring and Summer Goods Just
Arrived.
Pattern Hats of the Latest Desicn.
Hats trimmed to order a specialty. '
Call and Inspect my goods before
purchasing elsewhere.
MILLINERY
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BISBEE
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MRS. M. BLEWETT
PROPRIETRESS
A FULL LINE OP
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boois, snoes d Gem Fymisninos Goods
N. Angius, Prop.
FAMILY GROCERIES, WINES.
Cigai b, and Tobacco. A full assortment
of Candies, Fruits and Nuts.
Cor. O. K. & Railroad Ave.
W. R; TH0M,
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Bisbee, Arizona.
Headstones and Monuments a Specialty
Stone Gutting of nil kinds done
with neatness and dispatch.
Leave orders 01 me Bisbee Drug 'Store.
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M. JOHNSON, & CO.. Props
Second-hand goods of all kinds bought
and sold.
Sewing machines cleaned and repaired.
Matreseess .rer aired.
If You Want to Buy or Sell Any
thing Let Us Know Before Going
Elsewhere.
Place of Business, Brewery Gulch.sec
ond door north of Shattuck s Brewery
Saloon.
the Jersey Dairy,
A. W.' STRUflM, Prop.
Purx Fresh -'Milk Delivered
All Parts of the City Every
Evening,
to
PURE CREAM
IN LARGE OR
SMALL QUANTITY
The Only Dairy in . Bisbeo 'flavin
Blooded Cows.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Leave orders at tho Strumm boarding
house or this office.
T. METZ, Prop'r.
riffir And Work. Tombstone Canyon
ISIUIC Bisbee. Arizonu.
-as.
Soda water,
Sarsaparilla,
Ginger-ale, Etc.
Mi.
Ktc.
Orders from aboad will re
ceive prompt attention.
Orders for the city of Bisbeo will be
delivered freo without Uoluy. Family order
sollolted.
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CAPITAL STOCK - - $5,000,000
I.i 5,090,003 One Dollar Shares.
Full Paid and Non-Assessable and
Carrying no Personal Liability,
OFFICE OF THE COHPANY:
Room 4, Bryson Block,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
PETER JOHNSON,
Fiscal Agent for Arizona
Legal Advertisements.
plfesolutlon ot Copartnership.
Notice Is hereby given that the copartnership
heretofore existing botweon J. H. Jack and
N. W. Chase, under the firm name of J. H.
Jaok Lumber Co., has thlsday been dissolved
by mutual consent, J. H. Jack ossumlnjr full
control of tho bustness. All money due tho
late Ann is payable to him, and all accounts
against said firm will bo paid by him.
N. W. CHASE, '
J.H.JACK.
Dated Blsboc, July 1. 1899.
Summons.
TN THE JUSTICE COURT, NO. 2 PRECINCT
J- County of Cochise. Territory of Arizona.
J. S. WILLIAMS A CO.
Plaintiff.
vs.
JAMES SHIRLEY.
Defendant.
Action brought In tho Justtco Court No.
precinct. In and for the County of Cochise
In tho Territory ot Arizona.
In tho name of the Territory of Arizona
to James Shirley defendant, irreethiR.
You nre hereby summoned and required
to npponr in an action brought against you
by the abovo named pUilutilfs In the Justice
Court of No. 2 Precinct, in and for tho
County of Cochise, in the Territory of Arizo
na, and answer tire complaint tiled in said
Justice Court, at Rlsboe, in said County,
within live days, exclusive of the day of ser
vico, after tho service upon you of this sum
mons, if served within this precinct, but if
sowed without this precinct, but within tho
county,ten days; if served out of thecounty,
fifteen days; In all other cases twenty days.
The said notion Is brought to,olitiiin judg
ment against you to recover the sum of
?1200 due the above-named pluintltl'. to
gether with tho costs of th s uction or judg
ment by dofault Will be taken nguinst you
accord Iny to prayer of said o unplaiiit.
Given iindor my hand at
(Seal.) Hisbee this Ibth day of Juno,
18 9
WILLIAM SCRIMSHER,
Justice of the Pence of said Preciut,2
First publication Juno 15. '99.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
SWEEPSTAKES MINE.
To James A. Nolley, your heirs or assigns;
You are hereby notlfted by the under
signed, your co-owner in the Sweepstakes
mining claim, situate in the Warren Mining
District, in tho County of Cochise, To ritory
of Arizona, .tho location notice of which is
recorded in the office of the County Rccorer
of tho County of Cochise, lu book 0, pugo
GOO, Recoi'd of Mines, that it has expended
the sum of one hundred dollars in each of
the years from and including the year eigh
teen hundred and eighty-seven, to. and in
cluding tho year eighteen hundred and
ninety eight, making a period of twelve
years, in the performance of the annual
work for each of said years, required Ify tho
laws of congress to bo performed upon said
claim to hold tho same.
And you, your heirs and assign , have
failed to contribute your proportion of the
expenditures required by section 2&M of tho
revised statutes of the United States, to be
made upon said claim for tho years from
and including the year eighteen hundred
and eighty seven, to unit luoluuttig the yi
eighteen hundred and ninety eight, mak
year
dug
a poriou ot twelve years.
Tho sum duo from you, your heirs or as
signs to the undersiguod, your co-ownor
in said claim.ns your proportion of the mon
eys expended by it upon said claim as above
set forth, is six hundred d'dlurs, for which
you. ore delinquent at tho dato of this notice.
You, your liolrs and ussigin, are hereby
notltled, that, if you should full or refuse to
coatribut) your proportion of tho ubove
expenditure within ninety days nftar the
publication of this notice once n week for
nitiety days.your interest in theSweepstakes
Mining claim will become forfeited to, and
tho property of. your co-ownor. tho yiider
elaruel, whose reultloiioo uiul phioe of buai
neaa are ut Hisbee, Cochise County, Arizonu.
Copi'kr Qcjeen Consolidated Minino Co.
Dated July 1st, 1899.
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or other ladies who wish to work
Can Earn Lots of
Working for us in spare time at home on
our cloths. We. offer you a pood chance
to make plenty of spending money easi
ly, in leisure hours. Send 12c. for oloth
and full -direction for work, and com
mence atonct$. Cloth sent anywhere.
Address W1N00SKET CO. (300-S) Bos
ton, Mass., Mfg. Dopt.
ana
Cut Roses of'all kinds for sale
at 35 cents per dozen. Special
rates given to festivals '.and
parties. Particular attention
given to shipping orders. Flow
ers carefully packed.
MKS. J. O. DinraATt.
pi',ol Addition
Plinonix, Arizona.
Roses
noses.
tin con.
the Laws of Arizona.
. . THE PORTLAND . .
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INCORPORATED UNDER
Capital Stock $5,000,000
In 5,000,000 Oue Dollar Shares.
Fully paid up and forever non-assessable and carrying no
personal liability to the holder.
HOARD OF DIRECTORS:
C. A. Ovkiilock, C. E. Cummixus, Asa BauxabV,"
E. D. Collins, ' A. II. CAMPUKLt-,
OFFICERS:
C. A. Overlook, President, C. E. Com.mi.ngs, Vice-President and Secretary,
Asa Bajlvady, Treasurer, Edwaud I). Collins, General Manager. '
DEFOSITORVl
Consolidated National Hank, Tucson, Arizona.
HOME OFFICE AT BISBEE, ARIZONA.
A limited number of shares are now being offered or sale at 10 cents. per,
share. Applications may be made at any time to the Secretary, and no applica
tion for leas than 100 shares will be accepted, tho Company reserving the right
at any time to advance the price of stock without notice.
St Louis Beer Ml,
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Agent for Anheuiser Brewing Association,
Wholesale and Retail. -
BREWERY AVENUE, - B1SBFE, ARIZONA.
Experienced Mixolo- &
Kists. g
Welt furnished Club
Itoomp for tlto use
of Patrons.
Fines Wines, Liquors and Cigars;
McKay &. Finlaysou, Props.
HAIN STREET.
WARREN LAUNDRY CO,
PLANT
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Situated in
(ifrV ) Yallace
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FREE COINAGE SALOON
J. E. BROWN, Prop.
, Carries the famous
Sills: ' TTelTret 7vrli.Is32:e37
l FINE WINES, ETC.
International and Sun Spot Cigars
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News Depot.
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Houses looked nftor in llm iibsoncu of tho tenants. Rents
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ini baritainu to offer for cash ; dqn't delay if you want to
buy, or Fontfa one else will not in ahead of you:
A four-room furnished hou.e. cent rally located.
Two two-roomed houses, ridu in town.
(jne two-iootned house in liiowmy jjnlt.li. near old graveyard: furnished
otherwise,
uilding lots, alioady graded, i 5. 00 up, in Brewery xulch.
Ono lot, Chihualma hill, jjnidod and fenced; 37x100 foot $ii0.
One house and lot, llrowory Gulch. Gool location, near wagon road.
A foni-room house, largo yard, chicken and out houses, together with oai
I'Muin nijobe 100. c ,
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L. C. SHATTUCK, Prop.
In New and Elegant Quarters
AT THE OLD STAND.
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